Outstanding usability and control
Easily manage your office network with 1GbE and 10GbE switches that offer enterprise-class features and intuitive, GUI-based management.
Elegant interface, effortless management
The intuitive graphical user interface (GUI) of Dell Networking X-Series switches makes setup and management simple for network administrators. Based on extensive usability testing, the design of everything from navigation to menu structures and help tips is inspired by the way IT professionals think and work, making the interface a pleasure to use regularly or occasionally.
Save time with smart features
Streamlined tools, step-by-step wizards and a customizable dashboard help you manage faster.
- Rapidly configure and tune network performance with purpose-built tools and wizards.
- Optimize traffic with automation — use point-and-click batch routines for specific applications such as unified communications.
- Gain visibility with a detailed dashboard providing a single, customizable view into common tasks, alerts, port status and network visualization.
- Skip the learning curve and use familiar commands and alerts similar to PCs and servers.
Minimize risk with enhanced visibility and control
Enhanced network traffic visibility and troubleshooting reduces risk of network downtime.
- Monitor and resolve issues with “actionable monitoring,” a guided continuous workflow from issue identification to resolution.
- Reduce configuration errors and eliminate extra steps with help from multi-port batch routines and port profiles for common devices.
- Optimize cloud services and onsite network applications with security and traffic-priority features.
Easy integration with your network
Pick the right switch for your network. Choose from a broad selection of models with rich feature sets and a variety of port counts. Power over Ethernet (PoE) and PoE+ models provide additional deployment flexibility, allowing you to connect, auto-configure and power phones, cameras, compact switches and other network devices.
|Dell Networking X1052|
|52-port smart managed switch with easy GUI-based management, plus optional PoE and PoE+.|
|48 GbE ports|
|4 x 10Gb SFP+ ports|
|PoE and PoE+ with X1052P model (24 PoE/PoE+ ports, up to 360W total)|
|Legend: S — Standard, OA — Option Available, N — Not Available|
|10/100/1000Base-T auto-sensing Gigabit Ethernet switching ports||48|
|SFP/SFP + fiber ports||4 SFP/SFP +|
|Power over Ethernet (PoE) ports||N|
|Power reduction for short cables or inactive connections||S|
|Autonegotiation for speed, duplex mode and flow control||S|
|Auto-MDI/MDIX mode and flow control||S|
|Switch fabric capacity:||Up to 172 Gpbs|
|Forwarding rate:||131 Mbps|
|Quality of Service|
|Priority queues per port||8|
|Dimensions (H x W x D)||1.71 in x 17.1 in x 10.63 in (43.5 mm x 434.0 mm x 270.0 mm)|
|Unit weight:||3.80 Kg|
|Port attributes:||Supports Virtual Cable Diagnostics by Marvell™ and fiber transceiver diagnostics to provide advanced troubleshooting capabilities for your cable infrastructure|
|Integrated LEDs for improved visual monitoring and analysis|
|Performance||MAC addresses: 16K|
|Packet buffer memory: 1 Mb|
|VLAN:||Supports up to 4096 port-based VLANs. Honors all 4096 VLAN tags.|
|Quality of service:||Honor 802.1p values and honor IP DSCP values|
|Supports strict priority and configurable weighted round robin (WRR) scheduling across queues|
|Link aggregation:||Industry-standard link aggregation adhering to IEEE 802.3ad standards (static and dynamic, LACP)|
|Supports 12 link aggregation groups and up to 4 ports per group|
|Management:||Local password and restricted IP addresses for secure access to the switch Port mirroring provides the capability of mirroring 8 source ports and VLAN mirroring to improve network traffic monitoring and troubleshooting.|
|Internal DHCP Server:||DHCP client support allows for simplified IP address assignment when used with a DHCP server|
|Switch software can be easily uploaded to the switch through the web-management interface|
|Configurations can be easily uploaded to and from the switch through the intuitive web-management interface|
|Port statistics available through industry-standard RMON|
|Switch is factory-configured as an unmanaged switch, but can be easily configured as a web-managed switch with the push of a button|
|Jumbo frame support for packets up to 9,000 bytes|
|Broadcast storm control to help eliminate network traffic storms|
|Environmental operating conditions:||100% Lead-free|
|Operating temperature: 32° to 113°F (0° to 45°C)|
|Storage temperature: -20º C to 70º C (-4º F to 158º F)|
|Operating relative humidity: 10% to 90% noncondensing|
|Standards and additional features supported:||IEEE 802.3ac — VLAN tagging|
|IEEE 802.3ad — Link aggregation with static LAG support|
|IEEE 802.1W — Rapid Spanning Tree (1)|
|IEEE 802.1D — Spanning Tree (1)|
|IEEE 802.1Q — Port-based VLANs|
|IEEE 802.1v — Protocol-based VLANs|
|IEEE 802.1p — Ethernet priority with user provisioning and mapping|
|IEEE 802.1X — Port authentication|
|IEEE 802.3x — Flow control|
|RFC 826 — ARP|
|RFC 854 — Telnet|
|RFC 855 — Telnet option|
|RFC 1155 — SMIv1|
|RFC 1157 — SNMP|
|RFC 1213 — MIB II — Updated by RFC’s 2011, 2012 and 2013|
|RFC 2579 — Textual conventions for SMI v2|
|RFC 2580 — Conformance statements for SMI v2|
|RFC 2819 — RMON|
|RFC 3164 — BSD Syslog Protocol|
|RFC 3416 — Management Information Base (MIB) for the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) (December 2002)|
|RFC 768 — UDP|
|RFC 783 — TFTP|
|RFC 791 — IP|
|RFC 792 — ICMP|
|RFC 793 — TCP|
|RFC 951 — BOOTP|
|RFC 1533 — Including 1534, Interoperation between BOOTP and DHCP|
|RFC 2131 — Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol|
|RFC 2132 — DHCP options and BOOTP vendor extensions|
|RFC 950 — Internet Standard Subnetting Procedure|
|RFC 1123 — Requirements for internet hosts|
|RFC 1042 — A standards for transmission of IP datagrams over IEEE 802 networks|
|RFC 1071 — Computing the internet checksum|
|IPv4 and IPv6 Static routing|
|USB support for update of firmware/configuration|
|Auto-update of firmware and configuration, from TFTP server/USB|
|Authentication via TACACS+ server|
|Dynamic ARP Inspection|
|Unidirectional Link Detection (UDLD)|
|Multiple Spanning Tree (MSTP)|
|LLDP and LLDP-MED|
|Port Profile (built-in scripts)|