The Ethernet Switch is suitable for the networking of small and medium-sized enterprises, Internet cafe and households. 24 * 10/100M, 2 * 10/100/1000M, and 2 SFP Ports.
Choose a suitable location for the rack mountable switch, considering the following requirements:
• Suitable power source
• Keep it away from heat sources and sunlight
• Keep it away from electromagnetic interference
• Allow 10 cm space above the unit for good ventilation
1. Remove the backing paper from the rubber feet and stick one in each of the indicated locations on the bottom of the switch.
2. Attach the L” bracket to the front corners of the switch using the mounting screws.
3. Place the switch in a standard EIA 19" rack. Adjust the mounting brackets so the holes align with the mounting holes in the rack and fasten the switch to the rack (NOTE: screws are not provided with the switch for this purpose).
4. Plug the power cable into the socket at the rear of the switch and an appropriate power source. The switch will adjust the input voltage automatically within the input range indicated on the rear panel.
5. The switch performs a self-test (all LED indicators on the status panel flash then sweep from left to right).
When the lights turn off, the test is finished and the switch is ready for use.
6. To connect data sources, plug one end of an Ethernet cable into one of the numbered RJ45 ports of the switch and connect the other end to the source. Category 3, 4 or 5 cables can be used, however Category 5 is recommended.
Caution: Do not connect a phone line to the RJ-45 port; phone signals will damage the unit.
? 1piece Switch
? Power cable
? 2 supporting Frame
? 8 screws
? 4 Rubber Feet
? 1piece User Manual