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Overview of the Avaya VENA migration proposal for ERS 8600 and 8800 switches to 8800 V7.1

Overview of the Avaya VENA migration proposal for ERS 8600 and 8800 switches to 8800 V7.1

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  • 5.1s/w last release to support E&M modulesE&M Modules will be End of Service Support - 2014/2015R Modules will reach End of Manufacturer Support support June 2013 / eos support 2016- less power
  • Deployment scenarios8692: Basic and Advanced L2-3 features (does not support 7.x features)8692 + SuperMezz: IPv6, faster failover, & Premier features (MPLS, virtualization, BGP)8895: New, cost-effective “8692SF+SuperMezz” plus higher scalability
  • IP Routing EnhancementsIPv6IP MultinettingMulticast EnhancementsIGMP Querier for L2Multicast VLAN Registration PIM-SSM for SMLTServiceability and Key Health ToolsCOP RSP Table Dumps Singular Record OperationsPacket Trace from R/Rx Modules Security enhancements DHCP Snooping, Dynamic ARP Inspection, IP Source Guard, BPDU Filtering SMLT improvements
  • The second piece is that our legacy installed base really does need to start their migration planning. ERS 5.1 s/w was EOS at the end of 2010 and ERS 5.1 software was End of Sale at the end of 2010 and will be End of Manufacturer Support on Dec 31, 2011 (last s/w release to support E&M modules) – so that means if your customer calls with an issue.. the resolution will be to upgrade their software.E and M modules have achieved End of Manufacturer Support 2009/2010R modules achieved End of Sale on June 20105.1s/w last release to support E&M modulesE&M Modules will be End of Service Support - 2014/2015R Modules will reach End of Manufacturer Support support June 2013 / eos support 2016
  • Run “show tech” on the customer’s CP to determine chassis revision.Chassis model Hardware Revision H/W Config8006 05 or greater indicates 02 or greater high performance chassis 8010 06 or greater indicates 02 or greater high performance chassis8010co 05 or greater indicates 02 or greater high performance chassisHardware version 50 (and above) were used as the starting point to indicate EUED (-E5 or -E6) compliant hardware on the ERS8000 platforms.

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  • EMEA Networking Promotions VENA Now 2 Customer edition v1 1st June 2012
  • Introducing VENA Now 2 PromotionMigrate to R7.x at a significant discount! Text Offer Overview A limited time offer for ERS 8600 and ERS 8800 customers to  Attractive discount available – talk to migrate to ERS 8800 Release 7.1 your Avaya Networking reseller – 7.1 Includes support for Avaya’s  Runs until 31st December 2012 Virtual Enterprise Network Architecture – including Shortest  All products must be ordered within the Path Bridging promotion period to qualify for discount Eligible components  Certificate of Intent to Destroy required for all replaced hardware  Chassis, fans, 8895 switch fabric,  Additional Special Offer for 8692SF 8800 I/O modules, power customers supplies, base and premium software licenses, network management Limited time offer for our loyal customer base 2 Avaya – Proprietary. Use pursuant to your signed agreement or Avaya policy. 2
  • Why Upgrade to ERS 8800 R7.x Now? There are three compelling events 1.8692SF, SuperMezz and RS Modules are End of Sale from 4th June 2012 – Migration to ERS 8800 is now the remaining ERS upgrade option for customers 2.With the availability of Release 7.2 planned for late August, Avaya continue sto deliver an exciting evolution path for our customers – R 7.1: Delivered IEEE Shortest Path Bridging (SPB) enabling evolution to the private cloud – R 7.2: Introduces VENA Unified Access enabling wired/wireless integration with Avaya WLAN 8100, ideal for growing BYOD support, and Multicast Virtualisation over SPB 3.ERS 8600 R5.1 became End of Manufacturer Support on 31st December 2011 (last s/w release to support E&M modules) – E and M Modules have achieved End of Manufacturer Support 2009/2010 – R Modules achieved End of Sale on June 2010 Avaya – Proprietary. Use pursuant to your signed agreement or Avaya policy. 3 3
