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Extreme Networks Data SheetSummit X450a SeriesSummit X450a series—The highly scalable advancedaggregation switch with the revolutionary modularoperating system, ExtremeXOS .Voice-Class Availability Modular ExtremeXOS Operating System (OS) Ethernet Automatic Protection Switching (EAPS)resiliency protocol SummitStack —highly available, high-speed stacking supportAdvanced Features Offer VersatileDeployment High bandwidth, non-blocking architecture for demandingedge applications High density gigabit ports with optional 10 gigabit uplinks thatprovide high-performance aggregation Advanced routing protocols such OSPF, BGP and multicast foran efficient and productive small network core Exceptional Quality of Service (QoS) with advanced trafficmanagement capabilities for triple play services in CarrierEthernet networksComprehensive Security User authentication, host integrity enforcement andIdentity Management Universal Port dynamic security profile to provide fine granularsecurity policies in the networkThe Summit X450a series is based onExtreme Networks revolutionary ExtremeXOSOS. ExtremeXOS modular OS is a highly resilientOS that provides continuous uptime, manageabilityand operational efficiency. Each Summit X450aswitch offers the same high-performance, nonblocking hardware technology used onExtreme Networks BlackDiamond 8800 series, inthe Extreme Networks tradition of simplifyingnetwork deployments through the use of commonhardware and software throughout the network.The highly flexible and scalable Summit X450aswitch is an ideal aggregation switch for traditionalsmall core enterprise networks. The Summit X450aseries is a perfect first level aggregation device forDSLAMs at a local central office before traffic ispassed on to the Extreme NetworksBlackDiamond 20808 or BlackDiamond 20804core switch at the Point of Presence (POP) wheretraffic is managed and connected to service networks.The extremely versatile Summit X450a switchprovides high-density gigabit plus optional 10Gigabit Ethernet ports in a compact 1RU format,supporting a full range of Layer 2 to Layer 4functionalities on every port to allow highproductivity. Optional redundant power suppliesare offered with each switch to protect againstpower anomalies, providing a continuous operational network.Target Applications Core switch for a small network Aggregation switch in a traditional threetiered network that requires high availabilityand ExtremeXOS advanced features Threat detection and response instrumentation to react tonetwork intrusion with CLEAR-Flow Security Rules Engine Customer Edge (CE) or Provider Edge (PE)device in a Carrier Ethernet network Harden the network infrastructure with Denial of Service (DoS)protection and IP security against man-in-the-middle and DoS attacks Interconnect switch providing low latencyconnections for High Performance ClusterComputing (HPCC)Summit X450a switch is an industry-leading converged GigabitEthernet aggregation switch with the ExtremeXOS modularoperating system and optional dual 10 Gigabit Ethernet ports.

Extreme Networks Data SheetVoice-Class AvailabilityPowered by the ExtremeXOS, Summit X450a supports process recovery and application upgrades without the need for asystem reboot. Summit X450a provides the high network availability required for converged applications.Modular Operating Systemfor Non-Stop OperationTrue Preemptive Multitaskingand Protected MemoryThe Summit X450a series switch allowseach of the many applications—such asOpen Shortest Path First (OSPF) andSpanning Tree Protocol (STP)—to runas separate OS processes that areprotected from each other. This drivesincreased system integrity and inherently protects against DoS attacks.Process Monitoring and RestartExtremeXOS dramatically