Hot on the heels of our previous switch release (here) comes our MS210 stackable access switch.
We designed the MS210 to provide network administrators the option to significantly enhance their 1G switch stack with access to the 10G uplink of the MS225.
Large enterprise networks often require multiple switches to handle office traffic but have only modest bandwidth needs per switch. However, many desire the flexibility to enhance their bandwidth capability as the organization’s tech needs grow.
The MS210 provides incredible power and flexibility to our switch line. Seven MS210s linked to a MS225 for its 10G uplink (to form a stack of eight) creates one of the most versatile and economical switch options available — all easily configurable using the Meraki dashboard.
The MS210 line features Layer 3 connectivity and comes in both 24- and 48-port models along with PoE and PoE+ power options.
Features of the MS210:
Contact our sales team to learn more about how to use the MS210 in your deployment!
This is great information. Thanks for posting it.
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Have just ordered a MS120-8 to have a play with
The MS210 has two stack ports on the back of the device (from the Installation Guide):
So, you can use the stacking cables (MA-CBL-40G-50CM, MA-CBL-40G-1M and MA-CBL-40G-3M), and even use them to connect an MS210 to an MS225: