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RG-S2910-24GT4SFP-UP-H, 24-Port Gigabit L2+ Managed POE Switch

Various outdoor wireless deployment scenarios to meet the power supply requirements of outdoor high-power wireless access points.

Highlight Features
  • High-power remote power supply, allowing energy to pass through the network.
  • Network cable and wire in one, simple deployment.
  • From equipment to power supply to network, the three-dimensional integration ensures security and stability.
  • Remote restart for easy O&M.
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Network Security

With support for various types of ACLs, port security, IP-MAC-port binding, and other security technologies, the RG-S2910-H can effectively prevent various ARP spoofing and proactively protect against various DoS and DDoS attacks.

It supports Ruijie CPU Protection Policy (CPP) and Network Foundation Protection Policy (NFPP). The two technologies can be used to differentiate data flows destined for the CPU and assign priorities to queues for different processing. Moreover, the device delivers real-time bandwidth limiting to protect the CPU from being occupied by unauthorized traffic and malicious attacks, which guarantees stable CPU operation. It rate-limits ARP packets, ICMP request packets, and DHCP request packets sent by users on a network, and discards the packets of which the transmit rate exceeds the rate limit. It can also identify attacks and isolate users that launch attacks, ensuring secure and stable operation of the entire network.


Virtual Switching Unit (VSU) enables multiple physical devices to be virtualized into one logical device. The physical devices use the same IP address, Telnet process, and CLI for management, and support automatic version check and automatic configuration. In this context, a network administrator only manages one logical device, improving working efficiency and experience.

Simplified management: The network administrator can manage multiple switches uniformly without connecting to each switch for separate configuration and management.

Simplified network topology: A VSU serves as a switch on a network and connects to peripheral devices through aggregate links. Therefore, no Layer 2 loop occurs and MSTP configuration is not required. Various control protocols can run on the VSU.

Fault rectification within milliseconds: A VSU connects to peripheral devices through aggregate links. If one device or member link in the VSU malfunctions, data and services can be switched to another member link within only 50 ms to 200 ms.

High scalability: Devices can be added to or removed from a virtualized network, without affecting normal operation of other devices.

Increase in return on investment: Aggregate links are used for connecting the VSU to peripheral devices, implementing link redundancy and load balancing. All network devices and bandwidth resources are fully leveraged. Any type of 10GE ports can be used to establish a VSU over any data transmission cable, without requiring additional cable or expansion card configurations. There are no limitations on the port or cable types used, which maximizes user investment protection.

Standard Protocols for Easier Device Interworking

The RG-S2915-L series switches support the Ethernet Ring Protection Switching (ERPS) technology, which is a Layer 2 link redundancy protocol designed for the core Ethernet. The master device is used to block loops and restore links, and the non-master device directly reports the link status to the master device, without any processing from other non-master devices. Therefore, loop elimination and restoration time of ERPS is faster than that of STP. ERPS supports link restoration within milliseconds.

SDN for Future Service Development

The RG-S2910-H supports OpenFlow, and can be used with Ruijie Networks' Software-defined Networking (SDN) controller to easily realize large-scale 2-layer networking architecture. It also supports smooth upgrade of the entire network to an SDN network, which greatly simplifies network management while reducing maintenance costs.


Hardware Specifications

Hardware Specifications




Fixed service port

24 x 10/100/1000M electrical ports supporting auto negotiation + 4 x 1GE SFP ports

24 x 10/100/1000M electrical ports supporting auto negotiation + 4 x 10GE/1GE SFP+ ports


Switching capacity

56 Gbps

128 Gbps

Packet forwarding rate

42 Mpps

96 Mpps

Dimensions and Weight

Dimensions (W x D x H)

440 mm x 260 mm x 44 mm (17.32 in. x 10.24 in. x 1.73 in.)

440 mm x 260 mm x 44 mm (17.32 in. x 10.24 in. x 1.73 in.)

