The EnGenius EGS5110P is a Smart PoE Switch that offers 8 Gigabit ports with IEEE802.3 at/af PoE support on all its ports and 2 SFP slots for fibre uplinks.
EnGenius Smart PoE (Power-over-Ethernet) Gigabit Switches are specifically designed to meet the needs of small-to-medium sized businesses. It’s ideal for companies that need a way to connect and power VoIP phone systems, IP Cameras and Wireless Access Points throughout their facilities. These robust and fully-managed, yet cost-effective switches will help to keep their employees connected, safe and productive. The EGS5110P delivers up to 30 watts per port over connected Ethernet cables to powered devices. Total PoE Budget* – 130W.
EnGenius switches also include embedded QoS intelligence to prioritize delay-sensitive services such as voice and video, simplify unified communications deployments, and help ensure consistent network performance for all services. For example, automated voice VLAN capabilities let you plug any IP phone into your IP telephony network and receive an immediate dial tone.
The 13-inch wide EGS5110P can be used as a desktop or rack-mounted switch. It includes bracketing hardware so it can be placed into a stack of other 1U chassis switches.
Neutron WiFi Integration Compatible (Switch only, not a controller)
|Switching Capacity||20 Gbps|
|Max. Forwarding Rate (64kBytes)||14.88Mpps|
|Forwarding Mode||Store and Forward|
|Packet Buffer memory||512K Bytes|
|Port Functions||8 10/100/1000Mbps Ports in the front panel
2 1000Mbps SFP Slot
|PoE Capability||PoE standard: Port 1~8 Support IEEE 802.3at/af
PoE Capable Ports: Port 1~8 can output up to 30W
PoE Budget*: 130 Watts
Power LED x1
Fault LED x1
PoE Max LED x1
LAN Mode LED x1
PoE Mode LED x1
LAN/PoE Mode, Link/Act
|Temperature Range||Operating: 32 to 104°F / 0 to 40°C
Storage: -40 to 158°F / -40 to 70 °C
|Humidity (non-condensing)||5% – 95%|
|L2 Features||802.1D Spanning Tree (STP)
802.1s Multiple Spanning Tree (MSTP)
802.1w Rapid Spanning Tree (RSTP)
IGMP Snooping v1/v2/v3
802.3ad Link Aggregation
MAC Address Table
|VLAN Features||802.1Q VLAN
Management VLAN ID
|CoS Features||CoS based on DSCP
CoS based on 802.1p Priority
CoS based on Physical Port
|PoE Management||Power Class Configuration
Power Feeding with Priority
User Defined Power Limit
|Security||802.1X Port Based Access Control/Guest VLAN
SSH / Telnet / Http(s)
Storm Control (Broadcast/Multicast/Unknown unicast)
DoS Attack Prevention
BPDU Attack Prevention
MAC, IPv4, IPv6 ACL
Command Line Interface (CLI)
Web UI, Supports Non IE Browser (Chrome, Firefox, Safari)
RMONv1 (Supports 4 Groups)
MIB Support (RFC1213, RFC1493, RFC1757, RFC2674)
|*PoE switches and injectors can be used to power PoE compliant devices up to the total power output supported for the LAN port and the switch or injector as a whole.
Users must ensure that their connected device keeps within the maximum PoE power permitted per LAN port of the switch or injector and also the total power for all connected devices is less than the maximum total PoE power that the switch or injector can provide. For example, if the PoE switch is maximum 30W per port (so it conforms to 802.11at) but the maximum PoE power for the switch is 60W and the access point you are connecting is 18W maximum then, even if the switch has 8 PoE LAN ports, you can still only power a maximum of three access points.
Damage caused to the switch or injector by over loading the power budget is NOT covered by warranty.