Meraki MS210 48-PortGbE Switch | MS210-48-HW


£1,949.08
£1,949.08
£1,949.08
£1,949.08

MS210-48-HW

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Key Features

  • 48 x 1G ports.
  • 4 x 1G SFP uplinks.
  • Stacking capable with MS225, up to eight unitsStacking capable with MS225
  • 80 Gbps of physical stacking
  • Layer 2 with static routes
  • DHCP relay; DHCP snooping
  • 802.1X authentication
  • STP enhancements
  • IPv4 and IPv6 ACLs
  • Zero-touch provisioning; secure, user-scheduled firmware updates
  • Manage ports from a single dashboard; per-port and client usage statistics
  • Email alerts for switch management
  • Remote troubleshooting tools
  • Reliable platform with 24/7 Meraki support
  • Voice and video QoS
  • 1RU rack-mountable
  • Non-blocking switch fabric; low-noise, fanless model available
  • Limited lifetime warranty

Options
MS210 Switch Licenses (Mandatory)
Meraki SFP Transceiver Modules
Meraki Stacking Cables
Meraki Uplink Modules (MS390 Only)
Meraki Systems Manager

Downloads
Datasheet
Meraki Sizing Tool

About This Product
The Meraki MS210-48 48-Ports Cloud Managed Stackable Gigabit Switch provides Layer 2 access switching for branch and small campus locations. The MS210-48 includes four (4) 1G SFP uplinks and physically stacks with the MS225 (sold separately) to gain access to its 10G uplink. This switch also supports a rack-mountable PSU (Cisco RPS-2300 - sold separately). For power redundancy requirements, the MS210-48 48-Ports switch is built from the ground up to be easy to manage without compromising any of the power and flexibility traditionally found in enterprise-class switches. The MS210-48 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 access to the switch. Meraki’s centralised management gives administrators deep visibility into the network and how it’s used. See which switches mare near capacity across hundreds of sites. Find all configuration changes made by a certain person with instant search.

Converged voice, video and data environments
The MS210-48 is designed to unify data, voice, and video onto a single IP backbone. It supports rich quality of-service (QoS) functionality for prioritising data, voice, and video traffic. The switch supports eight (8) class-of-service (CoS) queues on every port, enabling it to maintain end-to-end traffic prioritisation. The range of Meraki MC products (sold separately) work flawlessly with the MS210-48, and create a unique and powerful experience for installing, supporting and troubleshooting VoIP technology.

Application layer visibility
The MS210-48 includes integrated Layer 7 fingerprinting. Identify hundreds of applications from business apps to BitTorrent and YouTube. User fingerprinting with Google-like search allows administrators to easily identify and control individual users, PCs, iMacs, iPads, Androids, and other devices. This unprecedented visibility allows optimising of network resources and maintaining optimal network performance.

Unified software architecture
The Meraki MS210-48 runs on the same Meraki operating system used by all of Meraki’s products. The use of a common operating system allows Meraki to deliver a consistent experience across all product lines. When connected, the Meraki MS210-48 switch automatically connects to the Meraki cloud, downloads configurations, and joins the appropriate network. If new firmware is required, this is retrieved by the switch and updated automatically. This ensures the network is kept up-to date with bug fixes, security updates, and new features.

Simplified management and operations
Meraki’s cloud-managed architecture makes it simpler than ever to quickly provision and reconfigure switch ports with security, QoS, and other parameters. The Meraki dashboard provides unified policies, event logs, and monitoring, which make it easy to manage and grow large network deployments. By providing a complete, powerful set of management functions over the web, Meraki’s cloud-based management eliminates the need for proprietary command line configuration interfaces which require expensive and time consuming certifications. The MS210-48 can be fully deployed and provisioned in minutes, without requiring any local configuration or staging. Additional or replacement switches can be sent to remote offices and installed by non-technical staff, saving thousands of dollars in time and travel expenses. The Meraki MS210-48 also includes several remote diagnostic features, from network connectivity and cable integrity tests to latency measurement tools. For deep client troubleshooting, administrators can even perform per-port remote PCAP packet captures without any additional probes or hardware on site.

Designed for reliability and environmental efficiency
The Meraki MS210-48 was designed for reliable, long-lived operation in wiring closet environments, which may be prone to high temperatures and limited ventilation. By minimising total component count and only using proven switching silicon, Meraki is able to deliver highly reliable products with exceptional mean time between failure (MTBF) ratings. Each Meraki MS210-48 switch also operates with a split-plane architecture, where silicon-based switching and data forwarding are separated from software-based control and management. By decoupling the underlying switching logic from control, each unit is able to deliver wire-speed switching even when advanced software features such as Layer 7 host and OS fingerprinting are enabled. Finally, the highly integrated design of the MS210-48 switch results in power and cooling savings in large deployment environments of 30-60% when compared with similar managed Gigabit switches.

Distributed branches and remote sites
Meraki’s cloud-based system makes it easy to manage a single switch, or thousands of distributed switches, from a single interface.

  • Troubleshoot problems remotely (e.g. find which port has a bad cable attached).
  • Add or replace switches without having to send a technician onsite.
  • Switches automatically download their current configuration as soon as they are connected to the network.
  • Receive email alerts or SMS messages whenever there’s a problem at a remote site.

