SR2348P

SR2348P

Brand:Aerohive

SR2348P, 48 x GE RJ45 copper ports, 4 x 10GE SFP+ ports, 740W POE budget, L3 Lite Static Routing

The SR switches provide energy-efficient gigabit Layer 3-Lite capabilities with flexi- ble Power over Ethernet (PoE) options, as well as a wealth of port density options. Critical capabilities, such as zero-touch provisioning, and powerful QoS make these switches a complement to any enterprise network.


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SWITCHING

Core Switching Features

• IEEE 802.1AB—Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP) • IEEE 802.1D—Spanning tree compatibility

• IEEE 802.1p—Ethernet priority with user provisioning

and mapping

• IEEE 802.1s—Multiple spanning tree compatibility • IEEE 802.1Q—Virtual LANs with port-based VLANs • IEEE 802.1X—Port-based authentication with Guest

VLAN support

• IEEE 802.1W—Rapid spanning tree compatibility

• IEEE 802.3—10BASE-T

• IEEE 802.3u—100BASE-T

• IEEE 802.3ab—1000BASE-T

• IEEE 802.1ak—Virtual Bridged Local Area Networks -

Amendment 07: Multiple Registration Protocol

• IEEE 802.3ac—VLAN tagging

• IEEE 802.3ad—Link aggregation

• IEEE 802.3x —Flow control

• Static Routing

• GARP—Generic Attribute Registration Protocol: clause 12,

IEEE 802.1D-2004

• GMRP—Dynamic L2 multicast registration: clause 10,

IEEE 802.1D-2004

• GVRP—Dynamic VLAN registration: clause 11.2,

IEEE 802.1Q-2003

• RFC 4541—Considerations for Internet Group Management

Protocol (IGMP) Snooping Switches

• ANSI/TIA-1057—LLDP-Media Endpoint Discovery (MED)

• RFC 5171—Unidirectional Link Detection (UDLD) Protocol

Advanced Layer-2 Features

• Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting (AAA) • Broadcast Storm Recovery

• Broadcast/Multicast/Unknown unicast storm recovery • DHCP Snooping

• IGMP Snooping Querier

• Multicast VLAN Registration (MVR)

• Independent VLAN Learning (IVL) support • IPv6 Classification APIs

• Jumbo Ethernet frame support

• Port MAC locking

• Port mirroring

• Protected ports

• Static MAC filtering

• TACACS+

• Voice VLANs

• Unauthenticated VLAN

• Internal 802.1X Authentication Server

• CLI Filtering

• Switchport mode configuration

• Link Dependency

• IPv6 RA Guard (Stateless)

SECURITY

• Permit/deny actions for inbound IP and Layer-2 traffic classification based on:

• Time-Based ACL

• Source/Destination IP address

• TCP/UDP Source/Destination port

• IP Protocol Type

• Type of Service (ToS) or differentiated services (DSCP) field • Source/Destination MAC address

• EtherType

• IEEE 802.1p user priority (outer and/or inner VLAN tag)

• VLAN ID (outer and/or inner VLAN tag)

• RFC 1858—Security Considerations for IP Fragment Filtering

Optional ACL Rule Attributes

• Assign flow to a specific Class of Service (CoS) queue • Redirect matching traffic flows

SYSTEM FACILITIES

• Event and error logging facility

• Run-time and configuration download capability

• PING utility

• Xmodem

• FTP Transfers via IPv4/IPv6

• Malicious Code Detection

• RFC 768—UDP

• RFC 783—TFTP

• RFC 791—IP

• RFC 792—ICMP

• RFC 793—TCP

• RFC 826—ARP

• RFC 894—Transmission of IP datagrams over Ethernet networks • RFC 896—Congestion control in IP/TCP networks

• RFC 951—BOOTP

• RFC 1034—Domain names - concepts and facilities

• RFC 1035—Domain names - implementation and specification • RFC 1321—Message digest algorithm

• RFC 1534—Interoperability between BOOTP and DHCP

• RFC 2021—Remote network monitoring management

information base version 2

• RFC 2030—Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP)

• RFC 2131—DHCP relay

• RFC 2132—DHCP options and BOOTP vendor extensions • RFC 2819—Remote Network Monitoring Management

