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The Total Access 600R is a cost-effective T1/FT1 access router designed for small and medium businesses, branch offices and campuses. The Total Access 600R provides 1.54 Mbps for "always-on" Internet access or remote office connectivity. With its integrated CSU/DSU, the Total Access 600R provides wide area network access over a standard T1 or fractional T1 circuit. With the Total Access 600R, carriers and enterprises can give multiple users network access over a single T1 connection. For simultaneous access to both a corporate network and the public Internet, the Total Access 600R offers the ability to configure multiple frame relay PVCs. In addition, the Total Access 600R includes NAT/NAPT and IP filtering which provides security from unauthorized access to the user's network. By teaming ADTRAN's NetVanta 2100 with the Total Access 600R, customers can add the protection of a Stateful Inspection Firewall and hardware-based VPN services.
The Total Access 600R also provides a cost-effective campus connectivity solution. When used with private dry copper, the Total Access 600R delivers up to 1.54 Mbps to cross-campus network elements. This solution is ideal for extending LAN segments to other buildings. The Total Access 600R allows users to quickly setup and easily manage their network. The Total Access 600R offers a DHCP server allowing devices on the LAN to obtain their IP addresses automatically. Additional network management features include access list and password protected Telnet sessions and Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) support. The Total Access 600R also contains ping and Telnet utilities for network troubleshooting. With support for Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP), the Total Access 600R makes configuration, installation and software upgrades simple. Software can be upgraded remotely using TFTP or locally using the craft interface. Setup and installation of the Total Access 600R is made simple through the use of configuration files that can be uploaded to the unit using TFTP or XModem.