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remote access router

A network device used to connect remote sites via private lines or public carriers. The router is required at both ends and provides the protocol conversion between the internal network (LAN) and the external network (WAN). See remote access concentrator and remote access server.
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Eurotech's DuraMAR is a modular mobile access router used to seamlessly connect vehicles to the agency's IP network through a 4.9 GHz wireless corridor or an optional integrated cellular modem.
Ng et al, proposed Access Router Option (ARO) (Ng, 2004) which is similar to the route optimization mechanism of MIPv6.
The new Gigabit access router solution redefines cloud connectivity and provides a compelling service extension to one of the industry's broadest Carrier Ethernet portfolios.
A MN in its home network has address PCoA (Previous Care of Address) and is connected to the access router known as the Previous Access Router (PAR).
OneAccess Networks [http://www.oneaccess-net.com ], the European market leader in multi-service access routers and Carrier Ethernet access devices, is bringing its WAN optimization expertise within reach of millions of Android smartphone and tablet users in the Asia Pacific region with the launch of its AirBooster technology at this year's Comms Day Australia 2012.
To meet these needs, Fujitsu is launching the Si-R G100 access router, which is designed to be an ideal access router for smaller offices demanding very fast network connections.
With L2 trigger, MN starts looking for a candidate access router.
Eurotech's DuraMAR is a modular mobile access router and will be used to seamlessly connect vehicles to the agency's IP network through a 4.9 GHz wireless corridor or an optional integrated cellular modem.
The customer's access router can connect directly to the network using one of its native Ethernet ports.
Prices for the "grey bricks" that will act as a plug-and-play wireless PABX and access router, are expected to start at under 400 pounds ($642) in the UK, Finch said.
MegaPath installs its T1 and Ethernet circuits using Edgewater's voice-ready ESBC as a WAN access router, making it seamless for MegaPath customers to implement Hosted Voice and SIP Trunking services immediately, or as a future service upgrade.
L2 handover means that the MN switches AP (Access Point) from pAP (previous Access Point) to nAP (new Access Point) and L3 handover means that the MN switches AR (Access Router) from pAR (previous Access Router) to nAR (new Access Router).