GE Advanced Access Network Switches H3C S5130S-52C-PWR-HI Series

GE Advanced Access Network Switches H3C S5130S-52C-PWR-HI Series

The S5560S-SI series from H3C introduces the latest Gigabit Ethernet Layer 3 switches for access networks. This is the second generation of intelligent managed switches designed for networks with high requirements for performance, port density, backbone throughput and ease of installation.

S5560S Series Switches -SI from H3C provides Gigabit Ethernet connections via 10/100/1000 Mbps auto-sensing ports and 1G and 10G optical trunk ports.

Series S5560S-SI switches from H3C are represented by the following four models:

S5560S-28P-SI: 24 Ethernet 10/100/1000TX ports + 4 SFP ports;< /p>

S5560S-52P-SI: 48 Ethernet 10/100/1000TX ports + 4 SFP ports;

S5560S-28S-SI: 24 Ethernet 10/100/1000TX ports + 4 SFP+ ports;

S5560S-52S-SI: 48 Ethernet 10/100/1000TX ports + 4 SFP+ ports;

Excellent scalability

H3C’s S5560S-SI series switches feature 4 fixed 10GE or GE trunk ports, providing a low-cost solution for connecting to GE trunks /10GE and high-density Gigabit Ethernet ports to minimize customer costs.

H3C S5560S-SI series switches support Intelligent Resilient Framework 2 (IRF2) ), which allows you to combine up to 9 devices into one logical device, which provides high scalability and flexibility.

IPv6 functions

The S5560S-SI series switches implement a dual IPv4/IPv6 stack, which provides hardware-based IPv4/IPv6 forwarding at media speed and support for IPv4/IPv6 Layer 3 routing protocols. In addition, the devices support IPV6 access control lists, quality of service (QOS) mechanisms, multicasting and network management tools that facilitate network upgrades from IPV4 to IPV6.

Intelligent fault-tolerant technology IRF2 architecture

H3C’s S5560S-SI series switches implement Intelligent Resilient Framework 2 (IRF2) technology. IRF2 provides the following benefits:

Excellent scalability: With IRF2, device aggregation can be plug-and-play by simply adding one or more switches to the stack IRF2 and enabling IRF2 stacking mode on the new device. New devices can be managed through a single shared IP address, allowing software updates to be carried out simultaneously on all devices to reduce network expansion costs.

High reliability: patented IRF2’s 1:N redundancy technology allows each of the slaves in the IRF2 stack to serve as a backup for the master, providing control plane redundancy and data link redundancy, as well as uninterrupted Layer 3 forwarding. This improves reliability and helps avoid interruptions at work and generally improve productivity. If the primary device fails, traffic does not stop.

Load balancing: IRF2 supports aggregation of connections across multiple devices. Connections to upstream and downstream systems can be made through multiple physical links, creating another layer of redundancy and increasing network resource utilization.

Availability: IRF2 technology is implemented by H3C using standard Gigabit Ethernet (1GE) or 10 Gigabit Ethernet (10GE) ports and provides bandwidth allocation for service traffic and application access, with an intelligent separation of local traffic and traffic to upstream systems. IRF2 Rules can be applied not only at the scale of one rack or adjacent racks, but also at the scale of the entire local network.

Comprehensive security policies

H3C’s S5560S-SI series switches feature an innovative multi-authentication feature on a single port, meaning the authentication modes for access can differ for different clients. For example, some clients are only able to authenticate by MAC address (such as printers) , Some user nodes use 802.1X authentication, and some user nodes can only authenticate access using the web portal. To flexibly adapt to varying network authentication requirements, the S5560S-SI series switches support multiple authentication on a single port for a unified deployment.

Top threats to network security are ARP attacks and ARP virus hijacking, the S5560S-SI series switches provide a variety of ARP protection mechanisms, such as ARP detection to verify client eligibility, ARP packet authentication, and rate limit setting for ARP to prevent ARP flood attacks targeting device processors.

H3C’s S5560S-SI series switches support End User Authentication (EAD) Admission Domination). When used in conjunction with the iMC (intelligent Management Center) management system, EAD allows you to combine endpoint security policies, such as antivirus and latest updates, with network access control mechanisms and network access rights policies into a single, consistent security system . By validating, isolating, updating, managing, and monitoring endpoint access, EAD enables you to move your network from passive, targeted security to active, end-to-end security, and from isolated to centralized management, enhancing your network’s ability to counter viruses, worms, and other threats. new threats.

