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I came into Vanns on a whim on the iPads launch day not really expecting to see any there still available. I replaced my first-gen iPod Touch, which I had since they first came out a few years ago, with this new beast of a device. First of all.
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You can get a Nano or Touch for around a third of the price and still get Music, Podcasts, Apps, Clip, FM Radio and Camera. Overpriced content consumption table. Very responsive touch screen, high res screen Content Consumption only. Not great value for money. No camera.

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Alcatel-Lucent OmniSwitch 6850
Stackable Gigabit LAN Switch Family
The Alcatel-Lucent OmniSwitch 6850 Stackable LAN Switch (SLS) family addresses the needs of modern enterprise and triple-play networking with exible, congurations; powerover-Ethernet, high availability, rstpacket wire-speed performance, and dramatically improved network response time.
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Today's enterprise networks require Gigabit Ethernet switches that are feature-rich, reliable, and capable of supporting converged applications at low cost of ownership.
The OmniSwitch 6850 series, similar to the existing Alcatel-Lucent OmniSwitch products, uses the Alcatel-Lucent Operating System (AOS), which ensures an easy and economical way to upgrade or deploy a new Ethernet network. The exible conguration options offered by the OmniSwitch 6850 family makes it suitable for a small/medium network in the core or at the edge of a large network. Also, the OmniSwitch 6850 protects your investment with native support of IPv4 and IPv6 switching.

THE SWITCHES PROVIDE:

Choice of PoE (Power-over-Ethernet) and non-PoE models Triple-speed 10/100/1000 interfaces and 10Gig uplinks Fast Ethernet interfaces upgradeable to Gigabit via a software license key without any network reconguration
Gigabit fiber interfaces (SFP) supporting 100BaseX, dual-speed and 1000BaseX optical transceivers
Stacking capability for virtual chassis redundancy Power supply choice (AC, DC, PoE) for exible deployment IPv4 and IPv6 layer-2 and layer-3 switching for future-proof investment Advanced quality of service (QoS) to support mission-critical and triple-play applications
This family takes advantage of the extensive security and network management features provided by the Alcatel-Lucent OmniVista Network Management System (NMS).
THE TARGET APPLICATIONS FOR THESE VERSATILE LAN SWITCHES ARE:
Enterprise workgroups for edge deployments / LAN wiring closets L3 aggregation / distribution layer switches in three-tier networks Small enterprise core switching Ethernet access and aggregation for residential / metro triple-play applications
Converged data / voice / video networks
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Alcatel-Lucent OmniSwitch 6850 Family
The Alcatel-Lucent OmniSwitch 6850 Stackable LAN switch family offers a variety of PoE and non-PoE Gigabit and Fast Ethernet models. The Alcatel-Lucent OmniSwitch 6850Ls, also referred to as the "light" models, are the only switches on the market that offer the best layer-2/layer-3 features for 10/100 applications that can be upgraded to Gigabit. They are stackable 10/100 Ethernet workgroup switches built on the same hardware platform as the OS6850 models. By purchasing and installing an inexpensive software license key, these switches turn into fully featured 10/100/1000 models. All models in the Alcatel-Lucent OmniSwitch 6850 family are stackable, xed conguration chassis in a 1U form factor. They can be optionally equipped with pluggable SFP and XFP transceivers (depending on the model) that support short, long and very long distances.
DIFFERENCES IN THE OMNISWITCH 6850 MODELS
Chassis Non-PoE Models OS6850-24 OS6850-24X OS6850-48 OS6850-48X OS6850-U24X OS6850-24L OS6850-48L PoE Models OS6850-P24 OS6850-P24X OS6850-P48

OS6850-P48X

10/100/1000 or Gig

Combo Port*

10 Gig Stacking Ports

10 Gig Uplinks

Power Supplies Supported
20 10/100/10/100/10/100/10/100/Gig SFP ** 20 10/100 *** 44 10/100 *** 20 10/100/10/100/10/100/1000

48 10/100/1000

126W AC or 120W DC 126W AC or 120W DC 126W AC or 120W DC 126W AC or 120W DC 126W AC or 120W DC 126W AC or 120W DC
126W AC or 120W DC 360W AC or 510W AC
360W AC or 510W AC 360W AC or 510W AC 360W AC or 510W AC 360W AC or 510W AC 360W AC or 510W AC

OS6850-P24L

OS6850-P48L

20 10/100 ***

44 10/100 ***
* Combo ports are ports individually congurable to be 10/100/1000BaseT or 1000BaseX that can support SFP transceivers for short, long and very long distances. ** Gig ber interfaces support Gig SFP, dual-speed SFP or 100BaseX SFP optical transceivers. 4 Alcatel-Lucent | OmniSwitch 6850 *** The 10/100 RJ-45 ports can be upgraded to 10/100/1000 speed by purchasing the OS6850-24L-UPGD or OS6850-48L-UPGD software license for 24-port and 48-port models respectively.

