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Contents
1 Product Overview....................................................................... 1-1
2 Product Features.......................................................................2-1
2.1 Multiple Services Integration.........................................................................................................................2-1
2.2 New Storage Media........................................................................................................................................2-2
2.2.1 USB.......................................................................................................................................................2-2
2.2.2 CF Card.................................................................................................................................................2-3
2.3 Convergence of Routing and Switching.........................................................................................................2-3
2.4 IPv6.................................................................................................................................................................2-4
2.5 A Rich of Interfaces........................................................................................................................................2-5
2.6 Abundant Services..........................................................................................................................................2-5
2.7 Powerful Forwarding/Service Processing......................................................................................................2-7
2.8 High Reliability..............................................................................................................................................2-7
2.9 Superior QoS..................................................................................................................................................2-8
2.10 Perfect Security Mechanism.........................................................................................................................2-9
2.11 Robust Route Policy.....................................................................................................................................2-9
2.12 Globalization Design..................................................................................................................................2-10
2.13 3G Supported..............................................................................................................................................2-10

3 System Structure.......................................................................3-1
3.1 Product Appearance........................................................................................................................................3-1
3.1.1 AR 29-21 Router View..........................................................................................................................3-1
3.1.2 AR 29-41 Router View..........................................................................................................................3-2
3.2 System Description.........................................................................................................................................3-3
3.2.1 Fixed interfaces.....................................................................................................................................3-3
3.2.2 Interface Cards......................................................................................................................................3-4
3.2.3 Processor and Memory..........................................................................................................................3-4
3.2.4 Power Supply........................................................................................................................................3-5
3.2.5 Indicator Implications...........................................................................................................................3-5
3.3 Interface Attributes.......................................................................................................................................3-10
3.4 Supported Interface Cards............................................................................................................................3-17
3.4.1 Supported SIC Interface Cards............................................................................................................3-17
3.4.2 Supported Multifunctional Interface Modules (MIMs)......................................................................3-18
3.4.3 ESM Module.......................................................................................................................................3-19
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3.4.4 VPM and VCPM Module....................................................................................................................3-19

4 System Feature List and Performance Index................................4-1


4.1 Quidway AR 2921&41 Feature List...............................................................................................................4-1
4.2 System Performance Index of Quidway AR 2921&41 Routers.....................................................................4-8

5 Applications and Solutions.........................................................5-1


5.1 Network Application of Integrated Multiple Services....................................................................................5-1
5.2 Network Application of Comprehensive Services in Enterprises..................................................................5-2
5.3 Carrier Network Applications.........................................................................................................................5-2
5.4 IPv6 Network Application..............................................................................................................................5-3
5.5 MPLS VPN Network Application..................................................................................................................5-4
5.6 Network Application of Voice Services..........................................................................................................5-5
5.7 Network Application of Security Services.....................................................................................................5-6
5.8 Network Application of Integrated Routing and Switch................................................................................5-7

6 Ordering Guide..........................................................................6-1
6.1 Host.................................................................................................................................................................6-1
6.2 Interface Modules Available for AR 29-21/29-41..........................................................................................6-1

A Acronyms and Abbreviations......................................................A-1

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Figures
Figure 3-1 Front view of the AR 29-21 routers...................................................................................................3-1
Figure 3-2 Rear view of the AR 29-21 routers....................................................................................................3-2
Figure 3-3 Front view of the AR 29-41 routers...................................................................................................3-2
Figure 3-4 Rear view of the AR 29-41 routers....................................................................................................3-3
Figure 3-5 Front panel of AR 29-21 MPU...........................................................................................................3-5
Figure 3-6 Rear panel of AR 29-21 MPU............................................................................................................3-6
Figure 3-7 Front panel of AR 29-41 MPU...........................................................................................................3-7
Figure 3-8 Rear panel of AR 29-41 MPU............................................................................................................3-8
Figure 5-1 Networking diagram for the integrated multiple services network...................................................5-1
Figure 5-2 Comprehensive networking diagram for the medium and big-sized enterprises...............................5-2
Figure 5-3 Networking application in the carrier network or big-sized network................................................5-3
Figure 5-4 IPv6 networking diagram...................................................................................................................5-4
Figure 5-5 MPLS VPN network application.......................................................................................................5-5
Figure 5-6 Networking diagram for voice services.............................................................................................5-6
Figure 5-7 Networking diagram for security services.........................................................................................5-7
Figure 5-8 Networking diagram of routing and switching convergence.............................................................5-8

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Table 3-1 Quidway AR 29-21/29-41 fixed interfaces..........................................................................................3-3
Table 3-2 Quidway AR 29-21/29-41 interface cards...........................................................................................3-4
Table 3-3 Quidway AR 29-21/29-41 processor and memory..............................................................................3-4
Table 3-4 Other Quidway AR 29-21/29-41 hardware..........................................................................................3-5
Table 3-5 Implications of indicators on the front panel of AR 29-21 MPU........................................................3-6
Table 3-6 Implications of indicators on the rear panel of AR 29-21 MPU..........................................................3-7
Table 3-7 Implications of indicators on the front panel of AR 29-41 MPU........................................................3-8
Table 3-8 Implications of indicators on the rear panel of AR 29-41 MPU..........................................................3-9
Table 3-9 Console port attributes.......................................................................................................................3-10
Table 3-10 USB interface attributes...................................................................................................................3-10
Table 3-11 FE electrical interface attributes......................................................................................................3-10
Table 3-12 GE electrical interface attributes......................................................................................................3-11
Table 3-13 GE optical interface attributes.........................................................................................................3-11
Table 3-14 Aux port attributes...........................................................................................................................3-12
Table 3-15 Synchronous serial port attributes....................................................................................................3-12
Table 3-16 Asynchronous serial port attributes..................................................................................................3-13
Table 3-17 AM interface attributes....................................................................................................................3-13
Table 3-18 CE1/PRI interface attributes............................................................................................................3-13
Table 3-19 E1-F interface attributes...................................................................................................................3-13
Table 3-20 CE3 interface attributes...................................................................................................................3-14
Table 3-21 ISDN BRI interface attributes..........................................................................................................3-14
Table 3-22 155M ATM interface attributes........................................................................................................3-14
Table 3-23 ADSL2+ interface attributes............................................................................................................3-15
Table 3-24 ADSL-I Interface attributes.............................................................................................................3-15
Table 3-25 POS/CPOS interface attributes........................................................................................................3-15
Table 3-26 Analog voice interfaces (E&M, FXO and FXS) attributes..............................................................3-16
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Table 3-27 VE1 voice interface attributes..........................................................................................................3-16


Table 3-28 G.SHDSL interface attributes..........................................................................................................3-17
Table 3-29 Encryption card attributes................................................................................................................3-19
Table 4-1 Quidway AR 2921&41 Feature List....................................................................................................4-1
Table 4-2 System performance index of Quidway AR 2921&41 routers............................................................4-8
Table 6-1 List of host of Quidway AR 29-21/29-41............................................................................................6-1
Table 6-2 List of SIC interface modules of Quidway AR 29-21/29-41...............................................................6-1
Table 6-3 List of FIC interface modules of Quidway AR 29-21/29-41...............................................................6-3
Table 6-4 List of Encryption Sub-cards modules of Quidway AR 29-21/29-41.................................................6-6
Table 6-5 List of Voice Processing Sub-cards modules of AR 29-21/29-41........................................................6-6

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Product Overview

AR 19/29/49 series routers are the next generation of AR series routers that Huawei brought
into the market on the basis of success in AR series and AR 18/28/46 series routers. Upgraded
and enhanced comprehensively based on the original routers in terms of hardware/software,
this series of routers have improved price/performance ratio and multi service integration
capability significantly. It is further divided into three series: AR 19, AR 29 and AR 49, which
are positioned in ascending order. AR 19 and AR 29 can be used as the edge access
equipments of large networks or carrier networks, and the core of branches or small
businesses; AR 49 can be used as the core of large and medium-size enterprise networks as
well as the edge/aggregation access equipments of large networks or carrier networks.
With VRP V5 network OS platform from Huawei, AR 19/29/49 series routers continuously
support software features of original R series and AR 18/28/46 series. For example, it offers
feature-rich network security; delivers backup center- and VRRP-based backup solutions;
supports MPLS L3/L2 VPN, ADSL access, PPPoE Server/Client, IP multicast; and provides a
rich of QoS (Quality of Service) features and so on. At the same time, VRP V5 OS platform
supports IPv6 and other rich features. Additionally, AR 19/29/49 series routers use
international standards-compliant hardware and software, guaranteeing the interoperability
with other products on all layers, and thus protecting users existing investments. As a result,
the next generation of AR series routers, combined with other series of Quidway routers and
LAN Switches, can provide all-around and end-to-end network solutions for users in such
industries as telecom, ISP (Internet Service Provider), tax, police, railway, education and
electric power as well as large and medium-size enterprise users.
Here are the features of Quidway AR 2921&41 routers:

New software architecture: with the next generation of powerful, multi-services, scalable
and componentized advanced OS platform VRP V5 that Huawei has invested heavily,
this series of routers provide a full support of IPv6 and the compatibility with IPv4. It not
only supports the existing software features of V3, but also delivers a diversity of
functions, satisfying the demanding requirements of networks and services.

