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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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In this document, the application of S series agile switches on the agile network in the education industry is taken as an example to describe the application and key configurations of agile features of agile switches.

  • Wired and wireless convergence

    Agile switches have native AC cards installed to converge wired and wireless networks into one network, simplifying the configuration and maintenance of wired and wireless networks. The high switching capability and scalability of agile switches eliminate bottlenecks in centralized traffic forwarding when independent ACs or AC cards are used.

  • Free mobility

    Free mobility enables the unified management of users' identity information on the entire network. It ensures that a user can have the same network access rights and enjoy the same service experience when using different IP addresses to access the network from different locations.

  • SVF

    The SVF technology virtualizes core, aggregation, and access switches on a network into one super switch. The core switch uniformly delivers configurations to and manages aggregation and access switches.

  • iPCA

    iPCA collects statistics of packets that each device sends and forwards on one or multiple paths. If a packet is lost, eSight can immediately detect the packet loss information and locate where the packet is lost. iPCA realize the real-time monitoring of real service traffic.

The agile features of S series switches are being developed and optimized. In the future, S series switches will be more widely used on agile networks.

Updated: 2019-05-16

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