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Ethernet over SDH (STM-1) Product Presentation. Orion Telecom Networks Inc. - 2010. Updated: April 2010. Product Overview. Ethernet over SDH (STM-1) Equipment is a modular platform unit with two pluggable 155.52Mbps optical / electrical interfaces.

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Ethernet over SDH (STM-1)

Product Presentation

Orion Telecom Networks Inc. - 2010

Updated: April 2010

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Product Overview

  • Ethernet over SDH (STM-1) Equipment is a modular platform unit with two pluggable 155.52Mbps optical / electrical interfaces.
  • Used in a point-to-point, chain or ring application to provide a compact, cost effective and flexible solution to deliver multiple Ethernet channels.
  • Interface card options include the 4x100BaseT Ethernet interface card (1 VCG, 4 Ports 1 Channel), 4x100BaseT Ethernet interface card (4 VCG, 4 Ports 4 Channels) and Gigabit Ethernet interface card options along with Engineering Order Wire is available.
  • The user removable / replaceable STM-1 Optical / Electrical interface option makes it easy to meet various and changing user requirements.
  • STM-1, Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet over SDH Transmission Equipment provides full capability to cross-connect at E1 level between all tributaries.
  • The equipment can be used as Terminal Multiplexer (TM) or an Add-Drop-Multiplexer (ADM) to build a point-to-point, chain or ring SDH transmission network.
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Features and Highlights

  • 1U height, 19-Inch standard rack-mountable chassis
  • Service interface
    • 2 x STM-1 optical interfaces, MSA compliant SFP (pluggable) optical module (LC connector) based design, which supports onsite optical port replacement
    • 2 x STM-1 electrical interfaces, SFP electrical module (Mini BNC connector) Optional
    • 4 x 10/100BaseT Ethernet (electric) interface
    • 10/100BaseT (FE) Ethernet Interface Options
      • 4 Ports, 4 Channels (4 VCG), and
      • 4 Ports, 1 Channel (1 VCG)
    • 1 x GigE (Gigabit) Ethernet interface Options
      • Optical GigE (Gigabit) Ethernet interface,
      • Electrical 1000BaseT (Gigabit) Ethernet Interface
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Features and Highlights

  • Provides complete diagnostics facilities to the user for monitoring optical ports and provide reading of optical transmit power, optical receive power, laser temperature, bias current in voltage alarms etc.
  • Performance Monitoring and Alarms - Error counts for B1, B2, B3
  • Performance Analysis - Error Seconds (ES), Several Error Seconds (SES), Unavailable seconds (UAS), Higher Order Virtual Container - Remote Error Indication (HOVC-REI), Higher Order Virtual Container - Pointer Justification Event (HOVC-PJE)
  • Management and Maintenance interfaces
    • 10/100BaseT Ethernet management interface
    • RS232 serial management interface
    • Remote (Telnet) management interface
    • Windows XP based Graphical User Interface (GUI)
    • Windows 7 based Graphical User Interface (GUI)
    • SNMP V2 Monitoring
    • Engineering Order Wire (EOW) interface (RJ-11).
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Features and Highlights

    • NMS (Network Management System) for monitoring multiple units from a single / central location.
  • Timing mode
    • Synchronization with STM-1 line timing
    • External timing source - 120 Ohms 2MBps (External Bits Clock) - Factory Configurable
    • External timing source - 120 Ohms 2MHz (External TTL Clock) - Factory Configurable
    • Internal Clock - ITU-T G.813 internal oscillator (Stratum 3)
    • The timing source can be auto-switched according to default or operator programmed settings
  • Ethernet Standards Conformity
    • Generic Framing Procedure GFP-F compliant with ITU-T G.7041
    • VCAT compliant with ITU-T G.707 and LCAS compliant with ITU-T G.7042
    • Ethernet flow control on WAN port and LAN port
    • Large buffer size upto 410,000 bytes
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Features and Highlights

  • Maximum Frame length (MTU size):1536 bytes with 4 port 1 channel (1 VCG) Ethernet Card
  • Maximum Frame length (MTU size):2036 bytes with 4 port 4 channel (4 VCG) Ethernet Card
  • Auto MID/MID-X for Ethernet Interfaces
  • Support 802.1Q based VLAN tagging (4 ports 1 channel (1 VCG) Ethernet Card only)
  • Support Port based VLAN tagging (4 ports 1 channel (1 VCG) Ethernet Card only)
  • Performance Analysis
    • All Received Packets
    • All Transmitted Packets
    • Received Dropped Packets
  • Ethernet bandwidth can be adjusted by the user between 2MBps ~126 Mbps (VC-12 mapping)
  • Supports MAC Address list filtration, learning and updating function
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Features and Highlights

  • Supports 1+1 Line Protection and Automatic Protection Switching (APS) with less than 50ms recovery
  • Supports point-to-point, ring and chain topology (4 VCG card only)
  • Supports Remote Power Down Detection and Auto Laser Shutdown
  • Supports STM-1 loop-back for troubleshooting
  • 850nm multi-Mode, 1310nm Single Mode and 1550nm Single Mode optical interface options offered
  • Ethernet mapping adopts GFP/VC-12 virtual concatenated technology; according with MSTP criterion
  • Provides Ethernet over SDH mapping through standard GFP and VC-12 virtual concatenation (VCAT)
  • Easy to operate
  • Redundant power supply card options AC+DC, DC+DC and AC+AC.
    • 110V AC - 240V AC (50/60 Hz) power options available
    • -48V and -24V DC power option available
  • Power consumption less than 12W.
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Alarm and Indicator Monitoring

