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TABL
LE OF CONTENTS

1  Overrview ................................................................................................................. 8

2  Highlight Featu ures ................................................................................................. 9


2.1  Advan nced IP+TDDM Dual Bus Architectu ure .............................................................. 9
2.2  Multipple Service Access Pla atform ............................................................................. 9
2.3  High Service
S Pro
ocessing Ca apability........................................................................ 10
2.4  IPTV Solution.......................................................................................................... 11
2.5  Servicce Aware Platform
P Bassed on QoS S................................................................. 12
2.6  Intellig
gent End to
o End Broad dband O&M M................................................................. 12
2.7  Comp prehensive Security Gu uarantee ...................................................................... 13
2.8  Carrieer Grade Avvailability........................................................................................ 13
2.9  High Adaptability
A y to Diversiffied Environ nment......................................................... 14
2.10  Powe erful NMS System............................................................................................ 15
2.11  Smoo oth Migration Capabilityy................................................................................... 15

3  Funcctionality......................................................................................................... 16
3.1  Narroowband Fun nctions ........................................................................................... 16
3.1.1  PSTN N Service ......................................................................................................... 16
3.1.2  ISDN Service .......................................................................................................... 17
3.1.3  2/4W Voice Freq quency Leassed Line Se ervice......................................................... 18
3.1.4  al Leased Liine Service .................................................................................... 18
Digita
3.1.5  Digita
al Subscribe er Line U-Intterface Exte ension ....................................................... 19
3.1.6  Transsparent 2 Mbps Transm mission Interface ......................................................... 20
3.1.7  Z Inte
erface Exten nsion.............................................................................................. 20
3.2  Broaddband Funcctions ............................................................................................. 21
3.2.1  XDSL L Features ....................................................................................................... 21
3.2.2  XPON N features ....................................................................................................... 24
3.2.3  Ethernet featuress .................................................................................................... 24
3.2.4  ATM features
f .......................................................................................................... 24
3.2.5  L2 Feeatures ............................................................................................................ 25
3.2.6  IPTV Features ........................................................................................................ 26
3.2.7  QoS ........................................................................................................................ 27
3.2.8  Securrity Features ................................................................................................... 28
3.2.9  Mainttainability Fe eatures.......................................................................................... 29
3.2.10
0  User Access
A & Port
P Identificcation ........................................................................... 30

4  Syste
em Architeecture ............................................................................................ 32
4.1  ZXA10 T600 Arcchitecture ....................................................................................... 32
4.1.1  ware Structu
Hardw ure ................................................................................................ 32

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4.1.2  Cabinnets ................................................................................................................. 33


4.1.3  Shelvves ................................................................................................................... 34
4.1.4  Cardss ...................................................................................................................... 35
4.2  ZXA10 U300 Arcchitecture ....................................................................................... 36
4.2.1  Hardw ware Structu ure ................................................................................................ 36
4.2.2  Cabinnets ................................................................................................................. 39
4.2.3  Shelvves ................................................................................................................... 44
4.2.4  Cardss ...................................................................................................................... 47
4.3  Built-iin Transmisssion Products ............................................................................... 55
4.3.1  ZXA10 S200 ........................................................................................................... 56
4.4  ware Architecture ............................................................................................. 60
Softw
4.4.1  Protocol Subsysttem................................................................................................ 61
4.4.2  Servicce Subsyste em ................................................................................................. 61
4.4.3  Beareer Subsyste em .................................................................................................. 62
4.4.4  Opera ation Suppo ort Subsyste em ............................................................................... 62
4.4.5  Opera ation and Management
M t Subsystem m ............................................................... 64
4.4.6  Databbase Subsyystem ............................................................................................. 65
4.4.7  TMS Subsystem ..................................................................................................... 66

5  Technical Spec cifications ..................................................................................... 67


5.1  Physical Indices ...................................................................................................... 67
5.1.1  Mechanical Dime ension ........................................................................................... 67
5.1.2  Weigh ht .................................................................................................................... 67
5.2  Capacity.................................................................................................................. 68
5.3  Performance ........................................................................................................... 69
5.3.1  owband Servvice Perform
Narro mance ......................................................................... 69
5.3.2  Broaddband Serviice Perform mance ........................................................................... 70
5.4  Poweer ..................................................................................................................... 70
5.4.1  Input Power Req quirement ....................................................................................... 70
5.4.2  Poweer Consump ption ............................................................................................... 71
5.5  Workiing Environment ............................................................................................. 73
5.6  Reliabbility ................................................................................................................ 74
5.7  Referrences ............................................................................................................. 74

6  Operration and Maintenan


M ce ................................................................................ 81
6.1  Systeem Structure e .................................................................................................... 81
6.1.1  Distrib
buted Proce essing Struccture ............................................................................ 81
6.1.2  Redundancy Sta andby Solution ............................................................................... 83
6.2  Charaacteristics of
o NMS ........................................................................................... 86
6.3  NMS Functions ....................................................................................................... 88
6.3.1  Netwo ork topologyy managem ment .............................................................................. 88
6.3.2  Configguration maanagement .................................................................................... 89

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6.3.3  Monittoring of the


e rack state .................................................................................... 89
6.3.4  Fault manageme ent.................................................................................................. 89
6.3.5  Performance ma anagement ..................................................................................... 90
6.3.6  Securrity manage ement............................................................................................. 91
6.3.7  Policyy managem ment ................................................................................................ 91
6.3.8  Log managemen
m nt.................................................................................................... 92
6.3.9  Report managem ment ............................................................................................... 92
6.4  NMS Networking g..................................................................................................... 92
6.4.1  EMS Data Chann nels ............................................................................................... 92
6.4.2  Centrralized Management ....................................................................................... 93

7  Netw
working ........................................................................................................... 96
7.1  Typical Networking ................................................................................................. 96
7.1.1  owband Servvice Networking ............................................................................ 97
Narro
7.1.2  Broaddband Serviice Networkking .............................................................................. 97
7.2  Netwo orking Mode e.................................................................................................... 97
7.2.1  Point––to-Point Networking ...................................................................................... 98
7.2.2  Star Networking
N ...................................................................................................... 98
7.2.3  Chainn Networking ................................................................................................... 99
7.2.4  Ring Networking
N ................................................................................................... 100
7.2.5  T Nettworking ........................................................................................................ 100
7.3  Typical Applicatioon Scenario os............................................................................... 101
7.3.1  Integrrated Accesss Applicatio on .............................................................................. 101
7.3.2  V5.2 Application
A .................................................................................................... 102
7.3.3  User Leased Line Service Application
A .................................................................. 103
7.3.4  VLANN Application n.................................................................................................. 104
7.3.5  QinQ Application n................................................................................................... 105

8  Acronyms and Abbreviatiions ........................................................................... 107

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FIGU
URES

Figure 1-1
1 Structure of ZXA1
10 MSAN ..................................................................................... 8 
Figure 3-1
3 PSTN Access ....................................................................................................... 17 
Figure 3-2
3 ISDN Service Acccess ........................................................................................... 18 
Figure 3-3
3 Transp
parent 4-/2--wire Interfa
aces .......................................................................... 18 
Figure 3-4
3 DDN Network
N ....................................................................................................... 19 
Figure 3-5
3 U-interface Exten
nsion ........................................................................................... 20 
Figure 3-6
3 Transp
parent 2 Mb
bps Interfacce .............................................................................. 20 
Figure 3-7
3 Z Interrface Accesss................................................................................................ 21 
Figure 4-1
4 The Hardware Sttructure of ZXA10
Z T600
0 ............................................................. 33 
Figure 4-2
4 structu
ure of ZXA1
10 T600 she
elf.............................................................................. 35 
Figure 4-3
4 ZXA10
0 U300 Harrdware Structure......................................................................... 38 
Figure 4-4
4 Structure of Conttrol Unit of Single
S Powe
er Rear Acccess Shelf ............................. 45 
Figure 4-5
4 Structure of Userr Unit of Single Power Rear
R Accesss Shelf ................................. 45 
Figure 4-6
4 Structure of Doub
ble Power Rear
R Access
s Shelf.................................................... 46 
Figure 4-7
4 Structure of Doub
ble Power frront Access
s Shelf .................................................... 46 
Figure 4-8
4 ONU100 mini She
elf............................................................................................... 47 
Figure 4-9
4 Shelf structure
s off ZXA10 S200 ............................................................................. 56 
Figure 4-10
4 ZXA1
10 MSAN Software
S Strructure ...................................................................... 61 
Figure 4-11
4 Sub-Modules off Operation Support Sy
ystem ...................................................... 63 
Figure 6-1
6 System
m Structure
e of the NetN
Numen U31
1 ............................................................. 82 
Figure 6-2
6 The Lo
ocal Standb
by Solution of the Syste
em ......................................................... 84 
Figure 6-3
6 The Remote
R Dua ot Standby Solution ................................................. 85 
al-system Ho
Figure 6-4
6 Centra
alized Mana
agement Mo
ode ........................................................................... 95 
Figure 7-1
7 ZXA10
0 MSAN Tyypical Netwo
orking ........................................................................ 96 
Figure 7-2
7 ZXA10
0 MSAN Po
oint-to-Pointt Networking
g ............................................................ 98 
Figure 7-3
7 ZXA10
0 MSN Starr Networking
g ............................................................................... 99 
Figure 7-4
7 ZXA10
0 MSAN Ch
hain Networrking .......................................................................... 99 
Figure 7-5
7 ZXA10
0 MSAN Rin
ng Networkking.......................................................................... 100 

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Figure 7-6
7 ZXA10
0 MSAN T Networking
N ............................................................................... 101 
Figure 7-7
7 ZXA10
0 MSAN Inttegrated Acccess Applic
cation .................................................... 102 
Figure 7-8
7 ZXA10
0 MSAN V5
5.2 Application in PSTN
N network ............................................. 103 
Figure 7-9
7 ZXA10
0 MSAN Usser Leased Line Applic
cation in DD
DN network .......................... 104 
Figure 7-10
7 ZXA1
10 MSAN VLAN
V Appliccation in IP network ............................................... 105 
Figure 7-11
7 ZXA1
10 MSAN QinQ
Q Applica
ation in IP network
n ................................................ 106 

TABL
LES

Table 2-1 Subscrriber interfaces supportted by ZXA


A10 MSAN ............................................... 10 
Table 4-1 ZXA10
0 T600 Cabiinets ........................................................................................... 34 
Table 4-2 ZXA10
0 T600 Card
ds ................................................................................................ 35 
Table 4-3 0 U300 Cabinets ........................................................................................... 39 
ZXA10
Table 4-4 Major Technical
T P
Parameters of ZXDU58
8 B900 .................................................... 41 
Table 4-5 ZXA10
0 U300 Builtt-in Storage
e Battery .................................................................... 42 
Table 4-6 Major Technical
T P
Parameters of Built-in Storage
S Batttery ....................................... 43 
Table 4-7 Descrip
ption of Pow
wer & Monittor Types .................................................................. 44 
Table 4-8 Control and Switching Cards ................................................................................. 48 
Table 4-9 Packett Processing
g and Reso
ource Cards
s .............................................................. 49 
Table 4-10 Net Address
A Translation Ca
ard ............................................................................. 49 
Table 4-11 Rear Access Upllink Sub-cards ............................................................................ 50 
Table 4-12 Front Access Up
plink Sub-ca
ards ........................................................................... 51 
Table 4-13 Analo
og Line Card
ds ............................................................................................... 51 
Table 4-14 al Line Cards ................................................................................................ 52 
Digita
Table 4-15 DSL Subscribers
S s Cards ....................................................................................... 52 
Table 4-16 Ethernet Cards .................................................................................................... 53 
Table 4-17 N Cards ........................................................................................................ 54 
EPON
Table 4-18 Integrrated Voice Data Subscriber Cards ............................................................ 54 

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Table 4-19 Powe


er Cards ........................................................................................................ 54 
Table 4-20 Otherr Cards ......................................................................................................... 55 
Table 4-21 Cardss of ZXA10 S200 Syste
em ............................................................................. 57 
Table 4-22 ZXA10 S200 Perrformance Indices ...................................................................... 58 
Table 4-23 ZXA10 S200 Phyysical Param
meters ...................................................................... 60 
Table 5-1 Dimenssions of Diffferent Cabinets .......................................................................... 67 
Table 5-2 weight of Differentt Cabinets .................................................................................. 67 
Table 5-3 Capaciity of Differe
ent Cabinetts ............................................................................... 68 
Table 5-4 Narrow
wband Serviice Perform
mance ........................................................................ 69 
Table 5-5 Broadb
band Servicce Performa
ance .......................................................................... 70 
Table 5-6 Input Power
P Requ
uirement of Different Ca
abinets ................................................... 70 
Table 5-7 Board Consumptio
on of ZXA10 U300. .................................................................... 71 
Table 5-8 Board Consumptio
on of ZXA10 T600 ...................................................................... 72 
Table 5-9 Board Consumptio
on of ZXA10 S200 ..................................................................... 73 
Table 5-10 Powe
er Consump
ption of Othe
ers ............................................................................ 73 
Table 5-11 Temp
perature & Humidity
H equirement of Differentt Cabinets ............................. 74 
Re
Table 5-12 Stand pliance ........................................................................................ 75 
dards Comp
Table 8-1 Acronyyms and Abbreviations ............................................................................... 107 

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1 Ove
erview
w
ZXA10
0 MSAN (Mu
ulti-Service Access
A Netw
work) include
es the Optica
al Line Term
minal part
(OLT),, Optical Nettwork Unit pa
art (ONU) an
nd built-in tra
ansmission a
as the majorr entities.
Figure 1-1 illustrate
es the typica
al structure off ZXA10 MSA
AN.

Figure 1-1 Structuure of ZXA10 MSAN


M

OLT iss the point of


o convergen
nce which prrovides V5 uplink
u to existing PSTN network,
provide
es E1 conne
ect to DDN, and
a provides
s FE/GE uplin
nk interface tto existing IP
P network
as per requirementt of the proje
ect.

ONU provides
p varrious user in
nterfaces to subscribers, POTS, ISD
DN, DDN lea
ased line,
ADSL//ADSL2+,V
VDSL/VDSL2
2, LAN, EPON, and SHDS
SL, etc.

Both OLT
O and ON
NU have the
e capability to smoothly evolve to M
Multi Service
e Access
Gatew
way in softswitch based on NGN netw
work.

Between OLT and ONU, the built-in


b MSTP
P system is provided
p whiich provides optimum
schedu d IP servicess in a unified platform.
uling and reliable transmission of TDM, ATM, and
At the same time, it closely tra
aces the new
w RPR techn
nologies and
d is highly sc
calable to
meet the
t demandss of emerging
g services. The
T interface
e provided byy built-in tran
nsmission
system
m is PDH/FE//GE/STM-1/S
SMT-4/STM--16/ATM STM
M-1/4.

ZXA10
0 MSAN can support alm
most all kinds of services; include voicce service, brroadband
accesss service, IPT
TV service and
a VoD serv
vice etc.

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2 Hig
ghlightt Featu
ures
These section desccribers the highlight featu
ures of ZXA1
10 MSAN.

2.1 Adv
vanced IP+TDM
M Dual Bus
B Arc
chitecture

To gua
arantee the best
b quality of
o all services
s provided, ZXA10
Z MSAN
N adopts adv
vanced IP
+ TDM
M dual bus architecture, always
a using
g the most appropriate
a te
echnology to
o process
each kind
k of servicce based on its technical attributes. IP
P technologyy is the essen
ntial main
force, dedicated to
o broadband based new-generation services,
s while TDM tech
hnology is
uable supple
a valu ement, since
e it will stilll be the be
est solution for legacy network
applica
ations in nea
ar future.

For IP
P bus, ZXA1
10 MSAN supports GE to slot, wh
hich fully gu
uarantees the maxim
bandw
width requirem
ment for each subscriberr port of any kind
k of servicce card.

Attribu
ute to the ALL
L-IP core witth adequate bandwidth, ZXA10
Z N can easily integrate
MSAN
with th
he latest Ethe
ernet based access techn
nologies, i.e.. ZXA10 sup
pports new-ge
eneration
broadb
band access services like
e VDSL2, an
nd EPON etc.

2.2 Multtiple Se
ervice Access
A Platform
P m

ZXA10
0 MSAN provvides the inte
egrated access of the narrrowband and
d broadband
d services
to satissfy the servicce access re
equirements for different users. All kin
nds of user cards
c can
freely mix-insert at the same shelf. Table 2-1 shows the subscrib
ber interface
es ZXA10
N supports:
MSAN

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Table 2-1 Subscriber interfacess supported byy ZXA10 MSA


AN

OTS,
PO
ISDN BRI,
ISDN PRI,
1/T1,
E1
Narrowban
nd interface
es 2/4
4 wire VF
V.24
V.35
&M
E&
SH
HDSL (TDM mode)

AD
DSL
AD
DSL2
AD
DSL2+
Broadban
nd interfaces
s VD
DSL2
SH
HDSL (ATM mode)
FE
E/GE
EP
PON

2.3 High
h Servic
ce Proc
cessing Capabiility

ZXA10
0 MSAN has powerful narrowband service and
d broadband
d service prrocessing
capabiilities.

z U to 48G no
Up on-blocked Ethernet
E switching capa
ability to mee
et broadband
d service
re
equirements

z O
Offering 16K**16K non-blo
ocked TDM switching ca
apability for TDM service
e at OLT
side

z O
Offering 2K*2
2K non-blockked TDM swittching capab
bility for TDM
M service at ONU
O side

z S
Support 1024
4 multicast ch
hannels.

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2.4 IPTV
V Solutiion

Accord
ding to the rapid growth
h of IPTV and
a operatorrs’ requireme
ents for manageable
multica
ast services, controllabillity is becom
ming more and
a more im
mportant for multicast
techno
ology. Contro
ollability requirements in
nclude controlling users’’ access to multicast
service
es, recording
g users’ service, and supporting service analysis.

ZXA10
0 MSAN mainly focuse ely service control and
es on two jobs, name d service
manag
gement. Servvice control handles
h thos
se functions surrounding
s service acce
ess, such
as serrvice suspen
nsion, service
e resume, bandwidth
b co
ontrol, CAC, PRV, VOD limit and
source
e MAC contro
ol. While servvice manage
ement handle
es the packaging of live broadcast
b
channe
el and CDR statistics, wh
hich provides
s valuable usser informatio
on for operattors.

The prrominent feattures of ZXA


A10 MSAN multicast
m soluttion to FTTX
X network are
e listed as
followss.

z Itt is an opera
able and manageable so
olution aiming
g at the uniq
que characte
eristics of
IP
PTV as well as its requirement on network stru
ucture, which
h perfectly in
ntegrates
w IPTV mid
with ddle ware and CPE.

z S
Service delive
ery based on omplies with relevant standards and improves
n MVLAN co
th
he interconne
ectivity. A co
omplete set of service co
ontrol and m
management functions
ensure the se
ecurity in subscribers’ side after dep
ployment. An
nd optimized
d protocol
handling could maximally improve cus
stomer satisffaction.

z C
Complying wiith relevant standards
s an
nd protocols, IGMP imple
ementation in
i ZXA10
M
MSAN could accommodat
a te various wo
ork modes su
uch as IGMP
P PROXY, IG
GMP SPR
and IGMP TS, which co
ould maxima
ally improve the adaptab
bility, operab
bility and
nterconnectivvity in networrk constructio
in on and service deployme
ent.

z Itt provides pe
erfect CAC and
a correspo V service deployment
onding statisstics for IPTV
w
which could meet the demand
d for the analyssis of servicce operation
n, charge
calculation an
nd the prefere
ence of subs
scribers, thuss offering the
e operator witth a more
powerful tool to optimize the
t service.

z W the help
With p of high perfformance ha
ardware switcching chip, itt provides no
one-block
fo
orwarding an
nd copy for multicast
m data
a.

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2.5 Serv
vice Aw
ware Pla
atform Based
B o QoS
on

ZXA10
0 MSAN is a service awa
are platform which can provide
p differrent quality of
o service
accord
ding to the requirementts of the se
ervice. ZXA10 MSAN rrealizes perffect QoS
mecha
anism for diffferentiated se
ervice.

z Z
ZXA10 MSAN
N realizes end to end QoS
Q procedu
ure, such ass traffic class
sification,
trraffic policy and
a metering
g, congestion
n avoidance, queue scheduling, traffic
c shaping
etc.

z P
Provide different kinds of methods to differentiate
d s
service from terminals, itt could be
by multiple PV
VC, by 802.1
1P or by VLA
AN ID

z S
Support the issolation of control stream
m, narrowban
nd media strream, interne
et stream
and video stre
eam in differe
ent VLAN orr different phyysical uplink port.

