Minutes of Pre-Bid Meeting for JAP-IT/2015-16/Wi

Minutes of Pre-Bid Meeting for JAP-IT/2015-16/Wi-Fi Rate Contract
Date
:
June 18, 2015.
Time
:
03:00 P.M.
Venue
:
Office Chamber of CEO, JAP-IT , Dhurwa, Ranchi
Attendees :- Attached here with as Annexure-A
Presence :
1. Shri, K.K. Sinha C.E.O. JAP-IT
2. Shri R.K. Gupta, OSD, JAP-IT
3. Shri Sujit Kumar Mukherjee, Under Secretary Finance
4. Shri Anirudda Banerjee Head SeMT
5. Shri Amit Kumar, Consultant SeMT
6. All representative of Bidders
Pre-bid meeting was held on 18th June 2015 under the Chairmanship of CEO, JAP-IT
Sh. K.K Sinha to discuss on queries received from the bidders in response to the RFP for
selection of suitable agency for JAP-IT/2015-16/Wi-Fi Rate Contract.
The committee took up the queries sequentially in the presence of bidders. All queries
were discussed in length in meeting. The response/clarification of valid queries is
attached with this minutes of the meeting as annexure “A”.
At last meeting ended with vote of thanks to chair.
(K.K.Sinha)
CEO, JAP-IT
Annexure-‘A’
Corrigendum I
(RFP Ref No . JAP-IT/2015-16/Wi-Fi Rate Contract)
Following Query was asked :
Line Product
No
Wireless Mobility Co
ntroller (Up to 100 M
anaged Access Points
)
12 Should support NAT a
nd NAT traversal
16 Must support minimu
m N+1 redundancy m
odels
18 Should be able to clas
sify different types of
interference
Remarks
Modification Request
Requirement is Kindly delete the clause/specification
for WLAN
controller and
not an Edge
device like a
router hence it
does not
support NAT
feature.
Support for
Please amend it to " Must support N+N redundancy models"
N+N
redundancy
model, as N+ N
redundancy
model is better
to handle the
load from the
failed device.
Also the
backup
controller
needs to have
the
license/support
to manage the
APs of the
failed
controller.
This feature is
Kindly delete the clause/specification
OEM
proprietary
and supported
by very few
OEM's hence
request to
remove this
clause
19 Should provide a sna
pshot of air quality in
terms of the perform
ance and impact .
WIRELESS NMS
11 Should be FCAPS
based
13 RF heat mapping, and
wireless lan service
reports
1
4
Should provide key in
formation in a consoli
dated manner like m
obility activity,
DHCP Server, ports, V
LANs, usage at the cli
ent level down to the
CPU load level
and across neighbors
and local meshes.
Should provide logica
l and physical views o
f wireless lan by acce
ss point, controller
information in real ti
me
7
Should provide wirele
ss LAN device configu
ration, topology, perf
ormance
monitoring, RF heat
mapping and service
reports thereby facilit
ating centralized
control over the wirel
ess network.
11 Should features third
party map integration
such as Google Maps
.
This feature is
OEM
proprietary
and supported
by very few
OEM's hence
request to
remove this
clause
Requirement is
not for NMS
but for Central
WiFi Manager (
CWM ).CWM
sofware is a
software based
on SNMP to
manage the
access points.
RF heat map
not supported
network
topology, can
be viewed
DHCP server
and local
Mesh are not
supported as
this is a
software tool.
Logical views
supported as
this is a
software based
tool
RF heat map
not network
supported
topology .
Option to add
a custom
background
image.
Kindly delete the clause/specification
Hence should be amended to " Should be a FCAPS/SNMP based
tool"
Hence should be amended to " Network topology and wireless lan
service reports"
hence should be amended to
"Should provide key information in a consolidated manner like mob
ility activity, ports, VLANs, client information."
Please amend it to "
Should provide logical views of wireless LAN by access point, contro
ller information in real time"
Hence request to delete " RF Heat Mapping "
Please amend to "Should support features such as adding a custom
background image to the network topology view."
18
Wireless Mobility Co
ntroller (Up to 500 M
anaged Access Points
)
WLAN Controller sho
uld support up to 100
access points per uni
t and should
support up to 500 acc
ess points in HA confi
guration
19
Should have minimu
m 4 GE UTP, 4 GE SFP
and 2 10GbE SFP+ po
rts on each
controller
20 Should have internal
redundant power sup
ply from day 1
23 Should support NAT a
nd NAT traversal
2 Should be able to clas
sify different types of
interference
3 Should provide a sna
pshot of air quality in
terms of the perform
ance and impact of
64 access
points
supported by
default and
additon of
license
required for
managing 100
APs. Can
manage 500
APs by
clustering 2
units of
controller
Higher number
of high end
ports not used
in wire less
controllers in
general.
We are going
for N+1 / N+N
topologey
hence RPS not
required.
