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                                                                     Bidders must state here either “Comply” or
                                                                     “Not Comply” against each of the
                                                                     individual     parameters       of        each
                                                                     Specification stating the corresponding
                                                                     performance parameter of the equipment
                                                                     offered. Statements of “Comply” or “Not
                                                                     Comply” must be supported by evidence
         COMPONENTS OF THE PCSO MIS                                  in a Bidders Bid and cross-referenced to
       I.T. NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE –                                 that evidence. Evidence shall be in the
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                                                                     specification and compliance issued by
                                                                     the manufacturer, samples, independent
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                   Network Active Equipment with                     that is not supported by evidence or is

                   bundled training                                  subsequently found to be contradicted by
                                                                     the evidence presented will render the Bid
                   Two (2) In-house Technical Engineers
                                                                     under evaluation liable for rejection. A
                   during Technology Transfer for 6
                                                                     statement either in the Bidders statement
                   months
                                                                     of compliance or the supporting evidence
                                                                     that is found to be false either during Bid
                                                                     evaluation,    post-qualification    or    the
                                                                     execution of the Contract may be
                                                                     regarded as fraudulent and render the
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 1.    NETWORK ACTIVE EQUIPMENT


       Core Switch – 1 unit
            o Supports L2 to L4 switching
            o Supports redundancy
            o Chassis support, minimum of 10 slots
            o Support for at least 32,000 MAC addresses
            o Supports Hardware-based multicast management
            o Supports Hardware-based ACLs
            o Power Supply minimum of 2800Watts
            o Minimum of 10Gig interconnection between the two for
                redundancy for scalability
o   Required technology support for the following features
    among other related specifications:
    Minimum Performance
    • At least 136 Gbps performance rate
    • Layer 2 hardware forwarding at least 102 mpps
    • Layer 2 switch ports and VLAN trunks
    • IEEE 802.1Q VLAN encapsulation
    • Dynamic Trunking Protocol (DTP)
    • VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP) and VTP domains
    • Support for 4096 VLANs per switch
    • Per-VLAN Spanning-Tree Protocol Plus (PVST+)
        and Per-VLAN Rapid Spanning-Tree Protocol
        (PVRST)
    • Spanning-tree PortFast and PortFast guard
    • Spanning-tree UplinkFast and BackboneFast
    • 802.1s
    • 802.1w
    • 802.3ad
    • Spanning-tree root guard
    • IGMP snooping v1, v2, and v3
    • EtherChannel technology, Fast EtherChannel
        technology, and Gigabit EtherChannel technology
        across line cards or equivalent
    • Port Aggregation Protocol (PAgP)
    • Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP)
    • Unidirectional link detection (UDLD) and aggressive
        UDLD
    • 802.1-in-802.1 (QinQ) in hardware
    • Layer 2 protocol tunneling
    • Jumbo Frames (up to 9216 bytes) (or equivalent)
    • Baby Giants (up to 1600 bytes) (or equivalent)
    • Unidirectional Ethernet
    • SSO in subsecond failover time
    • Storm control (formally known as broadcast and
        multicast suppression)
    • Forced 10/100 autonegotiation
    • IP routing protocols: EIGRP (or equivalent hybrid
        routing protocol), OSPF, Routing Information
        Protocol (RIP), and RIP2
    • BGP4 and Multicast Border Gateway Protocol
        (MBGP)
    • NSF awareness
    • Hot Standby Router Protocol (HSRP)
    • Software routing of Internetwork Packet Exchange
        (IPX) and AppleTalk
    • IS-IS routing protocol
    • IGMP v1, v2, and v3
    • IGMP filtering on access and trunk ports
    • IP Multicast routing protocols: PIM, SSM, and
