Cloud-Managed Network System Supports MSPs And SMBs

D-Link's Nuclias cloud-managed network solution arms managed service providers (MSPs) and small-to-medium business (SMB) owners with a system that can remotely set up, configure, monitor, troubleshoot, and manage network infrastructures across multiple sites anytime, anywhere. The platform includes a comprehensive lineup of components that includes switches, access points, and firewall routers featuring ZTD, scalability, pay-as-you-grow subscriptions, and support.

 

With its zero-touch provisioning and scalable architecture, users can deploy and streamline networks to support an unlimited number of devices across multiple sites. Once set up, administrators can manage the network from the online portal and app, using both to capture and analyze advanced traffic reports and real-time insights into every connected device. Additional features include secure role-based administration system, auditable change logs, authentication via captive portal, 802.1x, RADIUS server, automated network monitoring, and Facebook and Google login support for guest Wi-Fi access.

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The DBA-1210P access point is available today and D-Link will continue to roll out Nuclias capability on a range of products throughout the year, including Gigabit smart-managed switches with optional PoE and fiber connectivity as well as access points featuring MU-MIMO, PoE support, and up to 3x3 concurrent dual-band 802.11 ac Wi-Fi.

For more details, visit D-Link Systems, Inc.

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