Appearance and structure of an S series switch

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For the appearance and dimensions of an S series switch, see "Appearance and Structure" in the Product Description or Hardware Description. You can also use Enterprise Network Product Hardware Query Tool to query the appearance and dimension of a specified model.
For the product description of the S1700, see < S1700 Products Description >.
For the hardware description of the S2700, see < S2700 Hardware Description >.
For the hardware description of the S3700, see < S3700 Hardware Description >.
For the hardware description of the S5700, see < S5700 Hardware Description >.
For the hardware description of the S6700, see < S6700 Hardware Description >.
For the hardware description of the S600, see < S600 Hardware Description >.
For the hardware description of the S9300 and S9300E, see < S9300&S9300E Hardware Description >.
For the hardware description of the S7700, see < S7700 Hardware Description >.
For the hardware description of the S9700, see < S9700 Hardware Description >.
For the hardware description of the S12700, see < S12700 Hardware Description >.

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Check the Stack ID of a switch through indicators
For the S2700, S3700, S5700SI, S5710-X-LI, S5720SI, S5720S-SI, S5700EI, S5700HI, S6720EI, and S6700EI, after the more switching button on the front panel of a switch is pressed and turns red, the port indicators on the front panel indicate the stack ID of the switch. For other models, after the mode switching button on the front panel of a switch is pressed, the port indicators on the front panel indicate the stack ID of the switch. For non-master switches: Switch with the stack ID ranging from 1 to 8: The sequence number of the port indicator that is steady on indicates the stack ID of the switch. For example, if the first port indicator is steady on, the stack ID is 1. If the second port indicator is steady on, the stack ID is 2. Switch with stack ID 0: The number of port indicators that are steady on indicates the number of member devices supported by the product. For example, if the first nine port indicators are steady on, the product supports nine member switches in a stack, and the stack ID of the local switch is 0. For the master switch: The stack ID indicator is blinking. The method to check the stack ID on the master switch is the same as that used on non-master switches.

What is the structure of FusionInsight?
The FusionInsight solution consists of five sub-products, FusionInsight HD, FusionInsight Stream, FusionInsight MPPDB, FusionInsight Miner, and FusionInsight Farmer. It also has one operation management system, namely, FusionInsight Manager.

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