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S6700-24-EI PN.02352768
24xGE SFP/10GE SFP+ without power module
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Description: Huawei S6700-24-EI switch with 24-ports GE SFP/10GE SFP+, 2 power slots, without power module equipped
Quantity: In Stock
Overview

HuaweiS6700-24-EI switch with 24-ports GE SFP/10GE SFP+

With 2 power slots, without module included

No extension slot

Forwarding perfomance: 360Mpps

Switching capacity: 960Gbps

128K MAC address entries

Non-POE


Huawei Quidway S6700 series gigabit enterprise switches is designed for high-bandwidth access and Ethernet aggregation. Huawei Quidway S6700 can be used in various campus network scenarios: access switch, aggregation switch, gigabit access switch in Internet data center, or desktop switch to provide 1000 Mbps access for terminals. 

Tech Specs

Specification
Port

24 GE SFP/10 GE SFP+ ports

MAC address table

128 K MAC address entries

MAC address learning and aging
Static, dynamic, and blackhole MAC address entries
Packet filtering based on source MAC addresses
VLAN4K VLANs
Guest VLAN and voice VLAN
VLAN assignment based on MAC addresses, protocols, IP subnets, policies, and ports
1:1 and N:1 VLAN Mapping
QinQ and selective QinQ
ReliabilitySTP(IEEE 802.1d), RSTP(IEEE 802.1w), and MSTP(IEEE 802.1s)
BPDU protection, root protection, and loop protection
RRPP ring topology and RRPP multi-instance

Smart Link tree topology and Smart Link multi-instance, providing the millisecond-level protection switchover

SEP, E-Trunk
ERPS(G.8032 v2)
BFD for OSPF, BFD for IS-IS, BFD for VRRP, and BFD for PIM
IPv4 routingStatic routing, RIPv1, RIPv2, ECMP, and URPF
OSPF, IS-IS, and BGP
VRRP
Policy-based routing
Routing policy
IPv6 routingStatic route
RIPng
OSPFv3
BGP4+
IPv6 featuresNeighbor Discovery (ND)
Path MTU (PMTU)
IPv6 ping, IPv6 tracert, and IPv6 Telnet
ACLs based on the source IPv6 address, destination IPv6 address, Layer 4 ports, or protocol type
MLD v1/v2 snooping
6to4 tunnel, ISATAP tunnel, and manually configured tunnel
MulticastStatic Layer 2 multicast MAC address
MAC-based multicast forwarding
IGMP snooping and IGMP fast leave
Multicast VLAN
MLD snooping
IGMP proxy
Controllable multicast
Port-based multicast traffic statistics
IGMP v1/v2/v3
PIM-SM, PIM-DM, and PIM-SSM
MSDP
QoS/ACLRate limiting on packets sent and received by an interface
Packet redirection
Port-based traffic policing and two-rate three-color CAR
Eight queues on each port
WRR, DRR, SP, WRR+SP, and DRR+SP queue scheduling algorithms
Re-marking of the 802.1p priority and DSCP priority
Packet filtering at Layers 2 through 4, filtering out invalid frames based on the source MAC address, destination MAC address, source IP address, destination IP address, port number, protocol type, and VLAN ID
Rate limiting in each queue and traffic shaping on ports
MPLS features

MPLS L3VPN

MPLS L2VPN (VPWS/VPLS)

MPLS-TE

MPLS QoS

SecurityDoS attack defense, ARP attack defense, and ICMP attack defense
802.1x authentication and limit on the number of users on an interface
AAA authentication, RADIUS authentication, HWTACACS authentication, and NAC
SSH v2.0
Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS)
CPU defense
Blacklist and whitelist
Management and maintenanceMAC Forced Forwarding (MFF), iStack (using service ports as stack ports)
Virtual cable test, 
SNMP v1/v2c/v3, 
RMON
Web-based NMS
System logs and alarms of different levels
GVRP
MUX VLAN
Local port mirroring and remote switched port analyzer (RSPAN), allowing an observing port to forward packets
Ethernet OAM (IEEE 802.3ah and 802.1ag), sFlow
InteroperabilitySupports VBST (Compatible with PVST/PVST+/RPVST)
Supports LNP (Similar to DTP)
Supports VCMP (Similar to VTP)
Input DC voltage: Rated input voltage range-48 V DC to -60 V DC
Input DC voltage: Maximum voltage range-36 V DC to -72 V DC
Input AC voltage: Rated input voltage range100 V AC to 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
Input AC voltage: Maximum voltage range90 V AC to 264 V AC, 50/60 Hz
Operating temperature

Operating temperature: 0-45℃

Relative humidity5% to 95% (non-condensing)
Dimensions (W x D x H)442mm×420mm×43.6mm
Power consumption

153W

Q&A

Q: Can S6700 10000M Port Connect to the 1000M Optical Module?

