product line delivers the performance and manageability required for small and medium business networks. With simple web based configuration, support for port-based VLAN, 16 or 24 gigabit ports, and two auto-sensing mini-GBIC ports, the switches are designed for easy installation, management, and expansion.
To install a , you need the following:
A computer with an Ethernet adapter installed
An ethernet cable
For access to the switch's Web User Interface, you also need the following:
To use the Smart Switch Configuration Utility, the computer must be running Windows XP or 2000.
If you are not using a Windows operating system, you can perform all configuration functions through the Web User Interface.
LEDs indicate the status of the switch. For more information about these indicators, see LEDs.
Ethernet ports can connect the switch to network-ready devices. These ports can operate in half-duplex mode for 10/100Mbps and full-duplex mode for 10/100/1000Mbps.
Each GBIC port can connect the switch to an optical networking device or another
When you use a GBIC port, the corresponding Ethernet port is disabled.
Reset button returns settings to their factory defaults.
Power connector supports input voltages in the range 100–240V AC at 50–60Hz.
Not receiving power
CPU is active
CPU is not active
mini-GBIC module installed and connected
No mini-GBIC module installed
Link is up
Port is transmitting or receiving data
Link is down
Link rate is 1000 Mbps
Link rate is not 1000 Mbps
Link rate is 100 Mbps
Link rate is not 100 Mbps
Complies with IEEE802.3, IEEE802.3u, IEEE802.3ab IEEE802.3z
Supports IEEE 802.3x flow control for full-duplex mode ports and back-pressure flow control for half-duplex mode ports
Supports 802.11p QoS traffic prioritization
Embedded 512KB RAM for packet buffering
Integrated address look-up engine, supports 8K absolute MAC addresses
Web based configuration of key functionality, including:
Port-based Virtual LAN
Quality of Service (QoS)
Port configuration setting: speed, duplex mode, and device flow control