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RG-S6220-H Switch Series

Ruijie's industry-leading RG-S6220H Switch Series, designed to power next-generation data centers and cloud computing services, delivers non-blocking, unified and virtualized switching performance with high transparency and sustainability. The high-performance and cost-efficient RG-S6220H Switch Series solves the problems such as traffic surge and high deployment cost, serving as the solid foundation for cloud computing network solutions.

The RG-S6220H Switch Series pushes the frontier with its 10G cloud-computing data center switches for the IP network. To comply with the trend of data center and cloud computing virtulization, the RG-S6220H Switch Series adopts the industry-leading VSU 2.0 technology, which enables virtualization of multiple physical equipments into one, significantly simplifying the network structure and increasing the equipment reliability. The RG-S6220H Switch Series also supports virtual machine discovery, automated migration of security policies and other next-gen data center virtualization features. Gearing up with the IPv4/IPv6 dual-stack multi-layer switching features, the RG-S6220H Switch Series offers abundant Tunnel technologies which can be applied to IPv4, IPv6 or IPv4/IPv6 hybrid network.

Featuring a smart traffic classification from Layer 2 to Layer 7 as well as a refined Quality of Service strategy, the RG-S6220H Switch Series can scale the service flow classification according to different applications to ensure the low-latency data transmission.

The feature-rich switches provide end-to-end QoS, and excellent virtualization performance for next-generation data centers. The series is ideal for the access layer of large data center networks, the convergence or core layer of medium and small data center networks, the convergence layer of large campus networks, as well as the core layer of medium and small networks.

Feature highlights of RG-S6220H Switch Series:

●Data Centre Virtualization (EVPN VXVLAN, VSU 2.0, OpenFlow) Support

●Non-Blocking Performance with Powerful Caching Capacity

●Up to 48 x 10G BASE-X/BASE-T Ports and 32 x 40G BASE-X Ports

●Advanced Layer 3 Routing Support

●Power and Fan Redundancy Support

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RG-S6220 Series Data Center Switch
Data Center and Cloud Computing 10G Switch

Both data center features and campus network features are supported

Rich data center features are supported to ensure network integration and virtual switching

The RG-S6220 series is applicable to scenarios such as data centers, campus networks, and MANs based on service requirements

  • RG-S6220-48XS6QXS-H

  • RG-S6220-48XT6QXS-H

  • RG-S6220-32QXS-H

High Performance, Meeting Service Requirements

A single switch provides a maximum of 48 fixed 10GE ports and 6 fixed 40GE ports, and all of the ports can support the line rate.

10GBase-T electrical ports are supported to connect to 10G electrical servers, ensuring cost-effective networking.

The RG-S6220-32QXS-H supports 32 fixed 40GE ports ensuring high-speed data center networking.

Virtual Switching

The VSU2.0 technology can be used to virtualize multiple core switches into one logical device, ensuring network resource pooling.

A maximum of nine devices can be virtualized into one logical device, to improve network reliability, ensure load balancing between data links,

and implement unified management across the whole logical unit.

The VEPA technology is supported, which diverts traffic of virtual servers to physical switches, improving the security and

traffic controllability of the virtual servers.

Security policies can be migrated with VMs, ensuring automatic following of security policies during VM migration.

EVPN VXLAN

Layer-2 networking, meeting VM migration service requirements

EVPN VXLAN, ensuring multi-tenant isolation

Anycast gateway, ensuring optimal forwarding path

Tolly Group, International Authority for Testing and Certification

Tolly Group, an international third-party authority for testing and certification,

proves the superb performance of RG-S6220 series data center 10G TOR switches.

 

 

 

 

 

 

High Performance, Meeting Service Requirements

A single switch provides a maximum of 48 fixed 10GE ports and 6 fixed 40GE ports, and all of the ports can support the line rate.

10GBase-T electrical ports are supported to connect to 10G electrical servers, ensuring cost-effective networking.

The RG-S6220-32QXS-H supports 32 fixed 40GE ports ensuring high-speed data center networking.

Only 1 RU, 48 Fixed 10GE Ports, and Six Fixed 40GE Ports

A single switch provides a maximum of 48 fixed 10GE ports and 6 fixed 40GE ports, supporting the full line rate.

