Cisco CBS250-8PP-E-2G 8-Port Gigabit PoE+ Compliant Managed Switch with SFP/RJ45 Combo (45W)


Quickly expand your business's network capacity to support a variety of devices with the CBS250-8PP-E-2G 8-Port Gigabit PoE+ Compliant Managed Switch from Cisco. This managed rackmount switch features eight PoE+ compliant Gigabit Ethernet ports with a 45W budget to operate compatible devices such as IP security cameras, wireless access points, and VoIP phones. There are also two 1GbE fiber SFP / copper RJ45 combo ports available for high-speed uplink connections. Its extensive Layer 2 and Layer 3 features include link aggregation to create for multi-Gig connections to compatible devices. Its 20 Gb/s switching capacity and 14.88 Mpps forwarding rate help to ensure smooth and reliable data transfers. Use the Cisco Business Dashboard portal and mobile app to configure and monitor the Cisco CBS250-8PP-E-2G and its connected devices. The fanless design also helps to reduce power consumption while allowing the switch to operate silently in the background.

The CBS250-8PP-E-2G is equipped with an 800 MHz ARM processor and 512MB of memory, which work to deliver smooth and reliable data transfers with a 20 Gb/s switching capacity and 14.88 Mpps forwarding rate.
Power Over Ethernet
The 8 PoE+ compliant Gigabit Ethernet ports support up to 30W of power each, with a total budget of 45W to operate advanced surveillance cameras, videophones, thin client devices, and more.
Layer 3 Static Routing
Segment your network into separate workgroups and communicate across VLANs without degrading application performance, which allows you to manage your switch's internal routing and dedicate your router to external traffic and security to help your network run efficiently.
Compact Design
With a sleek and compact, 1 RU design, this switch can fit into wiring closets and other installations within retail stores, offices, and other businesses.
Energy Efficient
Support for the Energy Efficient Ethernet (IEEE 802.3az) standard helps to significantly reduce energy consumption by monitoring the amount of traffic an active link receives and putting it to sleep during down times.

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