Summit® 400-24t
Extreme Networks Data Sheet
Summit® 400-24t
The Summit 400-24t provides secure access to the LAN with maximum
resiliency and throughput.
Designed for Converged Services
• Resiliency to support convergence
• Performance to support converged services
• Security to support converged LANs
Scalable Performance
• Support for evolving desktop
• Excellent availability
• Scalability, deployment simplicity
Simplified Management
• UniStack™ stacking reduces complexity
• Common management user interface and commands
• Unified management
The Summit 400-24t stackable switch delivers
non-blocking full 10/100/1000BASE-T Gigabit
Ethernet connectivity to the desktop with Layer 3
intelligence to provide secure access to the LAN
with maximum resiliency and throughput. With
its implementation of Extreme Networks®
Unified Access Architecture™ (UAA), the
Summit 400-24t is an industry-leading solution
that offers tri-speed Ethernet connectivity to the
desktop, 4 ports of fiber per switch, and highperformance UniStack stacking.
All the switches in the Summit 400 series can be
stacked together using Extreme Networks’ highbandwidth UniStack stacking technology—
thereby bringing many of the advantages of a
chassis-based solution to a stack of fixed switches. The Summit 400-24t helps in redefining the
enterprise network architecture—replacing the
traditional three-tier structure with a streamlined
two-tier network that reduces management
overhead, operational complexity and costs.
Target Applications
• High-performance desktop connectivity
switch
• Upgrade from 10/100 Ethernet to
10/100/1000 Ethernet to the desktop to
support applications such as engineering
design
• High-throughput server aggregation switch
with high-performance stacking
With its implementation of Extreme Networks Unified Access
Architecture (UAA), the Summit 400-24t is an industry-leading
solution that offers tri-speed Ethernet connectivity to the
desktop, 4 ports of fiber per switch, and high-performance
UniStack stacking.
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Designed for Converged Services The convergence of traditionally non-LAN services on top of growing enterprise applications brings greater demands,
responsibilities, and threats to the network infrastructure. The Summit 400-24t, designed for convergence, provides the
mandatory resiliency to keep applications available, delivers the features and performance to support converged services,
and provides unique protection from security threats.
Resiliency to Support
Convergence
Performance to Support
Converged Services
Link Redundancy
Quality of Service (QoS)
Proper support for converged services
requires link resiliency, which the
Summit 400-24t provides through an
extensive set of Layer 1 through Layer 3
link redundancy options. For example:
Extreme Networks pioneered QoS over
local area networks. The Summit 400-24t
is no exception, with its eight hardware
QoS queues for finest granularity of
prioritized traffic forwarding. Utilizing the
power of eight QoS queues is ExtremeWare®
packet intelligence, which is able to
examine packets from Layer 2 to Layer 4
in the process of classifying traffic. With a
powerful classification engine and fine
queue granularity, Summit 400-24t
provides consistent and timely packet
delivery required to support converged
services.
• Layer 1: Software redundant port–
so simple and easy to deploy that it
requires no supporting protocols or
timers to configure.
• Layer 2: Standard Spanning Tree
and Rapid Spanning Tree, plus the
extremely fast convergence of
Ethernet Automatic Protection
Switching (EAPS), is capable of
preserving sessions of latency
sensitive applications such as Voiceover-IP (VoIP) through link failure.
• Layer 3 dual homing, and ESRP
which supports dual homing, at
both Layer 2 and Layer 3.
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Rapid Convergence Resiliency
The Summit 400-24t provides EAPS, the
RFC 3619 link layer resiliency protocol
pioneered by Extreme Networks. Since
EAPS fails over in less than 50 milliseconds in most deployments, the
Summit 400-24t recovers from faults
without disrupting latency-sensitive
sessions such as VoIP calls. This helps to
ensure toll-quality voice and pictureperfect video.
Highly Resilient Stacking
UniStack stacking assures continuing
availability of converged services.
Redundant paths between every switch
and 100% master redundancy protect
the stack. The aggregation of links on
multiple switches and creation of
redundant uplinks on multiple switches
enhances link redundancy.
Minimized Latency
Latency and jitter can be lethal to realtime applications such as voice and video.
The Summit 400-24t was designed around
a low latency and low jitter architecture in
spite of the wealth of services it delivers.
