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Copyright Dowslake Microsystems Corporation 2008-2009
Table of Contents

1 Dowslake Network Management 21 MTS Carrier Ethernet Switch

3 CATS Converged Access/Transport System 24 MTS6000 10G/GE L2/L3 Switch Shelf Dowslake Network Management
4 CATS System Overview
27 MTS1080 10G Carrier Ethernet L2 Switch A network management system shall provide Fault, Configuration, Administration, Performance and Security Man-
agement. Based on such requirement, Dowslake provides several options depending on customer need and the
5 CATS Elements for Transport sophistication of the network.
29 MTS1928 10G Carrier Ethernet L3 Switch

CATS CACC: CATS System Controller Card Command Line Interface (CLI)
31 MTS180 GE Carrier Ethernet L2 Switch
CATS CLXT: 10G Multi-protocol Transponder Card All Dowslake equipment comes with CLI without exception. CLI can The general syntax for a CLI command is as below:
be connected via either local craft interface, or remote access through <Command> [Object] [Option] <Parameter>
CATS CLCT: 2-in-1 Multi-rate Transponder Card
32 MTS194 GE Carrier Ethernet L3 Switch telnet. A command can be used in the following ways:
CATS CLTT: 2xGE/FC Muxponder Card
Currently user may find 2 types of CLI interfaces in Dowslake prod- as Command only
CATS COAT: Optical Amplifier Card ucts: as Command with Object
CATS COST: Optical Switch Card a. Menu driven CLI interface as Command with Option
CATS CLFT: Wavelength Multiplexer Card This type of CLI gives automatically a list of menu items for user to as Command with Parameters
choose. It is straight forward and easy to use without the need to For example, user can type
12 CATS External Shelf 33 SFP/XFP Transceiver Order Information
find references. User can simply use the the key board to select the clock set <hh.mm.ss> <dd/mm/yyyy>
CMD-08-4: Up to 32 Wavelength Modular Multiplexer needed menu items to get into details or to change settings. Follow- in order to set system clock and date. Refer to equipment user manu-
ing shows an example of menu driven CLI: al for detailed command descriptions.
CMD-40: Up to 40 Wavelength Fixed Multiplexer
C-MS1025: Optical Amplifier Shelf
SNMP
All Dowslake equipment comes with SNMP without exception.
16 CATS Elements for Access Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is a protocol defined
by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF). Network devices sup-
SMUX-155: STM1/OC3 Uplink, E1/T1+FE MUX Card porting this protocol, such as Dowslake equipment, allow a manage-
SMUX-GE: GE Uplink, E1/T1+FE MUX Card ment station to monitor network status, modify network settings, and
SMUX-FE: FE Uplink, E1/T1+FE MUX Card receive network events.
A SNMP network management system consists of:
ETS-B11: 802.3ah Compliant GE Media Converter
- one or more managed nodes, such as a Dowslake MTS carrier
CMTS-GE: Carrier Ethernet GE Switch Card
switch, each of which runs one or more SNMP agents. An agent
keeps information about its managed node in a database called a
Management Information Base (MIB).
b. CLI Commands - one or more network management stations, which runs network
Newer generation equipment such as Dowslake MTS series Carrier management software (NMS) such as HP OpenView™ and displays
Ethernet Switches offer real command type CLI interface similar to network information.
For the latest product news and solutions, please visit www.dowslakemicro.com the UNIX shell or MS-DOS prompt. The advantage is that user can - a network management protocol, which defines how the managed
write script to automate operations rather than key in menu items node and the management station can communicate with each other
one by one. over the network.

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Dowslake Network Management

As a database which stores management information, a MIB is often Centralised Element Organiser (CEO)
shown as a tree, where the nodes of the tree define the database and
its tables, rows and fields. The collection of all MIBs is organized in a Centralised Element Organiser (CEO) is Dowslake’s new generation of

tree structure, where each node on the tree represents a single MIB. network management. It provides a topology based network element

The SNMP MIB hierarchy is defined by RFC 1155 and RFC 1213. management, allowing the administrator to centralise all information

MIBs fall into two categories: from each network element connected in the network. In order to

Standard MIB: A standard MIB is defined by the IETF. An example of keep cost down and operations simple, Dowslake provides 2 options

a standard MIB is RFC 1215, a convention for defining traps for use to run CEO:

with the SNMP. 1) Using Master Node Controller as Management Server

Private MIB: A non-standard proprietary MIB is defined by an enter- The Master NE’s powerful system controller provides a mySQL data-

prise, such as Dowslake Microsystems. The IETF assigns a unique base which is used to collect information across the network for other

OID number to a company, under which they can define their own Slave nodes. User can communicate with the Master node using a

OIDs for their specific products. Dowslake company OID is assigned network terminal running a web browser. Through a Graphic User In-

as 16726. All MIBs for Dowslake equipment are defined under such terface, user can see all the NEs in the network and click on any one CATS Converged Access & Transport System
OID. As an example, Dowslake 10G carrier Ethernet switch MTS1080 of them for configuration and operations purpose. See page 5 CATS

SNMP agent contains following MIBs: network management as an example.

- RFC 1155: Structure of Management Information (SMI) Direct connection between user’s terminal and network Master node

- RFC 1212: Concise MIB definitions is best suited for smaller and simple networks.

- RFC 1213: Management Information Base (MIB-II) 2) Client-Server Type Using External Dedicated Server

- RFC 1215: A convention for defining traps for use with the SNMP When user needs to grow the network beyond hundreds of nodes, a

- Dowslake-Global-Reg: A private MIB, which represents the Dows- more powerful client-server based management is necessary, reason

lake general product and MIB structures. why CEO offers a second option which is to run the network manage-

- DOWSLAKE-NETWORK.mib: A private MIB, which specifies general ment from a server. The network management server needs to be

OIDs for DowsLake’s Network products. pre-configured to run Linux, and with enough hardware support such

- DOWSLAKE-MTSCommon-sys-mgmt.mib: A private MIB, which as memory and hard drive. It allows to manage thousands of nodes

specifies MTS1080 system specific management objects OIDs. populated with Dowslake equipment.

- DOWSLAKE-MTSCommon-dev-mgmt.mib: A private MIB, which Note: there is no separate ordering code for any of Dowslake network

specifies MTS1080 device specific management objects OIDs. management software. When you purchase a system controller such

For detailed SNMP and MIB information of each product, please refer as CACC for CATS, or a stand-alone system such as MTS1080 carrier

to the User Manual. switch, the network management software comes with the equip-
ment.
Graphic User Interface (GUI) for Element Con-
trol
The majority of Dowslake products also comes with Java based GUI Master Controller & Server Specifications CATS Converged Access & Transport System is a next generation op-
CATS Elements for Transport & Access:
tical system platform for WDM, TDM and Ethernet applications. With
for individual equipment control. It allows user to simply connect to Management Server (by Default it is the Master Controller) this system, service providers can offer various bandwidth services TRANSPORT
the equipment and monitor/change alarms, parameters and opera- DataBase MySQL V 4.0.23a using SDH/Sonet, Fiber Channel, Ethernet and/or E1/T1 protocols, CLXT: 10 G Multi-Protocol Transponder Card
OS Linux V 2.6.14.2
tion modes. Below shows a Java GUI interface example for Dowslake North-Bound Windows XP or Windows Professional type while aggregating all customer interfaces on to the metro network. CLCT: 2-in-1 Multi-Rate Transponder Card
Terminal HW min. Intel Pentium 1G Memory, 40G Hard Drive
10G switch MTS1080. With GUI user can visualise port status, set Max. # of Nodes Up to 180
The centrally managed platform, ranging from 1RU “pizza-box” to 3U CLTT: 2 x 1 G Ethernet or Fiber Channel Muxponder Card
or 6U shelf, accepts plug-in cards for transport and access. CLFT: 4 ch. Mux/Demux Filter Card
parameters, or monitor alarms at a simple click of mouse. External/Backup Server for Higher # of Nodes or for Backup
COST: 1+1 Protection, Optical Switch Card
Hardware min. Pentium 2.0G, RAM 2.0G, 10G HD
OS Linux SuSE 8.2(Kernal 2.4.20) 3 platforms are offered: COAT: Optical Amplifier Card
Min. Free RAM 600 M
Database MySQL 4.0.21 | 1U rack CATS 1000 for 2 x 3U line cards
Max. # of Nodes > 1500 ACCESS
| 3U rack CATS 3000 for 10 x 3U line cards
Network Management Hardware SMUX-155: STM1/OC3 Uplink, E1/T1+FE Access Card
| 6U rack CATS 6000 for 24 x 3U line cards SMUX-GE: GE Uplink, E1/T1 + FE Access Card
MNGT Port 10/100M Ethernet RJ45
In-band Yes for Access Cards or using OSC SMUX-FE: FE Uplink, E1/T1 + FE Access Card
Remote Upgrade Yes
ETS-B11: 802.3ah compliant Gigabit Media Converter Card
CMTS-GE: Carrier Ethernet Gigabit Switch Card

EXTERNAL SHELF
CMD: Modular or Fixed C/DWDM MUX/DEMUX Shelf
C-MS1025: Optical Amplifier Shelf

CATS cards can also fit into a small stand-alone


chassis RA-T. See page 28 for order information

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CATS Converged Access & Transport System CATS Elements for Transport & Access

Why CATS? CATS System Information CATS CACC | CATS System Controller CardExtensive Element and Network Man-
agement Functions
CATS is an unique system combining both Layer 0, Layer 1 and
CATS 1000 CATS 3000 CATS 6000
Layer 2 functions into one shelf. It is designed for Packet Optical
Transport and Service Delivery applications.
Card Slots
Management Card Slot
2 x 3U
1
10 x 3U
1
24 x 3U
1 Main Features
Power Supply Slots 2 2 2
| Up to 2 dedicated management channels using optical supervisory
Management
CATS by Network Functions channels (OSC), with hot pluggable SFPs
Out-of-Band Channel Optical Supervisory Channel
In-Band Channel All Access Cards (SMUX, CMUX, CMTS) | Local and remote management via TCP/IP (Ethernet port)
Currently, following functions are available within CATS platform:
Management Interface | Manages CATS elements and hardware in a chassis, or in a net-
| Wavelength multiplexing (WDM)
Remote (Telnet) GUI, SNMPv.2, CLI
work, via OSCs or in-band.
| Fast, Gigabit, or 10 Gigabit Ethernet service delivery
Local Craft (RS232) CLI | In-band management possible with CATS access cards such as
| Multi-service access for both TDM and Ethernet Product Specifications
Integrated Contact Alarm & Fan CMTS-GE
Dimension 3U Network Management
Connector 4 x RIA (3pin)
User Interface GUI, SNMPv.2, CLI (Telnet/SSH)
Electrical CATS system controller CACC is designed to allow the user to config- Supervisory Channel 2 x OSC
Power Supply 2 x 50 W 2 x 170 W 2 x 300 W ure and access various settings for all Dowslake CATS elements. It Managemt Port 10/100M Ethernet RJ45, Local RS232
Remote Flash Update Yes
manages various hardware and network faults by continuously com- Performance Monitoring Optical Power, Link Status, Error Count etc.
Power Supply Rating - 48 VDC or 100~240 VAC
Power redundancy Yes municating with CATS elements which have been integrated into the OSC
Connector DC Phoenix (3pin)
same software management environment.
Density 2 order SFPs Separately
Mechanical Dimension
Data Rate 100baseFx
Height 1U 3U 6U
Through the supervisory channels or in-band communication chan- Interface Hot pluggable SFP module
OSC Wavelength CWDM, or Custom
H x W x D (mm) 44×482×242 132.5x482x242 265.5×482×242 nels of certain CATS elements, CACC can manage remote nodes
Operating Conditions which are connected in the same network. Operating Conditions

Temperature - 5 to + 55 °C 0 to 85% non-condensing


Humidity
Humidity 5 to 85% RH non-condensing -5 °C to 55 °C
Operating Temperature
Compliance User Interfaces For Network Management Storage Temperature
-40 °C to 70 °C
< 10 W
WDM or Ethernet Aggregation? NEBS Level 3 GR-63
Power Consumption(with 2 OSC)

CATS system controller provides 3 types of user interfaces: Mechanical


EMC GR-1089
The new generation of Ethernet equipment, such as our 10 G carrier Safety UL (# E318639), CE (EMC/EMI) | CLI Commande Line Interface: this interface can be accessed either Rack Mount Unit 3U
through the local craft terminal (RS232) or via telnet using TCP/IP. Dimensions (H x W x D) 30 x 128.5x 190 mm
Ethernet Switch MTS1080/MTS180 (P. 17), can aggregate Ethernet Mounting Options Plug-in Card
services while transporting traffics tens or even hundreds of kilome- | SNMP (V2): with MIBs integrated into user’s control center, user can Platform CATS 1000/3000/6000
Slot Assignment Slot 0
ters without electrical regeneration. Order Matrix configure and monitor, remotely, CATS and each of its element
MTS series carrier Ethernet switch is best used for Ethernet aggrega- | Graphic User Interface (GUI): With CATS GUI, user can manage
CATS Converged Access and Transport System
tion at high capacity, or for prioritized Ethernet service delivery. The local and remote systems by point and click.
CATS Racks & Accessories
metro network can be either IP based or SDH/Sonet based. The
Description Code Model
maximum trunk capacity per MTS shelf is 40 G (with 4x10 G ports).
1U CATS 1000 rack with 2 x 50W DC power
8000-100 CATS1-2DC
supplies

3U CATS 3000 rack with alarm/fan and 2 x 150W


8000-300 CATS3-2DC
DC power supplies

3U CATS 3000 rack with alarm/fan and 2x150W


8600-301 CATS3-2AC
AC power supply

1U CATS 1000 rack with 2 x 50W DC power sup-


8000-105 CATS1-2DC-CACC
plies and system controller CACC

3U CATS 3000 rack with alarm/fan and 2 x 150W


8000-305 CATS3-2DC-CACC
DC power supplies and system controller CACC

3U CATS 3000 rack with alarm/fan and 2 x 150W


8000-306 CATS3-2AC-CACC
AC power supplies and system controller CACC

CATS system controller card for CATS 1000 8000-102 CACC-1R

CATS system controller card for CATS 3000/6000 8000-302 CACC-3R

Standalone housing with alarm contact for 3U


Order Matrix
Ethernet Aggregation Example: Collecting IP services in the access CATS card, integrated power supply, 115-230 V 1201-204 RA-T-V-E/33-W
network, and connecting them to the metro network using 10 GbE. AC, with grounding bolt, ventilation CACC CATS System Controller Card

Standalone housing with alarm contact for 3U Extensive Element and Network Management Functions with 2 OSCS , one Ethernet port
and one Local RS232
CATS card, integrated power supply, -48 VDC, 1201-205 RA-T-V-E/33-V
with grounding bolt, ventilation Description Code Model

Wall mount plate for installing 3 U standalone CATS system controller card for CATS 1000, with 2xOSC
For the latest CATS applications and solutions, units onto vertical surfaces.
1200-132 RA-WMP/UNI
plug-in
8000-102 CACC-1R

please visit www.dowslakemicro.com CATS system controller card for CATS 3000/6000, with
8000-302 CACC-3R
2xOSC plug-in

Order OSC SFPs seperately.

