3C17401

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Description

3C17401

3Com® SuperStack® 3 Switch 3800 Family 3812

12-port 10/100/1000 with four SFP (mini-GBIC) ports (SFPs sold separately)

Affordability

Entry-level Layer 2 10/100/1000 LAN switching solution delivers versatile wirespeed Gigabit performance in an affordable, flexible package.

Flexibility

12 or 24 built-in copper Gigabit ports, including four dual-purpose ports supporting copper links or SFP mini-GBIC adapters for easy, flexible connection to fiber-based Gigabit media.

Resiliency

Supports Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol for fast network recovery, and link aggregation of up to eight Gigabit ports for high capacity uplink connections.

Performance

Forwarding rates up to 35.7 million pps (Switch 3824) and switching capacity of 48 Gbps (Switch 3824).

Easy Management

3Com® Network Supervisor configures, maps, and monitors the system and provides custom alerts and reports.

Plug-and-Play Configuration

Tri-speed operation at 10-, 100-, and 1000 Mbps permits easy migration of your network to Gigabit speeds; automatic IP assignment and cable detection as well as auto-negotiation gets the SuperStack® 3 Switch 3812 and SuperStack 3 Switch 3824 up and running quickly for easy out-of-the-box operation.

Key Benefits

The new generation SuperStack 3 Switch 3812 and Switch 3824 offers a fixed configuration 10/100/1000 LAN switch for networks requiring industry-leading switching performance. It combines this high performance with comprehensive functionality and plug-and-play installation—all at a reasonable price. The SuperStack 3 Switch 3812 and Switch 3824 deliver standard Layer 2 10/100/1000 features as well as wirespeed performance. These switches operate straight out of the box, allowing users to be easily added to the network in minutes. These switches includes four dual-purpose ports that can be operated as copper Gigabit 10/100/1000 ports or used with built-in SFP mini-GBIC ports, supporting other Gigabit media types. The device supports advanced resiliency features such as IEEE 802.1w Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol and IEEE 802.3ad Link Aggregation (LACP).