In particular, the UniStack stacking architecture was designed so that forwarding
is always performed locally when the
destination port is known, and when
packets have to pass through the stack,
they always take the shortest path.
Non-Blocking Forwarding
High-performance starts with a nonblocking architecture as delivered by the
Summit 400-24t. Any access switch that
properly supports converged services must
also examine every packet for QoS and
security, and even more important is the
ability to apply these features without
degrading switch performance. The
Summit 400-24t supports all security, QoS
and management features at full line-rate
without negatively effecting applications.
Security to Protect Converged LAN
Line-Rate Access Control Lists (ACLs)
ACLs are one of the most powerful tools to
Cost-Effective Network Design Using the Summit 400 Series
The Summit 400 series of switches allows the traditional edge layer and aggregation
layer of the network to be collapsed into a single access layer. A two-tier network that
consists of an access layer and a core layer can reduce the number of switches required
and hence reduce the network acquisition costs and network management costs.
Depending on the size and geographic reach of the network, a two-tier network can be
the most cost-effective design for a corporate network.
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control network resource utilization and
to secure and protect the network.
Summit 400-24t supports up to 1,512
ACLs based on Layer 2, 3 or 4 header
information such as the MAC address, IP
source/destination address or protocol.
Intelligent Network Access
Summit 400-24t supports a comprehensive
range of Network Login options by providing
an 802.1x agent-based approach, a webbased (agentless) login capability for
guests, and a MAC-based authentication
model for devices. With these modes of
Network Login, only authorized users and
devices can connect to the network and be
assigned to the appropriate VLAN.
Multiple Supplicant Support
Multiple supplicant support secures IP
Telephony and wireless access. Converged
network designs often involve the use of
shared ports. Shared ports represent a
potential vulnerability in a network. Multiple
supplicant capability on the Summit 400-24t
switch allows it to uniquely recognize and
apply the appropriate policies for each
user or device on a shared port.
Media Access Control (MAC)
MAC lockdown secures IP telephones,
wireless Access Points (APs) and servers.
The MAC address security/lockdown
feature enables Summit 400-24t to block
access to any Ethernet port when the MAC
address of a station attempting to access
the port is different from the configured
MAC address. This feature is used to “lock
down” a device like an IP telephone, an AP
or a server to a specific port.
Host Integrity Checking
Host integrity checking helps keep infected
or non-compliant machines off the network.
Summit 400-24t supports a host integrity
or end point integrity solution that is based
on the Trusted Computing Group model.
Denial of Service (DoS) Protection
If a Summit 400-24t 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.
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Scalable Performance Networks are undergoing a transition from simple Fast Ethernet data connectivity to converged services and new applications
over LAN which demand new infrastructure services: streaming media, VoIP, data analysis and simulations, all of which require
expanded bandwidth, rapid resiliency, and precise QoS. The Summit 400-24t provides these services in one multi-featured
platform.
Support for the Evolving Desktop
Legacy Support
With Plug and Play auto-sense on every
port, attaching legacy devices is a breeze.
With the Summit 400-24t, existing 10 Mbps
or 100 Mbps devices are transparently
supported, and new security and management benefits become immediately available.
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Gigabit Evolution
Gigabit Ethernet is a stable, mature
technology that provides the highest
available bandwidth to the desktop. The
combination of low-cost Gigabit Ethernet
NICs and embedded gigabit interfaces
and increasingly bandwidth hungry
Enterprise applications is driving the
demand for gigabit to the desktop, for
which the Summit 400-24t is the perfect
switch, with its line-rate Layer 2 and
Layer 3 gigabit forwarding, QoS and
resiliency to support demanding
applications.
Future Applications
The Summit 400-24t already provides
low latency and jitter plus the ability to
prioritize based on an extensive set of
packet header information that the most
challenging of future applications is
likely to require. This combination of
performance plus packet intelligence,
coupled with line-rate forwarding and
extensive resiliency options, makes the
Summit 400-24t an obvious choice to
help future-proof the LAN access layer
for future converged applications such
as desktop training, video conferencing
and IP Telephony.
