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Datasheet | Operating System
AlliedWare PlusTM 5.3.4
Operating System
AlliedWare Plus TM
O P E R AT I N G S YS T E M
AlliedWare PlusTM Layer 3 Fully Featured Operating System
The advanced AlliedWare PlusTM Operating System delivers a rich feature set and an
industry-standard CLI. AlliedWare Plus is Allied Telesis' next generation operating system,
providing advanced IPv4 and IPv6 features and even greater robustness and ease of management.
In keeping with the increasing complexity of Allied Telesis' ever-improving and feature-rich
software, AlliedWare Plus employs a new modular approach to software creation and distribution.
It represents a quantum shift in the software development methodology for Allied Telesis
switches, providing you with even more features and greater robustness from the operating
system.
The AlliedWare Plus operating system combines superior networking functionality and strong
management capabilities with the exceptional performance that today's networks demand. A
standards-based implementation, it also assures full interoperability with other major network
equipment, along with improved usability and therefore a superior customer experience.
What's new?
Modularity + Monitoring = Robust Flexibility
AlliedWare Plus has a modular architecture, providing
superior reliability. It uses separate software processes,
called modules, to handle different functions - for
example management, routing protocols, and control
functions. Each of these modules can only access its
own allocated memory, which prevents processes
from corrupting each other and causing system
crashes. Although independent of each other,
modules communicate via well-defined interfaces.
▀▀ Dynamic Host Configuration
Protocol (DHCP) Snooping
▀▀ sFlow
▀▀ VCStack Fast Failover
▀▀ Strong Passwords
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Key Features
Easy to manage - The industry standard CLI reduces training requirements. With Virtual Chassis Stacking (VCStackTM), units in a
stack appear as one virtual chassis with a single IP address to simplify management.
Secure - Advanced security features protect your network - from the edge to the core. Network Access Control (NAC) gives
unprecedented control over user access to your network.
Resilient - VCStack provides fast failover for uninterrupted network service. Sophisticated high availability features ensure traffic
flow continues even during outages.
Future proof - Hardware-based IPv6 forwarding, along with 'IPv6 Ready' phase 2 certification, protects your investment. Licensing
unlocks new features, and hot-swappable expansion modules (XEMs) enable network configuration flexibility.
Convergence - Comprehensive, low latency QoS features operating at wire-speed provide flow based traffic management.
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AlliedWare Plus at a Glance:
AlliedWare Plus Advanced Features
Industry Standard Command Line Interface (CLI)
Virtual Chassis Stacking (VCStack)
High Speed Stacking
Network Access Control
Highly Modular Software
Superior Quality of Service (QoS)
Policy-based Routing (PBR)
802.1x Dynamic VLAN Assignment
Control Plane Prioritization (CPP)
IPv6 Wirespeed Routing
• DHCP Snooping
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Other Feature Highlights
• Loop Protection and Loop Detection
• Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) Root Guard
• Bridge Protocol Data Unit (BPDU) Protection
• Dynamic Link Failover
• Access Control Lists (ACLs)
• STP, RSTP, MSTP
• Link Layer Discovery Protocol Media Endpoint Discovery
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Ethernet Protection Switching Ring (EPSR)
Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP)
Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP)
Trigger Facility
Logging Facility
Scripting
Web (HTTP) client
Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP)
Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) Client
DHCP Server and Client
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)
Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP)
IGMP Query Solicitation
Routing Information Protocol (RIP)
Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)
RADIUS server
NTP Master
PIM-SM and PIM-DM
Secure Copy (SCP)
Advanced Storm Control
GUI
VLAN Double Tagging (Q-in-Q)
Power over Ethernet (PoE)
Policy-Based Routing (PBR)
sFlow
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What's new in Software Release 5.3.4
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) Snooping
DHCP servers allocate IP addresses to clients, and the switch keeps a record
of addresses issued on each port. IP Source Guard checks against this DHCP
snooping database to ensure only clients with specific IP and/or MAC address
can access the network. DHCP snooping can be combined with other
features, like Dynamic ARP Inspection, to increase security in layer 2 switched
environments, and also provides a traceable history, which meets the growing
legal requirements placed on Service Providers.
sFlow
sFlow is an industry standard technology for monitoring high speed switched
networks. It gives complete visibility into the use of networks enabling
performance optimization, accounting/billing for usage, and defence against
security threats. Sampled packets sent to a collector ensure it always has a
real-time view of network traffic.
