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Datasheet | Switches

AT-8000S/16
Layer 2 Managed Fast Ethernet Switch
AT-8000S/16 Secure Management Key Features
16 port standalone 10/100TX Layer 2 switch Only authorized administrators can access the
with 1 active SFP bay (unpopulated) and management interface of the 8000S series. Easy,Well Known Management
1 standby 10/100/1000T port (RJ-45) Protocols such as SSL, SSH and SNMP v3 Industry standard CLI
facilitate this protection of your network with Simple intuitive, full featured Allied Telesis
Overview local or remote connections. Web interface
The small form factor AT-8000S/16 provides Secure encrypted Web and CLI management
line-rate Layer 2 switching in an affordable, Securing the Network Edge with SSH v2 and SSL
fixed-configuration platform. Featuring easy To ensure the protection of your data, it is SNMP
installation and exceptional reliability, this important to control access to your network. Two level access privileges
10/100 switch comes with one Gigabit uplink Protocols such as IEEE 802.1x port-based
port with the option of the integrated copper authentication guarantee that only known users
All the QoS Needed in the Wiring Closet
10/100/1000 port or a 100 or 1000 SFP slot are connected to the network. Unknown users
for fiber connectivity. for Todays Voice and Data Networking
who physically connect can be isolated to a
pre-determined part of your network offering Eight priorities assigned to four queues
Ideal Workgroup and guests such benefits as Internet access while IEEE 802.1p for Layer 2 QoS
ensuring the integrity of your private network DSCP (DiffServ) for Layer 3 QoS
Remote Office Connectivity
Designed for the smaller workgroup or remote data. IEEE 802.1p to DSCP remarking traffic ready for
office this highly featured switch mirrors the transport to the Layer 3 core of the network
advanced feature set of the larger 8000S series Gigabit and Fast Ethernet SFP Layer 2 and Layer 3 ACL
stackable products while offering the benefits of Support
silent operation and a port density aimed at All switches in the 8000S family support both Securing the Network at its Most
right priced functionality. Gigabit and Fast Ethernet Small Form-factor Vulnerable Point
Pluggables (SFPs).This makes the 8000S series IEEE 802.1x and RADIUS network login: for
Easy Access Networking an ideal family for environments where Gigabit advanced control of user authentication and
Featuring an industry standard CLI and Allied fiber switches will be phased in over time.The accountability
Telesis intuitive yet fully featured Web interface 8000S family allows for connectivity to the Guest VLAN: to ensure visitors or unauthorized
the advanced features of the AT-8000S/16 are legacy 100FX hardware until it is upgraded to users connect only to services defined by IT. E.g.
accessible to a wide range of system Gigabit. Support for both speeds of SFPs allows Internet
administrators. The well known CLI and Web organizations to stay within budget as they TACACS+: for ease of management security
interfaces significantly reduce learning time and migrate to faster technologies. administration
minimize the cost of deployment. Layer 2 and Layer 3 ACL
Port MAC address security options

Small Form Factor


Standalone switch for remote locations
or where stacking is not required
Silent operation (fanless)

0+ %
Power Supply Efficiency

Allied Telesis www.alliedtelesis.com


AT-8000S/16 | Layer 2 Managed Fast Ethernet Switch
System Configuration General Standards Management and Monitoring
Dimensions 33cm x 23cm x 4.3cm IEEE 802.1D Bridging WEB, CLI, Serial
(W x D x H) (13 x 9.1 x 1.7) IEEE 802.3x BackPressure/ flow control RFC 1157 SNMPv1/v2c
Weight 1.95kg (4.29lb) RFC 2570 SNMPv3
Mounting 19 rack-mountable hardware RFC 1213 MIB-II
included Redundancy Standards RFC 1573 Evolution of MIB-II
IEEE 802.1D Spanning-Tree Protocol RFC 1215 TRAP MIB
IEEE 802.1W Rapid Spanning-Tree RFC 1493 Bridge MIB
System Capacity IEEE 802.1s Multiple Spanning-Tree RFC 2863 Interfaces group MIB
64MB RAM BPDU guard1 RFC 1643 Ethernet like MIB
16MB flash memory IEEE 802.3ad LACP link aggregation RFC 1757 RMON 4 groups:
400Mhz CPU (with up to eight members per Stats, History, Alarms, Events
Up to 4,096 VLAN ID group and up to eight groups per RFC 2674 IEEE 802.1Q MIB
8,000 MAC address device) RFC 1866 HTML
Packet buffer memory 1Mbit Static port trunk RFC 2068 HTTP
RFC 854 Telnet
RFC 783 TFTP
Performance Quality of Services (QoS) LLDP1
Wirespeed switching on all Ethernet ports for all packet
QoS in Layer 2 (IEEE 802.1p compliant Class of IEEE 802.1ab
sizes
Throughput 3.87Mpps Service) LLDP-MED1
Switching capacity 5.2Gbps Traffic prioritization using IEEE 802.1p, ToS, DSCP fields
Map IEEE 802.1p priorities to CoS queues to prioritize IP address allocation
MTBF 447,901 hours traffic at egress RFC 951/ RFC 1542 BootP / DHCP
Strict Scheduling and Weighted Round Robin DHCP snooping
Store and forward mode Manual
Non-blocking switch fabric
Auto MDI/MDI-X VLANs RFC 2030 SNTP (Simple Network Time Protocol)
IEEE 802.1Q VLAN tagging Syslog event
Latency Up to 256 VLANs Dual software images
10Mbit 85.71 sec Port-based VLANs
100Mbit 17.30 sec MAC-based VLANs Security
Private VLANs Management Security: user name
Port speed: GARP VLAN Registration Protocol (GVRP) and password protection
10/100TX RJ-45 SSHv2 Telnet management
10/100/1000T RJ-45 SSLv3 Web management
100FX, 1000SX, 1000LX SFP slot Multicast Standards RFC 1492 TACACS+
RS232 DB9 pin, male port RFC 1112 IGMP snooping (ver. 1) RFC 2138 RADIUS Authentication
Internal power supply no fan RFC 2236 IGMP snooping (ver. 2) IEEE 802.1x Port-based network access control
RFC 3376 IGMP snooping (ver. 3) IEEE 802.1x Dynamic VLAN1
RFC 3376 IGMP querier IEEE 802.1x RADIUS accounting1
Interface Standards Option to forward/filtering of unregistered MC frames1 IEEE 802.1x Multi-session mode1
IEEE 802.3 10T IEEE 802.1x Action on violation1
IEEE 802.3u 100TX and 100FX IEEE 802.1x Single-host violation1
IEEE 802.3z 1000SX IPv61 IEEE 802.1x Guest VLAN timeout1
IEEE 802.3ab 1000T IPv6 QoS IEEE 802.1x Authentication not-required1
IPv6 ACL Security login banner1
IPv6 Host Guest VLANs
RFC 2461 IPv6 neighbor discovery RFC 2865 IEEE 802.1x port-based network
RFC 2463 ICMPv6: Internet Control Message access control
Protocol version 6 MAC-based network access control
RFC 1981 Path MTU discovery ACL - Access Control Lists
Dual-stack IPv4/IPv6 protocol
IPv6 Tunnelling over IPv4
IPv6 Network management Fault Protection
IPv6 Applications: WEB/SSL Telnet Broadcast storm control
server/SSH, AAA/Radius, Management
ACLs, SNTP, PING, TFTP/Copy, Syslog

