HP 870 Unified Wired-WLAN Appliance Series

Data sheet
HP 870 Unified Wired-WLAN
Appliance Series
Key features
•Enterprise-scale capacity, performance, and high reliability for wireless networks
•System-wide approach to WLAN reliability through Wi-Fi Clear Connect
•Flexible forwarding modes
•Comprehensive feature set for demanding Enterprise environments
Product overview
The HP 870 Unified Wired-WLAN Appliance delivers enterprise-scale features, capacity, and
high reliability and supports IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n and IEEE 802.11ac APs and access devices, as
well as offering substantial data processing capacity for wireless networks.
The HP 870 Unified Wired-WLAN Appliance provides 24 1000 Mb/s Ethernet ports and four
10GbE ports and can optionally support up to 1,536 managed APs, 30,000 users, and 40G of
centralized throughput.
The HP 870 Unified Wired-WLAN Appliance provides refined user control and management,
improved power savings with IEEE 802.3 az, comprehensive RF management and security
mechanisms, fast roaming, QoS and IPv4/IPv6 features, and powerful WLAN access control.
Data sheet | HP 870 Unified Wired-WLAN Appliance Series
Features and benefits
•Wi-Fi Clear Connect
provides a system-wide approach to help ensure WLAN reliability by proactively determining
and adjusting to changing RF conditions and by identifying rogue activity and enforcing
prevention policies, and optimizing WLAN performance by detecting interference from Wi-Fi
and non-Wi-Fi sources using Spectrum Analysis capabilities built into specific HP access points
(refer to the HP Access Point—Controller Compatibility Matrix).
•Advanced radio resource management
–– Automatic radio power adjustments
include real-time power adjustments based on changing environmental conditions and
signal coverage adjustments
–– Automatic radio channel
provides intelligent channel switching and real-time interference detection
–– Intelligent client load balancing
balances the number of clients across multiple APs to optimize AP and client throughput
–– Airtime fairness
helps ensure equal RF transmission time for wireless clients
•Spectrum Analysis
–– Signal detection/classification
identifies source of RF interference, for example, Bluetooth, cordless phones, and microwave
–– Evaluation of channel quality
helps detect severe channel degradation and improves the reporting of poor RF
•Band Navigation
enables automatic redirection of 5 GHz-capable clients to the less-congested 5 GHz spectrum
•Enterprise network management
is provided by HP Intelligent Management Center (IMC) Platform software and the IMC Wireless
Services Manager Software Module, which effectively integrate traditionally disparate
management tools into one easy-to-use interface
•Secure controller management
manages the controller securely from a single location with IMC or any other SNMP
management station; controller supports SNMPv3 as well as SSHv2 and SSL for secure CLI and
Web management; console port is available as a pass-through to the switch console function
•Support for environments using Bonjour services
–– Gateway: Allows discovery of Bonjour services located in a different layer-3 network
–– HP Zerocast: Eliminates Bonjour multicast traffic from the WLAN enabling scalable
deployment of Apple devices with no performance impact on the Wi-Fi network
–– Access control: Enables filters to be applied inbound and outbound (on the AP) to SSIDs,
groups of or specific APs. User based filtering can block Bonjour traffic until the user is
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•VLAN pooling
–– enables wireless clients to be dynamically assigned to different VLANs so administrators
can assign different subnets to different clients in the same SSID. A VLAN pool can bind to
multiple SSIDs.
•Unified network visibility
–– provides visibility between a wired and wireless network using IEEE 802.1AB Link Layer
Discovery Protocol (LLDP) and sFlow.
•AP Plug and Play (PnP)
–– provides zero-configuration capability. An AP without a predefined configuration file can
connect to the WLAN controller and the WLAN Controller will provision it with the correct
wireless configuration.
•Policy based forwarding
–– simplifies the deployment of centralized or local forwarding. The policy-based mode allows
user to classify data traffic based on ACL and choose local or centralized forwarding. Policybased forwarding can be applied based on SSID or user-profile. That means a forwarding
policy can be applied on a SSID or a specific user or a group of users.
•AP grouping
–– enables an admin to easily apply AP-based or radio-based configurations to all the AP that
are in the same group.
•Staged Firmware Upgrades
–– enables an admin to selectively upgrade APs, typically a group of APs, to minimize the
impact of upgrading large deployments of APs to a new version of firmware.
