Passive call recording setup

Note, these steps are required for passive recording (port mirroring) configuration only.

Ignore these steps when using active recording methods like Cisco Built-in-Bridge, SIPREC or Avaya DMCC.

What is port mirroring?

Port Mirroring, also known as SPAN (Switched Port Analyzer), is a method of monitoring network traffic. With port mirroring enabled, the switch sends a copy of all network packets seen on one port (or an entire VLAN) to another port, where the packet can be analyzed.

Port Mirroring function is supported by almost all enterprise-class switches (managed switches).

Port mirroring function is best described when comparing  regular switch and switch with port mirroring support.

Figure 1. Regular Switch

In Figure 1 you see network  the traffic sent between computers A and B.

The MAC table in the memory of the switch contains information on which port is connected to particular computer.

Switch knows that:

  • Port #1 (first on the left) is not connected.
  • Port #2 is connected to A
  • Port #3 is connected to B
  • Port #4 is connected to C
  • Port #5 is connected to D

When the switch receives a packet from A to B, it routers this packet to port #3 (because B is on port #3).

Other computers (C and D) do not see this network traffic. It is hidden from them.

Conclusion: With a regular switch the network traffic is visible only to computers, which directly participare in a communication. Other computers do not see the traffic, that is not destined for them.

Figure 2. Switch with Port Mirroring

In Figure 2 you see the similar scenario: the network traffic is sent between computers A and B.

But there is a small difference: this switch supports port mirroring function. And administrator has configured the switch to mirror to computer D all network packets, which are transmitted between computers A and B.

Computer D is a listener to the traffic. Computer D can be used for network logging or call recording if we have IP phones instead of computers A and B .

Conclusion: Port mirroing allows a particular computer to see the network traffic, which is normally hidden from it.

 

 

How Port Mirroring function is used for VoIP call recording?

 The image below illustrates the usual configuration of network, which enables call recording.

 

In this example, one of IP Phones makes a call to a remote phone outside of the local network (whether it is analog phone, cellular or another IP Phone).

Network traffic from IP Phone goes through network switch with port mirroring. The switch sends to MiaRec a copy of every network packet, sent or received by IP Phone.

By using intelligent packet capturing technology, MiaRec detects Voip-related packets inside the network traffic, decodes them and saves audio on a disk.

Virtual machine + passive recording

This document decribes requirements to virtual machine for passive recording method (port mirroring). If you are using active recording method (like SIPREC, Cisco Built-in-Bridge etc), then such requirements do not apply.

 

Passive recording is supported in virtual environment. Following virtualization products are supported:

Virtualization productSupported?
VMWare ESX/ESXiSupported
Microsoft Hyper-VSupported starting from version 2012

Configuring NIC for passive recording (port mirroring)

Note, the instructions in this document do not apply to active recording methods, like Cisco Built-in-Bridge, SIPREC, etc.

Usually, the same network interface adapter (NIC) can be used for both port mirroring traffic and regular access of the server from a network.

But in some cases it is recommended (or even required) to install a separate NIC, which will be used solely for port mirroring purposes. These cases are following:

  • More than 50 concurrent calls are recorded by MiaRec at the same time
  • The switch discard network packets on a port, which is used as a destination for port mirroring session
  • DHCP or DNS services are running on the same server, when MiaRec is running.

In these cases MiaRec should be connected to network switch with two NICs as shown on below diagram:

MiaRec Server with two NICs

  • The first NIC will be dedicated to port monitoring traffic
  • The second NIC will be used for a remote access of the server from other computers.

To prevent any conflicts with IP-addresses the first NIC should be switched to "stealth" mode with TCP/IP unbound from the card. You will need to open properties of NIC and disable IP stack and all other protocols (see below screenshot). This NIC will be used in listen mode only. No network packets will be sent from this NIC. That's why IP address is not necessary for it.

Listen-only configuration

Enable packets pass-through for port mirroring traffic

Important! This step is required only when passive recording is used (port mirroring).

MiaRec leverages port mirroring function on the switch. Some firewalls may block the network packets, which are mirrored to MiaRec server because they think that such traffic is malicious as it is not originally destined to that server (this is a traffic from IP Phone to IP PBX rather than to MiaRec server).

This may cause one of the following issues:

  • one-way audio (when only one side of conversation is recorded)
  • no audio is recorded at all (both sides of conversation are not recorded).

