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Connected Office Product Guide
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Linksys - for Business Efficiency and Peace of Mind
For business efficiency and peace of mind Linksys Business Solutions offer leading edge
technologies at prices well within the reach of budget minded businesses. They reduce
operational complexity and deployment costs while increasing network performance and
reliability. Linksys products are well equipped to mitigate the threats endangering today’s
networks. Strong security features help block attacks originating from outside and within
the organisation. Linksys Business Solutions are backed by tech support, competitive
warranties and provide far-reaching investment protection through the Linksys to Cisco
Trade-Up Program.
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Network Attached Storage
IP Cameras
Access Points
Managed Smart Switches
Layer 2+ Stackable Switches
For business efficiency and peace of mind
Voice Systems
IP PBX
Table of Contents
Introduction
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Linksys Connected Office - Introduction
Solution Examples
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Networking (LAN) Example
Remote Access (WAN) & Security Example
Wireless Access Solution Example
Voice Solution Example
Network Attached Storage Example
Linksys One Network Example
Large Business Network with Branch Offices
Product Overview
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Wireless Routers and Access Points
Exterior Access Point, WLAN Bridge, Notebook Adapters
Wired Routers
Unmanaged Desktop Switches
Unmanaged Rackmount Switches
Managed Smart Switches
Managed Desktop Switches (WebView and SNMP)
Managed Rackmount Switches (WebView and SNMP)
Accessories for Switches
IP Cameras
Managed Layer 2+ Stackable Switches, Redundant Power Supply
Network Attached Storage
Linksys One Routers and Gateways
Linksys Voice System - LVS
Feature Matrices and Glossaries
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Managed Switches - Feature Matrix
Managed Stackable Switches
Unmanaged Switches - Feature Matrix
Power over Ethernet Switches - Feature Matrix
Smart Switches - Feature Matrix
Switching- Feature Glossary
Routers- Feature Matrix
Routers- Feature Glossary
Linksys Voice System - LVS - Feature Matrices
Glossary of Terms
Support
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Linksys Business Support
Linksys Business Series
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Linksys Connected Office
- Introduction
The Linksys Connected Office is a broad portfolio of products and solutions ideal for
businesses at any stage in their development. With Linksys Connected Office it’s easy to build
and manage a network with or without an IT staff. Whether a small business designs their own
network or works with a Value Added Reseller (VAR), Linksys Connected Office has just the right
products or solutions to meet their business requirements. Build a new network or expand an
existing one with robust and affordable Business Series products. Or choose Linksys One,
the automated and intelligent data and voice solution that a reseller can manage allowing a
company to focus on their business.
Business Series
Linksys Business Series products add value to any network. They include Virtual Private Network
(VPN) Routers, Unmanaged and Managed 10/100 and Gigabit Switches with and without Power
over Ethernet (PoE), Linux-based Network Attached Storage and IP Telephony with the Linksys
Voice System (LVS). They are engineered with built-in security and reliability. Some Business
Series products are also Linksys One Ready so they can operate in any standard business
network or be instantly integrated into an automated Linksys One solution. This gives a small
business the ability to build a robust networking platform with the option of transitioning to a
hosted Linksys One solution when they are ready to do so.
Linksys One
Linksys One es una red automática e integrada de dispositivos de red de datos como routers
VPN inalámbricos y con cables, switches apilables, almacenamiento conectado a la red y
teléfonos IP. Además de la alta velocidad de la banda ancha y la conectividad de voz y LAN, los
proveedores de Linksys One ofrecen una selección de aplicaciones empresariales con el fin de
conseguir que las empresas sean más eficientes y productivas.
Quality with Affordability
With Linksys Connected Office products, small businesses don’t have to choose between
quality and affordability. Linksys Connected Office products and solutions are backed by
decades of networking and voice engineering innovations and expertise from the two leaders
in the industry – Cisco and Linksys. This industry prowess results in best-in-class products
aggressively priced for budget-conscious small businesses.
* The Linksys to Cisco Trade Up program is only available in the EU countries.
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Linksys Connected Office
- Introduction
The Linksys Connected Office is a broad portfolio of products and solutions ideal for businesses
at any stage in their development. With Linksys Connected Office it’s easy to build and manage a
network with or without an IT staff. Whether you design your own network or work with a Value
Added Reseller (VAR), Linksys Connected Office has just the right products or solutions to meet
your business requirements. Build a new network or expand your existing one with robust and
affordable Business Series products. Or choose Linksys One, the automated and intelligent data
and voice solution that a reseller can manage for you allowing you to focus on your business.
Business Series
Linksys Business Series products add value to any network. They include Virtual Private Network
(VPN) Routers, Unmanaged and Managed 10/100 and Gigabit Switches with and without Power
over Ethernet (PoE), Linux-based Network Attached Storage and IP Telephony with the Linksys
Voice System (LVS). They are engineered with built-in security and reliability. Some Business Series
products are also Linksys One Ready so they can operate in any standard business network or be
instantly integrated into an automated Linksys One solution. This gives your business the ability
to build a robust networking platform with the option of transitioning to a hosted Linksys One
solution when you are ready to do so.
Linksys One
Linksys One is an automated and integrated network of data networking devices like wired and
wireless VPN Routers, Stackable Switches, Network Attached Storage, IP Video Surveillance and IP
Phones. In addition to high-speed broadband, LAN and Voice connectivity, Linksys One providers
offer a selection of business applications to make your business more efficient and productive.
Quality with Affordability
With Linksys Connected Office products, you don’t have to choose between quality and
affordability. Linksys Connected Office products and solutions are backed by decades of
networking and voice engineering innovations and expertise from the two leaders in the industry
– Cisco and Linksys. This industry prowess results in best-in-class products aggressively priced for
your budget-conscious small businesses.
System and Linksys One, Solution Providers keep businesses communicating. Linksys One also enables
VARs to remotely manage a small business’ Linksys One data and voice network with expanded device
visibility. These remote management capabilities let small businesses focus on their business.
Security
Many Connected Office routers include advanced firewalls and Intrusion Prevention. For
employees working from home or who are constantly on the road, Business Series and Linksys
One routers and client devices also include Virtual Private Network (VPN) and Linksys QuickVPN so
employees can access company networks and securely communicate with colleagues.
Investment Protection
Linksys Connected Office products will serve your business reliably for many years to come. Yet when
your small business isn’t so small anymore, you may need to integrate or upgrade to enterprise-level
networking products. With the Linksys to Cisco Trade-Up Program, you can trade up to Cisco enterprise-level products within the first three years of your eligible Connected Office product purchase.
Service and Support
With Business Series products, small businesses have access to technical support from highlytrained support staffs, free firmware maintenance releases, and competitive warranties. Many
products also include web-based, remote management tools, so network administrators can
configure, troubleshoot the network or even optimize it for voice, storage, and high-bandwidth
traffic. With Linksys Voice
Endless Solutions. One Source
You need solutions that can keep up with the demands of the business now and be there for you in
the future. Linksys Connected Office products are designed from the ground up to work together and
optimized to bring you the best possible solutions from a single source. Your business can compete
and succeed when it’s a Linksys Connected Office.
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Networking (LAN) Example
Key Features:
• Non-Blocking Architecture
• L2 & L3 QoS/CoS
• Security & Traffic Management
• Fully Managed L2 Features - SNMP,
Http, Telnet, RMON
• Network Availability Features Spanning Tree, Link Aggregation,
Storm Prevention
BLDG2
BLDG1
Conference Room
Servers
SLM2008
SGE2000P
Managed,
Stackable 1
Gigabit
Switches w/ PoE
SPA926
IP Phone
3 SRW2XXXG4
Linksys Small Business products are designed and engineered specifically for networking small
businesses at virtually any stage in their development. These feature-rich, affordable solutions
enable small businesses and their employees to collaborate, communicate, access data, use
peripherals like printers, share applications and compete. Small businesses now have access
to features like Ethernet and Gigabit switch non-blocking architecture, link aggregation, and
broadcast storm prevention, multiple VLAN mapping and tagging, rackmountable network
attached storage, and much more. These products are simple to install, operate and manage,
yet give businesses the networking performance they need now and in the future.
Product
Description
LAN Features
10/100 or
10/100/1000
Link
Aggregation
Jumbo
Frames
Blocking/
Non-Blocking
Managable
MAC Filtering
10/100
•
Mini
•
•
•
10/100
•
Mini
•
•
•
10/100
•
Mini
•
•
•
10/100/1000
•
•
•
•
•
10/100/1000
•
•
•
•
•
10/100/1000
•
•
•
•
•
10/100/1000
•
•
•
•
•
10/100/1000
•
•
•
•
•
10/100
•
Mini
•
•
•
10/100
•
Mini
•
•
•
10/100
•
Mini
•
•
•
10/100
•
Mini
•
•
•
10/100
•
Mini
•
•
•
24-port 10/100 +
SRW224G4
4-Port Gigabit
Managed Switch with WebView
48-port 10/100 +
NSS6XXX
SRW248G4
Warehouse
4-Port Gigabit
Managed Switch with WebView
24-port 10/100 +
2-Port Gigabit
SRW224P
Workstations
RPS1000
2
Managed Switch with WebView and
SLM224G
Power over Ethernet
Workstations
16-Port 10/100/1000 Gigabit Switch
SRW2016
with WebView
24-Port 10/100/1000 Gigabit Switch
SRW2024
with WebView
1 SGE2000/P Managed Stackable Gigabit Switch (with and without PoE) serves as a backbone switch
for the network with connectivity to company servers and Network Storage Systems (NSS4xxx or NSS6xxx)
so users can access, share and archive business critical data.
48-Port 10/100/1000 Gigabit Switch
SRW2048
with WebView
8-Port 10/100/1000 Ethernet Switch
2 SLMxxx Smart Switches provide cost-effective connectivitiy with simplified management targeted for
SRW2008
with WebView
small business workgroups (Conference Rooms, Labs, Warehouses) or the network edge.
8-port 10/100/1000 Ethernet Switch
SRW2008P
with WebView and PoE
3 SRW2xxG4 Managed 10/100 Ethernet Switch provides connectivity to a company workgroup on the
same floor or on a different floor of the business.
4 SRW208x Managed 10/100 Workgroup Switch with PoE for workgroup that requires Power over
8-Port 10/100 Ethernet Switch with
SRW208
WebView
8-port 10/100 Ethernet Switch with
SRW208G
WebView and Expansion Slots
Ethernet enabled devices such as VoIP phones and Wireless Access Points (WAP4400N)
8-Port 10/100 Ethernet Switch with
Link Aggregation - When two or more fast Ethernet or Gigabit Ethernet ports are combined to increase
the throughput capacity from switch to switch (or device). Link Aggregation is especially useful to speed
along multiple user PC hard drive back ups to company servers or storage devices.
SRW208L
WebView and 100Base-LX Uplink
8-port 10/100 Ethernet Switch with
SRW208P
WebView and PoE
8-port 10/100 Ethernet Switch with
PoE (Power over Ethernet) - PoE Switches can deliver power to PoE-enabled devices like Wireless Access
Points or IP Phones through their Ethernet ports to eliminate the nedd for power outlets. These switches
have built-in safeguards to poll connected end devices for PoE capability before delivering power. PoE
enables companies to position Wireless Access Points virtually anywhere in their buildings when power
outlets are not available or to optimize best possible wireless signal coverage for employees. PoE also
enables phones to be placed or relocated to different areas where power outlets are not available.
Stackable Switches - Stackable switches are switches that can be connected and managed as one switch.
For example, four 24-port stackable switches could be managed as one 96-port switch. This capability helps
to simplify and streamline management workflow of the stack.
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SRW208MP
WebView and Maximum Power PoE
Network Storage System with
NSS4100
10/100/1000
•
•
•
10/100/1000
•
•
•
four 250GB HDDs
Network Storage System with
NSS6100
four 250GB HDDs
For more features on each product see pages 52-74.
Download datasheets on www.linksys.eu
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Remote Access (WAN) & Security Example
• Web Attacks
• IP Fragmentation
• Trojan Horse/Back Door
• Port Scan
• Buffer Overflow
• Vulnerabilities Attacks
Key Features:
• IPSec and SSL VPN
• Wireless Option
• Support for Gateway-to-Gateway
• DoS/DDoS
• Worm Attacks
Small businesses often need their networks to go with them when they travel. Or want to
connect to a satellite office. Linksys Small Business products enable them to keep in touch
with their home office and stay on the job anytime, anywhere they can connect to the Internet.
Whether they need wired or wireless connectivity, IPSec or SSL security, there is a Linksys Small
Business product that will let them keep their employees productive. In branch offices or on the
road, they can communicate knowing that their data will stay safe. And many Small Business
products are remotely manageable, so a business’ network administrator can monitor, configure
or troubleshoot the network through a browser-based user interface.
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Note: Different colored lines
indicate discrete transmission
signals
VPN Tunnel
(using IPSec)
WRVS4400N
Wireless-N VPN Router
with Integrated
Firewall and Intrusion
Prevention
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Remote Worker - Employees who work from
home or when traveling access the company
network securely using Linksys Quick VPN which
establishes a secure (encrypted) VPN tunnel over
the Internet.
3
Remote Worker/Contractor in a Public or
at a Hosted Venue - In addition to using IPSec
encryption over VPN, a small business’ traveling
employee or remote contractor (with access
privileges) can access the company network via an
SSL session.
4
Linksys Business Series VPN Routers - Linksys
has a complete selection of wired and wireless
VPN routers, so workers can communicate and
collaborate confidentially or access business-critical
data from a remote office or when they’re traveling.
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Remote Access Features
VPN Pass
Through
VPN Termination
# of Remote Users
Encryption
Performance
FW / IDS-IPS / AV/ UTM
Dual WAN
RV042
10/100 4-Port VPN Router
•
•
50 *
59 Mbps
FW
•
RV082
10/100 8-Port VPN Router
•
•
50 *
90 Mbps
FW
•
•
•
5
2 Mbps
FW / IPS
•
•
10
17 Mbps
FW
•
•
10
30 Mbps
FW
•
•
5
2 Mbps
FW / IPS
4-Port Gigabit Security Router
with VPN
RVL200
4-Port SSL/IPSec VPN Router
Wireless-G VPN Router with
WRV200
RangeBooster
VPN
(usi Tunn
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SSL el
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Wireless-N Gigabit Security Router
WRVS4400N
with VPN
* With QuickVPN 50 user license upgrade
For more features on each product see pages 52-74.
Download datasheets on www.linksys.eu
Branch/Satellite Office - Uses VPN (Virtual Private
Network) with IPSec (Internet Protocol Security)
encryption to communicate confidentially or
access sensitive company information with Main
Office. WRVS4400N Wireless-N Router also
includes Intrusion Prevention System to repel
malicious software attacks.
2
Description
RVS4000
Internet
Malicious
Software Attack
Product
RVL200
3
VPN Router
with IPSec and
SSL
RVxxxx Wired
4
VPN Router
with Integrated
Firewall
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Wireless Access Solution Example
Key Features:
• 802.11g, Wi-Fi, PoE, 802.11 draft-n
• Multiple SSID->VLAN Mapping
• Security and QoS
- 802.1 x, WPA, WMM
• Multiple AP Modes
- AP,P to P,P to MP
Nearby Office
Up to 4 km
WAP200E
Wireless-G
Outdoor
Access Point
WAP200E
Wireless-G
Outdoor
Access Point
5
4
Main Office
SPA962
VoIP Phone
SRW or SFE
Managed 10/100
Switch with PoE
SRW or SGE
Managed PoE Switch
WVC200
3
1
SPA962
VoIP Phone
Notebook PC
with
WPC4400N
Adapter
WAP4400N
Wireless-N
Access Point
Camera
Voice SSID
NSSxxxx
Network Storage
WAP200
Wireless-G
Access Point
PoE (Power over Ethernet) - PoE Switches can deliver power to PoE-enabled devices like Wireless Access
Points or IP Phones through their Ethernet ports. These switches have built-in safeguards to poll connected
end devices for PoE capability before delivering power. PoE enables companies to position Wireless Access
Points virtually anywhere in their buildings when power outlets are not available or to achieve best possible
wireless signal coverage for employees. PoE also enables phones to be placed or relocated to different
Ethernet nodes throughout a building.
SSID (Service Set Identifier) - The SSID is the name of a wireless network broadcast by a wireless router
or access point to which wireless clients associate. The WAP200 has the ability to broadcast multiple SSIDs
for discrete networks. One SSID, for example for surveillance, can be a password-protected private network
with access rights to only select users in a business. Another SSID can also be a private company network
for employee-only access to company resources or a public network, so guests of the company can access
the Internet and their email.
