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  1. 1. avaya.com Avaya Ethernet Routing Switch 8800 A fully-resilient, totally-flexible, and highly-scalable solution that delivers versatile network virtualization, exceptional value and cost-effectiveness, and one of the Industry’s highest 10G Ethernet densities Companies turn to technology to help boost the bottom line and to increase productivity. Technology advances in one area often lead to real challenges in others. Virtualization is a case in point, particularly when it comes to efficiently connecting a myriad of disparate applications and systems – many now virtualized – across multiple locations. Virtualization can transform your IT benefits such as simplified management, The Avaya ERS 8800 offers multiple options infrastructure and your business by providing accelerated decision making, decreased that enable IP Virtual Private Networking a clear path to advanced applications that recurring costs, and increased productivity. solutions across the entire enterprise. Avaya’s create a unified communications environment. Providing one of the Industry’s highest 10G Layer 3 virtualization is simple, flexible, Virtualization delivers flexibility and Ethernet densities per module and rack, the and easy to deploy – and doesn’t require scalability, and enables faster activation of Avaya Ethernet Routing Switch 8800 (ERS adjustments to your existing infrastructure, new services in data centers and the campus 8800) turns infrastructure into a highly reliable avoiding additional capital equipment core. By leveraging high-availability and network that drives Unified Communications expenditures. Because the solution is standards- high-performance, virtualizing servers and and other business-critical applications. based and uses well-understood IP techniques, consolidating services, enterprises can realize less training time is required. This can reduce operational costs when compared to the training required for service provider-centric, Multi- Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) solutions. Resiliency, intelligence & scalability without design complexity The ERS 8800 is a proven, tested, resilient, and intelligent network solution that scales, delivering hundreds of Gigabits per second (Gbps) and hundreds of millions of packets per second (Mpps) of real-world performance to the core. This flexible architecture reduces the complexity of network design, making it ideal for large-scale Enterprise Campuses. FACT SHEET 1
  2. 2. avaya.com The ERS 8800 is a balanced solution, What is the Ethernet networking infrastructures from what was unconstrained by bottlenecks imposed by inferior largely a single dimension environment designs. In addition to establishing a solid Routing Switch 8800..? • is the latest evolution of the venerable foundation for unified communications, the ERS The ERS 8800: ERS 8000 Series: which has already 8800 delivers a flexible networking infrastructure • is a new solution that consolidates delivered the ERS 8100 Edge Switch, that fosters growth by enabling businesses the field-proven reliability of the ERS ERS 8300 Edge/Core Switch, and of to leverage new, emerging applications and 8600 with the enhanced virtualized course the ERS 8600 Core/Edge Switch technologies with a unique architecture which functionality and improved scalability that on which the ERS 8800 is based always ensures optimum performance. a new generation of software delivers • is the go-forward solution for new • has been developed to match the transition customers seeking the most reliable occurring in customer networks: the progres- and versatile campus LAN core switch, sive move to emerging, highly-virtualized additionally new software helps ensure high levels of investment protection and continuity of service for returning ERS 8600 customers Highlights of the Ethernet Routing Switch 8800 • Offers the Industry’s-leading resiliency model – Avaya’s Switching Clustering – empowering the most demanding applications and boosting performance by forwarding Layer 2 & 3 traffic across all available links • Features unique field-reprogrammable NPU- based Interface Modules that, unlike con- ventional ASIC-based hardware, maintain full hardware-based performance and optimization as functionality and services evolve • Enables flexible virtualized Layer 3 deployment scenarios with device and network options: VRF-Lite, Avaya’s innovative IP VPN-Lite, MPLS, & IETF IP VPN • Enables consistent IP VPN services delivered across the campus and metro; leveraging the same infrastructure to seamlessly extend service provider MPLS- networks into the LAN 2
