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Future Proof: The Allied Telesis switches are SDN and Openflow capable, and run the advanced AlliedWare Plus™ operating system.
Enterprise data networks have evolved rapidly over the last few decades, and are continuing to evolve at a steady pace.
This white paper looks at how Allied Telesis Virtual Chassis Stacking (VCStack™) technology virtualizes the private data center, providing powerful simplicity.
This release note describes the new features and enhancements in AlliedWare Plus vsoftware version 5.4.7.
This guide describes the route selection process used by AlliedWare PlusTM.
This guide describes the comprehensive debugging and logging facility on AlliedWare PlusTM.
For many years, Network Service Providers (NSPs) have managed their networks using the FCAPS model: Fault, Configuration, Accounting, Performance, and Security.
This guide describes VRF-lite and its configuration on AlliedWare PlusTM.
This guide describes EPSR and how to configure it.
G.8032 is an International Telecommunication Union (ITU) standard for Ethernet Ring Protection Switching (ERPS).
The OpenFlow protocol is a network protocol closely associated with Software-Defined Networking (SDN).
This How To Note describes how RSTP and MSTP on Allied Telesis switches interoperate with the proprietary PVST+ and rapid PVST+ protocols on Cisco switches.
This How To Note gives overviews, commands and examples of PIM Dense Mode and PIM Sparse Mode.
This installation guide contains the installation instructions for the x930 Series of Gigabit Ethernet switches as stand-alone units.
This guide describes the AlliedWare PlusTM Management Information Base (MIB) and MIB objects that are supported.
This document describes the mirroring functionality of AlliedWare PlusTM switches: port mirroring and remote-mirroring
This guide describes SNMP and its configuration on AlliedWare Plus™.
This How To Note gives an overview on how to configure Private VLANs. It also explains how Private VLANs operate.
The x930 Series provides a high-performing and scalable solution for today’s networks.
This guide contains instructions for installing the x930 Series switched in a VCStack.
This guide describes the startup process used by AlliedWare PlusTM devices.
This guide describes SSH and its configuration on AlliedWare PlusTM.
This guide describes STP, RSTP, and MSTP, and their configuration on AlliedWare Plus™.
This How To Note describes DHCP snooping, DHCP Option 82, and DHCP filtering, and provides step-by-step configuration examples.
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