VCStack Fast Failover
Virtual Chassis Stacking (VCStack) delivers resiliency and scalability to
networks, simplifying management while increasing performance. Fast Failover
further enhances this advanced solution by providing absolutely minimal
network downtime in the event of a problem.
Strong Passwords
Enforcing strong passwords for users of key networking equipment allows
network administrators to increase security, and ensure a robust and reliable
infrastructure.
AlliedWare Plus Products
The following switches currently run the advanced AlliedWare
Plus operating system:
▀▀ SwitchBlade®
x908
▀▀ x900-24XT
▀▀ x900-24XT-N
▀▀ x900-24XS
▀▀ x900-12XT/S
▀▀ x600-24Ts
▀▀ x600-24Ts-POE
▀▀ x600-24Ts/XP
▀▀ x600-48Ts
▀▀ x600-48Ts/XP
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Management
Industry Standard Command Line
Interface (CLI)
The AlliedWare Plus operating system
incorporates an industry standard CLI, facilitating
intuitive manageability. Each command is
associated with a specific function, or a common
function performing a specific task. You can
automate some of your configuration tasks, as
many of these commands may also be used in
scripts. Triggers can also be utilized, providing a
powerful mechanism for automatic and timed
management by automating the execution of
commands in response to specific events.
With three distinct modes, the CLI is very
secure. In User exec mode you can view settings
and troubleshoot problems but you cannot make
changes to the system. In Privileged exec mode
you can change system settings and restart the
device. You can only make configuration changes
in Global configuration mode, which reduces the
risk of making accidental configuration changes.
Virtual Chassis Stacking (VCStackTM)
VCStack makes networking simple. It allows you
to connect multiple switches together via high
speed stacking links. This aggregates the switches,
which then appear as a single switch, or 'virtual
chassis'. The virtual chassis can be configured and
managed via a single serial console or IP address,
which provides greater ease of management in
comparison to an arrangement of individually
managed switches, and often eliminates the need to
configure protocols like VRRP and Spanning Tree.
VCStack provides a highly available system where
network resources can be spread out across the
stacked switches, thus reducing the impact should
one of the stacked switches fail. Ports on different
switches across the stack can be aggregated to
provide excellent link redundancy.
Graphic User Interface (GUI)
The GUI delivers maximum benefits with
minimal complexity. Research shows that the
GUI is most used for monitoring network
status, rather than for performing configuration
changes. As such, the AlliedWare Plus GUI
provides extensive monitoring capabilities,
and essential configuration capabilities.
Broadcast Forwarding
In a Wake on LAN environment, an L3 switch
needs to forward the Wake on LAN broadcast
packets across different subnets. Normal operation
would limit the broadcast to all devices on the
same subnet, but with Broadcast Forwarding,
you can configure the L3 switch to allow
broadcast packets to reach other subnets too.
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IP Helper
When an L3 switch is configured as an IP Helper,
the switch can relay broadcasts from clients in
different subnets to their destination, instead of
blocking them. With IP Helper, Windows client
machines can be on a different subnet to the
Windows server, and NetBIOS broadcasts that
are fundamental to the Windows network can still
successfully pass between the switches.
Security
802.1x, RADIUS Authentication and
Dynamic VLAN Assignment
The IEEE 802.1x standard manages port-based
network access. It provides authentication to
devices attached to a LAN port by initiating a
connection or preventing access if authentication
fails. Valuable for authenticating and controlling
user traffic to a protected network, 802.1x is also
effective for dynamically varying encryption keys.