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AT-8000S/16 | Layer 2 Managed Fast Ethernet Switch
Power Characteristics Electrical/ Mechanical Approvals Ordering Information
Voltage input 100-240V AC Safety UL 1950 (UL/cUL), EN60950 (TUV)
Voltage output 12vDC EMI FCC Class A, EN55022 Class A, AT-8000S/16-xx
Current 0.75A VCCI Class A, C-Tick, EN61000-3-2, 16 port standalone 10/100TX Layer 2 switch with 1
Power consumption 13.80W2 EN61000-3-3 active SFP bay (unpopulated) and 1 standby
10/100/1000T port (RJ-45)
Power supply efficiency 71.35% Immunity EN55024
Heat dissipation 102.45BTU/hour RoHS compliant
Clock frequency 166MHz Where xx = 10 for US power cord
Acoustic noise 14.8dB 20 for no power cord
Package Description 30 for UK power cord
One AT-8000S/16 switch 40 for Australian power cord
Environmental Specifications Power cord AC 50 for European0 power cord
Operating temp 0C to 40C (32F to 104F) Rack-mount kit
Storage temp -25C to 70C (-13F to 158F) Rubber feet for desktop installation Accessories
Relative humidity 10% to 90% non-condensing RS232 management cable Small Form Pluggables (SFPs)
Storage humidity 5% to 95% non-condensing Install guide and user guide in CD and at
Operating altitude Maximum 3,000m (9,843ft) www.alliedtelesis.com AT-SPFX/2
Multi-mode Fiber, 2km, 100FX, SFP, 1310nm
Country of Origin
China AT-SPFX/15
Single-mode Fiber, 15km, 100FX, SFP, 1310nm

AT-SPFX/40
Single-mode Fiber, 40km, 100FX, SFP, 1310nm

AT-SPTX
Copper, GbE Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP)

AT-SPSX
Multi-mode Fiber, GbE Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP)
850nm

AT-SPLX10
Single-mode Fiber, 10km, GbE SFP, 1310nm

AT-SPLX40
Single-mode Fiber, 40km, GbE SFP, 1310nm

AT-SPLX40/1550
Single-mode Fiber, 40km, GbE SFP, 1550nm

AT-SPZX80
Single-mode Fiber, 80km, GbE SFP, 1550nm

1
New feature on AT-S94 version 3.0.0.32
2
Worst case load condition for actual measured power on sample unit

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Datasheet | Switches

AT-8000S/24
Layer 2 Stackable Fast Ethernet Switch
AT-8000S/24 Secure Management Key Features
24 port stackable 10/100TX Layer 2 switch Only authorized administrators can access the
with 2 active SFP bays (unpopulated) and management interface of the 8000S series. Easy,Well Known Management
2 standby 10/100/1000T ports (RJ-45) Protocols such as SSL, SSH and SNMPv3 Industry standard CLI
facilitate this protection of your network with Simple intuitive, full featured Allied Telesis
Overview local or remote connections. Web Interface
One of a series of stackable switches from Secure encrypted Web and CLI management
Allied Telesis, the AT-8000S/24 provides high Securing the Network Edge with SSHv2 and SSL
performance Layer 2 switching in an affordable To ensure the protection of your data, it is SNMP
fixed configuration platform.This switch offers important to control access to your network. Two level access privileges
24 10/100 ports, two fixed 1Gbps SFP slots Protocols such as IEEE 802.1x port-based
plus two integrated stacking connectors that authentication guarantee that only known users
Affordable Truly Stackable 10/100
deliver a total of 4Gbps stacking bandwidth. are connected to the network. Unknown users
The stacking capability integrated into this Switching Platform
who physically connect can be isolated to a
platform is configured as a resilient ring pre-determined part of your network offering Single IP address stack management
topology designed to provide high reliability guests such benefits as Internet access while 4Gig resilient ring stacking architecture
and simplified management for higher port ensuring the integrity of your private network Across stack link aggregation
density applications. data. Across stack VLAN configuration
Across stack port mirroring
Ideal Branch Office and Wiring Gigabit and Fast Ethernet SFP Redundant standby stack master
Closet Connectivity Support
Powerful line rate performance and stackability All switches in the 8000S family support both All the QoS Needed in the Wiring Closet
make this switch ideal for branch offices or the Gigabit and Fast Ethernet Small Form-factor for Todays Voice and Data Networking
wiring closet of larger offices. The state-of-the- Pluggables (SFPs).This makes the 8000S series Eight priorities assigned to four queues
art QoS capability of this product ensures an ideal family for environments where Gigabit IEEE 802.1p for Layer 2 QoS
reliable delivery of advanced network services fiber switches will be phased in over time.The DSCP (DiffServ) for Layer 3 QoS
such as voice while effectively controlling the 8000S family allows for connectivity to the IEEE 802.1p to DSCP remarking traffic ready for
continually increasing traffic needs found in legacy 100FX hardware until it is upgraded to transport to the Layer 3 core of the network
todays networks. Gigabit. Support for both speeds of SFPs allows Layer 2 and Layer 3 ACL
organizations to stay within budget as they
Easy Access Networking migrate to faster technologies. Securing the Network at its Most
Featuring an industry standard CLI and Allied Vulnerable Point
Telesis intuitive yet fully featured Web interface IEEE 802.1x and RADIUS network login: for
the advanced features of the AT-8000S/24 are advanced control of user authentication and
accessible to a wide range of system accountability
administrators. The well known CLI and Web Guest VLAN: to ensure visitors or unauthorized
interfaces significantly reduce learning time and
users connect only to services defined by IT. E.g.
minimize the cost of deployment.
Internet
TACACS+: for ease of management security
administration
Layer 2 and Layer 3 ACL
Port MAC address security options

