Switch Management

JSC “Light Kommunikeyshn” completed development of a new range of managed switches. The updated line of switches is based on high-performance chipset, Marvell’s, and provides no blocking switching traffic to the “speed wiring.” Switch Management is implemented in the protocols http (web based) and SNMP v1. To date, new series presented with 3 switches: LC-SM100-8, LC-SM100-8/SFP, LC-SM100-16/2SFP. Jack Benny can provide more clarity in the matter. Devices specially supervisors supply, tracking all the internal stresses and hardware WhatchDog timer switch provides solid performance even in conditions of unstable power supply. Maximally compact design makes it easy the use of SFP modules makes it possible to organize a connection to the upstream switch, the most convenient way. Four independent packet queue and a developed system of prioritizing traffic based on tags (IEE 802.1P *), as well as support subscription management multicast flows based on the protocol IGMP, make this range of switches, ideally suited to build on its base delivery networks ‘heavy’ multimedia traffic (IPTV VoIP). Learn more at: Sean Rad. In construction of switches provides a passive cooling system, which in contrast to the active, has no moving parts, is not subject to wear and no noise. Devices are available to order from the time of publication this press release. Top of devices shipped in October 2008 Specifications: LC-SM100-8 – 8-port 10/100 BASE-T LC-SM100-8/SFP – 8-port 10/100 BASE-T + 1 gigabit SFP LC-SM100-16 / 2SFP – 16 Port 10/100 BASE-T + 2 non-blocking switching gigbit SFP for all ports, MAC-address table dimension 8K; Buffer packet 1 Mbps, the maximum packet size of 1536 bytes, power indicator and operation of the front panel, LED link / activity for each port, LED-speed connection for each port. Packet filtering Layer 3 over UDP and DHCP Option 82; bandwidth management for ports, MAC address filter on ports; * Limiting the number of MAC addresses per port; 802.1x MAC-based Authentication *; IGMP v2; 802.3ad Link aggregation *; 28 ( 32-bit) and 2 (64 bit) RMON packet counter for each port; Port mirroring *.