SIEPON Alignment withBroadband Forum Requirements                  q            EPON Workshop        Prague – April 20 201...
BBF DomainBBF Mission StatementWe develop multi-service broadband packet networking specifications addressinginteroperabil...
BBF DomainBBF Mission StatementWe develop multi-service broadband packet networking specifications addressinginteroperabil...
BBF Domain             Aggregation             A      ti     Access                           A                           ...
BBF Domain                                Aggregation                                A      ti        Access              ...
TR-101, Migration to Ethernet-Based Broadband Aggregation                             TR-101 contains specifications for  ...
TR-200, Using EPON in the Context of TR-101    “EPON Access”                                                             T...
TR-200, Using EPON in the Context of TR-101    “EPON Aggregation”                                        TR-200 contains s...
TR-200, Using EPON in the Context of TR-101EPON Data Path (EDP)An EPON Data Path is a traffic bearing object within an EPO...
TR-200, Using EPON in the Context of TR-101EPON Data Path (EDP)An EPON Data Path is a traffic bearing object within an EPO...
A Modern EPON ONU SoCMultiple PON Interfaces               Synchronization Transport                Standards             ...
SIEPON OLT Reference Architecture (Figure 5.7)                                                 12
SIEPON ONU Reference Architecture: sL-ONU (Figure 5.3)                                                    13
Definition of EDPs (Appendix 7A)     Figure 7A-4: Provisioning of multiple EDPs using the Service-SLA mode                ...
TR-200, Using EPON in the Context of TR-101EPON Data Path (EDP)An EPON Data Path is a traffic bearing object within an EPO...
ONU Reference Architecture: mL-ONU (Figure 5.4)                                                  16
Definition of EDPs (Appendix 7A)   Figure 7A-5: Provisioning of multiple EDPs using the Multiple-Line-ONUs mode           ...
TR-200, Using EPON in the Context of TR-101EPON Data Path (EDP)An EPON Data Path is a traffic bearing object within an EPO...
Summary The P1904.1 SIEPON standard maps current BBF service-layer functionality onto an  abstract model containing suffi...
Summary The P1904.1 SIEPON standard maps current BBF service-layer functionality onto an  abstract model containing suffi...
Summary The P1904.1 SIEPON standard maps current BBF service-layer functionality onto an  abstract model containing suffi...
Summary The P1904.1 SIEPON standard maps current BBF service-layer functionality onto an  abstract model containing suffi...
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SIEPON Alignment with Broadband Forum Requirements

  1. 1. SIEPON Alignment withBroadband Forum Requirements q EPON Workshop Prague – April 20 2012 20, Lowell Lamb, Broadcom Corporation p lowell.lamb@broadcom.com IEEE P1904.1 SIEPON WG 1
  2. 2. BBF DomainBBF Mission StatementWe develop multi-service broadband packet networking specifications addressinginteroperability, architecture and management. Our work enables home, business andconverged broadband services, encompassing customer, access and backbone networks. www.broadband-forum.org 2
  3. 3. BBF DomainBBF Mission StatementWe develop multi-service broadband packet networking specifications addressinginteroperability, architecture and management. Our work enables home, business andconverged broadband services, encompassing customer, access and backbone networks. www.broadband-forum.org 3
  4. 4. BBF Domain Aggregation A ti Access A EPON We are here. 4
  5. 5. BBF Domain Aggregation A ti Access A EPON We are here. TR-101 – Migration to Ethernet-Based Broadband Aggregation TR-200 – Using EPON in the Context of TR-101 5
  6. 6. TR-101, Migration to Ethernet-Based Broadband Aggregation TR-101 contains specifications for these network elements V U 6
