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OptiX 155/622H(Metro1000) STM-1/STM-4 MSTP Optical Transmission System System Description


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1 Product Overview
1.1 Network Application 1.2 Features 1.2.1 High Integration 1.2.2 Service Access Capability 1.2.3 Interface 1.2.4 Synchronous Clock Source 1.2.5 Supporting More than One System 1.2.6 Flexible Networking 1.2.7 Protection Mechanism 1.2.8 Uniform NM System 1.2.9 Power and Environment Monitoring 1.2.10 Synchronization Status Message Management 1.2.11 Interconnecting with Third-Party Equipment 1.3 Equipment Structure 1.3.1 Hardware Structure 1.3.2 System Architecture 1.4 Boards

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2 Board Function and Application


2.1 SDH Interface Board 2.1.1 STM-4 Optical Interface Board OI4 2.1.2 STM-1 Optical Interface Board OI2S/OI2D/SL1Q/SL1O 2.1.3 STM-1 Electrical Interface Board SDE/SLE 2.2 PDH Interface Board 2.2.1 E1 Electrical Interface Board SP1/SP2/PD2S/PD2D/PD2T 2.2.2 E3/DS3 Electrical Interface Board PL3ES/PL3ED/PL3ET/PL3TS/PL3TD/PL3TT

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OptiX 155/622H(Metro1000) System Description 2.3 Ethernet Interface Board 2.3.1 ET1/ET1O/ET1D Board 2.3.2 EFS/EFT/EGS/EFSC/ELT2 Board 2.4 SCBE Board 2.5 UPM

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3 Protection
3.1 Equipment-Level Protection 3.1.1 Power Input Unit 1+1 Hot Backup 3.1.2 Board Protection upon Exception 3.2 Network-level Protection 3.2.1 SDH Service Protection 3.3 Clock Protection 3.3.1 Clock Quality 3.3.2 Protection Process

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4 Networking and Application


4.1 Basic Networking Modes 4.2 Interconnecting with Mobile Station Equipment 4.3 Interconnecting with Access Network Equipment 4.4 Interconnecting with Third-Party Equipment 4.5 Ethernet Service Application 4.5.1 EPL Service 4.5.2 EVPL Service 4.5.3 EPLAN Service 4.5.4 EVPLAN Service 4.5.5 Comparison among the Four Services

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5 Maintenance and Management


5.1 Maintenance 5.2 Management

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6 Technical Specifications
6.1 Equipment Parameter 6.2 Optical Interface Specifications 6.2.1 STM-1 Optical Interface Specifications 6.2.2 STM-4 Optical Interface Specifications 6.2.3 Allowable Frequency Deviation for the Optical Input Port 6.2.4 AIS Rate Tolerance of the Optical Output Port

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OptiX 155/622H(Metro1000) System Description 6.2.5 Ethernet Optical Interface 6.3 Electrical Interface Specifications 6.3.1 AIS Rate Tolerance of the Electrical Output Port 6.3.2 Allowable Attenuation for the Electrical Input Port 6.3.3 Allowable Frequency Deviation for the Electrical Input Port 6.3.4 Anti-Interference Capability for the Electrical Input Port 6.4 Ethernet Features Test Specification 6.5 Clock Timing and Synchronization 6.5.1 Output Jitter 6.5.2 Internal Oscillator Output Frequency in the Free-run Mode 6.5.3 Chronic Phase Variation 6.6 Jitter Specification 6.6.1 Output Jitter of the STM-1/STM-4 Synchronous Interface 6.6.2 Input Jitter Tolerance of the STM-1/STM-4 Port 6.6.3 Input Jitter Tolerance of the PDH Tributary Port 6.6.4 Mapping Jitter of the PDH Tributary Port 6.6.5 Combined Jitter of the PDH Tributary Port 6.7 Electromagnetic Compatibility 6.8 Environment Requirement 6.8.1 Storage Environment 6.8.2 Transportation Environment 6.8.3 Operation Environment

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A Standards Compliance
A.1 ITU-T Recommendations A.2 IEEE Standards A.3 IETF Standards A.4 Environment Standards

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Figures
Figure 1-1 Application in a transmission network Figure 1-2 Front view of the OptiX 155/622H Figure 1-3 Rear view of the OptiX 155/622H Figure 1-4 Back view of the OptiX 155/622H Figure 1-5 OptiX 155/622H system architecture Figure 1-6 OptiX 155/622H slot layout Figure 3-1 Fiber-shared virtual trail protection Figure 3-2 Clock tracing status in normal conditions Figure 3-3 Clock protection upon fiber cut between NE2 and NE3 Figure 3-4 Clock protection upon NE1 BITS failure Figure 3-5 Clock protection upon NE1 and NE4 BITS clocks failure Figure 4-1 Interconnecting with mobile station equipment Figure 4-2 Access network application Figure 4-3 Hybrid networking with the extended DCC bytes Figure 4-4 Hybrid networking through DCC byte transparent transmission Figure 4-5 Hybrid networking using the external clock interface to transmit management information Figure 4-6 EPL service (transparent transmission) Figure 4-7 EPL service (shared VCTRUNK) Figure 4-8 EPL service (convergence) Figure 4-9 EVPL service (shared VCTRUNK) Figure 4-10 Transit application Figure 4-11 EPLAN service Figure 4-12 EVPLAN service Figure 6-1 Input jitter tolerance template 1-1 1-2 1-2 1-7 1-8 1-9 3-2 3-4 3-5 3-5 3-6 4-3 4-4 4-5 4-5 4-6 4-8 4-8 4-9 4-10 4-10 4-11 4-12 6-10

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Tables
Table 1-1 Supported service and quantity Table 1-2 Interfaces on the OptiX 155/622H Table 1-3 Protection modes supported by the OptiX 155/622H Table 1-4 OptiX 155/622H board list Table 2-1 Functions of OI2S, OI2D, SL1Q and SL1O Table 2-2 Functions of SDE and SLE Table 2-3 Functions of SP1S, SP1D, SP2D, PD2S, PD2D and PD2T Table 2-4 Functions of PL3ES, PL3ED, PL3ET, PL3TS, PL3TD, and PL3TT Table 2-5 Functions of ET1, ET1O and ET1D Table 2-6 Functions of EFS, EFT, EGS, EFSC, and ELT2 Table 3-1 Encoding of the SSM Table 3-2 Configuration of NE synchronization source and priority Table 4-1 Basic networking modes Table 4-2 Ethernet processing boards and supported services Table 4-3 Comparison among four Ethernet services Table 6-1 STM-1 optical interface specifications Table 6-2 STM-4 optical interface specifications Table 6-3 Allowable frequency deviation for the optical input port Table 6-4 AIS rate tolerance of the optical output port Table 6-5 Specification of EGS board optical interface Table 6-6 Specification of ELT2 board optical interface Table 6-7 AIS rate tolerance of the electrical output port Table 6-8 Allowable attenuation for the electrical input port Table 6-9 Allowable frequency deviation for the electrical input port Table 6-10 Anti-interference capability for the electrical input port Table 6-11 Test specification of single-port 10M bidirectional full duplex feature 1-3 1-3 1-4 1-9 2-2 2-3 2-4 2-5 2-6 2-8 3-3 3-4 4-1 4-7 4-13 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-4 6-5 6-5 6-6 6-6 6-6 6-6 6-7

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OptiX 155/622H(Metro1000) System Description Table 6-12 Test specification of single-port 100M bidirectional full duplex feature Table 6-13 Output jitter of clock interface Table 6-14 Internal oscillator output frequency in the free-run mode Table 6-15 Chronic phase variation (MTIE) Table 6-16 Chronic phase variation (TDEV) Table 6-17 Output jitter of the STM-1/STM-4 synchronous interface Table 6-18 Jitter tolerance of the STM-1/STM-4 input port Table 6-19 Input jitter tolerance of the PDH tributary port Table 6-20 Mapping jitter of the PDH tributary port Table 6-21 Combined jitter of the PDH tributary port Table 6-22 EMC test Table 6-23 Environment requirement for storage Table 6-24 Mechanical active substances content for storage Table 6-25 Chemical active substances content for storage Table 6-26 Mechanical stress for storage Table 6-27 Environment requirement for transportation Table 6-28 Mechanical active substances content for transportation Table 6-29 Chemical active substances content for transportation Table 6-30 Mechanical stress for transportation Table 6-31 Requirement on temperature and humidity Table 6-32 Other climate requirements Table 6-33 Mechanical active substances content for operation Table 6-34 Chemical active substances content for operation Table 6-35 Mechanical stress for operation

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About This Manual


Release Note
This manual is for the OptiX 155/622H(Metro1000) STM-1/STM-4 MSTP Optical Transmission System, V300R002.

Related Manuals
The related manuals are listed in the following table.
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OptiX 155/622H(Metro1000) STM-1/STM-4 MSTP Optical Transmission System Commissioning Guide

Usage Introduces the functionality, structure, performance, specifications, and theory of the product. Introduces the networking and protection of SDH, PDH and Ethernet services. Introduces the network management information, orderwire and clock planning. Introduces the hardware of the product, including chassis, power, fan, boards, and a variety of interfaces. Introduces the installation procedure, including installation of chassis, components and cables. Requirements for grounding are introduced as well. Introduces the commissioning procedures, including preparations, NE commissioning, network commissioning and common indexes test. Introduces how to configure SDH service, Ethernet service and 64k service on T2000.

OptiX 155/622H(Metro1000) STM-1/STM-4 MSTP Optical Transmission System Configuration Guide

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OptiX 155/622H(Metro1000) System Description Manual OptiX 155/622H(Metro1000) STM-1/STM-4 MSTP Optical Transmission System Maintenance Manual OptiX 155/622H(Metro1000) STM-1/STM-4 MSTP Optical Transmission System Electronic Manual (CD-ROM) Usage

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Introduces the routine maintenance items and the precautions, common faults and equipment alarms, as well as the handling method. Contains all the above manuals in CD format, readable with Acrobat Reader.

Organization
The manual is organized as follows.
Chapter Chapter 1 Product Overview Chapter 2 Board Function and Application Chapter 3 Protection Chapter 4 Networking and Application Chapter 5 Maintenance and Management Chapter 6 Technical Specifications Appendix A and Appendix B Description Introduces features, structure, and its application in transmission networks of the OptiX 155/622H. Introduces functions and applications of the boards of the OptiX 155/622H. Introduces the protection mechanism of the OptiX 155/622H. Introduces networking and service applications of the OptiX 155/622H. Introduces the maintainability and network management of the OptiX 155/622H. Introduces the hardware structure and power supply of the OptiX 155/622H. Appendix A introduces the standard compliance of the OptiX 155/622H. Appendix B provides the abbreviations used in the manual.

Intended Audience
This document is for: Network planner Network designer Network administrator

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Conventions
In this manual, the OptiX 155/622H is short for OptiX 155/622H(Metro1000) STM-1/STM-4 Optical Transmission System. The manual uses the following conventions.
Symbol Description A warning notice with this symbol indicates a risk of personal injury. Warning A caution notice with this symbol indicates a risk to equipment damage or loss of data. Caution Important Note Note An important note notice with this symbol helps you avoid an undesirable situation or indicates important supplementary information. A note notice with this symbol indicates additional, helpful, non-critical information.