This is a WLAN
controller and
not an Edge
device like a
router hence it
does not
support NAT
feature
This feature is
OEM
proprietary
and supported
by one/few
OEM's hence
request to
remove this
clause
This feature is
OEM
proprietary
and supported
by one/ few
OEM's hence
request to
remove this
Please amend to " WLAN controller should support 100 access
points per unit and should support 500 AP's by clustering two
controllers in HA configuration"
Please edit as " 4 SFP Combo Ports on Controller "
Please delete this line
Please delete this line
Please delete this line
Please delete this line
clause
6 Shall support minimu
m 8 active/simultane
ous
Wireless Access Poin
t (802.11n, Indoor, 3
00Mbps per Radio)
9 Should be a IEEE 802.
11a/b/g/n compliant
concurrent dual radio
access point
Should support 300
Mbps per radio
11 Should feature a two
spatialstream 802.11n (3x3
MIMO) integrated or
external dual
band (2.4GHz & 5GHz
) antenna
Wireless Access
Point (802.11n,
Outdoor, 450Mbps
per Radio)
14 Outdoor enclosure
should be IP67 rated
and NEMA 4X rated.
Omni-directional and
16 Should support selfhealing, selfoptimizing local mesh
extending network
3 Should have
configurable radio
transmit power of at
Also depends
on other
factors such as
the total
bandwidth
available for
the network
Hence line should be amended accordingly or removed.
Support for
300Mbps per
radio with
802.11n is not
as per
standard.This is
a 2 stream AP
which offers
300Mbps of
Data rate with
802.11n as per
standard.
This is a 2X2
MIMO AP and
suffices the
data rate
requirement of
300Mbps as
per standard
hence 3x3
MIMO support
is not justified
Please amend to
"Should be a IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n compliant concurrent dual radio a
ccess point. Should support 300 Mbps of throughput."
Either of the
IP68 or NEMA
4X certification
is sufficient for
protection
from outdoor
enviromental
conditions
Mesh like
funtionality can
be offered with
WDS feature of
AP
Transmit
power can be
set as a
Please amend it to Outdoor enclosure should be IP68/NEMA 4X
rated.
Please amend to "Should feature a two spatialstream 802.11n (2X2 MIMO) integrated or external dual
band (2.4GHz & 5GHz) antenna."
Please amend to "Should support self-healing, self-optimizing local
mesh extending network functionality"
Please amend to "Transmit power can be set as a percentage of the
maximum transmit power"
least 10dBm
8 a) 3 x 3 MIMO (3
Radio Transmit and 3
Radio Receive chains)
with three spatial
streams
17 Should have
appropriate LED
indicators to indicate
various states like
Power and
Page
No
percentage of
the maximum
transmit power
2x2 MIMO
supported. The
mentioned
data rate for
the access
point of
450Mbps per
radio is
supported by
this AP using
2X2 MIMO
hence the need
for 3X3 MIMO
is not justified
Has Power LED
as this is an
outdoor AP
which will be
genrally
mounted in
Locations
where it is
difficult to
monitor LED
status the need
LED indicators
other than
power LED are
not justified
Please amend to " 2 X 2 MIMO (2 Radio Transmit and 2 Radio
Receive chains) with two spatial streams"
Please edit to "Should have appropriate LED indicator to indicate
various states like Power/activity for both Radios"
Specifications
Layer 3 Switch
Request For change
Should have option for adding another 4 ports of 10G fiber
through optional add-on modules
Request for Deletion
Minimum 32000 MAC address entries
Minimum 16000 MAC address entries
62
63
Layer 3 Fiber Distribution Switch
Should have option for adding another 4 ports of 10G fiber
through optional add-on modules
Request for Deletion
Minimum 32000 MAC address entries
Minimum 16000 MAC address entries
65
65
Layer 2 Edge Switch (8-port)
66
66
66
67
Shall have have 8 x 10/100/1000BaseT ports plus 2 x
1000BaseX ports
Shall have have 8 x 10/100/1000BaseT
1000 Base SX , 1000 base LX ,BX, LH and 100Base-FX
Request for Deletion
Shall have 20Gbps switching capacity
Shall have 16 Gbps switching capacity
Shall have switching throughput of up to 14.8 million pps
Shall have switching throughput of up to
11.19 million pps
Layer 2 Edge Switch (24-port) Page 67
Shall have have 24 x 10/100/1000BaseT ports plus 4 x
67 1000BaseX ports
67
67
68
68
68
Shall have have 24 x 10/100/1000BaseT
ports plus 2 x 1000BaseX ports
BX, and 100Base-FX
Request for deletion
Shall have 56Gbps switching capacity
Shall have 52Gbps switching capacity
Shall have switching throughput of up to 41.7 million pps
Shall have switching throughput of up to
38.7 million pps
Layer 2 Edge Switch (48-port)
BX, and 100Base-FX
Request for Deletion
Layer 2 Edge Switch (8-port, PoE+)
70
70
70
70
Shall have have 8 x 10/100/1000BaseT PoE+ ports plus 2 x
1000BaseX ports
Shall have have 8 x 10/100/1000BaseT PoE+
ports
BX, LH and 100Base-FX
Request for deletion
Shall have 20Gbps switching capacity
Shall have 16 Gbps switching capacity
Shall have switching throughput of up to 14.8 million pps
Shall have switching throughput of up to 11
million pps
Layer 2 Edge Switch (24-port, PoE+)
Shall have have 24 x 10/100/1000BaseT PoE+ ports plus 4
71 x 1000BaseX ports
71
71
Shall have have 24 x 10/100/1000BaseT
PoE+ ports plus 2 x 1000BaseX ports
BX, LH and 100Base-FX
Request For Deletion
Shall have 56Gbps switching capacity
