Xtreme/10G Managed Ethernet Switch/Router

NEW!Now Available With 1588 PTP Support!

  • 36 switchable ports (4x 10G; 8x 1GbE [SGMI]; 24x 1GbE)
  • High-density board-to-board connector
  • +4V to 14V input range
  • 85mm x 85mm module
  • Extended Temperature Range -40°C to +85°C
  • SMBStaX, IStaX

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Connect Tech’s Xtreme/10G Managed Ethernet Switch/Router provides high density, high port count Layer 2 switching and Layer 3 routing with 10G uplinks. A total of 36 switchable ports, with 4 x 10G, 8 x 1GbE (SGMII), and 24 x 1GbE (Copper 10/100/1000Mbps) ports in an extremely small form factor 85mm x 85mm.

The device targets managed Layer 2 and Layer 3 equipment in SMB, SME, and industrial applications where high port count 1GbE switching with 10G aggregation/uplinks are required.

Specifications

Ethernet Switch Engine

Vitesse VSC7448 Carrier Grade Ethernet Switch Chipset

Ports

36 Total Switching Ports
• 4x 10G (SFI) Ports
• 8x 1G (SGMII) Ports
• 24x 1G (Copper 10/100/1000Mbps) Ports

Memory

128Mb Serial NOR Flash, 4Gb DDR3 SDRAM

I/O Connector Type

High-Density 440-pin Board-to-Board Connector

Switch Software Comparison

What is the difference between WebStaX, SMBStaX and IStaX?

