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Allied Telesis AT-8000GS/48-50
Datasheet | Switches
AT-8000GS/48
Layer 2 Stackable Gigabit Ethernet Switch
AT-8000GS/48
48 port stackable 10/100/1000T Layer 2
switch with 4 standby SFP bays (unpopulated)
Overview
One of a series of high performance Gigabit
Ethernet stackable switches from Allied Telesis,
the AT-8000GS/48 provides high performance
Layer 2 switching in an affordable fixed
configuration platform.This switch offers 48
10/100/1000 ports, with four combo 1Gbps
SFP slots.Two integrated stacking connectors
deliver a total of 20Gbps stacking bandwidth.
The stacking capability integrated into this
platform is configured as a resilient ring
topology designed to provide high reliability
and simplified management for higher port
density applications. Support for jumbo
Ethernet frames enables higher throughput of
time sensitive data.
Near Silent Operation
Specifically designed to be usable in an open
office or retail store environment the
AT-8000GS/48 uses the latest in low power
technologies to minimize both power
consumption and the need for excessive
cooling fans.
Ideal Branch Office and Wiring
Closet Connectivity
Powerful line rate performance and stackability
make this switch ideal for branch offices or the
wiring closet of larger offices.The state-of-the
art QoS capability of this product ensures
reliable delivery of advanced network services
such as voice while effectively controlling the
continually increasing traffic needs found in
today’s networks.
Easy Access Networking
Featuring an industry standard CLI and Allied
Telesis’ intuitive yet fully featured Web interface
the advanced features of the AT-8000GS/48 are
accessible to a wide range of system
administrators.The well known CLI and Web
interfaces significantly reduce learning time and
minimize the cost of deployment.
Secure Management
Only authorized administrators can access the
management interface of the 8000GS series.
Protocols such as SSL, SSH and SNMPv3
facilitate this protection of your network with
local or remote connections.
Securing the Network Edge
To ensure the protection of your data, it is
important to control access to your network.
Protocols such as IEEE 802.1x port-based
authentication guarantee that only known users
are connected to the network. Unknown users
who physically connect can be isolated to a
pre-determined part of your network offering
guests such benefits as Internet access while
ensuring the integrity of your private network
data.
Key Features
Easy,Well Known Management
• Industry standard CLI
• Simple intuitive, full featured Allied Telesis
Web Interface
• Secure encrypted Web and CLI management
with SSHv2 and SSL
• Two levels access privileges
• SNMP
Affordable Truly Stackable 10/100/1000
Switching Platform
• Single IP address stack management
• 20Gig resilient ring stacking architecture
• Across stack link aggregation
• Across stack VLAN configuration
• Across stack port mirroring
• Redundant standby stack master
All the QoS Needed in the Wiring Closet
for Today’s Voice and Data Networking
• Eight priorities assigned to four queues
• IEEE 802.1p for Layer 2 QoS
• DSCP (DiffServ) for Layer 3 QoS
• IEEE 802.1p to DSCP remarking traffic ready for
transport to the Layer 3 core of the network
• Layer 2 and Layer 3 Access Control Lists (ACL)
Securing the Network at its Most
Vulnerable Point
• IEEE 802.1x and RADIUS network login: for
advanced control of user authentication and
accountability
• Guest VLAN: to ensure visitors or unauthorized
users connect only to services defined by IT. E.g.
Internet
• TACACS+: for ease of management security
administration
• Layer 2 and Layer 3 Access Control Lists (ACL)
• Port MAC Address security options
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Power Supply Efficiency
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AT-8000GS/48 | Layer 2 Stackable Gigabit Ethernet Switch
Access Control Lists (ACLs)
Access Control Lists enable inspection of
incoming frames and classify them based on
various criteria. Specific actions can then be
applied to these frames in order to more
effectively manage the network traffic. Typically
ACLs are used as a security mechanism, either
permitting or denying entry (hence the name
Access Control) for frames in a group, but can
also be applied to QoS.
Supported ACL types are:
• IP ACLs – applicable to IP packet type.
All classification fields are related to IP
packets.
• MAC ACLs – classification fields are based on
Layer 2 fields.
