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Alcatel-Lucent 7302 ISAM

INTELLIGENT SERVICES ACCESS MANAGER | RELEASE 3.4


PRODUCT INFORMATION

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Preface

This preface provides general information about the documentation set for the
7302 Intelligent Services Access Manager (7302 ISAM).

Scope
This documentation set provides information about safety, features and
functionality, ordering, hardware installation and maintenance, CLI and TL1
commands, and software upgrade and migration procedures.

Audience
This documentation set is intended for planners, administrators, operators, and
maintenance personnel involved in installing, upgrading, or maintaining the
7302 ISAM.

Prerequisite knowledge
The reader must be familiar with general telecommunications principles.

Safety information
For ETSI safety information, see the 7302 ISAM Safety Manual..

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Documents
Table 1 lists the documents that make up the 7302 ISAM Release 3.4 documentation
set.

Table 1 7302 ISAM Release 3.4 documentation set

Title Description Part number

Documentation CD

7302 ISAM CD CD containing all the documents in the 7302 ISAM 3HH-05883-AAAA
documentation set

General documentation

Product Information Provides general system information for the 7302 ISAM 3HH-05221-AAAA-TCZZA

System Description Provides conceptual information for the 7302 ISAM and the 3HH-05217-AAAA-TQZZA
7330 ISAM FTTN

Safety Manual Provides general safety guidelines when handling, installing, 3HH-05223-AAAA-TCZZA
or operating the 7302 ISAM equipment

Operations and Maintenance Provides task-oriented procedures for operating and 3HH-05218-AAAA-TQZZA
Using CLI maintaining the 7302 ISAM and 7330 ISAM FTTN using the
CLI
Migration User Guide Provides information for installing or upgrading the 3HH-05228-AAAA-TQZZA
7302 ISAM

Hardware documentation

XD Modular Hardware Describes the hardware installation for the 7302 ISAM XD 3FE-21578-AAAA-RJZZA
Installation Guide Modular equipment

FD Hardware Installation Describes the hardware installation for the 7302 ISAM FD 3HH-03591-AAAA-RJZZA
Guide equipment

UD Hardware Installation Describes the hardware installation for the 7302 ISAM UD 3FE-21575-AAAA-RJZZA
Guide equipment

CLI and TL1 documentation

CLI Commands Describes the CLI commands for the 7302 ISAM and the 3HH-04416-CEAA-TCZZA
7330 ISAM FTTN

TL1 Commands and Describes the TL1 commands and messages for the 3HH-05220-AAAA-TCZZA
Messages 7302 ISAM and the 7330 ISAM FTTN(1)

Software documentation
Software Installation Guide Describes the software management of the 7302 ISAM 3HH-3390-AAAA-RJZZA
equipment

Software Upgrade and Provides instructions for using the automated tools for 3HH-05609-AAAA-TCZZA
Migration Application upgrading and migrating the software for the 7302 ISAM and
Procedures the 7330 ISAM FTTN

Note
(1) Software documentation is not included on the 7302 ISAM documentation CD

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Special information
The following are examples of how special information is presented in this
document.

Danger — Danger indicates that the described activity or situation


may result in serious personal injury or death; for example, high
voltage or electric shock hazards.

Warning — Warning indicates that the described activity or situation


may, or will, cause equipment damage or serious performance
problems.

Caution — Caution indicates that the described activity or situation


may, or will, cause service interruption.

Note — A note provides information that is, or may be, of special


interest.

Procedures with options or substeps


When there are options in a procedure, they are identified by letters. When there are
required substeps in a procedure, they are identified by Roman numerals.

Procedure 1 Example of options in a procedure

At step 1, you can choose option a or b. At step 2, you must do what the step indicates.

1 This step offers two options. You must choose one of the following:

a This is one option.

b This is another option.

2 You must perform this step.

Procedure 2 Example of required substeps in a procedure

At step 1, you must perform a series of substeps within a step. At step 2, you must do
what the step indicates.

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1 This step has a series of substeps that you must perform to complete the step. You
must perform the following substeps:

i This is the first substep.

ii This is the second substep.

iii This is the third substep.

2 You must perform this step.

Measurement conventions
Measurements in this document are expressed in imperial units. If metric
measurements are included, they appear in brackets following the imperial
measurement. The metric measurements follow the Système international d’unités
(SI) standard for abbreviation of metric units.

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Preface iii
Scope .............................................................................................................................. iii
Audience .............................................................................................................................. iii
Prerequisite knowledge ......................................................................................................... iii
Safety information.................................................................................................................. iii
Documents ............................................................................................................................ iv
Special information .................................................................................................................v

1— System Overview 1-1


1.1 Introduction ........................................................................................................ 1-2
1.2 System Architecture........................................................................................... 1-3
1.3 Equipment Management.................................................................................... 1-8
1.4 IWF Capabilities and Dimensioning ................................................................. 1-10
1.5 CLEI Codes ..................................................................................................... 1-13

2— ISAM-V 2-1
2.1 System Definition ............................................................................................... 2-2
2.2 System Architecture......................................................................................... 2-19
2.3 System Capacity and Dimensioning ................................................................ 2-33

3— Software Architecture 3-1


3.1 General .............................................................................................................. 3-2
3.2 7302 ISAM System Initialization ........................................................................ 3-3
3.3 Network Management........................................................................................ 3-5

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4— Subracks 4-1
4.1 Introduction ........................................................................................................ 4-2
4.2 General .............................................................................................................. 4-2
4.3 XD Splitterless Subrack ..................................................................................... 4-4
4.4 XD Splitter Subrack with MTA ........................................................................... 4-9
4.5 XD Splitter Subrack without MTA .................................................................... 4-12
4.6 XD-Combo300 Subrack................................................................................... 4-15
4.7 UD-Combo Subrack......................................................................................... 4-20
4.8 UD-LT Subrack ................................................................................................ 4-24
4.9 7302 FD Subrack............................................................................................. 4-28
4.10 FD Splitter Subrack ......................................................................................... 4-37
4.11 Weight of the Different Components................................................................ 4-41

5— Physical Rack Equipment 5-1


5.1 Rack Equipment for XD-LT, XD-SP and XD-PSP ............................................. 5-2
5.2 Rack Equipment for XD-Combo300 and UD-Combo ........................................ 5-6
5.3 Rack Equipment for 7302 FD ............................................................................ 5-9

6— Rack Configurations 6-1


6.1 Introduction ........................................................................................................ 6-2
6.2 Rack Configurations .......................................................................................... 6-2
6.3 XD Modular Rack Configurations ...................................................................... 6-3
6.4 XD-Combo300 Rack Configurations.................................................................. 6-6
6.5 FD Rack Configurations..................................................................................... 6-8
6.6 UD-Combo Rack Configurations ..................................................................... 6-12

7— Standards and Restrictions 7-1


7.1 Introduction ........................................................................................................ 7-2
7.2 EMC Standards and Restrictions....................................................................... 7-2
7.3 Environmental Standards and Restrictions........................................................ 7-3
7.4 Fiber Handling Restrictions................................................................................ 7-4
7.5 1+1 NT Redundancy Support ............................................................................ 7-6
7.6 MTA and 1:N LT Redundancy Support.............................................................. 7-8

A. Mnemonics A-1
A.1 Mnemonics ........................................................................................................ A-2

Glossary

Index

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1.2 System Architecture 1-3

1.3 Equipment Management 1-8

1.4 IWF Capabilities and Dimensioning 1-10

1.5 CLEI Codes 1-13

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1.1 Introduction

The 7302 ISAM is a frame based Digital Subscriber Line Access Multiplexer
(DSLAM), that is, a Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) access multiplexer which is
based on a frame forwarding architecture in a packet aggregation network.

General Network Topology


Figure 1-1 shows the basic network topology:

Figure 1-1 General network topology


IP Edge Router
/ BRAS

Ethernet
Switch NSP IP backbone

ISAM
ADSL
FE/GE

FE/GE
EMAN NSP IP backbone
FE/GE

NSP IP backbone

User Side
At the user side, each 7302 ISAM terminates DSL links and a limited number of FE
or GE links.
It is possible to connect subtending DSLAMs to the FE/GE links at the user side in:
• cascading mode: a chain of 1 subtending ISAM per ISAM
• star mode: multiple subtending ISAMs per ISAM
• ring mode (except when there is a ring behind a Hub-ISAM).
Figure 1-2 shows the cascading topology.

Figure 1-2 Cascading Topology

Cascading up to three levels

IP-DSLAM
ADSL ISAM
k*FE/GE ISAM
k*FE/GE
EMAN

ADSL
ADSL

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Network Side
At the network side, the 7302 ISAM terminates GE or FE links. The following
configurations are possible:
• Connected to one or more Ethernet Switches
The Ethernet links can be connected to one or more Ethernet Switches. These
Ethernet Switches forward the frames over the Ethernet based aggregation access
network until they reach the IP Edge Router or BRAS of the corresponding
Network Service Provider (NSP). At the IP Edge Router or BRAS, the frames
enter the IP backbone of the NSP.
• More than one FE/GE link (link aggregation)
In case of more than one FE or GE, Ethernet link aggregation is used.
• Directly connected to an IP Edge Router
The 7302 ISAM can be connected directly to the IP Edge Router or BRAS. The
Ethernet aggregation network is reduced to one or more parallel Ethernet links.

Note — A link is a term which is used to refer to the physical layer


of an interface of the 7302 ISAM, for example, an ADSL link, an
Ethernet link.

1.2 System Architecture

General
Figure 1-3 shows the general functional architecture of the 7302 ISAM.

Figure 1-3 7302 ISAM Functional Architecture


network
or user links
subtending links
ISAM

SHub
... ... FE / GE links
NT I/O 1 control link LT links
or
GENC

System xDSL links,


IACM Control L L L VDSL links,
... ...
on NT T T T SHDSL links
EFM links

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Note — For the LT links:

• up to 16 LTs for 7302 XD equipment


• up to 18 LTs for 7302 FD equipment
The system consists of a Gigabit Ethernet switch fabric, that bridges or routes user,
subscriber control and network management traffic between:
• on the subscriber side:
a set of subscriber line interfaces and a number of sub-tending interfaces towards
other, hierarchically subordinate DSLAM systems.
• on the network side:
one or more Network Termination (NT) interfaces.

7302 ISAM Subsystems


The 7302 ISAM is composed of the following subsystems:
• ISAM Access termination Control and Management (IACM) subsystem.
This subsystem:
• contains the control functions of the 7302 ISAM on the NT board.
• provides management interfaces on the NT board to the outside worlds and control
interfaces towards other boards (LT boards, NT I/O board).
• contains the LT boards.
• contains the NT I/O board.
• Service Hub (SHub) subsystem
This subsystem contains the system switch fabric function of the 7302 ISAM.

IACM Subsystem

Network Termination Boards

The following NT boards are supported:


• ECNT-A
This NT board with integrated SHub subsystem provides three electrical FE,
electrical GE or optical GE links on the front panel.
• ECNT-C
This NT board with integrated SHub subsystem provides four GE links on the
front panel:
• 3 GE optical
• 1 GE optical/electrical (selectable)
• NANT-A
This NT board with integrated SHub subsystem (for FD equipment) provides two
GE links (1 optical and 1 combo (optical or electrical)) on the front panel.

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NT I/O Boards

Table 1-1 shows the supported NT I/O boards.

Table 1-1 NT I/O Boards

Board Interfaces Description / Remark

ECNC-A AA Four additional external • NT, NT I/O pair provides seven FE/GE
Ethernet interfaces: interfaces available for network / subtending /
• GE Optical or user links
• 10/100/1000 Electrical • All can be GE Optical or 10/100/1000 Electrical

ECNC-A AB Four additional external • NT, NT I/O pair provides seven FE/GE
Ethernet interfaces: interfaces available for network / subtending /
• GE Optical or user links
• 10/100/1000 Electrical • All can be GE Optical or 10/100/1000 Electrical
• RJ45 BITS interface

ECNC-B BA Four additional external • NT, NT I/O pair provides seven FE/GE
Ethernet interfaces: interfaces available for network / subtending /
• FE Optical user links
• Three can be GE Optical or 10/100/1000
Electrical
• Four can be GE Optical
ECNC-B BB Four additional external • NT, NT I/O pair provides seven FE/GE
Ethernet interfaces: interfaces available for network / subtending /
• FE Optical user links
• Three can be GE Optical or 10/100/1000
Electrical
• Four can be GE Optical
• RJ45 BITS interface

ECNC-C Four additional external • NT, NT-I/O pair provides eight optical GE
Ethernet interfaces: interfaces available for network / subtending /
• 3 GE Optical user links
• 1 GE Electrical/Optical • RJ45 BITS interface
(selectable)

NCNC-B Six additional external GE • For FD equipment


optical interfaces • NT, NT I/O pair provides eight optical GE
interfaces available for network / subtending /
user links

NCNC-D Six additional external • For FD equipment


Ethernet interfaces: • NT, NT I/O pair provides eight optical GE
• 2 GE Optical and interfaces available for network / subtending /
• 4 GE/FE Optical user links
(selectable) or
• 4 FE 10/100/1000
Electrical

Line Termination Boards

The LT boards, a.k.a. Line Interface Modules (LIMs), use a different interworking
function between the user side and the Ethernet network side, depending on the board
type. Table 1-2 shows the supported LT boards with their physical interface types,
density (that is, number of lines per board) and Interworking function (IWF)
capability.

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Table 1-2 Supported LT Boards

LT Board Physical Interfaces Overlay Density IWF

BALT-A ISDN BA - 48 -

EALT-A ADSL/2 POTS 48 L2 (1)

EBLT-A ADSL/2/2+ POTS 48 L2 (1)

EBLT-C ADSL/2/2+ POTS 48 L3 (3)

EBLT-D ADSL/2/2+ ISDN 48 L3 (3)

EBLT-E ADSL/2/2+ POTS 48 L3 (3)

EBLT-F ADSL/2/2+ ISDN 48 L3 (3)

EBLT-G ADSL/2/2+ POTS 2x24 L3 (3)

EBLT-J ADSL/2/2+ POTS 48 L2 (1)

EBLT-K ADSL/2/2+ POTS 48 L3 (3)

EBLT-L ADSL/2/2+ ISDN 48 L3 (3)

EBLT-M ADSL/2/2+ POTS 2x24 L3 (3)

EVLT-C VDSL/2 POTS 24 L3 (3)

EVLT-D VDSL/2 ISDN 24 L3 (3)

NALT-B ADSL/2/2+ POTS 48 L2 (1)

NALT-C ADSL/2/2+ POTS 48 L3 (3)

NALT-D ADSL/2/2+ ISDN 48 L3 (3)

NBAT-A ISDN BA - 48 -

NELT-A FE - 16 L3 (3)

NPOT-A POTS - 48 -

NSLT-A SHDSL - 24 L3 (3)

NVLT-A VDSL/2 POTS 24 L3 (3)

NVLT-B VDSL/2 ISDN 24 L3 (3)

NVLT-C VDSL/2 POTS 48 L3 (3)

NVLT-D VDSL/2 ISDN 48 L3 (3)

POLT-A POTS - 48 -

SMLT-J SHDSL - 24 L3 (3)

SMLT-K SHDSL - 24 L3 (3)

Notes
(1) L2: InterWorking Function (IWF) capability on Layer 2 only. For an overview of the supported IWF
capabilities, refer to section 1.4
(2) L2+: InterWorking Function (IWF) capability on Layer 2+. For an overview of the supported IWF
capabilities, refer to section 1.4
(3) L3: IWF function capability on Layer 2 and Layer 3. For an overview of the supported IWF
capabilities, refer to section 1.4

For an overview of the supported LT boards per subrack, refer to Tables 4-3, 4-5, 4-7,
4-9, 4-11 and 4-15.

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Service Hub
The Service Hub (SHub) multiplexes the Ethernet frames into a reduced set of
network links (that is, aggregates traffic from / to subscriber interfaces on one or a
limited number of network uplinks).
The SHub is integrated in a NT board. Figure 1-4 shows the connections of the NT
board with the rest of the 7302 ISAM.

Figure 1-4 LT Shelf with SHub Subsystem


Network ports LT shelf ports
(mandatory) (mandatory)

NT
Up to 7 FE with SHub subsystem
16 HCL links
or GE links
(GE)
Subtending ports
(optional) 48 lines

LIM

LT shelf

The SHub provides 24 FE/GE ports:


• 16 ports are used for connecting to each LT board
• 1 port used for internal purposes(*)
• 7 external ethernet ports with an optical, electrical FE or GE interface, which can
be used for network uplinks, subtending links (aggregation of traffic from or to
other DSLAMs) or Ethernet subscriber links.

Note — (*): This is valid for the ECNT-A only.


For the ECNT-C, internal communications pass via the PCI interface.
This allows to support one additional interface on the front of this NT.

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1.3 Equipment Management

The NE equipment practice type does not have to be explicitly planned by the
operator, but is autoplanned by the NT at startup, depending on the detected type. At
the same time, the NT will autoplan the maximum number of racks supported by this
equipment practice. The following ISAM types are defined:
• LEEU: Large ISAM EU market (6 racks, 4 subracks per rack)
• LEUS: Large ESAM US market (6 racks, 4 subracks per rack)
• LNEU: Large New Equipment Practise EU market(6 racks, 4 subracks per rack)
Subracks are automatically planned upon detection. The operator can control the
administrative state of a subrack (lock/unlock).
The NE manages different types of boards. A complete overview of all supported
board types in each type of subrack is given in the chapter “Subracks”. Board
planning is supported for all types of boards, including the appliques. For LSMs, the
operator can control the administrative state (lock/unlock).

Central Office Equipment management


Central Office equipment only supports configurations consisting of a single
rack/subrack.

Remote Node Equipment management


For remote nodes, the Remote Equipment Module (REM) expansion units are
modelled in the NE SW as regular subracks in a 7 racks by 4 subracks matrix.
REM expansion units are single-LT expansion subracks. A REM is modeled as a
virtual subrack on its own, holding 1 LT slot. A REM subrack can be equipped
anywhere in the 7x4 matrix, except for the main subrack location. Each REM
subrack holds one REM only. Up to 12 REMs are supported.
Figure 1-5 gives an overview.

Figure 1-5 Expansion unit equipment model

Ho st REM REM REM


Subrack 1 exp. subrack exp. subrack exp. subrack
subrack

REM REM REM REM


Subrack 2 exp. subrack exp. subrack exp. subrack exp. subrack

REM REM REM REM
Subrack 3 exp. subrack exp. subrack exp. subrack exp. subrack

REM REM REM REM


Subrack 4 exp. subrack exp. subrack exp. subrack exp. subrack

RACK 1 RACK 2 RACK 3 RACK 7

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REMs are connected to the host system via a subrack expander unit
• on 7330 XD equipment, this is the GENC(-E) board supporting 2 uplinks, 10
downlinks and 2 configurable links.
• on 7330 FD equipment, this is the NT I/O board supporting 6 downlinks
(NCNC-B) or 12 downlinks (NCNC-C) depending on the NT I/O board type.

Unlike other LTs, REMs are not able to indicate their position in the system. Their
positioning is provisioned by the operator by provisioning the mapping of the SFP
port ID on the subrack expander unit (GENC or NT I/O) to a remote LT slot position
(rack/subrack/slot) referred to as the equipment port-mapping.
Note — There is no longer a fixed REM slot positioning / SFP port
mapping.

For expansion LTs (that is, LTs in physical expansion subracks), which are capable
of reporting their physical location, this provisioning is used by the system to check
the operator's cabling of the system. If a cabling mismatch is detected, an alarm is
reported.
The provisionable port-mapping also facilitates the network management station to
properly configure the system as a whole, including the SHub LT ports
configuration. It additionally allows a multi-subrack LT-indexing scheme in
CLI/TL1 preprovisioning scripts, including the SHub LT ports configuration.

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1.4 IWF Capabilities and Dimensioning

Table 1-3 gives an overview of the IWF capabilities of the LT boards. Refer to Table
1-2 for an overview of the supported LT boards.

Table 1-3 IWF Capabilities

Feature L2 L2+ L3

ATM AAL5 encapsulation type

LLC/SNAP bridged (IpoE and PPPoE) Y Y Y

LLC/SNAP routed (IpoA) - Y Y

LLC/NLPid (PPPoA) - Y Y

VC Mux Bridged (IpoE and PPPoE) - Y Y

VC Mux Routed (IpoA) - Y Y

VC Mux PPPoA (PPPoA) - Y Y

Encapsulation autodetect

Autodetect IP (between LLC/SNAP bridged and routed) - Y Y

Autodetect PPP (between LLC/SNAP bridged, VC Mux Bridged and - Y Y


LLC-NLPID, VC Mux PPPoA)

Autodetect PPPoA (between LLC-NLPID and VC Mux PPPoA) - Y Y


Bridged Encapsulation Ethernet Packet formats

Reception of untagged packets Y Y Y

Reception of combination of untagged and priority tagged packets - Y Y


Reception of single tagged packets - Y Y

Reception of combination of untagged, priority tagged, single tagged - Y Y


packets

Packet processing
Port Based Default VLAN for untagged / priority tagged (if applicable) Y Y Y
packets

Port and Protocol Based default VLAN for untagged / priority tagged - Y Y
packets of the IpoE Protocols

Port and Protocol Based default VLAN for untagged / priority tagged - Y Y
packets of the PPPoE Protocols

Priority Bit Remarking and Mapping table for tagged / priority tagged - Y Y
packets

L2 Forwarding

RB mode: Protocol Filter (set of Ethertypes) for upstream traffic in Y Y Y


VLANs in (PPPoE and IpoE)

RB mode Ethernet packet types: Ethernet II Encap on Ethernet Y Y Y

RB mode Ethernet packet types: LLC/SNAP on Ethernet - Y Y

CC Mode: transparently pass all encapsulations (e.g. PPPoE and Y Y Y


IpoE)

CC Mode: Protocol Filter - Y Y

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Feature L2 L2+ L3

CC Mode: IPoA to IPoE CC - - Y

VLAN stacking (S-VLAN CC and S-VLAN / C-VLAN CC) Y Y Y

Qos-aware CC Y Y Y
L2 Forwarding user access protocols

ARP: enabling/disabling broadcast Y Y Y

802.1X authentication Y Y Y

DHCP option 82 insertion Y Y Y

PPPoE relay tag Y Y Y

PPPoA-PPPoE relay - Y Y

Multicast services Y Y Y

L3 Forwarding

PPPoE - - Y
IPoE - Y Y

IPoA - Y Y

VLAN termination (at network side), forwarding at Layer 3 - Y Y

L3 Forwarding user access protocols

802.1X authentication - Y Y

DHCP relay - Y Y

QOS

CAC profile Y Y Y

Association of QOS profiles to ports - Y Y

Association of QOS profiles to port-VLAN associations - Y Y


Subflow counters - - Y

(2 of 2)

Table 1-4 gives dimensioning information of the LT boards. Refer to Table 1-2 for
an overview of the supported LT boards.

