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Routers
In a network, a router is a device or, in some cases, software in a computer, that determines the next network point to which a packet should be forwarded toward its final destination.The router is connected to at least two networks and decides which way to send each information packet based on its current understanding of the state of the networks it is connected to. IP routers provide a connection between subnets. When a host wishes to send data to a host in another IP subnet the host sends the data to its gateway or router address which then knows how to forward that data packet to the correct network.
RFI-6-F4G

2 x 10/100/BaseTX
4 x SFP, Gbit support

RFI-10-F4G-T4G

2 x 10/100/BaseTX
4 x Gbit TX
4 x SFP, Gbit support

RFI-14-F4G

10 x 10/100/BaseTX
4 x SFP, Gibit support

RFI-18-F4G-T4G

10 x 10/100/BaseTX
4 x Gbit TX
4 x SFP, Gibit support

ED-200 Serial Ethernet Router
  • RS-232 or RS-422 serial interface
  • Integrated 4 port plug and play switch
  • Point to point applications
ED-200
ED-210 Industrial Ethernet Router with Telephone Modem
  • Integrated V.34 telephone modem
  • Integrated 4 port plug and play switch
  • Dial-in/dial-out / Dial on Demand
  • Firewall
ED-210
MR-200 GPRS Router
  • Dual SIM card operation
  • Ethernet port switch
  • DES • 3DES • AES • SSL • SSH (optional)
  • IPsec VPN support (5 tunnels)
MR-200
MR-250 3G/HSDPA Router
  • HSDPA /3G UMTS / EDGE / GPRS Router
  • Ethernet port switch
  • Dual SIM card operation
  • DES • 3DES • AES • SSL • SSH (optional)
MR-250
DR-250 ADSL Router
  • ADSL / ADSL2 / ADSL2+ Compatibility
  • Four port switch
  • Integrated RS-232 terminal server port
  • DES • 3DES • AES • SSL • SSH
DR-250