RG-S6220-48XS6QXS-H provides 48 fixed 10GE SFP ports and six fixed 40GE ports.

RG-S6220-48XT6QXS-H provides 48 fixed 10GBase-T electrical ports ports and six fixed 40GE ports.

10GBase-T Electrical Ports, Ensuring Cost-Effective Networking

10GBase-T electrical ports are supported to connect to 10G electrical servers, ensuring cost-effective networking.

10GE networks can be built with only RJ-45 network cables. The cost is low, and the power consumption over ports is lower than that of conventional

Virtual Switching

The VSU2.0 technology can be used to virtualize multiple core switches into one logical device, ensuring network resource pooling.

A maximum of nine devices can be virtualized into one logical device, to improve network reliability, ensure load balancing between data links,

and implement unified management across the whole logical unit.

The VEPA technology is supported, which diverts traffic of virtual servers to physical switches, improving the security and

traffic controllability of the virtual servers.

Security policies can be migrated with VMs, ensuring automatic following of security policies during VM migration.

Nine Devices Virtualized into One Device, Ensuring Network Resource Pooling

The VSU2.0 technology can be used to virtualize multiple core switches into one logical device, ensuring network resource pooling.

A maximum of nine devices can be virtualized into one logical device to improve network reliability, ensure load-balancing between data links,

and meanwhile implement unified management of the entire logical unit.

VM Traffic Diversion, Improving VM Security and Traffic Controllability

The VEPA technology is supported, which diverts traffic of virtual servers to physical switches,

improving the security and traffic controllability of the virtual servers.

Automatic Migration and Following of Security Policies

Security policies can be migrated with VMs, ensuring automatic following of security policies during VM migration.

EVPN VXLAN

Layer-2 networking, meeting VM migration service requirements

EVPN VXLAN, ensuring multi-tenant isolation

Anycast gateway, ensuring optimal forwarding path

Layer-2 Networking, Meeting VM Migration Service Requirements

VXLAN ensures layer-2 networking across IP networks through UDP tunnels, ensuring VM migration between two TOR switches

The control plane protocol MP-BGP EVPN can automatically synchronize host information among TOR switches. It provides transmission

support for large-scale VXLAN deployment and meets VM migration service requirements

EVPN VXLAN, Ensuring Multi-tenant Isolation

Tenant data can be transmitted through different TOR switches, and different tenants or services can be logically isolated using EVPN VXLAN.

Anycast Gateway, Ensuring Optimal Forwarding Path

The Anycast gateway is supported. The server directly connects to the TOR switch, and each TOR switch can serve as a gateway,

so that the service flow forwarding path provided by the server to external devices is optimal.

Tolly Group, International Authority for Testing and Certification

Tolly Group, an international third-party authority for testing and certification,

proves the superb performance of RG-S6220 series data center 10G TOR switches.

RG-S6220 Series Superb Performance Proved by Tolly Group

Tolly Group, an international third-party authority for testing and certification,

proves the superb performance of RG-S6220 series data center 10G TOR switches.

The TRILL technology of the N18000 and S6220 series switches are used to build two layer-2 networks,

so that the N18000 L2GRE technology is used to build a layer-2 network between two data centers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Model

RG-S6220-48XS6QXS-H

RG-S6220-48XT6QXS-H

RG-S6220-32QXS-H

RG-S6220-48XS4QXS-L

Ports

48 fixed 10G SFP+ ports
6 40G QSFP+ ports

48 fixed 10GBASE-T ports (RJ 45)
6 40G QSFP+ ports

32 fixed 40G QSFP+ ports

48 10G SFP+ ports, 4 40G QSFP+ ports

Modular Power Slots

2

Fan Slots

3

Management Ports

1 console port
1 MGMT port

1 USB 2.0 port

1 mini USB console port

1 console port
1 MGMT port

1 USB 2.0 port

1 mini USB console port

1 console port
1 MGMT port

1 USB 2.0 port

1 mini USB console port

1 console port

1 MGMT port

1 USB 2.0 port

Switching Capacity

2.56Tbps

2.56Tbps

2.56Tbps

1.28T

Packet Forwarding Rate

1,080Mpps

1,080Mpps

1,440Mpps

960Mpps

Port Buffer

16MB

16MB

16MB

9MB

ARP Table

Up to 40K

Up to 40K

Up to 40K

Up to 750

MAC Address

Up to 96K

Up to 96K

Up to 96K

Up to 128K

Routing Table Size (IPv4/IPv6)