Power Options

The OmniSwitch 6850 family offers customers a vast selection of switches and power options so that they can prevent over or under provisioning power to their switches and save money by not having to purchase more than they need. All of the OmniSwitch 6850 chassis support redundant, dual hot-swappable AC, DC or PoE power supplies.
The primary as well as the backup power supplies for the OmniSwitch 6850 models are external and connect to the rear of the unit. A power shelf provided with the unit, can slide into the rear of the chassis and is used to hold either two 360W PoE, 126W AC or 120W DC power supplies or one 510W power supply. For dual 510W congurations, the backup power supply has to be remotely mounted. Any power supply can be remotely connected using a cable enabling rack mounting in the rack using ears provided with the unit. This feature allows the OmniSwitch 6850 to be used in areas with reduced-depth (e.g., a wall-mounted cabinet).
Non-PoE Models OS6850-24 OS6850-24X OS6850-48 OS6850-48X PoE Models OS6850-P24 OS6850-P24X OS6850-P48 OS6850-P48X Fiber Model OS6850-U24X
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P ro d u c t f e a t u re s a n d b e n e f i t s
ONETOUCH NETWORK MANAGEMENT The OmniSwitch 6850s are part of Alcatel-Lucents OmniSwitch family which includes core, stackable / modular edge, and wireless LAN (WLAN) switches - that uses the AOS and are managed by the Alcatel-Lucent OmniVista Network Management System for simplied OneTouch manageability. By offering the same operating system and network management system (NMS) across all Alcatel-Lucent platforms, an existing user is familiar with the products management from the very rst day, reducing the cost of ownership by eliminating the time needed for training on a different operating system or management solution. OmniSwitch administrators have three types of management method interfaces to choose from a command line interface (CLI), Alcatel-Lucent WebView for web-based management, or Alcatel-Lucent OmniVista 2500 and 2700 network management applications that offer one touch point-andclick technology. Regardless of the interface selected, each is easy to use and offers a common look and feel for every device. PERFORMANCE The OmniSwitch 6850 family supports real-time voice, data, and video applications. The switches provide rst packet wire-speed classification and processing for all packets giving a noticeable performance boost to converged enterprise networks. The OS6850s support advanced services such as 10GigE, PoE and IPv6, future proong todays investment to support the demands of tomorrow.

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HIGH AVAILABILITY The OmniSwitch 6850s virtual chassis minimizes network downtime, reduces operational complexity and cost and increases availability for mission-critical applications by removing single points of failure. The OS6850s resiliency is provided through a superior architecture offering physical and functional redundancy everywhere:
Virtual chassis that provides management functionality and automatic election of primary and secondary managers
Redundant backup power supplies Fault tolerant loop stacking Hot swappable chassis, power supplies, SFPs and XFPs Image rollback to automatically re-load previous congurations and software versions Hitless loading of optional advanced routing software without re-booting
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IPV6 SUPPORT Leading industry analysts, such as Gartner Group and Burton, have indicated that IPv6 will be a requirement for enterprise networks in the near future. By including it now, a network manager extends the life of existing equipment and prevents future expenses from upgrading to IPv6. The OmniSwitch 6850 family provides full IPv6 support with hardware-based forwarding for wire-rate speeds, classification and tunneling to address various corporate and U.S. federal government Department of Defense (DoD) requirements for IPv6. Flexibility is provided through a choice of deploying IPv4, IPv6, or IPv4/IPv6 without compromising switch performance. The OS6850s offer both native IPv6 routing and extensive support of IPv6 tunneling mechanisms, including congured, 6-in-4, and ISATAP tunneling.
IPv6 will eventually be a requirement for enterprise networks. By including it in current purchases, a network manager extends the life of existing equipment and prevents future expenses.
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Deployment options

GIGABIT AT THE EDGE The OmniSwitch 6850 series of switches provide a migration path to Gigabit on the LAN edge where high speed and extensive features are needed. The OmniSwitch 6850s have the features necessary to provide intelligent, secure, and available networking for the most demanding applications and user requirements.
10/100/1,000 L2+/L3 Switching OmniSwitch 6850
10/100/1,000 L2+/L3 Switching OmniSwitch 6850 10/100/1,000 L2+/L3 Switching OmniSwitch 6850
Desktop to Gigabit migration
Fiber PoE Cat 5 Core Layer OmniSwitch 9000
Supports triple-play applications high bandwidth requirements
The OmniSwitch 6850s are ideal for use at the edge because of their compact fixed form factor design suitable for closets. Their modular expandability, exible conguration provides an easy path to scale any workgroup up to 384 10/100/1000 ports and 16 10GigE ports in a single stack to support campus wiring closet requirements. The OmniSwitch 6850s support of high power as well as standard powered PoE ports, copper non-PoE and fiber ports in any combination in a stack provides exceptional flexibility in customizing the closet/small core deployment to support applications ranging from just data to triple-play converged applications.

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10/100 Switching

Gigabit Uplinks
Aggregation Layer 10/100/1,000 L2+/L3 Switching OmniSwitch 6850
Multiple 1Gig Fiber PoE Cat 5

10 Gig 10 Gig

10 Gig

Core Layer (L3)

L3 Aggregation/Distribution Provides fiber or copper configuration options
L3 AGGREGATION / DISTRIBUTION The OmniSwitch 6850 placed in the distribution layer of three-tier networks provides high capacity, wire speed L2 and L3 switching and intelligent services near the edge of the network. In addition, some models of the OmniSwitch 6850 family have four combo ports that are individually congurable to provide users the choice of copper or ber.

