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RB2011UAS-IN

The RB2011 is a low cost multi port device series. Designed for indoor use, and available in many different cases, with a multitude of options.

The RB2011 is powered by RouterOS, a fully featured routing operating system which has been continuously improved for fifteen years. Dynamic routing, hotspot, firewall, MPLS, VPN, advanced quality of service, load balancing and bonding, real-time configuration and monitoring - just a few of the vast number of features supported by RouterOS.

RouterBOARD 2011UAS-IN, in comparison with RB2011L series, not only has five Gigabit LAN ports and five Fast Ethernet LAN ports, but also has RJ45 serial port, microUSB port and more RAM (128MB instead of 64MB). Also, it has RouterOS L5 license (instead of L4) and nice touchscreen LCD for configuration. SFP cage is also present (SFP module not included!)

RouterBOARD 2011UAS-IN comes with desktop enclosure, LCD panel and power supply.

Wall mount kit (product code RBWMK) for network closet is available for purchase as an optional accessory.

Product specifications

Details
Product codeRB2011UAS-IN
CPU speed600MHz
RAM128MB
LAN ports5
Gigabit5
MiniPCI0
Integrated WirelessNo
USBmicroUSB
Power Jack8-28V DC
802.3af supportNo
PoE8-28V DC on Ether1
Voltage Monitoryes
PCB temperature monitoryes
CPU temperature monitorNo
Dimensions214mm x 86mm for PCB
Operating SystemRouterOS
Temperature range-35C to +65C
RouterOS LicenseL5
Current MonitorNo
CPUAtheros AR9344
SFP ports1

Performance test results

RB2011UAS-INFast+Gigabit Ethernet test (600Mhz)RouterOS v6.0rc5
ModeConfiguration64 byte512 byte1518 byte
kppsMbpskppsMbpskppsMbps
Bridgingfast path269.6176.9232983.71221499.1
Bridging25 Bridge filter rules87.657.586364.683.61027.3
Routingfast path226.9148.8210890.41221499.1
Routing25 Simple Queues)106.669.9103.9440.5100.51234.9
Routing25 Firewall filter rules60.539.759.6252.756.8698.0
    Notes:
  1. All tests are done with Xena Networks specialized test equipment (XenaBay),and done according to RFC2544 (Xena2544)
  2. Max throughput is determined with 30+ second attempts with 0,1% packet loss tolerance in 64, 512, 1518 byte packet sizes
  3. Values in Italic indicate that max throughput was reached without maxing out CPU, but because board interface configuration was maxed out
  4. Test results show device maximum performance, and are reached using mentioned hardware and software configuration, different configurations most likely will result in lower results