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Section 1 Page 1

Objectives
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 Upon successful completion of this module, you will be able to

describe:







The differences in the chassis and system architecture of the SR-7 and
the SR-12 compared to the SR-1
The new 7750 SR-c4 / c12
7750 SR system components
The system architecture of the cards
The difference between the control and data plane
A packet walkthrough

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7750 Service Router Family


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7750 SR-12

7750 SR-7

7750 SR-1

 1Tb/s system capacity

 500Gb/s system capacity

 40Gb/s system capacity

 10 I/O slots 20 MDA/ISA


slots

 5 I/O slots 10 MDA/ISA


slots

 Fixed I/O with 2 MDA/ISA


slots

 50 Gb/s per-slot, scaling to


100Gb/s (future)

 50 Gb/s per-slot, scaling to


100Gb/s (future)

 High Availability and ISSU

 High Availability and ISSU

 Scalable multi-service
routing for residential,
business and mobile
services

 Scalable multi-service
routing for residential,
business and mobile
services

 Scalable multi-service
routing for residential,
business and mobile
services

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SR-12 - Dimensions: 24.5H x 17.5W x 25.25D


Redundancy:


AC Power (1 + 1)

DC Power (1 + 1)

Cooling Fans (2 + 1)

Switch Fabrics/Control Processor Modules (SF/CPM) (1 + 1)

SR-7 - Dimensions: 14H x 17.5W x 23.5D


Redundancy:


AC Power (1 + 1)

DC Power (1 + 1)

Cooling Fans (1 + 1)

Switch Fabrics/Control Processor Modules (SF/CPM) (1 + 1)

SR-1 - Dimensions: 2.625"H x 17.5"W x 22.25"D


Redundancy:


AC/DC power (1 AC +1 DC)

DC power (1+1)

Cooling Fans

MDA: Media Dependant Adaptor


ISSU: In Service Software Upgrade

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Introducing the 7750 SR -c4 -c12


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7750 SR-c4

7750 SR-c12

7750 SR-c4 supports up to 90 Gb/s (HD) switching capacity


 Support for up to 4 Compact Media Adapters (CMAs), 2 Media Dependent Adapters

(MDA)s, or a mix of both




7750 SR-c12 supports up to 90 Gb/s (HD) switching capacity


 Support for up to 12 Compact Media Adapters (CMAs), 6 Media Dependent Adapters

(MDA)s, or a mix of both




Target markets include:


 Enterprise and verticals for evolving mission-critical legacy networks to IP/MPLS
 Fixed and mobile operators requiring a scaled service router with lower speed

interfaces for smaller POPs


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The 7750 SR-c12 features redundant Control Forwarding Modules (CFM-XP), a Chassis Control Module
(CCM-XP), Compact Media Adapters (CMA), redundant AC and/or DC power supply modules, a fan tray
and air filter.
Redundancy is achieved when two AC or two DC input supplies are installed. Each supply provides
1200W of power. For redundancy, two AC or two DC systems must be cabled and powered on at all times.
The 7750 SR-c12 system is cooled by 10 integrated high speed fans housed on one fan tray
The 7750 SR-c4 has a single Control Forwarding Module and power supply built into the chassis. The
7750 SR-c4 offers up to 90Gbps half duplex of capacity and full multi-service edge feature set. It
supports two (2) integrated 10 Gigabit Ethernet XFP ports as well as up to two (2) additional MDAs or up
to four (4) CMAs. Redundant power supply in either AC or DC configurations is also provided.
Both flavors support a wide range of MDA and MDA-XP as well as 7710 SR CMA interfaces and include
SyncE support

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The Alcatel-Lucent 7750 SR Family (1)


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1 2 3 4 5 A B 6 7 8 9 10

MDA

MDA

1
2
3
4
5
A
B

A
1

SR-1

SR-7
SR-12
 Modular design with hot-swappable components

Switch Fabric (SF) and Control Processing Module (CPM)


 Input/Output Module (IOM)
 Media Dependent Adapters (MDA)s


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The Alcatel-Lucent Service Router comes in three chassis options: the SR-1, SR-7, and SR-12.
The modular design of the 7750 provides the ability to add or remove hot-swappable cards as required.
There are two types of card slots:

SF/CPM Card Slot


The Switch Fabric (SF) and Control Processing Module (CPM) contains the switch fabric and the control
processor complex. The switch fabric consists of multiple switching elements that are responsible for
sending cells received on one port out another. The processor complex is responsible for the overall
control of the system.

IOM Card Slot


I/O modules (IOM) are responsible for connecting media dependent adaptors (MDA), which provide
physical interface termination, into the system. The IOM processes received frames from an interface to
accomplish all switching decisions. It implements per service QoS functions, access control lists (ACLs)
and accounting, formats frames into cells to be switched through the core fabric, and sends cells to the
fabric. Frames to be sent out interfaces are first received from the fabric as cells, re-assembled into
frames and processed to accomplish egress specific encapsulation as well as per service egress QoS,
filtering and accounting functions.
A CPU section manages the forwarding hardware in each Flexible FastPath complex and participates in
the distributed control plane used in the system.

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The Alcatel-Lucent 7750 SR Family (2)


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CMA

11

12

9
7750 SR-c4

10

7750 SR-c12

 Modular design with hot-swappable components




Chassis Control Module (CCM)

 Modular design with hot-swappable components

Media Dependent Adapters (MDA)s


 Compact Media Adapters (CMA)s


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The Chassis Control Module (CCM) is located on the front of the 7750 SR. The CCM accommodates up to
six compact flash memory cards (three per CFM) that can be used to copy and store system boot,
software images, and configuration files and logs. The CCM provides the console and management
interfaces to the 7750 SR as well as alarm information for the CFM and power supplies. The CCM
supports the following external system interfaces: compact flash slots, console ports, mgmt ports, alarm
indicators and system LEDs.
For compatibility a set of 7750 SR Media Dependent Adapters (MDA) are equally supported through the
use of the Media Carrier Modules (MCM-XP), which slots into two compact media adapter slots.

