which is recomended switch

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Jul 1st, 2008

switches should be capable to operate in Active/Active or Active/Standby configuration.

•9-slot rack mountable modular chassis with FAN tray.

•Modular, field-replaceable, load-sharing redundant power supplies with industrial type power socket.

•Single main switch fabric processor module with minimum 600 Gbps backplane and two Gigabit Ethernet ports. Also it should be capable to support redundant switch fabric processor module.

•2 x 48 Port 10/100/1000 Ethernet high performance module designed for server connectivity.

•1 x 24-Port 1000 Base-X SEP mixed media high performance module

•1 x Firewall modules capable to support Active / Active or Active / Standby configuration, stateful inspection engine, NAT, PAT, minimum 30 DMZ, fast policy processing, 5Gbps throughput, 50,000 connections per second, 500,000 concurrent connections and stateful failover between two chassis and with in the same chassis. L2 deployment support. Built-in firewall module management Software.

•The offered switch should be capable to support more than one firewall module in a single chassis.

•Independent L2 and L3 - L4 software support.

•Minimum 300 mpps L3 performance.

•Support for hot-swappable and upgradeable modules.

•Capability to integrate load balancing and intrusion detection modules.

•Port mirroring with simultaneous mirroring of both input and output traffic on one or more source ports / VLAN.

•In hardware support for multicast, routing and ACLs

•IPv4 and IPv6 protocol suit support

•IEEE 802.3ad port aggregation support

•Wide range of LAN module support including auto sensing 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet, and 10G Ethernet.

•Layer 3 routing protocols (RIPV2,OSPF, BGP) support

•VRRP / HSRP, MSTP,RSTP support.

•Advanced QoS and traffic rate limiting support.•

RSPAN & SPAN support.

•Centralized VLAN management, PVLAN and up to 1000 VLAN support.

• SNMPv2, SNMPv3 and RMON support

- Multiple spanning tree group and VLAN tagging support.

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mujahidpasha Wed, 07/02/2008 - 00:09

Hi All

can we choose the Cisco 6509 switch with Supervisor Engine 720.

please suggest.

does this model support L4 features?

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