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Allied Telesis deploys SDN wireless/wired pure OpenFlow solution at the ONF headquarters in Palo Alto, California.
This white paper looks at how Allied Telesis Virtual Chassis Stacking (VCStack™) technology virtualizes the private data center, providing powerful simplicity.
Enterprise data networks have evolved rapidly over the last few decades, and are continuing to evolve at a steady pace.
This guide describes the AlliedWare PlusTM implementation of AAA (Authentication, Accounting and Authorization) and three different types of device authentication: 802.1X-authentication, Web-authentication, and MAC-authentication.
The OpenFlow protocol is a network protocol closely associated with Software-Defined Networking (SDN).
This guide describes SSH and its configuration on AlliedWare PlusTM.
Virtual Chassis Stacking—VCStack—is the name given to two or more Allied Telesis switches that are configured to operate as a single switch.
Allied Telesis provides secure, intelligent, high performing infrastructure for Education networks.
This release note describes the new features and enhancements in AlliedWare Plus vsoftware version 5.4.7.
Precision Time Protocol (PTP) is an Ethernet or IP-based protocol for synchronizing time clocks on a collection of network devices using a Master/Slave distribution mechanism.
The Domain Name System allows you to access remote systems by entering human-readable device host names rather than IP addresses.
G.8032 is an International Telecommunication Union (ITU) standard for Ethernet Ring Protection Switching (ERPS).
This guide describes IPv4 addressing and the protocols used by on AlliedWare PlusTM to help IP function in a network.
This guide describes AMF and its configuration on AlliedWare PlusTM.
This guide describes EPSR and how to configure it.
This command reference manual describes all the commands available on x930 Series switches running AlliedWare Plus Version 5.4.6-2.x.
Allied Telesis VCStack creates a resilient network core for maximum availability.
This How To Note provides an introduction to Open Shortest Path First Version 3 (OSPFv3) operation in AlliedWare Plus.
This document describes how to monitor the throughput for each VLAN on an AlliedWare Plus switch.
This white paper discusses SDN—how and why it has emerged, and what effects it will have on Enterprise networking in the future.
This guide provides an introduction to Power over Ethernet technology, the PoE standards, PoE devices, and how to configure PoE on your switch.
This document describes the mirroring functionality of AlliedWare PlusTM switches: port mirroring and remote-mirroring
This guide describes ACLs (Access Control Lists) and their configuration on AlliedWare PlusTM.