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Alcatel 1662 SMC

STM-16 Compact Optical Multiservice Node

Alcatel 1662 SMC STM-16 Compact Optical Multiservice Node The Alcatel 1662 SMC Optical Multiservice Node (OMSN)

The Alcatel 1662 SMC Optical Multiservice Node (OMSN) is a compact, next-generation, multiservice SDH building block for metropolitan networks, providing unmatched performance for its size and service mix capabilities.

The 1662 SMC addresses metro edge and metro access applications, offering a transport platform with integrated packet functions to support rev- enues from multiple broadband services such as:

> Triple play > Private line and Ethernet virtual private LAN service (VPLS) business services > Mobile aggregation > Transport and lambda services

Compact 2.5G Multiservice Transport Platform for Metro Access

Future-proof metropolitan networks must support today’s access infrastructures at high bit rates, and be highly reliable and able to adapt flexibly to evolving data traffic patterns. Service providers require scalable optical metro platforms that can profitably deliver new broadband data services, and, at the same time, keep supporting cash

revenues from traditional voice and leased-line services. The highly resilient capacity of SDH technology, together with the integration of data- aware functionality — ATM and metro Ethernet packet ring switching capabilities based on multiprotocol label switching (MPLS) — make the Alcatel 1662 SMC a compact, cost-effective multitechnology node. The 1662 SMC is ideally targeted for optical metro applications, where size, infrastructure costs, reliability, and new, differentiating data services play the winning role in service providers’ business.

The Alcatel 1662 SMC is a compact multiservice provisioning platform (MSPP) at 2.5 G that builds next-generation SDH metro transport networks. The 1662 SMC provides a single-shelf solution that integrates high-class transport functions — SDH cross-connect and CWDM add/drop func- tionality — together with carrier-class Layer 2 packet/cell switching functions — Ethernet, MPLS, resilient packet ring (RPR), and ATM — to support new broadband services such as triple play and video distribution, Ethernet virtual private net- work (VPN), and 3G mobile aggregation services.

Alcatel’s OMSNs provide world-class, next-generation SDH functionality and capacity through aggregation of broadband multi-protocol traffic patterns. Designed for both metro and core applications, the OMSN product family offers telecom carriers and service providers a powerful solution for building intelligent optical networks and achieving the optimal balance between new competitive service offerings and traditional revenue-generating services.

Alcatel 1662 SMC STM-16 Compact Optical Multiservice Node The Alcatel 1662 SMC Optical Multiservice Node (OMSN)
Alcatel 1662 SMC STM-16 Compact Optical Multiservice Node The Alcatel 1662 SMC Optical Multiservice Node (OMSN)

Alcatel 1662 SMC | STM-16 Compact OMSN

In Line with Customer Demands for Broadband Services

The Alcatel 1662 SMC expands the OMSN product family by introducing a compact solution for STM-4/STM-16 applications with enhanced multitraffic drop capabilities — ideally suited for metro access networks.

Dense, Carrier-Class, Data-Oriented Transport

The Alcatel 1662 SMC is based on dual STM-4 or STM-16 line interfaces, a 32 x 32 or 64 x 64 fully non-blocking high-order/ low-order SDH matrix, with clock reference and equipment control functions, all concentrated in a 1-slot wide compact ADM card, optionally 1+1 protected.

The Alcatel 1662 SMC features all stan- dard PDH and SDH interfaces from 2 Mb/s to 2.5 Gb/s, including colored STM-16, transponders, and CWDM OADM mux/ demux functions. In addition, it features carrier-class data blades called Integrated Service Adapters (ISAs) that support native packet/cell processing of any mixture of MPLS-enabled Ethernet/RPR and ATM traffic with strict quality of service (QoS) guarantees.

The single-shelf system provides up to six STM-16 interfaces for 2.5 Gb/s ring interconnection. Colored STM-16 inter- faces can be used for direct interworking with DWDM systems at lower cost.

