OmniSwitch 9000E Chassis LAN Switch

Alcatel-Lucent
OmniSwitch 9000E
CHASSIS LAN SWITCH
The Alcatel-Lucent OmniSwitch® 9000E Chassis LAN Switch (CLS) family is a high-capacity
core switch that addresses large enterprise network needs for secure and highly available
core switches to support voice, data and video solutions. The OmniSwitch 9000E CLS, part of
the OmniSwitch portfolio, is also ideal for use in data centers or metro Ethernet environments
because it was designed for deployments requiring high capacity, scalability and virtualization.
Key features and benefits
High availability
• Smart continuous switching and ISSU
support for non-stop operation in
redundant chassis management module
(CMM) configuration
• Extensive layer-2 and layer-3 protocols
support for spatial resiliency
High performance and scalability
• Wire-rate processing for simultaneous
layer-2 and IPv4/IPv6 traffic
• High density Gigabit Ethernet (GigE)
(384 ports) and 10GigE (192 ports)
• Extended scalability in network policies,
access control lists (ACLs)/quality of
service (QoS) and multicast flows for a
better VoIP and video experience
The OmniSwitch 9000E CLS family offers
enterprises and service provider’s gigabit
and 10 gigabit capacity links, advanced
layer-3 switching, high resiliency with
Multi Chassis Linkagg (MC-LAG), high
availability through in-service software
upgrades (ISSUs), layer-2 segregation using
VLANs, stacked VLANs and Virtual Private
LAN Service (VPLS), as well as layer-3
segregation using multiple virtual routing
and forwarding (VRF). The OmniSwitch
9000E CLS also uses the familiar and fieldproven Alcatel-Lucent Operating System
(AOS), providing effortless deployment
and extended features to address new
customer requirements.
Finally, the OmniSwitch 9000E CLS family
promotes eco-sustainability by using
minimal power, thus reducing energy
bills and air-conditioning costs.
• MC-LAG provides system resiliency with
node level redundancy while increasing
network scalability with multipath activeactive dual homing
• Switching performance: 384 Gb/s Full
Duplex/ 768Gb/s Aggregate
• Forwarding performance: 1,227 Mp/s
• Up to 64,000 media access control (MAC)
addresses per chassis
• Up to 4,094 VLAN IDs
• Jumbo frames up to 9,216 bytes
Comprehensive security
• Flexible device/user authentication with
Access Guardian (802.1x/MAC/captive
portal), with built-in host integrity check
(HIC), intrusion detection system (IDS)
and quarantine enforcement mechanism
• Extensive support of Alcatel-Lucent
Operating System (AOS) user-oriented
features
Large campus and metro network
• Layer-2 deployment using stacked VLANs,
including OA&M toolbox and multicast
support – Metro Ethernet access-ready
• Layer-3 deployment using multiple-VRF
• IP/MPLS deployment using VPLS
Convergence
• Enhanced VoIP and video perfor-mance
with policy-based QoS
• PoE+ support for IP phones, WLAN access
points and video cameras with up to 2400
W of power through dedicated power
shelves. PoE power negotiation via LLDP
MED TLV extensions
• Unified Access for wired and wireless
users. Simplifying network architecture
with automated controls and enhanced
security:
¬SIP Fluency to monitor and prioritize
SIP flows
¬Airgroup™ Network Services for Bonjour
enabled devices
¬Integrated Policy with User Network
Profile
¬Citrix VDI fluency enables differentiated
services for VDI flows
• Advanced, Secure BYOD services in
enterprise networks*:
¬Zero-touch guest management and self
registration
¬Device on-boarding and automated
802.1x provisioning
¬Device posture/health check, and
fingerprinting,
¬Device Profiling
* Integrated with ClearPass
Alcatel-Lucent OmniSwitch 9000E CLS models
The OmniSwitch 9000E CLS family offers customers an extensive choice of chassis, modules and power options to match their infrastructure requirements.
Chassis models
Several chassis options are offered to meet density requirements.
