Description: The data center router Arista DCS-7280QRA-C36S-R is equipped with 8 GB of system memory, a quad-core x86 CPU and 8 GB of packet buffer memory. The storage space can be expanded up to 32 GB. This router has a storage temperature from -40 to 70 degrees C.
|1 year Networking-Hardware Warranty Included
|Worldwide shipping via DHL, UPS, Fedex, and TNT
|We offer repair service for the DCS-7280QRA-C36S-R.
|Exchange credit for your defective unit available.
The Arista DCS-7280QRA-C36S-R is a superior-quality router built with an advanced event management suite and zero touch provisioning. For advanced monitoring, the switch is enabled with enhanced remote port mirroring, 14 sessions of port mirroring, SPAN/TAP M: N aggregation, L2/3/4 filtering and more features. It offers excellent network management with CloudVision, industry standard CLI, AAA, environment monitoring, Syslog, Telnet, SSHv2 and other features. When it comes to the design, the Arista DCS-7280QRA-C36S-R will never disappoint you with its 19 x 1.75 x20.6 inches compact size and 23.6 lbs weight. The router is equipped with 36 40GbE QSFP+ ports, 18 40GbE ports and 12 100GbE ports. It has fans with rear-to-front air flow to ensure proper cooling when the device is programmed for prolonged hours. The FAN-7000H-F/R fan tray of this router is all about durability. CPU and storage are two essential elements of any ergonomic data center router. This device comprises a quad-core x86 CPU, 8 GB of system memory and 8 GB of packet buffer memory. Moreover, it has an expandible 32 GB SSD, which you can use to enhance the data transmission capacity of the device. The latency from 3.8 us, 1.44 Bpps packets per second, and 3.84 Tbps throughput are all about speedy performance. The operating altitude and temperature of this router are respectively 0 to 10,000 ft and between 0 and 40 degrees C. The relative humidity and storage temperature are 5 to 95% and between -40 and 70 degrees C respectively. This router is a must for large data center networks.
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