TEG1024F is a 24-port gigabit rackmount switch providing easy-to-use, cost-effective and fast network for IP surveillance projects, offices, workgroups and small and medium-sized enterprises. With 2 gigabit SFP combo ports used to connect to Tenda optical modules, it can be used for long distance networking up to 20 km. TEG1024F also offers a data rate in full duplex of as high as 2000 Mbps, ensuring fast transmission of large files and smooth playback of videos. With professional lightning protection circuit, the switch provides 6 kV lightning protection for all the RJ45 ports and the power module, ensuring stability and reliability of the switch. TEG1024F allows users to change its work modes among standard (default mode), flow control off, link aggregation and port VLAN, fitting multiple network environments, making it the perfect choice for you to extend or upgrade your high-speed, stable gigabit wired network at long distance.
TEG1024F provides 24 10/100/1000 Mbps auto-negotiation RJ45 ports, 2 gigabit SFP slots and offers a data rate in full duplex of as high as 2000 Mbps. Working with Tenda SFP modules TEG311SM, the switch supports a maximum transmission distance of as high as 20 km. In addition, a large capacity cache is equipped in the switch and all ports support wire-speed forwarding, ensuring fast transmission of large files, smooth playback of videos and stable connection for 7*24 hours.
Excellent lightning protection
With professional lightning protection circuit, all ports and power supply module feature 6 kV lightning protection, greatly protecting the switch from being damaged by thunder storm.
4 working modes
Four modes are supported on this switch: Standard, Flow Control Off, Link Aggregation and Port VLAN modes, making it adaptable to multiple scenarios such as surveillance, wireless networking, and network clone in batches.
M1: Standard Mode
Special for networking in small and medium offices. Switches in this mode can function as a core switch and all the ports can communicate with each other.
M2: Flow Control Off Mode
Special for networking in internet bars and computer rooms. Switches in this mode disable flow control on all ports, effectively solving slowness in network clone and lag in the 10/100/1000 mixed network.
M3: Link Aggregation Mode
Designed for enterprise aggregation networking. Ports 23 and 24 form a static link aggregation group (LAG), and traffic is distributed between these two ports based on source and destination MAC addresses, greatly increasing uplink bandwidth, reducing uplink bottleneck and preventing congestion.
M4: Port VLAN Mode
Designed for video surveillance and wired/wireless networking. In this mode, ports 1 to 22 are isolated from each other but able to communicate with ports 23 and 24, effectively blocking ARP virus and DHCP spoofing, and reducing the broadcast storm for higher transmission rate and network security.