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D-Link 30 port Stackable Gigabit PoE Switch with 6 10GbE ports

DGS-3130-30PS

802.1X Access Control : Yes
Warranty : Limited Lifetime
1000Base-T ports : 24 Ports
PoE ports : 24 Ports
PoE Budget : 370 Watts (740 w RPS)
Switching Capacity : 168 Gbps
QoS : Yes
Spanning Tree Protocol : Yes
Link Aggregation : Yes
VLAN : 4K Groups
Jumbo Frame : 9K
DHCP Server Screening : Yes
SNMP : Yes
Cable Diagnostics : Yes
Voice VLAN : Yes
Energy Saving Technology : EEE Compliant|D-Link Green
19″ Rack Mountable : Yes
Fans : 3
Dimensions (Size) : 440 x 350 x 44 mm
Web-based GUI : Yes
Layer : Layer 3
10 Gig ports : Yes
SFP+ ports : 4
10GBase-T ports : 2
Guest VLAN : Yes
Layer 3 Switching : Yes
IP Interfaces : Yes
Routing Table Size : 512
Redundant PSU : DPS-700
Stacking : Physical and Virtual
Stacking Capacity : Physical (9), Virtual (32)
Switch Type : Layer 3 Lite
Type of Port Required : Gigabit Copper|Gigabit Fibre|10 Gigabit Copper|10 Gigabit Fibre
IGMP Snooping : Yes
Number of Ports : 24 – 32
PoE Type Required : PoE|PoE+|Extended PoE Budget
Stacking Bandwidth : 80 Gbps
Redundant Power Supply Option : Yes
Command Line Interface : Yes
Switch Series : DGS-3130 Series

Adaptable, Bottleneck-Free 10G Business Connectivity

The DGS-3130 Series is a highly versatile Lite Layer 3 stackable switch. Including powerful L2 & L3 features, as well as support for multiple software images, it is highly pliant, capable of accommodating different network deployments.

With network bottlenecks on the rise, the DGS-3130 Series’ six 10 Gigabit uplink ports are an ideal solution. Business can flexibly increase their bandwidth with the flexibility to incrementally meet growing bandwidth demands.

Power Even More Devices

The DGS-3130-30PS model features Power over Ethernet, which compatible devices to be powered by the switch through a standard Ethernet cable. It supports the IEEEE 802.3at PoE and IEEE 802.3at PoE+ standards, providing up to 30W of power per port. PoE effectively reduces the deployment time for PoE devices such as IP cameras, VoIP phones, and access points, and eliminates the cost for additional electrical cabling. The 370W PoE power budget, which can be increased to 740 W when outfitted with the DPS-700 redundant power supply, allow the switches to power even more devices. Additionally, an extended Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP) automatically negotiates and manages the power feed to IEEE 802.3at PoE+ powered devices for optimal power distribution.

 

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