S7700 can function as a high-density modular access switch, or can work as a core or aggregation switch in a medium-or large-sized campus network.
•In high-density access scenarios that do not have high requirements on the number of ports, S7703 can be chosen.
•In aggregation and core scenarios that require high port density, S7706/7712 can be selected.
•If PoEis required, S7703/S7706 PoEmodels are recommended. They support 60 W onall ports.
|Number of service slots||3||6||12|
|Per-slot bandwidth (bidirectional)||640 Gbps||Up to 720 Gbps*|
|Forwarding performance||1440 Mpps||2880 Mpps|
|Port type||GE/10GE/100GE (auto-sensing 40GE)|
|Number of independent fans||1||2|
|Switch fabric||None||Integrated SRUand SFU|
|Integrated wireless access controller(WAC)||Yes,managing up to 1K APs||Yes,managing up to 4K APs|
GE (optical + electrical), 10GE, and 100GE ports
Hot swap of SRUs (including SFUs), power modules, and fan modules
VXLAN networking and free mobility supported
Wired and wireless convergence
Integrated WAC, managing up to 4K APs
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