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NETGEAR ProSafe M5300-28GF3 Mngd Switch (GSM7328FS-200NES)

NETGEAR ProSafe M5300-28GF3 Mngd Switch (GSM7328FS-200NES)


Varenr.: GSM7328FS-200NES
Produkt: Styrt
Porter: 4
Hastighet: 10Gbps
Ikke på lagerForventes på lager: 10.12.2020
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M5300 SERIES STACKABLE GIGABIT L2/L3 MANAGED SWITCHES


The Next-Gen Edge M5300 series is NETGEAR top of the line for managed, stackable Gigabit Ethernet switches with embedded 10 Gigabit Ethernet uplink and stacking connectivity. They are ideal for all organizations considering reliable, affordable and simple 10 Gigabit Ethernet backbone architectures. As a proficient component of converged voice, video and data networking solutions, NETGEAR M5300 series delivers a resilient access layer in server rooms for virtualization, campus LAN environments and commercial buildings. Virtual Chassis stacking technology - including meshed stacking - scales both the entire network's performance and its redundancy.

Features:
  • 24 and 48 Gigabit models, and one 24 Gigabit SFP fiber model
  • Because RIP, OSPF, VRRP or PIM aren't always needed, M5300 series comes with port-based / VLAN-based / subnet-based "static routing" only Layer 2+ versions
  • You can save costs now and should new applications arise, there's seamless upgrade path with Layer 3 licenses
  • 4 or 24 uplink fiber (SFP) ports for Fast Ethernet or Gigabit optics
  • Two embedded 10 Gigabit interfaces streamline network uplinks with SFP+ and 10GBase-T (RJ45) combo ports
  • Two supplemental 10 Gigabit I/O bays for additional uplinks or local / remote stacking, provide versatile 10 Gigabit deployment capabilities
  • Uplink capacity per switch is 4-port 10 Gigabit total, mixing 10GBase-T (RJ45), 10GBase-X (SFP+), 10GBase-CX4 (802.3ak) and 48 Gbps stacking ports

Main software features

  • All M5300 series versions share the same code base for easier deployment and maintenance; same firmware across all platforms
  • M5300 series is flexible enough for mixed stacking between Layer 2+ and Layer 3 versions
  • Automatic multi-vendor Voice over IP prioritization based on SIP, H323 and SCCP protocol detection
  • Voice VLAN and LLDP-MED for automatic IP phones QoS and VLAN configuration
  • Multi-hop RP multicast PIM routing advanced implementation for resilient video deployments
  • Advanced classifier-based hardware implementation for L2 (MAC), L3 (IP) and L4 (UDP/TCP transport ports) security and prioritization
  • Innovative multi-vendor Auto-iSCSI capabilities for easier virtualization optimization

Virtual Chassis Stacking technology:

  • True Virtual Chassis Stacking technology with up to 384 Gbps interconnect for network operations simplification
  • Meshed stacking for multi-resiliency and advanced load balancing capabilities
  • Up to 384 ports Gigabit and 16 available 10 Gigabit uplink ports per Virtual Chassis of 8 switches
  • Highest availability with sub-second master failover for L2 and L3 seamless switching
  • Distributed Link Aggregation for active-active connections
  • Investment protection: backward stacking capability with previous GSM72xxPS v1h1 and GSM73xxS v2h1 models

Management features:

  • DHCP/BootP innovative auto-installation including firmware and configuration file upload automation
  • Industry standard SNMP, RMON, MIB, LLDP, AAA and sFlow implementation
  • Selectable serial RS232 DB9 and Mini-USB port for management console
  • Standard USB port for local storage, logs, configuration or image files
  • Dual firmware image and configuration file for updates with minimum service interruption
  • Industry standard command line interface (CLI) for IT admins used to other vendors commands and scripting
  • Fully functional Web console (GUI) for IT admins who prefer an easy to use graphical interface

Industry leading availability

  • Removable, modular power module for the main power supply
  • Hot-swap RPS / EPS capabilities for 100% uptime when the main power supply is replaced

Industry leading warranty

  • NETGEAR 5300 series is backed by NETGEAR ProSafe Lifetime Hardware Warrantyʈ
  • Also included ProSupport Lifetime 24x7 Advanced Technical Support*
  • Also included 3-Year Next Business Day Onsite Hardware Replacement

Specifications:

