CloudEngine S5735-S-V2 Series Switches
Based on the next-generation high-performance hardware and Huawei's unified software platform, the CloudEngine S5735-S-V2 series switches support enhanced Layer 3 features, easy O&M, flexible Ethernet networking, and mature IPv6 features.
These switches can be used in various application scenarios, such as the access and aggregation layers of enterprise campuses, and the access layer of data centers.
Super power supply
Intelligent network O&M
|Product Model||CloudEngine S5735-S24T4XE-V2||CloudEngine S5735-S24P4XE-V2||CloudEngine S5735-S24U4XE-V2||CloudEngine S5735-S48T4XE-V2||CloudEngine S5735-S48P4XE-V2||CloudEngine S5735-S48U4XE-V2|
|Forwarding Performance||132 Mpps||132 Mpps||132 Mpps||168 Mpps||168 Mpps||168 Mpps|
|Switching Capacity2||176 Gbps/520 Gbps||176 Gbps/520 Gbps||176 Gbps/520 Gbps||224 Gbps/520 Gbps||224 Gbps/520 Gbps||224 Gbps/520 Gbps|
|Fixed Ports||24 x 10/100/1000Base-T ports, 4 x 10 GE SFP+ ports, 2 stack ports||48 x 10/100/1000Base-T ports, 4 x 10 GE SFP+ ports, 2 stack ports|
|PoE||-||Supported,PoE+||Supported，90W PoE++||-||Supported,PoE+||Supported，90W PoE++|
|Power supply type||1+1 power supply backup||3 power supplies, N+1 power supply backup||3 power supplies, N+1 power supply backup||1+1 power supply backup||3 power supplies, N+1 power supply backup||3 power supplies, N+1 power supply backup|
|MAC Features||MAC address auto-learning and aging
Static, dynamic, and blackhole MAC address entries
Packet filtering based on source MAC addresses
Interface-based MAC address learning limiting
VLAN assignment based on MAC addresses, protocols, IP subnets, policies, and ports
|IP Routing||Static route, RIPv1/v2, RIPng, OSPF, OSPFv3, ECMP, IS-IS, IS-ISv6, BGP, BGP4+, VRRP, and VRRP6|
|Interoperability||VBST (compatible with PVST/PVST+/RPVST)
LNP (similar to DTP)
For detailed interoperability certifications and test reports, click HERE.
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2. The value before the slash (/) refers to the device's switching capability, while the value after the slash (/) means the system's switching capability.