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Old 04-11-2012, 06:10 AM
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Default VSP 7000 switches and support for standards

Hello,
I screened through the VSP 7000 Facts Sheet (http://www.avaya.com/usa/resource/as...eet/lb5289.pdf) and found many standards and features tagged with asterisk. Obvously this means : "roadmap feature". If this is true (and the document is up to date) then there would be no DCB (802.1Qxx), no VENA, no SPB (although TRILL is in), no Virtualized and Fabric Infra. In short all what makes sense in the Next Gen DCN is ... missing. Or what am I missing here?
Thank you for clarifying any mis-interpretation from my side.
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Old 04-13-2012, 12:46 AM
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I think they are all in the upcoming releases.
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Old 04-16-2012, 10:06 AM
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Hello, not really overwhelmed by answers on this rather basic question. Could someone at least confirm whether or not SPB ships in the VSP7000 today?
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Old 04-18-2012, 03:40 AM
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The current GA-release does not support SPBM.

https://downloads.avaya.com/css/P8/documents/100159922
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Hello, not really overwhelmed by answers on this rather basic question. Could someone at least confirm whether or not SPB ships in the VSP7000 today?
The VSP 7000 has been introduced to the market in phases. We initially launched the product in August 2011 with release 10.0 and soon followed up in March 2012 with 10.1 and have 10.2 scheduled for end of 2012.

The initial 10.0 release for the VSP7000 supported the following features:
  • 128k MAC Address Table
  • VLAN: 802.1p/Q support
  • VLAN: Port based VLANs
  • Broadcast / Multicast limiting
  • Port Mirroring (1 to 1)
  • 802.1D compliancy
  • 802.1D Spanning Tree
  • Dual Agent Support
  • MLT Disable/Enable whole trunk
  • MLT Scaling 11/2,1/4
  • 8 Hardware queues per port
  • QoS: 802.1p support
  • QoS: DSCP classification
  • QoS: enable/disable
  • QoS: Queue Set Support
  • Username Password History
  • Username Password Security
  • ACG (ASCII Config Generator)
  • ASCII Download Enhancements
  • Autosave Configuration
  • Bootp IPv4 address assignment
  • CLI quick start (no Menu UI)
  • CLI Support
  • CPU Utilization
  • DHCP Client
  • Factory-default Command
  • IPMGR
  • IPMGR: SSH control
  • Memory Utilisation
  • Ping command & TFTP file support
  • RMON support
  • Show Environmental
  • Show running-config defaults
  • Show running-config specific
  • SNMP
  • SNMP Trap Notification Control
  • SONMP
  • Syslog support IPv4
  • Telnet Client IPv4 (max 4 sessions)
  • Telnet Server IPv4 (max 4 sessions)
  • TFTP IPv4 (download image etc)
  • USB ASCII Config support
  • Write mem & save config Commands
The 10.1 release for the VSP7000 supports the following additional features:
  • VSP 7008XLS 8 port SFP & 7008XT 8 port 10GE MDAs
  • VSP 7000 Fabric Interconnect Stacking Cables
  • Protocol based VLANs & 1024 concurrent VLAN IDs
  • VSP 7000 Fabric Interconnect Stacking
  • AUR (Automatic Unit Replacement)
  • AUR: Ability to removing unit MAC address from stack
  • AUR: Agent Automatic Unit Replacement (AAUR)
  • AUR: Diagnostic Automatic Unit Replacement (DAUR)
  • AUR: Improvements (disable syncronisation)
  • AUR: Improvements (force restore unit)
  • Fabric Interconnect Stack Counters
  • Fabric Interconnect Stack Health Check
  • Fabric Interconnect Stack health monitoring & recovery
  • Fabric Interconnect Stack Loopback
  • Fabric Interconnect Stack Monitor
  • Force Mode Fabric Interconnect Stack
  • 802.1s & 802.1w
  • 802.3ad (LAG)
  • MLT/DMLT Scaling (32/8)
  • Virtual LACP including subtype handling
  • QoS: Advanced QoS (filtering / prioritisation)
  • QoS: DSCP Mutation
  • QoS: Extended IP/L2 Filter Options
  • QoS: IP/L2 Filter Options
  • QoS: Layer2-4 filtering / policies
  • QoS: Lossless operation support
  • QoS: Offset filtering
  • QoS: Traffic Profile Filter Set
  • QoS: Traffic Profile Metering
  • QoS: VLAN Range
  • Disable CLI Audit Log Command
  • Disable Console & USB ports
  • Erasable Audit Log
  • Extended Password History
  • HTTPS Secure Web Server
  • RADIUS Management, Fallback & Accounting (Management logging)
  • Secure FTP Client
  • SSHv2 Server & SSHv2 Client support
  • TACACS+
  • Unified Authentication
  • 10/100/1000 OOB Management Port Diags
  • 802.1AB (Core)
  • ACG RSTP/MSTP Support
  • BPDU Filtering
  • Configurable SNMP Trap Port
  • Configure Asset ID string
  • DNS Client IPv4
  • Enterprise Device Manager (EDM)
  • Factory-default Command
  • HiGig Counters (Internal diagnostic counters)
  • HTTP Server IPv4 & IPv6
  • IGMP v1/v2 snooping & proxy
  • IP.CFG
  • IPMGR: IPv6 & SSH support
  • IPv6: Management
  • Logout NNCLI Enhancement
  • MSTP manual enable
  • New unit quick to config
  • Port Oper enhancement
  • Reload Command
  • RMON: show RMON ethernet & history statistics
  • Show Port Enhancement
  • Show software status (show boot)
  • Shutdown command with enhancements
  • SNMP Traps: RSTP
  • SNTP including IPv4, IPv4, Timezone enhancement & Timezone recurring
  • Syslog support IPv6
  • Terminal Mode Permanent Setting & Terminal Security Mode
  • Total system Uptime
  • Traceroute command
  • USB ASCII Config support
  • USB load-on-boot
  • USB Show usb-files sub-directories

Then for 10.2 we have a huge number of upcoming features, in summary:
> SPB (Layer 2 VSNs) in standalone mode
> Fabric Interconnect Mesh
> Switch Clustering (SMLT)
> Layer3 Unicast routing (equivilant to 5000 6.2)
> Security items: DHCP Snoop, DAI, IPSG
> IGMPv3 support
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