2.6 Intelligent End


E to End
E Bro
oadband O&M

There is a statistic of the distrib


bution of failu
ure reason which
w o fail to acce
leads to ess to the
et. Only 10% is from netw
interne work elementt side, while 25% is from
m line-side an
nd 65% is
from home-premise
e. So an inte
elligent end to end broadband O&M ccover from us
ser PC to
ISP will greatly relieve operatorrs from tough
h maintenance burden.

z Z
ZXA10 MSAN
N on line testt system can locate the fa
ailures of cop
pper line

z C
CPE remote
e managem
ment implem
ments CPE
E remote information inquiry,
configuration managemen
nt, PVC management, remote reset a
and CPE diag
gnosis

z Z
ZTE ESS (Ea
asy Service System)
S can
n cooperate with
w ZXA10 MSAN to resolve the
fa
ailures at hom
me network side,
s ZTE ES
SS includes the
t following
g functions:

− Networkk quality and speed test fu


unction modu
ule

− Service diagnosis module


m detec
cts PC, CPE
E and conne
ectivity betwe
een them
and disp
pose issues caused
c by us
ser mis-confiig and netwo
ork fault

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− Service activation module


m delive
er service acctivation guid
de, activation
n confirm
and servvice activatio
on fault detec
ction

− PPPoE dial
d module conduct diall initiation an
nd incorporatte traffic and
d duration
statistic

2.7 Com
mprehen
nsive Security Guaran
ntee

ZXA10
0 MSAN realizes securityy functions th
hrough the fo
ollowing aspe
ects:

z M
Maintenance security which is used to
o limit operattion right to p
prevent illega
al activity,
re
ecord any acctivities on co
onfiguration etc.
e

z L2/L3 mechanism implem


mented for se
ecurity, which
h is describe
ed in detail in
n chapter
3.2.8.

z N
Networking s
security, nk interface protection is used to improve
succh as uplin
re
eliability.

2.8 Carrrier Gra


ade Availability
y

With th
he outstandin ments on key technical aspects like ha
ng achievem ardware, softw
ware and
networrking, can ZX
XA10 MSAN
N be capable
e of ensuring
g carrier gra
ade availability, which
makess a great contribution to th
he massive global
g deployyment of ZXA
A10 MSAN in
n telecom
networrks..

z H
Hardware Reliability Featu
ures

− Dual-Sta
ar bus archite
ecture: It will be no impacct on system
m in case of any
a single
failure off line card orr switch fabric
c..

− 1:1 redu
undant backu oard: All keyy components located
up of control & switch bo
on control and switch
h board, such as control module, swittching fabrics
s, clocks,
service processing modules
m and
d uplink interfaces, are ffully protecte
ed. If any
al is detected
abnorma d, hot-standb
by control & switch boarrd will take charge
c of
the syste
em seamlesssly and smoo
othly...

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z S
Software Reliability Features

− m-based infra
Platform astructure with function modularizattion: Many advanced
a
design principles
p are
e applied forr the develop
pment of ZX
XA10 MSAN,, such as
object-orrientation, loosely couple
e, error tolera
ance, and errror correction
n etc..

− Secure software
s verssion manage
ement: This feature
f can p
protect ZXA1
10 MSAN
from ma
aintenance related risks
s, such as fail softwarre update, operation
o
mistakess on software
e files, broke
en or illegal software
s filess, etc..

− Real-tim
me monitor fo
or the running
g status of syystem: All intternal check points of
the syste
em will be pe
eriodically ve
erified for norrmality, which
h insure to detect any
abnorma
al instantane
eously.

z N
Networking R
Reliability

− Abundan
nt uplink protection mech
hanisms to choose:
c i.e. R
Rapid Spann
ning Tree
Protocol (RSTP) pro
otection for multiple
m FE/G
GE ports; 1:1 redundant protection
p
for dual FE/GE portss in pair; link aggregation and protection based on
n 802.1ad
ple FE/GE ports.
for multip

− Exceptio
onal redunda
ant protection
ns on servicce level: i.e. Signal link protection
p
for V5 ap
pplication..

2.9 High
h Adapttability to Diversified Environ
E nment

ZXA10
0 MSAN provvides series remote subs
scriber units which can fu
ully meet the
e carriers’
applica
ation requirements.

z D
Different cap
pacity equipm
ments includ
de large ca dium capacity, small
apacity, med
capacity and mini capacityy.

z D
Different acce
ess mode equipments inc
clude front acccess and re
ear access.

z D
Different application envirronment equiipments inclu
ude indoor tyype and outd
door type.

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2.10 Pow
werful NMS
N Sys
stem

NetNumen U31 is an integrate


ed network managemen
nt system (N
NMS) which manages
variouss ZTE-develo
oped digital devices on the backbone
e layer, tande
em layer, an
nd access
layer. It has the following features:

z P
Provide unive
ersal access, universal co
onfiguration and
a universa
al manageme
ent.

z T
The MSAN can
c be mana
aged as one
e network ellement both for narrowb
band and
broadband service.
s It can also be separate so
s as to ad
dapt to the existing
m
maintenance structure of the carriers.

z N
NMS system can fulfill end
e to end service
s agement and provides abundant
mana a
north-bound interfaces to the TMN cen
nter.

2.11 Smo
ooth Migration Capability

With th
he developm
ment of the te
echnology, th
he broadband
d access tecchnique, inclu
uding the
xDSL, the Etherne
et and xPON
N technique, becomes more
m and mo
ore popular; while for
voice service,
s with the development of IP network the application off SoftSwitch and
a NGN
is also becoming th
he reality dayy by day.

0 MSAN support smooth evolution to the next gen


ZXA10 network, so that it can
neration IP n
adapt to
t the future developmen
nt needs and
d protects the
e investmentt of operators
s.

ZXA10
0 MSAN adopts multiplexx service bus
s architecture
e to provide tthe best serv
vice, TDM
for vo
oice and IP for data. ZXA10
Z MSA
AN can eassily upgrade
e from V5 mode to
H.248//MGCP mode to provide VoIP service
e. ZXA10 MS
SAN can sup
pport upgrad
de OLT or
ONU to
t access ga
ateway so tha
at carriers will have more
e choices and can constrruct NGN
networrk step by ste
ep according
g to their own
n plan. The upgrade from TDM voice service
s to
VoIP service
s will no
ot affect broa
adband acce
ess service.

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3 Fun
nction
nality
This se
ection descriibes the funcctions of ZXA
A10 MSAN.

3.1 Narrrowban
nd Func
ctions

Signaling protocol: V5.1/V5.2

Subscriber adressiing signaling


g : Pulse/DTM
MF

wband servicces include:


Narrow

z P
PSTN Service
e

z IS
SDN Service
e

z 2/4W Voice Frequency


F (V
VF) Leased Line
L Service

z D
Digital Leased
d Line Servicce

z D
Digital Subscrriber Line U--Interface Ex
xtension Servvice

z T
Transparent 2 Mbps Transmission Inte
erface Servicce

z Z Interface Se
ervice

3.1.1 PSTN
N Service

ZXA10
0 MSAN sup
pports analo
og subscriber’s access and
a PAPBX access. The analog
subscrriber line sig
gnaling is a class of tele
ecommunica
ations signaliing protocol which is
respon
nsible for offf-hook, ring
ging signal, answer, on
n-hook unidirectional supervision
messa
aging in each
h direction from
f calling party to callled party and vice versa
a. ZXA10
MSAN
N provides PS
STN basic se
ervice and su
upplementaryy service, as access netw
work (AN)
along with
w local exchange (LE)).

0 MSAN usess three typess of cards to provide analog subscribe


ZXA10 er access.

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z A
ALC: ALC ca
ard is a gen
neric analog
g subscriber card which provides 32 analog
subscriber po
orts.

z R
RALC: RALC orts reverse polarity facillity which prrovides 32 subscriber
C card suppo
ports.

z F
FLC: FLC card supportts 16KC/12K
KC meter pulse
p facilityy which prov
vides 16
subscriber po
orts..

Figure 3-1 shows ZXA10


Z MSAN
N’s PSTN se
ervice applica
ation via V5 interface.

Figure 3-1 PSTN Access

V5
POTS subscribers

L ZXA10 T600
T U3
300 (V3.1.2)
E (option
nal)

3.1.2 ISDN Service

ISDN is
i a circuit-sw
witched telep hat also proviides access to packet
phone networrk system, th
switched networks, designed to
o allow digita
al transmissio
on of voice and data overr ordinary
one copper wires,
telepho w resultting in better voice qualitty than an an
nalog phone. It offers
circuit--switched co
onnections (fo
or either voic
ce or data), and packet-sswitched con
nnections
(for da
ata), in increm
ments of 64 kbit/s.
k

ZXA10
0 MSAN provvides ISDN service
s via V5 a AN along with local exchange,
V interface as
including Basic Ra
ate Access (PRA, also known as 2B+D)
2 and P
Primary Rate
e Access
(PRA, also know as
a 30B+D).

0 MSAN provvides basic ISDN basic voice and data servicess, also supple
ZXA10 ementary
service
es.

Figure 3-2 shows ZXA10


Z N’s ISDN service Applica
MSAN ation via V5 interface.

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Figure 3-2 ISDN Service


S Accesss

U3000 3
V5 B+
+D
(V3.1.2
2) 0
Z
2B+D

LE XA10 T600
ZX
(o
optional)

3.1.3 2/4W Voice Fre


equency Leased
L Lin
ne Service
e

The AUDB
A card provides
p transparent 2/4W
W voice freq
quency interffaces and is
s inserted
into a subscriber shelf
s in mixed
d mode. For example, a paging transsmitter statio
on can be
accesssed to reducce audio cablles specially put up in pa
aging system
m, as shown in Figure
3-3.

Figure 3-3 Transpparent 4-/2-wirre Interfaces

U300

LE T6000
Paging Base Station
V 5.2
Z
ZXA10
U3000

4/22 – Wire Audioo


4/2-Wire audio
Interface
intterface

Paging Center P
Paging Base Staation

3.1.4 Digita
al Leased Line Serv
vice

One digital leased line Interface


e card is callled DIB that provides fou
ur channels fo
or leased
ubscriber acccess each. The
line su T rate of le
eased line in
nterface is 64
4K or sub ra
ate below
64K. The
T interface type is V.24, V.35, and G.703.
G DIB card and ALC
C card can be
e inserted
in sam
me shelf.

DIB ca
ard integrate
es multiple V.24,
V V.35, and G.703 interface
i carrds and can
n connect
digital terminal devvices with different interrface types. It uses time division mu
ultiplexing

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(TDM) to aggregate different digital stream


ms into a 64
4 Kbps strea
am. DIB pro
ovides an
annel and fou
uplink 64 kbps cha ur downlink subscriber-si
s ide interfacess. Its rate ma
ay be 2.4
Kbps, 4.8 Kbps, or 9.6 Kbps, etc. Its transmissio
on mode iss synchroniz
zation or
hronism.
asynch

er digital leassed line interrface card is called HDB that supportts 2M G.703 interface
Anothe
and N x 64K V.35 interface.

ZXA10 e cards to prrovide digitall leased line services


0 MSAN hass DIB and HDB interface
which have the following featurres:

z D card provvides 64 Kbp


DIB ps synchroniz
zation digital subscriber a
access.

z D
DIB card pro
ovides synchronization or asynchro ate digital subscriber
onism subra
access.

z H
HDB card prrovides N x 64 Kbps (1<N<31)
( syynchronizatio
on ultra-spee
ed digital
subscriber acccess.

Figure 3-4 DDN Network


N

DDN Node
N equipment T600
2 M/ V. 35/ V. 2 4
V. 35/
3 V. 24 /V. 1 1

U300
U 300

U U300
MUX BM

G
G.703

3.1.5 Digita
al Subscriiber Line U-Interfac
U ce Extension

ZXA10
0 provides a solution to extend
e ISDN
N BRA U inte
erface covere
ed area thatt is called
Digital Subscriber Line Extenssion. This so
olution can be
b easily upg
graded to po
opular V5
interface. Figure 3--5 shows U-interface exte
ension servicce access in the network
k.

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Figure 3-5 U-interrface Extensioon

U300

ISDN T
T600 U
U300
U
U
Z 10
ZXA NT1

U300

3.1.6 Trans
sparent 2 Mbps Tra
ansmission
n Interface
e

Figure 3-6 showss the ZXA110 MSAN implementat


i ion using 2 Mbps tran
nsmission
interface between BTS or BSC
C.

Figure 3-6 Transpparent 2 Mbpss Interface

A Interface
e MSC/ VLR
R
BSC HDSL
H -N HDSL- R
2M 2
2M 2M
2M
LE U 300
M
MVC3000
V5. 2 T600 ZXA10

U 300 U300
2M
M
MCU
2M
2M 2M
BSC
Abiss
B
BTS interface
B
BTS
MVC3000

3.1.7 Z Inte
erface Exttension

Z interrface is an an
nalogue telephone user interface.
i The extension service of Z interface
is called FXO-FXS
S service (F
FXO: Foreig
gn Exchange
e Office inte
erface; FXS:: Foreign
Exchange Station interface). When
W LE/PBX
X is unable to
o provide V5
5 interface co
onnecting
the acccess network then Z in
nterface is used.
u It needs to conne
ect users via
a access

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networrk and is required that the


e access nettwork offers FXO
F interface to connectt LE/PBX.
Comm
mon subscribe
er cards offe
er FXS interfa
aces. Z interfface is led ou
ut through LE
E/PBX. In
this wa
ay, transpare
ent transmisssion is implem
mented in the AN.

Figure 3-7 Z Interfface Access

U300

LE U300 U300
Z
Z
ZXA10

U300

3.2 Broadband
d Functiions

This se adband functtions of ZXA10 MSAN.


ection describes the broa

3.2.1 XDSL
L Features
s

This se
ection describer XDSL fe
eatures of ZX
XA10 MSAN..

z A
ADSL feature
es

− Comply with ITU-T G.992.1,


G G.99
92.2, ANSI T1.413
T issue 2 and ITU-T
T G.996.1

− Asymme
etric transmisssion mode. The uplink ra
ate is 1 Mbpss and downlink rate is
8 or 9 Mbps.

− e for each AD
Perform line capture DSL user line so that extternal test eq
quipment
performss a line test.

− Support adaptive rate for actual lines.

− gs of actual line rates.


Support fixed setting

− Support good interw


working betw
ween ADSL modems ad
dopting majo
or stream
exant, BCM, and TI.
chips such as Conne

− Remote maintenance
e and remote
e software upgrade.

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− Line alarrm maintena


ance and mes
ssage reportt function.

z A
ADSL2+ featu
ures

− ADSL2+ is compatible with G.992.3 (ADSL2), G.992.4 (Sp


ADSL2/A plitterless
ADSL2) and G.992.5
5 (ADSL2+)

− ADSL2+ ose operation modes: an


+ supports tho nnex A, annex B, annex C,
C annex I,
annex J and annex M

− ADSL2+
+ provides 24
2 Mbps dow nd 1 Mbps upstream. If ADSL2
wnstream an
annex J is used, the uplink rate is
s increased to
t 2.3 Mbps

− Support the SELT function (single-ended testt)

− unction (dual--ended test)


Support the DELT fu

− Support energy-saving characterristics

− ate adaptation (SRA) funcction


Support seamless ra

− SL2+ supports fast startt mode. The line synchro


The ADS onization tim
me is less
than 3 se
econds.

− Support 1-bit constellation modulation functio


on.

− working betwe
Support good interw een ADSL2+
+ modems ad
dopting majo
or stream
chips such as Conne
exant, BCM, and TI.

− Bit switcching

− Pilot cha
annel floating
g

− Support multi copperr pair bonding as defined by ITU-T G..998.1 for AT


TM based
multi bon
nding

z V
VDSL2 featurres

− h ITU G.993.2, G.997.1, G994.1 sta


VDSL2 Comply with andard and backward
b
compatib
ble with ITU G.992.1, G.9
992.3, G.992
2.5 standard

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− Support profiles of 8a
a, 8b, 8c, 8d, 12a, 12b, 17a
1

− Perfect PSD
P control,

− DMT mo
odulation and
d demodulation

− Support STM and IEEE802.3ah PTM


P mode.

− RFI Notcching and Cu


ustom PSD

− UPBO (U
Upstream Po
ower Back Off)
O

− DPBO (D
Downstream Power Back
k Off)

− Dual late
ency

− Support multi copperr pair bonding as defined by ITU-T G..998.1 for AT


TM based
multi bon
nding and IT
TU-T G.998.2
2 for Ethernet based multti bonding.

− Support ATM mode and


a backwarrd compatible with ADSL
L/ADSL2+

− m downlink rate
Maximum r at 100Mbps and uplink rate at 10
00Mbps

− Support the SELT function (single-ended testt)

− unction (dual--ended test)


Support the DELT fu

− Support 1~15 bit con


nstellation mo
odulation fun
nction

− Support Inpulse Noisse Protection


n (Up to 16 symbol)

z S
SHDSL featurres

− Comply with ITU-T G.991.2


G and ANSI
A T1E1.4
4/2001-174 sstandards

− A single
e line pair of
o SHDSL support
s integ
ger multiple of all 64kb
bps rates
between
n 192Kbps and 2.3Mbps for uplink an
nd downlink transmission
n.For two
pairs of twisted
t pairss,the rates is between 384
4 kbps to 4.6
6 Mbps.

− The syncchronization time is less than 60 seco


onds.

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3.2.2 XPON
N features
s

This se
ection describer XPON fe
eatures of ZX
XA10 MSAN
N.

z E
EPON feature
es

− Comply with IEEE 80


02.3-2005 sttandards

− Single PON
P port sup
pports 32 bra
anches (20 KM)
K and 64 branches (<5 KM).

− Downlinkk wavelength is 1490 nm


m, uplink wa
avelength is 1310 nm an
nd CATV
wavelength is 1550 nm.
n

− Downlinkk rate can re


each up to 1..25 Gbps. Th
he uplink tran
nsmits data stream
s in
Ethernett packet mod
de and reach
hes up to 1.25 Gbps.

− Support MPCP

− Perfect DBA
D function
ns

− Voice, data and vide


eo services

− on, maintena
Operatio nagement functions
ance and man

3.2.3 Etherrnet featurres

ection describer Ethernet features of ZXA10 MSA


This se AN.

z C
Comply with IEEE
I 802.3 standard
s

z 100 Mbps Fasst Ethernet

z 1000 Mbps Gigabit


G Ethern
net

3.2.4 ATM features

This se
ection describer ATM fea
atures of ZXA
A10 MSAN.

z C
Comply with TM4.1/I.371
T standards

z S
Support CBR//rtVBR/nrtVB
BR/UBR/UBR
R+ services

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z S
Support vlan services bassed on ATM pvc

z A
ATM OAM fun
nction

3.2.5 L2 Fe
eatures

This se ures of ZXA10 MSAN.


ection describer L2 featu

z L2 switch bassed on VLAN


N+MAC, base
ed on L2 switching accorrding to IEEE
E 802.3

z M
MAC Addresss Learning and
a Address
s aging autom
matically, Su
upport view the MAC
address table
e in the switching chip

z P MAC Add
Port dress Limit Function
F

z Logical Port Broadcast


B Sw
witch

z B
Broadcast/mu
ulticast limit function
f

z V
VLAN, Port-B
Based VLAN Meeting IEE
EE802.1Q Sta
andards

z S
SVLAN (QinQ
Q), includes VLAN
V stackin
ng and double-tag

z P
PVLAN ensurre L2 isolatio
on in the sam
me VLAN, bassed on port ffor user isola
ation

z P
Protocol base
ed VLAN to address
a different servicess on a single
e user port,

z T
TRUNKING/L
LACP, provid
de the TRUNKING funcction for one
e to eight ports
p and
support LACP
P.

z S MSTP, support the STP protocol


STP/RSTP/M p and follow the IE
EEE802.1D/D
D17 1998
sttandard

z P enabling control, sup


Port pport subscrib bling control to provide a basis for
ber port enab
user management.

z F
Flow der Full-/Halff-Duplex Mode at Ethern
control function und net Port. The
e system
coordinates th
he rate of the
e data frame
e from the op
pposite side by sending a PAUSE
control frame to set flow control
c status
s for an Ethernet port.

