BHAKRA BEAS MANAGEMENT BOARD - BBMB

Purchase order no.
7/EDP/COMP/106
Dated :
30/09/2011
BHAKRA BEAS MANAGEMENT BOARD
From
मु य अिभयंता / उ पादन
Tel No. 0172-2637157, 01887-223355
बीबीएमबी, नंगल |
Fax No. 0172-2652820, 01887-223307
To
M/s HCL Infosystems Limited
SC0 66-67, SECTOR-17 A,
Chandigarh - 160017
Fax No. 0172-2704961
Tel. No.: 0172-2708088,2708072
Memo No.
Sub:-
727 /EDP/COMP/106
Dated:
3/10/2011
PURCHASE ORDER FOR SUPPLY AND COMMISSIONING OF SERVERS, UPSs,
NETWORKING EQUIPMENT, FACILITY MANAGEMENT SERVICES etc. INCLUDING BUYBACK OF EXISTING EQUIPMENT - SPECIFICATION NO. 76 /DPR/SSM/4/2011 (NIT No.
91/DPR/SSM/2010)
Reference i) Your quotation/bid submitted on line at the portal http://bbmb.abcprocure.com.
iii) This office letter no. 876/EDP/COMP/106 dated 28/6/2011.
ii) Your clarification submitted vide letter no HCL/CHD/HG/BBMB/300611 dated
30/6/2011.
iii) This office LOI letter no. 682/EDP/COMP/106 dated 15/9/2011.
Dear Sir(s)
With reference to the letters/fax messages mentioned above, purchase order for supply and
commissioning of Servers, Software, UPSs, Networking equipment, Facilities Management Services and
other equipment & services as per the Guaranteed Technical Particulars, at rates, terms and conditions
mentioned as under is placed upon you:
DESCRIPTION
Quantity
S.
No.
1
1
1.1
2
HARDWARE - SERVERS & COMPUTERS
Blade Servers
Blade Servers (Type -1 )
CPU
Server class chipset 5600 Series processors to be
configured with two 2.4 GHz, 1333 FSB, 80W Quad-core processor.
Memory
Server should be supplied with 24 GB memory
and scalable to 96 GB. The server should provide
Twelve (12) DDR3 Registered or Unbuffered
DIMM Memory Slots. Should support Advanced
memory protection technologies like
AECC,memory mirroring and memory lockstep
mode.
3
2
1
UNIT
PRICE
inclusive
of Excise,
Custom
Duty,
Freight &
Forwardin
g,Insuran
ce,
Installatio
n&
Commissi
oing
Charges
4
181500
CST /
ST (In
Figure)
5
9075
Service
Tax (In
Figure)
Total Unit
Price F.O.R
Destination
incl. of
CST/ST,
Service Tax,
,Freight
&Forwardin
g, Custom
Duty,
Insurance,
Installation
&
Commissioi
ng Charges
etc.
All figures in Rs.
6
7
0
190575
Total
Amount
F.O.R
Destination
incl. of
CST/ST,
Service
Tax, Freight
&Forwardin
g, Custom
Duty,
Insurance,
Installation
&
Commissioi
ng Charges
etc.
8=7*3
381150
Purchase order no.
Dated :
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Quantity
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No.
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1
1.2
2
HDD
Should be configured with 2 x 146GB @ 15k rpm
SAS drives. The internal storage should be
configured in RAID 1 for OS.
Hard drives to be hot-pluggable and of small form
factor.
Storage controller capable of providing RAID 0, 1
configurations with upgradeability to 256 MB
Battery Backed Up Write Cache
Expansion Slots / Ports
Should have a minimum of 2 PCIe based slot and
simultaneously host interconnects of Ethernet,FC
fabrics.
Server to provide two network ports for
connectivity to Ethernet switch.
Should have Lan-on-Motherboard feature
providing 10Gb speeds in the design supporting
technologies in TOE,iSCSI and RDMA
Ports to be available for USB,Network and
management
Management
Should provide remote management software
capable of providing graphical interface, virtual
media and multi-factor authentication.
Server management software capable of providing
role-based security, alerts of critical component
failure (Hard drive, memory, CPU) and notify the
same using email, SMS.
Blade Servers (Type -2 )
CPU
Configured with 4 * 6540 Hexa Core processor
& scalable to four processor on same chipset
with in the box.
Memory
Server should be supplied with 32 GB memory
and scalable to 1TB.Should support Advanced
memory protection technologies like ECC,memory
mirroring and memory lockstep mode.
HDD
Should be configured with 2 x 146GB @ 15k rpm
SAS or SSD drives. The internal storage should be
configured in RAID 1 for OS.
Hard drives to be hot-pluggable and of small form
factor.
Storage controller capable of providing RAID 0, 1
configurations with upgradeability to 256 MB
Battery Backed Up Write Cache
Expansion Slots / Ports
Should have a minimum of 4 PCIe based slot and
simultaneously host interconnects of Ethernet,FC
fabrics. Server to provide two network ports for
connectivity to Ethernet switch.
3
3
Should have Lan-on-Motherboard feature
providing 10Gb speeds in the design supporting
technologies in TOE,iSCSI and RDMA
Ports to be available for USB,Network and
management
Management
Should provide remote management software
capable of providing graphical interface, virtual
media and multi-factor authentication.
Server management software capable of providing
role-based security, alerts of critical component
failure (Hard drive, memory, CPU) and notify the
same using email, SMS.
2
UNIT
PRICE
inclusive
of Excise,
Custom
Duty,
Freight &
Forwardin
g,Insuran
ce,
Installatio
n&
Commissi
oing
Charges
4
561000
CST /
ST (In
Figure)
Service
Tax (In
Figure)
30/09/2011
Total Unit
Price F.O.R
Destination
incl. of
CST/ST,
Service Tax,
,Freight
&Forwardin
g, Custom
Duty,
Insurance,
Installation
&
Commissioi
ng Charges
etc.
5
All figures in Rs.
6
7
28050
0
589050
Total
Amount
F.O.R
Destination
incl. of
CST/ST,
Service
Tax, Freight
&Forwardin
g, Custom
Duty,
Insurance,
Installation
&
Commissioi
ng Charges
etc.
8=7*3
1767150
Purchase order no.
Dated :
DESCRIPTION
Quantity
S.
No.
7/EDP/COMP/106
1
1.3
2
High Performance,GPS based Network Time
Server.
Network Protocols
NTP
(v2- SNMPv1, v2c, v3 (RFC3584)
RFC1119.v3RFC1305, v4No RFC)
NTP
Unicast, MIB II (RFC1213)
Broadcast,
Multicast,
Autokey
SNTP
Simple DHCP (RFC2131)
Network Time
Protocol
(RFC4330)
Telnet (RFC854)
TIME (RFC868) MD5 Authentication (RFC1321)
DAYTIME
RADIUS (RFC 2865)
(RFC867)
HTTP/SSL/HTT SMTP Forwarding
PS (RFC2616)
SSH/SCP
(Internet Draft)
3
1
IPv4, IPv6 and IPv4/IPv6
Hybrid
Key management protocols can be individually
disabled
LAN
1: Time protocols only
Management &
Time protocols;
LAN2, 3 & GbE
Server Performance
7000 NTP requests per second while maintaining
accuracy associated with reference time source.
The accuracy is inclusive of all NTP packet delays
in and out of the SyncServer as measured at the
network interface. Client synchronization accuracy
to server on a LAN is 0.5-2 milliseconds (typical).
The Syncserver easily supports many hundreds of
thousands of NTP clients. NTP request handling
capacity remains the same regardless of Stratum
level
Stratum 1 via GPS: Overall time stamp accuracy
of 7 microseconds to UTC with a variation of less
than 42 microseconds typical
Stratum 1 via Dial-up modem:<50 milliseconds to
UTC (<20 ms typcial)
Stratum 2: Peering can be used as the primary
mode of operation or as a back up mode in case
the primary reference signals are lost. Time stamp
accuracy depends on NTP peer server (s).
Holdover Accuracy/Oscillator Aging
TCXO
18 milliseconds/day
(Standard)
<1E-06/month
OCXO
1 milliseconds/day
(optional)
<1E-07/month
Rubidium
6 microseconds/day
(optional)
<5E-11/month
GPS Receiver/Antenna
12 channel parallel receiver
Minimum
1 intermittently
number
of
satellites
for
time
GPS Time traceable to UTC (USNO)
Accuracy
<50 ns RMS, 150 ns peak to
3
UNIT
PRICE
inclusive
of Excise,
Custom
Duty,
Freight &
Forwardin
g,Insuran
ce,
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n&
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oing
Charges
4
550000
CST /
ST (In
Figure)
Service
Tax (In
Figure)
30/09/2011
Total Unit
Price F.O.R
Destination
incl. of
CST/ST,
Service Tax,
,Freight
&Forwardin
g, Custom
Duty,
Insurance,
Installation
&
Commissioi
ng Charges
etc.
All figures in Rs.
5
6
7
68750
0
618750
Total
Amount
F.O.R
Destination
incl. of
CST/ST,
Service
Tax, Freight
&Forwardin
g, Custom
Duty,
Insurance,
Installation
&
Commissioi
ng Charges
etc.
8=7*3
618750
Purchase order no.
Dated :
DESCRIPTION
Quantity
S.
No.
7/EDP/COMP/106
1
2
peak to UTC, ≥4 satellites
tracked
Internal Analog Modem
Telecom approved in more
than 50 countries
Time Encoding
ACTS, JJY and ITU -R TF583.4
Mechanical / Environmental
Size
1 U rack mount
Power
100-240 VAC, 50-60 Hz, 25
watts
Certifications
FCC, CE (RoHS), UL, PSE
Front Panel
Display
Sharp, high -resolution 32x256
dot-matrix
vaccum-fluorescent. 1, 2 or 4
line
Keypad
0-9 numeric, up down, left,
right, ENTER, CLR
TIME, STATUS, MENU.
Keypad lockout
LEDs
Sync
Time reference status
Network
Network connection status
NTP
NTP activity
Alarm
Fault condition
Serial
DB9-F 9600, N, 8, 1
USB
For back up, restore and
upgrade operations
Rear Panel
Network (4x)
1x RJ-45 10 Base-T/100BaseTx/1000Base-T Gigabit
Ethernet
3x RJ-45 10Base-T/100BaseTX Ethernet
Speed/Duplex: Auto,
10/full/half, 100/full/ half
Sysplex
DB9-M RS-232
GPS
BNC L1, 1575 MHz
IRIG in:
BNC IRIG
A/B/E/G/NASA36/XR3/2137/IE
EE-1344
AM: 1V to 8 V p-p, Zin>5K
ohms
DCLS:<1.5 V for logic 0. >2.4
V for logic1
IRIG out:
BNC IRIG
A/B/E/G/NASA36/XR3/2137/IE
EE-1344
AM: Ratio 3:1 +/- 10%, AMP:
3.5 +/- 0.5 V pp, Z out 50
ohms
DCLS:<0.8 V for logic 0. >2.4
V for logic1, Zout 50 Ohms
1 PPS-in
BNC Rising edge active, TTL
into 270 ohms
1 PPS-out
BNC Rising edge on-time, TTL
into 50 ohms
10 MHz-in
BNC Sine wave or square
wave, 1Vpp to 8Vpp, Zin>50K
ohms
10 MHz-out
Sine wave >2Vpp & <6Vpp into
3
4
UNIT
PRICE
inclusive
of Excise,
Custom
Duty,
Freight &
Forwardin
g,Insuran
ce,
Installatio
n&
Commissi
oing
Charges
4
CST /
ST (In
Figure)
5
Service
Tax (In
Figure)
30/09/2011
Total Unit
Price F.O.R
Destination
incl. of
CST/ST,
Service Tax,
,Freight
&Forwardin
g, Custom
Duty,
Insurance,
Installation
&
Commissioi
ng Charges
etc.
All figures in Rs.
6
7
Total
Amount
F.O.R
Destination
incl. of
CST/ST,
Service
Tax, Freight
&Forwardin
g, Custom
Duty,
Insurance,
Installation
&
Commissioi
ng Charges
etc.
8=7*3
Purchase order no.
Dated :
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Quantity
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1
2
50 ohms
Sine wave>6Vpp & <8Vpp no
load
RJ-11 analog phone jack
BNC, optional antenna required
for operation
2x, SPDT (Form C)
3
Cabinet/Chassis for Blade Servers with
following configuration
Chassis
Support for full height and half height blades in the
same enclosure holding upto 14 Intel Xeon
Servers. Same enclosure should support Intel
Xeon/AMD Opteron/RISC/EPIC based blades
Same enclosure should support server, storage
and expansion blades to enable consolidation of
hardware .Should support simultaneous housing of
Ethernet,FC,iSCSI,IB interconnect fabrics offering
Hot Pluggable & Redundancy as a feature for the
mentioned I/O devices
Ethernet Switch
Ethernet Switching Modules to be provided in
redundant configuration for Connecting to all the
blade servers to external Switch. Configuration
should help minimize the Ethernet Cables
SAS Channel Modules
The Blade Chassis should be configured with
redundant SAS SAN Switches.
Management Module
System Management Port to allow simultaneous
management access of multiple Blade Servers in
the Chassis.
GUI, console-based deployment server to set up
multiple OS and application configurations and
Drag-and-drop servers into configurations
Power Modules
The enclosure should be populated fully with
power supplies of the highest capacity available
with the vendor.
Power supplies should support N+N as well as
N+1 redundancy configuration, where N is greater
than 1.Should offer choice of a single phase or 3
phase power subsystem for flexibility in connecting
to datacenter power enabled with technologies for
lower power consumption.Guaranteeing complete
availability even on failure of any 2 power units
across the enclosure.
Cooling
Each blade enclosure should have a cooling
subsystem consisting of redundant hot pluggable
fans or blowers enabled with technologies for
improved power consumption and acoustics
1
Modem
Radio
Relays
1.4
5
UNIT
PRICE
inclusive
of Excise,
Custom
Duty,
Freight &
Forwardin
g,Insuran
ce,
Installatio
n&
Commissi
oing
Charges
4
627000
CST /
ST (In
Figure)
Service
Tax (In
Figure)
30/09/2011
Total Unit
Price F.O.R
Destination
incl. of
CST/ST,
Service Tax,
,Freight
&Forwardin
g, Custom
Duty,
Insurance,
Installation
&
Commissioi
ng Charges
etc.
5
All figures in Rs.
6
7
31350
0
658350
Total
Amount
F.O.R
Destination
incl. of
CST/ST,
Service
Tax, Freight
&Forwardin
g, Custom
Duty,
Insurance,
Installation
&
Commissioi
ng Charges
etc.
8=7*3
658350
Purchase order no.
Dated :
DESCRIPTION
Quantity
S.
No.
7/EDP/COMP/106
1
2
Management Software
Should be able to perform comprehensive system
data collection and enable users to quickly
produce detailed inventory reports for managed
devices. Software should save the Reports for
further analysis.
Should provision for a single console to monitor
multiple enclosures
Should support simultaneous remote access for
different servers in the enclosure
The management/controlling software's must be
from the OEM itself. Management Software
Licenses for a fully populated Blade Enclosure
should be given. The software should provide
Role-based (admin, user, operator, etc) security
which allows effective delegation of management
responsibilities by giving systems administrator’s
granular control.The management software should
provide proactive notification of actual or
impending component failure alerts.
Should support automatic event handling that
allows notification of failures via e-mail.
3
Should be able to perform comprehensive system
data collection and enable users to quickly
produce detailed inventory reports for managed
devices. Software should save the Reports in
some format for further analysis.
Should help to proactively identify out-of-date
BIOS, drivers, and Server Management agents
and enable the remote update of system
software/firmware components. The server
performance monitoring software should be able to
detect, analyzes, and explain hardware
bottlenecks. Also it should be able to log the data
over time and allow it to replay the same in a short
time frame for performance analysis.
The Deployment software should provide for User
friendly GUI/ console-based deployment to set up
and install multiple OS and application
configurations in individual blade server.
The blade system should have the capability of
managing all the blades in the Enclosures
simultaneously capable of monitoring both
physical and virtualized environments with single
signon capability for all devices in the enclosure
Storage (Internal or External)
Operating System & Clustering Support
The storage array should support industry-leading
Operating System platforms including: Windows 2008
Offered Storage Shall support all above operating systems in
Clustering.
Capacity & Scalability
The Storage Array shall be offered with 3.0 TB
Capacity using 300GB drives.
Storage shall be scalable to minimum of 90
number of drives or greater than 25TB using
300GB SAS drives.
Front-end Ports
Offered Storage subystem shall have total of 8
number of native SAS ports running at 6Gbps
speed.
6
UNIT
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inclusive
of Excise,
Custom
Duty,
Freight &
Forwardin
g,Insuran
ce,
Installatio
n&
Commissi
oing
Charges
4
CST /
ST (In
Figure)
5
Service
Tax (In
Figure)
30/09/2011
Total Unit
Price F.O.R
Destination
incl. of
CST/ST,
Service Tax,
,Freight
&Forwardin
g, Custom
Duty,
Insurance,
Installation
&
Commissioi
ng Charges
etc.
All figures in Rs.
6
7
Total
Amount
F.O.R
Destination
incl. of
CST/ST,
Service
Tax, Freight
&Forwardin
g, Custom
Duty,
Insurance,
Installation
&
Commissioi
ng Charges
etc.
8=7*3
Purchase order no.
Dated :
DESCRIPTION
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No.
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1
1.5
2
Back-end
Offered Storage subsystem back-end engine shall
be running on latest SAS (6Gbps) loop speed.
Architecture
Offered storage subsystem shall be end to end
6Gbps SAS.
The storage array should support dual, redundant,
hot-pluggable, active-active array controllers for
high performance and reliability
No Single point of Failure
Offered Storage Array shall be configurable in a
No Single Point of configuration including Array
Controller card, Cache memory, FAN, Power
supply etc.
Disk Drive Support
Offered Storage Array shall support minimum
146/ 300 / 450/ 600GB hot-pluggable Enterprise
SAS hard drives along with S-ATA (1000 &
2000GB) drives.
For green datacenter initiative, Storage subsystem
disks shall support Spin down feature for drives
Cache
Offered Storage Array shall be given with
Minimum of 2GB cache per controller in a single
unit after removing the operating system
overhead.
Cache shall be backed up in case of power failure
for indefinite time either using batteries or
capacitors or
Raid Support
Offered Storage Subsystem shall support Raid 0,
1 , 1+0 , 3, 5, 5+0 and Raid 6 with Dual Parity
Protection
Global and dedicated Hot Spare
Offered Storage Array shall support Global hot
Spare for offered Disk drives.
Storage subsystem shall also have the flexibility to
assign dedicated spare for raid sets.
Logical Volume
Storage Subsystem shall support minimum of 512
Logical Units.
Backup Solution for Servers with the following
details
Autoloader with one LTO-4 tape drive with rack
mount kit,
Number of Drives : 1
Number of Slots : 8
Capacity (native) : 6.4 TB
Capacity (compressed) : 12.8 TB
Performance (maximum, native) : 432 GB/h
Performance (maximum, compressed) : 864 GB/h
Interface : Ultra 320 SCSI LVD, SAS 3Gb/s
Cartridge Loading : 2 Magazines
Form Factor : 1U
Remote Management (Web GUI) : System Status,
Drive Operations, Remote Diagnostics, Remote
Management
Certification Marks CE, UL, C-UL, GS / TÜV,
VCCI, C-Tick
10 Data Media, 1 Cleaning Media with the
following features of backup Software, The Backup
Server Software should support MS Windows for
the Master/Media Server. There must be support
for the latest version of Windows Server OS
3
1
7
UNIT
PRICE
inclusive
of Excise,
Custom
Duty,
Freight &
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g,Insuran
ce,
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oing
Charges
4
334400
CST /
ST (In
Figure)
Service
Tax (In
Figure)
30/09/2011
Total Unit
Price F.O.R
Destination
incl. of
CST/ST,
Service Tax,
,Freight
&Forwardin
g, Custom
Duty,
Insurance,
Installation
&
Commissioi
ng Charges
etc.
5
All figures in Rs.
6
7
16720
0
351120
Total
Amount
F.O.R
Destination
incl. of
CST/ST,
Service
Tax, Freight
&Forwardin
g, Custom
Duty,
Insurance,
Installation
&
Commissioi
ng Charges
etc.
8=7*3
351120
Purchase order no.
Dated :
DESCRIPTION
Quantity
S.
No.
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1
2
Backup Software should have an Microsoft Tape
Format, which would ensure that the backup data
can be read by basic Windows OS without even
using any backup software
Should have active directory features like:
Online recovery of individual active directory
objects
Should be able to restore AD objects without
rebooting AD domain controller
Should support 2003/2008 active directory domain
services
Backup Software should provide, an Online
Backup for all the standard and commercially
available databases and applications like MS-SQL,
ORACLE, Exchange, Active Directory, Share Point
Server, DB2 etc.
Backup Software should be capable doing a
granular recovery for file systems, Exchange and
Active Directory, so that even a single file/ single
mail/ a single user attribute can be restored from
the backups.
Backup Software should support the Continuous
Data Protection technology for protecting filesystems, exchange servers etc.
The Backup Software should support Backup to
Disk, so that there can be simultaneously read and
write of Backup data from the Disk (a Recovery
Operation from the Backup Disk, should be
possible, for some clients, while the Backup is
happening to the Disk for a few other Clients)
The Backup Software should have inbuilt support
for 128 Bit AES Encryption.
The Backup Software should provide Open File
backup for all Desktops.
The Backup Software should provide system
recovery functionality for windows systems, so that
in case of a failure machines can be quickly
recovered to their running state.
Should allow backup jobs to be targeted to specific
slots within a tape autoloader or library; mix drive
types within a tape library.
The backup software should support full
integration to virtual environment like VMWare and
Microsoft HyperV for the backup and recovery of
full virtual machines and the individual files and
folders inside them
Should support single pass backup for faster
backup/recovery
Necessary agents should be provided as per the
server list and configuration.
Bare Metal Recovery :
Should support for Dissimilar Hardware
Should be able to quickly recover the system
Should support for windows 2000/2003/2008
Should support conversion to and from virtual
environment
Should have support for VMWare, Microsoft
HyperV & Microsoft Virtual Server
Should support for 32 bit & 64 bit windows
Should support scheduling of recovery points
Should be able to take incremental backups after
full backup so that the only changes are backed up
in incremental backup sets.
Should auto-detect hardware and install
3
8
UNIT
PRICE
inclusive
of Excise,
Custom
Duty,
Freight &
Forwardin
g,Insuran
ce,
Installatio
n&
Commissi
oing
Charges
4
CST /
ST (In
Figure)
5
Service
Tax (In
Figure)
30/09/2011
Total Unit
Price F.O.R
Destination
incl. of
CST/ST,
Service Tax,
,Freight
&Forwardin
g, Custom
Duty,
Insurance,
Installation
&
Commissioi
ng Charges
etc.
All figures in Rs.
6
7
Total
Amount
F.O.R
Destination
incl. of
CST/ST,
Service
Tax, Freight
&Forwardin
g, Custom
Duty,
Insurance,
Installation
&
Commissioi
ng Charges
etc.
8=7*3
Purchase order no.
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1
1.6
1.7
2
appropriate drivers
Should support saving of recovery points at FTP
locations, DAS, NAS, USB Drive, DVD drives
Should have manager console to manage
recovery points of all servers from central location
Rack
Size of the Rack : 42 U
Front and fully perforated steel door
Castor Wheel with Brakes & Lock
The server rack should come with 2 Nos of
Stationery Shelf
The server rack comes with two Nos of Horizontal
Cable Manager and Vertical Cable Manager
The server rack should come with Roof Fan Tray
with min 4 Fans
Min 17" LCD Foldable 1U Monitor with Keyboard &
Mouse
Server (Database)
CPU
2 x Intel Xeon Quad Core
Processor E5620 (2.4 GHz or
higher with 12MB Cache or
higher & 5.86 GT/s or higher )
or Higher
Memory
18 GB Registered DDR3 with
ECC, 1066 MHz or higher
Memory upgradable to 192 GB
through 12 DDR3 DIMMs
DIMM Slots
12 DDR3 UDIMM/RDIMM ECC
800/1066/1333 MHz
Chipset
Intel® 5520 + IO Controller
HUB ICH10R
PCI Slots
Minimum of 6 PCI Slots
including PCI & PCI-E slots
Disk Drives
3* 300 GB SAS (15k rpm) Hot
Swappable Hard Disks with
RAID 5 Enabled
Disk Controller
On board SAS controller/ports
WITHOUT
MONITOR
Monitor
Ethernet
Dual port Intel gigabit ethernet
controller with IOAT feature
Graphics
Server Engines* LLC Pilot II
BMC with 8MB DDR2 memory.
Ports
2 Serial, 6 USB (4+2), 1 VGA
Keyboard
USB Keyboard. Same make as
that of Server.
Mouse
USB Optical Mouse. Same
make as that of Server.
Backup Device
DAT 320 SAS Internal Tape
Drive with Backup Software,
Data Cartridge & Cleaning
Catridge
Optical Drive
DVD ROM Drive
Power Supply
1+1 Redundant Power Supply
or better
Bays
8 Hot Swap Hard Disk Bays
Housing
Tower Type
Management
OEM Server Management
Software
Software, System Health
Monitoring, Remote
Management on Windows
Certifications
Windows Server 2003/2008
Security
Power on Password
9
UNIT
PRICE
inclusive
of Excise,
Custom
Duty,
Freight &
Forwardin
g,Insuran
ce,
Installatio
n&
Commissi
oing
Charges
CST /
ST (In
Figure)
Service
Tax (In
Figure)
30/09/2011
Total Unit
Price F.O.R
Destination
incl. of
CST/ST,
Service Tax,
,Freight
&Forwardin
g, Custom
Duty,
Insurance,
Installation
&
Commissioi
ng Charges
etc.
All figures in Rs.
6
7
Total
Amount
F.O.R
Destination
incl. of
CST/ST,
Service
Tax, Freight
&Forwardin
g, Custom
Duty,
Insurance,
Installation
&
Commissioi
ng Charges
etc.
3
4
5
8=7*3
1
79730
3986
0
83716
83716
1
208200
10410
0
218610
218610
Purchase order no.
Dated :
DESCRIPTION
Quantity
S.
No.
7/EDP/COMP/106
1
1.8
2
2.1
2.2
2.3
3
3.1
2
Server for Talwara, Sundernagar & Nangal
with the same Config as at 1.7 but with
CPU
1 x Intel Xeon Quad Core
Processor E5620 (2.4 GHz or
higher with 12MB Cache or
higher & 5.86 GT/s or higher )
or Higher
Memory
12 GB Registered DDR3 with
ECC, 1066 MHz or higher
Memory upgradable to 192 GB
through 12 DDR3 DIMMs
Monitor
19" LCD Monitor, TCO'05
Certified, Make same as that of
Server
SYSTEM SOFTWARE
WINDOWS 2008 ENTERPRISE SERVER 64 Bit
Edition OLP WITH MEDIA ( Incl Client Access
License for 10 users)
EXCHANGE SERVER 2010 ENTERPRISE OLP
WITH MEDIA AND FOREFRONT THREAT
MANAGEMENT GATEWAY 2010 with MEDIA
Version
EXCHANGE SERVER 2010 STANDARD OLP
WITH MEDIA or Latest Version
POWER CONDITIONING EQUIPMENT
ON LINE UPS OF 5 KVA RATING
5KVA
Power Rating
Technology
DOUBLE CONVERSION Online UPS using IGBT & having
Isolation Transformer for total
isolation from mains.