Up to 2K

Up to 2K

Up to 2K

Up to 750

Multicast Entries (IPv4/IPv6)

Up to 16K

Up to 16K

Up to 16K

N/A

ACL Entries

Up to 8K

Up to 8K

Up to 8K

Up to 1,200

VLAN

4K VLANs, Port-based VLAN, MAC-based VLAN, Super VLAN, Protocol-based VLAN, Private VLAN, IP subnet-based VLAN, GVRP

QinQ

Basic QinQ, Flexible QinQ

Link Aggregation

Support LACP

Port Mirroring

Many-to-one mirroring, One-to-many mirroring, Flow-based mirroring, Over devices mirroring, VLAN-based mirroring, VLAN-filtering mirroring, AP-port mirroring, RSPAN, ERSPAN

Spanning Tree Protocols

IEEE802.1d STP, IEEE802.1w RSTP, Standard 802.1s MSTP, Port fast, BPDU filter, BPDU guard, TC guard, TC protection, Loop guard, Root guard

DHCP

DHCP server, DHCP client, DHCP snooping, DHCP relay, IPv6 DHCP relay

DHCP server, DHCP client, DHCP snooping, DHCP relay, IPv6 DHCP relay

DHCP server, DHCP client, DHCP snooping, DHCP relay, IPv6 DHCP relay

DHCP server, DHCP client, DHCP relay, DHCP snooping

Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol (MSTP) Instances

64 (not include default 0)

Maximum Aggregation Port (AP)

Up to 256

Up to 48

Virtual Routing and Forwarding (VRF) Instances

Up to 2K

Up to 2K

Up to 2K

N/A

Data Center Unified Network Features

Virtualization:
Virtual Switch Unit (VSU), EVPN VXLAN, OpenFlow

Virtualization:
Virtual Switch Unit (VSU), EVPN VXLAN, OpenFlow

Virtualization:
Virtual Switch Unit (VSU), EVPN VXLAN, OpenFlow

N/A

VSU (Virtual Switch Unit)

Support (up to 4 stack members)

L2 Features

MAC, ARP, VLAN, Basic QinQ, Felix QinQ, Link aggregation, Mirroring, STP, RSTP, MSTP, Broadcast storm control, IGMP v1/v2/v3 snooping, IGMP filter, IGMP fast leave, MLD snooping, DHCP, Jumbo frame, RLDP, LLDP

MAC, ARP, VLAN, Basic QinQ, Felix QinQ, Link aggregation, Mirroring, STP, RSTP, MSTP, Broadcast storm control, IGMP v1/v2/v3 snooping, IGMP filter, IGMP fast leave, MLD snooping, DHCP, Jumbo frame, RLDP, LLDP

MAC, ARP, VLAN, Basic QinQ, Felix QinQ, Link aggregation, Mirroring, STP, RSTP, MSTP, Broadcast storm control, IGMP v1/v2/v3 snooping, IGMP filter, IGMP fast leave, MLD snooping, DHCP, Jumbo frame, RLDP, LLDP

AP, Ethernet, MSTP, STP, Storm suppression, Mirroring, VLAN, Basic QinQ, Flexible QinQ, MAC, RLDP, LLDP, REUP, G.8032, BPDU Tunnel

Layer 2 Protocols 

IEEE802.3 (10BASE-T), IEEE802.3u (100BASE-T), IEEE802.3z (1000BASE-X), IEEE802.3ab (1000BASE-T), IEEE802.3ae (10GBASE-T), IEEE802.3an (10GBASE-T), IEEE802.3ak, IEEE802.3an, IEEE802.3x, IEEE802.3ad (link aggregation), IEEE802.1p, IEEE802.1x, IEEE802.1Q, IEEE802.1D (STP), IEEE802.1w (RSTP), IEEE802.1s (MSTP), IGMP snooping, Jumbo Frame (9Kbytes), IEEE802.1ad (QinQ and flexible QinQ), GVRP