802.1x attaches the Extensible Authentication
Protocol (EAP) to both wired and wireless LAN
media, and supports multiple authentication
methods, such as token cards, Kerberos,
certificates, and public key authentication.
802.1x uses the RADIUS (Remote
Authentication Dial In User Service) protocol
to transfer authentication and configuration
information between the switch and a shared
RADIUS authentication Server, which manages
a database of users and provides authentication
and configuration information to the client.
Dynamic VLAN assignment allows an 802.1x
supplicant to be placed into a specific VLAN
based on information returned from the
RADIUS server during authentication. This
limits a supplicant's network access to a specific
VLAN, and prevents supplicants from connecting
to VLANs for which they are not authorized.
Network Access Control (NAC)
NAC provides unprecedented control over user
access to the network, in order to mitigate threats
to network infrastructure. NAC uses 802.1x portbased authentication with standards-compliant
dynamic VLAN assignment, to assess a user’s
adherence to the network’s security policies, and
either grant authentication or offer remediation.
NAC also supports alternatives to 802.1x portbased authentication, such as web authentication
to enable guest access, and MAC authentication
for end points that do not have an 802.1x
supplicant. Furthermore, if multiple users share a
port then multi-authentication can be used and
a Guest VLAN (also known as Default VLAN)
can be configured to provide a catch-all for users
without an 802.1x supplicant.
Secure Shell (SSH) version 2 (SSHv2)
SSH provides encrypted and strongly authenticated
remote login sessions. SSHv2 provides sessions
between a host running an SSH server and a
machine with an SSH client.
Secure Copy Protocol (SCP)
SCP allows for secure file transfer to and from the
switch, protecting your network from unwanted
downloads and unauthorized file copying.
Access Control Lists (ACLs)
AlliedWare Plus delivers industry-standard Access
Control functionality through access control lists
(ACLs). ACLs filter network traffic to control
whether packets are forwarded or blocked at the
port interface. The switch examines each packet
to determine whether to forward or drop the
packet based on the criteria that is specified within
the ACL, such as source and destination MAC or
IP address, IP protocol, or TCP/UDP port. This
provides a powerful network security mechanism to
select the types of traffic to be analyzed, forwarded,
or influenced in some way, for example to restrict
routing updates or provide traffic flow control.
Bridge Protocol Data Unit (BPDU)
Protection
BPDU Protection adds extra security to the
Spanning Tree Protocol (STP). It protects
the spanning tree configuration by preventing
malicious DoS attacks caused by spoofed BPDUs.
BPDU Protection is designed to be enabled on ports
that should not receive BPDUs. These are edge ports
connected to end user devices that do not run
spanning tree. If a spoofed BPDU packet is received
on a protected port, the BPDU Protection feature
disables the port and alerts the network manager.
Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) Root Guard
STP Root Guard designates which devices can
assume the role of Root Bridge in an STP network.
This stops an undesirable device from taking
over this role, where it could either compromise
network performance or cause a security weakness.
Resiliency
Control Plane Prioritization (CPP)
The Control Plane Prioritization (CPP) feature
allows you to allocate priorities to packet types,
to ensure minimum interruption to the flow of
control information through the network.
CPP stops the control plane from being flooded by
traffic in the event of a network storm or Denial
of Service (DoS) attack. This ensures maximal
performance and prevents network outages.
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In addition, with CPP you can also limit the amount
of traffic that flows to the CPU to ensure that
performance of other services, such as the CLI, are
not affected during network storms or DoS attacks.
Link Aggregation
Link aggregation allows a number of individual
switch ports to be combined, forming a single
logical connection of higher bandwidth. This provides
a higher performance link, and also provides
redundancy for a more reliable and robust network.
MSTP - Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol
MSTP addresses the limitations in the existing
spanning tree protocols, Spanning Tree Protocol
(STP) and Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP).