        Distance Vector Multicast Routing Protocol
        (DVMRP)
    • Pragmatic General Multicast (PGM)
    • Full Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP)
        support
            • ICMP Router Discovery Protocol
            • Policy-based routing (PBR)
            • Virtual Route Forwarding lite (VRF-lite)
            • IPv6 (software switched)
            Scalability
               o Switched 10/100 Fast Ethernet (RJ-45) at least
                      380 ports capacity
               o Switched 10/100 Fast Ethernet (RJ-45) with
                      IEEE 802.3af Power over Ethernet (PoE) at least
                      380 ports capacity
               o Switched 10/100 Fast Ethernet (RJ-21) with or
                      without IEEE 802.3af PoE at least 380 ports
                      capacity
               o Switched 100 FX Fast Ethernet (MT-RJ) at least
                      380 ports capacity
               o Switched 100 LX-10 (MT-RJ) or 100 BX-D (LC)
                      Fast Ethernet at least 380 ports capacity
               o Switched 1000 Gigabit Ethernet (fiber) at least
                      380 ports capacity
               o Switched 10/100/1000BASE-T Gigabit Ethernet
                      at least 380 ports capacity
               o Switched 10/100/1000BASE-T Gigabit Ethernet
                      with IEEE 802.3af PoE at least 380 ports
                      capacity
            Security
            • RADIUS, which enable centralized control of the
                 switch and restrict unauthorized users from altering
                 the configuration
            • Standard and extended ACLs on all ports
            • 802.1x user authentication (with VLAN assignment,
                 voice VLAN, port security, and guest VLAN
                 extensions)
            • 802.1x accounting
            • Trusted boundary
            • Router ACLs (RACLs) on all ports (no performance
                 penalty)
            • VLAN ACLs (VACLs)
            • Port ACLs (PACLs)
            • Private VLANs (PVLANs) on access and trunk ports
            • DHCP snooping and Option 82 insertion
            • Port security
            • Sticky port security
            • SSHv1 and SSHv2
            • VLAN Management Policy Server (VMPS) client
            • Unicast MAC filtering
            • Unicast port flood blocking
            • Dynamic Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)
                 inspection
            • IP source guard
            • Community PVLAN
Quality of Service (QoS)
            • Per-port QoS configuration
            • Support for four queues per port
            • Strict priority queuing
•   IP differentiated services code point (DSCP)
•   Classification and marking based on IP type of
    service (ToS) or DSCP
• Classification and marking based on full Layer 3 and
    Layer 4 headers
• Input and output policing based on Layer 3 and
    Layer 4 headers
• Support for 8000 policers on ingress and 8000
    policers on egress configured as aggregate or
    individual
• Shaping and sharing output queue management
• DBL: Congestion-avoidance feature
•    No performance penalty for granular QoS functions
• Auto-QoS command-line interface (CLI) for VoIP
    deployments
Manageability
• Single console port and single IP address to manage
    all system features
• Software configuration management, including local
    and remote storage
• Optional Compact Flash memory card to store
    software images for backup and easy software
    upgrades
• SNMP v1, v2, and v3 instrumentation, delivering
    comprehensive in-band management
• CLI-based management console to provide detailed
    out-of-band management
• Remote Monitoring (RMON) software agent to
    support four RMON groups (history, statistics,
    alarms, and events) for enhanced traffic
• management, monitoring, and analysis
• Support for all nine RMON groups through the use of
    a (Switched Port Analyzer [SPAN]) port, which
    permits traffic monitoring of a single port, a group of
    ports, or the entire switch from a single network
    analyzer or RMON probe
• Analysis support, including ingress port, egress port,
    and VLAN SPAN
• NetFlow statistics
• Layer 2 traceroute
• Remote SPAN (RSPAN)
• SPAN ACL filtering
• Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) client
    autoconfiguration
• Enhanced SNMP MIB support
Standards Compliance
• Ethernet: IEEE 802.3 and 10BASE-T
• Fast Ethernet: IEEE 802.3u, 100BASE-TX, and
    100BASE-FX
• Gigabit Ethernet: IEEE 802.3z and 802.3ab
• IEEE 802.3af Power over Ethernet (PoE)
• IEEE 802.1D Spanning Tree Protocol
• IEEE 802.1w rapid reconfiguration of spanning tree
• IEEE 802.1s multiple VLAN instances of spanning
              tree
         • IEEE 802.3ad LACP
         • IEEE 802.1p class-of-service (CoS) prioritization
         • IEEE 802.1Q VLAN
         • IEEE 802.1x user authentication
         • 1000BASE-X (GBIC)
         • 1000BASE-X (SFP)
         • 1000BASE-SX
         • 1000BASE-LX/LH
         • 1000BASE-ZX
         • RMON I and II standards
Power Requirements
   -    At least 2800 Watts
   -    220-volt AC

