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Summit® 200 Series - Andover Consulting Group, Inc.
Extreme Networks Data Sheet
Summit® 200 Series
Summit 200 series 24- or 48-port 10/100 and the 24 port 100FX
Ethernet switches deliver high-performance, advanced intelligence and features in a compact, low cost package.
High Availability at the Edge
of the Network
• Ethernet Automatic Protection Switching (EAPS) resiliency
protocol for sub-second failover
• Redundant gigabit uplink ports for greater throughput and
• Layer 2 and Layer 3 ESRP for dual-homed configuration
Maximum Scalability and Ease of
Management with Stacking
• High 10/100 connectivity per inch (up to 48 ports in 1RU)
• Up to 8 switches (24 and/or 48) switches per stack
• Single management address for stack with common CLI,
SNMP management
Layer 3 Intelligence and Security at
the Edge to Protect the Network
• Layers 2 – 4 ACLs, web-based Network Login, 802.1x, SSH2,
TACACS, RADIUS, Denial of Service (DoS) protection, MAC
address security
• Routing features for maximum forwarding control at the edge
• Advanced edge ExtremeWare® features supported end-to-end
throughout the network
Summit 200 series switches redefine edge switch
connectivity by delivering advanced features
found in much more expensive Layer 3 switches
with the price competitiveness and ease of
connectivity of a traditional Layer 2 switch. The
most demanding edge customers can now have it
all: high-performance, robust security, greatest
network availability, true end-to-end manageability and advanced Layer 3 switching services, in a
surprisingly compact 1RU package.
Based on award-winning ExtremeWare Layer 3
software, Summit 200 switches deliver 24- or 48ports of 10/100 Ethernet or 24 ports of 100FX
Ethernet with four physical Gigabit Ethernet
uplinks (two active and two redundant). Every
port delivers a vast array of ExtremeWare Layer 2
and Layer 3 features––everything from Open
Shortest Path First (OSPF) routing and advanced
Quality of Service (QoS) classification to the latest
advancements in security, such as Network Login.
Once again, Extreme Networks® demonstrates why it
is the leader in Layer 3 switching.
Target Applications
• Edge security to protect networks where
they are being attacked
• Wire-speed, non-blocking 10/100 connectivity
to end stations
• Network edge deployments with Layer 3
intelligence and routing to increase efficiency
of sub-network edge traffic
• Secure, long reach Fast Ethernet edge deployments with 100FX connections to end stations
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Customer Benefits
High Availability at the Edge
of the Network
Non-blocking wire-speed capabilities
help ensure performance for the most
demanding applications. DiffServ and
802.1p deliver varied levels of service for
time-sensitive applications. They help
ensure efficient bandwith usage. Four
hardware queues provide granularity for
multiple applications, and low latency/
low jitter for time-sensitive applications
(voice and multimedia).
High Level of Network
Redundant copper and fiber gigabit
uplinks enable true high availability as
Summit 200 switches are able to immediately failover to the redundant port, thereby
leaving the user’s application unaffected.
The user stays connected to the network
and remains productive if a failover occurs.
Enterprise customers can now rely on an
unmatched network recovery time,
traditionally reserved for carriers (50ms), in
their LAN network. Summit 200 switches
provide connectivity and productivity with
advanced high availability features, such as
sub-second failover (EAPS, RFC 3619) to
deliver sub-second (less than 50 ms
recovery) protection switching to switches
inter­-connected in an Ethernet ring
topology. EAPS is similar to Spanning Tree
Protocol (STP), but offers the advantage of
converging in significantly less time than
STP or even Rapid Spanning Tree (802.1w)
when a link breaks in the ring.
Extreme Standby Routing Protocol™
(ESRP) can be implemented at both
Layers 2 and 3, adding Layer 2 resiliency
and loop prevention and Layer 3 default
router redundancy to your network. It
can be used as an STP substitute and
can be scaled to protect thousands of
VLANs. In fact, multiple instances of
ESRP in the same VLAN allow direct
host attachment to standby switches.
