VigorSwitch G2280x

Switch PoE+ Smart Gigabit Web de 28 portas


VigorSwitch G2280x

O switch que melhora a velocidade da rede

O DrayTek VigorSwitch G2280x é um switch Gigabit gerenciado de Camada 2+ ideal para uma rede com tráfego de rede crescente. O switch possui 24 portas Gigabit Ethernet LAN e 4 slots SFP de 1/10 Gbps. A agregação de link é suportada para troncalizar até 8 portas e aumentar a largura de banda conforme necessário. O switch fornece vários tipos de VLAN para você segmentar a rede local e manter o tráfego apenas onde ele precisa ir. Além disso, ele oferece suporte ao roteamento de VLAN para rotear o tráfego entre VLANs diretamente, compartilha cargas do roteador e melhora o desempenho geral da rede.

24x PoE GbE

PoE/PoE+ Gigabit Ethernet, RJ-45


4x GbE/SFP

Gigabit Ethernet, RJ-45/SFP Combo

400 watts

of PoE Power Budget

56 Gbps

Switchng Capacity


Buffer Size (Mbit)12
Switching Capacity (Gbps)128
Forwarding Rate (64 bytes)(Mpps)95.2
MAC Address Table16K
Max. Jumbo Frame (KB)12
L3 Routing Table 
1 GbE24
SFP+ (10G)4
Console (RJ-45)1
Standard Compliance
Ethernet Standards
802.3 10Base-T
802.3u 100Base-T
802.3ab 1000Base-T
802.3ae 10GBase-X
802.3x Flow Control
802.3 Auto-Negotiation
802.1q Tag-based VLAN
802.1p Class of Service
802.1d STP
802.1w RSTP
802.1s MSTP
802.3ad LACP
802.1ad QinQ
802.1x Port Access Control
802.1AB LLDP
802.3az EEE
Spanning Tree
Link Aggregation
Max. Number of Group8
Max. Number of Member in Each Group8
TypeLACP, Static
Traffic Load Balancing 
Max. Number of VLAN256
802.1q Tag-based VLAN
MAC-based VLAN
Protocol-based VLAN
Management VLAN
Voice VLAN
Surveillance VLAN
QinQ (Basic) 
Layer3 Features
Static Route 
VLAN Route 
DHCP Server 
IGMP Snoopingv2, v3(BISS)
IGMP Querier 
MLD Snoopingv1, v2
Max. Number of Multicast Group256
Multicast Group Filtering / Throttling 
MVR (Multicast VLAN Registration) 
ONVIF Surveillance
Surveillance Topology 
Real-Time Video Streaming 
ONVIF Device Maintenance
Device Info
Network Settings
Time Settings
Reset to Factory Default
Number of QoS Queues8
Queue ScheduleSPQ, WRR
CoS (Class of Service)
IP Precedence
Rate Limiting 
Authentication ServerRADIUS, TACACS+
802.1X/MAC Authentication 
IP Source Guard 
Traffic ControlDoS Defense, Storm Control
Dynamic ARP Inspection (DAI) 
DHCP Snooping 
IP Conflict Prevention 
Loop Protection 
Local Service
SSH v2
Config Backup/Restore 
Dual Image 
2-Level Administration Privilege 
Access ControlAccess List
OpenVPN Client 
SNMPv1, v2c, v3
RMON Group1, 2, 3, 9
SNTP (Simple Network Time Protocol) 
Mail Alert
Port Status
Port Speed
System Restart
IP Conflict
Hardware Monitor
Device Check
ONVIF IP Cam Snapshot
VigorRouter Management (SWM) 
VigorConnect Management (Since f/w)V2.5.1
VigorACS Management (Since f/w)V2.6.1
Rack Mountable1U
Power InputAC 100-240V @ 1A
Max. Power Consumption (watts)25
Dimension (mm)441 x 197 x 44
Weight (kg)2.44
Operating Temperature0 to 45°C
Storage Temperature-20 to 70°C
Operating Humidity (non-condensing)10 to 90%
Storage Humidity (non-condensing)5 to 90%

Advanced Layer 2+ Features

DHCP Server & VLAN Routing
Improving LAN Network Sustainability and Efficiency,
with or without a Router

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.

Scenario of DHCP Server & VLAN Routing
Bind IP to MAC
Reserve an IP Address for an Important Device

As a DHCP Server, layer 2+ VigorSwitch helps reserving IP addresses for your important devices that most users will access frequently.

Scenario of Bind IP to MAC

IP Conflict Detection & Prevention

Conflict Detection

VigorSwitch keeps an eye on the environment and notify the administrator of any IP conflicts.

Conflict Prevention

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.

ONVIF VLAN Scenario of VigorSwitch P2280x
ONVIF Topology of VigorSwitch P2280x
Centralized Hierarchical View

VigorSwitch automatically detects ONVIF devices, and displays the topology of connecting IP cameras and NVRs.

Images Viewing

Images filmed by IP cameras can be viewed directly on VigorSwitch.

Device Management

Support ONVIF devices basic configuration/maintenance remotely via VigorSwitch. Such as remote reboot, factory reset, network settings, etc.

ONVIF Snapshot Alert

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.

Management Solution

All-in-One Management

Vigor Router SWM

Auto-Discovery, Provisioning, Monitoring, Centralized Hierarchy View, Reboot PoE Devices Remotely, Quick VLAN Configuration