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  1. ConneXium Product Line OverviewIndustrial Ethernet Infrastructure October 2008

  2. Agenda • Product Line Overview • Target Market/Applications • Managed Switches • Unmanaged Switches • Hubs/Gateways • Cables • Network Distances • ConneXium Selection Guidelines

  3. ConneXium - Active Components Unmanaged (10 parts) • 499NES18100 – 1 Model • Eight ports TX • 499NxS25101 - 2 Models • Four ports TX • One port FX-MM or • One port FX-SM • 499NxS25102 – 2 Models • Three ports TX • Two ports FX-MM or • Two ports FX-SM • TCSESU051F0 • IP67 Five port TX Managed (16 parts) • TCSESM04 - 5 Models • 4/3/2 ports TX • 0/1/2 ports FX-(MM/SM) • TCSESM08 - 5 Models • 8/7/6 ports TX • 0/1/2 ports FX-(MM/SM) • TCSESM16 - 2 Models • 14/12 ports TX • 0/2 ports FX-MM • TCSESM24 - 1 Model • 22 ports TX • 2 ports FX-MM • TCSESM10 – Gigabit 2 Models • 8 ports TX Plus: • 2 ports 1000TX Or • 2 ports SPF-Gbit (socket) • TCSESU0x3FxN0 – 3 Models • Three ports TX • Four ports TX/1FX • Five ports TX Hubs (1 part) • 499NEH10410 • Four (4) ports 10 Base-T Gateways/Proxys • TSXETG100 • Modbus to Ethernet Gateway • 174CEV20040 • Modbus+ to Ethernet Gateway • 499TWD01100 • Ethernet Interface for Twido • TCSEQM113M13M • Tesys Port Interface

  4. Part Numbering Scheme TCS ESM 04 3F 2CU 0 Version Ethernet Telemecanique Cabling System Switch Managed Total Qty of ports 04/08/10/16/24 Port gender or fiber type U: Multimode S: Single mode X: Mixed fiber G: Gigabit F: Female Port type C: SC L: LC (SFP) 3: RJ45 Port type 1: M123: RJ45 Qty of Uplinks 2 1 Port gender F: female

  5. Agenda • Product Line Overview • Target Market/Applications • Managed Switches • Unmanaged Switches • Hubs/Gateways • Cables • Network Distances • ConneXium Selection Guidelines

  6. ConneXium - Switch Positioning Managed TER 22TX/2FX 2250 2000 Unmanaged 14TX/2FX 6TX/2FX 1750 16TX 8TX/2Gb 8TX/2Gb 1500 8TX/2Gb 3TX/2FX 7TX/1FX 1250 7TX/1FX 6TX/2FX 2TX/2FX 5TX (IP67) 1000 8TX 3TX/1FX 4TX/1FX 8TX 2TX/2FX 750 3TX/1FX 4TX/1FX 3TX/2FX 4TX 500 250 4TX/1FX 3TX 125 5TX Unmanaged Copper Unmanaged SM fiber Managed Copper Managed MM fiber Managed SM fiber Unmanaged MM fiber

  7. ConneXium Offer Positioning High speed, Gigabit switches Highly concentrated applications Information Managed switches for high availability applications w/redundant self-healing ring. Highest level services in the market. Typical control applications Low cost, distributed applications TCSESM10 TCSESM16/24 Control TCSESM08 TCSESM04 499NMS25102 499NMS25101 499NES18100 499NSS25102 499NSS25101 Devices TCSESU051F0 Applications requiring bus-like long distance connections. 499NEH10410 Non-managed switches - cost effective, simple diagnostic, alarm relay, dual P/S Hub – One to Many TCSESU0x3 Low-Cost Entry -Unmanaged Switch

  8. Target Markets/Applications • The right size for the application: • 4/8 port versions for distributed applications • 16/24 for concentrated applications • RTU type extended voltage range: • 9.6-60 VDC • 18-30 VAC • Special environments: • Maritime approval (GL) • Substation IEC 61850 EMC levels tested • Hazardous UL1604 Class 1 Div2 • Long Distances: • Up to 2Km with multimode, up to 15Km with single mode and 70 Km with Long Haul are achievable • Noisy Environments: • Use Shielded Twisted Pair or Fiber optic networks