Table 1-4 Dimensioning information

Feature L2 L2+ L3

General

Maximum number of DSL lines per LT


- Multi ADSL 48 48 48
- VDSL - - 24 or 48
-SHDSL - - 24

Maximum number of PVC per DSL Line 8 8 8

Maximum number of VLANs (without VLAN 192 + 72 (MC) 768 768


stacking)

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Feature L2 L2+ L3

Maximum number of VLAN CCs with VLAN 192 256 256


stacking

Maximum number of VLAN per PVC / 1 16 16


Maximum number of VLAN per DSL line

Maximum number of port-VLAN associations per LT 384 384 384 static + 1


(~ Profile) dyn/BP(1)

Maximum number of MAC addresses per VLAN ~ Profile 64 64


port

Maximum number of MAC addresses per LT ~ Profile 416 1024


(including static)

Maximum number of user IP addresses per LT - 384 384


(including static)

Maximum number of user iBridges per NE 128 128 768

Maximum number of user iBridges per LT 64 64 384

Maximum number of static and/or dynamic (DHCP) - 384 384


IP addresses and/or IP subnets per LT (for IP
address anti-spoofing, ARP relay)

Maximum number of static and/or dynamic IP - TBA 16k


addresses per LT (after decomposition in /32
addresses)
Maximum number of VRFs node level - 128 128

Maximum number of PPP client ports per line - - 4

Multicast Dimensioning

Max number of pre-configured multicast channels 1024 1024 1024


per system:

Max number of simultaneous multicast channels 1024 1024 1024


per system

Max number of simultaneous multicast channels 172 1024 1024


per LT
Number of video packages per system 1024 1024 1024

Maximum number of multicast VLANs 128 128 128

Maximum number of multicast groups per user 4 max. 100 max. 100

(2 of 2)

Notes
(1) 1dyn/BP: 1 dynamic port-VLAN association per bridge port

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1.5 CLEI Codes

Table 1-5 lists the LT boards for which CLEI codes are available.

Caution — The CLEI code changes whenever an item change (that


is, an adaptation to a board) occurs.
The latest status of these CLEI codes is always available on the
following website:
https://codecenter.commonlanguage.com/applogin.asp?app=clei_inq
uiry
An acount is required before the CLEI database can be accessed.

Table 1-5 LT boards with CLEI codes

Mnemonic Board variant CLEI code CPR Bar code


AFAN-H 3EC 37533 NAAA VAUCAE2KAA 070LWR 154925

3EC 37533 NBAA VAUCAE1KAA 070LXX 154967

NALT-B 3FE 26682 BAAA VAUIAJ1AAB 070DBM 146680

NFXS-A 3FE 26685 AAAA VAMKF00BRA 211372 454788

NANT-A 3FE 26698 AAAA VAUIAJ7AAC 070DNY 152483

3FE 26698 ABAA VAUIAJ8AAB 070DPA 152531

NALT-C 3FE 27289 AAAB VAUIAKLAAC 070FGN 155668

3FE 27289 ABAB VAUIAKMAAC 070FGN 155669

NALT-D 3FE 27289 BAAB VAUIAKSAAC 070GPN 155670

3FE 27289 BBAB VAUIAKNAAC 070FWC 155667

NPOT-A 3FE 27420 AAAA VAUIALHATA 070KXY 153804

3FE 27420 ABAA VAUIALSAAA 070KXY 153982

NVPS-A 3FE 27562 AAAA VAUCAD6KAA 070HEK 150405


NVPS-A 3FE 27562 ABAA VAUCAETKAA 070HEK 153971

NSLT-A 3FE 27649 AAAA VAI2AAXDAB 070KXX 154495

NBAT-A 3FE 27715 AAAA VAI2AAUDAA 070KKG 153201

NPSP-B 3FE 27725 AAAA VAUCAEWKAA 070LFH 154286

NVLT-A 3FE 27786 AAAA VAUIAK9AAA 070HEY 153232

NVLT-B 3FE 27786 BAAA VAUIALAAAA 070HEY 153233


NCNC-B 3FE 28209 AAAA VAUIAKVAAB 070HTE 154000

NCNC-C 3FE 28212 AAAA VAUIAKWAAB 070HTF 154002

NELT-A 3FE 28682 AAAA VAUIALRAAA 070LCS 154088

NVSU-A 3FE 28824 AAAA VAUCAELKAA 070KZP 153965

3FE 28824 BAAA VAUCAENKAA 070KZR 153966

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NVSU-B 3FE 28826 AAAA VAUCAEMKAA 070KZS 153967

3FE 28826 BAAA VAUCAEPKAA 070KZT 153968

NVSP-A 3FE 28828 AAAA VAUCAEJKAA 070KZM 153963


3FE 28828 BAAA VAUCAEKKAA 070KZN 153964

NCNC-D 3FE 29534 AAAA VAUIALNAAA 070LCV 154094

NVSP-B 3FE 29629 AAAA VAUCAERKAA 070KZU 153969

NCNC-E 3FE 29862 AAAA VAUIALMAAA 070LAA 153994

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2.1 System Definition 2-2

2.2 System Architecture 2-19

2.3 System Capacity and Dimensioning 2-33

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2.1 System Definition

The ISAM with integrated Voice-band services (ISAM-V) is the product where
voice-band services are integrated in ISAM. It supports the NarrowBand (NB)
services and provides the connection to the Next Generation Voice Networks
(NVGN) for legacy Public Switching Telephone Network (PSTN) users via Voice
over IP (VoIP). It plays the role of Media Gateway (MG), also called Access Media
Gateway (AG).

Network Architecture
Figure 2-1 shows the position of the ISAM-V in the NGVN.

Figure 2-1 Network Architecture

Softswitch

Subtending
V5 ISAM-V
MGC ASP
PSTN

N
TS
ISD
PO
TGW

IP Head office
ISAM-V
Servers SIGTRAN

H.248

N
ISDS
T
IP PO
GW

edge ANT STB


EMAN
POTS,
BAS ISDN
N

Remote
TS
ISD
PO

Remote
TS

ISAM-V
ISD
PO

ISAM-V

The ISAM-V connects legacy Narrow Band (NB) user interfaces, including Plain
Old Telephone Services (POTS) and Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN)
BA, to the NGVN.
ISAM-V supports centralized configurations, where the NB user interfaces and MG
are integrated in the same node, and distributed configurations, where the MG is
located in a hub node and the NB user interfaces in remote nodes.
The remote nodes can be subtended by the ISAM-V acting as a MG, or located
within the EMAN or IP network.
The hub ISAM-V, combined with the subtending/remote ISAM-V, provides the
view of a unique centralized MG. In subtending or remote configurations, the
connection to the hub is via Fast or Gigabit Ethernet (optical or electrical) to the
Service Hub (SHub) node. The Trunk MG links the NGVN with a legacy PSTN
network.

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The Softswitch is responsible for call control and charging, and communicates with
the Media Gateways via the Media Gateway Control (MEGACO) protocol H.248.
SIGTRAN is used for ISDN user, i.e. Q921 is terminated in ISAMV and SIGTRAN
is implemented to transfer Q931 messages between ISAMV and ASP.
The ISAM-V internal forwarding is frame based. Frame based forwarding is done
either based on L2 (Ethernet), L3 (IP) information or L4 (UDP) information carried
in the frames.
ISAM-V can host multiple MGs in one shelf. In this case, multiple service providers
could be assigned (one service provider associated with one MG).

Network configurations
Different configurations of the network architecture described above exist (see
Figure 2-2), depending on the aggregation network, and depending on the way that
ISAM-V connects to this aggregation network:
• Switched aggregation network, iBridge or IP-aware bridge:
ISAM-V connects to a Layer 2 aggregation network and implements the iBridge
or IP-aware bridge for forwarding voice traffic
• Routed aggregation network, iBridge or IP-aware bridge:
ISAM-V connects to a Layer 3 aggregation network, and implements the iBridge
or IP-aware bridge for forwarding voice traffic
• Routed aggregation network, IP router:
ISAM-V connects to a Layer 3 aggregation network, and implements IP router
for forwarding voice traffic

Figure 2-2 Switched aggregation network, iBridge or IP-aware bridge


Bridge

Bridge
Bridge

Router
Bridge
Bridg
Bridge

Bridge

Bridge
Bridge

IP Etherne
e Router Router
Bridge

switch
Bridge

Bridge
Bridge

e
Router
Bridge
ridge

outer
Bridge

Bridge

Bridge

Switched aggregation network Routed aggregation network Routed aggregation network


iBridge or IP-aware bridge iBridge or IP-aware bridge IP router

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System Interfaces

NB Subscriber Links
ISAM-V supports Line Termination boards with various types of NB subscriber
interface:
• POTS interface
This is the analogue Z interface connecting to a telephone set. The main common
features are the following:
• Line feeding
• Symmetrical programmable ringing
• Metering tone insertion
• Polarity reversal
• Programmable line impedance with echo cancellation
• Overvoltage protection
• Line testing facility
• ISDN BA interface
ISDN BA interface corresponds to the U reference point of the Digital
Transmission System.
The interface provides full–duplex and bit independent transmission via two
wires at a net bit rate of 144 Kbit/s, a transparent 1 Kbit/s service channel and a
1 Kbit/s maintenance channel for loops and error messages on subscriber lines,
plus synchronization bits.
Duplex transmission is achieved through the use of Echo Cancellation Hybrid.
With the Echo Cancellation Hybrid method the Echo Canceller (EC) produces a
replica of the echo of the transmitted signal that is subtracted from the total
received signal. The echo is the result of imperfect balance of the hybrid and
impedance discontinuities in the line.
The 2B1Q encoding is applied; the symbol rate on the line is therefore 80 KBaud.

Network Links and Subtending Links


ISAM network interfaces are applicable. Two types of Ethernet links are available to
connect the ISAM-V to other network nodes: GE and FE. They can be used to
connect the ISAM-V to the Ethernet network or to connect the ISAM-V to a
subtending ISAM-V. These links can be electrical, or can be optical.
7 or 8 connectors(*) are available but these have to be shared for three purposes:
Ethernet user links, network links, subtending links.

Note — The number of uplinks depends on the NT board type:

• ECNT-A: 7 uplinks
• ECNT-C, NANT-A: 8 uplinks

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VoIP Signalling Protocol Stack


Signaling and call control messages between MG and the Media Gateway Controller
(Call Server) is performed using the standard MEGACO /H.248 protocol; XLES
proprietary protocol is used between hub-ISAM-V and subtending/remote nodes.
The signalling messages (both MEGACO/H.248 and XLES protocols) are
encapsulated into IP/UDP packets; L2 frames formatted according to IEEE 802.3
and VLAN 802.1Q tagged including priority queuing according to IEEE 802.1p.
MEGACO/H.248 and XLES signalling packets will include configured DSCP
values.
Figure 2-3 shows the signaling protocol stack for POTS user connected directly to
the hub-ISAM-V. The Z interface is terminated on ISAM-V and user events (for
example, hook off, hook on, and so on) are converted into MEGACO messages.

Figure 2-3 MEGACO Signalling Protocol Stack

POTS Hub ISAM-V EMAN ROUTER MGC


MG

Megaco Megaco

UDP UDP
IP
network
IP IP
IP

802.1Q 802.1Q 802.1Q


Generic Generic
Z itf Z itf
802.3 802.3 L2&Phy PHY
802.3

For POTS user which connected to a remote/subtending ISAM-V, Z interface is


terminated on remote/subtending ISAM-V. Proprietary XLES/LAPV5 is used
between remote/subtending ISAM-V and hub ISAM-V. XLES/LAPV5 will be
terminated on hub ISAM-V and converted in MEGACO message to communicate
with MGC. Figure 2-4 illustrates the MEGACO/XLES signaling protocol stack.

Figure 2-4 MEGACO/XLES Signaling Protocol Stack


Remote/Sub Hub ISAM-V EMAN
POTS EMAN ROUTER MGC
ISAM-V MG

XLES XLES Megaco Megaco

LAPV5 LAPV5
IP UDP
UDP UDP
network
IP
IP IP IP

802.1Q 802.1Q 802.1Q 802.1Q Generic


802.1Q Generic
Z itf. Z itf.
802.3 802.3 L2&Phy PHY
802.3 802.3 802.3

For ISDN users, the Signalling Gateway (SG) functionality of SIGTRAN is


implemented in ISAM-V. D-channel layer 2 is terminated and SIGTRAN is done in
ISAM-V.

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ISAM-V still acts as MG for the call control in calls involving B-channels.
End-to-end protocol stacks for SIGTRAN are represented in the following figure.
Figure 2-5 illustrates the protocol stack for ISDN user connected directly to the hub
ISAM-V.

Figure 2-5 D-channel End-to-end Protocol Stacks (TE/NT connected directly to


hub-ISAM-V)
Hub ISAM-V
TE/NT EMAN ROUTER ASP
MG

Q.931 Q.931

IUA
IUA
IP
Q.921 SCTP
Q.921 SCTP network

IP IP IP

I.410 802.1Q 802.1Q 802.1Q


I.410 Generic Generic
802.3 802.3 802.3 L2&Phy PHY

Figure 2-6 shows the protocol stack for ISDN user connected to a remote/subtending
ISAM-V. In this case, Proprietary XLES/LAPV5 is used between remote/subtending
ISAM-V and hub ISAM-V.

Figure 2-6 D-channel End-to-end Protocol Stacks (TE/NT connected via Remote/Sub
ISAM-V)
Remote/Sub Hub ISAM-V
TE/NT EMAN EMAN ROUTER ASP
ISAM-V MG

Q.931 Q.931
XLES XLES IUA
IUA
LAPV5 LAPV5 IP
Q.921 Q.921 SCTP SCTP
UDP UDP network

IP IP IP
IP IP

I.410 I.410 802.1Q 802.1Q 802.1Q 802.1Q 802.1Q 802.1Q Generic Generic
L2&Phy PHY
802.3 802.3 802.3 802.3 802.3 802.3

Voice Traffic Protocol Stack


ISAM-V encapsulates voice traffic in UDP/IP using the Real-Time Protocol (RTP)
which provides the information needed to restore the original digital voice stream.
This is supported in ISAM-V as well as Real-Time Control Protocol (RTCP), the
control protocol associated to RTP.

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Some routers support different Quality of Service (QoS) classes based on the
Differentiated Services methodology. The class of service is defined by the
Differentiated Services Code Point (DSCP) which corresponds to the 6 first bits of
the Type of Service (TOS) field of IPv4, the remaining 2 bits are currently unused.
The IP voice packets (RTP/RTCP) in ISAM-V include a configured DSCP value,
therefore the voice packets can use separate queues from data in the IP network
minimizing delay and jitter. The value of DSCP is configurable. The voice frames in
the ISAM-V are formatted according to IEEE 802.3 and VLAN 802.1Q tagged
including priority queuing according to IEEE 802.1p.

Figure 2-7 Voice Traffic Protocol Stack


ISAM-V
POTS user EMAN ROUTER Media Gateway/TGW
MG

RTP
RTP
UDP
UDP
IP
IP IP IP network IP

802.1Q 802.1Q 802.1Q 802.1Q Generic


Phhy Generic
Phhy
802.3 802.3 802.3 802.3 PHY
PHY

Network Management
Figure2-8 shows a global view of the ISAM-V network management.

Figure 2-8 ISAM-V Network Management

OSS GW
OSS 112 center
Clients

Voice Service
Provision / Assurance APC 5530 NA 112 MD
Manager

Element 5523 AWS


Manager VEM

ISAM NE NT IVPS

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The 5523 AWS is the Element Manager in charge of the following functionality:
• Equipment management
• SW download
• Configuration backup/restore (performed by the AWS module for VEM and
IVPS)
• Alarm management
The Voice Element Manager (VEM is the 5523 AWS module for Voice domain in
charge of:
• Media gateway interface management:
• Signaling gateway management
• Voice subscriber provisioning
• POTS/ISDN BA user ports management
• Providing a full integration with the rest of 5523 AWS domains.

APC is the Voice Service Manager for Alcatel-Lucent Access Nodes. It provides a
full abstraction of the underlying technology used to provide the service with the
following main features:
• Voice subscriber provisioning and line testing for individual subscribers or a set
of subscribers that allows fast deployment of the network
• Open interfaces to OSS that eases massive deployment of the service, preventive
and customer-on-call line testing and subscriber information alignment with
OSS.

The 5530 NA, 112 MD/112 center is in charge of the PSTN line testing functionality,
which includes electrical measurements in the voice band to test the loop, testing of
the POTS line termination, and testing of the POTS terminal equipment.

Figure 2-9 Network management architecture of ISAM-V

CT NG

CLI/TL1 RS232
5530NA / 112MD

Configure NT Configure NT Configure IVPS


NT Alarm NT Alarm IVPS Alarm
IVPS alarm
for TL1 SNMP interfa ce PSTN line testing

network ISAM link


links / / interface IVPS
interfaces
NT

ISAM link
/ interface
LIM (POTS, ISDN BA)
subtending
links /
interfaces

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Management Interface
The ISAM-V supports two separate SNMP agents: the NT part and IVPS part. The
NT part supports SNMPv1/SNMPv2/SNMPv3 agent, the IVPS part supports a
SNMPv1 agent. The EMS has to use a different IP address to address a particular
agent.
Local management of the NT part requires the operator to use the serial interface on
the NT.Via this interface, he can manage all the equipment management, alarm
management and SW/DB management functionality using CLI/TL1.

Note — Single agent in NT is implemented via single IP address.

Local management of IVPS is not supported; therefore the trouble shooting and
debugging functions for voice service will be done via a MIB browser. The
management interface for ISAM-V is illustrated below in Figure 2-10.

Figure 2-10 Management of ISAM-V via SNMP


SNMP for NT TL1 for NT CLI for NT SNMP for IVPS

NT ISAM

TL1 CLI IVPS

SNMP SNMP

Ma pper Ma pper

Applica tion code Applica tion code

Management VLAN
Two management VLANs exist:
• NT management VLAN
the NT management VLAN is configurable; default value is 4093.
• IVPS management VLAN
the IVPS management VLAN is configurable; default value is 4093.

The two VLANs value can be the same (for example, 4093) or can be different.

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Figure 2-11 Management VLAN

NT IVPS
network IVPS
port NT Management port
IP address
NT Management VLAN

IVPS Management VLAN IVPS OAM


IP address

Addressing Schemes in ISAM-V

General IP address/VLAN deployment model


To isolate the different kinds of traffic, three VLANs are required:
• OAM VLAN:
carries the voice OAM traffic between ISAM-V and SNMP manager (e.g. VEM,
APC, and so on); this traffic ends in the IVPS. The OAM VLAN is hard coded in
IVPS, i.e. 4093. The OAM VLAN is of iBridge mode. IVPS port and network
port are involved in the OAM VLAN. The OAM VLAN can be the same as the
OAM VLAN for NT (responsible for equipment management in ISAM-V) or can
be different from the OAM VLAN for NT.
• MEGACO VLAN:
carries the MEGACO and Sigtran signaling between the MGC (Call Server) and
the ISAM-V. This traffic ends in the IVPS. The VLAN is of iBridge mode and
configurable. IVPS port and network port are involved in the VLAN.
• Voice VLAN:
carries the Voice RTP traffic between LTs and any other user destination either
in the same ISAM-V, subtending/remote ISAM-V nodes (handled by the same
IVPS) or any other place via the edge router. XLES (internal signaling, control
and management) traffic between IVPS and LTs is also carried in this VLAN as
well. Therefore involved ports in this VLAN are IVPS port, LT port, subtending
port and network port. The Voice VLAN is a special VLAN (in fast path vrf
mode)which allows user-to-user communication.

Note — Megaco VLAN and Voice VLAN can be the same VLAN:

• ISAM-V can use different VLANs for Megaco and Voice to


isolate megaco and voice traffic
• ISAM-V also can use same VLAN for Megaco and Voice to
reduce the number of VLANs and IP addresses consumed by
ISAM-V.

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Corresponding to the different kinds of VLAN and voice service requirements, the
IP interface/address scheme is as follows:
• OAM IP address:
Two kinds of OAM IP address are used in ISAM-V
• one OAM IP address per IVPS (pair). It is retrieved through BOOTP and not
configurable.
• one OAM IP address per node, the OAM IP address is used by NT. It is configurable
and also can be retrieved through BOOTP.
• MEGACO IP address:
One MEGACO IP address per IVPS (pair). It is configurable by the operator.
• Voice IP address:
One Voice IP address per node. It is configurable by the operator.
• XLES IP address:
One XLES IP address per IVPS (pair). It is configurable by the operator.

Note 1 — All Voice IP addresses defined in a given Voice VLAN are


in the same subnet: namely, Voice IP address of hub node, Voice IP
address of subtending nodes, and XLES IP address of IVPS belong to
same subnet. Voice IP address of remote nodes can be in the same
subnet or in different subnet.
Note 2 — L3 forwarder is enabled in all hub, subtending and remote
ISAM-Vs.
Note 3 — Non-overlapping voice IP addresses per service provider.

Note 4 — Destination IP address for a voice packet can be any IP


address, meaning any of the previous IPs or any fully different IP
address not belonging to that subnet.

IP Address Usage Optimization


In the IP address/VLAN deployment model as mentioned above, 7 IP addresses are
required and 20 IP addresses are occupied in total for a typical 2-subrack ISAM-V
application.
The IP address usage can be optimized as follows:
• The IVPS is configurable for 2 or 3 VLANs:
The IVPS MEGACO VLAN and IP address and the Voice VLAN and IP address
can be merged. The configuration can be either:
• 3 VLANs: one for OAM, one for MEGACO signaling and one for voice; see Figure
2-12
• 2 VLANs: one for OAM, one for merged MEGACO signaling and voice; see Figure
2-13
• The Voice IP address per subrack and the Voice IP address per IVPS can be
merged to 1 IP address. Only 1 public Voice IP address is required for each IVPS.

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Figure 2-12 Hub ISAM-V in three VLAN mode

Hub ISAM-V

NT

OAM VLAN IVPS

Megaco VLAN

Voice VLAN

POLT/
BALT

Figure 2-13 Hub ISAM-V in two VLAN mode

Hub ISAM-V

NT

OAM VLAN IVPS

MEGACO/ Voice VLAN

POLT/
BALT

Note — Because there is no IVPS in Subtending/Remote ISAM-V,


Subtending/Remote ISAM-V uses only two VLAN: OAM VLAN
and Voice VLAN, see Figure 2-14.
In each NT, there are two IP addresses: OAM IP address and Voice
IP address.
POLT/BALT does not own an IP address, it only owns a range of
UDP ports on top of the Voice IP address on the NT.