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z V
VBAS Protoco
ol, Support backward
b lea
arning for MA
AC addresses by BAS

3.2.6 IPTV Features

ZXA10
0 MSAN perffectly supporrts IPTV serv
vice through:

z IG
GMP V1/V2/V
V3

z IG
GMP proxy, acts
a as IGMP
P router/hostt

z IG
GMP snooping, snoops IGMP protoc
col communiication, and copies and transmits
m
message pacckets to CPU for analyzing

z M
Multicast VLA
AN, support 4 Multicast VLAN
V

z M
Multicast chan
nnel access control (CAC
C) supports controlling
c ussers’ multicas
st access
rights.

z M
Multicast channel preview
w (PRV) sup
pports permittting users to
o view some
e channel
contents befo
ore they orde
er these chan
nnels

z M
Multicast channel call dettail record (C
CDR) supports recording
g the channe
el access
activities of ea
ach user auttomatically.

z M
Multicast serrvice manag
gement syste
em (SMS) supports
s anaging the channel
ma
access right setting
s and update, CDR records forw
warding and p
providing inte
erfaces to
O
OSS.

z F
Fast Leave enabling/disa
e abling functio
onality suppo
orts permitting/forbidding
g user to
quickly leave a multicast channel
c for another
a chan
nnel.

z M
Multicast cha
annel pre-jo
oin functiona ary join of multicast
ality supportts prelimina
channel in MS
SAN, even th
hough no use
er apply this channel

z G
Group user limitation funcctionality limits the numb ulticast groups joined
ber of the mu
concurrently from
f user req
quests

z M
Multicast sourrces guard, the
t user's po en acting as multicast serrver
ort is forbidde

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z M
Multicast servvice enabling
g/disabling fu
unctionality can
c be done
e based on the whole
syystem or perr user port.

z S
Suppressing illegal multiccast packets functionalityy supports co
ontrolling som
me illegal
m
multicast packets and dro
opping them.

z C
Channel packkage is a co
ollection of so
ome multicast channels with differen
nt access
rights, and it can
c be applie
ed into any user
u port.

z S
Support 1024
4 multicast IP
PTV channels
s.

3.2.7 QoS

This se
ection describes the QoS
S features off ZXA10 MSA
AN.

z T
Traffic classifiication, supp
port traffic cla
assification based on portt, PVC, VLAN
N/SVLAN,
IE
EEE802.1p CoS
C and Eth
hernet type ( e.g. IPoE, ARP, RARP
P), MAC address, IP
address, IP type, DSCP
P priority and TCP/UDP
P port. The classification engine
extracts the 32
3 bytes in th
he first 80 byttes information of the paccket header.

z N
Network-side support 8 qu
ueues

z U
User-side sup
pport 8 queue
es

z R
Rate limitation
n, support tra
affic-based rate
r limitation
n on user porrt and Ethern
net uplink
port, upstream
m and downsstream, base
ed port/VLAN
N/COS,

z Q
Queue scheduling algorith
hm, SP, WRR
R or SP and WRR mix

z C
COS to DSCP
P mapping

z D
DSCP to COS
S mapping

z 802.1p priorityy(COS)m
mapping to Qu
ueues

z P
Priority setting based on port, includes default 802.1p
8 and fforced 802.1p setting
based on portt

z P
Priority settin
ng based on
n PVC, inclu
ude default C-PRIO,
C trusted C-PRIO
O, forced
C
C-PRIO, C-PR
RIO remarkin
ng, forced S--PRIO setting based on P
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z T
Trust or un-tru
ust 802.1p per
p port, trustt 802.1p of in
ngress packe
ets and trans
sfer them
trransparently,, or untrust 802.1p
8 of ingress packetss and modify the 802.1p value.
v

z T
Traffic policy and metering
g

z T
Traffic markin
ng, modify DS
SCP or 802.1P field

z C
Congestion avoidance: ED
D/RED/WRE
ED

z T
Traffic shapin
ng

z D
Differentiate s
service from CPE

− Accordin
ng to multiple
e PVC,

− Accordin
ng to 802.1P in one PVC

− Accordin
ng to VLAN ID in one PVC

3.2.8 Security Featu


ures

This se
ection describes the secu
urity features
s of ZXA10 MSAN.
M

z B
Broadcast/mu
ulticast handling, limiting the rate of broadcast
b nd multicast storms in
an
th
he upstream and downstream on a per port bassis (user portt and Ethern
net uplink
port)

z S
Static MAC ad
ddress

z M
MAC addresss filtering, in
nclude sourc
ce MAC or destination
d M
MAC filter, which
w can
allow/deny the
e access from/to special devices.

z U
User ports so
ource IP boun
nding and so
ource MAC bounding

z M
MAC addresss flooding, limit
l the num
mber of sou
urce MAC le
earned from a given
bridged port in order to prrevent the so
ource MAC flo
ooding attacks.

z M
MAC addresss spoofing an
nd IP address spoofing.

z M
MAC Forced Forwarding

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z B
Broadcast supervision per VLAN

z P PoA、IPoE、IPoA autosensing func


PPPoE、PPP ction on a p
per port basis.

z P
PPP/DHCP F
Filtering

z D
DHCP snooping, DHCP snooping
s is a DHCP secu
urity feature tthat provides
s security
by filtering un
n-trusted DH
HCP messages and by building
b and maintaining a DHCP
snooping bind
ding table. An
A un-trusted
d message can
c be receiived from ou
utside the
network or fire
ewall and tha
at can cause
e traffic attackks within the
e network.

z D
DHCP source
e guard. DHC
CP source gu
uard preventts IP spoofing
g by allowing
g only the
IP
P addresses that are obttained throug
gh DHCP sn
nooping on a particular port.
p This
filtering limits the ability off a host to atttack the netw
work by claim
ming a neighb
bor host's
P address.
IP

z D
DHCP rate lim
mit, avoid the
e DHCP attac
ck from untru
usted user

z D
DHCP relay which
w is L2 re
elay

z IG
GMP Rate lim
mit

z P Mirroring
Port g

z P
Packet filter/A
ACL, based on
o L2,L3 and
d L4 related information

z P isolation,, PVLAN enssure L2 isolation in the sa


Port ame VLAN

z H
Hitless-Failov
ver. Packet Forwarding be maintain
ned within 5
50ms during
g Primary
C
Control Modu
ule failover an
nd Redundan
nt Control Module takes over

3.2.9 Mainttainability
y Features
s

ZXA10
0 MSAN also
o ensures sysstem security
y for mainten
nance throug
gh:

z A
ACL for mana
agement, perrmit or deny special IP pa
ackets accesssing the sys
stem.

z S
Security log, record
r any activities
a on configuration
c

z T
Traffic limitation for CPU interface kee
ep CPU in ea handle other things
asy state to h

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z U
User and password mana
agement prov
vide the authentication off the user who want to
lo
ogin, the auth
hentication can
c be local or
o remote.

z R
Remote upgra
ade and resttart

z C
Configurable IP/MAC of in
nband/outban
nd managem
ment

z B
Backup for ve
ersion ensure
es the securiity and reliab
bility of the ve
ersion

z S
SELT/DELT

z A
ATM OAM lo
oop back te
est

− F4 segm
ment and end
d-to-end

− F5 segm
ment and end
d-to-end

− Bi-directtional

z M
Modem remo
ote manage
ement.TELNE
ET, HTTP and
a SNMP for modem
m remote
m
management. This functtionality can obtain the running info
formation of modem,
configure parameters off modem and
a test nettwork link sstatus, espe
ecially at
trroubleshootin
ng a modem failure.

z E
Ethernet M.conform to
OAM o ITU-T Y.1731: OAM Functions a
and Mechan
nisms for
E
Ethernet Bassed Networrks and IEEE 802.1 ag

z A
Alarm and sta
atistic in case
e of port rate
e less than th
hreshold

z O
Output interfa
ace for audible and visual alarm

3.2.10 User Access & Port Iden


ntification

ZXA10
0 MSAN support user acccess protoco
ol

z IP
POE/PPPOE
E

z IP
POA/PPPOA
A

z P
PPPOA to PP
PPOE conversion

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0 MSAN supports user po
ort identificattion to trace and locate illegal users through:
t

z V
VBAS

z D
DHCP Option
n82

z P
PPPoE+

z S
Stacking VLA
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4 Sys
stem Archite
A ecture
e
ZXA10
0 multiplex se
ervice accesss network sy
ystem contains the follow
wing equipme
ents:

z Z
ZXA10 T600 Optical Line Terminal (O
OLT)

z Z
ZXA10 U300 Optical Netw
work Unit (ON
NU)

z Z
ZXA10 S200 Transmissio
on Equipmen
nt

In this chapter, the


e entities will be introduce
ed one by on
ne.

4.1 ZXA
A10 T600 Architecture

4.1.1 Hardw
ware Structure

ZXA10
0 T600 is OLTC (OLT tyype C of ZT ment in ZTE multiplex
TE Corporatiion)equipm
accesss network so
olution, it is convergence
c e node for na
arrowband se
ervice (includ
de PSTN
service
e, ISDN servvice and leased line serv
vice of analo
ogue leased line and dig
gital one)
and brroadband serrvice accesssed by ONUC
C (ONU type
e C of ZTE C
Corporation). While for
broadb
band service
e, it also can be converge
ed by built-in transmission
n product S2
200/S300.

For the
e uplink interrface ZXA10 T600 provid
ded to service
e network, it includes:

z F narrow ba
For and POTS an
nd ISDN: V5
5.1/V5.2 overr G.703 E1/S
STM-1 interfa
ace

z F digital lea
For ased line to DDN:
D G.703 E1/STM-1,
E V
V.35, V.24

z F broadban
For nd data servicce to backbo
one: IP (Ethe
ernet FE, GE) , ATM

For the
e downlink in
nterfaces pro
ovided to ONU, it includess:

z F narrow ba
For and service

− G.703 E1 interface

− nterface
STM-1 in

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− HW interrface for loca


al ONU unit connection
c

z F broadban
For nd service: GE
G interface

Figure 4-1 shows the hardware


e structure off ZXA10 T600
0, we can se
ee that ZXA10 T600 is
based on TDM+IP dual bus and mainly inclludes the folllowing part:

z M
Main control and
a switch ca
ards

− capacityy of TDM swittch for narrow


wband servicce: 16K*16K
K

− capacityy of Ethernet switch for brroadband service: 48G

z D cards whicch provide downlink interrface to ONU


DT U

z D cards whicch provide uplink interfac


DT ce to service network

z V
VoIP module for smooth upgrade
u to AG.
A

Figure 4-1 The Haardware Struccture of ZXA10


0 T600

4.1.2 Cabin
nets

ZXA10
0 T600 is usu
ually deploye
ed at the cen
ntral office to
ogether with llocal LE. It in
ncludes 2
type in
ndoor cabinets:

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Table 4-1
4 ZXA10 T600 Cabinetts

Dimension
ns
Cab
binet (H
Height * Wid
dth * description
D
Depth, Unit mm)
m
If the system is using
u S200 a
as a transmis
ssion
19D0
06H20 2000
0 *600 *600 equipment then the system u
use 19D06H20
cabinet.

If the system is using


u S300 a
as a transmis
ssion
19D0
08H20 2000
0 *600*800 equipment then the system u
use
D08H20cabin
19D net.

4.1.3 Shelv
ves

ZXA10
0 T600 uses MTBC backkplane and co
ontains 18 sllots and space between each slot
is 1 incch. ZXA10 T600 shelf slo
ot arrangeme
ents are as fo
ollows:

z P
Power K card
ds at slot num
mber 1 and 17 in hot-backkup mode.

z D
DT1 to DT10
0 slots are ussed for serv
vice cards su
uch as ODT or FDT as shown in
T
Table 4-2

z T
Two SSUB/E
ESU cards op
perate in ho
ot backup mo
ode and pro
ovide 4K*4K//16K*16K
sw
witching cap
pacity.

z T
Two GNU cards operate in hot backu
up mode and
d provide 48
8G Ethernet switching
s
capacity.

z F
Figure 4-2 is the
t shelf stru
ucture of ZXA
A10 T600. Shelf
S dimenssions are 266
6.5 mm ×
482 mm × 318
8.5 mm (H×W
W×D).

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Figure 4-2 structuure of ZXA10 T600


T shelf

4.1.4 Cards
s

Table 4-2
4 shows th
he cards of ZXA10
Z T600.

Table 4-2
4 ZXA10 T600 Cards

Carrd Name Slot D


Description
Supplies power to enttire shelf. Wo
orks in hot ba
ackup
Powe
er K 1
1,2,17,18
d occupies tw
mode and wo slots.

Control ca
ard, works in
n hot backup mode.
SSUB card provide sw
witching capa
acity of 4K X 4K.
SSUB/
9
9,10 d is upgraded
ESU card d card of SSU
UB.
ESU
ESU card
d provides sw
witching capa
acity of 16K X 16K
and supports FDT carrd.

GNU card
d provide 48G
G Ethernet sswitching for
GNU
U 7
7,8
broadban
nd service.
Provide 8 E1 interface
e which can be used to connect
c
to ONU or
o V5 interfacce of LE.
ODT D
DT1-DT10
When use
ed to connecct to V5 interfface, processes the
V5 layer-2
2 protocol an
nd then send
ds it to ESU/S
SSUB.

ODTD: D
DT1-DT10 8 E1 data
a trunk interfa
ace + 2 GE

Provide STM-1
S optica
al interface, w
which connec
ct to the
SDH card
d of the LE or to the SDH
H device whic
ch
connects ONU.
FDT D
DT1-DT10
When FD
DT card is insserted from D
DT1 to DT4 slot
s it
supports 63 E1s. Whe
en FDT is insserted from DT5
D to
DT10, it supports
s 32 E1s.
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Carrd Name Slot D


Description
Provide 8*8MHW
8 + 2 * GE to conn
nect maximu
um 4
HGT D
DT1-DT10
sets of loc
cal U300 sub
bscriber unitss.

VOIP processing board which is u


used to upgra
ade to
VCD D
DT5-DT7
ZXMSG 5600.
5 Each cad
c can supp
port 960 line POTS.

4.2 ZXA
A10 U30
00 Archiitecture
e

4.2.1 Hardw
ware Structure

ZXA10
0 U300 is ON
NUC (ONU type C of ZT
TE Corporattion)equipm
ment in ZTE multiplex
accesss network so
olution, it is usually
u insta
alled in remote places de
ensely populated with
subscrribers, such as
a residentia
al areas, dow
wntown areass, high-rise b
buildings and
d villages.
ZXA10
0 U300 imple
ements the fo
ollowing func
ctions:

z P
Provide the fo
ollowing broa
adband and narrowband
n access to the subscriberrs:

− POTS

− RI and IDSN PRI


ISDN BR

− Leased Line Service


e (DDN)

− SHDSL (ATM mode and TDM mo


ode)

− ADSL/AD
DSL 2/ADSL
L2+

− VDSL

− VDSL2

− E and GE)
LAN (FE

− EPON

z n terms of na
In arrowband service,
s ZXA10 U300 can
n connect to
o ZXA10 T60
00 for the
second level convergencce or it can directly
d conn
nect to PSTN
N/DDN netw
work. The
STN networkk can be V5 or
protocol to PS o Z interface
e.

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z In
n terms of brroadband serrvice, ZXA10
0 U300 can connect
c to ZX
XA10 T600 or
o built-in
trransmission for the seccond level convergence
c e or directly connect to
o ATM/IP
network.

z T
The system has
h the ability of taking tests on PS
STN/ISDN su
ubscriber line
es. It can
cooperate with the exterrnal DSL su
ubscriber line
e tester and
d take tests on DSL
subscriber lines.

z T
The system can
c form the
e network with
w the built--in transmisssion devices such as
M
MSTP, SDH.

Figure 4-3 shows the hardwa


are structure ncludes the following
e of ZXA10 U300. It in
es:
module

z M
Main control and switch
h cards. An
nd the contrrol card inccludes two switching
s
networks:

− witching netw
TDM sw work that is used for tra
aditional PO
OTS, ISDN and
a DDN
applications

− Ethernett switching network th


hat is used
d for IP pa
acket switch
hing and
multiplexxing.

z A kinds of na
All arrowband and broadban
nd subscriberr cards

z M
MPRB cards are media re
esource cards for AG upg
grade.

z C
CNIC sub-carrds are NAT((Network add
dress transla e for AG upgrade.
ation) module

ZXA10
0 U300 hardw
ware system consists of a control unitt and subscriiber units. Th
he control
unit im
mplements system
s funcctions and service access expanssion unit implements
expanssion to serve
e more subsscribers. ZXA
A10 U300 ca
an support fo
our user uniits in star
topolog
gy at most. Control
C unit also
a can support subscrib
ber access.

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Figure 4-3 ZXA100 U300 Hardw


ware Structure

FE/GE uplink
Multicast BU
US
IP BUS IP BUS
CLOCK BU US
TDM BUS S

ICS
I
ICS

LC0 LC
C1 ... LC9 TSLC
C
TD
DM BUS
Contrrol Frame

Multicast BU
US
IP BUS
CLOCK BU S
TDM BUS
ICS
ICS

LC0 LC1 ... LC9 LC10


0 LC11

User Frame

LC: Lin
ne Card, inclluding narrow
wband line card and broa
adband line ccard
TSLC:: Test Subscriber Line Ca
ard
ICS: Control
C and Switch
S board
MPRB
B: Packet pro
ocessing and resource bo
oard
CNIC: Network add
dress transla
ation module
e

z T system can
The c either recceive the BIT nal or extracct a clock from the E1
TS clock sign
in
nterface of V5.
V Then the
e Control Sw
witch board provides
p 8K or 2M clock
k to each
board and the
e TSLC.

z T
The TDM bus
b perform and voice multiplexing and DDN service
ms narrowba
m
multiplexing. T two Con
The ntrol Switch boards
b use an active/stan
ndby mode to
o connect
w each boa
with ard and the TSLC
T .

z T data bus performs mu


The ultiplexing an
nd switching for Ethernett-based pack
kets.

z M
Multicast bus is especiallyy designed fo
or IPTV multiicast service
e.

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4.2.2 Cabin
nets

4.2.2.1 Cabin
nets Speciffication

ZXA10
0 U300 adop
pts various in
ndoor and outdoor type ca
abinets whicch are as follo
ows:

z In
ndoor type

− 19D06H20 (19 inch standard


s rac
ck)

− 1500E

− 0
ONU100

z O
Outdoor type

− E
OUT40E

Table 4-3
4 shows ca
abinet detailss.

Table 4-3
4 ZXA10 U300 Cabinetts

Maxim number of
o Ports
Dimensions
ADSL
Cabiinet (Height * Width
W POTS &
e
Type Cabinet POTS only(16
Typ
pe * Depth, Unit ADSL
only ports
mm) combo
card)
POTS:
P
960
9
19D06H2
20 2000×600×6
600 1920 960
ADSL:
A
960
9

Rearr POTS:
P
Indoor 1500E
access 384
3
(MDF & Power
P 2000×800×6
600 768 384
ADSL:
A
Integrate
ed Rack)
384
3

POTS:
P 64
ONU100 421×218×45
56 128 64
ADSL:
A 64

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Maxim number of
o Ports
Dimensions
ADSL
Cabiinet (Height * Width
W POTS &
Type
e Cabinet POTS only(16
Typ
pe * Depth, Unit ADSL
only ports
mm) combo
card)
POTS:
P
1600×1300×
×65 576
5
Outdoo
or OUT40E 1152 576
0 ADSL:
A
576
5

POTS:
P
576
5
19D06H2
20 2000×600×6
600 1152 576
ADSL:
A
576
5
Indoor
POTS:
P
IN1500E(MDF &
Frontt 384
3
ntegrated
Power In 2000×800×6
600 768 384
access ADSL:
A
Rack)
384
3
POTS:
P
1600×1300×
×65 384
3
Outdoo
or OUT40E 768 384
0 ADSL:
A
384
3

Note:

1. F the front access cabin


For net, the abov
ve capacity didn’t
d consid
der the slots occupied
by test card TSLCD
T and environment
e & power mo
onitoring card
d EPC.

2. 32 ports ADSL2+ card GA


AGL also can
n be used in the above ca
abinets.

4.2.2.2 Powe
er Supply and Monitorring System
m

The po
ower supply module is ussed to supply
y power to th
he equipmen
nt. Monitoring
g module
is resp
ponsible for real
r time monitoring on te
emperature, humidity, sm
moke, flood, entrance
contro and secondary power.

