COMMANDO Marshall C3500 latest Development of Gigabit Layer 3 Access/Core Switch, with Modular uplink, Second Generation Intelligent Managed Switches Designed for Networks Requiring High Performance, High Port Density, High uplink Bandwidth and easy to Deploy, Deliver High Performance, Flexibility, Fault Tolerance, and Advanced Software Features for Maximum Return on Investment, can act as Core, Distribution or Access Layer Switches, High port densities Gigabit Ethernet, SFP, 10G SFP+, Security features, and Advanced Quality of Service (QoS), ideal for all Organizations considering reliable, affordable and simple CORE/Distribution/Access layer switching with CLI and WEB Managed, advanced PoE IEEE 802.3af Power over Ethernet (PoE) provides up to 15.4W per port, IEEE 802.3at Power over Ethernet Plus (PoE+) provides up to 30W per port, both IEEE 802.3at Layer 2 LLDP method and 802.3at 2-event classification methods are supported for compatibility with all PoE+ PD devices, scripting capabilities and Layer 3 routing, Automatic MDIX and Auto-negotiation on all ports select the right transmission modes (half or full duplex) as well as data transmission for crossover or straight-through cables dynamically for the admin, COMMANDO Switch can save up to 58% of power consumption, making it an eco-friendly solution for your business network
COMMANDO MARSHALL C3500 Series switch models are designed for stacking switches as a single virtual switch, enabling customers to have a single management plane and control plane for up to 384 access ports. The default stacking cable is 0.5 m, but options of 1 m and 3 m are also available. Table 5 lists the stacking accessories.
Stacking Kit Ordering Information
Stack kit for C3500 SKUs only: Two data stack adapters and one data stack cable
Stack kit for C3500 SKUs only: Two data stack adapters and one data stack cable
Data stack 50 cm cable (default cable with Stack Kit)
Data stack 1 m cable
Data stack 3 m cable
Marshall C3500 Series switches support dual power supplies, Dual user-replaceable redundant power supply modules provide an extremely high level of switch/router reliability, for those applications where the possibility of a power supply single-point-of-failure cannot be tolerated. One default power supply, and a second identical power supply can be installed when required, this second power supply can provide redundancy or additional power to PoE+ ports as needed.
Secondary Power Supplies Ordering Information
C3000 75WAC Power Supply, Spare
C3000 500WAC Power Supply, Spare
C3000 800WAC Power Supply, Spare
COMMANDO MARSHALL C3500 Series switches also come with dual fans and support redundancy. COMMANDO MARSHALL C3500 Series switches support redundancy with dual fans. On the C3500 SKUs, the fan units are field-replaceable, whereas on the fixed C3500 SKUs, the fan units are fixed
COMMANDO 10GBASE-T Copper RJ-45, SFP+, Up to 100m, CAT 6a/7
COMMANDO CMDFiber 40GBASE-SR4, QSFP+, 850nm, 150m, MMF, MTP/MPO, DOM
COMMANDO CMDFiber 40GBASE-LR4 and OTU3, QSFP+, 1310nm, 10km, SMF, LC duplex, DOM
COMMANDO CMDFiber 100GBASE-SR4, QSFP28+, 850nm, 100m, MTP/MPO-12, MMF, DOM
COMMANDO CMDFiber 100GBASE-LR4, QSFP28+, 1310nm, 10km, LC duplex, SMF, DOM
Rich L3 Features
Marshall C3500 L3 Managed Core Switch Series Delivers High-performance, Hardware Based Unicast routing, Static routes, RIPv1&v2, OSPF, BGP, ECMP, Routing policies, Policy-based routes (PBR), uRPF check & VRF, With Marshall C3500 Series, customers could easily achieve Policy based Route (PBR), More function of Routing available in Multicast routing such as IGMPv1/v2/v3, PIM-SM, PIM-SSM, PIM-DM, Static multicast & Mroute-RPF, IPv6 Unicast routing & IPv6 Multicast routing with L3 IOS Image available in Marshall C3500 Managed Core Switch.
Marshall C3500 giving optimal performance to real-time applications such as voice and video, Traffic classification, Traffic behaviors, Queue scheduling, Congestion avoidance, Shaping & Device reliability, preserves network bandwidth and allows full control of network resources, Traffic classification based on the combination of the MAC address, IPv4/IPv6 Address, IP precedence and TCP/UDP port number, L2 protocol header, TCP, UDP, outgoing interface, and 802.1p field, With 8 queues per port, enable differentiated management of up to 8 traffic types.