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Figure 2-14 Subtending/Remote ISAM-V

Subtending / remote
ISAM-V

NT

OAM VLAN

Voice VLAN

POLT/
BALT

As a result, the following configurations are supported:


• Configuration 1:
• 3 VLANs: 1 for OAM, 1 for MEGACO and 1 for Voice
• For each IVPS: 1 OAM IP address, 1 MEGACO IP address and 1 Voice IP address
• For each hub node: 1 OAM IP address and 1 Voice IP address
• For each subtended node: 1 OAM IP address and 1 Voice IP address
• Configuration 2:
• 3 VLANs: 1 for OAM, 1 for MEGACO and 1 for Voice
• For each IVPS: 1 OAM IP address, 1 MEGACO IP address and 1 Voice IP address
• For each hub node: 1 OAM IP address, the Voice IP address is merged with the
Voice IP address for IVPS
• For each subtended node: 1 OAM IP address, the Voice IP address is merged with
the Voice IP address for IVPS
• Configuration 3:
• 2 VLANs: 1 for OAM, 1 for merged MEGACO and Voice
• For each IVPS: 1 OAM IP address and 1 Voice IP address
• For each hub node: 1 OAM IP address and 1 Voice IP address
• For each subtended node: 1 OAM IP address and 1 Voice IP address
• Configuration 3:
• 2 VLANs: 1 for OAM, 1 for merged MEGACO and Voice
• For each IVPS: 1 OAM IP address and 1 Voice IP address
• For each hub node: 1 OAM IP address, the Voice IP address is merged with the
Voice IP address for IVPS
• For each subtended node: 1 OAM IP address, the Voice IP address is merged with
the Voice IP address for IVPS

Note — Configuration 1 is the IP address/VLAN deployment model


as described in “General IP address/VLAN deployment model”.

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Forwarding Modes and Traffic Types


Layer 2 forwarding, Layer 3 forwarding and Layer 4 forwarding are supported in
ISAM-V. For Layer 2 forwarding and Layer 3 forwarding, see the 7302 ISAM System
Description. The Layer 4 forwarding principle is illustrated in the following section.
There are four kinds of traffic in ISAM-V:
• MEGACO/Sigtran signalling traffic between IVPS and MGC
• XLES traffic between IVPS and LTs (local and remote/subtending)
• Voice traffic between user terminations
• Management (OAM) traffic between IVPS and SNMP manager

To isolate different kinds of traffic, several VLANs are defined. Each kind of traffic
will be handled by a different forwarding mode.
The following subsections deal with the different kinds of traffic related to ISAM-V.

Layer 4 UDP Forwarding Principle


L4 UDP forwarding use the combination {VLAN + Protocol type + destination IP
address + UDP port} to forward the IP packets to different POLT/BALT boards.
Each POLT/BALT board will be assigned to a different UDP port range determined
by its NT (SHub), and the UDP range distribution per port (slot) will be the same in
every ISAM-V node.
Figure 2-15shows the L4 UDP forwarding concept

Figure 2-15 L4 UDP Forwarding Concept

SHub-OBC
ARP ARP

Match (VLANvoice (UDP range1, port a 1)


(UDP range2, port a 2)
+ Prtcl + Y

IPvoice) ? (UDP rangeN, port a n )
Ingress
N
L4 UDP forwarding Egress

L3 IP table

L2 VLAN/MAC table

L2/L3 forwarding

MEGACO/ Sigtran Signaling Traffic


This traffic takes place in the MEGACO VLAN between IVPS and MGC. Layer 2
iBridge forwarding mode is required. Table 2-1 shows the value of each field.

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Table 2-1 Value of each Field for MEGACO/Sigtran Packet

Field Packets from IVPS to MGC Packets from MGC to IVPS

Dest IP address MGC IP address (configurable statically) MEGACO IP address

Dest UDP port MGC UDP port (configurable statically) MG (IVPS) UDP port

Dest MAC address result of ARP (to configured Next Hop) IVPS MAC address

Source IP address MEGACO IP address (configurable MGC IP address


statically)

Source UDP port MG(IVPS) UDP port (configurable MGC UDP port
statically)

Source MAC address IVPS MAC address MAC address of edge router

The NT (SHub) forwards the packet based on Layer 2 information, that is, the
destination MAC address.

XLES Traffic
This traffic takes place in the Voice VLAN. The ports involved in such the Voice
VLAN are IVPS port, POLT port, BALT port, network port and subtending ports
(those last ones in case POLTs/BALTs plugged in cascading nodes).
XLES traffic exists between IVPS and LTs (including POLTs and BALTs). LTs can
be located locally within the same shelf as IVPS or located in subtending shelf or
remote shelf. Figure 2-16 shows a reference configuration of ISAM-V.

Figure 2-16 XLES Traffic

Remote ISAM
LT IVPS
Hub-ISAM IP3
IP4 MAC3
MAC4 XLES traffic
IP1
MAC1 LT

EMAN

Sub-ISAM
Edge router LT

IP2
MAC2
Remote ISAM
LT
IP5
MAC5

LT located in remote subrack LT located in subtending subrack

LT located in remote subrack LT located in same subrack

Note: In the reference configuration, it is assumed that IP1, IP2, IP3 and IP4 belong to one subnet. IP5
belongs to another subnet

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Voice Traffic
This traffic also takes place in the Voice VLAN. Voice traffic can exist between:
• between local LTs
• between LTs in the same subnet
• between LTs in differnet subnets
• between LT and netwrok end user

Figure 2-17 illustrates part of voice traffic between LTs.


Note — Not all the possible voice traffic flows are shown in this
figure.

Figure 2-17 Voice Traffic

IP3 IVPS
Remote ISAM Hub-ISAM MAC3
LT
IP4 LT
MAC4
LT IP1
MAC1 LT

EMAN

Edge router
Sub-ISAM LT

LT Remote ISAM IP2


LT
IP5 MAC2
MAC5
LT

Between LT and network end user Between LTs in same subnet

Between LTs in different subnet Between local LTs

OAM Traffic
This traffic takes place in the OAM VLAN between IVPS and SNMP manager.
Layer 2 iBridge forwarding is required. Table 2-4 shows the value of each field.

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Table 2-2 Value of each Field for OAM Packet

Field Packets from IVPS to Manager Packets from Manager to IVPS

Dest IP address Manager IP address (obtained from OAM IP address


the Source IP address field of packets
from Manager)

Dest UDP port 162 (Trap) or the source UDP port 161
assigned by Manager (Get/Set)

Dest MAC address MAC address obtained from the IVPS MAC address
Source MAC address field of packets
from Manager

Source IP address OAM IP address (obtained from Manager IP address


BOOTP)

Source UDP port Generated temperately (Trap) or Assigned by Manager


161(Get/Set)

Source MAC address IVPS MAC address MAC address of edge router

Supplementary Services
Supplementary services are widely used in traditional PSTN network. When
customers consider evolving/migrating from TDM network to NGN IP based
network, they expect feature parity, i.e. to support legacy services. Therefore, the
support of supplementary services becomes mandatory for ISAM-V.
In a H.248 network, the ISAM-V works as a voice access gateway. All call activities
are controlled by the MGC. The supplementary service is provisioned by the
operator on the MGC or registered on the MGC through a registration procedure by
an operation by the subscriber. Such service registration and withdrawing operation
are transparent to the ISAM-V. The ISAM-V responds to the MGCs H.248 message
and allocates resources for the subscriber when a supplementary service is invoked
for this subscriber.
Table 2-3 lists the supported supplementary services in ISAM-V.

Table 2-3 Supported supplementary services in ISAM-V

No Service Type
A5020-MGC12

A5020-MGC10
A5020-CSC

Lucent IMS
POTS

ISDN

1 Calling Line Identification Presentation (CLIP) Y Y Y

2 Calling Line Identification Restriction (CLIR) Y Y Y

3 Call Forwarding Unconditional (CFU) (transparent) Y Y Y Y Y Y

4 Call Forwarding Busy (CFB) (transparent) Y Y Y Y Y Y

5 Call Forwarding No Reply (CFNR) (transparent) Y Y Y Y Y Y

6 Alarm Call (transparent) Y Y

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No Service Type

A5020-MGC12

A5020-MGC10
A5020-CSC

Lucent IMS
POTS

ISDN
7 Outgoing Call Barring (OCB) (transparent) Y Y Y Y Y Y

8 Call Completion to Busy Subscriber (CCBS) (transparent) Y Y

9 Do Not Disturb (DND) (transparent) Y Y


10 Call Forwarding to Voice Mail Server (transparent) Y Y Y Y Y Y

11 Line Hunting (LH) (transparent) Y Y Y Y Y

12 Emergency Call Y Y

13 Distinguish Ringing Y Y

14 Hold For Enquiry / Call Hold Y Y Y Y

15 Call Waiting (with interworking with MS) Y Y Y Y Y


16 MWI (with special dial tone connection, no VMWI) Y Y Y Y

17 Announcement connection via MS Y Y Y Y

18 Explicit Call Transfer (ECT) Y Y Y Y

19 Call Return (CR) Y Y Y Y


20 3-party call Y Y Y Y

21 CW / HFE scenario with interoperability with the Media Y Y Y Y


Server [to connect announcements]

22 Connected Line Identification Restriction (COLP/R) Y Y


23 Malicious Call Identification (MCID) Y Y

24 Voice mail Y Y

25 Inhibition of Incoming Forwarded Calls (IIFC) (also known Y Y


as Incoming Calls Barring for diverted calls)

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2.2 System Architecture

Product Architecture
The ISAM Voice Package architecture is that of the ISAM with the addition of voice
services, which translates into the addition of the following boards:

Table 2-4 ISAM-V Specific Boards

Board Function Board Mnemonic

For CEP For FD


equipment equipment
practice practice

one server board, which is the VoIP gateway for IVPS NVPS
ISAM-V(1)

one LIM board providing POTS interface connectivity POLT NPOT

one LIM board providing ISDN Basic Access (ISDN BA) BALT NBAT
interface connectivity

Notes
(1) This board provides a server function, but is plugged into an LT position

Architecture View
The following applies for the ISAM-V product architecture:
• ISAM-V nodes are connected to an EMAN
• An ISAM-V node integrates either:
• the server board (see Table 2-4) performing the signaling and OAM functions of the
GW
• a number of NB LTs boards (see Table 2-4) performing the media functions
• both types together
• MEGACO and SIGTRAN signaling and external voice service OAM are
terminated at IVPS
• Internal control and signaling communication between IVPS and NB LTs uses
XLES protocol.
• IVPS board is located into a hub node
• From the voice service point of view, one IVPS can control several ISAM-V
cascading nodes (up to 4 levels) with a number of NB LT boards as well as several
ISAM-V distributed nodes (i.e. accessible via a common EMAN) with a number
of NB LT boards

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• All User Port in one NB LT are controlled from the same IVPS
Note: Although it is not a system constraint, the network deployment should be
planned so that all user ports in one shelf are associated to/ controlled by only one
IVPS. This is recommended for two different reasons:
• simplest network architecture with an easier operation
• to keep compatibility with further features in order to limit the bandwidth/number
of calls per shelf
• The different traffic flows related to voice service are isolated into different
VLANs which are defined over the EMAN and in the ISAM SHub:
• Voice VLAN:
RTP traffic and XLES signaling is carried over this VLAN
• MEGACO VLAN:
for MEGACO signaling traffic between CS and the media GW and SIGTRAN
signaling between ASP and the signalling GW
• External OAM VLAN:
for provider operation and management
• Both hub and subtending (cascading or remote (distributed)) configurations are
possible. In cascading configurations, the connection to the hub is via Fast or
Gigabit Ethernet (optical or electrical) to the SHub of the hub node.

Figure 2-18 shows the ISAM Voice Package architecture.

Figure 2-18 ISAM Voice Package Architecture

ASP
MGC

GE uplink HCL GE IVPS


EMAN
HCL GE
BALT ISDN- BA lines
Ethernet switch

HCL GE
POLT POTS lines

NT
ISAM-V
MEGACO signaling path XLES signaling path VoIP path
SIGTRAN signaling path Analog voice path

Figure 2-19 shows the ISAM Voice Package subtended architecture.

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Figure 2-19 ISAM Voice Package Subtended Architecture


signalling path Eth
IVPS
EMAN GE
voice path
Eth
Ethernet switch POLT/ISDN

POTS/ISDN BA lines
NT
ISAM-V Hub

POLT/ISDN
Ethernet switch
POTS/ISDN BA lines
POLT/ISDN
NT
Cascading ISAM-V
POTS/ISDN BA lines Ethernet switch

NT
Distributed ISAM-V

IVPS/NVPS
The server board communicates with the voice line boards by means of an “extended
BLES” (XLES) proprietary protocol. The server board terminates the proprietary
signaling messages from the voice boards, provides a MEGACO interface with the
call server and handles the specific OAM needed to support VoIP service.
The server board functions are:
• The signaling interface with the call server or soft-switch (MEGACO signaling)
• Internal proprietary protocol (XLES) for signaling supervision and control with
POLT line termination boards
• Digit Map processing (either under MEGACO reception or by CDE data)
• Specific OAM interface needed to support VoIP configuration and service
• Persistent storage of the voice service database including back-up and restore
• Regarding ISDN signaling, the server board:
• performs message relay between the DSS1 XLES messages containing Q921 and
the IUA over SCTP messages that carry the Q931 info towards the ASP.
• relays the ISDN signalling packets (DSS1) from/to UDP-XLES socket and
translates those related to Q921 info (SAPI, TEI) to/from IUA/SCTP.
• Q931 layer is not processed by IVPS or BALT, but transparently sent/received as
SIGTRAN packets information to/from the Call Server.
• Configuration data:
the server board stores the L1 activation type (per-call or permanent) and the
D-packet switching enabling / disabling for each port. When the communication
with a BALT/NBAT is established, IVPS/NVPS sends this information to
BALT/NBAT.

POLT/NPOT
The LIM board supports up to 48 POTS interfaces and integrates functions such as
ringing, digit detection and tone generation. The LIM board provides a classical
POTS interface towards the subscriber and performs the packetization of the voice
over RTP, sending the voice directly to the network as VoIP over Ethernet.

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This is the analogue Z interface connecting to a telephone set. The main common
features are the following:
• Interfacing at subscribers side according to the POTS analogue Z interface:
• Line feeding
• Symmetrical programmable ringing
• Polarity reversal
• Programmable line impedance with echo cancellation
• Overvoltage protection
• Signaling events processing and communication with the server board according
to internal XLES protocol
• DTMF/pulse detection/processing
• Caller identification services (FSK, DTMF, on-off hook)
• Tone generation towards subscriber side
• Howler tone generation
• Tone generation towards network side (needed for ring-back tone)
• Metering pulses generation
• Ringing generation.
• Integrated line testing
• Coding (G.711 and either G.729 or G.723.1) and packetizing voice in RTP and
directly forwarding to/from packet network based on MAC/IP/UDP addresses
• Voice activity detection, comfort noise, packet loss concealment
• Near end echo cancellation
• Fax/modem detection/bypass
• Support of relay of DTMF and some fax/modem tones by means of RFC 2833
• Support for T.38

BALT/NBAT
The interface of the LIM board corresponds to the U reference point of the Digital
Transmission System as defined in G.961.
The interface provides full-duplex and bit independent transmission via two wires at
a net bit rate of 144 Kbit/s, a transparent 1 Kbit/s service channel and a 1 Kbit/s
maintenance channel for loops and error messages on subscriber lines, plus
synchronization bits.
Duplex transmission is achieved through the use of Echo Cancellation Hybrid. With
the Echo Cancellation Hybrid method, the Echo Canceller (EC) produces a replica
of the echo of the transmitted signal that is subtracted from the total received signal.
The echo is the result of imperfect balance of the hybrid and impedance
discontinuities in the line.
The 2B1Q encoding is applied; the symbol rate on the line is therefore 80 KBaud.
In the case of ISDN-BA over IP, the functionality is split between the BALT line
board and the IVPS board. The board supports 24 ISDN-BA user ports and
terminates Q.921 data links; IVPS establishes a SIGTRAN communication with the
MGC which enable the backhaul of Q.931 to MGC. The internal control protocol,
XLES, is enhanced to encapsulate and transport the Q.931 and other communication
needed between IVPS/NVPS and BALT/NBAT.

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The functions are:


• Line Termination for the U interface of ISDN Basic Access ITU G.961
• G.711 (A, µ), G.729a/b, G.723.1 coding
• Local Echo cancellation (G.168, G.165, none) 16 ms. tail length
• Voice activity detection, comfort noise, packet loss concealment
• Configurable jitter buffer: adaptive or fixed size (per call)
• Automatic fax/modem detection and bypass (transparent fax and modem service)
• Enhanced end-to-end tone detection and generation (as per RFC 2833)
• Call progress tone generation: Dial Tone, Special (Information) Dial Tone, Ring
Back Tone, Congestion Tone, Busy Tone
• DTMF digit detection: when a call is in stable phase and the user sends DTMF
digits to, for example, an automatic Call Centre, the BALT/NBAT must detect the
DTMF.
• Integrated line testing
• Support for duplication of RTP streams for future Lawful Interception (LI)
implementation
• Regarding ISDN signaling:
• Termination of Q921 protocol (SABME,UA, RR,..., timers, states,...)
• BALT/NBAT establishes, releases and maintains data links with TEs as specified in
Q.921. For this, BALT/NBAT controls LAPD sequence numbers, maintain Q.921
state machines, etc. There is one established data link for each TEI.
• There is one data link established between BALT/NBAT and IVPS/NVPS. XLES
for POTS is transported inside that data link.
• Dynamic TEI assignment is done by BALT/NBAT
• The ASP (through IVPS) may command the removal of a particular TEI.
BALT/NBAT carries out this action and notifies it to IVPS/NVPS. Also, ASP may
ask for TEI status.

IVPS/NVPS Redundancy
IVPS/NVPS redundancy adopts the ISAM LSM 1+1 redundancy architecture, which
provides switchover logic interface and communication channel in backplane by
pairs. It protects against the HW failure/SW failure in case the redundant
IVPS/NVPS board is equipped.
IVPS/NVPS works in a active/stand-by redundancy scheme: regular checks and
information update is performed between the two IVPS/NVPS.
The 1+1 HW redundancy interface provides support for:
• Master/slave selection
• Communication channel for fast data communication
The standby card has the information needed to take the control of the VoIP service,
but the call state of the ports is not replicated. Therefore all calls are lost at
switchover time. This means that the static configuration data is synchronized to the
standby IVPS/NVPS, but the dynamic context/state is not synchronized to the
standby IVPS/NVPS. Before the standby IVPS/NVPS is switched to active, the
IVPS/NVPS IVPS must reload the applications and related configuration data.

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IVPS switch over can be triggered in following cases:


• Fatal error (causes the restart) occurs on active IVPS: in this case, the error
handler triggers the switch over through HW DFF signal
• Active IVPS is pulled out/powered down: in these two cases, the switch over is
triggered by HW DFF signal
• Lock/Unplan/Restart the active IVPS
• Operator sends the switch over command to the active IVPS
When switching over, the previous standby IVPS will start its voice application (the
voice application is not initialized on the standby IVPS) and take over the voice
service.
The IVPS/NVPS becoming active will take the IP address of the previously active
IVPS/NVPS (in order to maintain the contact with the Call Server) but it will keep
its individual MAC address.
Note — IVPS redundancy is supported on IVPS-B and NVPS-A.
Not on IVPS-A

MEGACO
MEGACO ITU H.248.1 version 1 and H.248.1 version 2 are supported. The used
version of MEGACO is negotiated with the MGC. A CDE item for IVPS indicates
what version has to be answered to MGC. When the CDE item indicates
H248_version = 1, the IVPS has to “filter” the version 2 packages in the reply to an
Audit (Values, Capabilities) MGC request.
XDD Buffering is supported. Basically, this is to prevent loosing digits when, after
matching with a valid dialplan, the user still continues dialling. When digit buffering
is active, detected digits are kept in the IVPS in a buffer as a digit string until a timer
expires or a new matching with the current valid dialplan occurs.

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Signalling and Control


The ISAM-V supports the following signalling and control:
• H248.34: stimulus analogue line package. Support of all stimal signals except
register recall, no_battery and a_wire_to_earth.
• H.248.23: Enhanced Alerting packages [Packages alert, andisp].
• H.248.26: Enhanced analog line packages [Package xal, amet].
• H.248.16: Enhanced digit collection packages and procedures [Package xdd
(Extended DTMF detection package)]
• H.248.2: Facsimile, text conversation and call discrimination packages [Packages
ctyp, ipfax (a partial support of these packages is required for T.38 support].
• H248.34: stimal package: support of stimal signal “register recall”
• H248.34: stimulus analogue line package. Support of stimal signal “no battery”.
• H248.1: ignore & reply with positive/normal reply[1] stimal signal “no_battery”
and “a_wire_to earth”, [2] priority indicator [3] w-subtract and [4] “it” package
• H248.14: Inactivity Timer Package
• H248.1 v2: root/MGCOriginatedPendingLimit and
root/MGOriginatedPendingLimit
• localControl Descriptor: ReserveGroup property (support of “false”)
• At reception of the SDP b=line, the ISAM-V ignore this and sends a
normal/positive reply.
• The ISAM-V interprets xal/on, xal/of, xal/fl identical as with al/on, al/of, al/fl
respectively.
• H.248.45: MGC information package
• the command O-Modify
• the command W-Subtract
• the command O-W-Subtract

Service Change Commands


Some events are triggered by the MG and some by the MGC. For the events
commended by the MGC, the MG ignores the event when it is not required for the
event to be supported by the MG.
Table 2-3 lists the supported and unsupported events in ISAM-V.

Table 2-5 Overview of events versus ISAM-V compliancy

No Event ISAM-V Compliancy

1 MG Registration Y

2 MG Re-registration Y
3 MG Service Cancellation Y

4 MG Service Restoration Y

5 MG Redundant Takeover Not supported


6 MG Lost Communication Partly(1)

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No Event ISAM-V Compliancy

7 MG Capability Change Not supported

8 MGC Initiated MG Re-registration Y

9 MGC Initiated Service Restoration Y


10 MGC Initiated Service Cancellation Partly(2)

11 MGC Redundant Failover Y

(2 of 2)

Notes
(1) When a failure of the MGC-MG communication occurs then (a) the MG sends a Service Change (SC)
command with SC method “disconnected” and SC reason “900” to the MGC in current control
association.
If the MGC fails to respond then (b) the MG sends a SC command with SC method “failover” and SC
reason 909 (MGC Impending Failure) to each MGC in its list in turn till it has successfully established
a new control association.
Only part (b) is supported.
(2) To place the MG OutOfService, the MGC sends a SC command with a SC method of “Forced” or
“Graceful”.
Only the “Forced” service change method is supported.

The ISAM-V supports the Service Change (SC) commands from MG to MGC, with
supported SC reasons and SC methods as listed in Table 2-6.

