Brocade ICX 7750-48C
48 1/10 GbE RJ-45 10GBASE-T ports, 6 40 GbE QSFP ports and modular interface slot
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Today’s campus network core and aggregation layers are quickly moving to 10 and 40 Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) switching as enterprises rapidly adopt applications such as High-Definition (HD) video and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) initiatives, which drive the need for resilient, high-bandwidth access networks. To meet these challenges, campus network solutions must provide better performance, port density, reliability, security, Quality of Service (QoS), and Total Cost of Ownership (TCO).
The Brocade ICX 7750 Switch delivers industry-leading 10/40 GbE port density, advanced high-availability capabilities, and flexible stacking architecture, making it the most robust Brocade aggregation and core distributed chassis switch offering for enterprise LANs. In addition to rich Layer 3 features, the Brocade ICX 7750 scales to 12-unit distributed-chassis stacking or Multi-Chassis Trunking (MCT) and is an integral part of Brocade Campus Fabric technology.
Today’s data centers are also expanding as the demand for data and storage continues to grow exponentially. Moreover, requirements such as application convergence, non-stop operation, scalability, high availability, and power efficiency are placing even greater demands on the network infrastructure.
Part of the Brocade ICX family of Ethernet switches for campus LAN and classic Ethernet data center environments, the Brocade ICX 7750 Switch is a 1U high-performance, high-availability, and market-leading-density 10/40 GbE solution that meets the needs of business-sensitive campus deployments and High-Performance Computing (HPC) environments. With industry-leading price/performance and a low-latency, cut-through, non-blocking architecture, the Brocade ICX 7750 provides a cost-effective, robust solution for the most demanding deployments.
- Provides unprecedented stacking density and performance with up to 12 switches per stack and up to 5.76 Tbps of aggregated stacking bandwidth, limiting inter-switch bottlenecks and supporting large-scale distributed chassis deployments
- Enables single point of management across the campus through a distributed chassis architecture supporting longdistance stacking and new Brocade Campus Fabric technology
- Offers industry-leading 10/40 GbE port density and flexibility in a 1U form factor with up to 32×40 GbE or 96×10 GbE ports per unit, saving valuable rack space and power in wiring closets
- Provides chassis-class high availability with up to 12 full-duplex 40 Gbps stacking ports per switch, hitless stacking failover, and hot-swappable power supplies and fan assemblies
- Delivers superior value by incorporating enterprise-grade advanced features such as BGP, Multi-Chassis Trunking (MCT), and Virtual Routing and Forwarding (VRF)
- Provides OpenFlow support in true hybrid port mode, enabling SoftwareDefined Networking (SDN) for programmatic control of network data flows
- Industry-leading 10/40 Gbps Ethernet port density and flexibility in a 1U form factor
- Up to 32×40 GbE or 96×10 GbE ports per unit
- Up to 480 Gbps of backplane stacking bandwidth with full redundancy/span>
- Up to 12 switches per stack and up to 10km between stacked switches
Get Chassis-Like Performance in a Flexible Scale-Out Design
Get chassis performance in your campus network's aggregation and core switching operations. The Brocade ICX 7750 offers premier speed and reliability in a flexible scale-out design. It lets you start small and add capacity as you need it … so you can deliver any mission critical application with complete confidence.
Extraordinary Scale-Out Economics
Buy only the capacity you need today, with the confidence that there's an easy and cost-effective path for evolving your network. You can add switches to increase capacity or boost network speed with click of a mouse.
Faster Network Response, More Profitable Operations
The Brocade ICX 7750 Switch overcomes the performance limitations of other stackable switches with a high-speed backplane that eliminates inter-switch bottlenecks. Such capabilities mean fluidly streaming videos, seamless online collaboration, and business applications delivered with dependable quality.
Count on continuous business operations with a switch that outsmarts failures and keeps information flowing. You can even swap out power supplies and fans while users work, so a single component failure won't derail productivity.
