DM4100 – Series
maio de 2014
DM4100 Metro Ethernet Series
The DM4100 product line is composed by of high-capacity switches2 at wire-speed to provide
DATACOM customer applications with increasingly greater speeds, always with high performance and
reliability.
The DM4100 Switches provide layer 2 packet switching. Spanning Tree – Classic, Rapid and Multiple –
as well as ERPS and EAPS protocols are available as L2 protection mechanisms. It is also possible to
aggregate physical ports, thus forming logical ports static and dynamically (LACP), allowing increase
of bandwidth and automatic protection in the event of a failure.
The DM4100 Switches also feature the option of working as a layer 3 Switch Router or a Label Switch
Router MPLS1,4. It supports dynamic protocols for the establishment of LSPs with the fast
convergence mechanism. They also feature VPNs structured on level 2 or level 3 built on a MPLS
infrastructure.
The stacking capability with speeds starting at 40Gbit/s allows the stacking of up to eight pieces of
equipment for easy expansion of the applications within the same physical environment, also
providing a lower-cost alternative to buying a chassis.
To ease your project, optical ports supporting SFP or XFP transceivers are available, depending on the
transmission rate, reach and switch model. Transceivers are available as accessories and, depending
on the model, may reach up to 120km over single mode fiber with no amplification. The modules are
available in many models and enable the usage of multimode or monomode fibers.
The DM4100 product line is managed by the DmView application, CLI or HTTP as well as other
commercial platforms that use open standards such as SNMP and XML. DmView is the network
management platform used to manage of the entire range of DATACOM products, providing an
integrated network view and unifying the operations.
The DM4100 features a Command Line Interface (CLI) via SSHv2, Telnet and RS-232 console and
also a web-based interface with SSL. It also has an Out-of-band Ethernet port and a USB(1) port. It is
possible to have multiple firmware versions and set-up files for an easier upgrade and change control.
The DM4100 units are 1U high for an easy installation in 19-inch racks and can work on AC or AC/DC
inputs with redundant hot-swappable power supplies.
This product is homologated by ANATEL in accordance with the procedures regulated by Resolution
No. 242/2000 and meets the technical requirements applied, including exposure limits of Specific
Absorption Rate related to electric fields, magnetic and electromagnetic radio frequency, according to
Resolution No. 303/2002.
For further information, access the website www.anatel.gov.br.
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Main Characteristics
Wire Speed L2, L3 & MPLS
The DM4100 line has a commutation matrix of up to 224Gbit/s in the 48 ports model and 152Gbit/s in
the 24 ports model. The entire L2, L3 (IPv4/v6) and MPLS packet switching is always performed in
hardware and in wire speed, in order to ensure low switch latency. The filter/meter/ACL functions are
performed by the ASIC, without impact at the CPU performance or packet forwarding.
Layer 2 and Layer 3 protocols are implemented in software in order to assemble the MAC, IP route
and MPLS label push/pop/swap tables.
The DM4100 models provide high capacity of RAM memory in order to allow a high capacity for table
storage in software (RIB, MRIB, LRIB, L2RIB, etc.), ensuring more than twice of capacity than the
hardware supplies (FIB, MFIB, LFIB, L2FIB, etc.). Besides that, it also provides a high processing
performance (CPU), enabling it to support elevated protocol sessions values, route processing and
rapid convergence of traffic in hardware.
IP/MPLS Networks1,4
The DM4100 line supports IP routing (IPv4/v6) and both static and dynamic routing - RIP, RIPng,
OSPF(v3), IS-IS and BGPv4. The DM4100 can perform in a MPLS network as a label edge router
(LER) or a label switch router (LSR). For the MPLS infrastructure, it is possible to establish LSP or
MPLS tunnels by means of the LDP and RSVP-TE signaling protocols with FRR2 support. The LDP
tunnel function on RSVP is also supported. The implementation of TLS (Transparent LAN Services) is
possible by building L2 VPN and/or L3 VPN over MPLS. It is possible to use VPN in Point-to-Point
(VPWS) and Point-to-Multipoint (VPLS) configurations. For VPLS, the DM4100 supports meshed (splithorizon) and hub-spoken (H-VPLS) modes.
Stacking3
It is possible to stack up to eight pieces of equipment so that, from the management point of view,
the units behave as a single switch with more ports. The features will become available among
different units in a transparent manner, such as VLANs, logic ports, QoS and ports monitoring.
In order to ensure a high availability for the solution, the stacking may be implemented by forming a
ring among the elements, providing protection in a failure situation. In this situation, any unit can
operate as the master (1:N protection). The equipment may be stacked with dedicated ports or
10Gbit/s ports configured to operate in stacking 9.
Power over Ethernet
As an option for electric port versions, it complies with the IEEE 802.3at standard and may provide up
to 34.2W per port (Class 4), allowing power and data transmissions through the same Cat.5e or Cat.6
cable. This application is recommended to provide power and network connection to: Access points;
IP telephones, IP cameras, and so on.
Management Facilities
A complete centralized FCAPS management is available through the DATACOM’s management
software DmView, with sending traps to alarms and events in the system, on either Windows or
Solaris platforms, and with full redundancy. The device has a CLI – Command Line Interface – with
automatic assistance in the syntax of commands and parameters, and is accessible through SSHv2,
Telnet, and RS-232 Console. An internal Web Server with SSL, SNMPv1, v2c and v3 over IPv4 and
IPv6 using authentication and/or cryptography, and 4 RMON groups are also available.
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The DM4100 allows the creation of complex Access Control Lists (ACLs) in hardware, with multiple
comparison and action parameters which allows for the modification, routing, discard and/or
prioritization of packets. Access and management inband and outband are possible through HTTP
and/or HTTPs, via command line interface and console port RJ45.
Besides the protection for the equipment configuration access with passwords, it is also possible the
usage of RADIUS or TACACS+ external servers to limit the commands executed by the operator.
A monitoring feature in hardware is also available. It can monitor all the switch ports or packet flow,
without DM4100 performance impact, redirecting the port or packet flow traffic to a specified port.
In order to facilitate the firmware version and working configuration, is possible to store
simultaneously up to two different firmware versions and ten different configurations in the
equipment, allowing to choose which one will be used at equipment startup. All of ten saved
configurations can be applied at any time, overwriting the current one instantaneously speeding up
the operation.
