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Revision History
Document
No.
Date Description of Changes
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22.10.2012 New Tellabs 8600 brand: Tellabs 8600 managed edge system and
Tellabs 8600 network elements changed to Tellabs 8600 smart
routers.
Information on the Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 power backplane
assembly usage updated in chapters 1.3.1, 1.3.3 and 3.1.1.
8x100/1000BASE-X R2 IFM (LIO2252) 100BASE SFP updates in
chapter 1.11.3.
ELC1 1000BASE SFP updates in chapter 1.11.3.
1000BASE-BX10-D and 1000BASE-BX10-U SFP data added in
chapter 1.11.3.
Cabling requirements for DC and DC48 power modules for Tellabs
8609 smart router and Tellabs 8611 smart router updated in chapters
3.3.7, 5.1.3 and 7.11.
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30.06.2012 ELC1 data added.
1000BASE-T SFP dependencies updated in chapter 1.11.3.
10GBASE-ER and 10GBASE-ZR SFP+ data updated in chapter
1.11.4.
XFP data added in chapter 1.11.5.
Instructions for DC48 Power Input Module for Tellabs 8660 smart
router R2 updated in chapter 3.1.1.
LED data updated for CDC, IFC, Tellabs 8605 smart router, Tellabs
8607 smart router, Tellabs 8609 smart router, Tellabs 8611 smart
router and Tellabs 8620 smart router in chapter 8.8.1.
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15.05.2012 Tellabs 8611 smart router data added.
Data for DC48 Power Input Module for Tellabs 8660 smart router
R2 added in chapters 1.3, 3.1.1, 5.1, 7.8, 7.9, 8 and Appendix: Site
Survey.
1000BASE-ZX-CWDM SFP data updated in chapter 1.11.3.
10GBASE-ZR SFP+ data added in chapter 1.11.4.
Line module installation and replacing instructions updated in
chapters 3.3.11 and 7.5.
New 16 mm
2
grounding cable for Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 with
PIM information added in chapter 4.
Tellabs 8660 smart router R1 fan module replacing instructions
updated in chapter 7.7.2.
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06.02.2012 Data on electrical Ethernet data cabling updated in chapter 1.9.1.
1000BASE-EX SFP data added in chapter 1.10.3.
10GBASE-ER SFP+ data added in chapter 1.10.4.
Tellabs 8609 smart router power module retention screw data updated
in chapter 1.5.1.
Tellabs 8660 smart router and Tellabs 8630 smart router cooling
data and maximum number of subracks per rack/cabinet updated
in chapter 3.1.
Tellabs 8609 smart router and Tellabs 8611 smart router power
module installation and replacing instructions updated in chapters
3.3.7 and 7.9.
Max power consumption data updated for Tellabs 8660 smart router
and Tellabs 8630 smart router in chapter 5.1.6.
Recommended circuit breaker rating for Tellabs 8630 smart router
with 8630 fan modules 81.86F8630FANMD-R6 Rev. D added in
chapter 5.1.1.
Instructions on using shielded cables updated in chapter 6.2.5.
Replacing Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 fan module data added in
chapter 7.6.1.
This manual documents the following network elements:
Tellabs 8605 smart router
Tellabs 8607 smart router
Tellabs 8609 smart router
Tellabs 8611 smart router
Tellabs 8620 smart router
Tellabs 8630 smart router
Tellabs 8660 smart router
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Terms and Abbreviations
Term Explanation
ATM Asynchronous Transfer Mode
CD Carrier Detect
CDC Control and DC Power Card (used in Tellabs 8630 smart router and Tellabs 8660
smart router)
CLI Command Line Interface
Com Common
CPU Central Processor Unit
CTS Clear To Send
DSR Data Set Ready
DTR Data Terminal Ready
ELC1 Ethernet Line Card (used in Tellabs 8630 smart router and Tellabs 8660 smart router)
EMC Electromagnetic Compatibility
EMI Electromagnetic Interference
ESD Electrostatic Discharge
ESW Embedded Software
Fan One fan in a fan module
Fan Module A module consisting of two or more fans, the mechanics and possibly the control
electronics
FTP Foil Shielded Twisted Pair
GE Gigabit Ethernet
GND Ground
HM High Speed Module (used in Tellabs 8611 smart router)
IFC Interface Module Concentrator (used in Tellabs 8630 smart router and Tellabs 8660
smart router)
IFM Interface Module. A specic term of the module which can be placed on the IFC
line card or Tellabs 8620 smart router baseboard and which consists of the physical
interfaces (used in Tellabs 8620 smart router, Tellabs 8630 smart router and Tellabs
8660 smart router).
IP Internet Protocol
LAN Local Area Network
LED Light-Emitting Diode
Line card The line card in the Tellabs 8600 system consists of an Ethernet line card (ELC1), or
Interface Module Concentrator (IFC) and up to two Interface Modules (IFMs) (used
in Tellabs 8630 smart router and Tellabs 8660 smart router).
LM Line Module (used in Tellabs 8607 smart router, Tellabs 8609 smart router and
Tellabs 8611 smart router)
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MFE Management Fast Ethernet
MO Mobile Optimization (Interface Module)
MS Multiservice (Interface Module)
NC Normally Closed
NE Network Element
NO Normally Open
NRTL Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory
OCXO Oven Controlled Crystal Oscillator
Operating
temperature
The operating temperature or temperature range refers to the ambient temperature
of the telecommunications installation
OSPF Open Shortest Path First
PDF Power Distribution Field
PKG Software package le
POS Packet over SDH/Sonet
RTS Request To Send
RxD Receive Data
SCM Switching and Control Module (used in Tellabs 8611 smart router)
SDH Synchronous Digital Hierarchy
SEC SDH Equipment Clock
SFP Small Form-Factor Pluggable. Transceiver type used in Tellabs 8600 IFMs and HM.
STP Shielded Twisted Pair
TxD Transmit Data
UTP Unshielded Twisted Pair
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Compliance Statement
Hereby, Tellabs Oy declares that this product is in compliance with the essential requirements and
other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
FCC Notication Statement
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Rules require that you be notied of the following:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device,
pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which
case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
Changes or modications not expressly approved by Tellabs Operations, Inc., in writing can void
the users authority to operate the equipment.
Tellabs 8605 smart router has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Industry Canada Notication Statement
Industry Canada interference-causing equipment regulations require that you be notied of the
following:
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numrique de la classe A est conforme la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
About This Manual ............................................................................................................ 16
Objectives....................................................................................................................................................................... 16
Audience......................................................................................................................................................................... 16
Related Documentation.................................................................................................................................................. 16
Document Conventions .................................................................................................................................................. 18
Documentation Feedback............................................................................................................................................... 18
Tellabs 8600 Rebranding.................................................................................................. 19
Tellabs 8600 Discontinued Products............................................................................... 20
Safety Notes ...................................................................................................................... 21
Intended Purpose............................................................................................................................................................ 21
Class 1 Laser Product ..................................................................................................................................................... 21
Jewelry Removal ............................................................................................................................................................ 23
Installation and Maintenance ......................................................................................................................................... 23
Lightning Activity.......................................................................................................................................................... 24
1 Overview...................................................................................................................... 25
1.1 Overall Installation Sequence.............................................................................................................................. 25
1.2 Planning............................................................................................................................................................... 25
1.3 Tellabs 8660 Smart Router .................................................................................................................................. 25
1.3.1 Power Supply....................................................................................................................................... 27
1.3.2 CDC..................................................................................................................................................... 28
1.3.3 DC48 Power Input Module (PIM) for Tellabs 8660 Smart Router R2 ............................................... 31
1.3.4 Line Cards............................................................................................................................................ 31
1.3.5 Ethernet Line Card (ELC1) ................................................................................................................. 32
1.3.6 IFC....................................................................................................................................................... 33
1.3.7 IFM...................................................................................................................................................... 35
1.3.8 Cooling ................................................................................................................................................ 37
1.3.9 Redundancy ......................................................................................................................................... 38
1.4 Tellabs 8630 Smart Router .................................................................................................................................. 38
1.4.1 Power Supply....................................................................................................................................... 39
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1.4.2 CDCs, Line Cards and IFMs ............................................................................................................... 39
1.4.3 Cooling ................................................................................................................................................ 39
1.4.4 Redundancy ......................................................................................................................................... 40
1.5 Tellabs 8620 Smart Router .................................................................................................................................. 40
1.5.1 Power Supply....................................................................................................................................... 41
1.5.2 IFMs and Fixed Interfaces................................................................................................................... 41
1.5.3 Cooling ................................................................................................................................................ 41
1.5.4 Redundancy ......................................................................................................................................... 41
1.6 Tellabs 8611 Smart Router .................................................................................................................................. 42
1.6.1 Power Supply....................................................................................................................................... 42
1.6.2 Switching and Control Modules.......................................................................................................... 43
1.6.3 High Speed Modules ........................................................................................................................... 44
1.6.4 Line Modules....................................................................................................................................... 44
1.6.5 Cooling ................................................................................................................................................ 45
1.6.6 Redundancy ......................................................................................................................................... 46
1.7 Tellabs 8609 Smart Router .................................................................................................................................. 46
1.7.1 Power Supply....................................................................................................................................... 47
1.7.2 Fixed Interfaces ................................................................................................................................... 48
1.7.3 Line Modules....................................................................................................................................... 48
1.7.4 Cooling ................................................................................................................................................ 49
1.7.5 Redundancy ......................................................................................................................................... 50
1.8 Tellabs 8607 Smart Router .................................................................................................................................. 50
1.8.1 Power Supply....................................................................................................................................... 51
1.8.2 Fixed Interfaces ................................................................................................................................... 51
1.8.3 Line Modules....................................................................................................................................... 52
1.8.4 Cooling ................................................................................................................................................ 53
1.8.5 Redundancy ......................................................................................................................................... 54
1.9 Tellabs 8605 Smart Router .................................................................................................................................. 54
1.9.1 Power Supply....................................................................................................................................... 55
1.9.2 Fixed Interfaces ................................................................................................................................... 56
1.9.3 Fixed chE1/chT1 Interface .................................................................................................................. 56
1.9.4 Cooling ................................................................................................................................................ 57
1.9.5 Redundancy ......................................................................................................................................... 57
1.10 Cabling and Connectors....................................................................................................................................... 57
1.10.1 Electrical Ethernet Data Cabling ......................................................................................................... 58
1.10.2 Electrical E1/T1 Cabling ..................................................................................................................... 59
1.10.3 Electrical xDSL Cabling...................................................................................................................... 61
1.10.4 DS3 Cabling ........................................................................................................................................ 61
1.10.5 Optical Data Cabling ........................................................................................................................... 61
1.11 Pluggable Transceivers........................................................................................................................................ 62
1.11.1 Optical Transceivers ............................................................................................................................ 62
1.11.2 Electrical Transceivers......................................................................................................................... 63
1.11.3 SFPs Used in Tellabs 8600 System ..................................................................................................... 64
1.11.4 SFP+s Used in Tellabs 8600 System................................................................................................... 87
1.11.5 XFPs Used in Tellabs 8600 System..................................................................................................... 89
2 Prerequisites................................................................................................................ 92
2.1 Site Survey and Required Accessories ................................................................................................................ 92
2.2 ESD...................................................................................................................................................................... 93
2.3 Unpacking Equipment ......................................................................................................................................... 93
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2.4 Packing for Transportation .................................................................................................................................. 94
3 Mechanical Installation............................................................................................... 95
3.1 Tellabs 8660 Smart Router and Tellabs 8630 Smart Router Subrack Installation .............................................. 95
3.1.1 Upgrading Power Feeding of Tellabs 8660 Smart Router R2 from Protected CDC1 Feeding to
Protected PIM Feeding...................................................................................................................... 100
3.1.2 Tellabs 8660 Smart Router R1 Fan Module Upgrade Kit ................................................................. 107
3.1.3 Interface Module Assembly................................................................................................................113
3.1.4 Line Card and CDC Assembly with New Captive Screws and New Ejector Levers.........................117
3.1.5 IFC1 Line Card and CDC1 Assembly with Old Captive Screws and Old Ejector Levers................ 129
3.1.6 Inserting Pluggable Transceivers....................................................................................................... 138
3.2 Tellabs 8620 Smart Router Installation ............................................................................................................. 140
3.2.1 Installation in a Cabinet or Rack ....................................................................................................... 140
3.2.2 Interface Module Installation............................................................................................................. 141
3.3 Tellabs 8605 Smart Router, Tellabs 8607 Smart Router, Tellabs 8609 Smart Router and Tellabs 8611 Smart
Router Installation ............................................................................................................................................. 146
3.3.1 Installation in Cabinet........................................................................................................................ 146
3.3.2 Installation on Wall............................................................................................................................ 149
3.3.3 Tellabs 8605 Smart Router Interface Numbering.............................................................................. 150
3.3.4 Tellabs 8607 Smart Router Power Module Installation..................................................................... 151
3.3.5 Tellabs

8607 Smart Router Fan Module Installation ..................................................................... 152


3.3.6 Tellabs

8607 Smart Router Line Module Installation ..................................................................... 153


3.3.7 Tellabs 8609 Smart Router and Tellabs 8611 Smart Router Power Module Installation.................. 155
3.3.8 Tellabs

8609 Smart Router Fan Module Installation ...................................................................... 157


3.3.9 Tellabs

8611 Smart Router Fan Module Installation....................................................................... 159


3.3.10 Tellabs 8611 Smart Router SCM Installation.................................................................................... 161
3.3.11 Tellabs 8609 Smart Router and Tellabs 8611 Smart Router Physical Line Module Installation ...... 162
4 Grounding.................................................................................................................. 166
4.1 Grounding FTP Cabling .................................................................................................................................... 169
5 Power Installation...................................................................................................... 170
5.1 DC Power Installation ....................................................................................................................................... 170
5.1.1 Tellabs 8660 Smart Router and Tellabs 8630 Smart Router............................................................. 170
5.1.2 Tellabs 8620 Smart Router DC48...................................................................................................... 174
5.1.3 Tellabs 8609 Smart Router and Tellabs 8611 Smart Router DC48 and DC...................................... 175
5.1.4 Tellabs 8607 Smart Router ................................................................................................................ 177
5.1.5 Tellabs 8605 Smart Router DC48, DC24 and DC............................................................................. 178
5.1.6 General DC Power Cabling and Power Accessory Assembly Information ...................................... 180
5.2 AC Power Cabling............................................................................................................................................. 185
5.2.1 Tellabs 8620 Smart Router AC.......................................................................................................... 185
5.2.2 Tellabs 8605 Smart Router AC.......................................................................................................... 185
6 Cabling....................................................................................................................... 186
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6.1 General............................................................................................................................................................... 186
6.1.1 Handling Cables ................................................................................................................................ 186
6.1.2 Maximum Electrical Ethernet Cable Lengths ................................................................................... 188
6.2 Electrical Cabling .............................................................................................................................................. 190
6.2.1 Ethernet Cables.................................................................................................................................. 190
6.2.2 E1/T1 Cables ..................................................................................................................................... 195
6.2.3 DS3 Cables ........................................................................................................................................ 200
6.2.4 xDSL Cables...................................................................................................................................... 200
6.2.5 Terminating Cables............................................................................................................................ 201
6.2.6 Balun Panels ...................................................................................................................................... 202
6.3 Optical Cabling.................................................................................................................................................. 204
6.3.1 Mode Conditioning Patch Cord..........................................................................................................211
6.3.2 Attenuators......................................................................................................................................... 212
6.4 Alarm Cabling ................................................................................................................................................... 212
6.4.1 CDC................................................................................................................................................... 212
6.4.2 SCM................................................................................................................................................... 213
6.4.3 Tellabs 8609 Smart Router, Tellabs 8607 Smart Router and Tellabs 8605 Smart Router................. 213
6.5 Synchronization Cabling ................................................................................................................................... 214
6.5.1 Tellabs 8660 Smart Router, Tellabs 8630 Smart Router and Tellabs 8620 Smart Router................. 214
6.5.2 Tellabs 8611 Smart Router ................................................................................................................ 215
6.5.3 Tellabs 8609 Smart Router ................................................................................................................ 215
6.5.4 Tellabs 8607 Smart Router ................................................................................................................ 216
6.5.5 Tellabs 8605 Smart Router ................................................................................................................ 216
6.6 Communication Link Cabling ........................................................................................................................... 217
6.6.1 Tellabs 8660 Smart Router and Tellabs 8630 Smart Router.............................................................. 217
6.6.2 Tellabs 8620 Smart Router ................................................................................................................ 219
6.6.3 Tellabs 8611 Smart Router ................................................................................................................ 219
6.6.4 Tellabs 8609 Smart Router, Tellabs 8607 Smart Router and Tellabs 8605 Smart Router................ 220
7 Maintenance............................................................................................................... 221
7.1 ESW Shutdown before Removing Card(s) or Switching NE Power off ........................................................... 222
7.2 Replacing CDC, SCM or Line Cards ................................................................................................................ 222
7.2.1 Replacing Line Card with No Protection Groups.............................................................................. 223
7.2.2 Replacing Line Card with Protection Groups.................................................................................... 223
7.2.3 Replacing CDC or SCM.................................................................................................................... 228
7.3 Replacing Interface Modules............................................................................................................................. 231
7.3.1 Tellabs 8660 Smart Router and Tellabs 8630 Smart Router.............................................................. 232
7.4 Replacing SCM.................................................................................................................................................. 233
7.5 Replacing Tellabs 8611 Smart Router, Tellabs 8609 Smart Router and Tellabs 8607 Smart Router Physical Line
Modules ............................................................................................................................................................. 234
7.5.1 Replacing High Speed Module with Same Type............................................................................... 234
7.5.2 Replacing High Speed Module with Different Type ......................................................................... 235
7.5.3 Replacing Line Module with Same Type .......................................................................................... 236
7.5.4 Replacing Line Module with Different Type..................................................................................... 237
7.6 Maintaining Air Filters ...................................................................................................................................... 238
7.6.1 Tellabs 8660 Smart Router R2 Subrack ............................................................................................ 238
7.6.2 Tellabs 8660 Smart Router V3.0 and V3.1........................................................................................ 240
7.6.3 Tellabs 8630 Smart Router ................................................................................................................ 240
7.6.4 Tellabs 8620 Smart Router ................................................................................................................ 243
7.6.5 Tellabs 8611 Smart Router ................................................................................................................ 243
7.6.6 Tellabs 8609 Smart Router ................................................................................................................ 244
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7.6.7 Tellabs 8607 Smart Router ................................................................................................................ 245
7.7 Replacing Fan Modules ..................................................................................................................................... 246
7.7.1 Tellabs 8660 Smart Router R2........................................................................................................... 247
7.7.2 Tellabs 8660 Smart Router V3.0 and V3.1........................................................................................ 249
7.7.3 Tellabs 8630 Smart Router ................................................................................................................ 251
7.7.4 Tellabs 8620 Smart Router ................................................................................................................ 253
7.7.5 Tellabs 8611 Smart Router ................................................................................................................ 254
7.7.6 Tellabs 8609 Smart Router ................................................................................................................ 255
7.7.7 Tellabs 8607 Smart Router ................................................................................................................ 256
7.8 Replacing Fuses................................................................................................................................................. 258
7.8.1 Tellabs 8660 Smart Router R2 with DC48 Power Input Module (PIM) ........................................... 258
7.8.2 Tellabs 8620 Smart Router AC.......................................................................................................... 259
7.8.3 Tellabs 8620 Smart Router DC48...................................................................................................... 259
7.8.4 Tellabs 8611 Smart Router ................................................................................................................ 260
7.8.5 Tellabs 8609 Smart Router ................................................................................................................ 260
7.8.6 Tellabs 8607 Smart Router ................................................................................................................ 260
7.8.7 Tellabs 8605 Smart Router ................................................................................................................ 261
7.9 Replacing DC48 Power Input Modules in Tellabs 8660 Smart Router R2....................................................... 262
7.10 Replacing Tellabs 8620 Smart Router DC48 Power Input Modules................................................................. 263
7.11 Replacing Tellabs 8611 Smart Router and Tellabs 8609 Smart Router Power Modules .................................. 264
7.12 Replacing Tellabs 8607 Smart Router Power Modules..................................................................................... 266
8 Commissioning ......................................................................................................... 268
8.1 Overview ........................................................................................................................................................... 268
8.2 Prerequisites....................................................................................................................................................... 268
8.3 Mechanical Installation Check .......................................................................................................................... 268
8.3.1 Network Element Installation............................................................................................................ 268
8.3.2 Grounding.......................................................................................................................................... 269
8.3.3 Power Installation.............................................................................................................................. 269
8.3.4 Cabling............................................................................................................................................... 269
8.4 Conguring Tellabs 8600 Network Elements ................................................................................................... 270
8.4.1 Powering Up Network Element......................................................................................................... 270
8.4.2 Initial Network Element Conguration ............................................................................................. 270
8.5 Conguring Communication Links ................................................................................................................... 273
8.5.1 Outband and Inband Management..................................................................................................... 273
8.5.2 Conguring Outband Management ................................................................................................... 274
8.5.3 Conguring Inband Management ...................................................................................................... 275
8.5.4 Management Trafc QoS................................................................................................................... 276
8.6 Testing Tellabs 8660 Smart Router and Tellabs 8630 Smart Router Protection Switching .............................. 277
8.6.1 Power ................................................................................................................................................. 277
8.6.2 Management ...................................................................................................................................... 277
8.7 Testing Tellabs 8611 Smart Router Protection Switching................................................................................. 278
8.7.1 Power ................................................................................................................................................. 278
8.7.2 Management ...................................................................................................................................... 278
8.8 Troubleshooting................................................................................................................................................. 278
8.8.1 Understanding LEDs ......................................................................................................................... 278
8.8.2 Power Failures ................................................................................................................................... 292
8.8.3 Fan Module........................................................................................................................................ 292
8.8.4 Line Cards.......................................................................................................................................... 293
8.8.5 Interface Modules and Line Modules................................................................................................ 293
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8.8.6 Commissioning.................................................................................................................................. 293
9 Required Tools .......................................................................................................... 294
9.1 Tellabs 8660 Smart Router and Tellabs 8630 Smart Router Assembly............................................................. 294
9.2 Tellabs 8620 Smart Router Installation ............................................................................................................. 294
9.3 Tellabs 8611 Smart Router Installation ............................................................................................................. 294
9.4 Tellabs 8609 Smart Router Installation ............................................................................................................. 294
9.5 Tellabs 8607 Smart Router Installation ............................................................................................................. 295
9.6 Tellabs 8605 Smart Router Installation ............................................................................................................. 295
9.7 Grounding and Power........................................................................................................................................ 295
9.8 Cabling............................................................................................................................................................... 296
9.9 Other Material.................................................................................................................................................... 296
10 ESW Downloading..................................................................................................... 297
10.1 ESW Downloading Using Windows Explorer .................................................................................................. 297
10.2 ESW Downloading Using Command Prompt FTP Session.............................................................................. 298
10.3 Activating Application Software....................................................................................................................... 300
Appendix: Commissioning Test Report........................................................................ 303
Commissioning Test Report ......................................................................................................................................... 303
Mechanical Installation ................................................................................................................................................ 305
Grounding..................................................................................................................................................................... 305
Power............................................................................................................................................................................ 305
Data Cabling................................................................................................................................................................. 306
Network Element Parameters....................................................................................................................................... 306
Power Protection Switching......................................................................................................................................... 306
Appendix: Conductor Gauge and Dimension Comparison Table.............................. 307
Appendix: Site Survey.................................................................................................... 308
Overview...................................................................................................................................................................... 308
Site Survey Check List and Acceptance Form for Tellabs 8600 System......................................................................311
Site Information............................................................................................................................................................ 312
Mechanical and Electrical Data.................................................................................................................................... 313
Data Cabling................................................................................................................................................................. 315
Site Reforms (Exceptions) ........................................................................................................................................... 316
Cables Needed.............................................................................................................................................................. 317
Connectors.................................................................................................................................................................... 317
Other............................................................................................................................................................................. 317
Floor Plan ..................................................................................................................................................................... 318
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Plans and Information Supplied ................................................................................................................................... 319
Miscellaneous............................................................................................................................................................... 319
Notes............................................................................................................................................................................. 320
End of Life Treatment ..................................................................................................... 321
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About This Manual
About This Manual
This section discusses the objectives and intended audience of this manual, Tellabs

8600 Smart
Routers Hardware Installation Guide and consists of the following sections:
Objectives
Audience
Related Documentation
Document Conventions
Documentation Feedback
Objectives
The goal is to provide instructions on how to install the Tellabs 8600 system hardware up to the
point when the network element is ready to be powered up. Guidance is provided on mechanical
installation, cooling, grounding, powering, cabling, maintenance, commissioning and ESW
downloading.
Audience
This manual is intended for those involved in the installation planning, physical installation and
maintenance of Tellabs 8600 series hardware.
Related Documentation
The document numbering scheme consists of the document ID, indicated by numbers, and the
document revision, indicated by a letter. The references in the Related Documentation table below
are generic and include only the document ID. To make sure the references point to the latest
available document versions, please refer to the relevant product document program on the Tellabs
Portal by navigating to www.portal.tellabs.com > Product Documentation > Data Networking >
Tellabs 8600 Smart Routers > Technical Documentation.
Tellabs

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Hardware Release Notes (76.8600-40027)
Consists of the hardware release notes of the network
element components in Tellabs 8605 smart router,
Tellabs 8607 smart router, Tellabs 8609 smart router,
Tellabs 8611 smart router, Tellabs 8620 smart router,
Tellabs 8630 smart router and Tellabs 8660 smart
router.
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Tellabs

8605 Smart Router FP1.5


Embedded Software Release Notes
(76.8615-50145)
Consists of the embedded software release notes of
Tellabs 8605 smart router.
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About This Manual
Tellabs

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Tellabs

8607 Smart Router FP1.1


Embedded Software Release Notes
(76.8611-50139)
Consists of the embedded software release notes of
Tellabs 8607 smart router.
Tellabs

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Tellabs

8609 Smart Router and Tellabs

8611 Smart Router FP1.1 Embedded Software


Release Notes (76.8611-50151)
Consists of the embedded software release notes of
Tellabs 8609 smart router and Tellabs 8611 smart
router.
Tellabs

8600 Smart Routers FP4.0


Embedded Software Release Notes
(76.8640-50152)
Consists of the embedded software release notes of
Tellabs 8620 smart router, Tellabs 8630 smart router
and Tellabs 8660 smart router.
Tellabs

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Tellabs

8605 Smart Router FP1.5 Ref-


erence Manual (76.8615-40082)
Describes network element features.
Tellabs

8600 Smart Routers


Tellabs

8607 Smart Router FP1.1 Reference


Manual (76.8611-40067)
Describes network element features.
Tellabs

8600 Smart Routers


Tellabs

8609 Smart Router FP1.0 and FP1.1


Reference Manual (76.8610-40086)
Describes network element features.
Tellabs

8600 Smart Routers


Tellabs

8611 Smart Router FP1.1 Reference


Manual (76.8611-40087)
Describes network element features.
Tellabs

8600 Smart Routers


Tellabs

8620 Smart Router FP4.0 Ref-


erence Manual (76.8640-40093)
Describes network element features.
Tellabs

8600 Smart Routers


Tellabs

8630 Smart Router FP4.0 Ref-


erence Manual (76.8640-40094)
Describes network element features.
Tellabs

8600 Smart Routers


Tellabs

8660 Smart Router FP4.0 Ref-


erence Manual (76.8640-40095)
Describes network element features.
Tellabs

8600 Smart Routers


Tellabs

8605 Smart Router FP1.5


Interface Conguration Guide (76.8615-50145)
Provides an overview of the Tellabs 8605 smart
router interface functions and instructions on how to
congure them with CLI.
Tellabs

8600 Smart Routers


Tellabs

8607 Smart Router FP1.1


Interface Conguration Guide (76.8611-50136)
Provides an overview of the Tellabs 8607 smart
router interface functions and instructions on how to
congure them with CLI.
Tellabs

8600 Smart Routers


Tellabs

8609 Smart Router FP1.0 and


Tellabs

8611 Smart Router FP1.1 Interface


Conguration Guide (76.8610-50149)
Provides an overview of the Tellabs 8609 smart router
and Tellabs 8611 smart router interface functions and
instructions on how to congure them with CLI.
Tellabs

8600 Smart Routers FP4.0


Interface Conguration Guide (76.8640-50153)
Provides an overview of the Tellabs 8620 smart router,
Tellabs 8630 smart router and Tellabs 8660 smart
router interface functions and instructions on how to
congure them with CLI.
Tellabs

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CLI Commands Manual (76.8600-50117)
Provides commands available to congure, monitor
and maintain the Tellabs 8600 system products with
CLI.
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About This Manual
Tellabs

8600 Smart Routers


Equipment Management Conguration
Guide (76.8600-50118)
Provides an overview of the user management,
hardware inventory, software management and
equipment protection and instructions on how to
congure them with CLI.
Tellabs

8600 Smart Routers


Management Communications Congu-
ration Guide (76.8600-50125)
Provides an overview of the management
communications functions and instructions for
conguring them with CLI.
Tellabs

8600 Smart Routers


Synchronization Conguration Guide
(76.8600-50114)
Provides an overview of the synchronization and
instructions on how to congure it with CLI.
Tellabs

8000 Intelligent Network Manager


SR4.0
Software Installation Manual (76.8040-70201)
Provides instructions on how to install and congure
Tellabs 8000 intelligent network manager in different
Tellabs 8000 intelligent network manager computer
platforms (workstation, servers).
Document Conventions
This is a note symbol. It emphasizes or supplements information in the document.
This is a caution symbol. It indicates that damage to equipment is possible if the instructions
are not followed.
This is a warning symbol. It indicates that bodily injury is possible if the instructions are not
followed.
Documentation Feedback
Please contact us to suggest improvements or to report errors in our documentation:
Email: -documentation@tellabs.com
Fax: +358.9.4131.2430
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Tellabs 8600 Rebranding
Tellabs 8600 Rebranding
Starting from September 2012, Tellabs 8600 product names are being rebranded. The table below
lists previous and new product names. You may see instances of both the previous and the new
product names in the customer documents during the transition period to the new naming system.
Previous Product Name New Product Name
Tellabs

8600 Managed Edge System Tellabs

8600 Smart Routers


Tellabs

8605 Access Switch Tellabs

8605 Smart Router


Tellabs

8607 Access Switch Tellabs

8607 Smart Router


Tellabs

8609 Access Switch Tellabs

8609 Smart Router


Tellabs

8611 Access Switch Tellabs

8611 Smart Router


Tellabs

8620 Access Switch Tellabs

8620 Smart Router


Tellabs

8630 Access Switch Tellabs

8630 Smart Router


Tellabs

8660 Edge Switch Tellabs

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Tellabs 8600 Discontinued Products
Tellabs 8600 Discontinued Products
Tellabs is announcing the Manufacture Discontinued (MD) for the following Tellabs 8600 products:
Tellabs 8600 Discontinued Products
Discontinued Product Replacement
Product/Solution
MD Notication
Tellabs 8605-A DC24
(81.86S8605DC24C-R6 Rev. D)
Tellabs 8605-A DC
(81.86S-8605A-DC-R6 Rev. A or
higher)
SC1002892-1
Tellabs 8605-A DC48
(81.86S8605DC2BC-R6 Rev. C)
Tellabs 8605-A DC
(81.86S-8605A-DC-R6 Rev. A or
higher)
SC1002892-1
Tellabs 8605-B DC24
(81.86S8605DC2DC-R6 Rev. C)
Tellabs 8605-B DC
(81.86S-8605B-DC-R6 Rev. A or
higher)
SC1002892-1
Tellabs 8605-B DC48
(81.86S8605DC48C-R6 Rev. B)
Tellabs 8605-B DC
(81.86S-8605B-DC-R6 Rev. A or
higher)
SC1002892-1
Tellabs 8605-D DC24
(81.86S8605DC4BC-R6 Rev. C)
Tellabs 8605-D DC
(81.86S-8605D-DC-R6 Rev. A or
higher)
SC1002892-1
Tellabs 8605-D DC48
(81.86S8605DC4DC-R6 Rev. C)
Tellabs 8605-D DC
(81.86S-8605D-DC-R6 Rev. A or
higher)
SC1002892-1
Tellabs 8660 smart router subrack
V3.1
(81.86S-8660-R6 Rev. A)
Tellabs 8660 smart router R2
subrack
82.86S-8660-R6 Rev. A
SC1003044-1
For details regarding Tellabs MD policy, refer to the Tellabs North America Manufacturing
Discontinued Policy found on the Tellabs Portal (www.portal.tellabs.com).
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Safety Notes
Safety Notes
This chapter lists safety notes and their translations for Tellabs 8600 network elements.
Intended Purpose
The equipment shall be used only for its intended purpose.
Das Gert soll nur fr den vorgesehen Einsatzzweck verwendet werden.
CAUTION: Do not insert an RJ-11 (telephone) plug into Ethernet or E1/T1 ports. Equipment
damage may result.
ACHTUNG: Stecken Sie keine RJ-11 (Telefon) Stecker in die Ethernet oder E1/T1 Anschlsse
da dieses zu einer Beschdigung des Gertes fhren kann.
CAUTION: Do not climb on or stand on the Tellabs 8600 network element. Neither the network
element nor its enclosure is designed to support the weight of a person.
ACHTUNG: Steigen Sie oder stellen Sie sich nicht auf das 8600 Netzwerk Element. Weder
des Netzwerk Element noch das Gehuse sind dafr ausgelegt worden das Gewicht einer
Person zu tragen.
Class 1 Laser Product
Class 1 laser product.
Laserprodukt der Klasse 1.
WARNING: No other types of lasers can be used than supplied and approved by Tellabs. If
other types are used, the laser class and compliance to laser safety and EMC standards
must be checked.
WARNUNG: Verwenden Sie keine anderen als die von Tellabs gelieferten und zugelassenen
Lasertypen. Falls Sie andere Typen verwenden, mssen die Laserklasse und die Einhaltung
von Lasersicherheits- und EMV-Normen geprft werden.
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WARNING: Install only lasers that have been demonstrated to meet Class 1 eye safe levels by
a Nationally recognized Authority such as The Food and Drug administrations 21CFR1040
Laser Energy Source, UL 60950-1 Information Technology equipment and European norms
EN60950-1, EN60825-1 and EN60825-2. Failure to use laser transceivers which meet these
standards could result in eye damage to users or service personnel working around the
equipment.
WARNUNG: Installieren Sie nur Laser der Klasse 1 die die Augenschutz Richtlinien
der staatlich anerkannten Organisationen wie z.B. The Food and Drug administrations
21CFR1040 Laser Energy Source, UL 60950-1 Information Technology equipment oder die
Europa Normen EN60950-1, EN60825-1 und EN60825-2 erfllen. Laser die diese Standards
nicht erfllen knnen zu Verletzungen an Augen des Benutzers und des Service Personals
das in der Nhe der Gerte arbeitet fhren.
WARNING: Optic operation should be veried by observing the status LEDs. Do not look into
the laser or ber to verify operation.
WARNUNG: berprfen Sie die Funktionstchtigkeit der Optischen Einheit anhand der Status
LED. Schauen Sie nie in den Laser oder die Glasfaser um die Funktion zu prfen.
WARNING: Because invisible radiation may be emitted from the aperture of the port when no
ber cable is connected, avoid exposure to radiation and do not stare into open apertures.
WARNUNG: Aus der Stecker ffnung knnen unsichtbare Strahlen emittieren wenn kein
Glasfaserkabel angeschlossen ist. Vermeiden Sie es sich den Strahlungen auszusetzen und
starren Sie nicht in die ffnungen.
WARNING: If you are going to remove the power module from Tellabs 8607 smart router,
Tellabs 8609 smart router or Tellabs 8611 smart router, or the power input module from Tellabs
8620 smart router or Tellabs 8660 smart router, or CDC from Tellabs 8660 smart router/Tellabs
8630 smart router, rst turn off the power switch (if any), then detach the power cable and only
after these actions, remove the power module or CDC. Never keep the power cable connected
to the power module or CDC while it is out of its slot. Otherwise the power module or CDC
may cause bodily injury or damage to the part that it is touching.
WARNUNG: Vor dem Entfernen des Netzteilmoduls des Tellabs 8607 smart router, Tellabs
8609 smart router oder des Tellabs 8611 smart router oder des Netzeingangsmoduls des
Tellabs 8620 smart router oder Tellabs 8660 smart router oder der CDC-Karte des Tellabs
8660 smart router/Tellabs 8630 smart router zuerst den Netzschalter (falls vorhanden)
ausschalten und danach das Netzkabel vom Netzteil trennen. Erst jetzt das Netzteilmodul
oder die CDC-Karte ausbauen. Lassen Sie niemals das Netzkabel mit dem Netzteilmodul oder
CDC verbunden, whrend es aus seinem Einschub ausgebaut ist. Andernfalls kann es zu
Verletzungen kommen oder andere Bauteile durch Berhrung beschdigt werden.
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Safety Notes
Jewelry Removal
WARNING: Before working on equipment that is connected to power source, remove jewelry
(including rings, necklaces, and watches). Metal objects will heat up when connected to
power and ground and can cause serious burns or weld the metal object to the terminals.
WARNUNG: Bevor Sie an Gerten arbeiten die an eine Spannungsversorgung angeschlossen
sind, entfernen Sie all Ihren Schmuck (einschlielich Ringe, Ketten und Uhren). Metallobjekte
erhitzen sich wenn sie einen Kurzschluss zwischen Spannungsversorgung und Masse/Erdung
verursachen. Dieses kann zu schweren Verbrennungen fhren oder das Anschweien an die
Anschlussklemmen zur Folge haben.
Installation and Maintenance
WARNING: This equipment is to be installed and maintained by qualied service personnel
only.
WARNUNG: Dieses Gert darf nur von qualiziertem Fach- oder Servicepersonal installiert
oder gewartet werden.
CAUTION: Electrical interfaces may require external protection devices to safeguard against
overvoltages, transients, earth potential differences and/or power cross-contacts.
ACHTUNG: Elektrische Anschlsse bentigen evtl. externe Schutzschaltungen
um sie vor berspannung, Einschaltspitzen, Erdpotentialunterschieden und/oder
Fremdspannungsberlagerung zu schtzen.
CAUTION: While handling the modules (Interface Modules, Line Modules, High Speed
Modules, SCM, CDC, Line Cards, Power Modules, Power Input Modules and Fan Modules) of
the Tellabs 8600 network elements, always take care of proper handling, e.g. do not bend
or twist the modules, do not touch the components on the modules, take care of good ESD
working practices, do not use excessive force while inserting or removing the modules,
do not drop the modules.
ACHTUNG: Achten Sie darauf, dass Sie mit den Modulen (Schnittstellenmodulen,
Netzmodulen, Hochgeschwindigkeits-Netzmodulen, SCM, CDC, Netzkarten, Netzteilmodulen,
Netzeingangsmodulen und Lftermodulen) der Tellabs 8600-Netzwerkelemente sorgsam
umgehen und diese nicht verbiegen oder verdrehen. Berhren Sie nicht die Bauteile auf
den Modulen. Wenden Sie beim Ein- oder Ausbauen der Module keine bermige Kraft an
und lassen Sie die Module nicht fallen. Beachten Sie auerdem die Arbeitsrichtlinien im
Zusammenhang mit elektrostatischer Entladung.
WARNING: For US usage: this equipment must only be used with a Nationally Recognized
Testing Laboratory (NRTL) approved power supply.
WARNUNG: Fr den Gebrauch in den USA: Dieses Gert darf nur mit einer von einer national
anerkannten Test Einrichtung (NTRL) zugelassenen Spannungsversorgung betrieben werden.
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Safety Notes
WARNING: Read the installation instructions before you connect the system to its power
source.
WARNUNG: Lesen Sie die Installationsanweisungen bevor Sie das System an die
Spannungsversorgung anschlieen.
WARNING: When installing or performing maintenance on the equipment, the ground
connection must always be made rst. Never operate or maintain an ungrounded equipment.
WARNUNG: Bei der Installation oder bei Wartungsarbeiten am Gert muss die Masse/Erdung
immer als erstes angeschlossen werden. Betreiben Sie oder arbeiten Sie niemals an einem
Gert das nicht geerdet ist.
WARNING: Keep away from moving fan blades during operation. The fan propeller will also
continue rotating momentarily after extraction. Be careful not to touch the propeller before
rotation has stopped.
WARNUNG: Halten Sie whrend des Betriebs einen ausreichenden Sicherheitsabstand zu
den bewegten Lftergeln. Das Lfterrad wird auch nach der Extraktion weiterhin kurzzeitig
rotieren. Seien Sie vorsichtig es nicht zu berhren bevor der Propeller zum Stillstand
gekommen ist.
Lightning Activity
WARNING: Do not work on the system or connect or disconnect cables during periods of
lightning activity.
WARNUNG: Arbeiten Sie whrend eines Gewitters mit Blitzschlag nicht an dem Gert oder
schlieen Sie auch keine Kabel an bzw. trennen Sie keine ab.
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1 Overview
1 Overview
1.1 Overall Installation Sequence
The installation of the Tellabs 8600 network elements comprises of the following stages:
planning of the installation
cooling
mechanical assembly of network elements
grounding
power installation
cabling
verifying the installation
initial conguration using CLI
1.2 Planning
The rst step of starting installation is planning. There are several details to be taken into account
in planning the installation and installation of telecommunications equipment. Installation
environments vary very much, thus exact guidance cannot be given. Sufcient power feeding
capability with sufcient battery back-up shall be planned. Safety issues shall be taken into account.
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) of all installed equipment has to be considered. Cooling of
equipment, rack, cabinet and the installation room has to be planned. Mechanical installation,
grounding, power installation and cabling has to be planned. Work safety and ESD protection
during installation has to be taken care of, too.
The site survey helps the planning of the installation, see Appendix: Site Survey.
1.3 Tellabs 8660 Smart Router
Tellabs 8660 smart router is applicable for installation in a 19 rack. The outer dimensions of the
Tellabs 8660 smart router subrack V3.0 or V3.1 are 446 mm/17.56 in x 633 mm/24.92 in x 305
mm/12.01 in (w x h x d) without side adapters. The weight of the subrack without side adapters
and cards is 16.3 kg/35.9 lbs. The weight of a fully equipped Tellabs 8660 smart router subrack
V3.0 or V3.1 is approximately 52 kg/115 lbs.
The outer dimensions of the Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack are 425 mm/16.73 in, 642
mm/25.28 in and 357 mm/14.06 in (w x h x d) the width with the integrated side adapter front ange
is 483 mm/19.02 in. The weight of the subrack without cards is 26.2 kg/57.8 lbs. The weight of a
fully equipped Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack is approximately 64 kg/141 lbs.
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There are 14 slots; 12 pcs of 28 mm/1.10 in wide slots for line cards with user trafc interfaces and
two 40 mm/1.57 in wide slots, one on both sides for the integrated Control and DC Power Card
(CDC). They can all be installed and removed from the front without disturbing the operation of
the other cards.
Fig. 1 Equipped Tellabs 8660 Smart Router Subrack V3.0 and V3.1
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Fig. 2 Equipped Tellabs 8660 Smart Router R2 Subrack with ELC1s and PIMs
1.3.1 Power Supply
Tellabs 8660 smart router is powered by the -48 Vdc battery voltage with the positive pole grounded
(the input voltage range is -40.5 Vdc...-60 Vdc). The input voltage is connected to the Tellabs 8660
smart router subrack V3.0 and V3.1 with a 3-pin power D-connector located on the CDC front
panel. The input voltage is connected to the Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack either with a
3-pin power D-connector located on the CDC front panel or with the screw type connector on the
DC48 Power Input Module (PIM) front plate.
Two PIM modules are used with Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack 82.86S-8660-R6 when more
power feed capacity than provided by CDC1-A or CDC1-B cards is needed. When CDC1-A or
CDC1-B cards are used to feed the power to Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack, PIM modules
are not needed; however the Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 Power Backplane Assembly must be
installed in both power slots (see chapter 3.1.1 Upgrading Power Feeding of Tellabs 8660 Smart
Router R2 from Protected CDC1 Feeding to Protected PIM Feeding). At least one CDC is always
needed in the subrack for control purposes.
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1.3.2 CDC
The control and dc-feed functionality is combined into a single card. The Control and DC Power
Card (CDC) provides the following:
connector as the interface for -48 Vdc battery voltage connection
EMI ltering
input transient overvoltage protection
polarity protection
input battery voltage status LED
holdup time provider
power switch with circuit breaker functionality
10/100BASE-TX port for management purposes
asynchronous serial interface (RS-232) for CLI
external alarm interface
station clock interface for an external reference clock
status LEDs
Power feed redundancy is accomplished by installing two CDCs in the network element. If two
CDCs are used, they will share the power feed load. The card protection group is automatically
created when the NE detects two CDCs.
CDC in slot 14 is mandatory in all congurations. Equipping slot 1 with another CDC depends on
protection needs; it is highly recommended, however.
Within one network element only the same type (A or B) of both CDC1 and IFC1 cards is
supported.
IFC2-B can however be used together with any type of CDC1 and IFC1, but if the port protection
features on IFC2-B are used, both interfaces in the protecting group must be IFC2-B.
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Fig. 3 Control and DC Power Card (CDC1)
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Fig. 4 CDC1 Front Panel and Connectors
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1.3.3 DC48 Power Input Module (PIM) for Tellabs 8660 Smart Router R2
Optional DC48 Power Input Module (PIM) for Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack offers -48
Vdc supply interface for Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack. Two PIM modules are used with
the Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack 82.86S-8660-R6 when more power feed capacity than
provided by CDC1-A or CDC1-B cards is needed. When CDC1-A or CDC1-B cards are used to
feed the power to the Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack, PIM modules are not needed; however
the Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 Power Backplane Assembly must be installed in both power slots
(see chapter 3.1.1 Upgrading Power Feeding of Tellabs 8660 Smart Router R2 from Protected
CDC1 Feeding to Protected PIM Feeding).
The Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack provides two power input modules (PIM) on the front
side of the NE. Two power input modules enable redundant power feeding. The nominal input
voltage is -48 Vdc.
The -48 Vdc output of the PIM is routed to the backplane for the use of line cards and fans.
The PIM features are the following:
connector as the interface for -48 Vdc battery voltage connection
EMI ltering
input transient overvoltage protection
polarity protection
input battery voltage status LED
holdup time provider
input over-current protection (fuses)
If the DC48 Power Input Modules are used with the Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack, the
DC power feed capabilities of CDC are not used.
Fig. 5 Front Panel of Power Input Module for Tellabs 8660 Smart Router R2
1.3.4 Line Cards
There are two types of line cards available:
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1. an Ethernet line card (ELC1)
2. Interface Module Concentrator (IFC) with up to two Interface Modules (IFMs)
1.3.5 Ethernet Line Card (ELC1)
The Ethernet line card (ELC1) provides an easy and signicant capacity upgrade to Tellabs 8660
smart router and Tellabs 8630 smart router. The single-slot-wide ELC1 card combines 20-Gbps
switching capacity and a xed number of two 10-Gigabit Ethernet and 12 one-Gigabit Ethernet
interfaces. All these interfaces offer wire-speed performance.
Mixing of CDC1 variants, IFC1, IFC2 and ELC1 in the same network element is allowed. As all the
other Tellabs 8600 cards, the ELC1 is hot-swappable.
For the maximum amount of ELC1 cards that can be installed in Tellabs 8660 smart router or Tellabs
8630 smart router and the ELC1 cooling requirements, refer to chapter 3.1.4 Line Card and CDC
Assembly with New Captive Screws and New Ejector Levers.
Fig. 6 Ethernet Line Card ELC1
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ELC1 card requires more effective cooling than Tellabs 8660 smart router V3.1 or V3.0 or Tellabs
8630 smart router V1.1 or V1.0 subracks can offer. Both subrack types can be updated to have
more powerful fan modules to keep ELC1 cards within acceptable temperature limits over the full
operating temperature range
1
. The Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack with DC48 Power Input
Modules (PIMs) can be fully equipped with ELC1 cards.
In order to use ELC1 in Tellabs 8660 smart router V3.1 or V3.0 the subrack has to be equipped with
Tellabs 8660 smart router R1 fan module, 81.86F-8660-R6, and in Tellabs 8630 smart router the
subrack has to be equipped with Tellabs 8630 smart router fan module 81.86F8630FANMD-R6
Rev. D. The software checks the fan module types and keeps the ELC1 cards in power-save mode if
the fan types are not correct.
Tellabs 8630 smart router subrack V1.0 or V1.1 with Tellabs 8630 smart router fan module
81.86F8630FANMD-R6 Rev. D supports four ELC1 cards. The conguration can be used over the
full operating temperature range if the altitude is 1000 m or less. If the altitude is over 1000 m, the
maximum operating temperature is decreased to +40C.
All empty line card slots have to be shielded with blank cover plates. When ELC1 cards are present
in Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack or Tellabs 8660 smart router subrack V3.0 or V3.1, the
blank cover plates with the air guide (part number 81.86B-LCBLANK-R6 LC Blank Cover with
Air Guide) must be used. The blank cover plates will cover the front plane and guide the air ow
through other cards neighboring the empty slots. The usage of this type of blank cover plates is
always recommended in installations when using the more powerful fan modules. It also increases
the air ow through other cards than ELC1.
ELC1 Power-Save Mode
The ELC1 card has a power-save mode to prevent permanent damage to the card. In power-save
mode the datapath is cut. The card will be automatically booted up after a while, about 8-9 minutes,
to try to resume normal operation. Alarms will be raised if the conditions for operation are not
acceptable for the ELC1 card.
The power-save mode will be enabled
if the fan module types of the subrack are not acceptable to be used with the ELC1 card
if the temperatures measured on the ELC1 card exceed critical temperature thresholds
if both fans of a single fan module are not rotating, the ELC1 cards located above the failed fan
module will go to power-save mode after 6 minutes.
1.3.6 IFC
Interface Module Concentrator (IFC) is a line card baseboard. IFC supports one or two various
interface modules (IFM). IFC with one or two IFMs make up an IFC line card.
There are two IFC1 variants depending on memory conguration (IFC1-A, IFC1-B) and one IFC2
variant (IFC2-B). IFC2 is an enhancement to the existing IFC1. Mixing of IFC1 and IFC2 in the
same network element is allowed and IFC2 is compatible with CDC1-A, CDC1-A-SEC, CDC1-B
and CDC1-B-SEC, In an ELP protection group both IFCs must be of the same generation; a mixed
IFC1 and IFC2 protection group is not supported.
1
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Fig. 7 Interface Module Concentrator (IFC1)
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Fig. 8 IFC Line Card Fully Equipped with IFC1 and Two 2x1000BASE-X IFMs
1.3.7 IFM
An interface module (IFM) located on IFC provides a physical connection to the network. The
gure below shows an example of an IFM.
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Fig. 9 24xchE1/chT1 Multiservice Interface Module
The interface modules available for IFC1 include:
8x10/100BASE-TX (RJ-45 connectors)
8x100BASE-X IFM (SFP transceiver)
2x1000BASE-X IFM (SFP transceiver)
8x1000BASE-X IFM (SFP transceiver)
2+6x10/100/1000BASE-COMBO2-port Gigabit Ethernet (SFP transceiver) and 6-port 10BASE-
T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T Ethernet (RJ-45 connectors) IFM
1xchSTM-1/chOC-3 Multiservice IFM (SFP transceiver)
4xSTM-1/OC-3 ATM IFM (SFP transceiver)
4xchSTM-1/chOC-3 Multiservice IFM (SFP transceiver)
8xSTM-1/OC-3 POS IFM (SFP transceiver)
4xSTM-4/OC-12 POS IFM (SFP transceiver)
1xSTM-16/OC-48 POS IFM (SFP transceiver)
24xchE1/chT1 Multiservice IFM (Sox connectors)
24xchE1/chT1 Mobile Optimization IFM (Sox connectors)
The interface modules available for IFC2 include:
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8x10/100/1000BASE-TX R2 IFM (RJ-45 connectors)
8x100/1000BASE-X R2 IFM (SFP transceiver)
1x10GBASE-R R2 IFM (SFP+ transceiver)
1xchSTM-1/chOC-3 Multiservice IFM (SFP transceiver)
4xSTM-1/OC-3 ATM IFM (SFP transceiver)
4xchSTM-1/chOC-3 Multiservice IFM (SFP transceiver)
8xSTM-1/OC-3 POS IFM (SFP transceiver)
4xSTM-4/OC-12 POS IFM (SFP transceiver)
1xSTM-16/OC-48 POS IFM (SFP transceiver)
24xchE1/chT1 Multiservice IFM (Sox connectors)
1.3.8 Cooling
Tellabs 8660 smart router is a forced convection-cooled equipment. Fresh air is taken from the
bottom-front of the subrack and funneled through the cards and the outlet air is led to the top.
Forced cooling is needed to dissipate the generated heat load and to maintain the components
within their operating limits.
Tellabs 8660 Smart Router Fan Modules and Subracks
Tellabs 8660 smart router fan
module V2.0 and V2.1
Tellabs 8660 smart router R1 fan
module
Tellabs 8660 smart router subrack V3.0 and V3.1
Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 fan
module
Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack
Tellabs 8660 smart router has three hot swappable fan modules. One fan module consists of two
parallel fans. Each of the three modules can be replaced without disturbing the operation of the
network element. The replacement time should be as short as possible.
CDC monitors and controls the equipment temperature by controlling the fan rotation speed via the
backplane. In case of a failure in one fan, the other ve will maintain adequate cooling for a limited
time. If more than one fan is failed, the NE will prevent inventory modications or creations.
Tellabs 8660 Smart Router Fan Modules and Their Operating Voltages
Tellabs 8660 smart router fan
module V2.0 and V2.1
Operating voltage 26 Vdc, generated in CDC, galvanically isolated
from battery voltage
Tellabs 8660 smart router R1 fan
module
Operating voltage is the 48 Vdc battery voltage, fed with external
fan module power cable
Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 fan
module
Operating voltage is the 48 Vdc battery voltage, fed to fan modules
via CDC and backplane
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The air lter prevents dust from entering the subrack and keeps the cards clean in order to maintain
adequate cooling. The air lter is located below the fan modules in Tellabs 8660 smart router
subrack V3.0 and V3.1 and in front of the fan modules in Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack. All
empty card slots must be shielded with a cover plate.
The fan modules and air lter can be replaced on the y without disturbing the data trafc through
the NE.
Tellabs 8660 smart router is delivered with the fan modules already installed in their places ready
for service. Always use the switch with all fan modules installed and operational.
In addition to network element level cooling, cabinet level cooling needs to be considered. If
a rack or cabinet is fully and densely equipped, it might require additional cabinet level cooling
to prevent the NE from overheating.
1.3.9 Redundancy
With two CDCs in Tellabs 8660 smart router, redundancy is achieved for the following:
power feed
management Fast Ethernet interface (MFE)
synchronization
control of the network element.
When two CDCs or PIMs are in the network element inventory, they are automatically protected.
1.4 Tellabs 8630 Smart Router
Tellabs 8630 smart router subrack can be installed into a 19 rack. The outer dimensions of the
subrack are 450 mm/17.72 in x 224 mm/8.82 in x 300 mm/11.81 in (w x h x d). The forced cooling
modules (fans) and air lter are located in the left part of the subrack. The weight of the subrack
without side adapters and cards is 7.85 kg/17.31 lbs. The weight of a fully equipped Tellabs 8630
smart router subrack is approximately 23 kg / 51 lbs.
Fig. 10 Tellabs 8630 Smart Router Subrack with ELC1s
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There are six slots of which four 28 mm/1.10 in wide slots are for line cards with user trafc
interfaces and two 40 mm/1.57 in wide slots in upper and lower part of the subrack are for the
integrated Control and DC Power Card (CDC). All line cards are positioned horizontally. They can
all be installed and removed from the front without disturbing the operation of the other cards.
1.4.1 Power Supply
Tellabs 8630 smart router is powered by the -48 Vdc battery voltage with the positive pole grounded
(the input voltage range is -40.5 Vdc...-60 Vdc). The input voltage is connected to the network
element with a 3-pin power D-connector located on the CDC front panel.
1.4.2 CDCs, Line Cards and IFMs
CDCs and line cards have the same functionality in Tellabs 8630 smart router as in Tellabs 8660
smart router. Exactly the same IFMs can be used in Tellabs 8630 smart router as in Tellabs 8660
smart router.
1.4.3 Cooling
Tellabs 8630 smart router has two hot swappable fan modules:
Version 1.1 (81.86F8630FANMD-R6 Rev. C)
81.86F8630FANMD-R6 Rev. D
Tellabs 8630 smart router fan module 81.86F8630FANMD-R6 Rev. D provides increased cooling
capability in the Tellabs 8630 smart router subrack. The basic operation of cooling is the same with
these fan modules as with the previous revision. The difference is the increased cooling capability
and thus increased power consumption of the fans.
Tellabs 8630 smart router is a forced convection-cooled equipment. Fresh air is taken from the left
side of the subrack and is blown through the cards to the right side. Forced cooling is needed to
dissipate the generated heat load and to maintain the components within their operating limits. In
case of a failure in one fan, the other three will maintain adequate cooling for a limited time. If more
than one fan is failed, the NE will prevent inventory modications or creations.
Two fan modules are located on the left side and blow air through the cards. One module consists
of two parallel fans. CDC is able to control and monitor the operation of the modules via the
backplane. The rotation speed is adjusted according to the temperature inside the cards. The fan
power, 26 Vdc, is generated on CDC and is galvanically isolated from the battery voltage.
The air lter is located in front of the fan modules. It prevents dust from entering the subrack
and keeps the cards clean in order to maintain adequate cooling. All empty card slots must be
shielded with a cover plate.
The fan modules and air lter can be replaced on the y without disturbing the data trafc through
the NE.
Tellabs 8630 smart router is delivered with the fan modules already installed in their places ready
for service. Always use the switch with all fan modules installed and operational.
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In addition to network element level cooling, cabinet level cooling needs to be considered. If
a rack or cabinet is fully and densely equipped, it might require additional cabinet level cooling
to prevent the NE from overheating.
1.4.4 Redundancy
With two CDCs in Tellabs 8630 smart router, redundancy is achieved for the following:
power feed
management Fast Ethernet interface (MFE)
synchronization
control of the network element.
When two CDCs are in the network element inventory, they are automatically protected.
1.5 Tellabs 8620 Smart Router
Tellabs 8620 smart router enclosure can be installed in a 19 cabinet by using side adapters. The
physical dimensions without side adapters are 441 mm/17.36 in x 88 mm/3.46 in x 288 mm/11.34 in
(w x h x d). The weight is 4.3 kg/9.48 lbs without interface modules.
Fig. 11 Tellabs 8620 Smart Router AC
Fig. 12 Tellabs 8620 Smart Router DC48
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1.5.1 Power Supply
Tellabs 8620 smart router is powered either by 100-240 Vac or -40.5 Vdc...-60 Vdc depending
on the type.
1.5.2 IFMs and Fixed Interfaces
There are two slots available for interface modules. From a mechanical point of view the slots
can be furnished with the same IFMs as in Tellabs 8660 smart router. Note that not all IFMs are
supported by Tellabs 8620 smart router although mechanically compatible, please check Tellabs