High-speed, campus-wide switching? Yes. Complicated management? No. The Brocade ICX 7750 distributed chassis stacking technology lets you group switches throughout your campus into a single, logical device for simplified and automated management. Even when the switches are located in different buildings.
Scale Ports Without Adding Complexity
Brocade Campus Fabric Technology lets you integrate high-performance, fixed form-factor switches into a single, distributed, logical switch that is independent of physical location. Then add ports whenever and wherever you need them campus-wide, without adding complexity.
Brocade Campus Fabric Technology: Extending Options and Scalability
Brocade Campus Fabric technology, offered for Brocade ICX 7250*, 7450, and 7750 Switches, extends network options and scalability. It integrates premium Brocade ICX 7750, midrange Brocade ICX 7450, and entry-level Brocade ICX 7250 Switches, collapsing network access, aggregation, and core layers into a single logical switch. This logical device shares network services while reducing management touch points and network hops through a singlelayer design spanning the entire campus network. These powerful deployments deliver equivalent or better functionality than large, rigid modular chassis systems, but with significantly lower costs and smaller carbon footprints.
Brocade ICX switches support a Distributed Chassis deployment model that uses standards-based optics and cabling interface connections to help ensure maximum distance between campus switches—up to 80 km—and minimum cabling costs—up to 50 percent less than incumbent solutions. This gives organizations the flexibility to deliver ports wherever they are needed on campus at a fraction of the cost. The Distributed Chassis design future-proofs campus networks by allowing networks to easily and cost-effectively expand in scale and capabilities.
Leading-Edge Flexibility and Reliability
The Brocade ICX 7750 provides a highly flexible 10/40 GbE aggregation solution that offers the highest levels of reliability and port density available in a 1U form factor. The Brocade ICX 7750 is available in three models: the Brocade ICX 7750-48F, 7750-48C, and 7750-26Q. The Brocade ICX 7750-48F and 7750-48C both offer 48 10 GbE ports (SFP+ and 10GBASE-T, respectively) and up to 12 40 GbE ports (six optional). The Brocade ICX 7750-26Q offers up to 32 40 GbE QSFP+ ports (six optional).
All models support stacking, which allows organizations to buy only the ports they need now and expand later by adding switches to the stack where and when they are needed. This eliminates the need for a forklift upgrade and helps avoid provisioning an underutilized, centralized chassis. In addition, the Brocade ICX 7750 supports redundant, hot-swappable AC or DC power supplies and fans, reversible airflow, and advanced software.
Distributed Chassis Architecture for Ultimate Flexibility
The Brocade ICX 7750 Switch redefines the economics of enterprise networking by delivering a unique 10/40 GbE campus aggregation solution in a fixed form factor and new levels of performance, availability, and flexibility. It provides the capabilities of a chassis with the flexibility and costeffectiveness of a stackable switch.
The Brocade ICX 7750 delivers wirespeed, non-blocking performance across all ports to support latency-sensitive applications such as real-time voice/ video streaming and Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI). Up to 12 Brocade ICX 7750 Switches can be stacked together using up to 12 full-duplex 40 Gbps standard QSFP+ stacking ports that provide an unprecedented maximum of 5.76 Tbps of aggregated stacking bandwidth with full redundancy, eliminating inter-switch bottlenecks (see Figure 4).
Figure 4. Up to 12 Brocade ICX 7750 Switches can be stacked using up to 12 standard full-duplex 40 Gbps QSFP+ ports per switch, providing up to 5.76 Tbps of aggregated stacking bandwidth.
High Availability with Hitless Failover
Organizations can count on Brocade ICX 7750 Switches to deliver continuous availability for an optimized user experience. Brocade stacking technology helps provide high availability, performing real-time state synchronization across the stack and enabling instantaneous hitless failover to a standby controller in the unlikely event of a failure of the master stack controller. Organizations also can use hot-insertion/removal of stack members to avoid interrupting service when adding a switch to increase the capacity of a stack or replacing a switch that needs servicing. These features provide another level of availability for the campus wiring closet in a compact form factor. Additional design features include intake and exhaust temperature sensors and fan spin detection to quickly identify abnormal or failed operating conditions— helping to minimize mean time to repair.