INPUT
Nominal
230 V - 25 % + 10% , Single
Voltage Range
Phase
Nominal
50 Hz ± 5%
frequency
Range
Not less than 0.95
Power Factor
Sinusoidal
Wave Form
OUTPUT
Continuous
5 KVA/ 3.5 KW or higher
output Power
230 V, Single Phase
Voltage
Voltage
Not more than 2%
Regulation
50 Hz ± 0.5 Hz
Frequency
110% for 10 minutes and 150%
for 10 seconds120% for 30
Overload
Capacity
secs
Sinusoidal
Wave Form
Load Power
0.7 to 0.8
Factor
COMPUTER & COMMUNICATION INTERFACE
Should be available & the software should be
capable of monitoring UPS activity & to ensure
orderly shutdown of the server in case of battery
low voltage/discharged condition. Software
required for Windows Server 2008. SNMP Based
real time monitoring of all vital parameters such as
Input voltage, Output Voltage, Output Load,
Battery Voltage om Windows.
MEASURING INSTRUMENTS (ANALOG OR
DIGITAL)
10
UNIT
PRICE
inclusive
of Excise,
Custom
Duty,
Freight &
Forwardin
g,Insuran
ce,
Installatio
n&
Commissi
oing
Charges
CST /
ST (In
Figure)
Service
Tax (In
Figure)
30/09/2011
Total Unit
Price F.O.R
Destination
incl. of
CST/ST,
Service Tax,
,Freight
&Forwardin
g, Custom
Duty,
Insurance,
Installation
&
Commissioi
ng Charges
etc.
All figures in Rs.
5
6
7
8870
0
186270
Total
Amount
F.O.R
Destination
incl. of
CST/ST,
Service
Tax, Freight
&Forwardin
g, Custom
Duty,
Insurance,
Installation
&
Commissioi
ng Charges
etc.
3
3
4
177400
8=7*3
558810
9
103130
5156.5
10622
118909
1070178
1
389328
19466
40101
448895
448895
2
28814.3
1440.7
2968
33222.8
66446
4
41000
2050
0
43050
172200
Purchase order no.
Dated :
DESCRIPTION
Quantity
S.
No.
7/EDP/COMP/106
1
2
Input Voltage , Output Voltage & Frequency, Batt
Voltage, Batt Current, Load
Current in Amps
Minimum 100 records of faults generated with date
and time. FIFO method
PROTECTION
Over Load
MCBs both at Input & Output,
protection
Over Voltage protection
UNIT
PRICE
inclusive
of Excise,
Custom
Duty,
Freight &
Forwardin
g,Insuran
ce,
Installatio
n&
Commissi
oing
Charges
CST /
ST (In
Figure)
Service
Tax (In
Figure)
30/09/2011
Total Unit
Price F.O.R
Destination
incl. of
CST/ST,
Service Tax,
,Freight
&Forwardin
g, Custom
Duty,
Insurance,
Installation
&
Commissioi
ng Charges
etc.
Total
Amount
F.O.R
Destination
incl. of
CST/ST,
Service
Tax, Freight
&Forwardin
g, Custom
Duty,
Insurance,
Installation
&
Commissioi
ng Charges
etc.
5
All figures in Rs.
6
7
37500
4687.5
0
42187.5
168750
796800
39840
0
836640
836640
3
4
4
1
8=7*3
ADDITIONAL FEATURES
Static and Manual bye pass switch should be
available
Caster wheels should be available for easy
mobility of the UPS Unit of 5 KVA.
Cold start facility on full load should be available.
Noise level less than 45 db
3.2
4
4.1
INDICATIONS
Battery charging/status Indication
Bye-pass ON/OFF indication
Mains ON/OFF indication
Inverter ON/OFF
ALARM WITH INDICATIONS
Overload, Fault, Battery Voltage Low/Discharged
BATTERIES for S no 3.1 with 60 minutes
backup
Sealed Maintenance free.
Type
Make
Panasonic/CSB/Yuasa/Exide
At
least 60 minutes on full load
Back-up time
Operating
0-45 degree centigrade.
Temperature
Range
Rack
Rack for Batteries to be
included (As per
Purchaser/Space Requirement)
NETWORKING COMPONENTS (ACTIVE)
ROUTER with the following Specifications For
Chandigarh
Architecture:
Should have support for Data, Voice, Video,
Security and mobility services
Should be chassis based & modular architecture
with multicore processor for scalability and should
be a single box configuration for ease of
management.
Should have integrated redundant power supply.
Should have embedded hardware based (IPSec
and SSL) Encryption card accelerator
Should support complete Firewall, IPS features.
Should have 1Gb RAM should be upgradeable to
2Gb
Should have 256Mb flash and should be
upgradeable to 4Gb
Should have four free slots for future expansion.
Should have integrated USB port to provide
console, storage and secure token capabilities
Chassis should be 19” rack mountable type.
11
Purchase order no.
Dated :
DESCRIPTION
Quantity
S.
No.
7/EDP/COMP/106
1
2
Should be supplied with necessary power cards,
data cables, connectors, CD’s, manuals, bracket
accessories, wire managers and other appropriate
accessories.
Performance:
Shall support high performance traffic forwarding
upto 150Mbps with con-current services
Shall support variety of interfaces like V.35 Sync
Serial (64Kbps, 2 Mbps), G.703, Ch-E1, 3G, E3
Interfaces for future uplink purposes, Ethernet
Interfaces – 1Gbps, 10/100 Mbps, 802.3af, ISDN
PRI, BRI, ATM, Digital/Analog dialup and remote
access modules,
Shall support voice interface like FXS, FXO, E&M,
T1/E1
Shall support DSL connectivity using ADSL,
G.SHDSL
Should support integrated capability to host
multiple application min. four like Unified
Communication, Video Surveillance, Storage
System, Network services, or customer
application, etc using different processor, storage,
memory to optimize and consolid
Should support other IP Services like GRE
tunneling, ACLs, IPSEC VPNs, Firewalling, NAT
services.
Shall support Voice traffic optimization with
features like WRED, H-QoS, RSVP, performance
routing and network based application routing
Should support four onboard voice and video
capable digital signal processor
3
Should support per port PoE power monitoring
Should support management of power to module
slots, to reduce energy consumption
High Availability
Shall support redundant Gigabit Ethernet
connection to LAN
Shall have Redundant Power supply
Shall support fast reboot for minimum network
downtime
Shall support Non-Stop forwarding for fast reconvergence of routing protocols
Shall support boot options like booting from TFTP
server, Network node and Flash Memory
Shall support multiple storage of multiple images
and configurations
Shall support link aggregation using LACP as per
IEEE 802.3ad
Shall support VRRP or equivalent
Protocol Support
Should support Routing protocols like IS-IS, RIP
v1 & RIP v2, OSPF ver2, OSPF on demand,
BGP4, BGP Route-Reflector
Should support Multicast routing protocols
IGMPv3, PIM-SM, PIM-SS, DVMRP, IPv4 to IPv6
Multicast, BFD, IEEE802.1ah, IEEE802.3ag
Should support DHCPv6, IPv6 QoS, RIPng,
OSPFv3
Shall support MPLS, Layer2 and Layer3 VPN,
L2TPv3
Support for Load balancing Protocol.
12
UNIT
PRICE
inclusive
of Excise,
Custom
Duty,
Freight &
Forwardin
g,Insuran
ce,
Installatio
n&
Commissi
oing
Charges
4
CST /
ST (In
Figure)
5
Service
Tax (In
Figure)
30/09/2011
Total Unit
Price F.O.R
Destination
incl. of
CST/ST,
Service Tax,
,Freight
&Forwardin
g, Custom
Duty,
Insurance,
Installation
&
Commissioi
ng Charges
etc.
All figures in Rs.
6
7
Total
Amount
F.O.R
Destination
incl. of
CST/ST,
Service
Tax, Freight
&Forwardin
g, Custom
Duty,
Insurance,
Installation
&
Commissioi
ng Charges
etc.
8=7*3
Purchase order no.
Dated :
DESCRIPTION
Quantity
S.
No.
7/EDP/COMP/106
1
2
Support unequal cost link load sharing to better
utilize the alternate paths
3
Configuration Roll Back to recover the misconfigured router to last good configuration
Encapsulation Support
Should support Encapsulation like Ethernet,
802.1q, PPP, MLPPP, FR, MLFR, HDLC, Serial
(RS232, RS449, X.21, V.35, EIA530), PPPoE and
ATM
Security Features:
Support Standard ACL, Extended ACL, ACL that
can match arbitrary bits of packet bits of a packet
at an arbitrary depth in the packet header and
payload
Support IPSEC Site-to-Site and Remote Access
VPNs. Any Office to Any other office, dynamic
establishment of VPNs so that the configuration &
management of IPSEC VPNs becomes easier,
Tunnel-less VPN connectivity and SSL VPN
Support IPSEC VPNs should be able to carry
data, voice, video
Support Firewall feature set supporting Stateful,
application-based filtering, per-user Authentication
and Authorization, transparent firewall, Http and
email inspection engine to detect port 80 misuses
and email connectivity. IPS feature set with predefi
Support Content filtering
MD-5 route authentication for RIP, OSPF and
BGP
Shall support multi-level of access
SNMPv3 authentication, SSHv2
AAA support using Radius.
CHAP authentication for P-to-P links
DoS prevention through TCP Intercept & DDoS
protection
IP Access list to limit Telnet and SNMP access to
router
Multiple privilege level authentications for console
and telnet access through Local database or
through an external AAA Server.
Time based & Dynamic ACLs for controlled
forwarding based on time of day for offices
IEEE 802.1x support for MAC address
authentication
Multi-media support:
Shall support Voice capabilities
i) Codec support for G.711 and G.729
ii) Should support the capability to integrate with
PBXs using E1 connectivity.
Shall support H.323, SIP, MGCP
Shall support QSIG, E1 R2 and several CAS
signaling
Should have in-built voice call processing in the
event of WAN link failure to central call processing
Engine capability for xx IP phones
Shall support bandwidth optimization features like
Voice Activity Detection, Silence Suppression,
Echo cancellation
Should not consume more than 14-15Kbps of
bandwidth (including overheads) for a single voice
over IP call
13
UNIT
PRICE
inclusive
of Excise,
Custom
Duty,
Freight &
Forwardin
g,Insuran
ce,
Installatio
n&
Commissi
oing
Charges
4
CST /
ST (In
Figure)
5
Service
Tax (In
Figure)
30/09/2011
Total Unit
Price F.O.R
Destination
incl. of
CST/ST,
Service Tax,
,Freight
&Forwardin
g, Custom
Duty,
Insurance,
Installation
&
Commissioi
ng Charges
etc.
All figures in Rs.
6
7
Total
Amount
F.O.R
Destination
incl. of
CST/ST,
Service
Tax, Freight
&Forwardin
g, Custom
Duty,
Insurance,
Installation
&
Commissioi
ng Charges
etc.
8=7*3
Purchase order no.
Dated :
DESCRIPTION
Quantity
S.
No.
7/EDP/COMP/106
1
2
Debug, alarms & Diagnostics:
Support for monitoring of Traffic flows for Network
planning and Security purposes
Trace-route, Ping and extended Ping
Should support extensive support for SLA
monitoring for metrics like delay, latency, jitter,
packet loss, RTP-Based VoIP traffic and should
support the capability for measurement of the call
setup time using H.323/SIP signaling protocol over
IP network.
Shall support embedded event manager that
enables automation of many network management
tasks and directs the operation of router OS to
increase availability, collect information, and notify
external systems or personnel about critical events
Accounting:
Packet & Byte Counts
Start Time Stamp & End Time Stamps.
Network Time Protocol
Input & Output interface ports.
Type of service, TCP Flags & Protocol
Source & Destination IP addresses
Source & Destination TCP/UDP ports
Management
3
UNIT
PRICE
inclusive
of Excise,
Custom
Duty,
Freight &
Forwardin
g,Insuran
ce,
Installatio
n&
Commissi
oing
Charges
4
CST /
ST (In
Figure)
Service
Tax (In
Figure)
30/09/2011
Total Unit
Price F.O.R
Destination
incl. of
CST/ST,
Service Tax,
,Freight
&Forwardin
g, Custom
Duty,
Insurance,
Installation
&
Commissioi
ng Charges
etc.
5
All figures in Rs.
6
7
11020
0
Total
Amount
F.O.R
Destination
incl. of
CST/ST,
Service
Tax, Freight
&Forwardin
g, Custom
Duty,
Insurance,
Installation
&
Commissioi
ng Charges
etc.
8=7*3
Shall have support for Web, GUI based
management, CLI, Telnet and SNMPv3
Shall support Secure Shell for secure
connectivity.
Embedded RMON support for four groups –
history, statistics, alarms and events
4.2
Should have to support Out of band management
through Console and an external modem for
remote management.
Event and System logging: Event and system
history logging functions shall be available. The
Router shall generate system alarms on events.
Facility to put selective logging of events onto a
separate hardware here the analysis of log shall
be available.
Pre-planned scheduled Reboot Facility: The
Router shall support the preplanned timed reboot
to upgrade their hardware to a new software
feature and plan the rebooting as an off-peak time
Interface Requirements:
4 * Channelized E1 WAN interface Ports.
4 * E1 WAN interface Ports, On board 2 x GB
Ethernet Port
4 * IP Phones with SCCP support to register with
this router.
Miscellaneous
WITH POWER CABLE, LAN CABLE(S),
AUXILIARY AND CONSOLE CABLES, V.35
CABLE
Router For Sundernagar & Nangal Computer
Centres
Architecture:
Should have support for Data, Voice, Video,
Security and mobility services.
Should be chassis based & modular architecture
with multicore processor for scalability and should
be a single box configuration for ease of
management.
2
14
220400
231420
462840
Purchase order no.
Dated :
DESCRIPTION
Quantity
S.
No.
7/EDP/COMP/106
1
2
Should support redundant power supply.
Should have embedded hardware based (IPSec
and SSL) Encryption card accelerator
3
Should support complete Firewall, IPS features.
Should have 512Mb RAM should be upgradeable
to 2Gb
Should have 256Mb flash and should be
upgradeable to 4Gb
Should have two free slots for future expansion.
Should have integrated USB port to provide
console, storage and secure token capabilities
Chassis should be 19” rack mountable type.
Should be supplied with necessary power cards,
data cables, connectors, CD’s, manuals, bracket
accessories, wire managers and other appropriate
accessories.
Performance:
Shall support high performance traffic forwarding
upto 35Mbps with con-current services
Shall support variety of interfaces like V.35 Sync
Serial (64Kbps, 2 Mbps), G.703, Ch-E1, 3G, E3
Interfaces for future uplink purposes, Ethernet
Interfaces – 1Gbps, 10/100 Mbps, 802.3af, ISDN
PRI, BRI, ATM, Digital/Analog dialup and remote
access modules,
Shall support voice interface like FXS, FXO, E&M,
T1/E1
Shall support DSL connectivity using ADSL,
G.SHDSL
Should support integrated capability to host
application like Unified Communication, Video
Surveillance, Storage System, Network services,
or customer application, etc using different
processor, storage, memory to optimize and
consolidate infrastructure
Should support other IP Services like GRE
tunneling, ACLs, IPSEC VPNs, Firewalling, NAT
services.
Shall support Voice traffic optimization with
features like WRED, H-QoS, RSVP, performance
routing and network based application routing
Should support two onboard voice and video
capable digital signal processor
Should support per port PoE power monitoring
Should support management of power to module
slots, to reduce energy consumption
High Availability
Shall support redundant Gigabit Ethernet
connection to LAN
Shall support Redundant Power supply
Shall support fast reboot for minimum network
downtime
Shall support Non-Stop forwarding for fast reconvergence of routing protocols
Shall support boot options like booting from TFTP
server, Network node and Flash Memory
Shall support multiple storage of multiple images
and configurations
Shall support link aggregation using LACP as per
IEEE 802.3ad
15
UNIT
PRICE
inclusive
of Excise,
Custom
Duty,
Freight &
Forwardin
g,Insuran
ce,
Installatio
n&
Commissi
oing
Charges
4
CST /
ST (In
Figure)
5
Service
Tax (In
Figure)
30/09/2011
Total Unit
Price F.O.R
Destination
incl. of
CST/ST,
Service Tax,
,Freight
&Forwardin
g, Custom
Duty,
Insurance,
Installation
&
Commissioi
ng Charges
etc.
All figures in Rs.
6
7
Total
Amount
F.O.R
Destination
incl. of
CST/ST,
Service
Tax, Freight
&Forwardin
g, Custom
Duty,
Insurance,
Installation
&
Commissioi
ng Charges
etc.
8=7*3
Purchase order no.
Dated :
DESCRIPTION
Quantity
S.
No.
7/EDP/COMP/106
1
2
Shall support VRRP or equivalent
Protocol Support
Should support Routing protocols like IS-IS, RIP
v1 & RIP v2, OSPF ver2, OSPF on demand,
BGP4, BGP Route-Reflector
Should support Multicast routing protocols
IGMPv3, PIM-SM, PIM-SS, DVMRP, IPv4 to IPv6
Multicast, BFD, IEEE802.1ah, IEEE802.3ag
Should support DHCPv6, IPv6 QoS, RIPng,
OSPFv3
Shall support MPLS, Layer2 and Layer3 VPN,
L2TPv3
Support for Load balancing Protocol.
Support unequal cost link load sharing to better
utilize the alternate paths
3
Configuration Roll Back to recover the misconfigured router to last good configuration
Encapsulation Support
Should support Encapsulation like Ethernet,
802.1q, PPP, MLPPP, FR, MLFR, HDLC, Serial
(RS232, RS449, X.21, V.35, EIA530), PPPoE and
ATM
Security Features:
Support Standard ACL, Extended ACL, ACL that
can match arbitrary bits of packet bits of a packet
at an arbitrary depth in the packet header and
payload
Support IPSEC Site-to-Site and Remote Access
VPNs. Any Office to Any other office, dynamic
establishment of VPNs so that the configuration &
management of IPSEC VPNs becomes easier,
Tunnel-less VPN connectivity and SSL VPN
Support IPSEC VPNs should be able to carry
data, voice, video
Support Firewall feature set supporting Stateful,
application-based filtering, per-user Authentication
and Authorization, transparent firewall, Http and
email inspection engine to detect port 80 misuses
and email connectivity. IPS feature set with predefi
Support Content filtering
MD-5 route authentication for RIP, OSPF and
BGP
Shall support multi-level of access, SNMPv3
authentication, SSHv2
AAA support using Radius. CHAP authentication
for P-to-P links
DoS prevention through TCP Intercept & DDoS
protection
IP Access list to limit Telnet and SNMP access to
router
Multiple privilege level authentications for console
and telnet access through Local database or
through an external AAA Server.
Time based & Dynamic ACLs for controlled
forwarding based on time of day for offices
IEEE 802.1x support for MAC address
authentication
Multi-media support:
Shall support Voice capabilities
Should support the capability to integrate with
PBXs using E1 connectivity.
Shall support H.323, SIP, MGCP
16
UNIT
PRICE
inclusive
of Excise,
Custom
Duty,
Freight &
Forwardin
g,Insuran
ce,
Installatio
n&
Commissi
oing
Charges
4
CST /
ST (In
Figure)
5
Service
Tax (In
Figure)
30/09/2011
Total Unit
Price F.O.R
Destination
incl. of
CST/ST,
Service Tax,
,Freight
&Forwardin
g, Custom
Duty,
Insurance,
Installation
&
Commissioi
ng Charges
etc.
All figures in Rs.
6
7
Total
Amount
F.O.R
Destination
incl. of
CST/ST,
Service
Tax, Freight
&Forwardin
g, Custom
Duty,
Insurance,
Installation
&
Commissioi
ng Charges
etc.
8=7*3
Purchase order no.
Dated :
DESCRIPTION
Quantity
S.
No.
7/EDP/COMP/106
1
2
Shall support H.323, SIP, MGCP, Shall support
QSIG, E1 R2 and several CAS signaling
Should have in-built voice call processing in the
event of WAN link failure to central call processing
Engine capability for xx IP Phones
Shall support bandwidth optimization features like
Voice Activity Detection, Silence Suppression,
Echo cancellation
Should not consume more than 14-15Kbps of
bandwidth (including overheads) for a single voice
over IP call
Debug, alarms & Diagnostics:
Support for monitoring of Traffic flows for Network
planning and Security purposes
Trace-route, Ping and extended Ping
Should support extensive support for SLA
monitoring for metrics like delay, latency, jitter,
packet loss, RTP-Based VoIP traffic and should
support the capability for measurement of the call
setup time using H.323/SIP signaling protocol over
IP network.
Shall support embedded event manager that
enables automation of many network management
tasks and directs the operation of router OS to
increase availability, collect information, and notify
external systems or personnel about critical events
Accounting:
Packet & Byte Counts
Start Time Stamp & End Time Stamps.
Network Time Protocol
Input & Output interface ports.
Type of service, TCP Flags & Protocol
Source & Destination IP addresses
Source & Destination TCP/UDP ports
Management
Shall have support for Web, GUI based
management, CLI, Telnet and SNMPv3
Shall support Secure Shell for secure
connectivity.
Embedded RMON support for four groups –
history, statistics, alarms and events
3
Should have to support Out of band management
through Console and an external modem for
remote management.
Event and System logging: Event and system
history logging functions shall be available. The
Router shall generate system alarms on events.
Facility to put selective logging of events onto a
separate hardware here the analysis of log shall
be available.
Pre-planned scheduled Reboot Facility: The
Router shall support the preplanned timed reboot
to upgrade their hardware to a new software
feature and plan the rebooting as an off-peak time
Interface Requirements:
4 * E1 WAN interface Ports. 2 x GB Ethernet Port
2 * ISDN BRI ports with NT
2 * VoIP users with software and IP Phone.
Miscellaneous
WITH POWER CABLE, LAN CABLE(S),
AUXILIARY AND CONSOLE CABLES, V.35
CABLE
17
UNIT
PRICE
inclusive
of Excise,
Custom
Duty,
Freight &
Forwardin
g,Insuran
ce,
Installatio
n&
Commissi
oing
Charges
4
CST /
ST (In
Figure)
5
Service
Tax (In
Figure)
30/09/2011
Total Unit
Price F.O.R
Destination
incl. of
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1
4.3
2
Router ( For Ganguwal & Slapper)
Architecture:
Should have support for Data, Voice, Video,
Security and mobility services.
Should be chassis based & modular architecture
with multicore processor for scalability and
should be a single box configuration for ease of
management.
Should have embedded hardware based (IPSec
and SSL) Encryption card accelerator
3
2
Should support complete Firewall, IPS features.
Should have 512Mb RAM should be upgradeable
to 2Gb
Should have 256Mb flash and should be
upgradeable to 4Gb
Should have one free slot for future expansion.
Should have integrated USB port to provide
console, storage and secure token capabilities
Chassis should be 19” rack mountable type.
Should be supplied with necessary power cards,
data cables, connectors, CD’s, manuals, bracket
accessories, wire managers and other appropriate
accessories.
Performance:
Shall support high performance traffic forwarding
upto 25Mbps with con-current services
Shall support variety of interfaces like V.35 Sync
Serial (64Kbps, 2 Mbps), G.703, Ch-E1, 3G, E3
Interfaces for future uplink purposes,
Ethernet Interfaces – 1Gbps, 10/100 Mbps,
802.3af, ISDN PRI, BRI, ATM, Digital/Analog
dialup and remote access modules,
Shall support voice interface like FXS, FXO, E&M,
T1/E1
Shall support DSL connectivity using ADSL,
G.SHDSL
Should support other IP Services like GRE
tunneling, ACLs, IPSEC VPNs, Firewalling, NAT
services.
Shall support Voice traffic optimization with
features like WRED, H-QoS, RSVP, performance
routing and network based application routing
Should support two onboard voice and video
capable digital signal processor
Should support per port PoE power monitoring
Should support management of power to module
slots, to reduce energy consumption
High Availability
Shall support redundant Gigabit Ethernet
connection to LAN
Shall support Redundant Power supply
Shall support fast reboot for minimum network
downtime
Shall support Non-Stop forwarding for fast reconvergence of routing protocols
Shall support boot options like booting from TFTP
server, Network node and Flash Memory
Shall support multiple storage of multiple images
and configurations
18
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172100
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6
7
8605
0
180705
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1
2
Shall support link aggregation using LACP as per
IEEE 802.3ad
Shall support VRRP or equivalent
Protocol Support
3
Should support Routing protocols like IS-IS, RIP
v1 & RIP v2, OSPF ver2, OSPF on demand,
BGP4, BGP Route-Reflector
Should support Multicast routing protocols
IGMPv3, PIM-SM, PIM-SS, DVMRP, IPv4 to IPv6
Multicast, BFD, IEEE802.1ah, IEEE802.3ag
Should support DHCPv6, IPv6 QoS, RIPng,
OSPFv3
Shall support MPLS, Layer2 and Layer3 VPN,
L2TPv3
Support for Load balancing Protocol.
Support unequal cost link load sharing to better
utilize the alternate paths
Configuration Roll Back to recover the misconfigured router to last good configuration
Encapsulation Support
Should support Encapsulation like Ethernet,
802.1q, PPP, MLPPP, FR, MLFR, HDLC, Serial
(RS232, RS449, X.21, V.35, EIA530), PPPoE and
ATM
Security Features:
Support Standard ACL, Extended ACL, ACL that
can match arbitrary bits of packet bits of a packet
at an arbitrary depth in the packet header and
payload
Support IPSEC Site-to-Site and Remote Access
VPNs. Any Office to Any other office, dynamic
establishment of VPNs so that the configuration &
management of IPSEC VPNs becomes easier,
Tunnel-less VPN connectivity and SSL VPN
Support IPSEC VPNs should be able to carry
data, voice, video
Support Firewall feature set supporting Stateful,
application-based filtering, per-user Authentication
and Authorization, transparent firewall, Http and
email inspection engine to detect port 80 misuses
and email connectivity. IPS feature set with predefi
Support Content filtering
MD-5 route authentication for RIP, OSPF and
BGP
Shall support multi-level of access
SNMPv3 authentication, SSHv2
AAA support using Radius.
CHAP authentication for P-to-P links
DoS prevention through TCP Intercept & DDoS
protection
IP Access list to limit Telnet and SNMP access to
router
Multiple privilege level authentications for console
and telnet access through Local database or
through an external AAA Server.
Time based & Dynamic ACLs for controlled
forwarding based on time of day for offices
IEEE 802.1x support for MAC address
authentication
Multi-media support:
Shall support Voice capabilities
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2
Codec support for G.711 and G.729
Should support the capability to integrate with
PBXs using E1 connectivity.
3
Shall support H.323, SIP, MGCP
Shall support QSIG, E1 R2 and several CAS
signaling
Should have in-built voice call processing in the
event of WAN link failure to central call processing
Engine capabilities for xx IP Phones
Shall support bandwidth optimization features like
Voice Activity Detection, Silence Suppression,
Echo cancellation
Should not consume more than 14-15Kbps of
bandwidth (including overheads) for a single voice
over IP call
Debug, alarms & Diagnostics:
Support for monitoring of Traffic flows for Network
planning and Security purposes
Trace-route, Ping and extended Ping
Should support extensive support for SLA
monitoring for metrics like delay, latency, jitter,
packet loss, RTP-Based VoIP traffic and should
support the capability for measurement of the call
setup time using H.323/SIP signaling protocol over
IP network.