Physical Specification
     -    Maximum of 14 Rack Unit
     -    19- and- 23 inch rackmountable
Distribution Switch 1U – 4 units
       o Supports at least 24 UTP (RJ-45) ports running
           10/100/1000BaseT
       o Supports at least four (4) small form-factor pluggable
           (SFP) uplinks using LC connector
       o Must include one (3) sets of stacking cable
       o Supports both L2 and L3 EtherChannel
       o Supports a minimum of 12 EtherChannels groups with per
           stack.
       o Loaded with enhanced multilayer software image for
           advanced hardware-based IP unicast and IP Multicast
           routing as well as policy-based routing (PBR)
       o Required technology support for the following features
           among other related specifications applicable for the
           above Server Switches:
           Minimum Performance
           • 32 Gbps maximum forwarding bandwidth at Layer 2
                and Layer 3 switching fabric
           • 38.7 mpps forwarding rate
           • Configurable up to 12,000 MAC addresses
           • Configurable up to 11,000 unicast routes
           • Configurable up to 1,000 IGMP multicast routes
           • Configurable Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) of
                up to 9,018 Bytes for bridging on Gigabit Ethernet
                ports
           • Configurable Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) of
                up to 1,546 Bytes for bridging and routing on Fast
                Ethernet ports
           Scalability
           • Scalable stacking architecture allowing member
                discovery, member management and configuration
           • Stackable up to a maximum of 9 switches in a stack
                under one logical unit
           • Stacking technology capable to 32Gbps stack
                interconnection
        •    Single IP management for a stack supporting fault
             detection, virtual LAN (VLAN) creation and modification,
             security, and QoS controls.
             Security
        •    Supports comprehensive set of security features for
             connectivity and access control including access control
             lists, authentication, port-level security, and identity-based
             network services with 802.1x and extensions
             Quality of Service
        •    Capable of QoS and performance mechanisms for
             marking, classification, and scheduling of data, voice, and
             video traffic.
             Manageability
             • Multi-level security on management console access
             • Built-in Web-based management software on a per-
                    port and per-switch via standard web browser
             • Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) v1
                    and v2c and Telnet support for in-band
                    management, command-line interface console for
                    out-of-band management
        •    Embedded Remote Monitoring (RMON) supporting four
             RMON groups (History, Statistics, Alarms, and Events)
        •    Visual management system through comprehensive
             multifunction LEDs for port status and other network
             indications
             Standards Compliance
             • IEEE 802.3u 100BaseTx specification
             • IEEE 802.3ab 1000BaseT specification
             • IEEE 802.3z 1000BaseX (1000BaseX (SFP),
                    1000BaseSX, 1000BaseLX/LH, 1000BaseZX)
        •    RMON I and II standards
        •    SNMPv1, SNMPv2c, SNMPv3
             Mean Time Before Failure
    -       221,150 hours
             Power Requirements
    -       100W (maximum)
    -       Autovolt

