EDS-728 gigabit ethernet switch

Tuesday, 01 April, 2008 | Supplied by: CrispTech Pty Ltd

The Moxa EDS-728 is a modular ethernet switch that supports up to four gigabit ports, 24 fast ethernet ports and advanced network control. The device is specially designed for redundant gigabit network backbones and uses a modular configuration for network expansion.

The industrial-grade device includes management features such as QoS, IGMP snooping/GMRP, VLAN and RMON, a console port for automatic configuration backup and an angled LED troubleshooting panel that can be viewed from both horizontal and vertical orientations.

Gigabit modules for the device support 'Turbo Ring' network redundancy, which can recover from network disconnections within 50 ms. The Turbo Ring is designed to handle a wide variety of infrastructures through functions such as ring coupling and dual-homing, while the four gigabit ports provide high bandwidth communication between connected rings.

The modular design allows the switch to be expanded through interchangeable gigabit and fast ethernet modules with SFP, copper and fibre-optic (SC/ST) connectors.

Online: www.crisptech.com.au
Phone: 07 3120 8700
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