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SURPASS hiG 1600


SURPASS hiG 1600 V2 - Functions and Hardware

Overview
This document deals with all variants of SURPASS hiG 1600s product version 2. The SURPASS hiG 1600 gateway for access together with the SURPASS hiE 9200 call feature server (CFS) offers a true alternative to today's Central Offices (CO).

SURPASS hiG 1600 provides all subscriber and trunk interfaces traditionally offered from a Class 5 switch. They include POTS and ISDN (via DLU for direct subscriber connection) and open access interfaces like V5.2 for connecting any vendor access equipment. Of course, inter-exchange trunks to the PSTN are also supported.

SURPASS hiE 9200


EWSD

PSTN network Netmanager System POTS, ISDN H.213 ISDN.PRI ACP MGCP MGCP MIC SS7
Switch Switch

STP

SS7

PSTN/ISDN

xDSL H.248 Open Access Gateway

hiR 200/220

hiG 1200

DLU

V93

ISDN-PRI E1/T1 trunks V5.2/GR303 SURPASS hiG 1600 Media Gateway IP Core Network

The traffic from these interfaces is packetized and sent to the converged IP core network. All profitable subscriber features for residential and business customers are still available under the control of the SURPASS hiE 9200. One or more access routers connect the SURPASS hiG 1600 to the IP network. Appropriate redundancy mechanisms provide protection against failures of an access router or LAN failures. In SURPASS solutions the SURPASS hiE 9200 controls the SURPASS hiG 1600 via an proprietary access control protocol (ACP). Associated signaling system no. 7 (SS7) links that terminate on a SURPASS hiG 1600 are tunneled through the IP backbone with circuit emulation service (CES) based nailed-up connections between SURPASS hiG 1600 and the controlling SURPASS hiE 9200. The SURPASS hiG 1600 can work in parallel in one network with other gateway types like hiG 1000, hiG 1600 V1 and hiG 1100/1200. The following figure provides an abstract of the different SURPASS hiG 1600 applications.
SURPASS hiE 9200

Benefits Next Generation Network (NGN) voice / voice-band data access to packet backbone highly scalable voice / voice-band data access and/or local exchange replacement wide variety of access types (e.g. V93, V5.2, ISDN-PRI, ISDN-BA and POTS) full voice feature set right from start seamless interworking with existing TDM environment facilitates network introduction integral part of SURPASS, Next Generation Network Solutions featuring common management

Structure
The SURPASS hiG 1600 provides the functional units: one or multiple Packet Service Controller (PSC) In the standard configuration the packet service controller (PSC) consists of the: Packet Service Controller, type D (PSC(D) basic shelf and Packet Service Controller, type D (PSC(D) extension shelf The Packet Service Controller, type D (PSC(D) contains the following types of functional units: Feature processor unit type Ethernet (FPU-E) with Packet Switch Controller Cards (PSC-C) Packet Switching Ethernet (PS-E) or ESB connector card (ECON) Optional functions units are: Synchronous Transfer Module Interface (STMI) Line Trunk Unit, special LTU:S If the SURPASS hiG 1600 is used in available infrastructure (line/trunk groups), the PSC(D) consists of: Feature processor unit type Ethernet (FPU-E) with Voice Module Cards 480 (VMC 480) Packet Switching Ethernet (PS-E) or ESB connector card (ECON)

SURPASS hiG 1600 access gateway

SURPASS hiG 1600 network feature server IP Core Network

Switch Switch

STP

Switch Switch

STP

SS7 PSTN network SURPASS hiG 1600 trunk gateway

SS7 PSTN network

SURPASS hiE 9200

Management system

SURPASS hiG 1600 Packet Service Controller (PSC) Packet Service Controller type D basic shelf (PSC(D)) LTU:S 4

V5.1 ISDN-BRI POTS ADSL

PS-E 1 PS-E 0 IP Core Network

DLU
FPU-E STMI (optional) PSC-C 0

PSC-C 4 LTU:S 0 VM

E1/T1 trunks ISDN-PRI V5.2

Voice module

V5.1 ISDN-BRI POTS ADSL

Packet Service Controller type D extension shelf (PSC(D)) LTU:S 4

DLU
FPU-E STMI (optional) PSC-C 0

PSC-C 4 LTU:S 0 VM

ECON 1 ECON 0

E1/T1 trunks ISDN-PRI V5.2

Voice module

Packet Service Controller (PSC)


The packet service controller (PSC) forms the core unit of the SURPASS hiG 1600. The PSC provides connectivity for the multiple DLUs, ISDN-PRI (e.g. for PBX access), links to V5.2 access equipment and TDM trunks to the PSTN. In the smallest configuration (one shelf in frame PSC(D) occupied) the PSC consists of 1 to 5 Feature Processor Unit Type Ethernet (FPU-E), an optional STMI module and two Ethernet Packet Switches (PSE).

