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Issue 5
Live the wireless life
Cordless 2-in-1
Internet phone
Your 3G/Internet
virtual eye
Handy jargon
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Issue 5
Published by
Cogent Insights Pty Ltd
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Custom Publishing Division
for D-Link Australia Pty Ltd
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Publisher: John Pospisil
CONTENTS
Features
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Digital lifestyle technologies - Essential tech for the
wireless era.
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Speed up your wireless life – A new wireless router can
do so much more than just faster wireless speeds.
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2-in-1 cordless VoIP phone – It’s a cordless phone that
can also make Internet phone calls - without a PC!
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Your virtual 3G/Internet eye – View your Internet
security camera through the Internet or your 3G phone.
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Jargon buster – All those networking buzz
words and tech terms explained!
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D-Link technology huide - Your guide to a world of
wireless solutions from D-Link including Wi-Fi cards,
ADSL filters, modems and routers, print servers, security
cameras, home network storage and much more.
[email protected]
Editor: Alex Zaharov-Reutt
[email protected]
Proofreader: Janine Toms
Designer: Ian Tjhan, Felice Joi
[email protected]
Page 7 model: Georgia Verschuer
Page 7 venue: Misto Restaurant Café
D-Link is a worldwide leader and award-winning
designer, developer and manufacturer of networking, broadband, Wireless, digital electronics, and
voice and data communications solutions for the
digital home, Small Office/Home Office (SOHO),
Small to Medium Business (SMB), and Workgroup
to Enterprise environments.
With global manufacturing International Standards
Organization ISO 9001, 9002, ISO 14001
Certifications and numerous National Technical
Excellence awards earned for R&D and manufacturing, D-Link delivers product excellence, quality,
reliability, compatibility, high-performance within
standards, and easy installation software, educational materials, and manuals.
D-Link is a dominant market participant and price/
performance leader in the network and communications market. D-Link has been profitable every
year since its inception in 1986, and continues
to grow at a rate that will allow the Company to
experience continued prosperity. D-Link sets the
standards for market affordability, while focusing
on Building Networks for People.
FROM THE EDITOR
Live the wireless lifestyle
Your wireless network can do much more than just give you access
to the Internet. It’s the invisible infrastructure that connects all of
today’s digital devices together.
Wireless technology is now built in to many devices, with
upgrade potential for older ones. Games consoles can be wirelessly connected to the Internet, while the latest portable consoles
have built-in connectivity. Most PDAs and handheld computer
smartphones are now Wi-Fi enabled, or can be easily retrofitted
with a Wi-Fi SD expansion card.
New Wi-Fi mobile phones let you make PC-free Internet phone
calls from anywhere you can connect to a wireless network, and
even the latest smartphones from Nokia, Sony Ericsson and others
are arriving with Wi-Fi compatibility as standard.
Wireless cameras from Kodak, Canon, Nikon and others transfer
and store photos through wireless networks in the home, office and
at hotspots, while wireless Internet security cameras let us keep
an eye on things from virtually any location. And sharing your printer or extra storage directly from your network is rapidly becoming
a better and simpler way to pool resources.
There’s so much that wireless technology can do for you – are
you taking advantage of it? Go wireless and digitally upgrade your
life today.
Alex Zaharov-Reutt
Digital lifestyle
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Digital lifestyle technologies
DWA-645
DWA - 5 4 7
DIR-635
1. Superfast wireless
RangeBooster N Wireless Router
RangeBooster N Notebook Adapter
RangeBooster N Desktop Adapter
The new DIR-635 RangeBooster N 650
Router is up to 650% faster than standard
802.11g devices and lets you create wireless networks with speeds even greater
than 100Mbps wired Ethernet networks. It
provides extended wireless range for whole
home coverage and fewer dead spots than
ever before.
Upgrade your notebook’s wireless connection to superfast speeds and extended range
with the DWA-645 RangeBooster N 650
Notebook Adapter when used with the DIR635 router. For the fastest wireless speeds
possible, put the latest RangeBooster
N technology to work for you! Works in
Wndows notebooks with a PC Card socket.
Your desktop computer can join in the
high-speed wireless fun with the DWA-547
RangeBooster N 650 Desktop Adapter.
Perfect for large homes and offices where
fast wireless access is required over longer
distances to Windows desktop computers.
The triple antenna system ensures you get
coverage where you need it.
2. The Wi-Fi phone
Wi-Fi mobile phones have
arrived, giving you access to
inexpensive VoIP Internet phone
calls – without a PC – wherever you can access a wireless
network in the home, office
and beyond. It’s the DPH-540
Wireless G Flip-Style Wi-Fi
Mobile Phone, and it’s coming
soon.
3. Internet/3G security
camera
While Internet cameras for
surveillance and security have
been wireless for some time,
the D-Link Securicam DCS-2120
Wireless 3G Internet Camera
can now also be viewed by 3Gequipped phones and PDAs,
letting you keep an eye on the
situation from anywhere
you’re in 3G coverage. See
page 9 for more details.
