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MLX300

Next Generation of Metro and Carrier Ethernet Testing

VeEX™ MLX300 Metro Loopback Expert is an intelligent 10GE loopback device developed as a perfect companion to VeEX 10GE testers. Loopback control can be performed in-band over the fiber interface or via the built-in 10/100Base-T Ethernet port via an Internet connection. Field interchangeable XFP transceivers support various wavelengths and power level requirements. Paired with the MX300/TX300 handheld tester, the MLX300 is the industry’s most cost-effective solution for point-to-point Service Level Agreement (SLA) verification and end-to-end performance testing.

PLATFORM HIGHLIGHTS

KEY FEATURES

  • Cost-effective 10GE loopback device for testing end-to-end network performance when paired with companion tester
  • Ideal for testing transparent, switched, routed, and next generation carrier grade Ethernet networks
  • 10GE LAN/WAN XFP support
  • BERT, RFC2544 and Throughput application eliminating the need for an expensive remote test partner
  • Smart Loop mode for Layer 1, Layer 2, Layer 3, and Layer 4
  • Out-of-band operation via 10/100Base-T Ethernet management port and ReVeal software
  • Activate a loopback profile from a remote location
  • Default loopback profile storage for fast and easy loopbackready boot-up
  • In-band control is supported for all VeEX Ethernet products; Compatible with MX300/TX300 and MX100+/MX120+ loopback control for end-to-end testing from the 10GE Core network to a 1GE drop on the Metro or Access network
  • RS232 supervisory port to configure IP address
  • Remote control capability and loopback profile creation/upload through ReVeal PC software

Loopback Modes

  • Layer 1, Layer 2, Layer 3, and Layer 4 modes are available for looping back test traffic
  • Layer 1: loops back all incoming traffic
  • Layer 2: all incoming unicast traffic is looped back with MAC source and destination addresses swapped
  • Layer 3: all incoming unicast traffic is looped back with MAC and IP source and destination addresses swapped
  • Layer 4: all incoming unicast traffic is looped back with MAC, IP, and UDP/TCP ports swapped