It comes equipped with five 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports: Ether1 works as the PoE-in port that receives an input voltage of 8-30 DC and can be a highly useful power failover option in order to tackle any unforeseen outages and maximize uptime.
The other four Gigabit Ethernet ports, that is Ether2 - Ether5, can be used for switching purposes. Bear in mind that unlike the NEXXBOX-C PoE Switch, the NEXXBOX-C Switch does not offer PoE-out.
Along with its PoE-in powering option, the PACE PoE Switch has a direct 8-30 DC jack. Furthermore, this device brings to your network a single 1G SFP cage. This port can accommodate some of MikroTik’s SFP modules, namely S-85DLC05D, S-31DLC20D and S-35/53LC20D (not included).