The VigorSwitch P1092 is ideal for SOHO and small business with the Gigabit capability and Web management. To cater for high bandwidth traffic, it is equipped with 8 Gigabit Ethernet ports for the LAN side, and 2 SFP ports for the backbone side. VigorSwitch P1092 is equipped with facilities for maximising your LAN performance, VLAN capability to allow flexible network design, and QoS capability for flexible bandwidth control. Furthermore, the power saving by IEEE802.3az EEE can offer you a green Ethernet networking environment. The VigorSwitch P1092 also offers power to all these ports with Power of Ethernet (PoE) capability. All PoE-enabled devices for the business usages, such as IP phones, wireless AP or IP Cameras can all rely on VigorSwitch P1092 switch for the power supply, you are free to position equipment wherever they should be, not being limited by the power outlet.
DrayTek VigorSwitch VSP1092-K 8-Port Desktop Gigabit PoE+ Switch (110W)
- 8 x RJ-45 Ethernet Ports with PoE+
- 2 x SFP (Fibre Module) Ports
- PoE (Power-over-Ethernet) for IP phones, wireless access points, IP Cameras etc.
- 110W total Power budget (Max 30W per port)
- 802.3af (PoE) and 802.3at (High Power PoE)
- Fanless (Silent) Operation
- 802.3az Power Saving
- 802.1q VLANs (Tag, Port and MAC-based)
- QoS for Application traffic prioritisation
- Link Aggregation (GE7/ GE8, SFP1 / SFP2)
- IGMP Snooping (Up to 128 Multicast Groups)
- Managed via compatible DrayTek Router or standalone operation
VLAN provides a way for businesses to assign network functions to different workgroups, branches, sections, employees or visitors, according to their operational requirements. VigorSwitch P1092 offers the Layer 2 Isolation feature (tag-based) VLAN for the groups. You can set rate limits for both ingress and egress traffic based on per port or per group.
The DrayTek VigorSwitch P1092 can operate in standalone mode and be managed through its web interface or you need to manage and monitor the switch remotely, or have several DrayTek VigorSwitches to administer, you can centrally manage them with a DrayTek router which supports switch management*. This allows a DrayTek router which is directly connected to the switch to manage it. For details on this click the ‘tabs’ at the top of the page. The DrayTek VigorSwitch P1092 has 2 Gigabit SFP module ports which can be used in addition to the 8 RJ-45 ports. SFP slots are typically used for fibre transceivers. In comparison to ‘copper’ (RJ-45) cables, using fibre for connectivity provides longer range and resilience from electrical interference. The SFP ports provides compatibility with your choice of SFP modules (not included) and therefore the most appropriate medium for your application.
*requires firmware update (est Q1 ’18)
QoS (Quality of Service)
With DrayTek VigorSwitch P1092, the QoS feature provides four internal queues to support eight different classifications of traffic by 802.1p priority tag. High priority packet streams experience less delay inside the switch. The switch classifies the packet as one of the four internal queues, according to 802.1p priority tag.
The VigorSwitch P1 is fully compliant with IEEE802.3az which is an energy efficient Ethernet protocol. The Power saving using Power Management techniques to detect the client idle and cable length automatically and provides the different power. The latest application-specific integrated circuits (ASICs), using lower-power technology, allow for lower power consumption and thinner, more efficient designs.
PoE for efficient installation
8-PoE ports allow power to be supplied to end devices, such as Wireless AP, IP Phones and IP cams, directly through the existing LAN cables, eliminating costs for additional AC wiring and reducing Installation Cost. It frees your wireless AP deployment from restriction due to power outlet location. By supplying the power end-span, you can centralise power distribution and backup without the need to increase infrastructure.
Power over Ethernet Management
The VigorSwitch P1092 has a power budget for PoE of up to 110watts spread across RJ-45 ports 1 to 8, which allows for all ports to be used for PoE (dependent on each device’s power requirements). For example, if you were using our PoE-powered VigorAP 910c wireless access points, they typically use up to 12 watts, so it is within the P1092’s budget if you had 8 of them connected. With smart power management, drawing only as much power as needed together with 802.1az compliance. If a non-PoE device is connected, that port’s PoE power is turned off which also avoids any potential damage to non-compliant devices.
VigorSwitch can combines two ports into one LACP aggregated link to uplink switch. Aggregating is flexible to use either two Ethernet or two SFP ports, provides doubled speed originally provided.