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Tolly206163H3CMSR203050-17Feb07VerO
Tolly206163H3CMSR203050-17Feb07VerO
Tolly206163H3CMSR203050-17Feb07VerO
Tolly206163H3CMSR203050-17Feb07VerO
Tolly206163H3CMSR203050-17Feb07VerO
Tolly206163H3CMSR203050-17Feb07VerO
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  • 1. T H E TOLLY G R O U P No. 206163 December 2006 H3C Technologies Co., Limited Test H3C MSR 20, 30, 50 Series Summary Feature Verification and Performance Evaluation of Multi-Service Routing Wire-Speed Solution Premise: As more diverse applications are implemented on enterprise networks, routers need to offer concurrent access to wire- speed services,along with powerful forward- Test Highlights ing capabilities and stronger encryption capacity. Enterprise routers should deliver new technologies to increase the business Delivers integration of routing, switching, security and VoIP in efficiency and meet the technology devel- a single device opment, such as IPv6 and MPLS TE. Offers abundant software features, IPv6 routing, IPv6 3C commissioned The Tolly tunneling and MPLS TE H Group to verify features and per- formance for three families of multi-service routers (H3C MSR 20, H3C Supports Layer 4 to Layer 7 application performance acceleration with comprehensive QoS mechanism MSR 30, and H3C MSR 50). H3C’s Provides excellent IP forwarding, encryption, firewall, and multi-service routers address the require- QoS+NAT+firewall performance ments of small- to large-sized networks, serving as edge and core routers or even Earns comprehensive set of 73 Tolly Verified certifications convergence access devices. The Tolly Group selected one model from each router family for testing: H3C MSR 20-20, H3C MSR 30-40, and H3C MSR 50-60 and verified key features and func- H3C MSR 20-20 Fast Ethernet Bidirectional tions, and measured performance across IP Forwarding Throughput secure and non-secure connections. as reported by Spirent Tests involved evaluating more than 70 features for LAN and WAN protocols, Throughput (Mbps) Internet Protocol applications, Internet Protocol version 4 and 6 routing, Multi- protocol Label Switching, security, reli- ability, traffic monitoring, congestion management, network management, IPv6 tunneling, and Layer 2 functions. H3C solution delivered high performance throughput for IP forwarding, IPSec, fire- wall, firewall+QoS, firewall+QoS+NAT. Tests were conducted in October 2006. Packet size (Bytes) Source: The Tolly Group,December 2006 Figure 1 © 2006 The Tolly Group Page 1
  • 2. H3C Technologies Co., Ltd. H3C MSR 20, 30, 50 Series ices to demonstrate that the H3C verified that the H3C MSRs deliver Executive MSRs can handle heavy processing broad software support for IPv6 rout- loads and still deliver solid perform- ing, IPv6 tunneling and support for Summary ance. Multiprotocol Label Switching Traf- fic Engineering (TE). H3C MSR 20, H3C MSR For instance, even with the back- ground processing load of firewall, On the security side, tests show that 30 and H3C MSR 50 QoS and NAT services active, the the H3C MSRs support key func- successfully passed all H3C MSR 50-60 achieved the same tions, such as access control lists Tolly Verified certifica- 803 Mbps throughput over a Gigabit (ACLs) and the Virtual Router Re- tions with industry- Ethernet (GbE) link as it did when dundancy Protocol (VRRP) to ensure just the firewall was active. This a secure and reliable network. required performance demonstrates the H3C MSRs have on Layer 3 throughput sufficient processing power to run With regards to traffic management, tests show that the H3C MSRs offer and other encrypted multiple services and still deliver broad support for a range of queueing connections. high performance. functions to manage Layer 3 traffic The H3C MSR models tested earned congestion. Moreover, a mechanism 73 Tolly Verified (TV) certifications on the H3C MSR can even