Windows Firewall (included into Windows XP, Vista, 7, 2003, 2008) doesn't have such problem. It passes through the mirrored network traffic to MiaRec server.

Other firewalls may block such traffic. Some of them has a configuration option, which allows to pass-through the traffic. Usually such option has name "Allow network bridged connections" or "Allow Internet sharing".

In worse case firewall doesn't have any option for passing through the network traffic and the only possible solution is to disable the firewall at all (or replace that firewall with other model). Usually, such firewalls are built-in to antivirus packages.

Step-by-step guides for some of known firewalls:

AVG Internet Security

AVG Internet Security Firewall

AVG Internet Security Firewall blocks the network traffic from external Voip adapters/phones.

Because of this the call recording is not possible untill AVG Firewall is disabled.

MiaRec just doesn't see the network traffic, which is sent by Voip adapter/phone.

Unfortunately, this firewall has very basic configuration options* and there is no way to use it together with MiaRec.

* - this information is valid for AVG v.9.0.730 released on 1st of March 2010.

If you need to record calls, disable it or choose another firewall application.

Below screenshot shows how to disable AVG firewall.

Disable AVG Firewall

BitDefender Internet Security

BitDefender Internet Security Firewall

By default BitDefender Internet Security firewall blocks remote Voip traffic and prevents call recording capability.

In order to change this behavior, please, do following:

1) Open Settings of BitDefender Internet Security and choose "Firewall" from the left pane.

2) Click on "Advanced Settings" button (see below screenshot)

BitDefender Internet Security

3) Make sure that "Enable Internet Connection Sharing" is checked.

BitDefender Internet Security

4) Click OK button to save changes.

5) Reboot computer

Now MiaRec should be able to record your calls.

Should you have any problem or question, please, contact our technical support by e-mail or phone.

ESET Smart Security 4

ESET Smart Security 4

By default ESET Smart Security 4 firewall blocks remote Voip traffic and prevents call recording capability.

In order to change this behavior, please, do following:

1) Open Settings of ESET Smart Security 4 and choose "Setup" from the left pane.

2) Click on "Toggle Advanced mode" (see below screenshot)

ESET Smart Security

3) Click on "Personal firewall" in the left pane.

ESET Smart Security

4) Click on "Advanced Personal firewall setup..."

ESET Smart Security

5) On the left pane choose "IDS and advanced options" under "Personal firewall".

ESET Smart Security

6) Make sure that "Enable communication for bridged connections" is checked.

ESET Smart Security

7) Click OK button to save changes.

Now MiaRec should be able to record your calls.

Should you have any problem or question, please, contact our technical support by e-mail or phone.

How to configure port mirroring on different switches

This article contains step-by-step guides for port mirroring configuration on some network switch models.

Cisco Catalyst 2960 Series Switches

Cisco Catalyst 2940, 2950, 2955, 2960, 2970, 3550, 3560, 3750

This guide contains instructions for configuration of SPAN session (Port Mirroring) on Cisco Catalyst 2960 Series Switches.

read more

D-Link DES-3010

D-Link DES-3010

This guide contains instructions for configuration of Port Mirroring on D-Link DES-3010 Series switches.

read more

Dell PowerConnect 2700 Series

Dell PowerConnect 2700 Series

This guide contains instructions of how to configure Port Mirroring on Dell PowerConnect 2700 Series (2708/2716/2724/2748) switches.

read more

Netgear FS726T

Netgear FS726T

This guide contains instructions of how to configure Port Mirroring on Netgear FS726T switch.

read more

TP-LINK TL-SL2428WEB

TL-SL2428WEB

This guide contains instructions of how to configure Port Mirroring on TP-LINK TL-SL2428WEB switch.

This guide applies also to other models from TP-LINK Web Smart Switches series:

  • TP-LINK TL-SG2109WEB
  • TP-LINK TL-SG2216WEB
  • TP-LINK TL-SG2224WEB
  • TP-LINK TL-SL2210WEB
  • TP-LINK TL-SL2218WEB
  • TP-LINK TL-SL2453WEB
read more

Cisco Catalyst 2960 Series Switches

Name: 
Cisco Catalyst 2960 Series
Mirror Port Read-Only: 
No
Description: 

This guide contains instructions for configuration of SPAN session (Port Mirroring) on Cisco Catalyst 2960 Series Switches.

Image: 
Cisco Catalyst 2940, 2950, 2955, 2960, 2970, 3550, 3560, 3750

Lets assume MiaRec Server is connected to port 3. On the network diagram it is shown in a red color (Analysis port).

