Jun 17, 2014

Multiple Ports / Flexible 100Base-FX Fiber Optical connective for Distance Extension Solution

Functional re-evolution! Enhanced Management Features PLANET FGSW-2624SF Managed Fiber Switch has excellent reputation from FTTx Service Providers by offering multiple high-speed fiber ports and high flexibility in network deployment. To bring users better and better performed Ethernet networking, PLANET introduces FGSW-2624SF update version with minor changes in hardware but greatly promoted management functions in firmware. The FGSW-2624SF features highly secure SSL function, Telnet command line management mode, and SNMP 4 RMON Groups (Statistics, History, Alarm and Event) besides the existing user-friendly WEB management interface.For L2 / L4 switching management, Q-in-Q (Double Tag) VLAN is included to fit the increasing demand in Metro Access application; IP DSCP QoS priority is also featured to enhance the VoIP streaming in the fiber-optic network. With these advanced networking features, the FGSW-2624F is most suitable for long-distance fiber-optic network deployment like IP surveillance system, campus, distance learning, FTTx, MDU (Multi-Dwelling Unit), MTU (Multi-Tenant Unit) and Metro markets.

Key Features:
  • WEB / SSL / Telnet / SNMP Management
  • IEEE 802.1Q / Q-in-Q VLAN
  • IEEE 802.1w RSTP protocol / IEEE 802.3ad Link Aggregation
  • IGMP Snooping v1, v2 and Query mode
  • IP DSCP QoS and Bandwidth Control
  • Layer 2 / 3 / 4 ACL and Port Security
  • SNMP v1 / v2c and 4 RMON Groups
With 24 100Base-FX SFP ports and 2 Gigabit TP/SFP combo ports, the switch provides a cost-effective, high-performance for FTTx solutions. To build a network solution of FTTH (Fiber to the Home) or FTTC (Fiber to the Curb) for ISPs and FTTB (Fiber to the Building) for enterprise, the various distances of SFP (small-form factor) and Bidi (WDM) transceivers are optional for customers. Compared with traditional fiber switch that equipped fixed distance (2Km) and connection mode (SC only), the 24 SFP ports provides flexible solution for ISPs and enterprises. In addition, the two Gigabit TP/SFP combo ports can be used as uplink port which connects to the data centers and backbones.


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