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OptiX Metro 100

System Description Contents

Contents

1 Location in Networks 1-1

2 Equipment Functionality 2-1


2.1 New Fuctions 2-1
2.2 Functions 2-1
2.2.1 High Integration 2-1
2.2.2 Low Power Consumption 2-1
2.2.3 Easy and Flexible Installation 2-1
2.2.4 Multi-service Access Capability 2-2
2.2.5 Network Level Protection 2-2
2.2.6 Multiple Management Modes 2-2
2.2.7 NM Information Exchange with the Third-Party Equipment 2-2
2.2.8 Multiple Power Inputs 2-2
2.2.9 Uniform Alarm Management 2-2
2.2.10 SSM Management 2-2
2.2.11 Rich Diagnostic Approaches 2-3
2.2.12 In-Service Software Upgrade 2-3
2.2.13 Easy operation and maintenance 2-3
2.2.14 Easy Commissioning 2-4

3 Equipment Architecture 3-1


3.1 Hardware Architecture 3-1
3.1.1 Appearance 3-1
3.1.2 Hardware Configuration 3-2
3.1.3 Front Panel 3-4
3.2 System Architecture 3-7
3.2.1 STM-1 Line Unit 3-7

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3.2.2 E1 Tributary Unit 3-8


3.2.3 Ethernet Unit 3-8
3.2.4 Cross-Connect Unit 3-9
3.2.5 Clock Unit 3-9
3.2.6 SCC Unit 3-10
3.2.7 Power Unit 3-10

4 Networking Application 4-1


4.1 Network Topology 4-1
4.1.1 Independent Networking 4-1
4.1.2 Hybrid Networking 4-1
4.2 Exchanging NM Informatin with the Third Party Equipment 4-3
4.2.1 Extended D Byte 4-3
4.2.2 TP4(OSI over DCC) 4-3
4.3 IP Over DCC 4-4
4.4 SNMP 4-5
4.5 Network-Level Protection 4-7
4.5.1 Linear Multiplex Section Protection 4-7
4.5.2 Sub-network Connection Protection (SNCP) 4-7
4.6 Ethernet Service Transparent Transmission 4-7
4.6.1 Networking Application 4-8
4.6.2 Realization Mode 4-9

5 Technical Specifications 5-1


5.1 Equipment Parameters 5-1
5.2 Optical Interface Performance 5-1
5.2.1 STM-1 Optical Interface 5-1
5.2.2 1000M Ethernet Optical Interface 5-2
5.3 PDH Electrical Interface Performance 5-3
5.4 Ethernet Service Performance 5-3
5.4.1 10M/100M Ethernet Service Performance 5-3
5.4.2 1000M Ethernet Service Performance 5-3
5.5 Power Supply Index 5-5
5.6 Environment Index 5-5
5.7 EMC Index 5-5
5.8 Availability 5-5

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System Description Figures

Figures

Figure 1-1 Location of the OptiX Metro 100 in a transport network 1-1
Figure 3-1 Appearance of the OptiX Metro 100 (–48 V/–60 V DC input + 1 STM-1 + E1) 3-1
Figure 3-2 Appearance of the OptiX Metro 100 (–48 V/–60 V DC input + 2 STM-1 + E1 + 10M/100M) 3-1
Figure 3-3 Appearance of the OptiX Metro 100 (-48 V/-60 V DC input + 2 STM-1 + E1 + 1000M) 3-2
Figure 3-4 Front panel of the OptiX Metro 100 (DC input+E1+FE) 3-4
Figure 3-5 Front panel of the OptiX Metro 100 (DC input+E1+GE) 3-4
Figure 3-6 OptiX Metro 100 system architecture 3-7
Figure 4-1 Chain network composed of the OptiX Metro 100 4-1
Figure 4-2 Ring network composed of the OptiX Metro 100 4-1
Figure 4-3 Hybrid networking with other equipment 4-2
Figure 4-4 Hybrid networking through extended DCC byte 4-3
Figure 4-5 Managing the OptiX equipment by OSI DCN 4-3
Figure 4-6 Managing the OptiX equipment by the OSI network of other venders’ equipment 4-4
Figure 4-7 Managing other venders’ equipment by the OptiX equipment 4-4
Figure 4-8 Third party equipment transparently transmitting NM information 4-5
Figure 4-9 Transparently transmitting third party NM information 4-5
Figure 4-10 Connecting SNMP NM with NE through IP 4-6
Figure 4-11 SNMP NM manages remote OptiX Metro 100 through IP transparent transmission 4-7
Figure 4-12 Ethernet service transparent transmission 4-9

