Managed Gigabit Media Converter is an IEEE 802.3ah OAM compliant copper to fiber Gigabit Ethernet solution designed to make conversion between 10/100/1000Base-TX and 1000Base-FX with SFP modules and fixed type 1×9 modules. With SNMP and Web-based management in the 2U 16 Slots Managed Media Converter Chassis, the administrator can monitor, configure and control the activity of each 802.3ah series card and remotely connected OAM compliant converter. Converter settings include bandwidth control, duplex, and speed configuration, VLAN tagging, limited Q-in-Q support and SFP DDMI. When used as stand-alone converters, it can be managed by a friendly Web Smart user interface via any web browser.
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Fiberroad’s FR6000 Series is a Centralized Network Management Platform that provides 8 or 16 slots multi-service including Managed Media Converter Card, OEO Converter Card, 1+1 Protection Switching card, CWDM/DWDM MUX/DEMUX Card, etc. All interface cards, fans, management module Card and AC/DC redundant power supply are hot swappable, allowing online field replacement.
Fiberroad’s Managed Gigabit Media Converter allows the backbone of the network to be flexible and easier to manage and maintain. Our converters are available in two form factors, chassis-based slide-in cards and stand-alone converters, allowing you the most flexibility for your network. Our converters also utilize both fixed optics and Small Form-Factor Pluggable (SFP) transceivers allowing you to customize each converter for the cable type you are using. View the two different form factors as below:
Chassis-based slide-in (Local Side)
Remote Standalone (Remote Side)
Management access can be achieved locally or remote standalone via network by Web, SNMP, Telnet or Console. FR6000 series together with the MUX and DEMUX can offer a space-efficient and cost-effective solution for xWDM transmission. Complete system information can be set up and displayed, including the name of chassis, terrain and related information of IP, constant operating time and the versions of the hardware and software.