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ZXA10 C300M

Multi-Service Access Equipment

Hardware Description
Version: V2.1

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Revision History
Revision No.

Revision Date

Revision Reason

R1.0

2011-05-30

First Edition

Serial Number: SJ-20110609141242-002


Publishing Date: 2011-05-30 (R1.0)

Contents
About This Manual ......................................................................................... I
Chapter 1 Cabinets..................................................................................... 1-1
1.1 Overview ........................................................................................................... 1-1
1.2 Cabinet Outline .................................................................................................. 1-1
1.3 Cabinet Layout................................................................................................... 1-2
1.4 Technical Specifications...................................................................................... 1-7

Chapter 2 Shelves ...................................................................................... 2-1


2.1 Overview ........................................................................................................... 2-1
2.2 ETSI 21inch Shelf............................................................................................. 2-1
2.3 IEC 19inch Shelf .............................................................................................. 2-4
2.4 Shelf Cascade ................................................................................................... 2-6

Chapter 3 Cards.......................................................................................... 3-1


3.1 Overview ........................................................................................................... 3-1
3.2 Control Switching Card ....................................................................................... 3-2
3.2.1 SCGM Card ............................................................................................. 3-2
3.2.2 MAPP Sub-card ....................................................................................... 3-5
3.3 VoIP Processing Card......................................................................................... 3-5
3.3.1 VPWL Card.............................................................................................. 3-6
3.3.2 VoIP Sub-Card ......................................................................................... 3-8
3.4 Narrowband Subscriber Card .............................................................................. 3-8
3.4.1 PTWV Card ............................................................................................. 3-9
3.4.2 DBWD Card........................................................................................... 3-12
3.4.3 DEWU Card........................................................................................... 3-14
3.4.4 DEWB Card ........................................................................................... 3-16
3.5 xDSL Card....................................................................................................... 3-18
3.5.1 ASWV Card ........................................................................................... 3-19
3.5.2 VSWE Card ........................................................................................... 3-21
3.5.3 VSWK Card ........................................................................................... 3-23
3.5.4 VMWK Card........................................................................................... 3-25
3.5.5 SSWG Card........................................................................................... 3-27
3.6 Splitter Card..................................................................................................... 3-29
3.6.1 PWVN Card ........................................................................................... 3-30
3.6.2 PWKN Card ........................................................................................... 3-32

3.7 FTGH Card ...................................................................................................... 3-35


3.8 CICG Card....................................................................................................... 3-38
3.9 Uplink Cascade Card........................................................................................ 3-41
3.9.1 GCFD Card............................................................................................ 3-41
3.9.2 GCTD Card............................................................................................ 3-43
3.10 Uplink Card .................................................................................................... 3-45
3.10.1 GUFQ Card ......................................................................................... 3-46
3.10.2 GUSQ Card ......................................................................................... 3-48
3.10.3 GUTQ Card ......................................................................................... 3-51
3.10.4 GPUC Card ......................................................................................... 3-53
3.11 PRWG Card ................................................................................................... 3-56
3.12 Fan Box ......................................................................................................... 3-57
3.13 Backplane...................................................................................................... 3-58
3.13.1 MWEB Backplane ................................................................................ 3-58
3.13.2 MWIB Backplane.................................................................................. 3-59

Figures............................................................................................................. I
Tables ............................................................................................................ III
Index ...............................................................................................................V
Glossary .......................................................................................................VII

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About This Manual


Purpose
At first, thank you for choosing the ZXA10 C300M Multi-Service Access Equipment of ZTE
Corporation!
The ZXA10 C300M Multi-Service Access Equipment is an access device. The ZXA10
C300M supports the access of both the narrowband service and broadband service. The
SS provides the narrowband service and the ISP provides the broadband service.
This manual provides the hardware description of the ZXA10 C300M.

Intended Audience
This document is intended for:
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Network planning engineer


Installation and debugging engineer
On-site maintenance engineer
Network monitoring engineer
System maintenance engineer
Data configuration engineer

Prerequisite Skill and Knowledge


To use this document effectively, users should have a general understanding of network
technology. Familiarity with the following is helpful:
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The ZXA10 C300M system and its various components


Maintenance procedures
Local operating procedures

What Is in This Manual


This manual contains the following chapters:
Manual Contents
Chapter

Summary

Chapter 1, Cabinets

Describes the cabinet outline, cabinet configuration, and


technical specifications.

Chapter 2, Shelves

Describes the shelf structure and configuration.

Chapter 3, Cards

Describes the cards supported by the ZXA10 C300M.

Conventions
ZTE documents employ the following typographical conventions.
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Typeface

Meaning

Italics

References to other Manuals and documents.

Quotes

Links on screens.

Bold

Menus, menu options, function names, input fields, radio button names, check
boxes, drop-down lists, dialog box names, window names.

CAPS

Keys on the keyboard and buttons on screens and company name.


Note: Provides additional information about a certain topic.

Checkpoint: Indicates that a particular step needs to be checked before


proceeding further.
Tip: Indicates a suggestion or hint to make things easier or more productive
for the reader.

Mouse operation conventions are listed as follows:


Typeface

Meaning

Click

Refers to clicking the primary mouse button (usually the left mouse button) once.

Double-click

Refers to quickly clicking the primary mouse button (usually the left mouse
button) twice.

Right-click

Refers to clicking the secondary mouse button (usually the right mouse button)
once.

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Chapter 1

Cabinets
Table of Contents
Overview ....................................................................................................................1-1
Cabinet Outline ..........................................................................................................1-1
Cabinet Layout ...........................................................................................................1-2
Technical Specifications .............................................................................................1-7

1.1 Overview
The ZXA10 C300M uses the following two types of cabinets:
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19-inch indoor cabinet B6030-22C-IB (for IEC 19-inch shelf)


21-inch indoor cabinet B6030-22C-EB (for ETSI 21-inch shelf)

B6030-22C-IB and B6030-22C-EB have the same outlook.

1.2 Cabinet Outline


Figure 1-1 shows the B6030-22C cabinet outline.

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Figure 1-1 B6030-22C Cabinet Outline

1.3 Cabinet Layout


ETSI 21inch Cabinet Layout
Figure 1-2 shows the 21inch cabinet layout with splitter shelves.

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Figure 1-2 21inch Cabinet Layout (with Splitter Shelf)

Figure 1-3 shows the 21inch cabinet layout without splitter shelves.

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Figure 1-3 21inch Cabinet Layout (without Splitter Shelf)

IEC 19inch Cabinet Layout


Figure 1-4 shows the 19inch cabinet layout with splitter shelves.
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Figure 1-4 19inch Cabinet Layout (with Splitter Shelf)

Figure 1-5 shows the 19inch cabinet layout without splitter shelves.

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Figure 1-5 19inch Cabinet Layout (without Splitter Shelf)

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1.4 Technical Specifications


Cabinet Dimensions
2200 mm 600 mm 300 mm (Height Width Depth)

Cabinet Weight
200 kg (full configuration)

Environment Requirements
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Temperature: 5 to +55
Relative humidity: 10% to 95%

Note:
Too low or too high ambient temperature may cause the device to work improperly. It
is recommended that air conditioners should be installed in cabinet room.
It is not recommended to put the cabinet in a humid place. Humidity-proof device
should be available in the humid places. Antistatic floor should be laid in the
lower-temperature places.

Floor
It is recommended to use antistatic floor.

Cleanness
Cleanness includes dust and corrosive gas. The device should be placed in a cabinet
room that satisfies the following requirements:

There should be no explosive, conductive, electromagnetic-conductive or


corrosive dust.