The equipment shelf has three parts: an area for up to eight I/O boards and two compact ADM cards, and two areas for additional I/O access boards for maxi- mum traffic density and flexibility. The

system can be configured as an STM-16 ADM with a termination capacity of up to 504 x 2 Mb drop, or as an STM-16 mini cross-connect with up to 32 x STM-1 tributaries, which can be used to link optical access nodes (Alcatel 1642 EMC or Alcatel 1640 FOX) to large access networks.

Multiple subnetwork connection pro- tection (SNCP) rings (up to 16 STM-1 rings) can be terminated within the same node.

The SDH cross-connect capacity provides full connectivity at all VC layers for any possible configuration. STM-1, STM-4, and STM-16 interfaces are mounted on plug-in modules that allow a flexible combination of electrical and optical ports (any short- or long-haul type) in the same unit.

Figure 1 - Broadband Service Management in Alcatel 1662 SMC

Services

Service QoS

Packet Bandwidth Management

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The Alcatel 1662 SMC has a symmetrical architecture, allowing its application as a terminal multiplexer, ADM, or mini cross-connect in spur, multiple-ring, or mesh topologies. All traffic ports (PDH, Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet [GigE] or SDH) of the same type have the same functionality and behavior and there is no inherent split between tributaries and aggregates. This means that it is possible to cross-connect all traffic ports at all VC levels.

The Alcatel 1662 SMC is the ideal solu- tion as a multiservice transport node also due to its resiliency features. In terms of hardware, maximum reliability is achieved by a 1+1 hot stand-by protection mechanism for all common parts and electrical tributary ports. Power supply protection is inherent, as the DC/DC conversion function is distributed on each card.

For traffic protection, single-ended linear multiplex section protection (MSP) and SNCP, with the drop-and-continue function, are provided for improved traffic availability. The Alcatel 1662 SMC is able to manage multiple STM-1, STM4, or STM-16 SNCP rings, and up to 2 x 2 fiber STM-16 multiplex section — shared protection rings (MS-SPRings).

Collapsed single- and dual-node interconnection is supported for cost- efficient closure and interconnection of multiple rings.

Powered by ISA plug-in blades, the Alcatel 1662 SMC expands its capabilities to become an intelligent multiservice transport platform for data-oriented applications such as Ethernet and ATM.

The Alcatel 1662 SMC OMSN paves the way to building unique optical network infrastructures that support optimized transport and integrated networking functions for data applications — metro Ethernet, and Universal Mobile Telecom- munications System (UMTS) transport networks, among others.

The OMSN family consolidates the extensive experience gathered by Alcatel in optical networks through hundreds of thousands of installations worldwide.

Multiservice Metro Applications

Today flexibility also means the ability to deal effectively with data traffic patterns. The Alcatel 1662 SMC offers operators the ability to deliver several different types of multiprotocol services for the best balance between new broad- band data services and high-margin traditional voice and leased-line services.

The Alcatel 1662 SMC can be equipped with ISA blades that perform data switch- ing at ATM, Ethernet, MPLS, and packet ring levels. The extensive range of ISA data engines enables operators and service providers to cope with current and future broadband traffic needs over

transport networks by enabling multiple-layer convergence in a single node. ISA plug-in blades can be placed in new or previously installed Alcatel 1662 SMCs as add-ons — where and when needed. These blades optimize bandwidth management and reduce both transport infrastructure costs and time-to-market for the introduction of new data services in the network, ultimately reducing both CAPEX and OPEX.

The traffic originated and terminated by customer interfaces can be processed by the ISA-ATM or ISA-Packet Ring (PR) switching modules for optimal aggrega- tion and delivery of broadband data services, such as 3G mobile aggregation, Ethernet VPLS, and triple play services, with strict QoS and SLA controls.

