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  • Introduction

    Dax Chassis series high performance switches comes in two configurations namely 10 and 4 slot chassis. It supports redundancy for critical modules like Management card (CPU), Power and FAN. The redundancy level for the critical modules helps to eliminate the risk of network down time and make these switches ideal for core deployments in campus networks, enterprise networks and aggregation layer of an IP Metro area Network.

    Dax Chassis supports various types of payload / network modules including 10G, Gigabit, Fast Ethernet and therefore gives the Customer the flexibility to choose modules as per requirement. It supports a maximum of 32 # 10G, 384 Gigabit ports and 13 # 10G, 168 Gigabit ports for 10 and 4 slot chassis respectively.

    Dax chassis supports distributed Architecture that gives wire-speed non-blocking performance with high backplane bandwidth. It comes with the richest software features including MPLS, advanced Quality of Service, IPv6, high security with DOS protection, VLAN, Layer 3 routing features (Ipv4 / Ipv6), SNMP management, Web / CLI based management and configuration etc.

    Key features

    9 IPv6 ready with IPv4/IPv6 Dual Protocol Stack

    9 Distributed Architecture with Wire-speed non blocking performance

    9 Hot swappable modules, power supply and Fan tray with high level of Redundancy

    9 Field replicable FAN tray

    9 MPLS support

    9 Static routing, RIP, OSPF, BGP4, VRRP for Ipv4/ Ipv6

    9 Anti IP packet DOS attack/ packet attack

    9 Supports MRPP Ring Redundancy

    9 MLDv1/v2, MLD snooping V1/v2

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  • PERFORMANCE AND SCALABILITY

    Supporting maximum of 3.2TB of Backplane bandwidth, the Dax Chassis switches provide wire speed and non-blocking performance on any network. With IPv6 being adopted widely, Dax Chassis switches support Phase II implementation of IPv6. This includes a complete suite of IPv6 management and routing.

    HIGH AVAILABILITY

    Dax chassis offers zero point of failure by supporting high availability features including redundancy options in Power / CPU / FAN modules. All the mentioned critical modules support hot swap, so that the modules can be replaced without need to power off the chassis. With these features of high redundancy and high reliability, Dax chassis offers 99.9% network uptime.

    REDUNDANCY AND SURVIVABILITY

    Dax Chassis switches support Rapid and Multiple spanning trees as per the IEEE standard. The spanning tree feature helps eliminate network loops. Link aggregation or port aggregation helps combine speeds by bundling multiple links and offering a high speed link catering to the network demand. Dax Chassis switches support MRRP which is a ring protection protocol and aids in reducing network convergence time in a ring topology network. IGMP snooping prevents flooding of IP multicast traffic and limits bandwidth intensive video traffic to selected users.

    ENHANCED SECURITY

    Dax Chassis switches support IEEE 802.1X port-based access control and MAC-based access control to ensure all users are authorized before being granted access to the network. Access Control Lists (ACLs) can be used to restrict access to sensitive network resources by denying packets based on L2/L3/L4 header information. Secure Shell (SSH) encrypts network management information via Telnet for secure network management. RADIUS Authentication enables centralized control of the switch and restricts unauthorized users from altering the configuration of the switch. Anti DoS attacks ensures high security to the network.

    ADVANCED ROUTING

    Dax Chassis switches deliver hardware based IP routing for both IPv4 and IPv6. RIP v1/v2, OSPF v2 and BGP4 provide dynamic routing by exchanging routing information with other Layer 3 switches and routers. DVMRP, PIM-SM, PIM- DM and PIM-SSM Multicast Routing Protocols send IP multicast traffic from one subnet to another to support maximum data streams. IGMP snooping features forwarding of multicast packets for live streaming of voice and data without any swell in network broadcast congestion. VRRP prevents your system from failing by dynamically backing up multiple L3 switches for routing.

    MPLS

    Dax Chassis switches support MPLS which is widely applied in carrier users. These switches support hardware based MPLS and MPLS VPN with 252 instance support.

    IPV6 SUPPORT

    Dax Chassis switches support IPv6 routing in hardware for maximum performance. As the number of network devices increase and the need for larger IP addressing and higher security becomes critical, the Dax Layer 3 Enhanced Gigabit switch is the right product to meet requirements. Besides, the Dax Chassis switches support phase II implementation of Ipv6 with complete routing and management features.Dax Layer 3 Enhanced Gigabit switch is the right product to meet requirements. Besides, the Dax Chassis switches support phase II implementation of Ipv6 with complete routing and management features.