  3. 3. avaya.com • Provides simplified multicast virtualization (IGMP, PIM-SM/SSM) and Unified Communications is the key enabling technology for improved Unicast traffic supported by Switch business collaboration; crucial to a successful deployment is the Clustering’s resiliency to service multiple selection and implementation of a reliable and versatile infrastructure customers or communities-of-interest that will ensure constant availability. • Supports high-performance IPv6 networking – a key scalability tool for demanding and expanding networks Business continuity failover advantage is automatically extended beyond the boundary of the networking • Offers high-density 10G, very high-density Network resiliency is the most basic equipment, all the way to the application Gigabit and 10/100/1000 Ethernet requirement when implementing a converged host. Competitive solutions, basing their for enterprise core and aggregation network. The ERS 8800 supports redundant failure recovery model on variations of the applications, delivering competitively- connectivity for virtualized solutions such Spanning Tree Protocol, can not provide a high value, flexibility, and enhanced slot as VRF-Lite, VPN-Lite, and MPLS LER comparable level of resiliency and simplicity. conservation with the new combo module IP-VPN for Edge networks. With Avaya’s • Best-in-class Switch Cluster resiliency VRF-Lite, businesses can use the same model is extended to VMware Server hardware platform to create multiple Layer Future-proofing the network virtualization in an iSCSI storage area 3 routing domains supporting numerous Network devices must be able to distinguish network environment customer environments. Avaya’s innovative different traffic types and to handle different IP VPN-Lite solution facilitates deployment • Supports Avaya Unified Communication traffic requirements. A sense of traffic of resilient, fault-tolerant IP VPNs over an Management framework featuring consistent class awareness combined with the ability existing IP infrastructure (Campus or Metro). AJAX-compliant Web-based common services, to process each type uniquely sets the authentication and audit logging, also To provide maximum protection, the ERS intelligent network apart from common- benchmarks network traffic and identifies 8800 addresses resiliency at multiple levels. place offerings. The ERS 8800 combines anomalous behavior using Standards-based IP At the hardware level, the switch provides intelligence and performance to create a Flow Information Export (IPFIX) hot-swappable modules and fan trays along next-generation intelligent network solution. • Supports large-scale convergence with N+1 and dual input power supplies. The networking industry is a perpetual work- deployments, with numerous and Its software delivers resiliency for the core in-progress, an ‘unfinished masterpiece’, and flexible high-speed Ethernet-over-Fibre with Industry-leading features that include the number of standards and recommendations connectivity options Virtual Link Aggregation Control Protocol now runs into the thousands. Equipment that (VLACP) for Layer 1-2 link failure detection, is based on a traditional ASIC architecture The Ethernet Routing Switch 8800 meets Bi-Directionally Forwarding Detection are limited in that these are set at a certain demanding enterprise-class requirements (BFD) for Layer 3 link failure detection, point in this history and cannot easily adapt to for scalability, simplification, maximized and Switching Clustering that leverages our future change; typically this means that newer application uptime, value, and security. pioneering Split Multi-Link Trunking (SMLT), features and functionality are not supported It reduces network design complexity Routed Split Multi-Link Trunking (R-SMLT), purely in hardware but require additional by simplifying network architecture and and VRRP Active/Active technologies. software processing. The switching architecture increasing per port value with advanced Additionally, organizations are encouraged of the ERS 8800 is uniquely based on Network features on high-density modules. to dual-connect servers and, with minimum Processing Units (NPU) rather than the ASIC additional investment, the sub-second technology typically found in rival products. 3
  4. 4. avaya.com NPUs are large-scale CPU arrays specifically Innovative and The v7.0 software release also brings designed for network-related functions such support for the new 8003R 3-Slot Chassis; as efficient examination and manipulation versatile options for the first time this pocket option of packet headers. Avaya’s specialized high- Flexible and scalable supports the R/RS-Series new-generation performance NPU is known as the Route modules and therefore the new and The ERS 8800 is available in multiple Switch Processor (RSP) and is an in-house emerging applications that leverage their Chassis options: 10-slot featuring eight slots development. It delivers fast-path protection re-programmable NPU capabilities. for interface modules; 6-slot featuring four