DGS-1210 Series
10/16/24/48-Port Web Smart Switch
Green Technology

ƒPower saving by link status

ƒPower saving by cable length

ƒProvides continuous, reliable and eco-
friendly operation

ƒTime-based PoE (DGS-1210-10P only)
Security Features

ƒAccess Control List secures network

ƒD-Link Safeguard Engine protects CPU
from Broadcast/Multicast/Unicast

ƒPort Security supports 64 MACs per port
D-Link’s DGS-1210 Series is the latest generation Seamless Integration
of Web Smart Switches featuring D-Link Green The DGS-1210 Series comes with Ethernet and Gigabit
Intuitive Management
Technology. The series integrates advanced copper ports capable of connecting to existing Cat.5

ƒManage using SmartConsole or web-
management and security functions that provide twisted-pair cables. Additionally, the last 2 or 4 ports
based GUI
performance and scalability. Additionally, the DES-
of the DGS-1210 Series combine SFP and copper

ƒBuilt-in MIB browser for SNMP
1210-10P’s 10/100/1000 Mbps ports are PoE-enabled, connectivity into one port and therefore provide a
offering ease-of-use and green features like time-
more flexible solution for upstream or downstream
based PoE, which allows for the power to be shut off server connections via fiber interface. Using the

ƒD-View 6.0 module support
at a predetermined time. Compliant with 802.3af and default presets, the administrator can quickly set up

ƒCompact CLI through Telnet
802.3at Pre-Standard, this switch is capable of feeding the switch without reconfiguring any settings.
VoIP Deployment
power to devices up to 30 Watts. Management options
for the switches include SNMP, Web Management, Extensive Layer 2 Features

ƒHighest priority for VoIP services
SmartConsole Utility, and Compact Command Lines. Equipped with a complete lineup of L2 features, these

ƒAuto Voice VLAN
The series also supports ACL filtering and D-Link’s switches include IGMP Snooping, Port Mirroring,
Safeguard Engine. The DGS-1210 Series uses Auto Spanning Tree and Link Aggregation Control Protocol
Voice VLAN, ensuring higher priority for voice traffic. (LACP). The IEEE 802.3x Flow Control function allows

ƒEnsure efficient delivery of time-
The DGS-1210-10P comes with a fanless design in servers to directly connect to the switch for fast,
sensitive data
a compact 13” desktop enclosure, the DGS-1210-
reliable data transfer. At 2000 Mbps Full Duplex,

ƒSupports IEEE 802.1p QoS, up to 4 802.1p
16 and DGS-1210-24 feature a fanless design in 19” the Gigabit ports provide high-speed data pipes to
Priority Queues per port
metal cases. The DGS-1210-48 is equipped with two servers with minimum data transfer loss. Network

smart fans which are set to low speed by default maintenance features include Loopback Detection
and will automatically switch to high speed once and Cable Diagnostics. Loopback Detection is
Advanced Features
the temperature threshold is reached. A fanless used to detect loops created by a specific port and

ƒLoopback Detection auto disables port
design allows for quieter operation and guarantees automatically shut down the affected port. The
when loop is detected
an extended lifetime, while smart fans help to save Cable Diagnostic feature, designed primarily for

ƒCable Diagnostics allows administrator
adminstrators and customer service representatives,
can rapidly discover the type of error and determine
to determine cable status
D-Link Green
the cable quality.

ƒCombined copper/SFP ports for
D-Link is constantly striving to take the lead in
increased flexibility
developing innovative technology that allows QoS, Bandwidth Control

ƒConfigurable MDI/MDIX
for power-saving without sacrificing operational The switches are perfect for deployment in a VoIP
performance or functionality. The DGS-1210 Series environment, as they support Auto Voice VLAN and

ƒLLDP/LLDP-MED (DGS-1210-10P only)
automatically detects the length of connected cables Differentiated Services Code Point (DSCP) QoS
and can adjust power usage by saving energy on for VoIP. Auto Voice VLAN will automatically place
Trap & Logs
shorter cable connections of up to 20 meters. Link voice traffic from an IP phone to an assigned VLAN

ƒSNMP Trap supports link and STP state
status drastically reduces power consumption by and by doing so enhance the VoIP service. With
automatically toggling ports without a link to sleep a higher priority and individual VLAN, this feature

ƒTrap for SmartConsole Utility
mode. The DGS-1210 Series takes the approach to guarantees the quality and security of VoIP traffic.
green IT one step further by incorporating a special DSCP marks parts of an IP packet, enabling different
Online Help
chipset with advanced silicon technology.
levels of service to be assigned for network traffic.
With Bandwidth Control, network administrators can

ƒLink to local support web site
reserve bandwidth for important functions that require

ƒDownloadable user guide
a larger bandwidth or might have high priority.

