DrayTek VigorSwitch P1280 PoE Web Smart Gigabit Switch

Manufacturer: DrayTek

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Enhanced Feature Set
The P1280's specification is packed with advanced features to aid reliability and switching performance to your network and is ready for the next generation with both IPv4 and IPv6 support. The P1280 has 24 standard (RJ45/copper) Gigabit Ethernet Ports, all with PoE+ and four selectable ports (which can be set to either RJ-45 or SFP slots). Features for Quality of Service (QoS), VLANs and network/switch security provide additional flexibility.

PoE Devices
The VigorSwitch P1280 is a PoE (Power over Ethernet) switch, providing power to any PoE-enabled device, most commonly IP phones, wireless access points or IP cameras over the Ethernet cable. As well as removing the need for local (at the desk) power supplies, making for tidier installations, PoE ensures power efficiency, providing only the power needed, as well as allowing for time schedules for powering up/down and remote rebooting. Power is provided only when required. PoE also allows for installation of devices where there is no mains power (particularly useful for wireless access points). The P1280 supports both standard PoE (802.3af) and High-Power PoE (802.3at) devices.

Central Management
The DrayTek VigorSwitch P1280 can operate in standalone mode and be managed through its web interface or, if you need to manage and monitor the switch remotely, or have several DrayTek VigorSwitches to administer,

The DrayTek VigorSwitch P1280 has 4 Gigabit SFP module ports which can be used instead of the corresponding RJ-45 ports Nos. 25-28. SFP slots are typically used for fibre transceivers. In comparison to 'copper' (RJ-45) cables, using fibre for connectivity provides longer range and resilience from electrical interference.

The SFP ports provides compatibility with your choice of SFP modules (not included) and therefore the most appropriate medium for your application. If you use the SFP slots, then the corresponding copper port is not active but the others remain available.

Integration with VigorACS and Switch Management
Also new on this switch series is integration with both the DrayTek Central Switch management feature on our Vigor routers, and management and monitoring through our VigorACS platform. View the Central Management tab for more details.

Power over Ethernet Management
The VigorSwitch P1280 has a power budget for PoE of up to 340watts spread across RJ-45 ports 1 to 24, which allows for all ports to be used for PoE (dependent on each device's power requirements). For example, if you were using our PoE-powered VigorAP 910c wireless access points, they typically use up to 12 watts, so well within the P1280's budget if you had 24 of them connected.

VigorSwitch P1280 PoE+ 28-Port Gigabit Switch - Specification
Physical Interfaces:
24 10/100/1000BaseT Ethernet Ports (RJ-45 IEEE 802.3/3u/ab)
4 Selectable Ports (Nos. 25-28), use as either:
10/100/1000BaseT (Gigabit) Ethernet or
SFP (802.3z)
PoE Specification:
24-ports 802.3af & 802.3at (high Power) PoE PSE
340 Watts Total Power Budget for PoE
Auto Detection of Powered Device (PD) and Consumption Levels
PoE Activity LED Indicator
Supports per Port Power Consumption Monitoring
Smart Feature for PD on/off, PD Detection, Power Level, PD status and Power feeding Priority
Circuit Protection to Prevent Power Interference between Ports
Port PoE Priority automatically from 1 (highest priority) to 24 (lowest)
VLAN:
802.1q VLAN
Tag-based VLAN
Port-based VLAN
Up to 4K VLANs (out of 4096 VLAN IDs)
Protected Port
Voice VLAN (OUI Mode)
Management VLAN
QoS:
Support 8 priority queues
Port-Based rate control
Priority queue schedule (WRR or Strict Priority)
Class of Service
802.1p CoS
DSCP
CoS-DSCP
IP Precedence ToS
Network Security:
Access Control Lists (ACL)
Source and destination MAC
VLAN ID
IPv4/v6 address
Protocol
TCP/UDP port
Storm Control (Broadcast, Unknown Multicast, Unknown Unicast)
DoS Attack protection
AAA Authentication
Link Aggregation:
Combine multiple ports to increase bandwidth
8 Aggregation Groups
Up to 8 ports in each group
LCAP or Static setup
Supports traffic load balancing
Networking Performance:
Switching Capacity: 56Gbps
Forwarding Rate: 41.7Mpps
MAC Addresses Supported: 8K
Jumbo Frames up to 9KB
IGMP Snooping:
Up to 256 multicast groups
IGMP Snooping V2/V3 (BISS)
IGMP V2/V3 Querier
Immediate Leave
Management:
IPv4 & IPv6 Dual-Stack
Web User Interface (HTTP or HTTPS)
Firmware Upgrade/Backup by HTTP/HTTPS
HTTP (Non-TLS) can be disabled for increased security
Configuration Backup/Restore
Factory Default
System Reboot
LLDP(802.1ab)
Command Line Interface (CLI) via SSH/Telnet
DrayTek Switch Management support (from routers) *requires firmware update (est Q1 '18)
VigorACS Compatible *requires firmware update (est Q1 '18)
SNMP (with Generic Traps) & TR-069
Diagnostics:
Port Status & Usage display
PoE active display
CPU/RAM Usage display
Event Log
Port Mirroring
Ping
Port-based cable test
General IEEE Standards Compliance:
802.3 10Base-T
802.3u 100Base-T
802.3ab 1000Base-T
802.3x Flow Control Capability
802.3 Auto-negotiation
802.1Q VLAN
802.1p Class of Service
802.1d Spanning Tree
802.1w Rapid Spanning Tree
802.3ad Port trunk with LACP
802.1AB Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP)
802.3az Energy Efficient Ethernet
Operating Requirements:
Power Input Requirements: 220-240VAC
Power supply: Internal
Maximum Input Power Consumption: 453.3 Watts
Operating Temperature:~0°C to ~40°C
Storage Temperature:-20°C to ~70°C
Operating Humidity: 10% to 90% RH (non-condensing)
Physical Specifications:
Dimensions: 441 x 270 x 45 mm (W x D x H)
Rack mountable: 1U
Brackets included for rack or wall mounting
Weight: 4.35Kg (excluding SFP modules/cables)

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DrayTek VigorSwitch P1280 PoE Web Smart Gigabit Switch

DrayTek VigorSwitch P1280 PoE Web Smart Gigabit Switch

The VigorSwitch P1280 is a high-performance, Gigabit switch with PoE+ (Power over Ethernet) on 24 RJ-45 ports (plus 4 additional Gigabit ports). With the increase in PoE powered devices requiring full power, notably wireless access points and IP cameras, the generous 340W power budget is much higher than many other products in its class.