%
+
Power Supply Efficiency

Allied Telesis www.alliedtelesis.com


AT-8000S/24 | Layer 2 Stackable Fast Ethernet Switch
System Configuration General Standards Management and Monitoring
Dimensions 44cm x 25.7cm x 4.3cm IEEE 802.1D Bridging WEB, CLI, Serial
(W x D x H) (17.3 x 10.1 x 1.7) IEEE 802.3x BackPressure/ flow control RFC 1157 SNMPv1/v2c
Weight 3.15kg (6.94lb) RFC 2570 SNMPv3
Mounting 19 rack-mountable hardware RFC 1213 MIB-II
included Redundancy Standards RFC 1573 Evolution of MIB-II
IEEE 802.1D Spanning-Tree Protocol RFC 1215 TRAP MIB
IEEE 802.1W Rapid Spanning-Tree RFC 1493 Bridge MIB
System Capacity IEEE 802.1s Multiple Spanning-Tree RFC 2863 Interfaces group MIB
64MB RAM BPDU guard1 RFC 1643 Ethernet like MIB
16MB flash memory IEEE 802.3ad LACP link aggregation RFC 1757 RMON 4 groups:
400Mhz CPU (with up to eight members per Stats, History, Alarms, Events
Up to 4,096 VLAN ID group and up to eight groups per RFC 2674 IEEE 802.1Q MIB
8,000 MAC address device) RFC 1866 HTML
Packet buffer memory 1Mbit Static port trunk RFC 2068 HTTP
RFC 854 Telnet
RFC 783 TFTP
Performance Quality of Services (QoS) LLDP1
Wirespeed switching on all Ethernet ports for all packet
QoS in Layer 2 (IEEE 802.1p compliant Class of IEEE 802.1ab
sizes
Throughput 9.52Mpps Service) LLDP-MED1
Switching capacity 12.8Gbps Traffic prioritization using IEEE 802.1p, ToS, DSCP fields
Map IEEE 802.1p priorities to CoS queues to prioritize IP address allocation
MTBF 233,997 hours in standalone traffic at egress RFC 951/ RFC 1542 BootP/ DHCP
operation Strict Scheduling and Weighted Round Robin DHCP snooping
221,210 hours in stacked operation Manual
(up to 6) with no free space
between switches VLANs RFC 2030 SNTP, Simple Network Time Protocol
MTBF figures apply to fanless model (v2) introduced IEEE 802.1Q VLAN tagging Syslog event
2009 Up to 256 VLANs Dual software images
Port-based VLANs
Store and forward mode MAC-based VLANs Stacking
Non-blocking switch fabric Private VLANs Up to six units
Auto MDI/MDI-X GARP VLAN Registration Protocol (GVRP) Single system appearance
Single IP management
Latency Backup master
10Mbit 85.39 sec Multicast Standards Full-duplex link with 2Gbps performance
100Mbit 17.49 sec RFC 1112 IGMP snooping (ver. 1) Link aggregation/trunking across stack
1000Mbit 2.72 sec RFC 2236 IGMP snooping (ver. 2) Port mirroring across stack
RFC 3376 IGMP snooping (ver. 3) VLAN across stack
Port speed RFC 3376 IGMP querier
10/100TX RJ-45 Option to forward/filtering of unregistered MC frames1
10/100/1000T RJ-45
100FX, 1000SX, 1000LX SFP slot
RS232 DB9 pin, male port IPv61
Internal power supply and fan IPv6 QoS
IPv6 ACL
IPv6 Host
Interface Standards RFC 2461 IPv6 neighbor discovery
IEEE 802.3 10T RFC 2463 ICMPv6: Internet Control Message
IEEE 802.3u 100TX and 100FX Protocol version 6
IEEE 802.3z 1000SX RFC 1981 Path MTU discovery
IEEE 802.3ab 1000T Dual-stack IPv4/IPv6 protocol
IPv6 Tunnelling over IPv4
IPv6 Network management
IPv6 Applications: WEB/SSL Telnet
server/SSH, AAA/Radius, Management
ACLs, SNTP, PING, TFTP/Copy, Syslog

Allied Telesis www.alliedtelesis.com


AT-8000S/24 | Layer 2 Stackable Fast Ethernet Switch
Security Environmental Specifications Ordering Information
Management security: username and Operating temp 0C to 40C (32F to 104F)
password protection Storage temp -25C to 70C (-13F to 158F) AT-8000S/24-xx
SSHv2 for Telnet management Relative humidity 10% to 90% non-condensing 24 port stackable 10/100TX Layer 2 switch with 2
SSLv3 for Web management Storage humidity 5% to 95% non-condensing active SFP bays (unpopulated) and 2 standby
10/100/1000T ports (RJ-45)
RFC 1492 TACACS+ Operating altitude Maximum 3,000m (9,843ft)
RFC 2138 RADIUS authentication
IEEE 802.1x Port-based network access control Where xx = 10 for US power cord
IEEE 802.1x Dynamic VLAN1 Electrical/ Mechanical Approvals 20 for no power cord
IEEE 802.1x RADIUS accounting1 Safety UL 1950 (UL/cUL), EN60950 (TUV) 30 for UK power cord
IEEE 802.1x Multi-session mode1 EMI FCC Class A, EN55022 Class A, 40 for Australian power cord
IEEE 802.1x Action on violation1 VCCI Class A, C-Tick, EN61000-3-2, 50 for European power cord
IEEE 802.1x Single-host violation1 EN61000-3-3
IEEE 802.1x Guest VLAN timeout1 Immunity EN55024 Accessories
IEEE 802.1x Authentication not-required1 RoHS compliant Small Form Pluggables (SFPs)
Security login banner1
Guest VLANs AT-SPFX/2
RFC 2865 IEEE 802.1x port-based network Package Description Multi-mode Fiber, 2km, 100FX, SFP, 1310nm
access control One AT-8000S/24 switch
MAC-based network access control Power cord AC AT-SPFX/15
ACL - Access Control Lists Rack-mount kit Single-mode Fiber, 15km, 100FX, SFP, 1310nm
Rubber feet for desktop installation AT-SPFX/40
Fault Protection RS232 management cable Single-mode Fiber, 40km, 100FX, SFP, 1310nm
Broadcast storm control Stacking cable
Install guide and user guide in CD and at AT-SPTX
www.alliedtelesis.com Copper, GbE Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP)
Power Characteristics
Voltage input 100-240V AC AT-SPSX
Multi-mode Fiber, GbE Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP)
Voltage output 12vDC Country of Origin
850nm
Current 1.5A China
Power consumption 26.5W2 AT-SPLX10
Power supply efficiency 78.46% Single-mode Fiber, 10km, GbE SFP, 1310nm
Heat dissipation 184.41 BTU/hour
Clock frequency 166MHz AT-SPLX40
Acoustic noise 14.9dB Single-mode Fiber, 40km, GbE SFP, 1310nm