Smoothly scalable and advanced hardware architecture: This series of routers separate
resources from services for higher resource utilization and investment protection. The
built-in encryption engine can enhance encryption and meet increasingly rigorous
security. Time Division Multiplex (TDM) slot switching function can bring higher local
call completion rate and quality. High-density voice boards, crypto-accelerator boards
and switching boards can improve performance and service integration. Use of common
pinch cards and common LPUs makes it possible to smoothly integrate diverse services
modules. In addition, a variety of extended services are available and new storages like
USB and CF Flash are supported

Product Features

Quidway AR 2921&41 is the mid-range products between AR 19 series and AR 49 series in


the next generation of AR series routers. Quidway AR 2921&41 provides a variety of models
and higher interface density and forward performances. It is intended to the center access
equipments and network site access equipments of small- and mid-sized businesses as well as
the edge access equipments of carrier networks.
Following are the features of the next generation of AR series routers.

2.1 Multiple Services Integration


The next generation of AR series routers allow enterprises to build a data, voice and IP phone
integrated network on a single platform. Higher data and voice integration density brings
voice over IP applications into a new stage while streamlining network operation management
and reducing maintenance costs.
To support such a single platform integrating diverse services, the next generation of AR
series routers have redefined architecture. On the one hand, it meets the current services
requirements of users. On the other hand, it provides means to extend services flexibly and
protect user investments well.
Forwarding, security and voice features of the next generation of AR series routers are
boosted at a large extent than predecessors. Higher slot density is also available because of
new built-in slots in the next generation of AR series routers.
Multiple services integration of the next generation of AR series routers includes the
following features:

Comprehensive routing and switch convergence


The next generation of AR series routers have realized integrated design and implementation
in terms of hardware and software. You can use all the features of routers and switches
seamlessly. See section for 2.3 Convergence of Routing and Switching for details.

2.1.1 CF Card
Compact Flash Card (CF card), an advanced mobile storage, features high speed, high
capacity, compact factor, light and low power consumption.

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AR 19/29/49 series routers support CF card. You can upgrade and replace CF card without
opening the chassis. As for easy of use, it represents a design vision of personalization. As the
software features and services of routers are changing, the size of VRP5 software platform is
increasingly growing. A design to fix storage capacity is a risk and obstacle for software
upgrading. Use of CF card can solve this issue. You can protect investments perfectly and
provide ongoing service scalability for users.

2.2 Convergence of Routing and Switching


SIC/MIM slots in the next generation of AR series routers support many kinds of Layer 2
switching modules. In which AR 2921&41 routers support 4/8/16/24-port
SIC/DSIC/MIM/DMIM switching modules. Coupled with switching functions of VRP5
software platform, the next generation of AR series can ensure comprehensive routing and
switch convergence.
The Ethernet switch modules of the next generation of AR series routers are capable of
realizing Layer 2 switch LAN interface-to-Layer 3 WAN interface conversion. In case of
access to Ethernet, up to four Layer 3 WAN interfaces can be configured to facilitate flexible
networking.
The Ethernet switch modules of the next generation of AR series routers allow for perfect
Layer 2 Ethernet switch features and related protocols, for example, VLAN, MAC address
management, STP, port aggregation LACP, 802.1x and QoS/ACL and so on. Where
SIC/DSIC cards are designed to implement low density access switches that provide basic
Layer 2 switch feature; MIM/DMIM cards are designed to implement high density access and
aggregation switches that provide intelligent and scalable Layer 2 switch feature.
MIM/DMIM cards are hot-swappable. DMIM card comes with photoelectric Combo GE
interface to enable access in different distances. At the same time, GE interface
interconnection can be used to realize expansion of ports and VLAN domain between
modules.
Plug-in cards with different densities and different features can adapt to different user
requirements while streamlining networking. Multi-services routers work well when switch
modules enable L2 wire speed forwarding, meeting the requirements of routing and switch
integration and replacing the networking of traditional routers and Ethernet switches in deed.
As a result, users can use and manage devices flexibly.

2.3 IPv6
Todays Internet is running on the basis of IPv4 protocol. With the rapid development of the
Internet, limited address space defined by IPv4 will be exhausted. Short of address will make
an adverse effect on the continuous development of the Internet, and severely restrict the
application of IP technologies and the prospect of networks in the future. IPv6, as the basis of
the next generation of networks, is broadly recognized for its outstanding technical
advantages, which are shown as follows:

Flexible header format

Larger address space

Valid hierarchical addressing and routing system

Full state and stateless address configuration

Built-in security
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QoS

Robust negotiation mechanism for neighbor discovery

Scalability

Meeting mobile requirements (3GPP determined to use IPv6 to build the next generation
of IPv6 core network)

The next generation of AR series routers support the following IPv6 features:

IPv6 address

Local link unicast address

Local site unicast address

Global unicast address

Multicast address

IPv6 Neighbor Discovery

Neighbor Discovery (ND) host

Neighbor Discovery (ND) router

IPv6 Path MTU

IPv6 ACL

IPv6 routing protocol

IPv4 to IPv6 migration

Network Address Translation-protocol Translation) NAT-PT

Packet and message translation

IPv6-IPv4 tunneling

2.4 A Rich of Interfaces


The next generation of AR series routers come with a rich of physical interfaces. General
interfaces include: syn/asyn serial interface, Ethernet interface, E1 interface, E1-Finterface,
CE3 interface, ISDN BRI/PRI interface analog modem (AM) interface, voice interface, xDSL
interface, SDH interface and Ethernet port.

Ethernet interfaces: FE and GE;

Frame relay interfaces: E1, E1-F, syn serial interface, E3;

X.25 interfaces: E1, E1-F, syn serial interface, E3;

ISDN interfaces: ISDN BRI, ISDN PRI;

PSTN interfaces: asyn serial interface, E1, AM, ADSL2+;

DDN network interfaces: syn/asyn serial interface, E1, E1-F, E3;

Voice interfaces: analog voice interfaces (including FXS/FXO/E&M), digital voice


interfaces (including VE1);

USB interface: USB 1.1;

Layer 2 Ethernet ports;

POS/CPOS interface.

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2.5 Abundant Services


The next generation of AR series routers provides a large number of services as follows:
xDSL
The next generation of AR series routers has an optional SIC-ADSL2+ interface card. SICADSL2+ offers common phone interfaces. By leveraging digital code modulation technology,
you can access digital subscriber line access multiplexer (DSLAM) devices through the
existing copper phone lines and obtain higher data transmission capacity.
With ATM adaptation layer 5 (AAL5) as the ATM adaptation layer protocol, the next
generation of AR series routers provides traffic services like constant bit rate (CBR), variable
bit rate (VBR) and unspecified bit rate (UBR). Many issues, such as IP packet over ATM,
authentication and accounting, are also solved through IPoA, PPPoA and PPPoEoA
technologies. This series of routers is applicable to high speed data services and transmission
of larger data packets and helpful for small- and medium-sized enterprises networks to access
the Internet directly through broadband.
MPLS VPN and traditional VPN
The next generation of AR series routers supports Layer 2 and Layer 3 tunneling protocols.
Layer 2 tunneling protocol (L2TP) is helpful for users to enable dial-in virtual private data
network (VPDN) and leased-line VPN services. Layer 3 tunneling protocol is enabled based
on generic routing encapsulation (GRE) protocol. Combined with IPSec technology, it
provides a full set of network security solutions for leased-line VPN, including access control,
connectionless integrity and data source authentication, anti-replay, encryption and traffic
classification and encryption. Both tunneling protocols can be used independently or jointly to
provide better services.
MPLS is the combination of IP and ATM. It uses a short, fixed long label to replace IP header
to identify data flows and as the basis of forwarding to provide higher forwarding rate. With
the support of IP routing protocol and control protocol, MPLS can meet the network
requirements of diverse new applications. In a MPLS network, tagged packets are transferred
along the label switched path (LSP) made up of a series of label switch routers (LSRs). Using
MPLS to enable VPN is of natural advantages because LSP itself is a tunnel on the public
network. MPLS VPN refers to combine the geographical branches of a private network into a
unified network. It supports the reuse of IP addresses between branches and interoperation
between VPNs. AR 19/29/49 series routers can function as not only label edge routers (LERs)
but also label switch routers (LSRs). When AR 19/29/49 series routers locate at the edge of a
label domain, they as LERs can connect MPLS domains and non-MPLS domains as well as
different MPLS domains, and classify services, distribute labels, encapsulate or strip off
multi-tier labels. When the next generation of AR series resides in a MPLS domain, it as LSR
can exchange label packets.
DCC
The next generation of AR series routers provides a perfect dial-in solution, with two dial-in
modes supported: Circular DCC and Resourced-Shared DCC. In some cases, a connection is
built and communication is carried out between routers only when there are messages need to
transfer. So the transferred messages are time-free, small in volume and unexpected. DDC
comes into being to offer a flexible and cost-effective solution for users. Especially, ResourceShared DCC is rather perfect. It allows more than one dial-in user to share physical interfaces
and make different calls through dialer pool. In real circumstances, DCC generally is used in
backup mode to guarantee the master line communication. When the master line cannot
communicate services for a line failure or other reasons, DCC provides a backup line to

