RG Nets revenue extraction gateway
RG Nets develops and markets an L7 router that we call the rXg. The rXg is designed to be the only thing sitting between a wired and/or wireless distribution infrastructure and the Internet.
The rXg incorporates everything that an operator needs to exert total control over, deliver clear communication to and have complete cognizance on the end-user population. Key features include captive portal, content filtering, deep packet inspection, dynamic VLAN management, interstitial redirection, payload rewriting, property management system integration, transfer quotas, traffic shaping, uplink control and much more.
The true power of the rXg is the way that the various components are integrated. Every feature of the rXg is able to communicate with every other feature of the rXg through the policy engine. For example, consider payload rewriting and deep packet inspection, two capabilities that usually have nothing to do with one another. The rXg enables operators to link these two capabilities in order to deliver rewritten web pages to end-users whose devices exhibit malicious behavior. Another example would be how the rXg window quota mechanism may be configured to select heavy users and then work with the multiple uplink control feature to direct heavy user traffic onto bulk priced, best effort, pipes. Allowing every feature to communicate with every other feature enables operators to connect the modules in ways that we never imagined.
The rXg is a powerful and flexible solution capable of being deployed in a broad spectrum of environments. Operators deploy rXg to exert total control, clearly communicate and have complete cognizance over end-users in nearly every kind of situation imaginable. We have assembled a few examples of the many network topologies that rXg supports.
The rXg is deployed at many of the largest and most challenging environments around the world. Operators have chosen rXg to run the public access Internet networks at the busiest airports, the most highly attended tennis tournaments, the most profitable casinos, and the largest convention centers worldwide.