With software redundant port feature, a
specified primary port can be backed up
by another port. Should the link go down
on the primary port, the redundant port
will establish a link and become active,
thus multi-homed redundancy can be
easily designed without the complexity
of a protocol.
Dual-homed configurations are also supported to allow increased availability.
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High Security for Control
and Data
MAC address security allows identifying
port abuse such as rogue wireless access
points or hubs/switches on edge ports. It
includes two features: MAC lockdown on
a per port basis and limiting the number
MAC addresses learned by a port. For
example, MAC lockdown and saving
learned MAC addresses between reboots
can be used to protect ports dedicated for
Voice-over-IP (VoIP) phones or printers
from abuse. Limiting the number of MAC
addresses learned on a port also allows
enforcement of service level agreements
in tenant or service provider environments.
SSHv2 allows network managers to
securely configure the box remotely
without any risk of packet snooping or
man in the middle attacks. SSHv2, DoS
protection, TACACS+ and RADIUS offers
reliable and secure configuration traffic
(encryption) and authentication. With
IEEE 802.1x login, network managers can
always control who is connected to the
network and prevent unauthorized clients
from gaining access.
Web-based Network Login does not require
any specific client software and works with
any HTTP-compliant web browser and
thus is independent of the platform. Every
user on every port can be authenticated so
the network is protected at the most
sensitive point of attack––at the edge.
Multiple Supplicant (client) enables multiple
clients to be individually authenticated on
the same port. Summit 200 series
switches have wire-speed Layer 2-4
Access Control Lists (ACLs) on every port
for maximum security while maintaining
maximum throughput.
Summit 200-24fx provides secure, long
reach (up to 2km on Multimode fiber)
100FX fiber connections that are difficult
to tap. This allows deployment in secure
environments and ensures no impact from
electro-magnetic radiations.
Superior Services
Years of development enable ExtremeWare
to deliver the most comprehensive Layer 3
advanced software solution set at the edge,
allowing customers to easily expand and
add new services to their networks without
major changes. True end-to-end management results in lower operational costs
and less training, while maximizing
network uptime.
Maximum Scalability and Ease
of Management
Summit 200 series switches and UniStack™
stacking architecture were designed to
support converged services. Resiliency is
of key importance for these converged
applications such as video and IP Telephony
and is assured by redundant bidirectional
ring architecture and n-1 master redundancy,
distributed Layer 2 and Layer 3 link
aggregation, link redundancy, and
distributed uplinks. Summit 200 series
switches with UniStack delivers the best of
both worlds: the benefits of a chassis at
the cost of a stackable in an architecture
designed to support today’s evolving LAN
applications. The resulting network
simplification yields lower management
and maintenance costs, while enhancing
overall availability.
UniStack stacking on Summit 200 series
switches offers a better way to contain
edge complexity by integrating multiple
switches into one manageable entity that
simplifies configuration, upgrades, and
adds and drops.
Summit 200 switches deliver an increase in
10/100 Ethernet scalability while reducing the
cost per Layer 3 port to very affordable levels.
Requiring only 1.75” of rack space (1RU),
Summit 200 supports up to 48 ports of RJ-45
copper 10/100 Ethernet and four Gigabit
Ethernet ports (two 1000BASE-T RJ-45
copper ports and two fiber gigabit ports).
Summit 200 gigabit uplink ports provide the
added flexibility of port redundancy between
copper and fiber ports, enabling backup links
to the active uplinks with sub-second (50ms)
failover capability. With Summit 200 switches’
non-blocking architecture, you will get full
performance to the edge of every user on
the network.
More 10/100 density and line-rate performance sometimes means higher price, but
not with Summit 200 switches. The
groundbreaking design of this platform
enables Extreme Networks to price Layer 3
services on Summit 200 switches at less than
the competition’s Layer 2 price. Customers
get more density, higher performance, and
a lower cost from Extreme Networks and
Summit 200 switches.
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Customer Benefits
Intelligence at the Edge—
Where You Need It
Customers need both Layer 2 and Layer 3
intelligent services at the edge to help
ensure maximum network efficiency, and
Summit 200 switches deliver the best
Layers 2-3 features set at the edge.
