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CloudEngine S6730-H-V2 Series 25 GE Switches
CloudEngine S6730-H-V2 series 25GE switches are next-generation switches that deliver 48-port 25GE downlink and 6-port 100GE uplink connectivity for enterprise campuses, carriers, higher education institutions, and governments.
The series offers free mobility to deliver a consistent user experience and also supports Virtual Extensible Local Area Network (VXLAN)-based virtualization, creating a multi-purpose network. By leveraging Deterministic IP (DIP) technology, CloudEngine S6730-H-V2 enables deterministic forwarding with just microsecond-level jitter at the IP layer.
Up to 48 25GE downlink ports and 6 100GE uplink ports.
Support VXLAN-based virtual networks, achieving "one network for multiple purposes".
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.
|Product Model||CloudEngine S6730-H48Y6C-V2||CloudEngine S6730-H48Y6C-TV2|
|Fixed Ports||48 x 25 Gig SFP28, 6 x 100 Gig QSFP28||48 x 25 Gig SFP28, 6 x 100 Gig QSFP28|
|iPCA||Collection of real-time statistics on the number of lost packets and packet loss ratio at network and device levels|
|VXLAN||VXLAN L2 and L3 gateways
Centralized and distributed gateways
Configured through the NETCONF protocol
|QoS||Traffic classifier technologies from the link layer to the application layer
Comprehensive queue scheduling algorithms and congestion control algorithms
Multi-level precise scheduling of data flows
Hardware-based low-latency queues for multicast packets
|Interoperability||VBST (compatible with PVST/PVST+/RPVST)
LNP (similar to DTP)
VCMP (similar to VTP)
For detailed interoperability certifications and test reports, click HERE.
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