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The SR-12 Shelf


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SR-12 features:
 Slots for up to ten IOM cards
 Two hot-swappable SF/CPM card






slots; 200 Gbps or 500 Gbps SF/CPM


cards available
Up to twenty hot-swappable MDAs
Hot-swappable cooling fans
Switch fabric/control redundancy
when two SF/CPMs installed
Power redundancy when two power
sources are connected

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The SR-12, with 12 vertical slots, is the largest of the Service Routers. The chassis weighs approximately
73 lbs (33 kg) and fits into a standard 19 inch rack.
The 2 slots in the middle are reserved for two SF/CPM cards. Two SF/CPM cards provides for full
switching and control redundancy. The remaining 10 slots are available for IOM cards. Each IOM card can
hold two MDAs.

All the modules (SF/CPM, IOM, MDA, cooling fans, air filter and power modules) are hot-swappable,
field-replaceable units.
Note: There are two different versions of the SF/CPM module: SFM2 and SFM3. The SFM2 initially
included two variations: SFM-400G for the SR-12 router and SFM-200G for the SR-7 router. These SFM
modules have 500G and 250G capacity, but when these SFMs were named, the line cards could only
utilize 400G and 200G of the capacity, respectively. The SFM-400G has subsequently been renamed
SFM-500G.

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The SR-12 Front and Rear


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SR-12 Front
1. SF/CPM A
2. SF/CPM B
3. MDA 1
4. MDA 2
5.
6.
7.
8.

Cable management system


IOM slot numbers (from 1 to 10 left to right)
Air vent / Air Filter Access
ESD strap connector

SR-12 Rear
1.
2.
3.
4.

Grounding lugs
Cooling fan trays
DC power connectors
Status connectors

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Switch Fabric/Control Plane Module (SF/CPM) Cards


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Redundant SF/CPMs
are supported on the
SR-7 and SR-12

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The Switch Fabric/Control Processing Module: SF/CPM


A Switch Fabric module (SF/CPM) contains two logically separate functions that are physically co-located to
conserve chassis slots.
The first function is a 500Gbps switch (full duplex) constructed from multiple switching elements
The second function is the core control processing for the system. The control processing sub-system uses a
pair of processors that perform all of the centralized chassis management functions and implements the
protocol stacks (BGP, OSPF, ISIS, MPLS, etc.). The processors connect into the switch fabric as well, sending
and receive control plane traffic through this mechanism
Contains three compact flash slots for:
System and bootup images
Configuration files
Logging and accounting files

SR-1
1 SF/CPM integrated with the IOM on the motherboard
No redundancy possible

SR-7
2 load sharing, redundant SF/CPMs, located in slots A and B
Full redundancy

SR-12
2 load sharing, redundant SF/CPMs, located in slots A and B
Full redundancy

In a redundant configuration the SF/CPM allows for hitless switchover using non-stop routing and nonstop service capabilities

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SF/CPM Front Panel


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LEDs
8
1

6
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

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BITs port
DTE/DCE selector for the console port
Serial console port
Auxiliary port
Alarm port
Alarm cutoff/lamp test button
Ethernet management port
Compact flash card slots

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1. BITS port: a RJ-45 connector, used for a network clock source.


2. DTE/DCE selector for the console port: This allows the use of either straight through or cross-over
cable connections to the console port.
3. Serial console port: a DB-9 serial port used to connect a terminal or PC. Used for initial system
startup as well as system configuration and monitoring. The default port configuration is 115200, 8,
N, 1.
4. Auxiliary port: The AUX port is used for a modem, GPS or other auxiliary device connection. On the
SF/CPM3 the AUX port has is an RJ45. (DB-9 on the SF/CPM2)
5. Alarm port: a DB-9 serial port, used to connect to external alarm devices that report conditions that
trigger critical or major alarms.
6. Audible Alarm Cutoff/Lamp Test (AAC/LT) button: pressing the button verifies the operability of
LEDs. The Audible Alarm Cutoff is used to silence external alarms until the next alarm condition
occurs.
7. Management Ethernet port connector and LEDs:
Link LED:
Amber indicates 10 M/bps
Amber (blinking) indicates half-duplex mode
Green indicates 100 M/bps
Unlit indicates operationally down
Data LED:
Green (blinking) indicates RX/TX activity
Amber (blinking) indicates an error condition
8. Compact flash (CF) cards, cf1 ,cf2, and cf3:
cf1 and cf2 are used for logging, configuration, image file backups
cf3 stores the Boot Loader File and the Boot Options File (and possibly the boot image and
configuration files configurable)

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Alcatel-Lucent 7750 SR IOMs, MDAs and SFPs


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10 IOMs per SR-12


5 IOMs per SR-7

2 MDAs per IOM

Small Form-Factor
Pluggable (SFP)

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The Input/Output Module: IOM


The SR7 and SR12 support four IOM types which result in four chassis modes:


Mode a The default mode corresponding to the 20 Gbps IOM with 2MB Pchip memory, called iom20g

Mode b The mode corresponding to the 20Gbps IOM with 4MB of PChip memory, called iom-20gb

Mode c The mode corresponding to the upgraded IOM featuring a faster CPU and additional RAM,
called iom2-20g

Mode d The mode corresponding to the upgraded IOM featuring FlexPath II forwarding complex
and additional RAM, called iom3

The Media Dependent Adaptor: MDA


There are many types of MDAs, a few examples are: 60-port 10/100 Base TX Ethernet MDA, 20-port
100BaseFX MDA, 5/10-port Gigabit Ethernet MDA, 1-port 10GigEthernet MDA, 4-port OC-3c/STM-1/OC12c/STM-4 ATM MDA, 1-port OC-192c/STM-64 SONET/SDH MDA, Versatile Services Module XP, and many
more.The wide variety of MDAs assures the flexibility to the user to build the network according to the
needs.