8620 Smart Router Reference Manual for the list of supported IFMs on Tellabs 8620 smart router.
The IFMs are attached to the main baseboard. Thus, there are no plug-in cards. All the user access
interfaces for external data cabling reside in the front panel.
The front panel of Tellabs 8620 smart router provides the following:
One xed 10/100BASE-TX port with RJ-45 connector
Asynchronous Serial Interface (RS-232) for console
Status LEDs
Timing Module is available as an option providing unbalanced and balanced station clock inter-
face for an external reference clock
DC power feed version has two hot-pluggable and front accessible power input modules.
1.5.3 Cooling
Tellabs 8620 smart router is a forced convection-cooled equipment. Fresh air is taken from the left
side of the enclosure and blown through the baseboard and module assembly. The outlet air leaves
the enclosure on the right hand side. Forced cooling is needed to dissipate the generated heat load
and to maintain the components within their operating limits. In case of a failure in one fan, the
other two will maintain adequate cooling for a limited time.
The air lter is located in front of the fan modules on the left side. It prevents dust from entering
the enclosure and keeps IFMs clean in order to maintain normal convection efciency. All empty
IFM slots must be shielded with a cover plate.
The fan module and air lter can be replaced on the y without disturbing the data trafc through
the NE.
Tellabs 8620 smart router is delivered with the fan module already installed. Always use the switch
with the fan module installed and operational.
1.5.4 Redundancy
Tellabs 8620 smart router DC48 has a redundant power supply when housed with two power
input modules.
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1.6 Tellabs 8611 Smart Router
Tellabs 8611 smart router is a modular network element with replaceable line modules and power
modules.
The Tellabs 8611 smart router enclosure can be installed into a 19, 23 or ETSI rack and its outer
dimensions are 441 mm/17.38 in x 88 mm/3.5 in x 300 mm/11.875 in (w x h x d). The weight is
4.6 kg/10.14 lbs with adapters but without fan, power and line modules.
Tellabs 8611 smart router is delivered with 19 side adapters. The side adapters are removable.
An adapter kit for 23 rack installation is available as a separate option. The kit includes two
extension adapters for the 19 side adapters and mounting screws. The order code for the 2U
adapter kit is 149.0247.
All connectors including power are located on the front of the enclosure.
Fig. 13 Tellabs 8611 Smart Router DC
Tellabs 8611 smart router is shipped with a plate held in place with screws which covers the
front of the enclosure to strengthen and prevent damage during shipment. Remove the
screws and discard the shipping plate after mounting the switch before modules are installed.
1.6.1 Power Supply
DC Power Supply
Tellabs 8611 smart router can be powered with either -48 Vdc or +24 Vdc battery voltages.
The supported power modules are:
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DC power module (support for both -48 Vdc and +24 Vdc nominal input voltages):
The NE provides a slot for a single dual input DC power module. If redundant power feeding
is required, it is achieved by connecting two independent power feeds to the A input and B
input of the power module.
DC48 power module (support for -48 Vdc nominal input voltage):
The NE provides two slots for a dual half-height DC48 power module. If fully redundant power
feeding is required, it is achieved by installing a DC48 power module in both slots, however, a
single supply can be used if redundancy is not required.
The DC and DC48 power modules are the same for Tellabs 8611 smart router and Tellabs 8609
smart router. Both power modules are accessible on the front side of the NE. An empty power
module slot must be shielded with a cover plate.
The power modules have an isolated DC/DC converter to create the needed supply voltage to
operate the NE.
There is no ON/OFF switch on theTellabs 8611 smart router. The equipment is turned on/off by
either using the breaker/fuse in the power distribution unit or by connecting/removing the power
cable. The power cable connector is secured by two retention screws to avoid unintentional removal.
Fig. 14 Tellabs 8609 Smart Router and Tellabs 8611 Smart Router DC Power Module Front
Panel
Fig. 15 Tellabs 8609 Smart Router and Tellabs 8611 Smart Router DC48 Power Module Front
Panel
1.6.2 Switching and Control Modules
There are two slots for the Switching and Control Modules (SCM). On initial power-up of the
NE, the SCM in slot SCM2 is active.
The SCM functional features include System Control CPU and Datapath Network Processor, and
alarming and management interfaces.
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If the NE is powered up with only one SCM, it must be equipped in slot SCM2. An empty
SCM slot must be shielded with a cover plate.
Fig. 16 Switching and Control Module Front Panel
1.6.3 High Speed Modules
There are three slots for the High Speed Modules (HM). The user can choose the media type
according to needs. The supported High Speed Modules are listed below.
4x10/100/1000BASE-TX HM (RJ-45 connectors)
4x100/1000BASE-X HM (SFP transceiver)
The high speed modules are hot swappable. The Tellabs 8611 smart router does not need to be
powered off to add or replace high speed modules.
The high speed modules support automatic MDI/MDI-X crossover. You can connect the interface
using either a straight cable or a crossover cable. The cable type is detected automatically.
Fig. 17 4x10/100/1000BASE-TX HM Front Panel
Fig. 18 4x100/1000BASE-X HM Front Panel
1.6.4 Line Modules
There are four slots for user changeable line modules. The line modules available are:
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8x10/100BASE-TX LM (RJ-45 connectors)
8xchE1/chT1 LM (RJ-45 connectors)
Line modules are not hot swappable. Unpredictable system behavior can occur if line modules are
removed or installed while the Tellabs 8611 smart router has power applied.
8x10/100BASE-TX LM supports automatic MDI/MDI-X crossover. You can connect the interface
using either a straight cable or a crossover cable. The cable type is detected automatically.
For safety reasons, the 8xchE1/chT1 LM connectors cannot be connected to the Ethernet
interface. Be careful not to misconnect the cables.
Fig. 19 8x10/100BASE-TX Line Module
Fig. 20 8xchE1/chT1 Line Module
1.6.5 Cooling
Tellabs 8611 smart router is forced convection-cooled equipment. Fresh air is taken from the left
side of the enclosure and blown through the baseboard and the line modules. The outlet air leaves
the enclosure on the right hand side. Forced cooling is needed to dissipate the generated heat load
and to maintain the components within their operating limits.
The fan module is located on the left hand side of the NE and contains ten parallel fans. The SCM is
able to control and monitor the operation of the fans. The rotation speed is adjusted according to
the temperature inside the enclosure, and in case of failure in one fan the other nine will maintain
adequate cooling for a limited time.
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The air lter is located in the inlet side of the fan module. It prevents dust from entering the
enclosure in order to maintain adequate cooling of internal components. An empty LM, HM, SCM
or power module slot must be shielded with a cover plate.
The fan module and air lter can be replaced on the y without disturbing the data trafc through
the NE.
Tellabs 8611 smart router is shipped with the fan module not installed. Always use the switch
with the fan module installed and operational.
1.6.6 Redundancy
Tellabs 8611 smart router supports the protection of important NE-level capabilities via the protected
SCM pair. If there is an SCM in both slot 1 and slot 2 and if both of them are members of the NE
inventory, protection is automatically on. The protected system capabilities supported by SCM 1+1
equipment protection are as follows:
Forwarding functions and protocols
Signaling functions and protocols
Management functions, protocols, and interfaces
System alarm interfaces
System status indicators
Station clock interfaces
Backup of conguration data
Non-service affecting software upgrades
If redundant power feeding is required, it is achieved by connecting two independent power feeds to
the A input and B input of the Tellabs 8611 smart router DC power module or use two independent
DC48 power modules. An empty power module slot must be shielded with a cover plate.
1.7 Tellabs 8609 Smart Router
Tellabs 8609 smart router is a modular network element with replaceable line modules and power
modules.
The Tellabs 8609 smart router enclosure can be installed into a 19, 23 or ETSI rack and its outer
dimensions are 441 mm/17.36 in x 44 mm/1.73 in x 300 mm/11.81 in (w x h x d). The weight is 3.0
kg/6.61 lbs with adapters but without fan, power and line modules.
Tellabs 8609 smart router is delivered with 19 side adapters. The side adapters are removable.
An adapter kit for 23 rack installation is available as a separate option. The kit includes two
extension adapters for the 19 side adapters and mounting screws. The order code for the 1U adapter
kit is 887223038A (1U adapter 19 to 23in, SCREW 12-24 X 1/2).
All connectors including power are located on the front of the enclosure.
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Fig. 21 Tellabs 8609 Smart Router DC
1.7.1 Power Supply
DC Power Supply
Tellabs 8609 smart router can be powered with either -48 Vdc or +24 Vdc battery voltages.
The supported power modules are:
DC power module (support for both -48 Vdc and +24 Vdc nominal input voltages):
The NE provides a slot for a single dual input DC power module. If redundant power feeding
is required, it is achieved by connecting two independent power feeds to the A input and B
input of the power module.
DC48 power module (support for -48 Vdc nominal input voltage):
The NE provides two slots for a dual half-height DC48 power module. If fully redundant power
feeding is required, it is achieved by installing a DC48 power module in both slots, however, a
single supply can be used if redundancy is not required.
The DC and DC48 power modules are the same for Tellabs 8611 smart router and Tellabs 8609
smart router. Both power modules are accessible on the front side of the NE. An empty power
module slot must be shielded with a cover plate.
The power modules have an isolated DC/DC converter to create the needed supply voltage to
operate the NE.
There is no ON/OFF switch on Tellabs 8609 smart router. The equipment is turned on/off by either
using the breaker/fuse in the power distribution unit or by connecting/removing the power cable.
The power cable connector is secured by two retention screws to avoid unintentional removal.
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Fig. 22 Tellabs 8609 Smart Router and Tellabs 8611 Smart Router DC Power Module Front
Panel
Fig. 23 Tellabs 8609 Smart Router and Tellabs 8611 Smart Router DC48 Power Module Front
Panel
1.7.2 Fixed Interfaces
Tellabs 8609 smart router provides the following types of xed interfaces.
8 ports 100/1000BASE-X SFP
4 ports 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T
Station Clock Input (SCI) and Output (SCO)
Pulse-per-second interface (this port is for future use and will become operational in a future
software release.)
External alarm interface
Console interface
10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T interfaces support automatic MDI/MDI-X crossover. You
can connect the interface using either a straight or crossover cable. The cable type is detected
automatically.
The electrical Ethernet ports are designed for intra-building use only. They are not meant
for external connections.
1.7.3 Line Modules
There are two slots for user changeable line modules. The line modules available are:
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8x10/100BASE-TX LM (RJ-45 connectors)
8xchE1/chT1 LM (RJ-45 connectors)
Line modules are not hot swappable. Unpredictable system behavior can occur if line modules are
removed or installed while the Tellabs 8609 smart router has power applied.
8x10/100BASE-TX LM supports automatic MDI/MDI-X crossover. You can connect the interface
using either a straight cable or a crossover cable. The cable type is detected automatically.
For safety reasons, the 8xchE1/chT1 LM connectors cannot be connected to the Ethernet
interface. Be careful not to misconnect the cables.
Fig. 24 8x10/100BASE-TX Line Module
Fig. 25 8xchE1/chT1 Line Module
1.7.4 Cooling
Tellabs 8609 smart router is forced convection-cooled equipment. Fresh air is taken from the left
side of the enclosure and blown through the baseboard and the line modules. The outlet air leaves
the enclosure on the right hand side. Forced cooling is needed to dissipate the generated heat load
and to maintain the components within their operating limits.
The fan module is located on the left hand side of the NE and contains ve parallel fans. The
baseboard is able to control and monitor the operation of the fans. The rotation speed is adjusted
according to the temperature inside the enclosure, and in case of failure in one fan the other four will
maintain adequate cooling for a limited time.
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The air lter is located in the inlet side of the fan module. It prevents dust from entering the
enclosure in order to maintain adequate cooling of internal components. All empty line or power
module slots must be shielded with a cover plate.
The fan module and air lter can be replaced on the y without disturbing the data trafc through
the NE.
Tellabs 8609 smart router is shipped with the fan module not installed. Always use the switch
with the fan module installed and operational.
1.7.5 Redundancy
If redundant power feeding is required, it is achieved by connecting two independent power feeds to
the A input and B input of the Tellabs 8609 smart router DC power module or use two independent
DC48 power modules. An empty power module slot must be shielded with a cover plate.
1.8 Tellabs 8607 Smart Router
Tellabs 8607 smart router is a modular network element with replaceable line modules and power
modules.
Tellabs 8607 smart router enclosure can be installed into a 19, 23 or ETSI rack and its outer
dimensions are 446 mm/17.56 in x 44.35 mm/1.75 in x 250 mm/9.84 in (w x h x d). The weight is
2.65 kg/5.84 lbs with adapters but without fan, power and line modules.
Tellabs 8607 smart router is delivered with 19 side adapters. The side adapters are removable.
An adapter kit for 23 rack installation is available as a separate option. The kit includes two
extension adapters for the 19 side adapters and mounting screws. The order code for the 1U adapter
kit is 887223038A (1U adapter 19 to 23in, SCREW 12-24 X 1/2).
All connectors including power are located on the front of the enclosure.
Fig. 26 Tellabs 8607 Smart Router DC
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1.8.1 Power Supply
DC Power Supply
Tellabs 8607 smart router can be powered with either -48 Vdc or +24 Vdc battery voltages. The
same DC power module supports both, the -48 Vdc and +24 Vdc battery voltages. There are no
separate DC power modules for the two DC voltages.
There are two slots for the DC power module. Redundancy is achieved by using two DC power
modules. An empty power module slot must be shielded with a cover plate. The DC power modules
are hot-swappable. The lower power module is the working one and the upper is the protecting one.
There is no active current sharing between the two DC power modules. However, the current will
normally be divided rather equally between the two DC power modules. One power module is able
to supply the whole current required by Tellabs 8607 smart router.
The power module has an isolated DC/DC converter to create the needed supply voltage to operate
the NE.
There is no ON/OFF switch on Tellabs 8607 smart router, but the equipment is turned on by
connecting the input voltage to the equipment with the power cable. The power cable connector
is secured by a retention clip to avoid unintentional detaching.
Fig. 27 Tellabs 8607 Smart Router DC Power Module
1.8.2 Fixed Interfaces
Tellabs 8607 smart router provides the following types of xed interfaces:
100/1000BASE-X, or 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T
Station Clock Input (SCI)
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Station Clock Output (SCO)
External alarm interface
2 x 10/100/1000BASE-T supports automatic MDI/MDI-X crossover.
The electrical Ethernet ports are designed for intra-building use only. They are not meant
for external connections.
1.8.3 Line Modules
There are three slots for user changeable line modules. The line modules available are:
8x10/100BASE-TX LM (RJ-45 connectors)
8xchE1/chT1 LM (RJ-45 connectors)
2xADSL LM (RJ-14 connector)
4xSHDSL LM (RJ-45 connectors)
The user interface connector type is RJ-45 in all other line modules but RJ-14 for 2xADSL LM.
Tellabs 8607 smart router must be powered off when replacing or adding a line module. The line
modules are not hot swappable.
8x10/100BASE-TX LM supports automatic MDI/MDI-X crossover. You can connect the interface
using either a straight cable or a crossover cable. The cable type is detected automatically.
For safety reasons, the 8xchE1/chT1 LM connectors cannot be connected to the Ethernet
interface. Be careful not to misconnect the cables.
Fig. 28 8x10/100BASE-TX Line Module
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Fig. 29 8xchE1/chT1 Line Module
Fig. 30 2xADSL Line Module
Fig. 31 4xSHDSL Line Module
1.8.4 Cooling
The Tellabs 8607 smart router is forced convection-cooled equipment. Fresh air is taken from the
left side of the enclosure and blown through the baseboard and the line modules. The outlet air
leaves the enclosure on the right hand side. Forced cooling is needed to dissipate the generated heat
load and to maintain the components within their operating limits.
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The fan module is located on the left hand side of the NE and contains four parallel fans. The
baseboard is able to control and monitor the operation of the fans. The rotation speed is adjusted
according to the temperature inside the enclosure, and in case of failure in one fan the other three
will maintain adequate cooling for a limited time.
The air lter is located in the inlet side of the fan module. It prevents dust from entering the
enclosure and keeps the inside cleaner in order to maintain adequate cooling. An empty line or
power module slot must be shielded with a cover plate.
The fan module and air lter can be replaced on the y without disturbing the data trafc through
the NE.
Tellabs 8607 smart router is shipped with the fan module not installed. Always use the switch
with the fan module installed and operational.
1.8.5 Redundancy
If redundant power feeding is required, it is achieved by installing a Tellabs 8607 smart router DC
power module in both slots. An empty power module slot must be shielded with a cover plate. The
DC power modules are hot-swappable.
1.9 Tellabs 8605 Smart Router
The Tellabs 8605 smart router enclosure can be installed into a 19rack. Installation into a 23 and
ETSI 600 mm rack is supported with additional rack side adapters. The outer dimensions of the
enclosure are 446 mm/17.56 in x 44.35 mm/1.75 in x 250 mm/9.84 in (w x h x d). The weight is
2.35 kg/5.18 lbs without side adapters.
Tellabs 8605 smart router is delivered with 19 side adapters. The side adapters are removable.
An adapter kit for 23 rack installation is available as a separate option. The kit includes two
extension adapters for the 19 side adapters and mounting screws. The order code for the 1U adapter
kit is 887223038A (1U adapter 19 to 23in, SCREW 12-24 X 1/2).
All connectors including power are located on the front of the enclosure.
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Fig. 32 Tellabs 8605-D DC Enclosure
Fig. 33 Tellabs 8605 AC
1.9.1 Power Supply
There are four different powering possibilities of Tellabs 8605 smart router:
AC
-48 Vdc
+24 Vdc
-48 Vdc/+24 Vdc
DC Power Supply
There are three different variants of Tellabs 8605 smart routeres for DC voltage operation:
Tellabs 8605 DC48 for nominal -48 Vdc operation
Tellabs 8605 DC24 for nominal +24 Vdc operation
Tellabs 8605 DC for nominal -48 Vdc or +24 Vdc operation
The power supply is a separate module. The power module has an isolated DC/DC converter to
create the needed supply voltage to operate the NE. The DC power module has redundant inputs for
protected power feeding and a fuse for each input.
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There is no ON/OFF switch on Tellabs 8605 smart router, but the equipment is turned on by
connecting the input voltage to the equipment with the power cable. The power cable connector
is secured by a retention clip to avoid unintentional detaching.
AC Power Supply
The nominal input voltage range is 100 Vac 240 Vac. The input connector with a lter is located
on the front side of the enclosure.
There is no ON/OFF switch on Tellabs 8605 smart router, but the equipment is turned on/off by
connecting the input voltage to the equipment with the power cable. The power cable connector can
be secured by a spring for cable clamping to avoid unintentional detaching.
The power supply input is protected against over-current with two fuses. The fuses are located
inside the metallic case and changing them is allowed only for the Tellabs Repair Center.
1.9.2 Fixed Interfaces
Tellabs 8605 smart router is a stand-alone device and uses a baseboard architecture. This means
that the functionality including interfaces has been integrated into a single main baseboard and
the interfaces are xed and cannot be changed.
Tellabs 8605 smart router provides the following types of interfaces:
2 x 1000BASE-T/1000BASE-SX/LX
2 x 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX
16 x chE1/chT1
2 x DS3 (Tellabs 8605-D)
Station clock input 2048 kHz (SCI)
External alarm interface
CLI interface (console)
For safety reasons, the E1/T1 connectors cannot be connected to the Ethernet interface. Be
careful not to misconnect the cables.
When the DS3 interfaces are enabled for use, two of the T1 ports (ports 7 and 15) will be
disabled.
1.9.3 Fixed chE1/chT1 Interface
Tellabs 8605 smart router supports 16 symmetrical short or long haul channelized E1/channelized
T1 interfaces (2,048/1,544 Mbps).
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The connector type is RJ-45 jack. The connector wiring is according to RJ48c without ground pins 7
and 8. The body of the RJ-45 jack is shielded and grounded in order to make ground contact to
the twisted pair cable shield which is connected to the shielded body of the RJ-45 plug. The line
termination impedance is 120 with E1 port and 100 with T1 port.
1.9.4 Cooling
Tellabs 8605 smart router is a free convection-cooled equipment. Thus there are no fans nor air
dust lter. The equipment has ventilation holes on both the left and right sides and on top of the
enclosure. Do not cover the ventilation holes.
1.9.5 Redundancy
The DC variants of Tellabs 8605 smart router have a redundant power supply with two input
connectors. Power redundancy is achieved when both power inputs are used. There is no active
current sharing between the inputs, thus either one can be regarded as an active device and is able
to supply the whole current needed.
1.10 Cabling and Connectors
The cabling must be done in such manner that it is possible to replace or add a line card later
and an unrestricted access to the fans and air lters is guaranteed.
The overall cabling of Tellabs 8605 smart router, Tellabs 8607 smart router, Tellabs 8609 smart
router, Tellabs 8611 smart router, Tellabs 8620 smart router, Tellabs 8630 smart router and Tellabs
8660 smart router is done on the front side of the network elements. However, the power cabling of
Tellabs 8620 smart router AC is done on the back side of the enclosure.
In Tellabs 8630 smart router the IFMs are horizontally positioned and because of this the cables
need to be led to the right from the IFMs. Space needs to be reserved for the cables on the right
side of the rack. Also the side adapters need to be installed so that there is enough space for the
cables to be led from the front of the Tellabs 8630 smart router subrack to the right side of the
subrack. The cables should not be led to the left because the air lter assembly needs to be opened
twice a year for lter replacement.
When Tellabs 8630 smart router is installed into an ETSI rack, there is more space on the right side
of the NE, and it is possible to use special side adapters for an optimal cable support structure. As
shown in the gure below, the cables can be led to the right via wire saddles mounted onto the right
ETSI side adapter and then further via a through hole of the right side adapter.
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Fig. 34 Tellabs 8630 Smart Router Subrack with ETSI Side Adapters Attached
Fig. 35 Uninstalled ETSI and ANSI Side Adapters
1.10.1 Electrical Ethernet Data Cabling
8x10/100BASE-TX
The female connector type in 8x10/100BASE-TX is RJ-45.
The 8x10/100BASE-TX IFM supports automatic MDI/MDI-X crossover since hardware version
2.0. The 8x10/100BASE-TX LM of Tellabs 8607 smart router, Tellabs 8609 smart router and
Tellabs 8611 smart router supports automatic MDI/MDI-X crossover since hardware version 1.0.
You can connect the interface using either a straight cable or a crossover cable. The cable type is
detected automatically.
The requirement for 10/100BASE-TX patch cables and connecting hardware is 100 category 5
FTP or higher.
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4x10/100/1000BASE-TX
The female connector type in 4x10/100/1000BASE-TX is RJ-45.
The 4x10/100/1000BASE-TX HM of Tellabs 8611 smart router supports automatic MDI/MDI-X
crossover. The requirement for electrical 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T Ethernet patch
cables and connecting hardware is 100 category 5e FTP or higher.
10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T
The female connector type in 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T is RJ-45.
The requirement for electrical 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T Ethernet patch cables and
connecting hardware is 100 category 5e FTP or higher. The automatic MDI/MDI-X crossover is
supported.
Fig. 36 RJ-45 Jack
8x10/100BASE-TX and 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T are designed for indoor use only.
They are not meant for external connections.
1.10.2 Electrical E1/T1 Cabling
24xchE1/chT1 Multiservice and 24xchE1/chT1 Mobile Optimization
The connector type for 24xchE1/chT1 Multiservice and 24xchE1/chT1 Mobile Optimization IFMs
is Sox. For optimal performance, 120 shielded twisted pair cables should be used for E1 and
100 shielded twisted pair for T1.
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Fig. 37 Sox Connector when Used in Tellabs 8660 Smart Router
It is an absolute requirement with the 24xchE1/chT1 Multiservice and 24xchE1/chT1
Mobile Optimization to use shielded twisted pair cables to minimize the effect of external
disturbances to system performance. Preferably, each twisted pair should be individually
shielded. Make sure the shield is continuous throughout the entire transmission line including
connectors. The cable screen must make a 360 contact to the connector shield. Every cable
shield and patch panel must be grounded in each subrack.
The 24xchE1/chT1 Multiservice and 24xchE1/chT1 Mobile Optimization IFMs are designed
for indoor use only and they are not meant for external connections. However, long haul
applications, i.e. outdoors are still possible, but that requires additional external protection
devices against overvoltage.
The E1/T1 interfaces are designed and tested to withstand a 500 V surge pulse (1.2/50 s or
8/20 s) between signal wire and ground without any external protection devices. If higher
surge voltages are expected, external primary protection devices are required. The ring
voltage of the protection devices must be less than 500 V and the devices must be selected
so that no signal quality degradation occurs.
16 x chE1/chT1 (Tellabs 8605 Smart Router) and 8xchE1/chT1 (Tellabs 8607 Smart Router, Tellabs
8609 Smart Router and Tellabs 8611 Smart Router)
The connector type for the Tellabs 8605 smart router 16 x chE1/chT1 xed interface or Tellabs 8607
smart router, Tellabs 8609 smart router, and Tellabs 8611 smart router 8xchE1/chT1 line module is
RJ-45 jack with connector wiring according to RJ48c without ground pins 7 and 8. The body of
the RJ-45 jack is shielded and grounded in order to make ground contact to the twisted pair cable
shield which is connected to the shielded body of the RJ-45 plug. For optimal performance, 120
shielded twisted pair cables should be used for E1 and 100 shielded twisted pair for T1.
CAUTION: Do not connect or disconnect the RJ-45 cables at temperature under -20C.
Equipment damage may result.
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The E1/T1 interfaces are designed and tested to withstand a 1.5 kV longitudinal and metallic
(cm and dm) mode surge pulse (1.2/50 s and 10/700 s) without any external protection
devices. If higher surge voltages are expected, external primary protection devices are
required. The ring voltage of the protection devices must be less than 1 kV and the devices
must be selected so that no signal quality degradation occurs.
1.10.3 Electrical xDSL Cabling
4xSHDSL
The line connector type is four pair RJ-45 and wiring according to TIA568A. For optimal
performance, 135 shielded twisted pair cables should be used.
2xADSL
The line connector type for 2xADSL is RJ-14. For optimal performance, 100 twisted pair cables
should be used.
1.10.4 DS3 Cabling
The DS3 interface connector type is SMB (75 unbalanced) female in Tellabs 8605-D.
For optimal performance, a 75 shielded coaxial cable should be used with connectors meeting
performance requirements listed in [MIL-C-39012]. The recommended cable transmission
characteristics are shown in ANSI [T1.404-2002 Annex C], Figure C.1. Typical implementations
use up to 450 feet (137 m) of coaxial cable.
The DS3 ports are designed for intra-building use only. They are not meant for external
connections.
1.10.5 Optical Data Cabling
8x100BASE-X IFM supports 50 m or 62.5 m multimode ber (100BASE-FX) or singlemode
ber (100BASE-LX10, 100BASE-EX, 100BASE-ZX).
2x1000BASE-X and 8x1000BASE-X IFMs support 50 m or 62.5 m multimode ber
(1000BASE-SX) or singlemode ber (1000BASE-LX, 1000BASE-EX, 1000BASE-ZX,
1000BASE-ZX-CWDM, 1000BASE-DWDM).
8x100/1000BASE-X R2 IFM supports 50 m or 62.5 m multimode ber (100BASE-FX,
1000BASE-SX) or singlemode ber (100BASE-LX10, 100BASE-EX, 100BASE-ZX,
1000BASE-LX, 1000BASE-EX, 1000BASE-ZX, 1000BASE-ZX-CWDM, 1000BASE-DWDM).
1x10GBASE-R R2 IFM supports 50 m or 62.5 m multimode ber (10GBASE-SR) or singlemode
ber (10GBASE-LR, 10GBASE-ER).
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8xSTM-1/OC-3 POS, 1xSTM-16/OC-48 POS, 1xchSTM-1/chOC-3 Multiservice,
4xchSTM-1/chOC-3 Multiservice, 4xSTM-1/OC-3 ATM and 4xSTM-4/OC-12 POS IFMs support
10/125 m single mode ber. 50 m or 62.5 m multimode ber can be used with STM-1 MMF SFP.
4x100/1000BASE-X HM supports 50 m or 62.5 m multimode ber (100BASE-FX,
1000BASE-SX) or singlemode ber (100BASE-LX10, 100BASE-EX, 100BASE-ZX,
1000BASE-LX, 1000BASE-ZX, 1000BASE-ZX-CWDM, 1000BASE-DWDM).
Connector Requirements
The table below shows the quality requirements of the optical bre connectors. The values are
achieved with an SPC type of grinding.
Application Multimode Singlemode
Insertion loss < 0.5 db < 0.3 db
Return loss > 22 db > 40 db
1.11 Pluggable Transceivers
WARNING: Optic operation should be veried by observing the status LEDs. Do not look into
the laser or ber to verify operation. See also Safety Notes.
1.11.1 Optical Transceivers
The Tellabs 8600 system uses Small Form-Factor Pluggable (SFP, SFP+ and XFP) optical
transceivers in the optical interfaces.
An Small Form-Factor Pluggable optical transceiver is a hot-swappable input/output device that
links a port on an optical module with the ber-optic network. For each application a certain type of
Small Form-Factor Pluggable optical transceiver is required. You can install or remove the Small
Form-Factor Pluggable optical transceivers while the card or NE is operating.
The connector type of the Tellabs 8600 system optical transceiver modules is LC duplex, see Fig. 38.
Fig. 38 LC Connectors
Fig. 39 shows a picture of an optical transceiver, see chapters 1.11.3 SFPs Used in Tellabs 8600
System and 1.11.4 SFP+s Used in Tellabs 8600 System on models for various distances.
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Fig. 39 Small Form-Factor Pluggable Optical Transceiver
Only Tellabs supplied and approved lasers should be used. If any other lasers or lasers from
any other source than Tellabs are used, the use thereof will be solely at the customers risk,
and the laser class, compatibility with the laser safety and EMC standards must be checked.
Fig. 40 Class 1 Laser Product
When using an Small Form-Factor Pluggable transceiver with a high launch power in short
distances, it may be required to decrease the launch power by using an inline optical attenuator or an
attenuating optical cable in order to meet the input power range.
Check that the operational temperature range of the Small Form-Factor Pluggable module is
suitable for the installation environment. Note that the temperature of the Small Form-Factor
Pluggable case will be approximately 15 degrees higher than ambient temperature.
1.11.2 Electrical Transceivers
The Tellabs 8600 system uses Small Form-Factor Pluggable (SFP) transceivers also in some
electrical interfaces. An SFP transceiver is a hot-swappable input/output device that links a port on a
transceiver module with the network. For each application a certain type of SFP is required. You
can install or remove the SFP while the card or NE is operating.
The connector type of the Tellabs 8600 system electrical transceiver modules is RJ-45 or DIN
1.0/2.3. See chapter 1.11.3 SFPs Used in Tellabs 8600 System on models for various distances.
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Fig. 41 DIN and RJ-45 Connectors
Fig. 42 Small Form-Factor Pluggable Electrical Transceiver with RJ-45
Check that the operational temperature range of the SFP module is suitable for the installation
environment. Note that the temperature of the SFP case will be approximately 15 degrees
higher than ambient temperature.
1.11.3 SFPs Used in Tellabs 8600 System
The optical cable types used with SFP are:
Standard SM (Single Mode) means ber according to ITU-T specication G.652
Dispersion shifted SM means ber according to ITU-T specication G.653
Multimode OM1 (62.5/125 m) means ber according to ISO/IEC specication 11801
Multimode OM2 (50/125 m) means ber according to ISO/IEC specication 11801
The lower limiting value of the Input Power Range column is the same as the minimum receive
power level required.
In SFP transceivers the Receive (Rx) direction is in the upper connector and Transmit (Tx) direction
is in the lower connector when the IFM is vertically positioned as in Tellabs 8660 smart router.
When the IFM is used in Tellabs 8630 smart router, the IFM is turned 90 degrees clockwise to the
right from vertical position to horizontal position. In this case interface numbering starts from the
right. The Receive direction of the SFP is on the right and Transmit direction is on the left. When
the IFM is used in Tellabs 8620 smart router, the IFM is turned 90 degrees counterclockwise to the
left from vertical position to horizontal position. In this case interface numbering starts from the
left. The Receive direction of the SFP is on the left and Transmit direction is on the right.
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In Tellabs 8605 smart router, Tellabs 8607 smart router, Tellabs 8609 smart router, or Tellabs 8611
smart router the SFP transceivers are in horizontal position; the Receive (Rx) direction is on the right
in the upper SFP position and on the left in the lower SFP position. The Transmit (Tx) direction is
on the left in the upper SFP position and on the right in the lower SFP position.
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100BASE-EX Standard
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Application SFP Module Order Code 8605 xed IFs 8607 xed IFs
100BASE-FX 81.86Z155MMFX02-R5 X X
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1500 1580 +5 to 0 0 to -23 80 km Duplex LC -5...+70 C 81.86Z001GSZX80-R5
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dispersion
shifted SM
1559.79
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1000BASE-
DWDM
Standard or
dispersion
shifted SM
1558.98
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+4 to 0 -8 to -24 120 km Duplex LC -5...+85 C 81.86T-SD2G423S-R6
1000BASE-
DWDM
Standard or
dispersion
shifted SM
1558.17
0.1 nm
+4 to 0 -8 to -24 120 km Duplex LC -5...+85 C 81.86T-SD2G424S-R6
1000BASE-
DWDM
Standard or
dispersion
shifted SM
1557.36
0.1 nm
+4 to 0 -8 to -24 120 km Duplex LC -5...+85 C 81.86T-SD2G425S-R6
1000BASE-
DWDM
Standard or
dispersion
shifted SM
1556.55
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+4 to 0 -8 to -24 120 km Duplex LC -5...+85 C 81.86T-SD2G426S-R6
1000BASE-
DWDM
Standard or
dispersion
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1555.75
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+4 to 0 -8 to -24 120 km Duplex LC -5...+85 C 81.86T-SD2G427S-R6
1000BASE-
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Standard or
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1554.94
0.1 nm
+4 to 0 -8 to -24 120 km Duplex LC -5...+85 C 81.86T-SD2G428S-R6
1000BASE-
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Standard or
dispersion
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1554.13
0.1 nm
+4 to 0 -8 to -24 120 km Duplex LC -5...+85 C 81.86T-SD2G429S-R6
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SFP Case
Temperature
Range
SFP Module
Order Code
1000BASE-
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Standard or
dispersion
shifted SM
1553.33
0.1 nm
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1000BASE-
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Standard or
dispersion
shifted SM
1552.52
0.1 nm
+4 to 0 -8 to -24 120 km Duplex LC -5...+85 C 81.86T-SD2G431S-R6
1000BASE-
DWDM
Standard or
dispersion
shifted SM
1551.72
0.1 nm
+4 to 0 -8 to -24 120 km Duplex LC -5...+85 C 81.86T-SD2G432S-R6
1000BASE-
DWDM
Standard or
dispersion
shifted SM
1550.92
0.1 nm
+4 to 0 -8 to -24 120 km Duplex LC -5...+85 C 81.86T-SD2G433S-R6
1000BASE-
DWDM
Standard or
dispersion
shifted SM
1550.12
0.1 nm
+4 to 0 -8 to -24 120 km Duplex LC -5...+85 C 81.86T-SD2G434S-R6
1000BASE-
DWDM
Standard or
dispersion
shifted SM
1549.32
0.1 nm
+4 to 0 -8 to -24 120 km Duplex LC -5...+85 C 81.86T-SD2G435S-R6
1000BASE-
DWDM
Standard or
dispersion
shifted SM
1548.51
0.1 nm
+4 to 0 -8 to -24 120 km Duplex LC -5...+85 C 81.86T-SD2G436S-R6
1000BASE-
BX10-U
Standard
SM
1260-1360 -3 to -9 -3 to -19.5 10 km Simplex LC -5...+75 C 81.86T-SB01-34S-R6
1000BASE-
BX10-D
Standard
SM
1480-1500 -3 to -9 -3 to -19.5 10 km Simplex LC -5...+75 C 81.86T-SB01-43S-R6
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Application SFP Module Order Code 8605 xed IFs 8607 xed IFs
1000BASE-T 81.86Z001GET100-R5 X X
1000BASE-SX 81.86Z001GMSX55-R5 X X
1000BASE-LX10 81.86Z001GSLX10-R5 X X
1000BASE-EX 81.86T-S001-13S-R6 X X
1000BASE-ZX 81.86Z001GSZX80-R5 X X
1000BASE-ZX-CWDM 81.86Z001GS4780-R5 X X
1000BASE-ZX-CWDM 81.86Z001GS4980-R5 X X
1000BASE-ZX-CWDM 81.86Z001GS5180-R5 X X
1000BASE-ZX-CWDM 81.86Z001GS5380-R5 X X
1000BASE-ZX-CWDM 81.86Z001GS5580-R5 X X
1000BASE-ZX-CWDM 81.86Z001GS5780-R5 X X
1000BASE-ZX-CWDM 81.86Z001GS5980-R5 X X
1000BASE-ZX-CWDM 81.86Z001GS6180-R5 X X
1000BASE-DWDM 81.86T-SD2G421S-R6 X X
1000BASE-DWDM 81.86T-SD2G422S-R6 X X
1000BASE-DWDM 81.86T-SD2G423S-R6 X X
1000BASE-DWDM 81.86T-SD2G424S-R6 X X
1000BASE-DWDM 81.86T-SD2G425S-R6 X X
1000BASE-DWDM 81.86T-SD2G426S-R6 X X
1000BASE-DWDM 81.86T-SD2G427S-R6 X X
1000BASE-DWDM 81.86T-SD2G428S-R6 X X
1000BASE-DWDM 81.86T-SD2G429S-R6 X X
1000BASE-DWDM 81.86T-SD2G430S-R6 X X
1000BASE-DWDM 81.86T-SD2G431S-R6 X X
1000BASE-DWDM 81.86T-SD2G432S-R6 X X
1000BASE-DWDM 81.86T-SD2G433S-R6 X X
1000BASE-DWDM 81.86T-SD2G434S-R6 X X
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1000BASE-DWDM 81.86T-SD2G435S-R6 X X
1000BASE-DWDM 81.86T-SD2G436S-R6 X X
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Application SFP Module Order Code 8609 xed IFs
1000BASE-T 81.86Z001GET100-R5 X
1000BASE-SX 81.86Z001GMSX55-R5 X
1000BASE-LX10 81.86Z001GSLX10-R5 X
1000BASE-ZX 81.86Z001GSZX80-R5 X
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Application SFP Module Order Code 4x100/1000BASE-X HM
HMG2266 (81.86M-HMGE4SFP-R6)
1000BASE-T 81.86Z001GET100-R5
1000BASE-SX 81.86Z001GMSX55-R5 X
1000BASE-LX10 81.86Z001GSLX10-R5 X
1000BASE-ZX 81.86Z001GSZX80-R5 X
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Application Cable
Type
Wavelength
(nm)
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Launch
Power
(dbm)
Input
Power
Range
(dbm)
Distance Connectors Allowed
SFP Case
Temperature
Range
SFP Module
Order Code
STM-1 Copper Copper
75

