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Contents
1 Product Positioning and Features .............................................................................................. 1
1.1 Product Features ............................................................................................................................................... 1
1.2 Product Positioning .......................................................................................................................................... 4

2 Quick Reference ............................................................................................................................ 6


3 System Architecture and Service Access ................................................................................ 13
3.1 System Architecture ....................................................................................................................................... 13
3.2 Service Types ................................................................................................................................................. 15
3.2.1 Types of Supported Services ................................................................................................................. 15
3.2.2 Access Capacities .................................................................................................................................. 16

4 Hardware and Network Elements ........................................................................................... 17


4.1 Chassis and Power Consumption ................................................................................................................... 17
4.1.1 Chassis Structure ................................................................................................................................... 17
4.1.2 Cross-Connect and Slot Access Capacity .............................................................................................. 20
4.1.3 Power Consumption .............................................................................................................................. 21
4.2 Board Description .......................................................................................................................................... 21
4.2.1 Board Category ..................................................................................................................................... 21

5 Networking and Application Scenarios ................................................................................. 24


5.1 Basic Network Topologies ............................................................................................................................. 24
5.2 Typical Application of Pure Packet Networking ............................................................................................ 25

6 Network Management System ................................................................................................. 28


6.1 Network Management .................................................................................................................................... 28
6.2 DCN Management ......................................................................................................................................... 30

7 Operation and Maintenance ..................................................................................................... 32


8 Technical Specifications ............................................................................................................ 35
8.1 General Specifications.................................................................................................................................... 35
8.2 Power Consumption and Weight of Each Board ............................................................................................ 36

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Product Positioning and Features

About This Chapter


The OptiX OSN 500 is of a pure packet architecture, and supports a variety of service access
modes. It completes Huawei's optical transmission system, and sharpens the competitive
edges of Huawei's optical transmission products.
1.1 Product Features
This section describes the equipment features in terms of architecture, technology, and
networking.
1.2 Product Positioning
This section describes product positioning and networking application.

1.1 Product Features


This section describes the equipment features in terms of architecture, technology, and
networking.

Simple Architecture and High Integration


The OptiX OSN 500 is a type of case-shaped equipment. The dimensions of the chassis are:
44 mm (H) x 442 mm (W) x 220 mm (D) Of a simple architecture and high integration, the
OptiX OSN 500 can be installed in the following ways:

Cabinet-mounting (ETSI cabinet and 19-inch cabinet)

Wall-mounting

Desk-mounting

Open-rack-mounting

Pure Packet Architecture and Multi-Service Transmission Support


The OptiX OSN 500 supports service bearing in the packet domain. The solution improves
based on the service changes that take place due to radio mobile network evolution. Therefore,
this solution can meet the transmission requirements of not only 2G and 3G networks, but
also the future LTE and 4G networks.

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CES and ATM/IMA Service Support and Flexible Networking


The OptiX OSN 500 supports the circuit emulation service (CES) technology, allowing direct
transmission of TDM E1 services in the packet domain.
ATM is a connection-oriented, fast packet switching technology. Integrating the advantages of
circuit switching with those of packet switching, ATM is a standard broadband ISDN
(B-ISDN) transfer mode. Inverse multiplexing for ATM (IMA) is a technology that
implements inverse multiplexing for ATM.

End-to-End Service Configuration/One-Click Commissioning/One-Click Fault


Diagnosis (TP-Assist)
Compared with legacy TDM networks, packet switched networks (PSNs) have the following
characteristics:

PSNs have flexible networking and complicated configuration, and therefore have high
requirements for operating and maintenance personnel.

PSNs do not have complete overhead fields indicating their physical states, as compared
to TDM networks. If a fault occurs on a PSN, no simple and easy-to-use tool is available
to diagnose the fault.

Diversified network topologies and complicated technologies entail powerful OAM


capabilities.

To address the preceding concerns, the OptiX OSN equipment provides TP-Assist
functionality to simplify operation and improve efficiency in service configuration,
installation, commissioning, fault diagnosis, and routine maintenance. Table 1-1 describes the
TP-Assist OAM system applied to PSNs.
Table 1-1 TP-Assist OAM system applied to PSNs
Function

Sub-Item

Application

End-to-end
service
configuration

End-to-end
configuration of packet
services

Supports end-to-end configuration of ETH


PWE3 services, native E-Line services, and
native E-LAN services.

Alarm deployment
along with service
configuration

Automatically configures and starts PWE3


service continuity checks (CCs), tunnel
OAM CCs, and PW OAM CCs
immediately after services are configured
in end-to-end mode.

One-click
commissioning

One-click service
connectivity test

Supports the following end-to-end,


one-click OAM connectivity tests:
ETH-OAM LB, tunnel ping, and PW ping.

One-click fault
diagnosis

IP ping response

Supports IP ping response on a per-NE


basis or in end-to-end mode at UNI ports
on transport networks.

Service loopbacks

Loops back Layer 2 E-LAN services at


specific points and tests whether services
are blocked.

One-click, intelligent

Diagnoses service interruptions and service

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Sub-Item

Application

fault diagnosis

performance deterioration.

Performance
measurement and
monitoring

Supports the following performance


measurement functions:

Volume measurement: measures traffic


volumes by port, flow, VLAN, V-UNI,
PW, transit tunnel, or port queue, and
displays volumes in graphical form on
the NMS to illustrate bandwidth usage.

