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UMUX NEBRA/NEBRO

Technical data

Ethernet transport

Performance monitoring
Ethernet over SDH characteristics
SDH card type
Capacity
Number of EoS ports
Virtual concatenation
Ethernet characteristics
Frames
Number of MAC addresses
VLAN support
Spanning Tree
Traffic prioritisation
NEBRA interfaces
Optical front interfaces

Tributary card
Up to 63 x VC-12/3 x VC-3
8
On VC-12 and VC-3 level
Standard IEEE 802.3 frames and baby jumbo frames up to
1,600 bytes supported
Up to 4096
VLAN tagging or pass-through (IEEE 802.1Q)
VLAN tag stacking (IEEE 802.1ad)
Spanning Tree according to IEEE 802.1D
Rapid Spanning Tree (IEEE 802.1w)
4 x CoS queues per port (IEEE 802.1p)
4 cages supporting SFP 100Base-FX
2 cages supporting SFP 100Base-FX or GbE plug-in modules

NEBRO interfaces
Electrical front interfaces

Optical front interfaces


Protection
SDH
Power
Maximum power consumption per card
Dimensions
Module width (4 TE)
3rd party interoperability
Ethernet
Ethernet over SDH
Operating Environments
Temperature range
Humidity

Switch bypass mode or standard IEEE 802.3 frame


switching based on port or VLAN tag ID
Standard EoS (Ethernet over SDH) transport
ITU-T G.707 virtual concatenation
ITU-T G.7041 GFP
ITU-T G.7042 LCAS
SDH monitoring according to ITU-T G.826
Ethernet monitoring

4 x 10/100Base according IEEE 802.3 auto-negotiating


full/half-duplex mode, automatic MDI/MDIX crossover,
RJ-45 connectors
2 cages supporting SFP 100Base-FX or GbE plug-in modules
SNCP protection scheme
13 W
1 slot
With standard Ethernet equipment
Transparent for legacy SDH equipment and interoperable with EoS
standard compliant nodes
According to UMUX environmental specification
According to UMUX environmental specification

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Find your local contact on www.keymile.com
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Enable your SDH access network to deliver Ethernet services

2006-03-06 KEYMILE. Our products are subject to continuous development and we reserve the right to amend specifications without notice.

Supported services
Ethernet switching

Ethernet over SDH (EoS)


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Traffic prioritization
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delivery of Ethernet based
business services is a growing
need for public and private
network operators. The UMUX
modules NEBRA/NEBRO open
the world of Fast Ethernet and
Gigabit Ethernet transport on
SDH access networks (EoS,
Ethernet over SDH).

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Fast and Gigabit Ethernet


Electrical and optical
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Applications
With the NEBRA/NEBRO units
the UMUX multi-service access
platform offers cost effective Fast
Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet
connectivity combined with the
proven reliability and manageability
of SDH networks.
This makes it ideal for bandwidth
intensive point-to-point
applications like corporate internet
access, LAN interconnections and
VPNs (Virtual Private Networks).
Furthermore NEBRA/NEBRO

support point-to-multipoint
services with a typical application
being the connection of branch
offices to the head office.
Thanks to the carrier grade
reliability of UMUX and the
protected Ethernet over SDH
transport, NEBRO/NEBRA
are used as well in dedicated
networks of railways, power
utilities and other private
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allows operators to choose
between SDH and Ethernet
backhaul for their data traffic.
Ethernet over SDH (EoS):
EoS is transported over the
backplane to an SDH
aggregate unit.
Optical Ethernet:
In this mode one of the front
Ethernet interfaces is used for
backhaul traffic.
Traffic prioritisation, VLAN
tagging and Rapid Spanning
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Ethernet service delivery with NEBRO Ethernet through regional SDH network

Ethernet over SDH


Using EoS (Ethernet over SDH),
the Ethernet frames are
encapsulated in SDH by using
GFP (Generic Frame Protocol)
and transported through the
SDH network in a VC-12 or VC-3
group (virtual concatenation).
The Ethernet over SDH
transport on the network side
is in accordance with the relevant
ITU-T standards and permits
transparent operation with
legacy SDH equipment as well
as interworking with any other
EoS standard compliant
equipment.