through its ability to support in-life firmware slots for interface modules; 3-slot featuring One module with many uses upgrades and provides 10Gbps line rate two slots for interface modules. This enables switching and routing capabilities regardless The ERS 8800 supports an innovative the ERS 8800 to be deployed in a variety of of Standards evolution. Avaya has been able hybrid combination module that concurrently deployment scenarios, helping to ensure the to leverage this re-programmable capability supports 10G Ethernet (x2), 1000BASE-X optimum mix of flexibility, capacity, and cost- to deliver new innovative features, such as (x24), and 1000BASE-T (x8) ports; effectiveness. There is also the 8010co – IPv6 and our flexible IP VPN suite, and is economical, flexible and a class-first, this Central Office – 10-Slot Chassis, which is unique in being able to help ensure emerging combination module meets the demands of NEBS-compliant for deployments scenarios functionality is continuously delivered at smaller aggregation sites. It is an affordable that require a Carrier-class platform. hardware-based performance levels. solution providing all the functionality many The new 8895SF Switch Fabric/CPU Module enterprises need in one convenient module. The ERS 8800 reduces complexity and is the latest version and offers significant risk in network design by simplifying the Also recent additions to the existing range of enhancements in terms of CPU performance network architecture and increasing value high-performance I/O module options offer a and memory capacity; it is also 33% more with advanced features on high-density number of practical benefits. These include energy-efficient. These advances allow the modules. High port density, combined with a high-density 10G Ethernet (12 ports per 8895SF to natively support the new and rich capabilities and leading reliability module and up to 96 ports per chassis) and emerging services and applications that technologies, deliver exceptionally high value higher-density 1000BASE-X 48-port module place intense demands on the networking to the enterprise. Avaya’s RSP technology, that complements the existing 30-port model. infrastructure. The 8895SF is functionally based on this flexible NPU architecture, RS-Series Interface Modules enable the ERS equivalent to the existing 8692SF Switch offers investment protection with the in-field 8800 to deliver enhanced mirroring capabilities, Fabric/CPU Module when upgraded with the firmware upgrade capability, and helps ensure including enabling one-to-many, many-to-one SuperMezz CPU daughterboard. that the ERS 8800 remains ever-green, always and many-to-many mirroring for sophisticated delivering hardware-based performance. traffic analysis and IDS/TPS clustering. ERS 8800 3-Slot Switch ERS 8800 6-Slot Switch RS-Series Modules ERS 8800 - 10-Slot Switch 4
  5. 5. avaya.com New for the v7.0 release: REAL-WORLD SCENARIO: • New hardware: 8895SF Switch Fabric/ THE NPU ADVANTAGE OVER ASIC CPU Module and 8003R Chassis • Multicast enhancements: PIM-SSM, MVR, A well-known rival product – one of the many that utilize ASIC and IGMP Snoop Querier technology – is only able to deliver IPv6 forwarding performance at • IPv6 enhancements: BGP+, RSMLT-for- just 50% of the levels claimed for IPv4. This demonstrates how newer IPv6, VRRP-for-IPv6, RADIUS-for-IPv6, features cannot be guaranteed at the same hardware-based performance and DHCP Relay-for-IPv6 levels unless there is an ability to upgrade the architecture; this is the • Health, Diagnostic, & Debug advantage that Avaya’s unique NPU design provides, and we continue enhancements: Key Health Indicator, RSP to leverage this for evolving and emerging functionality such as Packet Tracing, and ERCD Records Dump virtualization and Shortest Path Bridging. • Security enhancements: BPDU Filtering, DHCP Snooping, Dynamic ARP Inspection, IP Source Guard create multiple Layer 3 routing domains to any private connections between local or support multiple customers and to keep traffic geographically dispersed sites using any • IP Multinetting separated for both Unicast and Multicast. IP infrastructure (private networks or via a • Enterprise Device Manager (EDM) on-box public IP Service Provider). Web-based management The VRF-Lite capability virtualizes routing within the switch, addressing business and IP VPNs are typically used for cross-location • Operational enhancements networking challenges driven by activities such connectivity and to create trusted connections as mergers and acquisitions, data center con- to external partner organizations, leveraging IP solidation, departmental or business unit seg- as the common carriage and removing depen- Applications: new mentation, and evolving audit and compliance dency on specific wide area technologies (such capabilities & choices requirements. By