Uncover Huawei Switches’ Support for Cards

Did you ever have a question:
Which switch supports this card?
Or:
Which cards does this switch support?
Today, HongTelecom will elaborate on which switches support which cards.
1 Which switch supports this card?

When you doubt which series of switches supports a card, the answer is three words ― see the model. If the card’s name starts with “ES”, this card is supported by the S7700, for example, ES0D0X12SA00.
If the card’s name starts with “EH”, this card is supported by the S9700, for example, EH1D2X12SSA0.
If the card’s name starts with “ET”, this card is supported by the S12700, for example, ET1D2X12SSA0.

However, there is still a lot to know.
– Do all the cards supported by the S7700 have names starting with “ES”?
The answer is no. The S7700 also supports the LE0D0VAMPA00 and cards applicable to all switches.
PS: There are five models of cards applicable to all switches: ACU2, ET1D2FW00S00, ET1D2FW00S01, ET1D2FW00S02 and ET1D2IPS0S00.
– Do all the cards supported by the S9700 have names starting with “EH”?
The answer is no. The S9700 also supports the LE0D0VAMPA00 and cards applicable to all switches.
– Do all the cards supported by the S12700 have names starting with “ET”?
The answer is still no. The S12700 also supports the EH1D2PS00P00 and the ACU2.
The following table gives a summary.

Product Series  Cards Supported
S7700  Models that start with “ES” + the LE0D0VAMPA00 + cards applicable to all switches
S9700  Models that start with “EH” + the LE0D0VAMPA00 + cards applicable to all switches
S12700  Models that start with “ET” + the EH1D2PS00P00+ the ACU2

However, do not think that you have known it all. You have to consider the versions.
You don’t have to memorize the detailed relationship between cards, switches and versions. Instead, you just need to look up “Version Mapping” under “Cards” in the Hardware Description. You can obtain the latest Hardware Description manual from http://support.huawei.com/enterprise.

For example, you can check which versions of the S12700 support ET1D2MPUA000 in the S12700 Hardware Decryption.

S12700 support ET1D2MPUA000

In short, the standard answer is:
Question: Which switch supports this card?
Answer: This card is supported by a certain switch since a certain version.

2 Which cards does this switch support?

Switches support two types of cards:
–  LPUs: used for receiving and sending data
–  Value-added service cards: provide specified services such as firewall, AC and NAT.
I will introduce LPUs and value-added service cards to you respectively.

2.1 Which LPUs do the switches support?
LPUs are used to receive and send data, so the data switching rate is a primary concern. Besides, the features and specifications supported by the LPUs are also important factors.
As highways are divided into expressways, national roads and provincial roads by rate limits, LPUs are divided into 40GE, 10GE, GE and FE interface cards by interface speeds. The following table lists card classifications and product support. (Only LPUs with the most interfaces are listed below.)

LPU Type S7700 S9700 S12700
FE interface card 48 x FE 48 x FE Not supported
GE interface card 48 x GE 48 x GE 48 x GE
10GE interface card 40 x 10GE 48 x 10GE 48 x 10GE
40GE interface card 2 x 40GE 8 x 40GE 8 x 40GE

As there are special traffic lanes and all-purpose roads, LPUs can be divided into five series by function: F series, S series, E series, B series and X1E series.
As special traffic lanes are divided into lanes for large cars and lanes for medium and small cars, each series falls into three sub-series: A (32K MAC address entries), C (128K MAC address entries) and D (512K MAC address entries). The following table lists card classifications and product support.

LPU Type S7700 S9700 S12700
FA, FC LPU Supported Supported Not supported
SA LPU Supported Supported Supported
SC LPU Not supported Not supported Supported
EA, EC LPU Supported Supported Supported
ED LPU Supported Supported Not supported
BC LPU Supported Supported Not supported
X1E LPU Supported Supported Supported

2.2 Which value-added service cards do the switches support?
As highways need traffic police and monitoring, networks need security functions such as firewall, IP Security (IPSec), intrusion detection and antivirus.
As highways need traffic controls and traffic lights, networks need specific service functions such as load balancing, Network Address Translation (NAT) and NetStream.
Below, I list value-added service cards supported by switches.
– SPU: provides service functions for switches such as load balancing, firewall, NAT, IPSec and NetStream.
– OSP: can have an operating system and applications installed to support the applications. IPS can be installed on the OSP now.
– ACU: provides functions of a wireless access controller (AC). An ACU installed on a switch can be considered an independent AC connected to the switch in bypass mode.
– NGFW: provides flexible and integrated security functions, such as firewall, NAT, and VPN, for IP networks.
– IPS: provides flexible and integrated security functions, such as intrusion prevention, antivirus, and DDoS attack defense, for IP networks.
The following table lists card classifications and product support.

Card Type S7700  S9700  S12700 
SPU Supported: LE0D0VAMPA00 Supported: LE0D0VAMPA00 Not supported
OSP Supported: ES1D2PS00P00 Supported: EH1D2PS00P00 Supported: EH1D2PS00P00
ACU Supported: ACU2 Supported: ACU2 Supported: ACU2
NGFW Supported:
ET1D2FW00S00
ET1D2FW00S01
ET1D2FW00S02
Supported:
ET1D2FW00S00
ET1D2FW00S01
ET1D2FW00S02
Supported:
ET1D2FW00S00
ET1D2FW00S01
ET1D2FW00S02
IPS Supported: ET1D2IPS0S00 Supported: ET1D2IPS0S00 Supported: ET1D2IPS0S00

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Introduction to Huawei Modular Switches

Ethernet switches are one of the products which Huawei engineers are most familiar with. The complicated models, various specifications and similar names often confuse people. I always have to turn to a lot of reference material, checking and comparing, when asked about the differences in models and specifications as well as in features. As the saying goes, prolonged illness makes a doctor of a patient. HongTelecom have summarized some rules of the switches to share.

An Unspoken Rule of Naming Huawei Modular Switches

Huawei switches consist of the S1700, S2700, S3700, S5700, S6700, S7700, S9700 and S12700 series, following the unspoken rule in the industry that bigger numbers indicate higher performances. First, let’s make a comparison among the S7700, S9700 and S12700 series.

The last two figures in the names of Huawei modular switches represent the number of service slots. For example, “S12712” represents that this model has 12 service slots. The following pictures show all the modular switches of Huawei, including two models of the S12700, three models of the S9700 and three models of the S7700.

An Unspoken Rule of Naming Huawei Modular Switches

S9700 Series

S7700 Series

Three Modular Switch Series Have Witnessed the Network Development

Huawei developed the S7700 as core switches at the first stage of network development.

Increasing network scale and bandwidth requirements brought about higher requirements for switches’ performances at the second stage of network development. Huawei developed the more powerful S9700 series. Then the S7700 switches were positioned as core switches for medium-scale enterprises and aggregation switches for large-scale enterprises. Meanwhile, Huawei started developing CE series data center switches to adapt to rapid development of data center networks.

At the third stage of network development, the network demand increased significantly and the requirements for quick response became higher and higher. Huawei developed the S12700 series agile switches which could also be used as enterprise core switches. The agile switches enable complex service requirements to be satisfied in as short as 6 months, compared to the 3-year period on traditional switches. In the meantime, Huawei upgraded the S7700 and S9700 to agile switches based on the S12700 development experience.

The following table and picture show the recommended locations of modular product models (take the S12700 as an example).

S7703/S7706/S7712 S9703/S9706/S9712 S12708/S12812
Campus network Core layer/Aggregation layer Core layer Core layer
Data center None. Core layer/Aggregation layer Core layer/Aggregation layerThree Modular Switch Series Have Witnessed the Network Development

Agile Switches Amaze the World

Huawei implemented many new functions on the S12700 based on customer requirements in the first six months (October 2013 to April 2014) since the lunch. In addition, Huawei shared these functions on the S9700 and S7700. Concurrently, Huawei is trying to develop fixed agile switches to share all the functions of the S12700.

The following table lists the main feature changes of modular product models in 2014 (to be updated continuously):

2014 Expected New Features S7703/S7706/S7712 S9703/S9706/S9712 S12708/S12712
Destination Address Accounting (DAA) Y Y Y
VLAN-based Spanning Tree (VBST) ? Y Y Y
PPPoE Authentication for NAC ? Y Y Y
Synchronous Ethernet Y Y Y
Cluster Switch System Generation 2 (CSS2) N N Y
CSS Card Clustering Y (Only S7706/12) Y (Only S9706/12) N
Service Port Clustering Y (Only S7706/12) Y (Only S9706/12) N
IPCA Y Y Y
MSV Y Y Y
HQOS Y Y Y
Free Mobility ? Y Y Y
Centralized AC Y Y Y
SVF Y Y Y

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3000 W AC Power Module for Huawei S7700&S9700 Switch

Huawei Campus Switch includes S1700, S2300, S2700, S3300, S3700, S5300, S5700, S600-E, S6300, S6700, S7700, S7900, S9300, S9300X, S9700, S12700 Series. In this article, HongTelecom will introduce the 3000 W AC Power Module for Huawei S7700&S9700 Switch.

3000 W AC Power Module

Version Mapping

Table 1 Switch chassis and software versions matching a 3000 W AC power module (S7700)
MODEL POWER MODULE NAME S7700 CHASSIS
PAC3KS54-CB 3000 W AC power module (Black) Supported in V200R012C00 and later versions

Table 2 Switch chassis and software versions matching a 3000 W AC power module (S9700)
MODEL POWER MODULE NAME S9700 CHASSIS
PAC3KS54-CB 3000 W AC power module (Black) Supported in V200R012C00 and later versions

Functions

A 3000 W AC power module provides a maximum power of 3000 W for the chassis. Table 3 describes the functions of a 3000 W AC power module.

Table 3 Functions of a 3000 W AC power module
FUNCTION DESCRIPTION
Input protection Input overvoltage protection In this protection state, the power module is turned off and stops supplying power. When the system recovers from input overvoltage, the power module can automatically start supplying power again.
Input undervoltage protection In this protection state, the power module is turned off and stops supplying power. When the system recovers from input undervoltage, the power module can automatically start supplying power again.
Input overcurrent protection In this protection state, the power module is turned off and stops supplying power. The power module cannot automatically start supplying power again and needs to be replaced.
Output protection Output overvoltage protection In this protection state:

  • If output overvoltage is caused by the power module itself, the power module stops supplying power. When the system recovers from output overvoltage, the power module cannot automatically start supplying power again.
  • If output overvoltage is caused by increase of the input voltage received from the external power source, the power module stops supplying power. When the system recovers from output overvoltage, the power module can automatically start supplying power again.
Output overcurrent protection In this protection state, the output current is limited to a certain value. When the system recovers from output overcurrent, the power module can automatically start supplying power again.
Output short-circuit protection In this protection state, the power module supplies power intermittently, and the output current is limited to within a range. When the system recovers from output short-circuit, the power module can automatically start supplying power again.
Overtemperature protection When the temperature of the power module exceeds a specified threshold, the power module stops supplying power. When the temperature falls into the normal range, the power module automatically resumes power supply.
Hot swapping The power module is hot swappable.
Table 4 Indicators on a power module panel (PAC3KS54-CB)
INDICATOR COLOR DESCRIPTION
INPUT Green Steady on: The input power of the power module is in the normal range.Blinking: The power module is in an input undervoltage or input overvoltage condition.