Shall support embedded event manager that
enables automation of many network management
tasks and directs the operation of router OS to
increase availability, collect information, and notify
external systems or personnel about critical events
Accounting:
Packet & Byte Counts
Start Time Stamp & End Time Stamps.
Network Time Protocol
Input & Output interface ports.Type of service,
TCP Flags & Protocol
Source & Destination IP addresses
Source & Destination TCP/UDP ports
Management
Shall have support for Web, GUI based
management, CLI, Telnet and SNMPv3
Shall support Secure Shell for secure connectivity.
Embedded RMON support for four groups –
history, statistics, alarms and events
Should have to support Out of band management
through Console and an external modem for
remote management.
Event and System logging: Event and system
history logging functions shall be available. The
Router shall generate system alarms on events.
Facility to put selective logging of events onto a
separate hardware here the analysis of log shall
be available.
Pre-planned scheduled Reboot Facility: The
Router shall support the preplanned timed reboot
to upgrade their hardware to a new software
feature and plan the rebooting as an off-peak time
Interface Requirements:
2 * E1 WAN interface Ports. 2 x GB Ethernet Port
2 * VoIP users with software and IP Phone.
Miscellaneous
WITH POWER CABLE, LAN CABLE(S),
AUXILIARY AND CONSOLE CABLES, V.35
20
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2
3
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5
24200
1210
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CABLE
4.4
8
LEASED LINE MODEMS (G.703 and V.35 pair)
FEATURE
G.SHDSL Modem
Line Interface
2 Wire
Line Coding
TC - PAM
Line Rate
rate adaptive/fixed
Impedence
135 ohms
Standards
ITU-T 991.2, ETSI 101 524
RANGE
2 WIRE 4.5 KM @ 2048Kb/s
on 26 AWG
Protection
As Per ITU K.21, UL 1950
Line
RJ-45 and 5-clip terminal block
Connectors
DTE
Built in Ethernet interface for
INTERFACE
mangement/Lan extension
Type
X.21, 15-pin, D-type, female
V.35, 34-pin, female /
G.703/G.704 E1, RJ-45 or BNC
IR-ETH/Q (Ethernet bridge with
4 port Switch)
VLAN support), RJ-45
IR-IP (IP router), RJ-45
Data Rate
Depends on the DTE/line
interface type and clock mode:
2-wire: 64–2304 kbps
E1 Coding
HDB3
E1 Line
120Ω, balanced - 75Ω,
Impedance
unbalanced
Control Port
V.24/RS-232, DTE/DCE
Interface
Format
Baud Rate
Connector
Management
Remote Config
GENERAL
Timing
Diagnostics
7 or 8 bits; odd, even or no
parity
9.6, 19.2, 38.4, 57.6, 115.2
kbps
9-pin, D-type, female
SNMP ,Web ,Telnet ,Dial in &
Dial outInband via dedicated
time Slots
Yes, Fully configurable
Internal, from internal
oscillator
External, from attached DTE
Receive, from received signal
Loopbacks:
Local analog loopback in
compliance with ITU V.54
Remote digital loopback in
compliance with ITU V.54
Remote Loop Back at SHDSL
repeater
System monitoring &
diagnostics of both the units
from one place through
management.
Local Port monitoring &
diagnostics of both the units
from one place
21
0
25410
203280
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1
Statistics
Collection
Alarm Relay
Power
Performance
monitoring
Environment
Indicator
4.5
4.6
2
E1 with CRC-4 or T1 with ESF
framing: per ITU G.706 E1
without CRC-4 or T1 with SF
framing: bipolar violations
(BPV) SHDSL performance
Alarms (real time) are relayed
via a dedicated connector
Same Power Supply for both
AC & DC Power.
AC: 100 to 240 VAC (±10%),
50 to 60 Hz, 17 VA max
DC: -48 VDC (-36 to -72 VDC),
7W (4-wire), 5W (2-wire)
G.SHDSL statistics collection
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6
7
3
4
5
8=7*3
22
26620
1331
0
27951
614922
70800
3540
0
74340
1412460
E1 with CRC-4: per ITU G.706
E1 without CRC-4: BPV
Temperature: 0-50°C/32–122°F
Power , Transmit Data, Sync
Status, Loss od E1 Sync, Test
etc
LAN Extender
2-wire managed modem with full-duplex data
rates of up to 5.7 Mbps over 2-wire
SHDSL bonding – for EFM: PAF according to
IEEE802.3, for HDLC: M-Pair according
to G.991.2
EFM Bonding Per IEEE802.3ah and ITU-T
G.991.2 (for Ethernet only) Line code: 16 or 32
TC-PAM
4-port 10/100BaseT interface with integrated
switch
simple installation & SNMP based management
Line Rate For EFM: 192 to 5696 kbps in steps
of n x 64 kbps for each 2-wires For HDLC: 192 to
22784 kbps in steps of nx 64 where n = 89 for 2W
and 178 for 4W
Frame Size : For EFM: 1580 bytes , For HDLC:
1530 bytes (while working with E1 or opposite
repeaters)
Dual Bearer mode for E1 and Ethernet HDLC
over 2-wire lines
EDGE / DEPARTMENT/ BUILDING SWITCH
Physical Specification:
Should be rack mountable with 20-port
10/100/1000Mbps and 4 1000BaseT or SFP slots
General Specification:
Switch with 32 Gbps Switching Fabric
19
35.7 million packets per second forwarding rate
on 64-byte packets
8000 MAC address supported
255 IGMP groups
Should support Redundant Power Supply
Layer-2 Features
IEEE 802.1Q VLAN encapsulation. Up to 255
VLANs per switch and upto 4000 VLAN IDs
Support for Automatic Negotiation of Trunking
Protocol, to help minimize the configuration &
errors
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2
Centralized VLAN Management. VLANs created
on the Core Switches should be propagated to all
the other switches automatically, thus reducing the
overhead of creating / modifying / deleting VLANs
in all the switches in turn eliminating the
configuration err
Spanning-tree PortFast for fast convergence
802.1d, 802.1p, 802.1Q, 802.1s, 802.1w, 802.1x,
802.1ab, 802.3ad,
Spanning-tree root guard to prevent other edge
switches becoming the root bridge.
IGMP snooping v1, v2 and v3
Link Aggregation Protocol (LACP)
Support for Detection of Unidirectional Links and
to disable them to avoid problems such as
spanning-tree loops
Should be able to discover the neighboring device
of the same vendor giving the details about the
platform, IP Address, Link connected through etc,
thus helping in troubleshooting connectivity
problems.
Support for Switch port auto recovery (err disable)
to automatically re-enable a link that is disabled
because of a network error.
Should support Multicast VLAN registration
Should support DHCP Server enabling a
convenient deployment option for the assignment
of IP addresses in networks that do not have
without a dedicated DHCP server
Should support Local Proxy Address Resolution
Protocol (ARP) works in conjunction with Private
VLAN Edge to minimize broadcasts and maximize
available bandwidth
Should support LLDP and LLDP-MED including
client location information. Should exchange link
and device information in multivendor networks.
3
Should support configuration rollback to replace
current configuration with any saved configuration
file. Should support link state tracking which
provides layer2 redundancy in the network when
used in conjunction with server teaming.
Support Configurable maximum transmission unit
(MTU) of up to 9000 bytes, with a maximum
Ethernet frame size of 9018 bytes (Jumbo frames)
for bridging on Gigabit Ethernet ports
Support Autosensing speed on 10/100 ports,
Autonegotiating half/full-duplex on all ports and
Auto-MDIX
QoS Features
Per-port broadcast, multicast, and unicast storm
control
Standard 802.1p CoS and DSCP classification
using marking and reclassification on a per-packet
basis by source and destination IP address,
source and destination MAC address, or Layer 4
TCP or UDP port number.
Control- and Data-plane QoS ACLs
No performance penalty for highly granular QoS
functions
Four egress queues per port to enable
differentiated management of up to four traffic
types
Weighted tail drop (WTD) to provide congestion
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2
avoidance
Strict priority queuing mechanisms
Granular Rate Limiting function to guarantee
bandwidth in increments as low as 1 Mbps
3
Rate limiting support based on source and
destination IP address, source and destination
MAC address, Layer 4 TCP and UDP information,
or any combination of these fields, using QoS
ACLs (IP ACLs or MAC ACLs), class maps, and
policy maps.
Support for Asynchronous data flows upstream
and downstream from the end station or on the
uplink using ingress policing and egress shaping.
Up to 64 aggregate or individual policers for per
Fast Ethernet or Gigabit Ethernet port.
Support for Automatic Quality of Service for easy
configuration of QoS features for critical
applications
Network security features
IEEE 802.1x to allow dynamic, port-based
security, providing user authentication
Support for Admission Control features to improve
the network’s ability to automatically identify,
prevent, and respond to security threats and also
to enable the switches to collaborate with thirdparty solutions for security-policy compliance and
enforc
Port-based ACLs (PACLs) for Layer 2 interfaces
to allow application of security policies on
individual switch ports.
Unicast MAC filtering to prevent the forwarding of
any type of packet with a matching MAC address
Unknown unicast and multicast port blocking to
allow tight control by filtering packets that the
switch has not already learned how to forward
IGMP filtering provides multicast authentication by
filtering out no subscribers and limits the number
of concurrent multicast streams available per port.
Support for SSHv2, SNMPv3 to provide network
security by encrypting administrator traffic during
Telnet and SNMP sessions
The switch should support 2 session of Port
Mirroring based on port basis / vlan basis to
support intrusion prevention system deployment in
different VLANs. Should support bidirectional data
on mirror port which allows IDS to take action
when an intruder
Should be able to allow administrators to remotely
monitor ports in a Layer 2 switch network from
any other switch in the same network
RADIUS authentication to enable centralized
control of the switch and restrict unauthorized
users from altering the configuration.
MAC address notification to allow administrators
to be notified of users added to or removed from
the network
DHCP snooping to allow administrators to ensure
consistent mapping of IP to MAC addresses. This
can be used to prevent attacks that attempt to
poison the DHCP binding database, and to rate
limit the amount of DHCP traffic that enters a
switch port.
24
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2
DHCP Interface Tracker (Option 82) to augment a
host IP address request with the switch port ID
3
Port security to secure the access to an access or
trunk port based on MAC address. After a specific
timeframe, the aging feature should remove the
MAC address from the switch to allow another
device to connect to the same port.
Multilevel security on console access to prevent
unauthorized users from altering the switch
configuration
BPDU Guard feature, to shut down Spanning
Tree Protocol PortFast-enabled interfaces when
BPDUs are received to avoid accidental topology
loops.
Spanning-Tree Root Guard (STRG) to prevent
edge devices not in the network administrator's
control from becoming Spanning Tree Protocol
root nodes.
Support for upto 512 access control entries
(ACEs).
Management
CLI support to provide a common user interface
and command set with all routers and switches of
the same vendor
Remote Monitoring (RMON) software agent to
support four RMON groups (history, statistics,
alarms, and events) for enhanced traffic
management, monitoring, and analysis.
Support for RMON groups through the use of a
mirrored port, which permits traffic monitoring of a
single port, a group of ports, or the entire switch
from a single network analyzer or RMON probe
Time-domain reflectometer (TDR) to diagnose
and resolve cabling problems on copper ports
Layer 2 traceroute to ease troubleshooting by
identifying the physical path that a packet takes
from source to destination
Domain Name System (DNS) to provide IP
address resolution with user-defined device names
Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) to reduce the
cost of administering software upgrades by
downloading from a centralized location
Network Timing Protocol (NTP) to provide an
accurate and consistent timestamp to all intranet
switches
Support RMON I and II standards
Support SNMPv1, SNMPv2c, and SNMPv3 and
Telnet interface support delivers comprehensive
in-band management, and a CLI-based
management console provides detailed out-ofband management
Support IPV6 management
Regulatory Compliance
Switch shall conform to UL 60950 or IEC 60950 or
CSA 60950 or EN 60950 Standards
Switch shall conform to EN 55022 ClassA/B or
CISPR22 ClassA/B or CE Class A/B or FCC
ClassA/B Standards
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4,.7
5
6
7
8
2
Following Modules for the Switches with the
above configration are required
1000BASE-SX Module Multi Mode - 4 nos.
1000BASE-LX Module Single Mode - 2 nos.
Lumpsum Maintainence Charges for existing
CISCO ROUTER 2801 with 2 WAN Ports, 2 FXS
ports etc. for 4 years
ONE TIME CONFIGURATION/SETTINGS AS
PER SCOPE MENTIONED in para-2 ‘Scope’ of
the PO.
LIASION CHARGES FOR LEASED LINES TO
BE ARRANGED BY firm (From Nangal to
Ganguwal,Sundernagar, Talwara &
Sundernagar to Slapper, Ganguwal to Kotla)
MAINTAINENCE CHARGES FOR LEASED
LINES
FACILITIES MANAGEMENT SEVICES As per
Annexure-XI
3
Less Total Value for buy-back Equipment (lumpsum) as
per details at Annexure-IX
UNIT
PRICE
inclusive
of Excise,
Custom
Duty,
Freight &
Forwardin
g,Insuran
ce,
Installatio
n&
Commissi
oing
Charges
Total Unit
Price F.O.R
Destination
incl. of
CST/ST,
Service Tax,
,Freight
&Forwardin
g, Custom
Duty,
Insurance,
Installation
&
Commissioi
ng Charges
etc.
Service
Tax (In
Figure)
CST /
ST (In
Figure)
30/09/2011
All figures in Rs.
6
7
4
5
4
2
1
11800
23500
20000
590
1175
1
Total
Amount
F.O.R
Destination
incl. of
CST/ST,
Service
Tax, Freight
&Forwardin
g, Custom
Duty,
Insurance,
Installation
&
Commissioi
ng Charges
etc.
8=7*3
0
0
2060
12390
24675
22060
49560
49350
22060
535692
55176
590868
590868
5
1000
103
1103
5515
5
5000
515
5515
27575
20
Qtr
180000
18540
198540
3970800
S. Total
LS
35000
3605
38605
15171405
38605
Total
15132800
Rs. One hundred fifty one lac thirty two thousand and eight hundred only.
All the equipment except the software, UPS batteries & consumables carry warranty for
five years. The batteries carry warranty for one year.
9.
The Unit rates for passive networking components and labour charges are as under, however
the payment of these shall be made as per actual.
S.
no.
Description of Networking Component (Passive)
UNIT PRICE
inclusive of
Excise,
Custom
Duty,
Insurance,
Installation
&
Commissioi
ng Charges
CST/ST
(In
Figure)
Service
Tax (In
Figure)
Total Unit Price
F.O.R Destination
incl. of CST/ST,
Service Tax,
Freight
&Forwarding,
Custom Duty,
Insurance,
Installation &
Commissioing
Charges etc.
All Figuers in Rs.
a)
b)
c)
UTP CABLE E-CAT 6 E, 500 Mhz( BOX 1000 FT)
JACK PANEL FOR 24 CONNECTS E-CAT6E
METAL RACKS 9U WALL MOUNT
5300
4180
2870
265.00
209.00
143.50
0
0
0
5565.00
4389.00
3013.50
d)
e)
METAL RACKS 42 U FLOOR
DUAL ENDED MOUNTING CORDS 7 ‘ E-CAT6E
79730
3986.50
0
83716.50
f)
g)
h)
DUAL ENDED MOUNTING CORDS 3 ‘ E-CAT6E
SURFACE MOUNT I/O BOX E-CAT6E
6 CORE OPTICAL FIBRE MULTIMODE CABLE
(ARMOURED-OUTDOOR) OM3 50/125 MICROMETER
PER METER
6 CORE OPTICAL FIBRE SINGLEMODE CABLE
(ARMOURED-OUTDOOR) 9/125 MICROMETER PER
METER
LIGHT INTERFACE UNIT (LIU) 24 PORT
LIGHT INTERFACE UNIT (LIU) 12 PORT
SC COUPLER FOR COUPLING
SC CONNECTION PANEL
SC MM CONNECTORS
150
120
150
100
7.50
6.00
7.50
5.00
0
0
0
0
157.50
126.00
157.50
105.00
25
1.25
0
26.25
2970
1980
130
500
220
148.50
99.00
6.50
25.00
11.00
0
0
0
0
0
3118.50
2079.00
136.50
525.00
231.00
i)
j)
k)
l)
m)
n)
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Dated :
30/09/2011
9.
The Unit rates for passive networking components and labour charges are as under, however
the payment of these shall be made as per actual.
S.
no.
Description of Networking Component (Passive)
o)
p)
q)
r)
s)
t)
u)
v)
w)
CLAMPS
BLANK PANEL
LC-SC Patch Cords duplex 3M/10Ft Multimode
SC CONNECTOR SM
SC COUPLER FOR COUPLING SM
LC-SC PATCH CORD 3M/10FT SM
BUFFER TUBBING KIT
AVAYA/EQ. CERTIFICATION PER NODE (UTP)
FIBRE CERTIFICATION PER CORE
JOB DESCRIPTION/LABOUR WORK
LIU FIXING
CONNECTRIZATION OF FIBRE
JACK PANEL FIXING
RACK PANEL FIXING wall mount
FIBRE OPTICS CABLE LAYING(UNDERGROUND) /
CRIMPING/ CONDUITING CHARGES INCL GI PIPE
(GRADE-B)/m
FIBRE OPTICS CABLE LAYING(UNDER THE ROAD) /
CRIMPING/ CONDUITING CHARGES INCL GI PIPE
(GRADE-B) /m
FIBRE OPTICS CABLE LAYING(OVERHEAD) /
CRIMPING/ CONDUITING CHARGES /m
UTP CABLE LAYING , CRIMPING / CONDUITING
CHARGES INCLUDING PVC PIPE. FITTING ETC./m
UTP CABLE LAYING (UNDER GROUND), CRIMPING/
CONDUITING CHARGES INCLUDING GI PIPE (GRADEB), FITTINGS ETC./m
UTP CABLE LAYING (UNDER THE ROAD), CRIMPING/
CONDUITING CHARGES INCLUDING GI PIPE (GRADEB), FITTINGS ETC./m
FIBER SPLICING Per Core
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
k)
UNIT PRICE
inclusive of
Excise,
Custom
Duty,
Insurance,
Installation
&
Commissioi
ng Charges
CST/ST
(In
Figure)
Service
Tax (In
Figure)
Total Unit Price
F.O.R Destination
incl. of CST/ST,
Service Tax,
Freight
&Forwarding,
Custom Duty,
Insurance,
Installation &
Commissioing
Charges etc.
10
500
1040
220
180
1040
2000
200
400
0.50
25.00
52.00
11.00
9.00
52.00
100.00
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
20.60
41.20
10.50
525.00
1092.00
231.00
189.00
1092.00
2100.00
220.60
441.20
100
300
150
150
150
0
0
0
0
0
10.30
30.90
15.45
15.45
15.45
110.30
330.90
165.45
165.45
165.45
190
0
19.57
209.57
120
0
12.36
132.36
20
0
2.06
22.06
140
0
14.42
154.42
180
0
18.54
198.54
350
0
36.05
386.05
The above prices are FOR destination, inclusive of excise, customs duty, CST/ST, service tax,
Insurance, Installation, testing and commissioning at site, freight handling & forwarding as per the
present rate of taxes. The octroi / other duties & taxes, if any, shall be paid extra as per actual as per
Clause 8(b) of Annexure-XII.
2.
2.1
SCOPE
HARDWARE & SOFTWARE
This scope covers design, manufacture/assembly, testing at supplier’s works before despatch,
supply and installation/commissioning of the equipment (Servers, Routers, Switches, UPS and
other connected equipment and System Software) for installation at various BBMB offices &
integration of these in the existing LAN/WAN (The present schematic network diagram is
attached at Annexure-I) .
The broad scope of work to be undertaken shall be
2.1.1
a)
b)
c)
d)
To supply, install and commission the Servers, Software, Networking Equipment, UPSs & other
equipment.
To set up and commission the Local Area Network segments including laying, crimping and
terminating of the OFC and UTP Cables.. The proposed network diagram is placed at
Annexure-II. The OFC network segments to be laid at Slapper are placed at Annexure-III. The
estimated plan for laying UTP cables at various locations is placed at Annexure-IV. The
specification for network cabling is placed at Annexure-V.
The wireless based network connectivity is being proposed for various BBMB offices where
leased line links are not feasible e.g. between BBMB Computer Centre Nangal & Bhakra
powerhouses, BBMB Computer Centre Talwara & Pong Power House etc through a separate
service provider. The configuration for these LAN Segments into the BBMB LAN/WAN setup
shall have to be installed/ commissioned. The proposed wireless connectivity diagram is placed
at Annexure-VI.
All the necessary settings in the software/Hardware for setting up & commissioning of extended
LAN segments shall be part of the work.
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e)
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
k)
l)
7/EDP/COMP/106
Dated :
30/09/2011
Assigning of various TCP/IP & other addresses (to be provided by Purchaser), making of sub
networks & assigning addresses shall be done in such a way so as to avoid any conflicts etc.
In case any changes in the LAN & Hardware/Software presently operational at Chandigarh,
Nangal, Sundernagar, Panipat, Jamalpur & Talwara Computer Centres are required to be made,
the same shall be the responsibility of the firm to do & keep it operational.
The firm shall provide complete system software support on various issues like installation & reinstallation, networking aspects, re-loading of various software’s etc or any other as may be
required to keep the systems in perfect operating condition.
The firm shall have to configure/install the Forefront Threat Management Gateway 2010 on the
Win-2008 server and migrate the existing proxy server account operating on ISA 2004 Proxy
Server.
The firm shall have to install & configure GPS based Network Time Server & Install antenna at
the roof top of 4 storied building at Chandigarh. All the servers & computers shall be time
synchronized with this.
Presently the ORACLE 10G database stands installed on the BBMB Server. The firm shall have
to install the ORACLE 10G on the new blade server being procured at Chandigarh & migrate the
existing Oracle data from old server to the new database server. It is also proposed to install a
server at Sector-19, which shall act as backup server to the Oracle server. The firm shall have to
install Oracle 10G on this server & configure process to automate the data replication between
Oracle 10G Server at Data Centre to Sector-19 Server.
Two blade servers are proposed to be used as Application Server(AS) in High Availability
(HA)mode. The firm shall have to install & configure the AS to work in HA mode.
The following applications / software’s are proposed to be run of these blade servers.
i.
ii.
iii.
iv.
v.
vi.
vii.
viii.
ix.
x.
xi.
xii.
Domain Controller
Additional Domain Controller
Forefront TMG 2010
GPS based Network Time Server
Application Server
Database Server
Web Server
Exchange Server
Websense
Gateway AntiVirus
System Management Server for patch management
Source Code Version Control Software
All these functionalities shall have to be installed on these servers using virtualization.
2.2
2.2.1
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
SERVICES
Presently, Database Servers and Domain Controllers are located at four major locations i.e.
Chandigarh, Nangal, Sundernagar & Talwara. The implementation of the BBMBs security
policies & procedures, 3-tier web enabled application software packages etc requires a Master
Domain Controller for BBMB and all the nodes/machines on BBMB LAN/WAN shall login to this
controller as a result of which a user can login and access data/information pertaining to different
locations / applications depending upon his rights/permissions. Each of the computer centres
shall have an Additional Domain Controller which shall always be in sync with the Master
Domain Controller. The MS Exchange Server shall be installed & integrated with the master
domain controller at Chandigarh (SLDC Complex). The same is also to be installed/ configured
at Nangal, Talwara & Sundernagar. Besides this, configuration changes as per security policies
etc are required to be carried out on Servers, Routers and other critical devices. The broad
scope is as under (Refer Network Diagram at Annexure-II):
Creation of De-militarized Zone
Design of Windows 2008 based Active Directory(AD) for Root/Master Domain Controller & its
implementation at six other Additional Domain Controller locations
Installation/ implementation of Centralized AD & Exchange 2010 Server at Data Centre &
migration of existing Accounts from Exchange 2003
Implementation of BBMB Information Security Policies & Procedures
Installation & Implementation of Exchange Server at other 3 locations (so that local mails are
distributed from these)
Joining of Desktops (Both existing about 300 with Windows-XP & 300 new being procured
separately) to domain & migrating to new exchange solution.
Implementation of the Hardening document of BBMB for Servers, Routers etc.
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30/09/2011
The broad configuration & other changes required to be made & implemented are briefly described
below:
Nangal
Sundernagar
Talwara
Panipat
Jamalpur
Chandigarh
1.
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
Creation of Demilitarized Zones for isolating critical
Servers/Devices from rest of the BBMB network.
√
2.
Setting up of Master Domain Controller
√
3.
Creation Setting up of Additional Domain Controller.
4.
Synchronization of Additional Domain Controllers with Master
Domain Controller
5.
6.
Create users & Login -IDs
Setting up of Group Policies Comprising
a) Password Policy
b) Desktop Policy
c) User Management Policy
d) Access Control Policy etc etc
Creation of Home folders for each user & assigning quotas,
permissions etc.
Integrate the TMG 2010 with the domain controller & grant users
access
Integrate the main MS Exchange Server with the controller &
create/migrate all users’ mailboxes
7.
8.
9.
10
11
12
Integrate all servers with the Domain Controller (Oracle, SQL,
IIS, Antivirus Server) etc
Installing MS Exchange server at every Additional Domain
Controller
Configuring Mail (synchronized) for Senior Management to
reside on Desktop and Exchange Server
√
√
√
√
√
Sec-19
Description
SLDC
(Data
Centre)
Sr.
No.
√
√
√
√
√
13
Implementation of single sign-on or transparent authentication
√
14
Joining of the desktops to the domain
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
15
Implementation of E-mail policy on the Exchange Server
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
16
Creation of VLAN for servers
√
17
Setting up of a Patch Management Server with a console
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
18
Adding all the nodes to the Patch Management Server &
ensuring updation of nodes to happen successfully/automatically
Server/Critical Network Devices hardening to be implemented as
per hardening documents of BBMB
Implementation of Network Management Policy
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
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2.2.2
The following software products/ security solutions are being procured separately & shall be got
installed on the server being procured at BBMB.
i.
Websense for URL filtering
ii.
Appliance based firewall system
iii.
Gateway AntiVirus
iv.
Desktop based Antivirus
v.
SMS
The firm shall have to provide support on the above products during the warranty period along
with the services listed at para 2.2 above & as mentioned in detailed technical specifications for the
scope of work for Faclilties Management Services (Annexure- X).
2.2.3
The firm shall have to provide support on all the issue mentioned in para 2.2. above during the
warranty period.
2.3
FACILITIES MANAGEMENT SERVICES
2.3.1 The firm shall have to provide Facilities Management Services (FMS) for a period of five years as
per scope defined in Annexure-X. The firm shall provide experienced qualified resident service
engineers (Two Nos) for FMS at the BBMB Data Centre. The engineers will be deployed during the
working hours of BBMB (9.00 AM – 5 PM) on all working days (Monday to Friday). The support in odd
hours or on holidays will be extended subject to requirement of BBMB. Support at other locations where
there are no resident engineers will be coordinated from Chandigarh Data Centre and/or may have to
visit the location, if required. In case, additional manpower is required for maintaining the uptime in any
emergency, the same shall be made available.