100 m DIN 1.0/2.3 -40...+85 C 81.86Z155MEC100-R5
STM-1 MMF 50 & 62.5
m MM
1280 1380 -14 to -22 -14 to -29 2 km Duplex LC -40...+85 C 81.86Z155MMFX02-R5
S-1.1 Standard
SM
1261 1360 -8 to -15 -8 to -28 15 km Duplex LC -40...+85 C 81.86Z155MSS111-R5
L-1.1 Standard
SM
1263 1360 0 to -5 -10 to -34 40 km Duplex LC -40...+85 C 81.86Z155MSL114-R5
L-1.2 Standard
SM
1480 1580 0 to -5 -10 to -34 80 km Duplex LC -40...+85 C 81.86Z155MSL128-R5
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STM-4 Transceivers
Application Cable
Type
Wavelength
(nm)
Average
Launch
Power
(dbm)
Input
Power
Range
(dbm)
Distance Connectors Allowed
SFP Case
Temperature
Range
SFP Module
Order Code
S-4.1 Standard
SM
1293 1334/
1274 1356
-8 to -15 -8 to -28 15 km Duplex LC -40...+85 C 81.86Z622MSS411-R5
L-4.1 Standard
SM
1280 1335 +2 to -3 -8 to -28 40 km Duplex LC -40...+85 C 81.86Z622MSL414-R5
L-4.2 Standard
SM
1480 1580 +2 to -3 -8 to -28 80 km Duplex LC -40...+85 C 81.86Z622MSL428-R5
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STM-16 Transceivers
Application Cable
Type
Wavelength
(nm)
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Launch
Power
(dbm)
Input
Power
Range
(dbm)
Distance Connectors Allowed
SFP Case
Temperature
Range
SFP Module
Order Code
S-16.1 Standard
SM
1260 1360 0 to -5 0 to -18 15 km Duplex LC -5...+70 C 81.86Z2P4GSS161-R5
L-16.1 Standard
SM
1280 1335 +3 to -2 -9 to -27 40 km Duplex LC -5...+70 C 81.86Z2P4GSL161-R5
L-16.2 Standard
SM
1500 1580 +3 to -2 -9 to -28 80 km Duplex LC -5...+70 C 81.86Z2P4GSL162-R5
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SFP Module Max. Power Consumption
81.86Z155MSS111-R5 0.9 W
81.86Z155MSL114-R5 0.9 W
81.86Z155MSL128-R5 0.9 W
81.86Z622MSS411-R5 0.9 W
81.86Z622MSL414-R5 0.9 W
81.86Z622MSL428-R5 0.9 W
81.86Z2P4GSS161-R5 0.9 W
81.86Z2P4GSL161-R5 0.9 W
81.86Z2P4GSL162-R5 0.9 W
81.86Z155MMFX02-R5 1.0 W
81.86Z001GMSX55-R5 0.7 W
81.86Z001GSLX10-R5 0.9 W
81.86Z001GET100-R5 1.2 W
81.86Z001GS4780-R5 0.9 W
81.86Z001GS4980-R5 0.9 W
81.86Z001GS5180-R5 0.9 W
81.86Z001GS5380-R5 0.9 W
81.86Z001GS5580-R5 0.9 W
81.86Z001GS5780-R5 0.9 W
81.86Z001GS5980-R5 0.9 W
81.86Z001GS6180-R5 0.9 W
81.86Z155MEC100-R5 0.7 W
81.86Z001GSZX80-R5 1.0 W
81.86T-SD2G421S-R6 1.5 W
81.86T-SD2G422S-R6 1.5 W
81.86T-SD2G423S-R6 1.5 W
81.86T-SD2G424S-R6 1.5 W
81.86T-SD2G425S-R6 1.5 W
81.86T-SD2G426S-R6 1.5 W
81.86T-SD2G427S-R6 1.5 W
81.86T-SD2G428S-R6 1.5 W
81.86T-SD2G429S-R6 1.5 W
81.86T-SD2G430S-R6 1.5 W
81.86T-SD2G431S-R6 1.5 W
81.86T-SD2G432S-R6 1.5 W
81.86T-SD2G433S-R6 1.5 W
81.86T-SD2G434S-R6 1.5 W
81.86T-SD2G435S-R6 1.5 W
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SFP Module Max. Power Consumption
81.86T-SD2G436S-R6 1.5 W
81.86T-S001-13S-R6 1.0 W
81.86T-SB01-34S-R6 1.0 W
81.86T-SB01-43S-R6 1.0 W
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1.11.4 SFP+s Used in Tellabs 8600 System
The optical cable types used with SFP+ are:
Standard SM means ber according to ITU-T specication G.652
Dispersion shifted SM means ber according to ITU-T specication G.653
Multimode OM1 (62.5/125 m) means ber according to ISO/IEC specication 11801
Multimode OM2 (50/125 m) means ber according to ISO/IEC specication 11801
Multimode OM3 (50/125um) means ber according to ISO/IEC specication 11801
The lower limiting value of the Input Power Range column is the same as the minimum receive
power level required.
In SFP+ transceivers the Receive (Rx) direction is in the upper connector and Transmit (Tx)
direction is in the lower connector when the IFM is vertically positioned as in Tellabs 8660 smart
router. When the IFM is used in Tellabs 8630 smart router, the IFM is turned 90 degrees clockwise
to the right from vertical position to horizontal position. In this case interface numbering starts from
the right. The Receive direction of the SFP+ is on the right and Transmit direction is on the left.
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Power
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Distance Connectors Allowed
SFP Case
Temperature
Range
SFP Module
Order Code
10GBASE-SR MM OM1,
OM2 or
OM3
840 860 -7.3 to -1.0 -9.9 to -1 30 m
(OM1)
80 m
(OM2)
300 m
(OM3)
Duplex LC -5...+70 C 81.86T-P010GSRM-R6
10GBASE-LR Standard
SM
1260 1355 -8.2 to
+0.5
-14.4 to
+0.5
10 km Duplex LC -5...+70 C 81.86T-P010GLRS-R6
10GBASE-ER Standard
SM
1530 1565 -4.7 to +4 -15.8 to -1 40 km Duplex LC 0...+70 C 81.86T-P010GERS-R6
10GBASE-ZR Standard
SM
1530 1565 0 to +5 -23 to -8 75 km Duplex LC -5...+70 C 81.86T-P010GZRS-R6
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Dependencies with SFP+ Transceivers (10G)
Application SFP Module Order Code 1x10GBASE-R R2 IFM
LIO2257 (81.86M-
IFM10GS1-R6)
10GBASE-SR 81.86T-P010GSRM-R6 X
10GBASE-LR 81.86T-P010GLRS-R6 X
10GBASE-ER 81.86T-P010GERS-R6 X
10GBASE-ZR 81.86T-P010GZRS-R6 X
SFP+ Module Max. Power Consumption
81.86T-P010GSRM-R6 1.0 W
81.86T-P010GLRS-R6 1.0 W
81.86T-P010GERS-R6 1.5 W
81.86T-P010GZRS-R6 1.5 W
1.11.5 XFPs Used in Tellabs 8600 System
The optical cable types used with XFP are:
Standard SM means ber according to ITU-T specication G.652
Dispersion shifted SM means ber according to ITU-T specication G.653
Multimode OM1 (62.5/125 m) means ber according to ISO/IEC specication 11801
Multimode OM2 (50/125 m) means ber according to ISO/IEC specication 11801
Multimode OM3 (50/125um) means ber according to ISO/IEC specication 11801
The lower limiting value of the Input Power Range column is the same as the minimum receive
power level required.
In XFP transceivers the Receive (Rx) direction is in the lower connector and Transmit (Tx) direction
is in the upper connector when the ELC1 is vertically positioned as in Tellabs 8660 smart router.
When the ELC1 is used in Tellabs 8630 smart router, the ELC1 is turned 90 degrees clockwise to
the right from vertical position to horizontal position. In this case interface numbering starts from
the right. The Receive direction of the XFP is on the left and Transmit direction is on the right.
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XFP Module Max. Power Consumption
81.86T-X010GSRM-R6 1.5 W
81.86T-X010GLRS-R6 2.5 W
81.86T-X010GERS-R6 3.0 W
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2 Prerequisites
It is assumed that the reader is familiar with the Tellabs 8600 smart router concept. The Tellabs
8600 hardware is introduced in more detail in Tellabs

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In addition to the Tellabs 8600 hardware and telecommunications cabling you should also be
familiar with electronic circuitry and wiring practice basics to use this guide.
It is recommended to have at least two persons installing the network elements in the rack or cabinet.
It is advisable to retain the packaging in which a module or component was shipped. You can
possibly use it e.g. for storing the item in the future.
Some items may already be installed. Skip the installation phase of such items.
2.1 Site Survey and Required Accessories
Make sure you have carried out the site survey according to instructions.
The essential materials that an on-site engineer should have when travelling to a site are:
PC with a serial cable to the RS-232 interface of a Tellabs 8600 NE.
See the pin assignments in Tellabs