  • Values of Migrating to ERS 8800 R7.1*  Ready for Virtualization and Cloud Computing with VENAFuture Proof your  Ready for new features, new protocols and new standardsNetwork with Network Processor Architecture (available with R/RS and 8800 modules)  10 Gig Support  Up to 12x improvement in 10Gig E port densitiesHigher Speed,  Up to 6x improvement in Gig E port densitiesPerformance, &Functioning  3x improvement in processing power (with the 8895SF)Network  1.5x improvement in memory (with the 8895SF)  Opportunity to consolidate co-located chassis to saveOpportunity to money on service contracts, power consumption and space leasing costsReduce Costs  Proven savings of up to $300K per year *Source: Avaya Avaya – Proprietary. Use pursuant to your signed agreement or Avaya policy. 4
  • Values of Migrating to ERS 8800 R7.1Supports your  Optimal active-active resiliency modelAdvanced  Sophisticated traffic and congestion managementApplicationsFaster  Release 7.x and RS/8800 Modules deliver enhancedResolution to diagnostic functionality for more effective troubleshootingFaultsKeeps Network  Eliminates risk of prolonged outage due to an inability toat Supported resolve issues resulting from outdated hardware and/orLevels unsupported softwareAvaya – Proprietary. Use pursuant to your signed agreement or Avaya policy. 5
  • Reduce CostsReal-World Customer ROI Example* Consolidated Let us calculate your ROI – 6 chassis down to 2 with our ERS 8800 – 19 E/M Modules down to 9 RS Modules Upgrade Calculator Customer Benefits: – Savings of over $300K per year in annual maintenance costs – Payback period of 1 year and 5 months – Reduced power consumption – Reduced footprint *Source: Avaya 6:2 Chassis Consolidation Strategy for Reduced Costs Avaya – Proprietary. Use pursuant to your signed agreement or Avaya policy. 6
  • Ethernet Switching PortfolioHighlights Modular Chassis High-performance resiliency Pioneering Switch Cluster high- availability solution Core Large Core installed-base 1st to break through the Terabit Stackable boundary Stackable Chassis True end-to-end high- availability solution Access Refreshed portfolioAvaya – Proprietary. Use pursuant to your signed agreement or Avaya policy. 7
  • Complete Portfolio of Modular Products  Core Switch for large Data Center and very large Enterprise Campus Core  High performance & high 10GbE port density  Ultra-resiliency, scalability & 40/100GbE future-ready  Where there is a need for sophisticated IP Routing & Network Avaya VSP 9000 Virtualization  Core Switch for mid-large Enterprise Campus & Data Center  Environments that value high-availability & high-performance  Where there is a need for sophisticated IP Routing & Network Virtualization Avaya ERS 8800  Core Switching solution for mid-sized network & Access Switch for large Enterprises: high-performance Gigabit-to-the-Desktop  Aggregation (Distribution) Switch in multi-tier networks  Where there is a need for straightforward IP Routing & Device Avaya ERS 8300 VirtualizationAvaya – Proprietary. Use pursuant to your signed agreement or Avaya policy. 8