Excellent Availability
Link Redundancy
To assure constant availability of
wireless access, Summit 400-24t
provides a plethora of redundancy
features including Spanning Tree and
Rapid Spanning Tree that are commonly
provided, and much more. For example,
software redundant port makes one link
redundant to another very simply, with no
protocol overhead. For latency sensitive
applications, EAPS is capable of failing
over in 50 milliseconds, fast enough to
sustain a VoIP session. At Layer 3 there
are three more options: OSPF ECMP,
VRRP and ESRP for incredibly scalable
deployment of link resiliency.
Power Redundancy—External
Power System
Scalability, Deployment
Simplicity
Installation Flexibility
With its compact 1RU footprint, finding rack
space to deploy the Summit 400-24t is
trivial. A deployment of 192 gigabit ports
only requires 14 inches of space. Further
enhancing its deployment flexibility is the
convenience of UniStack stacking that can
link all these ports into a highly redundant,
easily managed unit that, unlike a chassis,
does not require contiguous allocation of
rack space.
An important component of the continuous
service capability of the Summit 400-24t is
its External Power System that provides
immediate backup power in the unlikely
event that the internal AC power supply
fails, or in case the primary AC power
input source has problems. The External
Power System for Summit 400-24t is
comprised of two components: compact
one rack unit (1RU) tray which accepts up
to two power modules, and a 160 watt power
module that provides 1:1 power redundancy for 100% backup power. Together, they
help ensure uninterrupted LAN access and
continuous service availability.
Voice Grade Service Everywhere
Forwarding Performance
Summit 400-24t includes several quick
install features that simplify its deployment
into legacy locations as technology upgrades
or into brand new installations. Every
copper gigabit port is auto-sense and trispeed to easily conform to the attached
device. Every port auto-senses the polarity
of the attached cable and adapts automatically, so there is no need to worry about
crossover versus straight-through cables.
Every copper port can optionally test a
cable connection for faults to accelerate
deployment of new LANs. And every port
supports Link Layer Discovery Protocol
(LLDP) to sense and configure to LLDP
compliant attached devices.
When management or security applications
are enabled, some switches bog down and
become network bottlenecks. Not so the
Summit 400-24t, with line-rate packet
processing and forwarding performance,
even when complex ACLs, Network Login,
or other Layer 2, 3, or 4 features are enabled.
This is because all packet processing is
done in packet processing ASICs and not
in software—the benefit is unimpeded
traffic flow and LAN availability.
Granular QoS, low latency and low jitter
enable voice quality connections.
Summit 400-24t supports a range of QoS
technologies that can prioritize and predictably handle high priority traffic—policing
or rate limiting on ingress, 802.1q tagging
and DiffServ marking, and shaping on egress
with eight queues per port. The Extreme Networks tradition of building
products with low latency and jitter
continues with the Summit 400-24t—
allowing network managers to build networks
with low end-to-end latency and jitter.
Plug and Play
Benefits of UniStack Stacking
The Summit 400 family with UniStack stacking architecture is designed to support converged services. The significant throughput
provided by UniStack stacking––up to 160 gigabits per second (Gbps) per stack, and the distributed, shortest path forwarding––offers
performance competitive with some chassis switches. Resiliency is of key importance for these applications. Availability is assured by
redundant bidirectional ring architecture and n-1 master redundancy, distributed Layer 2 and Layer 3 link aggregation and link
redundancy, and distributed uplinks.
UniStack stacking on the Summit 400 family 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 results in lower management
and maintenance costs, while enhancing overall availability.
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Summit 400-24t Data Sheet—Page 3
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Simplified Management Network management and maintenance can be challenging, especially for IT departments managing complex converged
networks while under the pressure to reduce staff and expenses. For all organizations, any repetitive management operation
taxes skilled resources, draining valuable productivity. The Summit 400-24t offers relief through the management simplification
provided by UniStack stacking. By making a stack of switches appear to be a virtual modular switch, the ExtremeWare
UniStack architecture allows all ports in the stack of switches to be configured in one management session.
UniStack Stacking Reduces
Complexity
ent switches and availability goes up even
more, compared to a standalone switch.
Single Point of Management
Highly Reliable Architecture
With UniStack stacking, up to eight
Extreme Networks’ Summit switches,
including the Summit 400 and
Summit 200 families and the
Summit 300-24, appear as a single
network element managed through a
single IP address, with the stack
representing a single managed object
inside an enterprise management tool
such as EPICenter® management suite
from Extreme Networks. Having a single
IP address for configuration, changes
and upgrades yields dividends in saved
time.
