5-Port 10/100Mbps Switch for SOHO
D-Link 5-Port 10/100Mbps Switch for SOHO
5 Auto-sensing 10/100Mbps Ports
The switch comes with 5 10/100Mbps ports, allowing a small workgroup to flexibly connect to Ethernet ad Fast Ethernet and integrate. These intelligent ports detect the network speed and auto-negotiate between 100BASE-TX
and 10BASE-T, as well as between full- and half-duplex.
Flow Control for Secure Transmission
All ports support 802.3x flow control. This function minimizes dropped packets by sending out collision signals when the port's receiving buffer is full. Flow
control is available in the full-duplex mode.
Auto-negotiation of MDI/MDIX Cross Over
All ports support auto-negotiation of MDI/MDIX cross over. This eliminates the need for cross over cables or uplink ports. Any port can simply plug to a server, a hub or a switch, using the usual straight-through twisted-pair cable.
With 5 plug-and-play ports, the switch is a perfect choice for the small workgroup to upgrade performance in a client/server environment. The ports can be connected to servers in full-duplex, or hubs in half-duplex.
With low-cost connection per-port, the switch can also be set up for direct connection from the PCs. This relieves data bottleneck by giving each workstation a dedicated bandwidth on the network.
10/100Mbps Network Kit
For network starters, a convenient kit is available for ready installation. This kit includes a DES-1005D switch, 2 10/100Mbps Fast Ethernet PCI cards, and 2 6-meter (20-foot) UTP cables.
5 10/100Mbps ports
Per-port auto MDI/MDIX
All ports support full/half-duplex, network speed autonegotiation
Per-port 802.3x flow control for protection against data loss
Auto-learning of network configuration
Secure store-and-forward switching scheme
Auto-correction of reverse twisted-pair polarity
D-Link 5-Port 10/100Mbps Switch for SOHO. Copper ethernet cabling technology: 100Base-TX,10Base-T. Networking standards: IEEE 802.3u,IEEE 802.3x. MAC address table: 2000 entries, Maximum data transfer rate: 0.1 Gbit/s. Data link protocols: Ethernet, Fast Ethernet. Power consumption (typical): 3.6 W