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The BayStack 470-48T Switch allows configuration flexibility: Port 47 and Port 48 can be configured as either 10/100BASE-TX or make use of the built-in GBIC. Up to eight BayStack 470-48T Switches can be stacked to achieve up to 384 10/100 ports for high-density desktop switching.
On-box management: Network management begins with the device. BayStack 470 Switches support four groups of Remote Monitoring (RMON) on all ports and are SNMPv3 (Simple Network Management Protocol) compliant. RMON2 is supported via the port mirroring function using an external RMON2 probe. The SNMP agent software resides in the switch and uses the information it collects to provide management for all ports in the stack, providing comprehensive network monitoring capabilities. In addition, the agent also provides the ability to set up policy-based networks by supporting the Common Open Policy Support (COPS) protocol. Configuration management: The process of configuration begins with a single device but finishes across multiple devices. Java Device Manager (JDM) is the GUI device configuration tool for configuring a single device. It uses a common user interface and workflow that supports many Nortel Networks Ethernet switches. This commonality allows the network manager to become familiar with one tool instead of multiple tools. Furthermore, JDM also supports SNMPv3, allowing network managers to securely manage their network. Optivity Switch Manager (OSM) v3.0 performs the configuration function across multiple devices, such as VLAN assignments, MLT, and Multicast deployed across multiple Nortel Networks Ethernet switches. Fault management and resolution: With Optivity Network Management System (ONMS) 10.1, the network manager has quick access to the information required to manage and isolate all network events on BayStack 470 switches. Tools such as Physical Topology View inform the network manager of how a particular event is affecting the physical connectivity within the network. End Node Locate tool provides the ability to locate a failing end node and, with one mouse click, provides access to the RMON statistics for the failing Ethernet port supporting that end node. These solutions provide visual and statistical tools necessary to quickly resolve any network event or to manage performance in real-time. Remote Management Protocol: RMON SNMP SNMP 3
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