QoS Implementation Facilities
The DM4100 has eight queues per port, implementing QoS in hardware, without impact in the system
performance.
The QoS policies are implemented through many techniques, such as: priority algorithms which
define that a certain data flow will always have a higher priority, assign priority levels to each queue,
determine minimum forwarding rates or a combination of these methods.
The traffic classification can be performed via VLANs, input ports, IEEE 802.1p standard, IP
Precedence or DSCP fields, TCP and UDP ports, among others, and data can be analyzed up to Layer
7.
QoS policies can be applied to physical or logic interfaces.
The filter/meter/ACL functions are performed by the ASIC, without impact in the CPU performance or
in the packets forwarding.
The bandwidth control has an 8kbit/s granularity at the CIR (Committed Information Rate) and PIR
(Peak Information Rate) and may be applied to the incoming or outgoing traffic of ports or to a
certain packet flow by means of filters.
The filters are quite flexible features, allowing multiple matches and actions on the packets. Some of
the filter options supported are listed below:
Match: 802.1p, all, destination-ip, destination-mac, destination-port, dscp, ethertype,
protocol, source-ip, source-mac, source-port, tos-bits, tos-precedence, vlan, etc.
Action: Permit, deny, 802.1p, 802.1p-from-tos, counter, drop-precedence, dscp, egress-block,
int-802.1p, pkt-802.1p, pkt-802.1p-from-tos, redirect-port, etc.
Security
The DM4100 line has mechanisms to ensure operation and maintenance security on the installed
network. Besides the usage of encryption in the communication protocols, it is possible to specify by
means of filters which workstations in the network may access the equipment on an administrative
level.
Using local (at least 4000 lines) and remote Syslog, user authentication, authorization and accounting
(AAA) via RADIUS and TACACS+, alarm notice by e-mail, single clock via SNTP, protection against
Denial of Service attacks and port authentication via 802.1x, it is possible to build a reliable
management framework with different access level for each user group.
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For Metro Ethernet applications there are also: limitation of MAC numbers per port and per VLAN,
protection mechanisms on L2 and L3 protocols against network attack, bandwidth limitation for
broadcast and multicast traffic and Destination Lookup Failure (DLF).
VLANs
Virtual LANs may be built on DM4100 Switches using all of the 4096 VLANs10 defined in IEEE 802.1q
standard simultaneously, offering double tagging (Q-in-Q) functionality as well as define VLAN per
protocol, MAC address and IP subnet, or use GVRP protocol for dynamic configuration.
Access Control Lists (ACLs)
The DM4100 allows the Access Control Lists (ACLs) / Filters creation in hardware, with multiples
comparison parameters and action, which enable the modification, forwarding, discard or
prioritization of packages in logical and physical interfaces. The interface cards has input/output filters
which performs matches, such as: source IPv4/v6, destination IPv4/v6, TCP/UDP source port,
TCP/UDP destination port, protocol, source and destination MAC address, DSCP mark, etc. The filters
are capable to associate executed actions in hardware. For example: discard of packages, remark of
priority 802.1q, bandwidth limitation, etc.
Filters can be associated to the counter resource in order to obtain packets statistics and/or
send/received bytes. This information can be viewed through CLI interface, as well as being exported
through the management interface SNMP. The many match options make possible a great variety of
monitoring modes of data flow, VLAN/VPN traffic, etc.
Protection Mechanisms
In layer 2 are available the Spanning Tree protocols, including RSTP, which has shorter conversion
times, MSTP for better resource allocation and greater scalability, as well as EAPS and ITU-T G.8032
(including Amendment A) protocols, which are specific for sub-50ms protection in Ethernet rings.
Using the Link Aggregation (LAG) feature, it is possible to group physical ports to form logical ports,
with automatic load balancing and time recovery under 200ms. This way, it is possible to build
topologies featuring protection and quick failure recovery for Metro Ethernet applications.
To L3/MPLS, the equipment provides a system of failure detection through the use of some
mechanisms, such as: OAM Ethernet, RSVP with FRR, etc. It also has mechanisms to prevent loops
and quick convergence of L3 protocols, such as: OSPF, BGP, RIP, etc.
Troubleshooting
The DM4100 Series offers many resources to assist the operator in the monitoring and, problems or
abnormalities solution in the network or equipment performance.
The support to SNMP, multiples Syslog Servers and RMON allow that event information, logs and
traps are centralized, enabling quick and effective analysis and diagnosis.
Through the Mirroring feature is possible to redirect a copy of traffic of one or more ports which
contains “n” VLANs to one specific port (N:1), or even between ports of different equipment in a
stacking topology. Mirroring also can be configured in VLAN, DSCP and 802.1p, refining the traffic
filtering to be mirrored. In DM4100 Series is possible to use RSPAN, it means, to perform the traffic of
many ports into one VLAN. RSPAN permits that the Protocol Analyzer or any other element does not
need to be connected in the same equipment of mirrored ports.
DM4100 Series provides some tools for network and cabling infrastructure diagnosis, including Digital
Diagnostic (SFF 8472). Is possible to test cable discontinuities, reporting an approximately distance of
the cable problem.
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Multicast L2 e L3
Designed to multicast applications, the DM4100 forward the multicast packages of L2 and L3 in
hardware. It supports the protocols IGMP v1/v2/v3, MLD v1/v2, PIM-SM with support in hardware for
PIM-Register messages encapsulation, in accordance with RFC4601 and the PIM-SSM function,
according RFC4607. It also supports DR election and RP configuration by static mode or via
BootStrap.
L2 and L3 multicast applications are supported through 4,096 L2/L3 IP groups. Are also implemented
the IGMP multicast protocol (snooping and query functions), MLDv1/v2, MVR feature and PIM
protocol.
OAM Ethernet
DM4100 Series support End-to-End OAM (CFM) according IEEE 802.1ag and ITU-T Y.1731. Thus, it is
possible to perform a proactive monitoring of connectivity (Continuity Check) and failure isolation by
Loopback Messages (L2 ping) and Linktrace Message (L2 traceroute). This protocol makes possible
the performance monitoring by Frame Delay and Frame Delay Variation measures, in Unidirectional or
Bidirectional mode.
The equipment provides support Point-to-Point OAM (EFM), according IEEE 802.3ah standard. It
enables the failure indication, including Dying Gasp, Unidirectional Link and Critical Event. The EFM
works with configurable PDU gaps, ensuring interoperability with other trademarks.