ATM Backhauling and 3G Mobile Aggregation

New broadband data applications must rely on an optimized transport network architecture capable of processing data traffic flows at native level. The 3G mobile aggregation application is a key example of how service providers can benefit from the ATM switching integrated into the 1662 SMC.

Optimization of network resources for backhauling is important to mobile operators, enabling them to save costs either in operating their own network or in leasing fewer lines from another

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carrier. The multiservice capability of the Alcatel 1662 SMC equipped with the ISA-ATM blades offers mobile operators a cost-effective solution for 3G mobile aggregation in the UMTS terrestrial radio access network (UTRAN). Traditional backhauling of UMTS traffic in the access network is realized using several low-rate leased lines (typically multiples of 2 Mb/s) to collect traffic from the access devices (Node Bs) using SDH transport nodes. This approach does not usually optimize transport efficiency in the access network — it results in under-utilized lines and shifts the complexity toward the UMTS radio network controller (RNC) at the edge of the network. ISA-ATM switching blades

can consolidate ATM traffic collected from different Node B access devices onto shared SDH VC resources in STM-n rings, and switch the VP/VC ATM traffic into the network with QoS support at UBR, VBR or CBR levels.

for ATM aggregation in the access network, close to the access devices, where the ubiquitous transport network is always available and the cost of expanding the ATM core toward the access is generally higher.

In this way, mobile service providers can take advantage of the distributed ATM switching functionality in the 1662 SMC to dramatically increase the effi- ciency of transport network resources by natively aggregating paying traffic right in the access network. Moreover, the concept of a distributed ATM switching functionality integrated into multiservice SDH transport nodes helps service providers reduce costs

Integrated ATM Switching in the Metro Access Network

Different ATM blades are available for the Alcatel 1662 SMC according to specific capacity and feature needs, ranging from 600 Mb/s to 1.2 Gb/s per blade. Multiple blades can be hosted in the equipment to increase capacity, and 1+1 protection groups are supported. The ATM cards use physical ports located in traffic modules equipped

Figure 2 - 3G Mobile Aggregation

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in the OMSN node (PDH or SDH) to switch the relevant payloads at ATM level. Up to 252 ATM logical ports can be configured for each ATM switching blade, allowing the aggregation of several low-rate 2 Mb/s ATM flows into higher-rate payloads. ATM ports support point-to-point and point-to-multipoint PVCs (also called hard-PVCs) and soft PVC connections, with VPC/VCC switch- ing and cross-connection capabilities, as well as PNNI signaling support. Inverse multiplexing over ATM (IMA) is also supported to enable link aggregation functions at the UNI/NNI level.

Traffic policing, shaping, and congestion control management features are

supported to enable a wide range of ATM traffic contracts including UBR, UBR+, CBR, VBR-rt/ nrt, and GFR.2.

For increased service manageability, ATM OA&M capabilities provide end-to- end fault management and performance monitoring.

Ethernet VPNs and Triple Play Services

The Alcatel 1662 SMC enables new, highly available Layer 2 Ethernet service delivery in the metro network through its MPLS- enabled Ethernet and RPR technology.

With the Alcatel 1662 SMC, service providers can enhance their service

offerings to include:

> Ethernet VPN point-to-point and multipoint services such as E-line/virtual leased line (VLL) and E-LAN/VPLS > Ethernet aggregation services > Internet broadband access aggregation and IP-VPN service extension for business customers > Triple play broadband services for residential customers

Together with the Alcatel 1660 SM, the 1662 SMC is a key building block in Alcatel’s Broadband Aggregation for Triple Play Services solution, providing a cost-optimized service delivery infra- structure that can seamlessly scale to

Figure 3 - Ethernet VPN Services Access Metro Aggregation IP/MPLS Applications Branch Office FE/GigE High-Speed Internet
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support triple play service rollouts. This solution offers an Ethernet-centric ser- vice infrastructure across the first and second mile that allows network operators to progressively integrate their high-speed Internet (HSI), voice, and video services within a unified and homogeneous environment. This capability enables streamlined operations and significant improvements in CAPEX and OPEX, without affecting service levels for existing services.