Measurement of congestion-caused
packet loss: measures
congestion-caused lost packets by flow,
PW, or egress queue. This function
helps learn the actual operating status of
an NE and diagnose packet loss.

Supports the following performance


monitoring functions:

Half-duplex alarm for


ETH ports

Threshold-crossing monitoring: volume


threshold-crossing alarms

Bandwidth utilization monitoring: port


bandwidth utilization threshold-crossing
alarms

Flow monitoring: no-traffic alarms

Packet loss monitoring: packet loss


threshold-crossing alarms

Reports a warning alarm if the working


mode of an ETH port is set to
auto-negotiation but the ETH port works in
half-duplex mode.

Hierarchical OAM
The OptiX OSN equipment supports ETH OAM, MPLS OAM, and MPLS-TP OAM.
Hierarchical OAM provides Ethernet services with complete maintenance methods. Figure
1-1 shows the application of hierarchical OAM.

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Figure 1-1 Application of hierarchical OAM


P

P
CE1

PE2

PE1

CE3

PSN

CE2

CE4
CE

PE

PE

CE

MPLS/MPLS-TP
Tunnel OAM

Tunnel
Layer

MPLS/MPLS- TP PW OAM

PW
Layer
ETH
Layer

Ethernet
Port OAM

Ethernet Service OAM

Ethernet
Port OAM

: MEP
: MIP

1.2 Product Positioning


This section describes product positioning and networking application.
The OptiX OSN 500 is used at the access layer of a transmission network, supporting
multi-protocol label switching (MPLS)/MPLStransport profile (MPLS-TP) technology. For
its product positioning and typical application, see Figure 1-2.

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Figure 1-2 Product positioning and typical application of the OptiX OSN 500
Access layer

Convergence
node

Convergence/
Backbone layer

CES E1
FE
CES E1

FE

FE/GE
FE/GE
Packet network
FE/GE

ATM/IMA E1

FE/GE
CES E1
ATM/IMA E1

FE

FE

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Quick Reference

This chapter describes the product overview, including product photos, hardware, software,
and functions and features.
Table 2-1 lists the overview of the OptiX OSN 500.
Table 2-1 Overview of the OptiX OSN 500
Item

Description

Appearan
ce
Board

CSHD/MD1/EM6T/EM6F/PIU/UPM/FAN

Packet
functions
and
features

See Table 2-2.

Switching
capacity

7.2 Gbit/s

Managem
ent ports
and
auxiliary
ports

Interface Type

Description

Connector

External clock
port

120-ohm external
clock port, which can
work in 2048 kbit/s
mode or 2048 kHz
mode

RJ45

External time
port/Port for
monitoring an
outdoor cabinet

External time port:


The equipment
provides two
1PPS+TOD or
DCLS time
input/output ports.
The ports adopt the
RS-422 level.

RJ45

Port for monitoring


an outdoor cabinet:
one port for

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connecting to an
outdoor cabinet
Power supply
port

Power supply port


connecting to two
-48/-60 V DC power
supplies

4-pin terminal block

Network
management port

Ethernet NM port/NM
serial port, which is
connected to a
network management
system (NMS)

RJ45

Alarm
input/output port

3-input/1-output alarm
port

RJ45

Table 2-2 OptiX OSN 500 functions and features


Item

Description

MPLS
support
capability

The packet switching unit of the CSHD board works with a service board to implement MPLS
functions.

Setup mode: static tunnels

Protection: 1:1 tunnel APS

OAM: supports MPLS tunnel OAM and MPLS-TP tunnel OAM. MPLS tunnel OAM
complies with ITU-T Y.1711, and MPLS-TP tunnel OAM complies with ITU-T G.8113.1.

Maximum number of MPLS tunnels

Unidirectional: 1K

Bidirectional: 512

Maximum number of tunnel bandwidth: 1 Gbit/s

Maximum number of QinQ links: 1K

NOTE
Unidirectional and bidirectional MPLS tunnels share tunnel resources. One bidirectional MPLS tunnel is
equivalent to two unidirectional MPLS tunnels.

PWE3
support
capability

The sum of PW count and MPLS tunnel count must not exceed 1K. PW count and MPLS tunnel count,
however, can be 1K simultaneously if each MPLS tunnel carries one PW. This is because if an MPLS tunnel
carries PWs, the MPLS tunnel is not counted and only the carried PWs are counted.

The packet switching unit of the CSHD board works with a service board to implement PWE3
functions.

Service categories

TDM PWE3 (CES) services

ATM PWE3 services

ETH PWE3 services

Setup mode: static PWs

Protection: 1:1 PW APS

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OAM: supports MPLS PW OAM and MPLS-TP PW OAM. MPLS PW OAM complies with
ITU-T Y.1711, and MPLS-TP PW OAM complies with ITU-T G.8113.1.

Supports MS-PWs.

Supports configurable bandwidth.

Maximum number of static PWs: 1K

Maximum number of PW bandwidth: 1 Gbit/s

Maximum number of static MS-PWs: 128

NOTE
The sum of PW count and MPLS tunnel count must not exceed 1K. PW count and MPLS tunnel count,
however, can be 1K simultaneously if each MPLS tunnel carries one PW. This is because if an MPLS tunnel
carries PWs, the MPLS tunnel is not counted and only the carried PWs are counted.

Service

Service
Type

Description

Ethernet
service

Supports Native ETH and


ETH PWE3 services.