The terms & conditions of the Facilities Management Services are given at Annexure-IX.
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Dated :
30/09/2011
DELIVERY PERIOD
i)
ii)
The supply, installation & commissioning of Servers(Sr.No. 1.1 to 1.8), Software (Sr. no.
2) and UPS’s (Sr.No. 3) shall be completed within 20 weeks from the date of receipt of
order including one-time configuration changes / settings as per scope mentioned
in para-2 above..
The networking components including cabling within 20 weeks from the date of approval
of cable laying plan. The detailed plan shall be prepared by the firm’s representatives
within 4 weeks from the date of receipt of order & submitted for approval of the
purchaser. The delay in the submission of drawings/plan by the supplier shall also
invite the levy of penalty as specified in the Penalty Clause 5 of General Terms &
Conditions of PO.
For delay in delivery, penalty charges shall be levied as per clause 5 (penalty charges) of General
Terms & Conditions of PO given in Annexure-XII. The delivery of the equipment and software shall be
taken at various offices of BBMB located at Chandigarh, Nangal, Talwara and Sundernagar as given at
Annexure-XI.
4.
TERMS OF PAYMENT
4A.
For equipment except one-time services, passive networking components & Labour
Charges
100% advance payment against Bank documents will be made on proof of despatch of material
by the Rail/Road (for short-listed firms and public sector undertakings by any road transporter,
for others by bankers approved transporter). Before allowing 100% advance payment against
bank documents, a Bank Guarantee of the value of 10% of contract price shall be submitted,
which shall remain valid for a period of one year from the date of final execution of the contract.
The bank guarantee shall be furnished by the firm one month before the commencement of
delivery.
4B.
For one-time services / configuration changes
100 % payment of one-time configuration changes/ settings as per scope mentioned in para2.1.1 & para 2.2.1 above shall be made after completion of this scope.
4C
For passive networking components and labour charges
i. 70% payment shall be made upon receipt of material (passive networking components) at
site in good condition.
ii. 10% out of balance 30% payment of passive networking components and 90% payment of
labour charges shall be released after completion of cabling, termination work etc.
iii. The balance 20% payment of passive networking components subject to adjustment as per
actuals and balance 10% payment of labour charges shall be made after measurement &
pentascanning testing (deemed date of commissioning) of all the networks.
iv. The payment of Avaya/Equivalent certification shall be made after the certificate is received &
shall not be linked with the payment at S.No. i, ii and iii above.
4D
For Facility Management Services
The payment for Facilities Management Services shall be paid quarterly for a total life cycle of
five years.
5.
DETAILS OF EXISTING EQUIPMENT FOR BUY-BACK
The technical details and quantities of the existing equipment to be returned under buy-back are
placed at Annexure-VIII. This equipment is presently in use at BBMB offices at Chandigarh, Nangal,
Talwara and Sundernagar & elsewhere and the same shall be removed/taken back after the new
machine has been installed and data has been transferred/copied on the new machines.
6.
DESPATCH INSTRUCTIONS
The material duly insured and freight on pre paid basis shall be despatched as per distribution
mentioned in Annexure-XI under intimation to the System Software Manager, SLDC Complex, Ind. Area
Phase-1, BBMB, Chandigarh-1600 02 and Sr. Accounts Officer (P), Sector-19B, Madhya Marg, BBMB
Chandigarh-160019.
7.
DETAILED TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
The detailed technical specifications (guaranteed technical particulars (GTP)) of the Servers,
Software, Networking Equipment & Power conditioning equipment shall be as per Annexure-VII. The
detailed Specifications for Facilities Management Services (FMS) shall be as per Annexure-X. However,
in case any equipment / software offered become end of sale / obsolete, latest equipment /
software higher or meeting at least the minimum specifications of BBMB shall be supplied.
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i.
ii.
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Dated :
30/09/2011
COMPLETENESS OF EQUIPMENT
Any fittings and accessories which may not have been specifically mentioned in the Purchase
Order, but which are necessary for installation, commissioning & operation of the equipment,
shall be supplied without any extra cost.
The LAN cabling will be considered complete only when it has been fully tested with pentascanner & is ready for connection with server & computer.
9.
SITE PREPRATION
The sites where the equipment is to be installed are ready in all respect. The suppliers shall
check up all pertinent requirements at the sites and advise any addition/alteration/modification, if any,
prior to the installation of the equipment.
10.
RESPONSIBILITY OF DESIGN
The firm shall assume full responsibility for adequate design for the duty entailed to ensure
trouble free long service under tropical conditions and shall use such arrangements, circuits and
materials as conform to the best engineering practices for the operating conditions specified.
11.
INSTALLATION AND COMMISSIONING
The firm shall be fully responsible for the installation and commissioning of the equipment,
software and other peripherals without any extra cost, within the delivery period.
12.
PERFORMANCE BANK GUARANTEE AND WARRANTY DEED
The supplier shall execute the Warranty Deed and Performance Bank Guarantee as provided in
Clause 13&14 of General Terms and Conditions (Annexure-XII). The said Guarantee/Warranty Deed
shall be furnished by the supplier on the standard Performa given at Annexure -XIII (a) & XIII (b). The
Performance Bank Guarantee and Warranty deed shall be furnished by the supplier prior to supply of
equipment without which no payment shall be released.
13.
WARRANTY
i.
The firm shall give five-year free comprehensive on-site Warranty for the equipment except
software for which it shall be 3 months media warranty from the date of commissioning and
in addition shall be governed by the warranty clause (Clause :12, Annexure -XII - General
Terms & Conditions of Purchase order).
ii. The firm shall ensure 95% uptime computed on monthly basis for all the items during
warranty period of five years. If the up-time during warranty period is less than the specified
limit, the warranty period for that item shall be extended by the same period by which the
up-time falls short of this limit.
14.
DRAWING, LITERATURE AND MANUALS
The firm shall provide complete set of drawings/sketches, literature, and manuals for insallation
and use of the computer system.
15.
EARNEST MONEY/SECURITY DEPOSIT
The earnest money deposited by the firm amounting to Rs. 2, 00,000/- (Rs. Two Lac only) vide
DD No. 231794 dated 23/5/2011 with the bid shall be converted into Security Deposit immediately on
the receipt of the acceptance of the purchase order and shall be retained as a guarantee for faithful and
satisfactory execution of the Purchase Order and shall be refunded after expiry of warranty period
provided nothing is due from supplier on any account. However, the earnest money/security deposit
furnished by the firm shall be forfeited, in part or in full, under the following circumstances:a)
If the firm withdraws his tender at any stage during the currency of his validity period, his earnest
money shall stand forfeited in full.
b)
If the P.O. has been issued but the supplier refuses to comply with it, the earnest money
deposited by him shall be forfeited in full, irrespective of the fact whether the Board sustains any
loss on account of his default or not. This forfeiture shall be without prejudice to the right of the
Board to claim any other damages as admissible under the law as well as to take such executive
action against the supplier as black listing, etc.
c)
Where the purchase order has been accepted but the supplier stops making the supplies after
partially fulfilling the purchase order, the security deposit shall be retained and adjusted against
any loss that may be caused to the Board through risk purchase from alternative source and/ or
any other damage recoverable from the supplier under the terms of the contract.
d)
In the event of a breach of contract in any manner, the security deposit shall be forfeited and
adjusted against the claim of the Board on the supplier for any damage or for any loss sustained
by the Board on account of such breach.
16.
METHOD OF RAISING INVOICE
i.)
Invoices/bills for all payments shall be prepared in triplicate by the supplier out of which
original copy (duly stamped and pre-receipted) and one spare copy alongwith despatch
documents shall be sent to the Sr. Accounts Officer, BBMB, Sector 19-B Madhya Marg,
Chandigarh. The third copy alongwith copy of despatch documents/challan shall be sent
to the consignee. The Supplier shall give at least a week’s notice before despatch of
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equipment to the Sr. Accounts Officer,Sector-19, BBMB, Chandigarh so that he could
make necessary arrangement for funds for releasing payment.
The despatch documents shall consist of:
a)
Copy of invoice.
b)
Despatch Notes/challan showing the amount due, brief description of the material,
special marking thereon if possible.
c)
Railway receipt/Airways bill/Transport Goods receipt.
d)
Certificate for central sales tax, if claimed.
e)
Copy of despatch authorisation/inspection report.
The terms and conditions of this purchase order are enclosed at Annexure-XII.
Two copies of the purchase order are enclosed herewith. You are requested to acknowledge the
receipt. A copy of the purchase order will be returned after signing each and every page of P.O. by
the authorized representative of the firm in token of the unconditional acceptance of the purchase
order. The firm shall also furnish documentary evidence that the signatory is an authorized
representative of the firm.
मु य अिभयंता / उ पादन
.
Encl: 1.
Annexure-I.II.III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, XI,
XII, XIII(a), XIII(b).
2.
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Two copies of Purchase Order
EXISTING BBMB NETWORK
ANNEXURE -I
PANIPAT SE/O&M
Office Complex & XEN
O&M COMPLEX LAN
CHANDIGARH, BBMB,
Sectt. Bldg. Server &
LAN
Internet
Bandwidth from
NIC
ROUTER-1760v
ROUTER-1760
APPROX DIST FOR OFC 550 M
CHANDIGARH,
SLDC Bldg. LAN
ISDN Router Server
JAMALPUR
SE/O&M Office
Complex LAN
ROUTER 3640
ROUTER-1760v
Bldg. -1
ISDN Link
Bldg. -2
ROUTER-1760v
Bldg. -3
Bldg. -4
ROUTER-1760v
ROUTER-1760v
NANGAL Computer
Centre LAN Server
ISDN Link
ISDN Link
SUNDERNAGAR
LAN Server
Bldg. -5
TALWARA LAN
Server
Bldg. -4
Bldg. -5
Bldg. -6
Bldg. -1
Bldg. -2
Bldg. -4
Bldg. -1
Bldg. -3
Remote Offices connect to BBMB Server thru ISDN Dialup Links
Bldg. -2
Bldg. -3
Leased Line
OFC Connection
Within each Bldg. UTP Cable has been laid.
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PROPOSED BBMB NETWORK DIAGRAM
ISDN Line Connections
Internet
Punjabibagh
Delhi
1 Mbps Leased Line
Dhulkote
Router Chandigarh
Hisar
Jagadhri
Kurukshetra
Jalandhar
Kakanagar, Delhi
Firewall
Ballabhgarh
Datacenter
Intranet
DMZ 1(DC,ADC, Database, Antivirus & Patch
Management server, SMS Server)
DMZ 2(Proxy & Exchange server)
Router
Chandigarh
Sector 19 Chandigarh
Jamalpur LAN
Sundernagar LAN (Gigabit OFC LAN within Local
Buildings
Panipat LAN
(Gigabit OFC LAN
within Local
Buildings)
Slapper Office Complex LAN (Wireless
connectivity Inside the LAN)
Talwara LAN (Gigabit OFC
LAN within Local Buildings)
Nangal LAN (Gigabit OFC LAN within Local
Buildings)
Pong Power House
LAN
Kotla LAN
Ganguwal LAN
Bhakra Power
Houses LAN
Leased Lines (existing)
Some local offices connect thru iSDN dialup
Wireless Connectivity
Leased Lines (proposed)
Ethernet LAN
Irrigation Wing, Talwara Store
LAN
Annexure-III
PROPOSED OFC LAYING
Workshop Division
Nangal
Exi
st
XEN/CC Divn
ing
OF
C
k
Brea
h
t
i
W
FC
in O
Computer
Centre Nangal
NANGAL
OFC Overhead
SE O&M Slapper
Building Complex
XEN/Slapper /AO
Slapper Building
Complex
SLAPPER
Wireless Connectivity
Leased Lines (proposed)
Ethernet LAN
Annexure-IV
PROPOSED UTP CABLE LAYING
UTP Cable Laying at following locations
Nangal (Incl Bhakra, Ganguwal, Kotla)
-
50 Points
Sundernagar (Incl Slapper, Pandoh)
-
30 Points
Talwara (Incl Pong Power House)
-
30 Points
Chandigarh Boards Office & SLDC,
Complex
-
20 Points
Annexure-V
SPECIFICATION FOR NETWORK CABLING
1.
The LAN segments are proposed to be set up at Chandigarh, Nangal, Dhulkote, Slapper & Delhi.
The bidder, if so desired, may visit the sites of BBMB at his own cost before submitting the bid.
The approximate quantity of networking components has been worked out.
2.
TESTING
The entire network & networking shall be thoroughly tested to ensure that the as-built
performance meets the requirements specified herein and such other specifications referenced
either explicitly or implicitly herein.
Installation testing shall be carried out in accordance with a formal test plan submitted to BBMB.
Test results shall be forwarded to BBMB, highlighting all anomalies, to demonstrate that the
performance of the installed cabling is satisfactory. Inspection and testing of these parameters by
BBMB, or waival thereof, does not relieve the Contractor of responsibility for testing the
parameters listed.
The testing shall be as per AVAYA or equivalent standards. If network is tested for certification
other than AVAYA, then the ‘Testing’ shall be as per approved/recognized test procedures
(TIA/EIA standards).
The testing may generally include the following:
Test Specifications
UTP Cabling
The Contractor shall perform the following tests and calculations for LINK SPECIFICATIONS &
CHANNEL SPECIFICATIONS upon new cabling at completion of the installation. All testing is to
be completed with a standard field tester.
i)
Wire map test c/w Continuity, polarity and pair assignment of all pairs in a cable run;
ii)
Length;
iii)
DC loop resistance;
iv)
Attenuation;
v)
Near end crosstalk (NEXT) loss;
vi)
Attenuation/Crosstalk Ratio (ACR);
vii)
Power sum near end crosstalk (PSNEXT) loss
viii)
Equal level far end crosstalk (ELFEXT);
ix)
Power sum equal level far end crosstalk (PSELFEXT);
x)
Return loss;
xi)
Propagation delay;
xii)
Propagation delay skew.
The above list of tests is only indicative and may include more tests as per the requirements.
The test limits shall be as specified by AVAYA.
Optical Fibre Cabling
The Contractor shall perform the following LINK SPECIFICATION tests and calculations upon all
new cabling at completion of the installation. Transmission characteristics should be recorded
using a recording optical TDR.
a. Length;
b. Multimode modal bandwidth (at 850nm and 1300 nm) for multimode cables;
c. Singlemode modal bandwidth (at 1310nm and 1500 nm) for singlemode cables;
d. Propagation delay;
e. Optical attenuation (Link loss);
f. Return loss;
The measurement method employed for optical fibre cabling shall provide a measure of the loss
at the point of interconnection between the test lead and the OF cable at each end and shall be
submitted to BBMB for approval prior to commencement of testing.
The test limits shall be as specified for Optical fibre links by AVAYA.
Witnessing of Sample Tests
BBMB may require that its representative witnesses samples of the specified cable tests at
random. The choice and selection of the sample cable runs to be witnessed shall be at the sole
discretion of BBMB or its representative. All such tests shall be approved by BBMB before the
completed installation is accepted.
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Where all tests conducted according to the preceding schedule are satisfactory the installation
shall be accepted as complete. Where any item fails to meet specification, the identified defect
shall be remedied and the cable link retested.
DOCUMENTATION
The Contractor shall update all relevant site records and specification documentation, and shall
provide the following documentation, bound, indexed and suitably presented for each site:
Site plan showing the physical location and designation of each cable route, cable ducts and
cable trays ("as built" drawings);
Floor / building layout showing all IO outlet locations, numbering, rack and frame information;
Cable run list showing “A” and “B” end location of each cable room-wise;
Complete set of all test results. These may be presented electronically if there are a large number
of test results. Each set of results shall be clearly identified by the relevant cable run or outlet
designation;
Where cabling is found to be faulty during acceptance testing, the results of both the original
(failed) tests and the final results shall be supplied. Each set shall be clearly identified as the
results before or after corrective work was undertaken;
Documentation of all cabling components used, including manufacturer's part number;
Site certification documentation;
Fault identification and resolution procedures.
Documentation and drawings shall be prepared using a suitable computer drafting program.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
The cable laying should be done in PVC conduits (round/flat) of appropriate size. The supplier
shall be responsible for laying the actual length of cable as per site plans to be got approved from
the purchaser. The payment for the laying shall be as per the actual length used/laid. If any minor
civil works like boring/ making holes in the walls etc are required to be done, the same shall be
carried out by the supplier without any extra cost.
Where the length of cable exceeds 1 metre within a building, the same will be housed in a PVC
conduit. The conduit must be laid along the wall/roof so as to give an aesthetic look. If the cable
has to cross the floor it shall be housed in a GI/PVC pipe and the pipe shall be beneath the floor.
Where the cables are to be laid through open ground including the public road etc, these shall be
protected by housing the same in GI pipe embedded at a depth of not less than ½ metre below
the ground surface with a brick lining underneath the same.
The pit/pathway of the cable shall be documented & drawing handed over to purchaser for future
maintenance.
The joints in the cables are not permitted.
The cable terminating/entering from the ceilings/ground shall be properly sealed so that ants,
rodents, water etc can not damage it.
9.
Compatibility with the present LANs at BBMB offices is a must.
10.
After laying cable, the trenches shall be filled up & recarpetted (premix carpeting of the
roads) by the supplier.
11.
12.
13.
14.
The excavation work may involve various soil conditions such as soft soil, hard soil etc. But for
the purpose of this contract there will be only one classification of soil i.e ordinary soil only.
The RCC/Steel route indicator should be fixed for the OFC cable being laid underground outside
the building at about 100/200 metres or say at each gap point/turns in the pipe line during laying.
Before the work is started, ‘Caution-cum-information’ sign/board shall be positioned by
the bidder where digging is planned.
During the laying of OFC, the firm should take preventive steps to ensure that no accidents take
place & no other cable is damaged. The bidder shall be responsible for payment of compensation
amount to the departments/local bodies concerned for any accident that is caused.
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Annexure-VI
PROPOSED WIRELESS CONNECTIVITY AT BBMB SLAPPER
Ground Based
Tower
OFF Line UPS,
Switch
Surge Shaft
Common Point
Ground Based
Tower
Computer Centre
Sundernagar
Leased Line
to Chandigarh
Media Conv.
Ground Based
Tower
Leased
Line
o/o SE, DPH Circle Slapper
On Line 1KVA UPS, Switch with Fiber Module, UPS
Supply for tower to be extended from this UPS, AUDIO
PORTS
Over Head OFC
250m
Ground Based
Tower
PW Store Slapper (1
Computer),
Switch
LAN Extender
250m Over Head Copper Pair
to be laid
LAN Extender
o/o XEN Slapper & AO Slapper (4 Computers)
On Line 1KVA UPS, Switch with Fiber Module
Legend:-
Mountain
o/o SDO Stores Slapper
(1 Computer)
OFC
Leased Line
Copper Pair (Existing )
UTP Cabling within Dehar Power House and Power Wing Store Building etc.
300m OFC thru
Cable Gallery
Dehar Power House, Slapper,
,
Switch with Fiber Module
On Line 1 KVA UPS
AUDIO PORT
LAN Extender
1000m
LAN Extender
Control Room
Copper Pair
Switchyard DPH Slapper
(1 Computer)
PROPOSED WIRELESS CONNECTIVITY AT BBMB TALWARA
Roof
Top
Ground Based Tower
Beas Dam Building
Complex Talwara
(North/South Bldg)
UPS Supply to be extended
from North/South Block Building
for Tower
Roof Top Based Tower
Ground Based Tower
Computer Centre,
CE/Beas Dam Building
Irrigation Wing Store
Sansarpur
Power Supply to be
extended from OffLine
UPS, Switch
Existing
Power Supply for Tower to be extended
from 1 KVA UPS
Offices
Pong Power House Complex
On Line 1 KVA UPS, Switch Talwara
LAN Extender
<1KM
Existing
Copper Pair
to be used
LAN Extender
Leased Line
to Chandigarh
Existing
Legend:-
Roof
Top
Switchyard PPH
Talwara (1 Computer)
Copper Pair
OFC
UTP Cabling within Pong Power House etc.
LAN Extender
<1.5KM
Copper
Wire to be
laid
LAN Extender
Power Wing
Store Talwara,
Switch
PROPOSED CONNECTIVITY AT BBMB NANGAL,
GANGUWAL & KOTLA
Workshop Division
Nangal
1 KVA ONLINE
Exi
stin
UPS
g
XEN/CC Divn
SWITCH With Fiber M, 1 KVA ONLINE UPS
k
Brea
With C
F
in O
OF
C
Computer
Centre Nangal
Kotla Power House (3 UTP
Points)
Switch 24 Tx, 1
KVA UPS
Leased Line
Leased Line
Shift Engineer/Power
House Ganguwal
<85m UTP
500m
Ganguwal Power
House Switch 24Tx,
Copper Pair
Power Wing Store (2
Computers)
Switch 24Tx,
1 Offline UPS
1 KVA ON LINE UPS
(AEE Maintenance)
LAN Ext.
<85m UTP
XEN O&M/Power
House Ganguwal
600m
LAN Ext.
Copper Pair
MISS Ganguwal (2
Computers) Switch 24Tx, 1
Offline UPS
LAN Ext.
Switchyard Left
Power House
LAN Ext.
750m
Copper Pair
Bhakra Left
Power House
Switch 24Tx
Wireless Connectivity
Legend:-
800m
Copper Pair
Bhakra Right
Power House
800m
Copper Pair
Switch 24Tx
LAN Ext.
LAN Ext.
OFC
Leased Line
Copper Pair (subject to availability)
Wireless Connectivity
UTP Cabling within Bhakra (Left), Bhakra Right, Ganguwal & Kotla Power Houses etc.
Switchyard Right
Power House
(1 Computer)
LAN Ext.
LAN Ext.
PROPOSED WIRELESS CONNECTIVITY AT BBMB NANGAL
Media Conv.
OFF Line UPS, Switch to be housed in a Cabin
to be built under the tower having door with lock
Mountain
HPSEB Tahliwal
Nangal Computer Centre,
Power to be extended from
Nangal Computer Centre
for Tower, AUDIO Port
Leased Line
to Chandigarh
- Existing
Legend:-
OFC
Leased Line
Copper Pair (Existing )
UTP Cabling within Dehar Power House and Power Wing Store Building etc.
Bhakra Right Bank Power
House, Switch with Fiber Module,
On Line 1 KVA UPS, AUDIO Port
GURANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS
Sr.
No
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
3.1
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
S.
No.
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1.1
1.2
- ANNEXURE-VII
Make/ model
Make/Model Offered by HCL Infosystems Ltd.
Blade Servers (Type -1 )
Blade Servers (Type -2 )
Specification for High Performance,GPS
based Network Time Server. (Network
Protocols)
Cabinet/Chassis for Blade Servers with
following configuration
Backup Solution for Servers with the
following details
Rack
HP BL 460 C
HP BL 680 C
Symmetricom S 350
Server (Database)
Server for Talwara, Sundernagar &
Nangal
ON LINE UPS OF 5 KVA RATING WITH
60 MINUTES BACKUP (Including
Batteries ) (TRITRONICS/
AUTORONICA/ APC/ TATA
LIEBERT/NUMERIC MAKE)
ROUTER For Chandigarh
Router For Sundernagar & Nangal
Computer Centres
Router ( For Ganguwal & Slapper)
LEASED LINE MODEMS (G.703 and
V.35 pair)
LAN Extender
HP ML 350/HCL IGL 2701HC
HP ML 350/HCL IGL 2701HC
HP C 7000
HP / SYMMANTEC BACK UP EXEC
HP/HCL
TRITRONICS/AUTORONICA/ NUMERIC/EMERSON
CISCO 3945
CISCO 2911
CISCO 2911
ATRIE WIRESPAN 3000/ANDA TELECOM ATP AM
SPAN 2000 GM
ATRIE WIRESPAN WS 5300/ANDA TELECOM AT
6200
CISCO 2960 S
EDGE / DEPARTMENT/ BUILDING
SWITCH
Guaranteed Technical Particulars
DESCRIPTION
HARDWARE - SERVERS & COMPUTERS
Blade Servers
Blade Servers (Type -1 )
CPU
Server class chipset 5600 Series processors to be configured with two 2.4 GHz, 1333 FSB, 80W Quad-core processor.
Memory
Server should be supplied with 24 GB memory and scalable to 96 GB. The server should provide
Twelve (12) DDR3 Registered or Unbuffered DIMM Memory Slots. Should support Advanced
memory protection technologies like AECC,memory mirroring and memory lockstep mode.
HDD
Should be configured with 2 x 146GB @ 15k rpm SAS drives. The internal storage should be
configured in RAID 1 for OS.
Hard drives to be hot-pluggable and of small form factor.
Storage controller capable of providing RAID 0, 1 configurations with upgradeability to 256 MB
Battery Backed Up Write Cache
Expansion Slots / Ports
Should have a minimum of 2 PCIe based slot and simultaneously host interconnects of Ethernet,FC
fabrics.
Server to provide two network ports for connectivity to Ethernet switch.
Should have Lan-on-Motherboard feature providing 10Gb speeds in the design supporting
technologies in TOE,iSCSI and RDMA
Ports to be available for USB,Network and management
Management
Should provide remote management software capable of providing graphical interface, virtual media
and multi-factor authentication.
Server management software capable of providing role-based security, alerts of critical component
failure (Hard drive, memory, CPU) and notify the same using email, SMS.
Blade Servers (Type -2 )
CPU
Configured with 4 * 6540 Hexa Core processor & scalable to four processor on same chipset with in
the box.
Memory
Server should be supplied with 32 GB memory and scalable to 1TB.Should support Advanced
memory protection technologies like ECC,memory mirroring and memory lockstep mode.
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1.3
- ANNEXURE-VII
HDD
Should be configured with 2 x 146GB @ 15k rpm SAS or SSD drives. The internal storage should be
configured in RAID 1 for OS.
Hard drives to be hot-pluggable and of small form factor.
Storage controller capable of providing RAID 0, 1 configurations with upgradeability to 256 MB
Battery Backed Up Write Cache
Expansion Slots / Ports
Should have a minimum of 4 PCIe based slot and simultaneously host interconnects of Ethernet,FC
fabrics. Server to provide two network ports for connectivity to Ethernet switch.
Should have Lan-on-Motherboard feature providing 10Gb speeds in the design supporting
technologies in TOE,iSCSI and RDMA
Ports to be available for USB,Network and management
Management
Should provide remote management software capable of providing graphical interface, virtual media
and multi-factor authentication.
Server management software capable of providing role-based security, alerts of critical component
failure (Hard drive, memory, CPU) and notify the same using email, SMS.
High Performance,GPS based Network Time Server.
Network Protocols
NTP
(v2-RFC1119.v3- SNMPv1, v2c, v3 (RFC3584)
RFC1305, v4- No RFC)
NTP Unicast, Broadcast, MIB II (RFC1213)
Multicast, Autokey
SNTP
Simple
Network
Time Protocol
(RFC4330)
TIME (RFC868)
DAYTIME (RFC867)
HTTP/SSL/HTTPS
(RFC2616)
SSH/SCP (Internet Draft)
DHCP (RFC2131)
Telnet (RFC854)
MD5 Authentication (RFC1321)
RADIUS (RFC 2865)
SMTP Forwarding
IPv4, IPv6 and IPv4/IPv6 Hybrid
Key management protocols can be individually disabled
LAN 1: Management & Time protocols only
Time protocols; LAN2, 3 &
GbE
Server Performance
7000 NTP requests per second while maintaining accuracy associated with reference time source.
The accuracy is inclusive of all NTP packet delays in and out of the SyncServer as measured at the
network interface. Client synchronization accuracy to server on a LAN is 0.5-2 milliseconds (typical).
