Cambium L2+ CNMATRIX EX2028 | Switch | 24x RJ45 1000Mb/s, 4x SF
Cambium L2+ CNMATRIX EX2028 | Switch | 24x RJ45 1000Mb/s, 4x SFP+, managed

Cambium L2+ CNMATRIX EX2028 | Switch | 24x RJ45 1000Mb/s, 4x SFP+, managed

CODE: MX-EX2028XXA-E
681,02 GBP with VAT
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ABOUT PRODUCT

Improving the functioning of the network

Cambium Networks CnMatrix Network Switches provide high performance (high performance) of a wired/wireless class corporate network with free, easy-to-use cloud management that ensures reduced errors and shorter network downtime.

Cambrium Networks cnMatrix EX2028-P - 28-port Gigabit Ethernet switch

The cnMatrix EX2028 network switch has 24 10/100/1000 Mb/s and 4x SFP+ uplink ports. Thanks to the rack type housing, the device is adapted to be mounted in a rack. The equipment enables easy increase of Ethernet throughput to gigabit connections.

Automatic machine segmentation and cleaning

Ethernet Switch EX2028 automatically profiles and places devices in the appropriate network segment, providing a secure environment for key network resources, devices connected to the building network will not have access to the corporate financial network. All related dynamic configurations are automatically deleted when the device is disconnected.

Affordable Unified Wired/Wireless network managed in the cloud

Cambium Networks simplifies network operation thanks to global communication systems. Our corporate, cloud-managed intelligent network solution increases network resilience, facilitates network operation, improves performance and flexibility, providing operators with cost-effective wired/wireless connections. The entire end-to-end network is managed using free management system cnMaestro.

Advantages for businesses

  • Non-contact initial implementation for time and cost savings
  • Reduce network configuration errors by eliminating unreliable manual configuration
  • Centralised management and common procedures within the network to reduce problem solving time
  • Significant improvement in safety thanks to automatic segmentation of devices
  • Undisturbed local system operation even when the connection to the cloud is lost
  • Reduce total system cost by using affordable cnMatrix switches managed by a FREE cnMaestro controller

SPECIFICATION

Features / filters
LAN standard Gigabit Ethernet 10/100/1000 Mb/s
Number of LAN ports 24x [10/100/1000M (RJ45)] , 4x [10G (SFP+)] ,
Management CLI - Command Line Interface, Dedicated application, By web browser,
Switching layer 2+
Type of case Metal, Rack (1U),