Shall have 52Gbps switching capacity
Shall have switching throughput of up to 41.7 million pps
Shall have switching throughput of up to 38
million pps
71
Server Farm Converged Switch
72
Should have readiness from day 1 for DCB, TRILL and
FCoE
Should have readiness from day 1 for DCB
and FCoE
For the above requests following new Items were added. There is no change in the specification
that was in the RFP
Wireless Mobility Controller (Up to 100 Managed Access Points) type 2
Compli
ance
in
Yes/No
Hardware:
WLAN Controller should support up to 40 access points per unit and should support up to
100 access points in HA configuration
Should have minimum 4 GE UTP and 4 GE SFP ports forLAN connection on each controller
Should be 10GbE ready from day 1
Should be IEEE 802.11ac ready from day 1
Should support minimum 1000 simultaneous users (should include licenses to achieve this if
required)
Should support both distributed and centralized forwarding mode
Should support layer-3 roaming
High Availability:
Must support N+N redundancy models
Must support failover functionality for all the access points from primary to backup wireless
controller
RF Management:
Must support an ability to dynamically adjust channel and power settings based on the RF
environment
Radio coverage algorithm must allow adjacent APs to operate on different channels, in
order to maximize available bandwidth and avoid interference
Must support coverage hole detection and correction that can be adjusted on a per WLAN
basis
Should support distributed traffic forwarding on the WLAN network allowing traffic to flow
directly from source to destination, eliminating needless traffic to pass through the
controller, delivering better performance and faster, more-responsive applications
Remarks
if any
Should allow administrators to selectively upgrade APs, typically a group of APs, to minimize
the impact of upgrading large deployments of APs to a new version of firmware
Should provide spectrum analysis/equivalent features
Should support LLDP & Sflow/equivalent
Security:
Should adhere to the strictest level of security standards, including 802.11i Wi-Fi Protected
Access 2 (WPA2), WPA, Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP), 802.1X with multiple Extensible
Authentication Protocol (EAP) types, including Protected EAP (PEAP), EAP with Transport
Layer Security (EAP-TLS), EAP with Tunneled TLS (EAP-TTLS).
Guest Wireless
Must support built-in web authentication
Should have a user, role, or SSID based integrated firewall
Should have integarted WIDS and WIPS
Functionality:
Must be able to set a maximum per-user bandwidth limit on a per-SSID basis.
Must support user load balancing across Access Points.
Monitoring:
Must be able to dedicate some APs to monitor-only for Intrusion Prevention Services.
QoS:
Must support 802.11e WMM
Shall support minimum 8 active/simultaneous
voice calls on IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n
Shall support IEEE 802.1p for voice and video
prioritization
To deliver optimal bandwidth usage, reliable multicast must use single session between AP
and Wireless Controller.
Should support Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP) snooping and access point
should transmits multicast packets only if a client associated to the access point is
subscribed to the multicast group
WIRELESS NMS type2
Should be an appliance/software based
Should have sufficient license to manage 50 managed wireless devices and should have
provision to expand the license afterwards.
Should be a FCAPS/SNMP based tool
Should be able to manage all wireless network devicesin the network and should be
scalable.
Should provide wireless device configuration, topology, performance monitoring, Network
topology and wireless lan service reports
Should facilitate centralized control over your wireless network across geographies and
should help deploy configuration changes to achieve uniformity throughout wireless lan
infrastructure
Should provide key information in a consolidated manner like mobility activity, ports, VLANs,
client information
Should provide batch configuration wizard can help users configure the
WLAN network step by step, including WLANs, AP groups and radio parameters
Should support features such as adding a custom background image to the network
topology view.
Should help tracking client connection history, and should provide access-point to client and
client to access-point views to ease troubleshooting processes
Should support abundant wireless lan service reports, including access-point statistics, radio
statistics, client statistics, and traffic statistics
Should provide wireless LAN device configuration, topology, performance monitoring, RF
heat mapping and service reports thereby facilitating centralized control over the wireless
network.
Should enable batch configuration of the wireless network including WLANs, AP groups and
radio parameters .
Compli
ance
in
Yes/No
Remarks
if any
Should feature performance monitoring through graphs and charts, device status, alarms
and statistics, online client trending and AP traffic monitoring.
Should feature both online and offline records of mobile terminals .
Should features third party map integration such as Google Maps.