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CATS Elements for Transport & Access CATS Elements for Transport & Access

CATS CLXT | Multi-Protocol 10 G Transponder CATS CLCT | Multi-Rate 2-in-1 Transponder


10 GbE Demarcation or 3R Regeneration for SDH/Sonet or Ethernet Wavelength Conversion and 3R Regeneration from Sonet/SDH, Ethernet, or Fiber Channel

Main Features Main Features


| Multi-service transmission at 10 G | Multi-service transmission from 155 Mbps to 4.25 Gbps
| Software settable for SDH/Sonet or Ethernet | Software settable for SDH, Sonet, Ethernet or Fiber Channel
| Client side and line side hot-pluggable XFPs | 2-in-1 transponder line card saving space and cost
| User can choose color and distance for either interface | Client side and line side with hot pluggable SFPs
| Fits CATS Converged Access & Transport System | Can co-locate with other CATS line cards
| Extensive management features thru local CLI or CATS system | Extensive management features thru RS232 or TCP/IP
controller CACC | Performance monitoring: optical power, error, wavelength etc.
| Performance monitoring: optical power, error, wavelength etc. | Alarm monitoring
| Alarm monitoring Product Specifications
Product Specifications
The optical line-card CLXT, as part of CATS transport and access solu- The optical line card CLCT, as part of CATS WDM solutions, enables Transmission Data Rate 

tions, enables enterprises and service providers to transport data at Transmission Standard  enterprises and service providers to transport data services from SDH STM-1, STM-4, STM-16
Sonet OC-3, OC-12, OC-48
10 Gbps. The clock and data recovery (3R) in CLXT supports various OC192/STM64 9.953 Gbps, ITU G.707, GR-253 155 M to 4.25 G with 3R re-shaping, re-clocking functions. The clock Ethernet 100 M (2R), 1000 M
10 GbE 10.312 Gbps, IEEE802.3ae, 10GBASE-LW, 10GBASE-LR
transmission protocols around 10 G. Thus multiple protocols, namely, 10 G FC (optional) 10.518 Gbps , draft standard 1200-SM-LL-L, 1200-MX-SN-I and data recovery (3R) in CLCT supports various transmission rates, Fiber Channel 1G, 2G, 4G
SDH/Sonet, 10 G Ethernet, or even 10 G Fibre-Channel (optional) are OTU 2 (optional) 10.709 Gbps, FEC, ITU G.709
settable through user software interface. Thus multiple protocols, Client Interface
supported using the one and the same line card. Different transmis- Client Interface namely, SDH/Sonet, Gigabit Ethernet, 1G, 2G or 4G Fibre Chan- Number of Interfaces 2 x SFP, Hot Pluggable
sion distances or different transmitter wavelengths are available via Up to 300 m MM 850 nm
XFP Transceiver Hot Pluggable nel, are supported using the one and the same line card. Different Up to 2 km SM 1310 nm
the selection of XFP interfaces. Up to 300 m MM 850 nm
transmission distances of up to 180 km are available via the selection Up to 10 km SM 1310 nm
Up to 2 km SM 1310 nm
> 10 km SM 1310 nm or 1550 nm Grey or Colored
CLXT is fully integrated into CATS – Converged Access & Transport
Up to 10 km SM 1310 nm of SFP interfaces. Connector LC
> 10 km SM 1310 nm or 1550 nm Grey or Colored
Connector LC
System, with element and network management capabilities for easy CLCT is fully integrated into CATS – Converged Access & Transport Line Interface

installation, provisioning, and maintenance. Network operators can Line Interface


System, and can be managed through CATS system controller CACC. Number of Interfaces 2 x SFP, Hot Pluggable
Up to 10 km SM 1310 nm
now provision and manage end-to-end high or low bit-rate data ser- XFP Transceiver Hot Pluggable Up to 40 km SM 1550 nm Grey or Colored
Up to 10 km SM 1310 nm
vices using a single platform in an efficient and cost-effective manner. Up to 80 km SM 1550 nm Grey or Colored
Up to 40 km
Up to 80 km
SM 1550 nm Grey or Colored
SM 1550 nm Grey or Colored System Features > 80 km Require Optical Amplifier and/or Dispersion Compensation
> 80 km Requires Optical Amplifier and/or Dispersion Compensation Connector LC
Connector LC | Supports 2 transponders in 1 card with Clock and Data Recovery Performance
Management Features Performance | Supports latest high speed protocols including SAS, SATA, Gigabit Eye Mask Compliant ITU G.691, G.959.1, IEEE 802.3ae
Ethernet and Fiber Channel Jitter Tolerance Compliant GR-253, IEEE 802.3ae
| SNMPv.2 agent and CLI Eye Mask Compliant ITU G.691, G.959.1, IEEE 802.3ae
Jitter Transfer Compliant GR-253
Jitter Tolerance Compliant GR-253, IEEE 802.3ae | Automatic protection switch built-in for dual homing application
| Secure configuration via SSHv2 (Secure Shell) terminal Jitter Transfer Compliant GR-253
Operating Conditions
| Fits CATS platform 1000/3000/6000
| Optical Supervisory Channel available within CATS platform
Operating Conditions
| Centralized management via CATS system controller CACC Temperature - 5 to + 55 °C
| GUI based network management via CACC system controller Humidity 5 to 85% RH non-condensing
Temperature - 5 to + 55 °C
Humidity 5 to 85% RH non-condensing Dimensions (H x W x D)
Dimensions (H x W x D) Application Example - Dual Homing Rackmount Card 3U
Card Dimension (mm) 30 x 128.5 x 190
Rackmount Card 3U
Applications Card Dimension (mm) 30 x 128.5x 190
Data centers require unprecedented protections. CATS CLCT offers a Package Options
Platform
CPE or Plug-in
CATS
Package Options Plug-in dual homing scheme allowing operators to connect data center cus- CATS 1000/3000/6000
CLXT, combined with CATS CACC system controller, and other line Platform CATS
CATS 1000/3000/6000 tomers to the main and the redundant core transport network. Power Consumption < 13 W (excluding SFP)
cards such as CLCT 2-in-1 transponder for up to 4G data rate, COAT
Power Consumption < 10 W In the diagram on the right side, it shows CLCT used for dual homing
optical amplifier card etc., allows the user to configure single wave-
length (grey), or multi-wavelength (WDM) transport system for 10G application. Client's SAN equipment (1 interface) is fed to CLCT. CLCT
Ethernet services. It can also be used as a 10G Ethernet demarca- Order Matrix with internal APS routes the traffic to either WDM1 based ring net-
tion device, linking the core router based IP network to the customer work, or, in case of failure within WDM1 network, switches automati-
CLXT Multi-protocol 10G Transponder
premises. cally to WDM2 based redundant ring.
Wavelength Conversion and 3R Regeneration for SDH/Sonet, Ethernet

Description Code Model Order Matrix


CATS multi-protocol 10G transponder with 1xRJ45
console port, OC192/STM64 and 10GE (default), 8000-110 CLXT-1R CLCT Multi-rate 2-in-1 Transponder
other protocol optional. For CATS 1000 only
Wavelength Conversion and 3R Regeneration from 155M up to 4G
CATS multi-protocol 10G transponder with 1xRJ45
Description Code Model
console port, OC192/STM64 and 10GE (default), 8000-310 CLXT-3R
other protocol optional. For CATS 3000/6000 CATS 2-in-1 transponder for 155 Mbps to 4
8000-120 CLCT-1R
Gbps. No SFP included. Fits CATS 1000 only
Order racks, power supply, management card and XFP seperately
CATS 2-in-1 transponder for 155 Mbps to 4
8000-320 CLCT-3R
Gbps. No SFP included. Fits CATS 3000/6000

Order SFP seperately.

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CATS WDM for Edge & Access CATS Elements for Transport & Access

CATS CLTT | 2.5 G MUXponder for Gigabit Ethernet or Fiber Channel CATS COAT | Protocol Transparent Optical Amplifier Card
Time Domain Multiplxing 2 x GE or 2 x FC into Single Wavelength Increase Power Budget Indepedant of Data Rate

Main Features Main Features


| Dual port protocol multiplexing | Protocol Independant
| Software settable for Ethernet or Fiber Channel data rate | Automatic Control for Gain or Power
| 2 interfaces into 1 link for efficient wavelength utilization | Gain Flattened or Single Channel Type
| Client side and line side hot pluggable SFPs | Fits CATS Converged Access & Transport Platform
| Fits CATS Converged Access & Transport System | Can be Used in 3U Stand-alone Chassis
| Extensive management features thru RS232 or TCP/IP
| Performance monitoring: Optical Power, Error, Wavelength etc. COAT optical amplifier card as part of CATS product family, is a plug-
COAT card with POPPY™ plugged in
| Alarm Monitoring in card integrating one of Dowslake flagship compact and pluggable
EDFAs - POPPY™. The amplifier can be custom built to meet the
Product Specifications specific requirement, for single wavelength or multi-wave (WDM) Product Specifications
The optical line card CLTT, as part of CATS WDM solutions, enables applications
Client Transmission Rate  Common Features
service providers to cut wavelength requirement by half by multiplex-
ing 2 Gigabit Ethernet, or 2 Fiber Channel client interfaces into 1 fiber
Ethernet
Fiber Channel
1000BaseFx
1G Management Features Wavelength Range C band: 1528 to 1565 nm
L band: 1570 nm to 1608 nm
link. Different transmission distances of up to 180 km are available
Line Transmission Rate | SNMPv.2 agent and CLI Gain Flatness +/- 0.5 dB typical for WDM models
via the selection of SFP interfaces. Both client and line interface SFPs Input/Output Detection Range 25 dB min. 35 dB max
Data Rate 2.5 Gbps | Secure configuration via SSHv2 (Secure Shell) terminal Optical Return Loss 30 dB min.
are hot-pluggable and can be replaced without changing the card. Framing Propritary
| GUI based network management via CATS system controller Polarization Mode Dispersion 0.3 ps typ. 0.5 ps max.
Polarization Dependent Gain 0.2 dB typ. 0.5 dB max.
CLTT is fully integrated into CATS – Converged Access & Transport Client Interface
Power Consumption <5W
System, and can be managed through CATS system controller CACC. 2 x SFP, Hot Pluggable
Number of Interfaces
Up to 300 m MM 850 nm Application Example - Fiber Extension Operating Conditions
Up to 2 km SM 1310 nm
Operating Temperature -5 to 55 °C
Up to 10 km SM 1310 nm Combining COAT and other line cards, CATS provides a simple and el-
Operating Humidity 5 to 95% (non-condensing)
> 10 km SM 1310 nm or 1550 nm Grey or Colored egant soution for fiber extension, including for 1300 nm client signals. Storage Temperature -20 to + 85°C
System Features Connector LC
As illustrated below, using CATS 1000, a 1300 nm signal can be con- Mechanical
Line Interface
| Supports Gigabit Ethernet multiplexing verted to 1550 nm wavelength using CLCT (up to 4G) or CLXT (10G),
Number of Interfaces 1 x SFP, Hot Pluggable Rack Mount Unit 3U
| Supports 1 Gigabit Fiber Channel multiplexing Up to 10 km SM 1310 nm then fed to COAT. COAT boosts the output to 13 or 17 dBm, allowing Dimensions (H x W x D) 30 x 128.5x 190 mm

| Easy to install, operate, and manage


Up to 40 km SM 1550 nm Grey or Colored a long distance transmission of up to 180 km at 2.5G (45 dB loss POPPY EDFA Types POPPY-15 POPPY-13 POPPY-10
Up to 80 km SM 1550 nm Grey or Colored
| Fits CATS 1000/3000/6000 platform > 80 km Require Optical Amplifier and/or Dispersion Compensation budget). For 10G signal, dispersion compensation must be taken into Typical Input (dBm) -5 - 15 - 25

| Centralized management through CATS system controller CACC


Connector LC account for transmission distance beyond 80 km. Contact Dowslake Maximum Output (dBm) 15 13 10
Performance for detailed 10G fiber extension solutions. Gain (Typical, dB, see note) 5 ~ 15 10 ~ 25 15 ~ 35

Eye Mask Compliant ITU G.691, G.959.1, IEEE 802.3ae Note:


Application Example - Saving Wavelengths Jitter Tolerance
Jitter Transfer
Compliant GR-253, IEEE 802.3ae
Compliant GR-253
1) Customer specified output power shall be less or equal than the above specification.
2) Gain for single channel amplifier is used as reference only for optimization purpose.
CATS CLTT allows to multiplex 2 times GE or Fiber Channel signals Customer can set gain within the amplifier control limit, taking into account gain and noise
Operating Conditions figure trade-offs.
into one wavelength, allowing wavelength savings. Typically used in Temperature - 5 to + 55 °C
CWDM or DWDM transport system, CLTT can serve for gigabit Ether- Humidity 5 to 85% RH non-condensing

net transport and service delivery at high efficiency. Dimensions (H x W x D)


Order Matrix
Rackmount Card 3U
Card Dimension (mm) 30 x 130 x 190 COAT Optical Fiber Amplifier Card
Platform CATS
Optical amplifier to achieve greater distances
CATS 1000/3000/6000
Description Code Model
Power Consumption < 12 W (excluding SFP)
CATS COAT amplifier card for CATS3000. Order plug-
8000-330 COAT-3R
gable EDFA POPPY separately

