6401-Industrial / Rugged ADSL 2+ Router
The Case Communications 6401 Industrial / Rugged ADSL 2+ Router has been designed to operate reliably and securely without fans in harsh conditions from -200C to +700C.
The Case Communications 6401 Industrial / Rugged ADSL 2+ Router supports 4 x 10/100Mbps Ethernet ports.
The 6401 supports ADSL2+ Annex ‘M’ and is equipped with high levels of security.
More importantly the 6401 is the ideal router for UTMC, (Urban Traffic Management Control) monitoring or controlling telemetry systems, or any application requiring a secure street hardened router.
The Case Communications 6401 is capable of operating from a DC Power source ranging from 12vdc ~ 72vdc. The 6401 Industrial Router can powered by batteries or an AC to DC power adapter.
Ability to solve ISP Reliability Issues
At some locations the Internet service hangs and the ISP requests you reboot your router to restore service.
In an industrial unmanned environment rebooting the router is not usually practical (because industrial routers tend to are operate in unmanned locations), consequently the 6401 has a 'Health Check Watchdog Timer' which checks the Internet connection and will restart the line automatically should the Internet Service hang.
The 6401 supports GRE Tunnelling allowing third party devices to operate transparently through the tunnel.
Because the 6401 is carrying sensitive information over a public network IP Security in the form of IPSec ensures secure tunnels can be established back to central site. The 6401 Industrial ADSL Router has a choice of 3 DES and AES Encryption modes, in addition by using FQDN (Fully Qualified Domain Names ) we can provide IP Sec from a dynamic IP Address
Furthermore the 6401 is managed locally and remotely via a user friendly Browser, CLI or via a network management system running SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol), with up and downloading of the units configuration to an FTP Server, making it quick and easy to install and configure the 6401.
A built in Firewall allows managers to block incoming traffic and filter out any unwanted traffic.
Layer 2 Tunnelling Protocol is a tunnelling protocol used to support virtual private networks (VPN). It does not provide encryption or confidentially by itself. It relies on an encryption protocol to allow the data to pass through the tunnel securely.
The 6401 supports multicast, which is most commonly used in the application of streaming data, and IP television. In IP Multicast the implementation of the multicast occurs at the IP routing level.
IGMP is an integral part of the IP Multicast specification, and it is analogous to use IGMP for Unicast connections. IGMP can be used for online streaming of video and gaming, and it allows more efficient use of resources for these kind of applications.
Operation, Administration & Management
The primary benefits of 802.3ah are that it enables the service provider (ISP) to monitor a link for critical events and if necessary puts the remote device into 'Loopback' mode into order to test the link.
The 6401 evaluates the power requirements and adjusts the power drawn by the router. In active mode the 6401 draws 1.8 Watts and in Low Power State 0.6 Watts.
Industrial / Rugged ADSL 2+ Router front view
6401 Rugged ADSL Router – Front View
Industrial / Rugged ADSL 2+ Router rear view
6401 Rugged ADSL Router – Rear View
|6401 INDUSTRIAL ADSL ROUTER MODES||TUNNELLING AND SECURITY|
|ADSL2+ Annex ‘M’||L2TP (Level two tunnelling protocol)|
|ANSI T1.413 (ADSL)||IP Sec (VPN) – Initiator and responder mode|
|ITU-T G.992 G.Lite||Encryption 3DES, AES 128, 192, 256|
|ITU -T G.992.1 G.DMT (ADSL 1)||GRE Tunnelling|
|ITU-T G.994 (G.hs)||IP Filtering|
|ITU-T G.992.3 (G.DMT.bis) (ADSL 2)||URL Filtering|
|ITU-T G.992.5 (G.DMT.bis+ (ADSL2+)||Certificates of Authority|
|Support Annex A / L / M||Integrity Algorithm MD5 or SHA1|
|Support Annex B by special build||Authentication X509 or Pre-Shared|
|Max range 6km||DHCP Server|
|Dimensions – 180(W)mm x 105 (D)mm x 31(H)mm||Power Supply – 12vdc ~ 72Vdc|
|Watchdog timers – hardware and software||Power – Operational 2 Watts, Save mode 0.6W|
|Operating temperature -200C ~ +700C|
|Humidity – 10% ~ 90%|
|OPERATIONAL MODES||ACCESS SECURITY|
|PPPoE – Point to Point Over Ethernet||Firewall|
|PPPoA – Point to Point Over ATM IPoA||NAT and Full Cone NAT|
|IP Over ATM (VC Mux / LLC Snap-Routing)||Virtual Server (Protocol and external port no)|
|Ethernet Over ATM (VC Mux / LLC SNAP Bridging)||Port Triggering|
|Bridging||Forwarding to DMX host|
|Selection of pairs Bit Swap SRA||IP and MAC Filtering mechanisms|
|Seamless Rate Adaption||Mac Filtering (bridging mode)|
|URL Filter||Access restriction by User name MAC Address Date / Time|
|PPP Watchdog Timer||Support for VLAN Tagging|
|ROUTING||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|
|Policy based routing||32 classes of traffic|
|Static Routes||Multicast – IGMP Support|
|4 Queues for Ethernet Ports|
|MANAGEMENT||6401 ANALOGUE INFORMATION|
|SNMP v3||Line Coding(Trellis): On / off|
|Web based / Browser Management||SNR Margin (0.1 dB):|
|OAM Support – 802.3ah, 802.1ag / Y.1731||Attenuation (0.1 dB):|
|Remote configuration support||Output Power (0.1 dBm):|
|System Log Support Log||Attainable Rate (Kbps): (Max you can obtain)|
|Upgrade software Import / export configuration||Update firmware while keeping configuration data|
|Power Management / Save – for reduced carbon footprint|
|Command Line Interface|
|TCP / DUMP Monitoring|
|RR 6401||6401 ADSL2+ Annex M Rugged Router (-20°C to +70°C)|
|6401 AC Power Adapter||6401 100-240 vac Power Supply (-20°C to +70°C) Typical 48vdc|
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