Black Box 1000 Series Network Router User Manual

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Nortel Secure Router, 1000 Series
Connect small or mid-sized networks
over T1/E1 lines.
FEATURES
• Ideal for Internet access over T1/E1
enterprise networks, LAN access to
branch offices, and ISPs.
• Connect 10- or 100-Mbps Ethernet
networks to up to four T1 or E1 lines.
• Multilink bonding multiplexes up to
four lines into one integrated circuit.
• Offer wire-speed performance, even
with small packets and all network
services enabled.
• Include extensive Quality of Service
(QoS) features.
Use 1- and 4-port routers to
access a WAN from main and
branch offices.
Main office
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OVERVIEW
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1000 Series Nortel Secure Routers are ideal for T1/E1
Internet access to enterprise networks, for use by ISPs, and
for WAN connections to remote offices— in short, anywhere
you need secure, reliable, end-to-end LAN/WAN connectivity.
These powerful routers deliver the highest throughput
at wire speed of any comparable router, making them
particularly well suited for secure, converged solutions,
including VoIP, private line WAN connectivity, video, IPsec
VPN, data backup, and recovery applications.
Scalable
One, two, or four ports
Top performance
The 1001 models are ideal for use in companies that want
to connect branch offices and remote sites to a single-line
T1/E1 service, and for a direct Internet connection. The 1001
models feature a single T1/E1 port and a 266-MHz processor
for high-value at an economical price.
Choose the 1002 or 1004 models for high-performance
WAN access for enterprise branch offices and remote sites.
These routers provide two or four T1/E1 ports and highperformance 300-MHz processors.
Each router also includes an integrated CSU/DSU and two
10-/100-Mbps Ethernet ports for fast connections to your LAN.
A fast-path forwarding engine maintains wire-speed
throughput with low latency. Advanced Layer 2 switching
and Layer 3 routing keep packets moving.
QoS optimizes bandwidth for data, voice, and video
traffic so vital applications get priority and you get flawless
multimedia without interfering with data applications.
Comprehensive IP routing protocols provide high performance even with QoS enabled.
The routers have excellent latency and jitter characteristics.
High-availability features such as BGP-4, VRRP, and NxT1/E1
bundling maximizes network uptime.
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When you need more bandwidth, Secure Routers bridge
the gap by maximizing bandwidth across multiple circuits to
lower operational costs.
1000 Series Secure Routers can scale from fractional T1/E1
to wire-speed T1/E1 bandwidth. Integrated multilink
capabilities enable you to bond up to four T1/E1 channels
into a single logical circuit to create one connection with
over 6 Mbps of bandwidth.
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Tight security
Highly manageable
Secure routers include the features you need to protect
your data from unauthorized access or corruption.
Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) provide secure
communications for your offices over public infrastructures
such as the Internet.
Network Address Translation (NAT) enables the router
to “hide” the IP addresses on your private network from the
Internet.
The integral stateful-inspection firewall includes 25-zone
support, policy-based NAT/PAT, and 30+ ALG support including
H.322. and SIP. It also offers policy-based protection against
denial of service attacks.
Secure routers are manageable through the console or
AUX port. Setup is easy with a menu-based GUI tool. For more
advanced users, Command Line Interface (CLI) scripting tools
provide even more router control.
Full SNMP management enables you to easily integrate the
routers into your managed network and manage them using
any standard SNMP management software package.
Technically Speaking
If you require reliable network connections between
remote sites, T1 or E1 can fit the bill.
Both T1 and E1 are foundations of global communications.
Developed more than 35 years ago and commercially available
since 1983, T1 and E1 go virtually anywhere phone lines go,
but they’re much faster. T1, used primarily in the U.S., sends
data up to 1.544 Mbps; E1, used primarily in Europe, supports
speeds to 2.048 Mbps. No matter where you need to
connect— North, South, or Central America, Europe, or the
Pacific Rim— T1 and E1 can get your data there fast!
T1 and E1 are versatile, too. Drive a private, point-to-point
line; provide corporate access to the Internet; enable inbound
access to your Web Server— even support a multimedia WAN
that extends halfway around the world! T1 and E1 are
typically used for:
• Accessing public Frame Relay networks or Public Switched
Telephone Networks (PSTNs) for voice or fax.
• Merging voice and data traffic. A single T1 or E1 line can
support voice and data simultaneously.
• Making super-fast LAN connections. Today’s faster Ethernet
speeds require the very high throughput provided by one or
more T1 or E1 lines.
• Sending bandwidth-intensive data such as CAD/CAM, MRI,
CAT-scan images, and other large files.
Scaling T1
Basic T1 service supplies a bandwidth of 1.536 Mbps.