Should support scalability up to 500 devices
Wireless Mobility Controller (Up to 500 Managed Access Points) type 2
Compli
ance
in
Yes/No
Hardware:
WLAN controller should support 100 access points per unit and should support 500 AP's by
clustering two controllers in HA configuration
Should have minimum 4 SFP Combo Ports on Controller
Should be IEEE 802.11ac ready from day 1
Should support minimum 2000 simultaneous users (should include licenses to achieve this if
required)
Should support both distributed and centralized forwarding mode
Should support layer-3 roaming
High Availability:
Must support minimum N+1 redundancy models
Must support failover functionality for all the access points from primary to backup wireless
controller
RF Management:
Must support an ability to dynamically adjust channel and power settings based on the RF
environment
Radio coverage algorithm must allow adjacent APs to operate on different channels, in
order to maximize available bandwidth and avoid interference
Must support interference detection and avoidance
Must support coverage hole detection and correction that can be adjusted on a per WLAN
basis
Remarks
if any
Should support distributed traffic forwarding on the WLAN network allowing traffic to flow
directly from source to destination, eliminating needless traffic to pass through the
controller, delivering better performance and faster, more-responsive applications
Should allow administrators to selectively upgrade APs, typically a group of APs, to minimize
the impact of upgrading large deployments of APs to a new version of firmware
Should provide spectrum analysis/equivalent features
Should support LLDP & Sflow/equivalent
Security:
Should adhere to the strictest level of security standards, including 802.11i Wi-Fi Protected
Access 2 (WPA2), WPA, Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP), 802.1X with multiple Extensible
Authentication Protocol (EAP) types, including Protected EAP (PEAP), EAP with Transport
Layer Security (EAP-TLS), EAP with Tunneled TLS (EAP-TTLS).
Guest Wireless
Must support built-in web authentication
Should have a user, role, or SSID based integrated firewall
Should have integarted WIDS and WIPS
Functionality:
Must be able to set a maximum per-user bandwidth limit on a per-SSID basis.
Must support user load balancing across Access Points.
Monitoring:
Must be able to dedicate some APs to monitor-only for Intrusion Prevention Services.
QoS:
Must support 802.11e WMM
voice calls on IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n
Shall support IEEE 802.1p for voice and video
prioritization
To deliver optimal bandwidth usage, reliable multicast must use single session between AP
and Wireless Controller.
Should support Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP) snooping and access point
should transmits multicast packets only if a client associated to the access point is
subscribed to the multicast group
Wireless Access Point (802.11n, Indoor, 300Mbps per Radio) Type2
Compli
ance
in
Yes/No
Should be a IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n compliant concurrent dual radio access point.
Should support 300 Mbps of throughput
Should feature a two spatial-stream 802.11n (2X2 MIMO) integrated or external dual
band (2.4GHz & 5GHz) antenna
Should be ready including required accessories for both wall and ceiling mount
Should have a 100/1000 Mbps PoE port
Should have dedicated 802.11n support without allowing legacy clients (802.11a/b/g) on the
same radio to achieve maximum 802.11n data rates
Should be IEEE 802.3af PoE compliant and both the radios Should operate at full power and
full performance on 802.3af PoE/Gigabit Ethernet.
Should be Wi-Fi Alliance certified for interoperability with all IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n client
devices
Should support up to 16 SSID/VSC profiles and each profile Should be independently
configurable for authentication, encryption, VLANs, and up to four QoS levels
Should support simultaneous detection & prevention of wireless threats on 2.4GHz & 5GHz
frequency bands
Should support both centrally managed mode (configured and updated via a controller) and
autonomous mode (standalone in the absence of a controller) from day 1
Should support auto-selection of RF channel and transmit power
Should support PCAP packet capture on WLAN or LAN interface
Should support SNMP, CLI, and web-based management interfaces
Remarks
if any
Should have Plenum-rated enclosure for indoor deployment.
Should support WPA, WPA2, Wireless Multimedia (WMM)
Should support enforcement of client authorization based on user credentials (802.1X/EAP),
and hardware identifiers (MAC address, WEP key)
Should support ACS or similar feature to reduce co-channel interference (CCI) by
automatically selecting an un-occupied radio channel.
