PoE Demo
Usability
The EnGenius Electron Series is an expansive line of mix-and-match business-class networking products that, when deployed alone or together, can: Provide instant network expansion and connectivity to start-up   companies, existing small businesses or larger enterprises Enhance the productivity of employees in work environments by enabling them to stay connected to colleagues, networked company resources and a company’s Internet connection Provide connectivity to students and faculty in campus network deployments Provide connectivity to a hotel or resort’s services and Internet for guests and staff throughout their properties Provide performance that exceeds the performance of enterprise-level networking brands for a much lower cost and without recurring subscription, license or maintenance fees
Products
Ideal for adding wireless networking, IP camera surveillance or VoIP connectivity for: - Hotels and Resorts - Corporate Campuses- Schools and Universities- Multi-Tenant Housing and Dormitories- Warehouse Operations- Stadiums & Arenas
- Medical Centers - Luxury Homes and Estates- Military Bases- Shopping Malls- Parks and Campgrounds
Features
Overview
The Electron Solution series is comprised of: Smart PoE Gigabit Switches Layer 2 PoE and PoE+ 8-, 24- and 48-Port Gigabit Switches High-powered Single- and Dual-Band Ceiling Mount Indoor Wireless Access Points High-powered Single- and Dual-Band Desktop/Wall Mount Indoor Wireless Access Points High-powered Single- and Dual-Band Outdoor Wireless Access Points EnGenius EZ Controller™ application for Windows, Mac OS, and Linux that can manage or monitor many of the Indoor and Outdoor Access Points and Client Bridges
9
3
4
1
8
7
11
6
Electron Series Smart and Layer 2 PoE Gigabit Switches feature reliable, high-speed performance at a lower TCO (total cost of ownership) than many other switches from more enterprise-focused brands. And Electron Series Switches are all standards-based and standards compliant so they can be seamlessly integrated into existing networking infrastructures and switch racks. 
10
They can be used in office areas more remote from the switching closet or server room but also feature all the necessary bracketing hardware to be quickly added to a rack.
5
2
Whether antennas are omni-directional, directional or embedded, EnGenius Electronic Series Access Points continue to enjoy a reputation for reliable performance and consistent connectivity. This reputation is directly attributable to the engineering, tuning and overall design of each Access Point’s antenna array. It’s that technology expertise when applied that pushes wireless signals farther while at the same time delivering more enhanced receive sensitivity to connect with remote client devices than more expensive enterprise-class Access Points
The internal antenna arrays in Electron Series ceiling-mount Access Points help to deliver signals that can penetrate up to three floors in multiple-story buildings to keep users connected which makes for more cost-effective deployments. 
Electron Series Outdoor Access/Points with internal directional antennas in optimal conditions can push wireless signals in excess of two miles. And for those IT managers or users who need to push signals even farther, many Electron Series Outdoor Access Points and Indoor desktop Access Point/Client Bridges feature detachable antennas that can be replaced with even higher-gain third-party antennas.
When wireless networks experience excessive traffic, users may be inconvenienced by slower file transfers and frequent video buffering especially on the 2.4 GHz band. Several of the Electron Series Access Points include a Band Steering option which when applied in the browser-based interface, automatically shifts the connection of Dual-Band client computers, tablets, smart phones and other devices to the 5 GHz band where there is less traffic and more available RF channels.
This leaves Single-Band 2.4 GHz (802.11b/g/n) clients to operate in the 2.4 GHz band that with Band Steering activated becomes less congested.
Some Electron Series Access Points also support Roaming for clients authenticated to a RADIUS server. This means that employees can be constantly connected to the network – whether they are warehouse workers scanning and capturing barcode information, employees on Wi-Fi phone calls while walking to meetings on another part of a corporate campus, healthcare professionals capturing patient information on mobile devices, or security personnel who need uninterrupted video surveillance on a mobile device when they are alerted to and making their way to the location of an incident.
Each ENH Pro Series Outdoor Access Point includes a proprietary PoE injector that enables IT managers to connect and power the AP from Ethernet cable and an available power outlet when deployments are necessary in hard-to-reach areas, like under the eaves of buildings high off the ground or at the top of light poles. Occasionally, an Access Point may need to be reset or reconfigured but that shouldn’t mean one has to climb up a ladder to do so. Simply push the reset button on the PoE injector at ground level to reset the AP and avoid the risk of injury.
