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NETGEAR logoNETGEAR has announced twelve "affordable" managed switches, some with PoE.

The ProSafe Intelligent Edge M4100 series includes 12 fully-managed switches in desktop and rackmount form factors, ranging from 8-port Fast Ethernet and Power over Ethernet (PoE) to 50-port Gigabit Ethernet and PoE Plus (up to 30W) with power budgets ranging from 66W to 1,440W.

Key features include IPv4/IPv6 Layer 2+ with IPv4 L3 static routing, 16K MAC address tables, protocol-based Auto-VoIP and Voice-VLAN, ACLs, CoS and L3/L4 Diffserv prioritization, multicast VLAN Registration (MVR), advanced Multicast filtering with IGMP/MLD, Proxy and Querier modes and proxy ARP and Private VLANs advanced security.

NETGEAR ProSafe Intelligent Edge M4100 switch family

NETGEAR ProSafe Intelligent Edge M4100 switch family

All models are manageable via HTTPs web GUI and Telnet/SSH CLI and some models offer optional redundant and external power supplies.

Shipments start next month. Models and MSRPs are:

  • M4100-D10-POE, an 8-port PoE Fast Ethernet desktop Managed Switch: $350
  • M4100-26-POE, a 24-port PoE Fast Ethernet Managed Switch: $705
  • M4100-50-POE a 48-port PoE Fast Ethernet Managed Switch: $1,180
  • M4100-D12G, a 12-port Gigabit desktop Managed Switch: $310
  • M4100-D12G-POE+, a 12-port PoE+ Gigabit desktop Managed Switch: $960
  • M4100-12GF, a 12-port Fiber Gigabit Managed Switch: $1,090
  • M4100-12G-POE+, a 12-port PoE+ Gigabit Managed Switch: $1,190
  • M4100-26G, a 26-port Gigabit Managed Switch: $642
  • M4100-50G, a 50-port Gigabit Managed Switch: $1,099
  • M4100-26G-POE, a 24-port PoE Gigabit Managed Switch: $875
  • M4100-24G-POE+, a 24-port PoE+ Gigabit Managed Switch: $1,350
  • M4100-50G-POE+ a 48-port PoE+ Gigabit Managed Switch: $1,990

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