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Huawei MA5600 64 Channels of ADSL2+ over POTS service board
|Support GPON uplink ports||GP1A:One GPON port and one GE optical port
GE1A: Two GE optical ports
|Supported Daughter Board||Upstream daughter board:GP1A/GE1A
Voice daughter board:ADSA/ADSC/ADSM
|Port on the Front Panel (on the Bottom Plate)||CONSOLE/ESC/ETH/ALARM/GE0|
|Upstream Port (on the Daughter Board)||When the GP1A daughter board is configured: GE0 (SFP port)/PON (SFF port)
When the GE1A daughter board is configured: GE0 (SFP port)/GE1 (SFP port)
|Operating temperature||-40℃ to 65℃; startup at -25℃|
|Humidity||5% to 95% (non-condensing)|
|Power supply||AC: 220 V/110 V, DC: -48 V|
|Clock features||Network time synchronization
Line clocks recovered on upstream ports
|Dimensions (W x D x H)||22.86 mm x 237.00 mm x 395.40 mm|
I’ve been using it for a while now, and this highly configured product is exactly what I expected it to be, as described, so I think I should give telecomate.com a thumbs up.
What is the difference between ADEE and ADEF? Are they all 64adsl2 +? I don’t get it.
Hello, ADEE needs to be configured with four subscriber lines, while ADEF only needs to be configured with two.
This is much more cost -effective than buying locally.