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Overview
SmartAX MA5603T Optical Access Equipment (hereafter referred to as the MA5603T) functions as an optical line terminal (OLT) in an gigabit-capable passive optical network (GPON) network. The MA5603T works with the optical network unit (ONU) or optical network terminal (ONT) to provide the following GPON access services:
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Fiber to the home (FTTH) Fiber to the building (FTTB) Base station transmission IP private line interconnection Multi-ISP wholesale

This document describes the product positioning and features, architecture, ports, protocols, network applications, device management, and technical specifications of the MA5603T.

Product Version
The following table lists the product versions related to this document. Product Name MA5603T N2000 BMS Product Version V800R006C02 V200R012C03

Intended Audience
The intended audience of this document is as follows:
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Network planning engineers Installation and commissioning engineers Field maintenance engineers Network monitoring engineers
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System maintenance engineers Data configuration engineers Application developers

Organization
This document is organized as follows: Chapter... 1 Product orientation and Features 2 Product Architecture 3 Ports and Protocols 4 Network Applications 5 Device Management 6 Technical Specifications and Standards Compliance A Acronyms and Abbreviations Describes... The orientation, features, and major services provided by the MA5603T. The functional architecture, software architecture, and hardware architecture of the MA5603T. The physical ports, logical interfaces, and supported protocols of the MA5603T. The typical applications of the MA5603T. The maintenance and management modes of the MA5603T. The technical specifications of the MA5603T. The acronyms and abbreviations used in this document.

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Contents
About This Document...................................................................................................................iii 1 Product orientation and Features............................................................................................1-1
1.1 Product Orientation.........................................................................................................................................1-2 1.2 Product Feature............................................................................................................................................... 1-3 1.2.1 Superior Manageability and Maintainability..........................................................................................1-4 1.2.2 Carrier-Class Reliability Design............................................................................................................ 1-6 1.2.3 Powerful GPON Access Capability....................................................................................................... 1-7 1.2.4 Abundant Ports.......................................................................................................................................1-9 1.2.5 Powerful QoS.......................................................................................................................................1-10 1.2.6 Strict Security.......................................................................................................................................1-11 1.2.7 Flexible Networking.............................................................................................................................1-12 1.2.8 Operable IPTV Services.......................................................................................................................1-12

2 Product Architecture..................................................................................................................2-1
2.1 Hardware Architecture....................................................................................................................................2-2 2.1.1 Appearance and Dimensions..................................................................................................................2-2 2.1.2 Configuration and Capacity................................................................................................................... 2-3 2.1.3 Boards.....................................................................................................................................................2-4 2.2 Functional Architecture...................................................................................................................................2-5 2.3 Software Architecture..................................................................................................................................... 2-7

3 Ports and Protocols.....................................................................................................................3-1


3.1 Physical Ports..................................................................................................................................................3-2 3.1.1 Port Types.............................................................................................................................................. 3-2 3.1.2 Port Specifications..................................................................................................................................3-4 3.2 Logical Ports................................................................................................................................................... 3-8 3.2.1 Port Types.............................................................................................................................................. 3-8 3.2.2 Interface Protocols..................................................................................................................................3-9

4 Network Applications...............................................................................................................4-1
4.1 Network Structure...........................................................................................................................................4-2 4.1.1 FTTx Network Applications.................................................................................................................. 4-2 4.1.2 Mobile Bearer Network Application......................................................................................................4-4 4.1.3 TDM Private Line Network Application............................................................................................... 4-6 4.2 Service Features.............................................................................................................................................. 4-6 Issue 02 (2010-01-28) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. ix

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SmartAX MA5603T Optical Access Equipment Product Description 4.2.1 MSTP Network Application...................................................................................................................4-7 4.2.2 QinQ Application...................................................................................................................................4-8 4.2.3 VLAN Stacking Application................................................................................................................4-10 4.2.4 Triple Play Application........................................................................................................................4-11

5 Device Management..................................................................................................................5-1
5.1 Overview.........................................................................................................................................................5-2 5.2 Management Through the CLI........................................................................................................................5-2 5.3 Management Through the N2000 BMS..........................................................................................................5-2 5.3.1 Overview of the N2000 BMS.................................................................................................................5-3 5.3.2 Running Environment............................................................................................................................5-3 5.3.3 Management Functions..........................................................................................................................5-3 5.3.4 Typical Networking Modes....................................................................................................................5-6

6 Technical Specifications and Standards Compliance.........................................................6-1


6.1 Device Parameters...........................................................................................................................................6-2 6.1.1 Running Environment............................................................................................................................6-2 6.1.2 Power Supply Parameters.......................................................................................................................6-2 6.1.3 Shelf Parameters.....................................................................................................................................6-3 6.1.4 Board Parameters...................................................................................................................................6-3 6.2 System Performance and Capacity..................................................................................................................6-4 6.3 Service and Maintenance Characteristics........................................................................................................6-6 6.4 Standards Compliance...................................................................................................................................6-10

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

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Figure 1-1 Sample network of the MA5603T......................................................................................................1-3 Figure 2-1 Appearance of the MA5603T.............................................................................................................2-2 Figure 2-2 Chassis layout of the MA5603T.........................................................................................................2-3 Figure 2-3 Functional architecture of the MA5603T...........................................................................................2-6 Figure 2-4 Software architecture of the MA5603T..............................................................................................2-7 Figure 2-5 Host software architecture of the MA5603T......................................................................................2-8 Figure 3-1 Physical ports of the MA5603T..........................................................................................................3-2 Figure 3-2 Logic ports of the MA5603T..............................................................................................................3-9 Figure 4-1 FTTH network application................................................................................................................. 4-3 Figure 4-2 Mobile bearer network application.....................................................................................................4-5 Figure 4-3 TDM private line network application............................................................................................... 4-6 Figure 4-4 MSTP application...............................................................................................................................4-8 Figure 4-5 QinQ application.................................................................................................................................4-9 Figure 4-6 VLAN stacking application..............................................................................................................4-10 Figure 4-7 Triple play application......................................................................................................................4-12 Figure 5-1 Maintaining the MA5603T through the CLI......................................................................................5-2 Figure 5-2 Inband EMS networking.....................................................................................................................5-6 Figure 5-3 Outband EMS networking..................................................................................................................5-7

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Table 1-1 Physical ports of the MA5603T...........................................................................................................1-9 Table 2-1 Dimensions of the MA5603T...............................................................................................................2-3 Table 2-2 Boards and ports of the MA5603T.......................................................................................................2-4 Table 3-1 Physical ports of the MA5603T...........................................................................................................3-3 Table 3-2 Specifications of the 100Base-Fx port.................................................................................................3-4 Table 3-3 Specifications of the 1000Base-Sx port...............................................................................................3-4 Table 3-4 Specifications of the 100Base-Lx port.................................................................................................3-5 Table 3-5 Specifications of the ISDN port...........................................................................................................3-5 Table 3-6 Specifications of the P2P FE optical port............................................................................................3-5 Table 3-7 Specifications of the E1 Port................................................................................................................3-6 Table 3-8 Specifications of the STM-1 optical port.............................................................................................3-6 Table 3-9 Specifications of the GPON port (Class B+).......................................................................................3-7 Table 3-10 Specifications of the GPON port (Class C+).....................................................................................3-8 Table 3-11 Types and description of the logic ports of the MA5603T................................................................3-9 Table 6-1 Environment parameters of the MA5603T..........................................................................................6-2 Table 6-2 Power supply parameters of the MA5603T.........................................................................................6-2 Table 6-3 Parameters of the MA5603T shelf.......................................................................................................6-3 Table 6-4 Parameters of the MA5603T boards....................................................................................................6-3 Table 6-5 System performance parameters..........................................................................................................6-4 Table 6-6 Device configuration parameters.........................................................................................................6-4 Table 6-7 MA5603T management ports..............................................................................................................6-5 Table 6-8 MA5603T upstream ports....................................................................................................................6-5 Table 6-9 MA5603T service ports........................................................................................................................6-6 Table 6-10 Service characteristics of the MA5603T............................................................................................6-6 Table 6-11 Maintenance characteristics of the MA5603T...................................................................................6-9

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Product orientation and Features

About This Chapter


This topic helps you to learn the network orientation and various functions of the MA5603T. 1.1 Product Orientation The SmartAX MA5603T Multi-service Access Module is a GPONa medium-capacity access product launched by Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 1.2 Product Feature Based on well learning of the customer and market requirements, Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. launches the MA5603T with superior and rich functions through the perfect and mature system design.

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The SmartAX MA5603T Multi-service Access Module is a GPONa medium-capacity access product launched by Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. The MA5603T provides the data, voice, and video services that feature large capacity, high rate, and high bandwidth. To be specific,
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The MA5603T functions as an optical line terminal (OLT) in a GPON network to work with the optical network unit (ONU) and optical network terminal (ONT). The MA5603T supports rich network applications, such as:

Fiber to the home (FTTH) Fiber to the building (FTTB) Base station transmission IP private line interconnection Multi-ISP wholesale

The MA5603T supports broadband access services such as Point-to-point (P2P) optical access. The MA5603T provides the P2P FTTH optical access by working with the ONU/ONT.

The MA5603T meets the following customer requirements:


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High-bandwidth and long-reach access to extend the coverage of large-scale access Integrated voice, data, and video services over a single fiber, meeting the customized requirements of telecom users.

Figure 1-1 shows the position of the MA5603T in a network.

