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DATA SHEET

Tellabs® 8660 Edge Switch


Fully managed IP/MPLS-based router with versatile multiprotocol support.

Overview
The Tellabs® 8600 Managed Edge System provides a complete
network solution composed of the Tellabs® 8660 Edge Switch, the
Tellabs® 8630 Access Switch, the Tellabs® 8620 Access Switch,
the Tellabs® 8606 Ethernet Aggregator, the Tellabs® 8607 Access
Switch, the Tellabs® 8605 Access Switch and an advanced network
management system for managing the entire network and all of its
connections and services.

The Tellabs 8660 switch is the most scalable element of the Tellabs
8600 system solution designed for the carrier-class environment,
having full element- and network-level redundancy functionality. It
delivers real-time voice and video, QoS-aware data and Best Effort
services offered through a wireless or wireline infrastructure.

Features and Benefits


The Tellabs 8660 switch has a hardware-based forwarding architec-
ture that enables high and predictable performance despite complex The Tellabs 8660 Edge Switch provides cost-efficient, multiple service delivery with
service requirements. The maximum bidirectional switching capacity QoS-awareness in mobile and fixed service networks.
of a fully equipped element is 42 Gbps.
The Tellabs 8660 switch has an extensive set of element- and
The architecture is based on a distributed switching design and a
system-level protection mechanisms. At the hardware level, the
fully passive backplane. This provides a cost efficient architecture
element supports a versatile set of carrier-class functions, such
with a low entry cost even for small configurations. The element can
as power and control card redundancy, distributed switching
be equipped with a maximum of two CDC cards and 12 Interface
architecture and stored configuration backups for all line cards.
Module Concentrators (IFC) that contain two interface modules
(IFM). The wide selection of interface modules can be used with a
Both 1+1 MSP/APS and LSP protection mechanisms provide
mixture of protocols, e.g., IP, MPLS, Ethernet, ATM, Frame Relay
fast connection protection for selected network links or customer
and TDM. Integrated Control and DC power Card (CDC) implements
connections. In addition, all cards are hot-swappable and
management, routing, signaling, timing and powering for the
configurations are automatically restored from the control card
network element.
after a line card replacement.
The Tellabs 8660 switch implements the latest QoS aware
The Tellabs 8660 switch provides various synchronization
bandwidth control, queuing, policing and shaping techniques, where
alternatives supporting timing over TDM or packet networks in
wire-speed operation is maintained even with all of the premium
different ways.
QoS features (ACL, classification, policing, marking, shaping)
turned on with multiple lookups. The element supports low latency
real-time services as well as data services with tunable performance Applications
characteristics. Both ATM- and DiffServ-based traffic management The main applications of the Tellabs 8660 switch are managed
models are supported. traffic aggregation in 2G and 3G mobile networks and native delivery
of Ethernet and IP VPN services.
In addition to scalable and predictable performance, the Tellabs
8660 switch contains the latest MPLS Traffic Engineering (TE) The position of the element is typically close to an RNC/BSC site or
features, including DiffServ aware MPLS TE. This provides control wherever the interface and capacity needs justify using it. With the
of network resources for services with very strict delay, jitter and same system, a WCDMA or CDMA service provider can carry out a
packet loss requirements. Service performance for a connection can complete network evolution from 3G and 3.5G towards LTE without a
be tested easily since each line card has an in-built hardware-based forklift upgrade (transition from ATM connectivity to IP routing). Even
test generator. 2G traffic can be groomed and transported using the same element.

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Implementation of the whole mix of MPLS pseudowire technologies Performance


enables delivery and management of connections based on „ Bidirectional switching capacity 3.5 Gbps per IFC, 42 Gbps per
Ethernet, ATM, Frame Relay and TDM on the same platform, fully equipped system
and transformation to IP whenever feasible. „ Packet forwarding capacity of 7.8 Mpps per IFC, 93.6 Mpps per

fully equipped system


In converged networks, the Tellabs 8660 switch can natively
produce business-critical Ethernet and IP VPN services as well as
Control and DC Power Card (CDC)
broadband service aggregation through DSLAMs or to Multi Tenant
Units (MTU). For protection purposes chassis has 2 slots for CDCs Timing module
locates in CDC
The Tellabs 8660 switch is designed to be economical and scalable „ CDC1-A
for large, countrywide network deployments. The design of the „ CDC1-B
element and related management system enables networks to scale See separate datasheet for CDCs.
from a few customers to large national bases with hundreds of
thousands of customers and connections. Interface Module Concentrators (IFC)
Chassis has 12 slots for IFCs, each with 2 selectable IFMs
Network Management „ IFC1-A
As part of the Tellabs 8600 system, the Tellabs 8660 switch is fully „ IFC1-B
end-to-end managed with the Tellabs® 8000 Intelligent Network
See separate datasheet for IFCs.
Manager. All interface, service and connection level parameters
are configured remotely via the Tellabs 8000 manager’s GUI-based
Interface Modules (IFM)
tools. This is the primary and easiest way to configure the unit and
„ 8-Port Ethernet 10/100BASE-TX IFM
the network.
„ 8-Port Ethernet 100BASE-X IFM

