Item: 937132 Model: WDBJVC0000NCH
My Net™ 8-port Gigabit Ethernet switch makes it easy to add smart TVs, Blu-ray™ players, media players, game consoles and more to your network and enjoy speeds up to 10x faster than Fast Ethernet. Color-coded high, mid and low priority ports let you prioritize your media traffic to optimize your HD experience.
Build a high-speed local area network that connects up to eight networkable devices with the Western Digital My Net Ethernet switch. The switch is capable of creating a LAN connection with data transmission speeds of up to 1000 Mbps, allowing its use for anything from gaming to high-definition video streaming. The plug-and-play design makes network setup quick and easy, with prioritized ports that make it possible to do your own network traffic management.
Easy Network Creation
It's easy to create a network using the Western Digital My Net Ethernet switch. Any networkable device that contains an Ethernet networking interface can be connected to a free port on the switch and become part of the switch's local area network.
Gigabit Network Speeds
All eight of the ports on the My Net Ethernet switch are capable of maintaining speeds of up to 1000 Mbps. The high speeds of the connections allow for significant amounts of data flow between the devices connected to the switch. This provides enough speed for anything from moving files to a networked storage device to streaming video at high-definition resolutions.
Port-Based QoS Traffic Management
The Western Digital My Net switch contains port-based Quality of Service traffic prioritization. The network ports are color-coded to mark high-, medium-, and low-priority ports that various devices can be plugged into. When network use is high, data transmission is maintained at full speed in the high-priority ports, while data in the medium- and low-priority ports are slowed down to prevent any interruptions to the high-priority devices.
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Comments about Western Digital My Net� Switch 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet Switch:
fun to watch - however, indicator color is not defined in documentation. Documentation is woefully lacking - go to web site and down load manual