DES-3810 Series
Flexible Choices
xStack L3 Managed Fast Ethernet Switches

ƒ24 or 48 10/100 Mbps ports

ƒ4 or 2 combo Gigabit copper/SFP
uplinks for connections either in
cabinets or metropolitan areas

ƒSelectable software images provide
sophisticated feature set for your

ƒAdjustable switch databases for
different applications

ƒ802.1D/802.1w/802.1s Spanning Tree

ƒLoopback Detection (LBD)
The DES-3810 Series 24 and 48-port switches are the Comprehensive Security

ƒEthernet Ring Protection Switching
latest additions to the D-Link xStack family of next-
The DES-3810 Series provides users with the latest
generation, high-end, multi-service Layer 3 switches. security features such as Multi-layer and Packet

ƒRedundant Power Supply (RPS)
The DES-3810-28 provides 24 10/100 Mbps Fast Content Access Control Lists (ACL), Storm Control,
Ethernet ports and 4 combo 1000Base-T/SFP Gigabit and IP-MAC-Port Binding (IMPB) with DHCP
Ethernet ports. The DES-3810-52 provides 48 10/100 Snooping. The IP-MAC-Port Binding feature allows

ƒMulti-Layer Access Control List (ACL)
Mbps Fast Ethernet ports, 2 1000Base-T and 2 combo administrators to bind a source IP address with an

ƒIP-MAC-Port Binding (IMPB)
1000Base-T/SFP Gigabit Ethernet ports. The Fast associated MAC and also define the port number

ƒD-Link Safeguard Engine
Ethernet ports allow users to connect to other LAN to enhance user access control. With the DHCP
access switches. The combo ports provide users Snooping feature, the switch automatically learns

ƒDHCP Server Screening
with a much higher level of flexibility for dedicated IP/MAC pairs by snooping DHCP packets and saving

ƒBPDU Attack Protection
trunk connections between devices or core switches.
them to the IMPB white list. In addition, the D-Link

ƒARP Spoofing Prevention
Standard and Enhanced Images
Safeguard Engine identifies and prioritizes “CPU
The DES-3810 Series is embedded with two different interested” packets to prevent malicious traffic from

software images - Standard Image (SI) and Enhanced interrupting normal network flows and to protect
Image (EI). The Standard Image provides sophisticated switch operation.

ƒWeb-based Access Control (WAC)
features for campus or enterprise. It includes Identity Driven Network Policies

ƒMAC-based Access Control (MAC)
advanced Quality of Service (QoS), traffic shaping, The DES-3810 Series supports authentication

ƒCompound Authentication
802.1Q tunneling (Q-in-Q), IPv4 routing/multicasting, mechanisms such as 802.1X, Web-based Access

ƒIdentity-Driven Policies
Ethernet OAM, and various other security features. Control (WAC), and MAC-based Access Control for

ƒMicrosoft® NAP support
The Enhanced Image supports IPv6 routing, Border strict access control and easy deployment. After

ƒRADIUS Accounting
Gateway Protocol (BGP), and Multi Protocol authentication, individual policies such as VLAN
Label Switching (MPLS), which is suitable for membership, QoS policies, and ACL rules can
Triple Play
next-generation IPv6 networks or VPN/triple play be assigned to each host. In addition, the switch

ƒIGMP/MLD Snooping
applications in Metro Ethernet. In addition, the also supports Microsoft® NAP (Network Access

ƒIGMP Snooping Multicast (ISM) VLAN
Enhanced Image also supports Switch Resource Protection). NAP is a policy enforcement technology
Management (SRM). This allows users to optimize that allows customers to protect network assets from

the switch resources for different networking unhealthy computers by enforcing compliance with
Bandwidth Control
network health policies.

ƒGranular Bandwidth Control down to
1 Kbps
Enhanced Network Reliability
Traffic Management for Triple Play Services
The DES-3810 Series targets enterprise/campus The DES-3810 Series implements a rich set of

ƒThree Color Marker
and customers who require a high level of network multilayer QoS/CoS features to ensure that critical

ƒTraffic Shaping
security and maximum uptime. The DES-3810-28 and network services like VoIP, video conference, IPTV,
DES-3810-52 both support an external redundant and IP surveillance are served with priority. The Three
power supply so that continued operation is assured. Color Marker and Traffic Shaping features guarantee

ƒ802.3ah Link OAM
They also include other features, such as 802.1D the quality of these services when the network is

ƒ802.1ag, ITU-T Y.1731 Service OAM
Spanning Tree (STP), 802.1w Rapid Spanning Tree busy. With L2/L3 Multicast support, the DES-3810

ƒPort/Flow Mirroring, RSPAN
(RSTP), and 802.1s Multiple Spanning Tree (MSTP), shows its ability to handle growing IPTV applications.