Comprehensive quality of service (QoS) management policies

S5560S-SI series switches support packet filtering on levels 2 to 4, as well as traffic classification based on source MAC address, destination MAC address, source IP address, Destination IP address, TCP/UDP port numbers, protocol type and VLAN. They provide flexible port- and queue-based queuing algorithms, including Strict Priority (SP), Weighted Round Robin (WRR), and SP+WRR. The S5560S-SI series switches allow you to control the guaranteed access rate (CAR) with a minimum step of 8 kbps. The devices support port mirroring for incoming and outgoing traffic to monitor packets on specific ports, as well as packet mirroring per monitoring port for network troubleshooting.

Excellent management capabilities< /h2>

H3C’s S5560S-SI Series switches provide simplified management with SNMPv1/v2/v3 support, allowing management across platforms such as Open View and iMC. Support for switch management via CLI and Telnet further simplifies tasks. The use of SSH 2.0 encryption provides additional security for the switch’s control channel.

High Availability

The following hardware is implemented in the switches High Availability:

Automatic monitoring of power supplies and fan modules, and alarms when power supply or temperature events are detected.

Adjusting fan speed depending on temperature changes.

Self-defense mechanisms that are triggered when detected overcurrent, overvoltage or excess temperature.

In addition to hardware redundancy, the switches provide various mechanisms for redundant nodes and channels, as well as the following protection mechanisms:

Ethernet link aggregation, including LACP.

Spanning tree protocols, including STP, RSTP and MSTP.

IRF 2 in daisy chain or ring topology combined with link aggregation across different chassis.

The devices support port mirroring for incoming and outgoing traffic to monitor packets on specific ports, as well as packet mirroring per monitoring port for network troubleshooting.

Excellent management capabilities< /h2>

H3C’s S5560S-SI Series switches provide simplified management with SNMPv1/v2/v3 support, allowing management across platforms such as Open View and iMC. Support for switch management via CLI and Telnet further simplifies tasks. The use of SSH 2.0 encryption provides additional security for the switch’s control channel.

High Availability

The following hardware is implemented in the switches High Availability:

Automatic monitoring of power supplies and fan modules, and alarms when power supply or temperature events are detected.

Adjusting fan speed depending on temperature changes.

Self-defense mechanisms that are triggered when detected overcurrent, overvoltage or excess temperature.

In addition to hardware redundancy, the switches provide various mechanisms for redundant nodes and channels, as well as the following protection mechanisms:

Ethernet link aggregation, including LACP.

Spanning tree protocols, including STP, RSTP and MSTP.

IRF 2 in daisy chain or ring topology combined with link aggregation across different chassis.

The devices support port mirroring for incoming and outgoing traffic to monitor packets on specific ports, as well as packet mirroring per monitoring port for network troubleshooting.

Excellent management capabilities< /h2>

H3C’s S5560S-SI Series switches provide simplified management with SNMPv1/v2/v3 support, allowing management across platforms such as Open View and iMC. Support for switch management via CLI and Telnet further simplifies tasks. The use of SSH 2.0 encryption provides additional security for the switch’s control channel.

High Availability

The following hardware is implemented in the switches High Availability:

Automatic monitoring of power supplies and fan modules, and alarms when power supply or temperature events are detected.

Adjusting fan speed depending on temperature changes.

Self-defense mechanisms that are triggered when detected overcurrent, overvoltage or excess temperature.

In addition to hardware redundancy, the switches provide various mechanisms for redundant nodes and channels, as well as the following protection mechanisms:

Ethernet link aggregation, including LACP.

Spanning tree protocols, including STP, RSTP and MSTP.

IRF 2 in daisy chain or ring topology combined with link aggregation across different chassis.

