Madison Technologies introduces the Westermo DR-260, a new ADSL/ ADSL2/ ADSL2+ router featuring a built-in 4-port switch with multiple media options including normal, with PSTN, with 3G, or with 3G and PSTN.
Key advantages of remote access include removing boundaries, eliminating the need for time consuming site visits and providing a network infrastructure suitable for modern day users.
The DR-260 ADSL routers use the Internet to cost effectively inter-connect systems, allowing HMIs, PLCs and sensors among others to communicate with each other.
The optional multiple media interface of the Westermo DR-260 routers ensures high availability for critical applications. Mobile broadband (3G) in conjunction with ADSL protects against digging accidents or other issues that may occur in a wired environment.
With devices connected to the Internet requiring countermeasures against cyber threats, the DR-260 routers protect transmissions against malicious eavesdroppers via encrypted communication tunnels (VPN), access prevention from unauthorised addresses, and extensive logging to detect intrusion attempts.
An advanced and highly configurable firewall allows the unit to be easily set up to only allow valid application data.
The powerful software in the Westermo DR-260 routers allows engineers to easily analyse the data flow, enabling fast troubleshooting of connected devices. The DR-260 with its built-in serial port offers a simple solution of modem replacement, with the benefit of not having to reprogram or change any other component.
Key benefits of Westermo DR-260 routers:
- Industrial remote access using the Internet
- Network resilience to minimise downtime
- Cyber secured Internet access
- A wide variety of solutions to common communication issues