FTTx Applications
The DM4100 Series feature the provision of Fiber-to-the-Wherever services, since the equipment
ports have SFP interfaces, allowing the use of different types of optical modules accordingly to the
fiber type, speed and distance chosen.
The DATACOM SFP and XFP modules are tested to fulfill the INF-8074i and IEC60825-1 Specification.
Non-approved modules do not guarantee the correct operation of the equipment and can damage the
interface cards. From Firmware version 12,4 onwards, DATACOM equipment family will allow the
usage of non-homologated SFPs. However, in previous firmware versions the DATACOM equipment
will check if the SFP is homologated and if not, it will perform the lockout of the module. Contact the
technical support of DATACOM to further information about the risks of usage of non-homologated
SFP and the possibility of unlock them.
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DM4100 Family Nomenclature
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DM4100 Hardware
DM4100 Model
DM4100 ETH24GX+4XX+L3
DM4100 ETH24GX+2XX+S+L3
DM4100 ETH24GX+4GX+L3
DM4100 ETH24GX+4XX+MPLS
DM4100 ETH24GX+2XX+S+MPLS
DM4100 ETH24GX+4GX+MPLS
DM4100 ETH20GT+4GC+L3
DM4100 ETH20GT+4GC+S+L3
DM4100 ETH20GT+4GC+4XX+L3
DM4100 ETH20GT+4GC+2XX+S+L3
DM4100 ETH20GT+4GC+MPLS
DM4100 ETH20GT+4GC+S+MPLS
DM4100 ETH20GT+4GC+4XX+MPLS
DM4100 ETH20GT+4GC+2XX+S+MPLS
DM4100 ETH20GP+4GC+S+L3
DM4100 ETH20GP+4GC+4XX+L3
DM4100 ETH20GP+4GC+2XX+S+L3
DM4100 ETH44GT+4GC+S+L3
DM4100 ETH44GT+4GC+2XX+S+L3
DM4100 ETH44GT+4GC+4XX+L3
DM4100 ETH44GT+4GC+S+MPLS
DM4100 ETH44GT+4GC+2XX+S+MPLS
DM4100 ETH44GT+4GC+4XX+MPLS
DM4100 ETH44GP+4GC+S+L3
DM4100 ETH44GP+4GC+2XX+S+L3
DM4100 ETH44GP+4GC+4XX+L3
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10/100/1000
Base-T (RJ45)
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
44
44
44
44
44
44
44
44
44
Interfaces
1000Base-X
Combo
(SFP)
24
24
28
24
24
28
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
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10GBase-X
(XFP)
4
2
4
2
4
2
4
2
4
2
2
4
2
4
2
4
Stackable
PoE
Yes9
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes9
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes9
Yes
No
Yes
Yes9
Yes
Yes
Yes9
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes9
Yes
Yes
Yes9
Yes
Yes
Yes
9
DM4100 Models
ETH24GX+4GX+L3
ETH24GX+2XX+S+L3
ETH24GX+4XX+L3
Switch L2
Router L31
MPLS4
QoS
1000Base-X Ports
Wire Speed
Wire Speed
N.A.
L2-L4
28
Wire Speed
Wire Speed
N.A.
L2-L4
24
Wire Speed
Wire Speed
N.A.
L2-L4
24
Combo Ports 1000Base-X
10/100/1000Base-T
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
10GbE Ports (SFP+/XFP)
-
2
4
Stacking
-
2 dedicated ports
52Gbit/s Total
2 XFP configurable ports
40Gbit/s Total9
PoE Ports (802.3af)
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
Internal Switch Matrix
152Gbit/s
152Gbit/s
152Gbit/s
Switch Fabric
Packet Processing
(64 bytes)
MAC Address Table
L3 Hosts (IPv4)1
L3 Hosts (IPv6)1
L3 Routes (IPv4)1
L3 Routes (IPv6)1
L2 Multicast Groups
56Gbit/s
140Gbit/s
128Gbit/s
41.7Mpps
104.2Mpps
95.2Mpps
32k
8k
4k
12k
6k
1k
32k
8k
4k
12k
6k
1k
32k
8k
4k
12k
6k
1k
L3 Multicast Groups (IPv4)1
4k
4k
4k
L3 Multicast Groups (IPv6)1
2k
2k
2k
Filter Rules (ACLs)
2k
1 output
3 inputs
Support 2 AC/DC full
range hot-swap
redundant power
supplies
2k
1 output
3 inputs
Support 2 AC/DC full
range hot-swap
redundant power
supplies
2k
1 output
3 inputs
Support 2 AC/DC full
range hot-swap
redundant power
supplies
Alarms
Power
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DM4100 Models
ETH24GX+4GX+MPLS
ETH24GX+2XX+S+MPLS
ETH24GX+4XX+MPLS
Switch L2
Router L31
MPLS4
QoS
1000Base-X Ports
Wire Speed
Wire Speed
LER/LSR
L2-L4
28
Wire Speed
Wire Speed
LER/LSR
L2-L4
24
Wire Speed
Wire Speed
LER/LSR
L2-L4
24
Combo Ports 1000Base-X
10/100/1000Base-T
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
10GbE Ports (SFP+/XFP)
-
2
4
Stacking
-
2 dedicated ports
52Gbit/s Total
2 XFP configurable ports
40Gbit/s Total9
PoE Ports (802.3af)
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
Internal Switch Matrix
152Gbit/s
152Gbit/s
152Gbit/s
Switch Fabric
Packet Processing
(64 bytes)
MAC Address Table
L3 Hosts (IPv4)1
L3 Hosts (IPv6)1
L3 Routes (IPv4)1
L3 Routes (IPv6)1
L2 Multicast Groups
56Gbit/s
140Gbit/s
128Gbit/s
41.7Mpps
104.2Mpps
95.2Mpps
32k
8k
4k
12k
6k
1k
32k
8k
4k
12k
6k
1k
32k
8k
4k
12k
6k
1k
L3 Multicast Groups (IPv4)1
4k
4k
4k
L3 Multicast Groups (IPv6)1
2k
2k
2k
Filter Rules (ACLs)
2k
1 output
3 inputs
Support 2 AC/DC full
range hot-swap
redundant power
supplies
2k
1 output
3 inputs
Support 2 AC/DC full
range hot-swap
redundant power
supplies
2k
1 output
3 inputs
Support 2 AC/DC full
range hot-swap
redundant power
supplies
Alarms
Power
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ETH20GT+4GC+
L3
ETH20GT+4GC+
S+L3
ETH20GT+4GC+
2XX+S+L3
ETH20GT+4GC+
4XX+L3
Wire Speed
Wire Speed
N.A.
