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The FM2009-MMC switch is engineered for, low cost workgroups as desktop connectivity in small offices, departmental workgroups in Education and Medium Sized Enterprise with fiber connected backbones to servers or central distribution switches interconnected by fiber. With features such as Port and Protocol based VLANs, Class of Service with IGMP multicasting and Port Trunking, this low cost switch offer highest possible performance.
14880pps Forwarding/Filtering For 10 Mbps Ethernet / 148800pps Forwarding/Filtering For 100 Mbps Ethernet
328 ft UTP / 1.24 Mile Multi-mode Fiber Full-duplex / 1352 ft Multi-mode Fiber Half-duplex
Quality of Service: IEEE 802.1Q Quality of Service supported Class of Service: IEEE 802.1p Class of Service supported. 2 priority queues based on three scheduling schemes with Enable Delay Bound First come First Served All High before Low (Strictly Priority) Weighted Round Robin Schedule High or Low Weight Multicast: Supports IGMP multicast snooping; Query, Report and Leave group IGMP address table: 1000 entries Broadcast: Supports Broadcast Storm Control and Broadcast Filtering; Head-of-Line Blocking
Certifications & Standards
Network: IEEE 802.3u Fast Ethernet over UTP Category 5 (100BaseTX) IEEE 802.3 Ethernet over UTP Category 3 (10BaseT) IEEE Auto Negotiation with Auto-Uplink Features: IEEE 802.1q IEEE 802.1v IEEE 802.1s IEEE 802.1w IEEE 802.1p IEEE 802.1ad IEEE 802.1D IEEE 802.1x Safety: UL 1950 cUL Emissions: FCC Class A CE
SNMP: MIB II and Bridge MIB supported; community strings and Trap management with both Read and Write Web: Embedded HTTP server for Web Browser management IE5 (or above) Telnet supported Console: Out-of-Band Administration: Microsoft HyperTerminal (or equivalent) with COM port to Console Default Console Settings: 9600 baud, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit and no flow control Interface: Menu-driven Configuration: Port status Port counter statistics System Information Switch settings
Static MAC address prevention to unauthorized access and access limited to MAC address numbers Port Trunking: IEEE 802.1ad/802.3ad LACP with load distribution control and failover recovery Up to four groups can trunk up to 8 ports on an aggregated Bandwidth of 1600Mbps in each group VLAN: IEEE 802.1Q VLAN tagging; 4095 groups based on Ingress rule Static and dynamic configuration, includes Tag insertion, modifications and removal, cross VLAN packet filtering Port based: Port based VLAN supported; IVL/SVL Protocol based: IEEE 802.1v supported 512 entries (IP, IPX, STP, AppleTalk, ARP, NetBIOS) GVRP: Supported, on or off configuration option Port Mirroring: Port sniffer with Source port, destination port, and source-destination-pair based Filter Database: Forwarding and filtering IGMP snooping per multicast group, Static MAC address, MAC filtering allows the switch to drop unwanted traffic against a table list, of preconfigured MAC addresses
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