Configuring the D-Link Dir-300 Router


Using the DIR-300 wireless router, you can quickly organize a wireless network at home and in the office, which will allow your employees or members of your family to connect to the wireless network almost anywhere (within the wireless coverage area). The router can act as a base station for connecting to a wireless network devices that operate according to the standards 802.11b, 802.11g and 802.11n (at speeds up to 150 Mbps).

The router has many features for the wireless interface. The device supports several security standards (WEP, WPA / WPA2), filtering connected devices by MAC address, and also allows the use of WPS and WMM technologies.

In addition, the device is equipped with a button to turn off / on the Wi-Fi network. If necessary, for example, when leaving home, you can turn off the wireless network of the router with the click of a button, while devices connected to the LAN ports of the router remain on the network.

4 port switch

The built-in 4-port router switch allows you to connect computers equipped with Ethernet adapters, game consoles and other devices to your network.


The DIR-300 Wireless Router has a built-in firewall. Advanced security features minimize the effects of hackers and prevent intrusions into your network and access to unwanted sites for users of your local network.

Easy setup and update

A simple and convenient built-in web-interface (available in several languages) is used to configure the DIR-300 wireless router.

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