Verso iMarc 9788 CSU/DSU
Intelligent G.SHDSL access products with advanced diagnostics and Service Level Management features
A Flexible Solution
The 9788 CSU/DSU provides a G.SHDSL termination, and features FRF.8 ATM to Frame Relay conversion. This is ideal for using G.SHDSL as an access method for connection to Frame Relay networks.
The unit features a V.35 interface for connection to a separate router. The iMarc 9788 available with both diagnostic and SLM feature levels, combines a router with a G.SHDSL modem for cost-effective, single unit connections of customer Ethernet LANs to G.SHDSL access facilities.
A future proof investment
Full Service Level Management (SLM) capability can be activated in units that have the basic diagnostic feature set at any time. This is an optional feature that adds real-time and historical network performance monitoring and SLA (Service Level Agreement) reporting capabilities to your iMarc unit and network.
Features and Capabilities
The iMarc 9788 CSU/DSU is a component in the family of intelligent iMarc access products. The iMarc 9788 allows you to perform end-to-end service level management across a hybrid DSL/ATM or Frame Relay network and provides important benefits for large-scale deployment of Frame Relay services, including full diagnostic and SLM functionality, proactive and historical diagnostics, SLM software upgradeability, and critical QoS capabilities to ensure the quality of service required for each application.
Feature level can be remotely field upgraded (Requires OpenLane NMS and the purchase of upgrade keys)
Automatic Frame Relay installation and LMI type sensing
End-to-end, non-disruptive diagnostics
In-band remote management
Dual firmware banks for non-disruptive remote upgrades
SLA reporting - Loss of Data, Class of Service, latency, availability
Real-time and historical performance reporting
Threshold driven alarms for a wide range of parameters
Minimize maintenance trips with remote management, remote upgrades
Advanced diagnostics isolate network vs. router problems
Catch transient problems with threshold driven alarms
Standards-based management for direct control from any SNMP manager