•Custom antenna settings
–– allow the admin to select a custom antenna gain.
Quality of Service (QoS)
•End-to-end QoS
–– the HP 870 Unified Wired-WLAN Appliance supports the DiffServ standard and IPv6 QoS; the
QoS DiffServ model includes traffic classification and traffic policing, and fully implements six
groups of services—EF, AF1 through AF4, and BE.
•IEEE 802.1p prioritization
delivers data to devices based on the priority and type of traffic
•Class of Service (CoS)
sets the IEEE 802.1p priority tag based on IP address, IP Type of Service (ToS), Layer 3 protocol,
TCP/UDP port number, source port, and DiffServ
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•Web-based authentication
provides a browser-based environment to authenticate clients that do not support the IEEE
802.1X supplicant
•IEEE 802.1X and RADIUS network logins
supports port-based and SSID-based IEEE 802.1X authentication and accounting
•WEP, WPA2, or WPA encryption
can be deployed at the AP to lock out unauthorized wireless access by authenticating users
prior to granting network access; robust Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) or Temporal Key
Integrity Protocol (TKIP) encryption secures the data integrity of wireless traffic
•Integrated Wireless Intrusion Detection System (WIDS)
provides support for hybrid and dedicated modes; detects flood, spoofing, and weak IV
attacks; displays statistics (events) and history; supports configuration of detection policies
•Integrated Wireless Intrusion Prevention System (WIPS)
–– automatically identifies and classifies all APs and stations; enables packet-trigger
containment via knowledge-based heuristics; protects against honeypot attacks and
enforces STA security; detects Denial Of Service (DoS) attacks via pre-defined DoS attacks,
and provides a Signature mechanism which allows admins to define custom rules; enables
Virtual Service Domains to deploy security policies by department or location for example.
•Media access control (MAC) authentication
provides simple authentication based on a user’s MAC address; supports local or RADIUSbased authentication
•Secure user isolation
virtual AP services enable network administrators to provide specific services for different
user groups, allowing effective resource sharing, and simplifying network maintenance and
•Secure access by location
AP location-based user access control helps ensure that wireless users can access and
authenticate only to preselected APs, enabling system administrators to control the locations
where a wireless user can access the network
•Endpoint Admission Defense
integrated wired and wireless Endpoint Admission Defense (EAD) helps ensure that only
wireless clients who comply with mandated enterprise security policies can access the
network, reducing threat levels caused by infected wireless clients and improving the overall
security of the wireless network
•Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)
is used to control access
•Authentication, authorization, and accounting (AAA)
uses an embedded authentication server or external AAA server for local users
•Wireless Intelligent Application Aware Feature (WIAA)
–– provides a user role based or SSID based firewall embedded in WLAN Controller via ACLbased packet filter firewall and ASPF firewall.
–– Protect clients from outside attacks Restrict specific users from accessing specific network
•Source Address Validation Improvement (SAVI)
–– records the wireless client’s IP address and MAC address and at the next data traffic
forwarding stage, SAVI will validate the client’s IP address to prevent attacker spoofing other
client’s IP address.
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supports internal loopback testing for maintenance purposes and an increase in availability;
loopback detection protects against incorrect cabling or network configurations and can be
enabled on a per-port or per-VLAN basis for added flexibility
–– IPv6 host
enables controllers to be managed and deployed at the IPv6 network’s edge
–– Dual stack (IPv4 and IPv6)
transitions customers from IPv4 to IPv6, supporting connectivity for both protocols
–– MLD snooping
directs IPv6 multicast traffic to the appropriate interface, preventing traffic flooding
–– IPv6 ACL/QoS
supports ACL and QoS for IPv6 network traffic
•NAT support
–– NAT traversal
helps ensure that communication between a branch office AP and HP 870 is supported when
the branch uses NAT.
–– Integrated NAT support
replaces the private source IP address with a public address; enables multiple internal
addresses to be mapped to the same public IP address; permits only certain internal IP
addresses to be NATed, and provides an Application Layer Gateway that supports specific
application protocols without requiring the NAT platform to be modified.
•IEEE 802.3ad Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP)
supports a total of a 128 trunk groups with each group supporting 8 active ports. Ports must
be of the same type (that is, all 100/1000 ports or 10GbE ports).
