With Paradyne's innovative, easy to use ADSL/R CPE family, service providers can provide ADSL2+ service and ReachDSL service in the same unit, ensuring coverage to the entire subscriber base. The 6300 CPE family provides enhanced remote diagnostic tools that allow the service provider to remotely access this enhanced endpoint for quick trouble isolation in order to maintain the highest level of service.
The Paradyne 6300 enhanced CPE are easily user-installed. The embedded web-based usser interface is designed to simplify ADSL deployment. All products provide an Ethernet connection that is auto-sensing, eliminating the worry about connection cable type (straight-trhough vs crossover). All units include a built in POTS filter that eliminates the expense of an external filter as well as reduces installation errors.
When operating in router mode, these gateways support DHCP Server/Relay/Client, NAPT, as well as RIP, dynamic routing, port forwarding, static routing, and ping initiation. For secuirty firewall functions including PAP (Password Access Protocol) and CHAP (Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol) are supported.
In addition all of the CPE that make up the 6300 family support the key OpIQ feature DELT to help service providers debug subscriber service issues. DELT, or Dual End Loop Test, is a feature that is present in Paradyne's ADSL2+ DSLAMs and BLCs and is also a feature of Paradyne ADSL2+ CPEs. Because DELT is a dual-ended test, it requires equipment that supports the DELT feature at both ends of the copper loop.
DELT is primarily used for reactive tests on a loop after a modem has been deployed either to help troubleshoot a line or to capture a baseline of loop characteristics at the time of installation.