16Ports POE AF/AT 340W Gigabit Ethernet Industrial Managed POE Switch
IM-FP021616GW series is the 10/100/1000 Mbps industrial POE fiber switch, comply with IEEE802.3af, power on POE IP cameras through the Ethernet cable, operating temperature-40 ℃to + 85℃, support wide voltage dual power input, meet IP30 protection degree and EMC industrial grade requirements, support many managed functions, include RSTP IGMP, VLAN, Qos, IPV6, Loop protection, ERPS and so on. pass through dangerous environmental certification and comply with FCC and CE standards. The reliable industrial grade design could ensure continuous and stable operation of the automation system.
Support power on POE IP cameras through the wireless access point (AP) of 5 categories of Ethernet cable.
IEEE 802.3af power on to 1 ~ 16 RJ45 ports
Support IEEE802.3az EEE (Energy Efficient Ethernet) Management, optimize power consumption
Support STP, RSTP, MSTP, ITU-T G.8032 Ethernet Protection Ring(EPR)
Support Qos, transport classification Qos, Cos, bandwidth control (input/output direction), storm suppression ,differentiated services
Support IEEE802.1q VLAN,VLAN port ,based Mac VLAN,IP subnet VLAN, Protocol VLAN,VLAN convert, MVR
Support dynamic IEEE802.3ad LACP link aggregation, static link aggregation
Support IGMP/MLD snooping V1/V2/V3, IGMP filtrating/ modulating, IGMP searching
Support IGMP agent report, MLD snooping
Safety: based on port and Mac IEEE802.1X, RADIUS, ACL, TACACS+,HTTP/HTTPS, SSL/SSH v2
Support Cisco® like CLI, Web management, SNMP v1/v2c/v3, Telnet
Support software upgrade via TFTP and HTTP, firmware redundancy prevents upgrade failing
Support DHCP client/Relay/Snooping/Snooping option 82/Relay option 82
Support RMON, MIB II, mirror image, event log, DNS, NTP/SNTP, IEEE802.1ab LLDP
Support IPV6 Telnet server /ICMP v6, SNMP, HTTP, SSH/SSL, NTP/SNTP,TFTP, QoS, ACL.
|Product Name||10/100/1000Mbps managed Industrial POE Fiber Switch (2F+16TP)|
2 x 1000Mpbs SFP ports (Port FX3 and FX4 are COMBO port)
16x10/100/1000M UTP RJ45( Port 23 and 24 are COMBO ports)
|Standard||IEEE 802.3, IEEE802.3U, IEEE802.3ab, IEEE802.3z, IEEE802.1d STP, IEEE802.1w RSTP, IEEE802.1s MSTP, ITU-T G.8023 EPR/Y.1344, IEEE802.1Q, IEEE802.1X, IEEE802.3ad, IEEE802.3x, IEEE802.3af, IEEE802.3at, IEEE802.1ad, IEEE802.1p, IEEE802.1ab, IEEE802.3az|
|MAC Address Table Size||8K|
|Poe Standard||IEEE802.3af, total MAX power is 340W|
Transmission mode:storage and forward
System bandwidth:48Gbps (non-traffic jam)
10BASE-T: CAT3, CAT4, CAT5 un-shielded twisted pair(≤100m)
100/1000BASE-TX: CAT5 or above shielded twisted pair(≤100m)
SFP port,transmission distance: 20Km,40Km,60Km,80Km,100Km
|LEDs||Power, network, fiber|
Non-polar power input :support
Working temperature:-40°～ 85°C
EMI:FCC Part 15 Subpart B Class A,EN 55022 Class A, EN61000-6-4- Emission for industrial environment
EMS:EN61000-6-2-Immunity for industrial environment, EN 61000-4-2 (ESD) Level 3,EN 61000-4-3 (RS) Level 3, EN 61000-4-4 (EFT) Level 3,EN 61000-4-5 (Surge) Level 3, EN 61000-4-6 (CS) Level 3,EN 61000-4-8
Traffic Control:NEMA-TS2, Vibration:IEC 60068-2-6
Freefall:IEC 60068-2-32, Shock:IEC 60068-2-27
Rail Traffic:EN 50121-4
Dimension:483x 275 x 44.5mm
|Warranty||Replacement within 1year; 5 years repairing|
In 2002, the IEEE introduced an evolution of RSTP: the Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol. The MSTP protocol provides for multiple spanning tree instances, while ensuring RSTP and STP compatibility. The standard was originally defined by IEEE 802.1s, but was later incorporated in IEEE 802.1D-2005.
Multicast VLAN Registration (MVR) is a protocol for Layer 2 (IP)-networks that enables multicast-traffic from a source VLAN to be shared with subscriber-VLANs. The main reason for using MVR is to save bandwidth by preventing duplicate multicast streams being sent in the core network, instead the stream(s) are received on the MVR-VLAN and forwarded to the VLANs where hosts have requested it/them (Wikipedia).
NAS is an acronym for Network Access Server. The NAS is meant to act as a gateway to guard access to a protected source. A client connects to the NAS, and the NAS connects to another resource asking whether the client's supplied credentials are valid. Based on the answer, the NAS then allows or disallows access to the protected resource. An example of a NAS implementation is IEEE 802.1X.