Remarks ** 1 Core / Distribution Switches -52 port

Annexure-IV (A)
** Please provide make and model no of the quoted items
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS - Switching
L3 Switch 52 Port
1- Technical clauses:
SI No
Desired Specification/Qualitative Requirement
Compliance (Yes/No)
1
Core / Distribution Switches -52 port (Layer 3)
1.1
Architecture
Switch should have 48 10/100/1000Base-T ports + 4 10GE SFP+ ports for
(a)
uplink to Switch or Servers for Stacking.
(b)
Switch should provide option of Redundant power supply
(c)
Switch shall have Min. 256 MB SD RAM & 128 MB Flash Memory
Switch shall have SD Card slot for easy file store & restoration like
(d)
firmware, configuration file, boot image, syslog etc.
Switch shall provide digital I/O design through external alarm port to have
(e)
better security protection.
Switch shall be able to receive events detected by external sensors (e.g.
(f)
temperature, smoking or anti-theft sensor). The switch shall be able to send a
trap/log out to report the issue.
Switch shall be able to activate external air-conditioner/fan or ring the bell
(g)
based on the condition defined by the user
1.2
Network Media
(a)
SFP’s 1000BaseSX,1000BaseLX,1000BaseTX,1000Base Lx WDM
1.3
Performance
(a)
The Switch shall have Non-blocking wire speed switch fabric
(b)
The Switch shall have Minimum 176 Gbps Back plane or more
(c)
The Switch shall have Minimum 130 million pps or more
(d)
The Switch shall support Min. 32K Mac address or more
(e)
The Switch shall support Min. 4000 VLANs
(f)
The Switch shall support IPv4/IPv6 Routing including IPv6 Tunnel,
ICMPv6, IPv6 Neighbour Discovery(ND), DHCPv6, RIPng and OSPFv3
(g)
The Switch shall have 40 Gigabit Stacking Backplane
Remarks **
(h)
(i)
(j)
1.4
The Switch shall be able to do Physical Stack up to 10 units per stack or
more
The Switch shall be able to do IP Stacking up to 30 units per IP
The Switch Should support Jumbo Frame (up to 9216 Bytes)
Layer 3 Features
(a)
The Switch should have RIPv1(RFC1058)/RIPv2(RFC2453),RIPng,OSPFv2,
OSPFv3, MPLS,MPLS VPN, VPLS
(b)
(c)
(d)
The Switch should have Policy Based Routing ,BGP 4 & VRRP
The Switch should have DVMRP v3, PIM-DM/SM/SDM for IPv4
The Switch should have IPv6 Tunnelling
(e)
The Switch should have Up to 256 IP Interfaces & 10K route entries or more
(f)
(g)
1.5
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
(g)
The Switch should have Multi Path Routing support for Equal cost &
Weighted Cost
The Switch should have Per port Limit IP Multicast Address Range for
Control Packet
Layer 2 Features
The Switch should have IGMP Snooping v1,v2,v3 & MLD Snooping
The Switch should have Spanning tree 802.1d,802.1w,802.1s
The Switch should have 802.3ad Link Aggregation Up to 30 groups per
device
The Switch should have Port Mirroring One to one/Many to One & RSPAN
The Switch shall have the intelligence to detect the loop occurring from the
unmanaged network segment
The Switch shall have the capability to build the trunk across stack
The Switch shall support IEEE 802.3ah, IEEE 802.1ag, 802.1AX & ITU-T
Y.1731
(h)
It shall support LLDP and LLDP-MED including client location information.
It shall exchange link and device information in multi-vendor networks
1.6
VLAN
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
1.7
(a)
(b)
(c)
d)
(e)
1.8
(a)
(b)
1.9
(a)
The LAN switch shall have IEEE 802.1Q VLAN encapsulation. Up to 255
VLANs per switch and up to 4000 VLAN IDs.
It shall have Automatic Negotiation of Trunking Protocol, to help minimize
the configuration & errors.
It shall have centralized VLAN Management. VLANs created on the Core
Switches shall be propagated to all the others switches automatically, thus
reducing the overhead of creating/modifying/deleting VLANs in all the
switches in turn eliminating the configuration errors & troubleshooting.
