Feb 07

1 Q:Which wireless access points are compatible with both the DXS/DWS-3227 and the DXS/DWS-3227P wireless switches?

The following access points are compatible with the DXS/DWS-3227 as well as the DXS/DWS-3227P wireless switches:

* DWL-2130AP
* DWL-2230AP
* DWL-7130AP
* DWL-7230AP
* DWL-3230AP

2 Q:What do I need to use my Access Points with my wireless switch?

Step 1: A DHCP Server is required to be on the same Interface as the switch.
A DHCP Server is required for the Access Points to be discovered by
the switch.

Step 2: This line of switches utilizes Proprietary Access Points.

The DWL-7130AP and the DWL-7230AP and the DWL-2230AP as well as the DWL-2130AP´s

Step 3: The DXS line of switches also requires an additional Wireless license
provided from our DLink Sales Department.

3 Q:How many Access Points can be configured per switch?

You can only configure 10 Access Points per switch.

The DWS-3227/3227P/3250 comes with a 10 Access Point license.

The DXS-3227/3227P/3250 requires the purchase of additional software to enable the wireless feature. Once enabled, the switch will support 10 Access Point (10 Access Point license included).

4 Q:What is the maximum number of Access Points can I configure per switch?

You can configure a maximum of 50 access points per switch (with appropriate licenses), with Firmware version 1.0.1.109 or above.

Note: If you have multiple switches in Stack Mode, the stack acts as one physical switch and will only support 10 Access Points. To add more Access Points, additional Licenses will be required (additional licenses sold seperately).

You are also able to configure a maximum of 50 Access Points in Stack Mode.

Your slave/backup switch will also require another License key to manage your access points if your master goes down.

D-Link offers 25 and 50 User Licenses (sold seperately).

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