Access Switch 1U – 20 units
o Layer 2 switch with 24 UTP (RJ-45) ports running
   10/100BaseTx
o Supports two (2) fixed 10/100/1000BaseT uplink ports
o Supports EtherChannel.
o Stackable.
o Loaded with enhanced multilayer software image
o Required technology support for the following features among
   other related specifications:
   Minimum Performance
   • 13.6 Gbps switching fabric
   • 8.8 Gbps maximum forwarding bandwidth based on 64-
        byte packets
   • 6.6 Mpps wire-speed forwarding rate
   • Configurable up to 8,000 MAC addresses
   • Configurable maximum transmission unit (MTU) of up to
     1,530 Bytes
Availability and Bandwidth Optimization
• Support for IEEE 802.1D Fast spanning-tree convergence
     for redundancy and network resiliency
• Support for Spanning-tree Protocol enhancements such as
     UplinkFast, BackboneFast, and PortFast technologies
     assuring fail-over recovery on uplink and backbone ports
• Support for IEEE 802.1w Rapid Spanning-Tree Protocol
     (RSTP)
• Stackable with support for loopback connection for top and
     bottom switches in an independent stack backplane
     cascaded configuration
• Unidirectional link detection (UDLD) for detecting and
     disabling incorrect fiber optic interface wiring, links, or port
     faults.
• Support for redundant power supply
• Per port broadcast, multicast, and unicast control
• Per VLAN Spanning Tree Plus (PVST+) for Layer 2 load
     sharing
• VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP) pruning
• Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP) snooping
• Multicast VLAN registration (MVR)
Security
• Traffic flow filtering based on Layer 2 and Layer 3 Access
     Control Parameters (ACPs) to prevent unauthorized data
     flows
• Authentication of users regardless of LAN port being
     accessed via 802.1x standard
• Support for “secure ports” preventing unauthorized stations
     from accessing the switch through MAC address
     restrictions
• Support for spanning-tree root guard (STRG)
• Support for Spanning-Tree Protocol PortFast/bridge
     protocol data unit (BPDU) guard feature
• Multi-level security on management console access
• Support for TACACS+ (or equivalent) and RADIUS
     authentication
• Support for dynamic VLAN assignment
Quality of Service
• Enable end-to-end QoS feature extending QoS trust
     boundary up to network edge
• Support for aggregate QoS model enabling classification,
     policing/metering, and marking functions on a per port
     basis and queuing/scheduling function
• 802.1p class of service (CoS) and Differentiated Services
     Code Point (DSCP) field classification
• QoS classification and metering/policing of incoming
     packets
• Support for up to 6 policers per Fast Ethernet port and 60
     policers on a Gigabit Ethernet port
• Granularity of traffic flows at 1 Mbps on Fast Ethernet and
     8 Mbps on Gigabit Ethernet ports
• Weighted Round Robin (WRR) scheduling
• Strict priority queuing
         Manageability
    •    Multi-level security on management console access
    •    Built-in Web-based management software on a per-port
         and per-switch via standard web browser
    •    Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) v1 and v2c
         and Telnet support for in-band management, command-
         line interface console for out-of-band management
    •    Embedded Remote Monitoring (RMON) supporting four
         RMON groups (History, Statistics, Alarms, and Events)
    •    Support for all nine RMON groups through the use of a
         Switch Port Analyzer (SPAN) port
    •    Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) downloads from a
         central location for ad ministering software upgrades
    •    Network Timing Protocol (NTP) for consistent network
         timestamp
    •    Visual management system through comprehensive
         multifunction LEDs for port status and other network
         indications
    •    Auto-sensing operation on standard ports for easy
         deployment
    •    Auto-negotiation on all ports for half- or full-duplex
         transmission mode optimizing bandwidth
    •    IEEE 802.3z-compliant 1000BaseSX, 1000BaseLX/LH,
         1000BaseZX, and 1000BaseT physical interface support

