Industrial Switches | Product Information
IE300 Series
Industrial Ethernet, Layer 3 Switches
Our ruggedized IE300 Industrial Ethernet switches are built for enduring
performance in harsh environments, such as those found in manufacturing,
transportation and physical security. Offering high throughput, rich
functionality and advanced security features, IE300 switches deliver the
performance and reliability demanded by industrial deployments in the
Internet of Things (IoT) age.
Overview
The IE300 Series are wirespeed
Layer 3 switches for industrial Ethernet
applications. With a wide operating
temperature range of between -40°C
and 75°C, they tolerate harsh and
demanding environments, such as
those found in industrial and outdoor
deployment.
Device management is provided via
Industry-standard CLI, SNMP, Telnet,
SSH, or Allied Telesis Management
Framework™ (AMF). AMF is unique to
Allied Telesis managed devices, offering
simplified device provisioning, recovery
and firmware upgrade management.
Performance
The IE300 Series of high performance
and cost-effective managed switches
meets the high reliability requirements
of industrial network operations.
These robust switches provide
network managers with several key
features, using the simple web-based
management function, including
port-based VLANs, IEEE 802.1p, QoS,
port trunking/link aggregation, port
mirroring, priority queues, and IEEE
802.1x security support. With support
for up to 16K MAC addresses, the
IE300 Series is the ideal option for
integrating management into any
network solution.
Securing the Network Edge
To ensure data protection, it is
important to control network access.
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 segregated
into a pre-determined part of the
network, offering network guests such
benefits as Internet access, while
ensuring the integrity of private
network data.
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Gigabit and Fast Ethernet
Support
The IE300 Series SFP ports support
both Gigabit and Fast Ethernet Small
Form-Factor Pluggables (SFPs). This
makes IE300 Series switches ideal
for environments where Gigabit
fiber switches will be phased in over
time. This allows for connectivity to
the legacy 100FX hardware until it is
upgraded to Gigabit Ethernet.
Support for both speeds of SFPs allows
organizations to stay within budget as
they migrate to faster technologies.
Key Features
‫ۼۼ‬
AlliedWare Plus™ functionalities
‫ۼۼ‬
Allied Telesis Management
Framework™ (AMF) node
‫ۼۼ‬
Routing capability
(ECMP, OSPF, RIP, Static)
‫ۼۼ‬
Industry-leading QoS
‫ۼۼ‬
Active Fiber Monitoring™
‫ۼۼ‬
sFlow
‫ۼۼ‬
Ethernet Protection Switched Ring
(EPSRing™)
‫ۼۼ‬
Ethernet Ring Protection Switching
(ITU-T G.8032)
‫ۼۼ‬
IEEE 802.3at PoE+ sourcing (30W)
‫ۼۼ‬
Hi-PoE sourcing (60W)
‫ۼۼ‬
High Availability Network Power
(HANP)
‫ۼۼ‬
Enhanced Thermal Shutdown
‫ۼۼ‬
Redundant power inputs
‫ۼۼ‬
Alarm Input/Output
‫ۼۼ‬
USB port for image/configuration
backup, restore, and upgrade
High Network Resiliency
The IE300 Series supports highly stable
and reliable network switching with a
recovery time of less than 50ms.
You can customize the IE300 with the
most appropriate mechanism and
protocol to prevent network connection
failure. Choices include Allied Telesis
Ethernet Protection Switched Ring
(EPSRing™), and the standard ITU-T
G.8032.
Configurable Power Budget
On the AT-IE300-12GP, you can
configure the overall power budget
as well as the power feeding limit
on a per-port basis, to establish
a close relationship between the
power sourcing feature with the real
capabilities of the external Power
Supply Unit (PSU).*
* Power supply must be compliant with local/national safety
and electrical code requirements. Select the supply with
the most appropriated output power derating curve.
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IE300 Series | Industrial Ethernet, Layer 3 Switches
Key Details
Allied Telesis Management
Framework (AMF)
‫ ۼۼ‬Allied Telesis Management Framework (AMF)
is a sophisticated suite of management tools
that provide a simplified approach to network
management. Common tasks are automated or
made so simple that the every-day running of a
network can be achieved without the need for
highly-trained, and expensive, network engineers.
‫ ۼۼ‬Powerful features like centralized management,
auto-backup, auto-upgrade, auto-provisioning
and auto-recovery enable plug-and-play
networking and zero-touch management.
High Availability
‫ ۼۼ‬EPSRing™ and ITU-T G.8032 allow to form a
protected ring capable of recovery within as little
as 50ms; These features are perfect for high
performance and high availability.
