ComNet Self-Managed Ethernet Switch
The CNGE2FE4SMS by Communication Networks (ComNet) of Danbury, Conn., is a six-port, self-managed Ethernet switch.
The switch has four copper TX ports and two Gigabit SFP Ethernet ports, allowing the Ethernet data from the TX ports to be combined and uplinked through the Gbps SFP port. The device can support a large number of IP cameras depending on the selected camera’s bit rate.
The CNGE2FE4SMS allows users to create a virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) that manages the Ethernet data being transported, thereby preventing network flooding, according to the company. The switch is pre-programmed and meets the IEEE 802.1x VLAN management standard.
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