The Teldat-iM8 is a compact router for sites requiring high-speed connections. Its compact design without fans, to avoid generating noise, means you can install it in work areas. This favors the use of 3G/4G/4G+ connections, providing better coverage than when you install the router in technical rooms or cabinets.
Although it is a compact router, it reaches speeds of up 1000 Mbps symmetrical and is very scalable thanks to a slot and a variety of cards. It also includes an optical/electrical interface to the public network and an 8-port Ethernet LAN switch to the private network, as well as a Wi-Fi access point and 3G/4G/4G+ option.
In addition to sophisticated hardware, it includes advanced software and a management system adapted to professional networks. It also allows for a deep traffic inspection (DPI) of the offices offering very relevant statistical data to the service administrators.
Up to 1000 Mbps services, an FO connection and a slot to adapt to different enviroments (Fiber, ADSL/VDSL, E1/T1, Serial, Ethernet PoE switch).
Teldat-iM8 enables smooth transition from traditional communications in remote offices to a hybrid SD-WAN network.
Eight 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports with advanced VLAN functions, 802.1p/q/x and Wi-Fi 802.11n access point. Optional PoE on 4 ports.
Suitable for office installation: the absence of fans means there is no noise. In-depth status information provided by a 14 LED panel.
The Teldat-iM8 has a powerful dual-core processor with one dedicated to routing and the other to running* a Debian Linux for applications(In development).
The processor power allows the router to achieve a routing capacity of 1000 Mbps, even when only one core is used. It is a versatile router thanks to a card slot with a wide range of options.
Apart from the slot, the router connects to the public network through an electrical/optical port and a 3G/4G option and to the private network through an 8-port Gigabit switch with optional PoE. It also has a Wi-Fi access point feature.
It provides all the functions required of a professional router, including routing (RIP, OSPF, BGP, VRF, Policy Routing, etc.), security (ACLs, Firewall, IPSec, 802.1x, etc.), quality of service (CBWFQ, LLQ, PQ, etc.), and management (CLI, SNMPv3, AAA, etc.).
Fixed/mobile connectivity using up to three fixed access methods (Ethernet, fiber, ADSL/VDSL, G.SHDSL, E1/T1, etc.), either as main, backup or both active for load balancing. It also provides 3G/4G/4G+ mobile access.
Figure 1: Fixed and mobile redundant connectivity
Use as an all-in-one router and application server.
Figure 2: Router and server in one device