increasesnetwork availability using processmonitoring and restart. Each independentOS process is monitored in real time. If aprocess becomes unresponsive or stopsrunning, it can be automatically restarted.Loadable Software ModulesThe modular design of ExtremeXOSallows the upgrading of individualsoftware modules, should this be necessary,leading to higher availability in the network(see Figure 1).number of VLANs, network nodes ornetwork topology. Since EAPS allows thenetwork to recover almost transparently,Voice-over-IP calls will not drop and digitalvideo feeds will not freeze or pixelize inmost situations.Spanning Tree/Rapid SpanningTree ProtocolsThe Summit X450a series supportsSpanning Tree (802.1D), Per VLANSpanning Tree (PVST ), Rapid SpanningTree (802.1w) and Multiple Instances ofSpanning Tree (802.1s) protocols forLayer 2 resiliency.Software-Enhanced AvailabilitySoftware-enhanced availability allowsusers to remain connected to the networkeven if part of the network infrastructureis down. The Summit X450a seriescontinuously checks for problems in theuplink connections using advanced Layer 3protocols such as OSPF, VRRP and ESRP(ESRP supported in Layer 2 or Layer 3),and dynamically routes traffic around theproblem.Voice-Grade Stacking withSummitStackThe Summit X450a series offers dualstacking interfaces to provide high-speed40 Gbps stacking bandwidth. SummitStackstacking architecture is designed tosupport converged services such as VoIPand video by its highly available, rapidfailover capability with n-1 masterredundancy, distributed Layer 2 andLayer 3 switching, link aggregation acrossthe stack and distributed uplinks.SummitStack supports up to eight units ina stack, and the mixture of the units canbe Summit X250e, Summit X450e,Summit X450a, Summit X480 andSummit X650 switches. It providessub-second failover for path failure andhitless master/backup failover along withhitless protocol support such as OSPFgraceful restart and Network Login userauthentication. The Summit X450aswitch provides chassis-like managementand availability with its SummitStackstacking technology (see Figure 2).Equal Cost MultipathHigh Availability NetworkProtocolsEthernet Automatic ProtectionSwitching (EAPS)EAPS allows the IP network to providethe level of resiliency and uptime thatusers expect from their traditional voicenetwork. EAPS is superior to SpanningTree or Rapid Spanning Tree protocolsand offers sub-second (less than 50milliseconds) recovery that deliversconsistent failover regardless of the13Memory protectedprocesses underreal-timescheduling thatcannot impacteach other norkernelSSH-2V1.3.2BGPSSH-2V1.3.1Equal Cost Multipath (ECMP) routing allowsuplinks to be load balanced for performanceand cost savings while also supportingredundant failover. If an uplink fails, trafficis automatically routed to the remaininguplinks and connectivity is maintained.Link Aggregation (802.3ad)Link aggregation allows trunking of up toeight links on a single logical connection,for up to 20 Gigabits per Second (Gbps) ofredundant bandwidth per logical connection.Designed to allowapplicationmodules to beupgraded duringruntime Processes are monitoredand can be restarted orother action taken ifnecessary Hitless failoverinfrastructure for dualmanagement systemsand Applicationmodules can beadded duringruntime Single management point for up to eight unitsHigh-speed 40 Gbps stackingRapid Failover for converged applicationsCan mix Summit X250e, Summit X450 seriesand Summit X650 series switchesVIM1-SummitStackVIM1-SummitStackKernel LoadableModule5027-02Figure 1: ExtremeXOS Modular Design 2010 Extreme Networks, Inc. All rights reserved.5251-01Figure 2: SummitStack Stacking ArchitectureSummit X450a Series—Page 2

