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SecureStack B2 Switch Family
• High performance, high
density
— 160 Gbps of stacking
bandwidth; 160 Gbps
switch fabric with 40
Gbps per switch dedicated
to stacking
— Up to 360 gigabit ports
or 384 10/100 ports with
32 gigabit uplinks in a
single stack
• High-availability services
— IEEE 802.3ad Link
Aggregation
— Closed Loop Stacking
— Optional redundant
power
— Redundant stack
management
• Advanced Quality of Service
— Extensive traffic classification capabilities
— Ingress rate limiting
— Weighted Round Robin
Queuing
— Extensive VLAN support
• Sophisticated Security
— IEEE 802.1x
Authentication
— SSH and RADIUS
— Optional policy license
upgrade available for full
Secure Networks support
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High-density, high-availability stackable 10/100 or 10/100/1000 switching
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Option to deliver Secure Networks to the stackable edge
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Extensive QoS support for VoIP and real-time broadcast/multicast
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Power over Ethernet available
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Complete stack management via NetSight®, web or CLI
Advanced Layer 2+ Switching in a
High-Density Stackable
The SecureStack B2 switch family delivers
advanced Layer 2+ switching in a single
stack with up to 360 gigabit ports or 384
10/100 ports with 32 gigabit uplinks.
Reliability and availability is assured
with support for Closed Loop Stacking,
redundant uplink connections, redundant
power options and redundant stack management. An optional policy license will be
made available approximately six months
after initial shipments that will allow
SecureStack B2 switches to enforce security
at the network edge.
High-Performance and
High-Availability Stacking
SecureStack B2 switches incorporate
integrated stacking ports that support up
to 20 Gbps of bi-directional bandwidth
between any two adjacent switches for a
total of 160 Gbps of stacking bandwidth.
No additional stack module is required to
stack the switches. Each switch has a 160
Gbps switch fabric with 40 Gbps per switch
dedicated to stacking. In an eight switch
stack, 320 Gbps of switching bandwidth
is dedicated to stacking. A single stack can
be comprised of any combination of
SecureStack B2 switches allowing a mixture
of high-density 10/100, 10/100/1000 and/or
Power-over-Ethernet ports to be linked to
the network core via copper, multimode
fiber and/or single-mode fiber Gigabit.
Closed Loop Stacking can be implemented,
which assures that a single switch or cable
connection failure in the stack will not impact
the overall stack operation. Stack switch
units can be added to or removed from the
stack with minimal packet interruption.
Up to eight SecureStack B2 switches can be
supported in a stack with a single IP
address for complete stack management.
Redundant stack management is supported
by assigning a primary and secondary stack
manager.
Switching Services
All SecureStack B2 switches support standards-based switching. The IEEE s t a ndards for switching (IEEE 802.1D MAC
Bridges) and IEEE 802.1t (802.1D
Maintenance), as well as Multiple Spanning
Trees (IEEE 802.1s) and Rapid Reconvergence (IEEE 802.1w), are fully supported.
All switches support up to 8,000 addresses
and have eight hardware queues per port.
Ethernet Flow Control (IEEE 802.3x) as
well as standards-based Link Aggregation
(IEEE 802.3ad) are fully supported in
every switch model. In addition, all switches
support Jumbo Frames (frames up to 9,216
bytes) and IGMP Snooping v1 and v2.
Extensive Traffic Classification
SecureStack B2 switches comprise the
ideal family of switches for delivering any
converged network solution. A major component for supporting converged networks is
traffic classification. All SecureStack B2
switches deliver extensive Layer 2/3/4
packet classification and marking at the
edge based on any of the following:
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MAC address
Physical port
IP address
IP Protocol
IP ToS/DSCP marking
TCP/UDP port
IP subnet
With the optional Secure Networks Policy
License, these classifications can then be used
to deny or permit access, or prioritize traffic.
Advanced Quality of Service
Broad support for Quality of Service makes
SecureStack B2 switches an ideal choice for
all types of networks, including Voice over
IP, real-time and non-real-time video, and
data-intensive applications. Extensive
classification capabilities combined with
eight priority queues per port allow the
SecureStack B2 to rate limit traffic flows
granularly. Weighted Round Robin Queuing
is supported. Support for the IP Differentiated
Services Code Point (DSCP) enables the
switches to enforce requested service levels.
