HP 5406 8p10GT 8p10GE Swch and Psw provides one 8-port 10GBASE-T module, one 8-port 10GbE SFP+ module and one 1500W PoE+ power supply already installed in a 5406 6-slot chassis. It has four open slots
The HP 5400 zl Switch Series consists of advanced intelligent switches in the HP modular chassis product line, which includes 6-slot and 12-slot chassis and associated zl modules and bundles. The foundation for the switch series is a purpose-built, programmable ProVision ASIC that allows the most demanding networking features, such as Quality of Service (QoS) and security, to be implemented in a scalable yet granular fashion. With 10/100, Gigabit Ethernet, and 10 Gigabit Ethernet interfaces, choice of PoE+ and non-PoE, integrated Layer 3 features, and HP AllianceOne solutions, the 5400 zl switch series offers excellent investment protection, flexibility, and scalability, as well as ease of deployment, operation, and maintenance.
OpenFlow: is a key technology that enables software-defined networking by allowing the separation of data (packet forwarding) and control (routing decision) paths.
Advanced classifier-based QoS: classifies traffic using multiple match criteria based on Layer 2, 3, and 4 information, applies QoS policies such as setting priority level and rate limit to selected traffic on a per-port or per-VLAN basis. Layer 4 prioritization: enables prioritization based on TCP/UDP port numbers. Traffic prioritization: allows real-time traffic classification into eight priority levels mapped to eight queues. Bandwidth shaping: Port-based rate limiting: provides per-port ingress-/egress-enforced increased bandwidth. Classifier-based rate limiting: uses an access control list (ACL) to enforce increased bandwidth for ingress traffic on each port. Reduced bandwidth: provides per-port, per-queue egress-based reduced bandwidth. Class of Service (CoS): sets the IEEE 802.1p priority tag based on IP address, IP Type of Service (ToS), Layer 3 protocol, TCP/UDP port number, source port, and DiffServ.
Remote intelligent mirroring: mirrors selected ingress/egress traffic based on ACL, port, MAC address, or VLAN to a local or remote HP 8200 zl, 6600, 6200 yl, 5400 zl, or 3500 Switch located anywhere on the network. RMON, XRMON, and sFlow v5: provide advanced monitoring and reporting capabilities for statistics, history, alarms, and events. IEEE 802.1AB Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP): advertises and receives management information from adjacent devices on a network, facilitating easy mapping by network management applications. Uni-Directional Link Detection (UDLD): monitors a cable between two switches and shuts down the ports on both ends if the cable is broken, turning the bidirectional link into a unidirectional one, this prevents network problems such as loops. Management simplicity: provides common software features and CLI implementation across all HP ProVision-based switches (including the zl and yl switches).
IEEE 802.3az Energy Efficient Ethernet: lowers power consumption in periods of low link usage (supported on v2 zl 10/100/1000 and 10/100 modules). IEEE 802.3af Power over Ethernet (PoE): provides up to 15.4 W per port to IEEE 802.3af-compliant PoE-powered devices such as IP phones, wireless access points, and security cameras. IEEE 802.3at Power over Ethernet Plus: provides up to 30 W per port to IEEE 802.3 for PoE and PoE+ powered devices, such as video IP phones, IEEE 802.11n wireless access points, and advanced pan/zoom/tilt security cameras. Prestandard PoE support: detects and provides power to prestandard PoE devices, see the list of supported devices in the product FAQ at www.hp.com/networking. High-density port connectivity: provides up to 12 interface module slots and up to 288 wire-speed 10/100/1000 PoE-enabled ports or 96 10-GbE ports per system.
High-speed, high-capacity architecture: 1 Tbps crossbar switching fabric provides intra-module and inter-module switching with 585.6 million pps throughput on the purpose-built ProVision ASICs. Selectable queue configurations: allows for increased performance by selecting the number of queues and associated memory buffering that best meet the requirements of the network applications.
Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol: allows groups of two routers to dynamically back each other up to create highly available routed environments. IEEE 802.1s Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol: provides high link availability in multiple VLAN environments by allowing multiple spanning trees, encompasses IEEE 802.1D Spanning Tree Protocol and IEEE 802.1w Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol. IEEE 802.3ad Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP) and HP port trunking: support up to 144 trunks, each with up to eight links (ports) per trunk. Distributed trunking: enables loop-free and redundant network topology without using Spanning Tree Protocol, allows a server or switch to connect to two switches using one logical trunk for redundancy and load sharing. Optional redundant power supply (HP 5400 series): provides uninterrupted power and allows hot-swapping of the redundant power supplies when installed.
VLAN support and tagging: supports the IEEE 802.1Q standard and 2,048 VLANs simultaneously. IEEE 802.1v protocol VLANs: isolate select non-IPv4 protocols automatically into their own VLANs. GARP VLAN Registration Protocol: allows automatic learning and dynamic assignment of VLANs. IEEE 802.1ad Q-in-Q: increases the scalability of an Ethernet network by providing a hierarchical structure, connects multiple LANs on a high-speed campus or metro network. MAC-based VLAN: provides granular control and security, uses RADIUS to map a MAC address/user to specific VLANs (requires v2 modules).