Increased Reliability through Redundancy and Intelligence
The Brocade ICX 7750 includes dualinternal redundant power supplies. These power supplies are hot-swappable and load-sharing with auto-sensing and autoswitching capabilities, which are critical for power redundancy and deployment flexibility (see Figure 5).
Figure 5. The Brocade ICX 7750 features hot-swappable redundant power supplies (1+1) and fans (3+1), and a hot-swappable 6×40 GbE ports module that can be used for stacking or as additional 40 GbE data ports.
The hot-swappable power supplies (1+1) and fan assembly (3+1) allow organizations to replace components without service disruption. In addition, several highavailability and fault-detection features help in failover of critical data flows, enhancing overall system availability and reliability. Organizations can use Brocade Network Advisor and sFlow-based network monitoring and trending to proactively monitor risk areas and optimize network resources.
The Brocade ICX 7750 supports In-Service Software Upgrade (ISSU), a capability typically available only on high-end chassis with multiple management modules. The multicore CPU of the Brocade ICX 7750 can run multiple virtual control/management planes, enabling one management plane to be upgraded while another keeps the switch in service.
Brocade Multi-Chassis Trunking (MCT) supports dual homing of wiring closet access switches, or servers in a rack, to two Brocade ICX 7750 stacks in an MCT peer group, eliminating the risk of a single point of failure. In conjunction with MCT, VRRP-E (the Brocade extension to VRRP for MCT) provides redundancy and sub-second failover for both Layer 2 and Layer 3 . For metro or campus deployments in a ring topology, the Brocade Metro Ring Protocol (MRP-I and MRP-II) prevents Layer 2 loops and enables faster re-convergence than Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) with sub-second failover.
SDN-enabled Programmatic Control Of The Network
Software-Defined Networking (SDN) is a powerful new network paradigm designed for the world's most demanding networking environments and promises breakthrough levels of customization, scale, and efficiency. The Brocade ICX 7750 enables SDN by supporting the OpenFlow 1.0 and 1.3 protocols, which allow communication between an OpenFlow controller and an OpenFlowenabled switch. Using this approach, organizations can control their networks programmatically, transforming the network into a platform for innovation through new network applications and services. The Brocade ICX 7750 delivers OpenFlow in true hybrid port mode. With Brocade hybrid port mode, organizations can simultaneously deploy traditional Layer 2/3 forwarding with OpenFlow on the same port. This unique capability provides a pragmatic path to SDN by enabling network administrators to progressively integrate OpenFlow into existing networks, giving them the programmatic control offered by SDN for specific flows while the remaining traffic is forwarded as before. Brocade ICX 7750 hardware support for OpenFlow enables organizations to apply these capabilities at line rate in 10 GbE and 40 GbE networks.
Greener Campus And Data Center Networks With Lower TCO
As application data and storage requirements continue to rise exponentially, demand for higher port density and bandwidth grows, along with the number of network devices and power consumption. Organizations seeking to reduce TCO need solutions that can provide higher scalability and density per rack unit, thereby reducing power consumption and heat dissipation.
The Brocade ICX 7750 addresses those needs with a state-of-the-art ASIC, reversible airflow, automatic fan-speed control, and power-efficient optics to ensure the most efficient use of power and cooling. For lowcost, low-latency, and low-energy-consuming cabling within and between the racks, the Brocade ICX 7750 supports SFP+ Direct Attach Copper (Twinax) cables at up to 5 meters. For switch-to-switch connectivity, the Brocade ICX 7750 supports low-power- consuming SFP+ and 40GBASE-SR4 QSFP+ optical transceivers at up to 100 meters. In high-port-density deployments, these features save significant operating costs.
Superior ROI And Investment Protection
The Brocade ICX 7750 combines strategic performance, availability, and scalability advantages with investment protection for existing LAN environments. It utilizes the same Brocade FastIron operating system used by other Brocade Ethernet/ IP products. This helps ensure full forward and backward compatibility among the product family while simplifying software maintenance and field upgrades.