ƒDHCP Auto Configuration
Loopback Detection (LBD), and Broadcast Storm The Host-based IGMP/MLD Snooping allows multiple

Control, that enhance network resilience. The G.8032 multicast subscribers per physical interface and
Ethernet Ring Protection Switching (ERPS) function ISM VLAN sends multicast streams in a multicast
minimizes the recovery time to 50 ms. For load sharing VLAN to save bandwidth in the backbone network.
and redundancy backup in switch cascading/server The ISM VLAN profiles allow users to bind/replace
attachment configuration, the DES-3810 Series the pre-defined multicast registration information to
provides dynamic 802.3ad Link Aggregation Port subscriber ports quickly and easily.

DES-3810 Series
Advanced Routing
xStack L3 Managed Fast Ethernet Switches
ƒ Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)
ƒ Border Gateway Protocol (BGP)1
Proactive, Effective Network Management
VPN Tunnel Service For Enterprises
ƒ Policy-based Routing (PBR)
To uphold enterprise customers’ Service Level The DES-3810 Series can also be used as a telecom
ƒ Protocol Independent Multicast (PIM)
Agreements (SLA), service providers must reduce the access switch. It supports many advanced features
Mean Time to Repair (MTTR) and increase service such as VLAN translation, Selective Q-in-Q, and
IPv6 Features
availability. Ethernet OAM features address these Virtual Private Wire Service (VPWS) that allows
ƒ IPv6 Neighbor Discovery (ND)
challenges and enable service providers to offer users to create L2 VPN tunnels through the telecom
ƒ IPv6 Management
carrier-grade services. The DES-3810 Series supports MPLS backbone. With L2 Protocol Tunneling (L2PT),
ƒ IPv4/v6 Dual Stack
industry-standard OAM tools, including IEEE 802.3ah, the DES-3810 provides L2 transparency to business
ƒ IPv6 Tunneling
IEEE802.1ag, and ITU-T Y.1731. Connectivity Fault subscribers through the ISP network helping reduce
ƒ IPv6 Dynamic Routing1
Management (CFM) provides tools to monitor and IT expenses by centralizing network management.
troubleshoot end-to-end Ethernet networks, allowing
ƒ IPv6 Ready Logo Phase 2
service providers to check connectivity, isolate
VPN Tunnel Service
network issues, and identify customers affected by
ƒ VLAN Translation
network issues.
ƒ Selective Q-in-Q
High Performance Routing
ƒ L2 Protocol Tunneling (L2PT)
The DES-3810 Series supports hardware-based, wire
ƒ Label Distribution Protocol (LDP)
speed L3 routing functions. For small networks, inter-
ƒ Virtual Private Wire Service (VPWS)
VLAN routing, static routing, and Routing Information
Protocol (RIP) provide an easy way to configure your
Available in future release
L3 routing environment. For mid-to-large networks,
Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) and Border Gateway
Protocol Version 4 (BGPv4) are supported for better
routing performance. The Policy-based Routing
(PBR) allows administrators to control the direction
of dynamic routing either for load balance or security
For L3 multicasting, the DES-3810 Series supports
rich Protocol Independent Multicast (PIM) protocols
including PIM Sparse Mode (PIM-SM), PIM Dense
Mode (PIM-DM), PIM Source-Specific Multicast
(PIM-SSM), and PIM Sparse-Dense mode.
Interoperable with IPv4 and IPv6
The DES-3810 Series is fully compliant with the future
IPv6 networks. It supports remote IPv6 manageability
from telnet, HTTP, or SNMP. It also supports the
IPv6 dynamic routing protocols such as RIPng and
OSPFv3. Additionally, this device supports IPv4/v6
dual stack and IPv6 tunneling functions, allowing the
DES-3810 to play the role of a bridge between IPv4
and IPv6 networks.
To create secure IPv6 networks, the DES-3810 Series
supports IPv6 ACL, IPv6 RADIUS, DHCPv6 Snooping,
and Neighbor Discovery (ND) Snooping functions to
protect the network from illegal IPv6 clients.

