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IGS-2700 and IPGS-2700 series industrial switches


IGS-2700 and IPGS-2700 Series
Industrial L2+ Managed GbE Switches

The IGS-2700 and IPGS-2700 series industrial L2+ managed GbE switches are the next generation industrial grade Ethernet switches offering powerful L2 and basic L3 features with better functionality and usability. In addition to the extensive management features, the IGS-2700 and IPGS-2700 series also provide carrier Ethernet features such as OAM/CFM/ERPS/EPS/PTPv2, of which make them suitable for industrial and carrier Ethernet applications.

The IGS-2700 and IPGS-2700 series consist of 6 non-PoE models which are IGS-2704A, IGS-2706A, IGS-2708A, IGS-2708B, IGS-2710G and IGS-2712B, and 8 PoE+ models which are IPGS-2706A, IPGS-2708A, IPGS-2708B, IPGS-2710AT, IPGS-2710A, IPGS-2710G, IPGS-2712B and IPGS-2710AM, and 3 UPoE models which are IPGS-2708AU, IPGS-2708BU, and IPGS-2712BU. The series offer users with various options of port combinations and PoE++ budget, in order to meet different requirements in various applications.

The embedded Device Managed System (DMS) features provides users with the benefits of easy-to-use/configure/install/troubleshoot in the video surveillance, wireless access, and other industrial applications. The IGS-2700 and IPGS-2700 series are ideal to deliver management simplicity, better user experience, and lowest total cost of ownership.

Key Features

  1. Rapid Ring (R-Ring)
  2. Built in Device Management System (DMS)
  3. ITU-T G.8031 Ethernet Linear Protection Switching (EPS)
  4. ITU-T G.8032 Ethernet Ring Protection Switching (ERPS)
  5. IEEE 1588v2 PTP
  6. IEEE 802.3ah OAM
  7. IEEE 802.1ag CFM (ITU-T Y.1731 Performance monitoring)
  8. DHCP Server
  9. IEEE 802.3az Energy Efficient Ethernet standard for green Ethernet application
  10. IEEE 802.3af/at/UPoE Power over Ethernet
  11. IPv4/IPv6 L3 static route


  • Feature-rich Specifications to Support Various Applications

    The series deliver extensive industrial and carrier grade functionalities, including R-Ring, ITU-T G.8031, ITU-T G.8032, IEEE 1588v2 PTP, OAM, CFM, etc. The product series also have enhanced L2/L3 features for better manageability and usability.
    The PoE+(30W) and UPoE(60W) models provide advanced PoE features such as PoE auto-checking, PoE scheduling, and PoE power delay for users to manage the powered devices more easily. With extensive PoE+ mode configured, the series can even provide power with up to 38W per port.
    It offers users with better price/performance ratio in industrial application, and provide secure and reliable functionalities for metro/carrier Ethernet deployments.

  • Exceptional Precision with IEEE 1588v2 PTP

    The switch performs IEEE1588v2 PTP, with transparent clock capability, implementations in hardware, so there is no performance penalty on packet processing.
    The hardware architecture ensures low latency and high time accuracy – which is critical for delay-sensitive financial and mobile applications.

  • Superior Reliability through OAM and CFM for Service Assurance

    Service assurance is provided through a rich feature set of operations, administration, and maintenance (OAM) functionalities. It can simplify and facilitate the management of Carrier network, resulting in diminishing operational costs.
    The Ethernet access device also offers standards-based fault and performance management in adherence with 1731 PM and 802.1ag connectivity fault management (CFM) standards.
    These features contribute to significant reduction in operational expenditures and allows for troubleshooting without expensive truck rolls.

  • Easy to Install, Configure and Troubleshoot by Device Management System

    The DMS provides embedded functions to facilitate devices management at anytime and anywhere. Its user-friendly interface helps users to manage devices intuitively.
    It supports various IP device types (e.g. PC, IP-phone, IP-camera, WiFi-AP) for end users to enhance manageability and save time/cost during installation/maintenance stages.

