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  1. 1. Product Description OptiX OSN 7500 Intelligent Optical Switching System V100R009 Issue 01 Date 2009-01-10 HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.PDF created with FinePrint pdfFactory Pro trial version http://www.pdffactory.com
  2. 2. Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. provides customers with comprehensive technical support and service. Please feel free to contact our local office or company headquarters. Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. Address: Huawei Industrial Base Bantian, Longgang Shenzhen 518129 Peoples Republic of China Website: http://www.huawei.com Email: support@huawei.com Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 2009. All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means without prior written consent of Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. Trademarks and Permissions and other Huawei trademarks are trademarks of Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All other trademarks and trade names mentioned in this document are the property of their respective holders. Notice The information in this document is subject to change without notice. Every effort has been made in the preparation of this document to ensure accuracy of the contents, but all statements, information, and recommendations in this document do not constitute the warranty of any kind, express or implied. Issue 01 (2009-01-10) Commercial in Confidence Page 2 of 223PDF created with FinePrint pdfFactory Pro trial version http://www.pdffactory.com
  3. 3. OptiX OSN 7500 Intelligent Optical Switching System V100R009 Product Description About This Document Author Prepared by Date Reviewed by Date Approved by Date Summary This document includes: Chapter Description 1 Network Application Describes the OptiX OSN 7500 and its position in the network. 2 Function This chapter generally describes the features of the OptiX OSN 7500 in the terms of capacity, interface, boards, OAM and other functions. 3 Hardware Describes the mechanical structure and the adaptable cabinet installation of the OptiX OSN 7500. 4 Software Architecture Describes the software system of the OptiX OSN 7500. It includes intelligent software, board software, NE software and NM software. 5 Data Features Describes the Ethernet, RPR and ATM features of the OptiX OSN 7500 in terms of function, application and protection. 6 ASON Features This chapter introduces the ASON features of the OptiX OSN 7500 in terms of service classes and application. 7 Protection Describes protection modes (including equipment level and network level) and characteristics supported by the OptiX OSN 7500. Issue 01 (2009-01-10) Commercial in Confidence Page 3 of 223PDF created with FinePrint pdfFactory Pro trial version http://www.pdffactory.com
  4. 4. OptiX OSN 7500 Intelligent Optical Switching System V100R009 Product Description 8 OAM This chapter describes main technical characteristics of the OptiX OSN 7500 in terms of maintenance and centralized management. 9 Security Management This chapter describes main technical characteristics of the OptiX OSN 7500 in terms of safe operation. 10 Technical Specifications This chapter describes the hardware dimension, interface specifications, transmission performance, environment requirements and power specification for the OptiX OSN 7500. 10.8 Power Consumption This appendix lists the power consumption and and Weight of Each Board weight of the boards that are configured on the OptiX OSN 7500. 11 Compliant Standards This appendix lists international standards to which the OptiX OSN 7500 conforms in terms of design and performance. 12 Glossary This appendix lists the terms used in this document. 13 Acronyms and The appendix lists the acronyms and abbreviations Abbreviations used in this document. Issue 01 (2009-01-10) Commercial in Confidence Page 4 of 223PDF created with FinePrint pdfFactory Pro trial version http://www.pdffactory.com
  5. 5. OptiX OSN 7500 Intelligent Optical Switching System V100R009 Product Description History Issue Details Date Author Approved by Issue 01 (2009-01-10) Commercial in Confidence Page 5 of 223PDF created with FinePrint pdfFactory Pro trial version http://www.pdffactory.com
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OptiX OSN 7500 Intelligent Optical Switching System V100R009 Product Description Contents 1 Network Application......................................................................................................11 2 Function ........................................................................................................................ 14 2.1 Capacity .......................................................................................................................................... 14 2.1.1 Cross-Connect Capacity ........................................................................................................ 14 2.1.2 Microwave Capacity ............................................................................................................... 15 2.1.3 Slot Access Capacity.............................................................................................................. 16 2.2 Service ............................................................................................................................................ 17 2.2.1 Service Type .......................................................................................................................... 17 2.2.2 Service Access Capacity........................................................................................................ 18 2.3 Interface .......................................................................................................................................... 19 2.3.1 Service Interfaces .................................................................................................................. 20 2.3.2 Administration and Auxiliary Interfaces .................................................................................. 21 2.4 Networking Topology ...................................................................................................................... 21 2.5 Protection........................................................................................................................................ 