Netgear GSM7228PS-100EUS 24 Port ProSafe Stackable Gigabit PoE L2+ Managed Switch
24 Port Netgear GSM7228PS-100EUS ProSafe Stackable Gigabit PoE L2+ Managed Switch
Features Enterprise-class L2+
Combining superior resiliency, enterprise-class security and non-blocking performance, NETGEAR Stackable PoE Managed Gigabit Switches GSM7228PS and GSM7252PS offer a full set of Layer 2 management features, as well as Layer 2+ (Layer 3 lite – IPv4 routing) with unsurpassed affordability. Together with VLAN routing, voice-class prioritization, and chassis-like stack even with local or distant non-PoE Layer 3 Gigabit Managed Switches GSM7328S / GSM7352S / GSM7328FS, the GSM7228PS and GSM7252PS series can be deployed at enterprise edge, remote branch offi ces and closer to the core of small and medium businesses' growing networks.
Layer 3 license upgrades GSM7228PL and GSM7252PL unlock IPv4/IPv6 dynamic routing capabilities of GSM7228PS and GSM7252PS. Designed for Enterprise networks and core/aggregation levels of SMB networks, L3 upgraded GSM7228PS and GSM7252PS provide advanced routing protocols such as OSPF, VRRP and multicast for converged applications.
NETGEAR Stackable, PoE Managed Gigabit Switches GSM7228PS and GSM7252PS come with a removable power module for the main power supply. In the event of a power supply failure, the switch can immediately shift to an external RPS device while the internal power module is replaced for 100% uptime. Like all NETGEAR ProSafe Managed Switches, the GSM7228PS and GSM7252PS are backed by the NETGEAR ProSafe Lifetime Warranty.
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
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- 24 months
- DOA Period:
- 7 days
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