„ 2+6-Port Ethernet 10/100/1000BASECOMBO

Specifications
IFM
Physical Dimensions
„ 2-Port Ethernet 1000BASE-X IFM
„ 446 mm/17.56 in (width) x 633 mm/ 24.9 in (height) x 305
„ 8-Port Ethernet 1000BASE-X IFM
mm/12 in (depth)
„ 8-Port STM-1/OC-3 POS IFM
„ 19” wide & 12+3” (305 mm)-deep rack, all front cabling
„ 4-Port STM-4/OC-12 POS IFM

„ 1-Port STM-16/OC-48 POS IFM


Power and Cooling
„ 4-Port STM-1/OC-3 ATM IFM
„ 48 VDC power feed with optional protection
„ 1-Port chSTM-1/OC-3 Multiservice1 IFM
„ Power consumption: typical 650 W, maximum 1200 W
„ 4-Port chSTM-1/OC-3 Multiservice1 IFM
„ 6 fans in 3 modules, fan speed controlled by control cards
„ 24-Port chE1/T1 Multiservice1 IFM

„ 24-Port chE1/T1 Mobile Optimization IFM


Architecture
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„ Hardware-based forwarding, switchless distributed architecture Support for ATM, IMA, FR, HDLC/PPP, ML-PPP and TDM

Forwarding Plane Resiliency


„ 1+1 redundancy of integrated power and control card (CDC)
„ IPv4 routing
„ Node timing module protection
„ MPLS switching (LSR and LER)
„ Switching distributed to all line cards

„ Dual homing of customer premises device


Applications
„ 1+1 MSP/APS protection
„ ATM, Ethernet, Frame Relay and TDM PWE3 circuits
„ Ethernet Link Protection
„ ATM VP/VC cross-connections
„ 1:1 RSVP-TE LSP protection
„ TDM grooming at DS0 level
„ 1+1-MPLS-OAM-based LSP protection
„ Abis optimization
„ Fast Reroute
„ IP VPN (RFC 4364)
„ Dynamic LSP rerouting

„ Non-stop forwarding with control plane redundancy

and graceful restart

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Synchronization Quality of Service Standards


„ ETSI (SEC) timing [G.813] „ DiffServ support for up to 7 traffic classes „ Safety: EN 60950-1:2001
„ ANSI (Stratum-3) timing (EF, AF and BE) and for MPLS (E-LSP „ EMC: EN 300 386:2005

„ Station Clock Input and Output ports


and L-LSP) „ RTTE Directive 1999/5/EC
„ DiffServ aware MPLS Traffic Engineering
on CDC „ FCC 47 CFR Part 15, Subpart B, Class A
„ E1/T1, SDH/SONET line synchronization
(DS-TE)
„ NEBS level 3 compliance: SR-3580
„ IEEE 802.1P/Q mapping to IP or MPLS
„ Synchronous Ethernet [G.8262] „ GR-1089-CORE: Issue 3, October 2002
„ ATM service categories: CBR, VBR, UBR+
„ SSM over Ethernet [G.8264] „ GR-63-CORE: Issue 2, April 2002
and UBR
„ Adaptive synchronization over „ MEF 9 and 14 compliant
„ ATM Forum Traffic Management 4.1
packet network
„ Policing, WRED, traffic shaping

„ Strict Priority and WFQ scheduling


Environmental Conditions
Software Specifications „ Storage: ETS 300 019-1-1:2003-04 Class
„ CIR, PIR, CBS and PBS traffic parameters
Encapsulations 1.1, Temperature: –5° C to 45° C / 23° F
„ Layer 2, 3 and 4 multifield classification
„ ATM, Ethernet, Frame Relay, PPP, VLAN/
to 113° F
„ Connection admission control (CAC)
„ Transportation: ETS 300 019-1-2:2003- 04
Ethernet
„ ATM IMA, ML-PPP
Class 2.3, Temperature: –40° C to 70° C
Other / – 40° F to + 158° F
„ Normal operating conditions: ETS
Routing Management Protocols
300 019-1- 3:2004-07, Class 3.2
„ BGP, MP-BGP, OSPF, OSPF-TE, IS-IS, „ CLI, FTP, SNMPv2
(noncondensing), Temperature: –5° C to
ISIS-TE, static routing „ BMP for Tellabs 8000 Network Manager
45° C / 23° F to 113° F, Relative humidity:
communication 5% to 95%
Label Distribution
„ LDP, RSVP-TE, MP-BGP * For future release

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