Intelligence supports security to prevent
unauthorized access, high availability to
help ensure network uptime, common
manageability to reduce expenses—the
very features that customers require at
the edge of the network.
Summit 200 switches support advanced
Layer 3 services like RIP, OSPF, Network
Address Translation, and Layers 2 – 4
ACLs. Summit 200 switches also support
Layer 2 services like QoS classification,
dynamic VLANs, EAPS, and ACLs. End
users now enjoy services such as better
security, faster forwarding and routing,
and more uptime because Summit 200
switches support ExtremeWare Layer 2
and Layer 3 services. Moreover, Summit 200
switches are the only edge switches on
the market capable of supporting
ExtremeWare Layer 2 and advanced
Layer 3 features yet priced lower than
many entry level Layer 2 switches.
End-to-End Solution­—Edge,
Aggregation and Core
Summit 200 switches are fully integrated
into Extreme Networks edge, aggregation,
and core end-to-end solution. ExtremeWare
Layer 2 and Layer 3 features implemented
in Summit 200 switches are shared with
other Extreme Networks platforms in
the Summit product line as well as with
Alpine® and BlackDiamond® switches.
This common code base makes it easy to
configure features like ACLs and EAPS,
commonly throughout the network.
Summit 200 switches also use the same
Command Line Interface (CLI),
EPICenter® graphical management
interface and management commands as
other Extreme Networks’ switches, so
training time and expenses are reduced
as management expertise can be shared
over an entire network solution.
Inte­gration of Summit 200 switches into
an Extreme Networks end-to-end
solution reduces the cost of networking
and significantly improves the overall
efficiency of the network.
Summit 200 Switches
Feature Set Summary
Hardware Features
• Network Login
• 802.1x
• Web-based Network Login
• 24 and 48 10/100 auto-negotiating Ethernet
ports in a 1RU footprint allow more network
connections per inch of rack space
• SSH2 server
• 24 fixed 100BASE-FX (MMF) ports deliver
high-density fiber connectivity in 1.75-inch
high (1RU) form factor
• RADIUS support
• 2-10/100/1000BASE-T copper ports and 2
mini-GBIC ports deliver two active gigabit
uplinks for greater throughput and two
redundant uplinks
• Single AC power supply
Performance Features
• Non-blocking wire-speed architecture
• 23.6 Gbps switching fabric (Summit 200-48),
11.8 Gbps switching fabric on the Summit 200-24 and Summit 200-24fx
enabling all ports to operate at line-rate
• Layer 2/3/4 ACLs
• DoS
• TACACS+ support
• MAC Address Security (lockdown + limit)
• IP Address Security: Disable ARP learning
• Intelligent Network Access with integration
with EPICenter Policy Manager, including
compatibility with Sygate host integrity
checking RADIUS authentication separated
between Network Access and Device
Management Security
• Management Security: SNMPv3, SSH2-client,
• DoS Protect
• IP Address Security: DHCP Option 82
• Flow-based central rate limiting that can be
applied to any classified packet flow
• 255 port based and MAC based VLANs
• Software Redundant Port
• 8,191 MAC addresses
• ESRP (in Advanced Edge license)
• 4 hardware queues per port