And port 5 is used for connecting to IP-PBX (if you have one) or uplink to WAN/Internet (if you do not have IP-PBX). On the network diagram it is shown in green color (Monitored port).

In this case you need to execute following command on the switch:

1. Enter configuration mode:

C2960# configure terminal

2. Create monitoring session and configure interface Fast Ethernet 0/5 as source port for that session:

C2960(config)# monitor session 1 source interface fastethernet 0/5

3. Configure interface Fast Ethernet 0/3 as destination port for session 1.

C2960(config)# monitor session 1 destination interface fastethernet 0/3

4. Check, if everything is configured correctly:

C2960# show monitor session 1

Session 1
---------
Source Ports:
 RX Only:       None
 TX Only:       None
 Both:           Fa0/5
Destination Ports: Fa0/3

Now a configuration is completed and you should be able to record calls with MiaRec Business.

Should you have any questions or issues, please, do not hesitate to contact our support team.

Caution! If you have inter-office calls (between local phones), then every phone's port should be set as a Source Port (Cisco Catalys 2960 switches supports monitoring of multiple ports).

You will need to execute command in point 2 (see above example) multile times for every port:

C2960# configure terminal

C2960(config)# monitor session 1 source interface fastethernet 0/6
C2960(config)# monitor session 1 source interface fastethernet 0/7
C2960(config)# monitor session 1 source interface fastethernet 0/8
C2960(config)# monitor session 1 source interface fastethernet 0/9
C2960(config)# monitor session 1 source interface fastethernet 0/10
C2960(config)# monitor session 1 destination interface fastethernet 0/3

That assumes you have 5 IP Phones and they are connected to ports 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 on the switch and MiaRec server is connected to port 3.

See How to configure Port Mirroring in different call scenarios.

More detailed information about configuration of SPAN can be found on Cisco web-site:

Catalyst Switched Port Analyzer (SPAN) Configuration Example

D-Link DES-3010

Name: 
D-Link DES-3010
Mirror Port Read-Only: 
No
Description: 

This guide contains instructions for configuration of Port Mirroring on D-Link DES-3010 Series switches.

Image: 
D-Link DES-3010

In order to configure Port Mirroring feature, you need to open D-Link Embedded Web Interface (if you don't know how to do this, check a documentation of your device).

When you login on Web Interface, go to setting Administration->Port Mirroring.

You should see a page like on below screen-shot:

DES-3010 Configuration

Click on image to enlarge.

Configure Port Mirroring according to following instructions:

  • Target Port should be a port, where MiaRec Server is connected to. On the network diagram it is shown in red color (Analysis port).
  • Status should be enabled.
  • Source Port should be a port, where IP-PBX is connected to (if you have one) or uplink to WAN/Internet (if you do not have IP-PBX). On the network diagram it is shown in green color (Monitored port). Source port should be set into position Both.

Caution! If you have inter-office calls (between local phones), then every phone's port should be set as a Source Port (D-Link switch supports monitoring of multiple ports).

See How to configure Port Mirroring in different call scenarios.

Save changes on that page (click 'Apply' button).

If you need to change other settings of D-Link switch, do this now. When you finish, click on 'Save Changes' to write configuration into NV-RAM. If you do not do this last step, then all changes will be lost after reboot of a switch.

DES-3010 Configuration

Click on image to enlarge.

Now a configuration is completed and you should be able to record calls with MiaRec Business.

Should you have any questions or issues, please, do not hesitate to contact our support team.

Dell PowerConnect 2700 Series

Name: 
Dell PowerConnect 2700 Series
Mirror Port Read-Only: 
Yes
Description: 

This guide contains instructions of how to configure Port Mirroring on Dell PowerConnect 2700 Series (2708/2716/2724/2748) switches.

Image: 
Dell PowerConnect 2700 Series

The device is delivered from the factory in Unmanaged Mode. The device must be changed to Managed Mode before it can be configured. To change to Managed Mode, the device must be fully operational in Unmanaged Mode (Managed Mode LED has stopped blinking and is off).

Dell PowerConnect 2708 Front Panel

Click on image to enlarge

Once the Managed Mode LED has stopped blinking, press the Managed Mode button. The switch reboots and the Managed Mode LED blinks for approximately 90 seconds and stays lit. When the Managed Mode LED stays lit, the switch is ready to be configured. The default IP address is 192.168.2.1, the default User Name is 'admin', and the default password is left blank.

