The VCL-SafeComm, 16 E1, 1+1 Automatic Protection Switching
equipment is available in a 2U high chassis, which may be mounted in
any DIN standard,19-Inch rack.
This product allows the user to design 1+1 (protected) redundant E1
routes on similar (fiber-fiber), or complementing (fiber-radio)
The criterion for switching between the primary (main) and the
secondary (protected / standby) routes is user programmable.
Criterion for switching between the primary (main) and the secondary
(protected / standby) routes may be Loss-Of-Signal on E1 links, or
AIS (All-Ones AIS alarm) condition. The criterion for switching time
and recovery time between the primary (main) and the secondary
(protected / standby) routes is user programmable.
Data transported on the E1 Links is
transparent and protocol independent.
Download Data Sheet of SafeComm,
16 E1 Links (48 E1 Ports) (PDF)
Providing 1+1 alternate paths between
any two Transmission mediums (active+standby). e.g:
Features & Highlights
High density protection switching equipment (upto 16 E1 Links;
i.e. 48 E1 Ports)
To provide an independent point-to-point, protected E1 Llink
between two “E1 USER PORTS” on similar (example fiber-fiber), or
dissimilar (fiber-radio) mediums
To provide 1+1 E1 redundancy
Remote system configuration and management interface through "CLI"
text based commands using Telnet and GUI (Graphical User
Provide 1+1 Protection Routing / Path between BSC and BTS
These ensure that mission critical voice, data, control and
management traffic are properly supported and maintained even
during E1 backhaul facility outages. When the primary (working)
link fails, the E1 traffic is automatically switched to the
standby (secondary) link to ensure maximum uptime
Through the comprehensive remote configuration and alarm
management capabilities of the VCL-SafeComm, 16 E1, 1+1 Automatic
Protection Switching Equipment the product may be used to improve
network reliability and control
Alternate Facility Advantages
Service Differentiation Agreements
Increased Network Reliability Resilience
Media and Path Diversity
Alarm logging and monitoring.
and Password Features
System Access, Control and Management Options
CLI Control Interface
(HyperTerminal or VT100)
SNMP V2 Traps (MIB File
Windows based GUI
(Graphical User Interface) for easy configuration, management and
access. Ability to monitor multiple units from a single NMS.
Operation and Management Ports
RS232 Serial Port
USB COM Port
10/100BaseT Ethernet for
Security and Protection
Secured Access via SSH V2
Password Protection in compliance with the mandatory clauses of the
GR-815-CORE-2 specifications for secured access control.
Logging: Maintains a log
of all successful and un-successful attempts.
includes the ID and the IP address of the accessing entities.
Alerts the administrator
if the un-successful logging attempts exceed three.
Security Audit: All access
logs for up to 30 days are maintained for security audit purposes.
Security log entry of any
request or activity including that user-ID (including IP address, if
applicable), to establish user accountability
Report Generation / Audit
Management and Monitoring
RS232 serial, USB serial
interfaces for local terminal access.
Interface for remote access over an IP network.
Telnet – Remote access
over IP links.
SSH – Secured remote
access using Secure Shell Protocol over IP links.
SNMP Traps and NMS for
real time remote monitoring and management over an IP network.
Automatic Link Test
feature link testing at user programmable periodical intervals.
Visual I/O status LED