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1 Product Overview
1.1 Network Application 1.2 Features 1.2.1 High Integration 1.2.2 Service Access Capability 1.2.3 Interface 1.2.4 Synchronous Clock Source 1.2.5 Supporting More than One System 1.2.6 Flexible Networking 1.2.7 Protection Mechanism 1.2.8 Uniform NM System 1.2.9 Power and Environment Monitoring 1.2.10 Synchronization Status Message Management 1.2.11 Interconnecting with Third-Party Equipment 1.3 Equipment Structure 1.3.1 Hardware Structure 1.3.2 System Architecture 1.4 Boards

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2 Board Function and Application


2.1 SDH Interface Board 2.1.1 STM-4 Optical Interface Board OI4 2.1.2 STM-1 Optical Interface Board OI2S/OI2D/SL1Q/SL1O 2.1.3 STM-1 Electrical Interface Board SDE/SLE 2.2 PDH Interface Board 2.2.1 E1 Electrical Interface Board SP1/SP2/PD2S/PD2D/PD2T 2.2.2 E3/DS3 Electrical Interface Board PL3ES/PL3ED/PL3ET/PL3TS/PL3TD/PL3TT

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OptiX 155/622H(Metro1000) System Description 2.3 Ethernet Interface Board 2.3.1 ET1/ET1O/ET1D Board 2.3.2 EFS/EFT/EGS/EFSC/ELT2 Board 2.4 SCBE Board 2.5 UPM

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3 Protection
3.1 Equipment-Level Protection 3.1.1 Power Input Unit 1+1 Hot Backup 3.1.2 Board Protection upon Exception 3.2 Network-level Protection 3.2.1 SDH Service Protection 3.3 Clock Protection 3.3.1 Clock Quality 3.3.2 Protection Process

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4 Networking and Application


4.1 Basic Networking Modes 4.2 Interconnecting with Mobile Station Equipment 4.3 Interconnecting with Access Network Equipment 4.4 Interconnecting with Third-Party Equipment 4.5 Ethernet Service Application 4.5.1 EPL Service 4.5.2 EVPL Service 4.5.3 EPLAN Service 4.5.4 EVPLAN Service 4.5.5 Comparison among the Four Services

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5 Maintenance and Management


5.1 Maintenance 5.2 Management

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6 Technical Specifications
6.1 Equipment Parameter 6.2 Optical Interface Specifications 6.2.1 STM-1 Optical Interface Specifications 6.2.2 STM-4 Optical Interface Specifications 6.2.3 Allowable Frequency Deviation for the Optical Input Port 6.2.4 AIS Rate Tolerance of the Optical Output Port

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OptiX 155/622H(Metro1000) System Description 6.2.5 Ethernet Optical Interface 6.3 Electrical Interface Specifications 6.3.1 AIS Rate Tolerance of the Electrical Output Port 6.3.2 Allowable Attenuation for the Electrical Input Port 6.3.3 Allowable Frequency Deviation for the Electrical Input Port 6.3.4 Anti-Interference Capability for the Electrical Input Port 6.4 Ethernet Features Test Specification 6.5 Clock Timing and Synchronization 6.5.1 Output Jitter 6.5.2 Internal Oscillator Output Frequency in the Free-run Mode 6.5.3 Chronic Phase Variation 6.6 Jitter Specification 6.6.1 Output Jitter of the STM-1/STM-4 Synchronous Interface 6.6.2 Input Jitter Tolerance of the STM-1/STM-4 Port 6.6.3 Input Jitter Tolerance of the PDH Tributary Port 6.6.4 Mapping Jitter of the PDH Tributary Port 6.6.5 Combined Jitter of the PDH Tributary Port 6.7 Electromagnetic Compatibility 6.8 Environment Requirement 6.8.1 Storage Environment 6.8.2 Transportation Environment 6.8.3 Operation Environment

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A Standards Compliance
A.1 ITU-T Recommendations A.2 IEEE Standards A.3 IETF Standards A.4 Environment Standards

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Figures
Figure 1-1 Application in a transmission network Figure 1-2 Front view of the OptiX 155/622H Figure 1-3 Rear view of the OptiX 155/622H Figure 1-4 Back view of the OptiX 155/622H Figure 1-5 OptiX 155/622H system architecture Figure 1-6 OptiX 155/622H slot layout Figure 3-1 Fiber-shared virtual trail protection Figure 3-2 Clock tracing status in normal conditions Figure 3-3 Clock protection upon fiber cut between NE2 and NE3 Figure 3-4 Clock protection upon NE1 BITS failure Figure 3-5 Clock protection upon NE1 and NE4 BITS clocks failure Figure 4-1 Interconnecting with mobile station equipment Figure 4-2 Access network application Figure 4-3 Hybrid networking with the extended DCC bytes Figure 4-4 Hybrid networking through DCC byte transparent transmission Figure 4-5 Hybrid networking using the external clock interface to transmit management information Figure 4-6 EPL service (transparent transmission) Figure 4-7 EPL service (shared VCTRUNK) Figure 4-8 EPL service (convergence) Figure 4-9 EVPL service (shared VCTRUNK) Figure 4-10 Transit application Figure 4-11 EPLAN service Figure 4-12 EVPLAN service Figure 6-1 Input jitter tolerance template 1-2 1-3 1-3 1-8 1-9 1-10 3-2 3-4 3-5 3-5 3-6 4-3 4-4 4-5 4-5 4-6 4-8 4-8 4-9 4-10 4-10 4-11 4-12 6-11

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Tables
Table 1-1 Supported service and quantity Table 1-2 Interfaces on the OptiX 155/622H Table 1-3 Protection modes supported by the OptiX 155/622H Table 1-4 OptiX 155/622H board list Table 2-1 Functions of OI2S, OI2D, SL1Q and SL1O Table 2-2 Functions of SDE and SLE Table 2-3 Functions of SP1S, SP1D, SP2D, PD2S, PD2D and PD2T Table 2-4 Functions of PL3ES, PL3ED, PL3ET, PL3TS, PL3TD, and PL3TT Table 2-5 Functions of ET1, ET1O and ET1D Table 2-6 Functions of EFS, EFT, EGS, EFSC, and ELT2 Table 3-1 Encoding of the SSM Table 3-2 Configuration of NE synchronization source and priority Table 4-1 Basic networking modes Table 4-2 Ethernet processing boards and supported services Table 4-3 Comparison among four Ethernet services Table 6-1 STM-1 optical interface specifications Table 6-2 STM-4 optical interface specifications Table 6-3 Allowable frequency deviation for the optical input port Table 6-4 AIS rate tolerance of the optical output port Table 6-5 Specification of EGS board optical interface Table 6-6 Specification of ELT2 board optical interface Table 6-7 AIS rate tolerance of the electrical output port Table 6-8 Allowable attenuation for the electrical input port Table 6-9 Allowable frequency deviation for the electrical input port Table 6-10 Anti-interference capability for the electrical input port Table 6-11 Test specification of single-port 10M bidirectional full duplex feature 1-4 1-4 1-5 1-10 2-2 2-3 2-4 2-5 2-6 2-8 3-3 3-4 4-1 4-7 4-13 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-4 6-5 6-5 6-6 6-6 6-6 6-6 6-7

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OptiX 155/622H(Metro1000) System Description Table 6-12 Test specification of single-port 100M bidirectional full duplex feature Table 6-13 Output jitter of clock interface Table 6-14 Internal oscillator output frequency in the free-run mode Table 6-15 Chronic phase variation (MTIE) Table 6-16 Chronic phase variation (TDEV) Table 6-17 Output jitter of the STM-1/STM-4 synchronous interface Table 6-18 Jitter tolerance of the STM-1/STM-4 input port Table 6-19 Input jitter tolerance of the PDH tributary port Table 6-20 Mapping jitter of the PDH tributary port Table 6-21 Combined jitter of the PDH tributary port Table 6-22 EMC test Table 6-23 Environment requirement for storage Table 6-24 Mechanical active substances content for storage Table 6-25 Chemical active substances content for storage Table 6-26 Mechanical stress for storage Table 6-27 Environment requirement for transportation Table 6-28 Mechanical active substances content for transportation Table 6-29 Chemical active substances content for transportation Table 6-30 Mechanical stress for transportation Table 6-31 Requirement on temperature and humidity Table 6-32 Other climate requirements Table 6-33 Mechanical active substances content for operation Table 6-34 Chemical active substances content for operation Table 6-35 Mechanical stress for operation

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Network Application Features Equipment Structure

Product Overview

This chapter describes the OptiX 155/622H(Metro1000) STM-1/STM-4 Optical Transmission System (OptiX 155/622H for short) in terms of its features, structure, and its application in transmission networks. The following tasks are described:

Network Application
The OptiX 155/622H is a type of STM-1/STM-4 chassis-shaped equipment developed by Huawei. It can access multiple types of services and can be used in MANs and local transmission networks as access equipment. It also serves as terminal units to access VIP private lines, wireless base stations, and digital subscriber line access multiplexers (DSLAM). 0 shows how the OptiX 155/622H is applied in a network.

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OptiX OSN 9500 OptiX 10G(Metro 5000) OptiX 10G(Metro 5000) Backbone layer

1 Product Overview

OptiX 2500+(Metro 3000)

OptiX 2500+(Metro 3000) Convergence layer

OptiX 155/ 622H(Metro 1000)

OptiX 155/ 622H(Metro 1000) Access layer

OptiX Metro 500

OptiX Metro 500

Application in a transmission network

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Features
High Integration
The case assembly of the OptiX 155/622H measures 436 mm (W) x 293 mm (D) x 86 mm (H). 0 and 0 show its appearance.

Front view of the OptiX 155/622H

Rear view of the OptiX 155/622H

Service Access Capability


The OptiX 155/622H can access multiple types of services and interwork with the switch, wireless base station and Ethernet switch. Huawei Technologies Proprietary 1-3

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0 lists the services that the OptiX 155/622H can access and the access capability.
Supported service and quantity

Service SDH PDH Ethernet

Maximum access capability for single equipment 16 x STM-1(o), 6 x STM-1(e), 5 x STM-4 112 x E1, 96 x E1, 9 x E3, 9 x DS3 24 x FE(e), 6 x FE(o), 3 x GE(o)

Interface
0 lists the interfaces that the OptiX 155/622H provides.
Interfaces on the OptiX 155/622H

Interface type

Description STM-1 optical interface: supports Ie-1, S-1.1, L-1.1, L-1.2 optical modules.

Connector SC/PC SC/PC SMB DB78 connector SMB RJ-45 LC LC (SFP)

SDH service

STM-4 optical interface: supports Ie-4, S-4.1, L-4.1, L-4.2 optical modules. STM-1 electrical interface

Service interface

E1 electrical interface PDH service E3/DS3 electrical interface 10Base-T, 100Base-TX Ethernet service 100Base-FX 1000Base-SX/LX Two 75-ohm or 120-ohm external clock interfaces The clock signal can be 2048 kbit/s or 2048 kHz. Two 48 V power interfaces that can access 60 V DC power The SCBE provides:

Clock interface

RJ-45 or SMB

Power supply interface

4-core socket

Environment monitoring interface

Four Boolean input interfaces/ Two Boolean output interfaces Four interfaces for transparent data One MODEM interface

RJ-45 or DB9

RJ-45 or DB9 RJ-45 RJ-11

Management interface One NM interface Orderwire interface One orderwire phone interface

Synchronous Clock Source


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In clock tracing mode, the OptiX 155/622H provides the following synchronous clock sources: Two 2048 kHz or 2048 kbit/s G.703 external synchronous sources. Line synchronous source of the three line interfaces IU1, IU2, and IU3. Tributary synchronous source of the four tributary interfaces IU1, IU2, IU3, and IU4. The synchronous sources of the line interface and the tributary interface of SCBE.

Supporting More than One System


The OptiX 155/622H supports 26x26 VC-4 cross-connections, so it can serve as more than one TM or ADM system. It also supports service grooming and protection among these systems. Thus, the networking capability and the service grooming capability among networks are greatly improved.

Flexible Networking
The OptiX 155/622H can build networks flexibly. It supports point-to-point, chain, ring, HUB network, and mesh network. The OptiX 155/622H serves as the access equipment and combine with Huawei Metro and OSN series products to build networks. It can also combine with the third-party equipment to build networks.

Protection Mechanism
The OptiX 155/622H provides a comprehensive network protection system for all services. 0 lists the SDH/PDH protection modes that the OptiX 155/622H supports.
Protection modes supported by the OptiX 155/622H

Protection mode Linear 1+1 multiplex section protection (MSP) Linear 1:N (N5) MSP Two-fiber unidirectional/bidirectional MS protection ring Two-fiber unidirectional/bidirectional path protection (PP) ring Sub-network connection protection (SNCP) Fiber-shared virtual trail protection

Remark In this mode, the protection path can transport extra services.

When a service has both MSP and SNCP, set delay time for the SNCP.

Uniform NM System
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provides management, maintenance and test for the optical transmission system about its fault, performance, configuration, and security. It also supports end-to-end management function as required by the user. The NM system improves the quality of network service, reduces the maintenance cost and ensures good use of network resources.

Power and Environment Monitoring


The OptiX 155/622H provides 48 V/60 V power interfaces to detect the input voltage and the voltage status (severely undervoltage, undervoltage, overvoltage, or severely overvoltage). The OptiX 155/622H also provides alarm input and output functions. The alarm input function helps to monitor the environment of users remotely, while the alarm output function can perform monitoring over all equipment alarms by outputting alarms to the centralized alarm system.

Synchronization Status Message Management


The OptiX 155/622H supports synchronization status message (SSM) management to enable the transmission network to: Avoid timing loop in clock switching. When the synchronous timing signal degrades, the downstream node can switch the traced clock source or turn it into holdover mode before the degradation threshold is crossed. Simplify the planning of the clock synchronization network.

