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2 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 1 Gigabit Ethernet Networks - Design, Implementation and Management Compaq’s Models 5411/22 Gigabit Ethernet Switches Leading the Way to Gigabit Computing

3 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 2 What We Will Cover  Gigabit Switching 101  Designing a Gigabit Network  Gigabit Tools - Switches  “Watch-out-4’s” - Compaq Difference Cables Cables VLANS VLANS NICs - Servers NICs - Servers

4 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 3 Gigabit Computing - “Gaining Control of Your Network” Carrying Your Network World on Your Shoulders Getting “On Top” of Your Network!

5 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 4 Three Levels of Gigabit Switching  Layer Two Switch  Layer Three Router  Quality of Service Network Device

6 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 5 The Basic Problem 10/100 Switch Ports 100BaseT Backbone

7 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 6 Routers are “Network Traffic Cops”

8 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 7 Guaranteeing Levels of Service  Quality of Service Level 4 (application level) Level 4 (application level) Minimum/maximum bandwidth levels Minimum/maximum bandwidth levels  Class of Service 1-8 classes 1-8 classes Priority levels Priority levels  Type of Service IP header precedence bits IP header precedence bits

9 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 8 Gigabit Networking Concepts

10 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 9 Implementation Strategy - Existing Network Corporate Router (Backbone) Backbone : 800Mb/s Aggr. 100Mb/s Links 4xFE Bonded Links 1000Mb/s Links 10Mb/s Links Department Level 100Mb/s switched Workgroup Level 10Mb/s switched Desktop Level 10Mb/s shared WAN Internet RAS FinanceEngineeringMarketingSales

11 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 10 Implementation Strategy - LAN Router Replacement 5422 Backbone : 3.2Gb/s Aggr. Department Level 100Mb/s switched Workgroup Level 10Mb/s switched Desktop Level 10Mb/s shared WAN Internet RAS Reduced routing latency Increase backbone performance Provided resiliency FinanceEngineeringMarketingSales Router 100Mb/s Links 4xFE Bonded Links 1000Mb/s Links 10Mb/s Links

12 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 11 Implementation Strategy - Upgrade Backbone 5422 Backbone : 8Gb/s Aggr. Department Level 1000Mb/s switched Workgroup Level 100Mb/s switched Desktop Level 10Mb/s switched WAN Internet RAS Router Increase backbone performance Moved switches downward in the infra-structure Lost resiliency FinanceEngineeringMarketingSales 100Mb/s Links 4xFE Bonded Links 1000Mb/s Links 10Mb/s Links 5411

13 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 12 Gigabit Switch 16 100Base-TX & 2 1000Base-SX Legend Backbone Upgrade East Coast Accounting Firm Switched 10BaseT to the Desktop Switched Full Duplex 100Base-TX Uplink Redundant 100Base-TX Uplink using Spanning Tree Switched Full Duplex Load Sharing 1000Base-SX Link Compaq 5226 Ethernet Switch 24 10BaseT & 2 100Base-TX PC Workstations 24 per Workgroup Switch Centralized File Servers

14 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 13 Product Features  5422 Enterprise Switch  16x10/100Base-TX ports Auto-negotiate duplex/speed  6x1000Base-SX Ports  17.5Gb/s Backplane  12M pps L3 forwarding  128K L2 MAC addresses  32K L3 routes  Port bonding/hunt groups  3 Year Limited Warranty 5411 Enterprise Switch 8x10/100Base-TX ports Auto-negotiate duplex/speed 3xGBIC 1000Base-SX/LX Ports + 1xDual-PHY port 8.5Gb/s Backplane 6M pps L3 forwarding 128K L2 MAC addresses 32K L3 routes Port bonding/hunt groups 3 Year Limited Warranty End-to-End Wire Speed Routing

15 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 14 Product Features  Quality of Service (QoS) for  differentiated traffic handling by: Traffic Groups (e.g., TCP session, port, etc) Traffic Groups (e.g., TCP session, port, etc) Profile (e.g., Max/Min bandwidth, Max Delay, etc) Profile (e.g., Max/Min bandwidth, Max Delay, etc) Virtual LANs for Application- oriented policy boundaries: 256 Port based VLANs Span multiple switches 802.1d Spanning Tree Per VLAN 64 Instances 802.1p Type of Service 802.1q VLAN Tagging Application Sensitive Policy-Based QoS Network/System Management CIM/CNMS Integration SNMP manageable Web-server agent RMON groups 1,2,3&9