enabling the switch to have as Frame Relay or ATM) or exclusivity to a single optimize communications multiple routing instances (up to 255), more service provider. Avaya’s IP VPN-Lite solution sophisticated connections can be enabled in is inherently less complex and therefore much Through advanced capabilities including addition to support for overlapping IP address- more cost-effective than using the MPLS alter- VRF-Lite, IP VPN-Lite, and MPLS-based IP es. Complete and total traffic separation at native. Managing IP VPN-Lite versus MPLS is VPN on a single platform, the ERS 8800 Layers 2 and 3 is the usual practice, however simpler and does not require specialized carrier- enables virtual services across campus the system can be configured to provide inter- class IT skills or resources. The foundation of and metro environments to address new VRF forwarding capabilities, allowing shared IP VPN-Lite is simply an IP network, using the business requirements and applications. For access to common resources. flexible RFC 2547/4364 connectivity model example, a university seeking to connect and it does not require an MPLS-enabled core several campuses can choose traditional Virtual Private Networking through infrastructure. This simplified solution can scale MPLS technology or can leverage Avaya’s IP VPN-Lite per carrier-class MPLS with the cost-effective innovative IP VPN-Lite solution. The Avaya IP VPN-Lite capability is an simplicity of a solution designed specifically for Virtual Routing and Forwarding innovative IP-in-IP technology that leverages the enterprise. Delivering total flexibility, the (VRF-Lite) the RSP flexible forwarding engine – ERS 8800 supports classic MPLS in addition to delivering VPN services that are easier to IP VPN-Lite and VRF-Lite and all VPN technolo- Through VRF-Lite on ERS 8800, enterprises implement, deploy, and manage. With IP gies can be concurrently leveraged to deliver can use the same hardware platform to VPN-Lite, enterprises can build any-to- individually tailored solutions. 5
  6. 6. avaya.com Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) REAL-WORLD SCENARIO: MPLS forms the basis for most service VIRTUAL ROUTING & FORWARDING provider IP VPNs and is used in most WAN An airport handling a large amount of traffic from multiple national and solutions because it delivers sophisticated international airlines and local on-site businesses, seeks a networking connectivity and traffic engineering techniques. By implementing this same solution that maximizes application uptime, safeguards information, functionality the ERS 8800 can interoperate and delivers excellent business value. By choosing the Ethernet Routing directly with 3rd party MPLS networks and Switch 8800 with its versatile IP VPN capabilities, the airport supports participate in their IP VPNs, extending all of these communities and keeps traffic segregated using a single, them into the enterprise campus network as cost-effective hardware platform that is easy to implement and manage. required. Enterprise architects can leverage this interoperability to create ERS 8800- based MPLS environments that increase the overall level of transparency. in order to manually configure optimized Provisioning wizards and other labor-saving tools queue usage. With this feature, the process help ensure faster service activation and a more Enterprise-class and is automated, optimized, and protects against consistent approach to configuration; this has mis-configuration. the added benefit of reducing human-error as enterprise-ready: fit-for- templates are pre-populated with best-practice purpose Management & Visibility recommendations or mandatory values. The The ERS 8800 can be managed by a variety entire framework is context-based which enables Multicast Virtualization of management tools, creating a flexible a faster, more accurate and highly-intelligent Multicast virtualization of IGMP and PIM- approach to delivering both device-centric and operational environment based on business SM/SSM, along with Unicast virtualization, network-wide management services. requirements. These include: standardized is supported on the same system by Command Line Interface (CLI), Web-based leveraging VRF-Lite. This extends the benefit The ERS 8800 also supports enhanced Enterprise Device Manager (EDM), SNMP- of simplified network design, less investment system-wide troubleshooting information based management (SNMPv1, v2 & v3), in hardware, lower operational expense all of provides comprehensive information should and the evolving Unified Communication which are supported by best-in-class Switch the CPU need to recover automatically. Management (UCM) framework for Clustering resiliency. The Key Health Indicators (KHI) capability comprehensive, centralized, and multi- allow for the collection of statistics and facetted network