Ubiquiti EdgeSwitch Lite 24 Port description
The Ubiquiti ES-24-LITE EdgeSwitch is a 24 port layer 2 managed Gigabit switch to build and expand your businesses network. This Ubiquiti ES-24-LITE is a fully managed, delivering robust performance and intelligent switching for growing networks, while offering an extensive suite of advanced Layer 2 switching features and protocols, with the capability of Layer 3 routing.
Enhance your network infrastructure with the Ubiquiti EdgeSwitch Lite 24 Port, a high-performance and feature-rich switch designed to meet the demands of modern networking. The EdgeSwitch Lite 24 Port offers a wide range of advanced features and capabilities to optimize your network connectivity. Here’s an extended description highlighting its key features and the advantages it offers for your network setup
The Ubiquiti EdgeSwitch Lite 24 Port is equipped with 24 Gigabit Ethernet ports, providing a robust and reliable connection for various network devices, including computers, servers, IP cameras, and more. These ports are essential for accommodating multiple devices and facilitating fast data transfers.
- Twenty-Four (24) 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet RJ45 Ports.
- Two (2) small form factor plugin SFP Ports for uplinks.
- One (1) Serial Console Port.
- Non-Blocking Throughput: 26 Gbps
- Switching Capacity: 52 Gbps
- Forwarding Rate: 38.69 Mpps
- Maximum Power Consumption: 25W
- Rack- or Wall-Mountable
- Quiet, Fanless Operation
- DC Input Option (Redundant or Stand-Alone)
Switching Performance/Fiber Connectivity
The Ubiquiti ES-24–LITE EdgeSwitch offers the forwarding capacity to simultaneously process traffic on all ports at line rate without any packet loss. For its total, non-blocking throughput, this Ubiquiti ES-24-LITE support up to 26 Gbps and provides fiber connectivity options for your growing networks. The Ubiquiti ES-24-LITE include two SFP ports, providing up to 1 Gbps uplinks.
Comprehensive User Interface
Designed for convenient management, the EdgeSwitch Lite Configuration Interface allows administrators to configure and monitor switch features in a graphical user interface. For advanced users, an industry -standard command-line interface (CLI) is available through the serial console port, telnet, and SSH.