|Item Weight||2.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7.87 x 4.65 x 1.73 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||7.87 x 4.65 x 1.73 inches|
|Date First Available||June 23, 2019|
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MokerLink 4 Port Gigabit PoE Switch with 2 Gigabit Uplink, 4 PoE+ Ports 1000Mbps, 78W High Power, IEEE802.3af/at, Fanless Metal Plug & Play
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|Item Dimensions LxWxH||7.87 x 4.65 x 1.73 inches|
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- 6 Gigabit Ports: Includes 4 Gigabit POE ports and 2 Gigabit UpLink ports, all ports up to 100/1000Mbps speed, can provide more bandwidth. It has dual uplink ports, which are more flexible and reliable than only one uplink port, and can be connected to different networks or devices, such as switches, routers, NVRs, and other non-POE devices.
- High POE Power: Maximum support 78W high output power, built-in power supply makes installation easier. Support IEEE 802.3af/at, each port max power supply reached 30W. *Please note: not support passive 24V PoE.*
- Unmanaged Plug & Play: Support Power Detection function, automatically detect devices, can be compatible with non-POE devices to provide data connectivity. Plug and Play, just plug in the power cord, connect the ethernet cable directly to the device, can be used without configuration.
- Extend function: When turn on the extend mode, the POE port support port isolated function, the traffic are isolated from each other,improve the phenomenon of discontinuity and mosaic in surveillance networks, and can improve port bandwidth utilization.
- Widely Used: Small and compact size design. Durable Metal housing. LED indicator lights. All port supports 1000mbps. Widely used in scenarios with high bandwidth requirements, such as HD IP cameras, Wireless Access Point, Computer Networks devices, etc. 100% Satisfaction Guarantee - 30-day Money-Back Guarantee with 1 Year Warranty.
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Support IEEE802.3af/at PoE
High Whole Power 78W, Each port max reached 30W
Support Extend Function: port isolation
Switch Capability up to 12Gbps
Auto Detect Device
Automatically detect powered devices, support IEEE802.3af/at PoE(include PoE cameras, APs, etc.) and Non-PoE device, does not support 24V passive PoE.
Dual Uplink Ports
More flexible and reliable than only one uplink port, and can be connected to different networks or devices, also as a normal data port.
All Gigabit Ports
All 6 ports support gigabit data rate, can provide more bandwidth than 100mbps switches,more suitable for high-speed demand applications.
Durable Metal Housing
Compact design, sturdy metal case makes it safe to use in various environments
Built-in Power Supply
Use the built-in industrial power supply to connect directly to the outlet through the power cord. It does not require an external large power adapter, making installation easier and saving space.
Bilateral heat dissipation, fanless design, keeps stable and quiet.
Easy to Use
Requires no configuration, just plug-and-play, automatic connect to device.
When the extended mode is enabled, all PoE ports support port isolation, suppress broadcast storms, effectively improving the jamming and mosaic phenomenon in the surveillance network.
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Port isolation is oddly marketed as VLAN and the switch is labeled extend. This is likely due shared naming scheme used throughout the product line. However, I can’t figure out why this necessary. Each label is unique and cannot be used for any other switch. Thus properly labeling each switch should not incur any additional cost. Maybe the mfg didn’t want to pay for additional english translation?
Regardless the port isolation feature works. When enabled, ports 1-4 can only communicate with ports 5&6 but not each other. Useless for security purposes but useful for controlling multicast issues.
For its cost there are more sophisticated (web managed and even L2 managed if you’re willing to go down to fast ethernet) options available with more total ports (same 4 PoE) but a much lower power budget. This makes this switch targeted for a much smaller niche. This switch would best be suited for IP cameras and wireless AP. Where as if you only run one or two of these devices and want a more multipurpose switch; there are better options.
This Switch works perfectly straight out of the box, no adjustments needed. It is super solid, all hard metal construction. No plastic at all. The details are nice in how it was put together. Very clean and high-end looking. Speed test shows fastest ever tested! (Picture Attached)
If you need a smaller, affordable and reliable POE Switch, you really should get this one.
- one non-POE port goes to 2nd switch
- one non-POE port goes to Synology (4 port enclosure)
I wanted to get all traffic coming into the switch from the cameras to go over the port connected directly to the Synology. There is no way to do this with the switch since there is no "smart" configurable routing capabilities with it. The solution i had was to give the Synology a direct route to the camera which works well.
One port ip on the Synology is 192.168.0.7
Camera ip is 192.168.0.20
Run this on the Synology and the traffic will route over the .7 address to the .20 directly through the switch without causing traffic over the rest of the network:
/sbin/ip route add 192.168.0.20 via 192.168.0.7
Switch is working well after a few weeks, I only have one camera plugged at the moment but no issues so far.