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Multi Service Access Node

Technical Description

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Table of Contents
1. 2. System Overview .............................................................................................................. 1 Applications ...................................................................................................................... 4 Triple Play Provisioning for Residential Customers .................................................... 5 Double Play Provisioning for Business Customers..................................................... 7 3. System Composition ........................................................................................................ 8 Chassis...................................................................................................................... 8 Units ........................................................................................................................ 10 4. Service Delivery Mechanisms ........................................................................................ 13 5. Rack Solutions ................................................................................................................ 14 504 ADSL over PSTN Combo Ports......................................................................... 15 1008 ADSL over PSTN Combo Ports....................................................................... 19 2016 ADSL over PSTN Combo Ports....................................................................... 24 3024 ADSL over PSTN Combo Ports....................................................................... 27 6. Cabinet Solutions............................................................................................................ 29 360 ADSL over PSTN Combo Ports & 360 PSTN Ports........................................... 30 504 ADSL over PSTN Combo Ports......................................................................... 33 7. Management .................................................................................................................... 35 8. System Features ............................................................................................................. 37 ADSL-72/2+A Blade................................................................................................. 37 xPU Blade................................................................................................................ 38 POTS-72 Blade........................................................................................................ 40 NPU Blade ............................................................................................................... 41 9. Technical Specifications ................................................................................................ 42 Electrical Specifications ........................................................................................... 42 Mechanical Specifications........................................................................................ 43 Environmental Specifications ................................................................................... 43 WAN Interfaces........................................................................................................ 44 Subscriber Ports Capacity........................................................................................ 44 Splitters.................................................................................................................... 44 Management Interfaces ........................................................................................... 46 Compliance & Certifications ..................................................................................... 47 10. Abbreviations .................................................................................................................. 48

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1. System Overview
Introduction

iBAS MSAN is a high density Multi Service Access Node, part of INTRACOM TELECOMs wireline access portfolio. The iBAS MSAN is specially designed for the provision of: Broadband Services (High Speed Internet, Video broadcasting, Video on Demand, On-line gaming, VoIP transparent) Narrowband Services (Lifeline Voice Services) These services are provided concurrently from the same chassis, taking full advantage of the Ethernet transmission backbone. The system is fully compatible with all current requirements of leading telecommunications operators active in the field of Triple-Play services (Voice, Data and Video). Environmentally hardened, the system is suitable for both indoor and outdoor installations, in Central Offices and Remote Cabinets deployments. The system can be both centrally managed via integrated service oriented Network Management Systems and locally managed via windows-based graphical SNMP application and CLI.

Market focus

Designed in compliance with DSL Forums TR-101, iBAS MSAN addresses the strict but vital requirements of the target applications for: High bandwidth, both on the uplink and the subscriber side Video multicasting Quality of Service Security guarantee The system supports multiple Gigabit Ethernet interfaces, optical or electrical, to the aggregation network while on the subscriber side, it supports ADSL2+ providing high bandwidth connectivity and lifeline POTS interfaces.
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System Overview, Continued


Available subracks

Three 19 subrack options are available: High Capacity IBAS Subrack (HCIS/M-X) with 1152 ADSL2+ or 1008 POTS ports capacity Medium Capacity IBAS Subrack (MCIS) with 360 ADSL2+ or 288 POTS ports capacity High Capacity IBAS Subrack (HCIS/M) with patch-panel with 1152 ADSL2+ or 1008 POTS ports capacity (the subrack is used in case V5.2 connectivity is required)

MCIS Subrack HCIS/M-X Subrack

HCIS/M Subrack
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System Overview, Continued


System highlights

Specially designed platform for mass delivery of triple-play services to residential customers - 56 Gbit/s non-blocking switching capacity for simultaneous High speed Internet and real-time streaming (e.g. VoD) - Optimized for multicast video. Multicasting is performed at two stages: at the Central Control Unit toward the Line Cards and at the Line Cards toward the individual lines. - Eight WAN (network-facing) interfaces Highest port density (1152 ADSL2/2+ ports or 1008 POTS ports) from the smallest footprint (12 U) Two capacity / chassis options (1152 / 360 ADSL2/2+ ports or 1008 / 288 POTS ports) Common solution for indoor (CO) and outdoor deployment due to wide operating temperature range (-40 C to +55 C) Optimized video quality delivery due to enhanced INP4 noise protection (exceeds G.992.3 May 2005 Amendment) Field proven flexible integration to any Operators network due to inherent modular software architecture Full support of the NGN architecture, compatible with multiple vendors softswitches Protected, future-proof backplane architecture with full power redundancy features and protected point-to-point internal connections for all fitted blades Local and remote GUI (SNMP) or CLI management capabilities through in-band or out-band paths Integrated, service oriented Network Management System for ADSL2/2+ and POTS ports

Key benefits

Fast increase of revenue delivers Next Generation services from the existing copper infrastructure High density & cost-effective platform requiring low initial CapEx Future-proof system architecture with multiservice support for low risk of investment and fast ROI Universal solution (for CO and remote cabinet deployments) for minimized OpEx, maintenance & inventory costs Field-proven, highly reliable platform less downtime, increased customer satisfaction & minimized customer churn Operational efficient, end-to-end management with service level visibility

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2. Applications
The iBAS MSAN can offer both broadband and narrowband services to residential and business customers. For this purpose, it supports different network topologies and service delivery architectures in compliance with the most stringent international standards. In the following paragraphs, you will find certain applications examples implementing typical scenarios with indicative service delivery architectures. In these applications examples, the end user traffic carried in the access loop is forwarded to the aggregation network from the iBAS MSAN using Ethernet framing. In the aggregation network, the traffic could be grouped into VLANs (N:1 or 1:1 VLAN architectures) depending on the application and service providers requirements.

