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CN-2-C-20110817-000174

Logo ID 02-C-000678
Approved Date 2011/10/24
Application ID CN-2-C-20110817-000174
Applied Date 2011/08/17
Usage Agreement Agreed
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Target Information Application Phase Phase-2
Test Category Core Protocols
Vendor Name Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
Country CN
Product Name Quidway S2700,S3700,S5700,S6700,S6300 Series Switches
Product Version V1R6
Product Classification Router
Product Description The Quidway® S2700 enterprise switches (S2700 for short) are the next-generation 100M intelligent Ethernet switches that feature in energy conservation. The S2700 utilizes cutting-edge switching technologies and Huawei Versatile Routing Platform (VRP) software to meet the demand for multi-service provisioning and access on Ethernet networks. It is easy to install and maintain and is applicable to various enterprise network scenarios. With its flexible VLAN deployment, comprehensive security and QoS policies, and energy-saving technologies, the S2700 helps enterprise customers to build a next generation IT network.
The Quidway® S3700 enterprise switches (S3700 for short) are next-generation energy-saving Layer 3 switches. The S3700 utilizes cutting-edge hardware and Huawei Versatile Routing Platform (VRP) software to provide high-performance access and aggregation to an enterprise campus network. It is easy to install and maintain. With its flexible VLAN deployment, PoE capabilities, comprehensive routing functions, and capability to migrate to an IPv6 network, the S3700 helps enterprise customers build a next generation IT network. In addition, the S3700 uses advanced reliability technologies such as stacking, VRRP, and RRPP, enhancing network robustness.
The Quidway® S5700 series gigabit enterprise switches (S5700 for short) are next-generation energy-saving switches developed by Huawei to meet the demand for high-bandwidth access and Ethernet multi-service aggregation. Based on the cutting-edge hardware and Huawei Versatile Routing Platform (VRP) software, the S5700 provides a large switching capacity and high-density GE ports to implement 10 Gbit/s upstream transmissions. The S5700 is for use in various enterprise network scenarios. For example, it can function as an access or aggregation switch on a campus network, a gigabit access switch in an Internet data center (IDC), or a desktop switch to provide 1000 Mbit/s access for terminals. The S5700 is easy to install and maintain, reducing workloads for network planning, construction, and maintenance. The S5700 uses advanced reliability, security, and energy conservation technologies, helping enterprise customers build a next generation IT network.
The Quidway S6700 series switches (S6700 for short) are next-generation 10G case-shaped switches.
The S6700 has an industry-leading performance and provides up to 24 or 48 line-speed 10GE ports. It can be used in a data center to provide 10 Gbit/s access to servers or function as a core switch on a campus network to provide 10 Gbit/s traffic aggregation. In addition, the S6700 provides rich services, comprehensive security policies, and various QoS features to help customers build scalable, manageable, reliable, and secure data centers.
The Quidway S6300 series switches (S6300 for short) are next-generation 10G case-shaped switches.
The S6300 has an industry-leading performance and provides up to 24 or 48 line-speed 10GE ports. It can be used in a data center to provide 10 Gbit/s access to servers or function as a core switch on a campus network to provide 10 Gbit/s traffic aggregation. In addition, the S6300 provides rich services, comprehensive security policies, and various QoS features to help customers build scalable, manageable, reliable, and secure data centers.
Vendor's Note
    1. MTU Configuration is not well supported by the product,the MTU is not configurable at all for the target device, so in the test IP6Interop.1.6, we omit Part A.
2. In Test IP6Interop.1.6 Path MTU discovery and Fragment Mention, the first fragmented packet will be losted when target host or router use NS/NA to discover a neighbor.This problem is not caused by NUT
Test Information Test Specification 4.0.6
Interoperability Test Scneario 4.0.4
Information for Series of Product
Interoperable
Devices
Router
1 Vendor Name Ubuntu Project
Device Name Ubuntu 7.10
Version 2.6.22-14
2 Vendor Name The KAME Project
Device Name KAME on FreeBSD 5.4-RELEASE
Version kame-20060116-freebsd54-snap
Host
1 Vendor Name The FreeBSD Project
Device Name FreeBSD
Version 6.2-RELEASE
2 Vendor Name USAGI Project
Device Name USAGI
Version usagi-linux26-s20060102
Target supporting
Advanced Functions:
- Transmitting Echo Requests or configuring packet size (Passive Node)
- Multicast Routing
- MTU Configuration
- RFC 4191 Type C Host
- Duplicate Overlapping Fragments