D-Link DIR-806IN AC750 Dual-Brand Wireless Router (3 Antenna)
|Antenna||The fixed 3x5dBi dual band antenna|
|Button||1 WPS Button 1 RESET Button|
|Frequency||2.4G: 2.412GHz - 2.484GHz, 5G: 5.170GHz - 5.875GHz|
|Interface||1 10/100Mbps WAN RJ45 Ports,
4 10/100Mbps LAN RJ45 Ports,
IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac wireless lan
|Network Standard||IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac, IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u|
|Encryption||64/128bits WEP; WPA/WPA2 encryption, WPS (Wi-Fi protected setup)|
|Others||Wireless : Yes|
|Operating System Support||Windows 8/7/Vista/XP SP3, or Mac OS X 10.4 or higher, Internet Explorer 7, Firefox 12.0, Chrome 20.0, Safari 4.0 or other Java-enabled browser, Ethernet interface or Wi-Fi, Cable or DSL Modem, Subscription with an Internet Service Provider|
|Power Mode||Input AC 100 -240V, 50/60hz, Output DC 12V/1A|
D-Link DIR-806IN AC750 Dual-Brand Wireless Router
The D-Link DIR-806IN AC750 Dual-Brand Wireless Router (3 Antenna) can function as a dual-band wireless router for multiple wireless devices. It offers a fast wireless speed of up to 750 Mbps and three times better wireless range than the DIR-805. It supports the 802.11n standard, which provides up to 300Mbps. In addition, it supports the 802.11a standard, which provides up to 160Mbps. For more information visit https://www.dlink.com.
D-Link DIR-806IN Feature
- All-in-one wireless router with USB 3.0
- Suitable for 4K Ultra HD streaming
- 2 x external antenna
- Frequency Automatic selection
- Frequency Band- 2.4GHz/5GHz
- Frequency Range -2.402-2.483GHz/2.472-2.492GHz
- Operation Distance- 100m
- Operation Distance -300m
A wireless router is a device that connects to your internet service provider (ISP) and then allows multiple devices to connect to the internet wirelessly. A wireless router typically includes a built-in modem, which connects to the internet via a wired connection, and a wireless access point (AP), which allows devices to connect to the network wirelessly.
- Wireless standards: Many wireless routers support multiple wireless standards, such as 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequency bands, and the 802.11n and 802.11ac Wi-Fi standards.
- Speed: Wireless routers typically offer varying levels of speed and bandwidth, depending on the model and its specifications.
- Ethernet ports: Most wireless routers have several Ethernet ports, which allow you to connect wired devices, such as computers, gaming consoles, and smart TVs, to the network.
- Quality of Service (QoS) Prioritization: Many wireless routers allow you to prioritize certain types of traffic, such as streaming video or online gaming, to ensure that they receive the bandwidth they need for optimal performance.
- Advanced security features: Many wireless routers include advanced security features such as WPA3 and WPA2 encryption, firewall, and guest network access to help keep your network secure.
- Parental controls: Some wireless routers include parental controls that allow you to restrict access to certain websites or block specific devices from connecting to the network.
- Remote management: Some wireless routers include a web-based interface or mobile app that allows you to manage and configure the router from anywhere.
- USB port: Some wireless routers include a USB port, which allows you to share a printer or external storage device over the network.
- Beamforming technology which increases the strength of the wireless signal directed to your devices.