BDCOM SWITCH S2226-I

BDCOM SWITCH S2226-I

BDCOM S2200I Series switches are new generation smart access ones developed by Shanghai Baud Data Communication Co., Ltd for carrier’s IP MAN and enterprise networks. S2200I, based on new-generation high-performance hardware and the BDROS platform, supports functions such as powerful ACL, QinQ, 1:1 or N:1 VLAN switching, Ethernet OAM and carrier-level QoS. Various management modes, flexible installation modes, lightning protection, low-consumption and being fan-free of this switch series meet the multi-service bearing requirements and the access requirements of all complicated applications.

 

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BDCOM S2200I Series switches are new generation smart access ones developed by Shanghai Baud Data Communication Co., Ltd for carrier’s IP MAN and enterprise networks. S2200I, based on new-generation high-performance hardware and the BDROS platform, supports functions such as powerful ACL, QinQ, 1:1 or N:1 VLAN switching, Ethernet OAM and carrier-level QoS. Various management modes, flexible installation modes, lightning protection, low-consumption and being fan-free of this switch series meet the multi-service bearing requirements and the access requirements of all complicated applications.

 

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Technical parameters

 

 

Total swap capability 8.8Gbps
Total packet forwarding ratio 6.6Mpps
MAC volume 16K
Description of service ports 24 10/100Base-T ports and 2 gigabit Combo ports (10/100/1000Base-T or 100/1000Base-X)
Dimensions  (unit: mm) (W*H*D) 310×162×44
Power consumption <20W
Power supply AC 100V-240V 50Hz±10%

DC -36V~-72V

Environment requirements Working temperature and humidity: 0℃-50℃, 10%-90% non-condensing

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

MAC exchange Static configuration and dynamic MAC learning

MAC browsing and removal

Configurable aging time of the MAC address

Limited number of learnable MAC addresses

MAC filtration

Black-hole MAC list

VLAN 4K VLAN list

GVRP

1:1 VLAN mapping and N:1 VLAN mapping

Supporting QinQ

PVLAN

STP 802.1D (STP), 802.1W (RSTP) and 802.1S (MSTP)

BPDU protection, root protection, and loopback protection

Multicast IGMP v1/v2/v3

IGMP snooping

IGMP Fast Leave

Multicast group strategy and multicast group quantity limitation

Multicast flow copying over VLANs

IPv6 ICMPv6, DHCPv6, ACLv6 and IPv6 Telnet

IPv6 neighbor discovery

Path MTU discovery

MLD V1/V2

IGMP snooping

QoS Flow classification based on each field in the heads of L2/L3/L4 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

Security features L2/L3/L4 ACL flow identification and filtration

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

Limitation of broadcast/multicast/unknown unicast packets

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

Reliability Static/LACP link aggregation, and link aggregation over service cards

EAPS and ERPS

ISSU uninterrupted system upgrade

Management and maintenance Console, Telnet, SSH 2.0

Browse-based WEB management mode

SNMP v1/v2/v3

TFTP-patterned file upload/download management

RMON event record