Physical interfaces
Front Auto-sensing RJ45
10/100/1000
Auto-sensing SFP ports
100/1000
Auto-sensing RJ45
100/1000/10GBase-T
Auto-sensing SFP+ ports
1000/10GBase-X
M5300-28G 24 4
(shared with last 4 Gigabit RJ45)
2 2
(shared with the two 10GBT)
M5300-52G 48
M5300-28GF3 4 (shared with last 4 SFP) 24
Rear 10 Gigabit
I/O bays
Modular PSU RPS/EPS connector Console port
All models 2 independent bays 1 1 Serial RS232 DB9, Mini-USB (selectable)
Total Port Count Gigabit 10 Gigabit  
M5300-28G, M5300-28GF3 24 ports total 4 ports total
M5300-52G 48 ports total
Processor / Memory
Processor (CPU) Freescale P1010 800Mhz (45nm technology)
System memory (RAM) 512 MB
Code storage (flash) 128 MB Dual firmware image, dual configuration file
Packet Buffer Memory
M5300-28G, M5300-28GF3 16 MB Dynamically shared across only used ports
M5300-52G 32 MB
Virtual Chassis Stacking
Max physical switches per stack 8 Any combination of M5300 series switches
Max physical ports per slot 52
Max physical ports per stack 416 1, 2, 3 or 4 10GbE ports can be used for stacking
Stacking topology Chain, dual-ring, mesh using any of 10GbE interfaces Loop-free stacking mode, automatic topology
Distant stacking Yes Using 10GbE fiber for distant switches
Non-stop forwarding Yes Failed units don't affect service
Rapid master failover with minimum packet loss Yes Sub-second Secondary Master fail-over
Automatic unit replacement (AUR) Yes No service interruption
Distributed Link Aggregation (LAGs across the stack) Yes As well as VLAN tagging, port mirroring
Stack with previous versions GSM73xxS-200 and GSM72xxPS M5300 series can stack with previous generations GSM7328Sv2h1, GSM7352Sv2h1, GSM7228PSv1h1 and GSM7252PSv1h1
M5300 series table size and feature set are reduced to previous GSM73xxS and GSM72xxS capabilities when mixed stacking
Stack with previous versions GSM73xxS v1, GSM7328FS v1 Not supported
Performance Summary
Switching fabric
M5300-28G, M5300-28GF3 144 Gbps Line-rate (non blocking fabric)
M5300-52G 192 Gbps
Throughput
M5300-28G, M5300-28GF3 107.1 Mpps
M5300-52G 142.8 Mpps
Other Metrics
Forwarding mode Store-and-forward
Latency (64-byte frames, 10Mbps, Copper) <61 µs
Latency (64-byte frames, 100Mbps, Copper) <9 µs
Latency (64-byte frames, 1 Gbps, Copper) <4.1 µs
Latency (64-byte frames, 1 Gbps, Fiber SFP) <3.4 µs
Latency (64-byte frames, 10 Gbps, Copper 10GBase-T) <3.5 µs
Latency (64-byte frames, 10 Gbps, Fiber SFP+) <2.5 µs
Addressing 48-bit MAC address
Address database size 32,000 MAC addresses
Number of VLANs 4,093 VLANs (802.1Q) simultaneously
Number of multicast groups filtered (IGMP) 48-bit MAC address
Number of Multicast groups filtered (IGMP) 4K total (2,048 IPv4 and 2,048 IPv6) IPv4 / IPv6 table size can be adjusted using SDM (IPv4 only or dual v4/v6)
Number of hardware queues for QoS 48-bit MAC address
Number of routes
IPv4
IPv6
12,256 in IPv4 only SDM build
6,112 in IPv4/IPv6 SDM build
3,072 in IPv4/IPv6 SDM build
Number of static routes
IPv4
IPv6

