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  1. Which PoE standards are supported and should I be concerned about voltage?
    The TPE-TG350 supports IEEE 802.3af and 802.3at PoE standards. TRENDnet PoE Switches typically support IEEE industry standards. Please check detailed product specifications under the Product section of our website. If your device is not IEEE PoE compliant it may not be compatible with TRENDnet PoE S...
  2. What is a PoE budget and how much does this switch have?
    Each Switch will have a maximum amount of power that can be supplied to powered devices. This is the overall amount of power for the entire Switch. Please check detailed product specifications for PoE budget under the Products sections of our website. The TPE-TG350 power budget is 55W....
  3. Which category of Ethernet cable should I use for 2.5GBASE-T performance?
    You will need to be running Cat-5e or higher cabling for 2.5GBASE-T.
  4. Why Windows is showing that my computer’s network connection is 1.0 Gbps instead of 2.5 Gbps?
    Please check your network adapter's specification and make sure that it supports 2.5 Gbps. Also, check if your network cable is Cat-5e or higher....
  5. Is there an uplink port on the TPE-TG350?
    All ports on the TPE-TG350 support auto-MDIX. All ports can be used as an uplink port.
  6. Can I share my Internet connection through the switch?
    To share an Internet connection you will need a router. The TPE-TG350 can be utilized to expand the available ports on your existing router or network. ...
  7. Does the TPE-TG350support jumbo frames?
    The TPE-TG350 supports jumbo frames up to 12KB.
  8. How do I configure the TPE-TG350?
    The TPE-TG350 is a non-manageable switch. It is not configurable.
  9. Why can I only get internet on one device with this switch?
    A switch cannot share an IP address provided by your ISP with multiple devices. You will need a router to share your Internet service with multiple devices. The switch can be used to expand the amount of available ports on your network....