‫ ۼۼ‬Spanning-Tree protocol compatible; RSTP; MSTP;
static Link Aggregation Group (LAG) and dynamic
Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP) support
Industry-leading Quality of Service
(QoS)
‫ ۼۼ‬Comprehensive low-latency wire-speed QoS
provides flow-based traffic management with
full classification, prioritization, traffic shaping
and min/max bandwidth profiles. Enjoy boosted
network performance and guaranteed delivery
of business-critical Ethernet services and
applications. Time-critical services such as voice
and video take precedence over non-essential
services such as file downloads, maintaining
responsiveness of your applications.
sFlow
‫ ۼۼ‬sFlow is an industry standard technology for
monitoring high speed switched networks. It
provides complete visibility into network use,
enabling performance optimization, usage
accounting/billing, and defense against security
threats. Sampled packets sent to a collector ensure
it always has a real-time view of network traffic.
Active Fiber Monitoring
‫ ۼۼ‬Active Fiber Monitoring prevents eavesdropping
on fiber communications by monitoring received
optical power. If an intrusion is detected, the link
can be automatically shut down, or an operator
alert can be sent.
UniDirectional Link Detection
‫ ۼۼ‬UniDirectional Link Detection (UDLD) is useful for
monitoring fiber-optic links between two switches
that use two single-direction fibers to transmit
and receive packets. UDLD prevents traffic from
being sent across a bad link by blocking the ports
at both ends of the link in the event that either
the individual transmitter or receiver for that
connection fails.
Link Layer Discovery Protocol –
Media Endpoint Discovery
(LLDP – MED)
‫ ۼۼ‬LLDP-MED extends LLDP basic network endpoint
discovery and management functions. LLDP-MED
allows for media endpoint specific messages,
providing detailed information on power
equipments, network policy, location discovery
(for Emergency Call Services) and inventory.
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VLAN Translation
‫ ۼۼ‬VLAN Translation allows traffic arriving on a VLAN
to be mapped to a different VLAN on the outgoing
paired interface.
‫ ۼۼ‬In Metro networks, it is common for the Network
Service Provider to give each customer their own
unique VLAN, yet at the customer location, give
all the customers the same VLAN-ID for tagged
packets to use on the wire. VLAN-ID translation
can be used by the Service Provider to change
the tagged packet’s VLAN-ID at the customer
location to the VLAN-ID for tagged packets to use
within the NSP’s network.
‫ ۼۼ‬This feature is also useful in Enterprise
environments where it can be used to merge two
networks together without manually reconfiguring
the VLAN numbering scheme. This situation can
occur if two companies have merged and the
same VLAN-ID is used for two different purposes.
Voice VLAN
‫ ۼۼ‬Voice VLAN automatically separates voice
and data traffic into two different VLANs. This
automatic separation places delay-sensitive traffic
into a voice- dedicated VLAN, which simplifies
QoS configurations.
VLAN Mirroring (RSPAN)
‫ ۼۼ‬VLAN mirroring allows traffic from a port on a
remote switch to be analyzed locally. Traffic being
transmitted or received on the port is duplicated
and sent across the network on a special VLAN.
Security (Tri-authentication)
‫ ۼۼ‬Authentication options on the IE300 Series also
include alternatives to IEEE 802.1X port-based
authentication, such as web authentication, to
enable guest access and MAC authentication
for endpoints that do not have an IEEE 802.1X
supplicant. All three authentication methods—
IEEE 802.1X, MAC-based and Web-based—can
be enabled simultaneously on the same port for
tri-authentication.
Access Control Lists (ACLs)
‫ ۼۼ‬AlliedWare Plus delivers industry-standard Access
Control functionality through ACLs. ACLs filter
network traffic to control whether routed packets
are forwarded or blocked at the port interface.
This provides a powerful network security
mechanism to select the types of traffic to be
analyzed, forwarded, or influenced in some way.
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
(DHCP) Snooping
‫ ۼۼ‬DHCP servers allocate IP addresses to clients,
and the switch keeps a record of addresses
issued on each port. IP source guard checks
against this DHCP snooping database to ensure
only clients with specific IP and/or MAC address
can access the network. DHCP snooping can
be combined with other features, like dynamic
ARP inspection, to increase security in layer 2
switched environments, and also provides a
traceable history, which meets the growing legal
requirements placed on service providers.
PoE, PoE+ and Hi-PoE
‫ ۼۼ‬IE300 is a Power over Ethernet PoE Power
Sourcing Device (PoE PSD) which is compliant
with IEEE802.3af, IEEE802.3at standards.