Layer 3 Features

ARP, IPv4/v6, PBRv4/v6

ARP, IPv4/v6, PBRv4/v6

ARP, IPv4/v6, PBRv4/v6

ARP, IPv4

Layer 3 Protocols (IPv4) 

BGP4, OSPFv2, RIPv1, RIPv2, MBGP, LPM routing, Policy-based routing, Route-policy, ECMP, WCMP, VRRP, IGMP v1/v2/v3, DVMRP, PIM-SSM/SM/DM, MSDP, Any-RP, ISIS

N/A

IPv4 Features

Ping, Traceroute, Equal-cost routing, URPF, IPIP, GRE tunnel, VRF

Ping, Traceroute, Equal-cost routing, URPF, IPIP, GRE tunnel, VRF

Ping, Traceroute, Equal-cost routing, URPF, IPIP, GRE tunnel, VRF

Ping, Traceroute

IPv6 Features

Static routing Equal-cost routing, Policy-based routing, OSPFv3, RIPng, BGP4+, MLDv1/v2, PIM-SMv6, Manual tunnel, Auto tunnel, IPv4 over IPv6 tunnel, ISATAP tunnel

Static routing Equal-cost routing, Policy-based routing, OSPFv3, RIPng, BGP4+, MLDv1/v2, PIM-SMv6, Manual tunnel, Auto tunnel, IPv4 over IPv6 tunnel, ISATAP tunnel

Static routing Equal-cost routing, Policy-based routing, OSPFv3, RIPng, BGP4+, MLDv1/v2, PIM-SMv6, Manual tunnel, Auto tunnel, IPv4 over IPv6 tunnel, ISATAP tunnel

N/A

Basic IPv6 Protocols

ND, ICMPv6, Path MTU Discovery, DNSv6, DHCPv6, ICMPv6, ICMPv6 redirection, ACLv6, TCP/UDP for IPv6, SNMP v6, Ping /Traceroute v6, IPv6 RADIUS, Telnet/SSH v6, FTP/TFTP v6, NTP v6, IPv6 MIB support for SNMP, VRRP for IPv6, IPv6 QoS, ISISv6

ND, ICMPv6, Path MTU Discovery, DNSv6, DHCPv6, ICMPv6, ICMPv6 redirection, ACLv6, TCP/UDP for IPv6, SNMP v6, Ping /Traceroute v6, IPv6 RADIUS, Telnet/SSH v6, FTP/TFTP v6, NTP v6, IPv6 MIB support for SNMP, VRRP for IPv6, IPv6 QoS, ISISv6

ND, ICMPv6, Path MTU Discovery, DNSv6, DHCPv6, ICMPv6, ICMPv6 redirection, ACLv6, TCP/UDP for IPv6, SNMP v6, Ping /Traceroute v6, IPv6 RADIUS, Telnet/SSH v6, FTP/TFTP v6, NTP v6, IPv6 MIB support for SNMP, VRRP for IPv6, IPv6 QoS, ISISv6

N/A

IPv6 Routing Protocols

Static routing, Equal-cost routing, Policy routing, RIP, RIPng, OSPFv2/v3, BGP4, BGP4+, IS-IS

Static routing, Equal-cost routing, Policy routing, RIP, RIPng, OSPFv2/v3, BGP4, BGP4+, IS-IS

Static routing, Equal-cost routing, Policy routing, RIP, RIPng, OSPFv2/v3, BGP4, BGP4+, IS-IS

N/A

IPv6 Tunnel Features

Manual tunnel, Auto tunnel, 6over4 manual tunnel, 6to4 auto tunnel, ISATAP, IPv4 over IPv6 tunnel, IPv6 over IPv6 tunnel, GRE tunnel

Manual tunnel, Auto tunnel, 6over4 manual tunnel, 6to4 auto tunnel, ISATAP, IPv4 over IPv6 tunnel, IPv6 over IPv6 tunnel, GRE tunnel