Reset the Access Point from the ground without needing to climb up to the Access Point itself.
These versatile AP/Bridge models can operate in a number of different deployments including being mounted to walls or to the sides of other larger devices like printers. They’re ideal for small-to-medium businesses and growing companies that need to extend their existing networks to new offices or workgroups.
Electron Series desktop Access Points can also operate as Client Bridges connecting non-wireless Ethernet-based devices like switches, computers, and large printers to a company or organization’s network wirelessly. Like the ceiling mount APs there are also a variety of desktop Access Point/Client Bridge models to choose from — single-band (2.4 GHz) Wireless N300, dual-band (2.4 GHz and 5 GHz) Wireless N600, N900, and a Wireless AC1750 model which boosts speeds up to 1.3 Gigabits per second on the 5 GHz band.
Electron Series Desktop Access Points/Client Bridges can also be mounted to walls for optimal wireless coverage over the tops of cubicles or other architectural or interior structures.
The ceiling mount design of the Electron Series EAP Indoor Access Points has several benefits. First, if the ceiling is high enough it prevents tampering with the device during the course of its normal operation. Secondly, its wireless signal not only provides coverage to client devices on the floor of the building in which it’s mounted but also on the floor immediately above the ceiling. 
And finally, it naturally blends in with other common appliances, like smoke detectors on ceilings that also helps to prevent tampering or theft.
A wireless point-to-point bridge is employed when it’s more practical or economical to extend an existing network wirelessly than laying and often trenching Ethernet or Fiber cabling. Both the ENS and ENH families of Access Points and Client Bridges in the Electron Series enable IT managers, network administrators or users to configure the devices in Client Bridge or WDS Bridge mode. In a wireless bridging scenario, one of the ENS or ENH Access Points should be configured in AP mode while the other ENS or ENH Access Point or Bridge should be configured as a Client Bridge or WDS Bridge and positioned within the wireless range of the Access Point. 
If the ENS or ENH product has an internal directional antenna (like the ENS200, ENS202, ENS500, ENH202 or ENH500) then distance between the Access Point and the Client Bridge can be increased since the device’s directional antenna has a more focused signal array for longer point-to-point distance. Using Access Points/Client Bridges each with internal directional antennas, like the products mentioned above (one configured in AP mode and the other in Bridge mode) enables placement of the two devices even farther apart from each other. Depending on the outdoor ENS or ENH product, the surrounding landscape, interference from nearby wireless signals and other environmental factors, Electron Series Outdoor Client Bridges can connect to Access Points at distances of hundreds of feet or in excess of two miles.
Point-to-Multi-Point wireless networking scenarios are often used in campus deployments to connect to networks in other buildings; or in deployments using multiple dual-band Access Points for corporate and school campuses, campgrounds or RV parks that provide several wireless cells that users can connect to with their provisioned or BYOD devices (laptops, tablets or smartphones). In corporate campus building-to-building scenarios there is typically a designated central Access Point that is tethered to the main network. In school or university deployments this could be an administration building or library. Around the central Access Point are other Access Points each configured in Client Bridge or WDS Bridge mode. With dual-band Access Points, the wireless Bridge established between the central AP and the surrounding Bridges can be configured for one frequency band. The 5 GHz frequency band is often used because it has more channel options and avoids the interference from more commonly used 2.4 GHz devices and networks. Each Client Bridge in this scenario is in turn connected to an Ethernet or PoE Switch that also provides network access and connectivity to other devices like computers, printers, servers, NAS (network attached storage), and other Ethernet-enabled peripherals.
The Electron Series Switches are available in Smart and Layer 2 Managed PoE+ models ideal for providing power and data connectivity to office VoIP phone systems or for Access Points and IP Surveillance Cameras that need to be positioned where power outlets may not be readily available. Available in 8-port, 24-port and 48-port models each Electron Series Switch offers Gigabit Ethernet ports for optimal network throughput.   Some Switch models are IEEE 802.3at/af PoE+ rated to supply additional power to some PoE client devices that require more wattage. Many of the Switches also include uplink ports for Gigabit or fiber connections so the Switches can be deployed at the edge of an existing network or used to provide network connectivity to remote offices or in the case of school campuses remote classrooms. Many of Electron Series PoE Switches can deliver up to 30 watts per port over connected Ethernet cables to power devices like Wireless Access Points, IP Cameras, and VoIP (Voice-over-IP) Phone Systems. Since many PoE client devices don’t require a full 30 watts of power, each switch’s management interface gives IT managers the ability to allocate just the amount of wattage they need per port to power specific PoE client devices to conserve as much of their Electron Series Switch’s total PoE budget as possible.