MSTP is similar to RSTP in that it provides loop
resolution and rapid convergence. However
it also has the significant extra advantage of
making it possible to have different forwarding
paths for different multiple spanning tree
instances. This enables load balancing of
network traffic across redundant links.
VCStack and Link Aggregation
Link Aggregation can be used across members
of a stack to protect against link and device
failures. This provides a resilient network solution
that is easier to implement and administer than
traditional redundant core networks. A VCStack
solution in combination with Link Aggregation
also achieves load balancing, as the stacked
devices share the network traffic.
Loop Protection
AlliedWare Plus provides two forms of Loop
Protection, Thrash Limiting and Loop Detection:
Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol
(VRRP)
VRRP provides automatic backup in mission-critical
environments. This feature enables multiple routers
or switches to share a virtual IP address that serves
as the default LAN gateway. Should the master fail,
the other devices assume the virtual IP address.
LAN devices can continue to be configured with a
single default gateway address, and because VRRP is
a standards based protocol, full interoperability with
other VRRP-supported products is assured.
Loop Detection works in conjunction with Thrash
Limiting. With Thrash Limiting, the switch only
detects a loop when a storm has occurred, which
can potentially cause disruption to the network.
To avoid this, Loop Detection sends special
packets that the switch listens for. You can specify
an action to apply to a port that sends a special
packet. You can choose to either disable the port,
disable the link, or send an SNMP trap.
Storm Protection
Advanced packet storm control features protect
your network from broadcast storms:
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andwidth limiting minimises the effects of the
storm by reducing the amount of flooding traffic.
Thrash Limiting, also known as Rapid MAC
Movement, detects and resolves network loops.
It is highly user-configurable - from the rate of
looping traffic to the type of action the switch
should take when it detects a loop.
Dynamic Link Failover
Dynamic Link Failover (Host Attach) is a versatile
feature that enables devices that do not support
link aggregation to form multiple active links, by
using triggers and scripts. You can customize
Dynamic Link Failover to suit almost any
situation, from a simple redundant backup link to
multiple active links capable of basic load-sharing.
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olicy-based storm protection is more powerful
than bandwidth limiting. It lets you restrict storm
damage to within the storming VLAN, and it
gives you the flexibility to define the traffic rate
that creates a broadcast storm. You can also
configure the action the device should take
when it detects a storm, such as disabling the
port from the VLAN or shutting the port down.
Future-proofing
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acket storm protection allows you to set limits
on the broadcast reception rate, multicast frames
and destination lookup failures. In addition, you
can set separate limits to specify when the device
will discard each of the different packet types.
We provide a comprehensive suite of routing
and management features, delivering futureproof networking while retaining your
existing IPv4 network infrastructure.
Ethernet Protected Switching Ring (EPSR)
EPSR allows several switches to form a protected
ring with sub 50ms failover. This feature is perfect
for high performance at the core of enterprise or
provider access networks.
Our IPv6 features include:
• Wirespeed IPv6 unicast forwarding and
routing in hardware
• Static routing and RIPng
• “Dual stack” for simultaneous IPv4 and IPv6
traffic processing
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IPv6 Wirespeed Forwarding
As the IPv4 address space diminishes, IPv6 is rapidly
becoming a mandatory requirement for many
government and enterprise customers. To meet this
need now and into the future, AlliedWare Plus
enables IPv6 forwarding in hardware on all
supported platforms.
• Tunnelling enabling IPv4 traffic forwarding
over an IPv6 network
• MLD Snooping for efficient bandwidth use
when serving MLD streams
AlliedWare Plus Licensing Unlocks
New Features
With AlliedWare Plus, a single license password or
'key' is all that is necessary to "unlock" additional
feature bundles that ship with the switches.. This
single key enables the bundled features on all
hardware of that particular product type.
Hot-swappable XEM modules
The AlliedWare Plus operating system supports
hot-swappable XEM modules, dramatically
reducing system downtime. You can remove and
add XEM modules, or swap a XEM for another
of the same sort - all without having to reboot or
reconfigure your network.
