Aruba JL685A Instant On 1930
48G 4SFP/SFP+ Switch
High-Performance Connectivity with Abundant Ports:
The Aruba switch features 48 Gigabit Ethernet ports, which allow you to connect a large number of devices to your network, such as computers, printers, and IP phones. These Gigabit Ethernet ports support auto-negotiation and provide a maximum data transfer rate of 1000 Mbps, ensuring fast and efficient data transmission.
Flexible Expansion Options with SFP/SFP+ Ports:
In addition to the Gigabit Ethernet ports, the switch also includes four SFP/SFP+ (Small Form-Factor Pluggable) ports. These ports offer greater flexibility for network expansion and can be used to connect to other switches or devices using fiber optic cables. The SFP/SFP+ ports support both Gigabit Ethernet and 10 Gigabit Ethernet connections, providing high-speed connectivity options.
Advanced Networking Features for Optimal Performance:
The Aruba JL685A Instant On 1930 48G 4SFP/SFP+ Switch supports advanced networking features to optimize your network performance. It includes features like VLAN (Virtual Local Area Network) support, which allows you to segment your network into separate virtual LANs for better organization and security. Quality of Service (QoS) features prioritize network traffic, ensuring that critical applications and services receive the necessary bandwidth and performance.
Enhanced Security Measures for Network Protection:
For added security, the switch supports IEEE 802.1X network access control, which provides authentication and authorization mechanisms to prevent unauthorized access to your Aruba network. It also offers features like Access Control Lists (ACLs) and Secure Shell (SSH) for additional security measures.
Easy Deployment and Management:
The Aruba JL685A switch is easy to deploy and manage. It supports web-based management, allowing you to configure and monitor the switch through a user-friendly web interface. It also supports Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP), which enables centralized management and monitoring of multiple network devices.