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RAD IPmux-14

IPmux-14 from RADIPmux-14 from RAD - IPMUX-14/4T1/UTP/UTP, IPMUX-14/H/4T1/UTP/UTP

IPmux-14 Description (IPMUX-14/4T1/UTP/UTP) 

IPmux-14 from RAD is a TDMoIP gateway optimized for small and medium-sized enterprise sites. The IPmux-14 offers Ethernet-based access, as well as extension of TDM-based legacy services over packet switched networks. 

IPmux-14 Features 
• The IPmux-14 offers TDMoIP CPE (Customer Premises Equipment) for the small and medium-sized enterprise sites, offering TDM leased line extension over a packet switched network and controlled Ethernet access 
• TDMoIP technology, implementing the emerging IETF, MPLS/FR Alliance, ITU-T and MEF standards for Pseudo-Wire Emulation Edge-to-Edge (PWE3):
E1/T1 communication over IP and Ethernet networks with the IPmux-14
Support for both framed (full or fractional) and unframed E1/T1 using the IPmux-14 
- Minimal processing delay
- Configurable jitter buffer compensation for network packet delay variation
 - Dedicated external clock port 
- QoS support by labeling IP level priority Type of Service (ToS) and VLAN tagging/priority labeling according to IEEE 802.1p&Q • Three Ethernet ports, two - for user side and one for network access • The Ethernet user ports of the IPmux-14 offer:
Transparent Ethernet bridging 
User data bandwidth and access control through rate limiting and VLAN filtering
VLAN classification through double VLAN tagging (stacking) • Four E1 or T1 TDM ports available on the RAD IPmux-14 • Management via ASCII terminal, Telnet host, Web terminal or SNMP-based network management station • Provisioning and monitoring of TDMoIP services using the RADview Service Center for TDMoIP applications • The IPmux-14 is a compact, 1U high enclosure ETHERNET
 
CAPABILITIES OF THE IPMUX-14 
• IPmux-14’s internal Layer-2 Ethernet switch supports three Ethernet ports. One port serves as a network interface and the other two serve for user Ethernet traffic. • Each Ethernet port of the IPmux-14 supports: 
Configurable port-based rate limiting for bandwidth control
Configurable port-based VLAN membership for ingress traffic restriction
Configurable port-based VLAN tagging; a VLAN tag is added resulting in a double tagging (VLAN stacking) when an already tagged frame is witched. • The device supports standard IP features, such as ICMP (ping),ARP, next hop and default gateway

TDMoIP PERFORMANCE OF THE IPmux-14 (IPMUX-14/4T1/UTP/UTP )
• IPmux-14 provides a legacy over Ethernet/IP solution supporting transmission of E1/T1 streams over IP and Ethernet-based networks. IPmux-14 converts the data stream from its user E1/T1 ports into packets for transmission over the network. The addressing scheme of these packets is IP or MPLS. These packets are transmitted via the IPmux-14 Ethernet link port to the network. A remote IPmux converts the packets back to TDM traffic. • High-performance buffering and forwarding techniques are used to achieve end-to-end processing delay as low as 3 msec. • IP packet size is configurable. A greater packet length results in greater processing delay, yet smaller bandwidth overhead is achieved. • An enhanced buffering mechanism in the IPmux-14 compensates for packet delay variation (jitter) of up to 200 msec in the network. • Assigned, IANA-registered UDP socket number for TDMoIP simplifies flow classification through switches and routers. 

IPmux-14 TDMoIP QoS SUPPORT 
• IPmux-14 supports VLAN tagging and priority labeling according to 802.1p&Q. TDMoIP frames are assigned (tagged) a dedicated VLAN ID. • The ToS or Diffserv of the outgoing TDMoIP frames are user-configurable. This allows the TDMoIP packets to be given a higher priority by the network switches and routers. TDMoIP TIMING 
• Synchronization between TDM devices is maintained, by deploying advanced clock distribution mechanisms. The clocking options are: 
Internal – the master clock source for the TDM circuit is provided by the IPmux-14 internal clock oscillator 
Loopback – the transmit clock is derived from the E1/T1 port’s receive clock Adaptive – the clock is recovered from the Ethernet network interface External – an external clock source to synchronize the device via its station clock port. ETHERNET INTERFACE OF THE IPMUX-14 
• IPmux-14 supports the following Ethernet ports: 
One network port (UTP or fiber optic) 
Two user ports (both UTP or UTP and fiber optic). • The network and user portsprovide autonegotiation, VLAN tagging and rate limiting. 

IPmux-14 TDM INTERFACE ( IPMUX-14/4T1/UTP/UTP )
• Four standard E1 or T1 ports provide connectivity to any standard E1 or T1 device. • E1 and T1 interfaces support the following: 
Integral LTU/CSU for long haul applications 
E1 balanced and unbalanced or T1 options
G.703 unframed and G.704 framed modes
CAS and CRC-4 bit generation (E1)
D4/SF and ESF framing (T1) 

Hardened version IPMUX-14/H/4T1/UTP/UTP is available for extreme temperatures such as enclosures where the temperature is not controlled. 

DIAGNOSTICS with the RAD IPmux-14 
• IPmux-14 supports remote and local loop testing. 
• Alarm detection and insertion are supported together with error statistics. These include SES/UAS statistics, LOS/AIS physical layer alarms, and remote/local loopback test modes. Standard E1 or T1 alarms are transmitted end-to-end. 
• The following physical layer alarms are supported: E1/T1 port LOS, AIS, LOF, LCV. 
• IPmux-14 performs an internal built-in test (BIT) after power up. The results of the test are visible via the local terminal. • IPmux-14 monitors LAN and IP layer network condition statistics, such as packet loss and packet delay variation (jitter). The events are stored in log files. 
• Fault isolation, statistics and event logging are available on the IPmux-14 
• The minor and major alarms can be relayed to a remote alarm device via dedicated pins of the external clock RJ-45 connector on the IPmux-14 

MANAGEMENT OF THE IPmux-14 
• IPmux-14 can be configured and monitored locally via an ASCII terminal, or remotely via Telnet, Web browser or RADview. • Management traffic can run over a dedicated VLAN • The RADview Service Center and Element Manager packages control and monitor TDM over IP (TDMoIP) devices and circuits. The Service Center ’s intuitive GUI, “point-and-click” functionality and easy-to-follow wizards increase the efficiency and accuracy of the service provisioning process. • Software download is supported via the local terminal, using XMODEM, or remotely, using TFTP. After downloading a new software version, IPmux-14 automatically saves the previous version in non-volatile memory for backup purposes. Similarly, copies of the configuration file may be downloaded and uploaded to a remote workstation for backup and restore purposes. 

Common models are:
IPMUX-14/4T1/MM13LC/UTP 
IPMUX-14/4T1/SM13LC/UTP 
IPMUX-14/4T1/UTP/UTP 
IPMUX-14/H/4T1/UTP/UTP 

IPMUX-14/4E1/UTP/UTP 
IPMUX-14/4E1CX/UTP/UTP 

IPmux-14 data sheet (pdf 852)

 

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Last modified: May 15, 2017