H3C S3100-52P intelligent Ethernet switch is a wire-speed Layer 2 Ethernet switching product. It is an intelligent network manageable switch designed for environments that require high performance, high port density and easy installation.
The S3100-52P switch provides 48 10/100M BASE-TX Ethernet ports and 4 SFP Gigabit ports. In enterprise networks, it can serve as an access device for 100 Mbps-to-desktop applications. In metropolitan area networks (MANs) and diverse industry networks, it connects end users or aggregates low end switches through 100 Mbps electrical interfaces in the downlink direction, and can converge at an IP switching center or a large capacity Layer 3 switch in the uplink direction through GE interface or link aggregation.
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The S3100-52P offers powerful hardware ACL capability and can identify packets precisely, facilitating subsequent handling of the packets. The match rules may be based on the CoS field of the layer 2 header. They can also be classified based on the information about the data link layer, the network layer and the transport layer such as the MAC address, VLAN tag, IP protocol type, source (host/network) address, and destination (host/network) address, or even based on information about the application port number, etc.
MAC-IP-port binding allows a device to filter packets and thus enhance security. With MAC-IP-port binding configured, a port checks whether the source MAC and IP addresses of an inbound packet are identical to the configured MAC-to-IP binding on the port. If so, it forwards the packet; otherwise, it discards the packet.
The S3100-52P supports Centralized MAC address authentication and user authentication either locally or with RADIUS servers that are based on 802.1x or its extension. These 802.1x-based user authentications can be extended to
dynamically assign a VLAN based on a specific user, regardless of where they connect to the network. Using 802.1x in concert with Guest VLAN, the system can be set up to allow access to the customer’s internal network but deny access to the Internet via the Guest VLAN.
The S3100-52P also supports remote switched port analyzer (RSPAN), enhancing the monitoring of the network. SSH v2 is supported and secures the sessions using standard cryptographic mechanisms, providing high security as a result. Port isolation prevents visiting between the ports, effectively controls unnecessary broadcasting and increases network security.
The S3100-52P supports STP/RSTP/MSTP (Spanning Tree Protocol/Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol/Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol). The STP/RSTP features also support BPDU guard、Root guard、Loop guard、Edge-port and STP ignored per-VLAN. Consequently the redundancy back-up and error tolerance capability of the link can be greatly improved to guarantee network stability.
The S3100-52P supports link-aggregation, which is a simple and cheap way to expand the bandwidth of a switch port and balance the traffic among all the ports in a link aggregation. Additionally, it enhances the connection reliability.
The S3100-52P supports bidirectional port rate-limiting with the granularity of 64 Kbps, which allows for finer bandwidth allocation. Port Mirroring is supported, and when this function is applied, data packets on a mirroring port are copied to its monitor port for network testing and troubleshooting.
The S3100-52P supports the queue scheduling algorithms of Weighted Round Robin (WRR) and High-priority Queuing + WRR (HQ+WRR). On a S3100-52P switch, each port supports 8 output queues. The port flow control is used by the S3100-52P to reduce congestion on the network.
The S3100-52P supports 3 priority criteria: IP-precedence priority, differentiated services code point priority (DSCP), and 802.1p priority. Customers can add packets to the output queue according to a priority criterion as required.
The S3100-52P supports SNMP v1/v2/v3 and can be managed by Quidview NMS. This product also supports CLI, Web network management, and Telnet to facilitate the management of equipment.
VCT (Virtual Cable Test) is supported for convenient troubleshooting. Customers can start the VCT function and trigger the system to test the cable connected to the current electrical Ethernet port. The test items include: whether a short or open circuit exists in the Rx/Tx direction of the cable, and the length of the cable in normal status, or the length from the port to the fault point of the cable.
After enabling HGMP V2, the network administrator can manage several member switches through one command switch and only the command switch need a public network IP address. This allows for significant conservation of public IP addresses and more efficient network management.
