TR-S2500PoE Series

TR S2500POE switch series is developed by adopting a new generation of switch chip,which is a hi-performance and wholly gigabit switch series.Along with the continuous development of the WiFi technology, 802.11b/g will gradually be upgraded to 802.11N and the results it brings are firstly that the wireless access bandwidth ofthe network increases from 54Mbps to 300Mbps or even to 600Mbps and secondly that the power consumption of wireless AP increases from several watts to over ten watts or to over twenty watts.
In this case, the 100M POE switches can no more meet the requirements, while TECHROUTES gigabit POE switches start to show their advantages in the 802.11N construction. At the same time,TECHROUTES gigabit switches can support the 802.3at power supply with up to 30W, an ideal solution for the requirements of the new generation of wireless APs.

Technical Indexes

 

S2510PoE

S2518PoE

S2526PoE

S2528PoE

Standard Configuration

8 gigabit PoE electric ports

2 gigabit optical ports

2 gigabit electric ports

One Console port

16 gigabit POE electric ports

2 gigabit optical ports

One Console port

 

24 gigabit POE electric ports

2 gigabit optical ports

One Console port

 

24 gigabit POE electric ports

4 gigabit optical ports

One Console port

 

Blackplane bandwidth

24Gbps

36 Gbps

64Gbps

64 Gbps

Forwarding rate

full wire-speed filtering and forwarding

Switching mode

Store forwarding

Address table

8K

Queue buffer

64MB

Flow Control

Backpressure is adopted for half-duplex, while IEEE802.3x is adopted for full-duplex.

Braodcast control

The broadcast storm is constrained. When the threshold value for controlling the broadcast storm is reached, the broadcast packets are stopped from being forwarded.

Multicast Control

Automatically monitoring IGMP packets

Interface binding

Eight interfaces can be bound in a group through dynamic LACP or static aggregation, and 8 groups can be supported simultaneously.

Cascading

Cluster

Bridging

IEEE 802.1D-1998 STP, IEEE 802.1w (RST) and IEEE 802.1s (MSTP)

VLAN

Supporting port-based VLAN, 802.1Q-labelled VLAN and dynamic VLAN configuration through GVRP

VLAN quantity

4K VLANs

QinQ

Support

Qos

Supporting QoS

Head Of Line (HOL) mechanism

Best-effort service

Differentiated service

Strict priority

Weighted round robin

First come first served

TOS re-labeling

QoS policy based on the 5-element group

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