Dell POWERCONNECT 6224P with 24 10/100/1000BASE-T auto-sensing
Gigabit Ethernet switching ports; 4 SFP combo
ports for fiber media support; 10 Gigabit Ether- net uplink modules (optional).
Up to 15.4 watts per port (with optional
external power supply) on all 24 ports .
upt 10 Gigabit Ethernet uplink modules (optional)
48Gbps Stacking module (optional)
Auto-negotiation for speed, duplex mode and flow control
Flow-based port mirroring
Broadcast storm control
Switch Fabric Capacity 136 Gb/s
Forwarding Rate 95 Mpps
Up to 8,000 MAC Addresses
256MB of CPU SDRAM
32MB of Flash Memory
Spanning Tree (IEEE 802.1D) and Rapid Spanning Tree (IEEE 802.1w) with Fast Link Support
Multiple spanning trees (IEEE 802.1s)
Supports Virtual Redundant Routing Protocol (VRRP)
External redundant power support with PowerConnect EPS-470 (sold separately)
Optical transceiver diagnostics
The PowerConnect 6224P is one of Dell's most advanced switch offerings with advanced core switching capabilities for the small to medium enterprise. This 24-port Gigabit Ethernet Layer 3 switch is stackable and offers optional 10 Gigabit Ethernet uplinks and supports the latest version of the Internet Protocol-IPv6-enabling broader worldwide scalability. High performance stacking is supported for up to twelve systems, and advanced security and Quality of Service (QoS) features make this switch ideal for applications such as Voice over IP, Layer 3 routing, High Performance Cluster Computing (HPPC), and iSCSI storage.
Delivering significant rack density, the PowerConnect 6224P Is designed to give users the flexibility to maximize server and workstation connectivity in a 1U form factor. Up to 576 servers and/or clients can be connected in a stack of twelve 62xx series switches to provide the maximum density, flexibility, and manageability, and the stack is built on a 10/100/1000BASE-T Gigabit Ethernet switch.
The PowerConnect 6224P supports high performance stacking for up to twelve systems (each running at 48Gbps), which allows increased throughput to be added as needed without affecting network performance. With each switch supporting up to 136Gbps in switch capacity, the customer can have almost 3 Terabytes of capacity in a single stack of 12 switches.