5port FE VDSL2 Router with wifi

5port FE VDSL2 Router with wifi

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The BD-VDSL-V75 is 5-port FE VDSL router with wifi and USB.

The VDSL Router is a versatile, high-speed remote router for home and the small office.


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    1    Product Descriptions

    The BD-VDSL-V75  5-port FE ( 2*2 )11n USB2.0 Ethernet Router is a versatile, high-speed remote router for home and the small office.

     

    2    Product Specifications and Features

    2.1    H/W Features

    2.1.1 Specification
    Key Components / Connectors / Performance
    VDSL2 Chipset MT7510
    VDSL2 LineDriver MT7555
    WIFI Chipset internal
    Flash Memory 128Mbytes
    SDRAM for CPU 512Mbit DDR2
    Console Internal console port (4 pin)
    ITU-T K.21 Complied
    Interfaces (TR-068 compliant)
    5 4x 10/100Base-TX MDI/MDIX RJ-45 port1x 10/100/1000MBase-TX MDI/MDIX RJ-45 port

    Compliant with following standards:

    1. IEEE 802.3/802.3u

    2. Hardware based 10/100/1000M, full/half, flow control autonegotiation

    3. Non-blocking wire speed reception andtransmission

    4. Full duplex IEEE 802.3x flow control and halfduplex back-pressure flow control

    5. Broadcast storm protection

    6. Automatic address learning, address aging andaddress migration

    7. Integrated address Look-Up Engine, 1 K absoluteMAC addresses supported

    WAN 1x inner pair RJ-11 VDSL2 port 

    Data Rate:

    Downstream: Max up to100Mbps

    Upstream: Max up to 50Mbps

    Rate Adaptation:

    Data rate auto-negotiate in 32 kbps increments

    Performance: 

    2.1.2 LED indicators

     

    Location LED Indicative Color Status Description
      Power Green/Red Solid Light Power on
    Light off Power off
      LAN1~4 Green Solid Light Device connected to LAN port
    Blinking LAN Activity present
    Light off No Activity
      WIFI Green Solid Light Wireless enable
    Blinking Date transmission
    Light off Wireless disable
      WPS Green Solid Light WPS device connected
    Light off No WPS device connected
    Blinking Negotiating
      USB Green Solid Light Usb connected
    Light off No usb connected
    Blinking Date transmission
      DSL Green Solid Light DSL good sync.
    Blinking DSL attempting sync.
    Light off No carrier signal
      Internet Green/Red Solid Light IP connected
    Light off Power off
      GE WAN Green Solid Light Device connected to WAN port
    Blinking WAN Activity present
    Light off No Activity

    2.2    S/W Features

    Feature Item

    Feature

    Detailed Description

    VDSL Compliance

     

    G.993.2 

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Vdsl profiles supported: 8a/b/c/d , 12a/b, 17a 
    US0
    Diagnostics mode/DELT 
    Dying GASP 
    PhyR 
    Virtual Noise 
    Both Annex A and Annex B

     

    Both Annex A and Annex B band plans

     

    WIFI Compliance

    IEEE 802.11b/g/n
    Support 2×2 antennas
    Support 2-stream spatial multiplexing up to 270Mbps (Can upgrade to 300Mbps)
    Support MCS 0-15 and MCS 32 modulation and coding rates
    Support 20M and 40M channels
    Support for STBC in both TX and RX
    Network Protocols and Features RFC2684 VC-MUX,LLC/SNAP

    encapsulations for

    bridged or routed

    packet

    VC-MUX for any connection type
    RFC2364 PPP over  RFC2364 LLC/NLPID 
    AAL5 encapsulation for PPPoA
    802.1q/1p VLANover RFC2684

    Bridge encapsulation

    802.1q header insertion towardWAN and de-insertion toward

    LAN over RFC2684 bridge mode

    over AAL5. Supports multiple

    VLANs on multiple PVCs and

    mapping VLANs, PVCs and

    physical LAN port to multiple

    bridges.

    PPPoA Support AUTO, PAP, CHAP,  MS-CHAP authentication

    Added static IP address

    assignment.

    PPPoE Support AUTO, PAP, CHAP,  MS-CHAP authentication

    Added static IP address

    assignment.

    Multiple PPPoEsessions on single

    PVC

    Allows multiple PPPoE sessionson one PVC.
    PPPoE pass-through Supports concurrent PPPoEclients inside the modem and

    PPPoE clients on the LAN

    devices

    PPPoE – filtering ofnon-PPPoE packets

    between WAN and

    LAN

    Previously only filtered non-PPPoE packet from LAN to WAN,

    now works in both directions.

