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UA5000 Universal Access Unit

System Description

HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.


UA5000 Universal Access Unit
V100R011

System Description

Issue 02

Date 2006-11-01
BOM 31026219

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Contents

About This Document.....................................................................................................................1


1 System Overview ..........................................................................................................................1
2 Features and Benefits ...................................................................................................................3
2.1 Multi-Service Access Platform....................................................................................................................... 3
2.2 High-Density Subscriber Line Access ............................................................................................................ 5
2.3 Powerful Service Processing Capabilities ...................................................................................................... 5
2.4 Operable Broadband Video Service................................................................................................................ 6
2.5 Flexible Networking Modes ........................................................................................................................... 6
2.6 Carrier-Class Reliability ................................................................................................................................. 6
2.7 Range of UA5000 Models.............................................................................................................................. 7
2.8 Element Management System ........................................................................................................................ 8

3 System Structure ...........................................................................................................................9


3.1 Cabinets.......................................................................................................................................................... 9
3.2 Frames .......................................................................................................................................................... 10
3.2.1 Rear-Access Frames ........................................................................................................................... 10
3.2.2 Front-Access Frames.......................................................................................................................... 12
3.3 Cards............................................................................................................................................................. 17

4 Service Implementation.............................................................................................................21
4.1 PSTN Voice Services.................................................................................................................................... 21
4.2 Next Generation Voice Services ................................................................................................................... 22
4.3 Broadband Services ...................................................................................................................................... 23
4.4 Private Circuit Services ................................................................................................................................ 24
4.5 Multicast Video Service................................................................................................................................ 24

5 Networking Applications..........................................................................................................25
5.1 Typical Networking Topologies.................................................................................................................... 26
5.1.1 MSTP Networking ............................................................................................................................. 26
5.1.2 SDH+FE/GE Networking................................................................................................................... 28
5.1.3 SDH+STM-1 ATM Networking......................................................................................................... 30
5.2 Typical Application Scenarios ...................................................................................................................... 33
5.2.1 NGN Consolidation............................................................................................................................ 33

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5.2.2 Private Circuit Service........................................................................................................................ 34


5.2.3 Triple Play .......................................................................................................................................... 35

6 Equipment Management ...........................................................................................................37


6.1 Management Through the CLI ..................................................................................................................... 37
6.2 Management Through the EMS ................................................................................................................... 37
6.2.1 Hardware and Software Configuration............................................................................................... 37
6.2.2 Management Functions ...................................................................................................................... 38
6.2.3 Networking Modes Between the N2000 and UA5000 ....................................................................... 41

7 Technical Specifications ............................................................................................................43


7.1 Equipment Parameters.................................................................................................................................. 43
7.1.1 Dimensions......................................................................................................................................... 43
7.1.2 Weights............................................................................................................................................... 44
7.1.3 Running Environment ........................................................................................................................ 44
7.1.4 Power Supply ..................................................................................................................................... 44
7.2 Performance and Capacity Specifications .................................................................................................... 45
7.2.1 System Performance Specifications ................................................................................................... 45
7.2.2 Port Types and Numbers .................................................................................................................... 46
7.3 Port Specifications........................................................................................................................................ 48
7.3.1 STM-1/OC-3c Optical Port ................................................................................................................ 48
7.3.2 100Base-TX ....................................................................................................................................... 48
7.3.3 100Base-FX........................................................................................................................................ 49
7.3.4 1000Base-SX...................................................................................................................................... 49
7.3.5 1000Base-LX ..................................................................................................................................... 50
7.3.6 1000Base-ZX ..................................................................................................................................... 50
7.3.7 E3 ....................................................................................................................................................... 51
7.3.8 T3 ....................................................................................................................................................... 51
7.3.9 ADSL.................................................................................................................................................. 52
7.3.10 ADSL2+ ........................................................................................................................................... 52
7.3.11 SHDSL ............................................................................................................................................. 53
7.3.12 VDSL ............................................................................................................................................... 53
7.3.13 E1 ..................................................................................................................................................... 54
7.3.14 V.35 .................................................................................................................................................. 54
7.4 Standards Compliance .................................................................................................................................. 55

A Acronyms and Abbreviations..................................................................................................61


Index ................................................................................................................................................ i-1

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Figures

Figure 1-1 UA5000 in the overall solution.......................................................................................................... 2


Figure 3-1 HABA frame layout ......................................................................................................................... 11
Figure 3-2 HABC frame layout ......................................................................................................................... 12

Figure 3-3 HABD frame layout......................................................................................................................... 13


Figure 3-4 HABE frame layout ......................................................................................................................... 14
Figure 3-5 HABF frame layout.......................................................................................................................... 15

Figure 3-6 HABL frame layout ......................................................................................................................... 16


Figure 5-1 Single-level MSTP networking........................................................................................................ 27
Figure 5-2 Two-level MSTP networking ........................................................................................................... 27

Figure 5-3 Single-level SDH+FE/GE networking............................................................................................. 29


Figure 5-4 Two-level SDH+FE/GE networking ................................................................................................ 30
Figure 5-5 Single-level SDH+STM-1 ATM networking ................................................................................... 32

Figure 5-6 Two-level SDH+STM-1 ATM networking ...................................................................................... 32


Figure 5-7 Integrated access in NGN ................................................................................................................ 34
Figure 5-8 Private circuit service....................................................................................................................... 35

Figure 5-9 Triple play application ..................................................................................................................... 36


Figure 6-1 Maintaining the UA5000 through the CLI....................................................................................... 37
Figure 6-2 Inband EMS networking .................................................................................................................. 41

Figure 6-3 Outband EMS networking ............................................................................................................... 42

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Tables

Table 2-1 Description of the UA5000 broadband subsystems ............................................................................. 3


Table 2-2 Description of the UA5000 narrowband subsystem ............................................................................ 4
Table 3-1 Specification of the cabinets that can house the UA5000 frame.......................................................... 9

Table 3-2 Description of control cards............................................................................................................... 17


Table 3-3 Description of narrowband line cards ................................................................................................ 18
Table 3-4 Description of broadband line cards .................................................................................................. 19

Table 3-5 Description of broadband and narrowband combo line cards............................................................ 19


Table 3-6 Description of other cards.................................................................................................................. 20
Table 5-1 MSTP networking description ........................................................................................................... 26

Table 5-2 SDH+FE/GE networking description ................................................................................................ 28


Table 5-3 SDH+STM-1 ATM networking description....................................................................................... 31
Table 6-1 Configuration functions of UA5000 NE Manager............................................................................. 40

Table 7-1 Dimensions of the UA5000 cabinets ................................................................................................. 43


Table 7-2 Dimensions of the UA5000 frames.................................................................................................... 43
Table 7-3 Weights of the UA5000 cabinets ....................................................................................................... 44

Table 7-4 The running environment of the UA5000 in different cabinets ......................................................... 44
Table 7-5 Voltage specification of the power supply systems............................................................................ 44
Table 7-6 System performance specifications.................................................................................................... 45

Table 7-7 Types and numbers of the management interfaces............................................................................. 46


Table 7-8 Types and numbers of the network interfaces.................................................................................... 46
Table 7-9 Types and numbers of the user interfaces .......................................................................................... 47
Table 7-10 Technical specifications of the STM-1 optical port ......................................................................... 48
Table 7-11 Technical specifications of the 100Base-TX port ............................................................................ 48
Table 7-12 Technical specifications of the 100Base-FX port ............................................................................ 49
Table 7-13 Technical specifications of the 1000Base-SX port .......................................................................... 49
Table 7-14 Technical specifications of the 1000Base-LX port .......................................................................... 50

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Table 7-15 Technical specifications of the 1000Base-ZX port .......................................................................... 50

Table 7-16 Technical specifications of the E3 port ............................................................................................ 51


Table 7-17 Technical specifications of theT3 port ............................................................................................. 51
Table 7-18 Technical specifications of the ADSL port....................................................................................... 52
Table 7-19 Technical specifications of the ADSL2+ port .................................................................................. 52
Table 7-20 Technical specifications of the SHDSL port .................................................................................... 53
Table 7-21 Technical specifications of the VDSL port ...................................................................................... 53
Table 7-22 Technical specifications of the E1 port ............................................................................................ 54
Table 7-23 Technical specifications of the V.35 port ......................................................................................... 54
Table 7-24 Standards compliance ...................................................................................................................... 55

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About This Document

Purpose
This section describes the related versions, intended audience, organisation, convention, and
update history of this document.

Related Versions
The following table lists the product versions related to this document.

Product Name Version

UA5000 IPMB V100R011


PVMB V100R011
N2000 V200R009

Intended Audience
The intended audience of this document is network planning engineers.

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Organization
This document consists of eight chapters and is organized as follows.

Chapter Description

1 Overview The major applications of the UA5000 in the network


2 Features and Benefits The features of the UA5000 and the services provided by
the UA5000
3 System Structure The structure, including the cabinet, frames, and cards of
the UA5000
4 Service Implementation The broadband and narrowband services provided by the
UA5000
5 Networking The typical network applications of the UA5000
Applications
6 Equipment Management Information on the system management and maintenance
7 Technical Specifications Technical specifications of the UA5000 as well as the
standards the UA5000 complies with
A Acronyms and The anonyms and abbreviations in this manual
Abbreviations

Conventions
Symbol Conventions
The following symbols may be found in this document. They are defined as follows.

Symbol Description

Indicates a hazard with a high level of risk which, if not


avoided, will result in death or serious injury.

Indicates a hazard with a medium or low level of risk


which, if not avoided, could result in minor or moderate
injury.

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not


avoided, could cause equipment damage, data loss, and
performance degradation, or unexpected results.

Indicates a tip that may help you solve a problem or save


you time.

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Symbol Description

Provides additional information to emphasize or


supplement important points of the main text.

General Conventions
Convention Description

Times New Roman Normal paragraphs are in Times New Roman.


Boldface Names of files, directories, folders, and users are in
boldface. For example, log in as user root.
Italic Book titles are in italics.
Courier New Terminal display is in Courier New.

Command Conventions
Convention Description

Boldface The keywords of a command line are in boldface.


Italic Command arguments are in italic.
[] Items (keywords or arguments) in square brackets [ ] are
optional.
{ x | y | ... } Alternative items are grouped in braces and separated by
vertical bars. One is selected.
[ x | y | ... ] Optional alternative items are grouped in square brackets
and separated by vertical bars. One or none is selected.
{ x | y | ... } * Alternative items are grouped in braces and separated by
vertical bars. A minimum of one or a maximum of all can
be selected.

