The DM706E is an E1 multiplexer with two E1 (G.703/G.704) interfaces, and Ethernet (10/100BaseT) interface that can work as a router and several software functionalities, including user remote authentication (RADIUS and TACACS), Firewall, NAT, VPN and QoS. Offers housing for an expansion card that can activate 4 to 8 FXS ports.
The DM706E is an E1 multiplexer that allows voice and data transference at up to 2048kbit/s.
The DM706E features two E1 (G.703/G.704) interfaces and an Ethernet (10-100BaseT/) interface that acts as a router.
It provides 64kbit/s timeslot distribution between tributary E1 and Ethernet cards, allowing, for instance, for the simultaneous traffic of a digital PABX voice channels and a LAN.
It performs all the routing tasks by means of a WAN interface, where it receives incoming data from the E1 aggregate card and performs routing of this traffic.
Desktop modem (195x200x44mm), with 93-250VAC or 36-72VDC automatic power supply.
The Router interface features several software functionalities. Notably along them are the routing functions, remote user authentication (RADIUS and TACACS), network security (firewall), address and port translation (NAT ), safe connections (VPN), packet tagging and prioritizing (QoS).
Remote management via HDLC, allowing it to manage the multiplexer functionalities remotely. All functionalities can be managed through the DMView management platform when the DM706E is the DM705-SUB multiplexor remote device.
Operation with internal or regenerated clocks from the G.703 signal of the aggregate or tributary E1 card. Automatic commuting to the internal clock in the absence of the regenerated clock.
Test pattern generator with error detection, activated by the control port (BERT).
Indicative LEDs for power supply, test, E1 interface status, FXS and router (SYS, WAN and ETH).
- The DM706E features two E1 (G.703/G.704) interfaces and an Ethernet (10-100BaseT/) interface that acts as a router.
- As an expansion card, other interfaces can be installed, including 4-8-channel FXS 2W voice cards.
- It is entirely configurable via terminal emulation with a DB9 RS232 control port on the front panel.
- It is entirely configurable via Telnet or SSH, featuring a physical connection with a LAN or WAN Router port.
- Possible synchrony sources: Operation with internal or regenerated clocks from the G.703 signal of the aggregate or tributary E1 card.