The Small From-factor Pluggable transceiver: SFP


The SFPs are small optical or copper modules available in a variety of formats and allow the hotswappable replacement of a single module instead of an entire board.
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Alcatel-Lucent 7750 SR c4 c12 CMAs, MCMs / MDAs


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6 MCMs per c-12


2 MCMs per c-4

7750 SR-c12

1 MDA per MCM


12 CMAs per c-12
4 CMAs per c-4

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The Chassis Control Module (CCM) is located on the front of the 7750 SR. The 7750 SR c-12 CCM accommodates up to
six compact flash memory cards (three per CFM) that can be used to copy and store system boot, software images,
and configuration files and logs. The CCM provides the console and management interfaces to the 7750 SR as well as
alarm information for the CFM and power supplies.
The 7750 SR-c12 contains redundant Control and Forwarding Modules (CFM). CFMs use the same FP2 chipset located
on the IOM3s. The CFM connects directly to the midplane and carries traffic between line cards. The midplane
provides high-speed access to the CFM-XP, MDAs and CMAs
The Compact Media Adapter: CMAs
CMAs are interface adapters supporting applications requiring lower port densities.
Examples of CMAs include:


8-port CHAN DS1/E1 CMA

4-port DS3/E3 CMA

2-port OC3/12-STM1/4 SFP CMA

8-port T1/E1 ATM/IMA CMA

1-port CH OC3/STM1 CES CMA

1-port GigE CMA -XP SFP

5-port GigE CMA-XP SFP

Note: CMAs are supported on the 7750 SR c4 / c12 platforms only


The 7750 SR c-4 / c-12 both support Media Dependent Adapters (MDAs). MDAs are used in conjunction with Media
Carrier Modules (MCM). MDAs are installed in MCMs, which are then installed in the 7750 SR c-4 / c-12. The MCM
takes up two CMA slots in the 7750 SR c-4 / c-12.

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Input/Output Modules (IOM3-XP)


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 50 Gbps wire-rate forwarding


 Support in hardware for synchronous Ethernet timing for all optical SFP

applications
 Can co-exist and is interoperable with IOM2-20g and IOM-20g-b IOM
Use Chassis Mode that aligns with the earliest generation of IOM installed
 Supported in both the 7750 SR-12 and 7750 SR-7 chassis
 Support for chassis Mode D when a chassis is configured entirely with IOM3s


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A 7750 SR will be able to operate with a mix of 50Gbps IOM3-XP and 20 Gbps IOM-b and IOM-2s as
well as IMMs allowing the customer to replace the 20 Gbps IOMs as capacity demands increase.
The 7750 SR IOM3-XPs:


Up to 50 Gbps of forwarding performance per each IOM3-XP, up to 25 Gbps per MDA slot

Supported in both the 7750 SR-12 and 7750 SR-7 chassis

Support for most of the existing MDAs with backward and forward compatibility as per latest SR OS
Release Notes

Supports all new high performance MDA-XP

Supports hot removal and hot insertion

64K queues that can be flexibly assigned to any MDA or port, and to either ingress or egress

Support in hardware for synchronous Ethernet timing for all optical SFP applications. (Note: SynchE is
not supported on the SR1 and ESS1 platforms)

Can co-exist and is interoperable with IOM2-20g and IOM-20g-b IOMs (must use Chassis Mode that
aligns with the earliest generation of IOM installed)

Support for chassis Mode D when a chassis is configured entirely with IOM3-XP IOMs

Support expanded scalability, enabled in future releases of SR OS




ARP table size of up to 500K in chassis mode D as well as a MAC table size of 500K for the 7750
SR platform

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Media Dependent Adapters (MDA-XP)


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 IOM-20g-b

or IOM2-20g supports
10Gbps per MDA slot
 IOM3-xp supports 50 Gbps
dynamically allocated across the MDA
slots
 Support oversubscription logic able to
handle traffic prioritization based on
ToS or DSCP bits under overload
conditions
 Support in hardware for synchronous
Ethernet timing for all SFP
applications
 VSM-CCA-XP

48 Port GigE XFP MDA-XP

4 Port 10 GigE XFP MDA-XP

 Second generation VSM MDA

 10

20 Port GigE SFP MDA-XP

Gbps tunable DWDM XFP

VSM-CCA-XP

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MDA-XP:
 Supported on both the 7750 SR-12, 7750 SR-7 7750 SR-c12 and 7710SR chassis
 Supports hot removal and hot insertion
 Support oversubscription logic able to handle traffic prioritization based on ToS or DSCP bits under

overload conditions


Note: Regarding the 48 Port GigE XFP MDA-XP, up to 480 GigE ports per 1/3 rack

 Support in hardware for synchronous Ethernet timing for all optical SFP applications


Note: SynchE is not supported on the SR1 and ESS1 platforms

 Can interoperate with IOM3 using the 25Gbps interface bandwidth between MDA and IOM3 or can can

function at 10Gbps backplane when slotted into an IOM-20gb or IOM2-20g


 Support in hardware for synchronous Ethernet timing for all optical SFP/XFP applications
 VSM CCA-XP supports the original feature set of the VSM while providing twice the throughput at up

to 25Gbps half duplex (12.5Gbps full duplex)




Supported on the 7750 SR-12 and 7750 SR-7 with IOM-20-b, and IOM3-XP.

Can be provisioned as a VSM-CCA, replicating the original VSM-CCA MDA capabilities at 10Gbps

 10 Gbps tunable DWDM XFP optical transceiver supports both 10Gbps Ethernet and SONET/SDH,

allowing the router to be configured to utilize any of the 89 supported channels in the DWDM c-band
grid.

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Small Form-Factor Pluggable (SFP)


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Features:
 Hot-swappable
 Only the required SFPs need to be installed
 Mix and match different types on a single MDA
 Some Alcatel-Lucent SFPs have Digital Diagnostics Monitoring capability
including:






Temperature
Supply voltage
Transmit (TX) bias current
TX output power
Received (RX) power

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Small Form Factor Pluggable Interfaces


Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP) transceivers are small modules available in a variety of formats.
Alcatel-Lucent strongly recommends the use of SFPs that are tested and verified by Alcatel-Lucent.
Alcatel-Lucent programs its SFPs with the type and part number. This enables an operator to easily
determine the SFP type and replacement part number when troubleshooting.
The use of Small Form factor Pluggable (SFP) enables further flexibility in populating MDAs with the
required features on a per-port basis. The combination of hot-pluggable MDAs and SFPs means that
carriers can defer much of the capital expense of each PoP customer interface until a firm order for
service is received.

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Integrated Media Module (IMM)


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 Leverages full 50 Gb/s (full duplex)

slot capacity in 7750 SR







Integrates IOM & MDA onto a single,


full-slot interface module
Supported in 7750 SR-12 and 7750
SR-7 chassis
Can co-exist with existing IOM2-20gb, IOM2-20g and IOM3-XPs
Support for chassis Mode D when a
chassis is configured entirely with
IOM3-XP or IMMs
Support in hardware for synchronous
Ethernet timing for all optical
SFP/XFP applications

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Current IMM options include:




1-port 40GigE IMM

1-port 100GigE IMM

4-port 10GigE IMM

5-port 10GigE IMM

8-port 10GigE IMM (oversubscribed)

10-port 10GigE IMM

12-port 10GigE IMM

48-port GigE (SFP) IMM

48-port GigE (10/100/1000Base-T) IMM

The IMMs are full-slot modules:


 Supported in 7750 SR-12 and 7750 SR-7 chassis
 Support in hardware for synchronous Ethernet timing for all optical SFP/XFP applications
 Can co-exist and is interoperable with existing IOM2-20g-b, IOM2-20g and IOM3-XPs, and all MDA, ISA,

and MDA-XP modules


 Support for chassis Mode D when a chassis is configured entirely with IOM3-XP or IMMs

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Integrated Media Module (IMM) (cont)


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1-port

100G and 12-port 10G Ethernet IMMs

 IMMs operate in a non-redundant mode

utilizing both installed SFMs to achieve up to


100 Gbps capacity per slot

1-port 100GigE IMM

OC-768c/STM-256c DWDM IMM

12-port GigE IMM

 1-port 40 Gbps SONET/SDH high speed interface

1-port OC-768c/STM-256c DWDM IMM

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 1-port 100GigE IMM and 12-port GigE IMM:




Supported in the 7750 SR-7 chassis with 200G or 400G SF/CPMs, 7750
SR-12 chassis with 400G SF/CPMs only

12-port 10GE SFP+ IMM also enables up to 100 Gbps of combined throughput across 12 SFP+ ports

Can co-exist and are interoperable with IOM3-XP, other IMMs, IOM2-20g and IOM-20g-b IOMs (must
use Chassis Mode that aligns with the earliest generation of IOM installed)

 Maximum of 64K queues for ingress and 64K queues for egress, that can be flexibly assigned to any

port
 Support for chassis Mode D when a chassis is configured entirely with IOM3-XP and IMMs
 The 1-port 100G Ethernet CFP and 12-port 10G Ethernet SFP+ IMMs are Release 9.0 additions to the

IMM family


Can co-exist and are interoperable with IOM3-XP, other IMMs, IOM2-20g and IOM-20g-b
IOMs (must use Chassis Mode that aligns with the earliest generation of IOM installed)

 OC-768c/STM-256c DWDM IMM designed for use in transponderless applications where the lambda is

launched from the router into the optical cloud for long reach interconnects


Offers fully tunable c-band (50Ghz spacing)

Can reach distances in excess of 1000 kilometers (with amplifiers and DCMs). OTU3 framing or
SONET-over-OTU3 framing, G.709 FEC and enhanced FEC are standard features.

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Multi-Service Integrated Service Adapters (MS-ISA)


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 Enable high-performance application-specific processing on a single ISA

card (MS-ISA)


Software licenses enable different applications

 Application Assurance (AA):

AA-VPN for business service


 AA-ESM for residential service


 Video Service Delivery:




FCC, RET and Local/Zoned ADI

 IPSec Security Gateway:

Remote Access
 Site-to-Site
 Scalable, high performance encryption


 Broadband:


cgNAT, L2 aware NAT, L2TP Network Server (LNS)

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Traffic requiring additional high-touch processing is diverted to ISA card with no performance impact on
other applications
Reduces the need for external platforms to support these services

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SF/CPM:
 Two SF/CPM per system for full redundancy
 Switch fabric supports up to 1 Tbps (HD)
 Control Processor Module for system control,
centralized protocol processing and management

Media
Dependant
Adapter
(MDA)
Integrated
Service
Adapter
(ISA)

Integrated Media
Module (IMM)

MDA:
 Provide physical Line Termination
 2 MDAs per IOM; 20 MDAs per system
 Up to 25 Gbps (FD) supported per MDA
 Ethernet, SONET/SDH, ATM, CES, ASAP

CPU

AutoDetecting
10 or 25
Gb/s Bus

100 Gb/s
Bus

I/O Module
(IOM)

Switch Fabric &


Control Processor
Module
(SF/CPM)
CPU
CPU

IOM:
 Fully-distributed forwarding and packet processing engine
 Up to 50 Gbps (FD) wire-rate forwarding with services enabled
 Up to 10 IOMs per system

ISA:
 Adds advanced services
to the 7750
IMM:
 Full slot card combining IOM/MDA
 High density/High capacity I/O
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The slide above shows three levels in the hierarchy:


MDAs and IMMs provide the physical interfaces that receive and send the traffic over the links
connected to those interfaces. The interfaces can be Ethernet, SONET/SDH, ATM/Frame Relay or
channelized SONET/SDH
IOMs perform all the encapsulation and data plane forwarding operations for packets entering
(ingress) and leaving (egress) the interfaces. The IOM Flexible Fast Path Complex, under the control
of the IOM CPU, determines how packets are handled
The SF/CPM has two functions:
The Switch Fabric (SF) switches packets among the IOMs based on decisions made by the IOM flexible
fast path.
The Control Processing Module (CPM), a dual processing complex, is the main control center of the
router. It is the control plane manager and makes control decisions that are then passed down to the
IOMs. The CPM functions include system control, centralized routing protocol processing (to update
the IOMs in case of a change), and management.

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The IOM consists of:




Flexible Fast Path complexes





A Control CPU and memory




Traffic Manager - Buffering, policing, shaping, QoS functionality


Network Processers - Packet classification, L2 and L3 FIB lookups, ACL lookups
Controls processing of locally stored Forwarding Information Bases (FIB)

Fabric Access modules




Provide access to the Switch Fabric of the SF/CPM

MDA
1
Flexible Fast
Path Complex

MDA
2

IOM
Control
CPU

Fabric
Access

To Fabric A
To Fabric B

IOM
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The FIB is stored on the Flexible Fast Path processor. The FFPP provides hardware-accelerated assistance in the
lookup of IP addresses within the FIB.
The Flexible Fast Path Complex consists of:
1. The Ingress and Egress Traffic Manager (TM) with memory
Receive packet fragments from the MDA for multiple streams and re-assembles these into frames
Implement QoS policies
Pull scheduled frames from buffer memory, segment them into cells and output them
2. Network processors
Performs all of the QoS classification, destination determination, encapsulation and ACL filter processing
It is completely programmable so modifications to any supported forwarding standard can be accomplished
with a firmware upgrade
The network processor supports external Content Addressable Memory (CAM) for storing ACLs and other
data
It also supports external memory for storing search trees, statistics, and other data
Local processor on each IOM:

Controls processing of local Forwarding Information Bases (FIB) stored on each IOM

Manages forwarding tables and ACLs stored in each flexible fast path

The IOM local processor is considered part of the distributed control plane, responsible for controlling the
processes that help forward traffic

The local CPU also manages the MDA ports and channels, gathers statistics and billing data and provides the
CPM with all necessary information on received control plane data over the ingress interfaces
The fabric access device (FA) connects the Flexible FastPath complexes to the switch fabric.