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IPTV server

Softswitch

N2000 BMS TG LAN switch CATV server GE/E1/STM-1 MA5603T BRAS

Combiner

Optical splitter FTTH ONT

Optical splitter FTTB STB

Optical splitter

MDU

Phone

PC

CATV

IPTV

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BRAS: broadband remote access server CATV: cable TV

STB: set top box MG: media gateway

1.2 Product Feature


Based on well learning of the customer and market requirements, Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. launches the MA5603T with superior and rich functions through the perfect and mature system design. 1.2.1 Superior Manageability and Maintainability
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The MA5603T provides excellent management, maintenance, and monitoring functions which facilitate routine management and fault detection. 1.2.2 Carrier-Class Reliability Design The system reliability is taken into consideration in the system, hardware, and software designs to ensure reliable running of the MA5603T. 1.2.3 Powerful GPON Access Capability The MA5603T supports the GPON access, which effectively solves the bottleneck problem of the access through twisted pairs and meets the requirements of users for high-bandwidth services. 1.2.4 Abundant Ports The MA5603T provides various upstream ports, service ports and maintenance ports to adapt to different network environments. 1.2.5 Powerful QoS The MA5603T provides the following powerful quality of service (QoS) solutions to facilitate the management of various services. 1.2.6 Strict Security To meet the security requirements for carrier-class telecom services, the MA5603T provides the following features to ensure the security of the system and the user. 1.2.7 Flexible Networking As a multi-service access platform, the MA5603T supports multiple access modes to suit various network scenarios in different environments. 1.2.8 Operable IPTV Services The MA5603T has a powerful service switching capacity, packet forwarding capability, and high integration of data switching and user management, which lays a foundation for operable and manageable multicast services.

1.2.1 Superior Manageability and Maintainability


The MA5603T provides excellent management, maintenance, and monitoring functions which facilitate routine management and fault detection.

Terminal Management
The MA5603T supports the management of VLAN configuration and port attributes of the ONTs based on the ONT management and control interface (OMCI) protocol. The ONTs can be configured offline through the OLT, and the ONT configurations can be saved on the OLT. In this way, when an ONT registers with the OLT, the data of the ONT can be automatically restored, thus easing the service provisioning.

Security Authentication Management


The iManager N2000 BMS Network Management System (hereafter referred to as the N2000 BMS) provides sufficient user management and Radius authentication functions, meeting different O&M requirements. When a user performs an operation, the N2000 BMS restricts the user's operation according to the authorized devices, and then restricts the user's operations according to the authorized operations. After a user passes the authentication and logs in, the menus for the unauthorized operations are unavailable for the user. In addition, the devices that the user are not authorized to operate are shielded from the management interface.

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Abundant Management Interfaces


The N2000 BMS supports NE management through various southbound interfaces, such as the Telnet and SNMP interfaces. In addition, the N2000 BMS provides standardized SNMP and TL1 northbound interfaces to support automated alarm, topology, service, inventory, and test functions to the OSS and the network management system. This helps the carriers to set up an overall support platform for the network monitoring and automatic service provisioning.

Various Maintenance Means


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The MA5603T can be maintained locally through the command line interface (CLI). The MA5603T can be maintained remotely through the secure SSH command line or the Simple Network Management Protocol Version 3 (SNMPv3) network management system. For remote maintenance, the inband mode and the outband mode are supported. The MA5603T supports management based on SNMPv1, SNMPv2, and SNMPv3 through the N2000 BMS. MA5603T supports Ethernet operation, administration, and maintenance (OAM) based on IEEE P802.1ag. This enables end-to-end detection and diagnosis of faults in an Ethernet network, thus reducing the cost of network maintenance. The MA5603T supports the following:

In-service reporting of the hardware, and software versions. Real-time in-service upgrading and loading of the board software and host software. Real-time in-service loading and management of software patches. Built-in database upgrade tool.

The MA5603T supports the loopback for the OLT and the ONT, and provides the fault detection and diagnosis measures for the links, thus saving the network maintenance cost. The MA5603T supports loading, backing up, and querying electronic labels. The MA5603T supports detecting the malicious ONT through the GPON port and troubleshooting the fault caused by the malicious ONT. No additional test meter is required. The MA5603T supports detecting the line from the OLT to the ONT and judging whether the line and configuration are proper. The MA5603T provides abundant measurement functions. The MA5603T supports detecting various alarms on the GPON line and reporting them to the NMS. This helps the management user to know the line status and ONT status in real time.

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Environment Monitoring
The MA5603T provides an environment monitoring port. The port connects to the environment monitoring module through a special cable. In this way, the data related to the environment, such as temperature, humidity, power supply voltage, and smoke can be collected. This helps to realize remote and unattended maintenance. The environment monitoring board supports plug-and-play, auto discovery and auto configuration.

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Software Upgrading
The control board and service board of the MA5603T support in-service upgrading in addition to the version rollback operation in case of an upgrading failure. You can upgrade the software through any of the following methods:
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A serial port based on Xmodem An Ethernet port based on the Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP), Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP), or File Transfer Protocol (FTP)

1.2.2 Carrier-Class Reliability Design


The system reliability is taken into consideration in the system, hardware, and software designs to ensure reliable running of the MA5603T.

System Design
The following are the reliability features of system design of the MA5603T:
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The system complies with carrier-class reliability design. The system has comprehensive exception handling capability. The system is self-healing. The system has passed the electrostatic discharge (ESD) test. The system provides lightning protection and anti-interference functions. The system provides diverse alarm information for quick fault detection and rectification. The system supports remote maintenance. The system supports normalization selection and control of components. The electrical components adopt the derating design to improve the reliability. Fault pre-warning is supported on the exhaustive units and parts, such as the fan, power supply, and battery. The system supports bidirectional forwarding detection (BFD). This implements the quick detection of the communication faults between adjacent systems. In the case of a fault, a replacement channel can be quickly set up or the service can be quickly switched to other links. The system supports optical line protection. The system supports the 1+1 (type B) protection for the PON port and the 50 ms level service protection switchover for the backbone optical fiber. The system supports in-service upgrade. The system supports the functions of querying the board temperature, setting the temperature threshold, and high temperature shutdown.

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Hardware Design
The following are the reliability features of hardware design of the MA5603T:
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All important hardware components have backups. All service boards and the control board are hot swappable.
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Software Design
The following are the reliability features of software design of the MA5603T:
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Modularized and platform-based design, complying with the modularized and platformbased design and adopting the loosely coupled design for each software module. Advanced design methods such as object-orientation, fault tolerance, fault correction, and auto recovery Capability maturity model (CMM) management In-service software loading

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Power Supply Design


The following are the reliability features of power supply design of the MA5603T:
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The power system provides dual -48/-60 VDC inputs to the power interface board (PAIA) to supply power to the chassis. The power interface board has the protective circuit to ensure the service consistency when the power supply of the board is faulty. The system supports input/output current-limiting protection. The system supports the reporting of the monitoring information, and remote control to improve the system reliability.

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Heat Dissipation Design


The following are the reliability features of heat dissipation design of the MA5603T:
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The heat dissipation system adopts a redundancy design, ensuring normal service operation when one fan is faulty. The fans adopt the air blowing mode and support hot swapping. The host software supports fan speed adjustment. The fan tray provides the fault alarm port of the optical coupling isolation parameter to report the fault information.

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Networking Redundancy Design


Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol (MSTP) protection and trunk function on FE/GE ports are provided. When a link is faulty, the RSTP provides a loop free connected network.

1.2.3 Powerful GPON Access Capability


The MA5603T supports the GPON access, which effectively solves the bottleneck problem of the access through twisted pairs and meets the requirements of users for high-bandwidth services.

Compliance with ITU-T Recommendations


The ITU-T G.984.x recommendations, including ITU-T G.984.1 to ITU-T G.984.4, define the following aspects for the GPON system:
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Specification of physical parts Protocol at the data link layer Management and control interfaces

The MA5603T is designed in strict compliance with the ITU-T G.984.x recommendations. It is capable of working properly with GPON terminals of different vendors.

Bandwidth Allocation
The MA5603T supports both static bandwidth allocation (SBA) and dynamic bandwidth allocation (DBA).
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SBA guarantees that each ONT obtains a fixed bandwidth. DBA guarantees that the bandwidth is dynamically allocated to the ONTs according to the change in user traffic. SBA and DBA support a bandwidth control granularity of 64 kbit/s.

The MA5603T provides hierarchical bandwidth control in both the upstream and downstream directions.
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In the upstream direction, bandwidth is allocated to the users or the user groups in the SBA and DBA modes based on the transmission container (T-CONT). In the upstream and downstream directions, accurate committed access rate (CAR) is performed based on the traffic stream. The CAR based traffic stream supports a 64 kbit/s bandwidth control accuracy.

High Rate
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The MA5603T adopts the passive optical transmission to resolve the bandwidth bottleneck of the access over the twisted pair cables. The MA5603T supports the downstream rate of 2.488 Gbit/s and the upstream rate of 1.244 Gbit/s. The MA5603T provides a sufficient bandwidth that meets the current service requirements and guarantees provisioning of services with a higher bandwidth in the future.

Long Reach
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The MA5603T adopts the passive optical transmission to support a long-reach service coverage, which the access technology over the twisted pair cables does not support. The maximum physical transmission distance is 60 km. The MA5603T supports the downstream forward error correction (FEC) to extend the transmission distance.

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High Optical Split Ratio


The MA5603T supports a high optical split ratio of 1:128. This helps to expand the system capacity and save fiber resources, thus facilitating the expansion of the network.

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All data is encapsulated as frames with a fixed length of 125 s based on GPON encapsulation mode (GEM). This helps to reduce the overhead bytes and improve the transmission efficiency. When the upstream transmission bandwidth is 1.244 Gbit/s, the transmission efficiency reaches up to 93%.

1.2.4 Abundant Ports


The MA5603T provides various upstream ports, service ports and maintenance ports to adapt to different network environments. Table 1-1 shows the physical ports of the MA5603T. Table 1-1 Physical ports of the MA5603T Port Type Upstream port Port GE optical/electrical port Description
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All GE optical ports use the small form-factor pluggable (SFP) optical transceivers. Through different SFP transceivers, the optical ports support different transmission distances. Single-mode SFP transceivers and multi-mode SFP transceivers are available. The connector type of the GE electrical port is RJ-45, which complies with the IEEE 802.3ab.

