Quad-Ports Fiber Bypass/Failover Network Card for Gigabit Connectivity

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A new quad-ports, two-segments bypass card uses the latest fiber switch module with board-to-board high-speed connection technology instead of an outside wired design. This new special fiber switch module design in the NIP-52240 from American Portwell can support easy deployment, longer product life, and more reliable network traffic than other fiber bypass cards in the market. This makes it a suitable solution for applications requiring secured mechanical structure and high-availability (HA) on server-based systems, intrusion prevention server (IPS), intrusion detection server (IDS), WAN optimization, security appliances and other mission-critical gateways.

The NIP-52240 provides a complete intrusion prevention solution using a Portwell-designed Generation 3 bypass function that supports normal mode, bypass mode and open mode when the system crashes or encounters power failure. The NIP-52240 utilizes an Intel Ethernet controller 82580EB as its core technology, and provides Intel VMDq and Jumbo Frame functions.

The NIP-52240 quad-ports GbE fiber bypass card is compatible with all of Portwell 1U/2U network security appliances. Also, the NIP-52240 is very easy to install into the systems. In addition, designed on a standard form factor, the NIP-52240 can support up to 12 GbE SFP with 6 bypass segments in 1U appliances (based on Portwell CAR-4XXX series).

American Portwell, Fremont, CA. (510) 403-3399. [].