•Flexible forwarding modes
–– enable distributed and centralized traffic forwarding
centralized forwarding, wireless traffic is sent to the HP 870 for processing. With distributed
mode wireless traffic is dropped off locally. In the event that connectivity to the HP 870 is
lost, authenticated clients can continue to access local resources.
–– support local drop off or centralization of data traffic
after an HTML authentication using the built-in portal server or IMC portal authentication.
•Wireless user access control and management
–– support defining settings such as Committed Access Rate (CAS), QoS profiles, and access
control policies based on location for different applications.
•Fast roaming
supports Layer 3 roaming and fast roaming, satisfying the most demanding voice service
•Robust capacity
–– delivers powerful forwarding capacity to support large enterprise WLANs.
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Resiliency and high availability
•High reliability
supports 1+1, N+1, and N+N backup; the 1+1 redundancy configuration supports subsecondlevel failure detection; Aps establish AP-controller tunnel links with both controllers, but only
the links to the active controller are active; when the active controller fails, the heartbeat
mechanism between the two controllers helps ensure that the standby controller can sense
the failure in subsecond level and then informs the APs to switch over to it, thus providing
service continuity.
•802.1X hot-backup
–– enables two controllers to sync 802.1X state information and wireless client’s 802.11
information from master to backup. This feature is only supported on the HP 850, HP 870
and 20G Unified Module.
Layer 2 switching
•VLAN support and tagging
supports IEEE 802.1Q with 4,094 simultaneous VLAN IDs
•Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)
supports standard IEEE 802.1D STP, IEEE 802.1w Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP) for
faster convergence, and IEEE 802.1s Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol (MSTP)
•Port mirroring
duplicates port traffic (ingress and egress) to a local monitoring port
•Jumbo packet support
supports frame sizes up to 9K byte (switch) and up to 4K byte (controller) to improve the
performance of large data transfers
Layer 3 routing
•Static IP routing
provides manually configured routing for both IPv4 and IPv6 networks
Comprehensive portfolio
•Access point support
Refer to the HP Access Point—Controller Compatibility Matrix (h20195.www2.hp.com/V2/
•Optional 32 or 128 access-point upgrade license
–– increases support for additional access points from the base 256 AP support without the
need to buy additional costly hardware.
–– A reduced-cost 128-access point license is available for use on the redundant controller.
Refer to the Specifications and Accessories sections for more detail.
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Warranty and support
•Limited Lifetime Warranty 2.0
Advance hardware replacement with next-business-day delivery (available in most countries).
See hp.com/networking/warrantysummary for duration details
•Electronic and telephone support (for Limited Lifetime Warranty 2.0)
Limited 24x7 telephone support is available from HP for the first 3 years; limited electronic
and business hours telephone support is available from HP for the entire warranty period;
to reach our support centers, refer to hp.com/networking/contact-support; for details on
the duration of support provided with your product purchase, refer to hp.com/networking/
•Software releases
includes all offered software releases for as long as you own the product; to find software
