Earlier this week D-Link unveiled some new home networking gear that was nice. Today the company is back with the launch of a new modem for DSL users called the DSL-2740B. The new router is for ADSL2+ users and has an integrated router that allows you to have your modem and wireless network router in one device rather than two.
The wireless router portion supports 802.11n speeds up to 300 mbps and is backwards compatible with older WiFi specifications as well. The router is IPv6 ready and has a number of security and speed enhancements over older products in the line. The router has WPA/WPA2 and WEP data encryption. It also has four fast Ethernet ports to connect to local computers.
The router also has TR-069 management support and is compatible with any ISP according to D-Link. Other security features include SPI, a hacker attack log that inspect packets before they come in, and protection against DoS attacks. The new modem is available right now for $79.99 online and in stores.