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Data Sheet

Overview
HCIS/M-X

The iBAS Multi-Service Access Node platform is optimized for the mass
delivery of innovative triple-play services at residential premises. From a single
chassis (HCIS/M-X, MCIS, HCIS/M) equipped with the appropriate blend of
Control & Processing Units (xPU-4/4g, xPU-8sg, NPU-IPS, NPU-16E1/IPS) and
Service Termination Units (ADSL-72P/2+A, POTS-72), iBAS simultaneously
delivers broadband services and narrowband telephony to subscribers.

System Specifications
MCIS

Uplink Up to eight concurrent uplink interfaces:


(WAN) xPU-8sg
- 8 x IEEE 802.3z 1000Base-X interfaces, with optical or electrical SFP mechanics, in compliance
with SFP MSA & SFP-8472
xPU-4/4g
- 4 x IEEE 802.3z 1000Base-X interfaces, with optical or electrical SFP mechanics, in compliance
with SFP MSA & SFP-8472
HCIS/M

- 4 x IEEE 802.3u/z 10/100/1000BaseT interfaces, electrical RJ-45, with auto negotiation support
Spanning tree support (STP, RSTP, MSTP)
IEEE 802.3x flow control (Pause Frames Class-based)

ADSL 72 x ports per ADSL-72P/2+A service termination unit


1,152 (HCIS) / 360 (MCIS) total port capacity per chassis
Compliance with ITU-T G.992.5 (ADSL2+), G.992.3 (ADSL2) and G.992.1 (ADSL)
Support of Annexes A, L and M
Enhanced INP support (amendment 3 of G.992.5)
Diagnostic loop tests (SELT & DELT)

POTS 72 x ports per POTS-72 service termination unit


1,008 (HCIS) / 288 (MCIS) total port capacity per chassis
Fully programmable interface parameters
Transmission according to ITU-T Q.552
ETSI EG 201 188 support

VoIP Integrated access gateway


Functionality H.248 (Megaco) & SIP signaling support
G.711, G.726, G.729 support / G.168 echo cancellation
Packet Loss Concealment (PLC) support
RFC 2833 DTMF tone relay
Voice activity detection silence suppression
Fax / modem auto detection (G.711 transparency)
Fax T.38

Layer 2/3 Ethernet & IEEE 802.1d (MAC Bridging and STP)
Functionality Encapsulation IEEE 802.1w (RSTP)
Protocols IEEE 802.1q-2003 (MSTP)
IEEE 802.1q (VLANs, up to 4,094)
VLAN stacking scenarios (Q-in-Q double tagging)
IEEE 802.1ad-2005 (Provider bridges)
Support of a total of 30,000 MAC
RFC 2684 bridged (VC / LLC encapsulation)
IPoATM / RFC 2684 routed / dynamic
PPPoA to PPPoE translation with auto-detection
DSL Forum TR-101 conformance
Layer 2/3 Security IP binding
Functionality IP source guard support
(cont'd) DHCP binding table support
IGMP ACLs support
Broadcast storm control
PPP and DHCP rogue server filtering
Traffic rate limiting (unknown unicast, broadcast, IGMP, etc.)
MAC anti-spoofing
MAC limitation per port
Port isolation support
Static MAC entries
Layer 2 (opt.82) & Layer 3 (routed) DHCP relay agent
PPP intermediate agent (VSA tag)

Multicast Up to 1,000 multicast entries


Static multicast entries
Multicast VLAN routing support
IGMP snooping / proxy reporting
RFC 1112 IGMPv1, RFC 2236 IGMPv2
Quality of IEEE 802.1p (QoS prioritization)
Service (QoS) Up to eight PVCs per physical port
Up to eight queues per port
Support of strict priority or WRR scheduling
Support of min. / max. bandwidth limitation per port
Priority classification and re-mapping
Packet classification (up to Layer 4)
Management Support of Telnet or Secure Shell for Command Line Interface (CLI), via inband, outband or console port
and Support of SNMP v2c (RFC 1901)
Configuration Support of internal / external TACACS+ for user Authentication, Authorization and Accounting (AAA)
Performance & fault monitoring via SNMP, CLI and uni|MS
Extensive alarm / message reporting with history logging
IGMP channel change logging
Support of external SYSLOG server
Debug messages per port / protocol
Separate POTS management (FCPS functions, daily massive line tests, scheduled remote updates, etc.) via SNMP

Management Outband, through the xPU / NPUs:


Connectivity IEEE 802.3z 10/100Base-TX management interface
RS-232 serial interface (V.24 subset)
Inband, through the xPUs:
First IEEE 802.3z 1000Base-X SFP interface (xPU-8sg)
Any of the two first IEEE 802.3z 1000Base-X SFP interfaces, or any of the IEEE 802.3u/z 10/100/1000BaseT electrical RJ-45 interfaces (xPU-4/4g)
Inband, through the NPUs:
V5 interfaces (Legacy-only telephony applications)

I/O Ports Four optocoupled inputs to externally connect switching devices (sensors, etc.)
Two dry-contact outputs (rated at 1 A @ 220 V AC/DC) to externally connect alarm monitoring circuitry

Electrical DC Operating Voltages: -48 V / -60 V


Power Consumption, Max.:
Full broadband configuration:
- 1,810 W (HCIS) / 652 W (MCIS), 100% traffic, long loops, high environment temperature
Full narrowband configuration:
- 2,021 W (HCIS) / 634 W (MCIS), 100% traffic
- 781 W (HCIS) / 294 W (MCIS), 30% traffic

Mechanical
Chassis Dimensions (W x H x D), mm Weight (fully equipped)

HCIS/M-X 482.6 (19") x 492 x 274.5 39 kg

MCIS 482.6 (19") x 177 x 271.9 18 kg

HCIS/M 482.6 (19") x 621.5 x 284.7 44 kg

Environmental Operating Temperature:


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-25 C to +55 C (broadband sub-system)
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-5 C to +55 C (narrowband sub-system)
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Relative Humidity (RH), Steady State: 93% at +30 C
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Storage & Transportation: -40 C to +70 C

Standards ETSI EN 60950-1 / 60950-21 (Safety)


ETSI EN 55022, Class A (Radio Disturbance)
ETSI EN 61000-4-2 /-3 /-4 /-5 (EMC)
ETSI EN 300 132-2 v2.1.2 (Power Supply)
ETSI EN 300 386 v1.3.2 (Electromagnetic Compatibility Matters)
ETSI EN 300 019-2-3, Class 3.3 (Operating Temperature, RH)
ETSI EN 300 019-2-2, Class T2.3 (Storage & Transportation)
ETSI EN 300 019-1-3, v2.1.2, Class 3.5 (Environmental Conditions & Tests for Telecom Equipment)
ITU-T K.20 / ITU-T K.45 (Resistibility of Equipment to External Overvoltages & Overcurrents)
2002/95/EC (RoHS Compliance)

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