OmniSwitch 9700E/OmniSwitch 9702E
OmniSwitch 9800E
NUMBER OF SLOTS
Chassis management module (CMM)
2
2
Network interface (NI)
8
16
Power supply (AC/DC)
3
4
Height (19-in. and 23-in. rack mount)
11U
17U
Dimensions (HxWxD)
48.9 cm x 44.2 cm x 44.0 cm
(19.25 in x 17.4 in x 17.3 in)
75.6 cm x 44.2 cm x 44.0 cm
(29.75 in x 17.4 in x 17.3 in)
Weight (loaded/empty)
60 kg (130 lb)/25 kg (56 lb)
85 kg (190 lb)/36 kg (80 lb)
PHYSICAL
ENVIRONMENT
Operating temperature
0°C to 45°C (32°F to 113°F)
0°C to 45°C (32°F to 113°F)
Storage temperature
-20°C to 85°C (-4°F to 185°F)
-20°C to 85°C (-4°F to 185°F)
Operating humidity
10% to 90% (non-condensing)
10% to 90% (non-condensing)
Storage Humidity
10% to 95% (non-condensing)
10% to 95% (non-condensing)
Cooling
Front-to-back cooling
Front-to-back cooling
Power (chassis + fan tray)
<80 W
<80 W
Heat dissipation (fully loaded – worst case)
<3485 BTU/hr
<6480 BTU/hr
Altitude
0 to 4 km (13,000 ft)
0 to 4 km (13,000 ft)
Modules
The table below lists the choice of modules available for the OmniSwitch 9000E CLS family.
DESCRIPTION
POWER
OS9700E-CMM
OmniSwitch 9700E Chassis Management Module
<30 W
OS9702E-CMM
OmniSwitch 9702E Chassis Management Module
<30 W
OS9800E-CMM
OmniSwitch 9800E Chassis Management Module
<40 W
OS9-XNI-U2E
2 unpopulated ports of 10GBase-X (XFP MSA)
<32 W
OS9-XNI-U12E
12 unpopulated ports of 10GBase-X (SFP+ MSA)
<40 W
OS9-GNI-U24E
24 unpopulated ports of 1000Base-X MiniGBIC (SFP MSA)
<40 W
OS9-GNI-P24E
24 ports of 10/100/1000Base-T/TX (RJ-45) up to 30W of PoE per port
<54 W
OS9-GNI-C24E
24 ports of 10/100/1000Base-T/TX (RJ-45)
<55 W
MANAGEMENT MODULES
NETWORK INTERFACES
All network interfaces and transceivers are hot-swappable and can be used in any available NI slot of any OmniSwitch 9000E CLS chassis.
Power supplies
All OmniSwitch 9000 CLS models support redundant and hot-swappable AC and DC power supplies.
OS9-PS-0725A
Input voltage
100 V AC to 250 V AC (auto-ranging)
-48 V DC
Input current (max)
7.9 A (110 V)4.0 A (220 V)
17.8 A (-48V)
Operating frequency
47 Hz to 63 Hz
–
Efficiency
83%
85%
Maximum output power
725 W
725 W
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OS9-PS-0725D
PoE shelves
All OmniSwitch 9000E CLS models support an optional power shelf to provide power to PoE+ -capable devices.