    Auto-clean-upremote staled PPP

    sessions at BRAS

    Clean up staled PPP sessions(PPPoE and PPPoA) at ISP

    BRAS after ADSL link goes down

    then up or after modem reboots, if

    scratch pad is enabled on top

    boot flash.

    IPoA
    MER (a.k.a IP overEthernet over AAL5)
    WAN to WAN trafficblocking in bridge

    mode

    Second IP addresson LAN interface Only public IP address and noDHCP on second IP address.
    ARP
    DNS relay
    DNS server fallbackin DNS Relay Launch dnsprobe process whenboth primary and secondary

    DNS’s are assigned. Probe primary DNS status and fallback

    to secondary DNS. When primary

    DNS is up again, switch back to

    primary DNS.

    DHCP server
    DHCP client
    DHCP Relay DHCP relay agent for IPoA andMER type of WAN connections.
    NAPT
    IGMP Proxy IGMP v1/v2
    IGMP Snooping IGMPv1/v2 snooping in bridgemode. Added blocking mode.
    RIP v1/v2 Enable RIP over multiple WANinterfaces
    Dynamic DNS Automatic update WAN IPaddress when it is changed to

    dyndns.org and/or TZO DDNS

    operator.

    LAN port to VCmapping Supports traffic mapping betweena group of LAN port to a PVC.
    Ethernet as WANinterface. Added Ethernet as WAN interfaceto support PPPoE or IP over

    Ethernet.

    Multiple ProtocolVLAN Mux Support multiple protocols onsingle PVC using VLAN ID
    Multiple Service PVC Support PPPoE, Bridge, andMER services over a single PVC
    Firewall Stateful Inspection SPI Fire Wal
    Denial of Serviceattack Passed DOS attacks: ARPAttack, Ping Attack, Ping of

    Death, Land, SYNC, Smurf,

    Unreachable,Tear Drop

    TCP/IP/Port/interfacefiltering rules Support both incoming andoutgoing filtering.
    MAC Layer Filtering Added IGMP in protocol menu.Filter MAC frames based on

    protocol type, source/destination

    MAC address, direction

    Day-time ParentalControl

    VPN

    IPsec VPN(optional) Support VPN connection toremote VPN gateway.
    QoS IP/Bridge/802.1pQoS Supported both routed andbridged mode PVCs for packet

    level QoS: classification rules,

    priority queuing using ATM TX

    queues, IP TOS/Precedence,

    802.1p marking. Added DiffServ

    DSCP marking and src/dest MAC

    addresses classification.

    Configuration and Management

    Web based GUI
    Embedded web server
    Download image viaHTTP or tftp client
    Download image viaFTP server
    Download image viaTFTP server
    Command LineInterface via serial

    port, telnet, or ssh

    added dumpcfg, sntp commands.Added option to tftp, adsl, wan, ppp commands. Upgrade sshd to version 0.46.
    Menu-driven CLI viaserial port or telnet Added dump configuration.
    Universal Plug andPlay (UPnP) Internet

    Gateway Device

    (IGDv1.0)

    V2.14L.02: Upgraded UPnP with latest version.Added support for ADSL IGD. Enable/disable UPnP without reboot.
    SNMP v1/v2c agent(optional)
    SNMP MIBs: rfc2662ADSL line MIB,

    rfc2515 ATM MIB,

    MIB-II

    Support GET only exceptGET/SET for system MIB and

    ifAdminStatus in ifTable.

    Date/time updatefrom SNTP Internet

    Time Server

    Automatic synchronize date and time with Internet Time Servers and local time zone setup.Display Date/time in device info and syslog. Added SNTP command.
    Daylight saving zone
    TR-69(optional) Support 273 parameters,digest/certificate/SSL security.Support proprietary parameters

    implementation without tr69c

    framework sources

    Code support G.711( A law & u Law), G.723.1,G.726, G.729,etc 

     

    Silence suppression Support Silence suppression

     

    3     Mechanic & ID Design

    3.1     Outlook

    (TBD)

    3.2     Case

    (TBD)

    3.3     Physical & Environment

    3.3.1 Power

    -    Input: 100-240VAC, 50/60Hz (Region dependent)

    -    Output: 12V DC,1.5A (Switch)