512
512
Number of IP interfaces (port or VLAN) 128
Jumbo frame support up to 12K packet size
Acoustic noise (ANSI-S10.12) @ 25 °C ambient (77 °F)
M5300-28G 37.3 dB
M5300-52G 34.9 dB
M5300-28GF3 35.6 dB
Heat Dissipation (BTU)
M5300-28G 186 Btu/hr
M5300-52G 268 Btu/hr
M5300-28GF3 186 Btu/hr
Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF) @ 25 °C ambient (77 °F) @ 55 °C ambient (131 °F)  
M5300-28G 560,449 hours(~64.0 years) 183,046 hours (~20.9 years)
M5300-52G 421,113 hours (~48.1 years) 126,162 hours (~14.4 years)
M5300-28GF3 539,481 hours (~61.6 years) 163,656 hours (~18.7 years)
L2 Services - VLANs
IEEE 802.1Q VLAN Tagging Yes Up to 4,093 VLANs - 802.1Q Tagging
Protocol Based VLANs
IP subnet
ARP
IPX
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Subnet based VLANs Yes
MAC based VLANs Yes
Voice VLAN Yes Based on phones OUI bytes (internal database, or user-maintained) or protocols (SIP, H323 and SCCP)
Private Edge VLAN Yes
Private VLAN Yes
IEEE 802.1x Yes
    Guest VLAN Yes
    RADIUS based VLAN assignment via .1x Yes IP phones and PCs can authenticate on the same port but under different VLAN assignment policies
    RADIUS based Filter ID assignment via .1x Yes
    MAC-based .1x Yes
    Unauthenticated VLAN Yes
Double VLAN Tagging (QoQ)
Enabling dvlan-tunnel makes interface
Global ethertype (TPID)
Interface ethertype (TPID)
Customer ID using PVID
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
GARP with GVRP/GMRP Yes Automatic registration for membership in VLANs or in multicast groups
MVR (Multicast VLAN registration) Yes
L2 Services - Availability
IEEE 802.3ad - LAGs Yes Up to 64 LAGs and up to 8 physical ports per LAG
    LACP Yes
    Static LAGs Yes
    Local Preference per LAG Yes
LAG Hashing Yes
Storm Control Yes
IEEE 802.3x (Full Duplex and flow control) Yes
    Per port Flow Control Yes Asymmetric and Symmetric Flow Control
UDLD Support (Unidirectional Link Detection)
Normal-Mode
Aggressive-Mode
Yes
Yes
Yes
IEEE 802.1D Spanning Tree Protocol Yes
IEEE 802.1w Rapid Spanning Tree Yes
IEEE 802.1s Multiple Spanning Tree Yes
STP Loop Guard Yes
STP Root Guard Yes
BPDU Guard Yes
L2 Services - Multicast Filtering
IGMPv2 Snooping Support Yes
IGMPv3 Snooping Support Yes
MLDv1 Snooping Support Yes
MLDv2 Snooping Support Yes
Expedited Leave function Yes
Static L2 Multicast Filtering Yes
IGMP Snooping
Enable IGMP Snooping per VLAN
Snooping Querier
Yes
Yes
Yes
Multicast VLAN registration (MVR) Yes
L3 Services - Multicast Routing
IGMP Proxy Yes Layer 3 software package required
MLD Proxy Yes
Multicast streams routing between subnets, VLANs Yes
Multicast static routes (IPv4, IPv6) Yes
DVMRP (Distance Vector Multicast Routing Protocol) Yes
Neighbor discovery Yes
PIM-DM (Multicast Routing - dense mode) Yes
PIM-DM (IPv6) Yes
PIM-SM (Multicast Routing - sparse mode) Yes
PIM-SM (IPv6) Yes
PIM multi-hop RP support Yes
IPMC replication (hardware support) Yes
L3 Services - DHCP
DHCP IPv4 / DHCP IPv6 Client Yes
DHCP IPv4 / DHCP IPv6 Server Yes Layer 3 software package required
DHCP Snooping IPv4 Yes
DHCP Snooping IPv6 Yes Layer 3 software package required
DHCP/BootP Relay IPv4 Yes
DHCP/BootP Relay IPv6 Yes Layer 3 software package required
Auto Install (DHCP options 66, 67, 150 and 55, 125) Yes
L3 Services - IPv4 Routing
Static Routing Yes
Port Based Routing Yes
VLAN Routing
802.3ad (LAG) for router ports
Yes
Yes
OSPFv2 Yes Layer 3 software package required
OSPFv2 point-to-point links Yes
RIP v1, v2 Yes
VRRP Yes
Router Discovery Yes
IP Helper Yes
Max IP Helper entries 512
IP Source Guard Yes
IP Event Dampening Yes
ECMP (equal-cost multi-path for OSPF) Yes
Proxy ARP Yes
Multinetting Yes
ICMPv6 Yes
ICMP redirect detection in hardware Yes
DNSv4 Yes
ICMP throttling Yes
L3 Services - IPv6 Routing
IPv6 Routing Yes Layer 3 software package required
Static routing Yes
Neighbor discovery Yes
OSPFv3 Yes
IP Event Dampening Yes
Configured v6-over-v4 tunnels Yes
Automatic (6to4) tunnels Yes
DNSv6 Yes
Network Monitoring and Discovery Services
ISDP (Industry Standard Discovery Protocol) Yes inter-operates with devices running CDP
802.1ab LLDP Yes
802.1ab LLDP - MED Yes
SNMP V1, V2, V3
RMON 1,2,3,9 Yes
sFlow Yes
Security
Network Storm Protection, DoS
Broadcast, Unicast, Multicast DoS Protection Yes
    Denial of Service Protection (control plane) Yes Switch CPU protection
    Denial of Service Protection (data plane) Yes Switch Traffic protection
DoS attacks SIPDIP UDPPORT L4PORT    
SMACDMAC TCPFLAGSEQ ICMP    
FIRSTFRAG TCPOFFSET ICMPV4    
TCPFRAG TCPSYN ICMPV6    
TCPFLAG TCPSYNFIN ICMPFRAG    
TCPPORT TCPFINURGPSH      
ICMP throttling Yes Restrict ICMP, PING traffic for ICMP-based DoS attacks
Management
Management ACL (MACAL) Yes Protects management CPU access through the LAN
    Max Rules 64
Radius accounting Yes RFC 2565 and RFC 2866
TACACS+ Yes
Network Traffic
Access Control Lists (ACLs) L2 / L3 / L4 MAC, IPv4, IPv6, TCP, UDP
Protocol-based ACLs Yes
ACL over VLANs Yes
Dynamic ACLs Yes
IEEE 802.1x Radius Port Access Authentication Yes Up to 48 clients (802.1x) per port are supported, including the authentication of the users domain
802.1x MAB MAC Address Authentication Bypass Yes Supplemental authentication mechanism for non-802.1x devices, based on their MAC address only
Port Security Yes
IP Source Guard Yes
DHCP Snooping Yes
Dynamic ARP Inspection Yes
MAC Filtering Yes
Port MAC Locking Yes
Private Edge VLAN Yes A protected port doesn't forward any traffic (unicast, multicast, or broadcast) to any other protected port - same switch
Private VLANs Yes Scales Private Edge VLANs by providing Layer 2 isolation between ports accross switches in same Layer 2 network
Quality of Service (QoS) - Summary
Access Lists
L2 MAC, L3 IP and L4 Port ACLs
Ingress
Egress
802.3ad (LAG) for ACL assignment
Binding ACLs to VLANs
ACL Logging
Support for IPv6 fields
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
DiffServ QoS
Edge Node applicability
Interior Node applicability
802.3ad (LAG) for service interface
Support for IPv6 fields
Ingress / Egress
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
IEEE 802.1p COS
802.3ad (LAG) for COS configuration
WRED (Weighted Deficit Round Robin)
Strict Priority queue technology
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Auto-VoIP Yes, based on protocols (SIP, H323 and SCCP) or on OUI bytes (default database and user-based OUIs) in the phone source MAC address
iSCSI Flow Acceleration
Dot1p Marking
IP DSCP Marking
Yes
Yes
Yes
QoS - ACL Feature Support
ACL Support (general, includes IP ACLs)
MAC ACL Support
IP Rule Match Fields:
Dst IP
Dst IPv6 IP
Dst L4 Port
Every Packet
IP DSCP
IP Precedence
IP TOS
Yes
Yes