It shall have support for Detection of Unidirectional links and to disable
them to avoid problems such as spanning tree loops
It shall support 802.1v & Q-in-Q Vlan
Quality of Service
It shall support 802.1p Priority Queues (8 Queues)
Queue Handling mode: WRR & Strict Mode
Granular Rate Limiting functions on per port & flow based to guarantee
bandwidth in increments shall be as low as 64 Kilobits per Second.
Switch shall support three color marker with CIR/PIR minimum granularity
of 1 kbps
Class of service shall be based on Switch port, DSCP, Vlan ID,TCP/UDP
port, Protocol type,802.1p queues, IPv4/v6 address, IPv6 flow label & User
defined packet content
Access Control List
The Lan Switch shall have the capability to apply access list control based on
IPv4/v6 address, Protocol type,IPv6 flow label, Time based ACL, Vlan-ID,
MAC-ID, DSCP, IPv6 traffic class, TCP/UDP Port, Switch port & user
defined packet content
The Switch shall support up to 1600 Access Control Entries minimum
Network Security
The LAN switch shall support IEEE 802.1x to allow dynamic, port-based
security, providing user authentication.
(b)
The LAN switch shall support for Admission Control features to improve the
network's ability to automatically identify, prevent and respond to security
threats and also to enable the switches to collaborate with third-party such as
Microsoft for security-policy compliance and enforcement before a host is
permitted to access the network
(c)
It shall support for SSHv2, SNMPv3 to provide network security by
encrypting administrator traffic during Telnet and SNMP sessions.
(d)
It shall support RADIUS authentication to enable centralized control of the
switch and restrict unauthorized users from altering the configuration.
(e)
(f)
It shall support DHCP snooping to allow administrators to ensure consistent
mapping of IP to MAC addresses. This can be used to prevent attacks that
attempt to poison the DHCP binding database, and to rate limit the amount of
DHCP traffic that enters a switch port.
It shall support DHCP Interface Tracker (Option 82) to augment a host IP
address request with the switch port ID.
(g)
It shall support that each end node can be isolated from each other and they
should be able to connect to shared ports such as Internet and servers
(h)
It shall support port security to secure the access to an access or trunk port
based on MAC address. After a specific timeframe, the aging feature should
remove the MAC address from the switch to allow another device to connect
to the same port.(up to 14 MAC-ID per port)
(i)
(j)
(k)
1.1
(a)
It shall have MAC-IP-Port binding up with support for ACL mode to 475
Entries per device
It shall have Web & MAC Based Access Control
It shall have CPU Filtering to protect the CPU from Broadcast / Multicast /
Unicast flooding & protocol control packets attacks
Management
The LAN switch shall have CLI support to provide a common user interface
and command set with all routers and switches of the same vendor.
(b)
It shall have Remote Monitoring (RMON) software agent to support four
RMON groups (history, statistics, alarms and events) for enhanced traffic
management, monitoring and analysis.
(c)
It shall support Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) to reduce the cost of
administering software upgrades by downloading from a centralized location.
(d)
It shall support Network Timing Protocol (NTP/SNTP) to provide an
accurate and consistent timestamp to all intranet switches.
(e)
It shall support SNMPv1, SNMPv2c, and SNMPv3 and Telnet interface to
deliver comprehensive in-band management, and a CLI-based management
console to provide detailed out-of-band management
(f)
It shall provide management functions for network segments (access links
and individual circuits), monitors individual links.
(g)
It shall have traffic monitoring for all network ports effective at gigabit speed
or higher, shall not impact the network performance while providing the real
time & historical data of all devices from Layer 2 to Layer 7.
(h)
(i)
1.11
(a)
(b)
It shall support configuration rollback to replace current configuration with
any saved configuration file.
Switch shall be capable to store multiple image file and configuration
Switch shall consume less power through auto-detection of link status and
cable length.
Certification
Switch should be CE,FCC,UL,VCCI, ERTL certified
Switch should be functionally test and verified from ERTL and vendor need
to present complete functional test report from ERTL.