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DB9 Male/DB9 Female straight through cable for Tellabs 8620 smart router, Tellabs 8630
smart router and Tellabs 8660 smart router.
DB9 Female/RJ-45 console cable for Tellabs 8605 smart router, Tellabs 8607 smart router,
Tellabs 8609 smart router and Tellabs 8611 smart router.
Windows Hyper Terminal or equivalent terminal emulation program to access CLI.
Screwdrivers to tighten/loosen screws (straight, cross, Torx and Pozidriv).
If Tellabs 8600 hardware needs to be changed, the spare hardware must be exactly the same. Each
card and module is identied by a HW type.
Depending on the need, Tellabs 8600 series software. Software can be obtained from the Tellabs
Portal (www.portal.tellabs.com).
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2.2 ESD
Static electricity may damage the electronic cards or components causing complete or unrevealed
failures which may activate with a delay. Observe the following guidelines:
Always wear an ESD-preventive wrist or ankle strap when handling electronic components. Con-
nect one end of the strap to an ESD jack or an unpainted metal component on the rack or subrack.
Handle cards by the faceplates and edges only; avoid touching the printed circuit board and con-
nector pins.
Place any removed component on an antistatic surface or in an antistatic shielding bag.
Avoid contact between the cards and clothing. The wrist strap only protects the card from elec-
trostatic voltages on the body. Electrostatic voltages on clothing can still cause damage.
Do not work with the equipment during lightning activity.
Invisible laser radiation may be emitted from the aperture of the optical IFM port when no
cable is connected or a protective cap is not in its place. Avoid exposure to laser radiation
and do not stare into open apertures. Keep the ber optic cable ends directed away from
people. Keep the source of the laser radiation as far from your eyes as possible.
The optical transceivers supplied by Tellabs are solely Class 1 lasers.
2.3 Unpacking Equipment
Use care when handling, moving and unpacking equipment. Avoid any strain, excessive
shock or vibration that might damage the equipment.
Electronic equipment can be damaged by moisture, dust and electrostatic discharge. Be sure
that the unpacking and inspection area is dry and free from dust and static.
Equipment returned to Tellabs must be repacked for return shipment in the original packaging.
Save the special packing material and packaging until installation and turn-up is completed.
Inspect the shipping containers for evidence of damage during shipment. Report any damaged
equipment to the shipping carrier to immediately initiate a damage claim.
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2.4 Packing for Transportation
If the Tellabs 8600 products are transported to a new place from the original installation site, the
following must be noted: handle the units and subracks with great care when unmounting them.
All cables must be detached from the products before removing the units and packing them. The
products must always be packed for transportation in the original shipping cartons with cushioning
designed for them. Always remove the plug-in cards from the subrack before transportation. The
cards must be in a metallized ESD shielding bag during transportation.
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3.1 Tellabs 8660 Smart Router and Tellabs 8630 Smart Router
Subrack Installation
Install the NE to the rack using the side adapters. The Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack has
xed side adapters. Tellabs 8660 smart router V3.0, V3.1 and Tellabs 8630 smart router side
adapters are provided with several mounting points to allow horizontal installation adjustment.
At least two people are required in the installation of the Tellabs 8660 smart router and Tellabs
8630 smart router in a cabinet or rack.
It is advisable to install the network elements in the rack from the bottom upwards.
In order to prevent the network element from overheating make sure that
adequate cooling and ventilation openings are provided in case of an enclosed cabinet,
there is sufciently free space around both the air intake and the outgoing air openings of the
Tellabs 8600 network element,
the cabling does not block free airow of Tellabs 8600 network element,
other equipment do not blow their outgoing air to the air intake opening of Tellabs 8600 network
elements.
Install the subracks into a rack/cabinet so that the cooling air ow paths are wide enough and free of
obstacles, i.e. ensure adequate space for inlet air to the subrack and for outlet air from the subrack.
Separate the fresh inlet and heated outlet air paths when applicable for example using air bafes
and/or front panels between the subracks. If maximum power consumption and thus the amount
of dissipated heat of the subrack is close to be reached, the rack/cabinet temperature needs to be
veried and the rack/cabinet might need extra ventilation or cooling on its roof.
Reserve at least 8090 mm space in front of the NE to allow low-gradient bending for the optical
cabling according to recommendations to avoid cable failure.
In case of Tellabs 8660 smart router reserve 150 mm/6 in back space for ambient airow to ensure
normal operation.
In case of Tellabs 8630 smart router make sure that there is free space on both sides of the NE
because of the side cooling.
The recommendations of free space between different products to ensure proper airow and cooling
are described below. As the Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack may generate much more
heat, there should be more free space on top of the Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack. It is
recommended to have generally 90 mm/3.5 in above Tellabs 8660 smart router subrack V3.0 or
V3.1 and 130 mm/5.25 in above Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack.
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Free Space Recommendations between Products in Same Rack/Cabinet
Products in Same Rack/Cabinet Free Space Required between Products
in Same Rack/Cabinet
Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack or another
Tellabs 8600 NE or 3rd party equipment on top of
Tellabs 8660 smart router subrack V3.0 or V3.1
2U free space
two Tellabs 8660 smart router subracks V3.0 or V3.1 1U free space
two Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subracks 3U free space
another Tellabs 8600 NE or 3rd party equipment on
top of Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack
3U free space
Tellabs 8660 smart router subrack V3.0 or V3.1 on
top of Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack
2U free space
Up to two Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subracks can be installed in a 43U or 47U rack/cabinet.
Up to two Tellabs 8660 smart router subracks V3.0 or V3.1 can be installed in a 43U and up to three
such subracks can be installed in a 47U rack/cabinet (1U = 44.5 mm/1.75 in).
A rack with two fully equipped Tellabs 8660 smart router subracks V3.0 or V3.1 must structurally
support no less than 104 kg (230 pounds), for Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack no less than 128
kg (282 pounds). Cable weights are not included in these numbers.
A 43U high, 600 mm/23.62 in deep 19 cabinet can accommodate six Tellabs 8630 smart routeres.
A rack with six fully equipped Tellabs 8630 smart routeres must structurally support no less than
138 kg (306 pounds).
Mostly used mechanical installation for Tellabs 8600 equipment is a 19 wide, 43U high, 600
mm/23.62 in deep rack/cabinet.
Step 1 This step is not applicable for the Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack. Remove the side adapters
from Tellabs 8660 smart router using a size 4 Allen key if needed. For Tellabs 8630 smart router a
Phillips screwdriver is needed (PZ type Phillips screws are used).
Step 2 For the Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack, measure the distance of the mounting holes and mark
the positions of the cage nuts in the cabinet or mounting holes in the rack.
For the Tellabs 8660 smart router V3.0 and 3.1 and Tellabs 8630 smart router, use the adapters as
a template for marking the positions of the cage nuts in the cabinet or mounting holes in the rack
before mounting them to the Tellabs 8660 smart router or Tellabs 8630 smart router subrack.
Step 3 This step is not applicable for the Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack. Re-assemble the side
adapters to Tellabs 8660 smart router or Tellabs 8630 smart router so that in the complete installation
there is at least 150 mm/6 in of clearance provided around the ventilation openings of the subrack
for unrestricted airow.
Step 4 Connect the lug end of the ground wire to the grounding point of the network element subrack.
You can use any of the NE side adapter mounting screws or the grounding point provided in
the side of the Tellabs 8660 smart router subrack and in the back of the Tellabs 8630 smart
router subrack as a grounding point.
Insert a star washer under the mounting screw to ensure electrical continuity.
Mark the grounding point with a grounding sticker included in the NE installation acces-
sories.
Step 5 Mount the cage nuts to the correct points in the cabinet/rack.
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Step 6 Lift the network element to its place and fasten in the cabinet/rack.
Step 7 Connect the ground wire to the rack grounding bar.
Make sure that the ambient temperature meets the operating conditions to prevent elevated
temperatures. This is important especially when the NE is installed in an enclosed cabinet.
The table below lists the installation accessories supplied with Tellabs 8660 smart router and
Tellabs 8630 smart router.
Item Quantity
Side adapters for 19 installation
(Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack has xed integrated side adapter front
anges for 19 installation)
2
M6x15 mounting screw 4
M6 cage nut 4
M6.5 plastic washer 4
M4 Star washer, DIN 6798A 1
Grounding cable (Ring Terminal - Open, 1.0 m) 1
Grounding sticker 1
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Fig. 43 Tellabs 8660 Smart Router Subrack with Side Adapters Attached
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Fig. 44 Tellabs 8660 Smart Router R2 with ANSI Side Adapters for 23 Inch Rack Installation
Fig. 45 Tellabs 8630 Smart Router Subrack with ANSI Side Adapters Attached
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Fig. 46 Tellabs 8630 Smart Router Subrack with ETSI Side Adapters Attached
3.1.1 Upgrading Power Feeding of Tellabs 8660 Smart Router R2 from Protected
CDC1 Feeding to Protected PIM Feeding
General
Never keep the power cable connected to the CDC or DC48 Power Input Module (PIM) for
Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 while it is out of its slot. Otherwise the CDC or PIM may cause
bodily injury or damage to the part that it is touching.
Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack fed with CDC1 utilizes 4 mm
2
power cable and max.
current 30 A (4 mm
2
is approximately 11 AWG).
Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack fed with PIM utilizes 16 mm
2
power cable and max.
current 62.5 A (16 mm
2
is approximately 5 AWG).
Make sure that the cables and circuit breakers from rectiers to Tellabs 8660 smart router R2
subrack with PIMs are correctly dimensioned.
The Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 CDC1 to PIM upgrade kit is needed when more power feed
capacity than provided by CDC1-A or CDC1-B cards is needed in the Tellabs 8660 smart router
R2 subrack.
Contents of Tellabs 8660 Smart Router R2 CDC1 to PIM Upgrade Kit (Order Code
T8660-R2PIMUPGKIT; Order Code for UK Colored Cables T8660-R2PIMUPGKIGB)
Item Quantity
DC48 Power Input Modules (PIMs) for Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 2
Power cable for PIM (PS402838117523A, CBL PWR DC OE TRMLBLK 2 16
3m PIM)
2
Grounding cable, 16 mm
2
(PS402838117529A) 1
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Item Quantity
CDC1 power connector cover kit 2
Installation Guide 1
Installation Accessories (not included in upgrade kit)
Item Quantity
Circuit breakers for PIM power cables, 63 A 2
Installation
Step 1 Ensure the starting situation: Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack is equipped with 2 CDC1s,
both have power cables, both are powered, the battery voltage LED is lit and there are no active
battery voltage alarms.
Fig. 47 Tellabs 8660 Smart Router R2 Subrack with Two CDC1s
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Step 2 Ensure that the needed equipment and accessories are present at the installation site:
2 pieces DC48 Power Input Modules (PIMs) for Tellabs 8660 smart router R2
Fig. 48 DC48 Power Input Module for Tellabs 8660 Smart Router R2
2 pieces power cable for PIM (PS402838117523A, CBL PWR DC OE TRMLBLK 2 16 3m
PIM)
2 pieces circuit breakers (e.g. 63 A)
2 pieces connectors, i.e. terminal blocks for the thicker 16 mm
2
power cable (if needed)
1 piece grounding cable, 16 mm
2
(if not installed already) (16 mm
2
is approximately 5 AWG)
Step 3 The new 16 mm
2
grounding cable is delivered automatically with each Tellabs 8660 smart router R2
subrack starting June 2012 but in Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subracks delivered before that it
must be checked and most probably the grounding cable has to be replaced from the older 6 mm
2
grounding cable to the new 16 mm
2
grounding cable. (16 mm
2
is approximately 5 AWG and
6 mm
2
is approximately 9 AWG.)
Step 4 Install suitable new circuit breakers (63 A) and connectors, i.e. terminal blocks, to the power
distribution bar and connect them properly to the battery voltage side (in the rack or cabinet).
Cut additional openings in the circuit breaker cover, if needed.
Step 5 Ensure that the new circuit breakers (63 A) are in the "OFF" position.
Connect the PIM power cable open ends to the circuit breakers and terminal blocks.
Mark the cables properly.
Fig. 49 Tellabs 8660 Smart Router R2 Power Backplane Assembly
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Step 6 Find the screws for the Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 power backplane assembly from the Tellabs
8660 smart router R2 subrack front plate:
Remove the Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 Fan Module cover plate.
In the early versions of the Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack, below the 3 Tellabs 8660 smart
router R2 Fan Modules there is a blue sticker that covers the 2 + 2 mounting screws of the Tellabs
8660 smart router R2 power backplane assembly. Remove the sticker.
In later versions of the Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack, below the 3 Tellabs 8660 smart router
R2 Fan Modules the 2 + 2 mounting screws of the Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 power backplane
assembly are visible.
Rightmost PIM installation:
Step 7 Turn the circuit breaker or switch on the front panel of the rightmost CDC1 (in Slot 14) to the
"OFF" position.
Detach the CDC power cable from the CDC front panel connector; open the screws of the connector
and detach the connector.
Cover the empty CDC power connector of the rightmost CDC1 with a CDC connector cover for this
purpose and secure it with its screws.
Fig. 50 Disconnecting CDC Power Cable from Tellabs 8660 Smart Router R2
Step 8 Open the 2 mounting screws of the rightmost Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 power backplane
assembly.
Pull out the rightmost Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 power backplane assembly from the Tellabs
8660 smart router R2 subrack. If needed, pull out with help of e.g. a screw driver.
(In later versions of the Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack, in the center of the Tellabs 8660 smart
router R2 power backplane assembly, there is a hole for pulling out the assembly.)
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Step 9 Install a DC48 Power Input Module, PIM, to the rightmost slot in Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 to
replace the Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 power backplane assembly that has just been pulled out.
Mount the PIM to the Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack with screws. Use an approximate torque
of 0.5 Nm/.68 Lb-Ft for tightening.
Step 10 Connect the PIM power cable to the connector on the front of the rightmost PIM in the Tellabs
8660 smart router R2 subrack.
Secure the connector by tightening the screws of the connector. Use an approximate torque of 0.5
Nm/.68 Lb-Ft for tightening.
Step 11 Turn the circuit breaker (63 A) for the rightmost PIM to the "ON" position.
Check that the green LED on the front panel of the PIM is lit.
Step 12 Remove the CDC1 power cable of the rightmost CDC1 in Slot 14;
disconnect the CDC1 power cable open ends from the circuit breaker (32 A) and the terminal block.
Remove the CDC1 power cable from the rack or cabinet.
Leftmost PIM installation:
Step 13 Turn the circuit breaker or switch on the front panel of the leftmost CDC1 (in Slot 1) to the "OFF"
position.
Detach the CDC power cable from the CDC front panel connector; open the screws of the connector
and detach the connector.
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Cover the empty CDC power connector of the leftmost CDC1 with a CDC connector cover for this
purpose and secure it with its screws.
Step 14 Open the 2 mounting screws of the leftmost Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 power backplane assembly.
Pull out the leftmost Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 power backplane assembly from the Tellabs 8660
smart router R2 subrack. If needed, pull out with the help of e.g. a screw driver.
(In later versions of the Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack, in the center of the Tellabs 8660 smart
router R2 power backplane assembly, there is a hole for pulling out the assembly.)
Step 15 Install a DC48 Power Input Module, PIM, to the leftmost slot in Tellabs 8660 smart router R2
subrack to replace the Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 power backplane assembly that has just been
pulled out.
Mount the PIM to the Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack with screws. Use an approximate torque
of 0.5 Nm/.68 Lb-Ft for tightening.
Step 16 Connect the PIM power cable to the connector on the front of the leftmost PIM in the Tellabs
8660 smart router R2 subrack.
Secure the connector by tightening the screws of the connector. Use an approximate torque of 0.5
Nm/.68 Lb-Ft for tightening.
Step 17 Turn the circuit breaker (63 A) for the leftmost PIM to the "ON" position.
Check that the green LED on the front panel of the PIM is lit.
Step 18 Remove the CDC1 power cable of the leftmost CDC1 in Slot 1;
disconnect the CDC1 power cable open ends from the circuit breaker (32 A) and the terminal block.
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Remove the CDC1 power cable from the rack or cabinet.
General:
Step 19 Disconnect the excess circuit breakers and terminal blocks from the battery voltage side and remove
them from the power distribution bar (from the rack or cabinet).
Step 20 Re-install the Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 Fan Module cover plate and tighten the screws with a
screwdriver.
Step 21 Secure the PIM power cables (e.g. by mounting them to the rack or cabinet with cable ties) so that
they do not block cooling air ow and do not prevent changing the air lter, fan modules, etc.
Step 22 Verify that power or voltage alarms are not present in the NE.
Step 23 If you have ESW FP4.0 or higher in the NE, secure that the NE has the new PIMs in the inventory
and no related alarms are present.
Add the PIMs in the inventory with the CLI command:
router# hw-inventory slot 14 add module <module #> type pim2296dc48V
Check the inventory with the CLI command:
router# show hw-inventory slot 14
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Fig. 51 Equipped Tellabs 8660 Smart Router R2 Subrack with ELC1s and PIMs
Both power slots at the bottom of the Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack always have
to be equipped;
either with a DC48 Power Input Module (PIM) when PIMs are used for powering the subrack
or with a Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 power backplane assembly when CDCs are used
for powering the subrack.
3.1.2 Tellabs 8660 Smart Router R1 Fan Module Upgrade Kit
General
The Tellabs 8660 smart router R1 fan module upgrade kit is needed when ELC1 cards are to be
installed in the Tellabs 8660 smart router subrack V3.0 or V3.1.
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Subrack Order Code
Tellabs 8660 smart router subrack V3.1 81.86S-8660-R6 Rev. A
Tellabs 8660 smart router subrack V3.0 81.86S8660SUBRA-R5 Rev. A, B
Contents of Tellabs 8660 Smart Router R1 Fan Module Upgrade Kit (Order Code
T8660-R1FANUPGKIT; Order Code for UK Colored Cables T8660-R1FANUPGKIGB)
Item Quantity
Fan module cover plate 1
Fan modules 3
Fan module power cables (open ends: copper, 2 x 1.5 mm
2
, MSK) 2
Installation Guide 1
Installation Accessories (not included in upgrade kit)
Item Quantity
Circuit breakers for fan module power cables, 6 A 2
Terminal blocks for fan module power cables 2
Installation
Keep away from moving fan blades during operation. The fan propeller will continue rotating
momentarily after extraction. Be careful not to touch the propeller before rotation has stopped.
Install the fan module properly into the subrack before you connect the power cable to it.
Instructions for fan module replacement on site:
Ensure, that you have a replacement fan module ready to be installed before removing the
former module. Make sure that you have the needed tools available, too. Install the new fan
module immediately (within 2 minutes) after removing the existing fan module.
In case of higher ambient temperature and higher power consumption in the network element,
the replacement requires faster actions.
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Fig. 52 Example of Finished Tellabs 8660 Smart Router R1 Fan Module Cabling
Step 1 Install 6A circuit breakers and fan module power cables.
The fan modules are to be fed by battery voltage. Install suitable circuit breakers and ter-
minal blocks to the power distribution bar and connect them properly to the battery voltage
side.
Connect the fan module power cable open ends to the circuit breakers and terminal blocks.
Cut additional openings in the circuit breaker cover if needed.
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Step 2 Remove the existing fan module cover plate from the subrack.
Open the fan module cover plate screws with a screwdriver.
Remove the existing fan module cover plate by opening and dismounting it.
Bend the plate downwards from the middle so that a hinge is released.
Fig. 53 Removing Existing Fan Cover Plate
Step 3 Install the new fan module cover plate from the upgrade kit.
Bend the plate slightly from the middle. Avoid damaging the cover plate.
Place rst one hinge and then the other.
Do not close the fan module cover plate yet.
Step 4 Remove the existing leftmost fan module.
Pull the fan module rst out only by 2 cm or so. Wait for a moment to let the fan propeller
rotation stop (to avoid nger injury).
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Step 5 Install the new fan module from the upgrade kit to the leftmost fan module slot.
Fig. 54 Installing Tellabs 8660 Smart Router R1 Fan Module
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Step 6 Connect the fan module power cable connectors from both cables to the connectors of the installed
fan module.
Connect both power cables to the fan module (for redundancy).
Check that the fans start rotating and the green LED is lit.
Fig. 55 Connecting Power Cables to Installed Tellabs 8660 Smart Router R1 Fan Module
Step 7 Repeat steps 46 to replace all three fan modules.
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Step 8 Close the fan module cover plate and tighten the screws with a screwdriver.
Fig. 56 Finished Installation
Step 9 Secure the fan module power cables so that they do not block cooling air ow and do not prevent
changing the air lter, fan modules, CDC or line cards.
Never have the new fan module power cable connectors connected to the new fan module
when the fan module is not fully seated in its position inside the Tellabs 8660 smart router
subrack.
3.1.3 Interface Module Assembly
The IFC line card is delivered with the interface module(s) (IFM) that are already installed in
their places.
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TELLABS WARRANTY SHALL BE VOID, AND TELLABS SHALL HAVE NO WARRANTY OR
OTHER LIABILITY FOR DAMAGES OF ANY KIND, FOR TELLABS HARDWARE OR SOFTWARE
THAT HAS NOT BEEN HANDLED, INSTALLED OR OPERATED IN ACCORDANCE WITH
TELLABS SPECIFICATIONS AND OPERATING PROCEDURES. IF THE HARDWARE OR
SOFTWARE HAS BEEN REPAIRED, MODIFIED OR REPLACED OTHER THAN BY TELLABS
OR PERSON AUTHORIZED BY TELLABS, THE WARRANTY OF THE PRODUCT, AND OF
ALL OTHER EQUIPMENT CONTAINED IN THE SYSTEM INTO WHICH THE PRODUCT IS
INSTALLED, ARE VOID.
The IFM may not be removed, replaced, or a new IFM added, by any party other than Tellabs
or person authorized by Tellabs. There may be emergency situations or critical, exceptional
circumstances in which the user or owner of the system decides, however, to remove, replace
or add an IFM itself or by another party than Tellabs. The below specied instructions
are provided for such exceptional cases and circumstances and for informative purposes
only. The decision to perform any of these tasks and performance thereof shall constitute
agreement of the warranty becoming null as set forth above.
The IFC line cards of the Tellabs 8600 system have a modular structure consisting of an interface
module concentrator (IFC) and one or two interface modules (IFM). The power supply is integrated
into the IFC. Each IFM has its own front panel assembled into the module. The IFC and the IFMs
make up a continuous front panel. An IFM is electrically connected to the IFC by three press-t
board-to-board connectors. From a mechanical point of view all IFMs t both interface places.
The gure below shows the structure of an IFC line card with two IFMs.
To add or replace an IFM, the IFC line card must be removed from the NE.
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Fig. 57 IFC Line Card with Two IFMs
Be careful not to scratch the surface of the printed circuit boards and not to damage any
components.
Do not bend the printed circuit board.
Step 1 Remove the cover plates from the empty slots. Store the covers for possible future use.
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Step 2 Mount the IFM to the IFC.
Make sure all the connector pins on the IFC are upright and in a straight line.
Align the three board-to-board connectors in the IFCand IFMopposite each other. Carefully
press them together viewing the connectors simultaneously to ensure that none of the pins
are bent. Make sure the lower edge of the IFM front panel goes into the notch in the front
edge of the baseboard.
The screw holes in the IFM should now be opposite the IFC assembly screw holes.
Secure the eight fastening screws (M2.5x6). Be careful not to apply too much force. First
tighten all the screws lightly and after that make the nal tightening.
Step 3 Make sure possible empty IFM slots are covered with an EMC cover plate.
Do not leave the empty IFM slots without the cover plate.
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The IFM slots in IFC line cards are identied by the terms M0 (upper) and M1 (lower) according to
the front view shown in Fig. 59. This identication is also used in the embedded software (ESW).
3.1.4 Line Card and CDC Assembly with New Captive Screws and New Ejector
Levers
This chapter applies for CDC1-A V4.1 or higher, CDC1-SEC-B V2.5, CDC1-B V4.1 or higher,
ELC1, IFC1-A V2.2 or higher, and IFC1-B V1.2 or higher, their part numbers are listed below.
These cards can be identied from the new caption screws and new ejector levers, see gure below.
CDC, ELC1 and IFC HW Versions with New Captive Screws and New Ejector Levers
Order Code Card
82.86CDC1A00000-R5 Rev. C (or higher) CDC1-A V4.1 or higher
81.86CDC1B00000-R5 Rev. B (or higher) CDC1-SEC-B V2.5
82.86CDC1B00000-R5 Rev. C (or higher) CDC1-B V4.1 or higher
81.86L-1GE14SX-R6 Rev. A (or higher) ELC1 all versions
81.86IFC1A02024-R5 Rev. B (or higher) IFC1-A V2.2 or higher
81.86IFC1B02225-R5 Rev. B (or higher) IFC1-B V1.2 or higher
81.86L-IFC2B-R6 Rev. A (or higher) IFC2-B V1.0 or higher
Fig. 58 New (on the left) and Old (on the right) Caption Screws and Ejector Levers for Line
Card and CDC
If you are going to remove the CDC from Tellabs 8660 smart router/Tellabs 8630 smart router,
rst turn off the power switch, then detach the power cable and only after these actions,
remove the CDC. Never keep the power cable connected to the CDC while it is out of its slot.
Otherwise the CDC may cause bodily injury or damage to the part that it is touching.
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Insert the cards only after the subrack has been installed in the cabinet or rack.
Before inserting cards the subrack must be properly grounded.
Always use an ESD wristband connected to the grounded network element or cabinet when
plugging in the cards.
Within one network element only the same type (A or B) of both CDC1 and IFC1 cards is
supported.
IFC2-B can however be used together with any type of CDC1 and IFC1, but if the port protection
features on IFC2-B are used, both interfaces in the protecting group must be IFC2-B.
When a CDC card (CDC1-A or CDC1-B) is replaced by another card, the HW Major.Minor (e.g.
2.0.x) version of a new CDC card base board (CBB2026 or CBB2224) should be at least equal
to the HW version of the previous card. After replacement, the HW version of the new CDC
card base board is saved as an expected HW version. If the replacement CDC card base board
is of an older HW version than the previous card, start permission of the replacement card is
denied. In most cases it is possible to accept an older HW version in inventory by using a
hw-inventory slot X force-accept hw-version CLI command. For more information refer to
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ELC1 Requirements for Tellabs 8660 Smart Router and Tellabs 8630 Smart Router Subracks
The ELC1 line card consumes more power, and thus dissipates more heat than IFC1 or IFC2 line
cards (IFC+IFM). More air ow is needed through ELC1 line cards than through IFC1 and IFC2
line cards. It has a number of smaller heat sinks and one larger to which the main components
are attached.
It is important to ensure that adequate cooling is used when an ELC1 card is installed in a subrack.
Tellabs 8630 smart router subrack V1.0 and V1.1 and Tellabs 8660 smart router subrack V3.0 and
V3.1 need to be updated with more powerful fan modules, see table below. Note that Tellabs
8660 smart router R2 subrack already has the more powerful fan module. The software will
verify that the installation is acceptable for the ELC1 card; if it is not, the power-save mode for
the card will be activated.
Requirements for Fan Modules When ELC1 Is in Subrack
Subrack Where ELC1 Is Used Required Fan Module
Tellabs 8630 smart router subrack V1.0 and
Tellabs 8630 smart router subrack V1.1
(81.86S-8630-R6)
Tellabs 8630 smart router Fan Module
81.86F8630FANMD-R6 Rev. D
Tellabs 8660 smart router subrack V3.0
(81.86S8660SUBRA-R5) and
Tellabs 8660 smart router subrack V3.1
(81.86S-8660-R6)
Tellabs 8660 smart router R1 Fan Module
81.86F-8660-R6
Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack
(82.86S-8660-R6)
Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 Fan Module
82.86F-8660-R6
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The maximum amount of ELC1 cards that can be installed in Tellabs 8660 smart router or Tellabs
8630 smart router varies. The number of supported ELC1s in Tellabs 8660 smart router can be
found in the table below. Tellabs 8630 smart router subrack supports installation of a maximum
of four ELC1 cards at up to +45 C if the altitude is less than 1 km; in higher altitudes (above
1 km) the maximum temperature is +40 C.
All empty line card slots have to be shielded with blank cover plates. When ELC1 cards are present
in Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack or Tellabs 8660 smart router subrack V3.0 or V3.1, the
blank cover plates with the air guide (part number 81.86B-LCBLANK-R6 LC Blank Cover with
Air Guide) must be used. The blank cover plates will cover the front plane and guide the air ow
through other cards neighboring the empty slots. The usage of this type of blank cover plates is
always recommended in installations when using the more powerful fan modules. It also increases
the air ow through other cards than ELC1.
Number of Supported ELC1s in Different Tellabs 8660 Smart Router HW Congurations
Subrack Version CDC Version Power Feed Number of ELC1s
Supported
2
Tellabs 8660 smart router
subrack 3.0 and 3.1
(81.86S-8660-R6 Rev.
A)
CDC1-A V3.1
or earlier
via CDCs 6
Tellabs 8660 smart router
subrack 3.0 and 3.1
(81.86S-8660-R6 Rev.
A)
CDC1-B V2.1
or earlier
via CDCs 6
Tellabs 8660 smart router
subrack 3.0 and 3.1
(81.86S-8660-R6 Rev.
A)
CDC1-A V4.0
or higher
via CDCs 6
Tellabs 8660 smart router
subrack 3.0 and 3.1
(81.86S-8660-R6 Rev.
A)
CDC1-B V2.5
or higher
via CDCs 6
Tellabs 8660 smart router R2
subrack (82.86S-8660-R6
Rev. A)
CDC1-A V3.1
or earlier
via CDCs 5
Tellabs 8660 smart router R2
subrack (82.86S-8660-R6
Rev. A)
CDC1-B V2.1
or earlier
via CDCs 5
Tellabs 8660 smart router R2
subrack (82.86S-8660-R6
Rev. A)
CDC1-A V4.0
or higher
via CDCs 6
Tellabs 8660 smart router R2
subrack (82.86S-8660-R6
Rev. A)
CDC1-B V2.5
or higher
via CDCs 6
Tellabs 8660 smart router R2
subrack (82.86S-8660-R6
Rev. A)
any
via DC48 Power
Input Modules
(82.86P-8660-R6)
12
2
The number of supported ELC1s is valid when only ELC1s are in use in the network element. When the conguration consists of a mix of IFC1,
IFC2 with different IFMs and ELC1 cards, the maximum supported conguration must be calculated on the basis of the power consumption gures
for all cards and modules in the specic NE.
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Installing Line Card and CDC
There is a total of 12 slots in Tellabs 8660 smart router and 4 slots in Tellabs 8630 smart router
available for line cards with user trafc interfaces. The two outermost slots 1 and 14 are for CDCs.
Only CDCs have a xed location. The CDC in slot 14 is mandatory in all congurations. Equipping
slot 1 with another CDC depends on protection needs; it is highly recommended, however.
Install the line cards in any of the slots 213 in Tellabs 8660 smart router or in any of the slots 69 in
Tellabs 8630 smart router. Protection needs, however, may require the line card to be installed in a
certain slot. In a protected system a line card situated in the higher slot number is regarded as the
working card, and the protecting card is installed on the left side of the working card in Tellabs 8660
smart router or in the upper slot position in Tellabs 8630 smart router.
When the 1x10GBASE-R R2 IFM is equipped in the IFC2 based line card, the other IFM slot can
contain one of the following IFMs: 4xSTM-1/OC-3 ATM IFM, 1xchSTM-1/chOC-3 Multiservice
IFM, 24xchE1/chT1 Multiservice IFM or none.
Fig. 59 Tellabs 8660 Smart Router Card Placement and Interface Numbering
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Fig. 60 Tellabs 8630 Smart Router Card Placement and Interface Numbering
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Follow the steps below when inserting cards:
Step 1 Make sure the ejectors are in the open position as shown in the gure below.
Step 2 Guide the card into the subrack by carefully placing it between the upper/right and lower/left guides
of the selected slot in Tellabs 8630 smart router or Tellabs 8660 smart router and slide the card until
it stops. The card stops sliding when the ejectors make contact with the subrack. Be careful not to
damage the EMC gasket on the left/upper side of the card.
Step 3 Insert the card into the back plane by depressing both ejectors simultaneously.
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Step 4 Tighten the captive screws on the upper/right and lower/left of the card. The type of the screw can
be Torx TX10 or Pozidriv PZ2. First tighten both of the screws lightly and after that make the nal
tightening. Use an approximate torque of 0.5 Nm/.68 Lb-Ft for tightening.
Excessive tightening will damage the screw.
Step 5 Assemble the blank faceplates to the empty line card slots. The EMC gasket must always be on the
left/upper side of the blank faceplate.
Blank faceplates and IFM cover plates serve three important functions:
They prevent exposure to the voltages inside the subrack and on the other hand they protect the
device from short circuits caused by a person.
They prevent electromagnetic interference (EMI).
They direct the ow of cooling air through the subrack.
Do not operate the system unless all blank faceplates and IFM cover plates are in place.
Be sure to tighten the captive screws. The captive screws will secure that the cards will stay
properly seated in case of vibration or shake.
With ELC1 cards in Tellabs 8660 smart router subracks use blank cover plates part number
81.86B-LCBLANK-R6 LC Blank Cover with Air Guide.
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Fig. 61 Inserting Cards into Tellabs 8660 Smart Router Subrack V3.0 and V3.1
Fig. 62 Card Locations and Slot Numbering in Tellabs 8660 Smart Router Subrack
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Fig. 63 Inserting Cards into Tellabs 8630 Smart Router Subrack
Fig. 64 Card Locations and Slot Numbering in Tellabs 8630 Smart Router Subrack
Removing Line Card
Step 1 If the NE is running FP3.0 or higher ESW, use the "esw-shutdown slot <slot#>" CLI command and
wait until the red (Local Alarm) and yellow (Remote Alarm) LEDs are blinking in the target card
(for details see chapter 7.1 ESW Shutdown before Removing Card(s) or Switching NE Power off)!
Step 2 Loosen the fastening screws located at the upper/right and lower/left of the line card front panel
in Tellabs 8660 smart router or Tellabs 8630 smart router. The type of the screw can be Torx
TX10 or Pozidriv PZ2.
Step 3 Remove the line card by raising the upper/right and lower/left ejector handles simultaneously.
Step 4 Carefully slide the line card out of the subrack.
Step 5 Place the line card on an antistatic surface or in a bag.
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Step 6 Cover the empty slot with a blank faceplate or reinsert a line card as instructed in chapter 3.1.4 Line
Card and CDC Assembly with New Captive Screws and New Ejector Levers.
Fig. 65 Blank Faceplates for Line Card
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Fig. 66 Line Card Blank Cover with Air Guide
Fig. 67 Removing Blank Faceplates without Ejector Levers
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Removing CDC
Before starting the operation, make sure that the CDC that you want to extract is not active:
Step 1 Insert a PC with a serial port terminal, for instance Hyperterminal on Windows XP, to the active
CDC management port.
The active CDC is indicated by the green CDC status/Master LED in the front panel.
Step 2 Alternatively, you can check the active CDC with a console using the following command:
router# show hw
Example:
UK_8630# show hw
This is node 0 of type 8660 3.0 and subrack address 0.
Control unit 1 is active.
unit in slot 1 is part of inventory and UP AND RUNNING
Step 3 If needed, switch CDC activity using the CLI command:
router# protection manual-switchover
In the following example card 1 is extracted and it is active; the active CDC is moved to slot 14.
UK_8630# protection manual-switchover unit cdc slot 14
Step 4 Now move the console port to the active CDC.
Step 5 If the NE is running FP3.0 or higher ESW, use the "esw-shutdown slot 1" CLI command and wait
until the red (Local Alarm) and yellow (Remote Alarm) LEDs are blinking in the target card (for
details see chapter 7.1 ESW Shutdown before Removing Card(s) or Switching NE Power off)!
Now you can proceed to remove the CDC:
Step 1 Switch off the power of the CDC that you are going to extract.
Step 2 Remove the clock signal cable from the SCI port.
Step 3 Remove the DC power cable from the CDC.
Step 4 Use a Torx TX10 or Pozidriv PZ2 screwdriver to unfasten the card screws.
Step 5 Turn the blue latches outbound, placed on the upper/right and the lower/left of the card, to extract
the card.
Step 6 Remove the CDC from the shelf.
Replacing CDC
Step 1 Insert the CDC into the shelf.
Step 2 Turn the blue latches placed on the upper/right and lower/left of the card inbound to x the card.
Step 3 Use a Torx TX10 or Pozidriv PZ2 screwdriver to fasten the card screws. Use an approximate torque
of 0.5 Nm/.68 Lb-Ft for tightening.
Excessive tightening will damage the screw.
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Step 4 Insert the clock signal cable to the SCI port.
Step 5 Insert the DC power cable to the CDC and fasten the screws tightly.
Step 6 Switch ON the power of the CDC.
After having replaced the CDC, you can optionally check that it is booting. Type the following
command:
UK_8630# show hw
If the CDC was part of the inventory in the network element you will see:
unit in slot 1 is MISSING from node but part of inventory
the expected unit type is cbb2026CDC1A(2026)
timing module has
expected type cmt2228-timing
active type none
existing type none
The new CDC will sequentially go through the following steps:
unit in slot 1 is part of inventory and STARTING BOOT SEQUENCE
unit in slot 1 is part of inventory and BOOTING UP
unit in slot 1 is part of inventory and UP AND RUNNING
Now the card is available.
It will take some minutes to synchronize the NE conguration with the active CDC. This activity is
indicated by the blinking CDC status/RMTalm LED. The NE will be consistent when the LED is
stable.
3.1.5 IFC1 Line Card and CDC1 Assembly with Old Captive Screws and Old
Ejector Levers
This chapter applies for CDC1-A V4.0 or earlier, CDC1-B V4.0 or earlier (excluding CDC1-SEC-B
V2.5), IFC1-A V2.1 or earlier, and IFC1-B V1.1 or earlier, their part numbers are listed below.
These cards can be identied from the old caption screws and old ejector levers, see gure below.
CDC1 and IFC1 HW Versions with Old Captive Screws and Old Ejector Levers
Order Code Card
81.86CDC1A00000-R5 all revisions,
82.86CDC1A00000-R5 Rev. B or earlier
CDC1-A V4.0 or earlier
81.86CDC1B00000-R5 Rev. A or earlier,
82.86CDC1B00000-R5 Rev. B or earlier
CDC1-B V4.0 or earlier (excluding CDC1-SEC-B
V2.5)
81.86IFC1A02024-R5 Rev. A or earlier IFC1-A V2.1 or earlier
81.86IFC1B02225-R5 Rev. A or earlier IFC1-B V1.1 or earlier
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Fig. 68 New (on the left) and Old (on the right) Caption Screws and Ejector Levers for Line
Card and CDC
If you are going to remove the CDC from Tellabs 8660 smart router/Tellabs 8630 smart router,
rst turn off the power switch, then detach the power cable and only after these actions,
remove the CDC. Never keep the power cable connected to the CDC while it is out of its slot.
Otherwise the CDC may cause bodily injury or damage to the part that it is touching.
Insert the cards only after the subrack has been installed in the cabinet or rack.
Before inserting cards the subrack must be properly grounded.
Always use an ESD wristband connected to the grounded network element or cabinet when
plugging in the cards.
Within one network element only the same type (A or B) of both CDC1 and IFC1 cards is
supported.
IFC2-B can however be used together with any type of CDC1 and IFC1, but if the port protection
features on IFC2-B are used, both interfaces in the protecting group must be IFC2-B.
When a CDC card (CDC1-A or CDC1-B) is replaced by another card, the HW Major.Minor (e.g.
2.0.x) version of a new CDC card base board (CBB2026 or CBB2224) should be at least equal
to the HW version of the previous card. After replacement, the HW version of the new CDC
card base board is saved as an expected HW version. If the replacement CDC card base board
is of an older HW version than the previous card, start permission of the replacement card is
denied. In most cases it is possible to accept an older HW version in inventory by using a
hw-inventory slot X force-accept hw-version CLI command. For more information refer to
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There is a total of 12 slots in Tellabs 8660 smart router and 4 slots in Tellabs 8630 smart router
available for line cards with user trafc interfaces. The two outermost slots 1 and 14 are for CDCs.
Only CDCs have a xed location. The CDC in slot 14 is mandatory in all congurations. Equipping
slot 1 with another CDC depends on protection needs; it is highly recommended, however.
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Install the line cards in any of the slots 213 in Tellabs 8660 smart router or in any of the slots 69 in
Tellabs 8630 smart router. Protection needs, however, may require the line card to be installed in a
certain slot. In a protected system a line card situated in the higher slot number is regarded as the
working card, and the protecting card is installed on the left side of the working card in Tellabs 8660
smart router or in the upper slot position in Tellabs 8630 smart router.
In order to ease fully populated Tellabs 8660 smart router subrack assembly, insert rst line cards to
slots 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 and tighten the captive screws and after that assemble the rest of the line cards
to slots 3, 5, 7, 9, 11 and 13. Otherwise the EMC gaskets will push the line cards to the other end
and will make settings of the screws more difcult.
Tellabs 8660 smart router and Tellabs 8630 smart router card placement and interface numbering
data is available in chapter 3.1.4 Line Card and CDC Assembly with New Captive Screws and
New Ejector Levers.
Follow the steps below when inserting cards:
Step 1 Make sure the ejectors are in the open position as shown in the gure below.
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Step 2 Guide the card into the subrack by carefully placing it between the upper/right and lower/left guides
of the selected slot in Tellabs 8660 smart router or Tellabs 8630 smart router and slide the card until
it stops. The card stops sliding when the ejectors make contact with the subrack. Be careful not to
damage the EMC gasket on the left/upper side of the card.
Step 3 Insert the card into the back plane by depressing both ejectors simultaneously.
Step 4 Tighten the captive screws on the upper/right and lower/left of the card by using a size 10 Torx key.
First tighten both of the screws lightly and after that make the nal tightening. Use an approximate
torque of 0.5 Nm/.68 Lb-Ft for tightening.
Step 5 Use a rm push to the middle of the front plate of the card to secure that the card is properly
seated to the subrack. Re-tighten the caption screws. Use an approximate torque of 0.5 Nm/.68
Lb-Ft for tightening.
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Excessive tightening will damage the screw.
Step 6 Assemble the blank faceplates to the empty line card slots. The EMC gasket must always be on the
left/upper side of the blank faceplate.
Blank faceplates and IFM cover plates serve three important functions:
They prevent exposure to the voltages inside the subrack and on the other hand they protect the
device from short circuits caused by a person.
They prevent electromagnetic interference (EMI).
They direct the ow of cooling air through the subrack.
Do not operate the system unless all blank faceplates and IFM cover plates are in place.
It is of utmost importance that the line cards and CDCs are soundly pressed to their places and
their captive screws are tightened. Failing to do so will cause a network element malfunction.
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Fig. 69 Inserting Cards into Tellabs 8660 Smart Router Subrack V3.0 and V3.1
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Fig. 70 Card Locations and Slot Numbering in Tellabs 8660 Smart Router Subrack
Fig. 71 Inserting Cards into Tellabs 8630 Smart Router Subrack
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Fig. 72 Card Locations and Slot Numbering in Tellabs 8630 Smart Router Subrack
Removing Line Card
Step 1 If the NE is running FP3.0 or higher ESW, use the "esw-shutdown slot <slot#>" CLI command and
wait until the red (Local Alarm) and yellow (Remote Alarm) LEDs are blinking in the target card
(for details see chapter 7.1 ESW Shutdown before Removing Card(s) or Switching NE Power off)!
Step 2 Loosen the fastening screws located at the upper/right and lower/left of the line card front panel
in Tellabs 8660 smart router or Tellabs 8630 smart router. The type of the screw can be Torx
TX10 or Pozidriv PZ2.
Step 3 Remove the line card by raising the upper/right and lower/left ejector handles simultaneously.
Step 4 Carefully slide the line card out of the subrack.
Step 5 Place the line card on an antistatic surface or in a bag.
Step 6 Cover the empty slot with a blank faceplate or reinsert a line card as instructed in chapter 3.1.5 IFC1
Line Card and CDC1 Assembly with Old Captive Screws and Old Ejector Levers.
Fig. 73 Blank Faceplate for CDC1 and IFC1 Line Card
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Removing CDC
Before starting the operation, make sure that the CDC that you want to extract is not active:
Step 1 Insert a PC with a serial port terminal, for instance Hyperterminal on Windows XP, to the active
CDC management port.
The active CDC is indicated by the green CDC status/Master LED in the front panel.
Step 2 Alternatively, you can check the active CDC with a console using the following command:
router# show hw
Example:
UK_8630# show hw
This is node 0 of type 8660 3.0 and subrack address 0.
Control unit 1 is active.
unit in slot 1 is part of inventory and UP AND RUNNING
Step 3 If needed, switch CDC activity using the CLI command:
router# protection manual-switchover
In the following example card 1 is extracted and it is active; the active CDC is moved to slot 14.
UK_8630# protection manual-switchover unit cdc slot 14
Step 4 Now move the console port to the active CDC.
Step 5 If the NE is running FP3.0 or higher ESW, use the "esw-shutdown slot 1" CLI command and wait
until the red (Local Alarm) and yellow (Remote Alarm) LEDs are blinking in the target card (for
details see chapter 7.1 ESW Shutdown before Removing Card(s) or Switching NE Power off)!
Now you can proceed to remove the CDC:
Step 1 Switch off the power of the CDC that you are going to extract.
Step 2 Remove the clock signal cable from the SCI port.
Step 3 Remove the DC power cable from the CDC.
Step 4 Use a Torx TX10 or Pozidriv PZ2 screwdriver to unfasten the card screws.
Step 5 Turn the blue latches outbound, placed on the upper/right and the lower/left of the card, to extract
the card.
Step 6 Remove the CDC from the shelf.
Replacing CDC
Step 1 Insert the CDC into the shelf.
Step 2 Turn the blue latches placed on the upper/right and the lower/left of the card inbound to x the card.
Step 3 Use a Torx TX10 or Pozidriv PZ2 screwdriver to fasten the card screws. Use an approximate torque
of 0.5 Nm/.68 Lb-Ft for tightening.
Excessive tightening will damage the screw.
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Step 4 Insert the clock signal cable to the SCI port.
Step 5 Insert the DC power cable to the CDC and fasten the screws tightly.
Step 6 Switch ON the power of the CDC.
After having replaced the CDC, you can optionally check that it is booting. Type the following
command:
UK_8630# show hw
If the CDC was part of the inventory in the network element you will see:
unit in slot 1 is MISSING from node but part of inventory
the expected unit type is cbb2026CDC1A(2026)
timing module has
expected type cmt2228-timing
active type none
existing type none
The new CDC will sequentially go through the following steps:
unit in slot 1 is part of inventory and STARTING BOOT SEQUENCE
unit in slot 1 is part of inventory and BOOTING UP
unit in slot 1 is part of inventory and UP AND RUNNING
Now the card is available.
It will take some minutes to synchronize the NE conguration with the active CDC. This activity is
indicated by the blinking CDC status/RMTalm LED. The NE will be consistent when the LED is
stable.
3.1.6 Inserting Pluggable Transceivers
SFP is static electricity-sensitive. Use an ESD wristband connected to the grounded network
element or cabinet when handling the SFP.
SFP is also dust-sensitive. Keep the protective cap on when not in use.
Insert the SFPs only after the NE is installed in the cabinet or rack.
Before inserting SFPs the NE must be properly grounded.
To avoid eye injury do not look at an operating SFP connector.
The SFP installation procedure is the same for all Tellabs 8600 network elements and for all
interfaces.
Step 1 First identify the following parts on the SFP:
Contacts in the SFP circuit board
Cable connectors in front. The cable connectors are protected with a dust cover
Locking mechanism
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Step 2 Hold the SFP so that the contacts in the SFP circuit board are visible on the upper side (Tellabs 8620
smart router) or on the right/lower side (Tellabs 8660 smart router/Tellabs 8630 smart router) and
the cable connector with the protective cap and locking mechanism are towards you.
Fig. 74 Inserting SFP
Step 3 Insert the SFP into the socket in the interface. The SFP should slide smoothly into the interface.
If the SFP does not slide smoothly, check that the orientation is correct. Do not force the SFP
into the socket.
The retaining clip can be in open or closed position during insertion. If it is closed, the SFP should
click in its place.
Step 4 Verify that the retaining clip is in the closed position. Make sure the SFP is correctly seated by
pulling it gently. The SFP should not come loose without releasing the locking.
Step 5 An empty SFP slot may be furnished with an optional SFP plug (160.0637).
The SFP module installed for each interface is automatically detected by the interface. Information
about the SFP can be veried by using the following CLI command:
router# show hw-inventory details
For more information about SFPs and laser safety, refer to chapters 1.11 Pluggable Transceivers
and 2 Prerequisites.
Removing SFP
You can replace the SFP without disabling the interfaces or removing the line card. The power
can either be on or off.
Step 1 Disconnect the cables from the SFP on the interface. Furnish the cable connectors with a protective
cap.
Depending on the model, furnish the SFP with a protective cap before or after releasing the locking.
Step 2 Release the SFP locking and pull it out of the slot. Do not force the SFP out of the socket.
Step 3 Place the SFP on an antistatic surface or bag.
Step 4 An empty SFP slot may be furnished with an optional SFP plug (160.0637).
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Fig. 75 SFP Plug
3.2 Tellabs 8620 Smart Router Installation
To comply with the EMC requirements, install Tellabs 8620 smart router to a cabinet or a rack. Use
the NE only at locations which fulll class 1 or class 2 of the ETSI TR 101 651 properties. Connect
the NE to the cabinet grounding bar with a separate grounding cable included in the delivery.
3.2.1 Installation in a Cabinet or Rack
Install the Tellabs 8620 smart router in a rack using the two side adapters. The side adapters are
provided with several mounting points to allow horizontal installation adjustment.
In order to prevent the network element from overheating make sure that
adequate cooling and ventilation openings are provided in case of an enclosed cabinet,
there is sufciently free space around both the air intake and the outgoing air openings of Tellabs
8620 smart router,
the cabling does not block the free airow of Tellabs 8620 smart router,
other equipments do not blow their outgoing air to the air intake opening of Tellabs 8620 smart
router.
Step 1 Mount the cage nuts to the correct points in the rack. Use the side adapters to determine the points
for the cage nuts.
Step 2 Mount the side adapters to Tellabs 8620 smart router so that you leave at least 8090 mm/3.153.54
in free space for cabling in front.
Step 3 Connect the lug end of the ground wire to the grounding point of the network element enclosure.
You can use any of the NE side adapter mounting screws or the grounding point provided in
the backside as a grounding point.
Insert a star washer under the mounting screw to ensure electrical continuity.
Mark the grounding point with a grounding sticker included in the NE installation acces-
sories.
Step 4 Lift the enclosure to its place and fasten it using the M6x15 screws.
Step 5 Connect the ground wire to the rack grounding bar.
Adequate clearance must be provided on both sides of Tellabs 8620 smart router for ambient airow
to ensure normal operation.
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Make sure that the ambient temperature meets the operating conditions to prevent elevated
temperatures. This is important especially when the NE is installed in an enclosed cabinet.
Fig. 76 Hot Surface Warning
Tellabs 8620 smart router can be used at up to +65 C/+149 F ambient temperature, in which
case the temperature of the enclosure will be high too. A marking required by safety standard
[IEC60950-1] for surfaces exceeding +70 C/+158 F is attached to such equipment that may exceed
this limit. Tellabs 8620 smart router must be installed in a location which is accessible only to
service personnel or specially trained users (restricted access location as dened in [IEC60950-1]).
It must be ensured that unauthorized persons cannot access the installation.
The table below lists the installation accessories supplied with Tellabs 8620 smart router.
Installation Accessories
Item Quantity
Side adapter for 19 installation 2
M6x15 mounting screw 4
M6 cage nut 4
M6.5 plastic washer 4
M4 star washer, DIN 6798A 1
Grounding cable (Ring Terminal - Open, 1.0 m) 1
Grounding sticker 1
3.2.2 Interface Module Installation
Tellabs 8620 smart router is delivered with the interface modules that are already installed in their
places.
If you are going to remove the power input module from Tellabs 8620 smart router, rst turn off
the power switch, then detach the power cable and only after these actions, remove the power
module. Never keep the power cable connected to the power module while it is out of its slot.
Otherwise the power module may cause bodily injury or damage to the part that it is touching.
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TELLABS WARRANTY SHALL BE VOID, AND TELLABS SHALL HAVE NO WARRANTY OR
OTHER LIABILITY FOR DAMAGES OF ANY KIND, FOR TELLABS HARDWARE OR SOFTWARE
THAT HAS NOT BEEN HANDLED, INSTALLED OR OPERATED IN ACCORDANCE WITH
TELLABS SPECIFICATIONS AND OPERATING PROCEDURES. IF THE HARDWARE OR
SOFTWARE HAS BEEN REPAIRED, MODIFIED OR REPLACED OTHER THAN BY TELLABS,
THE WARRANTY OF THE PRODUCT, AND OF ALL OTHER EQUIPMENT CONTAINED IN THE
SYSTEM INTO WHICH THE PRODUCT IS INSTALLED, ARE VOID.
The IFM may not be removed, replaced, or a new IFM added, by any party other than Tellabs.
There may be emergency situations or critical, exceptional circumstances in which the user or
owner of the system decides, however, to remove, replace or add an IFM itself or by another
party than Tellabs. The below specied instructions are provided for such exceptional cases
and circumstances and for informative purposes only. The decision to perform any of these
tasks and performance thereof shall constitute agreement of the warranty becoming null
as set forth above.
Tellabs 8620 smart router must be disconnected from the mains supply before removing the
cover as high voltages are present inside the case.
Make sure you are using an ESD wrist strap.
Try to avoid touching the components on the printed circuit boards.
The IFM slots in Tellabs 8620 smart router are identied by slot numbers M0 and M1 according
to the front view shown in the gure below.
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Fig. 77 Tellabs 8620 Smart Router IFM Slot and Interface Numbering
Removal of Tellabs 8620 smart router from the cabinet or rack is not required when adding or
replacing an IFM.
Step 1 Disconnect the power cable in the back of the NE in case it is connected.
Step 2 Remove the fan module cover plate.
Step 3 Remove the seven assembly screws from the front panel and the D-9 connector captive screws.
Step 4 Remove the two D-9 connector xing screws and the two nuts and washers from the Timing Module
if it exists.
Step 5 Remove the front panel.
Step 6 Extract the air lter framework in the left side of the fan module.
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Step 7 Pull the baseboard assembly out of the enclosure and place it on an antistatic surface.
Fig. 78 Extracting Tellabs 8620 Smart Router Assembly
Fig. 79 Cover Removed
Step 8 Remove possible covers from the empty slots. Store the covers for possible future use.
Fig. 80 IFM Removed
Step 9 Mount the new IFM to the baseboard.
Make sure all the connector pins on the baseboard are upright and in a straight line.
Keep the IFM horizontally in relation to Tellabs 8620 smart router.
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Align the three board-to-board connectors in the baseboard and IFM opposite each other and
carefully press them together.
The connectors are best viewed from the back or right side of Tellabs 8620 smart router.
Be careful not to bend any connector pins.
The screw holes on the top surface of the IFM should now be opposite the baseboard and
enclosure screw holes.
Secure the seven fastening screws (M2.5x6). Be careful not to apply too much force. First
tighten all the screws lightly and after that make the nal tightening.
Fig. 81 Inserting IFM
Step 10 Make sure the possible empty IFM slots are covered with blank cover plates.
Do not operate Tellabs 8620 smart router without the IFM slot cover plates.
Step 11 Slide the baseboard assembly inside the enclosure.
Align the edges in each corner of the baseboard frame to the ducts in the Tellabs 8620 smart
router housing.
Make sure the edge in the middle of the frame slides in between all three clamps in the
housing.
Step 12 Reinstall the air lter framework. The grid must be facing towards the fans.
Step 13 Reinstall the front panel and the seven assembly screws.
Step 14 Reinstall the D-9 connector captive screws.
Step 15 Reinstall the two nuts and washers and the two D-9 connector xing screws of the Timing Module
if it exists.
Step 16 Reinstall the fan module cover plate.
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3.3 Tellabs 8605 Smart Router, Tellabs 8607 Smart Router, Tellabs
8609 Smart Router and Tellabs 8611 Smart Router Installation
These instructions apply to Tellabs 8605 smart router, Tellabs 8607 smart router, Tellabs 8609 smart
router and Tellabs 8611 smart router network elements.
Tellabs 8611 smart router is shipped with a plate held in place with screws which covers the
front of the enclosure to strengthen and prevent damage during shipment. Remove the
screws and discard the shipping plate after mounting the switch before modules are installed.
Fig. 82 Tellabs 8611 Smart Router Shipped with Shipping Plate
3.3.1 Installation in Cabinet
Install the network element in a rack using two side adapters. The side adapters are provided with
two mounting points to allow horizontal installation adjustment.
In order to prevent the network element from overheating make sure that
Adequate cooling and ventilation openings are provided in case of an enclosed cabinet.
There is sufciently free space around the network element, on all sides and for Tellabs 8605
smart router also on the top.
Cabling does not block the free airow of the network element.
Other equipment do not blow their outgoing air to the openings of the network element.
The DC variants of Tellabs 8605 smart router, Tellabs 8607 smart router, Tellabs 8609 smart router
and Tellabs 8611 smart router can be used at ambient temperature range from -40C to +65C
(-40F to +149F). When the equipment is started up, the ambient temperature shall be -20C
(-4F) or warmer. The operational temperature range of the whole Tellabs 8607 smart router,
Tellabs 8609 smart router and Tellabs 8611 smart router is determined on the narrowest operating
temperature of the line modules used.
For Tellabs 8605 smart router there are also limitations in the installations in high temperatures.
When the Tellabs 8605 smart router enclosure is installed into the rack and the ambient is over
+45C (113F), there has to be approximately 1U (=44.45 mm) free space below and above the
enclosure to maintain adequate cooling of the equipment.
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Do not cover the ventilation holes on the left/right side nor on top of the enclosure. For Tellabs 8605
smart router, in the installations ambient below +45C (113F) leave approximately 10 mm/0.40 in
free space above the top perforation for the cooling air.
Step 1 Mount the cage nuts to the correct points in the rack. Use the side adapters to determine the points
for the cage nuts.
Step 2 Mount the side adapters to the network element using a size 10 Torx key. At least 8090 mm/3.03.5
in free space must be provided for cabling in the front side of the enclosure.
Mount the 19 to 23 extension adapters (available as a separate option) to the 19 adapters
if you are installing the network element to a 23 rack.
Fig. 83 Tellabs 8607 Smart Router with 23 Extension Adapters Installed
Step 3 Connect the lug end of the ground wire to the grounding point of the network element enclosure.
The grounding point is situated on the left side of the enclosure.
Step 4 Lift the enclosure to its place and fasten it using the M6x15 screws.
Step 5 Connect the ground wire to the rack grounding bar.
Fig. 84 Tellabs 8605 Smart Router and Tellabs 8607 Smart Router with Side Adapter Installed
and Grounding Point
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Fig. 85 Tellabs 8611 Smart Router with Side Adapter Installed and Grounding Point
The table below shows the installation accessories that are included in the delivery.
Installation Accessories
Item Quantity
Side adapter for 19 installation 2
M3x6 mounting screw, Torx 8
M6x15 mounting screw 4
M6 cage nut 4
M6.5 plastic washer 4
M4 star washer, DIN 6798A 1
Grounding cable (Ring Terminal Open, 1.0 m) 1
Mounting screw for grounding cable, M5x12 2
Grounding sticker 1
Locking latch for AC power cable (AC power model only) 1
Make sure that the ambient temperature meets the operating conditions to prevent elevated
temperatures. This is important especially when the NE is installed in an enclosed cabinet.
Adequate clearance must be provided around the ventilation openings of the network element
for ambient airow to ensure normal operation.
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Fig. 86 Hot Surface Warning
Tellabs 8605 smart router Tellabs 8607 smart router, Tellabs 8609 smart router and Tellabs 8611
smart router can be used at up to +65C/+149F ambient temperature (except the Tellabs 8605 smart
router AC-powered variants), in which case the temperature of the enclosure will be high too. A
marking required by safety standard [IEC60950-1] for surfaces exceeding +70C/+158F is attached
to such equipment that may exceed this limit. Tellabs 8605 smart router, Tellabs 8607 smart router,
Tellabs 8609 smart router and Tellabs 8611 smart router must be installed in a location which is
accessible only to service personnel or specially trained users (restricted access location as dened
in [IEC60950-1]). It must be ensured that unauthorized persons cannot access the installation.
3.3.2 Installation on Wall
Tellabs 8605 smart router and Tellabs 8607 smart router can be installed also on the wall. You can
use the regular set of installation accessories.
The installation requirements are as in the rack installation. See chapter 3.3.1 Installation in Cabinet
for more information on the installation accessories and installation requirements. The two side
adapters must be mounted next to the front panel.
Install the network element on the wall facing to the right to maintain adequate cooling.
Do not cover the ventilation holes on the left/right side nor on top of the enclosure.
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Fig. 87 Tellabs 8605 Smart Router Installed on Wall
3.3.3 Tellabs 8605 Smart Router Interface Numbering
The following gure presents Tellabs 8605 smart router interface numbering. It also shows the legal
module positions for the supported modules.
Fig. 88 Tellabs 8605 Smart Router IF Numbering
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3.3.4 Tellabs 8607 Smart Router Power Module Installation
If you are going to remove the power module from Tellabs 8607 smart router, detach the power
cable and only after these actions, remove the power module. Never keep the power cable
connected to the power module while it is out of its slot. Otherwise the power module may
cause bodily injury or damage to the part that it is touching.
Make sure that the power supply cable is not connected when installing the power module.
The same installation procedure applies for the power modules as for the line module installation.
In Tellabs 8607 smart router the lower module is the working one and the upper is the protecting
one. In case the NE will not be redundant, install the only DC power module to the lower slot.
Fig. 89 Inserting Power Module in Tellabs 8607 Smart Router
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3.3.5 Tellabs

8607 Smart Router Fan Module Installation


The fan module must be installed to ensure a proper cooling of Tellabs 8607 smart router.
Terminology:
A fan module is a module consisting of two or more fans, the mechanics and possibly the control
electronics.
A fan is one fan in a fan module.
Time to change fan module
Single fan failure Less than 72 hours
More than one fan failure Within three hours
Step 1 Open the fastening screw from the lter framework cover plate on the left side of the Tellabs 8607
smart router front panel using a size 1 Pozidriv or #2 Phillips.
Step 2 Remove the lter framework by pulling it from the fastening screw in the front plate.
Step 3 Install the fan framework by sliding it to its place.
Push the PCB framework of the fan module all the way to the bottom so that the power
connectors are rmly pressed together. Do not push the fan itself.
Step 4 Install the lter framework by sliding it to its place with the grid facing the fans.
Step 5 Tighten the lter framework fastening screw.
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Fig. 90 Installing Fan Module in Tellabs 8607 Smart Router
3.3.6 Tellabs

8607 Smart Router Line Module Installation


Tellabs 8607 smart router must be disconnected from the mains supply before installing the
line modules.
Make sure you are using an ESD wrist strap.
Try to avoid touching the components on the printed circuit boards.
The operational temperature range of the whole Tellabs 8607 smart router is determined on
the narrowest operating temperature of the line modules and high speed modules used.
The LM slots in Tellabs 8607 smart router are identied by slot numbers M03 according to the
front view shown in the gure below.
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Fig. 91 Tellabs 8607 Smart Router LM Slot and Interface Numbering
All empty line module and power module slots must be covered with blank cover plates.
The test interface of 2xADSL LM is disabled and only for Tellabs internal use!
Line Module Equipping Recommendation Principles Supported by Tellabs 8607 Smart Router
Line Module Type Maximum
Number
Limitations
4xSHDSL 3 None
2xADSL 1 Can be used only in slot M0.
8x10/100BASE-TX 1 None
8xchE1/chT1 2 None
Empty 3 None
2xADSL LM can be used only in slot M0 in Tellabs 8607 smart router!
In 2xADSL LM both the DSL1 and DSL2 lines are available in the same connector.
Step 1 Make sure that the power supply cable is not connected and that the network element is properly
grounded.
Step 2 Guide the line module into the enclosure by carefully placing it between the left and right guides of
the selected slot and slide the card until it stops.
Step 3 Press the line module to the bottom until the line module faceplate is level with the enclosure.
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Step 4 Tighten the captive screws on the left and right of the line module by using a size 1 Pozidriv or #2
Phillips key. First tighten both of the screws lightly and after that make the nal tightening. Use an
approximate torque of 0.5 Nm/.68 Lb-Ft for tightening.
Excessive tightening will damage the screw.
Step 5 Cover all the empty slots with a blank faceplate.
Fig. 92 Inserting Line Module in Tellabs 8607 Smart Router
3.3.7 Tellabs 8609 Smart Router and Tellabs 8611 Smart Router Power Module
Installation
If you are going to remove the power module from Tellabs 8609 smart router and Tellabs
8611 smart router, detach the power cable and only after these actions, remove the power
module. Never keep the power cable connected to the power module while it is out of its slot.
Otherwise the power module may cause bodily injury or damage to the part that it is touching.
Make sure that the power supply cable is not connected when installing the power module.
In the installation of Tellabs 8609 smart router and Tellabs 8611 smart router, the power wires
must be twisted (e.g. 16 rounds per meter). Untwisted DC power wiring is not allowed!
The Tellabs 8609 smart router and Tellabs 8611 smart router supported power modules are:
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DC power module (support for both -48 Vdc and +24 Vdc nominal input voltages):
The NE provides a slot for a single dual input DC power module. If redundant power feeding
is required, it is achieved by connecting two independent power feeds to the A input and B
input of the power module.
DC48 power module (support for -48 Vdc nominal input voltage):
The NE provides two slots for a dual half-height DC48 power module. If fully redundant power
feeding is required, it is achieved by installing a DC48 power module in both slots, however, a
single supply can be used if redundancy is not required.
Step 1 Make sure that the power supply cable is not connected and that the network element is properly
grounded.
Step 2 Guide the power module into the enclosure by carefully placing it between the left and right guides
of the selected slot and slide the card until it stops. Make sure to keep the power module level
during insertion. If any abnormal resistance is felt during insertion, pull back the module and
restart the insertion.
Step 3 Press the power module to the bottom until the power module faceplate is level with the enclosure.
Step 4 Secure connector with screws after plugging it in to the power module.
Step 5 Tighten the captive screws on the left and right of the power module by using a size 1 Pozidriv or #2
Phillips key. First tighten both of the screws lightly and after that make the nal tightening. Use an
approximate torque of 0.5 Nm/.68 Lb-Ft for tightening.
Excessive tightening will damage the screw.
Step 6 Cover all the empty slots with a blank cover plate.
Fig. 93 Inserting DC Power Module in Tellabs 8609 Smart Router
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Fig. 94 Inserting DC48 Power Modules in Tellabs 8611 Smart Router
3.3.8 Tellabs

8609 Smart Router Fan Module Installation


The fan module must be installed to ensure a proper cooling of Tellabs 8609 smart router.
Terminology:
A fan module is a module consisting of two or more fans, the mechanics and possibly the control
electronics.
A fan is one fan in a fan module.
Time to change fan module
Fan failure Replace within three hours
Step 1 Open the fastening screw from the lter framework cover plate on the left side of the Tellabs 8609
smart router front panel using a size 1 Pozidriv or #2 Phillips.
Step 2 Remove the lter framework by pulling it from the fastening screw in the front plate.
Step 3 Install the fan framework by sliding it to its proper orientation, that is, with the Printed Circuit Board
to the Right when the fan module is inserted. Also ensure that the fan module is inserted so that the
fans are to the right of the metal guide that the lter framework slides into.
Push the PCB framework of the fan module all the way to the bottom so that the power
connectors are rmly pressed together. Do not exert more than nger tip pressure to get the
fan module properly installed. If the fan module resists insertion, remove it and make sure it is
properly aligned and the backplane pins are not bent. The fan module has a guide pin that will
properly align the fan module to the connector if the fan module is properly inserted in the slot.
Step 4 Install the lter framework by sliding it to its place with the grid facing the fans.
Step 5 Tighten the lter framework fastening screw.
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Fig. 95 Installing Fan Module in Tellabs 8609 Smart Router
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3.3.9 Tellabs