48 10/100 BASE-TX ports, 4 SFP Gigabit ports, 1 console port
10/100/1000BASE-T:max transmission distance: 100 m (328 ft)
1000BASE-SX: SC connector, 0.5km (0.31 mi)
1000BASE-LX: SC connector, 10 km (6.21 mi)
1000BASE-LH40: LC connector, 40 km (24.86 mi)
1000BASE-LH70: LC connector, 70 km (43.50 mi)
1000BASE-LX BIDI: LC connector, 10 km (6.21 mi)
100BASE-LX BIDI: LC connector, 15 km (9.32 mi)
Outline dimensions (mm)（H×W×D）
Maximum system power consumption
AC: 100v ~ 240V AC50/60Hz
Layer 2 Switching
l Up to 8 K MAC addresses
l 1 K static MAC addresses
l Adding of dynamic/static unicast MAC address, multicast MAC address, and black hole MAC Address
l Many-to-one port mirroring (that is, multiple mirroring ports, and one monitor port)
l Remote switched port analyzer (RSPAN)
l Port isolation
l Port self-loop detection
l Port loopback (internal/external) test
l 4k VLANs (IEEE 802.1Q)
l GVRP (GARP VLAN Registration Protocol)
l Port-based VLAN
l VLAN Tag Frame Extension
l Protocol based VLAN (EI)
l Voice VLAN (EI)
l Up to 16 aggregation groups, each containing up to 8 ports
l IEEE 802.3x full-duplex flow control
l Back-pressure based flow control (half duplex)
l IEEE 802.1D Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)
l IEEE 802.1w Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP)
l IEEE 802.1s Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol (MSTP)
l MVR(Multicast VLAN Registration)
l 256 Multicast groups
l IGMP (Internet Group Management Protocol) snooping on Layer 2 interfaces
l DHCP Snooping (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol Snooping)
l DHCP Snooping Option 82
l NTP (Network Time Protocol)
QoS(Quality of Service)
l Each port supports 8 output queues
l 802.1p priority, DSCP (Differentiated Services Codepoint Priority), SP, WRR, and SP+WRR
l Flow rate limitation.
l Packet redirection.
l L2 (Layer 2) ~ L7 (Layer 7) packet filtering
MAC + IP + port binding
l Support the binding of IP + MAC + port
l Guest VLAN
l MAC Black Hole
l DHCP Snooping
l Centralized MAC Address Authentication
l Hierarchical user management and password protection
l Port-based and MAC-based 802.1X authentication
l Local authentication server
l PEAP/TLS (Protected Extensible Authentication Protocol/Transport Layer Security)
System configuration & management
l CLI (Command Line Interface) configuration mode
l Configuration via the console port
l Local/remote configuration via Telnet
l System configuration with SNMP v1, 2, and 3
l RMON (Remote Monitoring) v1 1, 2, 3 and 9 groups of MIB
l iMC network management system
l WEB management system
l Hierarchical alarms
l System log
l NDP (Neighbor Discovery Protocol)
l NTDP (Network Topology Discovery Protocol)
l Debug information output
l Ping, traceroute, multicast traceroute
l Remote maintenance through Telnet
l VCT (Virtual Cable Test)
u Ethernet Protocol
IEEE 802.1D (STP)
IEEE 802.1p (CoS)
IEEE 802.1Q (VLANs)
IEEE 802.1w (RSTP)
IEEE 802.1s (MSTP)
IEEE 802.1X (Security)
IEEE 802.3i (10BASE-T)
IEEE 802.3u (Fast Ethernet)
IEEE 802.3x (Flow Control)
IEEE 802.3z (Gigabit Ethernet)
u Administration Protocol
RFC 1812 (IPv4)
RFC 826 (ARP)
RFC 959 (FTP)
RFC 783 (TFTP)
RFC 2474 (Diffserv)
RFC 2865 (Radius Authentication)
RFC 2866 (Radius Accounting)
RFC 2869 (RADIUS Extensions)
u Emissions / Agency Approvals
CISPR 22 Class A
FCC Part 15 Class A
EN 55022 Class A
ICES-003 Class A
VCCI Class A
Korean EMI Class A
AS/NZS 3548 Class A
CNS 13438 Class A
u Immunity Product conforms to:
EN 55024: 1998
u Safety Agency Certifications
UL 60950 3rd ed.
IEC 60950: 1999, corr. Feb. 2000; all national deviations
EN 60950: 2000, ZB and ZC deviations
Mexico, AS/NZS 60950:2000
Australia、Russian GOST safety approval
In the network of small enterprise, the S3100 series switch can serve as the access switches, which connect to the layer-3 switch through the GE port or expansion module. When the size of the enterprise increases, the network can also be easily expanded by using the stack technology supported by the S3100 series switches.
In a campus network, the S3100 series can serve as desktop switching devices at the access layer. They directly connect to users in education buildings through 100 Mbps downlink interfaces; and connect to the core switch in the campus through a 1000 Mbps uplink interface; the core switch further connects to the education network through a router. This enables the users in the campus to exchange information and share resources in the scope of the education network.