Description: The Juniper Networks QFX5100-48T-DC-AFO Ethernet switch that comes with a sleek 4.37 x 44.09 x 54.54 cm size, the Junos operating system, and a host of safety approvals. This DC-powered Ethernet switch has 335 W power consumption. The energy-efficient device portrays 1.44 Tbps/1.08 Bpps switching capacity.
|Warranty:||1 year Networking-Hardware Warranty Included|
|Shipping:||Worldwide shipping via DHL, UPS, Fedex, and TNT|
|Repairs:||We offer repair service for the QFX5100-48T-DC-AFO.|
|Exchange:||Exchange credit for your defective unit available.|
Juniper Networks presents the QFX5100-48T-DC-AFO, an exclusive Ethernet switch that ensures fast data transmission in any data center network. To deliver high-end performance, this switch comes with a wide range of features like Static ARP support, local designated forwarding, 4,000 firewall filters, and more. It is powered by the company-owned Junos operating system. Redundant fans equipped with front-to-back airflow are included in the design of this powerful Ethernet switch. To enhance the energy efficiency, this switch has a switching capacity of 1.08 Bpps/1.44 Tbps and a power consumption of 335 W. The weight of this Ethernet switch is about 11.2 kg and it has a total size of about 4.37 x 44.09 x 54.54 cm. Youll get a rack-mountable kit in the box, which makes this device really easy to install and use. Safety protocols are ensured by Juniper Networks in the QFX5100-48T-DC-AFO with approvals such as the IEC 60950-1 (2005), GR-1089-core (2006), SR-3580 (1995), and more. With operating temperatures between 0C and 40 C, it is quite convenient to use even in harsh weather. Also, this device offers an operating altitude of up to 610 m and a storage temperature between -40C and 70 C. Some unique features of the Junos operating system incorporated in this Ethernet switch are BGP add-path, L3 VPN, MPLS, IPv6 6PE, and more. With features like OpenFlow 1.3 client, Junos space virtual control, and more, its quite easy to manage server virtualization. All these features also adhere to the SDN-related protocols necessary in an advanced Ethernet switch of the modern day.
MPLS LSR support LDP-based signaling Zero-touch provisioning (ZTP) Automation and orchestration 4,000 firewall filters