Designed for business-class DSL, cable and routers that do not support NetFlow data, the 10/100 NetFlow inline ASE has a wide variety of deployment options. The 10/100 Ethernet inline ASE has a wide variety of deployment options. The Low Speed Ethernet ASE is typically deployed as an inline probe on the access line between LAN devices such as the LAN switch and router. (See Option 1). Other options include positioning the ASE on the Ethernet segment between a subscriber's router and a network terminating unit (NTU) such as a DSL modem or a service provider switch (Ethernet as WAN access) (See Option 2), or connecting the ASE to a router or switch SPAN port.
The IP Transport and OmniPoint ASE is designed to support real timesynchronized troubleshooting for the network, applications, and VoIP.The unit supports on demand traffic captures, as well as real time custom configurable SNMP traps for rapid Mean Time to Identify analysis.
Ethernet probe model 807-0120 front view
Ethernet probe model model 807-0120 rear view
Option 1. Ethernet inline probe model 807-0120 deployed after the customer edge router.
Option 2. Ethernet inline probe model 807-0120 deployed in front of the customer edge router.
|Ethernet inline probe ASE specifications SKU 01890 Part Number 3511003 Model 113|
|General||Dimensions||7.5" (19.1 cm) x 6" (15.2 cm) x 1.5" (3.8 cm)|
|Maximum Data Rate||100 Mbps|
|Environment||Operating Temperature||0º to +40ºC (+32º to +104 º F)|
|Storage Temperature||-20º to +55ºC (-4º to +131º×F)|
|Clearance Requirement||Minimum of 3" (7.62 cm) space on sides.|
|Power Requirements||Input||100 to 240 VAC|
|Input Current Rating||0.5 amps|
|LAN and WAN Ethernet Interface||Bit Rate||10/100 Mbps|
|Connector||8-pin modular jack: RJ-45|
|Serial Port Interface||Baud Rate||19200 or 9600 bps|
|Parity||8 data bits, no parity|
|Stop Bit||1 stop bit|
|Electrical Format||EIA RS-232, DTE|