AT-SPLX40/1550
Single-mode Fiber, 40km, GbE SFP, 1550nm

AT-SPZX80
Single-mode Fiber, 80km, GbE SFP, 1550nm

1
New feature on AT-S94 version 3.0.0.32
2
Worst case load condition for actual measured power on sample unit

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European Headquarters | Via Motta 24 | 6830 Chiasso | Switzerland | T: +41 91 69769.00 | F: +41 91 69769.11
Asia-Pacific Headquarters | 11 Tai Seng Link | Singapore | 534182 | T: +65 6383 3832 | F: +65 6383 3830
www.alliedtelesis.com
2009 Allied Telesis Inc. All rights reserved. Information in this document is subject to change without notice. All company names, logos, and product designs that are trademarks or registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners. 617-000175 Rev. N
Datasheet | Switches

AT-8000S/48
Layer 2 Stackable Fast Ethernet Switch
AT-8000S/48 Secure Management Key Features
48 port stackable 10/100TX Layer 2 switch Only authorized administrators can access the
with 2 active SFP bays (unpopulated) and management interface of the 8000S series. Easy,Well Known Management
2 standby 10/100/1000T ports (RJ-45) Protocols such as SSL, SSH and SNMPv3 Industry standard CLI
facilitate this protection of your network with Simple intuitive, full featured Allied Telesis
Overview local or remote connections. Web Interface
One of a series of stackable switches from Secure encrypted Web and CLI management
Allied Telesis, the AT-8000S/48 provides high Securing the Network Edge with SSHv2 and SSL
performance Layer 2 switching in an affordable To ensure the protection of your data, it is SNMP
fixed configuration platform.This switch offers important to control access to your network. Two level access privileges
48 10/100 ports, two fixed 1Gbps SFP slots Protocols such as IEEE 802.1x port-based
plus two integrated stacking connectors that authentication guarantee that only known users
Affordable Truly Stackable 10/100
deliver a total of 4Gbps stacking bandwidth.The are connected to the network. Unknown users
stacking capability integrated into this platform Switching Platform
who physically connect can be isolated to a
is configured as a resilient ring topology pre-determined part of your network offering Single IP address stack management
designed to provide high reliability and guests such benefits as Internet access while 4Gig resilient ring stacking architecture
simplified management for higher port density ensuring the integrity of your private network Across stack link aggregation
applications. data. Across stack VLAN configuration
Across stack port mirroring
Ideal Branch Office and Wiring Gigabit and Fast Ethernet SFP Redundant standby stack master
Closet Connectivity Support
Powerful line rate performance and stackability All switches in the 8000S family support both All the QoS Needed in the Wiring Closet
make this switch ideal for branch offices or the Gigabit and Fast Ethernet Small Form-factor for Todays Voice and Data Networking
wiring closet of larger offices. The state-of-the- Pluggables (SFPs).This makes the 8000S series Eight priorities assigned to four queues
art QoS capability of this product ensures an ideal family for environments where Gigabit IEEE 802.1p for Layer 2 QoS
reliable delivery of advanced network services fiber switches will be phased in over time.The DSCP (DiffServ) for Layer 3 QoS
such as voice while effectively controlling the 8000S family allows for connectivity to the IEEE 802.1p to DSCP remarking traffic ready for
continually increasing traffic needs found in legacy 100FX hardware until it is upgraded to transport to the Layer 3 core of the network
todays networks. Gigabit. Support for both speeds of SFPs allows Layer 2 and Layer 3 ACL
organizations to stay within budget as they
Easy Access Networking migrate to faster technologies. Securing the Network at its Most
Featuring an industry standard CLI and Allied Vulnerable Point
Telesis intuitive yet fully featured Web interface IEEE 802.1x and RADIUS network login: for
the advanced features of the AT-8000S/48 are advanced control of user authentication and
accessible to a wide range of system accountability
administrators. The well known CLI and Web Guest VLAN: to ensure visitors or unauthorized
interfaces significantly reduce learning time and
users connect only to services defined by IT e.g.
minimize the cost of deployment.
Internet
TACACS+: for ease of management security
administration
Layer 2 and Layer 3 ACL
Port MAC address security options

%
+
Power Supply Efficiency

Allied Telesis www.alliedtelesis.com


AT-8000S/48 | Layer 2 Stackable Fast Ethernet Switch
System Configuration Redundancy Standards Management and Monitoring
Dimensions 44cm x 25.7cm x 4.3cm IEEE 802.1D Spanning-Tree Protocol WEB, CLI, Serial
(W x D x H) (17.3 x 10.1 x 1.7) IEEE 802.1W Rapid Spanning-Tree RFC 1157 SNMPv1/v2c
Weight 3.38kg (7.45lb) IEEE 802.1s Multiple Spanning-Tree RFC 2570 SNMPv3
Mounting 19 rack-mountable hardware BPDU guard1 RFC 1213 MIB-II
included IEEE 802.3ad LACP link aggregation RFC 1573 Evolution of MIB-II
(with up to eight members per RFC 1215 TRAP MIB
group and up to eight groups per RFC 1493 Bridge MIB
System Capacity device) RFC 2863 Interfaces group MIB
64MB RAM Static port trunk RFC 1643 Ethernet like MIB
16MB flash memory RFC 1757 RMON 4 groups:
400Mhz CPU Stats, History, Alarms, Events
Up to 4,096 VLAN ID Quality of Services (QoS) RFC 2674 IEEE 802.1Q MIB
8,000 MAC address QoS in Layer 2 (IEEE 802.1p compliant Class of RFC 1866 HTML
Packet buffer memory 1Mbit Service) RFC 2068 HTTP
Traffic prioritization using IEEE 802.1p, ToS, DSCP fields RFC 854 Telnet
Map IEEE 802.1p priorities to CoS queues to prioritize RFC 783 TFTP
Performance traffic at egress LLDP1
Wirespeed switching on all Ethernet ports for all packet
Strict Scheduling and Weighted Round Robin IEEE 802.1ab
sizes
Throughput 13.09Mpps LLDP-MED1
Switching capacity 17.6Gbps
VLANs IP address allocation
MTBF 314,322 hours IEEE 802.1Q VLAN tagging RFC 951/ RFC 1542 BootP/ DHCP
Up to 256 VLANs DHCP snooping
Store and forward mode Port-based VLANs Manual
Non-blocking switch fabric MAC-based VLANs
Auto MDI/MDI-X Private VLANs RFC 2030 SNTP, Simple Network Time Protocol
GARP VLAN Registration Protocol (GVRP) Syslog event
Latency Dual software images
10Mbit 88.60 sec
100Mbit 18.06 sec Multicast Standards Stacking
1000Mbit 2.82 sec RFC 1112 IGMP snooping (ver. 1) Up to six units
RFC 2236 IGMP snooping (ver. 2) Single system appearance
Port speed RFC 3376 IGMP snooping (ver. 3) Single IP management
10/100TX RJ-45 RFC 3376 IGMP querier Backup master
10/100/1000T RJ-45 Option to forward/filtering of unregistered MC frames1 Full-duplex link with 2Gbps performance
100FX, 1000SX, 1000LX SFP slot Link aggregation/trunking across stack
RS232 DB9 pin, male port Port mirroring across stack
Internal power supply and fan IPv61 VLAN across stack
IPv6 QoS
IPv6 ACL
Interface Standards IPv6 Host
IEEE 802.3 10T RFC 2461 IPv6 neighbor discovery
IEEE 802.3u 100TX and 100FX RFC 2463 ICMPv6: Internet Control Message
IEEE 802.3z 1000SX Protocol version 6
IEEE 802.3ab 1000T RFC 1981 Path MTU discovery
Dual-stack IPv4/IPv6 protocol
IPv6 Tunnelling over IPv4
General Standards IPv6 Network management
IEEE 802.1D Bridging IPv6 Applications: WEB/SSL Telnet
IEEE 802.3x BackPressure/ flow control server/SSH, AAA/Radius, Management
ACLs, SNTP, PING, TFTP/Copy, Syslog

