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D-Link DAP-1620

D-Link DAP-1620

  • Type of device: Access Point, Repeater
  • Data link layer: Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11n (Wi-Fi 4), Gigabit Ethernet, IEEE 802.11ac (Wi-Fi 5)
  • Total data transfer rate: 1267 Mbit/s
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2 years ago*
Useless, DO NOT BUY! It is completely unreliable, it loses the signal, and has a very odd behavior in general. I also managed to connect 2 DAP-1620 units to run a wireless network for IPTV, it worked as long as you did a factory reset on both and configured them but as soon as one of the 1620 units lost power supply the link never went up again as it should. It also failed to stream IPTV stably, pixel errors became a bit now and then. The latest firmware is slightly better but it is still very unreliable as only regular extender and other devices prefer my router as AP and not the DAP-1620 device even though it is closer. Update: As a WIFI-> Ethernet bridge, however, it works quite well. So that function works anyway.
*Edited 5 months

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10 months ago
Need to restart it all the time Short range

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a year ago
Stable, never had connection problems. Forwards signal even in thickwalled house without problems from an asus router.

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2 years ago
Have used this in both my own home and others. It does not seem to like any climate since it does not prolong the signal worst long. And then it loses contact and you have to restart it relatively often. Regardless of the length from the router, it lost contact (this was at a distance of 5m in open space). I would not recommend anyone to buy this one.

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2 years ago
Poor extension. Dropping the connector often and the only way to regain it is to remove it from the wall socket.

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2 years ago
Borrowed a couple from the buddy (who gave up in turn) to be able to run as a repeater. The installation was really not direct plug-n-play, was warned before and only being able to sync it with WPS was no play. Didn't have the hassle in the end, but bought a pair of Tp-Link that was smoother to sync with the router.

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3 years ago*
Bought this a couple of months ago because it was cheap and had received some good reviews. Worst purchase. As soon as you have more demanding activity, it switches down or drops the signal completely. Must pull it out of the wall and plug in again to restart. Have had to do it basically everyday. Sent it to H-wheat. Went and bought a Ubiquiti Unifi today. Quality out of the fingertips. Absolutely magical!
*Edited 3 years

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3 years ago*
The installation was okay. Placed 5 meters from the router with a wall between. Got a direct full signal (3 green lines). However, lasted a day. Lost strength to only have an orange line, which is the worst possible connection you can have to the router. It gives me as much speed when I'm connected 2m from the one that connects me directly to the router that is 5m from a wall. Will return it.
*Edited 3 years

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4 years ago*
Uses it as an AP. Replaced a Netgear that I never had to work properly. Do it completely without problems, never need to reboot it. Comes up to about 130mbit / s on my laptop that lacks AC. Update: About 500mbit / s versus an HP x360. Plus for gigabit port and reasonable price!
*Edited 4 years

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4 years ago*
Have used this product as a Wifi Extender for 2 months and everything works fine but there's a break every 30 minutes that makes this product play online so I recommend watching another product or pulling a network cable to D-Link. 'one from the router. I have my D link in the hall and from the router and there are 2 concrete walls. Then from the D-link, it's a concrete wall and then my phenomenon occurs with interruptions of about 30 minutes apart, otherwise the speeds will work and so downstream / upstream will be perfect. So now I'll try to pull a cable nicely throughout the apartment and see if it works better without interruption later.
*Edited 4 years

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