The Syncserver easily supports many hundreds of thousands of NTP clients. NTP request handling
capacity remains the same regardless of Stratum level
Stratum 1 via GPS: Overall time stamp accuracy of 7 microseconds to UTC with a variation of less
than 42 microseconds typical
Stratum 1 via Dial-up modem:<50 milliseconds to UTC (<20 ms typcial)
Stratum 2: Peering can be used as the primary mode of operation or as a back up mode in case the
primary reference signals are lost. Time stamp accuracy depends on NTP peer server (s).
Holdover Accuracy/Oscillator Aging
TCXO (Standard)
18 milliseconds/day
<1E-06/month
OCXO (optional)
1 milliseconds/day
<1E-07/month
Rubidium (optional)
6 microseconds/day
<5E-11/month
GPS Receiver/Antenna
12 channel parallel receiver
Minimum
number
of 1 intermittently
satellites for time
GPS Time traceable to UTC (USNO)
Accuracy
<50 ns RMS, 150 ns peak to peak to UTC, ≥4 satellites tracked
Internal Analog Modem
Telecom approved in more than 50 countries
Time Encoding
ACTS, JJY and ITU -R TF583.4
Mechanical / Environmental
Size
1 U rack mount
Power
100-240 VAC, 50-60 Hz, 25 watts
Certifications
FCC, CE (RoHS), UL, PSE
Front Panel
Display
Sharp, high -resolution 32x256 dot-matrix
vaccum-fluorescent. 1, 2 or 4 line
Keypad
0-9 numeric, up down, left, right, ENTER, CLR
TIME, STATUS, MENU. Keypad lockout
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GURANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS
LEDs
Sync
Network
NTP
Alarm
Serial
USB
Rear Panel
Network (4x)
1.4
- ANNEXURE-VII
Time reference status
Network connection status
NTP activity
Fault condition
DB9-F 9600, N, 8, 1
For back up, restore and upgrade operations
1x RJ-45 10 Base-T/100Base-Tx/1000Base-T Gigabit Ethernet
3x RJ-45 10Base-T/100Base-TX Ethernet
Speed/Duplex: Auto, 10/full/half, 100/full/ half
Sysplex
DB9-M RS-232
GPS
BNC L1, 1575 MHz
IRIG in:
BNC IRIG A/B/E/G/NASA36/XR3/2137/IEEE-1344
AM: 1V to 8 V p-p, Zin>5K ohms
DCLS:<1.5 V for logic 0. >2.4 V for logic1
IRIG out:
BNC IRIG A/B/E/G/NASA36/XR3/2137/IEEE-1344
AM: Ratio 3:1 +/- 10%, AMP: 3.5 +/- 0.5 V pp, Z out 50 ohms
DCLS:<0.8 V for logic 0. >2.4 V for logic1, Zout 50 Ohms
1 PPS-in
BNC Rising edge active, TTL into 270 ohms
1 PPS-out
BNC Rising edge on-time, TTL into 50 ohms
10 MHz-in
BNC Sine wave or square wave, 1Vpp to 8Vpp, Zin>50K ohms
10 MHz-out
Sine wave >2Vpp & <6Vpp into 50 ohms
Sine wave>6Vpp & <8Vpp no load
Modem
RJ-11 analog phone jack
Radio
BNC, optional antenna required for operation
Relays
2x, SPDT (Form C)
Cabinet/Chassis for Blade Servers with following configuration
Chassis
Support for full height and half height blades in the same enclosure holding upto 14 Intel Xeon
Servers. Same enclosure should support Intel Xeon/AMD Opteron/RISC/EPIC based blades
Same enclosure should support server, storage and expansion blades to enable consolidation of
hardware .Should support simultaneous housing of Ethernet,FC,iSCSI,IB interconnect fabrics offering
Hot Pluggable & Redundancy as a feature for the mentioned I/O devices
Ethernet Switch
Ethernet Switching Modules to be provided in redundant configuration for Connecting to all the blade
servers to external Switch. Configuration should help minimize the Ethernet Cables
SAS Channel Modules
The Blade Chassis should be configured with redundant SAS SAN Switches.
Management Module
System Management Port to allow simultaneous management access of multiple Blade Servers in
the Chassis.
GUI, console-based deployment server to set up multiple OS and application configurations and
Drag-and-drop servers into configurations
Power Modules
The enclosure should be populated fully with power supplies of the highest capacity available with
the vendor.
Power supplies should support N+N as well as N+1 redundancy configuration, where N is greater
than 1.Should offer choice of a single phase or 3 phase power subsystem for flexibility in connecting
to datacenter power enabled with technologies for lower power consumption.Guaranteeing complete
availability even on failure of any 2 power units across the enclosure.
Cooling
Each blade enclosure should have a cooling subsystem consisting of redundant hot pluggable fans
or blowers enabled with technologies for improved power consumption and acoustics
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GURANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS
- ANNEXURE-VII
Management Software
Should be able to perform comprehensive system data collection and enable users to quickly
produce detailed inventory reports for managed devices. Software should save the Reports for
further analysis.
Should provision for a single console to monitor multiple enclosures
Should support simultaneous remote access for different servers in the enclosure
The management/controlling software's must be from the OEM itself. Management Software
Licenses for a fully populated Blade Enclosure should be given. The software should provide Rolebased (admin, user, operator, etc) security which allows effective delegation of management
responsibilities by giving systems administrator’s granular control.The management software should
provide proactive notification of actual or impending component failure alerts.
Should support automatic event handling that allows notification of failures via e-mail.
Should be able to perform comprehensive system data collection and enable users to quickly
produce detailed inventory reports for managed devices. Software should save the Reports in some
format for further analysis. Should help to proactively identify out-of-date BIOS, drivers, and Server
Management agents and enable the remote update of system software/firmware components. The
server performance monitoring software should be able to detect, analyzes, and explain hardware
bottlenecks. Also it should be able to log the data over time and allow it to replay the same in a short
time frame for performance analysis.
The Deployment software should provide for User friendly GUI/ console-based deployment to set up
and install multiple OS and application configurations in individual blade server.The blade system
should have the capability of managing all the blades in the Enclosures simultaneously capable of
monitoring both physical and virtualized environments with single signon capability for all devices in
the enclosure.
Storage (Internal or External)
Operating System & Clustering Support
The storage array should support industry-leading Operating System platforms including: Windows
2008
Offered Storage Shall support all above operating systems in Clustering.
Capacity & Scalability
The Storage Array shall be offered with 3.0 TB Capacity using 300GB drives.
Storage shall be scalable to minimum of 90 number of drives or greater than 25TB using 300GB SAS
drives.
Front-end Ports
Offered Storage subystem shall have total of 8 number of native SAS ports running at 6Gbps speed.
Back-end
Offered Storage subsystem back-end engine shall be running on latest SAS (6Gbps) loop speed.
Architecture
Offered storage subsystem shall be end to end 6Gbps SAS.
The storage array should support dual, redundant, hot-pluggable, active-active array controllers for
high performance and reliability
No Single point of Failure
Offered Storage Array shall be configurable in a No Single Point of configuration including Array
Controller card, Cache memory, FAN, Power supply etc.
1.5
Disk Drive Support
Offered Storage Array shall support minimum 146/ 300 / 450/ 600GB hot-pluggable Enterprise SAS
hard drives along with S-ATA (1000 & 2000GB) drives.
For green datacenter initiative, Storage subsystem disks shall support Spin down feature for drives
Cache
Offered Storage Array shall be given with Minimum of 2GB cache per controller in a single unit after
removing the operating system overhead.
Cache shall be backed up in case of power failure for indefinite time either using batteries or
capacitors or
Raid Support
Offered Storage Subsystem shall support Raid 0, 1 , 1+0 , 3, 5, 5+0 and Raid 6 with Dual Parity
Protection
Global and dedicated Hot Spare
Offered Storage Array shall support Global hot Spare for offered Disk drives.
Storage subsystem shall also have the flexibility to assign dedicated spare for raid sets.
Logical Volume
Storage Subsystem shall support minimum of 512 Logical Units.
Backup Solution for Servers with the following details
Autoloader with one LTO-4 tape drive with rack mount kit,
Number of Drives : 1
Number of Slots : 8
Capacity (native) : 6.4 TB
Capacity (compressed) : 12.8 TB
Performance (maximum, native) : 432 GB/h
Performance (maximum, compressed) : 864 GB/h
Interface : Ultra 320 SCSI LVD, SAS 3Gb/s
Cartridge Loading : 2 Magazines
Form Factor : 1U
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GURANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS
- ANNEXURE-VII
Remote Management (Web GUI) : System Status, Drive Operations, Remote Diagnostics, Remote
Management
Certification Marks CE, UL, C-UL, GS / TÜV, VCCI, C-Tick
10 Data Media, 1 Cleaning Media with the following features of backup Software, The Backup Server
Software should support MS Windows for the Master/Media Server. There must be support for the
latest version of Windows Server OS
Backup Software should have an Microsoft Tape Format, which would ensure that the backup data
can be read by basic Windows OS without even using any backup software
Should have active directory features like:
Online recovery of individual active directory objects
Should be able to restore AD objects without rebooting AD domain controller
Should support 2003/2008 active directory domain services
Backup Software should provide, an Online Backup for all the standard and commercially available
databases and applications like MS-SQL, ORACLE, Exchange, Active Directory, Share Point Server,
DB2 etc.
Backup Software should be capable doing a granular recovery for file systems, Exchange and Active
Directory, so that even a single file/ single mail/ a single user attribute can be restored from the
backups.
Backup Software should support the Continuous Data Protection technology for protecting filesystems, exchange servers etc.
The Backup Software should support Backup to Disk, so that there can be simultaneously read and
write of Backup data from the Disk (a Recovery Operation from the Backup Disk, should be possible,
for some clients, while the Backup is happening to the Disk for a few other Clients)
The Backup Software should have inbuilt support for 128 Bit AES Encryption.
The Backup Software should provide Open File backup for all Desktops.
The Backup Software should provide system recovery functionality for windows systems, so that in
case of a failure machines can be quickly recovered to their running state.
Should allow backup jobs to be targeted to specific slots within a tape autoloader or library; mix drive
types within a tape library.
The backup software should support full integration to virtual environment like VMWare and Microsoft
HyperV for the backup and recovery of full virtual machines and the individual files and folders inside
them
Should support single pass backup for faster backup/recovery
Necessary agents should be provided as per the server list and configuration.
Bare Metal Recovery :
Should support for Dissimilar Hardware
Should be able to quickly recover the system
Should support for windows 2000/2003/2008
Should support conversion to and from virtual environment
Should have support for VMWare, Microsoft HyperV & Microsoft Virtual Server
Should support for 32 bit & 64 bit windows
Should support scheduling of recovery points
Should be able to take incremental backups after full backup so that the only changes are backed up
in incremental backup sets.
Should auto-detect hardware and install appropriate drivers
Should support saving of recovery points at FTP locations, DAS, NAS, USB Drive, DVD drives
1.6
1.7
Should have manager console to manage recovery points of all servers from central location
Rack
Size of the Rack : 42 U
Front and fully perforated steel door
Castor Wheel with Brakes & Lock
The server rack should come with 2 Nos of Stationery Shelf
The server rack comes with two Nos of Horizontal Cable Manager and Vertical Cable Manager
The server rack should come with Roof Fan Tray with min 4 Fans
Min 17" LCD Foldable 1U Monitor with Keyboard & Mouse
Server (Database)
CPU
2 x Intel Xeon Quad Core Processor E5620 (2.4 GHz or higher with
12MB Cache or higher & 5.86 GT/s or higher ) or Higher
Memory
18 GB Registered DDR3 with ECC, 1066 MHz or higher Memory
upgradable to 192 GB through 12 DDR3 DIMMs
DIMM Slots
12 DDR3 UDIMM/RDIMM ECC 800/1066/1333 MHz
Chipset
Intel® 5520 + IO Controller HUB ICH10R
PCI Slots
Minimum of 6 PCI Slots including PCI & PCI-E slots
Disk Drives
3* 300 GB SAS (15k rpm) Hot Swappable Hard Disks with RAID 5
Enabled
Disk Controller
On board SAS controller/ports
Monitor
WITHOUT MONITOR
Ethernet
Dual port Intel gigabit ethernet controller with IOAT feature
Graphics
Server Engines* LLC Pilot II BMC with 8MB DDR2 memory.
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Ports
Keyboard
Mouse
Backup Device
Optical Drive
Power Supply
Bays
Housing
Management Software
Certifications
Security
1.8
2.1
2.2
2.3
3
3.1
2 Serial, 6 USB (4+2), 1 VGA
USB Keyboard. Same make as that of Server.
USB Optical Mouse. Same make as that of Server.
DAT 320 SAS Internal Tape Drive with Backup Software, Data
Cartridge & Cleaning Catridge
DVD ROM Drive
1+1 Redundant Power Supply or better
8 Hot Swap Hard Disk Bays
Tower Type
OEM Server Management Software, System Health Monitoring,
Remote Management on Windows
Windows Server 2003/2008
Power on Password
Server for Talwara, Sundernagar & Nangal with the same Config as at 1.7 but with
CPU
1 x Intel Xeon Quad Core Processor E5620 (2.4 GHz or higher with
12MB Cache or higher & 5.86 GT/s or higher ) or Higher
Memory
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12 GB Registered DDR3 with ECC, 1066 MHz or higher Memory
upgradable to 192 GB through 12 DDR3 DIMMs
Monitor
19" LCD Monitor, TCO'05 Certified, Make same as that of Server
SYSTEM SOFTWARE
WINDOWS 2008 ENTERPRISE SERVER 64 Bit Edition OLP WITH MEDIA ( Incl Client Access
License for 10 users)
EXCHANGE SERVER 2010 ENTERPRISE OLP WITH MEDIA AND FOREFRONT THREAT
MANAGEMENT GATEWAY 2010 with MEDIA Version
EXCHANGE SERVER 2010 STANDARD OLP WITH MEDIA or Latest Version
POWER CONDITIONING EQUIPMENT
ON LINE UPS OF 5 KVA RATING
5KVA
Power Rating
Technology
DOUBLE CONVERSION On-line UPS using IGBT & having Isolation
Transformer for total isolation from mains.
INPUT
230 V - 25 % + 10% , Single Phase
Nominal Voltage Range
50 Hz ± 5%
Nominal frequency Range
Not less than 0.95
Power Factor
Sinusoidal
Wave Form
OUTPUT
5 KVA/ 3.5 KW or higher
Continuous output Power
230 V, Single Phase
Voltage
Not more than 2%
Voltage Regulation
50 Hz ± 0.5 Hz
Frequency
110% for 10 minutes and 150% for 10 seconds120% for 30 secs
Overload Capacity
Sinusoidal
Wave Form
0.7 to 0.8
Load Power Factor
COMPUTER & COMMUNICATION INTERFACE
Should be available & the software should be capable of monitoring UPS activity & to ensure orderly
shutdown of the server in case of battery low voltage/discharged condition. Software required for
Windows Server 2008. SNMP Based real time monitoring of all vital parameters such as Input
voltage, Output Voltage, Output Load, Battery Voltage om Windows.
MEASURING INSTRUMENTS (ANALOG OR DIGITAL)
Input Voltage , Output Voltage & Frequency, Batt Voltage, Batt Current, Load
Current in Amps
Minimum 100 records of faults generated with date and time. FIFO method
PROTECTION
MCBs both at Input & Output, Over Voltage protection
Over Load protection
ADDITIONAL FEATURES
Static and Manual bye pass switch should be available
Caster wheels should be available for easy mobility of the UPS Unit of 5 KVA.
Cold start facility on full load should be available.
Noise level less than 45 db
INDICATIONS
Battery charging/status Indication
Bye-pass ON/OFF indication
Mains ON/OFF indication
Inverter ON/OFF
ALARM WITH INDICATIONS
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Overload, Fault, Battery Voltage Low/Discharged
BATTERIES for S no 3.1 with 60 minutes backup
Sealed Maintenance free.
Type
Make
Panasonic/CSB/Yuasa/Exide
At least 60 minutes on full load
Back-up time
Operating Temperature
0-45 degree centigrade.
Range
Rack
Rack for Batteries to be included (As per Purchaser/Space
Requirement)
4 NETWORKING COMPONENTS (ACTIVE)
4.1 ROUTER with the following Specifications For Chandigarh
Architecture:
Should have support for Data, Voice, Video, Security and mobility services
Should be chassis based & modular architecture with multicore processor for scalability and should
be a single box configuration for ease of management.
Should have integrated redundant power supply.
Should have embedded hardware based (IPSec and SSL) Encryption card accelerator
Should support complete Firewall, IPS features.
Should have 1Gb RAM should be upgradeable to 2Gb
Should have 256Mb flash and should be upgradeable to 4Gb
Should have four free slots for future expansion.
Should have integrated USB port to provide console, storage and secure token capabilities
Chassis should be 19” rack mountable type.
Should be supplied with necessary power cards, data cables, connectors, CD’s, manuals, bracket
accessories, wire managers and other appropriate accessories.
Performance:
Shall support high performance traffic forwarding upto 150Mbps with con-current services
Shall support variety of interfaces like V.35 Sync Serial (64Kbps, 2 Mbps), G.703, Ch-E1, 3G, E3
Interfaces for future uplink purposes, Ethernet Interfaces – 1Gbps, 10/100 Mbps, 802.3af, ISDN PRI,
BRI, ATM, Digital/Analog dialup and remote access modules,
Shall support voice interface like FXS, FXO, E&M, T1/E1
Shall support DSL connectivity using ADSL, G.SHDSL
Should support integrated capability to host multiple application min. four like Unified
Communication, Video Surveillance, Storage System, Network services, or customer application, etc
using different processor, storage, memory to optimize and consolid
Should support other IP Services like GRE tunneling, ACLs, IPSEC VPNs, Firewalling, NAT
services.
Shall support Voice traffic optimization with features like WRED, H-QoS, RSVP, performance routing
and network based application routing
Should support four onboard voice and video capable digital signal processor
3.2
Should support per port PoE power monitoring
Should support management of power to module slots, to reduce energy consumption
High Availability
Shall support redundant Gigabit Ethernet connection to LAN
Shall have Redundant Power supply
Shall support fast reboot for minimum network downtime
Shall support Non-Stop forwarding for fast re-convergence of routing protocols
Shall support boot options like booting from TFTP server, Network node and Flash Memory
Shall support multiple storage of multiple images and configurations
Shall support link aggregation using LACP as per IEEE 802.3ad
Shall support VRRP or equivalent
Protocol Support
Should support Routing protocols like IS-IS, RIP v1 & RIP v2, OSPF ver2, OSPF on demand, BGP4,
BGP Route-Reflector
Should support Multicast routing protocols IGMPv3, PIM-SM, PIM-SS, DVMRP, IPv4 to IPv6
Multicast, BFD, IEEE802.1ah, IEEE802.3ag
Should support DHCPv6, IPv6 QoS, RIPng, OSPFv3
Shall support MPLS, Layer2 and Layer3 VPN, L2TPv3
Support for Load balancing Protocol.
Support unequal cost link load sharing to better utilize the alternate paths
Configuration Roll Back to recover the mis-configured router to last good configuration
Encapsulation Support
Should support Encapsulation like Ethernet, 802.1q, PPP, MLPPP, FR, MLFR, HDLC, Serial (RS232,
RS449, X.21, V.35, EIA530), PPPoE and ATM
Security Features:
Support Standard ACL, Extended ACL, ACL that can match arbitrary bits of packet bits of a packet at
an arbitrary depth in the packet header and payload
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4.2
- ANNEXURE-VII
Support IPSEC Site-to-Site and Remote Access VPNs. Any Office to Any other office, dynamic
establishment of VPNs so that the configuration & management of IPSEC VPNs becomes easier,
Tunnel-less VPN connectivity and SSL VPN
Support IPSEC VPNs should be able to carry data, voice, video
Support Firewall feature set supporting Stateful, application-based filtering, per-user Authentication
and Authorization, transparent firewall, Http and email inspection engine to detect port 80 misuses
and email connectivity. IPS feature set with predefi
Support Content filtering
MD-5 route authentication for RIP, OSPF and BGP
Shall support multi-level of access
SNMPv3 authentication, SSHv2
AAA support using Radius.
CHAP authentication for P-to-P links
DoS prevention through TCP Intercept & DDoS protection
IP Access list to limit Telnet and SNMP access to router
Multiple privilege level authentications for console and telnet access through Local database or
through an external AAA Server.
Time based & Dynamic ACLs for controlled forwarding based on time of day for offices
IEEE 802.1x support for MAC address authentication
Multi-media support:
Shall support Voice capabilities
i) Codec support for G.711 and G.729
ii) Should support the capability to integrate with PBXs using E1 connectivity.
Shall support H.323, SIP, MGCP
Shall support QSIG, E1 R2 and several CAS signaling
Should have in-built voice call processing in the event of WAN link failure to central call processing
Engine capability for xx IP phones
Shall support bandwidth optimization features like Voice Activity Detection, Silence Suppression,
Echo cancellation
Should not consume more than 14-15Kbps of bandwidth (including overheads) for a single voice
over IP call
Debug, alarms & Diagnostics:
Support for monitoring of Traffic flows for Network planning and Security purposes
Trace-route, Ping and extended Ping
Should support extensive support for SLA monitoring for metrics like delay, latency, jitter, packet
loss, RTP-Based VoIP traffic and should support the capability for measurement of the call setup
time using H.323/SIP signaling protocol over IP network.
Shall support embedded event manager that enables automation of many network management
tasks and directs the operation of router OS to increase availability, collect information, and notify
external systems or personnel about critical events
Accounting:
Packet & Byte Counts
Start Time Stamp & End Time Stamps.
Network Time Protocol
Input & Output interface ports.
Type of service, TCP Flags & Protocol
Source & Destination IP addresses
Source & Destination TCP/UDP ports
Management
Shall have support for Web, GUI based management, CLI, Telnet and SNMPv3
Shall support Secure Shell for secure connectivity.
Embedded RMON support for four groups – history, statistics, alarms and events
Should have to support Out of band management through Console and an external modem for
remote management.
Event and System logging: Event and system history logging functions shall be available. The
Router shall generate system alarms on events. Facility to put selective logging of events onto a
separate hardware here the analysis of log shall be available.
Pre-planned scheduled Reboot Facility: The Router shall support the preplanned timed reboot to
upgrade their hardware to a new software feature and plan the rebooting as an off-peak time
Interface Requirements:
4 * Channelized E1 WAN interface Ports.
4 * E1 WAN interface Ports, On board 2 x GB Ethernet Port
4 * IP Phones with SCCP support to register with this router.
Miscellaneous
WITH POWER CABLE, LAN CABLE(S), AUXILIARY AND CONSOLE CABLES, V.35 CABLE
Router For Sundernagar & Nangal Computer Centres
Architecture:
Should have support for Data, Voice, Video, Security and mobility services.
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- ANNEXURE-VII
Should be chassis based & modular architecture with multicore processor for scalability and should
be a single box configuration for ease of management.
Should support redundant power supply.
Should have embedded hardware based (IPSec and SSL) Encryption card accelerator
Should support complete Firewall, IPS features.
Should have 512Mb RAM should be upgradeable to 2Gb
Should have 256Mb flash and should be upgradeable to 4Gb
Should have two free slots for future expansion.
Should have integrated USB port to provide console, storage and secure token capabilities
Chassis should be 19” rack mountable type.
Should be supplied with necessary power cards, data cables, connectors, CD’s, manuals, bracket
accessories, wire managers and other appropriate accessories.
Performance:
Shall support high performance traffic forwarding upto 35Mbps with con-current services
Shall support variety of interfaces like V.35 Sync Serial (64Kbps, 2 Mbps), G.703, Ch-E1, 3G, E3
Interfaces for future uplink purposes, Ethernet Interfaces – 1Gbps, 10/100 Mbps, 802.3af, ISDN PRI,
BRI, ATM, Digital/Analog dialup and remote access modules,
Shall support voice interface like FXS, FXO, E&M, T1/E1
Shall support DSL connectivity using ADSL, G.SHDSL
Should support integrated capability to host application like Unified Communication, Video
Surveillance, Storage System, Network services, or customer application, etc using different
processor, storage, memory to optimize and consolidate infrastructure
Should support other IP Services like GRE tunneling, ACLs, IPSEC VPNs, Firewalling, NAT
services.
Shall support Voice traffic optimization with features like WRED, H-QoS, RSVP, performance routing
and network based application routing
Should support two onboard voice and video capable digital signal processor
Should support per port PoE power monitoring
Should support management of power to module slots, to reduce energy consumption
High Availability
Shall support redundant Gigabit Ethernet connection to LAN
Shall support Redundant Power supply
Shall support fast reboot for minimum network downtime
Shall support Non-Stop forwarding for fast re-convergence of routing protocols
Shall support boot options like booting from TFTP server, Network node and Flash Memory
Shall support multiple storage of multiple images and configurations
Shall support link aggregation using LACP as per IEEE 802.3ad
Shall support VRRP or equivalent
Protocol Support
Should support Routing protocols like IS-IS, RIP v1 & RIP v2, OSPF ver2, OSPF on demand, BGP4,
BGP Route-Reflector
Should support Multicast routing protocols IGMPv3, PIM-SM, PIM-SS, DVMRP, IPv4 to IPv6
Multicast, BFD, IEEE802.1ah, IEEE802.3ag
Should support DHCPv6, IPv6 QoS, RIPng, OSPFv3
Shall support MPLS, Layer2 and Layer3 VPN, L2TPv3
Support for Load balancing Protocol.
Support unequal cost link load sharing to better utilize the alternate paths
Configuration Roll Back to recover the mis-configured router to last good configuration
Encapsulation Support
Should support Encapsulation like Ethernet, 802.1q, PPP, MLPPP, FR, MLFR, HDLC, Serial (RS232,
RS449, X.21, V.35, EIA530), PPPoE and ATM
Security Features:
Support Standard ACL, Extended ACL, ACL that can match arbitrary bits of packet bits of a packet at
an arbitrary depth in the packet header and payload
Support IPSEC Site-to-Site and Remote Access VPNs. Any Office to Any other office, dynamic
establishment of VPNs so that the configuration & management of IPSEC VPNs becomes easier,
Tunnel-less VPN connectivity and SSL VPN
Support IPSEC VPNs should be able to carry data, voice, video
Support Firewall feature set supporting Stateful, application-based filtering, per-user Authentication
and Authorization, transparent firewall, Http and email inspection engine to detect port 80 misuses
and email connectivity. IPS feature set with predefi
Support Content filtering
MD-5 route authentication for RIP, OSPF and BGP
Shall support multi-level of access, SNMPv3 authentication, SSHv2
AAA support using Radius. CHAP authentication for P-to-P links
DoS prevention through TCP Intercept & DDoS protection
IP Access list to limit Telnet and SNMP access to router
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- ANNEXURE-VII
Multiple privilege level authentications for console and telnet access through Local database or
through an external AAA Server.
