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The product is based on IP/MPLS packet switching technology, supporting static and dynamic creation of service channels, supporting multiple routing protocols, simple configuration, with the various sizes of bandwidth services and end-to-end for networking capability, providing "flexible" transmission channels suitable for IP service characteristics, supporting service QoS differentiation and assurance; channel protection Switching can be completed within 50ms to achieve carrier-grade service protection; supports online measurement based on OAM LM/DM and offline measurement of RFC2544 and other performance testing method; supports DCN network management self-pass, plug-and-play management, and completes the interface with the third-party network management of telecommunications, which can be configured and managed by the third-party network management platform.
IPA type packet access equipment includes IPA500 and IPA6000 series. IPA500 series belongs to U1 and U2 type, and IPA6000 series belongs to U3 type. These products adopt MPLS, MPLS-TP packet transport technology, carrier-grade, highly reliable design, belong to the miniaturized IPRAN products, which are located in group customer service access and convergence, providing equipment and network-level protection, highly reliable service access and convergence, can satisfied the growing demand for bandwidth of IP-based services, and realizing flexible scheduling of bandwidth resources.
IPA500 equipment products are suitable for telecom IPRAN network, as the last 1 km fiber access in the edge network, and the extension of multi-user access at the local end. The product is a U1/U2 equipment, suitable for use at the user end, and the product's position in the network is at the edge of the network. IPA6000 equipment are suitable for telecom IPRAN network, as the last 1 km fiber access at the edge network and the extension of multi-user access at the local end. The product is U3, suitable for use at the access end of the server room or the central convergence end, and can provide users with equipment-level and service protection capabilities.