Format of Ethernet data


frames: IEEE 802.3 and
Ethernet II

Jumbo frames

MTU length: 960 bytes to


9600 bytes (1620 bytes, by
default)

MPLS function support

VLAN function support.


The VLAN IDs range from
1 to 4094.

QinQ support

Number of static MAC


addresses supported by a
private network: 512

Service Port
Description

Connector

FE (electrical
port): 18

10/100BAS
E-T(X)

RJ-45

FE (optical
port): 6

100BAS
E-BX

LC

100BAS
E-FX

100BAS
E-LX

100BAS
E-VX

100BAS
E-ZX

GE: 6

GE optical
port:

1000BA
SE-SX

Number of MAC addresses


supported by a device: 16K

1000BA
SE-LX

E-Line services based on


PORT, PORT+VLAN,
PORT+VLAN+PRI, or
PORT+QinQ; E-Line
services carried by PWs;
maximum number of
E-Line services: 1K

1000BA
SE-VX

1000BA
SE-ZX

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Receiving
Capability

E-LAN services based on


IEEE 802.1d bridges, IEEE
802.1q bridges, or IEEE
802.1ad bridges; maximum
number of E-LAN
services: 1; maximum

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number of logical ports: 1K
CES service

ATM/IMA
service

Maximum number of CES


services: 80

Service category:
point-to-point service

Encapsulation types:

Tunnel APS

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SAToP

Compression of idle
timeslots: supported (only
for CESoPSN
encapsulation)

Jitter buffer time: 375 us to


16000 us

Packet loading time: 125 us


to 5000 us

CES ACR: supported

Maximum number of ATM


services

Protection

Local: 96

Remote: 192

80xE1

75/120-ohm
smart E1
port

Anea 96

80xE1

75/120-ohm
smart E1
port

Anea 96

Maximum number of ATM


connections

Local: 384

Remote: 768

ATM traffic management

ATM encapsulation format

N-to-one VPC

N-to-one VCC

One-to-one VPC

One-to-one VCC

Maximum number of
concatenated ATM cells:
31

ATM OAM: F4 (VP layer)


and F5 (VC layer)

Maximum number of IMA


groups: 32

Maximum number of
members in an IMA group:
16

Maximum number of protection groups: 32

Switching duration: 50 ms (two tunnel APS protection groups, each

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carrying 16 PWs)
NOTE
Tunnel APS and PW APS share 32 protection group resources.

PW APS

MPLS tunnel APS and MPLS-TP tunnel APS share 32 protection group resources.

Maximum number of protection groups: 32

Maximum number of members bound into a PW: 512

Switching duration: 50 ms (one protection pair containing eight members,


six PW APS protection groups)

NOTE
Tunnel APS and PW APS share 32 protection group resources.

MSTP

Supports the MSTP protocol that generates only the CIST. The MSTP protocol
provides functions equivalent to those of the RSTP protocol.

ERPS

Supports ERPS that complies with ITU-T G.8032/Y.1344.

LPT

LAG

Maintenan
ce

MPLS PW APS and MPLS-TP PW APS share 32 protection group resources.

MPLS/MPL
S-TP OAM

Maximum number of protection groups: 8

Switching duration: 50 ms at an optical port and 2s at an electrical port if


the number of nodes on a ring network is not more than 16 and the link is
faulty bidirectionally

Maximum number of services that support LPT: 16

Point-point and point-multipoint LPT

Switching duration:

300 ms if the fault is on the NNI side and is detected using PW OAM

300 ms at an optical port and 3s at an electrical port if the fault is on


the UNI side

LAG protection

A maximum of eight LAGs. Each LAG has a maximum of eight members.

Switching duration:

Manual/Static LAG: 50 ms at an optical port and 2s at an electrical


port if the link is interrupted bidirectionally

Static LAG: 3s if the link is interrupted unidirectionally

Tunnel OAM and PW OAM

Maximum sum of the number of tunnels supporting OAM and the number of
PWs supporting OAM: 64

NOTE
The sum of the number of tunnels supporting OAM and the number of PWs supporting
OAM must not exceed 64.

ETH-OAM

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PWs supporting MPLS/MPLS-TP OAM must not exceed 64.

Supports the following Ethernet service OAM functions:

Management of OAM maintenance points

Continuity check (CC)

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Loopback (LB)

Link trace (LT)

Alarm indication signal (AIS) activation

Loss measurement (LM)

Delay measurement (DM)

Supports the following Ethernet port OAM functions:

OAM auto-discovery

Link performance monitoring

Fault detection

Loopback at the remote end

Self-loop detection and self-looped port blocking

Maximum number of MDs/MAs/MEPs: 32

ATM OAM

Supports the following ATM OAM functions: CC, LB, RDI, and AIS.

RMON

Supports port-level and service-level RMON functions, in compliance with RFC


2819. Supports four RMON management groups: Ethernet statistics group,
Ethernet history group, Ethernet alarm group, and Ethernet history control group.
Port level:

Basic Ethernet performance

Extended Ethernet performance

Service level:

Synchroniz
ation

L2VPN (private line service)

Transit tunnel

PW

PRBS

Supports PRBS tests for lower order services.

Synchronou
s Ethernet
clock

Synchronous Ethernet that complies with ITU-T G.8261 and ITU-T G.8262.

