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The DGS-105 5-Port Gigabit Ethernet Switch from D-Link provides five speedy Gigabit Ethernet auto-sensing ports for connecting multiple computer devices to your network. Once you've connected the switch to your network via one Gigabit Ethernet port, you will have four other ports for connecting computers, printers, scanners, storage, backup devices, and more. Support for Quality of Service (QoS) means the switch will prioritize network traffic that is sensitive to lags, such as video streaming or VoIP calls.
The switch is unmanaged and plug-and-play, so you need not install software first to use it or configure settings for it later. Plus, the diagnostic LEDs on the front panel let you know if there are any connection issues, helping you troubleshoot problems as they arise.
Built-in D-Link Green Technology
Rugged metal housing
Inexpensive Gigabit solution for small and medium business
A total of five Gigabit Ethernet ports
10Gbps switching fabric
Auto MDI/MDIX crossover for all ports
Secure store-and-forward switching scheme
Full/half-duplex for Ethernet/Fast Ethernet speeds
IEEE 802.3x Flow Control
Supports Jumbo Frames
With support for IEEE 802.1p Quality of Service, the switch organizes and prioritizes time-sensitive and important data for efficient delivery, allowing for smooth media
streaming and VoIP calling
The D-Link Cable Diagnostics Function enables users to be instantly aware of cable conditions through the LED display on the front-panel
The switch can also save energy by detecting the cable length and using only as much power as necessary
As a switch supporting IEEE 802.3az Energy-Efficient Ethernet (EEE), the switch can detect when a connected computer is shut down or when there is no Ethernet traffic, at which time the switch will automatically power down the idle port, saving a substantial amount of power