Avaya Virtual Services Platform 8000 Series

Avaya Virtual Services
Platform 8000 Series
Compact Form-Factor Ethernet Switches designed to deliver
sophisticated yet simplified functionality for deployments by
businesses striving for greater efficiency.
VSP Operating System
Software 4.1 delivers
the following major
enhancements:
Avaya heralds the introduction of a new concept in networking,
the ‘Compact Form-Factor’ Ethernet Switch, a design that seeks
to address the needs of ‘middle business’, but is able to address
a range of deployment scenarios from mid-market through to
larger Enterprises.
The Compact Form-Factor
The Avaya Virtual Services Platform
• Layer 3 Virtual
Service Networking
8000 Series is the first incarnation of a
• IPv6 Routing support,
including OSPFv3,
plus Inter-VSN
Routing and IP
Shortcut Routing
with using Fabric
Connect
Switch. The CFF concept seeks to
new concept in data networking, the
compact form-factor (CFF) Ethernet
address the needs of businesses that
range from the mid-market all the way
up to mid-to-large Enterprises, with
highly flexible deployment capabilities.
These businesses are increasingly
dependent upon IT, and access to
business applications – much like their
larger cousins – but they do not have the
• eBGP IP Routing
same IT resources or funding available
to build-out and maintain feature-rich
• IP Multicast-overFabric Connect
networks using conventional techniques
and products. They need sophisticated
capabilities, but delivered in a
streamlined, simplified, and costeffective package.
It is this challenge that has driven the
development of the CFF concept and
the creation of the Avaya Virtual
Services Platform 8000 Series (VSP
8000). By delivering a package that
combines simplicity, agility, efficiency,
and versatility, Avaya has created a
compelling solution for businesses that
have fewer resources but want to do
more.
The VSP 8000 Series features tight
integration between the Industry’s
leading hardware and Avaya’s proven
VSP Operating System (VOSS),
delivering enhanced levels of
functionality and robustness.
Leveraging Avaya’s unique virtualization
technologies – Switch Cluster and Fabric
Connect – businesses can benefit from
real-time service agility, avoiding the
delays associated with conventional
designs, and the outages introduced
trying to maintain them. The CFF
concept revolutionizes the cost/benefit
proposition for the mid-market/midsized Core Switch role; delivering – when
compared to a conventional
Chassis – higher port density, better
price/port, a lower entry price point,
better power efficiency, it features
reduced maintenance, a smaller physical
footprint, and it scales seamlessly.
Essentially, the CFF gives businesses
everything that they need, and enables
them to avoid the ‘Chassis Tax’; the
costs and burden traditionally
associated with conventional Chassisbased designs shoe-horned into smaller
deployment scenarios. Leveraging
next-generation hardware and software
technologies help this platform support
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today’s connectivity-centric
Confluence of Advancements
virtualize elements, empowering
requirements and be primed for
It’s a confluence of technology
efficient provisioning and utilization
tomorrow’s software-defined future.
advancements that make the delivery
of resources, thereby reducing the
of the CFF concept possible.
strain on the network and IT
Game-changing capabilities
personnel. Fabric Connect offers a
The Core of the network has
The first is something called ‘die
robust and resilient alternative to
traditionally been the place where the
shrink’, a term that refers to the
conventional offerings and it delivers
Chassis-based Ethernet Switch came
scaling of semiconductor devices,
innovative services and solutions
into its own; the virtues of port
essentially the mass of transistors that
while maintaining Ethernet’s key value
density, reliability, scalability, and
form a chipset. Shrinking a semi-
propositions of simplicity and cost-
performance mandated something
conductor die, creating superior
effectiveness. Fabric Connect delivers
more than simply a variation of the
circuit density, is made possible by
new capabilities in the crucial areas of
products deployed into the Wiring
using a more advanced fabrication
simplicity, scalability, performance,
Closets themselves. There’s been a
process. This reduces overall costs of
reliability, and service orchestration
resistance to using ‘Stackables’; even
the chipset, delivering more from less.
and abstraction.
