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RG-N18014-E High-density Large-buffer Core Switch for Cloud Architecture Network

Fit for data centers, MANs, campus networks, and scenarios with data centers and campus networks



Highlight Features

  • Clos orthogonal architecture, delivering non-blocking forwarding and high-speed transmission without packet loss
  • RGOS, a fully-decoupled modular operating system, providing independent components and nonstop services
  • Multiple hardware-level protection, offering carrier-class reliability and ensuring continuous operation without downtime
  • Fan connections in in-line mode and innovative Y-shaped airflow, improving heat dissipation efficiency and enhancing system reliability
  • Support for SDN, achieving raid deployment and automated O&M for campus networks

High-density Core Switch for Cloud Architecture Network

Up to 52 x 10GE ports and 12 x 100GE ports per line card, and up to 768 x 10GE ports and 96 x 100GE ports per switch
Fit for data centers, MANs, campus networks, and scenarios with data centers and campus networks

Front Panel

Rear Panel

Eight line card slots,
supporting at most eight line cards
Line cards for your reference:
8 x SFX 10GE ports
(CWDM line card for core switches, applicable to SOE solution 3.0)
8 x SFG GE ports
(CWDM line card for core switches, applicable to SOE solution 3.0)
Large-capacity carrier card for authentication, supporting two DNMX interface cards
20 x 10GE optical ports
4 x 100GE optical ports

Clos Architecture, Delivering Non-Blocking Forwarding and High-Speed Transmission Without Packet Loss

All line cards and switch fabric modules adopt the orthogonal architecture. Cross-line card traffic is transmitted to switch fabric modules through orthogonal connectors, with low transmission loss. This greatly reduces signal attenuation and improves service traffic transmission efficiency.

RGOS, a Fully-Decoupled Modular OS, Providing Independent Components and Nonstop Services

Completely decoupled service components, allowing automatic recovery upon component failures and ensuring high availability of the system
Live upgrade of service component functions, ensuring uninterrupted network for online function expansion

High availability High availability
Fault elimination in seconds Fault elimination in seconds
Hot patch upgrade Hot patch upgrade
Low CPU usage Low CPU usage

Multiple Hardware Protection, Offering Carrier-class Reliability and Ensuring Continuous Operation Without Downtime

Hardware-level Dual Redundancy

Faulty Optical Port Isolation

Dual-boot at the hardware level
Two flash chips used to store boot software to achieve hardware-level boot redundancy, avoiding switch boot failures due to flash chip faults

Fan Connections in In-line Mode and Y-Shaped Airflow, Improving Heat Dissipation and Enhancing System Reliability

Compared with the conventional single fan, fans connected in in-line mode improve the performance by 50% and provide better airflow. Y-shaped airflow design with front and right air inlets and rear air outlets forms a three-dimensional heat dissipation channel, improving heat dissipation efficiency. The airflow of line cards and switch fabric modules is separated from each other, enhancing system reliability.

Supporting SDN, Providing Rapid Deployment and Automated O&M for Campus Networks

Lightweight access control with one-click approval, allowing fast and secure terminal access
Policy migration in the case of terminal mobility, improving network access efficiency
Visual display of network traffic, allowing fast fault location, and realizing rapid production network recovery through automated O&M
Customized exclusive virtual network, allowing networks to support services efficiently through flexible resource adjustment
One-click approval One-click approval
Policy migration Policy migration
Visualization Visualization
Virtualization Virtualization


Tips: Product information and performance will be affected by upgrade iteration, specific environment and other factors, so FAQ content is for reference only. For further information, please contact online support.


