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Linksys SRW2024

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Linksys SRW2024

Linksys SRW2024 is a 24 port, 10/100/1000Mbit rack mount switch with a fairly good feature set. The switch it is replacing is a Cisco 2924XL - another feature packed switch - but only 100Mbit. As most things these days come with an onboard Gigabit network adapter, This allows you to use one network card in a mac==Linksys SRW2024== Linksys SRW2024 is a 24 port, 10/100/1000Mbit rack mount switch. It is said to be the replacement of Cisco 2924XL. This router allows you to use one network…

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Linksys SRW2024

Linksys SRW2024 is a 24 port, 10/100/1000Mbit rack mount switch with a fairly good feature set. The switch it is replacing is a Cisco 2924XL - another feature packed switch - but only 100Mbit. As most things these days come with an onboard Gigabit network adapter, This allows you to use one network card in a mac==Linksys SRW2024== Linksys SRW2024 is a 24 port, 10/100/1000Mbit rack mount switch. It is said to be the replacement of Cisco 2924XL. This router allows you to use one network card in a machine. This device is said to deliver non-blocking, wire speed switching for your 10, 100, and 1000 megabit network clients. There are also multiple options featured to connect to your network backbone.

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1 GigE network card is needed per machine and 2 separate networks can have and use it as well. Twenty-four 10/100/1000 ports wire up your workstations, while the two mini GBIC ports allow future expansion to alternate transmission media like optical fiber for your backbone. It features Web View monitoring and configuration via your web browser, making it easy to manage the 64 VLANs and up to 8 trunking groups. The integrated console port can also be used to configure the switch. The duplex switching helps to forward packets as fast as your network can deliver them. Also included are Address Learning and Aging to prevent data transfer errors and Data Flow Control to help prevent packet collisions. Four Quality of Service egress queues per port let you prioritize traffic via 802.1p CoS support. The Linksys switch is a little different, as you have to actually allow a trunk port to use certain vlans via tagging. You also have the ability to set on a per port basis which vlans can be accessed - even in trunk mode. hine and have the switch do some magic to make it bridge multiple vlans. This means only need 1 GigE network card per machine and can have it on 2 logically separate networks. This new Linksys rack mount switch delivers non-blocking, wire speed switching for your 10, 100, and 1000 megabit network clients, plus multiple options for connecting to your network backbone. Twenty-four 10/100/1000 ports wire up your workstations, while the two mini GBIC ports allow future expansion to alternate transmission media like optical fiber for your backbone. It features Web View monitoring and configuration via your web browser, making it easy to manage the 64 VLANs and up to 8 trunking groups. Or if you prefer, you can use the integrated console port to configure the switch. The non-blocking, wire-speed, full-duplex switching forwards packets as fast as your network can deliver them. Also included are Address Learning and Aging to prevent data transfer errors and Data Flow Control to help prevent packet collisions. Four Quality of Service egress queues per port let you prioritize traffic via 802.1p CoS support. The Linksys switch is a little different, as you have to actually allow a trunk port to use certain vlans via tagging. This is probably good for security - as you have the option to set all non-tagged packets to vlan 4095 (aka the bit bucket). You also have the ability to set on a per port basis which vlans can be accessed - even in trunk mode. Think of it like the Cisco allowed command.

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  • Can 2 ports of the switch be combined ?

    Is it possible to combine 2 ports of the switch as 1 (in order to get more uplink speed) as is the case with Cisco switches)

    Answered by nilufer 2009-06-06:

    Yes, you

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