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The M4300 Stackable L3 Managed Switch Series comes with a variety of form factors, including PoE+ full provisioning. M4300 Switch Series delivers IPv4/IPv6 rich services for mid-enterprise edge and SMB core with mixed stacking between 40-, 10- and 1-Gigabit models. Layer 3 feature set includes static and policy-based routing, RIP, VRRP, OSPF, and PIM dynamic routing. M4300 is ideal for server aggregation, wireless access, unified communications, and Video-over-IP.
The Netgear M4300-48XF Stackable 10G Managed Switch (XSM4348FS) ethernet switch comes with 40G, 10G, and 1G models in a variety of form factors including PoE+ full provisioning. XSM4348FS Switch delivers IPv4/IPv6 rich services for mid-enterprise edge and SMB core with mixed stacking between 40-, 10- and 1-Gigabit models. Layer 3 feature set includes static and policy-based routing, RIP, VRRP, OSPF, and PIM dynamic routing. Netgear XSM4348FS is ideal for server aggregation, wireless access, unified communications, and Video-over-IP.
Installation Guide of Netgear XSM4348FS
1. Set up the Netgear XSM4348FSSwitch
Prepare the installation site so that mounting, access, power source, and environmental requirements are met. For more information about these requirements, see the hardware installation guide, which you can download by visiting Netgear's official site.
Install the switch using one of the following methods:
On a flat surface. Attach one of the rubber footpads that came with the switch on each of the four concave spaces on the bottom of the switch.
In a rack. Use the rack-mount kit that is supplied with your switch, following the installation instructions in the hardware installation guide.
Apply AC power. The Power LED lights solid yellow while the switch conducts a power-on self-test (POST). After the switch passes the POST, the Power LED lights solid green, and the switch is functional. If the Power LED does not light green, see the following information:
If the Power LED remains solid yellow, the POST failed. For more information, see the hardware installation guide.
Connect devices to the switch:
We recommend using the following cables and, if applicable, SFP modules:
Use a Category 5e (Cat 5e) cable for a copper port at 1 Gbps and a Category 5e or better (Cat 5e, Cat 6, Cat 6a, or Cat 7) cable for a copper port at 10 Gbps.
Use a NETGEAR AGM734 for a copper port at 1 Gbps.
Use a NETGEAR AGM731F or AGM732F for a fiber port at 1 Gbps.
Use a NETGEAR AXM761, AXM762, or AXM764 for a fiber port at 10 Gbps.
Use a NETGEAR AXC761 (1 m), AXC763 (3 m), AXC765 (5 m), AXC767 (7 m), AXC7610 (10 m), AXC7615 (15 m), or AXC7620 (20 m) cable for a fiber port.
Note: If purchased, SFP modules and cables are shipped separately. For more information about installing an SFP module, see the hardware installation guide.
2- Configure the IP address of the Netgear XSM4348FS
You can access the switch through the out-of-band (OOB) port (which is also referred to as the service port) through a console port, or through any Ethernet network port. By default, the switch functions as a DHCP client.
To configure the IP address of the switch, use one of the following methods:
Local browser-based management interface. Use the local browser interface through the OOB port or any Ethernet network port (see Use the local browser interface to configure the IP address).
CLI. Use the command-line interface (CLI) through the mini USB console port or RJ-45 RS232 console port. You can configure the IP address manually or use the EZ config utility (see Use the CLI to configure the IP address).
DHCP server. Connect a DHCP server through the OOB port or through any Ethernet network port and find the assigned IP address (see Find the IP address assigned by the DHCP server).
Use the local browser interface to configure the IP address
You can use a computer on the same subnet as the switch to access the local browser interface over the switch’s default IP address and assign a different static IP address to the switch.
3. Log in to the local browser interface
Manage the features of your switch through the local browser interface with the appropriate IP address for your configuration. You can get more detailed information about the product by watching the one-and-a-half-minute video below.