Industrial V.DSL / ADSL / Fibre Router – 6540
Industrial V.DSL / ADSL / Fibre Router – 6540
The Case Communications 6540 is an Industrial V.DSL / ADSL, Fibre Optic Router in addition its equipped with dual Cellular LTE / 4G SIMS to provide alternate routes for maximum resilience.
The 6540 Industrial Router supports ADSL 2+ (G.992.5) for use on existing networks, providing a maximum downline rate of 24Mbps and upstream rate of 3.3Mbps using Annex M.
The 6540 also supports V.DSL2 (Very-high-bit-rate digital subscriber line 2) ( also known by British Telecomm as (FTTC) Fibre to the Cabinet) ( G.993.2). VDSL2 has an upstream data rate of 20 Mbps and a downlink data rate up to 80Mbps. Therefore this makes the 6540 ideal for high bandwidth applications such as CCTV, and IP TV.
Dual Gigabit Fibre
The 6540 supports Dual Gigabit Fibre (SFP) ports allowing the 6540 to be used on Fibre networks. Each fibre port supports 1 Gbps. The 6540 has dual Gigabit Fibre ports providing an an aggregate rate of 2 Gbps.
Designed to operate reliably in harsh conditions
The Case Communications 6540 has been designed to operate reliably in harsh conditions without the use of fans. The 6540 is supplied as both a DIN Rail and, Rack mounted router, with all input / output on the front panel. The 6540 Industrial V.DSL / ADSL / Fibre Router is equipped with a last gasp facility allowing it send out an SNMP Trap in the event of a power failure.
The 6540 also contains an Ethernet switch with 4 x 10/100Mbps ports and two 10/100/1000Mbps Mini GBIC Ports. the 6540 also has the ability to provide PoE / PoE+ to attached devices such as Pan and Tilt CCTV.
The Case Communications 6540 has high levels of security supporting tunnelling protocols such as IP Sec and GRE Tunnelling. Encryption options include AES, and 3 DES . VLAN Tagging is supported, allowing VLAN Tags to be taken over the network to a remote subnet.
The 6540 Industrial Router is managed locally or remotely via a Browser, SNMP V1/V2/V3 and via a Command Line Interface (CLI).
Phase 2 - Developments
Dry Relay Contacts
Dry Relay Contacts allow digital input / output. This allows the 6540 to control local devices such as door releases, or lights to be turned on or off etc. A locally triggered event, such as an alarm being triggered can be made to send an SNMP Trap to management station such as CaseView
Dual SIM LTE / 4G Cellular back up
The 6540 is equipped with a dual SIM cellular 4G / LTE Back-up module to provide backup in the event the main network connection fails. The dual SIM module ensures that if one of the Cellular networks fail, service will be continued via the second cellular network.
The 6540 Industrial router is equipped with a Wi-Fi module making the 6540 into an AP (Access Point) or allowing alternate routes to other routers via the Wi-Fi Link.
The 6540 is equipped with an an RS232 / 485 port. This allows the 6540 to take in serial data and send messages to IP MODBUS devices. In addition the 6540 can send network status messages to a Remote Terminal Unit and set the MODBUS registers.
|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|