Extreme Networks Data SheetAdvanced Features Offer Versatile DeploymentCombining superior resiliency, comprehensive security, and nonblocking performance, the Summit X450a switch is thecornerstone of a high-performance network. Summit X450a series provides a high bandwidth, non-blocking architecturewith tri-speed copper Gigabit Ethernet ports for demanding Top-of-Rack data center applications. With optional 10 gigabittrunks, Summit X450a switches connect to gigabit edge devices and provide a high-performance aggregation layer in atraditional three-tier LAN. For Carrier Ethernet networks, Summit X450a switches deliver exceptional QoS and trafficmanagement capabilities.High Bandwidth, Non-BlockingArchitecture for DemandingEdge ApplicationsWhen deployed as an access switch,Summit X450a, with its modular 10gigabit integrated fiber gigabit ports,provides the bandwidth required by themost demanding applications. With morethan 20 gigabits of uplink capacity, uplinkbandwidth bottlenecks are eliminated.Providing line-rate throughput andsupporting jumbo frames up to 9,216bytes, Summit X450a allows transfers tobe completed in minimal time.High Density Gigabit Portswith Optional 10 GigabitUplinksThe Summit X450a switches provide idealperformance and functionalities for theaggregation layer. They eliminate the needto funnel traffic through a low bandwidthgigabit trunk by providing non-blocking 10gigabit links to the core. As an optionmodule, Summit X450a provides a varietyof choices for 10 Gigabit Ethernet uplinks:dual port 10GBASE-T for UTP connectivity,dual port SFP for fiber and passive copperconnectivity, dual port XFP and dual portXENPAK.Link Redundancy ProtocolsAggregation switches are located in thenetwork crossroads with high-densitytraffic from many users. Because of itslocation, every connection to and from anaggregation switch must be redundant inorder to allow a safe failover of traffic to asecondary path in case of link or devicefailure. The Summit X450a series offerssuperior link redundancy features thatprovide a highly available aggregation layer. 2010 Extreme Networks, Inc. All rights reserved.For example, where voice-grade resiliencyis required, EAPS allows links to failoverrapidly so that voice call sessions are notdropped. Other link resiliency featuresinclude OSPF, ECMP and VRRP, providingstandards-based Layer 3 dual homing,ESRP that offers dual homing at bothLayer 2 and Layer 3, and a unique softwareredundant port that does not require anyloop detection protocol and is easy toconfigure.Advanced Routing Capabilitiesfor Small Network CoreSupporting core deployments requires fullprotocol support. Summit X450a switchessupport advanced protocols for an efficientand productive small network core. Theswitches provide static, RIP and Edge-OSPFprotocols with policy-based routingcapabilities. An optional ExtremeXOS corelicense extends the feature set to includeother important core functions such as: Full OSPF for much greater extensibilitythan RIP can provide BGP for inter-autonomous systemforwarding PIM, sparse and dense modes forrouting of multicast streams IPv6 hardware forwarding withOSPFv3 IPv6 tunnels, IPv6-to-IPv4 translation,and IPv6 multicast discovery forextensive IPv6 supportExceptional Policy-Based QoSand Traffic Management forTriple Play ServicesThe Summit X450a series provides eighthardware queues per port to supportgranular traffic classification, and up to2,048 centralized ACLs per 24-port blockthat can use information from Layers 1 – 4to prioritize and meter incoming packets atline-rate. When metering traffic, the switchescan drop out-of-spec traffic or flag it forlater action. To expedite upstream traffichandling, a packet’s classification can becarried forward with Layer 2 (802.1p) andLayer 3 (DiffServ) markings. Summit X450aprovides advanced traffic managementfeatures that support the high quality tripleplay of