With network traffic everywhere increasing at an unprecedented rate, the demand for larger bandwidth and great speeds is getting higher than ever. Managed PoE switch with unsurpassed advantages in enhancing flexibility & reliability and decreasing OPEX, is intensively applied to keep network at peak utilization. Among the various port design, a 24 port managed PoE switch is considered as a decent option for both business and home network. So when to make a move toward a managed 24 port PoE switch? How to deploy a managed PoE switch 24 port to optimize your network? That’s what we are going to explore in this article.
Like standard Ethernet switch, PoE switch comes into two variants: unmanaged and managed PoE switch. Each has places in networking industry, but with different feature and functionality. Experience from those who have dealt with 24 port managed PoE switch demonstrates that it’s a journey well worth taking – it delivers so many flexibilities and scalabilities to a network, as well as multiple management methods. Then when should we introduce a 24 port managed PoE switch to keep up with the growing business requirement? If you need some of the following features, maybe it’s time to go with a managed switch.
Demand for QoS: If you want to tailor your network traffic for QoS, redundancy, port speed, etc. And require more priority and reliability for certain computers, then get a managed switch. A 24 port managed PoE switch will let you remotely disable the power on individual ports, which is useful in case you need to reboot a single AP and don’t want to get up from your chair.
Superior Management of Network: It is nice to have management features when you need them: things like VLANs, port security, port monitoring and other functions becomes even useful when business grows. A 24 port managed PoE switch allows you to see what’s going on in the switch, and what is connected to each port. You can look at error statistics for a port to know if there is a cabling or device problem, you can remotely see which ports are actively in use, and you can also mirror ports to monitor traffic.
VLAN and VoIP Support: Ever want to have Wifi deployment and have a guest network? VLANs can help with this. It is much easier to go with a managed switch if you are going to have multiple subnets/VLANs or need to configure and manage specific ports etc. Moreover, Anything to do with VoIP configuration should always involve managed PoE switches.
Given the growing demand for faster network performance and maintaining Ethernet economics. The demand for a PoE switch to connect and power IP endpoints continues to soar. FS.COM with years of commitment to studying customers’ preference and needs, develops S1600-24T4F PoE switch to better serve your business requests. This 24 Port managed PoE switch is built with 24 10/100/1000Base-T RJ45 Ethernet ports that are fully complaint with IEEE 802.3af/at, 2 SFP/RJ45 combo ports and 2 SFP ports. As a managed PoE switch, FS S1600-24T4S support various advanced management including WEB, CLI, TELNET, SNMP. Besides, it enables much more control over voice and data traffic, allowing you to configure and manage virtual LANs (VLANs), and giving you the ability to segregate high priority VoIP traffic over more routine data traffic. You can deploy this 24 port managed PoE switch to fit your SMB or entry-level enterprise that demands industrial, surveillance, IP phone, IP camera or wireless applications.
The specifications of FS 24 port managed PoE switch S1600-24T4S are listed as follows.
|Switch Class||Layer 2+||Switching Capacity||52 Gbps|
|Forwarding Rate||38.69 Mpps||Web Management Interface||Supported|
|Max. Power Consumption||600W||Power Consumption per PoE Port||Max. 30W|
|PoE Standard||IEEE 802.3af/at||VLANs||Up to 4K|
|Jumbo Frames||Up to 9KB||Mounting Method||Rack-mountable|
Apart from segmenting your network, a 24 port managed PoE switch can also offer a broad range of options in setting up network connections. Some common applications are demonstrated as following.
FS S1600-24T4S 24 port PoE switch is a perfect choice for mixing Ethernet and Fast Ethernet installations, which paves the way for any expected future expansion. When the need occurs, just connect to another hub or switch via one of the switch’s Fast Ethernet or Gigabit Ethernet ports. The figure below shows a 24 port PoE switch operating as a collapsed backbone for a small LAN. It provides dedicated 10 Mbps full-duplex connections to workstations and 100 Mbps full-duplex connections to power users and servers. Besides, connected IP phones and wireless access points are receiving PoE power from the switch.
1000BASE-LX SFP or 1000BASE-LH SFP can be used on this 24 port managed PoE switch to interconnect remote network segments, or used to create a link to other buildings in a campus setting. 1000BASE-SX SFP transceivers can be used for Gigabit fiber connections between floors in the same building. The figure below illustrates this PoE switch connecting multiple segments with fiber cable.
This 24 port managed PoE switch supports VLAN configurations, allowing it to organize any group of network nodes into separate broadcast domains. VLANs confine broadcast traffic to the originating group, and can eliminate broadcast storms in large networks. This provides a more secure network environment to protect your sensitive information.
A 24 port managed PoE switch is an optimal and future-proofing choice if you ever anticipate advanced network features to meet business growth. It perfectly fits for SMB network with its full configuration capability, advanced feature sets and improved security controls. If you have a plan for deploying a 24 port PoE switch, FS.COM will offer you efficient solution and professional tech support. No more hesitation, contact us via email@example.com right now!Related Articles: FS 24-Port PoE Switch: Power Your Network for High-quality VoIP Managed vs Unmanaged Switch: Which One Can Satisfy Your Real Need?
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