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 S6200E-12TT-8G-3TF L3 10G Routing Switch
The S6200E-12TT-8G-3TF series switches are next-generation L3 10G box switches based on high-performance hardware and TG-NET Operating System Platform (TOS). The S6200E-12TT-8G-3TF can function as an access switch in an Internet data center (IDC) or a core switch on a campus network.
The S6200E-12TT-8G-3TF has industry-leading performance and provides up to 15 line-speed 10GE ports. It can be used in a data center to provide 10 Gbit/s access to servers or function as a core switch on a campus network to provide 10 Gbit/s traffic aggregation. In addition, the S6200E-12TT-8G-3TF provides a wide variety of services, comprehensive security policies, and various QoS features to help customers build scalable manageable reliable and secure data centers.

Large-capacity, high-density, 10 Gbit/s access

To provide sufficient bandwidth for users, many servers, particularly those in data centers, use 10G network adapters. The S6200E-12TT-8G-3TF can be used in data centers to provide high forwarding performance and 10GE ports.

The S6200E-12TT-8G-3TF has the high density of all 10GE ports and the large switching capacity. Each S6200E-12TT-8G-3TF provides a maximum of 32 line-speed 10GE ports.

The S6200E-12TT-8G-3TF ports support 1GE and 10GE access and can identify optical module types, maximizing the return on investment and allowing users to flexibly deploy services.

The S6200E-12TT-8G-3TF has a large buffering capacity and uses an advanced buffer scheduling mechanism to ensure non-block transmission when data center traffic volume is high.


Comprehensive security policies

The S6200E-12TT-8G-3TF provides multiple security measures to defend against Denial of Service (DoS) attacks, as well as attacks against networks or users. DoS attack types include SYN Flood attacks, Land attacks, Smurf attacks, and ICMP Flood attacks. Attacks to networks refer to STP BPDU/root attacks. Attacks to users include bogus DHCP server attacks, man-in-the-middle attacks, IP/MAC spoofing attacks, and DHCP request flood attacks. DoS attacks that change the CHADDR field in DHCP packets are also attacks against users.

The S6200E-12TT-8G-3TF supports DHCP snooping, which discards invalid packets that do not match any binding entries,such as ARP spoofing packets and IP spoofing packets. This prevents hackers from using ARP packets to initiate attacks on campus networks. The interface connected to a DHCP server can be configured as a trusted interface to protect the system against bogus DHCP server attacks.

The S6200E-12TT-8G-3TF supports strict ARP learning, which prevents ARP spoofing attacks that exhaust ARP entries.The S6200E-12TT-8G-3TF also provides an IP source check to prevent DoS attacks caused by MAC address spoofing, IP address spoofing, and MAC/IP spoofing. URPF, provided by the S6200E-12TT-8G-3TF, authenticates packets by checking the packet transmission path in reverse, which can protect the network against source address spoofing attacks.

The S6200E-12TT-8G-3TF supports centralized MAC address authentication and 802.1x authentication. The S6200E-12TT-8G-3TF authenticates users based on statically or dynamically bound user information such as the user name,IP address, MAC address, VLAN ID, access interface, and flag indicating whether antivirus software is installed. VLANs, QoS policies, and ACLs can be dynamically applied to users.

The S6200E-12TT-8G-3TF can limit the number of MAC addresses learned on an interface to prevent attackers from exhausting MAC address entries by using bogus source MAC addresses. This function minimizes the packet flooding that occurs when users’ MAC addresses cannot be found in the MAC address table.


Higher reliability mechanism

The S6200E-12TT-8G-3TF supports redundant power supplies. You can choose a single power supply or use two power supplies to ensure device reliability.

The S6200E-12TT-8G-3TF supports MSTP multi-process that enhances the existing STP, RSTP, and MSTP implementation.This function increases the number of MSTPs supported on a network.

The S6200E-12TT-8G-3TF supports Ethernet Ring Protection Switching (ERPS), also referred to as G.8032. As the latest ring network protocol, ERPS was developed based on traditional Ethernet MAC and bridging functions and uses mature Ethernet OAM function and a ring automatic protection switching (R-APS) mechanism to implement millisecond-level protection switching. ERPS supports various services and allows flexible networking, helping customers build a network with lower OPEX and CAPEX.

The S6200E-12TT-8G-3TF supports VRRP. Two S6200E-12TT-8G-3TFs can form a VRRP group to ensure nonstop reliable communication. Multiple equal-cost routes to upstream devices can be configured on the S6200E to provide route redundancy. When an active route is unreachable, traffic is switched to a backup route.


Easy deployment and maintenance free

Supports SNMP v1/v2/v3 and provides flexible methods for managing devices. Users can manage the S6200E-12TT-8G-3TF using the CLI and Web NMS. Supports SSH2.0 and other encryption, which makes management much more secured.  Supports LLDP protocol for simpler management.