ƒReal-time manual checks

DGS-1210 Series
10/16/24/48-Port Web Smart Switch
Secure your Network
Versatile Management
D-Link’s innovative Safeguard Engine protects the The DGS-1210 series provides a SmartConsole utility
switches against traffic flooding caused by virus and a web-based management interface that enables
attacks. The switches also support 802.1X port-
administrators to remotely control their network
based authentication, allowing the network to be down to the port level. The SmartConsole easily
authenticated through external RADIUS servers. allows customers to discover multiple D-Link Web
In addition, the Access Control List (ACL) feature Smart Switches within the same L2 network segment.
enhances network security and helps to protect the With this utility, users do not need to change the IP
internal IT network. The DGS-1210 Series includes address of their PC. It also simplifies the initial setup
ARP Spoofing Prevention, which protects from of the Smart Switches. Switches within the same L2
attacks on the Ethernet network that may allow an network segment that are connected to the user’s
intruder to sniff data frames, modify traffic, or bring PC are displayed on screen for instant access. This
traffic to a halt altogether by sending fake ARP allows extensive switch configuration and basic
messages to the network. To prevent ARP Spoofing setup of discovered devices including password
attacks, the switch uses Packet Control ACLs to block changes and firmware upgrades. The DGS-1210
invalid packets that contain fake ARP messages. For Series also supports D-View 6.0 and Compact
added security, the DHCP Server Screening feature Command Line Interface (CLI) through Telnet. D-View
screens rogue DHCP server packets from user ports 6.0 is a Network Management System that allows
to prevent unauthorized IP assignment.
for the central management of critical network
characteristics such as availability, reliability,
resilience, and security. CLI management of the
switches is possible via Telnet. This makes it possible
to adjust basic settings, passwords, configuration
files, and firmware with ease.

DGS-1210 Series
10/16/24/48-Port Web Smart Switch
Technical Specifications
Port Standards &
IEEE 802.3 10BASE-T Ethernet (twisted-pair copper)
IEEE 802.3u 100BASE-TX Fast Ethernet (twisted-pair copper)
IEEE 802.3ab 1000BASE-T Gigabit Ethernet (twisted- pair copper)
IEEE 802.3x Flow Control
Number of Ports
DGS-1210-10P: 8 PoE 10/100/1000 Mbps, 2 combo 10/100/1000BASE-T/SFP
DGS-1210-16: 12 10/100/1000 Mbps, 4 combo 10/100/1000BASE-T/SFP
DGS-1210-24: 20 10/100/1000 Mbps, 4 combo 10/100/1000BASE-T/SFP
DGS-1210-48: 44 10/100/1000 Mbps, 4 combo 10/100/1000BASE-T/SFP

Network Cables
UTP Cat. 5, Cat. 5e (100 m max.)
EIA/TIA-568 100-ohm STP (100 m max.)
Full/Half Duplex
Full/half duplex for 10/100 Mbps speeds
Full duplex for Gigabit speed
Media Interface Exchange
Auto MDI/MDIX adjustment for all twisted-pair ports
Switching Capacity
DGS-1210-10P: 20 Gbps
DGS-1210-16: 32 Gbps
DGS-1210-24: 48 Gbps
DGS-1210-48: 96 Gbps

Transmission Method
MAC Address Table
8 K entries per device
MAC Address Update
Up to 256 static MAC entries
Enable/disable auto-learning of MAC addresses
Maximum 64 bytes packet
DGS-1210-10P: 14.88 Mpps
forwarding rate
DGS-1210-16: 23.8 Mpps
DGS-1210-24: 35.7 Mpps
DGS-1210-48: 71.4 Mpps

RAM Buffer
DGS-1210-10P: 512 KB per device
DGS-1210-16: 512 KB per device
DGS-1210-24: 512 KB per device

