Sep 21

Depending on the network security requirements, the Network Camera provides three types of security settings for streaming via HTTP protocol:

disable, basic, and digest.

If basic authentication is selected, the password is sent in plain text format, but there can be potential risks of it being intercepted.

If digest authentication is selected, user credentials are encrypted using MD5 algorithm, thus providing better protection against unauthorized access.


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Feb 10

Step 1: Launch the SharePort Mobile App


Step 2: Click on File and select your file


Step 3: Click on the Favorite Icon to allow for offline viewing and click file to go back


Step 4: Click on Home


Step 5: Scroll over to Favorites and select your file


Step 6: Click on the   Icon to select the application to open the file


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Nov 29

Step 1: On your Android device, select the Settings icon.


Step 2: Under Settings, choose Wireless & networks.


Step 3: Select Wi-Fi settings.


Step 4: If Wi-Fi is not already turned on, tap the checkmark next to Wi-Fi to turn it on. When Wi-Fi is enabled, available SSID’s will appear below. Encrypted networks will be indicated with a padlock icon. Select the network to which youd like to connect.

Step 5: If password protected, type in your password and select Connect.


You should now be connected to your network.


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Nov 28

Safeguard Engine is a feature designed to enhance the robustness of switches, and increase overall network reliability and availability by identifying bulk traffics, throttling unwanted interruption, and protecting switch operation.

Safeguard Engine effectively protects switches against abnormal bulks of traffic caused by virus infection or worm scanning. With Safeguard Engine, D-Link Switches can further identify and prioritize CPU-intensive applications traffic, throttle interruption, and protect switch operation.

When CPU utilization is over the set threshold, the switch will take action to prevent the over-use of switch resources by stop receiving the ARP packets or by minimizing the bandwidth for ARP packets.

In this way, it not only ensures the stability of switches, but also provides high availability of network connected to it.


Nov 28

3 Modes that can be use to connect.


Router Mode:



Connect your DSL/cable modem to the DIR-510L with an Ethernet cable.


The DIR-510L connects to your cable modem, DSL modem or other Internet source and shares your Internet connection with your devices wirelessly, providing Internet access for an entire home or office.


Note: For best quality, we suggest this application be used by no more than five users simultaneously.


Mobile Router Mode:




Connect wirelessly, using a 3G/4G adapter with an active SIM card.


The DIR-510L allows you to wirelessly share your Internet connection with other devices when you are on the go.


Note: You must have a compatible 3G/4G USB adapter and be within your ISP’s satellite coverage area. Plug the 3G/4G USB adapter into the USB port 1A, which is the port located near the top of the DIR-510L. Also, your SIM may require a PIN.


Check the D-Link website for information about compatible 3G/4G USB adapters.


Hotspot Mode:




Connect to a Wi-Fi Hotspot.


The DIR-510L can connect to an existing wireless network with an Internet connection, such as a hotspot at a hotel, airport, or coffee shop, allowing you to share that single connection with multiple wireless devices. All you need is the Wi-Fi Network name and password of the hotspot you would like to connect to.


Note: For best quality, we suggest this application be used by no more than five users simultaneously. It is highly recommended that you password protect the shared Internet connection on your DIR-510L.


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