Each port provides either 15.40W PoE with
12.95W available to the powered device
(IEEE802.3af, IEEE802.3at Type 1), or 30.00W
PoE+ with 25.50W available to the powered
device (IEEE802.3at Type 2). Four ports are
configurable for Hi-PoE (also known as Ultra
PoE, High PoE, PoE++, and others because
there is no current standard), which uses all
four pairs in the cable to provide up to 60W—
double the capacity of PoE+. Practical use is to
support PTZ cameras with heater/blowers for
outdoor application, enhanced infrared lighting,
lighting controller and LED lighting fixtures,
Remote Point of Sale (POS) kiosks, network
switches, as well as other devices.
‫ ۼۼ‬IE300 allows the configuration of the overall
power budget as well as the power feeding
limit on port basis; that establishes a close
relationship between power sourcing feature
with the real capabilities of the external PSU.
High Availability Network Power
(HANP)
‫ ۼۼ‬Enabling the unique High Availability Network
Power (HANP) feature, the switch retains PoE
sourcing during restart events, such as those
due to operator command, software exception,
watchdog timeout or diagnostic failures.
‫ ۼۼ‬The restart event is not propagated to the end
devices, and camera operation is not affected.
Alarm Input/Output
‫ ۼۼ‬Alarm Input/Output are useful for security
integration solution; they respond to events
instantly and automatically by a pre-defined
event scheme, and notify alert message to the
monitoring control center. The 2-pin terminal
blocks may be connected to sensors and
actuator relays. Alarm Input receives signal
from external devices like motion sensor and
magnets; that will trigger subsequent actions
if something changes. Alarm output controls
external device upon a event (i.e. sirens,
strobes, PTZ camera).
Enhanced Thermal Shutdown
‫ ۼۼ‬The enhanced Thermal Shutdown feature acts
when the switch exceeds the safe operating
temperature; different stages allow to preserve
services and prevent damage. When the
operating temp reaches critical levels, the
system cuts the PoE sourcing to non-critical
interfaces first, then to critical interfaces; if the
temp still increases, then all services will be
disabled and the system will enter the standby
mode. The system restores operation when the
temperature returns at acceptable levels.
Premium Software License
‫ ۼۼ‬By default, the IE300 Series offers a
comprehensive Layer 2 and basic Layer 3
feature set that includes static routing and IPv6
management features. The feature set can
easily be upgraded with premium
software licenses.
IE300 Series | Industrial Ethernet, Layer 3 Switches
Key Solutions
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Ethernet Protection Switched Ring (EPSRingTM) and
ITU-T G.8032 provide high speed resilient ring connectivity;
this diagram shows the IE Series in a double ring
network topology.
The IE Series operates at a large -40°C to +75°C
temperature range and allows deployment in outdoor and
harsh industrial environments.
IE200
The IE300 can source up to 60 Watts on four ports. The
Hi-PoE utilizes all four pairs in the cable to provide power
and expands the range of devices that can be added to
the network, such as PTZ cameras with a heater/blower,
enhanced infrared lighting, POS terminals, and thin
client computer.
Management can be automated with the Allied Telesis
Management FrameworkTM (AMF).
PoE models feed 30 Watts per port and support remotely
controlled pan, tilt and zoom (PTZ) video cameras.
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IE300 Series | Industrial Ethernet, Layer 3 Switches
Specifications
10/100/1000T (RJ-45)
COPPER PORTS
100/1000X
SFP PORTS
SWITCHING FABRIC
FORWARDING RATE
(64-BYTE PACKETS)
POE SOURCING PORTS
POE BUDGET
AT-IE300-12GP-80
8
4
24Gbps
17.8Mpps
8
240W
AT-IE300-12GT-80
8
4
24Gbps
17.8Mpps
-
-
PRODUCT
Performance
MAC address
Packet Buffer
Priority Queues
Simultaneous VLANs
VLANs ID range
Jumbo frames
Multicast groups
16K entries
1.5 MBytes (12.2 Mbits)
8
4K
1 – 4094
9KB jumbo packets
1K (layer 2), 256 (layer 3)
Other Interfaces
Type
Port no.
Connector
Serial console (UART)
1
RJ-45 female
Type
Port no.
Connector
USB2.0 (Host Controller Class)
1
Type A receptacle
Type
Port no.
Connector
Alarm Input
1
2-pin Terminal Block
Type
Port no.
Connector
Alarm Output
1
2-pin Terminal Block
Type
Port no.