Off: The power module receives no input power.

OUTPUT Green Steady on: The output power of the power module is in the normal range.Off: The power module provides no output power.
ALARM Red Steady on: The power voltage is experiencing overtemperature, external short circuit, output overvoltage, output overcurrent, or a fan failure.Blinking: Communication between the power module and CMU has been interrupted.

Off: The power module is working normally.

Specifications

Table 5 Technical specifications of a 3000 W AC power module
ITEM VALUE
Dimensions (W x D x H) 41 mm x 417.4 mm x 130 mm (0.2 in. x 16.4 in. x 5.1 in.)
Weight < 3.0 kg
AC input Rated input voltage 220 V AC/110 V AC; 50/60 Hz
Rated input voltage range 200 V AC to 240 V AC (220 V AC input)/100 V AC to 130 V AC (110 V AC input); 47 Hz to 63 Hz
Maximum input voltage range 90 V AC to 290 V AC; 47 Hz to 63 Hz (The maximum output power reduces by a half when the input voltage is in the range of 90 V AC to 175 V AC.)The maximum current of the power cable used by the 3000 W AC power module is 16 A. When the 220 V input is used, the minimum voltage cannot be lower than 200 V. When the 110 V input is used, the minimum voltage cannot be lower than 100 V.
Maximum input current 16 A
High-voltage DC input Rated input voltage 240 V DC
Rated input voltage range 190 V DC to 290 V DC
Maximum input voltage range 14 A
Output Maximum output current 56.1 A (220 V AC input)/28.1 A (110 V AC Input)
Maximum output power 3000 W (220 V AC input or 240 V DC)/1500 W (110 V AC input)
Hot swapping Supported
Environment specifications

  • Operating temperature: 0°C to 45°C
  • Operating relative humidity: 5% RH to 95% RH (noncondensing)
  • Storage temperature: -40°C to +70°C (-40°F to +158°F)
  • Storage relative humidity: 5% RH to 95% RH (noncondensing)
Part number 02311XYE

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2200 W AC Power Module for Huawei S7700&S9700 Switch

Huawei Campus Switch includes S1700, S2300, S2700, S3300, S3700, S5300, S5700, S600-E, S6300, S6700, S7700, S7900, S9300, S9300X, S9700, S12700 Series. In this article, HongTelecom will introduce the 2200 W AC Power Module for Huawei S7700&S9700 Switch.

2200 W AC Power Module

Version Mapping

Table 1 Switch chassis and software versions matching a 2200 W AC power module (S7700)
MODEL POWER MODULE NAME S7700 CHASSIS
W2PSA2230 2200 W AC power module S7703, S7706 and S7712 chassis: In V100R006C00, this power module is supported only in the PoE power module slots. In V200R001C00 and later versions, this power module is supported in all the power module slots.
PAC-2200WF

NOTE:

PAC-2200WF has replaced W2PSA2230 since Feb, 2015.

2200 W AC power module S7703, S7706 and S7712 chassis: In V100R006C00 and V200R001C00, this power module is supported only in the PoE power module slots. In V200R002C00 and later versions, this power module is supported in all the power module slots.

Table 2 Switch chassis and software versions matching a 2200 W AC power module (S9700)
MODEL POWER MODULE NAME S9700 CHASSIS
W2PSA2230 2200 W AC power module Supported in V200R001C00 and later versions
PAC-2200WF

NOTE:

PAC-2200WF has replaced W2PSA2230 since Feb, 2015.

2200 W AC power module Supported in V200R001C00 and later versions

Appearance

A 2200 W AC power module is 3 U in height.

Figure 1 2200 W AC power module (W2PSA2230)
Figure 1 2200 W AC power module (W2PSA2230) _S7700
Figure 2 2200 W AC power module (PAC-2200WF)
Figure 2 2200 W AC power module (PAC-2200WF) _S7700
 NOTE:

Keep the tab of the power cable locking strap straight and do not insert it into an air vent on the power module panel, as this will affect operations of the power module.

Functions

A 2200 W AC power module provides a maximum power of 2200 W for the chassis. Table 3 describes the functions of a 2200 W AC power module.

Table 3 Functions of a 2200 W AC power module
Function Description
Input protection Input undervoltage protection In this protection state, the power module is turned off and stops supplying power. When the system recovers from input undervoltage, the power module can automatically resume power supply.
Input overcurrent protection In this protection state, the power module is turned off and stops supplying power. The power module cannot automatically resume power supply and needs to be replaced.
Output protection Output overvoltage protection In this protection state:

  • If output overvoltage is caused by the power module itself, the power module stops supplying power. When the system recovers from output overvoltage, the power module cannot automatically resume power supply.
  • If output overvoltage is caused by increase of the input voltage received from the external power source, the power module stops supplying power. When the system recovers from output overvoltage, the power module can automatically resume power supply.
Output overcurrent protection In this protection state, the output current is limited to a certain value. When the system recovers from output overcurrent, the power module can automatically resume power supply.
Output short-circuit protection In this protection state, the power module supplies power intermittently, and the output current is limited within a range. When the system recovers from output short-circuit, the power module can automatically resume power supply.
Overtemperature protection When the temperature of the power module exceeds a specified threshold, the power module stops supplying power. When the temperature falls into the normal range, the power module automatically resumes power supply.
Hot swap The power module is hot swappable.

Panel Description

Figure 3 Panel of a 2200 W AC power module (W2PSA2230)
Figure 3 Panel of a 2200 W AC power module (W2PSA2230) _S7700
1. Power socket 2. Power switch

NOTE:

  • ON: The power module is supplying power.
  • OFF: The power module is not supplying power.
3. FAULT indicator
4. ALM indicator 5. RUN indicator 6. Ejector lever

NOTE:

Raise the ejector lever to release the power module from the slot, and lower the ejector lever to lock the power module in the slot.

Figure 4 Panel of a 2200 W AC power module (PAC-2200WF)
Figure 4 Panel of a 2200 W AC power module (PAC-2200WF) _S7700
1. Power switch

NOTE:

  • When the power switch is turned ON, the power module supplies power to the chassis.
  • When the power switch is turned OFF, the power module does not supply power to the chassis.
2. Ejector lever

NOTE:

Raise the ejector lever to release the power module from the slot, and lower the ejector lever to lock the power module in the slot.

3. Power socket
4. ALARM indicator 5. OUTPUT indicator 6. INPUT indicator

Table 4 Indicators on a power module panel (W2PSA2230)
Indicator Color Description
FAULT Red Steady on: The power module has a fault that cannot be rectified.
ALM Yellow Steady on: A power output shutdown alarm, overtemperature alarm, output overcurrent alarm, input overvoltage alarm, or input undervoltage alarm has been generated.

Blinking: Communication with the monitoring device (MCU or CMU) has been interrupted.

RUN Green Steady on: The power input is normal.

Table 5 Indicators on a power module panel (PAC-2200WF)
Indicator Color Description
INPUT Green Steady on: The input power of the power module is in the normal range.

Blinking: The power module is in an input undervoltage or input overvoltage condition.

Off: The power module receives no input power.

OUTPUT Green Steady on: The output power of the power module is in the normal range.

Off: The power module provides no output power.

ALARM Red Steady on: The power voltage is experiencing overtemperature, external short circuit, output overvoltage, output overcurrent, or a fan failure.

Blinking: Communication between the power module and CMU has been interrupted.

Off: The power module is working normally.

Specifications

Table 6 Technical specifications of a 2200 W AC power module
Item Value
Dimensions (W x D x H) 41 mm x 393 mm x 130 mm (1.6 in. x 15.5 in. x 5.1 in.)
Weight < 2.5 kg
Input Rated input voltage 220 V AC/110 V AC; 50/60 Hz
Rated input voltage range 200 V AC to 240 V AC (220 V AC input)/100 V AC to 120 V AC (110 V AC input); 47 Hz to 63 Hz
Maximum input voltage range 90 V AC to 290 V AC; 47 Hz to 63 Hz (The maximum output power reduces by a half when the input voltage is in the range of 90 V AC to 175 V AC.)
Maximum input current 15.5 A
Output Maximum output current 42 A (220 V AC input)/21 A (110 V AC Input)
Maximum output power 2200 W (220 V AC input)/1100 W (110 V AC input)
Hot swap Supported
Environment parameters
  • Operating temperature: 0°C to 45°C (32°F to 113°F)
  • Operating relative humidity: 5% RH to 95% RH (noncondensing)
  • Storage temperature: -40°C to +70°C (-40°F to +158°F)
  • Storage relative humidity: 5% RH to 95% RH (noncondensing)
Part Number W2PSA2230: 02130977

PAC-2200WF: 02131120

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800 W AC Power Module for Huawei S9700/S7700 Switch

Huawei Campus Switch includes S1700, S2300, S2700, S3300, S3700, S5300, S5700, S600-E, S6300, S6700, S7700, S7900, S9300, S9300X, S9700, S12700 Series. In this article, HongTelecom will introduce the 800 W AC Power Module for Huawei S7700&S9700 Switch.

800 W AC Power Module

Version Mapping

Table 1 Switch chassis and software versions matching an 800 W AC power module (S7700)
MODEL POWER MODULE NAME S7700 CHASSIS
W2PSA0800 800 W AC power module S7703, S7706 and S7712 chassis: supported in V100R003C01 and later versions

Table 2 Switch chassis and software versions matching an 800 W AC power module (S9700)
MODEL POWER MODULE NAME S9700 CHASSIS
W2PSA0800 800 W AC power module Supported in V200R002C00 and later versions

Appearance

An 800 W AC power module is 3 U in height.

Figure 1 800 W AC power module
Figure 1 800 W AC power module_S7700

Functions

An 800 W AC power module provides a maximum power of 800 W for the chassis. Table 3 describes the functions of an 800 W AC power module.

Table 3 Functions of an 800 W AC power module
Function Description
Input protection Input undervoltage protection In this protection state, the power module is turned off and stops supplying power. When the system recovers from input undervoltage, the power module can automatically resume power supply.
Input overcurrent protection In this protection state, the power module is turned off and stops supplying power. The power module cannot automatically resume power supply and needs to be replaced.
Output protection Output overvoltage protection In this protection state:

  • If output overvoltage is caused by the power module itself, the power module stops supplying power. When the system recovers from output overvoltage, the power module cannot automatically resume power supply.
  • If output overvoltage is caused by increase of the input voltage received from the external power source, the power module stops supplying power. When the system recovers from output overvoltage, the power module can automatically resume power supply.
Output overcurrent protection In this protection state, the output current is limited to a certain value. When the system recovers from output overcurrent, the power module can automatically resume power supply.
Output short-circuit protection In this protection state, the power module supplies power intermittently, and the output current is limited within a range. When the system recovers from output short-circuit, the power module can automatically resume power supply.
Overtemperature protection When the temperature of the power module exceeds a specified threshold, the power module stops supplying power. When the temperature falls into the normal range, the power module automatically resumes power supply.
Hot swap The power module is hot swappable.