A: S6700 10000M port can connect to the 1000M optical module.

    In V100R006C00SPC800, when the S6700 10000M port connects to a GE optical module, the port rate switches to 1000M and works in non-auto-negotiation mode. If the 10000M port connects to the 1000M optical port on the peer device, the 10000M port can become Up only when the peer device works in non-auto-negotiation mode. After the S6700 has V100R006SPH005 installed and the S6700 10000M port connects to a GE optical module, you can run the negotiation auto command to switch the port to auto-negotiation. In this case, the 10000M port can connect to the 1000M optical port in auto-negotiation mode.

    In later versions of V100R006C00SPC800, when the S6700 10000M port connects to a GE optical module, the port rate switches to 1000M and works in auto-negotiation mode.


Q: After the shutdown and undo shutdown Commands Are Used on a Trunk Member Interface of an S6700, Traffic Is Interrupted. Why?

A: When the shutdown and undo shutdown commands are used on a trunk member interface of an S6700, the trunk bandwidth changes. The ifnet sends a port rate change event. MSTP responds to the event and delivers the Block flag to the outbound port. As a result, the outbound port cannot forward traffic. After 15s, MSTP delivers the forward flag to the port. Traffic can be forwarded. When the shutdown and undo shutdown commands are used on a trunk member interface of an S6700, traffic is interrupted for 15s.


Q: Can the S6700 Switches Be Configured Not to Take Any Action After Detecting Loops?

A: After loop detection is enabled on the S6700 switches:

• The switches perform the configured action after detecting a loop. 

• The action can be changed but cannot be disabled. When the action is changed to trap, the switches only report a trap and do not take any action after detecting a loop.


Q: Do the S6700 Switches Transparently Transmit BPDUs by Default?

A: By default, the S6700 switches do not transparently transmit Bridge Protocol Data Unit (BPDUs).


Q: How Does a S6700 Switch Process a Packet Whose Source MAC Address Is the Same as the Bridge MAC Address?

A: A S6700 switch process such a packet according to whether a Layer 3 VLANIF interface corresponding to the VLAN ID of the packet has been created: 

• If no VLANIF interface has been created, the switch forwards the packet at Layer 2. 

• If such a VLANIF interface has been created, the switch discards the packet.


Q: Does the S6700 on Which vlan-mapping and vlan-stacking Are Configured Support remark 8021p?

A: The S6700 supports remark 8021p.


Q: Does the S6700 Support Blackhole Routes?

A: The S6700 V100R006 and later versions support blackhole routes. The following command configures a blackhole route: ip route-static ip-address mask NULL 0


Q: How to Configure Rate Limit on S6700?

A: When you configure rate limit, the following configuration is recommended: 

• Set the CIR, CBS, and PBS values but not the PIR value. 

• CBS = 200 x CIR 

• PBS = 2 x CBS = 2 x 200 x CIR = 400 x CIR

 The CIR value is expressed in kbit/s, and the CBS and PBS values are expressed in bytes.

• Set the rate limit for outgoing packets on the interface to 10 Mbit/s.

• [HUAWEI] interface ethernet 0/0/1

[HUAWEI-Ethernet0/0/1] qos lr outbound cir 10240 cbs 2048000

• Set the rate limit for incoming packets on the interface to 10 Mbit/s.

• [HUAWEI] interface ethernet 0/0/1

[HUAWEI-Ethernet0/0/1] qos lr inbound cir 10240 cbs 2048000


Q: Can Thunder-link.com provide MIB for Huawei S6700 switch?

A: Yes, you may contact our sales person


Q: Can I get technical support from Thunder-link.com if we purchase S6700-24-EI from you?

A: Yes, Thunder-link.com has experienced technical team on Huawei switches, however, you may need to purchase technical support service from us as by default we only provide one year hardware warranty.


