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ANSI Product Information Guide

7360 Intelligent Services Access


Manager FX
Release 5.5.00

ANSI Product Information Guide

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Table of contents
1 Preface...........................................................................................13
1.1 Scope ........................................................................................................13
1.2 Audience....................................................................................................13
1.3 Prerequired knowledge..............................................................................13
1.4 Assistance and ordering phone numbers ..................................................13
1.5 Safety information......................................................................................13
1.6 Conventions...............................................................................................14
1.6.1 Document conventions ..............................................................................14
1.6.2 Acronyms...................................................................................................14
1.7 Release notes............................................................................................15
1.8 Documents ................................................................................................15
System and equipment overview
2 System overview...........................................................................21
2.1 Introduction................................................................................................21
2.1.1 Network topology.......................................................................................21
2.1.2 Subscriber side..........................................................................................23
2.1.3 Network side..............................................................................................24
2.2 Feature descriptions ..................................................................................25
2.2.1 Release features .......................................................................................25
2.3 System architecture...................................................................................33
2.3.1 Functional components .............................................................................33
2.3.1.1 NT cards ....................................................................................................34
2.3.1.2 NTIO cards ................................................................................................34
2.3.1.3 LT cards.....................................................................................................35
2.3.1.4 GPON LT cards .........................................................................................35
2.3.1.5 1G and 10G EPON LT cards.....................................................................35
2.3.1.6 NG-PON2 LT cards ...................................................................................36
2.3.1.7 DSL LT cards.............................................................................................36
2.3.1.8 POTS LT cards..........................................................................................36
2.3.1.9 NVPS card.................................................................................................36
2.3.2 Physical components.................................................................................36
2.3.2.1 NT cards ....................................................................................................37
2.3.2.2 NTIO cards ................................................................................................38
2.3.2.3 LT cards.....................................................................................................39
2.3.2.4 Voice package server card ........................................................................39
2.3.2.5 Vector processing server board.................................................................40
2.3.2.6 GFC card ...................................................................................................40
2.3.2.7 Port mapping .............................................................................................40
2.3.3 IHub ...........................................................................................................47
2.3.4 Wavelength Multiplexer (WM) ...................................................................47
2.3.5 7360 ISAM WM line cards .........................................................................48
2.3.6 7360 ISAM WM controller card..................................................................48
2.3.7 7360 ISAM WM power cards.....................................................................49
2.4 Network management ...............................................................................49

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2.4.1 7360 ISAM WM management ...................................................................51


2.5 EPON implementation of ISAM .................................................................51
2.5.1 EPON support for North America ..............................................................52
2.5.2 Basic service features ...............................................................................58
2.5.2.1 Layer 2 forwarding.....................................................................................58
2.5.3 ONU UNI management .............................................................................59
2.5.3.1 ONU max MAC..........................................................................................59
2.5.3.2 ONU UNI ACL ...........................................................................................59
2.5.3.3 ONU UNI CCL ...........................................................................................60
2.5.3.4 ONU UNI VLAN .........................................................................................60
2.5.4 ONU MAC aging time ................................................................................61
2.5.5 ONU optical diagnosis ...............................................................................61
2.5.6 ONU software upgrade mode....................................................................62
2.5.7 ONU IGMP snooping mode.......................................................................63
2.5.8 DPoE support for North America ...............................................................63
2.6 Equipment management ...........................................................................74
2.6.1 CO equipment management .....................................................................75
2.6.2 EPON ONU management .........................................................................75
2.7 Card capabilities and dimensioning...........................................................75
2.7.1 NT card dimensioning................................................................................75
2.7.2 SyncE support ...........................................................................................77
2.7.3 IEEE 1588v2 PTP support.........................................................................78
2.7.4 IWF capabilities .........................................................................................78
2.7.5 Ethernet frame size ...................................................................................80
2.7.6 Dimensioning of the LT cards....................................................................81
2.7.7 LT Link Redundancy: dimensioning and configuration constraints ...........85
2.7.8 ISAM OLT service and system capacity....................................................86
2.7.8.1 Service and system capacities ..................................................................86
2.7.8.2 ISAM voice dimensioning ..........................................................................87
2.7.8.3 ISAM OLT performance and distance .......................................................89
2.7.8.4 ISAM OLT connection capacities ..............................................................89
2.7.8.5 7360 ISAM WM connection capacities ......................................................90
2.8 NT redundancy support .............................................................................90
2.9 1:1 NVPS redundancy ...............................................................................92
2.10 CLEI codes ................................................................................................92
3 Shelves ..........................................................................................93
3.1 Overview....................................................................................................93
3.2 7360 ISAM FX shelves ..............................................................................93
3.2.1 Shelf types.................................................................................................93
3.2.2 Shelf configurations ...................................................................................98
3.2.3 NT redundancy ........................................................................................100
3.2.4 NVPS redundancy ...................................................................................100
3.2.5 Fan unit....................................................................................................100
3.2.6 Shelf mounting kits ..................................................................................101
3.2.6.1 Vertical shelf mount kits...........................................................................103
3.2.6.2 Horizontal shelf mount kit ........................................................................106
3.2.7 Heat and fiber baffle kits..........................................................................106
3.2.8 Drip tray ...................................................................................................108
3.2.9 Optical fiber management kits .................................................................109

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3.3 7360 ISAM WM shelves ..........................................................................109


3.3.1 Shelf types...............................................................................................109
3.3.2 Shelf configurations .................................................................................110
3.3.3 Power card redundancy...........................................................................111
3.4 Supported plug-in units............................................................................111
3.5 Dummy front panels ................................................................................113
3.5.1 For NT cards............................................................................................113
3.5.2 For optical LT cards.................................................................................114
3.5.3 For NTIO cards........................................................................................115
3.5.4 For 7360 ISAM WM power cards ............................................................116
3.5.5 For 7360 ISAM WM line cards.................................................................116
3.6 Weight of the different cards....................................................................117
4 Rack mounting configurations ..................................................119
4.1 Overview..................................................................................................119
4.2 Rack equipment.......................................................................................119
4.3 7360 ISAM FX-16 rack mounting configurations .....................................120
4.4 7360 ISAM FX-12 rack mounting configurations .....................................121
4.5 7360 ISAM FX-8 rack mounting configurations .......................................123
4.6 7360 ISAM FX-4 rack mounting configurations .......................................129
5 Optical modules..........................................................................135
5.1 Overview..................................................................................................135
5.2 Supported optical modules ......................................................................135
5.3 SFP/XFP temperature support on LT cards ............................................141
Planning and ordering
6 Planning the equipment .............................................................145
6.1 Overview..................................................................................................145
6.2 Network considerations ...........................................................................146
6.2.1 System planning for indoor, outdoor, and business ONTs ......................147
6.2.2 System planning for modular ONTs ........................................................148
6.3 Rack considerations ................................................................................148
6.4 Shelf considerations ................................................................................149
6.5 LT card considerations ............................................................................150
6.6 NT card considerations............................................................................151
6.7 V-OLT and video coupler equipment considerations...............................151
6.7.1 V-OLT equipment ....................................................................................151
6.7.2 Video coupler equipment.........................................................................152
6.7.2.1 Ordering considerations ..........................................................................152
6.7.2.2 Installation considerations .......................................................................152
6.8 Installation considerations .......................................................................153
6.8.1 Space ......................................................................................................153
6.8.2 Floor plan.................................................................................................153
6.8.3 Alarms .....................................................................................................153
6.8.4 Access .....................................................................................................154
6.8.5 Power and ground cable..........................................................................154
6.8.6 Optical fiber .............................................................................................154
6.9 Power considerations ..............................................................................154
6.10 Maintenance considerations....................................................................154

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6.11 Software licensing information.................................................................155


6.12 Documentation ........................................................................................155
7 Ordering the equipment .............................................................157
7.1 Overview..................................................................................................157
7.2 Racks and mounting parts.......................................................................160
7.3 Shelves....................................................................................................165
7.4 Shelf mount kits .......................................................................................167
7.5 GFCs .......................................................................................................168
7.6 Fan units and fan filters ...........................................................................169
7.7 NT cards and dummy front panel ............................................................171
7.8 NTIO card and dummy front panel ..........................................................172
7.9 LT cards, VPS cards, and LT dummy front panels..................................172
7.10 7360 ISAM WM line card and dummy front panels .................................175
7.11 7360 ISAM WM power card and dummy front panel...............................175
7.12 7360 ISAM WM controller card................................................................176
7.13 Optical modules.......................................................................................176
7.14 Optical fiber management kits .................................................................180
7.15 Fiber caps................................................................................................180
7.16 Cables .....................................................................................................181
7.16.1 Lugs and lug tool .....................................................................................182
7.16.2 CO external alarm cables ........................................................................182
7.16.3 Power cables ...........................................................................................182
7.16.4 xDSL and POTS line MDF cable .............................................................183
7.16.5 QSFP+ cable ...........................................................................................184
7.16.6 Debug cable ............................................................................................184
7.17 Video coupler equipment.........................................................................184
7.17.1 Video coupler system maintenance spares.............................................186
Appendices
8 Mnemonics ..................................................................................189
8.1 Mnemonics overview ...............................................................................189

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List of figures
2 System overview...........................................................................21
Figure 1 Basic 7360 ISAM FX network topology .....................................................22
Figure 2 Cascading topology mode .........................................................................23
Figure 3 Star topology mode ...................................................................................23
Figure 4 Ring topology mode...................................................................................24
Figure 5 Network connections .................................................................................25
Figure 6 7360 ISAM FX functional components ......................................................33
Figure 7 7360 ISAM FX system components ..........................................................34
Figure 8 7360 ISAM FX forwarding architecture......................................................37
Figure 9 7360 ISAM WM Decomposition.................................................................48
Figure 10 7360 ISAM FX network management........................................................49
Figure 11 7360 ISAM FX management topology.......................................................50
3 Shelves ..........................................................................................93
Figure 12 7360 ISAM FX-16 shelf .............................................................................95
Figure 13 7360 ISAM FX-12 shelf .............................................................................96
Figure 14 7360 ISAM FX-8 shelf ...............................................................................97
Figure 15 7360 ISAM FX-4 shelf ...............................................................................97
Figure 16 Shelf configuration of 7360 ISAM FX-16 ...................................................99
Figure 17 Shelf configuration of 7360 ISAM FX-12 ...................................................99
Figure 18 Shelf configuration of 7360 ISAM FX-8 ...................................................100
Figure 19 Shelf configuration of 7360 ISAM FX-4 ...................................................100
Figure 20 Pre-assembled 7360 ISAM FX-8 top cross bracket, rear skirt, and
front skirt..................................................................................................104
Figure 21 Pre-assembled 7360 ISAM FX-8 shelf horizontal mount bracket
and air intake baffle/drip tray ...................................................................105
Figure 22 Intumescent panel for 7360 ISAM FX-8 ..................................................105
Figure 23 Top baffle for 7360 ISAM FX-8................................................................106
Figure 24 Pre-assembled heat and fiber baffle kit for 7360 ISAM FX-12 ................107
Figure 25 Pre-assembled heat and fiber baffle kit for 7360 ISAM FX-16 ................107
Figure 26 7360 ISAM FX-16 fiber management bracket .........................................108
Figure 27 Drip tray for 7360 ISAM FX-16 ................................................................108
Figure 28 Optical fiber management guide for 7360 ISAM FX-16...........................109
Figure 29 7360 ISAM WM shelf...............................................................................110
Figure 30 7360 ISAM WM shelf with labeled card slots ..........................................111
Figure 31 Dummy front panel for NT card ...............................................................114
Figure 32 Dummy front panel for optical LT card ....................................................115
Figure 33 Universal dummy front panel for NTIO card ............................................116
Figure 34 Dummy front panel for 7360 ISAM WM power card slots........................116
Figure 35 Dummy front panel for 7360 ISAM WM line card slots............................117
Figure 36 Dummy front panel with pre-cabling for 7360 ISAM WM line card
slots .........................................................................................................117
4 Rack mounting configurations ..................................................119
Figure 37 Rack mounting configurations for 7360 ISAM FX-16 (3FE 66742
BB)...........................................................................................................121

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Figure 38 Rack mounting configurations for 7360 ISAM FX-12 ..............................123


Figure 39 Horizontal rack mounting configurations for 7360 ISAM FX-8 in an
EIA standard 19 in. rack ..........................................................................125
Figure 40 Horizontal rack mounting configurations for 7360 ISAM FX-8 in a
23 in. rack ................................................................................................126
Figure 41 Vertical rack mounting configuration for 7360 ISAM FX-8 in an EIA
standard 19 in. rack .................................................................................128
Figure 42 Vertical rack mounting configurations for 7360 ISAM FX-8 in a 23
in. rack .....................................................................................................129
Figure 43 Horizontal rack mounting configurations for 7360 ISAM FX-4 in an
EIA standard 19 in. rack ..........................................................................131
Figure 44 Horizontal rack mounting configurations for 7360 ISAM FX-4 in a
23 in. rack ................................................................................................132
Figure 45 Vertical rack mounting configurations for 7360 ISAM FX-4 in a
23 in. rack ................................................................................................133
Figure 46 Vertical rack mounting configurations for 7360 ISAM FX-4 in a
19 in. rack ................................................................................................134

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List of tables
1 Preface...........................................................................................13
Table 1 Documentation conventions ......................................................................14
Table 2 7360 ISAM FX documentation set for ANSI ..............................................15
2 System overview...........................................................................21
Table 3 7360 ISAM FX features for R5.5 ...............................................................25
Table 4 7360 ISAM FX features for R5.4.01 ..........................................................26
Table 5 7360 ISAM FX features for R5.4 ...............................................................26
Table 6 7360 ISAM FX features for R5.3.01 ..........................................................27
Table 7 7360 ISAM FX features for R5.3 ...............................................................27
Table 8 7360 ISAM FX features for R5.2.01 ..........................................................27
Table 9 7360 ISAM FX features for R5.2 ...............................................................28
Table 10 Features for 7360 ISAM FX R5.1 ..............................................................28
Table 11 Features for 7360 ISAM FX R5.0.01 .........................................................28
Table 12 Features for 7360 ISAM FX R5.0.00 .........................................................28
Table 13 Features for 7360 ISAM FX R4.6.02 .........................................................29
Table 14 Features for 7360 ISAM FX R4.6.01 .........................................................29
Table 15 Features for 7360 ISAM FX R4.6 ..............................................................29
Table 16 Features for 7360 ISAM FX R4.5.02 .........................................................30
Table 17 Features for 7360 ISAM FX R4.5.01 .........................................................30
Table 18 Features for 7360 ISAM FX R4.5.00a .......................................................30
Table 19 Features for 7360 ISAM FX R4.5 ..............................................................30
Table 20 Features for 7360 ISAM FX R4.4.02a .......................................................31
Table 21 Features for 7360 ISAM FX R4.4.01 .........................................................31
Table 22 Features for 7360 ISAM FX R4.4 ..............................................................31
Table 23 Features for 7360 ISAM FX R4.4.03a .......................................................31
Table 24 Features for 7360 ISAM FX R4.3.02 .........................................................32
Table 25 Features for 7360 ISAM FX R4.3.01 .........................................................32
Table 26 Supported NTIO cards...............................................................................38
Table 27 Supported LT cards ...................................................................................39
Table 28 Mapped items in a 7360 ISAM FX system ................................................40
Table 29 FANT-F in 7360 ISAM FX-16 ....................................................................41
Table 30 FANT-F in 7360 ISAM FX-8 ......................................................................42
Table 31 FANT-F in 7360 ISAM FX-4 ......................................................................42
Table 32 FANT-G in 7360 ISAM FX-16....................................................................43
Table 33 FANT-G in 7360 ISAM FX-12....................................................................44
Table 34 FANT-G in 7360 ISAM FX-8......................................................................45
Table 35 FANT-G in 7360 ISAM FX-4......................................................................46
Table 36 Manager overview .....................................................................................51
Table 37 EPON supported functionality ...................................................................52
Table 38 DPoE supported functionality ....................................................................64
Table 39 NT card dimensioning................................................................................75
Table 40 Faceplate port applicability for SyncE .......................................................77
Table 41 IWF capabilities .........................................................................................78
Table 42 Ethernet frame size for LT cards ...............................................................80
Table 43 LT card dimensioning information .............................................................81

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Table 44 LT card dimensioning information - DPoE.................................................84


Table 45 LT Link Redundancy: Dimensioning and configuration constraints...........85
Table 46 Layer 3 GPON-specific dimensioning information.....................................86
Table 47 Layer 3 EPON-specific dimensioning information .....................................86
Table 48 ISAM voice dimensioning ..........................................................................87
Table 49 NVPS-C dimensioning...............................................................................87
Table 50 NPOT-C dimensioning and card capabilities.............................................88
Table 51 NDLS-F dimensioning and card capabilities..............................................88
Table 52 Total number of ports per optical card.......................................................89
Table 53 Total number of ports for the 7360 ISAM WM ...........................................90
Table 54 NT Redundancy support-ready hardware modules...................................91
Table 55 NVPS Redundancy support-ready hardware modules..............................92
3 Shelves ..........................................................................................93
Table 56 Supported 7360 ISAM FX shelves ............................................................94
Table 57 Shelf configurations ...................................................................................98
Table 58 Mounting options/kits for 7360 ISAM FX shelves ....................................101
Table 59 7360 ISAM WM shelves ..........................................................................109
Table 60 7360 ISAM WM shelf configurations .......................................................110
Table 61 Supported plug-in units in 7360 ISAM FX shelves ..................................111
Table 62 Supported plug-in units in 7360 ISAM WM shelves ................................113
Table 63 Overview of Plug-in Units for 7360 ISAM FX shelves .............................117
Table 64 Overview of Plug-in Units for 7360 ISAM WM shelves............................118
4 Rack mounting configurations ..................................................119
Table 65 7360 ISAM FX supported rack equipment...............................................120
Table 66 Rack mounting configurations for 7360 ISAM FX-16 ..............................120
Table 67 Rack mounting configurations for 7360 ISAM FX-12 ..............................122
Table 68 Horizontal rack mounting configurations for 7360 ISAM FX-8.................124
Table 69 Vertical rack mounting configurations for 7360 ISAM FX-8.....................126
Table 70 Horizontal rack mounting configurations for 7360 ISAM FX-4.................130
Table 71 Vertical rack mounting configurations for 7360 ISAM FX-4.....................132
5 Optical modules..........................................................................135
Table 72 Supported optical modules ......................................................................135
Table 73 Temperature support in 7360 ISAM FX shelves per LT card ..................142
6 Planning the equipment .............................................................145
Table 74 Number of shelves per rack.....................................................................148
Table 75 Ordering plug-in units, kits and cables for the 7360 ISAM FX
shelves ....................................................................................................149
Table 76 Ordering plug-in units, kits and cables for the 7360 ISAM WM
shelves ....................................................................................................150
Table 77 Number of LT ports per LT card ..............................................................150
Table 78 Number of NT ports per NT card .............................................................151
7 Ordering the equipment .............................................................157
Table 79 7360 ISAM FX and 7360 ISAM WM equipment ......................................158
Table 80 Rack mounting configurations .................................................................161
Table 81 Racks.......................................................................................................161
Table 82 FEMA level rack mounting parts for 7360 ISAM FX-16...........................162
Table 83 Rack mounting parts for 7360 ISAM FX-12.............................................163

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Table 84 Rack mounting parts for 7360 ISAM FX-8 and 7360 ISAM FX-4 ...........163
Table 85 Rack mounting parts for 7360 ISAM WM ................................................165
Table 86 Orderable 7360 ISAM FX and 7360 ISAM WM shelves..........................166
Table 87 Shelf mount kits for 7360 ISAM FX and 7360 ISAM WM ........................167
Table 88 Orderable GFCs ......................................................................................168
Table 89 Orderable fan units and filters .................................................................169
Table 90 Orderable NT card and NT dummy front panel .......................................171
Table 91 Orderable NTIO card and dummy front panel .........................................172
Table 92 Orderable LT cards and LT dummy front panels.....................................172
Table 93 Orderable line card and dummy front panels for line card slots ..............175
Table 94 Orderable power card and dummy front panel for power card slots........175
Table 95 Orderable controller card.........................................................................176
Table 96 Orderable optical modules.......................................................................176
Table 97 Orderable optical fiber management kits.................................................180
Table 98 Orderable fiber caps ................................................................................181
Table 99 Orderable CO external alarm cables .......................................................182
Table 100 Orderable power cables ..........................................................................182
Table 101 Orderable xDSL/POTS line MDF connector cable ..................................183
Table 102 Orderable QSFP+ cables ........................................................................184
Table 103 Orderable debug cables ..........................................................................184
Table 104 Orderable video coupler equipment ........................................................184
Table 105 Video coupler maintenance spares .........................................................186
Table 106 Video coupler maintenance spares .........................................................186
8 Mnemonics ..................................................................................189
Table 107 Equipment mnemonics ............................................................................189

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1 Preface
This preface provides general information about the documentation set for the
7360 Intelligent Services Access Manager FX (7360 ISAM FX) and
7360 Intelligent Services Access Manager WM (7360 ISAM WM) for ANSI.

1.1 Scope
This documentation set provides information about safety, features and functionality,
ordering, hardware installation and maintenance, CLI and TL1 commands, and
software installation procedures.

1.2 Audience
This documentation set is intended for planners, administrators, operators, and
maintenance personnel involved in installing, upgrading, or maintaining the
7360 ISAM FX system or 7360 ISAM WM shelves.

Note — Terminology used in the 7360 ISAM FX and 7360


ISAM WM documentation set may differ between ANSI and
ETSI, such as in the following situations:
• For the terms “board” and “card”, both are used. “Board” is
used in reference to ETSI terminology, and “card” is used in
reference to ANSI terminology.
• For the terms “ONU” and “ONT”, both are used. “ONU” is
used in reference to ETSI terminology, and “ONT” is used in
reference to ANSI terminology.

1.3 Prerequired knowledge


The reader must be familiar with general telecommunications principles.

1.4 Assistance and ordering phone numbers


For ordering information, contact your Nokia sales representative.

1.5 Safety information


See the 7360 ISAM FX Safety Manual for safety information.

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The following are examples of how special information is presented in this document.

Danger — Danger indicates that the described activity or


situation may result in serious personal injury or death; for
example, high voltage or electric shock hazards.

Warning — Warning indicates that the described activity or


situation may, or will, cause equipment damage or serious
performance problems.

Caution — Caution indicates that the described activity or


situation may, or will, cause service interruption.

Note — A note provides information that is, or may be, of


special interest.

1.6 Conventions
The following conventions are used in this documentation set.

1.6.1 Document conventions


Table 1 lists the documentation conventions used in this documentation set.
Table 1 Documentation conventions

Convention Description Examples

Key name Identifies a keyboard key. Delete

Italics Identifies a variable. hostname

— An em dash in a table cell indicates that there is no information or that —


the category is not applicable.

1.6.2 Acronyms
See the ISAM Glossary for the expansion of acronyms and initialisms used in this
documentation set.

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1.7 Release notes


See the release notes (such as the customer release notes or emergency fix release
note) issued for software loads of the 7360 ISAM FX before you install or use the
7360 ISAM FX. The release notes provide important information about the software
load.

1.8 Documents
Table 2 lists the documents that make up the 7360 ISAM FX and 7360 ISAM WM
documentation set.
Table 2 7360 ISAM FX documentation set for ANSI

Title Description

General documentation

ISAM Products Alarms Guide Describes the CLI and TL1 alarms for IACM, SHub and IHub that are supported in ISAM.

7360 ISAM FX Product Information Guide Provides general system and ordering information for the 7360 ISAM FX

System Description for FD 100/320Gbps Provides conceptual information for the:


NT and FX NT • 7302 ISAM and the 7330 ISAM FTTN equipped with the 100Gpbs or the 320Gbps NT
• 7360 ISAM FX equipped with an FX NT
Safety Manual Provides general safety guidelines when handling, installing, or operating the 7360 ISAM FX
equipment

ISAM Glossary Provides definitions for the acronyms, initialisms, and mnemonics used in ISAM
documentation.

DPoE Events Guide Provides DPoE event alarm information and troubleshooting recommendations
Hardware documentation and unit data sheets

7360 ISAM FX Hardware Installation Describes the hardware installation for the 7360 ISAM FX equipment
Manual

UDS NFXS-D (FX-16) Describes the 7360 ISAM FX-16 slot shelf (2)

FNIO-A Describes the NTIO applique which interfaces with the NT board, and provides additional GE
interfaces to the FX shelf (2)

UDS FX-16 Baffle kit Describes the 7360 ISAM FX-16 baffle kit

UDS FX-16 Drip tray Describes the 7360 ISAM FX-16 drip tray
UDS FX-16 Fiber management kit Describes the 7360 ISAM FX-16 fiber management kit

UDS NFXS-G (FX-12) Describes the 7360 ISAM FX-12 slot shelf(2)

UDS FX-12 Baffle kit Describes the 7360 ISAM FX-12 baffle kit

UDS NFXS-E (FX-8) Describes the 7360 ISAM FX-8 slot shelf (2)

UDS FX-8 horizontal mount kit Describes the 7360 ISAM FX-8 horizontal mount kit

UDS FX-8 vertical mount kit Describes the 7360 ISAM FX-8 vertical mount kit

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Title Description
UDS FX-8 fiber management kit Describes the 7360 ISAM FX-8 fiber management kit

UDS NFXS-F (FX-4) Describes the 7360 ISAM FX-4 slot shelf (2)

UDS FX-4 horizontal mount kit Describes the 7360 ISAM FX-4 horizontal mount kit

UDS FX-4 vertical mount kit Describes the 7360 ISAM FX-4 vertical mount kit

UDS FX-4 fiber management kit Describes the 7360 ISAM FX-4 fiber management kit

UDS BFAN-E Describes the intelligent fan unit version E for the 7360 ISAM FX-8

UDS BFAN-H Describes the intelligent fan unit version H for the 7360 ISAM FX-16

UDS BFAN-I Describes the intelligent fan unit version I for the 7360 ISAM FX-12

UDS BFAN-X Describes the intelligent fan unit version X for the 7360 ISAM FX-4

UDS FWCC-A Describes the controller board for the 7360 ISAM Wavelength Multiplexer/Demultiplexer shelf

UDS FWLC-A Describes the dual, 4-channel line card for the 7360 ISAM Wavelength
Multiplexer/Demultiplexer shelf

UDS FWMS-I Describes the 7360 ISAM Wavelength Multiplexer/Demultiplexer shelf

UDS FWPC-A Describes the power board for the 7360 ISAM Wavelength Multiplexer/Demultiplexer shelf
UDS NDLS-E Describes the VDSL2 LT/splitter over POTS unit with SLV functionality version E

UDS NDLS-F Describes the Multi-DSL integrated splitter over POTS LT card with BLV version F

UDS NDPS-B Describes the vector processing server board version B

UDS NGFC-G Describes the 7360 ISAM FX-4 general facilities card version G

UDS NGFC-H Describes the 7360 ISAM FX-8 general facilities card version H

UDS NGFC-I Describes the 7360 ISAM FX-12 general facilities card version I
UDS NVPS-C Describes FD Voice Package Server version C

UDS FANT-F Describes the NT card version F

UDS FANT-G Describes the NT card version G


UDS FGLT-A Describes the LT card (1) version A

UDS FGLT-B Describes the LT card (1) version B

UDS FPLT-A Describes the EPON LT card (1) version A

UDS FPXT-B Describes the 10G EPON LT card (1) version B

UDS FWLT-A 4 ports NG-PON2 TWDM Line Termination Card with Traffic Manager - version A

UDS NELT-B Describes the P2P FE/GE Ethernet LT card (1) version B

UDS FELT-B Describes the high speed Ethernet LT card (1) version B

UDS NGLT-A Describes the GPON LT card (1) version A

UDS NGLT-C Describes the GPON LT card (1) version C

UDS NPOT-C Describes the 7360 ISAM FX 48 port POTS only LT card version C

UDS dummy front panel FX LT Any of 3 dummy front panels (filler plates) for a 7360 ISAM FX LT card slot

UDS dummy front panel FX NT Describes the dummy front panel (filler plate) for a 7360 ISAM FX NT card slot

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Title Description
UDS dummy front panel FX NTIO Describes the dummy front panel (filler plate) for a 7360 ISAM FX NTIO card slot

UDS dummy front panel WM LC Describes any of the 2 dummy front panels (filler plates) for a 7360 ISAM WM line card slot

UDS dummy front panel WM power board Describes the dummy front panel (filler plate) for a 7360 ISAM WM power board slot

UDS SFP/XFP Describes all the SFPs and XFPs supported

TL1 documentation

TL1 Commands and Messages for FD Describes the TL1 commands and messages for the:
100/320Gbps NT and FX NT • 7302 ISAM and the 7330 ISAM FTTN equipped with the 100Gpbs or the 320Gbps NT
• 7360 ISAM FX equipped with an FX NT

Operations and Maintenance Using TL1 for Provides task-oriented procedures using TL1 for operating and maintaining the:
FD 100/320Gbps NT and FX NT • 7302 ISAM and the 7330 ISAM FTTN equipped with the 100Gpbs or the 320Gbps NT
• 7360 ISAM FX equipped with an FX NT

CLI documentation
CLI Commands for FD 100/320Gbps NT Describes the CLI commands for the:
and FX NT • 7302 ISAM and the 7330 ISAM FTTN equipped with the 100Gpbs or the 320Gbps NT
• 7360 ISAM FX equipped with an FX NT

CLI Commands for DPoE FX NT Describes the CLI DPoE commands for 7360 ISAM FX equipped with an FX NT
Operations and Maintenance Using CLI for Provides task-oriented procedures using CLI for operating and maintaining the:
FD 100/320Gbps NT and FX NT • 7302 ISAM and the 7330 ISAM FTTN equipped with the 100Gpbs or the 320Gbps NT
• 7360 ISAM FX equipped with an FX NT
IHub System Basics, Management and Describes the IHub system basics, system management and OAM (Operations and
OAM Guide for FD 100/320Gbps NT and Maintenance)
FX NT

IHub Interface Guide for FD 100/320Gbps Describes the IHub system interfaces
NT and FX NT

IHub QoS Guide for FD 100/320Gbps NT Describes the IHub quality of service
and FX NT
IHub Router Configuration and Protocols Describes the IHub router configuration and router protocols
Guide for FD 100/320Gbps NT and FX NT

IHub Services Guide for FD 100/320Gbps Describes the IHub services


NT and FX NT

MPLS Guide for FD 100/320Gbps NT and Describes the IHub MPLS services
FX NT

Software documentation

DPoE Software Migration Guide Describes the process of doing major or minor release upgrades on the ISAM OLT

Software Installation Guide Describes the software management of the 7302 ISAM, the 7330 ISAM FTTN and the
7360 ISAM FX equipment

Software Upgrade and Migration Provides instructions for using the automated tools for upgrading and migrating the software
Application Procedures for the 7302 ISAM, the 7330 ISAM FTTN and the 7360 ISAM FX

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Notes
(1) The terms “board” and “card” are both used in the 7360 ISAM FX documentation set. “Board” is used in reference to ETSI terminology, and
“card” is used in reference to ANSI terminology.

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(2) The terms “subrack” and “shelf” are both used in the 7360 ISAM FX documentation set. “Subrack” is used in reference to ETSI terminology,
and “shelf” is used in reference to ANSI terminology.

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System and equipment overview


2 System overview

3 Shelves

4 Rack mounting configurations

5 Optical modules

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2 System overview
2.1 Introduction

2.2 Feature descriptions

2.3 System architecture

2.4 Network management

2.5 EPON implementation of ISAM

2.6 Equipment management

2.7 Card capabilities and dimensioning

2.8 NT redundancy support

2.9 1:1 NVPS redundancy

2.10 CLEI codes

2.1 Introduction
This chapter provides general information about the 7360 ISAM FX system including
network topology, feature descriptions, system architecture, network management,
equipment management, card capabilities, NT and NVPS redundancy support, and
CLEI code information.

2.1.1 Network topology


The 7360 ISAM FX system is a frame-based multi-service access platform, offering
high-density fiber connections for multimedia, high-speed Internet access, voice, and
business services.
Figure 1 shows the basic 7360 ISAM FX network topology.

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Figure 1 Basic 7360 ISAM FX network topology

IP edge router/
BRAS
NSP IP
Ethernet backbone
Switch
FE/GE
Ethernet
DS1/E1 NSP IP
ISAM EMAN backbone
Video
Voice
FE/GE
NSP IP
backbone

ISAM
ISAM shelf
Ethernet xDSL
CPE LT
Voice POTS LT
DS1/E1 Eth FE/GE/10GE
Ethernet LT
NVPS FE/GE/10GE

ONT/ NG-PON2
CEx WM TWDM LT NT
ONU

OMCI GPON
DS1/E1 ONT/ GPON LT
Video ONU

xDSL/Ethernet OAM
EPON EPON
ONT/ LT ISAM OLT
Voice ONU

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Note 1 — Possible user interface types are not limited to the


types shown in the Figure 1.
Note 2 — A link is a term that refers to the physical layer of an
interface of the 7360 ISAM FX, for example, an Ethernet link.

