UL 60950, CSA 22.2 No.60950, EN60950, CB Scheme-IEC 60950
Power over Ethernet (PoE)
Power over Ethernet (PoE) Support
Now the benefits of stackable IP switches are available for high performance 4Gb SANs. The SANbox 5600 series of stackable switches delivers the seamless scalability and performance of a chassis switch, in an easy-to-manage, pay-as-yougrow solution. With sixteen 4Gb ports plus a four-pack of high-speed 10Gb ISL ports, and entry as low as 8 ports with 4-port software-keyed increments and included graphical user interface (GUI) wizards, each SANbox 5600 stackable switch provides maximum flexibility for configuring and scaling SANs. Available in two power supply configurations: single integrated (SB5600) and dual hot-swappable (SB5602).
Features: -8 auto detecting 4Gb/2Gb/1Gb device ports. -4 10Gb ports for high speed stacking links. -4-port 4Gb/2Gb/1Gb and/or 10Gb field upgrade licenses available. -Stacking of up to 6 units for 96 available user ports. -Non-Disruptive Code Load and Activation (NDCLA). -Single and dual hot-swap power supply configurations available. -Configuration, Zoning and Extended Distance wizards to simplify switch installation and fabric scaling. -Interoperable with all FC-SW-2 compliant Fibre Channel switches. -Full-fabric, public-loop or switch-toswitch connectivity on 4Gb ports. -Full-fabric or switch-to-switch connectivity on 10Gb ports. -Auto-sensing, self-configuring ports. -Fabric Tracker tool for fabric-wide snapshots and detection of configuration changes. -Non-blocking full-bandwidth architecture. -I/O StreamGuard for RSCN suppression. -"No-Wait" routing – guaranteed maximum performance independent of data traffic. -Industry's lowest latency for maximum performance. -SFP (small form-factor pluggable) connectivity – 16 front ports in a 1U full-width rack form-factor. -Designed for seamless operation with higher-level third-party management applications. -In-band, out-of-band, Telnet and SNMP management access. -ASIC-embedded memory – faster, more scalable and more reliable than shared memory architecture.