Product Id: 25261347
Description: D-Link Data Center 10GbE Top-of-Rack Switch DXS-3600 - Switch - Managed - 24 x 10 Gigabit SFP+ - rack-mountable
Mfr Part #: DXS-3600-32S/SI
D-Link's DXS-3600 Series Top-of-Rack 10 Gigabit Stackable Managed Switch consists of compact, high-performance switches that feature 10 Gigabit Ethernet switching, routing, and very low latency.
- Fast performance with up to 960 Gbps switching capacity
- 24 fixed SFP+ 10G ports with one expansion module
- Up to four devices can be stacked together to function as one switch
- Selectable airflow direction
- Two AC/DC hot-swappable power modules support 1+1 power redundancy and load sharing
- Three hot-swappable fan trays provide N+1 cooling redundancy
- Access control list
- Port security
- Traffic segmentation
- ARP spoofing prevention
- D-Link safeguard engine
- DoS attack prevention
- Data center features
Data Center Bridging (DCB) is an essential set of enhancements to Ethernet for networking in data center environments. The DXS-3600 switches support several core components of Data Center Bridging (DCB) such as IEEE 802.1Qbb, IEEE 802.1Qaz, and IEEE 802.1Qau. IEEE 802.1Qbb (Priority Based Flow Control) provides flow control to ensure there is no data loss during network congestion. IEEE 802.1Qaz (Enhanced Transmission Selection) manages the allocation of bandwidth amongst different traffic classes. IEEE 802.1Qau (Congestion Notification) provides congestion management for data flows within network domains to avoid congestion. The DXS-3600 switches also support cut-through switching, which reduces latency in transmitting data in a network.
- Energy efficient
The DXS-3600 switches allow users to change the airflow by using different power and fan module sets. Selectable front-to-back or back-to-front airflow maximizes air cooling to provide more effective cooling throughout rack systems in data centers, where the switches are used, compared to side-to-side airflow. The switches also feature built-in smart fans; internal heat sensors monitor and detect temperature change, and react accordingly by utilizing different fan speeds for different temperatures. At lower temperatures, the fans will run slower and reduce the switch's power consumption and noise.