Panel Description

Figure 2 Panel of an 800 W AC power module
Figure 2 Panel of an 800 W AC power module_S7700
1. AC power socket 2. Power switch

NOTE:

  • ON: The power module is supplying power.
  • OFF: The power module is not supplying power.
3. FAULT indicator
4. ALM indicator 5. RUN indicator 6. Ejector lever

NOTE:

Raise the ejector lever to release the power module from the slot, and lower the ejector lever to lock the power module in the slot.

7. Loose-proof pinch

Table 4 Indicators on a power module panel
Indicator Color Description
FAULT Red Steady on: The power module has a fault that cannot be rectified.
ALM Yellow Steady on: A power output shutdown alarm, overtemperature alarm, output overcurrent alarm, input overvoltage alarm, or input undervoltage alarm has been generated.

Blinking: Communication with the monitoring device (MCU or CMU) has been interrupted.

RUN Green Steady on: The power input is normal.

Specifications

Table 5 Technical specifications of an 800 W AC power module
Item Value
Dimensions (W x D x H) 41 mm x 393 mm x 130 mm (1.6 in. x 15.5 in. x 5.1 in.)
Weight < 2.5 kg
Input Rated input voltage 220 V AC/110 V AC; 50/60 Hz
Rated input voltage range 200 V AC to 240 V AC (220 V AC input)/100 V AC to 120 V AC (110 V AC input); 47 Hz to 63 Hz
Maximum input voltage range 90 V AC to 290 V AC; 47 Hz to 63 Hz (When the input voltage is in the range of 90 V AC to 175 V AC, the power module provides up to half of the maximum output power.)
Maximum input current 5 A
Output Maximum output current 15 A (220 V AC input)/7.5 A (110 V AC input)
Maximum output power 800 W (220 V AC input)/400 W (110 V AC input)
Hot swap Supported
Environment parameters
  • Operating temperature: 0°C to 45°C (32°F to 113°F)
  • Operating relative humidity: 5% RH to 95% RH (noncondensing)
  • Storage temperature: -40°C to +70°C (-40°F to +158°F)
  • Storage relative humidity: 5% RH to 95% RH (noncondensing)
Part Number 02130979

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Example for Configuring Egress Devices on Small- and Medium-Sized Campus or Branch Networks

Huawei Campus Switch includes S1700, S2300, S2700, S3300, S3700, S5300, S5700, S600-E, S6300, S6700, S7700, S7900, S9300, S9300X, S9700, S12700 Series. In this article, HongTelecom will introduce the Example for Configuring Egress Devices on Small- and Medium-Sized Campus or Branch Networks for Huawei S7700/S9700 Switch.

Example for Configuring Egress Devices on Small- and Medium-Sized Campus or Branch Networks

Overview

A campus network egress is often located between an enterprise’s internal network and external network to provide the only ingress and egress for data traffic between the internal and external networks. Small- and medium-scale enterprises want to deploy multiple types of services on the same device to reduce initial investment on enterprise network construction and long-term O&M cost. Enterprise network users require access to the Internet and virtual private networks (VPNs). To reduce network construction and maintenance costs, small- and medium-scale enterprises often lease the Internet links of carriers to build VPNs. Some campus networks requiring high reliability often deploy two egress routers to implement device-level reliability and use reliability techniques such as link aggregation, Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP), and active and standby routes to ensure campus network egress reliability. Huawei AR series routers can be used as egress devices and work with Huawei S series switches to provide a cost-effective network solution for small- and medium-scale campus networks. Campus network egress devices must provide the following functions:

  • Provide the network address translation (NAT) outbound and NAT server functions to translate between private and public network addresses, so that internal users can access the Internet and Internet users can access internal servers.
  • Support the construction of VPNs through the Internet so that branches of the enterprise can communicate over VPNs.
  • Encrypt data to protect data integrity and confidentiality, ensuring service transmission security.
  • Egress devices of small- and medium-scale campus networks must be reliable, secure, low-cost, and easy to maintain.

Configuration Notes

This configuration example:

  • Applies to small- and medium-sized enterprise campus/branch egress solutions.
  • Provides only the enterprise network egress configuration. For the internal network configuration, see “Small- and Mid-Sized Campus Networks” in the HUAWEI S Series Campus Switches Quick Configuration.
  • Uses S series switches running V200R008 and AR series routers running V200R003.

Networking Requirements

The headquarters and branch of an enterprise are located in different cities and far from each other. The headquarters has two departments (A and B), and the branch has only one department. A cross-regional enterprise campus network needs to be constructed to meet the following requirements:

  • Both users in the headquarters and branch have access to the Internet. In the headquarters, users in Department A can access the Internet, but users in Department B are not allowed to access the Internet. In the branch, all users can access the Internet.
  • The headquarters has a web server to provide WWW service so that external users can access the internal server.
  • The headquarters and branch need to communicate through VPNs over the Internet and communication contents must be protected.
  • The headquarters’ campus network egress requires link-level reliability and device-level reliability.
  • The branch does not need high reliability.

A comprehensive configuration solution, as shown in Figure 1, is provided to meet the preceding requirements. The solution adopts a multi-layer, modular, redundant, and secure design and applies to small- and medium-scale enterprise or branch campus networks.

Solution Overview

  • Deploy Huawei S2700&S3700 switches (ACC1, ACC2, and SwitchA) at the access layer, deploy Huawei S5700 switches (CORE) at the core layer, and deploy Huawei AR3200 routers (RouterA, RouterB, and RouterC) at the campus network egress.
  • In the headquarters, use redundancy between two AR egress routers (RouterA and RouterB) to ensure device-level reliability. In the branch, deploy one AR router as the egress router.
  • In the headquarters, set up a stack (CORE) between two S5700 core switches to ensure device-level reliability.
  • In the headquarters, deploy Eth-Trunks between access switches, the CORE, and egress routers to ensure link-level reliability.
  • In the headquarters, assign a VLAN to each department and transmit services between departments at Layer 3 through VLANIF interfaces of the CORE.
  • Use the CORE of the headquarters as the gateway for users and servers, and deploy a DHCP server to assign IP addresses to users.
  • Deploy the gateway for branch users on the egress router.
  • Deploy VRRP between the two egress routers of the headquarters to ensure reliability.
  • Construct an Internet Protocol Security (IPSec) VPN between the headquarters and branch over the Internet to enable communication while ensuring data transmission security.
  • Deploy Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) between the two egress routers and CORE of the headquarters to advertise user routes for future capacity expansion and maintenance.

Configuration Roadmap

The configuration roadmap is as follows:

  1. Deploy the headquarters and branch campus networks.In the headquarters, deploy a stack and link aggregation, configure VLANs and IP addresses for interfaces, and deploy a DHCP server to allow users in the headquarters campus network to communicate. Users within a department communicate at Layer 2 through access switches, and users in different departments communicate at Layer 3 through the VLANIF interfaces of the CORE.

    In the branch, configure VLANs and IP addresses for interfaces on access switches and egress routers, and deploy a DHCP server to allow users in the branch campus network to communicate.

  2. Deploy VRRP.To ensure reliability between the CORE and two egress routers of the headquarters, deploy VRRP between the two egress routers so that VRRP heartbeat packets are exchanged through the CORE. Configure RouterA as the master device and RouterB as the backup device.

    To prevent service interruption in the case of an uplink failure on RouterA, associate the VRRP status with the uplink interface of RouterA. The association ensures a fast VRRP switchover when the uplink fails.

  3. Deploy routes.To steer uplink traffic of devices, configure a default route with the VRRP virtual address as the next hop on the CORE of the headquarters, and configure a default route on each egress router of the headquarters and branch, with the next hop pointing to the IP address of the connected carrier network device (public network gateway address).

    To steer the return traffic of two egress routers of the headquarters, configure OSPF between the two egress routers and CORE, and advertise all user network segments on the CORE into OSPF and then to the two egress routers.

    On RouterD, to steer traffic generated by access to the web server from external networks, configure two static routes of which the destination address is the public network address of the web server and next-hop addresses are uplink interface addresses of the two egress routers. To ensure simultaneous route switchover and VRRP switchover, set the route with next hop pointing to RouterA as the preferred one. When this route fails, the route with next hop pointing to RouterB takes effect.

  4. Configure NAT outbound.To enable internal users to access the Internet, configure NAT on the uplink interfaces of the two egress routers for translation between private network addresses and public network addresses. Use an ACL to permit the source IP address of packets from Department A so that users in Department A can access the Internet while users in Department B cannot.
  5. Configure a NAT server.To enable external users to access the internal web server, configure a NAT server on the uplink interfaces of the two egress routers to translate between the public and private network addresses of the server.
  6. Deploy IPSec VPN.To enable users in the headquarters and branch to communicate through a VPN, configure IPSec VPN between the egress routers of the headquarters and branch for secure communication.
 NOTE:

For the enterprise internal network configuration, see “Small- and Mid-Sized Campus Networks” in the HUAWEI S Series Campus Switches Quick Configuration.

Data Plan

Table 1, Table 2, and Table 3 provide the data plan.

Table 1 Data plan for link aggregation of interfaces
DEVICE LAG INTERFACE PHYSICAL INTERFACE
RouterA Eth-Trunk1 GE2/0/0GE2/0/1
RouterB Eth-Trunk1 GE2/0/0GE2/0/1
CORE Eth-Trunk1 GE0/0/1GE1/0/1
Eth-Trunk2 GE0/0/2GE1/0/2
Eth-Trunk3 GE0/0/3GE1/0/3
Eth-Trunk4 GE0/0/4GE1/0/4
ACC1 Eth-Trunk1 GE0/0/1GE0/0/2
ACC2 Eth-Trunk1 GE0/0/1GE0/0/2
 NOTE:

All Eth-Trunk interfaces work in Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP) mode.

Table 2 VLAN plan
DEVICE DATA REMARKS
RouterA Eth-Trunk1.100: Configure a dot1q termination sub-interface to terminate packets of VLAN 100. Connects to the CORE of the headquarters.
RouterB Eth-Trunk1.100: Configure a dot1q termination sub-interface to terminate packets of VLAN 100. Connects to the CORE of the headquarters.
CORE Eth-Trunk1: a trunk interface that transparently transmits packets of VLAN 10. Connects to department A of the headquarters.
Eth-Trunk2: a trunk interface that transparently transmits packets of VLAN 20. Connects to department B of the headquarters.
GE0/0/5: an access interface with VLAN 30 as the default VLAN. Connects to the web server of the headquarters.
Eth-Trunk3: a trunk interface that transparently transmits packets of VLAN 100. Connects to RouterA of the headquarters.
Eth-Trunk4: a trunk interface that transparently transmits packets of VLAN 100. Connects to RouterB of the headquarters.
ACC1 Eth-Trunk1: a trunk interface that transparently transmits packets of VLAN 10. Connects to the CORE of the headquarters.
Ethernet0/0/2: an access interface with VLAN 10 as the default VLAN. Connects to PC1 in department A.
ACC2 Eth-Trunk1: a trunk interface that transparently transmits packets of VLAN 20. Connects to the CORE of the headquarters.
Ethernet0/0/2: an access interface with VLAN 20 as the default VLAN. Connects to PC3 in department B.
RouterC GE2/0/0.200: Configure a dot1q termination sub-interface to terminate packets of VLAN 200. Connects to SwitchA (access switch) of the branch.
SwitchA GE0/0/1: a trunk interface that transparently transmits packets of VLAN 200. Connects to RouterC (egress router) of the branch.
Ethernet0/0/2: an access interface with VLAN 200 as the default VLAN. Connects to PC5 in the branch.