  1. Open a Web browser on your computer.
  2. Enter the Ethernet Switch IP address (the default IP address is 192.168.2.1)

The following login screen is displayed when the device is first connected:

Dell PowerConnect 2708 Web Login

The default User Name is 'admin', and the default password is left blank.

Click on Port Mirroring in the tree view.

You should see a page like on below screen-shot:

Dell PowerConnect 2708 Port Mirroring

Click on image to enlarge

Configure Port Mirroring according to following instructions:

  • Destination Port should be a port, where MiaRec Server is connected to. On the network diagram it is shown in red color (Analysis port).
  • Source Ports list. Add here the port, which is connected to IP-PBX (if you have one) or uplink to WAN/Internet (if you do not have IP-PBX). On the network diagram it is shown in green color (Monitored port). Type should be TX and RX.

Caution! If you have inter-office calls (between local phones), then every phone's port should be added to Source Ports list.

The PowerConnect 2700 series switches support up to 4 (four) source ports. If you have more than four phones and recording of inter-office calls is required, then you are suggested to choose another managed switch, which supports a desired number of mirrored source ports.

See How to configure Port Mirroring in different call scenarios.

Save changes on that page (click 'Apply Changes' button).

Now a configuration is completed and you should be able to record calls with MiaRec Business.

Should you have any questions or issues, please, do not hesitate to contact our support team.

Netgear FS726T

Name: 
Netgear FS726T
Mirror Port Read-Only: 
No
Description: 

This guide contains instructions of how to configure Port Mirroring on Netgear FS726T switch.

Image: 
Netgear FS726T

In order to configure Port Mirroring feature, you need to open Netgear Web-Based Management Interface (if you don't know how to do this, check a documentation of your device).

When you login on Web Interface, go to setting Switch->Monitor.

You should see a page like on below screen-shot:

Netgear Configuration

Configure Port Mirroring according to following instructions:

  • Sniffer Mode should be set to Both.
  • Sniffer Port should be a port, where MiaRec Server is connected to. On the network diagram it is shown in red color (Analysis port).
  • Source Port. Check the port, where IP-PBX is connected to (if you have one) or uplink to WAN/Internet (if you do not have IP-PBX). All other ports should be unchecked. On the network diagram it is shown in green color (Monitored port).

Caution! If you have inter-office calls (between local phones), then every phone's port should be checked as a Source Port (Netgear switch supports monitoring of multiple ports).

See How to configure Port Mirroring in different call scenarios.

Save changes on that page (click 'Apply' button).

Now a configuration is completed and you should be able to record calls with MiaRec Business.

Should you have any questions or issues, please, do not hesitate to contact our support team.

TP-LINK TL-SL2428WEB

Name: 
TP-LINK TL-SL2428WEB
Mirror Port Read-Only: 
No
Description: 

This guide contains instructions of how to configure Port Mirroring on TP-LINK TL-SL2428WEB switch.

This guide applies also to other models from TP-LINK Web Smart Switches series:

  • TP-LINK TL-SG2109WEB
  • TP-LINK TL-SG2216WEB
  • TP-LINK TL-SG2224WEB
  • TP-LINK TL-SL2210WEB
  • TP-LINK TL-SL2218WEB
  • TP-LINK TL-SL2453WEB
Image: 
TL-SL2428WEB

In order to configure Port Mirroring feature, you need to open TP-LINK Web-Based Management Interface (if you don't know how to do this, check a documentation of your device).

When you login on Web Interface, go to setting Port Mirroring.

You should see a page like on below screen-shot:

TP-LINK Configuration

 

Configure Port Mirroring according to following instructions:

  • Mirror Mode should be set to Both.
  • Mirror Port should be a port, where MiaRec Server is connected to. On the network diagram it is shown in red color (Analysis port).
  • Mirrored Port. Check the port, where IP-PBX is connected to (if you have one) or uplink to WAN/Internet (if you do not have IP-PBX). All other ports should be unchecked. On the network diagram it is shown in green color (Monitored port).

Caution! If you have inter-office calls (between local phones), then every phone's port should be checked as a Mirrored Port.

The TL-SL2428WEB switch supports up to 4 (four) mirrored ports. If you have more than four phones and recording of inter-office calls is required, then you are suggested to choose another managed switch, which supports a desired number of mirrored source ports.