Interconnecting with Third-Party Equipment


The OptiX 155/622H applies the following technologies to interconnect with the third-party equipment. DCC Byte Extension The OptiX 155/622H uses the D4D12 of the MS overhead bytes as the physical path to handle the management information of Huawei equipment, and uses the D1D3 of the regenerator section overhead bytes to handle the management information of the third-party equipment. Transparent Transmission of the DCC Byte The OptiX 155/622H uses the D1D3 of the regenerator section overhead byte as the physical path to handle the management information of Huawei equipment, and uses the D4D12 of the MS overhead byte to transmit the management information of the third-party equipment transparently. Management Information Transmission Through the External Clock Interface When the D1D12 bytes of the third-party equipment cannot transmit the management information of the OptiX 155/622H, use the external clock interface of the OptiX 155/622H to transmit it. IP Over DCC The OptiX 155/622H supports IP over DCC. When OptiX 155/622H, third-party equipment and element management system (EMS) all support IP, the NM information is transparently transmitted through IP over DCC. Huawei Technologies Proprietary 1-6

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TP4 The OptiX 155/622H supports TP4 (OSI over DCC). When OptiX 155/622H, third-party equipment and element management system (EMS) all support TP4, the NM information is transparently transmitted through TP4.

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Equipment Structure
Hardware Structure
As shown in 0, the OptiX 155/622H comprises a fan board, an air filter, a power filter board, and the interface units that can be housed in the board area.

1. Chassis 2. Fan board (FAN) 4. Power filter board(POI) and air filter Back view of the OptiX 155/622H

3. Board area

Fan board: dissipate heat for the equipment. Air filter and POI: The air filter dissipates heat for the equipment together with the fan board, while the POI inputs power for the equipment Board area: Houses service boards and system control boards; provides service and monitoring interfaces.

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System Architecture
In the OptiX 155/622H, the cross-connect unit is the core unit, assisted by the SDH interface unit, PDH/Ethernet interface unit, clock unit, SCC and orderwire unit. 0 illustrates the system architecture.
STM-1/STM-4 Ethernet,E1, E3,T3 STM-1/STM-4 Ethernet,E1, E3,T3 STM-1/STM-4 Ethernet,E1, E3,T3 Ethernet,E1 STM-1/STM-4 E1

IU1 IU2 IU3 IU4 IU5 IU6


crossconnect unit

IU1 IU2 IU3 IU4 IU5 IU6

STM-1/STM-4 Ethernet,E1, E3,T3 STM-1/STM-4 Ethernet,E1, E3,T3 STM-1/STM-4 Ethernet,E1, E3,T3 Ethernet,E1 STM-1/STM-4 E1

clock unit

SCC unit

orderwire unit

external clock

NM system

orderwire phone

OptiX 155/622H system architecture

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Boards
The OptiX 155/622H provides seven physical slots to accommodate boards. 0 shows the slot configuration and 0 lists the related boards.

IU3 FAN

IU2 IU4 SCB

IU1 POI

OptiX 155/622H slot layout

OptiX 155/622H board list

Board OI2S OI2D SL1O SL1Q OI4 SLE SDE SP1 SP2 PD2S PD2D PD2T PL3ES

Full name 1-channel STM-1 optical interface board 2-channel STM-1 optical interface board 8-channel STM-1 optical interface board 4-channel STM-1 optical interface board 1-channel STM-4 optical interface board 1-channel STM-1 electrical interface board 2-channel STM-1 electrical interface board 8-channel E1 electrical interface board 16-channel E1 electrical interface board 16-channel E1 electrical interface board 32-channel E1 electrical interface board 48-channel E1 electrical interface board 1-channel E3 electrical interface board

Slot IU1, IU2, IU3 IU1, IU2, IU3 IU4 IU4 IU1, IU2, IU3 IU1, IU2, IU3 IU1, IU2, IU3 IU1, IU2, IU3 IU1, IU2, IU3 IU4 IU4 IU4 IU1, IU2, IU3

Interface type Ie-1, S-1.1, L-1.1, L-1.2, SC/PC Ie-1, S-1.1, L-1.1, L-1.2, SC/PC Ie-1, S-1.1, L-1.1, L-1.2, SC/PC Ie-1, S-1.1, L-1.1, L-1.2, SC/PC Ie-4, S-4.1, L-4.1, L-4.2, SC/PC 75-ohm 75-ohm 75-ohm/120-ohm E1 interface 120-ohm/75-ohm E1 interface 120-ohm/75-ohm E1 interface 120-ohm/75-ohm E1 interface 120-ohm/75-ohm E1 interface 75-ohm E3 interface

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OptiX 155/622H(Metro1000) System Description Board PL3ED PL3ET PL3TS PL3TD PL3TT Full name 2-channel E3 electrical interface board 3-channel E3 electrical interface board 1-channel DS3 electrical interface board 2-channel DS3 electrical interface board 3-channel DS3 electrical interface board Slot IU1, IU2, IU3 IU1, IU2, IU3 IU1, IU2, IU3 IU1, IU2, IU3 IU1, IU2, IU3 Interface type

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75-ohm E3 interface 75-ohm E3 interface 75-ohm DS3 interface 75-ohm DS3 interface 75-ohm DS3 interface Provide 2 external clock input and output interfaces, NM interface, 1 orderwire interface, 4 data interfaces.

SCBE

System control board

SCB

4 input Boolean interfaces and 2 output Boolean interfaces. 2 x STM-1/STM-4 optical interface (S-1.1, S-4.1, L-4.1, L-4.2, SC/PC) and 16 x E1 electrical interface

ET1O

8-channel Ethernet service electrical interface board 2-channel Ethernet service electrical interface board 4-channel Ethernet service interface board

IU4

Support Ethernet Layer 2 switching. The maximum service access capacity is 48 x E1. Support Ethernet Layer 2 switching. The maximum service access capacity is 16 x E1. Support Ethernet service Layer 2 switching. The maximum service access capacity is 12 x VC-3 or 126 x VC-12 + 6 x VC-3. Support transparent transmission of Ethernet service. The maximum service access capacity is 6 x VC-3 or 63 x VC-12 + 3 x VC-3. Support transparent transmission of Ethernet service. The maximum service access capacity is 48 x E1. Support switching of Gigabit Ethernet service. The maximum service access capacity is 12 x VC-3 or 126 x VC-12 + 6 x VC-3.

ET1D

IU1, IU2, IU3

EFS

IU1, IU2, IU3

EFT

4-channel Ethernet service interface board

IU1, IU2, IU3

ET1

8-channel Ethernet service interface board

IU4

EGS

1-channel Gigabit Ethernet optical interface board

IU1, IU2, IU3

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OptiX 155/622H(Metro1000) System Description Board EFSC Full name 12-channel Ethernet service interface board Slot IU4 Interface type

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Support Ethernet service Layer 2 switching. The maximum service access capacity is 12 x VC-3 or 126 x VC-12 + 6 x VC-3. Support transparent transmission of Fast Ethernet service. The maximum service access capacity is 6 x VC-3 or 63 x VC-12 + 3 x VC-3. Provide two 48 V power supplies. Provides 220 V AC to 48 V DC power converting modules, monitoring modules, and storage battery.

ELT2

2-channel Fast Ethernet optical interface board

IU1, IU2, IU3

FAN POI

Fan board Fan filter and POI

FAN POI

UPM (CAU)

Uninterruptible Power Modules

External

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UPM

Board Function and Application

This chapter describes the functions and applications of the boards of the OptiX 155/622H. The OptiX 155/622H has the following types of boards: SDH Interface Board PDH Interface Board Ethernet Interface Board SCBE Board

SDH Interface Board


The OptiX 155/622H provides the following types of SDH interface boards: STM-1, STM-4 optical interface boards and STM-1 electrical interface boards. The SDH interface board receives and transmits STM-1/STM-4 optical signals and STM-1 electrical signals, performs section overheads and high-order path overheads processing, and pointer explanation as defined in ITU-T G.783. In addition, it provides the synchronous timing source for the clock unit. SDH interface boards of the OptiX 155/622H: STM-4 optical interface board (OI4) STM-1 optical interface board (OI2S/OI2D/SL1Q/SL1O) STM-1 electrical interface board (SDE/SLE)

STM-4 Optical Interface Board OI4


Function Access STM-4 optical signals. Provide interfaces of four types of laser sources: Ie-4, S-4.1, L-4.1, and L-4.2. Work as TM or ADM in slot IU1, IU2 or IU3. Provide a synchronous timing source for the clock unit. Support automatic laser shutdown (ALS) function. Provide protection for data communication channel (DCC) and orderwire communications.

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Support MSP and SNCP. Application The OptiX 155/622H uses the OI4 to: Form rings or chains operating at STM-4 rate. Combine with other Huawei equipment, such as OptiX 155/622(Metro2050) and OptiX 2500+(Metro3000) to form rings or chains operating at STM-4 rate. Provide STM-4 interfaces to interconnect with the third-party equipment.

STM-1 Optical Interface Board OI2S/OI2D/SL1Q/SL1O


Function Access STM-1 optical signals. Provide four types of optical modules: Ie-1, S-1.1, L-1.1, L-1.2. The OI2S and OI2D other than the SL1Q and SL1O boards provide synchronous timing source for the clock unit. Support ALS. Provide protection for DCC and orderwire communications. The OI2S and OI2D boards support MSP and SNCP. 0 compares the functions of OI2S, OI2D, SL1Q, and SL1O.
Functions of OI2S, OI2D, SL1Q and SL1O

Board Item Interface number Optical module Slot Connector Synchronous source number DCC communication

OI2S 1 x STM-1

OI2D 2 x STM-1

SL1Q 4 x STM-1

SL1O 8 x STM-1

Ie-1, S-1.1, L-1.1, L-1.2 IU1, IU2, IU3 SC/PC 1 D1D3 D4D12 2 D1D3 D4D12 None None IU1, IU2, IU3 IU4 IU4

D1D3

D1D3

Application Applications of the STM-1 optical interface board: Form rings or chains operating at STM-1 rate. Combine with other Huawei equipment, such as OptiX 155/622(Metro2050) and OptiX 2500+(Metro3000) to form rings or chains operating at STM-1 rate. Provide STM-1 interfaces to interconnect with the third-party equipment. The SL1Q/SL1O does not support MSP and path protection. It connects to the low-level transmission equipment like OptiX Metro 500 and OptiX Metro 100.

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STM-1 Electrical Interface Board SDE/SLE


Function Access STM-1 electrical signals. Detect and report the alarms and performance events on the line. Support inloop and outloop of the line. Work as TM or ADM in slot IU1, IU2 or IU3. Provide synchronous timing source for the clock unit. Support SNCP. 0 compares the functions of the SDE and SLE boards.
Functions of SDE and SLE

Item Board SDE SLE

Interface number 2 x STM-1 1 x STM-1

Slot IU1, IU2, IU3 IU1, IU2, IU3

Connector SMB SMB

Synchronous source number 2 1

Application Applications of the SDE/SLE:


2050)

Connect with other Huawei transmission equipment, such as OptiX 155/622(Metro and OptiX 2500+(Metro 3000) to receive and transmit STM-1 electrical signals. Interconnect with other equipment with STM-1 electrical interfaces, such as microwave equipment and ATM electrical interface equipment.

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PDH Interface Board


The OptiX 155/622H provides E1, E3 and DS3 electrical interface boards. The PDH interface board receives and transmits PDH services, and provides synchronous timing sources for the clock unit. PDH electrical interface boards of the OptiX 155/622H: E1 electrical interface board SP1/SP2/PD2S/PD2D/PD2T E3 electrical interface board PL3ES/PL3ED/PL3ET DS3 electrical interface board PL3TS/PL3TD/PL3TT

E1 Electrical Interface Board SP1/SP2/PD2S/PD2D/PD2T


Function Access E1 signals. Support asynchronous mapping of E1 signals to VC-12s, as defined in ITU-T G.703. Provide two ITU-T G.703 compliant interfaces: 75-ohm non-balanced and 120-ohm balanced. Process the overhead bytes of VC-12 paths, configure the service path and monitor its alarm and performance event, and communicate with the SCC unit. Support inloop and outloop to test the quality of E1 services or locate the fault. Provide synchronous timing source for the clock unit. 0 compares the functions of SP1, SP2, PD2S, PD2D and PD2T.
Functions of SP1S, SP1D, SP2D, PD2S, PD2D and PD2T

Board Item Interface number Connector Slot Synchronous source number

SP1 8 x E1

SP2 16 x E1

PD2S 16 x E1

PD2D 32 x E1

PD2T 48 x E1

DB78 connector IU1, IU2, IU3 2 IU1, IU2, IU3 2 IU4 2 IU4 4 IU4 6

Application Connect to the E1 trunk of a switch to apply in a local network. Connect to the optical line terminal (OLT) and the optical network unit (ONU) of an access network to apply the OptiX 155/622H the in the access network. Interconnect with communication equipment that has standard E1 interfaces, such as mobile base station, wireless access base station, and routers of Internet service provider and LAN.