Table 3 IP address plan
DEVICE DATA REMARKS
RouterA GE1/0/0: 202.10.1.2/24Eth-Trunk1.100: 10.10.100.2/24 GE1/0/0 connects to the carrier network.Eth-Trunk1.100 connects to the CORE of the headquarters.
RouterB GE1/0/0: 202.10.2.2/24Eth-Trunk1.100: 10.10.100.3/24
CORE VLANIF 10: 10.10.10.1/24VLANIF 20: 10.10.20.1/24

VLANIF 30: 10.10.30.1/24

VLANIF 100: 10.10.100.4/24

VLANIF 10 functions as the user gateway of department A.VLANIF 20 functions as the user gateway of department B.

VLANIF 30 functions as the gateway of the web server.

VLANIF 100 connects to egress routers.

Web server IP address: 10.10.30.2/24Default gateway: 10.10.30.1 Public network IP address translated by the NAT server: 202.10.100.3
PC1 IP address: 10.10.10.2/24Default gateway: 10.10.10.1 IP address 10.10.10.2/24 is allocated to the PC through DHCP in this example.
PC3 IP address: 10.10.20.2/24Default gateway: 10.10.20.1 IP address 10.10.20.2/24 is allocated to the PC through DHCP in this example.
RouterD InterfaceB: interface number GigabitEthernet1/0/0 and IP address 202.10.1.1/24InterfaceC: interface number GigabitEthernet2/0/0 and IP address 202.10.2.1/24 RouterD is a carrier network device. The interface number used here is an example. When configuring a device, use the actual interface number.
RouterE InterfaceA: interface number GigabitEthernet1/0/0 and IP address 203.10.1.1/24 RouterE is a carrier network device. The interface number used here is an example. When configuring a device, use the actual interface number.
RouterC GE1/0/0: 203.10.1.2/24GE2/0/0.200: 10.10.200.1/24
PC5 IP address: 10.10.200.2/24Default gateway: 10.10.200.1 IP address 10.10.200.2/24 is allocated to the PC through DHCP in this example.

 

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MQC for Huawei S7700/S9700 Switch

Huawei Campus Switch includes S1700, S2300, S2700, S3300, S3700, S5300, S5700, S600-E, S6300, S6700, S7700, S7900, S9300, S9300X, S9700, S12700 Series. In this article, HongTelecom will introduce the MQC for Huawei S7700/S9700 Switch.

MQC

Involved Network Elements

Other network elements are not required.

Licensing Requirements

MQC is a basic feature of the switch and is not under license control.

Version Requirements

Table 1 describes the products and versions supporting MQC.

Table 1 Products and versions supporting MQC
PRODUCT PRODUCT MODEL SOFTWARE VERSION
S7700 S7703, S7706, and S7712 V100R003C01, V100R006C00, V200R001(C00&C01), V200R002C00, V200R003C00, V200R005C00, V200R006C00, V200R007C00, V200R008C00, V200R009C00, V200R010C00, V200R011C10, V200R012C00
S9700 S9703, S9706, and S9712 V200R001(C00&C01), V200R002C00, V200R003C00, V200R005C00, V200R006C00, V200R007(C00&C10), V200R008C00, V200R009C00, V200R010C00, V200R011C10, V200R012C00
 NOTE:

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Feature Limitations

  • Table 2 describes the specifications of MQC.

    Table 2 Specifications of MQC
    ITEM SPECIFICATION
    Maximum number of traffic classifiers
    • Versions earlier than V100R006: 255
    • V100R006 to V200R002: 256
    • V200R003 and later versions: 512
    Maximum number of if-match rules in a traffic classifier 2048
    Maximum number of traffic behaviors 256
    Maximum number of traffic policies 256
    Maximum number of traffic classifiers bound to a traffic policy 256
  • Applying a traffic policy consumes ACL resources. If ACL resources are insufficient, the traffic policy will fail to be applied. Assume that an if-match rule in a traffic policy occupies one ACL. When the traffic policy is applied to M interfaces, M ACLs are occupied. When the traffic policy is applied to L VLANs on a switch with N LPUs, L*N ACLs are occupied. When the traffic policy is applied to the system on a switch with N LPUs, N ACLs are occupied. Table 3 describes the ACL resource usage of if-match rules.

    Table 3 ACLs occupied by traffic classification rules
    TRAFFIC CLASSIFICATION RULE ACL RESOURCE USAGE
    if-match vlan-id start-vlan-id [ to end-vlan-id ] [ cvlan-id cvlan-id ]if-match cvlan-id start-vlan-id [ to end-vlan-id ] [ vlan-id vlan-id ] Rules are delivered according to the VLAN ID range and multiple ACLs are occupied. You can run the display acl division start-id to end-id command to check how ACL resources are used in a specified VLAN range.
    if-match acl { acl-number | acl-name }if-match ipv6 acl { acl-number | acl-name } Uplink: When the range resources are exhausted, rules containing range port-start port-end are delivered and multiple ACLs are occupied. Each rule containing tcp-flag established occupies two ACLs. (The ACL resource usage on X series cards is similar to that in the downlink direction.)Downlink: Rules containing range port-start port-end are delivered according to the port number range, and multiple ACLs are occupied. In other situations, one rule occupies one ACL. You can run the display acl division start-id to end-id command to check how ACL resources are used in a specified port number range.
    Other if-match rules Each rule occupies one ACL.
  • A traffic policy can be applied to the system, a VLAN, an SSID profile, or an interface. When a traffic policy needs to be applied in multiple views, apply the traffic policy in the interface view/SSID profile view, VLAN view, and system view in sequence. If the switch supports the SSID profile view and different interface views, apply the traffic policy in the VLANIF interface view, WLAN-ESS interface view/SSID profile view, sub-interface view of physical interfaces/Eth-Trunk sub-interface view, and physical interface view/Eth-Trunk interface view/port group view in sequence.
  • When packets match multiple traffic policies, the following rules apply:
    • If traffic classification rules in the traffic policies are of the same type, only one traffic policy takes effect. The precedence of the traffic policies depends on the objects to which they are applied: interface/SSID profile > VLAN > system. That is, the traffic policy applied to an interface has the highest priority, whereas the traffic policy applied to the system has the lowest priority. If the traffic policies are applied to an SSID profile and different interfaces, the precedence of the traffic policies is as follows: VLANIF interface > WLAN-ESS interface/SSID profile > sub-interface of physical interface/Eth-Trunk sub-interface > physical interface/Eth-Trunk interface/port group. When different traffic policies are applied in the same view, the precedence of the policies depends on the configuration sequence.
    • For the X series cards: If traffic classification rules in the traffic policies are of different types, only one traffic policy takes effect. The precedence of the traffic policies depends on the objects to which they are applied: interface > VLAN > system. That is, the traffic policy applied to an interface has the highest priority, whereas the traffic policy applied to the system has the lowest priority. If traffic policies are applied to the same object, the traffic policy that contains the traffic classifier with the highest priority takes effect.
    • For other cards except the X series cards: If traffic classification rules in the traffic policies are of different types and the actions do not conflict, all the traffic policies take effect. If actions conflict, the precedence of the traffic policies depends on the precedence of rules in the policies: Layer 2 rule + Layer 3 rule > advanced ACL6 rule > basic ACL6 rule > Layer 3 rule > Layer 2 rule > user-defined ACL rule.

    You are advised to configure traffic policies in descending order of priority; otherwise, traffic policies may not take effect immediately. For details about traffic classification rules, see “Overview of MQC”.

  • If an MQC-based traffic policy and an ACL-based simplified traffic policy matching the same ACL are applied to the same object, the ACL-based simplified traffic policy takes effect.
  • If the ACL rule matches the VPN instance name of packets, the ACL-based traffic policy fails to be delivered.
  • If a traffic policy fails to be applied due to insufficient ACL resources on the switch, you are advised to delete the configuration of the traffic policy. Otherwise, if the configuration is saved and the switch is restarted, configuration of other services that run properly will fail to be restored.
  • If the traffic policy that you want to delete has been applied to the system, an interface, or a VLAN, run the undo traffic-policy command to unbind the traffic policy. Then run the undo traffic policy command in the system view to delete the traffic policy. The traffic policy that is not applied can be deleted directly.
  • On switches in a version earlier than V200R009C00, a traffic policy cannot be applied to a VLANIF interface.

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Static VXLAN deployment for Huawei S7700/S9700 Switch

Huawei Campus Switch includes S1700, S2300, S2700, S3300, S3700, S5300, S5700, S600-E, S6300, S6700, S7700, S7900, S9300, S9300X, S9700, S12700 Series. In this article, HongTelecom will introduce the Static VXLAN deployment for Huawei S7700/S9700 Switch.

VXLAN

Involved Network Elements

Other network elements are not required.

Licensing Requirements

Static VXLAN deployment is a basic feature of a switch and is not under license control. The distributed VXLAN gateway and BGP EVPN functions are enhanced VXLAN functions under license control. To use an enhanced VXLAN function, apply for and purchase the required license from the device dealer.

The BGP EVPN-control license does not control route exchanges between devices. However, it regulates the status of the VXLAN tunnel established using BGP EVPN. If the license is not loaded or is invalid, no VXLAN tunnel can be established using BGP EVPN.

For details about how to apply for a license, see Applying for Licenses in the S7700 and S9700 Series Switches License Usage Guide.

Version Requirements

Table 1 Products and versions supporting VXLAN
SERIES PRODUCT MINIMUM VERSION REQUIRED
S7700 S7703 Not supported
S7706 and S7712 V200R011C10, V200R012C00
S9700 S9703, S9706, and S9712 Not supported
 NOTE:

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Feature Limitations

Only the switches using SRUE, or SRUH main control units support VXLAN.

On a VXLAN network, interfaces can be classified into access-side interfaces and tunnel-side interfaces based on their locations.

