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Fortinet Layer 2 Ruggedized Fortigate Switch Controller Compatible Poe+ Switch With 8 X Ge Rj45 Ports


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          Ruggedized L2 PoE Switch, 8x GE RJ45 (including 8x PoE/PoE+ capable ports), 4x GE SFP slots, FortiGate switch controller compatible, IP30, 1.23 kg

          Fortinet Layer 2 ruggedized FortiGate switch controller compatible PoE+ switch with 8 x GE RJ45 ports. Switch type: Managed, Switch layer: L2. Basic switching RJ-45 Ethernet ports type: Gigabit Ethernet (10/100/1000), Basic switching RJ-45 Ethernet ports quantity: 8, Console port: DB9. Full duplex. MAC address table: 8000 entries, Switching capacity: 24 Gbit/s. Networking standards: IEEE 802.1AX,IEEE 802.1D,IEEE 802.1Q,IEEE 802.1ab,IEEE 802.1s,IEEE 802.1w,IEEE 802.1x,IEEE.... Power over Ethernet (PoE). Wall mountable

          FortiSwitch Rugged switches deliver all of the performance and security of the trusted FortiSwitch Secure, Simple, Scalable Ethernet solution, but with added reinforcement that makes them ideal for deployments in harsh environments.

          Resilient, sturdy and capable of withstanding intense temperature fluctuations, FortiSwitch Rugged ensures the integrity and performance of mission-critical networks in even the most challenging of deployments.

          Add Ruggedized FortiGate for Tough and Powerful Protection
          Engineered to survive in hostile environments with an extreme temperature range, the combination of FortiGate Rugged network security appliances with the FortiSwitch Rugged provides a connected network security solution.

          Simple Network Deployment
          The Power over Ethernet (PoE) capability enables simple installation of cameras, sensors and wireless access points in the network, with power and data delivered over the same network cable. There is no need to contract electricians to install power for your PoE devices, reducing your overall network TCO.


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