L2-L4
20
Wire Speed
Wire Speed
N.A.
L2-L4
20
Wire Speed
Wire Speed
N.A.
L2-L4
20
Wire Speed
Wire Speed
N.A.
L2-L4
20
Combo Ports 1000Base-X
10/100/1000Base-T
4
4
4
4
10GbE Ports (SFP+/XFP)
-
-
2
4
Stacking
-
PoE Ports (802.3af)
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
Internal Switch Matrix
152Gbit/s
152Gbit/s
152Gbit/s
152Gbit/s
Switch Fabric
Packet Processing
(64 bytes)
MAC Address Table
48Gbit/s
100Gbit/s
140Gbit/s
128Gbit/s
35.7Mpps
74.4Mpps
104.2Mpps
95.2Mpps
L3 Hosts (IPv4)
L3 Hosts (IPv6)1
L3 Routes (IPv4)1
L3 Routes (IPv6)1
L2 Multicast Groups
32k
8k
4k
12k
6k
1k
32k
8k
4k
12k
6k
1k
32k
8k
4k
12k
6k
1k
32k
8k
4k
12k
6k
1k
L3 Multicast Groups (IPv4)1
4k
4k
4k
4k
L3 Multicast Groups (IPv6)1
2k
2k
2k
2k
Filter Rules (ACLs)
2k
1 output
3 inputs
Support 2 AC/DC
full range hotswap redundant
power supplies
2k
1 output
3 inputs
Support 2 AC/DC
full range hotswap redundant
power supplies
2k
1 output
3 inputs
Support 2 AC/DC
full range hotswap redundant
power supplies
2k
1 output
3 inputs
Support 2 AC/DC
full range hotswap redundant
power supplies
DM4100 Models
Switch L2
1
Router L3
MPLS4
QoS
1000Base-T Ports
1
Alarms
Power
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2 dedicated ports 2 dedicated ports
52Gbit/s Total
52Gbit/s Total
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2 XFP configurable
ports 40Gbit/s
Total9
ETH20GT+4GC+
MPLS
ETH20GT+4GC+
S+MPLS
ETH20GT+4GC+
2XX+S+MPLS
ETH20GT+4GC+
4XX+MPLS
Wire Speed
Wire Speed
LER/LSR
L2-L4
20
Wire Speed
Wire Speed
LER/LSR
L2-L4
20
Wire Speed
Wire Speed
LER/LSR
L2-L4
20
Wire Speed
Wire Speed
LER/LSR
L2-L4
20
Combo Ports 1000Base-X
10/100/1000Base-T
4
4
4
4
10GbE Ports (SFP+/XFP)
-
-
2
4
Stacking
-
PoE Ports (802.3af)
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
Internal Switch Matrix
152Gbit/s
152Gbit/s
152Gbit/s
152Gbit/s
Switch Fabric
Packet Processing
(64 bytes)
MAC Address Table
48Gbit/s
100Gbit/s
140Gbit/s
128Gbit/s
35.7Mpps
74.4Mpps
104.2Mpps
95.2Mpps
L3 Hosts (IPv4)
L3 Hosts (IPv6)1
L3 Routes (IPv4)1
L3 Routes (IPv6)1
L2 Multicast Groups
32k
8k
4k
12k
6k
1k
32k
8k
4k
12k
6k
1k
32k
8k
4k
12k
6k
1k
32k
8k
4k
12k
6k
1k
L3 Multicast Groups (IPv4)1
4k
4k
4k
4k
L3 Multicast Groups (IPv6)1
2k
2k
2k
2k
Filter Rules (ACLs)
2k
1 output
3 inputs
Support 2 AC/DC
full range hotswap redundant
power supplies
2k
1 output
3 inputs
Support 2 AC/DC
full range hotswap redundant
power supplies
2k
1 output
3 inputs
Support 2 AC/DC
full range hotswap redundant
power supplies
2k
1 output
3 inputs
Support 2 AC/DC
full range hotswap redundant
power supplies
DM4100 Models
Switch L2
1
Router L3
MPLS4
QoS
1000Base-T Ports
1
Alarms
Power
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2 dedicated ports 2 dedicated ports
52Gbit/s Total
52Gbit/s Total
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2 XFP configurable
ports 40Gbit/s
Total9
DM4100 Models
ETH44GT+4GC+S+L3
ETH44GT+4GC+2XX+
S+L3
ETH44GT+4GC+4XX+
L3
Switch L2
Wire Speed
Wire Speed
N.A.
L2-L4
44
Wire Speed
Wire Speed
N.A.
L2-L4
44
Wire Speed
Wire Speed
N.A.
