D-Link has rolled out a new VPN router with 4-port switch designed for small and home offices.
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The D-Link DIR-330 can create a secure, encrypted Virtual Private Network (VPN) allowing up to eight remote users to access a central network through the Internet simultaneously. It can be connected to a cable or DSL line to share high-speed Internet access and doubles as a 4-port full-duplex 10/100 switch to connect up to 4 Ethernet-enabled devices.
The router also functions as a wireless 802.11g/802.11b access point to connect wireless devices to your network. The DIR-330 encrypts all wireless transmission using WPA or WPA2 to ensure wireless security. It also protects the network from online intruders and potential attacks with Dual Active Firewall protection using Network Address Translation (NAT) and Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI) technologies.
D-Link Australia and New Zealand’s Marketing Director, Maurice Famularo said, “With small businesses becoming increasingly network dependent, the need to invest in a reliable networking and security solution is crucial,” said Maurice Famularo, Marketing Director, D-Link Australia & New Zealand. “The D-Link DIR-330 offers high return on investment through robust security features, flexible configuration and superb network protection for small and home office networks.”
The D-Link DIR-330 Wireless G NetDefend Broadband VPN Router with 4-Port Switch is available now with recommended retail prices of $275.