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- Create a volume on these SSD and use them as extra storage
- Enable Read Cache
- Enable Read/Write Cache
- Enable Qtier feature
- Boost performance in case of memory swapping
QNAP QGD-1600P-8G 16-port 1GbE NAS switch. The world's first smart PoE edge switch that runs QTS and supports hosting Virtual Machines (VMs), enabling versatile applications to satisfy all your networking needs. Intel Celeron J4115, 2 X 2.5" SSD/HDD, 2 x PCIe Gen 2x2 slots, 1 X USB3.0, 2 X USB 2.0, 1 X HDMI.
QNAP's QGD-1600P is the world's first PoE managed switch that supports Virtual Machines (VMs). It features 4-port 60-watt and 12-port 30-watt Gigabit PoE (with two PoE/SFP Combo ports) for highly flexible networking environment deployment. With a dual-CPU design, the QGD-1600P provides both Layer 2 management functions for VM and QTS applications. The QGD-1600P also features Software-Defined Networking (SDN), enabling it to function as a NAS, NVR, router, firewall and AP controller for IP surveillance, network security, storage expansion, and wireless LAN management applications. Therefore, the Guardian series offers SMBs a cost-optimized and centrally managed LAN deployment solution.
QGD-1600P is compliant with the latest IEEE 802.3bt PoE++ and IEEE 802.3at PoE+ standards, and offers 4-port 60-watt and 12-port 30-watt Gigabit PoE capability. QGD-1600P can supply a total power budget of 370 watts to meet the demands of high-powered devices (PDs).
QGD-1600P provides comprehensive Layer 2 management features, such as VLAN, LACP, QoS IGMP Snooping, and Wake-on-LAN for IT administrators to efficiently control the network bandwidth and enhance security via the user-friendly switch management web interface.
QuNetSwitch offers a user-friendly web interface to help IT administrators efficiently control Layer 2 and PoE networks. Additionally, the overview dashboard and graphical statistics analysis show IT administrators all switch information and pored devices at a glance, making central management of high-power devices intuitive and easy.
Supports up to two SATA drives.
PCIe expandability allows for 10GbE network cards, QM2 dual-port M.2 SSD/10GbE cards, USB 3.1 Gen 2 (10Gbps) cards, or Wireless Adapters.
Host containerized applications and virtual machines with various operating systems. Flexibly install virtual router, firewall, or wireless LAN management software for various networking management applications.
The QGD-1600P is a hybrid PoE switch/NAS that enables NVR, router, and AP controller functions and comes pre-installed with various software to satisfy all SMB networking requirements. The PoE switch can help your business initiate digital transformation by making edge devices intelligent.
The QGD-1600P is compliant with the latest IEEE 802.3bt PoE++ and IEEE 802.3at PoE+ standards, offering 4-port 60-watt and 12-port 30-watt Gigabit PoE capability. The QGD-1600P can supply a total power budget of 370 watts to meet the demands of many high-power devices (PDs), such as IP cameras, wireless APs, IP phones, LED lights, and digital signage.
The QGD-1600P supports intelligent PoE management functions, including scheduling, power supply prioritization, and power enabling and disabling. You can obtain the real-time network connection status and power consumption information of PDs and configure PDs simultaneously to promote an energy-saving PoE network.
The QGD-1600P provides comprehensive Layer 2 management features such as VLAN, LACP, and LLDP for you to efficiently control the network through IP grouping and bandwidth management. The QGD-1600P also has powerful security functions, including IGMP Snooping, static MAC, QoS, and Wake-on-LAN, which are suitable for simple networking environments and easy deployment.
|Port Management||VLAN||Port Trunking||QoS|
|- Port status
- Port statistics
- Port configuration
- Jumbo frame support
- IEEE 802.3x flow control
- Auto-negotiation of speed and duplex modes
|- VLAN configuration
- Port-based private VLAN
- IEEE 802.1Q-based VLAN
|- Port trunking
- LACP groups
|- Bandwidth control
- Traffic classification
|- IGMP snooping v2/v3||- Access Control Lists (ACL): ACL by IP address, ACL by MAC
- Static MAC address
- Rate limits
|- Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP): LLDP remote device
- interfaces: Web UI, Telnet, Command Line Interface (CLI)
- SNTP, DNS, DHCP client entry
|- Port mirroring
- Loop protection to avoid broadcast loops
The QGD-1600P features dual-system design, multi-port capability and expandable architecture, enabling optimum transmission and flexibility to fulfill business needs in performance and application diversification.