Switch 28 Port
Sr No
Desired Specification/Qualitative Requirement
1
Core / Distribution Switches-28 port (Layer 3)
Compliance (Yes/No)
Remark
1.1
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
(g)
1.2
(a)
1.3
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
(g)
(h)
(i)
(j)
1.4
Architecture
Switch should have 20 10/100/1000Base-T ports + 4 Combo
10/100/1000Base-T/SFP ports + 4 10GE SFP+ ports for uplink to Switch or
Servers for Stacking.
Switch should provide option of Redundant power supply
Switch shall have Min. 256 MB SD RAM & 128 MB Flash Memory
Switch shall have SD Card slot for easy file store & restoration like
firmware, configuration file, boot image, syslog etc.
Switch shall provide digital I/O design through external alarm port to have
better security protection.
Switch shall be able to receive events detected by external sensors (e.g.
temperature, smoking or anti-theft sensor). The switch shall be able to send a
trap/log out to report the issue.
Switch shall be able to activate external air-conditioner/fan or ring the bell
based on the condition defined by the user
Network Media
SFP’s 1000BaseSX,1000BaseLX,1000BaseTX,1000Base Lx WDM
Performance
The Switch shall have Non-blocking wire speed switch fabric
The Switch shall have Minimum 128 Gbps Back plane or more
The Switch shall have Minimum 95 million pps or more
The Switch shall support Min. 32K Mac address or more
The Switch shall support Min. 4000 VLANs
The Switch shall support IPv4/IPv6 Routing including IPv6 Tunnel,
ICMPv6, IPv6 Neighbour Discovery(ND), DHCPv6, RIPng and OSPFv3
The Switch shall have 40 Gigabit Stacking Backplane
The Switch shall be able to do Physical Stack up to 10 units per stack or
more
The Switch shall be able to do IP Stacking up to 30 units per IP
The Switch Should support Jumbo Frame (up to 9216 Bytes)
Layer 3 Features
(a)
The Switch should have RIPv1(RFC1058)/RIPv2(RFC2453),RIPng,OSPFv2,
OSPFv3, MPLS,MPLS VPN, VPLS
(b)
(c)
(d)
The Switch should have Policy Based Routing ,BGP 4 & VRRP
The Switch should have DVMRP v3, PIM-DM/SM/SDM for IPv4
The Switch should have IPv6 Tunnelling
(e)
The Switch should have Up to 256 IP Interfaces & 10K route entries or more
(f)
(g)
1.5
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
(g)
(h)
1.6
(a)
(b)
The Switch should have Multi Path Routing support for Equal cost &
Weighted Cost
The Switch should have Per port Limit IP Multicast Address Range for
Control Packet
Layer 2 Features
The Switch should have IGMP Snooping v1,v2,v3 & MLD Snooping
The Switch should have Spanning tree 802.1d,802.1w,802.1s
The Switch should have 802.3ad Link Aggregation Up to 30 groups per
device
The Switch should have Port Mirroring One to one/Many to One & RSPAN
The Switch shall have the intelligence to detect the loop occurring from the
unmanaged network segment
The Switch shall have the capability to build the trunk across stack
The Switch shall support IEEE 802.3ah, IEEE 802.1ag, 802.1AX & ITU-T
Y.1731
It shall support LLDP and LLDP-MED including client location information.
It shall exchange link and device information in multi-vendor networks
VLAN
The LAN switch shall have IEEE 802.1Q VLAN encapsulation. Up to 255
VLANs per switch and up to 4000 VLAN IDs.
It shall have Automatic Negotiation of Trunking Protocol, to help minimize
the configuration & errors.
(c)
(d)
(e)
1.7
(a)
(b)
(c)
d)
(e)
1.8
(a)
(b)
1.9
(a)
It shall have centralized VLAN Management. VLANs created on the Core
Switches shall be propagated to all the others switches automatically, thus
reducing the overhead of creating/modifying/deleting VLANs in all the
switches in turn eliminating the configuration errors & troubleshooting.
It shall have support for Detection of Unidirectional links and to disable
them to avoid problems such as spanning tree loops
It shall support 802.1v & Q-in-Q Vlan
Quality of Service
It shall support 802.1p Priority Queues (8 Queues)
Queue Handling mode: WRR & Strict Mode
Granular Rate Limiting functions on per port & flow based to guarantee
bandwidth in increments shall be as low as 64 Kilobits per Second.