Inbound/Outbound
Inbound/Outbound
Inbound/Outbound
Inbound/Outbound
Inbound/Outbound
Inbound/Outbound
Inbound/Outbound
Protocol
Src IP (for Mask support see below)
Src IPv6 IP
L3 IPv6 Flow Label
Src L4 Port
Supports Masking
Inbound/Outbound
Inbound/Outbound
Inbound/Outbound
Inbound
Inbound/Outbound
Inbound/Outbound
MAC Rule Match Fields
COS
COS2 (Secondary COS)

Inbound/Outbound
Yes
Dst MAC Inbound/Outbound
Dst MAC Mask
Ethertype
Src MAC
Src MAC Mask
VLAN ID
VLAN ID2 (Secondary VLAN)
Inbound/Outbound
Inbound/Outbound
Inbound/Outbound
Inbound/Outbound
Inbound/Outbound
Yes
VLAN ID2 (Secondary VLAN)
Rules attributes:
Assign Queue
Logging -- deny rules
Mirror (to supported interface types only)
Redirect (to supported interface types only)
Yes

Inbound
Inbound/Outbound
Inbound
Inbound
Interface
Inbound direction
Outbound direction

Yes
Yes
Supports LAG interfaces
Multiple ACLs per interface, dir
Mixed-type ACLs per interface, dir
Mixed L2/IPv4 ACLs per interface, inbound
Mixed IPv4/IPv6 ACLs per interface, inbound
Mixed IPv4/IPv6 ACLs per interface, outbound
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes


Yes
QoS - DiffServ Feature Support
DiffServ Supported
Class Type
All
Class Match Criteria
COS
COS2 (Secondary COS)
Dst IP (for Mask support see below)
Dst IPv6 IP
Dst L4 Port
Yes

Yes

Inbound/Outbound
Yes
Inbound/Outbound
Inbound/Outbound
Inbound/Outbound
Dst MAC (for Mask support see below)
Ethertype
Every Packet
IP DSCP
IP Precedence
IP TOS (for Mask support see below)
Protocol
Inbound/Outbound
Inbound/Outbound
Inbound/Outbound
Inbound/Outbound
Inbound/Outbound
Inbound/Outbound
Inbound/Outbound
Class
Src IP (for Mask support see below)
Src IPv6 IP
Inbound/Outbound
Inbound/Outbound
Inbound/Outbound
L3 IPv6 Flow Label Inbound
Src L4 Port
Src MAC (for Mask support see below)
VLAN ID (Source VID)
VLAN ID2 (Secondary VLAN) (Source VID)
Supports Masking
Inbound/Outbound
Inbound/Outbound
Inbound/Outbound
Yes
Inbound/Outbound
Policy
Out Class Unrestricted
Policy Attributes -- Inbound
Assign Queue
Drop
Mark COS
Mark COS-AS-COS2

Yes

Inbound
Yes
Yes
Yes
Mark COS2 (Secondary COS)
Mark IP DSCP
Mark IP Precedence
Yes
Yes
Yes
Mirror (to supported interface types only) Inbound
Police Simple
Police Color Aware Mode
Redirect (to supported interface types only)
Policy Attributes -- Outbound
Assign Queue
Yes
Yes
Inbound
Yes
Inbound
Drop
Mark COS
Mark COS2 (Secondary COS)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Mark IP DSCP Yes
Mark IP Precedence
Mirror (to supported interface types only)
Police Simple
Police Color Aware Mode
Redirect (to supported interface types only)
Yes
Inbound
Yes
Yes
Inbound
Service Interface
Inbound Slot.Port configurable
Inbound 'All' Ports configurable
Outbound Slot.Port configurable
Outbound 'All' Ports configurable
Supports LAG interfaces
Mixed L2/IPv4 match criteria, inbound
Mixed IPv4/IPv6 match criteria, inbound
Mixed IPv4/IPv6 match criteria, outbound

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
PHB Support
EF
AF4x
AF3x
AF2x

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
AF1x
CS
Yes
Yes
Statistics -- Policy Instance
Offered
Discarded

packets
packets
Statistics -- Service Level
Offered
Discarded

packets
packets
QoS - COS Feature Support
COS Support
Supports LAG interfaces
COS Mapping Config
Yes
Yes
Yes
Configurable per-interface
IP DSCP Mapping
Yes
Yes
COS Queue Config
Queue Parms configurable per-interface
Drop Parms configurable per-interface
Interface Traffic Shaping (for whole egress interface)
Minimum Bandwidth