Power Supply and Consumption

Rated input voltage

AC input: rated voltage range 100 V to 240 V, frequency 50/60 Hz

Maximum input voltage

AC input: rated voltage range 90 V to 264 V, frequency 50/60 Hz

Input voltage

High voltage DC (HVDC) input: input voltage range 192 V to 290 V

PoE power supply

24 x electrical ports supporting PoE and PoE+

24 x electrical ports supporting PoE and PoE+

Maximum output power of a PoE interface

Maximum PoE/PoE+ output power: 370 W

Maximum PoE/PoE+ output power: 370 W

Environment and Reliability

Fan monitoring

Fan speed adjustment and fault alarms

Operating temperature

0°C to 50°C (32°F to 122°F)

Storage temperature

–40°C to +70°C (–40°F to +158°F)

Operating humidity

10% to 90% RH

Storage humidity

5% to 95% RH

Operating altitude

–500 m to +5000 m (–1640.42 ft to +16404.20 ft)


Software Specifications

Software Specifications





Interface-based VLAN assignment

MAC address-based VLAN assignment

Protocol-based VLAN assignment

Private VLAN

Voice VLAN

IP subnet-based VLAN



Basic QinQ

Selective QinQ


Standard IP ACL

Extended IP ACL

Extended MAC ACL (hardware ACL based on the source MAC address, destination MAC address, and optional Ethernet type)

Time range-based ACL

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

ACL 80


Global ACL

ACL redirection


Rate limiting on an interface based on the ingress or egress

Flow-based rate limiting on the ingress or egress

802.1p/DSCP/ToS traffic classification

Eight priority queues per interface

SP, WRR, DRR, SP+WFQ, SP+WRR, SP+DRR, and RED/WRED scheduling


Common service interfaces and aggregate interfaces that can be configured as source and destination interfaces of mirroring

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


Cross-device traffic mirroring


DHCP server

DHCP client

DHCP snooping

DHCP relay

IPv6 DHCP snooping

IPv6 DHCP client

IPv6 DHCP relay

Layer 2 protocols

IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u, IEEE 802.3z, IEEE 802.3x, IEEE 802.3ad, IEEE 802.1p, IEEE 802.1x, IEEE 802.3ab, IEEE 802.1Q (GVRP), IEEE 802.1d, IEEE 802.1w, IEEE 802.1s IEEE 802.1s, and IGMP snooping v1/v2


3-tuple binding (IP address, MAC address, and interface)

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

Invalid MAC address filtering

Interface- and MAC address-based 802.1X authentication

MAC address bypass authentication (MAB)

Portal and Portal 2.0 authentication

ARP check


Trusted ARP

ARP spoofing prevention

Broadcast or multicast storm suppression

Unknown multicast suppression and multicast bandwidth suppression

Hierarchical management and password protection


AAA (IPv4/IPv6) for device login management

SSH and SSHv2.0

BPDU guard

IP source guard


Port protection

Cable diagnostics

Cable detection

Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE)

IEEE 802.3az-compliant EEE: When EEE is enabled, power consumption of interfaces is significantly reduced.

Port sleeping

Port sleeping


IEEE 802.3af, IEEE 802.3at, and IEEE 802.3bt

Automatic and energy-efficient power supply management modes

Warm start to implement uninterrupted power supply

Interface priority

Compatibility with non-standard PDs

Scheduled power-on/off of PoE interfaces

IP routing

IPv4/ IPv6 static route

RIP, RIPng, OSPFv2, and OSPFv3

Routing policy


Basic protocols

IPv6 addressing, Neighbor Discovery (ND), IPv6 ACL, ICMPv6, IPv6 ping, and IPv6 tracert

VSU features


Local and remote stacking

Cross-chassis link bundling within the stack

Zero Touch Provisioning (ZTP)

CWMP (TR-069) standard protocol

Management features

SNMP, CLI (Telnet/console), RMON, SSH, Syslog/debugging, NTP/SNTP, FTP, TFTP, web, and sFlow

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Order Information

Perform the following steps to configure an RG-S2910-H:

●  Purchase the chassis.

●  Select optical modules based on interface requirements.

Models marked with asterisks (*) in the ordering information are available later.





24 x 10/100/1000M auto-negotiation electrical ports, 4 x 1000M non-multiplexed SFP ports, PoE/PoE+ remote power supply (mandatory)


24 x 10/100/1000M auto-negotiation electrical ports, 4 x 1GE/10GE non-multiplexed SFP ports, PoE/PoE+ remote power supply (mandatory)

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