23 2.5.1 Equipment Level Protection ................................................................................................... 24 2.5.2 Network Level Protection ....................................................................................................... 24 2.6 Board REG Function....................................................................................................................... 25 2.7 ASON Features............................................................................................................................... 27 2.8 Built-in WDM Technology................................................................................................................ 27 2.9 Microwave Technology ................................................................................................................... 28 2.10 110 V/220 V Power Supply ........................................................................................................... 28 2.11 Clock ............................................................................................................................................. 29 2.12 High Precise Timing...................................................................................................................... 29 2.13 OAM Information Interworking ...................................................................................................... 30 2.14 OAM.............................................................................................................................................. 31 2.14.1 Software Package Loading .................................................................................................. 32 2.14.2 Hot Patch ............................................................................................................................. 33 2.14.3 NSF Function ....................................................................................................................... 33 2.14.4 Board Version Replacement ................................................................................................ 33 2.14.5 PRBS Function..................................................................................................................... 34 2.14.6 Inter-Board Alarm Suppression............................................................................................ 34 2.14.7 TCM...................................................................................................................................... 35 2.14.8 ETH-OAM............................................................................................................................. 35 2.15 Security Management................................................................................................................... 36 Issue 01 (2009-01-10) Commercial in Confidence Page 6 of 223PDF created with FinePrint pdfFactory Pro trial version http://www.pdffactory.com
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OptiX OSN 7500 Intelligent Optical Switching System V100R009 Product Description 3 Hardware....................................................................................................................... 37 3.1 Overview ......................................................................................................................................... 37 3.2 Cabinet............................................................................................................................................ 39 3.3 Subrack........................................................................................................................................... 40 3.3.1 Structure................................................................................................................................. 41 3.3.2 Slot Allocation......................................................................................................................... 42 3.4 Boards............................................................................................................................................. 44 3.4.1 Classification of the Boards ................................................................................................... 44 3.4.2 Cross-Connect and System Control Boards .......................................................................... 50 3.4.3 SDH Processing Boards ........................................................................................................ 51 3.4.4 PDH Processing Boards ........................................................................................................ 56 3.4.5 Data Processing Boards ........................................................................................................ 57 3.4.6 WDM Boards.......................................................................................................................... 61 3.4.7 Microwave Boards.................................................................................................................. 62 3.4.8 Optical Booster Amplifier Boards ........................................................................................... 62 3.4.9 Other Boards.......................................................................................................................... 63 4 Software Architecture .................................................................................................. 65 4.1 Overview ......................................................................................................................................... 65 4.2 Communication Protocols............................................................................................................... 66 4.3 Board Software ............................................................................................................................... 66 4.4 NE Software.................................................................................................................................... 66 4.5 Network Management System........................................................................................................ 67 4.6 ASON Software............................................................................................................................... 