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RG-S7620-20SFG2CQ 2 U Ultra High-Density CWDM Fixed Core Switch

Designed for all-optical scenarios, this series adopts CWDM technology and integrates a combiner, reducing core port usage and simplifying deployment.

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Series
Highlight Features
  • Twenty SFG ports (equivalent to 160 SFP channels) and two 100G uplink ports, backward compatible with 40G, and allowing flexible configuration
  • Integrated traditional fixed switch and combiner functions and simplified management and deployment
  • VSU, delivering flexible networking capabilities and high performance
  • Multi-level hardware protection, ensuring continuous device operation and stable network connectivity
  • Combination with the INC, offering simplified and efficient O&M
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Features

RG-S7620-20SFG2CQ Ultra High-Density CWDM Fixed Core Switch

Twenty SFG hyper-converged ports are provided with each supporting up to eight SFP channels. This supports connections for up to 160 devices simultaneously. High-density connections can be established in this 2 U switch, and two 100G QSFP28 uplinks and one expansion slot for connecting devices such as servers and regular switches are available to support diversified configurations.

Integrated Traditional Fixed Switch and Combiner Functions and Simplified Management and Deployment

CWDM technology integrated on Ethernet interfaces enables transparent transmission from the core side to the access side, reducing core-side port usage and simplifying the cabling process

VSU, Delivering Flexible Networking Capabilities
and High Performance

VSU technology virtualizes multiple physical switches into one logical unit to realize unified management, simplifying O&M.
Fast link failover within milliseconds ensures nonstop transmission of critical services.

Multi-level Hardware Protection, Ensuring Continuous Device Operation and Stable Network Connectivity

Hot-swappable Redundant Power

Hot-swappable Redundant Fan

Supply 1+1 power supply redundancy, allowing for second-level failover and providing extra protection for network links

Combination with the INC, Offering Simplified and Efficient O&M

Automatic registration and configuration of connected devices enable plug and play without commissioning, allowing rapid deployment. Switches can be replaced based on actual service needs without re-configuration. Auto-sensing on ports also facilitates self-maintenance.

Quick onboarding
Zero Touch Replacement

Specifications

Hardware Specifications

Hardware Specifications

RG-S7610-10SFG2CQ

RG-S7610-10SFX2CQ

RG-S7620-20SFG2CQ

RG-S7620-20SFX2CQ

Interface Specifications

Fixed port

10 x SFG 1000M hyper-converged ports

2 x 100G fixed ports (100G/40G, and 4 x 25G/4 x 10G)

10 x SFX 1000M hyper-converged ports

2 x 100G fixed ports (100G/40G, and 4 x 25G/4 x 10G)

20 x SFG 1000M hyper-converged ports

2 x 100G fixed ports (100G/40G, and 4 x 25G/4 x 10G)

20 x SFX 1000M hyper-converged ports

2 x 100G fixed ports (100G/40G, and 4 x 25G/4 x 10G)

Fan module slot

4 x fan module slots (3+1 redundancy, at least three fan modules configured) 

4 x fan module slots (3+1 redundancy, at least three fan modules configured)

3 x fan module slots (2+1 redundancy, at least two fan modules configured)

3 x fan module slots (2+1 redundancy, at least two fan modules configured)

Power module slot

2 (1+1 redundancy)

2 (1+1 redundancy)

2 (1+1 redundancy)

2 (1+1 redundancy)

Fixed management port

1 x console port, 1 x MGMT port, and 1 x USB 2.0 port

1 x console port, 1 x MGMT port, and 1 x USB 2.0 port

1 x console port, 1 x MGMT port, and 1 x USB 2.0 port

1 x console port, 1 x MGMT port, and 1 x USB 2.0 port

System Specifications

Packet forwarding rate

714 Mpps

1786 Mpps

833 Mpps

2976 Mpps

System switching capacity

960 Gbps

2.4 Tbps

1.12 Tbps

4 Tbps

Number of MAC addresses

128,000

128,000

128,000

128,000

ARP table size

96,000

96,000

96,000

96,000

Number of IPv4 unicast routes

350,000 (shared with IPv6 routing)

350,000 (shared with IPv6 routing)

350,000 (shared with IPv6 routing)

350,000 (shared with IPv6 routing)

Number of IPv4 multicast routes

4000

4,000

4,000

4,000

Number of IPv6 unicast routes

65,000

65,000

65,000

65,000

Number of IPv6 multicast routes

2,000

2,000

2,000

2,000

Number of ACEs

Ingress: 28,000

Egress: 4,000

Number of VSU members

4

Expansion module type and slot

M7600-2CQ  (100G/40G, and 4 x 25G/4 x 10G)

M7600-4GT4VS (optical port supporting 25G/10Gbase-R and 1000base-X)