voice, video and data services.Summit X450a switches supportExtreme Networks vMAN tag stackingmechanism, which is compliant with theIEEE 802.1ad Provider Bridges standard.vMAN allows service providers to aggregatesubscribers by using stacked Q-tags.Summit X450a switches provide lowlatency and hardware-based support formulticast traffic, making them excellentsolutions for IPTV deployment over CarrierEthernet infrastructures. The DC-poweredversion of Summit X450a switches providesan internal DC PSU and an optionalredundant PSU and can be deployed in aPOP where AC is not available.Summit X450a Series—Page 3

Extreme Networks Data SheetComprehensive SecurityImplementing a secure network means providing protection at the network perimeter as well as the core. Working together withExtreme Networks Sentriant family of products, Summit X450a switches use advanced security functions in protecting yournetwork from known or potential threats.User Authentication and HostIntegrity CheckingNetwork Login andDynamic Security ProfileSummit X450a series switches support acomprehensive range of Network Loginoptions by providing an 802.1x agentbased approach, a Web-based (agent-less)login capability, and a MAC-basedauthentication model. With these modesof Network Login, only authorized usersand devices can connect to the networkand be assigned to the appropriateVLAN. The Universal Port featureavailable in Summit X450a lets youimplement Dynamic Security Profileswith Network Login and allows you toimplement fine-grained and robustsecurity policies. Upon authentication,the switch can load dynamic ACL/QoSfor a user or group of users to deny/allowaccess to the application servers orsegments within the network.Multiple Supplicant SupportIdentity ManagementIdentity Management allows customers totrack users who access their network. Useridentity is captured based on NetLoginauthentication, LLDP discovery andKerberos snooping. ExtremeXOS uses theinformation to then report on the MAC,VLAN, computer hostname, and portlocation of the user.Host IntegrityHost integrity checking keeps infected ornon-compliant machines off the network.Summit X450a series support a host andendpoint integrity solution that is basedon a model promoted by the TrustedComputing Group by interfacing withExtreme Networks endpoint securityproduct, Sentriant AG.Threat Detection and ResponseCLEAR-Flow Security Rules EngineCLEAR-Flow Security Rules Engineprovides first order threat detection andmitigation, and mirrors traffic to appliancesfor further analysis of suspicious traffic inthe network.Converged network designs ofteninvolve the use of shared ports thatrepresent a potential vulnerability in anetwork. Multiple supplicant capabilitieson a switch allow it to uniquely recognizeand apply the appropriate policies foreach user or device on a shared port.sFlow is a sampling technology that providesthe ability to sample application level trafficflows on all interfaces simultaneously.MAC SecurityPort MirroringMAC security allows the lockdown of aport to a given MAC address and limitingthe number of MAC addresses on a port.This can be used to dedicate ports tospecific hosts or devices such as VoIPphones or printers, and avoid abuse ofthe port—an interesting capabilityspecifically in environments such ashotels. In addition, an aging timer can beconfigured for the MAC lockdown,protecting the network from the effectsof attacks using (often rapidly) changingMAC addresses.IP SecurityExtremeXOS IP security frameworkprotects the network infrastructure,network services such as DHCP andDNS, and host computers from spoofingand man-in-the-middle attacks. It alsoprotects the network from staticallyconfigured and/or spoofed IP addresses.It builds an external trusted database ofMAC/IP/port bindings so you knowwhere traffic from a