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SmartPro

The DGS-1500 SmartPro series switches are designed for SMBs which need functions such as Static Routing and Single IP Management (Virtual Stacking). Virtual stacking enables businesses to manage up to 32 D-Link switches from one place without the need of stacking cables. Switches can be located together or in different locations.

This series integrates advanced management and security functions that are similar to those of a managed switch, but less complex. The switches feature D-Link Green™ 3.0 technology which enables significant power savings.

The DGS-1500 Series are available with 16, 24 (with or without PoE) or 48 Gigabit ports and four Gigabit optical (SFP) ports.

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20-Port Gigabit SmartPro Switch with 4 SFP Ports

DGS-1500-20

The DGS-1500-20 SmartPro Switch – with 16 10/100/1000 ports and 4 Gigabit SFP ports – provides the functionality of a managed switch without the complexity. It features Static Routing and Virtual Stacking for SMBs that need L3 Routing and Single IP Management capabilities. It also offers high levels of security with 802.1x, ARP spoofing prevention, and Access Control List (ACL) to screen traffic from illegal MAC and IP addresses.

  • 16-28 Ports
  • Gigabit Ports
  • SFP Ports
  • Virtual stacking

52-Port Gigabit SmartPro Switch including 4 SFP Ports

DGS-1500-52

The DGS-1500-52 SmartPro Switch – with 48 10/100/1000 ports and 4 Gigabit SFP ports – provides the functionality of a managed switch without the complexity. It features Static Routing and Virtual Stacking for SMBs that need L3 Routing and Single IP Management capabilities.  It also offers high levels of security with 802.1x, ARP spoofing prevention, and Access Control List (ACL) to screen traffic from illegal MAC and IP addresses.

  • >28 Ports
  • Gigabit Ports
  • SFP Ports
  • Virtual stacking