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Triple Play Provisioning for Residential Customers


Multi VC architecture

In this architecture, each service delivered over the ADSL interface could be transferred in a separate VC while lifeline voice services could be delivered from POTS interfaces. The traffic from many different customers related to the same service, could be consolidated into one VLAN in the aggregation network (N:1 VLAN). This architecture is usually used for residential services. The Ethernet frames are usually transmitted from the CPE as VLAN untagged.

The mixed configuration of the iBAS MSAN with broadband and narrowband Line Termination Units makes possible the connection of a lifeline analogue phone and an analogue phone for voice over broadband (VoIP) at the customer premises.
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Triple Play Provisioning for Residential Customers, Continued


Single VC architecture

In this architecture, all services per customer delivered over the ADSL interface could be transferred in the same VC with different VLAN tags while lifeline voice services could be delivered from POTS interfaces. The traffic from many different customers related to the same service, could be consolidated into one VLAN in the aggregation network (N:1 VLAN). This architecture is usually used for residential services. The customers CPE should support VLAN tagging (according to IEEE 802.1q).

The mixed configuration of the iBAS MSAN with broadband and narrowband Line Termination Units makes possible the connection of a lifeline analogue phone and an analogue phone for voice over broadband (VoIP) at the customer premises.

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Double Play Provisioning for Business Customers


Single VC / Multi VC architecture

In this architecture, all services per customer delivered over the ADSL interface could be transferred in the same VC or in multiple VCs, as previously described. The traffic from each customer related to the same service could be consolidated into one VLAN in the aggregation network (1:1 VLAN). In case the same VLAN is used for both services, the service differentiation could be implemented through different Ethernet priority markings (IEEE 802.1p).
Service Provider Network Access Network Customer #1
Data VLAN 1

Aggregation Network

ADSL o POTS Voice VLAN 1

Data & Voice IAD Laptop

Data VLAN 2

Splitter

Voice VLAN 2

IBAS MSAN with splitters


(mixed broadband & narrowband configuration)

Voice (analogue)

Phone (VoIP services)

Lifeline Phone

Customer #2
ADSL o POTS

Data & Voice IAD Laptop

Splitter

Voice (analogue)

Phone (VoIP services)

Lifeline Phone

The mixed configuration of the iBAS MSAN with broadband and narrowband Line Termination Units makes possible the connection of a lifeline analogue phone and an analogue phone for voice over broadband (VoIP) at the customer premises.

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3. System Composition
iBAS MSAN is composed of a chassis housing the Central Control Unit(s) and different types of Line Termination Units(s) (LTUs). The Power Supply Unit(s) and the Fan Tray complete the composition of the system.

Chassis
You can select among the following chassis options: HCIS/M-X MCIS HCIS/M Additionally, two types of splitters chassis are available for separation of the ADSL and PSTN signals from the ADSL-over-POTS channels.

HCIS/M-X

Photo

Model Description

High Capacity iBAS Subrack (HCIS/M-X) Chassis Chassis 19, fits in 12 U rack space, accommodates eighteen iBAS blades and two PSFFC-X units; it features a separate compartment on top for installing a fan tray.

MCIS

Photo Model Description


Medium Capacity 19 iBAS Subrack (MCIS) Chassis Chassis 19, 4 U high, for accommodating six iBAS blades and one PSFFC-X unit; it features a compartment at the right for the fan module.

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Chassis,
HCIS/M

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Photo

Model

High Capacity iBAS Subrack (HCIS/M) Chassis Chassis 19, 14 U high, for accommodating eighteen iBAS blades and two PSFFC-X units; it features a separate compartment on top for installing a fan tray, and also a patch panel at the bottom, with secure door.
NOTE

Description

The HCIS/M subrack is required in case of V5.2 connection to the PSTN.

14 slots splitter subrack

Photo

Model Description

14 slots 19 Splitter Subrack Chassis Chassis 19, 6 U high, for accommodating fourteen splitter blades that separate the ADSL and PSTN signals from 72 ADSL-overPOTS channels.

8 slots splitter subrack

Photo

Model Description

8 slots 19 Splitter Subrack Chassis Chassis 19, 6 U high, for accommodating seven splitter blades that separate the ADSL and PSTN signals from 72 ADSL-over-POTS channels.

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Units
Central Control Units

Photo

Model

xPU-8SG

xPU-4/4G

NPU-IPS VoIP version of Narrowband Processing Unit with 2 x 10/100Base-T electrical (RJ-45) uplink interfaces

NPU-16E1/IPS V5 / VoIP version of Narrowband Processing Unit supporting 16 x E1 (120 ) interfaces complied to V5.2 protocol and 2 x 10/100Base-T electrical (RJ-45) uplink interfaces

Description

Broadband Processing Unit with 8 x GbE (SFP) uplink interfaces

Broadband Processing Unit with 4 x GbE (SFP) and 4 x GbE electrical (RJ-45) uplink interfaces

HCIS/M-X HCIS/M MCIS

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Units,
LTUs

Continued

Photo

Model Description HCIS/M-X HCIS/M MCIS

ADSL 72p 72 port ADSL2+ Annex A (over POTS) LTU

POTS-72_TDM 72 POTS interfaces LTU

PSUs

Photo

Model Description HCIS/M-X HCIS/M MCIS

PSFFC-X Power Supply Filter & Fan Control unit, with high current capability

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Units,
Fan Trays

Continued

Photo

Model Description HCIS/M-X HCIS/M MCIS

FANT-X Slide-in Fan Tray module featuring three DC-powered fans (1)

(1) The MCIS chassis incorporates a fan tray module.