those featuring Avaya’s clearly
That’s a roundabout way of saying
superior Stackable Chassis
that you can get more capacity and
Finally, there a subtle but important
technology – with all of its positive
capability by leveraging the most
transition in how the various physical
attributes – have not always been
advanced chipsets, and additionally
connectivity requirements – the
universally embraced in this particular
reducing costs and being more power
actual interfaces – are delivered. A
role for smaller deployments.
efficient.
traditional Chassis-based solution
requires multiple interface module
But time moves on, and technology
This has, of course, been occurring in
types in order to cover a broad range
advances. Avaya is now able to debut
PC and Server markets for years – we
of physical media types and interface
the Compact Form Factor concept.
commonly refer to the phenomenon
speeds; from copper to various forms
With CFF products, we are able to
as ‘Moore’s Law’ – and now it has
of fiber, and from 10/100Mbps,
change the game, delivering higher
finally made its way to Networking.
through to 10Gbps and now beyond.
port density – especially for high-
What this specifically delivers is the
However, the commoditization of
capacity 10/40 Gigabit connections –
ability to drive many more high-
Pluggable Transceiver technology is
offering better price per port
capacity connections using a more
making that traditional approach
(relatively to a Chassis), a much lower
intense chipset. These developments
largely redundant, thereby
entry price point (without the
have reached the point where it’s the
highlighting its inherent inefficiency.
overhead of Chassis, Control
physical requirement of the interfaces
We now recognize that a better way
Processor and Switch Fabric modules,
that determine now how small the
to deliver versatility of interface is to
etc.), combined with numerous
box can be made, rather than size
leverage the wide array of available
efficiencies in the areas of operational
being driven by a mass of circuitry
Transceivers. This change means that
simplicity and reduced operational
behind the front panel. So, to begin
a networking device can support
costs. Key enabling technologies from
with, we’ve got these incredibly
multiple interface requirements by
the Avaya Networking toolkit – Switch
sophisticated and intense chipsets to
leveraging low-cost Transceivers.
Cluster and Fabric Connect – deliver
build upon.
These three trends converge to
solutions that promote flexibility and
scalability.
In parallel, we’ve seen a tremendous
produce a tipping point; together
advancement in the functionality of
they create the potential for change.
In short, the CFF delivers the benefits
network virtualization, led of course
The rationale for proceeding with
typically associated with Chassis-
by the Avaya Fabric Connect
change, as opposed to change merely
based solutions, but without the
technology, an extended
for the sake of change, is to enable an
penalties that are usually
implementation of the Shortest Path
evolution away from old-world,
encountered, both in terms of capital
Bridging standard. Fabric Connect
conventional, and inflexible
costs and operational burden.
offers the ability to create a simplified
networking.
network that can dynamically
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Improving Resiliency, Enhancing
Value
combination of Switch Cluster and
This delivers greater flexibility,
distributed hardware delivers total
optimizes utilization of high-value
One of the typical rationales for a
physical independence, and includes
backbone connections, and forms the
Chassis-base Core is that a big,
the ability to have the ‘virtual’ Core
basis of further developments that
complex, and expensive device is the
split and deployed across different
will include scalability of a Cluster
only really dependable option.
physical locations, independent and
beyond two members, and the ability
However, always-on availability is not
isolated control planes (delivering
to mix-and-match device types within
merely a function of hardware, but
genuine process separation, isolation,
a Cluster.
more correctly a product of the
and protection), and enabling
‘solution’. The Avaya Switch Cluster
in-service software upgrades. Big
Virtual IST (vIST) delivers a
technology delivers this, and when
business, operating at larger scale,
dependable scalability capability to
executed on a CFF platform, it
has for years benefitted from being
the VSP 8000 Series, and de-risks
provides a compelling offering for the
able to deploying Switch Cluster
purchasing decisions because the
mid-market and smaller Core
technology with Avaya’s high-end
Core can provide both always-on
deployments within the Enterprise. In
products; the VSP 8000 Series now
high-availability and flexible pay-as-
short, rather than over-investing in a
brings this advantage to mid-sized
you-grow efficiencies.