Order Matrix CATS COAT amplifier card for CATS1000. Order plug-
8000-130 COAT-1R
gable EDFA POPPY separately
CLTT 2.5 G MUXponder for Gigabit Ethernet or Fiber Channel
POPPY Pluggable EDFA single channel 10 dBm output
Multiplexing 2 client interfaces into 1 wavelength pre-amp or line amp user configurable gain. For COAT 6004-001 POPPY-10
plug-in
Description Code Model
POPPY Pluggable EDFA single channel 13 dBm output
2xTDM for GE or FC 2.5 G MUXponder, CATS 1000 booster or line amp user configurable gain. For COAT 8000-333 POPPY-13
8000-125 CLTT-1R
only. SFP not included plug-in

2xTDM for GE or FC 2.5 G MUXponder, CATS POPPY Pluggable EDFA single channel 15 dBm output
8000-325 CLTT-3R
3000/6000. SFP not included booster or line amp user configurable gain. For COAT 8000-334 POPPY-15
plug-in
Order racks, power supply, management card and SFP seperately

POPPY™, world’s smallest pluggable EDFA, a Dowslake invention

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CATS Elements for Transport & Access CATS Elements for Transport & Access

CATS COST | Intelligent Fiber Optical Switch Card CATS CLFT | Mux/Demux Card
For Transmission Line 1+1 Protection Multiplexing Wavelengths into One Fiber

Main Features Main Features


| 1+1 line protection | MUX and DEMUX in one card for wavelength aggregation
| Monitors optical connections via LOS Loss of Signal | Flexible wavelength plan per customer requirement
| Switching time <25 ms | Maximum 4 wavelengths per card as MUX/DEMUX
| Latched switch for fiber security, even in case of power failures | 1300/1550 MUX/DEMUX available
| Protocol and data transparent (2 Mbps –40 Gbps) | Fits CATS Converged Access & Transport Platform
| Fits CATS Converged Access & Transport Platform | Can be used in the stand-alone CPE package (RA-T, see P. 28)

The optical line card CLFT, as part of CATS WDM solutions, enables
COST switch card, integrating intelligent fiber-optic switch, protects Product Specifications Product Specifications
optical fiber connections in case of failures. Immediately after an service providers to multiplex/demultiplex up to 4 wavelengths into,
error is detected, it automatically switches the link to an alterna- Intelligent Optical Switch and from one fiber. Each card includes MUX and DEMUX functions. Channel Count DWDM CWDM 1300/1550

tive line within a reaction time of max. 25 ms, less than Sonet/SDH Data Rate Transparent from 2Mbps to 40Gbps Upgrade ports are provisioned such that more CLFT can be cascaded
Number of Wavelengths 4 4 2
requirement of 50 ms.
Switch Time <25ms to allow multiplexing higher number of wavelengths.
Pass Band
Interface Port
Protocol and data rate transparent, COST switch card provides 1+1 CLFT is fully integrated into CATS– Converged Access & Transport
CWDM +/- 6.5 nm
Multimode/Single mode Transparent N/A
protection to any point-to-point fiber optic transmission line. System, with element and network management capability for easy DWDM +/- 1.6 nm or +/- 0.8 nm
Connector LC
installation, provisioning, and maintenance. Network operators can Insertion Loss
Line Port
now provision and manage end-to-end high bit-rate data services us-
Maximum 3.0 dB
Multimode/Single mode Transparent 0.5 dB
ing a single platform in an efficient and cost-effective manner. Upgrade Port 2.5 dB
Management Features Connector LC
Transmission Character
Transmission Character
| SNMPv.2 agent and CLI Directivity > 50 dB
| Secure configuration via SSHv2 (Secure Shell) terminal
Insersion Loss Max 3.5 dB
System Features Return Loss
In-band Ripple
> 30 dB
< 0.5 dB
Operating Conditions Adjacent Channel Isolation > 25 dB
| GUI based network management via CATS system controller | Data rate or protocol transparent wavelength multiplexing
Temperature - 5 to + 55 °C Operating Conditions
Humidity 5 to 85% RH non-condensing | Upgrade ports for future capacity expansion
Dimensions (H x W x D)
| Easy to install, operate, and manage Temperature - 5 to + 55 °C
Humidity 5 to 85% RH non-condensing
| Fits CATS platform or goes into RA-T chassis (P.28)
Rackmount Card 3U Dimensions (H x W x D)
Card Dimension (mm) 30 x 128.5 x 190
Package Options Plug-in Card Rackmount Card 3U
Platform CATS Card Dimension (mm) 30 x 128.5 x 190
Package Options CPE or Plug-in
CATS 1000/3000/6000
Application Example - Disaster Recovery Platform CATS
CATS 1000/3000/6000
CLFT enables wavelength division multiplexing which offers a simple
solution for the disaster recovery requiring very high bandwidth. In
the diagram illustrated on the right side, a CATS 3000, populated with
10G CLXT cards and CLFT Mux/Demux filter cards, is located next to
the data servers at location A. The same configuration for CATS 3000
is used at the data certer location B. Each CATS 3000 allows to have
up to 8 x CLXT cards, and 2xCLFT cards, offering up to 80 gigabit of
bandwidth. Using CATS CACC system controller, and with redundant
Application power supply, CATS 3000 offers reliable backup services for data
COST optical switch card can be used stand-alone within CATS 1000 center applications.
platform. It is managed by CACC system controller, with which the
user can monitor and configure the switch.

Controllable parameters include automatic switch-over Enable or


Disable, and LOS detection threshold. When automatic switch is Order Matrix
disabled, user can switch over manually. CLFT MUX/DEMUX or OADM Passive Card

COST can also be used within larger CATS platform such as CATS Order Matrix Multiplexing up to 4 wavelengths into one fiber

3000. In combination with CATS CLCT, CLXT, CLFT and COAT cards, Description Code Model
COST Intelligent Optical Switch
it can form a powerful protected WDM transmission link in point-to- CATS 4 ch. MUX/DEMUX CWDM, XX start wavelength, YY stop wavelength. Indicate middle 2 digits, for
Optical switch for 1+1 protection of fiber optic links 80xx-360 CLFT-04-C-XXMYY-3R
point, linear chain, or ring network configuration. example 47 for 1471 nm

Description Code Model


Check other CATS plug-in cards in this catalog, or at Dowslake web- CATS 4 ch.DWDM MUX/DEMUX filter, 100G, XX start channel ITU#; YY stop channel ITU#; 80xx-362 CLFT-04-D-XXMYY-3R
CATS COST Intelligent Optical Switch for transmission
site www.dowslakemicro.com. 8000-150 COST-1R CATS3000 4 ch. MUX/DEMUX CWDM, with upgrade 1310 port, XX start wavelength, YY stop wave-
line 1+1 protection for CATS 1000 8000-363 CLFT-04-C-XXMYY-13-3R
length. Indicate middle 2 digits, for example 47 for 1471 nm
CATS COST Intelligent Optical Switch for transmission
8000-350 COST-3R CATS 2 ch. MUX/DEMUX 1300nm and 1550 nm standard LC connectors, 3U card 8000-364 CLFT-S-13M15-3R
line 1+1 protection for CATS 3000/6000

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CMD| 4-slot Modular or 40 ch. Fixed C/DWDM Mux/Demux Shelf


Multiplexing 8, 16, or 32 Wavelengths into one Fiber

CMD - 08 and CFT Filter Card


CMD-08 has 4 pluggable modular slots for plug in CFT cards which
are 8-wavelength mux/demux filters with expansion ports. Very flex-
ible for pay-as-you-grow, CMD-08 and CFT together enable service
providers to deploy WDM system gradually, and to cascade up to 4 x
CFT cards for 32 wavelengths per shelf.

CMD - 40
CMD-40 is a fixed 40 channel MUX and DEMUX shelf
CATS C-MS1025 Fully Managed Optical Amplifier
CMD - 08 and CFT filter modules

Product Specifications CMD and CFT-8


Introduction | DWDM multi-wavelength transmission
Chassis CMD-08-4-1R CMD-40-1R DWDM links have typically 8, 16, 32 or 40 wavelength channels in
Number of slot up to 4 CFT pluggable card Not Pluggable
Protocol transparanet optical amplifier is one of the most recent tech- each fiber. EDFA needs to be not only high power low noise, but also
nology breakthrough in fiber commmunications. Prior to the invention gain flattened such that all wavelength channels can be amplified
Number of Wavelength up to 32 40
of Erbium dopped fiber, optical transmission could not go more than equally.
Dimension(LxWxH) 473x160x44.3mm, 1RU 19’’ chassis
a few tens of kilometers before an optical-electrical-optical repeater is
Plug-in Filter Module CFT-08-4761-13-1R CFT-08-XXMYY-ZZ-1R N/A
required to regenerate the signal. | Dynamic network with optical add/drop
Number of Wavelength 8 8 40
Now optical amplifiers based on Erbium dopped fiber (EDFAs) are If your network has optical channels adding and droping, consider
Channel Space 20nm 100 GHz
widely used in submarine, inter-city and even metropolitan networks EDFAs with integrated VOA in order to keep surviving channels to
Operate Wavelength(nm) 1260~1620 (CWDM) 1528~1563 (DWDM) ITU ch. Z to Z + 39
in order to compensate losses and to enable long distance transport. stay un-affected. Otherwise major gain discrepency may occur.
Expansion Channel 1280~1458nm other ITU channels N/A
1471, 1491 , 1511, 1531 1551, 100 GHz ITU Grid Without EDFAs, we would not have today’s highly efficient Dense
Center Wavelength(nm) λc
1571, 1591, 1611
Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) networks. Controllable EDFA Parameters
Pass Band (nm) min. λc ± 6.5 ITU ch. λc +/- 12.5G

Insersion Loss (dB)


<2.8 (Com to Pass channel) <2.80 (Com to Pass channels)
< 5.0 dB Dowslake is the specialist in providing smart optical amplifier fea-
<1.0 (Com to 1310 nm) <2.60 (Com to Upgrade port)
tures. Following are the most common control parameters:
> 30 (adjacent channel)
<15 (MUX, adjacent channel) Do You Know?
Isolation(dB)
<15 (MUX, non-adjacent channel) 1) Set gain - user settable gain per application. It’s the most common
<30 (DEMUX, adjacent channel)
> 45 (non-adjacent channel) Dowslake team is one of the most experienced team working on opti- parameter for WDM application
<40 (DEMUX, non-adjacent channel)
Ripple(dB) <0.4 <0.5 cal amplifier technology. Following are a few inventions to our team’s
2) Set power - user settable power, especially for single channel ap-
General Optical Performance credit:
plication
Directivity(dB) >50
Return Loss(dB) >45 | First DWDM EDFA in 1997, when DWDM technology was still at its 4) Set automatic shutdown - user can provide a threshold below
Fiber Type SMF-28e infancy; which the EDFA can turn off the laser for protection purpose.
PDL(dB) <0.15
PMD(ps) <0.10 | First smart EDFA in 1997, with integrated electronics, software, and
5) Set various alarm thresholds
Power Handling(mW) >500 optics for automatic gain and power control;
Temperature Ranges | First dynamic EDFA in 1998, with integrated variable attenuator to
compensate gain tilt caused by the dynamic add/drop nature of the
CATS Integration
Operating Temperature 0 to 70°C
Storage Temperature 0 to 85°C metropolitan networks; Now customers may order Dowslake optical amplifiers with full net-
Connector Type LC/UPC | First L band EDFA and first field deployed L band EDFA product in work management in association with other CATS elements such as
1999, extending DWDM spectrum from 1550 nm to 1610 nm; CLXT 10G transponders. CATS network management can commu-
| First miniature smart EDFA in 2001, shrinking EDFA packaging to a nicate with the remote amplifier shelf either through direct Ethernet
Order Matrix credit card size; connection or via optical supervisory channel (OSC).
| First pocket size C and L band gain flattened smart EDFA in 2003,
CFT Passive Mux/Demux C/DWDM Filter Module
enabling EDFA technology moving from long-haul to metro access.
Multiplexing up to 8 Channels into one Fiber

Description Code Model


Optical Amplifier Selection Guide
1RU, 19'' passive shelf for 4 x pluggable CFT module (8 ch MUX/DEMUX) 8000-960 CMD-08-4-1R
Depending on the application, EDFAs can be design for follow-
8 ch. MUX/DEMUX CWDM filter module for CMD passive 1U shelf, 1470 to
8000-961 CFT-08-4761-13-1R
1610 nm, including 1310 nm expansion port ing transmission links:
8 ch. MUX/DEMUX DWDM filter module for CMD passive 1U shelf, XX start | Sonet/SDH single wavelength transmission
80XX-962 CFT-08-XXMYY-ZZ-1R
channel ITU#, YY stop channel ITU#, ZZ expansion port channel ITU#
For this type of network, EDFA design is typically the simplest and
40CH DWDM MUX/DEMUX filter, 100G, XX start channel ITU#; YY stop
8000-970 CMD-40-1R the design focus is to allow maximum power budget to achieve the
channel ITU #, 1RU,19’’ shelf
CMD - 40 Fixed Mux/Demux highest detection sensitivity.