DES-3810 Series
xStack L3 Managed Fast Ethernet Switches
Technical Specifications
48 10/100 BASE-T ports
24 10/100 BASE-T ports
2 1000 SFP ports
4 Combo 10/100/1000 BASE-T / 100/1000 SFP ports
2 Combo 10/100/1000 BASE-T / 100/1000 SFP ports
Optional Redundant Power
Console Port
Out-of-band Management
Switching Capacity
12.8 Gbps
17.6 Gbps
64-byte Max. Packet
9.5 Mpps
13.1 Mpps
Forwarding Rate
800 MHz
800 MHz
Packet Buffer
1.5 MB
3 MB
Flash Memory
32 MB
32 MB
256 MB
256 MB
MTBF (Hours)
382,307 hours
375,189 hours
0 dB (fanless)
< 33 ˚C, 32.6 dB
> 33 ˚C, 42.3 dB
Heat Dissipation
79.85 BTU/h
123.78 BTU/h
Power Input
100 to 240 V AC, 50 to 60 Hz Internal Universal Power Supply
100 to 240 V AC, 50 to 60 Hz Internal Universal Power Supply
Max Power
23.4 watts
38.8 watts
Dimensions (W x D x H)
441 x 260 x 44 mm (17.36 x 10.24 x 1.73 inches)
441 x 309 x 44 mm (17.36 x 12.17 x 1.73 inches)
3.1 kg (6.83 pounds)
4.1 kg (9.04 pounds)
1 Smart Fan
(Default low speed)
Operating Temperature
0 to 50 ˚C (32 to 122 ˚F)
0 to 50 ˚C (32 to 122 ˚F)
Storage Temperature
-40 to 70 ˚C (-40 to 158 ˚F)
-40 to 70 ˚C (-40 to 158 ˚F)
Operating Humidity
10% to 90% non-condensing
10% to 90% non-condensing
Storage Humidity
5% to 90% RH
5% to 90% RH
Emission (EMI)
FCC Class A, CE, C-Tick, VCCI
FCC Class A, CE, C-Tick, VCCI
IPv6 Ready Logo Phase 2
IPv6 Ready Logo Phase 2

DES-3810 Series
xStack L3 Managed Fast Ethernet Switches
Software Features
Standard Image Features

ƒ VLAN Translation for single/double
QoS (Quality of Service)

ƒ CPU Interface Filtering

ƒ Stackability
tagged packets

ƒ IEEE 802.1p

ƒ SSH v2/ SSH v6

ƒ Physical Stacking 2

ƒ Voice VLAN


ƒ SSL v1/v2/v3
-Up to 1 Gbps Stacking Bandwidth

ƒ MAC-based VLAN

ƒ 8 Queues per Port

ƒ Port Security
-Up to 8 units per stack

ƒ Subnet-based VLAN

ƒ Queue Handling

ƒ Broadcast/Multicast/Unicast Storm

ƒ Virtual Stacking

-Strict Priority
-D-Link Single IP Management (SIM)

ƒ VLAN Trunking
-Smoothed Deficit Weighted Round

ƒ Traffic Segmentation
-Up to 32 units per Virtual Stack

ƒ Private VLAN
Robin (SDWRR)

ƒ IP-MAC-Port Binding (IPv4/v6)
-Strict + SDWRR
L2 Features
-ARP Packet Inspection
L3 Features

ƒ CoS based on

ƒ MAC Address Table: 16K
-IP Packet Inspection

ƒ Max. 256 IPv4 Interfaces, 32 IPv6
-Switch Port
-DHCP Snooping

ƒ Flow Control
-IPv6 ND Snooping

ƒ 802.3x Flow Control

ƒ ARP Proxy
-802.1p Priority Queues
-Supports up to 500 address binding
-HOL Blocking Prevention

ƒ Loopback Interface
-MAC Address
entries per device
-Jumbo Frames up to 10,240 bytes

-IPv4/v6 Address
ƒ IGMP/MLD Proxy

ƒ D-Link Safeguard Engine

ƒ Spanning Tree Protocols

ƒ NetBIOS/NetBEUI Filtering
-802.1D STP

-Protocol Type
-802.1w RSTP

ƒ IPv6 Tunneling
-IPv6 Traffic Class

ƒ DHCP Server Screening
-802.1s MSTP
-IPv6 Flow Label

ƒ BPDU Attack Protection
-BPDU Filtering

ƒ ARP Spoofing Prevention
-Root Restriction
-User-defined Packet Content

ƒ L3 Control Packet Filtering

ƒ Loopback Detection

ƒ Supports Following Actions for Flows

ƒ Ethernet Ring Protection Switching

ƒ IPv6 Neighbor Discovery (ND)
-Remark 802.1p Priority Tag
-Remark TOS/DSCP Tag

ƒ 802.1X
L3 Routing
-Port-based Access Control

ƒ 802.3ad Link Aggregation
-Bandwidth Control

ƒ Up to 7,286 IPv4 external routes
-Host-based Access Control
-Max. 14 groups per device / 8 ports
-Flow Statistics
-Authentication Database Failover
per group

