Extreme Switch X435-8P-4S Wall Mount Kit
The ExtremeSwitching X435 Series are economical, standalone Ethernet switches suited to the needs of cost-conscious enterprises looking for a value-based edge solution. Powered by Extreme Networks ExtremeXOS, the X435 Series offers comprehensive Layer 2 switching, static routing, advanced PoE, role-based policy and comprehensive security services. This makes it ideal for enterprises looking for cost-effective Ethernet connectivity in their branch/small sites or at their network edge. The X435 Series consist of three 8-port compact Gigabit Ethernet switches and two 24-port Gigabit Ethernet models with up to 4 x 1 / 2.5 Gb SFP uplink ports. 8-port models come without a fan enabling quiet operation in noise sensitive environments. IEEE 802.3at PoE+ models are also available to power connected IP Phones, wireless APs, surveillance cameras or other devices. The family also includes an 8-port model supporting PoE pass-through that can draw power from an upstream PoE switch while providing up to 100W of downstream PoE to connected Ethernet devices.
Entry-level switches for distributed enterprises, branches and small sites
X435 Series switches support fanless operation making them ideal for classrooms, retail sites or other noise sensitive environments, especially outside the wiring closet.
Standard-based 30W PoE ports on the X435 can power Ethernet-connected edge devices, such as IP phones or wireless APs, without the need for additional electric cabling. Fast and perpetual PoE features also help speed powered edge device start-up while minimizing disruption during an X435 switch restart.
Fabric Attach on the X435 can be used to automate the connection to Extreme s campus-based Fabric Connect solution. Fabric Attach provides zero-touch edge provisioning and allows the X435 to take advantage of the virtualized services and inherent security capabilities of the Extreme Fabric Connect infrastructure.
The X435 supports role-based policies centrally administered through the ExtremeControl policy manager. This policy framework empowers network administrators to define distinct roles or profiles to represent specific operational groups that may exist in an enterprise. Each defined role can then be granted individualized access to specific network services or applications.