Moreover, the use of the same industrystandard Command Line Interface (CLI) eliminates the need for staff retraining. As a result, the Brocade ICX 7750 enables organizations to better leverage their current training, tools, devices, and processes. Brocade enables organizations to further maximize their investments by not requiring additional licensing fees for advanced Layer 3 features, including IPv6 routing.
Simplified, Standards-based Management
Deploying more switches in a data center infrastructure can increase overall network performance, but it can also prevent organizations from gaining a complete view of network capacity, bandwidth consumption, utilization, and overall health.
To overcome this challenge, the Brocade ICX 7750 utilizes sFlow, a unique solution that helps simplify network management and monitoring. By providing real-time visibility into the network, sFlow helps organizations effectively manage transactions flowing throughout the network. This open standards-based approach integrates with a wide range of management, monitoring, and trending utilities. For example, organizations can use Brocade Network Advisor to manage all Brocade data center Ethernet/ IP switches and routers, including Brocade VDX switches, Brocade ICX switches, Brocade FCX Series switches, Brocade ServerIron ADX Series application delivery switches, and Brocade MLXe core routers.
The Brocade ICX 7750 also supports the IEEE 802.1AB LLDP standard, enabling organizations to build open, converged, and advanced multivendor networks. LLDP greatly simplifies and enhances network management, asset management, and network troubleshooting.
With the resulting insight, organizations can quickly and accurately review overall data center operations, identify hot spots, and quickly diagnose and troubleshoot issues before they develop into widespread problems. The Brocade ICX 7750 also provides accurate SNMP/RMON statistics to Brocade Network Advisor, reducing the administrative burden normally associated with proactive network management, design, and capacity planning.
Purpose-built Feature Set
The Brocade ICX 7750 combines a wide range of unique features to help organizations overcome the most challenging business requirements.
Industry-Leading Advanced Layer 2 and Layer 3 Feature
To provide self-healing topologies in Layer 2 configurations, the Brocade ICX 7750 supports industry-standard Ethernet protocols, including multiple varieties of STP and link aggregation as well as optic-, link-, and switch-level fault detection and correction features. The advanced Layer 2 and Layer 3 feature set is leveraged from Brocade FastIron switches that have been field-proven in enterprise and data center networks for more than a decade. With rich Layer 3 features enabled, organizations can utilize the Brocade ICX 7750 in several environments.
Data Protection through Robust Security
Security is a critical requirement in today's data centers and branch offices, and the Brocade ICX 7750 provides robust security through a wide range of advanced features. Organizations can use both regular and extended Access Control Lists (ACLs) to control access to and through data center networks.
Organizations can use control policies that permit or deny traffic based on a wide variety of identification characteristics—such as source/destination MAC addresses, source/destination IP addresses, TCP/UDP ports/sockets, and well-known port numbers—further protecting and restricting network access. In addition, for maximum security the Brocade ICX 7750 also leverages 802.11x security, MAC authentication, port MAC security, and MAC filter enhancements.
The Brocade ICX 7750 implements hardware-based ACL, so security does not adversely affect switching performance. In addition, the Brocade ICX 7750 provides hardware-based protection against Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks (ICMP flood and TCP SYN) as well as hardware-based private VLAN attacks— with no impact on CPU utilization. Also, BPDU Guard and Root Guard prevent rogue hijacking of the spanning tree root and maintain a contention-free—and loop-free— environment, especially during dynamic network deployments.
Advanced QoS to Improve Data Traffic Integrity
The Brocade ICX 7750 offers superior QoS features designed to ensure high-reliability services throughout the data center. It can identify, mark, classify, reclassify, and manage traffic based on specific criteria. This enables organizations to classify bandwidth-critical application traffic, discriminating among various traffic flows and enforcing bandwidth policies.
After the traffic is classified, organizations have complete control over the method the system uses to service the queues: Weighted Round Robin (WRR), Strict Priority (SP), or a mix of both. For granular control to Brocade I CX 6450 Brocade HyperEge M ixed Stack Brocade I CX 7750 Access MCT regulate bandwidth utilization, the Brocade ICX 7750 can also perform ingress rate limiting and egress rate shaping.