Allied Telesis www.alliedtelesis.com


AT-8000S/48 | Layer 2 Stackable Fast Ethernet Switch
Security Environmental Specifications Ordering Information
Management security: username and password protection Operating temp 0C to 40C (32F to 104F)
SSHv2 for Telnet management Storage temp -25C to 70C (-13F to 158F) AT-8000S/48-xx
SSLv3 for Web management Relative humidity 10% to 90% non-condensing 48 port stackable 10/100TX Layer 2 switch with
RFC 1492 TACACS+ Storage humidity 5% to 95% non-condensing 2 active SFP bays (unpopulated) and 2 standby
10/100/1000T ports (RJ-45)
RFC 2138 RADIUS Authentication Operating altitude Maximum 3,000m (9,843ft)
IEEE 802.1x Port-based network access control
IEEE 802.1x Dynamic VLAN1 Where xx = 10 for US power cord
IEEE 802.1x RADIUS accounting1 Electrical/ Mechanical Approvals 20 for no power cord
IEEE 802.1x Multi-session mode1 Safety UL 1950 (UL/cUL), EN60950 (TUV) 30 for UK power cord
IEEE 802.1x Action on violation1 EMI FCC Class A, EN55022 Class A, 40 for Australian power cord
IEEE 802.1x Single-host violation1 VCCI Class A, C-Tick, EN61000-3-2, 50 for European power cord
IEEE 802.1x Guest VLAN timeout1 EN61000-3-3
IEEE 802.1x Authentication not-required1 Immunity EN55024 Accessories
Security login banner1 RoHS compliant Small Form Pluggables (SFPs)
Guest VLANs
RFC 2865 IEEE 802.1x port-based network AT-SPFX/2
access control Package Description Multi-mode Fiber, 2km, 100FX, SFP, 1310nm
MAC-based network access control One AT-8000S/48 switch
ACL - Access Control Lists Power cord AC AT-SPFX/15
Rack-mount kit Single-mode Fiber, 15km, 100FX, SFP, 1310nm
Fault Protection Rubber feet for desktop installation AT-SPFX/40
Broadcast storm control RS232 management cable Single-mode Fiber, 40km, 100FX, SFP, 1310nm
Stacking cable
Power Characteristics Install guide and user guide in CD and at AT-SPTX
Voltage input 100- 240V AC www.alliedtelesis.com Copper, GbE Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP)
Voltage output 12vDC
Current 1.5A Country of Origin AT-SPSX
Multi-mode Fiber, GbE Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP)
Power consumption 32.6W2 China
850nm
Power supply efficiency 79.88%
Heat dissipation 184.41 BTU/hour AT-SPLX10
Clock Frequency 166MHz Single-mode Fiber, 10km, GbE SFP, 1310nm
Acoustic noise 41dB
AT-SPLX40
Single-mode Fiber, 40km, GbE SFP, 1310nm

AT-SPLX40/1550
Single-mode Fiber, 40km, GbE SFP, 1550nm

AT-SPZX80
Single-mode Fiber, 80km, GbE SFP, 1550nm

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Datasheet | Switches

AT-8000GS/24
Layer 2 Stackable Gigabit Ethernet Switch
AT-8000GS/24 Easy Access Networking Key Features
24 port stackable 10/100/1000T Layer 2 Featuring an industry standard CLI and Allied
switch with 4 standby SFP bays (unpopulated) Telesis intuitive yet fully featured Web interface Easy,Well Known Management
the advanced features of the AT-8000GS/24 are Industry standard CLI
Overview accessible to a wide range of system Simple intuitive, full featured Allied Telesis
One of a series of high performance Gigabit administrators.The well known CLI and Web Web Interface
Ethernet stackable switches from Allied Telesis, interfaces significantly reduce learning time and Secure encrypted Web and CLI management
the AT-8000GS/24 provides high performance minimize the cost of deployment.
with SSHv2 and SSL
Layer 2 switching in an affordable fixed Two levels access privileges
configuration platform.This switch offers 24 Secure Management SNMP
10/100/1000 ports, with four combo 1Gbps Only authorized administrators can access the
SFP slots.Two integrated stacking connectors management interface of the 8000GS series.
Affordable Truly Stackable 10/100/1000
deliver a total of 20Gbps stacking bandwidth. Protocols such as SSL, SSH and SNMPv3
The stacking capability integrated into this Switching Platform
facilitate this protection of your network with
platform is configured as a resilient ring local or remote connections. Single IP address stack management
topology designed to provide high reliability 20Gig resilient ring stacking architecture
and simplified management for higher port Securing the Network Edge Across stack link aggregation
density applications. Support for jumbo To ensure the protection of your data, it is Across stack VLAN configuration
Ethernet frames enables higher throughput of important to control access to your network. Across stack port mirroring
time sensitive data. Protocols such as IEEE 802.1x port-based Redundant standby stack master
authentication guarantee that only known users
Near Silent Operation are connected to the network. Unknown users All the QoS Needed in the Wiring Closet
Specifically designed to be usable in an open who physically connect can be isolated to a for Todays Voice and Data Networking
office or retail store environment the pre-determined part of your network offering Eight priorities assigned to four queues
AT-8000GS/24 uses the latest in low power guests such benefits as Internet access while IEEE 802.1p for Layer 2 QoS
technologies to minimize both power ensuring the integrity of your private network DSCP (DiffServ) for Layer 3 QoS
consumption and the need for excessive data. IEEE 802.1p to DSCP remarking traffic ready for
cooling fans. transport to the Layer 3 core of the network
Layer 2 and Layer 3 Access Control Lists (ACL)
Ideal Branch Office and Wiring
Closet Connectivity Securing the Network at its Most
Powerful line rate performance and stackability Vulnerable Point
make this switch ideal for branch offices or the IEEE 802.1x and RADIUS network login: for
wiring closet of larger offices.The state-of-the advanced control of user authentication and
art QoS capability of this product ensures accountability
reliable delivery of advanced network services Guest VLAN: to ensure visitors or unauthorized
such as voice while effectively controlling the
users connect only to services defined by IT. E.g.
continually increasing traffic needs found in
Internet
todays networks.
TACACS+: for ease of management security
administration
Layer 2 and Layer 3 Access Control Lists (ACL)
Port MAC Address security options

