Raymar Vanguard 3410

Raymar Vanguard  3410 Router

3400A
  • Small footprint, modular Access Services Gateway (ASG) with a single daughter card slot supporting a variety of TDM, IP, and Serial Interfaces
  • Modular and flexible architecture allowing customers to run existing applications on today’s networks while, enabling seamless migration to IP carrier services without “ripping and replacing” non-IP applications or peripheral devices
  • High performance, cost- effective enterprise CPE solution for leased line, broadband, IP VPN, MPLS, Serial, or Frame Relay transport networks
  • Extensive support of transactional applications using protocols like BISYNC and SNA for various serial transaction devices (ATMs, bank controllers, POS devices, etc.)
  • Integrated Firewall and SSH support for network security standards compliance
  • Robust QoS and bandwidth management capabilities enable traffic prioritization for critical applications

Features Benefits
Advanced modular architecture delivers enhanced, integrated data and security access services The 3410 platform with its modular, flexible chassis supports a full portfolio of WAN and data daughter cards thus enhancing investment protection and provides maximum configuration flexibility for future growth.
Robust Routing Capabilities BGP4 and Multicast capabilities, along with multiple managed, routable Ethernet ports for WAN access. Remote management capabilities allow deployment of simplified managed services for remote branch locations.
Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) Supports advanced IP and MPLS VPNs, BGP, IPSec, and hardware-based encryption, for reliable and secure connectivity between larger office sites, intra-company remote branch sites, and business partners, thus enabling a true e-business environment.
Two 10/100 BaseT Routable Ethernet Ports Enables migration to high-speed LANs and new broadband services such as DSL or cable.
VLAN Configuration Reduce management complexity of enterprise LAN networks while enabling differentiated IP services. The Vanguard routers will prioritize LAN traffic flows and direct them between appropriately, thus ensuring data integrity and satisfactory throughput.
Advanced, embedded security functions Stateful packet inspection firewall and multiple encryption options ensure the highest levels of security without sacrificing throughput performance.
Firewall Protects sensitive internal data while allowing bi-directional access to trusted sources
Hardware-based Encryption Ideal for highly secure applications requiring excellent real-time performance
Network Authentication Allows greater use of secure extranets for business-to-business enterprise network transactions
User Authentication End user access authentication acts as gatekeeper to keep out unauthorized users
Application Protocol Conversion Enables support of existing serial transactional applications in an IP network protecting existing investment in serial applications and devices
Standards-based design for security and packet transport Ensures interoperability in multi-vendor environments. With Vanguard Networks, customers can choose best-of-breed devices offering numerous benefits over monolithic, proprietary solutions provided by a single vendor.
Advanced Quality of Service/Traffic Management Granular class definition and multiple enforcement mechanisms provide efficient bandwidth utilization and low latency for high priority traffic.
Multi-link capability Allows for dynamic load balancing across multiple WAN connections
Multiple Configuration Management and Monitoring Features Enables easy and quick configuration along with custom image build, and software image load, all contributing to reduced deployment time and costs Management via SNMP for standard-based management access. Alternate access via Telnet and Console Port for added visibility into configuration, monitoring, and diagnostics information.

