Conversion from 155Mbps to 34Mbps

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We investigate the possibility to use a PA-A3-OC3SMI with ATM access 34Mbps and connect customers with speeds less than 34Mbps, for example 4Mbps. The main problem is that the PA-A3-OC3SMI has an optical output while the 34Mbps access output is coaxial.Is anybody has met with this application? If yes, what was the way that he solve this problem and convert the optical 155Mbps to 34Mbps coaxial?Can anybody give us some hints?
ASKED: April 19, 2005  9:55 AM
UPDATED: April 20, 2005  8:07 AM

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Did you ask your network vendor? Everyone I googled seemed to have devices for that conversion and it is ALWAYS recommended to stay with the same vendor when possible.

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  • Sonotsky
    The first answer that comes to mind is your basic modular router. One card can be for the fibre line, while another can serve the coax link. You'd have a simple routing table; one vendor connecting both lines; and a few extra ways to troubleshoot any connectivity problems that may pop up between the two. Not only that, if you needed more coax connections that feed into the fibre, it would be a simple matter (depending on the chassis and vendor selected) to drop in another coax card. Cheers
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