Electron Series PoE/PoE+ Gigabit Switches give IT managers settings and tools to monitor traffic flow, load and per port connectivity and usage, as well as to manage or quickly adjust the settings or performance of their wired network in real time or reconfigure authorized access to the network on an individual user level.
All Electron Series IEEE802.11a/b/g/n or 802.11ac Access Points feature Gigabit ports for connectivity to the network to optimize throughput of bandwidth-intensive or sensitive applications like video streaming and video conferencing, telephony, or large file transfers.
The Electron Series supports robust security features such as SSL Certificate. In addition, the Electron series Switches also support a complete lineup of advanced Layer 2 features; including secure control connections between Switches and Access Points, Port mirroring, STP/RSTP/MSTP, Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP), SNMP v1/v2/v3, RMON, and ACL for extensive network security and more. To protect internal electronics, the Electron Series Outdoor Access Points have been mounted in an IP65 to IP68-rated enclosures, one of the highest waterproof and dustproof ratings available, designed to withstand extremely harsh environmental conditions. The Electron Series Indoor Access Points come housed in discreet white housings to blend in with any environment, and all Electron Series Switches come with the ability to be either desk or rack mounted.
Many of the Access Points in the Electron Series can be configured as standard Access Points or Client Bridges. In a point-to-multi-point scenario an AP with omni-directional antennas can be configured as the main access point connected to a wired network while APs with internal high-gain directional antennas can point back to it. This gives IT managers the ability to leverage the longer range that the APs with internal directional antennas have because of their more focused signal beam. Many of the Electron Series dual-band Access Points can be configured as a standard AP in one frequency (typically the 2.4 GHz band) and as a WDS bridge (typically in the 5 GHz band) at the same time. This is ideal for a campus scenario where client devices connect to a company or school network and its Internet connection on the 2.4 GHz band, while the 5 GHz band serves as a backhaul to push the traffic back to the main AP. This eliminates the need to trench for cabling between the main network and the more remote dual-band APs.
Each Dual Band Electron Series Access Point is capable of providing 8 separate SSIDs per frequency band and (16 total) each SSID can be tagged to an established VLAN on the network.
A lot of thought and care goes into the design and durability of Electron Access Point housings. Electron Series ceiling mount Access Points feature award-winning housing designs that blend with other infrastructure appliances like smoke detectors or alarms mounted on ceilings. These stealthy, unobtrusive designs actually minimize and eliminate theft of the Access Point in hospitality, school and other deployments. Electron Series Outdoor Access Point housings feature IP65 to IP68 waterproof ratings and routinely brave the elements and whatever Mother Nature throws at them from torrential rain, harsh sleet, freezing weather, snow, dust or intense and prolonged desert heat. Connectors for Ethernet cables on Electron Series Outdoor APs are also shielded from moisture to prevent electrical shortage resulting in reliable high-powered, long-range performance throughout the long-life of the product.
The reputation that EnGenius Electron Series Access Points enjoy is attributable to their high (dBm) transmit power, their strong receive sensitivity and the engineering, tuning and overall design that goes into each of the AP’s antenna array. It’s that technology expertise when applied that pushes wireless signals farther while at the same time delivering more enhanced receive sensitivity to connect with remote client devices than more expensive enterprise-class devices.   Internal antennas in Electron Series ceiling-mount Access Points can penetrate up to three floors in multiple-story buildings to keep users connected which makes for more cost-effective deployments. Electron Series Outdoor Access/Points with internal directional antennas in optimal conditions can push wireless signals in excess of two miles. And for those IT managers or users who need to push signals even farther, many Electron Series Outdoor Access Points and Indoor desktop Access Point/Client Bridges feature detachable antennas that can be replaced with even higher-gain third-party antennas.