1. Z
ZXDU58 emb
bedded powe
er systems

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In AC power supply mode switcching power supply or em


mbedded power systems
s must be
ured depend
configu ding on powe
er consumpttion. ZXA10 U300 will be
e configured
d with the
built-in
n the ZXDU58 B900/30A embedded power
p system
ms respondin
ng to the requ
uirement.

ZXDU5
58 B900 pow
wer module provides –48
8V power su
upply for othe
er modules inside the
cabine
et. In full con
nfiguration, The
T ZXDU58
8 B900 supp
ports three 3
30A switching
g powers
and prrovides 90A power systtem.

Table 4-4
4 lists majo
or technical parameters of
o ZXDU58 B900.
B

Table 4-4
4 Major Technical
T Para
ameters of ZXDU58 B900

C
Cabinet Typ
pe

Outline
132.5 mm x 482.6 mm
m x 319mm (H
Height x Widtth x Depth)
ensions
dime
Weig
ght 18.9kg

Input volta
age: 85VAC to
t 295VAC
Broad freq
quency noise
e voltage:
≤ 50 mV (3
3.4kHz~150k
kHz)
≤ 20 mV (0
0.15MHz~30
0MHz)
Discrete frrequency noise voltage:
Rectifier
≤ 5 mV (3..4kHz~150kH
Hz)
≤ 3 mV (15
50kHz~200k
kHz)
≤ 2 mV (20
00kHz~500k
kHz)
≤ 1 mV (0..5MHz~30MH
Hz)
Efficiency: ≥ 90% (50%
%~100% rate
ed output)

Voltage: single-phase three wire 85


5VAC to 295
5VAC
Frequencyy: 45Hz to 65
5Hz
AC in
nput
Maximum input current: 50A
%~100% rate
Efficiency: ≥90% ( 50% ed output )

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Cabinet Typ
pe

Voltage: 48V (42V~58V


V continuallyy adjustable)
Output Current: 0A-900
0A
Weighted noise voltage: ≤ 2 mV
DC output
o
eak noise vo
Peak-to-pe oltage: ≤ 150 mV (20MHzz bandwidth)
Efficiency: ≥ 90% (rate
ed input with full load)
pecifications: IEC950 Sta
Security sp andards

Electtromagnetic
Comply wiith EN5502 Level
L A Standards
comp
patibility

Relia
ability MTBF: ≥ 200000h
2

2. B
Built-in Storag
ge Battery

As a backup
b powe
er of combine
ed power su
upply and un
ninterrupted p
power system
m (UPS),
the storage batttery plays an importa
ant role in a power supply sys
stem for
mmunication
telecom ns. It providess power supply for teleco
ommunication equipmentt when its
AC com
mmercial pow
wer fails.

In the ZXA10
Z U300
0 system, diffferent racks adopt differe
ent storage b
battery device
es due to
power consumptio
on. Table 4-5
5 lists built-iin storage battery
b used in ZXMSG5
5200 and
Table 4-6
4 lists its parameters.
p

Table 4-5
4 ZXA10 U300 Built-in Storage Batte
ery

ZX
XA10 U300 Rack
R Storage Battery y of Storage
Capacity e Battery

1500
0E/19”standa
ard rack
6-G
GFM-100 (T) 100AH
(600**600)

OUT40E 6-G
GFM-100 (T) 100AH

OUT20E 6-G
GFM-200 (T) 200AH

OUT50 6-G
GFM-38 38AH

OUT60 6-G
GFM-100 (T) 100AH

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Table 4-6
4 Major Technical
T Para
ameters of Buiilt-in Storage Battery
B

Rated Rated Outline Dim


mensions
Battery Weight
Serries Name Voltage Capacity
C ength Width Height
Le
Model (kg)
(V) (Ah) (
(mm) (mm
m) (mm)
6-GF
FM-T series
(12V 6-GFM-10
12 10
00 40
03 169 215 35.05
munication
comm 0T
serie
es)
6-GF
FM series
6-GFM-38 12 38
8 19
97 165 170 14.65
(12V series)

3. E
Environment and Power Monitoring
M

Monito
oring module
e is responssible for rea
al time monittoring on te
emperature, humidity,
smoke
e, flood, entra
ance control and seconda
ary power. Th
he functions of monitoring module
are as follows:

z Itt tests powerr voltage.

z E
Environment parameters

− temperature

− humidityy

− smoke

− flood

− e control
entrance

z T
Theft nd fire proof alarms.
proof an

It imple
ements functtions such ass collecting environment
e and power d
data, processing man
machin
ne command
ds, reporting alarm data and
a real-time
e data.

Table 4-7
4 describe
es different tyypes of powe
er and monito
or module.

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Table 4-7
4 Descrip
ption of Power & Monitor Types

T
Type Description

The
T CSV&SF
F is a standarrd 1U unit sh
helf It is
Centralized Monitoring Unit CSV&SF
used in the re
ear access sccenario.

Envirronment Pow
wer Monitorin
ng Board The
T environm
ment and pow
wer monitorin
ng board
EPC&
&SF EPC&SF
E is ussed in the fro
ont access scenario.

Envirronment Mon
nitoring Boarrd The
T environm
ment and pow
wer monitorin
ng board
EMB&SF EMB&SF
E is used for outdo
oor-type OUT
T50 rack.

4.2.3 Shelv
ves

Shelf iss an empty box


b in which different cards are plugg
ged-in. ZXA10 U300 has one main
and fo
our expansion
n shelves. Both
B the main
n shelf and slave
s shelves use the sa
ame shelf
type ba
ased on the selection of cabinet, acc
cess type and
d power redu
undancy requ
uirement.
ZXA10
0 U300 has the following shelf types:

z S
Standard she
elves

− Single power rear acccess standa


ard shelf (6U))

− wer rear acce


Dual pow ess standard
d shelf (6U)

− Dual pow
wer front acccess standard
d shelf (9U)

z O
ONU100 minii shelf

Among
g the standard shelves, rear acces
ss shelf can
n be installe
ed in indoor cabinet
19D06
6H20, 1500E
E and outdoor cabinet OU
UT40E, And front
f access shelf can be
e installed
in indo
oor cabinet 19D06H20, 1500E and ou
utdoor cabinet OUT40E. ONU100 miin shelf is
especiially is ONU1
100 cabinet.

4.2.3.1 Single
e Power Re
ear Access
s Standard Shelf

Single power rear access


a stand
dard shelf offfers 17 effecttive slots for holding majo
or boards
such as
a POWER H board, usser interface
e boards, co
ontrol switching board IC
CS, VoIP
processsing board MPRB,
M and test
t board TS
SLCC. The POWER
P H ca
an work toge
ether with

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the PO
OWER H in
n another un
nit in the sa
ame rack/ca
abinet to ma
ake inter-laye
er power
backup
p.

All kind
ds of user intterface card can be mix-iinserted.

It usess MICS backp


plane. Shelf dimensions are
a 266.5 mm
m * 482.6 mm
m * 318.5 mm
m (Height
* Width
h * Depth).

Figure 4-4 shows the


t shelf stru
ucture of con d Figure 4-5 shows shelf structure
ntrol unit and
of userr unit.

Figure 4-4 Structuure of Control Unit of Single Power Rear Access


A Shelf

Figure 4-5 Structuure of User Unnit of Single Po


ower Rear Acccess Shelf

0 U300 has many contro


ZXA10 ol switching board
b types,, such as ICS, EICS, GIS
S, etc. In
this do
ocument, wh
hen not partticularly spec
cified, every ICS slot m
may use othe
er control
switch board typess. It is similarrly hereinafte
er.

4.2.3.2 Dual Power


P Rea
ar Access Standard
S Shelf
S

Dual power
p rear acccess standa
ard shelf offe
ers 16 effective slots for holding majo
or boards
such as
a POWER K board, usser interface
e boards, co
ontrol switching board IC
CS, VoIP

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processsing board MPRB, and


d test board TSLCD. Th
he two POW
WER Ks can work as
redund
dancy.

Dual power
p rear access
a stand
dard shelf ha
as two POW
WER K cardss; one is use
ed for hot
backup
p. It uses MB
BSL backplan
ne. Shelf dim
mensions are
e 266.5 mm * 482 mm * 318.5
3 mm
(Heigh
ht * Width * Depth).
D

Figure 4-6 shows the


t shelf stru
ucture.

Figure 4-6 Structuure of Double Power Rear Access


A Shelf

4.2.3.3 Dual Power


P Fron
nt Access Standard Shelf
S

Dual power
p front acccess stand shelf adds area of cable and correspondence fron
nt access
extend
ding boards compared
c with dual powe
er rear accesss standard sshelf.

Shelf dimensions
d a 399.8 mm
are m * 482 mm * 318.5 mm (Height * Wid
dth * Depth)..

Figure 4-7 shows the


t shelf stru
ucture.

Figure 4-7 Structuure of Double Power front Access


A Shelf

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4.2.3.4 ONU1
100 Mini Sh
helf

The ONU100
O sma
all-capacity control unit of the ZXA
A10 U300 a
adopts a sin
ngle-shelf
solutio
on. It has fou
ur LC board slots, one TSLC board slot,
s one ICS
S board slot, and one
MPRB
B board slot. Analog
A user boards and digital user boards
b can b
be inserted in
n the four
slots in
n an intermiixing way. The
T IST board can be in
nserted into slot LC4. The board
arrang
gement of the
e user unit is shown in Fig
gure 4-8.

The PO
OWAC is used to provide
e primary and secondaryy powers and
d the POWDC
C is used
to provvide DC pow
wers. Figure 4-8
4 shows ONU100 shelff structure.

Figure 4-8 ONU1000 mini Shelf

4.2.4 Cards
s

0 U300 card types are ass follows:


ZXA10

z C
Control and switching
s card
ds

z P
Packet processsing and resource cards
s

z U
Uplink sub-ca
ards

z A
Analogue line
e cards

z D
Digital line ca
ards

z D subscrib
DSL ber cards

z E
Ethernet card
ds

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z E
EPON line ca
ard

z In
ntegrated voice data subsscriber cards
s

z P
Power cards

z O
Other cards

4.2.4.1 Main Control an


nd Auxiliary
y Cards

Table 4-8
4 lists conttrol and switcching cards and
a their desscription.

Table 4-8
4 Control and Switching
g Cards

Card
d Fulll Name Functtions Port & Description
n
25
56 VLANs; tw
wo FE or one
e GE
Integrate
ed Control & System controls
c plu
us one FE up
plink ports; FE
F star
ICS
Switching
g Card and switc
ching ca
ascading betw
ween shelves; four
E1
1
4 K VLANs; ttwo FE or on
ne GE
Enhance
ed Integrated
d
All ICS plu
us one FE up
plink ports; FE
F star
EICS
S Control & Switching
functions
s ca
ascading betw
ween shelves; four
Card
E1
1

Giga Eth
hernet 4 K VLANs; tw
wo GE plus tw
wo FE
All ICS/E
EICS
GIS Integrate
ed Control up
plink ports; G
GE star casca
ading
functions
s
and Swittching Card
d be
etween shelvves; four E1
Simplified
d Integrated
System controls
c On
nly TDM swittch on GISE for pure
GISE
E Control and
and switc
ching na
arrowband ap
pplication; four E1
g Card
Switching

Table 4-9 lists the


e packet pro
ocessing and
d resource cards
c which will be used for AG
de.
upgrad

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Table 4-9
4 Packet Processing an
nd Resource Cards
C

Porrt &
Card
d Full Name Functions
Descriiption
VOIP
V and ressource card
Packet processing
p an
nd
MPR
RB for
f voice call;; 240 -
resource
e card type B
channels
c

One
O VOPS sub-card
s
performs
p
coding/decod
c ding and
compression
c for
VOPS Voice Pro
ocessing Sub-card -
80/160/240-c
8 channel VoIP
P
and
a FoIP. Th
he VOPS is
the sub-card of the
MPRB.
M

Table 4-10
4 lists the
e net addresss translation card used fo
or AG upgrad
de.

Table 4-10
4 Net Ad
ddress Transla
ation Card

Porrt &
Card
d Full Name Functions
Descriiption
The
T CNIC is plugged in
the ICS/EICS
S/GIS board
to perform ne
etwork
address
a transslation. All
VoIP
V data ne
eed network
CNIC
C Net Addre
ess Translation Card -
address
a transslation by the
e
CNIC
C and are
e sent out off
the ZXA10 U300 through
the uplink port of the
Ethernet
E swittching chip.

Table 4-11
4 lists rea
ar access up
plink sub-card
ds and their description.
d

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Table 4-11
4 Rear Access
A Uplinkk Sub-cards

Uplink
k resources
Main Main-slav
ve shelf cas
scading
Shelf interfac
ce prov
vided by
control resourrces provide
ed by
e
Type sub-carrd intterface
card interrface sub-ca
ard
sub-card
4×GE uniccast+4×8MH
HW+
1×GE multticast
Cascade ffour slave shelves in
star topolo
ogy, each sla
ave shelf
2×GE (ffiber mode)
uses GE + 8MHW. Am
mong
GIS GEI +2×FE (electrical
(
them GE iss for broadba
and
mode)
service wh
hile 8MHW is
s for
narrowban
nd service.
Multicast G
GE is shared
d by all
Main
shelves.
shelf
2×FE (e
electrical
EUX
mode)

FEI 2×FE (fiber mode) 4×FE+4×8MHW


1×GE (ffiber Cascade ffour slave shelves in
EICS/ICS
S
GEUF/FE
E mode)+1×FE star topolo
ogy, each sla
ave shelf
(electrical mode) uses FE + 8MHW.

1×GE (e
electrical
GEUT
mode)

Any type
e Connecting main shelff with
Slave
e
of contro
ol SUPI - uto-adaptive)) +
GE/FE (au
shelf
card 8MHW

Table 4-12
4 lists fro
ont access up
plink sub-carrds and their description.

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Table 4-12
4 Front Access
A Uplinkk Sub-cards

Uplink
k resources
Main Main-slav
ve shelf cas
scading
Shellf interface prov
vided by
ol
contro resourc
ces provide
ed by
Type
e sub-ca
ard intterface
card interrface sub-ca
ard
su
ub-card
4×GE uniccast+4×8MH
HW+
1×GE multticast
Cascade fo
our slave shelves in
star topolo
ogy, each sla
ave shelf
uses GE + 8MHW. Am
mong
GIS IEBC/2/S
SS 2×GE(fiiber mode)
them GE iss for broadba
and
service wh
hile 8MHW is
s for
Main narrowban
nd service.
shelf
Multicast G
GE is shared
d by all
shelves.
2×FE (e
electrical
IEBB 4×FE+4×8MHW
mode)
Cascade fo
our slave shelves in
EICS/ICS
S 1×GE(fiiber
star topolo
ogy, each sla
ave shelf
IEBB/1/S
SS mode)+
+1×FE
uses FE + 8MHW.
(electric
cal mode)

4×GE uniccast+4×8MH
HW+
1×GE multticast.
GIS IEBC - In fact onlyy 1×GE unica
ast+
Slave
e 1×8MHW+
+1×GE multticast is
shelf used to co
onnect main shelf.
s

4×FE+4×8MHW.
ICS/GISE
E IEBB - FE+1×8MHW
In fact 1×F W is
used to co
onnect main shelf.
s

4.2.4.2 Narro
owband Lin
ne Cards

Table 4-13
4 lists analog line carrds and their description.

Table 4-13
4 Analog
g Line Cards

Card
d Fu
ull Name Function
n Port & Desc
cription
3
32 analog
ALC Analog Line Card POTS access
subscriber po
orts

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Card
d Fu
ull Name Function
n Port & Desc
cription
Polarity Reversed
R POTS access and reversed 3
32 analog
RALC
C
Analog Line Card y
polarity subscriber po
orts

POTS access, reve


ersed
y, 12 KC/16 KC
polarity 16 analog sub
bscriber
FLC Far-end Line
L Card
meterin
ng pulse and
d long p
ports
distanc
ce functions

Table 4-14
4 lists dig
gital line card
ds and their description.
d

Table 4-14
4 Digitall Line Cards

Cards Full Name Function


F P
Port & Description
Digital B
Basic rate intterface for IS
SDN. 2B+D channel and U
DLCC
C Subscriiber Line T
Transceiving of 2B+D datta and inte
erface functio
on of the
Card f
format conve
ersion ISD
DN physical layer
l

ovides 8 audio
Pro
C
Converts ana
alog signals into
Audio In
nterface inte
erfaces to co
onnect
AUDB P
PCM digital signals
s and vice
v
Card with the externa
al
v
versa
uipment
equ

High Sp
peed Fou
ur TDM-base
ed
Digital Integration and subscribe
er SH
HDSL interfac
ces
HDB
Subscriiber Line f
function Fou
ur uplink E1
Interfacce Card inte
erfaces

4.2.4.3 Broad
dband Line
e Cards

Table 4-15
4 lists DS
SL subscriber cards and their
t descripttion.

Table 4-15
4 DSL Subscribers
S Ca
ards

Ca
ards Full Name Function
F Po
ort & Descrip
ption
16 ADS
SL ports to
ADS
SL Subscribe
er ADSL su
ubscriber
GADL implem
ment ATM cell access,
Line
e Card access.
built-in splitter
ADS
SL2+ 16 ADS
SL2+ ports to
o
ADSL2+
+ subscriber
GADL/2+ Subscriber Line implem
ment ATM cell access,
access.
d
Card built-in splitter

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Ca
ards Full Name Function
F Po
ort & Descrip
ption
ADS
SL2+ 32 ADS
SL2+ ports to
o
ADSL2+
+ subscriber
GAG
GL Subscriber Line implem
ment ATM cell access,
access.
d
Card without built-in splittter
VDS
SL2 Digital
VDSL2 subscriber
s 16 VDS
SL2 ports, bu
uilt-in
GVDL Subscriber Line
access. splitterr
d
Card
GE/FE
Auto
o-adaptive
SHDSL subscriber
Backplane
access; conversion of
o 16 SHD
DSL ports (A
ATM
GSDL Interrface SHDSL
L
ATM cellls to Etherne
et mode)
Digittal
frames
Subscriber Line
d
Card

Table 4-16
4 lists Eth
hernet cards and their de
escription.

Table 4-16
4 Ethern
net Cards

Ca
ard F Name
Full Fun
nction Port & Descriptiion

Ethernet Fast Ethe


ernet Four fiber o
or electric 10
00 Mbps
GETI
Transsform Card access Ethernet po
orts

Two FE po
orts, in LC5/6
6 GETC
provides 2F
FE(electric mode),
m in
Ethernet Fast Ethe
ernet other slots,, ETC provides one
ETC
Transsform Card access FE
(Valid when
n control carrd is
ICS/EICS/G
GIS)

Two GE po
orts, in LC5/6
6 GETC
provides 2G
GE, in other slots,
Giga Ethernet Giga bit Ethernet
GETC
C GETC provvides one GE
E
Transsform Card access
(Valid when
n control carrd board
is GIS)

Table 4-17
4 lists EP
PON card and
d its descripttion.

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Table 4-17
4 EPON
N Cards

Ca
ard F Name
Full Fun
nction Port & Descriptiion

One SC op
ptical port
EPON Interface OLT side
e related
EPOL connecting to 32 ONU of
o EPON
Card
d long distancce functions
s
(via ODN)

One EPON
N uplink interfface
e related
ONT side card, conne
ecting to cen
ntral
EPNI EPON uplink Carrd
functions
s office side EPON OLT
equipment..

Two EPON
N uplink interffaces
ONT side
e related card, conne
ecting to cen
ntral
EPNII EPON uplink Carrd
functions
s office side EPON OLT
equipment..

4.2.4.4 Otherr Cards

Table 4-18
4 lists inte
egrated voice data subsc
criber card and its description.

Table 4-18
4 Integra
ated Voice Da
ata Subscriberr Cards

Ca
ards Full Name Fun
nction Porrt & Descripttion
Integration of
o major ALC
Integrrated a ADSL2+
and + functions;
Voice
e Data a support of broadband 16 ADSL
and L2+ ports and
d 16
GILC
C/2+
Subsccriber a narrowb
and band POTS po
orts;
Card s
subscribers at
a the same
t
time

Table 4-19
4 lists pow
wer cards an
nd their desc
cription.