Table 2-6 Service Change command from MG to MGC

SC Reason SC Method(1)(2)

No Description
Disconnected
Graceful

Failover

Handoff
Restart

Forced

900 Service Restored MG: Y MG: N


RO: N RO: N

901 Cold Boot RO

902 Warm Boot RO


903 MGC Directed Change RO

904 Term Malfunction Y Y

905 Term Taken OOS Y Y

906 Loss of Lower layer connectivity N N

907 Transmission failure N N

908 MG impending failure MG: Y MG: Y MG: N


RO: Y RO: Y RO: N
909 MGC impending failure MG: Y
RO: Y

910 Media capability failure MG: N N N

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SC Reason SC Method(1)(2)

No Description

Disconnected
Graceful

Failover

Handoff
Restart

Forced
911 Modem Capability failure MG: N N N

912 Mux Capability failure MG: N N N

913 Signal Capability failure MG: N N N

914 Event Capability failure MG: N N N

915 State Loss N N

916 Packages Change N MG: N MG: N


RO: N RO: N

917 Capability Change N MG: N MG: N


RO: N RO: N

918 Cancel Graceful Y

919 Warm Failover MG: N


RO: N

920 Cold Failover MG: N


RO: N

(2 of 2)

Notes
(1) MG: MG only
(2) RO: Root Only

The ISAM-V supports the Service Change (SC) commands from MGC to MG, with
supported SC reasons and SC methods as listed in Table 2-7.

Table 2-7 Service Change command from MGC to MG

SC Reason SC Method(1)

No Description
Disconnected
Graceful

Failover

Handoff
Restart

Forced

900 Service Restored Y

901 Cold Boot RO

902 Warm Boot RO

903 MGC Directed Change RO

904 Term Malfunction Y N

905 Term Taken OOS Y N

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SC Reason SC Method(1)

No Description

Disconnected
Graceful

Failover

Handoff
Restart

Forced
906 Loss of Lower layer connectivity N N

907 Transmission failure N N

908 MG impending failure

909 MGC impending failure

910 Media capability failure N N

911 Modem Capability failure N N

912 Mux Capability failure N N


913 Signal Capability failure N N

914 Event Capability failure N N

915 State Loss N N

916 Packages Change N

917 Capability Change N

918 Cancel Graceful N

919 Warm Failover


920 Cold Failover

(2 of 2)

Note
(1) RO: Root Only

Fax over IP
ISAM-V supports Fax over IP (FoIP) according to the ITU-T T.38 recommendation.
This recommendation describes the procedures to be applied in the FoIP
transmission between two standard Group 3 facsimile terminals.
Call establishment for a PSTN or ISDN fax call is exactly the same as for a voice
call. The MGC audits the IVPS to know the T.38 fax capabilities of the
MediaGateway. In this case, the IVPS must reply according to T.38 specifications;
at XLES start-up, the POLTs/NPOTs send their T.38 capabilities to the IVPS/NVPS.
When passing to T.38 mode, the MGC/IVPS configures some T.38 parameters like
version, bitrate, … In this mode, the LTs process the data from a fax device, construct
and transmit the packets to the peer-end according to T.38 protocols (UDP-TL, IFP
(internet fax protocol)). In the downstream direction, the LTs process the T.38
packets from the peer and convert them into fax data which are sent to the attached
fax device.
The transport protocol used in ISAM-V for T.38 is UDP.

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PSTN Line Testing

Overview
Line testing of user ports is part of a management activity which is performed by the
operator in order to diagnose failure or detect potential problems so as to bring the
customer access back to its normal state of operation whenever a deviation occurs.
Tests can be performed on a routine basis (mainly at night with scheduled facility)
or on demand (required by an operator command). The tests described in this
document are intended to test the terminal equipment and lines, which is called
outward test; and line circuits directly connected to subscribers, which is also called
inward test.
The architecture of PSTN line testing is illustrated in Figure 2-20.

Figure 2-20 Line Testing Architecture

Test pla tform

ISAM-V
SNMP
IP 5 53 0 NA
I
V
P POTS
S

POTS
ISDN SNMP

1 12 MD

POTS 112
IV
Center
POTS
ISDN ISAM-V

Test requests are sent from the test platform (for example, 5530NA, 112 MD, and so
on). The ISAM-V is responsible for handling the test requests. This includes
verifying that the request is valid, setting up the test environment, performing the test
and providing the test results to the test platform. Once a test request has been
validated, the ISAM-V sets up the test environment including the possible changing
of states and/or related configuration.
Test requests indicate the test to be performed and may indicate the resource(s) to be
tested and the timeout period. The PSTN line testing is performed directly by SNMP
commands sent by the OS through the IVPS boards.
The involved elements outside the NE include:
• Subscriber analog terminal
Telephone set in subscriber assisted tests such as Pulse/ DTMF dialling, etc.
• Network termination
Indicating termination for digital ISDN BA lines.

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In order to avoid conflicts between intrusive testing and normal working of the
resources, the Line Testing functionality makes use of blocking mechanisms: a test
command is always rejected if the line is busy and, when accepted, the Media
Gateway has to inform the Call Server to block the line.
To evaluate whether a test is passed or failed, a predefined threshold value is used.
These predefined threshold values are defined in the CDE file. If the threshold value
needs to be updated from a specified line test, this can be implemented by the line
test management system.
Note: The test platform 112MD has it's own threshold judgement.
After the completion of that test, the predefined thresholds are restored.

Integrated Line Testing Items


Note: Only line testing of POTS line terminations can be tested.
The following test can be performed:
• Electrical measurement test:
The purpose of these tests is the measurement of electrical parameters. These tests
do not require customer assistance. Any or all of these tests can be invoked in the
same test request for a given user port. Electrical measurement tests are:
• Foreign voltage (AC/DC): This test is measuring foreign voltage between wires.
• Capacitance: This test is measuring capacitance between wires.
• Insulating resistance: This test is measuring insulating resistance between wires.
• Impedance: This test is measuring the impedance between wires.
• Termination (M Socket detection): This test is to detect whether a phone or just a
resistance connects the line.
• Feeding voltage: This test is performed measuring voltage over wires in open circuit
and verifying voltage remains within thresholds.
• Feeding current: This test is performed connecting a resistor loading the wires and
measuring the current in limiting mode.
• Noise level: This test is to detect abnormal noise level, e.g. crosstalk
• Group test:
This test consists of a combination of predefined electrical measurements
requested by the OS as previous electrical measurement tests. It includes a
combination of voltage, capacitance and insulating resistance measurements.
Thirteen possible measurements are:
• AC Foreign voltage: a/Earth, b/Earth and a/b
• DC Foreign voltage: a/Earth, b/Earth and a/b
• Capacitance: a/Earth with b grounded, b/Earth with a grounded and a/b
• Insulation resistance: a/Earth with b grounded, b/Earth with a grounded, a/b and b/a
• Dial tone test:
This test checks the ability of the line circuit to detect an off-hook and to check
the provision of the dial tone from the MGC.
An off-hook condition is simulated in the NE. This off-hook must be detected by
the line circuit and is further processed by call-handling software; the MGC will
then interpret it as a real off-hook and will send a dial tone. The time is measured
and compared with a predefined threshold. Returned result is the delay to dial
tone.

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• Howler tone test


This test lets the user know that the mike is not hooked on correctly and restores
the user state from parking to idle after the user hooks on the mike. If the user does
not hook on the mike, the howler tone is stopped after a predefined timeout. The
howler tone level and frequency depend on different countries’ specifications.
• Status monitor
This test lets the operator know the indicated user’s status.

Lawful Interception Service


The Lawful Interception (LI) service is illustrated in Figure 2-21.

Figure 2-21 Lawful Interception with ISAM-V


NGN Service Provider

Intercept Law Enforcement Agencies


SoftSwitch Provisioning Server
HI1 Admin
Admin

IRI/CDC
MEGACO Monitoring Facilities
HI2

HI3
IP
CC/CCC
Intercept
Mediation Device

ISAM-V

This service which complies with the works in progress in international


standardization organizations, mainly in ETSI TISPAN WG7 and ES 201 671(ETSI
TC LI).
The A1357 LI acts as a Lawful Interception function gateway (LIG) for external Law
Enforcement Agencies (LEA)/ Law Enforcement Monitoring Facilities (LEMF)
entities. It provides LEA/LEMF with ETSI standard ES 201 671 compliant external
interfaces:
• HI1 for target management
• HI2 for Intercepted Related Information (IRI) delivery
• HI3 for Content of Communication (CC) delivery

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The functionality of each entity is as following:


• A1357 IMC acts as the LI Administration function centre, it receive LI request
from (LEA) and translate it into internal marking requests towards the LIGs and
into the A5020-MGCs' centralized LI database in CMC.
• A1357 LIG acts as the Mediation Function centre, receive IRI from A5020 and
CC from Y-MS, complete the encapsulation of IRI and CC, transfer to LEMF
• A5020 MGC is the call server and then ensures the LI triggering in the Core
Network and generate IRI
• Y-MS (Convedia Server) is controlled by A5020 and packet replication is
implemented here (Y functionality), generate CC and deliver to A1357 system
• The AGW (ISAM-V) are able to identify the target's bi-directional streams, based
on routing and service information from the control system (MGC), and to route
the media stream to the Y-GW, where the copy function for LI purposes is
performed. LI is transparent to AGW in A1357 system.

The ISAM-V sends to/receives from Y-MS with intercepted traffic under the control
of MGC. So from the view of ISAM-V, Y-MS just acts as a normal call connection
termination. The signaling between MGC and ISAM-V is the standard call signaling
(MEGACO). The requirement of the signaling process is the same as for a normal
POTS call. There is no signaling interface between Y-MS and ISAM-V, the traffic
between Y-MS and ISAM-V is set up by the MGC. Y-MW does the packet
replication. ISAM-V does not need to implement packet replication function, i.e. LI
is transparent to ISAM-V. ISAM-V does not need any modification for LI when
working with A1357 system

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2.3 System Capacity and Dimensioning

The tables below show the dimensioning capacities for:


• IVPS and NVPS: see Table 2-8
• POLT and NPOT: see Table 2-9
• BALT and NBAT: see Table 2-10

Table 2-8 IVPS/NVPS Dimensioning

Description Value

Number of registered POTS subscribers • IVPS: 5000


• NVPS: 5000

Number of registered ISDN subscribers • IVPS: 1944


• NVPs: 2280

Maximum number of connected ISAM-V nodes 32(1)

Maximum number of associated POLTs/NPOTs 208

Number of controlling IVPS/NVPS per ISAM-V shelf up to 8 pairs

Number of IP addresses per IVPS/NVPS 2 or 3(2)

Notes
(1) The 32 ISAM-V nodes may be connected, but the total number of LT boards spread over these 32
ISAM-V nodes must not exceed 208.
(2) Depends on the IP address/VLAN deployment model, see “IP Address Usage Optimization”

Table 2-9 POLT/NPOT Dimensioning

Description Value

Number of POTS lines 48


Maximum number of simultaneous 48 for G.711
voice calls per POLT 24 for G.729 and G.723.1
Note: there are three ports per Vinetic 4VIP for low-bitrate
codecs

Number of T.38 connections 24

Number of IP addresses per 1(1)


POLT/NPOT

Number of simultaneous ringers 7 (with blocking probability of 1.1E-5)

Number of enhanced feeding lines Up to 5 lines per POLT can be configured to work with
enhanced feeding (40 mA).(2)

Notes
(1) Shared by all ISAM-V line boards in an ISAM node; the IP address is owned by the SHub
(2) Enhanced feeding can be configured ONLY from line 44 to line 48.

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Table 2-10 BALT/NBAT Dimensioning

Description Value

Number of ISDN lines 24

Maximum number of simultaneous D-channels per BALT/NBAT 24

Maximum number of simultaneous B-channels per BALT/NBAT 48

Number of IP addresses per BALT/NBAT 1(1)

Note
(1) Shared by all ISAM-V line boards in an ISAM node; the IP address is owned by the SHub.

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3.1 General 3-2

3.2 7302 ISAM System Initialization 3-3

3.3 Network Management 3-5

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3.1 General

Figure 3-1 shows the basic software architecture of the 7302 ISAM.

Figure 3-1 Basic 7302 ISAM SW Architecture

NT boards LIM / Server boards


MANAGEMENT PROTOCOL

Distributed applications

APPLICATION SOFTWARE
SERVICES

ITF EQUIPMENT MANAGEMENT ITF


MGNT incl. EQPT MGNT CORE, INTERFACE MGT, INFRA MGT, ... MGNT

PLATFORM SOFTWARE
incl. INT. COMMUNICATIONS SW (IOCM, RFC, sockets)

HARDWARE WRAPPERS HARDWARE WRAPPERS

HARDWARE HARDWARE

The 7302 ISAM software is composed of the following five top level software
domains:
• Platform SoftWare (SW):
Offers a robust platform upon which applications can be built, providing kernel
and file system services, memory management, data management, an internal
communication infrastructure,... Operating System (OS) dependencies are
shielded by the XAPI OS shielding layer.
• HardWare (HW) Wrapper SW:
Offers APIs that allow to access the hardware on the board, in such a way that
hardware dependencies are isolated from the application SW.
• Core Services SW:
Offers services that can be reused by typical applications in the 7302 ISAM, such
as Alarm Management, Performance Monitoring Handing, and so on.
• Management Protocol SW:
Offers the management protocols framework including Simple Network
Management Protocol (SNMP) / Transaction Language One (TL)1 / Command
Line Interface (CLI) management SW, transaction control management, and so
on.
• Applications SW:
The management applications in 7302 ISAM implementing the different product
services and Management Information Bases (MIBs) of the 7302 ISAM.

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The application software of the 7302 ISAM exists of the following management
domains:
• Equipment management
• Rack/shelf/board/applique Management
• Software & Database Management
• Interface Management
• Metallic Test Access Management
• NT 1+1 Redundancy Management
• xDSL/ATM
• xDSL management
• ATM management
• Layer 2
• Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) & Bridge management
• Quality of Service (QoS) management
• Layer 2+
• Multicast
Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP) management
• Session layer applications:
- 802.1x
- Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet (PPPoE)-relay
- PPPoE to Point-to-Point Protocol over ATM (PPPoA)-relay
- DHCP-relay
- Virtual Broadband Access Server (VBAS)
• Layer 3
• PPP/PPPoE-server (termination)
• Layer 3 forwarding:
- IPoPPPoEoA forwarding
- IPoA forwarding
- IPoEoA forwarding
• Authentication
• Radius Client
• Local User Authentication
• Local IP Address Management

3.2 7302 ISAM System Initialization

General
This section describes the initialization of the 7302 ISAM.
After the SHub subsystem and the Intelligent Access termination, Control and
Management (IACM) subsystem are powered up, the boot sequence starts for each
subsystem.

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SHub Subsystem Initialization


While booting, the SHub subsystem retrieves all necessary parameters from memory
or from pre-configured defaults. A pre-defined OAM VLAN with VLAN ID
(IC-VLAN= 4094) is fixed and cannot be used in the connected network because the
value 4094 is reserved and may not be used externally. This internal OAM VLAN is
also pre-defined in the NT-LT initialisation. This VLAN is used for the software
download to the LTs and the configuration of the LTs.
If a configuration database was saved, and the SHub subsystem was set to restore this
configuration before the last system down, the SHub subsystem will retrieve this
configuration.
The SHub subsystem is now operational.
For more information, refer to the Operations and Maintenance Using CLI.

IACM Subsystem Initialization


Since the NT board is the system manager, it has the control over the system
initialization phases of the IACM subsystem and is responsible for the sequencing of
the initialization phases of the NT board and the rest of the 7302 ISAM. This is in
contrast to the SHub subsystem which is initialized independently. The initialization
of the LTs and the SHub subsystem happen parallel. However as long as the SHub
subsystem is not up, the NT will not establish communication with the LTs. The NT
software can check if the SHub subsystem is alive.
The IACM subsystem initialization consists of the following phases:
• Local NT initialization
• System initialization
• Enable external 7302 ISAM management

Local NT Initialization
The following phases are identified for the local NT initialization:
• Boot phase
• Overall SoftWare (OSW) startup
• Initialization phase
• Restore data from non-volatile memory

In this phase, the LT boards boot and wait for the NT board to get their OSW.

System Initialization
In the first phase of the system initialization, the NT board detects the LT boards, the
ACU and the appliques (HW) and downloads the appropriate SW to the LT boards.
The LT boards start up with their SW and perform their specific initialisations.
After these initialisations, each LIM board sends a signal to the NT board. The
second phase of the system initialization begins when the NT board receives this
signal. Now the NT board configures each LT board.

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Enable External 7302 ISAM Management


When the LT boards are configured, the 7302 ISAM management is enabled on the
NT board and the 7302 ISAM indicates that the initialization is fully complete and
the system is operational.

Note — For more information about the initialization and startup of


the 7302 ISAM please refer to the Operations and Maintenance
Using CLI.

3.3 Network Management

Figure 3-2 shows how the 7302 ISAM can be managed in a network.

Figure 3-2 7302 ISAM Network Management


Remote CT
CLI (via Telnet) EMS CT
TL1 (via UDP-login)
ISAM

RS232 LIM
IACM

EMAN
LIM
SHub
LIM
Network Ports
100/1000Base-T

Management Flow
to cascaded ISAM

The remote Craft Terminal (CT) uses TL1 commands or Command Line Interface
(CLI) commands. TL1 is used for pre-provisioning of the NT board. CLI is used to
manage both the SHub subsystem and the IACM.
Figure 3-3 shows the management topology for the two subsystems of the
7302 ISAM.

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Figure 3-3 7302 ISAM Management Topology


EMS TL1 CLI
(e.g. AWS 5523) Terminal Terminal

SNMP Telnet SSH Telnet SSH


UDP161/ TCP1023 TCP1022 TCP23 TCP22
162 TL1 TL1 CLI
TL1 Gateway Craft Terminal Craft Terminal

TL1 RS232 RS232


UDP13001

ISAM

TL1
agent
CLI IACM
agent
subsystem
SHub
SNMP SNMP
agent agent subsystem

MIB NT Controller / LIMs MIB SHub Active DB

The NT Controller and the SHub subsystem each contain a separate SNMP agent.
The NT Controller / LIMs and the SHub subsystem can be managed via an Element
Management Station (EMS), such as the Alcatel-Lucent 5523 AWS or the
Alcatel-Lucent 5526 AMS.

Note — If the 7302 ISAM is configured to have only one public IP


address, then the direct SNMP management interface to the SHub is
no longer available. The SHub will then be managed through the
SNMP interface of the NT.

It is also possible to use local TL1 or CLI craft terminal on the NT board to manage
the LTs.
An integrated CLI approach is implemented on the NT board using an CLI agent.
This agent implements CLI commands for the NT Controller / LIMs and the SHub
subsystem. However, there is no semantical integration.
Table 3-1 shows an overview of the managers which are involved.

Table 3-1 Manager Overview

Type Description

EMS Element Management System (EMS) based on SNMP. The Alcatel-Lucent WorkStation
(5523 AWS) is commonly used.

CT Craft Terminal using TL1 commands or Command Line Interface (CLI) commands.

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Note — External OAM VLAN

The SHub subsystem supports in-band management. This happens


through a dedicated VLAN, which must be configured (if different
than 4043) on both the SHub subsystem as on the NT.

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4.1 Introduction 4-2

4.2 General 4-2

4.3 XD Splitterless Subrack 4-4

4.4 XD Splitter Subrack with MTA 4-9

4.5 XD Splitter Subrack without MTA 4-12

4.6 XD-Combo300 Subrack 4-15

4.7 UD-Combo Subrack 4-20

4.8 UD-LT Subrack 4-24

4.9 7302 FD Subrack 4-28

4.10 FD Splitter Subrack 4-37

4.11 Weight of the Different Components 4-41

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4.1 Introduction

This chapter describes the different ISAM subrack types supported for the European
Telecommunication Standard Institute (ETSI) market. For each subrack, the
following characteristics are described:
• Subrack dimensions
• Physical areas
• Slot positions
• Supported plug-in units (per release).

4.2 General

The modular organization of the ISAM system allows a wide range of physical size
and traffic capacity options.
The basic building blocks of the ISAM system are the subracks or shelves(*).
(*): Both names are used for the same item.

The ISAM R3.x is a one-subrack system. Daisy-chaining multiple subracks via


Extender boards is not supported.
It is possible to cascade multiple collocated subracks via the standard Fast Ethernet
(FE)/Gigabit Ethernet (GE) subtending links. In such a configuration, each subrack
will operate and be managed as a separate system.

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Subrack Types
Table 4-1 gives an overview of the supported subrack types in ETSI configurations.
The subracks comply with the standards of ETSI 300 386.

Table 4-1 ETSI Subracks Supported in ISAM Configurations

Subrack Type Mnemonic Max.Number Subrack Fits Rack with Supported


of DSL Lines H x W x D (mm) WxD from

XD-LT ALTS-T 768 750 x 530 x 285 600 x 300 mm R2.0

XD-SP ASPS-A 768 785 x 465 x 290 600 x 300 mm R2.0

XD-PSP ASPS-C 768 600 x 465 x 280 mm • 600 x 300 mm R2.2


• 19” rack

4-LT XD Subrack(1) ARAM-D 192 354 x 584 x 305 19” rack(2) R2.2

XD-Combo300 ALTS-U 384 950 x (max.) 500 x 287,5 600 x 300 mm R2.3
UD-Combo ALTS-M 384 950 x 530 x 290 mm 600 x 300 mm R3.1

UD-LT ALTS-N 384 950 x (max.) 500 x 287,5 600 x 300 mm R3.3

7302 FD NFXS-A 864 600 x 500 x 285 600 x 300 mm R3.1

FD splitter NFSS-A 864 444 x 485.9 x 277.5 600 x 300 mm R3.4

7330 FD(1) NFXS-B 480 355 x 445 x 240 • 600 x 300 mm R3.2
• 19” rack

Notes
(1) The 4-LT XD subrack (ARAM-D) and the 7330 FD subrack are mentioned here for completeness
sake. For more information about these subracks, refer to the 7330 FTTN ISAM Product Information.
(2) The 4-LT XD subrack must be mounted vertically with mounting kit.

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4.3 XD Splitterless Subrack

The eXtreme Density (XD) splitterless (XD-LT) subrack accommodates XD units


and several units that also fit other subrack types.
The XD splitterless subrack supports LIMs serving up to 48 DSL lines (XD).
The XD splitterless subrack has a backplane.
The XD splitterless subrack is supported from R2.0 on.

Mnemonic
The mnemonic is ADSL Line Termination Subrack version T (ALTS-T).

Dimensions
Figure 4-1 shows a front view (fan unit and front cover are not included).

Figure 4-1 Inside View of XD Splitterless Subrack

Table 4-2 gives the overall dimensions of the subrack.

Table 4-2 XD Splitterless Subrack Density and Dimensions

Subrack Type Mnemonic Density/ DSL Lines Height Width Depth

XD-LT ETSI ALTS-T Extreme Density/ 750 mm 530 mm 285 mm


768 DSL lines

The XD splitterless subrack fits into conventional SI transmission racks (600 mm


width and 300 mm depth).

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Location
The XD splitterless subrack can be installed in a Central Office (CO) or a Controlled
Environment Vault (CEV) and can be deployed in remote cabinets requiring
extended temperature range operation.

Areas and Slot Positions


Figure 4-2 shows the layout of the XD splitterless subrack.

