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Alcatel IP infrastructure solution Data Business Development Alcatel IP infrastructure solution Data Business Development
Presentation Title – DATA 2 All rights reserved © 2002, Alcatel > To succeed in the transition to e-business, companies are dissolving borders… between local and remote – (markets, employees, partners,...) between owned and consumed – (networks, managed services, applications, supply chain,…) Borderless Enterprise Borderless Enterprise Mission-critical Networking Business Flexibility Employee and Customer Relationships New Economic Models
Presentation Title – DATA 3 All rights reserved © 2002, Alcatel Standard Based : a must have > Standards cover every need IETF for Layer 3 and above IETF for Layer 3 and above IEEE for layer 2 IEEE for layer 2 > Standards to improve cost saving Interoperability with existing equipment Interoperability with existing equipment Solutions have to last : important to protect the investment Solutions have to last : important to protect the investment Standards remove the greatest part of installation hazards Standards remove the greatest part of installation hazards The end user can select a single sourcewithout being locked forever The end user can select a single source without being locked forever
Presentation Title – DATA 4 All rights reserved © 2002, Alcatel Standard Based What supports that Standard based Standard based RIP, OSPF, BGP4, IGMP 802.1p/Q, TOS, DiffServ, H323, SIP, H323, SIP, SNMP, HTTP LDAP, RADIUS …. Compliant with all relevant standards Support of all standard protocols for Support of all standard protocols for IP Routing IP Routing RIP, OSPF, BGP4, VRRP, PIM QoS tagging and mapping QoS tagging and mapping 802.1p, ToS, DiffServ Network Management Network Management SNMP V1&V3, HTTPs, SSL, SSH VoIP VoIP H323, SIP Directory based services Directory based services LDAP, RADIUS Security Security802.1x
Presentation Title – DATA 5 All rights reserved © 2002, Alcatel Avaibility concerns > End-users need continuous data network access > Every vendor claims high availability > Can your data network deliver the carrier class availability for voice? And at what cost? Lets look at what can go wrong…
Presentation Title – DATA 6 All rights reserved © 2002, Alcatel Availability 99.999% > The network operates equal to or better than 99.999% of the time 5.26 minutes Equals 5.26 minutes of downtime per year > Carrier class availability consists of… No traffic interruption No traffic interruption w/component or SW failure or Configuration loads Non stop operation when management module failover No capacity loss with fabric module failover On-line component swapping Load sharing components Networking recovery components Network component availability monitoring > At the edge; not simply at the core Users require dial tone availability at the edge Data centers require highest availability also
Presentation Title – DATA 7 All rights reserved © 2002, Alcatel Smart Continuous Switching Fast switch management restoration Fast switch management restoration Ability to maintain... Existing connections, L2 topology Ability to maintain... Existing connections, L2 topology Ability to react … L2 topology change Ability to react … L2 topology change Ability to learn … New addresses, new flows Ability to learn … New addresses, new flows Element resiliency Redundancy everywhere Redundancy everywhere Hot swap everything Hot swap everything Equipment protection Equipment protection Thermal shutdown Thermal shutdown Service protection Service protection Dual image / config Dual image / config Automatic rollback Automatic rollback Network resiliency Layer 2, Layer 3 Layer 2, Layer 3 FSTP, OSPF ECMP, VRRP FSTP, OSPF ECMP, VRRP Powerful aggregation Powerful aggregation 802.3ad 802.3ad Cross module Cross module 32 aggr – up to 16 links per aggr 32 aggr – up to 16 links per aggr Carrier Class Availability What supports that
Presentation Title – DATA 8 All rights reserved © 2002, Alcatel Performances concerns Switching technology has matured…offering wire-rate performance and scalability in the core In the wiring closet, L2 & L2/L3 stackable and chassis switches In the backbone and data center, L3 chassis switches
Presentation Title – DATA 9 All rights reserved © 2002, Alcatel Performance AND Intelligence > Pure Horse Power is NOT enough tailor the network performance based on users, services or resources types > The ability to tailor the network performance based on users, services or resources types regardless of location > Distributed Intelligence is not only horsepower Wirespeed services Wirespeed services; not just capacity VoIP VoIP needs more than big pipes mission critical and delay sensitive applications inevitable Intelligence means ensuring mission critical and delay sensitive applications get through despite inevitable network bottlenecks (servers access, WAN access, aggregation points ) > Distributed Intelligence consists of… Wirespeed everywhere: Wirespeed everywhere: No feature or performance bottleneck Wirespeed everything: Wirespeed everything: L2/L3/L4, ACLs, Load Balancing, QoS Prioritization, Bandwidth management & Congestion control … All in 10-Gig ready architecture
Presentation Title – DATA 10 All rights reserved © 2002, Alcatel Performance&Scalability What supports that Performance Superior performances&Scalability Unprecedented capabilities Unprecedented capabilities Up to 512 Gbps of switching per node Up to 16 10 gigabit ports Up to 384 Gigabit ports Up to 400 10/100 ports Scalability for every segment Scalability for every segmentWorkgroupConcentration Core backbone All network services at wirespeed All network services at wirespeed Solutions for all legacy technologies Solutions for all legacy technologies