• VRRP (in Advanced Edge license)
• 4 Gigabit Ethernet uplink ports, 2 active and
2 redundant with Layer 1 failover
• Loop detection via Lbdetect and ELRP CLI
EAPS is now for free
• ACLs for optimal security and diverse traffic
• STP: 802.1w Rapid Spanning Tree
Management Features
• Serial management port on the front panel for
ease of installation
• Extensive management through SNMP,
• Secure remote management with strong
encryption using SSH2
• Port mirroring
ExtremeWare Features
Intelligent Services
• STP: Compatibility mode for PVST+, EMISTP
(1 domain per port)
Extensibility and Scalability
• Static Multicast Routes
• Multicast: static IGMP membership
• LACP for edge deployment (server
• Stacking
• Entity MIB for inventory
• mtrace/mrinfo
• QoS
– 4 priority queues
– 802.1p priority marking
– Layer 2 classification
– Layer 3 DiffServ
– Layer 2/3/4 ACLs
• Routing
– RIP v1/v2
– OSPF Edge
– Extreme Standby Router Protocol aware
• Multicast
– IGMP v1/v2
– IGMP snooping
– PIM/SM edge
• Ethernet Automatic Protection Switchingedge (EAPS-edge)
• Network Address Translation
• Multicast-edge
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Technical Specifications
ExtremeWare 7.7 Supported
General Routing and Switching
• RFC 1812 Requirements for IP Version 4
• RFC 1519 CIDR
• RFC 1256 IPv4 ICMP Router Discovery (IRDP)
• RFC 1122 Host Requirements
• RFC 768 UDP
• RFC 791 IP
• RFC 792 ICMP
• RFC 793 TCP
• RFC 826 ARP
• RFC 894 IP over Ethernet
• RFC 1027 Proxy ARP
• RFC 2338 VRRP
• RFC 3619 Ethernet Automatic Protection
Switching (EAPS) and EAPSv2
• IEEE 802.1D – 1998 Spanning Tree Protocol
• IEEE 802.1w – 2001 Rapid Reconfiguration for
• IEEE 802.1s – 2004 Multiple Instances of STP,
• Extreme Multiple Instances of Spanning Tree
Protocol (EMISTP)
• PVST+, per VLAN STP (802.1Q interoperable)
• Extreme Standby Router Protocol (ESRP)
• IEEE 802.1Q – 2003 Virtual Bridged Local Area
• Extreme Discovery Protocol (EDP)
• Static Unicast Routes
• Extreme Loop Recovery Protocol (ELRP)
• Software Redundant Ports
• IEEE 802.1Q VLAN Tagging
• IEEE 802.3ad Static configuration and dynamic
(LACP) for server attached
• IEEE 802.1v: VLAN classification by Protocol
and Port
• Port-based VLANs
• MAC-based VLANs
• Multiple STP domains per VLAN
Quality of Service and Policies
• IEEE 802.1D – 1998 (802.1p) Packet Priority
• RFC 2474 DiffServ Precedence, including 4
• RFC 2598 DiffServ Expedited Forwarding (EF)
• RFC 2597 DiffServ Assured Forwarding (AF)
• RFC 2475 DiffServ Core and Edge Router
• Ingress rate limiting
• Layer 1-4, Layer 7 (user name) Policy-Based
• Policy-Based Mapping/Overwriting of DiffServ
code points, .1p priority
• Network Login/802.1x and DLCS (Dynamic Link
Context System, WINS snooping) based
integration with EPICenter Policy Manager for
dynamic user/device based policies
• RFC 1058 RIP v1
• RFC 2453 RIP v2
• RFC 2328 OSPF v2 (including MD5 authentication)
• RFC 1587 OSPF NSSA Option
• RFC 1765 OSPF Database Overflow
• RFC 2370 OSPF Opaque LSA Option
Note: OSPF Edge License includes 2 active
interfaces, router priority 0
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IP Multicast
• RFC 2362 PIM-SM
• RFC 1112 IGMP v1
• RFC 2236 IGMP v2
• IGMP Snooping with Configurable Router
