COMMANDO Soldier E2000 Series Switches are fully managed, PoE/PoE+ IEEE 802.3af/at compliant Gigabit Ethernet L2+ switches with network resiliency and high availability, delivering robust performance and intelligent switching for growing networks. This series switches are easy to deploy, use, manage and designed exclusively for the networking needs of growing businesses. The security features equipped with today’s advance networking hardware and software technology. This Series switches can be deployed in harsh environments to deliver hassle free mission-critical network services and surveillance requirements.
COMMANDO Soldier E2000 Series Switches are fixed configuration, with flexible Fiber and/or Gigabit Ethernet Uplink options that provide enterprise-class access for campus and branch applications. Designed for the digital workplace, these are optimized for today’s mobile and IoT needs. These switches are powerful and flexible enough for users to deploy wireless access points, surveillance cameras, IP phones and other PoE supported devices over longer distances up to 250 meters. It is available in Desktop as well as Rack/Wall mounting casing. These fully managed switches can provide advanced Layer 2 and basic Layer 3 features as well as supports IEEE 802.3af-compliant PoE (Power over Ethernet) and 802.3at-compliant PoE+ (Power over Ethernet plus). Each switchport is capable to deliver 15.4W PoE or 30W PoE+ power on all ports along with automated power (ON/OFF) scheduling. All Switches are PoE/PoE+ capable to provide power across all access ports for wireless APs, security cameras, and other IoT devices. Designed for operational simplicity to lower total cost of ownership, they enable scalable, secure, and energy-efficient business operations with intelligent and automated services.
It provides a convenient and cost-efficient wired access rack and wall mountable solution that can be quickly set up with Zero Touch Provisioning. These switches deliver enhanced application, visibility, network reliability, network resiliency and high availability.
It has wire-speed back haul bandwidth capacity with flexible 1 Gigabit Ethernet copper/Fiber uplinks. This series also offers robust QoS to optimize traffic on your business network, these switches provide (Port-based/802.1p/DSCP) QoS to keep latency-sensitive video and voice traffic jitter-free moving smoothly. Additionally, Port-based, Tag-based VLAN, Voice VLANs, Surveillance VLAN can improve QoS and enhance security to meet network requirements. This series switches also have provisioning of QoS, Static routing, IPV6 features, multicasting, and Security. Moreover, with its innovative energy-efficient technology, can save up to 58% of power consumption, making it an Eco-friendly perfect solution for your business network.
COMMANDO Soldier E2000 Series Switches contain 8, 16 and 24 Gigabit Ethernet PoE/PoE+ models as well as non-PoE models along with flexible 2 or 4 Giga Ethernet Copper-based or Fiber Ports Uplinks (up to 8 Giga uplink ports). All switches COMMANDO Soldier E2000 Series Switches contains 8, 16 & 24 Gigabit Ethernet PoE/PoE+ models have up to 30W (PoE/PoE+) Per Port power budget and this series switches have total power budget range from 150W, 260W & 450W to meet enhance PoE/PoE+ requirement of IP Phone/AP/LWAP/Wi-Fi Access Point and any other PoE (PoE+) enabled devices. This series offers various layer 2 Ethernet functions (VLAN, QoS, MAC ACL, Port Security, IPv6, LACP, port mirroring, GVRP and many more). These Gigabit Ethernet switch enables home and office users to easily connect and supply power to Power over Ethernet (PoE) devices such as wireless access points (APs), IP cameras, and IP phones. It also provides the opportunity to add additional Ethernet devices like computers, printers, and Network Attached Storage (NAS) onto a network. This compact PoE switch operates quietly, making it ideal for use in virtually any room or office.
Multiple IPv4 DHCP pools with Inbuild DHCP server can be set. DHCP pools and interface for individual VLANs. It also supports IPv4/ IPv6 DHCP Client, IPv4/ IPv6 DHCP Relay Option 82, IPv4/ IPv6 DHCP Snooping.
It automates the PoE/PoE+ requirements in networks on per port basis. Advanced per port PoE/PoE+ controls for remote power management to automate ON/OFF of PoE/PoE+ capable devices on particular specified timing per port basis with auto ON/OFF PoE/PoE+ as per Scheduled time which makes them intelligent.
It can be configured with one image is set as start-up image, and the other is set as the backup image. After you upgrade a firmware, the switch will automatically map the firmware file to the backup image.
This ensures high availability which is used to protect a system from specific software or hardware failures that may cause the system to stop responding and self-recover from hanged state.
This series is having L3 features with Ipv4/IPv6 with 512 static routing entries, QoS, ACLs( Port based/ IP based/ MAC Based), DHCP Server and Client, DHCP Snooping, DHCP Snooping option82, DHCP Relay.
This series is having advance L2+/L2 features like Port aggregation up to 8 ports, VLAN, Voice VLAN, GVRP, 802.1X authentication, centralized MAC authentication, Guest VLAN, RADIUS authentication, SSH 2.0, Port isolation, Port security, MAC address learning limit, IP Source guard, Dynamic ARP inspection, Preventing man-in-the-middle attacks and ARP DoS attacks, IP/Port/MAC binding. Flexible Software features provides wide range of Layer 2 functions like VLAN, Multicasting, Quality of Service (QoS), Security.
IEEE 802.1X port-based access control with surveillance VLAN, Port Security, Protected Port which also Prevent ARP Spoofing. L4/L3/L2 access control lists (ACLs) for granular network access control including 802.1x port authentication. ACL, L4 to L2 feature restricts access to sensitive network resources. DHCP Snooping ensures IP address allocation integrity by only allowing DHCP messages from trusted DHCP servers and dropping malformed DHCP messages with a port or MAC address mismatch. With DHCP Snooping binding and option82 enabled, it can combine dot1x and ARP. IP-MAC-Port-VID Binding, Port Security, Storm control which protect against broadcast storms. The switches support ARP attack and DoS attack prevention to safeguard the network.
IGMP Snooping (v1,v2,v3), Multicast Listener Discovery (MLD) (v1/v2), Multicast VLAN Registration (MVR) designed for distribution of multicast traffic across segregated access networks which enables more efficient distribution of multicast streams in Layer 2 network.
Advanced QoS (Quality of Service) for traffic prioritization including port based, 802.1p and L4/L3/L2 DSCP based. L4/L3/L2 QoS optimize voice and video applications. Access Control List based, VLAN ID based IP precedence, COS and DSCP. Policy Based on Port & VLAN, Remark DSCP, COS/ 802.1p, Precedence, COS for SP, WRR for Scheduling and matching the IP fragmentation of message.
