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S5700 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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Small- or Medium-scale Enterprise Campus Network

Small- or Medium-scale Enterprise Campus Network

As shown in Figure 3-2, the S5700 switches are deployed at the aggregation layer of a campus network to build a high-performance, multi-service, and highly reliable enterprise network.

Figure 3-2  S5700 in a small- or medium-scale enterprise campus network

On the enterprise campus network, the S5700 switches connect to access switches through 100M/1000M interfaces for high-performance switching and to the core switches through 10GE optical interfaces. The S5700 aggregation switches, together with the core and access switches, provide an enterprise network solution with 10 Gbit/s backbone and 100M-to-the-desktop capabilities, meeting requirements for high bandwidth and multi-service operation.

The S5700 switches support SEP and RRPP for millisecond-level protection switching. Two or more S5700 switches set up a stack using iStack technology to create a distributed forwarding structure and provide fast fault recovery. iStack technology increases the number of user interfaces and improves the packet processing capability. The stacked S5700 switches can be managed as one device to facilitate network management and maintenance.

Updated: 2019-05-16

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