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UniStack stacking on Summit 400 switches
is a highly resilient, bidirectional fullduplex ring architecture with n-1 stack
master redundancy designed to survive
the failure of a stacking link or switch in
the stack. With a nominal transfer rate of
20 Gbps and instantaneous transfers of 40
Gbps per switch, a stack of eight switches
can transfer up to 160 Gbps through the
stack with highly reliable, completely
distributed, shortest path forwarding.
Common Management
Interface
Easy Adds/Drops
Common Command Line Interface
Edge to Core
UniStack stacking also simplifies network
expansions or changes. Adding new access
ports to the LAN is as simple as turning
on stacking in a new Summit 400-24t
and adding it to an existing stack, similar
to adding a new module to a modular
switch, except that no space-consuming
chassis is required. Similarly, moving the
Summit 400-24t to a new location is
convenient, since the transferred switch
can stand alone or become part of
another stack.
The Summit 400-24t operates with the
award-winning ExtremeWare software
from Extreme Networks. ExtremeWare
gives the Summit 400-24t the same
administrative interface as any
ExtremeWare switch running in the
network. This common interface reduces
training time, time to configure or update
and management overhead.
Common Feature Set
The common feature set that the
Summit 400-24t shares with other switches
from Extreme Networks that are controlled
by license levels, simplifies and reduces
the cost of managing an Extreme Networks–
powered LAN. The Summit 400-24t delivers
a rich suite of features spanning the range of
protocols to intelligently overseeing traffic,
consistent and simple to deploy, enabling
efficient, productive LAN management.
Simple Redundancy
Enhancement
Because a stack of Summit 400-24ts
represents an n-times replication of traffic
processors, management processors,
memory and power supplies, the net resiliency of a UniStack stack is greater than
the sum of its parts. Add to this the ability
to distribute redundant uplinks on differUniStack Stacking Architecture
– High Throughput
– High Resiliency
– Single Management Point
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Redundant Power
100-240 V
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Common Management
EPICenter Enterprise LAN manager supports
the Summit 400-24t, either individually or
in UniStack stacks, providing a global view
to enhance IT staff productivity. Whether
the LAN is managed via serial port, web,
telnet or a network manager like EPICenter,
ExtremeWare included with the Summit 400-24t provides a uniform
interface for common management, thus
reducing the cost of management.
Link Layer Discovery Protocol
By incorporating LLDP, the Summit 400-24t
reduces networking expenses by enabling
Plug and Play installation of network
devices, simplifying maintenance and
reducing trouble-shooting time. With its
support of IEEE 802.1ab, LLDP simplifies
deployment of VoIP phones, wireless APs,
cameras, and any device that supports this
vendor independent protocol.
Secure Management
Security of management is of primary
importance, especially for remotely managed
LANs. The Summit 400-24t provides essential
secure management features to protect
these critical resources. All administrative
access is protected via very secure authentication using TACACS or RADIUS access
control. Secure Shell (SSHv2) is available to
protect management sessions from snooping;
Secure Copy (SCP) protects configuration
file downloads; and SNMPv3 protects management sessions using enterprise management tools such as EPICenter. With its full
management security, Summit 400-24t
simplifies safe remote management.
Desktop Access Management
Using ACLs to examine Layer 2, 3, and 4
packet header information for security
and traffic classification establishes the
Summit 400-24t as a premier access
switch. Its ability to authenticate users
at the LAN edge separates the
Summit 400-24t from the pack. These
features and more, available in the
ExtremeWare operating system shipped
with the Summit 400-24t, provide the full
and robust access management that sets
Summit 400-24t apart from others.
Redundant Power
100-240 V
10/10 Hz
Figure 1: Summit 400-24t UniStack Stack Cabling Illustration
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Target Applications
Upgrade to Unified Access Edge
Network Core
The Summit 400 family delivers highperformance and cost-effective connectivity driven by networking trends such
as the increasing number of IP telephones,
wireless APs and other devices at the
edge of the network, Gigabit Ethernet
connections to the desktop, and the use
of gigabit and 10 Gigabit Ethernet as an
interconnect technology. The stackable
Summit 400 family allows the traditional
edge layer and aggregation layer of the
network to be collapsed into a single
Unified Access layer.