68 5 Data Features................................................................................................................ 70 5.1 Ethernet Features ........................................................................................................................... 70 5.1.1 Functions................................................................................................................................ 70 5.1.2 Application.............................................................................................................................. 81 5.1.3 Protection ............................................................................................................................... 85 5.2 RPR Features ................................................................................................................................. 86 5.2.2 Functions................................................................................................................................ 88 5.2.3 Application.............................................................................................................................. 91 5.2.4 Protection ............................................................................................................................... 93 5.3 ATM Features.................................................................................................................................. 94 5.3.1 Functions................................................................................................................................ 94 5.3.2 Application.............................................................................................................................. 97 5.3.3 Protection ............................................................................................................................. 100 5.4 DDN Features ............................................................................................................................... 100 5.4.1 Functions.............................................................................................................................. 101 5.4.2 Application............................................................................................................................ 101 5.4.3 Protection ............................................................................................................................. 102 5.5 SAN Features ............................................................................................................................... 103 Issue 01 (2009-01-10) Commercial in Confidence Page 7 of 223PDF created with FinePrint pdfFactory Pro trial version http://www.pdffactory.com
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OptiX OSN 7500 Intelligent Optical Switching System V100R009 Product Description 6 ASON Features ........................................................................................................... 104 6.1 Automatic Discovery of the Topologies ......................................................................................... 104 6.1.1 Auto-Discovery of Control Links........................................................................................... 104 6.1.2 Auto-Discovery of TE Links .................................................................................................. 106 6.2 End-to-End Service Configuration ................................................................................................ 106 6.3 Mesh Networking Protection and Restoration .............................................................................. 107 6.4 ASON Clock Tracing ..................................................................................................................... 108 6.5 SLA ............................................................................................................................................... 111 6.6 Diamond Services......................................................................................................................... 113 6.7 Gold Services ............................................................................................................................... 117 6.8 Silver Services .............................................................................................................................. 119 6.9 Copper Services ........................................................................................................................... 121 6.10 Iron Services ............................................................................................................................... 122 6.11 Tunnels........................................................................................................................................ 123 6.12 Service Association..................................................................................................................... 126 6.13 Service Optimization................................................................................................................... 127 6.14 Service Migration ........................................................................................................................ 127 6.15 Reverting Services to Original Routes........................................................................................ 128 6.16 Preset Restoring Trail ................................................................................................................. 128 6.17 Shared Mesh Restoration Trail ................................................................................................... 128 6.18 Shared Risk Link Group.............................................................................................................. 130 6.19 Amalgamation of ASON and LCAS ............................................................................................ 130 7 Protection ................................................................................................................... 132 7.1 Equipment Level Protection.......................................................................................................... 132 7.1.1 TPS Protection ..................................................................................................................... 