Hardware Features
Base Unit
Space saving desktop base unit with one expansion slot for a daughter card and 2 internal option slots
1 CTP Management Port (up to 115.2 kbps)
1 RS-232 High Speed Serial Port
2 Auto-sensing 10/100BaseT Ethernet Ports
MPC8270 PowerPC Processor
64 MB SDRAM
16MB of non-volatile lash
High MTBF universal external power supply
No cooling fan or other moving parts
Optional Interfaces & cards
56K DSU WAN Daughter Card Module
Fractional T1/E1 and T1/E1 WAN Daughter Card Module
3DES/AES Encryption card
Physical Dimensions
Height: 2.6 in (6.6 cm)
Width: 8.4 in. (21.3 cm)
Depth: 12.3 in (31.2 cm)
Weight: 7.4 lb (3.36kg) unloaded, 8 lb (3.63kg) fully loaded
Power Requirements
100-240V AC, 60/50 Hz, 1.1-0.6 Amps, 30 watts external
Environmental
Operating Temperature: 32 ° to 104 °F (0 ° to 40 °C)
Storage Temperature: -40 to 158 °F (-40 °to 70 °C)
Relative Humidity: 5% to 90%, non-condensing
Regulatory Compliance
Safety Certifications: UL1950 3rd Edition, CUL/CSA No.950-95 3rd Edition, IEC 950 2nd Edition Amendment 1, 2, 3, & 4 (CB Scheme), EN60950 Amendment 1, 2 & 3
EMC Certifications: FCC Part 15 Class A, Canadian IC Class A, CISPR 22 Class
A, EN55022: 1997 Class A, EN50082-1 (EN55024)
Telecom Certifications: FCC Part 68, Industry Canada CS-03, CTR-2, CTR-4, CTR-12, CTR-13, Country Specific (contact your local sales representative)
Software Features
Routing and Switching
IPv4, RIP1/RIP2, OSPF, BGP4, DVMRP, PIM-SM (IP Multicast)
BGP Communities (RFC 1997 & 1998)
Policy Based Routing
BGP Multi-path
Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR)
Network Address Translation (NAT)
Port Address Translation (PAT)
Real-Time Transport Protocol (RTP)
Header Compression (RFC 2508)
Multiple IP Addresses per Physical Interface
DHCP Client, DHCP Server
IPX/Novell IPX WAN, AppleTalk
Transparent Bridging (Spanning Tree IEEE 802.1d), SLIP, SoTCP
VLAN 802.1Q & 802.1P
Inter-VLAN routing (802.1Q)
High Availability
Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP)
OnNet Proxy (Router Standby Protocol)
ICMP Router Discovery (RFC 1256)
Multi-Link PPP (MLPPP)
PPPoE (RFC 2516)
PPPoA (RFC 1483)
Advanced QoS
IP Type of Service (IP TOS)
Differentiated Services (DiffServ)
Bandwidth on Demand (BOD)
Dial on Demand (DOD)
Link Backup (V.25bis and ISDN)
Priority Queuing, Class Based Queuing (CBQ), Weighted Fair Queuing (WFQ), Weighted Random Early Discard (WRED)
Packet Classification
Policy Based Routing
Generic Traffic Shaping (GTS)
Frame Relay Traffic Shaping (FRTS)
MLPP Link Fragmentation and inter-leaving Segmentation (RFC 1990 & 2686), FRF.12
Security
SPI Firewall
User Authentication: RADIUS, PAP/CHAP
VPNs: IPSec (IP trafic), GRE (non-IP trafic)
IPSec Authentication Header (AH) and IPSec Encapsulating Security Payload (ESP)
IPSec Encryption: IPSec DES (56 bit), 3DES (128 bit) and 3DES (168 bit)
Advanced Encryption Standard (AES): 128, 192, and 256 bit key length
Device Authentication and Key Management: Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) and X.509v3 Digital Certificates
Dead Peer Detection
Message Authentication through Complex Hashing Algorithms (MD5/SHA-1)
Dynamic IP Address (Dynamic VPN Tunnels)
Protocol Support and Conversion Features
Transparent COP (TCOP)
Transparent BOP (TBOP)
ATPAD (Port 3 and 4 only), SLIP
X.42 Lottery Protocol
Transparent Polled Async (TPA)
SNA/SDLC for Serial Connections
BSC 2780, 3780, 3270 (HPAD, TPAD)
QLLC X.25 (IBM NPSI)
AS/400 5494 Communication Server
TN 3270 Remote Server
Conversion SDLC to RFC 1490 Frame Relay
Conversion of BSC 3270/3780 to SNA
Conversion of BSC 3270 to TCP/IP Client or Server
System Management
SNMP v1, v3
Telnet
TFTP
CLI
Embedded Web HTTPD
SSH2 Server
OS Image Management
Configuration Management
Product Code Description WAN Modules User Data Modules User Voice Modules Internal Modules
1600-00001 T1, Channelized T1/FT1 WAN Data Daughter Card X
1600-00120 E1, Channelized E1/FE1 WAN 120 Ohm Data Daughter Card X
1600-00075 E1, Channelized E1/FE1 WAN 75 Ohm Data Daughter Card X
68472 56K DSU WAN Daughter Card. X
1500-10003 Encryption Acceleration Card X

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