4. Skype phone adapter
5. VoIP Cordless Phone
Love using Skype but hate being
stuck in front of the computer
with a fiddly microphone
headset? With the D-Link DPH50U USB Skype Adapter, you
can use your existing corded
or cordless phone to make and
receive Skype calls and regular
telephone calls, with many
features including call waiting
between regular and Skype
calls, speed dial, redial, mute
and caller ID. Coming soon.
Coming soon, the DPH-C160S
is a cordless phone that connects directly to your router by
Ethernet network cable, or by
a wireless Ethernet bridge, as
well as to the standard phone
network. Connect it to a VoIP
Internet phone provider such as
gotalk www.gotalk.com.au to
enjoy cordless VoIP calls wherever you’ve set up the DPHC160S base station. Features
include caller ID, hands-free,
location pager and smooth voice
reception. See page 8.
DPH-C160S
DPH-50U
DCS-2120
DPH-540
Digital lifestyle
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Survey winner
D-Link turns 20
On 30 June, 2006, D-Link celebrated its
20th anniversary. Led by founder, chairman and CEO Ken Kao, from a simple
beginning with just four employees, it’s
now a global company with more than a
billion dollars in annual revenue and 1,800
employees in 90 offices serving more than
100 countries across five continents.
D-Link’s core mission of “Building
Networks for People” is at the heart of
6. Total Internet Security
Coming in Q4 is the award-winning
D-Link SecureSpot. It’s a complete,
all-in-one Internet security solution
that provides network, virus, spyware
and identity theft protection, popup and spam blocker, firewall and
parental control – all in a tiny palmsized box that provides automatic
around-the-clock protection for your
data and personal information. It’s
set to be the simplest way to keep
your PCs protected!
the drive to provide high-performance,
standard-based technology that delivers
advanced features with affordable pricing.
D-Link’s technology helps millions connect
and stay connected every day, and their
success has helped fuel the growth of the
personal computer networking industry
and the Internet from its emergence as
a cottage industry to the seamless communications network that connects businesses and home users today.
Congratulations to David Watkins of QLD, the
winner of the D-Link Survey 2006. His creative
entry complete with pop-up scene from the last issue of
D-Lifestyle (see below) and a D-Link superhero character caught our judges’ eye - see it here for yourself!
Digital media
on your TV
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The pop-up scene of “Super
D-Linky” going up, up and
away on cool new adventures...
The DSM-320RD is the best way to connect
your PC or network hard drive to your TV
and home entertainment system - through
802.11g wireless, or via wired Ethernet.
You can then watch the movies, TV shows,
video clips, see the photos and listen to the
music on your home theatre for the best
experience, instead of through your PC’s
smaller screen. It now comes with built-in
DVD player, 5-in-1 memory card reader and
is compatible with most popular audio and
video formats including mp3 and Xvid. It’s
the easiest way to watch downloaded content on your existing TV system.
DSM-320RD
SecureSpot DSD-150
A specially created A5 version
of the last issue, which opens
up to the pop-up scene above!
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Wireless life
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Speed up your
wireless life
DI-624S
D
-Link’s DI-624S wireless storage router,
using AirPlusExtremeG technology, can
increase the range of your wireless network
no matter what existing wireless access
cards you use. D-Link’s AirPlusExtremeG
wireless network cards boost wireless
speeds by up to 108Mbps, about twice the
speed of regular 802.11g 54Mbps cards.
They also let you share printers and USB
storage devices wirelessly directly through
your network – plugging into the router
instead of a PC.
By now you probably know that going
wireless comes with plenty of benefits. Use
your computers where you want, free of
the limitations of network cables. Access
files stored on hard drives connected to the
network and print wirelessly to a network
printer. Access the Internet, email and
streaming media wirelessly from any room
on your portable computer and other Wi-Fienabled handheld computers like the Palm
and Pocket PC, smartphones with Wi-Fi and
even the Sony PSP.
You can also make phone calls using
the latest range of wired and wireless VoIP
adapters, using your existing phone or one
of D-Link’s VoIP-enabled models, and an
account with a VoIP service provider.
Connect your PC and games consoles like
PS2, Xbox/360 (with the appropriate wireless
Still using cables or slow 802.11b devices to share an Internet
connection, your files and a printer? Cables fix you to a spot,
while older wireless devices can’t deliver the speed or range
of today’s wireless technology. To upgrade, a new wireless
router can help.
network connector), Sony PSP and Nintendo
DS to wirelessly access a world of online
gaming.
And with a wireless digital media player
connected to your regular TV, you can watch
TV shows and movies stored on your PC or
a networked hard drive on your home entertainment system, without needing to burn
files to DVD or fiddle with other systems.
By simply replacing your older wireless
router with a new one, you can turn on more
of this advanced wireless functionality and
enjoy the benefits in your home or office
today.