GUI Conventions
Convention Description

Boldface Buttons, menus, parameters, tabs, window, and dialog titles


are in boldface. For example, click OK.
> Multi-level menus are in boldface and separated by the “>”
signs. For example, choose File > Create > Folder.

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Keyboard Operation
Format Description
Key Press the key. For example, press Enter and press Tab.
Key 1+Key 2 Press the keys concurrently. For example, pressing
Ctrl+Alt+A means the three keys should be pressed
concurrently.
Key 1, Key 2 Press the keys in turn. For example, pressing Alt, A means
the two keys should be pressed in turn.

Mouse Operation
Action Description

Click Select and release the primary mouse button without


moving the pointer.
Double-click Press the primary mouse button twice continuously and
quickly without moving the pointer.
Drag Press and hold the primary mouse button and move the
pointer to a certain position.

Update History
Updates between document versions are cumulative. Therefore, the latest document version
contains all updates made to previous versions.

Updates in Issue 02 (2006-11-01)


Fifth commercial release. The updated contents are as follows.

Chapter 3 System Structure


Descriptions of the HABC shelf are added.
Chapter 7 Technical Specifications
Dimensions of the HABC shelf are added

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1 System Overview

With an increasing demand in telecommunications services such as voice, data, video and
multi-media, the need for an access network that can provide multiple large-capacity,
high-speed and high-quality services has become imperative.
Huawei UA5000 Universal Access Unit (referred to as the UA5000) allows you to construct an
access network that keeps pace with the technological advances in the fiber access networks,
broadband networks and the evolution of the Next Generation Network (NGN).
The UA5000 meets both the current and the future customer requirements through its advanced
technical features, such as:
! "IP+TDM" bus architecture
! V5 and AG concurrent uplink
! Manageable Triple Play
With these features, the UA5000 helps you to construct a multi-service access network at low
cost.

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Figure 1-1 shows the UA5000 in the overall solution.

Figure 1-1 UA5000 in the overall solution

H.248
PSTN DDN ATM IP

E1(V5) E1 STM-1 FE/GE H.248

Aggregation layer

STM-1/FE
STM-1/FE/GE

MSTP

Access layer

CPE V.24 POTS ADSL LAN


V.35
ISDN ADSL2+
E1
FXO VDSL
VoIP SHDSL

: UA5000 : Softswitch

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2 Features and Benefits

The chapter describes the features of the UA5000.

2.1 Multi-Service Access Platform


The UA5000 consists of the broadband and narrowband subsystems. The control cards of the
broadband subsystem are IPMB and APMB and that of the narrowband subsystem are PVM
and PVU.
You can select any combination of the broadband and narrowband subsystems to fit your needs.

Table 2-1 Description of the UA5000 broadband subsystems


Control card Function Interface description

IPMB Supports: Downstream ports:


! Broadband access ! ADSL
! Broadband private circuit ! ADSL2+
! VDSL
! ATM SHDSL
! FE
Upstream ports:
! FE
! GE
! STM-1
! E3
! T3
! IMA

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Control card Function Interface description

APMB Supports: Downstream ports:


! Broadband access ! ADSL
! Broadband and narrowband ! ADSL2+
private circuit ! VDSL
! ATM SHDSL
! TDM SHDSL
! FE
Upstream ports:
! STM-1
! E3
! T3
! IMA
! E1

Table 2-2 Description of the UA5000 narrowband subsystem


Control card Function Interface description

PVM Supports: Downstream ports:


! IP voice ! POTS
! Legacy voice ! ISDN BRI
! ISDN PRI
! TDM SHDSL
! FE1
! E1
! V.35
! V.24
! Z
Upstream ports:
! FE
! E1

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Control card Function Interface description

PVU Supports: Downstream ports:


! Legacy voice ! POTS
! Narrowband private circuit ! ISDN BRI
! ISDN PRI
! TDM SHDSL
! 2/4-wire VF
! 64 k VF
! E&M
! Z
! FE1
! E1
! V.35
! V.24
Upstream port:
! E1

2.2 High-Density Subscriber Line Access


The UA5000 allows a high-density subscriber line access. The maximum number of ports
provided by UA5000 in a single cabinet is
! 1984 for pure narrowband configuration
! 992 for pure broadband configuration
! 992 for narrowband and broadband combination configuration

2.3 Powerful Service Processing Capabilities


The UA5000 supports TDM, ATM and IP technologies, and features powerful service
processing capabilities.
! The APMB card supports 5 Gbit/s ATM switching capability.
! The IPMB card supports 34 Gbit/s Ethernet switching capability.
! The PVM card supports 8 k x 8 k TDM switching capability.
! The backplane capacity reaches 100 Gbit/s.
! The IPMB card provides two GE upstream ports.
! The IPMB card supports 1024 multicast channels.
! The master frame, slave frame and extended frame are connected through high-speed star
buses.

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2.4 Operable Broadband Video Service


When the UA5000 adopts the IPMB card as its broadband main control card, it supports
multicast protocols and managed multicast for broadband video services.
The features of UA5000 for the multicast services are as follows:
! GE ports for video services and a high-speed extended bus to guarantee non-blocking
forwarding of video streams
! Fast switching between channels
! Channel preview function
! Audience statistics function
! Controlled channel access
! Connection to the Service Management System (SMS)/Operating Support System (OSS)
through the transaction language 1 (TL1) interface on the EMS to support service auto
provisioning
! Guaranteed Quality of Service (QoS) to forward video streams

2.5 Flexible Networking Modes


The UA5000 adapts to various access network scenarios. You can use the UA5000 in complex
topologies and challenging engineering environments.
The UA5000 networking features include:
! Structure: supports the 2-layer structure: (the Optical Line Terminal (OLT) and the
Optical Network Unit (ONU)), and the 1-layer structure (ONU independent).
! Topology: supports the ring, star and tree topologies, or a combination of them
! Broadband upstream interface: supports the ATM and IP upstream interfaces
! Bearing technology: supports the MSTP bearing technology
! Subtending: supports local subtending through a star bus, remote RSU8/RSU4
subtending through the E1 port, and remote ONU60A subtending through the TDM
G.SHDSL port. (The remote ONU device accesses narrowband services only.)

2.6 Carrier-Class Reliability


The UA5000 adopts reliability design in terms of system, hardware and software to ensure the
robustness of the system.

System reliability design


The features of the system reliability design are as follows:
! Redundant backup of the control systems, switching fabrics, clocks, service processing
modules and upstream line cards
! Multiple clock references
! Redundant fan configuration with intelligent control and alarm functions

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! Redundant backup of the primary power supplies and the secondary power supplies. Both
power supplies work in the load-sharing mode. The power supplies support the real-time
monitoring and alarm function, and overvoltage and undervoltage protection.
! Load sharing of the Digital Signal Processing (DSP) resource of the PVM card

Card reliability design


The features of the card reliability design are as follows:
! POTS line card and xDSL line cards with port backup capability. You can switch a faulty
port to the backup port to resume the service.

Software reliability design


The features of the software reliability design are as follows:
! Modularization and platform design
! Advanced design technologies based on the object, error tolerance, error correction and
auto recovery
! Capability maturity model (CMM) compliance

Networking reliability design


The features of the networking reliability design are as follows:
! 1+1 backup of the broadband star bus for local subtending
! MSTP networking to prevent single point of failures
! 1+1 Automatic Protection Switching (APS) protection for the STM-1 ports
! Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP) protection and trunk for FE/GE ports
! Sub-network Connection Protection (SNCP) and Multiplex Section Protection (MSP) of
Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (SDH) ports
! Support of dual homing. One UA5000 can register in two SoftSwitches. If one SoftSwitch
is faulty, the UA5000 switches over to the other. The switchover will not affect the calls in
progress.

2.7 Range of UA5000 Models


The UA5000 provides a wide range of models for a variety of situations.
! Capacities ranging from dozens of ports to thousands of ports
! Indoor and outdoor cabinets for mild and harsh climates
! Large and small sized (cabinet, chassis and desktop) units
! Front-access and rear-access cabinets
! A wide variety of terminals

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2.8 Element Management System


The UA5000 adopts the Huawei iManager N2000 Fixed Network Integrated Management
System as its Element Management System (EMS).
The following describes the features of the Huawei iManager N2000.
! Uniform management mode: The iManager N2000 provides a centralized management
for the narrowband and broadband services of the UA5000.
! Rich interfaces: The iManager N2000 provides various southbound interfaces such as
Telnet, Man Machine Language (MML) and Simple Network Management Protocol
(SNMP) to connect to the managed devices. It also provides standard SNMP and TL1
northbound interfaces to connect to the OSS. The iManager N2000 helps the carriers to
build an integrated and automatic OSS platform at the network layer.
! Security management: The iManager N2000 provides abundant user management and
authentication functions down to the shelves and cards of the managed devices.
! In-service upgrade and maintenance: The iManager N2000 supports the online
reporting of hardware and software versions, supports the in-service upgrade and loading
of card software and host software, as well as the in-service loading and management of
patches.
! Environment monitor: The environmental monitoring unit (EMU) carries out the
real-time monitoring and generates remote alarms with regard to humidity, temperature,
access control sensors and power systems.
! Performance measurement: The iManager N2000 provides the functions to collect,
query and analyze the performance data.
! Uniform management of terminals: the iManager N2000 provides the functions to
configure, test and monitor the ADSL/ADSL2+ and ATM G.SHDSL terminals in
centralized mode. This function helps the carriers to reduce the maintenance cost.

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3 System Structure

This section describes the cabinets, frames and cards of the UA5000.

3.1 Cabinets
Table 3-1 lists the cabinets that can house the UA5000 frame.

Table 3-1 Specification of the cabinets that can house the UA5000 frame
Model Type Frame Max. ports
configuration
POTS ADSL POTS &
only only ADSL
combo

ONU-F01D200 Outdoor, One HABD 384 192 192


front-access
ONU-F01D500 Outdoor, One HABD + 960 480 480
front-access one HABF
ONU-F01D1000 Outdoor, One HABD + 1408 704 704
front-access one HABF +
one HABE
One HABD + 1344 672 672
one HABF +
one HABD
ONU-F02A Indoor, One HABA 960 480 480
rear-access
One HABA+ 1984 992 992
one HABB
One HABA+ 1920 960 960
one HABA
One HABC 384 192 192
One HABC+ 768 384 384
one HABC

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Model Type Frame Max. ports


configuration
POTS ADSL POTS &
only only ADSL
combo

ONU-F02AF Indoor, One HABD+ 960 480 480


front-access One HABF
One HABD+ 1984 992 992
two HABFs+
one HABE
One HABD+ 1920 960 960
two HABFs+
one HABD

3.2 Frames
There are two types of frames. One is a front-access frame and the other is the rear- access
frame. This section describes the frame types.