ENH210: v1.5.0
ENH700EXT: v1.5.0
ECB600: v1.5.2
ENS200: v1.3.5
EAP300v2: v1.5.1
ENH210EXT: v1.5.0
ENH200: v1.5.0
EAP600: v1.5.2
-  Easy-to-use User Interface -  Optimize network performance -  Eliminate downtime -  See real-time wireless coverage -  Monitor and control each asset -  Monitor traffic load by AP, MAC or IP address -  Sequential firmware upgrades to deployed APs/Bridges -  Import and archive floorplan maps for radio coverage plotting -  Label assets by MAC or IP address or user-defined aliases -  Realtime AP statistics
EAP350: v1.5.0
ENS200EXT: v1.5.3
ENH202: v1.5.0
EAP900H: v1.0
ECB300: v1.2.4
ENS202: v1.5.1
EZ Controller Access Point Management software provides a robust suite of tools for IT managers, installers and network administrators who deploy, manage and maintain wireless networks. With EZ Controller, EnGenius Wireless Indoor and Outdoor Access Points and Client Bridges can be configured, controlled and monitored from one central location. EZ Controller is a valuable tool for organizations that deploy multiple EnGenius long-range, versatile wireless networking products into complex architectural or environmentally-challenging networking environments.
EZ Controller supports the following EnGenius Products (versions noted are firmware):
ENH500: v1.5.1
ECB350: v1.5.0
ENS202EXT: v1.5.1
Some of the more high-powered Access Points, like the EAP900H, EAP1750H, ECB900, ECB1750, ENH900EXT, or ENH1750EXT operate at a higher wattage rating and therefore, if drawing their power from an EnGenius Electron Series Switch will require that the Switch is IEEE 802.3at/af-rated like the EGS7228FP, EGS7252FP, EGS5212FP, EGS7228P or the EGS5110P.
EAP600Indoor Access Point
VoIP Phone
ECB350Outdoor Access Point/Client Bridge with Gigabit
ENH700EXTDual Band Access Point
ECB300Indoor Access Point/Client Bridge
EAP900HDual BandIndoor Access Point
VoIP IP Camera
EGS7228FP 24-Port Gigabit PoE+ L2 Managed Switch with 4 Dual-Speed SFP
As PoE client devices like VoIP phone systems, IP Cameras or Electron Series Access Points are connected to an Electron Series Switch more of the Switch’s available total PoE budget is used. Every PoE Switch in the Electron Series supports connectivity to PoE clients. 
ENH900EXTOutdoor Access Point
There are several ceiling mount Access Point models to choose from in the Electron Series — single-band (2.4 GHz) Wireless N300, dual-band (2.4 GHz and 5 GHz) Wireless N600, N900, and a Wireless AC1750 model which boosts speeds up to 1.3 Gigabits per second on the 5 GHz band. Each Access Point model features an award-winning smoke detector-like housing design that blends in with other infrastructure appliances also typically mounted on ceilings. These high-speed, high-performing APs are ideal and have been deployed in a numerous high-traffic, high-usage areas like hotels, resorts, hospitals, schools, multi-floor corporate offices and even large residential properties. The high-power attributes, as well as the carefully designed and tuned internal antenna arrays of these Access Points enable their signals to penetrate up to three floors in multiple-story buildings to keep users and their computers, tablets and smartphones connected.
Electron Series desktop Access Points can also operate as Client Bridges connecting non-wireless Ethernet-based devices like switches, computers, and large printers to a company or organization’s network wirelessly. Like the ceiling mount APs there are also a variety of desktop Access Point/Client Bridge models to choose from — single-band (2.4 GHz) Wireless N300, dual-band (2.4 GHz and 5 GHz) Wireless N600, N900, and a Wireless AC1750 model which boosts speeds up to 1.3 Gigabits per second on the 5 GHz band. These versatile AP/Bridge models can operate in a number of different deployments including being mounted to walls or to the sides of other larger devices like printers. They’re ideal for small-to-medium businesses and growing companies that need to extend their existing networks to new offices or workgroups.