Figure 4-2 Areas and Slot Positions in XD Splitterless Subrack

NTI/O

POWER

RCFT
Connector area
EXT
TRU

Line Termination area


LT 01
LT 02
LT 03
LT 04
LT 05
LT 06
LT 07
LT 08
LT 09
LT 10
LT 11
LT 12
LT 13
LT 14
LT 15
LT 16
NT A
NT B
ACU

Fan area
P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7 P8
Crossover slot pairs

The XD splitterless subrack has three areas:


• The Line Termination (LT) area or Line Server Module (LIM) area is 450 mm
high and can house 420 mm x 220 mm plug-in units.
• The Connector area above the LT area is 250 mm high and is dimensioned to
house two rows of CHAMP connectors. It provides housing for NT I/O, filters
and connectors for power and other interface connection and space for cable
routing.
• The Fan area below the LT area is 50 mm high and can house a separate fan unit.

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Board Types
The XD splitterless subrack can accommodate the following units (Figure 4-2):
• one Alarm Control Unit (ACU) plug-in board
• two Network Termination (NT) boards
• up to 16 LIMs:
Splitters for the xDSL LIMs can not be mounted in the XD splitterless subrack
and will be put in a separate subrack.
• one NT I/O applique:
This applique is a full size board which plugs into both NT I/O connectors,
located high in the DSL cabling area of the subrack.
• one SMAS board:
This small board serves as a subrack identification resource. The SMAS stores the
system MAC addresses and ISAM ID (based on boardserialId). It is plugged into
the backplane and is delivered as an integral part of the subrack.

Note 1 — No PWR I/O board is developed for the XD splitterless


subrack. The power connectors are available in the connector area.
Note 2 — No specific Termination Plugs are supported for R3.4.

Restrictions
The following restrictions apply:
• The XD splitterless subrack is not equipped with a TEST/SPARE bus. When the
1:N LT redundancy and/or MTA functionality needs to be supported, the
necessary provisions need to be available in the connected splitter device (refer
to section 4.1.2).
• The XD splitterless subrack will not be ready to support 72-line boards.

1+1 NT Redundancy
NT redundancy is supported on the following boards:
• ECNT-A
• ECNT-C CB

1+1 LIM Redundancy


The backpanel is already provisioned to support the 1+1 LIM redundancy. The
necessary will have to be mounted in the splitter subrack (XD-SP) since appliques
cannot be mounted in the XD splitterless subrack itself.
1+1 LIM redundancy is not a supported R3.x feature.

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1:N LIM Redundancy


The 1:N redundancy of the LIMs is not supported in the XD splitterless subrack itself
since no TEST/SPARE bus is available. When this functionality is required, the
necessary provisions need to be available in the connected splitter device.
1:N LIM redundancy is not a supported R3.x feature.

Overview of Supported Units


Table 4-3 gives an overview of the supported plug-in units in the XD splitterless
subrack for R3.4. Refer to Figure 4-2 for the layout and slot positions.
For detailed information about units, refer to the UDS. Appendix A gives the used
mnemonics.

Table 4-3 Supported Units in XD Splitterless Subrack - R3.4

Slot Board Corresponding Applique Description


Type
Type Position

NT A ECNT-A ECNC-A AA NT I/O(2) Working position (simplex or in


ECNT-C CA ECNC-A AB NT 1+1 pair)
ECNT-C CB ECNC-B AA
ECNC-B AB

NT B ECNT-A - - Standby position in NT 1+1 Pair


ECNT-C CA (Empty in simplex configuration).
ECNT-C CB

ACU AACU-C - - Alarm Control Unit

LIM slot EALT-A PSPS-A/B/C Splitter subrack 48 ADSL2 POTS interfaces


(01 - 16)
EBLT-A/C/E 48 ADSL2/2+ POTS interfaces
EBLT-J
EBLT-K
EBLT-D PSUS-A 48 ADSL2/2+ ISDN interfaces
EBLT-F
EBLT-L

EVLT-C VSPB-A 24 VDSL/2 POTS interfaces

EVLT-D VSUB-A 24 VDSL/2 ISDN interfaces

SMLT-J CTAS-C 24 SHDSL interfaces


SMLT-K CTAB-C

IVPS-A - ISAM Voice Package Server


IVPS-B

POLT-A PSPS-A/B/C 48 POTS interfaces

PSPP-A Connector area Combo function (POLT-A +


of XD-LT subrack xDSL LT) takes two slots in
subrack

BALT-A PSUS-A Splitter subrack 24 port ISDN BA interfaces


Combo function (BALT-A +
xDSL LT) takes two slots in
subrack

(1 of 2)

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Slot Board Corresponding Applique Description


Type
Type Position

Fan area AFAN-H - - Fan unit. Part of the subrack.

Backplane SMAS-A - - Plugged into the backplane.


Integral part of the subrack.

(2 of 2)

Note
(1) For non Central Office (Class 3.1E of ETS 300 119-1) environment deployment, check with
Alcatel-Lucent whether Outdoor Cabinet LT (OD-LT) boards have to be used.
(2) The NTIO boards are shared by both NTA and NTB. The active NT takes control of the NTIO board.

Dummy Front Panels


The following dummy front panels are available for XD splitterless subracks:
• for NT slots: front panel 3FE 22626 AAAA
• for LT slots: front panel 3FE 22625 AAAA.

Powering
Power cables are directly connected to the power filters in the connector area.

Fan Unit
One fan unit (AFAN-H) provides forced air cooling in the subrack. The fan unit is a
field replaceable unit in the subrack fan area, it plugs directly into the backplane.
There are two variants, one with dustfilter and one without dustfilter. The fan unit of
the subrack in the lowest rack position must always contain a dustfilter (see Rack
Configuration).

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4.4 XD Splitter Subrack with MTA

The XD-LT subrack is splitterless. Therefore, the splitter appliques for the LT boards
need to be housed in a separate subrack, the XD splitter subrack with Metallic Test
Access (MTA) (XD-SP) subrack.
The XD-SP subrack is supported from R2.0 on.

Mnemonic
The mnemonic is ADSL SPlitter Subrack version A (ASPS-A).

Dimensions
Figure 4-3 shows a front view.

Figure 4-3 Inside View of XD-SP Subrack

Table 4-4 gives the overall dimensions of the subrack.

Table 4-4 XD-SP Subrack Density and Dimensions

Subrack Type Mnemonic Density/ DSL Lines Height Width Depth

XD-SP ETSI ASPS-A Extreme Density/ 785 mm 465 mm 290 mm


768 DSL lines

The XD-SP subrack fits into conventional SI transmission racks (600 mm width and
300 mm depth).

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Location
The XD-SP subrack can be installed in a CO or a CEV and can be deployed in remote
cabinets requiring extended temperature range operation.

Areas and Slot Positions


Figure 4-4 shows the areas and slot positions.

Figure 4-4 Areas and Slot Positions in XD-SP Subrack


ALM

Top connector area


AP01

AP02

AP03

AP04

AP05

AP06

AP07

AP08

AP09

AP10

AP11

AP12

AP13

AP14

AP15

AP16
AP01

AP02

AP03

AP04

AP05

AP06

AP07

AP08

AP09

AP10

AP11

AP12

AP13

AP14

AP15

AP16
TAUS

Splitter area
AP01

AP02

AP03

AP04

AP05

AP06

AP07

AP08

AP09

AP10

AP11

AP12

AP13

AP14

AP15

AP16
AP01

AP02

AP03

AP04

AP05

AP06

AP07

AP08

AP09

AP10

AP11

AP12

AP13

AP14

AP15

AP16
PWR

Bottom connector area

The XD-SP subrack has three areas:


• The Top Connector area provides connectors for Alarm interface and ADSL
connection (ADSL 25 to ADSL 48) and space for routing ADSL cables.
• The Splitter (SP) area is 520 mm high and can house 520 mm x 220 mm plug-in
units (PSPS).
• The Bottom Connector area provides filters and connectors for power and ADSL
connection (ADSL 01 to ADSL 24) and space for routing ADSL cables.

Board Types
The XD-SP subrack can accommodate the following units (Figure 4-4):
• one TAUS test access unit
• up to 16 splitter boards (PSPS or PSUS):
one per equipped LIM in the XD splitterless subrack.

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LT Redundancy and Metallic Test Access Support


The XD-SP subrack provides a Test/Spare bus on the backpanel for the support of
1:N LT redundancy and Metallic Test Access (MTA).
A dedicated slot (TAUS) is foreseen for a Test-I/O Applique. A SPI bus connects this
slot with the 16 splitter slots to allow control of the relays on the splitter boards.

Overview Supported Units


Table 4-5 gives an overview of the supported plug-in units in the XD-SP subrack for
R3.4. Refer to Figure 4-4 for layout and slot positions.
For detailed information about units, refer to the UDS. Appendix A gives the used
mnemonics.

Table 4-5 Supported Units in XD-SP Subrack - R3.4

Slot Board Type Description

Splitter slot PSPS-A Passive POTS splitter. ADSL2+ compatible.


(01-16) PSPS-B
PSPS-C

PSUS-A Passive POTS/ISDN splitter. ADSL2+ compatible.

CTAS-C Cut-through applique for SHDSL.

TAU TAUS-A Test access unit.

Dummy Front Panels


When MDF cabling is already foreseen for not-installed units, the MDF connectors
must be fixed on dummy front panels.
The following dummy front panels are available for XD-SP subracks:
• front panel 3EC 37714 ABAA

Powering
Power cables are directly connected to backplane terminals in the bottom connector
area.

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4.5 XD Splitter Subrack without MTA

The XD-LT subrack is splitterless. Therefore, the splitter appliques for the LT boards
need to be housed in a separate subrack. The XD splitter subrack without MTA
(XD-PSP) is a cost-improved version of the XD-SP subrack. The main
characteristics of this subrack type are:
• The subrack has no backplane (no MTA support, no LT redundancy support).
• The subrack can house up to 16 splitter boards, one per equipped LIM in the
XD-LT subrack. Each board is able to handle 48 lines.
• The subrack is mountable in the existing ETS rack frame of an XD Modular
system (above the XD splitterless subrack) or in a standard 19” rack. By
re-orienting the mounting brackets, the subrack can be mounted in frames.

The XD-PSP subrack is supported from R2.2 on.

Mnemonic
The mnemonic is ADSL SPlitter Subrack version C (ASPS-C).

Dimensions
Figure 4-5 shows a front view.

Figure 4-5 View of XD-PSP Subrack

Table 4-6 gives the overall dimensions of the subrack.

Table 4-6 XD-PSP Subrack Density and Dimensions

Subrack Type Mnemonic Density/ DSL Lines Height Width Depth


XD-PSP ETSI ASPS-C Extreme Density/ 600 mm 465 mm 280 mm
768 DSL lines

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Areas and Slot Positions


Figure 4-6 shows the slot positions and numbering of the XD-PSP subrack.

Figure 4-6 Slot Positions in XD-PSP Subrack

Slot 00
Slot 01
Slot 02
Slot 03
Slot 04
Slot 05
Slot 06
Slot 07
Slot 08
Slot 09
Slot 10
Slot 11
Slot 12
Slot 13
Slot 14
Slot 15
The XD-PSP subrack has one area:
• The Splitter (SP) area is 600 mm high and can house 540 mm x 175 mm plug-in
units.

Board Types
The XD-PSP subrack can accommodate the following units (Figure 4-6):
• up to 16 splitter boards (PSPB or PSUB):
one per equipped LIM in the XD splitterless subrack.
These splitter cards have the following characteristics:
• Six CHAMP connectors at the front stiffener (POTS & LINE & ADSL).
• The splitter cards are completely passive circuits. They do not contain a Remote
Inventory (RI) PROM nor test relays for line testing purposes.

Redundancy and Metallic Test Access Support


No redundancy or MTA support.

Overview Supported Units


Table 4-7 gives an overview of the supported plug-in units in the XD-PSP subrack
for R3.4. Refer to Figure 4-6 for the slot positions.
For detailed information about units, refer to the UDS. Appendix A gives the used
mnemonics.

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Table 4-7 Supported Units in XD-PSP Subrack - R3.4

Slot Board Type Description

Splitter slot PSPB-A 48 line passive POTS splitter. ADSL2+ compatible.


(01-16) PSPB-B

PSUB-A 48 line passive POTS/ISDN (2B1Q) splitter. ADSL2+ compatible.

PSUB-B 48 line passive POTS/ISDN 4B3T) splitter. ADSL2+ compatible.


CTAB-C Cut-through applique for SHDSL

VSPB-A 24 line passive POTS splitter. VDSL interfaces

VSUB-A 24 line passive ISDN splitter. VDSL interfaces

Dummy Front Panels


When MDF cabling is already foreseen for not-installed units, the MDF connectors
must be fixed on dummy front panels.
The following dummy front panels are available for XD-PSP subracks:
• front panel 3FE 24800 AAAA

Powering
The XD-PSP subrack does not require powering.

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4.6 XD-Combo300 Subrack

The XD-Combo300 (ISAM-V) subrack contains LT functions as well as splitter


function.
The XD-Combo300 subrack uses the backplane approach. The connector area of the
XD-Combo300 subrack is dimensioned to house only row of CHAMP connectors,
therefore two CHAMP connectors (occupying two slots) are needed for a 48 line set.
The XD-Combo300 subrack is supported from R2.2 on.
Note — For this equipment, neither voice nor MTA are supported
anymore.

Mnemonic
The mnemonic is ADSL Line Termination Subrack version U (ALTS-U).

Dimensions
Figure 4-7 shows a front view.

Figure 4-7 View of XD-Combo300 Subrack

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Table 4-8 gives the overall dimensions of the subrack.

Table 4-8 XD-Combo300 Subrack Density and Dimensions

Subrack Type Mnemonic Density/ # Lines Height Width Depth

XD-Combo300 ALTS-U XD/ 950 mm 530 mm 290 mm


386 DSL lines

The XD-Combo300 subrack fits into conventional SI transmission racks (600 mm


width and 300 mm depth).

Location
The XD-Combo300 subrack can be installed in a Central Office (CO) or a Controlled
Environment Vault (CEV) and can be deployed in remote cabinets requiring
extended temperature range operation.

Areas and Slot Positions


Figure 4-8 shows the layout of the XD-Combo300 subrack.

Figure 4-8 Areas and Slot Positions in the XD-Combo300 Subrack

Connector area

AP area
PWR I/O

LSM AP
LSM AP
LSM AP
LSM AP
LSM AP
LSM AP
LSM AP
LSM AP
LSM AP
LSM AP
LSM AP
LSM AP
LSM AP
LSM AP
LSM AP
LSM AP
TST I/O
NT I/O

29 30 31 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

Line Termination area


Termination plugs
NT/EXT
NT/EXT
LSM00
LSM00
LSM00
LSM00
LSM00
LSM00
LSM00
LSM00
LSM00
LSM00
LSM00
LSM00
LSM00
LSM00
LSM00
LSM00
ACU

Fan area

P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7 P8
Crossover slot pairs

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The XD-Combo300 subrack has the following areas:


• The LT area is 450 mm
• The Fan area below the LIM area is 50 mm high (without dust filter) or 60 mm
high (with dust filter) and provides housing for a separate fan unit
• The Applique (AP) area is 300 mm high
• The Connector area above the AP is 150 mm high area contains filters and
connectors for connecting power cables and other interface cables and it provides
space for cable routing

Board Types
The XD-Combo300 subrack can accommodate the following units (Figure 4-8):
• one ACU plug-in board
• two NT boards
• up to 8 POTS / xDSL LT board pairs in combo function, occupying 16 slots (one
slot per LT board and 2 slots for POTS / xDSL board pair).
• up to 8 splitter appliques for the xDSL / POTS LIMs occupying 16 slots (each
applique is double wide slot for 48 subscriber lines).
• one NT I/O applique with interfaces to the NTs
• one PWR applique.
• one termination plug board. It is plugged into the backplane and is delivered as
an integral part of the subrack.
• one SMAS board:
This small board serves as a subrack identification resource. The SMAS stores the
system MAC addresses and ISAM ID (based on boardserialId). It is plugged into
the backplane and is delivered as an integral part of the subrack.

1+1 NT Redundancy
NT redundancy is supported in the following boards:
• ECNT-A
• ECNT-C CB

1+1 LIM Redundancy


The backpanel is already provisioned to support the 1+1 LIM redundancy.
1+1 LIM redundancy is not a supported R3.x feature.

1:N LIM and Metallic Test Access


MTA is not supported.
1:N LIM redundancy is not a supported R3.x feature.

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Local Loop Unbundling


The Local loop Unbundling (LLU) function allows to disconnect the xDSL line from
the loop while the LPF function in the line is bypassed.
LLU is supported from R2.2 onwards (HW & SW).

Overview of Supported Units


Table 4-9 gives an overview of the supported plug-in units in the XD-Combo300
subrack for R3.4. Refer to Figure 4-8 for layout and slot positions.
For detailed information about units, refer to the UDS. Appendix A gives the used
mnemonics.

Table 4-9 Supported Units in XD-Combo300 Subrack - R3.4

Slot Board Corresponding Applique Description


Type
Type Position
NT A ECNT-A ECNC-C NT I/O Working position (simplex or in NT
ECNT-C CA 1+1 pair)
ECNT-C CB

NT B ECNT-A - - Standby position in NT 1+1 Pair


ECNT-C CA (Empty in simplex configuration).
ECNT-C CB

ACU AACU-C - - Alarm Control Unit


AACU-E

LIM slot EALT-A PSPS-D(*) AP area 48 ADSL2 POTS interfaces


(01 - 16) PSPS-E(*)

EBLT-A 48 ADSL2/2+ POTS interfaces


EBLT-C
EBLT-E
EBLT-J
EBLT-K

EBLT-F - 48 ADSL2/2+ ISDN interfaces

EVLT-C - 24 VDSL/2 POTS interfaces

EVLT-D - 24 VDSL/2 ISDN interfaces

Fan area AFAN-H - - Fan unit. Part of the subrack.

Backplane SMAS-A - - Plugged into the backplane. Integral


part of the subrack.

Note
(1) For non Central Office (Class 3.1E of ETS 300 119-1) environment deployment, check with
Alcatel-Lucent whether Outdoor Cabinet LT (OD-LT) boards have to be used.

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Note — (*): PSPS-D and PSPS-E are double slot wide appliques for
POLT-A and EBLT-x pairs.
These appliques will be assembled as two PBA´s:
• PSPS-D consists of PSPS-DL and PSPS-DR.
• PSPS-E consists of PSPS-EL and PSPS-ER.
At assembly, an identical board serial number is stored in the RI of the
two PBAs. Additionally, an extra label is put on the top cover to
identify the assembly. The left side applique part is mounted above
the POLT board, while the right side applique part is mounted above
the EBLT.
POLT-A should occupy the leftmost slot of the pair of LT boards.
Pairs are slots 0-1, 2-3, 4-5, 6-7, 8-9, 10-11, 12-13, 14-15 (refer to
Figure 4-8).

Dummy Front Panels


When MDF cabling is already foreseen for not-installed units, the MDF connectors
must be fixed on dummy front panels.
The following dummy front panels are available for XD-Combo300 subracks:
• for NT slots: front panel 3FE 22626 AAAA
• for LT slots: front panel 3FE 22625 AAAA.

Powering
Power cables are directly connected to the power filters in the connector area. These
filters provide EMC shielding.

Fan Unit
One fan unit (AFAN-H) provides forced air cooling in the subrack.
The fan unit is a field replaceable unit in the subrack fan area, it plugs directly into
the backplane. There are two variants, one with optional dustfilter and one without.
The fan unit of the subrack in the lowest rack position must always contain a
dustfilter (see Rack Configuration).

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4.7 UD-Combo Subrack

The UD-Combo subrack contains LT functions as well as splitter function. This


subrack is intended mainly to be used for POTS+ADSL combo applications.
The UD-Combo subrack is supported from R3.1 on.

Mnemonic
The mnemonic is ADSL Line Termination Subrack version M (ALTS-M).

Dimensions
Figure 4-9 shows a front view.

Figure 4-9 View of UD-Combo300 Subrack

Table 4-10 gives the overall dimensions.

Table 4-10 UD-Combo Subrack Density and Dimensions

Subrack Type Mnemonic Density/ # Lines Height Width Depth

UD-Combo ALTS-M UD/ 950 mm 530 mm 290 mm


386 DSL lines

The UD-Combo subrack fits into conventional SI transmission racks (600 mm width
and 300 mm depth).

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Location
The UD-Combo subrack can be installed in a Central Office (CO) or a Controlled
Environment Vault (CEV) and can be deployed in remote cabinets requiring
extended temperature range operation.

Areas and Slot Positions


Figure 4-10 shows the layout of the UD-Combo subrack.

Figure 4-10 Areas and Slot Positions in the UD-Combo Subrack

Connector area

AP area
PWR I/O

Test I/O
AP01
NT I/O

AP02
AP03
AP04
AP05
AP06
AP07
AP08
AP09
AP10

AP12
AP13
AP14
AP15
AP16
AP11
29 30 31 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

Line Termination area

Termination plugs
LT01
LT02
LT03
LT04
LT05
LT06
LT07
LT08
LT09
LT10

LT12
LT13
LT14
LT15
LT16
ACU

LT11
NTB
NTA

Fan area

P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7 P8

Crossover slot pairs

The UD-Combo subrack has the following areas:


• The Line Termination (LT) area is 450 mm
• The Fan area below the LT area is 50 mm high and provides housing for a
separate fan unit
• The Applique (AP) area is 330 mm high
• The Connector area above the AP is 120 mm high area. It contains filters and
connectors for connecting power cables and other interface cables and it provides
space for cable routing

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Board Types
The UD-Combo subrack can accommodate the following units (Figure 4-10):
• one ACU plug-in board
• one or two NT boards
• up to 16 LT boards
• up to 16 splitters (one for each equipped LT).
• one NT I/O applique with interfaces to the NTs
• one TST I/O applique for tests
• one PWR applique.
• one termination plug board. It is plugged into the backplane and is delivered as
an integral part of the subrack.
• one SMAS board:
This small board serves as a subrack identification resource. The SMAS stores the
system MAC addresses and ISAM ID (based on boardserialId). It is plugged into
the backplane and is delivered as an integral part of the subrack.

Note — The UD-Combo subrack is equipped with a TEST/SPARE


bus and 1:N LT redundancy and/or MTA functionality needs can be
supported.

1+1 NT Redundancy
NT redundancy is supported in the following boards:
• ECNT-C CB

1+1 LIM Redundancy


The backpanel is already provisioned to support the 1+1 LIM redundancy.
1+1 LIM redundancy is not a supported R3.x feature.

1:N LIM and Metallic Test Access


The UD-Combo subrack provides a TEST/SPARE bus on the backpanel for the
support of MTA and 1:N redundancy. If these functionalities are required they have
to be supported in the appliques also.
1:N LIM redundancy is not a supported R3.x feature.

Local Loop Unbundling


The Local loop Unbundling (LLU) function allows to disconnect the xDSL line from
the loop while the LPF function in the line is bypassed.
LLU is supported from R2.2 onwards (HW & SW).