3.2.1 Rear-Access Frames


There are two models of rear-access frames: HABA (master frame) and HABC (master frame).

HABA frame
! The HABA frame is the master frame of the rear-access UA5000, which stands at a height
of 16 U (1 U = 44.55 mm). The HABA frame can subtend slave frames and aggregate
services from the subordinate frames.
! The HABA frame provides 36 slots, of which 30 are available for line cards and 6 for the
other types of cards. However, if you are using the AIUB and TSSB, you must insert the
AIUB cards and the TSSB card in the positions shown in
Figure 3-1. The remaining six slots are reserved for other types of cards.
! You can insert narrowband line cards and broadband line cards in any of the 30 line card
slots.
! The two narrowband control cards and the two broadband control cards in the frame
support backup in the event of a primary controller failure.
! The HABA frame can use a minimum of one and a maximum of two PWX cards. The two
PWX cards in the frame share the power supply load, and if one PWX fails, the other has
the capacity to dynamically provide the necessary power.
! The HABA can also serve as a slave frame. In this case, the HABA frame is equipped with
only broadband control cards and as many as 30 line cards.

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Figure 3-1 shows the layout of the HABA frame.

Figure 3-1 HABA frame layout

Fan
00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

P P A A T
V V I I S
x x x x U U S
P P x x x x x x x x x
P P / / B B B
W W S S S S S S S S S
M M R R / / /
X X L L L L L L L L L
B B S S x x x
U U S S S
x x L L L

Cable routing area


Fan
18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35

x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x
S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S
L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L

Cable routing area

PWX: Secondary power supply card


xPMB: Broadband control card (APMB/IPMB)
PVx: Narrowband control card (PVU8/PVU4/PVM)
RSUx: Remote subscriber unit (RSU8/RSU4)
AIUB: ATM interface card
xSL: Service line card (ASL/DSL/ADMB/VDLA/…)
TSSB: Test card

HABC frame
! The HABC frame is the master of the rear-access UA5000, which stands at a height of 8 U
(1 U = 44.55 mm).
! The HABC frame provides 18 slots, of which 12 are available for line cards. The TSSB
card must be inserted in the position shown in Figure 3-2.
! You can insert narrowband line cards and broadband line cards in any of the 12 line card
slots.
! The two narrowband control cards and the two broadband control cards in the frame
support backup in the event of a primary controller failure.
! The two PWX cards in the frame share the power supply load, and if one PWX fails, the
other has the capacity to dynamically provide the necessary power.

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Figure 3-2 shows the layout of the HABC frame.

Figure 3-2 HABC frame layout

FAN
00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

P P T
V V S
I I x x S
P P x x x x x x x x x x x
P P / / x
W W S S S S S S S S S S S
M M R R /
X X L L L L L L L L L L L
B B S S x
U U S
x x L

Cabling area

PWX: Secondary power supply card


IPMB: Broadband control card
PVx: Narrowband control card (PVU8/PVU4/PVM)
RSUx: Remote subscriber unit (RSU8/RSU4)
xSL: Service line card (ASL/DSL/ADMB/VDLA/SDLB…)
TSSB: Test card

3.2.2 Front-Access Frames


There are three models of rear-access frames: HABD (master frame), HABE (slave frame),
HABF (extended frame) and HABL (master frame).

HABD frame
! The HABD frame is the master frame of the front-access UA5000, which stands at a
height of 10 U. The HABD frame can be subtended with multiple slave frames, and the
HABD frame can aggregate the services from the subordinate frames.
! The HABD provides 18 slots, of which 12 are available for line cards. However, if you are
using the AIUB and TSSB, you must insert the AIUB cards and the TSSB card in the
positions shown in Figure 3-3. The remaining six slots are for other types of cards.
! You can insert narrowband line cards and broadband line cards in any of the 12 line card
slots.
! The two narrowband control cards and the two broadband control cards in the frame
support backup in the event of a primary controller failure.
! The HABD frame can use a minimum of one and a maximum of two PWX cards. The two
PWX cards in the frame share the power supply load, and if one PWX fails, the other has
the capacity to dynamically provide the necessary power.
! The HABD can also serve as a slave frame. In this case, the HABD frame is equipped with
only broadband control cards and as many as 12 line cards.

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Figure 3-3 shows the layout of the HABD frame.

Figure 3-3 HABD frame layout

Fan
00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

A A T
P P
I I S
V V
x x U U S
P P x/ x/ x x x x x x x x x
P P B B B
W W R R S S S S S S S S S
M M / / /
X X S S L L L L L L L L L
B B x x x
U U
S S S
x x
L L L

Cable routing area


Control & interconnect Line card cable
cable connecting area connecting area

PWX: Secondary power supply card


xPMB: Broadband control card (APMB/IPMB)
PVx: Narrowband control card (PVU8/PVU4/PVM)
RSUx: Remote subscriber unit (RSU8/RSU4)
xSL: Service line card (ASL/DSL/ADMB/VDLA/…)
AIUB: ATM interface card
TSSB: Test card

HABE frame
! The HABE frame is the slave frame of the front-access UA5000, which stands at a height
of 10 U.
! The HABE frame operates under the control of the HABD frame. The HABE frame can be
subtended with the HABF frame.
! The HABE frame provides 18 slots, of which 14 are reserved for line cards and 4 for other
types of cards. You can insert narrowband line cards and broadband line cards as desired.
! The two broadband control cards in the frame support backup in the event of a primary
controller failure. The HABE frame does not have narrowband control cards. The
narrowband line cards in the frame are controlled by the narrowband control card in the
HABD frame.
! The HABE frame can use a minimum of one and a maximum of two PWX cards. The two
PWX cards in the frame share the power supply load, and if one PWX fails, the other has
the capacity to dynamically provide the necessary power.

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Figure 3-4 shows the layout of the HABE frame.

Figure 3-4 HABE frame layout

Fan
00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

A A
P P x x x x x x x x x x x x x x
P P
W W S S S S S S S S S S S S S S
S S
X X L L L L L L L L L L L L L L
B B

Cable routing area


Control & interconnect Line card cable
cable connecting area connecting area

PWX: Secondary power supply card


APSB: Broadband control card for the slave frame
xSL: Service line card (ASL/DSL/ADMB/VDLA/…)

HABF frame
! The HABF frame is the extended frame of the front-access UA5000, which stands at a
height of 10 U.
! The HABF frame operates under the control of either the HABD frame or the HABE
frame. The serving HABD or HABE frame provides the power supply to the HABF frame.
! The HABF frame provides 18 slots. You can insert narrowband line cards and broadband
line cards as desired.

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Figure 3-5 shows the layout of the HABF frame.

Figure 3-5 HABF frame layout

Fan
00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x
S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S
L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L

Cable routing area

Interconnect cable Line card cable


connecting area connecting area

xSL: Service line card (ASL/DSL/ADMB/VDLA/…)

HABL frame
! The HABL shelf, which stands at a height of 10 U, is the mini master shelf.
! The HABL shelf provides 12 slots, of which 6 are available for line cards. You can insert
the narrowband line cards and broadband line cards as desired. The shelf supports up to
three 32-port ADSL/ADSL2+ line cards, three POTS and ADSL/ADSL2+ combo line
cards, or five other line cards.
! The two narrowband control cards and the two broadband control cards in the shelf
support backup in the event of primary controller failures.
! The two PWX cards in the frame share the power supply load, and if one PWX fails, the
other has the capacity to dynamically provide the necessary power.

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Figure 3-6 shows the layout of the HABL frame.

Figure 3-6 HABL frame layout

FAN
00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11
P P T
V V S
I I x x
P P x x x x x S
P P / /
W W S S S S S B
M M R R
X X L L L L L /
B B S S x
U U S
x x L

Cable routing area

Cable connecting area

PWX: Secondary power supply card


IPMB: Broadband control card
PVx: Narrowband control card (PVU8/PVU4/PVM)
RSUx: Remote subscriber unit (RSU8/RSU4)
xSL: Service line card (ASL/DSL/ADMB/SDLB…)
TSSB: Test card

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3.3 Cards
Table 3-2, Table 3-3, Table 3-4, Table 3-5 and Table 3-6 describe the details of the cards used in
the UA5000.

Table 3-2 Description of control cards

Abbr. name Full name Function description

APMB Master frame ATM The APMB card is also called the broadband
service processing control card for ATM signaling.
card The APMB card:
! Controls the broadband line cards
! Provides various types of upstream ports for
broadband services, including IMA E1, ATM
E3, ATM T3 and STM-1 ATM,
! Supports active/standby backup
! Provides the switch fabric and working clock for
broadband services
IPMB Master frame IP The IPMB card is also called the broadband control
service processing card for IP signaling.
card The IPMB card:
! Controls the broadband line cards
! Aggregates and processes broadband services
! Provides GE/FE ports
! Supports active/standby backup
PVM Packet voice The PVM card:
processing card ! Processes the H.248 protocol
! Converts the TDM voice signals into IP packets
! Provides one FE port to transmit the VoIP
service
PVU8/PVU4 V5 interface The PVU8/PVU4 is also called the master frame
processing unit narrowband control card.
The PVU8/PVU4 card:
! Controls the narrowband line cards
! Provides upstream V5 E1 ports for TDM
services
! Provides TDM switch fabric and working clock
for TDM services
! Supports the active/standby backup

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Abbr. name Full name Function description

APSB Slave frame The APSB card:


broadband service ! Controls the broadband line cards in the slave
processing card frame
! Subtends the broadband services with the master
frame
! Supports the active/standby backup
RSU8/RSU4 Remote subscriber The RSU8/RSU4 card:
processing unit ! Controls the narrowband line cards in the remote
subscriber frame
! Subtends the narrowband services with the
UA5000 master frame or the MD5500 frame
! Provides upstream E1 ports for narrowband
services
! Supports the active/standby backup
RSUG Remote subscriber The RSUG card:
processing unit ! Serves the ONU-60A multi-service access unit
! Connects the G.SHDSL interface card on the
central office side to forward the primary and
secondary node signaling
! Manages the secondary nodes