Sharing made easy
So, what makes D-Link’s DI-624S more than
just a standard wireless router? Besides the
ability to create a faster wireless network,
and Ethernet ports for four wired connections (to other PCs, printers, VoIP Internet
phones, and other network devices), the
DI-624S also features two USB 2.0 ports.
These allow USB flash memory drives and
USB hard drives to be attached to the DI624S so files can be shared across your network, without the need for a permanently
switched-on PC. So you and others can easily access, share and save files and backups
to the network hard drive any time. The DI624S allows read and write access to FAT16
and FAT32 formatted drives, with read-only
access to NTFS formatted drives.
The USB port can also be used to share
a printer across the network. While this
seamlessly works with most printers on the
market, only the print function of multifunction ‘all-in-one’ devices is supported for
network sharing.
Because the DI-624S is a UPnPAV compatible server, you can also store media
files (such as music, photos and video)
on USB drives so they can be wirelessly
accessed by UPnPAV-compatible media
players (like the DSM-320RD featured on
page 4) hooked up to a television and/or
hi-fi system.
So, with the DSM-320RD and the DI-624S,
you can watch media files that are stored
on ‘the network’ through your existing TV,
rather than watching them on your PC’s
smaller screen. And thanks to the quality
of service (QoS) technology built-in for fast
streaming of media files over your wireless
network (Wi-Fi Multimedia), you can experience smooth digital media.
If you’re using existing 802.11b wireless
network cards running at up to 11Mbps
and 802.11g wireless network cards running at up to 54Mbps (or a mix of both)
in your computers, you’ll find them fully
compatible with the DI-624S and you should
Wireless life
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even enjoy a greater wireless range than
was possible with your old wireless router.
However, creating a wireless network of up
to 108Mbps is possible when using D-Link’s
AirPlusExtremeG (or better) enabled wireless network cards. Read more about these
cards on page 12. To round out the benefits
and capabilities of the DI-624S, security
features can’t be forgotten. Included as
standard is dual firewall functionality, with
both Network Address Translation (NAT) and
Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI) technology
to help protect your network from hackers
and malicious attacks. Wireless security is
ensured through the now-standard suite of
WEP, WPA and WPA2 encryption methods.
A range of file server capabilities is also
built-in to the DI-624S, to share files and
disk space across a network. An FTP server
allows you to securely share files across the
Internet. Using the personal web server,
you can publish a web site from your own
network storage. There is even an advanced
parental control system that allows everyone in your family to have a fun, yet safe
time accessing online content.
Setting up your DI-624S is straightforward, too. If you’re running Windows XP
Service Pack 2, you can even take advantage
of Windows Connect Now and simplify the
configuration of your wireless settings.
Easily store configuration information on
a USB flash drive, and then transfer these
same settings to other wireless devices,
reducing the hassle of configuring wireless
settings for multiple devices!
The feature-packed DI-624S brings you
an advanced and very capable wireless
network. It’s an excellent way to get your
wireless network to do so much more than
just wireless Internet access. It’s time to
upgrade your existing older wireless router
to a brand new D-Link DI-624S and totally
upgrade your wireless lifestyle!
Notes:
USB flash memory drives or USB hard
drives are not included with the DI-624S.
108Mbps is the maximum wireless signal
rate derived from IEEE Standard 802.11g
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.
The advanced parental control functionality is provided through Trend Micro Home
Network Security software. It encompasses
the router-based Parental Control software, web-based Vulnerability Assessment
and Network Security Scan software, and
the Internet Security Client Software.
60-Day free trial begins after successful
account registration and email validation
with Trend Micro. An additional 10 months
of Parental Control software service, added
to the initial 60-day trial period (totalling
one year), is available after download and
installation of the Internet Security Service
client software.
2 in 1 Cordless
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A two-in-one
cordless phone
DPH-C160S
I
f you’re thinking of upgrading your home phone or getting a
new VoIP Internet phone service, there are many choices on the
market today. There’s even a plethora of online programs you can
use with a microphone/headset combination to make free and
low-cost calls to almost anywhere with an Internet connection or
a telephone.
Despite the popularity of mobile phones, we still like using
regular phones when at home or at work. The calling costs can
be cheaper, especially with a VoIP Internet phone account, or
even free between users of the same VoIP network, while the call
quality you’ll get with VoIP is better than a mobile phone, too.
So why not create a cordless phone that can be used simultaneously with both landline and VoIP phone accounts - one
that plugs into both your regular phone line socket and your
Ethernet router by wire, or wirelessly using a wireless Ethernet
bridge, at the same time, to make, receive and conduct conference calls from both lines? That’s exactly what D-Link’s done
with the DPH-C160S Cordless DECT phone - and it doesn’t
need to be plugged into your PC, unlike some competing models! Making and receiving phone calls from either connection
is as simple as pressing the appropriate button on the phone
itself, much like choosing to make a voice or video call from a
3G mobile phone.
