Commutateur Ethernet PowerConnect B-RX8

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Dell PowerConnect B RX8


The PowerConnect B-RX8 is a Layer 2/3 highly available switch, that scales cost effectively from the enterprise edge to the core.

Modular Layer 2/3 Ethernet Switch

Emerging needs such as application convergence, non-stop operation, scalability and IPv6- readiness place new demands on the network. Modern network solutions must be assessed across a wider set of attributes than earlier generation equipment. In particular, the network must be evaluated on merits that include performance, reliability, scalability, quality of service, security and total cost of ownership (TCO).

The PowerConnect B-RX8 Layer 2/3 Ethernet switch excels in all of these areas, enabling network designers to deploy an Ethernet infrastructure that addresses today’s requirements with a scalable architecture designed to support network growth and evolution. The PowerConnect B-RX8 incorporates the latest advances in switch architecture, system resilience, quality of service and switch security in a family of modular chassis setting leading industry benchmarks for price-performance, scalability and TCO.

High Availability Architecture

Redundant and resilient design ensures high availability operation for demanding environments. This includes a Management Module that is systems configured with dual management modules with sub detection and fail-over, as well as Switch Fabric Elelment Redundancy and Hitless Management Failover. In addition, the chassis supports M+N power (M = Number of supplies needed for fully loaded system and N = 1 to M supply redundancy) module redundancy for AC and DC power configurations.

Advanced Capabilities in the Datacenter

Industry-Leading Layer 2 Features
To provide self-healing topologies in Layer 2 configurations, the PowerConnect B-RX8 supports industry standard Ethernet protocols including Spanning Tree Protocol (STP), Rapid Spanning Tree (RSTP), per VLAN STP (PVST) and per VLAN group STP (PVGST). It also supports Brocade Metro Ring Protocol (MRP) for sub-second service restoration in ring topologies. Additionally, it supports multi-instance spanning tree, VLAN topology grouping and VLAN tunneling for advanced Layer 2 service configurations.

Robust Layer 3 Feature Set
With Brocade IronWare™ software suite brought to you by Dell™ , the switch includes scalable EGP and IGP routing protocols such as BGPv4, OSFP, IS-IS, Direct Routing, Policy-Based Routing, and a Comprehensive Multicast Feature Set. In addition, the PowerConnect B-RX8 includes VRRP and VRRPE, ebaling the switch to operate as a backup router to other

Advanced Quality of Service

The PowerConnect B-RX8 Allows administrators to enforce QoS policies based on port, VLAN, source MAC, ACL rules, 802.1p priority, Type of Service (ToS), DiffServ settings or Rate Limiting status

  • Very Low Latency Across all Packet Sizes: Consistent low latency for strict priority applications such as voice over IP, high performance computing and video over IP
  • Configurable Combinations of Queuing Disciplines and Congestion Control Policies: Combinations of Strict Priority (SP) and Weighted Fair Queuing (WFQ) provide flexibility for network administrators. In the event of egress port congestion, traffic policies can be configured for tail drop or weighted random early detection (WRED) operation.
  • Advanced Bandwidth Management: Allows intelligent bandwidth management using hardware based enforcement of Committed Information Rate (CIR) with Excess Burst control capabilities and seamless integration with other advanced QoS features including priority marking and honoring.


Advanced Security

Wire-speed Extended Layer 2, Layer 3 and 4 Access Control Lists (ACL) control packet forwarding and restrict access to the system management interface, while providing wire-speed switching and routing:

  • Extensible ACL Implementation for Layer 3 and 4 Information: Identifies traffic based on source or destination IP address, IP protocol type, TCP or UDP port, IP precedence or ToS values
  • Flexible ACL Implementation for Layer 2 Information: Identifies traffic based on source or destination MAC address, Ethernet type, VLAN-ID values and 802.1p values
  • ACL Scalability: Support for up to 8,000 ACLs
  • Ease of Administration: Identify an ACL by name or number, or add a comment line for ease of administration
  • Secure Shell and Secure Copy: Provides secure access to the administration and management interface over the network


