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AX1250S Datasheet
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Datasheet
ALAXALA Fast Ethernet Layer 2 switch
AX1250S Series
1. Overview
The ALAXALA AX1250S series of Fast Ethernet Layer 2 switches offers the following model:
Figure 1
AX1250S-24T2C
1.1 Product concept
The AX1250S series switch is used as an access switch under severe temperature conditions, such as in
factories, railways, and roads.
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Low-end model in AX series product lineup, covering network edges
Features incorporated from the high-end AX series; system interoperability (functional consistency);
unified interconnectivity and operability
Problem analysis and purchase orders can be consolidated with ALAXALA, allowing reduction in
system construction costs and in system construction work by users and systems engineers.
High reliability, high security, and high operability based on a guaranteed network
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1.2 Usage examples
The following example shows the use of the switch as a floor switch in a large or medium LAN.
The figure below shows an example configuration and the switch usage when switches are used with an
AX6300S series switch in a LAN.
(1) Large/medium LAN
AX6300S
Floor
Floor
AX2400S
AX2400S
Factory area
AX1250S
Figure 2 Example of using switches in large or medium LAN
Table 1 Switch usage
Target Market
Switch Usage
Point
Large LAN
(under severe temperature
conditions)
- Workgroup switch for terminal
connections
- Switch that concentrates network lines
on a floor for which Fast Ethernet is
appropriate
- Core switch
(Connected to base routers which
connect to the center router)
- Floor switch
- Workgroup switch
- Operability unified by AX series lineup
- Rich security and authentication functionality
(IEEE 802.1X, Web authentication, MAC
authentication)
- Stable operation and enhanced highly available
functionality
(Autonomous Extensible Ring Protocol (transit
node), GSRP-aware, link aggregation, RSTP, etc.)
- IPv6 support (MLD snooping)
Medium and small LANs
(under severe temperature
conditions)
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2. Features
2.1 Features of the AX1250S series
(1) Enhanced operating conditions
x High-quality devices
- By using carefully selected parts, the environmental conditions under which the Switch can operate
are improved so it can now operate at temperatures of up to 50ºC.
- Fanless design, although the operation temperature is 50ºC, reduces the number of problems caused
due to dust sucked into devices.
- High reliability assured through strict design and testing standards.
(2) Various optical transceivers
x Multi-mode optical fiber
- 100BASE-FX, 1000BASE-SX, and 1000BASE-SX2 are supported. They can be replaced with
FDDI#1.
x Gigabit uplink
- Two ports can be used simultaneously in combination with 1000BASE-T ports or in combination
with 1000BASE-X (SX/SX2/LX/BX/LH) ports to support various network environments.
#1: The maximum cable length for 1000BASE-SX is 550 m. Please check the distance between nodes for replacement.
(3) Robust security
x Authentication and quarantine solutions
- Authentication methods such as IEEE 802.1X, Web authentication, MAC authentication enable
individual PCs to be authenticated and placed into a VLAN, while maintaining the freedom of the
physical configuration of network edges.
- IEEE 802.1X port-based authentication (static) restricts and releases communicable packets by using
status monitoring, which gives permission for full access communication only to terminals that
conform to a security policy.
- Web authentication by the RSA SecurID#2 one-time password authentication functionality can
improve network access security. PIN code initial registration and token code re-entry are also
supported#3.
- Devices such as printers can be authenticated by using MAC authentication.
- Fixed-IP address terminals also can be authenticated by using the fixed VLAN modes of MAC
authentication and Web authentication. Moreover, port trunking allows wireless terminals or similar
terminals that have both untagged frames and tagged frames to be authenticated.
- Multistep authentication#4, which performs terminal authentication and user authentication in two
steps, is supported as the network authentication functionality.
x Secure Wake-on-LAN
- This functionality allows access to your PC from outside the company, whether you are at home or on
a business trip. You can use a Web browser to access a switch and, via the in-house network, turn on
or off the power to a desktop PC within the company#5.
x Unauthorized DHCP servers and terminals with fixed-IP addresses are excluded from networks.
- Strong security measures can be provided via DHCP snooping, which eliminates unauthorized DHCP
servers and terminals with fixed IP addresses.
#2: RSA, the RSA logo, and SecurID are trademarks or registered trademarks of RSA Security Inc. in the United States and other
countries.
#3: For this functionality, you must purchase an optional software license separately.
#4: In this authentication, user authentication (IEEE 802.1X or Web authentication) is performed after terminal authentication
(MAC authentication) is completed.
#5: For this functionality, you must purchase an optional software license separately.