Wireless Access Point (802.11n, Outdoor, 450Mbps per Radio) type 2
Compli
ance
in
Yes/No
Outdoor AP with Dual Radios that supports concurrent operation on 802.11a/n (5 GHz) and
802.11b/g/n (2.4 GHz)
Outdoor Omni-directional Antenna with 6/8dBi gain and supporting 5GHz operation
Lightening arrestor of same make to be supplied and installed by bidder
Should include hardware for pole and wall mount applications
Outdoor enclosure should be IP68/NEMA 4X rated
Should support per-radio software-selectable configuration of the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz
frequency bands and Should be available on both radios
Should support self-healing, self-optimizing local mesh extending network functionality
Should support up to 16 Service Sets with unique SSIDs with a unique MAC address
Each SSID should be independently configurable for authentication, encryption, VLANs, and
up to four QoS levels
Should support direct source-to-destination traffic forwarding (distributed traffic
forwarding) to maximize application delivery
Should support both centrally controlled mode (configured and updated via wireless
controller) and autonomous mode which is software selectable
Remarks
if any
Should have configurable radio ransmit power can be set as a percentage of the maximum
transmit power
Should have a 10/100/1000BaseT Ethernet port
Should feature dedicated Power input from AC/DC Adapter or from PoE/PoE+ switches
Should have dedicated hardware-based line-rate encryption for certified operation of WPA
(TKIP), WPA2, (AES), 40-bit WEP,128-bit WEP, and Dynamic WEP
Should have the following radio features:
a) 2 X 2 MIMO (2 Radio Transmit and 2 Radio Receive chains) with two spatial streams
b) 20 MHz and 40 MHz channels
c) PHY data rates up to 450 Mbps per radio
d) Should be able to run both radios at concurrently 5 GHz
e) Should support beamforming/equivalent to provide better coverage area and better
performance at distances from the AP
f) Should support bandsteering/equivalent to steer wireless clients to the 5 GHz band for
outstanding performance
Should have QOS features: 802.11e QoS, WMM, 802.11i Fast Roaming (PMK Cache), 802.1Q
VLAN tagging
Should support operating temperature in range of 0°C to 55°C or better
Should have 150Km/H wind speed survival capability
Should have appropriate LED indicator to indicate various states like Power/activity for both
Radios
Layer 3 Core Switch Chassis type 2
General Architecture
Should have separate data and control paths and shall provide stateful failover
Should provide hitless ptach upgrades or equivalent
Should have Fast Ethernet, Gigabit, 10 Gigabit from day 1
Should have redundant power supply and redundant processing engine
Compli
ance
in
Yes/No
Remarks
if any
Should be Chassis based Design
Should have Fast Ethernet, Gigabit, 10 Gigabit and 40 Gigabit readiness from day 1
Should have redundant FAN or Hot Swappable Fan tray.
N+1 / 1+1 Redundant Power Supply from day one
The switch should have minimum of 24 x 10/100/1000T ports, 24 x 1000 Base-X ports and 8
x 10G Fiber interfaces
Chassis should have sufficient number of slots to accommodate all required
modules/interfaces asked with minimum 3 free slots for future expansion
All interfaces should be wire speed non blocking
Should support multiple 10G ports and multicast routes from day 1
Performance
Forwarding rate should be scalable to 380 mpps
Should have hardware based unicast, multicast and broadcast suppression.
Should support Hot-swappable power supplies and switching modules
Should have minimum 4000 active VLANs
Should have minimum 32K MAC address entries per I/O Module
Should provide minimum 8000 routing entries each for IPv4 and IPv6
should have distributed/local switching on each module. All relevant hardware required for
distributed forwarding should be provided from day 1
Memory Requirement
Flash memory: should have adequate memory to enable all OS features simultaneously in
24x7 operation
RAM: should satisfy the performance requirement for enabling all OS features simultaneosly
in 24x7 operation
Layer 3 Features
Hot Standby Routing Protocol/VRRP
Static IP routing
IP routing protocols
Open Shortest Path First (OSPF), OSPF v3
Routing Information Protocol, RIP v1/v2, RIP ng and OSPFV3 for IPv6
Border Gateway Protocol Version 4 & OSPF v1, v2, and v3 for IPv6
PIM Sparse Mode, PIM-Dencse Mode
IGMP v1, v2, and v3
IPv6 ready from day 1. IPv4 and IPv6 support in hardware, providing wire-rate forwarding
for IPv6 networks. Should not have any performance degradation while enabling IPv6
routing features
Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) support
Protocols & Traffic
Should support 802.1D, 1S, 1W
Prioritization support
IPv6 routing support
Per-port broadcast, multicast, and unicast storm control to prevent faulty end stations from
degrading overall systems performance.
Should support IEEE 802.3 ad Link aggregation and port trunking across line cards
Additional features: QoS, Rate limiting,
Simple Network Time Protocol support
Multicast filtering per port/ VLAN should be supported
Switch should support traffic segmentation/Private VLAN/ or equivalent
Traffic classification should be based on user-definable application types: TOS, DSCP, Port
based, TCP/UDP port number
Access Control
Support port security
Support 802.1x port-based and MAC-based access control and authentication
MAC address notification support which allows for notification or new users added or
removed / or Displaying the MAC address information in the MAC – address table
Standard and extended ACLs security
Secure Shell (SSH) Protocol, and Simple Network Management Protocol Version 3 (SNMPv3)
to provide network security by encrypting administrator traffic during Telnet and SNMP
sessions.
ARP Inspection or IP spoofing
DHCP Server, Relay, DHCP snooping, option 82
VLAN
Support 802.1Q Tagged VLAN and port based
The switch must support 802.1Q
The switch must be able to take an IP from the DHCP server
Management
Switch needs to have RS-232 console port for management via a console terminal or PC
Must have support SNMP v1, v2 and v3
CLI management support.
