4-Slot 4U Ethernet Layer 3 Switch | 100Gb Ethernet Switch N6400H - NADDOD

N6400H, 4-Slot 4U Ethernet L3 Data Center Switch Unloaded, 128x 40/100Gb QSFP28 | 112x 10Gb SFP+ ,with 32x 40/100Gb QSFP28, Support MLAG, Broadcom Chip, Support RoCE

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Model: N6400H
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Item Spotlights

  • Support up to 4 line cards with 128x 100G ports or 112x 10G/32x 100G physical ports
  • BCM56980 switch chip,64M large cache can effectively deal withpacket loss problem
  • Support RoCE, Ethernet PFC/ECN are supported to build an end-to-end lossless network
  • Support 2+2 pluggable power redundancy, 5+1 smart fans
  • Support EVPN, IPv4/IPv6, RIP, OSPF, BGP, ECMP, QOS, IP Tunnel
  • Support VLAN, STP, RSTP, MSTP, LACP, VRRP
  • Support , ACL, 802.1x , AAA/RADIUS/TACAS+, Anti-ARP, MAC, ICMP, DHCP, DOS
N6400H, 128x 40/100Gb QSFP28 | 112x 10Gb SFP+, Managed Data Center Switch Unloaded
N6400H, 4-Slot 4U Ethernet L3 Data Center Switch Unloaded, 128x 40/100Gb QSFP28 | 112x 10Gb SFP+ ,with 32x 40/100Gb QSFP28, Support MLAG, Broadcom Chip, Support RoCE
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Specifications
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Product Highlights
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Description

N6400H, Data Center Switch, supports up to 4 line cards with 128x 100G ports or 112x 10G and 32x 100G ports, Support RoCE

N6400H switch can be installed with M32C or M24X8C line cards and supports up to 128x 40/100G QSFP28 ports or 112x 10G SFP+ ports with 32x 40/100G QSFP28 ports. It is the best choice for backbone deployments in large data centers, HPC, service providers and cloud providers. The switch has a large 65M cache to effectively cope with burst traffic and large packet transmission and reduce packet loss. Using PFC/ECN and other network flow control technologies, it builds an end-to-end, lossless, low-latency forwarding RDMA (Remote Direct Memory Access) base bearer network to meet the network deployment requirements of AI, HPC, HDFS, BD and other application scenarios. The combination of network virtualization and RoCE enables a total solution for large high-performance data centers.

Specifications
Number of Line Card Slots
4
Switch Chip
BCM56980
Max. 100G Ports
128x100G
CPU
Intel Broadwell-DE D1527
Max. 40G Ports
128x40G
Switching Capacity
25.6 Tbps
Max. 10G+100G Ports
112x10G+32x100G
Forwarding Rate
19050Mpps
SDRAM/DRAM/RAM
16GB
Store and Forwarding
Store and Forwarding
Flash Memory
240GB
Number of VLANs
4K
Packet Buffer
64M
MAC Address
8K
Power Supply
4 (2+2 Redundancy)Hot-swappable
Jumbo Frame
9216
RoCE
Supported
Fan Number
6 (5+1 Redundancy)Hot-swappable, Front-to-Back
IPv4/IPv6 Routes
128K/64K
Max.Power Consumption
<2000W
Latency
<1.2μs
Noise
<50dB
System Restart
<120s
Rack Space
4RU
Software Update
TFTP/FTP
Weight
53KG net weight, 59KG with package
MTBF
>100K Hours
Dimensions(HxWxD)
6.88"x31.50"x17.64"(174.8X800x448mm)
Warranty
5 Years(Limited Lifetime Warranty, 30-Day Return)
Connectivity Solutions
Applications
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Product Highlights
4U chassis with 4 expansion slots data center switch

Supports up to 128x 40/100G QSFP28 ports or 112x 10G SFP+ ports and 32x 40/100G QSFP28 ports with L2/L3 full wire-speed forwarding; can be deployed at the core and aggregation layers of cloud centers and edge networks.

MLAG realizes the aggregation of across-device Links

Cross-device links aggregation combines two switch into an MLAG dual-active system to synchronize information and improve link reliability to the device level, effectively isolating the LAN, securing data and improving the efficiency of the switch.

2+2 hot-swappable power redundancy, 5+1 smart fans

The hot-swappable power supply can be replaced without turning off the power, and the hot-swappable fan can automatically adjust the fan speed to reduce the power consumption of the device.

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Description
N6400H, 4-Slot 4U Ethernet L3 Data Center Switch Unloaded, 128x 40/100Gb QSFP28 | 112x 10Gb SFP+ ,with 32x 40/100Gb QSFP28, Support MLAG, Broadcom Chip, Support RoCE
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SFP Ports
128x 40G/100G QSFP28
48x 1G/10G SFP+ | 8x 40G/100G QSFP28
32x 40G/100G QSFP28
48x 10/25G SFP28 | 8x 40/100G QSFP28
VXLAN
NVGRE - -
GENEVE - -
EVPN
PFC
ECN
MLAG
VARP - - - -
VRRP - - - -
Smartlink
NAT - - - -
OSPFv2/v3
BGP4/BGP4+
SFlow
Open API: Neutron, OVSDB, Python
Questions & Answers
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Q:
Is this switch equipped with 4 power supplies?
A:
Yes, the 100Gb managed switch uses 2+2 hot-swappable dual AC power supplies.
Q:
What's the difference between Data Center Switch and Enterprise Switch?
A:
Enterprise switches and data center switches have different roles to play in a network. Data center switches must be able to provide high port density and bandwidth to handle both north-south and east-west traffic. On the other hand, enterprise switches must be able to track and monitor users and endpoints to provide security. Additionally, some enterprise switches may have features such as Power over Ethernet (PoE) to manage the energy consumption of connected devices.
Q:
Can it achieve a lossless network on RDMA?
A:
Yes, the 100Gb ethernet switch supports both Explicit Congestion Notification (ECN) and Priority Flow Control (PFC). ECN lets two endpoints communicate congestion information, while PFC divides the traffic on a link into 8 priority levels, and stops traffic of the selected priority. By combining ECN and PFC, N6400H enables lossless Ethernet.
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