Time based & Dynamic ACLs for controlled forwarding based on time of day for offices
IEEE 802.1x support for MAC address authentication
Multi-media support:
Shall support Voice capabilities
Should support the capability to integrate with PBXs using E1 connectivity.
Shall support H.323, SIP, MGCP
Shall support H.323, SIP, MGCP, Shall support QSIG, E1 R2 and several CAS signaling
Should have in-built voice call processing in the event of WAN link failure to central call processing
Engine capability for xx IP Phones
Shall support bandwidth optimization features like Voice Activity Detection, Silence Suppression,
Echo cancellation
Should not consume more than 14-15Kbps of bandwidth (including overheads) for a single voice
over IP call
Debug, alarms & Diagnostics:
Support for monitoring of Traffic flows for Network planning and Security purposes
Trace-route, Ping and extended Ping
Should support extensive support for SLA monitoring for metrics like delay, latency, jitter, packet
loss, RTP-Based VoIP traffic and should support the capability for measurement of the call setup
time using H.323/SIP signaling protocol over IP network.
Shall support embedded event manager that enables automation of many network management
tasks and directs the operation of router OS to increase availability, collect information, and notify
external systems or personnel about critical events
Accounting:
Packet & Byte Counts
Start Time Stamp & End Time Stamps.
Network Time Protocol
Input & Output interface ports.
Type of service, TCP Flags & Protocol
Source & Destination IP addresses
Source & Destination TCP/UDP ports
Management
Shall have support for Web, GUI based management, CLI, Telnet and SNMPv3
Shall support Secure Shell for secure connectivity.
Embedded RMON support for four groups – history, statistics, alarms and events
Should have to support Out of band management through Console and an external modem for
remote management.
Event and System logging: Event and system history logging functions shall be available. The
Router shall generate system alarms on events. Facility to put selective logging of events onto a
separate hardware here the analysis of log shall be available.
Pre-planned scheduled Reboot Facility: The Router shall support the preplanned timed reboot to
upgrade their hardware to a new software feature and plan the rebooting as an off-peak time
Interface Requirements:
4 * E1 WAN interface Ports. 2 x GB Ethernet Port
2 * ISDN BRI ports with NT
2 * VoIP users with software and IP Phone.
Miscellaneous
WITH POWER CABLE, LAN CABLE(S), AUXILIARY AND CONSOLE CABLES, V.35 CABLE
4.3
Router ( For Ganguwal & Slapper)
Architecture:
Should have support for Data, Voice, Video, Security and mobility services.
Should be chassis based & modular architecture with multicore processor for scalability and
should be a single box configuration for ease of management.
Should have embedded hardware based (IPSec and SSL) Encryption card accelerator
Should support complete Firewall, IPS features.
Should have 512Mb RAM should be upgradeable to 2Gb
Should have 256Mb flash and should be upgradeable to 4Gb
Should have one free slot for future expansion.
Should have integrated USB port to provide console, storage and secure token capabilities
Chassis should be 19” rack mountable type.
Should be supplied with necessary power cards, data cables, connectors, CD’s, manuals, bracket
accessories, wire managers and other appropriate accessories.
Performance:
Shall support high performance traffic forwarding upto 25Mbps with con-current services
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- ANNEXURE-VII
Shall support variety of interfaces like V.35 Sync Serial (64Kbps, 2 Mbps), G.703, Ch-E1, 3G, E3
Interfaces for future uplink purposes,
Ethernet Interfaces – 1Gbps, 10/100 Mbps, 802.3af, ISDN PRI, BRI, ATM, Digital/Analog dialup and
remote access modules,
Shall support voice interface like FXS, FXO, E&M, T1/E1
Shall support DSL connectivity using ADSL, G.SHDSL
Should support other IP Services like GRE tunneling, ACLs, IPSEC VPNs, Firewalling, NAT
services.
Shall support Voice traffic optimization with features like WRED, H-QoS, RSVP, performance routing
and network based application routing
Should support two onboard voice and video capable digital signal processor
Should support per port PoE power monitoring
Should support management of power to module slots, to reduce energy consumption
High Availability
Shall support redundant Gigabit Ethernet connection to LAN
Shall support Redundant Power supply
Shall support fast reboot for minimum network downtime
Shall support Non-Stop forwarding for fast re-convergence of routing protocols
Shall support boot options like booting from TFTP server, Network node and Flash Memory
Shall support multiple storage of multiple images and configurations
Shall support link aggregation using LACP as per IEEE 802.3ad
Shall support VRRP or equivalent
Protocol Support
Should support Routing protocols like IS-IS, RIP v1 & RIP v2, OSPF ver2, OSPF on demand, BGP4,
BGP Route-Reflector
Should support Multicast routing protocols IGMPv3, PIM-SM, PIM-SS, DVMRP, IPv4 to IPv6
Multicast, BFD, IEEE802.1ah, IEEE802.3ag
Should support DHCPv6, IPv6 QoS, RIPng, OSPFv3
Shall support MPLS, Layer2 and Layer3 VPN, L2TPv3
Support for Load balancing Protocol.
Support unequal cost link load sharing to better utilize the alternate paths
Configuration Roll Back to recover the mis-configured router to last good configuration
Encapsulation Support
Should support Encapsulation like Ethernet, 802.1q, PPP, MLPPP, FR, MLFR, HDLC, Serial (RS232,
RS449, X.21, V.35, EIA530), PPPoE and ATM
Security Features:
Support Standard ACL, Extended ACL, ACL that can match arbitrary bits of packet bits of a packet at
an arbitrary depth in the packet header and payload
Support IPSEC Site-to-Site and Remote Access VPNs. Any Office to Any other office, dynamic
establishment of VPNs so that the configuration & management of IPSEC VPNs becomes easier,
Tunnel-less VPN connectivity and SSL VPN
Support IPSEC VPNs should be able to carry data, voice, video
Support Firewall feature set supporting Stateful, application-based filtering, per-user Authentication
and Authorization, transparent firewall, Http and email inspection engine to detect port 80 misuses
and email connectivity. IPS feature set with predefi
Support Content filtering
MD-5 route authentication for RIP, OSPF and BGP
Shall support multi-level of access
SNMPv3 authentication, SSHv2
AAA support using Radius.
CHAP authentication for P-to-P links
DoS prevention through TCP Intercept & DDoS protection
IP Access list to limit Telnet and SNMP access to router
Multiple privilege level authentications for console and telnet access through Local database or
through an external AAA Server.
Time based & Dynamic ACLs for controlled forwarding based on time of day for offices
IEEE 802.1x support for MAC address authentication
Multi-media support:
Shall support Voice capabilities
Codec support for G.711 and G.729
Should support the capability to integrate with PBXs using E1 connectivity.
Shall support H.323, SIP, MGCP
Shall support QSIG, E1 R2 and several CAS signaling
Should have in-built voice call processing in the event of WAN link failure to central call processing
Engine capabilities for xx IP Phones
Shall support bandwidth optimization features like Voice Activity Detection, Silence Suppression,
Echo cancellation
Should not consume more than 14-15Kbps of bandwidth (including overheads) for a single voice
over IP call
Debug, alarms & Diagnostics:
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4.4
- ANNEXURE-VII
Support for monitoring of Traffic flows for Network planning and Security purposes
Trace-route, Ping and extended Ping
Should support extensive support for SLA monitoring for metrics like delay, latency, jitter, packet
loss, RTP-Based VoIP traffic and should support the capability for measurement of the call setup
time using H.323/SIP signaling protocol over IP network.
Shall support embedded event manager that enables automation of many network management
tasks and directs the operation of router OS to increase availability, collect information, and notify
external systems or personnel about critical events
Packet & Byte Counts
Accounting:
Start Time Stamp & End Time Stamps.
Network Time Protocol
Input & Output interface ports.Type of service, TCP Flags & Protocol
Source & Destination IP addresses
Source & Destination TCP/UDP ports
Management
Shall have support for Web, GUI based management, CLI, Telnet and SNMPv3
Shall support Secure Shell for secure connectivity.
Embedded RMON support for four groups – history, statistics, alarms and events
Should have to support Out of band management through Console and an external modem for
remote management.
Event and System logging: Event and system history logging functions shall be available. The
Router shall generate system alarms on events. Facility to put selective logging of events onto a
separate hardware here the analysis of log shall be available.
Pre-planned scheduled Reboot Facility: The Router shall support the preplanned timed reboot to
upgrade their hardware to a new software feature and plan the rebooting as an off-peak time
Interface Requirements:
2 * E1 WAN interface Ports. 2 x GB Ethernet Port
2 * VoIP users with software and IP Phone.
Miscellaneous
WITH POWER CABLE, LAN CABLE(S), AUXILIARY AND CONSOLE CABLES, V.35 CABLE
LEASED LINE MODEMS (G.703 and V.35 pair)
G.SHDSL Modem
FEATURE
2 Wire
Line Interface
TC - PAM
Line Coding
rate adaptive/fixed
Line Rate
135 ohms
Impedence
ITU-T 991.2, ETSI 101 524
Standards
2 WIRE 4.5 KM @ 2048Kb/s on 26 AWG
RANGE
As Per ITU K.21, UL 1950
Protection
RJ-45 and 5-clip terminal block
Line Connectors
Built in Ethernet interface for mangement/Lan extension
DTE INTERFACE Type
X.21, 15-pin, D-type, female
V.35, 34-pin, female / G.703/G.704 E1, RJ-45 or BNC
IR-ETH/Q (Ethernet bridge with 4 port Switch)
VLAN support), RJ-45
IR-IP (IP router), RJ-45
Depends on the DTE/line
Data Rate
interface type and clock mode:
2-wire: 64–2304 kbps
HDB3
E1 Coding
120Ω, balanced - 75Ω, unbalanced
E1 Line Impedance
V.24/RS-232, DTE/DCE
Control Port Interface
7 or 8 bits; odd, even or no parity
Format
9.6, 19.2, 38.4, 57.6, 115.2 kbps
Baud Rate
9-pin, D-type, female
Connector
SNMP ,Web ,Telnet ,Dial in & Dial outInband via dedicated time Slots
Management
Yes, Fully configurable
Remote Config
Internal, from internal oscillator
GENERAL Timing
External, from attached DTE
Receive, from received signal
Loopbacks:
Diagnostics
Local analog loopback in compliance with ITU V.54
Remote digital loopback in compliance with ITU V.54
Remote Loop Back at SHDSL repeater
System monitoring & diagnostics of both the units from one place
through management.
Local Port monitoring & diagnostics of both the units from one place
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Statistics Collection
Alarm Relay
Power
Performance monitoring
- ANNEXURE-VII
E1 with CRC-4 or T1 with ESF framing: per ITU G.706 E1 without
CRC-4 or T1 with SF framing: bipolar violations (BPV) SHDSL
performance
Alarms (real time) are relayed via a dedicated connector
Same Power Supply for both AC & DC Power.
AC: 100 to 240 VAC (±10%), 50 to 60 Hz, 17 VA max
DC: -48 VDC (-36 to -72 VDC), 7W (4-wire), 5W (2-wire)
G.SHDSL statistics collection
E1 with CRC-4: per ITU G.706
E1 without CRC-4: BPV
Temperature: 0-50°C/32–122°F
Power , Transmit Data, Sync Status, Loss od E1 Sync, Test etc
4.5
4.6
Environment
Indicator
LAN Extender
2-wire managed modem with full-duplex data rates of up to 5.7 Mbps over 2-wire
SHDSL bonding – for EFM: PAF according to IEEE802.3, for HDLC: M-Pair according to G.991.2
EFM Bonding Per IEEE802.3ah and ITU-T G.991.2 (for Ethernet only) Line code: 16 or 32 TC-PAM
4-port 10/100BaseT interface with integrated switch
simple installation & SNMP based management
Line Rate For EFM: 192 to 5696 kbps in steps of n x 64 kbps for each 2-wires For HDLC: 192 to
22784 kbps in steps of nx 64 where n = 89 for 2W and 178 for 4W
Frame Size : For EFM: 1580 bytes , For HDLC: 1530 bytes (while working with E1 or opposite
repeaters)
Dual Bearer mode for E1 and Ethernet HDLC over 2-wire lines
EDGE / DEPARTMENT/ BUILDING SWITCH
Physical Specification:
Should be rack mountable with 20-port 10/100/1000Mbps and 4 1000BaseT or SFP slots
General Specification:
Switch with 32 Gbps Switching Fabric
35.7 million packets per second forwarding rate on 64-byte packets
8000 MAC address supported
255 IGMP groups
Should support Redundant Power Supply
Layer-2 Features
IEEE 802.1Q VLAN encapsulation. Up to 255 VLANs per switch and upto 4000 VLAN IDs
Support for Automatic Negotiation of Trunking Protocol, to help minimize the configuration & errors
Centralized VLAN Management. VLANs created on the Core Switches should be propagated to all
the other switches automatically, thus reducing the overhead of creating / modifying / deleting VLANs
in all the switches in turn eliminating the configuration err
Spanning-tree PortFast for fast convergence
802.1d, 802.1p, 802.1Q, 802.1s, 802.1w, 802.1x, 802.1ab, 802.3ad,
Spanning-tree root guard to prevent other edge switches becoming the root bridge.
IGMP snooping v1, v2 and v3
Link Aggregation Protocol (LACP)
Support for Detection of Unidirectional Links and to disable them to avoid problems such as
spanning-tree loops
Should be able to discover the neighboring device of the same vendor giving the details about the
platform, IP Address, Link connected through etc, thus helping in troubleshooting connectivity
problems.
Support for Switch port auto recovery (err disable) to automatically re-enable a link that is disabled
because of a network error.
Should support Multicast VLAN registration
Should support DHCP Server enabling a convenient deployment option for the assignment of IP
addresses in networks that do not have without a dedicated DHCP server
Should support Local Proxy Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) works in conjunction with Private
VLAN Edge to minimize broadcasts and maximize available bandwidth
Should support LLDP and LLDP-MED including client location information. Should exchange link
and device information in multivendor networks.
Should support configuration rollback to replace current configuration with any saved configuration
file. Should support link state tracking which provides layer2 redundancy in the network when used
in conjunction with server teaming.
Support Configurable maximum transmission unit (MTU) of up to 9000 bytes, with a maximum
Ethernet frame size of 9018 bytes (Jumbo frames) for bridging on Gigabit Ethernet ports
Support Autosensing speed on 10/100 ports, Autonegotiating half/full-duplex on all ports and AutoMDIX
QoS Features
Per-port broadcast, multicast, and unicast storm control
Standard 802.1p CoS and DSCP classification using marking and reclassification on a per-packet
basis by source and destination IP address, source and destination MAC address, or Layer 4 TCP or
UDP port number.
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GURANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS
- ANNEXURE-VII
Control- and Data-plane QoS ACLs
No performance penalty for highly granular QoS functions
Four egress queues per port to enable differentiated management of up to four traffic types
Weighted tail drop (WTD) to provide congestion avoidance
Strict priority queuing mechanisms
Granular Rate Limiting function to guarantee bandwidth in increments as low as 1 Mbps
Rate limiting support based on source and destination IP address, source and destination MAC
address, Layer 4 TCP and UDP information, or any combination of these fields, using QoS ACLs (IP
ACLs or MAC ACLs), class maps, and policy maps.
Support for Asynchronous data flows upstream and downstream from the end station or on the
uplink using ingress policing and egress shaping.
Up to 64 aggregate or individual policers for per Fast Ethernet or Gigabit Ethernet port.
Support for Automatic Quality of Service for easy configuration of QoS features for critical
applications
Network security features
IEEE 802.1x to allow dynamic, port-based security, providing user authentication
Support for Admission Control features to improve the network’s ability to automatically identify,
prevent, and respond to security threats and also to enable the switches to collaborate with thirdparty solutions for security-policy compliance and enforc
Port-based ACLs (PACLs) for Layer 2 interfaces to allow application of security policies on individual
switch ports.
Unicast MAC filtering to prevent the forwarding of any type of packet with a matching MAC address
Unknown unicast and multicast port blocking to allow tight control by filtering packets that the switch
has not already learned how to forward
IGMP filtering provides multicast authentication by filtering out no subscribers and limits the number
of concurrent multicast streams available per port.
Support for SSHv2, SNMPv3 to provide network security by encrypting administrator traffic during
Telnet and SNMP sessions
The switch should support 2 session of Port Mirroring based on port basis / vlan basis to support
intrusion prevention system deployment in different VLANs. Should support bidirectional data on
mirror port which allows IDS to take action when an intruder
Should be able to allow administrators to remotely monitor ports in a Layer 2 switch network from
any other switch in the same network
RADIUS authentication to enable centralized control of the switch and restrict unauthorized users
from altering the configuration.
MAC address notification to allow administrators to be notified of users added to or removed from
the network
DHCP snooping to allow administrators to ensure consistent mapping of IP to MAC addresses. This
can be used to prevent attacks that attempt to poison the DHCP binding database, and to rate limit
the amount of DHCP traffic that enters a switch port.
DHCP Interface Tracker (Option 82) to augment a host IP address request with the switch port ID
Port security to secure the access to an access or trunk port based on MAC address. After a specific
timeframe, the aging feature should remove the MAC address from the switch to allow another
device to connect to the same port.
Multilevel security on console access to prevent unauthorized users from altering the switch
configuration
BPDU Guard feature, to shut down Spanning Tree Protocol PortFast-enabled interfaces when
BPDUs are received to avoid accidental topology loops.
Spanning-Tree Root Guard (STRG) to prevent edge devices not in the network administrator's
control from becoming Spanning Tree Protocol root nodes.
Support for upto 512 access control entries (ACEs).
Management
CLI support to provide a common user interface and command set with all routers and switches of
the same vendor
Remote Monitoring (RMON) software agent to support four RMON groups (history, statistics, alarms,
and events) for enhanced traffic management, monitoring, and analysis.
Support for RMON groups through the use of a mirrored port, which permits traffic monitoring of a
single port, a group of ports, or the entire switch from a single network analyzer or RMON probe
Time-domain reflectometer (TDR) to diagnose and resolve cabling problems on copper ports
Layer 2 traceroute to ease troubleshooting by identifying the physical path that a packet takes from
source to destination
Domain Name System (DNS) to provide IP address resolution with user-defined device names
Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) to reduce the cost of administering software upgrades by
downloading from a centralized location
Network Timing Protocol (NTP) to provide an accurate and consistent timestamp to all intranet
switches
Support RMON I and II standards
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GURANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS
- ANNEXURE-VII
7
8
9.
Support SNMPv1, SNMPv2c, and SNMPv3 and Telnet interface support delivers comprehensive inband management, and a CLI-based management console provides detailed out-of-band
management
Support IPV6 management
Regulatory Compliance
Switch shall conform to UL 60950 or IEC 60950 or CSA 60950 or EN 60950 Standards
Switch shall conform to EN 55022 ClassA/B or CISPR22 ClassA/B or CE Class A/B or FCC
ClassA/B Standards
Following Modules for the Switches with the above configration are required
1000BASE-SX Module Multi Mode - 4 nos.
1000BASE-LX Module Single Mode - 2 nos.
Lumpsum Maintainence Charges for existing CISCO ROUTER 2801 with 2 WAN Ports, 2 FXS
ports etc. for 4 years
ONE TIME CONFIGURATION/SETTINGS AS PER SCOPE MENTIONED in para-2 ‘Scope’ of the
PO.
LIASION CHARGES FOR LEASED LINES TO BE ARRANGED BY firm (From Nangal to
Ganguwal,Sundernagar, Talwara & Sundernagar to Slapper, Ganguwal to Kotla)
MAINTAINENCE CHARGES FOR LEASED LINES
FACILITIES MANAGEMENT SEVICES As per Annexure-XI
NETWORKING COMPONENTS (PASSIVE)
a)
b)
c)
UTP CABLE E-CAT 6 E, 500 Mhz( BOX 1000 FT)
JACK PANEL FOR 24 CONNECTS E-CAT6E
METAL RACKS 9U WALL MOUNT
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
METAL RACKS 42 U FLOOR
DUAL ENDED MOUNTING CORDS 7 ‘ E-CAT6E
DUAL ENDED MOUNTING CORDS 3 ‘ E-CAT6E
SURFACE MOUNT I/O BOX E-CAT6E
6 CORE OPTICAL FIBRE MULTIMODE CABLE (ARMOURED-OUTDOOR) OM3 50/125
MICROMETER PER METER
6 CORE OPTICAL FIBRE SINGLEMODE CABLE (ARMOURED-OUTDOOR) 9/125 MICROMETER
PER METER
LIGHT INTERFACE UNIT (LIU) 24 PORT
LIGHT INTERFACE UNIT (LIU) 12 PORT
SC COUPLER FOR COUPLING
SC CONNECTION PANEL
SC MM CONNECTORS
CLAMPS
BLANK PANEL
LC-SC Patch Cords duplex 3M/10Ft Multimode
SC CONNECTOR SM
SC COUPLER FOR COUPLING SM
LC-SC PATCH CORD 3M/10FT SM
BUFFER TUBBING KIT
AVAYA/EQ. CERTIFICATION PER NODE (UTP)
FIBRE CERTIFICATION PER CORE
JOB DESCRIPTION/LABOUR WORK
LIU FIXING
CONNECTRIZATION OF FIBRE
JACK PANEL FIXING
RACK PANEL FIXING wall mount
FIBRE OPTICS CABLE LAYING(UNDERGROUND) / CRIMPING/ CONDUITING CHARGES INCL
GI PIPE (GRADE-B)/m
FIBRE OPTICS CABLE LAYING(UNDER THE ROAD) / CRIMPING/ CONDUITING CHARGES INCL
GI PIPE (GRADE-B) /m
FIBRE OPTICS CABLE LAYING(OVERHEAD) / CRIMPING/ CONDUITING CHARGES /m
4,.7
5
6
i)
j)
k)
l)
m)
n)
o)
p)
q)
r)
s)
t)
u)
v)
w)
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
k)
UTP CABLE LAYING , CRIMPING / CONDUITING CHARGES INCLUDING PVC PIPE. FITTING
ETC./m
UTP CABLE LAYING (UNDER GROUND), CRIMPING/ CONDUITING CHARGES INCLUDING GI
PIPE (GRADE-B), FITTINGS ETC./m
UTP CABLE LAYING (UNDER THE ROAD), CRIMPING/ CONDUITING CHARGES INCLUDING GI
PIPE (GRADE-B), FITTINGS ETC./m
FIBER SPLICING Per Core
SPECIFICATIONS FOR PASSIVE NETWORKING COMPONENTS
OPTICAL FIBRE CABLE
Cable Type
6-core, Single Mode, Armored, Loose-tube, Gel filled
Fiber Type
Single Mode, 9 / 125, 250 micron primary coated buffers
No. of cores
6
Operating Temperature
-40 Degree C to +60 Degree C
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GURANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS
Cable Type
Fiber type
10 / 100 Ethernet
155 Mbps ATM
1000 Base SX
1000 Base Lx
- ANNEXURE-VII
6-core, Multimode, OM3, Armored, loose-tube, Gel Filled
50 / 125, OM3, 250 micron primary coated buffers
2000m
2000m
900m
550m
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Annexure-VIII
DETAILS OF EQUIPMENT FOR BUY BACK
Description
S.No.
1
2
3
4
ROUTER 3640
SWITCH
VSAT
HCL SERVERS
5 Modem
6 UPS 5KVA
7 ESPL SM 32
System
Working
Working
Not Working
Not Working
Not Working
Not Working
Not Working
12 Isolation Transformer ( 5 KVA)
1
Not Working
13 Wipro Server LANDMARK E2
MODEL 200
Wipro Server -LANDMARK E2 MODEL 200 with Intel 80486 Dx2, 66 MHz
CPU, 16 MB RAM, 256 KB CACHE, 2x 425 MB SCSI Disk Drive, 1x 1.2 MB
FDD, 14” VGA Monochrome Monitor with 101 Keys Key Board etc
1
Not Working
14 Terminal
EISA Terminal Processor-32 Parallel Port, 32 Bit SCSI Controller with 4 MB
RAM TMC860 SCSI CNTRL. for LME CTD, 1x1.44 MB FDD
1
Not Working
VT-100 Terminals with Key Board
150 MB SCSI Cartridge Tape Drive
Key Board 1010 C Bilingual Riticomp
GIST Card and Software for Devnagari and English
Wipro Server- Fusion 910/ Pentium, CPU 90MHz, 256 KB Cach, 16MB RAM,
1.44 MB FDD, 14" SVGA Monitor, 101 KBd., PCI Bus, EISA bus, RTC,32 MB
Ram ILO 16 MB, PCISCSI-2 Contoller, 1.2 MB FDD, ISA SCSI-2 CNTR,
EISA terminal Processor Card 32(16-S), Add Parallel Port,MS Mouse, 525 MB
SCI CTD, 2 x1000 MB HDD , 2 Logitech Mouse
5
1
1
1
1
Not Working
Not Working
Not Working
Not Working
Not Working
1
2 Nos
2 Nos.
1 Nos
1
1
2
4
1
Not Working
Not Working
Not Working
Not Working
Not Working
Not Working
Not Working
Not Working
Connection Device
Magnetic Tape Drive: 1600 bpi Terminals,: Standard 12” VDU’s with Key boards
Off Line Data Entry M/c HCL 7600
Servo Controlled Voltage Regulator (5KVA)
Condition
Working
Working
Working
Working
1
6
1
2
8
9
10
11
Magnetic Tape
Terminal
Data Entry M/c
Voltage Stabalizer
Quantity (In
Nos)
1
CISCO ROUTER 3640 ALONG WITH 8 Serial PORTS
1
SWITCH- Cisco Ws-C1912 EN- Enterprises Ed.
1
SCPC VSAT 1.8M (Incl. Installation & RF Cable Vsat to Antenna)
P-3, 1 Ghz, Mem. 256 MB, 10/100MBPS Integrated dual channel, 1x 1.44 MB
3
FDD, 1x 52x CDROM. 3x20 GB SCSI HDD, 24 GB DAT Drive, Keyboard,
Mouse, 14" Color Monitor etc
MODEM EXTERNAL, Multitech make 56 KBPS
10
UPS 5 KVA ALONG WITH BATTERIES
4
ESPL SM 32 Server - Processor: 16 Bit CPU- 1No, 2 MB RAM, H D D 86 MB
1
each with one Controller-2 No., Flopy Disk Drive : 5 ½”- 2No, and along with
Softwares and Manuals etc including Upgradation of SM-32 with MC 68020,
1 MB RAM, FPP (MC 68881) - 2 Nos, CRT Terminals - 2nos
15
16
17
18
19
Terminals
SCSI CTD
Key Board
GIST Card
Wipro ServerFusion 910/ Pentium
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
Terminal
CRT Terminal CT 2220
Modem
Modem( 300-BPSModem)
Computer Screen (Antiglare Screen)
Printer Sharer Auto 2x1 with 2 nos cable
ESPL System
ESPL Server along With Manual & Software
Terminal
Terminal 1-No HCL Make,
Terminal
Terminal ESPL Make
Terminal
Terminal Wipro Make
MS Mail Server for Win 95
Mail Server
D-Link UTP Hub
Hub
Supper Stack Hub12
Hub
Mail Remote 3.2 for windows
Mail Remote
Mcafee TVD Mutiuser Box AV S/W 5 user pack for desktop & Server Ver. 4.5
Anti Virus
Software
Software
Unix Ware OS
Oracle S/w
Oracle S/w
38 Oracle S/w
39
40
41
42
Software
Software
Software
Oracle S/w
43 unixware
44 unixware
MS Back office Server 4.5, WITH 20 Client Licenses
e- Network Firewall
UNIXWARE +LICENSE +SCO DEV KIT+ MEDIA KIT FOR UNIWARE
ORACLE 8I+ADDL.10 USERS LICENSE
ORACLE 8I UPGRADEABLE FROM ORACLE 8.0 ENTPRISES ON
UNIXWARE
ORACLE 8I UPGRADEABLE FROM ORACLE 8.0 WORKGROUP SERV. ON
UNIX
DEVOLPER & DESIGNER 2000 OR LATEST ON WIN 98/2000
MS SMALL BACK OFFICE SERVER LATESTS REL (10 USER)
WINIX V.4 O.S.
