Cisco Switch Portfolio
for Small Business
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SBTG Switching Options
One portfolio – a spectrum of choices
Functionality
500 Series
Stackable
Managed
300 Series
Managed
200 Series
Smart
100 Series
Unmanaged
Plug & Play
Basic Security,
QoS, Mgmt
Fully Managed
Feature rich
Stackable –
Higher Resilience
Price
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Cisco 200 and 300 Series Switches
Product Improvements
Older Small Business Switches
200 and 300 Series
–
Yes
No
Yes
Small number
More than double fanless models
Standard
Four additional on Gigabit Ethernet models
No
Yes
–
All models
GUI, SNMP, and Menu CLI
GUI, SNMP*, TextView/CLI*, Cisco® Discovery
Protocol, Smartports, and FindIT
English only
Seven languages: GUI, documents,
and support
Five years
Limited Lifetime with NBD*
Product Name Change
Energy-Efficient Technology
Fanless
Additional Gigabit Ethernet Ports
Layer 3*
IPv6
Management and Configuration
Localization and Globalization
Warranty
> 80 New Features added
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Series
only
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Cisco 300 Series Switches
Model Overview
Fast Ethernet
Gigabit Ethernet
SF300-08
SG300-10
8 10/100 ports
8 10/100/1000 ports
2 combo mini-GBIC ports
SF302-08
8 10/100 ports
2 combo mini-GBIC ports
SF302-08P
8 10/100 PoE ports
2 combo mini-GBIC ports
SF302-08MP
8 10/100 Maximum PoE ports
2 combo mini-GBIC ports
SF300-24
24 10/100 ports
2 10/100/1000
2 combo mini-GBIC ports
SF300-24P
24 10/100 PoE ports
2 10/100/1000
2 combo mini-GBIC ports
SG300-10P
8 10/100/1000 PoE ports
2 combo mini-GBIC ports
SG300-10MP
8 10/100/1000 Maximum PoE ports
2 combo mini-GBIC ports
SG300-20
18 10/100/1000 ports
2 combo mini-GBIC ports
SG300-28
26 10/100/1000 ports
2 combo mini-GBIC ports
SG300-28P
26 10/100/1000 PoE ports
2 combo mini-GBIC ports
SF300-48
SG300-52
48 10/100 PoE ports
2 10/100/1000
2 combo mini-GBIC ports
50 10/100/1000 ports
2 combo mini-GBIC ports
SF300-48P
48 10/100 PoE ports
2 10/100/1000
2 combo mini-GBIC ports
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Model Overview
Gigabit Ethernet
Fast Ethernet
SF200-24
SG200-08
24 10/100 Ports
2 Combo Mini-GBIC Ports
8 10/100/1000 Ports
SG200-08P
8 10/100/1000 Ports, POE
SF200-24P
SG200-18
24 10/100 Ports, POE
2 Combo Mini-GBIC Ports
16 10/100/1000 Ports
2 Combo Mini-GBIC Ports
SF200-48
48 10/100 Ports
2 Combo Mini-GBIC Ports
SG200-26
24 10/100/1000 Ports
2 Combo Mini-GBIC Ports
SG200-26P
SF200-48P
48 10/100 Ports, POE
2 Combo Mini-GBIC Ports
24 10/100/1000 Ports, POE
2 Combo Mini-GBIC Ports
SG200-50
48 10/100/1000 Ports
2 Combo Mini-GBIC Ports
SG200-50P
48 10/100/1000 Ports, POE
2 Combo Mini-GBIC Ports
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New
•
Cisco Configuration Assistant (CCA) for
system-wide deployments
•
Cisco Discovery Protocol and Cisco SmartPorts
for easy management
•
CLI for text-based configuration for mass
deployment
•
Cisco FindIT/Small Business Toolbar Application
•
Full integration with OnPlus
•
True stacking to manage multiple switches as
a single unit
•
Standalone configuration using the embedded
Web GUI
•
Remote monitoring support using SNMP
•
Menu-based access through console for
disaster recovery
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Web
GUI
CCA
SNMP Mgmt
Platform
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CLI
FindIT
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Switches Improve Deployments
DHCP Auto
Configuration
• A way to deploy switches en-masse
• Uses DHCP Options 66 and 67
• Switch automatically loads its config from a TFTP Server
LLDP-MED + CDP
• LLDP - Stds-based discovery mechanism similar to CDP
• Switch learns devices attached to specific ports
• Switch notifies endpoint which Voice VLAN to use, QoS
parameters to set, etc
Auto Smartports
• Smartports - pre-created macros to speed up
deployments
• Auto Smartports - Apply appropriate Smartports role to
port based on discovered device
Auto Voice VLAN
• Dynamic creation and propagation of Voice VLAN and
QoS across the network
TextView CLI*
