Ethernet LAN 1 Gbit / s connection via optical link
Built-in four-port Ethernet switch with an array of 1000 MAC addresses
Ability to define VLANs to create independent transmission channels (802.1Q, 802.1QinQ)
Support for QoS mechanisms
Support for jumbo frames up to 10,240 bytes
Possibility to limit bandwidth on Ethernet ports (“leaky bucket”)
SNMP, WWW, TELNET, SNTP, SMTP support
The possibility of working in the ring topology
On each port of the switch, it is possible to allocate the available transmission band, and set priorities for each user based on the priority of the Ethernet port, the VLAN tag priority, the MAC address or the IPCP header field. The available Ethernet data stream transmission channel can be divided into up to 64 independent transmission channels using VLAN virtual network mechanisms (802.1Q and QinQ).
The GFX switch is supplied from a constant voltage from 12 to 60V or from an external power supply connected to the device in the case of alternating voltage. The total power consumption of the device does not exceed 6 Watts. The device is also available as a GFX-R rack card designed for installation in the RCK-ANY-02 shelf.