         Mean Time Before Failure
    -    574,284 hours

        Power Requirement
   -     30W maximum
   -     Autovolt
DMZ Switch 1U – 2 units
     o Supports at least 24 UTP (RJ-45) ports running
          10/100/1000BaseT
     o Supports at least four (4) small form-factor pluggable
          (SFP) uplinks using LC connector
     o Must include one (1) set of stacking cable (for spare,
          please see additional spare unit).
     o Support both L2 and L3 EtherChannel
     o Support for a maximum of 12 EtherChannels with
          configuration on a stack.
o Loaded with standard multilayer software image for advanced
   QoS, rate limiting, ACLs, and basic static and dynamic routing
   functions
     o Required technology support for the following features
          among other related specifications applicable for the
          above Server Switches:
          Minimum Performance
          • 32 Gbps maximum forwarding bandwidth at Layer 2
               and Layer 3 switching fabric
          • 38.7 mpps forwarding rate
          • Configurable up to 12,000 MAC addresses
          • Configurable up to 11,000 unicast routes
          • Configurable up to 1,000 multicast routes
         •      Configurable Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) of
                up to 9,018 Bytes for bridging on Gigabit Ethernet
                ports
    •   Configurable Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) of up to
        1,546 Bytes for bridging and routing on Fast Ethernet ports
          Scalability
          • Scalable stacking architecture allowing member
                discovery, member management and configuration
          • Stackable up to a maximum of 9 switches in a stack
                under one logical unit
          • Stacking technology capable to 32Gbps stack
                interconnection
    •   Single IP management for a stack supporting fault
        detection, virtual LAN (VLAN) creation and modification,
        security, and QoS controls.
          Security
    •   Supports comprehensive set of security features for
        connectivity and access control including access control
        lists, authentication, port-level security, and identity-based
        network services with 802.1x and extensions
          Quality of Service
    •   Capable of QoS and performance mechanisms for
        marking, classification, and scheduling of data, voice, and
        video traffic.
          Manageability
          • Multi-level security on management console access
          • Built-in Web-based management software on a per-
                port and per-switch via standard web browser
          • Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) v1
                and v2c and Telnet support for in-band
                management, command-line interface console for
                out-of-band management
          • Embedded Remote Monitoring (RMON) supporting
                four RMON groups (History, Statistics, Alarms, and
                Events)
    •   Visual management system through comprehensive
        multifunction LEDs for port status and other network
        indications

         Standards Compliance
         • IEEE 802.3u 100BaseTx specification
         • IEEE 802.3ab 1000BaseT specification
         • IEEE 802.3z 1000BaseX (1000BaseX (SFP),
             1000BaseSX, 1000BaseLX/LH, 1000BaseZX)
         • RMON I and II standards
SNMPv1, SNMPv2c, SNMPv3
         Mean Time Before Failure
   -    221,150 hours
         Power Requirements
   -    100W (maximum)
   -    Autovolt

Warranty for Network Equipment
   The Contractor shall guarantee PCSO that every component
    and parts of the Network Active Equipment to be free of defects
    in material and workmanship for a period of at least one (1) year
    from the date of acceptance provided the products have not
    been abused, improperly maintained and / or defect on the
    product is the result of water damage / flooding, fire,
    earthquake, acts of aggression / war or other similar natural
    phenomenon of which the Contractor has no control. Required
    services during the warranty period shall be at no cost to PCSO.
Packaged Technical Implementation Services of Network Active
Equipment
o SITE PREPARATIONS:
         Core Switch Deployment
         Distribution Switch Deployment
         Access Switch Deployment
               Pre-deployment technical discussions
               Network equipment inventory consolidation including
               integrated interface cards and modules
               Hardware-level inspection and validation
               Software-level inspection and validation
               Conduct Power-On Self Test (POST) test procedures
               Equipment burn-in
               Installation of appropriate interface cards/modules to
               each of the switches
               Installation of appropriate software versions as
               needed by the required network setup
               Verification and validation of related LAN cabling
               requirements to interconnect these switches
               Identification of assigned locations for each network
               equipment/devices
               Validation of timelines and work schedules
DEPLOYMENT OF NETWORK SWITCHES:
NETWORK SWITCHES initial configurations:
               IP address configuration of all “managed” network
               switches
               SNMP services configuration of all “managed”
               network switches
               Administrator/user profile and rights configuration in
               all switches
               Configure specific and meaningful switch hostnames
               Deployment and interconnection of all NETWORK
               SWITCHES
               High-level NETWORK SWITCH configurations:
               VIRTUAL LAN (VLAN) configurations
               Spanning-Tree configurations
               Layer 2 and Layer 3 configurations
               IP address configurations
               Inter-VLAN routing configurations
               Ether-channel or port aggregation configurations
               Fail-over network configurations
               Load-balancing network configurations
               Other network performance optimization and fine-
               tuning configurations
Pre-deployment testing:
               Ping test
               Telnet test
               TFTP test
               SNMP test (Includes RMON/RMON2/MIB/MIB2 test)
               Remote configuration test through modem
               Inter-VLAN routing test
               Network response test
               Network security test
               Other testing in accordance to all enabled switch
               features
               Deployment and installation of network switches to
               respective area/locations including Main Office and
               remote offices
Post-deployment monitoring and testing:
               Application test (Video streaming, VoIP, etc.)
               Inter-VLAN routing test
               Network response test
               Network security test
Packaged Technical Trainings for Network Active Equipment:
Training is essential as part of technology transfer to technically
equip and enhance PCSO MIS in efficiently supporting the
enterprise network infrastructure of PCSO.
o Local training
o Training for twelve (12) PCSO participants for MIS purposes
o With certificates upon completion of training
o Details:
     • All participants may be present at once or by batch
     • Venue for training class may held at PCSO MIS Office or
          to be identified by the Contractor
     • Hands-on laboratory class shall be identified by the
          Contractor/Training Provider
     • Schedules shall be coordinated and approved first by
          PCSO MIS
     • Training must be directly relevant to the target setup
          configuration intended by PCSO to their network
     • Coverage overview shall include the following topics, but
          must not be limited to:
               Brief review of internetworking fundamentals,
               concepts, OSI model
               Analysis and configuration of IP addressing schemes
               and connectivity, including subnetting
               Operation and configuration of VLANs
               Operation and configuration of switch features such
               as load balancing, port aggregation, security, and
               others
               Routing protocols
TWO (2) IN-HOUSE TECHNICAL ENGINEERS DURING
TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER FOR 6 MONTHS

