The bintec R3002 is a powerful and, thanks to its comprehensive
equipment, flexible VPN gateway. The integrated ADSL 2+ modem on
the R3002 supports Annex B (ADSL over ISDN), which is predominantly
used in Germany, as well as the international Annex A (ADSL over
POTS) and its extension Annex M making it suitable for use in many
With its 19-inch metal housing and highly efficient internal
switched-mode power supply the gateway guarantees long-term
reliability in critical corporate applications. This makes the
R3002 ideal for use as a VPN gateway in SMEs and company head
offices. The device has five Gigabit Ethernet ports, which can be
configured for LAN, WAN or DMZ, and comes with a licence for ten
hardware-accelerated IPSec tunnels. Up to 100 additional IPSec
tunnels can also be enabled if licensed. The built-in ISDN BRI
interface can be used as a remote configuration access and as an
ISDN backup interface.
Using functions flexibly
Only a few functions are required to forward data between two
networks. Bintec gateways have features that go far beyond just
routing and allow it to be seamlessly integrated into complex IT
As routing protocols, you can use RIP, OSPF or the Multicast
routing protocol PIM-SM for example, and the comprehensive
multicast support makes the device ideal for use in multimedia and
Even the basic equipment of the bintec R3002 provides a SIP
application level gateway (ALG) for the direct connection of IP
telephones in the network or for registering with a VoIP provider.
The ALG automatically controls the internal firewall making it
easier to configure your VoIP solution.
Thanks to the integrated quality of service, you can prioritise
VoIP traffic over normal internet traffic, for example, and thereby
always ensure sufficient bandwidth for your IP voice connections.
Alternatively you can give normal data traffic priority over e-mail
traffic. The DNS proxy function supports the LAN for address
implementation and the automated IP configuration of PCs is carried
out over an integrated DHCP server.
Remote CAPI is available for the joint use of various ISDN
Comprehensive IPSec implementation
The IPSec implementation integrated in bintec R3002 works not only
with preshared keys but also with certificates. This allows a
public key infrastructure to be created for maximum security. (The
German Federal Office for Information Security also recommends the
use of certificates.)
Furthermore, the bintec IPSec implementation offers support when
creating VPN connections with dynamic IP addresses: Even small
branch offices can be reached without having to be permanently
online. If both VPN nodes only have dynamic IP addresses,
confidential information can continue. The exchange of IP addresses
is carried out either over dynamic DNS providers or directly over
an ISDN connection. The actual dynamic IP address is transferred
either free of charge in the ISDN D-channel or, if this is not
possible, in the B-channel (at cost).
By using IKE Config mode and the bintec IPSec multi user this
offers the opportunity to create and manage IPSec dial-in solutions
for multiple clients with minimal expense and IKE X-Auth (extended
authentication) allows a connection to be secured with a one time
password and thus with the highest level of security.
In addition to the integrated ADSL modem, bintec R3002 offers the
option to use two or even three Ethernet interfaces as additional
WAN interfaces with external DSL modems or cable modems. As a
result, there is not only more bandwidth available, but there is
the opportunity to spread data traffic across individual WAN
connections according to load or data type. Equally, you can use an
additional WAN connection (e.g. SDSL) for the VPN connection of
branch offices and use the integrated ADSL 2+ modem to guarantee
the company's other data traffic.
Our bintec router redundancy protocol (BRRP) allows two devices to
be operated so that they act as a single device in the LAN. Both
devices have their own IP and MAC addresses for each interface as
well as a joint virtual IP and MAC address. This is registered as
the standard gateway for all computers in the LAN. Both of the
switched gateways communicate over the bintec protocol and if
either device fails, the other device automatically takes over the
entire data traffic.
Simple configuration and maintenance
The gateway is configured over the Funkwerk Configuration Interface
(FCI), using the integrated configuration wizards for example. The
FCI is a web-based graphic user surface that you can use from any
PC with an up-to-date Web browser via an HTTP or encrypted HTTPS
connection. It also offers the opportunity to manage the devices
locally and remotely over other configuration accesses such as
Telnet, SSH and ISDN login.
DIME Manager from Funkwerk Enterprise Communications (FEC) is a
free tool for managing FEC devices.
Dime Manager is aimed at administrators who manage networks with up
to 50 devices. The software simplifies the management and
configuration of gateways or access points either individually or
in logical groups.
When developing DIME Manager, simple and efficient operation was
the primary aim. It allows, for example, software updates to be
applied to individual devices or groups of devices simply by drag
and drop. DIME Manager recognises and manages new devices in the
network using SNMP multicasts, in other words independent of their
current IP address.
|DSL Connection Type:
ADSL: (ITU G.992.1 Annex B
G.Lite (ITU G.922.2); ADSL2 (ITU G.992.3
ITU G.992.5 Annex B)
|Firewall Security :
|Ethernet LAN Data Rates:
|Ethernet LAN Ports (RJ-45):
|Storage Temperature (T-T):
-10 - 70 °C
R&TTE 1999/5/EG; <br/>EN 55022; <br/>EN 55024 + EN 55024/A1; <br/>EN61000-3-2; <br/>EN61000-3-3; <br/>EN 61000-4-4; <br/>EN 60950-1; <br/>EN 300 328
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