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Main Benefits:

Uses software feature keys to scale WAN port configuration without the need for expensive hardware upgrades

Improves network reliability and performance through load sharing and load balancing in a multihoming environment

Offers flexible interfaces that can be deployed as independent links or bundled into one or more MLPPP or MLFR bundles

Supports broad range of routing protocols such as static routing, RIP1, RIP2, OSPF, optional BGP-4, IGMPv3, and GRE

Reduces access cost by integrating NAT services for Internet access

Better performance than many traditional branch office routers due to integrated hardware and software architecture

Lowers cost of ownership through integrated routing, CSU/DSU, optional Quality of Service, and network monitoring capabilities

The 5840 Multiport Router

When port density counts.

Quick Eagle’s 5840 Multiport RouterTM is ideal for medium-sized businesses and enterprise branch offices that need routers that can scale as the network requirements grow without having to add more hardware.

With its high port density, the 5840 Multiport Router delivers all the functions you need in a branch office router: The ability to configure static routes, and one or more dynamic routing protocols like RIP1, RIP2, OSPF, and optional BGP-4, enables the router to link enterprise networks with advanced IP routing services, such as multipaths and path redundancy.

Static NAT, dynamic NAT, and overloading (NAPT) lets you access the Internet using your private IP addresses. A stateful inspection firewall permits or denies access based on source and destination IP addresses. The embedded network performance monitoring features enable protocols and applications monitoring (RMON-1, RMON-2) and Frame Relay Service Level Verification.

In addition to its wealth of standard features, the 5840’s unique architecture provides the flexibility to meet the most demanding and evolving business requirements: Enabling your network to grow with your business, the 5840 Multiport Router can be upgraded for added bandwidth (up to 12 Mbps with 8 T1 or 16 Mbps with 8 E1 WAN ports) through software. No waiting for hardware, no engineering time to perform the upgrade, and no lengthy system downtime is required.

Multilink PPP (RFC1990) and Multilink Frame Relay (FRF.16.1) protocols provide the 5840 Multiport Router with the capability to bond multiple T1/E1s into a single high-speed virtual link or enable load balancing applications. The 5840 Multiport Router can also be deployed as a MAC Learning Bridge (IEEE 802.1d) over Frame Relay or PPP.

With its optional standard-based DiffServ QoS (Differentiated Services/Quality Of Service) capability the 5840 Multiport Router allows you to control and manage the bandwidth on your WAN connection, eliminating bottlenecks for your businesscritical applications such as ERP and CRM. In addition, DiffServ QoS enables delay-sensitive voice and video-over-IP services, while dedicating enough bandwidth for lower priority traffic.

With its excellent performance, scalability in routing protocols, breadth of features, and competitive pricing1, there is now an alternative to those traditional, high cost, proprietary branch office routers.

1 Please refer to Quick Eagle’s 5842 and 5844 Multiport Routers if you require a lower port density router with an even lower cost.

A sophisticated product architecture.

The 5840 Multiport Router provides the following features:

Support for a wide variety of WAN protocols such as PPP, Frame Relay, Multilink PPP, Multilink Frame Relay FRF.16.1, and MAC Learning Bridging for point-to-point and point- to-multipoint applications to the Internet, private or public Frame Relay networks

Advanced IP / Frame Relay Router capabilities with:

Standard-based IP-over-Frame Relay encapsulation, RFC-2427 compliant

Link Management Interface (LMI): ANSI AnnexD, ITU Annex A, and FRF Rev 1.0

Static and dynamic configuration of up to 1024 DLCIs

Static and dynamic mapping of DLCI to IP Subnets using InverseARP

Dynamic routing protocols RIP1, RIP2, OSPF or optional BGP-4 (I-BGP and E-BGP)

Dynamic load balancing, using OSPF or optional BGP-4 (I-BGP and E-BGP)

Optional DiffServ-compliant QoS capabilities:

Ability to assign maximum bandwidth to each traffic class

Traffic metering, shapes or drops “out-of-profile” traffic

Prevents lower classes of traffic from being bandwidth starved

Enables QoS per routing interface in incoming and outgoing direction

Novice user configuration with presets; advanced user to optimize resources and throughput; statistics reports on QoS

Network Address Translation (NAT) and port translation (NAPT)

Remote configuration and management through Telnet (Terminal User Interface menus), Command Line Interface (CLI), and SNMPv3

MAC Bridging features: VLAN MPLS tag transparency

Basic device configuration and T1/E1 loopback diagnostics through front panel

Full range of network performance monitoring and troubleshooting features that enable you to accurately measure end-to-end performance of the network, including RMON-1 statistics, RMON-2 applications and protocol monitoring, and Frame Relay SLA FRF.13.

Multilink Frame Relay (FRF.16.1) and MLPPP (RFC1990) support

Stateful Inspection Firewall with TCP, UDP, ICMP, DNS, SMTP, FTP, and HTTP protocol handling capabilities

Menu access for layer-3 and above statistics

Multiple multilink bundles and support of MLPPP / MLFR bundle classes A, B & C

Support of DHCP server and DHCP relay agent

The following diagrams show some of the applications supported by the 5840 Multiport Router:

Application 1: Bundled voice, corporate Frame Relay and Internet access services

Remote Site

Company

Headquarters

4335 Access Router

 

 

 

 

T1/E1

Digital

PSTN

Application 2: Multihoming with independent ISP links between four ISPs using load balancing

Company

Headquarters

T1/E1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

T1/E1

ISP B

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

E1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

T1/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

T

1

/E1

 

 

 

ISP C

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Application 3: Multihoming with primary high bandwidth access

Company

Headquarters

ter

ISP A

 

 

NxT1/E1

 

T1/E1

ISP B

4335 Access Router

Application 4: Enterprise LAN extension services: Extending LANs and VLANs through the WAN networks

Remote Site

Company

Headquarters

4335 Access Router

WAN

VLAN Switch

Nx56/64bkps

SNMP or

5840

ultiport Router

Work

NxT1/E1

Remote Site

Nx56/64bkps

4335 Access

Common Features:

WAN Protocols

Independent Frame Relay or PPP links Multilink Frame Relay FRF.16.1 MLPPP (RFC1990)

MAC Learning Bridge (IEEE 802.1d) over Frame Relay (RFC2427) or PPP

MPLS VLAN tag transparency and bridging

VLAN 802.1q

Multiple multilink bundles and support of MLPPP / MLFR bundle classes A, B & C

IP Based DiffServ QoS (Optional)

Standard-based DiffServ compliant (RFCs: 2475, 2597, 2598)

Priority queues (WRR, CBQ), Congestion control (WRED)

Six forwarding classes

(EF, AF1, AF2, AF3, AF4, BE) Traffic metering

Multifield classifier (Src/Dest IP address, protocols, and applications ports)

Frame Relay

UNI-U and UNI-N interfaces 1024 DLCIs

LMI: ANSI (Annex D), ITU (Annex A), and FRF Rev 1.0

Routing Protocols Static routing

RIP1, RIP2, OSPF, optional BGP-4 (I-BGP and E-BGP)

IP Fast Forwarding DHCP server, DHCP relay

IGMPv3, IGMP proxy, IGMP-PIM VRRP, GRE

Security and Management Classless IP addressing

NAT (1:1), NAPT (overloading, port translation)

Stateful Packet Inspection designed for ICSA compliance

Radius Authentication, Secure Shell (SSH) Router Command Line Interface (CLI) RFC-868 Time Sync and Local Time Zone capability

Syslog

Performance Monitoring

RMON-1: PPP and Frame Relay adapted

RMON-2: Protocol directory, network layer host, protocol distribution, application layer host, network layer matrix, application layer matrix

Ethernet Interface 10/100 Base T Connector: RJ-45 socket

Local Management

RS232C COMM Port (VT 100 emulation) Connector: RJ-48C socket

Remote Management

Telnet (in-band and out-of-band via SLIP) SNMPv3

Service Level Agreement Verification Frame Relay SLA FRF.13 compliant: Frame Delivery Ratio (FDR),

Data Delivery Ratio (DDR), Frame Transfer Delay, Service Availability

Physical

Dimensions: 1 RU, rack mountable

43.69 cm (17.2 in ) W, x 40.64 cm (16 in) D, x 4.45 cm (1.75 in) H

Weight: 5.45 kg (12 lbs.)