control Many enterprise-class routers can for performance and for various the flow of data on ingress and egress demonstrate high performance features/functions that engineers re- ports. under optimal test conditions. H3C viewed. This makes the H3C MSR subjected its H3C MSR devices to one of the most comprehensive FUNCTIONALITIES: more stringent conditions. Tolly multi-service routers tested by The Group engineers steadily increased Tolly Group. Layer 2 Functions the services load on the H3C Tests show that the H3C MSRs de- Tolly Group engineers awarded five MSRs, layering in encryption livered integration of routing, switch- Tolly Verified (TV) certifications for overhead, firewall services, Quality ing, security and Voice over IP Layer 2 Multiple Service Routers for of Service (QoS), Network Address (VoIP) in a single device. Tests also the following: MAC Authentication, Translation (NAT) and other serv- Tolly Verified Certification Summary for H3C MSR 20, 30, 50 Series Multiple Service Routers Product TV URL Product Description Name H3C MSR http://www.tolly.com/TVDetail? 2 Fast Ethernet and 2 Smart Interface Card slots 20-20 ProductID=259 H3C MSR http://www.tolly.com/TVDetail? 2 WAN Fast Ethernet, 8 LAN Fast Ethernet and 2 20-21 ProductID=260 Smart Interface Card slots H3C MSR http://www.tolly.com/TVDetail? 2 Fast Ethernet and 4 Smart Interface Card slots 20-40 ProductID=261 H3C MSR http://www.tolly.com/TVDetail? 2 Gigabit Ethernet, 4 Smart Interface Card slots 30-20 ProductID=262 and 2 Multi-functional Interface Module slots H3C MSR http://www.tolly.com/TVDetail? 2 Gigabit Ethernet (Combo), 4 Smart Interface Card 30-40 ProductID=263 slots and 4 Multi-functional Interface Module slots H3C MSR http://www.tolly.com/TVDetail? 2 Gigabit Ethernet (Combo), 4 Smart Interface Card 30-60 ProductID=264 slots and 6 Multi-functional Interface Module slots H3C MSR http://www.tolly.com/TVDetail? 2 Gigabit Ethernet (Combo), 4 Smart Interface Card 50-40 ProductID=265 slots and 4 Flexible Interface Card slots H3C MSR http://www.tolly.com/TVDetail? 2 Gigabit Ethernet (Combo), 4 Smart Interface Card 50-60 ProductID=266 slots and 6 Flexible Interface Card slots © 2006 The Tolly Group Page 2
  • 3. H3C Technologies Co., Ltd. H3C MSR 20, 30, 50 Series 802.1x, Spanning Tree Protocol the routers support Trivial FTP H3C (STP), Multiple Spanning Tree (TFTP). In total, the H3C MSR Protocol (MSTP), and Generic At- devices tested earned six TV certi- H3C MSR 20, tribute Registration Protocol Vir- fications for IP applications sup- H3C MSR 30, tual Local Area network Registra- port. H3C MSR 50 tion Protocol (GVRP). Internet Protocol WAN & LAN Version 4 and 6 Performance Routing and Feature Protocols Certification for Multi-Service The H3C MSR models tested re- The Tolly Group awarded 10 TVs Routers ceived two Tolly Verified certifica- to the H3C MSRs for their full- tions for LAN protocols (Ethernet range of support for IPv4 routing. II and VLAN). On the WAN In addition, the H3C MSRs also protocol side, the H3C MSR mod- provide next-generation compati- Product Specifications els tested demonstrated support for bility with IPv6 routing such as Vendor-supplied information not IPv6 Static Routing, Routing In- necessarily verified by The Tolly Group a wide array of capabilities to cre- ate and manage Asynchronous formation Protocol next generation H3C MSR 20, H3C MSR 30, Transfer Mode (ATM) connections (RIPng), Open Shortest Path First over IP or Point-to-Point Protocol version 3 (OSPFv3), Border Gate- H3C MSR 50 (PPP) links. In total, the H3C way Protocol version 4 (BGP4+), MSRs earned 13 TV certifications Intermediate System to Intermedi- Performance: ate System version 6 (IS-ISv6), and Multiple services wired-speed for WAN concurrent forwarding protocol support. Multicast Listener Discovery ver- High Reliability: sion 2 (MLDv2). The Tolly Group Internet Protocol awarded the H3C MSRs six TVs