L2-L4
44
Combo Ports 1000Base-X
10/100/1000Base-T
4
4
4
10GbE Ports (SFP+/XFP)
-
2
4
Stacking
2 dedicated ports
64Gbit/s Total
2 dedicated ports
64Gbit/s Total
2 XFP configurable ports
40Gbit/s Total9
PoE Ports (802.3af)
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
Internal Switch Matrix
224Gbit/s
224Gbit/s
224Gbit/s
Switch Fabric
Packet Processing
(64 bytes)
MAC Address Table
160Gbit/s
200Gbit/s
176Gbit/s
119.5Mpps
148.8Mpps
131.0Mpps
L3 Hosts (IPv4)
L3 Hosts (IPv6)1
L3 Routes (IPv4)1
L3 Routes (IPv6)1
L2 Multicast Groups
32k
8k
4k
12k
6k
1k
32k
8k
4k
12k
6k
1k
32k
8k
4k
12k
6k
1k
L3 Multicast Groups (IPv4)1
4k
4k
4k
L3 Multicast Groups (IPv6)1
2k
2k
2k
Filter Rules (ACLs)
2k
1 output
2 inputs
2k
1 output
2 inputs
2k
1 output
2 inputs
Internal AC full range
and RPU Input
Internal AC full range
and RPU Input
Internal AC full range
and RPU Input
1
Router L3
MPLS4
QoS
1000Base-T Ports
1
Alarms
Power
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ETH44GT+4GC+S+
MPLS
ETH44GT+4GC+2XX+
S+MPLS
ETH44GT+4GC+4XX+
MPLS
Wire Speed
Wire Speed
LER/LSR
L2-L4
44
Wire Speed
Wire Speed
LER/LSR
L2-L4
44
Wire Speed
Wire Speed
LER/LSR
L2-L4
44
Combo Ports 1000Base-X
10/100/1000Base-T
4
4
4
10GbE Ports (SFP+/XFP)
-
2
4
Stacking
2 dedicated ports
64Gbit/s Total
2 dedicated ports
64Gbit/s Total
2 XFP configurable ports
40Gbit/s Total9
PoE Ports (802.3af)
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
Internal Switch Matrix
224Gbit/s
224Gbit/s
224Gbit/s
Switch Fabric
Packet Processing
(64 bytes)
MAC Address Table
160Gbit/s
200Gbit/s
176Gbit/s
119.5Mpps
148.8Mpps
131.0Mpps
L3 Hosts (IPv4)
L3 Hosts (IPv6)1
L3 Routes (IPv4)1
L3 Routes (IPv6)1
L2 Multicast Groups
32k
8k
4k
12k
6k
1k
32k
8k
4k
12k
6k
1k
32k
8k
4k
12k
6k
1k
L3 Multicast Groups (IPv4)1
4k
4k
4k
L3 Multicast Groups (IPv6)1
2k
2k
2k
Filter Rules (ACLs)
2k
1 output
2 inputs
2k
1 output
2 inputs
2k
1 output
2 inputs
Internal AC full range
and RPU Input
Internal AC full range
and RPU Input
Internal AC full range
and RPU Input
DM4100 Models
Switch L2
1
Router L3
MPLS4
QoS
1000Base-T Ports
1
Alarms
Power
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DM4100 Models
ETH20GP+4GC+S+L3
ETH20GP+4GC+2XX+
S+L3
ETH20GP+4GC+4XX+
L3
Switch L2
Wire Speed
Wire Speed
N.A.
L2-L4
20
Wire Speed
Wire Speed
N.A.
L2-L4
20
Wire Speed
Wire Speed
N.A.
L2-L4
20
Combo Ports 1000Base-X
10/100/1000Base-T
4
4
4
10GbE Ports (SFP+/XFP)
-
2
4
Stacking
2 dedicated ports
52Gbit/s Total
2 dedicated ports
52Gbit/s Total
2 XFP configurable ports
40Gbit/s Total9
PoE Ports (802.3af)
PoE+ Ports (802.3at)
245
246,7
245
246,7
245
246,7
Internal Switch Matrix
152Gbit/s
152Gbit/s
152Gbit/s
Switch Fabric
Packet Processing
(64 bytes)
MAC Address Table
100Gbit/s
140Gbit/s
128Gbit/s
74.4Mpps
104.2Mpps
95.2Mpps
L3 Hosts (IPv4)
L3 Hosts (IPv6)1
L3 Routes (IPv4)1
L3 Routes (IPv6)1
L2 Multicast Groups
32k
8k
4k
12k
6k
1k
32k
8k
4k
12k
6k
1k
32k
8k
4k
12k
6k
1k
L3 Multicast Groups (IPv4)1
4k
4k
4k
L3 Multicast Groups (IPv6)1
2k
2k
2k
Filter Rules (ACLs)
2k
1 output
3 inputs
2k
1 output
3 inputs
2k
1 output
3 inputs
Internal AC full range
and RPU Input
Internal AC full range
and RPU Input
Internal AC full range
and RPU Input
1
Router L3
MPLS4
QoS
1000Base-T Ports
1
Alarms
Power
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DM4100 Models
ETH44GP+4GC+S+L3
ETH44GP+4GC+2XX+
S+L3
ETH44GP+4GC+4XX+
L3
Switch L2
Wire Speed
Wire Speed
N.A.
L2-L4
44
Wire Speed
Wire Speed
N.A.
L2-L4
44
Wire Speed
Wire Speed
N.A.
L2-L4
44
Combo Ports 1000Base-X
10/100/1000Base-T
4
4
4
10GbE Ports (SFP+/XFP)
-
2
4
Stacking
2 dedicated ports
64Gbit/s Total
2 dedicated ports
64Gbit/s Total
2 XFP configurable ports
40Gbit/s Total9
PoE Ports (802.3af)
PoE+ Ports (802.3at)
485
486,7
485
486,7
485
486,7
Internal Switch Matrix
224Gbit/s
224Gbit/s
224Gbit/s
Switch Fabric
Packet Processing
(64 bytes)
MAC Address Table
160Gbit/s
200Gbit/s
176Gbit/s
119.5Mpps
148.8Mpps
131.0Mpps
L3 Hosts (IPv4)
L3 Hosts (IPv6)1
L3 Routes (IPv4)1
L3 Routes (IPv6)1
L2 Multicast Groups
32k
8k
4k
12k
6k
1k
32k
8k
4k
12k
6k
1k
32k
8k
4k
12k
6k
1k
L3 Multicast Groups (IPv4)1
4k
4k
4k
L3 Multicast Groups (IPv6)1
2k
2k
2k
Filter Rules (ACLs)
2k
1 output
2 inputs
2k
1 output
2 inputs
2k
1 output
2 inputs
Internal AC full range
and RPU Input
Internal AC full range
and RPU Input
Internal AC full range
and RPU Input
1
Router L3
MPLS4
QoS
1000Base-T Ports
1
Alarms
Power
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DM4100 Software
Feature
Detail
Flow Control
Interface Basic
Parameters
Auto-negotiation
Backpressure in half duplex; PAUSE (IEEE 802.3x) in full duplex
Description, MDI/MDIX, Speed and Duplex Mode, Flow Control, Port MTU Size, GARP, Link-Flap
detection, Port-Channel, Switchport
Speed, duplex mode, flow control and MDI/MDIX