10/100/1,000 Switching

OmniSwitch 6850

Fiber PoE Cat 5

Server aggregation Features high performance in limited space

Servers

SERVER AGGREGATION OS6850s small form factor, high performance and rich features set make it a great server aggregation switch, especially for space constrained data centers where the switch can be installed in the same rack as the servers.
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SMALL ENTERPRISE CORE The OmniSwitch 6850s high switching capacity makes it a very capable and cost-effective core switch solution because of its:
10/100 Switching 10/100/1,000 L2+/L3 Switching OmniSwitch 6850
High-port density Wire rate at first packet 10GigE performance providing high throughput for backbone connections
Wire-rate multicast for media and backup applications
16 10GigE ports per full stacked chassis
Extensive QoS classification marking queuing and queue service capabilities
Full support of IPv4/IPv6
Small enterprise core Provides first packet, wire-rate performance
RESIDENTIAL / METRO TRIPLE-PLAY ETHERNET ACCESS
Ethernet Access Aggregation IP/MPLS Core IP/MPLS
The OmniSwitch 6850s are well suited for residential or metro Ethernet tripleplay access networks, which demand user-differentiated, high-speed

1 Gig uplink

OS6200 Alcatel-Lucent 7450
Internet, voice and video services support. In addition to OmniSwitch 6850 resiliency and high performance,
Alcatel-Lucent 7750 Service Router

OS6200

OS6850

10 Gig uplink

the AOS offers a number of features to provide secure access and trafc control for residential deployments.
Also, the OmniSwitch 6850 family is now Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF) 9 and 14 certified meaning that they are ideal for Metro Access residential and business Ethernet deployments where the OmniSwitch 6850s are used as customer premises equipment (CPE) in single or multi-tenant unit (STU/MTU) installations.

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Compliancy

1 RoHS-Alcatel-Lucents OmniSwitch 6850 family was among the first
hardware devices to be in compliance with the new European Community's directive Restriction on Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment (RoHS)
2 WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) 3 NEBS Level 3 Certified for all of the non-PoE models

Service & Support

WARRANTY Limited lifetime hardware warranty: Limited to the original owner, and will be provided for up to ve years after the products End-of-Sales announcement. Faulty parts will be replaced via a ve (5)-business day AVR (Advance Replacement) RMA. SUPPORT BASIC One year 7x24 phone. Includes e-service Web access, software releases, repair and return of hardware to be completed in 10 business days from receipt. SUPPORT PLUS One year 7x24 phone. Includes e-service Web access, software releases and advanced shipment for next business day arrival of replacement hardware. SUPPORT TOTAL (AVAILABLE ONLY IN N. AMERICA) One year 7x24 phone. Includes eService Web access, software releases, same day 4-hour on site hardware replacement (labor and parts) 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. Excludes NMS and Authentication Services software.
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Product Specications

Features
SIMPLIFIED MANAGEABILITY Dual image and dual configuration file storage provides backup Intuitive Alcatel-Lucent CLI with familiar interface reducing training costs Extensive user manuals with examples Easy to use, point-and-click web based element manager (WebView) with built-in help for easy configuration of new technology features Remote telnet management or secure shell access using SSH over IPv4 and IPv6 Secured file upload using SFTP, or SCP Human readable ASCII based config files for offline editing and bulk configuration IGMPv1/v2/v3 snooping to optimize multicast traffic BootP/DHCP client allows auto-config of switch IP information to simplify deployment DHCP relay to forward client requests to a DHCP server Auto-negotiating 10/100/1000 ports automatically configure port speed and duplex setting Auto MDI/MDIX automatically configures transmit and receive signals to support straight through and crossover cabling SNMPv1/v2/v3 Integration with SNMP manager AlcatelLucent OmniVista for network wide management Supports RFC 2819 RMON group (1-Statistics, 2-History, 3-Alarm & 9-Events) Network Time Protocol (NTP) for network wide time synchronization Alcatel-Lucent Mapping Adjacency Protocol (AMAP) for building topology maps within OmniVista 802.1AB Link Layer Discovery Protocol with MED extentions Port based mirroring for troubleshooting and lawful interception, supports four sessions with multiple sources-to-one destination configuration Policy based mirroring Allows selection of the type of traffic to mirror by using QoS policies Remote port mirroring Port monitoring feature that allows capture of Ethernet packets to a file, or for on-screen display to assist in troubleshooting sFlow v5 support to monitor and effectively control and manage the network usage Local (on the ash) and remote logging (Syslog) GVRP for 802.1Q-compliant VLAN pruning and dynamic VLAN creation Auto QoS for switch management traffic as well as traffic from Alcatel-Lucent IP phones UDLD for detecting one way connections HIGH AVAILABILITY Ring Rapid Spanning Tree optimized for ring topology to provide less than 100ms convergence time 802.1w rapid recovery spanning tree allows subsecond failover to redundant link

Alcatel-Lucent per-VLAN spanning tree (1x1) 802.1D spanning tree for loop free topology and link redundancy 802.1s multiple spanning tree Fast forwarding mode on user ports to bypass 30-second delay for spanning tree Static and 802.3ad dynamic link aggregation that supports automatic configuration of link aggregates with other switches Broadcast storm control Redundant 1:1 power provided by the OS6850-BPS BPDU blocking automatically shuts down switch ports being used as user ports if a spanning tree BPDU packet is seen. Prevents unauthorized spanning-tree enabled attached bridges from operating. Priority queues: eight hardware-based queues per port CONVERGENCE/ TRIPLE PLAY Trafc prioritization: Flow-based QoS with internal and external (a.k.a., remarking) prioritization Bandwidth management: ow based bandwidth management, ingress policing/egress shaping and port based egress shaping Queue management: Random Early Detect/Discard (RED), configurable de-queuing algorithm; Strict Priority, Weighted and Deficit Round Robin. Power-over-Ethernet: IEEE 802.3af maximum total power of 380W for PoE ADVANCED SECURITY 802.1X multi-client, multi-VLAN support for perclient authentication and VLAN assignment IEEE 802.1X with group mobility IEEE 802.1X with MAC based authentication, group mobility or guest VLAN support MAC-based authentication for non-802.1X host Authenticated VLAN that challenges users with username and password and supports dynamic VLAN access based on user Captive Portal A new Access Guardian Policy that uses embedded web portal for user authentication.* PKI authentication for SSH access Support for host integrity check and remediation VLAN Support for Alcatel-Lucent Quarantine Manager and quarantine VLAN Learned Port Security (LPS) or MAC address lockdown allows only known devices to have network access preventing unauthorized network device access RADIUS and LDAP admin authentication prevents unauthorized switch management TACACS+ client allows for authentication authorization and accounting with a remote TACACS+ server Secure Shell (SSH), Secure Socket Layer (SSL) for HTTPS access and SNMPv3 for encrypted remote management communication Access control lists to filter out unwanted traffic including denial of service attacks; Flow based filtering in hardware (L1-L4) Support of Microsoft Network Access Protection (NAP)**