Dual Internal power supply for H3C MSR 50 and external Reserve Power Supply Application for support of IPv6 routing. (RPS) for H3C MSR 30 The H3C MSR models tested sup- Multiprotocol Label Support for hot-swappable modules on port several key IP-related network H3C MSR 50 Switching Support for MSTP, VRRP, standby services. The H3C MSR 20, H3C MSR 30 and H3C MSR 50 demon- Protocols High Link Switching port & voice density: strated the ability to provide DHCP H3C MSR 20 series provides two Fast In this section, the H3C MSR 20, Ethernet ports, H3C MSR 30/50 provides services and emulate a DHCP H3C MSR 30 and H3C MSR 50 two Gigabit Ethernet on-board ports Server, DHCP Client and DHCP received three TV certifications by H3C MSR 20-21 supports eight Fast Relay device. In addition to DHCP, providing features such as Label Ethernet LAN ports the H3C MSRs tested also support Distribution Protocol (LDP), Mul- H3C MSR 30/50 supports 16/24/48 ports the File Transfer Protocol (FTP) tiprotocol Label Switching Layer 3 H3C MSR 50-60 can provide 480 channel with the ability to act as an FTP Virtual Private Network (MPLS L3 voice as a signal device Server or FTP Client. Additionally, VPN), and MPLS —TE. New embedded cards: Offers three kinds of embedded cards: Enhanced Service Module (ESM) card for H3C MSR 20-20 Fast Ethernet Bidirectional Firewall Throughput encryption, Voice Processing Module as reported by Spirent (VPM) card for voice signal processing and Voice Co-Processing Module (VCPM) for voice signal cooperation voice as a signal device New software features: Supports IPv6 routing (Static route, RIPng, Throughput (Mbps) OSPFv3, BGP4+, ISISv6, IGMPv3), IPv6 tunnel (6-to-4 tunnel, manual tunnel, ISA- TAP tunnel) and IPv6 reliability (VRRPv3) Supports MPLS Traffic Engineering For more information contact: H3C Technologies Co., Limited East Of Liuhe Road, Zhijiang Hi-Tech Park Hangzhou Hi-tech Industrial Development Zone Hangzhou 310053 P.R.China URL: http://www.H3C.com © 2006 The Tolly Group Page 3
  • 4. H3C Technologies Co., Ltd. H3C MSR 20, 30, 50 Series Security/Reliability VRRP version 3 supporting IPv6 Queueing (PQ), Weighted Fair Queu- addresses. ing (WFQ), Class-based Queueing The Tolly Group awarded 13 TV (CBQ), RTP Priority Queueing certifications to the H3C MSRs for (RTPQ),and Dynamic Adaptive providing Authentication, Authori- Routing(DAR). zation, and Accounting (AAA), network security technology, and reliability functions. H3C proprie- Traffic Monitoring tary technology HWTACACS, and Congestion Performance successfully emulated Cisco TA- Management Results CACS and provided dependable AAA functionality. The H3C MSR 20, H3C MSR 30 and Layer 3 Packet Additionally, the H3C MSR dem- H3C MSR 50 earned six TV certifi- Forwarding onstrated support for access control cations for monitoring and managing lists (ACLs), Unicast Reverse Path The H3C MSR 20, H3C MSR 30 and Layer 3 traffic. For monitoring, the Filters (URPF), and other security H3C MSR 50 performed well under H3C MSR uses Committed Access features. With regards to reliability, strict full-mesh configurations sup- Rate (CAR) to control input and out- the H3C MSRs tested provided porting RFC 2544 on Spirent Smart- put traffic on any certain interfaces. support for the Virtual Router Re- Bits 6000C with SmartFlow 5.50. In managing traffic congestion in the dundancy Protocol (VRRP) and network, H3C MSR offers Priority H3C MSR 20-20 Fast Ethernet Bidirectional Throughput with IPSec 3DES and AES 256 with SHA1 as reported by Spirent Throughput (Mbps) 3DES with SHA1 Link AES 256 with SHA1 Link H3C MSR 20-20 Fast Ethernet Bidirectional Firewall+QoS Throughput as reported by Spirent Throughput (Mbps) Packet size (Bytes) © 2006 The Tolly Group Page 4