Splitter Units

Photo

Model

SP-72P14 Splitter unit for separation of the ADSL and PSTN signals from 72 ADSL-overPOTS channels (affords two groups of three receptacles each, at the front panel, for connection to the ADSL-72/2+A and POTS-72 blades and one group of three receptacles, back accessible, for termination of 72 line ADSL-over-POTS signals)

SP-72P8 Splitter unit for separation of the ADSL and PSTN signals from 72 ADSL-overPOTS channels (affords two groups of three receptacles each, at the front panel, for connection to the ADSL-72/2+A and POTS-72 blades and one group of three receptacles, also at the front panel, for termination of 72 line ADSL-over-POTS signals)

Description

14 slots Splitter Subrack 8 slots Splitter Subrack

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4. Service Delivery Mechanisms


System configuration

The following figures show the system configuration for customer provision with broadband and narrowband services.

VoIP, data & video traffic flow

The red path shows the flow of the VoIP (Voice over Broadband), data and video traffic. The connection to the Aggregation Network is realized through the GbE I/F of the XPU Control Unit.
Aggregation Network VoIP, Data, Video Service Provider Network (IBAS MSAN) Access Network

BNG

Ethernet Network

XPU

ADSL LTU

ADSL Splitter Card ADSL o POTS

Set Top Box

IAD

TV

T
Splitter Laptop Voice (analogue) Phone (VoIP services)

Soft Switch

VoIP

NPU V5.2

POTS LTU

POTS

PSTN

Lifeline Phone

Lifeline POTS traffic flow

The blue path shows the lifeline POTS traffic flow. The connection to the Ethernet Aggregation Network can be realized through the Gb Ethernet I/F of the XPU control unit with the NPU subtended to the XPU. (1) The connection to the legacy PSTN network can be realized through the V5.2 interface of the NPU. (2)
Aggregation Network VoIP, Data, Video Service Provider Network (IBAS MSAN) Access Network

BNG

Ethernet Network

XPU

ADSL LTU

ADSL Splitter Card ADSL o POTS

Set Top Box

IAD

TV

T
Splitter Laptop Voice (analogue) Phone (VoIP Services)

Soft Switch

VoIP *

NPU V5.2

POTS LTU

POTS

PSTN

Lifeline Phone * The VoIP traffic can also be transferred through direct connection of the NPU to the Ethernet network.

(1) In case separate physical Ethernet connections are required for broadband and narrowband services, the NPU card can be directly connected to the Ethernet network. (2) The NPU-16E1/IPS model of NPU is required.

NOTE

In case of configuration with the MCIS, the MDF used should include splitters.

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5. Rack Solutions
Different rack solutions are available providing the following ADSL and POTS (Combo) ports capacities: 504 ADSL over PSTN Combo ports. The solution offers 504 ADSL and 504 POTS ports. 1008 ADSL over PSTN Combo ports. The solution offers 1008 ADSL and 1008 POTS ports. 2016 ADSL over PSTN Combo ports. The solution offers 2016 ADSL and 2016 POTS ports. 3024 ADSL over PSTN Combo ports. The solution offers 3024 ADSL and 3024 POTS ports. The aforementioned rack solutions are fully described herein after.

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504 ADSL over PSTN Combo Ports


Equipment layout

The layout of the equipment to be mounted within a typical rack (H = 2200 mm, W = 600 mm, D = 300 mm) is shown below. A 28 U minimum rack space is required.
3U 1U PDF Empty Space

12 U

Mixed ADSL & PSTN Subrack

1U 1U 6U

Empty Space Cable Manager 8 slots Splitter Subrack

3U 1U

Empty Space Cable Manager

Equipment PDF Mixed ADSL & PSTN Subrack Splitter Subrack Cable Manager

Scope Connection of the power lines (from the local dc distributor) and of the load cables. Connection to the subscriber network (for broadband and narrowband services provisioning). Separation of the ADSL and PSTN signals from the ADSLover-POTS channels. Arrangement of the ADSL, PSTN and Splitter Subracks cables.

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1 2

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504 ADSL over PSTN Combo Ports, Continued


Block diagram

The following block diagram depicts the connectivity of the solution:


1 .. .

Ethernet Network

Up to 7 x GbE

XPU Mixed ADSL & PSTN 1 Subrack .. . NPU

7 ADSL72 LTU

VoIP

PSTN Network

V5.2 (16 x E1, 120 )

7 POTS72 LTU

PSTN 1 .. . 7 Splitter Unit

ADSL

ADSL o PSTN 72 x 7 = 504 ports

MDF

8 slots Splitter Subrack

Subscribers Network

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504 ADSL over PSTN Combo Ports, Continued


Mixed ADSL and PSTN subrack configuration

The configuration of the mixed ADSL and PSTN subrack is shown below:

Fan Tray P S F F C - P A X O D T S S L P 7 7 S 2 2 F F C X

P O T S 7 2

A D S L 7 2

D u m m y A P A P O D O D N X P S T S T P P a L S L S U U n 7 7 7 7 e 2 2 2 2 l 2

P O T S 7 2

A D S L 7 2

P O T S 7 2

A D S L 7 2

P O T S 7 2

D u m m A y D S P L a 7 n 2 e l 1

Unit ADSL72 POTS72 XPU NPU PSFFC-X Dummy Panel 2 (CPU)

Qty 7 7 1 1 2 1
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504 ADSL over PSTN Combo Ports, Continued


8 slots splitter subrack configuration

The configuration of the 8 slots splitter subrack is shown below (one slot is left empty for spare splitter card):