Switch protocol security MD5 for RIPv2, OSPFv2 and SNMPv3 SSH for secure CLI session with PKI support SSL for secure HTTP session DHCP Snooping, DHCP IP Spoof protection Enmbedded traffic anomaly detection ARP poisoning detection RESIDENTIAL METRO TRIPLE-PLAY ETHERNET ACCESS DHCP Option 82 configurable relay agent information QinQ (Vlan stacking) Ethernet OAM compliant with 802.1ag version 7.0 L3 ROUTING PROTOCOLS (IPV4) IP Routing Static routing RIP v1 & v2 OSPF v2 BGP v4 ISIS Multicast IGMP v1, v2 & v3 snooping PIM-SM PIM-DM DVMRP Network Protocol TCP/IP stack ARP DHCP relay Generic UDP relay per VLAN Resilience VRRP v2 L3 ROUTING PROTOCOLS (IPV6) IP Routing Static routing RIP ng OSPF v3 Multicast MLD snooping PIM-SM PIM-DM Network protocol TCP/IP stack DHCP relay (including generic UDP relay) ARP Resilience VRRP v3 LAYER-3 ROUTING (IPX) IP Routing Static routing RIP/SAP POWER OVER ETHERNET IEEE 802.3af (supported on all POE chassis) STACKING Two 10 Gbps built-in stacking ports to provide fault tolerant looped stacking configuration Stacking capacity: 40 Gbps
* Contact for avaliabliity ** NAP will be supported when available. 14 Alcatel-Lucent | OmniSwitch 6850
COMBO PORTS OS6850-24, -24X, -P24, -P24X, - 48, -P48 Four Gigabit Ethernet SFP combo ports OS6850-24L, -P24L, - 48L, -P48L Four Gigabit Ethernet SFP combo ports OS6850-U24X Two Gigabit Ethernet SFP combo ports 10GIGE UPLINKS OS6850-24X, -P24X, -48X, -P48X and -U24X Two built-in XFP ports that support industry standard XFP-based 10GigE optical transceivers POWER SUPPLIES AND POWER CONSUMPTION Main and backup power supplies are external either directly connected to the rear of the unit or remotely mounted Supports redundant dual hot swappable power supplies Power shelf that holds one 510W AC or two 360W AC, 126W AC or120W DC power supplies 126W (AC) and 120W (DC) power supplies only used with non-PoE models. 360W (AC) and 510W (DC) power supplies only used with PoE models. Maximum power for PoE with 360W power supply: 230W Maximum power for PoE with 510W power supply: 380W

Indicators

PER PORT LEDS 10/100/1000: PoE, link/activity SFP: link/activity XFP: link/activity SYSTEM LEDS Switch ID (indicates the stack ID of the unit in the stack: 1 to 7) System (OK) (chassis HW/SW status) PWR (primary power supply status) PRI (virtual chassis primary) BPS (backup power status)

FCC CRF Title 47 Subpart B (Class A limits. Note: Class A with UTP cables) VCCI (Class A limits. Note: Class A with UTP cables) AS/NZS 3548 (Class A limits. Note: Class A with UTP cables) CE marking for European countries (Class A. Note: Class A with UTP cables) EN 55022: 1995 (Emission Standard) EN 61000-3-3: 1995 EN 61000-3-2: 2000 EN 55024: 1998 (Immunity Standards) EN 61000-4-2: 1995+A1: 1998 EN 61000-4-3: 1996+A1: 1998 EN 61000-4-4: 1995 EN 61000-4-5: 1995 EN 61000-4-6: 1996 EN 61000-4-8: 1994 EN 61000-4-11: 1994 IEEE802.3: Hi-Pot Test (2250 VDC on all Ethernet ports)
Physical Dimensions (WxDxH)
CHASSIS SIZE (WITHOUT POWER SUPPLY OR PS SHELF) 17.32 x 10.63 x 1.73 in (44.0 x 27.0 x 4.4 cm) TOTAL SIZE INCLUDING POWER SUPPLY'S SHELF AND MOUNTING EARS 19.00 x 17.56 x 1.73 in (48.2 x 44.6 x 4.4 cm) CHASSIS SIZE (WITH MOUNTING E A R S, W I T H O U T P OW E R S U P P LY O R PS SHELF) 19 x 10.63 x 1.73 in (48.2 x 27.0 x 4.4 cm)
Safety Agency Certifications
US UL 60950 IEC 60950-1:2001; all national deviations EN 60950-1: 2001; all deviations CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60950-1-03 NOM-019 SCFI, Mexico AS/NZ TS-001 and 60950:2000, Australia UL-AR, Argentina UL-GS Mark, Germany EN 60825-1 Laser, EN60825-2 Laser CDRH Laser China CCC

