Edge Network Computing

RXL14000 corporate router

The high-performance central site router

Product Highlights

Up to 1 Gbps symmetrical services
Traditional router or VPN gateway
Electrical/Optical port
Redundant power supply
19-inch housing
Professional and advanced OS
SDWAN ready

Introduction

The RXL14000 central site router is perfectly suited for mission-critical applications at large and medium-sized corporate headquarters.
- Connectivity: Electrical/optical Gigabit interface plus 8-port Gigabit switch.
- 19-inch metal housing and duplicated power supply in passive redundancy mode with dual power inputs for separated supply lines.
Complete software application including RIP/OSPF/BGP or multicast routing protocols like PIM-SM. QoS, IPSLA and VPNs support to ensure security and priority for several services.

Competitive Advantages

Powerful platform

New generation of high-power processors with the ability to scale to 1 Gbps services.

SDWAN router

RXL14000 enables smooth transition from traditional communications in remote offices to a hybrid SD-WAN network.

VPN concentrator

Remote offices can connect with headquarters using RXL14000 as a VPN server ensuring security and integrity in data exchanged over public networks.

Simple configuration and maintenance

Administrators can configure the router using the CLI and templates or through Cloud Netmanager suite including “ZTP” for automatic network deployments.

Description

The Teldat RXL14000 is a router specifically designed for data processing centers that meets their requirements for dual power supply and ventilation type.
The RXL 14000 is the ideal solution as a VPN concetrator for clients with remote offices that are encrypting the data and can also be easily integrated in SDWAN services.


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.).


 

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The RXL14000 central site router is perfectly suited for mission-critical applications at large and medium-sized corporate headquarters.
- Connectivity: Electrical/optical Gigabit interface plus 8-port Gigabit switch.
- 19-inch metal housing and duplicated power supply in passive redundancy mode with dual power inputs for separated supply lines.
Complete software application including RIP/OSPF/BGP or multicast routing protocols like PIM-SM. QoS, IPSLA and VPNs support to ensure security and priority for several services.

Key Features

Up to 1 Gbps

Reliable in scenarios of up to one Gbps symmetrical (IMIX) services thanks to its powerful hardware architecture with hardware encryption.

Security: Firewall, IPSec, etc

The RXL14000 software includes all the advanced functions needed in corporate networks and operator services, ready for the most demanding scenarios like MPLS and managed services.

Specifically designed for installation on datacenters

Datacenter devices need to be fitted in standard cabinet having specific forced ventilation and wire connections. The RXL14000 is specifically designed for these scenarios(tachometric and supervised fans).

Electrical/optical port and 8xGE switch on the board

The switch ports can be configured in LAN or WAN mode to allow multiple incoming interfaces from carriers.

Advanced services

Corporate communications require corporate security. The RXL14000 provides the state-of-the-art in security: ACLs, Firewall(L3-L7), 802.1x and IPSec (hardware encryption included).

Console port

Operator/integrator managed services require out-of-band management to prevent them from interfering with customer networks. The console port is the most common method.

Do you want to know more?

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