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guarantee the operation of services. In addition, DCC can enable callback, including PPP
callback, ISDN calling line identification callback.
Voice
The next generation of AR series routers provides mainstream voice communication protocols
like H.323 and SIP for a variety of voice services such as emergency call/dial-in policy/fax/EPHONE, and a variety of voice interfaces such as FXS/FXO/VE1
By employing high performance digital signal process (DSP) chipset and high compression
ratio coding/decoding algorithm, combined with the features from VRP V5 software platform
like security, QoS and policy-based routing, the next generation of AR series routers can
ensure the transmission of voice over IP through silence compression, comfortable noise and
anti-jitter measures.
Two connection modes are supported: quick connection and non-quick connection. The next
generation of AR series routers carries out out-band transmission of dual tone multi-frequency
(DTMF) codes with tunneling while offering busy tone detection and some special services
for PBX (for example, Do-Not-Disturb, transfer in busy and alarm clock).
Voice processing module (VPM) is also supported. It is a DSP array and easy of upgrading
and expansion. All VE1 interface cards share DSP resources of VPM, saving user investments
and maximizing hardware resources.
The next generation of AR series routers provides a rich of voice interfaces that can not only
directly connect to general phones/faxes, but also connect to PBX switches through trunks
like AT0 and E1. It realizes interoperation with voice gateways from other vendors well in
addition to high density and qualified voice and fax communications, protecting the existing
investments of users effectively. When E1 trunk is used to connect a PBX, R2 signaling as
well as DSS1 and Q.SIG signaling on ISDN PRI interface are supported. One-stage/dualstage dial-in services are available. Synchronous transmission of voice and data on PRI
interface is also supported. As a result, the utilization is improved and the scope of supported
services is enlarged.
The next generation of AR series routers offers Gateway Keeper (GK) Client function that
maintains communications with GK Server through Registration, Admission and Status
(RAS) signaling. In this way, GK Server provides Quidway voice gateway services like
access permission, address translation, bandwidth management and voice gateway
management. At the same time, it can network with mainstream voice gateway flexibly. This
makes the next generation of AR series routers fit for large- and medium- sized voice
communications in enterprises.
By compressing redundant information like voice header on low-speed PPP serial links, IP
Header Compression (IPHC) reduces the bandwidths used by voice channels significantly and
maximizes network resources.
The next generation of AR series routers provides voice RADIUS function. When a voice call
occurs, the router reports statistics including call duration, number of packets and number of
bytes to RADIUS Server for accounting.

2.6 Powerful Forwarding/Service Processing


IP packet forwarding efficiency is a key index of performance measurement. When the router
forwards a packet according to general procedure, it needs to look up the routing table based
on the network layer information of the packet to determine a best path for forwarding. And
each subsequential packet will be processed by this process repeatedly. In addition to flexible
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services and protocol processing, the next generation of AR series routers uses advanced
quick route search algorithm to enable fast forwarding, improving forwarding and services
processing capabilities significantly. The next generation of AR series routers supports fast
forwarding on a variety of high speed link interfaces. It can also forward packets rapidly in
conjunction with QoS and firewall.

2.7 High Reliability


Hot-swappable power supply/interface card/fan
According to carrier-class product requirements, the next generation of AR series routers is
designed to support dual-power supply hot backup as well as hot-swappable power
supplies/FIC interface cards/fan racks. Replacement is performed without affecting services
so as to meet the high reliability requirements of carrier-class networks on devices.
Backup center and VRRP
With Backup Center and VRRP, the next generation of AR series routers provides a backup
solution in case of a communication line or device failure to guarantee smooth data
communication, and thus boosting network robusticity and reliability effectively. Backup
Center supports backup load balancing.
External storages like CF card and USB Flash memory
CF card and USB Flash memory can be used to store many system files and configuration to
improve system reliability. External storages can accommodate a large volume of system logs
and security logs for backing up, browsing and archiving.

2.8 Superior QoS


The next generation of AR series routers are developed based on VRP5 platform. The QoS of
V5 platform has inherited all the QoS features of previous VRP versions. That is, it supports
Diff-Serv standard well. At the same time, it adds the supports of IPV6 QoS as well as MPLS
Traffic Engineering (MPLS TE) and MPLS Resource Reservation Protocol (MPLS RSVP).
QoS Diff-Serv model includes traffic classification, traffic policing, traffic shaping, queue
management and queue scheduling that completely enables six sets of PHB services (EF, AF1
to AF4, BE) defined in standards. This allows network operators to provide users different
levels of service guarantee, making the Internet a real data, voice and video integrated
network.
The enablement of Differentiated Service (Diff-Serv) includes traffic classification, traffic
policing (CAR), traffic shaping (GTS), congestion management (PQ/CQ/WFQ/CBQ) and
congestion avoidance (WRED).

Traffic classification: identify interesting objects by a certain matching rule. Traffic


classification is the premise for differentiated services.

Traffic policing: monitor the specifications of the specified traffic flowed into the router.
Once the traffic has exceeded the specifications, you can take restriction or punishment
measures to protect business interests and network resources of operators.

Congestion management: measures you must take to settle resource competition in case
of network congestion. Generally, it places packets in a queue for caching and uses a
scheduling algorithm to determine the forwarding order.
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Congestion avoidance: too congestion may damage network resources. Congestion


avoidance monitors the utilization of network resources. When it finds that the
congestion is aggravating, it drops packets proactively and relieve network overload by
adjusting traffic.

Traffic shaping: a traffic control measure that actively adjusts the traffic output rate.
Generally, it is used to adapt to the available network resources from the downstream
routers and avoid unnecessary packet drop and congestion.

MPLS traffic engineering (MPLS TE) is a QoS technology based on Int-serv module. By
combining traffic engineering and MPLS, you can establish a LSP tunnel to the designated
path and reserve resources. So network traffic can bypass congested nodes for the purpose of
balancing. The next generation of AR series routers can use QoS in a MPLS network flexibly.
Furthermore, it can use original QoS of Diff-Serv for CE and PE routers and QoS of Int-Serv
for MPLS aggregation/core networks to realize real end-to-end QoS guarantee.

2.9 Perfect Security Mechanism


The next generation of AR series routers has many authentication methods (plain text
authentication and MD5) and supports two kinds of user authorization modes: local
authentication and RADIUS authentication. it can authenticate user IDs and authorization to
prevent from illegal configuration of devices.
The ACL feature of the next generation of AR series routers is used to create a combination of
rules that permit or deny based on source/destination IP address segments (including host
address) or source/destination ports. This is applicable to the following cases where you can
control access to the traffic on the user side or the network side and set the rights to access
local information network or WAN by users for the purpose of protecting key servers,
protecting system users, restricting foreign access, preventing from network attacks and
supporting real-time updating.
The network address translation (NAT) feature of the next generation of AR series routers
allows for translation and recovery of IP addresses and ports. At the same time, it allows the
Intranet to provide limited access to internal hosts by user configurations. The feature can also
meet high capacity and high performance to adapt to the position of the next generation of AR
series routers in a network. In addition to above mentioned basic functions, the NAT feature
of the next generation of AR series routers limits the number of concurrent connections of
individual users. As a result, it can reduce network strike from malicious resource occupation
while meeting general network applications. You can output address translation information
through logs to analysis network failures and locate hidden security troubles. The NAT feature
provides application layer gateway (ALG) function for common specific application layer
FTP and ICMP.
Furthermore, Quidway AR 2921&41 routers have plenty of statistics including traffic
statistics, traffic sample and NAT information statistics.

2.10 Robust Route Policy


Route policy consists of a series of rules which are broken into three types used for route
publication, route receiving and route import respectively. Route policy is referred to as route
filter, because the definition of a policy is equivalent to the definition of a set of filters and
applying these filters before receiving/publishing route information or exchanging route
information between different protocols.
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Route policy is used with routing protocols to strengthen the control of routing protocols.
When exchanging route information with the peer, a upper layer routing protocol may need to
only receive or publish a part of route information meeting the specified conditions; when
importing the route information of other routing protocols, the route protocol may need to
only import a part of route information meeting the conditions, and set some attributes of the
imported route information to satisfy the requirements of the protocol. Route policy provides
a way to enable these functions for route protocols.
Route policies supported on the next generation of AR series routers include route policy
definition, route import and distribution definition and restriction rules like route prefix,
autonomous system path, community attribute and access list. The use of route policy is of
great practical value to enhance the manageability of networks.

2.11 Globalization Design


According to UL, CE and FCC standards, the next generation of AR series routers is designed
to conform to certification requirements in home, Europe and North American

2.12 3G Supported
AR 2921&41 router as the new-generation AR Series Router that provide the 3G wireless
option offers a cost-effective, convenient deployment, reliable backup solution. AR 2921&41
router with 3G feature can be deployed in small businesses, enterprise small branch office. 3G
wireless can be used for the scenario describe below

The new building with out cable.

The primary WAN connectivity where wire line service such as XDSL is not available
or too expensive to deploy.

The cable for the building can not reach .such as the communication must deploy among
mountains or islands.

It is very convenient for mobile office.

AR 2921&41 router support the latest 3G standards (High-Speed Packet Access [HSPA]) and
are backward-compatible with Universal Mobile Telecommunications Service (UMTS),
Enhanced Data rates for Global Evolution (EDGE), and General Packet Radio Service
(GPRS).
The detailed information of 3G features application, you can find them in ARx9 3G Feature
Guidance in 3ms. http://3ms.huawei.com/mm/docMaintain/mmMaintain.do?
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System Structure

Quidway AR 2921&41 routers use an integrated design. AR 29-41 is 2U high and AR 29-21
is 1U (1U = 44.45mm) high. Quidway AR 29-21/29-41 routers have the same overall chassis
layout that can be installed in 19in standard racks.