Manual tunnel, Auto tunnel, 6over4 manual tunnel, 6to4 auto tunnel, ISATAP, IPv4 over IPv6 tunnel, IPv6 over IPv6 tunnel, GRE tunnel

N/A

Multicast

IGMP v1/v2/v3, IGMP proxy, MSDP, PIM-DMv4 (PIM-DM), PIM-SMv4 (PIM-SM, PIM-SSM), PIM-SM v6, MLD, MLD Proxy

IGMP v1/v2/v3, IGMP proxy, MSDP, PIM-DMv4 (PIM-DM), PIM-SMv4 (PIM-SM, PIM-SSM), PIM-SM v6, MLD, MLD Proxy

IGMP v1/v2/v3, IGMP proxy, MSDP, PIM-DMv4 (PIM-DM), PIM-SMv4 (PIM-SM, PIM-SSM), PIM-SM v6, MLD, MLD Proxy

N/A

ACL

Standard/Extended/Expert ACL, Extended MAC ACL, ACL 80, IPv6 ACL

Standard/Extended/Expert ACL, Extended MAC ACL, ACL 80, IPv6 ACL

Standard/Extended/Expert ACL, Extended MAC ACL, ACL 80, IPv6 ACL

Standard IP ACL, Extended MAC ACL, Extended IP ACL, Expert ACL, ACL 80, Layer 2-based association ingress ACL, Layer 3-based association ingress ACL, physical interface-based/AP association egress ACL, ACL logging, ACL counter, ACL remark, Global ACL, ACL redirection

QoS

EXP priority mapping based on 802.1p, DSCP, TOS and IP Precedence; ACL traffic classification; Priority marking/remarking; Multiple queue scheduling mechanisms, such as SP, WRR, DRR, SP+WRR, and SP+DRR

EXP priority mapping based on 802.1p, DSCP, TOS and IP Precedence; ACL traffic classification; Priority marking/remarking; Multiple queue scheduling mechanisms, such as SP, WRR, DRR, SP+WRR, and SP+DRR

EXP priority mapping based on 802.1p, DSCP, TOS and IP Precedence; ACL traffic classification; Priority marking/remarking; Multiple queue scheduling mechanisms, such as SP, WRR, DRR, SP+WRR, and SP+DRR

802.1p, DSCP remarking; IP precedence remarking;

EXP priority mapping based on 802.1p DSCP and IP precedence; Congestion avoidance (tail drop); RED/WRED; Egress flow-based rate limiting; Ingress flow-based rate limiting; Voice VLAN; Multiple queue scheduling mechanisms, such as SP, WRR, DRR, SP+WRR and SP+DRR

Reliability

VSU (virtualization technology for virtualizing multiple devices into 1); GR for OSPF/IS-IS/BGP; BFD detection; ERPS (G.8032); REUP dual-link fast switching technology; RLDP (Rapid Link Detection Protocol); 1+1 power redundancy; 2+1 fan redundancy; Hot-swappable line cards and power modules

VSU (virtualization technology for virtualizing multiple devices into 1); GR for OSPF/IS-IS/BGP; BFD detection; ERPS (G.8032); REUP dual-link fast switching technology; RLDP (Rapid Link Detection Protocol); 1+1 power redundancy; 2+1 fan redundancy; Hot-swappable line cards and power modules

VSU (virtualization technology for virtualizing multiple devices into 1); GR for OSPF/IS-IS/BGP; BFD detection; ERPS (G.8032); REUP dual-link fast switching technology; RLDP (Rapid Link Detection Protocol); 1+1 power redundancy; 2+1 fan redundancy; Hot-swappable line cards and power modules

VSU (hot standby between chassis, VSL link interface, IP-BFD-based dual chassis detection, MADP-based dual chassis detection, MADP-based dual chassis detection) RNS, Track, BFP correlation with static routing, Hot standby, Oscillation suppression