Supplies up to 60 watts per port to meet the demands of high-powered devices (PDs), such as LED lights, digital signage and PTZ IP cameras.
The QGD-1600P is the world's first PoE switch with the QTS operating system built in for VM, container, and other cloud applications, enabling diverse networking and storage solutions. In addition to QVR Pro, VJBOD, and other diverse storage applications, the QTS App Center also supports VMs for running many open-source software applications, including MikroTik® RouterOS, OpenWrt, pfSense®, and Ubiquiti® UniFi®. Integrated with public cloud services, the QGD-1600P meets the needs of various applications in IP surveillance, storage expansion, network security, and wireless LAN management. The QGD-1600P dual-CPU design enables you to run the networking management interfaces of QSS (QNAP Switch System) and QTS independently. The QGD-1600P offers a user-friendly web interface, QuNetSwitch, to help SMBs easily deploy a flexible and secure IT infrastructure.
QTS and QSS can work independently without interfering each other to ensure continuous operation. For example, when restarting the QTS, the QSS PoE power supply will not be interrupted; when rebooting the QSS, the VMs on QTS will keep running.
The QGD-1600P works seamlessly with QVR Pro, QNAP's new surveillance software service, to help build the most cost-effective one-stop IP surveillance system. By integrating PoE, NVR, and NAS storage functions, the QGD-1600P significantly simplifies the surveillance network infrastructure while satisfying the requirements for surveillance deployment, central management, video recording and computing. The QGD-1600P offers 4-port 60-watt and 12-port 30-watt Gigabit PoE to different brands of high-power IP Cameras with the ONVIF standard. Through QVR Pro Surveillance Suite, IT administrators can easily manage cameras, record and play back videos, failover recording tasks, and monitor mobile apps. The QGD-1600P is equipped with an HDMI output to connect an external monitor for real-time surveillance video monitoring.
The QGD-1600P supports up to two SATA drives and other hardware-based storage expansion accessories, such as PCIe, USB, SAS expansion cards and RAID Expansion Enclosure (TR-004U) to provide reliable performance. Additionally, you can expand the storage space of the QGD-1600P via QNAP VJBOD. VJBOD allows you to instantly allocate storage space from a remote QNAP NAS as an iSCSI LUN and create storage pools, take snapshots, create clones from snapshots, or index multimedia files in the media library on the QGD-1600P. With the expansion availability of physical units and VJBOD, you can attain the highest possible storage utilization to fulfill volume data storage and backup needs.
The QGD-1600P can be easily transformed into a security router with a firewall via virtual router and virtual firewall software by installing MikroTik RouterOS and OpenWrt. You can flexibly configure Layer 3 routing functions and create site-to-site VPN tunnels between headquarters and branch offices while securing enterprise network data transmissions. The virtual firewall software pfSense helps enterprises separate or protect local networks and apply multiple security policies.
The QGD-1600P offers 4-port 60-watt and 12-port 30-watt Gigabit PoE for various types of high-power PoE wireless APs. Adopting PoE and VM technology to support PoE wireless APs and the Ubiquiti wireless LAN management software UniFi, the QGD-1600P becomes a hardware-based and software-based wireless AP controller. The QGD-1600P enables not only data transmission and PoE management over wireless APs, but also central management over wired and wireless networking devices in offices, hotels, retail stores, or other small-to-medium-sized networks, greatly promoting the effectiveness of network management and reducing costs.
Aside from QNAP Switch System (QSS), the QGD-1600P also offers QuNetSwitch (via QTS), a user-friendly web interface networking management software application to help IT administrators efficiently control Layer 2 management and PoE networks. Additionally, the overview dashboard and graphical statistics analysis area displays all the information about the switch and PDs at a glance, making centralized management of over--powered devices intuitive and easy for administrators.
View real-time information about switch CPU usage, PoE power consumption, and port status.
View port status, and configure port speed.
