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D-Link DAP-2360
8.0 out of 10

D-Link DAP-2360

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Overall 8

Not bad but...

Tony M., Newegg
11 October 2014
  • Summary: I've had four of these running for many months now and never had to reboot a single one.
  • Pros: Good range, solid design. Wall-mountable.
  • Cons: The power sockets on two of these went flaky on me, but using PoE still worked.
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Overall 10

These are working well with our DIR-835 router..

Gary Russell "garyofaeo", Amazon
3 May 2014
  • Summary: We have two of these APs serving a large restaurant with multiple rooms, and connected to a D-Link router DIR-835. These APs and router were easy to configure and to install, am using the PoE.
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Overall 10

Perfect AP/Bridge for commercial or wide-area residential

The Gadgeteer "The Gadgeteer", Amazon
11 October 2012
  • Summary: Dlink's AirPremier N PoE AP/Bridge replaces an older model 3200AP, which was a fantastic access point all on its own. Both are completely compatible with the other. Basic differences and likely the reason for price difference is that the current model does not come with the PoE adapter.
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Overall 2

Bad Product

Annapolitan, Amazon
22 August 2012
  • Summary: The DAP-2360 is a bad product. It is unstable - has to be rebooted at least once/day, and loses the signal constantly, sometimes never coming back, which then prompts a reboot. I have had the Dlink 2553, which as a lesser product is actually much better.
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Overall 4

Not for critical applications

Frederick H., Newegg
19 August 2012
  • Summary: Stay the heck away from this thing.
  • Pros: Has standard antenna jacks. Works reasonably well in a single-AP application
  • Cons: Not compatible with WDS in any other model, including from D-Link. You can only use this in WDS with another DAP2360. Pre-sales at D-Link even told me that it would work in a WDS environment with a DWL-3200AP. Firmware is incredibly buggy, and certain combinations of configuration options cause i...
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Overall 10


Anastasios V., Newegg
6 June 2012
  • Summary: I'm just using it as an access point to replace the unsatisfying performance of two different consumer router/wi-fi units. Not using any VLAN, multi-SSID etc. stuff so I can't comment on that, but if you're looking for a better wireless performance for your home network, this is great.
  • Pros: Excellent signal strength and connection stability compared to the typical consumer wi-fi router solutions. It replaced the wi-fi part of a couple of all-in-one router/wi-fi units and the difference is nigh and day. Stronger signal and completely stable (like being plugged in). I turned off the w...
  • Cons: None so far, except if you count cost. Yeah, it's more expensive but it's in a different league, so it's worth it to me.
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Overall 2

Not up to the DWL-3200AP's reliability

Michael G., Newegg
16 May 2012
  • Summary: I chose this for two different clients because of my great experience with the DWL-3200AP. Both clients are having issues with their DAP-2360 and must power cycle them constantly.
  • Pros: Supports multiple SSIDs on different VLANS
  • Cons: D-Link has never released a firmware beyond 1.0 and this thing has bugs. Sometimes loses ping and acts unreliably after less than 24 hours uptime. This in inexcusable.
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Overall 10

Replaces the old DWL-3200

ann r., Newegg
11 April 2012
  • Summary: I am running a half a dozen of the old D-Link DWL-3200AP access points and have found them to be mostly bulletproof if you are in need of a rugged metal case AP. This model adds Wireless-N to the same case and is painted white.
  • Pros: These are rugged, will handle many connections at once, POE and have lots of options
  • Cons: Mount a little tricky to fasten to wall.
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Overall 10

User Review

N-21, citilink.ru
11 August 2014
Overall 10

Professioneller Access Point auch für den Hausgebrauch

John Do, Amazon
24 January 2014
  • Summary: Warum D-Link und nicht Cisco? Im Grunde heißt es ja immer, wer ein vernünftiges Netzwerk aufbauen möchte, kauft "Cisco". Als ich mich dem Thema "Vernetzung" zugewannt habe, war ich auf der Suche nach einem Hersteller, der eine Breite an Qualitäts- und Preisansprüchen abdecken kann.
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