Dust concentration with diameter over 5 m should not be more than 3 104
grains/m3.

There should be no corrosive gas and conductive gas, such as SO2, NH3.

Keep cabinet room clean, door open and window sealed.

Electromagnetic interference
The field strength is less than/equal to 140 dB V/m. The frequency ranges from 0.01
MHz to 110000 MHz.

Fireproof

All material in cabinet room is fireproof.

The cable holes on the walls should be filled with fire-retardant materials.
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Fire extinguisher or auto fire control system should be available in the cabinet
room.

Power Supply
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-48 V DC power
Range: -57 V to -40 V

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Shelves
Table of Contents
Overview ....................................................................................................................2-1
ETSI 21inch Shelf.....................................................................................................2-1
IEC 19inch Shelf ......................................................................................................2-4
Shelf Cascade............................................................................................................2-6

2.1 Overview
The ZXA10 C300M uses the following two types of shelves:
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IEC 19inch shelf


ETSI 21inch shelf

A 19inch shelf and a 21inch shelf share the same cards except backplanes and fans.

2.2 ETSI 21inch Shelf


Shelf Outline
The ETSI 21inch shelf dimensions are 449 mm 535 mm 255 mm (Height Width
Depth), as shown in Figure 2-1.

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Figure 2-1 21inch Shelf Dimensions

Shelf configuration
Figure 2-2 shows the 21inch shelf configuration.
Figure 2-2 21inch Shelf Configuration

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Width of slots 0/1/10/11/21/22 is 25 mm. Width of other slots is 22.5 mm.


In the slots 0/1 and 21/22 you can install two 4.5U-high cards respectively. The slots
0/1 are for the power card and the slots 21/22 are for the uplink card.
VoIP card can be installed only in slot 6 to slot 9.
Slot 20 is used for either the common interface card or subscriber card.

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Splitter shelf
The 21inch splitter shelf dimensions are 399 mm 535 mm 255 mm (Height Width
Depth), as shown in Figure 2-3.
Figure 2-3 21inch Splitter Shelf Dimensions

Figure 2-4 shows the 21inch splitter shelf configuration.


Figure 2-4 21inch Splitter Shelf Configuration

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2.3 IEC 19inch Shelf


Shelf outline
The IEC 19inch shelf dimensions are: 443.7 mm 482.6 mm 255 mm (Height Width
Depth), as shown in Figure 2-5.
Figure 2-5 19inch Shelf Dimensions

Shelf configuration
Figure 2-6 shows the 19inch shelf configuration.
Figure 2-6 19inch Shelf Configuration

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Width of slots 0/1/10/11/19/20 is 25 mm. Width of other slots is 22.5 mm.


In the Slot 0/1 and Slot 19/20 you can install two 4.5U-high cards respectively. The
Slot 0/1 is for the power card and Slot 19/20 is for the uplink card.
VoIP card can be installed only in Slot 6 to Slot 9.
Slot 18 is used for either common interface card or subscriber card.

Splitter shelf
An 19inch splitter shelf dimensions are 399 mm 482.6 mm 255 mm (Height Width
Depth), as shown in Figure 2-7.
Figure 2-7 19inch Splitter Shelf Dimensions

Figure 2-8 shows the 19inch splitter shelf configuration.

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Figure 2-8 19inch Splitter Shelf Configuration

2.4 Shelf Cascade


ZXA10 C300M supports two cascade modes:
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Single shelf unit


The uplink cascade card is only used for the uplink purpose.

Multiple shelves unit

A master shelf cascades two slave shelves through the uplink cascade cards, as
shown in Figure 2-9.
Figure 2-9 Shelf Cascade

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The upper uplink cascade card in master shelf is connected to the upper uplink
cascade card in slave shelves.

The lower uplink cascade card in master shelf is connected to the lower uplink
cascade card in slave shelves.

A pair of cascade cables work in either 1+1 or 1:1 protection mode.

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Cards
Table of Contents
Overview ....................................................................................................................3-1
Control Switching Card...............................................................................................3-2
VoIP Processing Card ................................................................................................3-5
Narrowband Subscriber Card .....................................................................................3-8
xDSL Card ...............................................................................................................3-18
Splitter Card .............................................................................................................3-29
FTGH Card ..............................................................................................................3-35
CICG Card ...............................................................................................................3-38
Uplink Cascade Card ...............................................................................................3-41
Uplink Card ..............................................................................................................3-45
PRWG Card .............................................................................................................3-56
Fan Box ...................................................................................................................3-57
Backplane ................................................................................................................3-58

3.1 Overview
The ZXA10 C300M shelf is composed of cards and a fan set. Table 3-1 lists all the cards
supported.
Table 3-1 Card list
Type

Name

Description

Control and switching card

SCGM

Control and switching card

APP network processor

MAPP

APP network processor sub-card

PTWV

64port POTS subscriber card

DBWD

16port ISDN BRI subscriber card

DEWU

16port E1 unbalance interface card

DEWB

16port E1 balance interface card

VoIP processing card

VPWL

Voice processing card

VoIP sub-card

VOPSE/1W

Voice processor sub-card

sub-card
Narrowband subscriber card

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Type

Name

Description

Broadband subscriber card

ASWV

64port ADSL2+ subscriber card

VSWE

24port VDSL2 subscriber card

VSWK

48port VDSL2 subscriber card

VMWK

48port VDSL2 subscriber card

SSWG

32port SHDSL subscriber card

PWVN

64port ADSL splitter card

PWKN

48port VDSL splitter card

Ethernet interface card

FTGH

16 ports GE PTP Ethernet interface card

Common interface card

CICG

Common interface card

Uplink/cascade card

GCFD

2 GE optical port uplink/cascading card

GCTD

2 GE electrical port uplink/cascading card

GUFQ

4 GE optical port uplink card

GUSQ

2 GE optical port + 2 GE electrical port uplink card

GUTQ

4 GE electrical port uplink card

GPUC

GPON ONT uplink card one port

Power card

PRWG

General power card

Backplane

MWEB

21inch shelf backplane

MWIB

19inch shelf backplane

Splitter card

Uplink card

3.2 Control Switching Card


The ZXA10 C300M uses the SCGM control and switching cards.
The MAPP sub-card is also used for the VoIP service and control stream network address
translation.

3.2.1 SCGM Card


Overview
The SCGM card is the service switching and control center of the system. It works in the
active/standby mode and is located in the slot 10 and 11 of the shelf.
The SCGM card has the following features:
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Acts as service switching and management control center.


Supports 31 GE (full-duplex) Ethernet switching and 16 K16 K time slot TDM
switching.
Provides external management interface.
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Works in active/standby mode.


Supports NAT function with MAPP card.
Supports the VOPSE daughter card.

Panel
Figure 3-1 shows the SCGM panel.
Figure 3-1 SCGM Panel

Indicator
Table 3-2 lists the indicator descriptions for the SCGM card.

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Table 3-2 SCGM Indicator Description


Indicator

Status

Description

RUN

Green LED flashes.

Card is normal.

Red LED is ON.

Card is faulty.

Green LED is ON.

Card is active.

Green LED is OFF.

Card is standby.

Red LED is ON.

Card flash or SD card is working. Do not plug SD

ACT

HDD

card or SCGL board.


Red LED is OFF.

Card flash and SD card are idle.

Interface
Table 3-3 lists the interface descriptions for the SCGM card.
Table 3-3 SCGM Interface Description
Interface

Description

SD

SD socket, for importing/exporting data.

CLI

RS232 port, for local debugging.

