DATASHEET EX8208 ETHERNET SWITCH Product Overview The EX8208 modular Ethernet switch, a member of the Juniper Networks EX Series Ethernet Switches product family, offers a flexible, powerful, and modular platform that delivers the performance, scalability, and high availability required for today’s high-density data center, campus aggregation, and core switching environments. With a total capacity of up to 6.2 Tbps, the EX8208 system provides a complete, end-to-end Product Description The eight-slot Juniper Networks® EX8208 Ethernet Switch, part of the Juniper Networks EX8200 line of Ethernet Switches, is ideal for aggregating access switches such as Juniper Networks EX3200 and EX4200 lines of Ethernet switches deployed in campus wiring closets and in data center top-of-rack applications. The EX8208 is also designed to support 1-Gigabit and 10-Gigabit Ethernet server access in data center end-of-row chassis deployments. In core applications, the EX8208 provides approximately 960 Mpps of highdensity, wire-speed 10-Gigabit Ethernet performance for the largest campus and data center networks. Customers can advance the economics of their network by leveraging the consistent performance of the Juniper Networks EX8200 line of Ethernet switches’ wire-speed line cards, in conjunction with the EX4500, EX4200, EX3200 and EX2200 lines of Ethernet switches and Juniper Networks Junos® operating system to reduce capital and operational expenses across the network infrastructure. solution for the high-performance EX8208 Ethernet Switch networks of today and into the future. The EX8208 switch includes an advanced set of hardware features enabled by Juniperdesigned EX-PFE2 ASICs and the carrier-class Juniper Networks operating system, Junos OS, delivering the capabilities needed to support the high-performance networks of today and tomorrow. The EX8208 switch features eight dedicated line-card slots that can accommodate a variety of EX8200 Ethernet line cards. Options include the following: • EX8200-48T: a 48-port 10/100/1000BASE-T RJ-45 unshielded twisted pair (UTP) line card • EX8200-48F: a 48-port 100BASE-FX/1000BASE-X SFP fiber line card • EX8200-8XS: an eight-port 10GBASE-X SFP+ fiber line card • EX8200-40XS: a 40-port 10GBASE-X SFP+ / 1000BASE-X SFP line card Fully configured, a single EX8208 chassis can support up to 384 Gigabit Ethernet or 64 10-Gigabit Ethernet ports at wire speed, or 320 10-Gigabit Ethernet ports in shared bandwidth applications, delivering one of the industry’s highest 10-Gigabit Ethernet port densities. 1 At 14 rack-units (RUs) high, three EX8208 Ethernet Switches can fit in a standard 42 RU rack, enabling up to 1,152 Gigabit Ethernet or 960 10-Gigabit Ethernet ports in a single rack. At just 21 inches deep, the EX8208 is sufficiently compact to fit into typical wiring FEATURES DESCRIPTION High availability Hardware designed for continuous operation: • Secure, modular architecture isolates faults closets, making it ideal for campus deployments where space is at • Separate control and forwarding planes enhance scalability and resiliency a premium. • Transparent failover and network recovery • Graceful Route Engine Switchover (GRES) The EX8208 features a switch fabric that is capable of delivering 320 • Nonstop Routing (NSR)* Gbps (full duplex) per slot, enabling scalable wire-rate performance on all ports for any packet size. The passive backplane design supports a future capacity of up to 6.2 Tbps, providing a built-in migration path to next-generation deployments. • Non-Stop Software Upgrade (NSSU)* Layer 2 features • Jumbo frames (9216 Bytes) • 4,096 VLANs • VLAN Registration Protocol (GVRP) The base-configuration EX8208 Ethernet Switch includes a • 802.3ad – Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP) side-mounted hot-swappable fan tray with variable-speed fans, • 802.1D – Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) one Switch Fabric and Routing Engine (SRE) module, and one • 802.1w – Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP) • 802.1s – Multiple Instance Spanning Tree Protocol (MSTP) dedicated Switch Fabric module. Base EX8208 switches also ship with either two 2000 watt or two 3000 watt power supplies, • VLAN Spanning Tree Protocol (VSTP) although six power supply bays allow users to provision the chassis to provide the power and redundancy required for any application. Redundant EX8208 configurations include a second • Redundant