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Extreme networks Alpine 3800
Extreme Networks Data Sheet
Alpine® 3800 Series
Extreme Networks® award-winning Alpine 3800
chassis switches support the scalability, flexibility,
security and management features required to
build complete enterprise networks, including
large campuses, branch offices, data centers and
wiring closets. Alpine 3800 series switches enable
enterprise networks to adopt new technologies,
such as wireless and VoIP, by offering intelligent
security and availability features to keep network
convergence simple and manageable.
Alpine 3800 series switches enable new converged
technologies, such as wireless and Voice-over-IP (VoIP).
Providing advanced availability, scalability and
management features, Alpine 3800 series switches
are ideally suited for service providers and
metropolitan area networks.
• Hot-swappable I/O modules and fan trays
• Fully redundant, load-sharing, hot-swappable power supplies
• Ethernet Automatic Protection Switching (EAPS) for SONET-like resiliency
• Protection against Denial of Service (DoS) attacks
• Network Login and 802.1x to authenticate and protect
networks at the point of entry
• Hardware based Layers 2 – 4 Access Control Lists (ACLs)
at wire-speed
• Policy-Based Quality of Service (QoS) at wire-speed to
allocate bandwidth and prioritize traffic
• Bidirectional rate shaping to provision and manage bandwidth
by the slice from 1Kbps to 1Gbps
• Jumbo frames to efficiently utilize high-performance connections
• Secure Shell (SSH2) encrypts remote telnet management
connections across the network
• End-to-end ExtremeWare® and EPICenter® software
Alpine 3800 series switches support a wide offering
of high-performance Ethernet connections
including standard Category 5 and fiber optic
media. With the flexibility and scalability of a
modular chassis, Alpine switches provide a
complete solution for Ethernet network
Target Applications
• Highly available, simple converged networks
supporting VoIP applications.
• Server farms with high density 10/100 and
gigabit traffic control requirements.
• Gigabit metro Ethernet networks with requirements for VPN and to interconnect
enterprise sites.
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Alpine 3800 Chassis
Switch Features
High Availability
Alpine 3800 series chassis support hot
swappable I/O modules and fan trays
along with fully redundant, hot swappable power supplies that ensure high
availability. Alpine 3800 switches are
NEBS Level 3 compliant and meets the
highest level of quality demanded by
network service providers around the
Ethernet Automatic Protection
Switching (EAPS) allows the IP network
to provide the level of resiliency and
uptime that users expect from their
traditional voice networks. EAPS is
superior to Spanning Tree or Rapid
Spanning Tree Protocols, offering subsecond (less than 50 milliseconds)
recovery and delivers consistent failover
regardless of number of VLANs, number
of network nodes or network topology.
In most situations, digital video feeds
don’t freeze or pixelize because EAPS
allows the network to recover almost
transparently from link failure. Alpine 3800
series supports Spanning Tree, VLAN
Spanning Tree (802.1D), and Rapid
Spanning Tree (802.1w) protocols for
Layer 2 resiliency. Software enhanced
availability allows users to remain
connected to the network even if part of
the network infrastructure is down.
Alpine 3800 series switches constantly
check for problems in the uplink
connections using advanced Layer 3
protocols such as OSPF, VRRP and
ESRP (ESRP supported in Layer 2 or
Layer 3), and dynamically routes around
the problem. Equal Cost Multipath
(ECMP) allows uplinks to be load
balanced for performance and cost
savings while also supporting redundant
failover. If an uplink fails, traffic is
automatically routed to the remaining
uplinks and connectivity is maintained.
Link aggregation allows trunking of up to
eight links on a single logical connection,
to provide a single trunk of redundant
bandwidth per logical connection.
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Extensive Traffic Management
Extreme Networks revolutionary rate
shaping capabilities provide Layer 3 IP/
Ethernet networks that deliver a fixed
latency, guaranteed transit path for voice
or video traffic equal to that achievable
with ATM but at a fraction of the cost and
complexity. This makes the implementation
of VoIP or VOD or other delay sensitive
traffic feasible, without requiring bandwidth over-provisioning.
IETF DiffServ combined with Policy-Based
QoS allows classes of services to be defined
and enforced end-to-end across the
network. Extreme Networks capability to
classify packets using Layer 1 through
Layer 4 attributes regardless of whether
traffic is being switched or routed,
combined with the ability to also honor
priorities assigned before the traffic
entered their network as well as re-write
the signaling attributes (i.e. DiffServ),
gives service providers unique control of
application and service quality. These
advanced capabilities provide high bandwidth management and congestion control.
