Dell 8132 PowerConnect 10Gb Switch TRJ78by Dell
Dell PowerConnect 8132 Network Switch Description:
The Dell PowerConnect 8132 is a 24 port 10GBASE-T network switch capable of operating each port at speeds up to 10 Gbps (100Mb/1Gb/10Gb). This high speed network switch is upgradeable, and can accept up to 32 ports with the installation of an optional QSFP+/40GbE module to expand the fiber ports of the switch. The Dell PowerConnect 8132 has a built in USB port for local import / export of configuration files and other necessary files. The Dell switch supports standard administrative functions such as broadcast storm control and iSCSI auto-configuration.
Broadcast storm control is provided for keeping your network up and running even in the event of a physical loopback in a network. The Dell PowerConnect 8132 supports DCB requirements including PFC (802.1Qbb) ETS (802.1Qaz), DCBx, and iSCSI TLV 2.2. The switch supports HA stacking up to 6 Dell 8100 series network switches. A Total Switch Fabric Capacity up to 840 Gbps is built in, and the switch supports a forwarding rate of up to 960 Mpps, and can store up to 128,000 MAC addresses. The PowerConnect 8132 supports 9 MB of packet buffer memory.
The Dell PowerConnect 8132 supports Layer 3 routing protocols. As a layer 3 switch, the switch can support up to 512 IPv4 or 256 IPv6 static routes. The Dell switch supports Routing Information Protocol (RIP) v1 and v2. Additional enterprise features supported are Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) v1/v2/v3, and Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR). The Dell PowerConnect 8132 also supports Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) and ICMP Router Discover Protocol (IRDP).
Dell PowerConnect 8132 Features:
- 24 Ports
- Port Speed: 10 Gb
- Up to 32 Ports With Optional QSFP+ Modules
- Supports Stacking Up to 6 Switches
- 512 IPv4 / 256 IPv6 Static Routes
- 840 Gbps Total Switch Fabric Capacity
- Stores Up to 128,000 MAC Addresses
- Dell PowerConnect 8132 Switch TRJ78
- Single Power Supply
- OPTIONAL: Redundant Power Supply
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