Total Access 3000 Remote Management Module

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Features and Benefits
  • Provisioned by software only; no hardware switches
  • Supports ESF framing format
  • Operation over extended temperature range of ?40?C to +65?C
  • Meets NEBS Level 3 and GR-1089-CORE standards
  • Ethernet bridging using PPP as the WAN encapsulation (per RFC 1661); No direct IP addressing is required as access to the RMM is provided via Total Access 3000 common equipment
  • Timing can be recovered or generated locally
  • DS1 interface is software-selectable (MUX-fed or DSX-1)
  • Automatically switches between multiplexers upon MUX failure or removal (in MUX mode)
  • Front panel access to Ethernet transmit and receive over a single RJ-45 CAT 5e cable connected to the PCB
  • Alarms generated for loss of WAN link (Layer 1 Framing), loss of WAN link (Layer 2 PPP), or loss of Ethernet
  • Supports both YModem and TFTP for field upgrades
  • DS1/WAN interface responds to CSU loopback codes when lookback detection is enabled
  • Six external alarm inputs for EMS or NMA notification through the six loop pairs normally used for service delivery
  • Six external alarms, sent via TL1 and SNMP, (two alarms in a Total Access 3000 High Cap shelf; P/N 1181001L2) have programmable severity
  • External alarms can be disabled remotely by a management entity, or locally by a technician with ADMIN level privileges