  9. Agenda • Product Line Overview • Target Market/Applications • Managed Switches • Unmanaged Switches • Hubs/Gateways • Cables • Network Distances • ConneXium Selection Guidelines

  10. Managed Switch Feature Breakdown • Basic Features • Management • Diagnostics • Redundancy • Security • Performance Optimization • Filtering • Timing Protocols • EtherNet/IP

  11. ConneXium Managed Switches Basic Features • Multi-Address • Store and Forward • Autocrossing (MDI/MDI-X) when auto-negotiation active • Cable Crossing (MDI/MDIX) with fixed port speeds • Autopolarity (adjust RD+ and RD-) • 10/100 Mbps speed and full/half duplex auto-negotiation on the TX ports • 10/100/1000 Mbps speed and full/half duplex auto-negotiation on the Gigabit TX ports • EtherNet/IP Adapter • Automatic Configuration undo (roll- back): show IP address of the monitoring station

  12. Managed Switch Indicators and Marking 1 Pluggable 6-pin terminal block 2 LED display elements 3 2-pin DIP switch 4 MAC address/Part number field 7 IP address field 5 USB interface 6 V.24 access, external management 8 Ports in accordance with 10/100 BASE-T(X) 9 Protective earth ground

  13. ConneXium Managed Switches EAA (Gbit Fiber Module Adapter) • State of the art technology: Most commonly used technology in Gigabit networks • Flexible: Modules can be changed at any time. Three versions available supporting ranges from 500 m up to 72 km • Support: Schneider switches support Schneider SFP’s. No other SFP have been tested or validated.

  14. Managed Switch Environmentals • Agency approvals and certifications: • CE and IEC 61131-2 • UL508, UL1604 Class 1 Div 2, and UL60950. /Pending • CSA C22.2 14(cUL mark), CSA C22.2 213 Class 1 Div 2 (cUL mark) / Pending • Maritime (GL) / Pending • Operating temperature 0 to 60 Deg. C (32 to 140 Deg. F) • Power range: 9.6 to 60 VDC and 18 to 30 VDC • Mounting option: DIN rail

  15. ConneXium Managed SwitchesWhat’s in the Box • TCSESM Switch • Resource CD • JAVA runtime • MIBs (Schneider and Standards) • Software • Switch firmware • Ethernet Switch Configurator • Jar file • ConneXview 21 day Trial Version • Technical Documentation • Installation Guide • Basic Configuration Manual • Redundancy Manual • CLI Manual • Transparent Ready user guide

  16. Managed Switch Feature Breakdown • Basic Features • Management • Diagnostics • Redundancy • Security • Performance Optimization • Filtering • Timing Protocols • EtherNet/IP

  17. Telnet/CLI • CLI, Command Line Interface: The CLI allows users to use all device functions via a local or remote connection, provides you with a familiar environment for configuring IT devices. • Telnet: A Telnet server in the switches allow users to configure the switch using CLI over an Ethernet connection.

  18. Web Management • Managed switches supports both SNMP and Web-based management and can thus offer: • Extensive diagnostic and configuration functions for fast startup • Extensive network and device information. • The user-friendly Web-based interface gives you the option of managing the TCSESM from any location in the network via a standard browser. 149.218.5.4 149.218.4.6 149.218.4.5 149.218.5.3 149.218.4.7

  19. Web Management, Cont.

  20. RMON Short for Remote MONitoring, is a standard network management protocol that allows network information to be gathered at a single workstation. RMON defines MIBs that provide a rich set of data, current and historical, that helps determine the performance of the network. (This includes packets sent, bytes sent, packets dropped, statistics by host, by conversations between two sets of addresses, and certain kinds of events that have occurred)

  21. Basic Setting & Configuration Options • BootP/DHCP • Management IP address conflict detection • TFTP configuration file transfer • HTTP configuration file transfer • Local hyper terminal connection, V.24 • Web configuration and firmware update • USB memory backup configuration adapter • Ethernet switch Configurator software • Automatic IP address allocation on a per port with DHCP option 82

  22. EAM (Memory Back up Adapter) • The TCSEAM0100 memory backup adapter is a device for storing and updating configuration data and software of a TCSESM switch. • In the case of a switch failure, the EAM enables a very simple configuration data transfer by means of a substitute switch of thesame type.