Features
Capacity 84 Gb/s
Non-blocking capacity Yes
Mpps speed (64 B packets) 120
Ports 10/100/1000 24
Uplink ports 4 SFP+
Private console Yes
Ports with PoE+ support (802.3af/at) nd
USB Yes
Out-of-band management port Yes
Internal fans No fan
Rack mount kit Yes
Reset button Yes
Size of MAC address table 16 K
Size of flash memory 128 MB
DRAM 512 MB
VLAN 4 K
Port-based VLANs 4 K
LACP/Trunning 8 LAG/8 links on LAG
QoS Prioritization Queues 8
PVRST 32
ACL input/output 128
Static ARP entries 512
ARP entries 512
Static routes 64
Dynamic Routing 512
IGMP multicast groups 256
PBA Yes
cnMATRIX
Quality of Service - ACL mapping and ToS/DSCP (COS) marking
- ACL mapping to a priority queue
- Managing the queue of priorities with Weighted Round
- Robin (CPR), Strict Priority (SP) and CPR and SP combinations
- ACL mapping 802.1p
- DiffServ support
- Shaping/measuring of movement
Traffic management - ACL-dependent inbound speed restriction
- Limiting the speed of incoming traffic to the port
- Limiting the speed of broadcast traffic, multicast and unknown unicast
- Limiting the speed of outgoing traffic to the port/railway
Security - Authentication 802.1x
- DHCP snooping
- MAC Authentication
- RADIUS authentication/authorisation
- Authentication, authorisation and access control
- Local user name/password
Layer 2 functionalities - 802.1d
- Auto MDI/MDIX
- IGMP Snooping v1/v2/v3
- IGMP Proxy
- Control of movement in port
- On VLAN STP (PVST/PVRST)
- Port isolation/private VLAN Edge
- Speed limiting/storm control
- Broadcast/Multicast/Unlearned Unicas
- Ping/TraceRoute/ICMPv6
- VLAN, port, protocol, 802.1q
- Authentication 802.1x
- Bpdu Guard, Root Guard
- LLDP/LLDP Med
- Static MAC
- IGMP v2/v3 fast output
- Port Mirroring: depending on the port, access control lists (ACL)
- Aggregation groups (static/LACP)
- Jumbo box (9k)
- BPDU filtration
- DoS protection (Port, CPU)
Management - cnMaestro (cloud management)
- DHCP client
- Built-in DHCP server
- Out of Band Network Management
- SNMP v1/v2/v3
- Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP)
- PBA
- TFTP
- IPv6 management
- Self-installation support for firmware images and configuration files
- Standardized Command Line (CLI)
- Built-in web management (HTTP/HTTPS)
- File management and storage on USB stick
- SSH /SSH v2
- DHCP relay
- Local/remote system registration
- Displaying messages on multiple terminals
-Telnet Client/server
- Password management
Equipment specification
Power supply 100-240 V AC
Maximum switching power (with movement) 19,50 W
MTBF 432,283
Weight 2.77 kg (6.1 lb)
Dimensions 44 x 4.4 x 20.9 cm (17.3 x 1.75 x 8.22")
CPU Clocking 800 MHz
LED per port Link/Activity
PoE+ power consumption nd
PoE + voltage 54 V
Max. PoE + power per port 30 W
Rack-mounting Rack 1U
dBA acoustic noise per switch (ambient temperature) No fan
Temperature range -0°C to 50°C
Working humidity +55° at 95% relative humidity
Storage temperature -40°C to 70°C
IEEE standards
Switching
Basic functions - IEEE 802.1AB-Device LLDP
- IEEE 802.1D-compatibility between span trees
- IEEE 802.1p-priority Ethernet with user information and mapping
- IEEE 802.1s-compatible with multiple spans
- IEEE 802.1Q-virtual LANs with port-based VLANs
- IEEE 802.1X- port-based authentication
VLAN support - IEEE 802.1W-fast compatibility with span trees
- IEEE 802.3-10BASE-T
- IEEE 802.3u-100BASE-T
- IEEE 802.3ab-1000BASE-T
- IEEE 802.1ak-recording protocol
- IEEE 802.3ac-VLAN tagging
- IEEE 802.3ad-group links
- IEEE 802.3x - flow control
- Static routes
Layer 2 functions - Authentication, authorisation and access control (AAA)
- Restoring operation after a lightning storm
- Restoring operation after a Broadcast/Multicast/Unknown unicast storm
- DHCP Snooping
- IGMP Snooping Querier
- Support for Independent VLAN Learning (IVL)
- Support for jumbo Ethernet frames
- MAC port blocking
- Port mirroring
- Protected ports
- MAC static filtration
System components - Event and error recording function
- Start-up environment and downloadable configurations
- PING mechanism
- FP transmission via IPv4/IPv6
- RFC 768-UDP
- RFC 783-TFTP
- RFC 791-IP
- RFC 792-ICMP
- RFC 793-TCP
- RFC 826-ARP
- RFC 894-IP data transmission over Ethernet
- RFC 896-congestion control in IP/TCP networks
- RFC 951-BOOTP
- RFC 1034-Domain Names - Concepts and Facilities
- RFC 1035-Domain names - implementation and specification
- RFC 1321-algorithm of information flow in the message
- RFC 1534-interoperability between BOOTP and DHCP
- RFC 2021-information on the management of remote network monitoring
- RFC 2030 - the simplest network protocol (SNTP)
- RFC 2131-DHCP
- RFC 2132-DHCP and BOOTP supplier extensions
- RFC 2819- Network monitoring management information base
- RFC 2865-RADIUS Client
- RFC 2868- RADIUS attributes for tunnel protocol support
- RFC 2869- Extensions RADIUS
- RFC 3579-RADIUS support for EAP
- RFC 3580-IEEE 802.1X RADIUS Usage Guidelines
- RFC 3164-BSD syslog protocol
- RFC 3580-802.1X RADIUS usage guidelines
Management - SNMP v1, v2 and v3
- SSH 1.5 and 2.0
- RFC 4252: SSH authentication protocol
- RFC 4253: SSH transport layer protocol
- RFC 4254: SSH connection protocol
- RFC 4251: SSH protocol architecture
- RFC 4716: SECSH public key file format
- RFC 4419: exchange of the Diffie-Hellman group for the SSH transport layer protocol
- SSL 3.0 and TLS 1.0
- RFC 2246: TLS protocol, version 1.0
- RFC 2818: HTTP over TLS
- RFC 3268: AES cipher package for transport layer security
- Telnet
- Web GUI
QoS
Classification of traffic - Designation of DSCP or Precedence IP header fields
- Flow monitoring up to a certain speed with two-colour signalling
- RFC 2474-define differentiated services field (DS field) in IPv4 and IPv6 headers
- RFC 2475-differentiated services architecture

SUPPORT

Downloads:

Operating instructions Download
GUI configuration Download
CLI configuration Download
Quick Installation Guide Download
Brochure EN- cnMatrix Download
Datasheet Download
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