Enterasys Layer 3 Switch - 48 Port - 4 Slot C5G124-48P2

Enterasys Layer 3 Switch - 48 Port - 4 Slot C5G124-48P2


The Extreme Networks C5 is a scalable, high-performance Gigabit Ethernet switch that provides support for the bandwidth-intensive and latency-sensitive requirements of today's demanding business applications. The C5 is an excellent choice for environments that require complete multi-layer switching capabilities and support for high density 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports and 10GE uplinks. The C5 also includes dynamic IPv4 and IPv6 routing and switching built into the hardware and policy-based automation capabilities for advanced edge deployments.


    • Future-proofed with 802.3at highpower PoE and IPv6 routing support
    • Automatic discovery and deployment of VoIP services
    • High-availability stacking assures reliable network operations
    • Automated management features reduce operational costs
    • Investment protection via comprehensive lifetime warranty
    • 2.11Tbps capacity and 809.5Mpps


    The C5 incorporates the new 802.3at high-power PoE on all ports, which translates into increased power provisioning for power-hungry devices such as Pan/Tilt/Zoom (PTZ) IP surveillance cameras, IP videophones, third party 802.11n access points and virtual desktops. Built-in high-power PoE support is a cost effective alternative for customers in place of purchasing separate PoE midspans, which can take away valuable rack space, add cost and contribute more cabling to the wiring closet.

    The C5 provides high port density in a 1U footprint and is environmentally friendly by design. The C5's overall energy efficiency is further enhanced by a low current draw and an extreme tolerance for high environmental temperatures. A highly-scalable architecture and a comprehensive lifetime warranty ensure that a C5 network investment will sustain a secure, feature-rich and cost-effective network well into the future.

    The C5's highly customizable Layer 2/3/4 packet classification capabilities work together with the 8 hardware-based priority queues associated with each Ethernet port to sup