Weight

CHASSIS WITHOUT THE POWER SUPPLY OS6850-P24 and -P24L 8.62 lb (3.91kg ) OS6850-P24X 8.86 lb (4.02 kg ) OS6850-P48and -P48L 9.39 lb (4.26kg ) OS6850-P48X 9.59 lb (4.35kg ) OS6850-24 and 24L 8.36 lb (3.79kg ) POWER SUPPLIES 510W AC 360W AC 126W AC 120W DC Power supply tray 5.71 3.22 2.45 2.09 1.26 lb lb lb lb lb (2.59kg ) (1.46kg ) (1.11kg ) (0.95kg ) (0.57kg )
Environmental requirements
OPERATING TEMPERATURE: 32 to 113F (0 to 45C) STORAGE TEMPERATURE: 14 to 158F (-10 to 70C) HUMIDITY (OPERATING AND STORAGE): 5% to 95% non-condensing
Product PoE Models OS6850-P24 OS6850-P24X OS6850-P48 OS6850-P48X Non-PoE Models OS6850-24 OS6850-24X OS6850-48 OS6850-48X OS6850-U24X

MTFB (hours)

Power Consumption*
Heat Dissapation under full load (Btu/hour)

Acoustic Level (dB)***

153,497 148,929 128,390 119,750 200,421 191,695 162,844 149,608 207,199
under 44dB under 44dB under 44dB under 44dB under 44dB under 44dB under 44dB under 44dB under 44dB
*Power Consumption for PoE models with 360W Power supply *** Acoustic Levels measured with a single power supply at room temperature
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IEEE Standards

IEEE 802.1D (STP) IEEE 802.1p (CoS) IEEE 802.1Q (VLANs) IEEE 802.1QinQ(VLAN stacking) IEEE 802.1ag (Connectivity Fault Management) IEEE 802.1s (MSTP) IEEE 802.1w (RSTP) IEEE 802.1X (Port Based Network Access Protocol) IEEE 802.3i (10BaseT) IEEE 802.3u (Fast Ethernet) IEEE 802.3x (Flow Control) IEEE 802.3z (Gigabit Ethernet) IEEE 802.3ab (1000BaseT) IEEE 802.3ac (VLAN Tagging) IEEE 802.3ad (Link Aggregation) IEEE 802.3af (Power-over-Ethernet) IEEE 802.3ae (10G Ethernet)

OSPF RFC 1253/1850/2328 OSPF v2 & MIB RFC 1587/3101 OSPF NSSA Option RFC 1765 OSPF Database Overflow RFC 2154 OSPF MD5 Signature RFC 2370/3630 OSPF Opaque LSA RFC 3623 OSPF Graceful Restart RIP RFC RFC RFC RFC 1058 RIP v1 1722/1723/2453/1724 RIP v2 & MIB 1812/2644 IPv4 Router Requirement 2080 RIPS ng
Authentication Protocol SECURITY RFC 959/2640 FTP RFC 1321 MD5 RFC 2104 HMAC Message Authentication RFC 2138/2865/2868/3575/2618 RADIUSAuthentication & Client MIB RFC 2139/2866/2867/2620 RADIUS Accounting & Client MIB RFC 2228 step RFC 2284 PPP EAP RFC 2869/2869bis RADIUS Extension QUALITY OF SERVICES RFC 896 Congestion control RFC 1122 Internet Hosts RFC 2474/2475/2597/3168/3246 DiffServ RFC 3635 Pause Control OTHERS RFC 791/894/1024/1349 IP & IP / Ethernet RFC 792 ICMP RFC 768 UDP RFC 793/1156 TCP/IP & MIB RFC 826/903 ARP & Reverse ARP RFC 919/922 Broadcasting internet datagram RFC 925/1027 Multi LAN ARP / Proxy ARP RFC 950 Subnetting RFC 951 Bootp RFC 1151 RDP RFC 1191 Path MTU Discovery RFC 1256 ICMP Router Discovery RFC 1305/2030 NTP v3 & Simple NTP RFC 1493 Bridge MIB RFC 1518/1519 CIDR RFC 1541/1542/2131/3396/3442 DHCP RFC 1757/2819 RMON & MIB RFC 2131/3046 DHCP/BootP Relay RFC 2132 DHCP Options RFC 2251 LDAP v3 RFC 2338/3768/2787 VRRP & MIB RFC 3060 Policy Core RFC 3176 sFlow RFC 3021 Using 31-bit prefixes
IS-IS RFC 1142 OSI IS-IS Intra-domain Routing Protocol RFC 1195 Use of OSI IS-IS for routing in TCP/IP & dual environments RFC 2763 Dynamic Hostname Exchange RFC 2966 Domain-wide prefix distribution with two-level IS-IS RFC 3787 Interoperable IP networks using IS-IS IP MULTICAST RFC 1075 DVMRP RFC 1112 IGMP v1 RFC 2236/2933 IGMP v2 & MIB RFC 2362 PIM-SM RFC 2365 Multicast RFC 2715/2932 Multicast Routing MIB RFC 2934 PIM MIB for IPv4 RFC 3376 IGMPv3 IPV6 RFC 3596 DNS for IPv6 RFC 2292/2373/2374/2460/2462 IPv6 RFC 2461 NDP RFC 2463/2466 ICMP v6 & MIB RFC 2452/2454 IPv6 TCP/UDP MIB RFC 2464/2553/2893/3493/3513 IPv6 RFC 3056 IPv6 Tunneling RFC 3542/3587 IPv6 MANAGEABILITY RFC 854/855 Telnet & Telnet options RFC 1155/2578-2580 SMI v1 & SMI v2 RFC 1157/2271 SNMP RFC 1212/2737 MIB & MIB-II RFC 1213/2011-2013 SNMP v2 MIB RFC 1215 Convention for SNMP Traps RFC 1573/2233/2863 Private Interface MIB RFC 1643/2665 Ethernet MIB RFC 1901-1908/3416-3418 SNMP v2c RFC 2096 IP MIB RFC 2570-2576/3411-3415 SNMP v3 RFC 2616 /2854 HTTP & HTML RFC 2667 IP Tunneling MIB RFC 2668/3636 IEEE 802.3 MAU MIB RFC 2674 VLAN MIB RFC 4251 Secure Shell Protocol architecture RFC 4252 The Secure Shell (SSH)

