The PacStar 442 SSM-10 provides high-density network access ports for critical voice, data and video connectivity in a compact, quick setup, ultra-compact form- factor. The PacStar 442 uses advanced Cisco® switching technology and provides up to 10 ports of LAN access.
Designed from the ground up to provide flexible transport, configuration and setup options, the PacStar 442 can be used as follows:
As an enclave or extension, combined with the PacStar 4400-series family of products
In snap-together configurations with other PacStar 440 modules, such as the PacStar 441 SRM
Used as a standalone switch module
The PacStar 442 is designed to serve the tactical communication needs of teams that deploy worldwide and have secure communication requirements in austere environments. The PacStar 442 enables teams from US DoD, Homeland Security, first responders and civilian organizations to easily connect multiple devices to key communications networks.
The PacStar 442 is optionally managed by PacStar IQ-Core® Software, which simplifies system setup, network management and protects the system from mis-configuration by operators in the field.
The PacStar 442 is listed on the Joint Interoperability Test Command (JITC) Approved Products List (APL) as an Assured Services Local Area Network Access Switch
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