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4-slot Extreme 10 GbE/40 GbE/100 GbE Network Packet Broker

Series: MLX

Model: MLXe-4

  • Modular, highly scalable, distributed processing-based architecture
  • Flexible, Extreme Versa Scale programmable packet processor technology
  • Wire-speed forwarding with advanced features and packet sizes
  • Internet-scale Routing up to 2 million IPv4
  • Carrier-trunks 64-port LAG for up to 6.4 Tbps per managed connection
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The Extreme routing MLX series offers maximum ROI for service provider and enterprise networks that need to deliver the most value agility from each port on their system. Extreme MLXe Packet brokers are NEBS Level 3-certified, highly scalable visibility nodes that aggregate, optimize, filter, and forward replicated traffic flows from the production network to network monitoring tools. They support API-based, dynamic programmability for real-time, on-demand traffic visibility and are ideally suited for the high-density monitoring requirements of the most demanding networks.

 

 

  • Modular, highly scalable, distributed processing-based architecture
  • Flexible, Extreme Versa Scale programmable packet processor technology
  • Wire-speed forwarding with advanced features and packet sizes
  • Internet-scale Routing up to 2 million IPv4
  • Carrier-trunks 64-port LAG for up to 6.4 Tbps per managed connection
  • Scalable MPLS to 64,000 LSP’s
  • SDN scale to 128,000 flows
  • Port-based, wire-speed 128-bit MAC sec encryption
  • Port-based, wire-speed 256-bit AES suite B IPsec encryption
  • Comprehensive Layer 2, Layer 3, VPN, Multicast, MPLS and SDN forwarding features
  • High-performance, high-scale network packet broker features for advanced analytics
  • Field-proven high reliability software stacks and hardware design
  • NES level-3 certified
  • Carrier Ethernet 2.0 certified, US Federal certifications
 
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