BH622 V2 introducation


The BH622 V2 is a server blade based on Intel new-generation processor platform Romley. It features excellent computing capability and flexible scalability. The BH622 V2 is installed in the E6000 server shelf (shelf for short) and is managed by the management module (MM) in a centralized manner

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Default IP address, user name, and password of an E6000 blade
The iMana (BMC) default user name and password of an E6000 blade are as follows: Default user name: root Default password: Huawei12#$ The default password of iMana for some live network products of earlier versions may be root. The default IP address and subnet mask of the iMana (BMC) in slots 1 to 10 are as follows: Default IP address: to Default subnet mask: To log in to the BIOS of the E6000 blade, you may need to enter the default password uniBIOS123.

Introduction of GRE VPN of S switches
Introduction to GRE of S series switches excluding the S1700: Generic Routing Encapsulation (GRE) encapsulates packets of some network-layer protocols, such as Internetwork Packet Exchange (IPX), IPv6, and AppleTalk, so that the encapsulated packets can be transmitted over networks of a different network-layer protocol, such as the IPv4 network. As a Layer 3 tunneling technology, GRE encapsulates packets of a protocol into packets of another protocol to transparently transmit packets over GRE tunnels. This technology enables packet transmission on heterogeneous networks. GRE is easy to implement, imposing low burden on devices on both ends of a tunnel. GRE tunnels can connect networks running various network protocols over the IPv4 network, using the original network architecture and reducing costs. GRE extends the operation scope of network protocols with limited hop counts, allowing for flexible enterprise networking. GRE connects discontinuous subnets and sets up VPNs, implementing secure connections between the enterprise headquarters and branches.

Differences between the RH2288 V2, RH2288H V2, and RH2288E
The four NICs of the RH2288 V2 are GE NICs on the mainboard while the NICs of the RH2288H V2 are flexible NICs. The number of PCIe slots on riser cards is also different. The RH2288E V2 supports holding guide rails for installation. For details, see their respective user guide.

Differences among RH1288A V2, RH1288 V2, and RH1288 V3
The differences among the RH1288A V2, RH1288 V2, and RH1288 V3 are listed as follows. The servers' specifications are subject to the official website. ? The RH1288A V2 adopts the Huawei Hi1710 management chip (iBMC), and supports Intel? Xeon? E5-2600 v2 series processors, eight DIMM slots, and two LOM GE electrical ports. ? The RH1288 V2 adopts the management software iMana, and supports Intel? Xeon? E5-2600 and E5-2600 v2 series processors, 24 DIMM slots, and GE or 10GE LOM NIC modules. ? RH1288 V3 adopts the Huawei Hi1710 management chip (iBMC), and supports Intel? Xeon? E5-2600 v3 series processors, 16 DIMM slots, and GE or 10GE LOM NIC modules.

OSN 3500 II
The OSN 3500 II is a new generation intelligent optical switching system developed by Huawei. It applies to the network convergence layer for grooming and transmitting services such as SDH, PDH, Ethernet, ATM, and DDN. By using intelligent network technologies, the system manages services and bandwidths intelligently. It supports an embedded microwave IF board which works with the ODU of Huawei microwave device to achieve wireless service transmission. Currently, the system supports 110 Gbit/s higher-order cross-connections and 20 Gbit/s lower-order cross-connections. A single subrack of the system supports up to 90 Gbit/s access capability, and the microwave IF interface provided by the system offers 18 microwave directions.

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