Netgear GS110TP-200EU POE Gigabit Smart Switch, with 2 Fibre Module Slots
Joining NETGEAR’s ProSafe® family of Smart Switches with high performance and cost efficiency, this 10-port Gigabit Smart Switch is packed with powerful features capable of enhancing any type of business network. The GS110TP is designed for customers who need a low port density solution with the combination of Gigabit speed and PoE capability. The GS110TP comes with 8 dedicated 10/100/1000 Mbps copper ports to connect to your end devices and two additional Gigabit Fiber ports for uplinks with greater distance. With PoE capability on all 8 copper ports, the GS110TP can automatically detect PoE on the end devices and dynamically manage power assignments and priority. It is capable of delivering up to 15.4W of power to devices such as wireless access points, IP phones and IP cameras, providing flexibility and ease of deployment to your network. The GS110TP comes with a comprehensive set of features, such as enhanced VLAN and QoS, access control lists (ACL), 802.1x port authentication, rate limiting and IGMP snooping and many more, to provide businesses with networks that are geared for growth while ensuring performance and reliability.
With the fanless design and compact form factor, the GS110TP offers quiet operation and is suitable for deployments in any type of environment, especially the ones which are sensitive to noise.
Features PoE Power Management
GS110TP offers useful PoE power management features to help you better control and monitor your power resource. The PoE timer can help turn off the PoE ports during certain times of the day so that your network can be more secure as well as energy efficient. It can also set prioritization on power usage so that specified ports are always guaranteed to get the power first if total power required exceeds the total power budget. The power will be assigned to the PoE ports dynamically depending on the actual power need of the individual network devices so that you don’t need to do any calculation. The PoE LED on the front panel will light up if the PoE usage is reaching the threshold, meaning that insufficient PoE resource is left for powering up additional ports.
• Up to 70% power savings compared to the non-Green version
• Auto power-down mode saves energy when port is not in use
• Cable length detection reduces power usage when network cable is shorter than 10 meters
Advanced Quality of Service (QoS)
Priority queuing ensures high-priority traffic gets delivered efficiently, even during congestion from high-traffic bursts. Companies implementing network telephony or video conferencing, for example, need to be able to prioritize such voice and video traffic and other real-time applications over less latency-sensitive traffic to ensure reliability and quality. The ability to prioritize traffic ensures quality of latency-sensitive services and applications despite increasing traffic loads. The GS110TP provides an extensive set of QoS features:
• 802.1p-based prioritization
• Layer 3-based prioritization
• Rate limiting
The GS110TP provides more robust security. This includes:
• 802.1x for authentication
• ACL filtering to permit or deny traffic based on MAC or IP addresses
The GS110TP is a powerful switch, yet very ease to manage. It comes with many usability enhancements to help customers fully utilize the features for a more optimized and secure network. For example, the Auto Voice VLAN and Auto Video features will assist customers to easily set up VoIP or IP surveillance networks with a couple of simple steps. You don’t need to be an IT professional to set up VoIP or IP surveillance. Security is critical for business networks. However, not everyone knows how to set up a secure network. The ACL Wizards on the GS110TP will guide even naïve users through the setup of access control and address filtering.
Centralized Management via the New Smart Control Center
With multiple switches in the network, managing configurations on each switch and upgrading firmware becomes a big challenge. NETGEAR’s Smart Control Center that comes with the GS110TP and many other Smart switch models can help make this task much easier and simpler. It can perform discovery of the switches on your network, push configuration and firmware updates to multiple selected switches at once, and can even schedule when the tasks should be performed.
|Total Network Ports||2 x Dual-ports (RJ-45/SFP)|
|PoE Support Type|
|No. of Ports Providing PoE||8 x Gigabit 10/100/1000|
|Other Non-Network Ports|
|MAC Address Table Size|
|Built-in Flash Memory|
|Acoustic Noise||0 dB|
|Max. Power Consumption||59.3 W|
|Max. PoE Wattage per Port|
|Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF)||157004 hours|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||236 x 27 x 101.6 mm|
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