Once a small business goes wireless, they will wonder how they ever lived without it. Now they
can enjoy the freedom to work anywhere, without cables and get the performance they have
come to expect from a robust business network—wirelessly. Many Linksys Small Business wireless
routers, access points and adapters include features like multiple SSID-to-VLAN mapping, 802.11g
or draft 802.11n with Power over Ethernet, VPN security, Quality of Service, WPA and WMM and
more. At the same time, these devices are easy to set up, reliable, and include powerful and
intuitive management tools. Going wireless has never been so easy or affordable.
Wi-Fi IP
Phone
Product
Description
Wireless Features
2
802.11g/
Draft 802.11n
Multiple SSID-VLAN
11g
•
Wireless-G Access Point with
Shared
Network
Resource
WAP200
Power over Ethernet and RangeBooster
WVC200
Workgroup Workstations
Camera
Wireless-G Exterior Access Point with
WAP200E
11g
Power over Ethernet
•
AP Modes
AP, Pt-to-Pt Bridge, Pt-to-Mpt
Bridge, Repeater
AP, Pt-to-Pt Bridge, Pt-to-Mpt
Bridge, Repeater
Wireless-N Access Point with
WAP4400N
11g / 11n
Future
AP
Power over Ethernet
1
2
SRW or SGE Managed Gigabit Ethernet Switch with Power over Ethernet (PoE) serves as a backbone switch
for the network with connectivity to employees workstations, company’s Network Storage Systems
(NSSxxxx) to access, share and archive business critical data; shared resources like networked printers and
PoE-end devices like VoIP Phones and Wireless Access Points (WAP200 and WAP4400N).
VLANs - Separate Virtual Local Area Networks (VLANs) are configured in the backbone switch to secure and
optimize traffic flow between users in discrete workgroups. For example, an accounting department and a
marketing department are typically on separate VLANs.
3
WAP200 Wireless Access Point provides connectivity to WiFi IP Phone clients and surveillance cameras
each on their own network (SSID).
4
WAP200E Wireless-G Outdoor Access Points. These outdoor access points derive their power from a PoE
switch since they are typically mounted on rooftops or on other high perches of a company’s building
where power outlets may not be present. In this scenario, each WAP200E is configured in bridging
mode connecting the Main Office and Nearby Office networks so users in each office can communicate,
collaborate with one another and access company data and resources in the entire company.
5
Nearby Office Network is bridged to the Main Office network and contains the necessary wired and wireless
devices to conduct business.
10
Wireless-G VPN Router with
WRV200
11g
RangeBooster
•
11g / 11n
Future
with VPN
WPC4400N
Wireless-N Notebook Adapter
MAC Filtering
•
•
•
•
•
•
AP, Pt-to-Pt Bridge, Pt-to-Mpt
•
Bridge, Repeater
Wireless-N Gigabit Security Router
WRVS4400N
Upgradeable
Antennas
AP
•
•
11g / 11n
* The Linksys Wireless-N products are based on the 802.11n draft specification, which is a pre-standard definition.
For more features on each product see pages 52-74.
Download datasheets on www.linksys.eu
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Voice Solution Example
Key Features:
• Auto Configuration with SPA9000 IP PBX
• Multi-Line VoIP Phone System
• Call Transfer
• Call Parking
• Intercom and Paging
Broadband
Service
• Multi-Line Conferencing
• Hunting
• Shared Lines
• Call Forwarding
Legacy
Telecom Network
(PSTN)
Broadband
Phone Service
SOHO or Small Business
1
WIP330
2
WRV200
Wireless Router
BB Modem
SPA400
Local Area
Network
3
LVS IP Phones are automatically detected and registered with the small business ITSP when connected
to the SPA9000 IP PBX through a Power over Ethernet (PoE) Switch (SRW248G4P, SFE2000P or
SGE2000P) on the network. The SPA9000 features auto-attendant, shared line appearances, three way
conferencing, intercom, hunt groups, call transfer, call forwarding, call parking lot, group paging, and
music on hold. Analog phones and fax machines can also be connected to the SPA9000’s FXS ports
for calling or faxing over the IP network. With the SPA9000, small business can get the benefits of VoIP,
including low cost long distance service, telephone number portability, and utilizing the same network
for both voice and data.
4
LVS features a full line of IP Phones supporting from 1 to up to 6 lines (SPA921, SPA922, SPA941,
SPA942, and SPA962) and are designed to be interoperable with SIP (Session Initiation Protocol)
based IP telephony networks. They are also PoE-end devices so they can be powered from a PoE switch
allowing them to be placed virtually anywhere in an office environment. Up to 16 phones can be
supported with one SPA9000 IP PBX.
Small businesses that need the sophistication of a high-end office phone system, but want the
convenience and lower cost of Voice over IP can choose the Linksys Voice System which gives
them both. The LVS network has an IP PBX at its heart, voice gateways that lets small businesses
leverage their existing PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network) service, and a wide range of
IP Phones priced for any budget. Run phones, fax, wireless products, and broadband service
from one network — it’s easy, and it saves businesses money every day.
Product
Description
Voice Over IP
L2/L3 QoS
SPA901
SPA962
IP Phone
SPA921
IP Phone
SRW, SFE, or SGE
Managed PoE Switch
4
1-Line IP Telephone
1-Line IP Telephone with 1 Ethernet Port and
SPA921
Hi-Res Display
1-Line IP Telephone with 2-Port Ethernet Switch,
SPA922
PoE and Hi-Res Backlit Display
2 or 4-Line IP Telephone with 1 Ethernet Port and
SPA941
Hi-Res Display
SPA901
IP Phone
3
SPA942
IP Phone
Workstations
SPA9000
IP PBX
1
A Linksys Broadband Modem (Cable or ADSL/ADSL2+) provides connectivity to Internet Service
Providers (ISPs) and an Internet Telephony Service Provider (ITSP) that enables small businesses to make
and receive phone calls with Voice-over-IP (VoIP) a method of sending and receiving voice signals that
have been converted to data packets over IP networks. A Linksys Wireless Router provides connectivity to
users on the network to transfer data and voice.
2
The SPA400 is an Analog Line Gateway (used in conjunction with the SPA9000 IP PBX) for connectivity
to a Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN). With the SPA400 analog/legacy phones and fax machines
or IP Phones hosted by the SPA9000 can access the PSTN. This gives small businesses the option to
support their existing phone infrastructure in addition to using VoIP. The SPA400 also maintains a voicemail
system supporting up to 32 separate voicemail accounts.
12
2 or 4-Line IP Telephone with 2 Port Ethernet Switch,
SPA942
PoE and Hi-Res Backlit Display
PoE
Port-based
QoS
Web Mngt.
Downloadable
.XML Config
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Multi-Language
Support
•
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SPA962
6-Line IP Telephone with 2-Port Ethernet Switch
•
SPA9000
IP Telephony System
•
SPA400
Internet Telephony Gateway with 4 FXO Ports
•
•
For more features on each product see pages 52-74.
Download datasheets on www.linksys.eu
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Network Attached Storage Example
Key Features:
• 1U 19” Rack-Mountable Intelligent Chassis
• 4 Hot-Swappable SATA Hard Drive Bays
• Support for PC/Mac (SMB/CIFS)
and Linux/Unix (NFS) clients
• Support for RAID 0,1,5,10, and JBOD
configurations
• Dual Gigabit Ethernet Interfaces
• Flash-based Storage for OS/applications
(eliminates dependence on system drives)
• Network-based Storage Aggregation
• Volume Encryption
• Linksys One Ready
4
WVC2300
WAP4400N
Wireless-N
Access Point
Camera
3
Small Business
1
Data Sharing and
Workstation Hard
Drives Back Ups
Workstations
SPA962
IP Phone
(Powered from
SGE2000P)
The intelligent chassis design of the Linksys Network Storage System (NSS) series of products
gives IT managers, VARs and integrators the flexibility to configure or reconfigure a storage
system for specific business requirements. A Linksys Business Series NSS product can be
optimized for performance, capacity and/or reliability depending on the size and type of SATA
(Serial ATA) drives selected or included. Supporting as many as 15 or 75 concurrent CIFS users,
Linksys Business Series NSS products bring robust Network Attached Storage (NAS) within reach
of today’s budget-minded small businesses or workgroups in larger organizations.
NSS6100
Network
Storage
Systems
2
SGE2000P
Managed,
Stackable Gigabit
Switches w/PoE
RPS1000
Redundant
Power Supply
1
Hard drives on employee workstations are backed up to Network Storage Systems (NSS4xxx or NSS6xxx).
Employees also use the NSS units to share and retrieve business-critical data.
2
Each Network Storage System chassis includes two Gigabit Ethernet uplink ports that can be connected
to Gigabit Ethernet ports on a Gigabit Switch, like the Stackable Gigabit Ethernet Switch with PoE
(SGE2000P). This capability enables companies to back up hard drives at a much quicker rate and helps to
eliminate data traffic bottlenecks (see also Link Aggregation below).
3
Employees accessing the network wirelessly through a Wireless Access Point (WAP4400N) connected via
Power over Ethernet (PoE) to a PoE Switch like the SGE2000P, can collaborate on files or projects residing on the
NSS devices giving them the freedom to move around the office and attend meetings while still completing work.
4
Network Storage Systems can be used to archive surveillance video that the Wireless Camera (WVC200)
captures and then retrieve it as necessary if an event needs to be reviewed or examined.
Linksys Business Series NSS devices are ideal for storing, backing up, sharing and archiving
critical company or customer information on an on-going basis. The feature set of the rackmountable Linksys NSS series set it apart from entry-level, desktop NAS systems. At the same
time, its competitive pricing gives small businesses the opportunity to realize substantial cost
savings when compared with more expensive and inflexible server arrays.
Unlike other NAS systems that need to contain operating system software on one or more hard
drives, each Linksys NSS product features a unique and intelligent chassis that contains the Linux
OS that controls the system. This gives the NSS system the flexibility to be configured without
connected drives and reconfigured at any time, even hot swapping and resorting hard drives to
different storage bays.
Product
Description
Network Storage Stystem Features
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Concurrent
CIFS Users
75
Concurrent
CIFS Users
NSS4000
4-Bay Rack-mountable Network Storage System
•
NSS4100
4-Bay Rack-mountable Network Storage System
•
NSS6000
4-Bay Rack-mountable Network Storage System
•
NSS6100
4-Bay Rack-mountable Network Storage System
•
Chassis
Only
Includes (4)
250GB Hard
Drives
Preconfigured
RAID 5
•
•
•
•
•
•
Linksys One
Ready
Max. Unformatted
Capacity
•
3TB
•
3TB
•
3TB
•
3TB
For more features on each product see pages 52-74.
Download datasheets on www.linksys.eu
Link Aggregation - When two or more Ethernet or Gigabit Ethernet ports are combined together to increase
the throughput capacity from switch to switch (or from switch to an NSS device with Gigabit Ethernet uplink
ports). Link Aggregation is especially useful to speed along multiple user PC hard drive back ups to company
servers or storage devices.
PoE (Power over Ethernet) - PoE Switches can deliver power to PoE-enabled devices like Wireless Access
Points or IP Phones through their Ethernet ports. These switches have built-in safeguards to poll connected end
devices for PoE capability before delivering power. PoE enables companies to position Wireless Access Points
virtually anywhere in their buildings when power outlets are not available or to achieve best possible wireless
signal coverage for employees. PoE also enables PoE enabled phones to be placed or relocated to any area
throughout a building.
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Network Example
PSTN
Now small businesses, instead of piecing together different and sometimes incompatible
networking products, phones and other devices, can have an integrated solution that’s designed
to work together. With a Linksys One solution, small businesses also have a single trusted contact,
a Linksys One VAR, who provides quick installation, training, and remote management, together
with an authorized Service Provider that can deliver low cost, business applications and IP phone
service.
Hosted
Solution
Provider
IP Voice, Business
Applications
Workstations
Value Added Reseller
(remotely manages
the network)
Data Sharing and
Workstation Hard
Drives Back Ups
Linksys One has powerful security, Quality of Service (QoS) and reliability built right into the
solution, so a small business can focus on their business. This unique technology leverages years of
Cisco and Linksys experience in building secure voice and data networks, and brings that expertise
to the Linksys One solution.
RVR3500
Router
Linksys One Phones
(Powered from
SGE2000P)
Linksys One is part of the Linksys portfolio of solutions for Small Business. It can be configured as
a remotely managed data networking solution or as a complete converged, hosted data/voice
solution. It can be customized to a small business’ needs. It can grow as the business grows with
additional Linksys One Ready network switches (SFE and SGE), Linksys One Ready Network Storage
System (NSS) products, Linksys One IP phones, and other Linksys One devices that instantly
connect to the system.
NSS6100
Linksys One Ready
Network Storage Systems
SGE2000P
Linksys One Ready
Gigabit Ethernet
Switches with PoE
RPS1000
Redundant Power Supply
Linksys One Phones
(Powered from
SGE2000P)
As a small business grows, the Linksys One solution can grow with them. New employees can be
connected to computers and phones in minutes. The Linksys One network updates itself and can
automatically incorporate new Linksys One devices and applications to provide smarter ways for
companies to transact business. This level of integration enables small businesses to scale their
system cost effectively with simple moves, adds and changes.
Linksys Business Series SFE and SGE Stackable Switches and Network Storage Systems (NSS)
are Linksys One Ready devices. That means they already include the necessary firmware to be
integrated into a Linksys One network. All that a small business needs to do is to supplement their
data network with a Linksys One Services Router (and Linksys One IP Phones if they want voice).
The Linksys One Services Router will instantly discover the Linksys One Ready Switches and NSS
devices and include them on the network.
Linksys One
Voice Gateway
Workstations
PVC2300
Surveillance
Camera
Analog Phone
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Fax Machine
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Large Business Network with Branch Offices
Quick VPN
SOHO
London
Remote Office/Worker
Main Office
SSL
Client
IPSec
Client
Conference Room
WVC200
Camera
WRV200
Integrated
Wireless Router
Firewall
SLM2008
SPA926
IP Phone
BLDG1
RV Family
RVL200
SLM224P
Internet
WMP200
PC Adapter
Integrated
Firewall
Manchester
Branch Office
SGE2000P
Managed,
Stackable
Gigabit
Switches w/PoE
WET200
Wireless-G
Business
Ethernet Bridge
SRW2xxG4
BLDG2
RVS4000
Router
Integrated
Firewall
Servers
PVC2300
Surveillance
Camera
WAP200
Wireless Access
Point
NSS6XXX
WET200
Wireless-G
Business
Ethernet Bridge
SLM224P
Notebook PC
with WPC200
Adapter
RPS1000
SRW208P
PoE Switch
WVC2300
Camera
WAP200
Wireless Access
Point
SPA962
IP Phone
SPA942
IP Phone
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Notebook PC
with WPC200
Adapter
WVC200
Camera
WAP200
Wireless Access
Point
Notebook PC
with WPC200
Adapter
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Wireless Routers
Access Points
WRVS4400N
Wireless-N* Gigabit Security Router
with VPN
WAP4400N
Wireless-N* Access Point with Power
over Ethernet
• Wireless-N* offers greater speed and coverage than
Wireless-G, while at the same time being backwards
compatible with 802.11b and -g devices
• SPI Firewall, and Intrusion Prevention secure the work
from outside threats
• QuickVPN IPSec VPN tunnel support provides
secure remote user connectivity
• Support for WMM provides improved QoS over wireless
connections for better video and voice performance
• Complies with IEEE draft 802.11n standards while at the same
time being backwards compatible with 802.11b and -g devices
• Standards-based PoE (IEEE 802.3af) or External DC power
• MIMO technology uses multiple radios to create a robust signal
that travels farther and reduces dead spots
• Support for WMM provides improved QoS over wireless
connections for better video and voice performance
WRV200
Wireless-G VPN Router with RangeBooster
• RangeBooster (MIMO) technology for dramatically
increased range
• SPI Firewall, Encryption, and VPN support makes
your network secure
• Multiple BSSIDs and VLANs provide separate
secure networks
• Enhanced QoS for both Wireless and wired provide
improved quality voice/video
WRT54G3G-EM
Wireless-G Router for 3G/UMTS Broadband
• All-in-one Internet-sharing Router, 4-port Switch,
and Wireless-G (802.11g) Access Point
• Shares 3G/UMTS or GPRS Internet connection and
other resources with Ethernet wired and Wireless-G clients
• Includes PC Card slot for 3G/UMTS data card (available separately)
• High security: Wi-Fi Protected Access™ (WPA/WPA2
Personal), wireless MAC address filtering, powerful
SPI firewall
WAP200
Wireless-G Access Point with Power over
Ethernet and RangeBooster
• Standards-based POE (IEEE 802.3af) or External DC power
• RangeBooster technology for up to twice the range,
reduced dead spots, and up to 35% more throughput
than standard Wireless-G
• Advanced wireless security using Wi-Fi Protected Access™
(WPA2) with up to 256-bit encryption, and new Security
Monitoring Feature gives your business the visibility and
protection it needs
• Support for WMM provides improved QoS over wireless
connections for better video and voice performance.