management. UCM is Avaya Automatic QoS information about the health of the system based on common services – authentication With Avaya Automatic QoS, an ERS 8800 for troubleshooting purposes related to and access control, audit, etc. – and then supporting an Avaya Unified Communications system failure, and identifies a small a number of integrated plug-in AJAX-based solution automatically recognizes the special, number of key health indicators that allow applets that deliver seamless task-specific private Differentiated Service Code Point quick assessment of the overall operational capabilities all with a consistent look (DSCP) values used by specific Avaya VoIP state. Additional sophisticated system and feel: Configuration & Orchestration applications and optimizes the management analysis tools such as RSP packet tracing Management; Visualization, Performance, egress queues. Without this functionality, and ERCD records dump enhance the & Fault Management; Enterprise Policy operators would require detailed knowledge serviceability and operational posture of the Manager; IP Flow Manager; and Network of how QoS works and private DSCP values ERS 8800 platform. Resource Manager. 6
  7. 7. avaya.com Why choose Avaya? Avaya offers multiple, flexible options that enable versatile IP VPN solutions across the campus including Avaya’s innovative IP VPN-Lite. IP VPN-Lite leverages existing IP infrastructure without requiring additional capital investment or the overhead operational expense of carrier-class MPLS. The unique design architecture of the next-gen- eration R/RS modules sets Avaya apart; deliver- ing optimal functionality and performance as new applications and services emerge, and offers high density and exceptional port value. Introduction of the Combo Module – supporting Copper 10/100/1000, SFP, and XFP interfaces – cost-effectively meets the requirements of smaller sites. Avaya offers one of the Industry’s highest 10G Ethernet port densities, and is the only solution vendor to offer best-in-class resil- iency for Unicast, Multicast, Virtualized, and business evolution. A provider of end-to-end Specifications IPv6 environments. solutions spanning voice, data, applications and network management, Avaya has the General & Performance necessary expertise to help businesses • Switch architecture: 720Gbps gross Summary enhance revenue potential, streamline throughput business operations, increase productivity The Ethernet Routing Switch 8800 is a • Switch Fabric performance: up to and gain competitive advantage. resilient, efficient, scalable solution that 512Gbps in an Active/Active configuration enables enterprises to build truly unified • Frame forwarding rate: up to 380Mpps communication-ready network infrastructure Learn More • Frame length: 64 to 1518 Bytes and to provide reliable business continuity (802.1Q Untagged), 64 to 1522 bytes for critical applications; enterprises can scale To learn more about the Avaya Ethernet (802.1Q Tagged) converged and web applications network-wide Routing Switch 8800, contact your Avaya • Jumbo Frame support: up to 9,000 Bytes with Switching Clustering delivering always- Account Manager, Avaya Authorized Partner (802.1Q Tagged) on resiliency. The ERS 8800 offers a high- or visit us at: www.avaya.com. • Multi-Link Trunks: up to 128 Groups, performance architecture combining rich, with 8 Links per Group advanced services for converged applications • VLANs: up to 4,000 Port/ that enhance, protect and simplify network Protocol/802.1Q-based service and operations. Customers wanting • Multiple Spanning Tree Groups: up to 32 to make strategic investments in a campus LAN infrastructure can rely on the ERS 8800 • MAC Address: up to 64k to create flexible solutions that match their • IP Interfaces: 1,972 7
  8. 8. avaya.com • Dynamic ARP Entries: up to 32k IEEE & IETF Standards • RFC 854 Telnet Protocol • VRRP Interfaces: up to 255 Compatibility • RFC 894 A standard for the Transmission • IP Forwarding Table: 250k of IP Datagrams over Ethernet • 802.1D-1998 Spanning Tree Protocol • ECMP Routes: up to 5k • Networks • 802.1p Priority Queues • RIP Instances: up to 64 • RFC 896 Congestion control in IP/TCP • 802.1Q Virtual LANs • RIP Interfaces: up to 200 internetworks • 802.1s Multiple Spanning Trees • RIP Routes: up to 10k • RFC 903 Reverse ARP Protocol • 802.1w Rapid Reconfiguration of • OSPF Instances: up to 64 • RFC 906 Bootstrap loading using TFTP Spanning Tree • OSPF Adjacencies: up to 80 • RFC 950 Internet Standard Sub-Netting • 802.1v VLAN Classification by Procedure • OSPF Routes: up to 50k Protocol & Port • RFC 951 / RFC 2131 BootP / DHCP • BGP Peers: up to 250 • 802.1X Port Based Network Access Control • RFC 1027 Using ARP to implement • BGP Routes: up to 250k • 802.3 CSMA/CD Ethernet (ISO/IEC 8802-3) transparent subnet gateways/ Nortel • VRF-Lite instances: