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by Ruckus
Product Line: Ruckus 7150 Series
Product Type: Access Switch
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Product Description

The ICX7150-48-4X1G is equipped with 48×10/100/1000 Mbps ports, complemented by 2×1 GbE RJ45 and 4×1 GbE SFP uplink-ports, which can be upgraded to 4×10 GbE SFP+ via license for enhanced uplink capacity. It supports basic Layer 3 features, including static routing and RIP, backed by 1 GB DRAM and 2 GB NVRAM, with a packet buffer size of 4 MB for the 48-port configuration. The switch accommodates up to 16,384 MAC addresses, 4,095 VLANs, and 1,000 IPv4 and IPv6 routes, alongside advanced features like QoS with 8 priority queues per port, making it suitable for high-demand network environments.

FAQs for the ICX7150-48-4X1G

  • What is the total number of ports available on this device?
    The device features 48×10/100/1000 Mbps ports, 2×1 GbE RJ45 uplink-ports, and 4×1 GbE SFP uplink-ports, which can be upgraded to 4×10 GbE SFP+ with a license.
  • How can the 4×1 GbE SFP uplink-ports be enhanced?
    By obtaining a license, the 4×1 GbE SFP uplink-ports can be upgraded to support up to 4×10 GbE SFP+.
  • What layer of networking does the device support, and what features are included?
    It supports basic Layer 3 functionalities, including static routing and RIP.
  • What are the memory specifications for the device?
    The device is equipped with 1 GB of DRAM and 2 GB of NVRAM (Flash).
  • How does the packet buffer size vary across different port configurations?
    For the 8/10/12/24 port configurations, the packet buffer size is 2 MB, while the 48 port configuration has a packet buffer size of 4 MB.
  • What is the maximum size for jumbo frames on this device?
    The maximum jumbo frame size supported is 9,216 bytes.
  • Can you detail the device's support for VLANs?
    The device supports up to 4095 maximum VLANs and up to 32 maximum PVLANs.
  • What are the operating temperature and humidity ranges for this device?
    The operating temperature range is from 0°C to 45°C, with a relative humidity range of 5% to 95% at 45°C, non-condensing.
  • What are the maximum ARP entries and routes supported?
    The device supports up to 4,094 ARP entries and 1,000 routes each for IPv4 and IPv6, with a next-hop address limit of 4,094.
  • What is the device's trunking capability?
    It can support a maximum of 8 ports per trunk with up to 128 maximum trunk groups.

Product Review

The Ruckus ICX7150-48-4X1G switch offers a substantial port density with 48×10/100/1000 Mbps ports and flexible uplink options, including 2×1 GbE RJ45 and 4×1 GbE SFP ports, which are expandable to 4×10 GbE SFP+ with an additional license. However, its Layer 3 capabilities are limited to basic static routing and RIP, potentially restricting more advanced network configurations. Moreover, the switch supports a high number of MAC addresses, VLANs, and other features such as QoS priority queues, making it suitable for environments requiring extensive network segmentation and traffic management, but the upgrade requirement for 10 GbE support could be a drawback for future scalability.


The Ruckus ICX7150-48-4X1G is a versatile switch designed for a wide range of environments, from small to medium-sized enterprises to larger campuses. This switch features 48 10/100/1000 Mbps ports for high-speed data transfer and connectivity. Additionally, it includes 2 1 GbE RJ45 uplink ports and 4 1 GbE SFP uplink ports. These uplink ports can be upgraded to 4 10 GbE SFP+ with a license, providing a clear path for network expansion and increased bandwidth needs. Key to the ICX7150-48-4X1G's operation is its capacity for basic Layer 3 networking, including static routing and RIP. This allows for efficient routing of traffic within the network, improving performance and reducing latency. The switch is equipped with 1 GB of DRAM and 2 GB of NVRAM (Flash), ensuring smooth operation and sufficient space for firmware and configuration files. The packet buffer size for the 48-port model is 4 MB, allowing for efficient handling of data packets and reducing the chance of congestion and packet loss.
  • Maximum MAC addresses supported by the device are 16,384, enabling a large number of devices to connect without conflicts.
  • It supports up to 4095 VLANs and 32 Private VLANs (PVLANs), offering extensive network segmentation capabilities and enhanced security.
  • The switch can handle up to 254 Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) instances, 382 Virtual Ethernet (VE) interfaces, and has a capacity for 4,094 ARP entries, making it suitable for networks with complex routing and switching needs.
For network administrators looking to optimize their network's performance, the ICX7150-48-4X1G supports up to 1,000 IPv4 and 1,000 IPv6 routes in hardware, with the ability to handle 4,094 next-hop addresses. This capability ensures efficient route processing and scalability for growing network demands. Trunking features include support for up to 8 ports per trunk and 128 trunk groups, enhancing link aggregation and redundancy. The maximum jumbo frame size of 9,216 bytes allows for the efficient transmission of large data packets, reducing overhead and improving network performance. Quality of Service (QoS) is a priority with 8 priority queues per port, ensuring that critical network traffic is prioritized and that bandwidth is allocated efficiently. The operating temperature range of the switch is from 0°C to 45°C, with an operating relative humidity of 5% to 95% at 45°C, non-condensing. This ensures that the switch can operate reliably in a wide range of environmental conditions. It is also designed to operate at altitudes of up to 10,000 ft (3,000 m) and can be stored at altitudes up to 39,000 ft (12,000 m), making it suitable for deployment in varied geographical locations. In summary, the Ruckus ICX7150-48-4X1G switch offers a comprehensive set of features and capabilities for efficient network operation and expansion. With a wide array of port configurations, Layer 3 features, and scalability options, it is well-suited to meet the needs of a diverse range of network environments.


Part Number and ManufacturerRuckus ICX7150-48-4X1G
Ports48×10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet ports
Uplink Ports - RJ452×1 GbE
Uplink Ports - SFP4×1 GbE, expandable to 4×10 GbE SFP+ with additional licensing
Layer 3 FeaturesStatic routing and RIP supported
NVRAM (Flash Memory)2 GB
Packet Buffer Size2 MB for 8/10/12/24 port models, 4 MB for 48 port model
Maximum MAC Addresses16,384
Maximum VLANs4095
Maximum Private VLANs32
Maximum Spanning Tree Instances254
Maximum Virtual Ethernet (VE) Interfaces382
Maximum ARP Entries4,094
Maximum Hardware Routes1,000 IPv4, 1,000 IPv6
Next Hop Addresses Supported4,094
Trunking - Ports per Trunk8
Trunking - Maximum Trunk Groups128
Maximum Jumbo Frame Size9,216 bytes
Quality of Service (QoS) Priority Queues8 per port
Minimum Operating Temperature0°C
Maximum Operating Temperature45°C
Operating Relative Humidity5% to 95% non-condensing at 45°C
Non-Operating Relative Humidity0% to 95% non-condensing at 70°C
Maximum Operating Altitude10,000 ft (3,000 m)
Maximum Storage Altitude39,000 ft (12,000 m)

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