Are you one of those who ultimately got fed up with your Wi-Fi and wireless network’s
limited range and effective reach, and then smartly switched to D-Link’s PowerLine network? If yes, then here’s another good reason why you made the right choice – the new D-Link PowerLine AV 500 Adapter. Using this networking gadget, you can further expand your PowerLine network anywhere in your home or office, and that even includes areas impervious to Wi-Fi signals. The PowerLine AV 500 also allows you to setup an up to 500 Mbps high-speed cheap viagra networking connection when and where you need it the most.
For those who are unfamiliar with D-Link PowerLine, it’s a wired networking solution that utilizes the existing electrical wiring and power outlet of any home or building to transfer digital data between an Internet gateway device and network-enabled devices like HDTVs, Boxee Box, Blu-Ray Players, NAS,
and game consoles. It instantly transforms any standard power outlet into an Ethernet port for “wall to wall” connection without having to layout new cables, drill walls, and configure wireless routers. The PowerLine AV 500 Adapter is the perfect networking add-on for homes, small offices, and even multi-storied buildings where thick concrete walls and multiple floors can drastically reduce a router’s wireless range and create unnecessary “dead spots”. Furthermore, since the PowerLine Network smartly transmits data and electricity thru wires in different frequencies, it doesn’t suffer from ambient and electrical interference, and carries s no risk of electrical shorting.
Setting up the D-Link PowerLine AV 500 Adapter is no-brainer, simply plug it into a power outlet, press the “Simple Connect” button, and voila! You’re now connected. For a secure connection, the adapter uses a 128-bit AES data security encryption that can be enabled with a simple push of a button. Finally, if you’re one of those who want to be future-ready, know that this PoweLine adapter is IPV6 certified.
To know more about the IPv6, here are some IPv6 articles on the Allstream blog.