Thecus C10GTR 10Gb Ethernet Tehuti TN4010 MAC processor, 10GBaseT can be installed on PCI-e x

1 Port Thecus C10GTR 10Gb Ethernet Tehuti TN4010 MAC processor, 10GBaseT can be installed on PCI-e x4 or x8 slot

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Product Overview our Key to the Future of Networking

Enables 10Gb Ethernet Connectivity
High Compatibility
Upgrade Your Thecus® NAS

*Compatible Thecus NAS: N16000 series, N12000 series, N8900 series, TopTower Series (N6850/N8850/N10850), N7710, N8810U, N7700PRO v2, N8800PRO v2 and Windows Storage Server Series (W16000/W12000/W8900)

nable 10Gb Ethernet Connectivity
Featuring a Tehuti TN4010 processor, the C10GTR grants your system compatibility with next-generation 10Gb Ethernet networks. This increased bandwidth yields astonishing file transfer performance and opens up high-bandwidth access to both server and storage applications.

High Compatibility
The C10GTR is fully compliant with a wide range of protocols, including IEEE 802.3az, IEEE 802.3ad Link Aggregation, and IEEE 802.1q VLAN standards. And with support for a number of operating systems including Windows® Server 2012, Windows Server 2008R2, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Linux, the C10GTR is easily integrated into virtually any network.

Upgrade Your Thecus® NAS
The C10GTR adaptor supports both full-height or low profile brackets and can be installed in either PCI Express x4 or x8 slots which ensures high compatibility with a wide range of systems. Best of all, the C10GTR can be easily installed into numerous Thecus® NAS devices, transporting your data to the lightening-fast world of 10Gb Ethernet. Supported devices include the N7710/N7710-G, N8810U/N8810U-G, N8900, N12000PRO and N16000PRO.
Features PCI Express Host Bus Interface

Compatible with PCI Express Rev2 x4, x8 slots


Cabling Type
CAT 6a

LED indicator
LINK (Solid) / ACTIVITY (Blinking)
LINK SPEED ( Orange=10G / Green = 1G)

Power Consumption
4.95W/10G, 3.3W/1G, 2.48W/100M

Physical Dimensions
Low Profile

Low Profile and Full Height

Bracket Height
0 ºC to 70 ºC

Storage Temperature:
-40ºC to 85 ºC

MAC and Media Interfaces
10Gb/1000Mb/100Mb auto negotiation support
XAUI interface
IEEE 802.3az support (IEEE)
Jumbo frame support (16K)
IEEE 802.1q VLAN support
RFC2819 RMON MIB statistics
IEEE 802.3ad Link Aggregation support

Operating Systems Supported
Windows Storage Server 2012, WSS 2008 R2, Windows 10/8/7
Linux 2.6, Linux 3.x
VMWare 5.x

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