IPS 0600
Power Supply (AC) physical
4
Height (19-in and 23-in rack mount)
2.9RU
Dimensions (HxWxD)
75.6cm x 44.2cm x 44.0cm (29.75in x 17.4in x 17.3in)
Maximum output power
2400W (4x600)
Example of PoE devices count: Class 0&3 (15.4W)/Class 4(30W)
140/72
Compliance and certifications
Emission
• FCC CFR 47 part 15 (Class A)
• ICES-003 (Class A)
• CE marking for European countries (Class A)
• VCCI (Class A)
• AS/NZS 3548 (Class A)
• EN 55022:2006 (Emission Standard)
• EN 61000-3-2:2006
• EN 61000-3-3:1995 +A2:2005
Immunity
• IECEN 55024:1998 +A1:2001 +A2:2003
• EN 61000-4-2:2001
• EN 61000-4-3:2002
• EN 61000-4-4:2004
• EN 61000-4-5:2001
• EN 61000-4-6:2004
• EN 61000-4-8:2001
• EN 61000-4-11:2004
Safety agency certifications
• US UL 60950
• IEC 60950-1:2001; all national deviations
• EN 60950-1:2001; all deviations
• CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60950-1-03
• NOM-019 SCFI, Mexico
• AS/NZ TS-001 and 60950:2000, Australia
• UL-AR, Argentina
• UL-GS Mark, Germany
• EN 60825-1:1993 +A1:1997 +A2:2001
Laser,
• EN 60825-2:2004 Laser
• CDRH Laser
Detailed product features
Simplified manageability
Management interfaces
• Dedicated EMP RJ-45 port for
management and diagnostics
• Intuitive, familiar CLI reduces
training costs
• Easy-to-use, point-and-click, web-based
element manager (WebView) with built-in
help for easy configuration
• Integrated with Alcatel-Lucent OmniVista®
2500 Network Management System (NMS)
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• Full configuration and reporting using
Simple Network Management Protocol
(SNMP) v1/2/3 across all OmniSwitch
families to facilitate third-party NMS
integration
• Remote switch access using Telnet or
Secure Shell (SSH)
• File upload using USB, TFTP, FTP, SFTP, or
SCP for faster configuration
• Human-readable ASCII-based configuration
files for off-line editing, bulk configuration
and out-of-the-box auto-provisioning
Real-time diagnostics of fiber connections
for early detection of optical signal
deterioration
• Link Monitoring: link flap detection
and link error counts to identify bad
connections and automatically make
adjustments to
use the links that are good
• Time Domain Reflectometry (TDR): used
for locating break or other discontinuity
in copper cable
Network configuration
• Onboard flash for, for example, storing
switch configuration, monitoring logs and
AOS images
• Auto-negotiating 10/100/1000 ports
automatically configure port speed and
duplex setting
• Status LEDs for at-a-glance monitoring of
system, power and line card status
• Auto MDI/MDIX automatically configures
transmit and receive signals to support
straight-through and crossover cabling
Monitoring and troubleshooting
• Local (on the flash) and remote server
logging: Syslog and command log
• Port-based mirroring for troubleshooting
and lawful interception; supports four
sessions with multiple sources-to-one
destination
• Policy-based mirroring allows selection
of the type of traffic to mirror by using
QoS policies
• Remote port mirroring facilitates passing
mirrored traffic through the network to
a remotely connected device
• Port monitoring feature allows capture
of Ethernet packets to a file to assist in
troubleshooting
• sFlow v5 and RMON: For advanced
monitoring and reporting capabilities for
statistics, history, alarms and events
• IP tools: Ping and traceroute
• ITU-T Y.1731 and IEEE 802.1ag Ethernet
OA&M: Connectivity Fault Management
and performance measurements (layer-2
ping and link trace)
• IEEE 802.3ah Ethernet in the First Mile
(EFM) for link monitoring, remote fault
detection, and loopback control (layer-1
ping)
• Unidirectional Link Detection (UDLD)
detects and disables unidirectional links on
fiber optic interfaces
• Digital Diagnostic Monitoring (DDM):
• BOOTP/DHCP client with option 60
allows auto-configuration of switch IP
information for simplified deployment
• DHCP v4/v6 relay to forward client
requests to a DHCP server
• Alcatel-Lucent Mapping Adjacency
Protocol (AMAP) for building topology
maps
• IEEE 802.1AB LLDP with MED extensions
for automated device discovery and IP
phone provisioning
• Multiple VLAN Registration Protocol
(MVRP) and GARP VLAN Registration
Protocol (GVRP) for 802.1Q/1ak-compliant
VLAN pruning and dynamic VLAN creation
• Dynamic Virtual Network Profiles
(vNP) for automating virtual machine/
device attachment to the network with
guaranteed SLA
• Auto-QoS for switch management and IP
phone traffic
• Network Time Protocol (NTP) for networkwide time synchronization
