A local area network (LAN) refers to an internal wired network at a particular location. PCs, servers, printers, and other network devices are networked via high-performance Gigabit switches. This is where security and reliability are an essential part of internal communication. LANCOM offers fully compatible hardware and software components for state-of-the-art network infrastructures.
Genuine IT security means more than just protection against attacks from the outside. Internal interfaces need to be secure from intruders as well. The LANCOM portfolio of managed switches enables you to implement your individual security requirements for your internal network. Only devices and clients that successfully authenticate at the switch are granted access to the internal corporate network. This is ensured by secured access control on all ports as per IEEE 802.1X (port-based, single, multi, and MAC-based). The switches act according to your security specifications and they regulate:
Secure communication protocols such as SSH, SSL and SNMPv3 allow professional remote network management. The switch also supports the TACACS+ protocol for authentication, authorisation and accounting. This optimised solution promises maximum security for multi-site network management and monitoring.
LANCOM’s high-performance Power-over-Ethernet switches power PoE devices without any need of additional power-supply units or cabling. They support the two Power-over-Ethernet standards IEEE 802.3af and IEEE 802.3at (PoE+). Equipped with power in reserve, they are the ideal high-efficiency power supplies for devices with high energy requirements.
As LANCOM switches are fully compatible with the professional products from LANCOM, they are easily integrated into existing LANCOM network infrastructures. Network events are easy to monitor with the LANCOM monitoring systems LANCOM Large Scale Monitor and LANmonitor.
Thanks to the dual-stack implementation, LANCOM switches operate in pure IPv4, pure IPv6, or in mixed networks. This means that applications such as SSL, SSH, Telnet, and TFTP continue to operate on IPv6 networks. Supported IPv6 features include stateless auto-configuration, the discovery of neighbouring devices, and MLD snooping.