The FPU-E is a logical multi-module compound. From the functionality point of view it provides Feature Processor (FP) / Line Trunk Group (LTG) functions (TDM connectivity, call processing), and Voice Module (VM) functions (voice processing, Codecs, IP connectivity) FP/LTG functions are provided by the Packet Switch Controller Cards (PSC-C) or legacy LTGs, mainly for special services. Voice Module functions are provided by the PSC-C or the Voice Module Card (VMC) which is used in combination with the LTGs.

FPU-E Type

Modules

no. of FP/LTG functions per FPU-E 4 4

Remarks

PSC-C based VMC 480 /LTGP based VMC480 /LTGN based VMC 480 /LTGH based VMC 480 /LTGD based

1 PSC-C 1 LTU:S (optional) 1 VMC 480 1 LTGP 1 LTU:S (optional) 1 VMC 480 1 LTGN 1 LTU:S (optional) 1 VMC 480 1 LTGH 1 LTU:S (FHMA) 1 VMC 480 1 LTGD

Standard type for SURPASS hiG 1600 For re-use of legacy LTGPs in upgrade scenarios for T1 interfaces *)

1...4

1...4

for X.25 Packet Handler Interface for the concentration of DSS1 Dchannel packet data *) for CCITT No. 5 signalled trunks *)

1...4

*) on project request

The PSC-C is the standard FPU-E module of the SURPASS hiG 1600. It consists of a Feature Processor Type P (FP-P) with piggyback Voice Module (VM). The FP-P is the interface between the access (ISDN-PRA, trunks, V5.2) and the Voice Module. The FP-Ps can process all the signaling systems used on the lines connected to them. For special services each PSC-C has co-located one slot for special services modules (LTU:S) e.g. PHMC for handling of V5.2 interfaces with high packet data throughput from/to the ISDN D-channels. In addition to the 5 PSC-C the PSC shelf is able to house the following modules 5 x service module in Line Trunk Unit, special LTU:S (optional) 2 x Ethernet Switch Board type B (ESB) in basic shelf 2 x Ethernet Connector Board (ECON) in extension shelf for shelf cascading 2 x STMI modules (STM-1 interface, optional) The Voice Module (VM) is a piggyback module for the M:FP-P with ASIC and DSPs and provides the voice processing functionality and Codecs for up to 512 voice channels. VMs have redundant interfaces towards the Ethernet Switch Board type B (ESB). Under control of the corresponding feature processor or LTG, the VMs are responsible for the TDM/IP conversion (VoIP functionality) for all outgoing and incoming calls. These signal processing functions are implemented using digital signal processors (DSP) and ASICs. Besides the voice Codec functionality (with or without voice compression) the VM performs other signal processing functions like echo cancellation, silence suppression and comfort noise insertion, DTMF / Fax / Modem tone detection.

For the reuse of existing line/trunk groups (LTGs) each PSC (D) frame can contain up to 5 Voice Module Cards 480 (VMC 480) with piggyback voice module (VM). The VMC 480 provides the IP interface for these LTGs via the proprietary 8 Mbit/s SN interface. The Synchronous Transfer Module Interface (STMI) module pair comes with an STMI working (W) and an STMI protect (P) module, providing one optical or electrical STM-1 interface. This STM-1 interface is used to aggregate up to 63 E1 interfaces (TDM) towards the first 4 of the possible 5 PSC-C in the same PSC shelf. In a configuration with working and protecting module the STMI provides linear MSP (Multi-Section Protection). Packet switching ethernet (PS-E) The packet switching ethernet (PS-E) inter-connects the PSC-Cs / VMCs of the PSC with the IP core network. Each PS-E provides a Gigabit Ethernet (GE) as uplink interface to the IP core network. As an option for lowtraffic configurations a Fast Ethernet (FE) interface can be used as uplink. Two more FE interfaces are provided on the uplink side for optional physical separation of the PSC's OAM and control traffic from the RTP bearer traffic. Beside its functionality as a Layer 2 switch the PS-E is also responsible for collecting external alarms and the clock distribution within one PSC.