QoS Support
The Switch shall provide for the following features:
802.1p class of service (CoS) configurations
DiffServ Code Point field (DSCP) classification via marking and reclassification on a per
packet basis using source/destination IP address, source/destination MAC address, or Layer
4 TCP/UDP port number.
Support both IPv4 and IPv6 QoS ACL
Four egress queues per port supported in hardware to enable differentiated management of
up to four types of traffic.
IEEE 802.1w Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP) provides rapid spanning-tree convergence
independent of spanning-tree timers and benefit of distributed processing.
Provides unidirectional link detection (UDLD/Equivalent) for detecting and disabling
unidirectional links on fiber-optic interfaces caused by incorrect fiber-optic wiring or port
faults
Port Aggregation Protocol (PAgP) or equivalent LACP with support for aggregating up to 8
FE or 8GE
Security Features Supported
IEEE 802.1x for dynamic port-based security.
Security VLAN ACLs (VACLs) on all VLANs to prevent unauthorized data flows to be bridged
within VLANs.
1000 access control entries (ACEs) should be supported.
Bridge protocol data unit (BPDU) guard on every port shuts down Spanning-Tree Protocol on
select interfaces when BPDUs are received to avoid accidental topology loops.
Spanning-tree root guard (STRG) prevents edge devices not in the network administrator's
control from becoming Spanning-Tree Protocol root nodes.
This is Enterprise core switch and not a Firewall or IPS. IPS/IDS features will degrade the
performance of the Core switch
Should provide network performance and service quality information to help diagnose and
locate points of failures within the network
Should provide aggregated information on all logs, traps, and dubugging data maintained in
order of their severety.
Layer 3 Core Switch type 2
General Architecture
Should have separate data and control paths
Should provide network virtualization where two or more switches perform as a single fabric
to enable layer-2 and Layer-3 features
Should have redundant power supply
Should have Fast Ethernet, Gigabit, and 10 Gigabit readiness from day 1
Should have redundant FAN or Hot Swappable Fan tray.
All interfaces should be wire speed non blocking
Should support multiple 10G ports and multicast routes from day 1
Should be Modular based Design, Rack Mountable
Should have 1 U based architecture
All interfaces should be wire speed non blocking
Interface requirement
Should have minimum 20 10/100/1000BASE-T ports, 4 Combo 10/100/1000BASE-T/SFP
ports and 4 SFP+ ports
Should have option for adding another 4 ports of 10G fiber through optional add-on
modules
Transceiver slots should support both SX and LX interfaces
Compli
ance
in
Yes/No
Remarks
if any
Performance
Forwarding rate should be scalable to 130 Mpps
Switch should support 128 Gbps of Switching capacity
Memory Requirement
Flash memory: should have adequate memory to enable all OS features simultaneously in
24x7 operation
RAM: should satisfy the performance requirement for enabling all OS features simultaneosly
in 24x7 operation
Layer 2 Features
Shall support IEEE 802.1Q VLANs, up to 512 port-based VLANs
Shall support GVRP or equivalent
Minimum 32000 MAC address entries
Layer 3 Features
Should provide minimum 4000 routing entries each for IPv4 and IPv6
Hot Standby Routing Protocol/VRRP
Static IP routing
IP routing protocols
MLD v1/v2
IPv4 and IPv6 routing
Open Shortest Path First
Routing Information Protocol
Border Gateway Protocol Version 4
PIM Sparse Mode
IGMP v1, v2, and v3
IPv6 ready from day 1. IPv4 and IPv6 support in hardware, providing wire-rate forwarding
for IPv6 networks. Should not have any performance degradation while enabling IPv6
routing features
Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) support
Protocols & Traffic
Should support 802.1D, 1S, 1W
Should support 802.1P prioritization support
Should support link aggregation IEEE 802.3ad
Per-port broadcast, multicast, and unicast storm control to prevent faulty end stations from
degrading overall systems performance.
Additional features: QoS, Rate limiting, 8-queues per port
Simple Network Time Protocol support
Multicast filtering per port/ VLAN should be supported
Switch should support traffic segmentation. Traffic classification should be based on userdefinable application types: TOS, DSCP, Port based, TCP/UDP port number
Access Control
Support port security
Support 802.1x port-based and MAC-based access control and authentication
MAC address notification support which allows for notification or new users added or
removed / or Displaying the MAC address information in the MAC – address table
Standard and extended ACLs security
Secure Shell (SSH) Protocol, and Simple Network Management Protocol Version 3 (SNMPv3)
to provide network security by encrypting administrator traffic during Telnet and SNMP
sessions.
ARP Inspection or IP spoofing
DOS attack prevention
Management
Switch needs to have a console port for management via a console terminal or PC
Must have support SNMP v1,v2 and v3
CLI management support
Telnet Management
Layer 3 Fiber Distribution Switch tye 2
General Architecture
Should have separate data and control paths
Should provide network virtualization where two or more switches perform as a single fabric
to enable layer-2 and Layer-3 features
Should have redundant power supply
Should have Fast Ethernet, Gigabit, and 10 Gigabit readiness from day 1
Should have redundant FAN or Hot Swappable Fan tray.