  • Power Indicator
  • Current Status (integrity and activity) Indicator
  • Urgent Alarm Indicator
  • Minor Alarm Indicator
  • Optical Signal Loss Alarm Indicator
  • Remote Device Power-down Indicator
  • Ethernet Card Status Indicator
  • General Alarm Indicator for Ethernet Card (including Link-down of Ethernet Port)
  • Auto Laser Shutdown (ALS) Indicator
  • Engineering Order-Wire (EOW) Indicator
  • Ethernet Link Indicator
  • Ethernet Speed Indicator
  • Dry contact via 9-pin, D-type male connector
  • Buzzer Alarm
  • SNMP Diagnostic and Monitoring
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Application Diagram

Point to point network (Shared Link Mode) 1 VCG card application

LAN

LAN

SDH

STM-1 Link

STM-1 Link

LAN

LAN

Ethernet over SDH (STM-1)

Ethernet over SDH (STM-1)

ROUTER

ROUTER

ROUTER

ROUTER

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Application Diagram

Point to point network (Discrete Link Mode) 4 VCG card application

LAN

LAN

SDH

STM-1 Link

STM-1 Link

LAN

LAN

Ethernet over SDH (STM-1)

Ethernet over SDH (STM-1)

ROUTER

ROUTER

ROUTER

ROUTER

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Switches

ADDRESS NE / EOW (Phone) address switch

MUTE Alarm speaker mute / unmute switch

LED Indicators

PWR (Green) Power indicator

RUN (Green) Running indicator

UALM (Red) Urgent alarm indicator

DALM (Yellow) Minor alarm indicator

NOP A/B (Red) Optical / electrical signal loss Alarm indicator

RPD A/B (Yellow) Remote device power-down indicator

ETH (Green) Ethernet card existing status indicator

TALM (Red) General alarm indicator for Ethernet card

ALS (Green) Auto Laser Shut enable / disable status indicator

BUSY (Green) EOW (Phone) status indicator

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Access Interfaces

CONSOLE (RJ-45) Serial network management interface for CLI management

EMU (RJ-45) Ethernet network management interface

Optical Interfaces

OPTA SFP based optical / electrical interface A

OPTB SFP based optical / electrical interface B

External Alarm (U/DALMO) Interface

U/DALM (DB-9) Urgent (major) and differed (minor) external alarm interface

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User Channel (RS232) Interface

RS2322 (RJ-45) User channel interface, RS232 level, used to transmit the collected alarm information of the telehouse, the user control information and etc.

EOW Interfaces

EOW Interface (RJ-11) Engineering Order Wire (Phone) interface, Ordinary telephone set with two line mode can be used.

External Management / Timing Interfaces

ETS1/ETS2 (RJ-45) Two external timing source interfaces

EXM1/EXM2 (RJ-45) Two external management interfaces

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AC and DC Power Supply

Power Slot Two power card slots, one for 110V AC - 240V AC (50/60 Hz), the other is -48V DC.

Two different cards (AC+DC) or two same cards (AC+AC,

DC+DC) can be inserted into the device simultaneously.

Power Switch ON / OFF switch,

'1': Power ON,

'0': Power OFF.

Ethernet Options

SOCKET 3 Ethernet Card, (4 x RJ-45)

Option 1 – 4 Ethernet ports, 4VCG (4 port, 4 channel)

– Standard configuration

Option 2 – 4 Ethernet ports, 1VCG (4 port, 1 channel).

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Management Options

  • Easy to use CLI commands through RS232 serial connection and TCP/IP TELNET connection
  • SNMP V2 Management through MIB browser
  • DIP switch settings given on front panel
  • Windows XP / Windows 7 based GUI (Graphical User Interface) to access the equipment over RS232 serial connection, TCP/IP and SNMP protocol.

Alarms and Indicator Monitoring

  • SNMP based Alarms (TRAPS) event monitoring through MIB browser and NMS
  • Visual alarm indicators in the front panel
  • Ethernet (Data) port speed and mode status
  • Real time Buzzer alarm for any alarm event.
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NMS (Networks Management System) built in GUI

  • Monitoring and Managing multiple systems from a central location over RS232 serial connection (Local), TCP/IP TELNET and SNMP Protocol (LAN or Remotely)
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Thank you for your attention

For more details visit us at our Website at

http://www.oriontelecom.com

Headquarters: Phoenix, Arizona

Orion Telecom Networks Inc.

16810, Avenue of the Fountains,

Suite # 108, Fountain Hills,

AZ 85268 U.S.A.

Phone: +1 480-816-8672,

Fax: +1 480-816-0115

E-mail: sales@oriontelecom.com

Website: http://www.oriontelecom.com

Regional Office: Miami, Florida

Orion Telecom Networks Inc.

4000 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Suite 470,

Coral Gables, FL 33146,

U.S.A.

Phone: 1-305-777-0419,

Fax: 1-305-777-0201

E-mail: sales@oriontelecom.com

Website: http://www.oriontelecom.com