The box the TEG-240WS showed up in was understandably large. After all, it needs to contain a full sized 24-port switch and accessories. The packaging follows TRENDnet's habit of including a picture of the gear on the front of the box along with a few teasers on features.
The back of the box contains a little more information and the usual diagram to show how your new TEG-240WS fits into your network.
Inside the box we find all of the goodies; the TEG-240WS, a power cable, CD-ROM with manual and utilities, quick start guide and rack mounting kit. Everything you need to get the TEG-240WS connected and working is here.
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