CopperJet 1624: ADSL2+ modem/router, VoDSL, 2 x ISDN BRI S0, 1 x 10/100 BaseT
Unique Selling Points (USP):
- Full featured ADSL2/2+ Voice Router and Firewall
- Suitable for ADSL2+, ADSL2, ADSL over analog/PSTN (annex A)
- Up to 24 Mbps downstream
- 1 x Ethernet 10/100 BaseT
- 2 x ISDN BRI S0 connections
- Supports Voice over DSL (ELCP, CAS, CCS)
- Upgrade to IPsec VPN
- QuickStart for easy set-up
- Supports VoIP (SIP, MGCP)*
Delivering ADSL/ADSL2 and ADSL2+ enables service providers to offer connections of 24 Mbps downstream with the new CopperJet 16xx series. Furthermore, ADSL2+ extends the reach of ADSL.
The CopperJet 1624-2B is an ADSL2+ router that supports Voice over ATM (VoATM) and can be upgraded to support Voice over IP (VoIP)*. It has proven interoperability with several Voice Gateways including, TDSoft, Siemens, Zhone, Alcatel, Broadsoft and IPtel.
It supports 2 x ISDN BRI S0 connection that can be used for telephony (ISDN phones), fax (G4) or data (ISDN BRI) services using its automatic switchover system between telephony and data. It also provides layer 2 Bridging, layer 3 Routing and integrates a full featured firewall for security. Adding IPsec VPN functionality enables the CopperJet to perform as a full featured VPN router.
Capable of doing ADSL Annex A/B/U-R2, ADSL2+, the new CopperJet 1624-4B from Allied Data Technologies increase the deployment of ADSL in rural areas. With the integrated VoIP/VoATM and VPN functionality, it combines both data and voice services and fulfills the demand for more bandwidth and services.
* VoIP support on ISDN BRI is planned for future release
Allied Telesis CopperJet CopperJet 1624 - ADSL over analoog/PSTN, ADSL, 24 Mbit/s, 17.6 oz (500 g), 0.1 Gbit/s, 7.95 x 6.93 x 1.97" (202 x 176 x 50 mm), Wired
Allied Telesis CopperJet 1624 - ADSL over analoog/PSTN, CopperJet. xDSL connection type: ADSL, Downstream data rate: 24 Mbit/s. Weight: 17.6 oz (500 g). Maximum data transfer rate: 0.1 Gbit/s, Dimensions (WxDxH): 7.95 x 6.93 x 1.97" (202 x 176 x 50 mm), Connectivity technology: Wired