%
+
Power Supply Efficiency

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AT-8000GS/24 | Layer 2 Stackable Gigabit Ethernet Switch
Security Electrical/ Mechanical Approvals Ordering Information
Management security: username and Safety UL 1950, CSA22.2 no.950,
password protection TUV (EN60950), CE AT-8000GS/24-xx
SSHv2 for Telnet management EMI FCC Class A, EN55022 Class A, 24 port stackable 10/100/1000T Layer 2 switch
with 4 Standby SFP bays (unpopulated)
SSLv3 for Web management VCCI Class A, C-TICK
RFC 1492 TACACS+ Immunity EN50082-1
RFC 2618 RADIUS authentication RoHS compliant 6/6 compliant Where xx = 10 for US power cord
IEEE 802.1x Dynamic VLAN1 Environmental 20 for no power cord
IEEE 802.1x RADIUS accounting1 Standard ATI QLT 1220 30 for UK power cord
IEEE 802.1x Multi-session mode1 40 for Australian power cord
IEEE 802.1x Action on violation1 50 for European power cord
IEEE 802.1x Single-host violation1 Package Description
IEEE 802.1x Guest VLAN timeout1 One AT-8000GS/24 switch Accessories
IEEE 802.1x Authentication not-required1 Power cord AC
Small Form Pluggables (SFPs)
Security login banner1 Rack-mount kit
RFC 2865 IEEE 802.1x port-based Rubber feet for desktop installation AT-SPFX/2
network access control RS232 management cable (RJ-45) Multi-mode Fiber, 2km, 100FX, SFP, 1310nm
MAC-based network access control Stacking cable
Guest VLANs Install guide and user guide available on the CD and AT-SPFX/15
ACL Access Control Lists at www.alliedtelesis.com Single-mode Fiber, 15km, 100FX, SFP, 1310nm

AT-SPFX/40
Single-mode Fiber, 40km, 100FX, SFP, 1310nm
Fault Protection Country of Origin
Broadcast storm control China AT-SPTX
Copper, GbE Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP)

Power Characteristics AT-SPSX


Multi-mode Fiber, GbE Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP)
Voltage input 100-240V AC / 50-60Hz
850nm
Current 3.25A
Power consumption 39.6W AT-SPLX10
Power supply efficiency 75% Single-mode Fiber, 10km, GbE SFP, 1310nm
Acoustic noise 35.4dB
Maximum heat dissipation 135.1 BTU/hour AT-SPLX40
Single-mode Fiber, 40km, GbE SFP, 1310nm

AT-SPLX40/1550
Environmental Specifications Single-mode Fiber, 40km, GbE SFP, 1550nm
Operating temp 0C to 40C (32F to 104F)
Storage temp 25C to 70C (-13F to 158F) AT-SPZX80
Operating humidity5% to 80% non-condensing Single-mode Fiber, 80km, GbE SFP, 1550nm
Storage humidity 5% to 95% non-condensing
Operating altitude Maximum 3,000m (9,843ft)

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AT-8000GS/24 | Layer 2 Stackable Gigabit Ethernet Switch
Access Control Lists (ACLs) Interface Standards IPv61
Access Control Lists enable inspection of IEEE 802.3 10T and 10FL IPv6 QoS
incoming frames and classify them based on IEEE 802.3u 100TX IPv6 ACL
various criteria. Specific actions can then be IEEE 802.3z 1000SX IPv6 Host
applied to these frames in order to more IEEE 802.3ab 1000T RFC 2461 IPv6 neighbor discovery
effectively manage the network traffic. Typically RFC 2463 ICMPv6: Internet Control Message
ACLs are used as a security mechanism, either Protocol version 6
permitting or denying entry (hence the name General Standards RFC 1981 Path MTU discovery
Access Control) for frames in a group, but can IEEE 802.1D Bridging Dual-stack IPv4/IPv6 protocol
also be applied to QoS.
IEEE 802.3x BackPressure/flow control IPv6 Tunnelling over IPv4
IPv6 Network management
Supported ACL types are:
IP ACLs applicable to IP packet type.
IPv6 Applications: WEB/SSL Telnet
All classification fields are related to IP Redundancy Standards server/SSH, AAA/Radius, Management
packets. IEEE 802.1D Spanning-Tree Protocol with optional ACLs, SNTP, PING, TFTP/Copy, Syslog
MAC ACLs classification fields are based on fast link capability
Layer 2 fields. IEEE 802.1W Rapid Spanning-Tree
IEEE 802.1s Multiple Spanning-Tree Management and Monitoring
BPDU guard WEB, CLI, Telnet, SSH, serial console port
Technical Specifications IEEE 802.3ad LACP link aggregation RFC 1157 SNMPv1/v2c
System Configuration (with up to eight members per RFC 2570 SNMPv3
Dimensions 44cm x 25.7cm x 4.32cm
group and up to eight groups per RFC 1213 MIB-II
(W x D x H) (17.32 x 10.16 x 1.7)
device) RFC 1573 Evolution of MIB-II
Weight 3.15kg (6.94lb)
Static port trunk RFC 1215 TRAP MIB
Mounting 19 rack-mountable hardware
RFC 1493 Bridge MIB
included
RFC 2863 Interfaces group MIB
Quality of Services (QoS) RFC 1643 Ethernet like MIB
QoS in Layer 2 (IEEE 802.1p compliant Class of RFC 1757 RMON 4 groups:
System Capacity
Service) Stats, History, Alarms, Events
128MB RAM
Traffic prioritization using IEEE 802.1p, ToS, DSCP fields RFC 2674 IEEE 802.1Q MIB
16MB flash memory
Map IEEE 802.1p priorities to CoS queues to prioritize RFC 1866 HTML
Up to 4,096 VLAN ID
traffic at egress RFC 2068 HTTP
8,000 MAC address
Packet buffer memory 3Mbit Strict scheduling and weighted round robin RFC 854 Telnet
RFC 783 TFTP
LLDP1
Performance IEEE 802.1ab
VLANs
Wirespeed switching on all Ethernet ports for all packet LLDP-MED1
IEEE 802.1Q VLAN tagging
sizes including jumbo frames up to 10Kbytes
Throughput up to 50.6Mpps Up to 256 active VLANs
IP address allocation
Switching capacity 68Gbps Port-based VLANs
RFC 951/ RFC 1542 BootP/ DHCP manual
Switch fabric speed 88Gbps MAC-based VLANs
DHCP snooping
Private VLANs
RFC 2030 SNTP, Simple Network Time Protocol
MTBF 100,000 hours GARP VLAN Registration Protocol (GVRP)
Syslog event
Dual software images
Auto-negotiation, duplex, MDI/MDI-X
Multicast Standards
Stacking:
Port speed: RFC 1112 IGMP snooping (ver. 1)
Up to six units with a mix of AT-8000GS/24,
10/100TX RJ-45 RFC 2236 IGMP snooping (ver. 2)
AT-8000GS/24POE and AT-8000GS/48 can be stacked
100FX SFP support1 RFC 3376 IGMP snooping (ver. 3)
together in any combination
10/100/1000T RJ-45 RFC 3376 IGMP querier
Single system appearance
1000SX, 1000LX SFP slot Support for 256 multicasts
Single IP management
Console RS232 RJ-45 connector Unregistered multicasts are dropped by default1
Backup master
Redundant ring stacking topology with 20Gbps
Latency:
performance
10Mbit 77.21 usec
Link aggregation/trunking across stack
100Mbit 9.47 usec
Port mirroring across stack
1000Mbit 2.23 usec
VLAN across stack