for your product, refer to hp.com/networking/support; for details on the software releases
available with your product purchase, refer to hp.com/networking/warrantysummary
Data sheet | HP 870 Unified Wired-WLAN Appliance Series
HP 870 Unified Wired-WLAN Appliance Series
HP 870 Unified Wired-WLAN Appliance_PL (JG723A)
I/O ports and slots
12 RJ-45 autosensing 100/1000 ports (IEEE 802.3u Type 100BASE-TX, IEEE 802.3ab Type 1000BASE-T); Media Type: Auto-MDIX;
Duplex: 100BASE-TX: half or full; 1000BASE-T: full only
12 SFP 100/1000 Mb/s ports (IEEE 802.3z Type 1000BASE-X, IEEE 802.3u Type 100BASE-FX)
4 SFP+ 10GbE ports (IEEE 802.3ae Type 10GBASE-ER, IEEE 802.3ae Type 10GBASE-LR, IEEE 802.3ae Type 10GBASE-SR, IEEE 802.3aq
Additional ports and slots
1 RJ-45 serial console port
1 RJ-45 out-of-band management port
Physical characteristics
Power supplies
17.32(w) x 18.9(d) x 3.47(h) in (44 x 48 x 8.81 cm) (2U height) Weight
29.32 lb (14.5 kg)
2 power supply slots
1 minimum power supply required
includes: 1 x JG527A (HP X351 300W 100-240VAC to 12VDC Power Supply)
Memory and processor
Broadcom XLP432 Eight core @ 1.4 GHz, 4 GB flash, 8 GB DDR3 SDRAM
Mounting and enclosure
EIA-standard 19-inch telco rack or equipment cabinet (hardware included)
Operating temperature
Operating relative humidity
Nonoperating/Storage temperature
Nonoperating/Storage relative humidity
32°F to 113°F (0°C to 45°C)
5% to 95%, noncondensing
-40°F to 158°F (-40°C to 70°C)
5% to 95%, noncondensing
up to 16,404 ft (5 km)
Electrical characteristics
Maximum heat dissipation
AC voltage
DC voltage
Maximum power rating
887 BTU/hr (935.79 kJ/hr)
100 - 240 VAC
-48 to -60 VDC
260 W
50/60 Hz
UL 60950-1; CAN/CSA 22.2 No. 60950-1; IEC 60950-1; EN 60950-1; FDA 21 CFR Subchapter J
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HP 870 Unified Wired-WLAN Appliance_PL (JG723A)
Default supported APs: 256
Maximum supported APs: 1536 (via the optional purchase of the 32 or 128 access point E-LTU) Maximum supported clients and
centralized throughput:
•30,000 clients
•40G centralized throughput
Maximum supported users via local portal authentication: 6000
Maximum supported users via local authentication (AAA): 3,000
Maximum supported configured SSIDs: 512
Maximum supported ACLs: 32,000
Supported MSM APs are automatically discovered, Comware firmware is loaded, and the APs can be fully managed. AP upgrade license
rules for redundant HP 870 Unified Wired-WLAN Appliance deployments
•The primary HP 870 Unified Wired-WLAN Appliance’s AP count must be increased using the optional HP Unified Wired-WLAN 128 AP
E-LTU (JG649AAE) or the HP Unified Wired-WLAN 32 AP E-LTU (JG774AAE).
•The secondary HP 870 Unified Wired-WLAN Appliance’s AP count can be increased as needed using the reduced-cost HP Unified WiredWLAN 128 AP Redundant E-LTU
Power supplies are hot-swappable. When two power supplies are used, they must be the same type. An AC and a DC power supply must
not be used together in the same appliance.
EN 55022 Class A; CISPR 22 Class A; ICES-003 Class A; AS/NZS CISPR 22 Class A; EN 61000-3-2; EN 61000-3-3; VCCI-3 CLASS A; VCCI-4
CLASS A; ETSI EN 300 386; FCC Part 15 (CFR 47) CLASS A
EN 55024, CISPR24 & ETSI EN 300 386
IMC—Intelligent Management Center; command-line interface; Web browser; SNMP Manager; Telnet; HTTPS; RMON1; FTP; IEEE 802.3
Ethernet MIB; Ethernet Interface MIB
Refer to the HP website at hp.com/networking/services for details on the service-level descriptions and product numbers. For details
about services and response times in your area, please contact your local HP sales office.
