PPPoE Broadband Residential Access Server (BRAS) – BMS 1000
Fine Point Technologies’ ServPoET BMS 1000 is the industries largest capacity PPPoE & PPPoA termination server. With its 6,000 subscribers per blade capacity, the ServPoET BMS 1000 can grow with your network to support up to 72,000 simultaneous PPPoX subscriber sessions in a one 14U form factor.
Fine Point Technologies’ ServPoET BMS 1000 is built on the Advanced Telecom Computing Architecture, or AdvancedTCA* which is a series of industry standard specifications for the next generation of carrier grade communications equipment. The ServPoET BMS 1000 incorporates the latest trends in high speed interconnect technologies, next generation processors, and improved reliability, manageability and serviceability, resulting in a Broadband Management Server optimized for communications.
Key Benefits include:
- Small Form Factor
Up to 6,000 simultaneous PPPoE or PPPoA subscriber sessions in 1U of rack space
- Easy upgrade
From 1,000 simultaneous PPPoX subscriber sessions to 6,000 in a single 1U form factor as well as for new releases of the ServPoET Network Operating System (NOS).
All BMS models support clustering for fault tolerance, and n+1 load balancing. Group multiple BMS in a central location for maximum resiliency.
- Decentralization and Routing
Or, locate the BMS closer to end users to reduce latency. OSPFv2 and OSPFv3 (IPv6) routing engine simplifies network architecture, permits better network utilization.
- Standard Infrastructure
Interfaces to standard radius authentication, authorization and accounting (AAA) systems
Includes standard SNMP and CLI interfaces familiar to operations personnel.
- Multiple Protocol Encapsulation Support
– PPPoE, PPPoEoA, PPPoA, L2TP and 802.1q encapsulation on subscriber side
– IPv4 and IPv6 in a single PPP session
– compatibility with wide range of home routers, including all OpenWRT based models
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