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Enterprise Ethernet Infrastructure
(Central network management infrastructure in the city hall)

 
 

Challenge
While digital waves come, e-government has been a trend to improve performance for citizen services. Government has
following objects to achieve:

n   ‧Electronic work flow, efficient use of facilities, storage and access of digitized data have to be realized for daily works.

   ‧Digital streaming goes increasing in amount and in variety. Enough bandwidth and effective networking have to be

       provided.

   ‧The network management should be easy and convenient for systems administrator due to complexity of network

       maintenance and limit of manpower.

 

 

SP218D connects up to 8 Servers/PCs and provides a centralized control via a single keyboard, monitor and mouse.

SP1658C enables advanced networking, events monitoring, access control via tag VLAN, GUI, SNMP, Email alarm, 802.1x, etc.
 

 

SP1684B
24 Gigabit Managed Switch

 

SP1658C
24+2G Combo Layer2 Managed Switch

 

SP218D

8-port KVM Switch

 

SP781W

Wireless Multi-function Print Server

 

SP1684B provides a fat pipe, 24 ports of 10/100/1000M, between the server farm and access-layer switches “SP1658C” that aggregate traffic flows from client’s PCs and connect to SP1684B via Gigabit ports.

 

Micronet Benefits

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  High Availability

   ‧SP1684B connects server farm for client network to access.

   ‧SP781W connects with a printer and makes it shared to users in the network.

  High Performance

   ‧SP1658C aggregates traffic flows from 24 10/100M ports, and connects to SP1684B, the network core, via Gigabit ports.

   ‧SP1684B provides 48Gbps switching capability for the traffic aggregated at the network core.

   ‧SP1658C and SP1684B provide rich switching features to optimize the network.

  Centralized Control

   ‧SP218D connects up to 8 Servers/PCs and provides a centralized control on a single administrative device.

  ‧SP1658C and SP1684B allow network management via GUI (Graphic User Interface), SNMP, 802.1x, etc based on Internet protocol.

 

 

Micronet Solution Details

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n  High Availability

   ‧SP1684B provides a fat pipe, 24 ports of 10/100/1000M, between the server farm and access-layer switches SP1658C that connects with client’s

       PCs. Clients can proceed electronic daily works and get abundant information/data that are stored/authorized/provided by specific servers.

   ‧SP781W connects with a printer per floor/department and makes the resource efficiently shared to users that are connected in the same network.

  High Performance

   ‧Access-layer switch, SP1658C, provides 24 10/100M ports for client’s PCs to get wire-speed access from the network. SP1658C aggregates traffic

       flows from 24 ports per switch, and provides Gigabit uplinks to the network core with non-blocking data transmission.

   ‧SP1684B provides 48Gbps switching capability and support of 9Kbyte jumbo frame forwarding, and allows non-blocking and wire-speed Gigabit

       performance for the bulk traffic aggregated at the network core.n

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   ‧SP1658C and SP1684B provide rich switching features to optimize the network.

   ‧SP1658C and SP1684B support IEEE 802.1q tag-based VLAN that isolates each private VLAN and reduces unnecessary traffic from other VLANs, and

       provide the network with security and efficiency of data transmission.

   ‧SP1658C and SP1684B support per-port storm management to prevent network from paralyzing by unwanted traffic, such as broadcast, multicast, or

       unknown unicast.

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n Centralized Control

   ‧SP218D connects up to 8 servers/PCs and provides systems administrator with Input/Output ability over all connected devices via a single keyboard,

       monitor, and mouse.   

   ‧SP1658C supports IEEE 802.1x port-based authentication to enhance authentication and authorization of network access to client’s PCs.

   ‧SP1658C and SP1684B allow networking and network events monitoring via GUI (Graphic User Interface), SNMP and email alarm based on

       Internet protocol.

 
   

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