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The D-Link DGS-1510 Series is the latest generation of Smart Managed switches with 10G SFP+ fibre ports for physical stacking or uplinks. The combination of high bandwidth connections, an Industry Standard CLI, and PoE options make the DGS-1510 Series ideal for Small-Medium Enterprise environments.
The DGS-1510 family has advanced network management options, accessible via Industry Standard CLI, Serial Port Console or the Web-based UI, that equip your business with network capabilities such as VLANs, multiple spanning tree protocol (MSTP), link aggregation (LACP), static routing, multiple firmware images,and multiple configuration files.
Create a physical stack of up to 6 units in a fault‑tolerant ring or linear topology using Direct Attach Cables or any compatible SFP+ transceivers for a total of 288 Gigabit ports. The remaining uplink ports can be used for other functions, offering 10G connectivity to core networks and servers.1
With powerful security features like IGMP snooping, access control lists, port security, and the unique D-Link Safeguard Engine that protects your network against malicious denial-of-service attacks from broadcast, multicast and unicast flooding, the DGS-1510 family is a versatile solution for enterprise network environments.
Choose between 193W and 370W power budget options. Or utilise a total of 740W when adding a redundant power supply to the DGS-1510-52XMP.
D-Link’s free Network Assistant (DNA) displays all connected devices and speeds up the first time configuration. The free D-View 7 Network Management System comes with a license for 25 nodes and 2 probes and full access to the management tools. Optional upgrade licenses allow you to broaden your network and analysis.
D-Link Green technology enables the DGS-1510 series to save power without sacrificing performance. The entire series of switches feature a smart fan that adjusts fan-speed and only powers on above a certain temperature. With advanced silicon technology, the DGS-1510 series saves up to 73% of energy compared to normal switches.