OmniSwitch by xiaohuicaicai

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									OmniSwitch

  The only switch with
  integral:
         LAN switching
         ATM switching
         WAN switching
         layer three
          switching
         full media
          support
         policy-based
          management


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OmniSwitch: complete hardware integration
                                                                        T1 / E1
                                                                        T3 / E3
          Cell Switching    Cell Switching
             Module            Module                                   ATM25
                                                                    OC-3c / STM-1
                                                                    OC-12c / STM-4
                                                                   Circuit Emulation

                                         13.2Gbps Cell Matrix



         Frame Switching   Frame Switching                              HRE Routing
                                                   OC-12 SAR
             Module            Module                                     VLANs
                                                     LEC(s)
 10M Ethernet                                                              Security
                                                   Frame/Cell
 100M Ethernet                                  Switching Module      Mgmt. Processor
  Token Ring
     FDDI
     CDDI                     960Mbps Frame Bus
  Frame Relay
     ISDN                     120Mbps Mgmt. Bus


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Unparalleled connectivity options
   10BaseT        10BaseFL (SM)
              10BaseFL (MM)      100BaseTX
   10Base2     10Base5 100BaseFX (MM)
100BaseFX (SM)
                  Gigabit Ethernet (copper)
Gigabit Ethernet (SM) Token ring (fiber)
 Gigabit Ethernet (MM)      Token ring (STP)
    Token ring (UTP) ISDN PRI / BRI
PPP (FT1 / FE1) Frame Relay (FT1 / T1 / E1)
       T1 / E1 AAL-1 Circuit Emulation
    FDDI (SM)     CDDI FDDI (MM)
  ATM T1 / E1 (UNI / NNI) ATM 25.6 (UNI)
             ATM T3 / E3 (UNI / NNI)
    ATM OC-3c / STM-1 (SM, UNI / NNI)
  ATM OC-3c / STM-1 (UTP, UNI / NNI)
                                               Switches that route from any port to any other.
     ATM OC-3c / STM-1 (MM, UNI / NNI)
   ATM OC-12 / STM-4 (MM, UNI / NNI)
    ATM OC-12 / STM-4 (SM, UNI / NNI)                                                        4
Any-to-any switching




                                                                                                           Gigabit Ethernet

                                                                                                                              100M Ethernet

                                                                                                                                              10M Ethernet
                                                                  Frame Relay
                                           34/45M ATM




                                                                                FDDI / CDDI

                                                                                              Token Ring
                     622M ATM

                                155M ATM



                                                        25M ATM
     10M Ethernet

   100M Ethernet

  Gigabit Ethernet

      Token Ring

      FDDI / CDDI

     Frame Relay
                                                                          No matter what your network
         25M ATM
                                                                      looks like or how your network
      34/45M ATM
                                                                      evolves…
        155M ATM
                                                               …you should have a switch that can do
        622M ATM
                                                              it all.
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Unparalleled port densities

  Frame switching                  Cell switching
         up to 256 10BaseT             ATM with support for
          ports                          ATM25 all the way to
         up to 48 10Base2,              OC-12/STM-4
          10Base5, or 64                up to 64 OC-3/STM-1
          10BaseFL ports                 ports (multimode and
         up to 96 Fast Ethernet         single mode)
          100BaseTX ports               up to 16 OC-12/STM-4
         up to 64 Fast Ethernet         ports (multimode and
          100BaseFX ports                single mode)
         up to 16 FDDI or 64
          CDDI ports               WAN switching
         up to 128 token ring            frame relay
          lobe and device ports           ISDN
                                          ATM

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Failure-resistant architecture

  OmniSwitch features
         redundant
          Management
          Processor Modules
         hot-swap for all
          modules and power
          supplies
         completely passive
          backplanes
         fully distributed
          switching architecture
         dual load-sharing,
          redundant power
          supplies
         -48 DC power supply

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Multi-layer switching: HRE

   High speed routing
    (225,000pps)
   All forwarding of IP and
    IPX packets in ASICs
   Reduces latency
   Standard routing
    protocols
         RIP
         RIP II         Management
                          Processor
                           module
         OSPF              (MPM)
         IP Multicast                HRE
         DVMRP
         BootP Relay
         DHCP Relay
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OmniSwitch with X-Cell

  X-Cell’s ATM capabilities
       CBR-PRS, CBR, VBR-rt, VBR-         explicate rate processing for
        nrt, ABR, UBR                       ABR traffic
       UNI 3.0, UNI 3.1, and UNI 4.0      point-to-point and point-to-
                                            multi-point
       PNNI 1.0
                                           rerouting due to link failure
       LANE 1.0, LANE v2.0
                                            for PVCs
        (Ethernet, token ring)
                                           policy-based path selection
       NHRP and MPOA
                                           path selection based CLR,
       IISP-compliant for
                                            CDV or maxCTD
        interoperability with other
        ATM switch vendors                 ability to set a user priority
                                            level for a connection
       SVCC, SVPC, PVCC, PVPC
                                           load balancing between
       Partial Packet Discard, Early
                                            parallel links, between
        Packet Discard, & Random
                                            adjacent switches, and
        Early Detect
                                            balancing calls to a
       dual generic cell rate              destination on a network-wide
        algorithms (dual leaky              basis
        buckets)
                                           VP tunneling
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OmniSwitch QoS