16 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 15 Basic Parts of QoS Queuing  Defining a Flow, Any combination of: Source Address Source Address Destination Address Destination Address Input Port Input Port Output Port Output Port Application ( email, video, etc) Application ( email, video, etc)  Each Flow has its own Que  Group the Ques to the appropriate Class 2-8 QoS Classes 2-8 QoS Classes  QoS on TCP/IP Use RSVP or Policy based Use RSVP or Policy based Implement through Network Manager Implement through Network Manager

17 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 16 Network - Computer Management CIM CNMS WbEM

18 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 17 Management Management  CNMS Management Product Management Modules for CNMS Product Management Modules for CNMS Graphical Representation in Web and Windows Versions Graphical Representation in Web and Windows Versions SNMP Statistics and RMON Monitoring SNMP Statistics and RMON Monitoring Single Click Access to Web Configuration Utility Single Click Access to Web Configuration Utility  Basic Configuration Tool VLAN VLAN QoS QoS Telnet available to access Command Line Interface Telnet available to access Command Line Interface  Complete Configuration of the Device  Cisco comparable CLI  Ordinox Management HP Openview, SunNet Manager, NetView, ManageWise HP Openview, SunNet Manager, NetView, ManageWise

19 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 18 Models 5411/22 CNMS Management

20 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 19 Models 5411/22 Web Server Configuration

21 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 20 Models 5411/22 Command Line Configuration

22 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 21 Compaq’s Gigabit Computing Strategy Provide all of the Gigabit Ethernet computing components to ensure that customers have a proven solution: Network Computing & Applications Leadership Applications (e.g., SAP, BAAN, PeopleSoft, Oracle) Leadership Servers, Workstations, Desktops + Networking Leadership Gigabit Ethernet Switches/NICs/Fiber Channel Storage + Management Leadership End-to-End Quality of Service (QoS) Leadership CIM/CNMS = Compaq’s Leadership Gigabit Computing Strategy

23 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 22 Compaq - The Gigabit Computing Leader Compaq - The Gigabit Computing Leader 1. Gigabit technology - LAN focus solutions - End to end Network products - Wire speed switch/routing 2. Highly available network solutions - Trunking - Dual homing port - Hot swap PCI - Redundant power 3. Applications Solutions - SAP, BaaN, PeopleSoft, etc. - Scientific modeling - Workstation applications 4. Server & System Optimization - 64 bit 66mhz PCI bus - Network Interface Cards - Integration with cluster technologies (load balancing) - Web based net mgmt. Integrated with servers Providing Integrated Gigabit Solutions

24 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 23 PCI 1056 Mbps EISA 264 Mbps ISA 32 Mbps Bus Bandwidth vs Communications Bandwidth Faster Communications Faster Processors/ Bus Architecture Beget Ethernet 10 Mbps Fast Ethernet 100 Mbps GigabitEthernet 1000 Mbps

25 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 24 64-Bit X 66MHz PCI Bandwidth Emerging 66MHz 64-bit PCI bus will provide bandwidth for 2 or more Gigabit NIC’s + Reliability Fast Ethernet 100 Mbps Ethernet 10 Mbps GigabitEthernet 1000 Mbps PCI 1056 Mbps ISA 32 Mbps EISA 264 Mbps 64b-66MHzPCI 4224 Mbps

26 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 25 Server Cluster Cluster: Interconnected computers work collectively as a single system Purpose: High availability and/or performance scalability Servers Shared Storage Servers  Single System Image  Shared Storage  Cluster Node Communication

27 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 26 ServerNet?  Bi-directional  Point-to-point  Packetized  “Switch” based  Light weight  Reliable  Message passing Hardware Interconnect, with a... Software Interconnect ServerNet is a... Optimized H/W design, with a highly efficient S/W structure - a true “System” Architecture

28 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 27 Cluster types Server- Net Gigabit- Ethernet Gigabit- Ethernet Gigabit- Ethernet Gigabit- Ethernet Fast & Gigabit- Ethernet Fast & Gigabit- Ethernet Fast & Gigabit- Ethernet Fast- Ethernet Storage - Sharing High Availability Application-sharing LOW -END MID- Range HIGH -END

29 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 28 Gigabit for Next Generation Servers  Need for higher bus bandwidth  Emerging 64-bit PCI bus has bandwidth of 4 Gb/s  Need for high availability & performance, redundancy  Automatic fail-over, load-sharing, multi-headed NICs emerging with new Gigabit products