Resiliency and high availability
• Smart continuous switching technology
for instantaneous and transparent CMM
failover in redundant CMM configuration
• MC-LAG active-active dual homing over
IEEE 802.3ad (LACP) interfaces enabling
a highly resilient architecture
• ISSU for non-disruptive maintenance
software upgrade in redundant CMM
configuration
• ITU-T G.8032 Ethernet Ring Protection
(ERPv2) designed for loop protection
and fast convergence times (sub 50 ms)
in ring topologies
• Ring Rapid Spanning Tree (RRSTP)
optimized for ring topology to provide
less than 100-ms convergence time
• IEEE 802.1s Multiple Spanning Tree
Protocol (MSTP): Encompasses IEEE
802.1D Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)
and IEEE 802.1w Rapid Spanning Tree
Protocol (RSTP)
with username and password and supports
dynamic VLAN access based on user
• Host integrity check (HIC) agent on each
switch makes it an HIC enforcer and
facilitates endpoint device control for
company policy compliance; quarantine
and remediation are supported as required
• User Network Profile (UNP): Simplifies NAC
management and control by dynamically
providing pre-defined policy configuration
to authenticated clients – VLAN, ACL,
bandwidth, HIC
• SSH for secure CLI session with public
key infrastructure (PKI) support
• Per-VLAN Spanning Tree (PVST+) and
Alcatel-Lucent 1x1 STP mode
• Centralized RADIUS and Lightweight
Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) user
authentication
• IEEE 802.3ad Link Aggregation Control
Protocol (LACP) and static LAG groups
across modules are supported
• TACACS+ client allows for authentication,
authorization and accounting (AAA) with
a remote TACACS+ server
• Dual-home link support for sub-second
link protection without STP
• Microsoft Active Directory authentication
snooping (Kerberos)
• Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol
(VRRP) to provide highly available routed
environments
• Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)* – Provides
on-boarding of Guest, IT / non-IT
issued and silent devices. Restriction /
Redirection / Remediation of traffic from
non-compliant devices. Uses RADIUS CoA
to dynamically enforce User Network
Profiles based on Authentication, Profiling,
and Posture check of devices.
• Bidirectional Forwarding Detection (BFD)
for fast failure detection and reduced
re-convergence times in a routed
environment
• Broadcast, unknown unicast and multicast
storm control to avoid degradation in
overall system performance
• Redundant and hot-swappable power
supplies, transceiver modules offering
uninterruptible service
• Dual image and dual configuration file
storage provides backup
• WCCPv2 for transparent traffic flow
redirection and better bandwidth
utilization
• Split Stack Protection Helper for
OmniSwitch Stackable switches
Containment, monitoring and quarantine
• Support for Alcatel-Lucent OmniVista 2500
NMS Quarantine Manager and quarantine
VLAN
• Group mobility rules and “guest” VLAN
support
• Authenticated VLAN that challenges users
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• Queue management with configurable
scheduling algorithm: Strict Priority
Queuing (SPQ), Weighted Round Robin
(WRR) and Deficit Round Robin (DRR)
• Congestion avoidance: Support for Endto-End Head-of-Line (E2E-HOL) blocking
prevention and flow control
• LLDP network polices for dynamic
designation of VLAN-ID and layer-2/
layer-3 priority for IP phones
• Auto-QoS for switch management traffic
as well as traffic from Alcatel-Lucent IP
phones
• Differentiated Services for Virtual Desktop
Interface (VDI) flows. One-touch QoS
support for Citrix VDI.
• Fluent network for Voice, Video and Data:
¬ Multicast DNS Relay – Bonjour protocol
support for wired Airgroup
• ARP poisoning detection
• Web-based authentication (captive portal):
A customizable web portal residing on the
switch that can be used for authenticating
supplicants as well as non-supplicants
• Bandwidth management: Flow-based
bandwidth management, ingress rate
limiting and egress rate shaping per port
• DHCP snooping, DHCP IP/Address
Resolution Protocol (ARP) spoof protection
Access control
• MAC-based authentication for non-802.1x
hosts
• Traffic prioritization: Flow-based QoS with
internal and external prioritization (also
known as re-marking)
¬Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)
detection, monitoring and tracking. SIP
profile for QoS, real-time conversation
quality information concerning packet
loss, jitter, MOS score and R-Factor.