  • Access-side interface: is used to connect a traditional network to a VXLAN network. The switch can provide VXLAN network access based on VLANs or traffic encapsulation types. For access based on a VLAN, the access-side interface is a member interface of the VLAN on a switch. For access based on a traffic encapsulation type, the access-side interface is the interface configured with the traffic encapsulation type.
  • Tunnel-side interface: forwards VXLAN packets to a VXLAN tunnel. After VXLAN encapsulation is performed on a switch, the interface performs route iteration based on the destination IP address (IP address of the remote end of the VXLAN tunnel) in the packets. For example, check the VXLAN tunnel and routing table information on the switch. The destination address of the VXLAN tunnel is 10.1.1.1, and the outbound interface of the route whose destination IP address is 10.1.1.1 is GE1/0/1. Therefore, the tunnel-side interface is GE1/0/1.

When a switch functions as a VXLAN tunnel endpoint (VTEP) on a VXLAN network, there must be a tunnel-side interface. Therefore, a card that supports tunnel-side interfaces must be installed on the switch and the tunnel-side interface must reside on the card. Only the interfaces on the X series cards can function as tunnel-side interfaces. If both access-side interfaces and tunnel-side interfaces exist, the cards providing access-side interfaces and those providing tunnel-side interfaces must meet the following mapping requirements:

ACCESS-SIDE TUNNEL-SIDE REMARKS
X series card X series card In this networking scenario, if an inter-card Eth-Trunk is deployed on the tunnel-side, all Eth-Trunk member interfaces must be able to work as tunnel interfaces. Otherwise, VXLAN packets cannot be forwarded on the Eth-Trunk functioning as a tunnel-side interface.
EA or EC series card X series card
  • In this networking scenario, if an inter-card Eth-Trunk is deployed on the tunnel-side, all Eth-Trunk member interfaces must be able to work as tunnel interfaces. Otherwise, VXLAN packets cannot be forwarded on the Eth-Trunk functioning as a tunnel-side interface.
  • In this networking scenario, the card on the access-side cannot function as a VXLAN Layer 3 gateway, and therefore cannot forward user-sent traffic that needs to be routed over VXLAN Layer 3.
  • In this networking scenario, if the access-side interface is also used as an inbound interface of multicast flows, multicast data cannot be forwarded properly.
B, F, SC, EE series card of the S7700 X series card
Be aware of the following when deploying the access-side of VXLAN on the switch:

  • When the encapsulation type of a VXLAN Layer 2 sub-interface is qinq or dot1q, the role of a switch in the VCMP domain cannot be client. Run the vcmp role { server | silent | transparent } command to set the switch to another role or run the vcmp disable command to disable VCMP on the interface.
  • The TPID value for the outer VLAN tag of QinQ packets configured on a VXLAN access-side interface does not take effect on packets entering the VXLAN network.
  • If the VXLAN access-side interface is a Layer 2 sub-interface and its encapsulation type is default, it can only communicate with a Layer 2 sub-interface of the encapsulation type default.
Be aware of the following when deploying the tunnel-side of VXLAN on the switch:

  • The switch does not support VXLAN over MPLS LSP tunnel. If VXLAN packets received from a peer are encapsulated by MPLS, the VTEP fails to decapsulate the packets.
  • The switch does not support VXLAN over GRE tunnel. If VXLAN packets received from a peer are encapsulated by GRE, the VTEP fails to decapsulate the packets.
  • If a VXLAN Network Identifier (VNI) has been created on the switch but not bound to VXLAN tunnels, the switch can still encapsulate and decapsulate VXLAN packets received from peers. However, the virtual tunnel end point (VTEP) access service is implemented in only one direction, but service transmission is abnormal.
  • The maximum transmission unit (MTU) determines the maximum number of bytes that can be sent by a device at a time. When a packet enters a VXLAN tunnel, 50 bytes are added to the packet. The switch importing traffic to a VXLAN tunnel cannot fragment packets. Instead, it normally forwards the packet even if the packet size exceeds the interface MTU.
Be aware of the following when deploying VXLAN on the switch in other situations:

  • If a card fails to deliver entries during the VXLAN tunnel establishment due to a hash conflict, the alarm ADPVXLAN_1.3.6.1.4.1.2011.5.25.227.2.1.42 hwVxlanTnlCfgFailed is triggered. To solve the problem, you are advised to adjust VNI IDs and re-configure VXLAN tunnels.
  • In V200R011C10, when an inter-card Eth-Trunk interface is created, it is recommended that you do not bind different Layer 2 VXLAN sub-interfaces of the Eth-Trunk interface to the same BD. Otherwise, Layer 2 unicast services may fail to be forwarded between the Layer 2 sub-interfaces. In addition, you are not advised to configure the Eth-Trunk interface at the tunnel side and the access side simultaneously in this scenario. Otherwise, Layer 2 unicast services may fail to be forwarded between the tunnel side and the access side.
  • In a distributed VXLAN gateway scenario, VXLAN Layer 2 wireless user roaming is supported if the user access VLANs and BD domains of the user access devices are consistent before and after user roaming.
  • In VXLAN scenarios, do not advertise routes destined for the local VTEP address to the peer end of a VXLAN tunnel through a VBDIF interface during route configuration. Otherwise, the next hop of the remote VTEP address of the VXLAN tunnel may be the VBDIF interface on the ingress of the tunnel, causing a loop on the device.
  • If the DHCP relay function is to be deployed in a distributed VXLAN gateway scenario, fixed switches are generally used as aggregation switches. The aggregation switches are configured as distributed VXLAN gateways on which the DHCP relay function is deployed. As routes are randomly selected for load balancing, response packets sent by the DHCP server may be centrally sent to a single user gateway for relay. If the number of BDs is too small or users are unevenly distributed in BDs, the DHCP server may send a large number of response packets to a gateway. As a result, the rate of received packets exceeds the CAR value on the gateway, affecting the rate at which users obtain IP addresses. Therefore, you are advised to take the following measures when there are too many users:

    • In a distributed VXLAN gateway scenario, the rate of concurrent online users (including wired and wireless users) on each aggregation switch depends on the number of aggregation switches. As the number of aggregation switches increases, the rate of concurrent online users on each aggregation switch decreases linearly. The following table provides sample data to describe the maximum rate of concurrent online users on each aggregation switch (S5730HI or S6720HI) with different numbers of aggregation switches.

      NUMBER OF AGGREGATION SWITCHES MAXIMUM RATE OF CONCURRENT ONLINE USERS ON EACH AGGREGATION SWITCH
      Less than or equal to 30 Not limited
      32 25 users per second
      48 15 users per second
      64 5 users per second

      If the S5720HI, S6720EI, or S6720S-EI switches are used as aggregation switches, users on an S5720HI include both wired and wireless users, and users on an S6720EI or S6720S-EI include only wired users. The maximum rate of concurrent online users on each S6720EI or S6720S-EI is 5 users per second.

      To ensure that the user online rate meets the preceding requirements, you can configure the CAR value for packets of the dhcp-server type on aggregation switches. When configuring the CAR value for packets of the dhcp-server type, obey the following formula between the value of cir_value (committed information rate) and the rate of concurrent online users: Rate of concurrent online users = cir_value x 1024/400/8. Assume that the rate of concurrent online users is 5 users per second. The value of cir_value is then calculated as 16, and the DHCP rate limit is configured as follows:

      <HUAWEI> system-view
      [HUAWEI] cpu-defend-policy policy1
      [HUAWEI-cpu-defend-policy-policy1] car packet-type dhcp-server cir 16
      [HUAWEI-cpu-defend-policy-policy1] quit
      [HUAWEI] cpu-defend-policy policy1
      [HUAWEI] cpu-defend-policy policy1 global
      
    • Run the car packet-type packet-type cir cir-value [ cbs cbs-value ] command to increase the CAR value for packets with the packet type being dhcp-client. You can run the display cpu-defend configuration command to view the CAR value for packets. Improper CAR settings affect services on your network. If you need to adjust CAR settings, you are advised to contact technical support personnel for help.
    • Allocate users to different BDs evenly and ensure that the number of BDs is not less than the number of gateway devices. This configuration increases the number of routes involved in route selection, so that the response packets sent by the DHCP server are evenly load balanced among distributed gateway devices.
    • During configuration planning, allocate users to different BDs evenly if possible. The VLAN pool mode is recommended for wireless users, and the number of associated VLANs in each BD must be the same. In this way, users are allocated to different BDs evenly.
    • When planning the IP addresses of distributed gateways, use the first IP addresses of contiguous address segments if possible. This increases the dispersion of hash calculation results during load balancing.
  • When the DHCP relay function is configured on distributed gateways in a distributed VXLAN gateway scenario, you need to run the auto-port-defend whitelist whitelist-number interfaceinterface-type interface-number command to add the tunnel-side interface to the whitelist for port attack defense.

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Link Aggregation of Ethernet Switching for Huawei S7700/S9700 Switch

Huawei Campus Switch includes S1700, S2300, S2700, S3300, S3700, S5300, S5700, S600-E, S6300, S6700, S7700, S7900, S9300, S9300X, S9700, S12700 Series. In this article, HongTelecom will introduce the Link Aggregation of Ethernet Switching for Huawei S7700/S9700 Switch.

Link Aggregation

Involved Network Elements

Other network elements are not required.

Licensing Requirements

Ethernet link aggregation is a basic feature of a switch and is not under license control.

Version Requirements

Table 1 Products and versions supporting link aggregation
PRODUCT PRODUCT MODEL SOFTWARE VERSION
S7700 S7703, S7706, S7712 V100R003C01, V100R006C00, V200R001(C00&C01), V200R002C00, V200R003C00, V200R005C00, V200R006C00, V200R007C00, V200R008C00, V200R009C00, V200R010C00, V200R011C10, V200R012C00
S9700 S9703, S9706, S9712 V200R001(C00&C01), V200R002C00, V200R003C00, V200R005C00, V200R006C00, V200R007(C00&C10), V200R008C00, V200R009C00, V200R010C00, V200R011C10, V200R012C00
 NOTE:

For details about software mappings, visit Hardware Query Tool and search for the desired product model.

Feature Limitations

Configuration Notes Before an Eth-Trunk Is Configured

  • You can run the assign trunk { trunk-group group-number | trunk-member member-number }* command to configure the maximum number of Eth-Trunks and maximum number of member interfaces in each Eth-Trunk only when cards with Eth-Trunk specification extension are installed on the switch. For details, see the description of the assign trunk command in “Ethernet Switching Configuration Commands” in the Command Reference of the corresponding version. After the configuration, you can run the display trunk configuration command to check the default specifications of the maximum number of Eth-Trunks that are supported and maximum number of member interfaces in each Eth-Trunk, current specifications, and configured specifications.