8611 Smart Router Fan Module Installation


The fan module must be installed to ensure a proper cooling of Tellabs 8611 smart router.
Terminology:
A fan module is a module consisting of two or more fans, the mechanics and possibly the control
electronics.
A fan is one fan in a fan module.
Time to change fan module
Fan failure Replace within three hours
Step 1 Open the fastening screw from the lter framework cover plate on the left side of the Tellabs 8611
smart router front panel using a size 1 Pozidriv or #2 Phillips.
Step 2 Remove the lter framework by pulling it from the fastening screw in the front plate.
Step 3 Install the fan framework by sliding it to its proper orientation, that is, with the printed circuit board
to the right when the fan module is inserted. Also ensure that the fan module is inserted so that the
fans are to the right of the metal guide that the lter framework slides into.
Push the PCB framework of the fan module all the way to the bottom so that the power
connectors are rmly pressed together. Do not exert more than nger tip pressure to get the
fan module properly installed. If the fan module resists insertion, remove it and make sure it is
properly aligned and the backplane pins are not bent. The fan module has a guide pin that will
properly align the fan module to the connector if the fan module is properly inserted in the slot.
Step 4 Install the lter framework by sliding it to its place with the grid facing the fans.
Step 5 Tighten the lter framework fastening screw.
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Fig. 96 Installing Fan Module in Tellabs 8611 Smart Router
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3.3.10 Tellabs 8611 Smart Router SCM Installation
Tellabs 8611 smart router should have power removed before initially installing the SCM
modules.
Make sure you are using an ESD wrist strap.
Try to avoid touching the components on the printed circuit boards.
If only one SCM is to be used, it shall be installed in slot 2.
When an SCM module is replaced by another module, the HW Major.Minor (e.g. 2.0.x) version
of the new SCM module (SCM2265) should be at least equal to the HW version of the previous
module. After replacement, the HW version of the new SCM module is saved as an expected
HW version. If the replacement SCM module is of an older HW version than the previous
card, the start permission of the replacement module is denied. In most cases it is possible
to accept an older HW version in the inventory by using a hw-inventory slot X force-accept
hw-version CLI command.
In the Tellabs 8611 smart router, the Switching and Control Module (SCM) slots are located in the
middle row of the enclosure, and the SCM slots are identied by slot numbers SCM12 according
to the front view shown in Fig. 98.
Step 1 Verify power is not applied and the network element is properly grounded.
Step 2 Guide the SCM into the enclosure by carefully placing it into the card guides of the selected slot and
push it in until the module contacts the enclosure backplane connector.
Step 3 Press the SCM into the enclosure backplane connector until the faceplate is level with the enclosure.
Step 4 Tighten the captive screws on the left and right of the high speed module by using a size 1 Pozidriv
or #2 Phillips key. First tighten both of the screws lightly and after that make the nal tightening.
Use an approximate torque of 0.5 Nm/.68 Lb-Ft for tightening.
Excessive tightening will damage the screw.
Step 5 Repeat the above steps for the other SCM. If only one SCM is to be used, then install a blank
cover plate in slot 1.
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Fig. 97 Installing Tellabs 8611 Smart Router SCM
3.3.11 Tellabs 8609 Smart Router and Tellabs 8611 Smart Router Physical Line
Module Installation
Tellabs 8609 smart router and Tellabs 8611 smart router should have power removed before
installing the line modules and high speed modules.
Make sure you are using an ESD wrist strap.
Try to avoid touching the components on the printed circuit boards.
The operational temperature range of the whole Tellabs 8609 smart router and Tellabs 8611
smart router is determined on the narrowest operating temperature of the line modules and
high speed modules used.
In the Tellabs 8611 smart router, the High Speed Module (HM) slots are located in the top row, the
Switching and Control Module (SCM) slots are located in the middle row and the Line Module
(LM) slots in the bottom row of the enclosure.
The HM slots are identied by slot numbers M46, the LM slots by slot numbers M03, and the
SCM slots by slot numbers SCM12 according to the front view shown in the gure below.
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Fig. 98 Tellabs 8611 Smart Router HM, SCM and LM Slot and Interface Numbering
In Tellabs 8609 smart router, the xed GE interfaces on the left side belong to the logical LM
module slots 0..2. The two right-most pluggable line module (LM) slots are numbered 3..4.
The LM slots in Tellabs 8609 smart router are identied by slot numbers M04 according to the
front view shown in the gure below.
Fig. 99 Tellabs 8609 Smart Router LM Slot and Interface Numbering
All empty physical line module and power module slots must be covered with blank cover
plates.
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High Speed Module Installation
Step 1 Verify power is not applied and the network element is properly grounded.
Step 2 Guide the high speed module into the enclosure by carefully placing it into the card guides of the
selected slot and push it in until the module contacts the enclosure backplane connector.
Step 3 Press the high speed module into the enclosure backplane connector until the high speed module
faceplate is level with the enclosure.
Step 4 Tighten the captive screws on the left and right of the high speed module by using a size 1 Pozidriv
or #2 Phillips key. First tighten both of the screws lightly and after that make the nal tightening.
Use an approximate torque of 0.5 Nm/.68 Lb-Ft for tightening.
Excessive tightening will damage the screw.
Step 5 Cover all the empty slots with a blank cover plate.
Fig. 100 Inserting High Speed Module in Tellabs 8611 Smart Router
Line Module Installation
Step 1 Verify power is not applied and that the network element is properly grounded.
Step 2 Guide the line module into the enclosure by carefully placing it between the left and right guides of
the selected slot and slide the card until it stops.
Step 3 Press the line module to the bottom until the line module face plate is level with the enclosure.
Step 4 Tighten the captive screws on the left and right of the line module by using a size 1 Pozidriv or #2
Phillips key. First tighten both of the screws lightly and after that make the nal tightening. Use an
approximate torque of 0.5 Nm/.68 Lb-Ft for tightening.
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Excessive tightening will damage the screw.
Step 5 Cover all the empty slots with a blank cover plate.
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4 Grounding
Grounding of Tellabs 8600 network elements shall be done according to the international and/or
local installation standards, regulations and recommendations, e.g. Tellabs equipment shall be
grounded like telecommunications equipment generally.
Complete the following procedure before connecting power cables or switching the power of the
network element on.
Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack uses the 16 mm
2
grounding cable (starting June 2012), all
other Tellabs 8600 network elements use the 6 mm
2
grounding cable.
There are two options available for the connector of the grounding cable; 1-hole terminal ring or
2-hole terminal lug. A one-meter grounding cable with a 1-hole terminal ring is delivered with the
equipment by default. The grounding cable with the 2-hole terminal must be ordered separately.
The order code for the 6 mm
2
grounding cable with 2-hole terminal is PS402838117426A and
for the 16 mm
2
grounding cable with 2-hole terminal PS402838117530A. The grounding cable
attachment screw is of size M5.
Fig. 101 2-Hole Terminal Lug and 1-Hole Terminal Ring
Ground each Tellabs 8600 network element individually with a green/yellow grounding cable. The
grounding of the network elements must be done in a star-like fashion. Do not connect the network
elements together in a chain. The leads should be as short as possible with as few connection
points as possible.
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Ground also all the accessories of the cabinet/rack (doors, side/top/bottom plates, shielded connector
panels etc.). Possible cable shields must be grounded in every cabinet/rack. Ensure proper contact.
Make sure there is no dirt or paint in the connection points.
Step 1 Connect the lug end of the ground wire to the grounding point of the network element
subrack/enclosure. Insert a star washer under the mounting screw to ensure electrical continuity.
You can use the grounding points as follows:
Tellabs 8660 smart router, subrack V3.1 and older
both sides, side adapter screws
right side, two-hole grounding point (1-hole terminal ring can be mounted to either screw at
this point as well)
Tellabs 8660 smart router, R2 subrack
left side, two-hole grounding point (1-hole terminal ring can be mounted to either screw at
this point as well)
Tellabs 8630 smart router and Tellabs 8620 smart router
both sides, side adapter screws
back, two-hole grounding point (1-hole terminal ring can be mounted to either screw at this
point as well)
Tellabs 8605 smart router, Tellabs 8607 smart router, Tellabs 8609 smart router and Tellabs 8611
smart router
left side, two-hole grounding point (1-hole terminal ring can be mounted to either screw at
this point as well)
Step 2 Mark the grounding point with a grounding sticker included in the NE installation accessories.
Step 3 Cut the cable as short as possible. Use a stripping tool to remove around 15 mm of cable sheath
at the other end.
Step 4 Connect the grounding cable to the cabinet/rack grounding bar. Route the cable via the shortest path
so that it runs close to the metalwork of the cabinet/rack, preferably vertically.
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Step 5 Connect each cabinet/rack grounding bar individually to the appropriate common ground bar. (The
connection is often done with at least 16 mm
2
copper wire with green-yellow insulation.)
Fig. 102 Tellabs 8600 Grounding
Fig. 103 Grounding Sticker
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4.1 Grounding FTP Cabling
In case the entire transmission line must be shielded, the cable shields of each line must be grounded
in every distributor. Careful cable handling during installation and proper termination of the shields
to the connectors together with connecting the cable shield to the building ground are a prerequisite
for adequate EMC properties.
Connect the cable shields to the grounding of the building, complying with the following principles:
The cable shield must be constant from NE to NE throughout the entire transmission line. The
shield must be terminated to a shielded connector at both ends of each cable. There may not be
any openings whatsoever in the cable shield.
The cable shield must make a 360 contact to the body of a shielded connector. Terminating only
the ground wire does not provide sufcient protection.
Every patch panel must be grounded.
The connector shields must have a reliable contact to a patch panel and the panel in turn to the
installation frame.
Cable shield connector body patch panel installation frame telesite grounding bar.
Use a 6 mm
2
grounding cable within the installation frame.
The best result is achieved in a telesite with 5-conductor (TN-S) power system where the grounding
can be connected to the closest group distribution board. Otherwise grounding to the group
distribution board should be avoided and the connection should be made straight to the main
distribution board.
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5 Power Installation
5.1 DC Power Installation
5.1.1 Tellabs 8660 Smart Router and Tellabs 8630 Smart Router
Connect the cabinet/rack and the network element to protective earthing before connecting
the power!
It is recommended to use a single multi-conductor cable for all power supply purposes.
When running the cables, check, if possible, that they are on a different side of the cable
conduit than the electrical data cables.
The power feed architecture is realized by distributing -48 Vdc to each line card via the Tellabs
8660 smart router and Tellabs 8630 smart router backplane. CDC provides an input interface for
the -48 Vdc and feeds the voltage to the backplane. Each line card has its own embedded dc/dc
converter on the IFC and ELC1 to create all voltages needed by the card. CDC has its own dc/dc
converter and also a converter for powering the fan modules, if needed. CDC provides polarity
protection, overcurrent protection, transient overvoltage protection and EMI ltering as well as
hold-up time. The DC48 Power Input Module (PIM) can be used in Tellabs 8660 smart router R2
as an alternative input interface for the -48 Vdc in the Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack. The
PIM provides polarity protection, overcurrent protection, transient overvoltage protection and
EMI ltering as well as hold-up time.
The overcurrent protection is realized with an integrated circuit breaker in CDC. It switches the
battery negative line to OFF in case of overcurrent. To reactivate the tripped circuit breaker, turn
the power switch on again. The power switch shield prevents accidental switch-off. When PIMs
are used in the Tellabs 8660 smart router R2, the fuses are located inside the PIM. External circuit
breakers are to be used in the feeding end of the power cable.
Although CDC and PIM provide the overcurrent protection functionality, it is advisable to furnish
the dc input cable with a circuit breaker. This circuit breaker must be in the power feeding end of
the cable to protect the cable. The circuit breaker must be dimensioned according to the local
installation standards or regulations, e.g. to be in accordance with the cross-sectional area of the
power cable conductors for CDC or PIM.
The ambient temperature of the installation environment and other installation factors (e.g. other
cables in vicinity, air circulation) must be taken into account in dimensioning of the circuit breaker.
If fuses are used, the dimensioning guidelines may vary.
The gure below illustrates the general cabling principle. In this example it is assumed that there are
two CDCs in one network element (Tellabs 8660 smart router). The same principles can be used for
Tellabs 8630 smart router and for Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 with PIMs.
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Fig. 104 General DC Cabling of Redundant Tellabs 8660 Smart Router
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Fig. 105 Redundant Power Cabling
The input power D-connector presented in Fig. 106 is located on the front panel of CDC. The
positive pole of the battery voltage is connected to CDC power connector pin 2 and the negative
voltage to pin 3.
Power D Connector
Pin Signal
3 Battery negative, -48 V
2 Battery positive, 0 V
1
Fig. 106 Battery Voltage Connector of CDC
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Fig. 107 Battery Voltage Connector of DC48 Power Input Module (PIM) for Tellabs 8660 Smart
Router R2
Tellabs 8660 Smart Router
The cross-sectional area of the wires of the standard power cable for Tellabs 8660 smart router,
with CDC as the powering interface, is 4.0 mm
2
(the 2.5 mm
2
cable can be used for CDC versions
older than 4.0 when the power consumption is less than 1000 W). The cross-sectional area of
the wires of the PIM power cable for Tellabs 8660 smart router R2, with PIM as the powering
interface, is 16 mm
2
.
The maximum current consumption of a fully equipped Tellabs 8660 smart router with CDC versions
4.0 or higher is stated to be 30 A (at minimum voltage -40.5 Vdc). The recommended circuit
breaker rating is 32 A. The maximum current consumption of a fully equipped Tellabs 8660 smart
router with CDC versions older than 4.0 is stated to be 23.5 A (at minimum voltage -40.5 Vdc). The
recommended circuit breaker rating is 25 A. In installations where the power consumption may
exceed 1000 W, the recommended circuit breaker rating is 32 A also for CDC versions older than 4.0.
The maximum current consumption of a fully equipped Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 with PIM as
the powering interface is stated to be 62.5 A (at minimum voltage -40.5 Vdc). The recommended
circuit breaker rating is 63 A.
Lower rated circuit breakers can be used if wanted, e.g. if the NE is equipped with low power
cards and modules and thus the power and current consumption is much lower than the capacity
of the NE. However, consider the future needs. One circuit breaker has to be capable to carry
the current for the NE.
In order to fulll EMC requirements with protected powering even with one power line switched
OFF, it is recommended (even though it is not a must) to use circuit breakers that switch both
the negative and positive poles of the power feeding ON and OFF simultaneously, i.e. two-pole
circuit breakers.
The power line connected to one CDC or PIM must be able to supply the whole current needed by
Tellabs 8660 smart router.
Tellabs 8630 Smart Router
The cross-sectional area of the wires of the standard power cable for Tellabs 8630 smart router is
2.5 mm
2
.
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The maximum current consumption of a fully equipped Tellabs 8630 smart router with
8630 fan modules 81.86F8630FANMD-R6 Rev. C or earlier is stated to be 14.4 A
(at minimum voltage -40.5 Vdc). The recommended circuit breaker rating is 16 A.
The maximum current consumption of a fully equipped Tellabs 8630 smart router with 8630 fan
modules 81.86F8630FANMD-R6 Rev. D is stated to be 19 A (at minimum voltage -40.5 Vdc). The
recommended circuit breaker rating is 20 A.
Lower rated circuit breakers can be used if wanted, e.g. if the NE is equipped with low power
cards and modules and thus the power and current consumption is much lower than the capacity
of the NE. However, consider the future needs. One circuit breaker has to be capable to carry
the current for the NE.
In order to fulll EMC requirements with protected powering even with one power line switched
OFF, it is recommended (even though it is not a must) to use circuit breakers that switch both
the negative and positive poles of the power feeding ON and OFF simultaneously, i.e. two-pole
circuit breakers.
The power line connected to one CDC must be able to supply the whole current needed by Tellabs
8630 smart router.
5.1.2 Tellabs 8620 Smart Router DC48
The power feed architecture is realized by utilizing one or two Tellabs 8620 smart router DC48
Power Input Modules and a xed Power Module inside Tellabs 8620 smart router DC48. The
Power Input Module provides an input interface for the -48 Vdc and feeds the voltage to the Power
Module. The Power Input Module provides polarity protection, overcurrent protection, transient
overvoltage protection and EMI ltering as well as hold-up time. The Power Module makes the
actual dc/dc power conversion.
The 3-pin power D-connector is located on the front panel of Tellabs 8620 smart router DC48. The
positive pole of the battery voltage is connected to power connector pin 2 and the negative pole to
pin 3.
The power feed can be duplicated for redundancy by using two power input modules.
Power D Connector
Pin Signal Voltage
3 Battery negative, -48 V
2 Battery positive, 0 V
1
Fig. 108 Tellabs 8620 Smart Router DC Power Connector
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Although there are fuses inside Tellabs 8620 smart router DC48, it is advisable to furnish the dc
input cable with a circuit breaker. This circuit breaker must be in the power feeding end of the cable
to protect the cable. The circuit breaker must be dimensioned according to the local installation
standards or regulations, e.g. to be in accordance with the cross-sectional area of the power cable
conductors.
The ambient temperature of the installation environment and other installation factors (e.g. other
cables in vicinity, air circulation) must be taken into account in dimensioning of the circuit breaker.
If fuses are used, the dimensioning guidelines may vary.
The cross-sectional area of the wires of the standard power cable for Tellabs 8620 smart router
DC48 is 2.5 mm
2
.
The maximum current consumption of a fully equipped Tellabs 8620 smart router DC48 is stated to
be 2.6 A (at minimum voltage -40.5 Vdc). The recommended circuit breaker rating is 6 A.
Lower rated circuit breakers can be used if wanted, e.g. if the NE is equipped with low power
cards and modules and thus the power and current consumption is much lower than the capacity
of the NE. However, consider the future needs. One circuit breaker has to be capable to carry
the current for the NE.
In order to fulll EMC requirements with protected powering even with one power line switched
OFF, it is recommended (even though it is not a must) to use circuit breakers that switch both
the negative and positive poles of the power feeding ON and OFF simultaneously, i.e. two-pole
circuit breakers.
A cable with smaller cross-sectional area (than 2.5 mm
2
) can be used for Tellabs 8620 smart router
DC48. However, the rating of the circuit breaker has to be re-evaluated in this case.
5.1.3 Tellabs 8609 Smart Router and Tellabs 8611 Smart Router DC48 and DC
Tellabs 8609 smart router and Tellabs 8611 smart router can be powered with either -48 Vdc or
+24 Vdc battery voltages.
The supported power modules are:
DC power module (support for both -48 Vdc and +24 Vdc nominal input voltages):
The NE provides a slot for a single dual input DC power module. If redundant power feeding
is required, it is achieved by connecting two independent power feeds to the A input and B
input of the power module.
DC48 power module (support for -48 Vdc nominal input voltage):
The NE provides two slots for a dual half-height DC48 power module. If fully redundant power
feeding is required, it is achieved by installing a DC48 power module in both slots, however, a
single supply can be used if redundancy is not required.
The power modules consist of an input connector, fuse and a DC/DC converter block with lter
and protection circuits (polarity, overcurrent and transient overvoltage protection, EMI ltering and
hold-up time). The input connector is located on the front side of the module. The power supply
input is protected against over-current with a fuse.
The protection fuse is located inside the DC power module and is not user serviceable. The module
must be returned to the Tellabs Repair Center for fuse replacement.
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Tellabs 8609 smart router and Tellabs 8611 smart router remain powered until both supply
cables are disconnected.
Power Connector
For -48 V Operation For +24 V Operation
1 -48 V Battery return (0 V)
2 Battery return (0 V) +24 V
Fig. 109 Tellabs 8609 Smart Router and Tellabs 8611 Smart Router DC and DC48 Power
Connector on the Front Panel
Although there are fuses inside Tellabs 8609 smart router and Tellabs 8611 smart router, it is
advisable to furnish the dc input cable(s) with a circuit breaker(s) or fuse(s). The circuit breaker or
fuse must be in the power feeding end of the cable to protect the cable. It must be installed in the
non-grounded line of the battery voltage feeding, i.e. to the negative line of the -48 Vdc system
and to the positive line of the +24 Vdc system. The circuit breaker or fuse must be dimensioned
according to the local installation standards or regulations, e.g. to be in accordance with the
cross-sectional area of the power cable conductors.
The ambient temperature of the installation environment and other installation issues (e.g. other
cables in vicinity, air circulation) must be taken into account in dimensioning of the circuit breaker.
If fuses are used, the dimensioning guidelines may vary.
Lower rated circuit breakers can be used if wanted, e.g. if the NE is equipped with low power
cards and modules and thus the power and current consumption is much lower than the capacity
of the NE. However, consider the future needs. One circuit breaker has to be capable to carry
the current for the NE.
In the installation of Tellabs 8609 smart router and Tellabs 8611 smart router, the power wires
must be twisted (e.g. 16 rounds per meter). Untwisted DC power wiring is not allowed!
The recommended power wire size for Tellabs 8609 smart router and Tellabs 8611 smart router is
1.5 mm
2
(/14 AWG). The maximum power wire size for Tellabs 8609 smart router and Tellabs
8611 smart router power connector is 2.5 mm
2
.
When using -48 Vdc battery voltage the maximum current consumption of Tellabs 8609 smart router
is 2.93 A (at minimum voltage -40.0 Vdc). The recommended circuit breaker/fuse rating is 4 A.
When using +24 Vdc battery voltage the maximum current consumption of Tellabs 8609 smart router
is 6.26 A (at minimum voltage +19.0 Vdc). The recommended circuit breaker/fuse rating is 10 A.
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When using -48 Vdc battery voltage the maximum current consumption of Tellabs 8611 smart router
is 4.5 A (at minimum voltage -40.0 Vdc). The recommended circuit breaker/fuse rating is 10 A.
When using +24 Vdc battery voltage the maximum current consumption of Tellabs 8611 smart router
is 9.0 A (at minimum voltage +20.0 Vdc). The recommended circuit breaker/fuse rating is 16 A.
5.1.4 Tellabs 8607 Smart Router
In Tellabs 8607 smart router the DC power module supports both the -48 Vdc and +24 Vdc nominal
input voltages. The power feed can be duplicated for redundancy by using two power modules.
The power module consists of an input connector, fuses and a DC/DC converter block with lter and
protection circuits (polarity protection, overcurrent protection, transient overvoltage protection, EMI
ltering and hold-up time). The input connector is located on the front side of the module. The
power supply input is protected against over-current with fuses.
The fuses are located inside the DC power module and only Tellabs Repair Center is allowed
to replace them.
Tellabs 8607 smart router remains powered until both supply cables are disconnected.
Power Connector
Pin Signal Voltage -48 V Signal Voltage +24 V
1
2 Battery positive, 0 V Battery positive, +24 V
3 Battery negative, -48 V Battery negative, 0 V
Fig. 110 Tellabs 8607 Smart Router DC Power Connector on the Front Panel
Fig. 111 Tellabs 8605 Smart Router and Tellabs 8607 Smart Router DC Power Cable
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Although there are fuses inside Tellabs 8607 smart router, it is advisable to furnish the dc input
cable(s) with a circuit breaker(s). The circuit breaker must be in the power feeding end of the cable
to protect the cable. It must be installed in the non-grounded line of the battery voltage feeding, i.e.
to the negative line of the -48 Vdc system and to the positive line of the +24 Vdc system. The circuit
breaker must be dimensioned according to the local installation standards or regulations, e.g. to be
in accordance with the cross-sectional area of the power cable conductors.
The ambient temperature of the installation environment and other installation issues (e.g. other
cables in vicinity, air circulation) must be taken into account in dimensioning of the circuit breaker.
If fuses are used, the dimensioning guidelines may vary.
Lower rated circuit breakers can be used if wanted, e.g. if the NE is equipped with low power
cards and modules and thus the power and current consumption is much lower than the capacity
of the NE. However, consider the future needs. One circuit breaker has to be capable to carry
the current for the NE.
In order to fulll EMC requirements with protected powering even with one power line switched
OFF, it is recommended (even though it is not a must) to use circuit breakers that switch both
the negative and positive poles of the power feeding ON and OFF simultaneously, i.e. two-pole
circuit breakers.
The cross-sectional area of the wires of the standard DC power cable for Tellabs 8607 smart router
is 1.0 mm
2
/18 AWG.
When using -48 Vdc battery voltage the maximum current consumption of Tellabs 8607 smart router
is stated to be 1.6 A (at minimum voltage -40.0 Vdc). The recommended circuit breaker rating is 3 A.
When using +24 Vdc battery voltage the maximum current consumption of Tellabs 8607 smart
router is stated to be 3.5 A (at minimum voltage +20.0 Vdc). The recommended circuit breaker
rating is 4 A.
5.1.5 Tellabs 8605 Smart Router DC48, DC24 and DC
There are three Tellabs 8605 smart router variants available for DC voltage operation:
Tellabs 8605 smart router DC48
Tellabs 8605 smart router DC24
Tellabs 8605 smart router DC (support for both -48 Vdc and +24 Vdc nominal input voltages)
The power module consists of two input connectors, fuses (A and B inputs, in battery negative line),
EMI lter, protection circuits (polarity protection, transient overvoltage protection and hold-up time)
and a single DC/DC converter. The input connectors and fuses are located on the front side of the
enclosure. The power supply inputs are protected against over-current with fuses.
Tellabs 8605 smart router remains powered until both supply cables are disconnected.
Power Connector
Pin Signal Voltage -48 V Signal Voltage +24 V
1
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Pin Signal Voltage -48 V Signal Voltage +24 V
2 Battery positive, 0 V Battery positive, +24 V
3 Battery negative, -48 V Battery negative, 0 V
Fig. 112 Tellabs 8605 Smart Router DC Power Connector on the Front Panel
Fig. 113 Tellabs 8605 Smart Router and Tellabs 8607 Smart Router DC Power Cable
Although there are fuses inside the DC variants of Tellabs 8605 smart router, it is advisable to furnish
the dc input cable(s) with a circuit breaker(s). The use of circuit breakers is mandatory in Tellabs
8605 smart router when using +24 Vdc powering. This circuit breaker must be in the power feeding
end of the cable to protect the cable. It must be installed in the non-grounded line of the battery
voltage feeding, i.e. to the negative line of the -48 Vdc system and to the positive line of the +24 Vdc
system. The circuit breaker must be dimensioned according to the local installation standards or
regulations, e.g. to be in accordance with the cross-sectional area of the power cable conductors.
The ambient temperature of the installation environment and other installation issues (e.g. other
cables in vicinity, air circulation) must be taken into account in dimensioning of the circuit breaker.
If fuses are used, the dimensioning guidelines may vary.
The cross-sectional area of the wires of the standard power cable for the DC variants of Tellabs 8605
smart router is 1.0 mm
2
/18 AWG.
The maximum current consumption of Tellabs 8605 smart router when using -48 Vdc battery voltage
is stated to be 1.0 A (at minimum voltage -40.0 Vdc). The recommended circuit breaker rating is 3 A.
The maximum current consumption of Tellabs 8605 smart router when using +24 Vdc battery
voltage is stated to be 2.0 A (at minimum voltage +20.0 Vdc). The recommended circuit breaker
rating is 4 A.
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5.1.6 General DC Power Cabling and Power Accessory Assembly Information
Dening Cross-Sectional Area of DC Power Cables (Long Cabling)
In a redundant system there is no active current sharing between the two input ports for the battery
voltage. However, the current will be quite equally divided between the ports by nature. The circuit
breakers and cabling of both lines A and B shall be rated so that they have the capacity to carry the
total current to the network element in case of power failure in one line.
There are many ways of arranging the cabling at the telecom center. One possible way is presented
below.
To dene the cross-sectional area of the power supply cables, proceed as follows:
Step 1 Dene the distance between the Tellabs 8600 NE and the power distribution eld (PDF) near the
battery (the long cabling).
Step 2 Dene the maximum power consumption, P
max
of this installation.
To calculate the power consumption, add up the maximum power consumption of all cards
and IFMs used in the network element. Refer to the Reference Manual of the Tellabs 8600
smart router in question for the power consumption of each component. Also consider future
power consumption needs and add themas well if needed. If you want to calculate according
to the worst case, use the maximum power consumption value for the switch in question.
Step 3 Dene the minimum possible value for the battery voltage. It is the lowest voltage, U
min
with which
the network element is specied to operate. This value is usually 40.5 V. However, the minimum
voltage might differ from the value above if there are other means of restricting the minimum
voltage in the installation, for example, a battery deep discharge protection device. If it is absolutely
sure that the site power supply voltage cannot be lower than e.g. 45 V, use the 45 V as U
min
.
Step 4 Calculate the corresponding maximum current, I
max
.
I
max
= P
max
/ U
min
Step 5 Check the length and cross-sectional area of the NE power cable (near cabling).
L = 2 x the length of the NE power cable (near cabling)
A = cross-sectional area of the NE power cable (near cabling)
Step 6 Dene the voltage drop in the NE power cable, U
NE
.
U
NE
= R x I; R = r x L / A, so U
NE
= I x r x L / A;
where
I = the current to one NE = I
max
(R = resistance of the NE power cable)
r = resistivity of copper; r = 1.678 x 10
-8
m; at 20 C and its temperature coefcient is 6.8 10
-3
/ K
Thus, with 15 C temperature rise the resistivity would be r = (1.678 x 10
-8
+ 0.1712 10
-8
) m =
1.85 x 10
-8
m = 0.0185 mm
2
/m (this value is used below in the example)
If the cable temperature is expected to differ greatly from this, recalculate the resistivity.
Step 7 Dene the maximum allowable total voltage drop U
tot
in the cables (long and near cabling). Tellabs
recommends using 2 V or less for U
tot
, but one should follow the local regulations and standards
to dene the correct value
Step 8 Dene the maximum allowable voltage drop in the long cabling, U
l
.
U
l
= U
tot
- U
NE
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Step 9 Dene the needed cross-sectional area of the long cabling, A
l
.
R = r x L / A and R = U / I, so r x L / A = U / I and thus A = r x L x I / U and in this case
A
l
= r x L
l
x I
l
/ U
l
where
L
l
= 2 x the distance between the Tellabs 8600 NE and the main power distribution eld (from Step 1)
Step 10 Find the nearest cable size which is bigger than the result of the calculation, i.e. the nal
cross-sectional area of the cable, A
f
.
If the result is very close to the nearest cable size, consider using one size larger cable.
Step 11 Compare the calculation result with the values in the table below, it is not recommended to exceed
the values for current for the specic cross-sectional area of the cable.
In order to take into account the resistance of the return path, multiply the resistance value in
the table by 2.
Nominal
Cross-
Sectional
Area/mm
2
AWG
Resistance
/ Meter in
20 C, m/m
Allowed Current
in Continuous
Use/A In +30 C
Allowed
Current in
Continuous
Use/A In +50 C
1.5 14
2.5 13 7.6 32 22.7
4 11 4.71 42 29.8
6 9 3.14 54 38.3
10 7 1.82 73 51.8
16 5 1.16 98 69.6
25 3 0.743 129 91.6
35 1 0.527 158 112
Example of Dening Cross-Sectional Area of dc Power Cables
In this example there is one Tellabs 8660 smart router with redundant power feed.
Step 1 The distance between Tellabs 8660 smart router and the main power distributor is 8 metres.
Step 2 P
max
= 1200 W
Step 3 U
min
= 40.5 V
Step 4 I
max
= P
max
/ U
min
= 29.6 A
Step 5 The length of the CDC power cable = 3.0 m and the cross-sectional area of the CDC power cable =
4 mm
2
so L = 2 x 3 m = 6 m and A = 4 mm
2
Step 6 So U
NE
= I
max
x r x L / A = 29.6 A x 0.0185 ( mm
2
/m) x 6 m / 4 mm
2
= 0.821 V
Step 7 U
tot
= 2 V
Step 8 U
l
= U
tot
- U
NE
= 2 V - 0.821 V = 1.179 V
Step 9 A
l
= r x L
l
x I
max
/ U
l
= 0.0185 ( mm
2
/m) x 2 x 8 m x 29.6 A / 1.179 V = 7.43 mm
2
Step 10 The 10 mm
2
cable is the nearest bigger cable, so it is chosen for this installation; A
f
= 10 mm
2
.
Step 11 Comparison of the result with the values in the table shows that a 10 mm
2
cable can be used with the
maximum current without problems.
Note that if the length increases, the cable diameter must also increase.
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The table below lists the maximum power consumption of the Tellabs 8660 smart router, Tellabs
8630 smart router, Tellabs 8620 smart router, Tellabs 8611 smart router, Tellabs 8609 smart router,
Tellabs 8607 smart router and Tellabs 8605 smart router.
Tellabs 8660 smart router equipped with CDC V4.0 or higher can be used with power
consumptions of up to 1200 W. Tellabs 8660 smart router equipped with CDC versions older
than V4.0 can be used with power consumptions of up to 1133 W provided that the following
conditions are fullled:
(a) there are two CDC cards installed in the subrack
(b) they are both connected to the operating 48 Vdc battery voltage feeding and
(c) if there is a failure either in the power feeding or in the CDC card, the failure shall be
corrected in three days.
Note that these restrictions do not apply to CDC V4.0 or higher. If only one CDC older than
V4.0 is used, the maximum power consumption is 940 W.
For more information on power consumption calculations in Tellabs 8660 smart router and
Tellabs 8630 smart router, refer to Tellabs

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Tellabs 8600 NE Max. Power Consumption
Tellabs 8660 smart router 8660 subrack V3.0 and V3.1 is 1200 W
8660 R2 subrack is 2500 W
Tellabs 8630 smart router 8630 subrack V1.0 and V1.1 with 8630 Fan Modules
81.86F8630FANMD-R6 Rev. C or earlier is 580 W
8630 subrack V1.0 and V1.1 with 8630 Fan Modules
81.86F8630FANMD-R6 Rev. D is 740 W
Tellabs 8620 smart router 106 W
Tellabs 8611 smart router 160 W
Tellabs 8609 smart router 100 W
Tellabs 8607 smart router 65 W
Tellabs 8605 smart router 31 W
Power Accessory Assembly Information
There are many ways of arranging the circuit breaker and near cabling assembly at the telecom
center. Two possible ways are presented below (for -48/24 Vdc, with redundant power feeding).
In this example, it is assumed that the NE power cables are standard Tellabs cables for the NE
in question.
Cabinet Installation
Step 1 Install all parts, mentioned below, into groups for the working and protecting power feeding (line
A and B).
Install two pieces of circuit breakers to the mounting rail for each network element in the
cabinet/rack. Find the recommended circuit breaker rating for each NE from the previous chapters.
Install two pieces of feed-through modular terminal blocks for each network element in the
cabinet/rack to the mounting rail.
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Install end clamps to the ends of the mounting rail installation.
Install end cover plates, if needed, to the mounting rail to the ends of the feed-through modular
terminal block installations.
The method is presented in Fig. 114
Step 2 Fasten the mounting rail to the cabinet.
Step 3 Connect the input sides (battery side) of the circuit breakers in a group to each other. Do this for
both circuit breaker groups.
Connect the feed-through modular terminal blocks in a group to each other with cross
connectors/jumpers. Do this for both terminal block groups.
Step 4 Make sure that all circuit breakers and power switches of the NEs are switched off.
Make sure that the main power feed is switched off.
Step 5 It is recommended to mark the circuit breakers and both cable ends (near cabling). Thus it is easy
to install the cables as designed and later on it is easier to see which circuit breaker and cable is
used for which NE.
Step 6 Fasten all NE power cable connectors to the corresponding NE power connectors and tighten the
screws (if any).
Step 7 Connect the NE power cable ends (near cabling) to the circuit breakers and terminal blocks.
For -48 Vdc
Connect the negative lead (-48 Vdc) to the circuit breaker.
Connect the positive lead (0 V) to the terminal block.
For +24 Vdc
Connect the positive lead (+24 Vdc) to the circuit breaker.
Connect the negative lead (0 V) to the terminal block.
Step 8 Connect the power cables (long cabling) to the circuit breakers and terminal blocks according to
the principle presented in Fig. 104.
In a redundant system line A is connected to the working power input of the NE and line B to the
protecting power input of the NE.
For -48 Vdc
Connect the negative lead (-48 Vdc) to the circuit breaker.
Connect the positive lead (0 V) to the terminal block.
For +24 Vdc
Connect the positive lead (+24 Vdc) to the circuit breaker.
Connect the negative lead (0 V) to the terminal block.
Keep the power cables apart from the data cables.
Step 9 Make sure all the connections are correctly made and all the screw joints are tightly xed.
Step 10 Switch the power on in the main power supply end.
Step 11 Switch the circuit breakers on in the cabinet/rack and switch the power switches of the NEs on (if
any).
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Fig. 114 Circuit Breaker and Terminal End Installation in Cabinet or Rack with Two NEs
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5.2 AC Power Cabling
Tellabs 8620 smart router and Tellabs 8605 smart router have the AC power supply models available.
5.2.1 Tellabs 8620 Smart Router AC
Tellabs 8620 smart router AC must be connected to a wall socket outlet with protective
earth contact.
Secure the power cable using the plastic cable support clamp on the back side of the enclosure to
avoid unintentional detaching.
The mains inlet (a EN60320 /C13 type appliance connector) of Tellabs 8620 smart router is located
on the back panel of the enclosure.
The two mains fuses are of delay T1.6 A type (5 x 20 mm).
Fig. 115 Tellabs 8620 Smart Router AC Mains Inlet
5.2.2 Tellabs 8605 Smart Router AC
Tellabs 8605 smart router AC must be connected to a wall socket outlet with protective
earth contact.
Secure the power cable connector using a hook to avoid unintentional detaching.
The mains inlet (a EN60320 /C13 type appliance connector) of Tellabs 8605 smart router is located
on the front panel of the enclosure.
Fig. 116 Tellabs 8605 Smart Router AC Mains Inlet
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6 Cabling
6.1 General
Cabling has an essential role with regard to the performance and reliability of the Tellabs 8600
system. The centric transmission properties of both twisted pair and optical cables are subject
to changes caused by mechanical stress and deformation. The electrical as well as shielding
characteristics are dependent on the uniformity and coherence of the pair twist. Cable handling
during installation has an essential effect on the performance of the complete cabling.
Make sure that each individual cabling component, cable and connector truly complies with the
specications of the required category.
Route the cables so that they do not restrict ventilation or airow, and so that the cabling does not
complicate access to the cards or regular maintenance. It is recommended to have a few meters of
cable in reserve at both ends.
With 1+1 or backup links, use an alternative cable route if possible.
6.1.1 Handling Cables
When handling cables, make sure that the cable retains its symmetry. There may not be any
deformations which could deteriorate cable geometry.
This chapter deals with some important circumstances to consider when handling cables.
Cable Pulling Tension
Do not exceed the cable manufacturers specied cable pulling tension. Excessive tension will
deform the lay of the pairs in the cable resulting in pair untwist and potential conductor damage.
This will severely affect the ability of the cable to reject unwanted noise.
Cable Bend Radius During Installation
Avoid sharp bends in the cable, as it will alter the lay of the pairs in the cable. Excessive bending
may cause pairs to untwist, causing an impedance mis-match and an unacceptable return loss
performance. Alternatively, the relationship between the lay of the four pairs within the cable may
be altered. Unnecessary bending and too tight cable curves in the installation may also weaken the
immunity and emission characteristics.
Typically, the minimum cable bend radii during installation is eight times the cable diameter.
For optical cabling follow the cable manufacturers requirements for the minimum bend radius. If
the requirement is not known, the bend radius must be at least 15 times the cable outside diameter
for intrabuilding backbone cabling, and 20 times for interbuilding backbone cabling.
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Cable Bend Radius in Complete Installation
In a complete horizontal cabling installation the minimum bend radius for a 4-pair unshielded
twisted-pair (UTP) cable should be at least four times the cable diameter and for a 4-pair foiled
twisted-pair (FTP) cable should be at least eight times the cable diameter.
For multipair backbone cabling the minimum bend radius must be at least 10 times the cable
diameter.
For optical cabling follow the cable manufacturers requirements for the minimum bend radius. If
the requirement is not known, the bend radius must be at least 10 times the cable outside diameter.
Bending the bre beyond recommended limits may damage the cable and cause an increase in
the bre attenuation.
Cable Compression
Make sure the required bundlings do not damage the cable. Compression directed at the cable may
disrupt the geometry so that the pitch of the pair twists and the distance of the wires changes,
weakening the pair symmetry. Also overtightening the cable bundles deforms the twisted pairs
within the cable and affects the performance.
Be careful not to tighten the pair and ber optic cables with cable ties so tightly that the cable sheath
is deformed. Apply cable ties loosely to allow the cable bundle to slide inside the cable tie or only
tight enough to sufciently support the cable bundle. It is more advisable to use, for example,
Velcro tape instead of cable ties.
Cables should be placed so as not to deform the cable sheath. Avoid compression towards sharp
edges.
If a bre optic cable is installed in the same tray as the copper ones, always place the copper cables
underneath.
Cable Kinking
When pulling the cables, be conscious of the occasional tendency of the cable to kink. If the cable
kinks, it should be regarded as damaged and replaced.
Bundling Cables
The length of long parallel pair cable runs should be minimized. The best way is to bundle the
cables in a random fashion as they lie to avoid any two pairs from different cables lying parallel with
each other for any signicant length. Avoid combing out the cables when forming the bundles.
A recommended maximum number of CAT5 cables for one bundle is about 50 cables or wrist
thickness.
Cable Jacket Unsheathing
The cable jacket should be removed no more than is absolutely necessary. Removing a minimum
amount of jacket ensures that the twist rate and lay of the pairs within the cable are maintained for
the transmission path as much as it is practical.
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Pair Untwisting
The twist rate of each pair in the cable should be maintained as close to the point of cable
termination as possible.
Modifying the twist rate will impair the cable performance. To ensure correct alignment with the
connecting hardware, it is better to add a twist than to remove one.
Cable Temperature
Follow the cable manufacturers specications for the installation temperature.
Let the cable adapt to the prevailing circumstances in case it was brought in from cold air.
6.1.2 Maximum Electrical Ethernet Cable Lengths
Maximum Equipment Cord Lengths in Campus and Building Distributors
The equipment cord lengths in campus and building distributors should not exceed 30 m. The length
of the cable used to connect the NE directly to the main or intermediate cross-connect should
not exceed 30 m.
Maximum Equipment Cable Length in Backbone Cabling
The length of category 5 multipair balanced 100-ohm cabling, which supports data applications up
to 100 MHz, is limited to a total distance of 100 m. The distance given is for the overall channel
length, including backbone cable and equipment cables. Do not exceed the 100 meter total length
under any circumstances.
To comply with the requirements of the cabling standards, however, the maximum combined length
of the equipment cables and patch cables should be calculated in a situation where the total channel
length is expected to be close to 100 meters. Use the following formulas to calculate these maximum
lengths in backbone (DCE to DCE) cabling:
Category Class D Class E
CAT5 F = (105 B) / X
CAT6 F = (105 B 3) / X
where
B is the length of the stationary backbone cable.
X is a multiple indicating the relation between the attenuation of exible equipment cable and patch
cable and the stationary backbone cable (attenuation of equipment and patch cord / attenuation of
stationary backbone cable = e.g. 1.5)
F is the total combined length of patch cords and equipment cords in the telecommunications rooms.
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Maximum Equipment Cord Lengths in Floor Distributors
To comply with the cabling standard requirements, the maximum combined equipment cord lengths
in horizontal cabling (NE to data terminal equipment) should be calculated in case the total channel
length is expected to be close to 100 meters and if the equipment cable attenuation is signicantly
(e.g. 50%) greater than the backbone cable attenuation.
Category Class D Class E
CAT5 F = (109 B) / X
CAT6 F = (107 B 3) / X
where
F is the maximum allowed total length of equipment cords and work area cords.
Apply the above formula only to a channel with a continuous backbone cable and patch cords at
both ends. The effect of a possible consolidation point is excluded from the formulas.
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6.2 Electrical Cabling
6.2.1 Ethernet Cables
Use a category 5 FTP or higher equipment cable with the RJ-45 connectors to connect the
10/100BASE-TX interface and a category 5e FTP or higher equipment cable with the RJ-45
connectors to connect the 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T interface to the external network.
Step 1 Insert the RJ-45 connector into the selected port.
Fig. 117 shows the 10/100BASE-TX IFM port numbering. Fig. 121 shows the
2+6x10/100/1000BASE-COMBO IFM port numbering.
Note the minimum bend radius.
Step 2 Plug the other end to an appropriate network connection complying with the principles mentioned in
the previous chapters.
When you locate the data transmission cables in the cable tray or vault, place them as far from the
power cables or other interference source as possible. Place them either on the opposite edge of
the cable tray than the power cables or in another cable tray dedicated to transmission cabling.
The power and data cables should not reside in the same bundle. The distance to a uorescent
lamp must be no less than 130 mm.
The table below presents the 10/100BASE-TX interface connector pinout, which is valid for the
CDC management port and for the xed management port of Tellabs 8620 smart router.
Pair RJ-45 Pin Signal
2 1 TX_D1+
2 2 TX_D1-
3 3 RX_D2+
1 4 BI_D3+
1 5 BI_D3-
3 6 RX_D2-
4 7 BI_D4+
4 8 BI_D4-
The table below presents the 8x10/100BASE-TX V1.x module interface connector pinout.
Pair RJ-45 Pin Signal
2 1 TX_D1+
2 2 TX_D1-
3 3 RX_D2+
1 4 -
1 5 -
3 6 RX_D2-
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Pair RJ-45 Pin Signal
4 7 -
4 8 -
The gure below shows the port numbering of electrical FE interface module 8x10/100BASE-TX
V1.x.
Fig. 117 8x10/100BASE-TX V1.X Front Panel
The table below presents the 8x10/100BASE-TX V2.x module interface connector pinout. The
module version 2.x supports MDI-X straight or crossed cable detection.
Pair RJ-45 Pin Signal
2 1 RX_D2+
2 2 RX_D2-
3 3 TX_D1+
1 4 -
1 5 -
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3 6 TX_D1-
4 7 -
4 8 -
The gure below shows the port numbering of electrical FE interface module 8x10/100BASE-TX
V2.x.
Fig. 118 8x10/100BASE-TX V2.X Front Panel
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The table below presents the interface connector pinout of 8x10/100BASE-TX LM of Tellabs 8607
smart router, Tellabs 8609 smart router and Tellabs 8611 smart router .
RJ-45 Pin Map PMA Signals, NIC Type PMA Signals, HUB Type
1 TX_D1+ RX_D1+
2 TX_D1- RX_D1
3 RX_D2+ TX_D2+
4 - -
5 - -
6 RX_D2- TX_D2
7 - -
8 - -
The gure below shows the electrical FE line module 8x10/100BASE-TX of Tellabs 8607 smart
router, Tellabs 8609 smart router and Tellabs 8611 smart router.
Fig. 119 8x10/100BASE-TX LM Front Panel
The table below presents the interface connector pinout of 4x10/100/1000BASE-TX HM of Tellabs
8611 smart router.
RJ-45 Connector Pin Map
Pin PMA Signal Name (MDI-X)
1 BI_DB+
2 BI_DB-
3 BI_DA+
4 BI_DD+
5 BI_DD-
6 BI_DA-
7 BI_DC+
8 BI_DC-
The gure below shows the electrical 4x10/100/1000BASE-TX HM of Tellabs 8611 smart router.
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Fig. 120 4x10/100/1000BASE-TX HM Front Panel
The table below shows the RJ-45 connector pinouts of the 2+6x10/100/1000BASE-COMBO IFM
and 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T interface of Tellabs 8605 smart router, Tellabs 8607
smart router, Tellabs 8609 smart router and Tellabs 8611 smart router. In case of 1000BASE-T, all
twisted pairs BI_D1...BI_D4 are used, 10/100BASE-T uses pairs BI_D1 and BI_D2 only.
Pair Pin Signal
2 1 BI_D1+
2 2 BI_D1-
3 3 BI_D2+
1 4 BI_D3+
1 5 BI_D3-
3 6 BI_D2-
4 7 BI_D4+
4 8 BI_D4-
The gure below shows the port numbering of 2+6x10/100/1000BASE-COMBO.
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Fig. 121 2+6x10/100/1000BASE-COMBO Front Panel
6.2.2 E1/T1 Cables
In E1 applications a 120 shielded twisted pair cable should be used for optimal performance.
The maximum allowable line attenuation for the cables is 30 dB @ 1.024 MHz, which denes
the maximum cable length.
In T1 applications a 100 shielded twisted pair cable should be used for optimal performance.
The maximum allowable line attenuation for the cables is 30 dB @ 772 kHz, which denes the
maximum cable length.
It is an absolute requirement with the 24xchE1/chT1 Multiservice and 24xchE1/chT1 Mobile
Optimization IFM to use shielded twisted pair cables to minimize the effect of external
disturbances to system performance. Preferably, each twisted pair should be individually
shielded. Make sure the shield is continuous throughout the entire transmission line including
the connectors. The cable screen must make a 360 contact to the connector shield. Every
cable shield and patch panel must be grounded in each rack.
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For safety reasons, the E1 connectors cannot be connected to the Ethernet interface. Be
careful not to misconnect the cables.
CAUTION: To reduce the risk of re, use only the 26 AWG or larger telecommunication line
cord in the 8xchE1/chT1 line modules of Tellabs 8607 smart router, Tellabs 8609 smart router
and Tellabs 8611 smart router.
When you locate the data transmission cables in the cable tray or vault, place them as far from the
power cables or other interference source as possible. Place them either on the opposite edge of
the cable tray than the power cables or in another cable tray dedicated to transmission cabling.
The power and data cables should not reside in the same bundle. The distance to a uorescent
lamp must be no less than 130 mm.
The table below presents the chE1/chT1 LM interface of the Tellabs 8607 smart router, Tellabs
8609 smart router and Tellabs 8611 smart router and the chE1/chT1 interface of the Tellabs 8605
smart router connector pinout.
Pair RJ-45 Pin Signal
1 1 Receive Ring
1 2 Receive Tip
-
3 No connection
2 4 Transmit Ring
2 5 Transmit Tip
- 6 No connection
- 7 Ground for cable shield
- 8 Ground for cable shield
The table below presents the 24xchE1/chT1 Multiservice and 24xchE1/chT1 Mobile Optimization
interface connector pinout. The pinout is for the rst connector of the IFM. Other connectors will
have ports 611, 1217 and 1823 mapped accordingly to Sox connector pins A1D6.
Sox Pin Signal
A1 Receive Tip Port 0
B1 Receive Ring Port 0
A2 Receive Tip Port 1
B2 Receive Ring Port 1
A3 Receive Tip Port 2
B3 Receive Ring Port 2
A4 Receive Tip Port 3
B4 Receive Ring Port 3
A5 Receive Tip Port 4
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Sox Pin Signal
B5 Receive Ring Port 4
A6 Receive Tip Port 5
B6 Receive Ring Port 5
C1 Transmit Tip Port 0
D1 Transmit Ring Port 0
C2 Transmit Tip Port 1
D2 Transmit Ring Port 1
C3 Transmit Tip Port 2
D3 Transmit Ring Port 2
C4 Transmit Tip Port 3
D4 Transmit Ring Port 3
C5 Transmit Tip Port 4
D5 Transmit Ring Port 4
C6 Transmit Tip Port 5
D6 Transmit Ring Port 5
The gures below show the Sox connector pins when 24xchE1/chT1 Multiservice and
24xchE1/chT1 Mobile Optimization IFM is located in different Tellabs 8600 products.
Fig. 122 Sox Connector Pins when Used in Tellabs 8660 Smart Router
Fig. 123 Sox Connector Pins when Used in Tellabs 8630 Smart Router
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Fig. 124 Sox Connector Pins when Used in Tellabs 8620 Smart Router
The gure below shows the port numbering of 24xchE1/chT1 Multiservice.
Fig. 125 24xchE1/chT1 Multiservice Front Panel
The gure below shows the port numbering of 24xchE1/chT1 Mobile Optimization.
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Fig. 126 24xchE1/chT1 Mobile Optimization Front Panel
The gure below shows the port numbering of 8xchE1/chT1 line module of Tellabs 8607 smart
router, Tellabs 8609 smart router and Tellabs 8611 smart router.
Fig. 127 8xchE1/chT1 Line Module Front Panel
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6.2.3 DS3 Cables
In Tellabs 8605-D for optimal performance, a 75 shielded coaxial cable should be used with DS3
connectors meeting performance requirements listed in [MIL-C-39012]. The recommended cable
transmission characteristics are shown in ANSI [T1.404-2002 Annex C], Figure C.1. Typical
implementations use up to 450 feet (137 m) of coaxial cable.
6.2.4 xDSL Cables
ADSL
Use a 100 twisted pair cable with the RJ-14 connectors to connect the 2xADSL interface to
the external network.
The table below shows the 2xADSL line module user interface pinout:
RJ-14 Line Connector
Pin Signal
1 No connection
2 Ring (DSL2)
3 Ring (DSL1)
4 Tip (DSL1)
5 Tip (DSL2)
6 No connection
SHDSL
Use a 135 shielded twisted pair cable with the RJ-45 connector to connect the 4xSHDSL interface
to the external network. The wiring is according to TIA568A.
The table below shows the 4xSHDSL line module user interface pinout:
Port RJ-45 pin Signal
0 4 Tip
0 5 Ring
1 3 Tip
1 6 Ring
2 1 Tip
2 2 Ring
3 7 Tip
3 8 Ring
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6.2.5 Terminating Cables
Termination Layout
When the same type of a wire termination layout is used at both ends of the channel, a systematic
termination of pairs will ensure a pin-to-pin correspondence. It is possible that the site cabling is
implemented using a different layout for the termination of the wires. Typically the layouts differ
from each other with the color coding and pair allocation of the transmit and receive signals. The
table below illustrates this difference between the T568A and T568B layouts.
Pair T568A Pinout T568B Pinout Color Coding
1a 5 5 White/Blue
1b 4 4 Blue
2a 3 1 White/Orange
2b 6 2 Orange
3a 1 3 White/Green
3b 2 6 Green
4a 7 7 White/Brown
4b 8 8 Brown
It is advisable to utilize such connecting hardware that has both the (T568A and B) termination
layouts coded to ease the termination of pair cabling. Follow the connecting hardware
manufacturers instructions for cable termination.
Maintain the structural thread of the twisted pair cable as close to the termination point as possible.
13 mm is the maximum allowed opening of the structural pair twist. Remove the cable jacket
as little as possible.
Using Shielded Cables
The Tellabs 8600 network elements comply with the European electromagnetic compatibility
requirements [EN 300 386]
3
.
Make sure the shield is continuous throughout the entire transmission line, including connectors.
There may not be any opening in the shield at any point of the transmission line. The cable and/or
connector shields must have a reliable electrical contact with the connecting hardware. The cable
screen must make a 360 contact with the connector shield. Every cable shield and patch panel must
be grounded in each rack.
3
EN 300 386 (2008), Electromagnetic compatibility and radio spectrum matters (ERM); Telecommunication network equipment; Electromagnetic
compatibility (EMC) requirements. Tellabs 8620 smart router fulls EN 300386:2005 requirements.
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6.2.6 Balun Panels
When making the 120 to 75 conversion, it is important to use cables and components that are
shielded from connector to connector. The cables must be shielded at every point and the cable
shield must make a 360 contact to the connector shells at both ends.
There are different kinds of balun panels for E1/T1 interfaces available from Tellabs. The panels are
listed below with their order codes:
For all Tellabs 8600 products in class A environment
PS404-0001, Balun panel 1RU 24xE1 RJ45-BNC 120-75ohm
PS404-0002, Balun panel 1RU 16xE1 RJ45-BNC 120-75ohm
PS402838117487A, Mini balun cable
The BNC connectors are mini baluns that make the 120 ohm to 75 ohm conversion.
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For Tellabs 8605 smart router in class B environment
PS404-0007, Balun panel 1RU 42xE1 BNC 120-75ohm
The PS404-0007 package includes the following types of panels:
BNC panel 2 x 21 for 19 inch rack, mounting hole distance is 465 mm.
BNC panel 2 x 21 for ETSI rack, mounting hole distance is 515 mm.
PS402838117487A, Mini balun cable
The BNC connectors are mini baluns that make the 120 ohm to 75 ohm conversion.
If the E1/T1 cables connected to the balun panel are exposed to overvoltages or earth potential
differences, the balun panel must be installed in a location that is accessible only to service personnel
or specially trained users (restricted access location as dened in [IEC60950-1]). It must be ensured
that unauthorized persons cannot access the installation.
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6.3 Optical Cabling
Keep the exposed optical bre ends directed away from skin and eyes.
Be careful when you handle the optical cables. Do not exceed the minimum bend radius, nor the
maximum tensile load presented by the cable manufacturer. Too tight cable curves in the installation
increase attenuation and may damage the cable.
Try to minimize the amount of mechanical connections in order to keep the attenuation in the line as
low as possible. The performance of the transmission line always weakens at the point of coupling.
Therefore, it is essential to perform the coupling carefully.
Avoid too short distances between splices and joints in single mode cabling. The recommended
minimum distance is two meters.
The optical ber equipment cords must consist of 2-ber cables, of the same ber type as the optical
ber channel, terminated with connectors at both ends.
Step 1 Remove the protecting caps from the connector and IFM interface.
The optical connectors should be equipped with protecting caps which should not be removed until
necessary. Whether the caps were on or not, always clean the connectors with a proper cleaning set
before connecting them to the adapter or equipment.
Step 2 Remove any dust particles inside the transceivers cable connector with compressed air before
installing the cable.
Step 3 Clean the connector faceplate of the optical cable.
Step 4 Insert the Rx and Tx connectors to the selected port in the IFM. Always make sure that you insert
the connector completely into the socket. The gures below show the port numbering for various
interfaces.
Step 5 Terminate the other end to an appropriate network connection.
Always clean the connecting hardware adapter with an appropriate cleaning rod.
When connecting the optical cables, make sure that you press rmly the connector plug into the
socket. The edge of the plug must snap into the edge of the socket. You may or may not hear an
audible click. Gently pull the plug to conrm whether or not the plug is locked into the socket.
To disconnect the plug from the socket, press down the raised portion on the side of the plug
(releasing the latch). You should hear an audible click indicating that the latch was released.
Carefully pull the plug out of the socket. When you disconnect the ber-optic cable from the IFM,
grip the body of the connector. Do not grip the cable nor the connector jacket-sleeve. Cover the
optical connector with a protective cap immediately after disconnecting.
The port numbering of the ber optic interface modules listed here can be seen in the gures further
below.
8x100BASE-X IFM
2x1000BASE-X IFM
8x1000BASE-X IFM
2+6x10/100/1000BASE-COMBO IFM
8x100/1000BASE-X R2 IFM
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1x10GBASE-R R2 IFM
1xchSTM-1/chOC-3 Multiservice IFM
4xSTM-1/OC-3 ATM IFM
4xchSTM-1/chOC-3 Multiservice IFM
8xSTM-1/OC-3 POS IFM
4xSTM-4/OC-12 POS IFM
1xSTM-16/OC-48 POS IFM
4x100/1000BASE-X HM
For more information on SFP transceivers approved by Tellabs and the Receive (Rx) and Transmit
(Tx) directions in them, see chapter 1.11 Pluggable Transceivers.
Fig. 128 8x100BASE-X IFM Front Panel
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Fig. 129 2x1000BASE-X IFM Front Panel
Fig. 130 8x1000BASE-X IFM Front Panel
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Fig. 131 2+6x10/100/1000BASE-COMBO IFM Front Panel
Fig. 132 8x100/1000BASE-X R2 IFM Front Panel
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Fig. 133 1x10GBASE-R R2 IFM Front Panel
Fig. 134 1xchSTM-1/chOC-3 Multiservice IFM Front Panel
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Fig. 135 4xSTM-1/OC-3 ATM IFM Front Panel
Fig. 136 4xchSTM-1/chOC-3 Multiservice IFM Front Panel
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Fig. 137 8xSTM-1/OC-3 POS IFM Front Panel
Fig. 138 4xSTM-4/OC-12 POS IFM Front Panel
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Fig. 139 1xSTM-16/OC-48 POS IFM Front Panel
Fig. 140 4x100/1000BASE-X HM Front Panel
6.3.1 Mode Conditioning Patch Cord
Due to the dual media (single-mode and multimode) support of the LX transmitter, an offset-launch
mode-conditioning patch cord is required at both ends of the link when using 1000BASE-LX
in a link implemented with multimode ber.
The multimode ber, used in the construction of the mode conditioner, should be of the same type as
the cabling over which the 1000BASE-LX link is to be operated. If the cabling is 62.5 m MMF,
the ber used in the construction of the mode conditioner should be of type 62.5 m MMF. If
the cabling is 50 m MMF, the ber used in the construction of the mode conditioner should be
of type 50 m MMF.
Note the labeling To Equipment and To Cable.
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6.3.2 Attenuators
Measure the optical output power from the link (the received power level) to ensure that the power
level is within the input power range of the optical interface. In case the maximum receive power
level is exceeded, an attenuator or an attenuating patch cable is needed in the transmission line.
6.4 Alarm Cabling
6.4.1 CDC
The CDC DB-25 male ALARMS connector provides an external Alarm Interface for NE alarms
and user congurable alarms.
For each type of alarm, connect the common leads and either the normally open or normally closed
leads to the alarm annunciator or other external alarm system.
Connect the alarm interface using a shielded cable.
The D25 Male Alarm Connector pin order is presented in the table below:
Pin Signal Name Pin Signal Name
1
14
Critical (NC)
Critical (Com)
11 Input4
2
15
Major (NC)
Major (Com)
12 Input5
3
16
Power OFF (NC)
Power OFF (Com)
13 Input6
4
17
Minor/Warning (NC)
Minor/Warning (Com)
21 Input7
5
6
18
General Out1 (NC)
General Out1 (NO)
General Out1 (Com)
22 Ground
7
19
20
General Out2 (Com)
General Out2 (NC)
General Out2 (NO)
23 Ground
8 Input1 24 Ground
9 Input2 25 Input8
10 Input3
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Fig. 141 D25 Male Alarm Connector
6.4.2 SCM
The connector type of the external alarm interface is RJ-45.
The table below shows the alarm interface pinout.
Pin Description
1 Input 1
2 Input 2
3 Input 3
4 Input 4
5 Ground
6 Normally Open contact (NO)
7 Common (COM)
8 Normally Closed contact (NC)
6.4.3 Tellabs 8609 Smart Router, Tellabs 8607 Smart Router and Tellabs 8605
Smart Router
The connector type of the external alarm interface is RJ-45.
The table below shows the alarm interface pinout.
Pin Description
1 Input 1
2 Input 2
3 Input 3
4 Input 4
5 Ground
6 Normally Open contact (NO)
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Pin Description
7 Common (COM)
8 Normally Closed contact (NC)
6.5 Synchronization Cabling
6.5.1 Tellabs 8660 Smart Router, Tellabs 8630 Smart Router and Tellabs 8620
Smart Router
The Station Clock Interface (SCI) connects an external reference clock to the NE. The optional
Timing Module is a Synchronous Equipment Clock (SEC)/Stratum 3 generator with a station clock
interface. The station clock interface supports a G.703 2048 kHz synchronization interface or an
interface with Synchronization Status Messages. It is equipped on CDC or Tellabs 8620 smart router.
There are two Timing Module types:
ETSI SEC Timing Module supporting only the G.703 2048 kHz clock signal synchronization
interface
S3 Timing Module supporting the G.703 2048 kHz clock signal, framed E1 2048 kbps and framed
T1 1544 kbps Synchronization Status Message interface
Both interface types, unbalanced and balanced, are provided on Timing Module. For Tellabs 8620
smart router the Timing Module is available as an option.
The connector type in the 75 synchronization cabling is SMB (50 unbalanced) female and in
100 /120 cabling D9 (balanced) male. The other end is connected to a common clock source
giving synchronization to the entire transmission system. The clock source can be a PRC-, SSU- or
SEC-level clock and respectively in ANSI networks of Stratum 3 level or better.
In Tellabs 8660 smart router and Tellabs 8630 smart router two station clock ports are available
when 1+1 (two CDCs) equipment protection is used. Two separate cables are needed.
Connect the station clock interface to the common clock source using a shielded cable.
Fig. 142 Station Clock Interfaces
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The 100 /120 Station Clock Interface signals are described in the table below:
Pin Description
1 Input B-wire
2 Input A-wire
3 Cable shield, GND
4 Output B-wire
5 Output A-wire
6 Cable shield, GND
7 Cable shield, GND
8 Cable shield, GND
9 Cable shield, GND
Refer to Tellabs