The use of video, financial, and other oneto-many applications requires support for scalable multicast services. The Brocade ICX 7750 supports IGMPv1/2/3, PIMSM/SSM/DM, MSDP, Anycast RP, and PIM Snooping for optimized multicast forwarding. In addition, the Brocade ICX 7750 provides storm-control features to contain and intelligently switch rather than broadcast multicast traffic.
The Brocade ICX 7750 Switch is covered by the Brocade Assurance Limited Lifetime Warranty.
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Key Solution Areas
The Brocade ICX 7750 provides a highperformance, cost-effective solution for many types of campus and data center environments, including 10/40 GbE aggregation of campus access switches, Top-of-Rack (ToR) server connectivity, and HPC environments.
Campus Aggregation for Enterprise Networks
The Brocade ICX 7750 provides the necessary advanced Layer 2 and Layer 3 features, high 10/40 GbE port density, and high-availability capabilities to be deployed as a campus aggregation solution. A stack of Brocade ICX 7750 Switches interconnected with 40 GbE links makes a cost-effective, highly available campus aggregation solution.
Collapsed Campus Aggregation/ Core
Traditional three-tier network design, with “big-box” chassis at the aggregation and core layers, requires a significant up-front investment and offers limited deployment flexibility and future-proofing. In contrast, a distributed “multi-box” architecture at the aggregation and core layers can deliver much greater scalability and future-proofing with an easier “upgrade as you go” model. This type of architecture enables network architects to add capacity exactly where it is needed in the network, unlike a big-box chassis approach, with all ports located in the same closet.
Thanks to rapid technology evolution and innovative thinking, Brocade is able to offer the first stackable solution for campus aggregation and small core that delivers higher performance and port density than a traditional midsize chassis, while offering the same level of reliability and availability. Brocade longdistance stacking technology enables a ring of Brocade ICX 7750 Switches interconnected with 40 GbE stacking links and separated by up to 10 km each to be used as a combined aggregation and core layer for a midsize campus (see Figure 6).
Figure 6. The stackable Brocade ICX 7750 is ideal for deployment as a cost-effective, high-performance solution, forming a single campus-wide ring and combining the aggregation and core layers in a single logical device.
Data Center ToR Server Connectivity
The Brocade ICX 7750 is designed to fit in server racks, and it consumes only one rack unit. To simplify cabling, the 10 GbE Network Interface Cards (NICs) in the servers connect to the Brocade ICX 7750 10 GbE ports by using fiber and SFP+ optical transceivers, SFP+ Direct Attach Copper cable, or standard copper Ethernet twisted pair cables with 10GBASE-T (see Figure 7).
Figure 7. The Brocade ICX 7750 provides data center aggregation with Brocade ICX 6610 and 6450 Switches providing ToR access.
If any servers in the rack have only 1 GbEcapable NICs, organizations can connect them to the same Brocade ICX 7750 Switch by using a 10 GbE port as a 1 GbE port through an SFP or copper port. The Brocade ICX 7750 ToR switch can connect to the data center middle-of-row/end-of-row aggregation chassis with either 10 GbE or 40 GbE, usually through link aggregation.
The Brocade ICX 7750 provides data center ToR access while Brocade MLXe routers provide an aggregation/core solution.
Cost-Effective 10 GbE Aggregation
In data center environments where most servers are 1 GbE-capable, the Brocade ICX 7750 provides a compact and cost-effective 10 GbE aggregation switch. It connects to the data center core through 10 GbE or 40 GbE ports, and it uses 10 GbE links to connect to Brocade ICX ToR switches at the edge of the network (see Figure 8).
