Sep 15

D-Link, the cost-effective, standards-based unified networking solutions provider for small- and medium-sized businesses, introduced today at ASIS International 2012 the new D-Link® DCS-7010L high-definition outdoor mini bullet camera with integrated cloud services support and the D-Link® DCS-7513 two-megapixel outdoor bullet camera featuring a Sony® Exmor wide dynamic range sensor. In addition, the D-Link DCS-6010L 360-degree IP camera and D-Link DCS-7413 two-megapixel outdoor bullet camera will be amongst the IP surveillance solutions on display at ASIS, showcasing D-Link’s vast range of indoor and outdoor IP surveillance solutions with networking and cloud services capabilities for small businesses.

“D-Link is committed to providing innovative, easily-managed surveillance solutions with streamlined integration to protect businesses 24/7, and the ASIS International conference is an ideal venue to demonstrate the latest cameras solutions,” said Vance Kozik, director of marketing, IP Surveillance for D-Link. “Beyond its latest surveillance products, D-Link offers customers a complete end-to-end solution for small and medium-sized business deployments to manage a range of security, storage and switching needs.”

With integrated cloud-service support, the DCS-7010L allows users to view video feed from anywhere with remote cloud access and mobile apps for both Apple® and Android devices, including the iPhone®, iPad® and Android tablets. Boasting 1280 x 800 resolution, the DCS-7010L offers day/night support with integrated IR LEDs, a microSD card slot, two-way audio, and PoE support. The DCS-7010L is IP66-rated and ONVIF™ compliant, and comes in an easy-to-mount package.

The DCS-7513 two-megapixel outdoor bullet camera features a Sony Exmor wide dynamic range sensor and a cable management bracket to ensure the cabling is protected from outdoor elements and secure from vandalism. A convenient motorized lens allows integrators or end users to remotely adjust the zoom level or focus through the camera’s web interface. Additionally, the DCS-7513 features P-Iris, a new lens technology that allows precise control over the iris position to optimize light sensitivity and lens depth of field.

The additional IP Surveillance cameras featured at ASIS round out D-Link’s high-quality solutions for a range of small business needs:

D-Link DCS-6010L:

As the first fisheye fixed dome network camera from D-Link, the DCS-6010L 360-degree network camera delivers a 180-degree panoramic view via wall mount or 360-degree surround view via ceiling mount without blind spots. The camera is equipped with original surround, panoramic views and regional views for various mounting applications. Cutting-edge image processing technology allows video captured via the fisheye lens to be converted to conventional rectilinear projection for user-friendly viewing and analysis, while its two-megapixel progressive scan CMOS sensor allows video streams to cover a larger scene with higher-resolution images than an analog CCTV camera.

D-Link DCS-7413:

The D-Link DCS-7413 bullet camera features a two-megapixel progressive scan CMOS sensor, offering low noise and high sensitivity for professional surveillance and security applications. Using an ARM SoC, the camera provides excellent real-time video quality and can handle multiple video streams with different configurations activated simultaneously to address varying requirements for live viewing and recording. The full-featured DCS-7413 also includes full HD resolution, built-in IR LEDs for increased visibility at night, Power over Ethernet (PoE) for flexible installation options, and input and output ports for connectivity to external devices such as PIR sensors, switches and alarm relays.

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Sep 15

1. Plug in your D-Link DIR-506L mini-USB to a powered USB port on a computer to begin use. This will also charge the battery if
you have one installed. Verify that the device status LED is on before continuing.

2.From your laptop or mobile device, go to your Wireless Utility to display the available wireless networks and select the Wi-Fi name that is printed on the Wi-Fi Configuration Note included in your package (ex: dlink-a8fa). Then, enter the Wi-Fi password also printed on the Wi-Fi Configuration Note (akbdj1936).

How to Set Up Your D-Link DIR-506L and Initial Setup Wizard

3. Open your web browser, and type http://192.168.0.1 in the address bar to begin the Setup Wizard.

Please follow the on-screen instructions to complete setup.

How to Set Up Your D-Link DIR-506L and Initial Setup Wizard

D-Link DIR-506L Initial Setup Wizard

This wizard is designed to guide you through a step-by-step process to configure your new D-Link router and connect to the Internet.