DGS-1210-48: 1 MB per device
PoE Standard
802.3af & Pre-standard 802.3at
PoE Capable Ports
Ports 1 to 8 : 15.4 W or 30 W
Max. 30 W on 2 10/100/1000 Mbps ports
Max. 15.4 W on 4 10/100/1000 Mbps ports
Max. 7.5 W on 8 10/100/1000 Mbps ports
PoE Power Budget
Max. 78 W
* PoE features available on DGS-1210-10P only

DGS-1210 Series
10/16/24/48-Port Web Smart Switch
Physical &
AC Input
100 to 240 VAC 50/60 Hz internal universal power supply
Maximum Power
DGS-1210-10P: 109.6 W (PoE on), 14.45 W (PoE off)
DGS-1210-16: 17.4 W
DGS-1210-24: 24.1 W
DGS-1210-48: 59.1 W

Standby Power
DGS-1210-10P: 7 W/110 V, 7.8 W/240 V
DGS-1210-16: 4.9 W/110 V, 5 W/240 V
DGS-1210-24: 6 W/110 V, 6.2 W/240 V

DGS-1210-48: 19.2 W/110 V, 20.1 W/240 V
Fan Quantity
DGS-1210-10P: 0
DGS-1210-16: 0
DGS-1210-24: 0

DGS-1210-48: 2 smart fans (default fan speed is low, fans switch to high speed automatically at 33 degrees Celsius ambient temperature)
DGS-1210-10P: 0 dBA
DGS-1210-16: 0 dBA
DGS-1210-24: 0 dBA

DGS-1210-48: 46.2 dBA (max.)
Heat Dissipation
DGS-1210-10P: 373.96 BTU/hr
DGS-1210-16: 59.23 BTU/hr
DGS-1210-24: 82.23 BTU/hr

DGS-1210-48: 201.65 BTU/hr
Operating Temperature
0˚ to 40˚ C
Storage Temperature
-10˚ to 70˚ C
Operating Humidity
10% to 95% non-condensing
Storage Humidity
5% to 95% non-condensing
DGS-1210-10P: 330 mm x 180 mm x 44 mm (13” desktop enclosure, 1U height)
DGS-1210-16: 440 mm x 210 mm x 44 mm (19” standard rack mounting width, 1U height)
DGS-1210-24: 440 mm x 210 mm x 44 mm (19” standard rack mounting width, 1U height)
DGS-1210-48: 440 mm x 250 mm x 44 mm (19” standard rack mounting width, 1U height)

DGS-1210-10P: 1.84 kg
DGS-1210-16: 2.87 kg
DGS-1210-24: 2.97 kg
DGS-1210-48: 4.04 kg

Diagnostic LEDs
Power (Per device)
Fan error (Per device, optional)
Link/Activity/Speed (Per 10/100/1000 Mbps port)
Link/Activity/Speed (Per SFP port)
Emission (EMI)
FCC Class A
CE Class A
IC Class A
VCCI Class A
DGS-1210-10P: 205,249 hours
DGS-1210-16: 799,491 hours
DGS-1210-24: 410,948 hours
DGS-1210-48: 322,402 hours


DGS-1210 Series
10/16/24/48-Port Web Smart Switch
Software Features
L2 Features
Access Control List (ACL)

ƒ RFC 1239 Standard MIB

ƒ MAC Address Table

ƒ Max. 50 profiles

ƒ RFC 1350 TFTP
-8 K

ƒ Max. 240 rules shared by profiles

ƒ RFC 1493 Bridge MIB

ƒ Flow Control

ƒ ACL based on

ƒ RFC 1519 CIDR
-802.3x Flow Control
-MAC Address

ƒ RFC 1945 HTTP/1.0
-HOL Blocking Prevention

ƒ RFC 2131 DHCP

ƒ IGMP Snooping

ƒ RFC 2132 DHCP Options and BOOTP Vendor Extensions
-IGMP v1/v2 Snooping
-802.1p Priority
-Supports 256 IGMP groups

ƒ RFC 2138 Radius Authentication
-Supports at least 64 static multicast addresses

ƒ ACL Actions

ƒ RFC 2233 Interface MIB

ƒ RFC 2578 Structure of Management Information
-Supports IGMP Snooping Querier
Version 2 (SMIv2)