10 GE optical port

It provides the 10GE upstream port that supports Ethernet clock synchronization. It provides an E1 upstream connection. E1 signals are transparently transmitted through GPON. It provides an STM-1 upstream connection. STM-1 signals are transparently transmitted through GPON. It provides GPON access. It supports a maximum upstream rate of 1.244 Gbit/s and a maximum downstream rate of 2.488 Gbit/s It provides the P2P Ethernet optical access at a rate of 100 Mbit/s.
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E1 port

STM-1 port

Service port

GPON optical port

P2P FE optical port

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Port Type

Port GE optical port

Description The MA5603T provides GE optical ports for subtending connections. It is used for local maintenance. It is used for remote maintenance. Various environment parameters are collected by the monitoring device and then through this port reported to the MA5603T.

Maintenance port

Maintenance serial port Maintenance network port Environment monitoring serial port

1.2.5 Powerful QoS


The MA5603T provides the following powerful quality of service (QoS) solutions to facilitate the management of various services. The MA5603T supports the following powerful QoS capabilities:
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Transmits the data and network management streams upstream through different VLANs, thus logically separating traffic of different types Tags the data and network management streams with different ToS/DSCP priorities, thus providing a prioritized forwarding mechanism based on L3 Tags the data and network management streams with different 802.1p priorities, thus providing a prioritized forwarding mechanism based on L2 Supports priority control based on the port, MAC address, IP address, TCP port number or UDP port number Supports priority mapping and modification based on the ToS field and 802.1p Supports L2-L7 traffic classification based on the port, VLAN, MAC address, IP address, TCP port number or UDP port number Supports DSCP Supports bandwidth control based on the port, MAC address, IP address, TCP port number or UDP port number, with a control granularity of 64 kbit/s Supports two queue scheduling modes: strict priority queue (SP) and weighted round robin (WRR) Supports the following QoS strategies based on the traffic rule:

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Sets the 802.1p priority based on the VLAN for the protocol packets sent by the local CPU

1.2.6 Strict Security


To meet the security requirements for carrier-class telecom services, the MA5603T provides the following features to ensure the security of the system and the user.

System Security
The MA5603T provides the following system security measures:
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User Security
The MA5603T provides the following user security measures:
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802.1x-based user authentication, which prevents account forgery and enhances accuracy of the billing in a wireline network MAC/IP address binding based on the traffic streams Restriction on the number of MAC addresses based on the traffic streams Authentication based on the serial number (SN)/password (PW)/SN+PW of the ONU/ONT Only one ONT key in the downstream direction, controlled based on the GEM port

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1.2.7 Flexible Networking


As a multi-service access platform, the MA5603T supports multiple access modes to suit various network scenarios in different environments. The MA5603T provides the following network solutions:
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FTTx network application The MA5603T supports the FTTH and FTTB network applications. Through FTTH or FTTB, the MA5603T meets the network requirements of the scattered new high-end buildings or villas, and the network requirements of populous apartments and small enterprise and institution office buildings.

Mobile bearer network application The MA5603T supports the mobile bearer network application, which converges the fixed network and mobile network on the bearer plane, helps save the CAPEX and OPEX, and implements the evolution of IP-based network.

TDM private line network application The MA5603T supports the TDM private line network application, meeting the requirements of enterprise users for the private line interconnection across the MAN.

MSTP network application The MA5603T supports the MSTP network application, providing redundant links with a better load balancing function, which is applicable to all the networks with the service protection requirement.

QinQ network application The MA5603T supports the QinQ network application. This application saves the public VLANID resources and implements the transparent transmission of private VLANs to the public network.

Vlan stacking network application The MA5603T supports VLAN stacking network application to implement the VLAN extended service and multi-ISP wholesale service.

Triple play application The powerful service processing capability of the MA5603T helps provide voice, data, and video services to users simultaneously with guaranteed QoS.

1.2.8 Operable IPTV Services


The MA5603T has a powerful service switching capacity, packet forwarding capability, and high integration of data switching and user management, which lays a foundation for operable and manageable multicast services. The MA5603T supports the following carrier-class multicast capabilities:
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Large switching capacity High packet forwarding rate High integration of data switching, routing, and user management functions

The MA5603T provides flexible multicast solutions by supporting Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP) v2/v3 on the user side interface, and IGMPv2/v3 on the network side interface. This lays the foundation for operability and manageability of broadband multicast services. To be specific, the MA5603T supports powerful multicast functions in the following aspects.

Multicast Protocols
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Multicast Service Functions


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Multicast User Management Functions


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Product Architecture

This topic helps you to learn the hardware architecture, function architecture, and software architecture of the MA5603T. 2.1 Hardware Architecture Hardware architecture includes the hardware such as appearance, dimensions, and configuration of the MA5603T. 2.2 Functional Architecture The function modules of the MA5603T include service interface module, Ethernet switching module, and service control module. 2.3 Software Architecture The software of the MA5603T consists of board software and host software. The host software consists of four planes: system support plane, system service plane, system management plane, and service control plane.

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2.1 Hardware Architecture


Hardware architecture includes the hardware such as appearance, dimensions, and configuration of the MA5603T. 2.1.1 Appearance and Dimensions The MA5603T provides 13 slots, and the dimensions of the MA5603T are 442 mm x 232 mm x 219.5 mm (width x depth x height). 2.1.2 Configuration and Capacity Slots 0-5 of the MA5603T are for service boards, and slots 6-7 are for control boards. Two control boards can be configured for the active/standby configuration. 2.1.3 Boards The MA5603T boards include control board, service board, and other boards.

2.1.1 Appearance and Dimensions


The MA5603T provides 13 slots, and the dimensions of the MA5603T are 442 mm x 232 mm x 219.5 mm (width x depth x height).

Appearance
Figure 2-1 shows the appearance of the MA5603T. Figure 2-1 Appearance of the MA5603T

Dimensions
Table 2-1 provides the dimensions of the MA5603T.
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Table 2-1 Dimensions of the MA5603T Chassis MA5603T chassis (including the fan tray) Dimensions (W x D x H) 442 mm x 283.2 mm x 263.9 mm Description The chassis provides 13 slots, including the following:
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Six slots for the service boards Two slots for the control boards Two GIU uplink slot Two slot for the power interface board One slot for universal interface board

2.1.2 Configuration and Capacity


Slots 0-5 of the MA5603T are for service boards, and slots 6-7 are for control boards. Two control boards can be configured for the active/standby configuration. Figure 2-2 shows the chassis layout of the MA5603T. Figure 2-2 Chassis layout of the MA5603T
0 1 2 F A N 3 4 5 6 7 8 GIU 11 PRTE Service board Service board Service board Service board Service board Service board Control board Control board 9 12 GIU GPIO

10 PRTE

The fan tray is installed on the left side of the chassis for heat dissipation. The fans adopt the air blowing mode. The MA5603T has 13 board slots numbered from 0 to 12. These slots are allocated as follows:
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Slots 6 and 7 hold the control boards. A chassis can hold up to two control boards to enable active/standby switchover. Slot 8 and slot 9 are for the GIU board. Slot 10 and slot 11 are for the power interface board. Slot 12 is for the universal interface board.

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The MA5603T boards include control board, service board, and other boards. Table 2-2 lists the boards and ports of the MA5603T Table 2-2 Boards and ports of the MA5603T Type Control board Board SCUL Name Super control unit Function Serves as the control board for system control. External Port 1 maintenance network port 1 serial port 1 environment monitoring port Service board GPBC GPBD OPFA Uplink interface board GICF GPON interface board GPON interface board FE optical interface board GE uplink optical interface board GE uplink electrical interface board 10GE uplink optical interface board 10GE uplink optical interface board 4-port GE uplink optical interface board TDM interface board Provides the GPON access. Provides the GPON access. Provides 16 FE optical ports. Provides GE upstream ports. Provides GE upstream ports. Provides 10GE upstream ports. Provides 10GE upstream ports. Provides GE upstream ports. Provides the E1/ STM-1 uplink connection. 4 GPON ports 8 GPON ports 16 FE optical ports 2 GE optical ports

GICG

2 GE electrical ports 1 10GE optical port 2 10GE optical ports 4 GE optical ports

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GSCA

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Type Subtending board Power board Monitoring board

Board ETHA ETHB PRTE PMIA

Name GE subtending interface board Power interface board Power monitoring interface board

Function Provides the GE subtending function. Provides power supply for the service shelf. Provides the functions of fan monitoring, environment monitoring, and 100M uplink network ports. It supports adjusting the fan rotating speed and monitoring the fan status. It supports reporting the detected alarm to the control board through the serial port, or reporting the alarm status to the host in the form of dry contact point. It supports hot swapping.

External Port 8 GE optical ports

1 power connector 1 GE electrical port and 1 debugging serial port -

Fan board

FMCA

Fan monitoring board

2.2 Functional Architecture


The function modules of the MA5603T include service interface module, Ethernet switching module, and service control module.

Overview
Figure 2-3 shows the following functional modules of the MA5603T:
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Figure 2-3 Functional architecture of the MA5603T


Service interface module Upstream interface module GE bus Ethernet switching module
Service control module

FE fiber

GE/10GE E1/STM-1

GPON

10GE bus

10GE bus

Service Interface Module


This module consists of the service boards and related software. It provides the following functions:
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Ethernet Switching Module


This module is provided by the control board. It provides Ethernet aggregation and switching based on the 10GE bus architecture.

Service Control Module


This module is provided by the control board. It provides the following functions:
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Upstream Interface Module


This module provides the following network ports to connect to the upper layer device:
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The software of the MA5603T consists of board software and host software. The host software consists of four planes: system support plane, system service plane, system management plane, and service control plane.