See How to configure Port Mirroring in different call scenarios.

Save changes on that page (click 'Submit' button).

Now a configuration is completed and you should be able to record calls with MiaRec Business.

Should you have any questions or issues, please, do not hesitate to contact our support team.

Port Mirroring in complex call scenarios

This article gives some recommendations for "Port Mirroring" configuration on different types of voip network.

First of all it is necessary to decide, which calls is necessary to record.

There are three types of calls:

  • Outbound (local phone makes a call to the external phone)
  • Inbound (call is received from the external phone to the local phone)
  • Local or Internal (call is established between two local phones)

If recording of local calls is not necessary (or there are no such calls), then a configuration of "Port Mirroring" is very simple.

You need to mirror the port, where IP PBX is connected to (see Figure 1).

Recording of Inbound and Outbound calls only

Figure 1. Recording of Inbound and Outbound calls only

 

On Figure 1 it is shown that RTP audio traffic is sent from IP Phone to IP PBX. This traffic is mirrored to MiaRec server, where it is decoded.

This solution works for both inbound and outbound calls.

But it may not work for local calls. On most of IP PBX systems there is an optimization for network bandwidth usage: if the call is made between two local IP Phones, then RTP traffic is sent directly between phones without reaching of IP PBX (see Figure 2).

Recording of Inbound, Outbound and Local calls

Figure 2. Recording of Inbound, Outbound and Local calls

 

In order to record Local calls as well as Inbound and Outbound it is necessary to mirror every port, where IP Phones are connected to.

 

Recording calls on the second switch

If IP Phones are connected through multiple switches, then additional effort is necessary to make call recording works.

Configuration of "Port Mirroring" is easy if recording of local calls is not required.

In this case "Port Mirroring" is required only on the main switch (see Figure 3).

Recording calls on the second switch

Figure 3. Recording of calls on the second switch

 

In the case that recording of local calls is required, then there are three solutions:

1. Install additional network adapter into MiaRec server and connect multiple switches to it (see Figure 4)

MiaRec server with two network adapters

Figure 4. MiaRec server with two network adapters

 

 

2. Install a separate MiaRec server for the second switch (see Figure 5).

Two MiaRec servers

Figure 5. Two MiaRec servers

 

3. Use Remote SPAN (RSPAN) capability of Cisco Catalyst Switches (see Figure 6)

 

RSPAN configuration

Figure 6. RSPAN configuration


RSPAN allows you to monitor source ports that are spread all over a switched network, not only locally on a switch with SPAN. This feature appears in CatOS 5.3 in the Catalyst 6500/6000 Series Switches and is added in the Catalyst 4500/4000 Series Switches in CatOS 6.3 and later.

The functionality works exactly as a regular SPAN session. The traffic that is monitored by SPAN is not directly copied to the destination port, but flooded into a special RSPAN VLAN. The destination port can then be located anywhere in this RSPAN VLAN. There can even be several destination ports.

More about RSPAN (link to Cisco web-site) >>

 

 

Switches with port mirroring

Switches

This articles contains a list of some commonly used managed switches which support port mirroring (SPAN) function.

On this page:

Cisco

  Fast Ethernet ports Gigabit ports
Cisco Catalyst 2940 Series8 
Cisco Catalyst 2950 Series12, 24 or 48 
Cisco Catalyst 2955 Series12 

Cisco Catalyst 2960 Series

Configuration guide

8, 24 or 48 
Cisco Catalyst 3550 Series242
Cisco Catalyst 3560 Series8, 24 or 4824 or 48
Cisco Catalyst 3560-E Series 24 or 48
Cisco Catalyst 3750 Series24 or 48 16, 24 or 48
Cisco Catalyst 3750-E Series  24 or 48
Cisco Catalyst 4500 Series24 or 48 per slot24 or 48 per slot
Cisco Catalyst 4900 Series 48
Cisco Catalyst 6500 Seriesup to 96 per moduleup to 48 per module
Cisco Catalyst Express 500 Series248
Cisco Catalyst Express 520 Series8 or 241 or 2