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  • Technical specificationPORT AVAILABILITYDX-0630P-AC 10 slot chassis

    2 # Management module slots

    8 # Network modules slots

    1 # AC power

    2 # additional slots for redundant power supplyDX-0530P-AC 4 slot chassis

    1 / 2 # Management module slots

    2 / 3 # Network modules slots

    1 # AC power included

    1 # additional slot for redundant power supplyPERFORMANCESwitching Technique Store and ForwardSwitching Fabric 3.2 T ( DX-0630P-AC)

    1.2T ( DX-0530P-AC)Throughput 738 Mpps ( DX-0630P-AC)

    327 Mpps ( DX-0530P-AC)VLAN 4KACL 64K (DX-0630P-AC)

    32K (DX-0530P-AC)PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICSDimension (WHD) 445 x 266 X 421mm (Dx- 0530P-AC)

    797 x 436 x 478 mm ( Dx- 0630P-AC) Size 19 RackMountable

    ENVIRONMENTALRelative Humidity 5% ~ 90%, non-condensingOperating Temperature -0C~ 50C Storage Temperature -40C ~ 70CPower consumption

  • Layer 2 features IEEE 802.3 (10Base-T)

    IEEE 802.3u (100Base-TX)

    IEEE 802.3z (1000Base-X)

    IEEE 802.3ab (1000Base-T)

    IEEE 802.3ae( 10G)

    IEEE 802.3x flow control

    Auto MDI/MDIX

    9K Jumbo frame

    Broadcast storm control

    Granular rate limiting in steps of 64K

    Port loop detect

    LLDP

    LLDP-MED

    UDLD Stackability IP clusteringSpanning Tree IEEE 802.1d Spanning tree

    IEEE 802.1w Rapid spanning tree

    IEEE 802.1s Multiple spanning tree

    BPDU guard

    Root guard

    BPDU forwarding

    Ling Aggregation IEEE 802.3ad

    Static and dynamic link aggregation

    128 trunks and 8 ports per trunk

    Load balance Port Mirroring One to One port mirroring

    Many to One port mirroring

    Port mirroring based on data stream

    Port mirroring based on Ingress and Egress data flow

    Remote port mirroring/ RSPANMAC Operation MAC binding(Ipv4 /Ipv6)

    MAC filtering

    MAC limit

    Port binding(Ipv4 /Ipv6)

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  • VLAN IEEE 802.1q VLAN

    GVRP , Dynamic VLAN registration

    Port based VLAN

    Private VLAN

    Port Isolation

    IP subnet VLAN

    Protocol VLAN IEEE 802.1v

    Voice VLAN

    MAC VLAN

    Q-in-Q

    Broadcast / Multicast / Unicast Storm Control

    MVR ( Multicast VLAN Registration ) for IPv4 / IPv6Quality of service IEEE 802.1p

    IP precedence

    TCP/UDP port number

    Source/destination Address

    Access Control List

    Marking and Re-marking

    Strict priority SP

    Weighted round robin WRR

    SWRR - SP + WRR

    8 Priority queues

    Traffic classification based on IEEE 802.1p, Port, COS, TOS.

    Advanced classification based on VLAN ID, COS, ACL stream, DSCP

    (IPv4 /IPv6).

    Hybrid Queuing

    Bandwidth Control: Egress rate limiting, Ingress rate limiting

    Diffserv

    PRI mark / remarkMulticasting features IGMP v1/v2/v3 snooping

    IGMP v1/v2/v3

    IGMP proxy

    DVMRP

    PIM-SM, PIM-DM, PIM SSM ( IPv4)

    PIM-SM, PIM-DM, PIM SSM (IPv6)

    MLD snooping v1/v2

    MLD v1/v2

    MSDP

    Multicast VLAN registration

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  • Layer 3 Features IPv4 / IPv6 dual stack

    Default routing

    Static routing

    Policy based Routing ( IPv4 / IPv6)

    MD5 authentication.

    RIP v1, RIP v2

    RIPng

    OSPF v2 (IPv4)

    OSPF v3 (IPv6)

    BGP4 (IPv4)

    BGP4+ (IPv6)

    VRRP ( IPv4)

    VRRP v3 (IPv6)

    URPF - Unicast Reverse Path Forwarding MPLS MPLS VPN

    252 VRF instances

    LDP

    L3 MPLS VPN

    L2 VLL/VPLS

    MPLS/VPLS proxy

    MPLS-TE/FRR

    Cross domain MPLS VPN

    MPLS QOSAccess control List Standard and Extended Access control List

    IP ACL based on source/destination IP, Protocol, IP priority, TCP/

    UDP port number

    MAC ACL based on Source and destination MAC, VLAN ID , COS

    IP + MAC combination

    Time based ACL

    ACL on VLAN

    ACL on physical port

    Ingress/ Egress based ACL

    ACL rules can be configured on VLAN routing interfaces

    QoS classification

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  • Security IEEE 802.1x

    Port based Authentication

    MAC based Authentication

    EAP(TLS, PEAP, MD5)

    AAA

    Radius

    TACACS +

    IP source guardAdvanced security DOS / DDOS prevention and protection (ARP, Synflood, Smurf, ICMP

    attack )

    Anti ARP attack

    ARP rate limit

    Anti ICMP packet attack

    Switch engine CPU protectionRedundancy Virtual Routing Redundancy Protocol (VRRP)

    LACP load balance

    MRPP - Multi-layer Ring Protection Protocol

    VLAN based traffic balance

    Redundant power supply and Management module

    with power load balancing

    DHCP DCHP Client, Relay,