Buffalo Technology 16-Port Rackmount Gigabit 802.3at PoE Web Managed Switch -
The Buffalo Technology 16-Port Rackmount Gigabit 802.3at PoE Web Managed Switch offers an easy way to extend your business network with fast gigabit speeds and simple, cost-effective Power-over-Ethernet (PoE). Featuring sixteen 802.3at gigabit PoE Plus ports with up to 30W of power per port, it provides sufficient power for high energy consuming devices with a total power output of 180W on the switch.
Easily power dual band access points, IP surveillance cameras and VoIP and video phones, including newer models that require more power than before. The durable metal chassis is rack-mountable and equipped with holes for wall-mounting and rubber feet for easy placement on a desktop. Performance minded features such as VLAN, STP support, power cyclable PoE ports, 802.3af compatibility, Jumbo Frame support, 802.1p QoS, USB flash recovery and eco minded operation make the 16-port Rackmount Gigabit 802.3at PoE Web Managed Switch a perfect solution for your converged network.
Support and Cushioning:
- Support for Jumbo Frames increases transmission efficiency for maximum network performance
- Simple web UI offers fast and simple setup and configuration from any browser. Network administrators can remotely control switch settings, down to the port level
- Spanning Tree Protocol prevents looping to minimize network disruptions by offering multiple paths for load balancing and providing redundancy for high uptime availability
- Integrated Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) allows the switch to power connected devices without an AC power source for easy installation and placement
- Easily reboot a device, such as an IP camera, connected to the switch from a remote location
- IEEE802.1p QoS classifies and tags appropriate traffic to maximize performance and provide predictable network behavior
- Segment your network traffic for greater performance, security enhancements, or increased reliability
- Easily power dual band access points, IP surveillance cameras and VoIP and video phones, including newer models that require more power than before (Compatible with 802.3af)