Attributs des ports

  • Feature

    I/O Module Slot : 8
    Available data capacity : 800 Gbps
    Total switch capacity : 1.92 Tbps
    Packet forwarding capacity per system : 571 Mpps
    Max 10-GbE ports per system* : 128
    Max 1-GbE ports per system : 384
    Height (inches/rack units) : 12.25"/7RU
    Airflow : Side-to-Side
    Power supply redundancy : M+N

    Blade Options

    Modules available: 
    Management Module
    Fabric Module
    Interface Module
    Power Supply

    Interface Modules:
    4-port 10 GbE Interface Module (XFP)
    16-port 10 GbE Interface Module (SFP+)
    24-port 10/100/1000 MbE Interface Module (RJ45)
    48-port 10/100/1000Base-T, MRJ21 module for PowerConnect B RX Series
    24-port 100/1000 MbE Interface Module (SFP)


  • Options de sécurité élémentaires

    Secure Shell (SSH v2)
    Secure Copy (SCP)
    Nom d'utilisateur/Mot de passe (Défi et Réponse)
    Mode d'accès à deux niveaux (niveau standard et EXEC)
    Protection contre les attaques par déni de service, telles que les attaques TCP SYN ou par réflexion

    Approbations des agences de sécurité

    CAN/CSA-C22.2 N°60950-00/UL 60950—Troisième édition, Sécurité des matériels de traitement de l'information
    EN 60825-1 : Sécurité des appareils à laser - Partie 1 : classification des matériels, prescriptions et guide de l'utilisateur
    EN 60825-2 : Sécurité des appareils à laser - Partie 2 : sécurité des systèmes de télécommunication par fibres optiques (STFO)
    EN 60950 : Matériels de traitement de l'information - Sécurité


  • Interface graphique utilisateur d'IronView Network Manager (INM) basée sur le Web
    Interface de ligne de commande standard intégrée
    RFC 3176 – sFlow
    RFC 854 – TELNET
    RFC 2068 – HTTP
    RFC 2578 et 3410 – SNMPv2 et v3
    RFC 1757 – Groupe RMON partiel pour 1, complet pour 2, 3 et 9
    HP OpenView pour Sun Solaris, HP-UX, AIX d'IBM, Linux et Windows NT


  • Dimensions
    17.45w x 12.21h x 22.5d in
    44.32w x 31.01h x 57.15d cm


    Mounting Options
    19 Universal EIA 310 (Telco) Rack or Tabletop

Normes prises en charge

  • IEEE Compliance

    802.3ae 10-Gigabit Ethernet
    802.3x Flow Control
    802.3ad Link Aggregation
    802.1Q VLAN Tagging
    802.1D Bridging
    802.1w Rapid STP
    802.1s Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol
    802.1X User authentication
    802.3 Ethernet Like MIB

    RFC Compliance


    RFC 4271 BGPv4
    RFC 1745 OSPF interactions
    RFC 1997 Communities & Attributes
    RFC 2439 route flap dampening
    RFC 2796 route reflection
    RFC 3065 BGP4 confederations
    RFC 3392 Capability Advertisement
    RFC 2918 Route Refresh Capability
    RFC 1269 Managed Objects for BGP
    RFC 1657 Managed Objects for BGP-4 using SMIv2
    RFC 3682 Generalized TTL Security Mechanism for eBGP Session Protection
    RFC 2385 BGP Session Protection via TCP MD5
    draft-ietf-idr-restart Graceful Restart for BGP


    RFC 2178 OSPF
    RFC 1583 OSPF v2
    RFC 3101 OSPF NSSA
    RFC 1745 OSPF Interactions
    RFC 1765 OSPF Database Overflow
    RFC 1850 OSPF v2 MIB and Traps
    RFC 2154 OSPF w/Digital Signatures (Password, MD-5)
    RFC 2328 OSPF v2
    RFC 2370 OSPF Opaque LSA Option
    RFC 3623 Graceful OSPF Restart