Using a VoIP service provider like GoTalk (www.gotalk.com.
au), you can make calls at rates far cheaper than conventional
telecommunications service providers offer. This way you can
use VoIP as your primary phone service to make and receive
calls, and simply use the regular phone to receive calls and as
a backup. The DPH-C160S also has all the modern features
you’d expect from a cordless phone, including caller ID, redial,
call waiting, pager function, a hands-free speakerphone,
smooth voice reception, silence suppression and more.
It’s the easiest way to make and receive regular and Internet
calls on the same telephone, or simply add a cordless Internet
phone to your home or office. Look for it in stores in Q4 2006!
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Virtual eye
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Your virtual eye with
the Web or 3G
DCS-2120
W
ant to be able to keep an eye on things when you’re away
from the home or office? Internet security cameras made this
possible, allowing you to access an audio and video stream from
any Internet connected computer, anywhere on the planet.
Now the D-Link DCS-2120 Wireless Internet Camera with 3G
Mobile Video Support lets you view a live video stream from virtually any 3G-equipped mobile phone or smartphone PDA, giving you
a virtual eye into your world from almost anywhere you are – without having to boot up your notebook computer, insert your wireless
broadband card or find a Wi-Fi hotspot that needs connecting to.
The software behind the latest Internet security cameras has
evolved, too. Intelligent motion detection software coupled with
your home or office PC lets you record movement as it happens,
instead of wastefully recording 24/7. Snapshots and alerts can
be emailed to you by PC or phone. These shorter, more precise
recording times also allow you to search through video faster.
Of course, viewing on a computer with a wireless broadband card
or at a Wi-Fi hotspot will give you a larger, higher quality image.
Users of mobile phones and PDAs with Wi-Fi access can also connect to the camera from a Wi-Fi hotspot.
When connecting from a PC through the web-based Internet
Explorer interface, you can view a live stream, or remotely log in to
the camera itself to save local copies of recorded images and make
changes to the settings. You can manage and monitor up to 16
cameras on your network on the one screen. The IP Surveillance
software records video straight to a local or network hard drive,
plays it back, and uses motion detection to trigger video/audio
recording and/or send email alerts.
Other camera features include a 4x digital zoom and a defence
against low-light conditions. The DCS-2120 comes equipped with
a “low lux sensitivity” rating of 0.5, ensuring the camera’s picture
quality remains strong even when lighting conditions darken.
Thankfully, you don’t need to be on the road to enjoy all of these
benefits! You can monitor other areas of your home or office while
on the premises, without leaving your desk.
So, whether you’re on location or viewing a live video stream
through a web browser or a 3G mobile phone, keeping an eye on
things is easier than ever. If you’re interested in easy-to-use video
security for your home or business, the DCS-2120 really is a costeffective, powerful and versatile security solution. Available now!
Network buzzword buster
Jargon buster
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Access Point
Cat 5 Cable
Cardbus PC Card Notebook Adapter
This plugs into your wired network and
creates a wireless network that other
Wi-Fi devices can communicate with,
usually within a 100-metre radius.
Category 5 cables connect PCs,
modems, routers and other devices
together on an Ethernet network. While
often blue in colour, they’re also available in other colours.
“Credit card-size” wireless cards (now
known as PC Cards) use a standard
known as Cardbus to connect to most
portable computers. See PC Card.
U
nsure what all those networking and wireless buzzwords mean, but were too afraid to ask? While networking technology has
been with us for years, sometimes a simple explanation helps make things clearer. This guide will help - and we’ll continue our
jargon-busting quest in the future issues! In the meantime, if you don’t see the term you’re wondering about, you can visit
www.webopedia.com for an instant answer.
2.4GHz (gigahertz) Wireless refers to the radio frequency that wireless (Wi-Fi) equipment uses to communicate with other Wi-Fi devices. Most Wi-Fi equipment works in the 2.4GHz range, as do some
cordless phones, remote entry devices, baby monitors and wireless
web cameras. Wi-Fi equipment that works on the 2.4GHz frequency
includes 802.11b and g devices (see below).
802.11a is a wireless networking standard that operates in the
5.7GHz frequency. While occasionally used by some consumerbased wireless devices, it’s often reserved for business uses.
802.11b is the first wireless standard to gain widespread acceptance for Wi-Fi devices. Operating in the 2.4GHz frequency, it provides data transfer rates of up to 11 Mbps (megabits per second).
While 802.11b is still available, most wireless devices now operate
using 802.11g, a faster wireless standard which also operates in
the 2.4GHz range. With 802.11g devices priced almost identically,
you’ll only buy 802.11b equipment if you have a special need for this
slower wireless standard.
802.11g Currently the most popular Wi-Fi standard, this successor
to 802.11b allows devices to talk wirelessly to other 802.11g devices
at a much faster rate. Speeds are up to 54Mbps or 108Mbps (megabits per second) depending on the 802.11g Wi-Fi equipment you’re
using.
802.11n This is the successor to the 802.11g standard and promises
to deliver much greater range and speeds than current 802.11g
equipment. Although the 802.11n standard is still in the draft stages, networking companies such as D-Link have started delivering
wireless networking technology based on the 802.11n standard so
consumers can benefit from the fastest speeds now. See page 4 for
details on D-Link’s range of 802.11n based equipment.