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2.1.2 Subscriber side


At the subscriber side, each 7360 ISAM FX shelf can terminate:
• Ethernet user interfaces
• PON interfaces
You can connect subtending DSLAMs to the FE/GE/10GE links at the subscriber
side in:
• cascading topology mode: a chain of one subtending ISAM per ISAM; see
Figure 2
• star topology mode: multiple subtending ISAMs per ISAM; see Figure 3
• ring topology mode: (except when there is a ring behind a Hub-ISAM); see
Figure 4

Figure 2 Cascading topology mode

Cascading up to three levels

k*FE/GE/10GE
k*FE/GE/10GE
ISAM
ISAM
ISAM

User EMAN
interfaces User
interfaces User
interfaces
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Figure 3 Star topology mode

k*FE/GE/10GE

ISAM
ISAM

EMAN
User
interfaces User
interfaces

ISAM
k*FE/GE/10GE

User
interfaces
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Figure 4 Ring topology mode

k*FE/GE/10GE
ISAM

User
interfaces
k*FE/GE/10GE
ISAM
ISAM
EMAN
User
User interfaces
interfaces
ISAM
k*FE/GE/10GE

User
interfaces
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2.1.3 Network side


At the network side, the 7360 ISAM FX terminates FE, GE, or 10GE links. Following
are possible configurations.
• Connect to one or more Ethernet switches.
Ethernet links can be connected to one or more Ethernet switches. These
Ethernet switches forward the frames over the Ethernet-based aggregation
access network until they reach the IP edge router or BRAS of the corresponding
NSP. At the IP edge router or BRAS, the frames enter the IP backbone of the
NSP.
• Connect more than one FE/GE/10GE link (link aggregation).
In case of more than one link, Ethernet link aggregation is used.
• Connect directly to an IP edge router.
The 7360 ISAM FX can be connected directly to the IP edge router or BRAS. The
Ethernet aggregation network is reduced to one or more parallel Ethernet links.
• Connect to a MPLS network.
• 1-N ISAM nodes can have their uplinks configured in an Ethernet Ring Protection
Switching (ERPS, G.8032) ring. The owner of the Ring Protection Link (RPL) can
be an ISAM, or any other equipment supporting G.8032 RPL owner functionality
(e.g., 7750 SR).

Figure 5 shows the 7360 ISAM FX system network connections.

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Figure 5 Network connections

IP edge router/
BRAS
NSP IP
Ethernet backbone
Switch
User m x FE/GE/10GE
interfaces

NSP IP
ISAM EMAN backbone
FE/GE

m x FE/GE/10GE
NSP IP
backbone
User
interfaces

ISAM NSP IP
backbone
FE/GE

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2.2 Feature descriptions


This section provides a brief description of the features for the 7360 ISAM FX
system.

2.2.1 Release features


Table 3 describes the 7360 ISAM FX features for R5.5
Table 3 7360 ISAM FX features for R5.5

Feature Description

Hardware Support of 3FE55744AA and 3FE55743AA with FANT-F for NEBS1 and
FCC/UL.

10GBase-BX10: 3FE55744AB on FANT-G and 3FE55743AB on FELT-B


10GBase-BX40: 3FE55744AA on FANT-G and 3FE55743AA on FELT-B

Table 4 describes the 7360 ISAM FX features for R5.4.01

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Table 4 7360 ISAM FX features for R5.4.01

Feature Description

Hardware Support of new 10/2.5G symmetrical TWDM XFPs: 3FE 45228 AA,
3FE 45228 BA, 3FE 45228 CA, 3FE 45228 DA

Support of new 10/10G symmetrical TWDM XFPs: 3FE 56269 AA,


3FE 56269 BA, 3FE 56269 CA, 3FE 56269 DA

Support of new 100 G Base-SR4 CFP4 optical module: 3FE 71994 AA

Support of 7360 ISAM Wavelength Multiplexer/Demultiplexer shelf


(FWMS-I)

Support of WM cards: power card (FWPC-A), controller card (FWCC-A),


line card (FWLC-A)

Support of 3 WM dummy front panels: 3FE 72657 AA, 3FE 72168 AA, and
3FE 72169 AA

Support of WM shelf mount kit: 3FE 72570 AA


Support of WM optical fiber management kit: 3FE 61087 GB

Support of FELT-B line termination card: 3FE 69486 AA

Support of new variants of previously existing cards:


• NDLS-E: 3FE 65728 AC
• NDLS-F: 3FE 67645 AB

Design updates to the BA variant of the NPOT-C card - MDF cable shell
heads affixed by standoffs and nuts instead of bail lock clips, and new
eject levers

Support of new pre-connectorized MDF cables: 3FE 73071 AA-HA,3FE


73071 JA, and 3FE 73071 KA
Support of new MDF combo cables, with 2 connectors: 3FE 29916 AM
and 3FE 72919 AA

Table 5 describes the 7360 ISAM FX features for R5.4.


Table 5 7360 ISAM FX features for R5.4

Feature Description

Hardware NT card with a 1.2 TBps switch (FANT-G BA variant)


Support of new 100 G Base-LR4 CFP4 optical module: 3FE 71782 AA

Support of new 2G EPON optical module: 3FE 53606 BC

Support of NDPS-B AB

802.1x support 802.1x supported on FWLT-A (per line and per card)

Table 6 describes the 7360 ISAM FX features for R5.3.01.

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Table 6 7360 ISAM FX features for R5.3.01

Feature Description

Hardware New support of XFP: 3FE 53971 BA

802.1x support 802.1x supported on FWLT-A (per PON and per PON x number of PONs)

Table 7 describes the 7360 ISAM FX features for R5.3.


Table 7 7360 ISAM FX features for R5.3

Feature Description

Hardware Support of new SFP: 3FE 53441 EA


16 ports GPON LT card (FGLT-B AB variant)

4 ports NG-PON2 TWDM Line Termination Card with Traffic Manager -


Version A (FWLT-A AB variant)

FD Voice Package Server Version C (NVPS-C)

Support of AB variant of 8-port 10G EPON LT card with I-temp (FPXT-B)


Support of new 10G EPON XFP: 3FE 66606 CD

xDSL Support Save Our Showtime (SOS) for VDSL2

Table 8 describes the 7360 ISAM FX features for R5.2.01.


Table 8 7360 ISAM FX features for R5.2.01

Feature Description
Hardware support Support of new SFPs: 3FE 53441 BC, 3FE 66606 BC and 3FE 66606 BD

ToD supported on NT cards

Table 9 describes the 7360 ISAM FX features for R5.2.

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Table 9 7360 ISAM FX features for R5.2

Feature Description

Hardware support 7360 ISAM FX-12 shelf

7360 ISAM FX-12 intelligent fan unit (BFAN-I)

7360 ISAM FX-12 general facilities card version I

7360 ISAM FX-12 Baffle kit

4p NG-PON2 TWDM LT card (FWLT-A)

FANT-F support of SFP+ 3FE 65832 AA

Table 10 describes the features for 7360 ISAM FX R5.1.


Table 10 Features for 7360 ISAM FX R5.1

Feature Description

Hardware support FNIO-A qualifications

Table 11 describes the features for 7360 ISAM FX R5.0.01.


Table 11 Features for 7360 ISAM FX R5.0.01

Feature Description

Hardware support TRU qualifications

FPXT-B qualification

Table 12 describes the features for 7360 ISAM FX R5.0.00.


Table 12 Features for 7360 ISAM FX R5.0.00

Feature Description

Hardware support NDLS-E qualification

NDPS-B qualification

Table 13 describes the features for 7360 ISAM FX R4.6.02.

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Table 13 Features for 7360 ISAM FX R4.6.02

Feature Description

Hardware support Document maintenance updates

DPoE support DOCSIS OLT MIBs phase 2 - support for most CMTS MIB objects defined
in DPoE v1.0

DOCSIS event framework phase 2 - support for CMTS and vCM events
defined in DPoE v1.0

CLI for service flow provisioning updates

DPoE security functions - D-ONU authentication


(Source Address Verification (SAV) in future release

Table 14 describes the features for 7360 ISAM FX R4.6.01.


Table 14 Features for 7360 ISAM FX R4.6.01

Feature Description

Hardware support FPXT-A qualification

NDLS-F qualification

NPOT-C qualification

7360 ISAM FX-16 baffle kit and drip tray

DPoE support CLI for service flow provisioning


Software support OLT:XML over OMCI upgrades

Table 15 describes the features for 7360 ISAM FX R4.6.


Table 15 Features for 7360 ISAM FX R4.6

Feature Description

EPON hardware support EPON SFP ONU with CWDM filter

DPoE support DPoE provisioning framework phase 1

DPoE OLT MIBs framework

DPoE Event framework


EPON support MEF qualification

Multiple LLIDs

Table 16 describes the features for 7360 ISAM FX R4.5.02.

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Table 16 Features for 7360 ISAM FX R4.5.02

Feature Description

ANSI hardware support 7360 ISAM FX-4 vertical mount installation

BFAN intelligent fan unit support for 7360 ISAM FX-4 vertical mount
installation

7360 ISAM FX-4 vertical shelf mount kit

7360 ISAM FX-4 fiber management kit


7360 ISAM FX-8 vertical shelf mount kit

7360 ISAM FX-8 fiber management kit

7360 ISAM FX-16 heat and fiber baffle kit

Table 17 describes the features for 7360 ISAM FX R4.5.01.


Table 17 Features for 7360 ISAM FX R4.5.01

Feature Description
EPON support DPoE link OAM phase 2
For OAM procedures see Operation, Administration, and
Configurable TPID on EPON ONU
Maintenance using CLI and TL1 guides.

Table 18 describes the features for 7360 ISAM FX R4.5.00a.


Table 18 Features for 7360 ISAM FX R4.5.00a

Feature Description

ANSI hardware support 7360 ISAM FX-8 vertical mount installation


BFAN intelligent fan unit support for
7360 ISAM FX-8 vertical mount installation

Table 19 describes the features for 7360 ISAM FX R4.5.


Table 19 Features for 7360 ISAM FX R4.5

Feature Description

ANSI hardware support O-E010S-P, EPON PX20+ SFP ONU version P


EPON support for North American Region Multiple DPoE link OAM phase 1
System Operators For OAM procedures see Operation, Administration,
and Maintenance using CLI and TL1 guides.

Table 20 describes the features for 7360 ISAM FX R4.4.02a.

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Table 20 Features for 7360 ISAM FX R4.4.02a

Feature Description

ANSI hardware support BFAN-H, intelligent fan for FX-16 shelf

BFAN-E, intelligent fan for FX-8 shelf

BFAN-X, intelligent fan for FX-4 shelf

Table 21 describes the features for 7360 ISAM FX R4.4.01.


Table 21 Features for 7360 ISAM FX R4.4.01

Feature Description
ANSI hardware support 7360 ISAM FX-16 baffle kit

7360 ISAM FX-16 fiber management kit

7360 ISAM FX-16 drip tray

Table 22 describes the features for 7360 ISAM FX R4.4.


Table 22 Features for 7360 ISAM FX R4.4

Feature Description
ANSI hardware support FGLT-A, 16 port GPON LT card

NGLT-C, 8 port GPON LT card

Table 23 describes the features for 7360 ISAM FX R4.4.03a.


Table 23 Features for 7360 ISAM FX R4.4.03a

Feature Description

ANSI hardware support FPLT-A, EPON line termination card version A

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Feature Description
Initial EPON support for North American Region Multiple Basic service features:
System Operators • PB encapsulation
• PB transport
• IP HSD
• Combination PB encapsulation and PB transport
• Combination IP HSD and PB transport

ONU UNI features:


• ONU maximum MAC
• ONU UNI ACL
• ONU UNI CCL
• ONU UNI VLAN

ONU aging time

ONU optical diagnosis

ONU firmware upgrade

ONU IGMP snooping

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Table 24 describes the features for 7360 ISAM FX R4.3.02.


Table 24 Features for 7360 ISAM FX R4.3.02

Feature Description

ANSI hardware support FANT-F, BD variant NT card with a 480 Gbps


switch

Table 25 describes the features for 7360 ISAM FX R4.3.01.


Table 25 Features for 7360 ISAM FX R4.3.01

Feature Description

ANSI hardware support Following is a list of ANSI-supported hardware for release 4.3.01:
• NFXS-D, 16-slot shelf
• NFXS-E, 8-slot shelf
• NFXS-F, 4-slot shelf
• FANT-F, BC variant NT card with a 480 Gbps switch
• NELT-B, P2P FE/GE Ethernet LT card version B
• NGLT-A, GPON LT card version A
• PDBP-C, GFC for the 16-slot shelf (pre-installed)
• NGFC-H, GFC for the 8-slot shelf
• NGFC-G, GFC for the 4-slot shelf
• AFAN-H, fan unit for 16-slot shelf
• AFAN-E, fan unit for 8-slot shelf
• AFAN-X, fan unit for 4-slot shelf

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2.3 System architecture


This section describes the 7360 ISAM FX system architecture including the
functional and physical components, and IHub.

2.3.1 Functional components


The 7360 ISAM FX is a multiplexer, which can be equipped with the following main
cards:
• NT card (optionally 1+1 redundant)
• NTIO card (optional)
• LT cards implementing the user interfaces
• GPON LT cards
• EPON LT cards
• 10G EPON LT cards
• POTS LT card
• POTS server card
• xDSL LT card

Note — The POTS LT and xDSL LT cards are not currently


supported with the 7360 ISAM FX shelves pending
certifications. Contact your Nokia representative for more
information.

Figure 6 shows the 7360 ISAM FX functional components.


Figure 6 7360 ISAM FX functional components

ISAM

NT LT ... NVPS

NTIO LT-applique

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The 7360 ISAM FX management plane, control plane, and most of the data plane
are provided on the NT cards and on the LT cards.
Figure 7 shows the 7360 ISAM FX system components.

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Figure 7 7360 ISAM FX system components

NT LT

iHub LT-Control
Transport
iHub control

Switch/Router IWF

System control
Control plane
Data plane
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2.3.1.1 NT cards
The 7360 ISAM FX NT cards consist of an IHub subsystem and a system control
subsystem.
• The IHub subsystem has enhanced L2 functionality (VPLS based) and L3
functionality (VPRN based) and consists of a 10 GE switch/router device, and
IHub control SW.
• The system control subsystem implements the management plane of the system
(both the NT cards and the LT cards) and part of the control plane (subscriber
management in particular). The system control consists of SW running on a
general purpose processor, shared with the IHub control SW (on a separate
processor core).

2.3.1.2 NTIO cards


The NTIO board plays the role of an applique to either the single NT board, or to both
NT boards, depending on the NT redundancy configuration. It allows to decouple NT
equipment protection from up-link protection in case of a redundant NT pair.
In case the active NT fails, traffic on the NTIO external links will be switched
automatically to and from the stand-by NT.

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2.3.1.3 LT cards
The 7360 ISAM FX LT cards provide an IWF, a transport subsystem, and an LT
control subsystem.
• The transport subsystem terminates the physical layer of the user interfaces. The
transport subsystem varies with the type of access technology used, such as
Ethernet.
• The IWF processes the packets in the fast path. The IWF is capable of handling
frames at L2 (basically bridging) and L3 (basically IP forwarding), including
sophisticated filtering and traffic management, all at the line rate of the transport
medium.
• The LT control subsystem provides the slow path control plane and internal
operations and maintenance applications.

2.3.1.4 GPON LT cards


The GPON functionality of the 7360 ISAM FX extends the system boundaries up to
128 ONTs over fiber that can reach tens of kilometers from the GPON LT cards
located in a 7360 ISAM FX shelf.
These GPON LT cards provide the physical interfaces from the 7360 ISAM FX shelf
toward the CPE, or the ONTs.

2.3.1.5 1G and 10G EPON LT cards


The EPON functionality of the 7360 ISAM FX extends the system boundaries by
using up to 64 ONUs over a fiber plant that can provide a reach of up to tens of
kilometers out from the EPON LT cards in a shelf.
EPON LT cards provide the physical interfaces from the 7360 ISAM FX shelves
towards the ONUs.
EPON LT cards can be managed using the following configuration models:
• EPON: default mode, managed using traditional 1G EPON model
• DPoE: managed using traditional 1G EPON model with specified OAM
• DOCSIS: managed using DOCSIS model
See Chapter “DPoE Network Architecture” in the “Systems Description for FD
100/320 Gbps NT and FX NT” guide for more information.

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2.3.1.6 NG-PON2 LT cards


The NG-PON2 functionality of the ISAM extends the system boundaries by up to 256
Optical Network Terminations (ONTs), over a fiber plant that can reach 20-40
kilometers out from the NG-PON2 LT cards located in an ISAM shelf.
These NG-PON2, or TWDM, LT cards provide the physical interfaces from ISAM
shelves, toward customer premises equipment, that is, toward ONTs.

2.3.1.7 DSL LT cards


The multi-DSL integrated splitter LT cards, with board-level vectoring and bonding,
provide LINE and POTS connector interfaces supporting 48 lines per card which can
be configured as ADSL, ADSL2, ADSL2+, and VDSL2.

2.3.1.8 POTS LT cards


The POTS only LT card in the ISAM Voice package provides 48 subscriber line
terminations per card.

2.3.1.9 NVPS card


The NVPS card provides the H.248 Media Gateway for the H.248 POTS voice
service.

2.3.2 Physical components


Figure 8 shows the forwarding architecture of the 7360 ISAM FX system.

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Figure 8 7360 ISAM FX forwarding architecture

Network links
Subtending links NT LT
User links
IHUB Ethernet CPE
router IWF Transport GPON ONT
EMAN 2-n
EPON ONT
EPS IHUB LT
control control
NTIO

System
control

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A 7360 ISAM FX shelf consists of the following card types:


• NT cards
• LT cards
• Vector Processing Server boards
• GFC card
• NTIO card (optional)
• NVPS card

2.3.2.1 NT cards
The shelf can accommodate two NT cards. These NT cards can act as an
active/standby pair for all functions.
The FANT-F (480 Gbps) and FANT-G (1.2 TBps) NT cards are supported in
7360 ISAM FX equipment.
The FANT-F with integrated IHub subsystem provides the following links on the front
panel:
• 1 x fixed 10/100/1000Base-T port.
This port operates in 10 Mb/s, 100 Mb/s, or 1 GE mode.
• 4 x 10 GE SFP+ port:
This port operates in 1 GE mode (with standard SFP optics) and in 10 GE mode
(with SFP+ optics).
• LCMI interface (RJ-45 connector)
• ToD/1 PPS interface (RJ-45 connector)
• 10 MHz GPS interface (SMA connector)
• 1 PPS interface (SMA connector)

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The FANT-G with integrated IHub subsystem provides the following links on the front
panel:
• 1 x fixed 10/100/1000Base-T port.
This port operates in 10 Mb/s, 100 Mb/s, or 1 GE mode.
• 4 x 10 GE SFP+ port:
This port operates in 1 GE mode (with standard SFP optics) and in 10 GE mode
(with SFP+ optics).
• 1 x 100 GE CFP4 port: This port operates only in 100 GE mode
• LCMI interface (RJ-45 connector)
• ToD/1 PPS interface (RJ-45 connector)
• 10 MHz GPS interface (SMA connector)
• 1 PPS interface (SMA connector)
• Debug interface (Mini-USB connector)

2.3.2.2 NTIO cards


The NTIO ports can be configured as:
• UP for uplinks/subtending/user links
• DOWN for internal LT links
and
• FIXED for fixed configuration (UP or DOWN)
• CONF for configurable configuration (UP or DOWN)
Table 26 lists the supported NTIO cards.
Table 26 Supported NTIO cards

NTIO card Interfaces

FNIO-A Eight additional external Ethernet interfaces:


• each supporting optical GE or 10GE ports

FNIO-B Eight additional external Ethernet interfaces:


• four optical 100/1000Base-FX
• four combo uplink ports, which can be configured to optical uplink ports (SFP ports,
100Base-FX, 1000Base-FX) or electrical uplink ports (RJ45, 10/100/1000BASE-T)

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2.3.2.3 LT cards
The LT cards in the shelf consist of an IWF, the transport termination, and the LT
control.
The LT cards, also known as LIMs, use a different IWF between the user side and
the Ethernet network side, depending on the card type. Table 27 lists the supported
LT cards with their physical interface types, density (that is, number of lines per card),
and IWF capability.
Table 27 Supported LT cards

LT card Physical Overlay Density FANT-F interface FANT-G IWF


interfaces interface

NELT-B Ethernet — 18/36 10 GE — L3 (1)

FELT-B Ethernet — 18/36 20 GE — L3 (1)


(7360 ISAM FX-16)
40 GE
(7360 ISAM FX-8
and
7360 ISAM FX-4)

FGLT-A GPON — 16 40 GE — L3 (1) (2)

FGLT-B GPON — 16 40 GE 40 GE L3 (1) (2)

FPLT-A EPON — 8 10 GE 10 GE L3 (3)

FPXT-B 10G EPON — 8 40 GE 40 GE L3

FWLT-A TWDM — 4 40 GE 40 GE L3 (1)

NDLS-E DSL — 48 10 GE — L2, L3

NDLS-F DSL — 48 10 GE — L2, L3

NGLT-A GPON — 8 10 GE — L3 (1) (2)

NGLT-C GPON — 8 20 GE — L3 (1) (2)

NPOT-C POTS — 48 10 GE — L2, L3

Notes
(1) L3 GPON: IWF capability on Layer 2 and Layer 3. For an overview of the IWF capabilities, see section 2.7.
(2) Not all L3 features are supported in these ports, see Table 41.
(3) L3 EPON: IWP function capability on Layer 2 and Layer 3. For an overview of the IWF capabilities, see Table 41.

2.3.2.4 Voice package server card


The following voice package server cards are supported:
• NVPS-C: interface at the front panel

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2.3.2.5 Vector processing server board


The following Vector Processing Server boards are supported:
• NDPS-B: up to eight SLV-capable LT board can be connected

2.3.2.6 GFC card


The GFC provides connections for external power, circuit breakers for system
protection, visual indications for power availability, and collection and cascading of
external alarms.

Note — These cards are only used on the 7360 ISAM FX-12,
7360 ISAM FX-8, and the 7360 ISAM FX-4.

2.3.2.7 Port mapping


The following tables list the port mapping for the 7360 ISAM FX system, that is, the
mapping between the logical port numbers as used in the system and the physical
port numbers as visible on the equipment (front panel numbering).
• Table 28 lists the mapped items in a 7360 ISAM FX system.
• Table 29 lists the port mapping for the FANT-F card in a 7360 ISAM FX-16 shelf.
• Table 30 lists the port mapping for the FANT-F card in a 7360 ISAM FX-8 shelf.
• Table 31 lists the port mapping for the FANT-F card in a 7360 ISAM FX-4 shelf.
• Table 32 lists the port mapping for the FANT-G in a 7360 ISAM FX-16 shelf.
• Table 33 lists the port mapping for the FANT-G in a 7360 ISAM FX-12 shelf.
• Table 34 lists the port mapping for the FANT-G in a 7360 ISAM FX-8 shelf.
• Table 35 lists the port mapping for the FANT-G in a 7360 ISAM FX-4 shelf.

Table 28 Mapped items in a 7360 ISAM FX system

Item Description

Physical port number Physical switch device port number

Logical port number Port number as denoted in the SNMP management interface

LT port number For internal LT ports, the index of the LT in the main shelf that corresponds to
(index based) this port (for local LTs only)

Front panel port number For external ports, how this port is identified at the front panel of the card

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Port state / configurability For NTIO ports, how this port can be configured:
• UP for uplinks/subtending/user links
• DOWN for internal LT links
• FIXED for fixed configuration (UP or DOWN)
• CONF for configurable configuration (UP or DOWN)

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Table 29 FANT-F in 7360 ISAM FX-16

Physical Logical LT slot number Faceplate Interface


port number port number (index based) port number

10 15 1 — —
12 16 2 — —

16 17 3 — —

18 18 4 — —

32 19 5 — —

34 20 6 — —

41 21 7 — —

43 22 8 — —
45 23 9 — —

37 24 10 — —

22 25 11 — —
8 26 12 — —

39 27 13 — —

28 28 14 — —

20 29 15 — —

17 30 16 — —

2 5 — 1 (NT-A) RJ-45
4 6 — X1 (NT-A) SFP+

5 7 — X2 (NT-A) SFP+

6 8 — X3 (NT-A) SFP+
7 9 — X4 (NT-A) SFP+

3 3 — IEEE1588 (NT-A) —

— 10 — 1 (NT-B) RJ-45

— 11 — X1 (NT-B) SFP+

— 12 — X2 (NT-B) SFP+

— 13 — X3 (NT-B) SFP+

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port number port number (index based) port number

— 14 — X4 (NT-B) SFP+

— 4 — IEEE1588 (NT-B) —

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Table 30 FANT-F in 7360 ISAM FX-8

Physical Logical port LT slot number Faceplate Interface


port number number (index based) port number

10 15 1 — —

12 16 2 — —
16 17 3 — —

18 18 4 — —

32 19 5 — —

34 20 6 — —
41 21 7 — —

43 22 8 — —

2 5 — 1 (NT-A) RJ-45
4 6 — X1 (NT-A) SFP+

5 7 — X2 (NT-A) SFP+

6 8 — X3 (NT-A) SFP+
7 9 — X4 (NT-A) SFP+

3 3 — IEEE1588 (NT-A) —

— 10 — 1 (NT-B) RJ-45

— 11 — X1 (NT-B) SFP+

— 12 — X2 (NT-B) SFP+

— 13 — X3 (NT-B) SFP+

— 14 — X4 (NT-B) SFP+

— 4 — IEEE1588 (NT-B) —

Table 31 FANT-F in 7360 ISAM FX-4

Physical Logical LT slot number Faceplate Interface


port number port number (index based) port number

10 15 1 — —

12 16 2 — —

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port number port number (index based) port number

16 17 3 — —

18 18 4 — —

2 5 — 1 (NT-A) RJ-45

4 6 — X1 (NT-A) SFP+

5 7 — X2 (NT-A) SFP+

6 8 — X3 (NT-A) SFP+

7 9 — X4 (NT-A) SFP+

3 3 — IEEE1588 (NT-A) —
— 10 — 1 (NT-B) RJ-45

— 11 — X1 (NT-B) SFP+

— 12 — X2 (NT-B) SFP+

— 13 — X3 (NT-B) SFP+

— 14 — X4 (NT-B) SFP+

— 4 — IEEE1588 (NT-B) —

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Table 32 FANT-G in 7360 ISAM FX-16

Physical Logical LT slot number Faceplate Interface


port number port number (index based) port number

16 19 1 — —

20 20 2 — —

24 21 3 — —

28 22 4 — —

32 23 5 — —

36 24 6 — —

40 25 7 — —

44 26 8 — —

48 27 9 — —

52 28 10 — —

56 29 11 — —

60 30 12 — —
64 31 13 — —

68 32 14 — —

72 33 15 — —

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port number port number (index based) port number

76 34 16 — —

10 7 — 1 (NT-A) RJ-45

11 8 — X1 (NT-A) SFP+

12 9 — X2 (NT-A) SFP+

13 10 — X3 (NT-A) SFP+

14 11 — X4 (NT-A) SFP+

15 12 — X5 (NT-A) CFP4

4 3 — 1 IEEE1588 (NT-A) —
5 5 — 2 IEEE1588 (NT-A) —

10 13 — 1 (NT-B) RJ-45

11 14 — X1 (NT-B) SFP+

12 15 — X2 (NT-B) SFP+

13 16 — X3 (NT-B) SFP+

14 17 — X4 (NT-B) SFP+

15 18 — X5 (NT-B) CFP4

4 4 — 1 IEEE1588 (NT-B) —

5 6 — 2 IEEE1588 (NT-B) —

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Table 33 FANT-G in 7360 ISAM FX-12

Physical Logical LT slot number Faceplate Interface


port number port number (index based) port number

24 19 1 — —

28 20 2 — —

32 21 3 — —

36 22 4 — —

40 23 5 — —

44 24 6 — —

48 25 7 — —

52 26 8 — —

56 27 9 — —

60 28 10 — —

64 29 11 — —

68 30 12 — —

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port number port number (index based) port number

10 7 — 1 (NT-A) RJ-45

11 8 — X1 (NT-A) SFP+

12 9 — X2 (NT-A) SFP+

13 10 — X3 (NT-A) SFP+

14 11 — X4 (NT-A) SFP+

15 12 — X5 (NT-A) CFP4

4 3 — 1 IEEE1588 (NT-A) —

5 5 — 2 IEEE1588 (NT-A) —
10 13 — 1 (NT-B) RJ-45

11 14 — X1 (NT-B) SFP+

12 15 — X2 (NT-B) SFP+

13 16 — X3 (NT-B) SFP+

14 17 — X4 (NT-B) SFP+

15 18 — X5 (NT-B) CFP4

4 4 — 1 IEEE1588 (NT-B) —

5 6 — 2 IEEE1588 (NT-B) —

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Table 34 FANT-G in 7360 ISAM FX-8

Physical Logical port LT slot number Faceplate Interface


port number number (index based) port number

48 19 1 — —
52 20 2 — —

56 21 3 — —

60 22 4 — —

64 23 5 — —

68 24 6 — —

72 25 7 — —

76 26 8 — —

10 7 — 1 (NT-A) RJ-45

11 8 — X1 (NT-A) SFP+

12 9 — X2 (NT-A) SFP+

13 10 — X3 (NT-A) SFP+

14 11 — X4 (NT-A) SFP+

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port number number (index based) port number

15 12 — X5 (NT-A) CFP4

4 3 — 1 IEEE1588 (NT-A) —

5 5 — 2 IEEE1588 (NT-A) —

10 13 — 1 (NT-B) RJ-45

11 14 — X1 (NT-B) SFP+

12 15 — X2 (NT-B) SFP+

13 16 — X3 (NT-B) SFP+

14 17 — X4 (NT-B) SFP+
15 18 — X5 (NT-B) CFP4

4 4 — 1 IEEE1588 (NT-B) —

5 6 — 2 IEEE1588 (NT-B) —

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Table 35 FANT-G in 7360 ISAM FX-4

Physical Logical LT slot number Faceplate Interface


port number port number (index based) port number

48 19 1 — —

52 20 2 — —

56 21 3 — —

60 22 4 — —

10 7 — 1 (NT-A) RJ-45

11 8 — X1 (NT-A) SFP+
12 9 — X2 (NT-A) SFP+

13 10 — X3 (NT-A) SFP+

14 11 — X4 (NT-A) SFP+

15 12 — X5 (NT-A) CFP4

4 3 — 1 IEEE1588 (NT-A) —

5 5 — 2 IEEE1588 (NT-A) —
10 13 — 1 (NT-B) RJ-45

11 14 — X1 (NT-B) SFP+

12 15 — X2 (NT-B) SFP+
13 16 — X3 (NT-B) SFP+

14 17 — X4 (NT-B) SFP+

15 18 — X5 (NT-B) CFP4

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port number port number (index based) port number

4 4 — 1 IEEE1588 (NT-B) —

5 6 — 2 IEEE1588 (NT-B) —

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2.3.3 IHub
The IHub provides L2 bridging (based on VPLS) and IP routing (based on VPRN).
The IHub has at least 28 ports with various specializations.
A number of ports are used to make a connection at 1 Gb/s or at 2.5 Gb/s or at 10
Gb/s to an LT local in the shelf (one IHub link per LT). The connection speed depends
on the LT capabilities; see Table 27.
The FE/GE ports, which are not used for connecting LT cards (local or remote), and
the 10GE ports, are available as network interfaces, interfaces to subtended DSLAM
systems, or for connecting directly to users. These links serve network links,
subtending links, or user links respectively.
Use of these ports is possible through:
• link interfaces that are physically located on an NTIO card, connected via
bidirectional P2P high-speed connections on the backplane to both NT cards
These interfaces can also be used as electrical FE or GE interfaces, or optical GE,
or 10GE interfaces, for uplink, subtending, or user links. The NTIO card contains
an NT equipment protection switch per external link interface.
Link protection and NT equipment protection can be performed independently
from each other for links terminated on the NTIO.
• link interfaces that are physically located on the NT card, as electrical FE or GE
interfaces, or optical GE or 10 GE interfaces, for uplink, subtending, or user links.

2.3.4 Wavelength Multiplexer (WM)


For the NG-PON2 (TWDM) application, the 7360 ISAM Wavelength
Multiplexer/Demultiplexer (7360 ISAM WM) shall be used to combine and separate
the individual TWDM wavelength channels associated with the TWDM signal.
Note — WM is not required for actual GPON, fixed NG-PON2,
or EPON (either actual EPON or 10G EPON).

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The 7360 ISAM WM is built as a wavelength multiplexer which can be equipped with
the following cards:
• a power card (PC), with a second, optional power card, for 1+1 redundancy
• a controller card (CC)
• line cards (LCs) implementing the wavelength mux/demux function
These cards are designed for use in a 7360 ISAM WM shelf. They cannot be
equipped in a 7360 ISAM FX shelf.
Figure 9 7360 ISAM WM Decomposition

WM

PC CC LC

25758

2.3.5 7360 ISAM WM line cards


The 7360 ISAM WM line card (LC) provides wavelength multiplexing functionality for
downstream and wavelength demultiplexing functionality for upstream.
The following LC is supported in 7360 ISAM WM equipment:
• FWLC-A (dual, 4-channel WM line card), which:
• supports dual, 4-channel WM functionality. Each card can multiplex 4 TWDM
channel pairs to one TWDM channel group.
• has semiconductor optical amplifiers (SOAs) integrated on the card, for upstream
signal amplification, in order to compensate for the insertion loss of upstream
demultiplexing.

