10G Uplink Managed Switch with 48 PoE+ Ports for a Complete Omada Network
10G Lightning-Fast Uplink Connection
4× 10 Gbps SFP+ Slots for High-Bandwidth Connectivity
48× Gigabit PoE+ Ports with Total 500 W Power Budget
Centralized Cloud Management
SDN Solutions Integration for a Highly Efficient Network
Advanced L2+ Features
Static Routing, IGMP Snooping, 802.1Q VLAN and More
Enterprise Switch with 10G Uplink
4× 10 Gbps SFP+ slots provide non-blocking switching performance, and ultra-low latency, so reliable and lightning-fast connections to servers and other switches are easily built.
Dedicated 48 PoE+ Ports (500 W Budget) for Numerous Applications
The 48× 802.3af/at compliant PoE+ ports support up to 500 W total PoE power budget.* Designed to use a single Ethernet cable for data and power transmission, it offers flexible deployment for PoE-supported devices such as wireless access points, IP cameras, and IP phones, lowering infrastructure costs for small businesses.
Software-Defined Networking (SDN) with Cloud Access
Omada's Software-Defined Networking (SDN) platform integrates network devices, including access points, switches, and gateways, providing 100% centralized cloud management. Omada creates a highly scalable network-all controlled from a single interface. Seamless wireless and wired connections are provided, ideal for use in hospitality, education, retail, offices, and more.
Advanced L3 Features
- Hassle-Free Cloud or On-Premises Controllers
- Multi-Site Cloud Management
- Zero-Touch Provisioning (ZTP)
- Intelligent Monitoring
An abundance of L2+ and L3 features are supported to help build a highly scalable and robust network, providing a reliable and efficient solution for enterprises, campuses and ISPs.
Security features include IP-MAC-Port-VID Binding, Port Security, Storm Control, and DHCP Snooping to defend against a range of network threats. An integrated list of common DoS attacks is available, making it easier than ever to prevent them. In addition, the Access Control Lists (ACL, L2 to L4) feature restricts access to sensitive network resources by denying packets based on source and destination MAC address, IP address, TCP/UDP ports, or VLAN ID. Users' network access can be controlled via 802.1X authentication, which works with a RADIUS/Tacacs+ server to grant access only when valid user credentials are provided.