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D-Link DAP-1350 Wireless-N Pocket Router

by D-Link
71 customer reviews
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  • Router, Access Point, and Client Modes
  • SharePort Technology to Share a USB Printer or Storage Over Your Network - Router Mode Only
  • Supports Secure Wireless Encryption Using WPA or WPA2
  • Dual Active Firewalls - SPI and NAT - Router Mode Only
  • 24/7 Basic installation support
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: D-Link
  • Model Number: DAP-1350
  • Connectivity Technology: wireless
  • Network Data Transfer Rate: 300
  • Item Display Weight: 1.20 pounds

Product Description

Product Description

DLink Wireless N Pocket RouterWireless N Pocket Router & Access Point, Router/AP/Wireless Client Modes,802.11n, 300Mbps


One Device, Three Wireless Functions

The D-Link Wireless-N Pocket Router/Access Point (DAP-1350) features multi-mode functionality you can utilize as a wireless router to create a Wireless-N Wi-Fi network (802.11n), or easily use as an access point to add Wi-Fi to an existing wired network to provide a wireless connection anywhere desired. The DAP-1350 also functions as a wireless client to easily connect an Ethernet-ready device (such as a desktop PC or Xbox 360) to a Wi-Fi network for increased flexibility and added convenience for your Wireless-Networking needs (see examples of the DAP-1350's three functions).

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Key Features

  • Create a powerful Wi-Fi network with Wireless-N technology

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  • Intelligent QoS technology prioritizes both wired and wireless Internet traffic to enable enhanced gaming and phone calling (VoIP) experience

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  • Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) for secure, simple 1-button setup

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  • Single-band Wireless N connectivity

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  • 1 High Speed Ethernet port for fast wired connectivity

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    The slim, lightweight D-Link Wireless-N Pocket Router is the perfect Wi-Fi travel companion.


  • Perfect Wi-Fi travel companion for business or personal use
  • Multi-mode functionality with wireless router, access point, or wireless client mode
  • Backward compatible with Wireless-G devices
  • SharePort Technology for sharing a USB printer or storage over your network (available in router mode only)
  • Supports Power over USB allowing a PC to power the DAP-1350 if AC power is not accessible (requires direct connection to a PC's USB port with a minimum output of 500mA)
  • Secure your Wireless-Network using advanced WPA or WPA2 encryption

The Wireless Router That Travels

Compact and lightweight, the DAP-1350 is small enough to carry with you while traveling and sets up easily. Use the DAP-1350 to easily share an Internet connection or connect to an existing wired network in conference rooms, hotel rooms, or anywhere a Wi-Fi network is needed. Equipped with a travel case, the compact and lightweight DAP-1350 is the perfect companion for all your business and personal travels.

Advanced Wireless Security

The DAP-1350 supports the latest wireless security features to help prevent unauthorized access, be it from over a Wireless-Network or the Internet. Support for WPA and WPA2 ensure that you will be able to use the best possible encryption regardless of your client devices.

Delivering powerful 11n performance with multi-mode functionality and increased mobility, the DAP-1350 is an ideal solution for providing convenient wireless connectivity anywhere Wi-Fi access is needed.

Why Wireless-N Is Better

This Wireless-N Pocket Router/Access Point uses Wireless-N technology with multiple intelligent antennas to maximize the speed and range of your wireless signal to significantly outperform previous-generation Wireless G devices. The internal antennas bounce multiple wireless signals off walls and ceilings to work around obstructions and help eliminate dead spots.

Key Specifications

  • Wi-Fi standards: IEEE 802.11n 2.4GHz; IEEE 802.11g; IEEE 802.3u
  • Security: Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA, WPA2); Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS)
  • Connectivity: 1 Fast Ethernet port (10/100); 1 USB port for SharePort
  • Device management: Internet Explorer v7 or later; Mozilla Firefox v3.0 or later; or other Java-enabled browsers
  • Dimensions: 3.6 x 0.8 x 2.6 inches (WxDxH)
  • Weight: 8 ounces
  • Warranty: 1 year

What's in the Box

Wireless-N Pocket Router, CAT5 Ethernet cable, USB power cable, power adapter, travel case, CD-ROM with quick start guide and product documentation

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 0.8 x 3.6 x 2.6 inches ; 2.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B003Q9AZHU
  • Item model number: DAP-1350
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (71 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 7, 2010

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

93 of 95 people found the following review helpful By R. Tammany on September 19, 2010
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I've been looking for something like this for a long time, something to carry in my laptop bag when I travel and something to carry in my IT toolkit.