WAP2000
Wireless-G Access Point with Power over
Ethernet
• Standards-based PoE (IEEE 802.3af) or External DC power
• RangeBooster technology for up to twice the range,
reduced dead spots, and up to 35% more throughput than
standard 802.11g.
• Advanced wireless security using Wi-Fi Protected Access™
(WPA2) with up to 256-bit encryption and Support for
WMM provides improved QoS over wireless connections for
better video and voice performance.
• Linksys One Ready for instant integration into a Linksys
One network.
* The Linksys Wireless-N products are based on the 802.11n draft specification, which is a pre-standard definition.
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Exterior Access Point & WLAN Bridge
Notebook Adapters
WPC4400N
Wireless-N* Notebook Adapter
WAP200E
Wireless-G Exterior Access Point with
Power over Ethernet
• Add high-speed Wireless-G MIMO access to the exterior
areas of your small business network
• RangeBooster technology for up to twice the range,
reduced dead spots, and up to 35% more throughput than
standard Wireless-G
• Weather-proof housing (NEMA IP53 compliant), internal
high-gain antennas, and Power-over-Ethernet enable safe,
simple, exterior installations
• Advanced security with WPA encryption, logging, and
MAC address filtering
Wireless Bridge
WET200
Wireless-G Ethernet Bridge
• 5-port Wireless bridge provides seamless bridging for the
Small Business
• Standards-based POE (IEEE 802.3af) or External DC power
provides flexible installation
• RangeBooster technology for up to twice the range, reduced
dead spots, and up to 35% more throughput than standard
Wireless-G
• Advanced wireless security using Wi-Fi Protected Access™
(WPA2) with up to 256-bit encryption and support for WMM
provides improved QoS over wireless connections for better
video and voice performance.
• High-speed Wireless-N* Notebook Adapter for your business.
• MIMO technology uses multiple radios to create a robust signal
that travels farther and reduces dead spots
• Significantly faster than Wireless-G, but can also connect to
Wireless-G and –B networks
• Advanced wireless security using Wi-Fi Protected Access™ (WPA2)
with up to 256-bit encryption, and New AP/Client detection gives
your business the visibility and protection it needs
WPC200
Wireless-G Business Notebook Adapter with
RangeBooster
• High-speed Wireless-G Notebook Adapter, with RangeBooster
performance enhancement
• RangeBooster technology for up to twice the range, reduced dead
spots, and up to 35% more throughput than standard Wireless-G
• Advanced wireless security using Wi-Fi Protected Access™ (WPA2)
with up to 256-bit encryption, and new Security Monitoring Feature gives your business the visibility and protection it needs
• Also interoperates with standard Wireless-G and
Wireless-B
WUSB200
Wireless-G Business USB Network Adapter with
RangeBooster
• High-speed Wireless-G USB Adapter, with RangeBooster
performance enhancement
• RangeBooster technology for up to twice the range, reduced dead
spots, and up to 35% more throughput than standard Wireless-G
• Advanced wireless security using Wi-Fi Protected Access™ (WPA2)
with up to 256-bit encryption, and new Security Monitoring
Feature gives your business the visibility and protection it needs
• Also interoperates with standard Wireless-G and
Wireless-B
WMP200
Wireless-G Business PCI Adapter with
RangeBooster
• High-speed Wireless-G for your desktop PC, with RangeBooster
performance enhancement
• RangeBooster technology for up to twice the range, reduced dead
spots, and up to 35% more throughput than standard Wireless-G
• Advanced wireless security using Wi-Fi Protected Access™ (WPA2)
with up to 256-bit encryption, and New Security Monitoring Feature
gives your business the visibility and protection it needs
• Also interoperates with standard Wireless-G and Wireless-B
* The Linksys Wireless-N products are based on the 802.11n draft specification, which is a pre-standard definition.
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Wired Routers
Wired Routers
RVS4000
Gigabit Security Router
RV042
10/100 4-Port VPN Router
• Gigabit networking to support high-bandwidth
applications
• SPI Firewall, and Intrusion Prevention secure the work
from outside threats
• QuickVPN IPSec VPN tunnel support provides
secure remote user connectivity
• QoS provide improved quality voice/video quality
• A high-reliability Internet connection-sharing
4-port switch for small business
• Features dual Internet ports for load balancing and
connection redundancy
• Securely connects up to 50 remote office or traveling
users to your office network via VPN
• Advanced SPI firewall protects your PCs from most known Internet
attacks
RVL200
4-Port SSL/IPSec VPN Router
RV082
10/100 8-Port VPN Router
• SSL VPN gives users flexible and secure access to your
network from anywhere
• Integrated Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI) Firewall
makes your network secure
• Web based interface gives simplified configuration
while SNMP provide additional management
• QoS provide improved quality voice/video quality
• A high-reliability Internet connection-sharing
8-port switch for small business
• Features dual Internet ports for load balancing and
connection redundancy
• Securely connects up to 100 remote office or traveling
users to your office network via VPN
• Advanced SPI firewall protects your PCs from most known Internet
attacks
QVPN50
50 user VPN Tunnel License for WRV54G
RV042, RV082, RV016
• Built-in QuickVPN feature enables 5 easy-to-set-up
incoming VPN connections (client software enclosed)
• VPN “tunnels” create secure links between traveling
or off-site users and your home or small office network
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Unmanaged Desktop Switches
- Gigabit
Unmanaged Desktop Switches
- 10/100
SD2005
5-Port 10/100/1000 Gigabit Switch
SD205
5-Port 10/100 Switch
• 5 Autosensing 10/100/1000, half/full duplex,
switched ports
• Forwards and filters packets at non-blocking,
fullwire speed
• All ports have auto speed negotiation and auto
MDI/MDI-X crossover detection
• Linksys reliability and limited lifetime warranty
• 5 Autosensing 10/100 switched ports with auto
MDI/MDI-X crossover detection
• Up to 200Mbps full duplex bandwidth at each port
• Compact size fits into any environment -- includes
wall-mount slots
• Address Learning and Aging, and Data Flow
Control for enhanced transmission
SD2008
8-Port 10/100/1000 Gigabit Switch
• 8 Autosensing10/100/1000, half/full duplex,
switched ports
• Forwards and filters packets at non-blocking,
full wire speed
• All ports have auto speed negotiation and
auto MDI/MDI-X crossover detection
• Linksys reliability and limited lifetime warranty
SD208
8-Port 10/100 Switch
• 8 Autosensing 10/100 switched ports with auto
MDI/MDI-X crossover detection
• Up to 200Mbps full duplex bandwidth at each port
• Compact size fits into any environment -- includes
wall-mount slots
• Address Learning and Aging, and Data Flow
Control for enhanced transmission reliability
SD216
16-Port 10/100 Switch
• 16 Autosensing 10/100 switched ports with auto
MDI/MDI-X crossover detection
• Up to 200Mbps full duplex bandwidth at each port
• Compact size fits into any environment -- includes
wall-mount slots
• Address Learning and Aging, and Data Flow
Control for enhanced transmission reliability
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Unmanaged Rackmount Switches
- Gigabit
SR2016
16-Port 10/100/1000 Switch
SR216
16-Port 10/100 Switch
• 16 Autosensing 10/100/1000 half/full duplex,
switched ports
• Forwards and filters packets at non-blocking,
full wire speed
• All ports have auto speed negotiation and auto
MDI/MDI-X crossover detection
• Linksys reliability and limited lifetime warranty
• 16 Autosensing 10/100 full duplex, auto MDI/MDI-X ports
• Runs at non-blocking, full wire speeds up to 200Mbps
• Address Learning and Data Flow Control for
transmission reliability
• Suitable for both desktop or rackmount installations
SR2024
24-Port 10/100/1000 Gigabit Switch
SR224
24-Port 10/100 Switch
• 24 Autosensing 10/100/1000, half/full duplex,
switched ports, and two mini-GBIC xpansion ports
• Forwards and filters packets at non-blocking,
full wire speed
• All ports have auto speed negotiation and auto
MDI/MDI-X crossover detection
• Linksys reliability and limited lifetime warranty
• 24 Autosensing 10/100 full duplex,
auto MDI/MDI-X ports
• Runs at non-blocking, full wire speeds up to 200Mbps
• Address Learning and Data Flow Control for
transmission reliability
• Suitable for both desktop or rackmount installations
SR2024C
24-Port 10/100/1000 Gigabit Switch
• 24-port Gigabit switch with 2 Mini-GBIC expansion
ports in a compact form factor
• Forwards and filters packets at non-blocking,
full wire speed
• All ports have auto speed negotiation and auto
MDI/MDI-X crossover detection
• Linksys reliability and limited lifetime warranty
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Unmanaged Rackmount Switches
- 10/100
SR224G
24-Port 10/100 + 2-Port Gigabit Switch
+ 2 MiniGBIC
• 24 autosensing 10/100 full duplex, auto MDI/MDI-X ports
• Two Gigabit (10/100/1000BaseTX) MDI/MDI-X port, and
two mini GBIC expansion port
• Address Learning and Data Flow Control for
transmission reliability
• Linksys reliability and limited lifetime warranty
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Managed Smart Switches
WebView / Web-Based Management
- Gigabit - Desktop
Managed Smart Switches
WebView / Web-Based Management
- 24 ports 10/100
SLM224G
24-port 10/100 + 2-port Gigabit Smart Switch
SLM2005
5-port 10/100/1000 Gigabit Smart Switch
with PD and AC power
• Can obtain power from a standard 802.3af PoE
switch or from an external AC power outlet
• Entry-level management at a cost-effective
price point
• Easy to use Web browser interface make
installation quick and easy
• Basic QoS enables voice, video and data to be
prioritize for optimal network performance
• Easy-to-use Web browser interface makes
installation quick and effortless
• Grow your network with options like Link
Aggregation, Spanning Tree and Portfast
• 802.1x port authentication and MAC address
filtering brings network security down to the
switch port level
• Basic QoS enables voice, video and data to be
prioritize for optimal network performance
SLM224P
24-port 10/100 + 2-port Gigabit Smart Switch
SLM2008
8-port 10/100/1000 Gigabit Smart Switch with
PD and AC power
• Can obtain power from a standard 802.3af PoE
switch or from an external AC power outlet
• Entry-level management at a cost-effective
price point
• Easy to use Web browser interface make
installation quick and easy
• Basic QoS enables voice, video and data to be
prioritize for optimal network performance
• Easy-to-use Web browser interface makes
installation quick and effortless
• Provides IEEE 802.3af PoE power to IP phones,
surveillance cameras, or APs
• 802.1X port authentication and MAC address
filtering brings network security down to the
switch port level
• Basic QoS enables voice, video and data to be
prioritize for optimal network performance
SLM224G4S
24-port 10/100 + 4-port Gigabit
Resilient Clustering Smart Switch
• Easy-to-use Web browser interface makes installation
quick and effortless
• Grow your network with options like Resilient Clustering,
Link Aggregation, Spanning Tree
• 802.1X port authentication and MAC address filtering
brings network security down to the switch port level
• Advanced QoS enables the network to be optimized
for your networked applications, including voice,
video and data storage
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Managed Smart Switches
WebView / Web-Based Management
- 48 ports 10/100
Managed Smart Switches
WebView / Web-Based Management
- Gigabit
SLM248G
48-port 10/100 + 2-port Gigabit Smart Switch
SLM2024
24-port 10/100/1000 Gigabit Smart Switch
• Simplified, web based user management for more
intelligent networking
• Gigabit and SFP interfaces provide flexible uplink
options
• 802.1x port authentication and MAC address
filtering brings network security down to the switch
port level
• Basic QoS enables voice, video and data to be
prioritize for optimal network performance
• Easy-to-use Web browser interface makes installation
quick and effortless
• Grow your network with options like Link
Aggregation, Spanning Tree and Portfast
• 802.1x port authentication and MAC address filtering
brings network security down to the switch port level
• Basic QoS enables voice, video and data to be
prioritize for optimal network performance
SLM248P
48-port 10/100 + 2-port Gigabit Smart Switch
SLM2048
48-port 10/100/1000 Gigabit Smart Switch
• Easy-to-use Web browser interface makes
installation quick and effortless
• Provides IEEE 802.3af PoE power to IP phones,
surveillance cameras, or APs
• 802.1X port authentication and MAC address
filtering brings network security down to the
switch port level
• Basic QoS enables voice, video and data to be
prioritize for optimal network performance
• Easy-to-use Web browser interface makes installation
quick and effortless
• Grow your network with options like Link
Aggregation, Spanning Tree and Portfast
• 802.1x port authentication and MAC address filtering
brings network security down to the switch port level
• Basic QoS enables voice, video and data to be
prioritize for optimal network performance
SLM248G4S
48-port 10/100 + 4-port Gigabit
Resilient Clustering Smart Switch
• Easy-to-use Web browser interface makes installation
quick and effortless
• Grow your network with options like Resilient Clustering,
Link Aggregation, and Spanning Tree
• 802.1X port authentication and MAC address filtering
brings network security down to the switch port level
• Advanced QoS enables the network to be optimized
for your networked applications, including voice,
video and data storage
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Managed Desktop Switches
- Gigabit
Managed Desktop Switches
- 10/100
SRW2008
8-Port 10/100/1000 Gigabit Switch
with WebView / SNMP
SRW208
8-Port 10/100 Ethernet Switch with
WebView / SNMP
• Supports 8 10/100/1000 ports with 2 shared
mini-GBIC slots
• Included Access Control Lists (ACL) for granular
security and QoS configuration
• Features a 16 Gbps, non-blocking switch core
• Fully manageable through the WebView
web interface or console port
Common Features
SRW2008P
8-Port 10/100/1000 Gigabit Switch with
WebView / SNMP and PoE
• Supports 8 10/100/1000 ports with 2 shared
mini-GBIC slots
• Offers Standards-based IEEE 802.3af PoE supporting 4 ports at 15.4W per port or
8 ports at 7.8W
• Features a 16 Gbps, non-blocking switch core
• Fully manageable through the WebView
web interface or console port
• Simplified, web based user management for more
intelligent networking. Forwards and filters packets at
non-blocking, full wire speed.
• 802.1x port authentication and MAC address filtering brings
network security down to the switch port level
• Advance QoS enables the network to be optimized for your
networked applications, including voice, video and data storage
• Rate limiting, policing, shaping, and multicast support
provide advanced traffic management
SRW208L
8-Port 10/100 Ethernet Switch with
WebView / SNMP and 100 Base-L Uplink
• Feature set as SRW208 + Gigabit and 100Base-LX
interfaces provide flexible uplink options
SRW208G
8-Port 10/100 Ethernet Switch with
WebView / SNMP and Expansion Slots
• Feature set as SRW208 + Gigabit Copper and mini-GBIC interfaces
provide flexible uplink options
SRW2008MP
8-Port 10/100/1000 Gigabit Switch with
WebView / SNMP and Maximum Power PoE
• Supports 8 10/100/1000 ports with 2 shared
mini-GBIC slots
• Offers Standards-based IEEE 802.3af PoE supporting 8 ports at 15.4W per port
• Features a 16 Gbps, non-blocking switch core
• Fully manageable through the WebView
web interface or console port
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SRW208P / SRW208MP
8-Port 10/100 Ethernet Switch with
WebView / SNMP and PoE
• Feature set as SRW208 + Standards-based IEEE 802.af PoE
SRW208P: Up to 4 ports at 15 4. W or up to 8 ports at 7.5 W.