Overview
The part within the dashed border indicates the software architecture of the MA5603T. Figure 2-4 shows the software architecture of the MA5603T. Figure 2-4 Software architecture of the MA5603T
EMS LCT/CLI serial port terminal CLI SSH Telnet

Inband/ Outband

Serial port connection

Inband/ Outband

Host software

Communication control bus

Board software 1

Board software 2

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Board software N

Software system

Board Software
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Host Software
The host software consists of four planes running on the control board. Figure 2-5 shows the host software architecture of the MA5603T. Figure 2-5 Host software architecture of the MA5603T

System management plane

The functions of the four planes are as follows:


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System service plane

System support plane: It drives the hardware system. System service plane: It provides the basic operating service for the software operation, and manages the system equipment. The basic functional module of the system service plane is the operating system. System management plane: It provides the functions of device and service management. Service control plane (IP service control sub-plane): It is the core module that provides the following service functions: Resolving and processing the service configuration commands Implementing protocol processing between the equipment Processing the service requests Providing the required services for the users

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This topic helps you to learn the physical ports, logical ports, and protocols supported by the MA5603T. 3.1 Physical Ports Physical ports include the physical port types of the MA5603T and provides the standards that the MA5603T complies with. 3.2 Logical Ports Logical ports include the logic port types of the MA5603T and provides the standards that the MA5603T complies with.

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3.1 Physical Ports


Physical ports include the physical port types of the MA5603T and provides the standards that the MA5603T complies with. 3.1.1 Port Types The MA5603T provides multiple types of ports to suite different network environments. 3.1.2 Port Specifications Port specifications include the technical specifications of the physical ports of the MA5603T.

3.1.1 Port Types


The MA5603T provides multiple types of ports to suite different network environments. Figure 3-1 lists the physical ports of the MA5603T. Figure 3-1 Physical ports of the MA5603T
GE optical/ electrical port 10GE optical port E1/STM-1 port upstream

Maintenance serial port

Maintenance network port MA5603T Environment monitoring serial port downstream

GPON optical port

P2P FE optical port

Ethernet optical port

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Table 3-1 Physical ports of the MA5603T Port Type Upstream port Port GE optical/electrical port Description
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10 GE optical port

It provides the 10GE upstream port that supports Ethernet clock synchronization. It provides an E1 upstream connection. E1 signals are transparently transmitted through GPON. It provides an STM-1 upstream connection. STM-1 signals are transparently transmitted through GPON. It provides GPON access. It supports a maximum upstream rate of 1.244 Gbit/s and a maximum downstream rate of 2.488 Gbit/s It provides the P2P Ethernet optical access at a rate of 100 Mbit/s. The MA5603T provides GE optical ports for subtending connections. It is used for local maintenance. It is used for remote maintenance. Various environment parameters are collected by the monitoring device and then through this port reported to the MA5603T.

E1 port

STM-1 port

Service port

GPON optical port

P2P FE optical port GE optical port

Maintenance port

Maintenance serial port Maintenance network port Environment monitoring serial port

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3.1.2 Port Specifications


Port specifications include the technical specifications of the physical ports of the MA5603T.

100Base-Fx Port
Table 3-2 Specifications of the 100Base-Fx port Parameter Transmission rate Port type Cable type Interface mode Maximum reach Central wavelength Transmit optical power Extinction ratio Maximum receive sensitivity Standard compliance Specification Full duplex 100 Mbit/s LC Fiber Multi-mode 2 km 1310 nm -19 dBm to -14 dBm 8 dB -30 dBm IEEE 802.3u Single-mode 15 km 1310 nm -15 dBm to -8 dBm 8.2 dB -28 dBm

1000Base-Sx Port
Table 3-3 Specifications of the 1000Base-Sx port Parameter Transmission rate Port type Cable type Fiber used and maximum transmission distance Standard compliance Central wavelength Transmit optical power Extinction ratio Maximum receive sensitivity Specification 1.25 Gbit/s LC Fiber 500 m over a 50 m/125 m multi-mode fiber IEEE 802.3z 850 nm -9.5 dBm to 0 dBm 9 dB -17 dBm

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1000Base-Lx Port
Table 3-4 Specifications of the 100Base-Lx port Parameter Transmission rate Port type Fiber used and maximum transmission distance Standard compliance Central wavelength Transmit optical power Extinction ratio Maximum receive sensitivity Specification 1.25 Gbit/s LC 10 km over a 9 m/125 m single-mode fibe IEEE 802.3z 1310 nm -9.0 dBm to -3.0 dBm 9.0 dB -20 dBm

ISDN Port
Table 3-5 Specifications of the ISDN port Parameter Connector type Maximum transmission distance Cable type Line coding Supported frame protocol Standard compliance Specification Telco64 4200 m Twisted pair 4B3T, 2B1Q G.711 a-law/-law ETSI TS 102 080, Annex B ITU-T G.961, Annex 1

P2P FE Port
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Specification 15 km Transmit (Tx): 1550 nm Receive (Rx): 1310 nm

Transmit optical power Extinction ratio Maximum receive sensitivity Standard compliance

-15 dBm to -8 dBm 8.5 dB (MIN) -32 dBm ITU-T G0.957

E1 Port
Table 3-7 Specifications of the E1 Port Parameter Transmission rate Cable type Specification 2048 kbit/s Coaxial cable/Twisted p

STM-1 Optical Port


Table 3-8 Specifications of the STM-1 optical port Parameter Transmission rate Type of connector Fiber type Central wavelength (nm) Working wavelength range (nm) Interface mode Maximum distance of transmission (km) Light source type Specification 155 Mbit/s SC/PC (square connector) G0.652 1310 1260-1360 Multi-mode 2 MLM 1310 1261-1360 Single-mode 15 MLM 1310 1263-1360 Single-mode 40 MLM

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Parameter Maximum average transmit optical power (dBm) Minimum average transmit optical power (dBm) Minimum extinction ratio (dB) Minimum receive sensitivity (dBm) Minimum receive overload power (dBm)

Specification -8 -8 0

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8.2 -23 -8

8.2 -28 -8

10 -34 -10

Specifications of the GPON Port


Table 3-9 Specifications of the GPON port (Class B+) Parameter Transmission rate Specification Transmit (Tx): 2.488 Gbit/s Receive (Rx): 1.244 Gbit/s Port type Maximum transmission distance Cable type Standard compliance Central wavelength SC/PC 20 km Single-mode optical fiber ITU-T G.984.2 CLASS B+ Transmit (Tx): 1490 nm Receive (Rx): 1310 nm Transmit optical power Extinction ratio Maximum receive sensitivity Overload optical power 1.5 dBm to 5.0 dBm 10 dB -28 dBm -8 dBm

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Table 3-10 Specifications of the GPON port (Class C+) Parameter Transmission rate Specification Transmit (Tx): 2.488 Gbit/s Receive (Rx): 1.244 Gbit/s Port type Maximum transmission distance Cable type Standard compliance Central wavelength SC/PC 20 km Single-mode optical fiber ITU-T G.984.2 CLASS C+ Transmit (Tx): 1490 nm Receive (Rx): 1310 nm Transmit optical power Extinction ratio Maximum receive sensitivity Overload optical power 3.0 dBm to 7.0 dBm 10 dB -30 dBm -8 dBm

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The GPBD board supports small form-factor pluggable (SFP) optical transceiver of Class B+ or Class C +. The GPBC board supports the optical transceiver of only Class B+.

3.2 Logical Ports


Logical ports include the logic port types of the MA5603T and provides the standards that the MA5603T complies with. 3.2.1 Port Types The MA5603T supports the SNMP port, TFTP/FTP/SFTP port, and Telnet port. 3.2.2 Interface Protocols Interface protocols include the standards and protocols that the logic port of the MA5603T complies with.

3.2.1 Port Types


The MA5603T supports the SNMP port, TFTP/FTP/SFTP port, and Telnet port. The MA5603T supports SNMP, TFTP/FTP/SFTP, and Telnet. You can configure and manage the MA5603T from the upper-layer NMS through the SNMP port, or from the maintenance terminal through the TFTP/FTP/SFTP ports. Through the data transmission between the logic ports, the operator can conveniently perform data query, real-time monitoring, service configuration and fault management on the MA5603T from an external management device. Figure 3-2 lists the logic ports of the MA5603T.
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Figure 3-2 Logic ports of the MA5603T


SNMP interface

MA5603T

SFTP/TFTP/ FTP interface

Telnet interface

Table 3-11 Types and description of the logic ports of the MA5603T Port Type SNMP port Description The operator can log in to MA5603T from the NMS through the SNMP port and to configure, manage and maintain the MA5603T. The operator can back up the configuration data, upgrade the software version, and load software patches for the MA5603T from the maintenance terminal through the TFTP/FTP/SFTP port. The operator can log in to the MA5603T from the maintenance terminal through the Telnet port to configure, manage and maintain the MA5603T.

TFTP/FTP/SFTP port

Telnet port

3.2.2 Interface Protocols


Interface protocols include the standards and protocols that the logic port of the MA5603T complies with.

Ethernet Protocols
Standard ID IEEE 802.1q Description IEEE standard for local and metropolitan area networks Virtual Bridged Local Area Networks

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Standard ID IEEE 802.1d IEEE 802.1w IEEE 802.3x IEEE 802.3ad IEEE 802.3u IEEE 802.3u IEEE 802.3z IEEE 802.3ab

Description STP RSTP Full Duplex operation in a switched LAN Link Aggregation (Trunking) Ethernet MIB 100BASE-FX 1000BASE-X 1000BASE-T

Encapsulation Protocols
Standard ID RFC1483 RFC2684 RFC1626 RFC1661 RFC2516 RFC2364 RFC1577 RFC2225 RFC3046 RFC2236 RFC3376 TR101 RFC2132 Description Multiprotocol Encapsulation over ATM Adaptation Layer 5 Multiprotocol Encapsulation over ATM Adaptation Layer 5 Default IP MTU for use over AAL5 Point to Point Protocol (PPP) PPPoE PPPoA Classical IP and ARP over ATM Classical IP and ARP over ATM DHCP Relay IGMP V2 IGMP V3 PPPOE+, DHCP Option82 DHCP option60

IP Protocols
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Standard ID RFC791 RFC792 RFC793 RFC826 RFC854 RFC894 RFC2131 RFC1119 RFC1858 RFC2453 RFC2362 RFC2328 RFC2474 RFC2475