Switch shall support three color marker with CIR/PIR minimum granularity
of 1 kbps
Class of service shall be based on Switch port, DSCP, Vlan ID,TCP/UDP
port, Protocol type,802.1p queues, IPv4/v6 address, IPv6 flow label & User
defined packet content
Access Control List
The Lan Switch shall have the capability to apply access list control based on
IPv4/v6 address, Protocol type,IPv6 flow label, Time based ACL, Vlan-ID,
MAC-ID, DSCP, IPv6 traffic class, TCP/UDP Port, Switch port & user
defined packet content
The Switch shall support up to 1600 Access Control Entries minimum
Network Security
The LAN switch shall support IEEE 802.1x to allow dynamic, port-based
security, providing user authentication.
(b)
The LAN switch shall support for Admission Control features to improve the
network's ability to automatically identify, prevent and respond to security
threats and also to enable the switches to collaborate with third-party such as
Microsoft for security-policy compliance and enforcement before a host is
permitted to access the network
(c)
It shall support for SSHv2, SNMPv3 to provide network security by
encrypting administrator traffic during Telnet and SNMP sessions.
(d)
It shall support RADIUS authentication to enable centralized control of the
switch and restrict unauthorized users from altering the configuration.
(e)
(f)
It shall support DHCP snooping to allow administrators to ensure consistent
mapping of IP to MAC addresses. This can be used to prevent attacks that
attempt to poison the DHCP binding database, and to rate limit the amount of
DHCP traffic that enters a switch port.
It shall support DHCP Interface Tracker (Option 82) to augment a host IP
address request with the switch port ID.
(g)
It shall support that each end node can be isolated from each other and they
should be able to connect to shared ports such as Internet and servers
(h)
It shall support port security to secure the access to an access or trunk port
based on MAC address. After a specific timeframe, the aging feature should
remove the MAC address from the switch to allow another device to connect
to the same port.(up to 14 MAC-ID per port)
(i)
(j)
(k)
1.1
(a)
It shall have MAC-IP-Port binding up with support for ACL mode to 475
Entries per device
It shall have Web & MAC Based Access Control
It shall have CPU Filtering to protect the CPU from Broadcast / Multicast /
Unicast flooding & protocol control packets attacks
Management
The LAN switch shall have CLI support to provide a common user interface
and command set with all routers and switches of the same vendor.
(b)
It shall have Remote Monitoring (RMON) software agent to support four
RMON groups (history, statistics, alarms and events) for enhanced traffic
management, monitoring and analysis.
(c)
It shall support Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) to reduce the cost of
administering software upgrades by downloading from a centralized location.
(d)
It shall support Network Timing Protocol (NTP/SNTP) to provide an
accurate and consistent timestamp to all intranet switches.
(e)
It shall support SNMPv1, SNMPv2c, and SNMPv3 and Telnet interface to
deliver comprehensive in-band management, and a CLI-based management
console to provide detailed out-of-band management
(f)
It shall provide management functions for network segments (access links
and individual circuits), monitors individual links.
(g)
It shall have traffic monitoring for all network ports effective at gigabit speed
or higher, shall not impact the network performance while providing the real
time & historical data of all devices from Layer 2 to Layer 7.
(h)
(i)
1.11
(a)
(b)
It shall support configuration rollback to replace current configuration with
any saved configuration file.
Switch shall be capable to store multiple image file and configuration
Switch shall consume less power through auto-detection of link status and
cable length.
Certification
Switch should be CE,FCC,UL,VCCI, ERTL certified
Switch should be functionally test and verified from ERTL and vendor need
to present complete functional test report from ERTL.
Switch POE 28 Port
Sr No
Desired Specification/Qualitative Requirement
1
PoE Managed 28 port Switches
1.1
Architecture
Compliance (Yes/No)
Remark
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
(g)
1.2
(a)
1.3
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
(g)
(h)
(i)
(j)
(k)
1.4
Switch should have 20 10/100/1000Base-T PoE+ ports + 4 Combo
10/100/1000Base-T PoE+/SFP ports + 4 10GE SFP+ ports for uplink to
Switch or Servers for Stacking.