For the SURPASS hiG 1600 the Ethernet Switch Type B (ESB) will be used as PS-E. The Ethernet Switch Type B (ESB) incorporates 3 entirely different and independent functional units: a managed layer 2 Ethernet switch with 24 fast Ethernet ports (10/100Base-T) and 2 Gigabit Ethernet ports (GBIC) for VoIP and OA&M trafc aggregation / distribution to / from the PSC-Cs / VMCs and the IP core. a TDM clock synchronization / distribution unit with a 1544 kHz / 2048 kHz input for an external reference clock generator and various outputs with 2048 kHz / 8 kHz toward other ESBs in the rack (via daisy chaining) and the PSC-Cs / VMCs within the PSC. an alarm handler unit, to which alarm sensors can be connected from inside and outside the rack. The redundancy concept of ESB is based upon hot standby. The ESB always works in a redundant configuration, that means that there are two active ESB nodes which are completely independent from an OAM point of view, using different IP addresses for OAM and payload. In the extension PSC shelf instead of the ESB modules an ESB Connector card (ECON) has to be plugged, which routs the FE and clock signals between PSCC/VMC modules of the extension shelf and the ESB in the PSC basic shelf The ECON module carries only short signal connections between several backplane pins: 10 x FE to PSCC/VMC, 1x FE to STMI (W) and 5 x clock for PSCC/VMC.

Management
For operation, administration and maintenance (OA&M) of SURPASS hiG 1600 the management system NetManager is used. This is the same management system which is used for the SURPASS hiE 9200 and for the DLUIP. The Siemens NetManager is the single network management solution for EWSD TDM switches and SURPASS Next Generation Switching solutions which helps network operators save investments and increase operations efficiency. The NetManager consists of the Base System and optional, value-added applications on network and service management level. The Base System ensures the operability of SURPASS hiG 1600 (e.g. creation of objects, alarm handling, etc.). The optional applications automate management and service processes, thus helping to reduce OA&M efforts substantially (e.g. performance monitoring, service provision, etc.). The information exchange between SURPASS hiG 1600 and NetManager (e.g. alarms, software download, etc.) is performed via the IP network using different protocols (e.g. SNMP for alarm forwarding, TFTP for file transfer, etc.).

Technical data
Packet service controller (PSC) General access interfaces (software-configurable) trunk interfaces to PSTN core network interfaces max. number of E1 line per rack to the PSTN max. number of STM-1 line per rack to the PSTN Power feeding ambient temperature PDH transport SDH transport (with STM-1 interface) EMC (emission) product safety rack height rack depth rack width ISDN-PRI, V5.2, V93 (for EWSD-DLU connection), MFC-R2 CCS trunk (SS7), CAS trunk (#5, MFC-R2) gigabit Ethernet (GE), fast Ethernet (100BaseT) 320 E1 4 STM-1 -48 V or -60 V DC -5oC to +45oC G.703, G.704, G.732, G.832 G.707, G.708, G.783, G.957 CE compliant - in accordance with EN 55022 Class B CE compliant - in accordance with EN 60950 2200 mm 600 mm 600 mm transmission of SS7 msgs. in accordance with line signaling procedure register signaling procedure signaling protocol to SURPASS hiE 9200 rack height rack depth rack width 1 x Gigabit Ethernet (uplink) 1 x Fast Ethernet for payload (optional for small low-traffic configurations) 1 x Fast Ethernet for OA&M (optional) 1x Fast Ethernet for control (optional) 11 x Fast Ethernet for connection of 1 PSC(D) extended frame internal interfaces (to other boards within a PSC(D) frame) up to 11x Fast Ethernet in backplane to VMs (IP payload, OA&M, control) and to the optional STMI (OA&M) within the same shelf 1 x Gigabit Ethernet as cross channel to partner ESB board Feature processor (FP-P) interfaces to DLU 16 PCM for connection of DLUs and as E1 trunk / PRI interfaces 496 (16 x 31) (1 Erlang both way) > 16 years physical external interface to PSTN max. number of TDM channels (64 kBit/s channels both way) per rack local switching (hair-pinning) interface protocols 9920 (320 E1 x 31 channels) (1 Erlang both way) yes (IP based) ISDN-PRI V5.2 V93 (for EWSD-DLU connection) MFC-R2 E1 balanced (120 ohms) or unbalanced (75 ohms) according to G.703 STM-1 optical short haul 1310 nm according to G.957 S-1.1 STM-1 optical long haul 1310 nm according to G.957 L1-1 STM-1 electrical unbalanced (75 ohms) according to G.703 ITU-T SS7 R2 (Q.421), R2a (Q.411), etc. #5, MFC-R1, MFC-R2 ACP 375 mm 310 mm 515 mm

Ethernet switching type B (ESB) interface to IP network

number of TDM channels (64 kBit/s channels both way) MTBF

Voice module (VM) max. number of VoIP channels SN interface between FP-P and VM CODECs ISDN transparent access Fax over IP 512 4 x 127 = 504 channels per 64 kBit/s G.711, G.723.1, G.726, G.729 A&B, Clearmode 64 kbit/s Fax over G.711 or T.38 (SURPASS hiG 1600 V2.1, or higher) inband or outband (complex Codecs) or RFC2833 (SURPASS hiG 1600 V2.1, or higher)

DTMF

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