Connector
Power Input
2
2-pin Terminal Block
Reliability
‫ ۼۼ‬Modular AlliedWare™ operating system
‫ ۼۼ‬Redundant power input
‫ ۼۼ‬Full environmental monitoring of temperature
and internal voltages. SNMP traps alert network
managers in case of any failure
‫ ۼۼ‬Enhanced Thermal Shutdown
Flexibility and Compatibility
‫ ۼۼ‬Gigabit SFP ports supports any combination of
Allied Telesis 10Mbps, 100Mbps and 1Gbps SFP
modules listed in this document under Ordering
Information
Diagnostic Tools
‫ ۼۼ‬Active Fiber Monitoring detects tampering on
optical links
‫ ۼۼ‬Automatic link flap detection and port shutdown
‫ ۼۼ‬Built-In Self Test (BIST)
‫ ۼۼ‬Cable fault locator (TDR)
‫ ۼۼ‬Event logging via Syslog over IPv4
‫ ۼۼ‬Find-me device locator
‫ ۼۼ‬Optical Digital Diagnostic Monitoring (DDM)
‫ ۼۼ‬Ping polling and TraceRoute for IPv4 and IPv6
‫ ۼۼ‬Port and VLAN mirroring (RSPAN)
‫ ۼۼ‬UniDirectional Link Detection (UDLD)
IPv4 Features
‫ ۼۼ‬Black hole routing
‫ ۼۼ‬Directed broadcast forwarding
‫ ۼۼ‬DHCP server and relay
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‫ ۼۼ‬DNS relay
‫ ۼۼ‬Equal Cost Multi Path (ECMP) routing
‫ ۼۼ‬Route redistribution (OSPF, RIP)
‫ ۼۼ‬Static unicast and multicast routes for IPv4
‫ ۼۼ‬UDP broadcast helper (IP helper)
IPv6 Features
‫ ۼۼ‬DHCPv6 relay, DHCPv6 client
‫ ۼۼ‬IPv4 and IPv6 dual stack
‫ ۼۼ‬IPv6 hardware ACLs
‫ ۼۼ‬Device management over IPv6 networks with
SNMPv6, Telnetv6 and SSHv6
‫ ۼۼ‬NTPv6 client and server
Management
‫ ۼۼ‬Front panel 3 LED provides at-a-glance PSU status
and fault information
‫ ۼۼ‬Front panel 8 LED provides at-a-glance PoE status
and indication of power budget consumption (PoE
PSE device only)
‫ ۼۼ‬Allied Telesis Management Framework (AMF) node
‫ ۼۼ‬Console management port on the front panel for
ease of access
‫ ۼۼ‬Eco-friendly mode allows ports and LEDs to be
disabled to save power
‫ ۼۼ‬Industry-standard CLI with context-sensitive help
‫ ۼۼ‬Powerful CLI scripting engine
‫ ۼۼ‬Built-in text editor
‫ ۼۼ‬Event-based triggers allow user-defined scripts to
be executed upon selected system events
‫ ۼۼ‬SNMPv1/v2c/v3 support
‫ ۼۼ‬Comprehensive SNMP MIB support for standards
based device management
‫ ۼۼ‬USB interface allows software release files,
configurations and other files to be stored for
backup and distribution to other devices
‫ ۼۼ‬Recessed Reset button
Quality of Service
‫ ۼۼ‬8 priority queues with a hierarchy of high priority
queues for real-time traffic, and mixed scheduling,
for each switch port
‫ ۼۼ‬Limit bandwidth per port or per traffic class down
to 64kbps
‫ ۼۼ‬Wirespeed traffic classification with low latency
essential for VoIP and real-time streaming media
applications
‫ ۼۼ‬Policy-based QoS based on VLAN, port, MAC and
general packet classifiers
‫ ۼۼ‬Policy-based storm protection
‫ ۼۼ‬Extensive remarking capabilities
‫ ۼۼ‬Taildrop for queue congestion control
‫ ۼۼ‬Strict priority, weighted round robin or mixed
scheduling
‫ ۼۼ‬IP precedence and DiffServ marking based on layer
2, 3 and 4 headers
Resiliency Features
‫ ۼۼ‬Control Plane Prioritization (CPP) ensures the CPU
always has sufficient bandwidth to process network
control traffic
‫ ۼۼ‬Ethernet Protection Switched Rings (EPSRing™)
with SuperLoop Protection (SLP)
‫ ۼۼ‬Ethernet Ring Protection Switching (ITU-T G.8032)
‫ ۼۼ‬Loop protection: loop detection and thrash limiting
‫ ۼۼ‬Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP)
‫ ۼۼ‬Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol (MSTP)
‫ ۼۼ‬PVST+ compatibility mode