SRW208MP: Up to 8 ports at 15 4. W
• Dual gigabit uplinks provide increased bandwidth and and
redundancy down to the switch port level
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Managed Rackmount Switches
(WebView and SNMP) Gigabit
SRW2016
16-Port 10/100/1000 Gigabit Switch with
WebView / SNMP
SRW224P
24-port 10/100 + 2-Port Gigabit Switch with
Power over Ethernet (PoE) and WebView / SNMP
• 16 Autosensing 10/100/1000 full duplex,
auto MDI/MDI-X ports
• Two mini-GBIC expansion ports for fiber expansion
• WebView remote monitoring and configuration via
web browser
• 64 VLANs, 8-port trunking groups, console port,
802.1p CoS support
• Delivers reliable power over 10/100 Ethernet ports using IEEE
802.3af standard
• Secure management via SSH/SSL and secure user control via
802.1x & MAC filtering
• IGMP snooping, L2/L3 COS, queuing & scheduling makes
solution ideal for Voice/Video
• Intelligent traffic management with Rate Limiting,
Policing ACLs, and Storm control
SRW2024
24-Port 10/100/1000 Gigabit Switch with
WebView / SNMP
• 24 Autosensing 10/100/1000 full duplex,
auto MDI/MDI-X ports
• Two mini-GBIC expansion ports for fiber expansion
• WebView remote monitoring and configuration via
web browser
• 64 VLANs, 8-port trunking groups, console port,
802.1p CoS support
SRW2024P
24-port 10/100/1000 + 2 Shared Mini-GBIC
ports Gigabit Switch with WebView / SNMP
with PoE
• 24 Gigabit Ethernet + 2 shared Gigabit Ethernet
(2 combo SFP) PoE supports 12 or 24-ports
• Secure management via SSH/SSL and secure user control
via 802.1x & MAC filtering
• IGMP snooping, L2/L3 COS, queuing & scheduling makes
solution ideal for Voice/Video
• Intelligent traffic management with Rate Limiting,
Policing, Shaping, and Storm control
SRW2048
48-port 10/100/1000 + 4 Shared Mini-GBIC
ports Gigabit Switchwith WebView / SNMP
• Optimized to be your network core with very high
performance and density
• Secure management via SSH/SSL and secure user control
via 802.1x & MAC filtering
• IGMP snooping, L2/L3 COS, queuing & schedulingmakes
solution ideal for Voice/Video
• Intelligent traffic management with Rate Limiting,
Policing, Shaping, and Storm control
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Managed Rackmount Switches
(WebView and SNMP) 10/100
SRW224G4
24-port 10/100 + 4-Port Gigabit Switch with
WebView / SNMP
• Optimized for growing businesses with 4 expandable
Gigabit ports
• Secure management via SSH/SSL and secure user control
via 802.1x & MAC filtering
• IGMP snooping, L2/L3 COS, queuing & scheduling makes
solution ideal for Voice/Video
• Intelligent traffic management with Rate Limiting,
Policing, Shaping, and Storm control
SRW224G4P
24-port 10/100 + 4-port Gigabit Switch with
WebView and Power over Ethernet
• Optimized to be your network core with 24 10/100 Ethernet,
2 shared Gigabit combo and 2 giga ports
• Standards-based IEEE 802.3af PoE - Up To 12 Ports @ 15.4W.
Total PoE power is 180 W.
• Solution ideal for Voice/Video with IGMP snooping, L2/L3
policy filters
• Secure management via SSH/SSL and secure user control via
802.1x & MAC filterin
SRW248G4
48-port 10/100 + 4-Port Gigabit Switch
with WebView / SNMP
• Optimized for growing businesses with 4 expandable
Gigabit ports
• Secure management via SSH/SSL and secure user control
via 802.1x & MAC filtering
• IGMP snooping, L2/L3 COS, queuing & scheduling makes
solution ideal for Voice/Video
• Intelligent traffic management with Rate Limiting,
Policing, Shaping, and Storm control
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Managed Rackmount Switches
(WebView and SNMP) 10/100
SRW248G4P
48-port 10/100 + 4-port Gigabit Switch with
WebView/SNMP and Power over Ethernet
• Optimized to be your network core with 48 10/100
Ethernet, 2 shared Gigabit combo and 2 giga ports
• Standards-based IEEE 802.3af PoE - Up To 24 Ports @ 15.4W.
Total PoE power is 375 W.
• Solution ideal for Voice/Video with IGMP snooping,
L2/L3 policy filters
• Secure management via SSH/SSL and secure user
control via 802.1x & MAC filtering
Accessories for Switches
MGBLH1
Gigabit Ethernet LH Mini-GBIC
SFP Transceiver
• Easy-to-install Mini-GBIC (or SFP) module
• Can achieve distances up to 500 meters or 40 kilometers
MGBSX1
Gigabit Ethernet LH Mini-GBIC
SFP Transceiver
• Easy-to-install
• Can achieve distances up to 220 or 550 meters
MGBT1
Gigabit Ethernet 1000 Base-T Mini-GBIC
SFP Transceiver
• Easy-to-Install
• Maximum distance is 100 meters (328 feet)
MFEFX1
100 Base-FX Mini-GBIC SFP Transceiver
IP Cameras
WVC200
Wireless-G PTZ Internet Camera with Audio
• Sends high-quality live video to your network wirelessly
• Pan/Tilt/Zoom gives flexible control remotely from
a Web Browser
• Capacity to view images even in low light environments
• Automatically sends email alerts with video clips upon motion
detection
• Supports up to ten simultaneous remote users
• Monitor up to 16 cameras with included software
WVC2300
Wireless-G Business Internet Video Camera
with Audio
• Wireless Box camera with interchangeable lenses, and IO ports
allow for flexible installation for multiple applications
• High quality CCD sensor with low light sensitivity and an IR Filter
switcher provides optimal video image under multiple conditions
• Simultaneous dual CODEC provides optimal combination of
viewing and storage of video
• Two-way audio, IP Multicast, 3GPP
• Ideal for Surveillance deployments
PVC2300
Business Internet Video Camera with Audio and PoE
• Sends high-quality live video to your network wirelessly
• Capacity to view images even in low light environments
• Automatically sends email alerts with video clips upon
motion detection
• Supports up to ten simultaneous remote users
• Monitor up to 16 cameras with included software
• Ideal for Surveillance deployments
• 1310nm wavelength for multi-mode fiber
• Supports 100Mbps speed up to 2km
• SFP MSA compliant with duplex LC connector
MFELX1
100 Base-LX Mini-GBIC SFP Transceiver
• 1310nm wavelength for single-mode fiber
• Supports 100Mbps speed up to 10km
• SFP MSA compliant with duplex LC connector
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Managed Layer 2+ Stackable Switches
- Gigabit
Managed Layer 2+ Stackable Switches
- 10/100
SGE2000
24-port 10/100/1000 Gigabit Switch
SFE2000
24-port 10/100 Ethernet Switch
• Fully resilient stacking provides optimized
growth with simplified management
• Granular QoS options makes solution ideal for
improved application experience
• Maximum security and control of traffic with
policing, shaping, ACLs, and QoS
• Linksys One Ready - simple, automated
installation with Linksys One Services
Routers present.
• Fully resilient stacking provides optimized
growth with simplified management
• Granular QoS options makes solution ideal for
improved application experience
• Maximum security and control of traffic with
policing, shaping, ACLs, and QoS
• Linksys One Ready - simple, automated
installation with Linksys One Services
Routers present.
SGE2000P
24-port 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet
Switch with PoE
SFE2000P
24-port 10/100 Ethernet Switch
with PoE
• Fully resilient stacking provides optimized growth
with simplified management
• Provides IEEE 802.3af PoE power to IP phones,
surveillance cameras, or APs
• Maximum security and control of traffic with
policing, shaping, ACLs, and QoS
• Linksys One Ready - simple, automated
installation with Linksys One Services
Routers present.
• Fully resilient stacking provides optimized
growth with simplified management
• Provides IEEE 802.3af PoE power to IP
phones, cameras, or APs
• Maximum security and control of traffic with
policing, shaping, ACLs, and QoS
• Linksys One Ready - simple, automated
installation with Linksys One Services
Routers present.
Redundant Power Supply
RPS1000
380W Redundant Power Supply Unit
• Increases system availability of converged voice,
video and data networks.
• Delivers power supply redundancy to select Business
Series Linksys One Ready products.
• Six Redundant Power Supply ports - provides power
one port at a time
• Provides backup power to Linksys One Ready Stackable Switches and Network Storage System devices
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Network Attached Storage
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NSS4000
4 Drive Bay Gigabit Network
RAID Storage System Chassis
NSS6000
4 Drive Bay Advanced Gigabit Network
RAID Storage System Chassis
• Driveless 4 Drive Bay Chassis Design Allows For
Flexible Hard Drive Configurations Options
• 4 Drive Bay Network Storage System Chassis
Supporting RAID 0/1/1+Spare/5/5+Spare/10
and File Encryption Support
• Microsoft Distributed File System Support &
Network Virtualization of RAID Sets Across
Linksys Network Attached Storage Systems**
(requires at least 1 NSS6000/6100)
• Advanced Data Protection & Security Features:
On Disk File Encryption (AES), VLANs, SMART
Drive Support, File Journaling, Global Spares,
& Snapshot)
• Dual Gigabit LAN Interfaces Supporting:
VLANs, QoS
• Supports up to 15 concurrent, connected CIFS
(Windows, Macintosh, Linux) users.
• Driveless 4 Drive Bay Chassis Design Allows For
Flexible Hard Drive Configurations Options
• 4 Drive Bay Network Storage System Chassis
Supporting RAID 0/1/1+Spare/5/5+Spare/10
and File Encryption Support
• Microsoft Distributed File System Support &
Network Virtualization of RAID Sets Across
Linksys Network Attached Storage Systems**
(requires at least 1 NSS6000/6100)
• Advanced Data Protection & Security Features:
On Disk File Encryption (AES), VLANs,
SMART Drive Support, File Journaling, Global
Spares, & Snapshot)
• Dual Gigabit LAN Interfaces Supporting:
VLANs, QoS
• Supports up to 75 concurrent, connected CIFS
(Windows, Macintosh, Linux) users.
NSS4100
4 Bay Gigabit Network Storage
System Chassis With 1.0TB RAID
NSS6100
4 Bay Advanced Gigabit Network
Storage System Chassis With 1.0 TB RAID
• 4 Drive Bay Chassis Design Allows For Flexible
Hard Drive Configurations - Includes (4) 250GB
High Duty Cycle SATA HDs
• 4 Drive Bay Network Storage System Chassis
Supporting RAID 0/1/1+Spare/5/5+Spare/10
and File Encryption Support (Preconfigured
RAID 5)
• Microsoft Distributed File System Support &
Network Virtualization of RAID Sets Across
Linksys Network Attached Storage Systems**
(requires at least 1 NSS6000/6100)
• Advanced Data Protection & Security Features:
On Disk File Encryption (AES), VLANs, SMART
Drive Support, File Journaling, Global Spares,
& Snapshot)
• Dual Gigabit LAN Interfaces Supporting:
VLANs, QoS
• Supports up to 15 concurrent, connected CIFS
(Windows, Macintosh, Linux) users.
• 4 Drive Bay Chassis Design Allows For Flexible
Hard Drive Configurations - Includes (4) 250GB
High Duty Cycle SATA HDs
• 4 Drive Bay Network Storage System Chassis
Supporting RAID 0/1/1+Spare/5/5+Spare/10
and File Encryption Support (Preconfigured RAID 5)
• Microsoft Distributed File System Support &
Network Virtualization of RAID Sets Across
Linksys Network Attached Storage Systems**
(requires at least 1 NSS6000/6100)
• Advanced Data Protection & Security Features:
On Disk File Encryption (AES), VLANs,
SMART Drive Support, File Journaling,
Global Spares, & Snapshot)
• Dual Gigabit LAN Interfaces Supporting: VLANs, QoS
• Supports up to 75 concurrent, connected CIFS (Windows, Macintosh, Linux) users.
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Linksys One Routers, Gateways and Phones
PHM1200
Linksys One Manager Phone
• Simple, automated installation with Linksys One
Services Routers
• High-resolution, color, backlit display, full-duplex
speakerphone
• 2-port 10/100 switch with ability to accept
IEEE802.3af PoE
• Integrated call processing features with security,
management, QoS
SVR3500
Linksys One Services Router with
24-Port 10/100 LAN
• Medium/Large “All-in-One” Branch Office
Services Router
• (1) T1/E1 WAN Ports & (1) 10/100 Ethernet WAN
• (24) 10/100 Fully Powered PoE Ports
• Dual 10/100/1000 Uplinks
• SPI Firewall With NAT and ALG
• DNS & DHCP Services
• VPN With HW Accelerated 3DES/AES Encryption
VGA2000
Linksys One Analog Voice Gateway,
1FXS, 1FXO
PHB1100
Wired IP Phone Business Set
• Simple, automated installation with Linksys One
Services Routers
• Monochrome, graphical blue backlit display,
24 feature buttons, full-duplex speakerphone
• 2-port 10/100 switch with ability to accept
IEEE802.3af PoE powered by upstream switch
(SVR3000)
• Integrated call processing features with voice
mail, automated attendant, and phone applications
SVR200
Linksys One Wireless Services Router
• SoHO/Micro Branch Office
• (1) 10/100 WAN Port & (1) ADSL2+ (Annex A)
• (4) 10/100 LAN Ports
• Hardware Security Co-Processor
• Power Budget For Up To (3) Fully Powered LAN
Supporting 802.3af PoE
• (1) FXS Port & (1) FXO Port
• Integrated Wireless AP, 802.11g
APP1000
Appliance Server Application
• High Speed WAN Interfaces Including: Dual T1/E1
Ports and 10/100 Ethernet
• Fully Powered (24) Ports of 10/100 PoE and Dual
10/100/1000 Uplink Ports
• Advanced Security Features: Hardware Accelerated
VPN, SPI Firewall, and 802.1q VLANs
• Advanced QoS Support For Real-Time Applications:
802.1p, DiffServ, & Traffic Shaping
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• Simple, automated installation with Linksys One
Services Routers
• One analog phone or FAX connection, one analog
connection to the public telephone network
• Accepts IEEE802.3af PoE from connected Linksys
One switch port
• Integrated call processing features with security,
management, QoS
VGA2100
Analog Voice Gateway, 3 FXO
• Simple, automated installation with Linksys One
Services Routers
• Provides three simultaneous analog connections
to the public telephone network
• Accepts IEEE 802.3af PoE from connected Linksys
One switch port
• Integrated call processing features with security,
management, QoS
VGA2200
Analog Voice Gateway, 2 FXS
• Simple, automated installation with Linksys One
Services Routers
• Provides two simultaneous analog connections
to FAX machines or analog phone stations
• Accepts IEEE 802.3af PoE from connected Linksys
One switch port
• Integrated call processing features with security,
management, QoS
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Linksys Voice System - LVS
IP Phones with Power over Ethernet
SPA962
6-Line IP Phone with Color Display and PoE
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Linksys Voice System - LVS
IP Phones
SPA932
32 Button Attendant Console for the
SPA962 IP Phone
• Full featured six line business class IP Phone supporting
Power over Ethernet 802.3af
• Connect directly to an Internet Telephone Service Provider
or connect to an IP PBX
• Dual switched Ethernet ports, Speakerphone, Caller ID, Call
Hold, Conferencing, and more
• Appealing Four Inch, True Color Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)
• Easy to install and designed exclusively for the
SPA962 IP Phone
• 32 programmable buttons simplify dialing and
call transfers
• Multi-colored LEDs monitor the status of each
configured voice line via busy lamp field (BLF)
• Linking two Attendant Consoles supported for a
total of 64 buttons
SPA942
2 or 4-Line IP Telephone with 2 Port Ethernet
Switch, PoE and Hi-Res Backlit Display
SPA941
2 or 4-Line IP Telephone with 1 Ethernet Port
and Hi-Res Display
• Full featured one-line business IP Phone supporting
Power over Ethernet 802.3af
• Connect directly to an Internet Telephone Service
Provider or connect to an IP PBX
• Dual switched Ethernet ports, Speakerphone, Caller ID,
Call Hold, Conferencing, and more
• Easy installation and secure remote provisioning.
Menu based and web based configuration
• Affordable and full featured two or four line
business IP Phone
• Connect directly to an Internet Telephone Service
Provider or connect to an IP PBX
• Up to four lines. Speakerphone, Caller ID, Call Hold,
Transfer, Conferencing, and more
• Easy installation and secure remote provisioning.
