ETX-203AX: Carrier Ethernet Demarcation Device
ETX-203AX is ideal for carriers, service providers, and wholesale operators requiring advanced Ethernet functionality at customer premises and multi-tenant units (MTUs).
- Six FE/GbE ports; flexible selection of SFP and copper interfaces
- Optional E1 network port for?cost-effective Ethernet over PDH?services
- Optional SHDSL network port?for cost-effective Ethernet over?SHDSL service
- Optional LTE modem for?management and backup of EVC?services over cellular network
- Wide range AC/DC power supply?
ETX-203AM: Universal Carrier Ethernet Demarcation Device?
Available as a modular demarcation device, the ETX-203AM enables operators to deliver Carrier Ethernet services and L2 VPNs over any network connection.
- Four FE/GbE?user ports
- Modular network interfaces: FE/GbE (combo), E1/T1, T3, VDSL, or SHDSL?
ETX-205A: Carrier Ethernet/Mobile Demarcation Device?
The ETX-205A provides advanced Carrier Ethernet demarcation and offers combo interfaces and power supply redundancy. For LTE/LTE-A mobile backhaul, the ETX-205A is installed at cellular tower and controller sites to guarantee differentiated SLAs.
- L2 VPN service demarcation with superior traffic management and monitoring capabilities
- Flexible synchronization offering Sync-E, IEEE 1588v2 slave, BC and TC for frequency and phase synchronization in mobile networks
- Distributed GMTM architecture integrating built-in GPS receiver with IEEE 1588v2 Grandmaster functionality for cost-optimized LTE deployments
- E1/T1 pseudowire services per MEF-8, UDP/IP, MPLS static labeling in SAToP and CESoP modes, and with CAS?
ETX-220A: 10G Carrier Ethernet Demarcation/Aggregation Device?
The ETX-220A combines intelligent demarcation and aggregation capabilities to deliver SLA-based Carrier Ethernet services for enterprise and carrier-to-carrier E-Access applications.
- Up to four?10-GbE ports and up to 20 x 1-GbE ports in various combinations
- Flexible synchronization offering Sync-E, IEEE 1588v2 slave, BC and TC for frequency and phase synchronization in mobile networks?