With familiar and popular Command Line interface (CLI), there is no need for engineers to be hired or additional resources to be spent on training and/or learning the switch CLI. The command set are familiar and well known in the industry. Web Graphical User Interface (Web GUI), Command Line interface (CLI), RADIUS/TACACS+ with industry standard CLI and easy to use Web GUI. Management is made easy via a Web GUI or industry-standard Command Line Interface (CLI), with administration traffic protected via SSL or SSH encryption. SNMP (v1/v2c/v3) and RMON support enables the switch to be polled for valuable status information and allows it to send traps when abnormal events occur.
SoldierOS Software license and Upgrades are free for lifetime. Users do not have to worry about switch license expiring and software getting outdated (which is constant concern and worry of few other brands). This series has improved HTTP base firmware upgrade as well as CLI based upgrades which are freely available to all users without any cost or license fee for lifetime. COMMANDO Soldier C2000 Series Switches are easy to install, configure, monitor, and troubleshoot. It significantly reduces cost of administration and Total Cost of Ownership (TCO).
Auto sensing/Auto PoE/PoE+ 10/100/1000 ports with auto MDIX capabilities which also removes speed and duplex mismatches automatically as well as covers larger physical distance with copper pairs compared to other brands best switches .
With various ACLs to flexibly control ports. It also supports Port-based VLAN assignment, MAC address-based VLAN assignment, Protocol-based VLAN assignment, and Network segment-based VLAN assignment. These secure and flexible VLAN assignment modes are used in networks where users move frequently. It also supports GARP VLAN Registration Protocol (GVRP), which dynamically distributes, registers, and propagates VLAN attributes to ensure correct VLAN configuration and reduce network administrator workloads. This series switches supports SSH v1/v2/v3, RMON, port-based traffic statistics, LLDP/LLDP-MED.
The switches provide additional deployment flexibility, fiber connectivity as well as combo options for easy expansion of your networks. So, you can directly connect to a high-performance storage server or deploy a long-distance uplink to another switch.
These are the ideal solution for the most advanced small and medium organizations looking for the best combination of features, performance, and value. These switches are purposely designed for converged networks where voice, video, data are all carried on a single network platform. This series comes with fan/fanless switches models along with Small form-factor, fan/fanless design for silent operation. Perfect for noise sensitive environments. Fan based Switches have Temperature- and load-based fan-speed control combines accurate monitoring with minimized system acoustic noise. The Fan based switches also feature built-in smart fans that monitor and detect temperature changes, adjusting the fan speed for maximum efficiency. At lower temperatures, the fans run at a lower speed, reducing both the power consumption and noise output of the switch.
Cost efficient switches, with a reasonable PoE/PoE+ power budget up to 450W along with PoE/PoE+ configurable scheduler to automated Power ON/OFF connected PoE/PoE+ devices as per scheduled timing with Cost of ownership is less compared to other products of same features as well as zero maintenance. Maximum power reduction for ongoing operation cost savings.
Ping, Traceroute, SNMP, RMON, Web based real time Switch ports monitoring with WEBUI and CLI can easily troubleshoot any problem in network with various show and debug commands.
State of art quality switches that can serve real time high-speed performance which covers longer physical distance up to 250 meters with copper pairs compared to other brands.
The switches come with up to Three-year extended warranty.
The COMMANDO SoldierOS IP Base switches provides advanced L2 switching and security features along with ACLs (MAC/IP/Port) based IPV4 and IPV6, L4/L3/L2 QoS , Static Routing up to 512 static route entries, Spanning Tree Protocol (IEEE802.1D STP , IEEE802.1w RSTP, IEEE802.1s MSTP) SNMP v1/v2c/v3, IGMP and MLD snooping, QinQ and selective QinQ, VLAN mapping, Voice VLAN, GVRP, Advanced multicast filtering, and IGMP snooping that optimize voice and video applications, DHCP Server, DHCP Client, DHCP Snooping, DHCP Snooping option82, DHCP Relay, RADIUS/TACACS+ authentication, SSH 2.0, Port isolation, Port security, MAC address learning limit, IP Source guard, Dynamic ARP inspection, preventing man-in-the-middle attacks and ARP DoS attacks, IP/Port/MAC binding.
Management is made easy via a web-based Graphical User Interface (GUI) access via HTTP/HTTPS or industry-standard Command Line Interface (CLI) via Console/Telnet with administration traffic protected via SSL or SSH encryption. This CLI is well known and understood by all professionals in networking field. SNMP (v1/v2c/v3) and RMON support enables the switch to be polled for valuable status information and allows it to send traps when abnormal events occur.
It provides a complete set of security features including L4/L3/L2 multi-layer Access Control Lists and 802.1x user authentication via TACACS+ and RADIUS servers. This ensures the network is protected from unauthorized access. It also offers extensive VLAN support including GVRP and 802.1Q VLAN to enhance security and performance. A robust set of L4/L3/L2 based QoS/CoS solutions help ensure that critical network services such as VoIP and video conferencing are served with priority. Bandwidth Control can be flexibly set for each port using predefined thresholds to assure a committed level of service for end users. For advanced applications, flow-based bandwidth control allows easy fine-tuning of service types based on specific IPV4/IPV6 addresses or protocols that provides Security, Performance & Availability.
Access control lists (ACLs) perform operation of filtering (IPv4/IPv6) Packet/MAC/port-based filtering to control the movement of segments/packets/frames through a network. ACL filtering provides security by limiting the access of traffic into a network, restricting user and device access to a network, and preventing traffic from leaving a network. Time range-based ACL, VLAN-based ACL, Bidirectional ACL. Packet filtering at Layer 4 through layer 2 Traffic classification based on source IPv4/IPv6 addresses and source MAC addresses, destination MAC addresses.
L4/L3/L2 Quality of service (QoS) refers to any technology that manages data traffic to reduce packet loss, latency, and jitter on the network. QoS controls and manages network resources by setting priorities for specific types of data on the network.