Note — LCs with Coexistence element (CEx) are not yet


supported.

2.3.6 7360 ISAM WM controller card


The 7360 ISAM WM controller card collects and aggregates the alarms from each
LC. The FWCC-A is swappable during runtime, and this action will not impact
service.

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The following controller card is supported in 7360 ISAM WM equipment:


• FWCC-A, which:
• provides an alarm interface (DB9) to connect the aggregated alarm signal to the
Environment CO Alarm interface of a 7360 ISAM FX shelf.
• provides RS232(DB9), two GE, and a Micro USB interface to support local and
remote management functionality in the future.

2.3.7 7360 ISAM WM power cards


The ISAM WM power card is the power supply card for ISAM WM equipment. Two
power cards can be equipped in a WM shelf for active/active protection.
The following power card is supported in 7360 ISAM WM equipment:
• FWCC-A, which:
• provides connections for external power and provides 12 V power output to line cards
and controller cards by means of the backplane.
• has circuit breakers for system protection and visual indications for power availability.
It supports two sets of power connectors and circuit breakers for power feeder
redundancy.

2.4 Network management


This section provides network management information for the 7360 ISAM FX
system.
Figure 10 shows how the 7360 ISAM FX system can be managed in a network.
Figure 10 7360 ISAM FX network management

ISAM
Remote CT EMS CT
CLI (via Telnet) RS232
IACM LIM
TL1 (via UDP-login)

LIM
EMAN xHub
LIM
Network Ports

Management Flow
to cascaded ISAM
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The remote craft terminal (CT) uses TL1 commands or command line interface (CLI)
commands. TL1 is used for pre-provisioning of the NT cards. CLI is used to manage
the xHub subsystem, the IACM, and the NVPS.
Figure 11 shows the management topology for the 7360 ISAM FX.
Figure 11 7360 ISAM FX management topology

EMS TL1 Gateway TL1 Terminal TL1 CT CLI Terminal CLI CT Debug Terminal
(e.g. AMS 5520)

SNMPv2 UDP SSH RS232 SSH Telnet RS232 UDP


or
SNMPv3

SNMP TL1 CLI Debug


agent ISAM agent agent agent

20767

The NT controller and the xHub subsystem each contain a separate SNMP agent.
These can be managed using an element management station (EMS), such as the
Nokia 5520 AMS.
It is also possible to use a local TL1 or CLI craft terminal on the NT card to manage
the LT cards.
An integrated CLI approach is implemented on the NT card using a CLI agent. This
agent implements CLI commands for the NT controller/NVPS/LIMs and the xHub
subsystem. However, there is no semantic integration.
Table 36 shows an overview of the involved managers.

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Table 36 Manager overview

Type Description

EMS Element management system (EMS) based on SNMP. The Nokia work station (5520 AMS) is
commonly used.

CT Craft terminal using TL1 commands or command line interface (CLI) commands.

Note 1 — External OAM VLAN:

The IHub subsystem supports in-band management. This


happens through a dedicated VLAN, which must be configured
(if different than 4093) on both the IHub subsystem as on the
NT.
Note 2 — VLAN 4094 is reserved for internal communication
and cannot be used in any Ethernet network in which the
7360 ISAM FX system is deployed.

2.4.1 7360 ISAM WM management


The 7360 ISAM WM equipment does not require any management. It provides
aggregated alarms from 7360 ISAM WM line cards and controller cards. These
aggregated alarms are captured by the main shelf alarm interface.

2.5 EPON implementation of ISAM


The 7360 ISAM FX is an optical fiber distribution network that delivers voice, data,
and video services to residential and business subscribers using the Ethernet
Passive Optical Network (EPON) technology.
ISAM provides the core processing, switching, and control functions. The
7360 ISAM FX shelves with an NT card and an EPON LT card comprise the
conceptual OLT system from an EPON network point of view as follows:
• In the upstream direction, ISAM interacts with the Ethernet switch and voice
gateway using the NT cards.
• In the downstream direction, ISAM distributes network traffic to the ONUs over the
EPON, with the LT cards terminating the EPON connections to the subscribers.

The Nokia ONU products are edge devices that use EPON technology to extend a
fiber optic cable from an OLT shelf to a residential or business subscriber residence,
including single-family residences, multi-dwelling units such as apartment buildings
and small office or home office applications.

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See 7360 ISAM FX System Description for more information about EPON network
architecture, implementation, and supported features in ISAM.

2.5.1 EPON support for North America


The 7360 ISAM FX supports the EPON LT card that enables a link for operations,
administration, and maintenance between the OLT and the ONU. This link is
independent of the northbound interface to the customer operational and business
support systems. The associated service concepts are L2 VLAN based.
EPON LT cards can be managed using the following configuration models:
• EPON: default mode, managed using traditional 1G EPON model
• DPoE: managed using traditional 1G EPON model with specified OAM
• DOCSIS: managed using DOCSIS model
See Chapter “DPoE Network Architecture” in the “Systems Description for FD
100/320 Gbps NT and FX NT” guide for more information.
Initial DPoE OAM support includes the following features:
• Basic service features
• PB encapsulation mode
• PB transport mode
• IP HSD mode
• combination PB encapsulation and PB transport mode
• combination IP HSD and PB transport mode
• ONU UNI management (not applicable to DOCSIS mode)
• ONU maximum MAC
• ONU UNI ACL
• ONU UNI CCL
• ONU UNI VLAN
• ONU MAC aging time (not applicable to DOCSIS mode)
• ONU optical diagnosis (not applicable to DOCSIS mode)
• ONU software upgrade mode (not applicable to DOCSIS mode)
• ONU IGMP snooping mode (not applicable to DOCSIS mode)
Table 37 describes the EPON supported functionality for the current release.
Table 37 EPON supported functionality

Area Description

EPON Protocol

EPON interface EPON PMD,RS, PCS, PMA and MPCP sublayer complies with IEEE
802.3ah-2004 specification

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PMD In compliance with ITU-T G.652 and G.657 single-mode fiber

EPON system is a single-fiber, 2-way system with upstream and downstream


using separate wavelengths:
• upstream 1260 nm to 1360 nm
• downstream 1480 nm to 1500 nm

1000Base-PX20+ optical module types

FEC Forward Error Correction in both the upstream and downstream directions
(hardware ready)

MPCP Up to a 64 split ratio per PON

Maximum reach of 20 km with 1:32 split ratio

Range distance in meters to the EMS system is reported


Single-LLID (S-LLID) mode

Multi-LLID (M-LLID) mode

Maintenance Remote ONU software upgrade mode

EPON OLT L2 forwarding

Switching capacity and 960 Gbps switch capability


uplink
80 Gbps up link (10 Gbps per 8 ports)

L2 switching MAC switching and dynamic MAC learning

MAC address configurable aging time (300 default)

Ethernet MTU size of 2000 bytes in compliance with IEEE 802.3as

L2 isolation between ONUs


Frame format Ethernet II frame format

In compliance with IEEE 802.3 and 802.2 LLC-SNAP encapsulation frame format

VLAN and QinQ Ability to distinguish C-VLAN and VLAN ports. Handles the traffic that belongs to
a VLAN port according to the forwarder type that is associated to the VLAN port.

C-VLAN port: OLT checks if the outer VLAN in the frame matches one of the
C-VLAN configured on the LLID. If yes, the frame belongs to the C-VLAN port.

VLAN port: If the frame does not match any C-VLAN ports and the VLAN port is
created on the LLID, the frame belongs to the VLAN port. If the VLAN port is not
created on the LLID, the frame will be dropped.

Ability to apply the following VLAN forwarding models to C-VLAN port:


• C-VLAN cross connect
• C-VLAN residential bridge
• S+C-VLAN cross connect

1:1 C-VLAN translation, N:1 C-VLAN translation, and mixed mode without
forwarding performance impact

VLAN stacking (QinQ) feature in compliance with IEEE 802.1ad

TPID 0x8100 for both outer VLAN tag and inner VLAN tag

ONU L2 forwarding

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Area Description
L2 switching MAC switching and dynamic MAC learning

MAC address configurable aging time

Ethernet MTU size of 2000 bytes in compliance with IEEE 802.3as specification
L2 isolation between UNI port

VLAN In compliance with IEEE 802.1Q VLAN tagging with full 4K VLANs in the range
of 2 to 4096

VLAN mode per UNI: transparent. Supports VLAN mode per UNI: tag
VLAN mode per UNI: trunk

C-VLAN TPID Configurable TPID for V-VPLS services limited to the following unique tags per
ISAM:
S-VLAN TPID
• 0x8100
• 0x88a8
• 0x9100
• 0x9200

ONU TPID is configurable per ONU


OLT supports TPID translation. The network side TPID is configurable. The
network port can be configured as following two TPID modes:
• port-based: all egress frames from the port will use the same TPID value
• v-VPLS-based: egress grames from the different v-VPLS will use the
different TPID values

IPv6 IPv6 (hardware ready)

DBA Combination of Dynamic Bandwidth Allocation:


• fixed bandwidth (CIR)
• assured bandwidth (AIR)
• best effort bandwidth (EIR)

Minimum bandwidth allocation granularity no larger than 128 Kbps


Configurable minimum bandwidth no larger than 512 Kbps

Accuracy better than ± 5%

OLT QoS
General EPON system supports QoS mechanisms in compliance with ITU-T Y.1291
including:
• traffic classification
• priority marking
• queuing and scheduling
• traffic shaping and policing
• congestion and avoidance
• buffer management, and so on

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Traffic classification Upstream traffic classification based on relevant parameters in Ethernet frames.
Parameters include:
• LLID
• MAC
• DA
• MAC SA
• user priority in compliance with IEEE 802.1D
• Ethernet types: PPPoE, PWE3, MAC control
• source IP
• destination IP
• IP protocol types: TCP, UDP, ICMP, IGMP, and so on
• IP TOS/DSCP
• L4 protocol port
Priority marking By default, the OLT trusts the priority from the ONU

In upstream, the OLT supports p-bits remark and p-bits mapping function based
on VLAN port

OLT supports priority marking for upstream traffic based on traffic classification.
The priority can be forcibly modified.

By default, the mapping between IEEE 802.1D user priority and types of services
in compliance with IEEE 802.1Q-2005 Annex G.4
Queuing and traffic OLT supports mapping and scheduling of both upstream and downstream traffic
scheduling to different queues in compliance with IEEE 802.1D user priority

For downstream traffic, the OLT supports:


• Strict Priority (SP)
• Weighted Round -Robin (WRR)
• SP + WRR
• SP + WRR (default)

Scheduling is based on the PON port.

Rate limiting For downstream traffic, the OLT supports a rate limitation based on the classified
traffic.

Buffer management Congestion and avoidance mechanism is supported such as Tail-Drop.

ONU QoS

Traffic classification OLT supports upstream traffic classification based on relevant parameters in the
Ethernet frames including:
• port
• MAC DA
• MAC SA
• user priority in compliance with IEEE 802.1D
• Ethernet types: PPPoE, PWE3, MAC control
• source IP
• destination IP
• IP protocol types: TCP, UDP,ICMP, IGMP, and so on
• IP TOS/DSCP
• L4 protocol port

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Priority marking OLT supports priority marking for upstream traffic based on traffic classification.
The priority can be forcibly modified.

By default, the mapping between IEEE 802.1D user priority and types of services
in compliance with IEEE 802.1Q-2005 Annex G.4

Queuing and traffic OLT supports mapping and scheduling of both upstream and downstream traffic
scheduling to different queues in compliance with IEEE 802.1D user priority

For upstream and downstream traffic, the ONU supports Strict Priority (SP)

Buffer management Congestion and avoidance mechanism is supported such as Tail-Drop.

OLT security and reliability


MAC learning limitation Limitation of MAC learning based on LLID, and the number of MAC addresses is
configurable per LLID. Maximum 8K per LLID.

ACL OLT supports ACL based on source IP, destination IP, source/destination TCP
or UDP port and protocol number in the upstream direction

OLT supports filtering of illegal frames and illegal multicast sources such as
multicast data flow at the user end

OLT supports discard of Ethernet frames with unknown source MAC address to
avoid MAC address cheating, and supports the configured allowed MAC address
at the upstream direction
Register events from an unprovisioned ONU is reported to EMS system

LT protection LT protection supported to support NT 1:1 protection or load-sharing

Configuration recovery function supported in case of OLT power off/on or card


switch over and the service will continue to work normally
Automatic recovery of ONU configuration if ONU power switches off/on

OLT supports following safety functions:


• IP/MAC anti-spoofing
• anti-DOS attack
• anti-ARP attack
• anti-ICMP attack
• anti-BPDU attack
• IP/MAC address binding
• CPU overload protection

AES Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) supports OLT and ONU side to provide
link security

DPoE supports AES in Cipher Feed Back (CFB) mode

Dying gasp Automatic message sent to end a session when a power outage occurs

ONU security and reliability


MAC learning limitation Limitation MAC learning based on user port and the number of MAC addresses
is configurable per user port. (0 to 48 or 0 to 64)

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Area Description
ACL In the upstream, the ONU supports ACL based on relevant parameters in the
Ethernet frames including:
• port
• MAC DA
• MAC SA
• user priority in compliance with IEEE 802.1D
• Ethernet types: PPPoE, PWE3, MAC control
• source IP
• destination IP
• IP protocol types: TCP, UDP,ICMP, IGMP, and so on
• IP TOS/DSCP
• L4 protocol port

Ethernet port loopback Support in the same Ethernet port or different Ethernet ports. Depending on
detection configuration, the ONU or OLT can shutdown the port when a loopback is
detected.

Measurement and diagnosis


RSSI OLT side RSSI support

ONU side RSSI support

PM counters OLT PM counter support

ONU PM counter support

UNI statistic counter support

ONU information Get ONU firmware version supported: Jedecid, chipset ID, and chipset version

Remote ONU control Reset ONU ability using CLI/SNMP


Multicast

IGMP In downstream, OLT supports Single Copy Broadcast (SCB) to distribute IGMP
packets to all ONUs under a PON using broadcast LLID (mode=1,
LLID=0x7FFF)

OLT supports IGMP proxy

OLT supports IGMP V2 (RFC 2236)

ONU supports IGMP snooping

Dimensions N:1 VLAN translation:


• across 1 LLID: N is minimum 16
• across multiple LLIDs, across 1 PON port: N is minimum 1 K
• across multiple PON ports (per PON): N is minimum 4 K

Max selective S-VLAN (selective QinQ) entries: 2K per LLID or per PON

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Management SNMP v2/v2c/v3

TFTP/FTP/SFTP

Syslog
SNTP client

CLI (SSH/Telnet)

ACL for management protocols

Supports Neighbor Discovery (ND) proxy on the NT card, and ND relay on the
LT card for 10G EPON and allows user-to-user communication and controllable
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2.5.2 Basic service features


EPON is a point to multi-point access network that will allow two or more network
elements to transmit on the same MAC using TDMA. Compliance with specification
802.1ah provides an interoperable method to reach, and identify an ONU and its
capabilities providing information to the EPON OLT to enable the configuration of
services on the ONU.

2.5.2.1 Layer 2 forwarding


The EPON system is configurable using the following forwarding service modes:
• PB encapsulation
In this mode, the ONU will add a VLAN ID default tag for any tagged, untagged,
and priority-tagged frames. The OLT will forward the frame so that the VLAN
ID-default tagged frame will be transported to the uplink port. The upstream and
downstream behavior is symmetric.
• PB transport
In this mode, untagged frames will be discarded by the ONU. Tagged frames in
the trunk list will be forwarded by the OLT, so that tagged frames will be
transported to the uplink port without any change. For tagged frames that are not
in the trunk list, the ONU will discard it. The upstream and downstream behavior
is symmetric.
• IP HSD
In this mode, the ONU will add a tag and forward any untagged frames. The IHub
can keep the tag or strip it out. Tagged or untagged frames will be transported to
the uplink port. If a tagged frame needs to be dropped, an ACL can be configured.
The upstream and downstream behavior is symmetric. In the current release
TPID is 0x8100. The initial ARP request will be discarded, however the service
will not be impacted.

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• combination PB encapsulation and PB transport


In this mode, the ONU will add the VLAN ID-default tag to any tagged, untagged,
or priority tagged PB encapsulation frame so that the VLAN ID-default tagged
frame will be transported to the uplink port. For untagged PB transport frames, the
ONU will add the VLAN ID-default tag. For any tagged PB transport frames in the
trunk list, the ONU will forward it and the OLT will also forward the frame so that
the tagged frame will be transported to the uplink port without any change. For
tagged PB transport frames no included in the trunk list, the ONU will add the
VLAN ID-default tag. The upstream and downstream behavior is symmetric.
• combination IP HSD and PB transport
In this mode, the ONU will add a tag and forward any untagged IP HSD/PB
transport frames. For untagged IP HSD frames, the IHub can keep the tag or strip
it out, so untagged or tagged frames will be transported to the uplink port. For
tagged IP HSD/PB transport frames no in the trunk list, the ONU can add the
VLAN ID-default tag and forward it. For tagged IP HSD/PB transport frames that
are included in the trunk list, the ONU will forward the packet without any change.
If a tagged frame needs to be dropped, an ACL can be configured. the upstream
and downstream behavior is symmetric.

2.5.3 ONU UNI management


This section describes the ONU UNI management features supported.

2.5.3.1 ONU max MAC


The max MAC feature is supported by different third-party software versions. For
proper functioning of the max MAC address functionality, the high limit value for the
Max MAC should be set to 48 or 62 dependent on the ONU hardware implemented.
See your Nokia representative to confirm the correct settings for your system. The
MAC address limiting functionality works correctly for values less than, or equal to,
these limits. Many services do not require MAC learning. To disable the MAC
learning/limiting function and thus have no limit on the ONU, the user should set the
max-MAC value to zero.

2.5.3.2 ONU UNI ACL


The operator can create, modify, or delete an ONU flow on a specific ONU UNI port
that is identified by the UNI port ID and the ONU MAC address. The ONU flow ID is
used to identify the flow number attached to the UNI port of the ONU. A maximum
eight flows can be created per ONU UNI. The ONU UNI ACL configuration is used in
the IP HSD service mode.

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The traffic classification profile for an ONU flow is the profile index which must exist
in the system. The parameter value for the precedence of the traffic classification
profile can be set to indicate the ONU flow behavior, from 1 to 8 ACL configured as
a drop or a pass. The LLID identification that the ONU flow is applied to must be the
same as the ONU MAC address. Only single LLID mode is supported. The ONU UNI
ACL feature supports a maximum of four classifier field clauses.

2.5.3.3 ONU UNI CCL


The operator can create, modify or delete an ONU UNI CCL in the ONU filter profile.
The ONU UNI configuration should be set to tag mode. The precedence, condition
of the filter field to match the specified frame, destination queue for upstream SP
scheduling, and COS value to specify the matched frame for L2 priority can be
configured. The CCL can be associated or unassociated with the ONU UNI specified.
Only single LLID mode is supported and four queues in the upstream direction. The
queue can be set to schedule traffic by strict priority.

2.5.3.4 ONU UNI VLAN


The operator can configure the ONU UNI VLAN mode using the following three
modes:
• transparent mode
The transparent mode is the default configuration mode of the ONU UNI. In the
upstream direction this mode will set the destination and forward the frame if there
is always a match. In the downstream direction, if the LLID is set to zero, the
destination will be set and the frame will be forwarded.
• tag mode
For the tag mode, when the PB encapsulation or IP HSD service mode is
configured, a tag will be added if there is always a match.
• trunk mode
For the trunk mode, when the PB transport service mode is configured, the
system will set the destination and forward the frame if the tag is included the trunk
list. If the tag is not included the frame will be discarded. The default configuration
does not set the default port VID.
A special trunk mode can be used which is a co-existence mode where operators
can configure the default port VID for PB encapsulation and IP HSD service
mode. A trunk mode VID can be configured for PB transport
A VLAN trunk mode configuration, the frame with TPID of 0x8100 will be handled
as a tagged frame and other frames will be handled as an untagged frame. In the
upstream direction. Every upstream tagged frame will be compared with the tag
in the VLAN trunk list and any traffic with a different tag will be dropped. When the
default VLAN tag is configured, there can be co-existence with both the PB
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IP HSD service modes. In the downstream direction, all tagged frames will be
compared with the default port VID. If these match, the outer tag will be deleted.
If no match, the VLAN trunk list will be checked. All unmatched downstream tag
frames will be compared with the VLAN trunk list and any matched frames will
then be forwarded to the ONU UNI. Any unmatched frames will be discarded.
A VLAN trunk mode with a default port VID configuration method can be used for
multiple service co-existence on the same ONU UNI port.
• For a trunk VID in the upstream direction, when an upstream frame matches the trunk
VLAN list, the frame will be forwarded directly without a tag change. If no match, then
the default VID process will occur. For a default VID in the upstream direction, when
a frame contains untag, ctag, or stag, and a match is not included in the VLAN trunk
list, then a default VID will always be added and then forwarded.
• For a trunk VID in the downstream direction, when a frame matches the trunk VLAN
list, the frame will be forwarded directly without a tag change. If no match, then the
default VID process will occur. For a default VID in the downstream direction, when
a frame contains a stag, and a match is not included in the VLAN trunk list, then the
default VID will always be deleted and the frame forwarded.

2.5.4 ONU MAC aging time


The operator can configure an ONU interface to enable or disable parameter settings
to specify the MAC aging time. The MAC aging configuration can be useful used in
conjunction with the max MAC feature on third-party software versions and hardware
to work around current limitations.

2.5.5 ONU optical diagnosis


The operator can enable or disable RSSI functionality at the PON to retrieve optical
power information between the OLT and a specific ONU, or the between the OLT and
all ONUs under a specific PON. Temperature, voltage levels, and laser bias voltage
of the optics module on the ONU and PON can be retrieved for trouble shooting and
maintenance purposes. A host interface will be used in TK OAM to implement the
ONU optical diagnosis function to retrieve the optical parameters of a specified ONU.
If the optical transceiver of the ONU does not comply with SFF-8472 specification,
the data cannot be transmitted. The ONU must be online for transmission to occur.

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2.5.6 ONU software upgrade mode


The OLT can download the software in the following modes:
• TK is used if the ONU cannot extract the files from the software package:
• The OLT extracts the files from the software package for the ONU at the NT.
• The OLT downloads the extracted files from the NT to the LT to the ONU.
• North American EPON may use DPoE or TK mode based on ONU type

Note 1 — The OLT can support TK and DPoE links to OAM on


the same PON concurrently.
Note 2 — See Operations and Maintenance Using CLI and TL1
for more detailed information.

The operator can configure the following ONU software upgrade modes:

Caution — If the ONU firmware version is less than 262,


upgrading a tar file with ONU firmware and personality file using
plan mode will damage the ONU and is not supported due to a
firmware limitation.

Note 1 — If OLT software version is R4.4.03, the ONU firmware


version is 251. Upgrading the personality file is not required as
it will fail, but not damage the ONU.
Note 2 — OLT release R4.4.03 supports TK OAM only. ONU
firmware version 262 is DPoE only. See R4.5 Operations and
Maintenance Guide and Customer Release Notes for more
information.
Note 3 — If ONU software name length is 14 characters it is for
North America EPON. The software will be uploaded to
directory \SW\ONT.
• plan mode
The plan software upgrade mode acts as an automatic mode when configured to
specify the software version to be unpacked. The length of the file name must be
14 bytes with parameters set to TK or DPoE. When configured as a TK plan mode,
the OLT will unpack the software file to be upgraded. The file to be planned must
be a TAR file which will be saved to the directory on the NT card.
When configured as a DPoE plan mode, there is no need to create a
sub-directory. Manually upload the ONU SW to the \SW\ONT\ directory on the NT
card and the LT card will search for it.
When configured as a TK plan mode, check the LT build type. For North American
LT build type, there is no need to create a sub-directory. Manually upload the ONU
SW to the \SW\ONT directory on the NT card and the LT card will search for it.
If the software upgrade mode is set for North American EPON, the OLT sets the
software filename before restarting the ONU.

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• auto mode
The auto software upgrade mode will cause the OLT to automatically compare
software versions to be unpacked with the ONU software control table. The length
of the file name must be 15 to 16 bytes with parameters set to TK. When
configured as a TK auto mode, the OLT does not compare ONU software versions
but will unpack the software upgrade. The file to be planned must be a TAR file
which will be save to the directory on the NT card.
For North American EPON, auto mode using the software version table is not
currently supported.
• manual mode
The manual software upgrade mode will cause the OLT to not unpack the file to
be upgraded, but only transfer this file to the ONU. Manual mode is only triggered
when the download is entered. The ONU personality can only be upgraded by
manual mode using TK OAM. Operators can configure the ONU to select the
relative ONU and software version name to be upgraded. The length of the file
name must be 14 bytes with parameters set to TK or DPoE. The file to be planned
must be a TAR file which will be saved to the \SW\ONT directory on the NT card
where the LT card will search for it. If the file used to be upgraded cannot be
found, the software upgrade process will fail.
If the software upgrade mode is set for North American EPON, you must restart
the ONU using CLI.

2.5.7 ONU IGMP snooping mode


The operator can configure the ONU parameters to IGMP snooping mode V2. Auto
IGMP forwarding to the CPU in downstream direction, and auto IGMP forwarding to
the CPU in the upstream direction can be enabled using a TK host interface. The
highest priority queue is used for classification of downstream IP multicast traffic.
IGMP snooping is supported by various third-party software versions, however fast
leave and cross VLAN IGMP snooping parameters are not supported.

2.5.8 DPoE support for North America


The 7360 ISAM FX supports the DOCSIS provisioning of an Ethernet Passive
Optical Network, also called DPoE system, which is a set of cable television
laboratory specifications that implement the DOCSIS service layer interface on
existing Ethernet PONs (1G EPON or 10G EPON), MAC and PHY layer standards.
DPoE implements the DOCSIS Operations, Administration, Maintenance, and
Provsioning (OAMP) functionalities on existing EPON equipment and allows the
re-use of existing DOCSIS Operations Support System Infrastructure (OSSI). In
short, it makes the EPON OLT act like a DOCSIS Cable Modem Termination
Systems (CMTS) platform. The EPON OLT and EPON ONT work together like a
virtual Cable Modem (vCM).

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See Chapter “DPoE Network Architecture” in the “Systems Description for FD


100/320 Gbps NT and FX NT” guide for more information.
Table 38 describes the DPoE supported functionality.
Table 38 DPoE supported functionality

Area Description

Equipment

System configuration file Provides a human-readable contiguous configuration file for entire DPoE system
and can load/run another configuration file. File name should be consistent with
standard UNIX file systems.
System executable software Supports storage capacity for active DPoE system executable software (image)
currently running and at least two other versions of the software with capability to
switch between them

Designates the software image for each type of reboot from the CLI and in the
configuration file

System local logging Supports Local logs and core dumps stored in the same file system with the
configuration files and system image files

Supports all hardware, software, and network interface failures logged in a local
log in a controlled way to enable, disable, switch, threshold, log file size
Controllable log file size not yet supported
PON optical module Complies with MSA standards for TU interface of DPoE system for pluggable
transceivers such as SFP, SFP+ , and XFP

ONU local log and syslog Supports Local log and syslog logging for severe error ONU logging as follows:
• report DPoE ONUs that register, de-register, and re-register more than
operator configurable times for N and T
• report the last registration state before a registration failure on every failed
DPoE ONU registration
• report the optical power and signal parameters available for a failed DPoE
ONU registration
General

vCM TFTP Used by the DPoE system for downloading operational software and
configuration information

vCM DHCPv4 Obtains IP addresses and other configuration for the purposes of DPoE ONU
management proxy

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vCM general Obtains an IP address and modem provisioning file from the OSS provisioning
systems, on behalf of the DPoE ONU, as part of the modem registration process
because the DPoE ONU does not contain an IP stack and is not directly
addressable using IP

Obtains IP address on behalf of the DPoE ONU

Maintains IP address and associated parameters for the DPoE ONU as a vCM

Performs IP provisioning on behalf of a DPoE ONU

Complies to MULPIv3.0 specification requirements

Configures the DPoE ONU with the parameters specified in the DOCSIS CM
configuration file and blocks all frame forwarding from S interfaces on the DPoE
ONU when the DOCSIS CM configuration file specifies that network access is
disabled

Configures both itself and the DPoE ONU during registration based on the TLVs
specified in the DOCSIS CM configuration file

System DHCP relay Suuports a DHCP relay agent that allows the operator to associate a CPE IP
address request with the customer DPoE ONU MAC address

vCM configuration Supports parsing and processing of CM configuration files

System time synchronization Establishes a time reference through Time of Day (ToD) , Network Time Protocol
(NTP), or other means prior to establishing vCMs
Supplies a time reference for each vCM based on the already established DPoE
system time. A time reference for each vCM is not required.
IP routing

Route distribution Supports IP route re-distribution from every active IP routing protocol to every
other IP routing protocol, at least 8000 routes

BFD Supports bi-directional Forwarding Detection (BFD)

ECMP Supports Equal Cost Multi-Path (ECMP) for IP forwarding based on all IP routing
protocols and static routes up to at least 16 MAX-PATHS (including default route
and default network)

Policy routing Supports source policy based routing

Static routes Supports static IP routes configured by the configuration file or through CLI for
the removal of static routes from the active forwarding routes and keeps the
configuration file the same when BFD detects a next hop failure
Default route Supports four default routes for the configuration and forwarding of a static route
to which all traffic not otherwise reachable by other routing protocols or static
routes should be forwarded
Removes default routes from the active forwarding routes and keeps the
configuration file the same when BFD detects a next hop failure

IGPs Supports route maps for configuration of IP route distribution between routing
protocols

Simultaneously runs both IS-IS and OSFPv2

Continues running BFD upon recovery of link failure and can re-establish the
adjacency and admit the route to the link state database

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OSFP Supports the following OSPF functionality:
• point-to-point links without a default router
• re-distributed label routes as type 5/7 LSAs
• graceful restart

IS-IS Supports the following IS-IS functionality:


• multiple topology (M-ISIS)
• MT extensions for LSP in order to support M-ISIS

BGP Supports the following BGP functionality:


• distribution of routes throughout an Antonomous System
• graceful restart
• confederations
• MD5 signature option
• community tagging for announced and received IP routes with iBGP (16
communities for each)
• route policy controls including prefix, filtering, filter lists, and route maps
• blocking, filtering, suppression, aggregation, summarization of IP routes
based on BGP policy matches

RIP Supports the following RIP functionality:


• method of verification of the source IP addresses
• method of verification of the source CMCI port
• IP forwarding path secured when IP routing is operating over a CMCI
interface

Local log and syslog Supports the following IP routing debug tools functionality:
• local log and syslog for IP routing state changes for adjacencies
• local log and syslog for configuration changes that affect IP routing protocols

Static IP routing Supports static IP routing for the CMCI interface

SAV Supports the following SAV functionality:


• IPv4 filter rules based on IPv4 source address and netmask
• IPv6 filter rules based on IPv6 source address and prefix length
• support to dynamically learn IP SAV filter rules via snooping DHCPv4/v6
sessions
• support to statically configure IP SAV filter rules via Static SAV Authorization
Encoding TLVs (43.7), or via CLI configurations for Static IP SAV filter Rules
• IP SAV filter rules that are persistent across NT switchover or LT reset

Management

System information dump Supports CLI command that dumps all necessary system information such as
configuration, logs, settings, states, etc.

ONU information dump Supports the following CLI show commands for display:
• registration status
• authentication status
• operating interfaces
• data rate for a DPoE ONU based on a provided DPoE ONU MAC address

CLI Supports CLI from local terminal using RJ-45 or RS-232 connectors or remotely
over IP using the SSH2 protocol

CLI local terminal access Supports VT100 terminal access using serial ports with RJ-45 or RS-232
connectors to the CLI, and may have more than one port for terminal access

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Area Description
CLI security login Supports non-encrypted password access using Telnet, MD5 encrypted storage
and retrieval of passwords for CLI access, encrypted password access using
SSHv2, Remote Authentication Dial In User Service (RADIUS), and vTerminal
Access Controller Access-Control system Plus (TACACS+) for password
authentication if configured
vTernminal Access Controller Access-Control system Plus (TACACS+) is not yet
supported

Client applications Supports the following client applications:


• Telnet
• SSHv2
• DNS
• NTP

CLI auto message display Provides messages to all active login sessions. The matching local log entries
are created for each of the following events:
• configuration change is committed or saved
• interface is administratively configured up or down
• new session is started (logged in) or ended (logged out)
• login fails

SNMPv2/v3 Supports both versions and provides a method to individually enable and disable
each possible trap required by this specification
FTP/SFTP file transfer Transfers the binary software files, configuration files, and local log files to and
from the DPoE system

Loopback IP address Supports at least 8 loopback IP addresses and provides the capability to
configure a minmum of 2 IPv4 loopback addresses

System management Supports the following IP service daemons, helper, proxies, or ALGs:
protocols • SSHv2
• FTP/SFTP
• SCP (RCP + SSHv2)
• TFTP
• HTTP
• NTP/SNTP
• TELNET
• DNS proxy server
• SNMPv2/SNMPv3
• BOOTP relay
• DHCP relay

Message of day in system Provides a method to configure a Message of Day (MOTD) in the configuration
configuration file file

vCM management Supports MIB objects in the ifTable of the IF-MIB for each DPoE ONU S interface
on behalf of the vCM used to provide SNMP management for the DPoE ONU

Supports the dot3StatsDuplexStatus MIB object in the dot3StatsTable of the


EtherLike-MIB, and may support other IETF-approved MIB objects defined by
IEEE or MEF on behalf of the vCM used to provide SNMP management for the
DPoE ONU

Supports the following TLVs:


• Cable Modem Interface Mask (CMIM) sub-type (43.5.4)
• VPN Identifier (VPNID) (43.5.1)

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Performance monitoring Supports the 32-bit counters provided by the docsL2vpnVpnCmStatsTable of the
L2VPN MIB

Event alarms Supports the DOCSIS event extensions to facilitate DPoE MEF fault
management on behalf of the DPoE ONU including local log, SNMP trap, and
syslog events

DPoE ISAM management Supports two models: Model 1 for VLAN tagged Management using NT access
access ports, and Model 2 for IP management using NT network ports

Operations and maintenance

CFM Supports Connectivity Fault Management (CFM) diagnostics for the D and MN
interfaces (802.1ag)

EFM Supports link diagnostics (802.3ah) on DPoE ONUs by providing a method to


operate DPoE ONU S interface diagnostics as specified in DPoE-SP-OAMv1.0

PM counters - uplink and Tracks and supports the following statistics per direction for the D and TU
PON interfaces:
• Bits Per Second (BPS) per interface
• Packets Per Second (PPS)
• IP subnets in use (count)
• ACL filters in use (count and list of ACL numbers)
ONU remote loopback Provides a CLI command to enable and disable DPoE ONU remote loopback as
specified in DPoE-SP-OSSIv1.0 and 802.3

ONU debugging information Supports basic, and controlled EPON debug capabilities such as EPON ONU
registration logging, optical power receive, and EPON OAM PDU received
message logging.