The Alcatel 1662 SMC offers a distributed Layer 2 switching architecture in each node of the aggregation network, and

makes the network carrier grade by complementing it with transport- oriented technologies such as MPLS, RPR, SDH, and CWDM. These technolo- gies allow tunnels (label switched paths, virtual containers, wavelengths) to be set up through the network to transport Ethernet packets over the aggregation network, and provide:

> Scalability through traffic flow segregation, making the engineering of the traffic more efficient > Availability by provisioning protection paths in order to restore the traffic in less than 50 ms in case of failure

In addition to the benefits of reliable SDH transport, the Alcatel 1662 SMC integrates RPR- and MPLS-based func- tions to efficiently deliver Ethernet-based traffic and ensure SLA requirements are met at the packet level. This integrated Ethernet/MPLS aggregation solution offers the flexibility to handle complex service differentiation and SLA-based service offerings according to the end- use applications.

The Alcatel 1662 SMC builds on two series of ISA Layer 2 blades to enable Ethernet services:

> ISA-Ethernet Switch (ES) > ISA- Packet Ring (PR)

Figure 4 - Broadband Aggregation for Triple Play Access Metro Aggregation IP/MPLS Applications High-Speed Internet Home
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QoS Support

The Alcatel 1662 SMC provides a cost- effective solution for building multiservice aggregation infrastructures that are scalable, reliable, and capable of per- service SLA/QoS support:

> Scalable service delivery based on VLAN, Q-in-Q, or MPLS technologies, extended by efficient SDH bandwidth management capabilities > Sub-50 ms service resilience based on both SDH and Layer 2 technolo- gies such as packet ring > Per-flow, SLA guarantees > Per-flow management of service quality and performance to support the most stringent SLA requirements

Per-service SLA guarantees offer accu- rate bandwidth profiles according to different customers’ applications, to create a measurable, differentiated Ethernet service portfolio and increase service profitability by ensuring QoS- specified Ethernet service delivery in any network condition (faults, congestion).

The ISA-ES and ISA-PR blades of the Alcatel 1662 SMC allow service providers to deliver more than just Ethernet connectivity service over the optical metro infrastructure. These modules enable operators to move up the value chain to offer new revenue- generating services demanded by both business and residential users.

MPLS-Enabled Resilient Packet Ring Blades

The Alcatel 1662 SMC offers an MPLS-based RPR platform to deliver carrier-class, profitable Ethernet services to service providers. ISA-PR blades can be integrated into the node to provide a cost-effective solution for implementing resilient metro Ethernet networks for access and aggregation. The ISA-PR blade is a Layer 2, MPLS- based statistical packet switch with Ethernet and GigE interfaces that operates an RPR transported over multiple STM-4 standard interfaces.

The 1662 SMC enables profitable, stan- dardized metro Ethernet services over MPLS-based RPR technology to deliver sub-50 ms service availability within the aggregation ring. Dual attach technology extends end-to-end SLA guarantees over multiring metro access architectures.

MPLS-Enabled Ethernet Switch Blades

ISA-ES series modules can be hosted in the Alcatel 1662 SMC to enable carrier- class Ethernet VPN and aggregation services in the metro network.

As well as mapping Ethernet customer flows onto SDH network resources through standardized mechanisms such as GFP/LAPS, VCAT, and LCAS, the ISA- ES series cards introduce wire-speed

classification, policing, and scheduling capabilities on a carrier-class Ethernet switching blade.

Per-customer traffic flow management with low-bandwidth granularity, traffic segregation, and a per-flow QoS mechanism are supported to enable service-oriented Ethernet networking.

