Description: Equipped with 802.1w rapid spanning tree, 9,216 bytes of jumbo frames and 768K multicast routes, the Arista DCS-7280QRA-C36S-F is all about efficiency. It comprises 1900W AC power supplies. There are 128 ports per LAG in this device.
|1 year Networking-Hardware Warranty Included
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|We offer repair service for the DCS-7280QRA-C36S-F.
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The Arista DCS-7280QRA-C36S-F is its 7000 series of data center switchs router. This router is designed with bi-directional forwarding detection, 802.3x flow control, 802.1w rapid spanning tree and more features to ensure efficiency. Security features like MAC security, ARP trapping and rate limiting, ACL deny logging, control plane protection and others are included in the device to prioritize safety in data centers. The size of the Arista router is about 19 x 1.75 x 20.6 inches, which weighs about 23.6 lbs. The typical and maximum power draw of the device is 419 W and 570 W while the power supply is 1900W AC. Hence, this router makes sure energy efficiency is maintained to reduce the budget in the long run. This router provides 1.44 Bpps of packets per second. The latency from 3.8 us at 3.84 Tbps throughput is all about its high-end performance. There are 768K MAC addresses, IPv4 host routes, and IPv6 unicast host routes in this data center switch router. The IPv4 unicast LPM routes are over 1M and there are 928K IPv6 unicast LPM routes. It comes with 24K ACL entries per forwarding engine and up to 768K multicast routes. All these features make sure it offers maximum utilization of your network requirements. Layer 3 of this Arista DCS-7280QRA-C36S-F is designed with static routes, bi-directional forwarding detection and other advanced features. For system scalability, this router is designed with 1152 link aggregation groups, virtual output queueing, 9,216 bytes of jumbo frames, distributed scheduler and other features.
Native KVM/QEMU support Zero touch provisioning Management over IPv6 Multicast source discovery protocol Unicast reverse path forwarding