30 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 29 System leadership  Compaq knows systems better, how they connect, and their applications :  Server bus technology : PCI, Hot-Plug PCI, PCI v.2 PCI, Hot-Plug PCI, PCI v.2  SAP, BAAN, SIEBEL WINTEL platform Leadership: SAP 50% marketshare50% SAP 50% marketshare50%  Internet/ Intranet initiatives

31 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 30 Ethernet One Happy Family 10BASE-T 10 100 512 9.6 NA Yes 10Base-FL 100BASE-X 100 10 512.96 4/5 NA No Yes 100Base-FX 1000BASE-X 1000 1 4096.096 8/10 Yes 65,536 No Pending Yes Speed (Mb/s) Bit Times (ns) Slot Time (bt) Inter-frame Gap (us) PCS Encoding Packet Extension Burst Limit (bits) Cabling Category 3,4,5 Category 5 Fiber Optic

32 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 31 Gigabit Ethernet - Media  1000Base-SX Primary cabling used for Gigabit Ethernet Primary cabling used for Gigabit Ethernet Intra-building Intra-building  1000Base-LX Long haul cabling for campus networks Long haul cabling for campus networks Eventually up to 80Km or more Eventually up to 80Km or more  1000Base-CX Switch to switch cabling Switch to switch cabling Not anticipated to be used much Not anticipated to be used much Many vendors will not offer this Many vendors will not offer this  1000Base-TX Standards due near end of 1998 Standards due near end of 1998

33 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 32 Gigabit Ethernet Media Full Duplex (62.5 u) 260m (50 u) 550m (62.5 u) 440m (50 u) 550m (10 u) 3000m100m 1000BASE-SX (850 nm) Multimode Fiber Single Mode Fiber Balanced / Shielded Cable 1000BASE-LX (1300 nm) Fiber Optic Cable 1000BASE-CX Multimode Fiber Half Duplex (62.5 u) 260m (50 u) 320m (62.5 u) 320m (50 u) 320m (10 u) 320m25m Copper Cable

34 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 33 Gigabit Ethernet Media  GBIC Connectors “Gigabit Inter Connect” “Gigabit Inter Connect” Standardized removable module Standardized removable module Available from many vendors Available from many vendors  GBIC modules Allows user to selectively change from SX to LX ports Allows user to selectively change from SX to LX ports Three types Three types  1000Base-SX  1000Base-LX  1000Base-CX (only if customer demand is present)

35 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 34 Gigabit Ethernet Differential Mode Delay  Problem when using longwave (1000Base-LX and other technologies) laser transmission over multimode fiber - MMF was designed to support LED transmissions.  Fault in the refractive index of a small (<5%) amount of installed MMF cables causes communication problems Shortened distances Shortened distances Total lack of communication Total lack of communication  Fault can be corrected (if exhibited) using an adapter that offsets (“conditioned launch”) the laser beam  Can occur in any technology, including ATM

36 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 35 Differential Mode Delay

37 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 36 Differential Mode Delay

38 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 37 Cable Activities  Get the records of all your cables  Newer Cable is generally better  Standards are “worst case”

39 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 38 The Cable-Sensing Backhoe

40 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 39 Server-NIC Integration

41 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 40 Evolving to Gigabit Netelligent 2016 Compaq Prolinea Workstations Compaq ProLiant 1600 Server 10/100TX PCI UTP 169845-001 10/100TX PCI Intel 317600-B21

42 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 41 Evolving to Gigabit Netelligent 2016 Compaq Prolinea Workstations Compaq ProLiant 1600 Server Redundant 2 - 10/100TX PCI UTP 169845-001 10/100TX PCI Intel 317600-B21

43 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 42 Evolving to Gigabit Netelligent 2016 Compaq ProLiant 1600 Server Netelligent 2016 Dual 10/100TX PCI UTP 242559-001 10/100TX PCI Intel 317600-B21

44 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 43 Evolving to Gigabit Netelligent 2016 Netelligent 5226 Compaq ProLiant 3000 Server Netelligent 5226 Netelligent 2016 2 - Dual 10/100TX PCI UTP 242559-001

45 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 44 Evolving to Gigabit Netelligent 5226A 10 Switched 100 Shared 10 Shared Netelligent 2824 Netelligent 2724 Netelligent 5708TX Netelligent 2016 Compaq ProLiant 5500 Server Compaq ProLiant 3000 Server Compaq ProLiant 1600 Server Netelligent 2016