Power Requirements

Voltage: 100 VAC to 240 VAC, 50-60 Hz or -40 VDC to -72 VDC (both on the same platform)

Consumption: 30W maximum

Model Specific Features:

 

 

Model

5840T

Network Interface

 

Ports

Max. 8xT1 ANSI T1.403 ports

Line Rate

T1 (1.544 Mbps ± 50 bps)

Connector Type

100 ohm RJ-48C socket

Line Code

B8ZS

Framing

ESF

Output Level

0 db, -7.5 db, or -15 db LBO or DSX-1

Input Level

DSX -1 to -26 db

System Timing

T1 Network, internal, external T1 source

Regulatory

FCC Part 15, FCC Part 68, UL 1950

 

Third Edition, Industry Canada CS-03

 

VCCI Class 1 CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 950-95

Diagnostics

 

Loopback Tests

T1 network, T1 payload, fractional T1 payload,

 

loop-up/loop-down commands

Loopback Control

T1 set/reset codes, ESF FDL per

 

AT&T 54016 and ANSI T1.403 Annex B

Test Patterns

1:1, 1:2, 1:4, 1:7, 3:24, QRW, all 0s,

 

all 1s, two user-programmable 24-bit

 

patterns bit error injection

Network Alarms

Loss of signal, loss of frame, remote alarm

 

indication, alarm indication signal, CRC6, BPV,

 

OOF

Front-panel Status VFD and tri-color LED

Power/test, network line status, network

 

loopback, loopback acknowledge, IP address,

 

SW version level

Bantom test jacks

Non-intrusive monitor send/receive selectable

 

per T1 line

Environmental

 

Operating Temperature

0º - 50º C

Storage Temperature

-20º - 60º C

Relative Humidity

0 - 95% non-condensing

Maximum Altitude

4.6 Km (15,000 ft)

 

 

5840E

Max. 8xE1 G.703 ports E1 (2.048 Mbps ± 50 bps) 120 ohm RJ-48C socket HDB3

ITU-T G.704/CTR 12

ITU-T G.703/CTR 12 0 to 20 dB

E1 Network, internal, external E1 source

European harmonized standards 73/23 EEC, 91.31/EED, 89/336/EED, 93/68/EEC, and 91/263/EEC; UL 1950 3rd Ed.; CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 950-95; Comision Federal de Telecommunicaciones; CISPR 22 Level B (EN 55022)

E1 network, E1 payload, fractional E1 payload, loop-up/loop-down commands

E1 set/reset codes

1:1, 1:2, 1:4, 1:7, 3:24, QRW, all 0s, all 1s, two user-programmable 24-bit patterns bit error injection

Loss of signal, loss of frame, remote alarm indication, alarm indication signal, CRC4, CV, FE

Power/test, network line status, network loopback, loopback acknowledge, IP address, SW version level

Not applicable

0º - 50º C

-20º - 60º C

0 - 95% non-condensing

3.05 Km (10,000 ft)

Headquarters

Quick Eagle Networks (USA)

830 Maude Avenue

Mountain View, CA 94043

+1 650-962-8282 Phone

+1 650-962-7950 Fax

info@quickeagle.com

www.quickeagle.com

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The information presented herein may change without notice and should be used for informational purposes only. 5840 Multiport Router, 5842 Multiport Router, 5844 Multiport Router, and 4335 Access Router are trademarks of Quick Eagle Networks.