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S6700-24-EI PN.02352768

24xGE SFP/10GE SFP+ without power module

Price: US $--

Description:

Huawei S6700-24-EI switch with 24-ports GE SFP/10GE SFP+, 2 power slots, without power module equipped

Quantity: In Stock

Overview

HuaweiS6700-24-EI switch with 24-ports GE SFP/10GE SFP+

With 2 power slots, without module included

No extension slot

Forwarding perfomance: 360Mpps

Switching capacity: 960Gbps

128K MAC address entries

Non-POE


Huawei Quidway S6700 series gigabit enterprise switches is designed for high-bandwidth access and Ethernet aggregation. Huawei Quidway S6700 can be used in various campus network scenarios: access switch, aggregation switch, gigabit access switch in Internet data center, or desktop switch to provide 1000 Mbps access for terminals. 

Tech Specs
Specification
Port

24 GE SFP/10 GE SFP+ ports

MAC address table

128 K MAC address entries

MAC address learning and aging
Static, dynamic, and blackhole MAC address entries
Packet filtering based on source MAC addresses
VLAN4K VLANs
Guest VLAN and voice VLAN
VLAN assignment based on MAC addresses, protocols, IP subnets, policies, and ports
1:1 and N:1 VLAN Mapping
QinQ and selective QinQ
ReliabilitySTP(IEEE 802.1d), RSTP(IEEE 802.1w), and MSTP(IEEE 802.1s)
BPDU protection, root protection, and loop protection
RRPP ring topology and RRPP multi-instance

Smart Link tree topology and Smart Link multi-instance, providing the millisecond-level protection switchover

SEP, E-Trunk
ERPS(G.8032 v2)
BFD for OSPF, BFD for IS-IS, BFD for VRRP, and BFD for PIM
IPv4 routingStatic routing, RIPv1, RIPv2, ECMP, and URPF
OSPF, IS-IS, and BGP
VRRP
Policy-based routing
Routing policy
IPv6 routingStatic route
RIPng
OSPFv3
BGP4+
IPv6 featuresNeighbor Discovery (ND)
Path MTU (PMTU)
IPv6 ping, IPv6 tracert, and IPv6 Telnet
ACLs based on the source IPv6 address, destination IPv6 address, Layer 4 ports, or protocol type
MLD v1/v2 snooping
6to4 tunnel, ISATAP tunnel, and manually configured tunnel
MulticastStatic Layer 2 multicast MAC address
MAC-based multicast forwarding
IGMP snooping and IGMP fast leave
Multicast VLAN
MLD snooping
IGMP proxy
Controllable multicast
Port-based multicast traffic statistics
IGMP v1/v2/v3
PIM-SM, PIM-DM, and PIM-SSM
MSDP
QoS/ACLRate limiting on packets sent and received by an interface
Packet redirection
Port-based traffic policing and two-rate three-color CAR
Eight queues on each port
WRR, DRR, SP, WRR+SP, and DRR+SP queue scheduling algorithms
Re-marking of the 802.1p priority and DSCP priority
Packet filtering at Layers 2 through 4, filtering out invalid frames based on the source MAC address, destination MAC address, source IP address, destination IP address, port number, protocol type, and VLAN ID
Rate limiting in each queue and traffic shaping on ports
MPLS features

MPLS L3VPN

MPLS L2VPN (VPWS/VPLS)

MPLS-TE

MPLS QoS

SecurityDoS attack defense, ARP attack defense, and ICMP attack defense
802.1x authentication and limit on the number of users on an interface
AAA authentication, RADIUS authentication, HWTACACS authentication, and NAC
SSH v2.0
Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS)
CPU defense
Blacklist and whitelist
Management and maintenanceMAC Forced Forwarding (MFF), iStack (using service ports as stack ports)
Virtual cable test, 
SNMP v1/v2c/v3, 
RMON
Web-based NMS
System logs and alarms of different levels
GVRP
MUX VLAN
Local port mirroring and remote switched port analyzer (RSPAN), allowing an observing port to forward packets
Ethernet OAM (IEEE 802.3ah and 802.1ag), sFlow
InteroperabilitySupports VBST (Compatible with PVST/PVST+/RPVST)
Supports LNP (Similar to DTP)
Supports VCMP (Similar to VTP)
Input DC voltage: Rated input voltage range-48 V DC to -60 V DC
Input DC voltage: Maximum voltage range-36 V DC to -72 V DC
Input AC voltage: Rated input voltage range100 V AC to 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
Input AC voltage: Maximum voltage range90 V AC to 264 V AC, 50/60 Hz
Operating temperature

Operating temperature: 0-45℃

Relative humidity5% to 95% (non-condensing)
Dimensions (W x D x H)442mm×420mm×43.6mm
Power consumption

153W

Q&A

Q: Can S6700 10000M Port Connect to the 1000M Optical Module?

