Lenovo CE Series Campus SwitchesDatasheet (withdrawn product)
High-performance campus networking
Advanced Capabilities, Cost Effective
The Lenovo CE Series Switches are intelligent L2/L3 Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) campus switches, designed for energy efficiency and quiet operation in office, retail, hospital, and small data centers.
They provide performance, availability, scalability, security, and simple management for campus networks and intranets while reducing your total cost of ownership.
The CE Series Campus Switches include two models with PoE / PoE+ and two models without PoE / PoE+, giving you the choice of how you want your edge devices powered. You can also choose models that have 24 or 48 Gigabit downlink ports along with four 10GbE SFP+ uplink ports.
Secure and Easy to Deploy
The switches support 802.1X and web authentication modes concurrently. 802.1X mode enforces strict security control while web authentication offers a more user-friendly experience.
Together they fulfill the needs of many applications using ACL, TACACS, and Radius with QoS to manage access and flow.
The switches are easy to deploy and manage using mainstream network management modes and protocols for minimized investment costs. Web NMS also simplifies device management.
Lenovo CE Series Campus switches support SNMP, RMON, and sFlow, and are controlled and managed using Web and CLI. Stacking support for 8 members reduces the number of management connections and simplifies configuration.
Layer 2 and Layer 3
A full suite of interconnect and routing features such as QinQ, IPv6 support, DHCP with IGMP snooping, IGMPv1/v2/v3, PIM DM/SM, DVMRP, MLD v1/v2, including multiple MAC options, VLAN, DHCP relay and RIP, OSPF, VRRP, and more to ensure a no-compromise campus networking plan.
Power over Ethernet
IoT growth is driving PoE demand as devices become more distributed. Lenovo CE Series PoE+ models deliver a full range of Ethernet power levels to make the most economical use of power budgets—providing power to attached network devices such as cameras, wireless access points, or IP phones.
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24x 1GBase-T, RJ45
4x 10GbE SFP+
24x 1GBase-T, RJ45
4x 10GbE SFP+
48x 1GBase-T, RJ45
4x 10G SFP+
48x 1GBase-T, RJ45
4x 10G SFP+
|PoE / PoE+ Budget||Not applicable||
Power Budget 184W
Class 1, 2 Up to 24 ports
Class 3 Up to 12 ports
PoE+ Up to 6 ports
Power Budget 370W
Class 1, 2 Up to 48 ports
Class 3 Up to 24 ports
PoE+ Up to 12 ports
|25.5W||235.6W (with PoE)||49.1W||475.5W (with PoE)|
|Latency||4µs for 1G ports, 2µs for 10G ports|
|Cooling||Fixed, side-to-side airflow|
|Switching Features||ARP/Proxy ARP; Sticky MAC; MAC limiting; multicast MAC 1K; Jumbo Frame (9K); 802.3 flow control, auto-negotiation; energy-efficient Ethernet; GVRP; GARP; GMRP; MVR Port Isolation; LLDP, LLDP-MED; IDSP, UDLD; Port loop detection; Port security; STP/MSTP/RSTP/PVSTP; Ethernet Channel/LACP; VLAN ID: 4094; Subnet Based VLAN/MAC Based VLAN/Port Based VLAN/Protocol based VLAN/Voice VLAN/Private VLAN; Switchport mode (Access/General/Trunk); QinQ; DAI; Link dependency to support active/standby configurations of NIC teaming on servers; Broadcast/Multicast/Unicast storm control and recovery|
|Routing Features||IPv4 static route (512); IPv6 static route (512); VLAN interface (L3, 192); IP interface (192); RIP v1/v2; OSPF v1/v2/v3; VRRP for IPv4 and IPv6; BFD with OSPF; DHCP server for IPv4 and IPv6; DHCP snooping for IPv4 and IPv6; DHCP client option 60/61; DHCP L2 Relay (option 82) per VLAN or per 802.1d subscription; DHCP auto install; IP source guard; IPv6 neighbor discovery; PBR (IPv4/IPv6); DNS Client (IPv4/IPv6); IP SLA|
|Multicast Features||IGMP v1/v2/v3; IGMP snooping v1/v2/v3; IGMP Filter; Fast Leave; MLD v1/v2; MLD proxy; MLD snooping; IGMP proxy; IPv6 multicast; Multicast route; PIM-DM (IPv4/IPv6); PIM-SM (IPv4/IPv6); DVMRP; IGMP query; IGMP/MLD snooping Querier|
|Security and ACL and QoS||Port-based ACL; MAC-based ACL; VLAN-based ACL; IP-based ACL; L2-L4 ACL; 802.1p; IP DSCP marking; WDRR; SP; IPv4/v6 ACL metering; hardware CPU protection; ACL based traffic classification and processing; 802.1X; TACACS and AAA; Radius and AAA|
|Management/ Infrastructure||SNMP v1/v2/v3; CLI; WebGUI; SNTP; SCP/SFTP; HTTPs; Telnet; Port mirroring; Flow based mirroring; sFlow; RMON 1,2,3,9; SPAN/RSPAN; Email alerts; Stacking (8 members), third-party management support planned, check the product guide for latest|
|Software||Lenovo Campus NOS|
|Warranty||Limited lifetime warranty or 3-year warranty are offered, next-business-day shipment|
|Warranty Upgrades and Services||Optional warranty service upgrades available through Lenovo: Foundation Service providing 9x5 coverage with next-business-day onsite response, Essential Service providing 24x7 coverage with 4-hour onsite response (select countries), Advanced Service providing 24x7 coverage with 2-hour onsite response (select countries), 1-year or 2-year post-warranty extensions, Premier Support Service (select countries), and basic installation servies|
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Document number DS0087, published April 24, 2019. For the latest version, go to lenovopress.com/ds0087.