- 802.3az Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE) lowers your power bills.
- Supports full SNMP management & has a Web-based management interface.
- Features (8) autosensing 10-/100-/1000-Mbps ports plus two dual-media ports that can be used as another UTP port or with a 100- or 1000-Mbps SFP.
This capable Layer 2+ switch offers eight autosensing 10-/100-/1000-Mbps RJ-45 Ethernet ports. Additionally, it has two dual-media ports, each of which consists of an 10-/100-/1000-Mbps RJ-45 port plus an SFP port. These dual-media ports can be usedeither as a normal UTP Ethernet port or adapted to 100- or 1000-Mbps fiber through the use of an SFP.
Fully manageable The switch is fully managed, supporting SNMP version 1, 2c, & 3. The embedded RMON software agents support RMON groups 1 (history), 2 (statistics), 3 (alarms), & 9 (events).
The integral Web server enables Web-based management via Web browser. This GUI interface enables switch configuration, system dashboard, maintenance, & monitoring.
The wide range of management & support features also includes dual image, port miRoring, LLDP, sFlow, UPnP, IPv6, SSH, RADIUS, DHCP Client/DHCPv6 Client, SNTP, cable diagnostics, ping, syslog, & Telnet client with SSH security.
Support for VLAN & QoS
Support for up to four simultaneous VLANs enables you to segment traffic with port-based, 802.1Q tag-based, or MAC-based VLANs.
802.1p Layer 2 quality of service (QoS) enables prioritization of time-sensitive applications such as VoIP & video.
You get enterprise-class security features, too. 802.1X port-based network access control authenticates devices connecting to your network. The switch also supports SNMPv3 cryptographic security, SSH, & SSL. Plus, you can set up a guest VLAN that enables visitors to access the Internet without also giving them access to the corporate network.
The Gigabit Ethernet Managed Switch features IEEE 802.3az Energy-Efficient Ethernet, which scales down power consumption during periods of low data activity. This feature adds up to energy savings of up to 50%. Cable length detection adjusts signal strength to the cable length, reducing power consumption on shorter cable runs.