|Product name||12-port 10GbE Smart Managed Switch|
|Switch class||Smart Managed|
|Total port count||12|
|10 Gigabit combo (SFP/RJ-45)||2|
|Switching capacity||240 Gbps|
|Forwarding rate||178.6 Mpps|
|Packet buffer||2 Mbyte|
|MAC address table||16 K|
|Power Input||100 - 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz|
|Max. power consumption||94.1 Watt|
|Dimensions||440 x 330 x 44.5 mm|
- Upgrades your network to 10GbE connectivity easily and economically
- Simplified configuration with user-friendly web-based management GUI
- Flexible 10G connection to 10G servers and network storage through both copper and fiber
- ZyXEL One Network experience enables simple network management and maintenance
- Dual firmware images and configuration ensure network availability
- Future-proofed with IPv6 support
When compared to Gigabit Ethernet switches, 10 Gigabit Ethernet switches offer increased scalability and efficiency for network infrastructure. The XS1920-12 comes with both 10GbE RJ-45 and 10GbE combo (RJ-45/SFP) connectivity, which allows easy and flexible upgrades and deployment of 10GbE networks.
With support for comprehensive IPv6 management features, the XS1920-12 helps businesses stay ahead of the competition and prepare for future IPv6 networks.Full IPv6 support features that include auto configuration, duplicate address prevention, dual-stack and neighbor discovery ensure a businesss network investment is protected.
ZyXEL One Network Utility
The XS1920-12 features the ZON utility to streamline network management. Administrators can check locations, assign IPs, reboot and upgrade firmware for multiple switches through a single platform. This eliminates the need for administrators to use direct access or expensive and overly specific network management tools.
To provide a network with increased availability and reliability for SMBs, the XS1920-12 features dual image to reduce down time when firmware is being upgraded.
Neighbor Device Discovery
As part of the ZyXEL One Network experience, the XS1920-12 is able to discover all connected ZyXEL networking devices, as well as other devices supporting Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP) so administrators can see what devices are connected, what ports are being used, device IPs and even firmware versions.
As with the entire smart switch series, theres no need for administrators to learn a complicated command line interface to manage the XS1920-12, which is able to act as a core switch in SMB networks. Administrators can easily manage the device through a handy Web-based tool.
Web GUI Redirection
Administrators occasionally need to update or reconfigure devices by looking up their IP address and logging in. Now, a simple click on the displayed devices brings administrators to the Web GUI for additional configuration. It is no longer necessary to look up the latest inventory list to confirm the IP address of a specific device.