Trunk Group (RTG) Layer 3 features SRE module for hot-standby resiliency while AC or DC power • Static routing • RIP v1/v2 • OSPF v1/v2 options provide complete redundancy, reliability, and availability. • Filter-based forwarding All components are accessible from the front, simplifying repairs • Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP) and upgrades. • BGP (Advanced Feature license) • IS-IS (Advanced Feature license) A front-panel chassis-level LCD panel displays Routing Engine • IPv6 (Advanced Feature license) status as well as chassis component alarm information for • Bidirectional Forwarding Detection (BFD) rapid problem identification and resolution to simplify overall operations. The LCD also provides a flexible, user-friendly interface for performing device initialization and configuration rollbacks, reporting system status and alarm notification, or restoring the switch to its default settings. • Virtual routers Hardware tunneling • GRE tunnels (Advanced feature license*) Multicast • Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP) v1/v2/v3 • IGMP snooping v1/v2/v3 Table 1: EX8208 Features at a Glance FEATURES DESCRIPTION Chassis • 14 RU; 21 in (53 cm) deep; 17.25 in (43.8 cm) wide • Protocol Independent Multicast PIM-SM, PIM-SSM, PIM-DM, MSDP Firewall filters – Port ACLs • 6.2 Tbps backplane capacity – VLAN ACLs • Dedicated data, control, and management planes – Router ACLs • Energy efficiency: Up to 195,000 packets per second per watt • Control plane denial of service (DoS) protection Quality of service (QoS) Routing engine Operating system • Weighted Random Early Drop (WRED) scheduling • Shaped Deficit Weighted Round Robin (SDWRR) queuing • Strict priority queuing • Redundant variable-speed fans and controllers • Multi-field classification (L2 – L4) for scheduling and rewrite • 320 Gbps (full duplex) per slot fabric capacity Management • Junos OS command-line interface (CLI) • 2+1 redundancy with dual SREs and SF card • JUNOScript • Full line-rate forwarding with two fabrics in system • Embedded Web-based management – J-Web • 1+1 redundancy • Network and Security Manager (NSM) support • LCD panel • Master and backup SREs • 2 gigabytes DRAM; 2 gigabytes Flash memory • SNMP v1/v2/v3 • Console + auxiliary serial and Ethernet management ports • RADIUS • TACACS+ • USB storage interface • Extensive MIB support • Local and remote analyzer (mirroring) • Junos OS • Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP) • Advanced Insight Solutions (AIS) * Roadmap 2 • 8 egress queues per port • 10,000 W maximum power capacity • Side-to-side airflow Fabric • 2,000 policers per chassis • 6 load-sharing power supplies • 220 V AC, 110 V AC and -48 V DC options for N+1 or N+N redundancy Cooling • Ingress and egress L2-L4 access control lists (ACLs): • 8 dedicated I/O slots • LCD panel for system monitoring Power • MPLS capabilities (Advanced feature license*) M Series M Series EX8208 EX4200 EX4200 EX8208 EX4200 EX4200 EX4200 EX4200 Figure 1: The EX8208 Ethernet Switch offers a high-density, scalable solution for aggregating 10-Gigabit Ethernet uplinks from access-layer devices in the data center. Deployment Scenarios With its high Gigabit Ethernet and 10-Gigabit Ethernet port The EX8208 switch is optimized for both data center and campus densities, the EX8208 can also serve as an end-of-row server aggregation and core deployments. access switch. High-density Gigabit Ethernet and 10-Gigabit In the data center, the EX8208 switch delivers a highperformance, high-density platform that reduces cost and complexity while improving overall scalability and providing carrier-class reliability. Populated with eight-port EX8200-8XS Ethernet ports on the EX8208 enable the consolidation of aggregation and core layers, simplifying the data center architecture while reducing power, space, and cooling requirements, and lowering total cost of ownership (TCO). 