IP6702A TDMoEthernet
  The Loop-IP6702A devices transport Unframed/Framed 1 E1 (1 Unframed/Framed T1) data stream with timing information over PSN (Packet Switched Network) via Pseudowire Protocol – SAToP or CESoPSN .
Features
Mechanics and Electrics
• ANSI shelf
• Power:
- Fixed AC
- Fixed DC
- Combined AC and DC (AoD)
 
Ethernet Interface
• Four Ethernet ports for WAN or LAN port assignment
• One Fast Ethernet with 1 SFP housing
• Three 10/100 BaseT Ethernet
 
User Tributary Interface
• TDM Tributary interfaces: up to 1 E1 or 1 T1 Unframed mode/Framed mode
• DTE interface: 1 RS422/V.11 or 1 X.21*
 
L2 Switching
• Jumbo frame size up to 2048 bytes
• VLAN:
- Maximum 4K VLAN ID
- Maximum 16 con-current VLAN Groups
- Support C-VLAN/S-VLAN tag adding and removing on Pseudowire
- Support 802.1q Port-Based VLAN on Ethernet/SNMP Port
• Support 802.1d MAC Learning
• Support 803.3x Flow control on input ports
• Packet Transparency
 
Pseudowire Capability
• Support SAToP and CESoPSN
• Support E1/T1 traffic emulation over UDP/IP Network
• Maximum 8 Pseudowires
• PDV Compensation Depth: up to 256 ms
• Jitter Buffer Size: up to 256 frames
 
Pseudowire Diagnostic Function
• Built-in BERT for E1/T1 to Line or WAN direction
• IP – MAC Table Display
 
Jitter & Wander
• PPM version: conforms to G.823 Traffic Interface (+/- 1ppm)
 
Timing Reference
• Internal (4.6 ppm)
• Line (E1/T1)
• Adaptive Clock Recovery: 4 ACR clock servos can recovery clock from any 4 Pseudowires
 
OAM Capability
• Support 1 SNTP timing reference
• LOS, LOF, LCV*, RAI, AIS, FEBE*, BES, DM*, ES, SES, UAS and LOMF*
• Multi-color LED indicators
• Alarm relay
• ACO (Alarm Cutoff) button
 
Management Interfaces
• 1 user-selectable Ethernet/SNMP port
• SNMP v1/v3* with 5 SNMP trap IP
• DB-9 Console port with VT-100 menu
• Telnet and SSHv1*/SSHv2*
• C-VLAN tag on management traffic
 
Standards Compliance
• SAToP and CESoPSN
• MEF8*
 
 
* Future Option
 
 
 
Description
 The Loop-IP6702A device allows operators to transport Unframed/Framed 1 E1 (1 Unframed/Framed T1) data stream with timing information over PSN (Packet Switched Network) via Pseudowire Protocol – SAToP or CESoPSN . Another IP6702A converts the received packet stream back to original E1 or T1 data stream with original timing information. This allows cost-effective migration from existing legacy TDM networks to Packet Switched Network.
Applications
 
 
Downloads
File Type File Name Description
Brochure IP6702A-v1-B Members only