Omnitron iConverter 10/100M2 - Fiber media converter - Ethernet, Fast Ethernet - 10Base-T, 100Base-FX, 100Base-TX - RJ-45 / SFP (mini-GBIC)Item#: 9848850 | Model#: 8919N-0-A
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Omnitron iConverter 10/100M2 - fiber media Product Details
The 10/100M2 utilizes the iConverter Operations, Administration and Maintenance (OAM) management system to remotely monitor network status, configure hardware parameters, generate statistic reports and receive a variety of user-specified traps. The iConverter management system reduces operational expenditures by keeping "truck rolls" to a minimum through remote provisioning and instant trap notification capabilities.
The iConverter 10/100M2 supports Port Access, enhanced Bandwidth Control, Port MIB statistics, 2,048 byte frames and Layer 2 Control Protocol (L2CP) Policy Control.
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): The normal (default) mode where the UTP and fiber ports establish their links to other connected devices independently of each other.
Link-Propagation (LP): In this 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): 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.
Remote-Fault-Detection (RFD): In 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
Remote Fault Detection + Link Propagate (RFD+LP): In 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): 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.
Device Type: Fiber media converter
Form Factor: External
Connectivity Technology: Wired
Cabling Type: 10Base-T, 100Base-FX, 100Base-TX
Data Link Protocol: Ethernet, Fast Ethernet
Data Transfer Rate: 100 Mbps
Remote Management Protocol: SNMP, Telnet
Status Indicators: Link activity, link OK, status
Features: Full duplex capability, auto-negotiation, VLAN support, manageable, Quality of Service (QoS), Remote-Fault-Detection (RFD), Link-Propagation (LP), Link-Segmentation (LS)
Compliant Standards: IEEE 802.1D, IEEE 802.1Q, IEEE 802.1p, IEEE 802.1ad, IEEE 802.3ah
Expansion / Connectivity
Interfaces: 1 x RS-232 ( management ) - 6 pin mini-DIN female
Cables Included: 1 x serial cable
Compliant Standards: FCC Class B certified, UL
Dimensions & Weight
Width: 3.4 in
Depth: 4.7 in
Height: 1 in
Weight: 16.01 oz
Service & Support: Limited warranty - lifetime
Manufactured by: Omnitron Systems
Warranty provided by: Omnitron Systems
UPC No: 0800975029118
Mfg Part No: 8919N-0-A
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Shipping Weight: 1.6500 pound(s)
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