BDCOM SWITCH S2528-B

BDCOM SWITCH S2528-B

The BDCOM S2528-B Series is a new generation of smart switches designed for operators’ IP MAN (metropolitan area network) and corporate networks. BDCOM S2528-B, Flash Memory: 16MBytes, DDR3: 128 Mbytes,

Switching capacity 56 Gbps, Send rate 42Mpps, 1 Console port, 24 pcs 10 / 100M / 1000M ports, 4 Gigabit SFP Ports, AC220V power supply; cooling fan, 1U, 19 inch rack mount installation.

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  • The BDCOM S2528-B Series is a new generation of smart switches designed for operators’ IP MAN (metropolitan area network) and corporate networks. BDCOM S2528-B, Flash Memory: 16MBytes, DDR3: 128 Mbytes,

    Switching capacity 56 Gbps, Send rate 42Mpps, 1 Console port, 24 pcs 10 / 100M / 1000M ports, 4 Gigabit SFP Ports, AC220V power supply; cooling fan, 1U, 19 inch rack mount installation.

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Bdcom S2528-B Specifications

The BDCOM S2528-B Series is a new generation of smart switches designed for operators' IP MAN (metropolitan area network) and corporate networks. Based on the next generation of high performance hardware and the BDROS platform, it supports functions such as ACL, QinQ and QoS. BDCOM S2528-B, Flash Memory: 16MBytes, DDR3: 128 Mbytes, Switching capacity 56 Gbps, Sending rate 42Mpps, 1 Console port, 24 10 / 100M / 1000M ports, 4 Gigabit SFP Ports, AC220V power supply; cooling fan, 1U, 19 inch rack mount installation.

topic S2528-B
Switching capacity 56gbps
Send rate 42mpps
Port 24 10 / 100M / 1000M Base-T ports + 4 gigabit SFP ports
Dimensions in mm (W × D × H) 440.5 × 44.5 × 230 
Consumption 24W
Power source AC: 100V-240V, 50Hz ± 10%
environment Operating temperature / humidity: 0 ℃ -50 ℃, 10% to 90% non-condensing
Storage temperature / humidity: -20 ı -70 lığı; 5% to 95% non-condensing
MATCH  Static configuration and dynamic learning of MAC address
Check and delete MAC address
Configuring MAC address aging time
Limit the number of MAC address learning
MAC address filtering function
VLAN 4K VLAN entries
GVRP
1: 1 and N: 1 VLAN Mapping
qinqin
Private VLAN
STP 802.1D (STP), 802.1W (RSTP), 802.1S (MSTP)
BPDU protection, root protection and ring protection
Multicast IGMP v1 / v2 / v3
IGMP Snooping
IGMP Quick Release
Multicast group policy and multicast number limit
Multicast traffic cross VLAN replication
IPv4 Static routing
IPv6 ICMPv6, DHCPv6 and IPv6 Telnet
IPv6 Neighbor Finding
MLD v1 / v2
MLD Snooping
QoS Traffic classification of each area of ​​L2 / L3 / L4 protocol headers
CAR traffic control
802.1P / DSCP priority note
Multiple queuing algorithms such as SP, WRR or SP + WRR
Tail-Drop, WRED
Traffic control and traffic shaping
Security features Identification and filtering of L2 / L3 / L4-based ACL
Attack against DDoS attack, attack against SYN or attack against TCP or UDP Flood attack
broadcast, multicast and unknown single point packet suppression
Port isolation
Port security, IP + MAC + port connection
DHCP Snooping, DHCP Option 82
IEEE 802.1x authentication
Radius and BDTacacs + verification
Command-line authorization control based on user levels
Reliability Static / LACP connection aggregation
EAPS and ERPS
ISSI
Management and Maintenance Console, Telnet, SSH 2.0
WEB-based management style
SNMP v1 / v2 / v3
Downloading and downloading TFTP files
RMON