10/100 M

10 M/100 M eletrical port, for out-of-band network management.

Button
The RST button is used for resetting card.

Principle Architecture
Figure 3-2 shows the principle architecture of the SCGM card.

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Figure 3-2 SCGM Principle Architecture

Specification
Table 3-4 lists the specifications of the SCGM card.
Table 3-4 SCGM Card Specification
Item

Specification

Dimensions

395.5 mm 25 mm 225 mm (Height Width Depth)

Power consumption

12 Watt

Hot-swappable

Supported

3.2.2 MAPP Sub-card


MAPP sub-card performs VoIP service and control stream network address translation. It
also processes ARP packets, ping packets and encrypts card numbers for certain voice
channels.

3.3 VoIP Processing Card


The ZXA10 C300M uses the following VoIP processing cards:
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VPWL
VoIP sub-card

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3.3.1 VPWL Card


Overview
The VPWL card processes TDM voice to IP packets in upstream and IP packets to TDM
voice in downstream. It provides maximum 960 channels for VoIP processing.
VPWL card supports the following functions:
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Tone and voice generating
CID receiving/transmitting

Panel
Figure 3-3 shows the VPWL panel.

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Figure 3-3 VPWL Panel

Indicator
Table 3-5 lists the indicator description for the VPWL card.
Table 3-5 VPWL Indicator Description
Indicator

Status

Description

RUN

Green LED flashes.

Card is normal.

Red LED is ON.

Card is faulty.

Principle Architecture
Figure 3-4 shows the principle architecture of the VPWL card.

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Figure 3-4 VPWL Principle Architecture

Specification
Table 3-6 lists the specifications of the VPWL card.
Table 3-6 VPWL Specification
Item

Specification

Dimensions

395.5 mm 22.5 mm 225 mm (Height Width Depth)

Power consumption

15 Watt (including VoIP sub-card)

Hot-swappable

Supported

3.3.2 VoIP Sub-Card


The VoIP sub-card works as the media gateway voice processing sub-system. It performs
the transformation between TDM voice signal and IP packets.
ZXA10 C300M supports the VOPSE/1W VoIP daughter card, which supports maximum
256 voice signal processing channels, and can be inserted into the SCGM card or VPWL
card.

3.4 Narrowband Subscriber Card


The ZXA10 C300M uses the following narrowband subscriber cards:
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PTWV
DBWD
DEWU
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DEWB

3.4.1 PTWV Card


Overview
The PTWV card provides 64 POTS subscriber interfaces. It support polarity reversal billing
and 12KC/16KC billing.
The PTWV card supports the following BORSCHT functions:
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B (Battery): Feed function


O: Over voltage protection
R: Ringing
S: Supervision
C: Code and decode
H: Hybrid 2-/4- wire conversion
T: Test function

Panel
Figure 3-5 shows the PTWV panel.

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Figure 3-5 PTWV Panel

Indicator
Table 3-7 lists the indicator descriptions for the PTWV card.
Table 3-7 PTWV Indicator Description
Indicator

Status

Description

RUN

Green LED flashes.

Card is normal.

Red LED is ON.

Card is faulty.

Interface
Table 3-8 lists the interface descriptions for the PTWV card.
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Table 3-8 PTWV Interface Description


Interface

Description

USER1

Connects to POTS subscriber.

USER2

Connects to POTS subscriber.

Principle Architecture
Figure 3-6 shows the principle architecture of the PTWV card.
Figure 3-6 PTWV Principle Architecture

Specification
Table 3-9 lists the specifications of the PTWV card.
Table 3-9 PTWV Specification
Item

Specification

Dimensions

395.5 mm 22.5 mm 225 mm (Height Width


Depth)

Power consumption

25 Watt (When 15% subscribers are in call.)

Hot-swappable

Supported

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3.4.2 DBWD Card


Overview
DBWD provides 16 ISDN BRI (2B + D) subscriber interfaces. It works in line terminal
(LT) mode and provides remote power supply to network terminal (NT). The remote power
supply function can be enabled or disabled using a command.

Panel
Figure 3-7 shows the DBWD panel.
Figure 3-7 DBWD Panel

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Indicator
Table 3-10 lists the indicator description for the DBWD card.
Table 3-10 DBWD Indicator Description
Indicator

Status

Description

RUN

Green LED flashes.

Card is normal.

Red LED is ON.

Card is faulty.

Interface
Table 3-11 lists the interface description for the DBWD card.
Table 3-11 DBWD Interface Description
Interface

Description

USER

Connects to ISDN subscriber.

Principle Architecture
Figure 3-8 shows the principle architecture of the DBWD card.
Figure 3-8 DBWD Principle Architecture

Specification
Table 3-12 lists the specifications of the DBWD card.

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Table 3-12 DBWD Specification


Item

Specification

Dimensions

395.5 mm 22.5 mm 225 mm (Height Width


Depth)

Power consumption

12 Watt (no remote power supply)

Hot-swappable

Supported

3.4.3 DEWU Card


Overview
DEWU provides 16 ISDN PRI (30B + D) subscriber interfaces. It works in line terminal
(LT) mode and provides remote power supply to network terminal (NT). The remote power
supply function can be enabled or disabled by using a command.

Panel
shows the DEWUFigure 3-9 panel.

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Figure 3-9 DEWU Panel

Indicator
Table 3-13 lists the indicator description for the DEWU card
Table 3-13 DEWU Indicator Description
Indicator

Status

Description

Green LED flashes.

Card is normal.

Red LED flashes.

Card is faulty.

RUN

Interface
Table 3-14 lists the interface description for the DEWU card.

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Table 3-14 DEWU Interface Description


Interface

Description

USER

Connects to ISDN-PRI subscriber.

Principle Architecture
Figure 3-10 shows the principle architecture of the DEWU card
Figure 3-10 DEWU Principle Architecture

Specification
Table 3-15 lists the specifications of the DEWU card.
Table 3-15 DEWU Specification
Item

Specification

Dimension

395.5 mm 22.5 mm 225 mm (Height Width Depth)

Power consumption

20 W (no remote power supply)

Hot-swappable

Supported

3.4.4 DEWB Card


Overview
DEWB provides 16 ISDN PRI (30B + D) subscriber interfaces. It works in line terminal
(LT) mode and provides remote power supply to network terminal (NT). The remote power
supply function can be enabled or disabled by using a command.

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Panel
Figure 3-11 shows the DEWB panel.
Figure 3-11 DEWB Panel

Indicator
Table 3-16 lists the indicator description for the DEWB card
Table 3-16 DEWB Indicator Description
Indicator

Status

Description

Green LED flashes.

Card is normal.

Red LED flashes.

Card is faulty.

RUN

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Table 3-17 lists the interface description for the DEWB card.
Table 3-17 DEWB Interface Description
Interface

Description

USER

Connects to ISDN-PRI subscriber.

Principle Architecture
Figure 3-12 shows the principle architecture of the DEWB card
Figure 3-12 DEWB Principle Architecture

Specification
Table 3-18 lists the specifications of the DEWB card.
Table 3-18 DEWB Specification
Item

Specification

Dimension

395.5 mm 22.5 mm 225 mm (Height Width Depth)

Power consumption

20 W (no remote power supply)

Hot-swappable

Supported

3.5 xDSL Card


The ZXA10 C300M uses the following xDSL cards:
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ASWV
VSWE
VSWK
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SSWG

3.5.1 ASWV Card


Overview
ASWV card provides interfaces for 64 ADSL/ADSL2+ subscribers. It works with PWVN
card.