1 x expansion module slot

M7600-2CQ (100G/40G, and 4 x 25G/4 x 10G)

M7600-4GT4VS (optical port supporting 25G/10Gbase-R and 1000base-X)

1 x expansion module slot

M7600-2CQ  (100G/40G, and 4 x 25G/4 x 10G)

M7600-4GT4VS (optical port supporting 25G/10Gbase-R and 1000base-X)

1 x expansion module slot

M7600-2CQ  (100G/40G, and 4 x 25G/4 x 10G)

M7600-4GT4VS (optical port supporting 25G/10Gbase-R and 1000base-X)

1 x expansion module slot

Dimensions and Weight

Dimensions (W x D x H)

442 mm x 388 mm x 44 mm (17.40 in. x 15.28 in. x 1.73 in.), 1 RU

442 mm x 388 mm x 44 mm (17.40 in. x 15.28 in. x 1.73 in.), 1 RU

442 mm x 388 mm x 88 mm (17.40 in. x 15.28 in. x 3.46 in.), 2 RU

442 mm x 388 mm x 88 mm (17.40 in. x 15.28 in. x 3.46 in.), 2 RU

Weight (full configuration)

10 kg (including four fan modules and two power modules)

10 kg (including four fan modules and two power modules)

10.4 kg (excluding packaging, power modules, and expansion modules)

10.4 kg (excluding packaging, power modules, and expansion modules)

CPU and Memory

CPU

2.2 GHz quad-core processor

2.2 GHz quad-core processor

2.2 GHz quad-core processor

2.2 GHz quad-core processor

Memory and storage

SDRAM: DDR4 4 GB (compatibility with 8 GB)

Flash memory: 16 GB

BootROM: 16 MB

SDRAM: DDR4 4 GB (compatibility with 8 GB)

Flash memory: 16 GB

BootROM: 16 MB

SDRAM: DDR4 4 GB (compatibility with 8 GB)

Flash memory: 16 GB

BootROM: 16 MB

SDRAM: DDR4 4 GB (compatibility with 8 GB)

Flash memory: 16 GB

BootROM: 16 MB

Power and Consumption

Maximum power consumption

< 300 W

< 300 W

< 450 W

< 450 W

Maximum output power

RG-PA550I II-F: 550 W

Rated input voltage

RG-PA550I II-F:

AC input: 100 V AC to 240 V AC; 50/60 Hz

HVDC input: 240 V DC

Maximum input voltage

RG-PA550I II-F:

AC input: 90 V AC to 264 V AC; 47/63 Hz

HVDC input: 192 V DC to 288 V DC

Environment and Reliability

MTBF

> 200,000 hours

Heat dissipation

Front-to-rear airflow

Operating temperature

0°C to 45°C (32°F to 113°F)

Storage temperature

–40°C to +70°C (–40°F to +158°F)

Operating humidity

10% to 90% RH (non-condensing)

Storage humidity

5% to 90% RH (non-condensing)

Operating altitude

0 m to 1,800 m (0 ft. to 5905.51 ft.)

Operating noise

< 50 dB (closed space)/78 dB (open space)

Interface surge protection

Communication port: 4 kV on the MGMT port

 

Software Specifications

Device Model

RG-S7610-10SFG2CQ

RG-S7610-10SFX2CQ

RG-S7620-20SFG2CQ

RG-S7620-20SFX2CQ

Ethernet switching

Jumbo frame (maximum length: 9,216 bytes)

Maximum number of VLANs that can be created: 4,094

Voice VLAN

Super-VLAN and private VLAN

MAC address-based, port-based, protocol-based, and IP subnet-based VLAN assignment

GVRP

Basic QinQ and selective QinQ

STP (IEEE 802.1.d), RSTP (IEEE 802.1w), and MSTP (IEEE 802.1s)

ERPS (G.8032)

LLDP/LLDP-MED

IP service

Static ARP

DHCP client

DHCP relay

DHCP server

DHCP snooping

DHCPv6 server, DHCPv6 client, DHCPv6 relay, and DHCPv6 snooping

Neighbor Discovery (ND) and ND snooping

GRE tunnel

IP routing

IPv4/IPv6 static routing

RIP and RIPng

OSPFv2 and OSPFv3

Graceful restart (GR)

IPv4 IS-IS

IPv6 IS-IS

BGP4 and BGP4+

IPv4/IPv6 VRF

IPv4/IPv6 PBR

Multicast

IGMPv1/v2/v3

IGMPv1/v2/v3 snooping

IGMP fast leave

PIM-SM

PIM-DM

PIM-SSM for IPv4 and IPv6

MSDP to achieve inter-domain multicast

MLDv1 and MLDv2

MLD snooping

PIM-SMv6

Multicast source IP address check

Multicast source port check

Multicast querier

MPLS

6PE/6VPE model interconnection with the IPv4/IPv6 MPLS backbone network

MPLS MIB (RFC 1273, RFC 4265, and RFC 4382) (MPLS MIB, MPLS L3VPN STD MIB, MPLS LSR STD MIB, and MPLS VPN MIB)