  • Avaya Ethernet Routing Switch 8800Overview & Benefits Text Delivers 99.999% reliability Highlights – Deterministic sub-second failover for any IPv4 & IPv6 failure  High-performance resiliency – Creates a virtual core  Simpler design options – Simplifies configuration & deployment  Integrated QoS & security – Availability extended end-to-end  Interoperable for end-to-end service Convergence-friendly Core delivery networking – High-density 10G & 1G – Full device & network virtualisation – Integrated, automatic quality of service – Future-ready technology empowers evolutionary capabilitiesAvaya – Proprietary. Use pursuant to your signed agreement or Avaya policy. 9
  • Eligible Components Order Code Description DS1402001-E5 8010 10 slot chassis DS1402002-E5 8006 6 slot chassis DS1402004-E5 8010co 10 slot NEBS chassis DS1402011-E5 8003R 3 slot chassis DS1404120-E5 Ethernet Routing Switch 8895SF Switch Fabric/CPU DS1404121-E6 8812XL SFP+ Module DS1404122-E6 8848GB 48 port 100/1000 Megabit Ethernet SFP DS1404123-E6 8834XG 2 port 10 Gig Eth XFP, 8 port 10/100/1000, 24 ports 100/1000 Eth SFP DS1404124-E6 8848GT 48 port 10/100/1000 Megabit Ethernet DS1405011-E5 8005DC 1462W Power Supply DS1405012-E5 8005AC 100-240 VAC 1140W/1462W Power Supply DS1405017-E5 Dual Input 8005 DC 1462W Power Supply DS1405018-E6 Dual input 8005 AC 100-240 VAC 1140W/1462W Power Supply DS1411017-E6 8010CMHS FAN TRAY DS1411018-E6 8006CMHS FAN TRAY DS1410003-7.0 Base Software Kit. Version 7.0 DS1410003-7.1 Base Software Kit. Version 7.1 DS1410026 Premier License Kit (for SPB features) AH2735001-2.3 COM Enterprise 50 AH2735001-3.0 COM Enterprise 50 AH2735003 COM Upgrade 50-250 AH2735004 COM Upgrade 50-1200 AH2735005 COM Upgrade 250-1200 AH2735007 BCM upgrade 100-1200 license AH2735008 BCM upgrade 100-5000 license AH2735009 BCM upgrade 1200-5000 license AH2735012-2.3 COM VSN Manager Upgrade AH2735012-3.0 COM VSN Manager Upgrade AH2735006-2.3 Bulk Configuration Manager (BCM) license to manage 100 devices AH2735006-3.0 Bulk Configuration Manager (BCM) license to manage 100 devicesAvaya – Proprietary. Use pursuant to your signed agreement or Avaya policy. 10
  • Ethernet Routing Switch 8800 Hardware Requirements for R7.1 ERS 8800 Hardware Requirements Dual Active Redundant Switch – ERS 8895SF Fabrics for Optimal – ERS 8800 I/O Modules Performance ERS 8600 Hardware Requirements (not included in VENA Now 2 Promotion) – ERS 8692SF w/ Super Mezz – ERS 8600 R/RS I/O Modules Chassis Considerations – High performance chassis upgrade available through services organization – RS/ 8800 Modules require high speed fan tray – 8005 power supplies may be required* Flexible Port Configurations with Gigabit / 10 Gigabit *Use power supply calculator to determine if required and Combo Modules Avaya – Proprietary. Use pursuant to your signed agreement or Avaya policy. 11
  • ERS 8895 Switch FabricHigher Network Performance and Better Scalability Advantages of the 8895SF – Powerful & efficient CPU for intensive applications – Greater scalability & capacity for complex services – 3x increase in processing power – 1.5x increase in memory size – ~33% reduction in power consumption 8692SF 8692+SuperMezz 8895SF Processor 333 MHz Additional 1 GHz 1.33 GHz Memory 256MB Additional 512 MB 1 Gig Power 100W 142.5W 90W Consumption Avaya – Proprietary. Use pursuant to your signed agreement or Avaya policy. 12
  • ERS 8800 I/O ModulesLatest Generation Modules 12-port 1/10G SFP+ ERS 8800 I/O Modules 8812XL – Introduced in R7.1 – Same port configurations as RS Modules 34-port 10G + 1G + 10/100/1000 – Latest NPU for sophisticated traffic analysis and IDS/TPS clustering 8834XG High Performance – Supports multiple 10 Gig line rate 48-port 1G SFP programmable packet processors 8848GB Module Benefits – Cost effective combination module for smaller locations, server access layer 48-port 10/100/1000 – Supports massive Gig and copper connectivity 8848GTAvaya – Proprietary. Use pursuant to your signed agreement or Avaya policy. 13