Web Server with SSLv3
SNMP v1/v2c/v3 over IPv4/v6
Command Line Interface (CLI) via SSHv2, Telnet and Console
RMON groups 1 (statistics), 2 (history), 3 (alarms) and 9 (events)
ACLs configurations with multiple comparisons and actions
Network diagnostic tools (telnet, traceroute, ping, SSHv2 for IPv4 and IPv6)
Cabling diagnostic tool
Up to two firmware files in flash, with upgrade via SCP, TFTP or HTTP/HTTPS
Up to ten configurations files in flash, with upload or download via SCP, TFTP or
HTTP/HTTPS
Management
Action scheduling
Information exported via XML
Ethernet OAM (EFM–IEEE 802.3ah, CFM–IEEE 802.1ag and Y.1731)
Interface Index Persistence
Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP – IEEE 802.1ab and LLDP-MED with power
negotiation for PoE ports)
Monitoring via SNMP to check CPU usage and processor memory
Static or dynamic (DHCP/BOOTP) IP address
Allow the usage of Authorized DHCP Servers only
BOOTP/DHCP relay with option 82 (RFC 2131)
Support to sFLOW in hardware (RFC 3176) up to 10Gbit/s
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Feature
Detail
IEEE 802.1x Port authentication with guest Vlan, restricted Vlan and Vlan assignment
HW Filters for SNMP, Web, Telnet and SSH access control
Configurable MAC address limit per port and per VLAN
Local and Remote Syslog with support for Multiple Syslog Servers
Security
Authentication, Authorization and Accounting (AAA) via RADIUS/ TACACS+
E-mail notification (SMTP)
Protection mechanisms against Denial of Service (DoS) attacks
Network Time Protocol SNTP
Protection mechanisms against ARP Spoofing
Tagging with up to 4096 simultaneous VIDs (IEEE 802.1q)
Port-based, with port overlapping
Protocol-based (IEEE 802.1v), MAC-based, IP-Subnet based
Q-in-Q double tagging, Selective Q-in-Q
Private VLAN
VLAN
Separation of communication between interfaces in the same VLAN or broadcast domain
Interdomain routing VLANs (IPv4/v6)
VLAN Translate
Dynamic VLAN (GVRP)
Voice VLAN
Rapid Spanning Tree (IEEE 802.1w)
Classic Spanning Tree (IEEE 802.1d)
Protection
Per-VLAN Rapid Spanning Tree
Multiple Spanning Tree (IEEE 802.1s)
up to 16 Spanning Tree domains
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Feature
Detail
BPDU Guard
EAPSv1, ITU-T G.8032 (ERPS)
Protection
Link flap detection
Loopback detection
8 queues per port
TCI tagging (IEEE 802.1p)
IP Precedence/TOS or DSCP/TOS
Source/Destination Port, IP or MAC
TCP or UDP ports
QoS (marking,
classification and
prioritization)
Filters with L2-L7 generic match
Rate Shaping (Ingress and Egress), with 64 kbit/s granularity per port and per flow when
defining CIR and PIR
Weighted Round Robin, Weighted Fair Queuing, Strict Priority or a combination of these
as queue scheduling algorithms
Hierarchical QoS (HQoS)
WRED with two configurations - in-profile and out-of-profile
Static and dynamic configuration via LACP (IEEE 802.3ad).
128 logical groups, with up to 8 active ports on each group
Link Aggregation
Equivalent use of non-aggregated links for L3, MPLS and QoS functions.
Configurable load balancing criteria (i.e MAC, IP).
Maximum rate for Broadcast, Multicast e DLF controlled by port
Head of Line Blocking protection
L2 Functionalities
Support to Jumbo Frames up to 9KB
Supports Multiple Supplicant per port (802.1x)
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Feature
Detail
IGMP (v1/v2/v3). Can be used the snooping and query function
L2 Aging global or per VLAN
L2 protocol tunneling (TLS)
Guest VLAN IEEE 802.1x, restricted VLAN and VLAN assignment
L2 Functionalities
Port Authentication IEEE 802.1x via MAC in Radius Server (RADA)
Possibility to disable MAC learning per port or per VLAN
Multicast VLAN Replication (MVR)
Captive Portal
Traffic Monitor for ports and/or packet flows
Static routing (IPv4/v6)
Routing between VLANs
RIP v1/v2, RIPng, OSPF v2/v3, ISIS and BGP v4
Multicast IPv6 MLDv1/v2
Redundancy via VRRP
PIM Protocol (IPv4/v6)
L3 Routing
Police Based Route (PBR) executed in hardware
Equal-Cost Multi-Path (ECMP)
Non Stop Routing (Helper Mode) to OSPF, ISIS and BGP
Proxy ARP
Jumbo Frames up to 9KB
MD5 Authentication for OSPFv2/v3, BGP and ISIS protocols
VRF Lite
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Feature
Detail
VPWS - L2 VPN over MPLS (Draft Martini)
VPLS – Virtual LAN Services and H-VPLS – Hierarchical VPLS
Label Distribution Protocol (LDP)
MPLS
Resource Reservation Protocol-Traffic Engineering (RSVP-TE) with Fast Reroute (FRR)
Mapping among 802.1p, DSCP and MPLS EXP Field
LDP tunneling over RSVP-TE
BGP/VPN - L3 VPN over MPLS (RFC 2547/4364)
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Compliance with Main Standards
For a complete list of Standards which DATACOM complain with, get contact with DATACOM
Technical Support.
