- SDSL support for symmetric connections from 160 Kbps to 1.568 Mbps. Compatible with Copper Mountain CopperEdge access concentrators
- Second WAN interface for optional integrated V.90 or ISDN dial backup or DSL Bonding
- Auxiliary Serial Port: Connect to external analog or ISDN modem for backup or remote configuration. Or use with optional AppleTalk kit.
- Backup to external analog or ISDN modem
- LAN Interface
- 8-port 10-BaseT Ethernet hub with uplink switch
- Management Interface
- Console Management port for direct console connections to PC (DB9) or Macintosh (mini-DIN8), cables included
- Remote out-of-band management available over modem connection, requires optional Aux Port Modem (TE6/DB25)
- In band management via Telnet, SNMP or Web
- Built-in Firewall: Pre-configured firewall to disallow all inbound traffic originated from the Internet; pre-configured NetBIOS filters to optimize performance of DSL link. Includes IP & IPX (RIP and SAP) filtering; Filter packets on a per-connection profile basis for source/destination address, service, and protocol. Up to 255 rules in up to 8 filter sets.
- Secure VPN: Set up encrypted Virtual Private Networks for building intranets and extranets to serve remote users, branch offices, and business partners. Integrated PPTP Access Concentrator (PAC) and Network Server (PNS) functionality compatible with Microsoft Windows 95/98/NT Dial-Up Networking clients and NT Servers. Can replace NT server to provide VPN access to remote users. Also includes ATMP for interoperability with Ascend routers and 56-bit DES Netopia extensions for an efficient, secure VPN connection between remote offices using Netopia routers.
- NAT/NAPT: (Network Address and Network Address Port Translation): Provides enhanced security and flexibility by ÒhidingÓ all IP addresses on the LAN behind a single statically or dynamically assigned IP address on the Internet. Port Translation allows mail, Web, PPTP, and other servers on the LAN to be accessible from the Internet. (RFC 1631)
- MultiNAT: Sophisticated NAT (RFC 1631) extension that provides security of a NAT "wall" to hide LAN IP addresses on LAN while providing flexible use of all addresses offered by Internet Service Provider.
- Scheduled Connections: Connection profiles (ISP connection or VPN tunnels) can be initiated on a schedule to define full-time, on-demand, or periodic connections. Up to 16 connections can be scheduled including blackout periods and on-demand connection windows.
- Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) Number Server Client and Relay Agent: As a DHCP server (RFC 2131), the router allows LAN clients to get their IP address configuration automatically. As a DHCP client (RFC 2152), the router can acquire IP configuration information from a remote server. As a DHCP Relay Agent (RFC 1542) the router can forward DHCP requests from LAN clients to a centralized DHCP server.
- Modular Architecture: Flexible hardware design lets you add or change connection types by swapping out WAN module cards.
- Optional DSL Bonding (IMUX): Combine two SDSL lines for speeds up to 3 Mbps using Inverse multiplexing (IMUX). Standard on model R7171. Available as an add-on to the R7100 router (order TER/71 and TER/IMUX). Available only through service providers using Copper Mountain DSL Central Office equipment.
- Dial backup: Backup to analog or ISDN modem connected to auxiliary serial port. Aux Port Modem (TE6/DB25).
- DSLAM Management: Integrated with Copper Mountain CopperView management for remote troubleshooting, diagnostics, and DSL firmware download. (When connected to CopperEdgeTM access concentrator).
- Easy Setup: Menu-driven console screens step through required configuration of basic parameters.
- SmartView: Web-based tool displays real time view of current router activity including most recent connection statistics and more.
- Copper Throttle Speed Setting: Speed automatically set by remote Copper Mountain DSL concentrator.
- Management Security: Password-protected with up to 4 user names and passwords.
- LEDs: 21 diagnostic lights for at-a-glance management of Ethernet, WAN, and power connections.
- Firmware: Upgrade firmware in flash memory via TFTP or X-Modem transfer using modem or direct cable connection; configuration retained with upgrades; battery backup to protect configuration across power failures.
- ICMP Ping: Tests IP connectivity from router to local or remote site.
- Trace Route: Determines routing path to particular host name or IP address.
- Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP): Allows remote upload and download firmware and configuration files directly to the router.
- Telnet Client: Provides remote management access to Telnet hosts on the LAN or WAN
- Syslog Client: Maintains ongoing activity log on a syslog server.
- SNMPv1: (RFC 1157) and MIB II (RFC 1213), Ethernet MIB and enterprise MIB for remote management using console applications.
- Network Protocols: IP and IPX routing (AppleTalk tunneling and LAN routing available with optional AppleTalk Kit).
- Frame Relay: Supports ANSI T1.617 and ANSI T1.618 Annex D LMI, Annex A and Cisco LMI, (RFC 1490) multiprotocol Interconnect over Frame Relay.
- Compression: IP Control Protocol (RFC1 332), PPP Stac LZS Compression Protocol, Ascend LZS Compression Protocol, Van Jacobson Header Compression.
- Routing: Transmit and Receive RIPv1 and RIPv2 (RFC 1723) and RIPv1 compatibility mode, up to 16 static routes with default route and the option to not advertise routes, configurable with up to 8 subnets on LAN with DHCP pool associated with each subnet.
- WAN IP Interface: Numbered or Unnumbered Interface.
- IP Addressing: Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) and BootP servers. Supports up to 8 different pools of IP addresses (one per subnet) with a maximum of 512 addresses.
- Connection profiles: Specify configuration information for up to 15 Virtual Private Network Tunnels in addition to a primary WAN connection.
- AppleTalk Kit: Interconnect remote AppleTalk networks using AURP or provide Internet Access to older Macintosh networks via Mac IP and LocalTalk to Ethernet routing. (TER/AT1)
- DSL Bonding Add-On: Allows bonding of multiple DSL lines (IMUX), multiplying available bandwidth up to two times. Upgrading an existing DSL router to support DSL Bonding also requires purchase of an additional DSL WAN module (TER/71 for SDSL). This Kit includes a firmware upgrade key only. (TER/IMUX)
- Aux Port Modem Cable: Allows connection of analog or ISDN modems with DB25 serial ports to the Aux port of an R-Series router for dial backup functionality. Can also be used with all R-Series routers for remote, out-of-band management. (TE6/DB25)
- TER/20: V.90 Integrated Backup Module
- TER/31U: ISDN U Integrated Backup Module (Requires firmware upgrade available Q1 2000)
- TER/71: SDSL Module for IMUX (Requires firmware upgrade available Q1 2000)
- Netopia Router
- One 14.5 ft. RJ45 10-BaseT Ethernet cable
- Console cable
- CD containing complete documentation, useful setup programs, Internet browsers and other valuable applications
- 2 user License of Timbuktu Pro collaboration software