Panel
Figure 3-13 shows the ASWV card panel.
Figure 3-13 ASWV Panel

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Indicator
Table 3-19 lists the indicator description for the ASWV card.
Table 3-19 ASWV Indicator Description
Indicator

Status

Description

RUN

Green LED flashes.

Card is normal.

Red LED is ON.

Card is faulty.

Interface
Table 3-20 lists the interface description of the ASWV card.
Table 3-20 ASWV Interface Description
Interface

Description

ADSL1

Connects to ADSL1 interface on PWNV card.

ADSL2

Connects to ADSL2 interface on PWNV card.

Principle Architecture
Figure 3-14 shows the principle architecture of the ASWV card.
Figure 3-14 ASWV Principle Architecture

Specification
Table 3-21 lists the specifications of the ASWV card.
Table 3-21 ASWVC Card Specification
Item

Specification

Dimensions

395.5 mm 22.5 mm 225 mm (Height Width Depth)


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Item

Specification

Power consumption

72 Watt (All subscribers are active.)

Hot-swappable

Supported

3.5.2 VSWE Card


Overview
VSWE card provides interfaces for 24 VDSL2 subscribers. It has an embedded POTS
splitter.

Panel
Figure 3-15 shows the VSWE card panel.

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Figure 3-15 VSWE Panel

Indicator
Table 3-22 lists the indicator description for the VSWE card.
Table 3-22 VSWE Indicator Description
Indicator

Status

Description

RUN

Green LED flashes.

Card is normal.

Red LED is ON.

Card is faulty.

Interface
Table 3-23 lists the interface description for the VSWE card.
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Table 3-23 VSWE Interface Description


Interface

Description

USER

Connects to VDSL2 subscriber.

PSTN

Connects to PSTN network.

Principle Architecture
Figure 3-16 shows the principle architecture of the VSWE card.
Figure 3-16 VSWE Principle Architecture

Specification
Table 3-24 lists the specifications of the VSWE card.
Table 3-24 VSWE Specification
Item

Specification

Dimensions

395.5 mm 22.5 mm 225 mm (Height Width Depth)

Power consumption

45 Watt (All subscribers are active in 17a mode.)

Hot-swappable

Supported

3.5.3 VSWK Card


Overview
VSWK card provides 48port external VDSL2 subscriber interface for the PWKN splitter.

Panel
Figure 3-17 shows the VSWK panel.

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Figure 3-17 VSWK Panel

Indicator
Table 3-25 lists the indicator description for the VSWK card.
Table 3-25 VSWK Indicator Description
Name

Color

Description

RUN

Green LED flashes.

Card is normal.

Red LED is ON.

Card is faulty.

Interfaces
Table 3-26 lists the interface description for the VSWK card.
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Table 3-26 VSWK Interface Description


Interface

Name

Description

VDSL1

VDSL1

Subscriber interface, for external subscriber card

VDSL2

VDSL2

Subscriber interface, for external subscriber card

Principle Architecture
Figure 3-18 shows the principle architecture of the VSWK card.
Figure 3-18 VSWK Principle Architecture

Specification
Table 3-27 lists the specifications of the VSWK card.
Table 3-27 VSWK Specification
Item

Specification

Dimensions

395.5 mm x 22.5 mm x 225 mm (Height x Width x Depth)

Power consumption

78 Watt (activating all the subscribers)

Hot-swappable

Supported

3.5.4 VMWK Card


Overview
The VMWK card provides 48port VDSL2 subscriber interfaces with the MELT function.

Panel
Figure 3-19 shows the VMWK panel.
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Figure 3-19 VMWK Panel

Indicator
Table 3-28 lists the indicator description of the VMWK card.
Table 3-28 VMWK Indicator Description
Indicator

Status

Description

RUN

Green LED fleshes.

Card is normal.

Red LED is ON.

Card is faulty.

Interface
Table 3-29 lists the interface description for the VMWK card.
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Table 3-29 VMWK Interface Description


Interface

Name

Description

VDSL1

VDSL interface 1

Subscriber interface

VDSL2

VDSL interface 2

Subscriber interface

Principle Architecture
Figure 3-20 shows the principle architecture of the VMWK card.
Figure 3-20 VMWK Principle Architecture

Specification
Table 3-30 lists the specifications of the VMWK card.
Table 3-30 VMWK Specification
Item

Specification

Dimensions

395.5 mm x 22.5 mm x 225 mm (Height x Width x Depth)

Power consumption

72 Watt (activating all the subscribers)

Hot-swappable

Supported

3.5.5 SSWG Card


Overview
The SSWG card provides 32port SHDSL subscriber interfaces.

Panel
Figure 3-21 shows the SSWG panel.
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Figure 3-21 SSWG Panel

Indicator
Table 3-31 lists the indicator description of the SSWG card.
Table 3-31 SSWG Indicator Description
Indicator

Color

Description

RUN

Green LED flashes.

Card is normal.

Red LED is ON.

Card is faulty.

Interface
Table 3-32 lists the interface description of the SSWG card .
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Table 3-32 SSWG Interface Description


Interface

Name

Description

USER

SHDSL interface

Subscriber interface

Principle Architecture
Figure 3-22 shows the principle architecture of the SSWG card.
Figure 3-22 SSWG Principle Architecture

Specification
Table 3-33 lists the specifications of the SSWG card.
Table 3-33 SSWG Specification
Item

Specification

Dimensions

395.5 mm x 22.5 mm x 225 mm (Height x Width x Depth)

Power consumption

35 Watt (activating all the subscribers)

Hot-swappable

Supported

3.6 Splitter Card


The ZXA10 C300M uses the following splitter cards:
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PWVN
PWKN

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3.6.1 PWVN Card


Overview
The PWVN card is an ADSL splitter card, which works with the ASWV subscriber card

Panel
Figure 3-23 shows the PWVN panel.
Figure 3-23 PWVN Panel

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Interface
The PWVN card provides six external interface for 64core cable.Table 3-34 lists the
interface description for the PWVN card.
Table 3-34 PWVN Interface Description
Interface

USER1

USER2

ADSL1

ADSL2

PSTN1

PSTN2

Name

Description

1 to 32 ports subscriber external line


interfaces

Hybrid phone and data signal cable


leading out from the front panel for
subscribers

33-64 ports subscriber external line


interfaces

Hybrid phone and data signal cable


leading out from the front panel for
subscribers

1-32 ports ADSL interfaces for ADSL


user cards

High-frequency data signal cable


leading out from the front panel to the
ADSL subscriber card

33-64 ports ADSL interfaces for ADSL


subscriber card

High-frequency data signal cable


leading out from the front panel to the
ADSL subscriber card

1-32 ports POTS splitter interfaces for

Phone signal cable leading out from

POTS subscriber card

the front panel for PSTN

33-64 ports POTS splitter interfaces

Phone signal cable leading out from

for POTS subscriber card

the front panel for PSTN

Principle Architecture
Figure 3-24 shows the principle architecture of the PWVN card.
Figure 3-24 PWVN Principle Architecture

Specification
Table 3-35 lists the specifications of the PWVN card.
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Table 3-35 PWVN Specification


Item

Specification

Dimensions

395.5 mm x 22.5 mm x 225 mm (Height x Width x Depth)

Power consumption

0 Watt

Hot-swappable

Supported

3.6.2 PWKN Card


Overview
The PWKN card is a VDSL splitter card, which works with the VSWK subscriber card:

Panel
Figure 3-25 shows the PWKN panel.