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(4) High reliability for configuring mission-critical networks
x Variety of redundant network configurations
- High-speed path switching
Standard features such as Autonomous Extensible Ring Protocol (transit nodes), link aggregation
(IEEE 802.3ad), and high-speed spanning tree, and proprietary features such as GSRP-aware allow a
redundant high-reliability network to be built. Uplink redundancy, which can build redundant
configurations without using a spanning tree, is supported.
- QoS, which gives priority to important packets and audio packets, is supported.
x Layer 2 loop avoidance
- UDLD prevents spanning tree loops and link aggregation frame loss.
- The Layer 2 loop detection functionality detects improperly connected devices on a network, which
helps prevent loops.
(5) Excellent network management, maintenance, and operation
x CFM (Connectivity Fault Management) (Ether OAM)
Continuity checks (CC), loopback, and link traces can perform connectivity monitoring and failure
management at the Layer 2 level.
x In addition to the basic MIB-II, many other MIBs, including RMON are supported.
x Improved configuration compatibility with the AX2400S and AX3600S series simplifies the operation
of the entire system.
x SD memory cards
- Log information storage and software update are supported.
x Console ports are located on the front panel.
x ON-API is part of a new operations management system OAN#6 that boasts linkage with IT systems and
the automation, visualization, and simplification of network operations and management.
#6: A network operation management concept proposed by ALAXALA. This concept is present in RFC 5381 Experience of
Implementing NETCONF over SOAP, a proposal document currently being standardized by IETF.
(6) Compact design and low environmental impact
x Compact chassis
- Compact design with a maximum depth of 20.0 cm and the maximum height of 4.3 cm (1U)
x RoHS is applied, and the environmental impact is reduced.
(7) IPv6 support
x MLD snooping is supported, which can control the distribution of IPv6 multicast packets.
(8) Precise QoS
x While functioning as a Layer 2 switch, the AX1250S series switch can identify Layer 2 flows, Layer 3
flows, and Layer 4 flows, and then can control priority and bandwidth. ToS or CoS marking and
mapping are supported, and enable optimal QoS processing and distribution of packets according to the
features of applications such as IP telephones.
(9) Power saving
x LED operation is controlled in three steps, normal brightness, power saving brightness (operation with
lower brightness than normal), and disabled.
- LEDs can be set to blink or turn on in normal brightness when consoles are connected to the switches,
ports are in the link-up state, and SD memory cards are inserted. The settings can be also changed so
that LEDs automatically turn off after the operations are completed.
x Port power saving
- To achieve power saving, the power to a port is shut off when a link-down is detected at the port for
which the shutdown setting is configured by using configuration commands.
x Schedule functionality
- The switches can switch automatically to a sleep state and be woken up from the sleep state, in
accordance with the schedule settings for long holidays, Saturdays, Sundays, public holidays, and
evening.
- The above LED operation and port power saving also can be set up by schedule settings.
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3. Specifications
3.1 Specifications of the AX1250S series switch
Table 2 Specifications of the AX1250S series switch
Specifications
Name
Switching capacity
Frame processing performance Ethernet
(Mpacket/s) (Note 1)
(Layer 2 forwarding)
AX1250S-24T2C
8.8 Gbit/s
6.5
Number of
network
interfaces
10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T or
100BASE-FX/1000BASE-SX/SX2/LX/BX/
LH (SFP) (Note 2)
10BASE-T/100BASE-TX
Number of memory card slots
Power supply Voltage
Rated input voltage (V)
requirements
Variation range (V)
(Note 3)
Frequency (Hz)
Max. input current (A)
2
24
SD memory card x 1
100 to 120 AC/
200 to 240 AC
90 to 132 AC/
180 to 264 AC
50/60
0.18 at 100 V AC
0.10 at 200 V AC
18/21 (Note 4)
Grounded. 2-prong insertion (Note 5)
65/76 (Note 4)
Class A 3.9 (Reference value: 4.1)
4.4 Gbit/s
2
Max. power consumption (W)
Power socket
Heat emission (kJ/h)
Items of Law Energy efficiency (W/Gbps)
Regarding the Max. effective transmission speed
Rationalization Speed and number of ports 1 Gbps
of Energy Use when measuring
100 Mbps
24
(Note 7)
Equipment
External dimensions W x D x H (mm)
445 x 200 x 43 (1U)
requirements
(height [U])
Weight (kg) (main unit only)
2.8
Environmental Temperature Acceptable operating range
−10ºC to 50ºC (0ºC to 50ºC at startup) (Note 6)
requirements
When not operating (not
−10ºC to 50ºC
energized)
During storage and
−25ºC to 60ºC
transportation
Relative
Acceptable operating range
10 to 85 percent (non-condensing)
humidity
When not operating (not
8 to 90 percent (non-condensing)
energized)
During storage and
5 to less than 100 percent (non-condensing)
transportation
Suspended particulates
Suspended particulates smaller than approx. 10 microns: 0.15 mg/m3
2
Vibration (m/s )
No more than 2.45
Applicable
EMI standard
VCCI Class A
standards
Harmonic current emission standard
JIS C61000-3-2
EMS standard
JEITA IT-3001
Safety standard
UL60950-1 compliant
Note 1: Measurement conditions are as follows:
- Physical media: 1000BASE-T and 1000BASE-X
- Frame type: Layer 2 forwarding. No flooding.