Static routing is a form of routing that occurs when these switches uses a manually configured 512 IPV4 static routing entries . Static routing has three primary uses:
It provides GUI based PoE/PoE+ scheduling Premium feature. PoE/PoE+ Scheduling is a feature which allows you to specify the amount of time that power is delivered to a PoE/PoE+ port automatically. This can be used to save power when devices are not in use, or as a security feature to prevent wireless access from being available outside of business hours. It is possible to set a schedule PoE/PoE+ at a start time, an end time and which ports the PoE/PoE+ schedule applies to. The PoE/PoE+ device turn ON and OFF as per the PoE/PoE+ schedule time.
|Ethernet Protocols(IEEE )||L2 Switching Features||Quality of Service (QoS)||Security||Management|
|• 802.3i, • 802.3u, • 802.3ab, • 802.3z, • 802.3av, • 802.3ad, • 802.3x, • 802.1p, • 802.1q, • 802.1v, • 802.1d, • 802.1s, • 802.1w, • 802.1x, • 802.3x||• Link Aggregation, • LACP, • Spanning Tree Protocols, • Multicasting, • VLANs, • ACL, • Voice VLAN, • GVRP, • Port isolation, Port security, • MAC address learning limit, • DHCP Server, • IP Source guard, • Dynamic ARP inspection, • IP /Port/MAC binding||• L2,L3,L4, • ingress/Egress||• Access Control List (ACL), • 802.1x authentication AAA / RADIUS/TACACS+||• Web GUI management mode, • Support Command Line Interface(CLI) through console port, • telnet, • SNMP v1/v2c/v3 and RMON|
|MAC Table entries||8000|
|Multicast IGMP Group||16|
|Multiple User Account||8|
|Aggregation Trunks/Ports Per Trunk||8/8|
|• IEEE Standards||• IEEE 802.3x( Full Duplex), • Back-Pressure (Half-duplex), • IEEE 802.3,IEEE 802.3u, • IEEE 802.3ab, • IEEE 802.3z, • IEEE 802.3ad, • IEEE 802.3q, • IEEE 802.3q/p, • IEEE 802.1w, • IEEE 802.1d, • IEEE 802.1S|
|MAC Address||• 8000 MAC addresses table entries, • Jumbo Frame 10000 bytes, with automatic MAC address learning and aging|
|Energy Efficient Ethernet||EEE (802.3az)|
|VLAN||• Up to 4094 VLAN, • Port-based VLAN up to 8 groups, • IEEE 802.1Q Tagged-based, • MAC-based VLAN up to 256, • Voice VLAN static up to 256, • QoS for each Voice VLAN Data, • Voice VLAN OUI Mode (Auto/Manual) maximum 16 OUI, • Multicast VLAN Registration (MVR) IPV4 Based|
|Surveillance VLAN||OUI Mode (Auto/Manual) maximum 16 OUI|
|Stacked VLAN||QinQ (IEEE 802.1ad)|
|GARP VLAN Registration Protocol (GVRP)||GVRP As per IEEE 802.1Q specification|
|Spanning Tree||• IEEE 802.1D (STP) , • IEEE 802.1w (RSTP), • IEEE 802.1s (MSTP) maximum 16 instances, • Auto Edge Port , • BPDU Filtering , • BPDU Guard, • Self Loop Detection, • UDLD|
|Link Aggregation||• IEEE 802.3ad LACP, • Max 8 Aggregation Groups trunk, • Maximum 8 ports per Trunk, • Static Trunk Aggregation and Dynamic Aggregation, • Traffic Load Balancing|
|Port Mirror||Many-to-one port mirroring|
|Port flow control||• Half duplex based back pressure control, • Full duplex based on PAUSE frames|
|Line Rate||Support Port based Input / Output Bandwidth Management|
|IP Binding||Support Static ARP|
|DHCP||DHCP Server, DHCP Client mode|
|DNS||DNS Client mode|
|Static Routing||Support Static routing|
|IGMP Snooping||• IGMP v1/v2, • IGMP v3 Basic (BISS), • IGMP v2/v3 Querier|
|MLD Snooping||MLD v1/v2|
|IPv6||• IPv6 Host - Auto Something is wronguration, Static IPv6 Address and Prefix Length, • Static IPv6 Default Gateway,IPv6 Neighbor Discovery (ND), • IPv6 Duplicate Address Detection,ICMPv6, • IPv6 Application Supported-HTTP/HTTPS,TELNET,SSH, • SNMP,TFTP,Syslog,PING,DHCPv6|
|Multicast||• Multicast Groups up to 256, • Immediate Leave, • Static/Forbidden Router Port, • Static/Forbidden Forward Port, • Filtering up to 256 profiles, • Throttling|
|Storm suppression||• Storm Control Broadcast, • Unknown Multicast, • Unknown Unicast , • Storm Suppression of Broadcast type, • Storm suppression based on bandwidth tuning and storm filtering|
|Access Control List (ACL)||• Access Rules Maximum 1500, • ACL Type-L2/L3/L4 , • ACL IPv4-based Up to 1500, • ACL IPv6-based|
|Security||• AAA (Authentication, Authorization and Accounting), • TACACS+ (Terminal Access Controller Access Control Server), • Maximum up to 8 servers., • RADIUS (Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service), • Maximum up to 8 servers., • Authentication Manager - IEEE 802.1X, MAC Auth, Web Auth, • Guest VLAN, Port-based,Host-based., • Port Security Using Dynamic Lock maximum 256, • Protected Port (Port Isolation), • Black Hole MAC , • CPU Defense Engine , • DoS Prevention, • DHCP Snooping (with Option 82) , • Dynamic ARP Inspection , • IP Source Guard maximum 256, • IP/MAC/Port Binding (IMPB)|
|QoS Features||• 802.1p port queue priority algorithm, • Teams that support 4 different priorities per port, • Queue Scheduling- WRR, WFQ, Strict Priority, • Hybrid (WRR+SP or WFQ+SP), • WRR (Weighted Round Robin) Weighted priority rotation, • Algorithm, WRR,SP,WFQ,3 priority scheduling models, • Class of Service- Port-based, 802.1p, IP TOS Precedence, • IP DSCP,trusted QoS, • Support based on port,MAC,802.1Q, • DSCP classification , • Rate Limit - Port-based (Ingress/Egress)|
|Account Manager||• Local Authentication, • Multiple User Account Up to 8, • Multilevel Security, • Password Recovery Procedures|
|System maintenance||• Upgrade firmware feature via TFTP/FTP/HTTP., • Support Upload/Download Something is wronguration files, through Web Support, • Multi-user management, • Web GUI / CLI based Restore Factory Something is wronguration|
|Line Management||• Console, • Telnet (RFC854) , • SSH v1/v2|
|Management and Maintenance||• Management by CLI - Console, Telnet (RFC854) up to 3 Something is wrongs, • Management by Web GUI - HTTP, HTTPS, • Management Based on Remote Something is wronguration and Maintenance Using Telnet, • SNMP V1/V2C/V3, • SSH V1/V2, • RMON V1/V2 Software Reset to default setting|
|Management Access||• Management VLAN, • Management ACL Up to 256|
|File Management||• Firmware Upgrade/Backup , • Dual Images, • Something is wronguration Download/Backup , • Multiple Something is wrongurations , • Upload/Download using TFTP (RFC783) , • HTTP (Hyper Text Transfer Protocol), • UART (Universal Asynchronous Receiver/Transmitter)|
|Time Management||• Locally using sync with PC option., • NTP (Network Time Protocol)|
|Port Management||• Friendly Port Name (Port Description), • Error Disabled Recovery|
|Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)||• Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)- SSLv2, • SSLv3, • Transport Layer Security (TLS)- TLSv1|
|Neighbor Discovery||• IEEE 802.1AB Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP), • ANSI/TIA-1057 LLDP Media Endpoint Discovery (LLDP-MED)|
|Remote Monitoring Management||RMON Up to 32 entries / type|
|MIB||• RFC1213 MIBII (System & Interface groups) , • RFC2819 RMON I (1,2,3, & 9 groups) , • RFC1215 Generic Traps , • RFC1493 Bridge , • RFC2674 Bridge MIB Extensions , • RFC2737 Entity , • RFC3635 Ethernet-Like , • RFC2863 Interface Group , • SNMP-Community-MIB , NMPv3|
|Diagnostics||• Mirroring, • Port-based (Many to One) Up to 32 entries / type, • Syslog (RFC3164) with Local RAM, • Local Flash, • Remote Server up to maximum 8., • System Diagnostics with CPU Utilization, • Memory Utilization, • Port Utilization, • Port Diagnostics with Cable Test, • Fiber Module Status, • Network Diagnostics with Ping Test, • Traceroute|
By default, RSTP used for all COMMANDO SoldierOS the maximum age (20 seconds) and forward delay (15 seconds), it takes 50 seconds for the device to converge. RSTP converges faster because it uses a handshake mechanism based on point-to-point links instead of the timer-based process used by STP.