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Figure 3-25 PWKN Panel

Interface
The PWKN card provides six external interfaces for 48core cable.Table 3-36 lists the
interface description.
Table 3-36 PWKN Interface Description
Interface

USER1

Name

Description

124 ports subscriber external line


interfaces

Hybrid phone and data signal cable


leading out from the front panel for
subscribers

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USER2

VDSL1

VDSL2

PSTN1

PSTN2

Name

Description

2448 ports subscriber external line


interfaces

Hybrid phone and data signal cable


leading out from the front panel for
subscribers

124 ports VDSL interfaces for VDSL


subscriber card

High-frequency data signal cable


leading out from the front panel to the
VDSL subscriber card

2448 ports VDSL interfaces for VDSL


subscriber card

High-frequency data signal cable


leading out from the front panel to the
VDSL subscriber card

124 ports POTS splitter interfaces for

Phone signal cable leading out from

POTS subscriber card

the front panel for PSTN

2448 ports splitter interfaces for

Phone signal cable leading out from

POTS subscriber card

the front panel for PSTN

Principle Architecture
Figure 3-26 shows the principle architecture of the PWKN card.
Figure 3-26 PWKN Principle Architecture

Specification
Table 3-37 lists the specifications of the PWKN card.
Table 3-37 PWKN Specification
Item

Specification

Dimensions

395.5 mm x 22.5 mm x 225 mm (Height x Width x Depth)

Power consumption

0 Watt

Hot-swappable

Supported

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3.7 FTGH Card


Overview
The FTGH card adopts wavelength division multiplexing. It needs an optical fiber for
sending and receiving. Therefore, it is greatly suitable for those occasions that access
layer is in great demand of optical fibers and optical fibers are in short, to achieve device
interconnection. FTGH can save a large number of optical fiber resources and thus reduce
the network construction cost.
The FTGH card is mainly applied in the following scenarios:
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VIP dedicated line


Because each user exclusively possesses an optical fiber, he can be provided the
most reliable optical-layer security isolation.

Base station back-hual


The FTGH card can provide base station with networking through associated mode
or PTP loop.

Device interconnection
When optical fiber resources are in short, PTP can be used for device interconnection.

Panel
Figure 3-27 shows the FTGH panel.

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Figure 3-27 FTGH Panel

Indicator
Table 3-38 lists the indicator descriptions for the FTGH card.
Table 3-38 FTGH Indicator Description
Indicator

Color

RUN

OFF

Description
The card powers OFF or CPU is
not started.

Only green LED is ON.

The card self-checking


completes but fails to receive
data from the main control card
or NM.

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Color

Description

Only green LED flashes quickly.

The card is downloading data


from the main control card or
NM.

Only green LED flashes slowly.

The card is working properly.

Only red LED is ON.

Card hardware failure

Red LED flashes slowly.

This card should not be inserted


in this slot.

Yellow LED flashes slowly.

The software version of line


card does not match that of the
main control card. The service
is normal.

ACTi (i=1, 2, 3, ... 16)

Green LED is OFF.

No. i GE/FE optical interface is


not connected.

Green LED is constantly ON.

No. i GE/FE optical interface is


connected (LINK).

Green LED flashes.

No. i GE/FE optical interface is


sending and receiving the data
(ACTIVE).

Interface
The FTGH card provides 16 FE/GE optical interfaces.

Button
The RST button is used for resetting card.

Principle Architecture
Table 3-39 shows the principle architecture of the FTGH card.

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Figure 3-28 FTGH Principle Architecture

Specification
Table 3-39 lists the specifications of the FTGH card.
Table 3-39 FTGH Specification
Item

Specification

Dimensions

395.5 mm 22.5 mm 225 mm (Height Width


Depth)

Power consumption

15 Watt

Hot-swappable

Supported

3.8 CICG Card


Overview
The CICG card provides BITS clock input/output interfaces, as well as monitoring
interfaces for environment parameters such as temperature, humidity, smoke, flood and
security. It also provides Ethernet port, serial port and digital input/output interfaces for
monitoring external equipment.

Panel
Figure 3-29 shows the CICG panel.

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Figure 3-29 CICG Panel

Indicator
Table 3-40 lists the indicator description for the CICG card.
Table 3-40 CICG Indicator Description
Indicator

Status

Description

RUN

Green LED flashes.

Card is normal.

Red LED is ON.

Card is faulty.

Green LED flashes.

Data is received/transmitted.

Green LED is ON.

Link is ON.

ETH1

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Status

Description

ETH2

Green LED flashes.

Data is received/transmitted.

Green LED is ON.

Link is ON.

Interface
Table 3-41 lists the interface description for the CICG card.
Table 3-41 CICG Interface Description
Interface

Description

CLKI1

Connects to the 1st BITS clock input.

CLKI2

Connects to the 2nd BITS clock input.

CLKO

Connects to BITS E1 clock output.

ETH1

Out-of-band network management port

ETH2

RJ45 Ethernet port, for peripheral management

COM

RS232 serial port, for peripheral management

232/485

RS232/RS485 optional, for peripheral management

DIN

Digital input interface, 4channel

DOT

Digital output interface, 4channel

TMP

Connects to temperature sensor.

HUM

Connects to humidity sensor.

SMO

Connects to smoke sensor.

LIQ

Connects to soak sensor.

DOR

Connects to security sensor, 4channel.

Principle Architecture
Figure 3-30 shows the principle architecture of the CICG card.

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Figure 3-30 CICG Principle Architecture

Specification
Table 3-42 lists the specifications of the CICG card.
Table 3-42 CICG Specification
Item

Specification

Dimensions

395.5 mm 22.5 mm 225 mm (Height Width


Depth)

Power consumption

8 Watt

Hot-swappable

Supported

3.9 Uplink Cascade Card


ZXA10 C300M supports the following uplink cascade cards:
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GCFD Card
GCTD Card

3.9.1 GCFD Card


Overview
The GCFD card provides two GE optical uplink ports and one cascade port.

Panel
Figure 3-31 shows the GCFD card panel.

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Figure 3-31 GCFD Panel

Indicator
Table 3-43 lists the indicator description of the GCFD card.
Table 3-43 GCFD Indicator Description
Indicator

Status

Description

RUN

Green LED flashes.

Card is normal.

Red LED is ON.

Card is faulty.

Green LED is ON.

GE1 link is up.

Green LED is OFF.

GE2 link is down.

Green LED flashes.

Data is transmitted/received.

Green LED is ON.

GE2 link is up.

Green LED is OFF.

GE2 link is down.

Green LED flashes.

Data is transmitted/received.

ACT1

ACT2

Interface
Table 3-44 lists the interface description of the GCFD card.

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Table 3-44 GCFD Interface Description


Interface

Description

CASC

Cascade port, 50pin socket

GE1 (SFP)

1st GE uplink port

GE2 (SFP)

2nd GE uplink port

Principle Architecture
Figure 3-32 shows the principle architecture of the GCFD card.
Figure 3-32 GCFD Principle Architecture

Specification
Table 3-45 lists the specifications of the GCFD card.
Table 3-45 GCFD Specification
Item

Specification

Dimensions

196.8 mm x 25 mm x 225 mm (Height Width Depth)

Power consumption

8 Watt

Hot-swappable

Suppored

3.9.2 GCTD Card


Overview
The GCTD card provides two 10/100/1000 M adaptive electrical uplink ports and one
cascade port.

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Figure 3-33 shows the GCTD card panel.
Figure 3-33 GCTD Panel

Indicator
Table 3-46 lists the indicator description of the GCTD card.
Table 3-46 GCTD Indicator Description
Indicator

Status

Description

RUN

Green LED flashes.

Card is normal.