133 7.1.2 1+1 Hot Backup for the Cross-Connect and Timing Units ................................................... 134 7.1.3 1+1 Hot Backup for the SCC Unit ........................................................................................ 134 7.1.4 1+1 Protection for Ethernet Boards ..................................................................................... 135 7.1.5 1+1 Protection for ATM Boards ............................................................................................ 136 7.1.6 Protection for the Microwave Boards ................................................................................... 137 7.1.7 1+1 Hot Backup for the Power Interface Unit ...................................................................... 138 7.1.8 Protection for the Wavelength Conversion Unit ................................................................... 138 7.1.9 Intelligent Fans..................................................................................................................... 139 7.1.10 1:N Protection for the +3.3 V Board Power Supply ........................................................... 139 7.1.11 Board Protection Schemes Under Abnormal Conditions ................................................... 139 7.2 Network Level Protection.............................................................................................................. 140 7.2.1 Linear MSP .......................................................................................................................... 141 7.2.2 MSP Ring ............................................................................................................................. 141 7.2.3 SNCP ................................................................................................................................... 142 7.2.4 DNI ....................................................................................................................................... 146 7.2.5 Fiber-Shared Virtual Trail Protection.................................................................................... 147 Issue 01 (2009-01-10) 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OptiX OSN 7500 Intelligent Optical Switching System V100R009 Product Description 7.2.6 Optical-Path-Shared MSP.................................................................................................... 147 7.2.7 RPR Protection .................................................................................................................... 149 7.2.8 VP-Ring/VC-Ring Protection................................................................................................ 150 8 OAM............................................................................................................................. 152 8.1 Operation and Maintenance ......................................................................................................... 152 8.2 Network Management................................................................................................................... 154 9 Security Management ................................................................................................ 155 9.1 Authentication Management ......................................................................................................... 155 9.2 Authorization Management ........................................................................................................... 155 9.3 Network Security Management..................................................................................................... 156 9.4 System Security Management...................................................................................................... 156 9.5 Log Management.......................................................................................................................... 157 9.5.1 NE Security Log Management ............................................................................................. 157 9.5.2 Syslog Management ............................................................................................................ 157 10 Technical Specifications.......................................................................................... 159 10.1 Overall Specifications of the Equipment ..................................................................................... 159 10.1.1 Specifications of the Cabinet.............................................................................................. 160 10.1.2 Specifications of the Subrack............................................................................................. 160 10.1.3 Power Supply Parameters ................................................................................................. 161 10.1.4 Timeslot Numbering ........................................................................................................... 161 10.1.5 Laser Safety Class ............................................................................................................. 162 10.1.6 Timing and Synchronization Performance ......................................................................... 162 10.1.7 Transmission Performance ................................................................................................ 163 10.1.8 Protection Performance ..................................................................................................... 163 10.1.9 Electromagnetic Compatibility............................................................................................ 165 10.1.10 Environmental Specification............................................................................................. 166 10.2 Parameters Specified for the Optical Interfaces ......................................................................... 167 10.2.1 STM-1 Optical Interfaces ................................................................................................... 168 10.2.2 STM-4 Optical Interfaces ................................................................................................... 168 10.2.3 STM-16 Optical Interfaces ................................................................................................. 169 10.2.4 STM-64 Optical Interfaces ................................................................................................. 