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2011-12-13
Edge-Core Networks Obtains IPv6-Ready Phase II Logo First SMC CPE to certification

Hsinchu, Taiwan – 13 December, 2011. Edge-Core Networks Corporation (www.edge-core.com), a professional networking solution provider offering a complete range of enterprise-level and service provider/carrier Ethernet networking equipment and services to customers and partners around the world, today announced SMC7904WBRA-N2, a high performance wireless ADSL2 / ADSL2+ router, has been certificated for the IPv6-Ready Phase II Logo. This makes it the first SMC CPE router to get IPv6 certification.  

The IPv6 Forum IPv6 Ready Logo program is a conformance and interoperability-testing program intended to increase user confidence by demonstrating that IPv6 is available now and is ready to be used.

The Phase II logo expands the "core IPv6 protocols" test coverage to approximately 450 tests and adds new extended test categories. The Phase II Gold logo verifies optimum compliance after the complete series of tests, including the "MUST" and the recommended "SHOULD" parameters for the IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force) specifications testing. The Phase II logo extended test categories include: For more information about the IPv6 Ready Logo program, please visit: http://www.ipv6ready.org/.

The certified product, the SMC7904WBRA-N2, is a high performance 802.11n wireless ADSL2 / ADSL2+ router/gateway with 4 built-in 10/ 100 Mbps Ethernet ports and a rich set of features. The IPv6 version, in addition to the Phase II ready IPv6 core stack, provides major and advanced IPv6 features including IPv6 over PPP, IPv6CP, and DHCPv6 Client/ Server/ Relay. It is an ideal CPE router for all possible IPv6 deployments.

 

Key Features of the SMC7904WBRA-N2 include:

  • Support for USB Storage

Users can access their files from wired and wireless connections.

  • 5 dBi Detachable Antennas

High signal strength increased to enable users to reach an access point even at longer distances without any partition.

  • Multiple SSIDs (Service Set Identifier)

Allow different access control and security for different Wi-Fi networks. The router can provide separate Wi-Fi networks for private and public use without sacrificing the security.