VLAN Support
All SecureStack B2 switches have VLAN
support, with 4,096 VLAN IDs supported and
up to 1,024 VLANs active simultaneously
in a single stack. Receive port identification
may be used to assign a user to a s p e c i f i c
VLAN. All switches support IEEE 802.1Q
tagged and port-based VLANs with full
support for the GARP and GVRP protocols.
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Extensive Security
Security is vital to all networks today and
with SecureStack B2 switches the network
is protected at the first point of entry (user
access). All SecureStack B2 switches support
user-access authentication IEEE 802.1x
and MAC address. The SecureStack B2 also
supports per-port multi-user authentication
with its implementation of PC + Phone
(user and IP phone). With PC + Phone the
SecureStack B2 can support MAC authentication on an IP phone along with simultaneous user authentication via 802.1x or
MAC address per port. In addition, all
SecureStack B2 switches support VLANs
and RADIUS. Strong authentication and
encryption for the switch is provided via
Secured Shell (SSH) and RADIUS.
Dynamic VLAN Assignment Support
Support for RFC3580 Dynamic VLAN
Assignment is included in the basic
SecureStack B2 firmware, which enables
an end user to automatically be mapped to
the appropriate VLAN upon being authenticated via IEEE 802.1x. This feature is
enabled in Firmware Release 1.1, which
is now available as a free downloadable
upgrade to all SecureStack B2 customers.
Optional Secure Networks Support
Secure Networks is Enterasys’ unique
approach to enterprise networking that
integrates advanced security and management features to centralize and automate
granular control of the entire network
infrastructure. All SecureStack B2 switches
can become full members of a Secure
Networks solution with an optional policy
license. The policy license upgrade software will have full support for static or
port-based policies, and dynamic policies
specific to a user (per port based on IEEE
802.1x authentication or MAC address).
Secure Networks features enable SecureStack
B2 switches to fully participate in Secure
Networks Acceptable Use Policy (AUP),
Dynamic Intrusion Response (DIR) and
Trusted End-System (TES) solutions.
Robust Switch and Stack
Management
All SecureStack B2 switches are fully manageable using an industry-standard command
line interface, embedded web interface,
Telnet with SSH, and SNMP management
applications such as NetSight Console
or NetSight Inventory Manager. Every
SecureStack B2 switch supports four groups
of RMON (History, Statistics, Alarms, Events)
and SNMP v1/2 and v3. Configuration files
can be edited with any ASCII editor and can
be uploaded and downloaded from a switch.
A SecureStack B2 stack can be managed as
a single network entity and only a single IP
address is required to manage the complete
stack. There is no need to download software
images to individual stack units; only one
software upgrade needs to be performed
per stack. The image will be distributed to
the individual stack members automatically.
Port-mirroring (one-to-one and many-to-one)
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is supported on individual switches as well
as stack-wide, enabling network managers to
easily monitor and troubleshoot any port in
the stack.
Reliability and Availability
The SecureStack B2 offers a variety of
standards-based features to ensure network
availability. These features include 802.1D
Spanning Tree, 802.1w Rapid Spanning
Tree, 802.1s Multiple Spanning Trees, and
802.3ad Link Aggregation. All of these standards allow for redundant network connections, automatic failover and recovery
capabilities. The SecureStack B2 switches
support additional reliability features such
as Distributed Link Aggregation Groups
(6 groups of 8 ports)—a capability that
supports link aggregation across multiple
stack units thereby ensuring that a failure
in a single unit does not disconnect the
stack from the uplink to the core switch.
Redundant stack management is supported
where there is a primary and one backup for
managing the stack entity. All SecureStack
B2 switches support Closed Loop Stacking,
which enables the stack to continue working
even if an individual switch member or cable
connection fails. Power redundancy is
available as an option for both the Power-overEthernet and standard Ethernet SecureStack
B2 switches. The redundant power options
are the same as those used by the SecureStack
C2 and allow a switch to operate from its
own internal AC power supply or, if there
is a failure, seamlessly failover to the external
redundant power system.
