Juniper EX4650-48Y-AFI/AFO Never configured. 4 post mount kit included For Sale
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Juniper EX4650-48Y-AFI/AFO Never configured. 4 post mount kit included:
Juniper EX4650-48Y-AFI/AFO Never configured.
You will receive the Switch and the 4 Post mount kit. C13 cable not included. You can use any C13 cable but Juniper recommends :
CBL-EX-PWR-C13-USHowever any decently made C13 cable that can withstand 15As will doMy house is very dimly lit, so took pictures outside for better lighting.
Switches were part of a small business that went under, these were purchased a little over a year ago but were never put in service.
For sale are two Juniper EX4650-48Y. I have BNIB components to make either/both switches AFI or AFO configuration (Air Flow In (back to front)) or (Air Flow Out (Front to back))
Please PM me the configuration you would like this shipped with. Once both switches are sold, i will sell my spare Fans and PSUs. If you are interested in the spare parts as well, let me know and I can PM you once the switches have been sold to let you know which spare parts I have remainingIf you purchase and do not PM me, I will PM you before shipping out to ensure you get the configuration you are looking for
Forty-eight 25-Gigabit Ethernet ports that can operate at 1-Gbps, 10-Gbps, or 25-Gbps speed and support SFP, SFP+, or SFP28 transceivers.
Eight 100-Gigabit Ethernet ports that can operate at 40-Gbps or 100-Gbps speed and support QSFP+ or QSFP28 transceivers. When these ports operate at 40-Gbps speed, you can configure four 10-Gbps interfaces and connect breakout cables, increasing the total number of supported 10-Gbps ports to 80. When these ports operate at 100-Gbps speed, you can configure four 25-Gbps interfaces and connect breakout cables, increasing the total number of supported 25-Gbps ports to 80.
For additional information on the switch specifications, please visit the juniper site directly: PM me with any questions you may have.