Menu based and web based configuration
SPA942UPG
SPA942UPG Four (4) Line License Upgrade
SPA941UPG
SPA941 Four (4) Line License Upgrade
• Enables SPA942 upgrade from 2 to 4 lines
• Enables SPA941 upgrade from 2 to 4 lines
SPA922
1-Line IP Telephone with 2-Port Ethernet Switch,
PoE and Hi-Res Backlit Display
SPA921
1-Line IP Telephone with 1 Ethernet Port
and Hi-Res Display
• Full featured one-line business IP Phone supporting
Power over Ethernet 802.3af
• Connect directly to an Internet Telephone Service
Provider or connect to an IP PBX
• Dual switched Ethernet ports, Speakerphone, Caller ID,
Call Hold, Conferencing, and more
• Easy installation and secure remote provisioning.
Menu based and web based configuration.
• Full featured one-line business IP Phone
• Connect directly to an Internet Telephone Service
Provider or connect to an IP PBX
• Speakerphone, Caller ID, Call Hold, Transfer,
Conferencing, and more
• Easy installation with secure remote provisioning.
Menu based and web based configuration
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Linksys Voice System - LVS
IP Phones
Linksys Voice System - LVS
Accessories
SPA901
1-Line IP Telephone
WBP54G
Wireless-G Bridge for Phone Adapters
• Small, affordable, single line business
class IP Phone
• Connect directly to an Internet
telephone service
provider or connect to an IP PBX
• Wall mount or table top phone
• Easy installation with secure remote
provisioning.
• Menu based and web based configuration
• Put your IP Phone wherever you want, with no
cabling hassle
• Connects your IP Phone to your Wireless-G network
• Shares power with the IP Phone — only one
AC adapter necessary
• Wireless connection protected by WEP, WPA
or WPA2 encryption
WIP330
Wireless-G IP Phone with Browser
MB100
Wall Mount Bracket for Linksys
900 Series Phones
• Make low-cost high quality VoIP calls
from wireless hotspots
• Easy set-up on wireless network
• Superior range and performance with
802.11g
• Integrated Web browser
• Mounting Bracket for Linksys IP Phones
• Enables a phone to be mounted on a wall
• Convenient tray to hold optional Wi-Fi bridge
or PoE dongle
• Universal design fits all Linksys 900 Series
IP Phones
PoES5
5 Volt Power over
Ethernet Split
• Simplifies your Linksys IP Phone installation by
combining power and VoIP onto one cable
• Can also be use with many Linksys VoIP Products
• Works with a standard category 5 Ethernet cable
• Easy to install, no tools, no software
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Linksys Voice System - LVS
SPA2102
Single Port Router with 2 Phone Ports
• Ready voice adapter solution for VoIP
• Supports international standards for voice and
data networking
• Reliable voice and fax operation
• Large scale deployment and management
PAP2T
Internet Phone Adapter with 2 Ports for
Voice-over-IP
• Enables feature-rich telephone service over your broadband
Internet connection
• Two standard telephone ports for analog phones or use one
of the ports for a fax machine, each with an independent
phone number
• High quality, clear sounding voice service simultaneous with
Internet use
• Compatible with all common telephone features: Caller ID,
Call Waiting, Voicemail, etc.
SPA3102
Voice Gateway with Router
SPA8000
8-Port Analog Telephone Adapter
• Intelligent call routing gateway solution for VoIP
• Route PSTN calls to a VoIP service provider
• Independent configurable dial plans
• Large-Scale deployment and management
• Toll Quality Voice and Carrier-Grade Feature Support
• Large-Scale Deployment and Management
• Ironclad Security
SPA9000
IP Telephony System
SPA400
Internet Telephony Gateway with 4 FXO Ports
• Functions as an analog line gateway for a Linksys
Voice System VoIP Network
• Integrated voicemail application server with up to
32 voicemail accounts
• Perfectly suited to connect up to 4 analog lines
• Enables Linksys Voice System users to leave and
playback voicemail messages
• IP PBX system with high-end features comparable to
traditional large business voice services
• Initial support of 4 SIP compatible IP Phones per SPA9000
is upgradeable to 16 with an easy to install license key
• Powerful self-configuration capabilities enabled with
Linksys IP Phones
• Works with most Internet Telephone Service Providers
SPA9000UPG
SPA9000 License Upgrade to Sixteen
(16) IP Phones
• Enables SPA9000 to upgrade from 4 to 16 IP
Phones supported
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Managed Switches - Feature Matrix
Rackmount Managed Switches
Gigabit
10/100/1000
Desktop Managed Switches
10/100
SRW2016
SRW2024
SRW2048
SRW224G4
16
24
48
4
10/100
SRW224G4P
Gigabit
SRW224P
SRW248G4
2
4
48
SRW248G4P
10/100
SRW2008
SRW2008P
SRW2008MP
8
8
8
SRW208
8
48
SRW208P
SRW208MP
SRW208G
2
2
2
1
8
8
8
8
1
24
24
24
2
2
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2
Combo SFP
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
PoE
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24
24
48
8
8
8
8
SRW208L
Ports
Mini GB Expansion Slot
PoE
2
2
4
Ports @ 7.5 Watt
Ports @ 15,4 Watt
Spanning Tree
Protocols
12
12
4
8
4
8
Spanning Tree
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+ (4)
+ (4)
+ (4)
+ (4)
+ (4)
+ (4)
+ (4)
+ (4)
Link Aggregation
Link Aggregation
+ (8)
+ (8)
+ (8)
+ (8)
+ (8)
Port Trunking Groups
8
8
8
8
8
4
8
8
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
LACP
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+ (256 gr.)
+ (256 gr.)
+ (256 gr.)
+ (256 gr.)
+ (128)
+ (256 gr.)
+ (256 gr.)
+ (4096 IDs)
+ (4096 IDs)
+ (4096 IDs)
+ (4096 IDs)
+ (4096 IDs)
+ (4096 IDs)
+ (4096 IDs)
+ (4096 IDs)
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IGMP Snooping
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+/+/+
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+/+/+
+/+/+
+/+/+
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●
Rate Limiting
Multicast/Broadcast/
Unknown Unicast Storm
control
+/+/-
-/+/-
DiffServ
Authentication
24
+ (8)
VLAN
Quality of
Service,
VLAN
2
Number of Priority Queues
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Radius Support
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Managed
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Web View
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SSH/SSL
Telnet
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SNMP
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MAC Addresses
and Frame size
Mounting
Option,
Power Supply
and Fan
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MAC Addresses
8k
8k
8k
4k
8k
8k
4k
8k
8k
8k
8k
8k
8k
8k
8k
8k
Packet Memory
2MB
2MB
6MB
6MB
3Mb
4MB
6MB
6Mb
2MB
2MB
2MB
2MB
2MB
2MB
2MB
2MB
Jumbo Frames
+ (10k)
+ (9k)
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+ (10k)
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19” Rack Mountable
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Internal Power Supply
●
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External Power Supply
Fan
Fanless
52
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Managed stackable Switches - Feature Matrix
Unmanaged Switches - Feature Matrix
Layer 2+ Stackable Switches - Rackmountable
Gigabit
SGE2000
10/100/1000
24
Rackmount Unmanaged Switches
10/100
SGE2000P
24
10/100
SFE2000
Gigabit
SFE2000P
4
4
24
24
2
2
10/100/1000
Ports
Ports
Mini GB Expansion Slot
Combo SFP
4
PoE
PoE
Ports @ 7.5 Watt
●
●
Rapid Spanning Tree
●
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+ (8)
+ (8)
+ (8)
+ (8)
Port Trunking Groups
8
8
8
8
LACP
●
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CoS 802.1p
●
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COS 802.1q
●
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VLAN
+ (256 gr.)
+ (256 gr.)
+ (256 gr.)
+ (256 gr.)
GVRP
●
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IGMP Snooping
●
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Strict Priority
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Weighted Round Robin
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Multicast/Broadcast/ Unknown Unicast Storm control
●
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●
+/+/+
+/+/+
+/+/+
+/+/+
DiffServ
●
●
●
●
Number of Priority Queues
4
4
4
4
+ (128)
+ (128)
+ (128)
+ (128)
Radius Support
●
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802.1 x
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TACACS+
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Managed
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Web View
●
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Static Layer 3 Routing
MAC Addresses
and Frame size
SR2024C
16
24
24
10/100
MAC Addresses
8k
Packet Memory
1MB
Mounting Option,
Power
Supply and Fan
SR216
SR224
SR224G
16
24
24
1
2
2
32k
32k
4k
4k
4k
2
256KB
1.5MB
256KB
1MB
1MB
+ (9k)
+ (9k)
19” Rack Mountable
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Internal Power Supply
●
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Jumbo Frames
12
●
Rate Limiting
Authentication
24
●
Multiple Spanning Tree
Quality of Service,
VLAN
24
Spanning Tree
Link Aggregation
Link Aggregation
●
12
Ports @ 15,4 Watt
Spanning Tree
Protocols
●
SR2024
Mini GB Expansion Slot
4
10/100
SR2016
External Power Supply
●
Fanless
Desktop Unmanaged Switches
Gigabit
10/100/1000
Ports
10/100
SD2005
SD2008
5
8
10/100
SD205
SR208
SD216
5
8
16
Mini GB Expansion Slot
MAC Addresses
and Frame size
MAC Addresses
8k
8k
1k
1k
4k
Packet Memory
128KB
128KB
128KB
128KB
256KB
Jumbo Frames
19” Rack Mountable
Mounting Option,
Power
Supply and Fan
Internal Power Supply
External Power Supply
●
●
●
●
●
Fanless
●
●
●
●
●
Unmanaged
SSH/SSL
+/+
+/+
+/+
+/+
Telnet
●
●
●
●
SNMP
●
●
●
●
Port Mirroring
●
●
●
●
Cable Analysis
●
●
●
●
RMON
●
●
●
●
SNTP
●
●
●
●
Linksys One Ready
●
●
●
●
RPS1000 support
●
●
●
●
Dual Image
●
●
●
●
+ (max 8)
Management
+ (max 8)
+ (max 8)
+ (max 8)
MAC Addresses
8k
8k
8k
8k
Packet Memory
6 Mb
6 Mb
5 Mb
5 Mb
Jumbo Frames
Stackable
MAC Addresses
and Frame size
Mounting Option,
Power Supply and Fan
+ (Mini JF)
+ (Mini JF)
+ (Mini JF)
+ (Mini JF)
19” Rack Mountable
●
●
●
●
Internal Power Supply
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
SR2024
Unmanaged 24-port Rackmount
Gigabit Switch
SD2005
Unmanaged Desktop
Gigabit Switch
External Power Supply
Fan
Fanless
54
55
Power over Ethernet Managed Switches - Feature Matrix
Rackmount PoE Switches
Gigabit
10/100/1000
Desktop PoE Switches
10/100
SRW2024P
SGE2000P
SFE2000P
SRW224P
24
24
4
2
10/100
24
24
Gigabit
SRW224G4P
SRW248G4P
24
48
2
2
2
2
10/100
SRW2008P
SRW2008MP
8
8
SRW208P
SRW208MP
2
2
8
8
SGE2000P
L2+ Stackable 24-port 10/ 100/
1000 Gigabit Ethernet Switch
with Power over Ethernet
Ports
Mini GB Expansion Slot
2
2
2
2
2
2
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
Ports @ 7.5 Watt
24
24
24
24
24
48
8
8
8
8
Ports @ 15,4 Watt
12
12
12
12
12
24
4
8
4
8
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
Combo SFP
PoE
PoE
Spanning Tree
Spanning Tree
Protocols
Rapid Spanning Tree
4
●
Multiple Spanning Tree
Link Aggregation
Quality of Service,
VLAN
●
●
●
●
●
●
Link Aggregation
8
+ (8)
+ (8)
+ (8)
+ (8)
+ (8)
+ (4)
+ (4)
+ (4)
+ (4)
Port Trunking Groups
8
8
8
4
8
8
4
4
4
4
LACP
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
CoS 802.1p
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
COS 802.1q
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
VLAN
+ (256 )
+ (256 gr.)
+ (256 gr.)
+ (128)
+ (256 gr.)
+ (256 gr.)
+ (4096IDs)
(4096IDs)
(4096IDs)
GVRP
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
IGMP Snooping
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
Strict Priority
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
Weighted Round Robin
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
Rate Limiting
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
+/+/+
+/+/+
+/+/+
+/+/-
+/+/+
+/+/+
+/+/+
+/+/+
+/+/+
+/+/+
Multicast/Broadcast/ Unknown Unicast
Storm control
(4096IDs)
DiffServ
●
●
●
●
●
Number of Priority Queues
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
+ (128)
+ (128)
Static Layer 3 Routing
Authentication
2
Radius Support
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
802.1 x
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
TACACS+
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
Managed
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
Web View
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
+/+
+/+
+/+
-/+
●
●
+/+
+/+
+/+
+/+
Telnet
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
SNMP
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
Port Mirroring
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
Cable Analysis
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
RMON
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
SNTP
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
Linksys One Ready
●
●
RPS1000 support
●
●
Dual Image
●
●
+ (max 8)
+ (max 8)
SRW248G4P
48-port 10/100 + 4-port Gigabit
Switch with WebView/SNMP
and Power over Ethernet
SRW224G4P
24-port 10/100 + 4-port Gigabit
Switch with WebView and Power
over Ethernet
Unmanaged
SSH/SSL
Management
Stackable
MAC Addresses
and Frame size
Mounting Option,
Power Supply and Fan
MAC Addresses
8k
8k
8k
8k
8k
8k
8k
8k
8k
8k
Packet Memory
6MB
6 Mb
5 Mb
4MB
3Mb
6Mb
2MB
2MB
2MB
2MB
Jumbo Frames
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
+ (10k)
+ (Mini JF)
+ (Mini JF)
(9k)
+ (10k)
+ (10k)
19” Rack Mountable
●
●
●
●
●
●
Internal Power Supply
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
External Power Supply
Fan
Fanless
56
●
●
●
●
SRW2008MP
Maximum Power over Ethernet
8-port Desktop Switch
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Smart Switches - Feature Matrix
10/100/1000
Ports
SLM2005
SLM2008
5
8
10/100
Combo SFP
PoE Ports
PoE
Spanning Tree Protocols
Link Aggregation
SLM248G
SLM248P
SLM2024
SLM2048
24
48
2
2
2
2
24
24
48
48
2
2
2
1 (PD port)
SLM224P
12
1 (PD port)
2
2
2
SLM224G4S
SLM224G4PS
SLM248G4S
SLM248G4PS
4
4
4
4
24
24
48
48
2
2
2
12
24
24
12
24
12
Ports @ 15,4 Watt
6
11
8
10
Spanning Tree
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
Link Aggregation Ports
5
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
Port Trunking Groups
2
2
4
4
4
4
4
4
8
8
8
8
LACP
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
CoS 802.1p
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
COS 802.1q
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
16
16
128
128
128
128
128
128
128
128
128
128
IGMP Snooping
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
Strict Priority
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
Weighted Round Robin
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
+/+/-
+/+/-
+/+/-
+/+/-
Rate Limiting
Multicast/Broadcast/ Unknown Unicast
Storm control
+/+
+/+
+/+/-
+/+/-
+/+/-
+/+/-
+/+/-
+/+/-
SLM2008
8-port 10/100/1000 Gigabit Smart
Switch with PD and AC power
2
24
Ports @ 7.5 Watt
VLANs
Quality of Service,
VLAN
SLM224G
●
DiffServ (DSCP)
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
Number of Priority Queues
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
●
Radius Support
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
802.1 x
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
Managed
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
Web View
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
SLM224G4S
24-port 10/100 + 4-port Gigabit
Resilient Clustering Smart Switch
Authentication
●
●
●
●
-/+
-/+
-/+
-/+
Telnet
●
●
●
●
SNMP
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
Cable Analysis
●
●
●
●
RMON
●
●
●
●
SNTP
●
●
●
●
Resilient Clustering
●
●
●
●
SSH/SSL
SLM248G4S
48-port 10/100 + 4-port Gigabit
Resilient Clustering Smart Switch
Management
Port Mirroring
MAC Addresses
and Frame size
Mounting Option,
Power Supply and Fan
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
MAC Addresses
8k
8k
8k
8k
8k
8k
8k
8k
8k
8k
8k
8k
Packet Memory
136 KB
176 KB
512 KB
512 KB
896 KB
896 KB
512 KB
1536 KB
512 KB
512 KB
896 KB
896 KB
Jumbo Frames
9 KB
9 KB
9 KB
9 KB
10 KB
10 KB
10 KB
10 KB
19” Rack Mountable
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
Internal Power Supply
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
External Power Supply
●
●
●
●
Fan
Fanless
58
●
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Switching - Features Glossary
Feature
Meaning
10/100/1000
Connection Speed in Megabits per second
Specifies the max. speed per port at the switch, 100 Mbit is “Fast Ethernet”, 1000 Mbit is Gigabit Ethernet
10/100
Connection Speed in Megabits per second
Specifies the max. speed per port at the switch, 100 Mbit is “Fast Ethernet”
Mini GB Expansion Slot
Mini-GBIC (SFP) Module Expansion Slot
An expansion slot that can be populated with a Gigabit module, usually used to connect to the network backbone over Fiber
SFP Combo port
A dual media gigabit Ethernet port
Provides both a Mini-GBIC expansion slot and a standard 10/100/1000 port, although only one of the interfaces can be active.
