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· Inverse Packet Multiplexor ·

Engage's Inverse Mux technology truly doubles, triples or quadruples the bandwidth between two locations by splitting each packet in half, thirds, quarters and sending the fragments on line 1,2,3,4 for reassembly at the receiving side. Fault tolerance is built-in so that if one line goes down the packet traffic is sent over the working connections.

IP•Express•QT1IPM is a high performance, bandwidth scalable, IP WAN router with 4 T1 ports offering a standards-based inverse packet multiplexing (N x T1) capability. The 4 T1 ports are able to be N x T1 inverse packet multiplexed to remote locations from 3 Mbps to 6 Mbps.

IP•Express•QE1IPM is a high performance, bandwidth scalable, IP WAN router with 4 E1 ports offering a standards-based inverse multiplexing (N x E1) capability. The 4 E1 ports are able to connect to 4 remote locations or to be N x E1 inverse packet multiplexed to remote locations from 4 Mbps to 8 Mbps.

Internet Protocol T1 Inverse Packet Multiplexor
Inverse Multiplexing is an optional feature of the IPExpress·MLBH·T1. The T1 Inverse Mux delivers 3 Megabits of interconnectivity over Dedicated and Frame Relay WANs. Built in T1 line fault detection provides for automatic bandwidth backup.

Multiprotocol T1 Inverse Packet Multiplexor
Inverse Multiplexing is an optional feature of the ExpressRouter·MLT. The ExpressRouter·MLT Inverse Mux delivers 3 Megabits of interconnectivity for AppleTalk, IPX and IP over Dedicated and Frame Relay WANs. Built in T1 line fault detection provides for automatic bandwidth backup.

Internet Protocol E1 Inverse Packet Multiplexor
Inverse Multiplexing is an optional feature of the IPExpress·MLBE1. The E1 Inverse Mux delivers 4 Megabits of interconnectivity over Dedicated and Frame Relay WANs. Built in E1 line fault detection provides for automatic bandwidth backup.

Multiprotocol E1 Inverse Packet Multiplexor
Inverse Multiplexing is an optional feature of the ExpressRouter·MLE. The ExpressRouter·MLE Inverse Mux delivers 4 Megabits of interconnectivity for AppleTalk, IPX and IP over Dedicated and Frame Relay WANs. Built in E1 line fault detection provides for automatic bandwidth backup.

 

 

 

 

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