Provision of two (2) technical network engineers working on shifts
between 7am to 12mn, Mondays thru Fridays, for a six (6)-month
period during technology transfer and initial operations of the
network environment. To commence right after the final acceptance
of PCSO.
Network Equipment Deployment
(Please see related Network Design Layout)
At ANNEX 1 Building

Major network equipment shall be rack-mounted at the Network
Rack inside the Server Room located within the MIS Office at the 3rd
Floor of ANNEX 1 Building.

Established on a high-speed data highway of 1000Megabits per
second (1000Mbps), the Core Switch delivers Gigabit throughput
between Intranet server resources and backbone connections linked
to it. End-users are connected at a dedicated 100Mbps data rate
provided by standard ports of Access Switches. These Access
Switches are attached to the respective Distribution Switches of
each building via redundant Gigabit etherchannel Cat6 cables. The
Distribution Switches per building are likewise redundant and
stacked together.


Servers available in the public network such as DNS and Web
Servers will be connected to a DMZ Switch. The DMZ Switch
connects to a Firewall. Security access over the Internet is filtered by
the Firewall where connection to the Internet Service Provider is
made. The ISA Servers are likewise connected to the DMZ Switch.
The ISA Servers are connected to the Core Switch on another end.

Redundancy is applied at the respective connections between the
primary equipment mentioned above addressing optimum network
uptime in case of unexpected equipment and/or media failure.
Performance can also be further improved through load balancing
configuration.

Gigabit-enabled intranet servers running Domain, Email, Web,
Database, Anti-virus and other applications shall be redundantly
connected to the Core Switch. The Servers shall be connected on
separate UPS with the same capacity to support 15-minute runtime.

On the other hand, the Core Switch will provide redundant
connection to the four Distribution Switches at the Main and Annex 2
building

Four (4) Access Switches serving 84 end-users at the 3rd Floor of
ANNEX 1 Building is connected to the Core Switch via Gigabit port
uplinks, while delivering a maximum of 100Mbps to the desktops.
The said number of 3rd floor end-users include the network users
within the MIS Office.

All network equipment installed at the 3rd Floor Network Rack shall
be connected in a UPS with a minimum runtime of 15 minutes.