PoE
Power over Ethernet
To provide power to devices which are connected to the wired network, e.g. IP Phones, usually used to eliminate the power supply
Ports @ 15.4 Watt
Maximum number of ports that can be supplied a minimum of 15.4W
Some devices only need half of the maximum power, some switches offer 7.5 Watt at all ports and 15.4 Watt at half of the ports
Ports @ 7.5 Watt
Maximum number of ports that can be supplied a minimum of 7.5W
For devices that are using the max. power of 15.4 Watt
Spanning Tree
Spanning Tree is used in switched networks to prevent loops, and has been standardized by IEEE 802.1D.
Rapid Spanning Tree
Rapid Spanning Tree is an evolution of the Spanning Tree Protocol, and was introduced in IEEE 802.1w, and provides for faster spanning tree
convergence after a topology change.
Multiple Spanning Tree
Per-VLAN Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol configures a separate Spanning Tree for each VLAN and blocks the links that are redundant within each
Spanning Tree.
Link Aggregation
Multiple Links are treated as a single connection. This allows to connect backbones or servers at higher data rates using multiple connections
which are aggregated and handled as if they were just one connection.
Port Trunking Groups
LACP
Number of trunking groups that can be used for aggregation.
Link Aggregation Control Protocol
Network protocol according to 802.3ad for dynamic bonding of physical network connections.
Class of Service, no bandwidth allocation, Layer 2.
Class of Service (CoS) is a way of managing traffic in a network by grouping similar types of traffic (for example, e-mail, streaming video, voice,
large document file transfer) together and treating each type as a class with its own level of service priority. Unlike Quality of Service (QoS) traffic
management, Class of Service technologies do not guarantee a level of service in terms of bandwidth and delivery time; they offer a “best-effort.”
CoS 802.1p
CoS 802.1q
Class of Service, Virtual LAN’s, Layer 3
See description for CoS 802.1p.
VLAN (802.1Q)
Virtual Local Area Netwrok
For example, you can put departments into a VLAN, so bookkeeping has its own Virtual LAN
GVRP
Generic Vlan Registration Protocol
Protocol for dynamic propagation VLAN information among networking devices.
IGMP Snooping
Internet Group Management Protocol
IGMP Snooping limits bandwidth-intensive video traffic to only the requestors without flooding to all users.
Strict Priority
A port configured to strict priority always gets priority over other ports.
Weighted Round Robin
Is a best-effort connection scheduling discipline
Rate Limiting
Enables the Administrator to limit the bandwidth on specific ports
Multicast/Broadcast/Unknown Unicast Storm Control
Controls and prevent the negative effects of broadcast, multicast and unknown unicast storms - these storms can reduce the availabilty and
performance of the network.
DiffServ
Traffic is prioritized based on the layer 3 priority. Typically, end-station applications set the priority of the packets sent into the network.
Number of Priority Queues
An abstract data type that supports priority within the networks.
Static Layer 3 Routing
The switch supports static layer 3 routing, this feature is very useful because now the routing decision can be made at the switch level
Radius Support
Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service
802.1 X
TACACS+
Used in bigger installation to have one Authentification tool for all users, there is normally one Radius Sever in the company, there is also a RADIUS protocol which provides security and authentification.
Authenification standard for IEEE802 networks
Terminal Access Controller Access Control System
TACACS+ allows a separate access server (the TACACS+ server) to provide the services of authentication, authorization, and accounting independently. Each service can be tied into its own database or can use the other services available on that server or on the network.
Unmanaged
The switch does not provide any management functions
Managed
The device provides management interfaces in order to setup and maintain the device, VLAN’s, QoS and other features are setup here.
Web View
SSH/SSL
Management of the device using a standard web browser (e.g. IE or Firefox)
Secure Shell / Secure Socket Layer
Secure way of managing the switch when connecting over Telnet or the Web GUI
Simple Network Management Protocol
The protocol is used by network management systems for monitoring network-attached devices for conditions that warrant administrative attention.
Telnet
SNMP
Used used for administration purposes. A text-based interface (Menu-based access) for diagnostic and basic configuration purposes.
Port Mirroring
All the traffic of specific port is mirrored to another port, this is useful for maintenance and trouble shooting.
Cable Analysis
Advanced feature to detect cabling errors.
RMON
Remote Monitoring
To get statistical data from network devices and also usable for network management.
SNTP
Simple Network Time Protocol
Updates time of switches from a central time server.
Linksys One Ready
RPS1000 support
The switch is Linksys One Ready. It can be deployed in a stand alone fashion. As soon as the switch is connected to a Linksys One Installation, it
will automatically become part of this Linksys One installation, incl. auto upgrades, auto provisioning and auto QoS settings
Redundant Power Supply
This product is supported by the RPS 1000 product. The RPS1000 provides redundant power supply for up to 6 devices
Dual Image
The Switch can have 2 images at the same point in time. This provides the ability to upgrade the FW without taking the switch out of service
Stackable
Switches can be stacked into one logical unit. Up to 8 switches can be stacked (ring or chain). This provides the user with the option to manage
1 logical switch instead of 8 individual ones.
MAC Addresses
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What is it good for?
Media Access Control Addresses
The uniques address associated with each networks device. MAC addresses are usually permanantly “burned” into the hardware.
Packet Memory
Memory to buffer packets
Jumbo Frames
Bigger than usual frames, provides better utilization of the network due to reduced transmission overhead, often used for Server to Server
communications.
19” Rack Mountable
The device can be directly mounted in a standard 19” rack.
Internal Power Supply
No external power supply needed, the device is directly connected with 110 or 230 Volts, usually used for 19” rack mountable devices.
External Power Supply
External power supply, usually used for desktop class products
Fan
Used to cool the inside of the device
Fanless
No fan is needed in the device, which can reduce the noise emitted by the device
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Routers - Feature Matrix
Wireless Routers
Wired Routers
Product
10/100
RV042
RV082
2
2
●
●
+ (1)
+ (1)
4
8
10/100/1000
RVS4000
RVL200
WRV200
1
1
WRVS4400N
1
1
WAN Ports/DMZ
Load Balancing
DMZ
●
●
4
4
●
●
●
Wireless AP
●
●
802.11b & g
●
●
10/100
LAN Ports
10/100/1000
UPnP
●
●
●
RVS4000
Gigabit Security Router
4
4
●
●
Wireless
802.11n
●
RangeBooster
●
IP Filtering
●
●
●
Port Filtering
●
●
●
DHCP Server/Client
●
●
●
PPPoE
●
●
PPtP
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
NAT
●
●
●
●
●
●
PAT
●
●
●
●
●
●
DNS Relay
●
●
●
●
●
●
Dyn DNS
●
●
●
●
●
●
ARP
●
●
●
●
●
●
ICMP
●
●
●
●
●
●
TCP IP
●
●
●
●
●
●
IPX
●
●
+/+
+/+
+/+
+/+
+/+
+/+
●
●
●
●
●
+/+
+/+
+/+
+/+
+/+
+/-
●
●
●
●
●
●
30
50
5
1
10
5
RVL200
4-Port SSL/IPSec VPN Router
Routing & Network
RIP v1/RIP v2
SPI Firewall
IP Sec DES/3DES
MD5 / SHA Authenification support
IPSec VPN Connections
Security & VPN
SSL VPN Connections
5
VPN Pass Through
●
●
●
●
●
●
DOS Prevention
●
●
●
●
●
●
Quick VPN Client Support
●
●
●
●
●
External Power Supply
●
●
●
●
●
WRVS4400N
Wireless-N* Gigabit Security Router with VPN
Power Supply
Internal Power Supply
●
Web
●
●
●
●
●
●
Telnet
●
●
●
●
●
●
SNMP
●
●
●
●
●
●
Setup Wizards
●
●
●
●
Network Monitoring
●
●
●
●
●
Email Alert
●
●
●
●
●
Administration
●
* The Linksys Wireless-N products are based on the 802.11n draft specification, which is a pre-standard definition.
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Routers - Feature Glossary
Feature
Meaning
What is it good for
10/100
Speed in Mbit / second
Fast Ethernet Speed, speed on the “public” Interface
10/100/1000
Speed in Mbit / second
WAN Port / DMZ
Load Balancing
DMZ
Gigabit Ethernet Speed, speed on the “public” Interface
Device can use more than one broadband connection. This can either be used for backup purposes or to bundle (combine) more than one
Internet connection
De-Militarized Zone
A special zone which is in between the WAN and the LAN, used for example to set up a server that can be reached also from the Internet
UPnP
Universal Plug and Play
Standard that enables the automatic detection of UPnP devices within a network
VLAN Support (802.1q) port based
Virtual Local Area Network
Virtual LAN’s, e.g. one VLAN for Finance, one for sales, one for marketing
LAN Ports
Wireless
Wireless AP
AP = Access Point
802.11b & g
Supported standard according to 802.11, b is up to 11 Mbps, g is up to 54 Mbps
RangeBooster
WDS
Technology that provides more Range for the Wireless network
Wireless Distribution System
Technology to connect multiple Access Points using the Wireless interface (so no need to install LAN cables between the access points (remark:
Cisco has a Wireless Domain Service, this is not the same as a WDS)
Routing & Network
IP filtering
Internet protocol
Port Filtering
DHCP Server / Client
Dynamic Host Configuration protocol
‘PPPoE
Point to Point protocol over Ethernet
Protocol that is used for example for xDSL, used on the WAN side of the router
PPTP
Point to Point Tunneling protocol
Another protocol that is used for xDSL on the WAN side
NAT
Network Address Translation
Used to eliminate the need for public IP address for all devices inside a LAN. The network address of the requesting device is “translated” to the
IP address of the router, means that only the router with its public interface is used to the WAN
SIP ALG
Session Initiate protocol Application Layer Gateway
ALG’s are working as intermediary SIP Proxies and are used to ensure a trouble free SIP signaling and data streams - an ALG can be used to open
Firewall ports and mark RTP data and DiffServ Bits
NAT Traversal
Network Address Translation
NAT implementation to solve the problem of communications between hosts which are in private networks, for example needed for peer to
peer application
PAT
Port Address Translation
Port numbers are translated to another port, usually used for outgoing traffic, the router will “re-translate” the received data to the original port
number
DNS Relay
Domain Name System
Any device within the public Internet has an IP address. The translation of www.linksys.com to the IP address 66.161.11.20 is done by a DNS
Server. A relay means, that the local router acts as a DNS server for the internal devices and forward the requests to a public DNS server
Dyn DNS
Dynamic Domain Name System
With most ISP’s, the IP address changes. Dyn DNS is a service which allows the user to run a server using a Dyn DNS service. The router for example will sent its public IP address to the Dyn DNS service which enables the router to be reached under a chosen name
Provides network settings to clients, e.g. IP address, net mask, DNS Server, - Server means that the device can work as a DHCP server and provide
these information to clients, Client means that the device can be configured to receive its address from another DHCP server within the network
ARP
Address Resolution Protocol
A protocol that is used to relate IP address to Hardware (MAC) addresses
ICMP
Internet Control Message Protocol
Protocol that is used to exchange of error messages and information messages
TCP IP
Transmission Control Protocol Internet Protocol
TCP is a layer 4 protocol that creates a virtual channel between two endpoint within a network, IP is the first layer which is independent from the
transport medium
IPX
Internetwork Packet eXchange
Proprietary protocol, used for Novell networks, can be compared with IP / UDP
RIP v1 / RIP v2
Routing Information Protocol
A routing protocol based on the distance vector algorithm, helps routers to dynamically adopt to network changes and to calculate how far
another network is away
VLAN Routing
Virtual Local Area Network
Number of queues at layer 2
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Standard protocol that is used for the Internet as well as for LAN’s
Enables the user to filter specific ports
Provides routing functionality between VLAN’s
Layer 2 is the data link layer, number of queues indicates the max. performance
Application Base QoS
Quality of Service
Quality of Service can be set per application
IGMP Proxy
Internet Group Management Protocol
IGMP is used for group communications, e.g. To distribute data from one IP address to multiple IP addresses plus the possibility to create
dynamic groups
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Routers - Feature Glossary
Feature
Meaning
What is it good for
SPI Firewall
Stateful Packet Inspection
Firewall which, additionally to the static information in the packet header, also takes to context of the packets into account
IPSec DES / 3DES / AES
Internet Protocol Security / Date Encryption Standard / 3 Data Encryption
Standard / Advanced Encryption Standard
Encryption Algorithm, DES was the first one, developed by IBM, 3DES and AES are more advanced standards
Security & VPN
MD5 / SHA Authentification support
Message Digist algorithm 5 / Secure Hash Algorithm
Algorithm to create check sums in order to verify the integrity of data
VPN connections - IPSEC / GW to GW
Virtual Private Network - Internet Protocol Security / Gateway to Gateway
Used for example for remote secure access into the corporate network, GW to GW means that the VPN connection exists
between two GW’s
VPN connections - SSL
Virtual Private Network - Secure Socket Layer
A VPN connection based on Secure Socket Layer, SSL is for example what you web browser uses when you access your bank
account (IE: the little yellow lock is closed at the lower right corner)
VPN Groups
Virtual Private Network
Number of VPN groups
VPN Pass-Through
Virtual Private Network
Pass-Through means that the router is not the end-point and that the VPN is terminated at another point in the network
VPN Endpoint
Virtual Private Network
The router is the end point of the VPN connection
IDS (Intruder Det.)
