Allied Telesis AT 8000GS/24 - switch - 24 ports - managed - desktop

Mfg. Part: AT-8000GS/24-10 | CDW Part: 1489029 | UNSPSC: 43222612
  • Switch
  • managed
  • 24 x 10/100/1000 + 4 x shared SFP
  • desktop
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  • Switch
  • managed
  • 24 x 10/100/1000 + 4 x shared SFP
  • desktop
Allied Telesis' new 8000GS series features a high-bandwidth 20Gbps resilient ring stacking topology, which enables up to six switches to be stacked and operate as though they were a single device. This saves customers time on administration, as a stack is quicker and easier to manage than several individual devices. The true stacking architecture also enables link aggregation, VLAN configuration, and port mirroring across the stack. These features are especially important to companies with densely-populated networks, where the high port count and stacking architecture make the AT-8000GS devices ideal for use as network edge switches. They are also suitable for smaller companies who are looking for powerful Gigabit performance from a single switch now, as well as the flexibility to add additional switches as the company and its network needs grow.

Each switch in the new 8000GS series includes four SFP combination ports, so that customers can use the built-in 10/100/1000T ports or an optical SFP which is available separately. A choice of management methods come as standard on the new switches, including an industry standard compatible local Command Line Interface (CLI), remote CLI via Telnet, SNMP or a simple, intuitive Web-based interface. These familiar options reduce learning time while minimizing the cost of deployment.

As it is designed for deployment at the network edge - a vulnerable point in any network - the new 8000GS range supports today's security requirements including IEEE 802.1x and RADIUS. These protocols protect the network from unauthorized access by ensuring robust user authentication. The devices also include support for TACACS+ to make remote security administration easier and provide separate authentication, authorization and accounting services. The 8000GS family supports guest VLANs so that visitors who physically connect to the network can be restricted to a predefined area, enabling them to have access to the Internet while on company premises but not to corporate servers. Quality of service features include the ability to separate network traffic into eight priority types in four queues per port, ensuring fast, efficient delivery of voice, video and data traffic.

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