• Text-based Command Line Interface to ease mass
deployment
Additional Management options: Full SNMP* support, FindIT, CCA
* Supported on Managed switches (300 and 500 Series)
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Feature-Rich Switches Offer Best Value
Layer 2 Switching
and Layer 3
Performance
• Wire-speed
• VLANs
performance
on Fast
Ethernet and
Gigabit
Ethernet
switches
• Spanning tree
• Link
aggregation
• 802.1Q trunking
• Port and VLAN
mirroring
(SPAN)
• Nonblocking
switch fabric
• Multicast
• PoE +
(802.3at) with
up to 30W per
port
Security
• MAC-based
• Classification
port security
Management
and General
• Intuitive
Cisco® Discovery
Protocol and Smartports
• Desktop
interface
• 802.1P
• IEEE 802.1x
• Cisco phone
• IPv6 Host
plus desktop
• DSCP/CoS
• Storm control
• Port and VLAN
• WRR/SP
Technology
(SCT)
• Switch
• Rate limiting
Redundancy
Protocol
(VRRP)
Edge (PVE)
• Localization
• Access point
• Policing and
• Virtual Router
• Router
mirroring
• Secure Core
• Private VLAN
• RIP and Static
Quality of
Service
• LLDP-MED
• Other
Shaping
• Auto voice
VLAN
• DAI, IPSG,
STPRG, DHCP
Snooping
• Cloud
Management
Designed for Small Business
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Cisco 300 Series Switches
Product Overview
 Next-generation Cisco Small Business Managed Switches
 8–52-port models up to Gigabit Ethernet – POE and non-POE
 Easy configuration, deployment, and management
 Green energy-efficient technology
 Enhanced features including security, QoS, and IPv6
 Network-wide Auto Voice deployment with Auto Smartports,
CDP/LLDP, and VSDP (patent processing)
 Limited lifetime warranty w/NBD
 Three-Year Small Business Extended Service (available
option) through Small Business Support Center
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Call Control
UC or HSB
LLDP approach
2
Instruct phone which
Voice VLAN and QoS to
use – LLDP-MED
A
Create Voice VLAN
B
Setup QoS parameters
C
Config LLDP-MED Network Policy
D
Add Voice VLAN to port
Switch 1
`
Additional Manual Config:
-When Voice VLAN changes
-When QoS rules in network changes
-If Voice VLAN on switch 2 not set
same as switch 1
-If QoS on Switch 2 not set same as
switch 1
-If OUI table not correctly populated
1
Recognize phone –
LLDP-MED
OUI approach
Auto
2
Apply appropriate QoS and
assign to Voice VLAN
Switch 2
A
Activate OUI Auto Voice VLAN
B
Create Voice VLAN on switch
C
Populate OUI table
D
Add Voice VLAN to port
1
Recognize phone –
OUI
Legend
Manual Config
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True zero touch deployment
NO MANUAL CONFIG
Network adapts automatically to:
Call Control
UC or HSB
5
Switch Configures port Fa1
with optimal parameters for
IP Phone
4
1
CDP Advertises
Voice VLAN 100
2
Gi4
Instruct phone which
Voice VLAN and QoS to
use – LLDP-MED or CDP
Fa1
Switch 1
- Voice VLAN changes
- QoS rule changes in network
- If Voice VLAN on switch 2 not set
same as switch 1
- If QoS on Switch 2 not set same
as switch 1
Even when different call control
devices advertizing different
Voice VLANs connected to the
network
VLAN 100 created
on switch – assigned to port
Gi4 and Gi5
Gi5
6
3
Advertizes Voice VLAN 100
and QoS parameters
via VSDP to switch 2
Recognize phone –
CDP / LLDP-MED
7
Gi1
Fa1
Instruct phone which
Voice VLAN and QoS
to use – LLDP-MED
or CDP
9
VLAN 100 created on
switch – assigned to port
Gi1 and Fa1
Switch 2
10
Switch Configures port Fa1
with optimal parameters for
IP Phone
8
Recognize phone –
CDP / LLDP-MED
Legend
Manual Config
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 Power the phones using PoE
 Zero-touch deployments
Learns the Voice VLAN from UC3xx/5xx or IAD via CDP/LLDP
Instruct phones via CDP/LLDP on Voice VLAN and QoS parameters to
use
Automatically assign Voice VLAN on all relevant ports in the network
Links between Switches
Links to UC and IAD
Links to Phones
Links to APs
Automatically set Security levels for different types of devices with
Auto smartports
Number of devices, Storm Control, Port mode, VLAN, Spanning Tree
 Managed by CCA starting in July 2011
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How Much Power Can You Save?