Broadband Refers to cable, DSL (see below) or wireless high-speed
Internet access. Available in speeds of 256kbps to 24Mbps (or
24,000kbps), it provides Internet access at much faster speeds than
56kbps dial-up.
Cable modem A modem that connects to the coaxial (co-ax) cable
connection that delivers Pay TV and high-speed broadband. The
cable modem either connects directly to the Ethernet network port
on the back of your computer, or to a router which allows you to
share the cable Internet connection amongst a range of computers.
DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) is a high-speed Internet service
that works over standard phone lines up to 4km from a telephone
exchange and is typically offered by telephone companies. The most
popular form currently in Australia is ADSL (Asynchronous Digital
Subscriber Line). Many Internet Service Providers (ISPs - see right)
have now begun offering faster ADSL services known as ADSL 2,
and ADSL 2+. While regular ADSL is normally offered at speeds of
up to 1.5Mbps, ADSL 2 boosts that to 12Mbps, while ADSL 2+ lets
you travel at super fast broadband speeds of up to 24Mbps.
Dual Speed Ethernet Networking products that run either at 10Mps
or 100Mps (megabits per second), also referred to as 10/100. A dual
speed switch allows users to connect to Ethernet (10Mps) or Fast
Ethernet (100Mps) products or any combination of them. Equipment
connected at 100Mbps can transfer data up to 10 times faster than
at 10Mbps. Most cable and DSL modems work with either standard.
Ethernet Developed by Xerox Corporation, Intel and Digital
Equipment Corporation in 1976, this is a local-area network (LAN)
architecture, and is one of the most widely implemented LAN
standards. Most networks in use today are constructed using the
Ethernet networking standard, and are connected via Cat 5 cable.
Jargon buster
11
KVM Switch
Router
VoIP
KVM stands for keyboard, video and
mouse. These switches allow you to control two or more PCs using a single keyboard, monitor (screen) and mouse.
A device that connects to a modem, or is
built in to a broadband modem to allow
multiple PCs to share an Internet connection. The latest routers now combine
a wireless access point, modem and more.
Voice over Internet Protocol, also called
IP Telephony and Internet Telephony,
is the technology that lets you make
phone calls using the Internet instead of
the regular phone system.
Gigabit Ethernet is 10 times faster than Fast Ethernet and transfers data at 1000Mbps. It’s also known as 1000Mbit, 1000 megabit
or 1000 Base-T. Most business equipment works using the Gigabit
Ethernet standard, and while some consumer equipment is now
available with Gigabit Ethernet, most work in the Dual Speed
Ethernet mode of 10/100Mbps.
Association is an industry group organised in 1989 to promote standards for a credit card-size memory or Input/Output devices that fit
into a notebook or laptop computer. Commonly known as PC Cards.
A new style of PC Card has emerged, known as the ExpressCard. It
is smaller and faster than the PC Card but is only available on some
of the very latest notebook computers.
Hub A hub is a centralised connection device that allows all PCs to
connect and communicate with each other using Ethernet cables.
Most home users will get a router in preference to a hub as it handles the sharing of an Internet connection more intelligently than a
hub.
Power line Communication (PLC) A networking technology that
uses existing power outlets and power lines in homes to create a
network. While this technology is around and slowly maturing, the
preference today is still to use wired Ethernet network or wireless
networking equipment.
Internet The name of all the world’s interconnected computer
networks. The Internet is more than just the World Wide Web, it
encompasses virtually everything available online, from email, to
web sites, to chat rooms, newsgroups, peer to peer and much more.
QoS (Quality of Service). This is a technology that ensures certain types of Internet communication take priority over others, for
example, video streaming or Internet phone calls going through your
Internet connection before emails or requests for web pages, to
ensure an even higher quality of reception and tranmission.
ISP (Internet Service Provider). Companies such as Telstra, Ozemail,
Optus and others that provide Internet connections to consumers
and businesses. Some companies also now provide wireless access
to the Internet through an external wireless modem or an internal
wireless broadband card that connects to city-wide towers.
Switch A switch does essentially the same thing as a hub but at
higher speeds. It filters and forwards information based on the
destination computer. Usually only used by business, as most home
users will use a router.
LAN (Local Area Network). This is the name of network you create
in the home or office between two or more computers. When you
have a network that spans more than one physical location, yet is
still connected, this is known as a WAN or Wide Area Network.
USB (Universal Serial Bus) is a hardware interface used to connect
devices to a computer. These devices include network interface
cards, keyboards, mice, cameras, webcams, printers, scanners,
Ethernet network adapters, mp3 players and more.
NIC (Network Interface Card). These are PCI cards and they come
with an Ethernet port. They are installed into computers to allow
them to talk to Ethernet networks, the standard type of wired network in homes and business today.
USB NIC A Network Interface Card that connects to the computer
via a USB port. These are used to quickly and easily connect an
Ethernet network port to a desktop computer without needing to
open it up to install a PCI Ethernet card. It can also be used with
portable computers.
