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8.3 out of 10

D-Link DAP-2310

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Overall 10

Five Stars

Noah Grimm, Amazon
25 February 2015
Overall 10

Solid little WAP

Bryan S., Newegg
29 December 2014
  • Summary: This is essentially D-Link's entry level SOHO WAP. Single frequency design, which is okay as I wasn't concerned about 5GHz. They need to clean up and follow more conventional networking with their VLAN and SSID configurations. I had trouble getting multiple SSIDs working, but I'll get it once I find some more in-depth documents.
  • Pros: Reliable, strong signal. Small form factor. Has capability to handle VLAN tags and multiple SSIDs.
  • Cons: Configuring multiple SSIDs was not straightforward. VLAN configuration was goofy, to say the least (at least when one is used to professional grade gear, such as Foundry/Brocade or Cisco). There was no setting to block access to admin screen from the wifi network, such as the old IronPoint 200 had (old Foundry WAP). No option to configure just "g/n" -- it's "b/g/n" or "n" -- kind of irritating. The old "b" standard shouldn't be forced into the mix like that, definitel...
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Overall 4

Frequent reboots required

Michael A., Newegg
30 November 2014
  • Pros: //good range with strong signal. Fast speeds.
  • Cons: Initially all was good with this access point. Connecting about 10-15 devices around house. Range was good and connectivty seemed fine. In the past few months it has developed a very annoying habit of failing to transmit data. Devices will read as connected but there really is no active connection. This is most noticeable on a LG DVD player with wireless that we use to watch netflix. However ipads, my sons computer and laptops are all variably affected. It is becoming...
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Overall 10

Excellent access point

Maitra'D, Amazon
29 September 2014
  • Summary: Works very well. I installed it in my garage to reach out to the backyard. I get coverage now at my property boundary in back. You have to change your computers IP address to access the login page but once you do that you can change the AirPremier's address to be in your routers address range. I give it 5 stars since I have no negatives.
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Overall 8

Good AP, You need to know two things

Stephen E., Newegg
26 August 2014
  • Pros: Good stable AP, management software helps out for some configuration items.
  • Cons: Many reviewers think that this will auto default when losing power. This access point has two step configuration saves. The first step is to apply all your changes on the various pages, the second step is to "save and apply" which will reboot the AP and write the changes to the flash. Some people don't read the manuals. The second thing you need to know is that the firmware deployment via the AP Array software will brick your AP consistently. Newegg will send replacem...
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Overall 2

Can't configure

Michael F., Newegg
29 April 2014
  • Pros: can't find any - can't configure
  • Cons: documentation is abysmal and little support. Trying to use access point on network, but can't find it to configure. So direct connected to computer as suggested in documentation - but device doesn't respond. CD has some programs on it but no explanation of what they are for, and when you try to download they won't run. Troubleshooting is written for Windows XP(!) and won't work on my Win 7 or win 8 machines
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Overall 10

Great AP

Stewart V., Newegg
20 February 2014
  • Summary: It's in my third floor apartment, signal works great from the basement apartment. I have about 10 wifi devices that connect to it.
  • Pros: SNMP enabled, great web interface, strong signal.
  • Cons: none
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Overall 8

Overall Good AP

Stephan G., Newegg
6 January 2014
  • Summary: For those reviewers who say the device returns back to default configurations after a power loss, they did not properly save their configurations. There are two steps to have your configuration changes saved permanently - 1) (after making your changes), click Save at the bottom of the page. 2) Click "Configuration" at the top of the page, then click "Save and Activate".
  • Pros: This access point has good range, and overall solid connectivity. It includes some security features which I enjoy, such as hard coding the MAC address of the default gateway to help prevent arp poisoning (for the default gateway IP) on the AP. It also allows for remote log collection (sending a copy of the AP's logs to another server for long term storage/easier sorting and searching). SSH connectivity (which disables Telnet by default if this is enabled) is a nice p...
  • Cons: Have had two incidents so far where my laptop would associate correctly with the AP, and my DHCP server would show that it handed an address to the laptop but the laptop would not apply the address to the wireless interface for some reason. I would need the issue to happen again and perform some more digging to decide what is at fault here, but I didn't have this issue with my old AP. Does not offer the 5GHz frequency, but it specified that in its description/details ...
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Overall 8

D-Link AirPremier DAP-2310

HZ, Office Depot
28 December 2013
  • Excerpt: Works great. I had to contact D-Link tech suppport to get this setup and installed. Don't waste time trying to set it up without tech support's help.
  • Pros: Performance
  • Cons: difficult to set up., needs additional documentation for set up
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Overall 10

Works well

Jon D., Newegg
27 December 2013
  • Pros: Use works, easy to setup for users with decent understanding of networking.
  • Cons: None
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