Switch 4200 Series
Getting Started Guide
Part No. DUA1730-0AAA02
Published October 2002
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ABOUT THIS GUIDE
Related Documentation 9
Product Registration 10
Documentation Comments 10
SUPERSTACK 3 SWITCH 4200 SERIES
About the Switch 4200 Series 12
Summary of Hardware Features 12
Switch 4200 Series — Front View Detail 13
10BASE-T/ 100BASE-TX Ports 14
10/100/1000BASE-T Ports 14
GBIC Ports 14
Switch 4200 Series — Rear View Detail 17
Power Socket 17
Redundant Power System...