Managed ethernet switch M6100 series48 portslayer 2layer 3

managed ethernet switch
managed ethernet switch
managed ethernet switch
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Characteristics

Type
managed
Number of ports
48 ports
Network
layer 2, layer 3
Mounting
rack-mount
Other characteristics
redundant, SFP+, PoE, RJ45

Description

M6100: The Latest Advances in Hardware and Software Engineering for Higher Flexibility, Lower Complexity and Stronger Investment Protection, at a High-Value Price Point. The NETGEAR® Chassis M6100 series delivers L2/L3/L4 and IPv4/IPv6 rich services for enterprise edge and SMB core deployments, as well as 1G / 10G mixed infrastructures in server rooms. Innovative distributed fabric provides non-stop forwarding resiliency and world-class availability - including passive backplane, hitless failover, redundant fabric and redundant management - without having to pay the exorbitant acquisition and maintenance costs associated by other networking vendors in this class. World-class availability Dependable continuity of operations with non-stop switching, non-stop routing and hitless failover supported for both fabric and management N+1 redundancy for power supplies and loop-free, disruption-free multi-chassis link aggregation (MLAG) High speed performance 1.4 Tbps total routing / switching capacity and up to 1,071 Mpps intra-blade throughput 480 Gbps distributed fabric inter-module with each slot providing 2 x 40G access to the passive backplane (80G half-duplex; 160G full-duplex) Extra high-density Only 4U height (7 inches - 17.78cm) and 17.39 inches depth (44.16cm) Supports 144 RJ45 10/100/1000 ports, or 120 SFP 100/1000 ports, or 72 RJ45 10GBASE-T ports, or 48 SFP+ 1000/10GBASE-X ports, or a combination

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M6100
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Catalog 2012
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