- Frame length: 64 bytes
- QoS and filtering: Not set
Note 2: Combo port (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T, 100BASE-FX/1000BASE-X) x 2 ports. Used exclusively per combo
port (cannot be used simultaneously).
Note 3: Range where normal operation is guaranteed.
Note 4: When two 1000BASE-LH (SFP) ports are used, the values are those written on the right.
Note 5: The 200 V AC cables are not provided with the switch. You must obtain the appropriate cables. For details about the shape of
the power connector, see Hardware Instruction Manual.
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Note 6: The acceptable operating ranges when SFP is used are shown in Table 3. If two types of SFPs are used, the range applied to
both SFPs is valid.
Note 7: Values measured by using methods specified by the Law Regarding the Rationalization of Energy Use.
Table 3 Acceptable operating range when SFP is used
SFP to be used
(abbreviation)
SFP-SX
SFP-LX
SFP-LH
SFP-BX1U
SFP-BX1D
SFP-BX4U
SFP-BX4D
SFP-SX2
SFP-FX (T)
Acceptable operating range of the
switch
−10ºC to 50ºC
−10ºC to 50ºC
−10ºC to 50ºC
0ºC to 50ºC
0ºC to 50ºC
0ºC to 50ºC
0ºC to 50ºC
−5ºC to 50ºC
−10ºC to 50ºC
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3.2 Functionality
Table 4 List of functionality
Category
LAN
Functionality
Ethernet
Supported standards
10BASE-T/100BASE-TX
IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u
10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/
1000BASE-T
100BASE-FX
1000BASE-X (SX/LX)
1000BASE-X (SX2)
1000BASE-X (BX)
IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u
IEEE 802.3ab
IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u
IEEE 802.3z
-IEEE 802.3ah
1000BASE-X (BX (40 km support version))
--
1000BASE-X(LH)
--
Flow control
10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/
1000BASE-T down shift
IEEE 802.3x
Auto negotiation
extended
functionality
IEEE 802.3ad link aggregation
Jumbo frame
Transparent bridge
Layer 2
functionality VLAN
Remarks
--
(Note 1)
IEEE 802.3ad
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Port VLAN
IEEE 802.1Q
IEEE 802.1u
IEEE 802.1v
IEEE 802.1Q
VLAN tagging
Protocol VLAN
MAC VLAN
Inter-port relay blocking functionality
Spanning tree
STP
---IEEE 802.1D, IEEE 802.1t
RSTP
IEEE 802.1w
MSTP
IEEE 802.1s
PVST+
--
BPDU filtering
Loop guard
Root guard
-----
Uplink redundancy
Autonomous Extensible Ring Protocol
--
IGMP/MLD snooping
draft-ietf-magma-snoop-12.txt
-IEEE 802.3ah
Storm control
IEEE 802.3ah/UDLD
Other
functionality
L2 loop detection
CFM (Connectivity Fault Management) (Ether OAM)
Filtering
Flow detection Layer 2 conditions
QoS
-IEEE 802.1ag
--
Layer 3 conditions (IPv4)
--
Layer 4 conditions
--
Flow detection Layer 2 conditions
--
Layer 3 conditions (IPv4)
Marker
--
Layer 4 conditions
--
User priority updating
--
DSCP updating
--
Priority
CoS mapping
determination
Discard
Tail drop
control
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Category
Functionality
Shaper
Scheduling
Supported standards
PQ
WRR
WFQ
PQ + WRR
Port bandwidth control
Diff-Serv
Layer 2
authentication
IEEE
802.1X
Ver.2.2 (4)
Remarks
-------
Port-based authentication (static) IEEE 802.1X
RFC 2865, RFC 2866, RFC 2868,
Port-based authentication
RFC 2869, RFC 3579, RFC 3580,
(dynamic)
RFC 3748
VLAN-based authentication
(dynamic)
Web
Fixed VLAN mode
-authentication
URL redirection
-Keep Alive functionality
-Internal DB
-RADIUS linkage
-Dynamic VLAN mode
-URL redirection
-Internal DB
-RADIUS linkage
-Legacy mode
-Internal DB
-RADIUS linkage
-One-time password
-(Note 6)
authentication
RFC 2131
DHCP server
RFC 2132
DHCP option
MAC
Fixed VLAN mode
-authentication
Internal DB
-RADIUS linkage
-Dynamic VLAN mode
-Internal DB
-RADIUS linkage
-Legacy mode
-Internal DB
-RADIUS linkage
-Mixed
IEEE 802.1X/
-authentication Web authentication/
on a port
MAC authentication
Common to Restrict the number of
-(Note 7)
authentication authentications
Forced authentication method
-(Note 5)
Multistep authentication
-Secure Wake-on-LAN
-(Note 6)
DHCP snooping
-Port mirroring
Local
-Only one port can be
specified for the mirror port.
