Pro Series routers include
the Rebel Pro, Gateway Pro, Enterprise Pro, and Carrier Pro
II. The Pro Series is extremely competitive in terms of price and performance.
ImageStream is able to minimize the cost of components and software licensing
by using the Enterprise Linux router distribution, off-the-shelf CompactPCI
and PMC components, and mass-produced enclosures.
routers include premium features like heavy duty 19" rackmount chassis, front
panel serviceability, hot-swap network cards, flash disk reliability, and a 2
Gbps backplane (64-bit 33 MHz CompactPCI). Except for the Rebel Pro, all Pro Series
routers include hot-swap redundant power supplies. Pro Series routers also offer
many advanced options including support for DC power, 23" rack mounting,
removable flash cards, packet processing engines, and high availability (HA).
Series routers include ImageStream's Enterprise Linux software distribution
which relies on SAND component technology. SAND includes software features that
support a wide range of networking applications. The lists below describe many
of the software features that are included with every Pro Series router.
1 and 4 port 10/100 ethernet
1 port gigabit ethernet
1, 2, 4 and 8 port T1/E1
1 and 2 port HSSI
1 and 2 port DS3/E3
ATM or POS OC3
1 port ATM OC12
Secure telnet (ssh) v.2
SNMP or NetFlow® accounting
RIP, OSPF, IS-IS & BGP
Quality of Service (QoS)
Concurrent bridging & routing
GRE & CIPE tunneling
1:1 & 1:many NAT
Pro Series routers include 12 months of free 24/7 technical
support, a 12-month warranty on parts and labor, and a 31-day Money Back Performance
Guarantee that ensures your ImageStream router will perform in the field as specified
in writing. In addition, ImageStream provides free Internet-based software upgrades
for life, including newly released product features.
the bottom line, you'll be hard-pressed to find another router that offers a better
value. The low cost, guaranteed performance, and long-term value of a Pro Series
router make ImageStream an easy choice for most IP routing applications. But if
you still aren't convinced, do your own head-to-head comparisons, and be sure
to check out the page entitled Why