  • Lowing Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) with Energy-efficient Design

    The switch is designed to help companies to save power needs and reduce TCO by Energy Efficient Ethernet (IEEE 802.3az). It can be used for customers to build a green Ethernet networking environment.


Port Configuration

Model Name Total Ports RJ45 10M/ 100M/1G Uplinks 100M/1G Console Available PoE Power Ring Mgmt. DI/DO
IGS-2704A 4 2 2 SFP RJ45 -- DIP 1/1
IGS-2706A 6 4 2 SFP RJ45 -- DIP 1/1
IGS-2708A 8 6 2 SFP RJ45 -- DIP 1/1
IGS-2708B 8 4 4 SFP RJ45 -- DIP 1/1
IGS-2710G 10 8 2 Combo RJ45 -- DIP 1/1
IGS-2712B 12 8 4 SFP RJ45 -- DIP 1/1
IPGS-2706A 6 4 2 SFP RJ45 120W DIP 1/1
IPGS-2708A 8 6 2 SFP RJ45 120W DIP 1/1
IPGS-2708B 8 4 4 SFP RJ45 120W DIP 1/1
IPGS-2710A 10 8 2 SFP RJ45 240W DIP 1/1
IPGS-2710AT 10 8 2 SFP RJ45 480W DIP 1/1
IPGS-2710AM 10 8 2 SFP RJ45 720W DIP 1/1
IPGS-2710G 10 8 2 Combo RJ45 240W DIP 1/1
IPGS-2712B 12 8 4 SFP RJ45 240W DIP 1/1
IPGS-2708AU 8 6 2 SFP RJ45 240W DIP 1/1
IPGS-2708BU 8 4 4 SFP RJ45 240W DIP 1/1
IPGS-2712BU 12 8 4 SFP RJ45 240W DIP 1/1

Hardware Performance

Model Name Forwarding Capacity (Mpps) Switching Capacity (Gbps) Mac Table (K) Jumbo Frames (bytes)
IGS-2704A 5.952 8 8 9600
IGS-2706A 8.928 12 8 9600
IGS-2708A 11.904 16 8 9600
IGS-2708B 11.904 16 8 9600
IGS-2710G 14.88 20 8 9600
IGS-2712B 17.856 24 8 9600
IPGS-2706A 8.928 12 8 9600
IPGS-2708A 11.904 16 8 9600
IPGS-2708B 11.904 16 8 9600
IPGS-2710A 14.88 20 8 9600
IPGS-2710AT 14.88 20 8 9600
IPGS-2710AM 14.88 20 8 9600
IPGS-2710G 14.88 20 8 9600
IPGS-2712B 17.856 24 8 9600
IPGS-2708AU 11.904 16 8 9600
IPGS-2708BU 11.904 16 8 9600
IPGS-2712BU 17.856 24 8 9600

Environmental Range

Operating Temperature Storage Temperature Operating Humidity Altitude
Fahrenheit Centigrade Fahrenheit Centigrade Feet Meters
-40 to 167 -40 to 75 -40 to 185 -40 to 85 5% to 95% non-condensing <10000 <3000

Dimension, Weights, Mounting

Model Name Dimension (WxHxD) Weight Mounting Type
Millimeter Inches Kilograms Pounds
IGS-2704A 62x135x130 2.4x5.3x5.1 < 1 <2.2 DIN rail
IGS-2706A 62x135x130 2.4x5.3x5.1 < 1 <2.2 DIN rail
IGS-2708A 62x135x130 2.4x5.3x5.1 < 1 <2.2 DIN rail
IGS-2708B 62x135x130 2.4x5.3x5.1 < 1 <2.2 DIN rail
IGS-2710G 62x135x130 2.4x5.3x5.1 < 1 <2.2 DIN rail
IGS-2712B 62x135x130 2.4x5.3x5.1 < 1 <2.2 DIN rail
IPGS-2706A 62x135x130 2.4x5.3x5.1 < 1 <2.2 DIN rail
IPGS-2708A 62x135x130 2.4x5.3x5.1 < 1 <2.2 DIN rail
IPGS-2708B 62x135x130 2.4x5.3x5.1 < 1 <2.2 DIN rail
IPGS-2710A 62x135x130 2.4x5.3x5.1 < 1 <2.2 DIN rail
IPGS-2710AT 70X168X130 2.76x5.3x5.1 1.2 2.65 DIN rail
IPGS-2710AM 62x135x130 2.4x5.3x5.1 < 1 <2.2 DIN rail
IPGS-2710G 62x135x130 2.4x5.3x5.1 < 1 <2.2 DIN rail
IPGS-2712B 62x135x130 2.4x5.3x5.1 < 1 <2.2 DIN rail
IPGS-2708AU 62x135x130 2.4x5.3x5.1 < 1 <2.2 DIN rail
IPGS-2708BU 62x135x130 2.4x5.3x5.1 < 1 <2.2 DIN rail
IPGS-2712BU 62x135x130 2.4x5.3x5.1 < 1 <2.2 DIN rail