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SF/CPM Architecture
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SF/CPM A
Processing Complex A

Switch Fabric A

MDA
MDA

FFP

Fabric
Access

FFP

Fabric
Access

I/O Module 1

SE

SE

SE

SE

SE

SE

SE

SE

FA

MDA
MDA

FFP

FFP

Fabric
Access

Fabric
Access

I/O Module 10

SE

SE

SE

SE

SE

SE

SE

NP
MEM

CPU-0

CPU-1

Memory

Memory
Processing Complex B

Switch Fabric B
SE

TM

FA

TM

NP
MEM

CPU-0

CPU-1

Memory

Memory

SF/CPM B

 Switch Fabrics are load sharing and active


 Initially one CPM is active while the second one is in standby mode
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The SF/CPM consists of:


1. The Switch Fabric with Switching Elements (SE)
2. The Fabric Access that connects the SF with the Traffic Manager
3. The Traffic Manager
4. The Network Processor and memory
5. CPUs with memory
Switch Fabric - The fabric is available in two versions, 200 Gbps or 500 Gbps, both providing full-duplex
switching. The SR switching elements are designed with the added ability to schedule traffic on each
egress port independently of all other ports. This feature is important to operators who want
granular control over ingress to egress port traffic scheduling, enabling them to guarantee traffic
rates between each connection point.
Fabric Redundancy - Each switching element (SE), along with its associated serial links, is totally
independent from all others. On nodes with two SF/CPMs installed , both fully operational fabrics
load share traffic. If a switching element or any of its serial links fail, only traffic passing over that
link or SE at the time of the failure is affected. In most cases this will have no effect on traffic flow,
as the switching capacity of each fabric equals or exceeds the total bandwidth required to support
all installed IOMs.
Processing Complex - Responsible for the systems control plane processing and protocol stacks:
1. The SEs receive data from the IOMs and forward it to the traffic manager (TM)
2. The traffic manager forwards the data to the network processor (NP). The SF/CPM memory buffer
packets awaiting processing
3. The network processor pre-processes and prioritizes the packets so that the CPUs process protocol or
time sensitive packets first, followed by less urgent traffic
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Control Plane v Data Plane


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MDA

Data Plane Traffic

MDA

FFPC

FFPC

MDA

FFPC

IOM
Control Plane Traffic

FA

MDA

FFPC

Flexible Fast
Path Complex

FA

Fabric Access

IOM
FA

FA

Switch Fabric

Switch Fabric

CPM

CPM

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Control Plane and Data Plane


An important principle to understand is the difference between a routers control plane and data plane.
The control plane is responsible for managing functions that include configuration operations, routing
protocols like OSPF and BGP, management interfaces like serial ports, telnet, and SNMP as well as error
handling and logging. The control plane assures the proper operation of the router as configured by the
administrator. Control plane traffic is overhead necessary for correct data plane functionality.
The data plane focuses on the actual data traffic traversing through the network. It collects packets at
the ingress, performs a deep-packet inspection which provides a next-hop decision (distributed in
advance by the control plane) for the packet to egress accordingly. This process, which includes
encapsulation conversion, runs at wire speed.
Packets handled by data plane tasks usually travel through the device (router), while packets handled
by control plane tasks usually originate or terminate at the device.

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Chassis modes
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7750 SR-7 & SR-12


Chassis
Mode
A

IOM Support
IOM-20g not supported

Features/Scaling
Supported for configuration compatibility

IOM-20g-b

IOM-20g-b

IPv6
ARP Cache 100K
MAC FIB 128K
VPRN Next Hop Label 16K
ESM, additional counters and routed CO/L3
group interfaces

IOM2-20g

IOM2-20g

2 Network Processors on egress


IPv6
ARP Cache 150K
MAC FIB 192K
VPRN Next Hop Label 128K

IOM3

IPv6
64K Queues
Scale ARP cache 500k
MAC FIB 500k

Note: Chassis mode does not apply to the 7710SR, 7750SR-1, or ESS-1
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Depending on the chassis type and IOM type, the following modes can be configured:
Chassis Mode A: This mode corresponds to scaling and feature set associated with iom-20g
Chassis Mode B: This mode corresponds to scaling and feature set associated with iom-20g-b
Chassis Mode C: This mode corresponds to scaling and feature set associated with iom2-20g
Chassis Mode D: This mode corresponds to scaling and feature set associated with iom3
When configuring a chassis mode, use Chassis Mode that aligns with the earliest generation of IOM
installed. If the chassis mode is not explicitly provisioned in the configuration file, the chassis will come
up in Mode A by default. In Mode A:


iom-20g-b comes online if provisioned as iom-20g or iom-20g-b

iom2-20g comes online if provisioned as iom-20g, iom-20g-b or iom2-20g

iom-10g comes online if provisioned as iom-10g

iom3 comes online if provisioned as iom3

Note All IOMs must be IOM3 in order to configure chassis mode D.