Port receiving/transmitting synchronous Ethernet clocks: FE/GE

Input/Output of SSM packets

Clock frequency stability (hold-over mode): less than 50 ppb

NOTE
SFP electrical modules do not support synchronous Ethernet clocks.
When working in 10BASE-T mode, FE/GE ports do not support synchronous Ethernet
clocks.

IEEE
1588v2

The OptiX OSN 500 provides two 1PPS+ToD external time ports that support
compensation for propagation delay on their connected cables. The
compensation can be set to a value within the range from 0 to 10 us in steps of
not more than 10 ns. ToD supports cyclic redundancy checks (CRCs).

The input/output mode at the two external time ports can be set.

The two external time ports form active/standby protection. If the time signals
from one port fail, the equipment automatically adopts the time signals from
the other port.

NOTE

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SFP electrical modules do not support IEEE 1588v2.

IEEE 1588
ACR

Supported

IEEE CES
ACR

Maximum number of CES ACR clocks: 4

The clock performance complies with the ITU-T G.823 Traffic template.

Supports tributary retiming.

Supports external and internal clock sources. The port impedance is 120 ohms
or 75 ohms (a converter can be used to provide a 75-ohm clock port).

Supports non-synchronization status message (SSM), standard SSM, and


extended SSM protocols.

Supports the locked, holdover, and free-run modes.

DiffServ

Physical
layer clocks

Others

QoS

NOTE
SFP electrical modules do not support IEEE 1588 ACR.

Supports simple traffic classification by specifying PHB service classes for


service flows based on their QoS information (C-VLAN priorities, S-VLAN
priorities, DSCP values, or PW EXP values) carried by packets.

Complex traffic classification


Supports traffic classification based on C-VLAN IDs, S-VLAN IDs, C-VLAN
priorities, S-VLAN priorities, C-VLAN IDs + C-VLAN priorities, S-VLAN
IDs + S-VLAN priorities, or DSCP values carried by packets.

QoS policies
Supports port policies and V-UNI ingress policies.

CAR
Provides the CAR function for traffic flows at ports and V-UNI ingresses.

Shaping
Provides traffic shaping for a specific port, PW ingress, prioritized queue, or
traffic flow.

IGMP
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SP

WRR

SP+WRR

Maximum number of multicast groups: 512

Maximum number of members in a multicast group: 1k

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System Architecture and Service Access

About This Chapter


The chapter describes the equipment's system architecture and service access.
3.1 System Architecture
The OptiX OSN 500 is a pure packet device. This section describes its functional units and
the relationship between these units.
3.2 Service Types
This section describes the maximum service access capabilities, service ports, and boards
providing specific service types for the OptiX OSN 500.

3.1 System Architecture


The OptiX OSN 500 is a pure packet device. This section describes its functional units and
the relationship between these units.
The OptiX OSN 500 consists of the following functional units: service interface unit, packet
switching unit, system control and communication unit, clock unit, auxiliary interface unit,
fan unit, and power supply unit.

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Figure 3-1 System architecture of OptiX OSN 500

Power
supply
unit
Packet
switching
unit

-48 V/-60 V DC

Fan
unit

Ethernet
signal
Service
interface
unit

FE/GE
E1 (CES/ATM/IMA)

NMS

Clock
unit

External clock

Auxiliary
interface
unit

External alarm

System control and


communication unit

DCN

Backplane

Optical/Electrical service

Cross-connect bus

Control and communication bus & Clock bus

Table 3-1 Function units of the OptiX OSN 500


Function Unit

Function

Service interface
unit

Transmits/Receives ATM/IMA E1 signals.

Transmits/Receives Ethernet signals.

Performs E1/ATM/Ethernet PWE3 emulation.

Processes Ethernet services and forwards packets.

Processes MPLS labels and forwards packets.

Processes PW labels and forwards packets.

Performs system communication and control.

Configures and manages the system.

Collects alarms and monitors performance.

Processes overhead bytes.

Traces clock sources and provides clock signals for the system.

Provides the input/output port for external clocks.

Packet switching
unit

System control and


communication unit

Clock unit

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Function

Provides the input/output port for external time.

Provides the time synchronization function.

Auxiliary interface
unit

Provides the external alarm input/output port.

Power supply unit

Connects to -48 V/-60 V DC power supplies.

Provides DC power to the local NE.

Cools the NE.

Fan unit

3.2 Service Types


This section describes the maximum service access capabilities, service ports, and boards
providing specific service types for the OptiX OSN 500.

3.2.1 Types of Supported Services


Different boards providing a wide variety of service ports can be deployed on the OptiX OSN
500.
Table 3-2 lists the services supported by the OptiX OSN 500.
Table 3-2 Types of supported services
Servi
ce
Cate
gory

Service
Type

Service
Rate

Board

Reference Standard

Packe
t

GE service
(optical
port)

1.25 Gbit/s

CSHD/EM6F

IEEE 802.3z

GE service
(electrical
port)

1000 Mbit/s

EM6T/EM6F

FE service
(optical
port)

125 Mbit/s

CSHD/EM6F

FE service
(electrical
port)

10/100
Mbit/s

CSHD/EM6T/EM6F

ATM/IMA/
E1 CES
service

2.048
Mbit/s

CSHD/MD1

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ITU-T G.703
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3.2.2 Access Capacities


This section describes the access capacities of the OptiX OSN 500.
Table 3-3 Access capacities of the OptiX OSN 500
Board

GE
(Optical
Port)

GE
(Electrical
Port)

FE (Optical
Port)

FE
(Electrical
Port)

E1
(ATM/IMA
/CES)

CSHD

18

80

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Hardware and Network Elements

About This Chapter


This section describes hardware structure, boards and external components of the equipment.
4.1 Chassis and Power Consumption
This section describes the structure of a chassis, slot layout, and access capacity.
4.2 Board Description
This section provides the appearance, dimensions, and classification of boards.

