Migration to IP/Ethernet The prevalence of new Ethernet delivered services requires increased investment in new packet networks. Customers demand the continued support of non-Ethernet services such as TDM voice and data which raises a concern regarding the cost impact of supporting two networks - one IP and one TDM-based. With the ADTRAN MX408e Pseudowire Gateway, Ethernet service delivery is consolidated onto a single multi-service network supporting the delivery of cost effec- tive broadband service and legacy service revenue streams. ADTRAN's pseudowire solu- tion reduces operational costs by retiring expensive TDM leased lines.
|Number of Total Expansion Slots||1|
|Power Over Ethernet||Not Applicable|
|Management||Command Line Interface (CLI) SNMP IEEE 802.1p QoS IEEE 802.1q VLAN ADTRAN Total Access EMS|
|Compatible Rack Unit||19U|
|Product Condition||Not Applicable|
|Total Number of Ports||13|
|DSL Port||Not Applicable|
|VoIP Port||Not Applicable|
|Number of RJ-48 Ports||8|
|Serial Port||Not Applicable|
|Number of Network (RJ-45) Ports||5|
|ISDN Port||Not Applicable|
|T-Carrier Port||Not Applicable|
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