Patton Electronics Co. Datasheets for Network Bridges

Network bridges connect network segments so that devices on both segments can communicate as if they were part of the same network. The centralize network administration and are easier to configure than network routers, which require IP addressing for each computer on each segment.
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Product Name Notes
Compact Ethernet-over-E1 Bridge -- Model 2701/I Remote Router Porting with Patton's Ethernet-over-E1 Bridge Patton Electronics introduces a new way of interconnecting remote branches to a Main Office LAN using the Model 2701/I Ethernet-over-E1 Bridge. Called "Remote...
ipRocketLink™ Bridge/Router -- Model 3087 Model 3087 ipRocketLink bridge/router redefines access and sets the new standard for customer premise equipment. Based on European Telecommunications Standardization Institute (ETSI) and International Telecommunications Union (ITU) G.SHDSL G.991.2 standard,...
Compact Ethernet-over-T1 Bridge -- Model 2720/I Patton Electronics introduces a new way of interconnecting remote branches to a Main Office LAN using the Model 2720/I Ethernet-over-T1 Bridge. Called "Remote Router Porting" (RRP), it offers network managers...
Ethernet MicroBridge -- Model 2121
Ethernet MicroBridge -- Model 2124
Ethernet MicroBridge -- Model 2130
Ethernet MicroBridge -- Model 2135
Ethernet MicroBridge -- Model 2135C
The Patton Ethernet MicroBridge provides a cost-effective solution for connecting multiple local or remote network segments. The Patton MicroBridges feature a wide variety of serial interfaces to make your WAN...