2 intelligent RJ45 switch with 28 ports
With high port counts and 10G uplink ports that can be used to transfer multichannel 96 kHz data over extended distances, the SWR2310-28GT and SWR2310-18GT switches have been designed to support safe, stable network operation in system backbone applications. Optional SFP-SWRT-SR and SFP-SWRT-LR small form-factor pluggable modules allow reliable long-distance communication of multiple channels of 96 kHz audio data, up to a maximum of 10 kilometers with the SFP-SWRT-LR, significantly enhancing performance, dependability, and flexibility for commercial installations, theaters, stadiums, and other large-scale installations.
IGMP and QoS settings for SWR series switches can be automatically optimized for Dante network operation by simply clicking the “Dante optimization” button in the web-based GUI. These network settings are not critical in simple systems, but proper configuration is essential to ensure maximum stability in larger Dante networks.
Augmenting the VLAN functionality included in the SWR2310 series is built-in RADIUS server function. By setting up one switch as a RADIUS server and linking other switches to it, unauthorized network access can be effectively blocked for enhanced security, even in complex large-scale installations. Device authentication can be set up quickly and easily via a web-based GUI.
Effective Dante network management hinges on a range of parameters such as network traffic, switch status, and individual Dante device information. The dedicated Yamaha LAN Monitor computer application provides a comprehensive single-screen view of all necessary parameters when used with SWP/SWR/SWX series switches. We refer to this type of graphical overview as “network visbility.” You can even take a snapshot of the normal network status and set an alarm to warn you if any of the parameters changes, so that problems can be identified and resolved quickly and easily. The Dante Controller application can also be launched from the Yamaha LAN Monitor with a single click, providing a total Dante network solution on a single computer.