With the XS-6128QF, Lancom Systems is further expanding its switch portfolio. The new top model is a 10G stackable managed fiber aggregation switch for medium-sized, distributed business networks and is optimized for operational efficiency, flexibility and reliability, according to the maker. The switch comes with optional cloud management and can therefore be deployed dynamically and automatically via Software Defined Networking (SDN).
With its twenty SFP + ports (10G), including four multi-gigabit Ethernet combo ports (1G / 2.5G / 5G / 10G), the Lancom XS-6128QF can be integrated as a core switch towards the WAN (two-tier design). ) or as a distribution switch between a core and the access switches (three-tier design). Backhaul capacity is available for this through two QSFP + (40G) or four SFP28 (25G) Highspeed FleX Uplink ports.
The switch is optionally available with two integrated “hot-swappable” power supplies and is also equipped with replaceable fans for maximum availability. A front-to-back airflow design provides professional cooling in a 19-inch rack. Lancom’s fail-safe stacking functionality should further support the implementation of high-quality, reliable infrastructures.
The XS-6128QF offers various security and management functions, including IEEE 802.1X (port, single, multi and MAC based), access control via ACLs (Access Control Lists) and vlan tagging according to IEEE 802.1q. In addition, incoming and outgoing data traffic can be prioritized via comprehensive quality-of-service (QoS) functions. Communication protocols such as SSH, SSL and SNMPv3 should enable professional management of the network from a distance, while also supporting TACACS + for authentication, authorization and accounting. The dual stack implementation allows the device to be used in pure IPv4, pure IPv6 or mixed networks.
In addition to the classic distribution functions of a switch, the new Lancom can also perform Layer 3 tasks such as dhcp server function or policy-based dynamic network routing across one or more network segments. Supported protocols include OSPFv3 for routing between local area networks (LAN) and BGP4 for routing between provider networks (WAN).
The switch can be managed via Web GUI and CLI or optionally integrated into the Lancom Management Cloud (LMC). When used via the LMC, network administrators benefit from cloud management via SDN. All necessary network configurations, including vlan’s, are automatically assigned and coordinated across all locations. The rollout and updates can be done with one click.
The Lancom XS-6128QF is available immediately for € 12,990. The standard warranty is five years and covers all parts.
Source: Hardware Info Compleet by nl.hardware.info.
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