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Datasheet | Switches

AT-8000GS/48
Layer 2 Stackable Gigabit Ethernet Switch
AT-8000GS/48 Easy Access Networking Key Features
48 port stackable 10/100/1000T Layer 2 Featuring an industry standard CLI and Allied
switch with 4 standby SFP bays (unpopulated) Telesis intuitive yet fully featured Web interface Easy,Well Known Management
the advanced features of the AT-8000GS/48 are Industry standard CLI
Overview accessible to a wide range of system Simple intuitive, full featured Allied Telesis
One of a series of high performance Gigabit administrators.The well known CLI and Web Web Interface
Ethernet stackable switches from Allied Telesis, interfaces significantly reduce learning time and Secure encrypted Web and CLI management
the AT-8000GS/48 provides high performance minimize the cost of deployment.
with SSHv2 and SSL
Layer 2 switching in an affordable fixed Two levels access privileges
configuration platform.This switch offers 48 Secure Management SNMP
10/100/1000 ports, with four combo 1Gbps Only authorized administrators can access the
SFP slots.Two integrated stacking connectors management interface of the 8000GS series.
Affordable Truly Stackable 10/100/1000
deliver a total of 20Gbps stacking bandwidth. Protocols such as SSL, SSH and SNMPv3
The stacking capability integrated into this Switching Platform
facilitate this protection of your network with
platform is configured as a resilient ring local or remote connections. Single IP address stack management
topology designed to provide high reliability 20Gig resilient ring stacking architecture
and simplified management for higher port Securing the Network Edge Across stack link aggregation
density applications. Support for jumbo To ensure the protection of your data, it is Across stack VLAN configuration
Ethernet frames enables higher throughput of important to control access to your network. Across stack port mirroring
time sensitive data. Protocols such as IEEE 802.1x port-based Redundant standby stack master
authentication guarantee that only known users
Near Silent Operation are connected to the network. Unknown users All the QoS Needed in the Wiring Closet
Specifically designed to be usable in an open who physically connect can be isolated to a for Todays Voice and Data Networking
office or retail store environment the pre-determined part of your network offering Eight priorities assigned to four queues
AT-8000GS/48 uses the latest in low power guests such benefits as Internet access while IEEE 802.1p for Layer 2 QoS
technologies to minimize both power ensuring the integrity of your private network DSCP (DiffServ) for Layer 3 QoS
consumption and the need for excessive data. IEEE 802.1p to DSCP remarking traffic ready for
cooling fans. transport to the Layer 3 core of the network
Layer 2 and Layer 3 Access Control Lists (ACL)
Ideal Branch Office and Wiring
Closet Connectivity Securing the Network at its Most
Powerful line rate performance and stackability Vulnerable Point
make this switch ideal for branch offices or the IEEE 802.1x and RADIUS network login: for
wiring closet of larger offices.The state-of-the advanced control of user authentication and
art QoS capability of this product ensures accountability
reliable delivery of advanced network services Guest VLAN: to ensure visitors or unauthorized
such as voice while effectively controlling the
users connect only to services defined by IT. E.g.
continually increasing traffic needs found in
Internet
todays networks.
TACACS+: for ease of management security
administration
Layer 2 and Layer 3 Access Control Lists (ACL)
Port MAC Address security options

