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LB-Link BL- S515 150 RJ45 Black


LB-Link BL- S515 150 RJ45 Black

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Highlights

  • Wireless Speed (In Mbps):10/100Mbps
  • Router Type:Switches & Wireless Adoptors
  • Type of Port:RJ45
  • Warranty:3 Years
  • Key Features/ USP 1:Excellent capability in data processing, all ports can linear transmit without block, Support direct network cable and cross network cable, , Support low power consumption, extend using time
  • Key Features/ USP 2:Transmission mode: Store and forward, ensure the complete data and the right rate, , One power indicator provided for each switch, you can know the operating state very clearly,
  • Internet Service Provider:Ethernet Line(Hathway.Spectranet.You.Act.Fibernet & Local Internet Service Provider)
  • SUPC: SDL374796123

Specifications

GENERAL
Model Number BL- S515
Router Type Switches & Wireless Adoptors
Type of Port RJ45
Color Black
Internet Service Provider Ethernet Line(Hathway.Spectranet.You.Act.Fibernet & Local Internet Service Provider)
Operating System Windows 98SE and Above
Warranty 3 Years
Power
Power Adoptor 9v
Connectivity
Antennae Capacity 2dbi
Wireless Speed (In Mbps) 300Mbps
Frequency 2.4ghz
Antennae & Ports
No. of Antenna 1
Antenna Type Inbuilt
No. of USB Ports 1
LAN Ports 4
Wan Ports 1
Buttons wireless security
Sales Package
Sales Package Router

Description

A switch is a device in a computer network that electrically and logically connects together other devices. Multiple data cables are plugged into a switch to enable communication between different networked devices. Switches manage the flow of data across a network by transmitting a received network packet only to the one or more devices for which the packet is intended. Each networked device connected to a switch can be identified by its network address, allowing the switch to regulate the flow of traffic. This maximizes the security and efficiency of the network. When a repeater hub is replaced with an Ethernet switch, the single large collision domain used by the hub is split up into smaller ones, reducing or eliminating the possibility and scope of collisions and, as a result, increasing the potential throughput. Because broadcasts are still being forwarded to all connected devices, the newly formed network segment continues to be a broadcast domain. A switch is more intelligent than a repeater hub, which simply retransmits packets out of every port of the hub excepting the port on which the packet was received, unable to distinguish different recipients, and achieving an overall lower network efficiency

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