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DAP-1360 telnet support

by finale781 / October 4, 2012 4:51 PM PDT

Hi everybody.
I am an instructor at a IT training college and our network admin has just purchased a D-link DAP-1360 Wireless N Access Point for the students to practice on for their practical exams.

Previous wireless APs that we were using supported remote telnet access using the Windows command prompt to edit settings on the router.

Now, when i tried using the DAP-1360 I couldn't find any settings to enable telnet and i also didn't seem to find anything on the internet saying that it does support telnet. Could someone please clarify whether it could support telnet access?


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new routers
by bill012 / October 4, 2012 11:48 PM PDT

It is rare to see any consumer router that has anything other than web access. Most provide no out of band console also. Now they put WPS buttons on for the people who can't even figure out how to run the web browser. What can you do when the manufactures dumb devices down to the level of person who has trouble operating a toaster.

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As noted. Rare in consumer devices.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / October 5, 2012 12:24 AM PDT

The new way is the web browser. Your higher end gear may still use the telner or terminal access.

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