PON diagnostics Supports the ability to place the DPoE ONU into remote loopback mode as
specified by 802.3
System packet intercept Supports broadband intercept using one or more of the following methods:
• IPFIX
• port mirroring
• ACL based IP port mirroring

System RSSI Supports all optical monitoring values as specified in SFF-8472, including
monitoring received optical power, transmit power, transmit bias current, internal
voltage, and temperature
Reports received optical power on a per logical link basis, as well as reports
received optical power during idle time on the PON upstream

ONU RSSI Supports all optical monitoring values as specified in SFF-8472, including
monitoring received optical power, transmit power, transmit bias current, internal
voltage, and temperature

ONU optical power control Disconnects the power supply from the optical module using software control
Controls the power supply separately to the transmit and receive paths of the
optical module

Rogue ONU detection and Provides the operator capability to turn on or off the rogue DPoE ONU detection
closure function for each PON and for an entire DPoE system

OSSI

System SNMP agent Supports a SNMP agent to provide management access in support of DPoE
system MIBs (SNMPv1, SNMPv2c, and SNMPv3 protocols)

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vCM SNMP agent Provides a SNMP agent for management access to the supported CM MIBs for
the vCM. Each vCM appears as a separate management entity to external
management applications.

Implements the SNMPv1, SNMPv2c, and SNMPv3 protocols

System traps Provides ability to generate SNMP notifications to one or more trap receivers
System syslog Provides ability to generate events to a syslog server

vCM traps Provides ability to generate SNMP notifications to one or more trap receivers

vCM syslog Provides ability to generate events to a syslog server

System ICMP error Supports IP end-station generation of ICMP error messages and processing of
all ICMP messages for IP addresses on any of its D interfaces

vCM ICMP error Supports IP end-station generation of ICMP error messages and processing of
all ICMP messages

System configuration Supports CLI


vCM configuration Supports system configuration by a configuration file, configuration file based
SNMP encoded objects, and SNMP Set operations

Rejects the configuration file when the configuration file received by the vCM
contains duplicate TLV-11 elements

vCM software download Supports both the SNMP and configuration file initiated methods to trigger the
Secure Software Download

System performance Supports the monitoring of the MAC and PHY interfaces using the standard
management interface statistics through the IF-MIB for the corresponding EPON interfaces
vCM performance Supports the BRIDGE-MIB by using DPoE OAM messages to retrieve the
management appropriate statistics from the DPoE ONU

System performance Supports the DOCS-DIAG-MIB to provide early detection to existing DOCSIS
management systems

System security Provides SNMP responses in accordance with the SNMP framework
management
vCM security management Provides SNMP responses in accordance with the SNMP framework

EPON configuration Applies global parameter configurations, 1G EPON, and 10G EPON interface,
and so on

EPON MIB compliance Supports managed objects of EPON

System MIB compliance Supports the MIBs required of the CMTS

vCM MIB compliance Supports the list of MIBs required of the CM on behalf of the DPoE ONU

PON physical

PMD Supports all of the Physical Media Dependent classes defined in 802.3
specification for 1G EPON and 10G EPON

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FEC Supports the Forward Error correction (FEC) methods defined in 802.3
specification with the additional capabilities also defined in this specification

Supports different FEC states to enable or disable in the upstream and


downstream directions in the DPoE system

Supports the different FEC states to enable or disable in the upstream and
downstream directions in the DPoE ONU

Supports enabling FEC on a per logical link basis in the DPoE system

Supports enabling FEC on a per logical link basis in the DPoE ONU

Raman mitigation Allows for reducing Raman interference of the EPON downstream with other
optical wavelengths by replacing IDL time by randomize frames as defined in
802.3 specification

QoS

Service classes profile Supports configuration of QoS parameters using named service classes as
specified in MULPIv3.0

HSD ACL Supports the following parameters for L2 ACLs:


• MAC
• source address
• destination address
• MAC address ranges
• source address
• destination address
• 802.1ad
• SVLAN ID
• CVLAN ID
• 802.1q VLAN ID
• 802.1 TPID
• 802.1ah I-SID

Security and certificate


Redundancy Supports hot-swappable line cards for all line cards used within a single chassis

System anti-DOS attack Provides a mechanism to prevent occurrence of the DOS flooding attack
originating from a DPoE ONU

System rate limit for UC and Offers operator configurable filters to control the data rate of block broadcast
BC frames within a given VLAN

MAC limitation per UNI Supports limitation of the number of MAC addresses learned on the s interface
in the DPoE ONU

D-ONU authentication Supports configuration of DPoE ONU authentication commands and parameters

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System SAV (IP Supports the SAV functions that apply to IPv4 packets defined in SECv3.0
anti-spoofing) specification
Not supported yet
Allows for configuration to enable or disable SAV

Implements the following CMTS standards to support interactions with provider


DHCP server(s) related to SAV:
• DHCP Leasequery protocol
• DHCPv6 Leasequery protocol and related standards

Allows CMTS configuration to enable or disable the use of the SAV group ID
encoding and static SAV prefix endcoding for identification of operator assigned
IP addresses

Discards upstream IP packets received on a SID assigned to an initializing CM


,and all upstream IP packets on all SIDs of the CM after it has finished the
initialization process when the source IP address does not match the IP address
assigned to the CM by an authorized DHCP server, whether SAV is enabled or
not

ONU digital certificate Ensures authentication and encryption procedures configured for the DPoE
authentication network have been completed before allowing configuration of a DPoE ONU or
enable services either locally at the DPoE system, or at the DPoE ONU

Validates the DPoE ONU certificate using the procedures and criteria defined in
SECv3.0 and deny service to DPoE ONUs presenting invalid certificates

MIC for ONU configuration Implements the MIC and Extended MIC procedures for transferring and verifying
file DPoE ONU configuration files received from the OSSI
Obtains the manufacturer CA or CableLabs Mfg CA certificate first using the
out-of-band configuration information on behalf on CMTS

AES Implements the downstream encryption modes (1Down and 10Down)

Implements the 10Bi method, including upstream encryption for use in cases
where the upstream security of the PON may be suspect

X509 certificates De-registers any DPoE ONU that fails authentication


Not supported yet
Supports the ability for CMTS to provision at least two Root CA Certificates

Supports CMTS ability for HTTP download of CRL files


Supports CMTS capability of acting as an OCSP client

ONU digital-certificate Implements the requirements of SECv3.0 for secure non-volatile storage of
authentication certificate and the corresponding public/private keys
Not supported yet
Stores the certificate private key in a manner that deters unauthorized disclosure
and modification
Secure ONU software Ensures vendors digitally sign their code images with the Mfg CVC, as described
download in SECv3.0
Not supported yet
May allow service providers to digitally co-sign vendor code images with the
operator’s CVC

Transmits executable image files only after encryption is enabled

System rate limit for Supports the capability for CMTS to limit the rate at which it transmits
downstream protocols downstream address resolution requests

ONU ACL Supports the upstream drop classifiers on the DPoE ONU (TLV-60)

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Area Description
Services

System MTU size Supports the MAC frame size maximum of 1600 bytes for 1G EPON and 200
bytes for 10G EPON (802.3as) for the DPoE system

ONU MTU size Supports the MAC frame size maximum of 1600 bytes for 1G EPON and 200
bytes for 10G EPON (802.3as) for the DPoE ONU
LLID mapping Requires an SF within the DPoE system to be mapped into one of the available
LLIDs, where the mapping between the SF and the LLID is a vendor-specific
process

System downstream Supports classification of frames into downstream service flows in the DPoE
classifiers system

ONU upstream classifiers Supports clissification of frames into upstream service flow on the DPoE ONU

System classifiers Supports the following two sub-classes of QoS classifiers in the DPoE system:
• MEF QoS classifiers
• IP (HSD) QoS classifiers
ONU classifiers Supports the following two sub-classes of QoS classifiers on the DPoE ONU:
• MEF QoS classifiers
• IP (HSD) QoS classifiers

DPoE MEF general Ensures that all downstream traffic not classified for forwarding will be dropped
at or before the applicable classification reference point by the DPoE system
DPoE IP (HSD) Requires that the DPoE system is configured to reserve specific (listed) SVLAN
IDs for IP (HSD) in order to locally provision SVLANs for IP (HSD) forwarding that
are compatible with SVLAN IDs used

Preserves the CVLAN ID assignment for EVCs across the lifetime of a vCM
registration in the DPoE system

HSD provision Provides both a CLI command and a configuration file command to configure one
or more SVLANs for IP (HSD) service in the DPoE system
Associates SVLANs with a set of interfaces if the interfaces and those SVLANs
are assigned to an IP-SG and support bundling of multiple SVLANs into a single
virtual bundle called an IP Serving Group in the DPoE system

Provides a method of limiting the rate of DHCP lease renewals by providing a


configurable limit of the number of lease renewals permitted on the DPoE
system, for each individual helper (relay) for a moving window for which the
period (in seconds) is configured

HSD VLAN forwarding Allows the capability of forwarding Ethernet frames on the D and MN interfaces
in compliance with 802.1d, 802.1q, and 802.1ad specifications in the DPoE
system
(802.1ah not supported yet)

Requires the tag to be applied as an outer (trunking) tag in addition to existing


802.1q, 802.1ad, or 802.1ah specification tags when the DPoE system is
configured to combine D and MN using 802.1q specification

Ensures the DPoE system multiplexing the logical D and MN interfaces into a
single Ethernet interface does not remove or re-write any existing tags upon
egress direction from the MN or D interfaces

Ensures that the (trunking) outer tag is removed before passing the frame to the
logical D or MN interface when a DPoE system is configured to combine D and
MN interfaces in complaince with 802.1q specification

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HSD link aggregation Supports 802.1ax link aggregation specification on the D and MN or combined D
and MN interfaces for all network to network traffic in the DPoE system

IP (HSD) forwarding Supports Variable Length Subnet Masking (VLSM) on all IP interfaces, and IP
subnet masks of any length on the D interface in the DPoE system

Supports at least 32 IP subnetworks for each TU interface that may span across
multiple TU interfaces with at least 4 IP subnetworks for each D interface

Supports IP-SG commands to associate multiple TU interfaces with one IP


subnet, support service address verification, ACLs, sub-interfaces, and Address
Resolution Protocol (ARP) filters with an IP-SG

Supports at least 128 DPoE standalone ONUs configured with IP (HSD) service
for one CMCI interface (on each DPoE standalone ONU) for each TU interface
in the DPoE system
Supports operation with 1024 CMCI ports for as many as 128 DPoE standalone
ONUs on each TU interface

MPLS Supports Multi-protocol Label Switching (MPLS) using Label Distributin Protocol
(LDP) for the D interface in the DPoE system

IP (HSD) provision Supports configuration to disable ARP individually for each DPoE ONU CMCI
port in the DPoE system
Provides capability of disabling ARP individually for each DPoE ONU CMCI port
by the DPoE ONU EPON MAC address and a port index in the DPoE system

Supports configuration to disable ARP for the CMCI port based only on the DPoE
ONU CMCI port when a DPoE ONU has only one CMCI port or has only one
CMCI port configured

VLAN forwarding Supports the DPoE ONU to associate all the customer frames received from or
transmitted on a single MU interface with exactly one EPL service instance, or to
associate all the frames received from or transmitted on the MI interface to one
or more EPL service instances

Supports the translation of the TPID in the DPoE system

Supports encapsulation mode on MU, and transport mode on MI on the DPoE


ONU

Supports the transportation of PB SVLAN tagged traffic in the upstream direction


that are received from the TU interface to the egress MN interface in the DPoE
system
Supports the DPoE ONU to forward PB SVLAN tagged traffic received from an
MI interface without adding or removing any tagging or encapsulation

Supports the DPoE ONU with the following parameters for the classification of
traffic received from MU interface into upstream service flows at the CO
reference point when Provider Bridge SVLAN tagging is used (802.1ad
specification):
• CVLAN
• SVLAN
• TPID

Supports L2VPN point-to-point forwarding mode to forward Provider Bridge


frames in the downstream direction received from the MN interface using the
SVLAN ID in the DPoE system

L2CP protocols Supports Option 2 of MEF 6.1 section 8.1 specification as the default and only
option to handle layer CP protocols on the DPoE ONU

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L2VPN Ensures the CMTS ignores a per SF L2VPN encoding that omits a VPN ID
sub-type or that contains more than one VPN ID sub-type

Ensures a point-to-point forwarding CMTS rejects a registration or service flow


transaction with a L2VPN NSI encapsulation sub-type (using a reject-VLAN
ID-in-use confirmation code) that requires forwarding on the L2VPN selected port
with a VLAN ID already assigned for non-L2VPN purposes

Ensures a point-to-point forwarding CMTS rejects a registration or service flow


transaction (using a reject-multipoint-L2VPN confirmation code) that attempts to
configure more than one cable attachment circuit (for example, a CM) with the
same L2VPN NSI encapsulation service multiplexing value
Ensures CMTS prevents a bridging loop for one L2VPN from denying all
forwarding or flooding of traffic on any other non-looped L2VPN

MEF service Implements a Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF) common service model that complies
with 802.1ad specification in the DPoE system

Supports PB forwarding on the DPOE ONU using the following parameters:


• S-TPID
• SVLAN
• C-TPID
• C-DA
• C-SA

Supports the default configuration to a TPID of 0x88a8 in compliance with


802.1ad specification, unless otherwise configured

HSD service Supports IP (HSD) compatible with a standard DOCSIS configuration file without
the use of L2VPN or TLVs (DPoE-SP-MEFv1.0)

Requires the DPoE system to be configured to reserve specific (listed) SVLAN


IDs for IP (HSD) in order to locally provision SVLANs for IP (HSD) forwarding that
are compatible with SVLAN IDs used in the DPoE system

Supports the CVLAN assignment for EVCs within IP (HSD) service are
preserved by the DPoE system across the lifetime of a vCM registration

MEF and HSD service Supports the ability of a MEF and an IP (HSD) service on the same TU interface
in the DPoE system

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2.6 Equipment management


This section describes the 7360 ISAM FX general equipment practice including CO
equipment management, SyncE support, IWF capabilities, Ethernet frame size,
dimensioning information, and OLT service and system capacity.
The NE equipment practice type does not have to be explicitly planned by the
operator, but is auto-planned by the NT at startup, depending on the detected type.
At the same time, the NT will auto-plan the maximum number of racks supported by
this equipment practice. The following 7360 ISAM FX type is defined:
• LNWW: large new equipment practice worldwide market (6 racks, 4 shelves per
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Shelves are automatically planned upon detection. The operator can control the
administrative state of a shelf (lock/unlock).
The NE manages different types of cards. A complete overview of all supported card
types in each type of shelf is in the chapter 3 “Shelves”. Card planning is supported
for all types of cards, including the appliques. For LSMs, the operator can control the
administrative state (lock/unlock).

2.6.1 CO equipment management


CO equipment only supports configurations consisting of a single rack and shelf.

2.6.2 EPON ONU management


For more information about the ONU management, see System Description for FD
100/320Gbps NT and FX NT.

2.7 Card capabilities and dimensioning


This section provides an overview of:
• dimensioning information for the NT cards; see Table 39
• SyncE support on NT cards and NTIO cards; see Table 40
• IWF capabilities of the LT cards per forwarding type; see Table 41
• Ethernet frame size; see Table 42
• dimensioning information of the LT cards per forwarding type; see Table 43
• GPON-specific dimensioning; see Table 46
• EPON-specific dimensioning; see Table 47
• ISAM voice dimensioning; see Table 48
• NPOT-C dimensioning and card capabilities; see Table 50
• xDSL capabilities of the LT cards; see Table 51

2.7.1 NT card dimensioning


Table 39 lists the dimensioning for the NT cards and their variants.
Table 39 NT card dimensioning

Description FANT-F FANT-G

Throughput 480 Gbps 1.2 TBps

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Description FANT-F FANT-G

Maximum number of MAC addresses (FDB)(1) 128 k 128 k

Maximum number of IP interfaces 512 512

ARP table size IPv4 16 k(4) 16 k(5)


IPv6 8 k(4) 32 k(5)

Maximum number of IP routes: IPv4 FIB 16 k 8k


RIB 16 k —

IPv6 FIB 8k 24 k
RIB 8k —

Maximum number of L2 filters 512(2) 512(2)

Maximum number of L3 filters 512 512

Maximum number of VLANs 4k 4k


Maximum number of cross-connects 4k 4k

Maximum number of ONTs 16 k 16 k

Maximum number of UNIs 40 k 40 k

Maximum number of VLAN ports (on UNI) 131072 131072

Maximum number of CC VLAN 49152 49152

Maximum number of (active) MC streams 2k 2k

Maximum number of L2-terminated VLAN 3072 3072


L2 frame size (in bytes) 2048 9216 bytes

External interfaces 1 x El. GE 1 x El. GE


4 x 1/10 GE 4 x 1/10 GE
1x 100 GE

BITS in/out ports 1/1 1/1 (on the GFC,


rather than on the NT
faceplate)

SyncE input/output 4/4 5/5

IEEE1588 slave for frequency synchronization Y N(6)

Time of day Y(3) N(6)

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Notes
(1) A number of MAC addresses are always used by the system for internal purposes.
(2) The same resource is shared for L2 filters and L3 filters. So, the maximum cannot be obtained for both at the
same time.
(3) Time of Day via ToD/1 PPS interface, or via PTP packets (IEEE1588v2).
(4) The ANSI FANT-F can support either 16 k IPv4 ARP entries, or 8 k IPv6 ARP entries, but not simultaneously.
(5) The ANSI FANT-G can simultaneously support 16 k IPv4 ARP entries and 32 k IPv6 ARP entries.
(6) Currently only hardware-ready.

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2.7.2 SyncE support


Table 40 lists the port applicability of the SyncE NTR functionality for clock extraction
(in) and generation (out).
Table 40 Faceplate port applicability for SyncE

Card Port SyncE in support SyncE out support

FANT-F X1 1 GE and 10 GE 1 GE and 10 GE

X2 1 GE and 10 GE 1 GE and 10 GE

X3 1 GE and 10 GE 1 GE and 10 GE

X4 1 GE and 10 GE 1 GE and 10 GE

FANT-G X1 1 GE and 10 GE 1 GE and 10 GE

X2 1 GE and 10 GE 1 GE and 10 GE

X3 1 GE and 10 GE 1 GE and 10 GE

X4 1 GE and 10 GE 1 GE and 10 GE
X5 100 GE 100 GE

FNIO-A 1 1GE, 2.5GE, 10GE 1GE, 2.5GE, 10GE

2 1GE, 2.5GE, 10GE 1GE, 2.5GE, 10GE


3 1GE, 2.5GE, 10GE 1GE, 2.5GE, 10GE

4 1GE, 2.5GE, 10GE 1GE, 2.5GE, 10GE

5 1GE, 2.5GE, 10GE 1GE, 2.5GE, 10GE

6 1GE, 2.5GE, 10GE 1GE, 2.5GE, 10GE

7 1GE, 2.5GE, 10GE 1GE, 2.5GE, 10GE

8 1GE, 2.5GE, 10GE 1GE, 2.5GE, 10GE

NELT-B — On GE SFP

FELT-B On first 1GE, 10GE (VULA On all 1GE, 10GE (NNI)(1)


uplink)(1)

Notes
(1) VULA uplink and NNI cannot be mixed on the same FELT-B card.

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2.7.3 IEEE 1588v2 PTP support


The IEEE 1588v2 precise time protocol provides an upgraded architecture to
improve synchronization accuracy and allow precise ToD information to be
distributed within the NT and LT cards in a 7360 ISAM FX shelf. The ToD serial
output and 1 PPS signals are processed by the NT cards and are distributed to the
LT cards through the backplane signals of the 7360 ISAM FX system to allow the
collection of precise ToD information that can be measured on both the ToD/1 PPS
interface on the NT card, and on the system backplane.

2.7.4 IWF capabilities


Table 41 lists the IWF capabilities of the LT cards. See Table 27 for an overview of
the supported LT cards.
Table 41 IWF capabilities

Feature L3 L3 NELT-B FELT-B


EPON GPON
UNI HC-U NNI VULA NNI
NI uplink

Bridged encapsulation Ethernet packet formats

Reception of untagged packets Y Y Y Y Y — —

Reception of combination of untagged and priority-tagged — Y Y Y Y — —


packets

Reception of single-tagged packets Y Y Y Y Y Y Y

Reception of dual-tagged packets — — — — — Y Y

Reception of combination of untagged, priority-tagged, — Y Y Y Y


single-tagged packets
Reception of combination of single- and dual-tagged — — — — — Y Y
packets

Packet processing

Port-based default VLAN for untagged/priority-tagged (if Y Y Y Y Y — —


applicable) packets

Port- and protocol-based default VLAN for — Y Y Y Y — —


untagged/priority-tagged packets of the IpoEv4 protocols

Port- and protocol-based default VLAN for — Y Y Y Y — —


untagged/priority-tagged packets of the IpoEv6 protocols

Port- and protocol-based default VLAN for — Y Y Y Y — —


untagged/priority-tagged packets of the PPPoE protocols
Priority-bit re-marking and mapping table for Y Y Y Y Y Y(3) Y(3)
tagged/priority-tagged packets

L2 Forwarding

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Feature L3 L3 NELT-B FELT-B


EPON GPON
UNI HC-U NNI VULA NNI
NI uplink

RB mode: protocol filter (set of Ethertypes) for upstream Y Y Y — Y — —


traffic in VLANs in (PPPoE and IpoE)

RB mode Ethernet packet types: Ethernet II encap on Y Y Y Y Y Y Y


Ethernet

RB mode Ethernet packet types: LLC/SNAP on Ethernet Y Y Y Y Y Y Y

CC mode: transparently pass all encapsulations (for Y Y Y Y Y Y Y


example, PPPoE and IpoE)

CC mode: protocol filter Y Y — — Y — —


CC mode: IPoA to IPoE CC — Y — — —

VLAN stacking (S-VLAN CC and S-VLAN/C-VLAN CC) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y

VLAN stacking (S-VLAN/C-VLAN residential bridge) Y — — — — — —

QoS-aware CC — — — — — — —

L2 Forwarding user access protocols

ARP: enabling/disabling broadcast Y Y Y Y — —(4) —(4)

802.1X authentication Y Y Y Y — — —
DHCP option 82 insertion Y Y Y Y — — —

PPPoE relay tag Y Y Y — — — —

PPPoA-PPPoE relay — — — — — — —
Multicast services access control Y Y Y Y — — —

Multicast services resource control Y Y Y Y Y — Y

L3 Forwarding

IPoE (1) — — — — —

IPoA (1) — — — — —

VLAN termination (at network side), forwarding at Layer 3 Y — — — —


IPv4 ACL/CCL Y Y Y — Y

IPv6 ACL Y Y — — —

L3 Forwarding user access protocols


x.509 authentication Y — — — —

DHCPv4 relay Y Y Y Y —

DHCPv6 relay Y Y Y Y —

QoS

CAC profile Y Y Y Y Y — Y

Association of QoS profiles to ports — Y (2) Y Y Y — —

Association of QoS profiles to port-VLAN associations Y Y Y Y Y Y Y

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Feature L3 L3 NELT-B FELT-B


EPON GPON
UNI HC-U NNI VULA NNI
NI uplink

Sub-flow counters — — — — — — —

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Notes
(1) IP aware bridge is only supported on L3 LT cards with 1GE NT interface; not on L3 LT cards with 2.5GE NT interface GPON LT cards and
NELT-B
(2) Support policing on bridge port on L2.
(3) Only for tagged packets.
(4) For uplink: ARP is always broadcast.

2.7.5 Ethernet frame size


Table 42 lists the supported Ethernet frame size for the LT cards.
Table 42 Ethernet frame size for LT cards

LT card Encapsulation Frame size (bytes)

P2P Ethernet NELT-B UNI (with FCS) 1980


NELT-B HC-UNI (with FCS) 9216

NELT-B NNI (with FCS) 9216

FELT-B (with FCS) 9216


OLT FGLT-A (with FCS) 2000

FGLT-B (with FCS) 2000

FPLT-A (with FCS) 2000

FPXT-B (with FCS) 12 000

NDLS-F (with FCS) 1580

NGLT-A (with FCS) 2000


NGLT-C (with FCS) 2000

FWLT-A (with FCS) 9600(1)

Note
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2.7.6 Dimensioning of the LT cards


Tables 43 and 44 list the dimensioning information for the LT cards. See Table 27 for
an overview of the supported LT cards.
Table 43 LT card dimensioning information

Feature L3 EPON L3 GPON NELT-B FELT-B

FPLT- FPXT NGLT NGLT- FGLT FGLT FWLT- UNI HC-U NNI VULA NNI
A -B -A C -A -B A NI uplink

General

Maximum number of 8 8 8 — 16 16 4 — — — — —
PONs (2)

Maximum number of 8192 8192 6144 6144 12 12 288 — — — — —


UNIs 288 288
Maximum number of — — — — — — — 36 36 36 36 36
FE ports per card

Maximum number of — — — — — — — 36 36 36 36 36
GE ports per card

Maximum number of — — — — — — — — — — 16
10G ports per card

Maximum number of — — — — 128 128 — — — — — —


NNI/line (subtending)

Maximum number of 4096 4096 11 520 11 520 32 32 2304 288 432 4096 32 768 —
CC VLAN (4) 768 768

Maximum number of 1296 1296 1296 1296 1296 1296 1296 288 432 1296 1296
RB VLAN (4)

Maximum number of — — 8 8 8 8 8 288 432 4608 32 768 —


VLAN per port
Maximum number of 4096 4096 27 64 32 667 32 32 — 288 288 4608
port-VLAN 8 667 667
associations per LT

Maximum number of 8 16 8 8 8 8 — 8 32 — — —
VLAN port per UNI
(FE/GE)

Maximum number of — — 512 512 512 512 — — — 256 — —


VLAN port per NNI
(FE/GE)

Maximum number of 8192 16 38 64 — 64 64 — — — — — 65


MAC addresses per 4 536
VLAN port

Maximum number of 16 128 2048 2048 2048 2048 — 512 64 — —(6) —(6)
MAC addresses per
UNI

Maximum number of — — 2048 2048 2048 2048 — — — 3072 —(6) —(6)


MAC addresses per
NNI

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Feature L3 EPON L3 GPON NELT-B FELT-B

FPLT- FPXT NGLT NGLT- FGLT FGLT FWLT- UNI HC-U NNI VULA NNI
A -B -A C -A -B A NI uplink

Maximum number of 16 38 16 38 18 42 32 763 32 76 32 76 32 762 2304 2304 32 — 65


MAC addresses per LT 4 (1) 4 7 (1) (1) 3(1) 3(1) (1) 768 536
(including static)

Maximum number of 11 8000 11 52 11 520 24 24 20 480 384 384 — — —


IPv4 anti-spoofing (per (exac 0 576 576
addresses or subnets SF t
per LT (including group) matc
static) h)

Average number of 12 — 11 11 12 12 20 8 8 — — —
IPv4 anti-spoofing (20
addresses or subnets 480/ 4/
per LT (including 128)
static) per UNI

Maximum number of 9 2000 11 52 11 520 24 24 20 480 288 288 — — —


IPv6 anti-spoofing (exact (exac 0 576 576
addresses or subnets match t
per LT (including per matc
static) servic h)
e flow 1872
group) (pre-fi
6 x
(pre-fi matc
x h)
match
per
servic
e flow
group)

Maximum number of 16 — 16 16 16 16 20 480 16 16 — — —


IPv6 anti-spoofing
addresses or subnets
per LT (including
static) per UNI

Average number of 12 — 11 11 12 12 20 8 8 — — —
IPv6 anti-spoofing (20
addresses or subnets 480/ 4/
per LT (including 128)
static) per port
Maximum number of — — 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 — 32
upstream policy rules
per QoS session
profile in policy list

Maximum number of — — 4 4 4 4 4 4 0 0 — 8
downstream policy
rules per QoS session
profile in policy list

Maximum number of — — — — — — — 4 — — — —
PPP client ports per
line
Multicast dimensioning

(2 of 4)

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Feature L3 EPON L3 GPON NELT-B FELT-B

FPLT- FPXT NGLT NGLT- FGLT FGLT FWLT- UNI HC-U NNI VULA NNI
A -B -A C -A -B A NI uplink

Maximum number of 4096 2048 4096 4096 4096 4096 4096 4096 4096 4096 —(7) —(7)
configured multicast
channels per LT

Maximum number of 1024 2048 1024 1024 2048 2048 — 1024 1024 1024 —(7) —(7)
simultaneous multicast
channels per LT

Maximum number of 100 100 256 256 256 256 64 100 100 — —(7) —(7)
multicast groups per
UNI

Maximum number of — — 1024 1024 1024 1024 — — — 1024 — 2048


multicast groups per
NNI

Maximum number of 524 — 115 115 115 115 204 3 3 600 18 — 2048
simultaneous active 288 200 200 200 200 800 600 432
multicast branches per
LT

Maximum number of 64 64 64 64 64 64 64 64 64 48 (3) — 64


multicast VLANs

Maximum number of 64 64 768 768 768 1024 1024 — — — —(7) —(7)


IGMP channels per
PON

Maximum number of 1 — 1 1 1 1 1 (UNI) 3 3 48 — 64


IGMP control channels (UNI) (UNI) 64
per port 256 64 (NNI)
(NNI) (NNI)

GPON
Maximum number of — — 128 128 128 128 64 — — — — —
ONT per PON

Maximum number of — — 768 768 768 768 576 — — — — —


UNIs per PON

Maximum number of — — 1024 1024 1024 1024 384 — — — — —


service TCONTs per
PON
Maximum number of — — 1066 1660 1660 1660 2304 — — — — —
service GEM ports per
PON

EPON

Maximum number of 64 64 — — — — — — — — — —
ONT per PON

Maximum number of 8 16 — — — — — — — — — —
LLIDs per ONT

Maximum number of 512 — — — — — — — — — — —


UNIs per PON

802.1x

(3 of 4)

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Feature L3 EPON L3 GPON NELT-B FELT-B

FPLT- FPXT NGLT NGLT- FGLT FGLT FWLT- UNI HC-U NNI VULA NNI
A -B -A C -A -B A NI uplink

Maximum number of — — 768 768 768 768 768 — — — — —


802.1x sessions per
line

Maximum number of — — 2304 6144 12 12 4096 — — — — —


802.1x sessions per 288 288
card
x.509 Authentication

Maximum number of 128 128 — — — — — — — — — —


x.509 authentications
per PON

(4 of 4)

Notes
(1) A few MAC addresses are used by the system for internal purposes.
(2) Dependant on variant of LT card; NGLT-A/NGLT-C:8, FGLT-A/FGLT-B:16, FWLT-A: 4 (channel pairs).
(3) 16 for configured channels, 32 for unconfigured channels
(4) 101 VLAN ports are reserved for internal use
(5) Electrical only; no cSFP supported in this release.
(6) No MAC learning.
(7) FELT-B transparently passes IGMP/multicast packets to the NT where IGMP processing is performed and where the multicast tree is
actually started towards the other line cards as usual so multicast services can be offered even with FELT-B as uplink.