46 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 45 Evolving to Gigabit Router Compaq ProLiant 5500 Server Netelligent 5226A Compaq ProLiant 3000 Server Netelligent 5708TX 100 Shared Netelligent 2824 Netelligent 2724 Netelligent 5226A Netelligent 5708TX 100 Switched Compaq ProLiant 1600 Server 10 Switched Netelligent 5226A 10 Shared Netelligent 2016

47 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 46 Evolving to Gigabit Compaq 5411 Compaq ProLiant 5500 Server Netelligent 5226A Compaq ProLiant 3000 Server Netelligent 5708TX 100 Shared Netelligent 2824 Netelligent 2724 Netelligent 5226A Netelligent 5708TX 100 Switched Compaq ProLiant 1600 Server 10 Switched Netelligent 5226A 10 Shared Netelligent 2016

48 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 47 Evolving to Gigabit Netelligent 2016 Netelligent 5226 Compaq 5411 100 Shared 10 Switched 100 Switched Compaq ProLiant 5500 Server Netelligent 2624 10 Switched

49 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 48 Evolving to Gigabit Compaq 5411 Compaq ProLiant 5500 Server Gigabit Workstation Gigabit Tape Backup Netelligent 5708TX Compaq 64-bit NT5.0 Server

50 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 49 Evolving to Gigabit Compaq 5411 Compaq 64-Bit NT5.0 Server Compaq 32-Bit NT4.0 Server Compaq 64-Bit NT5.0 Server

51 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 50 Networked Systems for the Next Millenium

52 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 51 Trends in Network-Centric Computing Client/Server Systems Evolving to Web Application-Centric IP-based Computing Production System Convergence on Wintel Platforms Workplace is Becoming More Distributed and Mobile Enterprise Applications (e.g., SAP, BAAN) and Corporate Intranets Drive the Need for Greater Bandwidth Network Backbone Traffic (Internet & Intranets) is more than Doubling Every Year Voice/Video/Data are Converging at the Application Ethernet is the Technology of Choice for Desktop and Server Connectivity Business Applications ActiveXHTML Browser JavaHTTP PublishingCommunication Entertainment ServicesCollaboration Processing Storage/Retrieval/ Communication

53 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 52 IT Manager’s Challenges  Providing Applications Availability Reliable and spontaneous access to networked resources Reliable and spontaneous access to networked resources  Reducing Delay to Applications Users care about applications latency Users care about applications latency  Deploying “Future Proof” Network Infrastructure to Meet Ever Evolving Applications Needs  Providing Access to Information Regardless of Location  Providing Cost-Effective, Scalable Systems and Networking to improve ROI  Effectively Managing and Controlling the End-to-End Applications Environment

54 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 53 IT Manager’s Dilemma IT support costs increasing 10-20% per year Senior IT resources increasingly scarce More desktops added each year Through acquisitions and mergers Increasingly mobile workforce Need to derive the best ROI from scarce senior IT resources where ROI is measured in network services support new products/service product/service meantime to revenue product/service meantime to profitability

55 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 54 Compaq’s Network-Centric Computing Compaq’s network-centric computing is a comprehensive end-to-end networking vision for providing leadership performance, applications access, manageability and reduced complexity that spans from desktop to server, and from the customer premise through the network service provider. Compaq augments it’s network-centric computing vision with worldwide partners, professional services and support to meet the most demanding multivendor information access and management requirements in the marketplace. Applications ServersDesktopsNetworks

56 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 55 Leadership Network-Centric Computing Solutions Servers, desktops, and portable computers Access solutions for small office, remote office, mobile, and home users IP infrastructure switches for wire-speed routing/switching IP-based applications and network services to support new business applications Legacy applications/protocol support Integrated network/system management Intranet IP

57 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 56 The Compaq Difference #1 Computing and Communications Provider of: Enterprise Computing Applications Servers, Workstations, Desktop Computers Windows NT Platforms More than 50 million networked users worldwide Integrated Network Solution Offerings, Including LAN Infrastructure, Remote Access, and Integrated Network/Systems Management Worldwide Professional Service and Support

58 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 57 IP Ethernet IPX/SPX APPLETALK OSI TCP/IP SNA IPX/SPX APPLETALK OSI TCP/IP SNA Token Ring ArcNet VG-Anylan Ethernet Token Ring ArcNet VG-Anylan Ethernet LAN Convergence  Compaq as prime driver for the standardization and consolidation of protocols and network technologies. Reducing cost of ownership by simplifying networking.

59 Compaq Confidential Mike Lynch Communication Products Division 58 The Compaq approach Server with 64bit PCI Redundant high speed backbone Workgroup Switch Routers File Server Server with 64bit PCI Trunked FE channels


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