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ETX-203AX-LTE

Use Cases and Product Introduction


Gal Adler
Product Line Manager
Challenges and Drivers

• L2 service are typically offered over L2 VPN


• Out-of-footprint coverage is achieved by means of whole selling bandwidth
• The challenges:
– Long time to establish connection to new locations
– Cost of leasing wholesale bandwidth
– Complexity of setting agreements with different wholesalers
– Cost of backup channels
– Competition with “over the top” services enhances the cost pressure

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Ethernet over LTE/Broadband use cases
Deliver Ethernet Backup Ethernet Backup Load sharing
services over LTE fiber service Management over Broadband
or Broadband using LTE/BB over LTE or LTE

Extend Improve
Reduce truck
Network network Increase BW
rolls
Coverage availability

Reduce TTM
for new Reduce costs
services

Reduce costs

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The Solution - Ethernet Services over BB/LTE
LTE

Branch Office
Gateway
Customer Customer HQ
Network
Broadband
ETX-203AX/LTE ETX
Ethernet Customer
Network
Network UNI

Ethernet
Access

• Added values and benefits:


– Shorter TTM - fast provisioning of L2 services in “out of reach” locations
– Cost optimization – optimizes service cost with load sharing
• High CoS on Ethernet Access
• Low CoS on LTE and Broadband
– Service reliability and customer satisfaction - cost effective backup for management and service

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Ethernet Services over BB/LTE with ETX
LTE

Branch Office
Gateway
Customer Customer HQ
Network
Broadband
ETX-203AX/LTE ETX
Ethernet Customer
Network
Network UNI

Ethernet
Access

L2 Tunneling over IPSec/GRE L2 Network

Expanded CE 2.0 Retail Services

• Implementation
– Configure “regular” L2 services in ETX-203AX
– Establish secured tunnel from ETX-203AX to BB gateway (SP and Enterprise domain)
– Backup service on end-to-end basis
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The BB/LTE Gateway
LTE

Branch Office
Gateway
Customer Customer HQ
Network
Broadband
ETX-203AX/LTE ETX
Ethernet Customer
Network
Network UNI

Ethernet
Access

L2 Tunneling over IPSec/GRE

• Single GW terminates multiple L2 Tunnels over the BB/LTE networks with no geographical
limitations
• SP would typically install it in any POP
• Enterprise customer can install it in datacenter or HQ
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Services Protection over BB/LTE
LTE

Branch Office
Gateway
Customer Customer HQ
Network
Broadband
ETX-203AX/LTE ETX
Ethernet Customer
Network
Network UNI

Ethernet
Access

• 1:1 End-to-end protection at service level (VLAN or VLAN group)


• Established between any pair of WAN interfaces (Ethernet VPN, BB or LTE)
• Failure detection by means of HW based OAM, capable of sub 50msec protection

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Typical Use Cases

• Extending L2 service - Quickly extend an existing L2 service to new, out of


reach locations (remote branch offices)
• Backup customer traffic over public internet or LTE
• Backup management over LTE
• Cost optimization by splitting service between Service-Assured VPN and “Best-
Effort” BB/LTE
• Combination of any of the above

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ETX-203AX-LTE Specifications
• Ordering options:
– ETX-203AX-LTE with LTE and Internet-WAN port
– ETX-203AX-BB with broadband Internet only
(without LTE modem)
• Interfaces:
– 5x GbE ports :
• 1x Network (SFP), 1x Network/User (SFP or RJ-45)
• 3xUser (SFP or RJ-45)
– Integrated LTE modem:
• US , EMEA and Australia/New Zealand/Taiwan/Brazil options Feature highlights:
• L2 tunneling with GRE
• LTE CAT 4 with 3G fallback • IPSEC
• Hardware: • Global LTE coverage
– ½ 19” metal enclosure
– Wide range AC/DC power supply
Availability:
• Jan 19: L2 over LTE or
– SIM card slot (front access) Broadband
– Dual external antenna
– 0-50C operation temp (fanless)
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LTE specifications

Ordering Specification
Data Rates
Code
L1 EMEA/Korea/Thailand • LTE:
LTE FDD: B1/B3/B5/B7/B8/B20 – LTE FDD: Max 150Mbps (DL)/Max 50Mbps (UL)
LTE TDD: B38/B40/B41 – LTE TDD: Max 130Mbps (DL)/Max 35Mbps (UL)
WCDMA: B1/B5/B8 • UMTS:
GSM: B3/B8 – DC-HSDPA: Max 42Mbps (DL)
L2 North America (AT&T) – HSUPA: Max 5.76Mbps (UL)
LTE FDD: B2/B4/B12 – WCDMA: Max 384Kbps (DL)/Max 384Kbps (UL)
WCDMA: B2/B4/B5 • GSM:
L3 Australia/New Zealand/Taiwan/Brazil – EDGE: Max 296Kbps (DL)/Max 236.8Kbps (UL)
LTE FDD: B1/B2/B3/B4/B5/B7/B8/B28 – GPRS: Max 107Kbps (DL)/Max 85.6Kbps (UL)
LTE TDD: B40
WCDMA: B1/B2/B5/B8
GSM: B2/B3/B5/B8

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Thank
you
For your attention