Unified Wireless N Simultaneous Dual‑Band PoE Access Point
- Product Status: Phased Out
The DWL-6600AP is designed to be the best-in-class indoor Access Point for business environments. With high data transmission speeds, load balancing features, it can be deployed as a standalone wireless Access Point or used as the foundation for a managed wireless network.
Performance without Compromise
Using the latest generation of Wireless N technology, the DWL-6600AP delivers great wireless performance and coverage in a compact design.
Broadcast on 32 SSIDs Simultaneously
Supports up to 32 SSIDs, 16 per radio, including Station Isolation
The DWL-6600AP has an discrete design, similar in look to a smoke detector, so that it can be mounted easily onto any wall or ceiling without looking out of place in a office or home. DWL-6600AP comes with a choice of fire regulations compliant plenum-rated (DWL-6600AP) or non-plenum (DWL-6600AP/PC) housing.
Managed using D-Link’s Wireless Controller or Unified Wireless Switch
All D-Link’s Unified Wireless Access Points can be managed using D-Link’s Wireless Controller or Unified Switch.
Simultaneous Dual-Band Wireless
Supports up to 300Mbps for the 5Ghz band and up to 300Mbps for the 2.4Ghz band
Fast seamless roaming
Combining the DWL-6600AP with a Unified Wireless Switch or Controller allows you to create a wireless network that enables people to move freely around a building without losing connectivity.
Secure and Green Design
The DWL-6600AP has a wireless scheduler feature, which turns off wireless functionality when it isn’t needed, saving power and increasing network security.
Versatility built as Standard
Whether you intend to use a single Access Point or roll out a large corporate network, the DWL-6600AP coupled with a D-Link Wireless Controller or Switch makes managing your wireless network simple.
|Wireless Standard||B, G, N||B, G, N||B, G, N||B, G, N, AC|
|Frequency||2.4GHz||2.4GHz||2.4GHz, 5GHz||2.4GHz, 5GHz|
|Suggested number of users||Up to 25
|Up to 40
|Up to 75
|Up to 250
* Range indicates the maximum distance where the highest throughput can be achieved, anything beyond this distance results in a loss of throughput.