The FRM220A-1000EAS/X is an IEEE 802.3ah OAM compliant dual copper and dual fiber Gigabit Ethernet switch solution designed to make conversion between 10/100/1000Base-T(X) and 100/1000Base-X with SFP.
With embedded SNMP and Web-based management, the network administrator can monitor, configure and control the activity of each IEEE 802.3ah series card and remotely connected OAM compliant converter.
Based on a powerful L2 switch architecture, this converter supports bandwidth control, duplex and speed configuration, VLAN tagging, Q-in-Q, QoS, Spanning tree, jumbo frames as well as auto laser shutdown, link fault pass through, OAM loop back and dying gasp.
This card may also be controlled and monitored via an NMC in a managed chassis.
2-port 10/100/1000Base-T and 2-port 100/1000Base-X SFP
Supports local / remote IEEE 802.3ah OAM / IP In-band management
Standalone IP Based, Web GUI, Telnet, SNMP management
Auto-Negotiation or forced mode
Supports IEEE 802.1Q Tagged and Port based VLAN
Supports IEEE 802.1ad Q in Q double tagging
Forward 10K bytes Jumbo packets (max.)
Supports Flow control (Pause)
Supports OAM remote loopback to assist in diagnosing network problems
Supports bandwidth control
Supports remote CPE power fail detect (dying gasp)
Supports Far End Fault Indication (FEFI)
Supports Link Fault Pass-Through (LFPT)
Supports RMON counter
D/D function for supported SFP fiber transceiver
Auto Laser Shutdown (ALS)
Online local / remote f/w upgrade
Fiber Redundant mode
Spanning Tree Protocol
Default port and 802.1p tag priority QoS
Fixed or weighted priority QoS
Broadcast/Multicast/unknown unicast traffic storm control
In the Centrally managed application, the main chassis, all of its cards and all fiber connected remote CPE units can be provisioned and monitored from a single management point
Fiber Redundant / Trunking Application
Utilizing a special trunking function, the 1000EAS/X can be deployed in stand-alone, point-to-point applications and provide 1+1 redundant fiber protection
Fiber Ring Application
In the ring or mesh topology, Spanning Tree Protocol enables a highly resilient network based on multiple 1000EAS/X units