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7750 SR Ethernet MDAs


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MDA Type

Interface
Speed

Ports per
MDA

Ports per 7750 SR


SR-1

SR-7

SR-12

10/100 Ethernet

10/100 Mb/s

60

120

600

1200

10/100/1000 TX Ethernet*

10/100/1000 Mb/s

20

40

200

400

100Base FX Ethernet

100 Mb/s

20

40

200

400

1000Base FX Ethernet*

1000 Mb/s

10

20

100

200

Gigabit Ethernet

1 Gb/s

10

50

100

Gigabit Ethernet

1 Gb/s

10

20

100

200

Gigabit Ethernet*

1 Gb/s

20

40

200

400

10 Gigabit Ethernet

10 Gb/s

10

10 Gigabit Ethernet*

10 Gb/s

16

20

10 Gigabit Ethernet*

10 Gb/s

40

80

1-10Gig + 10-1 Gigabit Ethernet

1/10 Gb/s

10/1

20/2

100/10

200/20

100 Gigabit Ethernet

100 Gb/s

10

20

* MDA Types supported on the IOM3


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New in Release 6.1:


10-Port GigE High-Scale MDA Queuing MDA
 1000BASE Ethernet MDA which supports 10 pluggable Optical SFPs
 Supports up to 20,000 SAPs/Subscribers and up to 8,000 services on the iom2-20g
 Extensive on-board queuing and buffering with either service scheduling classes per service on the

7750SR translating to 160,000 ingress and 160,000 egress queues


The IOM3 supports up to 25G/MDA therefore some MDA Types which are considered to be
oversubscribed on the IOM2 are non-oversubscribed on the IOM3. For example the 2 port, 10 Gigabit
Ethernet MDA Type is non-oversubscribed on the IOM3 and oversubscribed on the IOM2.

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7750 SR SONET/SDH MDAs


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MDA Type

Interface
Speed

Ports per
MDA
SR-1

SR-7

SR-12

OC-3c/STM-1c

155 Mb/s

16

80

160

16

32

160

320

16

80

160

16

32

160

320

20

40

40

80

10

20

OC-12c/STM-4c

OC-48c/STM-16c

OC-192c/STM64c

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622 Mb/s

2.48 Gb/s

10 Gb/s

Ports per 7750 SR

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7750 SR Channelized MDAs


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MDA Type

Interface
Speed

DS-3/E-3

Ports per
MDA

Ports per 7750 SR


SR-1

SR-7

40

SR-12
80

12

24

120

240

OC-3c/STM-1

155 Mb/s

40

80

OC-12c/STM-4

622 Mb/s

10

20

Sub-Type

Connector

Fiber Type

Wavelength

Range

DS-3/E-3
-

Co-axial

OC-3c/STM-1

SFP-LC

Multimode

1310 nm

2 Km

IR-1/S-1.1

SFP-LC

Singlemode

1310 nm

21Km/15Km

LR-1/L-1.1

SFP-LC

Singlemode

1310 nm

50Km/40Km

OC-12c/STM-4

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SFP-LC

Singlemode

1310 nm

2 Km

IR-1/S-4.1

SFP-LC

Singlemode

1310 nm

21Km/15Km

LR-2/S-4.2

SFP-LC

Singlemode

1550 nm

85Km/80Km

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7750 SR Any Service Any Port (ASAP) MDA


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MDA Type

Interface
Speed

Ports per
MDA

OC-12 STM-4

622 Mb/s

DS3/E3
OC-3/STM-1

Ports per 7750 SR


SR-1

SR-7

SR-12

10

20

40

80

12

24

120

240

155 Mb/s

40

80

Sub-Type

Connector

Fiber Type

Wavelength

Range

SR-0

SFP-LC

Multimode

1310 nm

2 Km

IR-1/I-1

SFP-LC

Singlemode

1310 nm

21Km/15Km

LR-1/L-1.1

SFP-LC

Singlemode

1310 nm

50Km/40Km

Channelized interfaces that support:


- PPP, FR, cHLDC, and ATM for L2 and L3 services
- IMA
- APS
- MLPPP and LFI

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7750 SR Circuit Emulation Services (CES) MDA


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MDA Type

OC-3/STM-1

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Interface
Speed

Ports per
MDA

Ports per 7750 SR


SR-1

SR-7

SR-12

155 Mb/s

10

20

Sub-Type

Connector

Fiber Type

Wavelength

Range

SFP-LC

Multimode

1310 nm

2 Km

IR-1/S-1.1

SFP-LC

Singlemode

1310 nm

21Km/15Km

LR-1/L-1.1

SFP-LC

Singlemode

1310 nm

50Km/40Km

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7750 SR ATM MDA


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MDA Type

Interface
Speed

Ports per
MDA

Ports per 7750 SR


SR-1

SR-7

SR-12

OC-3c/STM-1
and
OC-12c/STM-4

155 Mb/s
and
622 Mb/s

40

80

OC-3/STM-1

155 Mb/s

40

80

Sub-Type

Connector

Fiber
Type

Wavelength

Range

SR-0

SFP-LC

Multimode

1310 nm

2 Km

IR-1/I-1

SFP-LC

Singlemode

1310 nm

21Km/15Km

LR-1/L-1.1

SFP-LC

Singlemode

1310 nm

50Km/40Km

SFP-LC

Singlemode

1310 nm

2 Km

SR-1/I-4

SFP-LC

Singlemode

1310 nm

12Km/2Km

IR-1/S-4.1

SFP-LC

Singlemode

1310 nm

21Km/15Km

LR-2/L-4.2

SFP-LC

Singlemode

1310 nm

85Km/80Km

OC-3c/STM-1

OC-12c/STM-4

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7750 SR IMMs (Integrated Media Module)


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IMM Type

Interface
Speed

Ports per
IMM
SR-1

SR-7

SR-12

Gigabit Ethernet

1 Gb/s

48

240

480

10 Gigabit
Ethernet

10 Gb/s

20

40

10 Gigabit
Ethernet

10 Gb/s

40

80

10 Gigabit
Ethernet

10 Gb/s

12

60

120

100 Gigabit
Ethernet

100 Gb/s

10

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IMM is a full-slot module that combines IOM3 and MDA functionality into a single full-slot line card
delivering a more dense Ethernet solution. Supported in 7750 SR-12 and 7750 SR-7 chassis, IMMs is
interoperable with existing IOM2-20g-b, IOM2-20g and IOM3s.

