RESMLAC-8US-CAPS

Fully MIL-STD compliant

Key features
  • Unmanaged military Ethernet switch
  • MIL-DTL-38999 connectors
  • 8 Fast ports
  • MIL-STD-461E, EMI
  • MIL-STD-810F/GM, Environment
  • MIL-STD-1275, Power protection
  • STANAG 4370
  • STANAG 2895
Applications
  • Data acquisition & transmission
  • Battlefield communication c4IsR
  • Rugged networks
  • Combat vehicles
  • Avionic & shipboard system

Resources

Catalog Rugged Ethernet Switch & Media Converters

Last update : Thu, 05/03/2018 - 08:58

Brochure Global Ethernet Network Solutions for the Military Markets

Last update : Thu, 01/11/2018 - 15:46

Catalog Rugged Digital Networks Solutions

Last update : Thu, 02/22/2018 - 11:44

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The mirroring feature is ideal for performing diagnostics by allowing traffic that is being sent to and received from one or more source ports to be replicated out a monitoring/target port. 
Port mirroring is available both with managed switches and Ring switches. 
Data is monitoring with a network monitor software. 

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The recommended method for accessing the switch is using a Web User Interface such as Internet Explorer.
This method is very simple. Just be careful by configuring the network parameters. Refer to the Managed Software user manual for details. 

Some models may also be accessed with a serial connection or also with a Telnet connection.

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IGMP (Internet Group Management Protocol) allows hosts and routers to work together to optimize forwarding of multicast traffic on a network. 
Without IGMP, all multicast packets must be forwarded to all network segments. 
With IGMP, multicast traffic is only forwarded to network segments, which connect interested hosts. 

An IGMP snooping switch performs many of the functions of an IGMP router. 
Periodically, routers and IGMP snooping switches in active mode send an IGMP Query on each attached network. (The query interval is generally around 1-2 minutes.) 

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The MAC address is the unique hardware signature of each device. When the IP address is the identifier of each device inside a local network. 

managed switch is differentiated in a network using its IP address. 

An unmanaged switch will be recognised only based on its MAC address. 

Amphenol Ring switches are intermediate models, partially managed. Like unmanaged switches, they use MAC addresses to handle the network. 
Moreover, due to a proprietary network, they also offer some of the interesting management features, normally available with managed switches. 

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There may be cases where you cannot use or do not want to use public IP addresses on your internal network, instead you can use private IP addresses. These IP addresses will not work on an Internet connection, the solution is then to use NAT (Network Address Translation). 

A router or “firewall” with support for NAT translates private addresses to public addresses: 
When the computer with address 10.0.1.2 needs to access the Internet, 10.0.1.4 is addressed which is the “Default Gateway” or “way out”. When data from address 10.0.1.2 passes through the router NAT translates the internal IP address 10.0.1.2 to 60.20.10.10 i.e. the IP address on the “outside”. In this way an internal IP address can communicate with other computers on the Internet. 

IANA (Internet Assigned Numbers Authority) has reserved the following three address blocks for IP addresses in private networks: 
10.0.0.0 - 10.255.255.255 172.16.0.0 - 
172.31.255.255 192.168.0.0 - 
192.168.255.255 

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