September 08, 2011 by EH Staff
All 8 ports deliver IEEE 802.3af POE support for powering 802.3af-compliant devices via network cable at the maximum power of 15.4W per port. The XMS-1008P is an excellent choice for expanding your wired network or setting up a VoIP, multimedia or extreme gaming environment with POE enabled devices.
Use the XMS-1008P To:
• Combine the Benefits of POE with Gigabit Technology
• Simplify POE Device Installation, While Enhancing Network Performance
• Provide Intuitive Network Management and Optimization Capabilities
• Optimize and Protect Your Network with VLAN, QoS and Security Features
• 8 10/100/1000Mbps RJ45 Ports with Integrated POE
• All 8 Ports Can Deliver 15.4W of Power (IEEE 802.3af)
• Remote Reboot of POE Devices
• 2 Independent 10/100/1000BASE-T/SFP Ports
• Full-Duplex Flow Control
• NWay Auto Negotiation
• Auto uplink (MDI/MDI-X)
• Port Based Authentication
• Quality of Service (QoS)
• Port Based and 802.1Q VLAN Support
• Simple XenConnect™ Plug and Play
• Intuitive XenSmart™ Web Based Management
• 19” Rack-Mountable Metal Enclosure
Luxul is a leading innovator of high performance networking solutions for implementing superior residential, commercial, industrial and mobile military network solutions. Designed for use in residential and commercial environments, the new Luxul Xen family offers a complete line of pre-configured modular solutions that simplify network design and deployment—resulting in a scalable network that is both powerful and easy to install. The complete Luxul Xen line includes High Performance Wireless Access Points, Gigabit Ethernet Switches, Commercial Grade Routers, and Power-Over-Ethernet (POE) solutions for residential or business networks. In addition to the Luxul Xen family, the company also offers a line of rugged solutions for mobile network deployments. For a complete list or Luxul products, visit http://www.luxul.com. Luxul products are widely used in residential, hospitality, healthcare, mining, military/defense, education, and mesh networking applications.
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