10 Gig switches?

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Re: 10 Gig switches?

Fri Aug 03, 2018 2:39 am

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keefe007 wrote:What are the preliminary specs of the new models?


First out of the gate is the WS3-14-600-AC and WS3-14-600-DC
NOTE: This is 600 watts to support 8 VH ports

(2) SFP+ ports
(12) copper 1G ports
- ports 1-12 support 24V and 48V
- ports 1-2 24VH
- ports 1-8 48VH

Door open sensors
External temperature and humidity sensor (included)
External relay switch terminals that are software controllable based on many factors

There is also some software features that will follow in later firmware release such as
Layer 3 routing
Bandwidth control
And more as the switch core can do Enterprise/Carrier features
After that the same version where the copper ports support 2.5G but will cost a lot more.


What are the thermal specs? We got a series of days with 38degree even in germany. So in an outdoor housing with direct sun ...

Just lost a switch.

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Re: 10 Gig switches?

Fri Aug 03, 2018 9:12 am

They will have the same thermal specs as all our switches have.

If you have a box in direct sunlight it should be white and vented if not a fan.
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Re: 10 Gig switches?

Wed Sep 19, 2018 9:09 am

Any update on availability of switches with 10 Gbps uplink ?

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Re: 10 Gig switches?

Wed Sep 26, 2018 4:02 am

@sirhc Any news on SFP+ switches ?

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Re: 10 Gig switches?

Wed Sep 26, 2018 9:41 am

jjonsson wrote:@sirhc Any news on SFP+ switches ?


Sadly the same.

The design is done (well maybe) but we are having some issues that are preventing us from moving forward to production.

Software engineer says it is the hardware engineer and the hardware engineer says it is the software engineer.

Both are pointing the finger at each other and I am in the middle, trust me I am as frustrated as you, probably more as we already have hundreds of thousands of dollars invested in development and nothing to produce and sell.
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Re: 10 Gig switches?

Sun Oct 21, 2018 12:51 pm

Any luck cooling the Softwave Vs. Hardware war?

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Re: 10 Gig switches?

Sun Oct 21, 2018 1:20 pm

Well turns out it may have been the hardware.

Waiting on a board spin with different memory, this week I am told.

If this fixes it then a production run would be placed within a month or two.

Then it is 3 months after that to do a production run to completion.
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Re: 10 Gig switches?

Mon Oct 22, 2018 7:52 pm

Do you still have any plans for the outdoor 'tower switch' models?

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Re: 10 Gig switches?

Sat Nov 03, 2018 5:06 pm

Do you have any pictures of the new switches?

What is the 10A relay for?

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Re: 10 Gig switches?

Mon Nov 05, 2018 10:16 am

keefe007 wrote:What is the 10A relay for?


To control anything external based on information in the switch.

You could control a fan based on temp/humidity
You could turn Christmas lights ON and OFF based on time
You could ignite an ink dye pack to deter thieves based on door open sensor - JOKE

It's a simple way to turn something external ON and OFF
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