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  • 52-Port Gigabit Ethernet Managed Switch
    Firmware for the LGB5052A (Version v2.00)
 
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  • SFP Gigabit/10-Gigabit Managed Switch Eco (28-Port) User Manual
    User Manual for the LGB5128A (Version 1)
 
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  • 100Mb FX Small-Form-Factor %X93plug-in%X94 connector
    Installation and User Guide (Apr-99)
 
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  • LPH1004A Series Hardened Ethernet PoE+ Switch QSG
    Quick Start Guide for the LPH1004A (Version 2)
 

Black Box Explains... GBICs

A Gigabit Interface Converter (GBIC) is a transceiver that converts digital electrical currents to optical signals and back again. GBICs support speeds of 1 Gbps or more and are typically... more/see it nowused as an interface between a high-speed Ethernet or ATM switch and a fiber backbone. GBICs are hot-swappable, so switches don’t need to be powered down for their installation. collapse

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  • 10-Port Gigabit Managed Switch Firmware
    Firmware for the LGB1108A (Version v2.00)
 

Black Box Explains...Virtual LANs (VLANs).

True to their name, VLANs are literally “virtual“ LANs—mini subLANs that, once configured, can exist and function logically as single, secure network segments, even though they may be part of... more/see it nowa much larger physical LAN.

VLAN technology is ideal for enterprises with far-reaching networks. Instead of having to make expensive, time-consuming service calls, system administrators can configure or reconfigure workstations easily or set up secure network segments using simple point-and-click, drag-and-drop management utilities. VLANs provide a way to define dynamic new LAN pathways and create innovative virtual network segments that can range far beyond the traditional limits of geographically isolated workstation groups radiating from centralized hubs.

For instance, using VLAN switches, you can establish a secure VLAN made up of select devices located throughout your enterprise (managers’ workstations, for example) or any other device that you decide requires full access to the VLAN you’ve created.

According to Cisco, a VLAN is a switched network logically segmented by functions, project teams, or applications regardless of the physical location of users. You can assign each switch port to a different VLAN. Ports configured in the same VLAN share broadcasts; ports that don’t belong to the VLAN don’t share the data.

VLAN switches group users and ports logically across the enterprise—they don’t impose physical constraints like in a shared-hub architecture. In replacing shared hubs, VLAN switches remove the physical barriers imposed by each wiring closet.

To learn more about smart networking with VLANs, call the experts in our Local Area Network Support group at 724-746-5500, press 1, 2, 4. collapse

  • Manual... 
  • Unmanaged 802.3at PoE Ethernet Switch (16-Port) User Manual
    User Manual for the Unmanaged 802.3at PoE Ethernet Switch (16-Port) (Version 2)
 
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  • Gigabit Managed Switch User Manual
    User Manual for the LGB1108A, LGB1126A, and LGB1148A (Version 1)
 
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