- Built-in Triple Play Support—ADSL2+ high-bandwidth downstream with Multicast support, IGMP snooping, and QoS included.
- Annex M—Additional upstream speeds to 3 Mbps
accommodate symmetric VoIP traffic.
- Annex L—Provides standards-based extended reach for subscriber locations that are distant from the CO
- Built-in Triple Play Support—ADSL2+ high-bandwidth downstream with Multicast support and QoS included.
- QoS—Per PVC traffic classification with shaping and policing; 802.1p VLAN priority; ToS/DiffServ stripping and priority queuing.
- 48 ADSL2/2+ Ports—Right size the deployment with the best port-per-card ratio. Easily scale by adding cards.
- Per-Port Configuration—To facilitate the provisioning and tailoring of services, ports are independently selectable to the individual DSL standard and required port speeds.
- SNMP/HTTP Management—SNMP/HTTP manageable from anywhere in the world including attached CPE units.
- Management Features—Configurable alarm reporting with SNMP Traps, RMON for performance monitoring, Dying Gasp support on ADSL ports, I.610 OA&M, F5 loopback support, G.PLOAM, embedded HTTPS web server for easy configuration via a browser.
The Model 3101RC delivers affordable ADSL/ADSL2/2+ network access for triple-play ready ADSL service. The ADSL2+ IpDSLAM module, together with Patton’s ForeFront Access Platform, is the premier solution for fault tolerant Triple Play enabled network deployments.
The Model 3101RC offers complete ADSL, ADSL2 and ADSL2+ support including extended range operation, and enhance speeds. Each 3101RC IpDSLAM Module includes all the intelligence necessary to function as a complete single card IPDSLAM thereby providing unparalleled redundancy and fault tolerance in network deployments. The Model 3101RC includes redundant 10/100/1000 Ethernet uplink ports as well as redundant mid-plane connections to ensure non-stop operation.
The Model 3101RC is designed for Triple Play networks where the reliable delivery of IP based voice, video and data services depends on the QoS metrics that are assigned to the flows. Consequently, the Model 3101RC supports the mapping of ATM CBR/UBR/VBR traffic types and cell rates to IEEE 802.1p/Q VLAN priority classes. VLAN stacking or “Q-in-Q” is likewise supported to ensure transparent extension of subscriber VLAN networks. In order to maximize WAN bandwidth, IGMP Snooping is supported to ensure that IP Multicast traffic is detected and forwarded accordingly.