Table 3-3 Description of narrowband line cards


Short name Full name Function description

ASL POTS line card Provides 16 POTS ports


A32 POTS line card Provides 32 POTS ports
DSL ISDN BRI line card Provides 8 ISDN BRI ports
VFB 2/4-wire VF line card Provides 16 2-wire VF ports or 8 4-wire
VF ports
CDI Direct dial-in line card Provides 16 DDI ports
SDL SHDSL line card Provides 4 TDM SHDSL ports and 4 E1
ports
SDLE TDM G.SHDSL line card Provides 8 TDM G.SHDSL ports and 8 E1 ports

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Table 3-4 Description of broadband line cards

Short name Full name Function description

SDLB SHDSL line card The SDLB card supports:


! 16 ATM SHDSL ports
ADLB ADSL line card The ADLB card supports:
! 16 ADSL ports
! a built-in splitter
ADMB ADSL/ADSL2+ line The ADMB card supports:
card ! 16 ADSL/ADSL2+ ports
! a built-in splitter
ADMC ADSL/ADSL2+ line The ADMC card supports:
card ! 16 ADSL/ADSL2+ ports
! A built-in splitter
VDLA VDSL line card The VDLA card supports:
! 16 VDSL ports
! a built-in splitter
! external line test
! CO emulation on port 0
EAUA Ethernet line card The EAUA card supports:
! 8 Ethernet ports

Table 3-5 Description of broadband and narrowband combo line cards


Abbr. Name Full name Function description

CSMB ADSL/ADSL2+ and The CSMB card supports:


POTS combo line ! 16 ADSL/ADSL2+ ports
card
! 16 POTS ports
! a built-in splitter
CSLB ADSL and POTS The CSLB card supports:
combo line card ! 16 ADSL ports
! 16 POTS ports
! a built-in splitter

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Table 3-6 Description of other cards

Abbr. Name Full name Function description

AIUB ATM interface card The AIUB card carries out remote subtending of
the UA5000.
An AIUB card supports:
! 2 STM-1 ATM ports, 2 ATM E3 ports or 2 ATM
T3 ports
! 8 IMA E1 ports through backplane
! 1 + 1 card-level protection
DEHA Circuit emulation E1 The DEHA card supports:
interface card ! 16 E1 ports
! unstructured CES
EDTB E1 trunk card The EDTB card supports16 E1 trunk ports
TSSB Test card The TSSB and TSSC cards are used to test the
narrowband and broadband line cards. TSSC card
TSSC supports Tx and Rx of 1 kHz signal tone.
ESC Environment and The ESC card controls or monitors:
power supply ! temperature
monitor card
! humidity
! door sensor
! fan status
! battery status
! power supply status
This card reports the above information to the
control card through a serial port.
PWX Secondary power The PWX card occupies one slot. A frame can use
supply card a minimum of one and a maximum of two PWX
cards. The PWX cards support inter-card and
inter-frame load-sharing.

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4 Service Implementation

The UA5000 supports multiple services including voice, broadband and private circuit through
different main control cards. The PVM or PVU card supports the voice and narrowband private
circuit services, the APMB or IPMB card supports the broadband access and broadband private
circuit services, and the PVM card supports the Voice over IP (VoIP) services.

4.1 PSTN Voice Services


The UA5000 supports the standard V5.1 and V5.2 protocols, and provides E1 ports to connect
to Local Exchanges (LEs) to access PSTN services.
The major features of the PSTN voice service are as follows:

POTS
The UA5000 provides POTS ports to support the access of analog subscribers and PBXs. The
UA5000 supports supplementary services such as Central Exchange (CENTREX) and Caller
Identification Display (CID).

ISDN
The UA5000 provides ISDN BRI (2B+D) ports and ISDN PRI (30B+D) ports, and supports
various N-ISDN services, including:
! Video conferencing
! Videotext
! G4 facsimile
! E-mail
! Data retrieval
! LAN interconnection
! Internet access

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The UA5000 also supports ISDN supplementary services. These ISDN supplementary services
include:
! Direct dial-in (DDI)
! Multi-subscriber number (MSN)
! Calling line identification presentation (CLIP)
The UA5000 supports a mixed configuration of ISDN subscribers and analog telephone
subscribers.

Direct-Dial-In
The UA5000 provides DDI subscriber ports to support the subscriber line extension service.
This service enables the external analog subscriber ports of other exchanges to be transparently
extended inside the access network.

4.2 Next Generation Voice Services


Working as an access media gateway (AMG), the UA5000 provides the following services
under the control of a SoftSwitch.
! VoIP services for POTS subscribers
! VoIP services for ISDN BRI subscribers
! Fax over IP (FoIP) in the G.711 transparent transmission mode
! FoIP in the T.38 mode
! Modem over IP (MoIP) in the transparent transmission mode
! DDI services
The major features of the next generation voice services are as follows:
! Supports all PSTN basic services, complementary services, and intelligent services
! Supports the G.711 (a-law/ µ-law), G.723.1 and G.729 (A/B) codecs
! Supports the emergency standalone capability
! Supports echo cancellation complying with ITU-T G.165/G.168
! Supports pulse metering and polarity reversal metering
! Provides QoS assurance for voice traffics with functions including priority queuing, jitter
buffering, IP Type of Service (ToS), Differentiated Service Code Point (DSCP), and
802.1Q VLAN
! Supports separate gain control of the transmission and reception streams

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4.3 Broadband Services


Broadband service port
The UA5000 provides the following broadband service ports:
! ADSL and ADSL 2+
! SHDSL
! VDSL
! Ethernet
The UA5000 provides the following broadband upstream ports:
! IP interface including FE and GE
! ATM interface including STM-1 ATM, ATM E3, ATM T3 and IMA E1

Subscriber security management


The UA5000 provides various methods to guarantee the security of the subscriber data and
network.
! Subscriber isolation at layer 2 through VLAN
! Subscriber isolation within Smart VLAN
! Host number restriction of each port
! Port searching by a MAC address
! Binding of a MAC address and a port
! Binding of an IP address and a port
! MAC address filtering
! Controlled number of multicast groups to access a port
! Standard ACL and extended ACL, ACL for data link frames and user-defined ACL
! DHCP Option82 to identify subscribers

Layer 2 and layer 3 features


The UA5000 provides a complete TCP/IP protocol stack through its IPMB card.
The layer 2 and layer 3 features of the UA5000 include:
! DHCP relay
! ARP proxy
! PPPoE+
! DHCP Option82
! Protocol conversion between IPoA and IPoE
! Protocol conversion between PPPoA and PPPoE
! ACL
! RIP
! OSPF

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QoS features
The UA5000 supports the following QoS features:
! Packet forwarding based on 802.1p priority to provide appropriate QoS for different
services
! IP priority labeling or DSCP priority labeling for packets matching the ACL rules
! Port-based, connection-based and VLAN-based flow control
! Congestion control
! Queue scheduling

4.4 Private Circuit Services


The UA5000 provides rich private circuit services to meet the needs of group customers. The
major private circuit service offerings of the UA5000 are as follows:
! Local and remote DDN access through DDN ports such as E1, V.35, V.24, SHDSL (in the
TDM mode) and 2/4-wire VF
! 2/4-wire SHDSL access through ATM SHDSL ports
! Private circuit data at a symmetric rate of 10 Mbit/s within 1.5 km through VDSL ports
! Broadband private circuit LAN interconnection through FE ports

4.5 Multicast Video Service


The UA5000 supports multicast protocols to offer the broadband multicast services, as follows:
! Non-blocking forwarding of video services by a GE video port and a dedicated high-speed
multicast bus
! 1024 multicast channels
! Processing of 400 concurrent user requests per second
! Receiving multicast streams and unicast streams from one or more network ports
! Distributing multicast streams through the Metropolitan Area Network (MAN) or the
Video Distribution Network (VDN)
! Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP) Proxy, IGMP V1 and V2
! Fast switching between channels
! Channel preview and audience statistics
! Controlled channel access right, channel number, channel preview right, preview duration
and preview times
! Guaranteed QoS to forward the video streams

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5 Networking Applications

The UA5000 adapts to various access network scenarios. You can use the UA5000 in complex
topologies and challenging engineering environments.
You can select the most suitable networking solution based on the requirements of transmission
resources, ATM/IP network resources, service types, QoS and security.
The following lists the equipment icons used in the networking diagrams below.

Add/Drop Multiplexer (ADM) UA5000

Terminal Multiplexer (TM) MD5500

Multiple Add/Drop Multiplexer (MADM) SoftSwitch

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5.1 Typical Networking Topologies


When the broadband network at the upper layer is an IP network, the UA5000 can use the
"MSTP Networking" or "SDH+FE/GE Networking".
When the broadband network at the upper layer is an ATM network, the UA5000 can use the
"SDH+STM-1 ATM Networking".

5.1.1 MSTP Networking


In the MSTP networking, all services of the UA5000 are sent upstream through the MSTP
equipment.

Networking description
Table 5-1 describes the MSTP networking.

Table 5-1 MSTP networking description


Item Description

Upper layer network PSTN, DDN and IP


Access network topology Ring, ring with chain, and tangent ring
Access network MSTP equipment, UA5000 and MD5500 (optional)
equipment
Service stream Broadband services and narrowband services are accessed and
transmitted together.
Services are sent to the PSTN, DDN or IP network on the
central office side through the MSTP.
The VoIP services are sent to the IPMB card through an FE port
of the PVM card, and then to the MSTP equipment through an
FE or GE port of the IPMB.

Based on the aggregation state of the narrowband services, MSTP networking falls into two
modes: single-level networking and two-level networking.
! Single-level networking
The UA5000 at the remote end sends the narrowband and broadband services to the central
office through the MSTP transmission ring. The central office forwards the services to the
BRAS/L3, PSTN switch or DDN node without convergence.
! Two-level networking
The narrowband services are sent to the PSTN or DDN through the MD5500 or UA5000 at the
central office. When there are many remote nodes and subscribers, select the MD5500 in the
central office to converge services. When there are a few remote nodes and subscribers, select
the UA5000 to converge services.

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The broadband services are aggregated and forwarded to the BRAS/L3 by the transmission
equipment at the central office.

Networking diagram
Figure 5-1 and Figure 5-2 show the MSTP networking. You can replace the MD5500 in
Figure 5-2 with a UA5000.

