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Omnitron ICONV 10 100M2 10 100T TO 100F

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  • Omnitron Systems Technology
  • 41055366
  • 8903N-1
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$674.72 
  • Ethernet 100Base-FX, Ethernet 100Base-TX, Ethernet 10Base-T Cabling
  • Supports Ethernet, Fast Ethernet Networking
  • Data Transfer Speeds up to 100Mbps
The iConverter 10/100M2 conforms to the Ethernet in the First Mile (EFM) fiber standards to support Fiber-to-the-X Metropolitan and Enterprise LAN networks. The 10/100M2 provides intelligent, securely managed service demarcation at the customer premises, offering Layer 2 Control Protocol (L2CP) policy control, Quality of Service and enhanced bandwidth control (rate-limiting) capabilities. The 10/100M2 features built-in Operations, Administration and Maintenance (OAM) with comprehensive performance monitoring, fault detection and provisioning.

8903N-1 supports port access, enhanced bandwidth control, port MIB statistics and 2,048 byte frames.

The 10/100M2 features multiple, user-selectable link fault detection modes for quick fault detection and isolation. These modes operate independently of the network management and monitor the state of the cabling hardware.

Link-Segmentation (LS) is the normal (default) mode where the UTP and fiber ports establish their links to other connected devices independently of each other.

In Link-Propagation (LP) mode (also known as Link-Loss-Carry-Forward), a link-out from the UTP port is generated only when a link-in to the fiber port is present, and a link-out from the fiber port is generated only when a link-in to the UTP port is present. In LP mode, a cable or link fault is propagated in a domino fashion to downstream or upstream connected equipment, enabling rapid fault detection.

Asymmetrical Link Propagation (ALP) has two modes of operation: copper-to-fiber and fiber-to-copper. In the 'copper-to-fiber' mode, a fault on the UTP port will propagate across the fiber to attached link partner, but not to the UTP port of the link partner. A fault on the fiber will not propagate at all. In the 'fiber-to-copper' mode, a fault on the UTP port will not propagate through to the attached UTP device. In this mode the "domino" effect is limited.

In Remote-Fault-Detection (RFD)+LS mode, each port transmits a link signal only when receiving a link. As a result, link faults (no link received) are looped-back and can be reported to the network core.

In Remote Fault Detection + Link Propagate (RFD+LP) mode, link faults are propagated from the fiber to the UTP port and also looped-back to the fiber port. This mode provides rapid reporting of any cable faults to the network core.

Symmetrical-Fault-Detection (SFD) mode is similar to the RFD mode and provides a loop-back of a fiber link fault. When connecting two SFD configured converters back-to-back, this mode facilitates fiber or UTP fault notification to both ends of the network.
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