The ClearBOX SFP+ Direct Attached Cables are suitable for very short distances and offer a cost-effective way to connect 10G switches, servers and Storage Area Networks (SAN) within racks and across adjacent racks. ClearCenter offers passive DAC cables in lengths of 1, 3 and 5 meters.
The ClearBOX SFP+ Direct Attached Cables are ideal for ClearBOX 024F, ClearBOX 024P and ClearBOX 052P Hybrid Access Devices.
The ClearBOX HPS2400 is a Gigabit Ethernet access switch with 24 Gigabit PoE ports and four 10G uplink ports. The switch is an ideal Gigabit access switch for SMB, enterprise, and campus networks. The ClearBOX HPS2400 is packed with features that bring high availability, comprehensive security, robust multicast control, and advance QoS to the network edge, while maintaining simple management. The switch also supports the most advance IPv6 management, IPv6 security, and IPv6 multicast control in accordance with the growth of IPv6 deployment.
Performance and Scalability
The ClearBOX HPS2400 is a high-performance Gigabit Ethernet Layer 2+ managed switch with 128Gbps switching capacity. The switch delivers wire-speed switching performance on all Gigabit ports, taking full advantage of existing high-performance Gigabit CPEs, PCs, 11n/ac Wi-Fi APs etc, significantly improving the responsiveness of applications and file transfer times. The four built-in 10G SFP+ ports provide uplink flexibility, allowing the insertion of fiber or copper, Gigabit or 10G transceivers, to create up to 10 Gbps high-speed uplinks to servers or service provider, corporate, or campus networks.
PoE Features ClearSW 2400P can provide up to 30 Watts of power to attached devices, such as VoIP phones, wireless access points, surveillance cameras, etc, all over existing Cat. 5 cables. This eliminates the need for individual power sources for devices in the network, saving on costs for power cables and avoiding power outlet availability issues. If the power demand exceeds the switch’s maximum power budget, ports can be prioritize to receive power.
802.11e / WMM Class of Service
802.11d Country Code Support
Expanded EAP support
32 APs per Controller
Supports up to 256 Access Points
Roam between controllers
Built-in DHCP support with DHCP snooping
Expanded IP Support
Voice ESS for the highest QoS levels
802.11e, 802.1p and DiffServ, for end-to-end Quality of Service
802.1ab for automatic detection of voice clients
Support for mixed-use networks, with data and high-quality voice on the same BSS
Fast roaming with 802.11i pre-authentication and cached PMK
Distributed Data Forwarding for minimized latency
Plug-and-Play setup with auto-provisioning (AP discovery; radio and BSS configuration)
RF selection of channel and transmit power level
Automatic channel selection on start-up with ongoing map of optimal channel selections