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S12700 Series Agile Switches Typical Configuration Examples

This document provides examples for configuring features in typical usage scenarios.
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Network Planning

Network Planning

Figure 2-12 shows the agile campus networking. Two S12708 agile switches are deployed to set up a cluster switch system (CSS) at the core layer. The S5700LI switches at the aggregation and access layers are enabled with only Layer 2 forwarding (the S7700 core switches in the original networking are used at the aggregation layer). Some APs are deployed in the campus as needed. The S5700LI switches are deployed at the access layer to connect to and manage wired users and APs, providing wired and wireless coverage for the campus.

Figure 2-12  Agile campus networking diagram

The requirements for NEs shown in Figure 2-12 are as follows:

  • Core switch

    Agile switches are used at the core layer. If modular switches are used as agile switches, X series cards need to be installed on the switches to implement wired and wireless convergence.

  • Aggregation and access switches

    To support the agile feature Super Virtual Fabric (SVF), see "SVF hardware and software requirements" in SVF Technical Characteristics.

  • Agile Controller

    The Agile Controller integrates functions of the RADIUS server, Portal server, and free mobility controller, facilitating service adjustment. When a user connects to the network from different locations, the free mobility controller uniformly delivers network access rights to ensure that the user can have the same network access rights at different locations.

  • eSight network management system (NMS)

    eSight provides a graphical user interface (GUI) to help manage network devices, perform configurations, and facilitate convenient and visual management.

Updated: 2019-05-16

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