This device has 3 operational modes with different uses. I wouldn't recommend this device unless you need to switch between these modes with the same device, but that feature has good uses.

There is a Client mode. This will allow you to join the device to a wireless network, and bridge it to the ethernet port. This means you can connect a wired device to a wireless network. The downside to this mode is that one must first manually configure an IP address in the subnet of the Dlink default IP ( so one can get to the configuration, then reset their IP back to dynamic or an IP in the wireless network you're connecting to.

This is useful for when someone moves a wired only computer or printer where there isn't a wire yet, and you need to just get it working for a while until the cabling happens or a more permanant device is ordered. You can also use it to connect your Xbox over at a friend's house. They may have wireless, you may have wired like in my case. Just configure it for their network and plug it into your xbox and bring it over. There's other potential uses for this mode too.

There is a Router mode. This will let you share an internet connection on the wired port with wireless devices. This puts them behind a NAT router as well, with all the usual settings. This is the easiest to setup and understand, just like your typical router but missing wired ports. You can get in on the default dlink wireless network, go to the default IP ( and then change any settings, setup security, setup a static WAN address etc.
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27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By joperjorge1 on April 26, 2011
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I used this Link when I travel to be able to connect my Ipad in hotels without WiFi. The setup was easy, I just plugged it in. Tried it in several hotels around China, it worked EVERYTIME!
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By J. Lark on March 10, 2011
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Bought a couple of these a few months ago for use on work computers that were Ethernet capable only...problem is that most hotels are wireless only. In bridge/adapter mode, these convert the wireless signal to Ethernet and problem was solved. Also use it to connect my satellite TV receiver to my wireless network for ordering movies vice running cables across the room...3 position switch makes it easy to switch modes and share an internet connection with others.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Amazonian Consumer TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 17, 2011
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In this day and age, most hotels and motels offer free Wi-Fi in the room and in the lobby. But there are still some that just have an Ethernet cable sticking out of the wall and do not have Wi-Fi signal in the guest rooms.

This pocket router can convert a wired connection to wireless (This adding Wi-Fi/wireless to an existing wired network is called the Access Point Mode), so that I can use all my wireless gadgets in my room. I can add encryption (use WPA or WPA2 for better security) to the Wi-Fi signal, so it is actually better than the open Wi-Fi signal offered by hotels. The Access Point Mode is the configuration in which most people will use.

The Wireless Client Mode does the reverse. It converts a wireless signal to a wired connection. Older computers and many game consoles do not have wireless capability. In an area where you only have wireless signal but no Ethernet (wired) network, you can use this pocket router to grab the wireless signal, convert it, then send it through the router's Ethernet port to your device. An example would be using an old Sony PS3 to play online games in a hotel room that has only Wi-Fi but no Ethernet cable.

The Router Mode is less useful for an end user, because in most situations, there is already a router in an existing network, and therefore there is no need to add another one.

I have only used this DLink in the Access Point Mode and it is fast and safe.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mainiac on March 15, 2012
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I am using the DAP1350 with a MacBook Air, so I don't even have a disk drive, but the included software is for Windows anyway. No problems there; I didn't need it. So this unit is fine to use with a Mac.

I did do something wrong the first time I tried to setup the router... all was fine -- the wireless was working! -- until I went to add a password for accessing the network, and then, once the password was set, I could not login to the network myself. And I couldn't figure out how to reset the router. There is 24/7 tech support, but I decided to try the website first.

1. The reset button -- to restore factory settings, is on the bottom. The base rotates 90 degrees to act as a stand, and you need a paperclip-type object to poke into the little hole and hold for 10 seconds to reset.
2. I grabbed a copy of the DAP-1350 user's manual, which it turns out I prefer to the quickstart page that comes in the box. Among other things, I was having a hard time reading some of the printed quickstart page.

In my second attempt (after the restore), I went to the router mode setup section, and used the setup wizard, as I had before. Again, getting the wireless to work was straightforward.

To set the password for accessing the network (note that this is different from the password to administer the router, though of course you could use the same password if you really wanted to), I went to WIRELESS SETTINGS on the left sidebar and used the wireless network setup wizard. I manually assigned a network key, so that I could specify my own password (easier to remember), and checked the box for WPA encryption. Anyway, with those choices, the setup worked fine.
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