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Weighted Deficit Round Robin (WDRR) Support
Maximum Queue Weight
WRED Support
Yes
127
Yes
IEEE Network Protocols
IEEE 802.3 Ethernet IEEE 802.3z Gigabit Ethernet 1000BASE-SX/LX IEEE 802.1D Spanning Tree (STP) IEEE 802.1Q VLAN tagging
IEEE 802.3i 10BASE-T IEEE 802.3ae 10-Gigabit Ethernet IEEE 802.1s Multiple Spanning Tree (MSTP) IEEE 802.1v Protocol-based VLAN
IEEE 802.3u 100BASE-T IEEE 802.3ad Trunking (LACP) IEEE 802.1w Rapid Spanning Tree (RSTP) IEEE 802.1p Quality of Service
IEEE 802.3ab 1000BASE-T IEEE 802.1AB LLDP with ANSI/TIA-1057 (LLDP-MED) IEEE 802.1X Radius network access control IEEE 802.3x Flow control
IETF RFC Standards and MIBs
System Facilities
RFC 768 – UDP RFC 2131 – DHCP Client/Server
RFC 783 – TFTP RFC 2132 – DHCP options & BOOTP vendor extensions
RFC 791 – IP RFC 2030 – Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP) Version 4 for IPv4, IPv6 and OSI
RFC 792 – ICMP RFC 2865 – RADIUS Client (both Switch and Management access)
RFC 793 – TCP RFC 2866 – RADIUS Accounting
RFC 826 – Ethernet ARP RFC 2868 – RADIUS Attributes for Tunnel Protocol support
RFC 894 – Transmission of IP datagrams over Ethernet networks RFC 2869 – RADIUS Extensions
RFC 896 – Congestion control in IP/TCP Networks RFC2869bis – RADIUS Support for Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP)
RFC 951 – BOOTP RFC 3164 – The BSD Syslog Protocol
RFC 1321 – Message-digest algorithm RFC 3580 – 802.1X RADIUS usage guidelines (VLAN assignment via RADIUS, dynamic VLAN)
RFC 1534 – Interoperation between BOOTP and DHCP
Switching MIB
RFC 1213 – MIB-II RFC 2620 – RADIUS Accounting MIB
RFC 1493 – Bridge MIB RFC 2737 – Entity MIB version 2
RFC 1643 – Ethernet-like MIB RFC 2819 – RMON Groups 1,2,3 & 9
RFC 2233 – The Interfaces Group MIB using SMI v2 IEEE 802.1X MIB (IEEE 802.1-PAE-MIB 2004 Revision)
RFC 2674 – VLAN MIB IEEE 802.1AB – LLDP MIB
RFC 2613 – SMON MIB ANSI/TIA 1057 – LLDP-MED MIB
RFC 2618 – RADIUS Authentication Client MIB Private Enterprise MIBs supporting switching features
IPv4 Routing
RFC 1027 – Using ARP to implement transparent subnet Gateways (Proxy ARP) RFC 2453 – RIP v2
Layer 3 software package required
RFC 1256 – ICMP Router Discovery Messages
Layer 3 software package required
RFC 3046 – DHCP Relay Agent Information option
RFC 1765 – OSPF Database Overflow
Layer 3 software package required
RFC 3101 – The OSPF "Not So Stubby Area" (NSSA) Option
Layer 3 software package required
RFC 1812 – Requirements for IP Version 4 routers RFC 3137 – OSPF Stub Router Advertisement
Layer 3 software package required
RFC 2082 – RIP-2 MD5 authentication
Layer 3 software package required
RFC 3768 – VRRP – Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol
Layer 3 software package required
RFC 2131 – DHCP relay Route Redistribution across RIP, and OSPF
Layer 3 software package required
RFC 2328 – OSPF Version 2
Layer 3 software package required
VLAN routing
RFC 2370 – The OSPF Opaque LSA Option
Layer 3 software package required
IPv4 Routing MIB
RFC 1724 – RIP v2 MIB Extension
Layer 3 software package required
RFC 2787 – VRRP MIB
Layer 3 software package required
RFC 1850 – OSPF MIB
Layer 3 software package required
Private enterprise MIB supporting routing features
RFC 2096 – IP Forwarding Table MIB
Multicast
RFC 1112 – Host extensions for IP Multicasting RFC 3973 – Protocol Independent Multicast - Dense Mode (PIM-DM)
Layer 3 software package required
RFC 2236 – Internet Group Management Protocol, Version 2 RFC 4601 – Protocol Independent Multicast - Sparse Mode (PIM-SM)
Layer 3 software package required
RFC 2365 – Administratively Scoped IP Multicast Draft-ietf-idmr-dvmrp-v3-10 Distance Vector Multicast Routing Protocol
RFC 2710 – Multicast Listener Discovery (MLD) for IPv6 Draft-ietf-magma-igmp-proxy-06 IGMP/MLD-based Multicast Forwarding ("IGMP/MLD Proxy-ing")
RFC 3376 – Internet Group Management Protocol, Version 3 Draft-ietf-magma-igmpv3-and-routing-05 IGMPv3/MLDv2 and Multicast Routing Protocol Interaction
RFC 3810 – Multicast Listener Discovery Version 2 (MLDv2) for IPv6 Draft-ietf-pim-sm-bsr-05 Bootstrap Router (BSR) Mechanism for PIM Layer 3 software package required
Multicast MIB
RFC 2932 – IPv4 Multicast Routing MIB Draft-ietf-magma-mgmd-mib-05 Multicast Group Membership Discovery MIB
RFC 5060 – Protocol Independent Multicast MIB Draft-ietf-pim-bsr-mib-06 – PIM Bootstrap Router MIB
Layer 3 software package required
Draft-ietf-idmr-dvmrp-mib-11 Distance-Vector Multicast Routing Protocol MIB Private Enterprise MIB supporting Multicast features
IPv6 Routing
RFC 1981 – Path MTU for IPv6 RFC 3484 – Default Address Selection for IPv6
RFC 2460 – IPv6 Protocol specification RFC 3493 – Basic Socket Interface for IPv6
RFC 2461 – Neighbor Discovery RFC 3542 – Advanced Sockets API for IPv6
RFC 2462 – Stateless Auto Configuration RFC 3587 – IPv6 Global Unicast Address Format
RFC 2464 – IPv6 over Ethernet RFC 3736 – Stateless DHCPv6
Layer 3 software package required
RFC 2711 – IPv6 Router Alert
Layer 3 software package required
RFC 4213 – Basic Transition Mechanisms for IPv6
Layer 3 software package required
RFC 2740 – OSPFv3
Layer 3 software package required
RFC 4291 - Addressing Architecture for IPv6
RFC 3056 – Connection of IPv6 Domains via IPv4 Clouds RFC 4443 – ICMPv6 Layer 3 software package required
RFC 3315 – DHCPv6 (stateless + relay)
Layer 3 software package required
IPv6 Routing MIB
RFC 2465 – IPv6 MIB
Layer 3 software package required
RFC 2466 – ICMPv6 MIB
Layer 3 software package required
QoS
RFC 2474 – Definition of Differentiated Services Field (DS Field) in the IPv4 and IPv6 Headers RFC 3260 – New Terminology and Clarifications for DiffServ
RFC 2475 – An Architecture for Differentiated Services RFC 3289 – Management Information Base for the Differentiated Services Architecture (read-only)
RFC 2597 – Assured Forwarding PHB Group Private MIBs for full configuration of DiffServ, ACL and CoS functionality
RFC 3246 – An Expedited Forwarding PHB (Per-Hop Behavior)
Management
RFC 854 – Telnet RFC 3412 – Message Processing & Dispatching
RFC 855 – Telnet Option RFC 3413 – SNMP Applications
RFC 1155 – SMI v1 RFC 3414 – User-Based Security Model
RFC 1157 – SNMP RFC 3415 – View-based Access Control Model
RFC 1212 – Concise MIB Definitions RFC 3416 – Version 2 of SNMP Protocol Operations
RFC 1867 – HTML/2.0 Forms with file upload extensions RFC 3417 – Transport Mappings
RFC 1901 – Community-based SNMP v2 RFC 3418 – Management Information Base (MIB) for the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)
RFC 1908 – Coexistence between SNMP v1 & SNMP v2 SSL 3.0 and TLS 1.0
- RFC 2246 – The TLS Protocol, Version 1.0
- RFC 2818 – HTTP over TLS
- RFC 2346 – AES Ciphersuites for Transport Layer Security
RFC 2068 – HTTP/1.1 protocol as updated by draft-ietf-http-v11-spec-rev-03
RFC 2271 – SNMP Framework MIB
RFC 2295 – Transparent Content Negotiation
RFC 2296 – Remote Variant Selection; RSVA/1.0 State Management "cookies" – draft-ietf-http-state-mgmt-05 SSH 1.5 and 2.0
- RFC 4253 – SSH Transport Layer Protocol
- RFC 4252 – SSH Authentication Protocol

