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Cisco Meraki MS210-48 Switch.

Cisco Meraki MS210-48 Switch

Cisco Meraki MS210-48 Switch Features

Cisco Meraki MS210 Series Switches Features

Stackable access switches with 1G SFP uplinks, designed for the branch and campus


Cisco Meraki MS210 switches provide Layer 2 access switching for branch and small campus locations. The MS210 includes 4 x 1G SFP uplinks and physically stacks with the MS225 to gain access to its 10G uplink. This family also supports an optional, rack-mountable PSU (Cisco RPS-2300) for power redundancy requirements.

All Meraki switches are managed through an elegant, intuitive cloud-based interface, rather than cryptic command line.

To bring up a Meraki switch, simply plug it in. Meraki switches do not require CLI for switch configuration or port management.

Meraki’s centralized management platform gives administrators granular visibility into their network. Our dashboard helps you keep track of every configuration change in your network with our detailed event and change logs.


Cloud management has a number of benefits that make it easier to build networks large and small:

  • Automatic email alerts from power loss, downtime, excessive Layer 1 errors, or configuration changes
  • Powerful remote diagnostic tools such as packet capture to help isolate and troubleshoot network issues
  • Role-based administration
  • Firmware upgrades and enhancements from the Meraki cloud
  • Virtual Stacking enables switch port configuration changes on the dashboard interface without the need to physically stack switches
  • Incredible network transparency with application, operating system, client, and hostname visibility
  • Zero-touch provisioning for rapid deployment across sites

Cisco Meraki MS210-48 Switch Specifications

Managed via the Web with the Meraki cloud management platform
Integrated with Meraki Wireless and complete portfolio of IT products and solutions
Zero-touch remote provisioning (no staging needed)
Detailed historical per-port and per-client usage statistics
Operating System, device, and hostname fingerprinting
SNMP and SYSLOG support for integration with other network management solutions
Automatic firmware upgrades with scheduling control

Remote Diagnostics
Email, SMS and Mobile push notification alerts 1
Ping, traceroute, cable testing, and link failure detection with alerting
Remote packet capture
Dynamic and interactive network discovery and topology
Combined event and configuration change logs with instant search

Physically stack up to 8 switches with 80 Gbps of stacking bandwidth on all models
Virtual Stacking supports thousands of switch ports in a single logical stack for unified
management, monitoring, and configuration
Stacking-compatible with the MS225

Ethernet Switching Capabilities
802.1p Quality of Service, 8 queues (w/ 6 configurable for DSCP-to-CoS mapping)
802.1Q VLAN and trunking support for up to 4,094 VLANs
802.1w, 802.1D Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP, STP)
STP Enhancements: BPDU guard, Root guard, Loop guard, UDLD
Broadcast storm control
802.1ab Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP) and Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP)
802.3ad Link aggregation with up to 8 ports per aggregate, Multichassis aggregates
supported on stacked switches
Port mirroring
IGMP snooping for multicast filtering
MAC forwarding entries: 16K on 24-port models, 32K on 48-port models

Switching capacity: 56Gbps on 24-port models, 104Gbps on 48-port models
Forwarding rate: 41.67mpps on 24-port models, 77.38mpps on 48-port models
Jumbo frame support (9578 byte Ethernet frame)
Flow control support

Power input: 100 – 240 VAC, 47-63 Hz
Power consumption: 15 – 882W
RPS interface: Requires RPS-2300 chassis, see Cisco RPS-2300 Datasheet for further

1U Rack-mountable with included rack mount hardware
2-post front mounting options available
Desktop-mountable with included feet

Operating temperature: -5°C to 50°C
Humidity: 5 to 95% non-condensing
MS210-24, MS210-48 feature fanless operation


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