Key LAN Features ► 4 port 10M/100M auto?detect Half/Full duplex switch ports with TX interfaces and 1 port 100M FX interface ► Built?in 96K Byte SRAM buffer memory. ► Supports 2K MAC addresses entry tables with4?ways associative hash algorithm ► Support IGMP V1, V2, and IGMP snooping ► Support 32 hardware IGMP Table for IGMP V1/V2( Multicast Table) ► Support PPPoE/PPP video packet accelerator. PPPoE as a shortcut for IGMP streaming ► Four queues per port for QOS. ► Supports priority features by Port?Based, 802.1p VLAN, Ethernet Type and IP Diffserv. ► Supports Store & Forward architecture and performs forwarding and filtering at non? blocking full wire speed. ► Supports 802.3x Flow Control pause packet for Full Duplex in case buffer is full. ► Supports Back Pressure function for Half Duplex operation in case buffer is full. ► Supports packet length up to 1522 (Default) / Maximum 1536 bytes ► Scalable rate limit. Per port Ingress or Per Egress Queue bandwidth Control. ( min. 15.6kbit/s, up to 100M) ► Broadcast/ Multicast Storm suppression. ► 802.1Q VLAN. Up to 16 groups ► Supports buffer allocation with 512 bytes per block ► Supports per port Single/Dual color mode with Power On auto diagnostic.
Key NAT Features ► Hardware base NAT/NAPT, 4K learning MAC addresses ► Supports self?learning bridge specified in IEEE 802.1d Transparent Bridging ► supports up to 4096 Transparent Bridging among 10/100Mb Ethernet interface
Key Router Features NAT (Network Address Translation) / NPAT (Port Address Translation) ALGs (Application Level Gateways): such as NetMeeting, MSN Messenger, FTP, Quick Time, Real Player, VPN pass?through with multiple sessions, SIP, etc. Port Forwarding: the users can setup multiple virtual servers (e.g., Web, FTP, Mail servers) on user’s local network. Support Static routesDHCP Client/Relay/Server Time protocol can be used to get current time from network time server Support IP/Bridge QoS for prioritize the transmission of different traffic classes Support 802.1Q VLAN Tagging