- VDSL2 high-speed long distance copper connections; up to 300 m at 100 Mbps and up to 3 km at 1 Mbps over twisted-pair copper wires
- Automatic CO/CPE negotiation that shortens configuration time
- Turbo Ring / Turbo Chain on both Ethernet and VDSL2 ports for fast recovery
- Controllable bypass mode on VDSL2 ports gives higher availability in a daisy chain topology
- Flexible deployment with 2-pin or RJ11/45 connector on VDSL2 ports
- Easy network management by web browser, Telnet/serial console, Windows utility, ABC-02, and MXview
Moxa IEX-408E-2VDSL2 is an industrial managed Ethernet extender switch for establishing long-distance Ethernet transmissions over twisted-pair copper wiring. IEX-408E-2VDSL2 units can easily be linked in series to form a long-distance multi-drop configuration, with one IEX-408E-2VDSL2 unit located at each drop-point. Adjacent drop points can be separated by up to 3 km, with a transmission speed of 1 Mbps achieved using a VDSL2 connection (with a connection distance of 300 m, a transmission speed of 100 Mbps can be theoretically achieved). Each IEX-408E-2VDSL2 unit provides six 10/100BaseT(X) and two DSL ports, giving users an incredible amount of flexibility for linking together a wide variety of devices separated by vast distances.
Ethernet redundancy is provided by Turbo Ring, Turbo Chain, RSTP/STP, and MSTP, and a controllable bypass solution on the DSL ports that increases system reliability and the availability of your network. Moxa IEX-408E series supports advanced management and security features.
The wide operating temperature range (-40 to 75C), and dual power inputs makes it ideal for deployment in industrial applications such as ITS, rail wayside, oil and gas, factory automation and process automation applications. The compact Din-rail design makes it ideal for installation in places with space constraints.
IEX-408E-2VDSL2 uses CO/CPE automatic negotiation (factory default setting). The device will automatically assign CPE status to one of each pair of IEX devices. Advanced management and monitoring functionalities can be executed through a network management software, including a virtual panel. This improves user experience by enabling quick troubleshooting.