A: S6700 10000M port can connect to the 1000M optical module.

    In V100R006C00SPC800, when the S6700 10000M port connects to a GE optical module, the port rate switches to 1000M and works in non-auto-negotiation mode. If the 10000M port connects to the 1000M optical port on the peer device, the 10000M port can become Up only when the peer device works in non-auto-negotiation mode. After the S6700 has V100R006SPH005 installed and the S6700 10000M port connects to a GE optical module, you can run the negotiation auto command to switch the port to auto-negotiation. In this case, the 10000M port can connect to the 1000M optical port in auto-negotiation mode.

    In later versions of V100R006C00SPC800, when the S6700 10000M port connects to a GE optical module, the port rate switches to 1000M and works in auto-negotiation mode.


Q: After the shutdown and undo shutdown Commands Are Used on a Trunk Member Interface of an S6700, Traffic Is Interrupted. Why?

A: When the shutdown and undo shutdown commands are used on a trunk member interface of an S6700, the trunk bandwidth changes. The ifnet sends a port rate change event. MSTP responds to the event and delivers the Block flag to the outbound port. As a result, the outbound port cannot forward traffic. After 15s, MSTP delivers the forward flag to the port. Traffic can be forwarded. When the shutdown and undo shutdown commands are used on a trunk member interface of an S6700, traffic is interrupted for 15s.


Q: Can the S6700 Switches Be Configured Not to Take Any Action After Detecting Loops?

A: After loop detection is enabled on the S6700 switches:

• The switches perform the configured action after detecting a loop. 

• The action can be changed but cannot be disabled. When the action is changed to trap, the switches only report a trap and do not take any action after detecting a loop.


Q: Do the S6700 Switches Transparently Transmit BPDUs by Default?

A: By default, the S6700 switches do not transparently transmit Bridge Protocol Data Unit (BPDUs).


Q: How Does a S6700 Switch Process a Packet Whose Source MAC Address Is the Same as the Bridge MAC Address?

A: A S6700 switch process such a packet according to whether a Layer 3 VLANIF interface corresponding to the VLAN ID of the packet has been created: 

• If no VLANIF interface has been created, the switch forwards the packet at Layer 2. 

• If such a VLANIF interface has been created, the switch discards the packet.


Q: Does the S6700 on Which vlan-mapping and vlan-stacking Are Configured Support remark 8021p?

A: The S6700 supports remark 8021p.


Q: Does the S6700 Support Blackhole Routes?

A: The S6700 V100R006 and later versions support blackhole routes. The following command configures a blackhole route: ip route-static ip-address mask NULL 0


Q: How to Configure Rate Limit on S6700?

A: When you configure rate limit, the following configuration is recommended: 

• Set the CIR, CBS, and PBS values but not the PIR value. 

• CBS = 200 x CIR 

• PBS = 2 x CBS = 2 x 200 x CIR = 400 x CIR

 The CIR value is expressed in kbit/s, and the CBS and PBS values are expressed in bytes.

• Set the rate limit for outgoing packets on the interface to 10 Mbit/s.

• [HUAWEI] interface ethernet 0/0/1

[HUAWEI-Ethernet0/0/1] qos lr outbound cir 10240 cbs 2048000

• Set the rate limit for incoming packets on the interface to 10 Mbit/s.

• [HUAWEI] interface ethernet 0/0/1

[HUAWEI-Ethernet0/0/1] qos lr inbound cir 10240 cbs 2048000


Q: Can Thunder-link.com provide MIB for Huawei S6700 switch?

A: Yes, you may contact our sales person


Q: Can I get technical support from Thunder-link.com if we purchase S6700-24-EI from you?

A: Yes, Thunder-link.com has experienced technical team on Huawei switches, however, you may need to purchase technical support service from us as by default we only provide one year hardware warranty.


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