McAfee Optical (1310nm) 10 Gigabit Active Fail-Open Kit with SNMP Monitorin

Mfg.Part: IAC-10FO-1310I | CDW Part: 2577616 | UNSPSC: 43222635
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Product Details
  • Network device upgrade kit
  • GHE
  • for Network Security Platform M-3050
  • M-4050
  • M-6050
  • M-8000
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Main Features
  • Network device upgrade kit
  • GHE
  • for Network Security Platform M-3050
  • M-4050
  • M-6050
  • M-8000
The 10 Gigabit optical monitoring ports on the Sensor are fail-closed; thus, if the Sensor is deployed in-line, a hardware failure results in network downtime. With the bypass switch in place, the switch receives power from the dual power adapters. When the sensor is operating, the switch is "on" and routes all traffic directly through the sensor. When the sensor fails, the switch automatically shifts to a bypass state: in-line traffic continues to flow through the network link, but is no longer routed through the sensor. Once the sensor resumes normal operation, the switch returns to the "on" state, again enabling in-line monitoring. During normal Sensor in-line fail-open operation, the Active Fail- Open Kit sends a heartbeat signal to the monitoring port pair. If the Active Fail-Open Kit does not receive 10 heart beat signals within its programmed interval, the Active Fail- Open kit removes the Sensor's monitoring port pair from the data path, and moves the Sensor into the bypass mode, providing continuous data flow.

When the bypass switch loses power, traffic continues to flow through the network link, but is no longer routed through the bypass switch. This allows network devices to be removed and replaced without network downtime. Once power is restored to the bypass switch, network traffic is seamlessly diverted to the monitoring device, allowing it to resume its critical functions.