PCI (Peripheral Component Interconnect) is the standard for add-in
cards that plug into the expansion slots (known as PCI slots) found
inside modern desktop computers.
PCMCIA or PC Card Personal Computer Memory Card International
Wireless Bridge Similar in appearance to a wireless access point, a
bridge allows you to convert devices with a wired Ethernet networking socket into a device that can connect wirelessly to your wireless
network.
Products
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Technology guide
Wireless G
Wireless 108G
High-Speed 2.4GHz 802.11g
Wireless Network Solutions
01. DWL-G122
02. DWL-G630
05. DI-524UP
01.AirPlusG™
54Mbps Wireless
USB Key Adapter
03. DWL-G510
06. DWL-G700AP
LAN PCI Adapter
An internal PCI wireless card for deskUSB 2.0 wireless
top computers and
adapter for 802.11g/b 802.11g/b networks.
networks.
02. AirPlusG™
54Mbps Wireless
LAN Cardbus
Adapter
A wireless PC card
to access 802.11g/b
networks.
03. AirPlusG™
54Mbps Wireless
04. AirPlusG™
54Mbps Wireless
Range Extender
Create a larger
wireless network
05. AirPlusG™
54Mbps Wireless
Broadband Router
Create an advanced
wireless network
High-Speed 2.4GHz XtremeG
108G Wireless Solutions
04. DWL-G710
07. DWL-G730AP
with USB and QoS
for VoIP.
06. AirPlusG™
54Mbps Wireless
LAN Access Point
Plug into your wired
network to create an
802.11b/g wireless
network.
07. AirPlusG™
Pocket Wireless
Router/Access
Point
Create a wireless
network anywhere!
08. AirPlusG™ 54Mbps
Wireless USB Kit
08. DWL-922
This new kit features the DI-524
wireless router. It operates on
the 802.11g standard at 54Mbps
speeds. It comes with a
DWL-G122 USB 54Mbps
Wireless adapter which is
suitable for desktop or laptop
computers.
09. AirPlusG™ 54Mbps
Wireless Laptop Kit
09. DWL-923
The second new kit is the
DWL-923. This replaces the
USB adapter with the DWLG630, a 54Mbps wireless
PCMCIA card for laptop computers.
11. DWL-G132
12. DWL-G650
13. DWL-G520
14. DI-624S
15. DWL-2100AP
16. DWL-G810
The 108G
solutions transfer
data at up to
twice the speed of
standard 802.11g
equipment.
11. Wireless 108G
USB Adapter
A USB 2.0 wireless
adapter for notebooks and desktops.
12. Wireless 108G
Cardbus Adapter
A wireless PC Card
adaptor for notebooks.
10. DWL-925
15. Wireless 108G
Access Point
14. Wireless 108G
Storage Router
16. High-Speed
108G Wireless
Bridge
An internal wireless
adaptor for
desktops.
Share a network
connection, Internet
access, mulitple
USB 2.0 storage
drives and printers.
Create an advanced,
high speed wireless network in your
home or business.
Turn your wired
network into a 108G
wireless nework.
Convert any
Ethernet enabled
device such as video
games consoles,
Ethernet based
printers and more
into a 108G wireless
device.
Wireless 108G MIMO
High-Speed 2.4GHz XtremeG
108G MIMO Wireless Solutions
108G MIMO transfers data at even
faster speeds than standard 108G
equipment with increased range.
17. DWL-G520M
17. DWL-G520M
AirPlusXtremeG™ 108Mbps MIMO
PCI Adapter
An internal network card for desktop
computers.
18. DWL-G650M
18. DWL-G650M
AirPlusXtremeG™ 108Mbps MIMO
CardBus Adapter
For notebook computers.
10. AirPlusG™ 54Mbps
Wireless Desktop Kit
The third new kit is the
DWL-925. This kit replaces the
USB adapter with the DWLG510, a 54Mbps wireless PCI
Adapter for desktop computers.
13. Wireless 108G
PCI Adapter
19. DI-634M
AirPlusXtremeG™ 108Mbps
Wireless MIMO Router
19. DI-634M
The router needed to operate at faster
108G MIMO speeds when working with
108G MIMO cards. Built-in 4-port Fast
Ethernet Switch. Includes Bigpond
Cable Client.
13
Telephone Adapter
Solutions for making
phone calls over the
Internet using VoIP
20. DPH-120S
Broadband Internet
Telephone*
A full-featured, costeffective IP telephone for
homes and businesses in
the standard ‘deskphone’
style. Compatible with
most VoIP telephone service providers.
21. DVG-2001S
21. DVG-2001S VoIP
Terminal Adapter*
Plug in your existing
corded or cordless analog telephone and use
to make Internet phone
calls.
22. DVG-G1402S VoIP
Station Gateway*
A wireless broadband
router with VoIP phone
sockets and QoS for
increased quality calls.