specific addresscomes from for immediate defense.sFlowcally stop these packets from reaching theCPU. After a period of time, these ACLs areremoved and reinstalled if the attackcontinues. ASIC-based LPM routingeliminates the need for control planesoftware to learn new flows, allowing morenetwork resilience against DoS attacks.Secure and ComprehensiveNetwork ManagementAs the network becomes a foundation of theenterprise application, network managementbecomes an important piece of solution.Summit X450a supports comprehensivenetwork management through CommandLine Interface (CLI), SNMP v1, v2c, v3, andthe embedded XML-based web userinterface, ExtremeXOS ScreenPlay . Witha variety of management options andconsistency across other Extreme Networksmodular and stackable switches, Summit X450aseries switches provide ease-of-managementfor demanding converged applications.Extreme Networks has developed tools thathelp save you time and resources inmanaging your network. EPICenter management suite provides fault, configuration, accounting, performance and securityfunctions,allowing more effective management of Extreme Networks multi-layerswitching equipment in a converged network.To allow threat detection and prevention,Summit X450a switches support many-to-oneand one-to-many port mirroring. Thisallows the mirroring of traffic to an externalnetwork appliance such as an intrusiondetection device for trend analysis or forutilization by a network administrator fordiagnostic purposes. Port mirroring canalso be enabled across switches in a stack.Line-Rate ACLsACLs are one of the most powerfulcomponents used in controlling networkresource utilization as well as protectingthe network. The Summit X450a seriessupports up to 2,048 centralized ACLs per24-port block based on Layer 2, 3 or 4header information such as the MAC or IPsource/destination address.Denial of Service ProtectionSummit X450a effectively handles DoSattacks. If the switch detects an unusuallylarge number of packets in the CPU inputqueue, it will assemble ACLs that automati-Figure 3: Automated Attack Mitigation 2010 Extreme Networks, Inc. All rights reserved.Summit X450a Series—Page 4

Extreme Networks Data SheetTarget ApplicationsSmall Network Core SwitchSummit X450a is ideal as a small network switch.The optional 10 gigabit ports are perfect forsetting up a high bandwidth 10 gigabit backbone,or for aggregating multiple gigabit ports forinter-switch connectivity. All necessary coreprotocols are available, including BGPv4 and IPv6.With non-blocking performance, extensive DoSprotection, Longest Prefix Match routing andsuperior traffic management features, Summit X450ahas been designed from the ground up to be anideal small core switch.Summit X450eSummit X450eSummit X450aSummit X450aSummit X450aSummit X450a5036-01Traditional Aggregation LayerSummit X450a is easily deployed as a technologyupgrade to a traditional aggregation layer,bringing 10 gigabit uplinks and high availability.For copper and fiber deployments, a pair ofSummit X450a switches provide redundantaggregation switching.NetworkCoreSummit X450aSummit X450aSummit X450eSummit X450eSummit X450eSummit X450e5037-01Summit X450a is an ideal service delivery platformfor Carrier Ethernet networks. The advancedtraffic management, resiliency and scalabilityfeatures give it the flexibility to be deployed at theCustomer Edge (CE) or as an aggregation switchat the Provider Edge (PE). By supporting both CEand PE service delivery requirements, Summit X450aminimizes service providers’ operational expenses.QuantityCarrier Ethernet ServicesBandwidthDemand forpacket-basedservicesThe Goal:Increase revenuewith additionalservices whilereducing costsCompetitiveRevenues pressuresTime5242 01High-Performance Cluster Computing (HPCC)HPCC consists of many servers working cooperatively to solve large computational problems. Withthe use of relatively inexpensive and compact 1RUservers, a significant amount of processing powercan be cost-effectively packed into a relativelysmall footprint. Summit X450a series switchesaddress the need for high-performance andcost-effective connectivity required for HPCCusing gigabit and 10 Gigabit Ethernet as theinterconnect technology. 2010 Extreme Networks, Inc. All rights reserved.NetworkCoreSummit X450a-48tSummit X450a-48t5039-01Summit X450a Series—Page 5

