Cisco Meraki MS120 48-Port GbE Switch | MS120-48-HW


£1,396.00

MS120-48-HW

25 In Stock



For MS120 Licensing & Support Options CLICK HERE

Key Features

  • 48 x 1G ports.
  • 4 1G SFP uplinks.
  • Layer 2, 802.1X authentication
  • DHCP relay; DHCP snooping
  • STP enhancements; voice and video QoS
  • IPv4 and IPv6 ACLs
  • Email alerts for switch management
  • Remote troubleshooting tools
  • Manage ports from a GUI-based dashboard
  • Zero-touch provisioning
  • Reliable platform with 24/7 Meraki support
  • 1RU rack-mountable
  • Low-noise, fanless model

Downloads

Datasheet

About This Product

The Meraki MS120-48 48-Port Cloud Managed Stackable Gigabit Switch provides layer 2 access switching ideal for branch and campus deployments. It is built from the ground up for cloud management without compromising any of the power and flexibility traditionally found in enterprise-class switches. The MS120-48 is managed through an elegant, intuitive cloud interface, rather than a cryptic command line. To bring up this switch, just plug it in; there's no need for complicated configuration files or even direct physical contact with the switch.


For MS120 Licensing & Support Options CLICK HERE

Key Features

  • 48 x 1G ports.
  • 4 1G SFP uplinks.
  • Layer 2, 802.1X authentication
  • DHCP relay; DHCP snooping
  • STP enhancements; voice and video QoS
  • IPv4 and IPv6 ACLs
  • Email alerts for switch management
  • Remote troubleshooting tools
  • Manage ports from a GUI-based dashboard
  • Zero-touch provisioning
  • Reliable platform with 24/7 Meraki support
  • 1RU rack-mountable
  • Low-noise, fanless model

Downloads

Datasheet

About This Product

The Meraki MS120-48 48-Port Cloud Managed Stackable Gigabit Switch provides layer 2 access switching ideal for branch and campus deployments. It is built from the ground up for cloud management without compromising any of the power and flexibility traditionally found in enterprise-class switches. The MS120-48 is managed through an elegant, intuitive cloud interface, rather than a cryptic command line. To bring up this switch, just plug it in; there's no need for complicated configuration files or even direct physical contact with the switch.

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