The HP 6120XG Ethernet Blade Switch is designed for the c-Class Blade System and HP Integrity Superdome 2 enclosures that provides enhanced Layer 2 features and interoperability across existing network environments. Reduce complexity of network management through resilient edge-to-core connectivity and automated provisioning.
The 6120XG offers a variety of connection interfaces and robust high-availability features that offers investment protection, flexibility, and scalability.
Support for Converged Enhanced Ethernet (CEE) when paired with G7 server with the FlexFabric LOMs or when deployed with the dual port FlexFabric 10G Converged Network Adapters.
Enhanced security including Basic (“standard”) and more complex (“extended”) ACL formats ,SSH Secure to RADIUS Server, Dynamic IP Lockdown, Global MAC Authentication Password, Eavesdrop Protection
Dynamic Route Distribution - Support for RIP v2
HP 6120XG is a high performance and highly reliable Ethernet switch with comprehensive features
HP 6120XG Blade Switch utilizes standards based SNMP management via PCM Manager (PCM/M+).
Automated provisioning using Data Center Connection Manager (DCM), and SSH provides secure management.
Offers multiple management access using CLI, Web, Telnet, and OOBM via an onboard administrator or mini USB console port.
80 Gb/s external port bandwidth per BladeSystem enclosure (160 Gb/s full duplex) 480Gb total throughput
Number of ports
Blades per enclosure, maximum
Yes, see the QuickSpec for more details
SNMP v1, v2, v3
NTP sever support
6120XG Blade Switch
Switch Warranty includes one year of parts, one year of labor, one year of onsite support coverage. HP support and service coverage for your product that can be purchased locally. For information on availability of service upgrades and the cost for these service upgrades, refer to the HP website at http://www.hp.com/support
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