Intrusion Detection System
Used to determine is the networked is attacked
DOS Prevention
Denial Of Service
Prevents a DOS attack, usually a DOS attack is done by sending enormous amount of requests to a server
Quick VPN Support
Quick Virtual Private Network
Linksys Software that allows the user to easy setup and use VPN connections
802.1x Authentication
Authentication within a network based on 802.1x, for example a RADIUS server can be used to authenticate devices within
the network
MAC-based ACL
Media Access Controller Access Control List
Access control based on the MAC address of the device, e.g. computer or server
IP-based ACL
Internet Protocol Access Control List
Access control based on IP data
Content/URL filtering
Uniform Resource Locator
Filter that can be set to filter (enable / disable access) to content and / or URL’s
IPS
Intrusion Prevention System
An IPS makes access control decisions based on the content
Power over Ethernet
The device support PoE, means you can connect the device to a PoE switch like the SRW224P and you don’t need an external power supply
Power Supply
PoE support
Administration
Web
A standard web browser like IE can be used to access and configure the router
Telnet
A command line like access to the device
SNMP v1, v2c
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Simple Network Management Protocol
A protocol that allows the remote management of network devices which support SNMP
Setup Wizards
Wizards will guide the user through the setup process, can also be used to apply changes to the router configuration
Network Monitoring
Monitors Network activity and traffic
Email Alert
Sent an email if a pre-defined event happens
Syslog
De facto standard to log messages and events within an IP network
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ATA’s - Feature Matrix
Gateways - Feature Matrix
Gateways
ATA´s
Voice Codecs
Fax & DTMF
SPA1001
SPA2102
SPA3102
G.711 (A-law and u-law)
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FXO voice ports (RJ11) for PSTN
4
G.726 (16/24/32/40 kbps)
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Active calls
4
G.729 A
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Call progress tone generation (universal tone configuration)
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G.723.1 (6.3 kbps, 5.3 kbps)
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FXS port Attenuantion/Gain adjustments
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Echo cancelation (G.165/G.168)
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G.711 (A-law and u-law)
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Voice Activity Detection (VAD) with Silence suppression
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G.726 (16/24/32/40 kbps)
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Fax Tone Detection Pass-Through
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G.729 A
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Adaptative jitter buffer
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Real Time FAX T.38*
Fax Pass-Though - Using G.711
Gateway
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VoIP to PSTN Service Call Origination and Termination
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PSTN to VoIP Service Call Origination and Termination
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Forward Calls to VoIP service - Selective, Authenticated, All
●
Forward Calls to PSTN service - Selective, Authenticated, All
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PSTN Line Sharing with Multiple Extensions
●
Advanced Inbound and Outbound Call Routing
●
Sequential Dialing Support
●
VoIP PIN Max Retry Setting
●
PSTN to VoIP Gateway Enable/Disable
●
VoIP Caller Auth Method (None, PIN, HTTP Digest)
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Password Protected System Reset to Factory Default
●
Password Protected Admin and User Access Authority
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SIP over TLS
Security
Provisioning,
Administration &
Maintenance
●
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HTTPS provisioning with Factory Installed Client Certificate
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HTTP Digest - Encrypted Authentication via MD5 (RFC
1321)
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Up to 256-bit AES Encryption
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Echo cancelation (G.165/G.168)
Gateway
Voicemail
G.168
Voice Activity Detection (VAD) with Silence suppression
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VoIP to PSTN Service Call Origination and Termination
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PSTN to VoIP Service Call Origination and Termination
●
PSTN Line Sharing with Multiple Extensions
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Advanced Inbound and Outbound Call Routing
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Independent Configurable Dial Plans
●
Force PSTN Disconnection
●
Least Cost Routing support
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Integrated Voicemail Application Server
●
Voicemail Accounts
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USB 1.1 Host Interface for the Voicemail Module and Application
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FXO Port Impedance - Configurable to 16 settings
●
Ring Frequency - Configurable
●
SPA to PSTN and PSTN to SPA Gain Settings
●
Ring Frequency - Maximum Setting
●
Ring Validation Time Setting
●
Tip/Ring Voltage Adjustment Setting
●
Ring Indication Delay Setting
●
Operational Loop Current Minimum Value
●
Ring Time-out Setting
●
On-Hook Speed Setting
●
Ringer Impedance Setting
●
Line-in-Use Voltage Setting
●
PSTN answer delay time
●
PSTN Disconnection Detection: CPC, Polarity Reversal, Long Silence,
Disconnect tone
●
Hunt grouping of FXO ports
●
Password Protected System Reset to Factory Default
●
Password Protected Admin and User Access Authority
●
Web Browser Administration & Configuration via Integrated
Web Server
●
Non-intrusive, In-Service Upgrades
●
Report Generation & Event Logging
●
Telnet access to command line interface
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FXO Settings
●
Telephone Key Pad Configuration with Interactive Voice
Prompts
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Automated Provisioning & Upgrade via HTTPS, HTTP, TFTP
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DHCP option 66 for TFTP provisioning server
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Asynchronous Notification of Upgrade Availability via SIP
NOTIFY
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Non-intrusive, In-Service Upgrades
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Report Generation & Event Logging
●
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Stats in BYE Message
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●
Syslog & Debug Server Records - Per Line Configurable
●
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2
1
2
2
1 10BaseT
1 10BaseT
2 100 BaseT
2 100 BaseT
5 volt DC Universal (100-240 Volt) Switching Power
Adaptor
●
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●
Subscriber Line interface REN
3
3
3
3
RJ-45 Ethernet ports
Frame Loss concealment
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●
RJ-11 voice ports
Hardware
●
sRTP (Pre-standard version)
Web Browser Administration & Configuration via
Integrated Web Server
Voice Codecs
●
VoIP Caller Auth Method (None, PIN, HTTP Digest)
Support for Network-based voicemail
Telephony
●
VoIP to PSTN Gateway Enable/Disable
Voicemail
SPA400
PAP2T
Security
Provisioning,
Administration &
Maintenance
Hardware
System Fault self-test
●
RJ-11 voice ports
4
RJ-45 Ethernet ports
1 100BaseT
5 volt DC Universal (100-240 Volt) Switching Power Adaptor
SPA3102
Voice Gateway
with Router
●
SPA400
Internet Telephony Gateway
with 4 FXO Ports
*T.38 support is dependent on fax machine and network / transport resilience.
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IP PBX - Feature Matrix
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Digits Dialed with Number Auto-Completion
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Multiple Service Provider Line trunks / SIP Account Support (4)
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Call Hold
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Shared Line Appearance (SLA)
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Call Waiting
●
Automated Attendant (AA)
●
Call Transfer - Attended and Blind
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Configurable AA Answer Delay
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Call Conferencing
●
Interactive Voice Response (IVR)
●
Automatic Redial
●
Recordable IVR Prompts
●
Call pickup - selective and group*
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Automatic Call Distribution (ACD)
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Call Swap
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Call Forwarding - Unconditional, No Answer, On Busy
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Hot Line and Warm Line Automatic Calling
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Call Log (60 entries each): Made, Answered, Missed Calls
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Personal Directory with Auto-dial (100 entries)
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Do Not Disturb
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URI (IP) Dialing Support (Vanity Numbers)
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On Hook Default Audio Configuration (Hands Free/Headset)
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Multiple Ring Tones with Selectable Default Ring Tone per Line
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Called Number with Directory Name Matching
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Calling Number with Name - Directory Matching or via Caller ID
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Subsequent Incoming Calls with Calling Name and Number
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Phone Configuration and Management Server
- Discovery and Configuration of IP Phones
- Assignment of Extension
- Assignment of Dial plan
- Proxy Logging of SIP Messages
- Phone Firmware Upgrade Management
Corporate Directory with Automatic Update
Configuration and Maintenance via Web Interface (Local or Remote
- Status Display of All Connections
Voice features*
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Call Park - User Definable Parking Space Number
●
Call Unpark
●
Call Duration with Call Time Stamp Stored in Call Logs
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Call Transfer
●
Name/Identity (Text) Display at Start Up
●
Call Forward
●
Distinctive Ringing Based on Calling and Called Number
●
Group Paging
●
Speed Dial Support
●
●
Configurable Dial/Numbering Plan Support - per Line
●
Directed Call Pick Up
●
DNS SRV and Multiple A Records for Proxy Lookup and Proxy Redundancy
●
Group Call Pick Up
●
Password Protected System Reset to Factory Default
●
Password Protected Admin and User Access Authority
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Provisioning/Configuration/Authentication:
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SIP over TLS
●
sRTP (Pre-standard version)
●
HTTPS with Factory Installed Client Certificate
●
HTTP Digest - Encrypted Authentication via MD5 (RFC 1321)
●
Up to 256-bit AES Encryption
●
Web Browser Administration & Configuration via Integrated Web Server
●
Telephone Key Pad Configuration with Interactive Voice Prompts
●
Automated Provisioning & Upgrade via HTTPS, HTTP, TFTP
●
DHCP option 66 for TFTP provisioning server
●
Asynchronous Notification of Upgrade Availability via SIP NOTIFY
●
Non-intrusive, In-Service Upgrades
●
Report Generation & Event Logging
●
Stats in BYE Message
●
Syslog & Debug Server Records - Per Line Configurable
●
Music / Information via Streaming Audio Server (SAS) for Calls:
- On Hold
- Parked in the Parking Lot
- Being Transferred
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Simultaneous Ringing (Find Me Service)
●
Do Not Disturb
●
Voice Mail Integration - Service Provider Based
- Voice Mail Notification via SUBSCRIBE / NOTIFY
- Forward Call Directly to Voice mail
Computer-Telephony Integration (CTI) API
Integrated Media Proxy or Direct RTP Routing to ITSP
G.711 (A-law and ì-law)
Security
●
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G.726 (16/24/32/40 kbps)
●
G.729 A
●
G.723.1 (6.3 kbps, 5.3 kbps)
Fax Tone Detection Pass-Through
FAX
●
Date and Time with Intelligent Daylight Savings Support
Intercom
Voice codecs
IP PBX
SPA9000
SIPv2 Application Server, Proxy, Registrar and Location Server (RFC3261)
Configurable Call Routing
- Least Cost Routing
- Multiple DID Numbers Per VoIP Line
- Call Routing to Multiple Extensions or Targeted User
- Call Hunting - Sequential, Round Robin, Random
PBX features
IP PBX
SPA9000
Real Time FAX T.38**
Fax Pass-Though - Using G.711
Provisioning,
Administration &
Maintenance
●
●
●
●
Hardware
Per Line and Purpose Configurable Syslog and Debug Options
●
RJ-11 voice ports
2
RJ-45 Ethernet ports
2 100BaseT
5 volt DC Universal (100-240 Volt) Switching Power Adaptor
●
FXS Subscriber Line interface REN
3
SPA9000
IP Telephony System
* When used with SPA phones
**T.38 support is dependent on fax machine and network / transport resilience.
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IP Telephones - Feature Matrix
SPA Phones
SPA Phones
SPA901
SPA921
SPA922
SPA941
SPA942
SPA962
Voice Lines
1
1
1
2 to 4
2 to 4
2 to 6
Line Status - Active Line Indication
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Menu Driven User Interface
TELEPHONY
FEATURES
●
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Shared Line Appearance **
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Speakerphone
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Call Hold
●
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●
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●
Music on Hold **
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Call Waiting
●
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Caller ID Name and Number and Outbound Caller ID
Blocking
●
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Outbound Caller ID Blocking
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Call Transfer - Attended and Blind
●
●
●
●
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●
Three Way Call Conferencing with Local Mixing
●
Connects to External Conference Bridge for Multi-party
Conferencing
●
●
●
●
●
Automatic Redial of Last Calling and Last Called Numbers
●
●
●
●
On-Hook Dialing
●
●
●
Call Pick Up - Selective and Group **
●
●
Call Park and UnPark **
●
Call Swap
PROVISIONING,
ADMINISTRATION
& MAINTENANCE
SPA921
SPA922
SPA941
SPA942
SPA962
Web Browser Administration & Configuration via Integrated
Web Server
●
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●
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Telephone Key Pad Configuration with Interactive Voice
Prompts
●
●
●
●
●
●
Automated Provisioning & Upgrade via HTTP, TFTP
●
●
●
●
●
●
Asynchronous Notification of Upgrade Availability via SIP
NOTIFY
●
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Non-intrusive, In-Service Upgrades
●
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●
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●
Report Generation & Event Logging
●
●
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●
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Stats in BYE Message
●
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Syslog & Debug Server Records - Per Line Configurable
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Downloadable background image
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Localization for the User Interface
●
G.711 (A-law and u-law)
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●
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G.726 (16/24/32/40 kbps)
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G.729 A
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G.723.1 (6.3 kbps, 5.3 kbps)
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Dynamic Payload
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Adaptative jitter buffer
●
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●
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Frame Loss concealment
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Voice Activity Detection (VAD) with Silence suppression
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Adjustable Audio frames per packet
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Call Back on Busy
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Attenuation/Gain Adjustments
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Call Blocking - Anonymous and Selective
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Codec Name Assignment
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Call Forwarding - Unconditional, No Answer, On Busy
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Hot Line and Warm Line Automatic Calling
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Pixel Based Display: 128x64 Monochrome LCD Graphical
Display
Call Logs (60 entries each): Made, Answered, and Missed
Calls
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Backlighted screen
Redial from Call Logs
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Dedicated Illuminated Buttons for, Audio Mute On/Off,
Headset On/Off, Speakerphone On/Off
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Personal Directory with Auto-dial (100 entries)
Do Not Disturb (callers hear line busy tone)
●
●
●
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4
4
4
4
●
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Soft Key Buttons
Digits Dialed with Number Auto-Completion
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4
4
6
Anonymous Caller Blocking
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URI (IP) Dialing Support (Vanity Numbers)
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On Hook Default Audio Configuration (Speakerphone and
Headset)
Voice Mail Message Retrieval Button
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Dedicated Hold Button
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Multiple Ring Tones with Selectable Ring Tone per Line
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Called Number with Directory Name Matching
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Settings Button for Access to Feature, Set-up, and
Configuration Menus
Call Number using Name - Directory Matching or via Caller ID
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Volume Control Rocking Up/Down Knob Controls Handset,
Headset, Speaker, Ringer
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Subsequent Incoming Calls with Calling Name and Number
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Date and Time with Intelligent Daylight Savings Support
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Call Duration and Start Time Stored in Call Logs
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Call Timer
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Name and Identity (Text) Displayed at Start Up
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Distinctive Ringing Based on Calling and Called Number
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Speed Dialing, Eight Entries
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Handset: RJ 7 connector
Configurable Dial/Numbering Plan Support
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Auxiliar port
Intercom **
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5 volt DC Universal (100-240 Volt) Switching Power Adaptor
Group Paging **
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LED Test Function
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Power over Ethernet (PoE) 802.3af
Third party call control (RFC 3725)
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Redial Button
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Password Protected System Reset to Factory Default
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Volume Control Button Cycles Through Volume Levels.
Controls Ringer and Handset Volume
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Password Protected Admin and User Access Authority
Provisioning/Configuration/Authentication:
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VOICE CODECS
320 x 240 True Color, Four Inch, Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)
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Computer Telephony Integration (CTI) API support
SECURITY
●
SPA901
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sRTP (Pre-standard version)
●
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HTTPS with Factory Installed Client Certificate
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HTTP Digest - Encrypted Authentication via MD5 (RFC 1321)
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Up to 256-bit AES Encryption
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Line keys (Tricolor LEDs)
Four Way Rocking Directional Knob for Menu Navigation
●
SIP over TLS
●
●
Voice Mail Message Waiting Indicator Light
HARDWARE
●
Standard 12-Button Dialing Pad
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Built-In High Quality Microphone and Speaker
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Headset Jack – 2.5 millimeter
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1
10 BaseT
1
10 BaseT
2
100 BaseT
1
10 BaseT
2
100 BaseT
2
100 BaseT
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**
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High Quality Handset and Cradle
RJ-45 Ethernet ports
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**
**
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SPA962
6-Line IP Phone
with Color Display
**Feature requires support by call server
** Power adapter is an optional accessoire (PA100) not included with the product
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WiFi Phone - Feature Matrix
WiFi Phone
WIP330
Telephony features
Security
Voice Codecs
Hardware
3-Way Conferencing
●
Peer-to-Peer Dialing
●
Call Hold and Resume
●
Caller ID Presentation
●
Caller ID Presentation Restriction
●
Dial by Phone Number
●
Call Forward
●
DTMF Tone Detection
●
Consultation Hold and Transfer
●
Call Waiting and Retrieve
●
Mute
●
Speed Dial
●
Last Number Redial
●
Volume Control
●
Ringtones: True Tones
●
Phone Book (250 records)
●
Call History (20 Records)
●
Language (English/Spainish)
●
Vibrator (Silent mode)
●
10 Profiles
●
Embedded Web configuration interface (with password protection)
●
AES or SSL Encryption
●
WEP (64/128)
●
WPA-PSK Encryption
●
HTTPS with Factory Installed Client Certificate
●
G.711 (A-law and u-law)
●
G.729 A
●
G.168 Echo Cancellation
●
Jitter Buffer Control - (default 180ms, max 900ms)
●
Comfort Noise Generation
●
Packet Loss Concealment
●
Speaker and Microphone Volume Control
●
VAD - Voice Activity Detection
●
Channels - 11 Channels (US, Canada) , 13 Channels (Europe )
●
Access Control - CSMA/CA with ACK
●
Band - 2.412~2.484 GHz
●
Transmit Power - 14 dBm for 802.11b/g @ Normal Temp Range
●
Radio Range - Outdoor up to 300m via Embedded Antenna
●
External Interface - One mini-USB Socket (for charging only), One
Stereo Ear Phone Jack
●
Display - QVGA TIF 2.2 inch LCD (240*320 pixels) with 65K colors
●
Memory - 32MB Flash, 64MB SDRAM
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WIP330
Wireless-G IP Phone
with Browser
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Glossary of Terms
802.11a An IEEE wireless networking standard that
specifies a maximum data transfer rate of 54Mbps and
an operating frequency of 5GHz. 802.11a has a higher
bandwidth than 802.11b, but a shorter range.
802.11b An IEEE wireless networking standard that
specifies a maximum data transfer rate of 11Mbps and
an operating frequency of 2.4GHz.
802.11g An IEEE wireless networking standard that
specifies a maximum data transfer rate of 54Mbps, an
operating frequency of 2.4GHz, and backward compatibility with 802.11b devices.
Draft 802.11n An IEEE wireless networking standard that specifies a maximum data transfer rate of
300Mbps, an operating frequencies of 2.4GHz and
5GHz, and backward compatibility with 802.11b and
802.11g devices.
AAA Authentication, Authorization and Accounting.
Confirmation that a user who is requesting services
is appropriately authorized, granting specific types
of service to a user based on his authentication, and
tracking of the consumption of network resources by
users
Access Point A device that allows wireless-equipped
computers and other devices to communicate with
each other and with a wired network.
Adapter A device that adds network functionality to
your PC.
Ad-hoc A group of wireless devices communicating
directly with each other (peer-to-peer) without the use
of an access point.