Registration Forwarding
• IGMP Filters
• Static IGMP Membership
• Static Multicast Routes
• Mtrace, draft-ietf-idmr-traceroute-ipm-07
• Mrinfo
Management and Traffic Analysis
• RFC 2030 SNTP, Simple Network Time Protocol v4
• RFC 1866 HTML – web-based device management and Network Login
• RFC 2068 HTTP server
• RFC 854 Telnet client and server
• RFC 783 TFTP Protocol (revision 2)
• RFC 951, 1542 BootP
• RFC 2131 BOOTP/DHCP relay agent and DHCP
• RFC 1591 DNS (client operation)
• RFC 1155 Structure of Mgmt Information
• RFC 1157 SNMPv1
• RFC 1212, RFC 1213, RFC 1215 MIB-II,
Ethernet-Like MIB & TRAPs
• RFC 1573 Evolution of Interface
• RFC 1901 – 1908 SNMP Version 2c, SMIv2 and
Revised MIB-II
• RFC 2570 – 2575 SNMPv3, user based
security, encryption and authentication
• RFC 2576 Coexistence between SNMP Version
1, Version 2 and Version 3
• RFC 2665 Ethernet-Like-MIB
• RFC 1757 RMON 4 groups: Stats, History,
Alarms and Events
• RFC 2021 RMON2 (probe configuration)
• RFC 2668 802.3 MAU MIB
• RFC 1643 Ethernet MIB
• RFC 1493 Bridge MIB
• RFC 2737 Entity MIB, Version 2
• RFC 2674 802.1p/802.1Q MIBs
• RFC 1354 IPv4 Forwarding Table MIB
• RFC 2233 Interface MIB
• RFC 2096 IP Forwarding Table MIB
• RFC 1724 RIPv2 MIB
• RFC 1850 OSPFv2 MIB
• RFC 2925 Ping/Traceroute/NSLOOKUP MIB
• RFC 2932 – IPv4 Multicast Routing MIB
• RFC 2933 – Internet Group Management
Protocol MIB
• RFC 2934 – Protocol Independent Multicast
MIB for IPv4
• Draft-ietf-bridge-rstpmib-03.txt – Definitions of
Managed Objects for Bridges with Rapid
Spanning Tree Protocol
• draft-ietf-bridge-8021x-01.txt (IEEE8021-PAE-MIB)
• IEEE 802.1x – 2001 MIB
• Extreme extensions to 802.1x-MIB
• Secure Shell (SSHv2) clients and servers
• Secure Copy (SCPv2) client and server
• Secure FTP (SFTP) server
• Configuration logging
• Multiple Images, Multiple Configs
• BSD System Logging Protocol (SYSLOG), with
Multiple Syslog Servers
• Local Messages (criticals stored across
• IEEE 802.1ab Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP)
ExtremeWare vendor MIBs: includes ACL, MAC
FDB, IP FDB, MAC Address Security, Software
Redundant Port, NetFlow, DoS-Protect MIB, QoS
policy, Cable Diagnostics, VLAN config, vMAN, VLAN
Translation and VLAN Aggregation MIBs
• Routing protocol MD5 authentication (see above)
• Secure Shell (SSHv2), Secure Copy (SCPv2) and
SFTP with encryption/authentication
• SNMPv3 user based security, with encryption/
authentication (see above)
• RFC 1492 TACACS+
• RFC 2865 RADIUS Authentication
• RFC 2866 RADIUS Accounting
• RFC 3579 RADIUS Support for Extensible
Authentication Protocol (EAP)
• RFC 3580 802.1X RADIUS
• RADIUS Per-command Authentication
• MAC based Network Login using RADIUS
• Access Profiles on All Routing Protocols
• Access Profiles on All Management Methods
• Network Login (web-based DHCP/HTTP/RADIUS
• RFC 2246 TLS 1.0 + SSL v2/v3 encryption for
web-based Network Login
• IEEE 802.1x – 2001 Port-Based Network Access
Control for Network Login
• Multiple supplicants for Network Login (web-based
and 802.1x modes)
• Guest VLAN for 802.1x
• MAC Address Security – Lockdown, limit and
• IP Address Security with DHCP Option 82, DHCP
Enforce/Duplicate IP Protection via ARP Learning