IP multicast snooping and IGMP automatically prevent flooding of IP multicast traffic.
IEEE 802.1AB Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP) facilitates easy mapping using network management applications with LLDP automated device discovery protocol
LLDP-MED (Media Endpoint Discovery) defines a standard extension of LLDP that stores values for parameters such as QoS and VLAN to configure automatically network devices such as IP phones.
STP/RSTP/MSTP for loop free network, IEEE 802.1s Multiple Spanning Tree provides high link availability by allowing multiple spanning trees; provides legacy support for IEEE 802.1d and IEEE 802.1w
IEEE 802.3ad Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LACP) and port trunking support up to 8 static, dynamic, or distributed trunks with each trunk having up to eight links (ports) per static trunk. Lag links provides easy-to-configure link redundancy of active and standby links.
The AAA feature allows you to verify the identity of, grant access to, and track the actions of users . The COMMANDO Soldier E2000 Series Switches support Remote Access Dial-In User Service (RADIUS) or Terminal Access Controller Access-Control System Plus (TACACS+) protocols.
Based on the user ID and password combination that you provide, the COMMANDO Soldier E2000 Series Switches perform local authentication or authorization using the local database or remote authentication or authorization using one or more AAA servers. A pre-shared secret key provides security for communication between the COMMANDO Soldier E2000 Series Switches and AAA servers. You can configure a common secret key for all AAA servers or for only a specific AAA server.
COMMANDO Soldier E2000 Series Switches Multiple user authentication methods
COMMANDO SoldierOS offers Network Monitoring for users to observe traffic behavior with Port Mirroring, Loop Prevention and DHCP snooping features, can identify and even locate connection problems on your business network.
|Model||Max Power Budget (Watt)||Total physical slots (Ports) on device|
The COMMANDO Soldier E2000 Series Switches models are available with 8, 16, and 24 PoE/PoE+ Gigabit Ethernet ports of auto-sensing IEEE 802.3af/at. By default, the switches automatically detect IEEE 802.3af/at/bt devices so they automatically receive PoE/PoE+/PoE++ power.
|LED Indication on Switch||LED Status|
|Power||• Green OFF: No power on the switch, • Green ON: The switch powered on|
|Link/Act||• LINK/ACT bi-color LED:, • OFF: Port disconnected or link fail, • Green ON: 1000Mbps connected., • mber ON: 10/100Mbps connected., • Green Flashing: 1000Mbps connected and Data in transit, • Amber Flashing: 10/100Mbps connected and Data in transit|
|System||• Green OFF: The system is starting please wait, • Green ON: The system is up and running|
|PoE||• OFF: PoE/PoE+ power is not provided on port, • Blue ON: PoE/PoE+ power is provided on port|
|PoE MAX||• PoE MAX OFF: PoE Power budget is available in switch, • Red ON: PoE Power budget is 95%|
Ideally, shorter cables would use less power because of less power degradation over their length This is not the case with most devices as they will use the same amount of power across the cable regardless of whether it is 10 or 100 meters in length. These switches analyze the length of the Ethernet cable connected and adjusts the power usage accordingly, rather than keeping the power consumption in a conventional solution.
|Connection Cable Type||Category and Speed||Maximum Cable Distance Supported|
|Unshielded Twisted Pair cable||• 10/100Base-TX:UTP category 5/5e/6 cables ( Maximum 100m), • 1000Base-T:UTP Category 5/5e/6 cable ( Maximum 100m )||100M|
|Shielded Twisted Pair cable||• 10/100Base-TX:STP category 5/5e/6 cables (Maximum 250m), • 1000Base-T:UTP Category 5/5e/6 cable ( Maximum 100m )||100M|
|Optical Fiber Cable||550M~120KM Depending on SFP||120KM|
COMMANDO Soldier E2000 Series Switches has 4.1 Mbit SRAM Packet Buffer memory with Packet length of 10K bytes . L2 MAC Function with 8K entries for MAC address learning with the 4-way hash L2 table and searching with two hash algorithms. Independent 512 entry L2/IP Multicast table for multicast function, 2-hash algorithm selection for L2 table searching/learning. Aging timer ranges from 0.2s to 1600000s. It has a 4K-entry VLAN table and provides a 64-entry filtering database for 802.1Q port-based, protocol- and-port-based, 802.1Q-based, IP-subnet-based, and ACL Rules-based VLAN operation to separate logical connectivity from physical connectivity with IVL (Independent VLAN Learning), SVL (Shared VLAN Learning), and IVL/SVL (both Independent and Shared VLAN Learning) for flexible network topology architecture. The mode used depends on the FID (Filtering Identifier) setting. It also has a 1.5K Access Control List (ACL) that parses various protocol packet types and performs configurable actions, e.g., Permit/Drop, redirect, and traffic policing.
It has per-port ingress/egress bandwidth control and per- queue egress bandwidth control. It has 8 physical queues in each port. It also has three types of packet scheduling, SP (Strict Priority), WFQ (Weighted Fair Queuing), and WRR (Weighted Round Robin). Each queue provides a leaky bucket (LB) to shape the incoming traffic into the average rate behavior. Port-based 802.1X and MAC-based 802.1X authentication prevent unauthorized users. It also has port isolation to enhance port security.