Manage PoE scheduling, PoE power supply prioritization, and PoE enabling and disabling.
|Management Type||Web Managed|
|CPU||Intel® Celeron® J4115 quad-core 1.8 GHz processor (burst up to 2.5 GHz)|
|CPU Architecture||64-bit x86|
|System Memory||8 GB|
|Drive Bays||2 x 2.5-inch SATA 6Gb/s, 3Gb/s|
|IGMP Snooping Querier|
|IGMP Snooping v2/v3|
|IP-based Access Control List (ACL)|
|IEEE 802.1Q-based VLAN|
|Port-based Private VLAN|
|MAC Address Table Display|
|Flash Memory||4GB (Dual boot OS protection)|
|File System: External Hard Drive||EXT3, EXT4, NTFS, FAT32, HFS+, exFAT (optional license)|
|File System: Internal Hard Drive||EXT4|
|SSD Cache Acceleration Support|
|M.2 SSD Slots||Optional via PCIe adapter|
|Drive Compatibility||2.5-inch bays:
2.5-inch solid-state drives
2.5-inch hard disk drives
|Memory Slot||2 x SODIMM DDR4|
|Maximum Memory||8 GB (2 x 4 GB)|
|Floating Point Unit|
|Graphics Processors||Intel® HD Graphics 600|
|Static MAC Address|
|IEEE 802.3x Flow Control|
|Auto-negotiation of Speed and Duplex Modes|
|Number of Ports||16|
|USB 3.0 port||1|
|Input Power Type||AC|
|Max. Power Consumption||418W|
|Power Supply Description||Internal Power Supply Unit|
|USB 3.1 Gen 2 (10Gbps) Port||Optional via PCIe adapter|
|USB 2.0 port||2|
|PCIe Slot||Slot 1: PCIe Gen2 (x2)
Slot 2: PCIe Gen2 (x2)
|MAC Address Table||8K|
|Total PoE Power Budget||370W|
|PoE Power Output||Ports 1-4 (60W), Ports 5-16 (30W)|
|PoE++ PSE (802.3bt, 60W)||Ports 1-4|
|PoE+ PSE (802.3at, 30W)||Ports 1-16|
|PoE PSE (802.3af, 15.4W)||Ports 1-16|
|Total PoE Ports||16|
|1GbE SFP/RJ45 Combo Ports||2|
|Input Voltage Range||100-240VAC, 50/60 Hz|
|Total Non-Blocking Throughput||16Gbps|
|Weight (Net)||9.72 lbs|
|Electromagnetic Compliance||CLASS A, UL62368|
|Certifications||CE, FCC, VCCI, BSMI RCM|
|Relative Humidity||5% to 95% non-condensing, wet bulb: 27˚C (80.6˚F)|
|Operating Temperature||0°C to 45°C (32°F to 113°F)|
|Weight (Gross)||12.26 lbs|
|Dimensions (HxWxD)||6.3 × 20.79 × 15.87 inch|
|Buttons||Device PSU power button
Host power button
Host reset button(load default)
Switch reset button
|LED Indicators||Per Port: Link/Activity/Speed/PoE
Per System: Warning/PoE/Fan
|Supported Standards||IEEE 802.3 10Tx Ethernet
IEEE 802.3u 100Tx Fast Ethernet
IEEE 802.3ab 1000BASE-T Gigabit Ethernet
IEEE 802.3z 1000Base-X
IEEE 802.3x Full-duplex flow control
IEEE 802.3af/at/bt Power-over-Ethernet (PoE)
IEEE 802.1q Virtual LANs (VLAN)
IEEE 802.1p QoS Protocol for Traffic Prioritization
|Fan||System: 2 x 4 cm (12V DC)|
|Energy Efficient Ethernet (IEEE 802.3az complaint)|
Application for QM2 SSD slots:
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The selected drives are batch controlled and tested using our HDD and SSD servers. Passed drives are then installed in the NAS with Volume and RAID set. Our pre-burn testing prepares the NAS with an initial system and drive testing cycle to ensure that the integrity of the entire system is tested and passed with no issues at all.
Our stress testing (burn-test) cycle commences for a minimum of 24 hours and extends to 48 hours if requested or required. This is undertaken in order to ensure stability when used in a normal environment. These tests can include extremes of workload (constant I/O's), CPU and memory use, thermal load (heat), clock speed, or voltages, bus and connectivity components, with the primary stress testing software aiming to test stability by trying to force a system to fail. Our tests put a greater emphasis on robustness, availability and error handling heavy loads.
Once the tests are complete we QA and pack the system back into it's retail box. Then it's double boxed to protect the unit during shipping. You receive your QNAP NAS Ready To Plug 'N' Store. It doesn't get any easier. Buy your NAS from the QNAP EXPERTS at QNAP DIRECT.