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System Description Tables

Tables

Table 3-1 Configuration for accessing a single service 3-2


Table 3-2 Configurations for accessing E1 service and 10M/100M Ethernet service simultaneously 3-3
Table 3-3 Configurations for accessing1000M Ethernet service 3-3
Table 3-4 Interfaces on the front panel 3-4
Table 3-5 LCD and buttons on the front panel 3-5
Table 3-6 Indicator on the front panel 3-5
Table 3-7 Comparison of SL1, SD1, SFP, SB1, and SB2 3-8
Table 3-8 Number of clock sources provided by different equipment types 3-10
Table 5-1 Hardware parameters of the OptiX Metro 100 5-1
Table 5-2 STM-1 optical interface performance 5-1
Table 5-3 1000M Ethernet optical interface performance 5-2
Table 5-4 E1 electrical interface performance 5-3
Table 5-5 10M/100M Ethernet service performance 5-3
Table 5-6 1000M Ethernet service performance 5-4
Table 5-7 Power supply parameters 5-5
Table 5-8 Environment index 5-5

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System Description 1 Location in Networks

1 Location in Networks

Serving as the network terminal unit of transport networks, the OptiX Metro 100
provides STM-1 optical interfaces to access E1 services, 10M/100M and 1000M
Ethernet services.
Figure 1-1 illustrates the location of the OptiX Metro 100 in a transport network.

OptiX 10G(Metro OptiX OSN 9500 OptiX 10G(Metro


5000) 5000)

Backbone
layer

OptiX 2500+(Metro OptiX 2500+(Metro


3000) 3000)
Convergence
layer

OptiX 155/ OptiX 155/


622H(Metro 1000) 622H(Metro 1000)

Access layer

OptiX Metro 500 OptiX Metro 500


Network
OptiX Metro 100 OptiX Metro 100 terminal unit

Switching /
Ethernet
Base Station

Figure 1-1 Location of the OptiX Metro 100 in a transport network

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2 Equipment Functionality

This chapter introduces the functions provided by the OptiX Metro 100.
2.1 New Fuctions
Compared with the OptiX Metro 100 V100R001, V100R002 has the following new
functions:
n Supporting gigabit Ethernet (GE) service
n Supporting linear multiplex section protection
n Supporting IP over DCC
n Supporting simple network management protocol (SNMP)
2.2 Functions
2.2.1 High Integration
The OptiX Metro 100 is designed in case shape, with the height being 1U. The
dimensions of the chassis are 436 mm (W) x 200 mm (D) x 42 mm (H).
Except the power module, all the other functional units are integrated into one circuit
board only.
2.2.2 Low Power Consumption
The normal power consumption of the OptiX Metro 100 is about 15 W, no need for
fans. (If a Gigabit Ethernet processing module is configured to the equipment, its
power consumption is about 20 W.)
2.2.3 Easy and Flexible Installation
The OptiX Metro 100 features easy and flexible installation. According to the
installation environment, you can install the OptiX Metro 100:
n In the ETSI 300 mm cabinet or ETSI 600 mm cabinet.
n In the 19-inch cabinet.
n On the wall.

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n Outdoors.
n On the desktop.
2.2.4 Multi-service Access Capability
The OptiX Metro 100 can access:
n 8 x E1 services.
n 4 x 10M/100M services.
n 1 x 1000M service.
n 1/2 x STM-1 services.
2.2.5 Network Level Protection
When the OptiX Metro 100 is ADM equipment, it can provide the following protection
schemes for the services:
n Sub-network connection (SNC) protection
n 1+1 linear multiplex section protection
n 1:1 linear multiplex section protection
2.2.6 Multiple Management Modes
The OptiX Metro 100 can be managed by:
n OptiX iManager T2000 network management system.

n Web-LCT local management system.


n LCD control panel.
2.2.7 NM Information Exchange with the Third-Party Equipment
The OptiX Metro 100 exchanges NM information with the third-party equipment
through the following approaches:
n D1–D3 or D4–D12 bytes ECC communication.

n TP4 (OSI over DCC)


n IP over DCC
n Simple network management protocol (SNMP)
2.2.8 Multiple Power Inputs
The OptiX Metro 100 supports the following power inputs:
n 100 V/240 V AC
n –48 V/–60 V DC
n +24 V DC
2.2.9 Uniform Alarm Management
The OptiX Metro 100 provides three Boolean input interfaces to uniformly manage the
alarms and external monitoring equipment. The OptiX Metro 100 also provides one
Boolean output interface to output alarms to the centralized alarm system.
2.2.10 SSM Management
The OptiX Metro 100 supports:

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n Standard synchronization status message (SSM).


n Extended SSM.
2.2.11 Rich Diagnostic Approaches
The OptiX Metro 100 supports the following diagnostic approaches:
n Outloop on STM-1 ports.
n Inloop and outloop of VC4 path.
n Inloop and outloop of VC3 path for Ethernet service.
n Inloop and outloop on E1 ports.
n Inloop of Ethernet port.
n According indicators.
n According equipment power-down alarm.
n According LCD control panel.
n Test frames on the SDH line for make/break test of Ethernet services.
n Fault diagnosis.
2.2.12 In-Service Software Upgrade
The OptiX Metro 100 supports in-service upgrade and remote loading of NE software.
2.2.13 Easy operation and maintenance
The OptiX Metro 100 provides an LCD control panel and a Web-LCT configuration
tool to ease operation and maintenance.

