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DAP-1522 Description:

DAP-1522

DUAL BAND WIRELESS NETWORKING


The D-Link® Xtreme N™ Duo Wireless Bridge/Access Point is designed for users looking to create a wireless network or to connect multiple wired devices to an existing wireless network. Xtreme N Duo is the latest addition to the award-winning Xtreme N product family. Duo means the DAP-1522 works with next generation dual band (2.4GHz or 5GHz)* 802.11n wireless devices as well as legacy 802.11g products.

CONNECT MULTIPLE DEVICES


The Wireless Bridge feature of the DAP-1522 allows you to easily connect up to 4 Ethernet-enabled devices in your entertainment center to your wireless network. Connect devices such as Game Consoles, Digital Video Recorders (DVR), and Digital Media Adapters (DMA) to the built-in 4-Port Gigabit Switch.

WHAT THIS PRODUCT DOES

Wireless Bridge Mode


Use the Xtreme N™ Duo Wireless Bridge / Access Point (DAP-1522) to connect up to 4 Ethernet-enabled devices such as Game Consoles, Digital Video Recorders (DVR), and Digital Media Adapters (DMA) to your wireless network.

Access Point Mode


Connect the DAP-1522 to an existing wired network and easily enable wireless connectivity in your home. Use your new wireless network to stream HD multimedia content, play multiplayer games, or make Internet phone calls (VoIP).

DAP-1522 Firmware:

Notice:

Do NOT upgrade firmware on any D-Link product over a wireless connection.
Failure of the device may result. Use only hard-wired network connections.

Latest Version:1.21
Date:9/16/2009
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4 Comments

  • At 2010.11.11 20:02, Chat said:

    i need the step by step setup for making a wireless bridge with two d-link DWL-8200AP. please help me on this one… thank you very much.

    • At 2011.10.18 08:46, tom_m said:

      this is very good instructions for DAP-1522 , I think somebody might need some of this instruction…..good sharing….

      • At 2012.07.02 04:32, Jeff said:

        Is there any warranty on this worthless piece of junk?

        • At 2012.07.21 16:44, Matt said:

          Why does it say [above] that:

          “Latest Version:1.21
          Date:9/16/2009″

          …when my DAP-1522 claims to have version “1.40 , 15:33:06 01/14/2011″??

          Also, it would be nice if the auto-logout algorithm in the GUI were a little smarter. I appreciate the security measure (absent-minded, as I am) but there is definitely no tolerance for leisurely reading, tabbing too & fro… lots of nuisance logouts that way, so of course I have browser store password, thereby rendering the security measure pointless, anyway.

          Good job overall though, I only wish there were a ddwrt version for it! :-)


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