It has 4-set port mirror configuration to mirror ingress and egress traffic for network management purposes, complete MIB counter support reflects the switch status in real time. Link aggregation static and dynamic to increase link redundancy and increase linear bandwidth.
It supports VLAN Function with IVL, SVL, and IVL/SVL, IEEE 802.1Q VLAN with 4K-entry VLAN Table, Port-based VLAN, Port-and-protocol-based VLAN, ACL-based VLAN. Limited learned L2 MAC entry on each port and each VLAN. Supports flexible Q-in-Q and VLAN Tag function.
It supports up to 64 spanning tree instances for MSTP (IEEE 802.1s), RSTP, and STP with Automatic loop detection and isolation (RLPP/RLDP). L3 Unicast Routing with 512 next hop MAC. IEEE 802.3az Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE). IGMPv1/2/3 and MLDv1/2 snooping. It also Supports Reserved Multicast Addresses processing and L2 Miscellaneous Functions like Supports broadcast, multicast, unknown- multicast, and unknown-unicast packet suppression control, IEEE 802.1x, Port Mirroring with 4-sets of port mirrors, Flow-based mirror function, RSPAN function for remote mirroring.
It supports Link Aggregation (IEEE 802.3ad) for 8 groups of link aggregators with up to 8 ports per-group, Port isolation function to enhance port security. It also has Attack Prevention, Land attack, Blat attack, TCP control flag attack, Ping attack, Packet length attack.
It supports Access Control List (ACL) Function with 1.5K-entry for ingress and egress ACL table and L4/L3/L2 format (e.g., DMAC, SMAC, and Ether-Type), IPv6 Parsing and Per-flow traffic policing with 16-entry VID range checking. It also supports 8-entry IPv4 or 2-entry IPv6 range checking. 256 leaky buckets for flow traffic policing.
It supports QoS Functions with 8 physical queues per port, Strict Priority (SP) and Weighted Fair Queue (WFQ), Weighted Round Robin (WRR) packet scheduling, QoS remarking for 802.1p and DSCP (includes IPv4/IPv6) also Supports average packet rate control leaky bucket per queue, in 16Kbps steps up to 1Gbps maximum. Ingress port bandwidth control, in 16Kbps steps up to 1Gbps maximum. Egress port bandwidth control, in 16Kbps steps up to 1Gbps maximum.
It supports MIB Functions with 256 32-bit packet-based or 1K 64-bit byte-based log counters to enhance MIB counter log counters to enhance MIB count functionality . It also supports Ethernet-like MIB (RFC 3635), Interface Group MIB (RFC 2863), RMON (RFC 2819), Bridge MIB (RFC 1493), Bridge MIB Extension (RFC 2674).
It has Hardware watchdog support which guard against certain types of system hangs. Watchdog timer is used to escape from if something goes wrong. Based on the situation, the Switches can automatically reset itself, or recover from the failure and generate an error message in the console logs. Long life electrolytic capacitance. High Quality PCB Circuit Board and PCB Surface Treatment Using Gold Sinking Process. Rack mount design, Mounts in an EIA-standard 19-inch telco rack or equipment cabinet (Rack-mounting kit available); horizontal surface mounting; wall mounting with durable robust metal body. Bilateral heat dissipation. Power and ports status/ activity indicator LED lights. RJ45 Gold plated with 3U thickness.
It also supports has IEEE 802.3az Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE) for 100Base-TX in full duplex operation and supports 10Base-Te for 10Base-T in full/half duplex. The Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE) operational mode combines the IEEE 802.3 Media Access Control (MAC) Sub-layer with a family of Physical Layers defined to support operation in Low Power Idle (LPI) Mode. When Low Power Idle Mode is enabled, systems on both sides of the link can disable portions of the functionality and save power during periods of low link utilization. 10Mbps PHY with reduced transmit amplitude requirements in EEE operational mode. This new PHY is fully interoperable with legacy 10Base-T PHYs over 100m of Class-D (Category 5) or better cabling.
|Hardware Parameter||Hardware Specification|
|CPU Frequency||Dual Core 500 MHz|
|CPU Memory DRAM (GB)||1GB|
|Packet Buffer memory||4.1MB|
|Fixed Ports||• 8/16/24 * 10/100/1000 Base-T all ports,(POE/POE+) capable, • 2/4 Separate or Combo Copper/SFP ports|
|PoE standards supported||IEEE802.3af/IEEE802.3at power on all fixed ports|
|Maximum Fan Quantity||1|
|Enclosure Type (Rack-mountable)||Desktop/Rack/Wall-mountable - 1U|
|Max PoE+ Output Power (single port)||30W|
|Total Power Consumption||24W~450W|
|PoE Pin-out||1/2(+),3/6(-); Customized 4/5(+),7/8(-)|
|Forwarding Mode||Store and forward|
|MAC Address Table Size||• 8000 entries, • Support auto-update, • two-way learning|
|Jumbo frames( Bytes)||10000|
|Maximum packet length||10000bytes|
|Total number of IPv4 routes (ARP plus learned routes)||512|
|Forwarding Rate||• 10M : 14880 pps/port, • 100M : 148809 pps/port, • 1000M : 1488095 pps/port|
|Operation Temperature||0°C to 55°C|
|Storage Temperature||-20° to 70°C|
|Operating Humidity (relative, noncondensing)||10% to 90% (Non-condensing)|
|Input Power Supply||• 100~240V AC, • 50/60Hz|
|LED Indicator||• Power, • System, Link/Act, • PoE, • PoE MAX|
|Energy Saving||EEE Compliant with IEEE802.3az|