up to 255 • 802.3ab 1000BASE-T Ethernet Subnet based VLAN • MPLS LDP LSPs: up to 16k • 802.3ab 1000BASE-LX Ethernet • RFC 1058 RIPv1 Protocol • MPLS Tunnels: up to 2,500 • 802.3ab 1000BASE-ZX Ethernet • RFC 1112 IGMPv1 • PIM Active Interfaces: up to 200 • 802.3ab 1000BASE-CWDM Ethernet • RFC 1253 OSPF • PIM Neighbors: 80/up to 200 for all VRFs • 802.3ab 1000BASE-SX Ethernet • RFC 1256 ICMP Router Discovery • IP Multicast Streams: up to 4k • 802.3ab 1000BASE-XD Ethernet • RFC 1305 Network Time Protocol v3 • 802.3ab 1000BASE-BX Ethernet Specification, Implementation and Interface Modules • 802.3ad Link Aggregation Control Protocol Analysis3 • 8612XLRS 12-port 10G Ethernet XFP • 802.3ae 10GBASE-X XFP • RFC 1332 The PPP Internet Protocol Interface Module • 802.3i 10BASE-T – Auto-Negotiation Control Protocol • 8630GBR 30-port 1G Ethernet SFP • 802.3 10BASE-T Ethernet • RFC 1340 Assigned Numbers Interface Module • 802.3u 100BASE-TX Fast Ethernet (ISO/ • RFC 1541 Dynamic Host Configuration • 8634XGRS 34-port 1000BASE-T/1G/10G IEC 8802-3, Clause 25) Protocol1 Ethernet Combo Interface Module • 802.3u 100BASE-FX • RFC 1542 Clarifications and Extensions • 8648GBRS 48-port 1G Ethernet SFP • 802.3u Auto-Negotiation on Twisted Pair for the Bootstrap Protocol Interface Module (ISO/IEC 8802-3, Clause 28) • RFC 1583 OSPFv2 • 8648GTR 48-port 1000BASE-T • 802.3x Flow Control on the Gigabit • RFC 1587 The OSPF NSSA Option Ethernet Interface Module Uplink port • RFC 1591 DNS Client • 8648GTRS 48-port 1000BASE-T • 802.3z Gigabit Ethernet 1000BASE-SX & LX • RFC 1695 Definitions of Managed Ethernet Interface Module • RFC 768 UDP Protocol Objects for ATM Management v8.0 using • 8683XLR 3-port 10G Ethernet XFP • RFC 783 TFTP Protocol SMIv2 Interface Module • RFC 791 IP Protocol • RFC 1723 RIP v2 – Carrying Additional • 8683ZLR 3-port 10G Ethernet WAN XFP • RFC 792 ICMP Protocol Information Interface Module • RFC 793 TCP Protocol • RFC 1745 BGP / OSPF Interaction • RFC 826 ARP Protocol • RFC 1771 / RFC 1772 BGP-4 8
  9. 9. avaya.com • RFC 1812 Router Requirements • RFC 2796 BGP Route Reflection – • RFC 1075 DVMRP Protocol • RFC 1866 HTMLv2 Protocol An Alternative to Full Mesh IBGP • RFC 1112 IGMP v1 for routing / snooping • RFC 1965 BGP-4 Confederations • RFC 2819 Remote Monitoring • RFC 1519 Classless Inter-Domain • RFC 1966 BGP-4 Route Reflectors • RFC 2858 Multiprotocol Extensions for BGP-4 Routing: an Address Assignment and • RFC 1998 An Application of the BGP • RFC 2918 Route Refresh Capability for BGP-4 Aggregation Strategy Community Attribute in Multi-home Routing • RFC 2961 RSVP Refresh Overhead • RFC 2236 IGMP v2 for routing / snooping • RFC 1997 BGP-4 Community Attributes Reduction Extensions • RFC 2362 + some PIM-SM v2 extensions • RFC 2068 Hypertext Transfer Protocol • RFC 2992 Analysis of an Equal-Cost • RFC 3446 Anycast Rendezvous Point • RFC 2131 Dynamic Host Control Protocol Multi-Path Algorithm mechanism using Protocol Independent • RFC 3031 Multiprotocol Label Switching Multicast and Multicast Source Discovery • RFC 2138 RADIUS Authentication Architecture Protocol • RFC 2139 RADIUS Accounting • RFC 3032 MPLS Label Stack Encoding • RFC 3618 Multicast Source Discovery • RFC 2178 OSPF MD5 cryptographic • RFC 3036 LDP Specification Protocol authentication/ OSPFv2 • RFC 3037 LDP Applicability • RFC 3768 Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol • RFC 2205 Resource ReSerVation Protocol • RFC 3065 Autonomous System • RFC 1881 IPv6 Address Allocation – v1 Functional Specification Confederations for BGP Management • RFC 2210 The Use of RSVP with IETF • RFC 3210 Applicability Statement for • RFC 1886 DNS Extensions to support Integrated Services Extensions to RSVP for IP version 6 • RFC 2211 Specification of the • RFC 3215 LDP State Machine • RFC 1887 An Architecture for IPv6 Controlled-Load Network Element Service Unicast Address Allocation • RFC 2236 IGMPv2 for snooping • RFC 3270 Multi-Protocol Label Switching Support of Differentiated Services • RFC 1981 Path MTU Discovery for IP v6 • RFC 2270 BGP-4 Dedicated AS for sites/ • RFC 3376 Internet Group Management • RFC 2030 Simple Network Time Protocol single provide Protocol, v3 v4 for IPv4, IPv6 & OSI • RFC 2283 Multiprotocol Extensions for BGP-4 • RFC 3392 Capabilities Advertisement • RFC 2373 IPv6 Addressing Architecture • RFC 2328 OSPFv2 with BGP-4 LSP-Tunnels • RFC 2375 IPv6 Multicast Address • RFC 2338 VRRP: Virtual Redundancy • RFC 3443 Time To Live Processing in Assignments Router Protocol Multi-Protocol Label Switching Networks • RFC 2460 Internet Protocol, v6 Specification • RFC 2362 PIM-SM • RFC 3569 An overview of Source-Specific • RFC 2461 Neighbor Discovery • RFC 2385 BGP-4 MD5 authentication Multicast • RFC 2462 IPv6 Stateless Address Auto- • RFC 2439 BGP-4 Route Flap Dampening • RFC 3917 Requirements for IP Flow Configuration • RFC 2453 RIPv2 Protocol Information Export • RFC 2463 Internet Control Message • RFC 2475 An Architecture for Protocol for the Internet Protocol v6 • RFC 4364 BGP/MPLS IP Virtual Private Differentiated Service Specification Networks • RFC 2547 BGP/MPLS VPNs • RFC 2464 Transmission of IPv6 Packets • RFC 4379 Detecting Multi-Protocol Label • RFC 2597 Assured Forwarding PHB Group Switched Data Plane Failures over Ethernet Networks • RFC 2598 An Expedited Forwarding PHB • draft-holbrook-idmr-igmpv3-ssm-02.txt • RFC 2474 Definition of the Differentiated • RFC 2702 Requirements for Traffic IGMPv3 for SSM Services Field in the IPv4 and IPv6 Engineering Over MPLS • draft-ietf-bfd-v4v6-1hop-06 IETF draft Headers • RFC 2765 Stateless IP/ICMP Translation Bi-Directional Forwarding Detection for • RFC 2526 Reserved IPv6 Subnet Anycast Algorithm IPv4 and IPv6 (Single Hop) Addresses 9
  10. 10. avaya.com • RFC 2710 Multicast Listener Discovery • RFC 1271 Remote Network Monitoring • RFC 1406 Definitions of Managed Objects for IPv6 Management Information Base for the DS1 and E1 Interface Types • RFC 2740 OSPF for IPv6 • RFC 1304 Definitions of Managed • RFC 1414 Identification MIB • RFC 2893 Configured Tunnels and Dual Objects for the SIP Interface Type • RFC 1442 Structure of Management Stack Routing per port • RFC 1354 IP Forwarding Table MIB Information for version 2 of the Simple • RFC 2893 Transition Mechanisms for • RFC 1389 RIP v2 MIB Extensions Network Management Protocol IPv6 Hosts and Routers • RFC 1565 Network Services Monitoring MIB • RFC 1447 Party MIB for v2 of the Simple • RFC 3056 Connection of IPv6 Domains • RFC 1757 / RFC 2819 RMON Network Management Protocol bytes via IPv4 Clouds • RFC 1907 SNMPv2 • RFC 1450 Management Information • RFC 3363 Representing Internet Protocol Base for v2 of the Simple Network • RFC 1908 Coexistence between v1 & Version 6 Addresses in DNS3 Management Protocol v2 of the Internet-standard Network • RFC 3484 Default Address Selection for IPv6 Management Framework • RFC 1472 The Definitions of Managed • RFC 3513 Internet Protocol Version 6 Objects for the Security Protocols of the • RFC 1930 Guidelines for creation, Addressing Architecture Point-to-Point Protocol selection, and registration of an • RFC 3587 IPv6 Global Unicast Address Autonomous System • RFC 1483 Multiprotocol Encapsulation Format over ATM Adaptation Layer 5 • RFC 2571 An Architecture for Describing • RFC 3596 DNS Extensions to Support IP v6 SNMP Management Frameworks • RFC 1493 Bridge MIB • RFC 3587 IPv6 Global Unicast • RFC 2572 Message Processing and • RFC 1525 Definitions of Managed Address Format Dispatching for the Simple Network Objects for Source Routing Bridges • RFC 3590 Source Address Selection for Management Protocol • RFC 1565 Network Services Monitoring MIB the Multicast Listener Discovery Protocol • RFC2573 SNMP Applications • RFC 1573 Interface MIB • RFC 3596 DNS Extensions to support • RFC 2574 User-based Security Model for • RFC 1643 Ethernet MIB IP version 6 v3 of the Simple Network Management • RFC 1650 Definitions of Managed • RFC 3810 IPv6 Multicast capabilities Protocol Objects for the Ethernet-like Interface SSH/SCP, Telnet, Ping, CLI, JDM support • RFC 2575 View-based Access Control Types using SMIv2 for IPv6 Model for the Simple Network • RFC 1657 BGP-4 MIB using SMIv2 • RFC 1305 NTP Client/Unicast mode only Management Protocol • RFC 1658 Definitions of Managed • RFC 1340 Assigned Numbers • RFC 2576 Coexistence between v1, v2, Objects for Character Stream Devices • RFC 1350 The TFTP Protocol (Revision 2) & v3 of the Internet Standard Network using SMIv2 Management Framework • RFC 1695 Definitions of Managed Objects • RFC 2474 / RFC 2475 DiffServ Support • RFC 1212 Concise MIB definitions for ATM Management v8.0 using SMIv2 • RFC 2597 / RFC 2598 DiffServ per Hop Behavior • RFC 1213 TCP/IP Management • RFC 1696 Modem Management Information Base Information Base using SMIv2 • RFC 1155 SMI • RFC 1213 MIB II • RFC 1724 RIP v2 MIB Extension • RFC 1157 SNMP • RFC 1354 IP Forwarding Table MIB • RFC 1850 OSPF MIB • RFC 1215 Convention for defining traps for use with the SNMP • RFC 1389 / RFC 1724 RIPv2 MIB extensions • RFC 2021 RMON MIB using SMIv2 • RFC 1269 Definitions of Managed Objects • RFC 1398 Definitions of Managed Objects • RFC 2037 Entity MIB using SMIv2 for the Border Gateway Protocol v3 for the Ethernet-Like Interface Types • RFC 2096 IP Forwarding Table MIB 10
