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  • Supports up to six 64 kbps channels
  • One or two data ports support total bandwidth of 384 kbps
  • IIntegrated ISDN (BRI) or external TAs
  • Supports ISDN backup of high speed leased lines (up to 256 kbps)
  • Provides Bandwidth On Demand
  • Dynamic Bandwidth Allocation
  • Operates over a combination of switched and non-switched lines
  • Support for Euro-ISDN , 5ESS, National ISDN (NI1), DMS-100 and NTT
  • Supports "S" and "U" interfaces
  • Supports S0 leased line
  • Supports BONDING 1, 2 and 3 protocol specifications
  • Differential delay of up to 512 msec
  • Configuration via front panel or control port
  • Resilient operation with failure recovery
  • SNMP support using SLIP protocol
  • Software download via Xmodem protocol



The IMX-64 inverse multiplexer provides bandwidth-on-demand for applications such as image transmission, LAN internetworking and videoconferencing.

In addition, it enables automatic backup of high speed leased lines via switched digital services.

The IMX-64 can respond to an applications bandwidth requirements (by protocol monitoring, time-of-day or manual configuration) and automatic connect/disconnect channels, as required.

When a high speed link fails, the IMX-64 will automatically activate the necessary digital links to resume service to the DTE.

The IMX-64 connects to basic rate ISDN services, and supports all popular standards and S and U interfaces for switched services, as well as S leased line interface (S0).

It complies with the BONDING standard for inverse multiplexers, allowing it to operate with other vendors. products.

The IMX-64 supports DTE data rates up to 384 kbps through either one or two ports. DTE interfaces can be V.35, V.24, X.21 or RS-530. Software upgrades can be performed by software download from a PC, via the supervisory port, using XMODEM protocol.

Command-driven software offers complete control of configuration, diagnostics and alarms via the front panel LCD and soft keys, or via a terminal connected to the supervisory port. SNMP over SLIP support is also available.