OS6850-48 OS6850-48D OS6850-48X OS6850-48XD OS6850-U24X
OMNISWITCH POE 6850 CHASSIS
OS6850-P24 OS6850-P24H OS6850-P24X OS6850-P24XH OS6850-P24 PoE chassis w/SSL (DES, 3DES, RC2, RC4) [ECCN 5A002A]. L3 Gigabit Ethernet chassis in a 1U form factor with 20 RJ-45 PoE ports individually congurable to 10/100/1000 BaseT, 4 combo ports congurable to be 10/100/1000 BaseT or 1000 BaseX, and two dedicated stacking ports. A 360W AC or 510W AC power supply respectively is included in the bundle. OS6850-P24X PoE chassis w/SSL (DES, 3DES, RC2, RC4) [ECCN 5A002A] L3 Gigabit Ethernet chassis in a 1U form factor with 20 RJ-45 PoE ports individually congurable to 10/100/1000 BaseT, 4 combo ports congurable to be 10/100/1000 BaseT or 1000 BaseX, two 10 Gigabit ports, and two dedicated stacking ports. A 360W AC or 510W AC power supply respectively is included in the bundle. OS6850-P48 PoE chassis w/SSL (DES, 3DES, RC2, RC4) [ECCN 5A002A] L3 Gigabit Ethernet chassis in a 1U form factor with 44 RJ-45 PoE ports individually congurable to 10/100/1000 BaseT, 4 combo ports congurable to be 10/100/1000 BaseT or 1000 BaseX, and two dedicated stacking ports. A 360W AC or 510W AC power supply respectively is included in the bundle. OS6850-P48X PoE chassis w/SSL (DES, 3DES, RC2, RC4) [ECCN 5A002A] L3 Gigabit Ethernet chassis in a 1U form factor with 48 RJ-45 PoE ports individually congurable to 10/100/1000 BaseT, two 10 Gigabit ports, and two dedicated stacking ports. A 360W AC or 510W AC power supply respectively is included in the bundle. A 360W AC or 510W AC power supply respectively is included in the bundle.
OS6850-P48 OS6850-P48H OS6850-P48X OS6850-P48XH

OMNISWITCH 6850L CHASSIS

OS6850-24L OS6850-24LD OS6850-24L chassis w/SSL (DES, 3DES, RC2, RC4) [ECCN 5A002A] L3 Ethernet chassis in a 1U form factor with 20 RJ-45 ports individually congurable to 10/100 BaseT, 4 combo ports congurable to be 10/100/1000 BaseT or 1000 BaseX, and two dedicated stacking ports. The 20 10/100 RJ-45 ports can also operate at Gigabit speed by purchasing the OS6850-24L-UPGD software license. A 126W AC or 120W DC power supply respectively is included in the bundle OS6850-48L chassis w/SSL (DES, 3DES, RC2, RC4) [ECCN 5A002A] L3 Ethernet chassis in a 1U form factor with 44 RJ-45 ports individually congurable to 10/100 BaseT, 4 combo ports congurable to be 10/100/1000 BaseT or 1000 BaseX, and two dedicated stacking ports. The 44 10/100 RJ-45 ports can also operate at Gigabit speed by purchasing the OS6850-48L-UPGD software license. A 126W AC or 120W DC power supply respectively is included in the bundle.

OS6850-48L OS6850-48LD

OMNISWITCH 6850L POE CHASSIS
OS6850-P24L OS6850-P24LH OS6850-P24L PoE chassis w/SSL (DES, 3DES, RC2, RC4) [ECCN 5A002A]. L3 Ethernet chassis in a 1U formfactor with 20 RJ-45 PoE ports individually congurable to 10/100 BaseT, 4 combo ports congurable to be 10/100/1000 BaseT or 1000 BaseX, and two dedicated stacking ports. The 20 10/100 PoE RJ-45 ports can also operate at Gigabit speed by purchasing the OS6850-24L-UPGD software license. A 360W AC or 510W AC power supply respectively is included in the bundle. OS6850-P48L PoE chassis w/SSL (DES, 3DES, RC2, RC4) [ECCN 5A002A] L3 Ethernet chassis in a 1U form factor with 44 RJ-45 PoE ports individually congurable to 10/100 BaseT, 4 combo ports congurable to be 10/100/1000 BaseT or 1000 BaseX, and two dedicated stacking ports. The 44 10/100 PoE RJ-45 ports can also operate at Gigabit speed by purchasing the OS6850-48L-UPGD software license. A 360W AC or 510W AC power supply respectively is included in the bundle.