ƒ Up to 1,821 IPv6 external routes

ƒ Three Color Marker
-Identity-Driven Policy (VLAN, ACL, or

ƒ Up to 3,575 IPv4 host routes
ƒ Port Mirroring
QoS) assignment

ƒ Up to 1,821 IPv6 host routes


ƒ 256 static routing entries for IPv4, 128

ƒ Bandwidth Control
ƒ Web-based Access Control (WAC)
-Port-based Access Control
entries for IPv6 2
-Port-based (Ingress/Egress, Min.
-Host-based Access Control

ƒ Policy-based Routing
-Dynamic VLAN Assignment

ƒ L2 Protocol Tunneling

ƒ Route Redistribution
64 Kbps)
-Authentication Database Failover

-Flow-based (Ingress/Egress, Min.
ƒ RIP v1/v2
L2 Multicasting
Granularity 1 Kbps)
-Identity-driven Policy (VLAN, ACL, or

QoS Assignment)

ƒ IGMP Snooping
-Per Egress Queue Bandwidth Control
-Supports OSPF v2
-IGMP v1/v2/v3 Snooping
(Min. Granularity 64 Kbps)

ƒ MAC-based Access Control (MAC)
-OSPF Passive Interface
-Supports 1024 IGMP groups
-Port-based Access Control
-Stub/NSSA Area

ƒ Time-based QoS
-Port/Host-based Fast Leave
-Host-based Access Control
-OSPF Equal Cost Route
-Authentication Database Failover

Access Control List (ACL)
ƒ MLD Snooping
-Identity-driven Policy (VLAN, ACL, or
-MLD v1/v2 Snooping
L3 Multicasting

ƒ Up to 1,024 Ingress Access Rules
QoS) assignment
-Supports 1024 groups

ƒ Up to 1,024 hardware IPv4 multicast

ƒ Up to 500 Egress Access Rules
-Port/Host-based Fast Leave


ƒ ACL based on
ƒ Japan Web-based Access Control

ƒ IGMP/MLD Proxy Reporting

ƒ Up to 256 hardware IPv6 multicast
-802.1p Priority
-Port-based Access Control
-Host-based Access Control

-MAC Address
ƒ IGMP Filtering

ƒ VLAN Group
-Authentication Database Failover
-Up to 60 IGMP filtering profiles, 128
-Ether Type
-Max. 4K VLAN groups
-Identity-driven Policy (VLAN, ACL, or
ranges per profile
-IPv4/v6 Address
QoS Assignment)


ƒ IGMP v1,v2,v3
- Supports 4K dynamic VLAN groups
-Protocol Type

ƒ Compound Authentication

ƒ DVMRP v3
ƒ 802.1Q Tagged VLAN
-TCP/UDP Port Number

ƒ Guest VLAN

-IPv6 Traffic Class
ƒ Port-based VLAN

ƒ Microsoft® NAP

-IPv6 Flow Label
-802.1X NAP support
ƒ 802.1v Protocol VLAN

-User-defined Packet Content
-DHCP NAP support
ƒ Double VLAN (Q-in-Q)

ƒ ACL Statistics

- Port-based Q-in-Q

ƒ PIM Sparse-Dense Mode

- Selective Q-in-Q
ƒ Time-based ACL


DES-3810 Series
xStack L3 Managed Fast Ethernet Switches
Software Features


ƒ Supports ProbeConfig Group


ƒ RFC2597, 2598 QoS Flow Actions


ƒ sFlow

ƒ RFC2932 IPv4 Multicast Routing MIB

ƒ RFC2697, 2698 Three Color Marker

ƒ RADIUS Accounting


ƒ RFC2934 IP Forwarding Table MIB

ƒ RFC2246 SSL

ƒ 3 Level User Account

ƒ BootP/DHCP Client

ƒ RFC3580 802.1X
Standard Compliance

ƒ Trusted Host

ƒ DHCP Auto-Configuration

ƒ RFC2866 RADIUS Accounting

ƒ RFC768 UDP

ƒ DHCP Relay (Support IPv4/v6)

