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Linksys reserves the right to revise or update its products, software, or documentation without obligation to notify any individual or entity. Please direct all inquiries to: Linksys P. Box , Irvine, CA These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used according to the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. Unlike hubs that ration your network bandwidth and may slow down with high data traffic, your Linksys Switch fuels each of your computers with fullduplex transfer mode on top of dedicated bandwidth to unleash your network speed.
Apply this switching power to your 10BaseT network, and your data traffic efficiency improves several times over. Connect your file server to the Switch's auto-sensing ports, and speed up access time for all your users in just one move. And when you're ready, switch your way to full duplex speeds of up to Mbps--the speed is yours! Every Switch packs a complete suite of advanced data error detection features for surefire communication every time.
Auto partitioning and data-collision control ensure that not a single bit is lost during even the heaviest moments of network traffic. These rules specify distance limitations and cabling specifications. Data loss, collisions, and other network problems causing down time are likely to occur if the rules below are not followed. All of the workstations below can access all resources on the network 10Mbps users can access the Mbps nodes, and vice versa.
While allowing the 10Mbps and Mbps segments to communicate, the Switch optimizes data traffic by switching the data packets to their destination through the quickest route possible, which improves performance, even on the faster Mbps network segment. A 10Mbps hub connected to another 10Mbps hub can span up to meters feet. A set of stacked hubs, which must be stacked with a stacking cable, counts as one hub or node on the network. Passive hubs do not function as repeaters. After the test, the Power LED will light up.
The remaining LEDs will also light up according to how your data is being transferred, e. Make sure that you have received all of the items listed below. If any items are missing or damaged, contact your Linksys dealer for replacement part s. Each port automatically detects the speed and duplex of the attached cabling to a network card, switch, hub, etc. The ports operate in either full or half duplex, which lets you run at speeds of Mbps, Mbps, 20Mbps or 10Mbps.
Each port on your Switch can connect to workstations, file servers, hubs, repeaters, bridges, routers or other switches. Connections to the switch require UTP Category 5 network cabling with RJ tips, not to exceed meters feet in length. See page 10 for more details on cabling. To connect a computer directly to the switch, plug one end of the cable into the switch, then plug the other end of the cable into the computer's network adapter. The Switch will have dedicated communication with all its connections simultaneously, whereas a hub can only communicate in half duplex transfer mode and broadcasts information to all ports.
This allows you to run one 10Mbps segment to serve users without a need for considerable speed, and a faster Mbps segment devoted to users who depend heavily on graphics, multimedia, database, or other speed-intensive applications. With switched segmentation, your Mbps users will not be slowed down by the users on the 10Mbps segment.
These peripherals, designed to operate at 10Mbps, cannot readily communicate with BaseTX equipment. A 10Mbps interface is also required for cable and DSL connections, which are quickly becoming very popular ways to access the Internet. Fast Ethernet now dominates as the most viable and economical solution to resolve the problem of network speed over all other market alternatives.
Capable of sending and receiving data at Mbps, its bandwidth more than accommodates even the most intensive real-time applications. Also known as BaseTX, Fast Ethernet supports high speed signaling and gives users an efficient and affordable solution for upgrading their present network to the upcoming standard speed of Mbps.
It uses identical data error control and management information as 10BaseT transmissions as well. Because Fast Ethernet is based on similar technology to standard Ethernet, the issue of migrating from 10Mbps to the higher Fast Ethernet speed requires virtually no effort with the right piece of equipment.
This feature acts as a safeguard to deter data loss and ensure that transmissions arrive at their destination intact. The scalability of your Switch, its full duplex data transfer and dedicated bandwidth all contribute to maximizing efficiency in your Fast Ethernet network.
In a shared network, data packets are randomly broadcasted to all stations until they discover their intended destination. Consequently, considerable time and bandwidth is wasted on data packets swimming along network lines before they find their correct address. A switch, on the other hand, looks at the address for each data packet and delivers it directly to the correct destination.
Allowing 10BaseT and BaseTX hardware speeds to run alongside each other eliminates the need to purchase new hardware, rewire and reconfigure an entire site all at once. This scalability factor ensures that Fast Ethernet will not fall obsolete to upgrades in speed standards and maintains use of all your old equipment until you decide to buy speedier replacements. Scalability allows you to budget for your networking needs over time.
Now networks can custom-run fast and slow segments at the same time for different users and departments. Plus, switches can send and receive data simultaneously to all connections, whereas a hub cannot. A hub simply works with one computer at a time and only sends or receives data, since it cannot handle two way communication. If you run sixteen computers from a Mbps hub, then each computer would only share a part of the Mbps bandwidth.
Category 5 is the most reliable and is highly recommended. Category 3 is a good second choice. Straight-through cables are used for connecting computers to a hub. Crossover cables are used for connecting a hub to another hub there is an exception: some hubs have a built-in uplink port that is crossed internally, which allows you to link or connect hubs together with a straight-through cable instead. You can buy pre-made Category 5 cabling, or cut and crimp your own.
Category 5 cables can be purchased or crimped as either straight-through or crossover cables. A Category 5 cable has 8 thin, color-coded wires inside that run from one end of the cable to the other. All 8 wires are used.
In a straight-through cable, wires 1, 2, 3, and 6 at one end of the cable are also wires 1, 2, 3, and 6 at the other end. In a crossover cable, the order of the wires change from one end to the other: wire 1 becomes 3, and 2 becomes 6. See the diagrams on the next page for more detailed information on straight-through and crossover cabling. To determine which wire is wire number 1, hold the cable so that the end of the plastic RJ tip the part that goes into a wall jack first is facing away from you.
Face the clip down so that the copper side faces up the springy clip will now be parallel to the floor. When looking down on the copper side, wire 1 will be on the far left.
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