  • ERS 8800 I/O ModulesAdvantages over E&M Modules Improved Densities – Up to 12x port density improvement for 10 Gigabit Ethernet – Up to 6x port density improvement for Gigabit Ethernet Improved Port Performance – 10/100 replaced with 10/100/1000 Cost-effective combination module to free up slots! E&M Modules RS / 8800 Modules10 Gig E n/a 8612XLRS: 12-port XFP 10G Ethernet Interface Module (RS only)Gig E 8-port 1G Ethernet I/O Module 8648GBRS/8848GB: 48-port SFP 1G 16-port 1G Ethernet I/O Module Ethernet Interface ModuleFast Ethernet 24 ports 100Base FX 8648GTRS/8848GT: 48-port 10/100/1000 48 ports 10/100 TX Ethernet Interface ModuleCombo Modules 30 ports 10/100 TX + 2 GBIC 8634XGRS/8834XG: 2 x 10G + 24 x ports 1000BASE-X + 8 x 10/100/1000 portsAvaya – Proprietary. Use pursuant to your signed agreement or Avaya policy. 14
  • ERS 8800 Software Wide breadth of features and enhancements in 7.1 7.1: VENA capabilities including support for Shortest Path Bridging (IEEE 802.1 aq) Plus enhancements in all major – Support for the Virtual Services Fabric areas of the software including: – L2 and L3 Virtual Service Networks – Routing between Virtual Service  Security Networks  Troubleshooting and – Edge resiliency through dual-homing Serviceability  Multicast IEEE 802.1 ag – Ethernet OAM – Fault verification and isolation using L2  Resiliency (SMLT ping and trace-route improvements) 7.1: Latest generation ERS 8800 Modules 3-slot chassis Wide breadth of features IPv6 Routing capabilities Avaya – Proprietary. Use pursuant to your signed agreement or Avaya policy. 15
  • ERS 8800 SoftwareSoftware Licensing for R7.1 VENA Now 2 Base Advanced Premier Basic features Basic Features Plus: Advanced Features included in purchase Plus: - minus a few IPv6 Routing, BGP-4 exceptions for (10+ peers), MSDP, VRF-Lite, MP-BGP, licensed options BFD, DHCPv6 Relay, IP-VPN MPLS VRRPv3, Radiusv6, RFC2547, IP-VPN BGP+ Lite (IPinIP), Multicast VENA Virtualization* IGMP, Now 2 PIM SM/SSM, SPBm (IEEE 802.1aq), IP/SPB Discounted base and premier licenses as part of VENA Now 2Avaya – Proprietary. Use pursuant to your signed agreement or Avaya policy. 16
  • Virtual Enterprise Network ArchitectureAn exciting evolution path! VENA is the virtualization VENA Enables Enterprises to: architecture for next generation Enterprise data networks  Deploy applications in an instant – Supports evolution to cloud across Data Centers computing  Reduce outages due to human-error Data Center Applications by never again having to touch the core of your network – Data Center Consolidation – Workload mobility  Removes layers of network complexity and delivers true Campus Applications business agility – End-to-end network simplificationGet ready for the “most significant IT transformation since the Internet was born” Yankee Group, Nov, 2010 Avaya – Proprietary. Use pursuant to your signed agreement or Avaya policy. 17
  • Avaya VENA for the Data Center Virtual Services Fabric deployed within and between Data Centers creating the Private Cloud infrastructure  Data Center Consolidation DC1 VSN  Workload Mobility DC2  Bandwidth of 10 Gigabit and Beyond  Simple & Efficient Provisioning Virtual Service Networks provide secure connectivity Servers are dual-homed with one touch provisioning for active/active connectivityAvaya – Proprietary. Use pursuant to your signed agreement or Avaya policy. 18
  • Avaya VENA for the Campus Campus Distribution Core (optional)Server DC1 DC2Server  Extending the Private Cloud  Secure Traffic Separation  Authentication for Access Control  Delivering the Network-as-a-Service Avaya – Proprietary. Use pursuant to your signed agreement or Avaya policy. 19
