Layer-2 Fully Managed Gigabit Switch suitable for Campus and Metro Ethernet deployments.
- Versatile connectivity with 24 x SFP Ports and 4 x 10G SFP+ Ports
- 1 x RJ-45 console port for convenient management
- 6kV surge protection
- Dying gasp communicates important information about power outages
- Redundant Power Supply (RPS)
- Zero-Touch provisioning
- Loopback direction
- Ethernet Ring Protection Switching (ERPS) optimizes recovery under redundancy and failover conditions
- Link aggregation for improved load balancing
- Quality of Service (QoS) functionality to prioritize important traffic
- Authentication Authorization Accounting (AAA)
- Comprehensive OAM for rapid troubleshooting
- IEEE802.3ah, IEEE802.1ag, ITU-T Y.1731
Power & Ease
The DGS-3000 Series Fully-Managed Gigabit Switches provide robust connectivity, Layer-2 functionality, mission-critical reliability, and Zero-Touch Provisioning, making it a versatile switch for Enterprises and Service Providers (SPs) who want professional-grade network infrastructure without a lot of fuss.
Reliability & Resilience
The DGS-3000 Series is built to keep running thanks to its robust 6kV surge protection and enablement of a redundant backup power supply. Redundancy is enabled via its support of ITU-T G.8032 Ethernet Ring Protection Switching (ERPS), which enables 50ms failover times that users are unlikely to notice, while IEEE 802.1AX and 802.3ad Link Aggregation allow grouping of multiple ports to provide further redundancy and load balancing in mission-critical environments.
Quality of Service (QoS)
The DGS-3000 Series implements a rich set of multilayer QoS/CoS features to ensure that critical network services such as VoIP, Video Conferencing, IPTV, and IP surveillance are given priority. Flexible packet classification can be based on various header fields or user-defined packet content, while traffic-shaping features guarantee bandwidth for these critical services when the network is busy.
In the event of a power outage, the DGS-3000 Series automatically sends an alert message to the network administrator, with information included regarding the source of the outage, which saves time during the troubleshooting and repair processes.