Figure 5-1 Single-level MSTP networking

H.248
PSTN DDN IP

FE/GE
E1
E1( V5) H.248

FE/GE FE/GE
MSTP
E1 E1

MSTP
FE/GE
E1 FE/GE E1 FE/GE H.248

Figure 5-2 Two-level MSTP networking

H.248
PSTN DDN IP

E1( V5) E1 FE/GE


H.248

FE/GE
FE/GE
MSTP
E1 E1

MSTP
FE/GE
E1 FE/GE H.248

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Networking features
The MSTP networking has the following features:
! Suitable for the scenarios where the narrowband E1 and the broadband FE/GE resources
coexist
! Saving the optical fibers by accessing and transmitting both the narrowband and
broadband services
! Supporting multiple capacity specifications to meet various networking requirements
! Suitable for the IPTV service deployment

5.1.2 SDH+FE/GE Networking


In the SDH+FE/GE networking, narrowband services are transmitted through the SDH
equipment, and broadband services through optical fibers.

Networking description
Table 5-2 describes the SDH+FE/GE networking.

Table 5-2 SDH+FE/GE networking description


Item Description

Upper layer network PSTN, DDN and IP


Access network topology Narrowband: ring, ring with chain, and tangent rings
Broadband: star
Access network equipment SDH equipment, UA5000 and MD5500 (optional)
Service stream Broadband and narrowband services are accessed together
but transmitted separately.
Narrowband services are transmitted to the central office
through the SDH network, and then upstream to PSTN and
DDN. The broadband services are transmitted to the
upper-layer network through the FE ports of the IPMB card.
The VoIP services are sent to the IPMB card from the PVM
card through its internal FE port. The services are then sent to
the MSTP equipment through an FE or GE port of the IPMB.

The SDH+FE/GE networking falls into two modes: single-level networking and two-level
networking.
! Single-level networking
The narrowband and broadband services are sent to the BRAS/L3, PSTN switch or DDN node
directly. Neither of them is aggregated within the access network.
! Two-level networking
The MD5500 or the UA5000 at the central office aggregates the narrowband services and then
sends them to PSTN or DDN.

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When there are many remote nodes and subscribers, select the MD5500 in the central office to
aggregate the V5 interfaces. When there are a few remote nodes and subscribers, select the
UA5000 in the central office to aggregate the V5 services.
The broadband services are sent to the IP network through the FE or GE ports directly.

Networking diagram
Figure 5-3 and Figure 5-4 show the SDH+FE/GE networking. You can replace the MD5500 in
Figure 5-4 with a UA5000.

Figure 5-3 Single-level SDH+FE/GE networking


H.248
PSTN DDN IP

E1
E1( V5) FE/GE FE/GE
H.248

FE/GE

SDH
E1

SDH
E1 E1

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Figure 5-4 Two-level SDH+FE/GE networking


H.248
PSTN DDN IP

E1( V5) E1
FE/GE FE/GE
H.248
FE/GE
FE/GE

SDH
E1

SDH
E1 E1

Networking features
The SDH+FE/GE networking has the following features:
! Suitable for the consolidation of the networks with the SDH equipment or the construction
of a new access network with abundant optical fibers.
! The broadband service channel is separated from the narrowband service channel, while
their EMS channels are integrated.
! Suitable for the IPTV service deployment thanks to the direct GE/FE connection with IP
MAN.

5.1.3 SDH+STM-1 ATM Networking


When the broadband network at the upper layer network is an ATM network, the UA5000 uses
the SDH+STM-1 ATM networking.
In the SDH+STM-1 ATM networking, narrowband services are transmitted by the SDH
equipment and broadband services by STM-1 ATM links.

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Networking description
Table 5-3 describes the SDH+STM-1 ATM networking.

Table 5-3 SDH+STM-1 ATM networking description


Item Description

Upper layer network PSTN, DDN and ATM


Access network topology Narrowband: ring, ring with chain, and tangent rings
Broadband: star
Access network equipment SDH equipment, UA5000 and MD5500 (optional)
Service stream Broadband and narrowband services are accessed together
but transmitted separately.
The narrowband services are transmitted to the central
office through the SDH network, and then upstream to
PSTN and DDN. The broadband services are transmitted to
the upper-layer network through an STM-1 port of the
APMB card.

The SDH+STM-1 ATM networking falls into two modes: single-level networking and
two-level networking.
! In the single-level networking, neither narrowband nor broadband services are aggregated
within the access network.
! In the two-level networking, the central office aggregates the services from the V5 and
ATM interfaces and then sends them to PSTN or ATM network.

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Networking diagram
Figure 5-5 and Figure 5-6 show the SDH+STM-1 ATM networking.

Figure 5-5 Single-level SDH+STM-1 ATM networking

PSTN DDN ATM

E1
E1( V5) STM-1 STM-1
STM-1

SDH
E1 E1

SDH
E1 E1 E1

Figure 5-6 Two-level SDH+STM-1 ATM networking

PSTN DDN ATM

E1
E1(V5) STM-1

STM-1 STM-1

E1 SDH
E1

E1

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Networking features
The SDH+ STM-1 ATM networking has the following features:
! Suitable for the networks with the SDH equipment, ATM switches and abundant optical
fibers.
! The broadband service channel is separated from the narrowband service channel, while
their EMS channels are integrated.

5.2 Typical Application Scenarios


Typical application scenarios of the UA5000 include:
! NGN Consolidation
! Private Circuit Service
! Triple play application

5.2.1 NGN Consolidation


The UA5000 acts as an AG to serve the NGN consolidation. In addition, the UA5000 can also
send the broadband and narrowband services to IP and PSTN networks respectively.
Figure 5-7 depicts the NGN consolidation scenario.
In this scenario, the UA5000 carries out:
! The access of broadband and narrowband services over the same copper wire
! The access of VoIP, FoIP and MoIP under the control of a SoftSwitch
! The ISDN BRA and ISDN PRA services
! The ADSL broadband network access and SHDSL broadband private circuit
interconnection services

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Figure 5-7 Integrated access in NGN

Internet

SoftSwitch
BRAS

IP MAN

L2/L3
PSTN

FE/GE
E1

UA5000

SHDSL ADSL2+ ISDN ISDN PRI


BRI

Modem Splitter PBX

Modem NT1

SHDSL ADSL POTS/VoIP FAX ISDN BRA ISDN PRA

5.2.2 Private Circuit Service


The UA5000 supports rich private circuit services to suit the group customers.
Figure 5-8 depicts the scenario that provides the private circuit service.
In this scenario, the UA5000 carries out:
! The narrowband private circuit interconnection of narrowband services through E1 and
V.35 interfaces provided by TDM SHDSL
! The high speed private circuit interconnection through broadband ports such as FE and
ATM SHDSL
! QinQ VLAN and VLAN stacking for broadband services

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Figure 5-8 Private circuit service

DDN/SDH IP

VLAN \QinQ
\Stacking VLAN
E1/STM-1 E1/STM-1

FE/GE FE/GE

UA5000 UA5000 UA5000

V.35 E1 E1 FE FE ATM SHDSL


TDM SHDSL
Modem Modem Modem

DDN node DTE DDN node Headquarters Branch 1 Branch 2

5.2.3 Triple Play


The UA5000 is able to offer narrowband, data, and video services to end users simultaneously
with appropriate QoS. Such a scenario is also called the Triple Play.
Figure 5-9 shows this scenario. In this scenario, the UA5000 carries out:
! The access of both the broadband and narrowband services over the same copper wire
! Appropriate QoS schemes for different services
! IP TV service through the IGMP proxy and managed multicast mechanism

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Figure 5-9 Triple play application

Internet

MGC
IP TV Server
BRAS

IP MAN

L2/L3

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Home gateway

STB

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6.1 Management Through the CLI


Through the CLI, you can log on to the UA5000 through a serial port or an Ethernet port.
Figure 6-1 shows the connection for maintenance through the CLI.

Figure 6-1 Maintaining the UA5000 through the CLI

Control card

Serial port
COM
ETH
Ethernet port

UA5000

6.2 Management Through the EMS


The Huawei iManager N2000 is the EMS that manages the DSLAM and MSAN of Huawei.
The iManager N2000 communicates with the UA5000 through SNMP, and manages the
broadband and narrowband services of the UA5000.

6.2.1 Hardware and Software Configuration


Hardware configuration of the server
A PC server or a UNIX workstation can be used.
The EMS server can be configured differently to manage networks of different scales. For large
and medium networks, UNIX workstations are recommended.

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Software configuration of the server


Windows platform: Windows 2000 Server + SQL Server 2000
UNIX platform: Solaris 8 or later + Sybase 12 or later
iManager N2000 software: iManager N2000 server software

Hardware configuration of the client


A PC client or a UNIX workstation can be used.
In general, a UNIX workstation is not recommended since the cost is high.

Software configuration of the client


Windows platform: Windows 2000 Professional
UNIX platform: Solaris 8 or later
iManager N2000 software: iManager N2000 client software

6.2.2 Management Functions


Overview
The management functions of the iManager N2000 include:
! Topology management
! Performance monitoring and traffic measurement
! Fault management
! Security management
! Batch service provisioning
! Backup and uploading of NE data
! Database management
! Environment and power supply monitoring
! Configuration management

Topology management
The iManager N2000 can display the network elements (NE) in the whole network in one
topology view. Through a unified management platform, it can monitor and manage all NEs in
the network. This simplifies network maintenance.

Performance monitoring and traffic measurement


The iManager N2000 helps you to monitor system performance and collect traffic statistics of
all NEs or a specified NE in the network, so that the network resources can be efficiently used.

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Fault management
The iManager N2000 offers an overall network alarm management solution, enabling fast fault
locating and troubleshooting.
In addition, to simplify the troubleshooting, the iManager N2000 supports window switching.
For example, it allows shift from the topological window to the alarm window, or shift from the
alarm window to the faulty port.

Security management
The iManager N2000 manages the network based on different user authorities and different
domains. It can divide users’ authorities based on users, user groups, operations, applications or
ACLs. It can enable automatic lock, forced disconnection and user operation logging on the
clients.

Batch service provisioning


The iManager N2000 supports batch service processing to shorten the time in deploying the
service and responding to customers’ demands.

Backup and uploading of NE data


The iManager N2000 provides manual or timed backup or uploading of data of all NEs or a
specified NE in the network. This greatly enhances security of the NE data in the network and
eases your burden in large scale software upgrade in the network.

Database management
The iManager N2000 provides a tool to carry out the backup and recovery of the EMS database.
This enhances security of the system data.
The iManager N2000 also provides a monitoring terminal to monitor the running status of the
EMS server and the usage of the EMS database.
In addition, the iManager N2000 supports the remote dual system backup scheme to ensure the
database safety.

Environment and power supply monitoring


The iManager N2000 monitors environment and power supply of the NEs in a centralized
manner. This function helps you to know about the situation of the environment and the power
supply timely.

