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The DIR-412 Mobile Wireless Router from D-Link allows you to take a mobile broadband connection and use it as a local WiFi network. With a 3.5G USB adapter for mobile broadband connectivity attached, the incoming connection is then shared via an 802.11n wireless network. The standard Ethernet port can be used as a primary or backup connection.
Built with 802.11n technology, which is able to broadcast a signal with up to 4x the speed of 802.11g, the DIR-412 is able to provide better reception and greater overall coverage for your wireless needs.
The DIR-412 D-Link Mobile Wireless Router allows users to access mobile broadband worldwide. Simply insert a compatible 3.5G USB adapter and share your 3.5G Internet connection through a secure, high-speed 802.11 wireless network. Enjoy increased speed and range over traditional 802.11g/b standards thanks to the latest Wireless N 150 technology. A 10/100 Ethernet WAN port allows you to attach a DSL or Cable modem as the primary or backup link, while auto-failover ensures an uninterrupted connection by automatically connecting to your 3.5G network whenever s link is lost.
Advanced Network Security
The DIR-412 ensures a secure Wi-Fi network through the use of WPA / WPA2 wireless encryption. Simply press the WPS button to quickly establish a secure connection to new devices. The device also utilizes dual-active firewalls (SPI and NAT) to prevent potential attacks and intrusions.
Simple To Use
The DIR-412 Mobile Wireless Router can be installed quickly and easily almost anywhere. This router is great for situations where an impromptu wireless network must be set-up, or wherever conventional network access is unavailable. The router can even be installed on buses, trains, or boats, allowing passengers the ability to check e-mail or work online while commuting.