|Standards and Protocols||• IEEE 802.3af, Power Over Ethernet, • IEEE 802.3at, Power Over Ethernet Plus, • IEEE 802.3u,100BASE-TX, • IEEE 802.3ab,1000 BASE-T, • IEEE 802.3z,1000 BASE-X, • IEEE 802.3ad, Static or Dynamic Link Aggregation, • IEEE 802.3x, Full-Duplex Flow Control, • IEEE 802.3az, EEE (Energy Efficient Ethernet), • IEEE 802.1q, VLAN, • IEEE 802.1p, QoS/CoS, • IEEE 802.1d, STP (Spanning Tree Protocol), • IEEE 802.1w, Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol|
|VLAN||• Port-based VLANs, • 4094-entry VLAN Table, • VLANs based on IEEE 802.1q|
|Spanning Tree||• Support Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (Default Setting), • Support Spanning Tree Protocol, • Support Multiple spanning Tree|
|Link Aggregation||• Support 8 aggregation groups, and a maximum of 8 ports in each aggregation group, • Static aggregation and LACP|
|Port Mirroring||• Support bi-direction port mirroring, • RSPAN function for remote mirroring|
|Port Isolation||Isolation between downlink ports without influence the communication between downlink and uplink ports|
|Port Flow Control||• Back-pressure traffic control under Half-Duplex mode, • IEEE 802.3x traffic control under Full-Duplex mode|
|Port Rate Restriction||Port-based ingress or egress rate limiting|
|DHCP||• DHCP Server, • DHCP Client mode, • DHCP Snooping|
|Storm Suppression||Support the suppression of broadcast storm based on forwarding rate|
|Multicast Control||Support IGMPv1/2/3 and MLDv1/2 Snooping;|
|Security||• Attack Prevention(Land attack/Blat attack/Ping attack/TCP control flag attack), • MAC & Port based Security, • IP,MAC,Port based ACL,VLAN ACL, • ARP binding, • TCP/UDP port-based Security|
|QoS||• 802.1p(Port Queuing Priority), • WRR (Weighted Round Robin), • Cos/Tos, QoS|
|PoE||• PoE /PoE+( IEEE 802.3af/IEEE 802.3at), • Intelligent restart for PoE Scheduling, • Timed restart as per Scheduled time|
|Physic Medium||• 10/100Base-TX:UTP category 5/5e/6 cables (Maximum 100m), • 1000Base-T:UTP Category 5/5e/6 cable (Maximum 100m), • 1000Base-SX:fiber with 850nm wavelength, supports a max transmission distance of 550m, • 1000Base-LX:fiber with 1310nm / 1550nm wavelength, supports a max transmission distance of 40km, • 1000Base-LX:fiber with 1490nm / 1550nm wavelength, supports a max transmission distance of 120km|
|Network Cable Deployment||• Support Auto-MDIX function, automatically identify straight forward cable and cross-over cable|
|Negotiation Pattern||Support port auto-negotiation function (automatically negotiate transmission rate and Duplex modes)|
|Maintenance||• Detect the connectivity of network cables, • Uploading or downloading of the configuration data|
|Management||• Uploading of firmware upgrade patch, • Support system logs, • Web based reset to factory defaults, • Web based management, • CLI Management (Command Line Interface), • Telnet, • SNMP|
|SR #||PRODUCT CODE||Enclosure Type||Ports||Main Interface||Uplink Interfaces||Fan (Number)|
|1||E2000-8G+2SFP||Desktop, Rack/Wall mountable||• 8 * 10/100/1000M ports, • 2 * 1G SFP Uplink slots||8 GE||2 SFP||Fanless|
|2||E2000-16G+2SFP||Rack/Wall mountable - 1U||• 16 * 10/100/1000M ports, • 2 * 1G SFP Uplink slots||16 GE||2 SFP||Fanless|
|3||E2000-24G+2SFP||Rack/Wall mountable - 1U||• 24 * 10/100/1000M ports, • 2 * 1G SFP Uplink slots||24 GE||2 SFP||1|
|4||E2000-8GP+2SFP||Desktop, Rack/Wall mountable||• 8 * 10/100/1000M PoE+ ports, • 2 * 1G SFP Uplink slots||8 GE||2 SFP||Fanless|
|5||E2000-8GP+4CF||Desktop, Rack/Wall mountable||• 8 * 10/100/1000M PoE+ ports, • 2 * 1G SFP Uplink slots||8 GE||2 GE and 2 SFP||Fanless|
|6||E2000-16GP+2GE||Rack/Wall mountable - 1U||• 16 * 10/100/1000M PoE+ ports, • 2 * 10/100/1000M Uplink slots||16 GE||2 GE||Fanless|
|7||E2000-16GP+2SFP||Rack/Wall mountable - 1U||• 16 * 10/100/1000M PoE+ ports, • 2 * 1G SFP Uplink slots||16 GE||2 SFP||Fanless|
|8||E2000-16GP+4GE||Rack/Wall mountable - 1U||• 16 * 10/100/1000M PoE+ ports, • 4 * 10/100/1000M Uplink slots||16 GE||4 GE||Fanless|
|9||E2000-16GP+4SFP||Rack/Wall mountable - 1U||• 16 * 10/100/1000M PoE+ ports, • 4 * 1G SFP Uplink slots||16 GE||4 SFP||Fanless|
|10||E2000-16GP+4CF||Rack/Wall mountable - 1U||• 16 * 10/100/1000M PoE+ ports, • 2 * 10/100/1000M, • 2 * 1G SFP Uplink slots||16 GE||2 GE and 2 SFP||Fanless|
|11||E2000-16GP+8CF||Rack/Wall mountable - 1U||• 16 * 10/100/1000M PoE+ ports, • 4 * 10/100/1000M, • 4 * 1G SFP Uplink slots||16 GE||4 GE, 4 SFP||Fanless|
|12||E2000-24GP+2SFP||Rack/Wall mountable - 1U||• 24 * 10/100/1000M PoE+ ports, • 2 * 1G SFP Uplink slots||24 GE||2 SFP||1|
|13||E2000-24GP+4GE||Rack/Wall mountable - 1U||• 24 * 10/100/1000M PoE+ ports, • 4 * 10/100/1000M Uplink slots||24 GE||4 GE||1|
|14||E2000-24GP+4SFP||Rack/Wall mountable - 1U||• 24 * 10/100/1000M PoE+ ports, • 4 * 1G SFP Uplink slots||24 GE||4 SFP||1|
|15||E2000-24GP+4CF||Rack/Wall mountable - 1U||• 24 * 10/100/1000M PoE+ ports, • 2 * 10/100/1000M, • 2 * 1G SFP Uplink slots||24 GE||2 GE and 2 SFP||1|
|16||E2000-24GP+8CF||Rack/Wall mountable - 1U||• 24 * 10/100/1000M PoE+ ports, • 2 * 10/100/1000M, • 2 * 1G SFP Uplink slots||24 GE||4 GE, 4 SFP||1|
COMMANDO Soldier E2000 Series Switches protect from power surges through their inline power supply automatically and have in build Surge protection of ±4KV. With this feature protect on cost and the impact to your business by losing these network devices and thus the users/servers connected to them.