4.1 Chassis and Power Consumption


This section describes the structure of a chassis, slot layout, and access capacity.

4.1.1 Chassis Structure


This section describes the structure of the chassis and equipment labels.

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Chassis Structure and Board Installation Area

H
D

Board
installation
area

W
3
2

SLOT SLOT
5
6
(PIU) (FAN)

SLOT 4(EXT)

SLOT 3(EXT)
SLOT 2(CSHD)
4

1 Power supply board area


2 Fan board area

3 Extended board area


4 System control, switching,
and timing board area

An OptiX OSN 500 NE can automatically save its NE ID, extended ID, IP address, and subnet mask to
its backplane. After a new system control, switching, and timing board replaces an original one, the NE
automatically uses the saved information. Therefore, you do not need to set the NE ID, extended ID, IP
address, and subnet mask for the substitute board.

Description of Labels
Table 4-1 lists the description of the labels on the chassis and the boards in the chassis. The
actual labels may be different depending on the configurations of the chassis and boards.
Table 4-1 Description of labels
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Label Name

Description

ESD protection
label

Indicates that the


equipment is
sensitive to static
electricity.

Grounding label

Indicates the
grounding
position of the

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Label Name

Description
chassis.

/ QUALIFICATION CARD

Fan warning label

Indicates that the


fan leaves cannot
be touched when
the fan is rotating.

Power port warning


label

Indicates that you


must read the
operation
instructions before
connecting a
power cable.

Qualification card

Indicates that the


equipment is
qualified.

RoHS label

Indicates that the


equipment
contains certain
hazardous
substances
specified in
RoHS. The
equipment needs
to be recycled
after the
environment-frien
dly use period of
50 years expires.

Product nameplate
label

Indicates the
product name and
certification.

HUAWEI

HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO.,LTD.

MADE IN CHINA

50

Ventilation Design
The chassis is densely covered with small air holes. Through these holes, air is let in from the
left and out from the right by fans.

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Ensure the smooth flow of air inside and around the equipment. Do not block the air intake vents and air
exhaust vents of subracks when cabling. Keep the top of subracks clean.

Figure 4-1 Ventilation design of the OptiX OSN 500

AIR OUT

AIR IN

4.1.2 Cross-Connect and Slot Access Capacity


This section provides switching capacities and slot access capacities of the OptiX OSN 500 in
packet mode.

Switching Capacities
Table 4-2 lists packet switching capacities of the OptiX OSN 500.
Table 4-2 Switching capacities of the OptiX OSN 500
Board

Maximum Switching Capacity (Gbit/s)

CSHD

7.2

Access Capacities of Slots


Figure 4-2 provides access capacities of slots on the OptiX OSN 500.
Figure 4-2 Access capacities of slots on the OptiX OSN 500
SLOT
5
(PIU)

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SLOT
6
(FAN)

SLOT 3

2.5Gbit/s
SLOT 2

SLOT 4

2.5Gbit/s

2.5Gbit/s

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4.1.3 Power Consumption


This section provides the power consumption and heat consumption of the equipment.

Power Consumption

Maximum power consumption: 75 W

Typical power consumption: 35 W


Board configuration for typical power consumption: 1 x CSHD + 1 x FAN + 1 x PIU.

As shown in the following figure.


SLOT SLOT
5
6
(PIU) (FAN)

SLOT 1(CSHD)

Maximum heat consumption: 256 BTU/h

Typical heat consumption: 120 BTU/h


In the case of OptiX OSN 500 equipment, power consumption is generally transformed into heat
consumption. Hence, heat consumption (BTU/h) and power consumption (W) can be converted to each
other in the formula: Heat consumption (BTU/h) = Power consumption (W) / 0.2931 (Wh).

4.2 Board Description


This section provides the appearance, dimensions, and classification of boards.

4.2.1 Board Category


This section describes the boards that the equipment supports. Different boards provide the
equipment with different functions.
Table 4-3 lists the boards supported by the OptiX OSN 500.
Table 4-3 Boards supported by the OptiX OSN 500
Board
Classific
ation

Board
Acronym

Board
Name

Function

Service
Category

Port Type

Vali
d
Slot

System
control,
switching,
and timing
board

TNH1CSHD

Packet
system
control,
switching,
and timing
board

N/A

One Ethernet
NM port

Slot
2

One NM serial
port

3-input/1-outpu
t alarm port

Four FE
electrical ports:
10/100BASE-T
(X)

Two GE/FE

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packet
cross-connect
function.
Supports the
7.2 Gbit/s
packet
switching
function.
Performs
system
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Classific
ation

Board
Acronym

Board
Name

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Function

Service
Category

Port Type

and control.

Provides a
one-input,
one-output
external clock
port.

Provides
two-input,
two-output
external time
ports.

optical/electrica
l ports that use
any of the
following types
of SFP
modules:

Packet
processing
board

TNM1MD1

TNM1EM6T

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d
Slot

32xSmart
E1 service
processing
board

Transmits/Receive
s E1 signals.

