Fiber Ethernet Extenders
ForeFront FF1063 Metro-Optical Transport Access; Dual STM-1 trunks, 21 to 63 T1/E1 and 0 to 16 Ethernet ports



The Patton Model OS1063 delivers flexible and modular multiservice solutions for 2G/3G backhaul, fixed-line networks, and private and utility networks.


Overview
--Image: Made in USA -- The Patton OnSite Series Model OS1063 is an ultra-compact next-generation flex access node. The OS1063 is the platform of choice for economical deployment of access points with an initial count of 21 E1 ports, but with flexibility for future capacity expansion and simple migration toward converged IP service networks. The OS1063 supports 3G/4G mobile network backhaul, secure and scalable carrier Ethernet transport, multi-service aggregation, quad-play connectivity (voice, data, video and mobility), and technology mediation among TDM, ATM, and Ethernet.

The advanced modular design of the OnSite OS1063 provides unequaled flexibility in its class in terms of service offerings, capacity and functional upgrades.

The OS1063 incorporates next-generation SDH features such as virtual concatenation (VCAT), link capacity adjustment scheme (LCAS) and generic framing procedure (GFP) for efficient packet data transport. The platform also incorporates Layer 2 features such as VLAN tagging, rate limiting and statistical multiplexing with multi-level QoS control.

The base OS1063 system is configured with 2 STM-1 and 21 E1/T1.

Two expansion module slots are included for increasing system capacity beyond the initial base configuration. Additional ports and features only require simple insertion of one of the many available types of TDM and packet data modules.

In only one RU, the OS1063 supports expansion up to 63 E1 ports and 18 Ethernet 10/100 ports

Example combinations of service and port capacity expansions

Model OS1063 expansion examples


Applications
The advanced modular design of the Patton OnSite OS1063 provides unequaled flexibility in its class in terms of service offerings, capacity and functional upgrades.
OnSite™ OS1063 application diagram

The base OS1063 system is configured with:
  • 2 STM-1
  • 21 E1/T1
Two expansion module slots allow increasing system capacity beyond the initial base configuration. Additional ports and features only require simple insertion of one of the many available types of TDM and packet data modules.

In only one RU, the OS1063 supports expansion up to:
  • 63 E1 ports
  • 16 Ethernet 10/100 ports
The OS1063 incorporates next-generation SDH features such as virtual concatenation (VCAT), link capacity adjustment scheme (LCAS) and generic framing procedure (GFP) for efficient packet data transport. The platform also incorporates Layer 2 features such as VLAN tagging, rate limiting and statistical multiplexing with multi-level QoS control. The OS1063 is easily configured and managed through a simple Web-based GUI interface or the scalable Patton OnSight NMS.


Features
  • Ultra-compact design (1 RU)—STM-1 trunks, built-in E1/T1 and Ethernet client ports, and integrated non-blocking cross-connect
  • Highly flexible configurations—Terminal mux and ADM, linear MSP 1+1 protection, point-to-point, linear ADM, ring ADM, and SNCP/I and SNCP/N
  • Next-generation SDH features—GFP encapsulation, virtual concatenation (VCAT), LO/HO, LCAS
  • Layer 2 packet intelligence—Ethernet MAC with flow control, VLAN, rate limiting, Q-in-Q, and QoS
 
Ordering
# Model # Description Availability
1 1063-L1-ST3-DC-00-00 1063 BASE, L1.1,E1,120 OHM,DC (800-0074) Contact us for Availability
 
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2 1063-S1-ST3-AC-00-00 1063 BASE, S1.1,E1,120 OHM,AC (800-0026) Contact us for Availability
 
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3 1063-S1-ST3-DC-00-00 1063 BASE, S1.1,E1,120 OHM,DC (800-0030) Contact us for Availability
 
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