1. LCD Control Panel


You can operate the OptiX Metro 100 through the LCD control panel. Operations
supported by the LCD control panel are as follows.
n Query and set NE ID and IP address.
n Provide default configuration for the OptiX Metro 100 with single optical interface.
n Query and set the working mode and enabled/disabled status of Ethernet ports.
n Query and set loopback on E1 ports and Ethernet ports.
n Query and set clock source priority.
n Query critical alarms.
n Query the impedance of E1 ports.
n Query equipment version.
n Query the current clock source.
n Start hardware self-check and query the result.
n Start fault diagnosis and query the result.

2. Web-LCT
The OptiX Metro 100 provides the Web-LCT (Local Craft Terminal) software. The
software offers good management and configuration functions, with simple interface
design and parameter input. It also provides the service configuration wizard for easier
operation.

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Below are the functions of the Web-LCT:


n Service configuration wizard
n Hardware configuration
n Service configuration
n Ethernet management
n Alarm query
n Performance operation
n SNC protection management
n Clock configuration
n Security management
n Data backup
2.2.14 Easy Commissioning
Through the LCD control panel, the OptiX Metro 100 can start self-check program to
ease the equipment commissioning.

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3 Equipment Architecture

This chapter introduces hardware and software architecture of the OptiX Metro 100.
The product appearance and the description of interfaces, indicators, configuration,
and functional units are given below.
3.1 Hardware Architecture
3.1.1 Appearance
The OptiX Metro 100 allows multiple configuration modes depending on the power
modules and service types. These configuration modes are same in the structure
except the type and amount of interfaces. Figure 3-1 shows the equipment with “–48
V/–60 V DC + 1 STM-1 + E1”. Figure 3-2 shows the equipment with “–48 V/–60 V DC
+ 2 STM-1 + E1 + 10M/100M”. Figure 3-3 shows the equipment with “–48 V/–60 V DC
+ 2 STM-1 + E1 + 1000M”.

Figure 3-1 Appearance of the OptiX Metro 100 (–48 V/–60 V DC input + 1 STM-1 + E1)

Figure 3-2 Appearance of the OptiX Metro 100 (–48 V/–60 V DC input + 2 STM-1 + E1 + 10M/100M)

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Figure 3-3 Appearance of the OptiX Metro 100 (-48 V/-60 V DC input + 2 STM-1 + E1 + 1000M)

3.1.2 Hardware Configuration


The OptiX Metro 100 provides multiple configuration types consisting of different
power modules, optical interface modules, E1 service modules and 10M/100M
Ethernet service modules.
The section below introduces the configurations for a single service and for multiple
services.

1. Accessing Single Service


Table 3-1 shows the configurations supported by the OptiX Metro 100 when accessing
a single service.
Table 3-1 Configuration for accessing a single service
Power Optical interface E1 service module 10M/100M
module module service module
Single-port two-fiber 75 ohm 120 ohm
SC/single-fiber
bidirectional SC
100 V/240 V √ √ – –

– √ –

– – √

–48 V/–60 V √ √ – –

– √ –

– – √

+24 V √ √ – –

– √ –

– – √

2. Accessing E1 Service and 10M/100M Ethernet Service Simultaneously


When accessing E1 services and 10M/100M Ethernet services simultaneously, the
OptiX Metro 100 supports the configurations listed in Table 3-2.

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Table 3-2 Configurations for accessing E1 service and 10M/100M Ethernet service simultaneously
Power Optical interface module E1 service 10M/100M
module module service
Dual-port two-fiber Dual-port 75 120 module
SC/single-fiber two-fiber LC ohm ohm
bidirectional SC (SFP)
100 V/240 √ – √ – √
V
– √ √

– √ √ – √

- √ √

–48 V/–60 √ – √ – √
V
– √ √

– √ √ – √

– √ √

+24 V √ – √ – √

– √ √

– √ √ – √

– √ √

3. Accessing 1000M Ethernet Service


Table 3-3 shows the configurations supported by the OptiX Metro 100 when
accessing1000M Ethernet service.
Table 3-3 Configurations for accessing1000M Ethernet service
Power Optical interface module E1 service 1000M
module module service
Dual-port two-fiber LC (SFP) 75 120 module
ohm ohm
100 V/240 √ √ – √
V
– √ √

–48 V/–60 √ √ – √
V
– √ √

+24 V √ √ – √

– √ √

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3.1.3 Front Panel


As shown in Figure 3-4, the front panel provides interfaces, buttons and indicators for
various purposes. The section below introduces the front panel of the configuration
with “–48 V/–60 DC input + 2 STM-1 + E1 + 10M/100M”.