171 10.2.5 Colored Optical Interfaces ................................................................................................. 173 10.2.6 Wavelength Allocation........................................................................................................ 174 10.2.7 Ethernet Optical Interfaces ................................................................................................ 175 10.2.8 ATM Optical Interfaces ....................................................................................................... 176 10.3 Parameters Specified for the Electrical Interfaces...................................................................... 177 10.3.1 PDH Electrical Interfaces ................................................................................................... 178 10.3.2 DDN Electrical Interfaces................................................................................................... 178 10.4 Parameters Specified for the Auxiliary Interfaces ....................................................................... 179 10.4.1 Clock Interface Specifications ............................................................................................ 179 10.4.2 64 kbit/s Interface Specifications........................................................................................ 180 Issue 01 (2009-01-10) Commercial in Confidence Page 9 of 223PDF created with FinePrint 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  10. 10. OptiX OSN 7500 Intelligent Optical Switching System V100R009 Product Description 10.4.3 RS-232 Interface Specifications......................................................................................... 180 10.4.4 RS-422 Interface Specifications......................................................................................... 180 10.4.5 Orderwire Phone Interface Specifications.......................................................................... 181 10.5 Microwave RF Performance ....................................................................................................... 181 10.5.1 Radio Work Modes............................................................................................................. 182 10.5.2 Frequency Band................................................................................................................. 183 10.5.3 Receiver Sensitivity............................................................................................................ 184 10.5.4 Transceiver Performance................................................................................................... 186 10.5.5 Anti-Multipath Fading Performance.................................................................................... 189 10.5.6 IF Performance .................................................................................................................. 190 10.5.7 Baseband Signal Processing Performance of the Modem ................................................ 190 10.5.8 Equipment Reliability ......................................................................................................... 190 10.6 Safety Certification...................................................................................................................... 191 10.7 Environmental Conditions ........................................................................................................... 192 10.7.1 Environment for Storage .................................................................................................... 192 10.7.2 Environment for Transportation.......................................................................................... 194 10.7.3 Environment for Operation................................................................................................. 197 10.8 Power Consumption and Weight of Each Board ........................................................................ 199 11 Compliant Standards ............................................................................................... 203 11.1 ITU-T Recommendations ............................................................................................................ 203 11.2 IEEE Standards........................................................................................................................... 205 11.3 IETF Standards ........................................................................................................................... 206 11.4 ANSI Standards........................................................................................................................... 207 11.5 Environment Related Standards ................................................................................................. 207 11.6 EMC Standards ........................................................................................................................... 208 11.7 Safety Compliance Standards..................................................................................................... 208 11.8 Protection Standards................................................................................................................... 209 11.9 ASON Standards ......................................................................................................................... 209 11.10 Microwave Standards................................................................................................................ 210 12 Glossary.................................................................................................................... 213 13 Acronyms and Abbreviations.................................................................................. 219 Issue 01 (2009-01-10) Commercial in Confidence Page 10 of 223PDF created with FinePrint pdfFactory Pro trial version http://www.pdffactory.com