Red LED is ON.

Card is faulty.

Green LED is ON.

GE1 link is up.

Green LED is OFF.

GE1 link is down.

Green LED flashes.

Data is transmitted/received.

Green LED is ON.

GE2 link is up.

Green LED is OFF.

GE2 link is down.

Green LED flashes.

Data is transmitted/received.

ACT1

ACT2

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Table 3-47 lists the interface description of the GCTD card.
Table 3-47 GCTD Interface Description
Interface

Description

CASC

Cascade port, 50pin socket

GE1 (RJ45)

1st GE uplink port

GE2 (RJ45)

2nd GE uplink port

Principle Architecture
Figure 3-34 shows the principle architecture of the GCTD card.
Figure 3-34 GCTD Principle Architecture

Specification
Table 3-48 lists the specifications of the GCTD card.
Table 3-48 GCTD Specification
Item

Specification

Dimensions

196.8 mm x 25 mm x 225 mm (Height Width Depth)

Power consumption

8 Watt

Hot-swappable

Supported

3.10 Uplink Card


The ZXA10 C300M uses the following uplink cards:
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GUFQ
GUSQ
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GUTQ
GPUC

3.10.1 GUFQ Card


Overview
The GUFQ card is a 4-port GE optical interface Ethernet uplink card.

Panel
Figure 3-35 shows the GUFQ panel.
Figure 3-35 GUFQ Panel

Indicator
Table 3-49 lists the indicator descriptions for the GUFQ card.

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Table 3-49 GUFQ Indicator Description


Indicator

Status

Description

RUN

OFF

The card is not powered on or the CPU is not started.

Green LED is

constantly ON.

The card completes self-test but fails to receive


data from the control and switching card or the
NMS.

The card is downloading version from the control


and switching card.

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Green LED flashes

There is no legal version.

The card runs properly.

slowly every two


seconds.
Green LED flashes

The card is downloading data from the control and

quickly.

switching card or the NMS.

Red LED is

Card hardware failure (self-test failure or version

constantly ON.

conflict), or card is restarted.

Red LED flashes

The card is installed in the wrong slot (does not

slowly every two

match the configuration on the NMS).

seconds.
Yellow LED flashes

The software version of the card does not match that

slowly every two

of the control and switching card (the auto-update

seconds.

function is not enabled on the card). The service


runs properly.

ACTi (i=1, 2, 3, 4)

Green LED is OFF.

No. i GE optical interface is not connected.

Green LED is

No. i GE optical interface is connected (LINK).

constantly ON.
Green LED flashes.

No. i GE optical interface is sending and receiving


the data (ACTIVE).

Interface
GUFQ provides four SFP optical interfaces (GE1 - GE4).

Principle Architecture
Figure 3-36 shows the principle architecture of the GUFQ card.

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Figure 3-36 GUFQ Principle Architecture

Specification
Table 3-50 lists the specifications of the GUFQ card.
Table 3-50 GUFQ Specification
Item

Specification

Dimensions

197.75 mm 25 mm 225 mm (Height Width Depth)

Power consumption

8W

Hot-swappable

Supported

3.10.2 GUSQ Card


Overview
The GUSQ card is a 2-port GE optical and 2-port 10/100/1000M electrical interface
Ethernet uplink card.

Panel
Figure 3-37 shows the GUSQ panel.

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Figure 3-37 GUSQ Panel

Indicator
Table 3-51 lists the indicator descriptions for the GUSQ card.
Table 3-51 GUSQ Indicator Description
Indicator

Status

Description

RUN

OFF

The card is not powered on or the CPU is not


started.

Green LED is constantly ON.

The card completes self-test but fails


to receive data from the control and
switching card or the NMS.

The card is downloading version from the

There is no legal version.

control and switching card.

Green LED flashes slowly

The card runs properly.

every two seconds.


Green LED flashes quickly.

The card is downloading data from the control


and switching card or the NMS.

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Status

Description

Red LED is constantly ON.

Card hardware failure (self-test failure or


version conflict), or card is restarted.

Red LED flashes slowly

The card is installed in the wrong slot (does

every two seconds.

not match the configuration on the NMS).

Yellow LED flashes slowly

The software version of the card does not

every two seconds.

match that of the control and switching card


(the auto-update function is not enabled on the
card). The service runs properly.

ACTi (i=1, 2, 3, 4)

Green LED is OFF.

No. i interface is not connected.

Green LED is constantly ON.

No. i interface is connected (LINK).

Green LED flashes.

No. i interface is sending and receiving the


data (ACTIVE).

Interface
The GUSQ card provides two optical interfaces (GE1/GE2) and two electrical interfaces
(GE3/GE4).

Principle Architecture
Figure 3-38 shows the principle architecture of the GUSQ card.
Figure 3-38 GUSQ Principle Architecture

Specification
Table 3-52 lists the specifications of the GUSQ card.

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Table 3-52 GUSQ Specification


Item

Specification

Dimensions

197.75 mm 25 mm 225 mm (Height Width Depth)

Power consumption

5W

Hot-swappable

Supported

3.10.3 GUTQ Card


Overview
The GUTQ card provides four GE (10/100/1000 M adaptive) electrical uplink ports.

Panel
Figure 3-39 shows the GUTQ panel.
Figure 3-39 GUTQ Panel

Indicator
Table 3-53 lists the indicator descriptions for the GUTQ card.
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Table 3-53 GUTQ Indicator Description


Indicator

Status

Description

RUN

Green LED flashes.

Card is normal.

Red LED is ON.

Card is faulty.

Green LED is ON.

GE1 link is up.

Green LED is OFF.

GE2 link is down.

Green LED flashes.

Data is transmitted/received.

Green LED is ON.

GE2 link is up.

Green LED is OFF.

GE2 link is down.

Green LED flashes.

Data is transmitted/received.

Green LED is ON.

GE3 link is up.

Green LED is OFF.

GE3 link is down.

Green LED flashes.

Data is transmitted/received.

Green LED is ON.

GE4 link is up.

Green LED is OFF.

GE4 link is down.

Green LED flashes.

Data is transmitted/received.

ACT1

ACT2

ACT3

ACT4

Interface
Table 3-54 lists the interface description for the GUTQ card.
Table 3-54 GUTQ Interface Description
Interface

Description

GE1

1st GE uplink port, RJ45 interface

GE2

2nd GE uplink port, RJ45 interface

GE3

3rd GE uplink port, RJ45 interface

GE4

4th GE uplink port, RJ45 interface

Principle Architecture
Figure 3-40 shows the principle architecture of the GUTQ card.

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Figure 3-40 GUTQ Principle Architecture

Specification
Table 3-55 lists the specifications of the GUTQ card.
Table 3-55 GUTQ Specification
Item

Specification

Dimensions

196.8 mm x 25 mm x 225 mm (Height Width Depth)

Power consumption

10 Watt

Hot-swappable

Supported

3.10.4 GPUC Card


Overview
The GPUC card provides one or twoGPON ONU uplink interfaces, which apply with the
ITU-T G.984 standards. It provides up to 2488 Mbps downstream rate and 1244 Mbps
upstream rate.

Panel
Figure 3-41 shows the GPUC panel.

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Figure 3-41 GPUC Panel

Indicator
Table 3-56 lists the indicator descriptions for the GPUC card.
Table 3-56 GPUC Indicator Description
Indicator

Status

Description

RUN

OFF

The card is not powered on or the CPU is not started.

Green LED is

The card completes self-test but has not received

constantly ON.

data from the control and switching card or the NMS.

