Released January, 2010
The Pros:Lower cost than most 8 port Gigabit switches on the market. Doesn't draw much power while in operation. Runs completely silently, no fan inside.
The Cons:Doesn't allow you to do much configuration.
The TRENDnet TEG-S5g is an entry-level, 5-port Gigabit switch designed as a slight improvement over the TEG-S50g. It adds along an improved 11K Mac Address table that maximizes packet filtering and the forwarding rate.
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Like its predecessor, the TEG-S5g relies on GREENnet technology to reduce power consumption by 70%. Core to the switch is its store-and-forward switching architecture with non-blocking wire-speed performance. Plus the unit also supports Jumbo Frames up to 9216bytes; IEEE 802.3x Flow Control for full-duplex mode; and 104Kbytes of RAM data buffering. For convenience, the switch is Plug & Play and includes diagnostic LEDs.
- Entry-Level Gigabit Switch
- Improves over TEG-S50g
- Adds Larger Mac Address Table
- 5 Gigabit Ports
- GREENnet Technology
- Reduced Power Consumption
- Store/Forward Switching
- Non-Blocking Wire-Speed Performance
- Jumbo Frames
- Plug and Play
- Diagnostic LEDs
- Standards: IEEE 802.3 10Base-T, 100Base-TX, 1000Base-T
- Standards: IEEE 802.3x
- Protocol: CSMA/CD
- Topology: Star
- Switch Fabric: 10Gbps Forwarding
- Interface: 5 10/100/1000 Auto-MDIX RJ-45 Ports
- Data RAM Buffer: 104Kbytes
- Filtering Table: 11K Entries
User Reviews (1)
lower cost than most 8 port Gigabit switches on the market
doesn't draw much power while in operation
runs completely silently, no fan inside
fast switching, passes traffic without causing any lag
includes some support for jumbo packets for an extra boost
very plug-and-play, not much to the setup at all
LEDs allow you to quickly reference which ports are running "Fast Ethernet" or "Gigabit"
automatically adjusts to the speed of the incoming line, doesn't have to be manually configured for Gigabit
doesn't allow you to do much configuration
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