The DWM-315's dual-SIM capability provides redundancy, and Cat. 6 operation means speeds up to 300Mbps. Telstra 4GX and Optus 4G Plus are both supported, and the DWM-315 handles failover from the Ethernet WAN port to LTE.
The integrated VPN client and server supports IPSec, PPTP, L2TPv2 and GRE protocols in server mode, and handles key management, negotiation modes, multiple encryption and authentication options including VPN authentication using an internal user database.
The DWM-315 has a corrosion-resistant zinc-plated steel case, and a wide operating temperature and humidity range.
The $999.95 DWM-315 is available immediately.
In related news, D-Link also launched the D-ECS edge cloud IoT management system. Offered on an EaaS (edge as a service) basis, it is intended to help MSPs, SMBs and enterprises manage M2M and IoT devices.
Supported protocols and standards include SNMP, TR069, TR098, Eclipse MQTT broker, GPX metadata, and ONVIF Profile S.
Multi-tenant access and role-based administration make life easier for MSPs, and zero-touch deployment of devices avoids the need for truck-rolls and on-site support. MSPs can securely allow their clients to do as much or as little of the device management as they choose.
Other features include automatic failure detection and alerts, real-time status monitoring, support for "a virtually unlimited number of edge devices".
D-ECS has a 5G-native architecture, so it can be used with forthcoming 5G devices as well as existing 4G products.