Overview of 3onedata 30 Port 10 Gigabit L3 Managed Industrial Ethernet Switch ICS5530-16GS8GC6XS
ICS5530-16GS8GC6XS-2P220 is 30-port Gigabit/10 Gigabit layer 3 managed industrial Ethernet switch. It provides Gigabit SFP ports, Gigabit fiber and copper Combo ports and 10 Gigabit SFP slots. It adopts 1U rack mounting. Abundant numbers of interfaces and bandwidth of Gigabit/10Gigabit combination to meet the application requirements of large-scale industrial network.Network management system supports a variety of network protocols and industry standards, such as ARP, VRRP, RIP, OSPF, BGP, STP/RSTP/MSTP, 802.1Q VLAN, QoS function, IGMP static multicast function, LLDP, port trunking, port mirror, etc. It has perfect management functions, supporting port configuration, port statistics, 802.1X authentication, network diagnosis, rapid configuration, online upgrade, etc. CLI, WEB, Telnet, SSH, SNMP and other access methods can be supported. It can provide users with good experience with friendly design of network management system interface, simple and convenient operation.
This product supports dual AC power supply. The input power supply is two independent power supply circuits which can ensure the normal operation of the device when one power supply fails. When power supply or port has link failure, ALARM indicator will be bright and send out alarm, meanwhile, alarm device connected to the relay will send out alarm for rapid scene troubleshooting. The hardware adopts fanless, low power consumption and wide temperature and voltage design, which has passed rigorous industrial standard tests, and suits for the industrial scene environment with harsh requirements for EMC. It can be widely used in smart grid, railway transportation, smart city, safe city, new energy, intelligent manufacturing and other industrial fields.
Features of 3onedata 30 Port 10 Gigabit L3 Managed Industrial Ethernet Switch ICS5530-16GS8GC6XSSNMPv1/v2c/v3 is used for network management of various levelsRMON can be used for efficient and flexible network monitoringPort mirroring can conduct data analysis and monitoring, which is convenient for online debuggingQoS supports real-time traffic classification and priority settingLLDP can achieve automatic topology discovery, which is convenient for visual managementDHCP server and DHCP client could be used for allocating IP address of different strategiesFile management is convenient for the device rapid configuration and online upgradingLog management records the information of booting, operation and connectionBandwidth management can reasonably distribute network bandwidth, preventing unpredictable network statusPort statistics can be used for the port real time traffic statisticsARP could be used for MAC address resolutionUser password can conduct user hierarchical management to improve the device management securityACL can enhance network flexibility and securityRelay alarm is convenient for troubleshooting of construction siteStorm suppression can restrain broadcast, unknown multicast and unicastTELNET configuration and HTTPS configuration can guarantee the access security of dataVLAN is used for simplifying network planningPort Trunking and LACP can increase network bandwidth and enhance the reliability of network connection to achieve optimum bandwidth utilizationPIM-DM/PIM-SM/PIM-SSM, IGMP Snooping, GMRP and static multicast can be used for filtering multicast traffic to save the network bandwidthBandwidth management and flow control can reasonably distribute network bandwidth, preventing unpredictable network statusPort isolation could achieve port isolation in the same VLAN and save Vlan resourcesSW-Ring and STP/RSTP/MSTP can achieve network redundancy, preventing network stormPing, Traceroute, Port Loopback and DDM could achieve network diagnosis and troubleshootingVRRP, RIP, OSPF, BGP could achieve dynamic routing configurationWith high reliability and stability, ERPS could avoid broadcast storm caused by data loopbackLoop detection could efficiently eliminate the influence caused by port loopback by detecting the existence of loopback