IEEE
802.1ab
Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP)
802.1ad
Provider Bridges
802.1ag
Connectivity Fault Management (CFM)
802.1d
Media Access Control (MAC) Bridge
802.1p
Priority Support
802.1q
Virtual LAN
802.1q-in-q
VLAN Stacking
802.1s
Multiple Spanning Tree (MSTP)
802.1x
Port Security
802.1w
Rapid Spanning Tree
802.3
10 BASE T
802.3ab
1000 BASE T
802.3ac
Extension for VLAN Tagging
802.3ad
Link Aggregation (LAG)
802.3ah
Ethernet First Mile (EFM)
802.3ae
10G BASE-SR/LR/ER/SW/LW/EW
802.3af
Power Over Ethernet
802.3at
Power Over Ethernet +
802.3i
10BASE-T 10 Mbit/s (1.25 MB/s)
802.3u
100 BASE TX
802.3x
Flow Control
802.3z
1000 BASE SX/LX
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ITU-T
Y.1731
OAM functions and mechanisms for Ethernet based networks
ISO
ISO 10589
MEF
Intermediate System to Intermediate System Intra-Domain Routing Exchange
Protocol for use in Conjunction with the Protocol for Providing the Connectionlessmode Network Service
9
MEF 9 - Abstract Test Suite for Ethernet Services at the UNI
14
MEF 14 - Abstract Test Suite for Traffic Management Phase 1
24
MEF 24 - Abstract Test Suite for UNI Type 2 Part 2 E-LMI
IETF
RFC854
Telnet Protocol Specification
RFC1305
Network Time Protocol (V3) Specification, Implementation and Analysis
RFC1492
An Access Control Protocol, Sometimes Called TACACS
RFC1812
Requirements for IP Version 4 Routers (Ipv4)
RFC2030
Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP)
RFC2104
HMAC: Keyed-Hashing for Message Authentication
RFC2131
DHCP/BOOTP Relay
RFC2138
Remote Authentication Dial In User Service (RADIUS)
RFC2139
RADUIS Accounting
RFC2460
IPv6 Specification
RFC2461
IPv6 Neighbor Discovery
RFC2462
IPv6 Stateless Address Auto-Configuration
RFC2464
Transmission of IPv6 over Ethernet Networks
RFC2544
Benchmarking Methodology for Network Interconnect Devices
RFC2865
Remote Authentication Dial In User Server (RADIUS)
RFC3021
Using 31-Bit Prefixes on IPv4 Point-to-Point Links
RFC3164
The BSD Syslog Protocol
RFC3176
sFlow: A Method for Monitoring Traffic in Switched and Routed Networks
RFC3513
IPv6 Addressing Architecture
RFC3587
IPv6 Global Unicast Address Format
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RFC3619
Ethernet Automatic Protection Switching (EAPS) version 1
RFC4250
RFC4213
The Secure Shell (SSH) Protocol Assigned Numbers
Transmission Mechanisms for IPv6 Hosts/Routers – Dual Layer
RFC4251
The Secure Shell (SSH) Protocol Architecture
RFC4252
The Secure Shell (SSH) Authentication Protocol
RFC4253
The Secure Shell (SSH) Transport Layer Protocol
RFC4254
The Secure Shell (SSH) Connection Protocol
RFC4291
RFC4291
IPv6 Addressing Architecture
IPv6 Addressing Architecture
RFC4443
RFC4443
ICMPv6
ICMPv6
Routing
RFC1058
RIP Version 1 - Routing Information Protocol
RFC1723
RIP Version 2 - Carrying Additional Information
RFC1195
Use of OSI IS-IS for Routing in TCP/IP and Dual Environments
RFC1997
BGP Communities Attribute
RFC2080
RIPng
RFC2082
RIP Version 2 MD5 Authentication
RFC2154
OSPF with Digital Signatures
RFC2328
OSPF Version 2
RFC2329
OSPF Standardization Report
RFC2338
Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol
RFC2370
The OSPF Opaque LSA Option
RFC2385
Protection of BGP Sessions via the TCP MD5 Signature Option
RFC2439
BGP Route Flap Damping
RFC2453
RIP Version 2
RFC2740
RFC2545
OSPF for IPv6 (OSPFv3
Use of BGP-4 Multiprotocol Extensions for IPv6 Inter-Domain Routing
RFC2763
Dynamic Hostname Exchange Mechanism for IS-IS
RFC2796
BGP Route Reflector An Alternative to Full Mesh BGP
RFC2842
Capabilities Advertisement with BGP-4
RFC2858
Multiprotocol Extensions for BGP-4
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RFC2918
Route Refresh Capability for BGP-4
RFC2966
Domain-wide Prefix Distribution with Two-Level IS-IS
RFC3021
Using 31-Bit Prefixes on IPv4 Point-to-Point Links
RFC3065
Autonomous System Confederations for BGP
RFC3101
The OSPF NSSA Option
RFC3137
OSPF Stub Router Advertisement
RFC3373
Three-Way Handshake for IS-IS Point-to-Point Adjacencies
RFC3392
Capabilities Advertisement with BGP-4
RFC3567
IS-IS Cryptographic Authentication
RFC3623
Graceful OSPF Restart
RFC3630
Traffic Engineering (TE) Extensions to OSPF Version 2
RFC3719
Recommendations for Interoperable Networks using IS-IS
RFC3768
Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP)
RFC3847
Restart Signaling for IS-IS
RFC4271
A Border Gateway Protocol 4 (BGP-4)
RFC4360
BGP Extended Communities Attribute
RFC4724
Graceful Restart Mechanism for BGP
RFC4760
Multiprotocol Extensions for BGP-4
RFC4893
BGP Support for Four-octet AS Number Space
RFC5303
Three-Way Handshake for IS-IS Point-to-Point Adjacencies
RFC5304
IS-IS Cryptographic Authentication
RFC5306
Restart Signaling for IS-IS
RFC5308
Routing IPv6 with IS-IS
RFC5065
Autonomous System Confederations for BGP
RFC5250
The OSPF Opaque LSA Option
RFC5291
Outbound Route Filtering Capability for BGP-47
RFC5396
Textual Representation of Autonomous System (AS) Numbers
RFC5492
Capabilities Advertisement with BGP-4
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Multicast
RFC1112
Host extensions for IP multicasting
RFC2236
Internet Group Management Protocol, Version 2
RFC2710
Multicast Listener Discovery (MLD) for IPv6
RFC3376
Internet Group Management Protocol, Version 3
RFC3569
An Overview of Source-Specific Multicast (SSM)
RFC3810
Multicast Listener Discovery Version 2 (MLDv2) for IPv6
RFC4541
Considerations for Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP) and Multicast
RFC4601
Listener
(MLD)
Snooping
Switches
Protocol Discovery
Independent
Multicast
– Sparse
Mode (PIM-SM)
RFC4604
Using IGMP Version 3 for Source Specific Multicast
RFC4607
Source-Specific Multicast for IP
RFC4608
Source-Specific Protocol Independent Multicast in 232/8
MPLS
RFC2205
RSVP v1 Functional Specification
RFC2547
BGP/MPLS Virtual Private Network
RFC2702
Requirements for traffic engineering over MPLS
RFC2961
