Ethernet is the undisputed, global choice for Metro Access Networks (MANs) and Local Access Networks (LANs). However, existing copper access networks do not facilitate an end-to-end high-bandwidth connection, creating a bottleneck. This bottleneck is the first mile of access. This refers to the access link (most often a TDM-based copper circuit) from the business customer's offce LAN to their service provider's MAN. ADTRAN affords service providers the ability to remove this bottleneck through the utilization of an improved data transmission standard. This standard, ITU-T G.998.2, is known as Ethernet in the First Mile (EFM). ADTRAN EFM over Copper (EoCu) defnes a way to effectively and universally bond together, lower band-width copper loops or pairs of wires creating a Carrier Ethernet access connection.
|Number of Total Expansion Slots||1|
|Power Over Ethernet||Not Applicable|
|Redundant Power Supply||Not Applicable|
|Management||Command Line Interface Telnet VLAN SNMP QoS|
|Serial Transmission Standard||Not Applicable|
|Product Condition||Not Applicable|
|Compatible Rack Unit||1U|
|Total Number of Ports||12|
|VoIP Port||Not Applicable|
|E-Carrier Port||Not Applicable|
|Serial Port||Not Applicable|
|Serial Transmission Speed||Not Applicable|
|Number of Network (RJ-45) Ports||4|
|ISDN Port||Not Applicable|
|Broadband Transmission Technology||SHDSL|
|T-Carrier Port||Not Applicable|
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