  23. Ethernet Switch Configurator • The easiest way to provide the IP-address to a switch. • This protocol is useful if no DHCP- Server is installed or the user does not like to configure the device via the RS232 User Interface. • To use this protocol a tiny application has to be installed on the configuring PC. • To configure one or more devices the only thing which is needed is a network connection. • The application will scan the whole network and display all elements in the network (supporting Ethernet Configurator) with their parameters. • The user can easily provide each station with the desired IP- parameters.

  24. TFT server 149.218.5.3 149.218.5.4 149.218.4.7 149.218.4.6 149.218.4.5 TFTP Back-Up Configuration File • The switch configuration can be stored in central server • If switch fails, replacement configuration file can be fowarded to new device via TFTP

  25. DHCP Option 82 • Option 82 is an enhancement to the DHCP protocol which allows administrators to add necessary location information in a DHCP request. • In advance the DHCP relay agent has to be configured on this switch: the IP- address of the DHCP servers (including redundancy) • The first switch which receives such a request and supports Option 82 adds the following information: • Switch ID (typically MAC- Address, but also user configurable) • Port ID where the request was received • VLAN ID (if available) where the request was received • To allow configuration of cascaded switches the DHCP- Requests are sent as multicasts • Option 82 is based on the network topology. This procedure provides the option of assigning the same IP address to any device connected to a particular port of a switch on the LAN.

  26. Managed Switch Feature Breakdown • Basic Features • Management • Diagnostics • Redundancy • Security • Performance Optimization • Filtering • Timing Protocols • EtherNet/IP

  27. Log Files/LEDs • Log- information contains all necessary system information, including a time stamp • Up to 2000 events can be logged • Log information is reset proof • An additional file is available which shows the current internal state of the system • Port statistics also available • LED Indicators (Power; Link/Activity; Fault;Standby/Redundancy manager)

  28. +24V Fault +24V Alarm Relay The alarm relay can be applied as a digital output. • Manually on • Manually off

  29. SNMP Traps • Users can configure the switch to send SNMP traps to a particular IP. • Events to be trapped can be selected through the selection shown below.

  30. Port Mirroring • Mirrors (copy) all traffic passing through one port (source) into another port (destination). • By connecting a monitoring tool (e.g. RMON probe) into the destination port, traffic problems can be diagnosed.

  31. Topology Discovery IEE 802.1ab IEEE 802.1AB describes the Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP). • LLDP allows users to automatically detect the topology of their LANs. A device with active LLDP sends/receives connection and management information to/from neighboring devices of the shared LAN if they have LLDP activated. • The connection information contains as its most significant element the precise and unique ID of a connection endpoint: MSAP (MAC Service Access Point). This is composed of the MAC address of the device and a port ID that is unique to this device. The contents of the connection and management information includes among other things: • Chassis ID (its MAC address) • Port ID (its port MAC address) • Description of the port • System name • System description • This information is available from a network management station. The data allows the network management station to display the topology of the network.

  32. Managed Switch Feature Breakdown • Basic Features • Management • Diagnostics • Redundancy • Security • Performance Optimization • Filtering • Timing Protocols • EtherNet/IP

  33. HIPER – Ring V1 & V2 (MRP) Rapid Spanning Tree > 1 sec < 0.5 sec Network Redundancy - Type Comparison • Only Schneider switches can be used. • The reconfiguration time is critical • Performing coupled rings are required • Switches from different supplier can be used. • The reconfiguration time is important but not critical. • Ring or Mesh Topologies supported Reconfiguration Time • HIPER-Ring V1 300ms/500ms Max • HIPER-Ring V2 (MRP IEC Draft 62439) 200/500ms Max • RSTP .1D – 2004 For RSTP ring with 32 switches, Reconfiguration Time = 90 ms detect failure +(40 ms data propagation x No. Switches in longest path) .