RSVP Refresh Overhead Reduction Extensions
RFC3031
MPLS architecture
RFC3032
MPLS label stack encoding
RFC3036
LDP specification
RFC3037
LDP applicability
RFC3209
Extensions to RSVP for LSP tunnels
RFC3210
Applicability statement for extensions to RSVP for LSP Tunnels
RFC3215
LDP state machine
RFC3270
Multi-protocol label switching (MPLS) support of differentiated services
RFC3443
TTL processing in multiprotocol label switching (MPLS) networks
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RFC3469
Framework for MPLS-based recovery
RFC3916
Requirements for Pseudo-Wire Emulation Edge-to-Edge (PWE3)
RFC3985
Pseudo Wire Emulation Edge-to-Edge (PWE3) Architecture
RFC4090
Fast reroute extensions to RSVP-TE for LSP tunnels
RFC4182
Removing a restriction on the use of MPLS explicit NULL
RFC4221
MPLS management overview
RFC4364
BGP/MPLS IP Virtual Private Networks (VPNs)
RFC4377
OAM Requirements for MPLS Networks
RFC4378
A framework for MPLS Operation and Management
RFC4446
IANA Allocations for Pseudowire Edge to Edge Emulation (PWE3)
RFC4447
Pseudowire Setup and Maintenance Using the LDP
RFC4448
Encapsulation methods for transport of Ethernet over MPLS
RFC4664
Framework for L2VPNs
RFC4665
Service Requirements for Layer 2 Provider-Provisioned VPN
RFC4762
Virtual Private LAN Service (VPLS) Using LDP Signaling
RFC4906
Transport of Layer 2 Frames Over MPLS
RFC5036
LDP Specification
QoS
RFC2309
Queue Management and Congestion Avoidance in the Internet
RFC2474
Definition of the differentiated services field (DS) in Ipv4
RFC2475
An architecture for differentiated services
RFC2597
Assured Forwarding PHB Group
RFC2598
An Expedited Forwarding PHB
RFC2697
A single rate three color marker
RFC2698
A two rate three color marker
RFC3140
Per hop behavior identification codes
RFC3246
An expedited forwarding PHB
RFC3644
Policy quality of service (QoS) Information model
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RFC3670
Information model for describing network device QoS datapath mechanism
MIB e SNMP
RFC1157
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)
RFC1212
Concise MIB Definitions
RFC1213
MIB for Network Management of TCP/IP-based internets:MIB-II
RFC1215
A Convention for Defining Traps for use with the SNMP
RFC1229
Extensions to the generic-interface MIB
RFC1441
SNMPv2 Protocol Framework
RFC1493
Definitions of Managed Objects for Bridges
RFC1573
Evolution of the Interfaces Group of MIB-II
RFC1643
Definitions of Managed Objects for the Ethernet-like InterfaceTypes
RFC1650
Definitions of Managed Objects for the Ethernet-like IF Types using SMIv2
RFC1724
RIP Version 2 MIB Extension
RFC1757
Remote Network Monitoring Management Information Base
RFC1850
OSPF Version 2 Management Information Base
RFC1901
Introduction to Community-based SNMPv2
RFC1902
Structure of Management Information for Version 2 of SNMPv2
RFC1903
Textual Conventions for Version 2 of SNMPv2
RFC1904
Conformance Statements for Version 2 of SNMPv2
RFC1905
Protocol Operations for Version 2 of SNMPv2
RFC1906
Transport Mappings for SNMPv2
RFC1907
Management Information Base (MIB) for SNMPv2
RFC1908
Coexistence between V1 and V2 of the Internet-standard NMF
RFC2021
Remote Network Monitoring MIBv2 using SMIv2
RFC2037
Entity MIB using SMIv2
RFC2233
The Interfaces Group MIB using SMIv2
RFC2570
Introduction to V3 of the Internet-standard NMF
RFC2571
An Architecture for Describing SNMP Management Framework
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RFC2572
Message Processing and Dispatching for SNMP
RFC2573
SNMP Applications
RFC2574
USM for version 3 of SNMPv3
RFC2575
VACM for SNMP
RFC2576
Coexistence between SNMP v1,v2,v3
RFC2578
Structure of Management Information for SNMPv2
RFC2579
Textual Conventions for SNMPv2
RFC2580
Conformance Statements for SMIv2
RFC2665
Definitions of Managed Objects for the Ethernet-like Interface Types
RFC2674
Definitions of Managed Objects for Bridges with Traffic Classes, Multicast Filtering
RFC2819
and
Virtual
LAN Extensions
Remote
Network
Monitoring MIB
RFC2863
The Interfaces Group MIB
RFC3411
An Architecture for Describing SNMP Management Framework
RFC3412
Message Processing and Dispatching for SNMP
RFC3413
SNMP Application
RFC3414
User-based Security Model for SNMPv3
RFC3415
View-based Access Control Model for SNMP
RFC3416
Protocol Operations for SNMPv2
RFC3812
MPLS Traffic Engineering Management Information Base7
RFC3813
MPLS LSR Management Information Base
RFC3814
MPLS FEC-To-NHLFE Management Information Base
RFC3815
Definitions of Managed Objects for the MPLS, LDP
RFC4188
Definitions of Managed Objects for Bridges
RFC4273
Definitions of Managed Objects for BGP-4 using SMIv27
RFC4293
MIB for the Internet Protocol
RFC4363
Definitions of Managed Objects for Bridges with Traffic Classes, Multicast Filtering
and Virtual LAN Extensions
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Accessories
PSU 85 100-250 VAC/48-60 VDC modular supply, full range, hot-swappable, redundant
DM4100 RPU 300W: External 100-240VAC power supply
DM4100 RPU 500W: External 100-240VAC power supply
DM4100 RPU 1000W: External 100-240VAC power supply
Stacking Cable: length 0,50m
Stacking Cable: length 1,00m
DM4100 RPU Cable – Power Blade – 1m
DM4100 RPU Cable – Power Blade – 3m
1 Check for availability according purchased hardware and software versions
2 Check equipment manual or tables for the switch fabric capacity per HW model
3 Dependant on hardware model
4 Dependant on software license
5 Class 3 devices
6 Class 4 devices
7 Using external RPU
8 For maximum reach, check attenuation
9 Get contact with DATACOM’s Technical Support about software availability
10 Some VLANs can be required for internal use, remaining 4094 VLANs for effective usage.
Specifications and product availability presented may change without notice.
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Data Sheet DM4000 | Versão 19 - mai/2014
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