However, many of today’s applications demand much more
bandwidth. Or perhaps you only need a portion of the
1.536 Mbps that T1 supplies. One of T1’s best features is that it
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can be scaled up or down to provide just the right amount of
bandwidth for any application.
A T1 channel consists of 24 64-kbps DS0 (Digital Signal
[Zero]) subchannels that combine to provide 1.536 Mbps
throughput. Because they enable you to combine T1 lines or
to use only part of a T1, DS0s make T1 a very flexible
standard.
If you don’t need 1.536 Mbps, your T1 service provider can
rent you a portion of a T1 line, called Fractional T1. For
instance, you can contract for half a T1 line —768 kbps — and
get the use of DS0s 1–12. The service provider is then free to
sell DS0s 13–24 to another customer.
If you require more than 1.536 Mbps, two or more T1 lines
can be combined to provide very-high-speed throughput. The
next step up from T1 is T1C; it offers two T1 lines multiplexed
together for a total throughput of 3.152 on 48 DS0s. Or
consider T2 and get 6.312 Mbps over 96 DS0s by multiplexing
four T1 lines together to form one high-speed connection.
Moving up the scale of high-speed T1 services is T3. T3 is
28 T1 lines multiplexed together for a blazing throughput of
44.736 Mbps, consisting of 672 DS0s, each of which supports
64 kbps.
T4 consists of 4032 64-kbps DS0 subchannels for a
whopping 274.176 Mbps of bandwidth— that’s 168 times the
size of a single T1 line!
These various levels of T1 service can by implemented
simultaneously within a large enterprise network. T1’s cousin,
E1, can also have multiple lines merged to provide greater
throughput.
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TECH SPECS
CPU — 1001 models: 266 MHz;
1002 and 1004 models: 300 MHz
Diagnostics — BERT, loopback, trace route
Firewall — Stateful packet inspection (SPI), 25-zone support, NAT, DDoS,
ALG, IPSec, L2TP, PPTP
Management — CLI®, SNMP, Syslog, Telnet™ SSHV2, FTP/TFTP, SNMPv1,
RADIUS, TACACS+, TCL Scripting, BERT, trace route, loopback tests
Memory — 1001 models: 128 MB DRAM, 16 MB flash;
1002 models: 256 MB DRAM, 16 MB flash;
1004 models: 256 MB DRAM, 32 MB flash
Performance — With services enabled:
1001 models: 1 x T1/E1 wire speed;
1002 models: 2 x T1/E1 wire speed;
1004 models: 4 x T1/E1 wire speed
Protocols Supported — Layer 2: VLAN-802.1Q
tagging and forwarding, double tagging for VLAN domain, IP MU:
transparent Layer 2 packet forwarding;
Layer 3: Routing: static routing, RIP, OSPF, BG-4, ECMP; High-availability:
VRRP, redundant router connections; ACL, NAT, GRE tunneling,
IP-IP for GRE;
WAN: PPP, MLPPP, MFR, HDLC, BCP
QoS — RED, WRED, DiffServ, bandwidth guarantee/sharing, flow
monitoring, traffic policing;
Eight-level priority class based queuing (per IP address/subnets, ports,
DSCP, and ToS bits, VLAN ID, VLAN Priority);
Frame Relay traffic shaping and policing
VPN Acceleration — 1001 models: Software based;
1002 and 1004 models: Onboard hardware
CE Approval — Yes
Connectors —
1001 models: (1) RJ-48C (T1 or E1), (2) RJ-45 (10/100 Ethernet), (1) DB9
(auxiliary), (1) RJ-45 (console);
1002 models: (2) RJ-48C (T1 or E1), (2) RJ-45 (10/100 Ethernet), (1) DB9
(auxiliary), (1) RJ-45 (console);
1004 models: (4) RJ-48C (T1 or E1), (2) RJ-45 (10/100 Ethernet), (1) DB9
(auxiliary), (1) RJ-45 (console)
Power — 115 VAC, 60 Hz, external
Size — 1.3"H x 8.6"W x 6.5"D (3.3 x 21.8 x 16.5 cm)
Weight — 1.5 lb. (0.7 kg)
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Code
Nortel Secure 1001 Router
1-Port
SR2101001E5
with VPN
SR2101002E5
Nortel Secure 1002 Router
2-Port
SR2101008E5
with VPN
SR2101012E5
Nortel Secure 1004 Router
4-Port
SR2101018E5
with VPN
SR2101026E5
Remember to order cables…
GigaBase® 350 CAT5e, Bulk Cable, PVC, Blue,
1100-ft. (335.2-m)
EYN851A-PB-1100
(For other lengths or plenum cable,
call our FREE Tech Support.)
GigaBase 350 CAT5e, 350-MHz Patch Cable, 4-Pair,
Straight-Pinned, PVC, Beige, Custom Lengths
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