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Giving you network direction. 

Service provider’s profitability hinges on the ability to increase revenue from existing resources through over subscribing network bandwidth and offering new lucrative services. These services may be tiered or differentiated services, like “gold,” “silver,” or “bronze.” They can include CoS (Class of Service) and guaranteed bandwidth for critical services such as Oracle, Citrix, and VoIP. In fact, there are many dozens of protocols that can be shaped to both improve network efficiency (such as limiting applications like KaZaA and Morpheous) and increase revenue.

As the need and presence of differentiated services grow and customers become more aware of the SLA they pay for, service providers must have means to assure customers that they stand by their SLA commitment. As well, operators must assure proper billing of the customers according to these SLA’s. This need grows as the network scales and higher bandwidth elements, such as our new BreezeACCESS high bandwidth models, enter into the network.

The new BreezeACCESS TM is offered to address these compelling challenges and opportunities. Over 200 protocols and applications can be monitored and shaped using the Traffic Manager. In addition, the BreezeACCESS TM offers accounting modules to enable billing per your specific policies.

Product features

  • Three-10/100Mbps Half/Full Duplex Ethernet Interfaces RJ45.        
  • Standard 1U by 19-inch, rack mountable, complete fault tolerance.        
  • Two levels of traffic classifications: PIPE and VC.        
  • Traffic classification by the following criteria’s: Source and destination IP/MAC address (with IP range/subnet option), network Protocols and Applications, TCP/UDP port number (with port range option), HTTP content inspection, DiffServ/TOS byte or IP Precedence bits, VLAN 802.1q Tagging, Time of day/week/month.        
  • SLA management. Retrieve users records (including Class of Service) from LDAP server directory and respectively build users policies        
  • Enhanced protocol support, including: HTTP content, Citrix, Oracle, P2P, H.323 and RTSP        
  • QoS options: Ten levels of priorities, minimum/maximum bandwidth, guaranteed bandwidth, CBR (Constant Bit Rate).        
  • QoS per connection or per traffic.        
  • Fairness between equal-level-priority traffic flows.        
  • Protection from DoS attacks.        
  • Over subscription management. Coloring (TOS Bit) out of profile packets and allows subscribers traffic by priority only.        
  • IP accounting facility – Count traffic usage by users and applications (optional software packages). Export statistics to external billing system via RADIUS or ODBC interfaces.        
  • Real-time and long-term traffic monitoring.        
  • SNMP agent provides basic traffic information per PIPE or VC.        
  • S/W upgrades for increased capacity. 

NoC Topology

BreezeACCESS TM Topology_0904

Using this architecture allows the service provider to easily control peer-to-peer applications (such as KaZaA), monitoring of the network traffic and provide fairness between customers or customer groups. Also using the NetAccountant module the service provider can collect accounting and billing information on the users and export them to external databases or create reports using the NetAccountant Reporter software.

The recommended models for this architecture: 

TM-1045  
BreezeACCESS TM_1045_0904
45 Mbps capacity with up to 1,024 pipe, 4,096 policies and 64,000 simultaneous connections.   

TM-1100  
BreezeACCESS TM_1100_0904
100 Mbps capacity with up to 1,024 pipe, 4,096 policies and 96,000 simultaneous connections.    

Base Station Topology

BreezeACCESS TM Base Station_0904

Using this architecture allows the service provider to control and monitor the network traffic per each Access Unit. Assuring complex service level agreements for different users (especially in MDU/MTU installations), monitoring online network congestion and planning future network expansions is a breeze with the BreezeACCESS TM.

Using the NetAccountant module, the service provider can collect accounting and billing information on the users, export to external databases or create reports using the NetAccountant Reporter software.

The recommended models for this architecture:

TM-502  
BreezeACCESS TM_502_0904
2 Mbps capacity with up to 256 pipe, 2,048 policies and 12,000 simultaneous connections. Recommended for BreezeACCESS base stations with one E1/T1 connection to the NoC.   

TM-510 
BreezeACCESS TM_510_0904
10 Mbps capacity with up to 512 pipe, 2,048 policies and 20,000 simultaneous connections. Recommended for fully populated BreezeACCESS base stations. Can be s/w upgraded from the TM-502 module.