|SR #||PRODUCT CODE||Power Budget||Max no. of PoE+ (IEEE 802.3at) Ports||Max no. of PoE (IEEE 802.3af) Ports||Voltage (Auto Ranging) Frequency (50 to 60 Hz)||Current|
|1||E2000-8G+2SFP||24W||-||-||100 to 240V AC||12V to 2A|
|2||E2000-16G+2SFP||24W||-||-||100 to 240V AC||12V to 2A|
|3||E2000-24G+2SFP||24W||-||-||100 to 240V AC||12V to 2A|
|4||E2000-8GP+2SFP||150W||5 ports up to 30W||All ports up to 15.4W||100 to 240V AC||54V to 2.78A|
|5||E2000-8GP+4CF||150W||5 ports up to 30W||All ports up to 15.4W||100 to 240V AC||54V to 2.78A|
|6||E2000-16GP+2GE||260W||8 ports up to 30W||All ports up to 15.4W||180 to 240V AC||54V to 4.5A;12V to 2A|
|7||E2000-16GP+2SFP||260W||8 ports up to 30W||All ports up to 15.4W||180 to 240V AC||54V to 4.5A;12V to 2A|
|8||E2000-16GP+4GE||260W||8 ports up to 30W||All ports up to 15.4W||180 to 240V AC||54V to 4.5A;12V to 2A|
|9||E2000-16GP+4SFP||260W||8 ports up to 30W||All ports up to 15.4W||180 to 240V AC||54V to 4.5A;12V to 2A|
|10||E2000-16GP+4CF||260W||8 ports up to 30W||All ports up to 15.4W||180 to 240V AC||54V to 4.5A;12V to 2A|
|11||E2000-16GP+8CF||260W||8 ports up to 30W||All ports up to 15.4W||180 to 240V AC||54V to 4.5A;12V to 2A|
|12||E2000-24GP+2SFP||450W||15 ports up to 30W||All ports up to 15.4W||180 to 240V AC||54V to 7.5A?12V to 4A|
|13||E2000-24GP+4GE||450W||15 ports up to 30W||All ports up to 15.4W||180 to 240V AC||54V to 7.5A?12V to 4A|
|14||E2000-24GP+4SFP||450W||15 ports up to 30W||All ports up to 15.4W||180 to 240V AC||54V to 7.5A?12V to 4A|
|15||E2000-24GP+4CF||450W||15 ports up to 30W||All ports up to 15.4W||180 to 240V AC||54V to 7.5A?12V to 4A|
|16||E2000-24GP+8CF||450W||15 ports up to 30W||All ports up to 15.4W||180 to 240V AC||54V to 7.5A?12V to 4A|
COMMANDO Soldier E2000 Series Switches use Store-and-forward switching which means that the LAN switch copies each complete frame into the switch memory buffers and computes a cyclic redundancy check (CRC) for errors. The switching capacity (backplane bandwidth) of a switch refers to the maximum amount of data that can be transmitted between a switch interface processor or interface card and a data bus. The switching capacity indicates the total data exchange capability of the switch, in Gbps. The stacking allows users to expand their network capacity without the hassle of managing multiple devices. Stackable switches can be added or removed. The Forwarding Rate is a measure of how many packets per second the switch can process for certain sized packets. Forwarding rate, refers to the number of network packets that can be processed by switch. The Forwarding rate is measured in million packets per second (Mpps).
|SR #||Product Code||Switching Capacity (Gbps)||Packet Filtering Forwarding Rates (64-byte packet size Mpps)||Maximum packet length||Mean time between failures MTBF (hours)||Heat dissipation (BTU/hr)|
Environmental properties include those physical properties which relate to the environment. Moisture, heat conductivity, the physical effect of heat, Altitude, Humidity, and electrical properties depend on the environmental conditions surrounding the device.
|Operation Temperature||0°C to 55°C|
|Operating temperature and altitudes:||• -5°C to +45°C - up to 5000 feet (1500m), • -5°C to +40°C - up to 10,000 feet (3000m) , • Minimum ambient temperature for cold start is 32°F (0°C) , Short-term* exceptional conditions:, • -5°C to +50°C - up to 5000 feet (1500m) , • -5°C to +45°C- up to 10,000 feet (3000m) , • -5°C to +45°C - at sea level with single fan failure , • Not more than following in one-year period: 96 consecutive hours,or 360 hours total,or 15 days|
|Storage Temperature||-20° to 70°C|
|Operating Humidity (relative, noncondensing)||10% to 90% (Non-condensing)|
|Storage Humidity||5% to 90%(Non-condensing)|
|Altitude||0 to 13,123 ft (0 to 4000m)|
Soldier E2000 Series Switches offers best in class from package dimensions to weight, destination, value, and shipment type.
Soldier E2000 Series Switches Model Dimensions specifications are suitable for Industry standard Rack/Wall mounting. Industry Standard Rack/Wall mounted describes a unit of electronic equipment that is housed in a metal framework called an equipment rack. Usually, an equipment rack contains multiple "bays," each designed to hold a unit of equipment of standard dimensions.
|Product Code||Weight(Kg)||Weight(Pounds)||Dimension(Inches (H x D x W))||Dimension(Centimeters (H x D x W))|
|E2000-8G+2SFP||5.8Kg||12.8lb||1.75 x 14.5 x 17.5||4.5 x 36.8 x 44.5|
|E2000-16G+2SFP||5.8Kg||12.8lb||1.75 x 14.5 x 17.5||4.5 x 36.8 x 44.5|
|E2000-24G+2SFP||5.8Kg||12.8lb||1.75 x 14.5 x 17.5||4.5 x 36.8 x 44.5|
|E2000-8GP+2SFP||5.8Kg||12.8lb||1.75 x 14.5 x 17.5||4.5 x 36.8 x 44.5|
|E2000-8GP+4CF||5.8Kg||12.8lb||1.75 x 14.5 x 17.5||4.5 x 36.8 x 44.5|
|E2000-16GP+2GE||5.8Kg||12.8lb||1.75 x 14.5 x 17.5||4.5 x 36.8 x 44.5|
|E2000-16GP+2SFP||5.8Kg||12.8lb||1.75 x 14.5 x 17.5||4.5 x 36.8 x 44.5|
|E2000-16GP+4GE||5.8Kg||12.8lb||1.75 x 14.5 x 17.5||4.5 x 36.8 x 44.5|
|E2000-16GP+4SFP||5.8Kg||12.8lb||1.75 x 14.5 x 17.5||4.5 x 36.8 x 44.5|
|E2000-16GP+4CF||5.8Kg||12.8lb||1.75 x 14.5 x 17.5||4.5 x 36.8 x 44.5|
|E2000-16GP+8CF||5.8Kg||12.8lb||1.75 x 14.5 x 17.5||4.5 x 36.8 x 44.5|
|E2000-24GP+2SFP||5.8Kg||12.8lb||1.75 x 14.5 x 17.5||4.5 x 36.8 x 44.5|
|E2000-24GP+4GE||5.8Kg||12.8lb||1.75 x 14.5 x 17.5||4.5 x 36.8 x 44.5|
|E2000-24GP+4SFP||5.8Kg||12.8lb||1.75 x 14.5 x 17.5||4.5 x 36.8 x 44.5|
|E2000-24GP+4CF||5.8Kg||12.8lb||1.75 x 14.5 x 17.5||4.5 x 36.8 x 44.5|
|E2000-24GP+8CF||5.8Kg||12.8lb||1.75 x 14.5 x 17.5||4.5 x 36.8 x 44.5|
The SFP transceiver is a compact, hot-swappable device that plugs into a physical port of a network device. SFP optics are used in communication networks and have a transmitting side (Tx) and a receiving side (Rx). The different SFP transceivers work with different wavelengths at an appointed distance.