LCAS
NEBRA/NEBRO provide LCAS
(Link Capacity Adjustment Scheme)
capabilities. With LCAS network
operators are in the position to
offer Ethernet services with
dynamically increased or
decreased capacities.

Seamless Migration
The existing base of UMUX 1500
and UMUX 1200 chassis is
compatible with the NEBRA/
NEBRO plug-in modules.
Hence UMUX network elements
can be smoothly upgraded to
support new broadband
Ethernet services.

The ability to support EoS and


Ethernet backhaul transmission
NEBRA/NEBRO enable network
operators to migrate further to
overlay Ethernet networks while
re-using the installed base.

One Management System


The management of the various
types of services and transport
functions is all centralized under
the umbrella of the UCST/UNEM
system. This enables the operator
to act in a familiar environment
and accelerates the provisioning
process.

Contact
Contact us to find out more
about NEBRA/NEBRO and the
UMUX platform.

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Hr
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UM

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Optical Ethernet
directly from a
NEBRA in
street cabinet

Giga
bit

Each module provides six


Ethernet interfaces to connect
your customers.
NEBRA
4 x SFP cages for 100Base-FX
2 x SFP cages for 100Base-FX
or Gigabit Ethernet
NEBRO
4 x 10/100Base-T
2 x SFP cages for 100Base-FX
or Gigabit Ethernet

TS

N
PST

Gigabit Ethernet
overlay is
alternative if
Ethernet over
SDH is not used

0
20
X 1EBRO
U
N
M

The flexibility of NEBRA/NEBRO


allows operators to choose
between SDH and Ethernet
backhaul for their data traffic.
Ethernet over SDH (EoS):
EoS is transported over the
backplane to an SDH
aggregate unit.
Optical Ethernet:
In this mode one of the front
Ethernet interfaces is used for
backhaul traffic.
Traffic prioritisation, VLAN
tagging and Rapid Spanning
Tree Protocol are supported in
both modes.

1)

M-

(ST

ce
Voi

l
iona ork
Reg netw
SDH

wit

1)

STM
H(

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Ser

er

Da

ta

m
far

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Braice 1A
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Traffic Backhaul

H
SD

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Ethernet

UMUX with NEBRA/NEBRO at the heart of a first NGN installation

Interfaces

PO

N age
Man

DN
/IS

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X
MU

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Ethernet service delivery with NEBRO Ethernet through regional SDH network

Ethernet over SDH


Using EoS (Ethernet over SDH),
the Ethernet frames are
encapsulated in SDH by using
GFP (Generic Frame Protocol)
and transported through the
SDH network in a VC-12 or VC-3
group (virtual concatenation).
The Ethernet over SDH
transport on the network side
is in accordance with the relevant
ITU-T standards and permits
transparent operation with
legacy SDH equipment as well
as interworking with any other
EoS standard compliant
equipment.

LCAS
NEBRA/NEBRO provide LCAS
(Link Capacity Adjustment Scheme)
capabilities. With LCAS network
operators are in the position to
offer Ethernet services with
dynamically increased or
decreased capacities.

Seamless Migration
The existing base of UMUX 1500
and UMUX 1200 chassis is
compatible with the NEBRA/
NEBRO plug-in modules.
Hence UMUX network elements
can be smoothly upgraded to
support new broadband
Ethernet services.

The ability to support EoS and


Ethernet backhaul transmission
NEBRA/NEBRO enable network
operators to migrate further to
overlay Ethernet networks while
re-using the installed base.

One Management System


The management of the various
types of services and transport
functions is all centralized under
the umbrella of the UCST/UNEM
system. This enables the operator
to act in a familiar environment
and accelerates the provisioning
process.

