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RG-S6150-24VS8CQ-X 24-Port 10GE All-Optical Layer 3 Managed Core & Aggregation Switch, 100G Uplink

Core or aggregation switch for small and medium-sized networks, supporting the smooth evolution to 25G campus networks

Highlight Features
  • Rich port types, 24 x 10G optical ports, and 8 x 40G/100G optical ports for uplink
  • VSU virtualization, flexible networking and high performance
  • Hardware redundancy, guaranteed service continuity and network connectivity
  • Layer 3 routing control, adaptive to multiple services, efficient and guaranteed data transmission
  • Network security policies and real-time monitoring, delivering enhanced network robustness
  • Paired with INC for simplified and efficient O&M
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Layer 3 10GE All-Optical Core & Aggregation Switch

Core switch for small and medium-sized networks, or aggregation switch for large networks, with 24 x 25G service ports and eight 100G uplink ports
Flexible access capabilities, which fully cater to the requirements of high-performance networks, supporting smooth evolution to 25G campus networks

VSU Virtualization, Flexible Networking and High Performance

Millisecond Failover

High Scalability

Simplified Networking

The VSU connects to peripherals through an aggregate link, realizing service switching in milliseconds upon a failure.

Hardware Redundancy, Guaranteed Service Continuity
and Network Connectivity

Hot-Swappable Power Modules + Intelligent Fan Modules

Hardware-Level Boot Redundancy

Optical Port Fault Isolation

Power modules can be replaced without affecting device operation. Intelligent fan speed regulation is supported for efficient cooling,
providing dual protection for the network.

Layer 3 Routing Control, Adaptive to Multiple Services, Efficient and
Guaranteed Data Transmission

IPv4 and IPv6 Protocols

Abundant Multicast Protocols

Static and Dynamic Routing

The hardware supports dual stack for high-speed switching, catering to the requirements of campus network transition from IPv4 protocol to IPv6 protocol,
with significant improvement in address table capacity and network security.

Network Security Policies and Real-Time Monitoring, Delivering
Enhanced Network Robustness



Large amounts of data from different sources are handled by CPP first to prevent direct attacks on the CPU, ensuring CPU stability under high usage,
and achieving significant improvement in the device's security performance.

Managed by the INC Controller to Achieve Easy and Efficient O&M Management

The switch automatically completes registration and
configuration after it accesses the all-optical network, achieving
plug and play, no commissioning and fast onboarding.
A switch can be flexibly replaced based on service needs
without reconfiguration. Service ports supports auto-sensing,
achieving automatic O&M.

Fast Onboarding

Zero Touch Replacement


Hardware Specifications

Hareware Specifications



Interface Specifications

Fixed port

24 x 10GE/25GE (license required for 25G*) SFP28 ports

8 x 40GE/100GE QSFP28 ports

48 x 10GE/25GE (license required for 25G*) SFP28 ports

8 x 40GE/100GE QSFP28 ports

Fan module

4 x fan modules

3+1 redundancy, at least three fan modules required for the system

Fan speed regulating and fault alarming

Power module

2 x hot-swappable power modules

Fixed management port

1 x MGMT port, 1 x console port, and 1 x USB 2.0 port

System Specifications

System switching capacity

2.8 Tbps

4 Tbps

Number of MAC addresses

Number of global MAC addresses: 128,000 (default)

Number of static MAC addresses: 10,000

Number of global MAC addresses: 128,000 (default)

Number of static MAC addresses: 10,000

ARP table size

96,000 (default)

96,000 (default)

ND table size

80,000 (default)

80,000 (default)

Number of IPv4 unicast routes

350,000 (default)

350,000 (default)

Number of IPv4 multicast routes



Number of IPv6 unicast routes

65,000 (default)

65,000 (default)

Number of IPv6 multicast routes



Number of ACEs

Ingress: 28,000


Number of IGMP groups


Number of MLD groups


Number of VSU members



Number of VRFs



Dimensions and Weight

Dimensions (W x D x H)

442 mm x 387 mm x 44 mm (17.40 in. x 15.24 in. x 1.73 in.)

442 mm x 387 mm x 44 mm (17.40 in. x 15.24 in. x 1.73 in.)