22. DVG-G1402S
23. DI-102
23. DI-102 Broadband
Internet/VoIP
Accelerator*
Uses QoS technology for
static-free VoIP calls, jitter-free streaming video
and lag-free online gaming by prioritising bandwidth-sensitive packets
so that they can be sent
over the Internet as soon
as the request is made.
Upgrade your existing
VoIP equipment to take
advantage of QoS.
24. DVA-G3342S
24. DVA-G3342S
Wireless ADSL2+
Triple Play Router*
A wireless broadband
router with ADSL 2+
modem, 2 VoIP phone
ports and more.
* Note: You must choose
an Internet (VoIP) Phone
Service Plan and sign up
for service. VoIP phone
plans, rates and features
may vary depending
on VoIP Phone Service
Wireless Media Gateway
Wireless N
Do you feel the need for speed? Wireless N transfers data at
speeds of up to 650% faster than standard 108G equipment
with greater range than ever before. Based on the 802.11n
draft standard, you can attain speeds even faster than
100Mbps wired Ethernet networks.
28. DSM-320RD
Wireless Media Gateway
Watch digital media stored
on your PC’s hard drive
through your TV and existing
home theatre system!
Includes DVD player and
memory card reader. Also
available is the DSM-320.
28. DSM-320RD
25. DIR-635 RangeBooster N
650 Wireless Router
25. DIR-635
Provider(s). D-Link
Australia Pty Ltd is not a
Telephone Service Provider
or VoIP Phone Service
Provider. Please check
the limitations of liability
as outlined by your VoIP
Service Provider. Voice
quality may be affected if
large file transfer occurs
at the same time.
The wireless router you need to
create D-Link’s fastest wireless
network yet in your home or office.
Indoor Wireless Antennae
26. DWA-645 RangeBooster N
650 Notebook Adapter
For portable computers, this card
works with the RangeBooster N
router to deliver faster speeds and
greater range.
26. DWA-645
30. ANT24-0600
27. DWA-547 RangeBooster N
650 Desktop Adapter
27.DWA-547
29. ANT24-0700
Desktop computers can also
benefit from the massive speed
and range of the RangeBooster N
solution. Put your desktop
computers where they suit you the triple antenna ensures you get
coverage where you need it.
Increase the range of your 802.11b/g wireless network
29. 7dBi High Gain Omni-Directional Antenna
Provides high transmission/reception rates for wireless LAN devices
operating on the 2.4Ghz band. Works with 802.11b/g.
30. 6dBi Indoor Directional Antenna
Connect this antenna directly to the wireless access point or wireless router using a reverse SMA connector.
Products
20. DPH-120S
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Products
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Technology guide
ADSL Modems & Routers
01. Wireless
ADSL2/2+ Router
+ Built-in 4-Port
Switch
er with 10/100 4-port
switch, SPI Firewall,
DHCP and more.
An ADSL2/2+ wireless broadband
router (up to 24Mbps
download speeds*)
with 802.11g wireless
networking, a 10/100
4-port switch & much
more.
03. USB ADSL
Modem
02. Fast Ethernet
ADSL2/2+ Router
+ Built-in 4-Port
Switch
A USB and fast
Ethernet ADSL2/2+
modem that lets
you connect at up to
24Mbps speeds*.
A USB ADSL modem
for desktop or notebook PCs.
04. USB/Fast
Ethernet Combo
ADSL2/2+ Router
ADSL2/2+ wired rout-
05. Wireless
ADSL2/2+ VPN
Router
02. DSL-504T
03. DSL-200
High-speed wireless router with VPN
designed for business
usage.
* Your ISP must support
and provide you with an
ADSL 2, ADSL 2+ service for these features
to be available. This
product will operate as a
standard ADSL modem
when an ADSL 2/2+ service is not available.
05. DSL-G804V
01. DSL-G604T
04. DSL-502T
Wireless Print Servers
Turn your wired
printers wireless!
06. Wireless
2.4GHz USB 2.0
Print Server
07. Wireless
2.4GHz Parallel
Print Server
A wireless 802.11g
08. Multi-Port Two
USB 2.0 & Single
Parallel Print
Server
one bi-directional
parallel port for
direct connection to
parallel port printers. Conveniently
make existing
printers wireless.
USB 2.0 ports and a
parallel port for connecting legacy parallel printers with
multiple networking
options.
An 802.11g wireless
Print Server
with
ADSL Modems
& Routers
print server with two
An 802.11g wireless
Print Server with
one USB 2.0 port
that lets you share a
USB printer on the
network.
07. DP-G301
06. DP-G310
08. DP-G321
KVM Switches
USB
09. DUB-H4
10. DFB-H7
09. 4-Port USB 2.0 Hub, up to
480Mbps speed
A 4-port USB 2.0 hub that connects 4 USB devices to your PC
or Mac. Also available in a 7-port
USB 2.0 model. Comes with a DC
5V/2.5A external power supply.
