Product Id: 24835706
Description: Allied Telesis AT IFS802SP - Switch - managed - 8 x 10/100 + 2 x combo Gigabit SFP - DIN rail mountable, wall-mountable - DC power
Mfr Part #: AT-IFS802SP-80
The AT-IFS802SP is a high performance and meets the high reliability requirements of industrial network operations. This industrial switch provides a network manager some key features using the simple web-based management function such as; port-based VLANs, IEEE 802.1p QoS, port trunking/link aggregation, port mirroring, priority queues and IEEE 802.1x security support. With support of up to 8k MAC addresses and a 1 Mbit packet buffer the AT-IFS802SP switch is an ideal option for integrating management into your network solution.
- 5.6 Gbps switching capacity
- Supports 100/1000 Mbps SFPs
- 12-48 VDC redundant power inputs
- IP 30 metal case
- Support X-ring function
- SNMP v1/v2c/v3, web, Telnet, CLI management
- TFTP firmware update, system configure restore and backup
- Ingress packet filter and egress rate limit
- Securing the network edge
To ensure the protection of your data, it is important to control access to your network. Protocols such as IEEE 802.1x port-based authentication guarantee that only known users are connected to the network. Unknown users who physically connect can be isolated to a pre-determined part of your network offering quests such benefits as Internet access while ensuring the integrity of your private network data.
- Gigabit and Fast Ethernet SFP support
The SFP ports support both Gigabit and Fast Ethernet Small Form-factor Pluggables (SFPs). This makes the switch an ideal family for environments where Gigabit fiber switches will be phased in over time. This allows for connectivity to the legacy 100FX hardware until it is upgraded to Gigabit. Support for both speeds of SFP allows organizations to stay within budget as they migrate to faster technologies.
- High network resiliency
The AT-IFS802SP industrial switch supports the X-ring protocol that can help the network recover from connection failure within 20 ms, thus making the network system very resilient. The X-ring algorithm is similar to spanning tree protocol (STP) algorithm but its recovery time is faster than STP. In addition, dual homing and couple ring topology are also supported to further increase the network availability.