IP-9600 Sync/Async Router
Industrial rated -40 to +70 C
Two Ethernet ports: 10BaseT, 10/100BaseT
Four serial RS232 ports, all async, or 2 of 4 sync
Internal or external sync clock
Can be ordered with 1 balanced RS530/V35 port
Each port is independent for routing, filtering
Easy to setup and maintain
Web browser configuration and management
Multiple configuration files
Extensive statistics logging and diagnostic tools
NAT, port forwarding, port/address filtering
Extensive firewall and security features
Authentication with PAP, CHAP, MSCHAP(1&2)
Dedicated PPP or Frame Relay link, dial-out, dial-in,
or dial-on-demand combinations
Link LAN to LAN or remote computer dial-in
DHCP server or client
Compact size, Stand-alone or Rack Mounting
APS-01 power control accessory is available
120, 220 VAC, 12, 24, 48 and 125 VDC options
The IP-9600 is an industrial rated
router with 4 serial ports and 2 Ethernet LAN
ports. All 4 serial port can be async. One or
two of the ports can be sync with external
clocking on both ports, internal clocking on one
port. The IP-9600 may be used for connections
needing up to T1 speeds.
The 4 RS232 serial ports operate at
async speeds from 300 bps to 230 Kbps. One
sync port is RS232 up to 1 Mbps, the other,
when ordered as RS530, can be clocked up to
1.544 mbps. Serial ports may be used to link
two separate remote sites with leased or dial
connections, one port used for an ISP
connection, another for dial-in, each used for
combined dial-in and dial-on-demand dial-out,
or other combinations.
The two ethernet LAN connections (one
10BaseT, the other auto-switching at 10 or
100BaseT) may be configured on different LAN
segments for DMZ routing, firewalling and
port/address filtering, or used as a DSL or Cable
Translation (NAT).
The IP-9600 works well with DSL,
cable or dial modems, leased line modems,
CDPD or GSM modems, wireless links, satellite
modems, the DCB DA-56 DSU, or even simple
line drivers.
Flexibility is the key. Routing may be
between any combination of interfaces with fullfeatured port or address filtering, port
forwarding, and NAT. The same port may even
be configured for dial-out/dial-on-demand while
accepting dial-in calls from portable computer
users. It’s easily configured for “stay-online”
dial connections.
Configuration is quick and easy using a
web browser.
The router uses 3 different
configurations… a stored configuration, a
working (running) configuration, and a pending
configuration. This method allows temporary
configuration changes, testing, and remote
configuration changes even via a PPP link on
the router. Configurations may be saved on a
PC for later use, and the config file is editable
on a PC.
The IP-9600 is straight-forward, easy
to configure and maintain. The IP-9600 has the
features you want without the complexity.
IP-9600 Sync/Async Router
Four RS-232 serial ports, all 4 async, up to 2 sync:
RJ45 RS232 (per TIA/EIA 561) connectors
Speeds to 230 Kbps
RS530 balanced port option – 1 port only
Balanced port speeds to T1 rates (1.544 Mbps)
Rear View
Two Ethernet ports:
One 10/100BaseT
One 10BaseT
Protocol Features
PPP, IP, DHCP (Server & Client), UDP, ICMP,
Authentication: PAP, CHAP, MSCHAP (V1 and V2)
Dial-On-Demand, inbound and outbound PPP
Synchronous PPP or Frame Relay
Auto-Disconnect timers
Network Address Translation (NAT), port filtering, port
forwarding, address filtering
Web browser configuration and management
Default IP address:
Above picture shows 48 VDC connector
Indicators (front panel)
Front - Power, Status, port activity
Rear – LAN connection (2), LAN activity (2)
DIP switch:
Setup (initial setup using serial terminal)
Power requirements: 12VDC, 600 ma standard
12, 24, 48, 125 VDC and 240 VAC options are available
Supplied with 120 VAC external power supply
5 ¼”x 5 ½”x 1 ¾”
One pound
Operational Temperature: -40° to +70° C
Storage Temperature: -50 to +75 C
Humidity: <95% Non-condensing
Data Comm for Business, Inc.
2949 CR 1000 E
Dewey, IL 61840
Voice 8004DCBNET
Email info@dcbnet.com
Web http://www.dcbnet.com
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