ADSL Router with built-in modem and 4-port switch
D-Link ADSL Router with 4 Built-in Switched Ports wired router
With the DSL-504 ADSL remote router, speeding up for your network has never been easier or more cost-effective. Offering multi-user connectivity many times faster than traditional modems plus incredible traffic management and security features that allow you to take control of your network, this router is designed to power the WAN link for your entire office.
Up to 8Mbps Speed
At up to 8Mbps downstream and 640Kbps upstream for full-rate G.dmt, and up to 1.5Mbps downstream and 512Kbps upstream for G.Lite, you'll see a startling and immediate increase in performance.
Uses Existing Telephone Line
The DSL-504 ADSL router operates on the existing telephone line and does not require any new cabling. ADSL simply makes better use of the existing wire by partitioning it into different channels or frequencies in order to get more data on the line. The frequency range used by traditional telephones remains untouched, with data traveling at other frequencies. This allows traditional phones and faxes to operate exactly as before without being affected by the high-speed ADSL data transfers which take place at the same time.
No More Busy Signals
ADSL is always on once it is installed, not a problem since ADSL providers don't charge per minute. It simply eliminates the need to dial up to establish a connection to an ISP or a corporate network and makes your online experience that much faster, reliable and convenient.
4 Built-in Switch Ports
The ADSL router comes with 4 built-in 10/100Mbps switched ports, each providing dedicated bandwidth for connected devices/computers. Since devices connected directly to a switch don't compete for local bandwidth, the DSL-504 can help speed up your LAN as well.
The DSL-504 has an integrated routing engine that gives you power and control over your network.
The router will save you both time and money. DHCP automatically configures computers for networking each time one is turned on. NAT allows multiple LAN users to share a single ISP account over the ADSL line, removing the need to get an account for each person wishing to go online.
The router provides many security features found in firewalls such as IP filtering, socket filtering, NAT which makes your internal network invisible to the outside, and Virtual Private Networking (VPN*).
The router allows you to maximize the use of your ADSL bandwidth through its innate ability to keep broadcast packets off the WAN, IP filtering which can keep certain computers off the WAN, socket filtering which can prevent specific application from using the WAN, and ATM traffic shaping which allows you to prioritize your traffic through service agreements with your ISP.
ADSL port, 4 10/100Mbps Fast Ethernet switched ports
Supports both 8Mbps G.dmt and 1.5Mbps G.lite flavors of ADSL
Automatic sensing and configuring for the above two ADSL flavors
Bridged Ethernet over ATM, IP over ATM, PPP over ATM
Embedded PPP over Ethernet
Precise ATM traffic shaping
VPN for data protection over Internet*
IP packet routing/filtering
Routing protocol supports RIP-1, RIP-2, Static Routing
NAT, DHCP client/server support
PAP/CHAP authentication, administrative passwords through Telnet
Built-in MIBs for SNMP management
Upgradable flash EPROM firmware
Web-based GUI for easy installation and setup
D-Link ADSL Router with 4 Built-in Switched Ports. Routing protocols: RIP-1,RIP-2. LED indicators: Power. Flash memory: 2 MB. Weight: 16 oz (455 g). Maximum data transfer rate: 0.1 Gbit/s, Dimensions (WxDxH): 8.46 x 6.42 x 1.77" (215 x 163 x 45 mm), Data transfer rate: 100 Mbit/s