- RFC 4254 – SSH Connection Protocol
- RFC 4251 – SSH Protocol Architecture"
- RFC 4716 – SECSH Public Key File Format
RFC 2576 – Coexistence between SNMP v1, v2 and v3
RFC 2578 – SMI v2
RFC 2579 – Textual Conventions for SMI v2
RFC 2580 – Conformance statements for SMI v2
RFC 3410 – Introduction and Applicability Statements for Internet Standard Management Framework
- RFC 4419 – Diffie-Hellman Group Exchange for the SSH Transport Layer Protocol"
RFC 3411 – An Architecture for Describing SNMP Management Frameworks
Management
Password management Yes
Configurable Management VLAN Yes
Auto Install (BOOTP and DHCP options 66, 67, 150 and 55, 125) Yes Scalable deployment process (firmware, config)
Admin access control via Radius and TACACS+ Yes Policies, Enable
Industry standard CLI (IS-CLI) Yes Command Line interface
CLI commands logged to a Syslog server Yes
Web-based graphical user interface (GUI) Yes Fully functional GUI
Telnet Yes
IPv6 management Yes
Dual Software (firmware) image Yes Allows non disruptive firmware upgrade process
Dual Configuration file Yes Text-based (CLI commands) configuration file
IS-CLI Scripting Yes Industry standard CLI commands scripts for automation
Port descriptions Yes
SNTP client over UDP port 123 Yes Provides synchronized network timestamp either in broadcast or unicast mode
XMODEM Yes
SNMP v1/v2 Yes
SNMP v3 with multiple IP addresses Yes
RMON 1,2,3,9
Max History entries
Max buckets per History entry
Max Alarm entries
Max Event entries
Max Log entries per Event entry
Yes
3 * (number of ports in the stack + LAG + 10)
10
3 * (number of ports in the stack + LAG + 10)
3 * (number of ports in the stack + LAG + 10)
10
Port Mirroring
Number of monitor sessions
Tx/Rx
Many to One Port Mirroring
LAG supported as source ports
Max source ports in a session
Yes
1
Yes
Yes
Yes
Total switch port count
Flow based mirroring Yes
Cable Test utility Yes CLI, Web GUI
Outbound Telnet Yes
SSH v1 / v2 Secure Shell
SSH Session Configuration Yes
SSL/HTTPS and TLS v1.0 for web-based access Yes
File transfers (uploads, downloads) TFTP / HTTP
Secured protocols for file transfers SCP / SFTP / HTTPS
HTTP Max Sessions 16
SSL/HTTPS Max Sessions 16
HTTP Download (firmware) Yes
Syslog (RFC 3164) Yes
Persistent log supported Yes
User Admin Management
User ID configuration Yes
Max number of configured users 6
Support multiple READWRITE Users Y
Max number of IAS users (internal user database) 100
Authentication login lists Yes
Authentication Enable lists Yes
Authentication HTTP lists Yes
Authentication HTTPS lists Yes
Authentication Dot1x lists Yes
Accounting Exec lists Yes
Accounting Commands lists Yes
Login History 50
M5300 series - Platform Constants
Maximum number of remote Telnet connections 5
Maximum number of remote SSH connections 5
Number of MAC Addresses 32K
Number of VLANs 4K
VLAN ID Range 1 - 4093
Number of 802.1p Traffic Classes Standalone mode: 8 classes ; Stacking mode: 7 classes
IEEE 802.1x
Number of .1x clients per port