Switch should provide option of Redundant power supply
Switch shall have Min. 256 MB SD RAM & 128 MB Flash Memory
Switch shall have SD Card slot for easy file store & restoration like
firmware, configuration file, boot image, syslog etc.
Switch shall provide digital I/O design through external alarm port to have
better security protection.
Switch shall be able to receive events detected by external sensors (e.g.
temperature, smoking or anti-theft sensor). The switch shall be able to send a
trap/log out to report the issue.
Switch shall be able to activate external air-conditioner/fan or ring the bell
based on the condition defined by the user
Network Media
SFP’s 1000BaseSX,1000BaseLX,1000BaseTX,1000Base Lx WDM
Performance
The Switch shall have Non-blocking wire speed switch fabric
The Switch shall have Minimum 128 Gbps Back plane or more
The Switch shall have Minimum 95 million pps or more
The Switch shall support Min. 32K Mac address or more
The Switch shall support Min. 4000 VLANs
The Switch shall support IPv4/IPv6 Routing including IPv6 Tunnel,
ICMPv6, IPv6 Neighbour Discovery(ND), DHCPv6, RIPng and OSPFv3
The Switch shall have 40 Gigabit Stacking Backplane
The Switch shall be able to do Physical Stack up to 10 units per stack or
more
The Switch shall be able to do IP Stacking up to 30 units per IP
The Switch Should support Jumbo Frame (up to 9216 Bytes)
The Switch Should support 802.3af and 802.3at standard
Layer 3 Features
(a)
The Switch should have RIPv1(RFC1058)/RIPv2(RFC2453),RIPng,OSPFv2,
OSPFv3, MPLS,MPLS VPN, VPLS
(b)
(c)
(d)
The Switch should have Policy Based Routing ,BGP 4 & VRRP
The Switch should have DVMRP v3, PIM-DM/SM/SDM for IPv4
The Switch should have IPv6 Tunnelling
(e)
The Switch should have Up to 256 IP Interfaces & 10K route entries or more
(f)
(g)
1.5
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
(g)
(h)
1.6
(a)
(b)
The Switch should have Multi Path Routing support for Equal cost &
Weighted Cost
The Switch should have Per port Limit IP Multicast Address Range for
Control Packet
Layer 2 Features
The Switch should have IGMP Snooping v1,v2,v3 & MLD Snooping
The Switch should have Spanning tree 802.1d,802.1w,802.1s
The Switch should have 802.3ad Link Aggregation Up to 30 groups per
device
The Switch should have Port Mirroring One to one/Many to One & RSPAN
The Switch shall have the intelligence to detect the loop occurring from the
unmanaged network segment
The Switch shall have the capability to build the trunk across stack
The Switch shall support IEEE 802.3ah, IEEE 802.1ag, 802.1AX & ITU-T
Y.1731
It shall support LLDP and LLDP-MED including client location information.
It shall exchange link and device information in multi-vendor networks
VLAN
The LAN switch shall have IEEE 802.1Q VLAN encapsulation. Up to 255
VLANs per switch and up to 4000 VLAN IDs.
It shall have Automatic Negotiation of Trunking Protocol, to help minimize
the configuration & errors.
(c)
(d)
(e)
1.7
(a)
(b)
(c)
d)
(e)
1.8
(a)
(b)
1.9
(a)
It shall have centralized VLAN Management. VLANs created on the Core
Switches shall be propagated to all the others switches automatically, thus
reducing the overhead of creating/modifying/deleting VLANs in all the
switches in turn eliminating the configuration errors & troubleshooting.
It shall have support for Detection of Unidirectional links and to disable
them to avoid problems such as spanning tree loops
It shall support 802.1v & Q-in-Q Vlan
Quality of Service
It shall support 802.1p Priority Queues (8 Queues)
Queue Handling mode: WRR & Strict Mode
Granular Rate Limiting functions on per port & flow based to guarantee
bandwidth in increments shall be as low as 64 Kilobits per Second.
