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AirLink RJ-11 Gateway
The FCC Sunset Clause allows wireless carriers to shut down their analog networks (AMPS) after February 18, 2008. The Sierra Wireless AirLink RJ-11 IP Gateway enables seamless migration of remote devices currently using the AMPS network for dial-up data transfer.
For remote devices that only have RJ-11 interfaces, the RJ-11 IP Gateway provides dial tone, negotiates standard modem protocols, and establishes a TCP connection to the host over the digital cellular network using an AirLink Raven-X or Raven-E. The RJ-11 IP Gateway also receives incoming connection requests through the Raven-X and appears like an incoming data call to the remote device.
For customers with analog equipment on the host side of the application the RJ-11 Host Gateway will enable seamless migration to digital dellular data networks without replacing host system infrastructure.
The Host RJ-11 IP Gateway provides dial tone to the host and translates the dialed number to the IP address or domain name of the remote Raven-E. It then establishes a TCP connection over the cellular network to that Raven-E. Data is exchanged using TCP/IP packets.
As an Authorized Reseller for Sierra Wireless products, we only advertise MSRP (list price) on Cellular Routers and Gateways (including AirLink RJ-11 Gateway) as part of their MAP (Minimum Advertised Price) policy. To get the actual price of an item, please call one of our Mobility specialists at (714)922-1140.