Providing powerful network visibility,
sFlow is a sampling technology that
provides the ability to continuously
monitor application level traffic flows on
all interfaces simultaneously. The sFlow
agent is a software process that runs on
Alpine 3800 series switches, and packages
data into sFlow datagrams that are sent
over the network to an sFlow Collector
that has an up-to-the-minute view of
traffic across the network. sFlow can be
used to troubleshoot network problems,
control congestion and to detect network
security threats.
Comprehensive Security
VMANs allow service providers to
securely preserve the integrity of their
customers’ data while mixing and
matching traffic from multiple sources
over the same shared backbone. Providing
intrusion detection and prevention,
Alpine 3800 series switches support linerate port mirroring. This can be used to
mirror traffic to an external network
appliance such as an intrusion detection
device for trend analysis or be utilized by a
network administrator as a diagnostic tool
when fending off a network attack.
ACLs are one of the most powerful tools to
control network resource utilization and to
secure and protect the network. Alpine 3800
series supports ACLs based on Layer 2, 3
or 4-header information such as the MAC
address or IP source/destination address.
The use of protocols like SSH2, SCP and
SNMPv3 supported by an Alpine 3800
series switch prevents the interception of
management communications and man-inthe middle attacks. When a hub or Wireless
Access Point (WAP) is attached to a switch
running 802.1x, only the first user on the
hub or WAP is authenticated; any subsequent users connected to the hub or WAP
are allowed to pass unchallenged. Multiple
supplicant (client) support on Alpine 3800
allows multiple clients to be individually
authenticated on the same port.
The IPDA SUBNET lookup feature
reduces exposure to malicious users or
virus infected end clients and accelerates
packet forwarding.
Alpine 3800 series switches handle DoS
attacks gracefully. If the switch detects an
unusually large number of packets in the
CPU input queue, it will assemble ACLs
that automatically stop these packets from
reaching the CPU. After a period of time,
the ACLs are removed. If the attack
continues, they are reinstalled.
Ease of Management
Extreme Networks has developed tools
that save you time and resources in
managing your network. EPICenter®
provides all fault configuration, accounting, performance, and security functions
to manage Extreme Networks’ multilayer
switching equipment in a converged
network. EPICenter Policy Manager
provides layer independent policy
enforcement for Layers 1 – 4.
Extreme Networks’ software application,
ServiceWatch®, delivers powerful,
Layers 4 – 7 monitoring and management
for mission-critical network services.
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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
• FC 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
• IPX RIP/SAP Router specification
• 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
• Protocol-based VLANs
• Multiple STP domains per VLAN
• RFC-3069 VLAN Aggregation for Efficient IP
Address Allocation
• Virtual MANs (vMANs)
• VLAN Translation
Quality of Service and Policies
• IEEE 802.1D – 1998 (802.1p) Packet Priority
• RFC 2474 DiffServ Precedence, including 8
• RFC 2598 DiffServ Expedited Forwarding (EF)
• RFC 2597 DiffServ Assured Forwarding (AF)
• RFC 2475 DiffServ Core and Edge Router
• RED as described in “Random Early Detection
Gateways for Congestion Avoidance, Sally Floyd
and Van Jacobson”
• RED as recommended in RFC 2309
• Bidirectional Rate Shaping
• 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
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• 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)
• RFC 1142 (ISO 10589), IS-IS protocol
• RFC 1195, Use of OSI IS-IS for routing in TCP/
IP and dual environments
• RFC 2104, HMAC: Keyed-Hashing for Message
Authentication, IS-IS HMAC-MD5 Authentication
• RFC 2763 (Dynamic Host Name Exchange for
• RFC 1771 Border Gateway Protocol 4
• RFC 1965 Autonomous System Confederations
for BGP
• RFC 2796 BGP Route Reflection (supersedes
RFC 1966)
• RFC 1997 BGP Communities Attribute
• RFC 1745 BGP4/IDRP for IP-OSPF Interaction
• RFC 2385 TCP MD5 Authentication for BGPv4
• RFC 2439 BGP Route Flap Damping
IP Multicast
• RFC 2362 PIM-SM
• PIM-DM Draft IETF PIM Dense Mode v2-dm-03
• PIM Snooping
• DVMRP v3 draft IETF DVMRP v3-07