Three different blade options are available, according to required capacity and features, to provide the best, cost- optimized Ethernet solution for different networking applications:

> ISA-ES1, offering 8 x FE electrical/ optical ports on board, providing 155 Mb/s back-panel capacity and featuring GFP, VCAT, LCAS, and VLAN/Q-in-Q with QoS support ISA-ES4, offering 8 x FE + 1 x GigE ports on board, providing 622 Mb/s back-panel capacity and featuring GFP, VCAT, LCAS, and VLAN/Q-in-Q with QoS support > ISA-ES16, offering 4 x GigE or 14 x FE ports on its access board, providing 2.5 Gb/s back-panel capacity and featuring GFP, VCAT, LCAS, VLAN/ Q-in-Q, and MPLS with QoS support

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Optimizing Network Infrastructure

Transmission networks are more and more dominated by data traffic. The Alcatel 1662 SMC offers integrated data- aware capabilities that help improve bandwidth utilization and network dimensioning. The Alcatel 1662 SMC acts as an ideal multiprotocol transport node, allowing consolidation of different traffic patterns (TDM, ATM, IP, Ethernet, packet ring) onto shared SDH VCs, while performing traffic control functions such as shaping and policing, which are vital to avoid network congestion and provide QoS.

By grooming the traffic from different data users into common SDH VCs as close to the traffic sources as possible, network operators can optimize band- width utilization, overcoming the rigidity inherent in the discrete bit rates offered by SDH, and delaying investment for network upgrades. The Alcatel 1662 SMC’s integrated ISA plug-in blades enable this goal without extra costs for dedicated external equipment.

Moreover, the Alcatel 1662 SMC demon- strates outstanding performance when used as a building block in access and edge metro rings, where traffic coming

from different clients can be consolidated into common SDH transport resources using cell- or packet-based statistical multiplexing. Network operators reap the following benefits:

> Optimization of bandwidth utilization for more revenue-generating services > Minimization of interconnection costs to external data equipment, and ultimately reduced investments for network upgrades

The ability to upgrade the Alcatel 1662 SMC easily with ISA plug-in data engines dramatically reduces the time- to-market for providing new data services on the existing infrastructure, helping customers to invest only where and when needs for new services arise.

Optimizing Operation

The Alcatel 1662 SMC shares most of its replaceable units (common parts and traffic cards) with the rest of the OMSN family. This flexibility allows carriers to minimize the impact of spare holding and personnel training for immediate benefits in terms of investment reduction and lower network operation costs. Moreover, the absence of processors on most traffic boards allows reuse of available in-stock cards and ensures quick and easy in-service upgrades.

All management information — configuration, performance monitoring, alarms, security — is available through a local craft terminal and through the Q- interface to the Alcatel 1350 manage- ment suite, which offers management functions with the same “look and feel” for all members of the OMSN family.

End-to-End Service Manageability

Like all other OMSN products, the multiservice capabilities of the Alcatel 1662 SMC are managed end-to-end by the proven, carrier-class Alcatel 1350 management suite. The Alcatel 1350 supports the management functions for both transport and packet functionalities that are featured on the Alcatel 1662 SMC, including service provisioning, monitoring, and troubleshooting, from fixed-QoS TDM services to differentiated- QoS Ethernet VPN and triple play services.

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Technical Summary

Applications > Next-generation, SDH MSPP

> Terminal multiplexer, add/drop multiplexer or mini cross-connect in protected or unpro- tected linear links, multiple rings or mesh networks

> Multiservice metro access/edge context > Stacked and subtended rings > Single ber working > Broadband aggregation (triple play, Ethernet VPNs, 3G mobile)

Interfaces

> Network interfaces: compact ADM function with 2 x STM-1, 2 x STM-4 or 1 x STM-16, all supporting EPS 1+1

> Customer interfaces (up to 8 slots available):

63 x 2 Mb/s (ISDN PRA and re-timing function) 3 x 34/45 Mb/s switchable 4 x 140 Mb/s/STM-1 switchable 4 x STM-1 (electrical, S-1.1, L-1.1, L-1.2,