  11. 11. OptiX OSN 7500 Intelligent Optical Switching System V100R009 Product Description 1 Network Application This chapter describes the position and application of the OptiX OSN 7500 intelligent optical switching system (the OptiX OSN 7500) in an optical transmission network. The OptiX OSN 7500 is the optical core switching (OCS) equipment. It is a next generation equipment that Huawei has developed based on the type of metropolitan area network (MAN) and its development trend in the future. As an intelligent optical core switching system with large capacity, the OptiX OSN 7500 is mainly used at the backbone layer of the MAN to groom and transmit various services with different granularities. The OptiX OSN 7500 has 360 Gbit/s higher order and 80 Gbit/s lower order cross-connect capacities, and features large switching capacity. The OptiX OSN 7500 integrates the following technologies: l Synchronous digital hierarchy (SDH) l Plesiochronous digital hierarchy (PDH) l Ethernet l Asynchronous transfer mode (ATM) l Storage area network (SAN) l Wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) l Digital data network (DDN) l Automatically switched optical network (ASON) l Microwave Technology Figure 1-1 shows the appearance of the OptiX OSN 7500. Issue 01 (2009-01-10) Commercial in Confidence Page 11 of 223PDF created with FinePrint pdfFactory Pro trial version http://www.pdffactory.com
  12. 12. OptiX OSN 7500 Intelligent Optical Switching System V100R009 Product Description Figure 1-1 Appearance of the OptiX OSN 7500 As a system used at a higher layer, the OptiX OSN 7500 can be networked with the following equipment to provide a complete MAN solution: l OptiX OSN 9500 l OptiX OSN 3500 l OptiX OSN 3500T l OptiX OSN 3500 II l OptiX OSN 2500 l OptiX OSN 2500 REG l OptiX OSN 1500 Figure 1-2 shows the application of the OptiX OSN 7500 in a transmission network. Issue 01 (2009-01-10) Commercial in Confidence Page 12 of 223PDF created with FinePrint pdfFactory Pro trial version http://www.pdffactory.com
  13. 13. OptiX OSN 7500 Intelligent Optical Switching System V100R009 Product Description Figure 1-2 Network application of the OptiX OSN 7500 OptiX OSN 3500 II OptiX OSN 3500T OptiX OSN 9500 OptiX OSN 3500 OptiX OSN 7500 Backbone layer OptiX OSN 3500 II OptiX OSN 3500T OptiX OSN 2500 OptiX OSN 3500 Convergence layer OptiX OSN 1500 OptiX OSN 2500 Access layer GSM/CDMA/ Microwave WCDMA/TD- PSTN Ethernet ... ATM SAN Technology SCDMA Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) Wideband Code Division Multiple Access (WDMA) Time Division-Synchronous Code Division Multiple Access (TD-SCDMA) Public Switched Telephony Network (PSTN) Storage Area Network (SAN) Ethernet Microwave Technology As an intelligent multiservice switching and transmission system, the OptiX OSN 7500 can be used as follows: l A core convergence node for a large city l An optical core switching (OCS) system for a medium or small city l A service grooming node on a provincial trunk Issue 01 (2009-01-10) Commercial in Confidence Page 13 of 223PDF created with FinePrint pdfFactory Pro trial version http://www.pdffactory.com
  14. 14. OptiX OSN 7500 Intelligent Optical Switching System V100R009 Product Description 2 Function 2.1 Capacity The capacity covers the cross-connect capacity and slot access capacity. 2.1.1 Cross-Connect Capacity Different cross-connect boards have different cross-connect capacities. 2.1.2 Microwave Capacity The number of IFSD1 boards that can be configured for different types of the OptiX OSN equipment is different. Hence, the number of microwave directions supported by different types of the OptiX OSN equipment is also different. 2.1.3 Slot Access Capacity The slot access capacity varies according to the cross-connect boards. 2.1.1 Cross-Connect Capacity Different cross-connect boards have different cross-connect capacities. The OptiX OSN 7500 provides the following cross-connect boards: T1GXCSA, T1EXCSA, T2UXCSA, T1SXCSA and T1IXCSA. Table 2-1 lists their cross-connect capacities. Table 2-1 Cross-connect capacity Board Higher-Order Lower-Order Cross-Connect Access Cross-Connect Capacity Capacity of Capacity Single Subrack T1GXCSA 240 Gbit/s (1536 x 20 Gbit/s (128 x 128 VC-4), 200 Gbit/s 1536 VC-4) equivalent to (8064 x 8064 (1280 x VC-12) or (384 x 384 VC-3) 1280 VC-4) T1EXCSAa 240 Gbit/s (1536 x 40 Gbit/s (256 x 256 VC-4), 200 Gbit/s 1536 VC-4) equivalent to (16128 x 16128 (1280 x VC-12) or (768 x 768 VC-3) 1280 VC-4) Issue 01 (2009-01-10) Commercial in Confidence Page 14 of 223PDF created with FinePrint pdfFactory Pro trial version http://www.pdffactory.com
  15. 15. OptiX OSN 7500 Intelligent Optical Switching System V100R009 Product Description Board Higher-Order Lower-Order Cross-Connect Access Cross-Connect Capacity Capacity of Capacity Single Subrack T2UXCSA 360 Gbit/s (2304 x 20 Gbit/s (128 x 128 VC-4) 280 Gbit/s 2304 VC-4) equivalent to (8064 x 8064 (1792 x VC-12) or (384 x 384 VC-3) 1792 VC-4) T1SXCSA 360 Gbit/s (2304 x 40 Gbit/s (256 x 256 VC-4) 280 Gbit/s 2304 VC-4) equivalent to (16128 x 16128 (1792 x VC-12) or (768 x 768 VC-3) 1792 VC-4) T1IXCSA 360 Gbit/s (2304 x 80 Gbit/s (512 x 512 VC-4) 280 Gbit/s 2304 VC-4) equivalent to (32256×32256 (1792 x VC-12) or (1536×1536 VC-3) 1792 VC-4) a: The T1EXCSA board cannot be used with any line board of the N2 series (except the N2SLQ16). As the T2SL64 board is no longer manufactured, it can be replaced by the T2SL64A board, without affecting the services. It is recommended to use the T1EXCSA board with the T2SL64A board. 2.1.2 Microwave Capacity The number of IFSD1 boards that can be configured for different types of the OptiX OSN equipment is different. Hence, the number of microwave directions supported by different types of the OptiX OSN equipment is also different. Table 2-2 lists the maximum number of IF boards and the maximum number of microwave directions supported by different types of the OptiX OSN equipment. Table 2-2 Microwave capacity of the OptiX OSN equipment Maximum Supported Maximum Number of Equipment Type Microwave Capacity Configured IF Boards (Channel) OptiX OSN 1500A 2 4 OptiX OSN 1500B 1 2 OptiX OSN 2500 5 10 OptiX OSN 3500 10 20 OptiX OSN 10 20 3500T(19inch) OptiX OSN 3500II 10 20 OptiX OSN 7500 15 30 Issue 01 (2009-01-10) Commercial in Confidence Page 15 of 223PDF created with FinePrint pdfFactory Pro trial version http://www.pdffactory.com