Voltage and Frequency

Primary Power Supply - DC Input Voltage
Voltage Frequency
DC Nominal 12/24/48 VDC dual inputs (non-PoE model)
54 VDC dual inputs (PoE model)
DC Operating Range 12 to 48 VDC (non-PoE model)
48 to 57 VDC (PoE model)
  • Required >48 VDC for PoE IEEE 802.3af (Max. 15.4W) output
  • Required >54 VDC for PoE+ IEEE802.3at (Max. 30W) output
  • Required >54 VDC for UPoE (Max. 60W) output

PoE Power Capacity

Model Name Available PoE Power Number of Ports That Support PoE(15.4W), PoE+(30.0W), or UPoE(60W)
IPGS-2706A 120W Each of port 1 - 4 support PoE/ PoE+ within available PoE Power ( per port 38W by request )
IPGS-2708A 120W Each of port 1 - 4 support PoE/ PoE+ within available PoE Power ( per port 38W by request )
IPGS-2708B 120W Each of port 1 - 4 support PoE/ PoE+ within available PoE Power ( per port 38W by request )
IPGS-2710A 240W Each of port 1 - 4 support PoE/ PoE+ within available PoE Power ( per port 38W by request )
IPGS-2710AT 480W Each of port 1 - 8 support PoE/ PoE+/PoE++ within available PoE Power
IPGS-2710AM 720W Each of port 1 - 8 support PoE++ within available PoE Power
IPGS-2710G 240W Each of port 1 - 8 support PoE/ PoE+ within available PoE Power ( per port 38W by request )
IPGS-2712B 240W Each of port 1 - 8 support PoE/ PoE+ within available PoE Power ( per port 38W by request )
IPGS-2708AU 240W Each of port 1 - 4 support UPOE within available PoE Power
IPGS-2708BU 240W Each of port 1 - 4 support UPOE within available PoE Power
IPGS-2712BU 240W Each of port 1 - 4 support UPOE within available PoE Power


Electromagnetic Emissions (EMC)
  • SHALL comply with European Directives for CE marking
    (LVD with EN 62368-1)
  • SHALL comply with FCC Part 15 Class A
  • UL 62386-1will be designed, UL report is customer request
  • Other by Request

