David’s Cisco Networking Blog

Dec 28 2008   5:46AM GMT

Cisco offers new Catalyst 2975 Stackable Switches

David Davis David Davis Profile: David Davis

Cisco 2975 LAN Ethernet Switch

Cisco has announced that they are offering new Catalyst 2975 stackable switches. Cisco claims that these new switches can help to lower your TCO for Ethernet switches. These switches offer:

  • Integrated security, including network admission control (NAC)
  • Enhanced quality of service (QoS)
  • Resiliency to deliver intelligent services for the network edge
  • 48 10/100/1000 PoE ports and 4 Small Form-Factor Pluggable (SFP) uplinks
  • High-speed stacking for up to nine switches
  • Unified stack management to simplify management of the network access layer
  • Auto software image and configuration provisioning for plug-and-play hardware replacement
  • Network control and bandwidth optimization using QoS shaping, granular rate limiting, traffic classification, sophisticated access control lists (ACLs), and multicast services
  • NAC through a wide range of authentication methods and support for the Cisco Catalyst Integrated Security Framework
  • Common Cisco IOS Software with support for Auto QoS and Smartports
  • Easy network configuration and troubleshooting using Cisco Network Assistant software
  • Software updates at no additional charge

For more information see: Cisco 2975 Stackable Switches.

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