Linksys LGS124 24-Port Gigabit Ethernet Switch Item # 226959
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Upgrade the data paths of your local wired network to information superhighways with Gigabit switches at the desktop. Accelerate your performance and productivity when you send large files to network servers, drives, and printers at Gigabit speed.
|Certifications & Standards||FCC Class A; CE; IEEE Standards:802.3; 802.3u; 802.3x; 802.3ab; 802.3az|
|color||black - blue|
|Input Voltage||110 V AC; 220 V AC|
|Media Type Supported||Twisted Pair|
|package contents||LGS124 24-Port Gigabit Ethernet Switch; Power Cord; Quick Start Guide|
|Port/Expansion Slot Details||24 x Gigabit Ethernet Network|
|ports||24 10/100/1000 Ethernet (RJ-45)|
|power source||Power Supply|
|Total Number of Network Ports||24|
|warranty length||limited lifetime|
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From the Manufacturer|
Linksys LGS124 24-Port Rackmount Business Gigabit SwitchAccelerate the performance of your local wired network with the Linksys LGS124 24-Port Rackmount Business Gigabit Switch. Offering 24 gigabit Ethernet auto-sensing ports with wired connection speeds of up to 1,000 Mbps, this unmanaged switch lets your small business expand its local network and send large files to servers, drives, and printers at gigabit speed.
With plug-and-play convenience and auto-sensing ports that automatically optimize speed for each connected device, the Linksys LGS124 Gigabit Switch offers a quick and easy solution for extending your office network.
At a Glance:
- Wired connection speeds up to 1,000 Mbps
- Add up to 24 devices to a local network
- Easy plug-and-play installation
- Auto-sensing ports automatically optimize speed for each connected device
- Multiple power-saving features
- Meets EEE (Energy Efficient Ethernet) 802.3az standard
What's in the Box:
- Linksys Unmanaged Switch
- Quick Start Guide
- Power Cord or Power Adaptor
- CD with Documentation
- Rack Mount Kit
Gigabit Transfer Speeds for Maximum Performance
Offering wired connection speeds of up to 1,000 Mbps, the Linksys LGS124 24-Port Rackmount Business Gigabit Switch can turn your local wired network into an information superhighway. 24 gigabit Ethernet auto-sensing ports minimize transfer times when you send large files to connected network devices such as computers, servers, and drives, and greatly enhance your ability to stream high-bandwidth files to connected devices without lag and interference. Designed to regulate port speeds and maximize throughput based on the capacity of the client device, the Linksys LGS124 Gigabit Switch is a high-performing and efficient option to support basic networking for your business.
Extend your office network almost instantly, thanks to quick and painless installation. With plug-and-play convenience, setting up your unmanaged switch is as easy as plugging it in and connecting your network devices with Ethernet cables. The auto-sensing ports on the Linksys LGS124 24-Port Rackmount Business Gigabit Switch automatically optimize speed for each connected device, so you don't have to configure settings to get optimal performance.
The Linksys LGS124 Gigabit Switch offers multiple power-saving features and meets EEE (Energy Efficient Ethernet) 802.3az standard, resulting in both high performance and efficiency. Unused ports are automatically disabled and powered down when not in use, while sleep mode minimizes power when the entire switch is dormant. The LGS124 also offers a port status switch to control LED lights, and utilizes Smart power for short cable runs.
Quality of Service Traffic Prioritization
Essential to delivering consistent and reliable communications over your network, QoS (Quality of Service) traffic prioritization ensures that the most important data for your business always receives top priority. The Linksys LGS124 24-Port Rackmount Business Gigabit Switch offers numerous QoS features to ensure traffic is prioritized properly to deliver the best possible user experience for real-time applications. For example, if IP phone connectivity and video conferencing are your top priority, you can give them preference over bandwidth-intensive activities like uploading and downloading large graphics and video files.