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This item: D-Link DHP-1320 Wireless-N PowerLine Router
D-Link DIR-601 Wireless-N 150 Home Router B002VJL0OS
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|Data Transfer Rate||200||300 Megabits Per Second||300 Megabits Per Second||150|
|Total Lan Ports||13||4||4||5|
|Wireless Comm Standard||802 11 B||802 11 BGN||802 11 ABGN||802 11 BGN|
The D-Link Wireless N PowerLine Router (DHP-1320) works seamlessly with D-Link's PowerLine AV adapters
The D-Link Wireless N PowerLine Router (DHP-1320) provides network connections to anywhere in your house using the electrical wiring already installed. Simply connect your router and plug it into a power outlet to turn every other power outlet2 in your home into a network connection. The powerline feature provides up to 200 Mbps3 over your electrical wiring, and you can also use the Wireless N connectivity up to 300 Mbps1--fast enough to stream HD video, support enhanced gaming and share large files across your home.
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D-Link understands that people like options. With a DHP-1320 PowerLine router in your home or small office, you get exactly that. Not only will you get the wireless freedom to stream HD video like Netflix, but you can also transfer files, play games, or use VOIP applications from anywhere in your house. If you prefer to have a wired solution, this is where the Powerline comes into play by producing the blazing fast connectivity, reliability and security you've come to expect from a conventional wired network.
PowerLine technology uses the existing wiring of a building's electrical system to transmit data between connected devices, and transforms any conventional power outlet into a fully-functioning Ethernet port. With PowerLine, your entire home or office is transformed into a high-speed network, delivering Internet connectivity, exactly where you need it. No messy wiring, tools, or assembly required. So, no matter where you live, you have amazing options that will ensure your network is running at its best in every corner of your home!
When We Say Blazing Fast, We Mean It.
Boasting transfer rates up to 200Mbps and D-Link's patented Traffic Optimization Technology to prioritize high bandwidth traffic like 1080p HD video, PowerLine lets multiple users browse, download, or use VOIP applications like Skype and simultaneously deliver high quality digital entertainment anywhere in the network, without annoying skips or lags.
Wireless Freedom. Wired Reliability.
PowerLine transmits data along the wiring of a building's existing electrical system, providing a secure network connection to places impossible to reach with a wireless signal. Data and electricity transmit at very different frequencies, so there's never a problem of electrical interference or shorting in a PowerLine Network. Connect your Blu-Ray player, HDTV, gaming console, PC, media-players, security cameras, network storage drives and even your existing wireless network, all at once--PowerLine gets the most out of your broadband connection.
Plug and Play... and stream, Download, or Skype. Instantly.
PowerLine Networks work with any wired or wireless device. All you need is an Internet connection, and you're ready to go. Connect the first PowerLine AV device to a router (or modem, if you're using a PowerLine router) and an outlet, then plug each additional AV device anywhere you require internet connectivity. D-Link's 'Simple Connect' button will establish a security encrypted connection and that's it--your home or office is a high performance network, instantly.
PowerLine protects your network with 128-bit security encryption--the same technology used in ecommerce or online banking. Create your own network name and password or put it at the tip of your fingers with 'Push Button Security' standard on every PowerLine device.
With the growing number of Internet-enabled applications requiring IP addresses, the supply of IP addresses under the current Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) system has already been exhausted. The IPv6 protocol solves this network addressing exhaustion by creating more IP addresses, but migration from IPv4 to IPv6 is not necessarily automatic.
But, you don't need to worry about service interruption if you go with D-Link products that are IPv6 Certified. Your network will be automatically IPv4 and IPv6 ready when you use an IPv6-certified D-Link product like his one. With D-Link products, you can rest assured that you'll be covered for the current and the new standards without any hassle to you.
With D-Link PowerLine combination routers, adapters, switches and extenders, you can build bandwidth solutions to fit your needs.
PowerLine Network devices automatically power down when not in use or connected, and the LEDs have a manual 'disable' switch to conserve energy. D-Link Green devices provides alternative without compromising performance. They are designed to help conserve energy, protect our environment from harmful substances and reduce waste by using recyclable packaging.
D-Link DHP-1320 PowerLine Wireless N router, power adapter, two detachable antennas, Ethernet cable, CD-ROM with setup wizard
1 Maximum wireless signal rate derived from IEEE Standard 802.11 specifications. Actual data throughput will vary. Network conditions and environmental factors, including volume of network traffic, building materials and construction, and network overhead, lower actual data throughput rate. Environmental factors will adversely affect wireless signal range. Wireless range and speed rates are D-Link RELATIVE performance measurements based on the wireless range and speed rates of a standard Wireless G product from D-Link. Maximum throughput based on D-Link's 802.11n devices.
2 Power outlets and electrical wiring must all be part of the same electrical system. Certain electrical conditions in your home, such as wiring conditions and configuration may effect the performance of this product. A minimum of two D-Link PowerLine AV Network Adapters are required to create a network. Connecting this product to a power strip with a surge protector may adversely affect the performance of this product. For best results, plug adapter directly into a power outlet.
3 Maximum throughput based on theoretical transmission PHY rate. Actual data throughput will vary. Network conditions and environmental factors, including volume of traffic and network overhead, may lower actual data throughput rate. Interference from devices that emit electrical noise, such as vacuum cleaners and hair dryers, may adversely affect the performance of this product. This product may interfere with devices such as lighting systems that have a dimmer switch, short wave radios, or other powerline devices that do not follow the HomePlug PowerLine Alliance standard.
I had the opportunity to get one of these for a song, so I did.
I use it to improve my guest network WiFi outside the house, and I works quite well. Read more
I couldn't make it work with other Powerline extensions also from D-Link, probably because those have a newer technology than the router. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Adrian Rivera
Bought to extend wireless to a far bedroom of our apartment via the power line adapter. The wireless on this works better than my pricey NETGEAR WNDR3800 - better range and power. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Aleksandr Krymskiy
Horrible UI quality. Changing certain options (such as static IPs) does not always go through and sometimes have to re-enter the same info 2-3 times and re-try until it finally... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Dmitriy Myedvyedyev
I have fiber to the home 30down 3up, with just this and one computer this thing barely pulls 20 down and 1up, It's pathetic. Read morePublished 19 months ago by chad
I didn't give it 5 stars because the instructions were not very clear, and it took about 1/2 hour of trial and error to setup a secure powerline network. Read morePublished on March 10, 2013 by J
It sounds sci-fi, but this router can't set time to 2013. It doesn't even work in the simulator on DLink's website. Read morePublished on February 8, 2013 by Boris Ioffe