    NOTE:

    • If cards without Eth-Trunk specification extension are installed on the switch, this command cannot be run to change the maximum number of Eth-Trunks that are supported and maximum number of member interfaces in each Eth-Trunk. In this case, the switch supports a maximum of 128 Eth-Trunks with each Eth-Trunk supporting a maximum of eight member interfaces in each Eth-Trunk.
    • Cards are classified into cards with and without Eth-Trunk specification extension depending on the support for the assign trunk command. Cards with Eth-Trunk specification extension are as follows and other cards do not support Eth-Trunk specification extension:
      • S7700: FC series, SC series, EE series, and X series cards
      • S9700: FC series, SC series, EE series, X series, ET1D2X48SEC0, and EH1D2X48SEC0 cards
  • Member interfaces cannot be configured with some services or static MAC address entries. For example, when an interface is added to an Eth-Trunk, the interface must use the default link type.
  • Do not configure any member port of an Eth-Trunk as an observing port. If you must do so, ensure that the bandwidth of service traffic on this port and the bandwidth occupied by the mirrored traffic do not exceed the bandwidth limit of the port.
  • Member interfaces of an Eth-Trunk cannot be an Eth-Trunk.
  • In versions earlier than V200R011C10, interfaces with different rates cannot join the same Eth-Trunk. In V200R011C10 and later versions, interfaces with different rates can temporarily join the same Eth-Trunk by running the mixed-rate link enable command.
  • When an Eth-Trunk performs load balancing calculation, the interface rate cannot be used as the calculation weight. When interfaces with different rates are added to the same Eth-Trunk, traffic is evenly load balanced among all the links. Therefore, the bandwidth of member interfaces is calculated by the minimum rate of the member interfaces in the Eth-Trunk. For example, when a GE interface and a 10GE interface are added to the same Eth-Trunk, the rate of the GE interface is used in calculation and the bandwidth of the Eth-Trunk is 2G.
  • Both devices of the Eth-Trunk must use the same number of physical interfaces, interface rate, duplex mode, and flow control mode.
  • If an interface of the local device is added to an Eth-Trunk, an interface of the remote device directly connected to the interface of the local device must also be added to the Eth-Trunk. Otherwise, communication between the two devices will fail.
  • Both devices of an Eth-Trunk must use the same link aggregation mode.
  • In V200R008 and earlier versions, the assign trunk command fails to be executed on the device enabled with SVF, and Eth-Trunk specifications can only use the default settings.
  • When the number of active interfaces falls below the lower threshold, the Eth-Trunk goes Down. This ensures that the Eth-Trunk has a minimum available bandwidth.
  • Before the software version V100R006 is upgraded to any version in the range from V200R001 to V200R011C10, ensure that no Eth-Trunk is established across an ES1D2X40SFC0/ES1D2X16SFC0 board and a non-ES1D2X40SFC0/ES1D2X16SFC0 board. If such an Eth-Trunk exists, traffic forwarding may fail on the Eth-Trunk after the upgrade.

In the following scenarios, there are other configuration notes in addition to the preceding ones.

Table 2 Configuration notes in different scenarios
USAGE SCENARIO PRECAUTION
Switches Are Connected Across a Transmission Device
  • The switches at both ends must use link aggregation in LACP mode.
  • The transmission device between the switches must be configured to transparently transmit LACPDUs.
Switches Connect to Transmission Devices
  • The link aggregation mode on the transmission device must be the same as that of the switch. Configure the transmission device according to its operation guide.
A Switch Connects to a Server
  • Network adapters of the server must be of the same type.
  • The link aggregation modes on the server and access device must be consistent.For example, if an Intel network adapter is used, a server often uses static or IEEE 802.3ad dynamic link aggregation. When the server uses static link aggregation, the access device must use the manual mode. When the server uses IEEE 802.3ad dynamic link aggregation, the access device must use the LACP mode.
  • When a server needs to obtain the configuration file from the remote file server through a switch and link aggregation needs to be used, run the lacp force-forward command on the Eth—Trunk of the switch.
Switches Are Connected Through Inter-card Link Aggregation
Interfaces on different cards of a switch can join the same Eth-Trunk, that is, inter-card Eth-Trunk. Interfaces on cards without Eth-Trunk specification extension can constitute an inter-card Eth-Trunk. Before interfaces on a card with Eth-Trunk specification extension and interfaces on another card constitute an inter-card Eth-Trunk, use the eth-trunk load-balance hash-mode command to configure the hash mode for the card with Eth-Trunk specification extension.

  • When interfaces on different cards with Eth-Trunk specification extension form an Eth-Trunk, ensure that the cards use the same hash mode.
  • When interfaces on the card with Eth-Trunk specification extension form an Eth-Trunk with interfaces on the card without Eth-Trunk specification extension, configure the normal hash mode on the card with Eth-Trunk specification extension.

In earlier versions of V200R010C00, only X series cards among cards with Eth-Trunk specification extension support the hash mode configuration. The hash mode on other cards with Eth-Trunk specification extension has a fixed value of advance. In V200R010C00 and later versions, interfaces on only X series cards among cards with Eth-Trunk specification extension can form Eth-Trunks with interfaces on cards without Eth-Trunk specification extension. Interfaces on other cards with Eth-Trunk specification extension cannot form Eth-Trunks with interfaces on cards without Eth-Trunk specification extension.

In V200R010C00 and later versions, cards with Eth-Trunk specification extension support the hash mode configuration. When the hash mode on a card with Eth-Trunk specification extension is set to normal, interfaces on the card with Eth-Trunk specification extension can form an Eth-Trunk with interfaces on the card without Eth-Trunk specification extension.

Configuration Notes After an Eth-Trunk Is Configured

  • An Ethernet interface can be added to only one Eth-Trunk. To add an Ethernet interface to another Eth-Trunk, delete it from the original one first.
  • After an interface is added to an Eth-Trunk, the Eth-Trunk learns MAC address entries or ARP entries, but the member interface does not.
  • Before deleting an Eth-Trunk, delete member interfaces from the Eth-Trunk.

SpecificationsLink aggregation mode:

  • Manual
  • LACPIf both devices support LACP, link aggregation in LACP mode is recommended.

Link aggregation modes supported by the device:

  • Intra-card: Member interfaces of an Eth-Trunk are located on the same card.
  • Inter-card: Member interfaces of an Eth-Trunk are located on different cards.
  • Inter-chassis: Member interfaces of an Eth-Trunk are located on member devices of a CSS. For details, see Link Aggregation in CSS Scenarios.
  • Inter-device: The inter-device link aggregation refers to E-Trunk. E-Trunk allows links between multiple devices to be aggregated using LACP. For details, see E-Trunk.

Load balancing modes supported by the device:

To prevent data packet mis-sequencing, an Eth-Trunk uses flow-based load balancing.

You can use the following load balancing modes based on actual networking:

  • Source MAC addresses of data frames
  • Destination MAC addresses of data frames
  • Source IP addresses of data frames
  • Destination IP addresses of data frames
  • Exclusive-Or result of source and destination MAC addresses of data frames
  • Exclusive-Or result of source and destination IP addresses of data frames
  • (Enhanced load balancing) VLAN IDs and source physical interface numbers for Layer 2, IPv4, IPv6, and MPLS data frames

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Huawei S9700 Switch Card Types

Huawei Campus Switch includes S1700, S2300, S2700, S3300, S3700, S5300, S5700, S600-E, S6300, S6700, S7700, S7900, S9300, S9300X, S9700, S12700 Series. In this article, HongTelecom will introduce the Huawei S9700 Switch Card Types.

S9700 Card Types

The following describe the different types of Line Processing Units (LPUs):

  • The S series includes SA and SC interface cards, for example, 24-port 100M/1000M BASE-X interface card (SA, SFP).
  • The E series includes EA, EC, ED, and EE interface cards, for example, 48-port 100M BASE-X interface card (EA, SFP).
  • The F series includes FA and FC interface cards, for example, 48-port 1000M BASE-T interface card (FA, RJ45).
  • The B series has BC interface cards, for example, 48-port 100M/1000M BASE-X interface card (BC, SFP).
  • The X series includes X1E, X2E, X2S, X2H, X5E, X5H, and X5S interface cards, for example, 48-port 10/100/1000BASE-T interface card (X1E, RJ45).
  • The POS interface cards include a WAN interface service processing card and its subcards P4CF, P4HF, and P1UF.
  • All the S9700 cards comply with the FCC standards except the EH1D2SRUDC00, EH1D2X02XEA0, EH1D2X02XEC0, EH1D2X04XEA0, EH1D2X04XEC0, EH1D2X04XED0, EH1D2X12SSA0, and EH1D2X08SED4.
  • The FCC-certified cards must be used with the FCC-certified chassis.

Table 1 lists the cards supported by the S9700.

 NOTE:

The cards supported by a switch depend on the software version. For details, see Hardware Query Tool.

Table 1 Cards supported by the S9700
Card Type Card Name Card Description Card Series Supported Version Maximum Power Consumption Weight Part Number

Main control unit

EH1D2SRUC000 S9706/S9712 Main Control Unit C (optional clock) S9703 chassis: not supported

S9706 and S9712 chassis: supported in V200R003C00 and later versions

132 W (including subcards) 3.30 kg (7.28 lb) 03021UWG
Main control unit EH1D2SRUDC00 S9706/S9712 Main Control Unit D (optional clock) S9703 chassis: not supported

S9706 and S9712 chassis: supported in V200R001C00 and later versions

180 W (including subcards) 2.90 kg (6.39 lb) 03030NXR
Main control unit EH1D2SRUDC01 S9706/S9712 Main Control Unit D (optional clock) – FCC S9703 chassis: not supported

S9706 and S9712 chassis: supported in V200R001C00 and later versions

180 W (including subcards) 2.90 kg (6.39 lb) 03030PHA
Main control unit EH1D2MCUAC00 Main Control Unit A (optional clock) S9703 chassis: supported in V200R001C00 and later versions

S9706 and S9712 chassis: not supported

26 W (including subcards) 0.92 kg (2.03 lb) 03030NWA
Subcard on the main control unit LE0D00CKMA00 Clock Pinch Board Supported in V200R001C00 and later versions 6 W 0.10 kg (0.22 lb) 03020PPT
Subcard on the main control unit EH1D2VS08000 8-port 10G Cluster Switching System Service Unit (SFP+) S9703 chassis: not supported

S9706 and S9712 chassis: supported in V200R003C00 and later versions

30 W 0.50 kg (1.10 lb) 03021UWH
Monitoring unit EH1D200CMU00 Centralized Monitoring Unit S9703 chassis: not supported

S9706 and S9712 chassis: supported in V200R001C00 and later versions

1 W 0.22 kg (0.48 lb) 03030NWB
Value-added service card LE0D0VAMPA00 Value-added service card This module is supported in V200R001C00 to V200R008C00 (except in V200R007C10). 120 W 3.10 kg (6.83 lb) 03020RRN
OSPU EH1D2PS00P00 Open Service Platform Unit This module is supported in V200R002C00 and later versions (except in V200R007C10). 137.5 W 5.50 kg (12.13 lb) 03021PHK