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Overview of Supported Units


Table 4-11 gives an overview of the supported plug-in units in the UD-Combo
subrack for R3.4. Refer to Figure 4-10 for layout and slot positions.
For detailed information about units, refer to the UDS. Appendix A gives the used
mnemonics.

Table 4-11 Supported Units in UD-Combo Subrack - R3.4

Slot Board Corresponding Applique Description


Type
Type Position

NT A ECNT-C CA ECNC-A AB NT I/O Working position (simplex or in NT


ECNT-C CB ECNC-C 1+1 pair)

NT B ECNT-C CA - - Standby position in NT 1+1 Pair


ECNT-C CB (Empty in simplex configuration).

ACU AACU-C - - Alarm Control Unit

LIM slot EBLT-G PSPC-R - 2x24 ADSL2/2+ POTS interfaces


(01 - 16) EBLT-M

SMLT-J CTAB-B - 24 SHDSL interfaces


SMLT-K WCAP-B

Fan area AFAN-H - - Fan unit. Part of the subrack.

Backplane SMAS-A - - Plugged into the backplane. Integral


part of the subrack.

Note
(1) For non Central Office (Class 3.1E of ETS 300 119-1) environment deployment, check with
Alcatel-Lucent whether Outdoor Cabinet LT (OD-LT) boards have to be used.

Dummy Front Panels


When MDF cabling is already foreseen for not-installed units, the MDF connectors
must be fixed on dummy front panels. The following dummy front panels are
available for UD-Combo subracks:
• for NT slots: front panel 3FE 22626 AAAA
• for LT slots: front panel 3FE 22625 AAAA.

Powering
Power cables are directly connected to the power filters in the connector area. These
filters provide EMC shielding.

Fan Unit
One fan unit (AFAN-H) provides forced air cooling in the subrack. The fan unit is a
field replaceable unit in the subrack fan area, it plugs directly into the backplane.
There are two variants, one with optional dustfilter and one without.
The fan unit of the subrack in the lowest rack position must always contain a
dustfilter (see Rack Configuration).

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4.8 UD-LT Subrack

The UD-LT subrack contains LT functions only. The UD-LT subrack is supported
from R3.3.02 on.

Mnemonic
The mnemonic is ADSL Line Termination Subrack version N (ALTS-N).

Dimensions
Figure 4-9 shows a front view.

Figure 4-11 View of UD-LT Subrack

Table 4-10 gives the overall dimensions.

Table 4-12 UD-LT Subrack Density and Dimensions

Subrack Type Mnemonic Density/ # Lines Height Width Depth

UD-LT ALTS-M UD/ 950 mm 530 mm 290 mm


386 DSL lines

The UD-LT subrack fits into conventional SI transmission racks (600 mm width and
300 mm depth).

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Location
The UD-LT subrack can be installed in a Central Office (CO) or a Controlled
Environment Vault (CEV) and can be deployed in remote cabinets requiring
extended temperature range operation.

Areas and Slot Positions


Figure 4-12 shows the layout of the UD-LT subrack.

Figure 4-12 Areas and Slot Positions in the UD-LT Subrack

PWR NTI/O

Connector area

29 30 31 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

Line Termination area

T ermination plugs
LT 11
LT01
LT02
LT03
LT04
LT05
LT06
LT07
LT08
LT09
LT10

LT12
LT13
LT14
LT15
LT16
ACU
NTA
NTB

Fan area

P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7 P8

Crossover slot pairs

The UD-LT subrack has the following areas:


• The Line Termination (LT) area is 450 mm
• The Fan area below the LT area is 50 mm high and provides housing for a
separate fan unit
• The Connector area above the AP is 120 mm high area. It contains filters and
connectors for connecting power cables and other interface cables and it provides
space for cable routing

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Board Types
The UD-LT subrack can accommodate the following units (Figure 4-10):
• one ACU plug-in board
• one or two NT boards
• up to 16 LT boards
• one NT I/O applique with interfaces to the NTs
• one PWR applique.
• one termination plug board. It is plugged into the backplane and is delivered as
an integral part of the subrack.
• one SMAS board:
This small board serves as a subrack identification resource. The SMAS stores the
system MAC addresses and ISAM ID (based on boardserialId). It is plugged into
the backplane and is delivered as an integral part of the subrack.

Note — The UD-LT subrack is equipped with a TEST/SPARE bus


and 1:N LT redundancy and/or MTA functionality needs can be
supported.

1+1 NT Redundancy
NT redundancy is supported in the following boards:
• ECNT-C CB

1+1 LIM Redundancy


The backpanel is already provisioned to support the 1+1 LIM redundancy.
1+1 LIM redundancy is not a supported R3.x feature.

1:N LIM and Metallic Test Access


The UD-LT subrack provides a TEST/SPARE bus on the backpanel for the support
of MTA and 1:N redundancy. If these functionalities are required they have to be
supported in the appliques also.
1:N LIM redundancy is not a supported R3.x feature.

Local Loop Unbundling


The Local loop Unbundling (LLU) function allows to disconnect the xDSL line from
the loop while the LPF function in the line is bypassed.
LLU is supported from R2.2 onwards (HW & SW).

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Overview of Supported Units


Table 4-13 gives an overview of the supported plug-in units in the UD-LT subrack
for R3.4. Refer to Figure 4-12 for layout and slot positions.
For detailed information about units, refer to the UDS. Appendix A gives the used
mnemonics.

Table 4-13 Supported Units in UD-LT Subrack - R3.4

Slot Board Corresponding Applique Description


Type
Type Position

NT A ECNT-C CA ECNC-A AB NT I/O Working position (simplex or in NT


ECNT-C CB ECNC-C 1+1 pair)

NT B ECNT-C CA - - Standby position in NT 1+1 Pair


ECNT-C CB (Empty in simplex configuration).

ACU AACU-C - - Alarm Control Unit

LIM slot EBLT-M PSPC-R - 2x24 ADSL2/2+ POTS interfaces


(01 - 16)

Fan area AFAN-H - - Fan unit. Part of the subrack.


Backplane SMAS-A - - Plugged into the backplane. Integral
part of the subrack.

Note
(1) For non Central Office (Class 3.1E of ETS 300 119-1) environment deployment, check with
Alcatel-Lucent whether Outdoor Cabinet LT (OD-LT) boards have to be used.

Dummy Front Panels


When MDF cabling is already foreseen for not-installed units, the MDF connectors
must be fixed on dummy front panels. The following dummy front panels are
available for UD-LT subracks:
• for NT slots: front panel 3FE 22626 AAAA
• for LT slots: front panel 3FE 22625 AAAA.

Powering
Power cables are directly connected to the power filters in the connector area. These
filters provide EMC shielding.

Fan Unit
One fan unit (AFAN-H) provides forced air cooling in the subrack. The fan unit is a
field replaceable unit in the subrack fan area, it plugs directly into the backplane.
There are two variants, one with optional dustfilter and one without.
The fan unit of the subrack in the lowest rack position must always contain a
dustfilter (see Rack Configuration).

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4.9 7302 FD Subrack

The 7302 FD LT/Combo equipment practice optimized for an IP-DSLAM


architecture.
The 7302 FD subrack can contain:
1 LT functions as well as splitter functions
2 LT functions only

The 7302 FD LT/Combo subrack is supported from R3.1 on.

Mnemonic
The mnemonic is NFXS-A.

Subrack Configurations
The following subrack configurations are possible:
• 7302 FD Combo subrack:
In Combo mode, the 7302 FD subrack can be equipped with both LT boards and
splitter boards. LT boards can be inserted into any slot but are accompanied by a
splitter board on the right.
• When NT redundancy is required, an NT I/O board is inserted in slot 17 and the
second NT board (NTB) is inserted in slot 18. A total of 8 LT boards and 8 splitter
boards can be equipped; see Figure 4-13.
• If NT redundancy is not required, slots 17 and 18 can be used for an LT board (LT9)
and the corresponding splitter board (SP9). A total of 9 LT boards and 9 splitter
boards can be equipped; see Figure 4-14.
• 7302 FD LT subrack:
In LT mode, the 7302 FD subrack is equipped only with LT boards. The
corresponding splitter boards are placed in a splitter subrack above the 7302 FD
LT subrack in the rack.
• When NT redundancy is required, an NT I/O board is inserted in slot 17 and the
second NT board (NTB) is inserted in slot 18. A total of 18 LT boards can be
equipped; see Figure 4-15.
• If NT redundancy is not required, slots 17 and 18 can be used for an LT board.
A total of 18 LT boards can be equipped; see Figure 4-16.

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Figure 4-13 7302 FD subrack in Combo mode and with NT redundancy


POTS
LINE

xDSL cables

SP1

SP4

SP5

SP8
NT I/O
NTA

NTB
LT1

LT4

LT5

LT8
BPA

NT A, NT B and NT I/O
fiber conduct
Fan unit

BAT Connector
BAT filters
Inlet area
Block
Lamps CBs

Figure 4-14 7302 FD subrack in Combo mode and without NT redundancy


POTS
LINE

xDSL cables
SP1

SP4

SP9

SP5

SP8
NTA
LT1

LT4

LT9

LT5

LT8

BPA

NT A
fiber conduct
Fan unit

BAT Connector
BAT filters
Inlet area
Block
Lamps CBs

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Figure 4-15 7302 FD subrack in LT mode and with NT redundancy


POTS
LINE

SP16
SP1

SP8

SP9
FD splitter
without MTA

xDSL

NTIO/LT17
NTB/LT18

LT16
NTA
LT1

LT8

LT9
BPA

NT A, NT B and NT I/O
fiber conduct Fan unit

BAT Connector
Inlet BAT filters area
Block
Lamps CBs

Figure 4-16 7302 FD subrack in LT mode and without NT redundancy


POTS
LINE

FD splitter
SP16
SP17
SP18
SP1

SP8

SP9

without MTA
xDSL

LT16
LT17
LT18
NTA
LT1

LT8

LT9

BPA

NT A
fiber conduct Fan unit

BAT Connector
Inlet BAT filters area
Block
Lamps CBs

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Dimensions
Figure 4-17 shows a front view.

Figure 4-17 View of 7302 FD Subrack

Table 4-14 gives the overall dimensions of the subrack.

Table 4-14 7302 FD Subrack Density and Dimensions

Subrack Mnemonic Density/ Height Width Depth


Type # Lines
7302 FD NFXS-A FD/ 600 mm 500 mm 285 mm
Maximum number of lines:
• 384 (Combo configuration -
NT redundancy)
• 432 (Combo configuration -
no NT redundancy)
• 768 (LT configuration -
NT redundancy)
• 864 (LT configuration - no
NT redundancy)

The 7302 FD subrack fits into conventional SI transmission racks (600 mm width
and 300 mm depth).

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Location
The 7302 FD subrack can be installed in a Central Office (CO) or a Controlled
Environment Vault (CEV) and can be deployed in remote cabinets requiring
extended temperature range operation.

Areas and Slot Positions


Figure 4-18 shows the layout of the 7302 FD subrack.

Figure 4-18 Areas and Slot Positions in the 7302 FD Subrack

LT 10
LT 11
LT 12
LT 13
LT 14
LT 15
LT 16
NTIO
LT 1
LT 2
LT 3
LT 4
LT 5
LT 6
LT 7
LT 8
NTA

NTB
LT 9

Fan unit

BAT Connector
BAT filters
Inlet area
Block
Lamps CBs

The 7302 FD subrack has the following areas:


• The Line Termination area is 440 mm high and houses 405 mm x 225 mm plug-in
units.
• The Fan area is 50 mm high and provides housing for a separate fan unit.
• The Connector below the fan area is 100 mm high. It provides housing for filters,
connectors, lamps and Circuit Breakers (CB) for power and other interface
connections.

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Board Types
The 7302 FD subrack can accommodate the following units:
• NT I/O boards: If not used, this slot can be occupied with LT17.
In the backpanel, there is a provision to equip a maximum of 8 uplinks on the
NT I/O. These 8 uplinks can be either 8 x 1 Gbps Ethernet or 2 x 10 Gbps
Ethernet. On the NT I/O, these uplinks are multiplexed between the 2 NTs on NT
active/standby state.
As an option, the NT I/O can be provided in a redundant way. In that case, the NT
I/O slot is equipped with an NT I/O-motherboard, with 2 NT I/O-mezzanine
boards inserted.
• NT boards: If the redundant NT is not used, this slot can be occupied with LT18,
with an additional EMC plate (5mm).
• LT boards:
16 LTs can be accommodated in splitterless mode. In Combo mode, the LTs must
be equipped in the odd positions with their corresponding splitter in the even
position. This reduces the line capacity with 50%.
HW ready for ADSL2+, SHDSL, VDSL/2 and Ethernet LT.
• Appliques:
Splitters for the xDSL LIMs can be mounted in the 7302 FD subrack in the even
slot positions. The LTs need to be put in the odd slot positions. The connection
between the LT and the correlating splitter is done via the front with a 48 pairs
connector and cable.
At the front of the splitter, there is the 48 pairs connector and cable towards the
PSTN exchange. In this configuration, there is no MTA on the splitters.

1+1 NT Redundancy
When a NT 1+1 redundant configuration is to be deployed, an NT I/O board needs
to be inserted in the subrack. The NT I/O board performs NT board protection
switching for uplinks from the 2 NT boards: only the uplinks from the active NT are
connected to the external up-link interfaces.

1+1 LIM Redundancy


For dual slot applications (for example, 96 line dual slot board), traffic interfaces are
provided between 2 neighboring LTs: 2 differential pairs (100 Ohm). For
inter-processor communication (like HIPC), the following interfaces are provided
between 2 neighboring LTs: 2 differential pairs (100 Ohm). For redundant operation
of 2 LTs, the following interfaces are provided between 2 neighboring LTs:
• Local LT state, Peer LT state
• Local LT presence, Peer LT presence
1+1 LIM redundancy is not a supported R3.x feature.

1:N LIM Redundancy


The 1:N redundancy of the LIMs is not supported in the 7302 FD subrack itself since
no TEST/SPARE bus is available. When this functionality is required, the necessary
provisions need to be available in the connected splitter device.

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Metallic Test Access


The backplane is provisioned for Metallic Test access (MTA).

Overview of Supported Units


Table 4-15 gives an overview of the supported plug-in units in the 7302 FD subrack
for R3.4. Refer to Figure 4-18 for layout and slot positions.
For detailed information about units, refer to the UDS. Appendix A gives the used
mnemonics.

Table 4-15 Supported Units in 7302 FD Subrack - R3.4

Slot Board Corresponding Applique Description


Type
Type Position

NT A NANT-A - - Working position


NANT-A AB - (simplex or in NT 1+1
pair)

NT B NANT-A - - Standby position in NT


NANT-A AB 1+1 Pair (Empty in
simplex configuration).

NT I/O NCNC-B(1) - - NT I/O board with 6


supplementary uplinks
NCNC-D(1) - - NT I/O board with 4+2
supplementary uplinks

LIM slo NALT-B NPSP-A • In FD Combo subrack: to the 2x24 ADSL/2/2+ over
t NALT-C NPSP-B right of the corresponding LT POTS interfaces
• In FD splitter subrack: 1
splitter per equipped LT

NALT-D NVSU-A - 2x24 ADSL/2/2+ over


ISDN interfaces

NVLT-A VSPB-A In XD-PSP subrack: 1 board per 24 VDSL/2 over POTS


equipped LT board interfaces

NVSP-A BA In FD Combo subrack: 1 board


NVSP-B per equipped LT board

VSPM-A In external MDF frame; 6 boards


VCTM-A per equipped LT board

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Slot Board Corresponding Applique Description


Type
Type Position
NVLT-B VSUB-A In XD-PSP subrack: 1 board per 24 VDSL/2 over ISDN
CTAB-C equipped LT board interfaces

NVSU-A BA • In FD Combo subrack: to the


NVSU-B BA right of the corresponding LT
• In FD splitter subrack: 1
splitter per equipped LT

VSUM-A In external MDF frame; 6 boards


VSUM-B per equipped LT board
VCTM-A

NVLT-C VSPB-A In XD-PSP subrack: 2 boards per 48 VDSL/2 over POTS


equipped LT board interfaces

NVSP-A • In FD Combo subrack: to the


NVSP-B right of the corresponding LT
• In FD splitter subrack: 1
splitter per equipped LT
VSPM-A In external MDF frame: 12 boards
VCTM-A per equipped LT board

NVLT-D VSUB-A In XD-PSP subrack: 2 boards per 48 VDSL/2 over ISDN


CTAB-C equipped LT board interfaces

NVSU-A • In FD Combo subrack: to the


NVSU-B right of the corresponding LT
• In FD splitter subrack: 1
splitter per equipped LT

VSUM-A In external MDF frame; 12 boards


VSUM-B per equipped LT board
VCTM-A

NELT-A - - Ethernet (FE) LT


board

NSLT-A CTAS-C - 24 SHDSL interfaces


CTAB-C

NVPS-A - - ISAM Voice Package


Server for NEP

NPOT-A - - 48 POTS interfaces

NBAT-A - - 24 port ISDN BA


interfaces

Fan AFAN-L - - Fan unit. Part of the


area subrack.

(2 of 2)

Notes
(1) The NCNC boards are shared between NT A and NT B.

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Dummy Front Panels


When MDF cabling is already foreseen for not-installed units, the MDF connectors
must be fixed on dummy front panels.
The following dummy front panels are available for 7302 FD subracks:
• 3FE 27338 ABAA: FD dummy plate with gasket

Powering
Power cables are directly connected to the power filters in the connector area. These
filters provide EMC shielding.

Fan Unit
One fan unit provides forced air cooling in the subrack.
The fan unit is a field replaceable unit in the subrack fan area, it plugs directly into
the backplane. There are two variants, one with optional dust filter and one without.
The fan unit of the subrack in the lowest rack position must always contain a dust
filter (see Rack Configuration).

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4.10 FD Splitter Subrack

The FD splitter subrack can be used together with the 7302 FD subrack (in LT
mode). The main characteristics of the FD splitter subrack are:
• The subrack can house up to 18 splitter boards, one per equipped LIM in the 7302
FD subrack. Each board is able to handle 48 lines.
• The subrack can be mounted in an ETSI rack frame.
The FD splitter subrack is supported from R3.4 on.

Mnemonic
The mnemonic is NFSS-A.

Dimensions
Figure 4-5 shows a front view.

Figure 4-19 View of FD Splitter Subrack

Table 4-6 gives the overall dimensions of the subrack.

Table 4-16 FD Splitter Subrack Density and Dimensions

Subrack Mnemonic Density/ DSL Lines Height Width Depth


Type
FD splitter NFSS-A Flexible Density/ 444 mm 485.9mm 277.5 mm
subrack 768 DSL lines

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Subrack Configurations
The Short_title_for_data_sheet subrack can be used in different configurations as
shown in Figure 4-20:
• Passive splitter boards:
up to 18 passive splitter boards can be equipped.
• Enhanced Coil Active Splitter (ECAS) splitter boards:
up to 18 active splitter boards can be equipped. The NPIO board must also be
installed to provide power to the splitter boards. The back panel distributes the
battery main power to the appliques.
• Passive splitter boards with MTA:
up to 16 passive splitter boards can be equipped. The NTAU board must be
installed to provide the MTA functionality and the NPIO board must be installed
to provide the power for the NTAU board.
• Active (ECAS) splitter boards with MTA application
up to 16 passive splitter boards can be equipped. The NTAU board must be
installed to provide the MTA functionality and the NPIO board must be installed
to provide the power for the NTAU board and the splitter boards.

Figure 4-20 FD Splitter Subrack Configurations


Configuration with passive FD splitter boards Configuration with ECAS FD splitter boards
Empty
SP17
SP18

SP16

SP17
SP18

SP16
NPIO
SP1

SP8

SP9

SP1

SP8

SP9

Configuration with passive FD splitter boards Configuration with ECAS FD splitter boards
with MTA with MTA
TAUS/SP17

TAUS/SP17
NPIO

SP18

SP16

SP16
NPIO

AP18
SP1

SP8

SP9

SP1

SP8

SP9

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Areas and Slot Positions


Figure 4-6 shows the slot positions and numbering of the FD splitter subrack.

Figure 4-21 Slot Positions in FD Splitter Subrack

TAUS/Slot 17
Slot 01
Slot 02
Slot 03
Slot 04
Slot 05
Slot 06
Slot 07
Slot 08

Slot 18
Slot 09
Slot 10
Slot 11
Slot 12
Slot 13
Slot 14
Slot 15
Slot 16
NPIO
The FD splitter subrack has one area:
• The Splitter (SP) area can house 405 mm (H) x 225 mm (D) plug-in units.

Board Types
The FD spliter subrack can accommodate up to 18 splitter boards, one per equipped
LIM in the 7302 FD subrack (Figure 4-6).

Redundancy
No redundancy support.

Metallic Test Access Support


Metallic Test Access (MTA) is supported if the FD splitter board is equipped with
the TAUS board.

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Overview Supported Units


Table 4-7 gives an overview of the supported plug-in units in the FD splitter subrack
for R3.4. Refer to Figure 4-6 for the slot positions.
For detailed information about units, refer to the UDS. Appendix A gives the used
mnemonics.

Table 4-17 Supported Units in FD Splitter Subrack - R3.4

Slot Board Type Description

Splitter slot NPSP-A 48 line passive POTS splitter. ADSL2+ compatible.


(01-18) NPSP-B

NPSU-A 48 line passive POTS/ISDN (2B1Q) splitter. ADSL2+ compatible.

NVSP-A 48 line passive ETSI option A POTS splitter for VDSL.


NVSP-B
NVSU-A 48 line universal POTS/ISDN (2B1Q) splitter for VDSL
NVSU-B

Dummy Front Panels


When MDF cabling is already foreseen for not-installed units, the MDF connectors
must be fixed on dummy front panels.
The following dummy front panels are available for FD splitter subracks:
• 3FE 27338 ABAA: FD dummy plate with gasket

Powering
If required, the FD splitter board can be powered through NPIO board.

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4.11 Weight of the Different Components

Rack Equipment
Table 4-18 gives an overview of the weight of the different subracks. TRUs and fan
unit.

Table 4-18 Overview of Rack Equipment

XD Rack Equipment Mnemonic Weight (kg)

Universal Top Rack Unit ATRU-S ATRU-S 5,5

Universal Top Rack Unit ATRU-S ATRU-S 5,5

Standard Top Rack Unit ATRU-T ATRU-T 4,3


Top Rack Unit ATRU-Q ATRU-Q 6,6

XD splitterless subrack (XD-LT) ALTS-T 20

XD splitter subrack with MTA (XD-SP) ASPS-A 16,1

XD splitter subrack without MTA (XD-PSP) ASPS-C 16,1

XD-Combo300 subrack ALTS-U 24

7302 FD LT/Combo subrack NFXS-A 18

FD splitter subrack NFSS-A 9.6

UD-Combo subrack ALTS-M TBA

UD-LT subrack ALTS-N TBA

Fan unit without dust filter AFAN-H 5


Fan unit with dust filter AFAN-H 5,2

Note 1 — The weights for the subracks are the weights of fully
equipped subracks.
Note 2 — For the dimensions of the different subracks. TRUs and fan
unit, refer to Table 4-1.