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Power-over-Ethernet
(PoE IEEE 802.3af) Support
Two switch models in the SecureStack B2
switch family provide a centralized IEEE
802.3af-compliant power source for VoIP
phones, wireless access points (e.g.,
RoamAbout AP4102), and remote security
scanners and cameras, eliminating the need
for individual power sources for these
devices. Both switches provide 48 volts of
power over the normally used pairs of each
Category 5 Ethernet cable with a total of
360 watts of power per switch. If all ports
require Power over Ethernet, then the
maximum amount of power required by a
Class 2 device (7.5 watts) can be delivered
to all ports. Any individual port can provide
up to the maximum 15.4 watts specified in
the IEEE standard. The network manager
has the ability to prioritize which ports receive
power if the power demand exceeds the
switch total of 360 watts. Special powershedding support is included in both
switches to enforce the network managerspecified priorities if the power demand
exceeds the maximum wattage. Additionally,
the SecureStack B2 PoE switches support
a device-detection feature that enables them
to work with powered as well as non-powered
end devices. This feature prevents any
damage from occurring when a port on either
SecureStack B2 PoE switch is connected to
any compliant RJ45 device that is already
powered by its own power source. This
feature also allows any mixture of Powerover-Ethernet devices and standard Ethernet
devices to be connected to a single switch.
These SecureStack B2 PoE switches
significantly simplify the installation and
capital costs of access points, VoIP phones
and security devices by allowing them to be
installed in out-of-the-way locations that
are without AC power, thereby enabling
maximum coverage.
Outstanding Configuration
Flexibility
With the SecureStack B2 switch family, mixing
and matching 10/100 and 10/100/1000
switches in a single stack is easy. A small
stack can be started with dual 10/100
switches with redundant Gigabit Ethernet
uplinks to the core. If Power over Ethernet
is needed for remote access points or a
trial test of VoIP phones, a 10/100 PoE
switch can simply be added to the stack.
As higher desktop speeds are required,
10/100/1000 switches can be added. As the
stack grows, the demands on the uplinks
to the core will increase. Distributed Link
Aggregation can be used to increase bandwidth from a single gigabit up to eight
gigabit. All of these various types of switches
can be managed as a single entity with a
single IP address and all of the switches in
the stack run a common software image so
there are no incompatibility issues between
the switches.
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SecureStack B2 Switch Family
B2G124-24
This switch features 24 ports of 10/100/1000
connectivity, four uplink ports supporting
SFP (Small Form-factor Pluggable) GBICs
and two integrated stacking ports. Ports 21
thru 24 on this model have the flexibility
to be mapped as either 10/100/1000 ports
or as optical Gigabit Ethernet ports with
the installation of a fiber transceiver in the
appropriate SFP socket.
B2G124-48
This switch features 48 ports of 10/100/1000
connectivity, four uplink ports supporting
SFP (Small Form-factor Pluggable) GBICs
and two integrated stacking ports. Ports 45
thru 48 have the flexibility to be mapped as
either 10/100/1000 ports or as optical Gigabit
Ethernet ports with the installation of a fiber
transceiver in the appropriate SFP socket.
B2G124-48P
This switch features 48 ports of 10/100/1000
with Power-over-Ethernet capability, four
uplink ports supporting SFP (Small Formfactor Pluggable) GBICs and two integrated
stacking ports. Ports 45 thru 48 have the
flexibility to be mapped as either 10/100/1000
ports or as optical Gigabit Ethernet ports
with the installation of a fiber transceiver
in the appropriate SFP socket.
B2H124-48
This switch features 48 ports of 10/100
Base-TX connectivity, four uplink ports
supporting SFP (Small Form-factor
Pluggable) GBICs and two integrated
stacking ports. The SFP ports support various
optical Gigabit Ethernet solutions with the
installation of a fiber or copper transceiver
to increase the total number of ports to 52.
B2H124-48P
This switch features 48 ports of 10/100BaseTX with Power-over-Ethernet capability,
four uplink ports supporting SFP (Small
Form-factor Pluggable) GBICs and two
integrated stacking ports. The SFP ports
support various optical Gigabit Ethernet
solutions with the installation of a fiber or
copper transceiver to increase the total
number of ports to 52.
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C2RPS-PSM
This 150-watt DC power supply can be used
as redundant power for any of the SecureStack
C2 or B2 non-Power-over-Ethernet switches
(B2G124-24, B2G124-48, and B2H124-48).
The 150-watt power supply can be mounted
in a SecureStack RPS chassis (C2RPS-SYS,
C2RPS-CHAS8 or C2RPS-CHAS2). A
single RPS can power a switch that loses
AC power.
C2RPS-SYS
This SecureStack RPS bundle includes a
chassis (C2RPS-CHAS8) that supports up
to eight individual 150-watt redundant
power supplies (C2RPS-PSM). The bundle
includes the basic chassis, which can be
rack mounted, and one 150-watt redundant
power supply.