Green LED flashes

The card runs properly.

slowly every two


seconds.
Green LED flashes

The card is downloading data from the control and

quickly.

switching card or the NMS.

Red LED is

Card hardware failure (self-test failure or version

constantly ON.

conflict), or the card is restarted.

Red LED flashes

The card is installed in the wrong slot (does not

slowly every two

match the configuration on the NMS).

seconds.
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Status

Description

Yellow LED is

constantly ON.

and switching card.


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ACT1

The card is downloading version from the control


There is no legal version.

Green LED is OFF.

The GPON interface is not connected.

Green LED is

The GPON interface is connected (LINK).

constantly ON.
Green LED flashes.

The GPON interface is sending and receiving the


data (ACTIVE).

Interface
GPUC provides one or two SFP optical interfaces (GE1 - GE2).

Principle Architecture
Figure 3-42 shows the principle architecture of the GPUC card.
Figure 3-42 GPUC Principle Architecture

Specification
Table 3-57 lists the specifications of the GPUC card.
Table 3-57 GPUC Specification
Item

Specification

Dimensions

197.75 mm 25 mm 225 mm (Height Width Depth)

Power consumption

7W

Hot-swappable

Supported

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3.11 PRWG Card


Overview
The PRWG card requires 48 V/60 V DC external power supply and provides power to
each card on the ZXA10 C300M. The system supports two power cards. When the input
voltage of two power supplies is equal, the two PRWG cards work in loadbalance mode.

Panel
Figure 3-43 shows the PRWG panel.
Figure 3-43 PRWG Panel

Indicator
Table 3-58 lists the indicator descriptions for the PRWG card.
Table 3-58 PRWG Indicator Description
Indicator

Status

Description

PWR

Green LED is ON.

Power is ON.

RUN

Green LED is ON.

The card is running properly.

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Interface
PRWG provides a power interface (PWR) and two test interfaces (TST1/TST2, reserved).

Principle Architecture
Figure 3-44 shows the principle architecture of the PRWG card.
Figure 3-44 PRWG Principle Architecture

Specification
Table 3-59 lists the specifications of the PRWG card.
Table 3-59 PRWG Specifications
Item

Value

Dimensions

197.75 mm 25 mm 225 mm (Height Width Depth)

Power consumption

3W

Hot-swappable

Supported

3.12 Fan Box


Overview
Fan box supports the following functions:
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Lowers system temperature


Displays fan working status and speed
Performs real-time control on fan speed according to temperature set on NMS
Reports fan status to NMS

Panel
Figure 3-45 shows the fan box panel.

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Figure 3-45 Fan Box Panel

Indicator
Table 3-60 lists the indicator description for the fan box.
Table 3-60 Fan Box Indicator Description
Indicator

Status

Description

RUN

Green LED is ON.

Fan runs normally.

ALM

Red LED is ON.

Fan is faulty.

Specification
Table 3-61 lists the specifications of the fan box .
Table 3-61 Fan Box Specification
Item

Specification

Dimensions

43.6 mm 490.5 mm 248 mm (Height Width Depth)

Power consumption

5 Watt (maximum)

3.13 Backplane
The ZXA10 C300M uses the following backplanes:
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MWEB
NWIB

3.13.1 MWEB Backplane


Overview
MWEB is a 21inch shelf backplane.
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DIP switch
There is a 4digit DIP switch on backplane.
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When all digits are in OFF position, the corresponding shelf works as the master shelf.
Otherwise, the corresponding shelf works as the slave shelf.

Panel
Figure 3-46 shows the MWEB panel.
Figure 3-46 MWEB Panel

Interface
MWEB has the following interfaces:
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Control switching card interfaces


Subscriber card interfaces
Power card interfaces: 48 V, 48 V GND, 3.3 V, GND
Fan box interfaces: 48 V, 48 V GND, fan detect/control

Dimension
The dimension of the MWEB card is 440 mm 489 mm (Height Width).

3.13.2 MWIB Backplane


Overview
MWIB is a 19inch shelf backplane.
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There is a 4digit DIP switch on backplane.
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When all digits are in OFF position, the corresponding shelf works as the master shelf.
Otherwise, the corresponding shelf works as the slave shelf.

Panel
Figure 3-47 shows the MWIB panel.
Figure 3-47 MWIB Panel

Interface
MWIB has the following interfaces:
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Control switching card interfaces


Subscriber card interfaces
Power card interfaces: 48 V, 48 V GND, 3.3 V, GND
Fan box interfaces: 48 V, 48 V GND, fan detect/control

Dimension
The dimension of the MWIB card is 435 mm 437 mm (Height Width).

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Figure 1-1 B6030-22C Cabinet Outline ..................................................................... 1-2
Figure 1-2 21inch Cabinet Layout (with Splitter Shelf) ............................................. 1-3
Figure 1-3 21inch Cabinet Layout (without Splitter Shelf) ........................................ 1-4
Figure 1-4 19inch Cabinet Layout (with Splitter Shelf) ............................................. 1-5
Figure 1-5 19inch Cabinet Layout (without Splitter Shelf) ........................................ 1-6
Figure 2-1 21inch Shelf Dimensions........................................................................ 2-2
Figure 2-2 21inch Shelf Configuration ..................................................................... 2-2
Figure 2-3 21inch Splitter Shelf Dimensions............................................................ 2-3
Figure 2-4 21inch Splitter Shelf Configuration ......................................................... 2-3
Figure 2-5 19inch Shelf Dimensions........................................................................ 2-4
Figure 2-6 19inch Shelf Configuration ..................................................................... 2-4
Figure 2-7 19inch Splitter Shelf Dimensions............................................................ 2-5
Figure 2-8 19inch Splitter Shelf Configuration ......................................................... 2-6
Figure 2-9 Shelf Cascade ......................................................................................... 2-6
Figure 3-1 SCGM Panel............................................................................................ 3-3
Figure 3-2 SCGM Principle Architecture.................................................................... 3-5
Figure 3-3 VPWL Panel ............................................................................................ 3-7
Figure 3-4 VPWL Principle Architecture .................................................................... 3-8
Figure 3-5 PTWV Panel .......................................................................................... 3-10
Figure 3-6 PTWV Principle Architecture .................................................................. 3-11
Figure 3-7 DBWD Panel ......................................................................................... 3-12
Figure 3-8 DBWD Principle Architecture ................................................................. 3-13
Figure 3-9 DEWU Panel ......................................................................................... 3-15
Figure 3-10 DEWU Principle Architecture ............................................................... 3-16
Figure 3-11 DEWB Panel ........................................................................................ 3-17
Figure 3-12 DEWB Principle Architecture................................................................ 3-18
Figure 3-13 ASWV Panel ........................................................................................ 3-19
Figure 3-14 ASWV Principle Architecture................................................................ 3-20
Figure 3-15 VSWE Panel ........................................................................................ 3-22
Figure 3-16 VSWE Principle Architecture................................................................ 3-23
Figure 3-17 VSWK Panel ........................................................................................ 3-24
Figure 3-18 VSWK Principle Architecture................................................................ 3-25
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Figure 3-19 VMWK Panel ....................................................................................... 3-26