D-Link

 Fast Ethernet portsGigabit ports
D-Link DES-13168 + 8 (PoE) 
D-Link DES-1228244
D-Link DES-1228P24 (PoE)4
D-Link DES-1252482
D-Link DES-3252P 48 (PoE)4
D-Link DGS-1210-10P 8 (PoE) + 2 (combo)
D-Link DGS-1210-16 12 + 4 (combo) 
D-Link DGS-1210-24 20 + 4 (combo) 
D-Link DES-1210-28242 + 2 (combo)
D-Link DGS-1210-48 44 + 4 (combo) 
D-Link DES-1210-52482 + 2 (combo)
D-Link DGS-1216T 16
D-Link DGS-1224T 24
D-Link DGS-1224TP 24 (PoE)
D-Link DGS-1248T 48

D-Link DES-3010GA

Configuration guide

81

D-Link DES-3010PA

Configuration guide

8 (PoE)1

D-Link DES-3010FA

Configuration guide

82
D-Link DES-3028244
D-Link DES-3028P24 (PoE)4
D-Link DES-3228PA24 (PoE)4
D-Link DES-3052484
D-Link DES-3052P48 (PoE)4
D-Link DES-3226L242
D-Link DES-3526242
D-Link DES-3550482
D-Link DGS-3200-10 8+2
D-Link DGS-3100-24 24
D-Link DGS-3100-24P 24 (PoE)
D-Link DGS-3100-48 48
D-Link DGS-3100-48P 48 (PoE)
D-Link DXS-3227 24
D-Link DXS-3227P 24 (PoE)
D-Link DXS-3250 48
D-Link DGS-3024 24
D-Link DGS-3224TGR 24
D-Link DGS-3048 48

Dell

 Fast Ethernet portsGigabit ports

Dell PowerConnect 2708 or 2808

Configuration guide

 8

Dell PowerConnect 2716 or 2816

Configuration guide

 16

Dell PowerConnect 2724 or 2824

Configuration guide

 24

Dell PowerConnect 2748 or 2848

Configuration guide

 48
Dell PowerConnect 3524242
Dell PowerConnect 3548482
Dell PowerConnect 5424 24
Dell PowerConnect 5448 48
Dell PowerConnect 6224 24
Dell PowerConnect 6248 48
Dell PowerConnect 5316M 16

HP

 Fast Ethernet portsGigabit ports
HP V1700-87 1
HP V1700-24222
HP V1810-8G 8
HP V1810-24G 24
HP V1900-8G 8
HP V1905 Series8 or 24 or 48 (optionally PoE)10 (PoE)
HP V1910 Series 16 or 24 or 24 (PoE) or 48
All L2/L3 Managed Switches  

Linksys

 Fast Ethernet portsGigabit ports
Linksys SLM2005 5
Linksys SLM2008 8
Linksys SLM2024 24
Linksys SLM2048 48
Linksys SLM224G242
Linksys SLM224G4PS24 (PoE)4
Linksys SLM224P24 (PoE)2
Linksys SLM248G482
Linksys SLM248G4PS48 (PoE)4
Linksys SLM248P48 (PoE)2
Linksys SFE2000244
Linksys SFE2000P24 (PoE)4
Linksys SFE2010482
Linksys SFE2010P48 (PoE) 
Linksys SGE2000 24
Linksys SGE2000P 24 (PoE)
Linksys SGE2010 48
Linksys SGE2010P 48 (PoE)

Netgear

 Fast Ethernet portsGigabit ports
Netgear FSM72624 

Netgear FS726T

Configuration guide

242
Netgear FS728TP24 (PoE)4
Netgear FS752TS484
Netgear FS752TPS48 (PoE)4
Netgear FSM7328S244
Netgear FSM7372S484
Netgear GS105E 5
Netgear GS108T or GS108T-200 8
Netgear GS716T or GS716T-200 16
Netgear GS724AT 24
Netgear GS724TP 24 (PoE)
Netgear GS748TR 48
Netgear GS748TP 48 (PoE)

TP-LINK

 Fast Ethernet portsGigabit ports

TP-LINK TL-SG2109WEB

Configuration guide

 9

TP-LINK TL-SL2210WEB

Configuration guide

82

TP-LINK TL-SG2216WEB

Configuration guide

 16

TP-LINK TL-SG2224WEB

Configuration guide

 24

TP-LINK TL-SL2218WEB

Configuration guide

162

TP-LINK TL-SL2428WEB

Configuration guide

244

TP-LINK TL-SL2452WEB

Configuration guide

484
TP-LINK TL-SG3109 9
TP-LINK TL-SL5428244
TP-LINK TL-SL5428E244
TP-LINK TL-SL3428244
TP-LINK TL-SG5426 26
TP-LINK TL-SL3452484