Press about Race: DSL modem for two lines.

Read the latest issue of the Telecom Forum:

Race Communications has started selling a new device of ADC (PairGain Technologies) from the Megabit Modem family - the MM702G2 DSL modem with built-in Ethernet bridge router functions. The peculiarity of this model is that it is capable of working on both one and two pairs of copper telephone cable, and in the second case, the data transfer rate doubles.

Users connect to the device via a 10/100BaseT port with an MDI/MDI-X switch, data is transmitted using G.SHDSL technology at a speed of up to 2.3 Mbit/s for one pair and up to 4.6 Mbit/s for two. The Ethernet port supports VLAN, up to 8 simultaneous PPP sessions, dynamic IP routing, NAT address translation, DHCP server and client. Management is carried out by means of the built-in SNMP agent and via TELNET sessions, new software versions can be installed remotely in FLASH memory. The line speed is adjusted automatically according to G.SHDSL technology or manually. The status of the device is indicated by LED indicators on the front panel.

Thanks to the support of the G.SHDSL standard, MM702G2 devices can be connected to each other (point-to-point) and to DSLAM access multiplexers. Security is provided by means of PAP/CHAP authentication, Web and Telnet passwords.

The retail price for the Megabit Modem 702G2 is $695.

August 16 ("Telecom Forum")
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