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Technology Refresh
Summit 400-24t offers a great opportunity
to upgrade existing infrastructure to
introduce higher performance and support
for evolving LAN services. With its rich
feature set and competitive price, the
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Technical Specifications
ExtremeWare v7.6 Supported
Protocols
General Routing and Switching
• RFC 1812 Requirements for IP Version 4
Routers
• 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
(STP)
• IEEE 802.1w – 2001 Rapid Reconfiguration for
STP, RSTP
• IEEE 802.1s – 2004 Multiple Instances of STP,
MSTP
• 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
Networks
• Extreme Discovery Protocol (EDP)
• Static Unicast Routes
• Extreme Loop Recovery Protocol (ELRP)
• Software Redundant Ports
VLANs
• 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
Quality of Service and Policies
• IEEE 802.1D – 1998 (802.1p) Packet Priority
• RFC 2474 DiffServ Precedence, including 8
queues/port
• RFC 2598 DiffServ Expedited Forwarding (EF)
• RFC 2597 DiffServ Assured Forwarding (AF)
• RFC 2475 DiffServ Core and Edge Router
Functions
• Ingress Rate Limiting
• Layer 1-4, Layer 7 (user name) Policy-Based
Mapping
• 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
RIP
• RFC 1058 RIP v1
• RFC 2453 RIP v2
OSPF
• 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
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interfaces, router priority 0
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
server
• RFC 1591 DNS (client operation)
• RFC 1155 Structure of Mgmt Information
(SMIv1)
• 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 2787 VRRP MIB
• RFC 2925 Ping/Traceroute/NSLOOKUP MIB
• 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
reboots)
• IEEE 802.1ab 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
Security
• 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
mechanism)
• 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
aging
• IP Address Security with DHCP Option 82, DHCP
Enforce/Duplicate IP Protection via ARP Learning
Disable
• 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
ACLs
• 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
Lookup
• 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”
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
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Extreme Networks Data Sheet
Technical Specifications
General Specifications
Ports
• 24 ports 10/100/1000BASE-T with auto-config
and auto-polarity
• 4 ports SFP (mini-GBIC, shared PHY with 4
10/100/1000BASE-T ports)
• 1 port Serial (control port)
• 2 UniStack stacking ports, 10 Gbps full duplex
each
Forwarding Tables
• Layer 2/MAC Addresses: 16K
• Layer 3 Addresses: 2K
• Layer 3 Static Routes: 1K
• Layer 3 Interfaces: 128
• Layer 3 routing table size: No limit to number of
routes
Performance
• 80 Gbps switch fabric bandwidth
• 35.7 Mpps frame forwarding rate
• 9216 Byte maximum packet size (Jumbo Frame)
• 25 load sharing trunks, up to 8 members per
trunk
• 8 QoS queues/port
• 4096 VLANs (Port, IEEE 802.1Q, MAC-based)
• 1512 total number of ACL Rules/lines
• 63 rules per port
• ACL rules can be applied to ingress
Rate Limiting
• Central flow based bandwidth policing/rate
limiting: packets are classified after ingress into
flows using ACLs and a rate limiter is assigned
to a given flow
• Rate limiting granularity: 1Mb/s
• Available rate limiters: 63 per port
Acoustic
• Compliant with NEBS GR-63-Core spec • The max measured value is 58dbA
Physical Specifications
Dimensions
Height 1.73 Inches/4.4 Cm
Width 17.4 Inches/44 Cm
Depth 15.25 Inches/38.8 Cm
Weight 11.5 lbs/5.2 Kg
EPS Dimensions
EPS-T
