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|Network Management Type:||Fully Managed|
Cisco Catalyst 2950
|Number of LAN Ports:||24|
|Type:||Easy Smart Managed Switch||Ethernet Technology:||Fast Ethernet (100-Mbit/s)|
|Form Factor:||Rack Mountable||UPC:||
|The Catalyst WS-C2950T-24 is one of a series of intelligent devices by Cisco and is a fixed-configuration standalone switch. This model was launched in 2001 and provides fast Gigabit Ethernet speeds of connectivity for consistent, reliable performance and high availability to the Internet’s edge. It is a great solution to manage work between different existing computers and platforms (especially if you are just looking at improving your present systems rather than updating the entire environment) and is relatively easy for a non-tech head to set up and manage. This is a mountable unit that provides 24 10/100 ports and two fixed 10/100/1000BASE-T uplink ports, and it has pre-installed enhanced image applications. The series has wire-speed desktop switches that come with Standard Image features and offer Cisco IOS Software functions for basic data, voice, and video services at the edge of the network. This series also has Cisco Device Manager Software embedded in it, which allows users to easily configure and monitor it using a standard Web browser, eliminating the need for more complex terminal emulation programs and knowledge of the command-line interface (CLI). You can easily initialize it with web-based Cisco Express Setup without using the CLI. This series of Catalyst devices gives security, reliability, and versatility in a relatively easy-to-follow unit. With the Network Assistant, you can probably configure and troubleshoot multiple Cisco Catalyst desktop switches, such as Cisco Device Manager, Cisco Express Setup, and Cisco Network Assistant, with a good working knowledge (but without needing a degree or years of training in IT). These switches from the Cisco Catalyst series have data Link Protocol and Fast Ethernet (100-Mbit/s), and they are compatible with PCs. Other features include monitoring, full duplex capability, uplink and VLAN support, and special manageable functions. The remote management protocols in this Catalyst series include various varieties of HTTP, RMON, SNMP, SSH, TFTP, Telnet, and more. Their power consumption is 30 watts when in operation, and the power source used is AC 120/230 V (50/60 Hz). They have a flash memory of 8MB and a RAM memory of 16 MB SDRAM, so they are fast too. Of course, all the units of this series are designed to be stackable. These measure 17. 5 inches by 1.7 inches high by 9.5 inches deep, weighing 7 lbs. The series can operate in altitudes up to 9.84 ft., and their maximum operating temperature is 114 degrees Fahrenheit, and the minimum is 32 degrees Fahrenheit. They are a great solution if you have a number of computers and other devices still working in a way that you are comfortable with 10 or more years, and rather than update the technology and software that you rely on and understand (and retrain staff), you just want to continue with your practices and smooth out and speed up the system. This series of units is a simple solution for ensuring your network continues to be robust, and it features top-of-the-line security, high availability, and traditional LAN switching.|
|UPC||5907176173437, 0746320500348, 0007463205003|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||74110519|
|Product Key Features|
|Network Management Type||Fully Managed|
|Number of LAN Ports||24|
|Ethernet Technology||Fast Ethernet (100-Mbit/s)|
|Additional Product Features|
|Interfaces||24 X Network Node-10base-100base-Texas-R&J Enterprises-45, 2X Network Host-Ethernet 10base-T/100base-Texas/1000base-T-R&J Enterprises-45, 1X Management-Rs-232-R&J Enterprises-45|
|Power Source||AC 120/230V (50/60Hz)|
|Power Consumption Operational||30W|
|Power Supply||Power Supply-Internal|
|Flash Memory||8MB Flash|
|Remote Management Protocol||Snmp 2C, Telnet, Snmp 2, Snmp 3, Tftp, Snmp, Ssh, Http, Rmon, Snmp 1, Rmon 2, Rmon 1|
|MAC Address Table Size||8k Entries|
|MAX Operating Temperature||113 ˚F|
|Type||Switch Managed Stackable|
|RAM Memory||16MB SDRAM|
|MAX Operating Altitude||9.84ft.|
|OTHER Features||Network Monitoring, Full Duplex Capability, Uplink, Vlan Support, Manageable, Stackable|
|Humidity Range Operating (Range)||10-85%|
|Status Indicators||Port status, link activity, collision status, port transmission speed, port duplex mode, bandwidth utilization %, power, link OK|
|Network Connectivity||Wired-Ethernet (RJ-45)|
|Max. Data Transfer Rate||1000Mbps/1Gbps|
|Min Operating Temperature||32 ˚F|
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The Cisco Catalyst 2950T switch was replaced by the Catalyst 2960 series. Because of that, the 2950 series switches can be found on ebay at exceptionally attractive prices, yet they have nearly all the functionality of the newer model. The 2950T-24 has 24 10/100 ports plus a pair of gigabit ports for the uplink. Two or three of these is just the ticket for putting together a CCNA lab. Every CCNA switching lab can be done on these switches. They're also built like a tank, totally reliable, and still perfectly suitable for use in a production environment. A console cable (and a computer with a serial port, or a USB/serial port adapter) is needed to configure them, as well as some knowledge of the Cisco IOS and being comfortable in a command line environment. In the default configuration they will work perfectly well as an unmanaged switch, but where's the fun in that? The configuration possibilities are endless, limited only by the administrator's knowledge of the Cisco IOS. The fans are a little noisy, but they were designed to be stuck in a closet somewhere. They are designed for reliability, not quiet operation. When I'm finished with my CCNA I'll probably use one in my home network. A bit of overkill, perhaps, but I know it won't give me any problems.