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Standards and Protocols
(applies to all products in series)
General protocols
RFC 791 IP
RFC 855 Telnet Option Specification
RFC 858 Telnet Suppress Go Ahead Option
RFC 894 IP over Ethernet
RFC 950 Internet Standard Subnetting
RFC 959 File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
RFC 1122 Host Requirements
RFC 1141 Incremental updating of the
Internet checksum
RFC 1144 Compressing TCP/IP headers for
low-speed serial links
RFC 1256 ICMP Router Discovery Protocol
RFC 1305 NTPv3 (IPv4 only)
RFC 1321 The MD5 Message-Digest
RFC 1334 PPP Authentication Protocols
RFC 1350 TFTP Protocol (revision 2)
RFC 1812 IPv4 Routing
RFC 1944 Benchmarking Methodology for
Network Interconnect Devices
RFC 1994 PPP Challenge Handshake
Authentication Protocol (CHAP)
RFC 2104 HMAC: Keyed-Hashing for Message
RFC 2246 The TLS Protocol Version 1.0
RFC 2284 EAP over LAN
RFC 2644 Directed Broadcast Control
RFC 2864 The Inverted Stack Table
Extension to the Interfaces Group MIB
RFC 2866 RADIUS Accounting
RFC 2869 RADIUS Extensions
RFC 3164 Syslog
RFC 3268 Advanced Encryption Standard
(AES) Ciphersuites for Transport Layer
Security (TLS)
RFC 3619 Ethernet Automatic Protection
Switching (EAPS)
RFC 3636 Definitions of Managed Objects
for IEEE 802.3 Medium Attachment Units
IP multicast
RFC 2236 IGMPv2
RFC 2934 Protocol Independent Multicast
MIB for IPv4
RFC 4541 Considerations for Internet Group
Management Protocol (IGMP) and Multicast
Listener Discovery (MLD) Snooping Switches
RFC 1881 IPv6 Address Allocation
RFC 1887 IPv6 Unicast Address Allocation
RFC 1981 IPv6 Path MTU Discovery
RFC 2292 Advanced Sockets API for IPv6
RFC 2373 IPv6 Addressing Architecture
RFC 2375 IPv6 Multicast Address
RFC 2454 IP Version 6 Management
Information Base - UDP
RFC 2460 IPv6 Specification
RFC 2461 IPv6 Neighbor Discovery
RFC 2462 IPv6 Stateless Address Autoconfiguration
RFC 2463 ICMPv6
RFC 2464 Transmission of IPv6 over
Ethernet Networks
RFC 2465 Management Information Base
for IPv6: Textual Conventions and General
RFC 2466, Management Information Base
for IP Version 6 - ICMPv6
RFC 2526 Reserved IPv6 Subnet Anycast
RFC 2553 Basic Socket Interface Extensions
for IPv6
RFC 2563 ICMPv6
RFC 2925 Definitions of Managed Objects
for Remote Ping, Traceroute, and Lookup
Operations (Ping only)
RFC 3315 DHCPv6 (client and relay)
RFC 3363 DNS support
RFC 3484 Default Address Selection for IPv6
RFC 3493 Basic Socket Interface Extensions
for IPv6
RFC 3513 IPv6 Addressing Architecture
RFC 3542 Advanced Sockets API for IPv6
RFC 3587 IPv6 Global Unicast Address
RFC 3596 DNS Extension for IPv6
RFC 4193, Unique Local IPv6 Unicast
RFC 4443 ICMPv6
RFC 4541 IGMP & MLD Snooping Switch
RFC 4861 IPv6 Neighbor Discovery
RFC 4862 IPv6 Stateless Address Autoconfiguration
RFC 5095 Deprecation of Type 0 Routing
Headers in IPv6
RFC 1213 (MIB-II)
RFC 1229 Interface MIB Extensions
RFC 1643 Ethernet MIB
RFC 1757 Remote Network Monitoring MIB
RFC 2011 SNMPv2 MIB for IP
RFC 2012 SNMPv2 MIB for TCP
RFC 2013 SNMPv2 MIB for UDP
RFC 2571 SNMP Framework MIB
RFC 2665 Ethernet-Like-MIB
RFC 2674 Definitions of Managed Objects
for Bridges with Traffic Classes, Multicast
Filtering, and Virtual Extensions
RFC 2863 The Interfaces Group MIB
RFC 2932 IP (Multicast Routing MIB)
RFC 4444 Management Information Base for
Intermediate System to Intermediate System
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Standards and Protocols
(applies to all products in series)
IEEE 802.11a High Speed Physical Layer in
the 5 GHz Band
IEEE 802.11ac WLAN Enhancements for Very
High Throughput
IEEE 802.11b Higher-Speed Physical Layer
Extension in the 2.4 GHz Band
IEEE 802.11d Global Harmonization
IEEE 802.11e QoS enhancements