CES E1

ATM/IM
A E1

FE/GE
processing
board

Transmits/Receive
s FE/GE service
signals and works
with the packet
switching unit to
process the
received FE/GE
service signals.

Native
Ethernet
services

Point-t
o-point
transpa
rent
transmi
ssion
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1000BASELX

1000BASEVX

1000BASEZX

1000BASET
(compatible
with FE
electrical
ports)

100BASE-B
X

100BASE-F
X

100BASE-L
X

100BASE-V
X

100BASE-Z
X

16 E1 ports

75/120-ohm E1
port

Slots
3 to 4

Four FE
electrical ports:
10/100BASE-T
(X)

Slots
3 to 4

Two GE
electrical ports
(compatible
with FE
electrical
ports):

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Board
Acronym

TNM1EM6F

Board
Name

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Function

Service
Category
service
s

FE/GE
processing
board

Power
supply
board

Fan board

VLAN
-based
E-Line
service
s
QinQbased
E-Line
service
s
E-LAN
service
s based
on
IEEE
802.1d
bridges

E-LAN
service
s based
on
IEEE
802.1q
bridges

E-LAN
service
s based
on
IEEE
802.1a
d
bridges

ETH
PWE3
services

Port Type

Vali
d
Slot

1000BASE-T

Four FE
electrical ports:
10/100BASE-T
(X)

Two ports that


use any of the
following types
of SFP
modules:

1000BASESX

1000BASELX

1000BASEVX

1000BASEZX

1000BASET
(compatible
with FE
electrical
ports)

100BASE-B
X

100BASE-F
X

100BASE-L
X

100BASE-V
X

100BASE-Z
X

Slots
3 to 4

UPM

Uninterrupti
ble power
module

Provides access to
one 110 V/220 V
AC power supply.

N/A

Provides two 48
V DC power
supply ports.

slot
21

TNC1PIU

Power
supply
board

Provides one -48


V/-60 V DC power
supply.

N/A

Provides -48 V/-60


V DC power
supply ports.

Slot
5

TNC1FAN

Fan board

Cools the NE.

N/A

N/A

Slot
6

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Networking and Application Scenarios

About This Chapter


The OptiX OSN 500 supports various service networking topologies, applicable to a wide
range of scenarios.
5.1 Basic Network Topologies
OptiX OSN 500s can form the following network topologies: chain, ring, tangent rings, and
ring with chain.
5.2 Typical Application of Pure Packet Networking
This section describes the typical application of pure packet networking.

5.1 Basic Network Topologies


OptiX OSN 500s can form the following network topologies: chain, ring, tangent rings, and
ring with chain.
The OptiX OSN 500 supports separate and combined configurations of the following types:
terminal multiplexer (TM), add/drop multiplexer (ADM), and multiple add/drop multiplexer
(MADM).
OptiX OSN 500s can form the following network topologies: chain, ring, tangent rings, and
ring with chain. In addition, OptiX OSN 500s can be interconnected with other OptiX OSN
equipment, OptiX DWDM equipment, and OptiX Metro equipment to provide a complete
transport network solution. See Table 5-1.
Table 5-1 Network topologies supported by OptiX OSN 500s and corresponding legends
Network
Topology

Legend

Chain

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Legend

Ring

Tangent rings

Ring with chain

5.2 Typical Application of Pure Packet Networking


This section describes the typical application of pure packet networking.
Figure 5-1 shows a pure packet network, and Figure 5-2 shows the board configurations on
each NE of the pure packet network, on which the following base station services are
transmitted:

2G base station services (transmitted in CES mode)

3G base station services (transmitted in ETH PWE3 or ATM/IMA/CES E1 mode)

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Figure 5-1 Pure packet network

OptiX OSN 550


FE
GE
GE

NE 2
NE 3

NE 1
OptiX OSN 550

GE

OptiX OSN 550


NE 3

GE

OptiX OSN 550


NE 5

NE 6

ATM/IMA E1

CES E1
OptiX OSN 500

OptiX OSN 500

FE

Node B

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Figure 5-2 Board configurations on each NE of the pure packet network

NE 5
ATM/IMA E1

MD1
EM6T
CSHD

NE 6
MD1
CSHD

FE

CES E1

Node B

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Network Management System

About This Chapter


The OptiX OSN 500 is uniformly managed by the transmission network management system
(NMS) and local craft terminal (LCT) through the ETH port. The OptiX OSN 500 supports
the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP).
The NMS maintains the OSN, SDH, Metro, and DWDM network elements (NEs) on an entire
network. The NMS can implement end-to-end configurations for packet services.
The OptiX OSN 500 complies with ITU-T Recommendations. The equipment adopts a
management information model and an object-oriented management technology. With the
NMS, the equipment can exchange information with the NE software through the
communication module to manage alarms and performance events in a centralized manner. In
addition, end-to-end configuration on the management plane can be achieved.
The OptiX OSN 500 supports SNMPv2/SNMPv3, which allows a third-party NMS to
monitor equipment performance.
6.1 Network Management
This chapter describes the network management system, inter-NE communication
management, and intra-NE communication management.
6.2 DCN Management
Reliable network management ensures proper running of a network, and therefore
transmission of network management data becomes very critical. The data communication
network (DCN) is a network management data communication channel, with which users can
remotely manage and maintain NEs.

6.1 Network Management


This chapter describes the network management system, inter-NE communication
management, and intra-NE communication management.
Figure 6-1 shows network management.