L-1.2JE)

8 x STM-1 optical SFP/electrical (access board) 1 x STM-4 (S-4.1, L-4.1, L-4.2, L-4.2JE) 2 x STM-4 optical SFP 1 x STM-16 (I-16.1, S-16.1, L-16.1, L-16.2, L-16.2JE2/3) 1 x L-16.2 colored optics C/DWDM double multirate transponder integrated booster +10dB/+15dB/+17dB up to 14 x Ethernet 10/100Base-T per ISA blade up to 8 x Ethernet 10/100Base-FX per ISA blade up to 4 x GigE Base-SX/LX per ISA blade

Connectivity

> 32 x 32 (HO/LO) or 96 x 96 (HO)/64 x 64 (LO) STM-1 equivalent full non-blocking SDH fabric in all congurations

> Unidirectional, bidirectional, multicast (drop-and-continue), broadcast SDH connections > Line and VC loopbacks > Virtual and contiguous concatenation > 1- or 2-channel CWDM OADM function

> 8-channel CWDM mux/demux function > Embedded ATM star, ring, mesh topologies

> Embedded Ethernet/MPLS star, ring, mesh topologies

> Embedded Ethernet/RPR multiring topologies

Equipment Protection > Matrix, control and synchronization EPS 1+1 > 63 x 2 Mb/s EPS N+1 (2 x max N=3) > 3 x 34/45 Mb/s EPS N+1 (max N=7) > 4 x STM-1e EPS N+1 (max N=7) > 8 x STM-1e EPS N+1 (max N=7)

Network Protection

Transport

> Linear single/dual-ended 1+1 APS @

STM-1/4/16

> Linear dual-ended N+1 APS @ STM-1 > SNCP/I, SNCP/N > SNCP drop-and-continue > 2 x 2 ber MS-SPRing @ STM-16 > Collapsed single-node ring interconnection > Collapsed dual-node ring interconnection

Packet

> Resilient packet ring > Dual attach (packet ring interconnection)

Monitoring > Performance monitoring according to G.784, G.826, G.821 > Path overhead monitoring (POM) on all VCs > Tandem connection monitoring (TCM) > Ethernet performance monitoring counters (port/aggregate/ow, incoming/outgoing)

Synchronization

> Internal oscillator ±4.6 ppm > Holdover drift ±0.37 ppm per day > External sources: STM-n/2 Mb/s ports, 1 external 2 MHz/2 Mb/s output > Priority and quality (SSM) synchronization algorithms

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Data Blades (ISA)

ATM

> 600 Mb/s and 1.2 Gb/s cell switch with optional STM-1 access on board

> Equipment protection 1+1 > VPC/VCC switch/cross-connect > Hard/soft PVC connections (PNNI) > Point-to-point/multipoint from E1 up to VC4-4c payloads > Up to 252 ATM logical ports > IMA support (max 126 groups/32 links) > Policing, shaping, congestion management > CBR, UBR, UBR+, VBR-rt/nrt, GFR ATM trafc contracts > ATM OAM

ES1

> 1 Gb/s throughput > 155 Mb/s back-panel capacity > 8 x Ethernet 10/100Base-T/FX > GFP-F/LAPS, VCAT, LCAS > VC-12/VC-3/VC-4 terminations > VCGroups (max 8 @ 21/2/1) > Classication/forwarding per port, MAC DA 802.3, C-VLAN/S-VLAN, 802.1p > Ethernet multicast > Q-in-Q (802.1Q/ad) > QoS 802.1p > STP/RSPT (802.1d/w/s) > Ethernet performance counters per port/aggregate/ow, incoming/outgoing > E-line, E-LAN, Ethernet aggregation services