  34. Redundant Net Coupling • With Redundant Net Coupling two HIPER- Rings or networks can be coupled with an additional redundant link. Redundancy Manager Stand-by RING 1 Redundancy Manager Stand-by RING 2

  35. +24V Fault +24V Additional Redundancy Features • Dual Input Power Supply

  36. Managed Switch Feature Breakdown • Basic Features • Management • Diagnostics • Redundancy • Security • Performance Optimization • Filtering • Timing Protocols • EtherNet/IP

  37. LAN Port Security (IP and MAC Based) • The TCSESM protects every port individually from unauthorized access. • Who has access to this port? All no access restriction User only an assigned user has access (MAC addresses) • What should happen after an unauthorized access attempt? none no response trap message by sending a trap portDisable message by sending a trap and disabling a port • The settings for port security are made via web-based management

  38. SNMP V3 • Security features of SNMP V3 • SNMP password is encrypted • Complex calculation of keys, makes brute force attacks very difficult Note: SNMP V1 can still be utilized

  39. Managed Switch Feature Breakdown • Basic Features • Management • Diagnostics • Redundancy • Security • Performance Optimization • Filtering • Timing Protocols • EtherNet/IP

  40. Flow Control • Flow Control according to IEEE 802.3x • Overload protection - During periods of heavy traffic switch holds off additional traffic • Auto-negotiation must be turned on

  41. Message Priority • The TCSESM support 4 priority queues • 1 & 2 low • 0 & 3 Normal • 4 & 5 high • 6 & 7 Admin • This function prevents high priority data traffic being disrupted by other traffic during busy periods. • The switch uses Strict priority, this means that the switch sends all data packets with a higher priority level before it sends a data packet with the next lower priority level.

  42. MSB 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 DSCP ECN QOS/Priority IPv4: TOS (Precedence – bits 0-2) Service Mapping – bits 3-6) Value Service Value Service e.g. 0 Routine 0000 default 1 Priority 0001 lowest costs (bit 6)2 Immediate 0010 highest reliability SNMP 3 Flash 0100 highest throughput FTP data 4 Flash Override 1000 shortest delay (bit 3) FTP ctrl 5 Critic/ECP 1111 highest security 6 Internetwork Control 7 Network Control • New: DSCP Differentiated Services Code Point • 6 bit (since 1998: RFC 2474): Prioritization • 2 bit (since 2001: RFC 3168): Explicit Congestion Notification • Type of Service/ Differentiated Service Code Point • IP with TOS/DSCP Field

  43. DSCP – Differentiated Services Code Point • Configuration of Inbound Filter • Trust .1p  evaluate .1D tag • Trust DSCP  evaluate DSCP • Untrusted  don‘t trust .1D tag nor DSCP

  44. DSCP mapping to Ethernet 802.1D/p VLAN priority • The traffic class and the port priority (even/odd) of the receiving port determine with which priority (0 .. 7) a packet is sent

  45. Prioritization of Agent‘s Communication • Configurable priority of the SNMP agent answers

  46. Port Priority • Additional priority information can be added in the switch, no special end device software is necessary to handle this prioritization. • Packets with no priority information (no VLAN or priority tag) will be transmitted according to the port priority • For each port, packet priority can be defined separately:0 = low priority and 7 = high priority Range: (0…7)

  47. Fast Aging after Disconnection • If a link goes down on any port, all addresses learned on this port are removed. • This feature is very useful if stations are moved between ports • The moved station is reachable instantly • No timeout because of long aging times

  48. Switch Switch Fiber Ring Hub Hub Receives data Hub Hub Hub Hub Publish data Multicast (Global Data) The GARP Multicast Registration Protocol (GMRP) describes how multicast information is distributed to switches on layer 2 Using Multicast messages a single node can send a restricted “Broadcast” to a group of recipients. Schneider’s Global Data service is based on Multicast messaging. Uses: • Synchronization of distributed applications (nodes received info simultaneously) • Global availability of information Benefits: • Optimized traffic load. Efficient utilization of the network bandwidth. • No need for network programming. The real time software does the addressing.

  49. Managed Switch Feature Breakdown • Basic Features • Management • Diagnostics • Redundancy • Security • Performance Optimization • Filtering • Timing Protocols • EtherNet/IP

  50. Traffic Limiter (Storm Protection) • Traffic in higher rates are often a critical situation for end devices. • To avoid this it is necessary to implement functionality to protect these devices from critical traffic rates. • Traffic limiters: • Ingress Traffic Limiter • All packets • Broadcast packets • Broadcast & Multicast packets • Broadcast, Multicast & unknown Unicast packets • Egress Traffic Limiter • Broadcast • All packets