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Plug-in Units for XD subracks


Table 4-19 gives an overview of the size, weight and pitch of the different supported
plug-in units for XD subracks.

Table 4-19 Overview of Plug-in Units for XD subracks

Plug-in Unit Applied in Subrack Type

Mnemonic Size (mm) Weight Pitch

XD-Combo300
(kg) (mm)

UD-Combo
XD-PSP
XD-SP

UD-LT
XD-LT
AACU-C 420 x 220 0.65 20 X X X X

AFAN-H 494 x 285 x 50 4.5 N.A. X X X X

BALT-A 420 x 220 TBA 25 X

CTAB-C 540 x 175 0.65 25 X


CTAS-C 540 x 220 0.75 25 X

EALT-A 420 x 220 1.1 25 X X

EBLT-A 420 x 220 1.1 25 X X

EBLT-C 420 x 220 1.2 25 X X

EBLT-D 420 x 220 1.2 25 X

EBLT-E 420 x 220 1.1 25 X X

EBLT-F 420 x 220 1.2 25 X

EBLT-G 420 x 220 1.2 25 X

EBLT-J 420 x 220 1.1 25 X X

EBLT-K 420 x 220 1.1 25 X X


EBLT-L 420 x 220 1.1 25 X

EBLT-M 420 x 220 1.1 25 X X

ECNC-A 420 x 61 0.4 25 X X

ECNC-B 420 x 61 0.4 25 X X

ECNC-C 420 x 61 0.4 25 X

ECNT-A 420 x 220 1.3 30 X X


ECNT-C 420 x 220 1.3 30 X X X

EVLT-C 420 x 220 1.2 25 X X

EVLT-D 420 x 220 1.2 25 X X

IVPS-A 420 x 220 TBA 25 X

IVPS-B 420 x 220 TBA 25 X

POLT-A 420 x 220 TBA 25 X

PSPB-A 540 x 175 2.4 25 X

PSPB-B 540 x 175 2.4 25 X

(1 of 2)

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Plug-in Unit Applied in Subrack Type

Mnemonic Size (mm) Weight Pitch

XD-Combo300
(kg) (mm)

UD-Combo
XD-PSP
XD-SP

UD-LT
XD-LT
PSPC-R 300 x 200 2.4 25 X

PSPP-A 187.5 x 105 TBA 25 X


PSPS-A 540 x 220 2.4 25 X

PSPS-B 540 x 220 2.4 25 X

PSPS-C 540 x 220 2.4 25 X

PSPS-D 300 x 220 2.4 25 X

PSPS-E 300 x 220 2.4 25 X

PSUB-A 540 x 175 2.4 25 X


PSUB-B 540 x 175 2.4 25 X

PSUS-A 540 x 220 2.4 25 X

SMLT-J 420 x 220 1.2 25 X

SMLT-K 420 x 220 1.2 25 X


TAUS-A 540 x 220 2.4 25 X

VSPB-A 540 x 175 2.4 25 X

VSUB-A 540 x 175 2.4 25 X

(2 of 2)

Note
(1) The ISAM MAC address plug (SMAS) is located under the FAN unit and is not a field replaceable
unit.

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Plug-in Units for FD subracks


Table 4-20 gives an overview of the size, weight and pitch of the different supported
plug-in units for FD subracks.

Table 4-20 Overview of Plug-in Units for FD subracks

Mnemonic Size (mm) Weight (kg) Pitch (mm)

NALT-B 405 x 225/220 1.2 25

NALT-C 405 x 225/220 1.2 25


NALT-D 405 x 225/220 1.2 25

NANT-A 405 x 225/220 1.5 30

NBAT-A 405 x 225/220 2.4 25

NCNC-B 405 x 225/220 2.4 25

NCNC-D 405 x 225/220 2.4 25

NELT-A 405 x 225/220 1.2 25


NGFC-A 405 x 225/220 2.4 25

NPOT-A 405 x 225/220 2.4 25

NPSP-A 405 x 225/220 2.4 25

NPSP-B 405 x 225/220 2.4 25


NSLT-A 405 x 225/220 1.2 25

NVLT-A 405 x 225/220 1.2 25

NVLT-B 405 x 225/220 1.2 25

NVLT-C 405 x 225/220 1.2 25

NVLT-D 405 x 225/220 1.2 25

NVSP-A 405 x 225/220 2.4 25

NVSU-A 405 x 225/220 2.4 25

NVSU-B 405 x 225/220 2.4 25

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5.1 Rack Equipment for XD-LT, XD-SP and XD-PSP 5-2

5.2 Rack Equipment for XD-Combo300 and UD-Combo 5-6

5.3 Rack Equipment for 7302 FD 5-9

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5.1 Rack Equipment for XD-LT, XD-SP and XD-PSP

General
The rack equipment can be delivered as a preassembled rack or in separate kits.
This rack assembly is a SI rack cabinet, dimensions 2200 mm x 600 mm x 300 mm,
equipped with TRU, XD-LT subrack(s), XD-SP or XD-PSP subrack, accompanying
fan units and power and alarm cabling. Each rack configuration is ordered with a
specific FEMA code.
Different parts can also be delivered separately or in kits, the assembly is done on
site at the customer.

Rack Cabinet

Cabinet Types
The used cabinet type is SI based and provided with side holes for splitter(less)
cabling. Height is 2200 mm and footprint 600 mm x 300 mm.

Table 5-1 Cabinet Type used for XD Modular Equipment

Type Code Height Floorspace Drawing

SI 3FE 20145 ACAA 2200 mm 600 x 300 mm Figure 5-1

Figure 5-1 SI Cabinet for XD Modular Equipment

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Cabling Space
As shown in Figure 5-1, the XD modular cabinet provides the space required for
MDF cabling. Position and dimensions of side holes are adapted for routing cables
of all subracks in any configuration.
If required, the bottom plate can be removed as shown in Figure 5-2, to free bottom
holes that allow cable routing under raised floor.

Figure 5-2 Top and inside Bottom View


Top view

Bottom view inside cabinet

Floor plate mounted Floor plate removed


(cable routing via bottom holes)

Side Plates

For on-site installation, a kit has been created which contains a general side plate (for
SI rack 2200mm, both for left or right side mounting) as fixing material.
Table 5-2 specifies the kit components.

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Table 5-2 Kit with Side Plate for XD Modular Rack

Code Kit Name Description

3FE 20159 AAAA Side Plate Kit The kit contains:


• 2 x side plate (3FE 20160 AAAA)
• 20 x screw M4x6 (1AD 00315 0015)
• 20 x washer M4 (1AD 00091 0010)

The same kit is used for mounting a side plate left or right. Figure 5-3 shows right
side mounting.

Figure 5-3 Mounting Side Plate on XD Modular Rack

Refer to the XD Modular Hardware Installation Manual for the installation


procedure.

Rack Doors
One universal door (for SI rack 2200 mm) is available, variant code 3FE 20207
CAAA. The door opens to the left and can be closed by means of two door latches.

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Figure 5-4 XD Modular Rack with Right Side Door

The door latches can be replaced on site by key locks. A key lock kit can be ordered
separately (code 3FE 25800 AAAA). This kit contains all the necessary materials
and instructions to replace the standard latches by key locks.

Figure 5-5 Key Lock Kit

Refer to the XD Modular Hardware Installation Manual for installation procedure.

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5.2 Rack Equipment for XD-Combo300 and UD-Combo

General
The rack equipment can be delivered as a preassembled rack or in separate kits.
This rack assembly is a SI rack cabinet, dimensions 2200 mm x 600 mm x 300 mm,
equipped with TRU, XD-Combo300 or UD-Combo subracks, accompanying fan
units and power and alarm cabling. Each rack configuration is ordered with a specific
FEMA code.
Different parts can also be delivered separately or in kits, the assembly is done on
site at the customer.

Rack Cabinet

Cabinet Type
The used cabinet type is SI based and provided with side holes for splitter(less)
cabling. Height is 2200 mm and footprint 600 mm x 300 mm.

Table 5-3 Cabinet Types used for XD-Combo300 Equipment

Type Code Height (mm) Floorspace* (mm) Drawing

SI 3FE 20145 AAAA 2200 600 x 300 Figure 5-6

(*): Floorspace conform to ETSI 300 119-2.

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Figure 5-6 UD-SI Cabinet

Cabling Space
As shown in Figure 5-6, the UD-SI cabinet provides the space required for MDF
cabling. Position and dimensions of side holes are adapted for routing cables of all
subracks in any configuration.
If required, the bottom plate can be removed as shown in Figure 5-7, to free bottom
holes that allow cable routing under raised floor.

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Figure 5-7 Top and Inside Bottom View


Top view

Bottom view inside cabinet

Floor plate mounted Floor plate removed


(cable routing via bottom holes)

Doors
Table 5-4 gives an overview of the available door types.

Table 5-4 Door Types

Code Variant Height Open Open Lock Handle


2200 mm Left Right

3EC 17491 AAAA X X X


3EC 17491 ABAA X X X

3EC 17493 AAAA X X X

3EC 17493 ABAA X X X

3EC 20207 CAAA X X X

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5.3 Rack Equipment for 7302 FD

General
The rack equipment can be delivered as a preassembled rack or in separate kits.
This rack assembly is a SI rack cabinet, dimensions 2200 mm x 600 mm x 300 mm,
equipped with 7302 FD subrack and XD-SP or XD-PSPS subrack, accompanying
fan units and power and alarm cabling. Each rack configuration is ordered with a
specific FEMA code.
Different parts can also be delivered separately or in kits, the assembly is done on
site at the customer.

Rack Cabinet

Cabinet Types
The used cabinet type is SI based and provided with side holes for cabling. Height is
2200 mm and footprint 600 mm x 300 mm.

Table 5-5 Cabinet Type used for XD Modular Equipment

Type Code Height Floorspace Drawing

SI 3FE 20145 GAAA 2200 mm 600 x 300 mm Figure 5-8

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Figure 5-8 SI Cabinet for FD Equipment

Cabling Space
As shown in Figure 5-8, the FD cabinet provides the space required for MDF
cabling. Position and dimensions of side holes are adapted for routing cables of all
subracks in any configuration.
If required, the bottom plate can be removed as shown in Figure 5-9, to free bottom
holes that allow cable routing under raised floor.

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Figure 5-9 Top and inside Bottom View


Top view

Bottom view inside cabinet

Floor plate mounted Floor plate removed


(cable routing via bottom holes)

Side Plates

For on-site installation, a kit has been created which contains a general side plate (for
SI rack 2200mm, both for left or right side mounting) as fixing material.
Table 5-6 specifies the kit components.

Table 5-6 Kit with Side Plate for XD Modular Rack

Code Kit Name Description

3FE 20159 AAAA Side Plate Kit The kit contains:


• 2 x side plate (3FE 20160 AAAA)
• 20 x screw M4x6 (1AD 00315 0015)
• 20 x washer M4 (1AD 00091 0010)

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The same kit is used for mounting a side plate left or right. Figure 5-3 shows right
side mounting.

Figure 5-10 Mounting Side Plate on XD Modular Rack

Refer to the FD Hardware Installation Manual for the installation procedure.

Rack Doors
One universal door (for SI rack 2200 mm) is available, variant code 3FE 20207
CAAA. The door opens to the left and can be closed by means of two door latches.

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Figure 5-11 XD Modular Rack with Right Side Door

The door latches can be replaced on site by key locks. A key lock kit can be ordered
separately (code 3FE 25800 AAAA). This kit contains all the necessary materials
and instructions to replace the standard latches by key locks.

Figure 5-12 Key Lock Kit

Refer to the XD Modular Hardware Installation Manual for installation procedure.

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6.1 Introduction 6-2

6.2 Rack Configurations 6-2

6.3 XD Modular Rack Configurations 6-3

6.4 XD-Combo300 Rack Configurations 6-6

6.5 FD Rack Configurations 6-8

6.6 UD-Combo Rack Configurations 6-12

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6.1 Introduction

This chapter describes the possible rack configurations for the 7302 ISAM.

6.2 Rack Configurations

The following applies for rack configurations:


• An XD Modular rack contains only XD-LTs, XD-SP and/or XD-PSP subracks.
• A XD-Combo300 rack contains only XD-Combo300 subracks.
• An UD-Combo rack contains only UD-Combo subracks.

ISAM Location
The described ISAM configurations can be installed in various locations:
conventional CO, CEV or remote cabinets.

Note — The XD-Combo300 configuration can only be installed in a


CO location.

Subrack Type Identification


The subrack type is defined by four bits identifying the BackPlane TYPe (BP-TYP)
and four bits identifying the NT SLOT_ID (bits 4 to 1). This Physical Location
IDentification (PLID) and the NT SLOT_ID are hardcoded. Table 6-1 gives an
overview.

Table 6-1 BackPlane TYPe (BP-TYP) and SLOT_ID Setting

Backplane Type NT SLOT_ID PLID hardcoded in the Backplane


<4..1>
BP-TYP3 BP-TYP2 BP-TYP1 BP-TYP0

XD-LT ETSI 1111 1 0 0 1

XD-SP ETSI 1111 1 1 1 1

XD-Combo300 1110 0 0 0 0

UD-Combo 1111 1 0 1 0

Equipment Practice
The equipment practice applied is defined by Rack TYPe (R-TYP) identification
bits. This PLID setting is done with jumpers on the backplane and can be checked by
software. Table 6-2 gives an overview.

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Table 6-2 ETSI Equipment Practice or Rack TYPe (R-TYP) Setting on Backplane

ETSI Equipment Practice PLID Jumper Setting

Mnemonic Description Subrack Type R-TYP3 R-TYP2 R-TYP1 R-TYP0

LEEU Large ISAM ETSI: XD 0 1 1 0


CO-ISAM and R-ISAM

6.3 XD Modular Rack Configurations

General Configuration
An XD Modular rack contains:
• A 2200 mm rack cabinet
• A TRU providing:
• Termination of redundant 48 or 60 Vdc battery power provided from the Power
Distribution Frame (PDF) in the Central Office and power distribution to one or two
subracks and accompanying fan units (splitterless subrack only)
• Overcurrents protection for each of the subrack feeds (field replaceable, 25 A circuit
breakers)
• Termination of the alarm cable from each subrack
• A termination point for the CO/CEV alarm cable and the rack alarm cable
• An ADSL Top Rack Unit (ATRU) board with alarms displaying power alarm
conditions.
• Power cables for two subracks, even if the rack contains only one subrack (this is
to avoid difficulties when adding cables at rack upgrade)
• One or two XD-LT subracks or one XD-LT and one XD-SP or one XD-LT and one
XD-PSP, equipped with plug-in units (see “Subracks - Configurations”)
• An ADSL FAN (AFAN) unit (one per equipped subrack) with eight fans
providing equipment cooling and (optionally) equipped with a dustfilter(*).
• One ACU cable per equipped XD-LT subrack.

Note — (*): Only the subrack in the lower position is equipped with a
fan unit with dustfilter, the subrack in the upper position is equipped
with a fan unit without dustfilter (refer to Table 6-3).

Rack Configurations
Each ADSL Line Termination Rack (ALTR) configuration is defined by a FEMA
mnemonic and code. Table 6-3 and Table 6-4 give an overview of possible
configurations. Figure 6-1 shows the layout of the different configurations.

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Table 6-3 XD Modular Rack Configurations for ISAM (part 1)

Mnemonic ALTR-1LT-ISAM ALTR-2LT-ISAM


FEMA-Code 3FE 21684 ACAA 3FE 21684 BCAA

Cabinet 3FE 20145 ACAA

TRU ATRU-S ATRU-S


3FE 25619 AAAA 3FE 25619 AAAA

SR 1 ALTS-T ALTS-T
3FE 21473 BAAA 3FE 21473 BAAA

Fan1 AFAN-H AFAN-H


with dust filter 3EC 37533 AAAA
3EC 37533 ABAA

SR 2 -- ALTS-T
3FE 21473 BAAA

Fan 2 -- AFAN-H
with dust filter
3EC 37533 ABAA

Table 6-4 XD Modular Rack Configurations for ISAM (part2)

Mnemonic ALTR-1SP-1LT-ISAM ALTR-1PSP-1LT-ISAM ALTR-1PSP-1LT-ISAM


FEMA-Code 3FE 21684 CCAA 3FE 21684 DCAA 3FE 21684 DDAA

Cabinet

TRU ATRU-S ATRU-S ATRU-T


3FE 25619 BAAA 3FE 25619 BAAA 3FE 25909 AAAA

SR 1 ASPS-A ASPS-C ASPS-C


3FE 21591 AAAA 3FE 24594 AAAA 3FE 24594 AAAA
Mounting brackets 19” Mounting brackets 19” Mounting brackets 19”
required required required

Fan1 not applicable not applicable not applicable

SR 2 ALTS-T ALTS-T ALTS-T


3FE 21473 BAAA 3FE 21473 BAAA 3FE 21473 BAAA

Fan 2 AFAN-H AFAN-H AFAN-H


with dust filter with dust filter with dust filter
3EC 37533 ABAA 3EC 37533 ABAA 3EC 37533 ABAA

Weight Information
It is important to know if the floor can bear the weight of a specific rack
configuration. The weight of the different rack configurations is listed in Table 6-5.

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Table 6-5 XD Modular Rack Configuration Weights

Configuration Weight

1 LT subrack 125 kg

2 LT subracks 190 kg

1 SP-1 LT subracks 225 kg

1 PSP-1 LT subracks 225 kg

Figure 6-1 XD-Modular Rack Configurations


FEMA-ALTR-1LT-ISAM FEMA-ALTR-2LT-ISAM
3FE 21684 ACAA 3FE 21684 BCAA

** *

**

FEMA-ALTR-1SP-1LT-ISAM FEMA-ALTR-1PSP-1LT-ISAM FEMA-ALTR-1PSP-1LT-ISAM


3FE 21684 CCAA 3FE 21684 DCAA 3FE 21684 DDAA

** **

* = Fan unit without dustfilter **= Fan unit with dustfilter

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6.4 XD-Combo300 Rack Configurations

This section describes the rack configurations, both general and specific for the
XD-Combo300.

General Rack Configuration


An XD-Combo300 rack contains:
• A rack cabinet: 2200 mm high.
• A door opening/closing on the left or the right side with a handle or a lock.
• A TRU (on top in the rack) with:
• A power input block for connection of CO supply cables and distribution to one or
two subracks and accompanying fan units.
• Protection devices (depending from the type of powering):
- Circuit Breakers (CB) for rack or subrack powering
- Switches (SW) for subrack powering
- No protection devices for fixed subrack powering.
• An interface to CO/CEV alarm system.
• An alarm interface to equipment inside the rack.
• A LED display indicating rack alarm conditions.
• One or two subrack(s) depending on the rack height.
• One ACU, located in the upper subrack and performing rack alarm and control
functions. When this subrack is the first of the ISAM, the ACU also provides local
Craft Interface(*).
• One Fan unit per equipped subrack, for equipment cooling.
The fan unit is a separate unit inserted in the subrack.
The first subrack in an ISAM can contain an NT unit requiring a fan unit with
twice as much fans for cooling.
The fan unit in the lowest subrack is always equipped with a dust filter.

Note — (*): A rack with more than one NE has more than one ACU,
the first subrack of each NE has its own ACU.

Rack Configurations
Table 6-6 gives an overview of the possible rack configurations with XD-Combo300
subracks. Figure 6-2 shows the layout of the different configurations.

Table 6-6 XD-Combo300 Rack Configurations (FEMA Equipment)

FEMA-Code 3AM 19538 AAAA 3AM 19538 ABAA

Cabinet 3FE 20145 AAAA

TRU ISAM-V TRU ISAM-V TRU


3AM 19569 AAAA 3AM 19569 AAAA

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FEMA-Code 3AM 19538 AAAA 3AM 19538 ABAA

Powering Kits (optional) Kit mounted on ATRU-Q for Subrack Powering: 3FE 21645 ABAA
Kit mounted on ATRU-Q for Rack Powering: 3FE 21645 AAAA

SR 1 ALTS-U ALTS-U
3AM 19505 AAAA 3AM 19505 AAAA

Fan1 AFAN-H with dustfilter AFAN-H


3EC 37533 ABAA 3EC 37533 AAAA

SR 2 -- ALTS-U
3AM 19505 AAAA

Fan 2 -- AFAN-H with dustfilter


3EC 37533 ABAA

(2 of 2)

Weight Information
It is important to know if the floor can bear the weight of a specific rack
configuration. The weight of the different rack configurations is listed in Table 6-7.

Table 6-7 XD-Combo300 Rack Configuration Weights

Configuration Weight
1 XD-Combo300 subrack 125 kg

2 XD-Combo300 subracks 190 kg

Figure 6-2 Possible Rack Configurations with XD-Combo300 Subrack(s)

Subrack 1 Subrack 1

XDc300 XDc300
384 lines 384 lines

Subrack 2

XDc300
384 lines

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6.5 FD Rack Configurations

This section describes the rack configurations for the 7302 FD subrack and FD
splitter subrack.

General Rack Configuration


An 7302 FD LT/Combo rack contains:
• A rack cabinet: 2200 mm high or 1800 mm high.
• A door opening/closing on the left or the right side with a handle or a lock.
• One, two or three subrack(s) depending on the rack height.
• One Fan unit per equipped subrack, for equipment cooling.
The fan unit is a separate unit inserted in the subrack.

Rack Configurations
Table 6-8 gives an overview of all the possible rack configurations with FD subracks
only in 2200 mm racks. These configurations are shown in Figure 6-3.

Table 6-8 Rack Configurations with FD subracks only

FEMA-Code 3FE 27792 AAAL 3FE 27793 AAAL 3FE 27793 BAAL

Cabinet 3FE 20145 GA

SR 1 NFXS-A (3FE 26685 AAAB) NFXS-A (3FE 26685 AAAB) NFXS-A (3FE 26685
AAAB)
Fan1 AFAN-H (with dust filter) AFAN-H (with dust filter) AFAN-H (with dust filter)
(3EC 37533 NBAA) (3EC 37533 NBAA) (3EC 37533 NDAA)

SR 2 - NFXS-A (3FE 26685 AAAB) NFXS-A (3FE 26685


AAAB)

Fan 2 - AFAN-H (with dust filter) AFAN-H (with dust filter)


(3EC 37533 NBAA) (3EC 37533 NDAA)

Table 6-9 gives an overview of all the possible rack configurations with FD subracks
and splitter subracks in 2200 mm racks. These configurations are shown in
Figure 6-4.