• 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
• 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 1657 BGPv4 MIB
RFC 2925 Ping/Traceroute/NSLOOKUP MIB
RFC 2932 – IPv4 Multicast Routing MIB
RFC 2933 – Internet Group Management Protocol
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
sFlow version 5
NetFlow version 1 export
Configuration logging
Multiple Images, Multiple Configs
BSD System Logging Protocol (SYSLOG), with
Multiple Syslog Servers
Local Messages (criticals stored across reboots)
IEEE 802.1ab Link Layer Discovery Protocol
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 (webbased 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
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Technical Specifications
Denial of Service Protection
• RFC 2267 Network Ingress Filtering
• RPF (Unicast Reverse Path Forwarding)
Control via ACLs
• Wire-speed ACLs
• Rate Limiting ACLs
• Rate Shaping by ACLs
• IP Broadcast Forwarding Control
• ICMP and IP-Option Response Control
• Server Load Balancing with Layer 3, 4
Protection of Servers
• 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 traffic rate
limiting to management CPU/enhanced DoS
• 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” attack
– CA-96.26: ping
– CA-96.21: tcp_syn_flooding
– CA-96.01: UDP_service_denial
– CA-95.01: IP_Spoofing_Attacks_and_
Hijacked_ Terminal_Connections
– 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
Product Specifications
Alpine 3804 Chassis
– 5-slot chassis
Port Densities
– 64 10/100/1000BASE-T ports
– 64 1000BASE-X ports
– 128 10/100BASE-TX ports
– 96 100BASE-FX MMF ports
– 32 Gbps switch fabric bandwidth
– 24 Mpps forwarding rate
– 128K MAC addresses
– 4096 VLANs
Physical Dimensions
– Rack height: 6RU
– 10.5 in (H) x 17.3 in (W) x 15.5 in (D)
– 26.7 cm (H) x 43.9 cm (W) x 39.4 cm (D)
– Weight (empty): 30 lbs (14 kg)
– Weight (fully loaded): 68 lbs (31 kg)
Power and Heat Dissipation
– Power Supply Input: 577 Watts
– Heat Dissipation 2000 BTU/hour
– Current Rating: 6.5A @ 100 VAC; 3.5A @ 200
VAC; 15A @ -40VDC
Acoustic Sound
– Sound Power = 72 dBA per ISO 7779
– Declared Sound Power = 7.4 belsA per ISO
7779 / ISO 9296
– Bystander Sound Pressure = 66 dBA front @
.6m per NEBS GR-63 Issue 2
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Alpine 3808 Chassis
– 9-slot chassis
Port Densities
– 128 10/100/1000BASE-T ports
– 128 1000BASE-X ports
– 256 10/100BASE-TX ports
– 192 100BASE-FX MMF ports
– 64 Gbps switch fabric bandwidth
– 48 Mpps forwarding rate
– 128K MAC addresses
– 4096 VLANs
Physical Dimensions
– Rack height: 12RU
– 21.0 in (H) x 17.3 in (W) x 11.4 in (D)
– 53.3 cm (H) x 43.9 cm (W) x 28.9 cm (D)
– Weight (empty): 50 lbs (23 kg)
– Weight (fully loaded): 100 lbs (45 kg)
Power and Heat Dissipation
– Power Supply Input: 1046 Watts
– Heat Dissipation 3600 BTU/hour
– Current Rating: 13A @ 100 VAC; 6.5A @ 200 VAC; 30A @ -40VDC
Acoustic Sound
– Sound Power = 73 dBA per ISO 7779
– Declared Sound Power = 7.3 belsA per ISO
7779 / ISO 9296
– Bystander Sound Pressure = 68 dBA right side
@ .6m per NEBS GR-63 Issue 2
General Specifications
Management and I/O Modules
• SMMi: Switch Management Module for Alpine
3804 and Alpine 3808 chassis
• GM-16T3: 16-port auto-negotiating
10/100/1000BASE-TX Module
• GM-16X3: 16-port 1000BASE-X mini-GBIC
module (requires mini-GBIC modules)
• GM-4Xi: 4-port 1000BASE-X GBIC-based
module (requires GBIC modules)
• FM-24MFi: 24-port 100BASE-FX multi-mode fiber
at 1310 nm optics wavelength, 11dBm optical
power budget, 2km typical range
• FM-32Ti: 32-port of 10/100BASE-TX
Physical Specifications
• SMM Module: 1.0 x 16.25 x 8.0 in (2.5 x 41.3
x 20.3 cm)
• I/O Modules: 1.5 x 16.25 x 8.0 in (3.8 x 41.3 x
20.3 cm)
• PSU: 2.75 x 16.25 x 8.0 in (7.0 x 41.3 x 20.3 cm)
• SMM Module: 4lb (1.8kg)
• I/O Modules: 4lb (1.8 kg)
• PSU: 9lb (4.1 kg)
• Alpine 3808 Power and Current Rating
– Power Input: 1046 W
– AC PSU [100 to 120 VAC]: 10 A
– AC PSU [200 to 240 VAC]: 5 A
– DC PSU [-70 to –40 VDC]: 30 A
– Inrush Current: 5 A2S
– Input Wire Specification: 4 AWG
• Alpine 3804 Power and Current Rating
– Power Input: 577 W
– AC PSU [100 to 120 VAC]: 5.6 A
– AC PSU [200 to 240 VAC]: 2.3 A
– DC PSU [-70 to –40 VDC]: 16.5 A
– Inrush Current: 5 A2S
– Input Wire Specification: 4 AWG
Power Supply Options
Both AC and DC PSU are available. With Dual-PSU
in each Alpine 3804 or Alpine 3808 chassis
allows redundancy and load-sharing. The PSU are
hot-swappable and field-replaceable PSUs.
