Ubiquiti Networks EdgeRouter Infinity ER-8-XG 8-Port 10G SFP+ Router

Ubiquiti Networks EdgeRouter Infinity ER-8-XG 8-Port 10G SFP+ Router
Key Features
  • 8 x SFP+ Data Ports
  • 1 x RJ45 Gigabit Ethernet Port
  • 1 x RJ45 Serial Port
  • Enhanced Layer 3 Forwarding Performance
With aggregate data throughput of up to 80 Gbps, the EdgeRouter Infinity ER-8-XG 8-Port 10G SFP+ Router from Ubiquiti Networks is designed to offer enhanced network connectivity with data transfer rates of up to 10G per port. Alongside the eight network ports, this router also comes equipped with a single RJ45 Gigabit Ethernet port and a single RJ45 serial port.
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Can I use this to connect my Synology Raid to 10 ...

Can I use this to connect my Synology Raid to 10 GB with two workstations? Then also run it (from this unit) to a wireless router for the rest of the building?
Asked by: Steven
Thanks for responding. Is the Ubiquiti Networks EdgeRouter have WIFI as well? My understanding was that it was LAN only. The three LAN 10GB connections would be: Synology NAS (About 96TB + 10GB Ethernet) and 2 Workstations (10GB Ethernet). My thought was to then connect a WIFI router to it as well because we still need WIFI in the location.
Answered by: Steven
Date published: 2021-11-16
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