Figure 3-20 VMWK Principle Architecture ............................................................... 3-27
Figure 3-21 SSWG Panel ....................................................................................... 3-28
Figure 3-22 SSWG Principle Architecture ............................................................... 3-29
Figure 3-23 PWVN Panel........................................................................................ 3-30
Figure 3-24 PWVN Principle Architecture................................................................ 3-31
Figure 3-25 PWKN Panel........................................................................................ 3-33
Figure 3-26 PWKN Principle Architecture................................................................ 3-34
Figure 3-27 FTGH Panel......................................................................................... 3-36
Figure 3-28 FTGH Principle Architecture................................................................. 3-38
Figure 3-29 CICG Panel ......................................................................................... 3-39
Figure 3-30 CICG Principle Architecture ................................................................. 3-41
Figure 3-31 GCFD Panel ........................................................................................ 3-42
Figure 3-32 GCFD Principle Architecture ................................................................ 3-43
Figure 3-33 GCTD Panel ........................................................................................ 3-44
Figure 3-34 GCTD Principle Architecture ................................................................ 3-45
Figure 3-35 GUFQ Panel ........................................................................................ 3-46
Figure 3-36 GUFQ Principle Architecture ................................................................ 3-48
Figure 3-37 GUSQ Panel ........................................................................................ 3-49
Figure 3-38 GUSQ Principle Architecture................................................................ 3-50
Figure 3-39 GUTQ Panel ........................................................................................ 3-51
Figure 3-40 GUTQ Principle Architecture ................................................................ 3-53
Figure 3-41 GPUC Panel ........................................................................................ 3-54
Figure 3-42 GPUC Principle Architecture ................................................................ 3-55
Figure 3-43 PRWG Panel ....................................................................................... 3-56
Figure 3-44 PRWG Principle Architecture ............................................................... 3-57
Figure 3-45 Fan Box Panel ..................................................................................... 3-58
Figure 3-46 MWEB Panel ....................................................................................... 3-59
Figure 3-47 MWIB Panel......................................................................................... 3-60

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Manual Contents ............................................................................................................. I
Table 3-1 Card list..................................................................................................... 3-1
Table 3-2 SCGM Indicator Description ...................................................................... 3-4
Table 3-3 SCGM Interface Description ...................................................................... 3-4
Table 3-4 SCGM Card Specification.......................................................................... 3-5
Table 3-5 VPWL Indicator Description....................................................................... 3-7
Table 3-6 VPWL Specification ................................................................................... 3-8
Table 3-7 PTWV Indicator Description..................................................................... 3-10
Table 3-8 PTWV Interface Description .................................................................... 3-11
Table 3-9 PTWV Specification................................................................................. 3-11
Table 3-10 DBWD Indicator Description .................................................................. 3-13
Table 3-11 DBWD Interface Description .................................................................. 3-13
Table 3-12 DBWD Specification .............................................................................. 3-14
Table 3-13 DEWU Indicator Description .................................................................. 3-15
Table 3-14 DEWU Interface Description .................................................................. 3-16
Table 3-15 DEWU Specification .............................................................................. 3-16
Table 3-16 DEWB Indicator Description .................................................................. 3-17
Table 3-17 DEWB Interface Description .................................................................. 3-18
Table 3-18 DEWB Specification .............................................................................. 3-18
Table 3-19 ASWV Indicator Description .................................................................. 3-20
Table 3-20 ASWV Interface Description .................................................................. 3-20
Table 3-21 ASWVC Card Specification ................................................................... 3-20
Table 3-22 VSWE Indicator Description .................................................................. 3-22
Table 3-23 VSWE Interface Description .................................................................. 3-23
Table 3-24 VSWE Specification............................................................................... 3-23
Table 3-25 VSWK Indicator Description .................................................................. 3-24
Table 3-26 VSWK Interface Description .................................................................. 3-25
Table 3-27 VSWK Specification............................................................................... 3-25
Table 3-28 VMWK Indicator Description .................................................................. 3-26
Table 3-29 VMWK Interface Description.................................................................. 3-27
Table 3-30 VMWK Specification .............................................................................. 3-27
Table 3-31 SSWG Indicator Description .................................................................. 3-28
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Table 3-32 SSWG Interface Description .................................................................. 3-29


Table 3-33 SSWG Specification .............................................................................. 3-29
Table 3-34 PWVN Interface Description .................................................................. 3-31
Table 3-35 PWVN Specification .............................................................................. 3-32
Table 3-36 PWKN Interface Description .................................................................. 3-33
Table 3-37 PWKN Specification .............................................................................. 3-34
Table 3-38 FTGH Indicator Description ................................................................... 3-36
Table 3-39 FTGH Specification ............................................................................... 3-38
Table 3-40 CICG Indicator Description .................................................................... 3-39
Table 3-41 CICG Interface Description.................................................................... 3-40
Table 3-42 CICG Specification ................................................................................ 3-41
Table 3-43 GCFD Indicator Description ................................................................... 3-42
Table 3-44 GCFD Interface Description................................................................... 3-43
Table 3-45 GCFD Specification ............................................................................... 3-43
Table 3-46 GCTD Indicator Description ................................................................... 3-44
Table 3-47 GCTD Interface Description................................................................... 3-45
Table 3-48 GCTD Specification ............................................................................... 3-45
Table 3-49 GUFQ Indicator Description................................................................... 3-47
Table 3-50 GUFQ Specification............................................................................... 3-48
Table 3-51 GUSQ Indicator Description .................................................................. 3-49
Table 3-52 GUSQ Specification............................................................................... 3-51
Table 3-53 GUTQ Indicator Description................................................................... 3-52
Table 3-54 GUTQ Interface Description .................................................................. 3-52
Table 3-55 GUTQ Specification............................................................................... 3-53
Table 3-56 GPUC Indicator Description................................................................... 3-54
Table 3-57 GPUC Specification............................................................................... 3-55
Table 3-58 PRWG Indicator Description .................................................................. 3-56
Table 3-59 PRWG Specifications ............................................................................ 3-57
Table 3-60 Fan Box Indicator Description................................................................ 3-58
Table 3-61 Fan Box Specification............................................................................ 3-58

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A

VSWK Card........................................ 3-23

ASWV Card........................................ 3-19

C
CICG Card ......................................... 3-38

D
DBWD Card ....................................... 3-12

F
Fan Box ............................................. 3-57

G
GCFD Card ........................................ 3-41
GCTD Card ........................................ 3-43
GPUC Card........................................ 3-53
GUFQ Card........................................ 3-46
GUSQ Card........................................ 3-48
GUTQ Card........................................ 3-51

M
MAPP Sub-card ................................... 3-5
MWEB Backplane .............................. 3-58
MWIB Backplane................................ 3-59

P
PRWG Card ....................................... 3-56
PTWV Card.......................................... 3-9
PWKN Splitter Card............................ 3-32
PWVN Splitter Card............................ 3-30

S
Shelf Cascade...................................... 2-6

V
VoIP Sub-Card ..................................... 3-8
VPWL Card .......................................... 3-6
VSWE Card........................................ 3-21
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Glossary
ADSL
- Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line
ADSL
- Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Loop
ARP
- Address Resolution Protocol
BRI
- Basic Rate Interface
CPU
- Central Processing Unit
DC
- Direct Current
DTMF
- Dual-ToneMulti-Frequency
FE
- Fast Ethernet
GE
- Gigabit Ethernet
GPON
- Gigabit Passive Optical Network
IP
- Internet Protocol
ISDN
- Integrated Services Digital Network
NAT
- Network Address Translation
NM
- Network Management
NMS
- Network Management System
ONU
- Optical Network Unit
POTS
- Plain Old Telephone Service
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PSTN
- Public Switched Telephone Network
PTP
- Point-To-Point
SFP
- Small Form-factor Pluggable
TDM
- Time Division Multiplexing
VDSL
- Very High Speed Digital Subscriber Line
VDSL2
- Very High Bit Rate Digital Subscriber Line 2
VoIP
- Voice over Internet Protocol

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