‘highly resilient’ Chassis, with
businesses. The primary difference is
redundant hardware, but vulnerable
that this capability is now available at
control plane and based on obsolete
a vastly different price point, tailored
Replacing Complexity with
Capability
networking techniques, the Switch
for mid-sized businesses operating
Traditionally, to provision new
Cluster technology enhances network
more modest IT delivery models.
services or to change existing ones,
engineers are required to touch every
survivability through physical
separation of the switching hardware.
Empowering the Scale-Out Core
device in the service path, configuring
Another of the historical justifications
Avaya pioneered, more than a decade
for a conventional Chassis-base Core
ago, the concept of the high-
is that it delivers flexibility of
availability network with its
hardware and therefore ensures
development of the Switch Cluster
scalability. This is largely true;
technology. Avaya creates a single,
however, it comes at a cost, in terms
unified, logical Core from two
of up-front capital investment,
physically independent Switches –
operational burden, and even in terms
clustering them – so that no one
of future expansion. Every component
single point-of-failure can disrupt
has a premium attached as a function
dual/multi-homed connectivity. This
of embedding this flexibility.
is the very essence of end-to-end
Additionally, there are often life cycle
always-on availability. Deploying
considerations that mean the
Switch Cluster technology in the Core
flexibility that businesses assumed
delivers high-availability for the Edge
would be worth the extra cost does
of the network, supporting the
not actually materialize when they
Campus Wiring Closet, Servers,
ultimately go to exercise it.
Routers, or other networking devices
in the Core/Data Center.
The VSP 8000 Series can implement
our Switch Cluster technology in the
Therefore, building a Core using a
classic – physically connected –
cluster of cost-effective VSP 8000
manner, but will also act as the
Series CFF Ethernet Switches
delivery vehicle for the next evolution
enhances a business’ resiliency
of Switch Cluster technology; ‘Virtual
posture. In addition to the various
IST’. This is an enhancement of the
high-availability factors offered by
Inter-Switch Trunk functionality; it
conventional Chassis-based products
leverages a virtualized connection
(i.e. CPU, switching fabric, power,
between the Cluster members, rather
cooling, and of course, link), the
than via the traditional physical link.
VOSS Unification
Avaya is undertaking a
unification program for
the operating system
software used on Virtual
Service Platform products.
Moving to a single,
common VSP Operating
System Software (VOSS)
accelerates time-tomarket for new features,
and ensures higher levels
of feature consistency
across the product
portfolio. VOSS 4.1 is the
delivery vehicle that
unifies the first two
products, the VSP 8000
Series and the VSP 4000
Series.
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every device to enable both the active
and carried independently of every
This is a perfect example of how
and redundant links. The bigger the
other service. Leveraging a single
networking is being redefined
network the more complex and risky
unified protocol, with integrated IP
through the seamless integration of a
this becomes. Leveraging Fabric
Routing and IP Multicast capabilities,
pervasive services-orientated
Connect technology to virtualize the
enables Fabric Connect to deliver the
network virtualization technology
network enables a profound change.
Industry’s premier solution for
with intelligent and open policy-
Rather than the network appearing as
simplified, scalable, and resilient IP
based access management
a mass of individual devices, it
Multicast-based applications. The
techniques. The VSP 8000 Series is
becomes an opaque cloud, so that
Edge-only provisioning model also
designed to deliver the Fabric Attach
engineers only need to touch the
delivers significant advances in how
Server Switch functionality in the
single unique device that is providing
the network interacts with virtual
model, interfacing conventional
service directly to the end-point.
machine mobility. Layer 2 VLANs can
Switches with the Fabric Connect
Fabric Connect technology
be easily and seamlessly extended
cloud.
automatically and instantly
throughout the Core or Data Center
propagates all service attributes to
whether that is a single site or multi-
Summary
every other node within the cloud,
site. Traffic flows are automatically
Personal Computers have been with
delivering end-to-end connectivity.
load-balanced and protected across
us for decades, and Laptops and
all available links.
portable computing for a decade or
Transitioning to an autonomic
more; however, these devices were
network delivers crucial advantages.
