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FS 100G Fully Redundant High-Availability Structure Solution

By FS Project Designer16 Oct, 2019

FS Customer

Industry: IT Services

Location: United States

Background

Our customer is an IT Service provider and retailer, for which High Availability architecture is critical to keep a continuously operational system. It is key to any web based environment as it provides continuous operation of the system even in the case of a hardware failure. Therefore, full redundancy is required.

Challenge

The 100G switch is needed as a storage switch back end.
The desired switch may be able to stack.

Solution

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    N8500-48B6C 100G switch comes with forty-eight 25Gb ports and six 100Gb ports, and is equipped with hot swappable fans and power supplies, which means users can insert and/or remove these components without interruption to the system.

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    Two N8500-48B6C switches are peer switches in the MLAG. They are connected through an IPL (Inter Peer Link) port channel interface. The 25G switches are connected to both of the MLAG peer switches through a regular bonding or teaming LACP interface. On the 100G switch side, the ports connected downwards are configured with the same MLAG enabled port channel number.

25GBASE-SR SFP28 850nm 100m DOM LC MMF Optical Transceiver Module for FS Switches

£30.00

3m (10ft) LC UPC to LC UPC Duplex OM3 Multimode PVC (OFNR) 2.0mm Fibre Optic Patch Lead

£4.40

1m (3ft) MTP® Female 12 Fibres Type B Plenum (OFNP) OM4 50/125 Multimode Elite Trunk Cable, Magenta

£33.00

100GBASE-SR4 QSFP28 850nm 100m DOM MTP/MPO MMF Optical Transceiver Module for FS Switches

£77.00


Conclusion

This program delivers excellent low latency and power efficiency, while offering high reliability features such as redundant and hot swappable power supplies. The well-matched products like 100G optical transceivers, 25G transceivers and fibre cables are all contributors to this High Availability structure. Though N8500-48B6C switch does not support stacking, it can use MLAG to realize the link redundancy. About the MLAG ON FS N-series switches, visit “How to Configure MLAG on FS N-Series Switch With Cumulus Linux?”

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