The AT-GS950/24 eco-friendly WebSmart switch conforms with Allied Telesis‘ commitment to environmentally friendly processes and products.
It is designed to minimize power consumption through the use of a high efficiency power supply and a low power chipset.
With a low 16.28W* typical power consumption, and a reduction in power during after-work hours (overnight mode) – as well as other power saving
features included as standard, the Allied Telesis AT-GS950/24 truly lives up to it’s name as an ‘ecofriendly’ switch. Not only does this help the planet
by reducing the carbon footprint of each switch, it also lowers the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) to the user, as the product costs less to run, and
has improved reliability.
With all of these power saving features, the new eco friendly AT-GS95050/24 saves the user over 25% in power consumption over non ecofriendly models.
Allied Telesis’WebSmart switch integrates the simplicity of unmanaged switches with the performance and reliability of managed switches to provide a cost-effective solution for users to integrate management at the edge of their network. This WebSmart switch provides a network manager some key features using the simple web-based management function such as; port-based VLANs, IEEE 802.1p QoS, port trunking/link aggregation, port mirroring, priority queues and IEEE 802.1x security support. With support of up to 8K MAC addresses and a 4MB packet buffer the AT-GS950/24 WebSmart switch is an ideal option for integrating management into your network solution.
Never thought you could afford managed switches in your network? Always wanted to provide management functionality at the edge? Now’s your chance. Allied Telesis’WebSmart switch truely helps network managers get the most value for their dollar. With industry standard protocols, fiber media support via
the SFP's and simple Plug & Play usability right out of the box how can you go wrong implementing this cost-effective solution into your network?
Quality and Reliability Allied Telesis is a worldwide leader in unmanaged Ethernet switches. Shipping more than 250,000 unmanaged switches each year,
Allied Telesis offers proven reliability and industry recognized quality.
• IEEE 802.1Q tagged
• Up to 256 groups
Quality of Service Classification
• IEEE 802.1p tagging
• Port-based priority
• Four priority queues per port
IP Multicast Support (IPv4)
• IGMP snooping (v1/v2)
• Static multicast group
• Spanning-Tree, IEEE 802.1d/w
IEEE 802.3ad Link Aggregation
IEEE 802.1x Port-based and MAC-based
Network Access Control
• Local authentication server (MD5 only)
• Remote authentication through RADIUS
• Dynamic VLAN assignment
• RADIUS client for IEEE 802.1x
• DHCP client
• Statistics charts in Web
• Jumbo frames - up to 10K
• IEEE 802.3x flow control or HOL (†) blocking
Prevention († when flow control is off)
• Port mirroring
• Destination MAC filtering
• Ingress/egress rate limiting
• Broadcast storming control
• 100FX SFP support
• Switch discovery management up to 254 switches
• Monitor list
• Trap view
• Device setting
• Firmware upgrade by FTP and Web
• Configuration back-up/restore by FTP
• Factory reset
• Password access control and restricted IP access list
• RFC 1213 MIB-II
• RFC 1643 Ethernet MIB
• RFC 1493 Bridge MIB
• RFC 2131 DHCP client
• Private Enterprise MIB (Allied Telesis provides the spec)
RMON Groups (1, 2, 3, 9)
• 240 entries (shared)