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CATS C-MS1025 | SmartGAIN Optical Fiber Amplifier for Sonet/SDH CATS C-MS1025 | SmartGAIN Optical Fiber Amplifier for WDM
Managed by CATS System Controller CACC Integrating VOA for Multi-wavelength Transmission, Managed by CATS System Controller

Product Specifications Product Specifications


Common Features Common Features

Wavelength Range C band: 1528 to 1565 nm C band: 1529 to 1562 nm


L band: 1570 nm to 1608 nm Wavelength Range
L band: 1570 nm to 1608 nm
Gain Flatness Not Applicable +/- 1 dB or custom
Input/Output Dectection Range 25 dB min. 35 dB max Gain Flatness
25 dB min. 35 dB max
Optical Return Loss 30 dB min. Input/Output Dynamic Range
Polarization Mode Dispersion 0.3 ps typ. 0.5 ps max. Optical Return Loss
30 dB min.
Polarization Dependent Gain 0.2 dB typ. 0.5 dB max. Polarization Mode Dispersion
0.3 ps typ. 0.5 ps max.
Power Supply -48 VDC Polarization Dependent Gain
0.2 dB typ. 0.5 dB max.
Power Consumption <15W Power Supply
-48 VDC, or 100/240VAC
Power Consumption
| Optical amplifier for WDM networks <15W
Main Features Management
| Gain flattened providing equal amplification to all channels
Management
| CACC system controller built-in Remote Access CLI, SNMP, TL1 via Telnet (TCP/IP) | Intelligent control for minimum impact when adding/dropping
Local Craft CLI via RS232 Remote Access CLI, SNMP via Telnet (TCP/IP), GUI
| Single channel applications for Sonet/SDH wavelengths Local Craft CLI via RS232
| Data rate up t0 40 Gigabit per second Environmental | Integrated variable attenuator with or without mid-stage
Environmental
| C or L band options | Built-in supervisory channel add/drop filter optional
Operating Temperature -5 to 55 OC
Operating Temperature -5 to 55 OC
| Mid-stage option for compensating DCM loss in 10G/40G networks Operating Humidity 5 to 95% (non-condensing) | Fast transient control Operating Humidity 5 to 95% (non-condensing)
Storage Temperature -20 to + 85 OC
| Supervisory channel Add/Drop, and termination within CACC | Qualified for 10G or 40G networks Storage Temperature -20 to + 85 OC

| Input and Output monitoring taps Mechanical | Fully integrated into CATS platform, with Graphic User Interface and Mechanical
| Fully integrated into CATS platform, with Graphic User Interface and Rack Mount Unit 19” 1U SNMP/CLI management Rack Mount Unit 19” 1U
Dimensions (H x W x D) 44 x 437 x 230 mm
SNMP/CLI management Dimensions (H x W x D) 44 x 437 x 230 mm

Application Specific Booster Inline Pre-amplifier Application With Mid-Stage Without Mid-Stage

C-MS1025 as part of CATS product family, is designed specifically Minimum Input (dBm) -20 - 30 -40 Minimum Input (dBm) -30 - 30

for intelligent WDM or SDH optical system. It is based on Dowslake Maximum Input (dBm) Maximum Output - Specified Gain Maximum Input (dBm) Maximum Output - Gain

flagship product MS1025, integrating Dowslake patented SmartGAIN Maximum Output (dBm) <=23 <=20 <=13 Minimum Output (dBm) Minimum Input +Specified Gain

optical amplifiers. Gain (Typical, dB, see note) 5 ~ 15 10 ~ 25 15 ~ 35 Maximum Output (dBm) 20 17

ASE Filter (optional) N/A N/A 200GHz Typical Settable Gain 10 ~ 25 10 ~ 25


MS1025 is a stand-alone shelf level optical amplifier, successfully de-
Mid-stage Loss (optional) From 3 to 12 dB customizable Noise Figure (typical, dB) 6 5.5
ployed in large scale in the United States and European networks.
Note: Mid-stage Loss (optional) 10 dB maximum no mid-stage
Now Dowslake has integrated MS1025 into CATS platform, offering 1) Customer specified output power shall be less or equal than the above specification.
2) Gain for single channel amplifier is used as reference only for optimization purpose. Transient Over-shoot +/- 1 dB typ.
C-MS1025, allowing service providers not only to benefit from the 1st
Customer can set gain within the amplifier control limit, taking into account gain and noise Note:
class amplifier supplier and the leader in optical amplifier technology, figure trade-offs.
1) Customer specified output power shall be less or equal than the above specification.
but also to take advantage of Dowslake CATS platform, in order to 2) Optimum gain is where the user achieves the best gain flatness.
3) Noise Figure is gain dependant. When user sets a lower gain compared to the optimum
expand the transmission distances in many applications such as data gain value, the noise figure will be worse.
center backup, fiber extension, Ethernet traffic transport from Gigabit
to 40 Gigabit per second. Considerations for Cost Saving
| Try to plan your wavelengths around 1550 nm first. In 1550 nm +/-
Application Example - Repeater & Optical Su- 5 nm range EDFA gain is naturally flat, thus saving gain flattening
pervisory Channel Termination cost
| You may not need variable gain EDFA if your gain variation is not
Thanks to the built-in OSC channels, C-MS1025 allows user to
more than +/- 3 dB, or your system power budget is large enough
manage remotely located optical amplifiers without the need for
to tolerate power discrepancy of different channels
any external monitoring device.
| Better flatness, or higher output power means higher cost.

Order Matrix
Order Matrix
C-MS1025 CATS Platform SmartGAIN Optical Fiber Amplifier
C-MS1025 CATS Platform SmartGAIN Optical Fiber Amplifier
Optical amplifier for Sonet/SDH transmission to compensate loss and to achieve greater distances
Optical amplifier for WDM transmission to compensate loss and to achieve greater distances
Description Code Model
Description Code Model
CATS MS1025, C-Band single channel booster or line amplifier, Max.output 15dBm, user settable gain,1RU,19'' shelf with inte-
8000-501 CMS1025-20OB15-SPC
grated controller CACC & OSC (order SFP separately), CLI/SNMP and CATS NMS. Redundancy DC power supply CATS MS1025, C-Band variable gain amplifier Max.output 20dBm for WDM, user settable gain maximum 25 dB, mid-stage
maximum 10 dB,1RU,19'' shelf with integrated controller CACC & OSC (order SFP separately),CLI/SNMP and CATS NMS. 8000-505 CMS1025-25WV20M10-SPC
CATS MS1025, C-Band single channel booster or line amplifier, Max.output 18dBm, user settable gainA,1RU,19'' shelf with inte- Redundant DC power supply
grated controller CACC & OSC (order SFP separately),CLI/SNMP and CATS NMS. Redundant DC power supply 8000-502 CMS1025-20OB18-SPC

CATS MS1025, C-Band variable gain amplifier Max.output 17dBm for WDM, user settable gain maximum 25 dB, no mid-stage,
CATS MS1025, C-Band single channel booster or line amplifier, Max.output 20dBm, user settable gainA,1RU,19'' shelf with inte- 1RU,19'' shelf with integrated controller CACC & OSC (order SFP separately),CLI/SNMP and CATS NMS. Redundant DC power 8000-506 CMS1025-25WV17M0-SPC
8000-503 CMS1025-20OB20-SPC
grated controller CACC & OSC (order SFP separately),CLI/SNMP and CATS NMS. Redundant DC power supply supply

CATS MS1025, C-Band single channel pre-amplifier, Max.output 10dBm, user settable gain,1RU,19'' shelf with integrated con-
troller CACC & OSC (order SFP separately), CLI/SNMP and CATS NMS. Redundant DC power supply 8000-504 CMS1025-20OP10-SPC Note:
1) Default optical connector: SP for SC/PC. For LC please change “SP” in model number to “LC”.
2) Default operating wavelength band: C band 1529 to 1562 nm. For L band please change “C” in model number to “L”.
Note: Custom features are available upon request. Please consult Dowslake sales representatives.
3) Custom features are available upon request. Please consult Dowslake sales representatives.

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CATS SMUX-155 | STM1/OC3 Multiplexer for E1/T1 + FE CATS SMUX-GE | Gigabit Multiplexer for E1/T1 + FE
Aggregating Voice and Data on to Sonet/SDH Networks

Product Specifications Product Specifications


| Optical STM1/OC3 Multiplexer for point-to-point connection or over | Optical multiplexer which can be used in E1/T1 and FE multi-service
Sonet/SDH networks add/drop linear or ring networks
| Simultaneous voice and data transmission | Simultaneous voice and data transmission
| 4 x E1/T1 and 1 x 10/100BaseTx over Fiber | 4 x E1/T1 and 3 x 10/100BaseTx, 2x1000M Fx over Fiber Optic
| Single fiber transmission (BiDi) available | Single fiber transmission solution available
| Web based management and integrated error testing | Web based management and integrated performance management
| Pluggable optics with SFPs | Pluggable optics for flexible transmission distance
| 3U Plug-in card or stand-alone | Stand-alone or rack-mount
| Next generation Add/Drop multiplexer for 10/100M FE and E1/T1
| Preserves the current cash flow from traditional services, such as | Trunk bandwidth 6 x 155M compared to popular MSPP equipment
SMUX-155 Copper Ethernet Interfaces
voice | Supports 4G wireless networks for backhauling
1 x 10/100 Mbps (half/full duplex, auto sensing) Ethernet 2 x 10/100BaseTx, auto negotiation
| Enables new revenue streams generated by high-bandwidth, value- Data Rate | Point-to-point or RING Connector RJ45
4 x 2.048/1.544 Mbps (E1/T1 unframed)
added Ethernet & IP-based services | Sub-50 ms Automatic Protection Switching Compliance IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.1Q
Ethernet Interface Port
| Reduces capital expenditures, making the extension of the optical | Very small size E1/T1 Interface Port
network to the customer‘s premises economically viable Ethernet 1x 10/100BaseTx, auto negotiation
E1/T1 Interface 4 x G.703
Connector RJ45
| Simple to install, operate and manage Compliance IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.1Q Connector RJ45 Connector
Line Coding HDB3 (E1), B8Z3,AMI (T1)
| Reduces operational costs by reducing site visits through full remote E1/T1 Interface Port Output Impedance 120 Ohm balanced (E1), 100 Ohm (T1)
Jitter Performance G.823, G.824, G.812 (type VI)
management 4 x G.703 Compliance G.703, G.704
E1/T1 Interface
RJ45 Connector
Connector
HDB3, B8Z3 Optical Interfaces
Line Coding
120 Ohm balanced
Output Impedance
G.823 SFP transcieiver 2 x SFP Pluggable, BiDi possible
Jitter Performance
G.703, G.704, G.706 Max Data Rate 1000 Mbps with user settable bandwidth
Compliance
1 interface can be configured as client
Up to 10km SM 1310nm
Line Port
Up to 80km SM 1550nm Grey or colored
SFP (order separately) Connector LC
Line interface
LC
Connector Features
STM-1/OC-3c
Framing
G.957, G.958
Compliance Management CLI, SNMP, Web based GUI
Certifications CE, UL,FCC, EN300-386 (B), EN60825-1
Features
Operation Condition
Management CLI, SNMP, Web based GUI
Certifications CE, UL, FCC, EN300-386 (B), EN60825-1
Humidity 10%-90% non-condensed
Operating Conditions Operating Temperature 0 °C - 50 °C

Humidity 10%-90% non-condensed Dimensions


Operating Temperature -5 °C - 55 °C
Rackmount Card 3U
Dimensions Card Dimension (mm) 30 x 130 x 190
Package Options CPE or Plug-in to Racks
Rackmount Card 3U Platform CATS
Card Dimension (mm) 30 x 130 x 190 Density See CATS1000/3000/6000
Package Options CPE or Plug-in
Platform CATS, RA-T Power consumption <8W
Density See CATS1000/3000/6000

Power consumption <8W

Example:
Using SMUX-GE for linear multi-service transport, or ring multi-
Central Office Rack service support for connecting GSM base stations with E1/T1 and Fast
Ethernet 24 x
Customer Premises

Order Matrix Order Matrix


SMUX-155 Fast Ethernet and E1 Fiber Multiplexer SMUX-GE Fast Ethernet and E1/T1 Multi-Service Fiber Multiplexer

4 x E1/T1 and 10/100BaseTx multiplexed to 155 Mbps bandwidth trunk, without power supply 4 x E1/T1 and 10/100BaseTx over Fiber, without power supply

Description Code Model Description Art. No. Short Name

E1/T1 and FE fiber optic multiplexer over STM-1/OC-3 3U card 4620-010 SMUX-155/PS-3R E1/T1 and FE fiber optic multiplexer 3U plug-in card 4637-006 SMUX-GE/PS-3R

E1/T1 and FE fiber optic multiplexer over STM-1/OC-3 stand-alone AC version 4620-510 SMUX-155/PS-3W E1/T1 and FE fiber optc multiplexer stand-alone with AC power supply 4637-506 SMUX-GE/PS-3W
1x
Order optical interface SFPs separately. Order optical interface SFPs separately.
Order 19” Rack for up to 10 SMUX-GE or up to 24 SMUX-GE separately - see specification CATS3000 and CATS6000. Order 19” Rack for up to 10 SMUX-GE or up to 24 SMUX-GE separately - see specification CATS3000 and CATS6000.

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CATS Elements for Transport & Access CATS Elements for Transport & Access

CATS SMUX-FE | E1/T1 and Fast Ethernet over Copper or Fiber ETS - B11 | Gigabit Ethernet Demarcation
TDM and IP Multiplexer Terminating Carrier GE Service with Sophisticated Management

Product Specifications Product Specifications


| Protocol transparent data transmission for E1/T1
| Data rates: 4 x E1/T1 (2.048/1.544 Mbps) plus 2 x 10/100BaseTx Copper User Ports (RJ45) ETS-B11

| Possibility to have 2 x 100BaseFx, user configurable as client or line Port density 1


