Aruba JL685A / Instant
Switch On 1930 48G 4SFP
The Aruba is a 48-port Gigabit Ethernet switch with four SFP ports. It’s part of his Instant On 1930 series designed for growing small businesses that require increased performance to support bandwidth-intensive applications.
The features a web-based graphical user interface (GUI) for easy management, as well as a command line interface (CLI) and SNMP for advanced users. It also supports energy efficient Ethernet to reduce power consumption.
The features of are as follows.
48 Gigabit Ethernet ports
4 SFP/ ports
Bandwidth up to 10 Gbps
class 2+ switch
VLANs, QoS, ACLs
Energy efficient ethernet
Management via web GUI, CLI, and SNMP
Why use( JL685A )
There are many reasons why you should use the Aruba switch. Here are some of the most important ones:
- Easy to use: The can be easily deployed and managed using the web-based GUI. No prior networking experience is required.
- Powerful performance: The can deliver up to 10 Gbps throughput, making it ideal for bandwidth-demanding applications.
- Comprehensive security: The offers a variety of security features to protect your network from unauthorized access, including VLANs, QoS, and ACLs.
- Energy efficient: The supports energy efficient Ethernet, which can help you save money on your energy costs.
- Scalable: The can be easily scaled to meet the growing needs of your business.
- Reliable: The is a reliable and durable that is built to withstand the demands of a busy network.
- Robust: The supports a variety of features to ensure the reliability and security of your network, such as PoE+, IGMP Snooping, and Storm Control.
Learn more about poe
Power over Ethernet (PoE) is a technology that allows electrical power to be transmitted over Ethernet cables. This eliminates the need for separate power cables and outlets for devices such as wireless access points, IP cameras, and VoIP phones. PoE is a very convenient and cost-effective way to power these devices.
There are several different PoE standards, each with its own power output. The most common standards are:
- 802.3af: This standard provides up to 15.4 watts of power.
- 802.3at: This standard provides up to 30 watts of power.
- 802.3bt: This standard provides up to 90 watts of power.
PoE devices are classified as either powered devices (PDs) or power sourcing equipment (PSEs). PDs are the devices that receive power over Ethernet. PSEs are the devices that supply power over Ethernet.
PoE switches are PSEs that can provide power to multiple PDs over a single Ethernet cable. PoE injectors are devices that can convert standard power into PoE power and inject it into an Ethernet cable.
PoE is a very versatile technology that can be used in a variety of applications. Some of the most common applications for PoE include:
- Wireless access points: PoE can be used to power wireless access points, which provide wireless connectivity to devices throughout a building or campus.
- IP cameras: PoE can be used to power IP cameras, which can be used for security or surveillance purposes.
- VoIP phones: PoE can be used to power VoIP phones, which allow users to make and receive calls over the internet.
- LED lighting: PoE can be used to power LED lighting, which is a more energy-efficient alternative to traditional lighting.
Learn more about sfp
stands for Small Form-factor Pluggable. It is a standardized interface for optical transceivers that can be used in networking devices such , routers, and servers. transceivers are available in a variety of types, including copper and fiber optic, and they can support a variety of data rates, including 10Gbps, 25Gbps, and 40Gbps.
transceivers are hot-swappable, which means that they can be replaced without having to power down the device
. This makes them a convenient and efficient way to upgrade or repair a network.
transceivers are a popular choice for a variety of networking applications, including:
- Connecting switches and routers
- Connecting servers to the network
- Connecting IP cameras to the network
- Connecting wireless access points to the network
- Connecting to fiber optic networks