ES4

> 2.5 Gb/s throughput > 622 Mb/s back-panel capacity > 1 x GigE (SFP), 8 x Ethernet 10/100Base-T > GFP-F/LAPS, VCAT, LCAS > VC-12/VC-3/VC-4 terminations > VCGroups (max 16 @ 63/12/4) > Classication/forwarding per port, MAC DA 802.3, C-VLAN/S-VLAN, 802.1p > Ethernet multicast > Q-in-Q (802.1Q/ad) > QoS 802.1p > STP/RSPT (802.1d/w/s) > Ethernet performance counters per port/aggregate/ow, incoming/outgoing > E-line, E-LAN, Ethernet aggregation services

ES16

> 4.5 Gb/s throughput > 2.5 Gb/s back-panel capacity > 4 x GigE (SFP), 14 x Ethernet 10/100Base-T > GFP-F/LAPS, VCAT, LCAS > VC-12/VC-3/VC-4 terminations > VCGroups (max 64 @ 63/12/16) > Classication/forwarding per port, MAC DA 802.3, C-VLAN/S-VLAN, 802.1p, MPLS label switching (pseudowire/tunnel) & MPLS exp bits > Ethernet and MPLS multicast > Martini encapsulation > Q-in-Q (802.1Q/ad) > QoS 802.1p, MPLS > CoS guaranteed, regulated, best effort > Policing dual rate token bucket, metering, marking, CIR/CBS, EIR/EBS, dropping (OOP) > Scheduling HOL, weighted-decit round robin > Congestion Avoidance W-RED per queue > STP/RSPT (802.1d/w/s) > Ethernet and MPLS performance counters per port/aggregate/ow, incoming/outgoing > E-line/VLL, E-LAN/VPLS, Ethernet aggregation services

ISA-PR

> 6.4 Gb/s throughput capacity > Quad STM-4/OC12 trunk interfaces (East + West) > 4 x GigE (SFP), 32 x Ethernet 10/100Base-T > Packet ring capacity VC-4-nv (v=4.8) > Classication/forwarding per port, MAC DA 802.3, C-VLAN/S-VLAN, 802.1p, MPLS label switching and MPLS exp bits, IP-TOS > Ethernet and MPLS multicast > Martini encapsulation > QoS 802.1p, MPLS > CoS guaranteed, regulated, best effort > Packet ring protection (<50 ms) via wrapping > Multiring dual attach fast protection > Policing, metering, marking, CIR/CBS, EIR/EBS, dropping > Scheduling > Congestion avoidance > Fairness > STP/RSPT (802.1d/w/s) > Ethernet and MPLS performance counters per port/aggregate/ow, incoming/outgoing > E-line/VLL, E-LAN/VPLS, Ethernet aggregation services

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Power > Station battery: -48 to -60 V DC > Power consumption: 200 W (typical)

Mechanical Specifications

Sub-rack

> Height: 390 mm (15.4 in.) > Width: 470 mm (18.5 in.)

> Depth: 250 mm

Rack

(9.8 in.)

> Height: 2,200 mm (86.6 in.) > Width: 600 mm (23.6 in.) > Depth: 300 mm (11.8 in.)

Environment > Operating conditions: ETS 300 019, class 3.2 > Storage conditions: ETS 300 019, class 1.2 > Transportation conditions: ETS 300 019, class 2.2 > ESD/EMC: ETS 300 386, Telecommunications Center

Operation > CMISE craft terminal through TIA/EIA-232 at 38.4 kb/s > Network management access through QB3 interface or Qecc G.784 > Local and remote software download > Remote inventory > Housekeeping: 6 inputs + 2 outputs

> Auxiliary channels: EOW, 2 x 64 kb/s G.703, 2 x TIA/EIA-232, 2 x V.11, 1 x 2 Mb/s G.703

Standards

> In compliance with all the latest relevant ITU-T (including ITU G.7041, ITU G.7042, and ITU G.707), ATM Forum, IETF, and IEEE standards.

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