TP-Link Managed Network Switch TL-SX3206HPP, Rackmountable

£519.99

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Description

The JetStream 6-Port 10GE L2+ Managed Network Switch with 4-Port PoE++ provides a full 10G lightning-fast connection. It offers high-bandwidth connectivity with ultra-fast 4× 10 Gbps RJ45 ports and 2× 10 Gbps SFP+ slots.

The TP-LINK Switch features PoE++ output with a 200 W power budget. Its four 802.3af/at/bt PoE++ 10G ports, each with up to 60 W PoE output, make it perfect for deploying Omada WiFi 6 and WiFi 6E APs.

The TP-LINK Switch supports a wide range of L2 and L2+ features, including Static Routing, enterprise-level QoS, and IGMP Snooping. These features help route internal traffic more efficiently, making better use of network resources.

The TP-LINK Switch integrates into Omada SDN for centralized cloud access and remote management. It also supports standalone management via web, CLI (Console Port, Telnet, SSH), SNMP, RMON, and Dual Image, offering powerful management capabilities.

The TP-Link TL-SX3206HPP is a fully managed switch with full 10GE RJ45 and fiber ports and 120 Gbps switching capacity. The four 10GE RJ45 ports provide optimal performance with auto-negotiation for 5-speed (100Mbps/1G/2.5G/5G/10G) connections. Two 10GE SFP+ slots offer non-blocking switching performance and ultra-low latency, enabling reliable and lightning-fast connections to servers and other switches.

The switch’s four 10GE RJ45 ports offer 802.3bt PoE++ to provide up to 200 W PoE power budget in total and 60 W for every port. This unlocks the full bandwidth potential of WiFi 6 and WiFi 6E access points and high power PoE devices. PoE (802.3af), PoE+ (802.3at), and PoE++ (802.3bt) are supported, eliminating the need to install new electrical circuits to power your devices.

Omada’s Software Defined Networking (SDN) platform integrates network devices, including access points, switches, and routers, providing 100% centralized cloud management. Omada creates a highly scalable network—all controlled from a single interface. Seamless wireless and wired connections are provided, making it ideal for use in hospitality, education, retail, offices, and more.

The TP-LINK Switch supports a wide range of L2+ and L3 features to help build a highly scalable and robust network, providing a reliable and efficient solution for enterprises, campus, and ISPs.

The switch’s high-quality security features defend against a range of network threats. They include IP-MAC-Port-VID Binding, Port Security, Storm Control, and DHCP Snooping. An integrated list of common DoS attacks is available, making it easier than ever to prevent them. The Access Control Lists (ACL, L2 to L4) restrict access to sensitive network resources by denying packets based on source and destination MAC address, IP address, TCP/UDP ports, or VLAN ID. User access to the network can be controlled through 802.1X authentication to grant access according to the valid user credentials.

The TP-LINK Switch supports a complete lineup of L2+ features. 802.1Q VLAN, Port Mirroring, STP/RSTP/MSTP, Link Aggregation Control Protocol, and 802.3x Flow Control are among the innovative features. Advanced IGMP Snooping ensures the switch intelligently forwards multicast streams to appropriate subscribers and reduces unnecessary traffic. IGMP throttling & filtering restricts subscribers at the port level to prevent unauthorized multicast access. Static Routing segments the network to route traffic efficiently.

Advanced Quality of Service (QoS) ensures voice and video traffic are prioritized based on IP address, MAC address, TCP port number, UDP port number, and more. With QoS, voice and video services remain smooth, even in situations of low bandwidth. user what is the difference between a managed switch and an unmanaged switch assistant’ Managed and unmanaged switches differ in the amount of control and flexibility they offer for network management.

Managed Switches: Managed switches provide the most control over your network. They offer advanced features that allow you to manage, configure, and monitor the traffic on your network. This includes features like VLANs (Virtual Local Area Networks), QoS (Quality of Service), SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol), and more. Managed switches are typically used in larger networks or in situations where you need more control over your network.

Unmanaged Switches: Unmanaged switches, on the other hand, are designed to be plug-and-play. They do not offer the ability to modify settings or control the traffic on your network. These switches are typically used in home networks or small businesses where advanced network management is not required.

In summary, the choice between a managed and unmanaged switch depends on your specific needs. If you need more control and flexibility over your network, a managed switch would be the better choice. If you simply need to connect devices with minimal configuration, an unmanaged switch would suffice.

Rackmountable
Managed
6 Ports
10 Gbps Max RJ45 Transfer Rate
Interfaces
4 x 100/1000/2500/5000/10000 Mbps RJ45 Ports
2 x 10G SFP+ Slots
1 x RJ45 Console Port
1 x Micro-USB Console Port
PoE Ports (RJ45)
Standard: 802.3bt/at/af compliant
PoE+ Ports: 4 Ports, up to 60 W per port
Power Budget: 200 W
120 Gbps Switching Capacity
Power Supply
100-240 V AC~50/60 Hz
Dimensions
(WxDxH) 294 x 180 x 44 mm
Mac Address Table: 32 K
89.28 Mpps Packet Forwarding Rate
Jumbo Frame: 9 KB
Advanced Functions
Support Omada Hardware (OC200/OC300), Software & Cloud-Based Controller
Automatic Device Discovery
Batch Configuration
Batch Firmware Upgrading
Intelligent Network Monitoring
Abnormal Event Warnings
Unified Configuration
Reboot Schedule
ZTP (Zero-Touch Provisioning)
Quality of Service
8 priority queues
802.1p CoS/DSCP priority
Queue scheduling
Bandwidth Control
Smoother Performance
Action for Flows
Layer Features
L2 and L2+:
Link Aggregation
Spanning Tree Protocol
Loopback Detection
Flow Control
Mirroring
L2 Multicast:
IGMP Snooping
IGMP Authentication
MLD Snooping
MVR
Multicast Filtering: 256 profiles and 16 entries per profileL3:
16 IPv4/IPv6 Interfaces
Static Routing
Static ARP
Proxy ARP
Gratuitous ARP
DHCP Server
DHCP Relay
DHCP L2 Relay
VLAN
VLAN Group
802.1Q Tagged VLAN
MAC VLAN: 10 Entries
Protocol VLAN: Protocol Template 16, Protocol VLAN 16
Private VLAN
GVRP
VLAN VPN (QinQ)
Voice VLAN
Access Control
Time-based ACL
MAC ACL
IP ACL
Combined ACL
Packet Content ACL
IPv6 ACL
Policy
ACL apply to Port/VLAN
Security
IP-MAC-Port Binding
IPv6-MAC-Port Binding
DoS Defend
Static/Dynamic Port Security
Broadcast/Multicast/Unicast Storm Control
802.1X
AAA (including TACACS+)
Port Isolation
Secure web management through HTTPS with SSLv3/TLS 1.2
Secure CLI management with SSHv1/SSHv2
IP/Port/MAC based access control
Management
Web-based GUI
CLI through the console port, telnet
SNMP v1/v2c/v3
SDM Template
DHCP/BOOTP Client
802.1ab LLDP/LLDP-MED
DHCP AutoInstall
Dual Image, Dual Configuration
CPU Monitoring
Cable Diagnostics
EEE
Password Recovery
SNTP
System Log
Environment
Operating Temperature: 0–50°C (32–122°F)
Storage Temperature: -40–70°C (-40–158°F)
Operating Humidity: 10–90% RH non-condensing
Storage Humidity: 5–90% RH non-condensing
Package Contents
TL-SX3206HPP Switch
Power Cord
Quick Installation Guide
Rackmount Kit
Rubber Feet
Limited Lifetime Warranty

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