8620 Smart Router Reference Manual, Tellabs

8630 Smart Router Reference


Manual and Tellabs

8660 Smart Router Reference Manual for technical specications.


6.5.2 Tellabs 8611 Smart Router
Tellabs 8611 smart router provides SCI and one SCO, which are contained in the same RJ-45
connector on the SCM. The SCI is intended to connect an external reference clock to the NE. If
there are two SCMs installed, the NE will choose only one input to Sync from at a time. Any
network interface can also be selected as a timing reference source.
Connector
The station clock interface connector type is a balanced 120/100 E1/T1 interface on an RJ-48c
connector.
Cabling
For optimal performance, 0.326 mm
2
(22 AWG) solid twisted pair individually shielded cabling
should be used.
6.5.3 Tellabs 8609 Smart Router
Station clock input (SCI) or any network interface can be used as a timing reference source. This
includes the Ethernet interfaces and PDH interfaces.
Connector
The station clock interface connector type is a balanced 120/100 E1/T1 interface on an RJ-48c
connector.
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Cabling
For optimal performance, 0.326 mm
2
(22 AWG) solid twisted pair individually shielded cabling
should be used
6.5.4 Tellabs 8607 Smart Router
Station clock input (SCI) or any network interface can be used as a timing reference source. This
includes the Ethernet interfaces, PDH and xDSL interfaces.
Connector
The station clock interface connector type is SMB (50 unbalanced) female.
Cabling
For optimal performance, a 75 shielded coaxial cable should be used when using the SCI for the
synchronization input. The maximum allowable line attenuation for the cables is 6 dB @ 2.048 MHz.
6.5.5 Tellabs 8605 Smart Router
The following physical references are supported in Tellabs 8605 smart router:
Station Clock Input (SCI) supporting:
2048 kHz synchronization interface (T12) according to [G.703] chapter 13
1.544, 5, 10, 15, 20 MHz signals
E1/T1 interface
1000BASE-X interface
DS3 interface (Tellabs 8605-D)
Tellabs 8605-B and Tellabs 8605-D additionally support an PTP slave function which can
synchronize with up to four PTP masters concurrently and provides a PTP Virtual Clock Input to
the [G.781] clock selection process.
Connector
The station clock interface connector type is SMB (50 unbalanced) female.
Cabling
For optimal performance, a 75 shielded coaxial cable (with SMB or Mini-SMB F plug) should
be used when using the SCI for synchronization input. The maximum allowable line attenuation
for the cables is 6 dB @ 2.048 MHz.
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6.6 Communication Link Cabling
Communication from the management servers to the Tellabs 8600 network elements can be
established through any of the 10/100BASE-T Ethernet interfaces. Also other Ethernet IFMs can be
used. It is, however, advantageous to use the management Ethernet port (MFE) for communication
purposes. One Communication Server can be connected to one or more network elements. These
connections are called communication links.
The MFE port of Tellabs 8660 smart router and Tellabs 8630 smart router must be connected to
an Ethernet switch. A hub is not supported.
Use a cross LAN cable when you connect the MFE port of Tellabs 8630 smart router / Tellabs 8660
smart router CDC or Tellabs 8620 smart router straight to the Communication Server. In case you
prefer to have an Ethernet switch in between, use straight LAN cabling.
Connect the Route Master server to the selected 8x10/100BASE-TX IFM port using a cross LAN
cable or straight LAN cable if there is an Ethernet switch in between.
The requirement for MFE patch cable is category 5 FTP or higher. The maximum total length of the
communication link cabling is up to 100 meters, including equipment cords.
The automatic MDI/MDI-X crossover is not supported with the MFE port of Tellabs 8630 smart
router / Tellabs 8660 smart router CDC or Tellabs 8620 smart router.
6.6.1 Tellabs 8660 Smart Router and Tellabs 8630 Smart Router
Asynchronous Serial Port
CDC has one external asynchronous serial port with RS-232, [TIA/EIA-232-E] an interface for CLI
local management purposes. This interface is provided via the front panel D9 female connector.
The baud rate for this interface is 38400 bps. You can use this serial port to perform the initial
conguration for the NE.
For the asynchronous serial management interface there is no protection scheme.
Asynchronous Communication Port Signals
Pin Name I/O
1 Carrier Detect (CD) O
2 Transmit Data (TxD) O
3 Receive Data (RxD) I
4 Data Set Ready (DSR) I
5 Ground
-
6 Data Terminal Ready (DTR) O
7 Clear To Send (CTS) I
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Pin Name I/O
8 Request To Send (RTS) O
9 N.C. -
The required service computer cable (D9 femaleD9 male) pin assignments are the following:
Service Computer Cable Pin Assignments (8660 and 8630)
Connector Type:
D9M Pin Assignment
(8600 NE Side)
Signal
Name
Signal
Name
Connector Type:
D9F Pin Assignment
(Service Computer Side)
1 CD CD 1
2 TxD RxD 2
3 RxD TxD 3
4 DSR DTR 4
5 GND GND 5
6 DTR DSR 6
7 CTS RTS 7
8 RTS CTS 8
9 9
Fast Ethernet Port
One external Ethernet port with the 10/100BASE-TX interface with a RJ-45 connector is provided
on the CDC front panel. This MFE port supports auto-negotiation for speed selection and for
half/full duplex control. There are two status LEDs (both green ones) indicating the link status and
transmission activity.
In a protected system you can connect the Ethernet ports of both CDCs, for example, via an
external switch.
Protection of Management Ethernet
In this section the Management Fast Ethernet interface means the Ethernet interface on the CDC
in Tellabs 8660 smart router or in Tellabs 8630 smart router.
Protection of the MFE is optional. The MFEs of both CDCs are connected to an external switch.
Both interfaces share the same IP address, but only the active CDC communicates through the
interface.
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Fig. 143 Protected Management Ethernet
6.6.2 Tellabs 8620 Smart Router
Asynchronous Communication Link
Tellabs 8620 smart router has one asynchronous port with RS-232, a [TIA/EIA-232-E] interface
providing a CLI local management connection. This D9 female connector is located on the front
panel.
The baud rate for this interface is 38400 bps. The interface type is V.24 / V.28.
You can use this serial port to perform the initial conguration for the NE.
Ethernet Interface
The xed Ethernet port or any of the IFM 10/100BASE-TX ports of Tellabs 8620 smart router
can be used as a communication link.
Use the xed Ethernet port for communication purposes only if the trafc is terminated in the NE. If
the trafc is not terminated in Tellabs 8620 smart router, use one of the 10/100 Ethernet ports in
the IFM for the communication link.
For the communication link there is no protection scheme.
6.6.3 Tellabs 8611 Smart Router
Asynchronous Serial Port
The asynchronous serial interface (console) for CLI local management is according to
[EIA/TIA-232-E]. The baud rate for this interface is 38400 bps. The connector type is RJ-45.
RJ-45 Console Connector Pin Map (8611)
Pin Signal Name
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Pin Signal Name
2

3 TxD
4 Ground
5 Ground
6 RxD
7
8

6.6.4 Tellabs 8609 Smart Router, Tellabs 8607 Smart Router and Tellabs 8605
Smart Router
Asynchronous Serial Port
The asynchronous serial interface (console) for CLI local management is according to
[EIA/TIA-232-E]. The baud rate for this interface is 38400 bps. The connector type is RJ-45.
The order code for a console cable (RJ45 - D9, 2 m) is PS402838117422A.
The table below shows the CLI interface pinout.
Service Computer Cable Pin Assignments (8605, 8607 and 8609)
Connector Type:
RJ-45 Pin Assignment
(8600 NE Side)
Signal
Name
Signal
Name
Connector Type:
D9F Pin Assignment
(Service Computer Side)
1
2
3 TxD RxD 2
4 GND GND 5
5
6 RxD TxD 3
7
8
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7 Maintenance
This chapter describes the maintenance procedures of the Tellabs 8600 hardware.
Always use an antistatic wrist strap when handling electrostatic discharge sensitive devices.
Before removing a card: If the NE is running FP3.0 or higher ESW, use the "esw-shutdown slot
<slot#>" CLI command and wait until the red (Local Alarm) and yellow (Remote Alarm) LEDs
are blinking in the target card (for details see chapter 7.1 ESW Shutdown before Removing
Card(s) or Switching NE Power off)!
Before switching the power off: If the NE is running FP3.0 or higher ESW, use the
"esw-shutdown whole-ne" CLI command and wait until the red (Local Alarm) and yellow
(Remote Alarm) LEDs are blinking in all cards (for details see chapter 7.1 ESW Shutdown
before Removing Card(s) or Switching NE Power off)!
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7.1 ESW Shutdown before Removing Card(s) or Switching NE Power
off
In Tellabs 8630 smart router and Tellabs 8660 smart router, use the "esw-shutdown" CLI
command only if the NE is running FP3.0 or higher ESW!
After the shutdown command, power off is needed for the target card(s) to resume normal
operation.
Management connection to the NE is lost if the inband management connection goes through
the target card, and always in case of shutdown of the whole NE!
The "esw-shutdown" CLI command is used before removing card(s) or switching the NE power
off. The shutdown is used to:
Conrm all congurations are ushed to the non-volatile and backup memory.
Avoid disturbance of other cards in case one card is removed.
The CLI command:
router# esw-shutdown { whole-ne | slot <slot#> }
Wait until the red (Local Alarm) and yellow (Remote Alarm) LEDs are blinking in all target cards
before switching the power off or removing the card.
7.2 Replacing CDC, SCM or Line Cards
If you are going to remove the CDC from Tellabs 8660 smart router/Tellabs 8630 smart router,
rst turn off the power switch, then detach the power cable and only after these actions,
remove the CDC. Never keep the power cable connected to the CDC while it is out of its slot.
Otherwise the CDC may cause bodily injury or damage to the part that it is touching.
Before removing a card: If the NE is running FP3.0 or higher ESW, use the "esw-shutdown slot
<slot#>" CLI command and wait until the red (Local Alarm) and yellow (Remote Alarm) LEDs
are blinking in the target card (for details see chapter 7.1 ESW Shutdown before Removing
Card(s) or Switching NE Power off)!
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When a CDC card (CDC1-A or CDC1-B) is replaced by another card, the HW Major.Minor (e.g.
2.0.x) version of a new CDC card base board (CBB2026 or CBB2224) should be at least equal
to the HW version of the previous card. After replacement, the HW version of the new CDC
card base board is saved as an expected HW version. If the replacement CDC card base board
is of an older HW version than the previous card, start permission of the replacement card is
denied. In most cases it is possible to accept an older HW version in inventory by using a
hw-inventory slot X force-accept hw-version CLI command. For more information refer to
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In CDC 1+1 equipment protection both CDCs must be of the same variant type (CDC1-A or
CDC1-B).
In CDC 1+1 equipment protection CDCs may have different types of Timing Modules, i.e. ETSI
SEC Timing Module (cmt2017-etsi-timing) and S3 Timing Module (cmt2228-timing). However,
in this case the expected type of Timing Module must be congured to cmt2017-etsi-timing
and only the features of the cmt2017-etsi-timing can be used. Use the CLI command
hw-inventory slot 14 add module 1000 type cmt2017-etsi-timing. Also reload-sw might be
needed for one or both CDCs, before the CLI command takes effect.
Remove and replace the card from the subrack as instructed in chapter 3.1.4 Line Card and CDC
Assembly with New Captive Screws and New Ejector Levers or 3.1.5 IFC1 Line Card and CDC1
Assembly with Old Captive Screws and Old Ejector Levers depending on the hardware version
in use.
When a card is replaced by another card of the same type with the same type of modules, the new
card (replacement card) will get the conguration of the old card and will start operating as part of
the network element without any need to manually congure it.
7.2.1 Replacing Line Card with No Protection Groups
If the Tellabs 8660 smart router or Tellabs 8630 smart router line card that needs to be replaced
has no protection groups (MSP1+1, APS1+1 or ELP) congured in it, no Tellabs 8000 intelligent
network manager steps are needed.
7.2.2 Replacing Line Card with Protection Groups
If a line card with protection groups (MSP1+1, APS1+1 or ELP) congured needs to be replaced,
the following Tellabs 8000 intelligent network manager steps are required for each of the protection
groups in the card to make sure that no trafc is lost. Notice that the replacement line card needs to
have the same HW type and be equipped with the same line modules than the faulty line card.
Step 1 Click the network element with the Node Manager tool in the network window of Network Editor.
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Step 2 In the Node Manager node window open the Protection Group menu option for the card that needs
to be replaced. The Protection Group dialog will open.
Fig. 144 Protection Group Menu Option in Node Manager Node Window
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Step 3 If you are replacing the card where the Working Interface of the protection group is, assuming that
the Working Interface is the active interface, activate the Protecting Interface, by ticking the Manual
to Protecting or Forced to Protecting radio button and click Update. When there are no errors in
the protecting interface, use Manual to Protecting. If case of errors in the protecting interface or
the Manual to Protecting does not work, use Forced to Protecting; take into account that, when
using the forced option, trafc might be lost.
Fig. 145 Protection Group Dialog
In this example the line card in slot 13 (U13) can now be removed.
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If you are replacing the card containing the Protecting Interface of the protection group, there
is no need to switch the trafc but you still might want to check the status of the interface in
Tellabs 8000 intelligent network manager before removing the line card from the subrack.
Step 4 Remove and replace the line card as instructed in chapter 3.1.4 Line Card and CDC Assembly with
New Captive Screws and New Ejector Levers or 3.1.5 IFC1 Line Card and CDC1 Assembly with
Old Captive Screws and Old Ejector Levers depending on the hardware version in use.
Step 5 When the replacement line card has been physically installed back in the Tellabs 8600 network
element, wait for an appropriate time. In the Node Manager node window, select the Equipment
Information menu option. Check that the replacement card is in UP AND RUNNING state.
You can keep the Equipment Information dialog open through the procedure to monitor the
status of the network element. Use the Refresh button to get the updated information.
Fig. 146 Equipment Information Menu Option in Node Manager Node Window
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Fig. 147 Equipment Information Dialog Shows Replacement Card in UP AND RUNNING State
Step 6 After the replaced line card is in UP AND RUNNING state, in the Protection Group dialog check
that the Working Interface state is OK and change the working interface back to the active state by
clicking the Manual to Working button. Click Update.
The same procedure applies when replacing a Tellabs 8600 system ELP or APS1+1 protected
line card.
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7.2.3 Replacing CDC or SCM
When replacing a CDC or SCM card, the following Tellabs 8000 intelligent network manager
steps are needed.
Step 1 Click the network element with the Node Manager tool in the network window of Network Editor.
Step 2 In the Node Manager node window open the Control Card Protection menu option. The
Control Card 1+1 Protection dialog will open.
Fig. 148 CDC Protection Switch in Control Card 1+1 Protection
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Step 3 If you are replacing the Working Control Card, assuming that it is acting as the active card, change
the control card and management interface from the working to the protecting.
In the Control Card tab, change the Switch State from the Working to the Protecting Con-
trol Card by clicking the Switch to Protecting button. Make sure that the correct CDC card
is active.
Fig. 149 CDC Switch in Control Card Tab
In the Management Interface tab, change the Switch State from the Working to the Pro-
tecting Management IF by clicking the Switch to Protecting button.
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This step is required only if you are using the management interface in the control card.
Fig. 150 CDC Management Interface Tab
If you are replacing the Protecting Control Card, assuming that it is not acting as the active
card, there is no need to change the CDC or SCM activity status but you still might want
to check the status of the CDC or SCM in Tellabs 8000 intelligent network manager before
removing it from the subrack.
Step 4 Remove and replace the CDC card as instructed in chapter 3.1.4 Line Card and CDC Assembly with
New Captive Screws and New Ejector Levers or 3.1.5 IFC1 Line Card and CDC1 Assembly with
Old Captive Screws and Old Ejector Levers depending on the hardware version in use.
Only the control card that is not active should be removed from the network element.
Step 5 When the replacement card has been physically installed in the Tellabs 8600 network element, wait
for an appropriate time and open the Equipment Information dialog. Check that the replacement
CDC or SCM card is in UP AND RUNNING state.
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You can keep the Equipment Information dialog open through the procedure to monitor the
status of the network element. Use the Refresh button to get the updated information.
Fig. 151 Check that Replacement CDC Card Is in UP AND RUNNING State
Step 6 After the replaced CDC or SCM is in UP AND RUNNING state, in the Control Card 1+1
Protection dialog check that the working and protecting CDC cards state is OK. Click Refresh.
Step 7 In the Control Card 1+1 Protection dialog change the control card and management interface
back from the protecting to the working side to recover the management interface and CDC/SCM
activity after switchover.
In the Management Interface tab, click the Switch to Working button.
In the Control Card tab, change the Switch State from the Protecting to the Working Con-
trol Card by clicking the Switch to Working button.
7.3 Replacing Interface Modules
Make sure you are using an ESD wrist strap.
An empty IFM slot must always be covered with a covering plate.
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TELLABS WARRANTY SHALL BE VOID, AND TELLABS SHALL HAVE NO WARRANTY OR
OTHER LIABILITY FOR DAMAGES OF ANY KIND, FOR TELLABS HARDWARE OR SOFTWARE
THAT HAS NOT BEEN HANDLED, INSTALLED OR OPERATED IN ACCORDANCE WITH
TELLABS SPECIFICATIONS AND OPERATING PROCEDURES. IF THE HARDWARE OR
SOFTWARE HAS BEEN REPAIRED, MODIFIED OR REPLACED OTHER THAN BY TELLABS
OR PERSON AUTHORIZED BY TELLABS, THE WARRANTY OF THE PRODUCT, AND OF
ALL OTHER EQUIPMENT CONTAINED IN THE SYSTEM INTO WHICH THE PRODUCT IS
INSTALLED, ARE VOID.
The IFM may not be removed, replaced, or a new IFM added, by any party other than Tellabs
or person authorized by Tellabs. There may be emergency situations or critical, exceptional
circumstances in which the user or owner of the system decides, however, to remove, replace
or add an IFM itself or by another party than Tellabs. The below specied instructions
are provided for such exceptional cases and circumstances and for informative purposes
only. The decision to perform any of these tasks and performance thereof shall constitute
agreement of the warranty becoming null as set forth above.
7.3.1 Tellabs 8660 Smart Router and Tellabs 8630 Smart Router
Step 1 Remove the IFC line card from the subrack as instructed in chapters 3.1.4 Line Card and CDC
Assembly with New Captive Screws and New Ejector Levers and 3.1.5 IFC1 Line Card and CDC1
Assembly with Old Captive Screws and Old Ejector Levers.
Step 2 Place the IFC line card onto an antistatic surface, the IFM fastening screws facing upwards.
Step 3 Remove all the fastening screws of the IFM. There is a total of eight screws on the top surface
of the IFM.
Step 4 Now the board-to-board connector assemblies keep the IFM and the baseboard together.
Detach the IFM by carefully lifting it apart from the baseboard. This requires a considerable
degree of force.
Grab the IFM from the edge closest to the connector assembly to avoid excessive bending
of the cards.
Keep the IFM parallel to the IFC. Do not twist the IFM.
Step 5 Assemble a new IFM.
An empty IFM slot must always be covered with a covering plate.
It is of utmost importance that the IFC line cards and CDCs are soundly pressed to their
places and their captive screws are tightened. Failing to do so will cause a network element
malfunction.
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7.4 Replacing SCM
Before removing a card: use the "esw-shutdown slot <slot#>" CLI command and wait until the
red (Local Alarm) and yellow (Remote Alarm) LEDs are blinking in the target card (for details
see chapter 7.1 ESW Shutdown before Removing Card(s) or Switching NE Power off)!
When an SCM module is replaced by another module, the HW Major.Minor (e.g. 2.0.x) version
of the new SCM module (SCM2265) should be at least equal to the HW version of the previous
module. After replacement, the HW version of the new SCM module is saved as an expected
HW version. If the replacement SCM module is of an older HW version than the previous
card, the start permission of the replacement module is denied. In most cases it is possible
to accept an older HW version in the inventory by using a hw-inventory slot X force-accept
hw-version CLI command.
When a module is replaced by another module of the same type, the new module (replacement
module) will get the conguration of the old module and will start operating as part of the network
element without any need to manually congure it.
Step 1 Verify that the SCM to be replaced is the passive SCM. If the SCM is not passive, switch SCMs
using the Tellabs 8000 intelligent network manager or CLI.
The procedure with the Tellabs 8000 intelligent network manager is described in chapter
7.2.3 Replacing CDC or SCM.
Step 2 Enter the CLI command
NE# esw-shutdown slot x (where x is the slot of the SCM to be
replaced)
Step 3 Label and remove any cables connected to the SCM to be replaced.
Step 4 Loosen the captive screws on the left and right of the SCM faceplate by using a size 1 Pozidriv or
#2 Phillips.
Step 5 Remove the SCM from the enclosure by pulling on the handle mounted to the faceplate and carefully
guide the module until it clears the card guides and enclosure.
Step 6 Guide the replacement SCM into the enclosure by carefully placing it into the card guides of the slot
and push it in until the module contacts the enclosure backplane connector.
Step 7 Press the SCM into the enclosure backplane connector until the SCM faceplate is level with the
enclosure.
Step 8 Tighten the captive screws on the left and right of the high speed module by using a size 1 Pozidriv
or #2 Phillips key. First tighten both of the screws lightly and after that make the nal tightening.
Use an approximate torque of 0.5 Nm/.68 Lb-Ft for tightening.
Excessive tightening will damage the screw.
Step 9 Replace cables that were removed per the labeling.
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Fig. 152 Replacing Tellabs 8611 Smart Router SCM
7.5 Replacing Tellabs 8611 Smart Router, Tellabs 8609 Smart Router
and Tellabs 8607 Smart Router Physical Line Modules
7.5.1 Replacing High Speed Module with Same Type
Step 1 Label and remove any cables connected to the HM to be replaced.
Step 2 Loosen the captive screws on the left and right of the HM faceplate by using a size 1 Pozidriv or
#2 Phillips.
Step 3 Remove the HM from the enclosure by pulling on the screws on the left and right of the faceplate
and carefully guide the module until it clears the card guides and enclosure.
Step 4 Guide the replacement HM into the enclosure by carefully placing it into the card guides of the slot
and push it in until the module contacts the enclosure backplane connector.
Step 5 Press the HM into the enclosure backplane connector until the faceplate is level with the enclosure.
Step 6 Tighten the captive screws on the left and right of the HM faceplate by using a size 1 Pozidriv or #2
Phillips key. First tighten both of the screws lightly and after that make the nal tightening. Use an
approximate torque of 0.5 Nm/.68 Lb-Ft for tightening.
Excessive tightening will damage the screw.
Step 7 Make sure that all the empty slots are covered with a blank faceplate.
Step 8 Re-connect cables that were removed per the labeling.
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Fig. 153 Inserting High Speed Module in Tellabs 8611 Smart Router
7.5.2 Replacing High Speed Module with Different Type
Step 1 Remove cables connected to the HM to be replaced.
Step 2 Remove all provisioning associated with the HM from the running-conguration.
Step 3 Remove the HM from HW inventory with CLI or the Tellabs 8000 intelligent network manager.
CLI command:
NE# hw-inventory slot 2 remove module <module slot>
Step 4 Loosen the captive screws on the left and right of the HM faceplate by using a size 1 Pozidriv or
#2 Phillips.
Step 5 Remove the HM from the enclosure by pulling on the screws on the left and right of the faceplate
and carefully guide the module until it clears the card guides and enclosure.
Step 6 Guide the replacement HM into the enclosure by carefully placing it into the card guides of the slot
and push it in until the module contacts the enclosure backplane connector.
Step 7 Press the HM into the enclosure backplane connector until the faceplate is level with the enclosure.
Step 8 Tighten the captive screws on the left and right of the HM faceplate by using a size 1 Pozidriv or #2
Phillips key. First tighten both of the screws lightly and after that make the nal tightening. Use an
approximate torque of 0.5 Nm/.68 Lb-Ft for tightening.
Excessive tightening will damage the screw.
Step 9 Place the new module into HW inventory with CLI or the Tellabs 8000 intelligent network manager.
CLI command:
NE# hw-inventory slot 2 add module <module slot> type <module type>
<ansi/etsi>
Step 10 Reload the passive SCM with CLI or the Tellabs 8000 intelligent network manager.
CLI command:
NE# reload-sw slot <slot#>
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Step 11 Wait until the Protection degraded fault state is cleared for slots 1 and 2 before continuing.
Step 12 Switch SCMs with CLI or the Tellabs 8000 intelligent network manager.
CLI command:
NE# protection manual-switchover unit scm slot <passive SCM slot>
Step 13 Wait until the Protection degraded fault state is cleared for slots 1 and 2 before continuing.
Step 14 Switch SCMs with CLI or the Tellabs 8000 intelligent network manager.
CLI command:
NE# protection manual-switchover unit scm slot <passive SCM slot>
Step 15 Wait until the Protection degraded fault state is cleared for slots 1 and 2 before continuing.
Step 16 Provision the HM as required.
7.5.3 Replacing Line Module with Same Type
Line modules in Tellabs 8607 smart router, Tellabs 8609 smart router and Tellabs 8611 smart
router are not hot-swappable.
It is of utmost importance that the network element has to be turned totally OFF before
removing, installing or replacing any line modules physically, either by removing power
from each of the network element power inputs by turning the circuit breakers to the OFF
position or removing the fuse on the power distribution unit or detaching the power cable
connectors from the power modules connectors.
In Tellabs 8607 smart router the 2xADSL line module can be used only in slot M0!
Step 1 Enter the CLI command
NE# esw-shutdown whole-ne (for 8611)
NE# esw-shutdown (for 8607, 8609)
Step 2 Remove power from each of the power modules by turning the circuit breaker to the "OFF" position
or removing the fuse on the power distribution unit.
Step 3 Label and remove any cables connected to the LM to be replaced.
Step 4 Loosen the captive screws on the left and right of the LM faceplate by using a size 1 Pozidriv or
#2 Phillips.
Step 5 Remove the LM from the enclosure by pulling on the screws on the left and right of the faceplate
and carefully guide the module until it clears the card guides and enclosure.
Step 6 Guide the replacement LM into the enclosure by carefully placing it into the card guides of the slot
and push it in until the module contacts the enclosure backplane connector.
Step 7 Press the LM into the enclosure backplane connector until the line module faceplate is level with the
enclosure.
Step 8 Tighten the captive screws on the left and right of the line module by using a size 1 Pozidriv or #2
Phillips key. First tighten both of the screws lightly and after that make the nal tightening. Use an
approximate torque of 0.5 Nm/0.68 Lb-Ft for tightening.
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Excessive tightening will damage the screw.
Step 9 Make sure that all the empty slots are covered with a blank faceplate.
Step 10 Replace cables that were removed per the labeling.
Step 11 Reapply power to the network element.
Fig. 154 Inserting Line Module in Tellabs 8607 Smart Router
7.5.4 Replacing Line Module with Different Type
Step 1 Remove cables connected to the LM to be replaced.
Step 2 Remove all provisioning associated with the LM from the running-conguration.
Step 3 Remove the LM from HW inventory with CLI or the Tellabs 8000 intelligent network manager.
CLI commands:
NE# hw-inventory slot 2 remove module <module slot> (for 8611)
NE# hw-inventory remove module <module slot> (for 8607, 8609)
Step 4 Place the new module into HW inventory with CLI or the Tellabs 8000 intelligent network manager.
CLI commands:
NE# hw-inventory slot 2 add module <module slot> type <module type>
<ansi/etsi> (for 8611)
NE# hw-inventory add module <module slot> type <module type>
<ansi/etsi> (for 8607, 8609)
Step 5 Shutdown the ESW to prepare to remove power from the network element.
NE# esw-shutdown whole-ne (for 8611)
NE# esw-shutdown (for 8607, 8609)
Step 6 Remove power from the network element.
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Step 7 Loosen the captive screws on the left and right of the LM faceplate by using a size 1 Pozidriv or
#2 Phillips.
Step 8 Remove the LM from the enclosure by pulling on the screws on the left and right of the faceplate
and carefully guide the module until it clears the card guides and enclosure.
Step 9 Guide the replacement LM into the enclosure by carefully placing it into the card guides of the slot
and push it in until the module contacts the enclosure backplane connector.
Step 10 Press the LM into the enclosure backplane connector until the faceplate is level with the enclosure.
Step 11 Tighten the captive screws on the left and right of the LM faceplate by using a size 1 Pozidriv or #2
Phillips key. First tighten both of the screws lightly and after that make the nal tightening. Use an
approximate torque of 0.5 Nm/0.68 Lb-Ft for tightening.
Excessive tightening will damage the screw.
Step 12 Reapply power to the network element.
Step 13 In Tellabs 8611 smart router wait until the Protection degraded fault state is cleared.
In Tellabs 8607 smart router and Tellabs 8609 smart router wait for the network element to nish
booting before continuing.
Step 14 Provision the LM as required.
7.6 Maintaining Air Filters
Maintain the air lters to ensure a continuous air ow into the subrack. The air ow restricted by
dirty air lters may result in an excessive rise of the temperature.
Change the Tellabs 8600 network element air lter at least every six months. More frequent
replacement is required in case of considerable impurities of the air.
Be careful not to touch the rotating fans.
7.6.1 Tellabs 8660 Smart Router R2 Subrack
In Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack the air lter is in front of the fan modules.
Step 1 Remove the fan module cover plate by loosening the screws on top left and right side.
Step 2 Place the cover plate on a at surface so that the front side of the air lter is down.
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Step 3 Remove the air lter holder on top of the air lter by helping with a screwdriver at the sides.
Step 4 Remove the air lter, insert a new air lter (82.86A-8660-R6) by placing it on the cover plate.
Step 5 Insert the air lter holder on top of the air lter and secure the latches onto the cover plate.
Step 6 Mount the fan module cover plate and tighten the screws.
Fig. 155 Replacing Air Filter in Tellabs 8660 Smart Router R2 Subrack
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7.6.2 Tellabs 8660 Smart Router V3.0 and V3.1
The air lter is below the fan modules. You can remove it without pulling out any of the fan modules.
Step 1 Open the fan module front panel by lifting it up so that the upper edge is released. Subrack V3.0 and
higher also has screws to be loosened on the front panel.
Step 2 Pull the air lter framework out of the subrack.
Step 3 Insert a new air lter (81.86A8660FILTR-R6) to its place.
Step 4 Close the fan module front panel and tighten the screws.
Fig. 156 Replacing Air Filter in Tellabs 8660 Smart Router Subrack
7.6.3 Tellabs 8630 Smart Router
The air lter is on the left side of the subrack and fan modules. The air lter is inside the air lter
assembly. You can remove the air lter without pulling out any of the fan modules.
Step 1 There are four M3 screws holding the air lter assembly on the left side of the Tellabs 8630 smart
router subrack. They need to be unscrewed rst.
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Step 2 Remove the air lter assembly by pulling it from the handle on the front plate. Because of tight
tting, it must be pulled hard enough.
Fig. 157 Removing Air Filter Assembly from Tellabs 8630 Smart Router Subrack
Step 3 Hold the air lter assembly so that the front panel is towards you with the texts upside down.
Fig. 158 Tellabs 8630 Smart Router Air Filter Assembly
Step 4 Slide the lter holder on top of the air lter assembly towards you by helping with a screwdriver at
the back, so that the plate slides from under the two perforated latches on the back side of the air
lter assembly.
Step 5 Now the lter holder can be slid away from you in the opposite direction so that it is released from
under the four side latches.
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Step 6 Remove the air lter, insert a new air lter (81.86A8630FILTR-R6) by carefully placing it under
the six latches.
Fig. 159 Removing Air Filter in Tellabs 8630 Smart Router
Step 7 Slide the air lter holder back under the side latches from back to front. Make sure that the two
drawing holes of the air lter holder are on the back side of the air lter assembly and the drawing
is upside.
Fig. 160 Air Filter Holder with Drawing Holes Visible
Step 8 Slide the air lter holder all the way to the front of the air lter assembly so that you can press the
back side of the air lter holder under the perforated latches on the back side of the framework. Then
slightly move the air lter holder backwards so that its drawing holes snap into the perforated latches.
Step 9 Slide the air lter assembly back into its place. The guide is on the left side of the fan modules.
The tting is tight, so some force is needed.
Step 10 Take new standard screws from the air lter package. The old screws should not be used if they are
the original self-tapping screws. Otherwise they may damage the threads of the screw holes. Put all
four screws on their places and tighten them.
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7.6.4 Tellabs 8620 Smart Router
The air lter is in the front of the fan module on the left side of the Tellabs 8620 smart router
enclosure.
You can replace the Tellabs 8620 smart router air lters without network element service disturbance.
Step 1 Remove the fastening screw from the fan module cover plate on the left side of the Tellabs 8620
smart router front panel.
Step 2 Remove the cover plate by rst opening it slightly from the left side and then pulling it to the left.
Step 3 Pull the air lter framework out of the subrack.
Step 4 Replace the air lter tissue with a new one (81.86A8620FILTR-R6).
Step 5 Replace the air lter framework by sliding it to its place with the grid facing the fans.
Step 6 Replace the fan module cover plate.
Fig. 161 Replacing Tellabs 8620 Smart Router Air Filter
7.6.5 Tellabs 8611 Smart Router
The air lter is on the left side of the enclosure and fan modules. You can replace the air lter
without network element service disturbance.
Step 1 Open the fastening screw from the fan module cover plate on the left side of the Tellabs 8611 smart
router front panel using a size 1 Pozidriv or #2 Phillips key.
Step 2 Remove the air lter assembly by pulling it from the fastening screw in the front plate.
Step 3 Replace the air lter tissue with a new one (81.86A-8611FILT-R6).
Step 4 Replace the air lter framework by sliding it to its place with the grid facing the fans.
Step 5 Tighten the fastening screw.
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Fig. 162 Replacing Tellabs 8611 Smart Router Air Filter
7.6.6 Tellabs 8609 Smart Router
The air lter is on the left side of the enclosure and fan modules. You can replace the air lter
without network element service disturbance.
Step 1 Open the fastening screw from the fan module cover plate on the left side of the Tellabs 8609 smart
router front panel using a size 1 Pozidriv or #2 Phillips key.
Step 2 Remove the air lter assembly by pulling it from the fastening screw in the front plate.
Step 3 Replace the air lter tissue with a new one (81.86A-8609FILT-R6).
Step 4 Replace the air lter framework by sliding it to its place with the grid facing the fans.
Step 5 Tighten the fastening screw.
Fig. 163 Replacing Tellabs 8609 Smart Router Air Filter
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7.6.7 Tellabs 8607 Smart Router
The air lter is on the left side of the enclosure and fan modules. You can replace the air lter
without network element service disturbance.
Step 1 Open the fastening screw from the fan module cover plate on the left side of the Tellabs 8607 smart
router front panel using a size 1 Pozidriv or #2 Phillips key.
Step 2 Remove the air lter assembly by pulling it from the fastening screw in the front plate.
Step 3 Replace the air lter tissue with a new one (81.86A8607FILTR-R6).
Step 4 Replace the air lter framework by sliding it to its place with the grid facing the fans.
Step 5 Tighten the fastening screw.
Fig. 164 Replacing Tellabs 8607 Smart Router Air Filter
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7.7 Replacing Fan Modules
Keep away from moving fan blades during operation. The fan propeller will also continue
rotating momentarily after extraction. Be careful not to touch the propeller before rotation has
stopped.
Make sure you are using an ESD wrist strap.
Instructions for fan module replacement on site:
Ensure, that you have a replacement fan module ready to be installed before removing the
former module. Make sure that you have the needed tools available, too. Install the new fan
module immediately (within 2 minutes) after removing the failed fan module.
In case of higher ambient temperature and higher power consumption in the network element,
the replacement requires faster actions.
Terminology:
A fan module is a module consisting of two or more fans, the mechanics and possibly the control
electronics.
A fan is one fan in a fan module.
The fan modules and air lter can be replaced on the y without disturbing the data trafc through
the NE.
In case of failure of one fan in the network element, the other fans will maintain adequate cooling
for a limited time.
The replacement time of the fan module depends on the ambient temperature and furnishing. Higher
temperature and higher power consumption requires faster actions. In case two fans fail in one fan
module, the fan replacement requires faster actions.
The fan status can be checked from the network element with the CLI command
router# show environment fans
The temperatures in the network element can be checked from the network element with the CLI
command
router# show environment temperatures
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Time to change fan module
Single fan failure For Tellabs 8611 smart router and Tellabs 8609 smart router:
Within three hours
For Tellabs 8660 smart router, Tellabs 8630 smart router,
Tellabs 8620 smart router and Tellabs 8607 smart router:
Less than 72 hours
More than one fan failure For Tellabs 8611 smart router and Tellabs 8609 smart router:
Within three hours
For Tellabs 8660 smart router, Tellabs 8630 smart router,
Tellabs 8620 smart router and Tellabs 8607 smart router:
Within three hours, or at least within one day
In case of more than one fan failure in a single fan module (both fans not running) if ELC1 cards
are installed above the fan module, ELC1 card(s) enter the power-save mode after 6 minutes. In
power-save mode live trafc going through the card is cut. ELC1 wakes up automatically every
8-10 minutes to check if the fans are running. If the fans are running, ELC1 resumes normal
operation automatically.
7.7.1 Tellabs 8660 Smart Router R2
Fig. 165 Tellabs 8660 Smart Router R2 Fan Module
Step 1 Remove the fan module cover plate by loosening the screws on the top left and right side.
Step 2 Loosen screws on the bottom left and right side. Pull the fan module clear of the subrack and lay
it in a safe place. The fan is adhered to the network element subrack by a connector assembly.
It will come loose when pulled hard enough.
You can use, for instance, a screwdriver when extracting the fan module. Carefully bend from
the lower edge.
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Replace the fan module as soon as possible.
Fig. 166 Replacing Tellabs 8660 Smart Router R2 Fan Module in Tellabs 8660 Smart Router
R2 Subrack
To replace the fan module, proceed as follows:
Step 1 Hold the fan module with the fans on the upper side and the fan status LEDs on the left.
Step 2 Place the fan module into the slot with the power connector rst so that it rests on the subrack.
Align the bottom guide.
Step 3 Push the fan module into the slot until the power connector seats in the backplane and tighten
the screws.
The fan should immediately start rotating, presuming the NE power is on.
Step 4 Verify that the green LED is lit at each fan.
Step 5 Mount the fan module cover plate and tighten the screws.
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7.7.2 Tellabs 8660 Smart Router V3.0 and V3.1
Fig. 167 Tellabs 8660 Smart Router Fan Module
Step 1 Open the front panel by lifting it so that the upper edge is released. Subrack V3.0 and higher also
has screws to be loosened on the front panel.
Step 2 Optional step for Tellabs 8660 smart router R1 fan module. Remove both power cables to the R1
fan module (for redundancy).
Step 3 Pull the fan module clear of the subrack and lay it in a safe place. The fan is adhered to the network
element subrack by a connector assembly. It will come loose when pulled hard enough.
You can use, for instance, a screwdriver when extracting the fan module. Carefully bend from
the lower edge.
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Replace the fan module as soon as possible.
Fig. 168 Replacing Fan Module in Tellabs 8660 Smart Router Subrack V3.0 and V3.1
To replace the fan module, proceed as follows:
Step 1 Hold the fan module with the fans on the upper side and the fan status LEDs on the right.
Step 2 Place the fan module into the slot with the power connector rst so that it rests on the subrack.
Align the bottom guides.
Step 3 Push the fan module into the slot until the power connector seats in the backplane. Make sure the
sliding base goes under each latch. Make sure, especially when inserting the leftmost fan module,
that the wires on the left side of the fan module go in smoothly.
The fan should immediately start rotating, presuming the NE power is on.
Step 4 Optional step for Tellabs 8660 smart router R1 fan module. Connect both power cables to the R1
fan module (for redundancy).
Step 5 Close the fan module front panel and tighten the screws.
Step 6 Verify that the green LED is lit at each fan.
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7.7.3 Tellabs 8630 Smart Router
Fig. 169 Tellabs 8630 Smart Router Fan Module
Step 1 There are four M3 screws holding the air lter assembly on the left side of the Tellabs 8630 smart
router subrack. They need to be screwed off rst.
Step 2 Remove the air lter assembly by pulling it from the handle on the front plate. Because of tight
tting, it must be pulled hard enough.
Fig. 170 Removing Air Filter Assembly from Tellabs 8630 Smart Router Subrack
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Step 3 Pull the fan module clear of the subrack and lay it in a safe place. The fan module can be pulled
out by placing the ngers behind the metal handle in the front of the module having all the version
stickers. The fan is adhered to the network element subrack by a connector assembly. It will come
loose when pulled hard enough. Replace the fan module as soon as possible.
Fig. 171 Removing Fan Module from Tellabs 8630 Smart Router Subrack
To replace the fan module, proceed as follows:
Step 1 Hold the fan module with the fans on the right side and the fan status LEDs at the bottom.
Step 2 Place the fan module into the slot with the power connector rst, so that it rests on the subrack.
Align the left side guides.
Step 3 Push the fan module into the slot until the power connector seats in the backplane. The fan should
immediately start rotating presuming the NE power is on.
Step 4 Slide the air lter assembly back in its place. The guide is on the left side of the fan modules.
The tting is tight, so some force is needed.
Step 5 Take new standard screws from the lter package. The old screws should not be used if they are the
original self-tapping screws. Otherwise they may damage the threads of the screw holes. Put all
four screws on their places and tighten them.
Step 6 Verify that the green LED is lit at each fan.
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7.7.4 Tellabs 8620 Smart Router
Fig. 172 Tellabs 8620 Smart Router Fan Module
Step 1 Remove the fan module cover plate.
Step 2 Extract the air lter framework.
Step 3 Remove the fastening screw in the front of the fan module. Now there is only the power connector
attaching the fan module to the baseboard.
Step 4 Pull the fan module out of the enclosure.
Grab the fan module from the upright edge on the left side.
Pull the fan module 12 cm rst so that the power connector disengages.
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Wait until all the fans have stopped rotating.
Pull the fan module off the enclosure.
Replace the fan module as soon as possible.
Fig. 173 Removing Tellabs 8620 Smart Router Fan Module
To replace the fan module, proceed as follows:
Step 1 Slide the fan module inside the Tellabs 8620 smart router enclosure with the power connector rst.
Align the left corners, the fan module attachment anges and the xing rail of the Tellabs
8620 smart router assembly.
Step 2 Slide the fan module all the way to the bottom.
Watch out for the propellers in case the power is on.
Step 3 Fasten the fan module fastening screw.
Step 4 Replace the lter framework. Insert the framework to its place so that the grid is facing towards the
fans.
Step 5 Attach the fan module cover plate.
7.7.5 Tellabs 8611 Smart Router
Step 1 Open the fastening screw from the lter framework cover plate on the left side of the Tellabs 8611
smart router front panel using a size 1 Pozidriv or #2 Phillips.
Step 2 Remove the lter framework by pulling it from the fastening screw in the front plate.
Step 3 There is a hole in the front edge of the fan assembly. Use this hole to pull the fan assembly out of
the enclosure. You can e.g. use a screwdriver to carefully lever the fan assembly out. The fan
assembly is attached to the enclosure with the power connectors on the PCB and it will come loose
when pulled hard enough.
Step 4 Replace the fan framework by sliding it to its proper orientation, that is, with the printed circuit
board to the right when the fan module is inserted. Also ensure that the fan module is inserted so
that the fans are to the right of the metal guide that the lter framework slides into.
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Push the PCB framework of the fan module all the way to the bottom so that the power
connectors are rmly pressed together.
Do not exert more than nger tip pressure to get the fan module properly installed. If the fan
module resists insertion, remove it and make sure it is properly aligned and the backplane
pins are not bent. The fan module has a guide pin that will properly align the fan module to
the connector if the fan module is properly inserted in the slot.
Step 5 Replace the lter framework by sliding it to its place with the grid facing the fans.
Step 6 Tighten the lter framework fastening screw.
Fig. 174 Removing Tellabs 8611 Smart Router Fan Module
7.7.6 Tellabs 8609 Smart Router
Step 1 Open the fastening screw from the lter framework cover plate on the left side of the Tellabs 8609
smart router front panel using a size 1 Pozidriv or #2 Phillips.
Step 2 Remove the lter framework by pulling it from the fastening screw in the front plate.
Step 3 There is a hole in the front edge of the fan assembly. Use this hole to pull the fan assembly out of
the enclosure. You can e.g. use a screwdriver to carefully lever the fan assembly out. The fan
assembly is attached to the enclosure with the power connectors on the PCB and it will come loose
when pulled hard enough. (See Fig. 176 for an example.)
Step 4 Replace the fan framework by sliding it to its proper orientation, that is, with the printed circuit
board to the right when the fan module is inserted. Also ensure that the fan module is inserted so
that the fans are to the right of the metal guide that the lter framework slides into.
Push the PCB framework of the fan module all the way to the bottom so that the power
connectors are rmly pressed together.
Do not exert more than nger tip pressure to get the fan module properly installed. If the fan
module resists insertion, remove it and make sure it is properly aligned and the backplane
pins are not bent. The fan module has a guide pin that will properly align the fan module to
the connector if the fan module is properly inserted in the slot.
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Step 5 Replace the lter framework by sliding it to its place with the grid facing the fans.
Step 6 Tighten the lter framework fastening screw.
Fig. 175 Removing Tellabs 8609 Smart Router Fan Module
7.7.7 Tellabs 8607 Smart Router
Step 1 Open the fastening screw from the lter framework cover plate on the left side of the Tellabs 8607
smart router front panel using a size 1 Pozidriv or #2 Phillips.
Step 2 Remove the lter framework by pulling it from the fastening screw in the front plate.
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Step 3 There is a hole in the front edge of the fan assembly. Use this hole to pull the fan assembly out of
the enclosure. You can e.g. use a screwdriver to carefully lever the fan assembly out. The fan
assembly is attached to the enclosure with the power connectors on the PCB and it will come loose
when pulled hard enough.
Fig. 176 Levering Tellabs 8607 Smart Router Fan Module Out with Screwdriver
Step 4 Replace the fan module by sliding it to its place.
Push the PCB framework of the fan module all the way to the bottom so that the power
connectors are rmly pressed together. Do not push the fan itself.
Step 5 Replace the lter framework by sliding it to its place with the grid facing the fans.
Step 6 Tighten the lter framework fastening screw.
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Fig. 177 Removing Tellabs 8607 Smart Router Fan Module
7.8 Replacing Fuses
7.8.1 Tellabs 8660 Smart Router R2 with DC48 Power Input Module (PIM)
The optional DC48 Power Input Module (PIM) for Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 has ve fuses.
Fuses F2-F5 are located near the input connector and those fuses are for the 48 Vdc power feed of
the Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack. Fuse F1 is located near the rear connector and it is for
the redundancy power feed of the CDC card.
When replacing fuses F2-F5, use T25A 6.3 x 32 mm ( x 1 ) fuses.
When replacing fuse F1, use F4A 2.69 x 6.1 mm surface mount fuses, for example Littelfuse
0453004.
The fuse locations are shown in the following gure. All fuses are user replaceable, however you
may as well contact Tellabs to have the fuses replaced.
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Fig. 178 Fuse Location on DC48 Power Input Module (PIM) for Tellabs 8660 Smart Router R2
7.8.2 Tellabs 8620 Smart Router AC
The two mains fuses are located on the power module inside the Tellabs 8620 smart router AC
enclosure.
Contact Tellabs Repair Center to have the fuse replaced.
7.8.3 Tellabs 8620 Smart Router DC48
Two fuses are located on the DC power input module of Tellabs 8620 smart router DC48. The
fuse locations are shown in the following gure. When replacing the fuses, use T6.3A fuses for
both F1 and F2.
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Fig. 179 Fuse Location on Tellabs 8620 Smart Router DC Power Input Module
7.8.4 Tellabs 8611 Smart Router
Tellabs 8611 Smart Router DC
In the Tellabs 8611 smart router DC power module the SMD fuses are xed on the PCB and only
Tellabs Repair Center is allowed to replace the fuses.
7.8.5 Tellabs 8609 Smart Router
Tellabs 8609 Smart Router DC
In the Tellabs 8609 smart router DC power module the SMD fuses are xed on the PCB and only
Tellabs Repair Center is allowed to replace the fuses.
7.8.6 Tellabs 8607 Smart Router
Tellabs 8607 Smart Router DC
In the Tellabs 8607 smart router DC power module the SMD fuses are xed on the PCB and only
Tellabs Repair Center is allowed to replace the fuses.
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7.8.7 Tellabs 8605 Smart Router
Tellabs 8605 Smart Router AC
The two mains fuses are located inside the Tellabs 8605 smart router AC enclosure. Contact Tellabs
Repair Center to have the fuse replaced.
Tellabs 8605 Smart Router DC48
Two fuses are located on the front side of the enclosure. The fuse locations are shown in the
following gure. When replacing the fuses for Tellabs 8605 smart router DC48, use T1.6A fuses for
both.
Fig. 180 Fuse Location on Tellabs 8605 Smart Router DC48 Front Panel
Tellabs 8605 Smart Router DC24
Two fuses are located on the front side of the enclosure. The fuse locations are shown in the
following gure. When replacing the fuses for Tellabs 8605 smart router DC24, use T3.15A
fuses for both.
Fig. 181 Fuse Location on Tellabs 8605 Smart Router DC24 Front Panel
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Tellabs 8605 Smart Router DC
Two fuses are located on the front side of the enclosure. The fuse locations are shown in the
following gure. When replacing the fuses for Tellabs 8605 smart router DC, use T3.15A fuses for
both.
Fig. 182 Fuse Location on Tellabs 8605 Smart Router DC Front Panel
7.9 Replacing DC48 Power Input Modules in Tellabs 8660 Smart
Router R2
Replacing DC48 Power Input Modules (PIMs) in Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 is shortly described
below. If needed, more detailed information is available in chapter 3.1.1 Upgrading Power Feeding
of Tellabs 8660 Smart Router R2 from Protected CDC1 Feeding to Protected PIM Feeding.
Step 1 Remove the Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 Fan Module cover plate.
Step 2 Turn OFF the circuit breaker feeding in the PIM to be replaced.
Step 3 Disconnect the PIM power cable from the PIM.
Step 4 Open the mounting screws of the PIM.
Step 5 Pull the PIM out from the Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack.
Step 6 Slide a new PIM into the Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 subrack and mount it with the screws.
Step 7 Connect the PIM power cable to the PIM.
Step 8 Turn ON the circuit breaker feeding in the replacement PIM.
Step 9 Re-install the Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 Fan Module cover plate.
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7.10 Replacing Tellabs 8620 Smart Router DC48 Power Input Modules
If you are going to remove the power input module from Tellabs 8620 smart router, rst turn off
the power switch, then detach the power cable and only after these actions, remove the power
module. Never keep the power cable connected to the power module while it is out of its slot.
Otherwise the power module may cause bodily injury or damage to the part that it is touching.
Tellabs 8620 smart router DC48 power input module is hot-swappable.
Step 1 Turn the power switch to the OFF position.
Step 2 Open the screws of the power cable connector and detach the power cable.
Step 3 Open the two screws with a screwdriver.
Step 4 Pull the module out from the switch by the screws.
Fig. 183 Removing Power Input Module from Tellabs 8620 Smart Router DC48
Step 5 Install the new module.
Step 6 Tighten the mounting screws of the module with a screwdriver.
Step 7 Mount the power cable and tighten its screws.
Step 8 Turn the power switch to the ON position.
If one of the power modules is not used, the power module slot needs to be covered with a blank
cover plate.
Fig. 184 Power Module Slot Cover Plate
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Fig. 185 Tellabs 8620 Smart Router DC48 with Only One Power Input Module Installed
7.11 Replacing Tellabs 8611 Smart Router and Tellabs 8609 Smart
Router Power Modules
If you are going to remove the power module from Tellabs 8611 smart router and Tellabs
8609 smart router, detach the power cable and only after these actions, remove the power
module. Never keep the power cable connected to the power module while it is out of its slot.
Otherwise the power module may cause bodily injury or damage to the part that it is touching.
It is of utmost importance that the power cable is disconnected from the power module
before removing or inserting the module.
In the installation of Tellabs 8609 smart router and Tellabs 8611 smart router, the power wires
must be twisted (e.g. 16 rounds per meter). Untwisted DC power wiring is not allowed!
In a redundant system where two DC power modules are used, one module can be removed while
the other one supplies the power. The system will remain in operation provided that the remaining
module is operating properly.
When replacing a power module the screw terminal connector can be unplugged from the power
module with the wire attached, and then reinserted into the power supply once the power module is
seated. The replacement power module will come with a new screw terminal connector which can
be discarded or used if the old screw terminal connector is damaged or showing signs of age. The
tightness of the screw terminal connector should be checked if the connector is reused.
Step 1 Turn off the circuit breaker or remove the fuse supplying power to the power module that will
be replaced.
Step 2 Disconnect the power supply cable from the power module that will be removed.
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Step 3 Replace the power module following the same procedure that is presented in chapter 7.5 Replacing
Tellabs 8611 Smart Router, Tellabs 8609 Smart Router and Tellabs 8607 Smart Router Physical
Line Modules.
Step 4 Secure connector with screws after plugging it in to the power module.
Step 5 Turn on the circuit breaker or replace the fuse.
In a system where only one power module is used, trafc will be lost while the module is being
replaced. Perform this procedure during the maintenance window or at a low trafc time to
minimize trafc disruption.
This procedure will interrupt trafc.
Step 1 Turn off the circuit breaker(s) or remove the fuse(s) supplying power to the power module that
will be replaced
Step 2 Disconnect the power supply cable(s) from the power module that will be removed.
Step 3 Replace the power module following the same procedure that is presented in chapter 7.5 Replacing
Tellabs 8611 Smart Router, Tellabs 8609 Smart Router and Tellabs 8607 Smart Router Physical
Line Modules.
Step 4 Secure connector with screws after plugging it in to the power module.
Step 5 Turn on the circuit breaker or replace the fuse.
Fig. 186 Inserting DC Power Module in Tellabs 8609 Smart Router
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Fig. 187 Inserting DC48 Power Modules in Tellabs 8611 Smart Router
7.12 Replacing Tellabs 8607 Smart Router Power Modules
If you are going to remove the power module from Tellabs 8607 smart router, detach the power
cable and only after these actions, remove the power module. Never keep the power cable
connected to the power module while it is out of its slot. Otherwise the power module may
cause bodily injury or damage to the part that it is touching.
It is of utmost importance that the power cable is disconnected from the power module
before removing or inserting the module.
In a redundant system where two DC power modules are used, one module can be removed while
the other one supplies the power. The system will remain in operation provided that the remaining
module is operating properly.
Step 1 Disconnect the power supply cable from the power module that will be removed.
Step 2 Replace the power module following the same procedure that is presented in chapter 7.5 Replacing
Tellabs 8611 Smart Router, Tellabs 8609 Smart Router and Tellabs 8607 Smart Router Physical
Line Modules.
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Fig. 188 Inserting DC Power Module in Tellabs 8607 Smart Router
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8 Commissioning
8.1 Overview
This commissioning chapter describes how to verify a correct Tellabs 8600 hardware installation
and how to make the initial NE conguration. Tests related to the Tellabs 8000 intelligent network
manager software and acceptance are excluded here as well as building the network. This chapter
only describes the CLI conguration steps required to take the NE in use with the Tellabs 8600
system.
Commissioning must be completed as soon as possible after the installation of the Tellabs 8600
equipment. The Tellabs 8000 intelligent network manager is not required for any of the procedures
listed in this guide. Chapter 8.4 Conguring Tellabs 8600 Network Elements summarizes the
main actions that have to be completed. A full checklist is included in Appendix: Commissioning
Test Report.
After completing the procedures in this chapter, you can start managing and conguring the Tellabs
8600 equipment with Tellabs 8000 intelligent network manager. Instructions on how to take the
network elements in use with Tellabs 8000 intelligent network manager are provided in Tellabs

