Zoom ADSL X6v
Complete networking solution for ADSL
users integrates
data, voice and
video
Integrated device
with built-in firewall
simplifies setup and
provides easy-to-use
Quality of Service
for VoIP, gaming
systems, video, and
other applications.
Easy setup with
Zoom's Installation
Wizard includes auto
configuration of
ADSL settings.
Two high-performance antennas for
superior wireless
range.
Zoom's TelePort
feature allows
normal phones to
place and receive
calls over the
Internet and also
connect to any
phone on the Public
Switched
Telephone Network.
VoIP-to-PSTN and
PSTN-to-VoIP call
bridging and robust
emergency dialing
when connected to a
conventional phone
line.
Supports automatic
provisioning by VoIP
service providers.
Enhanced Impulse
Noise Protection for
superior video
performance
ADSL 2/2+ and
Annex M support
ADSL 2/2+ Modem/
Wireless Router/
Firewall/4-port Switch
plus VoIP Adapter
Model 5697
The Zoom X6v integrates a full-rate ADSL 2/2+ modem, router, 802.11 wireless access point,
VoIP telephone adapter, firewall, and four-port 10/100 Ethernet switch into a single costeffective product. The integration of networking devices, along with Zoom's FastLane Quality of
Service and Installation Wizard simplify setup, maximize dependability, and provide superior
voice communications and video delivery over the Internet.
The X6v provides both an FXO and an FXS phone port and allow calls to be bridged between
the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) and Voice over IP. The FXO port includes the
TelePort, an intelligent relay that allows a single phone to place and receive both VoIP calls and
calls over the PSTN. The TelePort feature also provides reliable emergency calling and calling
during power failures. VoIP service providers can use TelePort as part of an emergency-dialing
compliance system that does not require a third-party service and payment of monthly fees.
The X6v makes it easy to provide multiple levels of guaranteed upstream bandwidth for prioritized devices. One or more ports on the X6v, including the LAN ports, the wireless interface or
the integrated VoIP adapter, may be designated as the source for prioritized traffic. A gaming
adapter or another Ethernet connected device plugged into those ports is provided with the
guaranteed upstream bandwidth selected by the user. Per-port PVC (Private Virtual Channel) is
supported with multiple channels and downstream ATM QoS to allow delivery of multimedia
services by Internet Service Providers. Enhanced Impulse Noise Protection provides superior
video.
The VoIP telephone adapter can be configured remotely using a HTTP download from the
service provider and updates to the Analog Telephone Adapter firmware can be automatically
delivered. TR-069 is supported for remote management of the DSL connection and LAN features.
Local configuration of the X6v is done with a browser-based graphical user interface. An
Installation Wizard and auto configuration make setup of the ADSL network settings easy.
Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) provides easy Local Area Networking configuration and
operation under Windows.
The X6v is backed by a two year warranty from Zoom and over 30 years of experience in the
design and support of communications products.
Specifications
ADSL Compliance
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ATM Protocols
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Bridge Mode
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Compliant with ADSL standards:
- Full-rate ANSI T1.413 Issue 2, ITU G.dmt (G.992.1) standards
Compliant with ADSL 2 standards:
- G.dmt.bis (ITU G.992.3)
Compliant with ADSL 2+ standards:
- G.992.5
- ADSL2 + Annex L (Reach extended ADSL)
- ADSL2+M (G.992.5 Annex M)
DMT modulation and demodulation
Full-rate adaptive modem
- Maximum downstream rate of 8 Mbps (ADSL), or 24 Mbps (ADSL 2+)
- Maximum upstream rate of 896 Kbps (ADSL), or 1024 Kbps (ADSL 2+), or 3.5Mbps
(ADSL 2+M)
Interoperable with all major DSLAM manufacturers
WAN mode support: PPP over ATM (RFC 2364) and PPP over Ethernet (RFC 2516)
LAN mode support: Bridged/Routed IP over ATM (RFC 1483) and
Classical IP over ATM (RFC 1577)
ATM Forum UNI 3.1/4.0 PVC
Up to eight virtual circuits
ATM segmentation and re-assembly
ATM AAL5 (adaption layer type 5)
OAM F4/F5
Ethernet to ADSL self learning - Transparent Bridging (IEEE 802.1D)
Supports up to 128 MAC learning addresses
RFC2684/1483 bridged PDU encapsulation
Specifications (continued)
Security (router)
Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI) ■ User authentication for
PPP ■ PAP ■ CHAP ■ Password protected system management ■ VPN passthrough: PPTP, L2TP, IPsec tunnel
■ Advanced Firewall Ports Filtering ■ Black Lists ■ Attack
Protection ■ Denial of Service Protection ■ Port Scan
Detection and Prevention ■ MAC Filtering for both Wired
and Wireless Connections
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IPv4 - (RFC 791) ■ TCP - (RFC 793) ■ UDP - (RC768)
CMP - (RFC 792) ■ RARP - (RFC 903) ■ ARP - (RFC
826) ■ DNS - Domain Name Server ■ DHCP Client (RFC 2131) ■ NTP - (RFC 1305) ■ SNTP - (RFC 2030)
■ STUN - (RFC 3789) ■ HTTP Voice Codecs
Voice Codex
Support
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Telephony
■ Q.24 DTMF generation and detection ■ Configurable
tone frequency and on/off cadence generation