Table 44 LT card dimensioning information - DPoE

Feature DPoE

FPLT-A FPXT-B
Equipment

PON Port per board 8 8

Maximum number of ONU per PON 32 64 (h/w ready to support


128)

Maximum number of LLID per ONU 8 32

Maximum number of LLID per PON 252 2048

DPoE General

Maximum number of service flow pair per ONU 8 16

Maximum number of service flow pair per PON 252 16 384

Maximum number of service flow pair per board 2016 8192

Maximum number of bundles per board 8 8

MEF

Maximum number of S-VLAN per board 4096 4096


IP HSD

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Feature DPoE

FPLT-A FPXT-B
Maximum number of SG per bundle 8 8

Maximum number of MAC per board 16384 32000

Security
Maximum number of SAV (IPv4 and IPv6) entries per board 8000 16000

L3 forwarding

Maximum number of IPv4 DHCP entries per board 8192 16384

(2 of 2)

2.7.7 LT Link Redundancy: dimensioning and


configuration constraints
The following constraints apply for NELT-B and FELT-B:

Note — No link redundancy (neither LAG nor MSTP) are yet


supported on FELT-B.

Table 45 LT Link Redundancy: Dimensioning and configuration constraints

Dimensioning or configuration constraint NELT-B FELT-B

UNI HC-UNI NNI VULA uplink NNI

Redundancy in a dual NT [Active | Active] configuration (LT load-sharing)

Maximum bi-directional aggregate throughput per LT Up to 2.5G Up to 2 X 10G Up to 2 X 10G Up to 2 X 40G —

MSTP

Support of MSTP N N Y — N

Maximum number of MSTP instances, dedicated to — — 64 — —


LT ports

LT must be configured to be the Root bridge — — Y — —

MSTP supported on Bridge type forwarders only — — Y — —

Support of MSTP across two or more LTs — — N — —


LAG

Support of LAG Y N Y — Y

Maximum number of LAG per LT 18 — 18 — 18

Maximum number of ports in a single LAG, Static or 8 — 8 — 8


Dynamic (with LACP)

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Dimensioning or configuration constraint NELT-B FELT-B

UNI HC-UNI NNI VULA uplink NNI


Only ports with the same type and rate can be Y — Y — Y
aggregated into a LAG.

Restriction on LAG member port position? Y(1) — Y(1) N N

Support of LAG across two or more LTs N — N — Y

(2 of 2)

Notes
(1) All port members of a given LAG must belong to one of the two following port ID ranges: 1..18 or 19..36.

2.7.8 ISAM OLT service and system capacity


This section provides information about the 7360 ISAM FX service and system
capacities, and ISAM OLT performance, distance, and connection capacities.

2.7.8.1 Service and system capacities


Table 46 lists the L3 dimensioning information specific to the GPON functionality.
Table 46 Layer 3 GPON-specific dimensioning information

Description NGLT-A NGLT-C FGLT-A FWLT-A


FGLT-B

Maximum number of ONTs per PON 128 32


Maximum number of UNIs per PON 768 288

Maximum number of TCONTs per PON 1024 1024

Maximum number of GEM ports per PON (1) 2048 4096

Note
(1) Some GEM ports are reserved by the system. Not all 2048 ports are available to the operator.

Table 47 lists the L3 dimensioning information specific to the EPON functionality.


Table 47 Layer 3 EPON-specific dimensioning information

Description FPLT-A FPXT-B

Maximum number of ONTs per PON 64 64

(1 of 2)

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Description FPLT-A FPXT-B


Maximum number of LLIDs per ONT 8 16

Maximum number of UNIs per PON 512 —

Maximum number of MAC (available) 2K per LLID, 16K per 32K


PON, 16K per LT

Maximum number of ARP entries 8K per LT —

Maximum number of VLAN translation entries 1K per PON, 8K per LT —


(including N:1 and 1:1)

(2 of 2)

2.7.8.2 ISAM voice dimensioning


Table 48 shows the dimensioning capacities for ISAM voice.
Table 48 ISAM voice dimensioning

Description LT card
H.248 and SIP NPOT-C

H.248 NVPS-C

Table 49 shows the dimensioning of the NVPS-C card supporting ISAM voice.
Table 49 NVPS-C dimensioning

Description NVPS-C
Number of registered POTS subscribers 5K(1)

Maximum number of connected ISAM Voice nodes 32(2)

Maximum number of associated NPOTs 104

Number of controlling NVPS per ISAM Voice shelf up to 8 pairs

Number of IP addresses per NVPS 1 or 2(3)

Notes
(1) 5K refers to 104 POTS voice LT boards, each of these boards connecting 48 subscribers (NPOT-C).
(2) The 32 ISAM Voice nodes may be connected, but the total number of LT boards spread over these 32 ISAM
nodes must not exceed 104.
(3) Depends on the IP address/VLAN deployment model.

Table 50 shows the dimensioning and card capabilities of the NPOT-C LT card
supporting ISAM voice.

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Table 50 NPOT-C dimensioning and card capabilities

Description NPOT-C

Number of POTS lines 48

Maximum number of simultaneous voice calls per LT 48 for G.711


36 for LBRC

Number of T.38 connections 36

Number of IP addresses per LT 1


Number of simultaneous ringers 8

Number of enhance fedding lines per LT (40mA) 5

Table 51 shows the NDLS-E and NDLS-F LT card capabilities supporting xDSL
features.
Table 51 NDLS-F dimensioning and card capabilities

Description

Low power mode

Seamless rate adaptation

Standard ARQ

Downstream power back-off (E-side)

Inpulse noise sensor (in VDSL2)


Virtual noise

Artifical noise

SELT

Configurable VDSL2 memory split

BLV vectoring capabilities (NDLS-F)

System Level Vectoring (SLV) in upstream and downstream direction (NDLS-E).

ATM transfer mode for ADSL

PTM transfer mode for ADSL

ATM bonding for ADSL

PTM bonding for ADSL

Supports downstream forwarding rates of mixed unicast and multicast traffic

Backpanel pinning compatible with the FD backpanel.

Line protection

Can be hot inserted or extracted

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2.7.8.3 ISAM OLT performance and distance


GPON:
• The P-OLT provides performance and distance capacity of 2.488 Gb/s
downstream and 1.244 Gb/s upstream, within a 30 km (18.6 mi) span, for all
NGLT cards
• The optical link budget is defined by both loss and bandwidth characteristics. The
loss characteristic is determined by the difference between the optical transmitter
and optical receiver for each direction, and is typically 28 dB. The bandwidth
characteristic is determined by the maximum link distance parameter of each OLT
and ONT transmitter specification, and is limited by the smaller of the upstream
and downstream values

NG-PON2:
• The ISAM OLT provides performance and distance capacity of nominally 10 Gb/s
downstream and 10 Gb/s upstream, for all FWLT cards. Options also include 10
Gb/s downstream and 2.5 Gb/s upstream
• The span is highly dependent on the quality of the OSP (fiber, connectors,
splitters, splices, and so on) and the optics used
• The optical link budget is defined by both loss and bandwidth characteristics. The
loss characteristic is determined by the difference between the optical transmitter
and optical receiver for each direction, minus the OPP, and is allowed to be 3
different budget classes (N1 for 29dB, N2 for 31dB, and E1 for 33dB). The
bandwidth characteristic is determined by the quality of the source laser and is
incorporated already into the available, or usable, link budget values

2.7.8.4 ISAM OLT connection capacities


The ISAM OLT can accommodate a maximum of 16 LT cards. The number of ports
depends on the LT card used. Table 52 describes the total number of ports per LT
card.
Table 52 Total number of ports per optical card

Card type Number of Number of Total number of


ports per card TWDM ports ports
per board

NDLS-F 48 — —
NELT-B 36 (GE or FE — —
channels)
18 (GE or FE
SFP channels)

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Card type Number of Number of Total number of


ports per card TWDM ports ports
per board

FELT-B 36 (GE or FE — —
cSFP channels)
18 (GE, FE, or
2.5GE SFP
channels)
16 (10GE SFP+
channels)
NGLT-A 8 — 128

NGLT-C 8 — 128

NPOT-C 48 — —

FGLT-A 16 — 256

FGLT-B 16 — 256

FPLT-A 8 — 128

FPXT-B 8 — 96

NDLS-E 48 — —

FWLT-A — 4 64

(2 of 2)

2.7.8.5 7360 ISAM WM connection capacities


The 7360 ISAM WM can accommodate a maximum of 12 line cards (LCs).
Table 53 describes the total number of ports per LC.
Table 53 Total number of ports for the 7360 ISAM WM

Card type Number of TWDM Number of channel Total number of


ports (channel groups per card channel groups per
pairs) per card shelf

FWLC-A 2x4 2 24

2.8 NT redundancy support


Four levels of redundancy are supported:
• link redundancy
• equipment redundancy

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• subscriber line redundancy


• application redundancy
NT redundancy implements link redundancy and equipment redundancy in a
decoupled architecture, which results in the following redundancy cases:
• only link protection:
single NT, active-standby, or load-sharing uplinks
• combined NT and link protection, no NTIO:
dual active/standby NT, with direct uplink or link set
• decoupled NT and link protection, single NTIO:
dual active/standby NT, NTIO card with link switches
• NT protection, passive link protection, no NTIO:
single, active-standby or load sharing uplinks
• subtending system protection

Table 54 lists the hardware modules that are ready for NT redundancy support.
Table 54 NT Redundancy support-ready hardware modules

Type Module

Shelves NFXS-D

NFXS-E

NFXS-F

NFXS-G

NT cards FANT-F
FANT-G

LT cards NDLS-F

NELT-B

FELT-B

NGLT-A

NGLT-C

NPOT-C

FGLT-A

FGLT-B

FPLT-A

FPXT-B

FWLT-A

NDLS-E

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2.9 1:1 NVPS redundancy


The NVPS card supports 1:1 (active/standby) redundancy. In a redundant
configuration, both cards must be installed in adjacent slots n and n+1 (where n is an
odd integer). Table 55 shows hardware modules that are ready for NVPS
redundancy.
Table 55 NVPS Redundancy support-ready hardware modules

Type Module

LT card NPOT-C

NVPS card NVPS-C

2.10 CLEI codes


This section provides CLEI code information.
Note 1 — The CLEI code changes whenever an item change or
adaptation occurs.
Note 2 — The latest status of these CLEI codes is always
available on the following website:
https://codecenter.commonlanguage.com/applogin.asp?app=
clei_inquiry
Note 3 — An account is required to obtain a username and
password before the CLEI database can be accessed. Or see
your Nokia representative to obtain CLEI code information.

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3 Shelves
3.1 Overview

3.2 7360 ISAM FX shelves

3.3 7360 ISAM WM shelves

3.4 Supported plug-in units

3.5 Dummy front panels

3.6 Weight of the different cards

3.1 Overview
This chapter provides information about the different 7360 ISAM FX and
7360 ISAM WM shelves supported for ANSI.

3.2 7360 ISAM FX shelves


This section provides general information about the 7360 ISAM FX shelf types, shelf
configurations, NT redundancy, fan units, heat and fiber baffle kits, drip trays, and
shelf mounting kits.
The modular organization of the 7360 ISAM FX system allows a wide range of
physical size and traffic capacity options.
The basic building blocks of the 7360 ISAM FX system are the shelves. The
7360 ISAM FX system for R4.x is a one-shelf system. Daisy-chaining multiple
shelves using extender cards is not supported.
Multiple collocated shelves can be cascaded using the standard FE, GE, and 10 GE
subtending links. In such a configuration, each shelf operates and is managed as a
separate system.

3.2.1 Shelf types


Table 56 lists the supported 7360 ISAM FX shelves.

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Table 56 Supported 7360 ISAM FX shelves

Item Shelves

7360 ISAM FX-16 7360 ISAM FX-12 7360 ISAM FX-8 7360 ISAM FX-4

Code 3FE-65209-BA 3FE-69833-AA 3FE-64936-BA/ BB 3FE-64991-BA/ BB

Mnemonic NFXS-D NFXS-G NFXS-E NFXS-F

Dimensions Width 497.4 mm 441.5 mm 463 mm 482.5 mm


(19.58 in.) (17.38 in.) (18.23 in.) (19.00 in.)

Height 622.5 mm 531.4 mm 355 mm 222 mm


(24.51 in.) (20.92 in.) (13.97 in.) (8.74 in.)
Depth max. 280 mm 280.3 mm 278.3 mm 278.3 mm
(11.02 in.) (11.04 in.) (10.96 in.) (10.96 in.)

Can be mounted in: 19 in. EIA N Y(1) Y(1) Y(1)


standard
racks

23 in. racks Y(1) N Y(1) Y(1)

Note
(1) Specific mounting kits must be used. See Table 58 for mounting kit requirements.

Figure 12 shows the 7360 ISAM FX-16 shelf.


Figure 13 shows the 7360 ISAM FX-12 shelf.
Figure 14 shows the 7360 ISAM FX-8 shelf.
Figure 15 shows the 7360 ISAM FX-4 shelf.

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Figure 12 7360 ISAM FX-16 shelf

Card cage
area

01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 NTA NTIO NTB 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

General function
OFF

OFF
ON

ON
CRITICAL BAT A
N594
Energy Hazard
A R T H
E MAJOR BAT B

and control unit A/70 FOR LT B/70 FOR LT 7360 ISAM FX-16
T
BO

-48V 70A MINOR ACO


I N
N

PO
D

I N G
ESD

Fan unit ALM


Energy Hazard

Power unit and CRAFT PORT


BITS INTERFACE
NT-A NT-B
RING
TIP
TIME OF DAY

FRAME GND
1 Hz-PULSE CO ALARMS

cable connection BA
T A TN
A
TN
B
BA
T B
TR TR
area TB
1-1
-4 8V
TB
1-2
BA
TB
1-3
BA
TB
1-4
-4 8V

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Figure 13 7360 ISAM FX-12 shelf

Card cage

General A: 60A B: 60A

facilities External Alarms

card

BITS
NTA

GND

NTB

7360 ISAM FX-12

Remote
Craft

BAT A
BAT B
Alarms

Min. Maj. Crit.

ACO

GFC LT1 LT2 LT3 LT4 LT5 LT6 NTA NTIO NTB LT7 LT8 LT9 LT10 LT11 LT12

Alarm
ENERGY HAZARD
Fan
ROATING FAN BLADES
KEEP FINGERS AWAY FROM
TOP AND BOTTOM OF FAN TRAY
unit

24882

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Figure 14 7360 ISAM FX-8 shelf

08
07
06
05
04
Card

03
cage

02
01
NTB

7360 ISAM FX-8


NTIO
NTA
N594
B-40A 7360 ISAM FX-8
Energy Hazard Alarms FAN
Critical
Major
A-40A Minor
NTA GND NTB
External Alarms BITS Remote Craft BAT A BAT B ACO

General facilities card Fan unit


21957

Figure 15 7360 ISAM FX-4 shelf


04
03
02

Card
01

cage
NTB

7360 ISAM FX-4


NTIO
NTA

External Alarms BITS TOD/IHZ Remote Craft BAT A BAT B FUSE


A B Critical Alarms FAN
N594
1 Major ACO
2
7360 ISAM FX-4 NTA GND NTB 3 Minor

General facilities card Fan unit


22436

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3.2.2 Shelf configurations


Table 57 lists the shelf configurations.
Table 57 Shelf configurations

Configuration 7360 ISAM FX-1 7360 ISAM FX-12 7360 ISAM FX 7360 ISAM FX
6 -8 -4

Maximum number of LT 16 12 8 4
cards(2)

Maximum number of NT cards 2 2 2 2

Maximum number of NTIO 1 (optional) 1 (optional) 1 (optional) 1 (optional)


cards (1)

Notes
(1) NTIO cards are available but are not qualified for deployment in ANSI markets.
(2) NVPS cards have the same dimensions/configuration as LT cards.

The following figures show the general layout and the slot numbering for the
7360 ISAM FX shelves:
Figure 16 shows the 7360 ISAM FX-16.
Figure 16 shows the 7360 ISAM FX-12.
Figure 18 shows the 7360 ISAM FX-8.
Figure 19 shows the 7360 ISAM FX-4.

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Figure 16 Shelf configuration of 7360 ISAM FX-16

LT LT LT LT LT LT LT LT NT NTIO NT LT LT LT LT LT LT LT LT
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

CBs, LEDs and switches

Fan unit

Connectors

22131

Figure 17 Shelf configuration of 7360 ISAM FX-12

NGFC-I LT LT LT LT LT LT NT NT- NT LT LT LT LT LT LT
1 2 3 4 5 6 A IO B 7 8 9 10 11 12

Fan unit

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Figure 18 Shelf configuration of 7360 ISAM FX-8

LT 8
LT 7
LT 6
LT 5
LT 4
LT 3
LT 2 FAN
LT 1
NT B
NT I/O
NT A
NGFC-H
21959

Figure 19 Shelf configuration of 7360 ISAM FX-4

LT 4
LT 3
LT 2
LT 1
NT B FAN
NT I/O
NT A
NGFC-G
22406

3.2.3 NT redundancy
The protection scheme for NT redundancy is 1+1 (active/active) in the data plane,
and 1:1 (active/standby) in the control plane and the management plane.

3.2.4 NVPS redundancy


The protection scheme for NVPS redundancy is 1:1 (active/standby) in the data
plane, the control plane, and the management plane.

3.2.5 Fan unit


One fan unit provides forced air cooling in the shelf.

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The fan unit is a field-replaceable unit in the shelf fan area and plugs directly into the
backplane. The fan unit can be equipped with a fan filter. The following fan unit
version is supported:
• intelligent fan unit (BFAN)

3.2.6 Shelf mounting kits


The mounting kits required for installation of 7360 ISAM FX-16 shelves are included
with the shipment. The number of kits provided depends on the rack mounting
configuration ordered, with either one or two shelves.
Specific mounting kits are required for installation of the 7360 ISAM FX-8 and
7360 ISAM FX-4 shelves, depending on the rack mounting configuration.

Caution — NEBS compliance is only possible when FX shelves


are mounted vertically, due to the necessity of vertical airflow.

Table 58 describes the mounting options and mounting kits available. See the
7360 ISAM FX Hardware Installation Manual for more information.
Table 58 Mounting options/kits for 7360 ISAM FX shelves

Type of rack / mount 7360 ISAM FX-4 7360 ISAM FX-8 7360 ISAM FX-12 7360 ISAM FX-16
19 in. EIA rack with Horizontal shelf mount kit Horizontal shelf mount kit — —
horizontal mount optional optional
Includes: Includes:
• mounting brackets • mounting brackets
-not required -not required
• mounting screws • mounting screws
-required -required
Optical fiber Optical fiber
management kit required management kit required
Includes: Includes:
• all fiber guiding • all fiber guiding
elements elements
• velcro self grip • velcro self grip

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Type of rack / mount 7360 ISAM FX-4 7360 ISAM FX-8 7360 ISAM FX-12 7360 ISAM FX-16
23 in. rack with horizontal Horizontal shelf mount kit Horizontal shelf mount kit — —
mount required required
Includes: Includes:
• mounting brackets • mounting brackets
-required -required
• mounting screws • mounting screws
-required -required
Optical fiber Optical fiber
management kit required management kit required
Includes: Includes:
• all fiber guiding • all fiber guiding
elements elements
• velcro self grip • velcro self grip
19 in EIA standard or Vertical shelf mount kit Vertical shelf mount kit Heat and fiber baffle kit —
seismic standard rack required required required
with vertical mount Includes: Includes: Includes:
• pre-assembled top • pre-assembled top • upper baffle
cross bracket, rear cross bracket, rear • intumescent panel
skirt and front skirt skirt and front skirt • lower baffle
• pre-assembled shelf • pre-assembled shelf assembly
horizontal mount horizontal mount
bracket and 4-slot air bracket and 8-slot air
• mounting screws
intake baffle/drip tray intake baffle/drip tray
• intumescent panel • intumescent panel
• top baffle • top baffle

Optical fiber Optical fiber Optical fiber


management kit required management kit required management kit required
Includes: Includes: Includes:
• all fiber guiding • all fiber guiding • all fiber guiding
elements elements elements
• velcro self grip • velcro self grip • velcro self grip

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Type of rack / mount 7360 ISAM FX-4 7360 ISAM FX-8 7360 ISAM FX-12 7360 ISAM FX-16
23 in. rack with vertical Vertical shelf mount kit Vertical shelf mount kit — Heat and fiber baffle kit
mount required required required
Includes: Includes: Includes:
• rack adapter • rack adapter • top baffle
brackets brackets • intumescent panel
• pre-assembled top • pre-assembled top • top cross bracket,
cross bracket, rear cross bracket, rear rear skirt and front
skirt and front skirt skirt and front skirt skirt assembly
• pre-assembled shelf • pre-assembled shelf • fiber management
horizontal mount horizontal mount bracket
bracket and 4-slot air bracket and 8-slot air
intake baffle/drip tray intake baffle/drip tray
• mounting screws
• intumescent panel • intumescent panel
• top baffle • top baffle

Optical fiber Optical fiber Optical fiber


management kit required management kit required management kit required
Includes: Includes: Includes:
• all fiber guiding • all fiber guiding • all fiber guiding
elements elements elements
• velcro self grip • velcro self grip • velcro self grip

— — Drip tray

(3 of 3)

3.2.6.1 Vertical shelf mount kits


Specific vertical shelf mounting kits are required to install the 7360 ISAM FX-4 and
7360 ISAM FX-8 shelf for vertical mount configurations. The kit provides protection
from possible flame spread, improves hot air flow patterns for cooling the equipment,
and guides fiber cables with factory installed cable ring-guides to help ensure a
proper fiber bend radius.
The 23 in. rack mounting configuration requires rack adapter brackets that are
included in the kit, but can be discarded for 19 in. rack installations.
The following parts are included in the vertical mounting kits:
• pre-assembled top cross bracket, rear skirt, and front skirt enables mounting of
the skirts to provide protection from possible flames. The skirts work in
conjunction with the intumescent panel so that any gaps are closed off in the shelf
and flames are forced through the intumescent panel to protect the equipment
from fire damage
• pre-assembled shelf horizontal mount brackets and air intake baffle/drip tray
enables mounting of the baffle to provide increased air flow and protection from
possible loose falling particles

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• intumescent panel provides flame protection within the shelf


• top baffle provides safety protection from heat, possible flame spread, and loose
particles that may cause damage to equipment. Factory-installed fiber optic
cabling ring-guides are used for proper fiber optic cable handling.

Caution — NEBS compliance is only possible when FX shelves


are mounted vertically, due to the necessity of vertical airflow.
Specific vertical shelf mount kits must be installed with the
7360 ISAM FX-4 and 7360 ISAM FX-8 in a vertical mount
installation to meet NEBS preferred airflow specifications (air
flows in the front, and out the rear of the shelf).

The 7360 ISAM FX-4 and 7360 ISAM FX-8 kits contain the same parts but are sized
accordingly per shelf. The following figures provide a view of the 7360 ISAM FX-8
vertical shelf mount kit parts:
• Figure 20 shows the pre-assembled top cross bracket, rear skirt, and front skirt
• Figure 21 shows the pre-assembled shelf horizontal mount bracket and air intake
baffle/drip tray
• Figure 22 shows the intumescent panel
• Figure 23 shows the top baffle
Figure 20 Pre-assembled 7360 ISAM FX-8 top cross bracket, rear skirt, and
front skirt

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Figure 21 Pre-assembled 7360 ISAM FX-8 shelf horizontal mount bracket


and air intake baffle/drip tray

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Figure 22 Intumescent panel for 7360 ISAM FX-8

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Figure 23 Top baffle for 7360 ISAM FX-8

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3.2.6.2 Horizontal shelf mount kit


Specific horizontal shelf mount kits are required to install the 7360 ISAM FX-4 and
7360 ISAM FX-8 shelf for horizontal mount configurations. The kits contain 23 in.
rack mounting brackets for 23 in. rack installations and the required installation
screws.

3.2.7 Heat and fiber baffle kits


Heat and fiber management baffle kits are installed with the 7360 ISAM FX-16 and
7360 ISAM FX-12 shelves for safety, and for protection from heat, possible flame
spread, and loose particles that may cause damage to equipment. These kit include
a top baffle, intumescent panel, and either a bottom baffle or a rear and front skirt
assembly which are shipped pre-assembled for installation.

Caution — NEBS compliance is only possible when FX shelves


are mounted vertically, due to the necessity of vertical airflow.
The heat and fiber baffle kits must be installed with the
7360 ISAM FX-16 in a vertical mount installation to meet NEBS
preferred airflow specifications (air flows in the front, and out
the rear of the shelf).

The heat and fiber management baffle kit components are included in a kit that is
field-replaceable and can be installed on site.
Figure 24 shows a view of the pre-assembled 7360 ISAM FX-12 heat and fiber baffle
kit.

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Figure 25 shows a view of the pre-assembled 7360 ISAM FX-16 heat and fiber baffle
kit, minus the fiber management bracket.
Figure 26 shows a view of the 7360 ISAM FX-16 fiber management bracket.
Figure 24 Pre-assembled heat and fiber baffle kit for 7360 ISAM FX-12

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Figure 25 Pre-assembled heat and fiber baffle kit for 7360 ISAM FX-16

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Figure 26 7360 ISAM FX-16 fiber management bracket

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3.2.8 Drip tray


A drip tray is installed below each 7360 ISAM FX-16 shelf, including below the
bottom shelf of a rack when mounted on combustible flooring surfaces. Drip trays
provide protection from possible over-current or fire in the shelf resulting in any
dripping, loose, or falling particles that may cause damage to equipment and flooring.
Drip trays must be installed beneath each 7360 ISAM FX-16 shelf in a rack, including
below the bottom shelf of a rack when mounted on combustible flooring surfaces. For
example, carpet.
The drip tray can be shipped factory installed in the rack, but can also be ordered as
a separate unit for installation or replacement on site.
Figure 27 shows a view of the 7360 ISAM FX-16 drip tray.
Figure 27 Drip tray for 7360 ISAM FX-16

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3.2.9 Optical fiber management kits


Optical fiber management kits should be installed on a 7360 ISAM FX shelves to
ensure proper optical fiber handling and cable routing from NT and LT cards. A
specific kit is available for each shelf size.
The optical fiber management guide elements are included in a kit that is
field-replaceable and can be installed on site. Specific optical fiber management kits
are available for each 7360 ISAM FX shelf type.
Figure 28 shows a view of the 7360 ISAM FX-16 optical fiber management kit. The
7360 ISAM FX-4, 7360 ISAM FX-8, and 7360 ISAM FX-12 optical fiber management
kits are similar, but sized accordingly for each shelf.
Figure 28 Optical fiber management guide for 7360 ISAM FX-16

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3.3 7360 ISAM WM shelves


This section provides general information about the 7360 ISAM WM shelf.

3.3.1 Shelf types


Table 59 lists the currently supported 7360 ISAM WM shelves, and figure 29 shows
the 7360 ISAM WM shelf.
Table 59 7360 ISAM WM shelves

Item ISAM WM shelves

Part number 3FE 71568 AA

Mnemonic FWMS-I

(1 of 2)

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Item ISAM WM shelves


Dimensions Width 478 mm (18.82 in.)

Height 267 mm (10.51 in.)

Depth 252 mm (9.92 in.)


Weight 12.5 kg (27.6 lb.)

Can be mounted in: ANSI racks Y

23 in. rack Y

(2 of 2)

Figure 29 7360 ISAM WM shelf

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3.3.2 Shelf configurations


Table 60 lists the possible shelf configurations for the 7360 ISAM WM, and Figure 30
shows the general layout and layered card slots for the 7360 ISAM WM shelf.
Table 60 7360 ISAM WM shelf configurations

Configuration FWMS-I

Maximum number of line cards 12

Maximum number of power cards 2

Maximum number of controller cards 1

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Figure 30 7360 ISAM WM shelf with labeled card slots

Power Power
A B
LC01 LC03 LC05 Controller LC08 LC10 LC12
LC02 LC04 LC06 LC07 LC09 LC11

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3.3.3 Power card redundancy


The protection scheme for redundancy of the power card is 1+1 (active/active). Even
with single power card, there is also power feeder redundancy.

3.4 Supported plug-in units


Table 61 lists the supported plug-in units in the 7360 ISAM FX shelves, and Table 62
lists the supported plug-in units in the 7360 ISAM WM shelves.
Table 61 Supported plug-in units in 7360 ISAM FX shelves

Slot Plug-in Unit Description

NTA FANT-F 480 Gbps NT card

FANT-G 1.2 TBps NT card

NTB FANT-F 480 Gbps NT card

FANT-G 1.2 TBps NT card

NTIO FNIO-A NTIO card

(1 of 2)

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Slot Plug-in Unit Description

LT slot NDLS-E VDSL2 combined LT/splitter over POTS with SLV(1)

NDLS-F Multi-DSL integrated splitter over POTS LT card with BLV(1)

NELT-B 36-line Ethernet (FE/GE) LT card

FELT-B 36-line high speed Ethernet (FE/GE/2.5GE) LT card

NGLT-A GPON LT card with 8 GPON interfaces

NGLT-C GPON LT card with 8 GPON interfaces

NPOT-C 48 port POTS only LT card (1)

FGLT-A GPON LT card with 16 GPON interfaces

FGLT-B GPON LT card with 16 GPON interfaces

FPLT-A EPON LT card with 8 EPON interfaces

FPXT-B 10G EPON LT card with 8 10G EPON interfaces

FWLT-A LT card with 4 NG-PON2 TWDM interfaces

NDPS-B Vector Processing Server card

NVPS-C POTS Voice Package Server card

General facilities NGFC-I GFC for 7360 ISAM FX-12 shelf


card
NGFC-G GFC for 7360 ISAM FX-8 shelf
NGFC-H GFC for 7360 ISAM FX-4 shelf

Fan area BFAN-E Intelligent fan unit for 7360 ISAM FX-8 shelf support for vertical mount
configuration

BFAN-H Intelligent fan unit for 7360 ISAM FX-16 shelf


BFAN-I Intelligent fan unit for 7360 ISAM FX-12 shelf

BFAN-X Intelligent fan unit for 7360 ISAM FX-4 shelf

(2 of 2)

Note
(1) Please see Table 79 for a listing of all shelves that currently support this LT card.

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Table 62 Supported plug-in units in 7360 ISAM WM shelves

Slot Plug-in Unit Part number Description

Power card slot A FWPC-A 3FE 45026 AA 7360 ISAM WM power card

Power card slot B FWPC-A 3FE 45026 AA 7360 ISAM WM power card

Controller card slot FWCC-A 3FE 45022 AA 7360 ISAM WM controller card

Line card slots 1-12 FWLC-A 3FE 45015 11 7360 ISAM WM line card

Note — For more information about the plug-in units, see the
relevant UDS. The mnemonics that are used are explained in
Appendix 8.

3.5 Dummy front panels


This section describes the 7360 ISAM FX and 7360 ISAM WM shelf dummy front
panels (filler plates) for NT cards, optical LT cards, NTIO cards, power cards, and line
cards.
Dummy front panels must be mounted on any unused slot of a shelf to ensure:
• EMC compliance
• thermal compliance via a correct airflow in the shelf
• safety by avoiding direct contact with backplane connectors
When a slot is provisioned, the dummy front panel is replaced by the appropriate
card and the cables are connected to the card.

3.5.1 For NT cards


A dummy front panel must be used when the second NT card is not installed.
Figure 31 shows the dummy front panel for an NT card.

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Figure 31 Dummy front panel for NT card

XXXXXXX
XX XX XX

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3.5.2 For optical LT cards


A dummy front panel must be used when an LT card is not installed. Table 92
includes a complete listing of supported LT cards. Figure 32 shows an example of a
dummy front panel for optical LT cards.
Dummy front panels can be pre-cabled when optical cabling is anticipated for not yet
installed 8-port optical LT cards.

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Figure 32 Dummy front panel for optical LT card

Dust cap

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3.5.3 For NTIO cards


A dummy front panel must be used when the NTIO card is not installed. Figure 33
shows an example of a universal dummy front panel for an NTIO card.

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Figure 33 Universal dummy front panel for NTIO card

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3.5.4 For 7360 ISAM WM power cards


A dummy front panel must be used when a second power card is not installed in the
7360 ISAM WM shelf. Figure 34 shows the dummy front panel for the
7360 ISAM WM power card slot.
Figure 34 Dummy front panel for 7360 ISAM WM power card slots

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3.5.5 For 7360 ISAM WM line cards


A dummy front panel must be used whenever a line card is not installed in any of the
line card slots of the 7360 ISAM WM shelf. Figure 35 shows the dummy front panel
to be used when the LC slot does not require pre-cabling. Figure 36 shows the
dummy front panel to be used when the LC slot does require pre-cabling.

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Figure 35 Dummy front panel for 7360 ISAM WM line card slots

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Figure 36 Dummy front panel with pre-cabling for 7360 ISAM WM line card
slots

1
ODN PORT B PORT A

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3.6 Weight of the different cards

Table 63 Overview of Plug-in Units for 7360 ISAM FX shelves

Card Dimensions Weight Pitch

NT cards
FANT-F 405 mm x 225/205 mm 2.0 kg (4.4 lbs) 30 mm (1.2 in.)
15.9 in. x 8.6/8.1 in.

FANT-G 405 mm x 225/205 mm 1.5 kg (3.3 lb.) 30 mm (1.2 in.)


15.9 in. x 8.6/8.1 in.

NT I/O card
FNIO-A 405 mm x 225/205 mm 0.8 kg (1.8 lbs) 25 mm (.98 in.)
15.9 in. x 8.6/8.1 in.

LT cards

NDLS-E 405 mm x 225/205 mm — 25 mm (.98 in.)


15.9 in. x 8.6/8.1 in.

NDLS-F 405 mm x 225/205 mm 1.65 kg (3.64 lbs) 25 mm (.98 in.)


