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TRENDnet 20-Port Gigabit PoE+ Web Smart PoE+ Switch, 16 x Gigabit PoE+ Ports, 4 x Shared Gigabit Ports, Up To 30W Per

$406.99
Mfg # TPE-1620WS CDW # 3100643 | UNSPSC 43222612

Quick tech specs

  • 16 x Gigabit PoE+ ports
  • 185W PoE power budget
  • PoE alive check automatically attempts to recover an unresponsive PoE device connected
  • Supports IPv6,LACP,VLAN,QoS,and IGMP Snooping
  • Private,Multicast,and Voice VLAN support
  • 40Gbps switching capacity
  • 4 x Shared Gigabit ports (RJ-45 or SFP)
  • Easy-to-use web-based management interface
  • Remote cloud management with TRENDnet Hive (Additional fee applies)
  • Bandwidth control per port
  • Smart Fan
  • IEEE 802.1p QoS with queue scheduling supp
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TRENDnet's Gigabit Web Smart PoE+ Switch series offers advanced L2+ features with enhanced traffic management controls to meet the evolving demands of SMB networks. This rack mountable IPv6-ready managed switch comes with an intuitive web-based interface. Advanced managed switch features include LACP to increase bandwidth between switches by grouping ports together, VLANs for segmenting and isolating virtual LAN groups, QoS for traffic prioritization, port bandwidth controls, and SNMP monitoring, making this a powerful solution for any SMB network. Improve voice performance by isolating and prioritizing VoIP traffic from normal data traffic with an easy-to-use voice VLAN feature.

Free up router resources by offloading routing processes to this managed switch by using the L2+ IPv4/IPv6 static routing feature to efficiently route traffic at the switch level. The dynamic ARP inspection feature helps protect connected devices from man-in-the-middle attacks by discarding malicious and invalid ARP packets. Take advantage of the available multicast and IGMP/MLD snooping features to optimize IP surveillance system performance, and minimize network traffic. TRENDnet's web smart managed switches also feature SFP slots to support long-distance fiber networking applications.

Installers and integrators can save on equipment costs and reduce installation time with TRENDnet's Web Smart PoE+ Managed Switches by delivering up to 30W per port of PoE power and data over existing Ethernet cables. With PoE technology, users only need one set of cables to deliver both data and power. With this PoE+ managed switch, network PoE devices, such as high-power wireless access points, PTZ and other advanced IP cameras, VoIP phone systems, IPTV decoders, access controls, and more.

Easily manage and configure TRENDnet's Web Smart PoE+ Managed Switch Series remotely by updating switches to the latest firmware for access to TRENDnet Hive. TRENDnet Hive is a network cloud manager that reduces management time and cost. No additional hardware, server, or personal cloud is required on these cloud managed switches with TRENDnet's reliable cloud service.


 

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    TRENDnet 20-Port Gigabit PoE+ Web Smart PoE+ Switch, 16 x Gigabit PoE+ Port is rated 4.00 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Cheap effective This switch provides cheap PoE capabilities. The web interface is very basic. It's not my go-to for SMB but didn't give me any issues when I've supported it in various environments.
    Date published: 2022-10-12T00:00:00-04:00
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from null So far so good. This was the best bang for the buck after a few hours of researching similar switches. This is being used on my home network with a few PoE devices. As someone who uses Cisco and similar equipment, I found the web UI to be fairly counter intuitive, but it's still serviceable.
    Date published: 2014-03-25T00:00:00-04:00