Data Sheet
ETX-1002
10-Gigabit Carrier Ethernet Aggregation Switch
• 10-Gigabit, wire speed, Layer-2, non-blocking carrier Ethernet aggregation
switch delivering business services over fiber infrastructure
• 24 Fast Ethernet/Gigabit Ethernet SFP-based ports and up to four 10-Gigabit
Ethernet XFP ports
• MEF 9 and 14 compliant, providing Ethernet Private Line (EPL) and Ethernet
Virtual Private Line (EVPL) services
• Several network resiliency protocols including sub 50 msec switchover time in
Carrier Ethernet ring, and network link protection
Aggregating carrier
Ethernet services
• Advanced QoS features and Ethernet OAM per IEEE 802.3-2005 and
IEEE 802.1ag
ETX-1002 is a 10-Gigabit non-blocking
Carrier Ethernet aggregation switch that
grooms traffic from up to 24 Fast
Ethernet/Gigabit Ethernet links over a
10-Gigabit connection at wire speed. The
device features two redundant 10-GbE
XFP network ports, with two additional
ports available via an expansion module.
Deployed in a hub and spoke topology,
the high-capacity edge switch provides a
central aggregation solution for Carrier
Ethernet demarcation devices deployed at
the customer premises.
In addition, it supports resilient
GbE/10GbE Carrier Ethernet access rings.
ETX-1002 can aggregate packet-based
services with QoS control for Layer-2
business applications, such as LAN-to-LAN
connections. Alternatively, the device is
ideal for transport aggregation of Layer-3
business services, such as IP VPN, VoIP,
and dedicated Internet access, converging
voice and data services over a unified
Ethernet, IP or MPLS network.
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ETX-1002
10-Gigabit Carrier Ethernet Aggregation Switch
ETHERNET OAM
Ethernet OAM is one of the important
tools that upgraded Ethernet technology
to carrier Ethernet class. It gives providers
end-to-end control of Ethernet services.
ETX-1002 performs the following types of
Ethernet OAM:
•
•
Single-segment (link) EFM OAM
according to IEEE 802.3-2005
(formerly 802.3ah) for device
discovery and link status propagation
End-to-end CFM OAM based on
IEEE 802.1ag for service-level fault
management to enable Ethernet
service providers to monitor their
services proactively and guarantee that
customers receive the contracted SLA.
QUALITY OF SERVICE
ETX-1002 handles multi-priority traffic,
ensuring latency, jitter, and packet
delivery performance on a per-port or
per-flow basis. The device classifies traffic
according to user-defined criteria,
including VLAN priority (P-bit), MAC
address, EtherType, DiffServ, ToS, DSCP,
TCP, and UDP ports.
In addition, metering, policing, and
shaping functionalities help carriers to
rate-limit user traffic according to
predefined CIR (committed information
rate) and EIR (excess information rate)
profiles.
Quality of service is further enhanced by a
configurable 8-queue per port scheduling
mechanism that combines Strict Priority
(SP), weighted round robin (WRR), and
modified deficit round robin (MDRR)
queuing, to efficiently handle real-time,
premium, and best-effort traffic.
TYPICAL APPLICATIONS
ETX-1002 is typically used in the following
applications:
•
Cost-effective metro Ethernet access
and aggregation rings
•
Hub & spoke layer-2 fiber aggregation
•
Layer-2 VPN service
•
High-speed access
•
Data center consolidation
•
Triple-play service and broadband
aggregation.
SECURITY
ETX-1002 provides a comprehensive set of
security mechanisms for access control,
user authentication/authorization, and
isolation between different users.
The supported security mechanisms
include RADIUS and TACACS+ access
control, VLAN and port-based security,
DoS protection features, Access Control
List (ACL), and secured management
access.
