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Industrial Ethernet Switches

Industrial Networking

Product Highlights

  • Ruggedized switches that support operations under harsh industrial conditions and extended temperatures from -40°C to 75°C
  • Available in several models that offer DIN Rail, Wall Mount and Rack Mount options
  • Ruggedized IP30 enclosure for DIN rail mounted switches
  • Fanless operation on both DIN Rail and Rack Mount switches
  • Flexible PoE support with IEEE 802.3af, 802.3at and 802.3bt offering up to 90W PoE on select models
  • Dual DC power input supported by all switch models
  • Full wire speed Layer 2 with highly Resilient LACP, Spanning tree STP, RSTP & MSTP, fast Ring fail-over and G.8032 ERPS protection options
  • Integrated Fabric Attach capability for secure, automated connection to Extreme Fabric Connect services
  • CLI and web-based configuration support
  • ExtremeCloud IQ Site Engine based monitoring

Extreme Industrial Switches are a family of ruggedized Layer 2 switches designed to operate under harsh environments and extended temperature conditions. They provide continuous uptime, manageability, and operational efficiency. With flexible PoE options of IEEE 802.3af, 802.3at and 802.3bt supporting up to 90W PoE per port, each switch offers the performance needed for today’s power-hungry surveillance devices and WLAN access points.

Extreme Industrial Switches are an excellent choice for industrial environments, including intelligent transportation systems, utilities, and smart cities. Full redundant ring technology creates fault- tolerant networks with high availability based on industry standard technologies.

Extreme Industrial Switches can automatically connect to a Fabric Connect network via the Fabric Attach software-based feature which enables the switches to be quickly mapped as endpoints within a virtualized Fabric Connect service.


Fabric Attach capability on the ISW Series helps automate the connection to Extreme’s campus-based Fabric Connect solution. Fabric Attach provides zero-touch edge provisioning and allows ISW switches to take advantage of the virtualized services and inherent security capabilities of the Extreme Fabric Connect infrastructure.

The ISW Series offers models that include standards-based IEEE 802.3af, 802.3at and up to IEEE 802.3bt on select models, enabling flexible 15W/30W/60W/90W of PoE (Power over Ethernet) capability per port. PoE eliminates the need for additional electrical cabling and circuits otherwise needed to power Industrial IoT devices or wireless APs.

ISW switches provide intelligent Layer 2 switching including Spanning Tree (STP, RSTP, MSTP), resilient LACP and advanced Ethernet Ring Protection protocols. They support multiple ring topologies such as Single/Dual Ring along with Dual Homing and Balancing Chain capabilities, enabling highly flexible and resilient deployment options. Having a reliable network is very important to Ethernet applications, especially in an Industrial domain. ISW-Series Managed Industrial Ethernet Switches provide fast failover ring protection enabling sub-second convergence, ensuring seamless network operation in the event of a link loss or a network device error.

QoS (Quality of Service) features allow you to allocate network resources to mission-critical applications at the expense of applications that are less sensitive to such factors as time delays or network congestion. You can configure your network to prioritize specific types of traffic, ensuring that each type receives the appropriate QoS level. The ISW switches can be configured to have 8 output Class of Service (CoS) queues per port and support Strict Priority with Weighted Round Robin scheduling.

Edge Security is important when connecting 3rd party devices and hosts to the switch. ISW series supports both MAC authentication and 802.1X EAP authentication mechanisms on a per port basis. ISW switches support both RADIUS and TACACS+ for access control.

ACL (Access Control List) function supports access control security for MAC address, IP address, Layer 4 Port, and Type of Service. Each has five actions: Deny, Permit, Queue Mapping, CoS (Class of Service) Marking, and Copy Frame. You can set the default ACL rule to Permit or Deny.