Jan 31

D-Link announced the launch of its Compact Wireless N USB Adapter, billed as the world’s smallest, and prepares to ship its first 802.11n Wi-Fi router with 3×3 MIMO technology.

Networking solutions provider D-Link announced the launch of their Compact Wireless N USB Adapter (DWA-121), which the company claims is the world’s smallest wireless USB adapter. About the size of a dime, the DWA-121 adapter connects a laptop or desktop computer to a Wi-Fi network at up to six times the speed and three times the coverage of a wireless G connection, and uses 802.11n wireless technology to help maximize the speed and range of the wireless signal, with speeds up to 150Mbps uplink/downlink data rate. It is compatible with Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 operating systems.

The company also announced it is preparing to ship its first 802.11n Wi-Fi router with 3×3 MIMO technology that uses three distinct data streams to enable “extremely fast” data transfer rates with speeds up to 450 megabits per second. The Switchable Dual Band Router (DIR-665) – the first wireless router to receive Connect with Intel Centrino Ultimate-N certification, is expected to ship in the first quarter of this year, D-Link said. The speed is made possible by the Marvell 88W8366/88W8063 3×3 chipset, which supports multi-stream 802.11n technology for increased data throughput. The DIR-665 incorporates the Marvell Total Solution featuring the 88F6281 CPU, running at 1 GHz, 88E6171R Gigabit Ethernet switch and power management ports in-addition to the industry’s first 3×3 chipset.

“D-Link has a proven track record of delivering revolutionary networking products that provide consumers with the best possible home networking experience,” said Partho Mishra vice president and general manager of the embedded and emerging business unit for the communications and consumer business group at Marvell. “Marvell’s 3×3 solution enables D-Link’s customers to create home networks with reliable high-bandwidth wireless links to surf the web, share files, play networked games and stream HD video with the increasing number of WiFi enabled consumer devices in the market such as smart phones, e-book readers and HD television sets, a segment that Marvell has pioneered ”

The router offers both wide area and local area network (WAN/LAN) gigabit ports, SharePort for printer sharing capability, switchable dual-band 2.4 and 5 gigahertz performance, three antennas and D-Link Green technology, which saves power through Wi-Fi scheduling and eco-friendly port activity and cable detection techniques.

“Intel has worked closely with D-Link and Marvell to test interoperability with Intel’s next generation of wireless adapters. When paired with our new Intel Ultimate-N WiFi Link 6300 multi-stream 802.11n adapter, the new wireless router from D-Link provides outstanding throughput and performance” said Alexander Quach, Intel’s director of wireless marketing. “The D-link DIR-665 router meets our new Ultimate-N tier of Connect with Intel Centrino interoperability, offering the performance required for data intensive applications such as streaming rich media throughout your home.”

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Jan 30

A good way to test the card is to assign an IP address to the card in the TCP/IP properties for the card in the Network Properties control panel. After you assign the card an IP address and a subnet mask, you can use the ping utility from a DOS prompt to test the card. If you get four replies when pinging, it is another very good sign that the card is functioning properly.

Using the Ping command

Step 1: Open the MS-DOS program on your computer.

Step 2: From the default location, enter the word ping, a space and then the IP address of your network card. Hit the Enter key on your keyboard.

A response of four replies indicates that the network card is properly installed and that TCP/IP is correctly bound to the card.

Another good way is looking at the card itself. If your computer is up and running and connected to a switch, hub or another computer directly with a crossover cable and the light is illuminated next to where the cable is plugged into it, then that is a good indicator of whether or not the card is working.

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Jan 30

First,The two adapters must be connected to power outlets and electrical wiring which belong to the same electrical system.

Connect the adapter directly to the wall socket instead of a powerstrip/surge protector. Filtering circuits in the surge protector can interfere with power line technology.

The second question:

200Mbps is the theoretical physical rate. Actual throughput will vary. Network conditions and environmental factors, including volume of network traffic, and network overhead affects actual throughput rate.

Specific factors which may reduce your effective speeds are power fluctuations EM interference from induction motors such as refrigerators, washer/dryer, microwaves, hair dryers, etc.and poor grounding.

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Jan 30

D-Link’s PowerLine HD Ethernet Adapter is an ideal solution for connecting computers, HD media players, game consoles, and network attached storage devices to your home network. Simply connect one adapter to your router and plug it into an existing power outlet to turn every other power outlet in your home into a possible network connection – just plug in additional adapters as needed.

Description

Tap into your existing power outlets to create a home network with D-Link’s PowerLine HD Network Starter Kit. Easy.

D-Link’s Powerline HD Ethernet Adapter is ideal for connecting an Ethernet-enabled digital media device such as a Tivo® or Slingbox™ to your network and the Internet. D-Link PowerLine HD Ethernet Adapters also enable you to connect gaming consoles like the Xbox 360®, PlayStation® 3, or Nintento Wii™ to the Internet. To top it all off, QoS support helps prioritize your data, enabling smooth video streaming and lag-free gaming.

Conveniently Connect

Connect multiple devices in the farthest corners of your home by attaching a switch or wireless access point to a D-Link PowerLine HD Ethernet Adapter*. Plus, D-Link’s PowerLine HD Ethernet Adapters implement 3DES encryption for securing your connection to help keep your data safe from intruders.

What this product does

D-Link’s PowerLine HD Ethernet Adapter (DHP-300) and Starter Kit (DHP-301) take advantage of your home’s existing electrical wiring to create or extend a network*. Turn every power outlet into a possible network connection to connect computers, digital media players, and game consoles throughout your home.

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Jan 30

Step 1: Login to the DES-3526 via Console. For the complete procedure on logging into the management interface via Console, Power cycle the device by pulling the power cable located on the rear panel of the device and reconnecting the power cable.

Step 2: At the boot sequence, immediately after the Please wait, loading Runtime image… process completes, press the Shift and 6 Shift+6 keys on the keyboard simultaneously. The device will now enter Reset Configuration Mode.

How to the reset the password on D-Link DES-3526?

Step 3: At the Reset Configuration command window, type the command reset password and press Enter on the keyboard. Press the Y key to proceed with the system save. Type the command restart and press Enter. Press Y to reboot the DES-3526 after saving the changes.

Note: In the Reset Configuration Mode, you may also reset the device to factory defaults by executing the command reset factory.

How to the reset the password on D-Link DES-3526?

Step 4: All administrator account passwords will be deleted. You will now be able to login to the D-Link DES-3526 without a password.

Note: If you have reset the unit to factory defaults, there is no administrator user name and password by default.

How to the reset the password on D-Link DES-3526?

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