ADSL Asymmetric digital subscriber line. A flavor of
DSL where data flow is greater in one direction than
the other.
AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) A method that
uses up to 256-bit key encryption to secure data, or
symmetric 128-bit block data encryption.
Automated Attendant (AA) An interactive voice system that allows callers to be automatically transferred
to their destination in a PBX.
Bridge A device that connects two different kinds of
local networks, such as a wireless network to a wired
Ethernet network.
Codec Coder-Decoder. A device or program that encodes a digital data stream for transmission, storage or
encryption and decodes it for user reception.This also
includes compression and error correction.
Client A computer that receives resources such as
files, devices, applications, or processing power from a
server.
CSMA/CA(Carrier Sense Multiple Access/Collision
Avoidance) A method of data transfer that is used to
prevent data collisions.
DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name System) A service
that allows a static domain name to be assigned to a
dynamic
IP address. (See DNS).
Default Gateway A device that forwards Internet traffic from your local area network.
DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) A
protocol that lets one device on a local network, known
as a DHCP server, assign temporary IP addresses to the
other network devices, typically computers.
Dial Plan Specifies the expected number and pattern
of digits for a telephone number.This includes access
codes, country codes, area codes and all combinations
of digits dialed.
Digest Access Authentication A method for a web
page to negotiate credentials with a web user using the HTTP protocol.This method allows the user
identity to be established without having to send a
password in plaintext over the network.
DMZ (Demilitarized Zone) Removes the router’s firewall
protection from one PC, allowing it to be “seen” from
the Internet.
DNS (Domain Name Server) A server that translate domain names (computer host names and email address)
to IP address, and vice-versa
Domain A specific name for a network of computers.
Backbone The part of a network that connects most
of the systems and networks together, and handles the
most data.
Bandwidth The transmission capacity of a given device
or network.
Beacon Interval Data transmitted on your wireless
network that keeps the network synchronized.
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DoS (Denial of Service) A network security term
which defines a type of attack designed to prevent
legitimate users from access a resource by overwhelming that resource with useless/malicious traffic.
DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) An always-on broadband connection over traditional phone lines.
DSSS (Direct-Sequence Spread-Spectrum) Frequency transmission with a redundant bit pattern
resulting in a lower
probability of information being lost in transit.
DTIM (Delivery Traffic Indication Message) A message included in data packets that can increase wireless
efficiency.
Dynamic IP Address A temporary IP address assigned
by a DHCP server.
EAP (Extensible Authentication Protocol) A general
authentication protocol used to control network access.
Many specific authentication methods work within this
framework.
EAP-PEAP (Extensible Authentication ProtocolProtected Extensible Authentication Protocol) A
mutual authentication method that uses a combination of digital certificates and another system, such as
passwords.
FTP (File Transfer Protocol) An application for sending files between computers over a TCP/IP network and
the Internet.
Full Duplex The ability of a networking device to
receive and transmit data simultaneously.
FXO Foreign Exchange Office. A telephone interface
designed to receive traditional, analog telephone
service (POTS). The FXO connects to the FXS telephone
exchange interface.
FXS Foreign Exchange Station. A telephone interface
that provides standard (analog) telephone service:
power, a dialing tone, and ringing voltage.
Gateway A device that interconnects networks with
different, incompatible communications protocols.
Gigabit Ethernet IEEE802.3z and IEEE 802.3ab) An
IEEE networking standard that supports data transfer
rates of 1gigabit per second (1000 Mbps).
EAP-TLS (Extensible Authentication ProtocolTransport Layer Security) A mutual authentication
method that uses digital certificates.
Half Duplex Data transmission that can occur in two
directions over a single line, but only one direction at
a time.
Echo cancellation Removing echo from a voice
communication in order to improve the quality of a
telephone link
HTTP Hypertext Transport Protocol.The communications protocol used to exchange documents and media data between computers in the World Wide Web
Encryption The encoding of data transmitted over
a network. Encrypted data is only readable to its
intended receiver.
HTTP Digest See Digest Access Authentication
Enterprise In product terms, refers to larger businesses, primarily those with more than 250 employees.
Ethernet (IEEE 802.3) An IEEE standard network protocol that specifies how data is placed on and retrieved
from a common transmission medium. Supports data
transfer rates of up to 10 Mbps
Fast Ethernet (IEEE 802.3u) An IEEE standard that
supports data transfer rates of up to 100 Mbps.
Firewall Any set of security schemes that prevent
unauthorized users from gaining access to a computer
network or that monitor transfers of information to and
from the network.
Firmware The embedded software that runs a networking device.
Fragmentation Breaking a packet into smaller units
when transmitting over a network medium that cannot
support the original size of the packet.
HTTPS Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure. Normal
HTTP interaction and an encrypted Secure Sockets
Layer (SSL) or Transport Layer Security (TLS) transport
mechanism combined.The only encryption method
supported on all internet enabled computers without
any specific measures
IEEE (The Institute of Electrical and Electronics
Engineers) An international non-profit, professional
organization directed toward the advancement of the
theory and practice of electrical, electronics, communications and computer engineering
Impedance In electrical engineering, a measure of opposition to a sinusoidal alternating electric current, as
opposed to the resistance in a DC current circuit
Infrastructure Currently installed computing and
networking equipment.
Infrastructure Mode Configuration in which a wireless
network is bridged to a wired network via an access
point.
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Intrusion attack A type of internet attack in which an
attacker tries to gain or access the information transimitted through the networks.
Intrusion Prevention System A mechanism to detect
malicious software , such as Internet worms, Trojan
Horses, and DDoS, that can’t be detected by a conventional firewall.
IP (Internet Protocol) A basic protocol used to send
data over a network. Allows the sender to transfer data,
but does not establish a direct link with the recipient.
IP Address The address used to identify a computer or
device on a network.
IPSec (Internet Protocol Security) A VPN protocol
used to implement secure exchange of packets at the
IP layer. Most widely used for enabling virtual private
networks.
ISP (Internet Service Provider) A company that
provides access to the Internet.
ITSP (Internet Telephony Service Provider) A company that provides voice communication service over
the Internet (VOIP).
LAN (Local Area Network) The computers and
networking products that make up the network in your
home or office.
Layer 2 In an Open Systems Architecture (OSI), the
Data Link layer; this layer is responsible for moving data
across the physical links in a network, for example with
a switch.
Layer 3 The Network layer of an OSI device; determines
network addresses, routes, and quality of service for
information transport. A router is a Layer 3 device, but
switches can also have Layer 3 capability.
MD5 Message-Digest Algorithm 5. A standard cryptographic hash function with a 128-bit key employed
in a wide variety of security applications and also
commonly used to check the integrity of files.Of late,
its safety is in doubt.
MIMO (Multiple-in, Multiple-out) A technology that
uses multiple radio antennas that can each send and
receive more than one wireless signal. 802.11n uses
MIMO to increase bandwidth and range.
Multicasting Sending data to a group of destinations
at once.
NAT (Network Address Translation) NAT technology
translates IP addresses of the local area network to a
different IP address for the Internet. Traversal A method
of enabling specialized applications, such as Internet
phone calls, video, and audio, to travel between your
local network and the Internet. STUN is a specific type
of NAT traversal.
Node A network junction or connection point, typically
a computer or work station.
OFDM (Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing) Frequency transmission that separates the data
stream into a number of lower-speed data streams,
which are then transmitted in parallel to prevent information from being lost in transit.
Packet A unit of data transmitted over a network.
Passphrase Used much like a password, a passphrase
simplifies the WEP encryption process by automatically generating the WEP encryption keys for Linksys
products.
PBX (Private Branch Exchange) A private telephone
network used within a business. Users share a certain
number of outside lines to make external phone calls.
LEAP (Lightweight Extensible Authentication
Protocol) A mutual authentication method that uses a
username and password system.
PEAP (Protected Extensible Authentication Protocol) A protocol for transmitting authentication data,
including passwords, over 802.11 wireless networks.
Least Cost Routing The ability to choose alternative
routes for telephone calls in order to minimize the cost
of telephone calls.
Ping (Packet Internet Groper) An Internet utility used
to determine whether a particular IP address is online.
MAC (Media Access Control) Address The unique
address that a manufacturer assigns to each networking device.
Managed Switch A network switch with an IP address
that lets you monitor and administer your network.
Mbps (Megabits Per Second) One million bits per
second; a unit of measurement for data transmission.
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PoE (Power over Ethernet) A technology enabling an
Ethernet network cable to deliver both data and power.
POTS Plain Old Telephone Service.The traditional
service providing an analog telephone interface, a
full duplex, limited frequency voice path, call-progress tones such as dial tone and ringing signal and
subscriber dialing
PPPoE (Point to Point Protocol over Ethernet) A
type of broadband connection that provides authentication (username and password) in addition to data
transport.
PPTP (Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol) A VPN
protocol that allows the Point to Point Protocol (PPP) to
be tunneled through an IP network. This protocol is also
used as a type of broadband connection in Europe.
Preamble Part of the wireless signal that synchronizes
network traffic.
PTSN Public Telephone Switched Network.Standard
public phone lines outside a PBX.
QoS (Quality of Service) A mechanism which gives
priorities to certain types of traffic to ensure the
throughput; for example, streaming multimedia.
RADIUS (Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service) A protocol that uses an authentication server to
control network access.
REN Ringer Equivalent Number. A number denoting
the electric load a telephone ringer exerts on the line.
Used as a measure for the load caused by telephone
terminal equipment.
RJ-45, RJ-11 etc. Registered Jack Connectors. Standardized physical interfaces for connecting telecommunications or computer networking equipment.The
specifications are codified in the US Code of Federal
Regulations, 47 CFR 68, subpart F.
Roaming The ability to take a wireless device from
one access point’s range to another without losing the
connection.
RTP (Real-time Transport Protocol) A protocol that
enables specialized applications, such as Internet
phone calls, video, and audio, to occur in real time.
RTS (Request To Send) A networking method of
coordinating large packets through the RTS Threshold
setting.
SIP Session Initiation Protocol. A control protocol for
creating,modifying, and terminating sessions with one
or more participants, including Internet telephone
calls well as multimedia distribution and conferences
SIP Notify This is used to notify a SIP node that an
event which has been requested by an earlier “Subscribe” method has occurred.
SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) A
widely used network monitoring and control protocol.
SOHO (Small Office/Home Office) Market segment of
professionals who work at home or in small offices.
SPI (Stateful Packet Inspection) Firewall A technology that inspects incoming packets of information
before allowing them to enter the network.
Spread Spectrum Wideband radio frequency technique used for more reliable and secure data transmission.
sRTP Secure Real-Time Transport Protocol. A version
of RTP (Real-time Transport Protocol) providing
encryption, message authentication and integrity, and
replay protection to application such as IP telephony
or network video
SSID (Service Set Identifier) Your wireless network’s
name.
SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) An application layer
security protocol used to provide authentication and
communication privacy of data transmitted over the
Internet.
Static IP Address A fixed address assigned to a computer or device that is connected to a network.
Static Routing Forwarding data in a network via a fixed
path.
Subnet Mask An address code that determines the size
of the network.
Switch 1. A device that that connects computing
devices to host computers, allowing a large number of
devices to share a limited number of ports. 2. A device
for making, breaking, or changing the connections in
an electrical circuit.
TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) A network
protocol for transmitting data that requires acknowledgement from the recipient of data sent.
TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet
Protocol) A network protocol for transmitting data that
requires acknowledgement from the recipient of data
sent.
Telnet A user command and TCP/IP protocol used for
accessing remote PCs.
Throughput The amount of data moved successfully
from one node to another in a given time period.
TFTP (Trivial File Transfer Protocol) A version of the
TCP/IP FTP protocol that uses UDP and has no directory
or password capability.
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TKIP (Temporal Key Integrity Protocol) A wireless
encryption protocol that periodically changes the
encryption key, making it harder to decode.
TLS (Transport Layer Security) Is a protocol that
guarantees privacy and data integrity between client/
server applications communicating over the Internet.
Topology The physical layout of a network.
TX Rate Transmission Rate.
UDP (User Datagram Protocol) A network protocol
for transmitting data that does not require acknowledgement from the recipient of the data that is sent.
Unmanaged Switch A basic switch that works right
out of the box and does not allow the user remote
network administration capability.
URI Uniform Resource Identifier.A string of characters
used to identify a resource, mainly to enable interaction
over the World Wide Web
URL (Uniform Resource Locator) The address of a file
located on the Internet. VOIP or IP Telephony Voice
over Internet Protocol. Technology that enables people
to use the Internet to transmit packets of voice data using IP rather than traditional circuit transmissions. Seen
as a more affordable voice solution for businesses.
VLAN (Virtual LAN) A network of computers that behave as if they are connected to the same wire, though
they may actually be physically located on different
segments of a LAN.
Voice Activity Detection (VAD) VoIP systems can use
VAD to perform silence suppression, that is, to filter
out voice data packets during periods of silence and
thus conserve transmission bandwidth.
VPN (Virtual Private Network) A security measure
to protect data as it leaves one network and goes to
another over the Internet.
WAN (Wide Area Network) A group of networked
computers in a large geographical area. The best
example of a WAN is the Internet.
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Linksys Business Support
Country
Technical Support
Technical E-mail Support
Support Hours
Austria
0800 301045
business.support.at@linksys.com
Mo-Fri: 9-18
Belgium
0800 58 047
business.support.be@linksys.com
Mo-Fri: 9-18
Czech
800 800 156
support.cz@linksys.com
Mo-Fri: 9-18
Denmark
82 33 27 29
support.dk@linksys.com
Mo-Fri: 9-18
Finland
0800 52 3062
support.fi@linksys.com
Mo-Fri: 9-18 (CET)
France
0800 294 607
business.support.fr@linksys.com
Mo-Fri: 9-18
Germany
0800 000 1139
business.support.de@linksys.com
Mo-Fri: 9-18
Hungary
06 80 204 548
support.hu@linksys.com
Mo-Fri: 9-18
Ireland
1800 812 012
business.support.ie@linksys.com
Mo-Fri: 9-18
Italy
800 9056 76
support.it@linksys.com
Mo-Fri: 9-18
Netherlands
0800 0203595
business.support.nl@linksys.com
Mo-Fri: 9-18
Norway
235-00060
support.no@linksys.com
Mo-Fri: 9-18
WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access) A security protocol for
wireless networks that builds on the basic foundations
of WEP.
It secures wireless data transmission by using a key
similar to WEP, but the added strength of WPA is that
the key changes dynamically. The changing key makes
it much more difficult for a hacker to learn the key and
gain access to the network.
Poland
00800 331 1345
support.pl@linksys.com
Mo-Fri: 9-18
Russia
810800 20521033
support.ru@linksys.com
Mo-Fri: 9-18 (CET)
Spain
900 90 0089
business.support.es@linksys.com
Mo-Fri: 9-18
Sweden
08-51992251
support.se@linksys.com
Mo-Fri: 9-18
Switzerland
0800 712 208
business.support.ch@linksys.com
Mo-Fri: 9-18
WPA2 (Wi-Fi Protected Access 2) WPA2 is the second
generation of WPA security and provides a stronger
encryption mechanism through Advanced Encryption Standard (AES), which is a requirement for some
government users.
UK
0800 026 1415
business.support.uk@linksys.com
Mo-Fri: 9-18
All other EMEA
Countries*
+44 207 660 0121
business.support.emea@linksys.com
Mo-Fri: 9-18 (CET)
WEP (Wired Equivalency Protocol) WEP is a security
protocol for wireless networks. WEP aims to provide
security by encrypting data over radio waves so that it
is protected as it is transmitted from one end point to
another. A shared key (similar to a password) is used
to allow communication between the computers and
the router. WEP offers a basic, but satisfactory level of
security for wireless data transmission.
Wi-Fi A brandname of the Wi-Fi Alliance used to
describe wireless LAN (WLAN) technology based on the
IEEE 802.11 standards.
Wi-Fi Alliance A trade group that perform testing,
develops specifications, certify interoperability of products, and promotes wireless networking technology.
The Wi-Fi alliance own the trademark to “Wi-Fi”.
WLAN (Wireless Local Area Network) A group of
computers and associated devices that communicate
with each other wirelessly.
*Support only available in English for these countries.
WPA-Personal A version of WPA that uses long and
constantly changing encryption keys to make them
difficult to decode.
WPA-Enterprise A version of WPA that uses the same
dynamic keys as WPA-Personal and also requires each
wireless device to be authorized according to a master
list held in a special authentication server.
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