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Figure 6-1 Network management

Secondary
U2000

Primary
U2000
External DCN

Switch

Router
NON-GNE
Site D

NON-GNE
Site E

GNE
Site A

GNE
Site C

Master

NON-GNE
Site F

Slave

NON-GNE
Site B

Slave

OptiX OSN 8800


Subrack

Fiber

OptiX OSN 1800

U2000
Web LCT

OptiX OSN 550/500

Network cable

Figure 6-1 illustrates a network that has Huawei equipment deployed at different layers: NEs at sites
A-D are OptiX OSN 8800 NEs, NEs at site E are OptiX OSN 1800 NEs, and NEs at site F are OptiX
OSN 550/500 NEs.

In Figure 6-1,

Network management system: U2000 and U2000 LCT

Inter-NE communication management:

The NEs at sites A and C are gateway NEs (GNEs) and are connected to the external DCN through a switch
or router. All the other NEs are non-GNEs that communicate with the NMS through GNEs.

The NEs between sites A and D are connected with fibers and use the HWECC or IP over DCC protocol to
exchange information over ESC/OSC channels.

The NEs between sites E and C are connected with fibers and use the HWECC or IP over DCC protocol to
exchange information over ESC channels.

The NEs between sites F and C are connected with fibers and use the HWECC or IP over DCC protocol to
exchange information over inband channels.

Some NEs between sites A and F (NEs connected to an optical or electrical transmission device, such as
NEs at site B) are connected with network cables, and use the HWECC or IP over DCC protocol to
exchange information over Ethernet channels (at NM_ETH ports).

Intra-NE communication management: The master and slave subracks implement


intra-NE communication for each NE at sites A-D. One NE at site A has three subracks
(one master is connected to two slaves).

Network management involves the following aspects:

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Network Management System


The network management system (NMS) provides unified management for OptiX equipment.
In compliance with associated ITU-T Recommendations, the NMS uses a standard
information management model and object-oriented management technology.
The NMS manages alarms, performance, configurations, communication, security, and
topologies of the entire optical transmission system. The NMS also gives users end-to-end
management capabilities. An NMS helps to improve network quality, lower maintenance costs,
and ensure efficient utilization of network resources.
The NMS includes two sets of network management software: iManager U2000 (U2000) and
iManager U2000 LCT (U2000 LCT). The U2000 is usually installed at a network
management center, and most equipment is managed remotely. The U2000 LCT provides the
ability to configure and maintain individual NEs. The U2000 LCT is usually installed on a PC
for local access to equipment.

Inter-NE Communication Management


Inter-NE communication management is implemented based on data communication
networks (DCNs). A DCN consists of NMSs, GNEs, non-GNEs, and the connections between
them. Both NMSs and NEs are nodes of a DCN. The DCN between the NMSs and NEs is
called the external DCN, and the DCN between NEs is called the internal DCN.

An external DCN is a local area network (LAN) or a wide area network (WAN) and uses
the TCP/IP protocol for communication. It provides communication between NMSs and
between the NMS server and GNEs.

An internal DCN uses the HWECC or TCP/IP protocol to provide communication


between NEs. NEs support inband DCN and outband DCN. The outband DCN uses
DCC overhead bytes as physical DCN channels. The inband DCN uses Ethernet service
channels as physical DCN channels.

6.2 DCN Management


Reliable network management ensures proper running of a network, and therefore
transmission of network management data becomes very critical. The data communication
network (DCN) is a network management data communication channel, with which users can
remotely manage and maintain NEs.
Table 6-1 lists the DCN solutions that the OptiX OSN 500 supports.
Table 6-1 DCN solutions that the OptiX OSN 500 supports
DC
N
Sol
uti
on

Purpose and Benefit

Feature

Networking Technology

Inb
and
DC
N

NM information is
transmitted through the
service channels
provided by managed
equipment. Therefore,

HWECC

IP

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NM information is
encapsulated into
Ethernet frames and
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N
Sol
uti
on

Purpose and Benefit

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Feature

no extra equipment or
DCN is required. This
reduces operating
expenditure.

ID to get separated
from the service data.
The NM information
is transmitted with
services on service
channels.

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VLAN priorities can


be set.

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Operation and Maintenance

Routine equipment maintenance and troubleshooting are essential to ensure that a network
runs properly. The OptiX OSN 500 provides strong maintenance capabilities.
Table 7-1 lists the maintenance functions that the OptiX OSN 500 supports.
Table 7-1 Maintenance functions that the OptiX OSN 500 supports
Applica
tion
Scenari
o

Function

Description

Routine
maintena
nce

Alarm and
performance
management

Provides audible and visual alarms warn of


emergencies to help network administrators take
prompt action.

Provides running status indicators and alarm indicators


on all boards to help administrators locate and handle
faults quickly.

Provides the alarm input and output function to


facilitate alarm collection for external devices.

Dynamically monitors the operation and alarm status


of all NEs using the NMS.

Stores results of sixteen consecutive 15-minute


performance monitoring events, that is, four hours of
performance events divided into 15-minute segments.

Stores results of six consecutive 24-hour performance


monitoring events, that is, six days of performance
events divided into 24-hour segments.

RMON

Monitors data from different network segments on a


transmission network. RMON supplements simple
Ethernet performance management tools, and can be
used on a wide range of networks.

Upgrade and
loading of board
software and NE
software

Supports in-service upgrades and loading of board


software and NE software.

