Features and Highlights
- Supports fractional T1, T1 time-slots can be selected in increments of 64 Kbps
- Bandwidth can be selected upto 1544 Kbps in steps of N*64 Kbps
- Minimum transmission rate of Ethernet data over T1 is 64 Kbps
- Maximum transmission rate of Ethernet data over T1 is 1.544 Mbps
- 4x10/100BaseT Ethernet interface in accordance with IEEE802.3
- AMI and B8ZS line code (user selectable) options available
- SF and ESF framing (user selectable) options available
- Robbed Bit Signaling option available
- Ethernet frame size 1916 bytes (max)
- Supports Jumbo Frames
- Accommodates up to 8192 frames with a maximum frame size of 1916 bytes
- Prevents any data overflows, or loss of packets in the event of a data burst
- Supports X.86, LAPS and HDLC transmission protocols
- Committed information rate controller
- Available with MAC address list filtration, learning, and updating functions
- A large external SDRAM buffering for handling data bursts
- Equipment supports two clock synchronization modes, Internal clock and Network clock (Loop-Timed clock)
- Local and Remote access and monitoring with either serial RS232, USB or 10/100BaseT
- Supports SNMP V2
- Power Supply: -48V DC or 110V AC power supply options available
- Supports 1+1 redundant power supply inputs.
Management and Control
- Serial Management Port - RS232 Interface
- 10/100BaseT for Remote Management over a LAN
- 10/100BaseT telnet over a TCP/IP Network
- SNMP V2.
Indications and Alarm Monitoring
- T1 Loss of signal
- Presence of incoming signal at 10/100BaseT Ethernet
- Loss of Ethernet packets, errored Ethernet packets, over-sized Ethernet packets and under-sized Ethernet packets log
- Configuration error alarm
- Clock status
- -48V DC or 110V AC present
- 3.3V DC present.
- Status of alarms on T1 Interface
- Status of the Ethernet Interfaces
- Monitoring data through put speed of the Ethernet Interfaces.
- Telnet interface for remote programming and monitoring by using CLI text commands.
- 10/100BaseT Ethernet to T1 Conversion (100BaseT over a T1 Interface).
Application # 1: Remote LAN Connections over Optical SONET Network
Application # 2: Remote LAN Connections over Wireless Network