Convergence
Policy-Based Quality of Service (QoS)
Comprehensive, low latency QoS features
operating at wire-speed provide flow based traffic
management with full classification, prioritization,
traffic shaping and min/max bandwidth profiles.
Our QoS features are ideal for service providers
wanting to ensure maximum availability of premium
voice, video and data services, and at the same
time manage customer service level agreements.
For enterprise customers, the QoS features protect
productivity by guaranteeing performance of
business-critical applications (including VoIP services),
and help to restore and maintain responsiveness of
enterprise applications in the workplace.
MLD Snooping
MLD Snooping reduces the amount of multicast
traffic on a network by sending the streams only
to interested recipients, instead of flooding to all
recipients. This results in far more efficient use of
network bandwidth.
Link Layer Discovery Protocol - Media
Endpoint Discovery (LLDP - MED)
LLDP-MED extends LLDP's basic network
endpoint discovery and management functions.
LLDP-MED allows for media endpoint specific
messages, providing detailed information on power
requirements, network policy, location discovery
(for Emergency Call Services) and inventory.
LLDP-MED is an important feature for simplifying
VOIP, security camera and WLAN deployments.
Voice VLAN
Voice VLAN automatically separates voice and data
traffic into two different VLANS. This automatic
separation places delay-sensitive traffic into a
voice-dedicated VLAN, which simplifies QoS
configurations.
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AlliedWare Plus Operating System Features
Allied Telesis Product
x600
x900
AT-SBx908
Software Release
5.3.4
5.3.4
5.3.4
STP - Spanning Tree Protocol
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RSTP - Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol
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MSTP (802.1s) - Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol
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EPSR - Ethernet Protected Switched Rings
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VRRP - Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol
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LACP - Link Aggregation Control Protocol (802.3ad)
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Storm Protection
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Virtual Chassis Stacking - VCStack
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Virtual Chassis Stacking Fast Failover
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CPP - Control Plane Prioritization
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802.1x
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802.1x Dynamic VLAN Assignment
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Access Control Lists
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DoS Attack Prevention - Denial of Service
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Tri-Authentication (802.1x, MAC, web)
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802.1x Multi-supplicant
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Roaming Authentication
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SSHv2 - Secure Shell version 2
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RADIUS
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BPDU Protection - Bridge Protocl Data Unit
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Intrusion Detection (Port Security)
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Private VLANs
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DHCP Option 82 - Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
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DHCP Snooping - Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
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NAC - Network Access Control
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STP Root Guard - Spanning Tree Protocol
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Policy Based QoS -Quality of Service
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Strict Priority and/or WRR Queue Servicing - Weighted Round Robin
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LLDP- MED - Link Layer Discovery Protocol Media Endpoint Discovery
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Voice VLAN
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PoE Management - Power over Ethernet
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Priority Tagging (IEEE 802.1p)
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Resiliency
Security
Convergence
Single-Rate Three-Color Marking
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Two-Rate Three-Color Marking
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= Feature is available in the Standard AlliedWare release of this product
AL3= Feature is available with the Advanced L3 feature license for this product
F=Feature will be available in a future release
IPv6 =Feature is available with the Advanced IPv6 feature license for
this product
Note: This table does not provide a complete AlliedWare Plus®
feature list. For more information about individual products, see
www.alliedtelesis.com.