ORACLE 7.0 Engine, TPO, SQL & Report Writer, SQL Forms/ Menus, SQL
Plus, Pro-C
Unixware Apll. Server1.1 with manuals, CTD and Floppies
Unixware S/W Devlopment Kit & personel utilities with one CTD
1
3
3
9
5
Working
Working
1
1
2
2
1
Working
Working
Working
Working
Working
1
Working
1
1
Working
Working
1
1
Not Working
Not Working
1
1
Not Working
Not Working
ANNEXURE-IX
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF FACILITIES MANAGEMENT SERVICES CONTRACT
The important terms and conditions for the Facilities Management Services contract shall
be as under:
1. The FMC charges will be paid on quarterly basis.
2. The supplier / service provider shall ensure 97% uptime for the critical infrastructure during the
Facilities Management Contract period.
3. The uptime shall be calculated on monthly basis.
4. In case the monthly uptime falls below 97% (for Severity Level 1 - i.e. Monthly down time
exceeds 3%) & 95% for equipment (Severity level 2 & 3 - i.e. Monthly down time exceeds 5%)
a deduction in monthly FM charges as given below will be made.
%age
%age deduction on
Downtime
Monthly Charges
Upto 10
20
Above 10 & upto 20
35
Above 20 & upto 30
50
Above 30
100
5. Service Methodology & Metrics
Calls will be classified based on the criticality and their nature. Total service deliverables
will be measured based on a clearly charted metrics. Each service request will be
classified into one of the 3 priority levels for response and resolution time adherence:
9
Severity Level 1 – A problem which affects BBMB’s business objective / critical
Infrastructure, pre-defined important users (max. 15) in their immediate working, like
problem in Servers, Routers and Central Switches.
9
Severity Level 2 – A problem, which affects an individual user or user system like problem
in individual user’s desktops or office application etc.
9
Severity Level 3 – Problems falling in the category other then the two described above like
change in configuration etc.
Service Metrics
Service level Metrics for various activities should be as given below:
Service Category
Severity Level 1
Severity Level 2
Severity Level 3
Response Time
95% in < 2 Hours
Chandigarh & < 8
stations
100% in < 16 Hours
100% <
8 Hours
Chandigarh & < 16
locations
100% < 24 Hours
For equipment at
Hours for outside
for equipment at
Hours for outside
Resolution Time
95% in < 8 Hours For
equipment at Chandigarh & <
16 Hours for outside stations
100% in < 24 Hours
100% in 24 Hrs
100 % in 72 Hrs
Calls that require escalation to vendors like hardware calls, development / QA / testing
tools or application related calls etc. will not be considered for the service level
calculations. An uptime of 97% for the critical infrastructure should be assured under
FM Services.
5.
6.
The service provider shall provide experienced qualified resident service engineers (Two
Nos) for FMS at the BBMB Data Centre. The engineers will be deployed during the working
hours of BBMB (9.00 AM – 5 PM) on all working days (Monday to Friday). The support in
odd hours or on holidays will be extended subject to requirement of BBMB.
The downtime calculations shall be based on the 24x7 for equipment under severity level 1
while for others it shall be based on working hours of BBMB (9.00 AM – 5 PM) on all
working days (Monday to Friday). However, the support on holidays will be provided
subject to requirement of BBMB.
Annexure-X
DETAILED TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE SCOPE OF WORK FOR
FACILITIES MANAGEMENT SERVICES
1
Objective
The firm shall provide Facility Management Services (FMS) to the entire BBMB IT Infrastructure
at various locations, geographically spread in North India. The service provider will be responsible
to carry out comprehensive FMS of entire IT infrastructure comprising Local Area Networks /
Wide area networks, Networking equipments, Servers, PCs, Printers & other peripherals, UPS
etc.
2
Facility Management Services (FMS)
2.1
Desktop Management
The service provider will ensure that the problems faced by the desktop users are resolved within
the shortest possible time. The service provider will ensure that the new versions of desktop
applications are loaded with the relevant updates and patches necessary to get the performance
required to meet the end users’ requirement.
Activity Description
2.1.1 Installation and maintenance of Operating System, Office Automation software and other
application software etc. on client PCs.
2.1.2 Provide services such as relocation of PCs at the same station, adding or removing
accessories, devices & peripherals.
2.1.3 Maintaining complete record of new machines installed, movement of machines, changes
and configuration of machines.
2.1.4 Performing any Install, Move, Add or Change (IMAC) at client level.
2.1.5 Resolution of all printing problems of users.
2.1.6 Configuration/ reconfiguration of client machines to ensure maximum network
connectivity.
2.1.7 Client configuration of mail clients.
2.1.8 Installing, reloading, reconfiguring of any desktop / office automation software, e-mail
clients, browsers, applications, clients of any application etc., as and when required.
2.1.9 In case of hard disk failure, the service provider shall make all attempts possible to
retrieve the data & transfer to the new disk.
2.2
Network Management
Network Management Services for IT Infrastructure shall be provided by the service provider,
which shall include the following for optimum utilization of the Networks and ensuring the
availability of applications.
Activity Description
2.2.1 Daily monitoring of LAN / WAN, troubleshooting and reporting the status to BBMB’s
Computer Centre.
2.2.2 Configuration/ Reconfiguration of Routers, Modems, switches, Nodes, servers etc. for
network connectivity, as and when required.
2.2.3 Maintain an updated inventory/ asset list of complete IT network infrastructure.
2.2.4 Re-establishing the network connectivity and application availability after any hardware/
software failure.
2.2.5 Maintain an all-time updated document for LAN & WAN network diagrams with relevant
details.
2.2.6 Provide services for leased line & ISDN line links, devices augmentation, deletion,
relocation, connection, disconnection etc., as and when required.
2.2.7 Protocol configuration on any new router/ switch as per existing routing protocol.
2.2.8 Maintain & update IP address list and optimum management of IP addresses.
2.2.9 The service provider shall make effort to ensure the availability of WAN links by
rectification of faults through concerned agency.
2.2.10 Data traffic monitoring and management for optimum data speed for each application/
service and performance of the Network and record keeping.
2.2.11 Overall performance monitoring regularly and tuning of the Network, as and when
required.
2.2.12 Limit broadcasts, monitoring the response time of online applications & taking corrective
actions.
2.2.13 Network security.
2.3
Server Management
Management Services for various Servers shall be provided by the service provider and shall
include the following along with all other actions, which are necessary for optimum utilization of
the Servers and ensure availability of applications.
1
Activity Description
2.3.1 Daily monitoring of Servers and troubleshooting. Resolving server operations problems,
like system ‘hang’, hard disk crash etc. and keeping a log of the same.
2.3.2 Re-installation of OS and other software, as & when required.
2.3.3 Package management - Installation of packages, upgrades and patches of OS and other
software, as and when provided by BBMB or OEM, Un-installation and maintenance of
packages, as and when required
2.3.4 Downloading of upgrades, bug fixes, updates, and patches of OS and other applications
running on servers from OEM web sites and installation of the same. Keeping a log for the
same.
2.3.5 Connectivity management - Creation of routes on servers to enable organization-wide
access, TCP/ IP management, Network troubleshooting
2.3.6 Creating/ modifying/ deleting users and groups, Adding, Removing users, Maintaining
password, shadow & group files, Creating Home directories
2.3.7 Overall performance monitoring and generation of logs every month.
2.3.8 Monitoring of CPU utilization, main memory, disk space usage, swap utilization, average
load, system’s network traffic etc. vis-à-vis thresholds using basic Server Management
tools available on servers else, the Service Provider may arrange tools for the same.
2.3.9 Performing quarterly system performance tuning for optimum performance – changing the
system configuration parameters and re-organizing the disk space etc.
2.3.10 Capacity planning on the servers.
2.3.11 Ensuring confidentiality of operations/services data/information.
2.3.12 Support for installation & smooth running of various applications running on these servers.
2.3.13 Hardware monitoring & other warnings.
2.4
2.4.1
2.4.2
2.4.3
2.4.4
Back-up & Restoration Services
Perform backup operations for the servers, as per defined backup strategy/ schedule, as
specified by BBMB.
Ensuring secure storage and handling of media to prevent data loss.
Conduct restoration drills with sample backed up data on a quarterly basis to confirm data
integrity.
Maintain log sheets of backups taken.
2.5
Asset Management
It will cover all the IT equipment at FM location of BBMB – Servers, Desktops, notebooks,
Printers, networking equipment, scanners, UPS, and any other IT equipment/ device & Software
assets, intimated to the vendor's representative.
Each hardware asset should be assigned a unique asset ID and visible mark/tag put on each
asset. The asset ID scheme would be uniform throughout the organization and as per ID
numbering scheme prepared by Service Provider and approved by BBMB.
Activity Description
2.5.1 Create hardware asset database by recording information like configuration details, serial
number, asset code, warranty details etc.
2.5.2 Record all installation of new machines, movement within site, changes in configuration of
machines.
2.5.3 Create Software inventory with information such as License, Version Numbers and
Registration Details thru Microsoft SMS.
2.5.4 Software License Management
2.5.5 Notifying BBMB on licensing contract renewal.
2.5.6 Create and maintain an updated list of users, assets assigned, e-mail addresses, mobile
numbers, contact phone nos. of all users.
2.6
Mail Management (Exchange 2010)
The email system is very critical in BBMB. The service provider will ensure that the mail servers
are up and running all the time and the communication is kept active and checked on priority.
Activity Description
2.6.1 Management of the Mail Servers
2.6.2 Install, configure and test client email software on all desktops and laptops.
2.6.3 Troubleshoot and rectify all email-related problems reported.
2.6.4 Assist the BBMB administrator for Creation, modification and deletion of email login
accounts as and when required.
2.6.5 Schedule emails data backups according to defined plan. Also verify the healthiness of
the data on backup media regularly.
2.7
Virus Management
The service provider has to ensure that entire BBMB networks, servers & PCs remain virus/ worm
free at all times.
2
Activity Description
2.7.1 The Internet gateways and other access points should be protected from viruses.
2.7.2 The PCs should be protected against the viruses/ worms. Diagnosing and rectifying any
virus problems. Escalating the problem cases to OEM of anti-virus software and BBMB
and resolving the problem to logical end.
2.7.3 The Servers should be protected and safe-guarded against viruses/ worms, unauthorized
users, spamming etc.
2.7.4 The Service Provider will ensure that the anti-virus servers are regularly updated with
patches.
2.7.5 The latest anti-virus updates/ patches shall be required to be made available to all
desktops and online Antivirus update facility to the desktop shall have to be monitored and
ensured.
2.7.6 Any other requirements as per Security guidelines/framework
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3.1
Network Management System Tool
Network & Fault Management
The vendor shall have to provide /arrange necessary hardware/software required, if
any, for the Network Management System Tool services.
3.1.1 Management
3.1.1.1
It shall manage Routers, Switches, Servers, Desktops & any SNMP Manageable
devices
3.1.1.2
It shall possible to manage Non-SNMP devices at least for availability perspective
3.1.1.3
It shall support at least SNMP V1 and SNMP V2
3.1.1.4
It shall monitor any TCP/IP Port for the availability and response time
3.1.1.5
It shall have capability to monitor and manage standard applications like Active
Directory, SQL and IIS
3.1.1.6
It shall provide Web Based interface for the users to operate
3.1.1.7
For Desktop and Servers it shall give the Software and Hardware details of the system
3.1.1.8
The system must be capable of automatically discovering manageable elements
connected to the network and mapping the connectivity between elements, including
port-level connectivity.
3.1.2 Configuration
3.1.2.1
3.1.2.2
3.1.2.3
Administrator should be able to create new users and user profiles
Administrator should be able to configure polling interval for different category of
devices like Routers, Switches, Desktops, Servers and Non-SNMP Devices
User should be able to change their password via the same web interface of the
management system
3.1.3 Role Based Access
3.1.3.1
3.1.3.2
3.1.3.3
3.1.3.4
It shall be possible to allocate specific managed elements (like Routers, Switches,
Servers etc) to specific users and he is allowed to manage only the allotted managed
elements.
It shall provide automatic filtering of Alarms and Topology view of the allocated
managed elements for that user.
Should manage all the elements
It shall have unlimited user access to management system via web browser
3.1.4 Discovery
3.1.4.1
3.1.4.2
3.1.4.3
3.1.4.4
It Shall give flexibility to specify the Discovery of the Elements by Subnet Wise, Range
of IP Address, Single IP Address.
It shall be possible to load the elements information from a file
It shall automatically categorize the discovered elements in to different category like
Routers, Switches, Servers, Desktops and Non-SNMP devices.
It shall discover the inventory of the element like interfaces, CPU, Memory, Disk and
OS
3.1.5 Dashboard
3.1.5.1
It shall have dashboard to give quick view of the network by summarizing the overall
network health like total number of devices in normal, warning, informational and
critical conditions
3.1.5.2
Dashboard shall have facility to place critical / interested device from allotted elements
in dashboard to get quick status of these elements.
3.1.6 Fault Management
3.1.6.1
It shall provide fault management for the managed devices
3.1.6.2
It shall have functionality to process the events from managed elements and display in
the event console
3.1.6.3
It shall be able to detect the management elements outage in real-time it the managed
element becomes dead
3.1.6.4
It shall provide both Alarm Console and Topology Monitor functionality and shall have
real-time status
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3.1.6.5
3.1.6.6
3.1.6.7
It shall be possible to send an email alert to the specific email ID for specific single
device
It shall be possible run custom action scripts (as desired ) based on specific SNMP
event of the specific device
It shall have built in correlation functionalities to create /clear alarm
3.1.7 Alarms
3.1.7.1
There shall be alarm console to view the real-time events.
3.1.7.2
It shall have meaningful message to understand the network issue by correlating the
element related information's like Managed device, interface name, interface
description/alias and event time
3.1.7.3
It shall be possible to configure specific severity to specific type of event
3.1.7.4
It shall have provision to view specific alarm types like Critical, Warning, Information
and Normal
3.1.7.5
It shall be possible to configure similar alarm and able to show only one alarm instead
of displaying multiple such alarms
3.1.7.6
It shall indicate the alarms in different color based on severity
3.1.7.7
It shall be possible to compile the alarm messages for any given SNMP event
3.1.7.8
It shall possible to configure events that needs to dropped to avoid unwanted events in
the event console
3.1.7.9
It shall provide functionality to archive the alarms to database without displaying in the
alarm console.
3.1.7.10 It shall be possible to search the alarm, minimum based on Managed Device
IP/Name, Message text and event time
3.1.7.11 It shall be possible to view alarm of one specific interface from the topology view itself.
3.1.7.12 Alarm must comply to ITU definition of X.733 field formats
3.1.8 Topology
3.1.8.1
It shall automatically draw the logical network topology in graphical view showing the
exact manner the managed elements are connected
3.1.8.2
It shall provide both Layer 3 and Layer 2 network topology
3.1.8.3
It shall give the topology of the allotted managed elements only for that user
3.1.8.4
It shall have different icons for different network devices like Routers, Switches,
Desktops and Servers etc
3.1.8.5
It shall have different icons for different network vendors like CISCO, Nortel etc
3.1.8.6
It shall support containers where in group of devices can be placed inside the
containers and drilling down the containers shall give topology diagram of these
specific nodes that are inside the containers
3.1.8.7
It shall be possible to view the interfaces of the managed elements like routers,
switches etc from the topology it self with real-time status of each interfaces
3.1.8.8
It shall indicate the link status change in different colors like green in normal and red in
down condition
3.1.8.9
It shall be possible to place the managed elements in any specific location of the
screed/background by dragging it.
3.1.8.10 It should be possible to save the positioning of the managed elements in the topology
view
3.1.9 Performance & Reporting
3.1.9.1
It shall provide performance management for the managed devices
3.1.9.2
It shall give Uptime for devices/systems and interfaces with in the devices
3.1.9.3
It shall give resource utilization for system resource like CPU, Memory and Disk
3.1.9.4
It shall give resource utilization for network device resource like Interface traffic, CPU
and Memory
3.1.9.5
It shall be possible run a report on daily, monthly, yearly and custom period on the fly
3.1.9.6
It shall provide reports both in Tabular and graphical chart form
3.1.9.7
It shall be possible to save the report in PDF format
3.1.9.8
It shall be possible to configure upper and lower threshold at least for Interface traffic,
CPU, Memory, Disk Utilization and Uptime
3.1.9.9
It shall be possible to Schedule a report Daily, Monthly, yearly and Custom period and
the Scheduled report shall be sent automatically to specific email ID
3.1.9.10 It shall be possible to configure business hour for any single device separately and
Uptime/SLA report shall exclude the non-operational hours for reporting
3.1.9.11 Reports should be available in web interface
3.1.9.12 It shall give various asset reports
The frequency of report generation & submission shall be decided mutually.
3.1.10 Platform Support
3.1.10.1
It shall run at Windows 2008 Server OS
3.1.11 Integration
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3.1.11.1
3.1.11.2
3.1.11.3
It shall be possible to integrate device management tools from device vendors like
Cisco, Nortel, D-link etc.
It shall allow you to launch the specific web-based device management tools from
central NMS console itself.
It shall be possible to integrate any other element management system traps/events if
required
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Security Management
The Service Provider would be responsible for managing a secured environment. He will be
responsible for security monitoring of the network.
4.1
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.1.3
4.1.4
4.1.5
4.1.6
4.1.7
Manage Security – Execute recurring security processes, such as administration of
identities, management of standard and policies and operation of a centralized repository
of security information. Service provider will be responsible for :
Defining security policy for firewall & periodic review of the firewall configuration
Implement access rules for departments to be connected to BBMB.
Log Generation, analysis & reports for firewall system.
Reports for the firewall shall be submitted on monthly basis. The format will be finalized
after discussions.
Resolve Security issues by maintaining an up-to-date environment, including patching
vulnerable system and applying incremental additions and security updates to existing
system.
Provide the Content filtering services thru Web Sense Content filtering software &
providing various reports like web sites visited users wise, top downloads user wise,
protocol based usage of users etc. Report of Violation by users as per the BBMB policy.
Adherence to all security guidelines issued by BBMB.
4.2
Incident Response – Any security incident need to be met by an appropriate security
response by service provider. An appropriate response mechanism should be put to take
care of any security incident .The Service provider should detect threat, prevent
vulnerability exposure, stabilize incident, repair vulnerabilities, investigate incident, report
incident & recover operations.
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5.1
Service Level Agreement
BBMB IT Infrastructure covered in the scope of these services. 97% uptime shall be
assured for critical infrastructure under FM Services while 95% for rest of the equipment.
The working hours of BBMB offices are from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, 5 days a week. All the
uptime calculations shall be based on the 8-hour schedule.
5.2
Service Methodology & Metrics
Calls will be classified based on the criticality and their nature. Total service deliverables
will be measured based on a clearly charted metrics. Each service request will be
classified into one of the 3 priority levels for response and resolution time adherence:
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Severity Level 1 – A problem which affects BBMB’s business objective / critical
Infrastructure, pre-defined important users (max. 15) in their immediate working, like
problem in Servers, Routers and Central Switches.
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Severity Level 2 – A problem, which affects an individual user or user system like
problem in individual user’s desktops or office application etc.
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Severity Level 3 – Problems falling in the category other then the two described above
like change in configuration process etc.
Service Metrics
Service level Metrics for various activities should be as given below:
Service Category
Severity Level 1
Response Time
Resolution Time
95% in < 2 Hours For 95% in < 8 Hours For
equipment at Chandigarh & < 8 equipment at Chandigarh & <
Hours for outside stations
16 Hours for outside stations
100% in < 16 Hours
100% in < 24 Hours
Severity Level 2
100% < 8 Hours for equipment 100% in < 24 Hrs
at Chandigarh & < 16 Hours for
outside locations
Severity Level 3
100% < 24 Hours
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100 % in < 72 Hrs
Calls that require escalation to vendors like hardware calls, development / QA / testing
tools or application related calls etc. will not be considered for the service level
calculations.
An uptime of 97% as per Annexure-IX for the critical infrastructure should be assured
under FM Services.
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Service Engineers
The service provider shall provide experienced qualified resident service engineers (Two Nos)
for FMS at the BBMB Data Centre. The engineers will be deployed during the working hours of
BBMB (9.00 AM – 5 PM) on all working days (Monday to Friday). The support in odd hours or on
holidays will be extended subject to requirement of BBMB.
Support at other locations where there are no resident engineers will be coordinated from
Chandigarh Data Centre and/or may have to visit the location, if required. In case, additional
manpower is required for maintaining the uptime in any emergency, the same shall be made
available.
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Facilities to be provided by BBMB
The BBMB shall provide the following facilities to the resident service engineers during the FM
assignment at site:
a)
b)
c)
d)
Communication Facilities like Intercoms with ‘0’ dialing facility (calls restricted to 500 calls
per month on one Intercom), e-mail, Internet etc and office accommodation with 1 PC,
Printer.
The Resident Engineers shall have to make their residential arrangement at Chandigarh
of their own. However suitable accommodation on chargeable basis as per the rates
applicable to BBMB Officers (At Present Rs. 15/- Per day for stay only) etc. shall be
provided to resident engineers at out station locations for carrying out the assignment.
The documents, data, facilities and access to areas required for performance of duties by
resident engineers shall be arranged/ provided.
In case of outstation visit by the service engineers, the TA admissible to BBMB Officer
shall be paid on actual.
In addition, the vendor shall provide Laptop Computer, Mobile phones & any other
equipment & software/tools required for performance of FM services.
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DISTRIBUTION OF EQUIPMENT
S.No. DESCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENT AS PER SECTION-4
CHANDIGARH
Annexure - XI
NANGAL
SUNDERNAGAR
TALWARA PANIPAT
JAMALPUR
Total
NUMBER OF
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
A
B
C
Server at S.No. 1.1(a) of Sec-3
Server at S.No. 1.1(b) of Sec-3
Server at S.No. 1.1(c) of Sec-3
Cabinet/Chassis for Blade Servers
Backup Solution for Servers
Rack 42 U
Servers as defined at S.No. 1.7 of Section-3
Servers as defined at S.No. 1.8 of Section-3
WINDOWS 2008 ENTERPRISE Edition
EXCHANGE SERVER 2010 ENTERPRISE & Forfront Threat
Management Gateway 2010 SERVER
EXCHANGE SERVER 2010 STANDARD
ON LINE UPS OF 5 KVA RATING
BATTERIES FOR 3.1(a) for 60 MINUTES BACKUP
ROUTER For Chandigarh
Router For Sundernagar & Nangal Computer Centres
Router For Ganguwal & Slapper
Leased Line Modems G703 & V.35
LAN Extender
EDGE / DEPARTMENT/ BUILDING SWITCH
SWITCH
1000BASE-SX Module Multi Mode
1000BASE-LX Module Single Mode
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
6
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
10
1
1
4
4
4
9
1
2
6
3
1
1
4
NOTE :
1. The above distribution of Hardware is indicative only and may vary slightly at the time of actual dispatch of material.
2. The passive networking components may be supplied at each location as per the requirement/plan
CONSIGNEE :
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3
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5
CHANDIGARH
NANGAL
TALWARA
SUNDERNAGAR
JAMALPUR
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1
2
1
1
1
1
3
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: PROGRAMMER, COMPUTER CELL, SLDC COMPLEX, IND. AREA PHASE-1, BBMB, CHANDIGARH-160002.
: PROGRAMMER, COMPUTER CELL, DY. CAO BUILDING, BBMB, NANGAL- 140 124.
: PROGRAMMER, COMPUTER CELL, CE/BEAS DAM BUILDING, SECTOR-2, BBMB, TALWARA.-144 216.
: PROGRAMMER, COMPUTER CELL, CE/BSL BUILDING, BBMB, SUNDERNAGAR DISTT. MANDI, HIMACHAL PRADESH -175 019.
: PROGRAMMER, COMPUTER CELL, 220KV SUB-STATION, BBMB, JAMALPUR, LUDHIANA- 141 010.
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4
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Annexure-XII
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF PURCHASE ORDER.
1.
F.O.R/ EX-GODOWN RATE
The rates are F.O.R destination.
2.
DELIVERY PERIOD
The supply, installation of items as stipulated herein shall be completed by the vendor within
the period as under:
i.
Servers & UPSs
With in 20 Weeks from the
ii.
Power Conditioning Equipment (UPS)
date of receipt of order
iii.
Networking Components including cabling
Within 20 Weeks from the date of
approval of the cable laying plan. The detailed plan shall be prepared by the firm’s
representatives within 4 weeks from the date of receipt of order & submitted for
approval of the purchaser. The delay in the submission of drawings/plan by the
supplier shall also invite the levy of penalty as specified in the Penalty Clause.
AVAYA/ EQUIVALENT Testing Certification
The submission of the AVAYA/Equivalent testing certification for network cabling shall
not be linked with the above delivery period. However AVAYA/Equivalent testing
certification shall have to be submitted within 6 months from the date of
commissioning of the networks. A report after testing the various points (I/O and fibre)
through pentascanner etc. may be submitted.
The installation at (i) above shall include one-time configuration changes/
settings as per Scope mentioned in the specifications.
In case the supplier is unable to complete whole or any item of supply within stipulated
period, for recognized reasons of ‘Force Majeure’ mentioned in clause 3 below, he
shall be responsible to furnish well in time sufficient documentary evidence to the
satisfaction of the purchaser to prove the existence of conditions mentioned in the
Clause 3, so as to justify grant of extension by the purchaser of the ‘Delivery Period’
mentioned above. Such extension will be granted by purchaser for the period for
which the completion of supply is proved, by the supplier, to have been delayed for the
said reasons due to ‘Force Majeure’. In case of delay in delivery, the dispatches shall
be made only after obtaining written consent of the purchaser.
3.
FORCE MAJEURE
The supplier shall not be liable for any penalty charges due to delay in manufacture
or delivery of material resulting from any causes beyond the supplier's reasonable
control including but not limited to compliance with regulations, orders or instructions
of Central/State or Municipal Govt. or Agency, thereto, acts of God, Acts of Civil &
Military authorities, fires, floods, strikes, lockouts, freight embargoes, war risks, riots
and civil commotion’s. The supplier will seek extension of delivery period within three
weeks of occurrence of such an event and clearly state anticipated delay in supply on
account of such an event/events. On receipt of such request from the supplier,
extension in delivery period may be granted for the period for which the completion of
work is proved by the supplier to have been delayed for circumstances covered by
reasons of 'Force Majeure' subject to further conditions that if the delivery period is
likely to be extended by more than 60 days on account of any event, the purchaser
shall have the option to accept any portion of the balance material and cancel the
order for the rest provided, however, that if material had been manufactured
exclusively for the purchaser under contract prior to the commencement of FORCE
MAJEURE
circumstances, it shall be accepted by the purchaser and the
cancellation will be without any liability for damages on the part of the supplier and
without any payment of compensation by the Board.