Технические характеристики

Hardware Specifications

Hardware Specifications



Interface Specifications

Power module



Fan module



Fixed management port

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

Supervisor module slot



Line card slot



Switch fabric module slot



System Specifications

Packet forwarding rate

14200 Mpps

21,000 Mpps

System switching capacity


28.8 Tbps

Number of MAC address

 Number of static MAC addresses

XA card: 4,000

XB card: 10,000

 Number of global MAC addresses

XA card: 96,000

XB card: 256,000

ARP table size

XA card: 40,000

XB card: 96,000

Number of IPv4 unicast routes

XA card: 64,000 (shared with IPv6 routes)

XB card: 350,000 (shared with IPv6 routes)

Number of IPv4 multicast routes

XA card: 4,000

XB card: 4,000

Number of IPv6 unicast routes

XA card: 15,000 (≤ 64 bytes, shared with IPv4 routes)

XB card: 65,000

Number of IPv6 multicast routes

XA card: 2,000

XB card: 2,000)

Number of ACEs

 XA card:

Ingress: 7,000

Egress: 1,500

 XA card:

Ingress: 28,000

Egress: 4,000

Number of VSU members



Dimensions and Weight

Dimensions (W x D x H)

442.5 x 560 x 442 mm (17.42 in. x 22.05 in. x 17.40 in.), 10 RU

482.6 x 570.7 x 605.1 mm (19.00 in. x 22. 47 in. x 23.82 in.), 14 RU

Weight (empty chassis and fan modules)

43.6 kg (96.12 lbs)

68.3 kg (150.58 lbs)

CPU and Storage


Supervisor module:

M18000E-CM : 2.2 GHz quad-core processor

Line card:

XA/XB/FE card: 2.2 GHz quad-core processor

Supervisor module:

M18000E-CM : 2.2 GHz quad-core processor

Line card:

XA/XB/FE card: 2.2 GHz quad-core processor


Supervisor module and line card:

Flash memory: 8 GB


Power and Consumption

Maximum power consumption

M18000E-CM: 60 W

M18000E-48GT4XS-XA: 85 W

M18000E-48SFP4XS-XA: 117 W

M18000E-24GT8SFP8XS-XA: 95 W

M18000E-32XS-XB: 149 W

M18000E-52XS-XB: 250 W

M18000E-12CQ-XB:240 W

M18010E-FE-X I: 50 W

M18000E-FE-X II: 160 W

M10C-FAN: 216 W

M18000E-CM: 60 W

M18000E-48GT4XS-XA: 85 W

M18000E-48SFP4XS-XA: 117 W

M18000E-24GT8SFP8XS-XA: 95 W

M18000E-32XS-XB: 149 W

M18000E-52XS-XB: 250 W

M18000E-12CQ-XB: 240 W

M18010E-FE-X I: 50 W

M18000E-FE-X II: 160 W

M14FAN-F: 360 W

Maximum output power

RG-PA600I: 600 W

RG-PD600I: 600 W


  90 to 180 V AC; 1,200 W

 180 to 264 V AC; power: 1,600 W

RG-PD1600I: 1,400 W

Rated input voltage

 RG-PA600I: 100–120 V, 200–240 V, 50/60 Hz

 RG-PD600I: –48 V DC

 RG-PA1600I: 100–120V, 200–240 V, 50/60 Hz

 RG-PD1600I: –48 V DC

Maximum input voltage

 RG-PA600I: 90–264 V, 47–63 Hz

 RG-PD600I: –40 V DC to –75 V DC

 RG-PA1600I: 90–264 V, 47–63 Hz

 RG-PD1600I: –40 V DC to –75 V DC

Environment and Reliability


≥ 200,000 hours

Primary airflow

Line card: Side-to-rear airflow

Supervisor module/FE: Front-to-rear airflow

Line card: Side-to-rear airflow

Supervisor module/FE: Front-to-rear airflow

Operating temperature

0°C to 50°C (37°F to 122°F)

Storage temperature

–40°C to +70°C (–40°F to +158°F)

Operating humidity

10% to 90% RH (non-condensing)

Storage humidity

5% to 95% RH (non-condensing)

Operating noise

55.9 dB at the temperature of 35°C (95°F)

73.4 dB at the temperature of 50°C (122°F)

55.9 dB at the temperature of 35°C (95°F)

73.4 dB at the temperature of 50°C (122°F)

Interface surge protection

Power port: 6 kV

Telecom port: 4 kV (MGMT port)

Power port: 6 kV

Telecom port: 4 kV (MGMT port)

