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NETWORKING HARDWARE

HP ProCurve Switch 2524 J4813A
By: Barzan "Tony" Antal
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    2009-01-08

    Table of Contents:
  • HP ProCurve Switch 2524 J4813A
  • First Impressions
  • Brief Overview and Specifications
  • Putting it into Action, Testing
  • Conclusions

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    HP ProCurve Switch 2524 J4813A - Brief Overview and Specifications


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    Moving on, it's time for us to present the specifications of this network switch.

    External I/O ports: 24 10/100 ports (IEEE 802.3 Type 10Base-T, IEEE 802.3u Type 100Base-TX); 2 open transceiver slots; 1 RS-232C DB-9 console port

    Rack mounting: Mounts in a standard 19-inch rack (hardware included)

    Memory and processor: Processor type and speed: ARM7TDMI @ 62.5 MHz

    This paragraph is aimed at microprocessor architecture enthusiasts, geeks, and professionals in those fields. The above picture is a shot of a micro-controller that is based on the ARM7TDMI core architecture. University of Michigan and Colorado have founded a project called SimpleScalar-ARM Power Modeling. You can read more about the project on this site. Additionally, you can find the official ARM Datasheet there!

    Packet buffer size: 6 MB; RAM/ROM capacity: 26 MB; Flash capacity: 2 MB

    Latency: <10 Ás (LIFO)

    Address table size: 4,096 entries

    Routing/switching capacity: 9.6 Gbps

    Throughput: 6.6 million pps (64-byte packets)

    Management features: ProCurve Manager (included); ProCurve Manager Plus; command line interface; Web browser; configuration menu; out-of-band management; (serial RS-232C)

    Communications: IEEE 802.3x Flow Control; RFC 3376 IGMPv1/v2/v3; IEEE 802.1D Spanning Tree; IEEE 802.1w Rapid Convergence Spanning Tree; IEEE 802.3ad Link Aggregation Control Protocol;RFC 1492 TACACS+; IEEE 802.1X Network Login; IEEE 802.1Q VLANs; IEEE 802.1Q GVRP; IEEE 802.1p Priority SNMPv1/v2c; RFC 1493 Bridge MIB; RFC 1213 MIB II; RFC 2819 Four groups of RMON: 1 (statistics), 2 (history), 3 (alarm) and 9 (events); RFC 3164 Syslog; XRMON; RFC 2613 SMON; RFC 2674 802.1p and IEEE 802.1Q Bridge MIB

    Power requirements: 100-127 VAC/200-240 VAC; 50/60 Hz

    Power availability: 2.4/1.2 A max

    Power consumption: 36W

    Electromagnetic emissions: FCC Class A; EN 55022/CISPR 22 Class A; VCCI Class A

    Operating temperature range : 0 to 55░ C

    Operating humidity range: 15 to 95% non-condensing

    Dimensions (W x D x H): 44.2 x 20.32 x 4.57 cm

    Weight: 2.72 kg

    Warranty: Lifetime warranty: for as long as you own the product, with next-business-day advance replacement (available in most countries).

    As you can see, the list of features is pretty extensive. If we also consider the overall reliability, performance, robustness, resistance to mechanical disruptions, and management functions, then we understand why, in its price range, this switch clearly comes out as a winner. The truth is that compared to others, this one isn't expensive.

    In the above picture you can see the preliminary phase. The switch has just been started up, and it is connected to a computer via the RS232 serial port. The time has come for us to actually configure the switch so that we can hook it up to our network. On the next page we are going to evaluate the HP ProCurve Switch 2524.

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