2.5Gb Ethernet router chip
I guess 2.5Gb Ethernet is starting to show up, not only in new router chips, but some upcoming modems and fiber ONTs. When do we get 2.5Gb switches?
Netgear was launching at the CeBit 2016 their first 802.3bz or NBase-T Switch, called M4200 series
and later this year Q2 or Q3 they are going to launch the WLAN AP named WNDAP740 that is coming
also together with this NBase-T ports. Would be nice to get better wireless ac performance.
Core Switch for routing:
M7300 + Layer3 license - Bigger Core Switch
fully Layer3 routing static or dynamic (RIP,OSPF,VRRP,ECMP,ProxyARP,Multinetting)
M4300 - smaller Core Switch
fully Layer3 routing static or dynamic (VRRP,HRSP, RIP, OSPF, PIM, PBR)
M4200 Layer2+, NBase-T Switch for Wave2 11ac wireless access points
8 x 2,5 GBit/s PoE+ Ports
2 x 5,0 GBit/s (Combo Ports 2,5 GBit/s or 5,0 GBit/s)
2 x SFP+ 10 GBit/s Slots