- Up to 16 E1/T1 ports; two bonded clear channel T3 ports or a single channelized T3 port
- Up to four 10/100BaseT user ports
- Circuit bonding using standard GFP, VCAT and LCAS with multi-VCG support
- Metro Ethernet Forum certified (MEF-9, MEF-14) for EPL, EVPL services
- Hierarchical QoS with configurable Strict Priority and WFQ (weighted fair queuing) scheduling, EVC shaping
- Color-sensitive P-bit re-marking Ethernet OAM per 802.3-2005 (formerly 802.3ah), 802.1ag and performance monitoring per ITU Y.1731 for end-to-end SLA control
- Secure Telnet and web applications; SNMPv3 and RADIUS
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The RICi-16 connects Fast Ethernet LANs over multiple bonded PDH links, enabling service providers to extend high capacity Ethernet-based services to remote locations.
The RICi-16 is also ideal for backhauling Ethernet traffic from IP Node Bs and IP DSLAMs over copper-based or microwave PDH connections. Employing standard Ethernet over NG-PDH technology, the RICi-16 improves overall network availability by reducing latency and optimizing line utilization and throughput. The RICi-16 is MEF-certified for Ethernet Private Line and Ethernet Virtual Private Line services. It is equipped with advanced Ethernet SLA capabilities for handling multi-priority traffic, ensuring latency, jitter and packet delivery performance on a per-flow basis. The RICi-16 features a “pay-as-you-grow” license model, allowing the addition of E1/T1 links according to evolving bandwidth requirements.
over multiple bonded E1/T1 circuits or T3 ports
Ethernet over PDH circuit bonding
(MEF-9, MEF-14) for EPL, EVPL services
management, QoS an performance monitoring
for extending high capacity Ethernet-based services to remote locations
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