Compli
ance
in
Yes/No
Remarks
if any
All interfaces should be wire speed non blocking
Should support multiple 10G ports and multicast routes from day 1
Should be Modular based Design, Rack Mountable
Should have 1 U based architecture
All interfaces should be wire speed non blocking
Interface requirement
should have minimum 20 SFP ports, 4 Combo 10/100/1000BASE-T/SFP ports and 4 SFP+
ports
Transceiver slots should support both SX and LX interfaces
Performance
Forwarding rate should be scalable to 95 Mpps
Switch should support 128 Gbps of Switching capacity
Memory Requirement
Flash memory: should have adequate memory to enable all OS features simultaneously in
24x7 operation
RAM: should satisfy the performance requirement for enabling all OS features simultaneosly
in 24x7 operation
Layer 2 Features
Shall support IEEE 802.1Q VLANs, up to 512 port-based VLANs
Shall support GVRP or equivalent
Minimum 32000 MAC address entries
Layer 3 Features
Should provide minimum 4000 routing entries each for IPv4 and IPv6
Hot Standby Routing Protocol/VRRP
Static IP routing
IP routing protocols
MLD v1/v2
IPv4 and IPv6 routing
Open Shortest Path First
Routing Information Protocol
Border Gateway Protocol Version 4
PIM Sparse Mode
IGMP v1, v2, and v3
IPv6 ready from day 1. IPv4 and IPv6 support in hardware, providing wire-rate forwarding
for IPv6 networks. Should not have any performance degradation while enabling IPv6
routing features
Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) support
Protocols & Traffic
Should support 802.1D, 1S, 1W
Should support 802.1P prioritization support
Should support link aggregation IEEE 802.3ad
Per-port broadcast, multicast, and unicast storm control to prevent faulty end stations from
degrading overall systems performance.
Additional features: QoS, Rate limiting, 8-queues per port
Simple Network Time Protocol support
Multicast filtering per port/ VLAN should be supported
Switch should support traffic segmentation. Traffic classification should be based on userdefinable application types: TOS, DSCP, Port based, TCP/UDP port number
Access Control
Support port security
Support 802.1x port-based and MAC-based access control and authentication
MAC address notification support which allows for notification or new users added or
removed / or Displaying the MAC address information in the MAC – address table
Standard and extended ACLs security
Secure Shell (SSH) Protocol, and Simple Network Management Protocol Version 3 (SNMPv3)
to provide network security by encrypting administrator traffic during Telnet and SNMP
sessions.
ARP Inspection or IP spoofing
DOS attack prevention
Management
Switch needs to have a console port for management via a console terminal or PC
Must have support SNMP v1,v2 and v3
CLI management support
Telnet Management
Layer 2 Edge Switch (8-port, PoE+) type 2
Architecture
Shall have have 8 x 10/100/1000BaseT PoE+ ports plus 2 x 1000BaseX ports
Shall support 1000 Base-SX, LX, BX, LH and 100Base-FX Mini-GBICs
Shall have 20Gbps switching capacity
Shall have switching throughput of up to 14.8 million pps
Shall have non-blocking, wirespeed performance on all switch ports
Shall support IEEE 802.3af PoE on all copper switch ports with a minimum PoE power budget
of min 78W per switch
Resiliency and high availability
Shall support IEEE 802.3ad Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP)
Shall support IEEE 802.1s, IEEE 802.1d STP & IEEE 802.1w RSTP
Layer 2 switching
Shall support IEEE 802.1Q VLANs, up to 256 port-based VLANs
Shall support GVRP or equivalent
Minimum 8000 MAC address entries
Security
Shall support MAC-/IP-based ACLs and Time-based ACLs
Shall support IEEE 802.1X user authentication
Shall support Web-based authentication & MAC-based authentication
Shall support management access securely encrypted through SSL and SNMPv3
Convergence and QoS
Shall support IEEE 802.1AB Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP)
Shall support LLDP-MED
Shall support IEEE 802.1p Traffic prioritization
Shall support IP multicast (data-driven IGMP) to automatically prevent flooding of IP
multicast traffic
Shall support rate limiting
Manageability
Shall support SNMP (v1, v2c, & v3) and RMON
Compli
ance
in
Yes/No
Remarks
if any
Shall support Web Interface for switch configuration
Shall support Port mirroring
Shall have a full-featured CLI and a console port
Layer 2 Edge Switch (24-port, PoE+) type 2
Architecture
Shall have have 24 x 10/100/1000BaseT PoE+ ports plus 4 x 1000BaseX ports
Shall support 1000 Base-SX, LX, BX, LH and 100Base-FX Mini-GBICs
Shall have 56Gbps switching capacity
Shall have switching throughput of up to 41.7 million pps
Shall have non-blocking, wirespeed performance on all switch ports
Shall support IEEE 802.3af PoE on all copper switch ports with a minimum PoE power budget
of min 190 W per switch
Resiliency and high availability
Shall support IEEE 802.3ad Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP)
Shall support IEEE 802.1s, IEEE 802.1d STP & IEEE 802.1w RSTP
Layer 2 switching
Shall support IEEE 802.1Q VLANs, up to 256 port-based VLANs
Shall support GVRP or equivalent
Minimum 8000 MAC address entries
Security
Shall support MAC-/IP-based ACLs and Time-based ACLs
Shall support IEEE 802.1X user authentication
Shall support Web-based authentication & MAC-based authentication
Shall support management access securely encrypted through SSL and SNMPv3
Convergence and QoS
Shall support IEEE 802.1AB Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP)
Shall support LLDP-MED
Shall support IEEE 802.1p Traffic prioritization
Compli
ance
in
Yes/No
Remarks
if any
Shall support IP multicast (data-driven IGMP) to automatically prevent flooding of IP
multicast traffic
Shall support rate limiting
Manageability
Shall support SNMP (v1, v2c, & v3) and RMON
Shall support Web Interface for switch configuration
Shall support Port mirroring
Shall have a full-featured CLI and a console port
Server Farm Converged Switch type 2
General Architecture
Should provide network virtualization where two or more switches perform as a single fabric
to enable layer-2 and Layer-3 features
Should have redundant power supply
Should have Fast Ethernet, Gigabit, 10 Gigabit and 40 Gigabit readiness from day 1
Should have redundant hot-swappable fan tray.