  • 5. H3C Technologies Co., Ltd. H3C MSR 20, 30, 50 Series The H3C MSR 20-20 throughput 642,903 pps with 64-byte packets. The H3C MSR 30-40 achieved 3DES was close to wire-speed at 100 (See encrypted bidirectional throughput Mbps (Fast Ethernet) for packet Figure 12.) ranging from 26 Mbps to 298 Mbps sizes larger than 64 bytes with over a GbE link. The device sup- more than 200,000 packets per IPSec Throughput: ported packet forwarding rates rang- second sent. (See Figure 1.) ing from 26,271 pps for 1,400-byte 3DES with SHA1 packets to 38,132 pps for 64-byte The H3C MSR 30-40 bidirectional Tolly Group engineers used the same packets, respectively. (See Figure 8.) throughput was measured at 166 configuration as previous AES 256 Mbps to 734 Mbps for packet sizes The high-end H3C MSR 50-60 settings and changed the encryption ranging from 64 to 1,518 bytes achieved encrypted bidirectional setting to 3DES and used SHA1 over a GbE link. The packet for- throughput ranging from 79 Mbps to hashing. The results were very close warding rate for the H3C MSR 30- 518 Mbps over GbE links. The de- to previous AES 256 encryption. 40 reached 247,396 pps when vice supported packet forwarding tested with 64-byte packets. (See The H3C MSR 20-20 achieved bidi- rates ranging from 45,561 pps for Figure 7.) rectional throughput of 17 Mbps to 1,400-byte packets to 117,653 pps for 193 Mbps over Fast Ethernet links. 64-byte packets. (See Figure 13.) The high-end H3C MSR 50-60 The device supported packet for- bidirectional throughput ranged from 3432 Mbps to 1,569 Mbps warding rates ranging from 16,987 AES 256 with SHA1 pps, for 1,400-byte packets to 25,298 over GbE links and its packet for- For IPSec throughput testing, Tolly pps for 64-byte packets. (See Figure warding ranged from 127,499 pps Group engineers used AES 256-bit 4.) with 1,518-byte packets, to H3C MSR 20-20 Fast Ethernet Bidirectional Firewall + QoS + NAT Throughput as reported by Spirent Throughput (Mbps) Packet size (Bytes) H3C MSR 30-40 Gigabit Ethernet Bidirectional IP Forwarding Throughput as reported by Spirent Throughput (Mbps) Packet size (Bytes) © 2006 The Tolly Group Page 5
  • 6. H3C Technologies Co., Ltd. H3C MSR 20, 30, 50 Series encryption with SHA1 hashing on byte packets. (See packet sizes. (See Figure 8.) two identical H3C MSRs. Figure 4.) The H3C MSR 50-60 achieved IPSec H3C MSR 20-20 bidirectional For the H3C MSR 30-40, bidirec- bidirectional throughput that ranged throughput ranged from 17 Mbps tional throughput over a GbE link from 79 Mbps to 520 Mbps over a to 190 Mbps over Fast Ethernet ranged from 26 Mbps to 300 Mbps GbE link. For packet forwarding, the links with packet forwarding rang- and packet forwarding rates ranged H3C MSR 50-60 forwarding rate ing from 16,739 pps with 1,518- from 26,374 pps for 1,400-byte ranged from 45,767 pps for 1,400- byte packets to 24,739 pps with 64- packets to 38,132 pps for 64-byte H3C MSR 30-40 Gigabit Ethernet Bidirectional Throughput with IPSec, 3DES and AES 256 with SHA1 Links as reported by Spirent Throughput (Mbps) Packet size (Bytes) 3DES with SHA1 Link AES 256 with SHA1 Link H3C MSR 30-40 Gigabit Ethernet Unidirectional Firewall Throughput as reported by Spirent Throughput (Mbps) Packet size (Bytes) H3C MSR 30-40 Gigabit Ethernet Unidirectional Firewall + QoS Throughput as reported by Spirent Throughput (Mbps) Packet size (Bytes) © 2006 The Tolly Group Page 6
  • 7. H3C Technologies Co., Ltd. H3C MSR 20, 30, 50 Series byte packets to 117,652 pps for 64- SmartBits 6000C traffic generator 20 achieved firewall throughput up to byte packet sizes. (See Figure 13.) and results were 190 Mbps. Packet forwarding rates ranged from 16,141 pps for 1,518- reported by SmartFlow 5.50. Firewall byte packets, to 222,284 pps for 64- The H3C MSR 20-20 achieved bidi- byte packets, respectively. (See Throughput rectional firewall throughput over Figure 3.) Engineers measured the throughput Fast Ethernet links of 149 Mbps to of the H3C MSR devices in fire- 199 Mbps depending upon the packet For the versatile H3C MSR 30-40 wall mode with ACLs enabled. The