Ethernet Military Switch RESMLAC-28MG

Fully MIL-STD compliant

Key features
  • Managed miniature portable Ethernet switch
  • 24 Gigabit + 4 combo 10G ports
  • MIL-STD-461E, EMI
  • MIL-STD-810F/GM, Environment
  • MIL-STD-1275B, Power protection
  • MIL-STD-704A, Power protection
  • Data acquisition & transmission
  • Battlefield communication c4IsR
  • Rugged networks
  • Combat vehicles
  • Avionic & shipboard system
Technical information

Our Rugged Ethernet switches withstand extreme operating conditions of battlefield, marine and aerial environments


Catalog Rugged Ethernet Switch & Media Converters

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User Manual RESMLAC-28MG

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The mirroring feature is ideal for performing diagnostics by allowing traffic that is being sent to and received from one or more source ports to be replicated out a monitoring/target port. 
Port mirroring is available both with managed switches and Ring switches. 
Data is monitoring with a network monitor software.

The recommended method for accessing the switch is using a Web User Interface such as Internet Explorer.
This method is very simple. Just be careful by configuring the network parameters. Refer to the Managed Software user manual for details. 

Some models may also be accessed with a serial connection or also with a Telnet connection.

IGMP (Internet Group Management Protocol) allows hosts and routers to work together to optimize forwarding of multicast traffic on a network. 
Without IGMP, all multicast packets must be forwarded to all network segments. 
With IGMP, multicast traffic is only forwarded to network segments, which connect interested hosts. 

An IGMP snooping switch performs many of the functions of an IGMP router. 
Periodically, routers and IGMP snooping switches in active mode send an IGMP Query on each attached network. (The query interval is generally around 1-2 minutes.)

The IP address (Internet Protocol) is the unique identifier of each device within a network
The IP Address of both source and destination device is included in each IP message. 
They indicate the source and the destination where IP packets shall go. 

An IP address consists of four bytes (for example IP addresses are divided into two parts: 

  • a network part 
  • a computer part. 

It may be manualy or automaticaly (DHCP) assigned by a server device such as a server, or even a managed Ethernet switch.

MAC = Media Access Control 
Each Ethernet device has an assigned unique MAC address. This MAC address corresponds to the hardware unique name of the product. It may be compared with the DNA of a human. 
This address is fixed during production by the manufacturer and can’t be changed. 

Each Ethernet device inserts its unique “MAC” address into each message it sends out. The port on the switch used for a given MAC address is automatically learned when a frame is received from that address. Once an address is learned, the switch will route messages to only the appropriate port, instead of broadcasting messages out all ports like a hub. A time stamp is also placed in memory when a new address is learned. This time stamp is used with the aging feature, which will remove unused MAC addresses from the table after 300 seconds. If a device moves, the associated port on the switch will be changed (migrated) as needed. 

In most switches, up to 2,048 MAC addresses can be stored and monitored at any time.


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