D-Link Layer 2 Gigabit DGS-F1210-26PS-E
Power Over Ethernet
The D-Link Layer 2 Gigabit supports both IEEE 802.3at and IEEE 802.3af PoE protocol. With a total PoE budget of 250 watts.
allowing users to attach an IEEE 802.3af-compliant device to the DGS-F1210-26PS-E without requiring additional power.
PoE is especially suitable for devices that are far from power outlets or when users want to minimize the clutter.
of extra cables as power is supplied via the Ethernet cables themselves.
Extensive Management and Layer 2 Features
The DGS-1210 Series comes equipped with a complete lineup of L2 features, including IGMP snooping, port mirroring,
Spanning Tree Protocol (STP), and Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP).
The IEEE 802.3x Flow Control function allows servers to directly connect to the switch for fast, reliable data transfers.
The Series also supports advanced features such as static routing, which allows for communication between different user groups .
in different VLAN segments in a network. The switch can directly handle inter VLAN routing using multiple interfaces.
making the network run faster and more efficiently. And, because the switches can manage internal routing.
the network router can be assigned to handle external traffic routing only.
Comprehensive Security Features to Protect Your Network
D-Link’s innovative Safeguard Engine protects switches against traffic flooding and virus attacks.
802.11X port-based authentication allows the network to be authenticated through external RADIUS servers.
In addition, the Access Control List (ACL) feature enhances network security and helps to protect the internal IT network.
Five of the nine models in the DGS-1210 series family support Power-over-Ethernet capabilities.
simplifying deployments with IP cameras, VoIP phones, wireless access points, and other powered devices.
These models include the DGS-1210-10P, DGS-1210-10MP, DGS-1210-28P, DGS-1210-28MP and DGS-1210-52MP.
. Using the switch’s management interface, an can control various PoE functions, such as cameras or access points.
from anywhere on the network, including over the Internet.
They also support time-based PoE, which allows administrators to set a time window that determines.
when each port’s PoE power is turned on and off. All PoE models support the IEEE 802.3af and 802.3at standards.
and each PoE power budget varies per model.