Table 4-19
4 Powerr Cards

Ca
ards F Name
Full Func
ction D
Description
Secondary
y power Power connector on the
POW
WER H Pow
wer Card
and ringing
g current backplane
Secondary
y power Power connector on the
POW
WER K Pow
wer Card
and ringing
g current backplane

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Ca
ards F Name
Full Func
ction D
Description
Secondary
y power Power connector on the
POW
WER G Pow
wer Card
and ringing
g current backplane. F
For OUT50C
C shelf

For OUT50C
C ,OUT50D and
a
PPC - Primary po
ower supply
OUT50F she
elves

Table 4-20
4 lists the
e other cardss and their de
escription.

Table 4-20
4 Other Cards

Card
ds Full Name Fun
nction Po
ort & Descrip
ption
Octal Digital C
Conversion off signals
ODTI Trunk In
nterface between two 8 Mbps HW and Eight E
E1 ports
Card eight E1s

Test Subscriber P
PSTN/ISDN subscriber
s lin
ne Test po
orts on the ba
ackplane
TSLC
C
ard
Line Ca te
est to conn
nect subscrib
ber buses

C
Collections off environmen
nt
alarm and pow
wer data;
Environment
EPC eporting loca
re al alarm and -
Power Control
C
re
eal-time mon
nitoring data at
th
he same time
e

C
Collections off environmen
nt
alarm and pow
wer data;
Environment or OUT50C, OUT50D
Only fo O
EMB eporting loca
re al alarm and
Monitoring Board and OU
UT50F.
re
eal-time mon
nitoring data at
th
he same time
e

4.3 Buillt-in Tra


ansmiss
sion Pro
oducts

SDH has
h become the
t mainstre
eam of optica
al transmissio
on in access network con
nstruction
in rece
ent years. Thanks
T to itts advantage
es such as standard and high-perfformance
networrk self-healin
ng capability, large capac
city and onlin
ne upgrade, S
SDH has bee
en widely
used at
a the backbo
one layer and
d access nettwork transm
mission. And w
with the deve
elopment
of com
mmunication technology, many operattors want to provide morre services other
o than
the voiice service, such
s as the data
d and the
e video. So fo
or these servvice requirem
ments, the
new generation
g a
access netw
work shall be
b a universsal platform which can
n support
TDM/A
ATM/IP services simultan
neously. This
s is new generation SDH technology – MSTP.

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As the
e best transm
mission platfo
orm of the co
onvergence layer and acccess layer, MSTP is
becom
ming the most popular tecchnology for constructing the optical ffiber network
k.

Thus, the ZXA10


0 MSAN consists of multi
m kinds of
o optical trransmission systems
endently devveloped by ZTE
indepe Z Coopera
ation, i.e. the
e ZXA10 S30
00/S200/S10
00 built-in
integra
ated service dispatching equipment.
e

4.3.1 ZXA1
10 S200

4.3.1.1 Hardw
ware Structture

ZXA10
0 S200 is a kind
k of compa
act built-in MSTP
M system
m which can p
provide multii services
transm
mission functiion. Similar to
t ZXA10 S3
300, ZXA10 S200
S is deve
eloped on the
e basis of
SDH technology,
t implementin
ng the proc
cessing and
d transmissio
on of TDM service,
Ethern
net service and
a ATM se
ervice simulttaneously. Itt offers multti-service dis
spatching
capaciity. Compare
ed with ZXA
A10 S300, the capacity of ZXA10 S
S200 is smaller and
ZXA10
0 S200 is ussually used in
n ONU side while ZXA10
0 S300 can be used in OLT
O side
accord
ding to the acctual requirem
ment.

ZXA10
0 S200 is a plug-in box in 19-inch 2U
2 structure m is in the two-layer
e. The system
transve
erse front inssertion card structure. Th
he dimensions: 88.1mm * 482.6mm * 320mm
(Heigh
ht   Width   Depth). The following figure shows the board co
onfiguration of
o S200.

Figure 4-9 Shelf structure


s of ZX
XA10 S200

ZXA10
0 S200 syste
em includes four
f types off cards: Core
e-processing
g card, sub card,
c card
and ba
ackplane. Ta
able 4-24 listss card types and names of
o the ZXA10
0 S200 syste
em.

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Table 4-21
4 Cards of ZXA10 S200 System

Su
ub-categ A
Abbreviat
Cate
egory Full name
ory ion
Type
T F transsport converg
gence card, TAFB
T
ansport
Tra T
TAFB
Core
e-proce can
c provide 16*E1(120oh
hm) interface
es
con
nvergen
ssing
g card The
T same fu
unction with T
TAFB, but TA
AFU
ce card T
TAFU
provides 24**E1(75 ohm) interfaces

O
OD1H/2 2 optical porrt STM-1 inte
erface daughter card

SD
DH O
OD1H/4 4 optical porrt STM-1 inte
erface daughter card
Daughter O
OD4H 2 optical porrt STM-4 inte
erface daughter card
carrd
2 optical porrt STM-16 intterface daughter
Daug
ghter O
OD16H
card
c
cardss
120 ohm E1 interface da
aughter card (front
E1 T
TAFUI
panel)
ughter
dau
75
7 ohm E1 in
nterface dau
ughter card (ffront
carrd T
TAFBI
panel)
E
E3B 6E3
6 interface
e tributary ca
ard
PD
DH Card 32-channel
3 E balanced interface trib
E1 butary
E
E1BB
card
c
8-port
8 FE ele
ectrical interfface 1VC4 25
56VLAN
E
ESS8E
switch
s board
d
1GE+4FE electrical interrface 2VC4
E
ESDGE
256VLAN
2 sw
witch board
1GE+4FE electrical interrface 2VC4 4KVLAN
4
Eth
hernet E
ESBGE
switch
s board
d
Sw
witch
Card 4FE
4 electrica
al interface 2
2VC4 4KVLA
AN
Card E
ESB4E
switch
s board
d
2GE
2 +4FE electrical
e interfaces and 8VC4
8
E
ESOGE
uplink bandw
width.
E
ESQGE 2GE
2 +4FE and
a 4VC4 uplink bandwid
dth.

E
ESQ4E 4FE
4 and 4VC
C4 uplink bandwidth.

Eth
hernet 8-port
8 FE ele
ectrical interfface 1VC4
E
ETS8E
tran
nsparent transparent
t t
transmission
n board
tran
nsmissio 1GE and 4V
VC4 uplink ba
andwidth tran
nsparent
E
ETQGE
n board
b transmission
t n board.

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Su
ub-categ A
Abbreviat
Cate
egory Full name
ory ion
4FE
4 and 4VC
C4 uplink bandwidth tran
nsparent
E
ETQ4E
transmission
t n board.

O
OL1A LC interface 4*STM-1 op
ptical line carrd
SD
DH card
O
OL4A LC interface 2*STM-4 op
ptical line carrd

LC interface 1.25G ATM switching ca


ard (4 x
A
ASC4S
ace)
155M interfa
LC interface 1.25G ATM switching ca
ard (6 x
A
ASC6S
ace)
155M interfa
ATM switch
LC interface 1.25G ATM switching ca
ard (1 x
A
ASC1Q
622M
6 interfa
ace)

LC interface 622M ATM switching ca


ard
A
ASB2S
(2x 155M intterface)

RP
PR
2GE
2 optical interface 4VC4 RPR processing
pro
ocessing P
PRQ2G
board,4K VL
LAN
boa
ard

Eth
hernet/A
TM
M EAT4E Ethe
ernet/ATM co
onversion boa
ard,
E
EAT4E
con
nversion 4*FE
4 electricc to 2*155M
boa
ard

n
Fan
Fan card
c F
FIB Fan interface
e card
inte
erfaces

Backkplane Bacckplane M
MB 2U
2 backplan
ne

4.3.1.2 Performance Ind


dices

Table 4-22
4 ZXA10
0 S200 Perforrmance Indices

items Descrription
SDH crossing
High ord
der: 44*44VC
C4; Low orde
er: 2016*201
16VC12
ability
capa

  Ma
aximum Optic
cal Interface capability: 4
4×STM-4/4×S
STM-16
Maximum traffic
TM-1 or 6×ST
+8×ST TM-4 + 4×ST
TM-1
ability of the
capa
  aximum 2M traffic adding /dropping ca
Ma apability: 88×
×E1
equip
pment
(TAFU)// 80×E1 (TAFB)

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  Ma
aximum ATM
M access cap
pability: 12×S
STM-1 or 2×S
STM-4
  Ma
aximum Ethe
ernet access capability: 16×FE/8×FE +4×GE,
based on
o L2 switch or RPR

  Intrra-ring protection switching time not llarger than 50ms


5
  In networking
n of
o a single rin
ng with 16 no
odes, the clock
SDH performance
e
source switching tim
me should be
e less than 20
0.
es
indice
  The system clo
ock can supp
port at least 2
20-grade nod
de
e, without afffecting trafficc.
cascade

  Packet loss ratio of Etherne


et service: W
When the bandwidth
configured for the trransmission link
l is larger than the tested
traffic bandwidth, an
nd 64-Byte packets are u
used for testin
ng, the
packet loss ratio sho
ould not be larger than 0.02%.
  Packet transmission delay of
o Ethernet sservice: Whe
en the
dth configure
bandwid ed for the transmission lin
nk is larger th
han the
tested traffic bandwidth, and 64--Byte packetts are used fo
or
testing, the end-to-e
end delay of the single-ne
etwork node
equipment should not be larger than 2.5ms.
Etherrnet
  L2 switching ad
ddress bufferr capability: 1
16K
perfo
ormance
  VLAN quantity:: 4K and VLA
AN ranges fro
om 1 to 4095
5.
indice
es
  Assigned numb
ber of Trunking bandwidtth: Greater th
han 4 ×
FE for uplink/downli
u ence
nk converge
  Tra
ansmission bandwidth
b co
onfiguration ccapability of Ethernet
E
service:: Maximum uplink/downli
u nk assignable bandwidth
h for
single-n
node L2 switc
ching SDH should
s not be
e less than
155Mbit/s.
  Co
onfigured gra
anularity of lin
nk transmission bandwidtth for
Etherne
et service: Minimum gran
nularity suppo
orts VC-12 and
a is
compatible with VC--3.

  Packet loss ratio of Etherne


et service: W
When the
ponding port for
corresp f the equip
pment at subscriber prem
mises
goes through line-sp
peed processsing, and actual bandwid
dth of
Perfo
ormance
H link is not less than the
the SDH e bandwidth ffor the subsc
criber
indice
es of Etherne
et
premise
es, and 64-Byte packets are used for testing, the packet
Transsparent
loss ratio should nott be larger th
han 10-6.
transsmission
  Packet transmission delay of
o Ethernet sservice: Whe
en the
service
dth configure
bandwid ed for the transmission lin
nk is larger th
han the
tested traffic bandwidth, and 64--Byte packetts are used fo
or
testing, the end-to-e
end delay of the single-ne
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items Descrription
equipment should not be larger than 2.5ms.
  plink transmis
Up ssion bandwidth for transsparent trans
smission
of Etherrnet service: The uplink transmission
t bandwidth for
f
transpa
arent transmis
ssion of Ethe
ernet service
e should not be less
than 1xV
VC4.
  Co
onfigured gra
anularity of lin
nk transmission bandwidtth for
Etherne
et service: Minimum gran
nularity should support VC
C-12
and is compatible
c with
w VC-3.

  Bandwidth of th
he transmisssion uplink: G
Greater than 1 × VC4
ATM performance
e
  System’s PVC capability: 8K PVC
meter
param
  Service types: CBR, rtVBR, nrtVBR, and UBR

4.3.1.3 Physiical Parame


eters

Table 4-23
4 ZXA10
0 S200 Physiccal Parameterrs

Items Des
scription
dime
ensions (H * W * D): 88.1mm*482.6m
mm*320mm

weight abo
out 22 Kg if fu
ully configure
ed

Enssuring perform
mance: 0°C ~+40°C
Operrating temperature
Enssuring operattion: -5°C ~+
+50°C

Enssuring perform
mance: 20%
%-80%
Relattive Humidityy
Enssuring operattion: 10%-90
0%

Operrating Voltage Volttage range (DC): -40VDC


C ~ -57VDC

Maxximum overa
all consumptiion: 130W; N
Normal opera
ation
Powe
er consumption
con
nsumption: 80
0W~100W

4.4 Softtware Architec


A ture

Figure 4-10 showss the ZXA10 MSAN softw


ware structurre. Structurallly, the ZXA1
10 MSAN
are is divide
softwa ed into seve
en parts: the
e operation support subsystem, the bearer
subsysstem, the se
ervice subsystem, the prrotocol subsystem, the d
database subsystem,
the TM
MS subsystem
m and the O&M interface
e subsystem..

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Figure 4-10 ZXA110 MSAN Softtware Structure

Operation & Maintenance


M Inteerface
Su
ubsystem

Protoco
ol Subsystem

Subsystem
Database
Servicce Subsystem

Bearerr Subsystem

Operation and
a Support Sub
bsystem T
TMS

Operaation System

Hardw
ware Plateform

4.4.1 Proto
ocol Subsy
ystem

The prrotocol subsyystem consissts of three parts:


p

z U
Universal protocol subsysstem

z B
Broadband prrotocol subsyystem

z N
Narrowband p
protocol subssystem

The un
niversal proto
ocol subsysttem impleme
ents TCP pro
otocol, UDP protocol, IP protocol,
ICMP protocol, AR
RP protocol, RARP
R protoc
col, TFTP, FT
TP, HTTP, S
SNMP, Telne
et etc.

The brroadband pro


otocol subsyystem implem
ments broadb
band protoco
ols such as multicast,
m
QoS, security,
s VLA
AN, STP/RST
TP/MSTP etc
c.

Narrow
wband protocol subsyystem includ
des V5 an
nd H.248 for PSTN/IISDN. It
receive
es/transmits,, processes calls and co
ontrol messa
ages betwee
en users and ZXA10
MSAN
N, and those between ZXA
A10 MSAN and
a upper levvel Local Excchange (LE) or MGC.

4.4.2 Serviice Subsy


ystem

Servicce subsystem
m operates acccording to protocol
p subssystem comm
mands.

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The syystem functio


ons are as fo
ollows:

z U
Uniform service interfacess to upper lay
yer

z S
Shields hardw
ware differences

z B
Breaks mmands to send to lowerr layer
down protocol com

z C
Carries out prractical opera
ations by inv
voking bearerr subsystem interface

4.4.3 Beare
er Subsys
stem

Bearerr system re
esides in CP
PU of each hardware card.
c For example, ICS
S master
processsor 8250, IC
CS slave proccessor 8031, 8240 chip of
o MPRB and
d CPU of GA
ADL card.

Bearerr subsystem functions are


e as follows:

z D
Detection of subscriber
s circuits

z S
Subscriber cirrcuit testing

z Announcement play
A

z D
DTMF digit re
eceiving

z IS
SDN subscrib ge collection and forward
bers messag ding

z V
VOIP coding & decoding

z 2K switching network connection

z A
ADSL subscriber configurration manag
gement

z S
Specific functtion interface
es to the upper layer, so other
o module
es can invoke
e them.

4.4.4 Operration Sup


pport Subs
system

Operattion Supportt Subsystem (OSS) is ba


ased on Boarrd Support P
Package (BSP), driver
and re
eal time OS Vxworks. Th
he subsystem
m provides a uniform pla
atform to up
pper-layer
applica
ations for com
mpletion of various
v functions.

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OSS fu
unctions are as follows:

z T
Task and proccess manage
ement

z In
ntra-card and
d inter-card communicati
c on

z M
Memory mana
agement

z T
Timer management

z F system management
File m functions

z V
Version loadin
ng

z V
Version mana
agement

z S
System ware management
softw

Figure
e 4-11 showss the internal functional su
ub-modules.

Figure 4-11 Sub-M


Modules of Op
peration Support System

Verrsion managem
ment Diagnostic test
t File managem
ment

S
Startup contro l Alarm system Active/standby control

R syystem monitorring Environmeent


Network deteection
monitorinng

Expiration Inter-boarrd Inter-moddule


management managemeent communication

P
Process dispatcch Memoryy Inter-proceess
managemeent managemeent

Real-time OS
O

OSS fe
eatures are as
a follows:

z S
Switching chip initialization and norma
al running

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z A
Access to the
e MIB set, ad
ddress table
e, VLAN table
e and port ssetting registe
er (which
are maintaine
ed by the switching chip)

z C
Configuration ansmitting/re
of packet tra eceiving buffe
er

z M
Message forw
warding (sen
nt by the swittching chip) to CPU and from CPU to
o TCP/IP
protocol subssystem or switching proto
ocol subsyste
em

z S
Service layer with data forrwarding patths

4.4.5 Operration and Managem


ment Subs
system

anagement subsystem supports the SNMP management and CLI


Operattion and ma
manag
gement. It pro
ovides inner interface forr the operatio
on and mainttenance platfform. CLI
manag
gement includes telnet an
nd console port
p managem
ment.

Operattion and man


nagement su
ubsystem performs follow
wing manage
ement functio
ons:

z B
Basic Comma
and: User management, system help
p, basic inforrmation, systtem logs,
etc.

z S
System contrrol: Shelf an
nd card ma
anagement, version man
nagement, data
d and
version download, data ba
ackup, data synchronizat
s tion etc.

z E
Ethernet Prottocol: Port co
onfiguration, VLAN/GMR anagement, multicast
RP/GVRP ma
m
management, STP manag
gement, trun
nk manageme
ent etc.

z M
MPRB manag
gement: VOIP management, Resourcce managem
ment etc.

z A
ADSL: Line co
onfiguration, alarm config
guration, porrt manageme
ent etc.

z N work man
Net nagement: Out-band
O and
d in-band nettwork manag
gement configuration,
S
SNMP configu
uration, FTP
P configuratio
on etc.

z T
Track tests: subscriber
s line testing, sig
gnal track

z D
Debug manag
gement

z C control
Call

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z H
H.248 protoco
ol

4.4.6 Datab
base Subs
system

Databa
ase subsysttem manage
es system data and re
esources. Itt defines, describes,
operattes, and maintains the data. The sub
bsystem acccepts and fulfils different requests
from application prrograms and databases, and it is also
o responsible
e for data sec
curity.

atabase subssystem functtions are as follows:


The da f

z D
Database ma
aintenance

z D
Database acccess interface
es

z D
Data manage
ement in two modes:

− CLI

− SNMP

z D
Data manage
ement interface to O&M subsystem
s

z B
Building mem
mory database

z O
Offering unifo
orm interfaces

z C
Configuration on from follow
and collecting informatio wing subsystems:

− Protocol subsystem

− Service subsystem

− o for Manage
Tornado ed Switches (TMS)
( subsyystem

− Operatio
on support su
ubsystem

− Bearer subsystem
s

eatures of database subsystem are as


The fe s follows:

z D
Database org
ganization an
nd management

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z D
Database datta access concurrency

z In
ntegrity and consistency
c of modifying database da
ata

4.4.7 TMS Subsystem

TMS subsystem
s is an outsourcced software package to complete
c the
e switch man
nagement
functio
ons. OS vend
dor provides TMS so it is
s functionallyy independen
nt and closely related
to OS.

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5 Tec
chnica
al Spec
cificattions

5.1 Phy
ysical In
ndices

5.1.1 Mech
hanical Dim
mension

Table 5-1 shows th


he dimension
ns of differen
nt cabinets.

Table 5-1 Dimenssions of Differeent Cabinets

Dimensions
s
abinet
Ca
Type Cabinet (Heigh
ht * Width * Depth,
T
Type
Unit mm)
1
19D06H20 2000×60
00×600

1
1500E
Ind
door (
(MDF & Pow
wer Integrated
d 00×600
2000×80
Rearr access
R
Rack)

O
ONU100 421×218
8×471

Ou
utdoor O
OUT40E 1600×13
300×650

1
19D06H20 2000×60
00×600
Ind
door I
IN1500E(MD
DF & Power
Frontt access 2000×80
00×600
I
Integrated Ra
ack)

Ou
utdoor O
OUT40E 1600×13
300×650

5.1.2 Weight

Table 5-2 shows th


he weight of different cab
binets.