Reliability Environmental monitoring
-Self diagnosis (MD)
-Redundancy switchover linkage
GSRP-aware
-function
Network SNMP
v1, v2c
RFC 1155, RFC 1157,
RFC 1901, RFC 1902,
management
RFC 1903, RFC 1904,
RFC 1905, RFC 1906,
RFC 1907, RFC 1908
MIB-II, Interface MIB
RFC 1213, RFC 2233, RFC 2863
(some MIBs only)
Ethernet MIB
RFC 1493 (some MIBs only),
RFC 1643 (some MIBs only),
RFC 3621
CFM-MIB
IEEE 802.1ag
RMON
RFC 1757
Private MIB
-(Note 2)
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Category
Functionality
Ver.2.2 (4)
Supported standards
Operation Connection with
Serial (Console)
operation terminals
and
maintenance Configuration
CLI
Security
Login
Password
authentication Host address
Remarks
-----
RADIUS
One-time password
authentication
SSH (Ver.1/Ver.2)
RFC 2865
--
(Note 6)
RFC 4251 (partly not supported),
RFC 4252 (partly not supported),
RFC 4253 (partly not supported),
RFC 4254 (partly not supported),
RFC 4716 (partly not supported)
---
Collection of
management
information
Display of switch/interface status
Operation message log
OAN
LLDP
Statistics on a line-by-line basis
ON-API (Ver. 1.8) support
AX-Config-Master (Ver. 3.4) support
AX-Networker's-Utility (Ver. 4.0) support
IEEE 802.1AB/D6.0
-RFC 4741, RFC 4743, RFC 5381 (Note 3)
NTP
RFC 2030
(Note 4)
Command-free maintenance
-Power saving
LED automatic brightness change
-Port power saving
-Scheduling
System sleep
-Port power saving
-LED brightness change
-Note 1: Software-based execution
Note 2: The differences from AX2400S and AX3600S series are as follows:
- axsDHCP group
- axsGSRPMIB group
- axsOADP group
- axsFLOW group
- axs2430sManagement
- ICMP group (HP private MIB)
Note 3: In addition to some features provided in version 1.0 to version 1.4, ON-API works according to power-saving sleep.
AX-Config-Master works by using features equivalent to those provided in version 1.0 and version 1.1 (including protocol
VLAN). AX-Networker's-Utility supports a failure recovery support tool as well as features provided in version 2.0. ON-API
(Ver. 1.8) and the power-saving sleep mode are available on the switches of version 2.2.C and later. For details, see the
document for the OAN datasheet.
Note 4: Only the SNTP client functionality is supported.
Note 5: This feature is enabled only for RADIUS authentication.
Note 6: You must purchase optional software licenses separately.
Note 7: Only Web authentication and MAC authentication are supported.
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[Date of Issue]
January 2010
April 2010
July 2010
September 2010
(Ver. 2.2: Edition 1)
(Ver. 2.2: Edition 2)
(Ver. 2.2: Edition 3)
(Ver. 2.2: Edition 4)
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#2 The company names, product names, and company-specific feature names listed in this data sheet are either registered
trademarks or trademarks of their respective owners.
#3 The product appearances and specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
#4 This product corresponds to regulated cargo/service according to regulations of the Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade
Act. Therefore, when exporting this product
(e.g. bringing to countries outside Japan or offering to non-residents),
it is required to follow the appropriate procedures, including applications for export permits from the Japanese government
according to the Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade Act and U.S. laws and regulations concerning such exports.
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