Figure 3-4 Front panel of the OptiX Metro 100 (DC input+E1+FE)

Figure 3-5 Front panel of the OptiX Metro 100 (DC input+E1+GE)

1. Interfaces
Table 3-4 gives the details about the interfaces on the front panel.
Table 3-4 Interfaces on the front panel
No. Interface Function Connector type
1 Power supply Provide power supply for The connector for the DC
interface the equipment. power is a 4-pin socket.
The connector for the AC
power is a 3-core socket.

2 TX / RX Input/output STM-1 optical SC/LC (SFP*)


signals.

3 10/100BASE-T Input/output 10M/100M RJ-45


(Figure 3-4) Ethernet electrical signals.
*
1000BASE-X/T Input/output 1000M RJ-45 or LC (SFP )
(Figure 3-5) Ethernet optical signals.

4 E1 1–8 Input/output E1 electrical DB44


signals.

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No. Interface Function Connector type


5 NM-LAN Connect with NM system to RJ-45
manage and configure the
equipment.

6 ALARM Provide 3-input and RJ-45


1-output Boolean value.

7 ESD Connect with an ESD wrist –


strap. Always wear an ESD
wrist strap when operating
the equipment to avoid
static damage to it.
SFP*: Small Form-Factor Pluggable.

2. LCD and Operation Buttons


You can configure data for the equipment through LCD and buttons. Table 3-5 gives
the details about the LCD and buttons on the front panel.
Table 3-5 LCD and buttons on the front panel
No. LCD/Button Function
8 Power Power switch, used to power on/off the power supply.

9 LCD Used to show the equipment configuration and query result.

10 Used to configure the equipment and query the configuration.


ESC, , ,
ENT/MENU

11 ACO Audible alarm cut button, used to mute an audible alarm.

12 RST Reset button (RESET), used to reset the equipment.

13 LAMP TEST LED test button. Press down the button, all indicators on the
front panel will be on; release it, all indicators will be renewed
to working state.

3. Indicators
On the front panel, there are indicators for optical signals, E1 service signals and
Ethernet service signals. You can judge whether the equipment is working normally
through these indicators.
Table 3-6 lists the description for each indicator.
Table 3-6 Indicator on the front panel
Indicator Status Description
RUN (running indicator) Flashing five Loading NE software.
times every
second

Flashing three Deleting NE software.


times every

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Indicator Status Description


second

Flashing once NE software lost. Waiting to load NE


every second software.

Flashing once Normal running


every two
seconds

MAJ (major alarm On Critical or major alarm occurs.


indicator)

MIN (minor alarm On Minor alarm occurs.


indicator)

ACO (alarm cutoff On The alarm sound is cut off.


indicator)

LOS (loss of line signal) On R_LOS alarm occurs to STM-1 optical


interface.

E1 1–8 (multicolor Off E1 port is not used.


indicator alerting loss of
E1 signal.) Constantly on, E1_LOS alarm occurs to E1 path.
red E1 1–8 corresponds to eight E1 channels.

Flashing, red Major alarms (not E1_LOS) occur to E1


path.

Constantly on, Minor alarm occurs to E1 path.


orange

Flashing, orange BIPEXC alarm occurs to E1 path.

Constantly on, E1 path is in use and no alarm occurs.


green

RJ-45 LINK On The link connection is normal.


indicator (green)
Off The link is broken or not connected.

ACT Flashing or on Data are being transmitted.


(yellow)
Off No data is being transmitted.

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3.2 System Architecture


For the OptiX Metro 100 accessing multiple services, its system architecture is divided
functionally into the following parts shown in Figure 3-6.
n STM-1 Line Unit
n E1 Tributary Unit
n Ethernet Unit
n Cross-Connect Unit
n Clock Unit
n SCC Unit
n Power Unit

E1 service
STM-1 optical VC-4 VC-4
and Etherne
signal service
Line 4x 4
Tributary
unit VC-4 unit
Cross-
STM-1 optical connect
signal E1 service
unit and Etherne
service

External
pow er Power Clock SCC
unit
supply unit unit

Figure 3-6 OptiX Metro 100 system architecture

3.2.1 STM-1 Line Unit


The OptiX Metro 100 can form different equipment types when configured with
different line units, such as SL1, SD1, SFP, SB1, or SB2.
Supported functions:
n Processes up to two STM-1 signals.
n Provides alarms and performance events for checking line modules.
n Provides inloop/outloop and automatic loop release functions to line signals for fast
fault location.
n Supports laser shutdown (ALS) function.
n Provides single-fiber transceiving and two-fiber transceiving modules for the SC
interface.
n Supports S1.1 optical module, with transmission distance being 15 km.
n Provides SFP optical modules and support LC interfaces. When using the SFP
optical module, you can query the optical module information and laser
performance through the software.
Table 3-7 compares SL1, SD1, SFP, SB1, and SB2.