Description IP protocol ICMP protocol TCP protocol ARP Telnet protocol Standard for transmitting IP packet on Ethernet DHCP NTP Security Considerations for IP Fragment Filtering RIP PIM-SM OSPF Definition of the Differentiated Services Field (DS Field) in the IPv4 and IPv6 Headers An Architecture for Differentiated Services, including edgeconditioning functions such as Packet Classification, Policing, Shaping, Marking & Metering

OAM Protocols
Standard ID RFC1155 RFC1157 RFC1213 RFC1212 RFC1757 RFC1906 RFC1907 RFC2571 Description Structure and identifier of the Internet management information based on TCP/IP Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Internet Network Management Information Base based on TCP/ IPMIB-II Concise MIB Definitions Remote Network Monitoring Management Information Base Transport Mappings for Version 2 of the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMPv2) Management Information Base for Version 2 of the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMPv2) An Architecture for Describing SNMP Management Frameworks

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Standard ID RFC2572 RFC2573 RFC1643 GR-474-CORE RFC2578 RFC2819 IEEE 802.1ag IEEE 802.3ah

Description Message Processing and Dispatching for the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) SNMP Applications Definitions of Managed Objects for the Ethernet-like Interface Types Network Maintenance, Alarm and Control Structure of Management Information Version 2 (SMIv2) Remote Network Monitoring Connectivity Fault Management Media Access Control Parameters, Physical Layers, and Management Parameters for Subscriber Access Networks

GPON Protocols
Standard ID ITU-T G.984.1 ITU-T G.984.2 ITU-T G.984.3 ITU-T G.984.4 Description Gigabit-capable Passive Optical Networks (GPON) General Characteristics Gigabit-capable Passive Optical Networks (GPON) Physical Media Dependent (PMD) Layer Specification Gigabit-capable Passive Optical Networks (GPON) Transmission Convergence Layer Specification Gigabit-capable Passive Optical Networks(GPON) ONU Management and Control Interface Specification

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Network Applications

This topic helps you to learn the position of the MA5603T in the network and the network features supported by the MA5603T. 4.1 Network Structure The MA5603T supports the FTTx network and broadband and narrowband combo network. 4.2 Service Features The MA5603T supports network applications such as MSTP network application, QinQ network application, VLAN stacking and Triple play network application.

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4.1 Network Structure


The MA5603T supports the FTTx network and broadband and narrowband combo network. 4.1.1 FTTx Network Applications The MA5603T supports the FTTH and FTTB network applications. Through FTTH, the MA5603T meets the network requirements of the scattered new high-end buildings or villas; through FTTB, the MA5603T meets the network requirements of populous apartments and small enterprise and institution office buildings. 4.1.2 Mobile Bearer Network Application The MA5603T supports the mobile bearer network application, which converges the fixed network and mobile network on the bearer plane, helps save the CAPEX and OPEX, and implements the evolution of IP-based network. 4.1.3 TDM Private Line Network Application The MA5603T supports the TDM private line network application, meeting the requirements of enterprise users for the private line interconnection across the MAN.

4.1.1 FTTx Network Applications


The MA5603T supports the FTTH and FTTB network applications. Through FTTH, the MA5603T meets the network requirements of the scattered new high-end buildings or villas; through FTTB, the MA5603T meets the network requirements of populous apartments and small enterprise and institution office buildings.

Service Description
The MA5603T supports the FTTH network application. Through FTTH, the MA5603T uses a single optical fiber to provide the data and video services for the scattered new high-end buildings or villas. The MA5603T supports the FTTB network application. Intended for the building where twisted pairs are routed, the MA5603T provides the data and video services for the community users through FTTB by connecting to an ONT in the downstream direction. An FTTB network is suitable for high-density apartments and small enterprise office buildings. In an FTTB network, the ONT is installed inside the building and the services are transmitted to each subscriber through twisted pairs.

Network Topology
Figure 4-1 shows the FTTH network application.

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Figure 4-1 FTTH network application

IPTV server

N2000 BMS

MG

LAN switch CATV server OLT BRAS

Combiner

Optical splitter

ONU STB

Phone

PC

CATV

IPTV

OLT: Optical Line Terminal STB: set top box MG: media gateway

ONU: optical network unit BRAS: broadband remote access server

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Data service The PCs are connected to the MA5603T through the ONTs. The PCs are then connected to the IP network through the BRAS.

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Video service The video traffic is sent to the ONTs in the IPTV or cable television (CATV) mode.

IPTV In the IPTV mode, the video service is delivered over IP multicast traffic, supplying users with various programs. The MA5603T manages the multicast user rights and programs based on IGMP proxy and controllable multicast. After the users have passed the authentication, the MA5603T transmits the IGMP protocol packets to the device at the aggregation layer. The multicast server transmits the video traffic to the MA5603T through the backbone network and the convergence network. The MA5603T forwards the traffic to the user terminals based on the authentication results. At the user end, the STB terminates video signals, performs media conversion, and controls program switching.

CATV In the CATV mode, traditional analogue signals of TV programs are transmitted over the twisted pairs. Through the electrical-to-optical conversion, video streams are converted into downstream optical waves, and then superposed with downstream optical waves of the GPON in the wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) mode. The superposed waves are transmitted to the ONT in the downstream direction through an optical fiber. Then the ONT separates the video signals from the waves, and sends the signals to the TV. In this way, the video service is realized.

4.1.2 Mobile Bearer Network Application


The MA5603T supports the mobile bearer network application, which converges the fixed network and mobile network on the bearer plane, helps save the CAPEX and OPEX, and implements the evolution of IP-based network.

Service Description
To address the growing number of mobile users and increasing demand for the mobile data and video services, 3G mobile stations need to be increased to provide high bandwidth. Compared with the SDH/ATM private line technologies, the IP return transmission technology not only offers an easy return transmission solution for base stations, but also helps to greatly save the cost for base station return transmission. In the mobile bearer network application, the IP-based return transmission technology is adopted as a replacement of the TDM-based or ATM-based return transmission technology to realize integration of fixed and mobile networks at the bearer layer. In this way, the need to maintain only one network helps to reduce the CapEx and OpEx, thus facilitating evolution to an all-IP network.

Network Topology
Figure 4-2 shows the sample network of the mobile bearer network application.

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Figure 4-2 Mobile bearer network application


3G Core network

BSC N*E1

RNC

STM-1 Gateway

BITS

IP/MPLS/PWE3/ OAM/TE

OLT ONU PON E1 (TDM) FE (IP)

Base station (2G)

Base station (3G) Clock signal

Network Description
The mobile bearer network application features the following:
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The base station adopts distributed mode, and provides IP ports and E1 ports.

The base station adopts distributed mode. The data service is sent upstream through the IP ports. The data service requires high bandwidth. Hence, the base station adopts IP ports for data service transmission, thus improving the bandwidth utilization for the upstream data service. The IP ports support data access. For the large number of legacy base stations and the base stations that are presently under construction, IP uplink connection is not adopted, and only E1 ports are used. The E1 ports must support PWE3 to facilitate service bearing over an IP network.

The E1 ports provided by the base station support return transmission through PWE3.

The MA5603T obtains the clock information from the BITS, and sends the clock information to the downstream mobile base stations through the ONT. In this way, clock synchronization is
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maintained between the base station, the BSC and the RNC, thus ensuring that the end users are not affected during a service switchover between the base stations.

4.1.3 TDM Private Line Network Application


The MA5603T supports the TDM private line network application, meeting the requirements of enterprise users for the private line interconnection across the MAN.

Service Description
The MA5603T supports the TDM private line network application. In the TDMoGEM mode, the TDM frame is directly encapsulated to the GPON GEM frame so that the TDM service can be transmitted in a GPON network.

Network Topology
Figure 4-3 shows the TDM private line network application. Figure 4-3 TDM private line network application
Ethernet E1 Base station ONT OLT Ethernet E1 ONT Business center Ethernet ONT E1 Business center TDMoGEM E1/STM-1 SDH GPON GPON

Ethernet

Network Description
The E1/STM-1 ports of the ONT access the TDM traffic from the base stations and enterprises. The ONT sends both the Ethernet traffic and the TDM traffic to the OLT. The OLT differentiates the Ethernet traffic and the TDM traffic, and sends the traffic to the IP network and the SDH network, respectively.

4.2 Service Features


The MA5603T supports network applications such as MSTP network application, QinQ network application, VLAN stacking and Triple play network application.
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4.2.1 MSTP Network Application The MA5603T supports the MSTP network application, providing redundant links with a better load balancing function, which is applicable to all the networks with the service protection requirement. 4.2.2 QinQ Application The MA5603T supports the QinQ network application. This application saves the public VLAN ID resources and implements the transparent transmission of private VLANs to the public network. 4.2.3 VLAN Stacking Application The MA5603T supports VLAN stacking network application to implement the VLAN extended service and multi-ISP wholesale service. 4.2.4 Triple Play Application The powerful service processing capability of the MA5603T helps provide voice, data, and video services to users simultaneously with guaranteed QoS.

4.2.1 MSTP Network Application


The MA5603T supports the MSTP network application, providing redundant links with a better load balancing function, which is applicable to all the networks with the service protection requirement.

Service Description
The Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol (MSTP) is compatible with the Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) and Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP). In addition, MSTP can remedy the drawback of STP and RSTP. MSTP supports quick booting, and can also provide enhanced load balancing function for redundant links. MSTP is applicable to a network with the service-protection requirement.

Network Topology
Figure 4-4 shows the MSTP application.

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Figure 4-4 MSTP application

Aggregation layer

FE/GE MA5603T

Access layer

MA5603T

MA5603T

MA5603T

P2P ONT
NOTE

The wine loop in the figure indicates the MSTP loop structure.

Network Description
The MA5603Ts form an MSTP network, which meets the service-protection requirement, saves the optical fiber resources, and configures the spanning tree instance based on the VLAN to implement load balancing for upstream ports. Because an MSTP network requires switchover time and has limitations on the number of MAC addresses, it is not recommended to build an MSTP network at major nodes where there are a large number of users.

4.2.2 QinQ Application


The MA5603T supports the QinQ network application. This application saves the public VLAN ID resources and implements the transparent transmission of private VLANs to the public network.