Extreme Networks Data SheetTechnical SpecificationsExtremeXOS 12.4Supported ProtocolsSwitching RFC 3619 Ethernet Automatic ProtectionSwitching (EAPS) and EAPSv2 IEEE 802.1D – 1998 Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) IEEE 802.1D – 2004 Spanning Tree Protocol(STP and RSTP) IEEE 802.1w – 2001 Rapid Reconfigurationfor STP, RSTP IEEE 802.1Q – 2003 (formerly IEEE 802.1s)Multiple Instances of STP, MSTP EMISTP, Extreme Multiple Instances ofSpanning Tree Protocol PVST , Per VLAN STP (802.1Q interoperable) Draft-ietf-bridge-rstpmib-03.txt – Definitionsof Managed Objects for Bridges with RapidSpanning Tree Protocol Extreme Standby Router Protocol (ESRP) IEEE 802.1Q – 1998 Virtual Bridged LocalArea Networks IEEE 802.3ad Static load sharing configuration and LACP based dynamic configuration Software Redundant Ports IEEE 802.1AB – LLDP Link LayerDiscovery Protocol LLDP Media Endpoint Discovery (LLDP-MED),ANSI/TIA-1057, draft 08 Extreme Discovery Protocol (EDP) Extreme Loop Recovery Protocol (ELRP) Extreme Link State Monitoring (ELSM) IEEE 802.1ag L2 Ping and traceroute,Connectivity Fault Management ITU-T Y.1731 Frame delay measurements IEEE 802.3ah Ethernet OAM – UnidirectionalLink Fault Management – supported only inSummit X450a-24xManagement and Traffic Analysis RFC 2030 SNTP, Simple Network TimeProtocol v4 RFC 854 Telnet client and server RFC 783 TFTP Protocol (revision 2) RFC 951, 1542 BootP RFC 2131 BOOTP/DHCP relay agent andDHCP server RFC 1591 DNS (client operation) RFC 1155 Structure of Mgmt Information (SMIv1) RFC 1157 SNMPv1 RFC 1212, RFC 1213, RFC 1215 MIB-II,Ethernet-Like MIB & TRAPs RFC 1573 Evolution of Interface RFC 1650 Ethernet-Like MIB (update ofRFC 1213 for SNMPv2) RFC 1901, 1905 – 1908 SNMP v2c, SMIv2and Revised MIB-II RFC 2576 Coexistence between SNMPVersion 1, Version 2 and Version 3 RFC 2578 – 2580 SMIv2 (update toRFC 1902 – 1903) RFC 3410 – 3415 SNMPv3, user basedsecurity, encryption and authentication RFC 3826 – The Advanced EncryptionStandard (AES) Cipher Algorithm in the SNMPUser-based Security Model RFC 1757 RMON 4 groups: Stats, History,Alarms and Events 2010 Extreme Networks, Inc. All rights reserved. RFC 2021 RMON2 (probe configuration)RFC 2613 SMON MIBRFC 2925 Ping/Traceroute MIBRFC 2668 802.3 MAU MIBdraft-ietf-hubmib-mau-mib-v3-02.txtRFC 1643 Ethernet MIBRFC 1493 Bridge MIBRFC 2096 IPv4 Forwarding Table MIBRFC 2737 Entity MIB v2RFC 2233 Interface MIBRFC 3621 PoE-MIB (PoE switches only)IEEE 802.1ag MIBSecure Shell (SSH-2) client and serverSecure Copy (SCP-2) client and serverSecure FTP (SFTP) serversFlow version 5Configuration loggingMultiple Images, Multiple ConfigsRFC 3164 BSD Syslog Protocol with MultipleSyslog Servers––999 Local Messages (criticals storedacross reboots)Extreme Networks vendor MIBs (includesFDB, PoE, CPU, Memory MIBs)XML APIs over Telnet/SSH and HTTP/HTTPSWeb-based device management interface –ExtremeXOS ScreenPlay IP Route CompressionStacking – SummitStack Security, Switch andNetwork Protection Secure Shell (SSH-2), Secure Copy (SCP-2) andSFTP client/server with encryption/authentication(requires export controlled encryption module) SNMPv3 user based security, withencryption/authentication (see above) RFC 1492 TACACS RFC 2138 RADIUS Authentication RFC 2139 RADIUS Accounting RFC 