ADTRAN 24-Port DSLAM Access Module IADSL Module User Manual
■24 ports of G.DMT or G.Lite ADSL, configurable individually on a
■Front Panel LEDs for power/card status and loop status for each subscriber loop
■Interface rates individually configurable at particular upstream/downstream rate combinations or rate adapting to best rates available on loop
■Upstream/downstream rates independently configurable in 32 kbps increments
■Upstream and downstream max, min and target SNR margin configurable individually on port basis
■POTS Loop Start and Ground Start as software options
■V.90 modem support
As broadband continues to grow in popularity and demand, Asymmetric DSL (ADSL) remains a major DSL service offering.
Carriers are faced with the operational challenge of delivering both POTS and ADSL in the most efficient manner.
The ADTRANTM Integrated ADSL (IADSL) module is an access module for the Total Access® 3000 DSLAM platform that provides ADSL, splitter, and POTS functions for 24 subscriber interfaces. It works in conjunction with the DS3 Cell Switch Module to provide a complete solution for ADSL and POTS interfaces.
The IADSL module for the Total Access
3000 DSLAM provides 24 ports of G.DMT or G.Lite ADSL, configurable individually on a
•Interface rates individually configurable at particular upstream/downstream rate combinations or rate adapting to best rates available on loop
•Upstream/downstream rates independently configurable in 32 kbps increments
•Upstream and downstream maximum, minimum, and target
•POTS Loop Start and Ground Start support
•V.90 modem support
ADTRAN has made loop testing easy by integrating Metallic Test Access supported with test relays that put local loops onto the
Total Access 3000 DSLAM test bus (via
The IADSL card supports both SNMP and standard TL1 test commands for easy management and operation. Operations, Administration, Management & Provisioning
(OAM&P) is performed via the Enhanced System Controller Unit (ESCU) of the Total
Access 3000 DSLAM. The Total Access Element Management System (EMS) is a
POTS interfaces are delivered through a T1 on the front panel of the card. A pushbutton toggles the Port LED status between POTS and ADSL indications. The POTS or ADSL indication state is determined by the position of the button. The card defaults to the ADSL indication. POTS status is only shown when the user is pushing the button. A software option available via the craft interface screen allows the default option to be changed.
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24 ADSL + POTS
Front Panel Features
■1 Power LED
■1 T1 Status LED
■1 LED for port indication (either ADSL or POTS)
■24 port LEDs
■Can operate from either Total Access 3000 power bus, A or B.
■Dimensions: 5.35 in. H x 1.98 in. W x 10.2 in. D
■Weight: 2 lbs. to 3 lbs.
■Mounting: Occupies three slots in the Total Access 3000 or 3010 chassis
ATM Network Interfaces
TDM Network Interfaces
■NEBS Level 3
■G.992.1 Annex A
■G.992.2 Annex A
■Local Management: via SCU using VT100
■Remote Management: SNMP with support in the Total Access EMS, TL1
■Relative Humidity: Up to 95 percent, noncondensing
IADSL Access Module
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