ML-PPPMulti-Link Point-To-Point Protocol
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Eclipse packet Node now supports fully integrated Pseudowires and ML-PPP termination, along with the most comprehensive hybrid and all-IP wireless transport functionality all in one box, to save operators significant costs related to the deployment of separate routers or site gateways.
The protocols include ATM UNI, IMA, PPP, ML-PPP, FR, MFR, CES and PWE3 (TDM, ATM, HDLC).
technology and Multi-Tech's ML-PPP design to provide users with
Net to Net's Loop Bonding technology is completely plug 'n' play, requiring no configuration for the network operator, does not require additional hardware or software such as ML-PPP, and does not use ATM technology (or IMA) to provide the service.
Mezzanine Cards: Single OC-3 ATM/POS Quad OC-3 ATM/POS Single OC-12 ATM/POS Gigabit Ethernet Quad T1 Quad E1 Examples include various configurations of the following protocols: IP Routing and Interworking IPv4 IP Multi-Fields Classification PPP and ML-PPP DiffServ IP address resolution-full LPM support ATM Adaptation layers AAL0, AAL1, AAL2, AAL5 Traffic shaping for CBR, VBR, GFR, UBR, compatible with TM-4.
Early implementations of ML-PPP and ML-FR relied on large and complex FPGA, ASIC, or processor-based implementations.
The two B channels can be bonded together using ML-PPP to give up to 128 Kbps throughput without data compression, and even higher speeds with data compression.
0's ML-PPP, service providers can easily combine multiple T1/E1 trunks to increase backhaul bandwidth as their subscriber bases grow.
With tools already in place in the Windows operating system, users on the same network as the USB host can immediately start sharing modems, gaining Internet access, and doubling or even tripling their bandwidth by using more than one modem simultaneously and ML-PPP bonding.
Features like ML-PPP protocol allow the user to make a high speed connection at 128Kbps.