The Omada SDN platform integrates access points, switches and gateways to provide 100% centralized cloud management. Omada makes it easy to create a scalable network managed from a single interface and provides seamless wired and wireless connectivity, ideal for use in hotels, educational facilities, offices, etc.
The TL-SG3452P supports a wide range of features, enabling enterprises and ISPs to build a highly scalable, reliable and efficient network.
The TL-SG3452P features IP-MAC port-VID binding, as well as port security, network storm protection and DHCP Snooping to protect against many network attacks. A built-in list of common DoS attacks is also available to stop them. In addition, access control lists allow you to restrict access to important network resources by discarding packets based on MAC address, IP address, TCP/UDP ports and VLAD ID. In addition, the device supports 802.1X, which allows network clients to authenticate via RADIUS/Tacacs servers .
Advanced control features
The TL-SG3452P supports a variety of features, including 802.1Q Tag VLAN, port mirroring, STP/RSTP/MSTP, LACP and 802.3x flow control. IGMP Snooping provides optimized multicast streaming to end users only, eliminating unnecessary traffic, while IGMP throttling and IGMP filtering monitors each user at the port level to prevent unauthorized multicast access. In addition, the TL-SG3452P supports static routing, which enables network segmentation through internal routing through the switch.
Voice and video traffic is serialized by IP address, MAC address, TCP port, UDP port and more. The QoS function ensures smooth operation of voice and video applications, even at low bandwidth.
Features for ISPs
The TL-SG3452P supports a number of features such as sFlow, QinQ, L2PT PPPoE ID Insertion and IGMP authentication. The 802.3ah OAM and DLDP protocols facilitate Ethernet monitoring and troubleshooting.
The TL-SG3452P supports a number of IPv6 features, including Dual IPv4/IPv6 Stack, MLD Snooping, IPv6 ACL, DHCPv6 Snooping, IPv6 Interface, PMTU Discovery and IPv6 Neighbor Discovery, making the device ready for next-generation networks.
48 RJ45 10/100/1000 Mbps ports 4 gigabit SFP slots 1 RJ45 console port 1 micro-USB console port
No, 3 fans
100-240 V AC~50/60 Hz
PoE ports (RJ45)
Standards: 802.3af/at PoE ports : 48 ports, up to 30 watts per port Power supply : 384 watts
Dimensions (S x G x W)
440 × 330 × 44 mm
Max. energy consumption
52.53 W (110 V/50 Hz) (without a PoE-enabled device connected) 485.4 W (110 V/50 Hz) (when powered with 384 W)
Packet forwarding rate
MAC Address Table
Quality of Service Function
8 prioritization queues 802.1p CoS/DSCP prioritization support Prioritization scheduling mode Bandwidth control Smoother operation Actions for flows
L2 and L2 functions
Link aggregation Spanning tree protocol (STP) Loopback detection Flow control Mirroring
Support for 511 IGMP groups (IPv4, IPv6) IGMP Snooping IGMP authentication MVR MLD Snooping Multicast transmission filtering: 256 profiles and 16 entries per profile
VLAN groups 802.1Q VLAN tagging VLAN MAC address: 12 entries VLAN protocol GVRP VLAN VPN (QinQ) Voice VLAN
Access control lists
Time-based access control list (ACL) MAC address ACL ACLv IP address ACL IPv6 ACL of packet content Combined ACL Access control policy ACL to port/VLAN
Binding of IP addresses, MAC addresses and ports Binding of IPv6, MAC addresses and ports Protection against DoS attacks Port protection through static/dynamic port configuration Storm Control Broadcast/Multicast/Unicast IP/port/MAC based access control 802.1X authentication AAA (including TACACS ) Port isolation Secure web-based management via HTTPS with SSLv3/TLS 1.2 encryption Secure CLI management with SSHv1/SSHv2 encryption
IPv6 Dual IPv4/IPv6 Multicast Listener Discovery (MLD) Snooping IPv6 ACLs IPv6 interface Static IPv6 routing Neighbor discovery (ND) function used by IPv6 nodes Path maximum transmission unit (MTU) discovery ICMP v6 TCP v6/UDP v6