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E3/DS3 Electrical Interface Board PL3ES/PL3ED/PL3ET/PL3TS/PL3TD/PL3TT


Function Access E3 or DS3 signals. Map E3 or DS3 signals to VC-3 asynchronously, as defined in ITU-T G.703, and then multiplex TU-3 into TUG-3. Provide ITU-T G.703 compliant 75-ohm non-balanced E3 interfaces and 100/120-ohm balanced DS3 interfaces. Encode/Decode E3/DS3 signals to transmit and receive E3/DS3 signals. Map E3/DS3 quasi-synchronous signals to VC-4 and demap VC-4 into E3/DS3 quasi-synchronous signals. Provide synchronous timing source for the clock unit. 0 compares the functions of PL3ES, PL3ED, PL3ET, PL3TS, PL3TD, and PL3TT.
Functions of PL3ES, PL3ED, PL3ET, PL3TS, PL3TD, and PL3TT

Board Item Interface number Connector Slot Interface impedance Synchronous source number

PL3ES 1 x E3 SMB IU1, IU2, IU3 75-ohm 1

PL3ED 2 x E3

PL3ET 3 x E3

PL3TS 1 x DS3

PL3TD 2 x DS3

PL3TT 3x DS3

IU1, IU2, IU3 75-ohm 2

IU1, IU2, IU3 75-ohm 2

IU1, IU2, IU3 75-ohm 1

IU1, IU2, IU3 75-ohm 2

IU1, IU2, IU3 75-oh m 2

Application Interconnect with telecommunication equipment that has standard E3 or DS3 interfaces.

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Ethernet Interface Board


The OptiX 155/622H provides a variety of Ethernet interface boards to receive and transmit FE and GE signals. According to the encapsulation protocol and mapping granularity, the Ethernet interface boards fall into: ET1/ET1O/ET1D boards: The encapsulation protocol is multi-link point to point protocol (ML-PPP) and the mapping granularity is VC-12. EFS/EFT/EGS/EFSC/ELT2 board: The encapsulation protocol is generic framing procedure (GFP) and the mapping granularity is VC-3 or VC-12.

ET1/ET1O/ET1D Board
Function Provide 10M/100M Ethernet electrical interfaces and 100M optical interfaces, with the electrical features (such as flow control) compliant with IEEE 802.3x standards. Support auto-negotiation, 100M full/half duplex and 10M full/half duplex. Support the ML-PPP encapsulation protocol with the encapsulation granularity being VC-12. Provide bandwidth sharing and statistical multiplexing based on VLAN and port to improve the bandwidth utilization. Provide Ethernet Layer 2 switching. Support isolation among different users, and VLAN isolation in one user Support Ethernet private line (EPL) and Ethernet private LAN (EPLAN) services. Support multicast and broadcast. Support the spanning tree protocol (STP) to avoid broadcast storm. 0 compares the functions of the ET1, ET1O and ET1D boards.
Functions of ET1, ET1O and ET1D

Board Item Number of FE electrical interface Connector Slot

ET1 8 RJ-45 IU4 Autonegotiation Full duplex Half duplex ML-PPP 1 48 x E1

ET1O 8 RJ-45 IU4 Autonegotiation Full duplex Half duplex ML-PPP 1 48 x E1

ET1D 2 RJ-45 IU1, IU2, IU3 Autonegotiation Full duplex Half duplex ML-PPP 1 16 x E1

Working mode

Encapsulation protocol VC-4 bandwidth at SDH side Binding bandwidth

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OptiX 155/622H(Metro1000) System Description Board Item Number of VCTRUNK Layer 2 switching VLAN EVPL EPL EPLAN EVPLAN STP ML-PPP IGMP-SNOOPING ET1 16 Support Support Support ET1O 16 Support Support Support Support Support Support

2 Board Function and Application ET1D 16 Support Support Support Support Support Support

Application The ET1, ET1O and ET1D boards interconnect with PCs, routers or Ethernet switches to transmit Ethernet services. Note that: The ET1 board only supports transparent transmission of services and is only applicable to EPL services. The ET1O and ET1D boards support Layer 2 switching of services and are applicable to EPLAN services. The ET1, ET1O and ET1D are the same in encapsulation protocol and mapping granularity and thus they are compatible with each other.

EFS/EFT/EGS/EFSC/ELT2 Board
Function Provide IEEE 802.3x compliant 10M/100M and 1000M Ethernet interfaces. Map Ethernet signals into VC-12 or VC-3. Support GFP, link access procedure-SDH (LAPS), and high level data link control (HDLC) encapsulation protocols. Support auto-negotiation and full duplex. Receive and transmit test frames. Identify and transparently transmit in-service test frames. Support inloop for fast fault location and troubleshooting. Collect, report test frame statistics, and generate alarms upon errors. 0 compares the functions of the EFS, EFT, EGS, EFSC, and ELT2 boards.

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Functions of EFS, EFT, EGS, EFSC, and ELT2

2 Board Function and Application

Board Item Number of FE electrical interface Number of FE optical interface Number of GE optical interface Connector Slot FE electrical interface Working mode FE optical interface GE optical interface VC-4 bandwidth at SDH side

EFS 4 RJ-45 IU1, IU2, IU3 Autonegotiation Full duplex Half duplex -

EFSC 12 RJ-45 IU4 Autonegotiation Full duplex Half duplex -

EGS 1 LC IU1, IU2, IU3 Autonegotiation Full duplex

EFT 4 RJ-45 IU1, IU2, IU3 Autonegotiation Full duplex

ELT2 2 LC IU1, IU2, IU3 Autonegotiation Full duplex 100M Full duplex

1000M Full duplex 4 12 x VC-3 or 126 x VC-12 + 6 x VC-3 24 Support Support Support Support Support Support Support Support -

4 12 x VC-3 or 126 x VC-12 + 6 x VC-3 24 Support Support Support Support Support Support Support Support -

4 12 x VC-3 or 126 x VC-12+6 x VC-3 24 Support Support Support Support Support Support Support Support -

2 6 x VC-3 or 63 x VC-12 + 3 x VC-3 4 Support Support Support

2 6 x VC-3 or 63 x VC-12 + 3 x VC-3 2 Support Support Support

Binding bandwidth

Number of VCTRUNK Layer 2 switching VLAN EVPL EPL EPLN EVPLN STP GFP LAPS

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2 Board Function and Application EFT Support Support ELT2 Support Support -

Application The EFS, EFT, EGS, EFSC, and ELT2 boards interconnect with PCs, routers, or Ethernet switches to transmit Ethernet services. Note that: The EFS, EGS and EFSC boards support Layer 2 switching and multi-protocol label switching (MPLS) to carry EPL, Ethernet virtual private line (EVPL), EPLAN, and Ethernet virtual private LAN (EVPLAN) services. The EGS board provides 1000M optical interfaces to interconnect with data equipment that has 1000M optical interfaces. The EFT and ELT2 boards only support service transparent transmission and thus can only carry EPL services. The ELT2 board provides 100M optical interfaces and thus can interconnect with data equipment that has 100M optical interfaces. The EFS, EFT, EGS, EFSC, and ELT2 boards have the same encapsulation protocol and mapping granularity, so they are compatible with each other.

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SCBE Board
The OptiX 155/622H provides two types of SCBE boards, SS46SCBE and SS45SCBE. The SS46SCBE integrates the function of the system control & communication (SCC) unit, cross-connect (XC) unit, synchronous timing generator (STG) unit, engineering orderwire (EOW) unit, OI2D/OI4D and SP2D unit. The SS45SCBE integrates the function of the SCC unit, XC unit, STG unit, EOW unit. Function The SCBE board combines functions of the line, tributary, cross-connect, clock, SCC, and orderwire modules. This section introduces the functions of each module. Line module Provide two STM-1/STM-4 optical interfaces. The STM-4 optical interface provides modules of three laser sources: S-4.1, L-4.1, and L-4.2. The STM-1 optical interface provides modules of one laser source: S-1.1 Provide two synchronous timing sources for the clock unit. Support automatic laser shutdown (ALS) function. Support MSP and SNCP. Tributary module Access 16 E1 signals. Support asynchronous mapping of E1 signals to VC-12s, as defined in ITU-T G.703. Provide two kinds of ITU-T G.703 compliant interfaces: 75-ohm non-balanced and 120-ohm balanced. Process the overhead bytes of VC-12 paths, configure the service path and monitor its alarm and performance event, and communicate with the SCC unit. Support inloop and outloop to test the quality of E1 services or locate the fault. Provide synchronous timing source for the clock unit. Cross-connect module Support cross-connections at VC-4/VC-3/VC-12 level, to groom services from line to line, from line to tributary, and from tributary to tributary. Support 26 x 26 VC-4 high-order cross-connection or 1638 x 1638 VC-12 low-order cross-connection. Clock module Provide two 2048 kHz or 2048 kbit/s external interfaces, with the impedance being 75-ohm. Support three clock working modes: tracing, holdover and free-run. SCC module Exchange information with other boards to configure equipment data and collect performance and alarm data. Huawei Technologies Proprietary 2-10

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Provide standard Ethernet NM interface and RS-232 data terminal equipment (DTE) interface to enable the NM to manage the equipment. Orderwire module Provide a line of orderwire phone for conference call and broadcast. Provide four RS-232 serial data interfaces to enable point-to-multipoint equipment connection and data transparent transmission. Provide 4-input and 2-output Boolean interfaces. The input Boolean value monitors status of external equipment; the output Boolean value outputs alarm indications and controls the external equipment. Application As the core of the OptiX 155/622H, the SCBE board is responsible for service grooming, clock signal extraction, inter-board communication and orderwire. Since the board combines the line unit and the tributary unit on it, it spares more slots.

UPM
The UPM is a 220 V AC to 48 V DC power converter specially designed for the OptiX 155/622H. It consists of three functional modules: a double-channel hot-backup AC/DC module, a monitoring module, and a storage battery. The following describes the functions and application of the UPM. Functions The UPM has the following functions: The UPM provides two AC/DC rectifier modules. When one rectifier module fails, the other takes over all loads at once without affecting services. This greatly improves the stability of the whole system. The AC/DC rectifier modules are hot swappable. Replacing a faulty one does not affect the other one. This improves the maintainability of the system. Each rectifier module supports a load capacity of 250 W. One working rectifier module is sufficient enough for two fully-configured or four OptiX 155/622Hs with the standard configuration to work normally. The UPM provides the storage battery. When the main power fails, the storage battery starts to supply power for the equipment. The battery can ensure the power supply of one working OptiX 155/622H with standard configuration for five to six hours. The monitoring module of the UPM system can Monitor and control the rectifier modules, the AC/DC power distribution, and parameters and statuses of the storage battery, and report real-time information to T2000. Manage, protect, and compensate temperature for the battery automatically. Measure the charging/discharging current of the battery, and perform even/float charging and current limitation on the battery through the rectifier module. Application The UPM serves as a backup of the power supply for the equipment. When the mains power fails, it automatically switches to the battery to ensure uninterrupted power supply.

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Equipment-Level Protection
Supported equipment-level protection: Power input unit 1+1 hot backup Board protection upon exception

Protection

This section introduces the protection mechanism provided by the OptiX 155/622H: equipment-level protection, network-level protection and clock protection.

Power Input Unit 1+1 Hot Backup


The PIU board of the OptiX 155/622H can input two 48 V/60 V DC power supplies at the same time, which serve as backup for each other. If either of them goes faulty, the other will operate to ensure the normal operation of the equipment.

Board Protection upon Exception


Power Failure during Loading Software The application program and data have the check function. If the loading is interrupted, the basic input/output system (BIOS) will not start the failed program and data, instead it will wait until the software is fully loaded. Overvoltage or Undervoltage The lightning-proof component on the power supply board can reduce damage caused by transient high voltage, such as lightning. If the voltage is too low, the center processing unit (CPU) will be reset automatically and the software initializes the chip again. Software Upgrade The system control and communication unit has two copies of NE software, allowing loading new software without affecting the running of the existing one. The new software will replace the old one after being validated. The replace process will not affect the configuration information, nor the services of NE. If the upgrade fails, the existing software remains running.

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Network-level Protection
SDH Service Protection
The OptiX 155/622H supports bi/uni-directional path protection, linear MSP, MSP ring, SNCP, inter-ring service protection and fiber-shared virtual trail protection. Bi/Uni-directional Path Protection The OptiX 155/622H supports bi-directional path protection and uni-directional path protection. The switching time is less than 50ms, as specified in ITU-T G.841 recommendations. Linear MSP The linear MSP is specially applicable to chain networks. The OptiX 155/622H supports 1+1 and 1:N (N5) protection. In 1:N protection mode, the protection system can bear extra services. In this case, the switching time is less than 50ms, as specified in ITU-T G.841 recommendations. MS Ring Protection The OptiX 155/622H supports the two-fiber MS shared protection ring, compliant with ITU-T recommendations G.841, and the switching time is less than 50ms. SNCP The OptiX 155/622H supports SNCP, compliant with ITU-T recommendations G.841 recommendations. The switching time is less than 50ms even if more than one service is being switched at the same time. Protection for Inter-Ring Services The OptiX 155/622H provides protection for services between rings, for example, between an SNCP ring and an MSP ring. It is compliant with ITU-T recommendations G.842. Fiber-Shared Virtual Trail Protection
STM-4 STM-4 STM-1 SNCP

STM-1 SNCP

Fiber-shared virtual trail protection

As shown in 0, an STM-4 path is divided into several lower-order or higher-order channels, to be combined with other links to form loops at the path layer. These loops at the path layer can be set with a proper protection mode (SNCP).

