CloudEngine S6730-S Series Switches
CloudEngine S6730-S Series Kapcsolók
Huawei CloudEngine S6730-S series full-featured switches provide 10 GE downlink ports as well as 40 GE uplink ports. They can be used to provide high-speed access for 10 Gbit/s access to high-density servers or function as core/aggregation switches on a campus network to provide a rate of 40 Gbit/s. With VXLAN-based virtualization, comprehensive security policies, and various QoS features, CloudEngine S6730-S can help you build scalable, reliable, and secure campus and data center networks.
Automated Network Services
VXLAN-based virtualization automates deployment of Virtual Networks (VNs), achieving "one network for multiple purposes" and reducing OPEX by 80%.
Integrated Security Capabilities
The embedded security probes identify potential malicious traffic and collaborate with the CIS to achieve network-wide collaborative security protection.
Intelligent Network O&M
Collect device data in real time through Telemetry and collaborate with the campus network analyzer CampusInsight to quickly detect network problems that affect user experience.
|24 x 10 Gig SFP+,6 x 40 Gig QSFP+
|VXLAN L2 and L3 gateways
Centralized and distributed gateways
Configured through the NETCONF protocol
|Super Virtual Fabric (SVF)
|Functions as the parent node to virtualize downstream switches and APs vertically as one device for simpler management
Supports a two-layer client architecture
Supports third-party devices between SVF parent and clients
|Collection of real-time statistics on the number of lost packets and packet loss ratio at network and device level
|Encrypted communication analytics (ECA)
Threat trap technology
Network-wide security collaboration
|VBST (compatible with PVST, PVST+, and RPVST)
LNP (similar to DTP)
VCMP (similar to VTP)
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