Due to a series of complex factors like costs, lacking professional skills and uncertain future needs, the purchasing of network switches is usually tough, especially for small business network and home network. To fulfill these needs and help customers make a fast and right decision, FS provides S3900 series stackable switches including three models: S3900-24T4S, S3900-24F4S, and S3900-48T4S. All these switches are featured with rich Layer 2/2+ functions and can meet most enterprise campus, SMB, and even home networks’ demands for now and the future.
FS S3900 series switches are L2/L2+ managed switches that feature L3 routing, 10G speed, physical stacking and optional redundant external power unit, designed to meet the needs of the convergence or access layer. The switches come with 24 or 48 10/100/1000base-t ports and either 4 combo SFP/RJ45 ports or 4 additional 10G SFP+ uplink ports. Integrated with robust security and abundant management features, S3900 series switches offer a cost-effective solution for enterprise networks.
20x 1GB SFP, 4x Combo SFP and 4x 10GE SFP+ Ports
24x 100/1000BASE-T, 4x 10GE SFP+ Ports
48x 100/1000BASE-T, 4x 10GE SFP+ Ports
|Switching Capacity||128 Gbps||128 Gbps||176 Gbps|
|Forwarding Capacity||95 Mpps||95 Mpps||130 Mpps|
|Physical Stacking||Up to 6 Devices||Up to 6 Devices||Up to 6 Devices|
|Airflow||Front to Back||Fanless||Left to Right|
|Max. Sound Level||52 dB||0 dB||54 dB|
|Power Supply||Dual Power||Dual Power||Dual Power|
|Max Power Consumption||43w||21w||45w|
The S3900 series switches are equipped with BCM56150/BCM56151 chip. The BCM chip provides the industry-leading integration and performance, ensuring fast data processing and stabilized performance for our S3900 series switches. Also, the S3900 series switches have passed the Ixia test which provides an out-of-service benchmarking methodology that evaluates the performance of network devices using throughput, back-to-back frames, frame loss rate, and latency tests to ensure your network a higher performance.
The S3900 series switches highlight the stacking function. Up to six-switch stack enables users to expand their network capacity and simplify device management greatly. And the switch stack can still work even if there is a link or unit fails, which can effectively improve the stability of the whole network. The stacking capabilities of the S3900 series switches are ideal for limited spaced deployment (especially for small business) due to their flexibility and availability.
Fanless design is another highlight of S3900 series switches. For those who suffer from device noise at home, libraries, hospitals, or clinics, the S3900-24T4S fanless switch offers the best solution. It ensures the noiseless operation and increases the reliability and energy efficiency of the system.
The S3900 series switches support a complete lineup of L2 features, including link aggregation control protocol (LACP), STP/RSTP/MSTP, 802.1Q VLAN, port mirror, RSPAN, ERPS, DHCP snooping and so on. Advanced IGMP snooping and MLD Snooping can save cost and improve network efficiency on delivering multicast traffic by ensuring multicast traffic only reaches designated receivers without the need of an extra multicast router. Any more, the S3900 series switches also support L2+ feature—unicast routing, multicast routing and ARP, which can reduce the network traffic burden and helps the traffic for more efficient use.
The S3900 series switches support various IPv6 functions such as IPv4/IPv6 dual protocol stack, IPv6 ACL, IPv6 IGMP snooping, DHCP over IPv6, etc. All these functions can guarantee more convenient management and make your network ready for the future update.
S3900 series switches are user-friendly and easy to use. They support industry-standard CLI (command line interface) and web-based user interface management, which is friendly to professionals or newbies. Besides, by using CLI, the SNMP and Dual Image enable faster setup and configuration with less downtime.
All of our S3900 series switches are equipped with 4-year warranty hardware service and a lifetime free upgrade for the software of your switches. If you get into trouble while using our S3900 series switches, FS will provide you a comprehensive set service for your switches at any time you want.
FS understands the importance of providing great choices of rich enterprise-level features, competitive cost and less complexity. The S3900 series Gigabit managed switches offer different switch ports like combo port, RJ45 port, SFP and SFP+ port, which can adapt to diverse enterprise network needs.