Four (4) Access Switches at the 2nd Floor IDF-1 connects 57 nodes
on the said floor including the 10 nodes at the Ground Floor. These
Switches are linked at a dedicated 1000Mbps-link to the Core Switch
located at the MIS Data Center, 3rd floor. For power back up, these
Switches shall have their own UPS with a runtime of 12 minutes.
At ANNEX 2 Building

Three (3) 24-port Access Switches will be deployed at the 2nd Floor
IDF-2 of ANNEX 2 Building serving 22 nodes plus 41 nodes more at
the Ground Floor. These Access Switches are respectively
connected to the redundant Distribution Switches assigned for
ANNEX 2 Building at 1000BaseT Cat6 cables. The Distribution
Switches have distinct Gigabit connections to the Core Switches via
four (4) runs each of fiber optic cable. All network equipment
deployed at IDF-2 has its UPS with 12-minute runtime connection,
as well.
At MAIN Building

Four (4) 24-port Access Switches that connects to the redundant
Distribution Switches using Cat6 cables are deployed at the 3rd Floor
IDF-3 of the MAIN Building. These Access Switches shall
interconnect 80 nodes. Four (4) runs of fiber optic cable link the
Distribution Switches here to four Gigabit port of the Core Switch at
MIS Data Center.

The 2nd and Ground Floors of the MAIN Building have 44 and 67
end-users, respectively. A couple of 24-port Switches at the 2nd
floor and three other Switches at the Ground Floor shall connect
these numbers of users in a star-topology at the 100Mbps standard
port. These Switches are directly associated to the Distribution
Switch at 1000Mbps.

The 2nd floor equipment will be installed in an IDF-4 while at the
Ground Floor is IDF-5.

All the respective Switch deployment at the MAIN Building shall have
UPS back up power in its respective IDFs.
Equipment Breakdown
(Please see related Network Design Layout)
            Core Switch
            • Redundant 2800-W Power Supply.
            • Module 1:
                 - CPU 1
            • Module 2:
                 - CPU 2
            • Module 3:
                 - Minimum 10-port 1GE Fiber Optic Interface
            • Module 4:
                 - Minimum 10-port 1GE Fiber Optic Interface
            • Module 5:
                 - Minimum 48-port 10/100/1000 BaseT
          •     Module 6:
                - Minimum 48-port 10/100/1000 BaseT
          • Module 7:
                - Minimum 2-port 10-GE Fiber Optic Interface
          • Module 8:
               - Minimum 2-port 10-GE Fiber Optic Interface
          • Module 9:
                - Minimum 24-port 10/100/1000 BaseT
          • Module 10:
               - Minimum 24-port 10/100/1000 BaseT
          Distribution Switch
          • Minumum 24-port 10/100/1000 BaseT.
          • Minimum 4-port 1GE Fiber Optic Uplink.
          • Layer 3 Switch
          • Stackable.
          • Minimum of 32-Gbps stacking bandwidth.

         Access Switch
         • Minimum 24-port 10/100 BaseT.
         • Minimum 2-port 1GE BaseT Uplink
         • Layer 2 Switch.
         • Stackable
         DMZ Switch
         • Minimum 24-port 10/100/1000 BaseT.
         • Minimum 2-port 1GE Fiber Optic Uplink
         • Layer 3 switch.
         • Stackable.
         • Minimum of 32-Gbps stacking bandwidth.
Mandatory Requirements
   1) Proposed solution should have a single management
        platform for the LAN infrastructure. The NMS should be
        capable of supporting future enhancement of the network
        such as:
      (a) WAN connecting PCSO branches using voice-enabled
            router.
      (b) IP telephony system to be deployed at the head office,
            using the proposed LAN infrastructure.
      (c) Security solution to be added to the infrastructure. The
            security devices/equipment should be manageable by
            the proposed NMS.
   2) The proposed solution should have installed-based of at
        least 5 reference sites in the Philippines with the same or
        higher capacity.
   3) The proposed solution should still be supplied by the OEM
        in the market for the next 6 months from the date of Final
        Acceptance. Proof of product announcement must be
        provided.

				
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