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IPmux-155LIPmux-155L: Hub-site Pseudowire Access Gateway

Hub-Site Pseudowire Access Gateway

RAD’s IPmux-155L hub-site pseudowire access gateway is a cost-competitive access aggregator, delivering TDM pseudowires and user Fast Ethernet traffic over packet switched networks. Working opposite CPEs, such as the IPmux-24 and IPmux-2L, it functions as a pseudowire termination unit and sends TDM bundles from remote units to SDH backbones, while Ethernet traffic is directed to packet networks. Featuring multi-standard pseudowire capabilities, the IPmux-155L hub-site pseudowire access gateway allows enterprises to replace expensive leased lines with cost-effective packet transport and offers an ideal solution for economical PSTN access and PBX backhaul.

  • Four Gigabit Ethernet combo UTP/SFP network ports
  • TDM interfaces: 1+1 Redundant Channelized STM-1 or 32 E1
  • 32 UTP or SFP Fast Ethernet user ports
  • Multi-standard pseudowire encapsulation: SAToP, CESoPSN, TDMoIP, UDP/IP, MPLS, ETHoPSN (MEF-8)
  • Gigabit Ethernet redundancy: Ethernet Ring Protection Switching (ERPS) per ITU-T G.8032, Link Aggregation (LAG/LACP)per IEEE802.3ad
  • VLAN-aware or VLAN-unaware bridging; VLAN stacking(“Q-in-Q”)
  • Ethernet QoS with four priority queues
  • Ethernet Link OAM based on 802.3ah (IEEE802.3-2005), PWE OAM
  • SDH APS (1+1) support
  • 1U (STM-1) or 2U (E1), 19" enclosure with redundant power supply and fans