• AC Power Supply: 100 to 120 VAC or 200 to
240 VAC (auto-detect)
• DC Power Supply: -70 to –40 VDC
Operating Specifications
• Operating Temperature: -40° C to 40° C (-40° F
to 104° F)
• Storage Temperature: -40° C to 70° C (-40° F to
158° F)
• Humidity: 10% to 95% non-condensing
• AC Power: 100-240 VAC, 50-60 Hz, 1.5-3.0 A max.
• DC Power: -36 to -75 VDC, 5% max p-p ripple,
4.2 Amps maximum at -48 VDC
• Heat Dissipation: 631 BTU/hr (185 watts)
• GR-63 NEBS Level III Compliant (later additions
GM-16X3 and GM-16T3 have only partial NEBS
• UL 60950-1:2003 1st Ed, Listed Device
• ULc listed to CSA22.2 N0.60950-1-03
• CB Scheme IEC 60950-1:2001 with all available
country deviations
• GS Mark, EN 60950-1:2001
• EN 60825-1+A2:2001
• FCC 21 CFR 1040.10
• CDRH Letter of Approval
• AS/NZS 3260 (Australia, New Zealand)
• NOM/NYCE (Mexico)
• Argentina
• ANATEL (Brazil)
EMI/EMC Standards
• GR-63 NEBS Level III Compliant (later additions
GM-16X3 and GM-16T3 have only partial NEBS
• FCC CFR 47 Part 15 Class A
• EN55022:1998 Class A
• EN55024:1998 Class A, includes IEC 61000-42,3,4,5,6,11
• CISPR22:1997 Class A
• EN61000-3-2 and 3-3
• EN300-386 v1.3.1 (2001-09)
• ICES-003 Class A
• AS/NZS 3548 Class A
• VCCI Class A
• CNS 13438:1997 Class A
• MIC Mark (Korea)
• ANATEL (Brazil)
• 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 Packaged 1.5G
• 12-months Limited on Hardware
• 90-days on Software
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Ordering Information
I/O Modules
Power Supplies
Alpine 3804 5-slot Chassis (includes fan tray)
Alpine 3808 9-slot Chassis (includes fan tray)
Alpine 3800 Switch Management Module
16-port auto-negotiating 10/100/1000BASE-TX (RJ-45) Module
16-port 1000BASE-X module with 16 unpopulated mini-GBIC 1000BASE-X ports (SFP)
4-port 1000BASE-X GBIC-based (unpopulated) Module
32-port 10/100BASE-TX (RJ-45) Module
24-port 100BASE-FX (MT-RJ) Multimode Module
ExtremeWare full Layer 3 voucher for the Alpine 3804 and 3808
and Accessories
Alpine 3800 AC Power Supply; Includes power cord for US & Japan
Alpine 3800 DC Power Supply
Alpine 3800 Blank Faceplate (spare)
Alpine 3808 Spare Fan Tray
Alpine 3804 Spare Fan Tray
Extreme 1000BASE-SX GBIC-based transceiver, SC connector, for use with multi-mode fiber with distances up to 550 meters
Extreme 1000BASE-LX GBIC-based transceiver for distances up to 10km; SC connector, for use with single mode fiber
Extreme 1000BASE-ZX GBIC based transceiver, extra long distance single mode fiber: 70Km/21dB Budget. SC connector
Mini-GBIC, SFP, 1000BASE-SX, LC Connector (multimode fiber)
Mini-GBIC, SFP, 1000BASE-LX, LC Connector (single/multimode fiber)
Mini-GBIC, SFP, 1000BASE-ZX, LC Connector (single mode fiber)
email: info@extremenetworks.com
and North America
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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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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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