MRX3 DSL

MRX3 DSL


  • Basic DSL variant
  • VDSL2, ADSL2/2+
  • 5x Ethernet 10/100BT
  • Basic DSL variant
  • VDSL2, ADSL2/2+
  • 5x Ethernet 10/100BT
  • Basic DSL variant
  • VDSL2, ADSL2/2+
  • 5x Ethernet 10/100BT
  • Basic DSL variant
  • VDSL2, ADSL2/2+
  • 5x Ethernet 10/100BT

MRX3 DSL


  • Basic DSL variant
  • VDSL2, ADSL2/2+
  • 5x Ethernet 10/100BT

  • Description
  • Specification

MRX - the flexible power High-performance and convertible for individual solutions

The smart MRX routers combine KRITIS (critical applications) level IT security, state-of-the-art technology, high computing power, sophisticated administration and programmability.

Freedom of design

Changing requirements require flexible solutions. The modularity of the MRX router series allows you to assemble a custom router for each individual application.

Extension options

The basic variants DSL, LTE and LAN are each available in two housing widths and have two digital inputs. Modular plug-in cards (MRcards) with additional interfaces can be added as required. In addition to the standard models, customer-specific MRcards can also be developed.

Future-proof

With the plug-in cards for the MRX router you will also be on the safe side in the future, because we are constantly expanding our range. This means that in the case of technology upgrades, e.g. to 5G, you can expand your router efficiently and at low cost.

Mobile communication (only MRX LTE)
Frequency bands 4G/LTE*: 800, 900, 1.800, 2.100, 2.600 MHz; LTE Cat. 3 (DL: 100 Mbps, UL: 50 Mbps)
3G/UMTS/HSPA: 900, 1,800, 2,100 MHz; UMTS, HSPA+ (DL Cat. 24, UL Cat. 6)
2G/GPRS/EDGE: 900, 1.800 MHz; GPRS/EDGE Class 12
Antenna connection 2x SMA female (2G/3G/4G: Main, 3G: Rx Diversity, LTE: MIMO)
SIM Slot for 1 Mini-SIM card (2FF), locked
Wire-bound VDSL/ADSL communication (only MRX DSL)
DSL standards MRX DSL-A (Annex A):
  • VDSL2 G.993.2 Profile 8a, 8b, 8c, 8d, 12a, 12b, 17a. 30a, VDSL2 Vectoring G.993.5
  • ADSL/ADSL2/ADSL2+ G.992.1 Annex A, G.992.3. Annex A/L/M, G.992.5 Annex A and M, T1.413 MRX DSL-B (Annex B):
  • VDSL2 G.993.2 Profile 8a, 8b, 8c, 8d, 12a, 12b, 17a. 30a, VDSL2 Vectoring G.993.5
  • ADSL/ADSL2/ADSL2+ G.992.1 Annex B, G.992.3. Annex B, G.992.5 Annex B and J
  • DSL connection RJ45 connector
    Router
    Function Up to 5 IP local networks (LAN) or as WAN with both, DHCPv4 and DHCPv6 clients, with static IP addresses, VLAN incl. tags and trunk ports; SLAAC, router advertiser, own DHCPv4 and DHCPv6 server per IP network; static routing, configurable routing priority; dynamic routing OSPF, BGP, RIP, RIPv2, RIPng; net filters: D-NAT, S-NAT, IP/port forwarding, netmapping, DNS relay, dynDNS support; PPPoE for external DSL modem, PPPoA (only MRX DSL); Dual APN: cellular traffic division across 2 APNs - e.g. for separating payload and management data
    Security OpenVPN (client and server), IP filters (stateful firewall) also in VPN tunnel, several VPN tunnels in parallel possible, IPsec, GRE (incl. multi-port), DMVPN, PPTP server
    Redundancy WAN chains: several WAN accesses configurable (prioritised and event-controlled), WAN groups: parallel operation of WAN interfaces or VPNs, several OpenVPN servers, additional redundancy via further MRcards; provider redundancy when using a multi roaming SIM card (see chapter “suitable accessories”)
    Ethernet switch, interfaces
    Ports 5 x RJ45, 10/100 MBit/s, Full/half duplex, Auto MDI-X, 1.5 kV isolation voltage
    Function Each port can be freely assigned to the IP networks, Link up/down detection, configuration port
    Inputs In basic variants: 2 digital inputs, monitorable status, 1x low active, connection to GND, 1x high active, connection to 10 ... 24 V DC, as per EN 61131-2, type 1
    Events (selection) Change: input, Ethernet port, WAN chain, profile, supply input, cellular field strength; timer expiry, firewall violation, login attempt detection, pulse sequence at digital input, counter
    Event-controlled actions (selection) E-mail messages, SMS, SNMP traps, MCIP, start timer, profile switching, connection switching, reset, log out/turn off modem, activate firmware, pulse sequence
    Operation
    Wizards Configuration of connection incl. VPN, adding LAN networks, quick start of icom Connectivity Suite – VPN
    Help Web interface with inline help texts, online help, FAQ, exemplary profiles, plausibility check
    Configuration Local and remote web interface (http, https; with session management), command line interface (CLI), Telnet, SSH, ASCII and binary file (also for backup), configuration management with switchable profiles (event-controlled)
    Indications (LEDs) Power, WAN (Internet connection), Info (configurable), Signal (with cellular radio), DSL (with DSL)
    Authentication Several users, different user roles and rights, RADIUS
    Diagnosis Comprehensive log files, support package, integrated help functions,
    Diagnosis tools: ping, tcpdump, traceroute, DNS lookup, AT commands
    Firmware updates Incremental, fail-safe, automated via update server (http, ftp, https, ftps)
    Edge Computing
    icom SmartBox Linux programming environment: creation of LXC containers for programs and scripts (apps), ARMv7 CPU, 448 MB RAM, 7 GB flash memory
    Additional features NTP client and server, buffered real-time clock
    Supply
    Voltage 12 ... 24 V DC (± 20%), 2 supply connections with changeover detection
    Terminals 5-pin push-in terminal connectors (maintenance free), rigid/flexible conductors up to 2.5 mm1
    Power consumption MRX DSL: typical approx. 6.5 W, max. 8.0 W
    MRX LAN: typical approx. 2.0 W, max. 3.5 W
    MRX LTE: typical approx. 2.5 W, max. 8.0 W
    Ambient conditions
    Dimensions (WxDxH) MRX3: 82 x 88 x 117 mm
    Operating temperature MRX LAN, MRX LTE -30...+75 °C 1
    Operating temperature MRX DSL -25...+60 °C 2
    Humidity 0...95% (non-condensing)
    Approvals & Standards
    Certifications CE, MRX LAN additionally: FCC Part 15 Class B, IC
    EMC Emission: EN 55032 Class B; Immunity: EN 61000-6-2, EN 55024
    Safety IEC/EN 60950, 62368
    Environmental conditions Vibration/shock as per PLC standard EN 61131-2 and EN 60068-2-6, EN 60068-2-27;
    Temperature tests as per EN 60068-2-1, EN 60068-2-2, EN 60068-2-14, EN 60068-30
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