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Table 3-7 Comparison of SL1, SD1, SFP, SB1, and SB2


Line unit
SL1 SD1 SFP SB1 SB2
Item
Processing
1 x STM-1 2 x STM-1 2 x STM-1 1 x STM-1 2 x STM-1
capability

Dual-fiber Dual-fiber Dual-fiber Single-fiber Single-fiber


Optical receiving receiving receiving receiving receiving
module type /transmitting /transmitting /transmitting /transmitting /transmitting
S-1.1 S1.1 S1.1 S1.1 S1.1

Connector
SC SC LC SC SC
type

3.2.2 E1 Tributary Unit


The OptiX Metro 100 can form different equipment types when configured with
different tributary unit like 75 ohm or 120 ohm PL1S.
Supported functions:
n Processes up to eight E1 signals.
n Collects the alarms and performance events of the VC12 channel.
n Provides inloop/outloop and automatic loop release functions to E1 signals for fast
fault location.
n Extracts the 2 MHz clock of the first E1 signal and send it to the clock unit as the
tributary clock source.
n Provides the interface impedance of 120 ohms or 75 ohms. The impedance of the
interface is defined before delivery and cannot be set on site.
3.2.3 Ethernet Unit
The OptiX Metro 100 cannot support 10M/100M and 1000M Ethernet services
simultaneously. If a 10M/100M Ethernet tributary unit is already configured, then the
1000M Ethernet tributary unit cannot be configured.

1. 10M/100M Ethernet Unit


The OptiX Metro 100 can be configured with the EFT tributary unit to transparently
transmit 10/100M Ethernet service.
Supported functions:
n Supports the transparent transmission of four 10M/100M Ethernet services.

n Supports the generic framing procedure-framed (GFP-F) encapsulation protocol.


n Supports 10M/100M full duplex and auto-negotiation.
n Provides the bandwidth of 1 x VC4 at the SDH side.
n Supports up to 3 x VC3s or 63 x VC12s binding bandwidth.
n Supports VC12-level or VC3-level virtual concatenation.
n Supports link capacity adjustment scheme (LCAS).
n Provides Ethernet port inloop function.

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n Sends test frames in the direction of line to test the make/break status of services.
n Supports the JUMBO frame.

2. 1000M Ethernet Unit


The OptiX Metro 100 can be configured with the EGT tributary unit to transparently
transmit 1000M Ethernet service.
Supported functions:
n Provides 1 x LC 1000BASE-SX/LX/T GE optical interfaces. The interfaces comply
with IEEE802.3z standards.
n Adopts hot-swappable SFP optical interfaces to support a transmission distance of
550 m for multimode fiber and 10 km for single-mode fiber.
n Supports encapsulation modes generic framing procedure-framed (GFP-F), link
access procedure-SDH (LAPS) and high level data link control (HDLC).
n Supports link capacity adjustment scheme (LCAS) to dynamically
increase/decrease and protect bandwidth.
n Provides the bandwidth of 1 x VC4 at the SDH side.
n Supports VC12-level or VC3-level virtual concatenation.
n Supports up to 3 x VC3s or 63 x VC12s binding bandwidth.
n Supports 1000M full duplex.

3.2.4 Cross-Connect Unit


The cross-connect unit (XCS) is a functional unit necessarily configured for various
OptiX Metro 100 equipment types.
Supported functions:
n Provides the service grooming capability of the add/drop multiplexer (ADM).
n Supports 4 x 4 VC4s full cross-connect, 12 x 12 VC3s full cross-connect and 252 X
252 VC12s full cross-connect.

3.2.5 Clock Unit


The clock unit (STGA or STGT) is a functional unit necessarily configured for various
OptiX Metro 100 equipment types.
Supported functions:
n Provides clock synchronization for the STM-1 line unit, E1 tributary unit and
Ethernet tributary unit.
n Locks the line clock of the STM-1 line unit or the tributary clock source of the E1
tributary unit.
n Provides four clock sources: two line clock sources, one tributary clock source and
one internal clock source.
n When the OptiX Metro 100 is configured as an ADM, supports the locked mode,
holdover mode and free-run mode.
n When the OptiX Metro 100 is configured as a terminal multiplexer (TM), and clock
unit is STGT, the clock supports the locked mode and free-run mode.

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n When the OptiX Metro 100 is configured as a terminal multiplexer (TM), and clock
unit is STGA, the clock supports locked mode, holdover mode and free-run mode.
n Provide multiple clock sources. Table 3-8 shows the number of clock sources provided
by different equipment types.
Table 3-8 Number of clock sources provided by different equipment types
Equipment type Number of clock sources
Single optical interface + E1 3 clock sources: 1 line clock source, 1 tributary clock
tributary unit source, and 1 internal clock source.