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AlliedWare Plus Operating System Features continued
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x900
AT-SBx908
Software Release
5.3.4
5.3.4
5.3.4
IGMPv3 - Internet Group Management Protocol
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IGMP Proxy
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PIM-SM - Protocol Independent Multicast Sparse Mode
AL3
AL3
AL3
Convergence - continued
MLD Snooping
IPv6
IPv6
IPv6
PIM DM
AL3
AL3
AL3
IGMP Query Solicitation
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Industry Standard CLI - Command Line Interface
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Network Manageability
RMON groups (1,2,3,9)
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HTTP Client
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TFTP Client - Trivial File Transfer Protocol
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SNMP - Simple Network Management Protocol
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Trigger Facility
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Scripting
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SCP - Secure Copy
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DHCP Client and Server- Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
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Text Editor
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Telnet
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NTP - Network Time Protocol
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Ping Polling
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Syslog
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DHCP Relay
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DNS Client - Domain Name System
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GUI
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Dynamic Link Failover
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LLDP - Link Layer Discovery Protocol
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sFlow
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Jumbo Frames
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VLAN Double Tagging (Q-in-Q)
AL3
AL3
AL3
OSPFv2 - Open Shortest Path First
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AL3*
AL3*
BGP-4 - Border Gateway Protocol version 4
AL3
AL3
AL3
RIPv1, RIPv2
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Routing
ECMP - Equal Cost Multipath Protocol
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Route Maps
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IP Helper
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Broadcast Forwarding
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IPv6 Static Routes
IPv6
IPv6
IPv6
RIPng
IPv6
IPv6
IPv6
Policy Based Routing
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64 Routes included in Base License
= Feature is available in the Standard AlliedWare release of this
product
AL3= Feature is available with the Advanced L3 feature license for this
product
F=Feature will be available in a future release
IPv6 =Feature is available with the Advanced IPv6 feature license for
this product
Note: This table does not provide a complete AlliedWare Plus®
feature list. For more information about individual products, see
www.alliedtelesis.com.
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Feature Licenses
Product
Advanced L3:
IPv6 Pack:
IPv6 Management
IPv6 Static Routes
IPv6 Unicast Forwarding
RIPng
MLD Snooping
RADIUS Full:2
• OSPF
• PIM-SM
• PIM-DM
• BGP4
• VLAN Double Tagging (Q in Q)
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SwitchBlade® x908
AT-FL-SBX9-01
AT-FL-SBX9-02
AT-FL-RADIUS-FULL
x900-24XT
AT-FL-X900-01
AT-FL-X900-02
AT-FL-RADIUS-FULL
x900-24XT-N
AT-FL-X900-01
AT-FL-X900-02
AT-FL-RADIUS-FULL
x900-24XS
AT-FL-X900-01
AT-FL-X900-02
AT-FL-RADIUS-FULL
x900-12XT/S
AT-FL-X900-01
AT-FL-X900-02
AT-FL-RADIUS-FULL
x600-24Ts
AT-FL-X600-01
AT-FL-X600-02
AT-FL-RADIUS-FULL
x600-24Ts-POE
AT-FL-X600-01
AT-FL-X600-02
AT-FL-RADIUS-FULL
x600-24Ts/XP
AT-FL-X600-01
AT-FL-X600-02
AT-FL-RADIUS-FULL
x600-48Ts
AT-FL-X600-01
AT-FL-X600-02
AT-FL-RADIUS-FULL
x600-48Ts/XP
AT-FL-X600-01
AT-FL-X600-02
AT-FL-RADIUS-FULL
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Store up to 5000 users and
1000 NAS in the local RADIUS
database.
About Allied Telesis
Allied Telesis is part of the Allied Telesis Group. Founded in 1987, the company is a global provider of secure
Ethernet/IP access solutions and an industry leader in the deployment of IP Triple Play networks over copper
and fiber access infrastructure. Our POTS-to-10G iMAP integrated Multiservice Access Platform and iMG
intelligent Multiservice Gateways, in conjunction with advanced switching, routing and WDM-based transport
solutions, enable public and private network operators and service providers of all sizes to deploy scalable,
carrier-grade networks for the cost-effective delivery of packet-based voice, video and data services.
Visit us online at www.alliedtelesis.com.
Service and Support
Allied Telesis provides value-added support services for its customers under its Net.Cover
programs. For more information on Net.Cover support programs available in your area, contact your Allied
Telesis sales representative or visit our website.
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64 OSPF Routes included in base software.
100 users and 24 NAS can be stored in local RADIUS database with the base software.
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