S p l i t t e r

S p l i t t e r

S p l i t t e r

S p l i t t e r

S p l i t t e r

S p l i t t e r

S p l i t t e r

Unit Splitter

Qty 7

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1008 ADSL over PSTN Combo Ports


Equipment layout

The layout of the equipment to be mounted within a typical rack (H = 2200 mm, W = 600 mm, D = 300 mm) is shown below. A 42 U minimum rack space is required.
3U 1U PDF Empty Space

12 U

ADSL Subrack

1U 1U

Empty Space Cable Manager

12 U

PSTN Subrack

1U 1U 6U

Empty Space Cable Manager 14 slots Splitter Subrack

3U 1U

Empty Space Cable Manager

Equipment PDF ADSL Subrack PSTN Subrack Splitter Subrack Cable Manager

Scope Connection of the power lines (from the local dc distributor) and of the load cables. Connection to the subscriber network (for broadband services provisioning). Connection to the subscriber network (for narrowband services provisioning). Separation of the ADSL and PSTN signals from the ADSL-overPOTS channels. Arrangement of the ADSL, PSTN and Splitter Subracks cables.

Qty 1 1 1 1 3

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1008 ADSL over PSTN Combo Ports, Continued


Block diagram

The following block diagram depicts the connectivity of the solution:


1 . .. 14 ADSL72 LTU

Ethernet Network

Up to 7 x GbE

XPU ADSL Subrack

ADSL 1 . .. 14 Splitter Unit

VoIP

ADSL o PSTN 72 x 14 = 1008 ports

MDF

14 slots Splitter Subrack

Subscribers Network

PSTN 1 . .. 14 POTS72 LTU

PSTN Network

V5.2 (16 x E1, 120 )

NPU PSTN Subrack

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1008 ADSL over PSTN Combo Ports, Continued


ADSL subrack configuration

The configuration of the ADSL subrack is shown below:

Fan Tray P S F F C - A A X D D S S L L P 7 7 S 2 2 F F C X

A D S L 7 2

A D S L 7 2

A D S L 7 2

A D S L 7 2

D D D u u u m m m m m m y y A A A y D D D X P P S S S P P a a L L L a U n n 7 7 7 n e e 2 2 2 e l l l 1 2 1

A D S L 7 2

A D S L 7 2

A D S L 7 2

A D S L 7 2

A D S L 7 2

Unit ADSL72 XPU PSFFC-X Dummy Panel 1 (LTU) Dummy Panel 2 (CPU)

Qty 14 1 2 2 1

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PSTN subrack configuration

The configuration of the PSTN subrack is shown below:

Fan Tray P S F F C - P P X O O T T S S P 7 7 S 2 2 F F C X

P O T S 7 2

P O T S 7 2

P O T S 7 2

P O T S 7 2

P O N P P T P a a S U n n 7 e e 2 l l

D u m m y

D u m m y

D u m m y P O P T a S n 7 e 2 l

P O T S 7 2

P O T S 7 2

P O T S 7 2

P O T S 7 2

P O T S 7 2

P O T S 7 2

2 2 1

Unit POTS72 NPU PSFFC-X Dummy Panel 1 (LTU) Dummy Panel 2 (CPU)

Qty 14 1 2 1 2

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1008 ADSL over PSTN Combo Ports, Continued


Splitter subrack configuration

The configuration of the splitter subrack is shown below:

S p l i t t e r

S p l i t t e r

S p l i t t e r

S p l i t t e r

S p l i t t e r

S p l i t t e r

S p l i t t e r

S p l i t t e r

S p l i t t e r

S p l i t t e r

S p l i t t e r

S p l i t t e r

S p l i t t e r

S p l i t t e r

Unit Splitter

Qty 14

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2016 ADSL over PSTN Combo Ports


Equipment layout

The layout of the equipment to be mounted within two typical racks (H = 2200 mm, W = 600 mm, D = 300 mm) is shown below. The two racks can be installed back-to-back with 600 mm total depth or side-by-side with 300 mm total depth. A 42 U minimum rack space is required at each rack.
Rack A
3U 1U PDF Empty Space 3U 1U

Rack B
PDF Empty Space

12 U

ADSL Subrack

12 U

ADSL Subrack

1U 1U

Empty Space Cable Manager

1U 1U

Empty Space Cable Manager

12 U

PSTN Subrack

12 U

PSTN Subrack

1U 1U 6U

Empty Space Cable Manager 14 slots Splitter Subrack

1U 1U 6U

Empty Space Cable Manager 14 slots Splitter Subrack

3U 1U

Empty Space Cable Manager

3U 1U

Empty Space Cable Manager

Equipment PDF ADSL Subrack PSTN Subrack Splitter Subrack Cable Manager

Scope Connection of the power lines (from the local dc distributor) and of the load cables. Connection to the subscriber network (for broadband services provisioning). Connection to the subscriber network (for narrowband services provisioning). Separation of the ADSL and PSTN signals from the ADSL-overPOTS channels. Arrangement of the ADSL, PSTN and Splitter Subracks cables.