PoE/PoE+ Switches
Indoor Access Points
Outdoor Access Points
High Power, Long-Range  Coverage with Multiple  Operation Modes
Up to 450 Mbps on 2.4 GHz/ 1300 Mbps on 5 GHz wireless  connection speed
Up to 300 Mbps on both  2.4 GHz and 5 GHz wireless  connection speed
Up to 450 Mbps on both  2.4 GHz and 5 GHz wireless  connection speed
High Power, Long-Range  Coverage and EZ Controller  with Multiple Operation Modes
- Access Point Mode/WDS Mode/Repeater Mode - Dynamic Channel Optimization - Guest Network - Band Steering on Dual Band Models - Fast Handover  - WEP, WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK, WPA-PSK Mixed,    WPA-Enterprise, WPA2-Enterprise,    WPA-Mixed Enterprise  - Dual Band models16 SSIDs   Single Band models 8 SSIDs - Wireless Traffic Shaping  - QoS  - IPv6  - Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) - SSID to VLAN Mapping  - SNMP  - CLI - VLAN Management  - Client Isolation  - Ping Test/Traceroute Test/Speed Test - LED Control - EZ Controller
Ceiling Indoor Series
Desktop Indoor Series
High Power, Long-Range Coverage  and EZ Controller with Multiple  Operation Modes
High Power, Long-Range Coverage  and EZ Controller with High-Gain  External / Detachable Antennas
- Access Point Mode /Client Bridge - Dynamic Channel Optimization - Guest Network - Band Steering on Dual Band Models - Fast Handover  - WEP, WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK, WPA-PSK Mixed,    WPA-Enterprise, WPA2-Enterprise,   WPA-Mixed Enterprise  - Dual Band models16 SSIDs,    Single Band models 8 SSIDs - Wireless Traffic Shaping  - QoS  - IPv6  - Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) - SSID to VLAN Mapping  - SNMP  - CLI - VLAN Management  - Client Isolation  - Ping Test/Traceroute Test/Speed Test - LED Control - EZ Controller
The ENH Pro Series of Outdoor Access Points and Client Bridges include models that push their wireless signals farther than many competitive offerings and at substantially lower cost.  Many ENH Outdoor Access Points and Bridges have been deployed on college and corporate campuses and hotel and resort properties throughout the world. Able to withstand some of the harshest environments on the planet, these rugged Access Points with a proven reputation for reliable performance.   If you’re looking for solution for your current or your next outdoor wireless deployment; a solution that will keep your employees, students or guests connected to your network, its resources and your Internet connection 24/7, 365 days of the year, then there’s an ENH Access Point or Bridge ready for you.  
Don’t let their competitive price points fool you. These Electron Series ENS products are rugged, reliable, fast and hard working Outdoor Access Points and Client Bridges all designed to meet the needs of small businesses, entrepreneurs, homeowners or for IT managers who need to extend an existing corporate or school network somewhere in or around their facility or throughout a larger campus environment.   For a restaurateur or bar looking for an economical way to quickly provide wireless connectivity to patrons dining on a patio or deck an ENS Access Point connected to the restaurant’s existing network and Internet connection can attract new loyal customers. For IT managers tasked with providing constant company, guest and BYOD connectivity in larger multiple Access Point deployments, the ENS family of APs and Client Bridges provide robust performance on par or even better than some enterprise brands for a much lower total cost of ownership.