RESILIENCY FEATURES
ETX-1002 uses the IEEE 802.3ad Link
Aggregation (LAG) for increased
bandwidth and high availability links
between switches. Link Aggregation
Control Protocol (LACP) ensures smooth
and steady traffic flow by automating the
configuration, re-configuration, and
maintenance of aggregated links.
The device supports industry-standard
spanning-tree protocols IEEE 802.1d
Spanning Tree (STP), IEEE 802.1w Rapid
Spanning Tree (RSTP), and IEEE 802.1s
Multiple Spanning Tree (MSTP).
ETX-1002 supports fast ring solution,
allowing service providers to offer
Ethernet rings with sub 50 ms failover
time for mission-critical applications.
MANAGEMENT
ETX-1002 can be managed using the
following ports and applications:
•
Local management via an ASCII
terminal connected to the RS-232 port
•
Remote inband management via user
or network ports, with Telnet, SSH, or
an SNMP-based management system
Out-of-band management via a
dedicated management port.
•
COMMAND LINE INTERFACE
Databases and scripts of commonly used
commands can be easily created and
applied to multiple units using command
line interface. The CLI complies with the
de facto industry standard.
Figure 1. Ethernet Access Ring
Data Sheet
Specifications
VLANs
Up to 4K
10-GIGABIT XFP PORTS
Certifications
MEF 9, MEF 14: EPL and EVPL
Number of Ports
Up to 4
Type
Fiber optic, XFP-based
10-Gigabit Ethernet (10GBaseSR,
10GBaseER)
Connector
XFP slot
XFP Transceivers
For full details, see the SFP Transceivers
data sheet at www.rad.com
FAST/GIGABIT ETHERNET SFP PORTS
Number of Ports
24
Type
Fiber optic, SFP-based
Fast Ethernet (100BaseFx, 100BaseLX)
Gigabit Ethernet (1000BaseSx,
1000BaseLX, 1000BaseLH)
Connector
SFP slot
SFP Transceivers
For full details, see the SFP Transceivers
data sheet at www.rad.com
Note: It is strongly recommended to order this
device with original RAD SFPs installed. This will
ensure that prior to shipping, RAD has performed
comprehensive functional quality tests on the
entire assembled unit, including the SFP devices.
RAD cannot guarantee full compliance to product
specifications for units using non-RAD SFPs.
GENERAL
Max. Frame Size
9,216 bytes
Forwarding Bandwidth
64 Gbps
Forwarding Rate
95 Mpps
MAC Address Table
Up to 32,000
Compliance
MEF 6 (E-Line – EPL and EVPL), MEF 10
IEEE 802.1d Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)
IEEE 802.1w Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol
(RSTP)
IEEE 802.1s Multiple Spanning Tree
Protocol (MSTP)
IEEE 802.3ad Link Aggregation Groups
(LAG)
IEEE 802.3ad Link Aggregation Control
Protocol (LACP)
IEEE 802.1ag OAM-CFM
IEEE 802.3-2005 (formerly 802.3ah)
OAM-EFM
IEEE 802.1p QoS
IEEE 802.1q VLANs
IEEE 802.3 Ethernet LANs
IEEE 802.3u Fast Ethernet
Management
Out-of-band via:
Dedicated terminal port:
V.24/RS-232 DCE; 9.6 kbps
RJ-45 connector
Ethernet management port:
10/100BaseT, autonegotiation
Inband: via Ethernet network or user ports
Security
Access List (ACL)
ICMP rate-limiting
Port and VLAN security
RADIUS
SNMPv3
SSHv2
TACACS+
Indicators
Status (green):
Blinking – System is not fully loaded
On – System is out of boot phase and
running normally
Major (red):
Blinking – New major alarm
On – Alarm cutoff button has been
pressed but fault still exists
Minor (yellow):
Blinking – New minor alarm
On – Alarm cutoff button has been