size tested. With packet sizes in ex- unidirectional firewall throughput, H3C MSRs were connected to a cess of 512 bytes, the H3C MSR 20- the results ranged from 167 Mbps to H3C MSR 30-40 Gigabit Ethernet Unidirectional Firewall + QoS + NAT Throughput as reported by Spirent Throughput (Mbps) Packet size (Bytes) H3C MSR 50-60 Gigabit Ethernet Bidirectional IP Forwarding Throughput as reported by Spirent Throughput (Mbps) Packet size (Bytes) H3C MSR 50-60 Gigabit Ethernet Bidirectional 3DES and AES256 with SHA1 Links Throughput as reported by Spirent Throughput (Mbps) Packet size (Bytes) 3DES with SHA1 Link AES 256 with SHA1 Link © 2006 The Tolly Group Page 7
  • 8. H3C Technologies Co., Ltd. Limited H3C MSR 20, 30, 50 Series H3C MSR 20, 30, 50 Series 476 Mbps and packet forwarding (See Figure 14.) The H3C MSR 20-20 achieved bidi- rates were ranging from 249,082 rectional Fast Ethernet throughput pps to 38,701 pps, for 64- to 1,518- Firewall + QoS ranging from 139 Mbps to 199 Mbps byte packet sizes. (See Figure 9.) Throughput in firewall mode with QoS. The H3C MSR 20-20 reached packet forward- The high-end H3C MSR 50-60 Engineers measured the performance ing rates ranging from 16,141 pps for achieved unidirectional firewall of the H3C MSR 20-20, H3C MSR 1,518-byte packets to 206,241 pps throughput ranging from 433 Mbps 30-40, H3C MSR 50-60 in firewall for 64-byte packets. (See Figure 5.) to 814 Mbps and packet forward- mode with ACLs enabled, and with a ing ranging from 66,131 pps for Priority Queueing traffic The H3C MSR 30-40 achieved unidi- 1,518-byte packets, to 644,066 pps management function active while rectional firewall with QoS for 64-byte packets, respectively. connected to a SmartBits 6000C. throughput ranging from 165 Mbps H3C MSR 50-60 Gigabit Ethernet Unidirectional Firewall Throughput as reported by Spirent Throughput (Mbps) Packet size (Bytes) H3C MSR 50-60 Gigabit Ethernet Unidirectional Firewall + QoS Throughput as reported by Spirent Throughput (Mbps) Packet size (Bytes) H3C MSR 50-60 Gigabit Ethernet Unidirectional Firewall + QoS + NAT Throughput as reported by Spirent Throughput (Mbps) Packet size (Bytes) © 2006 The Tolly Group © 2006 The Tolly Group Page 88 Page
  • 9. H3C Technologies Co., Ltd. H3C MSR 20, 30, 50 Series to 476 Mbps over GbE links. The rates ranging from 66,131 pps for Engineers followed the same H3C MSR 30-40 packet- 1,518-byte packets to 543,794 pps configurations as previous AES 235 forwarding rates ranged from for 64-byte packets. (See Figure 8.) with SHA-1 and changed the encryp- 38,701 pps for 1,518-byte packets tion to 3DES encryption with SHA-1 to 245,594 pps for 64-byte packets. hashing. Three runs were made and (See Figure 10.) the results were averaged. Test Bed Setup & For the high-end H3C MSR 50-60, Methodology Firewall the unidirectional firewall with QoS Gigabit Ethernet links results Tolly Group engineers tested Multi- Throughput ranged from 441 Mbps to 814 service Routers with 20 Fast Ethernet For firewall throughput tests, engi- Mbps and packet forwarding rates ports, 30 GbE ports, and 50 GbE neers configured two identical DUTs were 66,131 for 1,518-byte pack- ports. The software used on all H3C with firewall and ACLs active. In ets, to 656,273 pps for 64-byte MSRs was version 5.20. order for the test to run, both devices packets. (See Figure 15.) needed to be in communication with Engineers used Spirent SmartBits each other. SmartBits was used to Firewall + QoS + 6000C and SmartFlow 5.5 software generate Layer 3 traffic, according to to measure throughput for Layer 3 IP NAT Throughput forwarding, IPSec with 3DES SHA1 RFC 2544. Test results were obtained over three runs and averaged. and AES 256 SHA1, firewall with In this last and most challenging test for the H3C MSR routers, en- ACLs enabled, firewall with PQ Firewall + QoS enabled, and firewall with Priority gineers measured the performance Queuing