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S9300 and S9300E Series Switches Product Description

This document describes the positioning, characteristics, architecture, link features, service features, application scenarios, operation and maintenance functions, and technical specifications of the switch.
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The S9300&S9300E have powerful MPLS VPN capability.

As shown in Figure 3-9 and Figure 3-10, the S9300&S9300E function as the UPE on a L2VPN network, supporting VLL and VPLS and providing point-to-point and multipoint-to-multipoint VPN services.

Figure 3-9  Network diagram of point-to-point VPN (VLL)

Figure 3-10  Network diagram of multipoint-to-multipoint VPN (VPLS)

As shown in Figure 3-11, by cooperating with the DSLAM, Access Gateway (AG), and Layer 2 switches, the S9300&S9300E map access services to VLL or VPLS services.

  • Along with the DSLAM/AG, the S9300&S9300E map QinQ tunnels to VLL or VPLS service instances, facilitating Digital Subscriber Line (DSL)-based VLL services.

  • Along with Layer 2 switches, the S9300&S9300E map QinQ tunnels and VLL tunnels to VLL or VPLS service instances.

The S9300&S9300E handle multiple services at both the access and aggregation layers. The S9300&S9300E can map specific personal services such as broadband access and VoIP to VLL or VPLS service instances.

Figure 3-11  Network diagram of an S9300&S9300E running VPN services on a CE-supported network

The S9300&S9300E provide low-cost VLL or VPLS solutions, allowing MPLS and MPLS VPN to be applied at the edge aggregation layer.

  • Solves the issue of pure Ethernet with respect to scalability, carrier-class reliability, and manageability.

  • Lessens the burden on higher-level NPEs and eliminates single-site faults.

  • Customizes services through distributed service processing using services implemented by devices at the edge aggregation layer.

Updated: 2019-05-16

Document ID: EDOC1000027369

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