Software Features

Layer 2 Switching
Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)
  • Standard Spanning Tree 802.1d: Spanning Tree Protocol is an OSI layer-2 protocol which ensures a loop free topology for any bridged LAN
  • Rapid Spanning Tree (RSTP) 802.1w: Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol, which provides for faster spanning tree convergence after a topology change
  • Multiple Spanning Tree (MSTP) 802.1s: Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol. The MSTP protocol provides for multiple spanning tree instances
  • 802.1Q tag-based VLAN: Supports up to 4K VLANs simultaneously (out of 4096 VLAN IDs)
  • Port-based VLAN: A port member of a VLAN can be isolated to other isolated ports on the same VLAN and Private VLAN
  • Private VLAN Edge (PVE): Private VLANs are based on the source port mask, and there are no connections to VLANs. This means that VLAN IDs and Private VLAN IDs can be identical
  • Voice VLAN: The Voice VLAN feature enables voice traffic forwarding on the Voice VLAN
  • Guest VLAN: The IEEE 802.1X Guest VLAN feature allows a guest VLAN to be configured for each 802.1X port on the device to provide limited services to non-802.1X-compliant clients
  • Q-in-Q (double tag) VLAN: Business customers of service providers often have specific requirements for VLAN IDs and the number of VLANs to be supported
  • 802.1v Protocol VLAN: Classifying multiple protocols into a single VLAN often imposes VLAN boundaries that are inappropriate for some of the protocols, requiring the presence of a non-standard entity to relay between VLANs the frames bearing the protocols for which the VLAN boundaries are inappropriate
  • MAC-based VLAN: The MAC-based VLAN feature allows incoming untagged packets to be assigned to a VLAN and thus classify traffic based on the source MAC address of the packet
  • IP Subnet-Based VLAN: In an IP subnet–based VLAN, all the end workstations in an IP subnet are assigned to the same VLAN. In this VLAN, users can move their workstations without reconfiguring their network addresses
  • Management VLAN: Management VLAN is used for managing the switch from a remote location by using protocols such as telnet, SSH, SNMP, syslog etc
LACP Trunking Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP) IEEE 802.3ad: Controls whether LACP is enabled on this switch port. LACP will form an aggregation when 2 or more ports are connected to the same partner
  • Up to 26 groups
  • Up to 8 ports per group
GARP VLAN Registration Protocol (GVRP) GVRP stands for GARP (Generic Attribute Registration Protocol) VLAN Registration Protocol. It’s a Layer 2 network protocol, for automatic configuration of switches in a VLAN network
DHCP Relay
  • Relay of DHCP traffic to DHCP server in different VLAN
  • Works with DHCP Option 82
IGMP v1/v2/v3 Snooping IGMP limits bandwidth-intensive multicast traffic to only the requesters. Supports 1024 multicast groups
IGMP Querier IGMP querier is used to support a Layer 2 multicast domain of snooping switches in the absence of a multicast router
IGMP Proxy IGMP snooping with proxy reporting or report suppression actively filters IGMP packets in order to reduce load on the multicast router
MLD v1/v2 Snooping Delivers IPv6 multicast packets only to the required receivers
Multicast VLAN Registration (MVR) It uses a dedicated manually configured VLAN, called the multicast VLAN, to forward multicast traffic over Layer 2 network in conjunction with IGMP snooping
Layer 3 Switching
IPv4 Static Routing IPv4 Unicast: Static routing
IPv6 Static Routing IPv6 Unicast: Static routing
Quality of Service
Hardware Queue Supports 8 hardware queues
  • Port based: Traffic QoS by Port
  • 802.1p: VLAN priority based Layer 2 CoS QoS, Class of service is a parameter used in data and voice protocols to differentiate the types of payloads contained in the packet being transmitted
  • DSCP based Differentiated Services (DiffServ) Layer 3 DSCP QoS: IP packets can carry either an IP precedence (IPP) value or a Differentiated Services Code Point (DSCP) value. QoS supports the use of either value because DSCP values are backward-compatible with IP precedence values
  • Classification and re-marking TCP/IP ACLs: QoS by ACL
Rate Limiting
  • Ingress policer
  • Egress shaping and rate control
  • Per port
Scheduling Strict priority and weighted round-robin (WRR): Weighted Round Robin is a scheduling algorithm that uses weights assigned to queues to determine how much data will be emptied from a queue before moving to the next queue
ACLs Supports up to 512 entries. Drop or rate limitation based on:
  • Source and destination MAC, VLAN ID or IP address, protocol, port
  • Differentiated services code point (DSCP) / IP precedence
  • TCP/ UDP source and destination ports
  • 802.1p priority
  • Ethernet type
  • Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) packets
  • TCP flag
Port Security Locks MAC addresses to ports, and limits the number of learned MAC address
