TEG1224T
 
 

Reliable, Manageable and Cost-Effective Solution for Small Business

 
 
 

TEG1224T

24-Port 10/100/1000+ 2 Shared Mini-GBIC Ports Gigabit Managed Switch
 
 

What It Does

The TEG1224T Managed Switch is specially designed for small business networking that offers corporate network a remarkable boost of speed and capacity at minimum cost and effort. The switch offers basic web management functionality that makes it be configured from any network computer through an internet browser. Business with limited IT resources can deploy the switch to set up a manageable network without having to go through complex SNMP management. This switch is ideal for enhancing the performance and security of small business network.
 
 

Main Features

>> 24-port 10/100/1000 BASE-T +2 SFP Gigabit ports
>>Up to 56Gbps switching capacity
>>Support QoS bandwidth control
>>Web-managed interface enables simplified configuration
 
 

Secured Network

The TEG1224T offers advanced security scheme with port/MAC/IP/VLAN based filters to screen access to network. It also automatically prevents ARP and DoS attacks, helping you to deploy a secure and reliable high speed network.
 
 

High Performance

Gigabit speed and a switching capacity of up to 56Gbps meet the performance needs for even the most bandwidth-hungry applications. The switch outperforms a conventional 10/100Mbps switch in transferring large files and graphics across the network quickly and streaming other applications such as multimedia, VoIP, video conference and online gaming with no glitch or lag.
 
 

Quality of Service Support

802.1p Priority Queues enables users to run streaming multimedia and VoIP applications.
It can manage traffic, rate limiting, SP, WRR, and broadcast storm control based on source MAC/IP address, destination MAC/IP address, TCP/UDP port, protocol and VLAN.
 
 

Easy Management through Web

The device can be configured from any network computer through an Internet browser, dispensing users of the need to set up consoles and connect console cables. From a network station, network administrators can monitor network status and statistics and receive traps of system events or port errors.