3.1 Product Appearance


3.1.1 AR 29-21 Router View
Product Front View
Figure 1.1 Front view of the AR 29-21 routers

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Product Rear View


Figure 1.1 Rear view of the AR 29-21 routers

AR 29-21 is 1U high. There are one CF card slot, one CONSOLE port, one AUX port, two
USB interfaces on the front panel and two GE interfaces, four SIC interface card slots (two
horizontal slots can be combined to support DSIC) and two MIM interface card slots on the
rear panel. Power input locates on the front panel, with AC power supply and RPS supported.

3.1.2 AR 29-41 Router View


Product Front view
Figure 1.1 Front view of the AR 29-41 routers

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Product Rear view


Figure 1.1 Rear view of the AR 29-41 routers

AR 29-41 is 2U high. There are one CF card slot, one CONSOLE port, one AUX port, two
USB Host interfaces on the front panel, and 2-GE Combo interface RJ 45 and SFP
connectors, four SIC interface card slots (two horizontal slots can be combined to support
DSIC) and four MIM interface card slots (two horizontal slots can be combined to support
DMIM) on the rear panel. Power input locates on the front panel, with AC power supply and
RPS supported.

3.2 System Description


3.2.1 Fixed interfaces
Figure 1.1 Quidway AR 29-21/29-41 fixed interfaces
Item

Fixed interfaces

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AR 29-41

Console

AUX

USB

GE

Two electrical
interfaces

Two GE Combo interfaces

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GE Combo interface means that there is only one GE interface in the board but one electrical
interface and one optical interface outside. You can use them if necessary. Using electrical interface
and optical interface simultaneously is prohibited. When cables and optical fibers are connected
simultaneously, by default electrical interface works.

Of two USB interfaces, USB 0 supports Host or Device mode; USB 1 supports only Host mode.

3.2.2 Interface Cards


Figure 1.1 Quidway AR 29-21/29-41 interface cards
Item
External modules

Internal modules

AR 29-21

AR 29-41

SIC

4 SICs or 2 DSICs

4 SICs or 2 DSICs

MIM

4 MIMs or 1 DMIM

ESM

VCPM

VPM

Two horizontal SIC slots can be combined a large slot supporting DSIC; two horizontal MIM slots
can be combined a large slot supporting DMIM;

VPM (DSP strip) must be used with VCPM (voice co-processing) pinch card for the decompression
of multiple digital voice (E1) lines.

3.2.3 Processor and Memory


Figure 1.1 Quidway AR 29-21/29-41 processor and memory
Item

AR 29-21

AR 29-41

Processor

PowerPC 533MHz

PowerPC 667MHz

Boot ROM

4M

4M

DDR SDRAM:

DDR SDRAM:

Default: 256MB

Default: 256MB

Maximum: 1GB

Maximum: 1GB

Default: 256MB

Default: 256MB

Maximum: 1GB

Maximum: 1GB

Memory

CF card

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Boot ROM holds the boot files used for startup.

Memory holds the communication data with CPU when the system works.

CF card (256M) holds the software and configuration of the system. When the software is reading or
writing from/to a CF card, the CF card indicator goes on. At this time you cannot draw out the CF
card. Otherwise the files stored in the CF card will be damaged.

3.2.4 Power Supply


Figure 1.1 Other Quidway AR 29-21/29-41 hardware
Item

AR 29-21

AR 29-41

Dimension (H W D)
(excluding feet and rackmounting ear)

442 441.8
44.2 mm

442 422.3 88.2 mm

(17.4 17.39
1.74 inch)

(17.4 16.63 3.47 inch)

Weight

6.9 kg (15.21 lb)

11.9 kg (26.23 lb)

Rated Input AC voltage

100 to 240 VAC;

100 to 240 VAC;

50/60 Hz

50/60 Hz

Maximum power

125W

210W

Operating temperature

0 to 40C (0 to
104F)

0 to 40C (0 to 104F)

Relative humidity
(noncondensing)

5% to 90%

5% to 90%

AR 2921&41 routers support AC power supply and RPS. You can use different power supplies
according to different applications.

3.2.5 Indicator Implications


AR 29-21 indicator implications
Figure 1.1 Front panel of AR 29-21 MPU

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Figure 1.2 Implications of indicators on the front panel of AR 29-21 MPU


Indicat
or

PWR

SYS

USB
(device)

CF

Monochrom
atic/dichro
matic

Monochromatic

Dichromatic

Monochromatic

Dichromatic

Quantit
y

Status

Function

Go on in green

The board supplies


power well.

Go off

The board does not


supply power.

Flashing in green
(0.5Hz)

The system works well.

Flashing in green
(4Hz)

Starting up the system

Go off

No input voltage or
MPU failure

Go on in yellow

Failure

Go on in green

Attained to the Host and


hot-swappable

Go off

Not being attained to the


Host

Go on in green

CF card is on, and


success in host
examination.

Flashing in green

The system is accessing


CF card. Do not insert or
draw out.

Go on in yellow

CF card is on, but failure


to host examination.

Go off

CF card is not inserted


or recognizable.

Figure 1.3 Rear panel of AR 29-21 MPU

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Figure 1.4 Implications of indicators on the rear panel of AR 29-21 MPU


Indicat
or

Monochroma
tic

Quantit
y

Status

Function

Go on in green

VPMx is on and valid.

Go on in yellow

VPMx is on but
invalid.

Go off

VPMx is off.

Go on in green

ESMx is on and valid.

Go on in yellow

VPMx is on but
invalid.

Go off

VPMx is off.

Go on in green

VCPM is on and valid.

Go on in yellow

VCPM is on but
invalid.

Go off

VCPM is off.

Go on in orange

100M/10M connection
is established

Flashing in
orange

Receive/send data at
100M/10M

Go on in green

1000M connection is
established

Flashing in green

Receive and send data


at 1000M

Go off

No connection

/dichromatic
VPM0
through
VPM1

ESM0
through
ESM1

VCPM

GE0
through
GE 1

Dichromatic

Dichromatic

Dichromatic

Dichromatic

(two
indicators
contained
by the
connector)

AR 29-41 indicator implications


Figure 1.1 Front panel of AR 29-41 MPU

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Figure 1.2 Implications of indicators on the front panel of AR 29-41 MPU


Indicat
or

PWR

SYS

USB
(device)

CF

Monochromati
c
/dichromatic

Monochromatic

Dichromatic

Monochromatic

Dichromatic

Qua
ntit
y

Status

Function

Go on in green

The board supplies power


well.

Go off

The board does not supply


power.

Flashing in green
(0.5Hz)

The system works well.

Flashing in green
(4Hz)

Starting up the system

Go off

No input voltage or MPU


failure

Go on in yellow

Failure

Go on in green

Attained to the Host and


hot-swappable

Go off

Not being attained to the


Host

Go on in green

CF card is on, and success


in host examination.

Flashing in green

The system is accessing CF


card. Do not insert or draw
out.

Go on in yellow

CF card is on, but failure to


host examination.

Go off

CF card is not inserted or


recognizable.

Figure 1.3 Rear panel of AR 29-41 MPU

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Figure 1.4 Implications of indicators on the rear panel of AR 29-41 MPU


Indicat
or

Monochroma
tic

Quanti
ty

Status

Function

Go on in green

VPMx is on and
valid.

Go on in yellow

VPMx is on but
invalid.

Go off

VPMx is off.

Go on in green

ESMx is on and
valid.

Go on in yellow

VPMx is on but
invalid.

Go off

VPMx is off.

Go on in green

VCPM is on and
valid.

Go on in yellow

VPMx is on but
invalid.

Go off

VCPM is off.

Go on in orange

100M/10M
connection is
established

Flashing in orange

Receive/send data at
100M/10M

Go on in green

1000M connection is
established

Flashing in green

Receive and send


data at 1000M

Go off

No connection

/dichromatic
VPM0
through
VPM2

ESM0
through
ESM 1

VCPM

GE0
through
GE 1
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Dichromatic

Dichromatic

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3.3 Interface Attributes


Console port
Figure 1.1 Console port attributes
Metrics

Parameter

Interface standard

RS232

Connector

RJ45

Rate

9600bps to 115200bps

USB interface
Figure 1.1 USB interface attributes
Metrics

Parameter

Interface standard

USB2.0

Connector

USB Host

Rate

1.2 Mbps to 12 Mbps

Interface mode

Host/Device

FE Electrical Interface
Figure 1.1 FE electrical interface attributes
Metrics

Layer 2 FE electrical
interface parameter

Layer 3 FE electrical
interface parameter

Interface standard

10/100Base-TX

10/100Base-TX

Interface type

MDI/MDIX

MDI

Connector

RJ45

RJ45

Rate

10/100Mbps

10/100Mbps

Operating mode

10/100Mbps auto-sensing

10/100Mbps auto-sensing

Full duplex/ half duplex

Full duplex/ half duplex

Supporting only Layer 2


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GE Interface
AR 29-21 MPU has two 10/100/1000Mbps auto-sensing Ethernet electrical interfaces; AR 2941 MPUs have two gigabit Combo interfaces respectively. Each interface supports two kinds
of connectors: optical and electrical. Where electrical interface uses RJ45 connector and
optical interface uses Small Form-Factor Pluggable (SFP) module. You can select it as
required.
AR 29-41 provide five kinds of 1000Base-FX SFP pluggable optical interface modules. You
can select short haul multi mode (850nm), mid-haul single mode (1310nm), long haul single
mode (1310nm), long haul single mode (1550nm) and ultra long haul single mode (1550nm)
optical modules if necessary. All optical modules come with LC interface and are hotswappable.
Here are the GE interface features:
Figure 1.1 GE electrical interface attributes
Item

Description

Connector type

RJ45

Interface type

MDI/MDIX auto-sensing

Frame format

Ethernet_II
Ethernet_SNAP

Operating mode

10/100/1000Mbps auto-sensing
Full duplex/half duplex
(Configuring 1000Mbps and half duplex simultaneously is
prohibited.)