    RFC 1195 Routing in TCP/IP and Dual Environments
    RFC 2763 Dynamic Host Name Exchange
    RFC 2966 Domain-wide Prefix Distribution
    RFC 3567 IS-IS Cryptographic Authentication (MDS)


    RFC 1058 RIP v1
    RFC 1723 RIP v2
    RFC 1812 RIP Requirements

    IP Multicast

    RFC 1122 Host Extensions
    RFC 1256 ICMP Router Discovery Protocol
    RFC 1112 IGMP
    RFC 2236 IGMP v2
    RFC 2362 PIM-SM
    RFC 3973 PIM-DM
    PIM-DM v1
    DVMRP v3-07
    RFC 1075 DVMRP v2
    RFC 2336 IGMP v2
    RFC 3618 MSDP
    RFC 2283 MBGP
    RFC 2858 BGP-MP
    RFC 3376 IGMP v3
    RFC 3446 Anycast RP
    RFC 4541 Considerations for IGMP and MLD Snooping

    General Protocols

    RFC 791 IP
    RFC 792 ICMP
    RFC 793 TCP
    RFC 783 TFTP
    RFC 826 ARP
    RFC 768 UDP
    RFC 894 IP over Ethernet
    RFC 903 RARP
    RFC 906 TFTP Bootstrap
    RFC 1027 Proxy ARP
    RFC 950 Subnets
    RFC 951 BootP
    RFC 1122 Host Requirements
    RFC 1256 IRDP
    RFC 1519 CIDR
    RFC 1542 BootP Extensions
    RFC 1812 General Routing
    RFC 1541 and 1542 DHCP
    RFC 2131 BootP/DHCP Helper
    RFC 3768 VRRP
    RFC 854 TELNET
    RFC 1591 DNS (client)
    RFC 2784 GRE
    RFC 1191 Path MTU Discovery
    RFC 896 Congestion Control
    RFC 3635 Pause Control
    RFC 1858 IP Fragment Filtering
    RFC 1340 Assigned Numbers


    RFC 2578 SMIv2
    RFC 2579 Textual Conventions for SMIv2
    RFC 2665 Ethernet Interface MIB
    RFC 1354 IP Forwarding MIB
    RFC 1757 RMON Groups Partial 1, full for 2, 3, 9
    RFC 2068 HTTP
    RFC 2030 SNTP
    RFC 2138 RADIUS
    RFC 3176 sFlow

    IPv6 Core

    RFC 2373 IPv6 Addressing architecture
    RFC 1886 DNS Extensions to support IPv6
    RFC 1887 IPV6 Unicast address allocation architecture
    RFC 2374 IPv6 aggregatable global Unicast address format
    RFC 2450 Proposed TLA and NLA Assignment Rules
    RFC 2471 IPv6 testing address allocation
    RFC 2526 Reserved IPv6 subnet anycast address
    RFC 2928 Initial IPv6 sub TLA ID assignments
    RFC 2460 IPv6 Specification
    RFC 2461 IPv6 Neighbor Discovery
    RFC 2462 IPv6 Stateless Address Auto-configuration
    RFC 4443 ICMPv6
    RFC 3513 IPv6 Addressing Architecture
    RFC 1981 IPv6 Path MTU Discovery
    RFC 3587 IPv6 Global Unicast Address Format
    RFC 2375 IPv6 Multicast Address Assignments
    RFC 2464 Transmission of IPv6 over Ethernet Networks
    RFC 2711 IPv6 Router Alert Option
    RFC 3363 DNS support

    IPv6 Routing

    RFC 2080 RIPng for IPv6
    RFC 2740 OSPFv3 for IPv6
    IETF Draft_ietf_isis_IPv6 IS-IS for IPv6
    RFC 2545 Use of MP-BGP-4 for IPv6