ACL and QoS

Standard IP ACLs (hardware ACLs based on IP addresses)

Extended IP ACLs (hardware ACLs based on IP addresses or TCP/UDP port numbers)

Extended MAC ACLs (hardware ACLs based on source MAC addresses, destination MAC addresses, and optional Ethernet type)

Expert-level ACLs (hardware ACLs based on the source and destination IP addresses and ports, and protocol type)

IPv6 ACL

ACL 80

Expert-level ACLs (hardware ACLs based on

ACL redirection

Port-based rate limiting

Traffic classification based on 802.1p priorities, DSCP priorities, and IP precedences

Congestion management: SP, WRR, DRR, WFQ, SP+WRR, SP+DRR, and SP+WFQ

Congestion avoidance: tail drop, RED, and WRED

Eight queues on each port

Security

Multiple AAA modes

RADIUS authentication and authorization

TACACS+

IEEE 802.1X authentication, MAC address bypass (MAB) authentication, and interface-based and MAC address-based 802.1X authentication

Web authentication

Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS)

SSHv1 and SSHv2

Global IP-MAC binding

Port security

IP source guard

SAVI

ARP spoofing prevention

CPP and NFPP

Various attack defense functions including NFPP, ARP anti-spoofing, DHCP/DHCPv6 attack defense, ICMP attack defense, ND attack defense, IP scanning attack defense, and customizing attack defense packet types

Loose and strict RPF

uRPF ignoring default routes

Reliability

REUP

Rapid Link Detection Protocol (RLDP), Layer 2 link connectivity detection, unidirectional link detection, and VLAN-based loop control

Data Link Detection Protocol (DLDP)

IPv4 VRRP v2/v3 and IPv6 VRRP v3

BFD

Link monitoring, fault notification, and remote loopback based on 802.3ah (EFM)

Hot swapping of power modules and fan modules

Device Virtualization

VSU

NMS and Maintenance

RSPAN and ERSPAN

sFlow (network detection technology based on packet sampling, which is mainly used for traffic statistics and analysis in heavy-traffic scenarios)

NTP and SNTP

FTP and S TFTP

SNMP v1/v2/v3

RMON (1, 2, 3, 9)

Various types of RMON groups, including event groups, alarm groups, history groups, and statistics groups, as well as private alarm extension groups

NETCONF

CWMP

gRPC

OpenFlow Special 1.0/1.3

Flow table analysis defined by all protocols

Transmission of specified packets to the controller

Configuring the controller's IP address and port

Notifying port status changes to the controller

VXLAN

EVPN VXLAN tunnel establishment

VLAN access to VXLAN

IPv4 over IPv4

Distributed gateway

IPv6 over IPv4

Using an SVI to connect to the VXLAN network

Using a routed interface to connect to the VXLAN network

Proxy ARP (replying with the actual MAC address))

ND proxy (replying with the actual MAC address)

ND reply (replying with the actual MAC address)

VXLAN EVPN

VXLAN static route

Anycast gateway

VXLAN bridging mode

VXLAN routing mode

Proxy ARP (replying with the gateway MAC address)

Configuring the UDP port number in VXLAN packets

Static VXLAN tunnel creation

 

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Perform the following steps to configure an RG-S7600:

  • Select the chassis based on the specific product model.
  • Select power modules based on power supply requirements. At least one power module is required.
  • Select expansion modules as required.

Note: The item marked with the asterisk (*) will be available in the future.

Chassis, Power Module, and Expansion Module

Model

Description

RG-S7610-10SFG2CQ

CWDM switch, 1 RU, 10 x SFG 1000M interfaces, and 2 x 100G fixed uplink interfaces

RG-S7610-10SFX2CQ

CWDM switch, 1 RU, 10 x SFG 1000M interfaces, and 2 x 100G fixed uplink interfaces

RG-S7620-20SFG2CQ

CWDM switch, 2 RU, 20 x SFG 1000M interfaces, and 2 x 100G fixed uplink interfaces

RG-S7620-20SFX2CQ

CWDM switch, 2 RU, 20 x SFG 1000M interfaces, and 2 x 100G fixed uplink interfaces

RG-PA550I II-F

550 W AC power module

M7600-2CQ

Expansion module, 2 x 100G optical interfaces

M7600-4GT4VS

Expansion module, 4 x electrical interfaces, and 4 x 1G/10G/25G optical interfaces

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