Table 5-2 weight of


o Different Ca
abinets

abinet
Ca
Type Cabinet Weig
ght (with Ba
attery)
T
Type

Rearr access Ind


door 1
19D06H20 200 kg

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Ca
abinet
Type Cabinet Weig
ght (with Ba
attery)
T
Type

1
1500E
(
(MDF & Pow
wer Integrated
d -
R
Rack)

O
ONU100 18 kg

Ou
utdoor O
OUT40E 285kg

1
19D06H20 200 kg
Ind
door I
IN1500E(MD
DF & Power
Frontt access -
I
Integrated Ra
ack)

Ou
utdoor O
OUT40E 285kg

5.2 Cap
pacity

The actual
a total subscriber capacity ca
an be config
gured flexib
bly by adjus
sting the
concen
ntration ratio
o in the range
e of 1:1 ~ 1:12.8.

z B
Based on mo
odular design, ZXA10 OLTC
O can exxpand the su
ubscribers by
b adding
O
ONUC modulle. A single shelf
s of the ZXA10
Z T600
0 can supporrt up to 25,34
44 POTS
subscribers.

z Z
ZXA10 T600 module can
n be stacked and in on
ne OLTC racck, five ZXA
A10 T600
shelves can be
b overlappe
ed at most.

Table 5-3 shows th


he capacity of
o different ca
abinets for ZX
XA10 U300.

Table 5-3 Capacitty of Different Cabinets

Maxim nu
umber of Po
orts
binet
Cab
ype
Ty Cabinet PO
OTS ADS
SL POTS & ADSL
Ty
ype
on
nly only
y combo

Rearr POTS: 960


or
Indoo 19D0
06H20 1920
0 1920
access ADSL: 960

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Maxim nu
umber of Po
orts
Cab
binet
ype
Ty Cabinet PO
OTS ADS
SL POTS & ADSL
Ty
ype
on
nly only
y combo
1500
0E
POTS: 384
(MDF
F & Power 768 768
ADSL: 384
Integ
grated Rack)

POTS: 64
ONU
U100 128 64
ADSL: 64

POTS: 576
Outdoor OUT
T40E 1152
2 1152
ADSL: 576

POTS: 576
19D0
06H20 1152
2 1152
ADSL: 576
Indoo
or IN15
500E(MDF &
Frontt POTS: 384
Powe
er Integrated
d 768 768
access ADSL: 384
Rackk)

POTS: 384
Outdoor OUT
T40E 768 768
ADSL: 384

Note:

1. F the front access cabin


For net, the abov
ve capacity didn’t
d consid
der the slots occupied
by test card TSLCC
T and environment
e & power mo
onitoring card
d EPC.

5.3 Perfformanc
ce

5.3.1 Narro
owband Se
ervice Perrformance
e

Table 5-4 Narrowbband Service Performance

Category F
Feature Specification
ZXA10 T600
120K
BHCA
A
Narro
owband servvice ZXA10 U300
50K
A
BHCA
The call loss rate not greatter than 0.04
4%.

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5.3.2 Broad
dband Service Perfformance

Table 5-5 Broadbaand Service Performance


P

C
Category Feature Sp
pecification
Switch cap
pacity. 48G
Switcching
Number of MAC addre
esses in
syste
em 8K
m core switch
the system hing

VALN
N VLAN qua
antity 4K

Multicast Multicast VLAN


V support 4 M
Multicast VLA
AN
functtions Multicast channel
c 1K

Network-sside queues 8
Qos
User-side queues 8

5.4 Pow
wer

5.4.1 Inputt Power Re


equiremen
nt

Table 5-6 shows in


nput power re
equirement of
o different ca
abinets.

Table 5-6 Input Poower Requirem


ment of Differe
ent Cabinets

binet
Cab
T
Type Cabine
et Inp
put Power
Ty
ype

220 ± 20% VA
AC;
D06H20
19D

–57VDC to –4
40VDC

150
00E
220 ± 20% VA
AC;
Rearr oor
Indo (MD
DF & Power

–57VDC to –4
40VDC
access Inte
egrated Rack
k)

220 ± 20% VA
AC;
ON
NU100

–57VDC to –4
40VDC

Outd
door OU
UT40E 220 ± 20% VA
AC

Frontt 220 ± 20% VA


AC;
oor
Indo 19D
D06H20
access –
–57VDC to –4
40VDC

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Cab
binet
T
Type Cabine
et Inp
put Power
Ty
ype

IN1500E(MDF & Power 220 ± 20% VA


AC;
egrated Rack
Inte k) –
–57VDC to –4
40VDC

Outd
door OU
UT40E 220 ± 20% VA
AC

5.4.2 Powe
er Consum
mption

Table 5-7 shows th


he board con
nsumption off ZXA10 U300.

Table 5-7 Board Consumption


C o ZXA10 U30
of 00.

Power
o.
No Ca
ard name Specificatio
on
Cons
sumption (w
w)
Static p
power
consum
mption/maxim
mum
1 ALC 8/45
power consumption
n (all
user iss hooked off)
2 RALC 8/45

3 FLC/I 1.5/35

4 DLCC 6.5/20

5 GADL/2
2+ 18/24

6 GAGL 20/48

Each e
established DSL
D user
22 (static
c power will add
d 0.4W
7 GILC/2+
+
consump
ption) Each h
hooking on POTS
P
user w
will add 1.4W

8 GETI 8

9 GVDL 20/34

10 GSDL 24

11 ETC 1

12 GETC 3

13 EPOI 12

14 EPNI 12

15 HDB 7

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Power
No
o. Ca
ard name Specificatio
on
Cons
sumption (w
w)
16 AUDB 8

17 DIB 4

18 HLC 8

19 TRKB 8/10

20 ODTI 7

21 GATI 16

22 IST1T 11.8

23 IST1A 20

24 ICS 22

25 EICS 24

26 GIS 30

27 GISE 10

28 MPRB 22

29 CNIC 5

30 GEI sub
b-card 5

31 EUX sub-card 2

32 TSLCC//2 8

33 TSLCD 8

34 EPC 10

35 POWER
RH 20

36 POWER
RK 20

Table 5-8 shows th


he board con
nsumption off ZXA10 T600
0.

Table 5-8 Board Consumption


C o ZXA10 T60
of 00

Power
o.
No Ca
ard name Specificatio
on
Cons
sumption (w
w)
1 ESU 20

2 GNU 30

3 ODT 8

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Power
No
o. Ca
ard name Specificatio
on
Cons
sumption (w
w)
4 ODTD 10

5 FDT 25

7 HGT 5

8 POWER
RK 20

Table 5-9 shows th


he board con
nsumption off ZXA10 S20
00. For the ca
ards same with
w S300,
e refer to Tab
please ble 5-9 board
d consumptio
on of ZXA10 S300.

Table 5-9 Board Consumption


C o ZXA10 S20
of 00

Power
No
o. Ca
ard name Specificatio
on
Cons
sumption (w
w)
1 S200 bo
ox and fan 9.5

2 TAFB/TABU 35.1

3 OD4H 8

4 OD1H/4
4 8

Table 5-10 shows power consu


umption of otther cards.

Table 5-10 Powerr Consumptionn of Others

Power
o.
No Ca
ard name Specificatio
on
Cons
sumption (w
w)
5 CSV 10.5

6 EMB 4

7 FAN1 21

5.5 Worrking En
nvironm
ment

Table 5-11 shows the temperature and hum


midity require
ement of diffe
erent cabinets.

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Table 5-11 Tempeerature & Hum


midity Requirement of Differrent Cabinets

Cabinet Operration Operattion


e
Type Ca
abinet
pe
Typ Tempe
erature Humid
dity
19D06H
H20 -10°C ~45°°C 5%~90%

1500E
Rearr Indoorr (MDF & Power -10°C ~45°°C 5%~90%
access ed Rack)
Integrate

ONU100
0 -10°C ~45°°C 5%~90%

Outdoo
or OUT40E
E -45°C ~50°°C 5%~100%

19D06H
H20 -10°C ~45°°C 5%~90%

IN1500E
E(MDF &
Frontt Indoorr
Power Integrated -10°C ~45°°C 5%~90%
access
Rack)

Outdoo
or OUT40E
E -45°C ~50°°C 5%~100%

5.6 Reliiability

z S
System cold start
s time ≤ 5 minutes

z D
Down time a year
y ≤ 5.3 minutes
m

z S
System availa
ability ≥ 99.999%

z F
Fault-free worrking time: MTBF
M > 8800
00h

z F
Fault recoveryy time < 30 minutes
m

5.7 Refe
erences
s

ZXA10
0 MSAN com
mply the follow
wing standarrds.

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Table 5-12 Standaards Compliannce

andard No.
Sta Standard
d Name
Environme
ental conditio
ons and environmental te
ests for
ETSII 300 telecommunications equipment;
019-2
2-1 Part 2-1: Specification
S n of environm
mental tests;
Storage

Environme
ental conditio
ons and environmental te
ests for
ETSII 300 telecommunications equipment;
019-2
2-2 Part 2-2: Specification
S n of environm
mental tests;
Transportation

Environme
ental conditio
ons and environmental te
ests for
ETSII 300 telecommunications equipment;
019-2
2-3 Part 2-3: Specification
S n of environm
mental tests;
Stationaryy use at weattherprotected
d locations
ITU-T
T K.11 Principles of protection
n against ove
ervoltages and overcurre
ents

Resistibilitty of telecom
mmunication switching
s equipment to
ITU-T
T K.20
overvoltag
ges and overrcurrents
IEC 60950
6 Safety of information
i technology
t e
equipment

Internation
nal Electrotechnical Com
mmission (IEC
C IP55) prote
ection
IEC IP55
I
standard
UL 60950 Safety of information
i technology
t e
equipment

EN 61000
6 Electroma
agnetic comp
patibility (EMC)

Informatio
on technology
y equipment -Radio distu
urbance
EN55
5022
characteriistics - Limits
s and method
ds of measurrement Cla
ass A
DSL Forum
VDSL2 Pe
erformance Test
T Plan
114
WT-1
DSL Forum
VDSL2 Fu
unctionality Test
T Plan
115
WT-1
DSL Forum
ADSL Inte
eroperability Test Plan
67
TR-6

DSL Forum Migration to Ethernet-Based DSL


TR-101 Aggregatio
on

DSL Forum
Triple Playy Quality of Experience
E R
Requirement
t
TR-126

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Sta
andard No. Standard
d Name
IEEE stan
ndard for loca
al and metropolitan area networks--C
Common
IEEE
E 802.1D
specificatiions--Media access contrrol (MAC) Brridges

IEEE
E 802.1p Traffic class expediting
g and dynam
mic multicast filtering

IEEE
E 802.1Q Virtual Bridged Local Area
A Networks

Local and metropolitan


n area netwo
orks---Comm
mon specifica
ations
edia Access Control (MAC) Bridges---Amendmen
Part 3: Me nt
IEEE
E 802.1w
2---Rapid
uration
Reconfigu

IEEE
E 802.1x Port Base
ed Network Access
A Contrrol

IEEE
E 802.1ag Connectivvity Fault Man
nagement

IEEE stan
ndard for loca
al and metropolitan area networks Sp
pecific
IEEE
E 802.2
requireme
ents Part 2: Logical
L Link Control
C

Edition Ca
arrier Sense Multiple Acccess with Colllision Detecttion
IEEE
E 802.3
(CSMA/CD
D) access method
m and physical layerr specifications

IEEE
E 802.3u 100BaseT
TX and 100B
BaseFX specification

IEEE
E 802.3x Full duplex and flow co
ontrol on 10B
BaseT and 100BaseT po
orts

IEEE
E 802.3z 1000Base
eX specificatiion

IEEE
E 802.3ad Ethernet Link
L Aggrega
ation

IEEE
E 802.3ae 10 Gigabitt Ethernet

IEEE
E 802.3ah Ethernet in the First Mile
M (EFM)

ITU-T
T G.703 Physical / electrical ch
haracteristicss of hierarchiccal digital intterfaces

Synchrono
ous frame sttructures use
ed at 1544, 6
6312, 2048, 8448
8
ITU-T
T G.704
and 44,73
36 Kbps hiera
archical levels

Frame alig
gnment and cyclic redund
dancy checkk (CRC) Proc
cedures
ITU-T
T G.706 relating to
o basic frame
e structures defined
d in reccommendatio
on
G.704

ITU-T
T G.711 Pulse Cod
de Modulatio
on (PCM) of voice
v frequen
ncies

Speech co
oders – Duall rate speech
h coder for m
multimedia
ITU-T
T G.723.1
communiccations transmitting at 5.3
3 and 6.3 Kb
bps.

40, 32, 24
4, 16 kbit/s Adaptive Diffe
erential Pulse
e Code Modu
ulation
ITU-T
T G.726
(ADPCM)

Coding off speech at 8 Kbps using Conjugate S


Structure Algebraic
ITU-T
T G.729
Code Exccited Linear Predictions
P (C
CSACELP).

ITU-T
T G.810 Definitionss and terminology for syn
nchronization
n networks

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Sta
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d Name
Control off jitter and wa
ander within digital netwo
orks that are based
ITU-T
T G.823
on the 204
48 Kbps hierrarchy

ITU G.993.2
G Very high speed digita
al subscriber line 2

A broadba
and optical access system
m with increa
ased
ITU-T
T G.983.4
service ca
apability using dynamic bandwidth
b assignment

ITU-T
T G.984.1 GPON Ge
eneral Chara
acteristics

GPON Ph
hysical Media
a Dependantt (PMD) Laye
er
ITU-T
T G.984.2
Specificattion

GPON Tra
ansmission Convergence
C e Layer
ITU-T
T G.984.3
Specificattion

GPON ON
NT Managem
ment and Con
ntrol Interfacce
ITU-T
T G.984.4
Specificattion

ITU-T
T G.960 Access dig
gital section for ISDN basic rate acce
ess

Digital tran
nsmission sy
ystem on me
etallic local lin
nes for ISDN
N basic
ITU-T
T G.961
rate accesss

ITU-T
T G.962 Access dig
gital section for ISDN primary rate at 2048 Kbps

V-interfaces at the digital local excchange (LE) V


V5.1-interfac
ce
ITU-T
T G.964
n 2048kbit/s) for the supp
(based on port of accesss network (A
AN)

V-interfaces at the digital local excchange (LE) V


V5.2-interfac
ce
ITU-T
T G.965
n 2048kbit/s) for the supp
(based on port of accesss network (A
AN)

ITU-T
T G.991.2 Single-paiir high-speed
d digital subsscriber line (S
SHDSL) trans
sceivers

ITU-T
T G.992.1 Asymmetrric Digital Su
ubscriber Line
e (ADSL) tra
ansceivers

Asymmetrrical digital subscriber line (ADSL) tra


ansceivers – 2
ITU-T
T G.992.3
(ADSL2)

Asymmetrrical digital subscriber line (ADSL) tra


ansceivers –
ITU-T
T G.992.5 extended
h ADSL2 (AD
bandwidth DSL2plus)

ITU-T
T G.994.1 Handshakke Procedure
es for DSL tra
ansceivers

ITU-T
T G.996.1 Test Procedures for DSL
D transceivvers

Physical Layer
L Manag
gement for DSL
ITU-T
T G.997.1
transceive
ers
ITU-T
T H.248 Gateway control
c proto
ocol

ITU-T
T I.430 Basic user network intterface - Layer 1 specifica
ation

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d Name
ITU-T
T Q.23 Technical features of push-button
p telephone se
ets

ITU-T
T
Technical characteristtics of tones for
f the teleph
hone service
e
E.180
0/Q.35

ITU-T
T Q.920 ISDN user network intterface data link
l layer – G
General aspe
ects

ITU-T
T Q.921 ISDN user network intterface - Data
a link layer sspecification

ISDN user network intterface Layerr 3 specificattion for basic


c call
ITU-T
T Q.931
control
Procedure
es for docum
ment facsimile
e transmissio
on in the gen
neral
ITU-T
T T.30
switched telephone
t ne
etwork

Procedure
es for real-tim
me Group 3 facsimile
f com
mmunication over IP
ITU-T
T T.38
networks

Standardizzation of Gro
oup 3 facsimile terminals for documen
nt
ITU-T
T T4
transmission
ITU-T
T Y.1413 TDM-MPL
LS Network Inter working
g-User Plane Inter workin
ng

OAM Funcctions and Mechanisms


M f Ethernet Based Netw
for works
ITU-T
T Y.1731
and IEEE 802.1ag.
List of deffinitions for in
nterchange circuits
c betwe
een data term
minal
ITU-T
T V.24
equipmen
nt (DTE) and data circuit-tterminating e
equipment (D
DCE)

Modem ussing the 60-1


108 kHz frequency band for synchron
nous
ITU-T
T V.36 data
transmission

RFC 0768 User Data


agram Protoc
col (UDP)

RFC 0791 Internet Protocol (IP)

RFC 0792 Internet Control


C Messa
age Protocoll (ICMP)

RFC 0793 Transmisssion Control Protocol (TC


CP)

RFC 0796 Address mappings


m

RFC 0854 Telnet pro


otocol specification

RFC 0855 Telnet opttion specifica


ations

RFC 0858 Telnet sup


ppress go ah
head option

Standard for the transmission of IP


P datagram o
over Etherne
et
RFC 0894
networks

RFC 0896 Congestio


on control in IP/TCP interrnet works

RFC 1112 Host Extension for IP muilticasting


g

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d Name
Structure and identification of man
nagement info
ormation for
RFC 1155
ased internetts
TCP/IP-ba
RFC 1157 Simple Ne
etwork Mana
agement Prottocol (SNMP
P)

Managem
ment Informattion Base (MIB) for netwo
ork managem
ment of
RFC 1213
TCP/IP-ba
ased internetts: MIB-II

RFC 1242 Benchmarrking termino


ology for netw
work intercon
nnection dev
vices

RFC 1254 Gateway congestion


c control
c survey

RFC 1256 ICMP routter discovery


y messages

RFC 148 Commentts on RFC 12


23

RFC 1493 Definitionss of managed objects forr bridges

RFC 1889 RTP: A tra


ansport proto
ocol for real-ttime applicattions

RFC 1890 RTP Profile for audio and


a video co
onferences w
with minimal control
c

RFC 1901 Introductio


on to commu
unity-based SNMPv2
S

Structure of managem
ment informattion for Version 2 of the Simple
S
RFC 1902
Network Management
M t Protocol (SNMPv2)
Textual co
onventions fo
or Version 2 of the Simple
e Network
RFC 1903
Managem
ment Protocoll (SNMPv2)
Conforma
ance stateme
ents for Versiion 2 of the S
Simple Netwo
ork
RFC 1904
Managem
ment Protocoll (SNMPv2)
Protocol operations
o for Version 2 of
o the Simple
e Network
RFC 1905
Managem
ment Protocoll (SNMPv2)
Transport mappings fo
or Version 2 of the Simple
e Network
RFC 1906
ment Protocoll (SNMPv2)
Managem
Managem
ment Informattion Base (MIB) for Versio
on 2 of the Simple
S
RFC 1907
Network Management
M t Protocol (SNMPv2)
RFC 2236 Internet Group
G Manag
gement proto
ocol, minimum
m version 2

RFC 2285 Benchmarrking termino


ology for LAN
N switching d
devices

RFC 2515 Definitionss of managed objects forr ATM manag


gement

RFC 2662 Definitionss of managed objects forr ADSL lines

RFC 2665 Definitionss of managed objects forr Ethernet like


e interface ty
ypes

RFC 2863 Interfacess group MIB

Managem
ment Informattion Base (MIB) for Versio
on 2 of the Simple
S
RFC 2907
Network Management
M t Protocol (SNMPv2)

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d Name
RFC 2933 Internet Group
G Manag
gement Proto
ocol (IGCMP) MIB

RFC 2960 Stream Co


ontrol Transm
mission Protocol (SCTP))

RFC 3015 Megaco Protocol


P Vers
sion 1.0

RFC 3057 ISDN Q.92


21 user adap
ptation layer

Internet Group
G Manag
gement proto
ocol, minimum
m version 2 and
a
RFC 3376
version 3

RFC 3435/RFC Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP) Verssion 1.0 basic Media
0
3660 Gateway Control
C Proto
ocol (MGCP)) packages

RFC 3916 Requirements for PWE


E3

RFC 3985 PWE3 Arcchitecture

Requirements for Edge-to-Edge Emulation of T


Time Division
n
RFC 4197
ng (TDM) Cirrcuits over PSN
Multiplexin P
Pseudo wire
w Setup an
nd Maintenan
nce using the
e Label Distriibution
RFC 4447
Protocol (LDP)
RFC 4553 Structure Agnostic TD
DM over Packket (SAToP)

RFC 4446 IANA Alloccations for Pseudo


P wire Edge
E to Edge
e Emulation (PWE3)

Pseudo wire
w Emulation Edge-to-Ed
dge (PWE3) Control Worrd for
RFC 4385
Use over an MPLS PS
SN

(Structurre-Aware Tim
me Division Multiplexed
M (TDM) Circuitt
RFC 5086
Emulation
n Service ove
er Packet Sw
witched Netw
work (CESoPSN))

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6 Operation and Mainttenanc


ce
ZTE develops the NetNumen U31
U Integrated Element Managemen
nt System tha
at adopts
dvanced EMS
the ad S architecturre, provides a complete set of Java--based trans
s-platform
develo
opment tools, moduless and APIs
s. As a highly custom
mized, carrrier-class,
trans-p
platform integ
grated EMS with the botttom-to-up de
esign, the Ne
etNumen U3
31 can be
easily integrated with multiple third-party
y systems, and provide
es a comprrehensive
on for networrk management purpose. ZTE owns the complete
solutio e intellectual property
of this NetNumen U31
U system, and has adopted multip
ple patent tecchnologies to
o improve
its functions. As re
equired, the system can fast, flexiblyy, convenien
ntly and econ
nomically
ge different NEs, bringing about good
manag g social and economic benefits
s for the
operattors. Its flexxible expandability ensures smooth system upg
grade during
g system
expanssion or durin
ng addition of new netw
work equipm
ment so that it has the minimum
impactt on the existting system.