Service Description
The 802.1q in 802.1q (QinQ) application supports allocation of public VLAN IDs to user packets that have VLAN tags so that the packets can be transmitted in the backbone network using the
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public VLAN IDs. In this way, public VLAN ID resources are greatly saved, and the P2P interconnection between private line users across the MAN is facilitated.

Network Topology
Figure 4-5 shows the QinQ application. Figure 4-5 QinQ application

Router

MA5603T

VLAN 3

VLAN 3

MA5603T QinQ private line

ONT

ONT

L2

L2

VLAN2 user

VLAN1 user

VLAN2 user

VLAN1 user

Network Description
In the QinQ application, the user packets transmitted in the backbone network have two layers of VLAN tags: a public VLAN tag and a private VLAN tag.
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On the user side The enterprise users are connected to the MA5603T through the ONT and the traffic is delivered in the VLAN mode. The users of VLAN 1 and VLAN 2 are connected to the MA5603T. The MA5603T allocates a public VLAN ID (VLAN 3 with the QinQ attribute) to the packets, and forwards the packets to the upper layer network.

On the network side In the backbone network, the packets are transmitted based on the public VLAN ID. After the packets reach the MA5603T on the other side of the backbone network, the MA5603T removes the public VLAN tag from the packets, and passes the packets to the user side device.

In the QinQ application, the transparent transmission of the private VLAN in the public network is supported and public VLAN ID resources are saved. A simple two-layer virtual private network (VPN) channel is provided to realize the function of transparent transmission of private VLANs and services to the peer end and to expand the private network.
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4.2.3 VLAN Stacking Application


The MA5603T supports VLAN stacking network application to implement the VLAN extended service and multi-ISP wholesale service.

Service Description
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VLAN extension: This is used to increase the number of VLANs and identify users. Multi-ISP wholesale service: The upper layer network works in L2 working mode and the packets are directly transmitted based on the VLAN and the MAC address.

VLAN stacking is similar to QinQ in implementation, but the user packet of VLAN stacking is encapsulated with two VLAN tags and the user packet of QinQ is encapsulated with one VLAN tag.

Network Topology
Figure 4-6 shows the VLAN stacking application. Figure 4-6 VLAN stacking application

ISP2 GE BRAS GE
Enterprise wholesale users of ISP1 directly connect to ISP1 through L2 forwarding

ISP1

L2/L3
Enterprise wholesale users of ISP2 directly connect to ISP2 through L2 forwarding

L2/L3

GE
Common Internet users are identified by two VLAN tags with help from the upper layer BRAS

GE MA5603T

MA5603T

GE

MA5603T

ONU

ONT

ONT

ONT

ONU

ONT

Company A

PC

PC

PC

Company B

PC

BRAS: Broadband Remote Access Server

ISP: Internet Service Provider

Network Description
In the VLAN stacking application, the BRAS must authenticate both layers of VLAN tags. When a packet reaches the MA5603T, it is tagged with two VLAN tags (outer VLAN and inner VLAN),
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and then transmitted to the associated ISP based on the outer VLAN tag. The user is identified by the inner VLAN tag. The VLAN stacking application ensures that the VLANs can be reused, and realizes the multiIPS wholesale service.

4.2.4 Triple Play Application


The powerful service processing capability of the MA5603T helps provide voice, data, and video services to users simultaneously with guaranteed QoS.

Service Description
The MA5600T supports the following triple play solutions:
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Triple play solution through multiple GEM ports Different GEM ports are used to differentiate different traffic streams. Different traffic streams are mapped to different GEM ports according to the VLAN ID, 802.1p, or physical port, and then sent to the MA5600T for processing.

Triple play solution through a single GEM ports The MA5600T differentiates the service streams according to the Ethernet type of the userside packet, VLAN ID at the user side, and 802.1p domain at the user side, and then control the traffic streams. The current ONT need not be re-configured, which saves the GEM port resource.

Network Topology
Figure 4-7 shows the triple play application.

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Figure 4-7 Triple play application

Softswitch IPTV server BRAS

MG L2/L3 LAN switch

MA5603T

Triple play

ONT STB

Phone

PC

TV

Network Description
In this scenario, triple play users are connected to the MA5603T through the ONT. The MA5603T provides voice service, data (Internet access) service,and video service to the users.
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Voice service After passing the ONT, the VoIP packets reach the MA5603T. The MA5603T then transmits the packets to the IMS network, or to the PSTN network through an MG.

Data service The data packets from PCs are transmitted to the MA5603T through the ONT, and then to the IP network in the upstream direction after they are processed by the BRAS.

Video service

The video service is delivered over IP multicast traffic, providing users with various programs. The MA5603T manages the multicast user rights and programs based on IGMP proxy and controllable multicast. After the users have passed the authentication, the MA5603T transmits the IGMP proxy control packets upstream to the multicast server to manage the multicast users and the programs.
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The multicast server transmits the video service traffic to the MA5603T through the backbone network and the convergence network. The MA5603T forwards the traffic to the user terminals based on the authentication results. At the user end, the set top box (STB) is used to terminate video signals, performs media conversion, and control program switching.

The triple play solution enables simultaneous multi-service access on the same user terminal.

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About This Chapter

Device Management

This topic helps you to learn the method for managing the MA5603T, and the function and network of the N2000 BMS. 5.1 Overview You can manage, maintain, and monitor the MA5603T through the command line interface (CLI) or the NMS. 5.2 Management Through the CLI In the CLI mode, you can manage and maintain the MA5603T after logging in to it through the serial port or Ethernet port. 5.3 Management Through the N2000 BMS The operator can manage and maintain the MA5603T through the N2000 BMS.

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5.1 Overview
You can manage, maintain, and monitor the MA5603T through the command line interface (CLI) or the NMS.
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Management through the command line interface (CLI), where the following two modes are available:

Local or remote maintenance through a serial port connection Remote maintenance over a Telnet session

Management through the EMS based on SNMP, where the following two modes are available:

Inband mode Outband mode

5.2 Management Through the CLI


In the CLI mode, you can manage and maintain the MA5603T after logging in to it through the serial port or Ethernet port. Figure 5-1 shows the networking for maintenance through the CLI. Figure 5-1 Maintaining the MA5603T through the CLI
Serial port/ network port MA5603T Serial port/ network port Serial port

Telnet terminal

Modem Modem Remote maintenance terminal

Local maintenance terminal

5.3 Management Through the N2000 BMS


The operator can manage and maintain the MA5603T through the N2000 BMS. 5.3.1 Overview of the N2000 BMS The N2000 BMS Fixed Network Integrated Management System (hereinafter called N2000 BMS) is the network management system developed by Huawei, managing the fixed network devices of Huawei, including broadband access devices and integrated access devices. 5.3.2 Running Environment
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The running environment of the N2000 BMS should meet the requirements of hardware configuration and software configuration. 5.3.3 Management Functions The N2000 BMS provides superior management functions such as topology management, performance management, fault management, and security management. 5.3.4 Typical Networking Modes The N2000 BMS can be networked with the MA5603T in the inband mode and outband mode.

5.3.1 Overview of the N2000 BMS


The N2000 BMS Fixed Network Integrated Management System (hereinafter called N2000 BMS) is the network management system developed by Huawei, managing the fixed network devices of Huawei, including broadband access devices and integrated access devices. The N2000 BMS is an EMS of Huawei that manages the broadband and narrowband access devices of Huawei. The N2000 BMS communicates with the MA5603T through SNMP to manage the MA5603T.

5.3.2 Running Environment


The running environment of the N2000 BMS should meet the requirements of hardware configuration and software configuration.

Server Hardware Configuration


A PC server or a UNIX workstation is required for the server hardware configuration. The EMS server to be used depends on the actual management requirement. For a medium or a large EMS, a UNIX workstation is recommended.

Server Software Configuration


Windows platform: Windows 2003 Server + SQL Server 2000 UNIX platform: Solaris 10 + Sybase 12.5 N2000 BMS software: N2000 BMS server application software

Client Hardware Configuration


A PC or a UNIX workstation is required for the client hardware configuration. A UNIX workstation is expensive. Hence, it is not recommended.

Client Software Configuration


Operating system: Windows XP Professional Application software: N2000 BMS client application software

5.3.3 Management Functions


The N2000 BMS provides superior management functions such as topology management, performance management, fault management, and security management.
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The management functions of the N2000 BMS include the following:
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Topology management Performance management Fault management Security management Batch service provisioning Backup and uploading of NE data Database management Abundant management interfaces Environment and power supply monitoring Graphic user interface Configuration management

Topology Management
The N2000 BMS can display the NEs in the entire network in one topology view. Through a unified management platform, it can monitor and manage all NEs in the network. This facilitates network maintenance tasks.

Performance Monitoring and Traffic Measurement


The N2000 BMS helps you to monitor system performance and collect traffic statistics of all NEs or a specified NE in the network so that the network resources can be utilized optimally.

Fault Management
The N2000 BMS provides an overall network alarm management solution, which enables you to locate and troubleshoot faults quickly. In addition, to simplify the troubleshooting, the N2000 BMS supports window switching. For example, it allows switching from the topological window to the alarm window, or switching from the alarm window to a faulty port.

Security Management
The N2000 BMS manages the network based on different user rights and different domains. It can divide user rights based on users, user groups, operations, applications, or ACLs. It supports the following operations over the clients:
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Automatic lock Forced disconnection Collection of user logs

Batch Service Provisioning


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The N2000 BMS supports batch service processing to reduce the time in deploying the service and responding to users' demands.

Backup and Loading of NE Data


The N2000 BMS provides manual or timed backup or loading of data of all NEs or a specified NE in the network. This enhances the security of the NE data in the network and decreases the load in large scale in-service loading of device software.

Database Management
The N2000 BMS provides the following:
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A tool to back up and restore the EMS database. This enhances security of the system data. A monitoring terminal to remotely monitor the running status of the EMS server and the usage of the EMS database.

In addition, the N2000 BMS supports the remote dual-system backup scheme to ensure the database security.

