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Using MLAG in S-Series Switches

MLAG (Multichassis Link Aggregation Group) allows two switches to be interconnected through link aggregation, and act as one logical switch, which helps you to scale network without changing topology.

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Flexibility and Security

Increase bandwidth and provide redundancy in emergent breakdown.

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High Reliability Protocol

Improve link reliability from the board level to the device level.

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Efficient to Deploy

Simplify networking and configuration, and support independent upgrade.

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How to Configure MLAG

MLAG networking enables more virtual switches to simultaneously share the same LAG endpoint. And there are three parts in this video showing the
configuration of MLAG, the verification and the port-mirror in MLAG.

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High Performance S-Series Switches

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Fs icon_01.png L2/L3 Data Center ToR/Leaf Switch

Fs icon_04.png Designed for Hyper-Converged Infrastructure

Fs icon_03.png Support MLAG, VARP, NVGRE

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Fs icon_01.png L2/L3 Data Center ToR/Leaf Switch

Fs icon_02.png 48 x 10GBase-T ports and 4 x 40GbE uplinks

Fs icon_03.png Support MLAG, VXLAN, IPv4/IPv6, SNMP

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Fs icon_01.png Spine/Aggregation Layer Switch

Fs icon_02.png 20 x 40GbE QSFP+ and 4 x 100GbE QSFP28

Fs icon_03.png Support MLAG, VXLAN, IPv4/IPv6, SFLOW

S-Series Switches Performance Validation

S-Series switches are valid for the IETF RFC2544 standard, which provides an out-of-service benchmarking methodology to evaluate the performance of network devices using throughput, back-to-back, frame loss and latency tests, with each validating a specific part of SLA. The throughput test determines how well suited a device is to applications in which minimal frame loss is critical.

Specific test report

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of Passed Trials
Load (%)
Load (%)
Aggregated Throughput (fps) Aggregated Theoretical Max (fps) Aggregated Throughput (Mbps) Aggregated Theoretical Max (Mbps)
1 1 64 100 100 100 5952381 5952380.952 4000 4000
1 1 128 100 100 100 3378378.4 3378378.378 4000 4000
1 1 256 100 100 100 1811594.267 1811594.203 4000 4000
1 1 512 100 100 100 939849.667 939849.624 4000 4000
1 1 1024 100 100 100 478927.267 478927.203 4000 4000
1 1 1280 100 100 100 384615.4 384615.385 4000 4000
1 1 1518 100 100 100 325097.533 325097.529 4000 4000

MLAG Implementation Solution

ERPS+ MLAG make the network topology simpler, the convergence faster, and the network more reliable. Compared with the Spanning Tree Protocol, ERPS
provides faster convergence and meets carrier-grade applications. As a virtualization technology, MLAG provides a Layer 2 topology without loops for redundant
backup, which greatly simplifies the networking and has higher reliability. S5800/S5850/S8050 Series Switches are the best choice.

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