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Clock Protection
In SDH networks, the clocks are provided with protection as well.

Clock Quality
S1 byte defined in the ITU-T Recommendation is used to transmit the quality information of clock source. The higher 4 bits (b5 b8) of S1 byte are used to stand for the quality of 16 types of synchronization sources, as listed in 0. The lower the S1 byte is, the higher the clock quality will be.
Encoding of the SSM

S1 (b5-b8) 0000 0001 0010 0011 0100 0101 0110 0111 1000 1001 1010 1011 1100 1101 1110 1111

SDH synchronization quality level description Quality unknown (Existing Sync. network) Reserved Rec. G.811 Reserved Rec. G.812 transit Reserved Reserved Reserved Rec. G.812 local Reserved Reserved Synchronous equipment timing source (SETS) Reserved Reserved Reserved Not used for synchronization

In SDH systems, the automatic protection switching of the clock is based on the following protocols: Among the currently available clock sources, an NE first selects a clock source at the highest level of S1 byte as the synchronization source. It then sends the quality information (or S1 byte) of the synchronization source to the following NE. When the S1 byte information contained in multiple clock sources in the NE is the same, the system will select the clock source of the higher priority level as per the priority order in the priority level table as the synchronization source. It then transmits the quality information of this synchronization source to the following NE. If NE B traces the timing synchronization source of NE A, the clock of NE B is an Huawei Technologies Proprietary 3-3

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unavailable synchronization source for NE A.

Protection Process
This section illustrates the automatic protection switching of the clock through an example. In the transmission network shown in 0, the BITS clock signals are introduced to both NE1 and NE4 through external timing interfaces. These two external BITS clocks are in mutual backup and they satisfy the requirements in ITU-T Recommendation G.812 for the quality of the local timing reference source. Start the S1 bytes and set the timing source protection. The synchronization sources of each NE and their priorities are shown in 0. In normal conditions, the clocks of the network should follow the BITS connected with NE1.
BITS E W NE2 E NE3 W E W NE4 E BITS NE1 W E NE6 W E NE5 W

Clock tracing status in normal conditions

Configuration of NE synchronization source and priority

NE NE1 NE2 NE3 NE4 NE5 NE6

Synchronous source External clock source West clock source West clock source West clock source East clock source East clock source

Clock source priority External clock source, west clock source, east clock source, internal clock source West clock source, east clock source, internal clock source West clock source, east clock source, internal clock source West clock source, east clock source, external clock source, internal clock source East clock source, west clock source, internal clock source East clock source, west clock source, internal clock source

Clock Protection upon Fiber Cut between NE2 and NE3 If the optical fiber between NE2 and NE3 is broken, the synchronization clock will be switched automatically. According to the above switching protocol, the clocking tracing status of NE3 and NE4 will change. Huawei Technologies Proprietary 3-4

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The clock switching process is as follows: (1) NE3: When the fiber between NE2 and NE3 is cut, the west clock source of NE3 is lost. Since NE4 is tracing the clock of NE3, the clock quality message NE3 sends to NE4 is "unavailable". Therefore, NE3 can only use the internal clock source, not the east clock source, and sends the information to NE4 by the S1 byte. (2) NE4: Upon receiving the message, NE4 finds the quality of the traced synchronization source has deteriorated (the original quality is the G.812 local, for which the higher four bits of the S1 byte are 1000). NE4 should select a new clock reference source that satisfies the quality requirement. According to the priority configuration, only the east clock source and the external BITS clock can be used. Since the priority of the east clock is higher than that of the external BITS, NE4 selects the east clock as the synchronization source. (3) NE3: After the synchronization source of NE4 is switched, the east clock source of NE3 is available. Since the quality of the east clock source is highest, NE3 selects it as the synchronization source. The final clock tracing status is as shown in 0.
BITS E W NE2 BITS NE3 E W NE4 E NE1 W E NE6 W E NE5 W

Clock protection upon fiber cut between NE2 and NE3

Clock Protection upon NE1 BITS Failure If the external BITS clock of NE1 fails, the clocks in the network should follow the clock of NE4 according to the switching protocol. The clock tracing status is shown in 0.
E W NE2 E NE3 W E W NE4 E BITS NE1 W E NE6 W E NE5 W

Clock protection upon NE1 BITS failure

Clock Protection upon NE1 and NE4 BITS Clocks Failure If the external BITS clocks of NE1 and NE4 fail, the clock source of the highest priority will be traced according to the switching protocol. Assume that each NE in the network is synchronized with the clock of NE4 before both BITS clocks failure. After analysis, we can know that the clock of each NE is still synchronized with the clock of NE4, as shown in 0. However, the synchronization source of the network declines from ITU-T G.812 local clock to the SETS clock. Huawei Technologies Proprietary 3-5

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E W NE2 E NE3 W E W Internal clock source NE4 E NE1 W E NE6 W E NE5 W

3 Protection

Clock protection upon NE1 and NE4 BITS clocks failure

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Networking and Application

This chapter introduces the basic networking modes and the applications of various services. Basic Networking Modes Interconnecting with Mobile Station Equipment Interconnecting with Access Network Equipment Interconnecting with Third-Party Equipment Ethernet Service Application

Basic Networking Modes


Chain networks and ring networks are the basic structure of the transmission networks. Several complex network structures are derived from them, as shown in 0.
Basic networking modes

Topology name 1 Chain

Topology map

Ring

Tangent rings

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Intersecting rings

Ring with chain

HUB network

Legend:

MADM

ADM

TM

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Interconnecting with Mobile Station Equipment


The OptiX 155/622H is used to transmit signals of mobile base transceiver stations (BTS). As shown in 0, the OptiX 155/622H systems form two STM-1 rings and an STM-4 ring, where the E1 signal of BTS is transmitted to the base station controller (BSC) and then to the mobile switching center (MSC). In the network, ECC is transparently transmitted through the Ethernet interface to realize uniform management over the network.
MSC
E1

E1

E1

BSC
E1 Ecc

STM-4 Ring
Ecc

BSC
E1

STM-1 Ring
E1 E1

E1

STM-1 Ring
BSC
E1 E1 BTS BTS

BTS BTS BTS

BTS

BTS

BTS

Interconnecting with mobile station equipment

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Interconnecting with Access Network Equipment


The OptiX 155/622H can work together with one of Huawei HONET product series-optical network unit (ONU), to transmit data in the access network and transmit NM information of the access network. The OptiX 155/622H transmits access network data through the E1 interface and transmits NM information through the serial port.
Network Manager

Ethernet

NE1

Serial

Serial

NE2 ONU

NE3 ONU

NE3

Serial

ONU

Access network application

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Interconnecting with Third-Party Equipment


The OptiX 155/622H uses the D4D12 overhead bytes and transmits D1D3 bytes through the external clock interface to exchange management information with the SDH equipment of other vendors. DCC Byte Extension As shown in 0, the OptiX 155/622H uses the D4D12 bytes of the multiplex section as its physical path to process the management information of Huawei equipment, and uses the D1D3 bytes of the regenerator section to transparent transmission the management information of the third-party equipment.
OptiX 155/622H D4-D12 D1-D3 D4-D12 OptiX 155/622H

Huawei NMS

Other vendors' NMS

Other vendors' equipment

Hybrid networking with the extended DCC bytes

Transparent Transmission of the DCC Byte As shown in 0, when the OptiX 155/622H is located in the core of a network, it needs to transparently transmit the management information of the third-party equipment. The OptiX 155/622H uses the D1D3 bytes of the regenerator section overhead as its physical path to process the management information of Huawei equipment, and uses the D4D12 bytes of MS overhead to transparent transmission the management information of the third-party equipment.
D1-D3 OptiX 155/622H D4-D12 transparently transmit management information of other vendors' equipment D1-D3 transmit management of HUAWEI equipment OptiX 155/622H D1-D3

Other vendors' NMS

Huawei NMS

Other vendors' equipment

Hybrid networking through DCC byte transparent transmission

Management Information Transmission through the External Clock Interface If the D1D12 bytes of the third-party equipment cannot transmit the management information of the OptiX 155/622H, the information can be transmitted through the external clock interface of the OptiX 155/622H. As shown in 0, the D1D3 bytes are combined to an E1 signal in the SCBE board and sent to the external clock interface Huawei Technologies Proprietary 4-5

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for output. Then, the signal is added to the line through the E1 interface of the tributary board and then to the SDH network as service data. After passing the third-party equipment, the E1 signal is dropped to the tributary at the opposite OptiX 155/622H, accessed from the external clock input interface and then recovered to D1D3 bytes in the SCBE board.
External clock interface E1 interface D1-D3 D1-D3 D1-D3 External clock interface E1 interface

OptiX 155/622H

OptiX 155/622H

Huawei NMS

Other vendors' NMS

Other vendors' transmission equipment

Hybrid networking using the external clock interface to transmit management information

IP Over DCC The scheme of IP over DCC uses the network layer protocol for NM information transmission. It is required that the gateway NE, external DCN and element management system (EMS) all support internet protocol (IP), thus the network composed of the third-party equipment and the OptiX 155/622H can form a DCN. IP over DCC has two networking topologies: The NM information of the OptiX 155/622H is transparently transmitted through IP over DCC by the third-party equipment. The NM information of the third party is transparently transmitted through IP over DCC by the OptiX 155/622H. TP4 TP4 (OSI over DCC) adopts standard OSI protocol framework with its data link layer (DLL) and physical layer supporting Ethernet and DCC. When the two protocols applied at physical layer and DLL are completely compatible with other equipment, Huawei protocol can be interconnected with that of other vendors at network layer. TP4 has two networking topologies: The NM information of the OptiX 155/622H is transparently transmitted through TP4 by the third-party equipment. The NM information of the third party is transparently transmitted through TP4 by the OptiX 155/622H.

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Ethernet Service Application


The OptiX 155/622H supports four Ethernet service types: Ethernet private line (EPL), Ethernet virtual private line (EVPL), Ethernet private LAN (EPLAN), and Ethernet virtual private LAN (EVPLAN). Different Ethernet processing boards may support different Ethernet service types, as shown in 0.
Ethernet processing boards and supported services

Board ET1 ET1O ET1D EFS EFSC EGS EFT ELT2

Supported service EPL EVPL

EPLAN

EVPLAN

EPL Service
EPL service application: Point-to-point transparent transmission Shared VCTRUNK Shared medium access control (MAC) Point-to-Point Transparent Transmission In this transmission mode, the EPL service occupies the whole bandwidth and is completely isolated from other services. Therefore, this mode features high security and is suitable for VIP private line services. The ET1, EFS, EFT, EFSC, EGS and ELT2 boards all support this mode. As shown in 0, the services of company A and company B need to be transparently transmitted between NE1 and NE2.

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B MAC2 MAC1 A VCTRUNK2 VCTRUNK 1 VCTRUNK2 VCTRUNK 1 MAC2 MAC1 A NE1 NE2 Enterprise user B

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OptiX 155/622H

EPL service (transparent transmission)

In NE1, the service of company A is accessed by MAC1 and the service of company B is accessed by MAC2. In NE2, the service of company A is accessed by MAC1 and the service of company B is accessed by MAC2. After port route assignation, each companys services occupy a VCTRUNCK. Shared VCTRUNK The ET1, EFS, EFSC and EGS boards can converge and enable several EPL services to share the bandwidth on the line. The EPL services are isolated by the VLAN ID. Users sharing the VCTRUNK have to contend for the bandwidth. This mode applies to users that differ in peak time. 0 takes the EFS as an example to illustrate the shared VCTRUNK.
B VLAN200 VLAN100 A MAC1 MAC2 MAC2 VCTRUNK VLAN200 VLAN100 MAC1 A' B'

NE1

NE2

Community

Cyber cafe

OptiX 155/622H

EPL service (shared VCTRUNK)

In NE1, the service of user A1 is accessed through MAC1, and the service of user B1 through MAC2. The VLAN ID of user A1 is 100, and that of user B1 200. The services are converged on EFS and sent to NE2 over a VCTRUNK. In NE2, the EFS board sends the service of VLAN ID 100 to A2, and 200 to B2. Shared MAC Port The ET1, EFS, EFSC and EGS boards can concentrate EPL services to implement point-to-multipoint transmission of Ethernet services. The EPL services are isolated by the VLAN ID to share a MAC port. 0 takes the EFS as an example to illustrate the shared MAC port.