• Network Address Translation (NAT)
• Layer 2/3/4/7 ACLs
• Source IP Lockdown – Dynamic filtering against
invalidly sourced traffic
Denial of Service Protection
• RFC 2267 Network Ingress Filtering
• RPF (Unicast Reverse Path Forwarding) Control via
• Wire-speed ACLs
• Rate limiting ACLs
• IP Broadcast Forwarding Control
• ICMP and IP-Option Response Control
• SYN attack protection
• FDB table resource protection via IPDA Subnet
• CPU DOS protection with ACL integration:
Identifies packet floods to CPU and sets an ACL
automatically, configurable enhanced DoS Protect
• Unidirectional Session Control
Robust Against Common Network Attacks
• CERT ( http://www.cert.org)
– CA-2003-04: “SQL Slammer”
– CA-2002-36: “SSHredder”
– CA-2002-03: SNMP vulnerabilities
– CA-98-13: tcp-denial-of-service
– CA-98.01: smurf
– CA-97.28: Teardrop_Land -Teardrop and “LAND
– CA-96.26: ping
– CA-96.21: tcp_syn_flooding
– CA-96.01: UDP_service_denial
– CA-95.01: IP_Spoofing_Attacks_and_Hijacked_
– IP Options Attack
Host Attacks
• Teardrop, boink, opentear, jolt2, newtear, nestea,
syndrop, smurf, fraggle, papasmurf, synk4,
raped, winfreeze, ping –f, ping of death, pepsi5,
Latierra, Winnuke, Simping, Sping, Ascend,
Stream, Land, Octopus
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Technical Specifications
General Specifications
Switch Fabric
• Bandwidth, Gbps: non-blocking
– 23.6 Gbps (Summit 200-48),
– 11.8 Gbps (Summit 200-24 and Summit 200-24fx)
Forwarding Rate
• 10.15 million packets/second (Summit 200-48)
• 6.55 million packets/second (Summit 200-24
and Summit 200-24fx)
• Max Packet Size: 1522
• 24/48 RJ-45 10/100 ports (IEEE 802.3 Type
10BASE-T; 802.3u Type 100BASE-TX) or 24
fixed 100BASE-FX (MMF) ports
• 2 dual personality ports: Either RJ-45
10/100/1000 ports (IEEE 802.3 Type 10BASE-T;
802.3u Type 100BASE TX; 802.3ab 1000BASE-T
Gigabit Ethernet) or open mini-GBIC slot
• Number of QoS queues/port: 4
• Number of VLANs: 255
– VLAN Types: Port, IEEE 802.1Q, and
• Number of ACL Rules/lines: 1014 (can be
applied to either ingress or egress)
Forwarding Tables
• Layer 2/MAC addresses: 8K
• Layer 3 forwarding database in hardware: 2K
• Layer 3 routing table size: 8K
Rate Limiting
• Flow-based bandwidth policing/rate limiting:
pool of 315 rate limiters that can be applied to
any classified ACL flow (including ingress or
egress flows)
• Rate limiting Granularity: 1Mb/s on
10/100BASE-T and 100FX ports. 8Mb/s on
1000BASE-T ports
Summit 200-24 and Summit 200-48
Physical Specifications
Height: 1.75 inches/4.45 cm
Width: 17.32 inches/44 cm
Depth: Summit 200-48: 12.2 inches/31 cm
Summit 200-24: 8.1 inches/20.85 cm
Summit 200-24fx: 12.3 inches/31 cm
– Summit 200-48: 9.7 lbs/4.4kg
– Summit 200-24: 5.72 lbs/2.6kg
– Summit 200-24fx: 9.5 lbs/4.3kg
Operating Temperature Range,
– 0° to 40° C (32° to 104° F)
Storage Temperature Range,
– Degrees/Degrees Celsius: -40° to +70° C (-40° to 158° F)
– Humidity Range: 10-95% (RH) non-condensing
Min Voltage/Associated Current:
– Summit 200-48: 100VAC/0.640A
– Summit 200-24: 100VAC/0.414A
– Summit 200-24fx: 100VAC/0.52A
Max Voltage/Associated Current:
– Summit 200-48: 240VAC/0.328A
– Summit 200-24: 240VAC/0.223A
– Summit 200-24fx: 240VAC/ 0.41A