Qty 2 2 2 2 6

NOTE

The racks should be installed at telecom rooms with proper air-conditioning system. If thats not feasible, INTRACOM TELECOM can provide you a specially designed cabinet of 800 mm depth with appropriate air-duct.
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2016 ADSL over PSTN Combo Ports, Continued


Block diagram

The following block diagram depicts the connectivity of the solution:


Rack A
1 . .. 14 ADSL72 LTU

Ethernet Network

Up to 7 x GbE

XPU ADSL Subrack

ADSL 1 . .. 14 Splitter Unit

VoIP

ADSL o PSTN 72 x 14 = 1008 ports

14 slots Splitter Subrack

PSTN 1 . .. 14 POTS72 LTU

PSTN Network

V5.2 (16 x E1, 120 )

NPU PSTN Subrack

Rack B
1 . .. 14 ADSL72 LTU

MDF

Subscribers Network

Ethernet Network

Up to 7 x GbE

XPU ADSL Subrack

ADSL 1 . .. 14 Splitter Unit

VoIP

ADSL o PSTN 72 x 14 = 1008 ports

14 slots Splitter Subrack

PSTN 1 . .. 14 POTS72 LTU

PSTN Network

V5.2 (16 x E1, 120 )

NPU PSTN Subrack

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2016 ADSL over PSTN Combo Ports, Continued


ADSL subrack configuration

See page 21.

PSTN subrack configuration

See page 22.

Splitter subrack configuration

See page 23.

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3024 ADSL over PSTN Combo Ports


Equipment layout

NOTE

The following solution addresses to customers with splitters included in the MDF.

The layout of the equipment to be mounted within two typical racks (H = 2200 mm, W = 600 mm, D = 300 mm) is shown below. The two racks (Rack A and Rack B) are installed back-to-back. The total depth of the two racks will be 600 mm. A 46 U minimum rack space is required at each rack. The related ADSL and PSTN subracks are denoted with the same number (e.g. ADSL Subrack 3 and PSTN Subrack 3).
Rack A
3U 1U PDF Empty Space 3U 1U

Rack B
PDF Empty Space

12 U

ADSL Subrack 1

12 U

PSTN Subrack 1

1U 1U

Empty Space Cable Manager

1U 1U

Empty Space Cable Manager

12 U

PSTN Subrack 2

12 U

ADSL Subrack 2

1U 1U

Empty Space Cable Manager

1U 1U

Empty Space Cable Manager

12 U

ADSL Subrack 3

12 U

PSTN Subrack 3

1U 1U

Empty Space Cable Manager

1U 1U

Empty Space Cable Manager

Equipment PDF ADSL Subrack PSTN Subrack Cable Manager

Scope Connection of the power lines (from the local dc distributor) and of the load cables. Connection to the subscriber network (for broadband services provisioning). Connection to the subscriber network (for narrowband services provisioning). Arrangement of the ADSL, PSTN and Splitter Subracks cables.

Qty 2 3 3 6

NOTE

The racks should be installed at telecom rooms with proper air-conditioning system. If thats not feasible, INTRACOM TELECOM can provide you a specially designed cabinet of 800 mm depth with appropriate air-duct.
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3024 ADSL over PSTN Combo Ports, Continued


Block diagram

The following block diagram depicts the connectivity of the solution:


Subscribers Network

ADSL o PSTN 3024 ports

(*) Splitters included

Rack A
1 .. . 14 ADSL72 LTU

Rack B
1 . .. ADSL 72 x 14 = 1008 ports PSTN 72 x 14 = 1008 ports 14 POTS72 LTU NPU PSTN Subrack 1 1 . .. PSTN 72 x 14 = 1008 ports MDF (*) ADSL 72 x 14 = 1008 ports 14 ADSL72 LTU XPU ADSL Subrack 2 1 . .. ADSL 72 x 14 = 1008 ports PSTN 72 x 14 = 1008 ports 14 POTS72 LTU NPU PSTN Subrack 3 V5.2 (16 x E1, 120 ) PSTN Network Up to 7 x GbE Ethernet Network V5.2 (16 x E1, 120 ) VoIP PSTN Network

Ethernet Network

Up to 7 x GbE

XPU

VoIP

ADSL Subrack 1 1 .. . 14 POTS72 LTU

V5.2 PSTN Network (16 x E1, 120 )

NPU

PSTN Subrack 2 1 .. . 14 ADSL72 LTU

Ethernet Network

Up to 7 x GbE

XPU

ADSL Subrack 3

VoIP

ADSL subrack configuration

See page 21.

PSTN subrack configuration

See page 22.

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6. Cabinet Solutions
Different cabinet solutions are available providing the following ports capacities: 360 ADSL over PSTN Combo ports and 360 PSTN ports 504 ADSL over PSTN Combo ports. The solution offers 504 ADSL and 504 POTS ports. The aforementioned cabinet solutions are fully described herein after.

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360 ADSL over PSTN Combo Ports & 360 PSTN Ports
Equipment layout

The layout of the equipment to be mounted within INTRACOM TELECOM INTRA S-27 outdoor cabinet (H = 1650 mm, W = 1190 mm, D = 690 mm) is shown below.
Mixed ADSL & PSTN Subrack

Power AC Meter PDF

12 U

Generator Inlet

AC / DC PSU
Alarms Termin. Block

4U

ODF

Batteries MDF

Side Compartment

Side Compartment

Equipment AC PDF Power Meter Generator Inlet Alarms Termination Block ODF Mixed ADSL & PSTN Subrack AC / DC PSU Batteries MDF

Scope Connection of the ac power input. Measurement of the power consumption. Connection of ac generator (optional). Termination of cabinet internal and external alarms.

Qty 1 1 1 1

Connection of both network and telecom equipment optical cables. Connection to the subscriber network (for broadband and narrowband services provisioning). Connection of the power lines (from the AC PDF) and of the load cables. Power supply of the ADSL & PSTN Subrack in case of ac mains failure. Termination of the ADSL Combo Ports (splitters included), the PSTN Ports and the copper network.

