BDCOM SWITCH S2210-B

BDCOM SWITCH S2210-B

  • BDCOM S2200 Series is a new-generation smart access switch designed for carrier’s IP MAN and enterprise networks. Based on the new-generation high-performance hardware and BDROS platform, it supports functions such as ACL, QinQ and QoS.
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  • BDCOM S2200 Series is a new-generation smart access switch designed for carrier’s IP MAN and enterprise networks. Based on the new-generation high-performance hardware and BDROS platform, it supports functions such as ACL, QinQ and QoS.

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ItemS2210P
Backplane18Gbps
Forwarding rate15Mpps
Dimensions  (W×H×D)340×200×44
Consumption<30W
POE/POE+Support
Power supplyAC: 100V-240V, 50Hz±10%
EnvironmentOperating temperature and humidity: 0℃-50℃, 10%-90% non-condensing

Storage temperature and humidity: -20℃-70℃, 5%-95% non-condensing

MAC exchangeStatic configuration and dynamic MAC learning

MAC browsing and removal

Configurable aging time of the MAC address

Limited number of learnable MAC addresses

MAC filtration

VLAN4K VLAN

GVRP

1:1 VLAN mapping and N:1 VLAN mapping

QinQ

Private VLAN

STP802.1D (STP), 802.1W (RSTP) and 802.1S (MSTP)

BPDU protection, root protection, and loopback protection

MulticastIGMP v1/v2/v3

IGMP snooping

IGMP Fast Leave

Multicast group strategy and quantity limitation

Multicast flow copying over VLANs

IPv4Static routing, RIP v1/v2, OSPF, BGP (Only S2528C, S2528GX and S2528P support the function.)
IPv6ICMPv6, DHCPv6, ACLv6 and IPv6 Telnet

IPv6 neighbor discovery

MLD V1/V2

IGMP snooping

QoSFlow classification based on L2~4 protocols

CAR flow limit

802.1P/DSCP priority re-labeling

SP, WRR, and “SP+WRR”

Congestion avoidance mechanisms like Tail-Drop and WRED

Flow monitoring and flow shaping

SecurityL2/L3/L4 ACL flow identification and filtration

DDoS attack prevention, TCP’s SYN Flood attack prevention, UDP Flood attack prevention, etc

Broadcast/multicast/unknown unicast storm-control

Port isolation

Port security, and “IP+MAC+port” binding

DHCP snooping and DHCP option 82

IEEE 802.1x authentication

Radius BDTacacs+ authentication

Level-based command line protection

ReliabilityStatic/LACP link aggregation

EAPS and ERPS

ISSU uninterrupted system upgrade

ManagementConsole, Telnet, SSH, Web

SNMP v1/v2/v3

TFTP

RMON