SDN that redefines Networking
never universally integrated into
It means that businesses no longer
Software-Defined Networking is
people’s everyday lifestyle in the way
need to configure the Core of the
certainly topical; however, much of
that Tablets now are.
network for every service change;
the discussion remains centered on
service is only configured at the Edge
finding real-world business
This new class of product, the Tablet,
of the network. This has dramatic
justification for what is essentially a
was created by the relatively simple
impacts for the entire change
technology side step. Avaya takes a
act of packaging a number of
paradigm. Fabric Connect technology
pragmatic view and delivers solutions
technology advancement into a new
has the added advantage of
aimed fairly and squarely at
compelling offering. However, until it
separating and segmenting traffic to
simplifying and automating tasks that
actually happened, until one
unique service constructs. This has
are currently complex and manual;
manufacturer had the vision to
advantages in delivering ‘stealth
Avaya is more concerned about what
change, it wasn’t something that
networking’ solutions that help with
the technology delivers and less
people actually knew they wanted.
compliance for business processes
about what it is labeled.
Crucial to the success of a new
such as those that require special
product category is unification of the
handling for credit card payments
A case in point is a new technology
right emerging technologies, and
(PCI) or the protection of heath data
innovation that Avaya has introduced
faultless execution is absolutely vital.
(HIPAA).
called ‘Fabric Attach’. This is an
adjunct to the Fabric Connect
Avaya is bringing this same attitude
Fabric Connect technology has the
technology and allows us to extend
for game-changing innovation to
added advantage of separating and
network virtualization directly into the
networking. We have packaged and
segmenting traffic to unique service
conventional Wiring Closet, deployed
tightly integrated the latest
constructs. This delivers ‘stealth
on existing, non-Fabric products, and
technology advances with proven
networking’ solutions that help with
fully automate the provisioning of
capabilities to deliver a compelling
compliance for business processes
devices to the appropriate virtual
new offering, one that businesses
such as those that require special
network. This is particularly relevant
may not necessarily have envisioned
handling for credit card payments
for the mass of unattended network
until Avaya demonstrated the vision
(PCI) or the protection of heath data
end-points that are permeating
and leadership necessary to pioneer
(HIPAA).
businesses, such as IP Phones,
change.
Wireless Access Points, and IP
Network segmentation means that
each service is uniquely encapsulated
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Cameras.
VSP 8284XSQ
The VSP 8284XSQ is the first model in
the VSP 8000 Series range of CFF
Ethernet Switch products. With it,
businesses can easily transition their
network from the inefficiencies of
legacy technologies, migrating to a
genuine next-generation solution that
dramatically reduces the operational
burden and helps businesses realize
revolutionary benefits in service agility.
Every IT department is seeking
solutions that enable them to spend
less of their time maintaining basic
operations. Research indicates that
80-85% of IT effort is currently focused
on satisfying the day-to-day
operational burden1. The VSP 8284XSQ
is just such a solution to that timeconsuming activity. The platform can
deploy and operationalize quickly,
minimize ongoing operational burden,
and enable real-time, in-service change
and maintenance. The VSP 8284XSQ
enables businesses to put their finite IT
resources to work on important valueadding projects. Additional benefits
include lifetime warranty, reduced
maintenance costs, and all-inclusive
software licensing combine to deliver a
package with a dramatically enhanced
total cost of ownership.
Leveraging both next-generation
hardware and software technology
delivers a solution that is ready to
support both today’s requirements and
tomorrow’s emerging needs. The VSP
8284XSQ also provides business with a
future-ready solution that is based on
the Industry’s most software-definable
network virtualization technology.
Product Overview
The Avaya Virtual Services Platform
8284XSQ Ethernet Switch provides a
total of 84 fixed ports, configured as
80 ports of 10 Gigabit Ethernet with
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SFP+ sockets, and 4 ports of 40
Gigabit Ethernet with QSFP+ sockets.