Interface 10/100/1000BaseTx (full/half duplex)
| Supports fractional (n x 64 kbps) and grooming services Auto-Sensing Yes
| External reference clock input port Auto-Crossing (MDI / MDIX) Yes

| Increase the number of interfaces by cascading SMUX-FEs Fiber Optic Line Ports (SFP)

| Redundant copper or fiber optic interface on the line site, supporting


Main Features Port density
Wavelength or Distance
1 x 1000BaseFx
Choose SFP separately
several wavelengths
| Cost-effective extension of four traditional E1/T1 data interfaces | Managed Gigabit Ethernet media converter
Single Fiber Solution Support Bi-Directional SFP
| Management features like SNMP, Telnet & web-based GUI
plus two Ethernet interfaces over Packed Switched Networks (PSN) | Fully compliant to 802.3ah for Status monitoring, Parameter con- Ethernet Features
| Optimized use of packet based infrastructure Copper Ethernet Port (RJ45) figuration, Event trap notification and remote OAM loopback Bandwidth Limitation Yes
| Supports Ethernet, IP, MPLS, VLAN and double VLAN tagging Number of Ports 2 | Support Far End Fault Indication (FEFI) Performance Monitoring Yes
Bit rate 10/100BaseTx, auto negotiation, auto crossover STP/RSTP Yes
| Efficient use of existing bandwidth for legacy data via less expen- | Support Link Fault Pass Through (LFP)
Compliance IEEE 802.1p, IEEE 802.1q , IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u Supported MAC Addresses > 8k
sive PSN MAC Address table 1k MAC addresses | Support Jumbo Frame up to 9k Jumbo Frame > 9k
| Enables Point-to-Point and Point-to-Multipoint applications E1/T1 Interface Port (RJ45) | Permanent remote in-band management Compliant Standards
| Supports QoS on different layers depending on the PSN type Number of Ports 4 | Support Dying Gasp (in RA-T stand-alone chassis) 10/100/1000 Base-Tx IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u, IEEE 802.3ab
| Superior Jitter and Timing Performance Bit rate 2.048/1.544 Mbps +/- 50/32 ppm
| Support Ethernet standards 802.3x for Flow Control, 802.3w for OAM IEEE 802.3ah
Line Coding HDB3 (E1), B8ZS, AMI (T1)
1000 Base-X IEEE 802.3z
Impedance 120 Ohm (E1), 100 Ohm (T1) RSTP, 802.3xy for Pause Function, and 802.1q for VLAN Tag Trans- Flow Control IEEE 802.3x
Fiber-optic Ethernet Port (SFP) parency RSTP IEEE 802.3w
Pause Function IEEE 802.3xy
Number of Ports 2
| Compact 3U rack mount card for CATS chassis VLAN Tag Transparency IEEE 802.1q
Bit rate Fiber Optic 100BaseFx
Compliance IEEE 802.1p, IEEE 802.1q , IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u Network Management
MAC Address table 1k MAC addresses
Application Example 1 Ethernet Port Telnet/SSH
Management Local Craft RS232 (VT100) via Stand-alone RA-T-V only
Service providers can adopt ETS-B11 to provide Gigabit service to User Interface SNMPv.2, CLI, Web GUI
Ethernet 10/100BaseT (RJ45) Secure Configuration SSHv2 (Secure Shell) terminal
its customers. ETS-B11 typically connects to a carrier switch such
Local Craft RS232 (RJ45) Available Only with Stand-alone Packaging
as Cisco Catalyst, within a distance up to 80 km. At customer end, Mechanical
User Interface SNMP, CLI, Web GUI

IP Capability
ETS-B11 provides copper connection to the customer’s IP equipment. Rackmount Card 3U
Card Dimension (mm) 30 x 130 x 190
The management capability, the compact size, the interroperability Package Options CPE or Plug-in to Racks
Quality of Service (QoS) According IEEE 802.1p VLAN (priority field),
Platform CATS
priority labeling (ToS), MPLS label between ETS-B11 and major carrier switch, and the low cost are a Density See CATS1000/3000/6000
VLAN Single or Double Tagging, up to 4096 Vlans
few reasons that ETS-B is the right solution for GE termination.
Power Consumption <4W
E1/T1 Timing Capability

External Clock Input 2048 kHz (50 ppm)


Applications Clock Recovery Internal (32 ppm) or From Incoming Trafic
Jitter Performance G.823, G.824, G.812 (Type VI),
One of the major applications for SMUX-FE is wireless backhaul. EN302 084, T1.101 (Stratum 4)

SMUX-FE can feed both 2G and 3G wireless BTS. The dual uplink
Compliant to G.703, G.704 Application Example 2
design allows to offer redundancy against link down. Mechanical Dimension ETS-B11 can work as a managed media converter for Gigabit Ether-
Rackmount Card 3U net.
Card Dimension (mm) 30 x 130 x 190
Another application for SMUX-FE is for simple multiplexing of E1/T1 Package Options CPE or Plug-in to Racks
Platform CATS
and Fast Ethernet signals for point-to-point application. Density See CATS1000/3000/6000
Power Consumption < 8W
Note: User can configure any of Ethernet port to be either client or line
link. Thus, without using SFP, SMUX-FE can be a simple E1/T1 multi-
pler over copper 10/100BaseT. Rackmount

For more sophisticated carrier Ethernet features, please check CATS


Order Matrix CMTS-GE (page 20), or MTS series carrier Ethernet switches (page
21).
SMUX-FE Order Matrix
Access Multiplexer for voice and data transmission via Ethernet, MPLS or IP networks Check www.dowslakemicro.com for the most updated Ethernet
ETS-B11
Description Code Model
products and solutions.
Gigabit Ethernet Media Converter
Fiber multplexer 4xE1+2x10/100BaseT over 2x100BaseFx, 3U rack
4638-006 SMUX-FE-/PS-3R
card. Order SFP separately Description Code Model

Gigabit Ethernet media converter compliant to


802.3ah, 1 RJ45 port user link 10/100/1000BaseT, 1 5008-005 ETS-B11/PS-3R
fiber uplink 1000M Fx

CPE Order rack, chassis and pluggable SFP modules separately.

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CATS Elements for Transport & Access

CATS CMTS-GE | Gigabit Ethernet Services Delivery


L2 Carrier Ethernet Switch Compliant to 802.3ah, 802.1ag, and Y.1731

Product Specifications

Copper Interface

Fast Ethernet 6 x 10/100BaseT


Compliance IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.1Q

Optical Interface

Data Rate 1000BaseFx


Main Features Number of Interfaces
Up to 10km
2 x SFPs, Hot pluggable, BiDi possible
SM 1310 nm
Up to 80km SM 1550 nm Grey or Colored
| Ethernet demarcation and service delivery with GE trunk Connector LC

MTS Series Carrier Ethernet Switch - Aggregation or Access


| Prioritized Ethernet services in a compact card Features
| Ring capable with automatic protection switching G.8032
QoS/SLA Priority, Policing, Shaping, Scheduling
| QoS and OAM functions per 802.3ah, 802.1ag and Y.1731 OAM 802.3ah, 802.1ag, Y.1731
| 2 x GE SFP, 2 x 10/100/1000BaseT, 4 x 10/100BaseT Protection STP, RSTP, Link Aggregation, G.8032
Management CLI, SNMP, Web based GUI
| Any port can be user configurable as either client or line interface Certification CE, UL, FCC, EN300-386 (B), EN60825-1 MTS Series Carrier Ethernet switches are designed for
| Ethernet and local RS232 management ports Ethernet aggregation and access applications. These
Operating Conditions
| Fits CATS platform for CPE or central office application
Operating Temperature -5 °C to 55 °C switches are not ordinary enterprise switches - they
Humidity 5 to 85% RH non-condensing
provide the latest carrier Ethernet features and comply
Dimensions (H x W x D)
to IEEE, ITU and MEF standards.
Rack Mount Unit 3U
Card Dimensions (H x W x D) 30 x 130 x 190mm
Package Options CPE or Plug-in
Platform CATS
Density See CATS1000/3000/6000 Carrier Ethernet Differentiation Versus Enterprise Ethernet
Power Consumption <25W
* ITU standard Y.1731 and IEEE standard 802.1ag have been de-
Fault detection, location, and correction.
OAM Performance monitoring for jitter, delay veloped for end-to-end fault management and performance monitor-
Traffic statistics
Conformance Color Service Frame Delivery ing of Ethernet services and infrastructure.
Flow or EVC based CIR/PIR
Service Frames green and delivered per QoS Priority, Policing, Shaping, Scheduling * IEEE 802.3ah addresses similar concerns but for the link instead
CIR the performance objectives specified in Service Level Assurances of for the end-to-end connection.
the SLA/SLS. End to End Services
Standardized
Carrier telephony and video IEEE 802.1ag specifies protocols and procedures for Connectiv-
Services
Service Frames are yellow and may be EPL, EVPL, EP-LAN, EVP-LAN ity Fault Management, enabling discovery, verification, and isolation
EIR delivered but with no performance assur-
From thousands to millions of end users of the location of any interruption in Ethernet services. For fault
ances. Scale Isolation of client ports
From 1 Mbps to 10 Gbps
detection, Continuity Check messages are periodically sent in-band
through the network. Loopback messages are used to verify con-
None Service Frames are red and dropped. High availability. nectivity between a local device and a remote device, depending
Reliability
Failover in less than 50 milliseconds, without affecting users.
on whether or not Loopback Reply messages are received. Fault
isolation can be similarly achieved through Linktrace Messages and
Applications - CPE or FE Aggregation OAM Linktrace Replies.
For more details on QoS and OAM features, please check MTS series
CMTS-GE is a compact version of MTS180 (see MTS series carrier First and foremost, Carrier Ethernet is significantly enhanced by
Carrier Ethernet Switch section, Page 17 Y.1731 extends these OAM capabilities, primarily with performance
Ethernet switch). It is lower cost thanks to less port density and plug- carrier-class OAM or Operations, Administration, and Maintenance. To monitoring, and also including a fault notification by means of an
in card design (instead of 1RU “pizza-box”). CMTS-GE offers however provide highly reliable services to customers, service providers need Alarm Indication Signal. Performance monitoring and reporting
similar features as MTS180, namely QoS and OAM for prioritized a comprehensive and powerful set of monitoring and management are the foundation for offering quality and Service Level Assurances
Ethernet service delivery. capabilities. Several standards have been developed to serve this to customers. Frame Loss is calculated by sending transmit and
need: receive counters within the Continuity Check Messages. The far end
Order Matrix counters can then be compared with those produced locally to derive
frame loss ratio as a percentage. Similarly, Frame Delay is calcu-
CMTS-GE Ethernet Service Delivery

Gigabit Ethernet with L2 Function

Description Code Model Central Office Rack

GE Ethernet Demarcation 8000-380 CMTS-GE-3R

Order Rack,pluggable SFP modules.

Customer Premises

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MTS Series Carrier Ethernet Switch MTS Series Carrier Ethernet Switch

lated by using a timestamp for Delay Measurement. The receiving point (DSCP) markings. The CIR and EIR will normally be selected
Automatic Protection - EAPS or G.8032
end can derive the time delay experienced across the network. This with traffic prioritization in mind, such that the CIR accommodates MTS series carrier Ethernet switches can achieve Sonet/SDH - like
requires each service end point to have synchronized clocks. Al- the highest priority traffic and the lowest priority is relegated to the fast protection switch-over, thanks to the adoption of the advanced
ternatively, Delay Measurement Messages and Replies can be used EIR. Connection Admission Control can also now be implemented Automatic Protection Switching per EAPS or G.8032 standards.
to calculate the two-way frame delay; this method does not require so that traffic that would exceed the CIR may be gracefully rejected
Although the mechanism of EAPS and G.8032 is slightly different,
clock synchronization. ITU-T Y.1731 calculates frame delay variation (by signaling vs. dropping). Typically bandwidth parameters can be
they all intend to achieve the same result - fast switch over when the
by tracking frame delay measurements. configured per customer or port, but may be configured per EVC,
connection is broken.
or even per each class of service within an EVC (also known as per
IEEE 802.3ah addresses similar concerns but at the link layer
flow). Provider monitoring and reporting of service performance is Each MTS is equipped with a build-in powerful microprocessor for
instead of end-to-end. This standard is also known as Ethernet in the
the basis of the Service Level Assurances given to customers. packet processing. Depending on the user configuration, each MTS
First Mile and uses untagged Slow Protocol Frames, no more than
is set up as either (Data) Master or Slave. Master keeps sending a
10 per second, for OAM messaging between the customer premises
Conformance Color Service Frame Delivery heart-beat to each SLAVE. A constant OAM channel is then estab-
equipment and the central office equipment. It allows for vendor-
Service Frames green and delivered per lished among all the units on the same network.
specific extensions, which may be used for bandwidth provisioning
CIR the performance objectives specified in
or firmware downloads, for example, without requiring IP addresses. When a fault happens (fiber cut or equipment failure), the corre-
the SLA/SLS.
The monitoring and management capabilities needed by service sponding MTS detects a link-down on any of its (line) ports in the Carrier Ethernet Switch for Packet ADM
providers to provide highly reliable services to customers are now in Service Frames are yellow and may be EAPS Domain, it then immediately sends a "link down" control frame
place. EIR delivered but with no performance assur- on the OAM channel to the Master. In addition, the Master would Bandwidth Ports for 1 G and 10 G Optical Ethernet
ances.
not receive the response to its heartbeat. When the failure happens,
QoS the Master would initiate the protection switchover, making the ring
VLAN tagging Q-in-Q double VLAN tagging

None Service Frames are red and dropped. healed within 50 ms. OAM End-to-End Connection, Performance monitoring and Fault Correction
Quality of Service and Service Level Assurances must be available
from carriers to EAPS is valid for either point-to-point, or ring topology. Priority and QoS Priority handling to meet guaranteed QoS and SLAs

* extend the usefulness of Carrier Ethernet,


Resiliency Sub-50 msec restoration
* make it suitable for real time applications such as voice and
video Scale High bandwidth and large number of customers

* put it on a par with other Metro and WAN services.

