DSL-2875AL features a built-in 10/100 Ethernet port, an 802.11ac wireless access point, firewall protection, and QoS for smooth and secure transfer of photos, files, music, video, and e-mail over the Internet.
Fast and Reliable Home Network
This Dual Band Wireless AC750 ADSL2+ Modem Router connects a group of users to the Internet, allowing multiple computers at home or the office to share an integrated high speed ADSL2+ connection.
mydlink™ Cloud Services - total control of your network
This router comes with the unique mydlink™ Cloud Services, so that you can monitor and manage your home network from wherever you are, 24/7, via the mydlink™ portal from your laptop or via a free app for your Smartphone or tablet. Keep up to date when new devices are connecting to your network, block unwanted access or monitor in realtime websites that are being visited - great for parents.
Smooth Streaming with Wireless AC
The DSL-2875AL provides revolutionary 802.11ac wireless speed – up to 750Mbps2 (combined 433 AC + 300 N) – for flawless HD video streaming to multiple devices. The DSL-2875AL provides 300Mbps3 Wireless N speed, so it’s compatible with all your current wireless devices. The DSL-2875AL even boasts a high-powered amplifier for wall-to-wall coverage. Perfect for large homes to alleviate black spots or dead zones.
1Computer must adhere to Microsoft’s recommended System Requirements. The software included with this product is not Mac or Linux compatible.
2This unit complies with ADSL standards worldwide. It supports a basic downstream rate of 8Mbps with ADSL and is capable of up to 12/24Mbps with ADSL2/2+ with an upstream of 1Mbps. ADSL speeds may vary depending on the individual contract with an Internet Service Provider and the distance of the unit from the ISP’s DSLAM.
3Maximum wireless signal rate derived from IEEE Standard 802.11ac specifications. Actual data throughput will vary. Network conditions and environmental factors, including volume of network traffic, building materials and construction, and network overhead, lower actual data throughput rate. Environmental factors will adversely affect wireless signal range.