Security

Network Foundation Protection Policy (NFPP); CPU Protection (CPP); DoS protection; Detection of unauthorized data packets; Data encryption; IP source guard; RADIUS / TACACS+; IPv4 / IPv6 ACL packet filtering based on standard or extended VLANs; Plaintext authentication and MD5 cipher-text authentication of OSPF, RIPv2, and BGPv4 packets; Telnet login through limited IP addresses and the password mechanism; uRPF; Broadcast packet suppression; DHCP snooping; Anti-gateway ARP spoofing; ARP check

Network Foundation Protection Policy (NFPP); CPU Protection (CPP); DoS protection; Detection of unauthorized data packets; Data encryption; IP source guard; RADIUS / TACACS+; IPv4 / IPv6 ACL packet filtering based on standard or extended VLANs; Plaintext authentication and MD5 cipher-text authentication of OSPF, RIPv2, and BGPv4 packets; Telnet login through limited IP addresses and the password mechanism; uRPF; Broadcast packet suppression; DHCP snooping; Anti-gateway ARP spoofing; ARP check

Network Foundation Protection Policy (NFPP); CPU Protection (CPP); DoS protection; Detection of unauthorized data packets; Data encryption; IP source guard; RADIUS / TACACS+; IPv4 / IPv6 ACL packet filtering based on standard or extended VLANs; Plaintext authentication and MD5 cipher-text authentication of OSPF, RIPv2, and BGPv4 packets; Telnet login through limited IP addresses and the password mechanism; uRPF; Broadcast packet suppression; DHCP snooping; Anti-gateway ARP spoofing; ARP check

Network Foundation Protection Policy (NFPP); CPP; RADIUS/TACACS+; IP source guard; Authentication server redundancy; SSHv1.5; SCP file transmission; MAC-based 802.1X; SU auto dispatching; MAB supporting multi-tenant mode; Port security (IPv4+MAC binding); Anti-gateway ARP spoofing; DAI; CPP; DOS Protection; Trustable ARP; ARP check; Security portal

Manageability

SNMP v1/v2c/v3; Telnet; Console; Hardware support RCMI (combo interface for DCMI and MGMT); Web; RMON; SSHv1/v2; FTP/TFTP for file upload and download management; NTP clock; Syslog; SPAN/RSPAN

SNMP v1/v2c/v3; Telnet; Console; Hardware support RCMI (combo interface for DCMI and MGMT); Web; RMON; SSHv1/v2; FTP/TFTP for file upload and download management; NTP clock; Syslog; SPAN/RSPAN

SNMP v1/v2c/v3; Telnet; Console; Hardware support RCMI (combo interface for DCMI and MGMT); Web; RMON; SSHv1/v2; FTP/TFTP for file upload and download management; NTP clock; Syslog; SPAN/RSPAN

SNMP v1/v2/v3; RMON; SFLOW, Syslog/Debug, USB logging storage, limit the interfaces of network management (only specific interfaces will be allowed with network management while the rest are not allowed)

Hot Patch

Support

Smart Temperature Control

Auto fan speed adjustment; Fan malfunction alerts; Fan status check

Smart Power Supply

Support power management

Other Protocols

DHCP client, DHCP relay, DHCP server, DNS client, UDP relay, ARP proxy, Syslog

DHCP client, DHCP relay, DHCP server, DNS client, UDP relay, ARP proxy, Syslog

DHCP client, DHCP relay, DHCP server, DNS client, UDP relay, ARP proxy, Syslog

DNS client, DHCP relay, DHCP snooping, DHCP Server, DHCP Client, Telnet, TFTP, FTP, NTP, OpenFlow, UDP Helper

Dimensions
(W x D x H) (mm)

420 × 420 × 44

442 × 500 × 44

442 × 420 × 44

440 × 420 × 44

Rack Height

1RU

Weight

9kg
(incl. fan modules and power modules)

11kg
(incl. fan modules and power modules)

9kg
(incl. fan modules and power modules)

9kg

 (incl. power modules and fan modules)

MTBF

>200K hours

Power Supply

AC input:
Rated voltage range: 100V to 240V AC
Frequency: 50/60Hz
Rated current: 5.29A to 2.2A

HVDC input:
Input voltage range: 192V to 290V DC
Input current range: 2.66A to 2.03A

