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Tellabs® 8609 Smart Router

Modular access router with remarkable switching and interface capacity for LTE - coupled
with extensive multiservice support
Tellabs® Smart Routers
Tellabs® Smart Routers offer versatile and scalable solutions for
mobile backhaul from small aggregation sites to controller and
gateway sites. In addition, Tellabs routers serve fixed and mobile
convergence and cloud computing networking needs. The solutions
are designed to meet the ever-growing requirements of data hungry
mobile and enterprise users. All the Tellabs Smart Router platforms
are LTE-ready and provide an extensive Ethernet and IP/MPLS
feature set. Simultaneous support for multiservice applications
in access and aggregation networks protects earlier network
investments. The Smart Routers product family is supported by The Tellabs 8609 router has a packet-based forwarding architecture with QoS
the Tellabs® 8000 Intelligent Network Manager, which is an easy to awareness.
use end-to-end network management solution. The Tellabs 8000
intelligent manager minimizes operational and maintenance costs
and scales up to tens of thousands of network elements. Remarkable Throughput
Environmentally hardened, Tellabs 8609 router offers 12 fixed
Tellabs® 8609 Smart Router Main Application Gigabit Ethernet ports and two slots for interface modules providing
The Tellabs® 8609 Smart Router provides a cost-efficient and throughput up to 7.5 Gbps. This makes the Tellabs 8609 router
seamless way of converting a mobile access network from an E1/ optimal for cell and aggregation sites.
T1 TDM network to an Ethernet-based packet network without the
need to update any of the radio access network equipment. Versatile Robust Synchronization
service capabilities, including Ethernet, TDM, ATM and HDLC
The Tellabs 8609 router supports a high quality OCXO, which
connectivity, IP VPN, MPLS switching, IP routing as well as VLAN
provides improved temperature stability for IEEE 1588v2 and
switching enable the migration of 3G ATM and 2G TDM, Ethernet or
adaptive timing recovery. It also provides a highly stable node
IP-based networks into a single network infrastructure. The Tellabs
clock holdover. In addition to adaptive timing and IEEE 1588v2
8609 router is ideal for access network cell sites that handle large
clock recovery mechanisms, node timing can be obtained from a
amounts of mobile traffic. The Tellabs 8609 router is only 1RU in
BITS or GPS source, any PDH, SONET/SDH interface or any of the
height, which enables installations at sites where rack space is
synchronous Ethernet interfaces. The Tellabs 8609 router supports
the transition from TDM to packet synchronization in a controlled
way by verifying the packet synchronization performance with
Features and Benefits professional tools.
The Tellabs 8609 router has a packet-based forwarding architecture
with QoS awareness, enabling network optimization for voice, data As there is no longer a need for separate E1/T1s at every cell site,
services in LTE, 4G, 3G and 2G networks. The advanced quality the Tellabs Smart Router solution provides a cost-optimized solution,
of service features enable the differentiation of real-time voice and which is independent from the legacy network.
video services from premium and best effort data services. The
unique Packet Loop Test feature, which is part of the Tellabs Smart
Router product portfolio and Tellabs 8000 intelligent manager, helps
to analyze delay, jitter, throughput and connectivity parameters.

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Specifications Line Modules (LM)

n 8 x chE1/chT1 LM
Physical Dimensions
n 8 x 10/100BASE-TX LM
n 441 x 44 x 300 mm / 17.36 x 1.73 x 11.81 in (W x H x D)

n Installation into standard 19-inch rack. The 23-inch and ETSI 600 Resiliency
mm racks supported with side adapters
n Ethernet Link Aggregation 802.1AX
n 1RU high
n 1:1 RSVP-TE LSP protection
n Fast Reroute (FRR)
Power and Cooling
n User-changeable dual feed wide range (-48 VDC to +24 VDC)
n IP load balancing (Equal Cost Multipath - ECMP)
power module (one per element) n TDM pseudowire redundancy
n Hot swappable single feed -48 VDC power module (up to 2 per
element) Synchronization
n ITU-T [G.813] option 1
n Power consumption: typical 70W, maximum 100W
n Hot swappable air filter and fan module n ITU-T [G.8262]
n Telcordia [GR-1244] Stratum 3
Forwarding Plane n Synchronous Ethernet
n IPv4 routing n SSM over Ethernet [G.8264]
n MPLS switching (LSR and LER) n Adaptive synchronization from SAToP and CESoPSN pseudowires
n IEEE 1588v2 Precision Time Protocol
Functionality n IEEE1588v2 Boundary Clock for phase sync
n IP VPN (RFC4364)

n Ethernet/VLAN, SAToP, CESoPSN, ATM and HDLC pseudowires IPv4 Routing and MPLS Label Distribution Protocols
n Single and multi-segment pseudowires n OSPF-TE, ISIS-TE, BGP and MP-BGP

n TDM cross connection n LDP, RSVP-TE

n ATM VP/VC switching
n ATM cell concatenation Traffic Management
n DiffServ support for up to 7 traffic classes, 7 queues per interface
n MC / MLPPP, PPPmux n DiffServ aware MPLS Traffic Engineering (DS-TE)
n Y.1731 frame loss, frame delay and frame delay variation support n IEEE802.1P/Q mapping to IP or MPLS
n IEEE802.1ag Ethernet OAM loopback, continuity check, ping and n Policing and shaping
link trace n VLAN shaping
n BFD (Static routes, OSPF, ISIS, RSVP-TE) n Access Control Lists (ACL)
n ATM service categories: CBR, rt-VBR, nrt-VBR, UBR+, UBR
Forwarding capacity n ATM VC queuing/shaping
n Up to 7.5 Gbps, typical 4 Gbps (packet size dependent)

Chassis Configuration
n Two slots for hot swappable power feed modules

n Two slots for user-changeable Line Modules (LM) - Not hot

n Twelve Fixed Gigabit Ethernet Ports: four 10BASE-T/100BASE-
TX/1000BASE-T and eight 100/1000BASE-X SFP
n Local management port (RS-232 type)
n External alarm interface
n Station Clock Input (SCI)
n Station Clock Output (SCO)
n Pulse-per-Second (PPS) clock input and output

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Next Step:
n CLI with SSH2, FTP with SSH2
Visit http://www.tellabs.com/solutions/
n SNMPv1 and SNMPv2 monitoring mobilebackhaul to access more data
n Tellabs® 8000 Intelligent Network Manager sheets, white papers and case studies on
n Cell site autoconfiguration based on DHCP client how Tellabs is helping operators advance
their backhaul networks. If you have a
question about Tellabs Mobile Backhaul
Standards solution, please email ask@tellabs.com.
n Safety: EN 60950-1:2006 and IEC60950-1:2005

n EMC: EN 300 386:2008

n RTTE Directive 1999/5/EC
n FCC 47 CFR Part 15, Subpart B, Class A

Environmental Conditions
n Storage: ETSI EN 300 019-1-1, Class 1.1, Temperature: –5°C to

45°C / 23°F to 113°F

n Transportation: ETSI EN 300 019-1-2 Class 2.3, Temperature:
–40°C to 70°C / – 40°F to 158°F
n Operating conditions: ETSI EN 300 019-1-3 Class 3.2 (non-con-
densing). Temperature: -40°C to 65°C / -40°F to 149°F. Relative
humidity: 5% to 95%
n Minimum cold boot-up temperature: -20°C / -4°F

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