Abundant Management Interfaces


The N2000 BMS provides various southbound network interfaces, such as Telnet, SYSLOG and SNMP for different management objects to realize rich element management functions. In addition, the N2000 BMS provides standardized northbound interfaces such as SNMP and TL1. They provide automated alarm, topology, and data restoration functions to the OSS and the network management system. This helps the carriers in setting up an overall support platform for the network monitoring and automated service provisioning.

Environment and Power Supply Monitoring


The N2000 BMS monitors environment and power supply of the NEs in a centralized manner. This feature helps you to obtain information about the environment and the power supply in time.

Graphic User Interface


The N2000 BMS provides user-friendly graphic user interfaces, including the following:
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Network topology view Panel view Terminal management view

In addition, the N2000 BMS provides a complete and easy-to-use online help system to assist you in the operation.

Configuration Management
The N2000 BMS provides multiple configuration functions for the MA5603T.
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5.3.4 Typical Networking Modes


The N2000 BMS can be networked with the MA5603T in the inband mode and outband mode.

Inband Mode
Inband mode refers to a networking mode for network device management that is implemented through the service channel provided by the managed devices. In this mode, the network management interaction information is delivered over the service channel provided by the managed device. Figure 5-2 shows the EMS networking in the inband mode. Figure 5-2 Inband EMS networking
EMS client A EMS client B

Integrated EMS center

N2000 BMS

BRAS

MA5603T

MA5603T

NOTE

In the figure, the blue line indicates the management channel. The MA5603T passes the IP network, passes the BRAS authentication, and then reaches the NMS center.

The advantages of the inband networking are as follows:


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Flexible networking Cost-effective, because no additional device is required

The disadvantage of the inband networking is that maintenance tasks cannot be carried out when the service channel fails.

Outband Mode
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The outband mode refers to a networking mode for network device management that is implemented through other channels, and not through the service channel. In this mode, the management channel is independent of the service channel. Figure 5-3 shows the EMS networking in the outband mode. Figure 5-3 Outband EMS networking
EMS client A EMS client B

Integrated EMS center

N2000 BMS

Router Maintenance network port

Maintenance network port MA5603T

MA5603T

NOTE

In the figure, the blue line indicates the management channel. The MA5603T is directly connected to the NMS center.

The advantages of the outband networking are as follows:


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Channels for device management are more reliable than those in the inband mode. The N2000 BMS can timely locate the fault in a managed device, and monitor the managed device in real time.

The disadvantage of the outband networking is that additional devices are required to provide maintenance channels that are independent of service channels.

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Technical Specifications and Standards Compliance

About This Chapter


This topic helps you to learn the parameters and specifications of the MA5603T, and also provides the standards that the MA5603T complies with. 6.1 Device Parameters This topic describes the running environment requirements, power supply parameters, device parameters of the MA5603T. 6.2 System Performance and Capacity This topic describes the system performance, device configuration, and port types and quantity of the MA5603T. 6.3 Service and Maintenance Characteristics This topic describes the service and maintenance characteristics of the MA5603T. 6.4 Standards Compliance This topic provides the reliability standards, packaging standards, and environment adaptability standards of the MA5603T.

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6.1 Device Parameters


This topic describes the running environment requirements, power supply parameters, device parameters of the MA5603T. 6.1.1 Running Environment This topic describes the running environment requirements of the MA5603T. 6.1.2 Power Supply Parameters This topic describes the power supply parameters of the MA5603T. 6.1.3 Shelf Parameters This topic describes the dimension/Weight (Empty) and maximum power consumption of the MA5603T. 6.1.4 Board Parameters This topic describes the Board Parameters of the MA5603T.

6.1.1 Running Environment


This topic describes the running environment requirements of the MA5603T. Table 6-1 Environment parameters of the MA5603T Parameter Ambient working temperature Ambient working humidity Air pressure Altitude Specification -25C to +55C 5% RH to 95% RH 70 kPa to 106 kPa 4000 m

6.1.2 Power Supply Parameters


This topic describes the power supply parameters of the MA5603T. Table 6-2 Power supply parameters of the MA5603T Parameter Power supply Working voltage range Specification DC power supply -38.4 V to -72 V

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6.1.3 Shelf Parameters


This topic describes the dimension/Weight (Empty) and maximum power consumption of the MA5603T.

Shelf Parameters
Table 6-3 Parameters of the MA5603T shelf Item Dimensions (W x D x H) Maximum Power Consumption of a FullyLoaded Shelf 770 W Weight (Empty)

Chassis (without mounting brackets) Chassis (with mounting brackets of IECstandard)) Chassis (with mounting brackets of ETSIstandard)

442 mm x 283.2 mm x 263.9 mm 482.6 mm x 283.2 mm x 263.9 mm 535 mm x 283.2 mm x 263.9 mm

7 kg

6.1.4 Board Parameters


This topic describes the Board Parameters of the MA5603T. Table 6-4 Parameters of the MA5603T boards Board SCUL OPFA GPBC GPBD ETHA TOPA PRTE Dimensions (W x D x H) 22.86 mm x 208 mm x 395.4 mm 22.86 mm x 208 mm x 395.4 mm 22.86 mm x 208 mm x 395.4 mm 22.86 mm x 208 mm x 395.4 mm 22.86 mm x 208 mm x 395.4 mm 22.86 mm x 208 mm x 395.4 mm 25.4 mm x 208 mm x 105.1 mm Maximum Power Consumption 42 W 31 W 78 W 55 W 27 W 25 W 0.2 W

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Board GICF GICG X1CA X2CA FMCA

Dimensions (W x D x H) 25.4 mm x 208 mm x 197.2 mm 25.4 mm x 208 mm x 197.2 mm 25.4 mm x 208 mm x 197.2 mm 25.4 mm x 208 mm x 197.2 mm 248 mm x 85 mm x 1.6 mm

Maximum Power Consumption 5W 9W 11 W 21 W 84 W(including 6 fans)

6.2 System Performance and Capacity


This topic describes the system performance, device configuration, and port types and quantity of the MA5603T.

System Performance
Table 6-5 lists the system performance parameters.

Table 6-5 System performance parameters Parameter Backplane bus switching capacity System L2 packet forwarding Control board switching capacity Specification 320 Gbit/s 600 Mpps 400 Gbit/s

Device Configuration
Table 6-6 lists the device configurations. Table 6-6 Device configuration parameters Parameter Management port Specification
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One 10/100 Mbit/s network port for maintenance One serial port for local configuration One environment monitoring port
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Parameter Maximum number of GE upstream ports in a shelf

Specification 4 GE Optical ports (GICF) 4 GE Electrical ports (GICG) 128 GE Optical port (ETHB)

Maximum number of 10GE upstream ports in a shelf

2 (X1CA) 4 (X2CA) 4 (X2CS)

Maximum number of GPON ports in a shelf Maximum number of GPON ONTs in a shelf

48 3072

Port Type and Quantity


Table 6-7 lists the management ports. Table 6-7 MA5603T management ports Port Type Port Specification Provided by SCUL SCUL Ports per Board 1 1

Outband Ethernet port 10Base-Tx/ 100Base-Tx Local serial port Console

Table 6-8 lists the upstream ports. Table 6-8 MA5603T upstream ports Port Type E1 port STM-1 port GE optical port GE electrical port 10GE optical port Port Specification E1 STM-1 1000Base-Sx/Lx 1000Base-Tx 10 Gbit/s Provided by NH1A O2CE GICF GICG X1CA X2CA X2CS Ports per Board 16 2 2 2 1 2 2

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Table 6-9 MA5603T service ports Port Type P2P FE optical port GPON port Provided by OPFA GPBC GPBD GE optical port ETHA ETHB Ports per Board 16 4 8 8 8

6.3 Service and Maintenance Characteristics


This topic describes the service and maintenance characteristics of the MA5603T.

Service Characteristics
Table 6-10 lists the service characteristics of the MA5603T. Table 6-10 Service characteristics of the MA5603T Category Wire speed L2/L3 switching VLAN Specification Supported by all ports. All the ports support line rate forwarding Up to 4K VLANs based on 802.1q, in the range of 1 to 4093 15 reserved VLANs, whose ID range can be adjusted Up to 4K VLANs those can be transparently transmitted through a port Dropping of downstream broadcast packets, unknown unicast packets, and unknown multicast packets on a service board based on the VLAN Dropping of upstream multicast packets on a service board based on the VLAN Standard VLAN, smart VLAN and MUX VLAN Smart VLAN and MUX VLAN applications at the layer 2 QinQ VLAN and VLAN stacking VLAN QinQ priority configuration Use of the C-VLAN ID and priority at the user side for the inner VLAN and priority of a traffic stream by default VLAN stacking management based on the port or traffic stream VLAN-based loopback
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Category Multicast

Specification Up to 4K multicast groups 32 multicast groups for a multicast user at the same time IGMP proxy and IGMP snooping Controllable multicast to implement:
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Multicast access right control Multicast source control Multicast user management

TDM private line service

E1/STM-1 port TDM over GEM mode

Stratum-3 clock GE extension MSTP ARP

Stratum-3 clock required by the TDM private line access service Extension and subtending of the GE upstream port Compatible with STP/RSTP ARP ARP proxy

Port aggregation/Port protection

The GIC board supports up to four aggregated port groups. Up to eight ports at the same rate can be aggregated in a group. LACP The GIC board supports port protection pairs Ethernet clock synchronization Inter-board aggregation of the ETHB board

Active/Standby switchover Broadcast storm suppression Port mirroring MAC address table

Active/standby switchover of the control boards Broadcast storm suppression based on a certain broadband percentage Port mirroring based on port, MAC address, IP address, or TCP/ UDP port number Address learning in compliance with IEEE 802.1d Management of the maximum number of learnable MAC addresses based on the traffic stream. Configuration and management of dynamic and static MAC addresses Up to 16k MAC addresses

Flow control

IEEE 802.3x flow control (full-duplex)

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Specification Back pressure flow control (half-duplex)

