India-based networking company D-Link has rolled out the DIR-300, an entry-level Wireless G router for home and small office users, in the Indian market. By simply connecting the DIR-300 to a cable or a DSL modem, one can share a broadband internet connection with numerous computers.
D-Link’s DIR-300 router incorporates stateful Packet Inspection along with firewall functions to protect the users’ network from malicious attacks. This router also brings in good news for parents who want to keep a track on their child’s internet usage, as its scheduling parental control allows them to have more flexible control on their child’s internet activity. The new Wireless G router enables users to share the web via wired as well as wireless connection.
Based on the 802.11g standard, the DIR-300 router is backward compatible with 802.11b. Wireless encryptions such as WEP, WPA and WPA2 are supported to make certain that the data gets securely transmitted over the wireless network. In addition, the bundle also packs in a quick router setup wizard utility to assist users in setting up the unit for their networks and online with the help of a few clicks.
Key feature of the D-Link DIR-300 Wireless G Router include:
The D-Link DIR-300 entry-level Wireless G router for home and small office users is available in India at around Rs. 2625/- (excluding taxes).