Switch shall support three color marker with CIR/PIR minimum granularity
of 1 kbps
Class of service shall be based on Switch port, DSCP, Vlan ID,TCP/UDP
port, Protocol type,802.1p queues, IPv4/v6 address, IPv6 flow label & User
defined packet content
Access Control List
The Lan Switch shall have the capability to apply access list control based on
IPv4/v6 address, Protocol type,IPv6 flow label, Time based ACL, Vlan-ID,
MAC-ID, DSCP, IPv6 traffic class, TCP/UDP Port, Switch port & user
defined packet content
The Switch shall support up to 1600 Access Control Entries minimum
Network Security
The LAN switch shall support IEEE 802.1x to allow dynamic, port-based
security, providing user authentication.
(b)
The LAN switch shall support for Admission Control features to improve the
network's ability to automatically identify, prevent and respond to security
threats and also to enable the switches to collaborate with third-party such as
Microsoft for security-policy compliance and enforcement before a host is
permitted to access the network
(c)
It shall support for SSHv2, SNMPv3 to provide network security by
encrypting administrator traffic during Telnet and SNMP sessions.
(d)
It shall support RADIUS authentication to enable centralized control of the
switch and restrict unauthorized users from altering the configuration.
(e)
(f)
It shall support DHCP snooping to allow administrators to ensure consistent
mapping of IP to MAC addresses. This can be used to prevent attacks that
attempt to poison the DHCP binding database, and to rate limit the amount of
DHCP traffic that enters a switch port.
It shall support DHCP Interface Tracker (Option 82) to augment a host IP
address request with the switch port ID.
(g)
It shall support that each end node can be isolated from each other and they
should be able to connect to shared ports such as Internet and servers
(h)
It shall support port security to secure the access to an access or trunk port
based on MAC address. After a specific timeframe, the aging feature should
remove the MAC address from the switch to allow another device to connect
to the same port.(up to 14 MAC-ID per port)
(i)
(j)
(k)
1.1
(a)
It shall have MAC-IP-Port binding up with support for ACL mode to 475
Entries per device
It shall have Web & MAC Based Access Control
It shall have CPU Filtering to protect the CPU from Broadcast / Multicast /
Unicast flooding & protocol control packets attacks
Management
The LAN switch shall have CLI support to provide a common user interface
and command set with all routers and switches of the same vendor.
(b)
It shall have Remote Monitoring (RMON) software agent to support four
RMON groups (history, statistics, alarms and events) for enhanced traffic
management, monitoring and analysis.
(c)
It shall support Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) to reduce the cost of
administering software upgrades by downloading from a centralized location.
(d)
It shall support Network Timing Protocol (NTP/SNTP) to provide an
accurate and consistent timestamp to all intranet switches.
(e)
It shall support SNMPv1, SNMPv2c, and SNMPv3 and Telnet interface to
deliver comprehensive in-band management, and a CLI-based management
console to provide detailed out-of-band management
(f)
It shall provide management functions for network segments (access links
and individual circuits), monitors individual links.
(g)
It shall have traffic monitoring for all network ports effective at gigabit speed
or higher, shall not impact the network performance while providing the real
time & historical data of all devices from Layer 2 to Layer 7.
(h)
(i)
1.11
(a)
(b)
It shall support configuration rollback to replace current configuration with
any saved configuration file.
Switch shall be capable to store multiple image file and configuration
Switch shall consume less power through auto-detection of link status and
cable length.
Certification
Switch should be CE,FCC,UL,VCCI, ERTL certified
Switch should be functionally test and verified from ERTL and vendor need
to present complete functional test report from ERTL.
Technical Specification for POE Wireless Access Point 802.11a/b/g/n with Internal Antenna
Technical Specification for POE Wireless Access Point 802.11a/b/g/n
Sr No
Compliance (Yes/No)
with Internal Antenna
Remarks
1
2
3
4
5
6
Provide Ethernet to Wireless LAN bridge fully IEEE 802.3 compatible on the
Ethernet side and fully interoperable with IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n compliant
equipment.
Operation at 2.4GHz and 5GHz band to meet worldwide regulations
AP should support have soft reboot button and factory reset button.
Allows auto fallback data rate for reliability, optimized throughput and
transmission range.
Supports IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n wireless data encryption with 64/128-bit WEP
for security.