Figure 8. The Brocade ICX 7750 provides data center ToR access while Brocade MLXe routers provide an aggregation/core solution.
|ICX 7750-26Q||ICX 7750-48F||ICX 7750-48C|
|Ports||26 ports 40 GbE QSFP, optional plugin module for additional 6 ports QSFP, up to 32 40 GbE or 104 10 GbE ports total||48 ports 1/10 GbE SFP+, 6 ports 40 GbE QSFP, optional plugin module for additional 6 ports 40 GbE QSFP, up to 96 10 GbE ports total||48 ports 1/10 GbE RJ-45, 6 ports 40 GbE QSFP, optional plugin module for additional 6 ports 40 GbE QSFP, up to 96 10 GbE ports total|
(data rate, full duplex)
|2.56 Tbps||1.92 Tbps||1.92 Tbps|
(data rate, full duplex
|1.90 Bpps||1.44 Bpps||1.44 Bpps|
|Fixed ports: 1/10 GbE SFP/SFP+||48|
|Fixed ports: 1/10GBASE-T RJ45||48|
|Fixed ports: 40 GbE QSFP+||26||6||6|
|Modular ports: 40 GbE QSFP+ (max.)||6||6||6|
|Latency||550 ns||550 ns||40 GbE- 40 GbE: 550 ns
10 GbE -10 GbE: 2.9 µs
|Dynamic packet buffer size||12.2 MB||12.2 MB||12.2 MB|
|Advanced IPv4/v6 Layer 3 routing
(RIP, OSPF, BGP)
|With license||With license||With license|
|Aggregated stacking bandwidth||5.76 Tbps||5.76 Tbps||5.76 Tbps|
(maximum switches in a stack)
|Maximum stacking distance
(distance between stacked switches)
|10 km||10 km||10 km|
|Power inlet (AC)||C14||C14||C14|
|Input voltage / frequency||AC: 100 to 240 VAC @ 50 to 60 Hz DC: 40 to 60 VDC|
|Power supply rated maximum (AC)||2x500 W||2x500 W||2x500 W|
|Power supply rated maximum (DC)||2x500 W||2x500 W||2x500 W|
|Switch power utilization† (25°C)
|Switch heat dissipation† (25°C)
|Weight (with 2 power supplies, 4 fans, optional 6 ports module, no transceivers)||8.83 kg (19.43 lb)||9.08 kg (19.98 lb)||10.17 kg (22.38 lb)|
|Dimensions||440 mm (17.323 in.) W
406.4 mm (16 in.) D
43.6 mm (1.730 in.) H; (1U)
|440 mm (17.323 in.) W
406.4 mm (16 in.) D
43.6 mm (1.730 in.) H; (1U)
|440 mm (17.323 in.) W
431 mm (16.97 in.) D
43.6 mm (1.730 in.) H; (1U)
|Acoustics (25°C, ISO 7779)||62 dBA||62 dBA||62 dBA|
|MTBF (25°C)||364,061 hours||353,967 hours||259,199 hours|
|Maximum MAC addresses||96,000 (switch image), 32,000 (router image)|
|Maximum STP (spanning trees)||254|
|Maximum routes (in hardware)||IPv4 routes: up to 128,000 (shared resource)
IPv6 routes: up to 7,000 (shared resource)
Hosts: up to 32,000 (shared resource)
|Trunking||Maximum ports per trunk: 16
Maximum trunk groups: 256 × 8 or 128 × 16
|Maximum jumbo frame size||9,216 bytes|
|QoS priority queues||8 per port|
|Environment||ICX 7750-26Q||ICX 7750-48F||ICX 7750-48C|
|Operating temperature||−5°C to 45°C, 50°C at sea level (0°F to 113°F, 122°F at sea level)||40°C at sea level (0°F to 96°F, 96°F at sea level)|
|Non-operating temperature||−40ºC to 60ºC (−40ºF to 140ºF)|
|Operating humidity||10% to 90% at 50ºC (122ºF)|
|Non-operating humidity||10% to 90% at 60ºC (140ºF)|
|Operating altitude||10,000 ft. (3,000 m) maximum|
|Non-operating altitude||39,000 ft. (12,000 m) maximum|