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Configuration management
The EMS provides multiple configuration functions for the UA5000. Refer to
Table 6-1 for details.

Table 6-1 Configuration functions of UA5000 NE Manager


Function feature Description

Device management The NE manager manages the hardware of the device,


including shelves, cards and ports.
Through the NE manager, you can display the panel, maintain
the system, cards and ports, as well as measure the physical
resources.
ADSL/ADSL2+ The NE manager enables you to:
management ! Query, configure and maintain the ADSL or the ADSL2+
port information and statuses
! Manage the profiles of the ADSL or the ADSL2+ port
! Monitor and measure the port traffic
Terminal management The NE manager enables you to:
! Configure the IP address of a terminal
! Configure the terminal profile
! Query the detailed information about a terminal
! Ping a terminal
! Restart a terminal
SHDSL management The NE manager enables you to:
! Query, configure and maintain SHDSL port information and
statuses
! Manage SHDSL port profiles
VLAN management The NE manager enables you to:
! Add the MUX VLAN, Smart VLAN, and Standard VLAN
! Configure auxiliary ports and service virtual ports
! Query VLAN information
Ethernet management The NE manager enables you to:
! Configure, activate and query Ethernet ports
! Add, configure, activate and query aggregated Ethernet
ports
Service port management The NE manager enables you to:
! Add service ports for ATM ports, ADSL ports, G.SHDSL
ports, and VDSL ports.
! Configure service port attributes, including physical ports
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IGMP Proxy management The NE manager enables you to configure and query global
parameters, users, upstream ports, and programs of the IGMP
Proxy. You can also manage and provision the managed video
services.

6.2.3 Networking Modes Between the N2000 and UA5000


Overview
The EMS server and the UA5000 can communicate through in-band or out-band EMS channels.
These two modes are usually used together.

Inband networking
Inband networking means that the management is carried out using the service transmission
channel of the UA5000. In this fashion, the EMS messages are transmitted through the service
channel.
Figure 6-2 shows the inband EMS networking.

Figure 6-2 Inband EMS networking

EMS Client EMS Client

EMS Server

IP

UA5000 UA5000

Features of the inband networking are as follows:


! Advantage: The networking is flexible, and does not require additional devices. It saves
cost.
! Disadvantage: When the service channel is interrupted, network management cannot be
carried out.

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Outband networking
Outband networking means that the management is carried out using a channel separated from
the service channel.
Figure 6-3 shows the outband EMS networking.

Figure 6-3 Outband EMS networking


Management Service
side side

RTU

UA5000

EMS Client

UA5000 IP
EMS Client

RTU
EMS Server

Features of the outband networking are as follows:


! Advantage: The EMS channel is more reliable than that of the inband EMS. When the
service channel is interrupted, you can still manage the UA5000 through the outband
EMS.
! Disadvantage: Additional devices are required to set up an EMS channel separated from
the service channel.

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7.1 Equipment Parameters


7.1.1 Dimensions
Table 7-1 Dimensions of the UA5000 cabinets

Cabinet Dimension (W x D x H, in mm)

ONU-F01D200 1250 x 550 x 1200


ONU-F01D500 1550 x 550 x 1550
ONU-F01D1000 1900 x 550 x 1650
ONU-F02A 600 x 600 x 2200
ONU-F02AF 600 x 600 x 2200

Table 7-2 Dimensions of the UA5000 frames


Frame Dimensions (W x D x H, in mm)

HABC 482 x 445 x 352.8


HABL 310 x 370 x 444
HABA 482 x 445 x 711
HABB 482 x 445 x 711
HABD 482 x 370 x 444
HABE 482 x 370 x 444
HABF 482 x 370 x 444

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7.1.2 Weights
Table 7-3 Weights of the UA5000 cabinets

Cabinet Weight (fully-populated, in kg)

ONU-F01D200 370 (with two battery groups weighing 120 kg)


ONU-F01D500 550 (with two battery groups weighing 200 kg)
ONU-F01D1000 850 (with two battery groups weighing 200 kg)
ONU-F02A 250
ONU-F02AF 260

7.1.3 Running Environment


Table 7-4 The running environment of the UA5000 in different cabinets

Cabinet Temperature (oC) Humidity

ONU-F01D200 –45 – 50 5% – 100%


ONU-F01D500 –45 – 50 5% – 100%
ONU-F01D1000 –45 – 50 5% – 100%
ONU-F02A –5 – 45 5% – 90%
ONU-F02AF –5 – 45 5% – 90%

7.1.4 Power Supply


Table 7-5 Voltage specification of the power supply systems

Power supply type Nominal voltage Voltage range

DC –48 V –48 V to –72 V


AC 220 V / 230 V / 240 V 154 V to 286 V, 48 Hz to 52 Hz
110 V / 115 V / 127 V 90 V to 150 V, 47 Hz to 53 Hz

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7.2 Performance and Capacity Specifications


7.2.1 System Performance Specifications
Table 7-6 System performance specifications

Item Index

Narrowband
TDM switching capacity PVU8/PVU4: 4k x 4k
PVM: 8k x 8k
Maximum V5 interfaces 16
Maximum trunk ports 104 E1 ports (PVM); 108 E1 ports (PVU)
Maximum subscriber number 4000
Maximum SPC number 512
HDLC 48
Call processing capacity 40k BHCA
VoIP
DSP channel number 1000
Maximum number of subscribers 4000
Call processing capacity 40k BHCA
Broadband (using the APMB card)
ATM switch capacity 5 Gbit/s
Maximum number of PVCs in one 8000
frame
Maximum number of PVPs in one 4000
frame
Maximum number of STM-1 ports APMB: 2
AIUB: 2
Maximum number of ATM E3 APMB: 2
ports AIUB: 2
Maximum number of ATM T3 APMB: 2
ports AIUB: 2
Maximum number of IMA E1 APMB: 8
ports AIUB: 8
Maximum number of CES E1 APMB: 8
ports Each DEHA: 16 (A frame supports two DEHA cards.)

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Broadband (using the IPMB card)


Ethernet switching capacity 34 Gbit/s
Forwarding capacity Wire speed forwarding
Maximum number of GE ports 2
Maximum number of FE ports The IPMB card provides six ports, and each EAUA
card provides eight ports.
VLAN number 4k
802.1p priority Recognizing the 802.1p tag, and supporting eight
priorities and four PQ queues scheduling.
MAC address number 16 k
Multicast group number 1k
Typical forward delay 40 µs
Clock
Clock stratum Stratum 3
Backplane

Backplane bus capacity 100 Gbit/s

7.2.2 Port Types and Numbers


Table 7-7 Types and numbers of the management interfaces

Interface type Provided by Number


per card

Maintenance Ethernet port IPMB / APMB / PVM / PVU8 / PVU4 1


Local configuration serial port IPMB / APMB / PVM / PVU8 / PVU4 1

Table 7-8 Types and numbers of the network interfaces


Interface type Provided by Number per card

TDM E1 PVU8/RSU8 8
PVU4/RSU4 4
IMA E1 APMB/AIUB 8
ATM E3 APMB/AIUB 2

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ATM T3 APMB/AIUB 2
STM-1 ATM APMB/AIUB 2
FE electrical port PVM 1
IPMB 2
FE optical port IPMB 2
GE optical port IPMB 2

Table 7-9 Types and numbers of the user interfaces


Interface type Provided by Number per card

POTS ASL/CSMB 16
A32 (CC0HASL / CC0RASL / 32
CC0NASL)
ISDN BRI DSL 8
ISDN PRI EDTB 16
2B1Q DSL 8
EDTB 16
CES E1 DEHA 16
APMB 8
V.24 Through MTA 3
2-wire VF port VFB 16
4-wire VF port VFB 8
FXO CDI 16
ADSL CSLB/ADLB 16
ADSL2+ ADMB/ADMC/CSMB 16
VDSL VDLA 16
TDM SHDSL H303HSL 2
H521SDL 4
ATM SHDSL SDLB 16
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7.3 Port Specifications


7.3.1 STM-1/OC-3c Optical Port
Table 7-10 Technical specifications of the STM-1 optical port

Parameter Specification

Transmission rate (Mbit/s) 155.520


Connector type SC
Fiber type G.652
Optical source type MLM
Central wavelength (nm) 1310 1310 1310
Interface mode Multi-mode Single mode Single mode
Maximum transmission distance 2 30 60
(km)
Mean transmit power (dBm) > –23.5 –14 to –8 –5 to 0
Extinction ratio (dB) 10 8.2 10
Receiver sensitivity (dBm) < –29 < –34 < –34
Receiver overload power (dBm) –14 –8 –10
Standard compliance ITU-T G.707, ITU-T G.958, ITU-T G.783 and
ITU-T I.432.1

7.3.2 100Base-TX
Table 7-11 Technical specifications of the 100Base-TX port

Parameter Specification

Transmission rate 10 Mbit/s and 100 Mbit/s compatible


Interface type RJ-45 (TPI)
Transmission distance 100 m
Interface mode UTP/STP
Cable type Category-5 twisted pair
Differential mode output 1165 mV–1285 mV (STP)
voltage
950 mV–1050 mV (UTP)
Duty ration extortion Less than ±0.5 ns
Output jitter Less than 0.5 ns

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Impedance return loss 2–30 MHz >16 dB


30–60 MHz >16 - 20log(f/30) dB (f-frequency, in MHz)
60–80 MHz >10 dB
Common mode The input end can sustain the sine common mode interference of
suppression 0–125 MHz, 1.0 Vpp
Standard compliance IEEE 802.3u

7.3.3 100Base-FX
Table 7-12 Technical specifications of the 100Base-FX port

Parameter Specification

Transmission rate 100 Mbit/s


Interface type LC
Interface mode Multi-mode Single mode Single mode
Transmission distance (km) 2 15 40
Central wavelength (nm) 1310 1310 1310
Mean transmit power (dBm) –19 to –14 –15 to –8 –5 to 0
Extinction ratio (dB) 10 8.2 8.2
Receiver sensitivity (dBm) < –30 < –31 < –36
Receiver overload power (dBm) –14 –8 –8
Standard compliance IEEE 802.3u

7.3.4 1000Base-SX
Table 7-13 Technical specifications of the 1000Base-SX port

Parameter Specification

Transmission rate 1000 Mbit/s


Interface type LC
Interface mode Multi-mode
Transmission distance (m) 500
Average transmit power (dBm) –9.5 to –4

