Solution Overview
IP•Express•MLBH•T1 is a Wide Area Network router that routes the Internet Protocol through integrated T1 WAN ports. The T1 WAN ports supports Point to Point and Frame Relay Wide Area Networking Protocols with 24/7 proven interoperability. An integrated Four Port 10Baset Ethernet Hub provides a complete T1 Branch Office solution.
IP WAN Router Models
IP·Express·MLBH·T1
IP·Express·MLBH·IPM·T1
IP·Express·MLBH·RED·T1
IP·Express·MLBH·IPM·RED·T1


IP•Express•MLBH•T1 offers a REDundant IP Video configuration that automatically switches from the Primary to a Secondary Encoder's IP Video Stream for mission critical broadcasts.

IP Multicast is utilized to distribute MPEG video similtaneously to multiple decoders.

Bit Error Rate Tester is a standard feature. The BERT capability in combination with the diagnostic test loops provides for T1 physical layer qualification.

Management of the IP•Express•MLBH models is accomplished with a Command Line Interface that is accessed through a Console or Telnet connection. Templates of the most common configuration provide for an Edit and Paste configuration.

 IP•Express MLBH-T1

IP WAN Router with Two Integrated T1 DSU/CSUs and Four Port 10 BaseT Hub
 
The IP•Express•MLBH•T1 is a very reliable, high performance and cost effective IP WAN Router for interconnecting remote LANs and for high performance MPEG IP Video delivery. The Integration of the T1 CSUs provides for a complete solution with a straight forward configuration. It is great for:
 
 
• Shared Internet Access
• Branch Office Connections
• Education District Networking
• Multimegabyte File Transfers
• MPEG Video Distribution
Inverse Packet Multiplexing
Inverse
Packet Multiplexing is a feature of the IPExpress•MLBH•T1•IPM . IPM delivers 3 Megabits of interconnectivity over Dedicated T1 WANs. Built in T1 line fault detection provides for automatic bandwidth backup for Mission Critical Fault Tolerant Interconnects.
Security is provided with Full On Source, Destination Address; Port and Flag IP Packet filtering. Interconnectivity is able to be selectively controlled at the network, device and application layers.
MPEG IP Multicast Streaming Video Delivery
IPExpress•MLBH•T1•IPM models delivers MPEG IP Streaming Video over Inverse Multiplexed T1s. The Inverse Packet Multiplexor provides the bandwidth necessary for the delivery of broadcast quality Streaming IP Video. IP Multicast is a standard feature of the IPExpress and is utilized to distribute MPEG video simultaneously to multiple decoders.
MPEG IP Video Redundancy Switch
REDundant IP Video configuration that automatically switches from the Primary to a Secondary Encoder's IP Video Stream for mission critical broadcasts and is only available with the
IPExpress•MLBH•T1•IPM•RED. A one second absence of IP packets from the Primary Encoder results in the switch to the Secondary Encoder. The WAN bandwidth is reserved for a single feed. The Redundancy option is also available with the Inverse Packet Multiplexor.
  Technical Specifications

LAN Network Interface:
· Four 10BaseT Ethernet Hub

LAN Network Protocols Supported:
· IP, TCP, UDP, RIP, ICMP, BOOTP
· IP Multicast support
· IP Video Stream Redundancy (Optional)
· AppleTalk (Configuration Only)

WAN Network Interfaces:
· Two T1/FracT1 CSU/DSU port

WAN Network Protocols Supported:

· PPP
  (RFC 1548, RFC 1332, RFC 1334, PAP)
· Frame Relay
  (ANSI ANNEX D, LMI, RFC 1420)

T1/Fractional T1 Specifications:
· Framing - ESF or D4
· Coding - B8ZS or AMI
· Supports DS0 assignments from 1 to 24
  (64Kbps to 1.536Mbps)

Regulatory:
· Safety -IEC60950 Third Edition (1999)
              CB TEST CERTIFICATE
· EMC - EN55022:1994+A1&A2
            EN55024, ICES-003 1997
            CISPR 22 Level A

· Telecom - Part 68
· CE

TFTP Upgrade Capable (Flash ROMs):
IPExpressMLTBH is field upgradeable

Management:
Telnet support with Edit and Paste Templates
Console Port for Out of Band Management

SNMP support (MIB I, MIB II)

Remote configuration, monitoring, & reset

Console Port:
RJ45 to DB9 Female DCE adapter shipped with product. Enables direct connection to Com1.

Diagnostic:
Loopback Tests
      Network
      Internal
      Framer
      Payload
Bert Tests
      2E07,2E11,2E15,QRSS

Power:
24-36 VDC
-48 VDC Optional
    International Adapters Available

Dimensions:
9" (L) x 7.3" (W) x 1.50" (H)

Back Panel
Console Port Connector RJ 45 to DB 9 Female Adapter provided
Telco1: T1 DSU/CSU Interface for WAN connectivity via PPP or Frame Relay
Console Port Connector RJ 45 to DB 9 Female Adapter provided
Telco2: Second T1 DSU/CSU Interface for WAN connectivity via PPP or Frame Relay
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