|Electromagnetic emissions||FCC Class A (Part 15); EN 55022/CISPR-22 Class A; VCCI Class A; ICES-003 Electromagnetic Emission; AS/NZS 55022; EN 61000-3-2 Power Line Harmonics; EN 61000-3-3 Voltage Fluctuation and Flicker; EN 61000-6-3 Emission Standard (supersedes: EN 50081-1)|
|Safety||CAN/CSA-C22.2 NO. 60950-1-07; UL 60950-1 Second Edition; IEC 60950-1 Second Edition; EN 60950-1:2006 Safety of Information Technology Equipment; EN 60825-1 Safety of Laser Products—Part 1: Equipment Classification, Requirements and User's Guide; EN 60825-2 Safety of Laser Products—Part 2: Safety of Optical Fibre Communication Systems|
|Immunity||EN 61000-6-1 Generic Immunity and Susceptibility (supersedes EN 50082-1); EN 55024 Immunity Characteristics (supersedes EN 61000-4-2 ESD); EN 61000-4-3 Radiated, Radio Frequency, Electromagnetic Field; EN 61000-4-4 Electrical Fast Transient; EN 61000-4-5 Surge; EN 61000-4-6 Conducted Disturbances Induced by Radio-Frequency Fields; EN 61000-4-8 Power Frequency Magnetic Field; EN 61000-4-11 Voltage Dips and Sags|
|Environmental regulatory compliance||RoHS-compliant (6 of 6); WEEE-compliant|
|Vibration||IEC 68-2-36, IEC 68-2-6|
|Shock and drop||IEC 68-2-27, IEC 68-2-32|
Layer 2 switching
- 802.1s Multiple Spanning Tree
- 802.1x Authentication
- Auto MDI/MDIX
- BPDU Guard, Root Guard
- Dual-Mode VLANs
- Dynamic VLAN Assignment
- Dynamic Voice VLAN Assignment
- Fast Port Span
- GARP VLAN Registration Protocol
- IGMP Snooping (v1/v2/v3)
- IGMP Proxy for Static Groups
- IGMP v2/v3 Fast Leave
- IGMP Tracking
- Inter-Packet Gap (IPG) adjustment
- Link Fault Signaling (LFS)
- MAC Address Locking; MAC Port Security
- MAC-Layer Filtering
- MAC Learning Disable
- MLD Snooping (v1/v2)
- Multi-device Authentication
- Per-VLAN Spanning Tree (PVST/PVST+/PVRST)
- Mirroring—Port-based, ACL-based, MAC Filterbased, and VLAN-based
- Port Loop Detection
- Private VLAN
- Remote Fault Notification (RFN)
- Single-instance Spanning Tree
- Single-link LACP
- Trunk Groups
- Uni-Directional Link Detection (UDLD)
- MCT (Brocade Multi-Chassis Trunking)
Base Layer 3 IP routing
- IPv4 and IPv6 static routes
- Port-based Access Control Lists
- L3/L4 ACLs
- Host routes
- Virtual Interfaces
- Routed Interfaces
- Route-only Support
- Routing Between Directly Connected Subnets
Premium Layer 3 IP routing (with software license)
- IPv4 and IPv6 dynamic routes
- RIP v1/v2, RIPng (IPv6)
- OSPF v2, OSPF v3 (IPv6)
- PIM-SM, PIM-SSM, PIM-DM, PIM passive (IPv4/ IPv6 multicast routing functionality)
- Virtual Route Redundancy Protocol (VRRP)
- VRRP-E, VRRP-E (IPv6)
- VRRPv3 (IPv6)
- BGP4, BGP4+ (IPv6)
- IPv6 over IPv4 tunnels
- VRF (IPv4 and IPv6)
- Support for OpenFlow v1.0 and v1.3
- OpenFlow support with true hybrid port mode
- Operates seamlessly under the Brocade SDN Controller
- Metro-Ring Protocol (MRP) (v1, v2)
- Virtual Switch Redundancy Protocol (VSRP)
- VLAN Stacking (Q-in-Q)
- Topology Groups
- Metro-Ring Protocol (MRP) (v1, v2)
- Virtual Switch Redundancy Protocol (VSRP)
- VLAN Stacking (Q-in-Q)
- Topology Groups
Quality of Service (QoS)
- ACL Mapping and Marking of ToS/DSCP
- ACL Mapping and Marking of 802.1p
- ACL Mapping to Priority Queue