Figure 1.2 GE optical interface attributes


Item

Description

Connector
type

SFP/LC

Interface
standard

802.3, 802.3u and 802.3ab

Trans
mitting
optical
power

Typ
e

Short-haul
multi mode
(850nm)

Mid-haul
multi mode
(1310nm)

Long haul

Long haul

(1310nm)

(1550nm)

Ultra long
haul
(1550nm)

Min
.

-9.5dBm

-9dBm

-2dBm

-4dBm

-4dBm

Ma
x.

0dBm

-3dBm

5dBm

1dBm

2dBm

-17dBm

-20dBm

-23dBm

-21dBm

-22dBm

Receiving
sensitivity

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Description

Core wave
length

850nm

1310nm

1310nm

1550nm

1550nm

Optical fiber
type

62.5/125m
multi mode
optical fiber

9/125m
single mode
optical fiber

9/125m
single mode
optical fiber

9/125m
single mode
optical fiber

9/125m
single mode
optical fiber

Maximum
transmission
distance

0.55km

10km

40km

40km

70km

Operating
mode

1000 Mbps full duplex

AUX port
Figure 1.1 Aux port attributes
Metrics

Parameter

Interface standard

RS232 (supporting remote Modem configuration)

Connector

RJ45

Rate

9600bps to 115200bps

Synchronous serial port


Figure 1.1 Synchronous serial port attributes
Metrics

Parameter

Interface standard

V.24 (DTE/DCE), V.35 (DTE/DCE), X.21 (DTE/DCE),


RS449 (DTE/DCE) and RS530 (DTE/DCE)

Connector

DB28

Rate

1200Mbps to 2.048Mbps (baud rate (bps): 1200, 4800, 9600,


19200, 38400, 115200, 56000, 64000, 72000, 128000, 384000
and 2048000)

Asynchronous serial port


Figure 1.1 Asynchronous serial port attributes

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Metrics

Parameter

Interface standard

V.24 (DTE/DCE)
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AM interface
Figure 1.1 AM interface attributes
Metrics

Parameter

Interface standard

G.712

Connector

RJ45

Bandwidth

300Hz to 3400Hz

CE1/PRI interfaces
Figure 1.1 CE1/PRI interface attributes
Metrics

Parameter

Interface standard

G.703 and G.704

Connector

DB15 (MIM-1E1/ MIM-2E1)


DB25 (MIM-4E1)

Rate

CE1/PRI: 2.048Mbps (n64k bps, n=1...31)

E1-F interfaces
Figure 1.1 E1-F interface attributes
Metrics

Parameter

Interface standard

G.703 and G.704

Connector

DB15 (MIM-1E1-F/ MIM-2E1-F)


DB25 (MIM-4E1-F)

Rate

E1:2.048Mbps (n64kbps, n=1...31)

Standard CE3 interface


Figure 1.1 CE3 interface attributes
Metrics

Parameter

Interface standard

G.703 and G.704

Connector

SMB

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Metrics

Parameter

Rate

CE3: 34.368Mbps

ISDN BRI interface


Figure 1.1 ISDN BRI interface attributes
Metrics

Parameter

Interface standard

ISDN BRI interface

Connector

RJ45

Rate

64Kbps and 2B+D

155M ATM interface


Figure 1.1 155M ATM interface attributes
Metrics

Parameter

Interface standard

SDH/SONET

Connector

FE optical connector supporting single mode optical fiber and


multimode optical fiber

Rate

OC-3/STM-1 (155Mbps)

ADSL2+ interface
Figure 1.1 ADSL2+ interface attributes
Metrics

Parameter

Interface standard

ITU-T 992.1 G.DMT


ITU-T 992.2 G.Lite
ITU-T G992.3 ADSL2
ITU-T G992.5 ADSL2+
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Connector

RJ11

Rate

Up to 1024 Kbits/s on the upstream and 24Mbit/s on the


downstream

Services

ADSL2+ access over common phone lines

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ADSL-I Interface
Figure 1.1 ADSL-I Interface attributes
Item

Parameter

Interface
standard

G. 992.1

Connector

RJ11

Interface rate

Up to 8Mbps on the downstream and 1024kbps on the upstream

Services

ADSL access over ISDN lines

POS/CPOS (E1) interface


POS is a 155.52Mbps non-channelized interface and CPOS is a 1155.52Mbps channelized
interfaces. Both can be split into E1 channel.
Figure 1.1 POS/CPOS interface attributes
Item

Parameter

Interface
standard

SONET OC-3/SDH STM-1

Connector

SFP/LC

Interface rate

155.52Mbps

Transm
itting
optical
power

Type

Short haul
multi mode

Mid-haul
single mode

Long haul
single mode

Ultra long haul single


mode

Min.

-19.0 dBm

-15.0 dBm

-5.0 dBm

-5.0 dBm

Max
.

-14.0 dBm

-8.0 dBm

0 dBm

0 dBm

Receiving
sensitivity

-30.0 dBm

-28.0 dBm

-34.0 dBm

-34.0 dBm

Overload
optical power

-14.0 dBm

-7.0 dBm

-9.0 dBm

-10.0 dBm

Core wave
length

1310nm

1310nm

1310nm

1550nm

Maximum
transmission
distance

2km

15km

40km

80km

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Item

Parameter

Optical fiber
type

62.5/125m
multi mode
optical fiber

9/125m
single mode
optical fiber

9/125m
single mode
optical fiber

9/125m single mode


optical fiber

Analog voice interfaces (E&M, FXO and FXS)


Figure 1.1 Analog voice interfaces (E&M, FXO and FXS) attributes
Metrics

Parameter

Interface standard

G.712

Connector

RJ48

Bandwidth

300 to 3400Hz

VE1 voice interface


Figure 1.1 VE1 voice interface attributes
Metrics

Parameter

Interface standard

G.703 and G.704

Connector

DB15(VE1)

Rate

CE1/PRIVE1: 2.048Mbps (n64k bps, n=1...31)

G.SHDSL interface
Figure 1.1 G.SHDSL interface attributes
Metrics

Parameter

Interface standard

G.991.2G.703 and G.704

Connector

RJ11

3.4 Supported Interface Cards


3.4.1 Supported SIC Interface Cards
Quidway AR 2921&41 routers support the following smart interface cards (SICs):
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Ethernet interface cards

1-port 10Base-T/100Base-TX Ethernet interface card (SIC-1FEA)

1-port 10M/100M/1000M electrical and optical Ethernet SIC interface card (SIC-1GEC)

WAN interface cards

1-port enhanced high-speed syn/asyn serial port interface card (SIC-1SAE)

1-port nonchannelized E1 interface card (SIC-1E1-F)

2-port nonchannelized E1 interface card (SIC-2E1-F)

1-port E1/CE1/PRI compatible interface card (SIC-1EPRI)

1-port ADSL over POTS interface card (SIC-1ADSL)

1-port analog Modem interface card (SIC-1AM)

2-port analog Modem interface card (SIC-2AM)

Voice interface cards

1-port voice subscriber circuit interface card (SIC-1FXS)

2-port voice subscriber circuit interface card (SIC-2FXS)

1-port voice FXO interface card (SIC-1FXO)

2-port voice FXO interface card (SIC-2FXO)

1-way E1 voice SIC interface card (SIC-1VE1)

8FXS+8FXO Voice Interface MIM Module(RT-MIM-8FXS8FXO)

16-Port FXS Voice Interface MIM Module(RT-MIM-16FXS)

Ethernet switching cards

4-port 10M/100M Ethernet Layer 2 switching card (SIC-4FSW)

9-port 10M/100M Ethernet Layer 2 switching card (SIC-9FSW)

3.4.2 Supported Multifunctional Interface Modules


(MIMs)
Quidway AR 2921&41 routers support the following multifunctional interface modules
(MIMs):

Ethernet interfaces

1-port 10Base-T/100Base-TX Fast Ethernet interface module (1FE)

2-port 10Base-T/100Base-TX Fast Ethernet interface module (2FE)

1-port 10Base-T/100Base-TX/1000Base-T Ethernet electrical interface module (1GBE)

2-port 10Base-T/100Base-TX/1000Base-T Ethernet electrical interface module (2GBE)

1-port 1000Base-SX/1000Base-LX GE optical interface module (1GEF)

2-port 1000Base-SX/1000Base-LX GE optical interface module (2GEF)

WAN modules

2-port enhanced high-speed syn/asyn serial port interface module (2SAE)

4-port enhanced high-speed syn/asyn serial port interface module (4SAE)

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8-port enhanced high-speed syn/asyn serial port interface module (8SAE)

8-port enhanced asyn serial port interface module (8SAE)

16-port enhanced asyn serial port interface module (16SAE)

1-port channelized E1 module (1E1)

2-port channelized E1 module (2E1)

