Ubiquiti US-24-500W UniFi 24-Port Layer 2 Managed Gigabit PoE+ Switch w/ 2x SFP Ports (500W)
This Ubiquiti US-24-500W UniFi Switch features 24 PoE Gigabit Ethernet ports of auto-sensing IEEE 802.3af/at or configurable 24V passive PoE to simplify your infrastructure. By default, this UniFi Switch automatically detects 802.3af/at devices so they automatically receive PoE. For 24V passive PoE devices, manually enable 24V passive PoE using the UniFi Controller software.
This Ubiquiti US-24-500W UniFi Switch provides fibre connectivity options for easy expansion of your networks. Each UniFi Switch model includes two SFP ports for uplinks of up to 1 Gbps.
Designed for convenient management, the UniFi Controller software allows admins to configure and monitor the UniFi Switch and other UniFi devices using a graphical user interface. You can download it from www.ubnt.com at no extra charge – there is no separate software, licensing, or support fee.For advanced users, CLI management is available through Telnet, SSH, and the console port.
A single instance of the UniFi Controller running in the cloud can manage multiple UniFi sites within a centralised interface. Each site is logically separated and has its own network monitoring, configuration, maps, statistics, and admin accounts.
Switch Configuration - You can access any managed UniFi Switch through the UniFi Controller to configure a variety of features:
• PoE setting per port.
• Operation mode (switching, mirroring, or aggregate) per port.
• Network/VLAN configuration.
• Jumbo frame and flow control services.
• Network settings.
Switch Port Status - You can also view status information for each port:
• Connection speed and duplex mode.
• TX/RX data rates.
• PoE status.
• Network/VLAN setting. Features • Twenty-four (24) 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet RJ45 ports.
• Two (2) Small form factor SFP ports for Gigabit uplinks.
• One (1) Serial console port.
• Non-blocking throughput: 26 Gbps.
• Switching capacity: 52 Gbps.
• Forwarding rate: 38.69 Mbps.
• Maximum power consumption: 500W.
• Supports POE+ IEEE 802.3at/af and 24V Passive PoE.
• Rackmountable for server shelf/cabinet use.
|Total Network Ports|
|PoE Support Type|
|No. of Ports with PoE||
|Other Non-Network Ports||1 x 10/100 Ethernet Management|
|MAC Address Table Size|
|Built-in Flash Memory|
|Max. Power Consumption||250 W|
|Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF)|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||485 x 44.5 x 286 mm|
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