  11. 11. avaya.com • RFC 2233 Interfaces Group MIB using SMIv2 • RFC 3810 Multicast Listener Discovery to-back cooling and the maximum • RFC 2452 IPv6 MIB: TCP MIB v2 for IPv6 airflow specification for the 8010co • RFC 2454 IPv6 MIB: UDP MIB • RFC 3811 Definitions of Textual Chassis is 330 linear ft/min • RFC 2465 IPv6 MIB: IPv6 General group Conventions for Multiprotocol Label The 8010co Chassis complies with and textual conventions Switching Management Network Equipment Building Standard • RFC 2466 IPv6 MIB: ICMPv6 Group • RFC 3812 Multiprotocol Label Switching (NEBS) Level 3 as specified in SR3580. Traffic Engineering Management • RFC 2578 Structure of Management Typically the 8010co has superior Information Base Information v2 physical and environment specifications; • RFC 3813 Multiprotocol Label Switching please reference to the product • RFC 2613 Remote Network Monitoring MIB Label Switching Router Management documentation for full details Extensions for Switched Networks v1.0 Information Base • RFC 2665 Definitions of Managed Objects • RFC 3815 Definitions of Managed • Ethernet Routing Switch 8006 Chassis – for the Ethernet-like Interface Types Objects for the Multiprotocol Label 10RU • RFC 2668 Definitions of Managed – Height: 15.8 in. (40.1 cm) Switching, Label Distribution Protocol Objects for IEEE 802.3 Medium – Width: 17.5 in. (44.5 cm) • RFC 4022 Management Information Base Attachment Units – Depth: 19.9 in. (50.5 cm) for the Transmission Control Protocol • RFC 2674 Bridges with Traffic MIB – Weight: up to 170 lb (77 kg) 4087 IP Tunnel MIB • RFC 2787 Definitions of Managed – Cooling System: • RFC 4113 Management Information Base Objects for the Virtual Router Redundancy ◊ – Fan Trays: 1 per Chassis for the User Datagram Protocol Protocol ◊ – Fans: 20 per Fan Tray • RFC 4624 Multicast Source Discovery • RFC 2863 Interface Group MIB ◊ – Thermal Sensors: 1 per Fan Tray Protocol MIB • RFC 2925 Remote Ping, Traceroute & • Ethernet Routing Switch 8003R Lookup Operations MIB Weights & Dimensions Chassis – 7 RU • RFC 2932 IPv4 Multicast Routing MIB • Ethernet Routing Switch 8010 Chassis – – Height: 12.25 in. (31.1 cm) • RFC 2933 IGMP MIB 14RU – Width: 17.5 in. (44.5 cm) • RFC 2934 PIM MIB – Height: 22.9 in. (58.2 cm) – Depth: 21.0 in. (53.5 cm) • RFC 3019 IPv6 MIB: MLD Protocol – Width: 17.5 in. (44.5 cm) – Weight: up to 76 lb (34.5 kg) – Depth: 19.9 in. (50.5 cm) – Cooling System: • RFC 3411 An Architecture for Describing – Weight: up to 225 lb (102 kg) ◊ Fan Trays: 1 per Chassis Simple Network Management Protocol – Cooling System: ◊ Fans: 3 per Fan Tray (SNMP) Management Frameworks ◊ Fan Trays: 2 per Chassis • RFC 3412 Message Processing and ◊ Fans: 15 per Fan Tray Environmental Specifications Dispatching for the Simple Network ◊ Thermal Sensors: 1 per Fan Tray Management Protocol • Operating temperature: 0°C to 40°C • RFC 3416 v2 of the Protocol Operations for (32°F to 104°F) • Ethernet Routing Switch 8010co Chassis – the Simple Network Management Protocol 20RU • Storage temperature: -25°C to 70°C • RFC 3635 Definitions of Managed Objects – Height: 35.9 in. (88.9 cm) (-13°F to 158°F) for the Ethernet-like Interface Types – Width: 17.5 in. (44.5 cm) • Operating humidity: 85% maximum • RFC 3636 Definitions of Managed – Depth: 23.7 in. (60.2 cm) relative humidity, non-condensing Objects for IEEE 802.3 Medium – Weight: up to 315 lb (143 kg) • Storage humidity: 95% maximum relative Attachment Units – Cooling System: 8010co features front- humidity, non-condensing 11
  12. 12. • Operating altitude: 3024 m (10,000 ft) • US: UL60950 • Canada: ICES-003, Issue-2, Class A maximum • Canada: CSA 22.2 No. 60950 • Europe: EN 55022-1998 Class A; EN • Storage altitude: 3024 m (10,000 ft) • Europe: EN60950 (CE Marking) 61000-3-2/A14, maximum • Australia/New Zealand: AS/NZS 3260 Electromagnetic Immunity • Free fall/drop: ISO 4180-s, NSTA 1A • Mexico: NOM-019-SCFI-1998 • Vibration: IEC 68-2-6/34 • Global basis for certification: • Shock/bump: IEC 68-2-27-29 Electromagnetic Emissions CISPR 24:1997 • Global basis for certification: CISPR • Europe: EN 55024:1998 Safety Agency Approvals 22-1997 Class A • Global basis for certification: IEC 60950 • US: FCC CFR47 Part 15, Subpart B, current edition with all CB member deviations Class A About Avaya Avaya is a global leader in enterprise communications systems. The company provides unified communications, contact centers, and related services directly and through its channel partners to leading businesses and organizations around the world. Enterprises of all sizes depend on Avaya for state-of-the-art communications that improve efficiency, collaboration, customer service and competitiveness. For more information please visit www.avaya.com. © 2010 Avaya Inc. All Rights Reserved. Avaya and the Avaya Logo are trademarks of Avaya Inc. and are registered in the United States and other countries. All trademarks identified by ®, TM or SM are registered marks, trademarks, and service marks, respectively, of Avaya Inc. avaya.com All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Avaya may also have trademark rights in other terms used herein. References to Avaya include the Nortel Enterprise business, which was acquired as of December 18, 2009. 04/10 • DN4504