DLINK DGL-4500 XTREME N GAMING ROUTER DESCARGAR DRIVER
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DLINK DGL-4500 XTREME N GAMING ROUTER DRIVER
D-Link DGL-4500 Extreme-N Selectable Dual-Band Gaming Router
When we have the router out of its packaging, we see that D-Link as shipped the in a protective cover. Like the DIR, there is also a large orange sticker informing us to run the setup disk first. This is a step in the installation process that we will be overlooking but for novices out there, running the included utility is a great idea as it assists in setting up wireless networks, securing them and helping the user get out to the Internet if needed.
With the plastic removed, we see the in all its glossy goodness. While the plastic cover initially helps keep the router DLINK DGL-4500 Xtreme N Gaming Router free, like any iPod owner can relate to, once this covering is removed, the surface scratches easily. In this shot we can see the raised OLED screen, a pair of buttons just underneath it and on the right hand side of the router, there is a small WPS button to aid in easily connecting your wireless client to the router with minimal work involved.
WPS has been something of a problematic setup for us in the past and sadly, we were unable to get it to work in our testing of the too. Moving around to the back of the router, we can see that the uses three antennas to broadcast and receive its wireless signals and all three connect using DLINK DGL-4500 Xtreme N Gaming Router connectorsgiving the end user the ability to upgrade their antennas if they see fit to do so.
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One error made in our DIR review was that we commented on the ability to use the USB port on the back of the router as a print server. This was false and in our forums we corrected the mistake. This is a process that we should see move to the way side as WPS has been showing up more and more in routers everywhere. In future routers from D-Link, I think it would DLINK DGL-4500 Xtreme N Gaming Router a great deal of functionality to their products if the USB port found on the back of their routers could be used to add network storage or even something as simple as adding a USB based printer.
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Like most D-Link routers, the DGL is wall mountable and also ships with a base to position it vertically. Using the two display navigation buttons, you can access various WAN, LAN, and wireless information via this little blue screen. While most of the information is just general information--current throughput, number of connected clients--it is a bit more useful than the typical status LEDs found on other routers.
While somewhat convenient, we found it this display frustrating because it turns on only when you press one of the navigation buttons, it turns itself off after about a minute, and there's no option to change the length of time it stays on. Why not DLINK DGL-4500 Xtreme N Gaming Router keep the display lit at all times by default, showing you your network connection status? It's not so bright as to be a distraction, even in a darkened room.
It supports dual-band operation, so you can run it in either the 2. You can't run both frequency bands at the same time, so unless your network is exclusively made up of Of course, you can mix However, if you want to be an early adopter and set-up the rest of your network with 5GHz-capable devices, you'll experience excellent performance. The 5GHz band has been implemented to provide wireless networks with cleaner signals, as the 2. MOTOROLA MG 16x4 Cable Modem Plus AC Dual Band Wi-Fi Gigabit Router DLINK DGL-4500 Xtreme N Gaming Router. NETGEAR Nighthawk X6S AC Tri-band WiFi Router, Gigabit Ethernet, MU-MIMO, Compatible.
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