Heat Dissipation, Watts/BTU:
– Summit 200-48: 48W/164 BTU/hr
– Summit 200-24: 24.1W/82 BTU/hr
– Summit 200-24fx: 45W/153 BTU/hr
– Summit 200-24: 51.7 dBA – Sound Pressure
– Summit 200-48: 51.6 dBA – Sound Pressure
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North America
• cULus Listed device – UL 60950 3rd Edition
(U.S. Safety) – CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60950-00
(Canadian Safety)
• Low Voltage Directive (LVD)
– TUV-R GS Mark by German Notified Body–
EN60950:2000 (European Safety)
• CB Scheme – IEC60950: 2000 with all country
deviations (International Safety) Country ·
Mexico NOM/NYCE (Product Safety &
EMCApproval) Specific · Australia/New Zealand
AS/NZS 3260 (ACA DoC, Safety of ITE)
– Argentina S-Mark
– GOST (Russia)
Laser Safety
North America
• FCC 21 CFR subpart (J) (Safety of Laser
• CDRH Letter of Approval (U.S. FDA Approval
• EN60825-2 (European Safety of Lasers)
North America
• FCC 47 CFR Part 15 Class A (U.S. Emissions)
• ICES-003 Class A (Canada Emissions)
• Europe 89/336/EEC EMC Directive
• ETSI/EN 300 386:2001 (EU Telecommunication Emissions & Immunity)
• EN55022:1998 Class A (Europe Emissions)
• EN55024:1998 includes IEC/EN 610002,3,4,5,6,11 (Europe Immunity)
• EN 61000-3-2, -3 (Europe Harmonics and
• IEC/CISPR 22:1997 Class A (International
• IEC/CISPR 24:1998 (International Immunity)
• IEC/EN 61000-4-2 Electrostatic Discharge
• IEC/EN 61000-4-3 Radiated Immunity
• IEC/EN 61000-4-4 Transient Bursts
• IEC/EN 61000-4-5 Surge
• IEC/EN 61000-4-6 Conducted Immunity
• IEC/EN 61000-4-11 Power Dips & Interruptions
Country Specific
• Japan Class A (VCCI Registration, Emissions)
• Australia/New Zealand AS/NZS 3548 (ACA
DoC, Emissions)
• Korean MIC Mark (MIC Approval, Emissions &
• Mexico NOM/NYCE (Product Safety & EMC
• GOST (Russia)Taiwan CNS 13438:1997 Class
A (BSMI Approval, Emissions)
• EN 300 019-2-1 (2000-09) – Storage Class
1.2 - Packaged
• EN 300 019-2-2 (1999-09) – Transportation
Class 2.3 Packaged
• EN 300 019-2-2 (1999-09) – Stationary Use at
Weather Protected locations, Class 3.1e Operational
• EN 300 753 (1997-10) – Acoustic Noise Operational
• ASTM D5276 * - Drop – Packaged
• ASTM D3332 * – Shock – Unpackaged
• ASTM D3580 * – Random Vibration – Unpackaged
• ASTM D6179 * – Tilt – Packaged
*Additional testing requested by Extreme Networks
• Calculated MTBF:
– Summit 200-48: 123,000 hours
– Summit 200-24: 150,000 hours
– Method: Bellcore TR-332 Operating @ 40° C
Summit 200-24fx
North American Safety of ITE
• UL 60950-1:2003 1st Ed., Listed Device (US)
• CSA 22.2#60950-1-03 1st Ed (Canada)
• Complies with FCC 21 CFR Chapter 1, Subchapter J (US Laser Safety)
• CDRH Letter of Approval (US FDA Approval)
• IEEE 802.3af 6-2003 Environment A for PoE
European Safety of ITE
• EN60950-1:2001
• EN 60825-1+A2:2001 (Lasers Safety)
• TUV-R GS Mark by German Notified Body
• 73/23/EEC Low Voltage Directive
International Safety of ITE
• CB Report & Certificate per IEC 60950-1:2001
+ All Country Deviations
• AS/NZX 3260 (Australia /New Zealand)
EMI/EMC Standards
North America EMC for ITE
• FCC CFR 47 part 15 Class A (USA)
• ICES-003 Class A (Canada)
European EMC Standards
• EN 55022:1998 Class A
• EN 55024:1998 Class A
