For sale by caleb sawiri 12 Feb 2:10 pmAshaley Botwe, Accra
Hughes HX50 broadband satellite internet access VSAT terminal
The HX50 modem is a high-performance satellite router designed to support high-speed data links with Quality of Service (QoS) features such as Min/Max CIR together with dynamic allocation of bandwidth.
QoS means that the various types of IP packet are queued up before transmission and sent on in according to a priority order. The objective is to send packets containing time sensitive information, such as fragments of speech in a VoIP call with high priority while, for example, file downloads using ftp are given lower priority.
Min/Max CIR means that for a particular type of traffic (e.g. VoIP packets) that such traffic might be allocated minimum and maximum guaranteed bit rates, for example 83kbit/s minimum and 250 kbit/s maximum. This would allow up to three G711 VoIP calls maximum. Whether a minimum is appropriate is open to debate. Unless you are confident that there is going to be one VoIP call is progress for most of the time then the idea of assigning 83 kbit/s is wasteful and will only cause congestion elsewhere. The problem of setting up these parameters is one of the big difficulties of VSAT traffic management. made in USA
Two 10/100BaseT Ethernet LAN RJ45 ports
One Serial port (RS-422 or RS-232)
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