Power Consumption 

<200W

<250W

<200W

<180W

Temperature

Operating temperature: 0°C to 50°C

Operating temperature: 0°C to 45°C

Operating temperature: 0°C to 45°C

Operating temperature: 0°C to 50°C

Humidity

Operating humidity: 10% to 90%RH

Operating humidity: 10% to 90%RH

Operating humidity: 10% to 90%RH

Operating humidity: 10% to 90%RH

 

 

The topology diagram of the government and enterprise Active/Active data center and the large-scale Internet data center is shown in figure below:

Typical Application of the RG-S6220H Switch Series

1. Chassis, expansion modules, fans, and power modules

Model

Description

RG-S6220-48XS6QXS-H

48 fixed 10G SFP+ Ports, 6 40G QSFP+ Ports

RG-S6220-48XT6QXS-H

48 fixed 10GBASE-T Ports, 6 40G QSFP+ Ports

RG-S6220-32QXS-H

32 fixed 40G QSFP+ Ports

RG-S6220-48XS4QXS-L

48 fixed 10G SFP+ Ports, 4 40G QSFP+ Ports

M6220-12XS

Expansion module, 12 SFP+ ports

M6220-08XT

Expansion module, 8 10G BASE-T ports

M6220-02QXS

Expansion module, 2 40G QSFP+ ports

M6220-FAN-F

Fan Module, front-to-rear airflow

M6220-FAN II-F

Fan Module, front-to-rear airflow

RG-M6220-AC460E-F

AC power supply module (front-to-rear airflow) with up to 2 power modules, support 1+1 redundancy,

RG-M6220-DC460E-F

DC power supply module (front-to-rear airflow) with up to 2 power modules, support 1+1 redundancy

 

2. Optional 40G and 10G fiber modules

Model

Description

40G-QSFP-SR-MM850

40G SR Fiber Module for QSFP+ ports, 100m (OM3) / 150m (OM4)

(8 cores, 850nm)

40G-QSFP-LSR-MM850

40G SR Fiber Module for QSFP+ ports, 300m (OM3) / 400m (OM4)

(8 or 12 cores, 850nm)

40G-QSFP-LR4-PSM-SM1310

40G LR Single-mode 1-to-4 Fiber Module for QSFP+ ports, 10km (LC)

(1310nm)

40G-QSFP-LR4-SM1310

40G LR Single-mode Fiber Module for QSFP+ ports, 10km (LC)

(2 cores, 1310nm)

XG-SFP-SR-MM850

10G SR Fiber Module for SFP+ ports, 300m

XG-SFP-LR-SM1310

10G LR Fiber Module for SFP+ ports, 10km

XG-SFP-ER-SM1550

10G ER Fiber Module for SFP+ ports, 40km

XG-SFP-ZR-SM1550

10G ZR Fiber Module for SFP+ ports, 80km

 

3. Optional 40G and 10G copper cables

Model

Description

40G-QSFP-STACK3M

40G Copper Cable for QSFP+ interface, 3m, including 1 cable and 2 modules

XG-SFP-CU1M

1m SFP+ Cable, including 1 cable and 2 modules

XG-SFP-CU3M

3m SFP+ Cable, including 1 cable and 2 modules

XG-SFP-CU5M

5m SFP+ Cable, including 1 cable and 2 modules

 

4. Optical Gigabit modules

Model

Description

Mini-GBIC-GT

1000BASE-GT mini GBIC Transceiver

Mini-GBIC-SX-MM850

1000BASE-SX mini GBIC Transceiver (850nm)

Mini-GBIC-LX-SM1310

1000BASE-LX mini GBIC Transceiver (1310nm)

Mini-GBIC-LH40-SM1310

1000BASE-LH mini GBIC Transceiver (1310nm, 40km)

Mini-GBIC-ZX50-SM1550

1000BASE-ZX mini GBIC Transceiver (1550nm, 50km)

Mini-GBIC-ZX80-SM1550

1000BASE-ZX mini GBIC Transceiver (1550nm, 80km)

Mini-GBIC-ZX100-SM1550

1000BASE-ZX mini GBIC Transceiver (1550nm, 100km)

 

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