10-Gigabit Ethernet line cards, the EX8208 can accommodate The EX8208 switch has a similar impact on campus aggregation large numbers of high-speed, line-rate uplinks at any packet size and core environments, where high port densities and carrier- from access layer devices such as EX4200 switches deployed class performance enable the switch to support more users with in Virtual Chassis top-of-rack configurations, offering a scalable less equipment than traditional solutions. For example, EX4200 solution for supporting more servers with fewer switches. Using switches deployed in Virtual Chassis configurations provide the 40-port EX8200-40XS 10-Gigabit Ethernet line card, the network access for every floor or building throughout a campus EX8208 can support a similar number of servers using traditional with 10- Gigabit Ethernet uplinks; the high-density EX8208 can standalone top-of-rack or blade-server switches. aggregate Virtual Chassis uplinks within a single platform to provide high-performance, line-rate connectivity to core switches or WAN edge routers. 3 Virtual Chassis Access Configurations EX4200 EX4200 EX4200 EX8208 EX4200 EX4200 EX8208 Figure 2: The EX8208 can aggregate Virtual Chassis configurations within a single platform to provide high-performance, line-rate connectivity to upstream devices. Virtual Chassis Technology EX8200 Virtual Chassis configurations are highly resilient, with no The EX8208 supports Juniper Networks’ unique Virtual Chassis single point of failure, ensuring that no single element—whether a technology, which enables two interconnected EX8200 chassis— chassis, a line card, a Routing Engine, or an interconnection—can any combination of EX8208s or EX8216s—to operate as a single, render the entire fabric inoperable following a failure. Virtual logical device with a single IP address. Deployed as a collapsed Chassis technology also makes server virtualization at scale aggregation or core layer solution, an EX8200 Virtual Chassis feasible by providing simple L2 connectivity over a very large pool configuration creates a network fabric for interconnecting access of compute resources located anywhere within a data center. switches, routers, and service-layer devices such as firewalls and Virtual Chassis technology can also be used to extend EX8200- load balancers using standards-based Ethernet LAGs. based VLANs between data centers by placing an equal number of In a Virtual Chassis configuration, EX8200 switches can be switches in both data centers, or by interconnecting two separate interconnected using either single line-rate 10GbE links or a LAG Virtual Chassis configurations using a simple L2 trunk. with up to 12 10GbE line-rate links. Since the Virtual Chassis intraconnections use small form SFP+ interfaces, Virtual Chassis member switches can be separated by distances of up to 40 km. If the EX8200 Virtual Chassis switch members are located in the same or adjacent racks, low cost direct attach cables (DACs) can be used as the interconnect mechanism. Since the network fabric created by an EX8200 Virtual Chassis configuration prevents loops, it eliminates the need for protocols such as Spanning Tree. The fabric also simplifies the network by eliminating the need for Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP), increasing the scalability of the network design. In addition, since the Virtual Chassis Control Protocol (VCCP) used to form the EX8200 Virtual Chassis configuration does not affect the function of the control plane, Junos OS control plane protocols such as 802.3ad, OSPF, Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP), Physical Interface Module (PIM), BGP and others running on an EX8200 Virtual Chassis system behave in exactly the same way as when running on a standalone chassis. 4 XRE200 External Routing Engine In an EX8200 Virtual Chassis configuration, the Routing Engine functionality is externalized to a purpose-built, server-class appliance, the XRE200, which supports control plane processing requirements for large-scale systems and provides an extra layer of availability and redundancy. All control protocols such as OSPF, IGMP, Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP), 802.3ah and VCCP, as well as all management plane functions, run or reside on the XRE200. Junos OS high availability (HA) features can be enabled on the two XRE200s required in a redundant EX8200 Virtual Chassis configuration. In the event of an active XRE200 failure, the standby XRE200 takes over and Junos OS HA features ensure that the state of the Virtual Chassis, L2/L3 protocols, and forwarding information are not lost. See the XRE200 data sheet for more information. Architecture and Key Components The Routing Engine on the SRE module is based on the field- The EX8200 line of Ethernet switches feature a number of distinct proven hardware architecture used by Juniper Networks routers, architectural elements. The Routing Engine on the SRE module