    -    Dying Gasp:  Supported

    -    Power Switch: Push button supported

    -    Reset Button: Reset to factory default by pushing button

    -    Wifi Buttom: Push button supported

    -    WPS Button: Push button supporter

    3.3.2 Operation Temperature

    -          0℃ to 45℃

    3.3.3 Storage Temperature

    -         -4℉ to 149℉ (-20℃ to 70℃)

    3.3.4 Humidity

    -         5% ~ 95% non-condensing

    4     Certification Requirements

    4.1     EMC/RF Certificates and Test Reports

    Request

    EMI/EMC Test Report

    Class A

    Class B

    Region & Country

    requirements

    CE Report (89/336/EEC(EN55022/24),  2004/108/EC) EU
    FCC report(FCC CFR 47 Part 15 B) US
    IC report(ICES-003) Canada
    IC report(ICES-006) Canada
    C-Tick Report(AS/NZS CISPR 22) New Zealand & Australia
    VCCI Report(CISPR 22) JAPAN
    MIC report KOREA
    Anatel Brazil
    BSMI Taiwan
    CCC China
    Other’s

    4.2    Telecom Certificates and Test Reports

    Request

    Telecom. Test Report

    Telecom

    (RJ-11 Port link to PSTN)

    Region requirements

    CE Report (R&TTE:1999/5/EC) TBR-21 European union(EU)
    FCC Report (FCC CFR 47, Part 68)  US /FCCID(3P7XXXXXX..)
    IC Report (CS-03) Canada /ICID (4216AXXXX…)
    A-Tick Report New Zealand & Australia
    NCC(PSTN01) Taiwan
    Anatel Brazil
    BSMI Taiwan
    CCC China
    Other’s

    4.3    Safety Certificates and Test Reports

    Request Certifications

    Standards

    Region requirements

    CE LVD report (LVD:73/23/EEC) EN60950-1: 2001 European Union
    UL/cUL Listed Mark UL/CSA 60950-1 US / Canada
    CSA International Mark IEC60950-1UL60950-1

    CSA60950-1

    EN 60950-1

    WorldUS

    Canada

    European Union

    CB Report IEC60950-1: 2001EN60950-1 :2001 WorldEuropean Union

    Other’s requirements

    4.4     Reliability Test Reports

    No.

    Requ

    ired

    Test Items

    Refer to Standards

    1.

     

    MTBF of Prediction Report Bell-core TR-332, Issue 6 or Telcordia SR-332, Issue 1

    2.

     

    MTBF of Endurance test Report SPEC

    3.

     

    MTBF of Demonstration test Report SPEC

    4.

     

    Free Fall(Drop)Test Report IEC 60068-2-32

    5.

     

    Random Vibration Test Report IEC 60068-2-34: 1973

    6.

     

    Storage Test Report IEC 60068-2-48

    7.

     

    Operation Cold(low temperature) Test IEC 60068-2-1

    8.

     

    Operation Dry Heat(High temperature) Test IEC 60068-2-2

    9.

     

    Operation Temperature Cycles Test IEC 60068-2-14

    10.

     

    Thermal Shock Test IEC 60068-2-14

    11.

     

    Damp Heat Steady State test IEC 60068-2-78

    12.

     

    Thermal Profile Test D-Link SPEC

    13.

     

    ESD Simulation Test report IEC 61000-4-2Air Discharge: ±8KV

    Contact Discharge: ±4KV

    14.

     

    High / Low Temperature Start Test SPEC

    15.

     

    Parts on/off & Insert/pulling Test SPEC

    16.

     

    Acoustic Noise test EN 27779 & ISO 7779

    4.5    RoHS Requirement

    4.5.1 Level A of Substance limitation requirements table (for appliances & accessories)

    Level

    No.

    Description

    Limitation/ ppm

    A

    A1

    Cadmium/ Cadmium Compounds

    80

    A2

    Hexavalent Chromium/ Hexavalent Chromium Compounds

    800

    A3

    Lead/ Lead Compounds

    800

    A4

    Mercury/ Mercury Compounds

    800

    A5

    Polybrominated Biphenyls (PBBs)

    800

    A6

    Polybrominated Diphenylethers (PBDEs)

    800

    4.5.2 Level A of Substance limitation requirements table (for Packing)

    Level

    No.

    Description

    Limitation/ ppm

    A

    A1 ~ A4

    Cadmium Chromium VI,Lead and Mercury compounds

    100

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