IP Source Guard Prevents illegal IP address from accessing to specific port in the switch
Storm Control Prevents traffic on a LAN from being disrupted by a broadcast, multicast, or unicast storm on a port
IEEE 802.1X
  • IEEE802.1X: RADIUS authentication, authorization and accounting, MD5 hash, guest VLAN, single/multiple host mode and single/multiple sessions
  • Supports IGMP-RADIUS based 802.1X
  • Dynamic VLAN assignment
TACACS+ Supports TACACS+ authentication. Switch as a client
Secure Shell (SSH) SSH secures Telnet traffic in or out of the switch, SSH v1 and v2 are supported
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) SSL encrypts the http traffic, allowing advanced secure access to the browser-based management GUI in the switch
HTTPs and SSL (Secured Web) Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS) is the secure version of HTTP
BPDU Guard The BPDU guard, an enhancement to STP, removes a node that reflects BPDUs back in the network. It enforces the STP domain borders and keeps the active topology predictable by not allowing any network devices behind a BPDU guard-enabled port to participate in STP
DHCP Snooping A feature acts as a firewall between untrusted hosts and trusted DHCP servers
Loop Protection To prevent unknown unicast, broadcast and multicast loops in Layer 2 switching configurations.
  • DHCP Server: Support DHCP server to assign IP to DHCP clients
  • DHCP client: The Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is a standardized network protocol used on Internet Protocol (IP) networks for dynamically distributing network configuration parameters, such as IP addresses for interfaces and services
Event/Error Log Support SNMP Trap/Syslog/SMTP
SNMP SNMP version1, 2c and 3 with support for traps, and SNMP version 3 user-based security model (USM)
Remote Monitoring (RMON) Embedded RMON agent supports RMON groups 1,2,3,9 (history, statistics, alarms, and events) for enhanced traffic management, monitoring and analysis
Firmware Upgrade
  • Web browser upgrade (HTTP/ HTTPs) and TFTP
  • Upgrade through console port as well
Configuration Export/Import update of the firmware controlling the switch
Port Mirroring Traffic on a port can be mirrored to another port for analysis with a network analyzer or RMON probe. Up to N-1 (N is Switch’s Ports) ports can be mirrored to single destination port. A single session is supported
IEEE 802.1ab (LLDP)
  • Used by network devices for advertising their identities, capabilities, and neighbors on an IEEE 802ab local area network
  • Support LLDP-MED (ANSI/TIA-1057) extensions
UPnP The Universal Plug and Play Forum, an industry group of companies working to enable device-to-device interoperability by promoting Universal Plug and Play
CDP Aware The CDP operation is restricted to decoding incoming CDP frames (The switch doesn’t transmit CDP frames). CDP frames are only decoded if LLDP on the port is enabled
s-Flow The industry standard for monitoring high speed switched networks. It gives complete visibility into the use of networks enabling performance optimization, accounting/billing for usage, and defense against security threats
Web GUI Interface Built-in switch configuration utility for browser-based device configuration
CLI For users to configure/manage switches in command line modes
Dual Image Independent primary and secondary images for backup while upgrading
NTP Network Time Protocol (NTP) is a networking protocol for clock synchronization between computer systems over packet-switched
Switch Management
  • SSH
  • DHCP Client/ DHCPv6 Client
  • Telnet Client
  • IPv6 Management
  • Cable diagnostics
  • Ping
  • Syslog
Device Management System (DMS)
  • Topology view: Support intuitive way to configure and manage switches and devices with visual relations
  • Floor view: It’s easy to drag and drop PoE devices and help you to build smart workforces
  • Map view: Enhance efficiency to drag and drop devices and monitor surroundings on google map
  • Display visual chart of network traffic of all devices and monitor every port at any time from switches
Find my Switch Search your real switches quickly and manage directly
Technical Support Online Provide technical assistance to the user remotely
Traffic Monitoring Display visual chart of network traffic of all devices and monitor every port at any time from switches
Trouble Shooting
  • Network diagnostic between master switch and devices
  • Support protection mechanism, such as rate-limiting to protect your devices from brute-force downloading
Power over Ethernet (PoE)
Port Configuration Supports per port PoE configuration function
PoE Scheduling Supports per port PoE scheduling to turn on/off the PoE devices (PDs).
Auto-checking Check the link status of PDs. Reboot PDs if there is no responses
Power Delay The switch provides power to the PDs based on delay time when PoE switch boots up, in order to protect switch from misuse of the PDs

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