Single optical interface + 2 clock sources: 1 line clock source and 1 internal clock
Ethernet tributary unit source.

Dual optical interfaces + E1 4 clock sources: 2 line clock sources, 1 tributary clock
tributary unit source, and 1 internal clock source.

Dual optical interfaces + E1


4 clock sources: 2 line clock sources, 1 tributary clock
tributary unit + Ethernet tributary
source, and 1 internal clock source
unit

Dual optical interfaces + Ethernet 3 clock sources: 2 line clock sources and 1 internal clock
tributary unit source

3.2.6 SCC Unit


The SCC unit is a functional unit necessarily configured for various OptiX Metro 100
equipment types.
Supported functions:
n Provides Ethernet management interface, through which the NM system manages
and configures the equipment.
n Provides data communication channels (DCC) to communicate with remote NEs.
n Communicates with the STM-1 signal processing unit, E1 signal processing unit
and Ethernet service signal processing unit, to monitor their alarms and
performances, and report them to the NM.
3.2.7 Power Unit
The OptiX Metro 100 supports 110 V/220 V AC input, –48 V/–60 V and +24 V DC input,
to provide power supply for the service units.

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4 Networking Application

4.1 Network Topology


The OptiX Metro 100 is applied as the network terminal unit of the transport network.
The traffic is light and the networking is simple.
The OptiX Metro 100 may form a network alone, or work with other transmission
equipment, such as the OptiX 155/622H(Metro1000).
4.1.1 Independent Networking
The OptiX Metro 100 supports two types of NE: TM and ADM. It can form chain
networks and ring networks independently, as shown in Figure 4-1 and Figure 4-2.

Figure 4-1 Chain network composed of the OptiX Metro 100

STM-1 Ring

Figure 4-2 Ring network composed of the OptiX Metro 100

4.1.2 Hybrid Networking


The OptiX Metro 100 can work with other transmission equipment in a network, as
shown in Figure 4-3.

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OptiX Metro 100

Figure 4-3 Hybrid networking with other equipment

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4.2 Exchanging NM Informatin with the Third Party Equipment


4.2.1 Extended D Byte
As shown in Figure 4-4, when the OptiX Metro 100 networks with the third party
equipment, NM information can be flexibly configured on D1–D3 or D4–D12 bytes at
the boundary.

OptiX Metro 100 Third party equipment OptiX Metro 100


D1-D3 D4-D12 D1-D3

Huawei NM Thrid party NM

Figure 4-4 Hybrid networking through extended DCC byte

4.2.2 TP4(OSI over DCC)


OSI over DCC means DCC communication using the open systems interconnection
(OSI) protocol stack. This solution can be used for most existing networks without the
need for extra overheads and service channels, thus simplifying the network
architecture and saving network resources for the user.

1. Managing the OptiX Equipment by OSI DCN


Figure 4-5 shows how to manage a network composed of the OptiX equipment by
layer-3 routing function of OSI DCN.

LAN(OSI)
OSI DCN OptiX Ring

T2000

Figure 4-5 Managing the OptiX equipment by OSI DCN

2. Managing the OptiX Equipment by the OSI Network of Other Venders’


Equipment
Figure 4-6 shows how to manage a network composed of the OptiX equipment by
layer-3 routing function of the OSI stack of other venders’ equipment.

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LAN
Other Vender's OptiX Ring
OSI DCN Ring DCC
T2000

Figure 4-6 Managing the OptiX equipment by the OSI network of other venders’ equipment

& Note:
The OptiX equipment can interconnect with other venders’ equipment through
Ethernet (ISO 802.3) or optical interfaces (DCC). To interconnect with the optical
interface, the protocols at the physical layer and the link layer of both parties should be
compatible.

3. Managing other Venders’ Equipment by the OptiX Equipment


Figure 4-7 shows how to manage other venders’ equipment that use the OSI stack by
the routing function of the OSI protocol stack of the OptiX equipment.

LAN
OptiX Ring Other Vender's
OSI DCN Ring
DCC
Other Vender's
EMS

Figure 4-7 Managing other venders’ equipment by the OptiX equipment

4.3 IP Over DCC


The scheme of IP over DCC uses the network layer protocol for NM information
transmission. It is required that the gateway NE, external DCN and element
management system (EMS) all support internet protocol (IP), thus the network
composed of the third-party equipment and that composed of Huawei's equipment
(such as the OptiX Metro 100) can form a DCN.
IP over DCC has two networking topologies:
n The NM information of the OptiX Metro 100 is transparently transmitted through IP
over DCC by the third-party equipment, as shown in Figure 4-8.
n The NM information of the third party is transparently transmitted through IP over
DCC by the OptiX Metro 100, as shown in Figure 4-9.