IEEE 802.1X port-based access control and MAC-based access control ensure all users are authorized before being granted access to the network. Ingress/Egress Access Control Lists (ACL’s) can be used to restrict access to sensitive network resources by denying packets based on L2/L3/L4 headers Information, and for some services are based on time, the product can support time based ACL to match the requirement. System Security such as Hierarchical CLI protection to prevent unauthorized users from accessing Switch SSH v2.0, RADIUS and TACACS+ Authentication, ACL filtering (Standard ACL and extend ACL),DHCP Packet Filtering (Option 82), ARP Inspection, IP Source Guard, CPU Traffic Limit, Prevent DDOS attack (ICMP Flood/Smurf/Fraggle/LAND/SYN Flood), BHM (Beat Heart Monitor).
Go Green with Your Ethernet
You now have the choice to go green when upgrading to a gigabit network! This new generation COMMANDO Gigabit Unmanaged Switch features the latest innovative energy-efficient technologies that can greatly expand your network capacity with much less power. It automatically adjusts power consumption according to the link status and cable length to limit the carbon footprint of your network.
Power down Idle Ports
When a computer or network equipment is off, the corresponding port of a traditional switch will continue to consume considerable amounts of power. The COMMANDO can automatically detect the link status of each port and reduce the power consumption of ports that are idle.
Power Budget According to Cable Length
Ideally, shorter cables would use less power because of less power degradation over their length; this is not the case with most devices as they will use the same amount of power across the cable regardless of whether it is 10 or 50 meters in length. The COMMANDO analyzes the length of the Ethernet cable connected and adjusts the power usage accordingly, rather than keeping the power consumption in a conventional solution.p>
24 SFP+ Fiber Ports
2 QSFP+ 100G Fiber Uplinks
128 Gbps - 880 Gbps
190.4 Mpps - 1309 Mpps
14,000 (10,000 direct routes and 4,000 indirect routes)
IPv4 routing entries
IPv6 routing entries
Multicast routing scale
Switched Virtual Interfaces (SVIs)
QoS scale entries
ACL scale entries
Packet buffer per SKU
6 MB buffers for 24- or 48-port Gigabit Ethernet models
Flexible NetFlow (FNF) entries
16,000 flows on 24- and 48-port Gigabit Ethernet models
Traffic classification based on COS/DSCP (simple classification) Traffic classification based on ACL (complex classification) Traffic classification based on inner header of the tunnel packets
Queue scheduling Remark the priority fields (COS/DSCP) of the packet based on Table Map Flow redirection Flow mirror
Traffic policing based on direction(in/out) of Port Traffic policing based on direction(in/out) of VLAN Traffic policing based on direction(in/out) of flow Traffic policing based on direction(in/out) of aggregated flow
Queue based traffic shaping Port based traffic shaping
TD?Tail Drop? WRED?Weighted Random Early Detection?
Packet counts and bytes statistics based on traffic classification Packet counts and bytes statistics based on the color after traffic policing Forwarded and discarded packet counts and bytes statistics
ECN (Explicit congestion notification)
ECN tags based on Tail Drop ECN tags based on WRED
DEVICE RELIABILITY FEATURES
BFD for Static route BFD for OSPFv2 BFD for VRRP/Track
Configurations through CLI (Command Line Interface) Banner configuration Help information in English Vty Terminal service
Inband management interface and configuration Outband management interface and configuration privileged user priority and privileged commands Network management based on SNMPv1/v2c/v3 Public and private MIB Public and private Trap Configuration and management based on WEB UI Configuration and management based on RPC-API SmartConfig?Automatically configuration when system start? Configuration and management based on OVSDB change the system specifications by choose different STM Profiles Feature configuration based on License Restore factory default configuration
File system (support directory and file management) Upload and download files through FTP or TFTP Upload and download files through Xmodem
Debugging And Maintenance
per-module Debug features ICMP Debug Software process monitor: BHM?Beat Heart Monitor? Hardware Watch Dog CPU usage display and alarm Memory usage display and alarm Device temperature?PSU?FAN?status display and alarm User operation logs Management of logs, alarms, and debugging information VCT?Virtual Cable Test? Detailed Diagnostic-information collection Manual reboot Schedule Reboot Reboot Information logging Ping IPv6 Ping Traceroute Port mirror Flow mirror Remote mirror Multi-destination mirror?m:n? Use CPU as mirror source Use CPU as mirror destination and analyze packet ERSPAN To CPU/From CPU packets statistics layer2 network connectivity detection - L2Ping (MAC Ping/Trace) UDLD?Unidirectional Link Detection? unidirectional forwarding of the fiber port loopback hardware loopback?internal/external? Time configuration Time zone
upgrade with the local image file upgrade with the remote TFTP server Online upgrade Uboot