  • ERS 8600 Life Cycle Considerations Migrating hardware and software proactively – Prevents a crisis situation where you have a prolonged outage due to inability to resolve issues from outdated hardware and software End of Manufacturer Support implications: – No more bug fixes – Repair and returns are subject to availability End of Service Support implications: – Support contracts are no longer available from Avaya Proactive migration to keep hardware and software at supported levels Avaya – Proprietary. Use pursuant to your signed agreement or Avaya policy. 20
  • Product Lifecycle - Software Software Current Status End of End of Service Supported Release Manufacturer Support Date Modules Support Date R4.1 End of Service Oct, 2009 July, 2010 Pre E, E&M, R Support R 5.0 End of Manufacturer June, 2010 June, 2011 E &M, R and Support RS R 5.1 Approaching End of Dec, 2011 Dec, 2016 E&M, R and Manufacturer RS Support R 7.0 Supported June, 2012 June, 2017 R and RS R7.1 Supported n/a n/a R / RS/ 8800 • End Of Sale: No longer sold by Avaya • End of Manufacturer Support: No more bug fixes. • End of Service Support: End of life, support is no longer available from AvayaAvaya – Proprietary. Use pursuant to your signed agreement or Avaya policy. 21
  • Product Lifecycle - HardwareModule Current Status End of Manufacturer End of Servicetype Support Support DatePre E End of Service Support Sept, 2001 Dec, 2008M End of Manufacturer Dec, 2009 Dec, 2014 SupportE1 End of Manufacturer April, 2010 April, 2015 SupportR End of Sale June, 2013 June, 2016RS Currently Supported June, 2017 June, 20188800 Currently Supported n/a n/a • End Of Sale: No longer sold by Avaya • End of Manufacturer Support: No bug fixes. Repair and returns are subject to availability • End of Service Support: End of life, support is no longer available from Avaya 18672ATME follows the M module datesAvaya – Proprietary. Use pursuant to your signed agreement or Avaya policy. 22
  • Chassis* ConsiderationsAchieve optimal performance across any slot Original 8003/8006/8010 chassis provide standard and high performance slots. – High performance slots deliver full performance for R/RS/8800 modules – Standard slots deliver reduced throughput up to 16Gbps – 8010chassis – slots one and ten are standard slots – 8006 chassis – slot one is a standard slot – 8003 chassis – standard slots New 8003R, 8006, 8010 and 8010CO chassis support high performance across all I/O slots – Chassis upgrade available for minimal cost as a services item When upgrading to RS/8800 Modules: •See slide notes for information on how – High speed fan tray must be used to identify an older chassis that does not support high performance across all – 8005 power supplies might be required slots. • See back-up on chassis replacement ordering detailsAvaya – Proprietary. Use pursuant to your signed agreement or Avaya policy. 23
  • Configuration and Orchestration Manager (COM)Upgrade to a three-in-one product offering Configuration and Orchestration Manager offers: – Network wide configuration and provisioning COM Benefits: – Multiuser off-box element management – Bulk configuration and resource management (backup/ restore, patch, software upgrades and  Single installation for multiple scheduling) users SNMP – SPB config, provisioning & troubleshooting  GUI driven workflow based configuration Key features:  Topology map high-lighting of – Web-based multi-user product – secure access key device configurations control HTTPs  Scalable off-box element – Configure and provision network wide using management topology driven GUIs – Wizard and template based configuration to  Better access control and audit simplify complex configuration and multi step log capabilities procedure – Device config file and password management Avaya – Proprietary. Use pursuant to your signed agreement or Avaya policy. 24