3579 RADIUS EAP support for 802.1x RADIUS Per-command Authentication Access Profiles on All Routing Protocols Access Policies for Telnet/SSH-2/SCP-2 Network Login – 802.1x, Web andMAC-based mechanisms IEEE 802.1x – 2001 Port-Based NetworkAccess Control for Network Login Multiple supplicants with multiple VLANs forNetwork Login (all modes) Fallback to local authentication database(MAC and Web-based methods) Guest VLAN for 802.1x RFC 1866 HTML – Used for Web-basedNetwork Login and ExtremeXOS ScreenPlay SSL/TLS transport – used for Web-basedNetwork Login and ExtremeXOS ScreenPlay(requires export controlled encryption module) MAC Security – Lockdown and Limit IP Security – RFC 3046 DHCP Option 82 withport and VLAN ID IP Security – Trusted DHCP Server Layer 2/3/4 Access Control Lists (ACLs) RFC 2267 Network Ingress Filtering RPF (Unicast Reverse Path Forwarding)Control via ACLs Wire-speed ACLs Rate Limiting/Shaping by ACLs IP Broadcast Forwarding Control ICMP and IP-Option Response Control SYN attack protection CPU DoS Protection with traffic rate-limiting tomanagement CPU Robust against common Network Attacks:––CERT (––CA-2003-04: “SQL Slammer”––CA-2002-36: “SSHredder”––CA-2002-03: SNMP vulnerabilities––CA-98-13: tcp-denial-of-service––CA-98.01: smurf––CA-97.28:Teardrop Land -Teardrop and“LAND“ attack––CA-96.26: ping––CA-96.21: tcp syn flooding––CA-96.01: UDP service denial––CA-95.01: IP Spoofing Attacks andHijacked Terminal Connections––IP Options Attack Host Attacks––Teardrop, boink, opentear, jolt2, newtear,nestea, syndrop, smurf, fraggle, papasmurf,synk4, raped, winfreeze, ping –f, ping ofdeath, pepsi5, Latierra, Winnuke, Simping,Sping, Ascend, Stream, Land, OctopusSecurity, Router Protection IP Security – DHCP enforcement via DisableARP Learning IP Security – Gratuitous ARP Protection IP Security – DHCP Secured ARP/ARP Validation Routing protocol MD5 authenticationSecurity Detection and ProtectionIn Core and Aggregation Products only CLEAR-Flow, threshold-based alerts and actions(in non-SummitStack configuration only)IPv4 Host Requirements RFC 1122 Host RequirementsRFC 768 UDPRFC 791 IPRFC 792 ICMPRFC 793 TCPRFC 826 ARPRFC 894 IP over EthernetRFC 1027 Proxy ARPRFC 2068 HTTP serverIGMP v1/v2/v3 Snooping with ConfigurableRouter Registration ForwardingIGMP FiltersPIM SnoopingStatic IGMP MembershipMulticast VLAN Registration (MVR)IPv4 Router Requirements RFC 1812 Requirements for IP Version 4 RoutersRFC 1519 CIDRRFC 1256 IPv4 ICMP Router Discovery (IRDP)Static Unicast RoutesStatic Multicast RoutesRFC 1058 RIP v1RFC 2453 RIP v2Static ECMPRFC 1112 IGMP v1RFC 2236 IGMP v2RFC 3376 IGMP v3Summit X450a Series—Page 6

Extreme Networks Data SheetTechnical SpecificationsIPv4 Router RequirementscontinuedCore Protocols for Layer 2, IPv4and IPv6 Requires Core LicenseRFC 2933 IGMP MIBRFC 2096 IPv4 Forwarding Table MIBRFC 1724 RIPv2 MIBRFC 3768 VRRPv2RFC 2787 VRRP MIBRFC 2328 OSPF v2 (Edge-mode)OSPF ECMPOSPF MD5 AuthenticationRFC 1587 OSPF NSSA OptionRFC 1765 OSPF Database OverflowRFC 2370 OSPF Opaque LSA OptionRFC 3623 OSPF Graceful RestartRFC 1850 OSPFv2 MIBRFC 2362 PIM-SM (Edge-mode)RFC 2934 PIM MIBRFC 3569, draft-ietf-ssm-arch-06.txtPIM-SSMPIM Source Specific Multicast draft-ietf-pim-mib-v2-o1.tx Mtrace, a “traceroute” facility for IP Multicast:draft-ietf-idmr-traceroute-ipm-07 Mrinfo, the multicast router information toolbased on Appendix-B of draft-ietf-idmr-dvmrpv3-11IPv6 Host Requirements RFC 5095, Internet Protocol, Version 6(IPv6) Specification RFC 4861, Neighbor Discovery for IPVersion 6, (IPv6) RFC 2463, Internet Control Message Protocol(ICMPv6) for the IPv6 Specification RFC 2464, Transmission of IPv6 Packets overEthernet Networks RFC 2465, IPv6 MIB, General Group andTextual Conventions RFC 2466, MIB for ICMPv6 RFC 2462, IPv6 Stateless Address Autoconfiguration – Host Requirements RFC 1981, Path MTU Discovery for IPv6,August 1996 – Host requirements RFC 3513, Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6)Addressing Architecture RFC 3587, Global Unicast Address Format Telnet server over IPv6 transport SSH-2 server over IPv6 transport Ping over IPv6 transport Traceroute over IPv6 transportIPv6 Interworking and Migration RFC 2893, Configured Tunnels RFC 3056, 6to4IPv6 Router Requirements RFC 2462, IPv6 Stateless Address Autoconfiguration – Router Requirements RFC 1981, Path MTU Discovery for IPv6,August 1996 – Router requirements RFC 2710, IPv6 Multicast Listener Discovery v1(MLDv1) Protocol RFC 3810, IPv6 Multicast Listener Discovery v2(MLDv2) Protocol Static Unicast routes for IPv6 RFC 2080, RIPng Static ECMP 2010 Extreme Networks, Inc. All rights reserved. EAPSv2 Shared Ports – multiple interconnectionsbetween rings PIM-DM Draft IETF PIM Dense Mode draft-ietfidmr-pim-dm-05.txt, draft-ietf-pim-dm-newv2-04.txt RFC 3618 Multicast Source DiscoveryProtocol (MSDP) RFC 3446 Anycast RP using PIM and MSDP RFC 2740 OSPFv3, OSPF for IPv6 RFC 1771 Border Gateway Protocol 4 RFC 1965 Autonomous System Confederations for BGP RFC 2796 BGP Route Reflection (supersedesRFC 1966) RFC 1997 BGP Communities Attribute RFC 1745 BGP4/IDRP for IP-OSPF Interaction RFC 2385 TCP MD5 Authentication for BGPv4 RFC 2439 BGP Route Flap Damping RFC 2918 Route Refresh Capability for BGP-4 RFC 3392 Capabilities Advertisement withBGP-4 RFC 4360 BGP Extended Communities Attribute RFC 4486 Subcodes for BGP CeaseNotification message draft-ietf-idr-restart-10.txt Graceful RestartMechanism for BGP RFC 4760 Multiprotocol extensions for BGP-4 RFC 1657 BGP-4 MIB Draft-ietf-idr-bgp4-mibv2-02.txt – EnhancedBGP-4 MIB RFC 1195 Use of OSI IS-IS for Routing in TCP/IPand Dual Environments (TCP/IP transport only) RFC 2763 Dynamic Hostname ExchangeMechanism for IS-IS RFC 2966 Domain-wide Prefix Distributionwith Two-Level IS-IS RFC 2973 IS-IS Mesh Groups RFC 3373 Three-way Handshake for IS-ISPoint-to-Point Adjacencies RFC 3784 IS-IS Externs for Traffic Engineering(wide metrics only) Draft-ietf-isis-restart-02 Restart Signalingfor IS-IS Draft-ietf-isis-ipv6-06 Routing IPv6 with IS-IS Draft-ietf-isis-wg-multi-topology-11 MultiTopology (MT) Routing in IS-ISVLAN Services: VLANs, vMANs IEEE 802.1Q VLAN Tagging IEEE 802.1v: VLAN classification by Protocoland Port Port-based VLANs Protocol-based VLANs MAC-based VLANs Multiple STP domains per VLAN Upstream Forwarding Only/Disable Flooding RFC 5517 Private VLANs VLAN Translation IEEE 802.1ad Provider Bridge Network, virtualMANs (vMANs) vMAN Ethertype Translation/SecondaryvMAN Ethertype Multicast Support for PVLAN Multicast Support for VLAN Aggregation VLAN AggregationQoS and VLAN ServicesQuality of Service and Policies IEEE 802.1D – 1998 (802.1p) Packet Priority RFC 2474 DiffServ Precedence, including8 queues/port RFC 2598 DiffServ Expedited Forwarding (EF) RFC 2597 DiffServ Assured Forwarding (AF) RFC 2475 DiffServ Core and EdgeRouter

failover capability with n-1 master redundancy, distributed Layer 2 and Layer 3 switching, link aggregation across the stack and distributed uplinks. SummitStack supports up to eight units in a stack, and the mixture of the units can be Summit X250e, Summit X450e, Summit X450a, Summit X480 and Summit X650 switches. It provides

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Accounting records will be maintained in accordance with ORGANIZATION NAME's fiscal year, ie. January 1-December 31. 2. The double-entry method of bookkeeping and the accrual method of accounting shall be used. 3. ORGANIZATION NAME's computer system will be utilized in maintaining and creating the general ledger, all related journals and financial reports. 4. All revenues, support and expenses .