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CloudEngine S5732-H series switches offer enhanced gigabit connectivity, simple convergence of wired and wireless networks and free mobility to create a multi-purpose network through consistent user experience and VXLAN-based virtualization.
CloudEngine S5732-H works at the aggregation or access layer in large and midsize campuses, at the core layer in branches and small campuses, and at the access layer in data centers. It provides all-GE optical downlink ports and fixed 40GE uplink ports and supports abnormal traffic detection, Encrypted Communications Analytics (ECA), and network-wide threat deception. With integrated security capabilities and intelligent network O&M, CloudEngine S5732 series enables you to create simple, intelligent campus networks.
To avoid the forwarding performance bottleneck on standalone WLAN ACs, the switch manages up to 1024 wireless APs and converges wireless and wired policy management.
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.
Secure your operations with built-in security probes, which precisely identify potential malicious traffic and collaborate with the CIS to achieve network-wide collaborative security protection.
|Product Model||CloudEngine S5732-H24S6Q||CloudEngine S5732-H48S6Q|
|Forwarding Performance||360 Mpps||420 Mpps|
|Switching Capacity||2.4 Tbit/s||2.4 Tbit/s|
|Fixed Ports||20 × GE SFP ports, 4 × 10GE SFP+ ports, 6 × 40GE QSFP+ ports||44 × GE SFP ports, 4 × 10GE SFP+ ports, 6 × 40GE QSFP+ ports|
|Wireless Services||Management of up to 1024 APs
AP access control, AP domain management, and AP configuration template management
Radio channel management, unified static configuration, and dynamic centralized management
WLAN basic services, QoS, security, and user management
CAPWAP, tag/terminal location, and spectrum analysis
|iPCA||Collection of real-time statistics on the number of lost packets and packet loss ratio at network and device level|
|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
|VXLAN||VXLAN L2 and L3 gateways
Centralized and distributed gateways
Configured through the NETCONF protocol
|Security||Encrypted communication analytics (ECA)
Threat trap technology
Network-wide security collaboration
|Interoperability||VBST (compatible with PVST, PVST+, and RPVST)
LNP (similar to DTP)
VCMP (similar to VTP)
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