    IPv6 Multicast

    RFC 2362 PIM-SM
    RFC 2710 Multicast Listener Discovery (MLD) for IPv6
    RFC 3306 Unicast-Prefix-based IPv6 Multicast Addresses
    RFC 3810 MLDv2
    RFC 4602 PIM-SM (Partial Address)
    draft-holbrook-idmr-igmpv3-ssm—IGMPv3 & MDLV2 for SSM
    draft-ietf-ssm-arch SSM for IP

    IPv6 Transitioning

    RFC 2893 Transition Mechanisms for IPv6 Hosts and Routers
    RFC 3056 Connection of IPv6 Domains via IPv4 Clouds

Conditions environnementales de fonctionnement

  • Température de fonctionnement : 0 à 40 °C
    Humidité relative : 5 à 90 % à 40 °C , sans condensation
    Altitude de fonctionnement : 3 000 m
    Température de stockage : -25 à 70 °C
    Humidité de stockage : humidité relative maximale de 95 %, sans condensation
    Altitude de stockage : 15 000 pieds au maximum


  • @ 100 VAC

    Current Amps : 24
    Power Watts : 2,417
    Thermal Output BTU/Hr : 8,249

    @ 200 VAC

    Current Amps : 12
    Power Watts : 2,417
    Thermal Output BTU/Hr : 8,249

    @ -48 VDC

    Current Amps : 50
    Power Watts : 2,417
    Thermal Output BTU/Hr : 8,249

Respect des réglementations

  • BGPv4
    RFC 4271 – BGPv4
    RFC 1745 – Interactions OSPF
    RFC 1997 – Communautés et attributs
    RFC 2439 – Réduction du battement de route
    RFC 2796 – Réflexion de route
    RFC 3065 – Confédérations BGP4
    RFC 3392 – Publicité des capacités
    RFC 2918 – Fonctionnalité d'actualisation de route
    RFC 1269 – Objets gérés pour BGP
    RFC 1657 – Objets gérés pour BGP-4 à l'aide de SMIv2
    RFC 3682 – Mécanisme de sécurité généralisé du protocole TTL pour la protection des sessions eBGP
    RFC 2385 – Protection des sessions BGP via TCP MD5
    draft-ietf-idr-restart – Redémarrage correct de BGP

    RFC 2178 – OSPF
    RFC 1583 – OSPF v2
    RFC 3101 – NSSA OSPF
    RFC 1745 – Interactions OSPF
    RFC 1765 – Saturation de base de données OSPF
    RFC 1850 – OSPF v2 MIB et interruptions
    RFC 2154 – OSPF avec signatures numériques (mot de passe, MD5)
    RFC 2328 – OSPF v2
    RFC 2370 – Option OSPF LSA opaque
    RFC 3623 – Redémarrage correct d'OSPF

    RFC 1195 – Routage dans les environnements TCP/IP et doubles
    RFC 2763 – Échange de noms d'hôte dynamiques
    RFC 2966 – Distribution de préfixes à l'échelle du domaine
    RFC 3567 – Authentification chiffrée IS-IS (MDS)

    RFC 1058 – RIP v1
    RFC 1723 – RIP v2
    RFC 1812 – Exigences RIP

    Multidiffusion IP
    RFC 1122 – Extensions d'hôte
    RFC 1256 – Protocole de détection de routeur ICMP
    RFC 1112 – IGMP
    RFC 2236 – IGMP v2
    RFC 2362 – PIM-SM
    RFC 3973 – PIM-DM
    PIM-DM v1
    DVMRP v3-07
    RFC 1075 – DVMRP v2
    RFC 2336 – IGMP v2
    RFC 3618 – MSDP
    RFC 2283 – MBGP
    RFC 2858 – BGP-MP
    RFC 3376 – IGMP v3
    RFC 3446 – Anycast RP
    RFC 4541 – Considérations sur la surveillance IGMP et MLD