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7750 SR Ethernet SFP Types


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Interface
Type

Sub-Type

Connector

Fiber Type

Wavelength

Range

10/100Base

TX

VHDCI/RJ-21

100Base

FX

SFP-LC

Copper

Copper

100 m

Multimode

1310 nm

BX10-U

SFP-LC

Singlemode

2 Km

Tx: 1310 nm

10 Km

Rx: 1550 nm
BX10-D

Tx: 1550 nm
Rx: 1310 nm

1000Base

FX-SM

SFP-LC

Singlemode

1310 nm

25 Km

EX

SFP-LC

Singlemode

1310 nm

40 Km

TX

SFP-RJ-45

Copper

Copper

100 m

SX

SFP-LC

Multimode

850 nm

550 m

LX

SFP-LC

Multimode &
Singlemode

1310 nm

10 Km

BX10-U

SFP-LC

Singlemode

Tx: 1310 nm

10 Km

Rx: 1490 nm
BX10-D

Tx: 1490 nm
Rx: 1310 nm

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EX

SFP-LC

Singlemode

1310 nm

ZX

SFP-LC

Singlemode

1550 nm

70 Km

EZX

SFP-LC

Singlemode

1550 nm

120 Km

CWDM

SFP-LC

Singlemode

1470-1610 nm

70 Km

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40 Km

7750 SR Ethernet SFP Types (cont)


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Interface
Type
10GBase

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Sub-Type

Connector

Fiber Type

Wavelength

Range

LW/LR

Simplex SC

Singlemode

1310 nm

10 Km

EW/ER

Simplex SC

Singlemode

1550 nm

40 Km

ZW/ZR

Simplex SC

Singlemode

1550 nm

80 Km

SR

XFP-LC

Multimode

850 nm

300 m

LR

XFP-LC

Singlemode

1310 nm

10 Km

ER

XFP-LC

Singlemode

1550 nm

40 Km

ZR

XFP-LC

Singlemode

1550 nm

80 Km

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7750 SR SONET/SDH SFP Types


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Interface
Type

Sub-Type

Connector

Fiber Type

Wavelength

Range

OC-3c/STM-1

SFP-LC

Multimode

1310 nm

2 Km

IR-1/S-1.1

SFP-LC

Singlemode

1310 nm

21Km/15Km

LR-1/L-1.1

SFP-LC

Singlemode

1310 nm

50Km/40Km

SFP-LC

Multimode

1310 nm

500 m

SR-1/I-4

SFP-LC

Singlemode

1310 nm

12Km/2Km

OC-12c/STM-4

OC-48c/STM-16

OC-192c/STM-64

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IR-1/S-4.1

SFP-LC

Singlemode

1310 nm

21Km/15Km

LR-2/L-4.2

SFP-LC

Singlemode

1550 nm

85Km/80Km

SR-1/I-16

SFP-LC

Singlemode

1310 nm

12Km/2Km

IR-1/S-16.1

SFP-LC

Singlemode

1310 nm

21Km/15Km

IR-2/S-16.2

SFP-LC

Singlemode

1550 nm

42Km/15Km

LR-2/L-16.2

SFP-LC

Singlemode

1550 nm

85Km/80Km

SR-1/I-64.1

Simplex SC

Singlemode

1310 nm

7Km/2Km

IR-2/S-64.2b

Simplex SC

Singlemode

1550 nm

40Km

LR-2/L-64.2

Simplex SC

Singlemode

1550 nm

80 Km

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7750 SR MDA Summary


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MDA-XP Ethernet





20-port GigE SFP-Fiber


20-Port 10/100/1000 Copper
2-port 10 GigE XFP
4-Port 10 GigE XFP

Ethernet











1-Port 10GigE (LAN/WAN PHY)


1-port 10 GigE (XFP)
2-port 10GigE(XFP)
5-port x GigE
10-port GigE
20-port GigE
60-port 10/100
20-port 100FX
20-port 10/100/1000
1-port 10 GigE + 10-port GigE
Combo MDA

Packet over SONET/SDH










1 x OC-192/STM-64
2 x OC-48/STM-16
4 x OC-48/STM-16
8 x OC-12/STM-4 or OC-3/STM-1
16 x OC-12/STM-4 or OC-3/STM-1
8 x OC-3/STM-1
16 x OC-3/STM-1

Any Service Any Port








PPP/FR/ATM, including IMA


4-port ChOC-3/STM-1 ASAP
1-port ChOC-12/STM-4 ASAP
4-port ChDS3/E3 ASAP
12-port ChDS3/E3 ASAP

Circuit Emulation Services


 1-Port ChOC-3/STM-1 CES

Channelized SONET/SDH






1 x OC-12/STM-4
4 x OC-3/STM-1
12 x DS-3
4 x DS3 Channelized
Channelized to DS-0 with up to 512
channels per MDA

ATM
HS-MDA
 10-Port GigE

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 4 x OC3/OC12 ATM MDA


 16 x OC3 ATM MDA

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MDA-XP Ethernet






20-port GigE SFP-Fiber


20-Port 10/100/1000 Copper
1-port 10 GigE XFP
2-port 10 GigE XFP
10-port GigE (SFP)

Ethernet MDA
 60-port 10/100
 20-port 100FX

CMAs










8-port CHAN DS1/E1 CMA


4-port DS3/E3 CMA
8-port 10/100TX CMA
1-port GIGE CMA
2-port OC3/12-STM1/4 SFP CMA
8-port T1/E1 ATM/IMA CMA
1-port CH OC3/STM1 CES CMA
1-port GigE CMA -XP SFP
5-port GigE CMA-XP SFP

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Packet over SONET/SDH


 2-port OC-48/STM-16
 4-port OC-48/STM-16
 8-port OC-3/STM-1

Any Service Any Port


PPP/FR/ATM, including IMA
 4-port ChOC-3/STM-1 ASAP
 1-port ChOC-12/STM-4 ASAP
 4-port ChDS3/E3 ASAP
 12-port ChDS3/E3 ASAP

Channelized SONET/SDH






1 x OC-12/STM-4
4 x OC-3/STM-1
12 x DS-3
4 x DS3 Channelized
Channelized to DS-0 with up to 512
channels per MDA

Circuit Emulation Services


 1-Port ChOC-12/STM-4 CES
 4-Port ChOC-3/STM-1 CES

ATM
 4-port OC3/OC12 ATM

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Services

Platform
PPPoE unnumbered interfaces
12x10GigE IMM and 1x100GigE IMM
7750 SR-c4 with 90Gbps capacity
VSM-CCA-XP MDA
Tunable DWDM XFP
IPv6 in 7750 SR in chassis mode B
12-slot enhanced fan tray
7-slot enhanced fan tray
IPv6 support in 7750 SR in chassis mode B
New IOM3/IMM strategy
 Enhanced Mixed Mode operation on
7450 ESS with additional 7750 SR MDAs:
POS, ATM, CES,VSM and IMM capability
 OC-768c/256c DWDM IMM
 BITS-out support
 Full SSM/ESMC support





























