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96 or 120-Port Dial-Up Remote Access Server (RAS) | Made in USA. | DialFire 3120[3120]

96 or 120-Port Dial-Up Remote Access Server (RAS) | Made in USA. | DialFire 3120

96 or 120-Port Dial-Up Remote Access Server (RAS) | Made in USA. | DialFire 3120[3120]

$10,850.00
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Features

  • High-Density 96/120 Port RAS—Lowest-cost dial-up WAN access system available
  • Dynamic Modem/Digital Support—All modems support V.110, V.92, V.44, V.90, K56Flex, V.34+ or digital ISDN connections
  • Hot-Swap Dual-Redundant Power Supplies—Supports two AC (115VAC or 230VAC), two DC, or a mix of AC (115VAC or 230VAC) and DC power supply modules
  • Standard Dual 10/100 Ethernet Ports—Flexible integration options for your high performance network
  • Web-Based—An embedded HTTP server provides complete configuration and control using standard web browsers
  • Made in the USA — This Patton equipment is designed by Patton engineers and built in our Gaithersburg, Maryland facility. Patton's American-made manufacturing process delivers high-quality networking solutions with reliability you can trust.

Overview

The Patton DialFire™ Model 3120 Remote Access Server supports up to 120 digital ISDN or analog (V.110, V.92, V.90, K56Flex, V.34, etc.) modem connections in a single 1U high (1.75 in./4.45 cm) rack-mountable chassis. The Model 3120 is the highest density, lowest profile remote access server available anywhere. With its dual-redundant hot-swappable AC or DC power supplies, the 3120 RAS protects against single points-of-failure. It has two 10/100-Mbps Ethernet ports for load sharing and traffic balancing.

Removable dual-redundant power standard—Supports two AC (115VAC or 230VAC), two DC, or a mix of AC (115VAC or 230VAC) and DC power supply modules
Dual 10/100 Ethernet Ports—Flexible integration options for your high-performance network
SNMP/HTTP management—Embedded HTTP server provides complete configuration and control using your web browser
Quad T1/E1 ports for 120 RAS or uplink services—Terminate any combination of 120 modems/ISDN connections, or expand into remote locations and use the 3120 as a complete PoP solution



Applications

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Specifications

  • Number of Connections: Up to 120
  • Power Supplies: Dual Redundant AC (115VAC or 230VAC) or DC
  • Ethernet Ports: Two 10/100Base-T
  • WAN Ports: Four
  • Modem Modulations: V.92, V.90, K56Flex™, V.34 Annex 12, V.34, V.32bis, V.32, V.23, V.22, V.22bis, V.21, Bell 212A, Bell 202, Bell 103, EIA-PN-2330, V.8, V.8bis, Sync/Async receiver/transmitter for V.14, V.42/V.42bis error correction & compression
  • PSTN Signaling: E1 Primary Rate interface (Q.931), E1 MFR2 (R2), T1 Primary Rate Interface, T1 Robbed bit with Loop/Ground Start or E&M Wink, E&M Immed, Taiwan R1 and Drop & Insert
  • Management Services: HTTP, SNMP, TELNET Dial-in and Ethernet or RS-232 console port, SYSLOG client, Remote software upgrade via FTP, User configurable login prompts and banners
  • Authentication: RADIUS, PAP/CHAP, Username/Password, and Static Users Database (111 Entries)
  • Software Upgrades: Achieved through Flash upgrades via FTP. Software available at www.patton.com/support/upgrades/
  • Protocol Services: TCP/IP suite with extensive protocol statistics—ICMP/TFTP/FTP/RLOGIN/TELNET • Ethernet ARP, Proxy ARP and RARP protocols • Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) • SLIP protocol • Van Jacobson TCP header compression PPP address and protocol compression • RADIUS authentication and accounting, with support for primary and secondary servers • RIP, RIPv2 and OSPF dynamic route distribution* • user configurable static routes • MultiLink PPP • Multi-chassis MultiLink • Layer 3 and Layer 4 IP Filtering • NFAS • DNIS
  • Dial-out Services: Dial-out with support for multi-link PPP • Single-line call-back • Remote authentication using PAP and CHAP and session time


* OSPF feature in development. Call for availability.