  Flexible policies…                   …to address the critical
                                       issues

  QoS based on:                        Requirements:
         layer 2:                            guaranteed bandwidth
              MAC, VLAN, .1Q, .1p,
               multicast group                fair and dynamic
                                               bandwidth allocation
         layers 3 and 4:
                                              prioritized queuing
              IP / IPX destination,
               RSVP, source /                 special multicast
               destination IP port             handling
                                              integrated LDAP client
                                              authorization
                                              frame-to-cell mapping
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Complete, standards-based internetworking

     Fast Ethernet                                                       MPOA
      Backbone                                                      LE-Services

                                                                    OmniMSS
                             802.1q

                                                   ELAN

                                                 SVC/PVC
                    OmniSwitch
                                                 SVC/PVC
                                      802.1q
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                                       LEC                  ATM Network
                                      NHRP
                                      1483
                                      1490

                                                   DLCI
              Hardware Routing
                  Engine
                                               Legacy WAN

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Enterprise-wide application platform

      Fast Ethernet
                                    Automatic, secure, mobile
       Backbone                     client attachment
                              MRP

                                          Intranet

                                           Video
                     OmniSwitch
                                          Finance
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                                                     ATM Network




                                           Sales
               Hardware Routing
                   Engine
                                       Legacy WAN

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And a whole lot more…
  10BaseT                      IP routing                  Support for HP OpenView        Frame relay (T1/E1)
  10BaseFL (SM)                RIP                         Support for SunNet             ISDN BRI
  10BaseFL (MM)                RIP II                      Manager                        ISDN PRI
  10Base2                      OSPF                        Support for IBM NetView        T1/E1 AAL-1 circuit
  10Base5                      BGP 4                       Support for Spectrum           emulation
  100BaseTx (HDX)              IPX routing                 SNMP                           T3/E3 AAL-1 circuit
  100BaseTx (FDX)                                          Telnet                         emulation
                               Hardware routing
  100BaseFx (SM, FDX)                                      Port mirroring                 DHCP relay
                               IP firewalls
  100BaseFx (MM, FDX)                                      RMON Agent                     BootP relay
  Gigabit Ethernet (copper,    Network Address
                               Translation                 RMON Viewer                    Virtual rings (token ring)
  FDX)
                               Ethernet LANE client        Broadcast throttling           Redundant power
  Gigabit Ethernet (SM, FDX)
                               Token ring LANE client      Optimized per port             Redundant fans
  Gigabit Ethernet (MM, FDX)
  Token ring (UTP)             LANE service                switching                      Redundant MPM
  Token ring (STP)             RFC 1577 (CIP)              ATM UNI 3.0/3.1                Redundant power sources
  Token ring (fiber)           RFC 1483                    PNNI 1.0                       IP fragmentation
  FDDI (SM DAS)                Frame relay Access          IISP                           Spanning Tree
  FDDI (MM DAS)                FRF.9 payload compression   TM 4.0 (with full ABR          Source route bridging
  FDDI (SM SAS)                Hardware compression        support)                       IPX translations
  FDDI (SM DAS)                RFC 1490                    Early Packet Discard (EPD)     Banyan Vines translations
  CDDI (TP-PMD)                Port-based VLANs            Partial Packet Discard (PPD)   802.10 trunking
  ATM T1/E1 (UNI / NNI)        MAC address-based VLANs     Random Early Detect (RED)      802.1q trunking
  ATM T3/E3 (UNI / NNI)                                    Soft PVCs                      Translational bridging
                               Protocol-based VLANs
  ATM 25.6 (UNI)                                           Crankback                      IBM Spanning Tree
                               Network layer address-
  ATM OC-3c/STM-1 (SM, UNI /   based VLANs                 PVC tunneling                  ATM OC-12/STM-4 (SM, UNI1
  NNI)                                                     1:1 line protection            / NNI)
  ATM OC-3c/STM-1 (MM, UNI /   Custom defined VLANs
  NNI)                         Multicast VLANs             Dual GCRAs per VC              ATM OC-12/STM-4 (MM, UNI1
                               Authenticated user VLANs    Policy-based VLANs             / NNI)


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Technology leadership

   Single, uniform hw / sw       Uniform, policy-based
    architecture across all        network management
    products                       across all platforms
   Patent-pending integral       Only any-to-any media
    ATM switching fabric           switching available in
                                   the industry
   Very large-scale silicon            support for all LAN,
    design capability                    WAN and ATM media
       highest density ASICs
        in the industry           Industry-leading Virtual
       best price,                LAN implementation
        performance, density
        for carrier deployment    Integrated standards-
                                   based security

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