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Market branch VLAN100 VLAN200 VCTRUNK1 VCTRUNK2 VLAN100 VLAN200 MAC1 MAC2 Technical support branch NE1 NE2

Headquarters

MAC1

OptiX 155/622H

Enterprise user

EPL service (convergence)

In the network, the services of two branches of A need to be sent to and converged at the headquarters. The headquarter also needs to send services to the two branches in NE2. In NE1, two services (with VLAN ID of 100 and 200) of the headquarters share MAC1 port of the EFS board. The EFS board sends the service of VLAN ID 100 to the market department in NE2, and that of VLAN ID 200 to the technical support department in NE2. In NE2, the service of the market department is accessed through MAC1 of the EFS, and that of the technical support department is accessed through MAC2. The market department service is attached a VLAN ID 100 and sent to NE1 through VCTRUNK1. The technical support department service is attached a VLAN ID 200 and sent to NE1 through VCTRUNK 2. In NE1, the two services are concentrated and output through a MAC port.

EVPL Service
The EFS, EFSC, and EGS boards support EVPL services. EVPL service applications: Ingress/Egress Transit Ingress/Egress Ingress and Egress are two operations to the label switch path (LSP). Ingress attaches an MPLS label and Egress strips the MPLS label. A typical application of EVPL services is ingress the services when they enter the network and egress them when they leave the network. In this way, the services are isolated by the MPLS label in the network. The EVPL services adopt the MPLS technology. Its transmission efficiency is lower than the EPL and its configuration is more complicated. 0 takes the EFS board as an example to illustrate the application of ingress/egress.

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Market department

Ingress PE P MAC1 VCTRUNK1 VCTRUNK VCTRUNK1

Egress P PE MAC1

Market department

Technical support department Branch 1

MAC2

NE1

NE2

MAC2

Technical support department Branch 2

Company A

OptiX 155/622H

EVPL service (shared VCTRUNK)

Company A has two branches, one in NE1 and the other in NE2. There is communication between the two market departments and between the two technical support departments respectively. Services of the two kinds of departments are completely isolated from each other and they share a 10 Mbit/s bandwidth. The two kinds of departments have the same VLAN ID, 100. In this case, you can use EVPL to meet the requirement. The EVPL services use the Martini MPLS L2 VPN encapsulation and can identify the external label (Tunnel) and the internal label (VC). In NE1, the services of the market department are accessed through MAC1, and that of the technical support department through MAC2. They are attached with different MPLS labels (Tunnel and VC), converged in the EFS board, and then sent to NE2 through VCTRUNK1. In NE2, the EFS board assigns these services to their destinations by the MPLS label. Transit The Transit application forwards and transparently transmits MPLS data packets. 0 takes the EFS as an example to illustrate the Transit application.
MAC1(P) Branch1 of company A VCTRUNK 1 (P) Transit LSP VCTRUNK VCTRUNK 1(P) Transit LSP NE2 Branch2 of company A MAC1(P)

NE1

OptiX 155/622H

Enterprise user

Transit application

Company A has two branches, one in NE1 and one in NE2. The two branches need to transmit data services to each other. The OptiX 155/622H interconnects with an MPLS-supported router and the carried data packets are attached with MPLS label. It is required that the OptiX 155/622H only transmits MPLS data packet on a bandwidth of 10 Mbit/s. In this example, set the MAC and VCTRUNK ports of NE1 and NE2 to P, set the LSP Huawei Technologies Proprietary 4-10

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operation to Transit. The MPLS data are transmitted transparently after label switching.

EPLAN Service
The EPLAN service realizes multipoint sharing of Ethernet services to save the bandwidth resources. It is compliant with the dynamic feature of data services. The ET1O, ET1D, EFS, EFSC and EGS boards support the EPLAN application, isolating data with VB ID and VLAN ID.

Note: The ET1O and ET1D boards support the ML-PPP encapsulation protocol and can interconnect with each other. The mapping granularity is VC-12. The EFS, EFSC, and EGS boards support the GFP encapsulation protocol and can interconnect with each other. The mapping granularity is VC-3 or VC-12. The boards of different encapsulation protocols or mapping granularity cannot interconnect.

0 takes the EFS as an example to illustrate the EPLAN application.


MAC1 VB Branch 3 Port 1 NE3 VCTRUNK2 VCTRUNK1

MAC1

VB

VB VCTRUNK1

MAC1

VCTRUNK1

Port 1 NE1 Branch 1 Access point Company A NE2

Port 1 Branch 2 OptiX 155/622H

EPLAN service

Company A has three branches, in NE1, NE2, and NE3 respectively. These branches should be able to access each other. The branches share a 10 Mbit/s bandwidth dynamically. All sets of Ethernet equipment in Company A provide the 100M Ethernet optical interface and they have the same VLAN ID 100. The EFS board supports Ethernet data Layer 2 switching through the virtual bridge to implement EPLAN. In the system, each NE can establish one or more VBs. Each VB establishes a MAC address table. The table is regularly updated through self-learning. When the service of Branch 2 is accessed in NE2, a VCTRUNK is selected according to the address table to send the service to Branch 1 or Branch 3. When the service of Branch 1 is accessed in NE1, a VCTRUNK is selected according to the CAM address table to send the service to Branch 2 or Branch 3. Huawei Technologies Proprietary 4-11

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The ET1O, ET1D, EFS, EFSC, and EGS boards support STP. When the EPLAN service forms a loop, start the protocol to avoid broadcast storm.

EVPLAN Service
The EFS, EFSC and EGS boards support EVPLAN. The EVPLAN isolates services by VLAN ID and MPLS label to isolate services of different users and isolate the service of a user but of different departments. The EVPLAN application realizes multi-point sharing of the Ethernet service. However, different from the EPLAN, its Ethernet services all have connected LSP between any two nodes in the network and form a meshed network. This arrangement effectively reduces the risk of broadcast storms. 0 takes the EFS as an example to illustrate the EVPLAN application.
MAC2 MAC1 VCTRUNK1 VCTRUNK2

Branch 3 Branch 3 Port 2 VCTRUNK2 PE MAC2 MAC1 VB2 VB1 PE VCTRUNK1 Port 2 Port 1 P NE1 LSP P LSP Port 1 NE3

VB1 VB2 PE P PE

VCTRUNK1 PE LSP NE2 VB2 VB1 P P MAC2 MAC1 PE

VCTRUNK2 Port 1

Port 2 Branch 2 Branch 2

Branch 1 Branch 1

Access point

Company A

Company B

OptiX 155/622H

EVPLAN service

Company A has three branches, in NE1, NE2, and NE3 respectively. These branches should be able to access each other. Company B also has three branches in the three NEs. These branches should be able to access each other. The two companies share the bandwidth but their services need to be isolated from each other. Both companies access the data of VLAN ID 100. The EFS board supports VB and MPLS encapsulation. The EVPLAN supports MPLS encapsulation and thus several VB users can share a VCTRUNK and dynamically share bandwidth. In NE1, A1 belongs to VB1 and B1 belongs to VB2. VB1 and VB2 share VCTRUNK1 (bound with five VC-12) in one direction and VCTRUNK2 (bound with five VC-12) in the other direction. So VB1 (Company A) and VB2 (Company 2) share the 10 Mbit/s bandwidth. In NE2 and NE3, the application is the same as NE1.

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Comparison among the Four Services


0 compares the four kinds of Ethernet services.
Comparison among four Ethernet services

Service type EPL

Comparison EPL is applicable to point-to-point services. This application falls into transparent transmission, shared VCTRUNK, and shared MAC. The shared VCTRUNK and shared MAC applications isolate services by VLAN ID. The EVPL is applicable to the condition that the VLAN IDs of the accessed services are the same, the services share a VCTRUNK with each one isolated from each other. EPLAN services are multipoint dynamic services. There are services between every two nodes. To avoid broadcast storms, configure services into a chain when the STP is not started. The EVPLAN is applicable to the condition that the VLAN IDs of the accessed services are the same, the services share a VCTRUNK with each one isolated from each other.

EVPL

EPLAN

EVPLAN

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Maintenance Management

Maintenance and Management

This chapter introduces the maintainability and network management of the equipment.

Maintenance
The OptiX 155/622H provides powerful maintenance functions: The SCBE board provides audible and visual alarm for emergency. Support input and output of Boolean values for easy alarm collection. Each board has running and alarm indicators for fast fault location. Support automatic shutdown function of SDH single-mode optical interface. Provide orderwire phone for dedicated communication of the maintenance personnel. Monitor equipment running status and alarms of each station through NM. Support in-service load and upgrade of board software and NE software; support remote load of board software and field programmable gate array (FPGA); support mistake-proof load and follow-up transmission upon restoration. Support remote maintenance function. In case of fault, the maintenance personnel can maintain the equipment remotely through the public telephone network. The PDH processing board provides pseudo-random binary sequence test to support remote BER test. The service boards supports inloop and outloop of ports. Provide the network time protocol (NTP) function to realize synchronization among NEs. The NM supports fiber discovery function. The NM supports 2M pseudo-random binary sequence test. The NM can display the interface impedance. Huawei Technologies Proprietary 5-1

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Management
The OptiX 155/622H is managed by the iManager series network management system (NM). Through the Qx interface or the human-machine language (MML) interface, the NM system can manage, maintain and test the optical transmission system for its fault, performance, configuration and security. The NM system can improve network service quality, reduce the maintenance cost, assuring a better use of network resources.

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Power consumption Weight Dimension

Technical Specifications

This chapter describes all kinds of technical specifications of the equipment.

Equipment Parameter
100 W (Maximum) 10 kg (Maximum) 436 mm (W) x 293 mm (D) x 86 mm (H)

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Optical Interface Specifications


STM-1 Optical Interface Specifications
0 shows the Specifications of the STM-1 optical interface.
STM-1 optical interface specifications

Item Nominal bit rate Application code Operating wavelength Source type Max. RMS Spectral Width () Max. -20dB Spectral Width Min. Side Mode Suppression Ratio Max. Mean Launched Power Min. Mean Launched Power Min. Extinction Ratio Attenuation Range Max. Dispersion Min. Optical Return Loss of Cable Plant at S (including any connectors) Max. Discrete Reflectance between S and R Min. Sensitivity Min. Overload Max. Optical Path

Unit kbit/s nm nm nm

Value STM-1 Ie-1 12611360 LED 80 155520 S-1.1 12611360 MLM* 7.7 L-1.1 12801335 MLM 3 L-1.2 14801580 SLM* 1

dB

30

dBm dBm dB dB ps/n m

14 19 8.2 07 25

8 15 8.2 012 96

0 5 10 1028 246

0 5 10 1028 NA*

dB

NA

NA

NA

20

dB dBm dBm dB

NA 23 14 1

NA 28 8 1

NA 34 10 1

25 34 10 1

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dB

NA

NA

NA

25

MLM: Multi-Longitudinal Mode (laser) SLM: Single Longitudinal Mode (laser)

STM-4 Optical Interface Specifications


0 shows the specifications of the STM-4 optical interface.
STM-4 optical interface specifications

Item Nominal bit rate Application code Operating wavelength Source type Max. RMS Spectral Width () Max. -20dB Spectral Width Min. Side Mode Suppression Ratio Max. Mean Launched Power Min. Mean Launched Power Min. Extinction Ratio Attenuation Range Max. Dispersion Min. Optical Return Loss of Cable Plant at S (including any

Unit kbit/s nm nm

Value STM-4 Ie-4 1261136 0 MLM 14.5 622080 S-4.1 12931334/ 12741356 MLM 4/2.5 L-4.1 13001325 / 12961300 MLM 2.0/1.7 L-4.2 14801580 SLM -

nm

<1

dB

30

dm

dm

15

15

dB dB ps/nm

8.2 07 13

8.2 012 46/74

10 1024 92/109

10 1024 2400

dB

NA

NA

20

24

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OptiX 155/622H(Metro1000) System Description Item Nominal bit rate Application code connectors) Max. Discrete Reflectance between S and R Min. Sensitivity Min. Overload Max. Optical Path Penalty Max. Reflectance of Receiver Measured at R Unit kbit/s Value STM-4 Ie-4 622080 S-4.1 L-4.1

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L-4.2

dB

NA

NA

25

27

dm dm dB

23 8 1

28 8 1

28 8 1

28 8 1

dB

NA

NA

14

27

Allowable Frequency Deviation for the Optical Input Port


As listed in 0.
Allowable frequency deviation for the optical input port

Optical interface level STM-1 STM-4

Standard specifications (ppm) !20 !20

AIS Rate Tolerance of the Optical Output Port


As listed in 0.
AIS rate tolerance of the optical output port

Optical interface level STM-1 STM-4

Standard specifications (ppm) !20 !20

Ethernet Optical Interface


The Ethernet optical interface specification of EGS board as listed in 0. Specification of ELT2 board as listed in 0.

