Ruijie RG-S5310-48GT4XS-P-E Switch de 48 puertos SFP 1G/10G
Switch gestionable L2/L3 de 48 puertos 10/100/1000BASE-T y 4 puertos GE SFP (no combinados), Incluida licencia de por vida de Ruijie Cloud Service.
La serie RG-S5310-E son conmutadores gigabit Ethernet de nueva generación lanzados por Ruijie de acuerdo con su filosofía de diseño de seguridad, alta eficiencia, ahorro de energía e innovación independiente. Esta serie puede proporcionar acceso gigabit completo y un intercambio de datos de enlace ascendente 10G flexible y extensible. Con una nueva arquitectura de hardware y
el último sistema operativo modular RGOS12.X de Ruijie, la serie RG-S5310-E es capaz de proporcionar más entradas de recursos, un procesamiento de hardware más rápido y una mejor experiencia de usuario.
- Network virtualization support (VSU).
- Dynamic network protection (CPP and NFPP technologies)
- SDN-ready (OpenFlow v1.3)
- Layer 3 routing support (RIP, OSPF)
- Advanced resiliency features
- Support: ERPS (G.8032), VRRP
- Lightning protection (up to 6KV)
Sound security protection policies
Viruses or Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) attacks are a common and influential type of network attack. RG-S5310-E series switches support ARP spoofing prevention in multiple modes. Regardless of whether clients obtain addresses automatically from the DHCP server or use static IP addresses, the RG-S5310-E series switches record the authentic IP+MAC addresses of clients and compare the addresses in ARP packets with the recorded IP+MAC addresses when the switch ports receive ARP packets from hosts. The switches forward only ARP packets whose addresses match the registered IP+MAC addresses and discard bogus ARP packets. In this way, ARP spoofing is protected outside the network and network users are protected against ARP virus attacks.
The RG-S5310-E series switches are capable of actively defending against various distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks on networks. Computers can become infected with viruses due to network openness or attackers can launch attacks on network devices and servers for various purposes, resulting in network unavailability. Common ARP flood attacks can cause the gateway to fail to respond to requests. ICMP flood attacks can paralyze network devices due to high CPU load. DHCP request flood attacks exhaust DHCP server addresses and users cannot obtain IP addresses to access the network.
usersThe RG-S5310-E series switches provide an industry-leading hardware CPU protection mechanism: CPU protection policy (CPP). It classifies data traffic sent to the CPU, processes traffic by queue priority and limits the bandwidth rate as needed. This protection mechanism largely protects the CPU against illegitimate traffic occupation, malicious attacks and resource consumption, ensuring CPU security and protecting the switches.
The RG-S5310-E series switches adopt the innovative Network Foundation Protection Policy (NFPP) technology to limit the rate of ARP packets, ICMP requests, DHCP requests and other packets sent to networks. The switches discard packets whose rate exceeds the threshold, identify attack behavior and isolate users who launch attacks. In this way, core networks are protected from network attacks and, therefore, network stability is guaranteed.
DHCP probing enables the RG-S5310-E series switches to receive DHCP responses only from trusted ports and prevents spoofing from unauthorized DHCP servers. With DHCP probing, the switches dynamically monitor ARP packets, verify user IP addresses, and discard illegitimate packets that do not match the bound entries, effectively preventing ARP spoofing and source IP address spoofing.
Virtual switching unit
The RG-S5310-E series switches support Virtual Switching Unit (VSU), in which multiple physical devices are connected and virtualized into one logical device. The devices use the same IP address, Telnet process and command line interface (CLI) for management and support automatic version checking and automatic configuration. Users must manage only this one logical device to enjoy the work efficiency and user experience of multiple devices.
Simplified management: Administrators can manage multiple switches in a unified manner, without the need to connect to each switch for configuration and management.
Simplified network topology: A VSU serves as a switch in a network and connects to peripheral devices through aggregated links. Therefore, there is no Layer 2 loop and no need to configure the Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol (MSTP). Several control protocols run on the VSU.
Millisecond failover: A VSU connects to peripheral devices through aggregated links. If a device or member link in the VSU malfunctions, data and services can be switched to another member link in only 50 to 200 milliseconds.
High scalability: User devices can be added to or removed from a virtualized network in a "hot-swap" fashion, without affecting the normal operation of other devices.