The NetNumen U3
31 EMS is an d EMS that currently ma
a integrated anages different data
ment of ZTE in the backb
equipm bone layer, th
he convergen
nce layer, an
nd the access
s layer.

6.1 System Strructure

6.1.1 Distributed Pro


ocessing Structure
S

The NetNumen U3
31 EMS ado
opts the 3-le erver structurre, which is a typical
evel client/se
uted applicattion system, composed of
distribu base server, the EMS
o three partss: The datab
server and the EMS
E client, as shown in Figure 6-1.
6 The EM
MS client ex
xchanges
information with the managed EMS equipm
ment and acccesses the d
database via the EMS
server.

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Figure 6-1 System


m Structure of the NetNume
en U31

The Java applicattion client provides


p all EMS functio
ons and hass good user friendly
feature
e.

The syystem serverr adopts Java


a and can run on multiple
e OS platform
ms, such as Windows
and Un
nix ones.

des support for multiple database syystems (such


The syystem provid h as Oracle and SQL
Serverr) via the stan
ndard databa
ase access interface JDB
BC. The data
abase system
m can run
on the
e same servver platform
m together with
w the EM
MS server, o
or it can run on an
indepe
endent serve
er platform.

The infformation flo


ow of the systtem starts fro
om the time when
w user in
nformation is received
from th
he client. Aftter operation
n rights authe
entication an
nd input checck, it is trans
sferred to
the se
erver for proccessing. The
e server exc
changes info
ormation with
h the NE and then is
synchrronized to the
e database data
d or directtly accesses the database
e before retu
urning the
resultss to the client. Therefo
ore, the client and the
e server co
over all the
e system
manag
gement functtions.

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6.1.2 Redu
undancy Standby
S So
olution

As the
e core applica
ation system
m for monitoriing and managing the ne
etwork, the EMS
E shall
be able to run stab
bly in a long run. Howeve
er, the stability of system
m running is restricted
by the following se
everal factorss:

1. S
Stability of the
e hardware platform
p

2. S
Stability of the
e software syystem includ em software (OS, DB sys
ding the syste stem and
virtual machin
ne) and the EMS
E applicattion software
e

3. S
Status and sta
ability of the network

4. O
Operating envvironment off the system (such as tem
mperature, hu
umidity, pow
wer supply
and natural disaster)

Thereffore, to guarrantee the stable


s runnin
ng of the syystem, the N
NetNumen U31
U EMS
provide
es a standbyy redundancyy solution forr 1+1 backup
p.

Hot sta
andby means that both th
he active sys
stem and the
e standby system run at the
t same
time so
o that they ca
an be switched over to ea
ach other in the
t case of fa
aults to guara
antee the
uninterrrupted servvice of the EMS. In the NetNume
en U31 EMS
S, two soluttions are
availab
ble for standby: The loca
al dual-system
m standby so
olution in which the active
e and the
standb
by systems operate
o in the
e same place
e and the rem
mote dual-sysstem standby
y solution
in whicch the active and the stan
ndby system
ms operate in different pla
aces.

6.1.2.1 Local Dual-syste


em Hot Sta
andby Solu
ution

The lo
ocal dual-system standbyy system is generally
g imp
plemented byy use of dua
al hosts +
HA fau
ult tolerance cluster softw
ware + disk array
a in the LA
AN, as show
wn in Figure 6-2.
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Figure 6-2 The Loocal Standby Solution


S of the
e System

N M server (active) N M serv er (standby)

N M client N M client
c

D isk array cabinet

LAN

M anaged netw
w ork

In the standby solu


ution, the acttive server an
nd the standby server are
e located in one
o LAN,
and they are conn
nected to the
e same disk array cabine
et, where the
e common databases
reside. In normal cases,
c the active
a system
m is oriented
d to the netw
work for man
nagement
while the
t standby system
s is in the
t standby state.
s A hearrtbeat path iss located bettween the
active server and the
t standby server
s to mu
utually monito
or the statess of each other. When
andby server finds that the
the sta t active se
erver is faultty (such as b
breakdown), the fault
toleran
nce cluster software
s will help switch the
t EMS app
plications (in
ncluding the database
d
system
m) over to the
e standby se
erver. Both th
he active serrver and the standby serv
ver share
a floating IP address. When the standby se
erver detectss the status rrecovery of the
t active
one, it will switch over
o its task to
t the active server.

The acctive and the


e standby serrvers share the
t database
e system in th
he disk array
y cabinet,
so as to
t keep the data
d consiste
ency between themselves. The disks are configurred to the
RAID 1 or RAID5 mode.
m

z T RAID1 im
The mplements data
d ancy backup by means o
redunda of mirror. This means
has a higher IP processin
ng efficiency but brings high
h cost. At least two disks must
d in the disk array
be configured a to implement 1+1 backup.
b

z T RAID5 im
The mplements data
d redunda
ancy backup by means o
of error chec
ck. In this
m
mode, the da
ata check bllocks are dis
stributed to all the data disks and a special
algorithm can
n be used to calculate the
e storage possition of any check block, so as to
ecover the data. Comparred with RAID1, the RAID
re D5 has lowe
er cost. To en
nsure the

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effective distribution of data


d check blocks, at least three hard disks must be
configured in the disk arra
ay.

6.1.2.2 Remo
ote Dual-sy
ystem Hot Standby
S So
olution

The re
emote dual-ssystem hot standby
s systtem is gene
erally implem
mented by us
se of the
active EMS server system + VERITAS
V fa
ault tolerance
e cluster sofftware + the
e standby
EMS server
s system
m, as shown in Figure 6-3
3.

z T active EM
The MS server syystem has fully the same configuration
c ns as the standby one,
and they both
h implement the
t redundancy backup of
o the system
m and data via
v RAID1
m
mirror.

z In
n normal casses, the activve system is oriented
o to th
he network fo
or managem
ment while
th
he standby system
s is in the
t hot stand
dby state. An
n IP networkk is used betw
ween the
active and the
e standby syystems to mo
onitor the sta
ates of each other. To en
nsure the
syystem reliab
bility and stab
bility, a dedic
cated IP netw
work is gene
erally adopte
ed for the
communicatio
on between the active and
a the standby systemss. When the
e standby
server finds th
hat the active
e server is fa
aulty (such as
a breakdown
n), the VERIT
TAS fault
olerance cluster softwarre will help switch the EMS appliccations (inclu
to uding the
database sysstem) over to
t the stand
dby server. Both the acctive server and the
sttandby serve
er share a flo
oating IP add
dress.

Figure 6-3 The Reemote Dual-syystem Hot Sta


andby Solution
n

N M server system (act ive) NM server syst em (standby)

Dedicated IP
P netw ork

N M client
M anaged netw ork NM client

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z T data of th
The he active sysstem and thatt of the stand
dby system a
are exchange
ed via the
dedicated IP network.
n Wh
hen the active
e system is working,
w it will backup any change
of the data related to the EMS
E to the re
emote standby system, sso as to keep
p the data
consistency between
b these two syste
ems. When the EMS ap
pplication is switched
over to the sttandby syste
em, the stand
dby system also
a stores a
almost the sa
ame data
as in the activve system, so
s as to ensu
ure the seam
mless switchover of the service
s in
he EMS. At the same tim
th me, the stan
ndby EMS will backup th
he data related to the
E
EMS via the dedicated
d IP
P network to the active EMS,
E so that the data con
nsistency
between the active
a and th
he standby sy
ystems can be
b guarantee
ed wherever the EMS
application runs.

6.2 Cha
aracteris
stics off NMS

z S
Standard com
mpliance

The syystem strictlyy complies with


w ITU-T TM
MN series re
ecommendattions and RF
FC series
EMS protocols.
p

z C
Comprehensive network management
m t capabilitiess

The syystem manag


ges different data commu
unication pro
oducts of ZTE
E.

The system
s man
nagement co
onsists of two
t levels: NE management and network
manag
gement, and provides com
mprehensive
e network ma
anagement functions.

z D
Distributed prrocessing capabilities

The syystem provid


des strong fa
ault tolerance
e capabilitiess. When a se
erver in the system
s is
down, the other se
ervers can takke over its jo
obs so that th
he services w
will not be intterrupted.

z S
Support for multiple
m platfo
orms and dattabases

Based
d on the JAV
VA language, the system ans-platform feature and supports
m has the tra
the Un
nix and the Windows
W OSss.

The syystem supports MSSQL server


s and Oracle.
O

z O
Openness

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The syystem suppo


orts the stan
ndard SNMP
P, provides such interfa
aces as TL1, Syslog,
CORB
BA and SNMP
P, and suppo
orts integratiion with the third-party
t syystem to fac
cilitate the
office party
p to deploy OSS applications.

z E
Easy expansion and upgrrade

Modula
ar design is adopted for the system so that the system provvides good expansion
e
and up
pgrade functiions.

z F
Fast automatic discovery

utomatically discover devices by battch based on


The syystem can au n such inform
mation as
the IP
P address ra
ange set byy the user and
a the devvice type, and add them
m to the
manag
gement syste
em.

z P
Powerful netw
work elementt statistics function

The syystem supports statistics function thatt all NEs man


naged.

z S
System-self m
management
t

The syystem provid e system management capabilities and can mo


des complete onitor the
system
m operation.

z S
Security

The syystem provid


des compreh
hensive acce
ess right con ns and supports user
ntrol function
accesss to the systtem by level and by area
a. That is, the system su
upports opera
ations on
limited
d NEs within the limited granularity.

The syystem provides comprehe


ensive securrity log record
ds.

z S
Support for lo
ocal managem
ment

z T
The system supports
s botth Chinese and
a English. The local managemen
nt can be
conducted byy selecting the correspond
ding languag
ge during the
e system insttallation.

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6.3 NMS
S Functtions

NetNumen U31 ha
as the follow
wing functions
s: topology, configuration
n, fault, perfo
ormance,
securitty, strategy, log,
l report, etc.
e

NetNumen U31 co e NE managers of multip


omprises the ple NEs and supports ce
entralized
gement of mu
manag ultiple NEs in
n the same platform.
p It is used to imp
plement opera
ation and
mainte
enance of one or more NEs. The NE manage
ers are in th
he form of functional
f
compo
onents and built
b in the EM
MS. They ca
an be loaded as per the ttype of the eq
quipment
in the
e managed network to implemen
nt the poin
nt-to-point m
managementt of the
corresponding NEss.

They interact with


h the managed equipm
ment via the Telnet inte
erface (man--machine
ands) or with
comma h the SNMP to implemen
nt the followin
ng managem
ment functions
s:

6.3.1 Netw
work topolo
ogy mana
agement

z S
Support for management
m of network to
opologies: Multiple
M mana
agement view
ws based
on different eq
quipment typ
pes, differentt subnets and
d different m
management domains

z S
Support for automatic
a discovery of the NE nod
des in the network: Th
he nodes
automatically discovered are
a stored in
n the networkk topology da
atabase

z S
Support for manually
m addiing nodes to the networkk

z N
Network node
e filtering: Cu
ustomization of the filter

z M
Monitoring of the node run
nning state based
b on the network top
pology

z S
Support for multi-level
m top
pologies

z S
Support for ad
dding virtual nodes to the
e topology

z S
Support for grrid, ring and star topologiical arrangem
ment of node
es

z S
Support for network
n topo
ological con
nnections am
mong the no
odes and co
onnection
descriptions

z S
Support for no
ode sequenccing by English or Chinesse in the topo
ology

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z S
Support for English or Chinese naming and renam
ming of nodess in the topollogy

z S
Support for fu
uzzy search by
b node nam
me or IP addrress in the to
opology

z S
Support for ed
diting and de
eleting nodes
s in the topology

z S
Support for cu
ustomization of the backg
ground map in the topolo
ogy.

6.3.2 Configuration managem


ment

The re
elated attributes of the eq
quipment and
d the service
es can be co
onfigured so as to put
the network into op
peration and launch such
h services. The
T system ssupports the following
types of
o configuration managem
ment tools:

z G
GUI-based co
onfiguration managemen
m t

z T
Telnet-based configuration manageme
ent with man
n-machine co
ommands

6.3.3 Monitoring of the


t rack state

z M
Monitoring of the operatio
on state of NEs (including
g racks, card
ds and ports)) for vivid
and detailed location of th
he fault sourc
ces

z S
Support for navigation of
o other ma
anagement functions
f or example, different
(fo
configuration functions) via the rack diiagram

6.3.4 Faultt managem


ment

Throug
gh fault man
nagement th
he equipmen
nt alarms re
eported by a
all NEs of the entire
networrk and the network evvent reports
s can be received
r and presented
d to the
mainte
enance staff in real time in the visible and audib
ble form, so tthat the maintenance
can co
onfirm and prrocess such alarms and network eve
ent reports an
nd store the collected
alarm reports in the
e database for
f alarm stattistics and qu
uery.

z N alarm disp
NE play

z N alarm filte
NE er setting

z R
Redefinition o alarm levels
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z R
Redefinition o alarm solution suggesttions
of

z S
Setting of NE audio alarm
ms

z D
Display and handling of alarm data in the entirre network: Monitoring of
o history
events and th
he current ala
arm list in a uniform
u way

z S
Storage of hisstory alarm data
d

z A
Analysis of event
e correla
ation and fau
ult location: Alarms of rrelated types
s can be
combined to pinpoint
p the fault
f

z C
Confirmation and deletion
n of alarms

z T
Transfer of alarms: Alarms can be tran
nsferred to network
n node
es in differentt levels

z F
Filter of alarm
ms: The user can customiize filters

z U
User definition of alarm le
evels

z Q
Query and sta ults: Support for report type output
atistics of fau

z F
Fault diagnossis and test

6.3.5 Perfo
ormance manageme
m ent

The pe
erformance managemen
nt module mo e performance of the
onitors and analyzes the
networrk and equipment. It co
ollects perfo
ormance datta from the NEs and generates
g
perform
mance repo
orts after prrocessing th
hem, so as to provide information
n for the
mainte
enance and manageme
ent departm
ments and guide
g the n
network eng
gineering,
plannin
ng and adjusstment for im
mproving the operation qu
uality of the w
whole networrk.

z C
Collection of NE
N performa
ance data

z M
Monitoring of NE performa
ance alarms

z G
Graphical display of NE performance data

z S
Storage of NE
E performancce data

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z S
Storage of hisstory perform
mance data

z S
Support for diisplay of netw
work perform
mance data in
n graphical a
and table form
ms

z M
Monitoring of network perrformance sta
ate and prom
mpt of perform
mance alarm
ms

z A
Automatic delletion of histo
ory performa
ance data: Th
he user can ccustomize the
e storage
period of perfformance datta

6.3.6 Security management

z S
Support ation rights of multiple
for right management of the system functions: Opera
syystem functions are assigned to spe
ecific user grroups. The u
users in a us
ser group
can conduct the manage
ement operattions corresp
ponding to tthe group rig
ghts. The
agement righ
security mana hts can be furrther divided to the menu
u level so thatt the right
m
management is more flexible;

z S
Support for right
r ement of the managed network do
manage omain: The managed
m
equipment is assigned to the specific user,
u who ca
an manage th
he equipmen
nt with the
hts. In addition, the sec
assigned righ curity manag
gement dom
main is based on the
network topological areass, which faciliitates the by right and do
omain manag
gement.

z S
System securrity logs: This includes multiple
m log tyypes such ass system security log
and user operation log. Th
he system su
upports auditing of system operation and user
operations.

6.3.7 Polic
cy manage
ement

z S
Support for tw
wo policy type
es: Timing ex
xecution poliicy and even
nt-triggering execution
e
policy;

z P
Policy custom
mization. Afte gistered and triggered
er being custtomized, the policy is reg
in
n the policy engine,
e and the
t system supports
s auto
omatic dispa
atching and protection
p
based on the network ope
eration condition;

z S
System mana
agement policies. The user can cusstomize the p
policy execu
ution time
and date so that the sysstem will trig
gger the poliicies at the specified tim
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policies are alarm


a cleara
ance policy, operation lo
og clearance
e policy, perfformance
data clearancce policy, and
d database backup
b policyy.

6.3.8 Log manageme


m ent

z S
Support alarm
m log, operattion log, secu
urity log

6.3.9 Repo
ort manage
ement

z U
User can custtomize reporrts, and creattes reports periodically
p

6.4 NMS
S Netwo
orking

6.4.1 EMS Data Channels

To enssure that the


e EMS can stably
s manag
ge the equipm eliable EMS channels
ment in it, re
must be
b provided for
f the EMS. The EMS channels
c gen
nerally fall into two kinds
s: In-band
EMS channels
c and
d out-band EMS channels
s.

Since the TCP/IP is adopted as


a the transm
mission EMS
S protocol be
etween the EMS
E and
anaged equipment, the only standa
the ma ard for judgin
ng the effecctiveness of the EMS
channe
els is to checck if TCP/IP links are esttablished between the EMS (the EMS server)
and th
he managed
d equipment, whether th
he in-band or
o out-band channels. A simple
method is to use th
he ICMP Ping
g tool to judg
ge so.

6.4.1.1 In-ban
nd EMS

The NetNumen
N U3
31 managess data produ
ucts, these products
p themselves can
n provide
inband
d data chann
nels for EMS
S informatio
on, therefore, the SNMP
P-based man
nagement
information does not
n need the establishme
ent of a DCN
N network, an
nd instead, EMS
E data
ansmitted tog
are tra gether with se
ervice data in
n the same data
d networkk.

Since there is no need


n to estab
blish a specia
al DCN netw
work for the E
EMS, the inba
and EMS
brings low cost and is easy to construct, but
b its stabilitty varies with the reliabillity of the
ment itself be
equipm ecause it use
es the chann
nels provided
d by the equipment. In addition, if

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the network structu


ure is comple
ex with too many
m layers in the case o
of inband EM
MS, many
factorss will affect the
t transmisssion of EMS
S information and may ca
ause the instability of
the EM
MS channels.

S adopts the centralized managemen


Because the EMS nt mode, the
e EMS data of all the
ged equipme
manag ent are conve
erged at the EMS, where
e the data vo
olume is trem
mendous.
Thereffore, we can consider con
nfiguring a sttandalone router in the EMS center to
o transmit
all the EMS data and avoid affe
ecting the ba
ackbone equiipment.

6.4.1.2 Out-b
band EMS

In many applicatio
on cases, sttandalone data channells (outband) are needed
d for the
ment configurations to en
equipm nsure the reliability of the equipment cconfiguration
ns.

The ou
utband mana
agement mode improves
s the reliabilitty of the EMS. Because the EMS
data are transmitte
ed through th
he data network establish
hed by the m
managed equipment in
the casse of using th
he inband ch
hannels, the fault
f informattion will not b
be able to be
e reported
timely and the EMS
S thus canno
ot timely mon
nitor the netw
work and sen
nd personnell to repair
ults when fau
the fau ults occur to some node equipment to
o cause the link break off the data
channe
els. In contra
ast, in the ou
utband mana
agement mod
de, users can log in to ea
ach node
to obsserve the running statuss of the nod
de equipmen
nt and conffigure it to shoot
s the
trouble
es once the network perfformance is found abnorrmal. Since tthe outband channels
are se
eparated from
m the data network,
n the inband man
nagement ch
hannels are mutually
comple
ementary to the outband managem
ment channels to ensure the reliabiliity of the
EMS.

nnels are ge
The outband chan plemented via the existin
enerally imp ng data network, for
ple, the DCN network in the 97 Projec
examp ct. Or the EM
MS can also cconnect the serial
s port
of the managed NE
N via MOD
DEM throug
gh the dialup network tto implemen
nt remote
uration based on man-machine comm
configu mands.