4-port channelized E1 module (4E1)

8-port channelized E1 module (75ohm) (8E1(75))

1-port nonchannelized E1 module (1E1-F)

2-port nonchannelized E1 module (2E1-F)

4-port nonchannelized E1 module (4E1-F)

8-port nonchannelized E1 module (75ohm) (8E1-F(75))

4-port ISDN BRI S/T module (jumper mode) (4BSE)

1-port G.SHDSL interface module-MIM-1G.SHDSL

1-port channelized E3 module (1CE3)

1-port SDH/SONET interface module (1POS)

1-port ATM/155M multimode interface module (SC)-MIM-1AMM

1-port ATM/155M single mode long haul optical interface module (1310nm, 30km, SC)MIM-1ASL

1-port ATM/155M single mode optical interface module (1310nm, 15km, SC)-MIM1ASM

Voice modules

2-port voice subscriber circuit interface module (2FXS)

2-port voice AT0 analog relay interface module (2FXO)

2-port voice E&M analog relay interface module (2E&M)

4-port voice subscriber circuit interface module (4FXS)

4-port voice FXO interface module (4FXO)

4-port voice E&M analog relay interface module (4E&M)

1-port E1 voice module (1VE1)

2-port E1 voice module (2VE1)

Ethernet switching cards

16-port 10M/100M and 1-port 1000BASE-T/1000BASE-X (COMBO) Ethernet Layer 2


switching interface card (16FSW)

24-port 10M/100M and 2-port 1000BASE-T/1000BASE-X (COMBO) Ethernet Layer 2


switching interface card (24FSW)

Encryption module

High performance network data encryption module (HNDE)

3.4.3 ESM Module

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Standard network data encryption ESM module (ESM-SNDE)

ESM module supports IPSec and by using hardware encryption expedites IP packet
encryption. The use of hardware encryption/decryption and hashing operation allows the
router to encrypt packets with high performance and reliability.
The encryption card is optional. On a router installed with an encryption card, the main
control board functions to route IP packets and implement encryption-enabled VPN, while the
encryption card functions to encrypt packets.
Figure 1.1 Encryption card attributes
Attribute

Description

Protocol

IP sec

Hardware encryption algorithm

Key algorithms: DES, 3DES, AES


Authentication algorithms: HMAC-MD5-96,
HMAC-SHA-1-96

3.4.4 VPM and VCPM Module


VPM (Voice Processing Module) functions to implement the encryption/decryption, EC and
CNG of voices.
VCPM (Voice Co-Processing Module) processes the voice data in combination with VPM.

Voice co-processing module RT-VCPM

8-way voice processing module RT-VPM8

16-way voice processing module RT-VPM16

24-way voice processing module RT-VPM24

32-way voice processing module RT-VPM32

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4.1 Quidway AR 2921&41 Feature List


Figure 1.1 Quidway AR 2921&41 Feature List
Item

Description

Network
interconnecti
on

LAN protocol

ARP

(proxy ARP, free ARP, authorization ARP)

Ethernet_II

Ethernet_SNAP

VLAN (PORT-BASED VLAN/MAC-BASED


VLAN/VLAN-BASED PORT ISOLATE/ VOICE
VLAN)

802.3x

LACP(802.3ad)

802.1p

802.1Q

802.1x

RSTP(802.1w)

MSTP(802.1s)

IGMP Snooping

GVRP

PORT LOOPBACK

PORT MUTILCAST suppression

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Description
WAN protocols

IP services
Networ
k
protoco
ls

Non-IP services

IP application

PPP, and MP

PPPoE Client, and PPPoE Server

PPP/MP over FR

FR, and MFR

FR Fragment, FR Compress, and FR over IP

FRTS

ATM (IPoA, IPoEoA, PPPoA and PPPoEoA)

DCC, and Dialer Watch

HDLC

LAPB

X25, X25 over TCP and X25 to TCP

X25 PAD, X25 Huntgroup and X25 CUG

MODEM

3G Modem

Fast forwarding (unicast/multicast)

TCP

UDP

IP Option

IP unnumber

Policy routing

IPX

Netstream

Terminal access

Ping

DHCP Server

DHCP Relay

DHCP Client

DNS client

DNS Static

DDNS

NQA

IP Accounting

UDP Helper

NTP

Telnet

TFTP Client

FTP Client

FTP Server

(unicast/multicast)

and Trace

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IP route

Static routing management

Dynamic routing protocols

RIP/RIPng
OSPF
OSPFv3
BGP
IS-IS

Multicast routing protocols

IGMP
PIM-DM
PIM-SM
MBGP
MSDP
MPLS

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LDP

LSPM

MPLS TE

MPLS FW

MPLS/BGP VPN

L2VPN

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Description
IPv6

IPv6 basic functions

IPv6 ND

IPv6 PMTU

IPv6 FIB

IPv6 ACL

IPv6 Fast-forwarding

IPv6 transition technologies

NAT-PT

IPv6 tunneling

6PE

IPv6 routing

IPv6 static routing management

Dynamic routing protocols


RIPng
OSPFv3
IS-ISv6
BGP4+

Multicast routing protocols

Port security

AAA

Firewall

Data security

MLD

PIM-DM

PIM-SM

PIM-SSM

PPPoE Client&Server

PORTAL 2.0

802.1x

Local authentication

Radius

HWTacacs

ASPF

ACL

FILTER

Attack Protection

IKE

IPSec

Encryption card

Portal

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Other security
technologies

Reliability

L2TP

NAT/NAPT

PKI

RSA

SSH V1.5/2.0

SSL

URPF

GRE

EAD

Supports VRRP

Supports the backup center

L2 QoS
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WRED(Port)

CAR

LR

Flow-base QOS Policy

Port-Based Mirroring

Flow-Based Mirroring

Cos-Based HOLB(Head of Line


Blocking)Prevention

Packet Remarking

Flow Redirect

Flow Accounting

Priority Mapping

Port Trust Mode

Port Priority

Flow Filter

FlowControl&Backpressure

ACL

Traffic
supervision

Supports CAR (Committed Access Rate)

Supports LR (Line Rate)

Congestion
management

FIFO, PQ, CQ, WFQ, CBQ and RTPQ

Congestion
avoidance

WRED/RED

Traffic shaping

Supports GTS (Generic Traffic Shaping)

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Other QOS
technologies

Wireless

Codec

Maintainabilit
y

Media Process
Conformed
standard

MAC address
management

FR QOS

MPLS QOS

MP QoS/LFI

cRTP/IPHC

ATM QOS

Sub-interface QOS

User Profile

G.711A law

G.711U law

G.723R53

G.723R63

G.729a

G.729R8

RTP/cRTP

IPHC

802.11b

802.11g

WPA

WPA 2

WMM

Multi-SSID, SSID hiding

Station aging, station keepalive

Power-saving mode, access authentication

802.11 DCF scheduling

Short-retry threshold, long-retry threshold

Frame-rx lifetime, frame-tx lifetime

Frame fragmentation

Preamble-length type

AP radio interfaces record statistics

Automatically adjust transmit data rate

802.11g protection

Multi-SSID-VLAN binding

Layer 2 forwarding

Layer 3 forwarding

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Security

Open system authentication

Shared-key authentication

Advertisement of RSNA capability

Negotiate about WPA capability

802.1x authentication

EAP

PMK (pairwise master key)

PTK (pairwise transient key)

WEP-40, WEP-104

TKIP

AES-CCMP

Use different cipher suites in different ESS static


blacklist

Supporting combination of multiple algorithms

RF

RF-related parameters customizable

Network
management

SNMP V1/V2c/V3

MIB

SYSLOG

RMON

Web-based network management system

CWMP(TR-069)

Command line management

File system management

Auto-config

Dual image

Hotfix

User Profile

Supports console interface login

Supports AUX interface login

Supports TTY interface login

Supports telnet (VTY) login

Supports SSH login

Supports FTP login

Supports X25 PAD login

XMODEM

Local
management

User access
management

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Description
Others

Maintainabilit
y

Network
management

Local
management

User access
management

Voice RADIUS

VoFR

PSTN BACKUP

Mutli country tone

SNMP V1/V2c/V3

MIB

SYSLOG

BIMS

RMON

WEB Network manager

CWMP(TR-069)

Command line

File system

auto-config

Dual Image

Hotfix

User Profile

Console port

AUX port

TTY port

Telnet (VTY)

SSH

FTP

X25 PAD

XMODEM

4.2 System Performance Index of Quidway AR


2921&41 Routers
Figure 1.1 System performance index of Quidway AR 2921&41 routers

Argument

AR 29-21

AR 29-41

Packet processing capacity

180 Kpps

220 Kpps

Frame delay (64Bytes in the maximum


of 100% traffic)

< 0.1 ms

< 0.1 ms

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AR 29-21

AR 29-41

Frame loss rate (in the maximum of


110% traffic)

< 10%

< 10%

System startup time

< 120 s

< 120 s

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5.1 Network Application of Integrated Multiple


Services
By leveraging pinch cards directly embedded in the main board and the new VRP5 software
platform from Huawei, the next generation of AR series routers provides a full set of services
integrating switching, voice and security applications in order to implement a variety of
services applications cost-effectively and conveniently, including voice applications.
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Services in Enterprises
For small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), a full series of AR 19/29/49 routers can be
used for comprehensive services networks, where AR 49 series routers serve as the core in
enterprises and AR 19/29 series routers as the access devices in branches. A variety of
services are available, including data, video, voice and fax. For large or ultra large enterprises,
Quidway NE series high-end and core routers are used as the core in enterprises and AR 29/49
series routers as the access devices on the edge and aggregation layer in branches. The
following illustrates a typical network application where AR 49 series routers serve as the
core.
Figure 1.1 Comprehensive networking diagram for the medium and big-sized enterprises

Quidway AR 49 series routers are used in the headquarters and connected to branch networks
through Ethernet, digital data network (DDN), frame relay, X.25 or synchronous digital
hierarchy (SDH) to form a backbone. Quidway AR 19/29 series routers are used in branches
and connected to remote users through Ethernet, PSTN/ISDN to provide access services for
home office and mobile office users.
Lots of network services are available, including popular services at present, for example,
data transfer, VoIP, fax and video.