10. USB 2.0/FireWire
Combo Hub
A combination USB 2.0 and 1394
FireWire hub that lets you connect four USB 2.0 devices and
two FireWire devices and many
11. DUB-H7
more if daisy-chained. Comes
with a USB and a FireWire cable
and must be plugged into both
sockets for all ports on the hub
to work.
11. USB 2.0 PCI Card
Easily add two USB 2.0 ports
to your PC. Great for older PCs
without USB 2.0 ports, or for
simply adding more ports to
your current PC so you can connect more devices to your PC.
Available for PCs only.
12. DVKM-2K
13. DVKM-4K
12. Mini KVM Switch Kit
for 2 PCs
Control 2 different PCs from a
single keyboard, mouse and VGA
monitor. It includes a 2-port KVM
(Keyboard, Video and Mouse)
switch, and 2 sets of built-in
cables for ready connection to
2 PCs.
13. 4-Port KVM Switch
A 4-port KVM switch for controlling up to 4 PCs using a single
keyboard, monitor and mouse.
14. DVKM-CB
Includes two 6Ft. KVM cables.
Use the at-a-glance LED indicators for computer status,
hot keys and push buttons for
switching between computers
and a handy autoscan mode.
14. DVKM-CB Cable Kit
This cable kit allows you to
effortlessly connect a computer’s
monitor, keyboard and mouse to
a KVM switch. Keep your office
or workspace organised, easy to
manage and free of cable clutter.
15
15
Internet cameras
for security and
surveillance
15. DCS-2120
Wireless Internet
Camera for Home/
SOHO
17. DCS-3220G
16. DCS-G900
A wireless Internet
security camera that
allows you to view
a live video stream
through a web browser or compatible 3G
phones and PDAs
when in 3G coverage.
16. 802.11g
Wireless G Internet
Camera
15. DCS-2120
18. DVC-1000
19. DCS-5300G
Home Switches
D-Link’s high performance switches are designed to
eliminate unnecessary traffic, and relieve congestion by
delivering dedicated bandwidth for each port.
20. DES-1008D
20. DES-1008D
8-Port 10/100Mbps Switch
Fast Ethernet Unmanaged
Desktop Switch. Up to 200Mbps,
auto-MDIX, Half/Full duplex
support.
17. 802.11g
Wireless 2-Way
Audio Internet
Camera
A fully featured surveillance system that
connects to wired
Ethernet or 802.11g
wireless. Offers two
way audio allowing
you to talk to anyone
at your camera site.
Sharp video with lifelike colour, a 4x digital zoom and more.
18. Broadband
Videophone
Turns the TV into
a broadband video
phone - no PC
required! Instantly
make and receive
high quality video
phone calls (at a
smooth 30 frames
per second) to anyone else also using a
DVC-1000.
19. Wireless IP
Security Camera
with Integrated
Pan, Tilt, Zoom,
Web Server &
Motion Detection
The ultimate wireless
camera with pan, tilt,
zoom, motion detection, a high-quality
CCD sensor, remote
web control and
much, much more.
The top of the range.
Home Network Storage
23. DNS-312H
24. DNS-300
23. USB 2.0
Network
Attached Storage
Drives
with built-in Print
Server
A Network
Attached Storage
(NAS) device that
features a 120Gb
pre-installed hard
drive. Quick and
simple installation
that requires no
network downtime,
with more features. Also available as the (24)
DNS-300 without
pre-installed hard
disk, while the (25)
DNS-120 connects
USB drives to your
wired network.
25. DNS-120
Gaming Routers
21. DGS-1008D
21. DGS-1008D
8-Port 10/100/
1000Mbps Switch
Gigabit Unmanaged desktop
switch, auto MDI/MDIX uplink,
full/half duplex auto-negotiation,
flow-control, 16Gbps switching
capacity, desktop or wall-mount.
22. DES-1024DG
A stand alone camera
with built-in CPU
and web server that
transmits high quality
video images for
monitoring, and can
be accessed remotely
or controlled from
any PC with Internet
access.
22. DES-1024DG 22-Port
10/100Mbps Switch with
2-Port Gigabit
Fast Ethernet Unmanaged
Desktop Switch with Built-in
2-Port 1000BaseT Copper
Gigabit. Auto MDI/MDIX, flow
control, auto-learning of network
configuration.
26. DGL-4300 Wireless
108Mbps Gaming Router™
A high-powered wireless router with high
performance Gigabit LAN ports. Featuring
GameFuelTM Priority technology for bandwidth-intense applications like online gaming, multimedia streaming, and VoIP applications. GameFuelTM Priority uses a custom
traffic routing engine, which automatically
prioritises and intelligently manages these
bandwidth-sensitive applications.
26. DGL-4300
Stay competitive in your game and still have
enough available bandwidth to make VoIP
calls and enjoy your streaming media. Also
available as the DGL-4100 without wireless.
27. DGL-3420 GamerLounge™
Wireless 108AG Gaming Adapter
A high-performance Gaming Adapter
designed to work with DGL series routers.
27. DGL-3420
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