q70 LBR

Access and manage your Zigbee IPv6 PAN from anywhere on the Internet using standard TCP/IPv6 protocols.

Our Local Border Routers provide M2M connectivity between Ethernet based IPv6 networks and 802.15.4 based Zigbee IPv6 mesh networks.

Q70 LBR

The Q70 is a compact Zigbee-IP border router, designed to seamlessly forward IPv6 traffic between the outside world on an Ethernet link and a Zigbee-IP wireless network. The Q70 uses a Linux network stack and Exegin’s tested Zigbee-IP components to provide one of the most reliable Zigbee-IP border routers available today.

Installation of the Q70 is quick and easy with Gecko, a Windows application for discovering Exegin devices on your network. Once your Q70 has been found, a customizable web-page interface, through an on-board HTTP server, allows for easy network configuration and viewing of important diagnostic information.

Feature Set:

  • Web-page User Interface — layout and company logo can be easily changed.
  • Telnet User Interface — provides various diagnostic commands (e.g. “ping6”).
  • User password authentication (two accounts “root” and “guest”)
  • Upgradeable
  • Dual IPv4 and IPv6 support on the Ethernet side.
  • DHCP/IPv4 client on Ethernet side.
  • DNS Resolver
  • TLS 1.2
  • Multicast forwarding in and out of Zigbee-IP networks.
  • Simple web-client for testing a Zigbee-IP network and/or Smart Energy 2.0.
  • HTTP/S Server — can be accessed from Ethernet and Zigbee-IP networks.
  • Simple commands to listen and/or send data on UDP or TCP ports for testing Zigbee-IP networks.
  • Can be powered via Power over Ethernet (PoE) or USB.
  • Atmel G20 ARM 9 MCU and RF231 2.4GHz and RF212 sub-GHz transceivers.
  • Linux Stack
  • Zigbee-IP Stack:
    • 6LoWPAN Compression — supporting the latest compression technology.
    • 6LoWPAN Neighbor Discovery — supporting address registration and Unreachability Detection.
    • Routing Protocol for Low power and Lossy Networks (RPL) — supporting RPL source-routing and objective functions 0 and 1.
    • Mesh Link Establishment protocol (MLE)
    • PANA Authentication Server — supporting PSK and Certificate based authentication.
    • Meshed Multicast Forwarding using the trickle-multicast mechanism.
    • Sub-GHz and 2.4GHz radio support.