OS6850-P48L OS6850-P48LH

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POWER SUPPLIES

OS6850-BP-P OS6850-BP-PH OS6850-BP OS6850-BP-D OS6850-BP-P modular 360W AC backup power supply. Provides backup power to one PoE switch. Ships with chassis connection cable, country specic power cord, power shelf and connecting ears. OS6850-BP-PH modular 510W AC backup power supply. Provides backup power to one PoE switch. Ships with chassis connection cable, country specic power cord, power shelf and connecting ears. OS6850-BP modular 126W AC backup power supply. Provides backup power to one non-PoE switch. Ships with chassis connection cable, country specic power cord, power shelf and connecting ears. OS6850-BP-D modular 120W DC backup power supply. Provides backup power to one non-PoE switch. Ships with chassis connection cable, power shelf and connecting ears.
10 GIGABIT ETHERNET TRANSCEIVERS (XFP MSA)
XFP-10G-LR XFP-10G-SR XFP-10G-ER40 XFP-10G-ZREthernet optical transceiver (XFP MSA). Supports single mode ber over 1310nm wavelength (nominal) with an LC connector. Typical reach of 10 Km on 9/125 m SMF 10 Gigabit Ethernet optical transceiver (XFP MSA). Supports multimode ber over 850nm wavelength (nominal) with an LC connector. Typical reach of 300m on 50/125 m MMF. Gigabit Ethernet optical transceiver (XFP MSA). Supports single mode ber over 1550nm wavelength (nominal) with an LC connector. Typical reach of 40 Km on 9/125 m SMF. 10 Gigabit Ethernet optical transceiver (XFP MSA). Supports single mode ber over 1550nm wavelength (nominal) with an LC connector. Typical reach of 80 Km on 9/125 m SMF.
GIGABIT ETHERNET TRANSCEIVERS (SFP MSA)
SFP-GIG-EXTND Extended 1000BaseSX Gigabit Ethernet optical transceiver (SFP MSA). Supports multimode ber over 850nm wavelength (nominal) with an LC connector. Reach of up to 2 km (based on grade and condition of ber) on 62.5/125 m MMF or 550m on 62.5/125 m MMF. Requires SFP-GIG-EXTND or GBIC-GIG-EXTND at the remote termination. 1000BaseLH Gigabit Ethernet optical transceiver (SFP MSA). Supports single mode ber over 1310 nm wavelength (nominal) with an LC connector. Typical reach of 40 Km on 9/125 m SMF. 1000BaseLH Gigabit Ethernet optical transceiver (SFP MSA). Supports single mode ber over 1550 nm wavelength (nominal) with an LC connector. Typical reach of 70 Km on 9/125 m SMF. 1000BaseLX Gigabit Ethernet optical transceiver (SFP MSA). Supports single mode ber over 1310nm wavelength (nominal) with an LC connector. Typical reach of 10 Km on 9/125 m SMF. 1000BaseSX Gigabit Ethernet optical transceiver (SFP MSA). Supports multimode ber over 850nm wavelength (nominal) with an LC connector. Typical reach of 300m on 62.5/125 m MMF or 550m on 50/125 m MMF. 1000BaseBX SFP transceiver with an LC type of interface. This bi-directional transceiver is designed for use over single mode ber optic on a single strand link up to 10 km. Transmits 1490 nm and receives 1310 nm optical signal. 1000BaseBX SFP transceiver with an LC type of interface. This bi-directional transceiver is designed for use over single mode ber optic on a single strand link up to 10 km. Transmits 1310 nm and receives 1490 nm optical signal.

SFP-GIG-LH40 SFP-GIG-LH70 SFP-GIG-LX SFP-GIG-SX SFP-GIG-BX-D SFP-GIG-BX-U
DUAL SPEED TRANSCEIVERS (SFP MSA)
SFP-DUAL-MM Dual Speed 100BaseFX or 1000BaseX Ethernet optical transceiver (SFP MSA). Supports multimode ber over 1310nm wavelength (nominal) with an LC connector. Typical reach of 550m at Gigabit speed and 2km at 100Mb speed. Note: at 100Mb speed, this SFP can interoperate with SFP-100-LC-MM or similar transceiver on the other end. At Gigabit speed, this SFP cannot interoperate with SFP-GIG-SX or similar transceiver on the other end as it runs over 850nm wavelength). Dual Speed 100BaseFX or 1000BaseX Ethernet optical transceiver (SFP MSA). Supports single mode ber over 1310nm wavelength (nominal) with an LC connector. Typical reach of 10km at Gigabit speed and 100Mbit speed. Note: at 100Mbit speed, this SFP can interoperate with SFP-100-LC-SM15 or similar transceiver. At Gigabit speed, this SFP can interoperate with SFP-GIG-LX or similar transceiver.

SFP-DUAL-SM10

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100FX TRANSCEIVERS (FOR OS6850-U24X SFP PORTS ONLY)
SFP-100-LC-MM SFP-100-LC-SM15 SFP-100-LC-SM40 SFP-100-BX20LT 100BaseFX SFP transceiver with an LC type interface. This transceiver is designed for use over multimode ber optic cable. 100BaseFX SFP transceiver with an LC type interface. This transceiver is designed for use over single mode ber optic cable up to 15KM. 100BaseFX SFP transceiver with an LC type interface. This transceiver is designed for use over single mode ber optic cable up to 40KM. 100BaseBX SFP transceiver with an SC type interface. This bi-directional transceiver is designed for use over single mode ber optic on a single strand link up to 20KM point-to-point. This transceiver is normally used in the central ofce (OLT) transmits 1550nm and receives 1310nm optical signal. 100BaseBX SFP transceiver with an SC type interface. This bi-directional transceiver is designed for use over single mode ber optic on a single strand link up to 20KM point-to-point. This transceiver is normally used in the client (ONU) transmits 1310nm and receives 1550nm optical signal.

SFP-100-BX20NU

AUTHENTICATED SERVICES SOFTWARE
OS-SW-SBR-N [ECCN 5D992] Authentication bundle for Windows w/MD5, RC4, MD4, DES. This bundle provides Funk Software's Steel-Belted Radius Enterprise Edition for Microsoft Windows and includes an one-year maintenance contract (maintenance releases, 7X24 phone support and e-service web access). [ECCN 5D992] Authentication Bundle for Solaris w/MD5, RC4, MD4, DES. This bundle provides Funk Software's Steel-Belted Radius Enterprise Edition for Sun Solaris and includes a one-year maintenance contract (maintenance releases, 7X24 phone support and e-service web access).