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8.2 Prerequisites
Tellabs 8600 hardware has been installed according to the instructions given in this document
and is ready to be powered up.
Network conguration description with the required IP addresses dedicated for network elements
and interfaces are available.
A console PC with a serial (COM) port and a LAN adapter is available.
8.3 Mechanical Installation Check
8.3.1 Network Element Installation
Verify the following:
Network elements are securely tightened to the cabinet or rack.
Cards are installed in appropriate slots and are pushed all the way to the bottom.
Ejector levers of each line card and CDC are fully closed, parallel to the front panel.
Captive installation screws of each line card and CDC are tightened.
Empty line card, IFM and SFP slots have been covered with cover plates.
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All the other mechanical parts specic to the project are correctly installed.
Pluggable transceivers are properly plugged in and locked.
Adequate ventilation for NEs is provided.
8.3.2 Grounding
Check that the NEs are securely grounded to the station earth bar or rack.
Also make sure the following parts are grounded:
Doors, side panels, roof and oor of the cabinet or rack.
All the additional panels and project-specic parts inside the cabinet or rack.
Shielded cabling is grounded.
Rack connected to building ground.
8.3.3 Power Installation
Verify the following:
Power (-48 Vdc in Tellabs 8660 smart router, Tellabs 8630 smart router, Tellabs 8620 smart router
and Tellabs 8605 smart router and Tellabs 8607 smart router DC48) is available.
Power (-48/24 Vdc in Tellabs 8611 smart router, Tellabs 8609 smart router and Tellabs 8605 smart
router DC) is available.
Power (100240 Vac in Tellabs 8620 smart router and Tellabs 8605 smart router AC) is available.
Positive battery voltage is connected to the CDC battery input pin 2 (middle) and the negative
voltage to pin 3 (upper) if -48 Vdc is used.
Primary voltage source is connected to the CDC in slot 14. In redundant system the secondary
voltage is connected to the CDC in slot 1. This applies to Tellabs 8660 smart router and Tellabs
8630 smart router.
Verify that all -48/24 Vdc power connections are correctly established. Make sure that polarity
is not reversed in any connection.
The AC power cord plug is locked to the power input socket using the captive latch in Tellabs
8605 smart router AC.
8.3.4 Cabling
Check the following:
Cables are rmly connected to the ports. Check by pulling the connectors gently.
Protective caps are installed on all unused SFPs.
Empty SFP slots may be covered with an optional SFP plug (160.0637).
Excessive compression or pulling tension is not directed at the cabling.
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Minimum bend radius is not exceeded.
Cabling does not block free airow nor network element maintenance.
8.4 Conguring Tellabs 8600 Network Elements
For initial access to the network element, connect a console PC with a terminal emulation program,
such as Hyper Terminal, directly to the console port of the NE. This connection allows the use of the
command line interface (CLI) to set an IP address to the system.
Congure at least the MFE port that will be used for the communication link (outband management),
or the port with which the network element is added to the Tellabs 8600 network (inband
management).
Further actions related to the conguration can be made with Tellabs 8000 intelligent network
manager once the network element has been taken in use.
8.4.1 Powering Up Network Element
Step 1 Power up the network element (depending on the type of the network element, with the power
switch, connecting the power cable or using an external circuit breaker).
Step 2 Monitor the LEDs to verify that the system is booting properly.
You should hear the system fans assembly immediately begin to operate, and LEDs should start
indicating the system states in the startup sequence.
Wait until the yellow Remote Alarm LED has stopped blinking in every card to indicate that the
boot-up sequence has been completed.
The green fan LEDs should be lit, and the red LEDs of each fan should be off.
8.4.2 Initial Network Element Conguration
When a console is directly connected to the NE serial port, the system can be congured without
an IP address. Once the IP address is congured, the NE can be accessed remotely, using Telnet,
for example.
In case the IP address of the management port of the NE is known, the Ethernet port can be used
for the initial conguration with Telnet from the very beginning.
See Tellabs

8600 Smart Routers CLI Commands Manual for additional CLI commands.
In this chapter a communication link port refers to the port that is used to take the NE in use. In the
outband management the possible options include:
10/100BASE-TX management port on the CDC of Tellabs 8660 smart router and Tellabs 8630
smart router (mfe<slot>/0)
Fast Ethernet or gigabit Ethernet port on the IFM of Tellabs 8660 smart router and Tellabs 8630
smart router (fe|ge <slot>/<module>/<interface>) or Tellabs 8620 smart router (fe|ge<mod-
ule>/<interface>)
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Fixed 10/100BASE-TX management port in Tellabs 8620 smart router (mfe0)
The xed MFE port of Tellabs 8620 smart router is intended for temporary on-site management
and should only be used for trafc that is terminated in the network element. With inband
management you should use the IFM interface also for the rst hop.
10/100/1000BASE-TX management port on the SCM of Tellabs 8611 smart router (mfe<slot>/0)
Console port is used for making the initial conguration in Tellabs 8605 smart router, Tellabs
8607 smart router, Tellabs 8609 smart router and Tellabs 8611 smart router.
In inband management the communication link is one of the line card interfaces.
Starting Console Session
Step 1 Connect the console PC to the serial port of the NE using a serial RS232 cable.
Step 2 Open the Hyper Terminal program on your console PC.
Step 3 Make your choices with the connection name and icon, select the correct COM port and the
following settings:
Bits per second: 38400
Data bits: 8
Parity: None
Stop bits: 1
Flow control: None
Step 4 Click OK.
Step 5 Press Enter.
Login to the element:
user name:superuser
password:********
Enter the conguration commands, one per line.
Step 6 Enable the conguration mode:
Router> enable
Router#
Telnet Conguration
The console PC LAN adapter must be in the same LAN segment as the NE.
Step 1 Connect the console PC LAN adapter to the MFE port of the NE using a cross LAN cable.
Step 2 Run Telnet from the management console command prompt. Enter the IP address of the interface in
question to open the Telnet session.
C:\telnet <IP-address>
The User Exec prompt appears when the Telnet session to the system is established.
Step 3 Login to the element:
user name:superuser
password:********
Step 4 Enable the conguration mode:
router> enable
router#
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Continue conguring the NE.
Creating Tellabs 8660 Smart Router and Tellabs 8630 Smart Router Inventory
The hw-inventory contains an expected card type for each card slot in the NE and an expected
module type for each module slot in a card. Generally, add-all-units is the rst command that
is given to the NE after it has been populated with a full set of hardware. After the hw-inventory is
created, the NE is operational. By default add-all-units sets the CDC in slot 14 to the active
card and the CDC in slot 1 to the protecting card.
Step 1 Create a new hw-inventory conguration using the following command, select ETSI or ANSI mode
according your needs. ETSI mode is the default mode.
router# hw-inventory add-all-units clean-start ?
etsi STM-1, E1, etc. interfaces
ansi Sonet, T1, etc. interfaces
<cr> Accept command
router# hw-inventory add-all-units clean-start
After a while, the NE is operational. Wait patiently until the Bootup Done message has been
displayed for each card and the yellow Remote Alarm LED has stopped blinking in all cards. A
green LED will be lit, indicating the card is now online.
Step 2 Check that all the cards are part of the inventory, UP AND RUNNING, and that the expected and
active module type match the existing type. Check also that the CDC in slot 14 is the active one. A
green Master LED should be on in the active CDC.
Press Enter and login to the element.
router> enable
router# show hw-inventory
Step 3 Congure the current UTC time and date to the network element.
router> enable
router# clock set as-utc 06:45:00 29 Aug 2007
Dening Synchronization Clock Input
Refer to Tellabs

8600 Smart Routers Synchronization Conguration Guide for an overview of the


Tellabs 8600 synchronization and instructions on how to congure the reference clock with a
command-line interface (CLI) using a routers console or remote terminal (Telnet).
CDC/SCM 1+1 Equipment Protection
Refer to Tellabs

8600 Smart Routers Equipment Management Conguration Guide for an overview


and instructions for creating the CDC/SCM protection.
Checking Active Faults
Make sure there are no other faults in the NE than the following: link is down and loss of
signal in each interface that is not receiving a signal. Only the red Critical LED in the CDC and
Local Alarm in the line card should be on in addition to the green ones.
router# show faults active
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Self Tests
CDC/SCM
During the boot up, the CDC/SCM performs certain self tests to verify it is OK. During normal
operation the CPU monitors the following (in the background):
CDC/SCM operating voltages
Temperature inside CDC/SCM
Memory access (DRAMs, FLASHES)
Performance of high speed data links with other cards
Functionality of subrack cooling and fans
Functionality of system interface bus
Line Card
The self tests performed by the line card include:
Line card operating voltages
Temperature inside the line card
Memory access (SDRAMs, FLASHES)
Performance of high speed data links with other cards
Functionality of system interface bus
The CDC, SCM and line cards have a watchdog to reset themselves in case of a fatal failure in
the CPU subsystem.
8.5 Conguring Communication Links
Once the NE is congured, it is time to create the communication between the NE and
Communication Server.
8.5.1 Outband and Inband Management
There are three options for creating the communication to the network elements; inband, outband,
and a combination of the two.
In the case of outband management, the communication link is connected from Communication
Server straight to the NE or via an external Fast Ethernet switch.
Inband management means that the communication to a NE is established from an existing NE.
Proper network management usually requires, depending on the circumstances, much conguration
that is not described in this installation guide. See, in particular, Tellabs