C2RPS-POE
This 500-watt DC power unit can be used as
redundant power for any of the SecureStack
C2 or B2 Power-over-Ethernet switches
(B2G124-48P or B2H124-48P). Since the
B2 PoE switches provide up to 360 watts
of PoE power, a much larger redundant
power supply is required. This RPS is a
rack-mountable unit and does not require
an additional chassis.
C2RPS-CHAS8
This SecureStack RPS power chassis supports
up to eight individual 150-watt redundant
power supplies (C2RPS-PSM). RPS units
are mounted vertically in the chassis.
C2RPS-CHAS2
This SecureStack RPS power chassis supports
up to two individual 150-watt redundant
power supplies (C2RPS-PSM). RPS units
are mounted horizontally in the chassis.
Stacking Notes
• Stacking cables must be ordered to
stack the SecureStack B2.
• The SecureStack B2 uses the same
stacking cable as the SecureStack C2
(C2CAB-SHORT or C2CAB-LONG).
• The SecureStack B2 cannot be stacked
with a SecureStack C2.
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Specifications Common to all Switch Models
Technical Specifications
Address Table Size
8,000
Throughput Capacity
148,810 pps per Fast Ethernet port
1,488,100 pps per Gigabit Ethernet port
VLANs
4,096 VLAN IDs
1,024 VLAN entries per stack
Priority Queues
8 per port
Embedded Services
Multilayer Packet Processing
Layer 2/3/4 classification
Ingress Rate Limiting
Switching Services
IEEE 802.1D (MAC Bridges)
IEEE 802.1w (Rapid Reconvergence)
IEEE 802.1s (Multiple Spanning Trees)
IEEE 802.1t (802.1D Maintenance)
IEEE 802.3ad (Link Aggregation)
IEEE 802.3x (Flow Control)
IGMP Snooping v1, 2
Jumbo Frame support (9,216 bytes)
VLAN Support
IEEE 802.1Q VLAN
Tagged-based VLAN
Port-based VLAN
GVRP
GARP
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Quality of Service
IP DSCP
IP precedence
Source IP
Destination IP
Source MAC
Destination MAC
Security
IEEE 802.1x Port Authentication
RADIUS Client
Password protection (encryption)
Secured Shell (SSHv2)
Syslog
Dynamic VLAN Assignment (RFC3580)—Release 1.1
Future: Optional Secure Networks Policy License
RFC and MIB Support
RFC 826—ARP and ARP Redirect
RFC 951, RFC 1542—DHCP/BOOTP relay
RFC 2131, RFC 3046—DHCP client/relay
RFC 2819—RMON-MIB
RFC 1213—RFC1213-MIB/MIB II
RFC 1493—BRIDGE-MIB
RFC 1643—Ethernet-like MIB
RFC 2233—IF-MIB
RFC 2674—P-BRIDGE-MIB
RFC 2674—QBRIDGE-MIB VLAN Bridge MIB
IEEE 802.1X MIB—Port Access
RFC 2620—RADIUS Accounting Client MIB
RFC 2618—RADIUS Authentication Client MIB
RFC 2933—IGMP MIB
RFC 3580
Enterasys VLAN Authorization MIB
Enterasys Entity MIB
Enterasys Policy MIB—Optional License
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Specifications Common to all Switch Models
Physical Specifications
Safety
UL 60950, CSA 60950, EN 60950, EN 60825
IEC 60950
Electromagnetic Compatibility
47 CFR Parts 2 and 15, CSA C108.8, EN 55022,
EN 55024, EN 61000-3-2, EN 61000-3-3,
AS/NZS CISPR 22, VCCI V-3
Environmental Specifications
Power Requirements
Nominal Input Voltages: 100V to 240V
Input Frequency: 47Hz to 63Hz
Temperature
IEC 68-2-14
Standard Operating: 0° C to 40° C (32° F to 104° F)
Non-Operating: -40° C to 70° C (40° F to 158° F)
Humidity
10% to 90% (Non-condensing)
Vibration
IEC 68-2-36, IEC 68-2-6
Shock
IEC 68-2-29
Drop
IEC 68-2-32
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Specifications for Each Switch
B2H124-48 SecureStack B2 Switch
B2G124-24 SecureStack B2 Switch
Dimensions
44.1 cm (17.36") x 4.4 cm (1.73") x 36.85 cm (14.51")
Dimensions
44.1 cm (17.36") x 4.4 cm (1.73") x 36.85 cm (14.51")