Presentation Title – DATA 11 All rights reserved © 2002, Alcatel Wirespeed Intelligence What supports that Intelligence Distributed Architecture Unprecedented acceleration of services Unprecedented acceleration of services ASIC-based ACL, QoS, NAT, SLB ASIC-based ACL, QoS, NAT, SLB Distributed Parallel software processing Distributed Parallel software processing Quality of Service Extensive L2,3,4 classification Extensive L2,3,4 classification Unique QoS mapping capability Unique QoS mapping capability Bandwidth management: 2048 queues / blade Bandwidth management: 2048 queues / blade One Touch QoS One Touch QoS Native Server Load Balancing Virtual IP based, server health check Virtual IP based, server health check Enterprise focused implementation Enterprise focused implementation Simple, Native, Wirerate Simple, Native, Wirerate
Presentation Title – DATA 12 All rights reserved © 2002, Alcatel Ready for Convergence What supports that Embedded VoIP support IP Phone Power feeding IP Phone Power feeding IP Phone automatic detection IP Phone automatic detection Readiness for converged network Complete voice and data offer Complete voice and data offer Advanced QoS Advanced QoS Wirespeed processing Wirespeed processing Coherent management system Coherent management system Convergence
Presentation Title – DATA 13 All rights reserved © 2002, Alcatel Disaster recovery Branch Office Wiring closet PBX Remote user Data Center Internet WAN PSTN Manageability concerns > Generally IT staff… Set thresholds Interpret traps React to alarms Report > Whatever happened to policy based networking? QoS? Security? Just too complex… Business partners Network operations
Presentation Title – DATA 14 All rights reserved © 2002, Alcatel OneTouch Manageability? > Easy configuration little to no administration effort > Easy configuration of a networks users and/or elements with little to no administration effort > OneTouch Manageability consists of… Push button ease of use Push button ease of use Automatic settings of complex network functions (QoS, Security) Automatic settings of complex network functions (QoS, Security) Dynamic and secured support of mobility Dynamic and secured support of mobility Settings automatically replicated to all switches in network Policy-based management with an LDAP architecture Single GUI Single GUI and full switch access capacity through Web based managed or NMS console Coherent NMS system to support data and voice Coherent NMS system to support data and voice
Presentation Title – DATA 15 All rights reserved © 2002, Alcatel Manageability What supports that Manageability Easy and sophisticated management End-to-End consistent solution End-to-End consistent solution A single application for all data products Network wide configuration same system for voice and data Centralized configuration database Easy sharing of network management tasks Easy sharing of network management tasks partitioned management partitioned management Flexible solution Flexible solution Embedded Web based application with access to all functions
Presentation Title – DATA 16 All rights reserved © 2002, Alcatel Dynamic Mobility What supports that Mobility Unmatched VLAN Flexibility for secure mobility Security Binding VLAN: Based on simultaneous traffic criteria Binding VLAN: Based on simultaneous traffic criteria port, Mac, protocol, addr port, Mac, protocol, addr A-VLAN: User placed in VLAN based on 802.1x or advanced authentication A-VLAN: User placed in VLAN based on 802.1x or advanced authentication Mobile VLAN: Device placed in VLAN based on traffic characteristics Mobile VLAN: Device placed in VLAN based on traffic characteristics Port Port Mac Mac Protocol Protocol Subnet Subnet DHCP port rule DHCP port rule DHCP mac rule DHCP mac rule Custom Custom
Presentation Title – DATA 17 All rights reserved © 2002, Alcatel Disaster recovery Branch Office Wiring closet PBX Remote user Data Center Internet WAN PSTN Business partners Network operations Security concerns Unauthorized use of device ports Accidental or negligent configurations After hours network access External security breaches End-users: Different levels of access Internal security breaches Authorized users misbehaving Remote users: Unprotected assets
Presentation Title – DATA 18 All rights reserved © 2002, Alcatel Multi-Layer Security > Controlling user access and the protection from unintentional or malicious network infrastructure corruption > Multi-layer Security consists of… Controlling access to the network, components and resources OF the device, TO the device, THROUGH the device Protection OF the device, TO the device, THROUGH the device Isolating user groups Defending against snooping, hostile intrusion, DoS attacks Providing configuration and administration granularity Providing configuration and administration granularity > Distributed Multi-layer security
Presentation Title – DATA 19 All rights reserved © 2002, Alcatel Distributed Multi-Layer Security What supports that Security Secure Switch Management Security out of the box Security out of the box Device access: IPSA to management services Device access: IPSA to management services User access: standard user authentication User access: standard user authentication User privilege: partitioned management User privilege: partitioned management Secure traffic: SSL, SSH, SNMPv3 Secure traffic: SSL, SSH, SNMPv3 Accounting: extensive logs Accounting: extensive logs Secure Network Access ACL, NAT: ASIC-based ACL, NAT: ASIC-based Unmatched VLAN: mobile, binding, authenticated Unmatched VLAN: mobile, binding, authenticated Enabled Switch Security DOS defense DOS defense Router Authentication Router Authentication High Availability Application support: stonebeat High Availability Application support: stonebeat Distributed Security strategy Switches from edge to core Switches from edge to core IP enabled voice products IP enabled voice products
Presentation Title – DATA 20 All rights reserved © 2002, Alcatel Core Edge BranchWAN 90s Era ComponentsSecurity Intelligence Manageability Availability New Era Networking IP Communications The New Era Dimension
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