Soldier E2000 Series Switches mostly uses extra, separate ports for SFP and copper Uplinks to have that extra advantage of using copper and fiber ports at same time to increase the port capacity of switch as well as combo port options in some models , also known as optoelectronic multiplexing interface, is the photoelectric composite port (panel) with two kinds of Ethernet interfaces (RJ45 port and SFP port) on an Ethernet switch. Usually, the RJ45 port is connected by the twisted pairs while the SFP port needs copper or optical modules and patch cables. The obvious merit of combo as well as separate interface is that you still have more flexibility in terms of choosing your network connectivity type without taking up too much space.
|SOLDIER E2000 Switch||SFP COMBO port Indication||SFP Separate Copper and fiber ports Indication|
|E2000-8GP||2/4 SFP||• 4 = 2GE + 2SFP, • 8 = 4GE / 4SFP|
|E2000-16GP||2/4 SFP||• 4 = 2GE + 2SFP, • 8 = 4GE / 4SFP|
|E2000-24GP||2/4 SFP||• 4 = 2GE + 2SFP, • 8 = 4GE / 4SFP|
|Input-voltage range and frequency||• 180 to 240V AC, • 50 to 60Hz|
|Power Rating DC||54V to 4.5A; 12V to 2A|
All Soldier E2000 Series Switches are made available for use globally along with accessories in the bundle to facilitate or enhance operations.
The switch box comes included with the following accessories:
Table 15 lists ordering information for the COMMANDO Soldier E2000 Series Switches. To place an order, please contact your local reseller/distributor or COMMANDO Sales Representative at www.commandonetworks.com/ordering
|Product Code||Description||Interfaces||Power Budget|
|COMMANDO Soldier 10/100/1000M Gigabit Ethernet L2/L2+ Managed Switches|
|E2000-8G+2SFP||COMMANDO Soldier E2000 8GE + 2SFP Uplinks, Managed Switch||• 8 * 10/100/1000M ports, • 2 * 1G SFP Uplink slots||-|
|E2000-16G+2SFP||COMMANDO Soldier E2000 16GE + 2SFP Uplinks, Managed Switch||• 16 * 10/100/1000M ports, • 2 1G SFP Uplink slots||-|
|E2000-24G+2SFP||COMMANDO Soldier E2000 24GE + 2SFP Uplinks, Managed Switch||• 24 * 10/100/1000M ports, • 2 * 1G SFP Uplink slots||-|
|COMMANDO Soldier 10/100/1000M Gigabit Ethernet PoE+ L2/L2+ Managed Switches|
|E2000-8GP+2SFP||COMMANDO Soldier E2000 8GE PoE+, 2SFP Uplinks, 150W, Managed Switch||• 8 * 10/100/1000M PoE+ ports, • 2 * 1G SFP Uplink slots||150W|
|E2000-8GP+4CF||COMMANDO Soldier E2000 8GE PoE+, 2GE+2SFP Uplinks, 150W, Managed Switch||• 8 * 10/100/1000M PoE+ ports, • 2 * 10/100/1000M • 2 1G SFP Uplink slots||150W|
|E2000-16GP+2GE||COMMANDO Soldier E2000 16GE PoE+, 2GE Uplinks, 260W, Managed Switch||• 16 * 10/100/1000M PoE+ ports, • 2 * 10/100/1000M Uplink slots||260W|
|E2000-16GP+2SFP||COMMANDO Soldier E2000 16GE PoE+, 2SFP Uplinks, 260W, Managed Switch||• 16 * 10/100/1000M PoE+ ports, • 2 * 1G SFP Uplink slots||260W|
|E2000-16GP+4GE||COMMANDO Soldier E2000 16GE PoE+, 4GE Uplinks, 260W, Managed Switch||• 16 * 10/100/1000M PoE+ ports, • 4 * 10/100/1000M Uplink slots||260W|
|E2000-16GP+4SFP||COMMANDO Soldier E2000 16GE PoE+, 4SFP Uplinks, 260W, Managed Switch||• 16 * 10/100/1000M PoE+ ports, • 4 * 1G SFP Uplink slots||260W|
|E2000-16GP+4CF||COMMANDO Soldier E2000 16GE PoE+, 2GE+2SFP Uplinks, 260W, Managed Switch||• 16 * 10/100/1000M PoE+ ports, • 2 * 10/100/1000M, • 2 1G SFP Uplink slots||260W|
|E2000-16GP+8CF||COMMANDO Soldier E2000 16GE PoE+, 4GE/4SFP Uplinks, 260W, Managed Switch||• 16 * 10/100/1000M PoE+ ports, • 4 * 10/100/1000M, • 4 1G SFP Uplink slots||260W|
|E2000-24GP+2SFP||COMMANDO Soldier E2000 24GE PoE+, 2SFP Uplinks, 450W, Managed Switch||• 24 * 10/100/1000M PoE+ ports, • 2 1G SFP Uplink slots||260W|
|E2000-24GP+4GE||COMMANDO Soldier E2000 24GE PoE+, 4GE Uplinks, 450W, Managed Switch||• 24 * 10/100/1000M PoE+ ports, • 4 * 10/100/1000M Uplink slots||450W|
|E2000-24GP+4SFP||COMMANDO Soldier E2000 24GE PoE+, 4SFP Uplinks, 450W, Managed Switch||• 24 * 10/100/1000M PoE+ ports, • 4 * 1G SFP Uplink slots||450W|
|E2000-24GP+4CF||COMMANDO Soldier E2000 24GE PoE+, 2GE+2SFP Uplinks, 450W, Managed Switch||• 24 * 10/100/1000M PoE+ ports, • 2 * 10/100/1000M, • 2 1G SFP Uplink slots||450W|
|E2000-24GP+8CF||COMMANDO Soldier E2000 24GE PoE+, 4GE/4SFP Uplinks, 450W, Managed Switch||• 24 * 10/100/1000M PoE+ ports, • 2 * 10/100/1000M, • 2 1G SFP Uplink slots||450W|
|Release||New or Revision||Described in||Date|
|Release 1||First Release||First Release||January 4 - 2021|