Advanced security
• Auto-sensing 802.1X multi-client,
multi-VLAN
Converged networks (QoS)
• Priority queues: Eight hardware-based
queues per port for flexible QoS
management
• Learned Port Security (LPS) or MAC
Address Lockdown: Secures the network
access on user or trunk ports based on
MAC address
• Embedded traffic anomaly detection (TAD)
monitors traffic patterns typical for wormlike viruses and either shuts down the port
or reports to the management system
• AOS Access Guardian framework for
comprehensive user-policy-based network
access control (NAC)
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Traffic filtering
• ACLs to filter out unwanted traffic
including denial of service (DoS) attacks;
flow based filtering in hardware (layer 1
to layer 4)
• IP Source Filtering as a protective and
effective mechanism against ARP attacks
• Support of Microsoft® Network Access
Protection (NAP)
• Bridge Protocol Data Unit (BPDU) blocking
automatically shuts down user ports if
an STP BPDU packet is seen to prevent
topology loops
• STP Root Guard: Prevents edge devices
from becoming STP root nodes
IPv4 routing
• Multiple VRF for network segmentation
and Inter-VRF route leaking
• Static routing, Routing Information
Protocol (RIP) v1 and v2
• Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) v2,
Intermediate System-to-Intermediate
System (IS-IS), Border Gateway Protocol
(BGP) v4
• Generic Routing Encapsulation (GRE)
tunneling
• Graceful restart extensions for OSPF
and BGP
• VRRP v2
• LLDP Security mechanism for rogue device
detection and restriction
• DHCP relay (including generic UDP relay)
• Loopback Detection
• IP SLA measurement
• ARP
• IP router port
IPv6 routing
• Static routing
• Routing Information Protocol Next
Generation (RIPng)
• OSPF v3
• BGP v4 (with extensions to IPv6 routing)
• Graceful restart extensions for OSPF
and BGP
• IS-IS v6
• Multi Topology Routing in IS-IS (M-ISIS)
• VRRP v3
• Neighbor Discovery Protocol (NDP)
IPv4/IPv6 multicast
• Internet Group Management Protocol
(IGMP) v1/v2/v3 snooping for optimized
multicast traffic
• Protocol Independent Multicast - SparseMode (PIM-SM)/Protocol Independent
Multicast - Dense-Mode (PIM-DM)
• Distance Vector Multicast Routing Protocol
(DVMRP)
• Multicast Listener Discovery (MLD) v1/v2
snooping for optimized multicast traffic
• MEF 9 and 14 certified
• Managed by Alcatel-Lucent 5620 Service
Aware Manager
• Customer provider edge (CPE) test
head traffic generator and analyzer
tool to validate customer Service Level
Agreements (SLA)
• TR-101 PPPoE Intermediate Agent allowing
for the PPPoE network access method
MPLS
• VPLS support to provide transparent LAN
services over an IP/MPLS network
¬Transparent LAN services with service
VLAN (SVLAN) and customer VLAN
(CVLAN) concept
• RFC 5880, 5881, 5882 BFD
OSPF
• RFC 1253/1850/2328 OSPFv2 and MIB
• RFC 1587/3101 OSPF NSSA Option
• RFC 1765 OSPF Database Overflow
• RFC 2154 OSPF MD5 Signature
• RFC 2370/3630 OSPF Opaque LSA
• RFC 3623 OSPF Graceful Restart
RIP
• Flexible priority mapping/override on a
per-service access point (SAP) basis
• RFC 1722/1723/1724/2453/1724 RIP v2
and MIB
• Static fast re-route to allow configuration
of backup static label switched path (LSP)
tunnels for enhanced resiliency
• RFC 1812/2644 IPv4 Router Requirements
• LSP ping and LSP traceroute to assist with
detection of traffic problems, such as
“black holes” or incorrect routing
• RFC 1269/1657 BGP v3 and v4 MIB
