Ruckus ICX 6000 Switches

Cost-Effective Path to High-Performing Networks

The Ruckus ICX 6000 family of switches have been retired and are no longer available for purchase

Ruckus ICX 6430/6450 replacement: The Ruckus ICX 7250 and ICX 7150 offers significantly higher performance, more powerful features and better value for customers looking for entry-level enterprise switching solutions

Ruckus ICX 6610 replacement: The Ruckus ICX 7650 and ICX 7450 offer higher performance, more powerful features and better value for customers looking for mid-range and high-end enterprise switching solutions.

For more details please consult the Ruckus ICX 6610 and ICX 6430/6450 end of sales announcements on the Ruckus support website

Specifications OverviewSee all Specs

  • Switching Capacity (max)
    • 576 Gbps (ICX 6610)
    • 176 Gbps (ICX 6450)
    • 104 Gbps (ICX 6430)
  • 1 GbE RJ-45 ports
    12, 24 or 48
  • Uplink/Stacking ports
    • 8 ports – 1GbE upgradeable to 10GbE (ICX 6610)
    • 4 ports- 1GbE upgradeable to 10GbE (ICX 6450)
    • 4 ports (ICX 6430)
  • Switches per stack (max)
    • 8 (ICX 6610 and 6450)
    • 4 (ICX 6430)
  • Aggregated stacking bandwidth
    1,230 Gbps (ICX 6610)
  • PoE technology
  • Redundant power option
    • Yes
  • sFlow
  • L3 capabilities
    Yes (ICX 6610)
  • Campus Fabric technology
  • EEE


Flexible and Reliable
1/10 GbE dual-purpose uplink/stacking ports
External power supply option for redundancy and additional PoE power (ICX 6430 and 6450)
Dual hot-swappable power supplies (ICX 6610)
Tailor Performance and Capacity to Your Needs
Stack with mix switch models to extend capacity and premium services
Up to eight 10 GbE ports on demand, upgradeable from 1 GbE to 10 GbE via software license (ICX 6610)
PoE/PoE+ to every port
Nonstop Availability
Redundant uplink/stacking ports
Hitless stacking failover
Hot switch replacement

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