48
Number of LAGs 64 LAGs with up to 8 ports per group
Maximum multiple spanning tree instances 32
MAC based VLANS
Number supported
Yes
256
Number of log messages buffered 200
Static filter entries
Unicast MAC and source port
Multicast MAC and source port
Multicast MAC and destination port (only)

20
20
2048
Subnet based VLANs
Number supported
Yes
128
Protocol Based VLANs
Max number of groups
Max protocols
Yes
128
16
Maximum Multicast MAC Addresses entries 2K
Jumbo Frame Support
Max Size Supported
Yes
12k
Number of DHCP snooping bindings 32K
Number of DHCP snooping static entries 1024
LLDP-MED number of remote nodes
LLDP Remote Management address buffers
LLDP Unknown TLV address buffers
LLDP Organisationally Defined Large TLV buffers
LLDP Organisationally Defined Small TLV buffers
2 x Total switch port count
100
100
Total switch port count
12 x Total switch port count
Port MAC Locking
Dynamic addresses per port
Static addresses per port
Yes
4096
48
sFlow
Number of samplers
Number of pollers
Number of receivers

32
416
8
Radius
Max Authentication servers
Max Accounting servers

32
32
Number of Routes (v4/v6)
    IPv4 only SDM build 12256 SDM (System Data Management, or switch database)
    IPv4/IPv6 SDM build
        IPv4 routes 6112
        IPv6 routes 3072
    RIP application route scaling 512
    OSPF application route scaling Can be scaled to maximum number of routes
Number of routing interfaces (including port/vlan) 128
Number of static routes (v4/v6) 512/512
Routing Heap size
    IPv4 only SDM build 26M SDM (System Data Management, or switch database)
    IPv4/IPv6 SDM build 32M
OSPF
    Max OSPFv2 LSAs
        IPv4 only SDM build 36968 SDM (System Data Management, or switch database)
        IPv4/IPv6 SDM build 18536
    OSPFv2 max neighbors 400
    Max OSPFv3 LSAs 9416
    OSPFv3 max neighbors 400
    OSPFv3 max neighbors per interface 100
Tunnels
Number of configured v6-over-v4 tunnels
Number of automatic (6to4) tunnels
Number of 6to4 next hops

8
1
16
DHCP Server
Max number of pools
Total max leases

16
1024
DNS Client
Concurrent requests
Name server entries
Seach list entries
Static host entries
Cache entries
Domain search list entries

16
8
6
64
128
32
DHCPv6 Server
Max number of pools
DNS domain names within a pool
DNS server addresses within a pool
Delegated prefix definitions within a pool

16
58
10
Number of Host Entries (ARP/NDP)
    Device Hardware Capacity (v4/v6) 8K/4K
    IPv4 only SDM build 6K SDM (System Data Management, or switch database)
    IPv4/IPv6 SDM build (v4/v6) 4K/1K
    Static v4 ARP Entries 128
Number of ECMP Next Hops per Route 4
Total ECMP nexthops in Hardware 2048
IP Multicast
Number of IPv4/IPv6 Multicast Forwarding Entries
IGMP Group Memberships per system
DVMRP Neighbors
PIM-DM Neighbors
PIM-SM Neighbors
PIM-SM Static RP Entries
PIM-SM Candidate RP Group Range Entries
PIM-SM SSM Range Entries
IGMP Sources processed per group per message

1K (512v4 256v6)
2K (each for v4 & v6)
256
256
256
5
20
5
200
ACL Limits
Maximum Number of ACLs (any type)
Maximum Number Configurable Rules per List
Maximum ACL Rules per Interface and Direction (IPv4/L2)
Maximum ACL Rules per Interface and Direction (IPv6)
Maximum ACL Rules (system-wide)
Maximum ACL Logging Rules (system-wide)

100
1023 ingress / 511 egress
1023 ingress / 511 egress
1021 ingress / 509 egress
16384
128
COS Device Characteristics
Configurable Queues per Port
Configurable Drop Precedence Levels

Standalone mode: 8 queues ; Stacking mode: 7 queues
3
DiffServ Device Limits
Number of Queues (stk/non-stk)
Requires TLV to contain all policy instances combined
Max Rules per Class
Max Instances per Policy
Max Attributes per Instance
Max Service Interfaces (non-stk/stk)
Max Table Entries
Class Table
Class Rule Table
Policy Table
Policy Instance Table
Policy Attribute Table
Max Nested Class Chain Rule Count

Standalone mode: 8 queues ; Stacking mode: 7 queues
Yes
13
28
3
Standalone mode: 58 interfaces ; Stacking mode: 422 interfaces

