The 6200 ADSL2+ family of endpoints deliver the
required performance for multimedia applications at
very competitive price points. The 6200 ADSL2+
endpoints, in compact form factor, have been
successfully used for residential, business,
in-building deployments such as hotel/motel,
temporary housing, and dormitory-campus
installations for high-speed internet access (HSIA)
and video-on-demand services.
The Paradyne 6200 ADSL2+ endpoints are easily
user-installed. The embedded web-based user
interface is designed to simplify ADSL deployment.
All products provide an Ethernet connection that is
auto-sensing, eliminating the worry about connection
cable type (straight-through vs crossover).
DELT or Dual End Loop Test, is a feature that is
present the 6200 Family of ADSL2+ CPEs. DELT is
primarily used for reactive tests on a loop after a
modem has been deployed—either to help troubleshoot
a line or to capture a baseline of loop
characteristics at the time of installation. Because
DELT is a dual-ended test, it requires equipment
that supports the DELT feature at both ends of the
copper loop. While this prevents DELT from being
used on loops where no CPE has yet been deployed,
DELT in turn offers a deeper set of loop tests, and
can provide very valuable information on the
condition of a copper loop.
Default settings make for a quick and easy
installation that doesn't require any configuration.
The modem, when operating in router mode, support
DHCP Server/Relay/Client, NAPT, as well as RIP,
dynamic routing, port forwarding, and static
routing. For security, firewall functions including
PAP/CHAP authentication and IP filtering are