IEEE 802.11g Further Higher Data Rate
Extension in the 2.4 GHz Band
IEEE 802.11h Dynamic Frequency Selection
IEEE 802.11i Medium Access Control (MAC)
Security Enhancements
IEEE 802.11n WLAN Enhancements for
Higher Throughput
IEEE 802.11s D1.06 draft
HotSpot 2.0 Release 1 per the WiFi Alliance
Hotspot 2.0 (Release 1) Technical Specification
Package v1.0.0 (refer to the HP Access Point—
Controller Compatibility Matrix for certified APs)
Network management
IEEE 802.11k-2008 (beacon measurement
functionality used as part of radio resource
RFC 1155 Structure of Management
RFC 1905 SNMPv2 Protocol Operations
RFC 2573 SNMPv3 Applications
RFC 2574 SNMPv3 User-based Security
Model (USM)
RFC 2575 VACM for SNMP
RFC 2474 DS Field in the IPv4 and IPv6
RFC 2475 DiffServ Architecture
RFC 3168 The Addition of Explicit Congestion
Notification (ECN) to IP
Call Admission Control (CAC): supports
client-based and channel-utilization based
call admission policies
Wi-Fi MultiMedia (WMM), IEEE 802.11e
IEEE 802.11w Protected Management
IEEE 802.1X Port Based Network Access
RFC 1851 ESP Triple DES Transform
RFC 2246 Transport Layer Security (TLS)
RFC 2401 Security Architecture for the
Internet Protocol
RFC 2408 Internet Security Association and
Key Management Protocol (ISAKMP)
RFC 2409 The Internet Key Exchange (IKE)
RFC 2548 Microsoft Vendor-specific RADIUS
RFC 2716 PPP EAP TLS Authentication
RFC 2865 RADIUS Authentication
RFC 2867 RADIUS Accounting Modifications
for Tunnel Protocol Support
RFC 3394 Advanced Encryption Standard
(AES) Key Wrap Algorithm
RFC 3576 Dynamic Authorization Extensions
to RADIUS (Disconnect Message and
Session-time renewal)
RFC 3579 RADIUS Support For Extensible
Authentication Protocol (EAP)
RFC 3580 IEEE 802.1X RADIUS Guidelines
Access Control Lists (ACLs)
Guest VLAN for 802.1x
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)
SSHv2 Secure Shell
Web Authentication
WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access)/WPA2
RFC 2403 The Use of HMAC-MD5-96 within
ESP and AH
RFC 2404 The Use of HMAC-SHA-1-96 within
ESP and AH
RFC 2405 The ESP DES-CBC Cipher Algorithm
With Explicit IV
RFC 2407 The Internet IP Security Domain of Interpretation for ISAKMP
RFC 2451 The ESP CBC-Mode Cipher
RFC 1829 The ESP DES-CBC Transform
RFC 3602 The AES-CBC Cipher Algorithm
and Its Use with IPSec
RFC 3748 - Extensible Authentication
Protocol (EAP)
RFC 3280 Internet X.509 Public Key
Certificate and Certificate Revocation List
(CRL) Profile
Some of the above standards are now included
in IEEE 802.11-2012
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HP 870 Unified Wired-WLAN Appliance Series accessories
HP 870 Unified Wired-WLAN Appliance
HP X125 1G SFP LC LH40 1310nm Transceiver (JD061A)
HP X120 1G SFP LC LH40 1550nm Transceiver (JD062A)
HP X125 1G SFP LC LH70 Transceiver (JD063B)
HP X110 100M SFP LC LH40 Transceiver (JD090A)
HP X130 10G SFP+ LC SR Transceiver (JD092B)
HP X130 10G SFP+ LC LRM Transceiver (JD093B)
HP X130 10G SFP+ LC LR Transceiver (JD094B)
HP X110 100M SFP LC FX Transceiver (JD102B)
HP X120 1G SFP LC SX Transceiver (JD118B)
HP X120 1G SFP LC LX Transceiver (JD119B)
HP X110 100M SFP LC LX Transceiver (JD120B)
HP X130 10G SFP+ LC ER 40km Transceiver (JG234A)
New HP X240 10G SFP+ to SFP+ 0.65m Direct Attach Copper Cable (JD095C)
New HP X240 10G SFP+ to SFP+ 1.2m Direct Attach Copper Cable (JD096C)
New HP X240 10G SFP+ to SFP+ 3m Direct Attach Copper Cable (JD097C)
HP X351 300W 100-240VAC to 12VDC Power Supply (JG527A)
HP X351 300W -48/-60VDC to 12VDC Power Supply (JG528A)
HP Unified Wired-WLAN 32 AP E-LTU (JG774AAE)
HP Unified Wired-WLAN 128 AP E-LTU (JG649AAE)
HP Unified Wired-WLAN 128 AP Redundant E-LTU (JG902AAE)
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