Supports remote loading of board software and field


programmable gate array (FPGA).

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Supports error-proof loading and resumable loading.

Voltage check

Measures input voltages and detects undervoltage and


overvoltage states.

Automatic search
for optical fibers

Supports the fiber auto-discovery function on the


NMS.

Port impedance
query

Supports the query of port impedance on the NMS.

Optical module
information query

Allows the NMS to query information about optical


modules, including single-mode/multi-mode, rate
level, supplier, production date, and wavelength.

Power
consumption
control

Computes system power consumption.

Monitors the total power consumption of an NE, and


reports an alarm if the total power consumption
exceeds the power consumption threshold of the NE.

Supports the query of the power consumption of an


NE/board by using the NMS.

Storage of the ID
and IP address of
an NE

The backplane stores IDs and IP addresses of NEs, and


the SCC board reads these from the backplane.

Port information
query

Queries communication protocols in use, status, functions,


and names of ports used for external communication and
physical ports connected to networks.

ETH OAM

Uses outband packets to detect and monitor the


connectivity and performance of service trails. The
process does not affect services.

ATM OAM

Detects and locates ATM faults, and monitors ATM


performance.

MPLS OAM

Detects and locates faults on an MPLS network, and


works with MPLS APS to protect services.

MPLS OAM mechanisms include tunnel OAM and


PW OAM. Tunnel OAM operates at the tunnel layer,
and PW OAM operates at the PW layer.

MPLS-TP OAM can detect, identify, and locate faults


on packet switched networks, and notify NEs of the
faults, so the NEs can implement protection switching.

MPLS-TP OAM mechanisms include tunnel OAM


and PW OAM. Tunnel OAM operates at the tunnel
layer, and PW OAM operates at the PW layer.

Provides a one-click data collection function for fault


data to reduce data collection time before service

MPLS-TP OAM

Fault
locating

7 Operation and Maintenance

One-click data
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Function

7 Operation and Maintenance

Description

recovery.

Users can collect fault data selectively and can stop a


collection process manually.

Loopback

Service boards support inloops and outloops on ports


to facilitate fault location.

Remote
maintenance

Maintenance personnel can use a public telephone


network to remotely maintain the OptiX OSN 500
equipment.

PRBS

An NE enabled with the PRBS function can be used as


an instrument to transmit and receive unframed
services in order to analyze whether service paths are
faulty.

An NE enabled with the PRBS function can be used to


analyze itself or the entire network.

The PRBS function substitutes for a test instrument


during deployment or fault location.

NOTE
Only MD1 boards support PRBS tests on E1 ports.

Other

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Warm/Cold resets

System control, switching, and timing boards, and


service boards support warm and cold resets.

Hot swap

Service boards and fan boards support hot swapping.

Pluggable optical modules can be hot-swapped.

Service cables and auxiliary cables can be


hot-swapped.

Hot patch loading

Supports the hot patch loading function. Running


software can be upgraded without being interrupted.

Alarm reporting
upon removal of
important
peripheral storage
devices

When a CF storage card is removed, the equipment


reports a security alarm.

NSF

NSF stands for Non-interrupted Service Forwarding.


When the control plane of the equipment is faulty, the
NSF function ensures that the data services are not
interrupted, thus ensuring transmission of the key services
on the network.

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Technical Specifications

About This Chapter


This chapter describes general specifications, function/feature indicators, port specifications,
optical module specifications, indicator status explanation, and environment indicators of the
equipment.
8.1 General Specifications
This section lists the chassis dimensions, weight, power consumption, heat consumption,
power supply performance, electromagnetic compatibility, and reliability.
8.2 Power Consumption and Weight of Each Board
This section lists the power consumption and weight of each board that the equipment
supports.

8.1 General Specifications


This section lists the chassis dimensions, weight, power consumption, heat consumption,
power supply performance, electromagnetic compatibility, and reliability.
Table 8-1 lists the general specifications of the OptiX OSN 500.
Table 8-1 General specifications of the OptiX OSN 500
Item

Description

Dimensions

44 mm x 442 mm x 220 mm (H x W x D)

Weight

2 kg (net weight of a chassis that contains one fan board and one PIU board)

Power
consumptio
n

Maximum power consumption: 75 W

Typical power consumption: 35 W

Heat
consumptio
n

Maximum heat consumption: 256 BTU/h

Typical heat consumption: 120 BTU/h

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FAN + 1 x PIU.

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Item

Description

Power
supply
performanc
e

Power supply mode: DC

Rated voltage: -48 V or -60 V

Voltage range: -38.4 V to -72 V

Fuse
capacity

10 A

Electromag
netic
compatibilit
y

Complies with EMC Class A.

Predicted
reliability

System availability: 0.9999976

Annual average repair rate: < 1.5%

Mean time to repair (MTTR): 2 hours

Mean time between failures (MTBF): 94.50 years

8.2 Power Consumption and Weight of Each Board


This section lists the power consumption and weight of each board that the equipment
supports.
Table 8-2 lists the power consumption and weight of each board that the OptiX OSN 500
supports.
Table 8-2 Power consumption and weight of each board that the OptiX OSN 500 supports
Board

Power Consumption (Room


temperature (25C))(W)

Weight (kg)

CSHD

32.2

1.00

MD1

12.2

0.50

EM6T

10.4

0.37

EM6F

11.3

0.40

PIU

0.5

0.12

FAN

2.3

0.20

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