High Power, Long-Range Coverage  with External / Detachable Antennas
Outdoor Series
High Power, Long-Range Coverage  with Internal Directional Antenna
- Access Point Mode / WDS Mode /Client Bridge - Dynamic Channel Optimization - Guest Network - Band Steering on Dual Band Models - Fast Handover  - WEP, WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK, WPA-PSK Mixed,    WPA-Enterprise, WPA2-Enterprise,    WPA-Mixed Enterprise  - Support up to 4 SSIDs - Wireless Traffic Shaping  - Auto Reboot Setting - QoS  - IPv6  - Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) - SSID to VLAN Mapping  - SNMP  - CLI - VLAN Management  - Client Isolation  - Ping Test/Traceroute Test/Speed Test - LED Control - EZ Controller
Up to 450 Mbps on both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz wireless connection  speed
Outdoor Series Pro
Up to 300 Mbps on both 2.4 GHz  and 5 GHz wireless connection  speed
High Power, Long-Range Coverage - User Selectable High Gain Antenna
- Access Point Mode / WDS Mode /Client Bridge - Dynamic Channel Optimization - WEP, WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK, WPA-PSK Mixed,    WPA-Enterprise, WPA2-Enterprise,    WPA-Mixed Enterprise  - Multiple SSIDs support per band - Wireless Traffic Shaping  - Wireless MAC Filter - Guest Network - QoS  - IPv6  - Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) - SSID to VLAN Mapping  - SNMP  - CLI - VLAN Management  - Client Isolation  - Ping Test/Traceroute Test/Speed Test - Device Discovery - EZ Controller
EnGenius Layer 2 PoE and PoE+ Gigabit Switches are price/performance breakthroughs that bring the speed and power necessary to keep company networks humming at optimal speeds and at a much lower cost of ownership. IT managers or VARs who are expanding network deployments for businesses, schools, resorts and hotels, or other expansive venues can expect superior performance and reliability at price points that are much more attractive than from larger, more enterprise-focused network brands.   Designed for easy network management each Electron L2 Switch can quickly be added to an existing rack of other branded L2 and L3 switches. Configuring these Switches is quick and easy through their intuitive, user-friendly Web interfaces. They also include SNMP (v1, v2 and v3) to collect and track data to monitor network health, manage devices, and more easily enforce critical IT controls and policies. The Switches’ Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP) feature allows them and other network devices connected to them to announce and display their identities and capabilities on the local network, which helps IT managers better manage, troubleshoot or correct issues that may arise on the network.
Electron Series Smart PoE (Power-over-Ethernet) Gigabit Switches are powerful and versatile networking platforms for start-ups that need to quickly establish a network that can power and transmit data to and from VoIP phones, IP surveillance cameras, wireless Access Points and computers; or businesses looking for a cost-effective, yet powerful PoE solution for the edges of their larger networks where VoIP phone sets or wireless Access Points need to be provisioned. EnGenius Smart PoE Gigabit 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 of each Electron Series Smart Switch lets you plug any IP phone into your IP telephony network and receive an immediate dial tone. For companies large and small, that need a smart way to connect and power a variety of devices throughout their facilities, these robust and fully-managed, yet cost-effective Smart PoE Gigabit Switches will help to keep their employees connected, safe and productive.
24 Gigabit PoE+ Ports with 4 Dual-Speed SFP Ports
48 Gigabit PoE+ Ports with 4 Dual-Speed SFP Ports
Smart PoE/PoE+ Series
Layer 2 PoE+ Series
- VLAN Group  - Voice VLAN  - 802.3ad Link Aggregation  - 802.1D Spanning Tree (STP)  - 802.1W Rapid Spanning Tree  - 802.1s Multiple Spanning Tree (MSTP)  - Port Mirroring   - Port Trunking  - IGMP Snooping v1 / v2 / v3  - IGMP Fast Leave  - Power Class Configuration - MLD Snooping  - Bandwidth Control  - IEEE 802.1X Guest VLAN  - CoS based on 802.1p Priority  - CoS based on Physical Port  - CoS based on TOS  - CoS based on DSCP  - 802.1X Port Based Access Control  - Port Security  - Storm Control  - Port Isolation  - Attack Prevention
- Access Control List (ACL)  - SNMP v1, v2C, v3  - Power Feeding with Priority  - User Defined Power Limit  - Telnet Server  - IEEE802.3az Energy Efficient Ethernet  - BootP/DHCP Client  - Web-based Support - SNMP v1 / v2 / v3 Support 
- TFTP Client - TFTP Upgrade  - Command Line Interface (CLI)  - SNTP  - Web UI, Supports non IE Browser      (Chrome, Firefox, Safari)  - RMONv1 (Supports 4 Groups)  - SYSLOG
8 Gigabit PoE+ Ports with 2  Dual-Speed SFP Ports & 2 Gigabit Uplink Ports
8 Gigabit Ports Including 4 PoE Ports
8-Port Gigabit PoE Ports with 2 Gigabit SFP Ports
8-Port Gigabit PoE Ports with 2 SFP Ports
- Loopback Detection - IGMP Snooping v1/v2 - Port Mirroring: one to one and many to one - Static MAC Address - Dynamic MAC List - Bandwidth Control - 802.1Q VLAN - Port-based VLAN - Storm Control - PoE Management - Power on/off per port - Power Class Configuration - Power feeding with priority - User defined power limit - BootP/DHCP Client - Firmware Burn-Proof - Cable Diagnostic