4.
EXTENSION IN DELIVERY PERIOD
Any genuine delay in approval of technical detailed drawings, issuance of
amendment of purchase order, conducting inspection and approval of inspection
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test/tests certificates for allowing despatches etc. will count towards extension of
delivery period by corresponding period other than admissible under Force Majeure
conditions, if any, substantiated by the supplier and duly accepted by the Purchasing
Authority.
Date of delivery shall be taken as 7th day after the date of readiness of material
for inspection in case of purchase order upto Rs.5 lac and 14th day after the date of
readiness of material for inspection in case of purchase order more than Rs.5 lac,
provided the material offered has passed the inspection and proof of despatch of
material within 7 days of the receipt of despatch authorization and road permit
(wherever required) is given by the supplier. In case, however, the material fails during
inspection at the works/site, as the case may be, either fully or partially or the material
is not ready for inspection when the inspector visits the works for inspection, the reinspection charges shall be recovered from the firm. The date of readiness of the
material in this case will be reckoned with reference to the date from which the
material/equipment is offered to be ready for the re-inspection provided the material
passes the inspection that follows the offer. In case the material is not dispatched
within 7 days of the receipt of dispatch authorization, date of delivery shall be taken as
date of receipt of material by the consignee at site/store.
5.
PENALTY CHARGES
If the supplier fails to abide by the provisions of clause ‘Delivery period’, he
shall be liable to pay penalty @ 1/2% per week or part thereof the ex-works delivery
price excluding taxes & duties (but including freight & insurance charges where breakup of FOR Destination price is not available) of such portion of material as has not
been delivered within the "Delivery period" subject to maximum of 10% of the contract
value of the delayed/undelivered portion of the material.
6.
TERMS OF PAYMENT
6A
For equipment except one-time services, passive networking components &
Labour Charges
100% advance payment against on proof of despatch of material by the Rail / Road (
for short listed firms and Public Sector undertakings by any road transporter and for
others by bankers approved Transporter). Before allowing 100% advance payment
against Bank documents, a Bank Guarantee of the value of 10% of contract price shall
be obtained from all firms & public sector undertaking, which shall remain valid for a
period of one year from the date of final execution of the contract. The bank
guarantee shall be furnished by the supplier one month before the commencement of
delivery.
6B
For one-time services / configuration changes
100 % payment of one-time configuration changes/ settings as per Scope mentioned
in para-2.1.1 & para 2.2.1 of Section-2: TERMS & CONDITIONS OF TECHNICAL
BID shall be made after completion of this scope.
6C
i.
For passive networking components and labour charges
ii.
iii.
iv.
70% payment shall be made upon receipt of material (passive networking
components) at site in good condition.
10% out of balance 30% payment of passive networking components and 90%
payment of labour charges shall be released after completion of cabling, termination
work etc.
The balance 20% payment of passive networking components subject to adjustment
as per actuals and balance 10% payment of labour charges shall be made after
measurement & pentascanning testing (deemed date of commissioning) of all the
networks.
The payment of Avaya/Equivalent certification shall be made after the certificate is
received & shall not be linked with the payment at S.No. i, ii and iii above.
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7.
CENTRAL SALES TAX/STATE SALES TAX
The Central sales tax/Punjab/Haryana/Himachal sales tax will be paid extra at actuals
at the rates prevailing at the time of delivery but limited to the rates prevailing within
contractual delivery period.
The supplier shall furnish original vouchers and/or following certificates duly
signed by the supplier:i)
ii)
iii)
iv)
8.
Certified that the transaction on which sales tax has been claimed/shall be
included in the return submitted/to be submitted to the Sales Tax authorities for
the assessment of the Sales Tax and the amount claimed from the purchaser has
been/shall be paid to the sales Tax Authorities.
Certified that the goods on which Sales tax has been charged have not been
exempted under the Central Sales Tax Act, the rules made there under and the
charges on account of Sales Tax on these goods are correct under the provisions
of the relevant Act, or rules made there under.
Certified that we shall indemnify the purchaser in case it is found at a later stage
that wrong or incorrect payment has been recovered on account of the Sales Tax
paid by us.
Certified that we are registered as a dealer under the Central Sales Tax and our
Registration No. is____________________.
EXCISE DUTY,OCTROI AND OTHER DUTIES
a) EXCISE DUTY
The payment of statutory excise duty will be made extra subject to actual proof of
payment having been made by you to the Excise Department but limited to the rates
prevailing within the contractual delivery period. The supplier shall also furnish
following certificates duly signed by him while claiming payment of excise duty:i)
Certified
that
the
sum
of
Rs.____________(Rupees____________
_____________________) towards Excise duty has been paid to the
Central Excise Authorities towards despatch of (Name of material) affected
from__________
Station_______
to_____________
consigned
to_______________________
Under R.R.No. ________ Dated _______vide
Bill No ________ dated_______.
ii)
iii)
iv)
(b)
9.
Certified that the excise duty charged is at the prevailing rates & no part of the
same is refundable. In case, any excise duty paid on this material is refunded to
the supplier it will be passed on to the purchaser.
Certified that the goods on which Excise duty has been charged have not been
exempted under the Central Excise Duty and the Central Excise Duty charged on
these goods is not more than what is payable under the provisions of the relevant
Act or rules made there under.
Certified that we shall indemnify the purchaser, in case it is found at a later stage
that wrong or incorrect payment has been recovered on account of Excise duty
paid to us.
OCTROI & OTHER DUTIES/TAXES
Octroi and other duties/taxes, if levied on the finished goods at the station of
despatch at the time of supply shall be paid at actuals subject to production of
original payment documents and subject to the rates prevailing within the contractual
delivery period, if the same have not been included in the quoted prices. To avoid
any complications, with regard to Octroi at the destination station, the material shall
be despatched in the name of consignee and not to self. However, OCTROI
charges as applicable at the destination station shall be paid as per actuals subject
to production of original payment documents and subject to the rates prevailing
within the contractual delivery period.
NEGLIGENCE
If the supplier neglects to execute the work with due diligence and expedition or refuses
or neglects to comply with any reasonable orders given in writing by the purchaser in
connection with purchase orders or contravene the provisions of the purchase order,
the purchaser may give 21 day's Notice in writing to the supplier to make good the
failure, neglect or contravention complained of and should the supplier fail to comply
with the notice within a reasonable time from the date of service thereof, in case of
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failure, neglect or contravention capable
of being made good within that time or
otherwise within such time as may be reasonably necessary for making it good then
and in such case the purchaser shall be at liberty to take the work wholly or partly out of
the hands of the supplier and recontract at reasonable price with any other person or
persons. In such an event, it shall be lawful for the purchaser to retain any such
balance which may otherwise be due by him to the supplier on any account including
the amount of Bank Guarantees and apply the same towards the execution of the
whole or balance of the work so recontracted, as aforesaid. If, no such balance is due
by the purchaser to the supplier or if due is not sufficient to cover the amount thus
recoverable from the supplier, it shall be lawful for the purchaser to recover the whole
or balance of the amount from the supplier by action of the law.
10.
BANKRUPTCY
If the company shall commit any act of bankruptcy or being corporation commence to
be wound up except for reconstruction purpose, or carry on its business under a
receiver, the executors, successor or other representative in law of the estate of the
supplier or any such receiver, liquidator, or any person in whom the contract may
become vested shall forth-with give notice whereof in writing to the purchaser and shall
for one month during which company shall take all reasonable steps to prevent a
stoppage of the works, have the option of carrying out the contract subject to the
supplier, providing such guarantee as may be required by the purchaser but not
exceeding the value of the work for the time being remaining unexecuted. In the event
of stoppage of the work the period of the option under this clause shall be fourteen (14)
days only. Provided that should the above option not be exercised, the contract may
be determined by the purchaser by notice in writing to the supplier and the same power
and provisions reserved to the purchaser in the last proceeding clause of taking the
work out of the supplier's hands shall immediately become operative.
11.
i)
ii)
iii)
12.
REPLACEMENT OF REJECTED MATERIAL
Material found damaged, substandard or defective or not conforming to the prescribed
specification in any manner, at the consignee's end, shall not be accepted and
intimation to this effect shall be given to the supplier and the purchasing office by the
consignee.
The Purchasing Authority shall promptly take up the matter with
supplier/shall intimate the supplier to this effect and ask him to rectify or replace the
defective substandard material forthwith and in any case within 60 days from the date of
intimation or rejection of material, failing which the Board shall reserve right to get the
defect/damages rectified at the supplier's cost or to dispose off such material and adjust
the sale proceeds thereof, if any, against its claim on the supplier. All expenses
involved in the replacement by way of handling, transportation, storage etc. shall be on
supplier's account.
In respect of the defective/substandard supplies the date on which such a supply is
replaced shall be reckoned as the effective date of delivery there against and the delay
shall be worked out accordingly with reference to the date on which the supply was due
as per terms of contract, for the purpose of determining penalties/charges recoverable
under clause-5 above.
The provisions of sub clause (i) & (ii) above shall apply mutatis mutandis, to the material
found substandard or defective during the period of warranty.
WARRANTY
The supplier shall be responsible to replace free of cost, with no transportation or
Insurance cost to the purchaser up to the destination, the whole or any part of the
material which in normal and proper use proves defective in quality or workmanship,
subject to the condition that the defect is noticed within 60 months from the date, the
material is commissioned/put to use by the end user, or 66 months from the date of
dispatch whichever period may expire earlier. The consignee or any other officer of the
purchaser actually using the material will give prompt notice of each such defect to the
supplier as well as the purchasing authority. The replacement shall be effected by the
supplier within a reasonable time but not exceeding 60 days. The supplier shall also
arrange to remove the defective supply within a reasonable period but not exceeding 60
days
from the date of
issue of
the notice in respect thereof, failing
which the purchasing authority shall reserve the right to dispose off the defective
material in any manner considered fit by it at the sole risk of the supplier. Any sales
proceeds of the defective material after meeting the expenses incurred on its custody,
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disposal, handling etc. shall, however, be credited to the supplier's account and set off
against any outstanding dues of the purchaser against the supplier.
13.
WARRANTY DEED
The supplier shall execute a warranty deed, on the standard Performa to be supplied by
the purchaser, on a non-judicial stamp paper required for such deeds as per the relevant
act of the state in which it will be executed and signed and shall be kept valid for a period
of 60 months from the date the material is commissioned/put to the use by end user or 66
months from the date of despatch, whichever is earlier to cover the warranty period of the
material to be supplied. The warranty deed shall be supplied immediately after placement
of purchase order.
14.
PERFORMANCE BANK GUARANTEE
The supplier shall furnish a performance Bank Guarantee (on a standard proforma to be
supplied by the purchaser) to the tune of 10% value of the contract to cover the
satisfactory working of the material during the period of warranty as per clause-12 above
and it shall also be kept valid till such time any claim of the purchaser is pending against
the supplier. The performance Bank Guarantee shall be furnished by the supplier one
month before the commencement of delivery.
15.
TEST AND INSPECTION ( For Equipment/Material excluding Passive Networking
components)
The supplier shall also intimate the purchaser about the readiness of material
for
inspection and same shall be inspected within 15 days from the receipt of
notice. In case the representative of the purchaser finds on arrival at the supplier's
premises that the material was not ready for inspection and that the notice given by the
supplier was in fructuous, the expenditure incurred by the purchaser on arranging for
such inspection shall be recovered from the supplier. No material shall be dispatched
without prior inspection and approval of test certificates by the purchaser unless
otherwise directed. The inspected material shall be dispatched within 7 days from the
date of receipt of instructions allowing dispatch of material. However, if the inspection is
waived off by the purchaser, the supplier shall attach a copy of the Purchaser's letter
waiving off inspection with the Railway Receipt or the receipted goods challan and the
supplier shall be responsible for rectification of all defects noticed by the consignee after
receipt of material.
16.
TESTS & INSPECTION OF PASSIVE NETWORKING COMPONENTS
No inspection of passive networking components is required to be carried out prior to
dispatch/ installation. However the vendor shall ensure supply and installation of these
components of specified make only and shall carry out the testing of passive networking
components for AVAYA/ equivalent Certification after installation
17.
PACKING
All apparatus and equipment shall be securely packed for safe delivery at destination and
supplier shall be responsible for all losses or damages caused or occasioned due to
improper or defective packing. Double boxing to give extra protection to the equipment
against mechanical injury shall be used, if required.
All parts requiring protection from moisture including polished parts which rust rapidly,
shall be double boxed with trapper or in such other approved manner. All parts such as
coils parts, containing coils for electrical machines. Instruments, relays, motors etc.
requiring utmost protection against moisture shall be packed in metal lined sealed boxes
with trapper or sisal Kraft paper or any other approved material inserted between metal
lined box and the outer layer of boxing.
All boxes shall be marked with signs indicating the up and down sides of the boxes and
also unpacking instructions considered necessary by the supplier.
The contents of the boxes shall have place marks corresponding to the number in the
packing list to enable easy identification. The prices include packing charges also and as
such, no extra payment shall be made on this account.
18.
TRANSPORTATION, INSURANCE & HANDLING OF MATERIAL
The supplier shall be responsible for transportation, insurance and handling of material
upto the destination station as per despatch instructions. The material shall be dispatched
by Rail/Road “Freight Pre-Paid”. The purchaser shall have the right to lodge claim/claims
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for shortage/damages etc. if any, during transit with the supplier within 30 days of the
receipt of material. The settlement of such claim with the underwriters shall be the
supplier’s responsibility. In such an event, the purchaser shall obtain an open Delivery
and certification from the Railway/Carrier.
19.
ARBITRATION
If at any time question, dispute or difference whatsoever, shall arise, between the
purchaser and the supplier upon or in relation to or in connection with the contract either
party may forthwith give to the other, notice in writing of the existence of such question,
dispute or difference and the same shall be referred to award of (two) arbitrators one to
be nominated by the purchaser and other to be nominated by the supplier or in the case
of said arbitrators not agreeing then to the award of an umpire to be appointed by the
arbitrators in writing before proceeding with the reference and the decision of the
arbitrators or in the event of their not agreeing, of the umpire appointed by them, shall be
final and binding on the parties and provision of “the Arbitration and Conciliation Act,
1996” of the rules there under and any statutory amendment/ modifications or re
enactment thereof for the time being in-force shall be deemed to apply to and by
incorporated in the contract.
Such a notice of the existence of any question, dispute or difference in connection with
contract shall be served by either party within 180 days or the issue of receipt by the
consignee for each consignment failing which all rights and claims under this contract
shall be deemed to have been forfeited and absolutely barred.
The work under the contract shall reasonably possible continued during arbitration
proceedings and no payment or payable by the purchaser shall be within on account of
such proceedings.
20.
CANCELLATION OF PURCHASE ORDER
The purchaser shall have the right to amend or cancel the order at any time before the
receipt of intimation regarding manufacturing of material, if he is satisfied that the delay in
execution of the order by the supplier is willfull and detrimental to the interest of the
Board. In case where after the commencement of manufacture, there is willful delay on
the part of the supplier to the despatch/manufacture of the material, the purchaser may
cancel the order for whole/unexecuted portion after giving a notice of 15 days to the
supplier.
21.
JURISDICTION OF COURT
In case of any dispute between the parties, the courts at Chandigarh only
jurisdiction to settle/decide and adjudicate upon such matters.
22.
shall have the
SIGNING OF PURCHASE ORDER
The successful tenderer will be furnished with three copies of the purchase order. Two
copies shall be retained by the supplier. The third copy of the purchase order will be
returned by the supplier to the purchaser after signing each and every page of P.O. by his
authorized representative in token of the unconditional acceptance of the purchase order.
The supplier shall also furnish documentary evidence that the signatory is an authorized
representative of the supplier.
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Annexure-XIII (a)
(WARRANTY DEED)
(To be executed on the appropriate value of Non-Judicial Stamp Papers)
This
warranty
deed
made
this
day
the_____________________________________ between Messers (supplier’s name)
through ____________________hereinafter referred to as “The supplier” which expression
shall include its legal representatives, successors and assigns of the one part, and the
Bhakra Beas Management Board, Chandigarh through Chief Engineer/ Generation , a
statutory body constituted under Section 79 (1) read with Section-80 (6) of Punjab Reorganisation Act, 1966 hereinafter referred to as “ the Purchaser” which expression shall
include its successors and assigns of the other part.
Where as the Board has placed on the supplier P.O. No._______________
__________________ for supply and commissioning of servers, UPSs, networking
equipment, facility management services etc. as specifically and fully described in the said
P.O. and whereas the above said P.O. has been accepted by the Supplier vide their letter
No._________________________ thus constituting a legally enforceable contract
between the parties above named.
NOW THEREFORE THIS DEED WITNESSTH AND THE SUPPLIER HEREBY
WARRANTIES AS UNDER:That the supplier shall be responsible to replace free of cost, with no transportation
or insurance cost to the Board upto the destination, as specified in the said P.O. or the
Despatch instructions issued in pursuance of the said P.O. the whole or any part of the
material which in normal and proper use proves defective in quality or workmanship
subject to the condition that the defect is noticed within 60 months from the date of
commissioning of system or 66 months from the date of despatch, whichever period may
expire earlier. The consignees or any other representative of the Board actually using the
material will give prompt written notice of each such defect to the supplier. The
replacement shall be affected by the supplier within a reasonable time but not in any case
exceeding 60 (sixty) days. The supplier shall also arrange to remove the defective supply
within a reasonable period but not exceeding 60 (sixty) days from the date of issue of the
notice in respect thereof, failing which the Board shall reserve the right to dispose off the
defective material in any manner considered fit by it at the sole risk and cost of the
supplier. Any sale proceeds of the defective material after meeting the expenses incurred
on its custody, disposal, handling etc. shall however, be credited to the supplier’s account
and set off against any outstanding dues of the Board against the supplier.
That the above provisions shall also equally apply to the replaced material. In case
the material is again found to be defective within a period of 60 months of its replacement,
it shall also have to be replaced similarly.
The supplier further declares that this deed has been executed by its lawfully
constituted attorney legally competent to sign and execute and has been stamped as
required under the relevant Act of the State in which it has been executed & signed and
that the warranty herein before contained shall not be affected by any change in the
constitution of the supplier.
In witness whereof the parties hereto have executed this deed on the date and year
first above mentioned.
Witness:1.
Signature:___________________________
For and on behalf of the supplier:
Name & full address
Signature:_________________
2.
Signature :__________________________
Name & Designation:Name & full address.
Witness:1.
Signature:________________________
For and on behalf of the Board:Name & full address:Signature:______________
2.
Signature:________________________
Name & Designation:Name & full address:
Annexure-XIII(b)
PEROFORMA OF BANK GUARANTTE FOR OBTAINING 100% PAYMENT AGAINST
DISPATCH DOCUMENTS (TO BE EXECUTED ON THE APPROPRIATE VALUE OF NONJUDICIAL STAMPED PAPERS)
This agreement is made this _____________day of ________________between M/S
(Banker’s Name)______________________through --------------------designation of the person
signing the Bank Guarantee on behalf of the Guarantor), a company registered under the
Companies Act, 1956/Banking Statute/ a body corporate constituted under the Banking
Companies (Acquisition and Transfer of undertaking) Act V or 1970 having its registered office
at ________________hereinafter called the “Guarantor” which expression shall unless
repugnant to the context or meaning thereof include its successors and assigns of the first
part, M/S ___________________through (designation of the person signing The Bank
Guarante ________________________(on behalf of the supplier) a company registered under
companies Act, 1956, having its registered office at (Address of Registered
office____________________) hereinafter called the “Supplier” which expression shall unless
repugnant to the context or meaning thereof include its successors and assigns of the second
part and the Bhakra Beas Management Board, Chandigarh through Chief
Engineer/Generation, a statutory body constituted under Section 79 (1) read with Section-80
(6) of the Punjab Re-organisation Act, 1966 hereinafter called the ‘Purchaser’ which
expression shall unless repugnant to the context or meaning thereof include its successors
and assigns of the third part.
Whereas the supplier had, interalia, agree to supply to the Purchaser
_____________________(hereinafter called the said “system”) on the terms and conditions
contained in the Purchase Order No.__________________ dt.___________ (hereinafter
_________________ called the said “Purchase Order”.) placed by the Purchaser on the
supplier and unconditionally accepted by the supplier.
And whereas under clause 14 of Terms and Conditions of Purchase Order (AnnexureXII) of the said Purchase Order the supplier is required to furnish a Bank Guarantee for a sum
Rs._______________
(Rupees________________ )being the_______ value of all the
consignments of the said system on account of retention money, which but for this guarantee
would be withheld by the Purchaser till such time that the said system contained in the
purchase order is received in good condition by the Purchaser and in accordance with the
specifications of the same and the said system has given satisfactory performance during its
warranty period as per clause 12 of Terms and Conditions of Purchase Order (Annexure-XII)
of the said purchase order and also till such time that any claim of the Purchaser is pending
against the supplier, to guarantee the payment of the retention money on bill submitted against
supply of the said system on order from time to time upto a maximum amount of the sum of
Rs.___________ (Rupees____________________)
And whereas at the request on the supplier the Purchaser has agreed not to retain 10%
of the contract price of all the consignments and in lieu thereof to accept a Bank Guarantee
equivalent to the 10% of the contract price of all the consignments from the guarantor for the
aforesaid purposes & for the due performance of the said purchase order by the supplier on
the terms & conditions herein contained. Now this deed, witnesseth and it is hereby agreed by
and between the parties hereto as follows:
The Guarantor hereby guarantees to the Purchaser the quality, workmanship and
design of the said system in accordance with the prescribed specifications and the terms of the
said purchase order its satisfactory performance during the warranty period as per clause 12 of
Terms and Conditions of Purchase Order (Annexure-XII) of said purchase order and agree to
indemnify and keep indemnified the purchaser to the extent of Rs._____________ in the
aggregate against all losses, damages, cost, charges and expenses which may be suffered or
incurred by the purchaser on account of non-receipt of the said system in good condition or on
account of any defect in the said system or on account of any breach on the part of the
supplier of any of the terms and conditions of the said purchase order in the supply of and
during the warranty period of the said system. The guarantor further agrees that the Purchaser
shall be the sole judge whether or not the supplies have been made according to the prescribed
specifications, design and workmanship and laid down in the said purchase order. and whether
or not the said system has been received in good condition by the purchaser and whether or
not the said system has given satisfactory performance during its warranty period and whether
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or not the supplier has committed breach or breaches of any of the terms and conditions of the
said purchase order and the extent of loss, damages, cost, charges or expenses suffered or
incurred by the Purchaser on account thereof. The guarantor hereby guarantees and
undertakes to release & pay immediately the amount of Rs.________________ to the
Purchaser on receipt of written instructions from the Purchaser and the supplier shall not have
any right to interfere. The right to get the Bank Guarantee encashed shall rest with the
Purchaser solely at its discretion without assigning any reason whatsoever.
The guarantor further agrees that this guarantee shall remain in full force and effect for
60 months from the date of its issue in the first instance. This guarantee shall be revalidated
subsequently, if required, under clause 14 of the said purchase order so as to cover the
Warranty period as per Clause-12 of the said purchase order and also till such time any claim
of the Purchaser is pending against the supplier.
The guarantor also agrees and undertakes not to revoke this guarantee before the
same is discharged as aforesaid except with the previous consent of the Purchaser in writing.
The Guarantor hereby further agrees that the Purchaser shall have the fullest liberty
without affecting in any manner obligation of the guarantor hereunder with or without the
consent of the guarantor to vary any of the terms of the said purchase order or to extend from
time to time or to postpone for any time or from time to time any of the powers exercise-able
by the Purchaser against the supplier and either to forebear or enforce any of the terms or
conditions relating to the said purchase order and the Guarantor shall not be relieved from his
liability by reason of any variations or any extension being granted to the supplier or for any
forbearance, act or commission on the part of the Purchaser, or any indulgence by the
Purchaser to the supplier or by any such matter or thing whatsoever which under the law
relating to sureties would but for this provision have effect of so relieving the guarantor, nor
shall it be necessary for the Purchaser to sue the supplier before suing the said guarantor for
the amount/damages due under this deed of guarantee.
The guarantor hereby further affirms and declares that this guarantee has been
executed by their lawfully constituted attorney legally competent to sign and Execute and has
been stamped as required for such guarantees under the relevant Act of the State in which it
has been executed and signed and the guarantee herein before contained shall not be
affected by any change in the Constitution of the Guarantor (Bank) or the Constitution of the
supplier.
The Guarantor hereby further agrees that any claim or dispute arising under this deed
shall fall within the exclusive jurisdiction of courts at Chandigarh.
Notwithstanding, anything herein before contained the Guarantor’s liability under this
guarantee is restricted to Rs.____________ (Rupees__________________).The guarantee
shall remain valid upto_________. Unless claim in writing is presented to the guarantor within
six months from that date and if unpaid, a suit or action to enforce such claim under this
guarantee is filed against the guarantor within said period of six months, all the rights of the
Purchaser under the said guarantee shall be forfeited and the guarantor shall be released and
discharged from all liability there under.
In witness whereof the parties hereto have put their perspective hands on the day and
the year first above mentioned.
Witness:
For & on behalf of the Guarantor:
1.
2.
Signatures:_____________
Name & Designation_______
________________________
Witness:
For and on behalf of the Supplier.
1.
2.
Signatures:______________
Name & Designation_______
_______________________
Witness:
For and on behalf of the Purchaser.
1.
2.
Signatures:_______________
Name & Designation_______
________________________
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GURANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS MAKE MODEL- ANNEXURE-VII
Sr. No
Make/ model
1.1
Blade Servers (Type -1 )
HP BL 460 C
1.2
Blade Servers (Type -2 )
HP BL 680 C
1.3
(Make/Model Offered)
HCL Infosystems Ltd.
Specification for High Performance,GPS based Network
Symmetricom S 350
Time Server. (Network Protocols)
1.4
Cabinet/Chassis for Blade Servers with following
configuration
1.5
Backup Solution for Servers with the following details
1.6
Rack
HP C 7000
HP / SYMMANTEC BACK UP EXEC
HP/HCL
1.7
Server (Database)
HP ML 350/HCL IGL 2701HC
1.8
Server for Talwara, Sundernagar & Nangal
HP ML 350/HCL IGL 2701HC
3.1
TRITRONICS/AUTORONICA/
ON LINE UPS OF 5 KVA RATING WITH 60 MINUTES NUMERIC/EMERSON
BACKUP (Including Batteries ) (TRITRONICS/
AUTORONICA/ APC/ TATA LIEBERT/NUMERIC MAKE)
4.1
ROUTER For Chandigarh
CISCO 3945
4.2
Router For Sundernagar & Nangal Computer Centres
CISCO 2911
4.3
Router ( For Ganguwal & Slapper)
CISCO 2911
4.4
LEASED LINE MODEMS (G.703 and V.35 pair)
ATRIE WIRESPAN 3000/ANDA TELECOM ATP AM
SPAN 2000 GM
4.5
LAN Extender
ATRIE WIRESPAN WS 5300/ANDA TELECOM AT
6200
4.6
EDGE / DEPARTMENT/ BUILDING SWITCH
CISCO 2960 S