  7. 7. TR-200, Using EPON in the Context of TR-101 “EPON Access” TR-200 contains specifications for these network elements Regional Broadband g Access Network Network NSP1 Ethernet /BNG L2TP Access Node NSP2 L2TS User1 IP - QoS Ethernet NSP3 BNG OLT ODN ONU RG Aggregation IP T User2 IP - QoS Customer Premises ASP1 Network A10 V V S/R R/S U U RAN 7
  8. 8. TR-200, Using EPON in the Context of TR-101 “EPON Aggregation” TR-200 contains specifications for these network elements ONU Ethernet Entity Switch OLT Ethernet V U Aggregation ONU DLSAM Entity V U 8
  9. 9. TR-200, Using EPON in the Context of TR-101EPON Data Path (EDP)An EPON Data Path is a traffic bearing object within an EPON system that represents a data or controlflow connection. An EPON Data Path is used to ensure per-service and/or per-service-class QoS. OLT ONU 9
  10. 10. TR-200, Using EPON in the Context of TR-101EPON Data Path (EDP)An EPON Data Path is a traffic bearing object within an EPON system that represents a data or controlflow connection. An EPON Data Path is used to ensure per-service and/or per-service-class QoS. OLT ONU 10
  11. 11. A Modern EPON ONU SoCMultiple PON Interfaces Synchronization Transport Standards • Support for multiple modes • IEEE 802.3 1G-EPON & 10G-EPONMultiple Customer Interfaces • Support for multiple standards • IEEE 802.1 P, D, Q, X • Support for multiple applications • IEEE P1904.1 SIEPONTraffic Management • CableLabs DPoE, etc.• High-speed switch Protocol Support and Security Features • CTC & CCSA• Line-rate L2/L3/L4 classification • CTC, DPoE, 802.1x, etc., encryption • Etc.• On board CPU and packet buffers On-board • IGMP v2/v3 & MLD v1/v2 • IPv4/v6 • DHCP & ARP • Etc. . UNI 11 11
  12. 12. SIEPON OLT Reference Architecture (Figure 5.7) 12
  13. 13. SIEPON ONU Reference Architecture: sL-ONU (Figure 5.3) 13
  14. 14. Definition of EDPs (Appendix 7A) Figure 7A-4: Provisioning of multiple EDPs using the Service-SLA mode 14
  15. 15. TR-200, Using EPON in the Context of TR-101EPON Data Path (EDP)An EPON Data Path is a traffic bearing object within an EPON system that represents a data or controlflow connection. An EPON Data Path is used to ensure per-service and/or per-service-class QoS. 15
  16. 16. ONU Reference Architecture: mL-ONU (Figure 5.4) 16
  17. 17. Definition of EDPs (Appendix 7A) Figure 7A-5: Provisioning of multiple EDPs using the Multiple-Line-ONUs mode 17
  18. 18. TR-200, Using EPON in the Context of TR-101EPON Data Path (EDP)An EPON Data Path is a traffic bearing object within an EPON system that represents a data or controlflow connection. An EPON Data Path is used to ensure per-service and/or per-service-class QoS. 18
  19. 19. Summary The P1904.1 SIEPON standard maps current BBF service-layer functionality onto an abstract model containing sufficient detail to allow the development of: 19
  20. 20. Summary The P1904.1 SIEPON standard maps current BBF service-layer functionality onto an abstract model containing sufficient detail to allow the development of: • Rigorous functional requirements, and 20
  21. 21. Summary The P1904.1 SIEPON standard maps current BBF service-layer functionality onto an abstract model containing sufficient detail to allow the development of: • Rigorous functional requirements, and • An extensive conformance-assessment testing program. 21
  22. 22. Summary The P1904.1 SIEPON standard maps current BBF service-layer functionality onto an abstract model containing sufficient detail to allow the development of: • Rigorous functional requirements, and • An extensive conformance-assessment testing program. The P1904.1 SIEPON Working Group and the Broadband Forum enjoy a close, working relationship. It is anticipated that the two groups will continue collaborating on projects p p g p g p j of mutual interest. 22
  23. 23. Thank You! 23

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