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Third party
equipment

IP Over DCC
Third party
equipment

Figure 4-8 Third party equipment transparently transmitting NM information

Third party Third party


equipment equipment

IP Over DCC

Third party
equipment

Third party
equipment

Figure 4-9 Transparently transmitting third party NM information

4.4 SNMP
The simple network management protocol (SNMP) is a standard network
management protocol based on user datagram protocol (UDP). The OptiX Metro 100
provides an SNMP-compatible management interface, through which any NM system
that supports SNMP can access and manage the OptiX Metro 100. The interface
enables the OptiX Metro 100 to connect with a third-party NM system.
The following is the SNMP networking and application.

1. Connecting NM with NE through IP


Figure 4-10 shows the connection of SNMP NM and the OptiX Metro 100 through IP.

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Non-
MML/TL1 SNMP NM
SNMP NM

IP network

NM configuration
information

OptiX Metro 100

Figure 4-10 Connecting SNMP NM with NE through IP

The SNMP interface does not transmit/receive NM communication packets through a


communication module. The manager sends requests to UDP port 161; the agent
sends traps to UDP port 162 by default, but you can change it.
To access the OptiX Metro 100, the SNMP NM needs to provision SNMP information
of the NE in advance, and to deliver the information of itself to the NE through
non-SNMP NM or command lines. The information to be delivered to the NE includes
the UDP port of the traps to be sent, reading and writing community name, NM's IP
address and trap version. Thus, the SNMP NM can access the NE directly. Otherwise,
the access will be denied.

2. NM Manages Remote NEs through SNMP Over ECC


Figure 4-11 illustrates how the SNMP NM manages the remote OptiX Metro 100
through transparent transmission of NE IP.

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SNMP NM

IP network

SDH subnet supports IP


transparent transmission

Gateway SDH subnet Remote


NE (support IP over DCC) OptiX Metro 100

OptiX Metro 100


(support IP over DCC)

Figure 4-11 SNMP NM manages remote OptiX Metro 100 through IP transparent transmission

This application requires IP communication between NM and NE, with UDP being the
transport network protocol. Though the OptiX Metro 100 can support IP transparent
transmission, the SNMP still cannot access the remote NE unless all NEs in the
subnet support IP over DCC.
Before accessing the remote NE, it is necessary to provision the NM configuration
information for the NE, as described in the section above. Otherwise, the access will
be denied.
4.5 Network-Level Protection
4.5.1 Linear Multiplex Section Protection
This protection is used in the linear networking mode. The OptiX Metro 100 supports
the 1+1 and 1:1 protections in the point-to-point linear networking. In the 1:1 mode, it
supports to carry extra traffic in the protection system.
The switching modes supported in the 1+1 and 1:1 protections are as follows:
n 1+1: Single-ended/dual-ended switching revertive/non-revertive mode
n 1:1: Dual-ended switching revertive mode
The service switching time for these two protection modes is less than 50 ms specified
in ITU-T Recommendation G.841.
4.5.2 Sub-network Connection Protection (SNCP)
The OptiX Metro 100 supports SNCP as required by ITU-T Recommendation G.841.
Even multiple service switching events occur at the same time, the switching time can
still be less than 50ms.
The OptiX Metro 100 supports the end to end conversion of an unprotected trail to a
SNCP-protected trail, as shown in Figure 4-12.

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A unprotected trail

NE2 NE6
NE1 NE3 NE5 NE7
NE4 NE8

Convert to a unprotected trail


Convert to a SNCP-protected trail
The working trail

NE2 NE6
NE1 NE3 NE5 NE7
NE4 NE8

The protection trail

Figure 4-12 End to end conversion of a unprotected trail to a SNCP-protected trail

An unprotected trail can be converted to an SNCP-protected trail through Trail


Management in the T2000. An SNCP-protected trail can also be converted to an
unprotected trail. Further more, the following operations can be provided at trail level:
n Manual switching to protection path
n Manual switching to working path
n Force switching to protection path
n Force switching to working path
n The wait-to-restore (WTR) time
n Revertive or non-revertive mode
4.6 Ethernet Service Transparent Transmission
When configured with EFT or EGT, the OptiX Metro 100 supports transparent
transmission of Ethernet service. The EFT unit is taken as an example to introduce the
transmission of Ethernet service.

4.6.1 Networking Application


The OptiX Metro 100 configured with the 10M/100M Ethernet service processing
module supports the transparent transmission of Ethernet services.
As shown in Figure 4-13, company A needs to transmit Ethernet services between
NE1 and NE2 through the OptiX Metro 100. Company A can provide 100 Mbit/s
Ethernet electrical interfaces and require a 10 Mbit/s bandwidth.

