24‑Port xStack L3 Gigabit Stackable Managed Switch with Optional 10 Gigabit Uplinks

DGS‑3627

  • Product Status: Phased Out
The xStack DGS-3600 series of next generation Layer 3 Gigabit switches delivers performance, flexibility, security, multi-layer QoS and access, and redundant power option for SMB and enterprises. With high Gigabit port densities, SFP support, 10-Gigabit uplink options and advanced software functions, these switches can act as departmental accesslayer devices or core switches to form a multi-level network structured with high-speed backbone and centralized servers.

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The xStack DGS-3600 series of next generation Layer 3 Gigabit switches delivers performance, flexibility, security, multi-layer QoS and access, and redundant power option for SMB and enterprises. With high Gigabit port densities, SFP support, 10-Gigabit uplink options and advanced software functions, these switches can act as departmental accesslayer devices or core switches to form a multi-level network structured with high-speed backbone and centralized servers. Telecom service providers can also take advantage of the high SFP density switches to form the core of their Fiber to the building (FTTB) network that extends to the subscribers' sites.

Unparalleled Flexibility.

Easy to deploy and simple to managed, the DGS-3600 series can be stacked with any switches supporting D-Link's Single IP Management to form a multi-level network structured with backbone and centralized high-speed servers. This virtual stack can comprise units located anywhere on the same network domain, and uses the optional 10- Gigabit uplinks to move intra-stack traffic at 20Gbps full duplex. It can eliminate single points of failures, cable distance barriers, physical stacking method limitations and the need for stacking cabling.

Redundant Ring Stacking.

Alternatively, users can install one or two 10-Gigabit uplinks, depending on whether the linear or fault-tolerant ring stacking is implemented, to create a physical stack. Up to 12 units or 576 Gigabit ports can be configured for a stack. Using the coaxial cable or fiber as the medium to stack switches together, the DGS-3600 series provides not only high-bandwidth stacking but also the cost control capability that allows users to add 10-Gigabit uplinks strictly as needed. Modules with single 10-Gigabit XFP can also be installed in any of the open slots for uplink to servers or a fiber backbone.

Security, Performance & Availability.

The DGS-3600 series provides a complete set of security features, which includes L2/L3/L4 multi-layer Access Control Lists and 802.1x user authentication via TACACS+ and RADIUS servers. In addition, it offers suppression capabilities and Layer 3 IP v4/v6 Static Routing to increase network performance and security. Built-in D-Link ZoneDefense2 technology allows business to integrate the switch stack with D-Link NetDefend firewalls to implement a full coverage, proactive security architecture.

The DGS-3600 series offers extensive VLAN support including GARP/GVRP and 802.1Q VLAN to enhance security and performance. To support converged applications including VoIP, ERP, Intranet and video conference, a robust set of L2/L3/L4 QoS/CoS features ensures that critical network services are served with proper priority. To prevent malicious flooding traffic caused by worm/virus infections, the DGS-3600 series provides D-Link Safeguard Engine to increase the switch's reliability, serviceability and availability. Bandwidth Control can be flexibly set for each port using pre-defined thresholds to assure a committed level of service for end users. For advanced applications, per-flow bandwidth control allows easy fine-tuning of service types based on specific IP addresses or protocols.

 

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Number of ports
16 to 28 ports
Layer
Layer 3
Main type of ports
1000BASE-T Gigabit Ethernet
Type of uplink ports
Combo 1000BASE-T/SFP

Open slot
Switching capacity
108 Gbps
Form Factor
Rackmountable
Physical stacking
Up to 12 devices

Up to 40 Gbps bidirectional bandwidth
Virtual stacking (up to 32 devices)
Supported
MAC address
16K
Spanning Tree Protocol
802.1D STP

802.1s MSTP

802.1w RSTP
Ethernet ring protection switching (ERPS)
Supported
Link aggregation
802.3ad
VLAN group (max static)
4K
VLAN type
GVRP

MAC-based

Port-based

Protocol-based
Advanced VLAN
Double VLAN (Q-in-Q)

Super VLAN
IPv4/IPv6 routing table
IPv4 - 12K

IPv6 - 6K
IPv4/IPv6 forwarding table
IPv4 - 8K

IPv6 - 4K
IP interfaces
256
IPv6 Ready
Supported
IPv6 tunneling
Supported
Multicasting
Supported
PIM-SM
Supported
DVMRP v3
Supported
RIP v1/v2
Supported
RIPng
Supported
OSPF
Supported
BGP
Supported
OSPFv3
Supported
Number of QoS queues per port
8
CoS based on contents
Supported
Bandwidth control
64 Kbps minimum granularity
Time-based QoS
Supported
ACL type
Egress

Ingress

VLAN-based
ACL based on packet contents
Supported
Time-based ACL
Supported
Encryption protocol supported
SSH

SSL (v1/v2/v3)
IP-MAC-port binding (IMPB) / Smart Binding
Supported
ARP spoofing
Supported
BPDU attack protection
Supported
802.1X access control
Supported
Microsoft NAP support
Supported
RADIUS/TACACS+ authentication
Supported
SNMP (v1/v2c/v3)
Supported
RMON v1/v2
Supported
sFlow
Supported
ICMPv6
Supported

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