– includes IEC 61000-4-2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 11
• EN 61000-3-2,3 (Harmonics & Flicker)
• ETSI EN 300 386:2001 (EMC Telecommunications)
• 89/336/EEC EMC Directive
International EMC Certifications
• CISPR 22:1997 Class A (International Emissions)
• CISPR 24:1997 Class A (International Immunity)
• IEC/EN 61000-4-2 Electrostatic Discharge, 8kV
Contact, 15kV Air, Criteria A
• IEC/EN 61000-4-3 Radiated Immunity 10V/m,
Criteria A
• IEC/EN 61000-4-4 Transient Burst, 1kV, Criteria A
• IEC/EN 61000-4-5 Surge, 2kV, 4kV, Criteria A
• IEC/EN 61000-4-6 Conducted Immunity, 0.1580MHz, 10V/m unmod. RMS, Criteria A
• IEC/EN 61000-4-11 Power Dips & Interruptions,
>30%, 25 periods, Criteria C
Country Specific
• VCCI Class A (Japan Emissions)
• AS/NZS 3548 ACA (Australia Emissions)
• CNS 13438:1997 Class A (BSMI-Taiwan)
• MIC Mark, EMC Approval (Korea)
Telecom Standards
• ETSI EN 300 386:2001 (EMC Telecommunications)
• ETSI EN 300 019 (Environmental for
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Technical Specifications
Operational & Transportation
Optical Parameters for the
Summit 200-24fx
• EN/ETSI 300 019-2-1 v2.1.2 – Class 1.2
• EN/ETSI 300 019-2-2 v2.1.2 – Class 2.3
• EN/ETSI 300 019-2-3 v2.1.2 – Class 3.1e
• EN/ETSI 300 753 (1997-10) – Acoustic Noise
• ASTM D3580 Random Vibration Unpackaged 1.5G
Connector Type: LC fixed 100FX MMF
Distance range up to 2km on Multimode Fiber
Characteristics of Output Interface
• Center wavelength (nm): 1270 to 1380
• Average power (db): -20 to -14
• Rise time (ns) (10% - 90%): 0.6 to 3.5
• Fall time (ns) (90% to 10%): 0.6 to 3.5
• Duty Cycle distortion, peak-peak (ns): 0 to 1
• Data Dependant jitter, peak-peak (ns): 0 to 0.6
• Random jitter, peak-peak (ns): 0 to 0.76
• Extinction ratio (%): 0 to 10
Characteristics of Input Interface
• Center wavelength (nm): 1270 to 1380
• Average power (db): -31 to -14
• Rise time (ns) (10% - 90%): 0.6 to 5
• Fall time (ns) (90% to 10%): 0.6 to 5
• Duty Cycle distortion, peak-peak (ns): 0 to 1
• Data Dependant jitter, peak-peak (ns): 0 to 1.2
• Random jitter, peak-peak (ns): 0 to 0.76
• Extinction ratio (%): 0 to 10
• Limited Lifetime Hardware Warranty
• 90-day Warranty on Software
Ordering Information
200-24fx Voucher
200-24 Voucher
200-48 Voucher
Summit 200-24fx with ExtremeWare Edge software license
Summit 200-24 with ExtremeWare Edge software license
Summit 200-48 with ExtremeWare Edge software license
Advanced Edge software voucher for Summit 200-24fx
Advanced Edge software voucher for Summit 200-24
Advanced Edge software voucher for Summit 200-48
SX mini-GBIC
LX mini-GBIC
ZX mini-GBIC
email: info@extremenetworks.com
and North America
Extreme Networks, Inc.
3585 Monroe Street
Santa Clara, CA 95051 USA
Phone +1 408 579 2800
Europe, Middle East, Africa
and South America
Phone +31 30 800 5100
Asia Pacific
Phone +852 2517 1123
Phone +81 3 5842 4011
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and UniStack are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Extreme Networks, Inc. in the United States and/or other countries.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Summit 200 Series Data Sheet
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