■ Caller ID Generation and Detection (Type I and II)
■ 3-way conference calling with local mixing
■ Message waiting indicator light ■ G.711 Fax Passthrough ■ CLASS feature support ■ G.165 ■ G.168
compliant line echo cancellation ■ Nonlinear echo
cancellation ■ Double talk detection
Quality of Service
Support
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VoIP Management
Password protected/Provisioning/Configuration/
Authentication ■ Web based administration ■ ARC4
Encryption for TFTP Configuration Profiles
■ Authentication (Digest using MD5)
Warranty
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Two years limited warranty
Size
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7.5 x 6.75 x1.25 inches, 19 x 17 x 3.2cm
Regulatory
CE, FCC, Part 15B, ISC, FCC Part 68, Industry
Canada, CSA (Northern American Safety Approvals)
IEEE 802.3 compliant ■ Four 10/100 Mbps auto-sensing
RJ-45 ports
Ethernet
Interface
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Management
TR-069 compatible ■ Password protected access ■ Auto
configuration ■ Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) ■ SNMP
Version 1 and 2 ■ Remote and local command line
or HTTP interface configuration ■ Software upgradeable
firmware and device configuration through HTTP interface
■ Loads setup from a file for easy input of a configuration
by a service provider ■ ATM traffic management functions
support UBR, CBR, rt-VBR, nrt-VBR in accordance with ATM
forum TM 4.1
Wireless 802.11
Network
Protocols
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Compliant with IEEE 802.11g and 802.11b standards
Wireless Distribution System (WDS) ■ Wireless
Multimedia Extension (WME) ■ 2.4 GHz-2 484 GHz
frequency range ■ Up to 54 Mbps wireless data rate
■ Zoom 125 Speed Booster for up to 125 Mbps effective
rate* ■ 64/128 bit wired Equivalency Protection (WEP)
with Pass Phrase ■ WiFi Protected Access (WPA2, WPA)
with Pass Phrase ■ 802.1X Authentication ■ UMA Support
(Unlicensed Mobile Access)
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Wireless Interface
Two antennas, one internal, and one 4dB omni-swivel
external
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Status
Indicators
Nine front panel indicators: • Wired LAN connection
Wireless connection • ADSL link • Internet activity • Power
Ready • Telco • Phone • Message ■ Eight rear panel
indicators report port speed, activity, and link for each
Ethernet port
Analog
Telephone Ports
One FXS type Loop-start interface with RJ-11 ■ One FXO
analog interface with Teleport and RJ-11 ■ REN (Ringer
Equivalence Number5) ■ Programmable Ring Patterns
Power Fail Over ■ Auto switch to PSTN for emergency
calling using 911 and other programmed three digit
codes ■ VoIP to PSTN call bridging ■ PSTN to VoIP call
bridging with ANI security
Voice over IP
(VoIP)
Approvals
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G.711 - Pulse Code Modulation ■ iLBC (Internet Low
Bitrate Codec) ■ G.729
Layer 2 Class-of-Service (CoS) Tagging (802.1P)
Layer 2 Support (802.1Q VLAN) ■ Layer 3 Type-of Service (ToS) Tagging (RFC 791/1349/2474)
■ Layer 3 DIFFServ (RFC 2475)
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RoHS compliant
RoHS
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2002 / 95 / EC
* The 802.11g Wi-Fi standard transmits at a maximum of 54 Mbps. Higher effective speeds can
be achieved by using compression algorithms and techniques like packet aggregation and frame
bursting. The maximum speed obtained by the Model 5695CF depends on the type of data being
sent and the actual data rate of an 802.11 connection.
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SIPv2 - Session Initiation Protocol (RFC 3261,3262, 3263,
3264) ■ SDP - Session Description Protocol (RFC 4566),
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RTP- Real Time Protocol (RFC 1889,1890) ■ RTCP - RealTime Control Protocol (RFC 1889) ■ X-NSE - Tone Events for
SIP/RTP (RFC 2833) ■ AVT - Tone Events for SIP/RTP (RFC
2833) ■ Power-on Auto Registration ■ Re-registration with
SIP Proxy Server ■ SIP over UDP with ANI security
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International
Headquarters
Zoom Telephonics, Inc.
207 South Street
Boston, MA 02111 USA
Tel: 617 423-1072
Fax: 617 423-3923
European Sales/Support
Zoom Technologies, Inc.
Centaur House
Ancells Business Park
Ancells Road
Fleet, Hants
GU51 2UJ UK
Tel: +44 (0) 1252 761218
Fax +44 (0) 1252 761630
System
Requirements
A computer with an Ethernet port, or 802.11 b/g,
wireless capability and any operating system that supports
TCP/IP (Windows, Mac, Linux or other)
Package
Contents
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ADSL modem with wireless-G router and VoIP Adapter
Ethernet cable
Phone cable
CD ROM
User manual
Power Adapter
• Filters and phone adapters:
Filters and/or phone adapters may be included in some markets. Please
check the package for specifics or ask your dealer. An ADSL filter allows a
telephone, facsimile machine, or other telephone instrument to be used even
when you are online with your ADSL modem.
Ventas América Latina
Zoom Technologies Inc.
10237 Clubhouse Turn Rd.
Wellington, FL, 33449,
USA
Tel. 1-561-357-9339
Fax 1-561-357-9660
www.zoom.com
email: sales@zoom.com
Nasdaq: ZOOM
Made in U.S.A.
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