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Parameter Interface 1000BASE-S X 1000BASE-L X

Launched optical power (dBm) 9.5 to 4 11.5 to 3

Central wavelength (nm) 770860 12701355

Receiver overload (dBm) 0 3

Receiver sensitivity (dBm) 17 19

Extinction ratio (dB) 9 9

Specification of ELT2 board optical interface

Parameter Interface 100BASE-SX long distance 100BASE-SX short distance

Type of optical module SLM

Launched optical power (dBm) 15 to 8

Receiver sensitivity (dBm) 36

Transmit distance(km) 15

MLM

19 to 14

32

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Electrical Interface Specifications


AIS Rate Tolerance of the Electrical Output Port
As listed in 0.
AIS rate tolerance of the electrical output port

Electrical interface type 1544 kbit/s 2048 kbit/s 34368 kbit/s 44736 kbit/s

Specifications (ppm) 32 50 20 20

Allowable Attenuation for the Electrical Input Port


As listed in 0.
Allowable attenuation for the electrical input port

Electrical interface type 1544 kbit/s 2048 kbit/s 34368 kbit/s 44736 kbit/s

Specifications (dB) None 06 012 None

Allowable Frequency Deviation for the Electrical Input Port


As listed in 0.
Allowable frequency deviation for the electrical input port

Electrical interface type 1544 kbit/s 2048 kbit/s 34368 kbit/s 44736 kbit/s

Specifications (ppm) 50 50 20 20

Anti-Interference Capability for the Electrical Input Port


As listed in 0.
Anti-interference capability for the electrical input port

Electrical interface type 2048 kbit/s

Specifications (signal-to-noise ratio) 18 dB

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Ethernet Features Test Specification


0 and 0 list the specifications of Ethernet features test.
Test specification of single-port 10M bidirectional full duplex feature

Number of VC-12 bound 5 5 5 5 5 5 5


1

Packet length (bytes) 64 128 256 512 1024 1280 1518

Test result Throughput1 95% 95% 95% 95% 90% 90% 90% Delay2 500s 500s 500s 700s 700s 700s 700s Frame loss ratio3 <5% <5% <5% <5% <10% <10% <10%

Throughput : The maximum frame rate that the system affords on the premise that there is no frame loss. 2 Delay : The period from the last bit of the frame enters the input port to the first bit reaches the output port. 3 Frame Loss Ratio : Under a certain interface rate, the ratio of the frame failed to be forwarded due to insufficient resources against the total frames.

Test specification of single-port 100M bidirectional full duplex feature

Number of VC-12 bound 48 48 48 48 48 48 48

Packet length (bytes) 64 128 256 512 1024 1280 1518

Test result Throughput 95% 95% 95% 90% 90% 90% 88% Delay 500s 500s 500s 700s 700s 700s 700s Frame loss ratio <5% <5% <5% <10% <10% <10% <12%

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Clock Timing and Synchronization


Output Jitter
0 shows the output jitter of the clock interface.
Output jitter of clock interface

Clock interface 1 2

Output jitter (UI-pp) specifications 0.05 0.05

Internal Oscillator Output Frequency in the Free-run Mode


0 shows the specifications for the accuracy of the internal clock frequency.
Internal oscillator output frequency in the free-run mode

Clock interface 1 2

Specification (ppm) 4.6 4.6

Chronic Phase Variation


The chronic phase variation is caused by factors such as temperature and aging, which result in the gradual deviation of the output signal from the master clock. It is often indicated by the maximum time interval error (MTIE) and time deviation (TDEV). MTIE 0 lists the MTIE of chronic phase variation.
Chronic phase variation (MTIE)

Clock interface 1 2

Specifications 100s 63.39ns 63.39ns

300s 79.01ns 79.01ns

600s 90.76ns 90.76ns

1000s 100.52ns 100.52ns

TDEV 0 lists the TDEV of chronic phase variation.


Chronic phase variation (TDEV)

Clock interface 1 2

Specifications 100s 6.4ns 6.4ns

300s 6.4ns 6.4ns

600s 6.4ns 6.4ns

1000s 6.4ns 6.4ns

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Jitter Specification
Output Jitter of the STM-1/STM-4 Synchronous Interface
0 shows the output jitter of the STM-1/STM-4 synchronous interface.
Output jitter of the STM-1/STM-4 synchronous interface

Optical interface level STM-1 STM-4

Optical output jitter (UI-pp) B1 (f1f4) Specifications 0.50 0.50

B2 (f3f4) Specifications 0.10 0.10

Input Jitter Tolerance of the STM-1/STM-4 Port


0 shows the jitter tolerance of the STM-1/STM-4 input port.
Jitter tolerance of the STM-1/STM-4 input port

STM level STM-1 STM-4

Jitter tolerance Specifications (UI) Jitter frequency Jitter f1 frequency f2 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5

Jitter frequency f3 0.15 0.15

Jitter frequency f4 0.15 0.15

Input Jitter Tolerance of the PDH Tributary Port


0 lists the input jitter tolerance of the PDH tributary port.
Input jitter tolerance of the PDH tributary port

Tributary rate (kbit/s) 1544 2048 34368 44736

Jitter tolerance Specification (UI) Jitter frequency Jitter frequency f1 f2 5.0 1.5 1.5 1.5 5.0 1.5 1.5 1.5

Jitter frequency f3 0.1 0.2 0.15 0.15

Jitter frequency f4 0.1 0.2 0.15 0.15

0 is the template of the input jitter tolerance of the PDH tributary port.

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Input jitter range

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A2

A1 f0
Input jitter tolerance template

ft

Frequency

Mapping Jitter of the PDH Tributary Port


0 shows the mapping jitter of the PDH tributary port.
Mapping jitter of the PDH tributary port

Electrical interface type 1544 kbit/s 2048 kbit/s 34368 kbit/s 44736 kbit/s

Mapping jitter (UI-pp) Specifications B1 (f1f4) 0.7 0.4

B2 (f3f4) 0.075 0.075

Combined Jitter of the PDH Tributary Port


0 shows the combined jitter of the PDH tributary port.
Combined jitter of the PDH tributary port

Electrical interface type

Reverse polarity single pointer (UI-pp) B1 B2 1.5 0.4 0.4 0.075 0.075

Regular pointer plus (UI-pp) B1 1.5 0.4 0.4 B2 0.075 0.075

Regular pointer deduction (UI-pp) B1 B2 1.5 0.4 0.4 0.075 0.075

Reverse polarity double pointer (UI-pp) B1 B2 1.5 0.4 0.4 0.075 0.075

1544 kbit/s 2048 kbit/s 34368 kbit/s 44736 kbit/s

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Electromagnetic Compatibility
0 shows the EMC specifications of the equipment.
EMC test

Test items

Standards FCC Part 15 (CFR 47) Class A VCCI V-3 Class A AS/NZS CISPR 22 Class A CNS 13438 Class A GB9254 Class A EN55022 Class A CISPR 22 Class A ETSI EN 300 386 V1.3.2 ETSI ES 201 468 V1.2.1 ICES-003 Class A

EMC

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Environment Requirement
Storage Environment
Climate 0 lists the requirements on climate for storage.
Environment requirement for storage

Item Altitude Air pressure Temperature Temperature variation Relative humidity Solar radiation Heat radiation Wind speed

Standard 5000 m 70 kPa106 kPa 40 to +70 1/min 10%100% 1120 W/s 600 W/s 30 m/s

Waterproof Requirement Equipment storage requirements at the customer site: Generally the equipment should be stored indoors. There is no water on the floor and no water leakage to the packing boxes of the equipment. The equipment should not be stored in places where water leakage tends to occur, such as the fire hydrant and the heating facilities. If the equipment is required to be stored outdoors, the following four conditions should be met at the same time: The packing boxes are intact. Rainproof measures are ready to prevent rain from the packing boxes. No water is on the ground where the packing boxes are stored, let alone the water entering the packing boxes. Prevent the packing boxes from direct sunshine. Biotical Environment Propagation of fungi and mould fungi should be suppressed. No rodent animal, for example, the mouse. Air Cleanness No explosive, electricity conductive, magnetic conductive and corrosive dust The concentration of the mechanical active substances complies with the requirements listed in 0. The concentration of the chemical active substances complies with the Huawei Technologies Proprietary 6-13

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requirements listed in 0.
Mechanical active substances content for storage

Mechanical active substance Suspended dust Precipitable dust Gravel

Content 5.00 mg/m 20.0 mg/mh 300 mg/m

Chemical active substances content for storage

Chemical active substance SO2 H2S NO2 NH3 Cl2 HCl HF O3

Content 0.30 mg/m 0.10 mg/m 0.50 mg/m 1.00 mg/m 0.10 mg/m 0.10 mg/m 0.01 mg/m 0.05 mg/m

Mechanical Stress The mechanical stress for storage is listed in 0.


Mechanical stress for storage

Item Sinusoidal vibration

Sub-item Displacement Acceleration Frequency Collision response spectrum II Static load

Requirement 7.0 mm 2 Hz9 Hz 250 m/s 5 kPa 20.0 m/s 9 Hz200 Hz

Astable collision

Note: Collision response spectrum: A response curve of the highest acceleration, generated by the equipment at the strike of a specified collision. Collision response spectrum II implies the duration of the semisinusoidal collision response spectrum is 6ms. Static load: The downward pressure borne by the packaged equipment piled in a specified way.

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Transportation Environment
Climate 0 lists the requirements on climate for transportation.
Environment requirement for transportation

Item Altitude Air pressure Temperature Temperature variation Relative humidity Solar radiation Heat radiation Wind speed

Requirement 5000 m 70 kPa106 kPa 40 to +70 3/min 10%100% 1120 W/s 600 W/s 30 m/s

Waterproof Requirement The following requirements should be met during the transportation: The packing boxes are intact. Rainproof measures are ready to prevent rain from the packing boxes. There is no water in the transportation vehicle. Biotical Environment Propagation of fungi and mould fungi should be suppressed. No rodent animal, for example, the mouse. Air Cleanness No explosive, electricity conductive, magnetic conductive and corrosive dust. The concentration of the mechanical active substances complies with the requirements listed in 0. The concentration of the chemical active substances complies with the requirements listed in 0.
Mechanical active substances content for transportation

Mechanical active substance Suspended dust Precipitable dust Gravel

Content No requirement 3.0 mg/mh 100 mg/m

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Chemical active substances content for transportation

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Chemical active substance SO2 H2S NO2 NH3 Cl2 HCl HF O3

Content 0.30 mg/m 0.10 mg/m 0.50 mg/m 1.00 mg/m 0.10 mg/m 0.10 mg/m 0.01 mg/m 0.05 mg/m

Mechanical Stress The mechanical stress for transportation is listed in 0.


Mechanical stress for transportation

Item

Sub-item Displacement

Requirement 7.5 mm 2 Hz9 Hz 10 m/s 2 Hz9 Hz 300 m/s 10 kPa 20.0 m/s 9 Hz200 Hz 3 m/s 9 Hz200 Hz 40.0 m/s 200 Hz500 Hz 1 m/s 200 Hz500 Hz

Sinusoidal vibration

Acceleration Frequency Acceleration spectral density Frequency Collision response spectrum II Static load

Random vibration

Astable collision Note:

Collision response spectrum: A response curve of the highest acceleration, generated by the equipment at the strike of a specified collision. Collision response spectrum II implies the duration of the semisinusoidal collision response spectrum is 6ms. Static load: The downward pressure borne by the packaged equipment piled in a specified way.

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Operation Environment
Climate The climate requirement of the OptiX 155/622H is as follows: See 0 for temperature and relative humidity. See 0 for other climate requirements.
Requirement on temperature and humidity

Equipment OptiX 155/622H Note:

Temperature Long-term operation 045

Short-term operation 5 to 50

Relative humidity Long-term Short-term operation operation 10%90% 5%95%

The temperature and humidity values are obtained 1.5 m above the floor and 0.4 m ahead the equipment. Short-term operation means the consecutive operating time of the equipment does not exceed 96 hours, and the operating time accumulated in one year does not exceed 15 days.

Other climate requirements

Item Altitude Air pressure Temperature variation Solar radiation Heat radiation Wind speed

Requirement 4000 m 70 kPa106 kPa 5/h 700 W/s 600 W/s 1 m/s

Biotical Environment Propagation of fungi and mould fungi should be suppressed. No rodent animal, for example, the mouse. Air Cleanness No explosive, electricity conductive, magnetic conductive and corrosive dust. The concentration of the mechanical active substances complies with the requirements listed in 0. The concentration of the chemical active substances complies with the requirements listed in 0.

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Mechanical active substances content for operation

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Mechanical active substance Dust particle Suspended dust Precipitable dust Gravel

Content 3 x 105 particle/m 0.4 mg/m 15 mg/mh 100 mg/m

Chemical active substances content for operation

Chemical active substance SO2 H2S NH3 Cl2 HCl HF O3 CO

Content 0.20 mg/m 0.006 mg/m 0.05 mg/m 0.01 mg/m 0.10 mg/m 0.01 mg/m 0.005 mg/m 5.0 mg/m

Mechanical Stress The mechanical stress for operation is listed in 0.