Quality of Service can be achieved with the monitoring of service Major Application II - Customer Premises
qualities such as availability, frame loss, delay, and delay variation, as
The biggest interest for carriers to utilize a carrier Ethernet switch,
enabled by Y.1731.
such as Dowslake MTS, as a CPE, is due to the possibility for priori-
Quality of Service Concern Solutions tized traffic management. A carrier Ethernet type of device organizes
traffics according to their priorities first. Then through policing, traffics
Committed, Peak, and Excess
Bandwidth are sorted out before being shaped according to their categories and
Information Rates
priorities. The carrier Ethernet switch would then utilize the schedul-
ing to pass the traffics to the uplink. In other words, customer traffics
Frame Loss SLA specified. Flow control
Scalability Through S-VLAN ID G.8032 uses slightly different mechanism. It uses CCM (Continu- are organized according to their priority, and traffics from Gold level
ity Check Message), per Y1731 standard, to continously survey the customers are guaranteed up to CIR such that no packet would be
SLA specified. Traffic Prioritization, IEEE 802.1ad (Provider Bridges, also known as Q-in-Q or Stacked
Delay & Delay Variation lost within CIR bandwidth.
shaping, and scheduling VLANs) enables scaling VLANs to thousands of enterprise custom- health of the network. G.8032 is specifically applicable for ring appli-
ers, and millions of users. While 4096 VLANS as per 802.1Q are cations. It requires that for a number of nodes not exceeding 16, the
Availability Monitoring, fast failover sufficient for enterprises, this is not adequate for larger scale service protection switching speed must be below 50 ms.
provider networks. To implement stacked VLANs, customer’s traffic
In order to achieve such performance, Dowslake has spent major ef-
Carrier Ethernet service also defines attributes such as the Bandwidth is tagged with a service provider VLAN ID (S-VLAN) at the edge of
fort in software development involving real time embedded operating
profile, which includes: provider’s network, allowing not only separation of customer traffic
systems and the most advanced switching hardware. Currently all
but also differentiated treatment of customer traffic through the
* a Committed Information Rate (CIR), Dowslake L2 switches which are intended for ring applications comply
service provider network. With this independence, each customer’s
to G.8032.
* Excess Information Rate (EIR), (or a PIR Peak Rate, which is the traffic can be transported transparently: all addresses, management
sum of the CIR and EIR) traffic, broadcasts etc are contained only within the customer VLAN
Major Application I - Packet ADM
(C-VLAN). A Q-in-Q frame looks like a VLAN 802.1Q frame, but has
* Committed/Excess Burst Size (CBS/EBS).
two 802.1Q tags instead of one. In Metro areas, carrier’s networks are often in a ring topology since
With a CIR, customers are assured of enough bandwidth for their rings are easy to deploy and provide link failure protection. With MTS
high priority and time-sensitive protocols, such as voice traffic, while Series carrier Ethernet switch, adding Ethernet capacity and services
the EIR allows for full use of the available bandwidth. Note this sig- is less expensive, and more flexible than adding additional SONET/
nificant improvement over traditional Ethernet Class of Service traffic SDH capacity. In combination with WDM equipment, either from
prioritization, which does not offer any bandwidth guarantees. Dowslake CATS product line, or from a 3rd party, MTS Carrier Ether-
net switch can be implemented directly onto a wavelength. Each node
Prioritization of traffic is achieved with the 802.1Q 3-bit user_priority
passed by this particular wavelength carrying Ethernet is an Ethernet
field, and priority is set based on high layer protocol, physical port,
switch that acts as an ADM or add-drop multiplexer for Ethernet traf-
or VLAN ID. Most implementations also can map priority from IP
fic, at lower costs than SONET/SDH ADMs.
packets to Ethernet, according to IP layer differentiated services code

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MTS Series Carrier Ethernet Switch MTS Series Carrier Ethernet Switch

L3 Routing Capability Supported Protocols


MTS6000 | High Density 10 G Carrier Ethernet Aggregation Switch
- Comprehensive IPv4 unicast routing support Standard Routing Protocol
Static, RIP, OSPF, IS-IS, BGP-4 support
Support for VRRP 802.3 10BaseT RFC 791 IP
8-path Equal Cost Multipath (ECMP) 802.3u 100BaseTX,100BaseFX RFC 792 ICMP
Overview 802.3z 1000BaseSX RFC 793 TCP
Supported IPv4 multicast protocols include PIM-DM,PIM-SM, PIM-
MTS6000 is a multi-card, fully redundant, carrier Ethernet switch SSM 802.3z 1000BaseLX RFC 783 TFTP
providing L2/L3/L4 wire-speed switching and routing capability. The IGMP v2/v3 routing and snooping support 802.3ab 1000BaseT RFC 826 ARP
backplane capacity is up to 768Gbps with a selection of line cards for - Hardware-based Layer 3 and Layer 2 ACLs 802.3ae 10 Gigabit Ethernet RFC 768 UDP
10G or GE ring aggregation at carrier’s central office. Ability to bind multiple ACLs to the same port 802.3x Flow Control RFC 894 IP over Ethernet
Hardware-based receive ACLs 802.3ad Link Aggregation RFC 903 RARP
- security capabilities: 802.1p/q VLAN Tagging RFC 1027 Proxy ARP
Main Feature 802.1d Bridging RFC 684 TELNET
Port-based network access control using 802.1x or MAC
- port security 802.1w Rapid STP RFC 1591 DNS (client)
| Chassis with 2 CPU + 4 line card slots
Root guard and BPDU guard 802.1s Multiple STP RFC 1812 General Routing
| Available line cards include 8 port 10G, 24 port GE types
Broadcast, multicast and unknown unicast rate limits 802.1x User authentication RFC 1541 and 1542 DHCP
| Up to 768Gbps capacity with dual switch fabric/CPU
ARP Inspection for static entries 802.3 Ethernet Like MIB RFC 2131 BootP/DHCP Helper
| Power Supply, CPU and switch fabric redundancy
Ethernet Interface MIB RFC 2338 VRRP
| IPv4 L3 hardware based routing L2 Switching Capability
| IPv4 L3 hardware based multicast routing MPLS Capability SNMP v1, v2c and V3
- Auto-negotiation for port speed and duplex mode Flow Control: SNMP MIB II Other Protocols
| Suports L2 and L3 MPLS
- IEEE 802.3x & Back-Pressure MTS6000 comes with MPLS capability. It provides a complete solution
| MEF 9 Abstract Test Suite for Ethernet Services at UNI RFC1354 IP Forwarding MIB
- Spanning Tree Protocol: for MPLS, Layer 2, and Layer 3 virtual private networks (VPNs) by us- OSPF
| MEF 14 Abstract Test Suite for Traffic Management RFC 1757 RMON Groups
IEEE 802.1D Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) ing MPLS based virtual private wire service (VPWS) and VPLS (virtual
| Supports 10G Ethernet over WDM RFC 2178 OSPF 1,2,3,9
IEEE 802.1w Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP) private LAN services). MTS1928 can operate the following functions:
| Bandwidth configuration and QoS, Q-in-Q features RFC 1583 OSPF v2 RFC 2068 HTTP
IEEE 802.1s Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol (MSTP) - MPLS label operation in the core
| Multiple Rings Protection Switching per EAPS RFC 1587 OSPF NSSA RFC 2030 SNTP
- VLANs: - VPWS ( L2 MPLS pseudo-wires or L2 MPLS PWE)
| OAM Features RFC 1745 OSPF Interactions RFC 2138 RADIUS
4K IEEE 802.1Q VLANs RFC4448—encapsulation methods for transport of Ethernet over
MPLS RFC 1765 OSPF Database Overflow RFC 3619 EAPS
Port-based VLAN
Automatic Protection Capability Provides a point-to-point Layer 2 virtual circuit that allows extension RFC 1680 OSPF Traps
Q-in-Q 802.1ad
of a LAN seg ment across MPLS cloud networks. RFC 2154 OSPF w/Digital Signatures BGPv4
- EAPS (RFC3619): Switchover time:<50ms Add/Remove inner tag
Provides the MPLS lookup at the end of the PW to determine the RFC2328 OSPF v2
- Failure detection Inner tag translation RFC 4271 BGPv4
final output port (after decapsulating or terminating the packet) RFC 1680 OSPF v2 MIB
Loss of Light/Signal - Link Aggregation: RFC 1745 OSPF Interactions
- VPLS RFC 1997 Communities Attributes
Manually Initiated Switch Static Trunk RFC 1997 Communities & At-
Provides a point-to-multipoint service RFC 2368 TCP MD5
- In-service addition of nodes to the ring IEEE 802.3ad LACP tributes
Support for hub and spoke VPN and mesh VPN topologies RFC 2370 OSPF Opaque LSA Option
Load Balancing: SA,DA,SA+DA,SIP,DIP,SIP+, DIP RFC 2439 Route Flap Dampen-
Management Features Trunk groups: 8 Provides a full L2 lookup at the end of the PW based on the inner L2 ing
- Command Line Interface (CLI), SNMP v1,v2 header RFC 2796 Route Reflection
- Multicast
- L3 MPLS-VPN using BGP VPN extensions (RFC2547)
IP Multicast
- SSHv2,Telnet, FTP/TFTP IGMP Snooping RFC 1965 BGP4 Confederations
- Remote In-band Management IGMP Proxy query Provides address space and routing separation through per-VPN RFC 1122 DVMRP Host Requirements RFC 2842 Capability Advertise-
- Hitless software local and remote upgrade routing tables (VRF) RFC 1256 ICMP Router Discovery ment
- Alarm: traps and dry-contact QoS Capability - L3 MPLS traffic engineering (TE) Protocol RFC 2918 Route Refresh
- RADIUS & Syslog - Fast reroute non-shortest path routing) RFC 1112 IGMP Capability
- 8 Priority Queues
- RMON: RFC2819 groups: Ethernet history, Alarm, and Event; - MPLS DiffServ RFC 2236 IGMP v2 RFC 1269 Managed Objects
- Two levels of hierarchical scheduling policing parameters:
- Reports for customer validation RFC 2362 PIM-SM,DVMRP v3-07 for BGP
CIR, PIR, CBS, EBS Automatic Protection Capability RFC 2336 IGMP v2 RFC 2385 BGP Session Protec-
- Priority Queues Scheduling Scheme:
Network Management System (NMS) - EAPS (RFC3619) tion via TCP MD5
- Client-server Based NMS using Java Graphic Interface
SP, WRR, WDRR, SP+WRR/WDRR
- Failure detection
IS-IS RFC 3682 Generalized TTL
- Rate Limiting: 1Mbps per step
- MySQL Database for Information Collection and Storage Security Mechanism, for eBGP
- UNI port Egress Policing: Per flow, EVC, UNI port Loss of Light/Signal – RFC 1195 Routing in TCP/IP and
- Can operate in multiple OS environment (Windows or Linux) Session Protection
- Total number of flow: >10K Manually Initiated Switch Dual Environments
- Topology based Network Management with Auto-detection of sub- RFC 4273 BGP-4 MIB
- Traffic classification and priority management based on: - In-service addition of nodes to the ring – RFC 1142 OSI IS-IS Intra-domain
networks or elements RFC 3682 Generalized TTL
IEEE 802.1p Routing Protocol
- Monitors and Supervises the Entire Access Network Built Based on
IP Precedence/DSCP SLA Statistics Capability – RFC 2763 Dynamic Host Name
Security Mechanism, for eBGP
Dowslake Products Session Protection
TCP/UDP port number - Ethernet Frame Loss Ratio (FLR) Exchange
- Can integrate 3rd Party Element Management System (EMS) Based
– RFC 2966 Domain-wide Prefix
on SNMP, CLI or HTTP
IP Address - Ethernet Frame Delay (FD) RIP
Mac Address - Ethernet Frame Delay Variation (FDV) Distribution
Ethernet Type - Errored Symbols Seconds RFC 1058 RIP v1
C-VLAN - Errored Frames Seconds RFC 1723 RIP v2
RFC 2698 and MEF specs 10 marker (colors) - Ethernet statistics RFC 1812 RIP Requirements
- Link status

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MTS Series Carrier Ethernet Switch MTS Series Carrier Ethernet Switch

Application Example Product Specifications MTS1080 | 10 G Carrier Ethernet L2 Switch


System Control Card

RS232 1xRJ45
AUX 1xRJ45
GE-Combo Upgrade Port 1000M SFP or RJ45
Flash Memory Slot
Build-in Switch Fabric
Pcmcia up to 4GB
Capacity 384Gb per Card
Main Feature
Hot swapable Yes
| Up to 4 x 10 G Port Carrier Ethernet Switch
Line Card 24GE-SFP
| 1U 19 inch rack 24 x GE ports 2x10G model MTS1080-24-2
Port Density 24SFP, include 4 SFP/TX Combo Ports
Data Rate 1000Base Fx
| Suports Packet ADM and Customer Premises Applications
Wavelength or Distance Choose SFP separately | Supports 10G Ethernet over WDM
Single Fiber Solution Support Bi-Directional SFP
Hot swapable Yes | Bandwidth configuration and QoS, Q-in-Q features
Line Card 8TE-XFP | Ring Protection Switching per G.8032
| OAM Features per 802.3ah, 802.1ag, Y1731
Port Density 8 x 10G XFP
Data Rate 10 GbE
Wavelength or Distance Choose XFP separately (1310, 1550, WDM)
Hot swapable Yes

Power Supply Card


Management Features
AC Power Supply 100 ~ 240VAC, 50/60 Hz, min. 5A - Command Line Interface (CLI), Java based GUI, SNMP v1,v2 4x10G model MTS1080-24-4
DC Power Supply -36 to - 72VDC, min. 20A
- SSHv2,Telnet, FTP/TFTP
Network Management - Remote In-band Management

Ethernet Port Telnet/SSH


- Hitless software local and remote upgrade L2 Switching Capability
Local Craft RS232 (VT100) - Alarm: traps and dry-contact
User Interface NMS, SNMPv.2, CLI - Auto-negotiation for port speed and duplex mode Flow Control:
Secure Configuration SSHv2 (Secure Shell) terminal - RADIUS & Syslog
MTS6000 as a high capacity switch system, is best suited for central - IEEE 802.3x & Back-Pressure
- RMON
office applications to aggregate multiple 10G or GE rings and connect NMS Terminal Specifications - Spanning Tree Protocol:
RFC 2613 groups: SMONVlanstat, SMONPrioStat
them to the MPLS core network. IEEE 802.1D Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)
Operating System Windows NT/Windows 2000/Windows XP RFC2819 groups: Ethernet history, Alarm, and Event;
CPU Pentium IV 1.6GHz IEEE 802.1w Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP)
Memory 512 MB RAM RFC2819 groups: Ethernet statistics
Conneting Access Networks to MPLS Core Hard Drive 320 MB - VLANs:
- Reports for customer validation
The availability of 10G line cards in MTS6000 supporting MPLS allows Compliance Status
4K IEEE 802.1Q VLANs
the access network built based on Dowslake MTS series switches
NEBS Level 3 GR-63 Application Examples Port-based VLAN
to connect to the core MPLS network. With its L2/L3/L4 capability, EMC GR-1089 Q-in-Q 802.1ad
MTS6000 organises incoming and outgoing traffics in whatever way Safety UL (# E318639); CE (EMC/EMI) Conneted Rings Add/Remove inner tag
the user needs, such as labeling, tagging, forwarding, adding or drop- Operating Conditions
User can build 2 connected rings using MTS1080 models. The 4x10G Inner tag translation
ping, prioritizing etc., with additional security. Temperature - 5 to + 55 °C model would be sitting at the cross point with the four 10G ports - Link Aggregation:
In such situation, MTS6000 plays the dual role as the edge switch for Humidity 5 to 85% non-condensing Static Trunk
Power Consumption 1000W fully loaded equally splitted to support north and south rings. The 2x10G model
the MPLS core, and the aggregation switch for the access rings. hands off Gigabit traffics at customer locations. IEEE 802.3ad LACP
Load Balancing: SA,DA,SA+DA,SIP,DIP,SIP+, DIP
User Configurable Network or Client Interfaces Trunk groups: 8
Aggregation of 10G Rings
As illustrated above, one MTS6000 can support up to 32x10G ports, Order Matrix MTS1080 also allows user to connect to customer equipment with
making it possible to aggregate up to 16 rings with each of them hav- MTS6000 High Capacity Aggregation Switch both Gigabit and 10G links, i.e., user can configure any of the 10G
ing 10G capacity. ports to be either network facing or client facing, and set limited QoS Capability
10 Gigabit Carrier Etherne L3 Switch
bandwidth for the 10G pipe as needed. For example, user can set 2 - 8 Priority Queues
Description Code Model
Aggregation of GE Rings Gigabit bandwidth using one of 10G client links. - Two levels of hierarchical scheduling policing parameters:
Similar to the aggregation of 10G rings, MTS6000 can also handle up chassis for 6U MTS6000 aggregation switch, includ-
ing 2xDC power supplies
7090-600 MTS6-2DC CIR, PIR, CBS, EBS
to 48 GE rings (4 line cards of up to 24xGE ports each). - Priority Queues Scheduling Scheme:
system controller card for MTS6000. Order 2 units
7090-610 MTS6-MSU-III SP, WRR, WDRR, SP+WRR/WDRR
for CPU redundancy
Complete Redundancy Plug-in card for MTS6000, with up to 8xXFP plug-
- Rate Limiting: 1Mbps per step
7090-620 MTS6-8TE-XFP
The redundant design of the system control, switch fabric and power gables - UNI port Egress Policing: Per flow, EVC, UNI port
supply makes the user worry free. Also, cross-card redudnancy is Plug-in card for MTS6000, with up to 24xSFP plug- - Total number of flow: >1K
7090-630 MTS6-24GE-SFP
available. For example, user can connect 10G port from line card A gables 1000M - Traffic classification and priority management based on:
and another 10G port from line card B to build a ring, so in case one Plug-in card for MTS6000, 12xGE SFP and MTS6-12GE-TxSFP- IEEE 802.1p
7090-640
12x10/100/1000BaseT, supports MPLS MPLS
of the line cards is down, the built-in protection will allow traffics to go IP Precedence/DSCP
in the other direction of the ring without making the ring broken. Plug-in card for MTS6000, 8 x XFP pluggables, TCP/UDP port number
7090-650 MTS6-8TE-XFP-MPLS
supports MPLS
IP Address
Please Order pluggable SFP and XFP modules separately. Mac Address
Ethernet Type
C-VLAN
RFC 2698 and MEF specs 10 marker (colors)