Height Inches/Cm: 1.75 Inches/4.4 Cm
Width Inches/Cm: 17.4 Inches/44 Cm
Depth 7.6 Inches/19.3 Cm
EPS-160
Height 1.7 Inches/4.3 Cm
Width 7.4 Inches/18.8 Cm
Depth 7.9 Inches/20 Cm
Power Cable Length 1 Meter
Indicators
• Per port status LED including power status
Stacking 7-segment display
• System Status LEDs: management, fan and
power
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Operating Specifications
– IEC/EN 61000-4-5 Surge
– IEC/EN 61000-4-6 Conducted Immunity
– IEC/EN 61000-4-11 Power Dips &
Temperature
Interruptions
• Operating Temperature Range, Degrees
• Country Specific
Celsius/Fahrenheit: 0 to 40 °C (32 to 104 °F)
– VCCI Class A (Japan Emissions)
• Operating Humidity Range (worst case, not for
– AS/NZS 3548 ACA (Australia Emissions)
extended duration): 10-95% (RH) non-condensing
– NOM/NYCE (Mexico)
• Storage and Transportation Temperature Range
– CNS 13438:1997 Class A (BSMI-Taiwan)
(worst case), Celsius/Fahrenheit: -40 to +70 °C
– MIC Mark, EMC Approval (Korea)
(-40 to 158 °F)
– GOST (Russian Federation)
Power
Environmental
• Auto-ranging 90-240VAC, 50-60 Hz
• EN/ETSI 300 019-2-1 v2.1.2 – Class 1.2 Storage
• Line Frequency: 50-60 Hz Min Voltage/
• EN/ETSI 300 019-2-2 v2.1.2 – Class 2.3
Associated Current: 100VAC/1.1A
Transportation
• Max Voltage/Associated Current: 240VAC/0.46A
• Heat Dissipation, Watts/BTU: 80W/273BTU/hr • EN/ETSI 300 019-2-3 v2.1.2 – Class 3.1e
Operational
• External Power System connector
• EN/ETSI 300 753 (1997-10) – Acoustic Noise
• External Power System EPS-160 module:
• ASTM D3580 Random Vibration Packaged
– Heat Dissipation, Watts/BTU: 80W/
273BTU/hr
– Current 100-240VAC: 1.1A-0.46A
Warranty
Shock
• Limited Lifetime Hardware Warranty
• Operational Shock in Rack (worst case, not for
• 90-day Warranty on Software
extended duration): 3G, 11 ms, 18 shocks
Regulatory/Safety
• North American Safety of ITE
• UL 60950-1, Listed Device (US Safety)
– CSA 22.2#60950-00 (Canada Safety)
– Complies with FCC 21CFR1040.10 &
1040.11, LN#50 7/2001 (U.S. Laser Safety)
– CDRH Letter of Approval (U.S. FDA Approval)
– NOM/NYCE (Mexico)
• European Safety of ITE
– EN60950-1:2000
– EN 60825-1+A2:2001 (Lasers Safety)
– 73/23/EEC Low Voltage Directive
• International Safety of ITE
– CB Scheme IEC 60950-1:2000+All
– Country Deviations
– AS/NZX 3260 (Australia /New Zealand)
– GOST (Russia)
EMI/EMC
• North America EMC for ITE
– FCC CFR 47 part 15 Class A (U.S.A.)
– ICES-003 Class A (Canada)
• European EMC standards
– EN 55022:1998 Class A
– EN 55024:1998 Class A includes IEC 610004-2, 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
– IEC/EN 61000-4-3 Radiated Immunity
– IEC/EN 61000-4-4 Transient Burst
Summit 400-24t Data Sheet—Page 7
Extreme Networks Data Sheet
Ordering Information
Part
Number
Name
Description
16131
Summit 400-24t
24 10/100/1000BASE-T, 4 unpopulated mini-GBIC ports, 2 UniStack stacking
ports, 1 AC PSU, Edge ExtremeWare license, connector for EPS-160 external
redundant PSU
16132
Summit 400-24t Advanced Edge
License
ExtremeWare Advanced Edge License for Summit 400-24t
16106
Stacking Cable, 0.5M
Summit UniStack Stacking cable, 0.5M
16107
Stacking Cable, 1.5M
Summit UniStack Stacking cable, 1.5M
16108
Stacking Cable, 3.0M
Summit UniStack Stacking cable, 3.0M
10906
EPS-T
External Power System power tray, accepts up to two EPS-160 power modules
10907
EPS-160
External Power System power module, 160 Watts
10051
SX Mini-GBIC
Mini-GBIC, SFP, 1000BASE-SX, LC connector
10052
LX Mini-GBIC
Mini-GBIC, SFP, 1000BASE-LX, LC connector
10053
ZX Mini-GBIC
Mini-GBIC, SFP, 1000BASE-ZX, LC connector
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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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