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S5730-68C-PWR-SI

S5730-68C-PWR-SI

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Huawei S5730-68C-PWR-SI switch with 48-ports 1000BASE-T, 4-ports 10GE SFP+, 2 power slots, without power module equipped
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Original, new and sealed switch; original packaging with seal; won't unpack the product without permission (insert the power module or replace the power supply cable).

Overview

Huawei S5730-68C-PWR-SI switch with 48-ports 1000BASE-T, 4-ports 10GE SFP+

With 2 power slots, without power module included

With 1 extension slot

Forwarding performance: 240 Mpps

Switching capacity: 680Gbps

32K MAC address entries

POE switch

 

The S5730-SI series switches (S5730-SI for short) are next-generation standard gigabit Layer 3 Ethernet switches that provide flexible full gigabit access and cost-effective fixed GE ports and 10GE uplink ports, meanwhile can provide 40GE uplink ports with an interface card. The S5730-SI was developed based on next-generation high-performing hardware and the Huawei Versatile Routing Platform (VRP). The S5730- SI supports simplified operations and maintenance (O&M), intelligent stack (iStack), flexible Ethernet networking. It also provides enhanced Layer 3 features and mature IPv6 features. The S5730-SI can be used in various scenarios. For example, it can be used as an access or aggregation switch on a campus network or as an access switch in a data center. 


Tech Specs

Item

Description

Fixed ports

48×10/ 100/ 1000 Base-T, 4×10 Gig SFP+

MAC address table

32K MAC

Dimensions mm (W×D ×H)

442× 420× 44.4

Slot

One extended slot that supports an interface card:4*40 GE QSFP+ interface card

Input voltage

AC: Rated AC voltage: 100-240V AC;50/60Hz Max AC voltage: 90-264V AC;47-63Hz;

DC: Rated DC power: -48- -60V DC Max DC voltage: -36- -72V DC

Maximum power consumption

Without card and PD: 68.3 W Without card and full PoE load: 925 W (switch power consumption: 185 W, PoE: 740 W) with AC 500W/ DC 650W power supply; Without card and full PoE load: 1733 W (switch power consumption: 294 W, PoE: 1440 W) with AC 1150W power supply

Typical power consumption (Without PD)

50.1W (Without card)

Operating temperature

0 m-1800 m altitude:0-45°C(long term);-5°C to 50°C (short term) 1800-5000 m altitude: The operating temperature reduces by 1°C every time the altitude increases by 220 m

Relative humidity

5% to 95% (non-condensing)

Heat dissipation

Heat dissipation using fans supporting intelligent speed adjustment

MAC address table

IEEE 802.1d compliance

32K MAC address entries

MAC address learning and aging

Static, dynamic, and blackhole MAC address entries

Packet filtering based on source MAC addresses

VLAN

4K VLANs

Guest VLAN and voice VLAN

GVRP

MUX VLAN

VLAN assignment based on MAC addresses, protocols, IP subnets, policies, and ports 1:1 and N:1 VLAN mapping

Reliability

RRPP ring topology and RRPP multi-instance

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

protection switchover

SEP

STP (IEEE 802.1d), RSTP (IEEE 802.1w), and MSTP (IEEE 802.1s)

ERPS (G.8032)

BPDU protection, root protection, and loop protection

Interoperability

VLAN-Based Spanning Tree (VBST), working with PVST, PVST+, and RPVST

Link-type Negotiation Protocol (LNP), similar to DTP

VLAN Central Management Protocol (VCMP), similar to VTP

IP routing

Static route, RIPv1/v2, RIPng, OSPF, OSPFv3, ECMP, IS-IS, IS-ISv6, BGP, BGP4+, VRRP, and VRRP6

Multicast

PIM DM, PIM SM, PIM SSM

IGMP v1/v2/v3,IGMP v1/v2/v3 snooping and IGMP fast leave

MLD v1/v2 and MLD v1/v2 snooping

Multicast forwarding in a VLAN and multicast replication between VLANs

Multicast load balancing among member ports of a trunk Controllable multicast

Port-based multicast traffic statistics

IPv6 features

Neighbor Discovery (ND)

Path MTU (PMTU)

IPv6 ping, IPv6 tracert, and IPv6 Telnet

6to4 tunnel, ISATAP tunnel, and manually configured tunnel

ACLs based on the source IPv6 address, destination IPv6 address, Layer 4 ports, or protocol type

QoS/ACL

Rate limiting on packets sent and received by a port

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 Layer 2 to Layer 4, filtering out invalid frames based on the source MAC address, destination MAC address, source IP address, destination IP address, TCP/UDP port number, protocol type, and VLAN ID

Rate limiting in each queue and traffic shaping on ports

Security

Hierarchical user management and password protection DoS attack defense, ARP attack defense, and ICMP attack defense

Binding of the IP address, MAC address, port number, and VLAN ID of a user

Port isolation, port security, and sticky MAC

MFF

Blackhole MAC address entries

Limit on the number of learned MAC addresses

IEEE 802.1x authentication and limit on the number of users on a port

AAA authentication, RADIUS authentication, HWTACACS authentication, and NAC SSH

v2.0

HTTPS CPU defense

Blacklist and whitelist

IEEE 802.1x authentication, MAC address authentication, and Portal authentication

DHCPv4/v6 client/relay/server/snooping Attack source tracing and punishment for IPv6 packets such as ND, DHCPv6, and MLD packets

SVF

Plug-and-play SVF client Automatic software and patch loading to clients

One-click and automatic delivery of service configurations Independent client running

OAM

Software OAM:

EFM OAM

CFM OAM

 Y.1731 performance test

Management and maintenance

iStack

Virtual cable test

SNMP v1/v2c/v3

RMON

Web-based NMS

System logs and alarms of different levels

802.3az EEE sFlow

Interoperability

Supports VBST (Compatible with PVST/PVST+/RPVST) Supports LNP (Similar to DTP)

Supports VCMP (Similar to VTP)

 


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