Modernize the Campus

N-Series – Modernize and scale 
N-Series is a family of energy efficient, cost-effective 1GbE and 10GbE switches designed for modernizing and scaling network infrastructure. N-Series switches utilize a comprehensive enterprise-class L2/L3 feature set, deliver consistent, simplified management and offer high availability device and network design. For greater interoperability in multivendor networks, all N-Series switches offer the latest open standard protocols and include technology to interface with Cisco protocols.

C-Series – Manage expansion with maximum uptime

The Dell Networking C-Series delivers a robust, highly-available foundation with versatile, high performance modular switches for demanding enterprise and end-user environments. The C-Series features modular, fully-redundant 1/10/40 GbE switches designed with flexible connectivity, dependable operation and proven software for enterprises, mid-market, and data center environments. Achieve high-performance aggregation and back-end infrastructure for end-user mobility, reducing bottlenecks and congestion with high density 10GbE and 40GbE operation.

W-Series – Modernize the wireless edge with wire-like speeds

Dell W-Series Gigabit Wireless Access Points deliver unprecedented data rates up to 1.3Gbps for end-to-end wireless infrastructure solutions utilizing the 802.11ac standard. Unlike other solutions that require an add-on module, these new access points were designed specifically for wireless Gigabit throughput and to simplify .ac wireless implementations. Learn how Dell W-AP224 access points dominate in 802.11ac performance in this Competitive Faceoff.

Product Pages

Dell Networking N4000 Series 

Dell Networking N3000 Series 

Dell Networking N2000 Series 

Dell Networking C-Series Switches

Dell Networking Wireless Solutions

Documentation Spec Sheets

Dell Networking N2000 Series spec sheet

Dell Networking N3000 Series spec sheet

Dell Networking N4000 Series spec sheet

Dell Networking C-Series spec sheet

Dell Networking Wireless 220 Series Access Points spec sheet

 

OS 6

The new OS 6 incorporates enterprise-class features and resiliency to provide a major upgrade for your network infrastructure. Built on a carrier-grade Linux kernel, it enables a single code base across the Dell Networking N-Series and further simplifies deployments by applying and processing configurations identically across the N-Series switch families. Learn more at the Dell Networking OS 6 support page

Tech Specs

  • Multi-chassis Link Aggregation (MLAG)

    Creates active/active loop-free redundancy without implementing expensive spanning tree protocols

  • RPVST+ interoperability

   Interface with Cisco protocols such as RPVST+ (upon release of Dell Networking OS 6.1) and                devices using CDP.

  • Authentication Tiering

   Tier port authentication methods, such as 802.1x, MAC Authentication Bypass, and Captive Portal in        priority order so that a single port can provide flexible access and security.

  • Policy Based Routing (PBR)

   Forward packets based on assigned criteria beyond destination address. Policy Based Forwarding           (PBF) is available on Layer 2 devices.

  • Remote Switch Port Analyzer (RSPAN)

           Monitor ports across a Layer 2 domain without purchasing costly dedicated network taps.

 

Technical Guides
Dell Networking N-Series Policy Based Routing (PBR)
Using Policy Based Routing (PBR) and Access Control Lists (ACL) in a virtualized network with Dell Networking N-Series switches and Dell Networking OS 6.

Dell Networking N-Series Multi Chassis LAG (MLAG)
Using Multi Chassis LAG (MLAG) on Dell Networking N-Series switches and Dell Networking OS 6.

Dell Networking N-Series Payment Card Industry (PCI) Best Practices
Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standards (DSS) best practices how-to guide document for protecting privacy and confidentiality using N-Series switches.