ƒ Spanning Tree Protocol

ƒ RFC 2647 802.1p
-802.1D STP

ƒ RFC 3416 SNMP
-802.1w RSTP

ƒ 802.1X

ƒ RFC 3417 SNMP

ƒ Loopback Detection

ƒ Port Security

ƒ RFC 3621 Power Ethernet

ƒ 802.3ad Link Aggregation
-Supports up to 64 MAC addresses per port

ƒ Broadcast/Multicast/Unicast Storm Control
Max. 5 groups per device/8 ports per group

ƒ Static MAC

ƒ Web-based GUI

ƒ D-Link Safeguard Engine

ƒ Compact CLI through Telnet
Max. 8 groups per device/8 ports per group

ƒ DHCP Server Screening*

ƒ Telnet Server

ƒ Port Mirroring

ƒ ARP Spoofing Prevention*

ƒ TFTP Client
-Max. 64 entries

-Supports v1/v2/v3*
-Supports Mirroring for Tx/Rx/Both

ƒ SSL*
-Supports v1/v2/v3

ƒ SNMP Trap

ƒ Cable Diagnostics
-Supports IPv4

ƒ Trap for SmartConsole Utility

ƒ Configurable Auto MDI/MDIX

ƒ System Log

ƒ Multicast Filtering
-Max. 500 log entries
-Forwards all unregistered groups

ƒ 1213 MIB II
-Supports IPv4 log server
-Filters all unregistered groups

ƒ 1493 Bridge MIB

ƒ BootP/DHCP Client

ƒ 1907 SNMP v2 MIB

ƒ Time Setting

ƒ 1215 Trap Convention MIB
ƒ 802.1Q

ƒ 2233 Interface Group MIB
ƒ VLAN Group

-Max. 256 static VLAN groups

ƒ D-Link Private MIB

ƒ Time-based PoE
-Max. 4094 VIDs
RFC Standard Compliance

ƒ Management VLAN

ƒ RFC 768 UDP

ƒ Asymmetric VLAN

ƒ RFC 791 IP

ƒ Auto Voice VLAN

ƒ RFC 792 ICMP
-Max. 10 user defined OUI
-Max. 8 default OUI

ƒ RFC 793 TCP

ƒ RFC 826 ARP
QoS (Quality of Service)

ƒ RFC 854 Telnet Server

ƒ 802.1p Quality of Service

ƒ RFC 855 Telnet Server

ƒ 4 queues per port

ƒ RFC 856 Telnet Binary Transmission

ƒ Queue Handling

ƒ RFC 858 Telnet Server

ƒ RFC 896 Congestion Control in TCP/IP Network
-Weighted Round Robin (WRR)

ƒ RFC 903 Reverse Address Resolution Protocol

ƒ CoS based on

ƒ RFC 951 BootP Client
-802.1p Priority Queues

ƒ RFC 1155 MIB

ƒ Bandwidth Control

ƒ RFC 1157 SNMP v1
-Port-based (Ingress/Egress, min. granularity 64 Kb/s)

ƒ RFC 1191 Path MTU Discovery

ƒ RFC 1212 Concise MIB Definition


ƒ RFC 1215 Traps for use with the SNMP
* Available in future release

DGS-1210 Series
Optional Products
Optional SFP Transceivers
Optional WDM SFP Transceivers
1000BASE-LX, Single-mode, 10 km
100BASE-BX, Wavelength
1000BASE-SX, Multi-mode, 550 m
Tx:1550 nm Rx:1310 nm,
1000BASE-SX, Multi-mode, 2 km
Single-mode, 20 km
1000BASE-LX, Single-mode, 50 km
100BASE-BX, Wavelength
1000BASE-LX, Single-mode, 80 km
Tx:1550 nm Rx:1310 nm,
100BASE-FX, Single-mode, 15 km
Single-mode, 20 km
100BASE-FX, Multi-mode, 2 km
1000BASE-LX, Wavelength
Tx:1550 nm Rx:1310 nm,
Single-mode, 10 km
1000BASE-LX, Wavelength
Tx:1310 nm Rx:1550 nm,
Single-mode, 10 km
1000BASE-LX, Wavelength
Tx:1550 nm Rx:1310 nm,
Single-mode, 40 km
1000BASE-LX, Wavelength
Tx:1310 nm Rx:1550 nm,
Single-mode, 40 km
Deploying the DGS-1210 Series in an Office Environment
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Release 02 (February 2010)