Industrial V.DSL / ADSL / Fibre router – 6540
Industrial V.DSL Router
Due for release Quarter 2 - 2017
6540 Industrial V.DSL /ADSL / Fibre Router
The Case Communications 6540 is an Industrial / Rugged Router with 3 technologies.
It has ADSL 2+ (G.992.5) for use on current networks, providing a maximum down speed rate of 24Mbps and uplink rate of 3.3Mbps using Annex M.
V.DSL2 ( G.993.2)for Fibre to the Cabinet with a down link data rate up to 80Mbps, dependent on distance from the cabinet.
The 6540 also Dual Gigabit Fibre ports for Fibre networks, allowing rates to 2Gbps.
The 6540 is also includes an Ethernet switch with one of the Ethernet ports providing an Ethernet WAN Port.
The 6540 is designed for operating in harsh conditions without the use of fans, and is supplied as both a DIN Rail mounted, Rack and shelf mount router.
The 6540 is also an Ethernet switch with 4 x 10/100Mbps ports which support PoE / PoE Plus and two 10/100/1000Mbps Mini GBIC Ports.
Phase 3 will see the addition of MODBUS support the the 6540 transporting MODBUS and also setting registers based on SNMP Traps to allow RTU masters to retrieve the register values.
|6540 INDUSTRIAL V.DSL / ADSL / Fibre Router Features|
|ADSL2+ Annex ‘M’||ANSI T1.413 (ADSL) /G.992.1 G.Lite / G.994 (G.hs), / G.992.3 (G.DMT.bis) (ADSL 2) / G.992.5 (G.DMT.bis+ (ADSL2+)|
|Support Annex A / L / M / Support Annex B by special build|
|V.DSL 2 Plus||G.992.3 / G993.2 AMD 7 (ToD) / G993.5 (G.Vector) / G998.4 (G.Inp)|
|Dual Gigabit Fibre ports||Single and Multi-Mode via Short Form Pluggabes|
|Ethernet Over ATM (VC Mux / LLC SNAP Bridging)||PPPoE – Point to Point Over Ethernet|
|Selection of pairs Bit Swap SRA||PTM and ATM modes|
|Seamless Rate Adaption||PPPoA – Point to Point Over ATM IPoA|
|Line Coding(Trellis): On / off||IP Over ATM (VC Mux / LLC Snap-Routing)|
|Routing and Bridging||Quality of Service|
|IPv4 and IPv6 Static Routing||DSCP (Differentiated Services Code Point )|
|RIP V1 & V2 (Active or passive)||Queue set up ATM 16 modes, PTM 8 modes|
|Static Routing||32 classes of traffic|
|Policy based routing||Multicast – IGMP Support|
|Bridging||4 Queues for Ethernet Ports|
|Tunnelling Technology||Access Security|
|L2TP (Level two tunnelling protocol)||Mac Filtering (bridging mode)|
|IP Sec (VPN) – Initiator and res-ponder mode||Access restriction by User name MAC Address Date / Time|
|F.Q.D.N (Fully Qualified Domain Name)||URL Filter|
|Encryption 3 DES, AES 128, 192, 256||IP and MAC Filtering mechanisms|
|Integrity Algorithm MD5 or SHA1||Forwarding to DMX host|
|Certificates of Authority||Firewall|
|Authentication X509 or Pre-Shared||NAT and Full Cone NAT|
|GRE Tunnelling||Virtual Server (Protocol and external port number)|
|Support for VLAN Tagging|
|DHCP Server||PoE/ PoE Plus on Tx ports|
|Port Triggering||Port Forwarding|
|Diagnostics and Reporting||Management|
|PPP Watchdog Timer||Web based / Browser Management|
|Attainable Rate (Kbps):||SNMP v3|
|OAM Support – 802.3ah, 802.1ag / Y.1731||Remote configuration support|
|Update firmware while keeping configuration data||System Log Support Log|
|TCP / DUMP Monitoring||Upgrade software Import / export configuration|
|Watchdog timers – hardware and software||Power Management / Save – for reduced carbon footprint|
|Command Line Interface|
|Operating temperature -40C ~ +75C||Humidity – 10% ~ 90%|
|Power Supply – 12vdc ~ 72Vdc (48 vdc when running PoE)||Power – Operational 2 Watts, Save mode 0.6W|