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Hubs
Cisco makes several models of hubs that offer economical and scalable solutions to creating LANs A hub consolidates connections from nodes such as workstations, servers, and printers, and forwards the traffic to routers or switches For high-traffic bandwidth requirements, a hub often is replaced with a switch For more information on hubs, see 7
Cisco 1500 Series Micro Hub
The Cisco 1500 Series Micro Hub provides 10 Mbps Ethernet hubs you can use to create LANs Each hub has eight ports; you can also stack up to five hubs and create a single manageable stack with 40 possible connections
Cisco HP 10BaseT Hub-16M
The Cisco HP 10BaseT Hub-16M offers sixteen 10BaseT Ethernet ports Rather than stacking the HP 10BaseT-16M hub, an MDI/MDI-X switch port is used to cascade up to four switches together to create a single collision domain This hub provides additional security, including intruder prevention, eavesdrop prevention, network management alarm, automatic port disabling, and password protection
Cisco 1528 Micro Hub 10/100
The Cisco 1528 Micro Hub 10/100 is an eight-port hub similar to the 1500 series hub, but the 1528 also provides 10/100 auto-sensing Fast Ethernet This hub cannot be managed remotely it only has LED indicators for visual monitoring and troubleshooting Unlike the 1500 Series, the 1528 hub is not stackable; but up to two 1528 hubs can be cascaded together
Cisco FastHub
Cisco also has a line of fast hubs These hubs provide 10/100 auto-sensing and 100 Mbps ports for server farms and for enterprise power workgroups and users The 200 and 300 series provide integrated management, including SNMP, RMON, Telnet, and out-of-band console The 400 series is a new line of products with features similar to Cisco's other FastHub series In addition, the 400 series has a slot for an optional switched uplink module, providing long-distance connectivity to the network core
Hub Summary
Table 4-3 summarizes the characteristics of Cisco's series of hubs and provides a Web address for obtaining additional information Table 4-3: Cisco Hub Comparison
Series
Market
Fixed Ports
Modules
Comments
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1500 Small Micro Hub remote office HP Small to 10BaseT medium Hub-16M office
Eight10/100 autosensing 16-port 10BaseT; 1 AUI
None
Manageable; up to 5 hubs can be stacked Cascaded up to 58 users; manageable via SNMP, Telnet, or terminal-based Not manageable (other then LED lights) Manageable and unmanaged (depending on model); stackable and unstackable (depending on model)
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None
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1528 Small Micro Hub remote office FastHub Medium or large office
Eight 10/100 autosensing 12-, 15-, 16-, or 24port Ethernet 10/100BaseTX (depending on model)
None
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2 (316T and 316C); 1 switched uplink module (400)
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Voice
Cisco IOS provides a means of leveraging voice transmission over in-place data networks Compared with traditional phone lines, leased lines, and other dedicated alternatives, using data networks to transfer voice costs less Voice-over-data networks provide options such as standard telephone calling, fax transmissions, videoconferencing, whiteboard discussions, and voice calls from World Wide Web pages However, Voice over IP (VoIP) will only work when deployed on supported network devices Currently, the 2600, 3600, and 7200XVR router series support VoIP VoIP is the most flexible choice for voice transport because it can run over any layer-1 or layer-2 infrastructures An integral part of providing multiservice connectivity to remote sites is the capability to switch voice among the sites This flexibility is particularly important in heterogeneous environments in which remote sites may be interconnected with Frame Relay links Voice over Frame Relay (VoFR) is configured on supported Cisco routers to carry voice traffic such as telephone calls and faxes over a Frame Relay network VoFR protocol is different from the VoIP protocol; therefore, when the media changes to Frame Relay, the VoIP protocol has to be switched to the VoFR protocol On Frame Relay links, high-quality levels of service for voice and video are provided by the FRF11 and FRF12 standards FRF11 provides compliant VoFR trunking; FRF12 provides compliant end-to-end fragmentation Cisco's MC3810 Multiservice Concentrator enables organizations to integrate voice, fax, video, data, and LAN traffic over a single network backbone In addition to the MC3810, the 2600 and 3600 routers also support VoFR
Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM)
Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) can be used in both WAN and LAN environments Because ATM is somewhat complicated and ATM equipment is more expensive, certain companies have stayed away from this technology Despite this fact, ATM does offer important benefits, such as support for better Quality of Service (QoS) than other LAN protocols ATM uses fixed cell lengths Switching of these cells can be done by hardware, which is much faster than software because there is no fragmentation and reassembly of packets, as in Ethernet ATM is also a connection-oriented technology that usually offers better QoS This QoS makes ATM a good choice for videoconferencing, imaging, telephony, and other applications that require excessive bandwidth Unfortunately, ATM only offers QoS guarantees if the whole network is based on ATM and workstations are using an ATM protocol stack Since the majority of networks aren't centered on one technology, however, it's hard to maximize ATM's capabilities without replacing an entire network The Cisco Lightstream (described shortly) is a network device developed by Cisco to support networks based on ATM ATM is gaining popularity as a WAN transport It delivers better support for various levels of service than traditional Frame Relay Most of the midsize routers support ATM interfaces The 3810 is often used for interfacing to a T1 ATM network for multiservices, voice, and data
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