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  • Properties:
  • System Process: No
  • Background Process: Yes
  • Application Process:No
  • Common Path:
    C:\ Program Files\ DLink AirPlus\ wlanmon.exe
  • Uses Network:Yes
  • Uses Internet:Yes

The wlanmon.exe process is a utility that connects and monitor the D-Link AirPlus DWL-650+ Wireless PCI Adapter from D-Link, one of the industrys pioneer in design, development, and manufacture of networking products. It introduced another breakthrough in wireless connectivity, which is the series of D-Link AirPlus high speed devices.

The D-Link AirPlus Adapter provides performance 20% more than the 11Mbps standard giving users the full advantage of the fastest wireless speed within the 2.4GHZ band and is fully compliant with the 802.11b standard of IEEE. The Adapter also features the latest in wireless technology of the silicon chips for enhanced security.

The wlanmon.exe process installs the D-Link AirPlus Adapters driver automatically connecting it to the wireless network. It comes with an installation wizard that simplifies the process of device discovery and device driver configuration. It is used to configure the Adapter in Ad Hoc Mode directly connecting it with other PC cards to have peer-to-peer file sharing. The process also provides settings to connect the Adapter in Infrastructure Mode with a router or a wireless access point enabling it access to the Internet in your network.

The wlanmon.exe application has a built-in user friendly interface and basic parental control features. It also provides increased privacy and security through the 256-bit WEP encryption alongside MAC address authentication. This provides users with much higher level of protection for your data and wireless communication from intruders and attackers.

The wlanmon.exe process has the ability to discover nearby wireless networks through the Site Survey feature. It can also create and save the detailed profiles of that connectivity. This configuration utility keeps track of your most often accessed and most frequently used network, thus rejoining them is a straightforward process.


This is a safe process. There is no necessity to remove this process from your system or change it in any way.