Campus Switching Architecture
Dell switches networking N-series are based on a modern architecture of campus networks
Support loop redundancy without the use of STP by using MLAG protocol to create increased access to resources and high bandwidth.
Smooth interoperability with existing infrastructure for greater compatibility and integration.
Combining a variety of network products with the latest open standards protocol for more choice in network.
Campus architecture on Dell switches based on functional MLAG protocol launched in version 6.1 operating system, Dell Switches. In this architecture, the two switches N4064F as peers aggregate access switches, which are combined in two stacks as well as peers. Each stack switch maintains a portion of one floor in the building of the campus, which is aggregated with two 10Gbit / c uplink'ami. N4064F aggregation layer switches easily support up to 24 stacks of switches. This architecture provides improved bandwidth, overcoming limitations STP to block redundant ports. Network is designed with a high redundancy in terms of link failure and switches.