The innovative design leverages the
most advanced chipset from the
Industry’s leading supplier, featuring
VSP 8284XSQ 84-port Switch
2.56Tbps of switching and 1,428Mpps
of frame forwarding performance. The
selected chipset is designed to deliver
Terabit-scale, wire-speed capabilities,
Front
with a fully integrated 10/40/100
Gigabit ASIC architecture that
facilitates multiple design
opportunities. Latency has been
Rear
optimized, with a 40% advance over
current best examples. Five-fold
efficiency gains, relative to existing
static designs, are delivered by
intelligent buffer technology that selftunes thresholds to improve burst
absorption. A flexible, Unified
Forwarding Table allows for future
in-field optimization, with up to four
mission profiles supported. This chipset
has the ability to also be developed to
provide embedded support for a range
of advanced technologies such as DCB,
SPB, VXLAN, PIM, FCoE, and NAT/PAT.
Benefits
VSP 8284XSQ Features &
Capabilities:
•Non-blocking, wire-speed
switching architecture
•Integrated design that is
optimized for low latency
•Flexible L2/L3 table entry
architecture delivers MAC, ARP,
and IP Routing scalability
•Feature-rich support for
Standards-based VLAN, MLT,
STP, and SPB technologies
complementary to, existing products
•IPv4 & IPv6 Routing includes
support for Static, RIP, OSPF,
eBGP, ECMP, VRRP, PIM-SM,
and VRF
and technologies from the Avaya
•IPv6-optimized Hardware
The VSP 8284XSQ delivers significant
flexibility, and is compatible with, and
Networking portfolio. A new product,
introducing the Compact Form-Factor
concept, the VSP 8284XSQ, provides
the very high-capacity, highperformance connectivity solution for
mid-sized Campus networks.
Avaya technologies
supported:
•Switch Cluster
-Triangle & Square configurations
enhances a network’s resiliency
-L2 SMLT & L3 RSMLT functionality
posture. In addition to the various HA
-Virtual IST
Building genuine high-availability
factors offered by premium Chassisbased products, Switch Cluster
•Fabric Connect
technology delivers physical
-L2 VSNs
independence; isolated control planes
-L3 VSNs
(delivering process separation,
isolation, and protection), and allows
-Inter-VSN Routing
-IP Shortcut Routing
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for in-service software upgrades. The
•IPv4 & IPv6 Routing includes
VSP 8284XSQ brings the advantages
support for Static, RIP, OSPF, eBGP,
of deploying Switch Cluster
ECMP, VRRP, PIM-SM, and VRF
technology to mid-sized businesses.
The VSP 8284XSQ also natively
•IPv6-optimized Hardware
•Avaya Switch Cluster technology
Software Licensing
•Base Software License, included
with hardware purchase, enables
most features with the exception of
those specifically noted an enabled
by the Premier Software License.
supports the Avaya Fabric Connect
supports Triangle & Square
network virtualization technology.
configurations, with both Layer 2
Some of the key advantages that
Split Multi-Link (SMLT) and Layer 3
optional accessory, enables the
Fabric Connect delivers include:
Routed Split Multi-Link Trunking
following features: Layer 3 Virtual
(RSMLT) functionality, and Virtual
Service Networks and - where local
IST
regulations permit - MACsec.
•Making the need to configure
network-wide VLANs obsolete
•Replacing multiple sequential legacy
protocols with this one single unified
technology
•Removing the risk of network loops
•Delivering the Edge-only
provisioning model which seamlessly
integrates with orchestration and
automation
•Avaya Fabric Connect technology
supports L2 Virtual Service
Networks (VSNs), Layer 3 Virtual
Service Networks, Inter-VSN
Routing, and IP Shortcut Routing
High Availability Power & Cooling
•Up to 2 field-replaceable, hot-
For further information about the
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architecture
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•Integrated design that is optimized
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Additional Information
Supplies
Features & Capabilities
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•4 field-replaceable Fan Trays
•Feature-rich support for Standardsbased VLAN, Multi-Link Trunking,
Spanning Tree Protocol, and
Shortest Path Bridging technologies
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swappable internal AC Power
•Fully optimizing all links and all
devices, enabling businesses to get
the most out of infrastructure
investments
•Flexible table architecture delivers
MAC, ARP, and IP Routing scalability
•Premier Software License, an
shipment of replacement hardware
•90-Day Advanced Technical
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Networking portfolio,
www.avaya.com/networking.
