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The D-Link 26-Port Surveillance Switch is designed to meet the requirements of small, medium and enterprise businesses.
- Gigabit switch with extended PoE budget of 370W
- Surge protection on all PoE ports
- Automatic IP camera detection
- Surveillance traffic optimisation
The D-Link 26-Port Surveillance Switch provides support for Power over Ethernet (PoE), reducing deployment time for IP cameras, VoIP phones and access points. It supports IEEE 802.3af and 802.3at, providing up to 30 Watts per port. Extended PoE budget, as a common requirement for outdoor and PTZ cameras, an automatic Surveillance VLAN, video traffic prioritisation and 6kV surge protection make it ideal for IP surveillance deployments.
Surveillance traffic optimisation
This Switch supports the automatic Surveillance VLAN feature. This automatically detects surveillance devices and puts them into the Surveillance VLAN, segmenting their traffic from the rest of the network. This ensures security of the data, but also gives the traffic a high priority through the switch, reducing the chances of the video freezing or being delayed on live streams. A single switch can be used for both surveillance and data networks, removing the need for dedicated surveillance hardware.
It also features 6kV surge protection on all PoE ports to help prevent damage to the network caused by power surges and lightning strikes. Faulty electrical cabling, faulty network cabling and lightning strikes can cause damage to the switch and connected devices. In-built surge protection of up to 6kV can limit the damage to the switch from both indoor and outdoor devices and network connections. This increases network reliability and removes the need for replacement hardware in the event of an electrical surge or lightning strike.
This Switch also features Loopback Detection and Cable Diagnostics to help network administrators find and solve network problems quickly and easily. Loopback Detection detects loops in the network, where multiple devices have been connected to each other and there is a forwarding loop. The switch will identify the port causing the loop and shut the affected port down to avoid network instability.
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