ƒ RFC2138, 2139, 2865, 2618 RADIUS Auth
Operation, Administration & Management

ƒ RFC791 IP

ƒ DHCP Relay Option 60, 61, 82
for Mgmt Access

ƒ RFC792 ICMPv4

ƒ RFC1492 TACACS+ Auth for Mgmt
ƒ Loopback Diagnostics

ƒ DHCP Server

ƒ RFC2463, 4443 ICMPv6

ƒ Cable Diagnostics

ƒ Flash File System for multiple images

ƒ RFC793 TCP

ƒ RFC2068, 2616 Web-based GUI

and configurations
ƒ 802.3ah Ethernet Link OAM

ƒ RFC826 ARP

ƒ RFC854 Telnet Server

ƒ D-Link Unidirectional Link Detection
ƒ CPU Monitoring

ƒ RFC1321, 2284, 2865, 2716, 3580, 3748

ƒ DNS Relay

ƒ RFC1519 CIDR
Extensible Authentication Protocol

ƒ RFC 2474, 3168, 3260 Definition of the
ƒ Broadcast/Multicast/Unicast Storm


ƒ Password Recovery
DS Field in the IPv4 and IPv6 Headers

ƒ RFC2571 SNMP Framework

ƒ RFC783, 1350 TFTP Client
ƒ Dying Gasp

ƒ Password Encryption

ƒ RFC2572 SNMP Message Processing

ƒ RFC1157, 1901, 1908, 2570, 2574, 2575
ƒ 802.1ag Connectivity Fault

ƒ Microsoft® NLB (Network Load
and Dispatching
Management (CFM)

ƒ RFC2573 SNMP Applications

ƒ RFC3164 System Log
ƒ ITU-T Y.1731

ƒ Ping (Supports IPv4/v6)

ƒ RFC2574 User-based Security Model

ƒ Traceroute (Supports IPv4/v6)

ƒ RFC2819 RMON v1
for SNMPv3
Green Features


ƒ RFC3176 sFlow

ƒ RFC1981 Path MTU Discovery for IPv6

ƒ Power Saving by Link Status 3

ƒ RFC951, 1542, 2131, 3046 BOOTP/DHCP

ƒ RFC2460 IPv6

ƒ Power Saving by Cable Length 3

ƒ RFC2461, 4861 Neighbor Discovery for

ƒ Power Saving by LED Shut-Off

ƒ RFC1065, 1066, 1155, 1156, 2578 MIB

ƒ RFC2131 DHCP Server

ƒ Power Saving by Port Shut-Off
ƒ RFC1769 Time Setting

ƒ RFC2462, 4862 IPv6 Stateless Address

ƒ Power Saving by System Hibernation

ƒ RFC1212 Concise MIB Definitions
ƒ RFC2821 SMTP

ƒ RFC1213 MIB II
ƒ ITU-T Y.1731

ƒ RFC2464 IPv6 over Ethernet and
ƒ RFC1215 MIB Traps Convention
ƒ ITU-T G.8032

ƒ Web-based GUI (Supports IPv4/IPv6)

ƒ RFC1493 Bridge MIB
ƒ IPv6 Ready Logo Phase 2 router mode

ƒ RFC3513 IPv6 Addressing Architecture
ƒ Command Line Interface (CLI)

ƒ RFC1157, 2571-2576 SNMP MIB

ƒ RFC2893 IPv4/IPv6 dual stack function
ƒ Telnet Server(Supports IPv4/IPv6)

ƒ RFC 1901-1908, 1442, 2578 SNMPv2 MIB
Enhanced Image Features

ƒ RFC3056 IPv6 Tunneling
ƒ Telnet Client(Supports IPv4/IPv6)

ƒ RFC1757, 2819 RMON MIB
Advanced L3 Routing

ƒ RFC2328, 3101 OSPF
ƒ TFTP Client(Supports IPv4/IPv6)