Information Base

• RFC 2865—RADIUS client

• RFC 2866—RADIUS accounting

• RFC 2868—RADIUS attributes for tunnel protocol support • RFC 2869—RADIUS Extensions

• RFC 3579—RADIUS support for EAP

• RFC 3580—IEEE 802.1X RADIUS usage guidelines

• RFC 3164—The BSD syslog protocol

• RFC 3580—802.1X RADIUS Usage Guidelines

• RFC 5176—Dynamic Authorization Server

(Disconnect-Request processing only)

MANAGEMENT

• HiveManager NG

• Industry-standard CLI

• IPv6 management

• Password management

• Autoinstall support for firmware images and config files • SNMP v1, v2, and v3

• SSH 1.5 and 2.0

• RFC 4252: SSH authentication protocol

• RFC 4253: SSH transport layer protocol

• RFC 4254: SSH connection protocol

• RFC 4251: SSH protocol architecture

• RFC 4716: SECSH public key file format

• RFC 4419: Diffie-Hellman group exchange for the SSH

transport layer protocol

• SSL 3.0 and TLS 1.0

• RFC 2246: The TLS protocol, version 1.0

• RFC 2818: HTTP over TLS

• RFC 3268: AES cipher suites for transport layer security • Secure Copy (SCP)

• Telnet

• Web

Advanced Management Features

Industry Standard CLI with the following features: • Scripting capability

• Command completion

• Context sensitive help

• Optional user password encryption • Multi-session Telnet server

SNMP MIBs

Switching MIBs

• IEEE 802.1X MIB (IEEE 802.1-PAE-MIB 2004 Revision)

• IEEE 802.3AD MIB (IEEE 802.3-AD-MIB)

• IANAifType-MIB

• FASTPATH Enterprise MIBs for full configuration support of

switching features

• RFC 1213—MIB II

• RFC 1493—Bridge MIB

• RFC 1612—DNS resolver MIB extensions

• RFC 1643—Definitions of managed objects for the

Ethernet-like interface types

• RFC 2233—Interfaces group MIB using SMI v2

• RFC 2613—SMON MIB

• RFC 2618—RADIUS authentication client MIB

• RFC 2620—RADIUS accounting MIB

• RFC 2674—VLAN MIB

• RFC 2737—Entity MIB version 2

• RFC 2819—RMON groups 1, 2, 3, and 9

• RFC 2863—IF-MIB

• RFC 2925—Definitions of Managed Objects for Remote

Ping, Traceroute, and Lookup Operations

• RFC 3273—RMON Groups 1, 2, and 3

• RFC 3291—Textual conventions for Internet network addresses • RFC 3434—RMON Groups 1, 2, and 3

• RFC 4022—TCP-MIB

• RFC 4113—UDP-MIB

Quality of Service MIBs

• MIBs for full configuration support of DiffServ, ACL, and CoS functionality

• RFC 3289—Management information base for the DiffServ architecture (read-only)

QUALITY OF SERVICE

Classify traffic based on same criteria as ACLs and optionally: • Mark the IP DSCP or Precedence header fields

• Police the flow to a specific rate with two-color aware support • RFC 2474—Definition of the differentiated services

field (DS field) in the IPv4 and IPv6 headers

• RFC 2475—An architecture for differentiated services • RFC 2597—Assured forwarding Per-Hop Behavior

(PHB) group

• RFC 2697—Single-rate policing

• RFC 3246—An expedited forwarding PHB

• RFC 3260—New terminology and clarifications for DiffServ

Class of Service (CoS) Queue Mapping Configuration

• AutoVoIP – Automatic CoS settings for VoIP • IP DSCP-to-queue mapping

• Configurable interface trust mode

(IEEE 802.1p, DSCP, or untrusted)

• Interface egress shaping rate

• Strict priority versus weighted scheduling per queue

48 x 1 GE Ports Downlink Ports

4 x 10 GE SFP+ Uplink Ports

740W PoE Budget

128 Gbps Switching Capacity

This Aerohive Networks device is backed by a limited lifetime hardware warranty. HiveCare Community Support is included with the Connect Switch.

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