Brand

H3C

Additional information

Weight 7 kg
Switching capacity of ports

176 Gbps

Device switching capacity

128 Gbps

Packet forwarding speed

132 million packets/s

Front panel data ports

2 SFP+ 10G/1G BASE-X ports, 48 Ethernet 10/100/1000BASE-T ports (including 2 combo ports)

Console port

1 micro-USB console port, 1 RJ-45 console port, only the micro-USB console port will be available., When connected to both ports

Expansion slots

1

Flash/SDRAM

256 MB/512 MB

SDN/OpenFlow

Counters, Group tables, Multiple controllers (peer/master/slave controller role), OpenFlow 1.3, Simultaneous processing of multiple tables for flows

Port Specifications

Control based on percentage of port capacity, IEEE802.3x flow control (duplex mode), Storm suppression based on packets per second (PPS)/bit rate (BPS)

IRF2

Distributed device management, distributed link aggregation and distributed fault-tolerant routing, Local device stacking and remote device stacking, Stacking over standard Ethernet interfaces

VLANs

GVRP, MAC-based VLANs, Port-Based VLANs (up to 4094 VLANs), Protocol-based VLANs, QinQ and selective QinQ, VLAN Mapping, Voice VLAN

Access Control Lists (ACLs)

ACLs for different time periods, Bilateral ACLs, Packet filtering at layers 2 to 4, Traffic classification based on source MAC address, destination MAC address, IPv4/IPv6 source addresses, VLAN-based ACLs

DHCP

DHCP Auto Configuration, DHCP Client, DHCP relay, DHCP Server, DHCP snooping, Option82 Field Support for DHCP Snooping and Filtering

IP routing

1 thousand entries in the routing table IPV4, OSPFv1/v2 and OSPFv3, RIPv1/v2 and RIPng, Static Routing

MAC Address Table

16k

Multicast

IGMP/MLD Multicast Snooping and Filtering, Multicast VLAN

OAM

802.1ag, 802.3ah

Mirror duplication

Port Mirroring, RSPAN, Traffic mirroring

Safety

802.1X Protocol, AS/NZS 60950-1, Authentication MAC Address Based Authentication, CAN/CSA-C22.2 No.60950-1, Dynamic ARP Inspection, EAD, EN 60950-1, FDA 21 CFR Subpart J, GB 4943.1, Guest VLAN, Hierarchical Management user and password protection, IEC 60950-1, IP/port/MAC address binding, MAC address learning limitation, Man-in-the-Middle and ARP DoS Protection, Port Isolation, Port security controls, RADIUS Authentication, Source IP Spoofing Protection, SSH 2.0, UL 60950-1

Management and maintenance

Configuration via Command Line Interface (CLI), Telnet and Console Port, Device Link Discovery Protocol (DLDP), IMC Network Management System, Loopback Discovery, NTP, Ping, Tracert, Remote monitoring (RMON) of alarms, events and historical records, SNMPv1/v2/v3 and web-based network management system, Software Download and Update via XMODEM/FTP/TFTP, System Log, Severity-Based Alarms and Debug Information Output, Virtual Cable Tester (VCT)

Reduced power consumption

Automatic port power off, EEE (802.3az), Scheduled port shutdown

Input voltage

AC power supply current for 1110 W: 115 .. 240 V, 50 .. 60 Hz, AC power supply. current for 360 W: 100 .. 240 V, 50 .. 60 Hz, AC power supply. DC at 720 W: 100 .. 240 V, 50 .. 60 Hz, DC power supply. current: Maximum input voltage range -48V .. -60V DC. current, Input voltage for models with PoE:, Input voltage for models without PoE:

Working temperature

-5°C . .. 50°C (temperature under normal operating conditions), -5°C .. 40°C (when using transceivers with a maximum communication range ≥ 80 km), -5°C .. 45°C (using transceivers with a maximum communication range < 80 km), Altitude at sea level -60 m .. 5000 m: From 0 m altitude, the maximum operating temperature decreases by 0.33°C for every 100 m increase in altitude.

Storage temperature

-40°C .. +70°C

Electromagnetic compatibility

CISPR 24, CLASS A to AS/NZS CISPR32, CLASS A to CISPR 32, CLASS A to EN 55032, CLASS A to FCC Part 15 Subpart B, CLASS A to ICES-003, CLASS A to VCCI, EN 55024, EN 61000-3-2, EN 61000-3-3, ETSI EN 300 386 for installations in telecommunications centers, GB/T 9254, YD/T 993

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