Switch Raisecom ISCOM3024G-4C 24 Port 10/100/1000M + 04 Port SFP+ 10G (Dual AC Power Suplier)
The ISCOM3000G(B) series switches are Layer 3 Gigabit Ethernet switches developed by Raisecom. This series adopt a new-generation route switching software platform based on the Linux OS, and provide flexible networking solutions, such as ISCOM3024G-4C (24GE RJ45+4*10G SFP+), ISCOM3024GF-4C (24*1G SFP+4*10G SFP+), ISCOM3048G-4C (48GE RJ45+4*10G SFP+), ISCOM3048GF-4C (48*1G SFP +4*10G SFP+), ISCOM3024GF-4GE (24*1G SFP +4*GE combo), and ISCOM3024G-4GE (24GE RJ45+4*GE combo). The ISCOM3000G(B) series feature high reliability, high security, easy maintenance, simple administrator, etc. and adopt advanced OAM technology, meeting the carrier’s requirements, which is complied with CE2.0 standards to deliver EPL, EVPL, EP-LAN, EVP-LAN, E-Access services The ISCOM3000G(B) series also support abundant IPv4/IPv6 unicast/multicast routing protocols and Intelligent Stacking Framework (ISF) technology. With these features, they can be widely applied to various network scenarios. For example, they can function as edge devices on the MAN, aggregation switches on a campus or enterprise network, or gigabit access in the Internet/Enterprise Data Center (IDC/EDC).
High capacity, high density:
1U standard chassis, easy to be installed in the cabinet, saving space, with a switching capacity of 176 Gbit/s Downlink interfaces: forty-eight 10/100/1000M Base-T electrical interfaces or 1GE SFP fiber interfaces. Uplink interfaces: four 1000 Mbit/s Combo interfaces or four 10 Gbit/s SFP+ interfaces.
ISF Stacking ISF technology:
Multiple ISCOM3000G(B) series switches are connected with uplink ports to set a stack, which functions as a virtual switch. Compared with traditional networking technologies, ISF has great advantages in reliability, scalability, management, and maintenance.
High reliability: a stack consists of a master switch, a backup switch, and several slave switches. The backup switch takes over services when the master switch fails, improving the device-level reliability. And the link-level reliability is also improved through cross-device link aggregation. In most cases, the fault switching time between the master switch and the backup switch or between L2 link and L3 link is less than 250ms.*
High scalability: you can hot swap the switch when it fails, which reduces the impact of service interruption on customers. When the customer requires capacity expansion, you can easily expand the number of interfaces, bandwidth, and processing capability without interrupting the services by adding a switch to the stack. In this case, the performance of the stacking system doubles, which meets the capacity expansion requirements of high performance and high interface density on the core switching devices by the new-generation campus network. Easy operation administration and maintenance: after the stack is established, multiple physical switches can be virtualized as one logical switch which can be managed through a single IP address. You can log in to the stacking system through any member switch to uniformly manage and configure all member switches in the stack. Meanwhile, it supports intelligent upgrade. When one switch is added to the stack, the master switch will automatically upgrade it, which greatly reduces the operation and maintenance cost.
Strong service capabilities: Support ready IPv4 L2/L3 multicast protocols: IGMP Snooping, MVR, VLAN copy, IGMP Proxy, IGMP filter, L2 multicast monitoring, IGMPv1/v2/v3, PIM-SM multicast routing protocols, meeting the requirements of multi-terminal HD videos monitoring and video conference access.
Support rich IPv4 routing protocols: RIP, OSPF, ISIS, BGP, VRRP and so on, meeting the requirements of enterprise access and carrying aggregation services. Support richer voice, video, and data applications. Support IPv6 capabilities, such as MLD Snooping, MLDv1/v2, PIM-SMv6, RIPng, OSPFv3, and BGP4+.*