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24-Port 10/100/1000 PoE Switch

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  • Quantity: 99
  • Weight: 8.85 Lbs
  • UPC: 710931505047
  • Vendor Part #: TPE-224WSTPE-224WS

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Description

The TPE-224WS is a 24-Port 10/100Mbps Web Smart PoE Switch w/ 4 Gigabit Ports and 2 Mini-GBIC Slots, and integrates Power over Ethernet (PoE) and network management features into a cost effective and scalable solution. The TPE-224WS reduces equipment cost by delivering data and power over existing network cable infrastructure. The switch offers advanced network management features such as VLAN and QoS to meet todays secured network applications.

ManufacturerTRENDnet
Manufacturer Part NumberTPE-224WS
Manufacturer Website Addresshttp://www.trendnet.com
Brand NameTRENDnet
Product LineWebSmart
Product NameWebSmart TPE-224WS 28-port Gigabit Ethernet Switch with PoE
Product TypeEthernet Switch
Product UPC710931505047
Interfaces/Ports:
Number of Ports28
Gigabit Ethernet PortYes
Interfaces/Ports24 x RJ-45 10/100Base-TX LAN
4 x 10/100/1000Base-T LAN
Media & Performance:
Connectivity MediaCategory 3 UTP 10Base-T
Category 4 UTP 10Base-T
Category 5 UTP 10/100/1000Base-T
Category 5e UTP 100/1000Base-T
Category 6 UTP 1000Base-T
I/O Expansions:
Number of Expansion Slots2
Expansion Slots(2 Total) SFP (mini-GBIC) Shared
Network & Communication:
Flow ControlIEEE 802.3x (Full-duplex)
Back Pressure (Half-duplex)
Switching MethodStore-and-forward
Layer Support2
Address Table4 K MAC Address -
Management & Protocols:
ManageableYes
Management
  • QoS
  • Trunking
  • Port-Based VLAN
  • Port Mirroring
  • Easy configuration via Web browser
  • Proprietary Windows Based Management/Monitoring Utility
  • Controls/Indicators:
    Status Indicators
  • Per Unit: Power, System
  • Per Port: Link/Activity, Speed
  • PoE: PoE status (bi-color LED
  • Power Description:
    Input Voltage110 V AC
    220 V AC
    Input Voltage Range100 V AC to 240 V AC
    Power Consumption170 W @ Maximum PoE
    Power SourcePower Supply
    Environmental Conditions:
    Temperature32F (0C) to 104F (40C) Operating
    14F (-10C) to 158F (70C) Storage
    Humidity10% to 90% Non-condensing
    Physical Characteristics:
    Dimensions1.73" Height x 17.30" Width x 12" Depth
    Weight9.77 lb
    Miscellaneous:
    Package Contents
  • TPE-224WS Gigabit Web Smart PoE Switch
  • Multi-Language Users Guide
  • Web-Smart Utility CD-ROM
  • Power Supply
  • Rack Mount Kit
  • Additional Information
  • Full Wire-Speed Non-Blocking Reception and Transmission
  • Power over Ethernet:

  • 24 x 10/100Mbps PoE Ports
  • Up to 15.4 watts per Port
  • PD classification Identify
  • Manual setting for PoE power limitation
  • Supports PoE priority setting
  • PoE over current protection
  • PoE circuit sorting protection
  • Certifications & Standards
  • IEEE 802.3
  • IEEE802.3u
  • IEEE 802.3ab
  • IEEE 802.3x
  • IEEE 802.3af PoE
  • Warranty:
    Standard Warranty5 Year

    Reviews

    Submited By: D. Davis on 06/01/2009
    This was purchased to be the central hub of a IP camera security system. Configuring it was dirt simple once you got an IP address on it. Out of the box its on the 192.168.0 subnet and it doesn t do DHCP initially which means you need to move it over to something other than your normal environment long enough to set it up. Once there, set up is a snap. The POE functions are nice with a power draw screen allowing you to figure your budget. Its running 12 Toshiba IK15A cameras without issues and the gig uplinks (there are 4 yay!) appear fully able to inter-operate with my server (using IBM cards) and a somewhat not standards compliant apple airport used for individual camera setup. I didn t test out the vlan tagging functions as they were not needed in my application. As far as port control, cloning etc. all the normal knobs and control rods one would expect seem to exist.

    The only real complaint I ve got is the fans. Not that its loud or anything, but if you had this next to you and were watching a 777 take off, you d not hear the plane over the roar of the cooling system. It does not appear to be moving massive amounts of air, so no worries about it sucking in the cat or anything, Its just that unless you are racking Cummings 6bt tractor engines; its likely this will be the loudest thing in your rack by a wide margin.

    4 of 5 Stars!
    Submited By: Justin Gasper on 02/26/2010
    I ordered 3 of these switches about 2 years ago. Two were put into production and a third was kept as a backup. A little less than 6 months later, one died, so I put the backup into production. About a week later, the second one installed died, leaving me without a backup. I put a different Cisco switch in to replace the second dead one. About 4 months later the 3rd one I installed that was the original backup died. I sent all 3 back to TrendNet and received replacements. One went back into production (my mistake), and a second one was put into the rack and powered on, but I didn t plug any phones into it. Almost exactly 6 months later, both died *AGAIN*, and now today the 6th one (installed in a secondary location) just died with the exact same problem.

    I can t imagine I received 6 faulty switches with the exact same symptoms, and the problem is obviously not caused by the phones, since I had the same trouble on a switch with no equipment attached to it. When these die, all the lights light up on the front and network traffic is no longer processed. The power portion still works, as the phones still light up, but no data is transferred. No matter how many times I cycle power or reset the device, I can t get it to work anymore. My recommendation would be to spend a little extra money and get a Linksys or Netgear switch.

    1 of 5 Stars!
    Submited By: J. Adams on 07/06/2010
    I bought this product because I wanted POE capability for my new IP phone system. It worked great for about 7 months then all of a sudden died. After talking at length with the phone technicians I got an RMA from the manufacturer but I still had to return the box at MY OWN expense. I received the replacement 10 days later. For 6 months or so, switch # 2 worked fine then all of a sudden, it also died. It s not like we were riding it very hard; we only used a fraction of the available ports. As before, I had to send it back to TrendNet AT MY OWN EXPENSE. While waiting for the replacement switch to arrive, I decided that I really didn t need POE and could make do with a lot fewer ports. I bought a nice little workhorse switch from the local office supply store and it works flawlessly. TrendNet switch # 3 is still in its original packaging in a little-used corner of the server room.

    I considered sending this to my company s remote office which has a very small network of only 3 PCs and 1 phone currently serviced by a cheapo SOHO router. I decided against it because I simply can t justify the expense of flying out to Chicago to sort out the mess when the thing dies again.

    I cannot recommend this product to anyone.

    1 of 5 Stars!
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