Supports enhanced security – WPA2-Personal & WPA2-Enterprise,PSK,
TKIP and AES, Pre-authentication for WPA2 Enterprise, Key caching for
WPA2 Enterprise
7
Supports PoE (Class 3)
8
Supports one 10/100/1000 Ethernet port with Auto-sensing MDI/-MDI-X
9
10
11
12
13
14
Up to 16 Virtual APs (VAP) per radio and Allows up to 200 wireless clients
connected
Supports WDS in both of standalone and managed mode
Supports AP Clustering, enabling APs to form a cluster for simple
management and configuration
Can be managed via Web GUI, CLI or SNMP.
Supports IPv6 management function on both of standalone and managed
mode.
Firmware upgradeable using TFTP and HTTP
16
EAP-MD5, EAP-TLS, EAP-TTLS, EAP-FAST, EAP-SIM, PEAP-GTC,
PEAP-TLS, PEAP-MS-CHAPv2
Configure client access based on AP utilization level
17
Neighbouring AP detection (Rogue AP) using continuous channel scanning
18
Supports authentication with RADIUS, Can configure up to 4 external
RADIUS server for failover
15
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Supports 802.1p Quality of Service (QoS) for enhanced throughput and
better performance of time-sensitive traffic like VoIP and streaming and
DSCP
Allows up to 200 wireless clients connected to AP
Supports 802.1Q VLAN Tagging, Maximum of 64 Dynamic VLAN
AP should have built in utility for packet capture.
Access point should have 2.4GHz and 5GHz PIFA antenna, 2x2 2.4GHz 5
dBi Omni-directional antennas & 2x2 5GHz 6 dBi Omni-directional
antennas with 4 reserved external antenna connectors.
Should have RJ 45 Console port
CE, FCC, C-Tick, IC, VCCI, NCC, WiFi, TELEC, CE/ LVD, UL/CSA
60950-1, UL2043
Module (Multi-Mode Fiber Transceiver)
Feature
1
2
3
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Specification
1000 Base-SX port (IEEE 802.3z standard)
Duplex LC connector
Full Duplex operation
802.3x flow control support
Fiber type: 50um or 62.5um multi-mode fiber up to 550m
Wave length: 850nm
Power support: 3.3V
Hot Pluggable
Class 1 laser product complies with EN 60825-1
TTL signal detect indicator
Metal enclosure for lower EMI
Compliance (Yes/No)
Remarks
Compliance (Yes/No)
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Network Management System Software
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Specifications
Topology Map
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Topology Import / Export
Domain Manager
It should be able to create and modify the domain parameters, such as the
domain name, the legal host which is allowed to access, monitor and manage
the domain
It should be able to configure which workstation (user) is allowed to access
which domain
Link Manager
It should be able to maintain the link relationship between 2 devices when
create the devices manually.
It should Add/ delete/ modify feature supported
Web Client
It should allow the access and essential configuration via Web
It should be able to discover the topology by subnet or IP address range.
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Topology Discovery
It should allow automatically and periodically polling the network and
adding the new discovered device into the topology
Separated Polling Interval
It should be able to configure the different polling interval for device groups
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Trap Editor
It should have the support to Add trap’s OID definition into NMS with
associated message description. When NMS receives the trap, the message
board will display the trap’s information which was defined in the trap
editor.
Trap Filter
Normally, when NMS receives a trap, NMS will launch associated
notification procedure which was defined in NMS. When enable the trap
filter, NMS will ignore the trap’s associated notification action.
Event Configuration
It should configure the notification method for each event/trap as following:-
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The notification methods include
2-1. Sound
2-2. Keep a log
2-3 Flash
2-4 Send an E-Mail
Polling Configuration
It should be able to define the polling protocol, polling interval and
determine which device will be monitored.
System Log
It should save and maintain the administrators’ operation log and the
system’s log
Syslog Server
It should act as a syslog server to collect all the syslog message sent from
each devices
Batch Configuration
It should be able to simultaneously configure several devices at the same
time
It should be enable to support functions such as Save file, Enable/Disable
RMON, Enable/Disable Safeguard Engine, Enable/Disable Spanning Tree,
Firmware updates, Device Resource information update, Configuration file
update, Port Status check, Reboot the selected device, VLAN creation
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It should have the support to configure 3 parties’ device OID information
into NMS’s database. When NMS polling the network and found the same
OID, NMS will identify the device and display the name you entered in the
topology map.
