D-Link DI-714 Firmware 4.64 Publisher's description
D-Link DI-714 Firmware 4.64
The D-Link DI-714 is a broadband IEEE 802.11b compliant wireless gateway with a built in four-port switch. The DI-714 provides the ability to share a DSL or Cable Modem through either its four Ethernet ports or via its integrated Wireless IEEE 802.11b component. Also, the DI-714 is equipped with a serial port to connect an external analog modem for a backup dial-up connection. The DI-714 has an integrated Router and Firewall that provides NAT, DHCP, and packet filtering services between the local network and the Internet.
The D-Link DI-714 allows wireless LAN users to share a single Internet connection while providing the safety and security of port blocking, packet filtering, and a natural firewall. Static address support, integrated DHCP, PPPoE, and device name support will allow it to connect to nearly any broadband provider whether Cable or DSL based, and at the same time simplify local area network settings.
The DI-714 provides two levels of security support. First, it masks local IP addresses from others on the Internet making it much more difficult for a hacker to target a machine on the network. Secondly, the DI-714 blocks outgoing ports unless required by applications specified in Virtual Server settings.
The DI-714 provides special pass through support for common VPN implementations including PPTP (Point to Point Tunneling Protocol), L2TP (Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol) and IPSec*. The Virtual Server feature allows the user to expose HTTP, FTP, Game Servers and other local services to be accessible to Internet users located outside of the LAN. A DMZ setting can be applied to a single client behind the DI-714 to expose it to the Internet and ensure complete Internet application compatibility even if specific ports are not known.
Firmware versions 4.59 and up support Microsoftï¿½s IPSEC implementation in the following configuration:
Use only DES encryption in ESP mode with no encapsulation, no Integrity, in Tunnel mode and using a pre-shared key.
Maximum wireless signal rate based on IEEE Standard 802.11b specifications. Actual data throughput will vary. Network conditions and environmental factors, including volume of network traffic, building materials and construction, and network overhead, lower actual data throughput rate.
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