Netgear 28 Port M4300 10G Stackable Managed Switch GSM4328PA-100NES
PoE deployment at the edge
Common for intermediate distribution frames (IDF) in K-12, horizontal or vertical ring stacking topologies greatly simplify Power over Ethernet deployments at the edge and bring network resiliency with distributed 10G uplinks in aggregation to the core.
Top-of-rack and server installations
For midsize server installations, two half-width M4300 10 Gigabit models can be paired in an effective single rack space for redundant top-of-rack. Non-stop switching, non-stop routing stacking technology ensures no single point of failure for servers connecting to the stack.
Spine and Leaf topologies
For typical collapsed core installations with a variety of 1G and 10G access ports in high performance local area networks, M4300 10G models can stack with M4300 1G models creating 'spine and leaf' topologies, reducing oversubscription, even enabling line-rate aggregation to the spine. Features • All (4) 10G ports are independent and 1G backward compatible for progressive transition to 10G speeds
• Hot swap APS550 W power supplies deliver 480 W redundant PoE+ budget across 24 ports or 720 W in share mode
• With 176 Gbps non-blocking fabric, M4300-52G-PoE+ delivers L2/L3/L4 and IPv4/IPv6 rich services for wireless access layer, IP video and unified communications.
• Virtual Chassis stacking provides non-stop forwarding (NSF) and hitless failover for highest availability (HA).
• 1 Gigabit models such as M4300-52G-PoE+ can stack with 10 Gigabit models enabling line-rate spine and leaf topologies.
|Total Network Ports||2 x 1000/10Gb RJ-45|
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|Built-in Flash Memory||16MB|
|Acoustic Noise||39.8 dB|
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