15.9 in. x 8.6/8.1 in.

NELT-B 405 mm x 225/205 mm 0.9 kg (2 lbs) 25 mm (.98 in.)


15.9 in. x 8.6/8.1 in.

FELT-B 405 mm x 225/205 mm 1.28 kg (2.82 lbs) 25 mm (.98 in.)


15.9 in. x 8.6/8.1 in.

(1 of 2)

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Card Dimensions Weight Pitch


NGLT-A 405 mm x 225/205 mm 0.9 kg (2 lbs) 25 mm (.98 in.)
15.9 in. x 8.6/8.1 in.

NGLT-C 405 mm x 225/205 mm 0.9 kg (2 lbs) 25 mm (.98 in.)


15.9 in. x 8.6/8.1 in.

FGLT-A 405 mm x 225/205 mm 1.4kg (3.1 lbs) 25 mm (.98 in.)


15.9 in. x 8.6/8.1 in.

FGLT-B 405 mm x 225/205 mm 1.1 kg (2.4 lbs) 25 mm (.98 in.)


15.9 in. x 8.6/8.1 in.

FPLT-A 405 mm x 225/205 mm 0.94 kg (2.1 lbs) 25 mm (.98 in.)


15.9 in. x 8.6/8.1 in.

FPXT-B 405 mm x 225/205 mm 1.2 kg (2.65 lbs) 25 mm (.98 in.)


15.9 in. x 8.6/8.1 in.

FWLT-A 405 mm x 225/205 mm 1.4kg (3.1 lbs) 25 mm (.98 in.)


15.9 in. x 8.6/8.1 in.

(2 of 2)

Table 64 Overview of Plug-in Units for 7360 ISAM WM shelves

Card Dimensions Weight Pitch


FWPC-A 231 mm x 209 mm 0.5 kg (1.1 lbs) 30 mm (1.2 in.)
9.1 in. x 8.2 in.

FWCC-A 231 mm x 209 mm 0.45 kg (0.9 lbs) 25 mm (.98 in.)


9.1 in. x 8.2 in.

FWLC-A 231 mm x 209 mm 0.46 kg (1 lb) 25 mm (.98 in.)


9.1 in. x 8.2 in.

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4 Rack mounting configurations


4.1 Overview

4.2 Rack equipment

4.3 7360 ISAM FX-16 rack mounting configurations

4.4 7360 ISAM FX-12 rack mounting configurations

4.5 7360 ISAM FX-8 rack mounting configurations

4.6 7360 ISAM FX-4 rack mounting configurations

4.1 Overview
This chapter describes the rack equipment and the supported rack mounting
configurations for the following 7360 ISAM FX shelves:
• 7360 ISAM FX-16
• 7360 ISAM FX-12
• 7360 ISAM FX-8
• 7360 ISAM FX-4

Note 1 — See chapter 7 for part numbers.

Note 2 — See 7360 ISAM FX Hardware Installation Manual for


more information about how to install the equipment.

4.2 Rack equipment


This section briefly describes the 7360 ISAM FX rack equipment and assembly.
The rack equipment can be delivered as a pre-assembled rack or in separate kits.
The rack assembly includes a rack, shelves, accompanying fan units, baffles, and
drip tray assembly kits. Each rack configuration is ordered with a specific ordering
code. The 7360 ISAM FX-16 rack mounting configurations include the rack,
however, the racks are optional for the 7360 ISAM FX-8 and 7360 ISAM FX-4 rack
mounting configurations. See Chapter 7 for ordering information.
Parts can also be delivered separately or in kits, where the assembly is done on site
at the customer location.

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Table 65 lists the 7360 ISAM FX system rack equipment that can be used,
dependent on the rack configuration required and currently supported.
Table 65 7360 ISAM FX supported rack equipment

Size of rack Shelf space between rack uprights

EIA standard 19 in. rack 17.75 in. (450.9 mm)

Seismic 19 in. rack 17.50 in. (444.5 mm)


23 in. rack 21.5 in. (546.1 mm)

For more information about 7360 ISAM FX equipment and the supported racks and
rack mounting configurations, see the 7360 ISAM FX Hardware Installation Manual.

4.3 7360 ISAM FX-16 rack mounting


configurations
This section describes the 7360 ISAM FX-16 rack mounting configurations.
The 7360 ISAM FX-16 can be installed vertically in a 23 in. rack.
Table 66 lists the supported rack configurations for the 7360 ISAM FX-16 shelves in
a 23 in. rack. An example of a configuration is shown in Figure 37.
Table 66 Rack mounting configurations for 7360 ISAM FX-16

FEMA code 3FE 66742 BA 3FE 66742 BB

Rack unit 23 in. rack vertical mount

SR 1 NFXS-D NFXS-D
Heat and fiber baffle kit Heat and fiber baffle kit

Drip tray Drip tray

Left and right mounting brackets Left and right mounting brackets
Fan 1 BFAN-H BFAN-H
(with fan filter) (with fan filter)

SR 2 — NFXS-D

Heat and fiber baffle kit


Drip tray

Left and right mounting brackets

Fan 2 — BFAN-H
(with fan filter)

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Figure 37 Rack mounting configurations for 7360 ISAM FX-16 (3FE 66742
BB)

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4.4 7360 ISAM FX-12 rack mounting


configurations
This section describes the 7360 ISAM FX-12 rack mounting configurations.
The 7360 ISAM FX-12 can be installed vertically in a 19 in. rack.

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Table 67 lists the supported rack configurations for the 7360 ISAM FX-12 shelf in a
19 in. rack. The configuration is shown in Figure 37.
Table 67 Rack mounting configurations for 7360 ISAM FX-12

Rack unit 19 in. rack vertical mount - 1 shelf 19 in. rack vertical mount - 2 shelves

SR 1 NFXS-G NFXS-G

Heat and fiber baffle kit Heat and fiber baffle kit
Fan 1 BFAN-I BFAN-I
(with fan filter) (with fan filter)

SR 2 NFXS-G

Heat and fiber baffle kit

Fan 2 BFAN-I
(with fan filter)

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Figure 38 Rack mounting configurations for 7360 ISAM FX-12

A: 60A B: 60A

External Alarms

BITS
NTA

GND

NTB

7360 ISAM FX-12

Remote
Craft

BAT A
BAT B
Alarms

Min. Maj. Crit.

ACO

GFC LT1 LT2 LT3 LT4 LT5 LT6 NTA NTIO NTB LT7 LT8 LT9 LT10 LT11 LT12

ENERGY HAZARD
Alarm

ROATING FAN BLADES


KEEP FINGERS AWAY FROM
TOP AND BOTTOM OF FAN TRAY

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4.5 7360 ISAM FX-8 rack mounting


configurations
This section describes the 7360 ISAM FX-8 rack mounting configurations.
The 7360 ISAM FX-8 can be installed:
• horizontally in an EIA standard 19 in. rack
• horizontally in a 23 in. rack
• vertically in an EIA standard 19 in. rack

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• vertically in a seismic standard 19 in. rack


• vertically in a 23 in. rack

Note — A 19 in. seismic rack with a 17.5 in. shelf aperture


between the uprights is not supported for horizontal mounts.

Table 68 lists the supported horizontal rack mounting configurations for


7360 ISAM FX-8 shelves.
Table 68 Horizontal rack mounting configurations for 7360 ISAM FX-8

Rack unit (1) 19 in. EIA rack horizontal mount 23 in. rack horizontal mount
SR 1 NFXS-E NFXS-E

Horizontal shelf mount kit Horizontal shelf mount kit

Fan 1 BFAN-E BFAN-E


(with fan filter) (with fan filter)

SR 2 NFXS-E NFXS-E
Horizontal shelf mount kit Horizontal shelf mount kit

Fan 2 BFAN-E BFAN-E


(with fan filter) (with fan filter)

Note
(1) Although only two rack units are portrayed in this table, up to five rack units are supported.

Figure 39 shows the 7360 ISAM FX-8 horizontal rack mounting configurations in an
EIA standard 19 in. rack.

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Figure 39 Horizontal rack mounting configurations for 7360 ISAM FX-8 in


an EIA standard 19 in. rack

18.312
17.750

35 RU
08
07
06
05
04
03

8 RU
02
01
NTB

7360 ISAM FX-8


NTIO
NTA

B-40A 7360 ISAM FX-8 Energy Hazzard


Energy Hazard Alarms FAN
Critical
Major
A-40A Minor
NTA GND NTB
External Alarms BITS TOD/IHZ Remote Craft BAT A BAT B ACO

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Figure 40 shows the 7360 ISAM FX-8 horizontal rack mounting configurations in a
23 in. rack.

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Figure 40 Horizontal rack mounting configurations for 7360 ISAM FX-8 in a


23 in. rack

22.313
21.500

35 RU
08
07
06
05
04
03

8 RU
02
01
NTB

7360 ISAM FX-8


NTIO
NTA

B-40A 7360 ISAM FX-8 Energy Hazzard


Energy Hazard Alarms FAN
Critical
Major
A-40A Minor
NTA GND NTB
External Alarms BITS TOD/IHZ Remote Craft BAT A BAT B ACO

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Table 69 Vertical rack mounting configurations for 7360 ISAM FX-8

Rack unit 23 in. rack vertical mount 19 in. rack vertical mount

SR 1 NFXS-E NFXS-E
Vertical shelf mount kit Vertical shelf mount kit
(23 in. rack mounting brackets included
but not required)

(1 of 2)

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Rack unit 23 in. rack vertical mount 19 in. rack vertical mount
Fan 1 BFAN-E BFAN-E
(with fan filter) (with fan filter)

SR 2 NFXS-E NFXS-E

Vertical shelf mount kit Vertical shelf mount kit


(23 in. rack mounting brackets included
but not required)
Fan 2 BFAN-E BFAN-E
(with fan filter) (with fan filter)

(2 of 2)

Figure 41 shows the 7360 ISAM FX-8 vertical rack mounting configuration in an EIA
standard 19 in. rack.

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Figure 41 Vertical rack mounting configuration for 7360 ISAM FX-8 in an


EIA standard 19 in. rack

18.312
17.750

16 Ru

23367

Figure 42 shows the 7360 ISAM FX-8 vertical rack mounting configuration in a 23 in.
rack.

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Figure 42 Vertical rack mounting configurations for 7360 ISAM FX-8 in a 23


in. rack

22.313
21.500

16 Ru

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4.6 7360 ISAM FX-4 rack mounting


configurations
This section describes the 7360 ISAM FX-4 rack mounting configurations.
The 7360 ISAM FX-4 shelf can be installed:
• horizontally in an EIA standard 19 in. rack
• horizontally in a 23 in. rack

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• vertically in a 23 in. rack


• vertically in a 19 in. rack

Note — A 19 in. seismic rack with a 17.5 in. shelf aperture


between the uprights is not supported.

Table 70 lists the supported horizontal rack mounting configurations for


7360 ISAM FX-4 shelves.
Table 70 Horizontal rack mounting configurations for 7360 ISAM FX-4

Rack unit (1) 19 in. EIA rack horizontal mount 23 in. rack horizontal mount
SR 1 NFXS-F NFXS-F

Horizontal shelf mount kit Horizontal shelf mount kit

Fan 1 BFAN-X BFAN-X


(with fan filter) (with fan filter)

SR 2 NFXS-F NFXS-F
Horizontal shelf mount kit Horizontal shelf mount kit

Fan 2 BFAN-X BFAN-X


(with fan filter) (with fan filter)

Note
(1) Although only two rack units are portrayed in this table, up to seven rack units are supported.

Figure 43 shows the 7360 ISAM FX-4 horizontal rack mounting configurations in an
EIA standard 19 in. rack.

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Figure 43 Horizontal rack mounting configurations for 7360 ISAM FX-4 in


an EIA standard 19 in. rack

18.312
17.750

38 RU
04
03
02
01

5 RU
NTB

7360 ISAM FX-4


NTIO
NTA

External Alarms BITS TOD/IHZ Remote Craft BAT A BAT B FUSE


A B Critical Alarms FAN
N594
1 Major ACO
2
7360 ISAM FX-4 NTA GND NTB 3 Minor

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Figure 44 shows the 7360 ISAM FX-4 horizontal rack mounting configurations in a
23 in. rack.

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Figure 44 Horizontal rack mounting configurations for 7360 ISAM FX-4 in a


23 in. rack

22.313
21.500

38 RU
04
03
02

5 RU
01
NTB

7360 ISAM FX-4


NTIO
NTA

External Alarms BITS TOD/IHZ Remote Craft BAT A BAT B FUSE


A B Critical Alarms FAN
N594
1 Major ACO
2
7360 ISAM FX-4 NTA GND NTB 3 Minor

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Table 71 Vertical rack mounting configurations for 7360 ISAM FX-4

Rack unit 23 in. rack vertical mount 19 in. rack vertical mount

SR 1 NFXS-F NFXS-F
Vertical shelf mount kit Vertical shelf mount kit

Fan 1 BFAN-X BFAN-X


(with fan filter) (with fan filter)

(1 of 2)

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Rack unit 23 in. rack vertical mount 19 in. rack vertical mount
SR 2 NFXS-F NFXS-F

Vertical shelf mount kit Vertical shelf mount kit

Fan 2 BFAN-X BFAN-X


(with fan filter) (with fan filter)

(2 of 2)

Figure 45 shows the 7360 ISAM FX-4 vertical rack mounting configurations in a
23 in. rack.
Figure 45 Vertical rack mounting configurations for 7360 ISAM FX-4 in a
23 in. rack

22.313
21.500
7360 ISAM FX-4
N594

External Alarms
NTA GND NTB

BAT A BAT B FUSE BITS


TOD/IHZ
Remote Craft
A B
3
2
1
Minor
Major ACO
Critical Alarms

NTA NTIO NTB 01 02 03 04


FAN

7360 ISAM FX-4

31 Ru
7360 ISAM FX-4
N594

External Alarms
NTA GND NTB

BAT A BAT B FUSE BITS


TOD/IHZ
Remote Craft
A B
3
2
1
Minor
Major ACO
Critical Alarms

NTA NTIO NTB 01 02 03 04


FAN

7360 ISAM FX-4

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Figure 46 shows the 7360 ISAM FX-4 vertical rack mounting configurations in a
19 in. rack.
Figure 46 Vertical rack mounting configurations for 7360 ISAM FX-4 in a
19 in. rack

18.312
17.750

7360 ISAM FX-4


N594

External Alarms
NTA GND NTB

BAT A BAT B FUSE BITS


TOD/IHZ
Remote Craft
A B
3
2
1
Minor
Major ACO
Critical Alarms

NTA NTIO NTB 01 02 03 04


FAN

7360 ISAM FX-4

31 RU
7360 ISAM FX-4
N594

External Alarms
NTA GND NTB

BAT A BAT B FUSE BITS


TOD/IHZ
Remote Craft
A B
3
2
1
Minor
Major ACO
Critical Alarms

NTA NTIO NTB 01 02 03 04


FAN

7360 ISAM FX-4

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5 Optical modules
5.1 Overview

5.2 Supported optical modules

5.3 SFP/XFP temperature support on LT cards

5.1 Overview
This chapter provides a listing of supported optical modules, the applicability of each
optical module per card, and describes supported temperature ranges for
Nokia-approved SFP and XFP optical modules within ISAM 7360 FX shelves.

5.2 Supported optical modules


See Table 72 for a complete list of supported optical modules, with support per card
indicated by a check mark in the relevant columns. See Table 96 for ordering
information, and see the ISAM SFP/SFP+/XFP Modules Unit Data Sheet for detailed
information on supported optical modules.
Table 72 Supported optical modules

Item Part

FWLT-A
NGLT-A

NGLT-C
FANT-G

FGLT-A

FGLT-B
NELT-B

FPXT-B
FANT-F

FELT-B

FPLT-A
FNIO-A

number

Fast Ethernet SFPs

FE-FX 3FE — — — ✓ — — — — — — — —
25777
AA

FE-LX10 3FE — — — ✓ — — — — — — — —
25778
AA

FE BX10-D 3FE — — — ✓ — — — — — — — —
29194
AA

100Base-T 3FE — — — ✓ — — — — — — — —
63343
AA

Copper SFPs

1000Base-T 3FE — — — ✓ — — — — — — — —
64927
AA

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Item Part

FWLT-A
NGLT-A

NGLT-C
FANT-G

FGLT-A

FGLT-B
NELT-B

FPXT-B
FANT-F

FELT-B

FPLT-A
FNIO-A
number

Gigabit Ethernet SFPs

GE-SX 3FE ✓ ✓ — ✓ — — — — — — — —
25773
AA

GE-LX 3FE ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ — — — — — — — —
25774
AA

GE-EX 3FE ✓ ✓ — ✓ — — — — — — — —
25775
AA

GE-ZX 3FE ✓ ✓ — ✓ — — — — — — — —
25776
AA

GE-YX CWDM 3FE — — — ✓ — — — — — — — —


25771
AA

3FE — — — ✓ — — — — — — — —
25771
AB

3FE — — — ✓ — — — — — — — —
25771
AC

3FE — — — ✓ — — — — — — — —
25771
AD

3FE — — — ✓ — — — — — — — —
25771
AE

3FE — — — ✓ — — — — — — — —
25771
AF

3FE — — — ✓ — — — — — — — —
25771
AG

3FE — — — ✓ — — — — — — — —
25771
AH

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Item Part

FWLT-A
NGLT-A

NGLT-C
FANT-G

FGLT-A

FGLT-B
NELT-B

FPXT-B
FANT-F

FELT-B

FPLT-A
FNIO-A
number

GE-VX CWDM 3FE — — — ✓ — — — — — — — —


29549
CA

3FE — — — ✓ — — — — — — — —
29550
CA
3FE — — — ✓ — — — — — — — —
29551
CA

3FE — — — ✓ — — — — — — — —
29552
CA

3FE — — — ✓ — — — — — — — —
29553
CA

3FE — — — ✓ — — — — — — — —
29554
CA
3FE — — — ✓ — — — — — — — —
29555
CA

3FE — — — ✓ — — — — — — — —
64870
AA

GE-BX10-U 3FE ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ — — — — — — — —
25772
AA

GE-BX10-D 3FE ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ — — — — — — — —
25772
AB

GE-BX40-U 3FE — — — ✓ — — — — — — — —
28785
AA

GE-BX40-D 3FE — — — ✓ — — — — — — — —
28785
AB

10G CWDM SFP+s

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Item Part

FWLT-A
NGLT-A

NGLT-C
FANT-G

FGLT-A

FGLT-B
NELT-B

FPXT-B
FANT-F

FELT-B

FPLT-A
FNIO-A
number

10 GE 3FE ✓ ✓ ✓ — — — — — — — — —
10GBase-ZR 68890
CWDM AA

3FE ✓ ✓ ✓ — — — — — — — — —
68890
AB
3FE ✓ ✓ ✓ — — — — — — — — —
68890
AC

3FE ✓ ✓ ✓ — — — — — — — — —
68890
AD

3FE ✓ ✓ ✓ — — — — — — — — —
68890
AE

3FE ✓ ✓ ✓ — — — — — — — — —
68890
AF
3FE ✓ ✓ ✓ — — — — — — — — —
68890
AG

3FE ✓ ✓ ✓ — — — — — — — — —
68890
AH

SFP+s

10 GE-R 3FE ✓ ✓ ✓ — ✓ — — — — — — —
62600
AA

10 GE-R 3FE ✓ ✓ ✓ — ✓ — — — — — — —
62600
DA

10 GE-R 3FE ✓ ✓ ✓ — — — — — — — — —
63264
AA

10 GE-R 3FE ✓ ✓ ✓ — — — — — — — — —
65831
AA

10 GE-R 3FE ✓ ✓ ✓ — — — — — — — — —
65832
AA

10 GE-BX 3FE ✓ ✓
55744
AA

10 GE-BX 3FE ✓ ✓
55743
AA

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Item Part

FWLT-A
NGLT-A

NGLT-C
FANT-G

FGLT-A

FGLT-B
NELT-B

FPXT-B
FANT-F

FELT-B

FPLT-A
FNIO-A
number

E1 SFP

2 × E1 SFP 3FE — — — ✓ — — — — — — — —
67231
AA

Dual SFPs

GE-BX10-D 3FE — — — ✓ ✓ — — — — — — —
65106
AA

FE-BX10-D 3FE — — — ✓ — — — — — — — —
65107
AA
FE-BX10-D 3FE — — — ✓ — — — — — — — —
GE-BX10-D 66131
AA (1)

FE-BX20-D 3FE — — — ✓ — — — — — — — —
GE-BX20-D 69491
AA

EPON SFPs

EPON PX20+ 3FE — — — — — — — — — — ✓ —


53606
AA
EPON PX20+ 3FE — — — — — — — — — — — —
SFP ONU (2) 65373
DA

2G EPON XFPs

EPON OLT 3FE — — — — — — — — — — — ✓


XFP 53606
(asymmetric) BC

10G EPON XFPs

EPON PR30 3FE — — — — — — — — — — — ✓


XFP 66606
(asymmetric) AC

EPON PRX30 3FE — — — — — — — — — — — ✓


XFP 66606
(symmetric)(3) AD

EPON PR30 3FE — — — — — — — — — — — ✓


XFP 66606
(asymmetric) BC

EPON PRX30 3FE — — — — — — — — — — — ✓


XFP 66606
(symmetric) BD

GPON SFPs

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Item Part

FWLT-A
NGLT-A

NGLT-C
FANT-G

FGLT-A

FGLT-B
NELT-B

FPXT-B
FANT-F

FELT-B

FPLT-A
FNIO-A
number

GPON SFP B+ 3FE — — — — — ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ — — —


53441
AA

GPON SFP B+ 3FE — — — — — ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ — — —


53441
AC
GPON SFP C+ 3FE — — — — — ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ — — —
53441
BA

GPON SFP C+ 3FE — — — — — ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ — — —


53441
BC

GPON SFP B+ 3FE — — — — — ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ — — —


with OTDR 53441
CC

GPON SFP C+ 3FE — — — — — ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ — — —


with OTDR 53441
DA
GPON SFP B+ 3FE — — — — — — — ✓ ✓ — — —
with alternative 53441
wavelength EA

Universal TWDM optics

10/2.5G 3FE — — — — — — — — — ✓ — —
symmetrical 45228
TWDM XFP AA

10/2.5G 3FE — — — — — — — — — ✓ — —
symmetrical 45228
TWDM XFP BA

10/2.5G 3FE — — — — — — — — — ✓ — —
symmetrical 45228
TWDM XFP CA

10/2.5G 3FE — — — — — — — — — ✓ — —
symmetrical 45228
TWDM XFP DA

10/2.5G fixed 3FE — — — — — — — — — ✓ — —


wavelength 53971
XFP AA

10/2.5G fixed 3FE — — — — — — — — — ✓ — —


wavelength 53971
XFP BA

10/10G 3FE — — — — — — — — — ✓ — —
symmetrical 56269
TWDM XFP AA

10/10G 3FE — — — — — — — — — ✓ — —
symmetrical 56269
TWDM XFP BA

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Item Part

FWLT-A
NGLT-A

NGLT-C
FANT-G

FGLT-A

FGLT-B
NELT-B

FPXT-B
FANT-F

FELT-B

FPLT-A
FNIO-A
number

10/10G 3FE — — — — — — — — — ✓ — —
symmetrical 56269
TWDM XFP CA

10/10G 3FE — — — — — — — — — ✓ — —
symmetrical 56269
TWDM XFP DA
XGS (PR30) 3FE — — — — — — — — — ✓ — —
XFP 66606
CD

CFP4 optics

100 G 3FE — ✓ — — — — — — — — — —
Base-LR4 71782
AA

Other

TM1 SFP 3FE — — — ✓ — — — — — — — —


66247
AA

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Notes
(1) This is a dual-rate compact SFP.
(2) The EPON SFP ONU is deployed in demarcation equipment. See your Nokia representative for more information.
(3) Can be used for a fixed-wavelength deployment (Universal TWDM).

5.3 SFP/XFP temperature support on LT cards


Table 73 describes the 7360 ISAM FX supported LT card, fan type and temperature
support with SFPs/XFPs.

Caution — The following deployment limitations apply:

• FGLT-A must be used with BFAN


• GR-63-CORE compliance for CO deployment:
5°C to 40°C (short term range is −5°C to 50°C)
41°F to 104°F (short term range is 23°F to 122°F)
• GR-3108-CORE compliance for OSP Class 2 deployment:
−20°C to 40°C (short term range is −40°C to 65°C)
−4°F to 104°F (short term range is −40°F to 149°F)
Fan filters must be removed
Only I-temp SFPs

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Note 1 — The temperature limits apply to single shelf


configurations.
Note 2 — For 7360 ISAM FX-4 and 7360 ISAM FX-8, the
temperature limits apply to vertical mounting only.
Note 3 — When fans operate in 'classic' mode, the speed of fan
blowers is not automatically adjusted based on air temperature,
as it is in 'protected' mode. The BFAN modes ‘eco’ and ‘auto’
are currently not supported. Nokia recommends ‘protected’
mode set for BFAN.
Table 73 Temperature support in 7360 ISAM FX shelves per LT card

FGLT-A/FGLT-B NGLT-A / NGLT-C

I-temp SFP/XFP

7360 ISAM FX-16 without fan filter 65°C (149°F) without fan filter 65°C (149°F)
Using BFAN with fan filter 55°C (131°F) with fan filter 55°C (131°F)

7360 ISAM FX-12 without fan filter — without fan filter —


Using BFAN
with fan filter — with fan filter —

7360 ISAM FX-8 without fan filter 65°C (149°F) without fan filter 65°C (149°F)
Using BFAN with fan filter 55°C (131°F) with fan filter 55°C (131°F)

7360 ISAM FX-4 without fan filter 65°C (149°F) without fan filter 65°C (149°F)
Using BFAN
with fan filter 55°C (131°F) with fan filter 55°C (131°F)

C-temp SFP/XFP

7360 ISAM FX-16 without fan filter 45°C (113°F) without fan filter 55°C (131°F)
Using BFAN
with fan filter 45°C (113°F) with fan filter 55°C (131°F)
7360 ISAM FX-12 without fan filter — without fan filter —
Using BFAN
with fan filter — with fan filter —

7360 ISAM FX-8 without fan filter 55°C (131°F) without fan filter 55°C (131°F)
Using BFAN with fan filter 55°C (131°F) with fan filter 55°C (131°F)

7360 ISAM FX-4 without fan filter 55°C (131°F) without fan filter 55°C (131°F)
Using BFAN
with fan filter 55°C (131°F) with fan filter 55°C (131°F)

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6 Planning the equipment

7 Ordering the equipment

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6 Planning the equipment


6.1 Overview

6.2 Network considerations

6.3 Rack considerations

6.4 Shelf considerations

6.5 LT card considerations

6.6 NT card considerations

6.7 V-OLT and video coupler equipment considerations

6.8 Installation considerations

6.9 Power considerations

6.10 Maintenance considerations

6.11 Software licensing information

6.12 Documentation

6.1 Overview
This chapter provides planning considerations for ordering the 7360 ISAM FX
equipment. Consider the following items when determining what you need:
• required number and type of shelves
• rack requirements
• shelf power and mounting accessories
• shelf hardware kits and shelf add-on kits
• installation-related items, such as power and alarm equipment
• expansion configuration requirements
• software licensing
• documentation
• other requirements, such as MTA, ITSC, and BITS

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6.2 Network considerations


This section describes the 7360 ISAM FX network equipment considerations
including system planning.
The 7360 ISAM FX is implemented in an access network topology that extends
optical access across the last mile of the communications network to the subscriber
using fiber optic cable to provide services from the network to residential or business
subscribers.
The 7360 ISAM FX access network consists of four distinct equipment types:
• P-OLT, which includes the rack and shelves, and the corresponding NT and LT
cards
• V-OLT, which distributes RF overlay video signals across the GPON if the
network provider chooses this method for providing video services
• WDM, which is only required to support the V-OLT, and is used to mix and
separate the RF video signals to and from the optical fiber going toward ONUs.
• ONU, which is located at the subscriber premises as distributed end-points of the
access network. This equipment implements the GPON protocol and adapts
GPON PDUs to subscriber service interfaces.
• Wavelength Multiplexer (WM), which is a narrow band WDM component used to
combine and separate individual TWDM wavelength channels. It is only needed
in case of TWDM (NG-PON2).
• Coexistence Element (CEx), which is a broadband WDM. It is only needed if other
PON systems, such as GPON or XG-PON1, are present on the same PON. It is
used to combine and separate WM output and other PON system signals on/from
the optical fiber going towards ONUs. Optionally, it can also support RF overlay
video signal so that it includes WDM function for V-OLT (this optional equipment
is provided by a third party supplier and hence is outside the scope of ISAM).

When planning the installation of the 7360 ISAM FX in an access network, consider
the following requirements:
• type of services that will be provided to subscribers
• number of ONUs required for each type of subscriber:
• estimated number of single-family subscribers
• estimated number of multi-dwelling subscribers
• estimated number of SOHO subscribers
• estimated number of business subscribers with CES (DS1 or E1) requirements
• number of LT ports per LT card type
• number of NT ports per NT card type
• NTIO port and NTIO card type
• number of LT cards per shelf type: 16, 12, 8, or 4
• number of 7360 ISAM WM line cards required per shelf, in case of TWDM
• rack and rack configurations

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• number of shelves per rack configuration


• system capacity restrictions

6.2.1 System planning for indoor, outdoor, and business


ONTs
Use the following steps to calculate the system requirements to support the number
of expected subscribers.
1 ONTs — Estimate the number of subscribers. One ONT is required for each
subscriber. The number of indoor or outdoor ONTs equals the number of
subscribers. The number of SOHO outdoor ONTs or business ONTs equals the
number of subscribers.
2 LT ports — Divide the number of indoor or outdoor ONTs by the number of
subscribers per LT port (for example, 32 or 64 based on a 1:32 or 1:64 split) to
determine how many LT ports are required. In case of TWDM NG-PON2, divide
the number of indoor or outdoor ONTs by the number of subscribers per LT port
(that is, 32 or 64 based on a 1:#2 or 1:64 split) to determine how many channel
groups are required. Then multiply the number of wavelength channel pairs
required per channel group to determine how many NG-PON2 LT ports are
required.
3 Microspan MS-R and MS-C — Determine the required units based on CES
requirements of subscribers. See the appropriate Litespan and Microspan user
documentation for more information.
4 LTs — Divide the number of LT ports required by the number of LT ports on the
LT card to determine the total number of LT cards required. In case of TWDM
NG-PON2, divide the number of NG-PON2 LT ports required by the number of
NG-PON2 LT ports on the NG-PON2 LT card to determine the total number of
NG-PON2 LT cards required. Divide the number of channel groups required by
two to determine the total number of 7360 ISAM WM line cards required.
5 Shelves — Divide the number of LT cards by 16, 8, or 4 to determine how many
7360 ISAM FX-16, 7360 ISAM FX-12, 7360 ISAM FX-8, or 7360 ISAM FX-4
shelves are required, respectively. In case of TWDM NG-PON2, divide the
number of 7360 ISAM WM line cards required by 12 to determine how many
7360 ISAM WM shelves are required.
6 Racks — Divide the number of shelves by the number of shelves per rack to
determine the number of racks required.

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6.2.2 System planning for modular ONTs


Use the following steps to calculate the system requirements to support the number
of expected subscribers.
1 Modular ONTs — Estimate the number of subscribers. Each modular ONT can
support 12 subscribers. Divide the total number of subscribers by 12 to determine
the number of modular ONTs required.
2 LT ports— Divide the number of modular ONTs by 8 to determine how many LT
ports are required. The 7360 ISAM FX system typically supports 8 modular ONT
units for each LT port.
3 LTs — Divide the number of LT ports required by the number of LT ports on the
LT card to determine the total number of LT cards required.
4 Shelves — Divide the number of LT cards by 16, 8, or 4 to determine how many
7360 ISAM FX-16, 7360 ISAM FX-12, 7360 ISAM FX-8, or 7360 ISAM FX-4
shelves are required, respectively.
5 Racks — Divide the number of shelves by the number of shelves per rack to
determine the number of racks required.

6.3 Rack considerations


This section identifies the number of shelves that can be accommodated in a rack by
rack size and by supported rack mounting configuration; see Table 74. See
section 7.2 for more information about rack mounting configurations.
Table 74 Number of shelves per rack

Rack Rack mounting 7360 ISAM FX- 7360 ISAM 7360 ISAM F 7360 ISAM F
configuration 16 FX-12 X-8 X-4

23 in. rack Horizontal — — 4 7


mounting

Vertical mounting 2 — 2 —
19 in. EIA Horizontal — — 4 7
standard rack mounting

Vertical mounting — — 2 —

Seismic 19 in. Vertical mounting — 2 2 2


rack

In case of TWDM NG-PON2, the 7360 ISAM WM shelf must be mounted directly
above or below the 7360 ISAM FX-16. This must be taken into account, in order to
determine the number of 7360 ISAM FX shelves required per rack.