1 1

1 4 18 module blocks

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360 ADSL over PSTN Combo Ports & 360 PSTN Ports,
Continued
Block diagram

The following block diagram depicts the connectivity of the solution:

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360 ADSL over PSTN Combo Ports & 360 PSTN Ports,
Continued
Mixed ADSL and PSTN subrack configuration

The configuration of the mixed ADSL and PSTN subrack is shown below:

Unit ADSL72 POTS72 XPU NPU PSFFC-X Dummy Panel 2 (CPU)

Qty 5 10 1 1 2 1

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504 ADSL over PSTN Combo Ports


Equipment layout

The layout of the equipment to be mounted within INTRACOM TELECOM INTRA S-27 outdoor cabinet (H = 1650 mm, W = 1190 mm, D = 690 mm) is shown below.
Mixed ADSL & PSTN Subrack

Power AC Meter PDF

12 U

Generator Inlet

AC / DC PSU
Alarms Termin. Block

4U

ODF

Batteries MDF

Side Compartment

Side Compartment

Equipment AC PDF Power Meter Generator Inlet Alarms Termination Block ODF Mixed ADSL & PSTN Subrack AC / DC PSU Batteries MDF

Scope Connection of the ac power input. Measurement of the power consumption. Connection of ac generator (optional). Termination of cabinet internal and external alarms.

Qty 1 1 1 1

Connection of both network and telecom equipment optical cables. Connection to the subscriber network (for broadband and narrowband services provisioning). Connection of the power lines (from the AC PDF) and of the load cables. Power supply of the ADSL & PSTN Subrack in case of ac mains failure. Termination of the ADSL Combo Ports (splitters included) and the copper network.

1 1

1 4 18 module blocks

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504 ADSL over PSTN Combo Ports, Continued


Block diagram

The following block diagram depicts the connectivity of the solution:

Mixed ADSL and PSTN subrack configuration

The configuration of the mixed ADSL and PSTN subrack is shown below:

Unit ADSL72 POTS72 XPU NPU PSFFC-X Dummy Panel 2 (CPU)

Qty 7 7 1 1 2 1

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7. Management
INTRACOM TELECOM offers an Integrated Management Solution with Network Management, Network Maintenance and Service Provisioning functionality for centrally managing iBAS MSAN networks. iBAS MSAN systems can be managed both locally and remotely through either CLI management or SNMP based management. The network management is performed through a suite of applications consisting of: BBMS for narrowband Element Management Systems (EMS) uNiMS for broadband Element Management Systems (EMS) ActionStreamer for service provisioning (optional)

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Management, Continued
Other options of managing iBAS MSAN systems

For the management of iBAS MSAN systems, INTRACOM TELECOM offers a software solution which enables the Operator to set up, configure and monitor the systems either locally or remotely via SNMP, CLI or LCT. CLI is used for ADSL local or remote operation and maintenance and offers extensive configuration and monitoring capabilities via efficient and simple compound commands that are internally split into multiple individual commands. CLI implements FCPS functions. LCT is used for POTS local or remote operation and maintenance and offers extensive configuration and monitoring capabilities via efficient and simple Windows-based Graphical User Interface. SNMP may be used for direct connection to 3rd party NMS / OSS systems.

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8. System Features ADSL-72/2+A Blade


Supported ADSL standards

ITU-T G.992.1 (ADSL G.dmt), all Annexes ITU-T G.992.2 (ADSL G.lite), all Annexes ITU-T G.992.3 (ADSL2), Annexes A, L, M ITU-T G.992.5 (ADSL2+), Annexes A, M

Features

ATM SARing Auto-sensing encapsulation On VC Full Bridging functionality with 802.1Q support Traffic handling and QoS for up to 8 queues per port with rate limiting L2 / L3 Security Features Packet Filtering and Suppressing PPPoA to PPPoE Interworking

IPoA to IPoE Tunneling Full PPP and DHCP with Intermediate Agent Enhanced INP support DELT and SELT line test support Autonomous thermal shutdown functionality

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xPU Blade
Ethernet features

Ethernet switching functionality, full layer 2 (Ethernet bridging) and layer 3 functionality IEEE 802.1ad Provider Bridges [VLAN Stacking (Q in Q)] IEEE 802.1d-2004 IEEE 802.1q and IEEE 802.1q-REV (including 1:n VLANs) IEEE 802.1p RSTP IEEE 802.1w Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol

MSTP IEEE 802.1q-2003 Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol DSL Forum TR-101 (in conjunction with the ADSL-72 LTUs)

QoS features

Full QoS functionality Strict Priority Queuing (for VoIP applications) Enhanced number of QoS policers and classifiers Priority-aware full-duplex PAUSE functionality, allowing standard IEEE 802.3x PAUSE to be used for best effort flow control while avoiding headof-line (HOL) blocking effects on high-priority, low-latency traffic Per VLAN IEEE 802.1p priority retagging

Security features

MAC anti-spoofing denial of service prevention CAM table flooding protection MAC table per interface (active MAC address limiting per interface) Broadcast storm control (limits broadcast traffic in large scale Layer 2 networks) MAC Access Lists
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xPU Blade, Continued


VLAN features

Massively scalable per-port-confined VLAN swapping scheme (allows VLANs to retain link-level significance while still allowing forwarding and QoS classification in each instance) Massively scalable source or destination MAC address-based VLAN allocation scheme Four-stage priority-aware hierarchical shaper per port, enabling shaping to synchronous line rates while limiting buffer requirements on up to four levels of the attached devices and / or network equipment Additional support of IEEE 802.1ad Provider Bridges (VLAN Stacking) for extended VLAN addressability and transparency

