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Compact size Chassis Network Management Switch

Short Description:

This model’s chassis offers 3 slots with Fan, one for supervisor engine slot, two for line-card slot with supporting up to 100 ports and up to 1500W POE power per slot. The solution provides centralized network architecture for enterprises-level, small and medium-size business through simplified operations

The highly intelligence performance offers non-blocking layer 2~4 switching with Secure, flexible communications. Any two C4500E series Switches with Supervisor Engine 7L-E/7-E/8-E can be pooled together into a VSS, which doubles the system bandwidth, improves resiliency of the system and delivers the highest centralized reliable performance.


Product Detail

Detail

Product Tags

Features

Managed Ethernet Switches

● Manufactured from 1.2mm steel

● Finished in Fine Tex Black.

● Easily accesable front, rear and top.

● Knockouts in rear to allow cable entry.

● Compact size

● Plug and play

Specifications

Switching Capacity
(Tbit/s)
89/516
Forwarding Rate
(Mpps)
34,560
Service Slots 8
Switching Fabric
Module Slots
6
Fabric Architecture Clos architecture, cell switching, VoQ, and distributed large buffer
Airflow Design Strict front-to-back
Device Virtualization Virtual System (VS)
Cluster Switch System (CSS)2
Super Virtual Fabric (SVF)3
Network Virtualization M-LAG
TRILL
VxLAN routing and bridging
EVPN
QinQ in VXLAN
VM Awareness Agile Controller
Network Convergence FCoE
DCBX, PFC, and ETS
Data Center Interconnect BGP-EVPN
Ethernet Virtual Network (EVN) for inter-DC Layer 2 network interconnections
Programmability OpenFlow
ENP programming
OPS programming
Puppet, Ansible, and OVSDB plug-ins released on open source websites
Linux container for open source and customization programming
Traffic Analysis NetStream
Hardware-based sFlow
VLAN Adding access, trunk, and hybrid interfaces to VLANs
Default VLAN
QinQ
MUX VLAN
GVRP
MAC Address Dynamic learning and aging of MAC addresses
Static, dynamic, and blackhole MAC address entries
Packet filtering based on source MAC addresses
MAC address limiting based on ports and VLANs
IP Routing IPv4 routing protocols, such as RIP, OSPF, IS-IS, and BGP
IPv6 routing protocols, such as RIPng, OSPFv3, ISISv6, and BGP4+
IP packet fragmentation and reassembling
IPv6 IPv6 over VXLAN
IPv6 over IPv4
IPv6 Neighbor Discovery (ND)
Path MTU Discovery (PMTU)
TCP6, ping IPv6, tracert IPv6, socket IPv6, UDP6, and Raw IP6
Multicast IGMP, PIM-SM, PIM-DM, MSDP, and MBGP
IGMP snooping
IGMP proxy
Fast leave of multicast member interfaces
Multicast traffic suppression
Multicast VLAN
MPLS Basic MPLS functions
MPLS VPN/VPLS/VPLS over GRE
Reliability Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP)
STP, RSTP, VBST, and MSTP
BPDU protection, root protection, and loop protection
Smart Link and multi-instance
Device Link Detection Protocol (DLDP)
Ethernet Ring Protection Switching (ERPS, G.8032)
Hardware-based Bi-directional Forwarding Detection (BFD)
VRRP, VRRP load balancing, and BFD for VRRP
BFD for BGP/IS-IS/OSPF/Static route
In-Service Software Upgrade (ISSU)
Segment Routing (SR)
QoS Traffic classification based on Layer 2, Layer 3, Layer 4, and priority information
Actions include ACL, CAR, and re-marking
Queue scheduling modes such as PQ, WFQ, and PQ + WRR
Congestion avoidance mechanisms, including WRED and tail drop
Traffic shaping
O&M IEEE 1588v2
Packet Conservation Algorithm for Internet (iPCA)
Dynamic Load Balancing (DLB)
Dynamic Packet Prioritization (DPP)
Network-wide path detection
Microsecond-level buffer detection
Configuration
and Maintenance
Console, Telnet, and SSH terminals
Network management protocols, such as SNMPv1/v2c/v3
File upload and download through FTP and TFTP
BootROM upgrade and remote upgrade
Hot patches
User operation logs
Zero-Touch Provisioning (ZTP)
Security
and Management
802.1x authentication
RADIUS and HWTACACS authentication for login users
Command line authority control based on user levels, preventing unauthorized users from using commands
Defense against MAC address attacks, broadcast storms, and heavy-traffic attacks
Ping and traceroute
Remote Network Monitoring (RMON)
Dimensions
(W x D x H, mm)
442 x 813 x 752.85
(17 U)
Chassis Weight (empty) < 150 kg
(330 lb)
Operating Voltage AC: 90V to 290V
DC: -38.4V to -72V
HVDC: 240V
Max. Power Supply 12,000W

Applications

Widely used in:

● Widely used in:

● Smart city, Hotel,

● Corparate Networking

● Security Monitoring

● School computer room

● Wireless Coverage

● Industrial Automation System

● IP phone (teleconferencing system), etc.

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