How to Set Up Your D-Link DIR-506L and Initial Setup Wizard

Click Next to continue.

If you chose Router mode, the DIR-506L will try to detect what type of Internet connection you have and will ask you for the related settings. Enter the settings for your connection and click Next.

How to Set Up Your D-Link DIR-506L and Initial Setup Wizard

If your Internet connection cannot be detected(or if you click the Prev button after the previous step), you will need to select which type of Internet connection you have. Select your Internet connection type, then click the Next button and enter the related settings.

Note: Most cable modem connections use DHCP, and most DSL modem connections use PPPoE. If you are not sure which connection type you use or what settings to enter, contact your Internet service provider.

How to Set Up Your D-Link DIR-506L and Initial Setup Wizard

Create a wireless security passphrase or key (between 8-63 characters). Your wireless clients will need to have this passphrase or key entered to be able to connect to your wireless network.

How to Set Up Your D-Link DIR-506L and Initial Setup Wizard

Click Next to continue.

Enter a password to secure configuration access to your router. Please note that this password will be used to log in to the configuration interface, but is not the same as the password used for your wireless network. Check the Enable Graphical Authentication box to enable CAPTCHA authentication for added security. Click Next to continue.

How to Set Up Your D-Link DIR-506L and Initial Setup Wizard

Select your time zone from the drop-down menu and click Next to continue.

Setup is complete, and your wireless network name and password will be displayed. It is recommended that you write this information down for future reference. Click Save to save your settings and reboot the router.

How to Set Up Your D-Link DIR-506L and Initial Setup Wizard

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Sep 14

The D-Link DIR-506L 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. You can also share files with other computers or devices on your wireless network by using the SharePort Mobile feature.

D-Link DIR-506L Features and Hardware Overview

• Faster Wireless Networking

– The provides an up to 150 Mbps* wireless connection with other 802.11n wireless clients. This capability allows users to participate in real-time activities online, such as video streaming, online gaming, and real-time audio.

• Compatible with 802.11g Devices

– The is still fully compatible with the IEEE 802.11g standards, so it can connect with existing 802.11g devices.

• Advanced Firewall Features

– The Web-based user interface displays a number of advanced network management features including:

• Content Filtering

– Easily applied content filtering based on MAC address and website address.

• Filter Scheduling

– These filters can be scheduled to be active on certain days or for a duration of hours or minutes.

• Secure Multiple/Concurrent Sessions

– The can pass through VPN sessions. It supports multiple and concurrent IPSec and PPTP sessions, so users behind the can securely access corporate networks.

• User-friendly Setup Wizard

– Through its easy-to-use Web-based user interface, the lets you control what information is accessible to those on the wireless network, whether from the Internet or from your company’s server. Configure your router to your specific settings within minutes.

Hardware Overview

D-Link DIR-506L Features and Hardware Overview

1.Device Status LED Indicator

If Device Status LED is flashing green when the device is on, power is being provided by the battery.
If Device Status LED is solid green when the device is on, battery is fully charged and power adapter attached.
If Device Status LED is solid amber when the device is on, the device is charging the battery.
If Device Status LED is solid amber when the device is off with the battery inside, the battery is charging.
If Device Status LED is solid red when the device is on, the battery is low.
If Device Status LED is flashing red when the device is on, the battery temperature is high.
If Device Status LED is off and the power adapter is plugged in, and battery has finished charging.
If Device Status LED is off, no power adapter is plugged in and no battery is inside.

2.WPS Button

Pressing the WPS button allows additional devices to connect securely and automatically.

3.Reset Button

Pressing the Reset button restores the DIR-506L to its original factory default settings.

4.USB Port

Connect a USB flash drive to configure the wireless settings using SharePort™ Mobile and SharePort™ Web File Access.
Both allow you to share a USB or a storage device with your local network.

5.USB LED Indicator

If the USB LED is solid green, a USB storage device is attached.
If the USB LED is flashing green, the DIR-506L is accessing files in the USB storage device.