Weight (four fan modules and two power modules at full load)

10 kg (22.05 lbs)

10 kg (22.05 lbs)

CPU and Storage


2.2 GHz quad-core processor

2.2 GHz quad-core processor



8 GB flash memory


8 GB flash memory

Data packet buffer

35 MB

35 MB

Power and Consumption

Maximum power consumption

270 W

300 W

Maximum output power

PA550I II-F:

90–264 V AC or 100–240 VAC, 550 W

PA550I II-F:

90–264 V AC or 100–240 VAC, 550 W

Rated input voltage

AC input: 100 V AC to 240 V AC

Frequency: 50/60 Hz

HVDC input: 240 V DC

Maximum input voltage

AC input: 90 V AC to 264 V AC

HVDC input: 192 V DC to 288 V DC

Environment and Reliability


> 200,000 hours

> 200,000 hours

Primary airflow

Front-to-rear airflow

Operating temperature

0°C to 45°C (32°F to 113°F)

Storage temperature

–40°C to +70°C (–40°F to +158°F)

Operating humidity

10% RH to 90% RH (non-condensing)

Storage humidity

5% RH to 95% RH (non-condensing)

Maximum operating altitude

5000 m (16404.20 ft.)

5000 m (16404.20 ft.)

Interface surge protection

Telecom port: 4 kV (MGMT port)

Telecom port: 4 kV (MGMT port)


RG-S6150-X Series



Ethernet switching

Jumbo frame (maximum length: 9,216 bytes)

IEEE 802.1Q (supporting 4K VLANs)

Maximum number of VLANs that can be created: 4,094

Voice VLAN

Super-VLAN and private VLAN

MAC address-based, port-based, protocol-based, and IP subnet-based VLAN assignment


Basic QinQ and selective QinQ

STP (IEEE 802.1.d), RSTP (IEEE 802.1w), and MSTP (IEEE 802.1s)

ERPS (G.8032)

LACP (IEEE 802.3ad)


IP service

Static and dynamic ARP

DHCP server, DHCP client, DHCP relay, and DHCP snooping


DHCPv6 server, DHCPv6 client, DHCPv6 relay, and DHCPv6 snooping

Neighbor Discovery (ND) and ND snooping

GRE tunnel

IP routing

Static routing

SVI: 4k supported

RIP and RIPng

OSPFv2 and OSPFv3


IS-ISv4 and IS-ISv6

BGP4 and BGP4+

Equal and Weighted Cost Multi-Path (ECMP)

Packet-based and flow-based load balancing


Stateless auto configuration




IGMPv1/v2/v3 and IGMP proxy

IGMPv1/v2/v3 snooping

IGMP filtering and IGMP fast leave


PIM-SSM for IPv4 and IPv6

MSDP for inter-domain multicast


MLD snooping



Multicast source IP address check

Multicast source port check

Multicast querier



6PE/6VPE interconnection with IPv4/IPv6 MPLS backbone network

MPLS MIB (RFC1273, 4265, 4382)

ACL and QoS

Standard IP ACLs (hardware ACLs based on IP addresses)

Extended IP ACLs (hardware ACLs based on IP addresses or TCP/UDP port numbers)

Extended MAC ACLs (hardware ACLs based on source MAC addresses, destination MAC addresses, and optional Ethernet type)

Expert-level ACLs (hardware ACLs based on flexible combinations of the VLAN ID, Ethernet type, MAC address, IP address, TCP/UDP port number, protocol type, and time range)

Time-based ACLs

ACL80 and IPv6 ACL

ACL redirection

Port traffic identification

Port traffic rate limiting

802.1p/DSCP/ToS traffic classification

Traffic classification based on 802.1p priorities, DSCP priorities, and IP precedences

Congestion management: RR, SP, WRR, DRR, WFQ, SP+WRR, SP+DRR, and SP+WFQ

Congestion avoidance: tail drop, RED, and WRED

Eight queues on each port

Rate limiting in each queue




Filtering of invalid MAC addresses

Broadcast storm suppression

BPDU guard

RADIUS authentication and authorization

Port- and MAC address-based 802.1x authentication

IEEE802.1X authentication, MAC address bypass (MAB) authentication, and interface-based and MAC address-based 802.1X authentication

Web authentication

Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS)

SSHv1 and SSHv2

Global IP-MAC binding


IPv6 addressing and Path MTU Discovery

Port isolation and port security

IP source guard


ARP spoofing prevention


Various attack defense functions including NFPP, ARP anti-spoofing, DHCP/DHCPv6 attack defense, ICMP attack defense, ND attack defense, IP scanning attack defense, and customizing attack defense packet types

3-tuple binding (IP address, MAC address, and port) ARP spoofing prevention

3-tuple binding (IPv6 address, MAC address, and port)

Filtering of invalid MAC addresses

MAB authentication

Portal authentication and Portal 2.0 authentication

ARP check


ARP packet rate limiting

Gateway ARP spoofing prevention

Broadcast storm suppression


BPDU guard

Loose and strict RPF

uRPF ignoring default routes



ERPS (G.8032)