100M interface card

EH1D2F48TEA0 48-port 10/100BASE-T interface card (EA, RJ45) EA Supported in V200R001C00 and later versions 59 W 2.50 kg (5.51 lb) 03030NWP
100M interface card EH1D2F48TEC0 48-port 10/100BASE-T interface card (EC, RJ45) EC Supported in V200R001C00 and later versions 70 W 2.62 kg (5.78 lb) 03030NWQ
100M interface card EH1D2F48TFA0 48-Port 10/100BASE-T Interface Card (FA, RJ45) FA Supported only in V200R001C00, V200R002C00, and V200R003C00 40 W 2.30 kg (5.07 lb) 03030NXF
100M interface card EH1D2F48SEA0 48-port 100BASE-X interface card (EA, SFP) EA Supported in V200R001C00 and later versions 64 W 2.54 kg (5.60 lb) 03030NWJ
100M interface card EH1D2F48SEC0 48-port 100BASE-X interface card (EC, SFP) EC Supported in V200R001C00 and later versions 76 W 2.66 kg (5.86 lb) 03030NWK

1000M interface card

EH1D2G24SSA0 24-Port 100/1000BASE-X Interface Card (SA, SFP) SA Supported only in V200R001C00, V200R002C00, and V200R003C00 45 W 2.22 kg (4.89 lb) 03030NWV
1000M interface card EH1D2G24SEC0 24-port 100/1000BASE-X interface card (EC, SFP) EC Supported in V200R001C00 and later versions 63 W 2.66 kg (5.86 lb) 03030NWG
1000M interface card EH1D2G24SED0 24-port 100/1000BASE-X interface card (ED, SFP) ED Supported in V200R001C00 and later versions 75 W 2.66 kg (5.86 lb) 03030NWH
1000M interface card ET1D2G24SX5E 24-Port 100/1000BASE-X Interface Card (X5E, SFP) X5E Supported in V200R013C00 and later versions 84 W 2.82 kg (6.22 lb) 03032YEB
1000M interface card EH1D2S24CSA0 24-Port 100/1000BASE-X and 8-Port 10/100/1000BASE-T Combo Interface Card (SA, SFP/RJ45) SA Supported only in V200R001C00, V200R002C00, and V200R003C00 67 W 2.26 kg (5.86 lb) 03030NWW
1000M interface card EH1D2S24CEA0 24-port 100/1000BASE-X and 8-port 10/100/1000BASE-T combo interface card (EA, SFP/RJ45) EA Supported in V200R001C00 and later versions 70 W 2.70 kg (5.95 lb) 03030NXD
1000M interface card EH1D2T36SEA0 36-port 10/100/1000BASE-T and 12-port 100/1000BASE-X interface card (EA, RJ45/SFP) EA Supported in V200R001C00 and later versions 62 W 2.50 kg (5.51 lb) 03030NXE
1000M interface card EH1D2G24TFA0 24-port 10/100/1000BASE-T interface card (FA, RJ45) FA Supported in V200R001C00 and later versions 32 W 2.20 kg (4.85 lb) 03030NXL
1000M interface card EH1D2G48TEA0 48-port 10/100/1000BASE-T interface card (EA, RJ45) EA Supported in V200R001C00 and later versions 62 W 2.50 kg (5.51 lb) 03030NWL
1000M interface card EH1D2G48TEC0 48-port 10/100/1000BASE-T interface card (EC, RJ45) EC Supported in V200R001C00 and later versions 68 W 2.62 kg (5.78 lb) 03030NWM
1000M interface card EH1D2G48TED0 48-port 10/100/1000BASE-T interface card (ED, RJ45) ED Supported in V200R001C00 and later versions 98 W 2.62 kg (5.78 lb) 03030NWN
1000M interface card EH1D2G48TFA0 48-port 10/100/1000BASE-T interface card (FA, RJ45) FA Supported in V200R001C00 and later versions 48 W 2.50 kg (5.51 lb) 03030NXH
1000M interface card EH1D2G48TX1E 48-port 10/100/1000BASE-T interface card (X1E, RJ45) X1E Supported in V200R005C00 and later versions 120 W 2.92 kg (6.44 lb) 03030RPK
1000M interface card EH1D2G48TBC0 48-port 10/100/1000BASE-T interface card (BC, RJ45) BC Supported in V200R001C00 and later versions 160 W 2.90 kg (6.39 lb) 03030NXK
1000M interface card ET1D2G48TX5E 48-port 100/1000BASE-T interface card (X5E, RJ45) X5E Supported in V200R013C00 and later versions 60 W 3.06 kg (6.75 lb) 03032WSL
1000M interface card ET1D2G48TX5H 48-port 100/1000BASE-T interface card (X5H, RJ45) X5H Supported in V200R013C00 and later versions 107 W 3.3 kg (7.28 lb) 03032WSK
1000M interface card ET1D2G48TX5S 48-port 100/1000BASE-T interface card (X5S, RJ45) X5S Supported in V200R013C00 and later versions 60 W 3.06 kg (6.75 lb) 03032WSG
1000M interface card EH1D2G48SEA0 48-port 100/1000BASE-X interface card (EA, SFP) EA Supported in V200R001C00 and later versions 75 W 2.54 kg (5.60 lb) 03030NWD
1000M interface card EH1D2G48SEC0 48-port 100/1000BASE-X interface card (EC, SFP) EC Supported in V200R001C00 and later versions 92 W 2.66 kg (5.86 lb) 03030NWE
1000M interface card EH1D2G48SED0 48-port 100/1000BASE-X interface card (ED, SFP) ED Supported in V200R001C00 and later versions 110 W 2.66 kg (5.86 lb) 03030NWF
1000M interface card EH1D2G48SFA0 48-port 100/1000BASE-X interface card (FA, SFP) FA Supported in V200R001C00 and later versions 65 W 2.60 kg (5.73 lb) 03030NXG
1000M interface card EH1D2G48SBC0 48-port 100/1000BASE-X interface card (BC, SFP) BC Supported in V200R001C00 and later versions 185 W 2.90 kg (6.39 lb) 03030NXJ
1000M interface card EH1D2G48SX1E 48-port 100/1000BASE-X interface card (X1E, SFP) X1E Supported in V200R005C00 and later versions 140 W 3.04 kg (6.70 lb) 03030RPJ
1000M interface card ET1D2G48TEA0 48-Port 10/100/1000BASE-T Interface Card (EA, RJ45) EA Supported in V200R012C00 and later versions 62W 2.50kg 03030SGN
1000M interface card ET1D2T36SEA0 36-Port 10/100/1000BASE-T and 12-Port 100/1000BASE-X Interface Card (EA, RJ45/SFP) EA Supported in V200R012C00 and later versions 62W 2.50kg 03030SGX
1000M interface card ET1D2G48SEA0 48-Port 100/1000BASE-X Interface Card (EA, SFP) EA Supported in V200R012C00 and later versions 75W 2.54kg 03030SGH
1000M interface card ET1D2G24SEC0 24-Port 100/1000BASE-X Interface Card (EC, SFP) EC Supported in V200R012C00 and later versions 63W 2.66kg 03030SGL
1000M interface card ET1D2G48TEC0 48-Port 10/100/1000BASE-T Interface Card (EC, RJ45) EC Supported in V200R012C00 and later versions 68W 2.66kg 03030SGP
1000M interface card ET1D2G48SEC0 48-Port 100/1000BASE-X Interface Card (EC, SFP) EC Supported in V200R012C00 and later versions 92W 2.66kg 03030SGJ
1000M interface card ET1D2G48SX1E 48-Port 100/1000BASE-X Interface Card (X1E, SFP) X1E Supported in V200R012C00 and later versions 140W 3.04kg 03030SGD
1000M interface card ET1D2G48TX1E 48-Port 10/100/1000BASE-T Interface Card (X1E, RJ45) X1E Supported in V200R012C00 and later versions 120W 2.92kg 03030SGE
1000M interface card ET1D2G48SX5E 48-Port 100/1000BASE-X Interface Card (X5E, SFP) X5E Supported in V200R013C00 and later versions 110 W 3.1 kg (6.83 lb) 03032WSU
1000M interface card ET1D2G48SX5H 48-Port 100/1000BASE-X Interface Card (X5H, SFP) X5H Supported in V200R013C00 and later versions 162 W 3.3 kg (7.28 lb) 03032WSX
1000M interface card ET1D2G48SX5S 48-Port 100/1000BASE-X Interface Card (X5S, SFP) X5S Supported in V200R013C00 and later versions 110 W 3.1 kg (6.83 lb) 03032WSS

GE/10GE interface card

EH1D2T24XEA0 24-port 10/100/1000BASE-T and 2-port 10GBASE-X interface card (EA, RJ45/XFP) EA Supported in V200R001C00 and later versions 53 W 2.30 kg (5.07 lb) 03030NWY
GE/10GE interface card EH1D2S24XEA0 24-port 100/1000BASE-X and 2-port 10GBASE-X interface card (EA, SFP/XFP) EA Supported in V200R001C00 and later versions 65 W 2.40 kg (5.29 lb) 03030NXA
GE/10GE interface card EH1D2S24XEC0 24-port 100/1000BASE-X and 2-port 10GBASE-X interface card (EC, SFP/XFP) EC Supported in V200R001C00 and later versions 81 W 2.50 kg (5.51 lb) 03030NXN
GE/10GE interface card EH1D2S04SX1E 4-port 10GBASE-X and 24-port 100/1000BASE-X and 8-port 10/100/1000BASE-T combo interface card (X1E, RJ45/SFP/SFP+) X1E Supported in V200R005C00 and later versions 130 W 2.88 kg (6.35 lb) 03030RPL
GE/10GE interface card ET1D2S04SX5E 4-port 10GE SFP+ and 44-port GE SFP interface card (X5E, SFP+) X5E Supported in V200R013C00 and later versions 124 W 3.1 kg (6.83 lb) 03032YEA
GE/10GE interface card EH1D2S08SX1E 8-port 10GBASE-X and 8-port 100/1000BASE-X and 8-port 10/100/1000BASE-T combo interface card (X1E, RJ45/SFP/SFP+) X1E Supported in V200R005C00 and later versions 130 W 2.84 kg (6.26 lb) 03030RPM
GE/10GE interface card ET1D2S24SX2E 24-Port 10GE SFP+ Interface and 8-Port GE SFP Interface Card (X2E, SFP+) X2E Supported in V200R010C00 and later versions 201.8 W 3.3 kg (7.28 lb) 03031YGJ
GE/10GE interface card ET1D2S24SX2S 24-Port 10GE SFP+ Interface and 8-Port GE SFP Interface Card (X2S, SFP+) X2S Supported in V200R010C00 and later versions 192.3 W 3.2 kg (7.05 lb) 03031YGG
GE/10GE interface card ET1D2S16SX2E 16-Port 10GE SFP+ Interface and 16-Port GE SFP Interface Card (X2E, SFP+) X2E Supported in V200R010C00 and later versions 192.4 W 3.3 kg (7.28 lb) 03031YGL
GE/10GE interface card ET1D2S16SX2S 16-Port 10GE SFP+ Interface and 16-Port GE SFP Interface Card (X2S, SFP+) X2S Supported in V200R010C00 and later versions 182.4 W 3.2 kg (7.05 lb) 03031YGK
GE/10GE interface card ET1D2S04SX1E 4-Port 10GBASE-X and 24-Port 100/1000BASE-X and 8-Port 10/100/1000BASE-T Combo Interface Card (X1E, RJ45/SFP/SFP+) X1E Supported in V200R012C00 and later versions 130 W 2.88 kg 03030SGF
GE/10GE interface card ET1D2S08SX1E 8-Port 10GBASE-X and 8-Port 100/1000BASE-X and 8-Port 10/100/1000BASE-T Combo Interface Card (X1E, RJ45/SFP/SFP+) X1E Supported in V200R012C00 and later versions 130 W 2.84 kg 03030SGG