6.4.2 Centrralized Ma
anagemen
nt

The Ne
etNumen U3
31 is an EMS
S constructed
d over the da
ata communication netwo
ork. It can
mainta
ain and mana
age all kindss of network equipment
e in
n a centralize
ed manner in
n a broad
area and
a complexx application
n environme
ent. The ce
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genera
ally used for the netwo
orking, that is, the EMS
S manages plenty of eq
quipment
distribu
uted in the managed
m netw
work in a cen
ntralized man
nner.

In the centralized management


m t mode, the EMS is comp
posed of the
e client and th
he server
he whole ma
and th anaged netw
work has on
nly one servver that exch
hanges man
nagement
information with alll the manag
ged equipme
ent. In contra
ast, there ma
ay be multip
ple clients
and they connect with
w the servver to implem
ment man-ma
achine intera
actions with users
u but
cannott directly con
nnect the equipment. The client conffigurations m
may take the following
two mo
odes: Local client
c and remote client.

z Local client: Both


B ent and the server is loccated in the same LAN and they
the clie
mplement the
im e centralized
d management of the entiire network together.

z R
Remote clien
nt: The clientt is connecte
ed with the server via th
he WAN and
d can be
lo
ocated in the
e remote equ
uipment room
m to manage
e the local e
equipment by
y dividing
m
management domains. Also,
A the re
emote clientt does not directly con
nnect the
m
managed equ
uipment.

The re
emote client networking
n c implement hierarchiccal managem
can ment in the ce
entralized
manag
gement mod
de, as shown
n in Figure 6-4. When the system manages a network
acrosss multiple do
omains, the network is split into several
s subn
nets (genera
ally these
subnetts are divided
d according to the areas or the equip
pment type) a
and all the eq
quipment
in the network are connecte
ed to the upper-level EMS
E to excchange man
nagement
information with the EMS. In th
he upper-leve
el EMS cente
er, administrrators can mo
onitor the
running status of the entire network (in
ncluding sevveral subnetss) through the local
terminals.

wer-level EM
The low MS center forr managing the subnets is extended ffrom the rem
mote client
in the upper-level EMS cente
er to the loc
cal client to monitor the local subne
et. In the
lower-llevel EMS center,
c no EM
MS server is
s configured but there a
are only man
nagement
terminals to exchan
nge manage
ement informa
ation with all the equipme
ent in the loc
cal subnet
e EMS serve
via the er in the up
pper-level EM
MS center. In the EMS server, man
nagement
rights can be se
et according to the ma
anagement area and ccontent, so that the
gement term
manag minals in the lower-level EMS can on
nly access the subnets within its
manag
gement right scope after login to the EMS serverr. The lower--level EMS client
c can

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both monitor
m the network
n throu
ugh graphica
al interactions and output a variety of reports,
so thiss is equivalen
nt to the Man
nager-Agent mode in term
ms of management conte
ent.

When the remote


e client mod
de is used to
t implemen
nt hierarchiccal managem
ment, the
gement rightts of differen
manag nt subnets arre assigned by the uppe
er-level EMS
S and the
data are uniformly maintained by
b the upperr-level EMS, thus ensurin
ng that the up
pper-level
EMS can
c monitor the
t entire nettwork and co
orrect & reliable data are obtained.

Figure 6-4 Centraalized Manageement Mode

nt mode is used to im
Two isssues exist when the remote clien mplement hie
erarchical
manag
gement:

z T server ne
The eeds higher performance
e. Since there is only on
ne EMS serv
ver in the
entire networrk to exchan
nge informatiion with all equipment
e in
n the network, it has
heavy processsing load and
a so its co
onfigurationss must be q
quite high. When
W the
server is faultty, the manag
gement of th
he entire netw
work will be a
affected.

z Itt is necessary to provide e remote clients with


e data transmission channels for the
high bandwidth requireme
ent (at least 2M).
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This part covers th
he following topics:
t

z T
Typical netwo
orking

z N
Networking m
mode

z T
Typical Appliccation Scena
arios

7.1 Typical Nettworking

ZXA10
0 MSAN iss an integrrated subsc
criber servicce access node and provides
broadb
band/narrowband service
es integrated
d access. Th
he whole nettwork is com
mposed of
accesss equipmentt (ZXA10 U3
300), transm
mission equipment (S20
00) and conv
vergence
equipm
ment (ZXA10
0 T600) to fo
orm a whole access laye
er network. F
Figure 7-1 shows the
typical networking of ZXA10 MS
SAN.

0 MSAN netw
ZXA10 working modes are as folllows:

Figure 7-1 ZXA100 MSAN Typical Networking


g

PS
STN
V
V5/E1
ZXA
A10 MSAN
U300 POTS
S

SDH
H/MSTP
ZXA10 M SAN ZXA10 MSAN
T600
0 U300 FAX
X
F
FE/GE

Intternet ZXA10 MSAN


U300
ISDN
N

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7.1.1 Narro
owband Se
ervice Nettworking

There are two mod


des:

z Z
ZXA10 U300
0 connects to
o ZXA10 T6
600 to realizze converge
ence, and th
hen T600
provide V5 intterface connect to PSTN network.

z Z
ZXA10 U300
0 independently provid erface, therrefore can work in
des V5 inte
in
ndependent networking.
n T
That means,, V5 interface
e is directly cconnected with switch
and T600 is not
n needed.

7.1.2 Broad
dband Service Netw
working

Broadb
band service
es convergen
nce via built-in MSTP or ZXA10
Z T600
0 before conn
necting to
router or integrated
d access serrver. There are two transm
mission mea
ans:

z Iff multi service


e transmissio
on equipmen
nt is adopted
d, Ethernet prrovided by MSTP
M can
be directly used to transm
mit broadband
d services.

7.2 Netw
working
g Mode

ZXA10 nd powerful networking capabilities.. Multiple ne


0 MSAN hass flexible an etworking
modess according to user netwo
orking condittions are as follows:
f

z P
Point–to-point

z S
Star

z C
Chain

z R
Ring

z T networking

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7.2.1 Pointt–to-Pointt Networking

Point-tto-point netw
working is ap
pplicable to conditions
c su
uch as long h
haul and out of range
numbe
er allocation.. The transm
mission distance (via opttical cable) w
without a reg
generator
can be
e up to 50 km
m. Figure 7-2
2 shows ZXA
A10 没 MSAN
N point-to-po
oint networkin
ng mode.

Figure 7-2 ZXA100 MSAN Point--to-Point Netw


working

PSTN
P

V5/E1
TS
POT

ZXA10 MSA
AN ZXA10 MSAN
N
U300 FAX
FE/GE T600

Intternet

ISDN

7.2.2 Star Networkin


N ng

Star networking
n is applicable
e when num
mber allocattion is implemented in multiple
directio
ons. Figure 7-3
7 shows th
he ZXA10 MS
SAN star netw
working mod
de.

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Figure 7-3 ZXA100 MSN Star Neetworking

POT
TS

PSTN
P ZXA10 MSAN
Z FAX
X
U300
V5/E1
ISD
DN

PO
OTS

ZXA10 MS
SAN FA
AX
ZXA10 MSAN
FE/GE T600
U300
ISD
DN
Intternet

PO
OTS

FA
AX
ZXA10 MSAN
U300
IS
SDN

7.2.3 Chain
n Network
king

Chain networking is suitable fo


or number allocation with
h cabling on the way (e.g
g. railway
networrks). Figure 7-4
7 shows th
he ZXA10 MS
SAN chain ne
etworking.

Figure 7-4 ZXA100 MSAN Chainn Networking

PS
STN

V5/E1
POT
TS

ZX
XA10 MSAN ZXA10 MSAN ZXA10 MSAN
N
T600 U300 U300 FA
AX
FE/GE

Inte
ernet

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7.2.4 Ring Networkin


ng

The most prominen


nt feature of ring network
king is that it can form a sself healing protection
p
networrk to enhancce safe opera
ation of the network.
n Figure 7-5 show
ws the ZXA1
10 MSAN
ring ne
etworking.

Figure 7-5 ZXA100 MSAN Ring Networking

PS
STN
V
V5/E1
ZXA
A10 MSAN
U300 POTS
S

SDH
H/MSTP
ZXA10 M SAN ZXA10 MSAN
T600
0 U300 FAX
X
F
FE/GE

Intternet ZXA10 MSAN


U300
ISDN
N

7.2.5 T Nettworking

T netw
working imprroves the utilization of network
n reso
ources and g
greatly enha
ances the
networrking capabillities of the network. Figu
ure 7-6 showss the ZXA10 MSAN T ne
etworking.

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Figure 7-6 ZXA100 MSAN T Nettworking

PSTN
V5/E1
ZX
XA10 MSAN
U300 PO
OTS

SD
DH/MSTP
ZXA10 MSAN
M ZXA10 MSA
AN
T60
00 U300 FAX
F
FE/GE

Intternet ZXA10 MSAN


U300
IS
SDN

ZXA10 MSAN
U300

ZXA10 MSAN
U300

7.3 Typical App


plication Scena
arios

7.3.1 Integrated Acc


cess Appliication

ZXA10
0 MSAN is an integrated access platform that de
elivers traditio
onal voice an
nd a host
of broa
adband data
a services to
o subscribers
s over a wire
eline networkk. The ZXA1
10 MSAN
can acccess service
es such as POTS,
P DDN, ISDN, DSL, and IP. Therrefore, carrie
ers do not
have to
t build and
d maintain multiple
m serv
vice networkss. Figure 7--7 shows the
e ZXA10
MSAN
N integrated access
a appliccation.

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Figure 7-7 ZXA100 MSAN Integrrated Access Application


A

In this application, the ZXA10 MSAN


M provid
des:

z P
POTS interface as well as
a ISDN bas
sic rate acce
ess(BRA) an
nd ISDN prim
mary rate
access(PRA).

z A
ADSL/ADSL2
2/ADSL2+ brroadband ne
etwork access as well a
as VDSL brroadband
network access.

z LAN access and


a user leassed line acce
ess.

7.3.2 V5.2 Applicatio


A on

V5.2 protocol
p provided a standard set of protocols from the subscrib
ber to the LE
E. The AN
(or Acccess Networrk) was defined as a reference point. Signalling be
etween this point and
the LE
E was standa
ardised and th
herefore allo
owed a multip
ple vendor so
olution.

The ZX
XA10 MSAN provides a standard
s V5..2 interface to support PS
STN service.

Figure 7-8 shows the


t ZXA10 MSAN
M V5.2 application
a in PSTN netwo
ork.

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Figure 7-8 ZXA100 MSAN V5.2 Application


A in PSTN networrk

ZXA10 MSAN
U300 POTS

PS
STN V5/E1 SD
DH/MSTP

ZX
XA10 MSAN ZXA10 MSAN
U300 FAX
T600

ZXA10 MSAN
Z
U300 ISDN

In thiss application
n, the ZXA10 MSAN is connected to PSTN ne
etwork throu
ugh V5.2
interface. PSTN se
ervices are supported by the Local Exxchange.

7.3.3 User Leased Line Servic


ce Applica
ation

Digital Data Netwo


ork (DDN) provides
p virtu
ually error frree and transparent tran
nsmission
paths in digital ma
anner for app
plications req
quiring high bandwidth a
and being se
ensitive to
delay such
s as inte
erconnecting LAN and Video Confere
ence, and for constructin
ng private
networrks running high
h level pro
otocol.

The ZX
XA10 MSAN
N supports user
u leased line service.. ZXA10 MS
SAN supports
s various
types of
o speed mo
odes, like 2.4
4kbit/s, 4.8kb
bit/s, 9.6kbit/ss, 64kbit/s, N
N×64kb/s, 20
048kbit/s.
ZXA10
0 MSAN sup
pports variou
us kinds of DDN
D interfacces, like V.2
24/V.35/G.70
03.ZXA10
MSAN
N provides E1
1 interface ass uplink interrface to conn
nect to DDN network.

Figure 7-9 shows the


t ZXA10 MSAN
M user le
eased line se ation in DDN network.
ervice applica

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Figure 7-9 ZXA100 MSAN User Leased Line Application


A in DDN network

DDN node

D
2B+D
ZXA10 M SAN
U3000
64K×
N×6
DDN node
E
E1
DDN
D SDH/MST
TP
ZXA10 MSAN ZXA
A10 MSAN
T600 U300
4/V.35/E1×
V.24

ZXA10 MS
SAN
U300
G.SHDSL DDN no
ode

DDN no
ode

In this application,, user leased line user are connected to the ZX


XA10 MSAN
N through
copperr wire or E1 interface. Th
he ZXA10 MSAN provide
es used leassed line serviice to the
user th
hrough DDN network, thiss service inc
cluding:

z IT
TU-T V.35 N×64kb/s (1<N
N<31) digital leased line..

z IT
TU-T G.703 E1 digital lea
ased line.

z T
TDM G.SHDS
SL digital lea
ased line.

z IS
SDN digital le
eased line.

z TU-T V.24 digital leased line.


IT

7.3.4 VLAN
N Applicattion

Virtual Local Area Network (VL


LAN) is a technology tha
at divides a physical netw
work into
al logical (viirtual) Local Area Netw
severa works (LANss).VLAN tech
hnology ena
ables the
networrk administrator to logiccally divide users within a physica
al LAN into different
broadccast domainss (VLANs) ass required. Thus users wiith the same demand are
e grouped
to the same broadcast domain, while those
e with differe
ent demandss are separatted. Each

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VLAN,, like a logiccally indepen


ndent LAN, shares
s the same attributtes as those
e physical
LANs.

Figure 7-10 showss the ZXA10 MSAN VLAN


N application in IP networrk.

Figure 7-10 ZXA1


10 MSAN VL
LAN Applicattion in IP nettwork

NM
MS Telephone P
PC TV
IPT
SS

VLAN 3 VL
LAN 4 VLAN 5
VLAN 2

Intternet IP/MP
IP/MPLS
MPLS SAN
ZXA10 MS
L2
2/L3 VLAN 12
ZXA10 MSAN

VLAN 13 VLAN 14 VL
LAN 15

Viideo Telephone PC IPTV


I

In this application, the networkk contains a large number of users w


who supportt different
types of
o services, such
s as video
o, audio, and
d data. To gu
uarantee use
er information
n security
and diffferentiate se
ervice traffic, the ZXA10 MSAN
M provid
des VLAN fu
unction to isolate layer
2 packkets, to save limited VLAN
N resources on the upstrream device.

7.3.5 QinQ
Q Applicatiion

QinQ, also known as VLAN sta


ack, is a graphic name fo
or the IEEE 802.1Q base
ed tunnel
protocol. The QinQ technolog
gy encapsula
ates the original VLAN tag (inner tag) with
er VLAN tag (outer tag) so
anothe s that the inn
ner tag is ma
asked.

Q application in IP network.
Figure 7-11 showss the ZXA10 MSAN QinQ

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Figure 7-11 ZXA110 MSAN QinQ


Q Application in IP network

NM
MS Telephone P
PC IPTV
SS
VLAN 3002
VLAN 2002
VLAN 1002 PVC 1001 PVC
C 2001 PVC 3001

Intternet IP/MP
IP/MPLS
MPLS SAN
ZXA10 MS
L2
2/L3
ZXA10 MSA
AN
VLAN 1001
VLAN 2001 PVC 1001 PVC 2001 C 3001
PVC

VLAN 3001

Video Telephone PC IPTV

In this application, the ZXA10 MSAN


M suppo
orts multi-PV
VC access, one user uses
s multiple
es, for exam
service mple, surfing on Internett by PC, IPT
TV and VOIP. Carriers definer a
different PVC and
d a different range of VLAN
V IDs fo
or a differentt service. Surfing on
et by VOIP: 1001-2000;
Interne 1 V
VOIP: 2001-3
3000; IPTV: 3001-4000.

The ussers of PVC 1001 and PV


VC 2001 and a provided access to th
d PVC 3001 are he ZXA10
MSAN
N, on which QinQ
Q is enablled. The ZXA
A10 MSAN adds a public VLAN tag to
o the user
packett, and forwarrds the packe
et to the upsttream netwo
ork. The inner VLAN tag is used to
indicatte user inform
mation. The public VLAN
N tag is used to indicate sservice inform
mation or
locatio
on information of the ZXA
A10 MSAN de
evice.

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8 Acrronym
ms and
d Abbrreviatio
ons

Table 8-1 Acronyyms and Abb


breviations

bbreviation
Ab Full Name
N
ADSL Asymm
metrical Digita
al Subscriberr Line

AG Access Gateway

ALC Analog Line Card

AN Access Network

API Application Program


mming Interfa
ace

ATM Asynchronous Transfer Mode

BER Bit Erro


or Ratio

BRI Basic Rate


R Interface
e

BSP Board Support


S Pack
kage

Internattional Consultative Comm


mittee For Te
elephone and
d
CCIT
TT
Telegra
aph
CCS7 No7 Co
ommon Chan
nnel Signaling

CDM
MA Code Division
D Multiple Access

CFI Canoniccal Format In


ndicator

CMIP
P Commo
on Managem
ment Informattion Protocol

CO Central Office

CPE Custom
mer Premises
s Equipment

CPU Center Process Unit

CSI Called Subscriber


S Id
dentification

CSM
M CCS No
o7 Signaling Module

DCN Data Co
ommunicatio
on Network

DDN Digital Data


D Networrk

DHC
CP Dynamiic Host Control Protocol

DIB Digital Interface


I Boa
ard

DLC Digital Line


L Circuit

DMT
T Discrete
e Multi-Tone

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Ab
bbreviation Full Name
N
DSLC
C Digital Subscriber
S Line
L Circuit

DT Digital Trunk
T

DTE Data Te
erminal Equipment

DTM Digital Trunk


T Module

DTMF Dual To
one Multi-Fre
equency

EPM Environ
nment Powerr Monitoring

EPON Etherne
et Passive Optical Netwo
ork

FDM Frequen
ncy Division Multiplexing

FTTB
B Fiber to
o the Building
g

FTTH
H Fiber to
o the Home

HDSL High-sp
peed Digital Subscriber
S L
Line

HW High Way
W

IGMP
P Internett Group Management Pro
otocol

ISDN
N Integratted Service Digital
D Netwo
ork

Internattional Teleco
om Union-Telecommunication
ITU-T
T
standarrdization
LAN Local Area
A Network
k

LE Local Exchange
E

MGC
C Media Gateway
G Con
ntroller

MGC
CP Media Gateway
G Con
ntrol Protoco
ol

MOD
DEM Modulation-Demodu
ulation

MSA
AN Multi-Se
ervice Acces
ss Network

NE Networkk Element

NGN
N Next Ge
eneration Ne
etwork

OAM
M Operation, Administtration & Maiintenance

ODT Octal Digital


D Trunk

OLT Optical Line Terminal

ONU
U Optical Network Unit

OS Operation System

OSS Operation Support Subsystem


S

OW Order Wire
W

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bbreviation Full Name
N
PCM
M Pulse Code
C Modula
ation

PRI Primaryy Rate Interfa


ace

PSPD
DN Packet Switched Pu
ublic Data Ne
etwork

PSTN
N Public Switch
S Telep
phone Netwo
ork

QoS Quality of Service

RTP Real-tim
me Transportt Protocol

SHDSL Single-P
Pair High Dig
gital Subscrib
ber Line

SLC Subscriiber Line Circ


cuit

SNI Service
e Network Intterface

SPC Stored Program Control

SS SoftSwiitch

SYC Synchro
onization Co
ontrol

TCI Tag Co
ontrol Informa
ation

TMS Tornado
o for Manage
ed Switches

ToS Type off Service

TPID
D Tag Pro
otocol Identiffier

TSLC
C Test Su
ubscriber Line Card

UNI User Ne
etwork Interfface

VDSL Very High Speed Digital Subscrriber Line

VOD Video On
O Demand

VoIP
P Voice over
o Internet Protocol

VPN Virtual Private


P Netw
work

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