wireless n 300 open source router - D-Link

Create a High-Performance Wireless Network
Wireless N 300 Open Source Router
TOTAL COMPATIBILITY
TOTAL SECURITY
Full Open Source Support
Works with any Wi-Fi certified device,
providing solid performance and
giving you peace of mind
Complete set of security features including an SPI firewall
and WPA2 to protect your network against intruders
Fully released open source development kit
and D-Link firmware restoration utility
allow for user-customized functionality
HIGH-SPEED Wireless NETWORKING
Create a high-speed wireless network for your home using D-Link’s DIR-627 Wireless N 300 Open Source Router. Connect the DIR-627 to a broadband modem
and wirelessly share your high-speed Internet connection and enjoy surfing the web, checking e-mail, and chatting with family and friends online. The router
uses Wireless N technology, which offers increased speed (up to 300 Mbps) and range over the 802.11g/b standard1. It features NAT (Network Address
Translation), allowing multiple users to connect to the Internet by sharing a single IP address. The DIR-627 also includes an integrated 4-port 10/100BASE-TX
Ethernet switch that gives you the flexibility to connect wired computers to the network.
Full Open Source Support
The DIR-627 provides a powerful platform for you to develop new features and functionality to customize the router for your needs. It includes a full release of
its source code, allowing you to modify and customize router features. Prebuilt third-party firmware can be installed for an easy way to customize your router,
and a firmware restoration utility gives you an easy way to safely restore your router. A powerful CPU and an ample amount of flash memory and DRAM
allow you to develop your own features without hardware constraints. The DIR-627 also offers additional interfaces, such as a USB port that can connect to
a USB storage drive to share files across your network, and the RS-485 port and GPIO pins that allow the router to interface with external equipment such as
surveillance and home automation equipment.2
Smart QoS
With some routers, all wired and wireless traffic, including Voice over IP (VoIP), video streaming, online gaming, and web browsing are mixed together into
a single data stream. By handling data this way, applications such as streaming video may stutter or have an unstable connection. With D-Link Smart QoS
Prioritization Technology, wired and wireless traffic are analyzed and separated into multiple data streams. Different applications like voice, video, and data
will be automatically detected and the transmission sequence will be automatically prioritized. This enables multiple applications to stream smoothly to your TV
or PC.
Wireless N 300 Open Source Router
DIR-627
Create a High-Performance Wireless Network
WHAT THIS PRODUCT DOES
10/100BASE-TX Ethernet LAN Ports
Connect to Ethernet-enabled computers and devices
Share your broadband Internet connection
with multiple computers in your house by
simply connecting the DIR-627 Wireless
N 300 Open Source Router to your cable
or DSL modem. Once connected, you can
create your own personal wireless home
network and share documents, music, and
photos.
RS-485 Port
Connects to an RS-485 terminal device
Wireless antenna
Connects to wireless computers and devices
EASY Installation
Set up your new D-Link networking
hardware in minutes using our new Quick
Setup Wizard. The wizard will guide you
through an easy to follow process to install
your new hardware and connect to your
network.
Power Socket
Connects to power adapter
GPIO Pins
Connects to a terminal device
SECURING YOUR WIRELESS
NETWORK
The DIR-627 includes a built-in firewall
that safeguards your network from harmful
attacks. It minimizes the threats of hackers
and prevents intruders from entering your
network. Additional security features
include a Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI)
firewall that analyzes network traffic, and
parental control that prevents users from
viewing inappropriate content. The
DIR-627 also supports WEP, WPA, and
WPA2 encryption to keep your network
traffic secure.
10/100BASE-TX Ethernet WAN Port
Connects to DSL/cable modem
Reset Button
Resets to factory defaults
USB Port
Connects to an external device
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
ƒƒ Cable or DSL modem with Ethernet port
ƒƒ Computer with:
ƒƒ Windows XP SP2/Vista/7, Mac OS X
10.3/10.4,
or Linux-based operating system
ƒƒ An installed Ethernet adapter
ƒƒ Internet Explorer 6 or Firefox 2.0 or
higher
Package Contents
ƒƒ DIR-627 Wireless N 300 Open Source
Router
ƒƒ 2 External antennas
ƒƒ CAT5 Ethernet cable
ƒƒ Power adapter
ƒƒ CD-ROM with Installation Wizard,
Firmware Restoration Utility, and
product documentation
INTERFACES
ƒƒ 4 10/100 LAN ports
ƒƒ 1 10/100 WAN port
ƒƒ USB 2.0 port
ƒƒ RS-485 Port (RS485A/RS-485B) 2
ƒƒ GPIO Pins (2 Input/1 Output) 2
STANDARDS
ƒƒ IEEE 802.11b
ƒƒ IEEE 802.11g
ƒƒ IEEE 802.11n
WIRELESS FREQUENCY RANGE
ƒƒ 2.4 GHz to 2.497 GHz
ANTENNAS
ƒƒ Two detachable external 2 dBi
omnidirectional antennas
SECURITY
ƒƒ WEP 64/128-Bit Data Encryption
ƒƒ Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA-TKIP,
WPA2-AES)
ƒƒ WPS™
ADVANCED FEATURES
ƒƒ UPnP support
ƒƒ USB Storage Access
ƒƒ Advanced Scheduling
POWER INPUT
ƒƒ 12 V DC / 1.25 A through external power
adapter
POWER CONSUMPTION
ƒƒ 12 W
DIMENSIONS (L x W x H)
ƒƒ 127 x 198 x 32 mm
(5 x 7.8 x 1.3 inches)
WEIGHT
ƒƒ 294 grams (0.64 lb)
OPERATING TEMPERATURE
ƒƒ 0 to 40 ˚C (32 to 104 ˚F)
ADVANCED FIREWALL FEATURES
ƒƒ Network Address Translation (NAT)
ƒƒ Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI)
ƒƒ MAC Address Filtering
ƒƒ URL Filtering
OPERATING HUMIDITY
ƒƒ 0% to 90% non-condensing
CERTIFICATIONS
ƒƒ FCC Class B
ƒƒ CE Class B
ƒƒ Wi-Fi Certified
DEVICE MANAGEMENT
ƒƒ Web UI
DIAGNOSTIC LEDs
ƒƒ Power
ƒƒ Internet Status
ƒƒ WLAN
ƒƒ LAN
ƒƒ USB
Maximum wireless signal rate derived from IEEE standard 802.11n 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.
2
RS-485/GPIO interfaces and GPL source code is provided for feature customization, and does not include software feature support. The communication
protocol used for RS-485 terminals and endpoints may vary according to manufacturer.
1
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Release 01 (December 2010)
Wireless N 300 Open Source Router
DIR-627