  16. 16. OptiX OSN 7500 Intelligent Optical Switching System V100R009 Product Description 2.1.3 Slot Access Capacity The slot access capacity varies according to the cross-connect boards. The OptiX OSN 7500 provides 22 service slots. The maximum access capacity varies according to the cross-connect and timing boards installed. Figure 2-1 shows the access capacity of service slots when the T1GXCSA/T1EXCSA is used. Figure 2-1 Access capacity of service slots when the T1GXCSA/T1EXCSA is used S S S S S S S S S S S S S SLOT S S S S S L L L L L L L L L L L L L 32 L L L L L O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O PIU(A) T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 4 5 6 7 8 SLOT 33 GSCC(A) GSCC(B) 10 Gbit/s 10 Gbit/s 10 Gbit/s 10 Gbit/s 10 Gbit/s 10 Gbit/s EOW PIU(B) AUX Fiber routing FANA FANA FANA S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 GXCSA(A) / GXCSA(B) / EXCSA(A) EXCSA(B) 10 Gbit/s 10 Gbit/s 10 Gbit/s 10 Gbit/s 10 Gbit/s 10 Gbit/s 10 Gbit/s 10 Gbit/s 10 Gbit/s 10 Gbit/s 10 Gbit/s 10 Gbit/s 5 Gbit/s 5 Gbit/s 5 Gbit/s 5 Gbit/s Fiber routing Fiber routing ( A ) : Active ( B ) : Standby Figure 2-2 shows the access capacity of service slots when the T2UXCSA/T1SXCSA/T1IXCSA is used. Issue 01 (2009-01-10) Commercial in Confidence Page 16 of 223PDF created with FinePrint pdfFactory Pro trial version http://www.pdffactory.com
  17. 17. OptiX OSN 7500 Intelligent Optical Switching System V100R009 Product Description Figure 2-2 Access capacity of service slots when the T2UXCSA/T1SXCSA/T1IXCSA is used S S S S S S S S S S S S S SLOT S S S S S L L L L L L L L L L L L L 32 L L L L L O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O PIU(A) T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 4 5 6 7 8 SLOT 33 GSCC(A) GSCC(B) 10 Gbit/s 10 Gbit/s 10 Gbit/s 10 Gbit/s 20 Gbit/s 20 Gbit/s EOW PIU(B) AUX Fiber routing FANA FANA FANA S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 UXCSA(A) /SXCSA(A)/ UXCSA(B) /SXCSA(B)/ 10 Gbit/s 10 Gbit/s 10 Gbit/s 10 Gbit/s 10 Gbit/s 10 Gbit/s 20 Gbit/s 20 Gbit/s 20 Gbit/s 20 Gbit/s 10 Gbit/s 10 Gbit/s 10 Gbit/s 10 Gbit/s 10 Gbit/s 10 Gbit/s IXCSA(A) IXCSA(B) Fiber routing Fiber routing ( A ) : Active ( B ) : Standby 2.2 Service The supported services are SDH services, PDH services and other services. 2.2.1 Service Type The OptiX OSN 7500 can process following types of services : SDH, PDH, Ethernet, RPR, ATM, DDN and SAN services. 2.2.2 Service Access Capacity The capacity of services that the OptiX OSN 7500 can access varies according to the type and quantity of the configured boards. 2.2.1 Service Type The OptiX OSN 7500 can process following types of services : SDH, PDH, Ethernet, RPR, ATM, DDN and SAN services. For details about supported service types, refer to Table 2-3. Issue 01 (2009-01-10) Commercial in Confidence Page 17 of 223PDF created with FinePrint pdfFactory Pro trial version http://www.pdffactory.com
  18. 18. OptiX OSN 7500 Intelligent Optical Switching System V100R009 Product Description Table 2-3 Service type supported by the OptiX OSN 7500 Service Type Description SDH services l Standard SDH services: STM-1/4/16/64 l Standard SDH concatenated services: VC-4-4c/VC-4-16c/VC-4-64c l Standard SDH virtual concatenation services: VC4-Xv (X≤8), VC3-Xv (X≤24) l SDH services with FEC: 10.709 Gbit/s, 2.666 Gbit/s PDH services l E1/T1 service l E3/T3 service l E4 service NOTE With the E13/M13 function, the equipment can perform multiplexing and demultiplexing between E1/T1 signals and E3/T3 signals. Ethernet services l Ethernet private line (EPL) service l Ethernet virtual private line (EVPL) service l Ethernet private LAN (EPLAN) service l Ethernet virtual private LAN (EVPLAN) service RPR services l EVPL service l EVPLAN service ATM services l Constant bit rate (CBR) service l Real-time variable bite rate (rt-VBR) service l Non real-time variable bite rate (nrt-VBR) service l Unspecified bit rate (UBR) service DDN services l N x 64 kbit/s (N=1-31) service l Framed E1 service SAN services l Fiber channel (FC) service l Fiber connection (FICON) service l Enterprise systems connection (ESCON) service l Digital video broadcast-asynchronous serial interface (DVB-ASI) service 2.2.2 Service Access Capacity The capacity of services that the OptiX OSN 7500 can access varies according to the type and quantity of the configured boards. Table 2-4 lists the maximum capacity of the OptiX OSN 7500 for accessing different services. Issue 01 (2009-01-10) Commercial in Confidence Page 18 of 223PDF created with FinePrint pdfFactory Pro trial version http://www.pdffactory.com
  19. 19. OptiX OSN 7500 Intelligent Optical Switching System V100R009 Product Description Table 2-4 Service access capacity of the OptiX OSN 7500 Service Type Maximum Number of Services Supported by a Single Subrack STM-64 standard or concatenated 28 service STM-64 (FEC) service 17 STM-16 standard or concatenated 112 service STM-16 (FEC) service 22 STM-4 standard or concatenated 88 service STM-1 standard service 280 STM-1 (electrical) service 66 E4 service 16 E3/T3 service 102 E1/T1 service 252 N x 64 kbit/s service (N: 1–31) 32 Framed E1 service 32 FE service 208 GE service 88 10GE service 44 STM-1 ATM service 88 STM-4 ATM service 22 ESCON service 88 FICON/FC100 service 44 FC200 service 22 DVB-ASI service 88 2.3 Interface The interfaces include service interfaces, administration and auxiliary interfaces. 2.3.1 Service Interfaces Service interfaces include SDH service interfaces and PDH service interfaces. Issue 01 (2009-01-10) Commercial in Confidence Page 19 of 223PDF created with FinePrint pdfFactory Pro trial version http://www.pdffactory.com
  20. 20. OptiX OSN 7500 Intelligent Optical Switching System V100R009 Product Description 2.3.2 Administration and Auxiliary Interfaces The equipment provides several types of administration and auxiliary interfaces. 2.3.1 Service Interfaces Service interfaces include SDH service interfaces and PDH service interfaces. Table 2-5 lists the service interfaces of the OptiX OSN 7500. Table 2-5 Service interfaces of the OptiX OSN 7500 Interface Description SDH service STM-1 electrical interfaces: SMB connectors interface STM-1 optical interfaces: I-1, Ie-1, S-1.1, L-1.1, L-1.2, Ve-1.2 STM-4 optical interfaces: I-4, S-4.1, L-4.1, L-4.2, Ve-4.2 STM-16 optical interfaces: I-16, S-16.1, L-16.1, L-16.2, L-16.2Je, V-16.2Je, U-16.2Je STM-16 optical interfaces (FEC): Ue-16.2c, Ue-16.2d, Ue-16.2f STM-64 optical interfaces: I-64.1, I-64.2, S-64.2b, L-64.2b, Le-64.2, Ls-64.2, V-64.2b STM-64 optical interfaces (FEC): Ue-64.2c, Ue-64.2d, Ue-64.2e STM-16 and STM-64 optical interfaces that comply with ITU-T G.692 can output fixed wavelength from 191.1 THz to 196.0 THz, and can output fixed wavelength and can be directly interconnected with the WDM equipment. PDH service 75/120-ohm E1 electrical interfaces: DB44 connectors interface 100-ohm T1 electrical interfaces: DB44 connectors 75-ohm E3, T3 and E4 electrical interfaces: SMB connectors Ethernet service 10/100Base-TX, 100Base-FX, 1000Base-SX, 1000Base-LX, interface 1000Base-ZX, 10GBASE-LW, 10GBASE-LR DDN service Framed E1 interface RS449, EIA530, EIA530-A, V.35, V.24, X.21 ATM service STM-1 ATM optical interfaces: Ie-1, S-1.1, L-1.1, L-1.2, Ve-1.2 interface STM-4 ATM optical interfaces: S-4.1, L-4.1, L-4.2, Ve-4.2 E3 ATM interfaces: E3 ATM services are accessed by the N1PD3 or N1PL3 or N1PL3A board IMA E1 interfaces: IMA E1 services are accessed by the N1PQ1 or N1PQM or N1PQMA or N2PQ1 board Storage area FC100, FICON, FC200, ESCON, DVB-ASI service optical network (SAN) interfaces service interface Issue 01 (2009-01-10) Commercial in Confidence Page 20 of 223PDF created with FinePrint pdfFactory Pro trial version http://www.pdffactory.com