Power consumption
No EEE
Power consumption
With EEE active
% Power
Savings
SG500X-24
36.5W
30.6W
16.2%
SG500X-24P
57.2W
53.3W
6.8%
SG500X-48
60.3W
45.8W
24.0%
SG500X-48P
74.4W
61.7W
17.1%
SG500-28
23.2W
15.8W
31.9%
SG500-28P
35W
27.3W
22.0%
SG500-52
47W
30.1W
36.0%
63.7W
50.7W
20.4%
Model Number
SG500-52P
Table based on typical network scenario - all ports active with 10% traffic
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Tolly Independent Validation
 3rd party Tolly Group report/analysis
 Test compares
 Cisco 300 Series switches
 HP Networking E-Series
 NETGEAR
 D-Link
 300 Series switches win all categories
 For full report:
www.cisco.com/go/300switchestolly
“Cisco has raised the bar for this product category”
– Kevin Tolly, Founder, The Tolly Group
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Cisco 300 Series Switching
Competitive Comparison
Cisco 300
SB Managed
Advanced
Features – IPv6,
L3, etc
Cisco Unique
Value + Price
competitiveness
Programs:
Investment
Protection, PDF,
etc
Netgear
Managed
D-Link
Managed
FSM/GSM
DES/DGS
HP
Managed
E2810, E2610,
E2510, E2520
Adtran
Netvanta
1200 ,1500
CDP, CCA,
Smartports
Warranty +
Support
Multiple Mgmt:
LLDP/CDP/Bonjour
CLI/Menu CLI
SNMP Management
CCA – System Mgmt
FindIT
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Model Overview
Fast Ethernet
Gigabit Ethernet
SF500-24
24 10/100 ports
4 Gig ports (2x5G)
SF500-24P
5 Gig Stack
links
SG500-28
24 10/100/1000 ports
4 Gig ports (2x5G)
SG500-28P
24 10/100 ports
4 Gig ports (2x5G)
24 10/100/1000 PoE ports
4 Gig ports (2x5G)
SF500-48
SG500-52
48 10/100 PoE ports
4 Gig ports (2x5G)
48 10/100/1000 Maximum PoE ports
4 Gig ports (2x5G)
SF500-48P
48 10/100 Maximum PoE ports
4 Gig ports (2x5G)
SG500-52P
48 10/100/1000 ports
4 Gig ports (2x5G)
SG500X-24
24 10/100/1000 ports
Four 10 Gig ports
SG500X-24P
24 10/100/1000 PoE ports
Four 10 Gig ports
10 Gig
Stack and
Uplinks
SG500X-48
48 10/100/1000 ports
Four 10 Gig ports
SG500X-48P
48 10/100/1000 ports
Four 10 Gig ports
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Stackable Switches
 Sx500 – 5G Resilient Stacking
Low cost stackable switches
Gigabit and 10/100 versions
High power PoE (802.3at 30W vs 15W)
 SG500X – 10G Resilient Stacking
SG500 features with 10G stacking/uplink SFP+ ports (Gigabit
only)
Supports stacking or connections to server with 10G interfaces
SG500X adds:
Dynamic Layer 3 switching
10 Gig Interfaces for stacking or Device connectivity
VRRP – Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (HSRP)
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