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1 ZTE Understanding of NBN Project
2 End User Domain
3 Access Domain
3.1 GPON Solution
3.1.1 GPON Design Principles
3.1.2 Proposed Application Scenarios
3.1.3 ODN Design
3.1.4 ZTE GPON Solution Advantages
3.2 Active Ethernet Solution
3.3 Wireless Solution
3.4 Satellite Solutions
4 Aggregation and Backhaul Domain
4.1 Network Design Principles
4.2 Aggregation & Backhaul solution
4.2.1 ZTE’s suggested Architecture for NBN backhaul
4.2.2 Service definition and delivery
Figure 18 NBN wholesale service to wholesale NSP
Figure 19 NBN wholesale service to wholesale NSP
Figure 20 NBN wholesale service to retail NSP
Table 2 Comparison between VLAN technology and MPLS technology
4.2.3 QOS solution for NBN backhaul
4.2.4 Security solution for NBN backhaul
4.3 Aggregation & Backhaul Solution Advantage
5 DWDM Solution
5.1 Overview
5.2 DWDM Solution for NBN
5.3 Network Detailed Design for NBN
5.3.1 Access Layer
5.3.2 Aggregation & Backhaul Layer
5.3.3 Backbone Layer
5.4 ZTE DWDM Solution Advantage
6 BSS/OSS Solution
6.1 BSS/OSS Solution for NBN
6.2 ZSmart BSS/OSS Solution Advantages
7 Solution Summary
8 Acronyms
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ZTE End to End Design for Australia NBN 06Nov09

ZTE End to End Design for Australia NBN 06Nov09

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