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Deploying Sandvine in Satellite Networks

The Sandvine solution in satellite involves positioning the Policy Traffic Switch (PTS) after the Internet gateway or the Satellite Modem Termination System (SMTS). The gateway Earth Station is also referred to as a ground station, teleport, or hub. In short, the gateway receives radio wave signals from the satellite on the last leg of the return or upstream payload, carrying the request originating from the end-user’s site. The satellite modem at the gateway location demodulates the incoming signal from the outdoor antenna into IP packets and sends the packets to the local network. Access server/gateways manage traffic transported to/from the Internet. Once the initial request has been processed by the gateway’s servers, sent to and returned from the Internet, the requested information is sent back as a forward or downstream payload to the end-user via the satellite, which directs the signal to the subscriber terminal. Each Gateway provides the connection to the Internet backbone for the gateway spot-beam(s) it serves. The system of gateways comprising the satellite ground system provides all network services for satellite and corresponding terrestrial connectivity. Each gateway provides a multiservice access network for subscriber terminal connections to the Internet.

Deploying Sandvine in Satellite Networks

UPDATED : 2016-08-17 10:02:44