Feb 13

A Gigabit Ethernet Combo port is an Ethernet port and a Mini-GBIC port (also called SFP´s) that share the same switch fabric and port number. A Combo port is a way to provide different types of connectivity without taking up unused switch fabric. These Combo ports can also be labeled as tied, meaning two different physical ports that can only be used one at a time. A Gigabit Ethernet Combo port consists of one 1000Base-T Gigabit over Copper port (provided), and one Mini-GBIC port (empty port that requires Mini-GBIC module).

D-Link DGS Serise Switch, Many models have Gigabit Ethernet Combo port,For More Please visit www.dlink.cc

Note: If a Mini-GBIC port is being used, then the corresponding 1000BASE-T copper port is automatically disabled and vice versa.

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Feb 13

D-Link Smart-III series is the latest generation of Web Smart switches. D-Link Smart III series offers a complete suite of features, including simple management, advanced security and QoS features. The pre-set default configuration allows plug-and-play, this eases the effort of setting up the switch. D-Links Smart III switching family (DES-1210&DGS-1210) offers a solution that comes with key managed switch features without the hefty price tag.

D-Link Brings its Web Smart Switch DES-1210

The D-Link® Web Smart switch has six types: DES Series DES-1210-28,DES-1210-28p and DES-1210-52,DGS Series DGS-1210-28,DGS-1210-28p and DGS-1210-52. 28p has POE Features. DES Series has 10/100M Port and 2 10/100M/1000M port,DGS Series

Seamless Integration

The Web Smart switch DES-1210 is designed to provide SMB users complete control over the network. With Ethernet and Gigabit copper ports capable of connecting to existing Cat.5 twisted-pair cables, this switch eliminates the need for a complex reconfiguration process. The DES-1210 allows for a flexible connection to a backbone or servers. Additionally, all ports support auto-negotiation of MDI/MDI-X crossover, or configurable auto MDI, and therefore do away with crossover cables or uplink ports. This brings inexpensive and easy connectivity to your desktop.

QoS, Bandwidth Control

The switch is perfect for deployment in a VoIP environment, as it supports Auto Voice VLAN and Differentiated Services Code Point (DSCP) QoS for VoIP application. Auto Voice VLAN will automatically place voice traffic from an IP phone to an assigned VLAN and by doing so enhance the VoIP service.

Secure Your Network

The innovative D-Link Safeguard Engine function protects the switch against traffic flooding caused by virus attacks. The DES-1210-28 switch supports 802.1X port-based authentication, allowing the network to be authenticated through external RADIUS servers. In addition, the Access Control List (ACL) feature enhances network security and helps to protect the internal IT network by allowing an administrator to restrict the access of a network through a variety of means including MAC address, IP, UDP/TCP, and even VLAN ID.

With wide variety of manageability functions such as an intuitive SmartConsle Utility, easy-to-use Web browser, SNMP-based management, compact command lines, and integration with D-Link D-View 6.0. Thus Smart III Series makes it easy for small-and mid-sized organization to implement and manage the switch and networks. Flexible uplink ports design helps for SMBs to deploy network connection between switches and servers or core network backbones.

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Jan 26

January 24, 2011 — D-Link Australia & New Zealand, the end-to-end networking solutions provider for business and consumers, today introduced the next generation DNS-320 ShareCenter Pulse 2-Bay Network Attached Storage designed to enhance file sharing, secure data, and stream content to media players.

D-Link Ships Next Generation 2-Bay Network Storage(DNS-320)

The new D-Link DNS-320 incorporates a full complement of next-generation technology, including a fast Gigabit Ethernet connection and support for up to two internal 3.5-inch SATA hard drives* — installed by simply sliding them in with no tools or cables needed. Also included are a built-in FTP server for accessing files via the Internet, built-in UPnP AV media server for streaming digital content and RAID 1 technology for backing up and mirroring files.

“The ShareCenter Pulse offers an extremely powerful and flexible solution for storing and sharing digital media across a network or the Internet,” said Maurice Famularo, Marketing Director, D-Link Australia & New Zealand. “It addresses the growing market need to store and share an ever-increasing amount of data, while offering built-in protection to keep valuable data, photos, videos and other important files intact.”

The D-Link DNS-320 comes with D-Link’s Setup Wizard and Easy Search Utility, which allows users to locate the ShareCenter Pulse anywhere on the network. Once located, this utility can be used to map the hard drive(s) so they will appear in “My Computer” on their PC. Backup software is also included on the CD to facilitate back up of files from a computer to the ShareCenter Pulse manually, according to a schedule, or in real-time. Real-time backups provide a method of safeguarding against unforeseen data loss.

A convenient USB port on the front of the ShareCenter can be used to attach external USB storage drives, USB printers, or an Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) for monitoring.

For businesses and consumers interested in reducing their energy costs and helping to save the environment, D-Link Green products provide eco-friendly alternatives without compromising performance. The ShareCenter Pulse uses hard drive power management and Smart Fan speed control to reduce energy costs, minimise noise and prolong the lifespan of installed hard drives.

For more information, see D-Link’s websites at www.dlink.com.au  and www.dlink.co.nz.

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Jan 24

The D-Link DGS-1216T is housed in a new style 19” rackmount case with an easy-to-view front panel and diagnostic LEDs and feature an innovative fanless design to ensure quiet operation compared to standard switches.Has 16 10/100/1000BASE-T Auto-negotiating, Auto-MDI/MDI-X ports with 802.3x Flow Control.

Some friends asked why won’t Gigabit connection get a link?

I find the answer on the dlink website : www.dlink.com

A common problem when connecting different gigabit devices is Auto-sensing between the two different ports. When connecting two Gigabit devices it is imperative that the port speed be set the same on both sides. Some Managed Gigabit products have the ability to have the port speed set at either 1000Mbps/Full duplex or Auto. Other Un-Managed products don’t have the ability to modify the port speed at all. If you are using an Unmanaged device, or a device that doesn’t have the ability to set the port speed at 1000Mbps/Full duplex, you may not be able to connect to a device whose port speed is set to 1000Mbps/Full duplex.

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Jan 22

When useing D-Link DGS-1016D switch,if the link speed is not 1.0 Gbps, than the cabling between the two endpoints should be examined. If using Gigabit over Copper (1000 Base-T) than you can use Ethernet cable Cat 5 or better (Cat5E, Cat6 or Cat6E). If the cable is pinned improperly, than the network connection will not run at gigabit speeds. Gigabit over copper uses all 8 wires of the Ethernet cable.

If you are using a store bought/factory pinned cable, and the connection speed is still not connecting at 1.0 Gbps, there may be a bent/broken pin on either the NIC, or the switch port. Isolate each portion of the possible problem, until you are able to find the defective port on the network. This can be done by using known good gigabit ports, and cabling.

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