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A new switch model?

Tue Jun 11, 2024 2:53 pm

CRS320-8P-8B-4S+RM

What type of port is marked with "B"?
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Re: A new switch model?

Tue Jun 11, 2024 3:15 pm

CRS320-8P-8B-4S+RM

CRS = Cloud Router Switch
320 = 320 Series. 320 is not one we have seen before, so likely a new CPU/SOC
8P = 8x Gigabit PoE Ports (802.3af)
8B = 8x Gigabit POE++ Port (802.3bt)
4S+ = 4x SFP+
RM = Rack Mount
 
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Re: A new switch model?

Tue Jun 11, 2024 3:30 pm

Thank you for the remarks. I just wanted to say that "B" is not included in the documentation:
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Re: A new switch model?

Tue Jun 11, 2024 3:36 pm

Not yet. I am sure the Mikrotik team will get to that sometime soon.

The CRS320-8P-8B-4S+RM has 16x Copper Ports total made up of 8x 802.3af/at and 8x 802.3bt.
In addition to the copper ports, there are 4x SFP+ for uplinks
 
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Re: A new switch model?

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Re: A new switch model?

Wed Jun 12, 2024 1:29 am

i think that spec fits for 98DX3236 (used on CRS328-24P-4S+ and others)
 
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Re: A new switch model?

Wed Jun 12, 2024 3:37 pm

I think it's finally time to wind down on 1gbit and go at least up to 2.5Gbit ports with POE, backed up with SFP+/10Gbe RJ45 ports. Critical mass is there, almost every motherboard released in past two years have 2,5Gbe LAN port. WiFi 6/6E/7 devices have at least 2.5Gbe port, lot of them have 5Gbe/10Gbe ports.

There are bunch of managed and non-managed switches with 5x 2.5Gb PoE + 2xSFP+ combos for as little as 60 EUR.

Alas, they are not ROS powered...
 
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Re: A new switch model?

Wed Jun 12, 2024 4:41 pm

Based on other CRS3xx model numbers, CRS320 is just CRS3xx series with 20 ports. Probably only 1Gb not 2.5Gb though - CRS310 2.5Gb non-PoE is G+ so 2.5Gb PoE would be P+? (likewise B- and B+ for 802.3bt PoE 1Gb and 2.5Gb)

But not all products with leaked model numbers like this are ever released, I still remember (and had high hopes for) a CCR2004-2G-2S+-2XS-60ayD that never happened.
 
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Re: A new switch model?

Thu Jun 13, 2024 3:18 pm

saw this one on the wiki just now. super pumped for mikrotik to get into .bt finally. this will make implementation of long cable runs much less of a puzzle.

next we will need a compact outdoor device with .bt outputs.
 
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