• Consistent service-based-architecture
for smoother integration with our other
MPLS-enabled solutions
Supported standards
IEEE standards
• IEEE 802.1D (STP)
• IEEE 802.1p (CoS)
• IEEE 802.1Q (VLANs)
• IEEE 802.1ad (Provider Bridges)
¬Service access point (SAP) profile
identification
• IEEE 802.1ak (Multiple VLAN Registration
Protocol)
¬CVLAN-to-SVLAN translation
• IEEE 802.1s (MSTP)
• Service Assurance Agent (SAA) for SLA
compliance validation
• RFC 2784 GRE Tunneling
• RFC 1058 RIP v1
¬Ethernet network-to-network interface
(NNI) and user-network interface (UNI)
services
• Ethernet OA&M compliant with ITU
Y.1731 and IEEE 802.1ag version 8.1
for connectivity fault and performance
management and IEEE 802.3ah EFM for
link OA&M
IPv4
• RFC 2003 IP/IP Tunneling
• LDP support (including graceful restart) for
transport tunnel setup and signaling
Metro Ethernet access
• Ethernet services support per IEEE
802.1ad Provider Bridge services (also
known as Q-in-Q or VLAN stacking):
IETF standards
• IEEE 802.1ag (Connectivity Fault
Management)
• RFC 2080 RIPng for IPv6
BGP
• RFC 1403/1745 BGP/OSPF Interaction
• RFC 1771-1774/2842/2918/3392 BGP v4
• RFC 1965 BGP AS Confederations
• RFC 1966 BGP Route Reflection
• RFC 1997/1998 BGP Communities
Attribute
• RFC 2042 BGP New Attribute
• RFC 2385 BGP MD5 Signature
• RFC 2439 BGP Route Flap Damping
• RFC 2545 BGP-4 Multiprotocol Extensions
for IPv6 Inter-Domain Routing
• RFC 2796 BGP Route Reflection
• RFC 2858 Multiprotocol Extensions for
BGP-4
• RFC 3065 BGP AS Confederations
IS-IS
• IEEE 802.1w (RSTP)
• RFC 1142 OSI IS-IS for Intra-domain
Routing Protocol
• IEEE 802.1X (Port-based Network
Access Control)
• RFC 1195 OSI IS-IS for Routing
• IEEE 802.3i (10Base-T)
• IEEE 802.3u (Fast Ethernet)
• IEEE 802.3x (Flow Control)
• RFC 2763 Dynamic Host Name
• RFC 2966 Route Leaking
• RFC 3719 Interoperable Networks
• IEEE 802.3z (Gigabit Ethernet)
• RFC 3787 Interoperable IP Networks
using IS-IS
• IEEE 802.3ab (1000Base-T)
• RFC 5308 Routing IPv6 with IS-IS
• MAC-Forced Forwarding support according
to RFC 4562
• IEEE 802.3ac (VLAN Tagging)
• RFC 5120 Multi Topology Routing in IS-IS
• DHCP Option 82: Configurable relay agent
information
• IEEE 802.3ae (10G Ethernet)
• Private VLAN feature for user traffic
segregation
• IP Multicast VLAN (IPMVLAN)
• IEEE 802.3ad (Link Aggregation)
IP Multicast
• RFC 1075 DVMRP
ITU-T recommendations
• RFC 1112 IGMP v1
• Optimized Ethernet access services delivery
• ITU-T G.8032v2 (Ethernet Ring Protection)
¬Network bandwidth protection against
overload of video traffic
• RFC 2236/2933 IGMP v2 and MIB
• ITU-T Y.1731 OA&M fault and performance
management
• RFC 2362/4601/5059 PIM-SM
¬Multicast streams isolation from
multiple content providers over the
same interface
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• RFC 2365 Multicast
• RFC 2710 Multicast Listener Discovery
for IPv6
• RFC 2715/2932 Multicast Routing MIB
• RFC 1643/2665 Ethernet MIB
• RFC 2934 PIM MIB for IPv4
• RFC 1901-1908/3416-3418 SNMP v2c
• RFC 768 UDP
• RFC 3376 IGMPv3
• RFC 2096 IP MIB
• RFC 4541 Considerations for IGMP and
MLD snooping
• RFC 2131 DHCP
• RFC 791/894/1024/1349 IP and
IP/Ethernet
• RFC 2570-2576/3410-3415 SNMP v3
• RFC 792 ICMP
• RFC 5060 Protocol Independent Multicast
MIB
• RFC 2616/2854 HTTP and HTML
• RFC 793/1156 TCP/IP and MIB
• RFC 2667 IP Tunneling MIB
• RFC 826/903 ARP and Reverse ARP
• RFC 2668/3636 IEEE 802.3 MAU MIB
• RFC 919/922 Broadcasting Internet
Datagram
