FGP-2472 24PRT POE 10/100+2SFP PRT SWTCH19"*
FGP-2472 24PRT POE 10/100+2SFP PRT SWTCH19"*
FGP-2472 24PRT POE 10/100+2SFP PRT SWTCH19"*
FGP-2472 24PRT POE 10/100+2SFP PRT SWTCH19"*
LevelOne

FGP-2472 24PRT POE 10/100+2SFP PRT SWTCH19"*

Regular price $856.33 $0.00

The LevelOne FGP-2472 is a new member of the Managed Switch 7 series family. It supports 24 10/100Mbps Ethernet ports with IEEE802.3af Power over Ethernet (PoE) and 2 Gigabit Combo SFP ports. With all 24-ports featuring PoE function, the FGP-2472 is an ideal solution for SMBs and enterprises which have the demands of PoE Wireless APs, VoIP phones or security video cameras. In addition, FGP-2472 provides Virtual Stacking which allows up to 16 units be managed as one unit with a single IP address. It gives freedom from keeping stacked switches at one physical location, and the flexibility to manage the network. Moreover, the FGP-2472 implements comprehensive QoS (Quality of Service) and enriched security features, such as Mac Filtering Policy. It also provides overall network management features such as Port Mirror, VLAN and full L2 protocols to enhance the network efficiency with security for high bandwidth applications. PoE Saves Your Power Infrastructure and Installation Cost 24-PoE ports support 15.4W on each port and allows a total of up to 380W, directly through existing LAN cables, eliminating the costs for additional AC wiring and reducing installation cost. It frees your PoE device deployment from the restrictions of power outlet locations. By supplying the power end-span, you can centralize power distribution and backup without the need to increase infrastructure. 802.1x Access Control Improves Network Security 802.1x features enable user authentication for each network access attempt. Port security features allow you to limit the number of MAC addresses per port in order to control the number of stations for each port. Static MAC addresses can be defined for each port to ensure only registered machines are allowed access. By enabling both of these features, you can establish an access mechanism based on user and machine identities, as well as control the number of access stations.


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