A Feature-Rich Controller That Can Deploy and Manage Up To 50 Neutron Series Access Points
Lets IT managers keep track of, map out, and create clusters of Neutron Series Access Points in the network. Gives network administrators the visibility to monitor, manage and adjust settings in real time. Controller interface displays usage reports for real time and historical client connectivity to each Neutron Series Access Point as well as traffic flow and load over both wired and wireless portions of the network.
Gives Network Administrators the Power to Manage PoE Usage on a Port-by-Port Basis
The Switch’s User Interface allows IT managers the ability to allocate just the amount of wattage they need per port to power specific PoE client devices to conserve as much of their Neutron Series Switch’s total PoE budget as possible. Including more Neutron Series Switches to the network gives administrators the ability and versatility to substantially and rapidly scale their networks and to provide just the right Neutron Series Switch necessary to provide wireless connectivity or surveillance in a part of the network previously unserved.
Unlimited Flexibility, Complete Scalability with ezMaster™
Expanded central management features are available for Neutron Switches and APs with ezMaster Network Management Software. Manage 1,000+ APs and Switches and an unlimited number of distributed networks across various cities, regions or countries, regardless of size, all from a single location. Neutron Switches provide future expandability for broader device connectivity and redundant management between Neutron APs and ezMaster with Smart Sync Redundancy (coming 2016).
Expand The Managed Wireless Network to Other Buildings On Your Property
Includes two (2) Gigabit Uplink Ports, as well as, two (2) Dual-Speed SFP ports to support transceivers for fiber cabling for connectivity to offices, buildings, or other parts of the network that exceed the distance capability of regular Ethernet.
The EWS5912FP is a Neutron Series Managed Wireless solution 8-Port Gigabit PoE+ Layer 2 Switch with 2 Gigabit uplink ports and 2 Dual-Speed SFP ports for fiber uplinks. As part of an EnGenius Neutron Series wireless management solution, the EWS5912FP through its browser-based GUI (Graphical User Interface) can discover, configure, manage and monitor up to 50 Neutron Series Wireless Access Points. The Controller mode of the Switch provides a suite of wireless management features for IT managers to configure Neutron Series Access Points. Features include clustering Neutron Series Access Points in clusters with identical policies, Access Point IP Auto-Discovery, remote Access Point rebooting for hard-to-reach / previously deployed units, and a host of visual monitoring features including topology and floor plan view modes for the mapping out and tracking of networks. The controller also features a statistics section for record traffic tracking and comparison between units or over-time comparisons.
The EWS5912FP includes bracketing hardware for mounting onto a standard switch rack.
AP Auto IP-Assignment
Assign an IP address range for wireless clients connecting to the network.
Full-Featured Layer 2 Manageability
Includes support for VLAN, QoS, IGMP/MLD Snooping, STP/RSTP/MSTP, Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP), SNMP v1/v2c/v3, and much more.
Switching Capacity: 24Gbps
Forwarding Mode: Store and Forward
Flash Memory: 32MB
8 10/100/1000Mbps Ports in the front panel
2 100/1000Mbps SFP Slot?
2 Gigabit Uplink Ports
1 RJ45 Console Port
PoE standard: Port 1~8 Support
IEEE 802.3at/af? PoE Capable Ports: Port 1~8 can output up to 30W
Power budget: 130 watts
Power LED x1
Fault LED x1
PoE Max LED x1
LAN Mode LED x1
PoE Mode LED x1
Copper Ports:?LAN/PoE Mode, Link/Act?
Environmental & Mechanical
Operating: 32 to 132°F / 0 to 50°C
Storage: -40 to 158°F / -40 to 70 °C
Humidity (non-condensing): <5% – 95%
Wireless Management Features (with Neutron Series Access Points)
Manages up to 50 Neutron Series APs
Access Point Auto Discovery and Provisioning
Access Point Auto IP Assignment
Access Point Cluster Management
Remote Access Point Rebooting
Access Point Device Name Editing
Access Point Radio Settings
Access Point Client Limiting
Wireless Security (WEP, WPA/WPA2 Enterprise, WPA/WPA2 PSK)
VLANs for Access Point- Multiple SSIDs
Access Point Status Monitoring
Wireless Client Monitoring
Wireless Traffic & Usage Statistics
Real-time Throughput Monitoring
Visual Topology View
Floor Plan View
Secure Control Messaging
Local MAC Address Database
Remote MAC Address Database (RADIUS)
Unified Configuration Import / Export
Bulk Firmware Upgrade Capability
* Mesh networking mode available soon as a free firmware upgrade
802.3ad Link Aggregation
Spanning Tree Protocol
– 802.1D Spanning Tree (STP)
– 802.1w Rapid Spanning Tree (RSTP)
– 802.1s Multiple Spanning Tree (MSTP)
IGMP Snooping v1/v2/v3
IGMP Fast Leave
– CoS based on 802.1p priority
– CoS based on physical port
– CoS based on TOS
– CoS based on DSCP
802.1X Port-based Access Control
802.1X Guest VLAN
Access Control List (ACL)
– Power on/off per port
– Power class configuration
– Power feeding with priority
– User defined power limit
SNMP v1 support
SNMP v2c support
SNMP v3 support
Command Line Interface (CLI)
Environmental & Mechanical
Operating: 32 to 122°F / 0 to 50°C
Storage: -40 to 158°F / -40 to 70 °C
<5% – 95%
Device Dimensions and Weights
Weight: 4.4 lbs
Width: 13.00″ (330.20 mm)
Length: 9″ (228.60 mm)
Height: 1.73″ (43.94 mm)
Maximum data rates are based on IEEE 802.3ab standards. Actual throughput and range may vary depending on distance between devices or traffic and bandwidth load in the network. Features and specifications subject to change without notice. Trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners. For United States of America: Copyright ©2014 EnGenius Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved. Compliant with FCC – This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his/her own expense.