‫ ۼۼ‬Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP)
‫ ۼۼ‬Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) with root guard
‫ ۼۼ‬Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRPv3)
Multicasting
‫ ۼۼ‬Internet Group Membership Protocol
(IGMPv1/v2/v3)
‫ ۼۼ‬IGMP proxy
‫ ۼۼ‬IGMP snooping with fast leave and no
timeout feature
‫ ۼۼ‬IGMP static groups
‫ ۼۼ‬Multicast Listener Discovery (MLDv1/v2)
‫ ۼۼ‬MLD snooping
‫ ۼۼ‬Protocol Indipendent Multicast (PIM)
‫ ۼۼ‬PIM Dense Mode (DM) for IPv4 and IPv6
‫ ۼۼ‬PIM Sparse Mode (SM) for IPv4 and IPv6
‫ ۼۼ‬PIM Dense Mode to Sparse Mode translation
Security Features
‫ ۼۼ‬Access Control Lists (ACLs) based on layer 3 and 4
headers
‫ ۼۼ‬Configurable ACLs for management traffic
‫ ۼۼ‬Authentication, Authorization and Accounting (AAA)
‫ ۼۼ‬Bootloader can be password protected for device
security
‫ ۼۼ‬BPDU protection
‫ ۼۼ‬DHCP snooping, IP source guard and Dynamic ARP
Inspection (DAI)
‫ ۼۼ‬DoS attack blocking and virus throttling
‫ ۼۼ‬Dynamic VLAN assignment
‫ ۼۼ‬MAC address filtering and MAC address lockdown
‫ ۼۼ‬Network Access and Control (NAC) features manage
endpoint security
‫ ۼۼ‬Port-based learn limits (intrusion detection)Private
VLANs provide security and port isolation for
multiple customers using the same VLAN
‫ ۼۼ‬RADIUS local server (100 users) and accounting
‫ ۼۼ‬Secure Copy (SCP)
‫ ۼۼ‬Strong password security and encryption
‫ ۼۼ‬TACACS+authentication and accounting
‫ ۼۼ‬Tri-authentication: MAC-based, web-based and
IEEE 802.1X
‫ ۼۼ‬Auth-fail and guest VLANs
IE300 Series | Industrial Ethernet, Layer 3 Switches
Environmental Specifications
Operating temp.
Storage temp.
Operating humidity
Storage humidity
Operating altitude
Electrical/Mechanical Approvals
-40°C to 75°C (-40°F to 167°F)
-40°C to 85°C (-40°F to 185°F)
5% to 95% non-condensing
5% to 95% non-condensing
up to 3,000 m (9,843 ft)
Mechanical
EN 50022, EN 60715 Standardized mounting on rails
Environmental Compliance
RoHS
China RoHS
WEEE
Compliance Mark CE, FCC
Safety EN/IEC/UL 60950-1
EN/IEC/UL 60950-22
CAN/CSA-22.2 no. 60950-1
CAN/CSA-22.2 no. 60950-22
EMC CISPR 32
EN55024
EN55032 Class A
EN61000-3-2
EN61000-3-3
EN61000-4-2 (ESD)
EN61000-4-3 (RS)
EN61000-4-4 (EFT)
EN61000-4-5 (Surge)
EN61000-4-6 (CS)
EN61000-4-8
EN61000-4-11
FCC Part 15B, Class A
Shock EN60068-2-27
EN60068-2-31
Vibration EN60068-2-6
Traffic Control
NEMA TS2
Physical Specifications
WIDTH
DEPTH
HEIGHT
WEIGHT
ENCLOSURE
MOUNTING
PROTECTION RATE
AT-IE300-12GP-80
PRODUCT
146 mm (5.75 in)
127 mm (5.00 in)
152 mm (6.00 in)
2.0 kg (.4.5 lb)
Aluminum shell
DIN rail, wall mount
IP30, IP31*
AT-IE300-12GT-80
146 mm (5.75 in)
127 mm (5.00 in)
152 mm (6.00 in)
2.0 kg (.4.4 lb)
Aluminum shell
DIN rail, wall mount
IP30, IP31*
* with additional cover tool
Power Characteristics
NO POE LOAD
PRODUCT
INPUT VOLTAGE
COOLING
AT-IE300-12GP-80
48V DC *, 55V DC **
fanless
43W
AT-IE300-12GT-80
12~55V DC
fanless
30W
MAX POWER
CONSUMPTION
MAX HEAT
DISSIPATION
102 BTU/hr
FULL POE LOAD
NOISE
MAX POWER
CONSUMPTION
MAX HEAT
DISSIPATION
NOISE
MAX POE
POWER
-
320W ***
147 BTU/hr
-
-
-
-
-
MAX POE SOURCING PORTS
POE
(15W)
POE+
(30W)
HI-POE
(60W)
240W
8
8
4
-
-
-
-
* sourcing IEEE 802.3at Type 1 (PoE)
** sourcing IEEE 802.3at Type 2 (PoE+, Hi-PoE)
*** include PD’s consumption and margin
Standards and Protocols
RFC 894 Standard for the transmission of IP datagrams over Ethernet networks
RFC 919 Broadcasting Internet datagrams
RFC 922 Broadcasting Internet datagrams in the presence of subnets
RFC 932 Subnetwork addressing scheme
