Explore How S3400 Series Switches Accelerate Your Business Outcomes

Posted on Nov 13, 2023 by

With the continuous development of the digital age, network topologies are becoming increasingly complex. The need for higher data transmission speeds is growing, and network security concerns are becoming more prominent. Enterprises, educational institutions, and organizations demand enhanced performance, reliability, and security from their network infrastructure. The FS S3400 series switches are well-equipped to meet these demands for campus network deployments, providing superior performance, security, cost-effectiveness, and more.

FS S3400 Series Switches Overview

The S3400 Series, full gigabit Ethernet PoE+ switches, is a new-generation intelligent access switch designed for enterprise networks. It offers a variety of port configurations, ranging from 24 to 48 ports and supports IEEE 802.3af PoE and IEEE 802.3at PoE+ (up to 30W per port). With high-performance hardware and the FSOS platform, it provides features like ACL, QinQ, and QoS. The switches also support various management modes and flexible installation methods to adapt to complex scenarios, making them a cost-effective solution for the carrier's IP MAN and enterprise networks.


Best Choice for 1G PoE Switches

Various Types of Ports Meet Requirements in Multiple Scenarios

The S3400 series switches provide gigabit port configuration, with options for 24 to 48 ports, each providing Gigabit speed to power connected IP phones, wireless access points, and other PoE or PoE+ compatible end network devices. Users also can choose between single or dual power supply options. Additionally, the S3400-24T4SP and S3400-48T6SP models provide 10G uplink data connectivity capabilities, allowing seamless connections to higher-layer devices.

Increase Port Density and Simplify Management

The S3400-24T4SP and S3400-48T6SP PoE+ are all stackable PoE switches supporting stacking of up to 8 units with the same models or different models. Once stacked, all the PoE+ switches operate together as a single logical device, manageable through a single IP address. This significantly simplifies the network management and deployment processes. Furthermore, stacking enhances the scalability of the entire network and improves failover handling ability.

Enhances Efficiency and Reduces Power Consumption with Smart PoE+

The S3400 series switches support Smart PoE+ with the IEEE 802.3af/at PoE standards, which automatically detect and provide the required power for your PoE devices, thereby minimizing unnecessary power consumption. This helps reduce electricity costs, enhance energy efficiency, and reduce the environmental footprint. Besides, it improves the performance of network devices by delivering up to 30W of power per port, ensuring they have sufficient power when needed, thus boosting overall efficiency.

 Smart PoE+

Simple and Easy Network Maintenance

The S3400 series switches support various types of management features such as SNMP, RMON, and SFLOW for routine diagnosis and easy maintenance. Network managers can use multiple management methods such as Telnet, SSH, CLI, and Web for convenient maintenance and network management without additional cost.


Professional Testing Ensures Product Reliability

FS boasts a professional laboratory capable of recreating customers' network environments to test the performance of products in practical application. The S3400 series switches have all passed Ixia testing, ensuring consistent and reliable performance, meeting the highest industry standards for quality and reliability.

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Your Path to Reliable Network Solutions

With the continuous advancement of informatization, campus network construction has become a crucial foundation for the digital transformation of campuses. The increasing demands for various systems within the campus have made the conventional approach of adding cabling for each new system inadequate to meet the evolving requirements of system development. A fresh networking approach is needed to break this pattern. FS has implemented a three-tier architecture solution, deploying the S3400 series managed PoE switches and S3150-8T2FP PoE switches at the access layer for connecting wireless APs and simplifying the deployment of AP device power supply. This virtual deployment of dual switches, extensible architecture and intelligent O&M offers a simple, flexible, and high-performance network for serving all scenarios on campus.

 Reliable Network Solutions

Choose the Right FS S3400 Series Switch for Your Network

Switch Model S3400-24T4FP S3400-24T4SP S3400-48T6SP S3400-48T4SP
RJ45 Ports 24x 100/1000BASE-T 24x 100/1000BASET 48x 100/1000BASE-T 48x 100/1000BASE-T
Fiber Ports 4x 1G SFP (4 Combo) 4x 10G SFP+ 6x 10G SFP+ 4x 10G SFP+
Management Layer L2+ L2+ L2+ L2+
Switch chip RTL8382M RTL9301 RTL9311 VSC7448
Supported stack members / 8 8 /
Switching capacity 56 Gbps 128 Gbps 216 Gbps 176 Gbps
Forwarding rate 42 Mpps 96 Mpps 162 Mpps 132 Mpps
PoE power budget 370W 370W 370W 370W
Power supply 1 Bulid-in 1 Bulid-in 2 (1AC+1DC) 2 (1AC+1DC)
Fan number 3 Built-in 2 Built-in 3 Built-in 4 Built-in
Airflow Left-to-Right Left-to-Right Left-to-Right Left-to-Right
Acoustic noise 45dB 37.5dB 34.1dB 51.8dB


The FS S3400 series switches excel in scalability, security, and reliability, making them well-equipped to meet the ever-growing network demands. Whether you need to upgrade your existing network or build new network infrastructure, the S3400 series switches are a worthwhile choice. They are reliable partners in modern networks, capable of satisfying your performance, reliability, and security requirements.

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