runs bringing the same carrier-class performance and reliability to Junos OS, which processes all Layer 2 and Layer 3 protocols and the EX8208 that Juniper’s routers provide to the world’s largest manages individual chassis components, while the Switch Fabric service provider networks. The Routing Engine’s central CPU module provides the central crossbar matrix through which all data performs all system control functions and maintains the hardware traffic passes. The SRE and Switch Fabric modules work together to forwarding table and routing protocol states for the EX8208 fulfill all Routing Engine and Switch Fabric functions. switch. Dedicated hardware on the SRE module supports chassis The EX8200 line cards include ASIC-based packet forwarding engines—the EX-PFE2— that process network traffic at wire rate, as well as a line-card processor that provides scalable local control and status processing. The EX8208 chassis backplane management functions such as environmental monitoring, while communication between SRE modules and individual EX8200 line cards takes place over a dedicated internal Gigabit Ethernet outof-band control interface. distributes the data, control, and management plane signals EX8208 Switch Fabric over independent paths to the various system components and The switch fabric for the EX8208 switch, which serves as the distributes power throughout the system. The fan tray provides central non-blocking matrix through which all network data cooling to the line cards and control modules with redundant passes, is distributed across three elements: the dual-redundant variable-speed fans, while the power supplies convert building SRE modules and the dedicated Switch Fabric module. Working power to the internal voltage required by the system. together, the SRE and Switch Fabric modules deliver the All EX8208 components are hot-swappable, and all central necessary switching capacity for the EX8208 switch; when the functions are available in redundant configurations, providing high second SRE module is present, the additional switch fabric serves operational availability by allowing continuous system operation in hot-standby mode, providing full 2+1 switch fabric redundancy. during maintenance or repairs. The Switch Fabric modules are hot-swappable and field- Switch Fabric and Routing Engine (SRE) Module The EX8208 SRE module performs two functions: it incorporates switch fabric, control plane, and management plane functionality on a single module, and it includes an integrated Routing Engine featuring a 1.2 GHz processor with 2 gigabytes of DRAM and 2 gigabytes of Flash storage. A dedicated front-panel RJ-45 Gigabit Ethernet port on the SRE module supports out-of-band system management and monitoring, while an external USB port allows replaceable, enabling failed units to be easily replaced without service interruption. The two active, load-sharing switch fabrics on the SRE and Switch Fabric modules collectively deliver up to 320 Gbps (full-duplex) of packet-data bandwidth per line-card slot, providing sufficient capacity to support future 100-Gigabit Ethernet deployments. The EX8208 switch backplane is designed to support a maximum fabric bandwidth of 6.2 Tbps. easy uploading and storage of software images, configuration files, and logs. Direct console access is available through a dedicated serial port; an auxiliary console interface can support remote modem access to the switch. 5 Power Features and Benefits The EX8208 chassis contains six power supply bays and supports High Availability three types of power supplies, providing complete flexibility for The EX8208 switch delivers a number of high availability features both provisioning and redundancy. Each AC power supply delivers to ensure uninterrupted, carrier-class performance. 