QoS

SBA/DBA of the GPON line The traffic stream classification based on the GEM port Eight priority queues and the combination of the SP and WRR algorithms CoS (802.1p) and traffic prioritization (802.1p is used by default.) Marking of the IP priority or DSCP priority based on ACL rules Re-marking of the 802.1p priority Re-marking of the CoS priority Flexible mapping of CoS priorities and scheduling queues Re-marking of double rate tricolor priority Rate limit based on the port or the CoS priority The following activities based on the traffic rule:
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Packet filtering Packet redirection Flow mirroring Traffic statistics Traffic policing Queue scheduling on a port Rate limit on a port Priority strategies VLAN change strategies

Ethernet OAM Security

802.1ag at the user side Hierarchical right control, that is, different rights for users at different levels L2 user isolation and controlled mutual access RADIUS authentication of the management users DHCP Option60 to identify the device type at the user end Prevention of DoS attacks on the system ACL-based access control Prevention of IP/MAC Spoofing for DHCP users Prevention of MAC Spoofing for PPPoE users

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Specification Restriction on the number of MAC addresses based on the traffic stream Static MAC address configuration based on the traffic stream IP address binding based on the traffic stream ONU/ONT SN and password authentication MAC address filtering on the user side PITP and DHCP Option82 to uniquely identify a user SSH V2 Downstream FEC AES 128-bit encryption

GPON terminal management

ONU/ONT management based on OMCI Management of different types of ONUs/ONTs through terminal profiles Pre-configuration and auto-discovery of the ONU/ONT ONU/ONT diagnosis, test, and fault management

GPON port

4096 GEM ports 256 T-CONTs The Alloc-ID is in the range of 0 to 4095. Each port of an ONT supports up to eight VLANs.

Management and Maintenance Characteristics


Table 6-11 lists the maintenance and management characteristics of the MA5603T. Table 6-11 Maintenance characteristics of the MA5603T Category Management Specification Console configuration Remote SSH/Telnet configuration CLI configuration and Radius authentication SNMPv1, SNMPv2, SNMPv3 management Management through the N2000 BMS System log
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Specification Hierarchical alarms Alarm filtering Alarm storm suppression

Maintenance

Output of debugging information Ping Trace Route Remote SSH/Telnet maintenance

Loading and upgrading

Loading and upgrading through Xmodem Loading and upgrading through FTP, TFTP, and SFTP Loading and upgrading upon startup Online loading and upgrading Automatic reporting of the alarms, logs, and data to the FTP server

Performance statistics

Ethernet performance statistics on the network side Performance statistics of the ports at the service access side Performance statistics of terminal traffic Multicast traffic statistics IGMP proxy and IGMP snooping performance statistics DHCP Option82 performance statistics

6.4 Standards Compliance


This topic provides the reliability standards, packaging standards, and environment adaptability standards of the MA5603T.

Environment Adaptability Standards


Standard IEC 60529 ETS 300 019-1-3 Name Degrees of protection provided by enclosures (IP Code) Environmental Engineering (EE); Environmental conditions and environmental tests for telecommunications equipment; Part 1-3: Classification of environmental conditions; Stationary use at weatherprotected locations

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Electromagnetism Compatibility Standards


Standard IEC 61000-4-2 IEC 61000-4-3 Name Electromagnetic compatibility-Part 4-2: Testing and measurement techniques-Electrostatic discharge immunity test Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 4-3: Testing and measurement techniques-Radiated, radio-frequency, electromagnetic field immunity test Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 4-4: Testing and measurement techniques-Electrical fast transient/burst immunity test Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 4-5: Testing and measurement techniques-Surge immunity test Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 4-6: Testing and measurement techniques-Immunity to conducted disturbances, induced by radio-frequency fields Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 4-29: Testing and measurement techniques-Voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage variations on d.c. input power port immunity tests Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) Section 4.2 Electrostatic discharge immunity test- Basic EMC Publication Electromagnetic compatibility Part 4-3: Testing and measurement techniques-Radiated, radio-frequency, electromagnetic field immunity test Electromagnetic compatibility Part 4: Testing and measurement techniques Section 4: Electrical fast transient/burst immunity testBasic EMC publication Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)- Part 4-5: Testing and measurement techniques-Surge immunity test Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 4: Testing and measurement techniques Section 6: immunity to conducted disturbance, induced by radio-frequency fields Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 4-29: Testing and measurement techniques-Voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage variations on d.c. input power port immunity tests Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM); Telecommunication network equipment; Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) requirements Information technology equipment-Radio disturbance characteristics- Limits and methods of measurement Information technology equipment-Immunity characteristicsLimits and methods of measurement

IEC 61000-4-4

IEC 61000-4-5 IEC 61000-4-6

EN 61000-4-29

EN 61000-4-2 EN 61000-4-3

EN 61000-4-4

EN 61000-4-5 EN 61000-4-6

IEC 61000-4-29

ETSI EN 300 386 V1.3.3 EN55022 EN55024

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Standard ITU-T K.20 CISPR 22 CISPR24 ITU-T K.32 ITU-T K.44

Name Resistibility of telecommunication equipment installed in a telecommunications centre to overvoltages and overcurrents Information technology equipment-Radio disturbance characteristics-Limits and methods of measurement Information technology equipment-immunity characteristics limits and methods of measurement Immunity requirements and test methods for electrostatic discharge to telecommunication equipment - Generic EMC Recommendation SERIES K: PROTECTION AGAINST INTERFERENCE Resistibility test for telecommunication equipment exposed to overvoltages and overcurrents - Basic recommendation

Safety Standards
Standard EN 60950-1 EN 60825-1 EN 60825-2 IEC 60825-1 IEC 60825-2 IEC 60950-1 Name Information Technology Equipment - safety - Part 1: General Requirements Safety of laser products - Part 1- Equipment classification, requirement and user's guide Safety of laser products - Part 2- Safety of optical fibre communication Safety of laser products - Part 1- Equipment classification, requirement and user's guide Safety of laser products - Part 2- Safety of optical fibre communication Information Technology Equipment - safety - Part 1: General Requirements

Other International Standards


Standard ITU-T G.983.3 ITU-T G.983.3 Amendment 1 ITU-T G.983.4 Name A broadband optical access system with increased service capability by wavelength allocation A broadband optical access system with increased service capability by wavelength allocation Amendment 1 A broadband optical access system with increased service capability using dynamic bandwidth assignment

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Standard ITU-T G.983.5 ITU-T G.652 ITU-T G.692 ITU-T G.872 ITU-T G.873 ITU-T G.911 Draft prETS 300 672 ITU-T M.3010 ITU-T -G.704 ITU-T G.703 ITU-T G.823 ITU-T G.957 ITU-T G.825 RFC2236 RFC1155 RFC1493 RFC1643 RFC2236 RFC2613 RFC2652 RFC1027 Internet-Draft

Name A broadband optical access system with enhanced survivability Characteristics of a single-mode optical fibre and cable Optical interfaces for multi-channel systems with optical amplifiers Architecture of optical transport network Optical transport networks requirements Parameters and calculation methodologies for reliability and availability of fiber optic systems TM 1 Relevant generic characteristics of optical amplifier devices and sub-systems Principles for a Telecommunications management network Synchronous Frame Structures Used at Primary Hierarchical Levels, July 1995. Physical/electrical characteristics of hierarchical digital interfaces The control of jitter and wander within digital networks which are based on the 2048 kbit/s hierarchy Optical interfaces for equipments and systems relating to the synchronous digital hierarchy The control of jitter and wander within digital networks which are based on the synchronous digital hierarchy (SDH) IGMPv2 Structure and identifier of the Internet management information based on TCP/IP Bridge MIB Definitions of Managed Objects for the Ethernet-like Interface Types Internet Group Management Protocol, Version 2 Internet Remote Network Monitoring MIB Extensions for Switched Networks Ethernet Interface MIB Using ARP to implement transparent subnet gateways (ARP Proxy) Virtual Broadband Access Server Protocol for communicating between BAS and IP-DSLAM (draft-abel-vbas-01.txt)

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A ACL AES ARP B BITS BRAS BSC

Acronyms and Abbreviations

access control list Advanced Encryption Standard Address Resolution Protocol

building integrated timing supply system broadband remote access server base station controller

C CAC CAR CATV CLI CoS CO CSMA connection admission control committed access rate cable TV command line interface class of service central office carrier sense multiple access

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DSLAM

digital subscriber line access multiplexer

E ESD ETS ETSI electrostatic discharge European Telecommunication Standards European Telecommunication Standards Institute

F FE FEC FTP FTTB FTTH fast Ethernet forward error correction File Transfer Protocol fiber to the building fiber to the home

G GE GEM GPON gigabit Ethernet GPON encapsulation mode gigabit-capable passive optical network

I IAS ICMP IEC IEEE IGMP IP IPTV ISP ITU-T integrated access software Internet Control Message Protocol International Electrotechnical Commission Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Internet Group Management Protocol Internet Protocol IP Television internet service provider International Telecommunication Union - Telecommunication Standardization Sector

L LACP
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LAN

local area network

M MAC MAP MIB MSTP medium access control multi-media access platform management information base Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol

N NMS network management system

O OAM OLT OMCI ONT ONU OSS operation, administration and management optical line terminal ONT management and control interface optical network terminal optical network unit operation support system

P P2P PC PITP PMD PPP point to point personal computer Policy Information Transfer Protocol physical media dependent Point to Point Protocol

Q QinQ QoS 802.1q in 802.1q quality of service

R RADIUS remote authentication dial in user service

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Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol

S SBA SDH SN SNMP SP SQL STB STP static bandwidth allocation synchronous digital hierarchy serial number Simple Network Management Protocol strict priority structured query language set top box Spanning Tree Protocol

T T-CONT TCP/IP TDM TFTP TG TL1 TV transmission container Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol time division multiplexing Trivial File Transfer Protocol trunk gateway transaction language 1 television

U UDP User Datagram Protocol

V VLAN virtual LAN

W WDM WRR wavelength division multiplexing weighted round robin

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