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Logic eEngineer is the Partner of Bharti Airtel for Data Products. Airtel Enterprise Services offers an end-to-end telecommunications solutions portfolio comprising of Voice Services, Mobile Services, Satellite Services, Managed Data & Internet Services, Managed e-Business Services and Managed Customized Integrated Solutions.
 
Proposed Solution
  The Technology:
There are two solutions through which Airtel can provide Internet connectivity to its corporate customers:
 
  Internet Leased Line
A Leased Line is a point-to-point connection between two places, implemented by different transmission media (here through Airtel's own network), which creates one link between its nodes.
A dedicated connectivity is established by creating a logical E1 circuit between Ethernet port of the RSU, Ethernet port of BG-40/BG-20 at our MSU (224,Okhla Phase III, Delhi). The Port at RSU is extended to customer location through LAN extenders (Schmid Make). The Output Interface is Ethernet which would go in the Layer 3 Equipment (Router/ L3 Switch) of the customer
An E1 standard Leased Line provides transmission speed of 2,048 kbps
 
Internet Leased Port
 
A dedicated connectivity is established by creating a logical E1 circuit between Ethernet port of the MUX, to be placed by Bharti Airtel Ltd, at the customer premises and the Ethernet port of BG-40/BG-20 at our MSU (224,Okhla Phase III, Delhi).
Normally in the Internet leased line, pairs of digital Modem with G.703 and V.35 Interfaces for a bandwidth of 64 kbps and an Interface Converter for bandwidth greater than 64 kbps is required but in Airtel's network we will provide an Ethernet output, no such modems are required.
The dedicate Internet access service involves allotting a port of XXXKbps on the Airtel's backbone router. The customer connects to this port through Airtel's already laid network, and gets routed to the World Wide Web through Bharti's internet gateway.
Normally in the Internet leased line, pairs of digital Modem with G.703 and V.35 Interfaces for a bandwidth of 64 kbps and an Interface Converter for bandwidth greater than 64 kbps is required but in Airtel's network we will provide an Ethernet output, no such modems are required.
 
   
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