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MTS Series Carrier Ethernet Switch MTS Series Carrier Ethernet Switch

OAM Capability Product Specifications


Fiber Optic GE Ports (SFP)
MTS1928 | 10 G Carrier Ethernet L3 Switch
- 802.3ah
Remote failure indication, Self discovery Port Density 24
Data Rate 1000Base Fx
Dying Gasp Wavelength or Distance Choose SFP separately
Single Fiber Solution Support Bi-Directional SFP
Link Fault, Critcal Event
Main Feature
Remote Loopback Fiber Optic 10GE Ports (XFP)

Delay/delay variation Port Density 2 or 4 | Up to 4 x 10 G Port Carrier Ethernet Switch


Data Rate 10 GbE,with or without OTN
Frame loss test Wavelength or Distance Choose XFP separately (1310, 1550, WDM) | 1U 19 inch rack 24 x GE ports
User data packets loopback, User enable/disable loopback Single Fiber Solution Optional | IPv4 L3 hardware based routing
Performance monitoring Ethernet Features | IPv4 L3 hardware based multicast routing
Errored Symbols Seconds, Errored Frames Summary Bandwidth Limitation tamper-proof in steps of 1 Mbps per port | Suports L2 and L3 with optional MPLS capability
Performance Monitoring Yes | Supports 10G Ethernet over WDM
DHCP Client Support Yes L2 Switching Capability
- IEEE 802.1ag (CFM) VLAN Support Port, EVC or Flow based tagging and QinQ. | Bandwidth configuration and QoS, Q-in-Q features
Policing/Shaping/Scheduling - Auto-negotiation for port speed and duplex mode Flow Control:
Path discovery, Fault detection Supported MAC Addresses 4096
| Ring Protection Switching per EAPS
Link trace Message and Reply (LTM, LTR) Link/Ring Protection EAPS acc. RFC3619 or per G.8032 | OAM Features - IEEE 802.3x & Back-Pressure
Continuity Check Messages (CCM) Optional Forward Error Correction Features - Spanning Tree Protocol:
Fault verification and isolation IEEE 802.1D Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)
Link Interface w./ FEC 11.1 Gbps (G.709 OTU2) with FEC on
Loopback Message and Reply (LBM, LBR) FEC Coding G. 975 (RS 255, 239) Management Features IEEE 802.1w Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP)
Link Interface w/o FEC 10.3 Gbps
Fault notification and recovery IEEE 802.1s Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol (MSTP)
Network Management
- Command Line Interface (CLI, SNMP v1,v2)
Performance monitoring - VLANs:
- SSHv2,Telnet, FTP/TFTP
Frame Loss Ratio (FLR), Delay (FD) and Delay Variation (FDV) Ethernet Port Telnet/SSH 4K IEEE 802.1Q VLANs
Local Craft RS232 (VT100) - Remote In-band Management
User Interface SNMPv.2, CLI, GUI Port-based VLAN
Secure Configuration SSHv2 (Secure Shell) terminal - Hitless software local and remote upgrade
- ITU Y.1731 AIS/RDI/LCK/TST Q-in-Q 802.1ad
- Alarm: traps and dry-contact
Compliance Status Add/Remove inner tag
- RADIUS & Syslog
Automatic Protection Capability NEBS Level 3 GR-63
- RMON: RFC2819 groups: Ethernet history, Alarm, and Event;
Inner tag translation
EMC GR-1089
Safety UL (# E318639); CE (EMC/EMI)
- Link Aggregation:
- EAPS (RFC3619) - Reports for customer validation
Static Trunk
- G.8032: under 50ms for up to 16 nodes Operating Conditions
IEEE 802.3ad LACP
Dual ring, Subtending rings, Multiple rings Temperature
Humidity
- 5 to + 55 °C
5 to 85% non-condensing
Application Example Load Balancing: SA,DA,SA+DA,SIP,DIP,SIP+, DIP
CCM OAMPDU failure detection
Trunk groups: 8
- Failure detection Mechanical The major difference between a L2 and L3 switch is the possibility
- Multicast
Loss of Light/Signal 1U 19” Rackmount 44 x 483 x 240 (H x W x D, mm) to do routing. MTS1928 has the possibility to do Hot Standby when
1.5U 19” Rackmount 66 x 483 x 240 (H x W x D, mm) IGMP Snooping
Loss of Continuity (CCM) doing routing.
IGMP Proxy query
Manually initiated switch-over Power Consumption < 75W (23 BTU/H)
In the below illustration, 2 Dowslake L3 switches, MTS1928, are
- In-service addition of nodes to the ring
connected in the GE rings built based on Dowslake L2 Gigabit switch
Order Matrix MTS180, with each of them connected to both core routers. The QoS Capability
Ethernet over WDM Capability built-in L3 protocol VRRP of MTS1928 takes care of monitoring and
- Optional built-in optical tray for WDM mux/demux or add/drop - 8 Priority Queues
MTS1080 supervision of the equipment.
- Instantly upgrade link capacity using colored 10G transceivers - Two levels of hierarchical scheduling policing parameters:
10 Gigabit Carrier Ethernet Switch
- Optional forward error correction for long distance transport Ring Broken: In case one of Gigabit switch MTS180 is down, or there CIR, PIR, CBS, EBS
Description Code Model is a fiber cut in the ring, the ring switches over in the other direction - Priority Queues Scheduling Scheme:
24xGE ports, 2x10G ports, no FEC, without SFP based on automatic protection switching concept. SP, WRR, WDRR, SP+WRR/WDRR
and XFP ; 1RU 19'' shelf with redundant DC power. 7000-150 MTS1080-10GE-24-2
CLI/SNMP/GUI management
- Rate Limiting: 1Mbps per step
Conection to Core Router Broken: In case one of MTS1928 is down,
- UNI port Egress Policing: Per flow, EVC, UNI port
24xGE ports, 4x10G ports , No FEC, without SFP or one of the core router is down, the hot stand-by feature provided
and XFP ; 1RU 19'' shelf with redundant DC power 7000-160 MTS1080-10GE-24-4 - Total number of flow: >1K
by MTS1928 takes care of the traffic flow, making the network very
and CLI/SNMP/GUI management - Traffic classification and priority management based on:
robust.
24xGE ports, up to 4x10G ports , with 2 10G port IEEE 802.1p
configurable for FEC, without SFP and XFP; 1RU
7000-190 MTS1080-10GC-24-4 IP Precedence/DSCP
4x10G model with integrated optical 19'' shelf with redundant DC power and CLI/SNMP/
GUI management included TCP/UDP port number
WDM tray MTS1080-24-4-1.5R
IP Address
24xGE, 4x10GE, without SFP and XFP;; 1.5U high
19” shelf, with redundant DC power and CLI/SNMP/ MTS1080-10GE-24- Mac Address
7000-165
GUI management, built-in filter tray. Order filter 4-1.5R
Ethernet Type
tray separately
C-VLAN
4CH 100G DWDM OADM fi lter, XX start dropping RFC 2698 and MEF specs 10 marker (colors)
70xx-154 MTS-04-D-XXAYY
channel ITU#; YY stop dropping channel ITU #

8CH 100G DWDM MUX/DEMUX filter, XX start


70xx-158 MTS-08-D-XXMYY
channel ITU#; YY stop channel ITU #

Please Order pluggable SFP/XFP and optical MUX/DEMUX or OADM tray separately.

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MTS Series Carrier Ethernet Switch MTS Series Carrier Ethernet Switch

L3 Routing Capability Product Specifications MTS180 | Gigabit Carrier Ethernet L2 Switch


- Comprehensive IPv4 unicast routing support Fiber Optic GE Ports (SFP)
Static, RIP, OSPF, IS-IS, BGP-4 support
Port Density 24
Support for VRRP Data Rate 1000Base Fx
Wavelength or Distance Choose SFP separately
8-path Equal Cost Multipath (ECMP) Single Fiber Solution Support Bi-Directional SFP Main Features
Supported IPv4 multicast protocols include PIM-DM,PIM-SM, PIM-
Copper GE Ports
SSM | 4 x GE carrier Ethernet switch
IGMP v2/v3 routing and snooping support Port Density 4 | User configurable GE ports to be either line or client interfaces
Data Rate 10/1001000Base T
- Hardware-based Layer 3 and Layer 2 ACLs | 8 or 16 x 10/100BaseT + 8 x 100BaseFx interfaces
Ability to bind multiple ACLs to the same port Fiber Optic 10GE Ports (XFP) | Suports packet ADM and customer premises applications Product Specifications
Hardware-based receive ACLs | OAM and QoS compliant to IEEE standards 802.1ag and Y.1731
Port Density 4
- Security capabilities: Data Rate 10 GbE without OTN | Ring protection per G.8032 Client Port - Fast Ethernet
Wavelength or Distance Choose XFP separately (1310, 1550, WDM)
Port-based network access control using 802.1x or MAC Single Fiber Solution Optional | OAM Features per 802.3ah, 802.1ag, Y1731 Port Density Up to 24
Port Configuration 8 x 100BaseFx (SFP) and 16 x 10/100BaseT (RJ45)
- Port security Ethernet Features The carrier Ethernet switch MTS180 provides cost effective, prioritized or 24 x 100BaseFx (SFP)
Root guard and BPDU guard Ethernet services with carrier grade QoS and OAM features. Wavelength or Distance Choose SFP separately
Bandwidth Limitation tamper-proof in steps of 1 Mbps per port Single Fiber Solution Bi-Directional SFP optional
Broadcast, multicast and unknown unicast rate limits Performance Monitoring Yes

ARP Inspection for static entries


DHCP Client Support
VLAN Support
Yes
Port, EVC or Flow based tagging and QinQ. An Example of Prioritized Ethernet Services Client Port - Gigabit Ethernet

Policing/Shaping/Scheduling Port Density Maximum 3 (leaving 1xGE for line port)


Supported MAC Addresses Service Traffics Rate at Data Rate 1000BaseFx with rate limiting
Optional MPLS Capability Link/Ring Protection
4096
EAPS acc. RFC3619 Class
Traffics Customer A Customer B
this time
Note
Wavelength or Distance Choose SFP separately
CIR/PIR: CIR/PIR: CIR must be equal to Single Fiber Solution BiDi SFP optional
L3 & MPLS Features Gold VOIP 100 (A & B)
MTS1928 can come with an option which supports MPLS. It provides 200/200M 200/200M PIR for Gold service
Line Port - Gigabit Ethernet
a complete solution for MPLS, Layer 2, and Layer 3 virtual private L3 Routing Hardware based Silver Video
CIR/PIR: CIR/PIR:
800 (A & B)
VPN Virtual Private LAN Services 500/1000M 500/1000M Port Density Up to 4 (if no GE port is configured as Client)
networks (VPNs) by using MPLS based virtual private wire service MPLS Optional MPLS based virtual private wire services Customer B willing Data Rate 1000BaseFx
Premium CIR/PIR: Wavelength or Distance Choose SFP separately (1310, 1550, WDM)
(VPWS) and VPLS (virtual private LAN services). MTS1928 can oper- Bronze
Data
Do not subscribe
300/1000M
500 (B) pay more for data
Network Management service Single fiber solution BiDi SFP optional
ate the following functions:
Ethernet Port Telnet/SSH CIR must be equal Ethernet Features
Internet CIR/PIR: CIR/PIR:
- MPLS label operation in the core Local Craft RS232 (VT100) Standard
Data 0/1000M 0/1000M
500 (A & B) to 0 for standard
User Interface SNMPv.2, CLI service Bandwidth Limitation tamper-proof in steps of 1 Mbps per port
- VPWS ( L2 MPLS pseudo-wires or L2 MPLS PWE)
Secure Configuration SSHv2 (Secure Shell) terminal total CIR/PIR Total CIR/PIR Performance Monitoring Yes
RFC4448—encapsulation methods for transport of Ethernet over Total=3300 Uplink BW=2000M
700/2200M 1000/3200M DHCP Client Suppor Yes
Compliance Status VLAN Support Port, EVC or Flow based tagging and QinQ.
MPLS
NEBS Level 3 GR-63 In the above example, MTS180 is used at the edge connecting to a Policing/Shaping/Scheduling
Provides a point-to-point Layer 2 virtual circuit that allows extension Supported MAC Addresses 4096
EMC GR-1089 MPLS router. One of its client GE port is connected to customer A, and
of a LAN seg ment across MPLS cloud networks. Safety UL (# E318639); CE (EMC/EMI) Link Protection Link Aggregation (egress), EAPS optional
another client GE port to customer B. Each customer pays differ-
Provides the MPLS lookup at the end of the PW to determine the Operating Conditions Network Management
ent prices per traffic critical levels. The total bandwidth in the uplink
final output port (after decapsulating or terminating the packet) Ethernet Port Telnet/SSH
Temperature - 5 to + 55 °C available for both A and B is 2000M (2xGE), so with a total bandwidth
- VPLS Humidity 5 to 85% non-condensing Local Craft RS232 (VT100)
Power Consumption 80W need of 3300M at this particular time, there is an over-subscription. User Interface SNMPv.2, CLI, GUI
Provides a point-to-multipoint service Secure Configuration SSHv2 (Secure Shell) terminal
Support for hub and spoke VPN and mesh VPN topologies Mechanical
MTS180 color marks various level of services. Traffics within CIR for Operating Conditions
Provides a full L2 lookup at the end of the PW based on the inner L2 1U 19” Rackmount 44 x 483x 440 (H x W x D, mm)
Gold service is all green. Gold service has PIR equal to CIR thus the Temperature - 5 to + 55 °C
header Humidity 5 to 85% non-condensing
Power Consumption < 75W (23 BTU/H) entire bandwidth service is guaranteed. Silver has certain green (traf-
- L3 MPLS-VPN using BGP VPN extensions (RFC2547)
fics within CIR), and certain yellow (traffics between CIR and PIR) Mechanical
Provides address space and routing separation through per-VPN
routing tables (VRF)
Order Matrix marked traffics. The sum of green marked traffics, i.e., the total CIR 1U 19” Rackmount 44 .3x 482.6 x 240 (H x W x D, mm)

