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REOP series (REOP4/8/16) is the IP over TDM converter, which supports the conversion from MAC frames to 1 – 16 E1 lines. The maximum bit rate is 31.68Mbps (16E1 lines). With different LAN card, E1 card and power card, it can meet various requirements.
Compliant to international standards, the device can communicate with products from other vendors adopting the same standards.
● Supports E1 automatic removal when failure occurs and automatic recovery when failure heals up.
● The maximum tolerated differential delay between any two of the 16 E1 is 220 ms
● The E1 interfaces can be connected without caring the ID sequence at the opposite terminal
● Supports the embedded E1 BER Tester function, to detect any E1 channel of 16 channels.
● Remote/local E1 loopback function will be convenient for E1 line(transmission system included) testing
● Provides up to 4 shared Ethernet interfaces
● With 1024 MAC address capacity, supports dynamic learning and 5 minute aging.
● Accepts frames with length between 64 and 1916 bytes (otherwise filtering)
● VLAN function based on tags compliant to IEEE 802.1Q
● Throughout statistic of the Ethernet packets based on port, such as error packets
● Configurable pause flow control
● Optional fiber Ethernet interface compliant to IEEE 802.3u 100BASE-FX standard (can communicate with remote optical transceiver) and copper Ethernet interface compliant to IEEE 802.3u 100 BASE-TX standard
● CLI command via serial RS232 port and telnet
● REOP network management platform based on SNMP(V1 and V2C)
● Optional local timing mode and tracing E1 line (set by CLI Command)
● The source of tracing E1 line can be switched according to the signal quality.
● GFP-F encapsulation specified in ITU-T G.7041.
● VCAT and LCAS specified in ITU-T G.7042, G.7043 and G.8040.
● Ethernet to nxE1 mapping recommendation G.7043
● Ethernet to single E1 mapping recommendation G.8040
● Single-board design with small dimension, 1 U high and low power consumption
Figure 3-1 REOP application diagram