DrayTek VigorSwitch G2280x is a Layer 2+ Managed Gigabit switch ideal for a network with growing network traffic. The switch has 24x Gigabit Ethernet LAN ports and 4x 1/10Gbps SFP slots. Link Aggregation is supported to trunk up to 8x ports and increase bandwidth as needed. The switch provides various types of VLAN for you to segment the local network and keep the traffic only at where it needs to go. Moreover, it supports VLAN routing to route the inter-VLAN traffic directly, shares loads of the router, and improve overall network performance.
10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet, RJ-45
1000Mbps/10Gpbs fiber slot
524x Gigabit Ethernet
64x SFP+ Port
Recognize traffic from IP cameras and IP phones automatically and add CoS tag for QoS prioritization.
Recognize the ONVIF devices, display surveillance topology, provide UI for video streaming and device maintenance. Learn more
Improve overall network performance by using VigorSwitch G2280x to route the inter-VLAN traffic directly and offload the router.
Improve network stability by avoiding IP conflicts caused by a misconfigured or malicious host. Learn more
VigorSwitch G2280x supports ACL by IP/MAC and 802.1x port access control with RADIUS to filter unauthorized hosts.
Improve the performance of critical traffic by prioritizing the traffic with CoS, DSCP, and IP Precedence tag.
Provides 10G-capable fiber SFP+ ports for aggregation or uplinking to the core switches.
VigorSwitch G2280x supports IPv6 by offering MLD Snooping, IPv6 ACL, and IPv6 DNS Resolver.
Easily manage and monitor the network through the web-based console with graphics showing ports and hardware status. See demo
Multiple Admin accounts with two levels of administrator privilege.
Set up VLAN easily from the router and get a centralized hierarchy view of the switches. Learn more
Compliant with IEEE 802.3az to reduce power consumption.
In a large LAN network, much traffic doesn’t go to Internet, but to the servers in LAN. For example, IP cameras store videos to NVR, IP phones register to PBX, clients access to file server, etc.
L2+ switch with DHCP server and VLAN routing functionalities, as the device receiving traffic before the router, is ideal to share the loading of your router and to help your LAN network to work continuously even when the router is offline.
As a DHCP server, VigorSwitch assigns dynamic IP addresses for up to 8 VLANs. With VLAN routing, VigorSwitch supports up to 512 routes.
As a DHCP Server, layer 2+ VigorSwitch helps reserving IP addresses for your important devices that most users will access frequently.
VigorSwitch keeps an eye on the environment and notify the administrator of any IP conflicts.
For a more stable network, VigorSwitch can’t only detect but block the misconfigured or malicious IP host.
Recognize the ONVIF devices in different VLANs, display surveillance topology, provide UI for video streaming and device maintenance.
VigorSwitch automatically detects ONVIF devices, and displays the topology of connecting IP cameras and NVRs.
Images filmed by IP cameras can be viewed directly on VigorSwitch.
Support ONVIF devices basic configuration/maintenance remotely via VigorSwitch. Such as remote reboot, factory reset, network settings, etc.
Locating Not-Responding Cameras Made Easy
It’s already difficult to manage several IP cameras across different locations and customers, not to mention to keep monitoring on which camera stops functioning.
To help on this task, VigorSwitch keeps pinging on the ONVIF IP cameras and taking snapshots from them periodically, and sends out an email alert with the latest snapshot when a camera not responding.
With PoE models, VigorSwitch can also provide first aid to automatically power cycle the particular port to reboot the camera.
|LAN Port||24x 10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet, RJ-45
4x 1000Mbps/10Gbps SFP+
|Console Port||1x RJ-45|
|Button||1x RST Button|
|Buffer Size||12 Mbit|
|Switching Capacity||128 Gbps|
|Forwarding Rate||95.2 Mpps (64 bytes)|
|MAC Address Table||16k|
|Jumbo Frame||Up to 12 KB|
|L3 Routing Table||6k static route + 512 prefix route|
|IP Version||IPv4, IPv6|
|Ethernet Standards||802.3 10Base-T
802.3x Flow Control
802.1q Tag-based VLAN
802.1p Class of Service
802.1x Port Access Control
|Max.Number of VLAN||256|
|VLAN Type||802.1q Tag-based|
|802.1x Guest VLAN|
|Real-Time Video Streaming|
|ONVIF Device Maintenance||Device Info, Reset Factory Default, Time Settings, Reboot|
|Number of QoS Queues||8|
|Queue Scheduling||SPQ, WRR|
|CoS (Class of Service)||802.1p CoS, DSCP, CoS-DSCP, IP Precedence|
|Rate Limit & Shaping|
|Access Control List||MAC, IPv4, IPv6|
|Storm Control||Broadcast, Unknown Multicast, Unknown Unicast|
|802.1x Port Access Control|
|IP Source Guard|
|IP Conflict Detection|
|IP Conflict Prevention|
|Dynamic ARP Inspection|
|DHCP Snooping with Option 82|
|Max. Number of Group||8|
|Max. Number of Member in Each Group||8|
|Traffic Load Balancing||MAC Address, IP/MAC Address|
|IGMP Snooping||v2, v3 (BISS)|
|MLD Snooping||v1, v2 (Basic)|
|Max. Number of Multicast Group||256|
|MVR (Multicast VLAN Registration)|
Layer 3 Features
|Authentication Server||RADIUS, TACACS+|
|RADIUS Attribute Assignment||User Privilege, VLAN|
|Web Interface||HTTP, HTTPS|
|Command Line Interface||Telnet, SSH v2|
|OpenVPN Client||Certificate-based authentication|
|User Authentication||Local Database, RADIUS, TACACS+|
|SNMP||v1, v2, v3|
|RMON Group||1, 2, 3, 9|
|LLDP||LLDP-MED, Media Endpoint Discovery Extension|
|Mail Alert||Port Status, Port Speed, System Restart, IP Conflict|
|2-Level Admin Privilege|
|Multiple Admin Accounts|
|Managed by VigorRouter SWM|
|Managed by VigorConnect|
|Managed by VigorACS 3|
|Config File Export/Import|
|SNTP (Simple Network Time Protocol)|
|Diagnostics Tools||Port Mirroring, Ping, Cable Test|
|19-inch Rack Mountable||Mouting Kit Included|
|Power Input||AC 100-240V @ 1A|
|Max. Power Consumption||25 watts|
|Dimension (mm)||441(W) x 197(D) x 45(H)|
|Weight||2.44 kg (5.0 lb)|
|Operating Temperature||0 to 45°C|
|Storage Temperature||-20 to 70°C|
|Operating Humidity||10 to 90% non-condensing|
|Storage Humidity||5 to 90% non-condensing|