Weight
5.27 kg (11.61 lbs)
Weight
5.05 kg (11.12 lbs)
Physical Ports
48 10/100 auto-sensing, auto-negotiating auto
MDI/MDI-X RJ45 ports
4 SFP GBIC ports
2 stacking ports
1 DB9 console port
1 RPS port
Physical Ports
24 10/100/1000 auto-sensing, auto-negotiating auto
MDI/MDI-X RJ45 ports
4 SFP GBIC ports
2 stacking ports
1 DB9 console port
1 RPS port
Heat Dissipation
205 BTU/HR
Heat Dissipation
294 BTU/HR
MTBF (predicted)
138,741 hours
MTBF (predicted)
195,256 hours
B2H124-48P SecureStack B2 Switch
B2G124-48 SecureStack B2 Switch
Dimensions
44.1 cm (17.36") x 4.4 cm (1.73") x 36.85 cm (14.51")
Dimensions
44.1 cm (17.36") x 4.4 cm (1.73") x 36.85 cm (14.51")
Weight
6.50 kg (14.32 lbs)
Weight
5.71 kg (12.58 lbs)
Physical Ports
48 10/100 PoE auto-sensing, auto-negotiating auto
MDI/MDI-X RJ45 ports
4 SFP GBIC ports
2 stacking ports
1 DB9 console port
1 RPS port
Physical Ports
48 10/100/1000 auto-sensing, auto-negotiating auto
MDI/MDI-X RJ45 ports
4 SFP GBIC ports
2 stacking ports
1 DB9 console port
1 RPS port
Heat Dissipation
1,451 BTU/HR
Heat Dissipation
441 BTU/HR
MTBF (predicted)
115,872 hours
MTBF (predicted)
113,646 hours
Power-over-Ethernet
IEEE 802.3af compliant
Total PoE power of 360 W
Average of 7.5 watts per port (Class 2)
Per-port enable/disable
Per-port priority safety
Per-port overload and short circuit protection
System power monitor
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Specifications for Each Switch
B2G124-48P SecureStack B2 Switch
Dimensions
44.1 cm (17.36") x 4.4 cm (1.73") x 36.85 cm (14.51")
Weight
6.94 kg (15.29 lbs)
Physical Ports
48 10/100/1000 1000 auto-sensing, auto-negotiating auto
MDI/MDI-X RJ45 ports
4 SFP GBIC ports
2 stacking ports
1 DB9 console port
1 RPS port
Heat Dissipation
1,670 BTU/HR
MTBF (predicted)
102,777 hours
Power-over-Ethernet
IEEE 802.3af compliant
Total PoE power of 360 W
Average of 7.5 watts per port (Class 2)
Maximum of 15.4 watts per port
Per-port enable/disable
Per-port priority safety
Per-port overload and short circuit protection
System power monitor
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Redundant Power Supply Specifications
C2RPS-PSM Power Supply
Physical Specifications
Dimensions
19.6 cm (7.7") x 5.2 cm (2.04") x 25.7 cm (10.1")
Net Weight (Unit Only)
1.75 kg (3.85 lbs)
Gross Weight (Packaged Unit)
3.20 kg (7.04 lbs)
MTBF
300,000 hours
Environmental Specifications
Operating Temperature
5° C to 40° C (41° F to 104° F)
Storage Temperature
-30° C to 73° C (-22° F to 164° F)
Environmental Specifications
Operating Temperature
5° C to 40° C (41° F to 104° F)
Storage Temperature
-30° C to 73° C (-22° F to 164° F)
Operating Relative Humidity
10% to 90%
Electrical Specifications
AC Input Frequency Range
47-63 Hz
AC Input Voltage Range
90-264 Vac
Maximum Output Power
500 W
C2RPS-CHAS2 SecureStack Power Shelf
Operating Relative Humidity
10% to 90%
Power Supply Slots
2
Electrical Specifications
AC Input Frequency Range
47-63 Hz
Dimensions*
48.2 cm (19.0") x 5.5 cm (2.2") x 18.0 cm (7.0")
AC Input Voltage Range
85-264 VAC Hz
Maximum Output Power
102 W or 156 W continuous
C2RPS-POE Power Supply
Physical Specifications
Dimensions
4.45 cm (1.75") x 44.5 cm (17.5") x 16.5 cm (6.5")
Net Weight (Unit Only)
3.47 kg (7.63 lbs)
Gross Weight (Packaged Unit)
4.95 kg (10.89 lbs)
MTBF
589,644 hours at 25° C (77°F)
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Weight
0.95 kg (2.09 lbs)
*Note: dimensions include integrated rackmount ears.
