ZTE ZXR 10 5950-36TM-H

Layer 3 24 Cooper Gigabit Ports Aggregation Switch, supporting 10G Uplink

ZTE ZXR10 5950-36TM-H

 

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5950-H series switches provide high-density Gigabit access interfaces and 10Gigabit uplink interfaces, comprehensive L2 switching and L3 routing capabilities, and abundant security and reliability related features. 5950-H series switches support VSC (Virtual Switch Cluster); they can be applied in multiple scenarios including campus access and aggregation, IDC gigabit access, bringing big-bandwidth and reliable solution for enterprise or campus users.

5950-H supports UDF (user define forwarding) table. It allows flexibility in configuration –   the user can allocate more resources for a table requiring comparably more entries. For example ,one configuration may have a large L2 mac table and a small L3 host route table ,another configuration may have a large L3 host table and a small L2 mac table. The shared entry can reach 176K and can be flexibly partitioned.ZTE ZXR 10 5950-36TM-H is Layer 3 switch with 24 Fixed 10/100/1000 Base-T Interfaces and 4xGE Combo Interfaces supporting Expansion and SubCard slots.

Interfaces:

  • 24 x 10/100/1000 Base-T Interfaces
  • 4 x GE Combo (RJ45/SFP) Interfaces
  • 2 x Expansion Card Slot:
    • 4 x 10/100/1000 Base-T Interfaces
    • 4 x 1000 Base-X SFP Interfaces
    • 4 x 10G Base-X SFP+ Interfaces
  • 1 x SubCard Slot
    • 2 x 40G mini SAS stacking card

Performance:

  • Switching Capacity: 296 Gbps
  • L2 Packet Forwarding Rate: 222 Mpps
  • MAC Address Table Capacity: 128 000
  • Number of concurrent VLAN’s: 4094
  • Max number of SVI Interfaces: 1000
  • Routing: Static, RIP, OSPF, ISIS, BGP, MCE
  • Host Route Number: 16 000+12 000

Key Features:

  • M-Button
  • Modular Design
  • 10G Uplink Ports Support
  • 40G SAS stacking
  • UDF – User Defined Forwarding Table
  • VSC – Virtual Switching Clustering
  • L2/L3 Multicast Support
  • Multi-Core CPU
  • Redundant AC/DC Power Supply

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Virtual Switch Clustering(VSC)

Virtual Switch Clustering(VSC)

  • ZXR10 5950-H supports Virtual Switch Clustering (VSC), which means the virtualization of multiple physical switches into one logical switch. VSC enhances cluster system capacity and port density, and at the same time simplifies simple topology and eases administration. Network extensibility is enhanced for user can freely increase the capacity of a single logical network node. N+1 redundancy for the master switch help avoid single-point failure and reduces service breakdown.
    Access interfaces from different member switches can be used to form a logical smart-group, fully leveraging the capacity of each single switch member, and increasing the flexibility of network design.

User defined forwarding (UDF)

User defined forwarding(UDF)

  • 5950-H supports UDF(user define forwarding) table, which allows flexibility in configuration such that the user can allocate more resources for a table requiring comparably more entries ,for example ,one configuration may have a large L2 mac table and a small L3 host route table ,another configuration may have a large L3 host table and a small L2 mac table ,the shared entry can reach 176K ,and can be flexibly partitioned.


Full Service Support

Full Service Support

  • 5950-H series switches support full L2 switching technologies, including PVLAN, protocol-based VLAN, QinQ and VLAN translation, helping user to implement service identification and separation. L3 routing protocols including static routing, RIP, OSPF, IS-IS and BGP are all supported. Multicast-based technologies like video-surveillance, videoconference are becoming more and more popular these days. ZXR10 5950-H fully supports L2/L3 multicast, including IGMP snooping, Filtering, Proxy and Fast-leave, MVR (Multicast VLAN Registration) and PIM-SM to facilitate deployment of these services.