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VME and CPCI Gig & 10 Gig ethernet switch from Dedicated Sytems Australia

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ComEth4300a is built on the latest generation of Gigabit switch engines and PHY transceivers, and is avaiable from Dedicated Systems Australia . Its highly integrated chip incorporates a full layer 3 router with optimized power consumption.

ComEth4300a ethernet switch supports full-wire speed L2 bridging and L3 IPV4/V6 Unicast and Multicast routing with L2-L4 advanced traffic classification, filtering and prioritization. For instance, it can provide strict priority traffic and filtering needed for delay-sensitive or critical applications.

ComEth4300a ports are compatible with both PICMG 2.16 or VITA 31.1 system. Twenty Gig Ethernet ports are routed on rear I/O in compliance with PICMG 2.16. The four remaining Gig Ethernet channels are available on the front or on the rear panel. On the front panel, depending on equipment, those four channels are available for copper links using RJ45 or fiber links using LC connectors.
wo 10G Ports are available on the front panel according to the XAUI/10GB CX4 standard. The two others are available through an on-board high speed connector.
ComEth4300a ethernet switch provides the ideal solution to implement high port density stackable systems.

Management Capabilities:

The ComEth4300a ethernet switch can be monitored from a browser, a CLI or SNMP. The whole system can be easily managed and handled. A comprehensive Built-In-Test makes the maintenance of this switch easy. Many additional functions are provided on this fully managed version :

Configuration of all the PHY and switch parameters, ports monitoring, static MAC address, QoS policy, Multicast and VLAN control, STP/RSTP protocols, MAC security monitoring of all statistical counters and an extensive list of RMON counters.

The Switchware software provides layer 3 functions, allowing local IP forwarding (IPv4/ IPv6), static and dynamic protocols (RIP, OSPF) routing, proxy-ARP and DHCP-relay. While IP routing and L3 protocols are carried out by the processor the forwarding is handled by a full-wire speed L3 engine router.

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