RFC 950 Internet standard subnetting procedure
RFC 951 Bootstrap Protocol (BootP)
RFC 1027 Proxy ARP
RFC 1042 Standard for the transmission of IP datagrams over IEEE 802 networks
RFC 1071 Computing the Internet checksum
RFC 1122 Internet host requirements
RFC 1191 Path MTU discovery
RFC 1256 ICMP router discovery messages
RFC 1518 An architecture for IP address allocation with CIDR
RFC 1519 Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR)
RFC 1542 Clarifications and extensions for BootP
RFC 1812 Requirements for IPv4 routers
RFC 1918 IP addressing
RFC 4862 IPv6 Stateless Address Auto-Configuration (SLAAC)
RFC 5014 IPv6 socket API for source address selection
RFC 5095 Deprecation of type 0 routing headers in IPv6
RFC 5175 IPv6 Router Advertisement (RA) flags option
RFC 6105 IPv6 Router Advertisement (RA) guard
AlliedWare Plus Operating System
Version 5.4.7*
*Available in Q1 2017
Authentication
RFC 1321
RFC 1828
MD5 Message-Digest algorithm
IP authentication using keyed MD5
Encryption
FIPS 180-1 Secure Hash standard (SHA-1)
FIPS 186 Digital signature standard (RSA)
FIPS 46-3 Data Encryption Standard (DES and 3DES)
Ethernet Standards
IEEE 802.1AXLink aggregation (static and LACP)
IEEE 802.2 Logical Link Control (LLC)
IEEE 802.3 Ethernet
IEEE 802.3adS tatic and dynamic link aggregation
IEEE 802.3afPower over Ethernet (PoE)
IEEE 802.3atPower over Ethernet plus (PoE+)
IEEE 802.3azEnergy Efficient Ethernet (EEE)
IEEE 802.3u 100BASE-X
IEEE 802.3x Flow control - full-duplex operation
IEEE 802.3z 1000BASE-X
IPv4 Standards
RFC 791
RFC 792
RFC 826
Internet Protocol (IP)
Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP)
Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)
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IPv6 Standards
RFC 1981 Path MTU discovery for IPv6
RFC 2460 IPv6 specification
RFC 2464 Transmission of IPv6 packets over Ethernet networks
RFC 3484 Default address selection for IPv6
RFC 3596 DNS extensions to support IPv6
RFC 4007 IPv6 scoped address architecture
RFC 4193 Unique local IPv6 unicast addresses
RFC 4291 IPv6 addressing architecture
RFC 4443 Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMPv6)
RFC 4861 Neighbor discovery for IPv6
Management
AMF MIB and SNMP traps
AT Enterprise MIB
Optical DDM MIB
SNMPv1, v2c and v3
IEEE 802.1ABLink Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP)
RFC 1155 Structure and identification of management information for TCP/IP-based Internets
RFC 1157 Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)
RFC 1212 Concise MIB definitions
RFC 1213 MIB for network management of TCP/IP-based Internets: MIB-II
RFC 1215 Convention for defining traps for use with the SNMP
RFC 1227 SNMP MUX protocol and MIB
RFC 1239 Standard MIB
RFC 1724 RIPv2 MIB extension
RFC 2011 SNMPv2 MIB for IP using SMIv2
RFC 2012 SNMPv2 MIB for TCP using SMIv2
RFC 2013 SNMPv2 MIB for UDP using SMIv2
RFC 2096 IP forwarding table MIB
RFC 2578 Structure of Management Information v2 (SMIv2)
RFC 2579 Textual conventions for SMIv2
RFC 2580 Conformance statements for SMIv2
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IE300 Series | Industrial Ethernet, Layer 3 Switches
RFC 2674 Definitions of managed objects for bridges with traffic classes, multicast filtering and VLAN extensions
RFC 2741 Agent extensibility (AgentX) protocol
RFC 2787 Definitions of managed objects for VRRP
RFC 2819 RMON MIB (groups 1,2,3 and 9)
RFC 2863 Interfaces group MIB
RFC 3164 Syslog protocol