FeatureWebStaXSMBStaXIStaX
BSP and API Features
Internal CPU
Port Control Features
Port speed/duplex mode/flow control
Per priority pause
Port frame size (jumbo frames)
Port state (administrative status)
Port status (link monitoring)
Port statistics (MIB counters)
Port VeriPHY (cable diagnostics)
PoE/PoE+—PD69208 support
PoE/PoE+ with LLDP
NPI port
PCIe
Dual CPU (application variant with JSON)
On-the-fly SFP detection
UDLD
QoS Features
Traffic classes (8 active priorities)
Port default priority
User priority
Input priority mapping
QoS control list (QCL Mode)
Global storm control for UC, MC, and BC
Random early discard (RED)
Port policers
Service policing including BW profile
Queue policers
Global/VCAP (ACL) policers
Port egress shaper
Queue egress shapers
DiffServ (RFC2474) remarking
Tag remarking
Scheduler mode
H-QoS scheduling
L2 Switching Features
Auto MAC address learning/ageing
MAC addresses static
Virtual LAN
VLAN translation
Private VLAN static
Port isolation static
MAC-based VLAN
Protocol-based VLAN
IP subnet-based VLAN
VLAN trunking
GARP VLAN registration GVRP
Multiple registration protocol MRP
Multiple VLAN registration protocol MVRP
IEEE-802.1ad provider bridge (native or translated
VLAN)
EVC classification of L4 flows (SIP, SIP, IP protocol,
SPort, DPort)—CE
7-tuple EVC rules
E-ACCESS (EPL, EVPL)
E-LINE (EPL, EVPL)
E-LAN (EP-LAN, EVP-LAN)
E-TREE (EP-TREE, EVP-TREE)
L2CP tunneling
MSTP
Rapid spanning tree RSTP, STP
Loop guard
Link aggregation static
Link aggregation LACP
BPDU guard and restricted role
Error disable recovery
IGMPv2 snooping
IGMPv3 snooping
MLDv1 snooping
MLDv2 snooping
IGMP filtering profile
IPMC throttling, filtering, and leave proxy
MVR
MVR profile
Voice VLAN
DHCP snooping
ARP inspection
Port mirroring
Flow mirroring
Rmirror
Protection Features
1:1 port protection—G.8031
1:N port protection—G.8031
G.8032 ring protection
G.8032 ring protection version 2
L3 and Routing Features
DHCP option 82 relay
UPNP
Security Features
Port-based 802.1X
Single 802.1X
Multiple 802.1X
MAC-based authentication
VLAN assignment
QoS assignment
Guest VLAN
RADIUS authentication and authorization
RADIUS accounting
MAC address limit
IP MAC binding
IP/MAC binding dynamic to static
TACACS+ authentication and authorization
TACACS+ command authorization
TACACS+ accounting
Web and CLI authentication
Authorization (15 user levels)
ACLs for filtering/policing/port copy
IP source guard
Synchronization Features
SyncE with SSM
Microsemi one-step TC PHY solution
1588v2 PTP with two-step clock
1588v2 PTP with one-step clock
Peer-to-peer transparent clock
End-to-end transparent clock
Boundary clock
Redundant masters and multiple timing domains
ITU filtering: only ZLS30380 network
synchronization algorithm
PTP over IPv4
Unicast/multicast
TC internal master/slave with PDV filtering and no
modulation or latency feedback from modems
TC internal master/slave with reduced PDV
filtering and modem provides feedback on
modulation or latency: only ZLS30380 network
synchronization algorithm
G.781-compliant clock selection algorithm for the
platform as a PTP slave: only ZLS30380 network
synchronization algorithm
Combined SyncE and 1588: only ZLS30380 network
synchronization algorithm
MSCC servo algorithm integration
MSCC DPLL API integration
G.8265.1 BMCA: only ZLS30380 network
synchronization algorithm
PTP profile: only ZLS30380 network
synchronization algorithm
Clock quality: only ZLS30380 network
synchronization algorithm
G.8275.1 BMCA: only ZLS30380 network
synchronization algorithm
G.8275-compliant filter: only ZLS30380 network
synchronization algorithm
PTP time interface
NTPv4 client
OAM and Test Features
Variable, request, and response
Discovery process and information. Event
notification and loopback.
Dying gasp
Dying gasp SNMP trap
Ingress/egress
FM: continuity check and remote defect indication
(ETH-CC + ETH-RDI)
FM: loopback (ETH-LB)
FM: link trace (ETH-LT)
FM: CFM dynamic TLV
FM: alarm indication signal (ETH-AIS)
FM: locked signal (ETH-LCK)
FM: test signal (ETH-Test)
FM: automatic protection switching (ETH-APS +
ETH-RAPS)
PM: dual-ended frame loss measurement—CCMbased (ETH-LM)
PM: single-ended frame loss measurement
LMM/LMR-based (ETH-LM)
PM: frame delay and delay variation measurement
(ETH-DM)
EPS/ERPS using ETH-CCM
OAM inject engine support
OAM inject engine support 2
Nested MEPs
Link state tracking
FM: link trace PDU (LTM) respond
FM: loopback PDU (LBM) respond
Subscriber MIP
Microsemi OAM Y.1731 PHY solution
Syslog for congestion fault management
RFC2544
RFC2544 LBM/LMR support
Advanced service activation measurements (SAM)
Y.1564
Single-ended measurement
SAM Y.1564 reflector support
SMAC/DMAC swap
Facility (NNI) TT data responder (loopback) in port
domain
Facility (NNI) TT data and TT OAM responder
(loopback) in EVC domain
Terminal (UNI) TT OAM responder (loopback) in
subscriber domain
Terminal (UNI) TT OAM responder (loopback) in
EVC domain
OAM HW engine
MEF 35 Phase 1 (performance monitoring)
MEF 35 Phase 2 (performance monitoring)
Robustness Features
Cold start
Cool start
Power Saving Features
ActiPHY
PerfectReach
EEE power management
LED power management
Thermal protection
Adaptive fan control
Customization Framework Features
Separate BSP and application
Allow customers to append or change a binary
image
IPC JSON-RPC socket (with notification support)
Overwrite default startup configuration
Boot and initialization of third-party daemons
Configuration to disable certain build-in features
Management Features
JSON-RPC
JSON-RPC notifications
Double VLAN tag management
DHCP client
DHCPv6 client
DHCP server
DNS client and proxy
HTTP server
CLI: console port
CLI: telnet
Industrial standard CLI
Industrial standard configuration
Industrial standard CLI debug commands
Management access filtering
HTTPS
SSHv2
IPv6 management
IPv6 ready logo PHASE2
RFC4884 (ICMPv6)
System syslog
Software upload through web
SNMPv1/v2c/v3 agent
Note: No SNMPv1 trap support
RMON (Groups 1, 2, 3, and 9)
RMON alarm and event (CLI, web)
Alarm module
IEEE 802.1AB-2005 link layer discovery LLDP
TIA 1057 LLDP-MED
Cisco discovery filtering: CDP
sFlow
Configuration download/upload: industrial
standard
Loop detection restore to default
Symbolic register access
Daylight saving
SD/MMC card slot support
Standard MIBs Features
RFC 2674 VLAN MIB
IEEE 802.1Q bridge MIB 2008
RFC 2819 RMON (Groups 1, 2. 3, and 9)
RFC 1213 MIB II
RFC 1215 TRAPS MIB
RFC 4188 bridge MIB
RFC 4292 IP forwarding table MIB
RFC 4293 management information base for the
internet protocol (IP): IPv6 only for APPL-4.00
RFC 5519 multicast group membership discovery
MIB
RFC 4668 RADIUS authorization client MIB
RFC 4670 RADIUS accounting MIB
RFC 3635 Ethernet-like MIB
RFC 2863 interface group MIB using SMI v2
RFC 3636 802.3 MAU MIB
RFC 4133 entity MIB version 3
RFC 4878 link OAM MIB
RFC 3411 SNMP management frameworks
RFC 3414 user-based security model for SNMPv4
RFC 3415 view-based access control model for
SNMP
RFC 2613 SMON VLAN statistics
RFC 2613 SMON: PortCopy
IEEE 802.1 MSTP MIB
IEEE 802.1AB LLDP-MIB (LLDP MIB included in a
clause of the STD)
IEEE 802.3ad (LACP MIB included in a clause of the
STD)
IEEE 802.1X (PAE MIB included in a clause of the
STD)
TIA 1057 LLDP-MED (MIB is part of the STD)
RFC 3621 LLDP-MED Power over Ethernet (PoE)
(No specific MIB for PoE+ exists)
Private MIB framework
Phase 1 private MIB support
Full private MIB support

Ordering Information

Main Products
Part Number Description
XDG201-01 Xtreme/10G Managed Ethernet Switch/Router with SMBStaX Firmware – includes XDG201 Conduction Cooled Heatplate
XDG202-01 Xtreme/10G Managed Ethernet Switch/Router with IStax Firmware – includes XDG201 Conduction Cooled Heatplate
Cables/Accessories
Part Number Description
XBG301 XDG201 Development Carrier
XHG201 XDG201 Conduction Cooled Heatplate

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