Key Features

  • 48 x 1G ports.
  • 4 x 1G SFP uplinks.
  • Stacking capable with MS225, up to eight unitsStacking capable with MS225
  • 80 Gbps of physical stacking
  • Layer 2 with static routes
  • DHCP relay; DHCP snooping
  • 802.1X authentication
  • STP enhancements
  • IPv4 and IPv6 ACLs
  • Zero-touch provisioning; secure, user-scheduled firmware updates
  • Manage ports from a single dashboard; per-port and client usage statistics
  • Email alerts for switch management
  • Remote troubleshooting tools
  • Reliable platform with 24/7 Meraki support
  • Voice and video QoS
  • 1RU rack-mountable
  • Non-blocking switch fabric; low-noise, fanless model available
  • Limited lifetime warranty

Options
MS210 Switch Licenses (Mandatory)
Meraki SFP Transceiver Modules
Meraki Stacking Cables
Meraki Uplink Modules (MS390 Only)
Meraki Systems Manager

Downloads
Datasheet
Meraki Sizing Tool

About This Product
The Meraki MS210-48 48-Ports Cloud Managed Stackable Gigabit Switch provides Layer 2 access switching for branch and small campus locations. The MS210-48 includes four (4) 1G SFP uplinks and physically stacks with the MS225 (sold separately) to gain access to its 10G uplink. This switch also supports a rack-mountable PSU (Cisco RPS-2300 - sold separately). For power redundancy requirements, the MS210-48 48-Ports switch is built from the ground up to be easy to manage without compromising any of the power and flexibility traditionally found in enterprise-class switches. The MS210-48 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 access to the switch. Meraki’s centralised management gives administrators deep visibility into the network and how it’s used. See which switches mare near capacity across hundreds of sites. Find all configuration changes made by a certain person with instant search.

Converged voice, video and data environments
The MS210-48 is designed to unify data, voice, and video onto a single IP backbone. It supports rich quality of-service (QoS) functionality for prioritising data, voice, and video traffic. The switch supports eight (8) class-of-service (CoS) queues on every port, enabling it to maintain end-to-end traffic prioritisation. The range of Meraki MC products (sold separately) work flawlessly with the MS210-48, and create a unique and powerful experience for installing, supporting and troubleshooting VoIP technology.

Application layer visibility
The MS210-48 includes integrated Layer 7 fingerprinting. Identify hundreds of applications from business apps to BitTorrent and YouTube. User fingerprinting with Google-like search allows administrators to easily identify and control individual users, PCs, iMacs, iPads, Androids, and other devices. This unprecedented visibility allows optimising of network resources and maintaining optimal network performance.

Unified software architecture
The Meraki MS210-48 runs on the same Meraki operating system used by all of Meraki’s products. The use of a common operating system allows Meraki to deliver a consistent experience across all product lines. When connected, the Meraki MS210-48 switch automatically connects to the Meraki cloud, downloads configurations, and joins the appropriate network. If new firmware is required, this is retrieved by the switch and updated automatically. This ensures the network is kept up-to date with bug fixes, security updates, and new features.

Simplified management and operations
Meraki’s cloud-managed architecture makes it simpler than ever to quickly provision and reconfigure switch ports with security, QoS, and other parameters. The Meraki dashboard provides unified policies, event logs, and monitoring, which make it easy to manage and grow large network deployments. By providing a complete, powerful set of management functions over the web, Meraki’s cloud-based management eliminates the need for proprietary command line configuration interfaces which require expensive and time consuming certifications. The MS210-48 can be fully deployed and provisioned in minutes, without requiring any local configuration or staging. Additional or replacement switches can be sent to remote offices and installed by non-technical staff, saving thousands of dollars in time and travel expenses. The Meraki MS210-48 also includes several remote diagnostic features, from network connectivity and cable integrity tests to latency measurement tools. For deep client troubleshooting, administrators can even perform per-port remote PCAP packet captures without any additional probes or hardware on site.

Designed for reliability and environmental efficiency
The Meraki MS210-48 was designed for reliable, long-lived operation in wiring closet environments, which may be prone to high temperatures and limited ventilation. By minimising total component count and only using proven switching silicon, Meraki is able to deliver highly reliable products with exceptional mean time between failure (MTBF) ratings. Each Meraki MS210-48 switch also operates with a split-plane architecture, where silicon-based switching and data forwarding are separated from software-based control and management. By decoupling the underlying switching logic from control, each unit is able to deliver wire-speed switching even when advanced software features such as Layer 7 host and OS fingerprinting are enabled. Finally, the highly integrated design of the MS210-48 switch results in power and cooling savings in large deployment environments of 30-60% when compared with similar managed Gigabit switches.

Distributed branches and remote sites
Meraki’s cloud-based system makes it easy to manage a single switch, or thousands of distributed switches, from a single interface.

  • Troubleshoot problems remotely (e.g. find which port has a bad cable attached).
  • Add or replace switches without having to send a technician onsite.
  • Switches automatically download their current configuration as soon as they are connected to the network.
  • Receive email alerts or SMS messages whenever there’s a problem at a remote site.

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