10GE interface card

EH1D2X02XEA0 2-port 10GBASE-X interface card (EA, XFP) EA Supported in V200R001C00 and later versions 52 W 2.14 kg (4.72 lb) 03030NWT
10GE interface card EH1D2X02XEC0 2-port 10GBASE-X interface card (EC, XFP) EC Supported in V200R001C00 and later versions 61 W 2.26 kg (4.98 lb) 03030NWU
10GE interface card EH1D2X02XEC1 2-port 10GBASE-X interface card (EC, XFP), FCC EC Supported in V200R003C00 and later versions 61 W 2.26 kg (4.98 lb) 03030RCU
10GE interface card EH1D2X04XEA0 4-port 10GBASE-X interface card (EA, XFP) EA Supported in V200R001C00 and later versions 64 W 2.16 kg (4.76 lb) 03030NWR
10GE interface card EH1D2X04XEC0 4-port 10GBASE-X interface card (EC, XFP) EC Supported in V200R001C00 and later versions 75 W 2.28 kg (5.03 lb) 03030NWS
10GE interface card EH1D2X04XEC1 4-port 10GBASE-X interface card (EC, XFP), FCC EC Supported in V200R003C00 and later versions 75 W 2.28 kg (5.03 lb) 03030RCW
10GE interface card EH1D2X04XED0 4-port 10GBASE-X interface card (ED, XFP) ED Supported in V200R001C00 and later versions 93 W 2.30 kg (5.07 lb) 03030NXC
10GE interface card EH1D2X08SED4 8-port 10GBASE-X interface card (ED, SFP+) ED Supported in V200R002C00 and later versions 198.1 W 2.50 kg (5.51 lb) 03021TJE
10GE interface card EH1D2X08SED5 8-port 10GBASE-X interface card (ED, SFP+) ED Supported in V200R002C00 and later versions 198.1 W 2.50 kg (5.51 lb) 03021TJF
10GE interface card ET1D2X08SX5E 8-Port 10GBASE-X Interface Card (X5E, SFP+) X5E Supported in V200R013C00 and later versions 78 W 2.7 kg (5.95 lb) 03032WTF
10GE interface card ET1D2X08SX5H 8-Port 10GBASE-X Interface Card (X5H, SFP+) X5H Supported in V200R013C00 and later versions 130 W 2.94 kg (6.48 lb) 03032WTH
10GE interface card EH1D2X12SSA0 12-port 10GBASE-X interface card (SA, SFP+) SA Supported in V200R001C00 and later versions 85 W 2.30 kg (5.07 lb) 03030NWX
10GE interface card EH1D2X16SFC0 16-port 10GBASE-X interface card (FC, SFP+) FC Supported in V200R001C00 and later versions 150 W 2.60 kg (5.73 lb) 03030NXP
10GE interface card EH1D2X16SSC2 16-port 10GBASE-X interface card (SC, SFP+) SC Supported in V200R008C00 and later versions 131 W 2.80 kg (6.17 lb) 03031HGP
10GE interface card EH1D2X32SSC0 32-port 10GBASE-X interface card (SC, SFP+) SC Supported in V200R008C00 and later versions 207 W 3.02 kg (6.66 lb) 03031FSP
10GE interface card ET1D2X32SX2E 32-Port 10GBASE-X Interface Card (X2E, SFP+) X2E Supported in V200R010C00 and later versions 213.7 W 3.3 kg (7.28 lb) 03031WHS
10GE interface card ET1D2X32SX2S 32-Port 10GBASE-X Interface Card (X2S, SFP+) X2S Supported in V200R010C00 and later versions 203.3 W 3.2 kg (7.05 lb) 03031YGE
10GE interface card ET1D2X32SX2H 32-Port 10GBASE-X Interface Card (X2H, SFP+) X2H Supported in V200R010C00 and later versions 214.9 W 3.3 kg (7.28 lb) 03032AUQ
10GE interface card EH1D2X40SFC0 40-port 10GBASE-X interface card (FC, SFP+) FC Supported in V200R001C00 and later versions 183 W 2.90 kg (6.39 lb) 03030NXM
10GE interface card EH1D2X48SEC0 48-port 10GBASE-X interface card (EC, SFP+) EC Supported in V200R005C00 and later versions 300 W 3.42 kg (7.54 lb) 03030RPH
10GE interface card ET1D2X48SX2S 48-Port 10GBASE-X Interface Card (X2S, SFP+) X2S Supported in V200R010C00 and later versions 258.1 W 3.4 kg (7.50 lb) 03031WJA
10GE interface card ET1D2X12SSA0* 12-Port 10GBASE-X Interface Card (SA, SFP+) SA Supported in V200R012C00 and later versions 85W 2.30kg 03030SGY
10GE interface card ET1D2X32SSC0* 32-Port 10GBASE-X Interface Card (SC, SFP+) SC Supported in V200R012C00 and later versions 207W 3.02kg 03031FSM
10GE interface card ET1D2X16SSC2* 16-Port 10GBASE-X Interface Card (SC, SFP+) SC Supported in V200R012C00 and later versions 131W 2.80kg 03031HGN
10GE interface card ET1D2X16SSC0* 16-Port 10GBASE-X Interface Card (SC, SFP+) SC Supported in V200R012C00 and later versions 150W 2.60kg 03030SHB
10GE interface card ET1D2X04XEA0* 4-Port 10GBASE-X Interface Card (EA, XFP) EA Supported in V200R012C00 and later versions 64W 2.16kg 03030SGR
10GE interface card ET1D2X04XEC1* 4-Port 10GBASE-X Interface Card (EC, XFP) EC Supported in V200R012C00 and later versions 75W 2.28kg 03030SGS
10GE interface card ET1D2X48SEC0* 48-Port 10GBASE-X Interface Card (EC, SFP+) EC Supported in V200R012C00 and later versions 300W 3.42kg 03030SGC

40GE interface card

EH1D2L02QFC0 2-port 40GBASE-X optical interface card (FC, QSFP+) FC Supported in V200R002C00 and later versions 88 W 2.50 kg (5.51 lb) 03021RNK
40GE interface card EH1D2L08QFC0 8-port 40GBASE-X interface card (FC, QSFP+) FC Supported in V200R002C00 and later versions 157.2 W 2.80 kg (6.17 lb) 03021PHM
40GE interface card EH1D2L08QX2E 8-Port 40GBASE-X Interface Card (X2E, QSFP+) X2E Supported in V200R010C00 and later versions 178.4 W 3.0 kg (6.61 lb) 03031WAS
40GE interface card ET1D2L02QSC0 2-Port 40GBASE-X Interface Card (SC, QSFP+) SC Supported in V200R012C00 and later versions 88W 2.50kg 03030SHE
40GE interface card ET1D2L08QSC0 8-Port 40GBASE-X Interface Card (SC, QSFP+) SC Supported in V200R012C00 and later versions 157.2W 2.80kg 03030SHF
40GE/100GE interface card ET1D2H02QX2S 2-Port 100GE QSFP28 Interface and 2-Port 40GE QSFP+ Interface Card (X2S, QSFP28) X2S Supported in V200R010C00 and later versions 143.5 W 3.05 kg (6.72 lb) 03031YGC
40GE/100GE interface card ET1D2H02QX2E 2-Port 100GE QSFP28 Interface and 2-Port 40GE QSFP+ Interface Card (X2E, QSFP28) X2E Supported in V200R010C00 and later versions 153.1 W 3.15 kg (6.94 lb) 03031YGD
100GE interface card EH1D2C02FEE0 2-port 100GBASE-X interface card (EE, CFP) EE Supported in V200R008C00 and later versions 339 W 4.20 kg (9.26 lb) 03030RYF
100GE interface card ET1D2C04HX2E 4-Port 100GE QSFP28 Interface Card (X2E, QSFP28) X2E Supported in V200R010C00 and later versions 164.8 W 3.15 kg (6.94 lb) 03031YET
100GE interface card ET1D2C04HX2S 4-Port 100GE QSFP28 Interface Card (X2S, QSFP28) X2S Supported in V200R010C00 and later versions 154.7 W 3.05 kg (6.72 lb) 03031WHR
100GE interface card ET1D2C02FEE0 2-Port 100GBASE-X Interface Card (EE, CFP) EE Supported in V200R012C00 and later versions 339W 4.20kg 03030WVE

POS interface card

EH1D2WM00000 WAN interface service processing card Supported only in V200R001C00, V200R002C00, and V200R003C00
  • With two P1UFs: 84 W
  • With two P4HFs: 91 W
  • With two P4CFs: 86 W
3.80 kg (8.38 lb) (with a fireproof panel and two P1UFs)
POS interface card P1UF 1-port OC-48c/STM-16c POS-SFP flexible card (installed on a WAN interface service processing card) Supported only in V200R001C00, V200R002C00, and V200R003C00 12 W 0.50 kg (1.10 lb)
POS interface card P4HF 4-port OC-12c/STM-4c POS-SFP flexible card (installed on a WAN interface service processing card) Supported only in V200R001C00, V200R002C00, and V200R003C00 15 W 0.50 kg (1.10 lb)
POS interface card P4CF 4-port OC-3c/STM-1c POS-SFP flexible card (installed on a WAN interface service processing card) Supported only in V200R001C00, V200R002C00, and V200R003C00 14 W 0.50 kg (1.10 lb)
ACU2 module ACU2

NOTE:

This module is supported in V200R005C00 and later versions (except in V200R007C10).

WLAN ACU2 Access Controller Unit (128 AP Control Resource Included)

NOTE:

For details, see manuals of the ACU2 card.

Supported in V200R005C00 and later versions
Firewall module ET1D2FW00S00

NOTE:

This module is supported in V200R005C00 and later versions (except in V200R007C10).

NGFW module A, with HW general security platform software

NOTE:

For details, see manuals of the NGFW card.

Supported in V200R005C00 and later versions
Firewall module ET1D2FW00S01

NOTE:

This module is supported in V200R005C00 and later versions (except in V200R007C10).

NGFW module B, with HW general security platform software

NOTE:

For details, see manuals of the NGFW card.

Supported in V200R005C00 and later versions
Firewall module ET1D2FW00S02

NOTE:

This module is supported in V200R005C00 and later versions (except in V200R007C10).

NGFW Module C, with HW General Security Platform Software

NOTE:

For details, see manuals of the NGFW card.

Supported in V200R005C00 and later versions
IPS module ET1D2IPS0S00

NOTE:

This module is supported in V200R005C00 and later versions (except in V200R007C10).

IPS module A, with HW general security platform software

NOTE:

For details, see manuals of the IPS card.

Supported in V200R005C00 and later versions

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