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Ethernet Switch Layer 2+ 8x Combo GbE/SFP + 16xSFP (1Gbps) + 4xSFP+ (10Gbps)

Ethernet Switch Layer 2+ 8x Combo GbE/SFP + 16xSFP (1Gbps) + 4xSFP+ (10Gbps)

Ethernet Switch Layer 2+ 48xGbE (PoE+, 370W) + 6xSFP+ (10Gbps)

Ethernet Switch Layer 2+ 48xGbE (PoE+, 370W) + 6xSFP+ (10Gbps)

Ethernet Switch Layer 3 8xGbE + 24xSFP (1Gbps) + 6xSFP+ (10Gbps)

Advanced Layer 3 switch that includes static and dynamic routing, as well as high switching capacity. It features 8 GbE ports, 24 SFP ports and 6 SFP+ ports.
Televes’ range of managed switches provides high-performance, flexible and robust solutions for use in corporate or residential projects.
Ref. 769149
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EAN13: 8424450282373
  • Scalable and flexible device, with virtual stacking capacity to ensure a future-proof network
  • Includes important security features like port isolation, IEEE 802.1x and Radius authentication or L2/L3/L4 ACL flow identification
  • IPv4/IPv6, SNMP, Multicast, DHCP, QoS (Quality of Service), VLAN and IGMP support functions
  • Up to 4,000 configurable VLANs
  • Up to 32,000 MAC addresses
  • Supports 9,000 Jumbo Frames
  • Web, CLI (Command Line Interface), Telnet, Sflow, Syslog, LLDP or SSH Management
  • Device operation LED indicators
  • 2 Hot-swappable power supplies
  • 19” rack compatible 1RU height (accessories for installation are provided)


How to select a switch?

Based on the different applications and the needs of configuration, several options are available in the whole range of switches: unmanaged switches and managed switches.

An unmanaged switch is a plug-and-play device, which allows to immediately connect different devices by cable without the need of any prior adjustments to the configuration.

A managed switch, on the other hand, provides a number of advanced options and features for detailed network configuration at Layer 2 level. It also allows the customization of the configuration according to the needs of the network, the monitoring performance and controlling what is happening with the connected devices.

A comparison of the features each of them provides is described below:

Features Unmanaged Switch Managed Switch
Plug & Play Yes No
Application Small networks or providing workgroups to a large network Professional uses such as in data centers or coporate networks. It allows professional uses such as in data centers or corporate networks. It allows the customization of the network at the Layer 2 level and the functions of each port individually
Performance Fixed configuration, no interface configuration allowed Modifiable configuration according to needs
VLAN Management No Yes
Control Limited default settings Access control, priority SNMP and network traffic control
Advanced functions No IPv4 Detection, DHCP, QoS, VLANs, IP routing, redundancy, CLI, ARP
Economic features Small outlay Higher price at higher benefits

Switch typeLayer 3
Staking functionYes
Number of Gigabit Ethernet ports (10/100/1000BaseT)8
Number of SFP ports (1Gbps)24
Number of SFP+ ports (10Gbps)6
Switching capacityGb/s216
Forwarding rateMpps138
MAC Addresses32000
Number of VLANs4000
Flash MemoryMB32
Jumbo FrameB9000
Input voltageVac 100 ... 240
Mains frequency50 Hz / 60 Hz
Max. powerW75
Operating temperature°C 0 ... 50
Storage temperature°C -20 ... 70