Tiny Versatile Device offers: Access Point, Router, Wireless Client

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The device, which measures 3.25 x 2.5 x 0.75 inches, offers 802.11b/g connectivity and can function as an access point, router, or wireless client. It draws power from an included AC adapter, but can also be powered by a notebook’s USB port. D-Link supplies a carrying case for the unit and its cables.

A switch on the back of the Wireless Pocket Router/AP is used to select its function. In access-point mode, the device can create a wireless connection wherever a single Ethernet connection is present. The router mode, designed for sharing broadband connections among multiple devices, features an internal DHCP server that automatically assigns IP addresses to connected devices, supports VPN pass-through, and includes firewall capabilities such as Network Address Translation and MAC filtering.

When switched to wireless client mode, the unit enables users to access existing wireless networks from any Ethernet-equipped device.