Other features

Multicasting: - IGMP v2 snooping with proxy reporting and zap log supporting IGMP Access Lists (White or Black notation available) Local Log Buffers, Syslog server support Extensive logging, precise timing via Real-Time Clock, clock synchronization with NTP or SNTP servers Full support of TACACS+ for provision of separate authentication, authorization and accounting services Bandwidth monitoring per Interface

Management capabilities

Command Line Interface (CLI) for local or remote management Element management via uNiMS offering Fault Management, Performance Management, Security, Remote Scheduled Software Upgrades and Network Topology Connection to Fault, Performance & Inventory OSS systems via uNiMS Element Manager SNMP/Java North-bound interfaces Connection to Service Management OSS/BSS systems via ActionStreamer Automatic Service Provisioning Middleware offering real time service activation in bulk or single mode and rapid integration with new or legacy OSS/BSS systems due to its Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Direct connection to OSS Fault Management systems via SNMP v2 Direct connection to OSS centralized logging systems via embedded SYSLOG server

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POTS-72 Blade
Line remote power feeding adjusted to long (4 to 5 km) or short (up to 1,5 km) loops for power consumption minimization per subscriber High driving capability per port (up to 5 RENs for short loops and up to 3 RENs for long loops) On-board power supply unit (for the cards operating voltages) protected against shorts or circuit overloads DTMF or pulse dialling detection per port Ringing signal generation per port Polarity reversal support per port Caller ID generation per port CLIP on CW Metering tone (12 kHz / 16 kHz) generation Line testing per port according to GR-909 and GR-844 (1) standards (foreign voltage detection, resistance and capacitance measurements) Remote control and management of the blade through the Central Control Unit High speed PCM bus carrying voice and signalling data to / from the Central Control Unit Hot insertion / extraction in / from the chassis Ports protection against overvoltages and lightning (secondary protection) Pots line characteristics software configurable according to customers demands and in compliance to ITU-T Q.552, ETSI EG 201 188, ETSI EG 201 185

(1) Available upon customer request.

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NPU Blade
E1 traffic

Available only in the NPU-16E1/IPS type of blade. V5.2 multilink (ETS 300 347) G.703 2048 kbit/s short haul with 120 Ohm line termination impedance * HDB3 line coding 12 dB maximum cable attenuation CRC-4 multiframe / doubleframe framing (G.704 compliant) or none

* For 75 Ohm line termination impedance, a 120 Ohm to 75 Ohm conversion panel is required.

VoIP signalling

PSTN signalling (H.248 (Megaco) / SIP) H.248.1 v2, ETSI ES 283 002 v1.1.1 (2005-08) SIP v2 (RFC 3261), ETSI TS 183 043

VoIP media traffic

Multiple VoIP Codecs support (G.711 PCM A-law or u-law, G.729A/B, G.726, G.723.1) Echo Cancellation (G.168) Voice Activity Detection, Silence Suppression Fax / Modem functionality: - Fax / Modem Pass Through (G.711) - Fax / Modem Autonomous / Soft Switch Controlled - Fax relay over IP (T.38) Packet Loss Concealment (PLC) support

Ethernet features

VLAN Tagging (IEEE 802.1q) STP / RSTP (IEEE 802.1w-2001)

Management capabilities

LCT windows-based graphical application for local or remote management Element management via BBMS offering Fault, Configuration, Performance, Security, Remote Scheduled Software Updates and Network Topology Connection to Fault, Performance & Inventory OSS systems via BBMS Element Manager SNMP/Java North-bound interfaces Connection to Service Management OSS/BSS systems via ActionStreamer Automatic Service Provisioning Middleware offering real time service activation in bulk or single mode and rapid integration with new or legacy OSS/BSS systems due to its Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Direct connection to OSS systems via SNMP v1 & v2

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9. Technical Specifications Electrical Specifications

Operating DC Voltage Maximum Total Power Consumption for pure broadband services provisioning Maximum Total Power Consumption for pure narrowband services provisioning Typical Total Power Consumption for pure narrowband services provisioning Maximum Power Consumption per card
FANT-X PSFFC-X xPU-8SG NPU-16E1/IPS / NPU-IPS ADSL-72/2+A / ADSL-72/2+B POTS-72_TDM

48 V / -60 V (-40,5 V to -72 V) HCIS: 1810 W MCIS: 652 W HCIS: 1946 W MCIS: 634 W HCIS: 756 W MCIS: 294 W 30 W 2W 80 W 64 W 106 W (1) 132 W (1) (2)

(1) All ports active, long loops and high environment temperature

(2) Typical power consumption: 47 W (30% traffic, 22 ports active)


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Mechanical Specifications

Dimensions (H x W x D)

HCIS/M: 621,5 mm x 482,6 mm x 284,7 mm (24,47 in x 19 in x 11,21 in) HCIS/M-X: 492 mm x 482,6 mm x 271,9 mm (19,37 in x 19 in x 10,7 in) MCIS: 177 mm x 482,6 mm x 271,9 mm (6,97 in x 19 in x 10,7 in) 14 slots Splitter Subrack: 265,9 mm x 482,6 mm x 192,5 mm (10,47 in x 19 in x 7,58 in) 8 slots Splitter Subrack: 265,9 mm x 482,6 mm x 138,5 mm (10,47 in x 19 in x 5,45 in)

Weight

HCIS/M: 18 kg (empty) ~44 kg (fully equipped) HCIS/M-X: 13 kg (empty) ~39 kg (fully equipped) MCIS: 8,8 kg (empty) ~18 kg (fully equipped) 14 slots Splitter Subrack: 3,5 kg (empty) ~16 kg (fully equipped) 8 slots Splitter Subrack: 3 kg (empty) ~11 kg (fully equipped)