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Fig. 189 Example of Management Communication Conguration
8.5.2 Conguring Outband Management
This chapter describes the conguration steps required when establishing the communication to the
rst NE, between Communication Server and the NE. In this example the communication link is
connected to the xed Ethernet management port of Tellabs 8660 smart router. This conguration
example is based on Fig. 189. The IP addresses used in this step are examples.
Step 1 Enable conguration mode and check the existing conguration:
router> enable
router# show running configuration
Step 2 Enter the NE hostname and IP address to the communication link port with the following commands:
router# configure terminal
router(config)# hostname N-PE 10
N-PE 10(config)# interface mfe14/0
N-PE 10(cfg-if)# ip address 192.168.10.10/24
N-PE 10(cfg-if)# description link to Communication Server
Step 3 Activate the link:
N-PE 10(cfg-if)# no shutdown
N-PE 10(cfg-if)# exit
A green LED will be lit within the interface in question indicating that the interface is now online.
Step 4 Add a static route towards the management LAN by entering the following command:
N-PE 10(config)# ip route 172.19.137.0/24 192.168.10.254
(172.19.137.0/24 is an example of the network address of the management LAN. 192.168.10.254 is
an example IP address of the communication link dedicated LAN adapter of Communication Server.)
Step 5 Test the communication to the NEs with ping:
Test communication to the Communication Server with ping:
N-PE 10(config)# exit
N-PE 10# ping 192.168.10.254 (Communication Server LAN adapter)
Step 6 Enter a static route to the node elements in the Workstation:
C:\>route add 192.168.10.0 mask 255.255.255.0 172.19.137.254 -p
Step 7 Enable the communication between the network element and Communication Server.
N-PE 10(config)# bmp-server enable
Once the IP address has been assigned to the interfaces and the static routes have been added to the
NE and the Workstation, you can communicate remotely by Telnet over an Ethernet network.
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8.5.3 Conguring Inband Management
This chapter describes the conguration steps required when establishing the communication to a
new network element from an existing NE (between N-PE 20 and N-PE 10). This conguration
example is based on Fig. 189.
After outband management is congured according to the previous example in N-PE 10, the
following congurations must be added in the NEs to enable inband management to N-PE 20
through N-PE 10. In this example OSPF is used and IGP protocol to establish routing connectivity.
The Tellabs 8600 system supports also other routing protocols, for example IS-IS, which can be
used for route distribution.
N-PE 10
Step 1 Enter the loopback IP address:
N-PE 10> enable
N-PE 10# configure terminal
N-PE 10(config)# interface lo0
N-PE 10(cfg-if)# ip address 10.123.100.10/32
N-PE 10(cfg-if)# no shutdown
N-PE 10(cfg-if)# exit
Step 2 Enter the communication link port IP address:
N-PE 10(config)# interface fe9/1/0
N-PE 10(cfg-if)# description link to N-PE 20
N-PE 10(cfg-if)# ip address 10.123.10.1/30
N-PE 10(cfg-if)# no shutdown
N-PE 10(cfg-if)# exit
Step 3 Congure the OSPF:
N-PE 10(config)# router ospf1
N-PE 10(cfg-ospf[1])# ospf router-id 10.123.100.10
N-PE 10(cfg-ospf[1])# network 192.168.10.0/24 area 0.0.0.0 (address
of the management network)
N-PE 10(cfg-ospf[1])# network 10.123.10.0/30 area 0.0.0.0 (address of
the network between the elements)
N-PE 10(cfg-ospf[1])# network 10.123.100.10/32 area 0.0.0.0
(NE loopback address)
N-PE 10(cfg-ospf[1])# redistribute static
N-PE 20
Step 1 Enter the hostname for the NE if not given yet:
router(config)# hostname N-PE 20
Step 2 Enter the loopback IP address:
N-PE 20> enable
N-PE 20# configure terminal
N-PE 20(config)# interface lo0
N-PE 20(cfg-if)# ip address 10.123.100.20/32
N-PE 20(cfg-if)# no shutdown
N-PE 20(cfg-if)# exit
Step 3 Enter the communication link port IP address:
N-PE 20(config)# interface fe8/1/0
N-PE 20(cfg-if)# description link to existing element N-PE 10
N-PE 20(cfg-if)# ip address 10.123.10.2/30
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N-PE 20(cfg-if)# no shutdown
N-PE 20(cfg-if)# exit
Step 4 Congure the OSPF:
N-PE 20(config)# router ospf1
N-PE 20(cfg-ospf[1])# ospf router-id 10.123.100.20
N-PE 20(cfg-ospf[1])# network 10.123.10.0/30 area 0.0.0.0 (address of
the network between the elements)
N-PE 20(cfg-ospf[1])# network 10.123.100.20/32 area 0.0.0.0
(NE loopback address)
Step 5 Enter a static route to the node elements in the Workstation:
C:\>route add 10.123.100.0 mask 255.255.255.0 172.19.137.254 -p
Step 6 Enter a static route to the node elements in the Communication Server:
C:\>route add 10.123.100.0 mask 255.255.255.0 192.168.10.10 -p
Step 7 Now you should be able to ping and Telnet the loopback addresses of both NEs, N-PE 10 and N-PE
20 from a Workstation or the Communication Server.
C:\>ping <NE loopback address>
Step 8 Enable the communication between the network element and Communication Server.
N-PE 20(config)# bmp-server enable
8.5.4 Management Trafc QoS
The outgoing management trafc QoS can easily be selected using the command:
(config)# mgmt-traffic qos
Using this command the operator can select which QoS class outgoing management trafc uses
(mgmt-trafc qos affects the following protocols: CLI, BMP, including CCN, SNMP and syslog
packets). The default QoS value for management trafc is CS7.
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8.6 Testing Tellabs 8660 Smart Router and Tellabs 8630 Smart Router
Protection Switching
Execute this test only to a redundant Tellabs 8660 smart router or Tellabs 8630 smart router with
two CDCs.
8.6.1 Power
Step 1 Disconnect the power in the working CDC or PIM power source by means of e.g. a circuit breaker.
Make sure the power disconnection does not affect other network elements.
Step 2 Check the network element to determine whether it continues to function or not.
Step 3 Re-establish the CLI session to the protecting CDC. When using the PIM, this step is not applicable.
Step 4 Communicate with Tellabs 8660 smart router or Tellabs 8630 smart router by using the console
PC. For example, read the conguration with Hyper Terminal.
Give the CLI command show running-config or ping to determine whether you are
able to communicate with the network element or not.
Step 5 Connect the power back on in the working CDC or PIM.
See chapter 8.8 Troubleshooting in case of problems.
8.6.2 Management
Step 1 Connect the console PC to the same Ethernet switch with the NE. The console PC must be
congured to the same LAN segment with the NE.
Step 2 Disconnect the LAN cable from the working CDC.
Step 3 Communicate with the NE:
c:\ping <communication port ip address>
You should be able to ping the NE through both, working and protecting, CDCs.
The network elements are now ready to be taken in use with Tellabs 8000 intelligent network
manager.
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8.7 Testing Tellabs 8611 Smart Router Protection Switching
8.7.1 Power
Step 1 Disconnect the primary power source by turning the circuit breaker to the "OFF" position or
removing the fuse on the power distribution unit.
Step 2 Check the network element to determine whether it continues to function or not.
Step 3 Communicate with Tellabs 8611 smart router by using the console PC. For example, read the
conguration with Hyper Terminal.
Give the CLI command show running-config or ping to determine whether you are
able to communicate with the network element or not.
Step 4 Reapply power by turning the circuit breaker to the "ON" position or replacing the fuse on the
power distribution unit.
See chapter 8.8 Troubleshooting in case of problems.
8.7.2 Management
Execute this test only to a redundant Tellabs 8611 smart router with two SCMs.
Step 1 Connect the console PC to the same Ethernet switch with the NE. The console PC must be
congured to the same LAN segment with the NE.
Step 2 Disconnect the LAN cable from the working SCM.
Step 3 Communicate with the NE:
c:\ping <communication port ip address>
You should be able to ping the NE through both, working and protecting, SCMs.
The network elements are now ready to be taken in use with Tellabs 8000 intelligent network
manager.
8.8 Troubleshooting
Problems with the initial startup are often related to a line card, IFM or fan module that is not
correctly seated in its place, or to an incorrect power supply installation. Also a wrong cable
selection or a conguration error causes problems.
8.8.1 Understanding LEDs
The status LEDs on each card will indicate all system states in the startup sequence. By checking
the LEDs, you can determine if some of the NE components failed in the startup sequence.
The meaning of LEDs is explained in the tables below.
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Tellabs 8660 Smart Router and Tellabs 8630 Smart Router CDC
LED Name Color States
Local Alarm RED ON when CDC itself has a fault or is not in inventory.
BLINKING during the following operations:
1) Manually set to forced blinking.
2) If also yellow LED is blinking, the card/NE has reached
shutdown state after "esw-shutdown" command and can be
removed from NE or power can be switched off.
OFF otherwise.
Remote Alarm YELLOW ON when online and CDC detects or suspects fault in some
other network element or remote site.
BLINKING during the following operations:
1) Boot-up sequence.
2) Inventory create.
3) Inventory (backup) restoration.
4) Manually set to forced blinking.
5) If also red LED is blinking, the card/NE has reached
shutdown state after "esw-shutdown" command and can be
removed from NE or power can be switched off.
OFF otherwise.
Active/Master GREEN ON when CDC is online (it is up meaning successful
boot-up sequence nished and start-up permission granted).
Note that online CDC may still contain errors.
BLINKING when manually set to forced blinking.
OFF otherwise.
Tellabs 8660 Smart Router and Tellabs 8630 Smart Router ELC1 Line Card
LED Name Color States
Local Alarm RED ON when card itself has a fault or card is not in inventory.
BLINKING during the following operations:
1) Manually set to forced blinking.
2) Unable to detect backplane type (has poor backplane
contact?); unable to boot up.
3) If also yellow LED is blinking, the card/NE has reached
shutdown state after "esw-shutdown" command and can be
removed from NE or power can be switched off.
OFF otherwise.
Remote Alarm YELLOW ON when error detected in some other card.
BLINKING during the following operations:
1) Boot-up sequence.
2) Inventory create.
3) Inventory (backup) restoration.
4) Manually set to forced blinking.
5) If also red LED is blinking, the card/NE has reached
shutdown state after "esw-shutdown" command and can be
removed from NE or power can be switched off.
OFF otherwise.
On Line GREEN ON when card is active and in inventory.
BLINKING when manually set to forced blinking.
OFF otherwise.
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Tellabs 8660 Smart Router and Tellabs 8630 Smart Router IFC Line Card
LED Name Color States
Local Alarm RED ON when card itself has a fault or card is not in inventory.
BLINKING during the following operations:
1) Manually set to forced blinking.
2) Unable to detect backplane type (has poor backplane
contact?); unable to boot up.
3) If also yellow LED is blinking, the card/NE has reached
shutdown state after "esw-shutdown" command and can be
removed from NE or power can be switched off.
OFF otherwise.
Remote Alarm YELLOW ON when error detected in some other card.
BLINKING during the following operations:
1) Boot-up sequence.
2) Inventory create.
3) Inventory (backup) restoration.
4) Manually set to forced blinking.
5) If also red LED is blinking, the card/NE has reached
shutdown state after "esw-shutdown" command and can be
removed from NE or power can be switched off.
OFF otherwise.
On Line GREEN ON when card is active and in inventory.
BLINKING when manually set to forced blinking.
OFF otherwise.
Tellabs 8620 Smart Router
There are three LEDs to indicate the NE status and one for power OK status.
Led Name Color States
Local Alarm RED ON when NE itself has a fault.
BLINKING during the following operations:
1) Manually set to forced blinking.
2) If also yellow LED is blinking, the card/NE has reached
shutdown state after "esw-shutdown" command and can be
removed from NE or power can be switched off.
OFF otherwise.
Remote Alarm YELLOW ON when online and NE detects or suspects fault in some
other network element or remote site.
BLINKING during the following operations:
1) Boot-up sequence.
2) Inventory create.
3) Inventory (backup) restoration.
4) Manually set to forced blinking.
5) If also red LED is blinking, the card/NE has reached
shutdown state after "esw-shutdown" command and can be
removed from NE or power can be switched off.
OFF otherwise.
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Led Name Color States
Online GREEN ON when NE is online (it is up, meaning successful
boot-up sequence nished and start-up permission granted).
Note that an online NE may still contain errors.
BLINKING when manually set to forced blinking.
OFF otherwise.
Power GREEN ON when NE power is ON.
OFF otherwise.
Tellabs 8620 Smart Router DC Power Input Module
There are two LEDs to indicate the Input voltage OK status.
LED Name Color States
Power A GREEN ON when Input voltage is ON.
OFF otherwise.
Power B GREEN ON when Input voltage is ON.
OFF otherwise.
8x10/100BASE-TX IFM and MFE
There are two green LEDs per each port to indicate the port status.
LED Name Color States
Link State GREEN ON when link is up.
BLINKING when TX or RX or either activity.
OFF when link is down/not detected.
Online GREEN ON when port is online.
OFF when port is in the shutdown state.
8x100BASE-X IFM
There are two green LEDs per each port to indicate the port status.
LED Name Color States
Link State GREEN ON when link is up.
BLINKING when TX or RX or either activity.
OFF when link is down/not detected.
Online GREEN ON when port is online.
OFF when port is in the shutdown state.
2x1000BASE-X IFM and 8x1000BASE-X IFM
Each port has two green LEDs: one for link state and another for indicating link activation state.
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LED Name Color States
Link State GREEN ON when link is up.
OFF when link is down.
Online GREEN ON when port activated from management.
OFF when port inactivated from management.
2+6x10/100/1000BASE-COMBO IFM
Each port has two green LEDs; one for link state and another for port activation state indication.
LED Name Color States
Link Activity GREEN ON when link is up.
OFF when link is down
BLINKING when packets transmitted or received (only in
the electrical ports)
OnLine GREEN ON when port activated from management.
OFF when port is inactivated from management.
8x10/100/1000BASE-TX R2 IFM
Each port has two green LEDs; one for link state and another for port activation state indication.
LED Name Color States
Link Activity GREEN ON when link is up.
OFF when link is down
BLINKING when packets transmitted or received
OnLine GREEN ON when port activated from management.
OFF when port is inactivated from management.
8x100/1000BASE-X R2 IFM
Each port has two green LEDs; one for combined link state and activity and another for port
activation state indication.
LED Name Color States
Link
State/Activity
GREEN ON when link is up.
OFF when link is down.
BLINKING when packets received or transmitted.
OnLine GREEN ON when port activated from management.
OFF when port is inactivated from management.
1x10GBASE-R R2 IFM
Each port has two green LEDs; one for link state and another for port activation state indication.
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LED Name Color States
Link State GREEN ON when link is up.
OFF when link is down
OnLine GREEN ON when port activated from management.
OFF when port is inactivated from management.
8xSTM-1/OC-3 POS IFM
There are two LEDs per each port to indicate port status. The LEDs are located next to the SFP
connector. The RED one is the uppermost or, if the IFM lies horizontally, the left one.
LED Name Color States
Online GREEN ON when the port is active.
BLINKING when manually set to forced blinking.
OFF when the port is shut down.
Alarm RED ON when the port detects an alarm (error or other alarm, local
or remote or loop activated).
BLINKING when manually set to forced blinking.
OFF otherwise.
4xSTM-4/OC-12 POS IFM
There are two LEDs per each port to indicate port status. The LEDs locate above the SFP connector.
LED Name Color States
Alarm RED ON when this physical interface detects an alarm (error
or other alarm, local or remote or loop_activated) that is
remarkable enough to be indicated with a LED. There may
be other alarms (typically of warning severity) that are not
indicated with an interface LED.
OFF otherwise.
BLINKING when manually set to do so.
OnLine GREEN ON when this physical interface is online (so it is up
that means successful bootup sequence nished and startup
permission granted and not shut down administratively). Note
that online IF may still contain errors.
BLINKING when manually set to do so.
OFF otherwise, for example when in shutdown state.
1xSTM-16/OC-48 POS IFM
There is one tricolor LED to indicate the status of the port. The LED is located next to the SFP
connector.
LED Name Color States
Online GREEN ON when the port is active AND there are no alarms.
BLINKING when manually set to forced blinking.
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LED Name Color States
Remote Alarm AMBER ON when the port receives remote reported alarm (error or
other alarm) OR loop is activated in this IF.
BLINKING when manually set to forced blinking.
Local Alarm RED ON when the port detects a local alarm (error or other alarm).
BLINKING when manually set to forced blinking.
Inactive/Shut
Down
OFF All lights are OFF when the unit is inactive or shut down.
4xSTM-1/OC-3 ATM IFM
There is one bicolor green/yellow and one red LED per each port to indicate its status.
The green and yellow LEDs cannot be lighted/activated simultaneously.
LED Name Color States
Alarm RED ON when LOCAL ALARM
OFF when no errors or IF is in INACTIVE/SHUTDOWN
state.
Alarm YELLOW ON when REMOTE ALARM or LOOP ACTIVATED.
OFF when no errors or IF is in INACTIVE/SHUTDOWN
state.
Online GREEN ON when IF active and no errors.
OFF when IF is in INACTIVE/SHUTDOWN state or yellow
LED is on.
1xchSTM-1/chOC-3 Multiservice IFM
There are two LEDs for showing IF status. The upper most LED (bicolor) is for Link Alarm state
Alm. The lower LED is for Online.
LED Name Color States
Alm RED ON when LOCAL ALARM
OFF when no errors or IF is in INACTIVE/SHUTDOWN
state.
Alm YELLOW ON when REMOTE ALARM or LOOP ACTIVATED.
OFF when no errors or IF is in INACTIVE/SHUTDOWN
state.
Online GREEN ON when IF active and no errors.
OFF when IF is in INACTIVE/SHUTDOWN state.
4xchSTM-1/chOC-3 Multiservice IFM
There are two LEDs per each port to indicate port status. The LEDs locate above the SFP connector.
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LED Name Color States
Alarm RED ON when this physical interface detects an alarm (error
or other alarm, local or remote or loop_activated) that is
remarkable enough to be indicated with a LED. There may
be other alarms (typically of warning severity) that are not
indicated with an interface LED.
BLINKING when manually set to do so.
OFF otherwise.
OnLine GREEN ON when this physical interface is online (so it is up
that means successful bootup sequence nished and startup
permission granted and not shut down administratively). Note
that online IF may still contain errors.
BLINKING when manually set to do so.
OFF otherwise, for example when in shutdown state.
24xchE1/chT1 Multiservice and 24xchE1/chT1 Mobile Optimization IFMs
There are red and green LEDs per connector for showing IF status.
LED Name Color States
Alm RED ON when there is LOCAL ALARM.
OFF when there are no errors or the IF is in the
INACTIVE/SHUTDOWN state.
Online GREEN ON when the IF is active and there are no errors.
OFF when the IF is in the INACTIVE/SHUTDOWN state.
Tellabs 8660 Smart Router and Tellabs 8630 Smart Router Fan Modules
There are three LEDs visible on the front edge of the fan module.
LED Name Color States
Power ON GREEN ON when module power is OK.
OFF otherwise.
Alarm, Fan 1
Alarm, Fan 2
RED ON when the fan has failed or is operating incorrectly.
OFF otherwise.
Tellabs 8611 Smart Router SCM
The SCM has four status LEDs, the meaning of which depends on the hosting SCMs active
/ passive status as follows:
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Indicators in Active SCM
LED Name Color States
Local Alarm RED ON indicates Major/Critical level NE alarm or that NE is in
reset state.
BLINKING during the following operations:
1) Command induced verication of Local Alarm LED
operation.
2) If the yellow LED is also blinking, the card/NE has reached
shutdown state after "esw-shutdown" command and can be
removed from the NE or power can be switched off.
OFF otherwise.
Remote Alarm YELLOW ON indicates Minor/Warning level NE alarm.
BLINKING during the following operations:
1) Command induced verication of Remote Alarm LED
operation.
2) If the red LED is also blinking, the card/NE has reached
shutdown state after "esw-shutdown" command and can be
removed from the NE or power can be switched off.
OFF otherwise.
Ready GREEN ON indicates that SCM is operating normally.
BLINKING indicates command induced verication of
Ready Status LED operation.
OFF otherwise.
Master GREEN ON indicates that SCM is operating in the "active" role.
BLINKING indicates command induced verication of
Active Status LED operation.
OFF otherwise.
Indicators in Passive SCM
LED Name Color States
Local Alarm RED BLINKING during the following operations:
1) Command induced verication of Local Alarm LED
operation.
2) If the yellow LED is also blinking, the card/NE has reached
shutdown state after "esw-shutdown" command and can be
removed from the NE or power can be switched off.
OFF otherwise.
Remote Alarm YELLOW BLINKING during the following operations:
1) Command induced verication of Remote Alarm LED
operation.
2) If the red LED is also blinking, the card/NE has reached
shutdown state after "esw-shutdown" command and can be
removed from the NE or power can be switched off.
OFF otherwise.
Ready GREEN ON indicates that SCM is operating normally.
BLINKING indicates command induced verication of Ready
Status LED operation.
OFF otherwise.
Master GREEN BLINKING indicates command induced verication of
Active Status LED operation.
OFF otherwise.
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4x10/100/1000BASE-TX HM
Each port has two green LEDs: one for link state and another for link activation state indication.
LED Name Color States
Online GREEN ON when administrative status for Ethernet interface is online.
BLINKING when manually set to forced blinking.
OFF when administrative status for Ethernet interface is
shutdown or Ethernet link is down.
Link/Activity GREEN ON when Ethernet link is up.
BLINKING when Ethernet link is up and there is transmit
or receive activity.
OFF when Ethernet link is down or in shutdown state.
4x100/1000BASE-X HM
Each port has two green LEDs: one for link state and another for link activation state indication.
LED Name Color States
Online GREEN ON when administrative status for Ethernet interface is online.
BLINKING when manually set to forced blinking.
OFF when administrative status for Ethernet interface is
shutdown or Ethernet link is down.
Link/Activity GREEN ON when Ethernet link is up.
BLINKING when Ethernet link is up and there is transmit
or receive activity.
OFF when Ethernet link is down or in shutdown state.
Tellabs 8609 Smart Router and Tellabs 8607 Smart Router
There are three LEDs to indicate the NE status and one for the power OK status.
LED Name Color States
Local Alarm RED ON when NE itself has a fault.
BLINKING during the following operations:
1) Manually set to forced blinking.
2) If also yellow LED is blinking, the card/NE has reached
shutdown state after "esw-shutdown" command and can be
removed from NE or power can be switched off.
OFF otherwise.
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LED Name Color States
Remote Alarm YELLOW ON when online and NE detects or suspects a fault in another
NE or remote site.
BLINKING during the following operations:
1) Boot-up sequence.
2) Inventory create.
3) Inventory (backup) restoration.
4) Manually set to forced blinking.
5) If also red LED is blinking, the card/NE has reached
shutdown state after "esw-shutdown" command and can be
removed from NE or power can be switched off.
OFF otherwise.
OnLine GREEN ON when NE is online (it is up meaning successful boot-up
sequence nished and startup permission granted). Note that
online NE may still contain errors.
BLINKING when manually set to forced blinking.
OFF otherwise.
Power GREEN ON when NE power is ON.
OFF otherwise.
Tellabs 8611 Smart Router and Tellabs 8609 Smart Router DC Power Module
On the DC power module there is a voltage monitor LED for input voltage detection.
LED Name Color States
Battery voltage GREEN ON when Input voltage is valid
OFF otherwise.
Tellabs 8611 Smart Router and Tellabs 8609 Smart Router DC48 Power Module
On the DC48 power module there is a voltage monitor LED for input voltage detection.
LED Name Color States
Battery voltage GREEN ON when 12V output voltage is valid.
OFF otherwise.
Tellabs 8609 Smart Router and Tellabs 8607 Smart Router Ethernet LEDs
There are two LEDs to indicate the Ethernet port status.
LED Name Color States
Link/Activity GREEN ON when Ethernet link is up.
BLINKING when Ethernet link is up and there is transmit
or receive activity.
OFF when Ethernet link is down or in shutdown state.
Online GREEN ON when administrative status for Ethernet interface is online.
BLINKING when manually set to forced blinking.
OFF when administrative status for Ethernet interface is
shutdown or Ethernet link is down.
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Tellabs 8607 Smart Router DC Power Module
There is a LED on the front panel of the power module to indicate the input voltage status.
LED Name Color States
Input Voltage OK GREEN ON when Input voltage is OK
OFF otherwise.
Tellabs 8611 Smart Router, Tellabs 8609 Smart Router and Tellabs 8607 Smart Router
8x10/100BASE-TX LM
There is one bicolor LED per each interface to indicate its status.
LED Color States
GREEN ON when link is up on the speed 100 Mbps
BLINKING when TX or RX or either activities on the 100 Mbps
OFF when administrative status for interface is ofine.
YELLOW ON when links is up on the speed 10 Mbps
BLINKING when TX or RX or either activities on the 10 Mbps
OFF when administrative status for interface is ofine
Alternate Blinking
GREEN-YELLOW
Link is down and administrative status for interface is online.
Tellabs 8611 Smart Router, Tellabs 8609 Smart Router and Tellabs 8607 Smart Router
8xchE1/chT1 LM
There are three LEDs to indicate the port status. Physically the LEDs are integrated in the RJ-45
connector.
LED Name Color States
Alm RED ON when LOCAL ALARM (LOS/LOF/AIS)
BLINKING when manually set to forced blinking.
OFF when no errors or LM is in INACTIVE/SHUTDOWN
state.
Online GREEN ON when administrative status for interface is online.
BLINKING when manually set to forced blinking.
OFF when administrative status for interface is shutdown or
PDH link is down.
Alm YELLOW ON when REMOTE ALARM (RAI)
OFF when no errors or LM is in INACTIVE/SHUTDOWN
state.
Tellabs 8607 Smart Router 2xADSL LM
There is one LED per port showing the interface status.
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LED Name Color States
DSL1 line GREEN OFF, when the line is unprovisioned or not activated.
SLOW BLINKING, when the line is congured and activated
but not actively training with the far end modem (activation).
FAST BLINKING, when the line is congured, activated
and currently in training process with the far end modem
(initialization).
SOLID GREEN, when the line is in showtime.
DSL2 line GREEN OFF, when the line is unprovisioned or not activated.
SLOW BLINKING, when the line is congured and activated
but not actively training with the far end modem (activation).
FAST BLINKING, when the line is congured, activated
and currently in training process with the far end modem
(initialization).
SOLID GREEN, when the line is in showtime.
POWER GREEN OFF, when power off or LM not activated.
SOLID GREEN when power on and the LM has been activated.
ALARM RED SOLID RED, Failing power on diagnostics.
LAN GREEN Status of Test Interface.
OFF, when there is no Ethernet LAN connection.
SOLID GREEN, when Ethernet connection has been
established.
BLINKING, when data is passing through the port.
ACT GREEN Lit, when there is activity between LM and 8607 chassis.
Tellabs 8607 Smart Router 4xSHDSL LM
There is one bicolor LED per port showing interface statuses.
LED Color States
OFF OFF when interface is in INACTIVE/SHUTDOWN state.
AMBER When interface is congured and activated but not actively trained with
the far end modem
Blinking AMBER When interface is congured , activated and currently in training process
with the far end modem
GREEN When interface is congured and the line is in showtime
Tellabs 8605 Smart Router
There are three LEDs to indicate the NE status and one for the power OK status.
LED Name Color States
Local Alarm RED ON when NE itself has a fault.
BLINKING during the following operations:
1) Manually set to forced blinking.
2) If also yellow LED is blinking, the card/NE has reached
shutdown state after "esw-shutdown" command and can be
removed from NE or power can be switched off.
OFF otherwise.
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LED Name Color States
Remote Alarm YELLOW ON when online and NE detects or suspects a fault in another
NE or remote site.
BLINKING during the following operations:
1) Boot-up sequence.
2) Inventory create.
3) Inventory (backup) restoration.
4) Manually set to forced blinking.
5) If also red LED is blinking, the card/NE has reached
shutdown state after "esw-shutdown" command and can be
removed from NE or power can be switched off.
OFF otherwise.
OnLine GREEN ON when NE is online (it is up meaning successful boot-up
sequence nished and start-up permission granted). Note that
online NE may still contain errors.
BLINKING when manually set to forced blinking.
OFF otherwise.
Power GREEN ON when NE power is ON.
OFF otherwise.
Tellabs 8605 Smart Router Ethernet LEDs
There are two LEDs to indicate the Ethernet port status.
LED Name Color States
Link/Activity GREEN ON when Ethernet link is up.
BLINKING when Ethernet link is up and there is transmit or
receive activity.
OFF when Ethernet link is down or in shutdown state.
Online GREEN ON when administrative status for Ethernet interface is online.
BLINKING when manually set to forced blinking.
OFF when administrative status for Ethernet interface is
shutdown.
Tellabs 8605 Smart Router chE1/chT1 LEDs
There are two LEDs to indicate the chE1/chT1 port status.
LED Name Color States
Alm RED ON when LOCAL ALARM.
BLINKING when manually set to forced blinking.
OFF when no errors.
Online GREEN ON when administrative status for interface is online.
BLINKING when manually set to forced blinking.
OFF when administrative status for interface is shutdown.
Tellabs 8605 Smart Router DS3 LEDs
There are two LEDs to indicate the DS3 port status for each port individually.
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LED Name Color States
Alm RED ON when LOCAL ALARM.
BLINKING when manually set to forced blinking.
OFF when no errors.
Online GREEN ON when administrative status for interface is online.
BLINKING when manually set to forced blinking.
OFF when administrative status for interface is shutdown.
8.8.2 Power Failures
In case the NE does not start properly, the fans do not start operating, and none of the LEDs are
lit after the power is turned on in the NE, check the following:
CDC is properly seated in the backplane of the NE.
DC48 Power Input Module (PIM) for Tellabs 8660 smart router R2 is properly seated in the
backplane of the NE and the power cords are properly connected.
All the circuit breakers in the power feed line are turned on.
Polarity is correct in the power connector and throughout the entire power feed line.
Power supply voltage, current and power is correct.
The power cord is properly seated in Tellabs 8620 smart router.
Using a voltmeter, measure the dc voltage at the power distribution point to ensure the operation
within the range between -40.5 to -60 Vdc.
The fuses may have been blown. Please, contact Tellabs to have them replaced.
8.8.3 Fan Module
The NE fan module should operate whenever the system power is on. The fan LED should be green
(in Tellabs 8660 smart router and Tellabs 8630 smart router only). You should also be able to hear
the fan module to determine whether or not it is operating.
Step 1 Verify that the fan LED on the fan module is green and none of the red LEDs are on.
Step 2 In case the red LED is on or the green LED is not lit, one or more fans in the fan module has
failed. Check the following:
The fan module is properly seated in the backplane of the NE.
There are no bent pins in the fan module connectors.
To ensure that the fan module is properly seated, remove the fan module and reinstall it as instructed
previously in this document.
If the fan module is still not operating after performing the procedures described above, the fan may
be defective and needs to be replaced.
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8.8.4 Line Cards
A green Online LED on each line card and CDC should be lit when the power of the NE is turned
on and the card is active and in the inventory.
Step 1 If all the card status LEDs are off and the card is not shown in CLI, check the following:
The line card might not be fully seated in its slot. Reseat the line card so that both ejector
levers are locked. Tighten the captive installation screws at the top and bottomof the module
front panel.
The line card may not be in the inventory. Try removing and reseating the card. Recreate
the inventory with CLI.
Bad card insertion may also be the cause of other unpredictable behavior.
8.8.5 Interface Modules and Line Modules
The LEDs within each interface module and line module indicate the link state: up or down and
activity.
The green link LED is lit when the cable is plugged, provided the link in the far end is online.
If the LED is not lit:
Check that the port is activated.
Try reconnecting the cable.
Make sure there is no dirt in the optical connector face plate or in the IFM/LM connector jack.
Make sure you are using the right type of cables.
Make sure the Ethernet hub or switch has the correct settings.
8.8.6 Commissioning
NE Communication Problems with CLI
Make sure you have the correct settings in your console program.
Make sure the communication port you are using in your console PC is enabled and working
correctly.
Before entering CLI commands, make sure the NE has completed rebooting.
Communication Problems
In case ping does not work in the network elements:
Review IP addresses and congurations carefully.
Review the routing tables carefully.
Make sure you are using the right type of cables.
Make sure the cables are not faulty.
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9 Required Tools
The telecommunications installers basic tools are required to complete the NE installation. This
chapter lists the tools that are needed in the most common installations.
9.1 Tellabs 8660 Smart Router and Tellabs 8630 Smart Router
Assembly
Tool Description
Pozidriv screwdriver Sizes 1, 3
Screwdriver Size 2
Allen key (not applicable for Tellabs 8660 smart
router R2 subrack)
Size 3
Torx screwdriver Size 10
9.2 Tellabs 8620 Smart Router Installation
Tool Description
Pozidriv screwdriver Sizes 1, 2, 3
Allen key Size 3
Screwdriver Different sizes, depending on the site infrastructure
9.3 Tellabs 8611 Smart Router Installation
Tool Description
Phillips screwdriver Size 2
Pozidriv screwdriver Sizes 1 ,2, 3
Torx screwdriver Size 10
Screwdriver Various sizes
9.4 Tellabs 8609 Smart Router Installation
Tool Description
Phillips screwdriver Size 2
Pozidriv screwdriver Sizes 1, 2, 3
Torx screwdriver Size 10
Screwdriver Various sizes
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9.5 Tellabs 8607 Smart Router Installation
Tool Description
Phillips screwdriver Size 2
Pozidriv screwdriver Sizes 1, 2, 3
Screwdriver Different sizes, depending on the site infrastructure
9.6 Tellabs 8605 Smart Router Installation
Tool Description
Pozidriv screwdriver Sizes 2, 3
Torx screwdriver Size 10
Screwdriver Different sizes, depending on the site infrastructure
9.7 Grounding and Power
Tool Description
Pozidriv screwdriver Size 2
Screwdriver Sizes 2, 3
Allen key Size 4
Abico crimp tool For cable clamps
Cable stripping tool For .8313 mm
2
(618 AWG) cables
Hack saw
Soldering iron
Side cutters For .8313 mm
2
(618 AWG) cables
Knife
Voltmeter
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9.8 Cabling
Electrical Cabling
Tool Description
Precision side cutters
Stripping tool For 4-pair Cat5 UTP/FTP cable
Crimping tool For 4-pair Cat5 UTP/FTP cable
Punch down tool
Optical Cabling
Tool Description
Cleaning set for optical connectors
A container of clean pressurized air For cleaning the optical connector jacks
9.9 Other Material
Item Description
Cable ties / Velcro tape At least three different sizes
Soldering tin
Desoldering braid or tool
Label marker For marking the cabling / network elements
Power screwdriver
ESD wrist strap
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10 ESW Downloading
The actual executable application ESW must be transferred with FTP/SFTP. See instructions for
using SFTP in Tellabs

8600 Smart Routers Management Communications Conguration Guide.


Before using FTP/SFTP, the server must be enabled (it is disabled by default).
router(config)# ftp-server enable
After the ESW download the FTP/SFTP server can be disabled, if required.
The following characterizes the FTP/SFTP:
The mode must be bin (i.e. downloading a binary le).
The transfer will fail if the le system is full, if the ESW directory quota is all used or if the
number of les in the ESW directory has reached its maximum (10).
In Tellabs 8605 smart router download plain ESW le sbz2729_x.y.z to directory
/flash/appl-sw
In Tellabs 8607 smart router download plain ESW le sbz2738_x.y.z to directory
/flash/appl-sw
In Tellabs 8609 smart router download plain ESW le sbz2751_x.y.z to directory
/flash/appl-sw
In Tellabs 8611 smart router ESW is updated using a software package. A pack-
age le pkg_8611_x.y.z is downloaded to directory /flash/appl-sw/slot2 (or
/flash/appl-sw/slot1).
In Tellabs 8620 smart router ESW is updated using a software package. A package le
pkg_8620_x.y.z is downloaded to directory /flash/appl-sw/.
In Tellabs 8630 smart router and Tellabs 8660 smart router ESWis updated using a software pack-
age. Apackage le pkg_8660_x.y.z is downloaded to directory /flash/appl-sw/slot<x>
where <x> is the slot number of a CDC, IFC2 or ELC1 card) (e.g. /flash/appl-sw/slot14
for CDC in slot 14). It is also possible to download and activate an individual ESW to a card, but
it is not recommended.
A software package (PKG) is a le whose name starts with pkg_ (e.g. pkg_8620_3.1.103). The
package may contain several ESWs for several cards, IFMs etc.
In the above le names x.y.z refers to the ESW version number, e.g. 1.5.509 for Tellabs 8605
smart router FP1.5 SP2 GA.
10.1 ESW Downloading Using Windows Explorer
Step 1 Start Windows Explorer.
Step 2 Open an FTP connection to the IP address of the target NE.
For example, if the IP address is 172.19.102.155, clear the Explorer address eld and type:
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ftp://172.19.102.155/
Step 3 If user authentication is enabled, ll in the username and password. Otherwise the FTP connection
will be disconnected.
Step 4 Open the application ESW directory (the directory depends on the NE type, check the appropriate
directory from the list in chapter 10 ESW Downloading).
Step 5 Open a new Explorer window. Move to the directory where the new application software or PKG
le exists.
Step 6 Drag the new application software to the FTP connected application software sub-folder. See details
on the directory in chapter 10 ESW Downloading.
Do not download incompatible application software.
Step 7 If the transfer fails, it might indicate that the ash le system is full.
In the Telnet session or console you can delete all unused application software versions with the
CLI command:
router# delete flash: *
or
router# delete slot * flash: *
Repeat the steps from Step 6.
Fig. 190 File Structure View in Windows Explorer
10.2 ESW Downloading Using Command Prompt FTP Session
Step 1 Start the Command Prompt.
Step 2 Go to the directory where the new downloadable application software or PKG le exists.
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Step 3 Open an FTP connection to the target by typing:
ftp 172.19.102.172
Step 4 If user authentication is enabled, ll in the username and password correctly. Otherwise the FTP
connection will be disconnected.
Step 5 Change the directory to the application software directory (the directory depends on the NE type,
check appropriate directory from the list in chapter 10 ESW Downloading). Type e.g.
cd /flash/appl-sw/
Do not download incompatible application software.
Step 6 Download application software to the target. See details on the directory in chapter 10 ESW
Downloading.
The following commands are needed.
1. Type bin and press Enter.
2. Optional step. Type hash and press Enter if you want to see how the le transfer pro-
gresses.
3. Type put <new PKG or ESW file-name> and press Enter.
Step 7 Wait until the transfer is nished.
Step 8 If the transfer fails, it might indicate that the ash le system is full.
In the Telnet session or console you can delete all unused application software versions with the
CLI command:
router# delete flash: *
or
router# delete slot * flash: *
Repeat the steps from Step 6.
Fig. 191 Software Transference Using FTP in Command Prompt
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10.3 Activating Application Software
The instructions below can be used when taking a new Tellabs 8600 NE into use. If you are
upgrading ESW, see instructions inTellabs

8600 Smart Routers Embedded Software Release Notes.


Step 1 Connect to the target through a console or Telnet connection.
Step 2 If user authentication is enabled, ll in the username and password. Otherwise the connection
will be disconnected.
Step 3 Enter the Privilege command mode by typing the CLI command
router> enable
Step 4 Check the existing software by typing the CLI command
router# show flash:
Step 5 After checking the software, enter the Congure command mode by typing the CLI command
router# configure terminal
Step 6 Use the boot system CLI command to activate and reload ESW to the NE.
E.g. Tellabs 8620 smart router:
router(config)# boot system flash: pkg_8620_3.1.103 reload
E.g. Tellabs 8660 smart router:
router(config)# boot system slot 14 flash: pkg_3.1.103_upg reload
Step 7 After recovery from the reset enter the Privilege command mode by typing the CLI command
router> enable
Step 8 Check the active software by typing the CLI command
router# show sw-version
In Tellabs 8611 smart router, Tellabs 8630 smart router and Tellabs 8660 smart router all cards
should have the same ESW version active. Note that the line cards (IFC1, IFC2, ELC1) and
control card (CDC1) have different ESW names, but the version number (e.g. 3.1.103) should be
the same in all cards.
Step 9 Delete unused ESW les.
E.g. Tellabs 8620 smart router:
router# delete flash: *
E.g. Tellabs 8660 smart router:
router# delete slot * flash: *
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Fig. 192 Activating Application Software Show Flash in Tellabs 8620 Smart Router
Fig. 193 Activating Application Software Show Software Version in Tellabs 8620 Smart
Router
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Fig. 194 Activating Application Software Show Flash in Tellabs 8630 Smart Router
Fig. 195 Activating Application Software Show Software Version in Tellabs 8630 Smart
Router
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Appendix: Commissioning Test Report
Commissioning Test Report
Site Number Site Name
Switch ID
Switch Type Tellabs 8605 smart router
Tellabs 8607 smart router
Tellabs 8609 smart router
Tellabs 8611 smart router
Tellabs 8620 smart router
Tellabs 8630 smart router
Tellabs 8660 smart router
Number of 8x100BASE-X ports
Number of 8x10/100BASE-TX ports
Number of 2x1000BASE-X ports
Number of 8x1000BASE-X ports
Number of 2+6x10/100/1000BASE-COMBO ports
Number of 8x10/100/1000BASE-TX R2 ports
Number of 8x100/1000BASE-X R2 ports
Number of 1x10GBASE-R R2 ports
Number of 8xSTM-1/OC-3 POS ports
Number of 1xSTM-16/OC-48 POS ports
Number of 1xchSTM-1/chOC-3 Multiservice ports
Number of 4xchSTM-1/chOC-3 Multiservice ports
Number of 4xSTM-1/OC-3 ATM ports
Number of 4xSTM-4/OC-12 POS ports
Number of 24xchE1/chT1 Multiservice ports
Number of 24xchE1/chT1 Mobile Optimization ports
Number of 8x10/100BASE-TX ports
(Tellabs 8607 smart router, Tellabs 8609 smart
router and Tellabs 8611 smart router)
Number of 8xchE1/chT1 ports
(Tellabs 8607 smart router, Tellabs 8609 smart router
and Tellabs 8611 smart router)
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Number of 2xADSL ports
(Tellabs 8607 smart router only)
Number of 4xSHDSL ports
(Tellabs 8607 smart router only)
Number of 4x10/100/1000BASE-TX ports
(Tellabs 8611 smart router only)
Number of 4x100/1000BASE-X ports
(Tellabs 8611 smart router only)
Other Interfaces
General Comments
Responsible for Commissioning
Testing
Name Signature
Customers Engineer
Name Signature
Date
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Mechanical Installation
Item Description Checked
1 Network elements are securely tightened to the cabinet/rack.
2 Cable ducts have been installed.
3 Cards are installed into the appropriate slots.
4 Pluggable transceivers are properly plugged in and locked.
5 Ejectors are in closed position.
6 Fastening screws of the cards have been tightened.
7 Empty slots have been covered with cover plates.
8 Sufcient ventilation is provided.
Grounding
Item Description Checked
1 Each network element installed in the cabinet/rack is grounded.
2 Doors of the cabinet are grounded.
3 Side panels of the cabinet are grounded.
4 Roof and oor of the cabinet are grounded.
5 Project-specic mechanical parts are grounded.
6 Cabinet/rack is connected to building ground.
Power
1 -48 Vdc power for Tellabs 8620 smart router DC or for the CDC in
Tellabs 8660 smart router and Tellabs 8630 smart router, or 100240 Vac
for Tellabs 8620 smart router AC is available.
2 DC input cable is provided with a fuse.
3 Primary voltage source is connected to the CDC in slot 14 and in
redundant system the secondary voltage is connected to the CDC in
slot 1.
4 Positive DC battery voltage is connected to the CDC battery input pin 2
(middle) and the negative voltage to pin 3 (upper).
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Data Cabling
Item Description Checked
1 All the cables have been connected to the correct locations.
2 The maximum bend radius is not exceeded.
3 Excessive compression is not directed at the cabling.
4 Data and power cabling is separated.
5 Cables have been labelled at the switch and the termination point.
6 Protective caps and SFP plugs are installed on all unused pluggable
transceivers and interface module connectors.
Network Element Parameters
Item Description Checked
1 Parameters of all installed network elements have been set.
2 IP addresses have been assigned.
3 The interfaces are in the no shutdown state.
4 The inventory has been created
5 The communication (PING) is working to the NE.
Power Protection Switching
Item Description Checked
1 In case of redundant power feed, the functionality of using only either
one of the two power feeds is veried.
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Appendix: Conductor Gauge and Dimension
Comparison Table
AWG CSA/mm
2
/mm
32 0.032 0.20
31 0.040 0.23
30 0.051 0.25
29 0.065 0.29
28 0.081 0.32
27 0.103 0.36
26 0.128 0.40
25 0.162 0.45
24 0.210 0.52
23 0.259 0.57
22 0.324 0.64
21 0.412 0.72
20 0.500 0.80
19 0.636 0.90
18 0.826 1.03
17 1.040 1.15
16 1.340 1.31
15 1.680 1.46
14 2.080 1.63
13 2.630 1.83
12 3.310 2.05
11 4.130 2.29
10 5.260 2.59
9 6.600 2.90
8 8.400 3.27
7 10.600 3.67
6 13.000 4.07
5 16.800 4.62
4 21.000 5.17
3 26.200 5.78
2 33.60 6.54
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Appendix: Site Survey
Overview
The purpose of the site survey is to determine the suitability of the available spaces and distributors
for NE installation. Following the results of the site survey, possible corrective action can be taken
before the actual installation.
Environment
The installation environment for the Tellabs 8600 system should:
Be dry, relatively dust free, well-ventilated and air-conditioned.
Allow adequate clearance for equipment maintenance and cabling.
Ensure sufcient segregation of power and information technology cabling.
Ensure that the effect of electromagnetic interference is minimized.
Allow simplied routing of cabling.
The system generates a signicant amount of heat. It is important to provide a balanced environment
so that the system performs properly and safely. There must be enough space around the system for
adequate ventilation. Inadequate ventilation can cause the system to overheat. The placement of
the system to a relatively full or too narrow space must be avoided. Refer to Tellabs

8600 Smart
Routers Reference Manuals for acceptable ranges of temperature and humidity.
If the equipment is installed in a rack, the oor must be capable of supporting the combined weight
of the rack and the installed equipment.
Power
Verify that the electrical supply meets all AC and DC power requirements.
Find out the lowest possible voltage value of the main DC power supply of the site. You can use this
value when calculating the cross-sectional area of long cabling. This may help in decreasing the
required cross-sectional area.
The site is expected to have:
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-48 Vdc power system with 32 A or less circuit breakers capable of providing a maximum of
1200 Watts per each Tellabs 8660 smart router (for CDC versions older than 4.0 the maximum
power is 940 Watts and the circuit breaker rating should be 25 A or less).
If the DC48 Power Input Modules (PIMs) are used in Tellabs 8660 smart router R2, the
maximum power is 2500 Watts and the circuit breaker rating should be 63 A.
See chapter 5.1.1 Tellabs 8660 Smart Router and Tellabs 8630 Smart Router for more
information.
Tellabs 8660 smart router equipped with CDC V4.0 or higher can be used with power
consumptions of up to 1200 W. Tellabs 8660 smart router equipped with CDC versions older
than V4.0 can be used with power consumptions of up to 1133 W provided that the following
conditions are fullled:
(a) there are two CDC cards installed in the subrack
(b) they are both connected to the operating 48 Vdc battery voltage feeding and
(c) if there is a failure either in the power feeding or in the CDC card, the failure shall be
corrected in three days.
Note that these restrictions do not apply to CDC V4.0 or higher. If only one CDC older than
V4.0 is used, the maximum power consumption is 940 W.
-48 Vdc power system with 16 A or less circuit breakers capable of providing a maximum of
580 Watts per each Tellabs 8630 smart router. See chapter 5.1.1 Tellabs 8660 Smart Router and
Tellabs 8630 Smart Router for more information.
-48 Vdc power system with 6 A or less circuit breakers capable of providing a maximum of
106 Watts per each Tellabs 8620 smart router DC 48. See chapter 5.1.2 Tellabs 8620 Smart
Router DC48 for more information.
-48 Vdc power system with 7.5 A or less circuit breakers capable of providing a maximum of
300 Watts per each Tellabs 8611 smart router. See chapter 5.1.3 Tellabs 8609 Smart Router and
Tellabs 8611 Smart Router DC48 and DC for more information.
-48 Vdc power system with 5 A or less circuit breakers capable of providing a maximum of
120 Watts per each Tellabs 8609 smart router. See chapter 5.1.3 Tellabs 8609 Smart Router and
Tellabs 8611 Smart Router DC48 and DC for more information.
-48 Vdc power system with 3 A or less circuit breakers capable of providing a maximum of
67 Watts per each Tellabs 8607 smart router. See chapter 5.1.4 Tellabs 8607 Smart Router for
more information.
-48 Vdc power system with 3 A or less circuit breakers capable of providing a maximum of
40 Watts per each Tellabs 8605 smart router. See chapter 5.1.5 Tellabs 8605 Smart Router DC48,
DC24 and DC for more information.
+24 Vdc power system with 15 A or less circuit breakers capable of providing a maximum of
300 Watts per each Tellabs 8611 smart router. See chapter 5.1.3 Tellabs 8609 Smart Router and
Tellabs 8611 Smart Router DC48 and DC for more information.
+24 Vdc power system with 10 A or less circuit breakers capable of providing a maximum of
120 Watts per each Tellabs 8609 smart router. See chapter 5.1.3 Tellabs 8609 Smart Router and
Tellabs 8611 Smart Router DC48 and DC for more information.
+24 Vdc power system with 4 A or less circuit breakers capable of providing a maximum of
67 Watts per each Tellabs 8607 smart router. See chapter 5.1.4 Tellabs 8607 Smart Router for
more information.
+24 Vdc power system with 4 A or less circuit breakers capable of providing a maximum of
40 Watts per each Tellabs 8605 smart router. See chapter 5.1.5 Tellabs 8605 Smart Router DC48,
DC24 and DC for more information.
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Protection against shortcircuits and overcurrent.
100240 Vac earthed wall socket outlets within a sufcient distance to Tellabs 8620 smart router
AC.
Grounding
The site is expected to have an appropriate grounding arrangement provided with grounding points
within a reasonable distance to the Tellabs 8600 equipment.
The installation racks and cabinets should have a grounding bar in the middle point to allow as short
grounding cables as possible. The mechanical parts of the rack and shielded installation accessories
within must be grounded.
A one-meter grounding cable is included in the Tellabs 8600 network element delivery for
connecting the NE to the cabinet grounding bar. Each cabinet must be connected individually to the
station earth bar complying with the local requirements.
In case of shielded cabling, each cable shield must be grounded in every installation rack or cabinet.
Cabling
It should be possible to perform the initial and additional cabling complying with the principles
described in Tellabs

8600 Smart Routers Hardware Installation Guide. The site must have
adequate cabling support and strain relief structure available.
The initial and additional quantity of cables must be installed, maintaining the minimum bend radius
and avoiding excessive compression directed at the cable in the complete installation.
The length of patch cables should be minimized.
Adequate segregation for power and signal cabling must be provided.
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Site Survey Check List and Acceptance Form for Tellabs 8600 System
Project and Customer Information
Customer
Project
Contact person(s)
Site
Site number
Address
Telephone
Site readiness status agreed Tellabs representative Customers representative
Name Name
Signature Signature
Exception To be cleared by (date) Action by
Date of inspection
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Site Information
Access time limitations
Need for access pass Yes No
Keys available Yes No
Prior arrangements
Vehicle access Yes No
Parking place Yes No
Loading dock Yes No
Stairs or elevator (if any)
big enough
Yes No
Location of equipment
room
Access to equipment room
Environment
Building work completed Yes No
Air conditioning Yes No
Noticeable dust Yes No
Smell or chemical fumes Yes No
Temperature
Humidity
Raised oor Yes No
Height and material of
raised oor
Any holes to be cut in
ooring tiles
Quantity Size
Special electromagnetic
environmental conditions
Yes, please specify No
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Mechanical and Electrical Data
Dimensions
Type of switch Tellabs 8620
smart router
Tellabs 8630 smart
router
Tellabs 8660 smart router
Tellabs 8605
smart router
Tellabs 8607 smart
router
Tellabs 8609
smart router
Tellabs 8611 smart
router
Number of network elements
Number of cabinets/racks to be
installed
Are the cabinets/racks to be
installed in a row
Yes No
Adequate room for Tellabs
8600 network elements
Yes No
Cabling access to the
cabinets/racks
Top Bottom
Power
Power feed for Tellabs 8600 system 48 Vdc +24 Vdc ____Vac
Adequate 48/24 Vdc power
availability
Yes
No
Absolute minimum dc voltage value
of site power supply
Power feed redundant Yes
No
Any main circuit breakers available?
Specify the rate/type
Yes
No
Rate Type
Any additional circuit breakers
needed. Specify the rate/type
Yes
No
Rate Type
Type of connection (rectier)
Distance to Tellabs 8600 NE
Type of connection (cabinet)
Ac availability Yes, 110 Vac Yes, 230 Vac No
Sockets earthed Yes
No
Type of wall sockets
Distance to Tellabs 8600 NE
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Grounding
Is there a station earth bar available? Yes
No
Distance to
cabinet/rack
Is there a grounding bar in the
cabinet?
Yes
No
Distance to NE
Type of grounding bar
Bolt and crimp ring sizes
Synchronization
Station clock type 120
100
75
Distance to
equipment
Alarm cabling
Distance to equipment
Connection method
Communication link cabling
Redundant Yes
No
Distance to
equipment
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Data Cabling
Number of 8x10/100BASE-TX
site cabling termination implementation in
accordance with
T568A T568B Other
Number of 8x100BASE-X
Number of 2x1000BASE-X
Number of 8x1000BASE-X
Number of 2+6x10/100/1000BASE-COMBO
Number of 8x10/100/1000BASE-TX R2
ports
Number of 8x100/1000BASE-X R2 ports
Number of 1x10GBASE-R R2 ports
Number of 8xSTM-1/OC-3 POS
Number of 1xSTM-16/OC-48 POS
Number of 1xchSTM-1/chOC-3 Multiservice
Number of 4xchSTM-1/chOC-3 Multiservice
Number of 4xSTM-1/OC-3 ATM
Number of 4xSTM-4/OC-12 POS
Number of 24xchE1/chT1 Multiservice
Number of 24xchE1/chT1 Mobile
Optimization
Number of 8x10/100BASE-TX (Tellabs 8607
smart router, Tellabs 8609 smart router and
Tellabs 8611 smart router)
Number of 8xchE1/chT1 (Tellabs 8607 smart
router, Tellabs 8609 smart router and Tellabs
8611 smart router)
Number of 2xADSL (Tellabs 8607 smart
router only)
Number of 4xSHDSL (Tellabs 8607 smart
router only)
Number of 4x10/100/1000BASE-TX (Tellabs
8611 smart router only)
Number of 4x100/1000BASE-X (Tellabs
8611 smart router only)
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Cable trays available Yes No
Cable tray height
Additional cable trays required Yes No
Details of additional cable trays
DDF(s) available for 10/100BASE-TX
Distance to Tellabs 8600 NE
Yes No
Connection method
ODF(s) available for bre optics
Distance to Tellabs 8600 NE
Yes No
Type of bre optic connectors in ODF
Multimode ber type 50 m 62.5 m
Mode-conditioning patch cords required Yes No
Additional DDF(s) required Yes No
Details of additional DDF(s)
Site Reforms (Exceptions)
Reforms to be done at the site
Person responsible for the reforms
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Cables Needed
Power cables (m/ft)
Size mm
2
/ AWG
Grounding cables (m/ft)
CAT5 UTP/FTP cables
Type/length
Type/length
Optical cables
Type/length
Type/length
Other cables
Connectors
Connectors for E1/T1 ports
Other connectors
Other
IP addresses for management network
provided
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Floor Plan
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Plans and Information Supplied
Site plan Yes No
Cabinet layout plan Yes No
Fuse allocations Yes No
Equipment and card layout Yes No
Cabling schematics Yes No
Equipment conguration
instructions
Yes No
Miscellaneous
Obstructions in the cable path
Any underoor work required
Any overhead work required
Loading / unloading details (bay etc.)
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Notes
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End of Life Treatment
End of Life Treatment
Disposal of electrical and electronic waste in member states of the European Union shall be done
according to Directive 2002/96/EC Waste of Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) and
local legislation.
Do not dispose electrical and electronic equipment with unsorted municipal and household waste.
Please consult your local authorities for suitable disposal method for electronic and electrical waste.
Correct handling of the disposed equipment contributes to reuse, recycling and other form of
recovery to protect the environment.
The equipment is marked with the gure shown below, to indicate that the equipment must be
collected separately.
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