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MAC1 MAC1

A A

NE 1 NE 2

OptiX Metro 100 Enterprise user

Figure 4-13 Ethernet service transparent transmission

At NE1, the services of company A is accessed through the Ethernet ports (MAC 1),
so is the service at NE2.

4.6.2 Realization Mode

Hardware configuration Realization mode Protection

NE1 and NE2 require the Port routing Depend on the protection
OptiX Metro 100 configured
MAC1 of NE1ïð schemes supported by SDH
with an Ethernet tributary
MAC1 of NE2 equipment
unit.

& Note:
In this example, if GE service is accessed, its transparent transmission is realized in
the same way. The OptiX Metro 100 configured with the 1000M Ethernet tributary unit
can be used.

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5 Technical Specifications

5.1 Equipment Parameters


Table 5-1 gives the weight, dimensions and power consumption of the OptiX Metro
100.
Table 5-1 Hardware parameters of the OptiX Metro 100
Equipment Power Weight Dimensions
consumption
OptiX Metro 100 About 15 W; <4.5 kg 436 mm (W) x 200 mm (D) x 42 mm (H)
About 20 W
(when
configured with
1000M Ethernet
tributary unit)

5.2 Optical Interface Performance


5.2.1 STM-1 Optical Interface
Table 5-2 shows the performance of the STM-1 optical interface.
Table 5-2 STM-1 optical interface performance
Item Performance value
Rate STM-1 155520 kbit/s

Optical module S-1.1

Working wavelength range 1261 nm–1360 nm

Mean launched power –8 dBm to –15 dBm

Minimum extinction ratio 8.2 dB

Minimum sensitivity –28 dBm

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Item Performance value


Minimum overload –8 dBm

Allowable frequency deviation at ±20 ppm


the optical input

5.2.2 1000M Ethernet Optical Interface


Table 5-3 shows the performance of the 1000M Ethernet optical interface.
Table 5-3 1000M Ethernet optical interface performance
Item Performance
Mean launched
Refer to 802.3z
power

Minimum
Refer to 802.3z
sensitivity

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5.3 PDH Electrical Interface Performance


Table 5-4 shows the performance of the E1 electrical interface.
Table 5-4 E1 electrical interface performance
Item Performance value Standards
compliance
Rate 2048 kbit/s –

Code HDB3 –

Allowable frequency 2048 kbit/s±50 ppm ITU-T G.703


deviation at the input

Jitter tolerance at the f1 (20 Hz): ≥18 UI


input f2 (2.4 kHz):≥18UI ITU-T G.823
f3 (6 kHz/8 kHz): ≥1.5 UI
f4 (100 kHz): ≥1.5 UI

AIS signal bit rate at ±50 ppm ITU-T G.703


the output

Mapping jitter at the B1 (f1–f4): 0.4 UIp-p ITU-T G.783


tributary interface B2 (f3–f4): 0.075 UIp-p

Combined jitter at the B1 (f1–f4): 0.4 UIp-p ITU-T G.783


tributary interface B2 (f3–f4): 0.075 UIp-p

System output jitter at B1 (f1–f4): 1.5 UIp-p ITU-T G.823


the tributary interface B2 (f3–f4): 0.2 UIp-p

5.4 Ethernet Service Performance


5.4.1 10M/100M Ethernet Service Performance
Table 5-5 shows the 10M/100M Ethernet service performance.
Table 5-5 10M/100M Ethernet service performance
Item Performance value
Rate 10/100 Mbit/s

Throughput 100%

Packet loss ratio 0

5.4.2 1000M Ethernet Service Performance


Table 5-6 shows the 1000M Ethernet service performance.

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Table 5-6 1000M Ethernet service performance


Item Performance value
Rate 1000 Mbit/s

Throughput 100%

Packet loss ratio 0

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5.5 Power Supply Index


Table 5-7 shows the power supply parameters of the OptiX Metro 100.
Table 5-7 Power supply parameters
Power supply Input voltage range
110 V/220 V AC 90 V to 260 V

–48 V/–60 V DC When the input voltage is –48 V, the allowable voltage is
–38.4 V to –57.6 V.
When the input voltage is –60 V, the allowable voltage is
–48 V to –72 V.

+24 V DC 18 V to 36 V

5.6 Environment Index


Table 5-8 shows the environment index of the OptiX Metro 100.
Table 5-8 Environment index
Environment condition Temperature Humidity
Item
Long-term normal working condition 0℃–45℃ 10%–90%

Short-term* working environment –5℃ to 50℃ 5%–95%


Short-term*: The consecutive working time does not exceed 72 hours and the accumulative working time
each year does not exceed 15 days.

5.7 EMC Index


The electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) design of the OptiX Metro 100 is compliant
with the ETSI ETS EN 300386 recommendations.
5.8 Availability
The availability of the OptiX Metro 100 is 99.999%.

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