bandwidth, shall never exceed the available uplink bandwidth (2G in Power Consumption < 50 W
- L3 MPLS traffic engineering (TE) MTS 1928
this example). So the green marked traffics always pass.
- Fast reroute non-shortest path routing) 10 Gigabit Carrier Ethernet L3 Switch
- MPLS DiffServ
Description Code Model In this example, total aggregated CIR bandwidth needed (commit-
Order Matrix
ted/guaranteed to pass) is 1500M (600M for Customer A, 900M for
Automatic Protection Capability L2/L3 carrier Ethernet switch, 24xGE Fx, 4x1000M-
baseT, up to 4x10G XFP pluggable, without FEC, 7010-160 MTS1928-10GE-24-4
MTS180

customer B). With the total allocated bandwidth to Customer A and Gigabit Ethernet Transport Switch
SFP/XFP not included. SNMP,/CLI
- EAPS (RFC3619) B being 2000M, the remaining 500 M is shared by the yellow marked Description Code Model
- Failure detection L2/L3 carrier Ethernet switch, 24xGE Fx, 4x1000M-
MTS1928-10GE-24- traffics. For yellow marked traffics, the rule of what to pass is then
baseT, up to 4x10G XFP pluggable, without FEC, 7010-165 16xFE RJ45 ports, 8xFO ports for pluggable SFP; 4xGE
Loss of Light/Signal 4-MPLS
SFP/XFP not included. SNMP,/CLI. MPLS ready based on WRR which defines the bandwidth allocation for the queu. optical ports for pluggable SFP, without SFP; 1RU 19''
7000-170 MTS180-1608-4
Manually Initiated Switch Shelf with redundancy DC power, CLI/SNMP manage-
Please Order pluggable SFP/XFP separately. ment included
- In-service addition of nodes to the ring For Silver level customer, it will get WRR=60% of remaining band-
width, Bronze's WRR is 30%, Standard 10%. As result, the remaining All optical switch: 24xFE optical ports for pluggable

SLA Statistics Capability 500M bandwidth is distributed to Silver, Bronze, Standard traffics per
SFP; 4xGE optical ports for pluggable SFP, without
SFP; 1RU 19'' Shelf with redundancy DC power and
7000-180 MTS180-0024-4

WRR ratio, which means: CLI/SNMP management included


- Ethernet Frame Loss Ratio (FLR)
- Ethernet Frame Delay (FD) Silver (WRR=60%) 500*60% = 300M Pluggable DC power supply, -48V power supply 50W
7000-110 MDC-50-1R
for MTS1080, MTS180
- Ethernet Frame Delay Variation (FDV) Bronze (WRR=30%) 500*30% = 150M
- Errored Symbols Seconds Std (WRR=10%) 500*10% = 50M AC/DC external power supply for MTS180,MTS1080
1755-008 PS-CM-W
and CATS1000: input 110..240 V AC, output -48VDC
- Errored Frames Seconds As conseuqnece, all Gold traffics pass, Silver traffics pass within
- Ethernet statistics CIR plus 150M of EIR (WRR=60%), Bronze traffics pass within CIR Please Order pluggable SFP modules separately.

- Link status plus 150M of EIR (WRR=30%), and Standard traffics pass only 25M
(WRR=10%). Check www.dowslakemicro.com for more details.

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MTS Series Carrier Ethernet Switch

MTS194 | Gigabit Carrier Ethernet L3 Switch Pluggable Transceiver Order Matrix


Category Code Model Description
1766-004 IM-P-8L-12 SFP, 1.25Gbps, 850 nm, MM, 500 m
Main Feature
1766-610 IM-P-4L-12-2 SFP, 1.25Gbps, 1310 nm, MM, 2 km
| Up to 4 x GE Port Carrier Ethernet Switch
1766-578 IM-P-4L-12-10 SFP, 1.25Gbps, 1310 nm, SM, 10 km
| 1U 19 inch rack 24 x 10/100BaseT ports
| IPv4 L3 hardware based routing 1766-472 IM-P-C012R-LM 1000BASE-T Copper SFP, w/ SERDES interface

GE, 1G Fiber Channel


| IPv4 L3 hardware based multicast routing
L3 Routing Capability 1766-501 IM-P-4L-12-40 SFP, 1.25Gbps, 1310 nm, SM, 40 km
| Bandwidth configuration and QoS, Q-in-Q features
| Ring Protection Switching per EAPS - Comprehensive IPv4 unicast routing support 1766-500 IM-P-BL-12-40 SFP, 1.25Gbps, 1550 nm, SM, 40 km
| OAM Features per 802.3ah - Static, RIP, OSPF, IS-IS, BGP-4 support
1767-103 IM-P-W4L-12-10 SFP BIDI, 1.25Gbps, Tx1310nm/Rx1550nm, 10km
- Support for VRRP
Management Features - 8-path Equal Cost Multipath (ECMP) 1767104 IM-P-WBL-12-10 SFP BIDI, 1.25Gbps, Tx1550nm/Rx1310nm, 10km
- Supported IPv4 multicast protocols include PIM-DM,PIM-SM, PIM- 1767-105 IM-P-W4L-12-40 SFP BIDI, 1.25Gbps, Tx1310nm/Rx1550nm, 40km
- Command Line Interface (CLI), SNMP v1,v2
SSM
- SSHv2,Telnet, FTP/TFTP 1767-106 IM-P-WBL-12-40 SFP BIDI, 1.25Gbps, Tx1550nm/Rx1310nm, 40km
- IGMP v2/v3 routing and snooping support
- Remote In-band Management
1766-2xx IM-P-CXX-12-80 SFP, CWDM (1470-1610nm), 1.25Gbps, SM, 80km
- Hitless software local and remote upgrade
- Alarm: traps and dry-contact
Product Specifications 1766-3xx IM-P-CXX-12-120 SFP, CWDM (1470-1610nm), 1.25Gbps, SM,120km
- RADIUS & Syslog Fast Ethernet 1766-579 IM-P-8L-25 SFP, 2.5Gbps, 850 nm, MM, 500 m
- RMON: RFC2819 groups (Ethernet history, Alarm, and Event)

2GE, 2G Fiber Channel, 2.5G


Port Density Up to 24
- Reports for customer validation Port Configuration 24 x 10/100BaseT (RJ45) 1766-580 IM-P-4L-25-2 SFP, 2.5Gbps, 1310 nm, SM, 2 km
Gigabit Ethernet
1766-419 IM-P-BL-25-40 SFP, 2.5Gbps, 1550nm, SM, 40km,
L2 Switching Capability Port Density
Data Rate
Up to 4
1000BaseFx & 10/100/1000BaseT Combo 1766-420 IM-P-BL-25-80 SFP, 2.5Gbps, 1550nm, SM, 80km
Wavelength or Distance Choose SFP separately (1310, 1550, WDM)
- Auto-negotiation for port speed and duplex mode Flow Control: Single fiber solution BiDi SFP optional 1766-4xx IM-P-CXX-25-40 SFP, CWDM (XX: middle 2 digits of 1470 ~ 1610 nm), 2.5Gbps, SM, 40 km
- IEEE 802.3x & Back-Pressure Ethernet Features
1766-8xx IM-P-CXX-25-80 SFP, CWDM (XX: middle 2 digits of 1470 ~ 1610 nm), 2.5Gbps, SM, 80 km
- Spanning Tree Protocol:
QoS 8 Queues, 2 scheduling/policing levels
STP, RSTP, MSTP VLAN Support Port based tagging and QinQ. 1766-7xx IM-P-DXX-25-80 SFP, DWDM (XX: ITU Channel No), 2.5Gbps, SM,80km
- VLANs: Policing/Shaping/Scheduling
Supported VLANs 4k 802.1Q 1766-9xx IM-P-DXX-25-120 SFP, DWDM (XX:ITU Channel No), 2.5Gbps, SM,120km
4K IEEE 802.1Q VLANs MAC Address 16k
Port-based VLAN Routing Table 30k 1767-116 XFP-8L-10 XFP, 10 to 10.3Gbps, 850 nm, MM, 300m

XFP 10G Multi-protocol


Buffer 64 Mb
Q-in-Q 802.1ad Link Aggregation 802.3ad LACP 1767-113 XFP-4L-11-10 XFP, 10 to 11.1Gbps, 1310 nm, SM, 10km
- Link Aggregation: STP STP, RSTP, MSTP
Routing RIP v1/v2, OSPFv2, BEIGRP, BGPv4 1767-114 XFP-BL-11-40 XFP, 10 to 11.1Gbps, 1550 nm, SM, 40km
Static Trunk
IEEE 802.3ad LACP Network Management
1767-115 XFP-BL-11-80 XFP, 10 to 11.1Gbps, 1550 nm, SM, 80km
Load Balancing: SA, DA, SA + DA, SIP, DIP, SIP+, DIP RMON RFC2819 group 1,2.3.9
Local Craft RS232 (VT100) 1767-2XX XFP-DXX-11-40 XFP, 10 to 11.1Gbps, DWDM wavelength (XX:ITU channel), 40km
Trunk groups: 8 per group, max. 32 groups Remote Management SNMPv.2, CLI
- Multicast Secure Configuration SSHv2 (Secure Shell) terminal 1767-3XX XFP-DXX-11-80 XFP, 10 to 11.1Gbps, DWDM wavelength (XX:ITU channel), 80km
IGMP Snooping Operating Conditions
1767-102 IM-P-8L-4G SFP, 1/2/4Gbps Fibre Channel, 850 nm MM, 500m

4G Fiber Channel
IGMP Proxy query Power Supply 100 ~ 240VAC
Temperature 0 to + 50 °C 1767-111 IM-P-4L-4G-4 SFP, 1/2/4Gbps Fibre Channel,1310 nm, 4km
Humidity 5 to 85% non-condensing
QoS Capability Power Consumption 60 W 1767-4XX IM-P-CXX-4G-40 SFP, CWDM (XX: middle 2 digits of 1470 nm - 1610 nm), 4G FC, SM, 40 km
Mechanical (1RU rack) 44mm × 442mm x 316mm (H x W x D)
- 8 Priority Queues 1767-5XX IM-P-DXX-4G-40 SFP, DWDM (XX: ITU channel), 4G Fibre Channel, SM, 40 km
- Two levels of hierarchical scheduling policing parameters:
CIR, PIR, CBS, EBS Order Matrix 1767-6XX IM-P-Dxx-4G-80 SFP, DWDM (XX: ITU channel),4G, SM, 80km

- Priority Queues Scheduling Scheme: MTS194


1766-504 IM-P-4L-01-40 SFP, 155Mbps,1300 nm SM, 40km
SP, WRR, WDRR, SP+WRR/WDRR
Gigabit Carrier Ethernet L3 Switch FE 100M, SDH/Sonet 155M 1766-502 IM-P-BL-01-120 SFP, 155Mbps, 1550nm, SM, 120km
- Rate Limiting: 1Mbps per step
Description Code Model 1767-107 IM-P-WBL-01-40 SFP, BIDI 155Mbps Tx1550/Rx1310nm, 40km
- UNI port Egress Policing: Per flow, EVC, UNI port
- Total number of flow: >1K MTS194 L3 switch 24xRJ45 10/100BaseT, 4xGE
1767-108 IM-P-W4L-01-40 SFP, BIDI 155Mbps Tx1310/Rx1550 nm, 40km
combo RJ45 and optical SFP, SFP not included, 1RU
- Traffic classification and priority management based on: 19” shelf with AC/DC power supply and SNMP/CLI
7010-170 MTS194-2400-4

IEEE 802.1p management interface 1767-109 IM-P-W4L-01-80 SFP, BIDI 155Mbps Tx1310/Rx1550nm, 80km
IP Precedence/DSCP Please Order pluggable SFP modules separately. 1767-110 IM-P-WBL-01-80 SFP, BIDI 155Mbps Tx1550/Rx1310nm, 80km
TCP/UDP port number
1766-1xx IM-P-CXX-01-40 SFP, CWDM(1470-1610nm), 155Mbps, SM, 40km
IP Address
Mac Address 1766-0xx IM-P-CXX-01-80 SFP, CWDM(1470-1610nm), 155Mbps, SM, 80km
Ethernet Type

Note: not all the transceiver possibilities are shown. For other SFP or XFP options, please contact Dowslake for more details

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