ƒ RFC2021 RMONv2 MIB
ƒ BGP v4 2

ƒ RFC1112, 2326, 3376 IGMP
ƒ FTP Client

ƒ RFC1398, 1643, 1650, 2358, 2665 Ether-

ƒ RFC3973 PIM-DM
ƒ Remote Copy Protocol (RCP)
like MIB
IPv6 Dynamic Routing

ƒ RFC4601 PIM-SM
ƒ PPPoE Circuit-ID Tag Insertion

ƒ RFC2674, 4363 802.1p MIB
ƒ RIPng

ƒ ZModem

ƒ RFC2233, 2863 Interface Group MIB

ƒ OSPFv3 2

ƒ RFC1112, 2236, 3376, 4605 IGMP Proxy
ƒ SNMP v1/v2c/v3

ƒ RFC2618 RADIUS Authentication Client
-SNMP over IPv6

ƒ RFC4541 Proxy Reporting

ƒ SNMP Traps

ƒ RFC2620 RADIUS Accounting Client

ƒ RFC4363 802.1v

ƒ MPLS Label Management

ƒ System Log

ƒ RFC1027 ARP Proxy



ƒ RFC2925 Ping & Traceroute MIB

ƒ RFC2338 VRRP

ƒ RMON v1

ƒ D-Link Private MIB

ƒ RFC1058, 1388, 1723, 2453 RIP
- Supports 1,2,3,9 groups


ƒ RFC2475 Priority Queue Mapping

ƒ Switch Resource Management (SRM)
ƒ RMON v2

ƒ RFC1724 RIPv2 MIB

ƒ RFC2475, 2598 Class of Service (CoS)
2 Available in future release
3 For Gigabit ports

DES-3810 Series
Ordering Information
DES-3810-28/SI 24 10/100 BASE-T ports
DES-3810-52/SI 48 10/100 BASE-T ports
4 combo 10/100/1000 BASE-T / 100/1000 SFP ports
2 1000 SFP ports
Standard Image
2 combo 10/100/1000 BASE-T / 100/1000 SFP ports
DES-3810-28/EI 24 10/100 BASE-T ports
Standard Image
4 combo 10/100/1000 BASE-T / 100/1000 SFP ports
DES-3810-52/EI 48 10/100 BASE-T ports
Enhanced Image
2 1000 SFP ports
DES-3810-28 Standard Image to Enhanced Image License
2 combo 10/100/1000 BASE-T / 100/1000 SFP ports
Enhanced Image
DES-3810-52 Standard Image to Enhanced Image License
Optional Products
Optional SFP Transceivers
Optional WDM SFP Transceivers
Optional Redundant Power Supply System
SFP transceiver, 1000BASE-LX
WDM SFP transceiver, 1000BASE-
60 watts redundant power supply
standard, single-mode fiber, max.
BX standard, single-mode fiber,
2-slot redundant power supply
distance 10 km,
max.distance 10 km, 3.3 V operating
3.3 V operating voltage
voltage, Tx wavelength 1550 nm, Rx
8-slot redundant power supply
SFP transceiver, 1000BASE-SX
wavelength 1310 nm
standard, multi-mode fiber, max.
WDM SFP transceiver, 1000BASE-
Optional Management Software
distance 550 m,
BX standard, single-mode fiber,
D-View 6.0 Network Management
3.3 V operating voltage
max. distance 10 km, 3.3 V
Software Standard Edition
SFP transceiver 1000BASE-SX
operating voltage, Tx wavelength
D-View 6.0 Network Management
standard, multi-mode fiber, max.
1310 nm, Rx wavelength 1550 nm
Software Professional Edition
distance 2 km,
WDM SFP transceiver, 1000BASE-
3.3 V operating voltage
BX standard, single-mode fiber,
Optional Accessories
SFP transceiver, 1000BASE-LHX
max. distance 40 km, 3.3 V
Generic wall mount ear
standard, single-mode fiber, max.
operating voltage, Tx wavelength
distance 50 km,
1550 nm, Rx wavelength 1310 nm
3.3 V operating voltage
WDM SFP transceiver, 1000BASE-
SFP transceiver, 1000BASE-ZX
BX standard, single-mode fiber,
standard, single-mode fiber, max.
max. distance 40 km, 3.3 V
distance 80 km,
operating voltage, Tx wavelength
3.3 V operating voltage
1310 nm, Rx wavelength 1550 nm
SFP transceiver, 100BASE-FX
WDM SFP transceiver, 100BASE-BX
standard, up to 2 km multi-mode
standard, single-mode fiber, max.
fiber cable distance,
distance 20 km, Tx wavelength 1550
3.3 V operating voltage
nm, Rx wavelength 1310 nm
SFP transceiver, 100BASE-FX
WDM SFP transceiver, 100BASE-BX
standard, up to 15 km single-mode
standard, single-mode fiber, max.
fiber Cable distance, 3.3 V operating
distance 20 km, Tx wavelength 1310
nm, Rx wavelength 1550 nm
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Release 04 (June 2012)