The fanless design can make you work in a relatively quiet environment and the S3900-24T4S switch is mostly deployed for small business or places where silence is needed.
With 4 combo SFP/RJ45 ports and 4 10Gb SFP+ uplinks, the S3900-24F4S switch can achieve both fiber and copper transmission. It also provides more comprehensive security and faster speed for enterprise networks.
With 4 10G SFP+ ports, the S3900-48T4S switch facilitates an easy transition to 10G networking and stacking connection for secure enterprise access deployment and smooth wireless.
If I configure a stack with two S3900 (S1 + S2), is it possible to use LACP with a client for redundancy purpose (e.g. server connected to S1_Port1 and S2_Port1 - so that one link or switch e.g. S1_Port1 or S1 can fail without connection issues)? By Pascal.Bubeck on April 29, 2020
Yes, the LACP can be achieved with a client for redundancy purpose after two S3900-24T4S switches are stacked. The specific operations of LACP can be referred on page 6 of the S3900 Series Configuration Guide and the stacking can be referred on page 134. By FS on April 30, 2020
Can the switch be configured to block DHCP (udp port 67-68) in and out on only 1 port while allowing all other traffic on that port? By Frederick.Buzzell on March 17, 2020
Yes, the S3900-24T4S switch can meet your need well. When the switch implements the above configuration, DHCP information can be filtered out. At this point, no matter what IP address DHCP obtains, as long as the traffics are obtained through DHCP, they will be completely filtered out. The specific configuration guide can be referred on page 137 of the S3900 Series Switches CLI Reference Guide . By FS on March 18, 2020
I tried a lot of ways to open the S3900-24T4S Switch Visio Stencils, but I failed. Could you tell me how to open it? By Sager on February 20, 2020
Hello, you could download the Microsoft Office and choose the VisioPro on the “Main Window” of the Office, then you could open this visio stencils. For more information, welcome to contact firstname.lastname@example.org By FS on February 20, 2020
Just wondering if you can confirm that the LACP link aggregation on your switches is fully compatible with HP Procurve switches? I have existing 5412zl and 2510G switches that I'm looking to connect to your S3900-24T4S and possibly S5800 series. Basically looking to add the FS switches to allow 10G fibre connections and aggregate 1G to existing switching. What is the max links that can be aggregated? By Erdman on February 17, 2020
Yes, S3900 series and S5800 series switches are compatible with your HP Procurve switches because LACP is a public standard protocal and our devices support it. The max aggregated links of S3900 series is 8 and S5800 series is 16. By FS on February 18, 2020
Does this switch support QinQ and vlan translation? By Gepack on February 11, 2020
Yes, S3900-24T4S supports QinQ and vlan translation. And all #S39 and S58 series switches support both QinQ and vlan translation. By FS on February 12, 2020
Can you forward multiple vlans to another device connected to an sfp port? By Gary.Ogden on January 24, 2020
Yes, our S3900-24T4S switch could support the creation of up to 4096 vlans, which could meet your need for forwarding multiple vlans to another device connected to an SFP port. By FS on January 31, 2020
Does the sfp+ port support syncing on 2.5G? By Gary.Ogden on January 24, 2020
Our S3900-24T4S switch does not support slowing down the 10G SFP+ port to 2.5G. For any further questions, just feel free to contact email@example.com. By FS on January 31, 2020
set-up a port-mirror on the switch By Ajay.Sharma on November 14, 2019
Hello, S3900 series switches support port-based isolation. The detailed configuration guide, please kindly check the page 415 of the S3900 Series CLI Reference Guide. By FS on November 16, 2019
Is this switch available with DC power supplies? By Tim.Nowaczyk on October 2, 2019
The S3900-24T4S switch is not available with DC power supplies. It is equipped with 2 built-in AC power supplies by default. If you need the switches with DC power, FS S58 series switches (except the S5850-48T4Q) can provide the DC power modules. By FS on October 3, 2019
Hello. Does the equipment have Trunk Capabilities? If so does it support Dot1Q. Thank you and have a great day! By ITETINET.ITETINET on September 20, 2019
The S3900-24T4S switch supports Trunk and Dot1Q. You can get the detailed configuration guide in the Web Management Manual and CLI Reference Guide. By FS on September 23, 2019