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The xStack DGS-3620 Series is equipped with robust features that fulfill the most demanding network’s needs for voice and video streaming. Stackable up to 12 units under a single IP, the switches are able to provide a total of up to 576Gbps aggregated bandwidth fixed-in. To help secure your network, the D-Link Safeguard Engine helps prevent Denial-of-Service (DoS) attacks while the Access Control List (ACL) enhances network security. The DGS-3620 Series is equipped with industry standard management features including easy-to-use CLI and web-based administrator interfaces. D-Link provides these features on a scalable platform, increasing your company’s productivity while protecting your investment.
The xStack DGS-3620 Series provides current IPv4 networks with a simple migration path to IPv6 and protects your investment for future network upgrades when greater security and larger addressing are required. Basic static routing such as RIP and RIPv2 are supported for small network routing applications. Advanced routing protocols such as OSPF and equal cost routing are supported for load balancing and building a scalable network.
Each switch in the xStack DGS-3620 Series has four optional SFP+ Ports to install compatible modules for stacking provide up to 40Gbps data stacking backplane while in full-duplex mode. This enhances your overall network performance for switches transmitting large fi les such as graphics or pictures. Under stacking mode, the switches are hot-swappable. This means that in a stack confi guration, any of the switches can be replaced or removed without affecting the network. There is no need to reconfigure a replacement switch; just give the new switch the same stack number ID as the old switch and the network will carry the same confi guration as before. This minimizes network downtime and maximizes the productivity of your business. Also, to facilitate network administration, cross stack port mirroring and port trunking are supported.
The DGS-3620 Series incorporates advanced mechanisms to detect an attack against the central processing unit of the switch and to take corrective action on the attacking interface. When a DoS attack is waged against any of the DGS-3620 switches, the D-Link Safeguard Engine detects the threat and prevents overload of the CPU, thus ensuring network integrity and helping to maintain open network bandwidth channels.