QFX5100-48T-AFI - Juniper QFX 5100, 48 port 10G-RJ45 (10G copper) + 6 x 40G QSFP For Sale

QFX5100-48T-AFI - Juniper QFX 5100, 48 port 10G-RJ45 (10G copper) + 6 x 40G QSFP


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QFX5100-48T-AFI - Juniper QFX 5100, 48 port 10G-RJ45 (10G copper) + 6 x 40G QSFP:
$4,950


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QFX5100-48T-AFI - Juniper QFX 5100, 48 port 10G-RJ45 (10G copper) + 6 x 40G QSFPI also have Juniper Original 40G QSFP+, Please visit my store

The QFX5100-48T can be used as:

  • A standalone switch.
  • A Node device in a QFabric system.
  • A master, backup, or line card in a QFX Virtual Chassis.
  • A spine or leaf device in a Virtual Chassis Fabric (VCF).
  • CONDITION: Refurbished
  • FUNCTIONALITY: Fully tested
  • ACCESSORIES: CAB-AC x 2, CAB-CONSOLE, 4 Post Rack Kit
  • WARRANTY: 180 days

We have thousands of networking equipment in stock. If you can't find what you are looking for, please call or message me

We will provide all necessary customs documents for international shipping

WARRANTY
· Shipping cost is non-refundable unless the item is found to be faulty or damaged due to our error.
· There will be 25% restocking fee for the return of New Sealed equipment if the seal has been cut.

If you have any questions, please call 1-800-967-6609

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