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VID filters
MC-LAG support for IP services
Multiple VLAN registration protocol (MVRP)
ISID-level shaping on B-SAP
LAG active/standby operation without LACP
Block on group failure in VPLS and BGP
multi-homing
Support for BGP LSAP in mixed LSP SDP
IPsec IKEv2
MLPPP on multiple channel groups
PW switching for CPipe VLL service on 7750
SR-1 and 7450 ESS
Uni-directional APS with SONET/SDH
channelized and non-channelized interfaces
SONET APS (single chassis) support for
MLPPP on network ports
Routed VPLS
SDP-configurable tunnel destination address
IPv6 support on IPipe
Support for RFC 3107 BGP LSP for PBB-VPLS
services
LDP FEC to BGP label route switching
Hashing enhancements for consistent perservice forwarding

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Routing













MPLS

Path MTU Discovery


BGP best-external
IP-VPN service label next-hop operation
IP/GRE tunnel termination
FIB prioritization per VPRN
Carrier-serving VPN ( Customer Serving
Carrier VPRN)
Multicast-VPN: MDT-SAFI
CFLOWD enhancements ( IPFIX and IPv6)
OSPFv2 multi-area adjacency (RFC 5185)
IPv6 BFD support: static, OSPFv3,BGP, VRRP
Flowspec
L3 services- using BGP anycast address
support

 Uniform fail-over for LER/LSR FRR


 Inter-area RSVP-TE
 Exponential back-off retry timer frp RSVP
LSP paths
 Multicast over LDP P2MP LSP
 LSP automatic bandwidth adjustment
 Multicast VPN: RSVP-TE P2MP PMSI
 Multicast VPN: LDP P2MP PMSI

HA

Management

 Soft reset on IOM3 for XP/IMM and Ethernet


MDAs

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 IP interface stats with SNMP access on


network ports

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OAM

Application Assurance











AA support with 100 GigE Ethernet IMMs


A-performance record for ISA Load
ISA capacity overload threshold events
Transit AA subscribers
App performance stats for VoIP/Video ( MOS
scores)
Five-minute maximum throughput stats in per-AA
subscriber accounting
Subscriber attribute override of app-profile
values by CLI/SNMP
IPipe divert to AA
AA-LSA large session congestion mitigation

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Synthetic loss measurement (ETH-SL)


TWAMP server
G.8032 ring automatic protection switching
CCM hold timers
Facility MEPs: port, physical, LAG, tunnel,
router IP
 Eth-CFM and MC-LAG
 SAA for Y1731 and 802.3ah
 Extended Ethernet OAM mapping support






QoS











H-Pol support on 7750 SR-c4/12


MSS for H-Pol
Percentage based bandwidth in QoS policies
Policer mapping to local-queue
H-Pol support for IPv6 ESM
Queue parent weight override
BGP best-external
IP-VPN service label per next-hop operation
QoS virtual port support
QoS burst mangement

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TPSDA










ESM-multicast support over subscriber interfaces


in routed CO model
Video-ISA with Alcatel-Lucent 5910 VSA service
pack 4 ( RET/FCC)
Video dual-stream selection
Video quality monitoring (VQM)
SLA override without SLA-profile change
LNS support for IPv6 sessions (L2TP)
Unified Radius interface
Carrier-grade NAT
 NAT- configurable UDP inbound refresh
 static-port forwarding
 Inter chassis redundancy for large scale NAT
with IP filters
 multiple port- range blocks
 Lawful intercept
 Dual-stack lite
Enhanced subscriber management
 DHCPv6 local server
 L2TP LAC in a VPRN


















Priority capability for subscriber profiles


IPCP subnet negotiation
PPPoE idle timeout
N:1 with N>1 ATM mapping on ATM PWE3
LI activation enhancements
LI for LAC sessions
ESM IPv6 local user database for IPoE
Multicast support over PPPoE sessions
Remove/Add/Modify domain names in
RADIUS authentication
Pre-authentication in LUDB
RADIUS user-name foramt: DHCP option
61/60
NAT basic port forwarding
LNS over MPLS
L2TP tunnel switching with ESM
HSPDA offload fallback over ATM

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1. How many MDAs can an SR-12 accommodate ?


a. 10
b. 12
c. 20
d. 24

2. Which 7750 SR versions support redundant switch fabrics? (Choose all that apply.)
a. SR1 and SR-c4
b. SR-7 and SR-12
c. SR-12 and SR-c12

3. What is the (HD) bandwidth of an IOM3?


a. 20 Gbps
b. 40 Gbps
c. 50 Gbps
d. 100 Gbps

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Router of the 7750 SR use the SF/CPM card ? (Choose all that apply.)
4. Which
versions
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a. SR-7

b. SR-12
c. SR-c4

d. SR-c12
5. Which Flexible Fast Path Complex component makes routing decisions?
a. Network processor
b. Traffic manager
c. Fabric access device
d. Switch element
6. The IOM and SF/CPM cards use the same chipset for their traffic managers and network processors.
T/F
a. T
b. F

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1. How Switch
many MDAs
an SR-12
accommodate ?
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a. 10
b. 12
c. 20
d. 24
2. Which 7750 SR versions support redundant switch fabrics? (Choose all that apply.)
a. SR1 and SR-c4
b. SR-7 and SR-12
c. SR-12 and SR-c12
3. What is the bandwidth of an IOM?
a. 20 Gbps
b. 40 Gbps
c. 50 Gbps
d. 100 Gbps
4. Which
versions
7750 Service
Router of the 7750 SR use the SF/CPM card ? (Choose all that apply.)
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a. SR-7

b. SR-12
c. SR-c4

d. SR-c12

5. Which Flexible Fast Path Complex component makes routing decisions?


a. Network processor
b. Traffic manager
c. Fabric access device
d. Switch element
6. The IOM and SF/CPM cards use the same chipset for their traffic managers and network processors.
T/F
a. T
b. F

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