  • COM Feature Positioning Features COM ESM Web based Multi-user Enterprise class server deployment  X •Multi-user Access Control with RBAC COM Feature •Persistence – Topology & Trap Data in enterprise class database Centralized off-box EDM management  X Advantages • Down-loadable install/un-install, upgrade, patch & Inventory view • Centralized off-box multi-user element management • Access – control COM absorbs all ESM & Audit logs – User based Audit trails  X NRM features  X Wizards & Templates based management of complex technologies, - SMLT/MLT, VLAN (Future – VRF, PLSB, VCS)Security Audit logs & RBAC Network Discovery & Topology   Centralized Syslog & Trap Viewer   Server class platform- Troubleshooting & Diagnostic Tools – ping, telnet   Resiliency, HA Topology based Configuration management   Plug-n-play patching and Topology and inventory, SMLT/MLT, Routing, VLAN, Security add-on support Device Configuration file management – backup, restore, diff, etc…   Device Security management – passwords, SNMP community   Workflow integration with UCM products Future device support and enhancement  X Features COM Bulk Configuration & patch management Bulk Device file configuration Management  •Bulk patch push (COM Completely integrates all •Bulk Device configuration file backup & restore NRM features) Avaya – Proprietary. Use pursuant to your signed agreement or Avaya policy. 25
  • Services for a Flawless Migration  Network Assessment – Evaluation to validate network design & prepare for migration to new technology  Implementation Services: – Standard: Design engineering, configuration and integration, testing and installation – All Inclusive: all of the above plus project management  Blocks of hours: – Engage Avaya expert resources for your design, deployment, audit and optimization needs, as well as to assist on complex installations, or knowledge transfer sessions. Suite of service options to help guarantee a seamless migration Avaya – Proprietary. Use pursuant to your signed agreement or Avaya policy. 26
  • ERS 8800 – Continued Innovation ERS 8600 ERS 8600/8800 8812XL 12 port 10 Gig  RS Modules SPBm (IEEE 802.1aq SFP+ I/O Module  IP VPN-Lite, MPLS Shortest Path Bridging Wireless LAN Split-plane IPv6, Multicast MacinMac /PLSB)  VRF-Lite integration features SPBm L2 VPN  Multicast Virtualization Multicast over SPB Enhanced Service & SPBm L3 routing  Enhanced Security SPB over IP Mgmt SPBm InterVRF routing  Enhanced Resiliency Hub and Spoke (E-Tree) 8003-R chassis (L3 VPN)  Enhanced Service & for SPB 8895SF/CPU IEEE 802.1ag (link) Mgmt ISATAP for IPv6 tunneling New 8800 modules over IPv4 Wireless Enhanced Plug & Play RS Modules integration IPv6, Resiliency Network Virtualization and SPB & Security Virtualization enhancements ERS 8600 5.x ERS 8800 7.0 ERS 8800 7.1 ERS 8800 7.2 and beyond2006 2008 2009-Q2 2010-Q1 2011-Q1 Futures* Avaya – Proprietary. Use pursuant to your signed agreement or Avaya policy. *The features listed above are Plan of Intent 27
  • Summary Avaya has an exciting evolution for our ERS 8600 base We are offering unprecedented discounts to loyal customers for a limited time Migration offers significant benefits: – Future Proof - ready for virtualization and cloud computing! – Higher performance, higher speeds and higher functioning network – Opportunity to reduce costs, power and footprint – Best-in-class resiliency for real-time applications – Faster resolution to faults through enhanced diagnostics – Keeps network at supported levels Act now to receive a fantastic deal on an exciting evolution path! Avaya – Proprietary. Use pursuant to your signed agreement or Avaya policy. 28
  • Back- upAvaya – Proprietary. Use pursuant to your signed agreement or Avaya policy. © 2010 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved. 29