%
+
Power Supply Efficiency

Allied Telesis www.alliedtelesis.com


AT-8000GS/48 | Layer 2 Stackable Gigabit Ethernet Switch
Access Control Lists (ACLs) Interface Standards IPv61
Access Control Lists enable inspection of IEEE 802.3 10T and 10FL IPv6 QoS
incoming frames and classify them based on IEEE 802.3u 100TX IPv6 ACL
various criteria. Specific actions can then be IEEE 802.3z 1000SX IPv6 Host
applied to these frames in order to more IEEE 802.3ab 1000T RFC 2461 IPv6 neighbor discovery
effectively manage the network traffic. Typically RFC 2463 ICMPv6: Internet Control Message
ACLs are used as a security mechanism, either Protocol version 6
permitting or denying entry (hence the name General Standards RFC 1981 Path MTU discovery
Access Control) for frames in a group, but can IEEE 802.1D Bridging Dual-stack IPv4/IPv6 protocol
also be applied to QoS.
IEEE 802.3x BackPressure/flow control IPv6 Tunnelling over IPv4
IPv6 Network management
Supported ACL types are:
IP ACLs applicable to IP packet type.
IPv6 Applications: WEB/SSL Telnet
All classification fields are related to IP Redundancy Standards server/SSH, AAA/Radius, Management
packets. IEEE 802.1D Spanning-Tree Protocol with optional ACLs, SNTP, PING, TFTP/Copy, Syslog
MAC ACLs classification fields are based on fast link capability
Layer 2 fields. IEEE 802.1W Rapid Spanning-Tree
IEEE 802.1s Multiple Spanning-Tree Management and Monitoring
IEEE 802.3ad LACP link aggregation WEB, CLI, Telnet, SSH, serial console port
Technical Specifications (with up to eight members per RFC 1157 SNMPv1/v2c
System Configuration group and up to eight groups per RFC 2570 SNMPv3
Dimensions 44cm x 25.7cm x 4.32cm
device) RFC 1213 MIB-II
(W x D x H) (17.32 x 10.16 x 1.7)
Static port trunk RFC 1573 Evolution of MIB-II
Weight 3.38kg (7.45lb)
RFC 1215 TRAP MIB
Mounting 19 rack-mountable hardware
RFC 1493 Bridge MIB
included
Quality of Services (QoS) RFC 2863 Interfaces group MIB
QoS in Layer 2 (IEEE 802.1p compliant Class of RFC 1643 Ethernet like MIB
Service) RFC 1757 RMON 4 groups:
System Capacity
Traffic prioritization using IEEE 802.1p, ToS, DSCP fields Stats, History, Alarms, Events
128MB RAM
Map IEEE 802.1p priorities to CoS queues to prioritize RFC 2674 IEEE 802.1Q MIB
16MB flash memory
traffic at egress RFC 1866 HTML
Up to 4,096 VLAN ID
Strict scheduling and weighted round robin RFC 2068 HTTP
8,000 MAC address
Packet buffer memory 12Mbit RFC 854 Telnet
RFC 783 TFTP
VLANs LLDP1
Performance IEEE 802.1Q VLAN tagging LLDP-MED1
Wirespeed switching on all Ethernet ports for all packet Up to 256 active VLANs
sizes including jumbo frames up to 10Kbytes Port-based VLANs IP address allocation
Throughput up to 86.3Mpps MAC-based VLANs RFC 951/ RFC 1542 BootP/ DHCP manual
Switching capacity 116Gbps Private VLANs
Switch fabric speed 136Gbps RFC 2030 SNTP, Simple Network Time Protocol
GARP VLAN Registration Protocol (GVRP)
Syslog event
MTBF 90,000 hours Dual software images
Auto-negotiation, duplex, MDI/MDI-X Multicast Standards
RFC 1112 IGMP snooping (ver. 1) Stacking:
Port speed: RFC 2236 IGMP snooping (ver. 2) Up to six units with a mix of AT-8000GS/24,
10/100TX RJ-45 RFC 3376 IGMP snooping (ver. 3) AT-8000GS/24POE and AT-8000GS/48 can be stacked
10/100/1000T RJ-45 RFC 3376 IGMP querier together in any combination
1000SX, 1000LX SFP slot Support for 256 multicasts Single system appearance
Console RS232 RJ-45 connector Unregistered multicasts are dropped by default1 Single IP management
Backup master
Latency: Redundant ring stacking topology with 20Gbps
10Mbit 77.21 usec performance
100Mbit 9.47 usec Link aggregation/trunking across stack
1000Mbit 2.23 usec Port mirroring across stack
VLAN across stack

Allied Telesis www.alliedtelesis.com


AT-8000GS/48 | Layer 2 Stackable Gigabit Ethernet Switch
Security Electrical/ Mechanical Approvals Ordering Information
Management security: username and Safety UL 1950, CSA22.2 no.950,
password protection TUV (EN60950), CE AT-8000GS/48-xx
SSHv2 for Telnet management EMI FCC Class A, EN55022 Class A, 48 port stackable 10/100/1000T Layer 2 switch with
4 standby SFP bays (unpopulated)
SSLv3 for Web management VCCI Class A, C-TICK
RFC 1492 TACACS+ Immunity EN50082-1
RFC 2618 RADIUS authentication RoHS compliant 6/6 compliant Where xx = 10 for US power cord
IEEE 802.1x Dynamic VLAN1 Environmental 20 for no power cord
IEEE 802.1x RADIUS accounting1 Standard ATI QLT 1220 30 for UK power cord
IEEE 802.1x Multi-session mode1 40 for Australian power cord
IEEE 802.1x Action on violation1 50 for European power cord
IEEE 802.1x Guest VLAN timeout1 Package Description
IEEE 802.1x Authentication not-required1 One AT-8000GS/48 switch Accessories
Security login banner1 Power cord AC
Small Form Pluggables (SFPs)
RFC 2865 IEEE 802.1x port-based Rack-mount kit
network access control Rubber feet for desktop installation AT-SPFX/2
MAC-based network access control RS232 management cable (RJ-45) Multi-mode Fiber, 2km, 100FX, SFP, 1310nm
Guest VLANs Stacking cable
ACL Access Control Lists Install guide and user guide available on the CD and AT-SPFX/15
at www.alliedtelesis.com Single-mode Fiber, 15km, 100FX, SFP, 1310nm

AT-SPFX/40
Fault Protection Single-mode Fiber, 40km, 100FX, SFP, 1310nm
Broadcast storm control Country of Origin
China AT-SPTX
Power Characteristics Copper, GbE Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP)
Voltage input 100-240V AC / 50-60Hz
Current 1.5A AT-SPSX
Multi-mode Fiber, GbE Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP)
Power consumption 64.82W
850nm
Power supply efficiency 85%
Acoustic noise 44dB AT-SPLX10
Maximum heat dissipation 221.23 BTU/hour Single-mode Fiber, 10km, GbE SFP, 1310nm

AT-SPLX40
Environmental Specifications Single-mode Fiber, 40km, GbE SFP, 1310nm
Operating temp 0C to 40C (32F to 104F)
AT-SPLX40/1550
Storage temp 25C to 70C (-13F to 158F) Single-mode Fiber, 40km, GbE SFP, 1550nm
Operating humidity5% to 80% non-condensing
Storage humidity 5% to 95% non-condensing AT-SPZX80
Operating altitude Maximum 3,000m (9,843ft) Single-mode Fiber, 80km, GbE SFP, 1550nm

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USA Headquarters | 19800 North Creek Parkway | Suite 100 | Bothell | WA 98011 | USA | T: +1 800 424 4284 | F: +1 425 481 3895
European Headquarters | Via Motta 24 | 6830 Chiasso | Switzerland | T: +41 91 69769.00 | F: +41 91 69769.11
Asia-Pacific Headquarters | 11 Tai Seng Link | Singapore | 534182 | T: +65 6383 3832 | F: +65 6383 3830
www.alliedtelesis.com
2009 Allied Telesis Inc. All rights reserved. Information in this document is subject to change without notice. All company names, logos, and product designs that are trademarks or registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners. 617-000268 Rev. G