5.3 Carrier Network Applications


Quidway AR 19/29/49 series is applicable to networks in enterprises. In addition, it can be
used as routers on the aggregation or access layer in carriers networks to form a
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comprehensive data communication network with high-end and core routers, high-end and
core switches, low-end and mid-range routers and firewall. Here is a typical network.
Figure 1.1 Networking application in the carrier network or big-sized network

Quidway NE series high-end and core routers are used in the core to form a backbone ring
network. NE40, NE16E and NE08E can function as core routers. 155M POS or GE links are
used in the backbone. At the same time, dual devices are used in each stage for higher
reliability of backbone.
AR 19/29/49 series routers are used on the aggregation layer and the access layer to access the
networks on the corresponding layers. These devices use 155M, 100M Ethernet and 2M lines
as their communication links.
Other high-end, mid-range and low-end devices from Huawei are used as switches and
firewall in the network.

5.4 IPv6 Network Application


The next generation of AR series routers provides a full support for IPv6, one of its important
features. To protect user investments and the compatibility with the existing IPv4 networks,
IPv4 is also supported. With dual-stacking technology, the next generation of AR series
routers can ensure the concurrent operation of pure IPv4 devices and pure IPv6 devices in a
network properly. The following figure is an IPv6 network application.

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Figure 1.1 IPv6 networking diagram

AR 49 series routers with IPv6/IPv4 dual-stacking technology are used in the headquarters
and AR 19/29 series routers are used in branches. You can use IPv4 independently or
IPv6/IPv4 dual-stacking technology for networking. For network communications from IPv6
to IPv4, tunneling also can be used to realize seamless communications between IPv6 and
IPv4 networks.

5.5 MPLS VPN Network Application


The next generation of AR series routers supports MPLS VPN technology that can be used to
build a network. Quidway NE series high-end and core routers and AR 49 series routers are
used in the headquarters; Quidway AR 19/29 series routers are used in branches or partners
networks. . NE series routers can function as P devices and AR 49 series routers can function
as PE devices to access the networks in branches. More than one VPN can be built for
different services so as to guarantee security between them.
The following figure is a typical network.

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Figure 1.1 MPLS VPN network application

Quidway NE series high-end and core routers are used as P devices in the headquarters. AR
49 series routers are also used as PE devices to access the service networks of branches. With
VPF technology, diverse services in branches are partitioned into different VPN networks
through PE devices, guaranteeing the security and reliability of services.
AR 19/29 series routers are used in branches to connect to AR 49 series routers in the
headquarters. Different services are separated through physical networks in branches. When
there are many services in a physical network, the VRF feature of AR 49 can realize logical
separation of service networks.
You can use different ways to build tunnels for MPLS VPN services. Using MPLS TE tunnel
to carry VPN services is of great benefits in many aspects. As a result, VPN services have
superior security and reliable QoS guarantee. Additionally, carriers can customize MPLS TE
tunnels with different features to meet VPN user requirements.

5.6 Network Application of Voice Services


The next generation of AR series routers provides mainstream voice communication protocols
like H.323 and SIP for a variety of voice services such as emergency call/help in power
off/dial-in policy/fax/E-PHONE and a variety of voice interfaces such as FXS/FXO/VE1
/E&M.
By leveraging an extensible structure, the next generation of AR series routers allocates DSP
resources consistently for higher DSP resource utilization, higher access density and local
TDM switching. On the one hand, it provides qualified voice services. On the other hand, it
avoids DSP resource occupation of local calls and saves DSP resources.

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If you do not need voice services, AR-NG series provide flexible pinch card design to help
save investments.
Figure 1.1 Networking diagram for voice services

5.7 Network Application of Security Services


By inheriting all security features of previous versions of VRP software platform and
supporting the routing and switch convergence feature of VRP5 version, the next generation
of AR series routers allows to implement a secure VPN network through the existing Internet.
AR 49 series routers are used as the core in enterprises and AR 19/29 series routers are used
as the access devices in branches. By combining robust service performances of AR 29/49
series routers, enterprises can implement a qualified and multi-services comprehensive
security network.
The following is a typical security network application of AR 29/49 series routers.

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Figure 1.1 Networking diagram for security services

Combined with robust performances of security services, AR 49 routers are used in the
headquarters as the application security service gateway. At the same time, it can function as
an external firewall to protect the security of the Intranet. With VLAN separation and 802.1x
functions, you can carry out security access authentication for the Intranet users directly
through switching modules.
AR 29 routers are used in branches as access to VPN and IPSec. At the same time, AR 29
routers can function as VPN access gateway to provide VPN access for SOHO and mobile
employees.

5.8 Network Application of Integrated Routing


and Switch
The next generation of AR series routers has realized an integrated design and implementation
in terms of software and hardware. You can use all features of routers and switches smoothly.
For small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), a full series of AR 19/29/49 routers can be
used for comprehensive services networks, where AR 49 series routers serve as the core in
enterprises and AR 19/29 series routers as the access devices in branches. A variety of
services are available, including data, video, voice and fax. For large or ultra large enterprises,
Quidway NE series high-end and core routers are used as the core in enterprises and AR 29/49
series routers as the access devices on the edge and aggregation layer in branches. The
following illustrates a typical network application where AR 49 series routers serve as the
core.

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Figure 1.1 Networking diagram of routing and switching convergence

Quidway AR 49 series routers are used in the headquarters and connected to branch networks
through Ethernet, digital data network (DDN), frame relay, X.25 or synchronous digital
hierarchy (SDH) to form a backbone.
Quidway AR 19/29 series routers are used in branches and connected to remote users through
Ethernet, PSTN/ISDN to provide access services for home office and mobile office users.
Lots of network services are available, including popular services at present, for example,
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6.1 Host
Figure 1.1 List of host of Quidway AR 29-21/29-41
Name

Description

remark

RT-AR 29-21AC-OVS

Quidway AR 29-21 Router Host


(AC), 2GE, 2MIM, 4SIC,
256F/256D, Overseas Version

With 2 Gigabit electric interfaces, 4


SIC slots, 2 MIM slots, 2 ESM
slots, 1 VCPM slot, 2 VPM slots;
with 2 built-in memory slots

RT-AR 29-41AC-OVS

Quidway AR 29-41 Router Host


(AC), 2GE (Combo), 4MIM,
4SIC, 256F/256D, Overseas
Version

With 2 Gigabit O/E multiplexing


Combo interfaces, 4 SIC slots, 4
MIM slots, 2 ESM slots, 1 VCPM
slot, 3 VPM slots; with 2 built-in
memory slots

6.2 Interface Modules Available for AR 2921/29-41


Figure 1.1 List of SIC interface modules of Quidway AR 29-21/29-41
Name

Description

remark

RT-SIC-4FSW

4-Port 10M/100M Ethernet L2


Switch Module(RJ45)

Two modules capable; only for slot


2 and slot 4; cables not provided for
modules

RT-DSIC9FSW

9-Port 10M/100M Ethernet L2


Switch Module(RJ45)

Two modules capable; cables not


provided for modules

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Description

remark

RT-SIC-1GEC

1-Port 10M/100M/1000M Combo


Ethernet Interface SIC Module

Two modules capable; only for slot


2 and slot 4; when both interfaces
coexist, electrical interface is prior;
in the optical interface mode, you
need to purchase SFP optical
module and cable independently

RT-SIC-1FEA

1-Port 10/100M Ethernet


Electrical Interface Board(RJ45)

Two modules capable; only for slot


2 and slot 4

RT-SIC-1SAE

1-Port Enhanced Sync/Async


Interface Card

The SAE provides DB28 interfaces.


