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Linksys Managed PoE+ Switches

  • Linksys Managed PoE+ Switches

Technical Specs
  • Model Name:
  • Network Standards:
    • IEEE 802.3
    • IEEE 802.3u
    • IEEE 802.3ab
    • IEEE 802.3z
    • IEEE 802.3ae
    • IEEE 802.3x
    • IEEE 802.3ad
    • IEEE 802.3az
    • IEEE 802.1D
    • IEEE 802.1w
    • IEEE 802.1Q/p
    • IEEE 802.1X
  • Number of Ports with PoE+ Support:
  • Memory:
    128 MB
  • LEDs:
    System (blue/yellow), Link/Act/PoE (green/green), Max PoE (amber)
  • System Power Consumption without PoE+:
    • 110V: 66.63W
    • 220V: 66.62W
  • Forwarding Rate:
    104.16 Mpps
  • Switching Capacity:
    140 Gbps
  • MAC Address Table Size:
  • Jumbo Frame (FE, GE):
  • Fans:
    Yes (three 8,200 rpm)
  • Dimensions (LxWxH):
    440 x 350 x 44.45 mm (17.32 x 13.78 x 1.75 in.)
  • Weight:
    5.32 kg (11.73 lbs.)
  • Power Dedicated to PoE+:
  • Power Input:
    • 100–240V
    • 50–60 Hz
    • (8.4A max)
  • Operating Temperature:
    0 to 50°C (32 to 122°F)
  • Storage Temperature:
    -20 to 70°C (-4 to 158°F)
  • Operating Humidity:
    10 to 90% RH
  • Storage Humidity:
    10 to 90% RH (non-condensing) 
  • Spanning Tree:
    IEEE 802.1d Spanning Tree, IEEE 802.1w Rapid Spanning Tree
  • Link Aggregation:
    IEEE 802.3ad LACP, up to 4 groups with up to 8 ports per group
  • VLAN:
    Port-based and IEEE 802.1Q tag-based VLANs
  • Auto Voice VLAN:
    VLAN voice traffic is automatically assigned by OUI to a voice-specific VLAN and treated with appropriate levels
  • IGMP Snooping:
    IGMP (v1/v2/v3) snooping provides for fast client joins and leaves of multicast streams and limits bandwidth-intensive video traffic to only the requesters; supports 256 multicast groups
  • HOL Blocking Prevention:
    Head-of-line (HOL) blocking prevention
  • Port Mirroring:
    Traffic on multiple ports can be mirrored to another port for analysis with a network analyzer
  • Security Features:
    • IEEE 802.1X radius authentication
    • DHCP snooping
    • IP-MAC-Port binding
    • IP source guard
    • ARP inspection
    • STP root guard
    • STP BPDU guard
    • DHCP relay
    • Port security supports limited dynamic lock and locked MAC address,
    • Management access control
  • Storm Control:
    Broadcast, unknown-unicast, and multicast
  • Access Control:
    Support up to 512 rules for enhanced security and/or advanced QoS policy: allow, deny, or rate limit based on Layer1 to 4 protocol fields at packet header level with MAC ACL and IP ACL
  • RMON:
    Embedded remote monitoring (RMON) software agent support for enhanced traffic management, monitoring, and analysis
  • Management Interface:
    • HTTP
    • HTTPS
  • Other Management:
    Telnet (menu-driven), DHCP client, system log, configuration unload and backup via HTTP or TFTP, PING, dual images, SNTP
  • SNMP:
    • Version 1
    • Version 2c
  • QoS - Class of Service:
    Port-based, IEEE 802.1p priority-based, IPv4/v6 IP DSCP-based
  • Combo Ports (RJ45 + SFP):
    2 combo on ports g49, g50
  • Copper FE/GE Ports (RJ45):
    g01–g25, g26–g50
  • Green Power Mode:
    EEE+, Short Reach + Energy Detect
  • QoS - Priority Levels:
    4 hardware queues
  • QoS - Scheduling:
    Priority queuing and weighted round robin (WRR)
  • 10Gb Ports (SFP+):
    XG1, XG2
  • Total System Ports:
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Rock Solid! I got this switch to replace a Juniper EX4200-48T & at first was a bit hesitant on moving off of a switch that goes blow for blow with some of Cisco's best datacenter switching. I mean, I essentially moved from a 48 port switch that had an MSRP of over $10,000 to one that cost just a touch above $1K. I thought for sure I would see degradation in performance & functionality, and I have to say, it's quite the opposite. Configuration was a breeze. Switch has been up & running, without a hiccup for over a month. Performance has actually INCREASED! I am awaiting an 10Gb HBA for one of my servers, to utilize the SFP+ 10Gb connectivity onboard & excited to see what kind of results I get from that, but if it's anything like the experience I've had to this point, I don't see any reason I won't begin moving all of my switching needs away from the big, expensive players like Cisco & Juniper. Would absolutely recommend this product to anyone looking for a rock solid PoE switch with uber easy configuration & plenty of advanced functionality, for a price point I didn't think was possible.
Date published: 2015-12-17
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