Protection Switches (APS)

Valiant offers a wide range of Automatic Protection Switching (APS) and Failover Switches.

Valiant’s E1 Fail-Over (E1 Protection) Switch (12 E1 Ports – 4 Links) allows the user to connect a single E1 line from the telephone company to an “active”, as well as to a “standby” E1 terminal, such as data server / router etc. at the customer premises.

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Description

In the T1 domain, T1 Fail-Over (T1 Protection) Switch (12 T1 Ports – 4 Links) allows the user to connect a single T1 line from the telephone company to an “active”, as well as to a “standby” T1 terminal, such as data server / router etc. at the customer premises.

E1 and T1 Automatic Protection Switching equipment and solutions:

Application Note

8/16 E1/T1 Links (24/48 E1/T1 Ports), 1+1 Automatic Protection Switching Equipment: This equipment is to be used when the customer wants to use two different E1/T1 links of the network to establish a 1+1 redundant path to ensure continued E1/T1 service between two points even if one of the network E1/T1 link fails. This example is also illustrated in the product data sheets for the respective products, provided below.

E1, T1, DS3 and E3 Failover & Automatic Protection Switching equipment (1+1 APS)

Product URL Link Brief Description Data Sheet and Presentation
8 E1 Links (24 E1 Ports) Protection Switching Used to protect upto 8 E1 Links (24 E1 Ports), point-to-point links and provide an alternate communication route to each E1 Link between any two E1 points, in the event of the failure of the primary (Main) E1 communication route. Data Sheet (PDF)
16 E1 Links (48 E1 Ports) Protection Switching Used to protect upto 16 E1 Links (48 E1 Ports), point-to-point links and provide an alternate communication route to each E1 Link between any two E1 points, in the event of the failure of the primary (Main) E1 communication route. Data Sheet (PDF)
8 T1 Links (24 T1 Ports) Protection Switching Used to protect upto 8 T1 Links (24 T1 Ports), point-to-point links and provide an alternate communication route to each T1 Link between any two T1 points, in the event of the failure of the primary (Main) T1 communication route. Data Sheet (PDF)
16 T1 Links (48 T1 Ports) Protection Switching Used to protect upto 16 T1 Links (48 T1 Ports), point-to-point links and provide an alternate communication route to each T1 Link between any two T1 points, in the event of the failure of the primary (Main) T1 communication route. Data Sheet (PDF)
E1 Failover (Protection) Switch E1 Fail-Over (E1 Protection) Switch (12 E1 Ports – 4 Links) allows the user to connect a single E1 line from the telephone company to an “active”, as well as to a “standby” E1 terminal, such as data server / router etc. at the customer premises. Data Sheet (PDF)
T1 Failover (Protection)  Switch T1 Fail-Over (T1 Protection) Switch (12 T1 Ports – 4 Links) allows the user to connect a single T1 line from the telephone company to an “active”, as well as to a “standby” T1 terminal, such as data server / router etc. at the customer premises. Data Sheet (PDF)
DS3 Failover (Protection) Switch DS3 Fail-Over (DS3 Protection) Switch allows the user to connect a single DS3 line from the telephone company to an “active”, as well as to a “standby” DS3 terminal, such as data server / router etc., at the customer premises. In the event of the failure of the data server / router connected to the “A / active” port of the DS3 Protection (Fail-Over) Switch, it shall automatically switch and connect the DS3 line from the telephone company to the data server / router on the “B / standby” port. Data Sheet (PDF)
E3 Failover (Protection) Switch E3 Fail-Over (E3 Protection) Switch allows the user to connect a single E3 line from the telephone company to an “active”, as well as to a “standby” E3 terminal, such as data server / router etc., at the customer premises. In the event of the failure of the data server / router connected to the “A / active” port of the E3 Protection (Fail-Over) Switch, it shall automatically switch and connect the E3 line from the telephone company to the data server / router on the “B / standby” port. Data Sheet (PDF)
E1 and T1 Automatic Protection Switching equipment and solutions:Application Note: 8/16 E1/T1 Links (24/48 E1/T1 Ports), 1+1 Automatic Protection Switching Equipment: This equipment is to be used when the customer wants to use two different E1/T1 links of the network to establish a 1+1 redundant path to ensure continued E1/T1 service bewteen two points even if one of the network E1/T1 link fails. Example – the customer may want to use E1/T1 Optical Fiber and an E1/T1 Radio link and to provide an ACTIVE and a STANDBY link between a BSC and a BTS so that when the E1/T1 Optical Fiber (ACTIVE) link goes down the STANBY / REDUNDANT E1/T1 Radio link automatically  gets connected to provide continued connectivity and service between the BSC and the BTS. This example is also illustrated in the product data sheets for the respective products, provided above.

Product Overview – E1 Protection / E1 Redundancy (Fail-Over) Switch:

Application Note: The E1/T1 Fail-Over Switch should be used when the customer is using a single E1/T1 link to provide protection equipment to the customers premises by using one E1/T1 ACTIVE and one E1/T1 STANDBY equipment (such as a ROUTER or a PBX). The E1/T1 Failover Switch shall automatically switch the E1/T1 that is being received from the telephone company between the ACTIVE E1/T1 equipment and the STANDBY E1/T1 equipment. Should the ACTIVE E1/T1 equipment go bad or be removed from service, the E1/T1 link from the telephone company automatically gets switched to the STANDBY E1/T1 equipment without any customer or user intervention.

Product Overview – E1 Fail-Over (E1 Protection) Switch:

Valiant’s E1 Fail-Over (E1 Protection) Switch (12 E1 Ports – 4 Links) allows the user to connect a single E1 line from the telephone company to an “active”, as well as to a “standby” E1 terminal, such as data server / router etc. at the customer premises.

How it works:
In the event of the failure of the data server / router connected to the “A / active” port of the E1 Protection (Fail-Over) Switch, it shall automatically switch and connect the E1 line from the telephone company to the data server / router on the “B / standby” port. This ensures minimum downtime – which would have otherwise   occurred due to equipment failure connected to the “A / active” port. This equipment may be used to enhance the reliability and the efficiency of the customer’s data network.>

  • E1 Protection (Fail-Over)

  • E1 Protection (Fail-Over)

Product Overview – T1 Fail-Over (T1 Protection) Switch

Valiant’s T1 Fail-Over (T1 Protection) Switch (12 T1 Ports – 4 Links) allows the user to connect a single T1 line from the telephone company to an “active”, as well as to a “standby” T1 terminal, such as data server / router etc. at the customer premises.

How it works:
In the event of the failure of the data server / router connected to the “A / active” port of the T1 Protection (Fail-Over) Switch, it shall automatically switch and connect the T1 line from the telephone company to the data server / router on the “B / standby” port. This ensures minimum downtime – which would have otherwise   occurred due to equipment failure connected to the “A / active” port. This equipment may be used to enhance the reliability and the efficiency of the customer’s data network.

  • T1 Protection (Fail-Over)
  • T1 Protection (Fail-Over)