Loop-H3308 Ethernet over Bonded G.SHDSL.bis
Available from Loop Telecommunications International
The Loop-H3308 is a standalone device which
provides high speed digital transport for Ethernet,
V.35 and RS232 point to point applications. The
device converts Ethernet, V.35, and RS232 ports
over multiple twisted copper pairs by using the 16-
TCPAM, 32-TCPAM (G.SHDSL.bis) technology, and
the IEEE 802.3ah 2Base-TL bonding protocol.
2, 4, or 8 pairs configuration are possible for the
G.SHDSL.bis interface. The total bonded bandwidth
is dependant on the number of copper wires.
The Loop-H3308 works as a pair (master and slave
unit). The slave unit is usually located at the
customer's premises. The distance that this
technology can span without repeaters is dependent
on the data rate.
The Loop-H3308 supports configuration and
diagnostics by using a local terminal or a remote
Telnet or SNMP manager. This allows execution of
diagnostics and fault isolation.
The bonding method ensures line cut resilience by
removing failed pair(s) from an aggregation group
within 50 ms. This removal decreases service
bandwidth. When the failed pair(s) has recovered, the
aggregation bandwidth will become normal without
disrupting the service.
For user maintenance, the bonding G.SHDSL.bis
system supports manual addition or removal of
pair(s) without disrupting the service bandwidth of the