Increased ROI: the aggregated links used to connect the VSU to peripheral devices not only provide redundancy links but also implement load balancing. All network devices and bandwidth resources are properly utilized. Any 10G port can be used to build a VSU virtual network over data transmission cables. No additional cables or expansion cards are required, and the types of ports and cables are not limited. Therefore, the return on investment is better protected.
Spanning Tree Protocol (STP), Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP) and MSTP help the RG-S5310-E series switches achieve fast convergence, improve fault-tolerance capability, and ensure stable network operation and link load balancing. The switches use network channels appropriately to increase the utilization of redundant links.
The Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP) helps switches effectively ensure network stability.
With the Rapid Link Detection Protocol (RLDP), switches can quickly detect link connectivity and unidirectional fiber optic links. The port loop detection feature helps switches avoid network failures caused by loops resulting from an unauthorized port connection to hubs.
The RG-S5310-E series switches support Ethernet Ring Protection Switching (ERPS) technology, which is an international Layer 2 link redundancy backup protocol designed for the Ethernet core. The ERPS loop block and link recovery are implemented at the controlling device, and non-controlling devices directly report their link status to the controlling device, without processing from other non-controlling devices. Therefore, the loop interruption and recovery time of ERPS are faster than those of STP. Based on the above differences, ERPS supports link recovery in milliseconds in the ideal environment.
When STP is disabled, Rapid Link Protection Protocol (RLDP) can still provide basic link redundancy and millisecond-level failover faster than STP.
With Bidirectional Forwarding Detection (BFD), switches can detect links in milliseconds and quickly converge routing and other services through correlation with higher-layer routing protocols, ensuring continuity of services.
Software-defined networking (SDN)
The RG-S5310-E series supports OpenFlow 1.3 as the times demand and will collaborate with Ruijie's SDN controller to easily build large-scale L2/L3 networks. The switches enable you to seamlessly upgrade the entire network to an SDN network and provide access control, visualized operation and maintenance, and other SDN functions. The products greatly reduce network operation and maintenance costs while significantly simplifying network management.
In response to China's call for energy efficiency, Ruijie deeply studies the problems of noise and power consumption of conventional switches and integrates multiple energy-saving design ideas into the RG-S5310-E series switches. The switches reduce the loud noises caused by office deployment and solve the excessive power consumption resulting from large-scale deployment of access devices.
In addition, the RG-S5310-E series adopts next-generation hardware architecture, as well as advanced energy-efficient components and circuit design, to significantly save power and reduce noise. The entire series is equipped with variable-speed axial fans to intelligently control the fan speed according to the ambient temperature, which reduces power consumption and noise while ensuring stable operation of the devices.
In the PoE network environment, the RG-S5310-E series provides automatic PoE mode and power-saving PoE mode to meet users' needs.
Easy network maintenance
The RG-S5310-E series switches support Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP), Remote Network Monitoring (RMON), Syslog, Sampled Flow (sFlow), logging and configuration backup via USB flash drives for routine network diagnostics and maintenance. Administrators can also use CLI, web-based management, telnet, zero configuration based on WAN CPE management protocol (CWMP(TR069) and other methods to conveniently manage and maintain devices.
A PoE button is available on the switch panel. You can press this button to check the current communication status and PoE status of all ports on the switches.
The RG-S5310-E series supports Virtual Extensible Virtual LAN (VXLAN), which will allow users to build a logical L2 network into an L3 network through a software upgrade.
IPv4/IPv6 dual-stack multilayer switching
The hardware of the RG-S5310-E series switches supports line-rate IPv4/IPv6 dual-stack multilayer switching, distinguishes and processes IPv4 and IPv6 protocol packets. In that case, the switches can plan networks or maintain network status according to IPv6 network requirements and create IPv6 network communication solutions flexibly. The RG-S5310-E series switches support a wide range of IPv4 routing protocols, including static routing, RIP, OSPFv2, IS-ISv4 and BGP4. Users can select appropriate routing protocols based on network environments to build networks flexibly. The RG-S5310-E series switches also support numerous IPv6 routing protocols, including static routing, Next Generation Routing Information Protocol (RIPng), OSPFv3, IS-ISv6 and BGP4+,