RLDP, Layer 2 link connectivity detection, unidirectional link detection, and VLAN-based loop control

Data Link Detection Protocol (DLDP)

IPv4 VRRP v2/v3 and IPv6 VRRP


Link monitoring, fault notification, and remote loopback based on 802.3ah (EFM)

GR for RIP, OSPF, BGP, and other routing protocols

Power modules in 1+1 redundancy mode

Hot swapping of power modules and fan modules

Hot swapping of fan modules

Device virtualization


NMS and maintenance





SNMP v1/v2/c3

RMON (1, 2, 4, 9)

Various types of RMON groups, including event groups, alarm groups, history groups, and statistics groups, as well as private alarm extension groups

RMON used to implement Ethernet statistics, historical statistics, and alarm functions


Flow-based mirroring, and N:1 and 1:N port mirroring



OpenFlow Special 1.3

Flow table analysis defined by all protocols

Transmission of specified packets to the controller

Configuring the controller's IP address and port

Notifying port status changes to the controller

CLI (Telnet/console), SSH, Syslog, SNMP over IPv6, Telnet v6, FTP/TFTP v6, DNS v6, and NTP for IPv6

Ruijie Could-based management


EVPN VXLAN tunnel establishment

LAN access to VXLAN

IPv4 over IPv4

Distributed gateway

IPv6 over IPv4

Using an SVI to connect to the VXLAN network

Using a routed interface to connect to the VXLAN network

Proxy ARP (replying with the actual MAC address))

ND proxy (replying with the actual MAC address)

ND reply (replying with the actual MAC address)


VXLAN static route

Anycast gateway

VXLAN bridging mode

VXLAN routing mode

Proxy ARP (replying with the gateway MAC address)

Configuring the UDP port number in VXLAN packets

Static VXLAN tunnel creation

Note: The item marked with the asterisk (*) will be available in the future.

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The switch, expansion module, power module, and other components can be ordered as needed. Before ordering an expansion module or power module, please contact the online customer service personnel for the latest support information about the module.




24 x 10G/25G SFP28 ports (default: 10G; the rate can be increased to 25G with a license.)

8 x 40G/100G QSFP28 ports

4 fan modules

2 power supply module slots

At least one RG-PA550I II-F power supply module needs to be purchased.


48 x 10G/25G SFP28 ports (default: 10G; the rate can be increased to 25G with a license.)

8 x 40G/100G QSFP28 ports

4 fan modules

2 power supply module slots

At least one RG-PA550I II-F power supply module needs to be purchased.


550 W AC power supply module


1000BASE-GT mini GBIC module


10G LC interface module (62.5/125 μm: 33 m; 50/125 μm: 66 m; 300-meter transmission at modal bandwidth of 2000 MHz·km), applicable to SFP+ ports


10G LC interface module (1310 nm), 10 km, applicable to SFP+ ports


10G LC interface module (1550 nm), 40 km, applicable to SFP+ ports


10G SFP+ fiber-optic cable, 1 m, including one cable and two interface modules


10G SFP+ fiber-optic cable, 3 m, including one cable and two interface modules


10G SFP+ fiber-optic cable, 5 m, including one cable and two interface modules


25G SFP28 module, MMF, max cabling distance: 100 m


25G SFP28 module, SMF, max cabling distance: 10 km


25G Base SFP+ fiber-optic cable (including modules on both ends), 5 m


40G SR multi-mode fiber module, applicable to QSFP+ ports (OM3/OM4 MPO connector, 8 core, 850-nm wave length, max cabling distance: 100 m(OM3), 150 m(OM4))

40G-QSFP-LR4 SM1310

40G LR single-mode fiber module, applicable to QSFP+ ports, max cabling distance:10 km (LC interface, 2 core, 1310-nm wave length)


40G QSFP+ fiber-optic cable, 5 m, including one cable and two interface modules


40G QSFP+ fiber-optic cable, 10 m, including one cable and two interface modules


100G SR fiber module, QSFP28 encapsulation, MPO connector, 850-nm wave length, max cabling distance: 100 m(OM4), 70 m (OM3)


100G LR fiber module, QSFP28 encapsulation, LC interface, 1310-nm wave length, max cabling distance: 10 km (SMF)


100G QSFP28 fiber-optic cable, 1 m, including one cable and two interface modules


100G QSFP28 fiber-optic cable, 5 m, including one cable and two interface modules


100G QSFP28 fiber-optic cable, 10 m, including one cable and two interface modules

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