pressed but fault still exists
Fan (red):
On – Fan tray not connected
Management (green):
Blinking – Management packets
being forwarded to the CPU
ETH (green):
On – Cable physically connected to
management port
Blinking – Activity on port
2/1, 2/2, 3/1, 3/2 (XFP ports) (green):
On – Ethernet link OK
Blinking – Activity on port
1/1–1/24 (SFP ports) (green):
On – Ethernet link is OK
Blinking – Activity on port
Alarm Relay
Type: Dry relay contacts for major and
minor alarms
Connector: DB-15, female
Status: Currently not operational
Physical
Height: 66.68 mm (2.625 in)
Width: 482.6 mm (19 in)
Depth: 254 mm (10 in)
Weight: 5.2 kg (11.46 lb)
Environment
Temperature:
-20° to 65°C (-4° to 149°F)
Humidity: 5% to 95%, non-condensing
Power
Redundant hot-swappable power supplies
(both power supplies should be the same
type)
AC power supply:
100–240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
DC power supply:
-36 to -72VDC (-48VDC nominal)
Power Consumption
Input power: 150W
Power consumption: 50W, typical
Data Sheet
ETX-1002
10-Gigabit Carrier Ethernet Aggregation Switch
AC power cord (when AC power supply is
ordered)
STANDARD CONFIGURATIONS
DC connection kit (when DC power supply
is ordered)
ETX-1002/AC
Single AC power supply
Note: ETX-1002 is supplied with 24 FE/GbE SFP
ports and 2 10-GbE XFP ports (activation of the
10-Gbe XFP ports requires software license).
@
ETX-1002-SBRKT
Side brackets kit
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
ETX-1002-SW10G
Software license to activate 10 GbE ports
SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES
ETX-1002-PS/@
Legend
ETX-1002-FAN
Fan tray
ETX-1002/DC
Single DC power supply
ETX-1002-2x10G
Plug-in module with 2 10-GbE XFP ports
(requires ETX-1002-SW10G)
Terminal port cable
Spare power supply:
AC
AC power supply with power
cord
DC
DC power supply (-48VDC)
with DC feed connector
RAD SFPs and XFPs
For SFP and XFP details, see the SFP
Transceivers data sheet at www.rad.com
Table 1. ETX Family Comparison Table
Feature
ETX-102
(Ver. 3.8)
ETX-201
(Ver. 3.8)
ETX-202
(Ver. 3.8)
ETX-204A
(Ver. 2.2)
ETX-1002
(Ver. 1.01)
Network
interface
Up to 2 × Fast
Ethernet
Up to 2 × Gigabit or
Fast Ethernet
(auto-detect)
2 × Gigabit or
Fast Ethernet
(auto-detect)
Up to 2 × Gigabit or
Fast Ethernet
SFP/UTP combo ports
Up to 4 × 10-Gigabit
XFP-based ports
Network/ user Not applicable
interface
Gigabit or
Fast Ethernet
(auto-detect)
Gigabit or
Fast Ethernet
(auto-detect)
Gigabit or Fast Ethernet
4 Gigabit or Fast Ethernet
SFP-based ports
configurable to user or
network ports
User interface Up to 5 × Fast
Ethernet
Up to 5 × Fast
Ethernet
Up to 4 × Gigabit
Ethernet
Up to 5 × Gigabit Ethernet
24 Gigabit or Fast Ethernet
SFP-based ports
configurable to user or
network ports
Service type
EPL (port-based)
EPL (port-based)
EPL (port-based)
EPL and EVPL (flow-based)
EPL and EVPL (flow-based)
Forwarding
mode
VLANaware/unaware
bridging,
8K MAC addresses
VLAN-aware/unaware VLANbridging,
aware/unaware
8K MAC addresses
bridging,
8K MAC addresses
Flow-based forwarding
Flow-based forwarding
Max. frame
size
1,632 bytes
1,632 bytes
4,096 bytes
12,288 bytes
9,216 bytes
Management
interface
Menu-driven
Menu-driven
Menu-driven
Command line
Command line
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