2000 watts of power at high-line (12 A at 200-240 V) or 1200 W at low-line (15 A at 100-120 V) to the chassis. The EX8208 also supports a 3000 W power supply for high-line operation. A redundant-input 2000 W DC power supply is also available for central office deployments. The EX8200 power supplies are more than 90 percent efficient at a wide range of loads, minimizing building power requirements and reducing overall power consumption. These power supplies are interchangeable across the EX8200 line, simplifying maintenance and sparing. The EX8208 switch features an extra slot to accommodate a second SRE module, providing N+1 redundancy. When a second SRE module is present, the integrated Routing Engine serves as a backup in hot standby mode, ready to take over in the event of a master RE failure. Should the master fail, an integrated Layer 2 and Layer 3 Graceful Route Engine Switchover (GRES) feature seamlessly transfers control to the backup, maintaining uninterrupted access to applications, services, and IP communications. Although only two power supplies are required for basic Carrier-Class Operating System configuration and switch power-up, the six power supply bays The EX8208 chassis-based switch runs the same Junos OS used provide the capacity required to power all possible line-card by the EX3200 and EX4200 switches, as well as the Juniper configurations, and to support N+1 or N+N power redundancy to Networks routers used to power the world’s largest and most protect against both component and line input failures. The actual complex networks. number of power supplies required depends on the combination of line cards installed and the desired level of redundancy (see Table 2). For example, 6000 W is required to support a chassis fully populated with 64 10-Gigabit Ethernet ports, while 3600 W will support various 10-Gigabit Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet linecard combinations. features across all products. To maintain that consistency, Junos OS adheres to a highly disciplined development process that uses a single source code, follows a single quarterly release train, and isolated failures from bringing an entire system down. NORMAL HIGH FAN FAN Base system (one SRE; one Switch Fabric module; one fan tray) 550 W 1350 W Redundant system (two SREs; one Switch Fabric module; one fan tray) 750 W 1550 W These attributes are fundamental to the core value of the software, enabling all Junos OS-based products to be updated simultaneously with the same software release. All features are fully regression-tested, making each new release a true superset of the previous version; customers can deploy the software with complete confidence that all existing capabilities will be MAXIMUM LINE CARD POWER CONSUMPTION EX8200-8XS 8-port 10GbE SFP+ line card 450 W EX8200-48T 48-port 10/100/1000BASE-T RJ-45 line card 350 W EX8200-48F 48-port 100FX/1000BASE-X SFP line card 330 W MAXIMUM POWER CAPACITY 220 V 5+1 power supply redundancy 10,000 W 220 V 3+3 power supply redundancy 6000 W 110 V 5+1 power supply redundancy 6000 W 110 V 3+3 power supply redundancy 3600 W 6 a consistent implementation and operation of control-plane employs a highly available modular architecture that prevents Table 2: EX8208 Power Capacity MAXIMUM SYSTEM POWER CONSUMPTION By utilizing a common operating system, Juniper Networks delivers maintained and operate in the same way. Simplified Management and Operations A range of system management options are available for the EX8208 switches. The standard Junos OS CLI provides the same granular management capabilities and scripting parameters found in all Junos OS-based products. The EX8208 switches also include the integrated J-Web management tool, an embedded device manager that allows users to configure, monitor, troubleshoot, and perform device-level maintenance on individual switches via a browser-based graphical interface. In addition, integrated JUNOScript Automation tools provide early detection and automatic resolution of potential problems related to the operating system. The Juniper Networks Network and Security Manager (NSM) software provides system-level management across all Juniper Networks EX Series Ethernet Switches, as well as other Juniper Networks products deployed throughout the network, all from a single console. Performance data from EX8208 switches can also be exported to leading third-party management systems such as HP OpenView, IBM Tivoli, and Computer Associates Unicenter, where it is EX8208 combined with management data from other network components to provide a complete, consolidated view of network operations. In addition, the EX8200 line of Ethernet switches support the Juniper Networks Advanced Insight Solutions (AIS), a comprehensive set of tools that enable Juniper Networks J-Care Technical Service offerings to automate the delivery of tailored, proactive network intelligence and support services to specific products. 