Contact
Contact us to find out more
about NEBRA/NEBRO and the
UMUX platform.

UMUX NEBRA/NEBRO

Technical data

Ethernet transport

Performance monitoring
Ethernet over SDH characteristics
SDH card type
Capacity
Number of EoS ports
Virtual concatenation
Ethernet characteristics
Frames
Number of MAC addresses
VLAN support
Spanning Tree
Traffic prioritisation
NEBRA interfaces
Optical front interfaces

Tributary card
Up to 63 x VC-12/3 x VC-3
8
On VC-12 and VC-3 level
Standard IEEE 802.3 frames and baby jumbo frames up to
1,600 bytes supported
Up to 4096
VLAN tagging or pass-through (IEEE 802.1Q)
VLAN tag stacking (IEEE 802.1ad)
Spanning Tree according to IEEE 802.1D
Rapid Spanning Tree (IEEE 802.1w)
4 x CoS queues per port (IEEE 802.1p)
4 cages supporting SFP 100Base-FX
2 cages supporting SFP 100Base-FX or GbE plug-in modules

NEBRO interfaces
Electrical front interfaces

Optical front interfaces


Protection
SDH
Power
Maximum power consumption per card
Dimensions
Module width (4 TE)
3rd party interoperability
Ethernet
Ethernet over SDH
Operating Environments
Temperature range
Humidity

Switch bypass mode or standard IEEE 802.3 frame


switching based on port or VLAN tag ID
Standard EoS (Ethernet over SDH) transport
ITU-T G.707 virtual concatenation
ITU-T G.7041 GFP
ITU-T G.7042 LCAS
SDH monitoring according to ITU-T G.826
Ethernet monitoring

4 x 10/100Base according IEEE 802.3 auto-negotiating


full/half-duplex mode, automatic MDI/MDIX crossover,
RJ-45 connectors
2 cages supporting SFP 100Base-FX or GbE plug-in modules
SNCP protection scheme
13 W
1 slot
With standard Ethernet equipment
Transparent for legacy SDH equipment and interoperable with EoS
standard compliant nodes
According to UMUX environmental specification
According to UMUX environmental specification

Looking for more information?


Find your local contact on www.keymile.com
or contact us: info@keymile.com ...

Enable your SDH access network to deliver Ethernet services

2006-03-06 KEYMILE. Our products are subject to continuous development and we reserve the right to amend specifications without notice.

Supported services
Ethernet switching

Ethernet over SDH (EoS)


H

SD
IP rnet
e
Eth

VLAN tag stacking


Traffic prioritization
acc. to 802.1p

Eo

LCAS support
t
abi t
Gigherne
Et

N
E
B
R
A

N
E
B
R
O

RO
EB
500 A/N room
1
R
nt
UX EB
et
UMith Nuipmecabin
w eq eet
in r str
o

ase

B
100
E
Gb

Reliable and cost efficient


delivery of Ethernet based
business services is a growing
need for public and private
network operators. The UMUX
modules NEBRA/NEBRO open
the world of Fast Ethernet and
Gigabit Ethernet transport on
SDH access networks (EoS,
Ethernet over SDH).

Fast and Gigabit Ethernet


Electrical and optical
customer interfaces

FX

e
Bas
100

Applications
With the NEBRA/NEBRO units
the UMUX multi-service access
platform offers cost effective Fast
Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet
connectivity combined with the
proven reliability and manageability
of SDH networks.
This makes it ideal for bandwidth
intensive point-to-point
applications like corporate internet
access, LAN interconnections and
VPNs (Virtual Private Networks).
Furthermore NEBRA/NEBRO

support point-to-multipoint
services with a typical application
being the connection of branch
offices to the head office.
Thanks to the carrier grade
reliability of UMUX and the
protected Ethernet over SDH
transport, NEBRO/NEBRA
are used as well in dedicated
networks of railways, power
utilities and other private
network operators.