Released June, 2010
The Pros:Useful for expanding an existing Gigabit network on a budget. Large 4K MAC address cable - more than most users will ever need. Design - features a sleek, clean looking enclosure.
The Cons:Likely overkill for those without high-volume network traffic. Questionable 'lifetime' warranty from the manufacturer.
The D-Link DGS-1008G is an 8-port, 10/100/1000 Gigabit switch featuring the Energy Star 5.0 and RoHS qualifications. As an upgrade from the standard Ethernet DES-1008E switch, the D-Link DGS-1008G provides much faster connectivity coupled with an abundance of environmentally friendly features, including CEC/MEPS regulation standards, auto port power-downs during no link activity, and the ability to adjust power usage according to the connected cable lengths.
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Plus it incorporates Jumbo Frame, QoS prioritization, and full-duplex support, as well as MAC Address Learning and auto MDI-MDI-X crossover. Unfortunately it sacrifices its predecessor’s capacity for the Power-of-Ethernet protocol.
- 8-Port, Gigabit Switch
- Geared for Mid/Large Offices
- Auto MDI-MDI-X Configuration
- Energy Star 5.0 Compliant
- ROHS/CEC/MEPS Compliant
- Auto Power-Down
- Energy Efficient Energy Usage
- Full-Duplex Mode
- IEEE 802.1p QoS Prioritization
- Jumbo Frame Support of
- Cable Diagnostics Function
- Auto MDI/MDI-X Crossover
- IEEE 802.3x Flow Control
- Plug & Play Installation
- MAC Address Learning
- Wall Mountable
- 24/7 Basic Installation Support
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
- RAM Buffer: 192 Kbytes per Device
- MAC Address Table: 4K Entries per Device
- Transmission: Store-and-Forward
- Topology: Star
- Protocol: CSMA/CD
- Standards: 802.3 10/100/1000, 802.3ab/x/p
- Warranty: 5-Year Limited
User Reviews (1)
useful for expanding an existing Gigabit network on a budget
large 4K MAC address cable - more than most users will ever need
design - features a sleek, clean looking enclosure
plug and play installation - easy to setup
supports many higher end features such as QoS and jumbo frames support
likely overkill for those without high-volume network traffic
questionable 'lifetime' warranty from the manufacturer
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