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.
|Ports||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.
Hi, is there a way to set a default gateway for the Management Interface - or is the accesss only possible from the same network Segment? By Sebastian.Schubert on October 19, 2020
Hello, the s3900 management port is not isolated from the service interface, so you only need to write a default route. For example: IP route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 10.32.133.254 By FS on October 20, 2020
My switches are running the most recent release of the software available, but the ssh server implementation is so ancient that it cannot interoperate with even a four-year-old Ubuntu 16.04 client. When can this be fixed? By Garrett.Wollman on August 26, 2020
Hello, our switch supports ssh2.0, please describe in detail "the implementation of sh server is so old". Asymmetric encryption support: RSA1, DSA2 Symmetric encryption support: AES-128, AES-192, AES-256, 3DES, des_cbc, Blowfish HASH support: MD5, SHA1 By FS on August 27, 2020
After the S3900 switches are stacked, the device has lost the stacking port. What is the reason? By henson on June 19, 2020
After the S3900 switch is successfully stacked and you check the port status through the commands, the two stacking ports of the device will disappear which is a normal situation. It is mainly to prevent misoperation. Please don't worry. By FS on June 19, 2020
Why is the calendar set time of the switch restored after restarting? By Emoef on June 18, 2020
The time of calendar set is not saved in the configuration file so it will not continue counting after the device is turned off. It is recommended to use the ntp service to synchronize the system time, so that after the switch restarts, you only need to set the next restart time, and don‘t need to set the system time again. By FS on June 18, 2020
If the master is down, it will re-elect, the election process is the same as the first stack. If it is a slave downtime, there will be no impact. By FS on June 16, 2020
Can the stacking and LACP functions of the S3900 be used together? By Helfer on June 15, 2020
Yes, after the S3900 switches are stacked, they are logically one device and can implement LACP with other devices. By FS on June 15, 2020
Hello, why do I fail to upload firmware to the S3900 switch when upgrading the switch? By Dennis Haislip on June 12, 2020
The S3900 series switches only support a maximum of 2 firmwares. Please use the command dir to check whether there are currently two firmwares. If so, you need to delete one and add the new one. If there is only one, please check whether the firmware is damaged. It is recommended to download and install again. By FS on June 12, 2020
Does the S3900 switch support https import certificates? By Shuford on June 11, 2020
Yes, but there are some requirements for the size of the certificate, the maximum is 5KB and the key is 2KB. By FS on June 11, 2020
When configuring QinQ, how many QinQ can be configured for each port? By Jimmina on June 10, 2020
The S3900 series are the access layer switches, which have certain restrictions on the hardware, so the maximum entry for QinQ is 24 per port. By FS on June 10, 2020
I'm currently evaluating your products for our own infrastructure. I think that your S3900-24T4S could be a good solution for our needs. I need 8 switch to popolate our racks and providing access connectivity to our servers. The main issue is that I also need 2 core switch for connecting the access layer each other and uplink to the network perimeter. I've not found in your catalog a switch model that couldd be used for this scope.We have in plan to upgrade the network with more advanced features in the next future so, for now, I'm investigating the market for an affordable solution. I'm evaluating ubiquity products becaue this vendor has a 12 SFP+ ports available in its catalogue. By Popovich on June 9, 2020
Hello, i see you need a solution for your network; our tech and salers can help you design your whole network solution with best quality and price. And we recommend the S3900-24T4S for you to connect to the server. The function of the core switch is more abundant than that of the access layer switch. So as for the core switch, we recommend S5800-8TF12S for the core switch. By FS on June 9, 2020