HP J4817A Switch 2312 12-Port Ethernet Switch TESTED For Sale

HP J4817A Switch 2312 12-Port Ethernet Switch TESTED


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HP J4817A Switch 2312 12-Port Ethernet Switch TESTED:
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HP J4817A Switch 2312 12-Port Ethernet Switch TESTED
Model Brand HP Model J4817A Format & Standards Format Rackmount Standards IEEE802.3, IEEE802.3u Network Management Type Unmanaged Ports & Interface Primary Ports 12 x RJ45 Primary Port Speed 10/100Mbps Data Transmission MAC Address Table 4096 VLAN Support No Jumbo Frames No Details Buffer Memory 2 MB flash, 26 MB RAM/ROM capacity; packet buffer size: 6 MB PoE No Stackable No SNMP No QoS Yes LACP No Layer 2 Port Mirroring No Module Support No Power Voltage: 100-127 / 200-240 VAC
Current: 2.4 A/1.2 A
Power consumption: 36 W
Frequency: 50 / 60 Hz Dimensions & Weight Dimensions 17.4" x 8.0" x 1.8" Weight 6.0 lbs Environmental Temperature 0° to 55° C (32° to 131° F) Humidity 15% - 95%, Non-condensing Group Model 2312

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