Mechanical stress for operation

Item Sinusoidal vibration

Sub-item Displacement Acceleration Frequency Collision response spectrum II Static load

Requirement 3.5 mm 2 Hz9 Hz 100 m/s 0 10.0 m/s 9 Hz200 Hz

Astable collision

Note: Collision response spectrum: A response curve of the highest acceleration, generated by the equipment at the strike of a specified collision. Collision response spectrum II implies the duration of the semisinusoidal collision response spectrum is 6ms. Static load: The downward pressure borne by the packaged equipment piled in a specified way.

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Standards Compliance
This chapter gives the standards followed by the OptiX 155/622H.

ITU-T Recommendations
Related ITU-T recommendation G.957 G.702 G.703 G.704 G.707 G.775 G.773 G.774 1 ~ 5 G.783 G.784 G.803 G.813 G.823 Description Optical interfaces of equipments and systems relating to the Synchronous Digital Hierarchy Digital hierarchy bit rates Physical/electrical characteristic of hierarchical digital interfaces Synchronous frame structures used at 1544, 6312, 2048, 8448 and 44736kbit/s hierarchical levels Network node interface for the synchronous digital hierarchy (SDH) Loss of signal (LOS) and alarm indication signal (AIS) defect detection and clearance criteria Protocol suites for Q-interfaces for management of transmission systems Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (SDH) management information model for the network element view Characteristics of Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (SDH) equipment functional blocks Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (SDH) management Architectures of transport networks based on the Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (SDH) Timing characteristics of SDH equipment slave clocks (SEC) The control of jitter and wander within digital networks which are based on the 2048kbit/s hierarchy.

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0Standards Compliance

The control of jitter and wander within digital networks which are based on the 1544kbit/s hierarchy. The control of jitter and wander within digital networks which are based on the Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (SDH). Error performance parameters and objectives for international, cOSNtant bit rate digital paths at or above the primary rate. Management capabilities of transport networks based on the Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (SDH). Types and characteristics of SDH network protection architectures Cooperation of the SDH network protection structures Digital line systems based on the synchronous digital hierarchy for use on optical fibre cables Lower layer protocol profiles for the Q3-interface Upper layer protocol profiles for the Q3-interface Principles for a telecommunicatiOSN management network Definition and test methods for the relevant generic parameters of optical fibre amplifiers Generic characteristics of optical fiber amplifier devices and sub-systems Application related aspects of optical fibre amplifier devices and sub-systems Ethernet over LAPS Generic framing procedure (GFP)

G.831 G.841 G.842 G.958 Q.811 Q.812 M.3010 G.661 G.662 G.663 X.86 G.7041

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IEEE Standards
Related IEEE standards IEEE Std 802.3 Description Carrier sense multiple access with collision detection (CSMA/CD) access method and physical layer specificatiOSN Media Access Control (MAC) parameters, physical Layer, medium attachment units, and repeater for 100 Mb/s operation, type 100Base-T Media Access Control (MAC) parameters, physical Layer, repeater and management parameters for 1000 Mb/s operation Virtual bridged local area networks Aggregation of multiple link segments Media Access Control (MAC) Bridges Port based network access control

IEEE802.3u

IEEE 802.3z

IEEE802.1 q IEEE802.3ad IEEE802.1D IEEE802.1X

IETF Standards
Related IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force) standards RFC2615(1999) RFC1662(1994) RFC1661(1994) Description PPP (Point-to-Point Protocol) over SONET/SDH PPP in HDLC-like Framing The Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP)

Environment Standards
Related environment standards IEC 61000 ETS 300 019-1-3: NEBS GR-63-CORE Description Electromagnetic compatibility(EMC) Class 3.2 Partly temperature-controlled locatiOSN Network Equipment-Building System (NEBS) Requirements: Physical Protection

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Abbreviations and Acronyms


AC ADM AIS ALS APS ATM BER BIOS BITS BSC CAC CAR CDV CMI DC DCC DCE DCN DDN DIP DSL DSLAM DTE Alternating Current Add/Drop Multiplexer Alarm Indication Signal Automatic Laser Shutdown Automatic Protection Switching Asynchronous Transfer Mode Bit Error Ratio Basic Input Output System Building Integrated Timing Supply Base Station Controller Connection Admission Control Committed Access Rate Cell Delay Variation Coded Mark Inversion Direct Current Data Communication Channel Data Communications Equipment Data Communication Network Digital Data Network Dual-In-line Package Digital Subscriber Line Digital Subscriber Line Access Multiplexer Data Terminal Equipment

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OptiX 155/622H(Metro1000) System Description DWDM ECC EIA EMC EML EPL EPLAN ETS ETSI EVPL EVPLAN GFP GSM GUI HDLC ID IEEE IETF IGMP iMAP IP ISP ITU-T LAN LAPS LED LOP LOS LPT LSP MAC Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing Embedded Control Channel Electronics Industry Association ElectroMagnetic Compatibility Element Management Layer Ethernet Private Line Ethernet Private LAN European Telecommunication Standards European Telecommunications Standards Institute Ethernet Virtual Private Line Ethernet Virtual Private LAN Generic Framing Procedure Global System for Mobile Communications Graphic User Interface High-level Data Link Control Identification/Identity Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Internet Engineering Task Force Internet Group Management Protocol Integrated Management Application Platform Internet Protocol Internet Service Provider International Telecommunication Union - Telecommunication Standardization Sector Local Area Network Link Access Procedure-SDH Light Emitting Diode Loss of Pointer Loss Of Signal Link Status Pass Through Label Switched Path Media Access Control

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OptiX 155/622H(Metro1000) System Description MADM MAN MCF MLM ML-PPP MML MODEM MPLS MS MSC MSP MSTP MTIE NE NML OAM OLT ONU OSI OSN PC PDH PE POH PP PPP PT QoS REG RFC RMON RMS Multi-Add/Drop Multiplexer Metropolitan Area Network Message Communication Function Multi-Longitudinal Mode (laser) Multi-link Point to Point Protocol Human-Machine Language Modulator Demodulator Multi-Protocol Label Switching Multiplex Section Mobile Service Switching Center Multiplex Section Protection Multi-Service Transmission Platform Maximum Time Interval Error Network Element Network Management Layer Operation Administration and Maintenance Optical Line Terminal Optical Network Unit Open System Interconnection Optical Switch Network Personal Computer Plesiochronous Digital Hierarchy Provider Edge Path Overhead Path Protection Point-to-Point Protocol Payload Type Quality of Service Regenerator Requirement for Comment Remote Monitoring Root-Mean-Square

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OptiX 155/622H(Metro1000) System Description SCC SDH SEC SEMF SETS SHDSL SLM SNCP SNMP SOH SONET SSM STM STP TDEV TDM TM TMN TU UBR UTP VC VC VC VCI VIP VLAN VLL VP VPN WDM System Control & Communication Unit Synchronous Digital Hierarchy SDH Equipment Clock Synchronous Equipment Management Function Synchronous Equipment Timing Source Single-line High Speed Digital Subscriber Line Single Longitudinal Mode Sub-Network Connection Protection Simple Network Management Protocol Section Overhead Synchronous Optical Network Synchronization Status Message Synchronous Transfer Mode Shielded Twisted Pair Time DEViation Time Devision Multiplex Terminal Multiplexer Telecommunications Management Network Tributary Unit Unspecified Bit Rate Unshielded Twisted Pair Virtual Concatenation Virtual Container Virtual Channel Virtual Channel Identifier Very Important Person Virtual Local Area Network Virtual Leased Line Virtual Path Virtual Private Network Wavelength Division Multiplexing

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Index
A

abbreviation, B-1 acronym, B-1 air cleanness operation requirement, 6-16 storage requirement, 6-12 transportation requirement, 6-14 AIS rate tolerance electrical interface, 6-6 optical interface, 6-4 allowable frequency deviation (for optical interface), 6-4 anti-interference capability,electrical interface, 6-6 appearance back view, 1-7 product, 1-2 application access network, 4-4 Ethernet service, 4-7 interconnecting with third-party, 4-5 mobile station, 4-3 attenuation,electrical interface, 6-6
B

climate environment operation requirement, 6-16 storage requirement, 6-12 transportation requirement, 6-14 clock interface, 1-3 chronic phase variation, 6-8 internal oscillator output frequency, 6-8 output jitter, 6-8 clock interface transmit management information, 4-5 clock protection, 3-3 clock source, 1-4 compliant standard environment related, A-3 IEEE, A-3 IETF, A-3 ITU-T, A-1
D

DCC byte, 4-5 dimension, 6-1


E

biological environment operation requirement, 6-16 storage requirement, 6-12 transportation requirement, 6-14 board Ethernet interface board, 2-6 PDH interface board, 2-4 SCBE, 2-10 SDH interface board, 2-1 slot available, 1-9
C

chain topology, 4-1

EMC compatibility, 6-11 environment air cleanness (for operation), 6-16 air cleanness (for storage), 6-12 air cleanness (for transportation), 6-14 biological (for operation), 6-16 biological (for storage), 6-12 biological (for transportation), 6-14 climate (for operation), 6-16 climate (for storage), 6-12 climate (for transportation), 6-14 mechanical stress (for operation), 6-17 mechanical stress (for storage), 6-13 mechanical stress (for transportation), 6-15 operation requirement, 6-16

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storage requirement, 6-12 transportation requirement, 6-14 waterproof (for storage), 6-12 waterproof (for transportation), 6-14 environment monitoring interface, 1-3 environment related standard, A-3 EPL service, 4-7 EPLAN service, 4-11 equipment level protection, 3-1 equipment parameter, 6-1 Ethernet features test specification, 6-7 Ethernet interface board, 2-6 Ethernet service application, 4-7 EPL, 4-7 EPLAN, 4-11 EVPL, 4-9 EVPLAN, 4-12 type, 4-13 Ethernet service interface, 1-3 EVPL service, 4-9 EVPLAN service, 4-12
F

maintenance, 5-1 management information transmit, 1-5, 4-5 management interface, 1-3 management,network management, 5-2 mechanical stress operation requirement, 6-17 storage requirement, 6-13 transportation requirement, 6-15 MSP ring,protection, 3-2
N

network application, 1-1 network level protection, 1-4, 3-2 networking mode, 4-1
O

orderwire interface, 1-3


P

fiber-shared virtual trail protection, 3-2 frequency deviation,electrical interface, 6-6


G

gigabit Ethernet optical interface, 6-4


H

Hub topology, 4-2


I

IEEE standard, A-3 IETF standard, A-3 interconnecting with third-party equipment, 1-5 interface clock, 1-3 environment monitoring, 1-3 Ethernet service, 1-3 management interface, 1-3 orderwire, 1-3 PDH service, 1-3 power supply, 1-3 SDH service, 1-3 intersecting rings topology, 4-2 IP over DCC, 4-6 ITU-T standard, A-1
J

path protection, 3-2 PDH interface board, 2-4 PDH service interface, 1-3 power consumption, 6-1 power supply interface, 1-3 protection 1+1 hot backup, 3-1 clock, 3-3 equipment level, 3-1 fiber-shared virtual trail protection, 3-2 linear MSP, 3-2 MSP ring, 3-2 network level, 1-4, 3-2 over/under voltage, 3-1 path protection, 3-2 power failure, 3-1 SDH trail, 3-2 SNCP, 3-2
R

ring topology, 4-1 ring with chain topology, 4-2


S

jitter specification, 6-9


L

linear MSP, 3-2

SCBE board, 2-10 SDH interface board, 2-1 SDH service interface, 1-3 SDH trail protection, 3-2 service access type, 1-3 slot,layout, 1-9 SNCP, 3-2 SSM, 3-3 STM-1 optical interface,technical specification, 6-2 STM-4 optical interface,technical specification, 6-3

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system architecture, 1-8


T

tangent rings topology, 4-1 technical specification AIS rate tolerance (for electrical interface), 6-6 AIS rate tolerance (for optical interface), 6-4 allowable frequency deviation(for optical interface), 6-4 anti-interference capability (for electrical interface), 6-6 attenuation (for electrical interface), 6-6 chronic phase variation, 6-8 clock output jitter, 6-8 equipment parameter, 6-1 Ethernet features test specification, 6-7 frequency deviation (for electrical interface), 6-6 gigabit Ethernet optical interface, 6-4 internal oscillator, 6-8 jitter specification, 6-9 STM-1 optical interface, 6-2 STM-4 optical interface, 6-3 topology map, 4-1 TP4, 4-6
U

UPM, 2-11
W

waterproof storage requirement, 6-12 transportation requirement, 6-14 weight, 6-1

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