    Protocoles généraux
    RFC 791 – IP
    RFC 792 – ICMP
    RFC 793 – TCP
    RFC 783 – TFTP
    RFC 826 – ARP
    RFC 768 – UDP
    RFC 894 – IP sur Ethernet
    RFC 903 – RARP
    RFC 906 – Démarrage TFTP
    RFC 1027 – Proxy ARP
    RFC 950 – Sous-réseaux
    RFC 951 – BootP
    RFC 1122 – Exigences d'hôte
    RFC 1256 – IRDP
    RFC 1519 – CIDR
    RFC 1542 – Extensions BootP
    RFC 1812 – Routage général
    RFC 1541 et 1542 DHCP
    RFC 2131 – Assistance BootP/DHCP
    RFC 3768 – VRRP
    RFC 854 – TELNET
    RFC 1591 – DNS (client)
    RFC 2784 – GRE
    RFC 1191 – Détection de MTU de chemin
    RFC 896 – Contrôle de la congestion
    RFC 3635 – Contrôle de pause
    RFC 1858 – Filtrage de fragments IP
    RFC 1340 – Numéros affectés

    RFC 2578 – SMIv2
    RFC 2579 – Conventions textuelles pour SMIv2
    RFC 2665 – Ethernet Interface MIB
    RFC 1354 – MIB transfert IP
    RFC 1757 – Groupes RMON partiels pour 1, complets pour 2, 3, 9
    RFC 2068 – HTTP
    RFC 2030 – SNTP
    RFC 2138 – RADIUS
    RFC 3176 – sFlow

    Protocole de base IPv6
    RFC 2373 – Architecture d'adressage IPv6
    RFC 1886 – Extensions DNS pour la prise en charge IPv6
    RFC 1887 – Architecture d'allocation d'adresse de monodiffusion IPV6
    RFC 2374 – Format d'adresse de monodiffusion globale regroupable IPv6
    RFC 2450 – Règles d'affectation TLA et NLA proposées
    RFC 2471 – Allocation d'adresse de test IPv6
    RFC 2526 – Adresse anycast de sous-réseau IPv6 réservée
    RFC 2928 – Affectations initiales d'ID TLA de sous-réseau IPv6
    RFC 2460 – Spécification IPv6
    RFC 2461 – Détection des voisins IPv6
    RFC 2462 – Configuration automatique d'adresses IPv6 sans état
    RFC 4443 – ICMPv6
    RFC 3513 – Architecture d'adressage IPv6
    RFC 1981 – Détection de MTU de chemin IPv6
    RFC 3587 – Format d'adresse de monodiffusion globale IPv6
    RFC 2375 – Affectation d'adresses de monodiffusion IPv6
    RFC 2464 – Transmission du protocole IPv6 via des réseaux Ethernet
    RFC 2711 – Option d'alerte de routeur IPv6
    RFC 3363 – Prise en charge DNS

    Routage IPv6
    RFC 2080 – RIPng pour IPv6
    RFC 2740 – OSPFv3 pour IPv6
    IETF Draft_ietf_isis_IPv6 IS-IS pour IPv6
    RFC 2545 – Utilisation de MP-BGP-4 pour IPv6

    Multidiffusion IPv6
    RFC 2362 – PIM-SM
    RFC 2710 – MLD (Multicast Listener Discovery) pour IPv6
    RFC 3306 – Adresses de multidiffusion IPv6 Unicast-Prefix-based
    RFC 3810 – MLDv2
    RFC 4602 – PIM-SM (adresse partielle)
    draft-holbrook-idmr-igmpv3-ssm—IGMPv3 & MDLV2 pour SSM
    draft-ietf-ssm-arch SSM pour IP

    Transition IPv6
    RFC 2893 – Mécanismes de transition pour hôtes et routeurs IPv6
    RFC 3056 – Connexion de domaines IPv6 via des nuages IPv4
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