C2RPS-CHAS8 SecureStack Power Shelf
Power Supply Slots
8
Dimensions
44.0 cm (117.3") x 22.26 cm (8.77") x 26.4 cm (10.4")
Weight
5.27 kg (11.6 lbs)
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Ordering Information
SecureStack B2 Switches
B2G124-24
SecureStack B2 with 24 10/100/1000 ports via RJ45 and four Mini-GBIC “combo” ports
B2G124-48
SecureStack B2 with 48 10/100/1000 ports via RJ45 and four Mini-GBIC “combo” ports
B2H124-48
SecureStack B2 with 48 10/100 ports via RJ45 and four Mini-GBIC uplink ports
SecureStack B2 Power-over-Ethernet Switches
B2H124-48P
SecureStack B2 with 48 10/100 Power-over-Ethernet ports via RJ45 and four Mini-GBIC uplink ports
B2G124-48P
SecureStack B2 with 48 10/100/1000 Power-over-Ethernet ports via RJ45 and four Mini-GBIC ”combo” ports
SecureStack Optional Redundant Power
C2RPS-PSM
SecureStack 150-watt Redundant Non-PoE Power Supply with one DC cable
C2RPS-CHAS8
SecureStack RPS Chassis supporting up to 8 C2RPS-PSMs
C2RPS-SYS
SecureStack RPS Chassis plus 1 C2RPS-PSM (chassis supports up to 8 C2RPS-PSMs)
C2RPS-POE
SecureStack 500-watt Redundant PoE Power Supply with one DC cable
C2RPS-CHAS2
SecureStack RPS chassis (chassis supports up to 2 C2RPS-PSMs)
Cables
C2CAB-LONG
SecureStack stacking cable for connecting the top switch to the bottom switch (1 m)
C2CAB-SHORT
SecureStack stacking cable for connecting adjacent switches (30 cm)
SSCON-CAB
SecureStack Console Cable (for use on either B2 or C2 switches)
Optional Software Licenses
B2POL-LIC
SecureStack B2 Policy License
Note: stacking cables must be ordered if you wish to stack the SecureStack B2.
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Ordering Information
MGBIC Modules
MGBIC-LC01
Mini-GBIC with 1000Base-SX via LC connector
MGBIC-LC03
Mini-GBIC with 1000Base-LX/LH (2 Km Long Haul) MMF via LC connector
MGBIC-08
Mini-GBIC with 1000Base-LX/LH (70 Km Long Haul) SMF via LC connector
MGBIC-LC09
Mini-GBIC with 1000Base-LX via LC connector
MGBIC-02
Mini-GBIC with 1000Base-T via RJ45 connector
MGBIC-MT01
Mini-GBIC with 1000Base-SX via MTRJ connector
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Warranty
Additional Information
As a customer-centric company, Enterasys is committed to
providing the best possible workmanship and design in
our product set. Enterasys offers a limited lifetime warranty on the Enterasys SecureStack B2 that covers the
complete switch including power supplies and fans. This
warranty also includes advance replacement (next business day replacement or shipment depending upon geography) of any failed switch. Please refer to the Enterasys
website for full warranty details.
For additional information on the SecureStack B2 switch
family, please visit www.enterasys.com/products/switching/
Service and Support
Enterasys understands that superior service and support is
a critical component of Networks that Know.™ The
Enterasys SupportNet Portfolio—a suite of innovative
and flexible service and support offerings—completes the
Enterasys solution. SupportNet offers all the post-implementation support services you need—online, onsite or
over the phone—to maintain your network availability and
performance.
Enterasys SecureStack, and NetSight are
trademarks or re g i s t e red trademarks of
Enterasys Networks. All other products or
services mentioned are identified by the
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Contact Information
Contact Enterasys Sales at 877-801-7082 or
enterasys.com/corporate/contact/contact-sales.html
Enterasys Networks
Corporate Headquarters
50 Minuteman Road
Andover, MA 01810
U.S.A