7 EX8208 Modular Switch Specifications Physical Specifications Dimensions (W x H x D): • 17.25 x 24.25 x 21 in (43.82 x 61.6 x 53 cm) Weight: • • • • Base configuration: 176 lb (80 kg) Redundant configuration: 216 lb (98 kg) Chassis with backplane: 115 lb (52.5 kg) Fully loaded chassis: 328 lb (149 kg) Hardware Specifications • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Analyzer Sessions: 7 (local or remote) Queues per port: 8 Policers: 2,000 per chassis Media Access Control (MAC) Addresses: 160,000 VLANs: 4,096 Firewall filters (ACLs–Security and QoS): 54,000 Link aggregation group (LAG) (ports/groups): 12/255 GRE tunnels: 2,000 IPv4 Unicast Routes: 500,000 maximum IPv4 Multicast Routes: 120,000 maximum IPv6 Unicast Routes: 250,000 maximum IPv6 Multicast Routes: 120,000 maximum Number of Multicast groups: 16,000 Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) Entries: 100,000 L3 Next Hops: 220,000 Jumbo Frames: 9216 bytes Buffer per 10-Gigabit Ethernet port: 512 MB Buffer per 1-Gigabit Ethernet port: 42 MB EX8208 System Capacity • Switching capacity per line card: 320 Gbps (full duplex) • Maximum system throughput: 960 Mpps IEEE Compliance • • • • • • • • • • • • • IEEE 802.1AB: Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP) IEEE 802.1D-2004: Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) IEEE 802.1p: Class-of-service (CoS) prioritization IEEE 802.1Q-2006: VLAN tagging IEEE 802.1s: Multiple instances of Spanning Tree Protocol (MSTP) IEEE 802.1w: Rapid reconfiguration of Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP) IEEE 802.3: 10BASE-T IEEE 802.3u: 100BASE-T IEEE 802.3ab: 1000BASE-T IEEE 802.3z: 1000BASE-X IEEE 802.3ae: 10-Gigabit Ethernet IEEE 802.3x: Pause Frames/Flow Control IEEE 802.3ad: Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP) RFC Compliance • • • • • • • • • • RFC 1122: Host Requirements RFC 768: UDP RFC 791: IP RFC 783: Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) RFC 792: Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) RFC 793: TCP RFC 826: ARP RFC 894: IP over Ethernet RFC 903: RARP RFC 906: TFTP Bootstrap 8 RFC Compliance (continued) • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • RFC 1027: Proxy ARP RFC 2068: HTTP server RFC 1812: Requirements for IP Version 4 Routers RFC 1519: Classless Interdomain Routing (CIDR) RFC 1256: IPv4 ICMP Router Discovery (IRDP) RFC 1058: RIP v1 RFC 2453: RIP v2 RFC 1112: IGMP v1 RFC 2236: IGMP v2 RFC 3376: IGMP v3 RFC 1492: TACACS+ RFC 2138: RADIUS Authentication RFC 2139: RADIUS Accounting RFC 2267: Network Ingress Filtering RFC 2030: Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP) RFC 854: Telnet client and server RFC 951, 1542: BootP RFC 2131: BOOTP/Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) relay agent and DHCP server RFC 1591: Domain Name System (DNS) RFC 2338: VRRP RFC 2328: OSPF v2 (Edge-mode) RFC 1587: OSPF NSSA Option RFC 1765: OSPF Database Overflow RFC 2154: OSPF w/Digital Signatures (Password, MD-5) RFC 2370: OSPF Opaque LSA Option RFC 3623: OSPF Graceful Restart RFC 2362: PIM-SM (Edge-mode) PIM-DM Draft IETF PIM: Dense Mode draft-ietf-idmr-pimdm-05.txt, draft-ietf-pim-dm-new-v2-04.txt RFC 3569: Draft-ietf-ssm-arch-06.txt PIM-SSM PIM Source Specific Multicast RFC 1771: Border Gateway Protocol 4 RFC 1965: Autonomous System Confederations for BGP RFC 2796: BGP Route Reflection (supersedes RFC 1966) RFC 1997: BGP Communities Attribute RFC 1745: BGP4/IDRP for IP-OSPF Interaction RFC 2385: TCP MD5 Authentication for BGPv4 RFC 2439: BGP Route Flap Damping RFC 2918: Route Refresh Capability for BGP-4 RFC 3392: Capabilities Advertisement with BGP-4 RFC 2796: Route Reflection RFC 4360: BGP Extended Communities Attribute RFC 4486: Subcodes for BGP Cease Notification message RFC 1195: Use of Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) IS-IS for Routing in TCP/IP and Dual Environments (TCP/IP transport only) RFC 2474: DiffServ Precedence, including 8 queues/port RFC 2598: DiffServ Expedited Forwarding (EF) RFC 2597: DiffServ Assured Forwarding (AF) RFC 2475: DiffServ Core and Edge Router Functions Draft-ietf-idr-restart-10.txt: Graceful Restart Mechanism for BGP Draft-ietf-isis-restart-02: Restart Signaling for IS-IS Draft-ietf-bfd-base-05.txt: Bidirectional Forwarding Detection EX8208 Modular Switch Specifications (continued) Services and Manageability Network Management—MIB support (continued) • Junos OS CLI • J-Web (embedded Web-based management) • Out-of-band management: Serial; 10/100/1000BASE-T Ethernet • ASCII configuration file • Rescue configuration • Configuration rollback • Image rollback • LCD management • Element management tools: Network and Security Manager (NSM) • Proactive services support via Advanced Insight Solutions (AIS) • SNMP: v1, v2c, v3 • RMON (RFC 2819) Groups 1, 2, 3, 9 • Network Time Protocol (NTP) • DHCP server • DHCP relay with Option 82 • RADIUS • TACACS+ • SSHv2 • Secure copy • HTTP/HTTPs • DNS resolver • Syslog logging • Environment monitoring • Temperature sensor • Config-backup via FTP/secure copy • • • • Network Management—MIB support • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • RFC 1155: Structure of Management Information (SMI) RFC 1157: SNMPv1 RFC 1905, RFC 1907: SNMP v2c, SMIv2 and Revised MIB-II RFC 2570–2575: SNMPv3, user based security, encryption and authentication RFC 2576: Coexistence between SNMP Version 1, Version 2 and Version 3 RFC 1212, RFC 1213, RFC 1215: MIB-II, Ethernet-like MIB and traps RFC 2578: SNMP Structure of Management Information MIB RFC 2579: SNMP Textual Conventions for SMIv2 RFC 2925: Ping/Traceroute MIB RFC 2665: Ethernet-like interface MIB RFC 1643: Ethernet MIB RFC 1493: Bridge MIB RFC 2096: IPv4 Forwarding Table MIB RFC 2011: SNMPv2 for internet protocol using SMIv2 RFC 2012: SNMPv2 for transmission control protocol using SMIv2 RFC 2013: SNMPv2 for user datagram protocol using SMIv2 RFC 2863: Interface MIB RFC 3413: SNMP Application MIB RFC 3414: User-based Security model for SNMPv3 RFC 3415: View-based Access Control Model for SNMP RFC 3621: PoE-MIB (PoE switches only) RFC 1724: RIPv2 MIB RFC 2863: Interface Group MIB RFC 2932: IPv4 Multicast MIB RFC 2787: VRRP MIB RFC 1850: OSPFv2 MIB RFC 1657: BGP-4 MIB • • • • • • • • RFC 2819: RMON MIB RFC 2287: System Application Packages MIB RFC 4188: STP and Extensions MIB RFC 4363: Definitions of Managed Objects for Bridges with Traffic Classes, Multicast Filtering and VLAN extensions RFC 2922: LLDP MIB Draft-ietf-idr-bgp4-mibv2-02.txt: Enhanced BGP-4 MIB Draft-ietf-isis-wg-mib-07 Draft-blumenthal-aes-usm-08 Draft-reeder-snmpv3-usm-3desede-00 Draft-ietf-idmr-igmp-mib-13 Draft-ietf-idmr-pim-mib-09 Draft-ietf-bfd-mib-02.txt Troubleshooting • Debugging: CLI via console, Telnet or SSH • Diagnostics: Show, debug, and statistics commands • Analyzer session: Ingress and/or egress traffic on multiple source ports monitored to one destination port or VLAN • Local port and remote VLAN analyzers (up to seven sessions) • IP tools: Extended ping and trace • Juniper Networks’ commit and rollback Environmental Ranges • • • • • • • Operating temperature: 32° to 104° F (0° to 40° C) Storage temperature: -40° to 158° F (-40° to 70° C) Operating altitude: up to 10,000 ft (3,048 m) Non-operating altitude: up to 16,000 ft (4,877 m) Relative humidity operating: 5% to 90% (non-condensing) Relative humidity non-operating: 0% to 95% (non-condensing) Acoustic noise: 62 dBA (based on operational tests taken from bystander position [front] and performed at 23° C in compliance with ISO 7779) Safety and Compliance • CSA 60950-1 (2003) Safety of Information Technology Equipment • UL 60950-1 (2003) Safety of Information Technology Equipment • EN 60950-1 (2001) Safety of Information Technology Equipment • IEC 60950-1 (2001) Safety of Information Technology Equipment (with country deviations) • EN 60825-1 +A1+A2 (1994) Safety of Laser Products— • Part 1: Equipment Classification • EN 60825-2 (2000) Safety of Laser Products—Part 2: Safety of Optical Fiber Comm. Systems • C-UL to CAN/CSA 22.2 No.60950-1(First Edition) • TUV/GS to EN 60950-1, Amendment A1-A4, A11 • CB-IEC60950-1, all country deviations • CE EMC • EN 300 386 V1.3.3 (2005) Telecom Network Equipment— EMC requirements • FCC Part 15 Class A (2007) USA Radiated Emissions • EN 55022 Class A (2006) European Radiated Emissions • VCCI Class A (2007) Japanese Radiated Emissions • ICES-003 Class A • AS/NZS CISPR 22 Class A • CISPR 22 Class A 9 Immunity Juniper Networks Services and Support • EN 55024 +A1+A2 (1998) Information Technology Equipment Immunity Characteristics • EN-61000-3-2 (2006) Power Line Harmonics • EN-61000-3-3 +A1 +A2 +A3 (1995) Power Line Voltage Fluctuations • EN-61000-4-2 +A1 +A2 (1995) Electrostatic Discharge • EN-61000-4-3 +A1+A2 (2002) Radiated Immunity • EN-61000-4-4 (2004) Electrical Fast Transients • EN-61000-4-5 (2006) Surge • EN-61000-4-6 (2007) Immunity to Conducted Disturbances • EN-61000-4-11 (2004) Voltage Dips and Sags Juniper Networks is the leader in