  21. 21. OptiX OSN 7500 Intelligent Optical Switching System V100R009 Product Description Ue-16.2c, Ue-16.2d, Ue-16.2f, Le-64.2, Ls-64.2, L-16.2Je, V-16.2Je, U-16.2Je, Ve-1.2, Ve-4.2 are technical specifications defined by Huawei. 2.3.2 Administration and Auxiliary Interfaces The equipment provides several types of administration and auxiliary interfaces. Table 2-6 lists the types of administration and auxiliary interfaces provided by the OptiX OSN 7500. Table 2-6 Administration and auxiliary interfaces provided by the OptiX OSN 7500 Interface Description Type Administration One remote maintenance interface (OAM) interface Four broadcast data interfaces (S1–S4) One 64 kbit/s codirectional data path interface (F1) One Ethernet interface (10M/100M) for network management (ETH) One administration serial interface (F&f) One commissioning interface (COM) Orderwire One orderwire phone interface (PHONE) interface Two SDH NNI voice interfaces (V1 and V2) Two SDH NNI signaling interfaces (S1 and S2, used with two broadcast data interfaces) Clock Two 75-ohm external clock interfaces (2048 kbit/s or 2048 kHz) interface Two 120-ohm external clock interfaces (2048 kbit/s or 2048 kHz) External synchronization and synchronous output Alarm 16-input and 4-output alarm interface interface Four cabinet alarm indicator output interfaces Four cabinet alarm indicator concatenation input interfaces Four cabinet alarm concatenation input interface Microwave IF One coaxial cable connects to one ODU. Each board provides two interface cables to separately connect two ODUs. Two -48 VDC power input interfaces. 2.4 Networking Topology The OptiX OSN 7500 supports the topologies such as chain, ring, tangent rings, intersecting rings, ring with chain, dual node interconnection (DNI), hub, and mesh at the STM-1/STM-4/STM-16/STM-64 level. Issue 01 (2009-01-10) Commercial in Confidence Page 21 of 223PDF created with FinePrint pdfFactory Pro trial version http://www.pdffactory.com
  22. 22. OptiX OSN 7500 Intelligent Optical Switching System V100R009 Product Description The OptiX OSN 7500 supports the separate and hybrid configuration of the following types of NEs: l Terminal multiplexer (TM) l Add/drop multiplexer (ADM) l Multiple add/drop multiplexer (MADM) The OptiX OSN 7500 can be interconnected with Huawei OSN, DWDM, and Metro equipment series, to provide a complete transmission network solution. When the equipment is interconnecting, make sure that the K bytes to be received and transmitted are on the same path at both ends. l The OptiX OSN 7500 can be used with another OptiX OSN equipment to provide a complete ASON solution. This solution covers all the layers including the backbone layer, the convergence layer, and the access layer. l Through an SDH interface or a GE interface, the OptiX OSN 7500 can be interconnected with the WDM equipment. l Through an SDH, PDH, Ethernet, ATM, or DDN interface, the OptiX OSN 7500 can be interconnected with the OptiX Metro equipment. Table 2-7 lists the networking modes supported by the OptiX OSN 7500. Table 2-7 Basic networking modes of the OptiX OSN 7500 Networking Mode Topology 1 Chain 2 Ring 3 Tangent rings 4 Intersecting rings Issue 01 (2009-01-10) Commercial in Confidence Page 22 of 223PDF created with FinePrint pdfFactory Pro trial version http://www.pdffactory.com
  23. 23. OptiX OSN 7500 Intelligent Optical Switching System V100R009 Product Description Networking Mode Topology 5 Ring with chain 6 DNI 7 Hub 8 Mesh MADM ADM TM ASON NE Legends: 2.5 Protection The equipment provides equipment level protection and network level protection. 2.5.1 Equipment Level Protection The OptiX OSN 7500 provides several equipment level protection schemes. Issue 01 (2009-01-10) Commercial in Confidence Page 23 of 223PDF created with FinePrint pdfFactory Pro trial version http://www.pdffactory.com
  24. 24. OptiX OSN 7500 Intelligent Optical Switching System V100R009 Product Description 2.5.2 Network Level Protection The OptiX OSN 7500 supports several network level protection schemes. 2.5.1 Equipment Level Protection The OptiX OSN 7500 provides several equipment level protection schemes. Table 2-8 lists the equipment level protection schemes supported by the OptiX OSN 7500. Table 2-8 Equipment level protection schemes supported by the OptiX OSN 7500 Item Protection Scheme PDH TPS DDN TPS Ethernet processing unit TPS/PPS/BPS/DLAG/1+1 hot backup ATM 1+1 hot backup Protection for the Microwave unit 1+1 HSB/FD/SD and N+1 hot backup Arbitrary bit rate wavelength Intra-board protection (dual-fed and selective conversion unit receiving) and inter-board protection (N+1 protection) Cross-connect and timing unit 1+1 hot backup SCC unit 1+1 hot backup power interface unit 1+1 hot backup Intelligent Fans unit The power supply modules are of mutual backup for the three fan modules. Board Under Abnormal Power-Down Protection During Software Conditions Loading, Overvoltage or Undervoltage Protection for Power Supply and Board Temperature Detection NOTE The OptiX OSN 7500 supports the coexistence of two different types of TPS protection groups. 2.5.2 Network Level Protection The OptiX OSN 7500 supports several network level protection schemes. Table 2-9 lists the network level protection schemes supported by the OptiX OSN 7500. Issue 01 (2009-01-10) Commercial in Confidence Page 24 of 223PDF created with FinePrint pdfFactory Pro trial version http://www.pdffactory.com

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