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Central wavelength (nm) 850


Extinction ratio (dB) 9
Receiver sensitivity (dBm) < –17
Receiver overload power (dBm) 0
Standard compliance IEEE 802.3z

7.3.5 1000Base-LX
Table 7-14 Technical specifications of the 1000Base-LX port

Parameter Specification

Transmission rate 1000 Mbit/s


Interface type LC
Interface mode Single mode
Transmission distance (km) 10
Central wavelength (nm) 1310
Average transmit power (dBm) –11 to –3
Extinction ratio (dB) 8.2
Receiver sensitivity (dBm) < –19
Receiver overload power (dBm) –3
Standard compliance IEEE 802.3z

7.3.6 1000Base-ZX
Table 7-15 Technical specifications of the 1000Base-ZX port

Parameter Specification

Transmission rate 1000 Mbit/s


Interface type LC
Interface mode Single mode
Transmission distance (km) 40 80
Central wavelength (nm) 1550 1550
Average transmit power (dBm) –5 to 0 –3 to 2

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Extinction ratio (dB) 9.0 9.0


Receiver sensitivity (dBm) < –21 < –23
Receiver overload power (dBm) –3 –3
Standard compliance IEEE 802.3z

7.3.7 E3
Table 7-16 Technical specifications of the E3 port

Parameter Specification

Transmission rate 34.368 Mbit/s


Line code HDB3
Line jitter Comply with ITU-T G.823, G.824 and ETSI-TBR-2
standards
Maximum transmission distance 1200 feet/366 m
Input/output impedance 75 Ω
Standard compliance ITU-T G.703, ITU-T G.704 and ITU-T G.823

7.3.8 T3
Table 7-17 Technical specifications of theT3 port

Parameter Specification

Transmission rate 44.736 Mbit/s


Line code B3ZS
Line jitter Comply with ITU-T G.823 and G.824 standards
Maximum transmission distance 1100 feet/335 m
Input/output impedance 75 ohm
Standard compliance The frame structure complies with ITU-T G.704
standard.

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7.3.9 ADSL
Table 7-18 Technical specifications of the ADSL port

Parameter Specification

Upstream Bandwidth 26 kHz–138 kHz


Maximum 896 kbit/s
transmission rate
Downstream Bandwidth 138 kHz–1.104 MHz
Maximum 8160 kbit/s
transmission rate
Maximum transmission distance 5 km
Line code DMT
Standard compliance ITU-T G.992.1 (G.dmt), ITU-T G.992.2 (G.lite)
and ANSI T1.413

7.3.10 ADSL2+
Table 7-19 Technical specifications of the ADSL2+ port

Parameter Specification

Upstream Bandwidth 26 kHz–138 kHz


Maximum 1.2 Mbit/s
transmission rate
Downstream Bandwidth 138 kHz–2.208 MHz
Maximum 24 Mbit/s
transmission rate
Maximum transmission distance 6 km
Line code DMT
Standard compliance ITU-T G.992.5

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7.3.11 SHDSL
Table 7-20 Technical specifications of the SHDSL port

Parameter Specification

Over one twisted pair Over two twisted pairs

Transmission rate 192 kbit/s–2312kbit/s 384 kbit/s–4608 kbit/s


Rate adjustment step 64 kbit/s 128 kbit/s
Transmission distance 3–6 km
Line code TC-PAM
Frame protocol E1, PCM, ATM and ISDN
Transmission mode G.991.2 Annex A and G.991.2 Annex B
Standard compliance ITU-T G.991.2

7.3.12 VDSL
Table 7-21 Technical specifications of the VDSL port

Parameter Specification

Upstream Bandwidth 4.5 MHz–7.9 MHz


Maximum 12.5 Mbit/s
transmission rate
Downstream Bandwidth 0.9 MHz–3.3 MHz
Maximum 12.5 Mbit/s
transmission rate
Maximum At 0.5 mm wire 1.5 km
transmission
distance At 0.4 mm wire 1.2 km

Line code QAM

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7.3.13 E1
Table 7-22 Technical specifications of the E1 port

Parameter Specification

Transmission rate 2048 kbit/s


Bit rate tolerance ±50 ppm
Line code HDB3
Standard impedance 75 ohm (coaxial) 120 ohm (STP)
Transmission distance ≤ 1000 m ≤ 3000 m
Nominal pulse width 244 ns
Port protection capability Comply with ITU-T K.20
Standard compliance Physical layer complies with ITU-T G.703, and frame
structure complies with ITU-T G.704.

7.3.14 V.35
Table 7-23 Technical specifications of the V.35 port

Parameter Specification

Mechanical characteristic 34-pin connector


Electric Clock and data Balanced interface circuit
characteristic signals
Control signal Unbalanced interface circuit
Interface function Data, control, clock and earthing
Maximum data transmission rate 10 Mbit/s
Transmission rate in practice N x 64 kbit/s (N = 1–32)
Transmission distance 15 m
Standard compliance ITU-T V.35, ITU-T V.24 and ISO2593 (M34)

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Table 7-24 lists the standards compliance.

Table 7-24 Standards compliance


Standards Description

AF-PHY-0086.000 Inverse Multiplexing for ATM(IMA)Specification Version1.0


AF-PHY-0086.001 Inverse Multiplexing for ATM(IMA)Specification Version1.1
ANSI T1.413 issue Asymmetrical Digital Subscriber Line(ADSL)Metallic Interface
1 & issue 2 Specification (issue 1 & issue 2 )
ATM FORUM: Circuit Emulation Services Version 2.0
AS_VTOA-0078.00
0
IEEE 802.1D IEEE standard for local and metropolitan area networks--Common
specifications--Media access control (MAC) Bridges
IEEE 802.1p Traffic class expediting and dynamic multicast filtering
IEEE 802.1Q IEEE standard for local and metropolitan area networks: Virtual
Bridged Local Area Networks
IEEE 802.1w Local and metropolitan area networks---Common specifications Part
3: Media Access Control (MAC) Bridges---Amendment 2---Rapid
Reconfiguration
IEEE 802.1x Port Based Network Access Control
IEEE 802.2 IEEE standard for local and metropolitan area networks Specific
requirements Part 2: Logical Link Control
IEEE 802.3 Part 3: Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Detection
(CSMA/CD) Access Method and Physical Layer Specifications
IEEE 802.3ac Frame Extensions for Virtual Bridged Local Area Network (VLAN)
Tagging on 802.3 Networks
IEEE 802.3ad (Clause 43) Aggregation of Multiple Link Segments
IEEE 802.3u Definition of Fast Ethernet (100BTX, 100BT4, 100BFX)
IEEE 802.3x Definition of Full Duplex operation in a switched (LAN Flow
control)
IEEE 802.3z Definition of Gigabit Ethernet (over Fibre)
ITU-T G.168 Digital network echo cancellers
ITU-T G.702 Digital hierarchy bit rates
ITU-T G.703 Physical / electrical characteristics of hierarchical digital interfaces

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ITU-T G.704 Synchronous frame structures used at primary and secondary


hierarchical levels
ITU-T G.706 Frame alignment and cyclic redundancy check (CRC) Procedures
relating to basic frame structures defined in recommendation G.704
ITU-T G.707 G.707 Network Node Interface for the Synchronous Digital
Hierarchy (SDH)
ITU-T G.711 Pulse code modulation (PCM) of voice frequencies
ITU-T G.712 Transmission performance characteristics of pulse code modulation
channels
ITU-T G.723.1 Dual rate speech coder for multimedia communications transmitting
at 5.3 and 6.3 kbit/s
ITU-T G.729 C source code and test vectors for implementation verification of the
G.729 8 kbit/s CS-ACELP speech coder
ITU-T G.781 Synchronization layer functions
ITU-T G.783 Characteristics of synchronous digital hierarchy (SDH) equipment
functional blocks
ITU-T G.785 Characteristics of a flexible multiplexer in a synchronous digital
hierarchy environment
ITU-T G.797 Characteristics of a flexible multiplexer in a plesiochronous digital
hierarchy environment
ITU-T G.803 Architecture of transport networks based on the synchronous digital
hierarchy (SDH)
ITU-T G.804 ATM cell mapping into plesiochronous digital hierarchy (PDH)
ITU-T G.811 Timing requirements at the outputs of primary reference clocks
suitable for plesiochronous operation of international digital links
ITU-T G.812 Timing requirements of slave clocks suitable for use as node clocks
in synchronization networks
ITU-T G.813 Timing characteristics of SDH equipment slave clocks (SEC)
ITU-T G.821 Error performance of an international digital connection operating at
a bit rate below the primary rate and forming part of an integrated
services digital network
ITU-T G.823 The control of jitter and wander within digital networks which are
based on the 2048kbit/s hierarchy
ITU-T G.824 The control of jitter and wander within digital networks which are
based on the 1544kbit/s hierarchy
ITU-T G.826 Error performance parameters and objectives for international
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ITU-T G.902 Framework recommendation on functional access networks (AN):


architecture and functions, access type, management and service
node aspects
ITU-T G.957 Optical interfaces for equipments and systems relating to the
synchronous digital hierarchy
ITU-T G.958 Digital line systems based on the synchronous digital hierarchy for
use on optical fibre cables
ITU-T G.960 Access digital section for ISDN basic rate access
ITU-T G.961 Digital transmission system on metallic local lines for ISDN basic
rate access
ITU-T G.962 Access digital section for ISDN primary rate at 2048kbit/s
ITU-T G.964 V-interfaces at the digital local exchange (LE) V5.1-interface (based
on 2048kbit/s) for the support of access network (AN)
ITU-T G.965 V-interfaces at the digital local exchange (LE) V5.2-interface (based
on 2048kbit/s) for the support of access network (AN)
ITU-T G.982 Optical access networks to support services up to the ISDN primary
rate or equivalent bit rates
ITU-T G.991.2 Single-pair high-speed digital subscriber line (SHDSL) transceivers
ITU-T G.992.1 Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) transceivers
ITU-T G.992.2 ITU standard for low-speed Asymmetrical Digital Subscriber Line
without voice splitter
ITU-T G.992.3 Asymmetrical digital subscriber line (ADSL) transceivers – 2
(ADSL2)
ITU-T G.992.5 Asymmetrical digital subscriber line (ADSL) transceivers – extended
bandwidth ADSL2 (ADSL2plus)
ITU-T G.996.1 Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) Transceiver Testing Procedure
ITU-T G.997.1 Physical layer management for Digital Subscriber Line (DSL)
transceivers
ITU-T H.248 Gateway control protocol
ITU-T I.361 B-ISDN ATM layer specification
ITU-T I.363 B-ISDN ATM Adaptation Layer specification
ITU-T I.363.1 B-ISDN ATM Adaptation Layer Specification: Type 1 AAL
ITU-T I.363.5 B-ISDN ATM Adaptation Layer specification: Type 5 AAL
ITU-T I.371 Traffic control and congestion control in B-ISDN
ITU-T I.430 ISDN basic user-network interface layer 1 specification
ITU-T I.431 ISDN primary rate user-network interface layer 1 specification