Technical Specifications
System Configuration
Dimensions
44cm x 25.7cm x 4.32cm
(W x D x H)
(17.32” x 10.16” x 1.7”)
Weight
3.38kg (7.45lb)
Mounting
19” rack-mountable hardware
included
System Capacity
128MB RAM
16MB flash memory
Up to 4,096 VLAN ID
8,000 MAC address
Packet buffer memory
Redundancy Standards
IEEE 802.1D
Spanning-Tree Protocol with optional
fast link capability
IEEE 802.1W
Rapid Spanning-Tree
IEEE 802.1s
Multiple Spanning-Tree
IEEE 802.3ad
LACP link aggregation
(with up to eight members per
group and up to eight groups per
device)
Static port trunk
Quality of Services (QoS)
QoS in Layer 2 (IEEE 802.1p compliant Class of
Service)
Traffic prioritization using IEEE 802.1p, ToS, DSCP fields
Map IEEE 802.1p priorities to CoS queues to prioritize
traffic at egress
Strict scheduling and weighted round robin
VLANs
IEEE 802.1Q VLAN tagging
Up to 256 active VLANs
Port-based VLANs
MAC-based VLANs
Private VLANs
GARP VLAN Registration Protocol (GVRP)
90,000 hours
Auto-negotiation, duplex, MDI/MDI-X
Port speed:
10/100TX
10/100/1000T
1000SX, 1000LX
Console RS232
RJ-45
RJ-45
SFP slot
RJ-45 connector
Latency:
10Mbit
100Mbit
1000Mbit
77.21 usec
9.47 usec
2.23 usec
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General Standards
IEEE 802.1D
Bridging
IEEE 802.3x
BackPressure/flow control
12Mbit
Performance
Wirespeed switching on all Ethernet ports for all packet
sizes including jumbo frames up to 10Kbytes
Throughput up to
86.3Mpps
116Gbps
Switching capacity
136Gbps
Switch fabric speed
MTBF
Interface Standards
IEEE 802.3
10T and 10FL
IEEE 802.3u
100TX
IEEE 802.3z
1000SX
IEEE 802.3ab
1000T
Multicast Standards
RFC 1112
IGMP snooping (ver. 1)
RFC 2236
IGMP snooping (ver. 2)
RFC 3376
IGMP snooping (ver. 3)
IGMP querier
RFC 3376
Support for 256 multicasts
Unregistered multicasts are dropped by default1
IPv61
IPv6
IPv6
IPv6
RFC 2461
RFC 2463
QoS
ACL
Host
IPv6 neighbor discovery
ICMPv6: Internet Control Message
Protocol version 6
RFC 1981
Path MTU discovery
Dual-stack IPv4/IPv6 protocol
IPv6
Tunnelling over IPv4
IPv6
Network management
IPv6
Applications: WEB/SSL Telnet
server/SSH, AAA/Radius, Management
ACLs, SNTP, PING, TFTP/Copy, Syslog
Management and Monitoring
WEB, CLI, Telnet, SSH, serial console port
RFC 1157
SNMPv1/v2c
RFC 2570
SNMPv3
RFC 1213
MIB-II
RFC 1573
Evolution of MIB-II
RFC 1215
TRAP MIB
RFC 1493
Bridge MIB
RFC 2863
Interfaces group MIB
RFC 1643
Ethernet like MIB
RFC 1757
RMON 4 groups:
Stats, History, Alarms, Events
RFC 2674
IEEE 802.1Q MIB
RFC 1866
HTML
RFC 2068
HTTP
RFC 854
Telnet
RFC 783
TFTP
LLDP1
LLDP-MED1
IP address allocation
RFC 951/ RFC 1542
BootP/ DHCP manual
RFC 2030 SNTP, Simple Network Time Protocol
Syslog event
Dual software images
Stacking:
Up to six units with a mix of AT-8000GS/24,
AT-8000GS/24POE and AT-8000GS/48 can be stacked
together in any combination
Single system appearance
Single IP management
Backup master
Redundant ring stacking topology with 20Gbps
performance
Link aggregation/trunking across stack
Port mirroring across stack
VLAN across stack
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AT-8000GS/48 | Layer 2 Stackable Gigabit Ethernet Switch
Security
Management security: username and
password protection
SSHv2 for Telnet management
SSLv3 for Web management
RFC 1492
TACACS+
RFC 2618
RADIUS authentication
IEEE 802.1x
Dynamic VLAN1
IEEE 802.1x
RADIUS accounting1
IEEE 802.1x
Multi-session mode1
IEEE 802.1x
Action on violation1
IEEE 802.1x
Guest VLAN timeout1
IEEE 802.1x
Authentication not-required1
Security login banner1
RFC 2865
IEEE 802.1x port-based
network access control
MAC-based network access control
Guest VLANs
ACL – Access Control Lists
Fault Protection
Broadcast storm control
Power Characteristics
Voltage input
100-240V AC / 50-60Hz
Current
1.5A
Power consumption
64.82W
Power supply efficiency
85%
Acoustic noise
44dB
Maximum heat dissipation
221.23 BTU/hour
Electrical/ Mechanical Approvals
Safety
UL 1950, CSA22.2 no.950,
TUV (EN60950), CE
EMI
FCC Class A, EN55022 Class A,
VCCI Class A, C-TICK
Immunity
EN50082-1
RoHS compliant 6/6 compliant
Environmental
Standard
ATI QLT 1220
Package Description
One AT-8000GS/48 switch
Power cord AC
Rack-mount kit
Rubber feet for desktop installation
RS232 management cable (RJ-45)
Stacking cable
Install guide and user guide available on the CD and
at www.alliedtelesis.com
Ordering Information
AT-8000GS/48-xx
48 port stackable 10/100/1000T Layer 2 switch with
4 standby SFP bays (unpopulated)
Where xx = 10
20
30
40
50
for
for
for
for
for
US power cord
no power cord
UK power cord
Australian power cord
European power cord
Accessories
Small Form Pluggables (SFPs)
AT-SPFX/2
Multi-mode Fiber, 2km, 100FX, SFP, 1310nm
AT-SPFX/15
Single-mode Fiber, 15km, 100FX, SFP, 1310nm
AT-SPFX/40
Country of Origin
China
Single-mode Fiber, 40km, 100FX, SFP, 1310nm
AT-SPTX
Copper, GbE Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP)
AT-SPSX
Multi-mode Fiber, GbE Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP)
850nm
AT-SPLX10
Single-mode Fiber, 10km, GbE SFP, 1310nm
AT-SPLX40
Environmental Specifications
Operating temp 0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F)
Storage temp
25°C to 70°C (-13°F to 158°F)
Operating humidity5% to 80% non-condensing
Storage humidity 5% to 95% non-condensing
Operating altitude Maximum 3,000m (9,843ft)
1
Single-mode Fiber, 40km, GbE SFP, 1310nm
AT-SPLX40/1550
Single-mode Fiber, 40km, GbE SFP, 1550nm
AT-SPZX80
Single-mode Fiber, 80km, GbE SFP, 1550nm
New feature available in April 2009
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