Device Customization
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If 3 parties’ device is not defined first over here, the device will displayed
as a “GenSNMP Device” in topology map.
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3 parties’ devices on Netmap can be changed with selected Icons for
customized presentation to keep some basic information of devices to help
administrator’s management.
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Device Manager
It should have device informations such as device’s name, vendor, model
type, Device’s interface information,
It should have Device’s detail information such as location, buyer, purchase
date, number of modules, number of port, serial number, firmware version.
It should have the support to configure device’s SNMP community name,
SNMP v3 authentication and launch 3rd parties’ device management tool.
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MIB Complier/MIB Browser
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It should be able to Compile 3 parties’ MIB file into NMS’s database.
If there’s no management tool or management module to manage 3rd parties’
device, the MIB files of 3rd parties’ devices need to be compiled into NMS
first and then use MIB browser to query the data or configure the data into
devices.
MIB Utilities
It should have the utilities to configure the MIB information
It should include utilities such as Device SNMP configuration, MIB II
information and statistics, IF information table, Spanning tree information
and port configuration, Bridge 802.1d information and port configuration,
RMON statistic, History and Event group, Transparent bridge, forwarding
and static filter, tables and port, Counter, 802.1p priority configuration, L3
utilities
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Surveillance for Windows Server
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It should manage all SNMP enabled Windows Servers
It should be able to monitor the disk space usage, network load, memory
usage
It should set the notification level for disk space, network load and memory
usage
Inventory Management
It should be able to categorize the switch’s model and generate the report
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It should be able to display switch’s IP address, firmware version etc.
It should be able to categorize the switches by model type and display the
quantity information
Device Locator
It should be able to search device by IP address and pinpoint the Netmap
where the device is
Device Statistics
It should be able to display some statistics information of devices
It should support information such as Vendor statistics, the buyer statistics,
the purchase date statistics
Performance Monitor
It should be able to collect device’s RMON information, and the device need
to enable RMON first before performs the Performance Monitor.
Performance Monitor contains 3 main reports, the Error Ratio, Data
Distribution and Port Flow
It should includes Error Ratio such as Drop Events, CRCAlignError,
UndersizedPkt, OversizedPkt, Segments, Jabbers, Collisions
It should have Data Distribution which includes 0 ~ 64 Octets, 65 ~ 127
Octets, 128 ~ 255 Octets, 256 ~ 511 Octets,512 ~ 1023 Octets, 1024 ~ 1518
Octets
Port Packet Monitor
It should have Port Flow which includes Octets, Packets, Broadcast Packets,
Multicast Packets
It should support essential information collection for the devices which do
not support RMON
It should be able to collect the statistics information based on RFC1213.
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Reporting
It should contain 2 reports, the Utilization and Packet Info.
It should includes Utilization such as Port utilization, Port’s In Octets, Port’s
Out Octets
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It should have Packet Info that includes In Unicast Packets, In Non-unicast
Packets, In Discards, In Errors, In Unknown Port, Out Unicast Packets, Out
Non-unicast Packets
NMS should support templates for user to generate the report
Users should be able to pick up the parameters which NMS will collect the
data and display it on the report.
It should display not only the real-time report but also historical data which
is restored in the database.
SFlow
It should allow the sFlow connector to collect the sFlow datagram sending
from sFlow enabled switches
Authentication
It should support local and Radius authentication modes when log on
Differentiated User Access Control
It should behave in a manner so that, when different users login into NMS,
the functions in the menu is enabled accordingly
SNMPv3 Security
It should support the SNMPv3 security functions such as Packet
encryption/decryption, MPD (RFC 2572), TARGET (RFC 2573), USM
(RFC 2574), VACM (RFC 2575)
System Configuration
It should be able to configure essential information of system such as
management IP station, authentication configuration.
Administrator Manager
It should manage the administrators, such as adding or removing users ;
create and delete the user group; configure the access right for each
individual users
Link Capacity Check
It should be able to check the link speed and the connection relationship
between two switches.
Device Type Check
It should have the control to Check the device model type
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Trace Route
Trace route command
Scheduling
It should be able to support the ability to arrange the schedule for daily
operations or to process specific functions
Nodes Supported
Should support maximum of 5000 nodes
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