IPv 6 Deployment Plan The Global IPv 6

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IPv 6 Deployment Plan The Global IPv 6 Summit 2001 The Net. Iron Advantage

IPv 6 Deployment Plan The Global IPv 6 Summit 2001 The Net. Iron Advantage January © 2001 Foundry Networks, Inc.

Agenda • Foundry’s Product Overview • IPv 6 Implementation Plan 2 © 2001 Foundry

Agenda • Foundry’s Product Overview • IPv 6 Implementation Plan 2 © 2001 Foundry Networks Support Center.

Net. Iron Internet Backbone Router • Next Generation Routing Architecture – Effectively scales from

Net. Iron Internet Backbone Router • Next Generation Routing Architecture – Effectively scales from 128 to 480 Gbps of switching capacity – High-performance, low-latency, and Head-of-Line Blocking-free packet forwarding – Fully distributed switching delivers best Price/Performance ratio • Robust Internet Routing Suite – Full featured BGP 4, OSPF, IS-IS, and MPLS – Wire-speed ACLs and Extended ACLs for Security and Control Net. Iron 400 Net. Iron 800 Net. Iron 1500 3 © 2001 Foundry Networks Support Center.

Big. Iron Layer 2, 3 Switch • High-Performance Edge / Aggregation Functionality – High

Big. Iron Layer 2, 3 Switch • High-Performance Edge / Aggregation Functionality – High Port Density – IPX, Apple. Talk Routing – Complete Multicast Support • PIM Sparse/Dense, DVMRP, MBGP, MSDP, and IGMP • Iron. Core ASIC Chipset Modules – Wire-speed Rate Limiting – s. Fow Network Monitoring & Accounting Big. Iron 4000 Big. Iron 8000 Big. Iron 15000 4 © 2001 Foundry Networks Support Center.

Fast. Iron 4802 Stackable Switch • High Port Density – 1. 5 Rack units

Fast. Iron 4802 Stackable Switch • High Port Density – 1. 5 Rack units (7. 0 cm) – 2 Gigabit ports (mini. GBIC) – 48 10/100 ports • High Performance – 10, 100, 000 Packets per second – 34 Gbps Switching capacity • Advanced Features – Wire speed Rate Limiting – s. Flow Network Monitoring, Accounting and Billing – Hot swappable Power AC or DC Power supplies – Rapid Spanning Tree – Qo. S (Weighted Fair Queuing / Strict Priority) – Dynamic VLANs based on Port, Protocol or subnet • IPv 6 VLAN Ready 5 © 2001 Foundry Networks Support Center.

Building a High Availability Network • Foundry Deliver End-to-End Switching Solution – Core Router

Building a High Availability Network • Foundry Deliver End-to-End Switching Solution – Core Router – Aggregation / Wiring-Closet Switch – Access / Edge Switch – Web Switch • Investment Protection – Support ATM / POS Module – 10 Gigabit Ready – Common Command Line Interface(CLI) • Foundry’s End-to-End Switching Solution Internet Net. Iron as Core Router Big. Iron as Aggregation Switch Access Devices Server Farm 6 © 2001 Foundry Networks Support Center.

IPv 6 Deployment • The Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv 6) – Next-generation Internet

IPv 6 Deployment • The Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv 6) – Next-generation Internet Protocol as specified by IETF – IPv 6 offers expanded IP addresses to support the proliferation of Internet devices – Global Internet expansion, seamless mobility support, enhanced security and support for emerging advanced Web based applications. • Foundry’s Implementation – Collaboration with IP Infusion • Zeb. OS™ IPv 6 routing software • Most complete IPv 6 routing suite on the market today 7 © 2001 Foundry Networks Support Center.

IPv 6 Development at Phase I • Product Platform – Net. Iron – Big.

IPv 6 Development at Phase I • Product Platform – Net. Iron – Big. Iron • Major Features Supported – IPv 6 host stack, including TCP, UDP – IPv 6 support in boot code for TFTP – ICMP v 6 – Neighbor Discovery – Auto configuration of IPv 6 address (when IPv 6 routing is disabled) – Support for IPv 6 to IPv 4 transition (Tunneling IPv 6 over IPv 4) – Static Routes, RIP, BGP 4 extension for IPv 6 – IPv 6 over Ethernet and PPP – Support for Ping, Traceroute, TFTP, and Telnet over IPv 6 stack – IPv 6 ACL and Route Map support – IPv 6 MIB, CLI 8 © 2001 Foundry Networks Support Center.

IPv 6 Development at Phase II • Major Features Supported – Hardware based forwarding

IPv 6 Development at Phase II • Major Features Supported – Hardware based forwarding and ACLs – IS-IS extension for IPv 6 – OSPF v 3 – Translation of IPV 6/IPv 4 with NAT – Multicast Listener Discovery (IGMP v 2 for IPv 6) – IPv 6 over ATM – Support for IPv 6 flow and accounting – Support for PIM Sparse Mode for IPv 6 – Support for IPv 6 Multicast Forwarding in Hardware – IP Security for IPv 6 9 © 2001 Foundry Networks Support Center.

Summary • IPv 6 - no doubt of spread • Foundry will expand End-to-End

Summary • IPv 6 - no doubt of spread • Foundry will expand End-to-End Switching Solution to IPv 6. 10 © 2001 Foundry Networks Support Center.