- ACL Mapping to ToS/DSCP
- Classifying and Limiting Flows Based on TCP Flags
- DHCP Relay
- DiffServ Support
- Honoring DSCP and 802.1p
- MAC Address Mapping to Priority Queue
- Priority Queue Management using Weighted Round Robin (WRR), Strict Priority (SP), and a combination of WRR and SP
IEEE standards compliance
- 802.1AB LLDP/LLDP-MED
- 802.1D-2004 MAC Bridging
- 802.1p Mapping to Priority Queue
- 802.1s Multiple Spanning Tree
- 802.1w Rapid Spanning Tree (RSTP)
- 802.1x Port-based Network Access Control
- 802.3ab 1000Base-T
- 802.3ad Link Aggregation (Dynamic and Static)
- 802.3ae 10 Gigabit Ethernet
- 802.3u 100Base-TX
- 802.3x Flow Control
- 802.3z 1000Base-SX/LX
- 802.3 MAU MIB (RFC 2239)
- 802.3ba 40 Gbps Ethernet
- 802.3az-2010 EEE
- 802.1Q VLAN Tagging
- ACL-based inbound rate limiting and traffic policies
- Broadcast, multicast, and unknown unicast rate limiting
- Inbound rate limiting per port
- Outbound rate limiting per port and per queue
- Redundant hot-swappable power supplies
- Hot-swappable fan trays
- L3 VRRP protocol redundancy
- Real-time state synchronization across the stack
- Hitless failover from master to standby stack controller
- Hot insertion and removal of stacked units
- Auto Configuration
- Configuration Logging
- Digital Optical Monitoring
- Display Log Messages on Multiple Terminals
- Embedded Web Management
- Embedded DHCP Server
- Industry-standard Command Line Interface (CLI)
- Key-based activation of optional software features
- Integration with HP OpenView for Sun Solaris, HP-UX, IBM AIX, and Windows
- Brocade Network Advisor
- MIB Support for MRP, Port Security, MAC Authentication, and MAC-based VLANs
- Out-of-band Ethernet Management
- ERSPAN support for remote troubleshooting and traffic monitoring
- RFC 783 TFTP
- RFC 854 TELNET Client and Server
- RFC 951 Bootp
- RFC 1157 SNMPv1/v2c
- RFC 1213 MIB-II
- RFC 1493 Bridge MIB
- RFC 1516 Repeater MIB
- RFC 1573 SNMP MIB II
- RFC 1643 Ethernet Interface MIB
- RFC 1724 RIP v1/v2 MIB
- RFC 1757 RMON MIB
- RFC 2068 Embedded HTTP
- RFC 2131 DHCP Server and DHCP Relay
- RFC 2570 SNMPv3 Intro to Framework
- RFC 2571 Architecture for Describing SNMP Framework
- RFC 2572 SNMP Message Processing and Dispatching
- RFC 2573 SNMPv3 Applications
- RFC 2574 SNMPv3 User-based Security Model
- RFC 2575 SNMP View-based Access Control Model SNMP
- RFC 2818 Embedded HTTPS
- RFC 3176 sFlow
- SNTP Simple Network Time Protocol
- Multiple Syslog Servers
- 802.1X Accounting
- MAC Authentication
- DHCP snooping
- Dynamic ARP inspection
- Bi-level Access Mode (Standard and EXEC Level)
- EAP pass-through support
- IEEE 802.1X username export in sFlow
- Protection against Denial of Service (DoS) attacks
- Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting (AAA)
- Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) with SSHv2
- Secure Copy (SCP)
- Secure Shell (SSHv2)
- Web authentication
- Change of Authorization (CoA) RFC 5176
- Flexible authentication
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