Fiber optic transceiver connection

Update:27 Aug 2018

Ring backbone The ring backbone network uses the SPANNI […]

Ring backbone

The ring backbone network uses the SPANNING TREE feature to construct the backbone of the metropolitan area. This structure can be transformed into a mesh structure, which is suitable for high-density central cells on the metropolitan area network to form a fault-tolerant core backbone network. The ring backbone network supports IEEE.1Q and ISL network features to ensure compatibility with most mainstream backbone networks, such as VLANs and TRUNKs across switches. The ring backbone network can form a broadband virtual private network for the financial, government, education and other industries.

Chain backbone

The chain backbone network can save a large amount of backbone light by using chain connection, and is suitable for constructing a high-bandwidth and low-cost backbone network at the edge of the city and its suburban counties. This mode can also be used for highways, oil transportation, and transmission. Environment such as lines. The support of the IEEE802.1Q and ISL network features of the chain backbone network ensures compatibility with most backbone networks, and can form a broadband virtual private network for industries such as finance, government, and education. The chain backbone network is a multimedia network that can provide integrated transmission of images, voice, data and real-time monitoring.

User access system

The user access system utilizes 10Mbps/100Mbps adaptive and 10Mbps/100Mbps automatic conversion function, which can be connected to any user equipment without providing multiple fiber transceivers, which can provide a smooth upgrade solution for the network. At the same time, the half-duplex/full-duplex adaptive and half-duplex/full-duplex automatic conversion function can be used to configure an inexpensive half-duplex HUB on the user side, which reduces the networking cost of the user terminal by several times and improves the network operator. Competitiveness.