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ITU-T I.432.2 B-ISDN user-network interface-Physical layer specification:


155,520kbit/s and 622,080kbit/s operation
ITU-T I.432.3 B-ISDN user-network interface - Physical layer specification: 1544
kbit/s and 2048 kbit/s operation
ITU-T I.610 B-ISDN operation and maintenance principles and functions
ITU-T I.630 ATM protection switching
ITU-T M.3100 Generic network information model
ITU-T Q.811 Lower layer protocol profiles for the Q3 and X interfaces
ITU-T Q.812 Upper layer protocol profiles for the Q3 and X interfaces
ITU-T Q.831 Fault and performance management of V5 interface environments
and associated customer profiles
ITU-T Q.921 ISDN user-network interface – Data link layer specification
ITU-T Q.931 ISDN user-network interface layer 3 specification for basic call
control
ITU-T T.30 Procedures for document facsimile transmission in the general
switched telephone network
ITU-T T.38 Procedures for real-time Group 3 facsimile communication over IP
networks
ITU-T V.24 List of definitions for interchange circuits between data terminal
equipment (DTE) and data circuit-terminating equipment (DCE)
ITU-T V.36 Modem using the 60-108 kHz frequency band for synchronous data
transmission
ITU-T V.90 A digital modem and analogue modem pair for use on the Public
Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) at data signaling rates of up to
56 000 bit/s downstream and up to 33 600 bit/s upstream
ITU-T Y.1310 Transport of IP over ATM in public networks
RFC 0768 User Datagram protocol
RFC 0783 The TFTP Protocol (Revision 2)
RFC 0791 Internet protocol
RFC 0792 Internet Control Message Protocol
RFC 0793 Transmission Control Protocol
RFC 0826 An Ethernet Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)
RFC 0854 Telnet protocol
RFC 0894 A standard for the transmission of IP datagrams over Ethernet
networks

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RFC 1112 Host extensions for IP multicasting


RFC 1155 Structure and Identification of Management Information for
TCP/IP-based Internets, Network Working Group, May 1990
RFC 1157 Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)
RFC 1213 Management Information Base for Network Management of
TCP/IP-based internets: MIB-II 2.Draft Standards
RFC 1483 Multiprotocol Encapsulation over ATM Adaptation Layer 5
RFC 1493 Bridge MIB
RFC 1542 Clarifications and Extensions for the Bootstrap Protocol
(DHCP-Relay)
RFC 1643 Definitions of Managed Objects for the Ethernet-like Interface Types
RFC 1661 Point to Point Protocol (PPP)
RFC 1723 RIP Version 2 (RIP2)
RFC 1757 Remote Network Monitoring Management Information Base
RFC 1889 RTP: A Transport Protocol for Real-Time Applications
RFC 1890 RTP Profile for Audio and Video Conferences with Minimal Control
RFC 1907 Management Information Base for Version 2 of the Simple Network
Management Protocol (SNMPv2)
RFC 2198 RTP Payload for Redundant Audio Data
RFC 2225 Classical IP and ARP Over ATM (IPoA)
RFC 2236 Internet Group Management Protocol Version 2 (IGMP V2)
RFC 2328 OSPF Version 2,Network Working Group, April 1998
RFC 2364 PPP Over AAL5 (PPPoA)
RFC 2515 Definitions of Managed Objects for ATM Management
RFC 2516 A Method for Transmitting PPP Over Ethernet (PPPoE)
RFC 2613 Remote Network Monitoring MIB Extensions for Switched
Networks
RFC 2652 Ethernet Interface MIB
RFC 2662 Definitions of Managed Objects for the ADSL Lines
RFC 2784 Generic Routing Encapsulation (GRE)
RFC 2819 Remote Network Monitoring
RFC 2833 RTP Payload for DTMF Digits, Telephony Tones and Telephony
Signals

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RFC 2960 Stream Control Transmission Protocol


RFC 3015 Megaco Protocol Version 1.0
RFC 3057 ISDN Q.921-User Adaptation Layer (IUA)
RFC 3389 Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP) Payload for Comfort Noise
(CN)
RFC 3440 Definitions of Extension Managed Objects for Asymmetric Digital
Subscriber Lines
RFC 3525 Gateway Control Protocol Version 1
RFC 3550 RTP: A Transport Protocol for Real-Time Applications
RFC 3551 RTP Profile for Audio and Video Conferences with Minimal Control
RFC 4040 RTP payload format for a 64 kbit/s transparent call.

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A Acronyms and Abbreviations

A
AAL1 ATM Adaptation Layer Type 1
AAL5 ATM Adaptation Layer Type 5
ACL Access Control List
ADM Add and Drop Multiplexer
ADSL Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line
AG Access Gateway
AN Access Network
APS Automatic Protection Switching
ARP Address Resolution Protocol
ASL Analog Subscriber Line
ATM Asynchronous Transfer Mode

B
BHCA Busy Hour Call Attempt
BMS Broadband integrated network Management System
BRI Basic Rate Interface
BRAS Broadband Remote Access Server

C
CAPEX Capital Expenditure
CBR Constant Bit Rate
CENTREX Central Exchange

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CES Circuit Emulation Service


CHAP Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol
CID Caller Identification Display
CLI Command Line Interface
CLIP Calling Line Identification Presentation
CMM Capability Maturity Model
CNG Comfort Noise Generation
CPE Customer Premises Equipment
CRC Cyclic Redundancy Check

D
DCE Data Circuit-terminating Equipment
DDI Direct-Dialing-In
DDN Digital Data Network
DMT Discrete Multi-Tone
DSLAM Digital Subscriber Line Access Multiplexer
DSP Digital Signal Processing
DTE Data Terminal Equipment
DTMF Dual Tone Multi-Frequency

E
EMU Environment Monitor Unit
ETSI European Telecommunications Standards Institute

F
FE Fast Ethernet
FoIP Fax over IP
FTTB Fiber To The Building
FTTC Fiber To The Curb
FXO Foreign Exchange Office

G
GE Gigabit Ethernet

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GUI Graphical User Interface

H
HDLC High-speed Data Link Control
HW High Way

I
IGMP Internet Group Management Protocol
IMA Inverse Multiplexing for ATM
IP Internet Protocol
IPoA IP over ATM
ISDN Integrated Services Digital Network

L
LE Local Exchange
M
MAN Metropolitan Area Network
MDF Main Distribution Frame
MGCP Media Gateway Control Protocol
MIB Management Information Base
MML Man Machine Language
MoIP Modem over IP
MSN Multiple-Subscriber Number
MSP Multiplex Section Protection
MSTP Multi-Service Transmission Platform
MTA Multifunctional Terminal Adapter

N
NGN Next Generation Network
nrt-VBR non-real time Variable Bit Rate

O
OLT Optical Line Terminal

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ONU Optical Network Unit


OPEX Operative Expenditure
OSPF Open Shortest Path First
OSS Operating Support System

P
PCM Pulse-Code Modulation
PDH Plesiochronous Digital Hierarchy
POTS Plain Old Telephone Service
PPP Point-to-Point Protocol
PPPoE PPP over Ethernet
PRI Primary Rate Interface
PSTN Public Switched Telephone Network
PVC Permanent Virtual Connection

Q
QAM Quadrature Amplitude Modulation
QoS Quality of Service

R
RADIUS Remote Authentication Dial In User Service
RIP Routing Information Protocol
RSTP Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol
RTCP Real-time Transport Control Protocol
RTP Real-time Transport Protocol
rt-VBR real time Variable Bit Rate

S
SDH Synchronous Digital Hierarchy
SEC SDH Equipment Slave Clocks
SMS Service Management System
SNCP Sub-network Connection Protection
SNMP Simple Network Management Protocol

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SHDSL Single-pair High-bit-rate Digital Subscriber Line


SPC Semi-permanent Connection
STB Set Top Box
STM Synchronous Transfer Mode

T
TDM Time Division Multiplexing
TL1 Transaction Language 1
ToS Type of Service

U
UBR Unspecified Bit Rate

V
VAD Voice Activity Detection
VBR Variable Bit Rate
VDN Video Distribution Network
VDSL Very High Speed DSL
VF Voice Frequency
VLAN Virtual Local Area Network
VoIP Voice over IP
VP Virtual Path

W
WAN Wide Area Network

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Index

A
F
ADLB, 19
ADMB, 19 frame dimension, 43
ADMC, 19 front-access frames
AIUB, 20 HABD, 12
APMB, 17 HABE, 13
APSB, 18 HABF, 14
ASL, 18 HABL, 15

B I
broadband service IPMB, 17
layer 2 and layer 3 features, 23
port, 23 M
QoS features, 24 MSTP networking
security, 23 single-level, 27
two-level, 27
C multicast video service, 24
cabinet dimension, 43
CDI, 18 N
CLI, 37 network application
CSLB, 19 triple play, 35
CSMB, 19 networking description
MSTP, 26
D SDH+FE/GE, 28
DEHA, 20 SDH+STM-1 ATM, 31
DSL, 18 networking features
MSTP, 28
SDH+FE/GE, 30
E SDH+STM-1 ATM, 33
EAUA, 19 NGN, 1
EMS NGN voice service, 22
hardware configuration, 37
inband networking, 41 O
management function, 38
outband networking, 42 ONU-F01D1000, 9
software configuration, 38 ONU-F01D200, 9
ESC, 20 ONU-F01D500, 9
ONU-F02A, 9
ONU-F02AF, 10

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P two-level, 30
SDH+STM-1 ATM networking
power supply, 44 single-level, 32
private circuit service, 24 two-level, 32
PSTN voice service, 21 SDL, 18
PVM, 17 SDLB, 18, 19
PVU8/PVU4, 17 system performance specifications, 45
PWX, 20
T
R
TSSB, 20
rear-access frames
HABC, 11
U
RSU8/RSU4, 18
running environment, 44 UA5000 features, 3

S V
scenarios VFB, 18
NGN consolidation, 33
private circuit service, 34 W
SDH+FE/GE networking
single-level, 29 weight, 44
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