• RFC 5132 IP Multicast MIB
• RFC 5240 PIM Bootstrap Router MIB
IPv6
• RFC 1886/3596 DNS for IPv6
• RFC 2674 VLAN MIB
• RFC 3414 User-based Security Model
Others
• RFC 925/1027 Multi LAN ARP/Proxy ARP
• RFC 950 Subnetting
• RFC 2292/2553/3493/3542 IPv6 Sockets
• RFC 4251 Secure Shell Protocol
Architecture
• RFC 2373/2374/3513/3587 IPv6
Addressing
• RFC 4252 The Secure Shell (SSH)
Authentication Protocol
• RFC 1151 RDP
• RFC 2452/2454 IPv6 TCP/UDP MIB
• RFC 4878 OA&M Functions on EthernetLike Interfaces
• RFC 1256 ICMP Router Discovery
• RFC 2460/2461/2462/2464 Core IPv6
• RFC 2461 NDP
Security
• RFC 951 BOOTP
• RFC 1191/1981 Path MTU Discovery
• RFC 1305/2030 NTP v3 and Simple NTP
• RFC 1493 Bridge MIB
• RFC 2463/2466/4443 ICMP v6 and MIB
• RFC 1321 MD5
• RFC 1518/1519 CIDR
• RFC 2893/4213 IPv6 Transition
Mechanisms
• RFC 2104 HMAC Message Authentication
• RFC 1541/1542/2131/3396/3442 DHCP
• RFC 2138/2865/2868/3575/2618 RADIUS
Authentication and Client MIB
• RFC 1757/2819 RMON and MIB
• RFC 3056 IPv6 Tunneling
• RFC 3595 TC for Flow Label
• RFC 4007 IPv6 Scoped Address
Architecture
• RFC 4193 Unique Local IPv6 Unicast
Addresses
Manageability
• RFC 854/855 Telnet and Telnet Options
• RFC 959/2640 FTP
• RFC 1350 TFTP Protocol
• RFC 2139/2866/2867/2620 RADIUS
Accounting and Client MIB
• RFC 2228 FTP Security Extensions
• RFC 2267 Network Ingress Filtering
• RFC 2284 PPP EAP
• RFC 2131/3046/3315/4649/6221 DHCP/
BOOTP Relay
• RFC 2132 DHCP Options
• RFC 2251 LDAP v3
• RFC 2338/3768/2787 VRRP and MIB
• RFC 2869/2869bis RADIUS Extension
• RFC 3021 Using 31-bit Prefixes on IPv4
Point-to-Point Links
• RFC 3576 Dynamic Authorization
Extensions to RADIUS
• RFC 3031/3032/3343/4182 MPLS
QoS
• RFC 1155/2578-2580 SMI v1 and SMI v2
• RFC 896 Congestion Control
• RFC 1157/2271 SNMP
• RFC 1122 Internet Hosts
• RFC 1212/2737 MIB and MIB-II
• RFC 1213/2011-2013 SNMP v2 MIB
• RFC 2474/2475/2597/3168/3246
DiffServ
• RFC 1215 Convention for SNMP Traps
• RFC 2697 srTCM
• RFC 1573/2233/2863 Private Interface
MIB
• RFC 2698 trTCM
• RFC 3635 Pause Control
MPLS
• RFC 3035/3036/3037/5036 LDP
• RFC 3060 Policy Core
• RFC 3176 sFlow
• RFC 3478 LDP Graceful Restart
• RFC 4379 LSP Ping
• RFC 4562 MAC-Forced Forwarding
• RFC 4762 VPLS using LDP
OmniSwitch 9000E ordering
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
BUNDLES
OS9700E-CB-A
OmniSwitch 9700E Base Bundle (1 chassis, 2 PSUs and 1 CMM) for AC power
OS9702E-CB-A
OmniSwitch 9702E Base Bundle (1 chassis, 2 PSUs and 1 CMM) for AC power, NEBS ready
OS9800E-CB-A
OmniSwitch 9800E Base Bundle (1 chassis, 3 PSUs and 1 CMM) for AC power
OS9700E-RCB-A
OmniSwitch 9700E Redundant Bundle (1 chassis, 3 PSUs and 2 CMMs) for AC power
OS9702E-RCB-A
OmniSwitch 9702E Redundant Bundle (1 chassis, 3 PSUs and 2 CMMs) for AC power, NEBS ready
OS9800E-RCB-A
OmniSwitch 9800E Redundant Bundle (1 chassis, 4 PSUs and 2 CMMs) for AC power
CHASSIS AND POWER SUPPLIES
OS9700-CHASSIS
10-slot chassis – 8 dedicated slots for any OmniSwitch 9000E NIs, 2 dedicated slots for OS9700E-CMM or
OS9702E-CMM (management and switching fabric)
OS9702-CHASSIS
10-slot chassis – 8 dedicated slots for any OmniSwitch 9000E NIs, 2 dedicated slots for OS9700E-CMM or
OS9702E-CMM (management and switching fabric) , NEBS ready
Alcatel-Lucent OmniSwitch 9000E
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OS9800-CHASSIS
18-slot chassis – 16 dedicated slots for any OmniSwitch 9000E NIs, 2 dedicated slots for OS9800E-CMM
