ZTE PoE-Switch Stackable Layer3 Full Managed 5950-52PD-L
48x Gigabit Ethernet 10/100/1000M RJ45 electrical ports (POE/POE+) 4x Combo 1GB SFP/10GB SFP+ slot 2x Netzteil = 960 Watt PoE budget: 960 Watt
The ZXR10 5950-L Series switch is 1RU height all gigabit routing stackable switch for carrier access and aggregation scenarios. It provides up to 52 interfaces (48 GE+ 4 10GE). With VSC2.0 (Virtual Switch Cluster), it delivers improved resilience and flexibility. The ZXR10 5950-L Series switch supports full IEEE 802.3at Power over Ethernet Plus (PoE+) to fulfill more carrier access scenarios. Zero-touch provisioning, IEEE 802.3az Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE) make the network not only easy for maintenance but also low consumption.
By supporting rich L2 switching and L3 routing functions and low latency forwarding, The ZXR10 5950-L Series switch can bear multiservice including WLAN, Internet, Voice, Video and other data services.
The ZXR10 5950-L Series switch supports comprehensive L2/L3 Multicast protocols: PIM-SM, PIM-DM, PIM-SSM, MLD, IGMP Snooping, Filtering, Proxy and Fast leave, MVR (Multicast VLAN Registration) to facilitate the deployments of these services. With IPTV control implemented, operators can apply different CAC (channel access control) rules for users with channel packages.
Support POE/POE+, which delivers customer more flexible service access choice.
Flexible hardware forwarding table distribution, customers can configure the size of ARP table, MAC table according to actual need, to satisfy more application scenarios.
Support VSC2.0 (Virtual Switch Cluster), which enhances cluster system capacity and port density, simplifies network topology and management.
Real time hot-standby information synchronization between master and backup master to ensure seamless switchover against network failures, enhancing the network reliability.
Stacking bandwidth between the VSC switches can be up to 80Gbps, which can solve the bandwidth bottleneck of VSC and deliver customers a real-time non-blocking VSC system.
Master and slave in VSC works in 1+N redundancy mode, MAD (Multi-active Detect) technology is used to detect and avoid dual master in VSC system when failure happens. Together with real-time hot-standby and seamless switchover it brings customer a more flexible VSC network.
Support rich IPv6 unicast routing protocols: IPv6 static routing, RIPng, OSPFv3, IS-ISv6, and BGP4+ and multicast features: MLD v1/v2, MLD snooping, PIMv6,etc.
Support rich IPv4-to-IPv6 tunnel technologies: IPv6 manual tunnels, 6-to-4 tunnel, ISATAP tunnel and IPv4-compatible automatic tunnels, etc.
Support POE and POE+ complying with the 802.3at and 802.3af standard to provide power supply for remote devices (including IP phones, WLAN APs, and network cameras) through twisted-pair cables.
Support forcible power supply and could supply power for PD equipments that not compatible with 802.3af and 802.3at standards if needed.
Support configuring the POE time range. During the time that doesn’t need power supply, power supply can be stopped automatically to save energy.
Support PD port power detection. If the actual power is greater than the PSE-distributed power, stops providing power supply.
Support displaying the PSE power supply status and PD power supply status, such as whether power supply is provided, power, level, and temperature.