The ZyXEL IES-5112 Series is equipped with non-blocking Gigabit backplane, failover-enabled Management Switch Cards (MSC), dual input power modules and various high-port density, multi-purpose line cards. With comprehensive IP-centric firmware features, the IES-5112 Series is a high-capacity system that facilitates telcos/ISPs to deliver high-quality residential or business services at competitive CAPEX/OPEX as well as to satisfy their need for reliability, flexibility and scalability for the current and future infrastructure.
Easy & reused logistics
The IES-5112 Series is an 8U-height, 12-slot chassis-based multi-service access node and the IES-5106 Series is a 5U-height, 6-slot chassis-based multi-service access node capable of adopting the same line cards as those for the IES-6000 systems. The MSC1024GB Management Switch Card with four 1G uplinks is designed to plug into slot 6 and/or slot 7 in IES-5112M and slot 6 in IES-5106M.
The MSC1224GB Management Switch Card comes with two 10G and four 1G Ethernet uplinks to support even higher bandwidth requirements. Both MSC1024GB and MSC1224GB are IPv6 capable. The supported line cards include 48-port and 72-port ADSL2+ line cards that provide subscribers with asymmetric transmission bandwidths of up to 25 Mbps/2.4 Mbps, the 48-port SHDSL line card with symmetric transmission bandwidth of 5.69 Mbps per port, the 24-port and 48-port VDSL2 line cards that offer up to profile 30a (100/100 Mbps) high-speed connectivity per port over copper wires, the 72-port and 48-port VoIP line cards that support either H.248 or SIP protocol, along with the 20-port fiber-based Gigabit Ethernet line card that supports 1000 Mbps transmission speed per port and 8-port E1 IMA card.
Advanced Triple Play and mass deployment functionality
The IES-5112 Series inherits all the Layer 2 and Layer 3 QoS, security and multicast functionalities from the IES-6000, while the following new features are added to satisfy the requirements for massive field deployments: (1) IP bridge functionality that alleviates the Layer 2 access network deployment restrictions resulted from MAC address table limitation and security attack issues; (2) ARP Proxy which minimizes the ARP broadcast requests to all subscribers; (3) TACACS+ mechanism to support remote authentication with TACACS+ servers; (4) VLAN-aware DHCP snooping which adds VLAN information into DHCP snooping tables; (5) DHCP option 82 sub-option 2 for providing remote client ID information to DHCP servers for flexible IP address assignment. (6) Cluster management feature that is able to reduce the OPEX of multiple MSAN maintenance.