GM26P-450C 24-Port Gigabit Web Managed PoE+ Ethernet Switch, 2-Port SFP Fiber Upinks, 425W

GM26P-450C

30W PoE+ on All PortsRack Mount Standard KitHeavy Duty Metal Casing and Enterprise FansGigabit Fiber SFP Uplink PortsPoE Boot Guard Recycle Port Power Automatically CLI Console Port and Web ManagementFull gigabit speed PoE SwitchAuto and Easy VLAN functions PoE Boot Guard automated Port reboot for unresponsive PSE devicePower Surge Protection for PoE switches

DESCRIPTION

24-Port Gigabit PoE+ (30W) L2 CLI, Web or Central Cloud Managed Ethernet Switch, 2 SFP Uplinks, 425W Power Budget,  Rack Mount - Ports Protected by PoE Boot Guard 

INTRODUCTION

The GM26P-450C is the most commonly ordered product in Syncom portfolio. Syncom's competition makes PoE switches for the perfect environmental conditions of an IT room. Syncom knows installers need a RELIABLE PoE Ethernet switch for any indoor environment. 4 reasons why professional installers always use GM26P-450C (or the 8-port version GM10P-150C):
  1. FANS - Double Life Expectancy: The reason there are so many failures on PoE switches is dust buildup on the cheap fans. The expected life of a switch not installed in an IT room setting is 15 months! Dust buildup is not covered by the warranty of any manufacturer. Syncom uses only enterprise grade fans.   
  2. INTELLIGENT POE PORT REBOOT - Gain Hundreds of Lost Hours: Stop dispatching technicians to unplug an RJ45 patch cable! Known as PoE Boot Guard, the GM26P-450C auto senses when a device becomes unresponsive or drops offline. PoE Boot Guard automatically recycles power to get the PSE device (camera, AP, speaker, light) connected again. 
  3. EXTRA THICK METAL CASING - Quality your customers expect: Thick, rugged, impact resistant case that can be felt and seen. 
  4. PRICE - Similar as the product you are currently buying

FEATURES 

  • 24 gigabit ports w/ PoE+
  • 1000 Mbps SFP Uplink Ports (2)
  • Compliant with IEEE802.3af/802.3at 
  • Comprehensive Qos Policies & Security Mechanisms 
  • Auto-Sensing Ports (MDI/MDIX)
  • IGMP v1/v2/v3 snooping, filtering, fast leave and IGMP Proxy
  • Wire-Speed Replication Between VLANS
  • Multicast Load Balancing Amount Member Interfaces of Trunk and Controllable Multicast - Fills requirements for IPTV and IP Video Multicast Environments
  • Enerrgy Conservation and Low Radiation Housing with Even Head Dissipation.
  • SNMP v1/v2c
  • Thickest Gauge, Strongest Housing of any current PoE switch on Market

SPECIFICATIONS

Hardware 

  GM26P-450C
Fixed ports 24 x 10/100/1000 Base-T PoE ports
  2 x 1000 Base-X SFP ports
  1 x Console port
PoE Standards IEEE 802.3af/at
Power Pin Assignment 1/2(+),3/6(-),(End-Span)
Power supply 450W
PoE Power Output Per Port 53V DC
Switching Capacity ≥52Gbps
Packet Forwarding Capacity 10M:14880pps/port
  100M:148809pps/port
  1000M:1488095pps/port
Operating environment Operating temperature: 0–50
Humidity Range Relative humidity: 5%–95% (non-condensing)
Dimensions 440(L) x 285(W) x 44.5(H) mm
Weight <10Kg
Input Voltage AC:110240V/5060Hz
 

Software/Management

Software GM26P-450C
Standards IEEE 802.3af,Power Over Ethernet
  IEEE 802.3at,Power Over Ethernet Plus
  IEEE 802.3ad, Link Aggregation
  IEEE 802.3,10BASE-T
  IEEE 802.3u,100 BASE-TX
  IEEE 802.3ab,1000 BASE-T
  IEEE 802.3z,1000 BASE-X
  IEEE 802.3x, Ethernet flow control 
  IEEE 802.3az,EEE(Energy Efficient Ethernet)
  IEEE 802.1AB-2005,LLDP( Link Layer Discovery Protocol)
  IEEE 802.1d, Spanning Tree Protocol
  IEEE 802.1w, Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol
  IEEE 802.1q, VLAN
  IEEE 802.1p,QoS
MAC Address 8K MAC addresses  
  MAC address learning and aging
VLAN 4K VLANs  
  Port-based VLANs
  Voice VLAN
Spanning Tree STP(Spanning Tree Protocol)
  RSTP( Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol)
Link Aggregation Max 8 aggregation groups, each supports 8 ports
  Static aggregation and dynamic aggregation
Port Mirroring Many-to-one port mirroring 
Multicast IGMP v1/v2/v3 snooping and IGMP fast leave
QoS Rate limiting on packets sent and received by an interface
  Eight queues on each port
  WRR, SP, WRR+SP queue scheduling algorithms
  Re-marking of the 802.1p priority and DSCP priority
  Rate limiting in each queue and traffic shaping on ports
Security DoS attack defense, ARP attack defense, and ICMP attack defense
  Port isolation
  User privilege management and password protection
Management and Maintenance SNMP v1/v2c
  Remote configuration and maintenance using Telnet
  Web NMS
  System logs and alarms of different levels
Downloads Specification Sheet Web Programming User Manual  CLI User Manual  

 


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