D-Link Wireless N DIR-615 Wireless router – 4-port switch

KSh8,000.00 KSh7,500.00

Buy D-Link Wireless N DIR-615 Wireless router – 4-port switch from Beiyangu, Nairobi Kenya

  • Network protection – dual active firewalls (SPI & NAT) to prevent potential attacks from outside intruders
  • Backward compatible – works with wireless 802.11b/g adapters



Buy D-Link Wireless N DIR-615 Wireless router – 4-port switch from Beiyangu, Nairobi Kenya

Wireless N Home Router

The D-Link DIR-615 Wireless N Home Router is an 802.11n (Draft) compliant device designed for users that demand higher performance networking at the best cost. By connecting the DIR-615 router to a cable or DSL modem, users will be able to share their high-speed Internet access with everyone on the network and create a secure wireless network to share photos, music, video, printers and digital media players throughout their home.

High performance with whole home coverage

Based on 802.11n (Draft) technology with a 2×2 antenna design, the DIR-615 Wireless N Home Router transmits and receives multiple streams of data, providing superior whole home coverage whilst eliminating dead spots.
By adding a Wireless N notebook or desktop adapter, users can stay connected to their network from virtually anywhere in their home.
Wireless N technology also works with existing 802.11g and 802.11b wireless devices.
In addition, the router enforces a “good neighbour” policy, ensuring that it will not create interference for neighbouring networks. This is achieved by reducing the amount of radio spectrum used when detecting a legacy 802.11g/b network in the vicinity.

Simplified wireless security

The router supports the Wi-Fi Alliance’s standard for wireless security at the touch of a button. With Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS), the wireless network name (SSID) and encryption keys are automatically generated and broadcast to the client devices. Users do not have to memorise complicated passwords and key them in several times. This considerably simplifies the process of setting up security on the wireless network.