RFC 3176 sFlow: a method for monitoring traffic in switched and routed networks
RFC 3411 An architecture for describing SNMP management frameworks
RFC 3412 Message processing and dispatching for the SNMP
RFC 3413 SNMP applications
RFC 3414 User-based Security Model (USM) for SNMPv3
RFC 3415 View-based Access Control Model (VACM) for SNMP
RFC 3416 Version 2 of the protocol operations for the SNMP
RFC 3417 Transport mappings for the SNMP
RFC 3418 MIB for SNMP
RFC 3621 Power over Ethernet (PoE) MIB
RFC 3635 Definitions of managed objects for the Ethernet-like interface types
RFC 3636 IEEE 802.3 MAU MIB
RFC 4188 Definitions of managed objects for bridges
RFC 4318 Definitions of managed objects for bridges with RSTP
RFC 4560 Definitions of managed objects for remote ping,traceroute and lookup operations
RFC 6527 Definitions of managed objects for VRRPv3
Multicast Support
Bootstrap Router (BSR) mechanism for PIM-SM
IGMP query solicitation
IGMP snooping (IGMPv1, v2 and v3)
IGMP snooping fast-leave
IGMP/MLD multicast forwarding (IGMP/MLD proxy)
MLD snooping (MLDv1 and v2)
PIM-SM and SSM for IPv6
RFC 1112 Host extensions for IP multicasting (IGMPv1)
RFC 2236 Internet Group Management Protocol v2 (IGMPv2)
RFC 2710 Multicast Listener Discovery (MLD) for IPv6
RFC 2715 Interoperability rules for multicast routing protocols
RFC 3306 Unicast-prefix-based IPv6 multicast addresses
RFC 3376 IGMPv3
RFC 3810 Multicast Listener Discovery v2 (MLDv2) for IPv6
RFC 3956 Embedding the Rendezvous Point (RP) address in an IPv6 multicast address
RFC 3973 PIM Dense Mode (DM)
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RFC 4541 IGMP and MLD snooping switches
RFC 4601 Protocol Independent Multicast - Sparse Mode (PIM-SM): protocol specification (revised)
RFC 4604 Using IGMPv3 and MLDv2 for source-specific multicast
RFC 4607 Source-specific multicast for IP
Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)
OSPF link-local signaling
OSPF MD5 authentication
Out-of-band LSDB resync
RFC 1245 OSPF protocol analysis
RFC 1246 Experience with the OSPF protocol
RFC 1370 Applicability statement for OSPF
RFC 1765 OSPF database overflow
RFC 2328 OSPFv2
RFC 2370 OSPF opaque LSA option
RFC 2740 OSPFv3 for IPv6
RFC 3101 OSPF Not-So-Stubby Area (NSSA) option
RFC 3509 Alternative implementations of OSPF area border routers
RFC 3623 Graceful OSPF restart
RFC 3630 Traffic engineering extensions to OSPF
RFC 4552 Authentication/confidentiality for OSPFv3
RFC 5329 Traffic engineering extensions to OSPFv3
Quality of Service (QoS)
IEEE 802.1p
RFC 2211
RFC 2474
RFC 2475
RFC 2597
RFC 2697
RFC 2698
RFC 3246
Priority tagging
Specification of the controlled-load network element service
DiffServ precedence for eight queues/port
DiffServ architecture
DiffServ Assured Forwarding (AF)
A single-rate three-color marker
A two-rate three-color marker
DiffServ Expedited Forwarding (EF)
Resiliency
IEEE 802.1agCCP Connectivity Fault Management Continuity Check Protocol (CCP)
IEEE 802.1D MAC bridges
IEEE 802.1s Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol (MSTP)
IEEE 802.1w Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP)
ITU-T G.8032 Ethernet ring protection switching
RFC 5798 Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol version 3 (VRRPv3) for IPv4 and IPv6
Routing Information Protocol (RIP)
RFC 1058
RFC 2080
RFC 2081
RFC 2082
RFC 2453
Routing Information Protocol (RIP)
RIPng for IPv6
RIPng protocol applicability statement
RIP-2 MD5 authentication
RIPv2
Security
SSH remote login
SSLv2 and SSLv3
