D-Link has unveiled a new 3.5G router designed to share a mobile broadband connection. The router can also be connected to a fixed broadband Ethernet connection to create a wireless network with a mobile broadband connection as a backup.
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The D-Link DIR-412 can also be connected to a fixed broadband Ethernet connection to create a high-speed 802.11n wireless network with a 3.5G mobile broadband connection as a backup.
The wireless router’s 10/100 Ethernet WAN port supports a DSL/ADSL/Cable modem as the primary or backup connection. Auto-failover ensures an uninterrupted connection by automatically connecting to a 3.5G network whenever the Ethernet connection goes down, or vice versa.
D-Link’s Marketing Director for Australia and New Zealand, Maurice Famularo, said, “D-Link’s new 3.5G wireless router can be installed quickly and easily almost anywhere. This makes it ideal for setting up an impromptu wireless network or wherever conventional network access is unavailable. The DIR-412 can even be installed on buses, trains or boats so passengers can check e-mail or chat online.”
The D-Link DIR-412 3.5G Wireless Router is available now with recommended retail prices of $99.95.