performance-enabling services Customer-Specific Requirements • GR-63-Core (2006) Network Equipment, Building Systems (NEBS) Physical Protection • GR-1089-Core (2006) EMC and Electrical Safety for Network Telecommunications Equipment • SR-3580 (1995) NEBS Criteria Levels (Level 3) Environmental • Reduction of Hazardous Substances (ROHS) 5/6 Telco • Common Language Equipment Identifier (CLEI) code 10 and support, which are designed to accelerate, extend, and optimize your high-performance network. Our services allow you to bring revenue-generating capabilities online faster so you can realize bigger productivity gains and faster rollouts of new business models and ventures. At the same time, Juniper Networks ensures operational excellence by optimizing your network to maintain required levels of performance, reliability, and availability. For more details, please visit www.juniper.net/us/en/ products-services. Ordering Information MODEL NUMBER DESCRIPTION Juniper Networks is in the business of network innovation. From devices to data centers, from consumers to cloud providers, Hardware EX8208-BASE-AC About Juniper Networks Base EX8208 2000 W AC system configuration: 8-slot chassis with passive backplane and 1x fan tray, 1x routing engine with switch fabric, 1x switch fabric module, 2x 2000 W AC PSUs with power cords, and all necessary blank panels EX8208-BASE-AC3 Base EX8208 3000 W AC system configuration: 8-slot chassis with passive backplane and 1x fan tray, 1x routing engine with switch fabric, 1x switch fabric module, 2x 3000 W AC PSUs with power cords, and all necessary blank panels EX8208-REDUND-AC Redundant EX8208 2000 W AC system bundle: 8-slot chassis with passive backplane and 1x fan tray, 2x routing engine with switch fabric, 1x switch fabric module, 6x 2000 W AC PSUs with power cords, and all necessary blank panels EX8208-REDUND-DC Redundant EX8208 DC power system configuration: 8-slot chassis with passive backplane and 1x fan tray, 2x routing engine with switch fabric, 1x switch fabric module, 4x 2000 W redundant-input DC PSUs, and all necessary blank panels EX8208-SRE320 Switch and Routing Engine for EX8208, redundant EX8208-SF320-S Switch Fabric module for EX8208, spare EX8208-CHAS-S EX8208 chassis with backplane, spare EX8208-FAN-S EX8208 fan tray, spare EX8200-PWR-AC2K AC power supply, 2000 W at 220 V (1200 W at 110 V), redundant (AC power cords sold separately) EX8200-PWR-AC3K AC power supply, 3000 W at 220 V, redundant (AC power cords sold separately) EX8200-PWRDC2KR DC power supply with dual redundant inputs, 2000 W at -48V, redundant Juniper Networks delivers the software, silicon and systems that transform the experience and economics of networking. The company serves customers and partners worldwide. Additional information can be found at www.juniper.net. EX8200 Line Cards EX8200-48T 48-port 10/100/1000BASE-T RJ-45 line card EX8200-48F 48-port 100FX/1000BASE-X SFP line card; requires SFP optics sold separately EX8200-8XS 8-port 10 GbE SFP+ line card; requires SFP+ optics sold separately EX8200-40XS 40-port GbE / 10GbE line card; requires SFP and/or SFP+ optics sold separately Software EX8208-AFL EX8208 Advanced Feature License 11 Corporate and Sales Headquarters APAC Headquarters EMEA Headquarters To purchase Juniper Networks solutions, Juniper Networks, Inc. Juniper Networks (Hong Kong) Juniper Networks Ireland please contact your Juniper Networks 1194 North Mathilda Avenue 26/F, Cityplaza One Airside Business Park Sunnyvale, CA 94089 USA 1111 King’s Road Swords, County Dublin, Ireland representative at 1-866-298-6428 or Phone: 888.JUNIPER (888.586.4737) Taikoo Shing, Hong Kong Phone: 35.31.8903.600 or 408.745.2000 Phone: 852.2332.3636 EMEA Sales: 00800.4586.4737 Fax: 408.745.2100 Fax: 852.2574.7803 Fax: 35.31.8903.601 www.juniper.net Copyright 2010 Juniper Networks, Inc. All rights reserved. Juniper Networks, the Juniper Networks logo, Junos, NetScreen, and ScreenOS are registered trademarks of Juniper Networks, Inc. in the United States and other countries. All other trademarks, service marks, registered marks, or registered service marks are the property of their respective owners. Juniper Networks assumes no responsibility for any inaccuracies in this document. Juniper Networks reserves the right to change, modify, transfer, or otherwise revise this publication without notice. 1000261-008-EN 12 Nov 2010 Printed on recycled paper authorized reseller.