TACACS+ accounting and authentication
IEEE 802.1X authentication protocols (TLS, TTLS, PEAP, MD5)
IEEE 802.1X multi-supplicant authentication
IEEE 802.1X port-based network access control
RFC 2818 HTTP over TLS (“HTTPS”)
RFC 2865 RADIUS
RFC 2866 RADIUS accounting
RFC 2868 RADIUS attributes for tunnel protocol support
RFC 3280 Internet X.509 PKI Certificate and Certificate Revocation List (CRL) profile
RFC 3546 Transport Layer Security (TLS) extensions
RFC 3579 RADIUS support for Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP)
RFC 3580 IEEE 802.1x RADIUS usage guidelines
RFC 3748 PPP Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP)
RFC 4251 Secure Shell (SSHv2) protocol architecture
RFC 4252 Secure Shell (SSHv2) authentication protocol
RFC 4253 Secure Shell (SSHv2) transport layer protocol
RFC 4254 Secure Shell (SSHv2) connection protocol
RFC 5246 TLS v1.2
Services
RFC 854 Telnet protocol specification
RFC 855 Telnet option specifications
RFC 857 Telnet echo option
RFC 858 Telnet suppress go ahead option
RFC 1091 Telnet terminal-type option
RFC 1350 Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP)
RFC 1985 SMTP service extension
RFC 2049 MIME
RFC 2131 DHCPv4 (server, relay and client)
RFC 2132 DHCP options and BootP vendor extensions
RFC 2616 Hypertext Transfer Protocol - HTTP/1.1
RFC 2821 Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP)
RFC 2822 Internet message format
RFC 3046 DHCP relay agent information option (DHCP option 82)
RFC 3315 DHCPv6 client
RFC 3993 Subscriber-ID suboption for DHCP relay agent option
RFC 4330 Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP) version 4
RFC 5905 Network Time Protocol (NTP) version 4
VLAN Support
IEEE 802.1Q Virtual LAN (VLAN) bridges
IEEE 802.1v VLAN classification by protocol and port
IEEE 802.3acV LAN tagging
Voice over IP (VoIP)
LLDP-MEDANSI/TIA-1057
Voice VLAN
IE300 Series | Industrial Ethernet, Layer 3 Switches
Ordering Information
NAME
DESCRIPTION
INCLUDES
AT-FL-IE3-L2-01
IE300 series Layer-2 Premium license
‫ۼۼ‬
‫ۼۼ‬
‫ۼۼ‬
‫ۼۼ‬
EPSR Master
VLAN Translation
VLAN double tagging (QinQ)
UDLD
AT-FL-IE3-L3-01
IE300 series Layer-3 Premium license
‫ۼۼ‬
‫ۼۼ‬
‫ۼۼ‬
‫ۼۼ‬
‫ۼۼ‬
‫ۼۼ‬
‫ۼۼ‬
OSPF
OSPFv3
PIM-SM, DM and SSM
PIMv6-SM and SSM
RIP
RIPng
VRRP
AT-FL-IE3-G8032
IE300 series license for ITU-T G.8032 and Ethernet CFM
‫ ۼۼ‬ITU-T G.8032
‫ ۼۼ‬Ethernet CFM
Switches
AT-IE300-12GP-80
8x 10/100/1000T,
4x 100/1000X SFP,
Industrial Ethernet, Layer 3 Switch, Hi-PoE Support
AT-IE300-12GT-80
8x 10/100/1000T,
4x 100/1000X SFP,
Industrial Ethernet, Layer 3 Switch
Supported SFP Modules
Refer to the installation guide for the recommended Max.
Operating Temperature according to the selected SFP
module.
1Gbps SFP modules
AT-SPBD10-13
1000LX single-mode BiDi SFP, 10 km
AT-SPBD10-14
1000LX single-mode BiDi SFP, 10 km
AT-SPBD20-13/I
Small Form Pluggable, 20 km, industrial temperature
AT-SPBD20-14/I
Small Form Pluggable, 20 km, industrial temperature
AT-SPLX10/I
1000LX (LC) SFP, 10km, industrial temperature
AT-SPLX40
1000LX (LC) SFP, 40 km
AT-SPSX
1000SX (LC) SFP, 550 m
AT-SPSX/I
1000SX (LC) SFP, 550 m, industrial temperature
AT-SPTX
1000T SFP, 100 m
AT-SPZX80
1000ZX (LC) SFP, 80 km
100Mbps SFP modules
AT-SPFX/2
100FX (LC) SFP, 2 km
AT-SPFX/15
100FX (LC) SFP, 15 km
AT-SPFXBD-LC-13
100FX (LC) single-mode BiDi SFP, 15 km
AT-S PFXBD-LC-15
100FX (LC) single-mode BiDi SFP, 15 km
AT-SPEX
1000X (LC) SFP, 2 km
AT-SPLX10
1000LX (LC) SFP, 10 km
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