RAX721-A is the latest L2/L3 aggregation device for the operator from Raisecom.
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RAX721-A is the latest L2/L3 aggregation device for the operator from Raisecom. It has 24 x GE (SFP) interfaces as well as 4 x 10GE (SFP+) interfaces. It supports IEEE1588v2 (TC) for clock synchronization as well as ITU-T G.8031 and G.8032 for link redundancy and BFD for fault detection. RAX721-A supports routing protocols including OSPF, BGP, MP-BGP. It is also MEF CE2.0 certified device which will also be shortly upgradeable to provide MPLS support after its debut in the market.

With a dimension of 44mm x 440mm x 360mm, RAX721-A fits into 1U rack space with operating temperature ranging from 0°C to 50°C makes the RAX721-A the most preferred L2/L3 aggregation device at the CO site.

• High capacity, high density
• High reliability and protection
  ◉ STP, RSTP, MSTP, and multi-RSTP
  ◉ LACP and MLACP
  ◉ ITU-T G.8032 with fault switching time less than 50ms (the fault detection can be based on physical interface and CFM CC)
  ◉ Dual-system and dual-configuration-file redundancy backup
• L3 Protocol Support
  ◉ full IGP/EGP protocol stack, RIP, OSPF, ISIS, BGP
  ◉ PIM-SM, IGMP V1, V2, V3 and IGMP Snooping
• OAM and SLA
  ◉ Point-to-point: EEE802.3ah
  ◉ End-to-end: hardware IEEE802.1ag to implement 3.3ms CC monitoring
  ◉ Rich SLA, Y.1731
  ◉ MEF CE2.0 certified E-Line, E-LAN, E-TREE and E-Access services
• Various security guarantees
  ◉ Various AAA mode such as RADIUS, TACACS+
  ◉ IEEE 802.1x
  ◉ Port secure MAC and limits on the MAC addresses to stop attacks from illegal users
  ◉ Various ACL policies to control packet forwarding flexibly
  ◉ DHCPv4/v6 Snooping and Option 82/18/37 to avoid DHCP attacks
  ◉ DAI and IP Source Guard based on the DHCP binding table to prevent ARP flooding attacks and IP attacks
  ◉ Broadcast storm and loop detection to ensure the stability of the network
  ◉ Lightning protection for the power supply and all the Ethernet electric interfaces and protect hardware investment of the customer
• Fine tunable QoS
  ◉ Rich scheduling policy such as SP, WRR, or SP + WRR, DRR, or SP+DRR
  ◉ Dual-bucket three-color CAR based on the traffic and H-CAR
  ◉ Statistics based on traffic
• IPv6 Ready
  ◉ IPv6 management
  ◉ IPv6 ACL
  ◉ DHCPv6 Snooping, RA Snooping and Option18/37 to ensure the network security
  ◉ MLD Snooping to ensure the IPv6 multicast monitoring
• Advanced management system
  ◉ SNMP, RMON, Telnet, SSH management interface to increase the usability of the device
  ◉ Automatic configuration and loading. The administrator can put the configuration file set in advance to the TFTP server for the
automatic loading of the switch while it is booting, thus simplifying the management and maintenance




4 x 10GE (SFP+) uplink interfaces + 24 x GE (SFP) downlink interfaces




Technical Standards

ITU-T G.8131, G.8031, and G.8032

ITU-T Y.1731, IEEE 802.3ah, and IEEE 802.1ag

BFD, ITU-T G.8113.1, IETF RFC5860



IETF RFC4664 L2VPN framework




360 (L) × 440 (W) × 44(H)