Choose DB28 cables for DTE/DCE
according to specific serial
interface protocol such as V.35,
V.24, X.21, RS530 and RS449

RT-SIC-1AMV3

1-Port Analog Modem Interface


Module

With cables

RT-SIC-2AMV3

2-Port Analog Modem Interface


Module

With cables

RT-SIC-1ADSL

1-Port ADSL over POTS Interface


Module

Two modules capable; only for slot


2 and slot 4; ADSL2+ capable, with
cables; if splitter necessary, buy it
alone

RT-SIC-EPRI

1-Port E1/CE1/PRI Interface Card

Extra E1 cables of 75 ohm or 120


ohm required

RT-SIC-1E1-F

1-Port E1 Interface CardFractional

Extra E1 cables of 75 ohm or 120


ohm required

RT-SIC-2E1-F

2-Port E1 Interface CardFractional

Extra E1 cables of 75 ohm required

RT-SIC-1VE1

1-Port E1 Voice SIC Interface


Module

Extra E1 cables required; VCPM


and one or more of VPM32,
VPM16, VPM8 and VPM24 (the
number depends on the customer
demands) needed

RT-SIC-1FXSV2

1-Port Analog Line Interface


Card,FXS-V2

With cables

RT-SIC-2FXSV2

2-Port Analog Line Interface


Card,FXS-V2

With cables

RT-SIC-1FXOV2

1-Port Analog Trunk Interface


Card,FXO-V2

With cables

RT-SIC-2FXOV2

2-Port Analog Trunk Interface


Card,FXO-V2

With cables

RT-MIM8FXS8FXO

8FXS+8FXO Voice Interface


MIM Module

Extra cable need

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RT-MIM16FXS

16-Port FXS Voice Interface MIM


Module

Extra cable need

Figure 1.2 List of FIC interface modules of Quidway AR 29-21/29-41


Name

Description

remark

RT-MIM16FSW

16-Port 10M/100M Ethernet


L2 Switch MIM Interface
Module

AR 29-21 and AR 29-41 support the


full configuration of one and three
modules respectively; cables and SFP
module not provided for modules

RT-DMIM24FSW

24-Port 10M/100M and 2Port 1000BASET/1000BASE-X(COMBO)


Ethernet L2 Switch MIM
Interface Module

AR 29-21 does not support it, and AR


29-41 supports the full configuration of
one module; a module provides two
group of Gigabit Combo interface;
cables and SFP module not provided for
modules

RT-MIM-1FEV2

1-Port 10M/100M Ethernet


Electrical Interface MIM
Module(RJ45)

With cables

RT-MIM-2FEV2

2-Port 10M/100M Ethernet


Electrical Interface MIM
Module(RJ45)

With cables

RT-1GBE

1-Port 10/100/1000BASE-T
Ethernet Electrical Interface
Module,RJ45

With cables

RT-2GBE

2-Port 10/100/1000BASE-T
Ethernet Electrical Interface
Module, RJ45

With cables

RT-1GEF

1-Port 1000BASE-X Optical


Interface Module (SFP, LC)

Extra optical module and optical fibers


required

RT-2GEF

2-Port 1000BASE-X Optical


Interface Module (SFP, LC)

Extra optical module and optical fibers


required

RT-2SAE

2-Port Enhanced Sync/Async


Interface Module

Cable module provides DB28


interfaces; one cable for one interface;
choose DB28 cable for DTE/DCE
according to specific serial interface
protocols such as V.35, V.24, X.21,
RS530 and RS449

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Description

remark

RT-4SAE

4-Port Enhanced Sync/Async


Interface Module

Cable module provides DB28


interfaces; one is for one interface;
choose DB28 cable for DTE/DCE
according to specific serial interface
protocols such as V.35, V.24, X.21,
RS530 and RS449

RT-8SAE

8-Port Enhanced Sync/Async


Interface Module

Cable module provides DB28


interfaces; one cable for one interface;
buy DB28 for DTE/DCE according to
specific serial interface protocols such
as V.35, V.24, X.21, RS530 and RS449

RT-8ASE

8-Port Asynchronous Serial


Interface Module,RJ45

Extra cables required

RT-16ASE

16-Port Asynchronous Serial


Interface Module,RJ45

With 1 module for AR 29-21 and three


for AR 29-41Extra cables required

RT-1E1-V2

1-Port CE1/PRI Interface


Module

Extra E1 cables of 75 ohm or 120 ohm


required; one cable for one interface

RT-2E1-V2

2-Port CE1/PRI Interface


Module

Extra E1 cables of 75 ohm or 120 ohm


required; one cable for one interface

RT-4E1-V2

4-Port CE1/PRI Interface


Module

Extra E1 cables of 75 ohm or 120 ohm


required; one cable for one interface

RT-8E1(75)

8-port E1/CE1/PRI Module


(75ohm)

Extra 8E1 cables of 75 ohm


(04040117:CAB-75 ohm 8E1-3MBNC) required; if the peer uses the
cables of 120 ohm, use 04026183 1 E1120 ohm-75 ohm transfer box
cables(BNC socket 14040083) for
match of resistance

RT-1E1-F-V2

1-Port E1 & Fractional E1


Interface Module

Extra E1 cables of 75 ohm or 120 ohm


required; one cable for one interface

RT-2E1-F-V2

2-Port E1 & Fractional E1


Interface Module

Extra E1 cables of 75 ohm or 120 ohm


required; one cable for one interface

RT-4E1-F-V2

4-Port E1 & Fractional E1


Interface Module

Extra E1 cables of 75 ohm or 120 ohm


required; one cable for one interface

RT-8E1(75)-F

8-Port E1 Module-Fractional
(75ohm)

Extra 8E1 cables of 75 ohm


(04040117:CAB-75 ohm 8E1-3MBNC) required; if the peer uses the
cables of 120 ohm, choose 04026183 1
E1-120 ohm-75 ohm transfer box
cables(BNC socket 14040083) for
match of resistance

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Description

remark

RT-MIM-1VE1

1-Port E1 Voice MIM


Interface Module

AR 29-21 and AR 29-41 support the


full configuration of one and three
modules respectively; extra E1 cables
and VPM are required; VPM can plug
in either main board or module

RT-MIM-2VE1

2-Port E1 Voice MIM


Interface Module

AR 29-21 and AR 29-41 support the


full configuration of one and three
modules respectively; extra E1 cables
and VPM are required; VPM can plug
in either main board or module

RT-2FXS-V2

2-Port Analog Line Interface


Module,FXS-V2

With cables

RT-4FXS-V2

4-Port Analog Line Interface


Module,FXS-V2

With cables

RT-2FXO-V2

2-Port Analog Trunk Interface


Module,FXO-V2

With cables

RT-4FXO-V2

4-Port Analog Trunk Interface


Module, FXO-V2

With cables

RT-2EM

2-Port Analog Trunk Interface


Module,E&M

Cables made on site

RT-4EM

4-Port Analog Trunk Interface


Module,E&M

Cables made on site

RT-4BSE

4-Port Enhanced ISDN-BRI


Module, S/T

With cables; with S/T interfaces


provided by the module

RT-1CE3

1-Port E3/CE3 Intertface


Module

Buy extra E3 cables

RT-HNDE

High Performance Network


Data Encryption Module

Required if hardware encryption is


configured; using one MIM slot

RT-1POS

1-Port Packet over


SDH/SONET Interface
Module

Channel incapable, with the demand for


SFP optical module and optical fibers

RT-1CPOS(E)

1-Port Channelized POS


155M to E1 Interface Module
(SFP)

Optical module and optical fibers


required

RT-1G.SHDSL

1-Port G.SHDSL Interface


Module,RJ11

With cables

RT-1AMM

1-Port OC-3 ATM Module


(Multi-Mode, SC, 2km )

Extra optical fibers required

RT-1ASL

1-Port OC-3 ATM Module


(Single Mode, SC, 30km)

Extra optical fibers required

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Name

Description

remark

RT-1ASM

1-Port OC-3 ATM


Module(Single
Mode,SC,15km)

Extra optical fibers required

The built-in modules of Quidway AR 29-21/29-41 have two types: Encryption Sub-cards and
Voice Processing Sub-cards modules.
Figure 1.3 List of Encryption Sub-cards modules of Quidway AR 29-21/29-41
Name

Description

remark

RT-ESMANDE

Advanced Network Data


Encryption ESM Module

Required if hardware encryption is


configured; built-in on ESM slot of main
board; saving the outside slots

RT-ESM-SNDE

Standard Network Data


Encryption ESM Module

Required if hardware encryption is


configured; built-in on ESM slot of main
board; saving the outside slots

Figure 1.4 List of Voice Processing Sub-cards modules of AR 29-21/29-41

Name

Description

remark

RT-VCPM

Voice Co-processing
Module

Only one required if E1 voice interface of


SIC is configured; E1 voice board of
MIM interface integrate VCPM on
itself,but if TDM switching between
boards,requires one RT-VCPM plug in
main board.

RT-VPM32

32-Channel Voice
Processing Module

Optional for E1 voice module; 32channel concurrent IP voice (G.711,


G.723 and G.729) online capable

RT-VPM24

24-Channel Voice
Processing Module

Optional for E1 voice module; 24channel concurrent IP voice (G.711,


G.723 and G.729) online capable

RT-VPM16

16-Channel Voice
Processing Module

Optional for E1 voice module; 16channel concurrent IP voice (G.711,


G.723 and G.729) online capable

RT-VPM8

8-Channel Voice Processing


Module

Optional for E1 voice module; 8-channel


concurrent IP voice (G.711, G.723 and
G.729) online capable

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Acronyms and
Abbreviations

DFIC

Double Width Flexible Interface Card

DMIM

Double Width & Height Multi-Functional Interface Module

DSIC

Double Width Smart Interface Card

ESM

Enhanced Service Module

ESM-ANDE

Enhanced Service Module- Advanced Network Data Encryption

ESM-SNDE

Enhanced Service Module-Standard Network Data Encryption

FIC

Flexible Interface Card

HNDE

High Performance Network Data Encryption

LPU

Line Processing Unit

MIM

Multi-Functional Interface Module

MPUF

Main Process Unit F

MSCA

Multi-service Card A

NQA

Network Quality Analysis

SIC

Smart Interface Card

VCPM

Voice Co-Processing Module

VE1

Voice E1

VPM

Voice Processing Module

VRP

Versatile Routing Platform