32
192
64
640
1920
26
AutoVoIP number of voice calls 16
iSCSI Flow Acceleration
Max Monitored TCP Ports/IP Addresses
Max Sessions
Max Connections

16
192
192
LEDs
Per port Speed, Link, Activity
Per device Power, Fan status, Stack ID, Rear I/O bays
Physical Specifications
Dimensions 440 x 391 x 43 mm (17.3 x 15.4 x 1.7 in)
Weight
M5300-28G
M5300-52G
M5300-28GF3

6.3 kg (13.89 lb)
6.8 kg (14.99 lb)
5.4 kg (11.91 lb)
Power Consumption
Worst case, all ports used, line-rate traffic, max PoE
M5300-28G, M5300-28GF3
M5300-52G

55W (240VAC@63Hz) max
79W (240VAC@63Hz) max
Environmental Specifications
Operating:
Temperature
Humidity
Altitude

32° to 122°F (0° to 50°C)
90% maximum relative humidity, non-condensing
10,000 ft (3,000 m) maximum
Storage:

Temperature
Humidity
Altitude

– 4° to 158°F (–20° to 70°C)
95% maximum relative humidity, non-condensing
10,000 ft (3,000 m) maximum
Electromagnetic Emissions and Immunity
Certifications CE mark, commercial
FCC Part 15 Class A, VCCI Class A
Class A EN 55022 (CISPR 22) Class A
Class A C-Tick
EN 50082-1
EN 55024
Safety
Certifications CE mark, commercial
CSA certified (CSA 22.2 #950)
UL listed (UL 1950)/cUL IEC 950/EN 60950
Package Content
All models ProSafe® M5300 series switch
Power cord
Rubber footpads for tabletop installation
Rubber caps for the SFP and SFP+ sockets
Rack-mounting kit
Mini-USB to USB cable for console
Resource CD with links to online documentation, installation guides, software manual, CLI admin guide, Web GUI management guide
Optional Modules and Accessories
All models: Ordering SKU:
    AFM735 100Base-FX SFP GBIC (Multimode) AFM735-10000S
    AGM731F 1000Base-SX SFP GBIC (Multimode) AGM731F
    AGM732F 1000Base-LX SFP GBIC (Single mode) AGM732F
    AXC761 10GSFP+ Cu (passive) SFP+ to SFP+ Direct Attach Cable 1m AXC761-10000S
    AXC763 10GSFP+ Cu (passive) SFP+ to SFP+ Direct Attach Cable 3m AXC763 -10000S
    AXC753 10GSFP+ Cu (passive) SFP+ to XFP Direct Attach Cable 3m AXC753-10000S
    AXM761 10GBase-SR SFP+ GBIC (OM3 Multimode) AXM761-10000S
    AXM761 (Pack of 10 units) 10GBase-SR SFP+ GBIC (OM3 Multimode) AXM761P10-10000S
    AXM762 10GBase-LR SFP+ GBIC (Single mode) AXM762-10000S
    AXM762 (Pack of 10 units) 10GBase-LR SFP+ GBIC (Single mode) AXM762P10-10000S
    AXM763 10GBase-LRM SFP+ GBIC (Long Reach Multimode, OM1, OM2 or OM3) AXM763-10000S
    AX742 48 Gigabit Stacking Kit (2 I/O modules AX744 + 1m CX4 stacking cable) (v1h3) AX742
    AXC743 Infiniband CX4 Cable 3m (secured pull points) AXC743-10000S
    AX743 10Gigabit SFP+ I/O Module (10GBase-X) AX743-10000S
    AX744 10Gigabit CX4 I/O Module (10Gbase-CX4) AX744-10000S
    AX745 10Gigabit RJ45 I/O Module (10GBase-T) AX745-10000S
    RPS4000 External / Redundant Power Supply (up to four switches) RPS4000-100NES/AJS
    APS1000W Power Module for RPS4000 APS1000W-100NES/AJS
    RPS5412 Optimal Power® Redundant Power Supply (one switch) RPS5412-100NAS/EUS/AJS
M5300-28GF3
AGM734

1000Base-T RJ45 SFP GBIC
AGM734-10000S
M5300-28G, M5300-52G, M5300-28GF3
APS135W

Modular Power Supply
APS135W-10000S
Warranty and Support
ProSafe Lifetime Warranty† Included, lifetime
ProSupport Lifetime 24x7 Advanced Technical Support* Included, lifetime
Next Business Day onsite hardware replacement support** Included, 3 years
ProSupport Service Packs
3-year Next Business Day hardware replacement contract (applicable where next business day onsite hardware replacement is not available)
M5300-28G, M5300-28GF3
XPressHW, Category 3

PRR0333 service contract
M5300-52G
XPressHW, Category 4

PRR0334 service contract
Ordering Information
M5300-28G
Americas, Europe
Asia Pacific
Layer 3 license upgrade, worldwide

GSM7228S-100NES
GSM7228S-100AJS
GSM7228L-10000S (Electronic SKU: license key delivered by email)

V1H1
V1H1
M5300-52G
Americas, Europe
Asia Pacific
Layer 3 license upgrade, worldwide

GSM7252S-100NES
GSM7252S-100AJS
GSM7252L-10000S (Electronic SKU: license key delivered by email)

V1H1
V1H1
M5300-28GF3
Americas, Europe
Asia Pacific

GSM7328FS-200NES
GSM7328FS-200AJS

V2H1
V2H1

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