Gigabit port


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Gigabit port

A 10/100/1000 Ethernet port. See Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet.
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The new platform supports 7 Gigabit ports in addition to the already shipping model of Application Switch II of 5 Gigabit ports and 16 Fast Ethernet ports.
With these option modules, the 16-port product can be configured as a sixteen port 10/100 with two Gigabit ports (16+2), a 24 port 10/100 switch with one Gigabit port (24+1), or a 32 port 10/100 switch.
A secondary 802.3af- compliant PoE pass-through Gigabit port enables users to connect and power an additional PoE-compliant device such as an IP surveillance camera or access point for greater deployment flexibility and to reduce the cost of expanding the network.
The DGS-3420 xStack series offers high Gigabit port densities, Gigabit small form-factor pluggable (SFP) and 10-Gigabit SFP+ support.
"The Gigabit port of the DES-1009G works with standard copper cabling to provide increased performance for high-bandwidth activities such as video streaming, network servers, and graphic workstations."
Comparing routing switch ports, currently you pay 3.5 times more for a Gigabit port than a Fast Ethernet port.
With Gigabit port stacking mode, the device allows 2 Gbps links between stacked switches.
To create a large video archive, DVR allows the operator to connect Smartec STG-ES disk arrays connected through a special gigabit port. In addition, STR-3293 can back up video from the archive on a CD/DVD or flash card via DVD-RW drive and USB port respectively.

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