  • Hardware & Software Compatibility 8692SF + 8690SF 8691SF 8692SF 8895SF SuperMezz Supported Supported Supported Supported E/M Modules Not Supported (up to v4.x) (up to v5.x) (up to v5.x) (up to v5.x) SupportedR/RS Modules Not Supported Not Supported Supported Supported (up to v5.x) Supported Supported8800 Modules Not Supported Not Supported Not Supported (with v7.1) (with v7.1) Supported Supported v5.x Software Not Supported Supported Not Supported (Not Premier) (Not Premier) Supported Supported v7.x Software Not Supported Not Supported Not Supported (R/RS/8800) (R/RS/8800)Services & WAN Supported Supported Supported Not Supported Not Supported Modules (up to v5.x) (up to v5.x) (up to v5.x) Supported Supported8003R Chassis Not Supported Not Supported Not Supported (v7.x, R/RS/8800) (v7.x, R/RS/8800)Avaya – Proprietary. Use pursuant to your signed agreement or Avaya policy. 30
  • ERS 8800 SoftwareFull Suite of Capabilities Layer 2 – IEEE 802.1D Spanning Tree  Management – IEEE 802.1w/s RSTP/MSTP – Enterprise Device Mgr (EDM) * – IEEE 802.1p/Q Virtual LAN – Unified Communication Mgr (UCM) – IEEE 802.3ad Link Aggregation, MinLinks – Configuration & Orchestration Mgr (COM) – NNCLI Layer 3 – IPv4 RIP, OSPFv2, BGP  Resiliency – IPv6 OSPFv3 – Switch Clustering – SMLT/RSMLT/RSMLT-edge – IGMPv2/v3 – VRRP, VRRP Backup-Master – PIM-SM/SSM  Security – BFD – Ingress and egress ACLs for L2-7 – MSDP, Multicast statistics, Static Mroute – Port & VLAN – SNMPv3 Network Virtualization Services – RADIUS, TACACS+ support – VRF-Lite – Unicast & Multicast virtualization (IGMP &  Serviceability PIM-SM/SSM) – Debugging, Logging – IP VPN-Lite (RFC4364 over IP-in-IP) – IPFix – MPLS – Online Packet Capture (PCAP) – RFC4364 IPVPNs/MPLS  Traffic Management – Virtual Service Networks using SPBm + L3 – Diffserv compliant extensions ** – Policing and shaping – Automatic QoS *Since Rel. 7.0 ** since 7.1Avaya – Proprietary. Use pursuant to your signed agreement or Avaya policy. 31
  • Ethernet Routing Switch 8600/8800Software Licensing release 7.1 License / Base Advanced Premier Product (BA) (AD) (PR) ERS8600/ Basic features included IPv6 Routing, BGP4 (10 Advanced Features Plus: with purchase minus Peers+ ), MSDP*, BFD* , VRF-Lite, MP-BGP, IP-VPN ERS8000 licensed options DHCPv6 Relay, VRRPv3, MPLS RFC2547, IP-VPN Radiusv6, BGP+ Lite (IPinIP), Multicast IPMultinetting, IGMP Virtualization* IGMP, PIM Querier for L2, MVR, SM/SSM, SPBm (IEEE DHCP Snooping, Dynamic 802.1aq), IP/SPBB ARP Inspection, IP source Guard, BPDU Filtering Software Licenses with 7.1 – Software being delivered will be part of Base, Advanced, and Premier licenses delivered with Release 5.0 – Customers that have previously purchased licenses and have a current support contract can download the 7.1 content as part of their original license – Advanced and premier license require activated license file which has to be downloaded from the Avaya Electronic Licensing Portal (http://www.avayadatalicensing.com) – EDM (Enterprise Device Manager) is an embedded feature, that is shipped along with the deviceAvaya – Proprietary. Use pursuant to your signed agreement or Avaya policy. 32
  • ERS 8600/ 8800 Replacement ModulesMD Model # Replacement Model # Replacement Description Replacement Order Code 8691SF 8895SF CPU/Switch Fabric DS1404120-E5 8692SF 8895SF CPU/Switch Fabric DS1404120-E5 8616SXE 8848GB 48-port 1000-BASE-X SFP (SFPs required) DS1404122-E6 8632TXE 8848GT 48 port 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T DS1404124-E68616GTE/M 8848GT 48 port 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T DS1404124-E6 8648TXE 8848GT 48 port 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T DS1404124-E6 8608SXE 8848GB 48-port 100/1000BASE-X SFP (SFPs required) DS1404122-E68608GBE/M 