plus NAT enabled. Throughput of the H3C MSR 20-30, H3C MSR (See Figure 17.) In this section, engineers configured 40-50, and H3C MSR 50-60 in two DUTs with firewall mode en- firewall mode with ACLs enabled, Layer 3 IP abled plus Quality of Service feature with Priority Queueing enabled and with Network Address Translation Forwarding which Priority Queueing (PQ) was (NAT) enabled. The H3C MSRs Throughput used. Engineers set up paired mode on two identical DUTs between were connected to a SmartBits In this test, engineers configured SmartBits generating RFC 2544 rec- 6000C. Spirent SmartBits 6000C and Smart- ommended packet sizes. Each test Flow 5.5 software to measure was run three times and the results The H3C MSR 20-20 achieved throughput for Layer 3 IP forwarding bidirectional throughput ranging were averaged. with two identical DUTs. Engineers from 138 Mbps to 199 Mbps over used bidirectional paired Firewall + QoS + NAT Fast Ethernet links, with firewall, QoS, NAT and Priority Queueing configurations with Fast Ethernet Throughput links enabled for H3C MSR 20-20 enabled. The H3C MSR 20-20 and GbE links for H3C MSR 30-40 In the most complex of all the achieved packet forwarding rates and H3C MSR 50-60. RFC 2544 throughput tests conducted, engineers ranging from 16,141 pps for 1,518- recommendations were used to added Network Address Translation byte packets to 205,466 pps for 64- measure 64-, 128-, 256-, 512-, (NAT) to the firewall along with byte packets. (See Figure 6.) 1,024-, 1,518-byte packets. Each test active QoS and ACLs. SmartBits was The H3C MSR 30-40 achieved was run for 60 seconds three times configured as previous section with unidirectional throughput ranging and the results were averaged to ob- paired setting and RFC 2544 packet from 152 Mbps to 476 Mbps over tain the final value. sizes recommendation was used. GbE links with firewall, QoS, NAT Each test was run three times and the and Priority Queueing enabled. IPSec Throughput: results were averaged. The H3C MSR 30-40 achieved AES 256 with SHA1 Other Test packet forwarding rates ranging from 38,653 pps for 1,518-byte Engineers used the same Methodologies and packets, to 226,411 pps for 64-byte configurations for IP Forwarding and Configurations packets. (See created an IPSec tunnel between two Full test methodology details of the Figure 11.) DUTs with AES 256 bit encryption various Tolly Verified certifications and SHA1 hashing. H3C ANDE ver- The high-end H3C MSR 50-60 earned by H3C MSR 20, H3C MSR sion 2.0 hardware encryption accel- achieved unidirectional throughput 30 and H3C MSR 50 series can be erator was used in this performance ranging from 441 Mbps to 814 found at: test. Mbps over GbE links with with http://www.tolly.com/TV/TV_home.a firewall, QoS, NAT and Priority 3DES with SHA-1 spx. Queueing enabled. The H3C MSR 50-60 achieved packet forwarding © 2006 The Tolly Group Page 9
  • 10. H3C Technologies Co., Limited H3C MSR 20, 30, 50 Series H3C MSR 20, 30, 50 Bidirectional Throughput Test Bed The Tolly Group is a leading global pro- vider of third-party validation services for H3C MSR 20-20 vendors of IT products, components and services. H3C MSR 30-40 The company is based in Boca Raton, FL and can SmartBits 6000B be reached by phone at (561) 391-5610, or via the Internet at H3C MSR 50-60 http://www.tolly.com, sales@tolly.com Test Equipment Summary The Tolly Group gratefully acknowledges the providers of test equipment/software used in this project. Vendor Product Web Spirent Communications SmartFlow 5.50 http://www.spirentcom.com Spirent Communications SmartBits 6000B http://www.spirentcom.com Spirent Communications SmartBits LAN-3325A http://www.spirentcom.com Spirent Communications SmartBits LAN-3101A http://www.spirentcom.com Ethereal, Inc. Ethereal 0.10.13 www.ethereal.com 206163-gtadq2-cdb-23FEB07 © 2006 The Tolly Group Page 10

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