OS-SW-SBR-S

ADVANCED ROUTING SOFTWARE
OS6850-SW-AR OS6850 Advanced Routing software. Includes support for OSPF, BGP, PIM-SM and DVMRP.

UPGRADE SOFTWARE

OS6850-24L-UPGD OS6850-48L-UPGD Software license that allows 10/100 RJ45 ports of OS6850-24L and OS6850-P24L chassis to operate also at Gigabit speed. Software license that allows 10/100 RJ45 ports of OS6850-48L and OS6850-P48L chassis to operate also at Gigabit speed.
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Alcatel-Lucent New Communication Experience Unveiling My IC Phone, a new Smart Desk Phone
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the leading edge of a next generation architecture
Smartphone experience Desk Phone reliability Application Pod openness
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raising the bar : a new standard of user experience
User centric: natural, intuitive, multimedia experience Powered by Alcatel-Lucent next major release of communication solutions Conversations: Carry business context across the interaction (application database, location, presence, agenda, social network) across devices, across networks.
Devices collaboration to better serve user conversations conservations across devices Benefit from an additional screen on the desk for better & faster decisions
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a Smartphone

collaborative conversations

Smartphone experience

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innovate for a better user interaction

Outstanding audio

wideband communications Bluetooth handset
Full duplex Large loudspeaker Beamforming: Handsfree with High Fidelity audio 7-inch

Wide touch screen

capacitive touch screen
LED-backlit Distant touchless wake-up
Context-sensitive feedback

An adjustable base

Access in one touch

A sensitive

Home key to access your homepage
4 Sensitive keys to pilot your audio 4 Sensitive keys to access your main applications
Open connectivity supports easy expansion
10/100/1000 Ethernet switch for LAN and PC connectivity Embedded Bluetooth chipset 3.5 mm headset port

2 USB connectors

connectors for keyboard, power supply & handset
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leverage the smartphone experience

Homepage

Benefit from informative widgets

Communications

All UC2 services

Contacts

Interactive communications log with rich contact cards, including IM and telephonic presence information

Agenda

Quick access to your next meetings

Multimedia Manager

Play audio and video files, access web radio and TV
Access urgent emails even if your PC is off

Favorites

Create contacts or application shortcuts

User Services

Manage your presence status and communications routing

Browser

Quick access to online information

Screensaver

Transform your phone into a photo frame
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user personalization

Uppload your own mp3 for personal ringing melodies
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a Desk Phone

business applications

Desk Phone reliability

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the customer experience

Enterprise / Office
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unified communications for collaborative conversations
Leverage and aggregate all communication and collaboration services through a unique and new user experience.
unified communications to enable conversations, the new communication
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The right protocols for an enterprise grade product
Interoperability leveraging standard protocols

IPv4/IPv6, 802.1x, LLDP, SIP, HTTP,
Security leveraging standard solutions
TLS certificates management, encrypted voice & data
High Availability & Reliability
Servers redundancy management

Enterprise design

Fingerprint less, anti-theft connector, foot in zamac,

Green IT concern

Low power consumption, long life product
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Reduce your carbon footprint footprint
Product compliant with the "Code of Conduct" for reducing energy consumption on broadband equipment.
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an Application Pod

developer experience

Application Pod openness

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Financial

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the guest experience

Hospitality
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unprecedented capabilities and openness. openness.
Capacitive touch screen control Contextual sensitive feedback Javascript HTML 5.0 Open API Ajax
All the right technologies available in iPhone and Android phones for application enablement
None of our competitors products have these technologies!
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a new software development kit

Customization

Design your own skins and themes or adapt existing ones to fit to your environment leveraging the corporate graphical chart of the company.

Applications

Add new applications or adapt existing applications to fit the business context and the user expectations.

Graphical Library

Re-use objects of the products graphical library for fast implementation. In addition, your application is automatically adapted to the skins selected by the user.

API Library

Access any data, services or events proposed by the Smart Desk Phone platform and applications to build your own application.

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a new model. a new portal part of the existing AAPP.

AAPP FACTORY

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extended developer program. objectives and guidelines.
Developer-friendly open technologies and APIs
Simplify the engagement Model Develop Technology Awareness
Easy development for everyone
Safe and simple deployment options
New Go-to-market enablement
Standard model Local store (device management on customer premises) Future : application warehouse
Controlled Deployment Develop Applications Awareness
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enabling development. making the apps secure. development. secure.
Alcatel-Lucent offer services to control applications (and provide credibility): Application signing
Identify and certify origin
Application certification
Includes application signing Alcatel-Lucent-controlled functional testing and interworking report Guarantees proper operation of phone with said application
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applications deployment. centralized management
3 administration levels: Open, Secured & Locked
installed by - user (local application) - administrator (centralized Management)

OPEN USER ADMIN

ACK if not TRUSTED
mode - init file - settings

SECURED USER ADMIN

REJECT if not TRUSTED REJECT OK if TRUSTED OK if TRUSTED NOT POSSIBLE OK if TRUSTED

LOCKED USER ADMIN

REJECT if not TRUSTED

Not signed

Signed

NOT POSSIBLE

A certified webapp is always signed
= user is prompted (accept/reject) before installation ACK TRUSTED = flagged by admin (flag index file)
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key takeaways

Desk Phone reliability Application Pod openness
Innovation Multimedia Open/Extensible
Applications enablement Rich Communication Conversations

Vertical solutions

Entreprise solutions

MCS solutions

Next generation communication solutions Delivering the experience of a smartphone to your desk and experience. redefining the standards of user experience.
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