6.Ethernet LED Indicator

If the Ethernet LED is solid green, an Ethernet connection is established
If the Ethernet LED is flashing green, data packets are being transferred via Ethernet

7.Wi-Fi LED Indicator

If the Wi-Fi LED is flashing green, a data packet transferred.
If the Wi-Fi LED is flashing green every second for two minutes, it is showing the WPS status.

D-Link DIR-506L Router Setup Diagram

D-Link DIR-506L Router Setup Diagram

D-Link DIR-506L Router Setup Diagram

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Sep 13

D-Link DIR-506L SharePort™ Go Mobile Companion Overview

Stream movies, music and photos to all your devices

D-Link DIR-506L SharePort™ Go Mobile Companion Overview

Sit back and enjoy your media files whether you’re at home or on a long road trip. Connect to your iPhone, iPad, or Android device with the free SharePort™ Mobile app. The app uses icons for easy navigation. What’s more, you can view and share music, videos and photos from your USB storage device to your iPhone, iPad or Android device.

Wirelessly expand your iPad and Smartphone storage

DIR506L Wirelessly expand storage

DIR506L Wirelessly expand storage

The SharePort™ Go adds portable, wireless storage to your iPhone, iPad and Android device, giving you more capacity for your favorite media. Just plug in a USB drive to instantly access and share your favorite movies, music, and photos – it’s that simple!

Turn any Internet connection into a Wi-Fi hotspot

Tired of weak wireless signal in your hotel room? Setting up for a conference and need a wireless network connection? The handy, little SharePort Mobile Companion is great for your traveling needs. Utilize the All-In-One Mobile Companion as a travel router or access point for instant strong wireless bandwidth anywhere where a wired network connection already exists.

The SharePort Go’s flexible operation modes, include:

  • Router/AP
  • Wi-Fi HotSpot

Charge and go!

DIR506L Charger

DIR506L Charger

Charging your SharePort Go is fast and easy. Simply use the included USB cable to plug it into your PC or laptop’s USB port; or, connect to an AC outlet using a standard USB power adapter, like the one you use with your iPhone or Android (USB power adapter not included). The SharePort Go will even charge your Smartphone, giving you an extra power source for your Smartphone when you need it. The rechargeable battery delivers up to 4 hours of ultimate mobility.

Easy to Set Up and Easy to Use

Setting up the SharePort Go is quick and simple. Connect to it wirelessly with a PC or mobile device and follow the steps in the built-in Setup Wizard to configure. With D-Link’s One-Touch AP Configuration and Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) button, connecting to an existing wireless network or adding wireless devices can be done with a push of a button.

D-Link also provides a free Quick Router Setup Mobile® (QRS) app for your iPhone, iPad or Android device for setting up the SharePort Go with your mobile device. It couldn’t be easier.

D-Link DIR-506L SharePort™ Go Mobile Companion Reviews

  • Stream and share media to your mobile devices
  • Transform any Internet connection into a Wi-Fi Hotspot
  • Turn any USB Flash drive into a wireless drive to unlock and unleash your content to all your mobile devices
  • Compact design and rechargeable battery deliver the ultimate in mobile connectivity

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Sep 13

In some countries, hotel rooms are connected via a LAN cable and Wi-Fi may be an optional paid service. That’s nice for a laptop, but what happens when you have a tablet or smartphone that you want to connect wirelessly?

A pocket router like the D-Link DIR-506L may be the answer.

Launched here late last week, this little gizmo lets you share a connection wirelessly among roommates at a hotel and even works on a rechargeable battery. You can plug it into a wall jack, but if you really want to bring it along on the go, it can be charged via USB as well.

Share an Internet connection on the go with this D-Link pocket router

Share an Internet connection on the go with this D-Link pocket router

But more than just a router, the D-Link DIR-506L has a built-in Shareport feature that lets you wirelessly share the contents of a hard drive or thumb drive plugged to its USB port.

In other words, if you got files to share, say, photos that you and your project group require on the road, this S$89 gadget will let everyone have them while you are all on the bus travelling from one place to another.

Finally, the DIR-506L can also double up as a tiny, unobtrusive repeater for your Wi-Fi network at home. In this mode, it merely helps to extend your wireless network while staying neatly out of sight.

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