All interfaces should be wire speed non blocking
Should support multiple 10G ports and multicast routes from day 1
Should be Modular based Design, Rack Mountable
All interfaces should be wire speed non blocking
Should provide hitless ptach upgrades or equivalent
Should support front-to-back or back-to-front airflow
Interface requirement
Should have minimum 24 fixed SFP+ 10G ports and 4 x QSFP+ based 40 Gigabit interfaces
Transceiver slots should support both SX and LX interfaces
Performance
Forwarding rate should be scalable to 714 Mpps
Compli
ance
in
Yes/No
Remarks
if any
Switch should support 960 Gbps of Switching capacity
Memory Requirement
Flash memory: should have adequate memory to enable all OS features simultaneously in
24x7 operation
RAM: should satisfy the performance requirement for enabling all OS features simultaneosly
in 24x7 operation
Layer 2 Features
Shall support IEEE 802.1Q VLANs, up to 512 port-based VLANs
Shall support GVRP or equivalent
Minimum 128000 MAC address entries
Layer 3 Features
Should provide minimum 4000 routing entries each for IPv4 and IPv6
Hot Standby Routing Protocol/VRRP
Static IP routing
IP routing protocols
MLD v1/v2
IPv4 and IPv6 routing
Open Shortest Path First
Routing Information Protocol
Border Gateway Protocol Version 4
PIM Sparse Mode
IGMP v1, v2, and v3
IPv6 ready from day 1. IPv4 and IPv6 support in hardware, providing wire-rate forwarding
for IPv6 networks. Should not have any performance degradation while enabling IPv6
routing features
Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) support
Protocols & Traffic
Should support 802.1D, 1S, 1W
Should support 802.1P prioritization support
Should support link aggregation IEEE 802.3ad
Per-port broadcast, multicast, and unicast storm control to prevent faulty end stations from
degrading overall systems performance.
Additional features: QoS, Rate limiting, 8-queues per port
Simple Network Time Protocol support
Multicast filtering per port/ VLAN should be supported
Switch should support traffic segmentation. Traffic classification should be based on userdefinable application types: TOS, DSCP, Port based, TCP/UDP port number
Access Control
Support port security
Support 802.1x port-based and MAC-based access control and authentication
MAC address notification support which allows for notification or new users added or
removed / or Displaying the MAC address information in the MAC – address table
Standard and extended ACLs security
Secure Shell (SSH) Protocol, and Simple Network Management Protocol Version 3 (SNMPv3)
to provide network security by encrypting administrator traffic during Telnet and SNMP
sessions.
ARP Inspection or IP spoofing
DOS attack prevention
Management
Switch needs to have a console port for management via a console terminal or PC
Must have support SNMP v1,v2 and v3
CLI management support
Telnet Management
Clause
3.1 Tender Form , IV. ELIGIBILITY
CRITERIA: b) Order Value criteria for
schedule I
Statement in the RFP
Experience of similar supplies of order
value( In any of the year of the last three
financial years ) of:
1.One order for Rs. 5.00 lakhs
or
2.Two orders for Rs.2.5 lakhs
or
3.Three orders for Rs. 2 lakhs
Statement
Changed to
Eperience in
networking project of
Order Value ( In any
of the year of the last
three financial years )
of:
1.One order for Rs.
10.00 lakhs
or
2.Two orders with
total of 10 Lakh
or
3.Three orders with
total of 10 Lakh
Completion Certificates
from the client; OR
Work Order + Self
Certificate of Completion
(Certified by the Statutory
Auditor eg. CA); OR
Work Order + Phase
Completion Certificate from
the client
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