VSP 8000 Series Standards Compliance
The VSP Operating System Software (VOSS) 4.1 release for the VSP 8000 Series delivers compliance with the
following IEEE and IETF Standards:
IEEE
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802.1D MAC Bridges (a.k.a. Spanning
Tree Protocol)
802.1p Traffic Class Expediting and Dynamic Multicast Filtering (a.k.a. Priority)
802.1w RSTP
802.1Q VLAN
802.1s MSTP
802.1v VLAN Classification by Protocol
and Port
802.1ag Connectivity Fault Management
802.1aq SPB MAC-in-MAC
802.1Qbp Equal-Cost Multi-Path SPB
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802.1X Port-Based Network Access Control (a.k.a. EAP)
802.1AX Link Aggregation (f.k.a. 802.3ad)
802.3 CSMA/CD Ethernet (ISO/IEC 8802-3)
802.3i 10BASE-T 10Mbit/s over Twisted Pair
802.3u 100BASE-TX Fast Ethernet 100Mbit/s with Auto-Negotiation
802.3x Full Duplex and Flow Control
802.3z 1000BASE-X Gigabit Ethernet
over Fiber
802.3ab 1000BASE-T Gigabit Ethernet
over Twisted Pair
• 802.3z Gigabit Ethernet over Fiber
- 1 Gigabit, implemented as 1000BASE-SX, 1000BASE-LX, 1000BASE-ZX,
1000BASE-CDWM
• 802.3ae 10 Gigabit Ethernet over Fiber
- 10 Gigabit, implemented as 10GBASE-SFP+: 10GBASE-SR, 10GBASE-LR, 10GBASE-ER, 10GBASE-SW, 10GBASE-LW, 10GBASE-EW
• 802.3ba 40 /100 Gigabit Ethernet over Copper and Fiber
- 40 Gigabit, implemented as 40BASE-
QSFP+: 40GBASE-SR4, 40GBASE-LR4
IEFT
Generic
• 768 UDP
• 791 IP
• 792 ICMP
• 793 TCP
• 826 ARP
• 854 Telnet
• 894 Transmission of IP Datagrams over Ethernet Networks
• 896 Congestion control in IP/TCP internetworks
• 903 Reverse ARP
• 950 Internet Standard Sub-Netting Procedure
(DHCP Relay Agent only)
• 1027 Using ARP to implement transparent subnet gateways
• 1058 RIPv1
• 1112 Host Extensions for IP Multicasting
• 1256 ICMP Router Discovery
• 1305 NTPv3
• 1340 Assigned Numbers
• 1519 CIDR
• 1587 OSPF NSSA Option
• 1591 DNS Client
• 1723 RIPv2 Carrying Additional Information
• 1745 BGP-4/IDRP for IP - OSPF Interaction
• 1771 BGP-4
• 1772 Application of BGP in the Internet
• 1812 Router Requirements
• 1981 Path MTU Discovery for IPv6
• 1997 BGP Communities Attribute
• 1998 Application of BGP Community Attribute in Multi-Home Routing
• 2131 DHCP
• 2236 IGMPv2 Snooping
• 2270 Using a Dedicated AS for Sites Homed
to a Single Provider
• 2328 OSPFv2
• 2362 PIM-SM
• 2385 Protection of BGP Sessions via TCP MD5 Signature Option
• 2439 BGP Route Flap Damping
• 2453 RIPv2
• 2460 IPv6 Specification
• 2464 Transmission of IPv6 Packets over Ethernet
• 2710 MLD for IPv6
• 2740 OSPF for IPv6
• 2918 Route Refresh for BGP-4
• 2992 ECMP
• 3046 DHCP Relay Agent Information
Option 82
• 3376 IGMPv3
• 3315 DHCP for IPv6
• 3513 IPv6 Addressing Architecture
• 3569 Overview of SSM
• 3587 IPv6 Global Unicast Address Format
• 3768 VRRP
• 3810 MLDv2 for IPv6
• 4213 Basic Transition Mechanisms for IPv6 Hosts and Routers
• 4861 ND for IPv6
• 4862 IPv6 Stateless Address Auto-
