[VoiceOps] CPEs

Colton Conor colton.conor at gmail.com
Wed Apr 8 21:15:17 EDT 2015

You know not to long ago Adtran enhanced the 3100 line and came out with
the 3140. New from distribution the box cost $400 for the desktop version,
or $450 for the rackmount version. I know this is double your $200 budget,
but its still is a good deal. Has three built in Gig-E ports.

I take that back, the version with VQM and VPN is more like $600.

Anyone know how much bandwidth a 3140 can handle?

NetVanta 3140 Desktop 1700340F1 NetVanta 3140 1700341F1 NetVanta 3140
Desktop with VPN and VQM 4700340F2 NetVanta 3140 with VPN and VQM 4700341F2
VPN and VQM Software Upgrade 1950340F2 19 in. Rackmount Brackets* 1700511F1
19 in. Dual Mounting Tray* 1700508F1 Wall Mount* 1200884G1 Dual Wall Mount*

On Wed, Apr 8, 2015 at 1:14 PM, Brian Knight <ml at knight-networks.com> wrote:

> Hi Brian,
> Not sure if you are aware, but Adtran routers do support centralized
> management through their n-Command product.  Also, n-Command can gather VQM
> stats from the router.
> We have it deployed this way and we're pretty happy with the stats we get
> from it.  It's helped us track down quite a few issues.
> It can be a bit painful to integrate existing routers because there is
> config that must go on the routers to enable central management, so you'd
> need to touch all of your deployed devices to enable.
> n-Command does enable some other things, like config templates and router
> software management, but I'm not too familiar with how well that works.
> Also, Adtrans do support packet capture, though to be honest I've used it
> only once myself.  Not sure if it is supported in the Netvanta 3100 line.
> Hope this helps.
> -Brian
> On Tue, Apr 7, 2015 at 1:56 PM, Brian Taylor <briant at socket.net> wrote:
>> We are currently using the Adtran Netvanta 3100 Series for small SMB
>> hosted pbx locations were we are using someone else's bandwidth (cable,
>> resold dsl, etc), but are looking for something that will give us more
>> insight into the customers connection.  These are mainly in situations
>> where we have the customers host/hq but they have remote sites/workers that
>> need to be on the same HPBX.
>> Any boxes out there that you really like?
>> Would like to have centralized management, packet capture, voice quality
>> monitoring..  sub $200 price point..
>> Thanks in advance,
>> Brian Taylor
>> Socket Telecom, LLC
>> brian at socket.net
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