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6.4 Shelf considerations


This section identifies the 7360 ISAM FX shelf equipment required including
references to ordering information.
For each shelf, consider the number and type of:
• NT units required
• LT slots that the shelf can accommodate (16, 12, 8, or 4)
• LT units for the required types of subscriber services
• dummy front panels required for any unused slots in the shelf
• existing and required spare plug-in units
• rack mounting kits required (vertical or horizontal)
• fiber management kits required
• optical modules required for network and expansion links
• required cables, such as power harnesses

Table 75 lists the types of plug-in units including SFP and XFP modules, and cables
for the 7360 ISAM FX shelves, and where to find ordering information. Table 76 lists
the plug-in units, including cables, for the 7360 ISAM WM shelves, and where to find
ordering information.
Table 75 Ordering plug-in units, kits and cables for the 7360 ISAM FX
shelves

Type of orderable item See section

Plug-in units
GFCs Section 7.5

Fan units and fan filters Section 7.6

NT units and dummy front panels Section 7.7


NTIO units Section 7.8

LT cards, VPS cards, and LT dummy front panels Section 7.9

SFP and XFP modules Section 7.13

Kits

Shelf mount kits Section 7.4

Fiber management kits Section 7.14


Cables Section 7.16

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Table 76 Ordering plug-in units, kits and cables for the 7360 ISAM WM
shelves

Type of orderable item See section

Plug-in units

Line card Section 7.10

Power card Section 7.11

Controller card Section 7.12

Kits

Shelf mount kits Section 7.4

Cables Section 7.16

6.5 LT card considerations


This section identifies the number of LT ports per LT card; see Table 77.
Table 77 Number of LT ports per LT card

LT card Number of LT ports

FGLT-A 16 GPON ports


FGLT-B 16 GPON ports

FPLT-A 8 EPON ports

FPXT-B 8 10G EPON ports


FWLT-A 4 NG-PON2 TWDM ports

NDLS-E 48 port VDSL2 combined LT/splitter over POTS

NDLS-F 48 port multi-DSL integrated splitter over POTS

NELT-B 36 GE or FE channels

18 GE or FE SFP channels

FELT-B 36 GE or FE cSFP channels


18 GE, FE, or 2.5GE SFP channels

16 10GE SFP+ channels

NGLT-A 8 GPON ports

NGLT-C 8 GPON ports

NPOT-C 48 POTS only ports

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6.6 NT card considerations


This section identifies the number of NT ports per NT card; see Table 78.
Table 78 Number of NT ports per NT card

NT card Number of NT ports

FANT-F 1 10Mbps, 100Mbps, or GE Base-T port

4 10 GE SFP+ ports
1 ToD/1 PPS RJ-45 connection port

1 10 MHz GPS SMA connection port

1 PPS SMA connection port

1 Local craft serial connection port

FANT-G 1 10 Mbps, 100 Mbps, or GE Base-T port

4 10 GE SFP+ ports

1 100 GE CFP4 port

1 ToD/1 PPS RJ-45 connection port

1 10 MHz GPS SMA connection port

1 PPS SMA connection port


1 Local craft serial connection port

1 mini-USB connection port (for debug)

6.7 V-OLT and video coupler equipment


considerations
This section identifies the 7360 ISAM FX V-OLT and video coupler equipment,
ordering, and installation considerations for use with GPON deployments.
If the V-OLT function is required, order both the V-OLT equipment and the video
coupler equipment.

6.7.1 V-OLT equipment


The V-OLT equipment consists of EDFAs that can accept 1550 nm wavelength
optical signals and split the signals into multiple optical feeds onto the fiber path.
Order the appropriate EDFAs.
The V-OLT is supplied by third-party vendors. Contact your EDFA representative for
information about your EDFA requirements.

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6.7.2 Video coupler equipment


The video coupler equipment contains the following items:
• video coupler rack (standard 23 in. rack)
• three video coupler shelves, LGX compatible (VCSL)
• one fiber storage shelf (optional)
• video coupler WDM cassettes (VCW2), one per LT card
• two fiber management raceways, one on each side of the VCSLs
• optical jumper cables to connect LT cards and V-OLT to VCW2, and to provide
output from VCW2 to ONUs

6.7.2.1 Ordering considerations


Consider the following when ordering the video coupler equipment:
• required cables and connection modules
• installation-related items, such as power and alarm equipment normally procured
from commercial sources

Contact your Nokia sales representative for more information.

6.7.2.2 Installation considerations


Consider the following when planning to install the WDM equipment in a CO location.
• Floor plan
Determine the floor plan details:
• available space
• floor type
• overhead support management
• cable rack equipment
• Subscribers
Determine the number of subscribers who require the radio frequency (RF) video
services delivered through the V-OLT.

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• Optical fiber requirements


Determine the optical fiber requirements for video lead from head-end equipment
to the V-OLT. The following is required:
• number of connections
• run lengths
• connectors for termination

Note — Nokia recommends that in the fiber distribution


network, APC-based or spliced connectors are used to avoid
potential problems. In particular, splitters should be configured
so that unused ports are terminated into APC-based
connectors.

6.8 Installation considerations


This section describes the 7360 ISAM FX and 7360 ISAM WM equipment
installation considerations for required space, floor plan, alarms, access, power and
ground cable, and optical fiber.
The 7360 ISAM FX and 7360 ISAM WM are typically installed in a CO environment.
The following subsections describe items to consider when planning the installation
of the 7360 ISAM FX and 7360 ISAM WM in the CO.

6.8.1 Space
Planners should determine the space requirement based on the number of shelves
and racks required. If existing racks are to be used, verify space availability.

6.8.2 Floor plan


Collect the following floor plan information:
• measurements of the available space, including height, width, and length
• floor type
• overhead support arrangement
• cable and rack requirement

6.8.3 Alarms
Determine the alarm termination requirements. Determine the total number of
alarms, and the number and types of connections required. The last alarm shall be
reserved for 7360 ISAM WM.

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6.8.4 Access
The remote craft port to perform operations and maintenance is connected to the
front on the GFC panel.

6.8.5 Power and ground cable


Determine the power and ground cable requirements. Collect information about the
following:
• number of connections
• run lengths and required wire gauge
• termination requirements, such as lugs

6.8.6 Optical fiber


Determine the optical fiber requirements. Collect information on the following:
• number of connections
• run lengths
• termination requirements, such as connector types

Note — Nokia recommends that in the fiber distribution


network, APC-based or spliced connectors are used to avoid
potential problems. In particular, splitters should be configured
so that unused ports are terminated into APC-based
connectors.

6.9 Power considerations


See the 7360 ISAM FX Safety Manual for the maximum power consumption per unit.
Use the maximum power consumption figures to plan for power sizes required.

6.10 Maintenance considerations


This section describes the 7360 ISAM FX maintenance considerations when
ordering equipment.
Order spare cards to support normal maintenance activities associated with the
7360 ISAM FX.

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The number of spares needed for each card type is determined by maintenance
practices and equipment failure rates. Generally, a minimum of one spare card of
each type used is recommended for CO maintenance personnel.

6.11 Software licensing information


Software licensing information is included when you purchase the software kits and
licenses.
Contact your Nokia sales representative for current part numbers for software kits
and licenses.

6.12 Documentation
See the Preface for a list of the documents in the documentation set for the
7360 ISAM FX.

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7 Ordering the equipment


7.1 Overview

7.2 Racks and mounting parts

7.3 Shelves

7.4 Shelf mount kits

7.5 GFCs

7.6 Fan units and fan filters

7.7 NT cards and dummy front panel

7.8 NTIO card and dummy front panel

7.9 LT cards, VPS cards, and LT dummy front panels

7.10 7360 ISAM WM line card and dummy front panels

7.11 7360 ISAM WM power card and dummy front panel

7.12 7360 ISAM WM controller card

7.13 Optical modules

7.14 Optical fiber management kits

7.15 Fiber caps

7.16 Cables

7.17 Video coupler equipment

7.1 Overview
This chapter provides part number information about the 7360 ISAM FX and
7360 ISAM WM equipment.

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Table 79 lists the orderable items or collection of items, and identifies with a check
mark the shelf to which an item or collection of items applies.

Note — The term dummy front panel is synonymous with the


term filler plate.

Table 79 7360 ISAM FX and 7360 ISAM WM equipment

Type Item FX-16 FX-12 FX-8 FX-4 WM

Racks and mounting 7360 ISAM FX-16 mounting ✓


parts
7360 ISAM FX-12 mounting ✓

7360 ISAM FX-8 mounting ✓

7360 ISAM FX-4 mounting ✓

7360 ISAM WM mounting ✓

Shelves NFXS-D ✓

NFXS-E ✓

NFXS-F ✓
NFXS-G ✓

FWMS-I ✓

Shelf mount kits 7360 ISAM FX-16 heat and ✓


fiber baffle kit
7360 ISAM FX-12 heat and ✓
fiber baffle kit

7360 ISAM FX-8 horizontal ✓


mount kit

7360 ISAM FX-8 vertical mount ✓


kit

7360 ISAM FX-4 horizontal ✓


mount kit

7360 ISAM FX-4 vertical mount ✓


kit

7360 ISAM WM mounting kit ✓

GFCs NGFC-H ✓

NGFC-G ✓

NGFC-I ✓

Fan units and fan BFAN-H ✓


filters
BFAN-E ✓

BFAN-I ✓
BFAN-X ✓

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Type Item FX-16 FX-12 FX-8 FX-4 WM


NT cards and FANT-F ✓ ✓ ✓
dummy front panel
FANT-G ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓

NT dummy front panel ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓


NTIO card and FNIO-A ✓ ✓ ✓
dummy front panel
NTIO dummy front panel ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓

LT cards, VPS cards, FELT-B ✓ ✓ ✓


and LT dummy front
panels FGLT-A ✓ ✓ ✓

FGLT-B ✓ ✓ ✓

FPLT-A ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓

FPXT-B ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓

FWLT-A ✓ ✓ ✓

NDLS-E ✓ ✓ ✓

NDLS-F ✓ ✓ ✓
NELT-B ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓

NGLT-A ✓ ✓ ✓

NGLT-C ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓

NPOT-C ✓ ✓ ✓

NDPS-B ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓

NVPS-C ✓ ✓ ✓

LT dummy front panels ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓

7360 ISAM WM line FWLC-A ✓


card and dummy
front panels Dummy front panels for line ✓
card slots
7360 ISAM WM FWPC-A ✓
power card and
dummy front panel Dummy front panel for power ✓
card slots

7360 ISAM WM FWCC-A ✓


controller card

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Type Item FX-16 FX-12 FX-8 FX-4 WM


Optical modules Fast Ethernet SFPs ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓

Copper SFPs ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓

Gigabit Ethernet SFPs ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓


10G CWDM SFP+s ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓

SFP+s ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓

E1 SFP ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓

Dual SFPs ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓

EPON SFPs ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓

2G EPON XFPs ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓

10G EPON XFPs ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓

GPON SFPs ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓

Universal TWDM optics ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓

CFP4 optics ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓
Other ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓

Optical fiber Fiber guide kit for ✓


management kits 7360 ISAM FX-16

Fiber guide kit for ✓


7360 ISAM FX-12
Fiber guide kit for ✓
7360 ISAM FX-8

Fiber guide kit for ✓


7360 ISAM FX-4

Cables ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓
Video coupler equipment ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓

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7.2 Racks and mounting parts


This section identifies the parts and part numbers for rack-mounted parts.
Table 80 lists the supported rack mounting configurations by shelf type and rack size.
For more information about the rack mounting configurations, see the 7360 ISAM FX
Hardware Installation Manual.
Warning — Vertical shelf mount kits must be used for
7360 ISAM FX-4 and 7360 ISAM FX-8 installation in a 19 in. or
23 in. rack.

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Table 80 Rack mounting configurations

Shelf Rack size Rack mounting configurations

7360 ISAM FX-16 23 in.rack Vertical mounting with heat and fiber baffle kit and drip tray

7360 ISAM FX-12 19 in. rack Vertical mounting with heat and fiber baffle kit

7360 ISAM FX-8 EIA standard 19 in. rack (17.75 in. I.D.) Horizontal mounting with horizontal shelf mount kit

Vertical mounting with vertical shelf mount kit

Seismic 19 in. rack (17.5 in. I.D.) Vertical mounting with vertical shelf mount kit

23 in. rack Horizontal mounting with horizontal shelf mount kit

Vertical mounting with vertical shelf mount kit


7360 ISAM FX-4 EIA standard 19 in. rack (17.75 in. I.D.) Horizontal mounting with horizontal shelf mount kit

Vertical mounting with vertical shelf mount kit

Seismic 19 in. rack (17.5 in. I.D.) Vertical mounting with vertical shelf mount kit

23 in. rack Horizontal mounting with horizontal shelf mount kit

Vertical mounting with vertical shelf mount kit

7360 ISAM WM 23 in. rack Vertical mounting with shelf mount kit and drip tray

Table 81 identifies the part number for the 23 in. rack.


Table 81 Racks

Rack Part number

23 in. rack 1AD 01412 0044

Table 82 lists the 7360 ISAM FX-16 equipment orderable at the FEMA code level.
The required mounting brackets and screws are included in the shipment under one
part number. Replacement part numbers are listed if required.

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Table 82 FEMA level rack mounting parts for 7360 ISAM FX-16

Type FEMA code (1) Part Part number Quantity

7360 ISAM FX-16 mounting

7360 ISAM FX-16 - rack with one 3FE 66742 BA (includes 23 in. rack 1AD 01412 0044 1
shelf intelligent fan with fan filter)
NFXS-D shelf 3FE 65209 BA 1

FX-16 heat and fiber baffle kit 3FE 68285 AA 1

Intelligent fan with fan filter 3FE 66546 AA 1

Drip tray 3FE 68295 AA 1

Optical fiber management kit 3FE 61087 FA 1


Dust filter 3FE 67952 AA 1

Replacement parts FX-16 left mounting bracket 3FE 54168 AA 1

FX-16 right mounting bracket 3FE 54168 AB 1

12 × 24 1/2in. (12 mm) hex 1AD112490001 10


screws
12 × 24 1/2in. (12.7 mm) hex 1AD008180005 14
screws

M3 × 8 mm screws 1AD003150008

M3 × 14 mm screws 1AD003150069
7360 ISAM FX-16 - rack with two 3FE 66742 BB (includes 23 in. rack 1AD 01412 0044 1
shelves intelligent fan with fan filter)
NFXS-D shelf 3FE 65209 BA 2

FX-16 heat and fiber baffle kit 3FE 68285 AA 2


Intelligent fan with fan filter 3FE 66546 AA 2

Drip tray 3FE 68295 AA 2

Optical fiber management kit 3FE 61087 FA 2


Dust filter 3FE 67952 AA 1

Replacement parts FX-16 left mounting bracket 3FE 54168 AA 2

FX-16 right mounting bracket 3FE 54168 AB 2

12 × 24 1/2in. (12 mm) hex 1AD112490001 20


screws

12 × 24 1/2in. (12.7 mm) hex 1AD008180005 28


screws

Note
(1) See the 7360 ISAM FX Product Information Guide or the 7360 ISAM FX Hardware Installation Manual for FEMA level and other rack
mounting configuration details.

Table 84 identifies the orderable mounting parts required for 7360 ISAM FX-12
shelves. The required hardware is included in the shipment. Replacement part
numbers are listed if required.

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Table 83 Rack mounting parts for 7360 ISAM FX-12

Rack size Rack mounting configuration Part Part number Quantity

7360 ISAM FX-12 mounting

7360 ISAM Vertical mounting of the 7360 ISAM FX-12 in an EIA NFXS-G 3FE 69833 BA 1
FX-12- rack with standard 19 in. rack (17.75 in. I.D.)
one shelf Heat and fiber baffle kit 3FE 71272 AA 1

Replacement parts 12 mm pan head 1AD 00315 0010 10


screws
7360 ISAM Vertical mounting of the 7360 ISAM FX-12 in an EIA NFXS-G 3FE 69833 BA 2
FX-12- rack with standard 19 in. rack (17.75 in. I.D.)
two shelves Heat and fiber baffle kit 3FE 71272 AA 2

Replacement parts 12 mm pan head 1AD 00315 0010 20


screws

Table 84 identifies the orderable mounting parts required for 7360 ISAM FX-8 and
7360 ISAM FX-4 shelves. The required mounting brackets and screws are included
in the shipment. Replacement part numbers are listed if required.
Table 84 Rack mounting parts for 7360 ISAM FX-8 and 7360 ISAM FX-4

Rack size Rack mounting configuration Part Part number Quantity


7360 ISAM FX-8 mounting

19 in. rack Vertical mounting of the 7360 ISAM FX-8 in an EIA NFXS-E 3FE 64936 BB 1
standard 19 in. rack (17.75 in. I.D.) or a seismic 19 in.
rack (17.5 in. I.D.) Vertical shelf mount kit 3FE 67300 BA 1
23 in. rack adapter brackets are included in the kit but Optical fiber 3FE 61087 EB 1
are not required for 19 in. rack installation. management kit

Replacement parts 12-24 x 1/2 in. (12.7 1AD002300017 12


mm) screws

M3 x 5/16 in. (8 mm) 1AD702080011 12


screws

M3 × 9/16 in. (14 mm) 1AD003150069 16


screws

19 in. rack Horizontal mounting of the 7360 ISAM FX-8 in an NFXS-E 3FE 64936 BB 1
EIA standard 19 in. rack (17.75 in. I.D.)
Horizontal shelf mount 3FE 67300 AA 1
kit (1)

Optical fiber 3FE 61087 EB 1


management kit

Replacement parts 12-24 x 12.7 mm 1AD002300017 16


screws

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23 in. rack Vertical mounting of the 7360 ISAM FX-8 in a 23 in. NFXS-E 3FE 64936 BB 1
rack (21.5 in. I.D.)
Vertical shelf mount kit 3FE 67300 BA 1

Optical fiber 3FE 61087 EB 1


management kit

Replacement parts 12-24 x 1/2 in. (12.7 1AD002300017 12


mm) screws

M3 x 5/16 in. (8 mm) 1AD702080011 12


screws

M3 × 9/16 in. (14 mm) 1AD003150069 16


screws

23 in. rack Horizontal mounting of the 7360 ISAM FX-8 in a 23 NFXS-E 3FE 64936 BB 1
in. rack
Horizontal shelf mount 3FE 67300 AA 1
kit

Optical fiber 3FE 61087 EB 1


management kit

Replacement parts Left and right horizontal 3FE 67313 AA 2


brackets
12-24 x 12.7 mm 1AD002300017 16
screws

7360 ISAM FX-4 mounting

19 in. rack Vertical mounting of the 7360 ISAM FX-4 in a 19 in. NFXS-F 3FE 64991 BB 1
rack
Vertical shelf mount kit 3FE 67299 BA

Optical fiber 3FE 61087 DB 1


management kit

Replacement parts 12-24 x 1/2 in. (12.7 1AD002300017 12


mm) screws
M3 x 5/16 in. (8 mm) 1AD702080011 12
screws

M3 × 9/16 in. (14 mm) 1AD003150069 16


screws

19 in. rack Horizontal mounting of the 7360 ISAM FX-4 in an NFXS-F 3FE 64991 BB 1
EIA standard 19 in. rack (17.75 in. I.D.)
Horizontal shelf mount 3FE 67299 AA 2
kit (1)

Optical fiber 3FE 61087 DB 1


management kit

Replacement parts 12-24 x 12.7 mm 1AD002300017 16


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23 in. rack Vertical mounting of the 7360 ISAM FX-4 in a 23 in. NFXS-F 3FE 64991 BB 1
rack
Vertical shelf mount kit 3FE 67299 BA

Optical fiber 3FE 61087 DB 1


management kit

Replacement parts 12-24 x 1/2 in. (12.7 1AD002300017 12


mm) screws

M3 x 5/16 in. (8 mm) 1AD702080011 12


screws

M3 × 9/16 in. (14 mm) 1AD003150069 16


screws

23 in. rack Horizontal mounting of the 7360 ISAM FX-4 in a 23 NFXS-F 3FE 64991 BB 1
in. rack
Horizontal shelf mount 3FE 67299 AA 2
kit

Optical fiber 3FE 61087 DB 1


management kit

Replacement parts Left and right horizontal 3FE 67312 AA 2


brackets
12-24 x 12.7 mm 1AD002300017 10
screws

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Note
(1) Only kit screws required for horizontal installation in 19 in. rack.

Table 85 identifies the orderable mounting parts required for 7360 ISAM WM
shelves.
Table 85 Rack mounting parts for 7360 ISAM WM

Rack size Rack mounting configuration Part Part number Quantity

7360 ISAM WM mounting


7360 ISAM WM Vertical mounting of the 7360 ISAM WM in a 23 in. FWMS-I 3FE 71568 AA 1
rack with one rack
shelf mounting kit 3FE 72570 AA 1

optical fiber 3FE 61087 GB 1


management kit
Drip tray 3FE 68295 AA 1

7.3 Shelves
This section lists the orderable variants of the 7360 ISAM FX shelf equipment; see
Table 86.

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Table 86 Orderable 7360 ISAM FX and 7360 ISAM WM shelves

Mnemonic Component Part number Description

NFXS-D 7360 ISAM FX-16 shelf, 48 V 3FE 65209 BA NFXS-D:


only, excluding intelligent fan unit • mounts vertically in a 23 in.rack
Includes required mounting • allows for two NT cards and one NTIO card to be mounted in
brackets and screws the middle slots of the card cage
• allows for flexible LT card mounting, meaning that several
types of cards can be housed in the LT slots
• supports 48 V nominal power input voltage levels (± 20%
tolerance)
• has a built-in GFC (PDBP)
• supports 1+1 NT redundancy

NFXS-E 7360 ISAM FX-8 shelf, 48 V only, 3FE 64936 BB NFXS-E:


including GFC, intelligent fan
unit, and fan filter.
• mounts horizontally in a 19 in. EIA standard rack, kit not
required. Order screws separately.
• mounts horizontally in a 23 in. rack, with mounting kit that
includes required mounting brackets and screws
• mounts vertically in a 19 in. EIA standard rack with vertical
mount kit that includes screws
• mounts vertically in a 19 in. seismic rack with vertical mount kit
that includes screws
• mounts vertically in a 23 in. rack with vertical mount kit that
includes screws
• provides housing for associated interface units, which are
plug-in units of 405 x 225 mm (15.94 in. x 8.86 in.)
• allows for two NT cards and one NTIO card to be mounted in
the lower slots of the card cage
• allows for flexible LT card mounting, meaning that several
types of cards can be housed in the LT slots
• holds a field-replaceable GFC
• holds a field-replaceable fan unit and a field-replaceable fan
filter
• supports 1+1 NT redundancy
NFXS-F 7360 ISAM FX-4 shelf, 48 V only, 3FE 64991 BB NFXS-F:
including GFC, intelligent fan
unit, and fan filter.
• mounts horizontally in a 19 in. EIA standard rack, kit not
required. Order screws separately.
• mounts horizontally in a 23 in. rack, with mounting kit that
includes required mounting brackets and screws
• mounts vertically in a 19 in. EIA standard rack
• mounts vertically in a 19 in. seismic rack
• mounts vertically in a 23 in. rack
• provides housing for associated interface units
• allows for two NT cards and one NTIO card to be mounted in
the lower slots of the card cage
• allows for flexible LT card mounting, meaning that several
types of cards can be housed in the LT slots
• holds a field-replaceable GFC
• holds a field-replaceable fan unit and a field-replaceable fan
filter
• supports 1+1 NT redundancy

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NFXS-G 7360 ISAM FX-12 shelf, including 3FE 69833 AA NFXS-G:
GFC, intelligent fan unit, and fan
filter.
• mounts vertically in a 19 in. seismic rack
• provides housing for associated interface units
• allows for two NT cards and one NTIO card to be mounted in
the center slots of the card cage
• allows for flexible LT card mounting, meaning that several
types of cards can be housed in the LT slots
• holds a field-replaceable GFC
• holds a field-replaceable fan unit and a field-replaceable fan
filter
• supports 1+1 NT redundancy

FWMS-I 7360 ISAM WM shelf 3FE 71568 AA FWMS-I:


• mounts vertically in a 23 in. rack
• provides housing for associated interface units
• allows for up to two power cards and one controller card to be
mounted in the middle slots of the card cage
• allows for up to twelve line cards to be mounted
• supports 1+1 NT redundancy

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7.4 Shelf mount kits


This section lists the orderable variants of the shelf mount kits available for
7360 ISAM FX shelves; see Table 87
Table 87 Shelf mount kits for 7360 ISAM FX and 7360 ISAM WM

Component Part number Description


7360 ISAM FX-16 heat and fiber baffle kit 3FE 68285 AA Protects equipment from heat, flame, and loose falling
particles. Also improves airflow patterns and guides fiber optic
cables at a proper bend radius.
Kit includes:
• top baffle
• intumescent panel
• top cross bracket, front and rear skirt assembly
• shelf horizontal mount bracket
• fiber management bracket
• required screws

7360 ISAM FX-12 heat and fiber baffle kit 3FE 71272 AA Protects equipment from heat, flame, and loose falling
particles. Also improves airflow patterns and guides fiber optic
cables at a proper bend radius.
Kit includes:
• upper baffle assembly
• intumescent panel
• bottom baffle
• required screws

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7360 ISAM FX-8 horizontal mount kit 3FE 67300 AA Provides the shelf mounting brackets, if required, and the
screws to install in a rack.

7360 ISAM FX-8 vertical mount kit 3FE 67300 BA Protects equipment from heat, flame, or loose falling particles,
improves air-flow patterns, and guides fiber optic cables at a
proper bend radius.
Kit includes:
• top baffle
• intumescent panel
• top cross bracket, front and rear skirt assembly
• shelf horizontal mount bracket and air-intake baffle/drip
tray assembly
• 23 in. rack mount bracket
• required screws
7360 ISAM FX-4 horizontal mount kit 3FE 67299 AA Provides the shelf mounting brackets, if required, and the
screws to install in a rack.

7360 ISAM FX-4 vertical mount kit 3FE 67299 BA Protects equipment from heat, flame, or loose falling particles,
improves air-flow patterns, and guides fiber optic cables at a
proper bend radius.
Kit includes:
• top baffle
• intumescent panel
• top cross bracket, front and rear skirt assembly
• shelf horizontal mount bracket and air-intake baffle/drip
tray assembly
• 23 in. rack mount bracket
• required screws

7360 ISAM WM mounting kit 3FE 72570 AA Provides the 23 in. shelf mounting brackets, and the screws to
install in a rack.

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7.5 GFCs
This section lists the orderable variants of the GFCs used in the 7360 ISAM FX
shelves; see Table 88.
Note — The 7360 ISAM FX-16 shelf has a built-in GFC that is
not field-replaceable, and that therefore cannot be ordered as
a separate component.

Table 88 Orderable GFCs

Component Mnemonic Part number Description

GFC for the 7360 ISAM FX-8 NGFC-H 3FE 65675 AA NGFC-H is the power interface part of the 7360 ISAM FX-8 shelf
shelf and acts as the interface for inter-rack routing of alarms toward the
NT card, for user-defined alarms, as well as for the power-related
alarms of the shelf.

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GFC for the 7360 ISAM FX-4 NGFC-G 3FE 65676 AA NGFC-G is the power interface part of the 7360 ISAM FX-4 shelf
shelf and acts as the interface for inter-rack routing of alarms toward the
NT card, for user-defined alarms, as well as for the power-related
alarms of the shelf.

GFC for the 7360 ISAM FX-12 NGFC-I 3FE 69812 AA NGFC-I is the power interface part of the 7360 ISAM FX-12 shelf
shelf and acts as the interface for inter-rack routing of alarms toward the
NT card, for user-defined alarms, as well as for the power-related
alarms of the shelf.

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7.6 Fan units and fan filters


This section describes the orderable variants of the fan units and fan filters for the
7360 ISAM FX shelves; see Table 89.

Note — When installed in a shelf, a fan filter should be changed


at least every 3 months depending on conditions.

Table 89 Orderable fan units and filters

Component Mnemonic Part number Description

Fan filter for the — 3FE 64928 DA/DA —


7360 ISAM FX-8

Fan filter for the — 3FE 64928 EA/EA —


7360 ISAM FX-4

Intelligent fan for the BFAN-H 3FE 66546 AA BFAN-H intelligent fan provides forced air cooling in a
7360 ISAM FX-16 shelf 7360 ISAM FX-16 shelf, and has the following features:
• supports fan failure monitoring
• contains eight, temperature controlled, variable-speed fans
with two modes
• equipped with a control card for bi-directional communication
with the NT card to define the fan rotation speed mode
• supports nominal voltages: −48 V dc
• secured to the shelf by screws
• field-replaceable and can be hot-inserted
• connected to the shelf backplane via two 15-pin male D-SUB
miniature connectors.
• equipped with fan filter for use in CO environment. This fan
filter must be removed when the shelf is used in closed
(cabinet-like) environments where such a filter is not
applicable and where higher ambient temperatures (higher
than 45°C) are expected.

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Intelligent fan for the 7360 BFAN-I 3FE 69909 AA BFAN-I intelligent fan provides forced air cooling in a 7360 ISAM
ISAM FX-12 shelf FX-12 shelf, and has the following features:
• supports fan failure monitoring
• contains eight wide-voltage range, temperature controlled,
variable speed fans with two modes
• is equipped with a control card for bi-directional
communication with the NT card to define the fan rotation
speed mode
• mounts in the 7360 ISAM FX-12 shelf fan area behind the fan
unit cover
• supports nominal voltages: −48 V dc / −60 V dc
• contains a fan unit control card, which generates a common
fan alarm toward the NT cards (using the GFC) in case of fan
failure and lights the fan alarm LED.
• secured to the 7360 ISAM FX-12 shelf with a screw
• field-replaceable and can be hot-inserted
• provides the space and guiding for a field-replaceable fan filter
• equipped with fan filter for use in CO environment. This fan
filter must be removed when the shelf is used in closed
(cabinet-like) environments where such a filter is not
applicable and where higher ambient temperatures (higher
than 45°C) are expected.
Intelligent fan for the BFAN-E 3FE 66545 AA BFAN-E intelligent fan provides forced air cooling in a
7360 ISAM FX-8 shelf 7360 ISAM FX-8 shelf, and has the following features:
vertical mount installation • supports fan failure monitoring
• contains six wide-voltage range, temperature controlled,
variable speed fans with two modes
• equipped with a control card for bi-directional communication
with the NT card to define the fan rotation speed mode
• mounts in the 7360 ISAM FX-8 shelf fan area behind the fan
unit cover
• supports nominal voltages: −48 V dc / −60 V dc
• contains a fan unit control card, which generates a common
fan alarm toward the NT cards (using the GFC) in case of fan
failure and lights the fan alarm LED.
• secured to the 7360 ISAM FX-8 shelf with a screw
• field-replaceable and can be hot-inserted
• provides the space and guiding for a field-replaceable fan filter
• if the fan unit is equipped with fan filter, the fan unit is only
suitable for a CO environment

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Intelligent fan for the BFAN-X 3FE 66544 AA BFAN-X intelligent fan provides forced air cooling in a
7360 ISAM FX-4 shelf 7360 ISAM FX-4 shelf, and has the following features:
• supports fan failure monitoring
• contains four wide voltage range, temperature controlled,
variable speed fans with two modes
• equipped with a control card for bi-directional communication
with the NT card to define the fan rotation speed mode
• mounts in the 7360 ISAM FX-4 shelf fan area behind the fan
unit cover
• supports nominal voltages:−48 V dc / −60 V dc
• contains a fan unit control card, which generates a common
fan alarm toward the NT cards (using the GFC) in case of fan
failure and lights the fan alarm LED
• secured to the 7360 ISAM FX-4 shelf with a screw
• field-replaceable and can be hot-inserted
• provides the space and guiding for a field-replaceable fan filter
• if the fan unit is equipped with fan filter, the fan unit is only
suitable for a CO environment

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7.7 NT cards and dummy front panel


This section describes the orderable variants of the NT card sand dummy front panel
for the NT unit of 7360 ISAM FX shelves; see Table 90.
Table 90 Orderable NT card and NT dummy front panel

Component Mnemonic Part number Description


480 Gb/s NT with ANSI T1 BITS, FANT-F 3FE 53701 BD FANT-F card provides optical and electrical connections for
SyncE, and IEEE1588 for Ethernet or Gigabit Ethernet network connectivity to a
high-density/high-bandwidth high-bandwidth IP services network.
applications, without SFPs (ANSI
variant)

1.2 TBps NT with ANSI T1 BITS, FANT-G 3FE 71256 BA FANT-G card provides optical and electrical connections for
SyncE, and IEEE1588 for Ethernet or Gigabit Ethernet network connectivity to a
high-density/high-bandwidth high-bandwidth IP services network.
applications, without SFPs (ANSI
variant)

NT dummy front panel — 3FE 65651 AA Dummy front panel for the NT card must be used when the
second NT card is not used in the shelf. The same dummy
front panel can be used for all FX shelves including
7360 ISAM FX-16, 7360 ISAM FX-12, 7360 ISAM FX-8, and
7360 ISAM FX-4.

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7.8 NTIO card and dummy front panel


This section describes the orderable variant of the NTIO card and the NTIO dummy
front panel for the 7360 ISAM FX shelves; see Table 91.
Note — A dummy front panel must be installed in the NTIO slot
on the shelf.

Table 91 Orderable NTIO card and dummy front panel

Component Mnemonic Part number Description

NTIO card FNIO-A 3FE 65586 FNIO-A is an NTIO applique which interfaces with
BA the NT board. It provides additional GE interfaces to
the FX shelf.