Configuration
• 4893 BGP Support for 4-Octet AS Number Space
• 6329 IS-IS Extensions supporting SPB
• 2597 Assured Forwarding PHB Group
• 2598 Expedited Forwarding PHB
IETF QoS RFCs
• 2474 DS Field in IPv4/IPv6 Headers
• 2475 Architecture for Differentiated Service
IETF O&M RFCs
• 783 TFTP Client
• 906 Bootstrap Loading using TFTP
• 951 BOOTP
• 959 FTP
• 1155 Structure and identification of management information for TCP/IP-based internets
• 1157 SNMP
• 1215 Convention for defining traps for use with the SNMP
• 1258 BSD Rlogin
• 1305 NTP; Client (Unicast mode only)
• 1350 TFTPv2
• 1866 HTMLv2
• 1907 SNMPv2
• 2068 HTTP
• 2138 RADIUS
• 2139 RADIUS Accounting
• 2428 FTP Extensions for IPv6 and NAT
• 2463 ICMP for IPv6
• 2541 SSH Protocol Architecture
• 2571 Architecture for Describing SNMP Management Frameworks
• 2572 Message Processing and Dispatching for SNMP
• 2573 SNMP Applications
• 2574 User-based Security Model (USM) for SNMPv3
• 2575 View-based Access Control Model (VACM) for the SNMP
• 2576 Coexistence between v1, v2, & v3 of the Internet standard Network Management Framework
• 2616 HTTP 1.1
• 2874 DNS Extensions for IPv6
• 3162 RADIUS and IPv6
• 3411 Architecture for SNMP
• 3826 AES Cipher Algorithm in SNMP User-
based Security Model
• 4250 SSH Protocol Assigned Numbers
• 4251 SSH Protocol Architecture
• 4252 SSH Authentication Protocol
• 4253 SSH Transport Layer Protocol
• 4254 SSH Connection Protocol
• 4255 DNS to Securely Publish SSH Key Fingerprints
• 4256 Generic Message Exchange Authentication for SSH
• 4443 ICMPv6 for IPv6
IETF MIB RFCs
• 1156 MIB for network management of TCP/IP
• 1212 Concise MIB definitions
• 1213 TCP/IP MIB
• 1213 MIB II
• 1354 IP Forwarding Table MIB
• 1389 RIPv2 MIB Extension
• 1398 Ethernet MIB
• 1442 Structure of Management Information for SNMPv2
• 1450 SNMPv2
• 1493 Definitions of Managed Object for Bridges
• 1573 Interface MIB
• 1643 Definition of Managed Objects for Ethernet Interface Types
• 1650 Definitions of Managed Objects for the Ethernet-like Interface Types using SMIv2
• 1850 OSPF MIB
• 1907 SNMPv2 MIB
• 2021 RMON MIB using SMIv2
• 2096 IP Forwarding Table MIB
• 2233 Group Interfaces MIB for SMIv2
• 2452 IPv6 MIB for TCP
• 2454 IPv6 MIB for UDP
• 2466 IPv6 MIB for ICMPv6 Group
• 2578 SMIv2
• 2674 Bridges with Traffic MIB
• 2787 Definitions of Managed Objects for VRRP
• 2819 Remote Network Monitoring MIB
• 2851 Textual Conventions for Internet Network Addresses
• 2863 Interface Group MIB
• 2925 Remote Ping, TraceRoute & Lookup Operations MIB
• 2932 IPv4 Multicast Routing MIB
• 2933 IGMP MIB
• 2934 PIM MIB for IPv4
• 3411 Describing SNMP Management Frameworks
• 3412 SNMP Message Processing and Dispatching
• 3413 SNMP Applications
• 3414 SNMPv3 USM
• 3416 SNMPv2
• 4022 TCP
• 4113 UDP MIB
• 4133 Entity MIBv3
• 4273 Managed Objects for BGP-4
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