Operating altitude

–500 m to +5,000 m (–1640.42 ft. to +16404.20 ft.)

oftware Specifications

RG-N18000-E Series



Ethernet Switching

Jumbo frame (maximum length: 9,216 bytes)

IEEE 802.3az EEE

IEEE 802.1Q (supporting 4K VLANs)

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)


IP Service

Static and dynamic ARP

DHCP client

DHCP relay

DHCP server

DHCP snooping


DHCPv6 client, DHCPv6 relay, and DHCPv6 snooping

Neighbor Discovery (ND) and ND snooping

IPv4 and IPv6 GRE tunnel

IPv6 manual tunnel, IPv6 automatic tunnel, and IPv6 ISATAP tunnel

IP Routing

Static routing

RIP and RIPng

OSPFv2 and OSPFv3


IS-ISv4 and IS-ISv6

BGP4 and BGP4+





IGMPv1/v2 snooping

IGMP proxy

IGMP fast leave

PIM-DM, PIM-SM, PIM-SSM, and other multicast routing protocols

Multicast static routing


MSDP for inter-domain multicast


MLDv1 snooping

Multicast source IP address check

Multicast source port check

Validity check of IGMP packets

Multicast querier





MPLS MIB (RFC 1273, 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)

ACL80 and IPv6 ACL

Applying ACLs globally (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)

ACL redirection

Port traffic identification

Port traffic rate limiting

IEEE 802.1p

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

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

Congestion avoidance: tail drop, RED, and WRED

Rate limiting based on the inbound or outbound interface

Eight queues on each port



RADIUS authentication, authorization, and accounting


IEEE 802.1X

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

ICMP (discarding ICMP packets of which the rate exceeds the threshold on an interface)

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

Loose and strict RPF

uRPF ignoring default routes



Rapid Link Detection Protocol (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 v3


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

1+1 redundancy for supervisor modules

N+M redundancy for power modules

Hot patching for online patch upgrade


BFD for VRRP/OSPF/BGP4/IS-IS/IS-ISv6/static routing

Hot swapping of supervisor modules, switch fabric modules, power modules, and fan modules

Device Virtualization


NMS and Maintenance


sFlow (network detection technology based on packet sampling, which is mainly used for traffic statistics and analysis in heavy-traffic scenarios)

N:1 mirroring, 1:N mirroring, and flow-based mirroring

VLAN mirroring


FTP, SFTP, TFTP, and Xmodem

SNMP v1/v2/c3

RMON (1, 2, 3, 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




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

Web-based NMS


EVPN VXLAN tunnel establishment

LAN access to VXLAN

IPv4 over IPv4

Distributed gateway

IPv6 over IPv6

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

Layer 2 VXLAN bridge

Layer 3 VXLAN gateway


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

Информация для заказа

Chassis and Supervisor Modules




RG-N18010-E chassis, eight line cards, two supervisor modules, and four SFUs


RG-N18014-E chassis, 12 line cards, two supervisor modules, and four SFUs


RG-N18000-E high-performance supervisor module

Power Modules and Fan Modules




RG-N18000-E power module (redundancy, AC, 600 W, 10 A)


RG-N18000-E power module (redundancy, DC, 600 W, 20 A)


RG-N18000-E power module (redundancy, AC, 1600 W, 16 A)


RG-N18000-E power module (redundancy, DC, 1400 W, 50 A)




M18010E-FE-X I

RG-N18010-E first-generation SFU

M18000E-FE-X II

RG-N18000-E second-generation SFU

ine Cards




32 x 10GE optical ports (SFP+, LC)


52 x 10GE optical ports (SFP+, LC)


12 x 100GE optical ports (QSFP28, LC/MPO)


24 x GE electrical ports (RJ45) + 8 x GE optical ports (SFP, LC) + 8 x 10GE optical ports (SFP+, LC)


48 x GE electrical ports (RJ45) + 4 x 10GE optical ports (SFP+, LC)


48 x GE optical ports (SFP, LC) + 4 x 10GE optical ports (SFP+, LC)  

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