NTIO dummy front — 3FE 65651 The same NTIO dummy front panel can be used for
panel BA all FX shelves including 7360 ISAM FX-16, 7360
ISAM FX-12, 7360 ISAM FX-8, and
7360 ISAM FX-4.

7.9 LT cards, VPS cards, and LT dummy front


panels
This section describes the orderable variants of the LT cards, VPS cards, and LT
dummy front panels for the 7360 ISAM FX shelves; see Table 92.
Table 92 Orderable LT cards and LT dummy front panels

Component Mnemonic Part number Description


16-port GPON LT card with FGLT-A 3FE 66721 AB FGLT-A is an GPON LT card that can be installed in a
enhanced (downstream) traffic 7360 ISAM FX shelf. The FGLT-A provides termination of sixteen
management capabilities GPON ports (2.488 Gb/s downstream and 1.244 Gb/s upstream).
SFP GPON optical modules can be plugged into the FGLT-A card.

16-port GPON LT card with FGLT-B 3FE 68954 AB FGLT-B is an GPON LT card that can be installed in a
enhanced (downstream) traffic 7360 ISAM FX shelf. The FGLT-B provides termination of sixteen
management capabilities GPON ports (2.488 Gb/s downstream and 1.244 Gb/s upstream).
SFP GPON optical modules can be plugged into the FGLT-B card.

8-port EPON LT card with FPLT-A 3FE 53711 AA FPLT-A is an EPON LT card that can be installed in a
support for OTDR embedded 7360 ISAM FX shelf. The FPLT-A provides termination of eight
functionality EPON ports (1.25 Gb/s downstream and 1.25 Gb/s upstream).
SFP EPON optical modules can be plugged into the FPLT-A card.

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10G EPON LT card FPXT-B 3FE 68788 AA FPXT-B is an EPON LT card with C-temp that can be installed in
a 7360 ISAM FX shelf. The FPXT-B provides:
• 1260-1360 nm voice/data burst transmit in the 1 Gb/s
upstream
• 1480-1500 nm voice/data continuous receive in the 1 Gb/s
downstream
• 1260-1280 nm voice/data burst transmit in the 10 Gb/s
upstream
• 1577 nm voice/data continuous receive in the 10 Gb/s
downstream

10G EPON LT card FPXT-B 3FE 68788 AB FPXT-B is an EPON LT card with I-temp that can be installed in a
7360 ISAM FX shelf. The FPXT-B provides:
• 1260-1360 nm voice/data burst transmit in the 1 Gb/s
upstream
• 1480-1500 nm voice/data continuous receive in the 1 Gb/s
downstream
• 1260-1280 nm voice/data burst transmit in the 10 Gb/s
upstream
• 1577 nm voice/data continuous receive in the 10 Gb/s
downstream

4p NG-PON2 TWDM LT card FWLT-A 3FE 56399 AB FWLT-A is a 4 ports NG-PON2 TWDM LT card with Traffic
Manager (TM) - version A.

48L VDSL2 LT/Splitter with NDLS-E 3FE 65728 AB(2) NDLS-E is a VDLS2 LT over POTS Combined LT/Splitter unit with
SLV SLV functionality that can be installed in a 7360 shelf. The
NDLS-E provides termination of forty-eight ADSL, ADSL2plus,
ADSL2 or VDSL2 lines and supports System Level Vectoring in
upstream and downstream direction. The NDLS-E supports
downstream forwarding rates of mixed unicast and multicast traffic
of up to 2.5 Gbps.

48L VDSL2 LT/Splitter with NDLS-E 3FE 65728 AC NDLS-E is a VDLS2 LT over POTS Combined LT/Splitter unit with
SLV SLV functionality that can be installed in a 7360 shelf. The
NDLS-E provides termination of forty-eight ADSL, ADSL2plus,
ADSL2 or VDSL2 lines and supports System Level Vectoring in
upstream and downstream direction. The NDLS-E supports
downstream forwarding rates of mixed unicast and multicast traffic
of up to 2.5 Gbps.

48L VDSL2 LT/Splitter with NDLS-E 3FE 65728 BA(2) NDLS-E is a VDLS2 LT over POTS Combined LT/Splitter unit with
SLV SLV functionality that can be installed in a 7360 shelf. The
NDLS-E provides termination of forty-eight ADSL, ADSL2plus,
ADSL2 or VDSL2 lines and supports System Level Vectoring in
upstream and downstream direction. The NDLS-E supports
downstream forwarding rates of mixed unicast and multicast traffic
of up to 2.5 Gbps.

Multi-DSL integrated splitter NDLS-F 3FE 67645 AA(3) NDLS-F is a multi-DSL integrated splitter LT card that can be
over POTS LT card with Board installed in a 7360 ISAM FX shelf. Multi-mode services and BLV
Level Vectoring (BLV) capabilities. The NDLS-F provides termination of forty-eight
ADSL, ADSL2plus, ADSL2 or VDSL2 ports and supports
downstream forwarding rates of mixed and multicast traffic of up
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Multi-DSL integrated splitter NDLS-F 3FE 67645 AB NDLS-F is a multi-DSL integrated splitter LT card that can be
over POTS LT card with Board installed in a 7360 ISAM FX shelf. Multi-mode services and BLV
Level Vectoring (BLV) capabilities. The NDLS-F provides termination of forty-eight
ADSL, ADSL2plus, ADSL2 or VDSL2 ports and supports
downstream forwarding rates of mixed and multicast traffic of up
to 2.5 Gb/s.

P2P GE/FE Ethernet LT card NELT-B 3FE 62543 AA NELT-B is an FE/GE LT card that has up to 36 FE/GE optical ports
(36 lines), excluding SFPs for Ethernet access.

GE/FE very fast Ethernet LT FELT-B 3FE 69486 AA FELT-B is a very fast Ethernet LT card with up to 36 FE/GE,
card (36 lines) 18 FE/GE/2.5GE, or 16 10GE optical ports for Ethernet access.

8-port GPON LT card with NGLT-A 3FE 64279 AA NGLT-A is a GPON LT card that can be installed in a
enhanced (downstream) traffic 7360 ISAM FX shelf. The NGLT-A provides termination of eight
management capabilities GPON ports (2.488 Gb/s downstream and 1.244 Gb/s upstream).
SFP GPON optical modules can be plugged into the NGLT-A
card.

8-port GPON LT card with NGLT-C 3FE 67301 AA NGLT-C is a GPON LT card that can be installed in a
enhanced (downstream) traffic 7360 ISAM FX shelf. The NGLT-C provides termination of eight
management capabilities GPON ports (2.488 Gb/s downstream and 1.244 Gb/s upstream).
SFP GPON optical modules can be plugged into the NGLT-C
card.

48-port POTS only LT card NPOT-C 3FE 65455 BA NPOT-C is a 48-port POTS only LT card that can be installed in a
7360 ISAM FX shelf. The NPOT-C card may be used in
conjunction with NDLS-F LT card and provides termination of
forty-eight POTS ports supporting SIP voice solutions.

Vector Processing Server NDPS-B 3FE 67437 AA(1) The NDPS-B is a Vector Processing Server that supports up to
eight 48-port VDSL2 System Level Vectoring (SLV)-capable Line
Termination (LT) boards for a vectoring group capacity of up to
384 VDSL2 lines. The NDPS-B supports a 384 x 192 vectoring
matrix.

Vector Processing Server NDPS-B 3FE 67437 AB The NDPS-B is a Vector Processing Server that supports up to
eight 48-port VDSL2 System Level Vectoring (SLV)-capable Line
Termination (LT) boards for a vectoring group capacity of up to
384 VDSL2 lines. The NDPS-B supports a 384 x 192 vectoring
matrix.

Voice Package Server NVPS-C 3FE 68135 AA The NVPS-C is a Megaco gateway server card that supports up to
5K terminations with NPOT-C.

LT dummy front panels — 3FE 65005 AA A LT dummy front panel must be installed in any unused LT slot.
This variant is equipped with pre-cabling for eight fiber SC
connectors

3FE 65651 BA A LT dummy front panel must be installed in any unused LT slot.
This alternative variant is equipped without pre-cabling.

3FE 61074 BB A LT dummy front panel must be installed in any unused LT slot.
This alternative variant is equipped with cable management for
DSL/POTS cable connectors.

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Note
(1) The NDPS-B AA variant (3FE 67437 AA) is being replaced with the functionally equivalent NDPS-B AB variant. Please refer to the relevant
Customer Release Note for more information.
(2) The NDLS-E AB (3FE 65728 AB) and NDLS-E BA (3FE 65728 BA) variants are being replaced with the functionally equivalent NDLS-E AC
variant. Please refer to the relevant Customer Release Note for more information.
(3) The NDLS-F AA variant (3FE 67645 AA) is being replaced with the functionally equivalent NDLS-F AB variant. Please refer to the relevant
Customer Release Note for more information.

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7.10 7360 ISAM WM line card and dummy front


panels
This section describes the orderable variant of the 7360 ISAM WM line card, and the
dummy front panels for line card slots in 7360 ISAM WM shelves; see Table 93.

Note — A dummy front panel must be installed in any slot that


does not contain a line card.

Table 93 Orderable line card and dummy front panels for line card slots

Component Mnemonic Part number Description


Line card FWLC-A 3FE 45015 7360 ISAM WM line card.
AA

Dummy front panels — 3FE 72169 Universal dummy front panel for 7360 ISAM WM line
for line card slots AA card slots.

3FE 72168 Universal dummy front panel for 7360 ISAM WM line
AA card slots. This variant is equipped with pre-cabling.

7.11 7360 ISAM WM power card and dummy front


panel
This section describes the orderable variant of the 7360 ISAM WM power card, and
the dummy front panel for power card slots in 7360 ISAM WM shelves; see Table 94.
Note — A dummy front panel must be installed in the second
7360 ISAM WM power card slot, if only one power card is to be
used.

Table 94 Orderable power card and dummy front panel for power card
slots

Component Mnemonic Part number Description

Power card FWPC-A 3FE 45026 7360 ISAM WM power card.


AA

Dummy front panel for — 3FE 72657 Universal dummy front panel for 7360 ISAM WM
power card slots AA power card slots.

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7.12 7360 ISAM WM controller card


This section describes the orderable variant of the 7360 ISAM WM controller card;
see Table 95.
Table 95 Orderable controller card

Component Mnemonic Part number Description

Controller card FWCC-A 3FE 45022 7360 ISAM WM controller card.


AA

7.13 Optical modules


See Table 96 for a complete list of orderable variants of Nokia approved SFP and
XFP modules for use with 7360 ISAM FX shelves. See Table 72 for a complete list
of supported optical modules, with support per card indicated by a check mark in the
relevant columns. See the ISAM SFP/SFP+/XFP Modules Unit Data Sheet for
detailed information on supported optical modules.
Table 96 Orderable optical modules

Item Part number Description

Fast Ethernet SFPs


FE-FX 3FE 25777 AA 100 Mb/s optical Ethernet
100Base-FX

FE-LX10 3FE 25778 AA 100 Mb/s optical Ethernet


100Base-LX

FE BX10-D 3FE 29194 AA 100 Mb/s optical Ethernet


100Base-BX-D
100Base-T 3FE 63343 AA 10 Mb/s and 100 Mb/s electrical
Ethernet 100Base-T

Copper SFPs

1000Base-T 3FE 64927 AA 10 Mb/s, 100 Mb/s, and 1 Gb/s


electrical Ethernet 1000Base-T

Gigabit Ethernet SFPs

GE-SX 3FE 25773 AA 1 Gb/s Ethernet 1000Base-SX

GE-LX 3FE 25774 AA 1 Gb/s optical Ethernet


1000Base-LX

GE-EX 3FE 25775 AA 1 Gb/s optical Ethernet


1000Base-EX

GE-ZX 3FE 25776 AA 1 Gb/s optical Ethernet


1000Base-ZX

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GE-YX CWDM 3FE 25771 AA 1 Gb/s optical Ethernet
1000Base-YX CWDM

3FE 25771 AB 1 Gb/s optical Ethernet


1000Base-YX CWDM

3FE 25771 AC 1 Gb/s optical Ethernet


1000Base-YX CWDM

3FE 25771 AD 1 Gb/s optical Ethernet


1000Base-YX CWDM

3FE 25771 AE 1 Gb/s optical Ethernet


1000Base-YX CWDM

3FE 25771 AF 1 Gb/s optical Ethernet


1000Base-YX CWDM

3FE 25771 AG 1 Gb/s optical Ethernet


1000Base-YX CWDM

3FE 25771 AH 1 Gb/s optical Ethernet


1000Base-YX CWDM

GE-VX CWDM 3FE 29549 CA 1 Gb/s optical Ethernet


1000Base-VX CWDM

3FE 29550 CA 1 Gb/s optical Ethernet


1000Base-VX CWDM
3FE 29551 CA 1 Gb/s optical Ethernet
1000Base-VX CWDM

3FE 29552 CA 1 Gb/s optical Ethernet


1000Base-VX CWDM

3FE 29553 CA 1 Gb/s optical Ethernet


1000Base-VX CWDM
3FE 29554 CA 1 Gb/s optical Ethernet
1000Base-VX CWDM

3FE 29555 CA 1 Gb/s optical Ethernet


1000Base-VX CWDM

3FE 64870 AA 1 Gb/s optical Ethernet


1000Base-VX CWDM
GE-BX10-U 3FE 25772 AA 1 Gb/s optical Ethernet
1000Base-BX10-U

GE-BX10-D 3FE 25772 AB 1 Gb/s optical Ethernet


1000Base-BX10-D

GE-BX40-U 3FE 28785 AA 1 Gb/s optical Ethernet


1000Base-BX40-U

GE-BX40-D 3FE 28785 AB 1 Gb/s optical Ethernet


1000Base-BX40-D

10G CWDM SFP+s

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10 GE 10GBase-ZR CWDM 3FE 68890 AA 10 Gb/s optical Ethernet
10GBase-ZR CWDM
3FE 68890 AB

3FE 68890 AC
3FE 68890 AD

3FE 68890 AE

3FE 68890 AF

3FE 68890 AG

3FE 68890 AH

SFP+s

10 GE-R 3FE 62600 AA 10 Gb/s optical Ethernet


10GBase-LR (I-temp)

10 GE-R 3FE 62600 DA 10 Gb/s optical Ethernet


10GBase-LR (C-temp)

10 GE-R 3FE 63264 AA 10 Gb/s optical Ethernet


10GBase-SR

10 GE-R 3FE 65831 AA 10 Gb/s optical Ethernet


10GBase-ER

10 GE-R 3FE 65832 AA 10 Gb/s optical Ethernet


10GBase-ZR

10 GE-BX 3FE 55744 AA 10 G-BX40-D

10 GE-BX 3FE 55743 AA 10 G-BX40U

E1 SFP

2 × E1 SFP 3FE 67231 AA E1/T1 TDM Pseudowire SFP

Dual SFPs
GE-BX10-D 3FE 65106 AA 1 Gb/s Ethernet 1000Base-BX-D

FE-BX10-D 3FE 65107 AA 100 Mb/s Ethernet 100Base-BX-D

FE-BX10-D 3FE 66131 AA (1) 100 Mb/s / 1 Gb/s Ethernet 1000


GE-BX10-D Base-BX-D (dual rate)

FE-BX20-D 3FE 69491 AA 100/1000 Base-BX20-D


GE-BX20-D

EPON SFPs

EPON PX20+ 3FE 53606 AA 100 Mb/s / 1 Gb/s optical Ethernet


100/1000Base-BX-D (compact, dual
rate)

EPON PX20+ SFP ONU (2) 3FE 65373 DA EPON SFP ONT (O-E010S-P) with
embedded ONT functionality and
CWDM filter

2G EPON XFPs

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EPON OLT XFP (asymmetric) 3FE 53606 BC 2 Gb/s EPON OLT XFP
(asymmetric: DS 2 Gb/s; US 1 Gb/s)
(I-temp)

10G EPON XFPs

EPON PR30 XFP (asymmetric) 3FE 66606 AC 10 Gb/s EPON XFP PRX30
(asymmetric: DS 10 Gb/s, 1 Gb/s;
US 1Gb/s) (C-temp)

EPON PRX30 XFP (symmetric)(3) 3FE 66606 AD 10 Gb/s EPON XFP PR30
(symmetric: DS & US 10 Gb/s, 1
Gb/s) (C-temp)

EPON PR30 XFP (asymmetric) 3FE 66606 BC 10 Gb/s EPON XFP PRX30
(asymmetric: DS 10 Gb/s, 1 Gb/s;
US 1Gb/s) (I-temp)

EPON PRX30 XFP (symmetric) 3FE 66606 BD 10 Gb/s EPON XFP PR30
(symmetric: DS & US 10 Gb/s, 1
Gb/s) (I-temp)
GPON SFPs

GPON SFP B+ 3FE 53441 AA GPON OLT optical module class B+


(C-temp)

GPON SFP B+ 3FE 53441 AC GPON OLT optical module class B+


(I-temp)

GPON SFP C+ 3FE 53441 BA GPON OLT optical module class C+


(C-temp)

GPON SFP C+ 3FE 53441 BC GPON OLT optical module class C+


(I-temp)

GPON SFP B+ with OTDR 3FE 53441 CC GPON OLT optical module class B+
(I-temp), with embedded OTDR

GPON SFP C+ with OTDR 3FE 53441 DA GPON OLT optical module class C+
(C-temp), with embedded OTDR
GPON SFP B+ with alternative wavelength 3FE 53441 EA GPON OLT optical module class B+
(I-temp), with alternative wavelength

Universal TWDM optics

Symmetrical TWDM XFP 3FE 45228 AA 10/2.5G symmetrical TWDM XFP

Symmetrical TWDM XFP 3FE 45228 BA 10/2.5G symmetrical TWDM XFP

Symmetrical TWDM XFP 3FE 45228 CA 10/2.5G symmetrical TWDM XFP

Symmetrical TWDM XFP 3FE 45228 DA 10/2.5G symmetrical TWDM XFP

Fixed wavelength XFP 3FE 53971 AA 10/2.5G fixed wavelength XFP

Fixed wavelength XFP 3FE 53971 BA 10/2.5G fixed wavelength XFP

Symmetrical TWDM XFP 3FE 56269 AA 10/10G symmetrical TWDM XFP

Symmetrical TWDM XFP 3FE 56269 BA 10/10G symmetrical TWDM XFP

Symmetrical TWDM XFP 3FE 56269 CA 10/10G symmetrical TWDM XFP

Symmetrical TWDM XFP 3FE 56269 DA 10/10G symmetrical TWDM XFP

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Symmetrical TWDM XFP 3FE 66606 CD XGS (PR30) XFP

CFP4 optics

100 G Base-LR4 3FE 71782 AA 100 Gbps Ethernet 100GBase-LR4


(C-temp)

Other

TM1 SFP 3FE 66247 AA STM-1/OC3 Ethernet Bridging


optical module

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(1) This is a dual-rate compact SFP.
(2) The EPON SFP ONU is deployed in demarcation equipment. See your Nokia representative for more
information.
(3) Can be used for a fixed-wavelength deployment (Universal TWDM).

7.14 Optical fiber management kits


This section describes the orderable variant of the optical fiber management kits for
the 7360 ISAM FX shelves; see Table 97.

Note — 7360 ISAM FX-4 and 7360 ISAM FX-8 fiber


management kits are not yet available.

Table 97 Orderable optical fiber management kits

Component Mnemonic Part number


Fiber guide kit for 7360 ISAM FX-16 FX-16 fiber management kit 3FE 61087 FA

Fiber guide kit for 7360 ISAM FX-12 FX-12 fiber management kit 3FE 61087 GB

Fiber guide kit for 7360 ISAM FX-8 FX-8 fiber management kit 3FE 61087 EB

Fiber guide kit for 7360 ISAM FX-4 FX-4 fiber management kit 3FE 61087 DB

Fiber guide kit for 7360 ISAM WM WM fiber management kit 3FE 61087 GB

7.15 Fiber caps


Table 98 provides the ordering information for fiber caps.

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Table 98 Orderable fiber caps

Component Mnemonic Part number Description

Fiber caps for 7360 ISAM FX-16 Fiber caps 3MV 00516 AA Fiber caps are
available for
capping fiber
optical cables
that have
SC/UPC
connectors to
GPON LT cards.
Orderable as a
set of 100 fiber
caps.

Fiber caps for 7360 ISAM FX-12 Fiber caps Fiber caps Fiber caps are
available for
capping fiber
optical cables
that have
SC/UPC
connectors to
GPON LT cards.
Orderable as a
set of 100 fiber
caps.
Fiber caps for 7360 ISAM FX-8 Fiber caps Fiber caps Fiber caps are
available for
capping fiber
optical cables
that have
SC/UPC
connectors to
GPON LT cards.
Orderable as a
set of 100 fiber
caps.

Fiber caps for 7360 ISAM FX-4 Fiber caps 3MV 00516 AA Fiber caps are
available for
capping fiber
optical cables
that have
SC/UPC
connectors to
GPON LT cards.
Orderable as a
set of 100 fiber
caps.

7.16 Cables
This section describes the orderable cables required for the 7360 ISAM FX
equipment installation. See your Nokia sales representative for details about the
required cables.

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7.16.1 Lugs and lug tool


Nokia recommends the following crimp lugs and crimp lug tool:
• Input power lug: 2 AWG, 90C, Burndy YAZ2C-2TC14 or equivalent
• 2 AWG 1/4 - 5/8 dual-hole copper lug long barrel peep, uses Burndy Die Code 10.
See Burndy catalog for additional tool options.
• Input power lug: 2 AWG, 90C, Thomas and Betts 54855BEPH or equivalent
• 2 AWG 1/4 - 5/8 dual-hole copper lug long barrel peep, uses Thomas and Betts
Die Code 33. See Thomas and Betts catalog for additional tool options.
• 7360 ISAM FX-16 shelf ground lug options:
• 4 AWG, Panduit: LCC4-14DW -L, Burndy: YA2CL-2TC14E1
• 2 AWG, Panduit: LCC2-14DW-Q, Burndy: YA2CL-2TC14E1

7.16.2 CO external alarm cables


Table 99 describes the CO external alarm cables that are orderable showing cable
support per shelf type using a checkmark.
Table 99 Orderable CO external alarm cables

Item Part number 7360 ISAM FX 7360 ISAM 7360 ISAM FX 7360 ISAM FX
-16 FX-12 -8 -4

50-pin micro 3FE 68290 AB ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓


DSUB
connector,
angled head

50-pin micro 3FE 72531 AA — — — ✓


DSUB
connector

7.16.3 Power cables


Table 100 describes the orderable power cables, showing cable support per shelf
type using a checkmark.
Table 100 Orderable power cables

Item Part number 7360 ISAM FX 7360 ISAM 7360 ISAM FX 7360 ISAM FX
-16 FX-12 -8 -4

3-pin DSUB 3FE 72530 AA — — — ✓


connector

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7.16.4 xDSL and POTS line MDF cable


Table 101 describes the xDSL and POTS line MDF connector cable that is orderable
showing cable support per shelf type using a checkmark.
Table 101 Orderable xDSL/POTS line MDF connector cable

Item Part number 7360 ISAM F 7360 ISAM 7360 ISAM 7360 ISAM F
X-16 FX-12 FX-8 X-4

3 m (10 ft) Champ100 MDF cable 3FE 71712 AA ✓ ✓ ✓

15 m (50 ft) Champ100 MDF cable 3FE 71712 BA ✓ ✓ ✓


30 m (100 ft) Champ100 MDF cable 3FE 71712 CA ✓ ✓ ✓

40 m (131 ft) Champ100 MDF cable 3FE 71712 AF ✓ ✓ ✓

50 m (164 ft) Champ100 MDF cable 3FE 71712 AD ✓ ✓ ✓

75 m (246 ft) Champ100 MDF cable 3FE 71712 AG ✓ ✓ ✓

100 m (328 ft) Champ100 MDF cable 3FE 71712 AE ✓ ✓ ✓

0.5 m (1.64 ft) Champ100 MDF combo 3FE 72919 AA ✓ ✓ ✓


cable, with two connectors (connects
DSL to POTS cards)

3 m (10 ft) Champ100 MDF HS+ cable 3FE 73071 AA ✓ ✓ ✓


(2x25 pair pre-connectorized MDF HS+)

4.5 m (15 ft) Champ100 MDF HS+ cable 3FE 73071 BA ✓ ✓ ✓


(2x25 pair pre-connectorized MDF HS+)

8 m (25 ft) Champ100 MDF HS+ cable 3FE 73071 CA ✓ ✓ ✓


(2x25 pair pre-connectorized MDF HS+)

11 m (35 ft) Champ100 MDF HS+ cable 3FE 73071 DA ✓ ✓ ✓


(2x25 pair pre-connectorized MDF HS+)
15 m (50 ft) Champ100 MDF HS+ cable 3FE 73071 EA ✓ ✓ ✓
(2x25 pair pre-connectorized MDF HS+)

20 m (65 ft) Champ100 MDF HS+ cable 3FE 73071 FA ✓ ✓ ✓


(2x25 pair pre-connectorized MDF HS+)

23 m (75 ft) Champ100 MDF HS+ cable 3FE 73071 GA ✓ ✓ ✓


(2x25 pair pre-connectorized MDF HS+)

30 m (100 ft) Champ100 MDF HS+ cable 3FE 73071 HA ✓ ✓ ✓


(2x25 pair pre-connectorized MDF HS+)

45 m (150 ft) Champ100 MDF HS+ cable 3FE 73071 JA ✓ ✓ ✓


(2x25 pair pre-connectorized MDF HS+)

60 m (200 ft) Champ100 MDF HS+ cable 3FE 73071 KA ✓ ✓ ✓


(2x25 pair pre-connectorized MDF HS+)

125ft Champ100 MDF HS+ cable (2*25 3FE73071LAAA ✓ ✓ ✓


pair pre-connectorized MDF HS+ Block)

175ft Champ100 MDF HS+ cable (2*25 3FE73071MAAA ✓ ✓ ✓


pair pre-connectorized MDF HS+ Block)

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7.16.5 QSFP+ cable


Table 102 describes the QSFP+ cable that is orderable showing cable support per
shelf type using a checkmark.
Note — The QSFP+ cable connects the vector processing
board to an LT card. The length of the cable impacts how far
apart these components can be arranged in the system.

Table 102 Orderable QSFP+ cables

Item Part number 7360 ISAM FX 7360 ISAM 7360 ISAM FX 7360 ISAM FX
-16 FX-12 -8 -4

1m QSFP+ 3FE 68462 AA ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓


cable

7.16.6 Debug cable


Table 103 describes the debug cable that is orderable showing cable support per
shelf type using a checkmark.
Table 103 Orderable debug cables

Item Part number 7360 ISAM FX 7360 ISAM 7360 ISAM FX 7360 ISAM FX
-16 FX-12 -8 -4

6 ft debug cable 1AB441900001 ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓


(CA DB9-M to
DB9-F null
modem)

7.17 Video coupler equipment


This section identifies the 7360 ISAM FX V-OLT and video coupler equipment,
ordering, and installation considerations for use with GPON deployments; see
Table 104.
Table 104 Orderable video coupler equipment

Item Part number Description

Video coupler rack IAD 01412 0044 Standard 23-in. rack. The rack supports a maximum of 9 VCSL shelves and 3 fiber
storage trays.

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Item Part number Description


Video coupler shelf (LGX), 3EM 11047 AA Supports a maximum of 12 video coupler WDM cassettes (VCW2). The shelf also
version A (VCSL-A) provides fiber management from the connectors to the raceways.

Video coupler WDM cassettes, 3EM 11046 AC Each VCW2 contains two WDM units. Each WDM supports one LT card. The
2 PON interfaces, version C supported wavelength is 1550 nm. There are six SC-type connectors on the front
(VCW2-C) of the VCW2, grouped in threes. Each group contains an input for the GLT2 PON,
V-OLT PON, and an output to the ONTs.
P-OLT connector: SC/UPC
PON connector: SC/APC
V-OLT connector: SC/APC

Fiber management raceway 3EM 11291 AA (top The raceway provides fiber management between the P-OLT and the video coupler
kits left kit) rack. The raceway is installed on the VCSL. There are six variants of the raceway,
3EM 11291 AB depending on its location on the VCSL shelf.
(middle left kit)
3EM 11291 AC
(bottom left kit)
3EM 11292 AA (top
right kit)
3EM 11292 AB
(middle right kit)
3EM 11292 AC
(bottom right kit)

Video coupler FSST 1AF 03143 AA The fiber management tray provides an area within the video coupler shelf to store
and manage extra fiber lengths. One shelf is needed for every three VCSLs.
Jumper cable from P-OLT to 3EM 11518 AA The jumper connects the P-OLT to the VCW2. The connection is SC/UPC to
VCW2 SC/UPC at 2 mm. The cable is 3 m long.

Jumper cable from V-OLT to — The jumper connects the V-OLT to the VCW2. The connection is SC/APC to
VCW2 SC/APC at 2 mm. The cable length depends on the location of the V-OLT in relation
to the VCW2. Nokia can provide the correct cable length for a specific application.
Contact Nokia customer support for more information.

Video coupler fiber rack for 1AD 04674 0001 This standard 2200 mm rack. Supports a maximum of 15 video coupler shelves.
WDM tray for 4 PONs
Video coupler shelf 1AD 04675 0001 This shelf supports a maximum of three pairs of WDM trays.

Video coupler WDM tray for 4 3EM 15711 AA This WDM tray is paired with a left and a right tray. Each pair of trays supports four
PONs (pair) PONs.
3EM 15711 AB (left
tray)
3EM 15711 AC
(right tray)

Video coupler WDM with 3EM 15711 AD This WDM tray is paired with a left and a right tray. Each pair of trays supports eight
splitters tray for 8 PONs (pair) PONs. This pair of tray integrates the splitters in the tray.
3EM 15711 AE (left
tray)
3EM 15711 AF
(right tray)

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7.17.1 Video coupler system maintenance spares


Tables 105 and 106 provide ordering information about the video coupler system
maintenance spares. Order at least one of each type of unit used.
Table 105 Video coupler maintenance spares

Item Part number

VCSL-A 3EM 11047 AA

VCW2-C 3EM 11046 AC

Video coupler fiber storage shelf 1AF 03143 AA

Jumper cable from P-OLT to VCW2 3EM 11518 AA

Jumper cable from V-OLT to VCW2 (1) —

Note
(1) The requirements for this cable depend on the location of the V-OLT relative to the VCW2. Nokia can provide
the correct cable for a specific requirement. Contact Nokia customer support for more information.

Table 106 Video coupler maintenance spares

Item Part number


Video coupler shelf for WDM tray for four PONs 1AD 04675 0001

Video coupler shelf for WDM tray for eight PONs 1AF 03073 0005

VCW4-A 3EM 15711 AA (pair)


3EM 15711 AB (left tray)
3EM 15711 AC (right tray)

VCW8-A 3EM 15711 AD (pair)


3EM 15711 AE (left tray)
3EM 15711 AF (right tray)

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Appendices
8 Mnemonics

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8 Mnemonics
8.1 Mnemonics overview

8.1 Mnemonics overview


Table 107 describes the 7360 ISAM FX equipment mnemonics.
Table 107 Equipment mnemonics

Mnemonic Description
BFAN-E 7360 ISAM FX-8 intelligent fan unit - version E

BFAN-H 7360 ISAM FX-16 intelligent fan unit - version H

BFAN-I 7360 ISAM FX-12 intelligent fan unit - version I

BFAN-X 7360 ISAM FX-4 intelligent fan unit - version X

FANT-F 7360 ISAM FX NT card - version F

FANT-G 7360 ISAM FX NT card - version G

FELT-B 7360 ISAM FX very fast Ethernet LT card - version B

FGLT-A 7360 ISAM FX GPON LT card - version A

FGLT-B 7360 ISAM FX GPON LT card - version B

FNIO-A 7360 ISAM FX 80G network termination I/O applique - version A

FPLT-A 7360 ISAM FX EPON LT card - version A

FPXT-B 7360 ISAM FX 10G EPON LT card - version B

FWLT-A 7360 ISAM FX 4 ports NG-PON2 TWDM LT card with Traffic Manager (TM) - version A.
FWCC-A 7360 ISAM WM controller card

FWLC-A 7360 ISAM WM line card

FWMS-I 7360 ISAM WM shelf


FWPC-A 7360 ISAM WM power card

NDLS-E 7360 ISAM 48L VDSL2 LT/Splitter with SLV - version E

NDLS-F 7360 ISAM FX Multi-DSL integrated splitter over POTS LT card with BLV- version F

NDPS-B 7360 ISAM vector processing server - version B

NELT-B 7360 ISAM FX 36-line FE/GE Ethernet LT card - version B

NGLT-A 7360 ISAM FX GPON LT card - version A

NGLT-C 7360 ISAM FX GPON LT card - version C

NFXS-D 7360 ISAM FX-16 shelf - version D

NFXS-E 7360 ISAM FX-8 shelf - version E

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Mnemonic Description
NFXS-F 7360 ISAM FX-4 shelf - version F

NFXS-G 7360 ISAM FX-12 shelf - version G

NGFC-G 7360 ISAM FX GFC - version G


NGFC-H 7360 ISAM FX GFC - version H

NGFC-I 7360 ISAM FX GFC - version I

NPOT-C 7360 ISAM FX 48 port POTS only LT card- version C

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