Environmental Specifications
Operating Temperature Range: Relative Humidity (RH): Storage and Transportation Temperature -25 C to +55 C (ETSI EN 300 019-2-3, Class 3.3) 93% at +30 C (steady state) (ETSI EN 300 019-2-3, Class 3.3) -40 C to +70 C (ETSI EN 300 019-2-2, Class T2.3)

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WAN Interfaces

WAN Interfaces

xPU-8sg Control Unit: - 8 x GbE interfaces (1000BASE-X with SFP modules, IEEE 802.3), for WAN uplink connections, SFP MSA and SFF-8472 compliant xPU-4/4G Control Unit: - 4 x GbE electrical interfaces (10/100/1000BASE-T at RJ-45 receptacles, IEEE 802.3), for WAN uplink connections - 4 x GbE interfaces (1000BASE-X with SFP modules, IEEE 802.3), for WAN uplink connections

Subscriber Ports Capacity

Ports Capacity

HCIS: up to 1152 x ADSL2+ interfaces (Annexes A, L, M) or 1008 POTS interfaces or 504 combo (ADSL+POTS) interfaces MCIS: up to 360 x ADSL2+ interfaces (Annexes A, L, M) or 288 POTS interfaces or 144 combo (ADSL+POTS) interfaces All interfaces available on the corresponding LTUs blades front panels

Splitters
Filters SP-72P14 Splitter Unit Low Pass Filters (LPF) matched to option A and B of ETSI 101-952-1-1 Suitable for installation in the 14 slots Splitter Subrack. Affords two groups of three receptacles each, at the front panel, for connection to the ADSL-72/2+A and POTS-72 blades and one group of three receptacles, back accessible, for termination of 72 line ADSL-overPOTS signals Suitable for installation in the 8 slots Splitter Subrack. Affords two groups of three receptacles each, at the front panel, for connection to the ADSL-72/2+A and POTS-72 blades and one group of three receptacles, also at the front panel, for termination of 72 line ADSLover-POTS signals
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I / O ports
Inputs Four input pairs to connect external switching devices (sensors, switches etc.). All inputs are internally optocoupled. Two output pairs (dry contacts) to connect external system alarm monitoring circuitry. The outputs are rated at 1 A max and 220 V ac or dc.
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Outputs

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Management Interfaces
FE interface (10/100BASE-TX, IEEE 802.3), for local or remote outband management connection RS-232 interface (V.24 subset), for local outband management connection GbE #1 traffic interface (1000BASE-X with SFP module, IEEE 802.3), can be optionally used for inband management transmission, in case of xPU-8sg Control Unit Management interfaces Anyone of the eight GbE traffic interfaces (GbE 1 to 4: 10/100/1000BASE-T at RJ-45 receptacles, IEEE 802.3, GbE 5 to 6: 1000BASE-X with SFP module, IEEE 802.3), can be optionally used for inband management transmission, in case of xPU-4/4G/N Control Unit (*) All interfaces available on the Central Control blade front panel CLI interface for local or remote management of ADSL72 LCT windows-based graphical application for local or remote management of POTS72 SNMP v2 for remote element/network management of ADSL72 SNMP v1 or v2 for remote element/network management of POTS72 POTS Element management via BBMS offering Fault, Configuration, Performance, Security, Remote Scheduled Software Updates and Network Topology ADSL Element management via uNiMS offering Fault Management, Performance Management, Security, Remote Scheduled Software Upgrades and Network Topology Connection to Fault, Performance & Inventory OSS systems via uNiMS & BBMS Element Managers North-bound interfaces Connection to Service Management OSS/BSS systems via ActionStreamer Automatic Service Provisioning Middleware offering real time service activation in bulk or single mode and rapid integration with new or legacy OSS/BSS systems due to its Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)

Management options

(*) From the eight GbE interfaces only one can be used for inband management
each time. The selection of the interface is performed as follows: If the RSTP protocol is supported, the RSTP protocol selects the interface to be used for the inband management traffic.

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Compliance & Certifications

EN 61000-4-2, EN 61000-4-3, EN 61000-4-4, EN 61000-4-5 EN 300 386 V1.3.2

Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)

Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM) Telecommunication network equipment; Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) requirements Resistibility of telecommunication equipment installed in a telecommunications centre to overvoltages and overcurrents Resistibility of access network equipment to overvoltages and overcurrents Radio disturbance of Information technology equipment Information technology equipment - Safety RoHS compliant Environmental conditions and tests for telecommunications equipment Part 1-3 Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) transceivers Extended bandwidth ADSL2 (ADSL2+) Media Access Control (MAC) Bridges Virtual Bridged Local Area Networks Carrier sense multiple access with collision detection (CSMA / CD) access method and physical layer specifications

ITU-T K.20 (basic level) ITU-T K.45 (basic level) EN 55022 Class A EN 60950-1 2002/95/EC ETSI EN 300 019-1-3 V2.1.2 Class 3.5 ITU-T G.992.5 ITU-T G.992.5 Annex L ITU-T G.992.5 Annex M IEEE 802.1d IEEE 802.1q IEEE 802.3

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10. Abbreviations

CapEx CLI CO CPE FCPS INP LTU MSAN NGN OpEx ROI SNMP VC VLAN VoD WAN

Capital Expenditures Command Line Interface Central Office Customer Premises Equipment Fault, Configuration, Performance, Security Impulse Noise Protection Line Termination Unit Multi Service Access Node Next Generation Network Operational Expenditures Return On Investment Simple Network Management Protocol Virtual Circuit Virtual Local Area Network Video on Demand Wide Area Network

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