IPmux-155L - Hub-Site Pseudowire Access Gateway
IPmux®-155L is a pseudowire gateway that transports TDM traffic (originating from legacy circuit-switched networks) over packet-switched networks (PSNs). This is achieved by converting TDM data streams coming from the TDM ports into packets transported over the PSN.
Multi-standard pseudowire gateway and a wire-speed Ethernet switch
Working opposite CPEs, such as the IPmux-24, IPmux-2L, IPmux-4L, IPmux-4LGE and MiTOP-E1, the IPmux-155L functions as a pseudowire termination unit and sends TDM pseudowire bundles from remote units to SDH/PDH backbones while Ethernet traffic is directed to packet networks. Featuring multi-standard pseudowire capabilities and a wire-speed, non-blocking Ethernet switch, 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, including standards-based ring topology.
- High capacity pseudowire gateway, transporting TDM traffic (fully populated channelized STM-1 stream or up to 32 E1 channels) over packet-switched networks
- Pseudowire technology, compliant with IETF, MFA Forum and ITU-T standards for
- Pseudowire Emulation Edge-to-Edge (PWE3)
- Aggregation of 32 fiber optic or electrical Fast Ethernet interfaces into four Gigabit Ethernet links
- 1U or 2U, 19” enclosure with redundant power supply and fan units