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    TOTOLINK S505 100MB 5 x LAN Switch

    R 104.00 excl vat
    R 73.00 excl vat
    SKU: S505
    Availability: Out of stock

    The Totolink S505 is a 5­port unmanaged desktop switch. Equipped with a 5­port 10/100Mbps switch with Auto MDI/ MDIX support on each port, the switch can eliminate the need for crossover cables or uplink ports. It can forward and filter packets at full wire­speed for maximum throughput. Each port can be used as general ports or uplink ports and it’s easy to plug and play connection. Moreover, it can also be simply plugged into a server, a hub or a switch using straight cable or crossover cable.


    High­tech performance

    The fast Ethernet switch, which complies with IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u, IEEE 802.3x standards, provides 5 10/100Mbps auto­negotiation RJ­45 ports with LED indicators to monitor link status and activity. Auto MDI/MDI­X crossover on all ports helps to figure out if the link needs a straight­through or cross­over connection automatically. Besides, these ports detect the network speed and auto­negotiate between 10BASE­T and 100BASE­TX to provide maximum speed possible for each device connected to your network.


    Multi­connection and Simple­use

    The switch is easy to use for virtually anyone who has no technical knowledge about it. Just plug and play, it is convenient for expanding your wired home network to more device. You can add up to four devices with a simple Ethernet cable without configuration.


    FEATURES



    • Supports IEEE 802.3x flow control for full-duplex mode and backwards compatible with half­duplex mode

    • Supports MAC address auto­learning and auto­aging

    • Plastic case, desktop or wall­mounting design

    • LED indicators for monitoring power, link and activity

    • External power supply

    • Easy plug and play connection


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    The Totolink S505 is a 5­port unmanaged desktop switch. Equipped with a 5­port 10/100Mbps switch with Auto MDI/ MDIX support on each port, the switch can eliminate the need for crossover cables or uplink ports. It can forward and filter packets at full wire­speed for maximum throughput. Each port can be used as general ports or uplink ports and it’s easy to plug and play connection. Moreover, it can also be simply plugged into a server, a hub or a switch using straight cable or crossover cable.


    High­tech performance

    The fast Ethernet switch, which complies with IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u, IEEE 802.3x standards, provides 5 10/100Mbps auto­negotiation RJ­45 ports with LED indicators to monitor link status and activity. Auto MDI/MDI­X crossover on all ports helps to figure out if the link needs a straight­through or cross­over connection automatically. Besides, these ports detect the network speed and auto­negotiate between 10BASE­T and 100BASE­TX to provide maximum speed possible for each device connected to your network.


    Multi­connection and Simple­use

    The switch is easy to use for virtually anyone who has no technical knowledge about it. Just plug and play, it is convenient for expanding your wired home network to more device. You can add up to four devices with a simple Ethernet cable without configuration.


    FEATURES



    • Supports IEEE 802.3x flow control for full-duplex mode and backwards compatible with half­duplex mode

    • Supports MAC address auto­learning and auto­aging

    • Plastic case, desktop or wall­mounting design

    • LED indicators for monitoring power, link and activity

    • External power supply

    • Easy plug and play connection


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