8848GB 48-port 100/1000BASE-X SFP (SFPs required) DS1404122-E6 8608GTE 8848GT 48 port 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T DS1404124-E6 8632TXM 8848GT 48 port 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T DS1404124-E6 8648TXM 8848GT 48 port 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T DS1404124-E6 8624FXE/ 8848GB 48-port 100/1000BASE-X SFP (100FX SFPs required) DS1404122-E68672ATM/ (Ethernet replaces ATM/POS solutions – use applicable 1G or Various various8683POSM 10G module) 8630GBR 8848GB 48-port 100/1000BASE-X SFP (SFPs required) DS1404122-E6 8648GTR 8848BT 48 port 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T DS1404124-E6 8683XLR 8812XL 12 port 10GBASE-X SFP+/XFP DS1404121-E6 8683XZR 8812XL 12 port 10GBASE-X SFP+/XFP DS1404121-E6 Avaya – Proprietary. Use pursuant to your signed agreement or Avaya policy. 33
  • Ethernet Routing Switch 8000 Chassis Original 8003/8006/8010 chassis provide High Performance & Standard Slots – High Performance slots support all modules and offer full feature and performance of R/RS and 8800 Modules – Standard slots support all modules and offer full feature of R/RS and 8800 Modules at a reduced throughput of 16Gbps – Slots 2-4 and 7-9 are High Performance Slots (S2-S4 in 8006) – Slots 1 and 10 in 8010 chassis (slot 1 in 8006) operate as standard slot New 8003R, 8006, 8010 and 8010CO chassis – Support High Performance across all IO Slots – Commenced shipping 1st August 2005 for 8006 & 8010/8010Co chassis – Chassis upgrade available as a service price item Module type Standard Slot (S1, S10) High Performance (S2-4, S7-9) Pre-E, E and M series 16Gbps 16Gbps 8630GBR, R series 16Gbps 60Gbps 8683XLR, R series 16Gbps 60Gbps 8648GTR, R series 16Gbps 40GbpsAvaya – Proprietary. Use pursuant to your signed agreement or Avaya policy. 34
  • ERS 8600 Chassis UpgradeReplace older chassis with high-performance version Order code N0060024 identifies the 8600 Chassis Upgrade Program the cost is $2,000.00 Chassis upgrade PO per upgrade requirements: The partner/distributor should contact the Order code N0060024 Qty of each chassis being Logistics Call Center @ 1-800-466-7835 ERC requested 275 to request the upgrade service. Logistics Chassis serial # will provide their fax number for the partner to Ship to address forward the PO Ship to onsite contact name/phone #/email address Logistics will update the customer with an RMA # Model # of Chassis to be upon receipt of PO which includes all required upgraded: DS1402002 - Passport 8006, 6 information (listed below) slot chassis. DS1402001 - Passport 8010 10 Updates will be entered in the notes as they slot chassis become available, there is a minimum 10 day DS1402004 - Passport 8000, turn around for all billable upgrades 8010co 10 slot Questions regarding status and ship ETA can be directed to Logistics @ 1-800-466-7835 ERC 275 Avaya – Proprietary. Use pursuant to your signed agreement or Avaya policy. 35
  • Ethernet Routing Switch 8600/8800Hardware Overview Module Ports Type Port Density/Chassis 8692SF+SupMez 0 256Gbps Switching Fabric - 8895SF 0 256Gbps Switching Fabric - 8848GB 48 48-port 100/1000-BASE-X SFP (SFPs required) 384 8848GT 48 48 port 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T 384 8834XG 34 2 XFP 10G + 24 SFP (100/1000) + 8 Port 10/100/1000 272 8612XLRS 12 10GBASE-XR LAN (XFP) 96 8648GBRS 48 100/1000BASE-X (SFP) 384 8648GTRS 48 10/100/1000BASE-TX (RJ-45) 384 8634XGRS 34 2 XFP 10G + 24 SFP (100/1000) + 8 Port 10/100/1000 272 8812XL Or 8848GB Or 8848GT Or 8834XG Or 8612XLRS 8648GBRS 8648GTRS 8634XGRSAvaya – Proprietary. Use pursuant to your signed agreement or Avaya policy. 36
  • Avaya’s Life Cycle PolicyAvaya – Proprietary. Use pursuant to your signed agreement or Avaya policy. 37