(management and switching fabric)
OS9-PS-0725A
725 W AC power supply for OmniSwitch 9000/9000E
OS9-PS-0600D
600 W DC power supply for OmniSwitch 9000/9000E
OS9-IP-SHELF
PoE rack (4-slot) for OmniSwitch 9000 chassis. Rack to include a 600 W AC PSU (OS9-IPS-0600A)
OS9-IPS-0600A
600 W AC PoE PSU (100 V to 240 V) for use within OS9-IP-SHELF only
MANAGEMENT AND SWITCHING FABRIC MODULES
OS9700E-CMM
OmniSwitch 9700E Chassis Management Module for use in the OmniSwitch 9700E/9702E chassis
OS9702E-CMM
OmniSwitch 9702E Chassis Management Module for use in the OmniSwitch 9700E/9702E chassis
OS9800E-CMM
OmniSwitch 9800E Chassis Management Module for use in the OmniSwitch 9800E chassis
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
NETWORK INTERFACE CARDS
OS9-XNI-U2E
OmniSwitch 9000E Network Interface with 2 unpopulated ports of 10GBase-X (XFP MSA)
OS9-XNI-U12E
OmniSwitch 9000E Network Interface with 12 unpopulated ports of 10GBase-X (SFP+)
OS9-GNI-U24E
OmniSwitch 9000E Network Interface with 24 unpopulated ports of 1000Base-X MiniGBIC (SFP MSA)
OS9-GNI-C24E
OmniSwitch 9000E Network Interface with 24 ports of 10/100/1000Base-T/TX (R-J45)
OS9-GNI-P24E
OmniSwitch 9000 Network Interface with 24 ports of 10/100/1000Base-T/TX (RJ-45), PoE+ -capable
ADVANCED SOFTWARE
OS9-SW-IPSEC
IPSec software license for OmniSwitch 9000E to enable support of IPSec for IPv6 routing protocols (RIPng/OSPFv3)
OS9-SW-MPLS
MPLS software license for OmniSwitch 9000E to enable support of VPLS, LDP, advanced OA&M (LSP ping/traceroute)
and static Fast Reroute
ACCESSORIES
OS9000-FTTC
Low noise fan tray for the OmniSwitch 9700E/9702E/9800E chassis
Contact your reseller of Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise solutions for additional information on country-specific power cords and a complete list
of our SFP and XFP transceivers and MRJ21 cables.
Service and support
Warranty
Limited warranty to the original owner of one year on hardware and 90 days on software.
About LGS Innovations
LGS Innovations delivers next-generation solutions addressing the most complex networking and communications challenges facing the
U.S. federal government, state and local governments, critical infrastructure operators, and commercial enterprises worldwide. LGS offers
groundbreaking research, development, and solutions in wireless communications, radio frequency (RF) spectrum analysis, cybersecurity,
fiber optic and free-space optical communications, and mobile broadband. We integrate our solutions into communications, sensing, and
analytical systems that provide our customers with a critical information advantage.
LGS Innovations is a U.S.-owned company headquartered in Herndon, Virginia, with offices in Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois,
Maryland, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Carolina, and overseas locations. Formerly a subsidiary of Alcatel-Lucent, LGS is the exclusive
reseller of Alcatel-Lucent products and services to the U.S. federal government, both directly and through any indirect supplier. LGS
maintains strong ties to our Bell Labs heritage, leveraging a 75-year legacy of innovation to create best-in-class communications solutions.
We employ more than 1,000 associates around the world, including 600 scientists and engineers—over 250 of whom are former Bell Labs
employees. To learn more about LGS Innovations, visit www.lgsinnovations.com.
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