Table 6-9 Rack Configurations with FD subracks and splitter subracks

FEMA-Code 3FE 27790 AAAL 3FE 27791 AAAL 3FE 29883 AAAL

Cabinet 3FE 20145 GA

SR 1 ASPS-C (3FE 24594 AAAA) ASPS-A (3FE 21591 BAAA) ASPS-A


Note: Mounting brackets 19” (3FE 21591 BBAA)
required Note: Mounting
brackets 19”
required
Fan1 not applicable not applicable not applicable

SR 2 NFXS-A (3FE 26685 AAAB) NFXS-A (3FE 26685 AAAB) NFXS-A (3FE 26685
AAAB)

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FEMA-Code 3FE 27790 AAAL 3FE 27791 AAAL 3FE 29883 AAAL

Fan 2 AFAN-H (with dust filter) AFAN-H (with dust filter) AFAN-H (with dust
(3EC 37533 NBAA) (3EC 37533 NBAA) filter)
(3EC 37533 NBAA)
SR 3 - - NFXS-A (3FE 26685
AAAB)

Fan 3 - - AFAN-H (with dust


filter)
(3EC 37533 NBAA)

FEMA-Code 3FE 29852 AAAL 3FE 29853 AAAL

Cabinet 3FE 20145 GA

SR 1 NFSS-A (3FE 29623 AAAA) NFSS-A (3FE 29623 AAAA)

Fan1 not applicable not applicable

SR 2 NFXS-A (3FE 26685 AAAB) NFXS-A (3FE 26685 AAAB)

Fan 2 AFAN-H (with dust filter) AFAN-H (with dust filter)


(3EC 37533 NBAA) (3EC 37533 NBAA)
SR 3 - NFXS-A (3FE 26685 AAAB)

Fan 3 - AFAN-H (with dust filter)


(3EC 37533 NBAA)

Table 6-10 gives an overview of all the possible rack configurations with FD
subracks in 1.8 m rack.

Table 6-10 Rack Configurations for 1.8 m racks

FEMA-Code 3FE 60138 AA 3FE 29852 ABAL

Cabinet 3FE 29537 AA(1)

SR 1 NFXS-A (3FE 26685 AAAB) NFSS-A (3FE 29623 AAAA)

Fan1 AFAN-H (with dust filter) not applicable


(3EC 37533 NDAA)

SR 2 NFXS-A (3FE 26685 AAAB) NFXS-A (3FE 26685 AAAB)


Fan 2 AFAN-H (with dust filter) AFAN-H (with dust filter)
(3EC 37533 NDAA) (3EC 37533 NDAA)

Note
(1) Cabinet is 1.8 m high

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Figure 6-3 Rack Configurations with FD subrack only


3FE 27793 AAAL
3FE 27792 AAAL 3FE 27793 BAAL

FD LT subrack

Advised torque 10 Nm(max torque 12 Nm)

for fixing lugs on power terminal bolts

FD LT subrack FD LT subrack

Advised torque 10 Nm(max torque 12 Nm)


Advised torque 10 Nm(max torque 12 Nm) for fixing lugs on power terminal bolts
for fixing lugs on power terminal bolts

Figure 6-4 Rack Configurations with FD subracks and splitter subracks


3FE 27790 AAAL 3FE 27791 AALA 3FE 29883 AAAL
3FE 29853 AAAL 3FE 29853 AAAL

Non-MTA splitter MTA splitter MTA splitter


subrack subrack subrack

FD splitter subrack

FD LT subrack
FD LT subrack
FD LT subrack FD LT subrack
FD splitter subrack

Advised torque 10 Nm(max torque 12 Nm)

for fixing lugs on power terminal bolts

Advised torque 10 Nm(max torque 12 Nm) Advised torque 10 Nm(max torque 12 Nm)
for fixing lugs on power terminal bolts for fixing lugs on power terminal bolts

FD LT subrack
FD LT subrack
FD LT subrack

Advised torque 10 Nm(max torque 12 Nm)

for fixing lugs on power terminal bolts

Weight Information
It is important to know if the floor can bear the weight of a specific rack
configuration. The weight of the different rack configurations is listed in Table 6-11.

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Table 6-11 FD Rack Configuration Weights

Configuration Weight

1 FD LT/Combo subrack 108 kg

2 FD LT/Combo subracks 156 kg

1 XD PSP - 1 FD LT subrack 208 kg

1 XD SP - 1 FD LT subrack 208 kg

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6.6 UD-Combo Rack Configurations

General Configuration
A UD-Combo rack contains:
• A 1800 or 2200 mm rack cabinet
• A TRU providing:
• Power input block for connection of CO supply cables and distribution to one or two
subracks and accompanying fan units
• Depending on the type of powering, Circuit Breakers (CB) for rack or subrack
powering, switches for subrack powering or no protection devices for fixed subrack
powering.
• Interface to CO/CEV alarm system
• Alarm interface to equipment inside the rack
• LED display indicating rack alarm conditions.
• Power cables for two subracks, even if the rack contains only one subrack (this is
to avoid difficulties when adding cables at rack upgrade)
• One or two subrack, depending on the rack height.
• One Alarm Control Unit (ACU), located in the upper subrack and performing
rack alarm and control functions. When this subrack is the first of the NE, the
ACU also provides local Craft Interface. Note: a rack with more than one
Network Element (NE) has more than one ACU, the first subrack of each NE has
its own ACU.
• An ADSL FAN (AFAN) unit (one per equipped subrack) with eight fans
providing equipment cooling and (optionally) equipped with a dust filter.
Note — Only the subrack in the lower position is equipped with a fan
unit with dust filter, the subrack in the upper position is equipped with
a fan unit without dust filter (refer to Table 6-3).

Rack Configurations
Each ADSL Line Termination Rack (ALTR) configuration is defined by a FEMA
mnemonic and code.
• Table 6-12 gives an overview of the possible UD-Combo 1800 mm rack
configurations.
• Table 6-13 gives an overview of the FEMA mnemonics and code for the possible
UD-Combo 2200 mm rack configurations.
• Table 6-14 gives an overview of the possible UD-Combo 2200 mm rack
configurations.

Figure 6-5 shows the layout of the different configurations.

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Table 6-12 UD-Combo 1800 mm Rack Configurations for ISAM

Mnemonic ALTR-1C
FEMA-Co 3EC 36579
de AAAA

Cabinet UT9 rack

TRU ATRU-M
3EC 17422 ACAA

SR 1 ALTS-M
3EC 17421 AAAA

Fan1 AFAN-H
with dust filter
3EC 37533 ABAA

SR 2 --

Fan 2 --

Table 6-13 Overview FEMA Mnemonics and Codes for 2200 mm UD-Combo Racks

Mnemonic FEMA Code Cabinet Material (2) Powering Method (3)

UT-9 SI SS ZnCr Rack SR dir.SR

ALTR-1C 3EC 36576 AxAA (1) ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓


ALTR-2C 3EC 36576 BxAA (1) ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓

ALTR-1CT 3EC 37704 AxAA (1) ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓

ALTR-2CT 3EC 37704 BxAA (1) ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓


ALTR-1CTA 3EC 37704 CxAA (1) ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓

ALTR-2CTA 3EC 37704 DxAA (1) ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓

Notes
(1) Rack cabinet type is defined by “x” in FEMA code: “A” for UT-9 and “B” for SI (Space Improved).
(2) Material of subrack and/or TRU: “SS” for Stainless Steel and “ZnCr” for Zinc-Chrome coated subrack
and top rack unit.
(3) Powering Method: “Rack” for Rack powering, “SR” for SubRack powering and “dir.SR” for direct
SubRack powering (also see HD&UD Installation Manual).

Table 6-14 UD-Combo 2200 mm Rack Configurations for ISAM

Mnemonic ALTR-1C ALTR-2C ALTR-1CT/ ALTR-2CT/


FEMA-Code 3EC 36576 AxAA 3EC 36576 BxAA ALTR-1CTA ALTR-2CTA
3EC 37704 AxAA/ 3EC 37704 BxAA/
3EC 37704 CxAA 3EC 37704 DxAA

Cabinet The “x” in the FEMA code indicates the cabinet type: “A” for UT-9 and “B” for SI.

TRU ATRU-M ATRU-M ATRU-N ATRU-N


3EC 17422 ABAA 3EC 17422 ABAA 3EC 17422 BBAA/ 3EC 17422 BBAA/
3EC 17422 CBAA 3EC 17422 CBAA

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Mnemonic ALTR-1C ALTR-2C ALTR-1CT/ ALTR-2CT/


FEMA-Code 3EC 36576 AxAA 3EC 36576 BxAA ALTR-1CTA ALTR-2CTA
3EC 37704 AxAA/ 3EC 37704 BxAA/
3EC 37704 CxAA 3EC 37704 DxAA

SR 1 ALTS-M ALTS-M ALTS-M ALTS-M


3EC 17421 AAAA 3EC 17421 AAAA 3EC 17421 AAAA 3EC 17421 AAAA

Fan1 AFAN-H AFAN-H AFAN-H AFAN-H


with dust filter 3EC 37533 AAAA with dust filter 3EC 37533 AAAA
3EC 37533 ABAA 3EC 37533 ABAA

SR 2 -- ALTS-M -- ALTS-M
3EC 17421 AAAA 3EC 17421 AAAA

Fan 2 -- AFAN-H -- AFAN-H


with dust filter with dust filter
3EC 37533 ABAA 3EC 37533 ABAA

(2 of 2)

Weight Information
It is important to know if the floor can bear the weight of a specific rack
configuration. The weight of the different rack configurations is listed in Table 6-15.

Table 6-15 UD-Combo Rack Configuration Weights

Configuration Weight

1 UD-Combo subrack TBA


2 UD-Combo subracks TBA

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Figure 6-5 UD-Combo Rack Configurations

Subrack 1 Subrack 1

Subrack 1
UD-Combo UD-Combo

UD-Combo

Subrack 2

UD-Combo

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7.1 Introduction 7-2

7.2 EMC Standards and Restrictions 7-2

7.3 Environmental Standards and Restrictions 7-3

7.4 Fiber Handling Restrictions 7-4

7.5 1+1 NT Redundancy Support 7-6

7.6 MTA and 1:N LT Redundancy Support 7-8

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7.1 Introduction

This section describes the standards and restrictions applicable to the current release
of the 7302 ISAM and lists the hardware support for some functional domains.

7.2 EMC Standards and Restrictions

Standards
The following ETSI EMC standards are applicable for ISAM-CO:
• ETSI EN 300 386 V1.3.2 (2000-03) / Electromagnetic compatibility and radio
spectrum matters (ERM); Telecommunication network equipment;
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) requirements Installation environment:
telecommunication centres
• EN 55022 (1998) / Information technology equipment – Radio disturbance
characteristics – Limits and methods of measurement Class A
• EN 61000-4-2 / Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 4-2: testing and
measurement techniques – Electrostatic discharge immunity test.
• EN 61000-4-3 / Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 4-2: testing and
measurement techniques – Radiated, radio-frequency, electromagnetic filed
immunity test.
• EN 61000-4-4 / Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 4-2: testing and
measurement techniques – Electrical fast transient/burst immunity test.
• EN 61000-4-5 / Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 4-2: testing and
measurement techniques – Surge immunity test.
• EN 61000-4-6 / Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 4-2: testing and
measurement techniques – Immunity to conducted disturbances, induced by
radio-frequency fields.

The following ETSI EMC standards are applicable for ISAM-R:


• ETSI EN 300 386 V1.3.2 (2000-03) / Electromagnetic compatibility and radio
spectrum matters (ERM); Telecommunication network equipment;
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) requirements Installation environment:
telecommunication centres
• EN 55022 (1998) / Information technology equipment – Radio disturbance
characteristics – Limits and methods of measurement Class A
• EN 61000-4-2 / Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 4-2: testing and
measurement techniques – Electrostatic discharge immunity test.
• EN 61000-4-3 / Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 4-2: testing and
measurement techniques – Radiated, radio-frequency, electromagnetic field
immunity test.
• EN 61000-4-4 / Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 4-2: testing and
measurement techniques – Electrical fast transient/burst immunity test.

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• EN 61000-4-5 / Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 4-2: testing and


measurement techniques – Surge immunity test.
• EN 61000-4-6 / Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 4-2: testing and
measurement techniques – Immunity to conducted disturbances, induced by
radio-frequency fields.
• GR-1089-CORE / Electromagnetic compatibility and electrical safety – Generic
criteria for network telecommunications equipment, Issue 3

7.3 Environmental Standards and Restrictions

Standards
The following ETSI environmental standards are applicable for ISAM ETSI:
• ETSI EN 300 019-1-1 Environmental Engineering (EE); Environmental
conditions and environmental tests for telecommunications equipment; Part 1-1:
Classification of environmental conditions; Storage
• ETSI EN 300 019-1-2 Environmental Engineering (EE); Environmental
conditions and environmental tests for telecommunications equipment; Part 1-2:
Classification of environmental conditions; Transportation
• For CO: ETSI EN 300 019-1-3 Environmental Engineering (EE); Environmental
conditions and environmental tests for telecommunications equipment; Part 1-3:
Classification of environmental conditions; Stationary use at weather protected
locations, Class 3.1 and Class 3.1 extended (-5°C till 45°C).
• For cabinets: EN 300 019-1-4 - V2.1.1 - Environmental Engineering (EE);
Environmental conditions and environmental tests for telecommunications
equipment; Part 1-4: Classification of environmental conditions; Stationary use
at non-weather protected locations: Class 4.1 and class 4.1 Extended (-45°C till
+45°C)

Storage
Class 1.1.

Transportation
Class 2.3.

Restrictions
On all hardware of the current release, no specific configuration restrictions need to
be applied.

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7.4 Fiber Handling Restrictions

Due to some fibre handling and routing issues, some limitation apply on the number
of fibres that can be supported by a given subrack type. Two types of fiber are
considered:
• Standard fibre: Ø 3 mm
• Thin fibre: Ø 1.3 mm
The following fiber handling restrictions apply:

Table 7-1 Fiber Handling Restrictions

Subrack Fiber Type NT Slots LT Slots


Type
LT 01

LT 02

LT 03

LT 04

LT 05

LT 06

LT 07

LT 08

LT 09

LT 10

LT 11

LT 12

1LT 3

LT 14

LT 15

LT 16
NT A

NT B

XD-LT Standard 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2
Thin 8 8

No LT boards are supported with optical interfaces, fiber handling does not pose any
practical restrictions for the LTs.
For fibers directly connected to the NTs (where each NT supports three Small Form
Pluggable (SFP) fiber interfaces), the following applies:
• SFPs with thin fibers (thin fibre cross-section = 1.3mm):
On the NT slots, a maximum of 16 thin fibers or 8 per NT can be wired. So no
restrictions to support the maximum of 2 NT x 3SFPS/NT x 2 fibers per SFP = 12
thin fibers
• SFPs with standard fibers (standard fibre cross-section = 3 mm):
The limit of 4 standard fibers that can be wired for the sum of the 2 NT slots gives
a restriction: that is, maximum 2 SFPs with standard fiber for the sum of 2 NTs.

Small Form Pluggables


The supported Small Form Pluggable (SFP) modules are listed in Table 7-2.

Table 7-2 Validated SFP Modules

Description Code Wave- Temp. Reach Fiber Direction Temp


length Range (km) hardened
(nm) (°C)

Gigabit Ethernet SFP Optical modules

GE-ZX 3FE 25776 AA 1550 -40..+85 80 SM Uni Y


GE-EX 3FE 25775 AA 1310 -40..+85 40 SM Uni Y

GE-LX 3FE 25774 AA 1310 -40..+85 10 SM Uni Y

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Description Code Wave- Temp. Reach Fiber Direction Temp


length Range (km) hardened
(nm) (°C)

GE-SX 3FE 25773 AA 850 -40..+85 0.550 MM Uni Y

Gigabit Ethernet BX SFP modules

GE-BX-U 3FE 25772 AA 1310 -40..+85 10 SM Bidi Y

GE-BX-D 3FE 25772 AB 1490 -40..+85 10 SM Bidi Y

GE-BX-U 3FE 28785 AA 1310 -40..+85 40 SM Bidi Y

GE-BX-D 3FE 28785 AB 1490 -40..+85 40 SM Bidi Y

CWDM SFP transceivers


GE-CWDM 3FE 25771 AA 1471 -40..+85 62 SM Uni Y

GE-CWDM 3FE 25771 AB 1491 -40..+85 62 SM Uni Y

GE-CWDM 3FE 25771 AC 1511 -40..+85 62 SM Uni Y

GE-CWDM 3FE 25771 AD 1531 -40..+85 62 SM Uni Y

GE-CWDM 3FE 25771 AE 1551 -40..+85 62 SM Uni Y

GE-CWDM 3FE 25771 AF 1571 -40..+85 62 SM Uni Y

GE-CWDM 3FE 25771 AG 1591 -40..+85 62 SM Uni Y


GE-CWDM 3FE 25771 AH 1611 -40..+85 62 SM Uni Y

GE-CWDM 3FE 25771 CA 1471 -40..+85 120 SM Uni Y

GE-CWDM 3FE 29549 CA 1491 -40..+85 120 SM Uni Y


GE-CWDM 3FE 29550 CA 1511 -40..+85 120 SM Uni Y

GE-CWDM 3FE 29551 CA 1531 -40..+85 120 SM Uni Y

GE-CWDM 3FE 29552 CA 1551 -40..+85 120 SM Uni Y


GE-CWDM 3FE 29553 CA 1571 -40..+85 120 SM Uni Y

GE-CWDM 3FE 29554 CA 1591 -40..+85 120 SM Uni Y

GE-CWDM 3FE 29555 CA 1611 -40..+85 120 SM Uni Y

Gigabit Ethernet SFP electrical modules

1000Base-T 3FE 28784 AA - 0..+85 0.100 Cat5 NA N

Fast Ethernet SFP optical modules

FE-MM 3FE 25777 AA 1300 -40..+85 0.550 MM Uni Y

FE-SM 3FE 25778 AA 1310 -40..+85 15 SM Uni Y

Fast Ethernet SFP optical modules with SGMII


100Base-FX 3FE 29625 DA 1310 -40..+85 10 SM Uni Y

Fast Ethernet SFP optical bidirectional modules

FE BX-10 3FE 29194 AA TX 1550 -40..+85 10 SM Bidi Y


RX 1310

FE BX-10 3FE 29195 AA TX 1310 -40..+85 10 SM Bidi Y


RX 1550

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7.5 1+1 NT Redundancy Support

The NT Redundancy feature is supported from R2.2 onwards.


Four levels of redundancy can be identified:
• Link redundancy
• Equipment redundancy
• Subscriber Line redundancy
• Application redundancy

NT redundancy will implement the Link Redundancy and Equipment Redundancy


in a decoupled architecture. This results in the following redundancy cases:
• Only link protection:
single NT, active-standby or load-sharing uplinks.
• Combined NT and link protection, no NTIO:
dual active/standby NT, with direct uplink or link set.
• Decoupled NT and link protection, single NTIO:
dual active/standby NT, NTIO board with link switches.
• NT protection, passive link protection, no NTIO:
single, active-standby or load sharing uplinks.
• Subtending System protection.
Table 7-3 shows which hardware modules are ready for NT 1+1 Redundancy
support.

Table 7-3 NT 1+1 Redundancy Support Ready Hardware Modules

Type Module Ready for NT1+1

Subrack XD-LT Y
XD-Combo300 Y

UD-Combo Y

FD LT/Combo Y

NT Boards ECNT-A Y

ECNT-C Y

NANT-A Y

NT I/O Boards ECNC-A Y

ECNC-B Y

ECNC-C Y

NCNC-B Y

NCNC-C Y

NCNC-D Y

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Type Module Ready for NT1+1

LT Boards EALT-A N

EBLT-A N

EBLT-C Y
EBLT-D Y

EBLT-E Y

EBLT-G Y

EBLT-J Y

EBLT-K Y

EVLT-A Y

EVLT-C Y

EVLT-E Y

IVPS-A Y
NALT-B Y

NALT-C Y

NALT-D Y

NELT-A Y

NVLT-A Y

NVLT-B Y

NVLT-C Y

NVLT-D Y

SMLT-J Y

SMLT-K Y
ACU Boards AACU-C Y

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7.6 MTA and 1:N LT Redundancy Support

This section describes which hardware modules are required to support the various
MTA functions and 1:N LT Redundancy.
The current release of the 7302 ISAM does not support 1:N LT redundancy. The
remainder of this section will therefore focus on MTA.
The 7302 ISAM system provides an integrated Metallic Test Access Unit (MTAU)
function. Both limited test-access (no test and split access) and Full test-access (no
test, loopback, monitor and split access) are supported in the current release of the
7302 ISAM.
The following modules are required to implement the MTA function:
• NT I/O board: to provide the (hardened) interface for communication between the
NT and the Test I/O applique in the splitter subrack (TAUS unit). The following
NT I/O boards support this functionality:
• ECNC-A
• ECNC-B
• ECNC-C
• NCNC-B
• NCNC-D
• Test I/O applique (TAUS) in the splitter subrack: to provide the interface to the
test head and manage the Relay Controllers on the LT appliques. The following
Test I/O board types support this functionality: TAUS-A.
• The Test/Spare bus to provide (test or protection) access to a selected line.
This spare bus is implemented on the backpanel of the XD-SP subrack.
• LT appliques in the splitter subrack, that contain the relays to set up the proper
data paths.

Table 7-4 shows for all supported LT appliques in how far MTA (SW and HW
functionality) and 1:N redundancy (HW functionality only) is supported.
Splitters supporting only outward test-access are equipped with only 1 relay per line,
while splitters supporting both inward and outward test-access have 2 relays per line.

Table 7-4 MTA/1:N Redundancy Support for LT Appliques

Application Splitter Type Split Access Monitor 1:N


Access Redundancy
Inward Test Undisturbed
Access Outward
Test Access

POTS MII PSPS-A AA X X

PSPS-A AF X X X
POTS ETSI PSPS-B AA X X

POTS BT PSPS-C AA X X X

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Application Splitter Type Split Access Monitor 1:N


Access Redundancy
Inward Test Undisturbed
Access Outward
Test Access

ISDN ETSI PSUS-A AA X X

POTS MII NPSP-A AF X

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Note — In case of the XD-Combo 300 subrack, the subrack is HW


ready to support MTA and 1:N redundancy by integrating SPI
interface per slot between the LT and applique areas, and the test /
spare bus.

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A.1 Mnemonics A-2

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A.1 Mnemonics
Table A-1 gives the used mnemonics with description. Note that this list is not
exhaustive and can also contain mnemonics of units provisionally “mnemonic
supported”.

Table A-1 Mnemonics

Mnemonic Description

AACU-C ADSL Alarm Control Unit - version C

AFAN-H ADSL Fan unit - version H

ALTR-E ADSL Line Termination Rack - version E

ALTS-T ADSL Line Termination Subrack - version T

ALTS-M ADSL Line Termination Subrack - version M

ALTS-U ADSL Line Termination Subrack - version U


ASPS-A ADSL SPlitter Subrack- version A (768 lines)

ASPS-C ADSL SPlitter Subrack- version C (768 lines)

ATRU-Q ADSL Top Rack Unit - version Q (zone/subrack/rack powering via CB/SW)

ATRU-S ADSL Top Rack Unit - version S (zone/subrack/rack powering via CB/SW)

ATRU-T ADSL Top Rack Unit - version Q (standard TRU, rack powering only)

BALT-A 24 ISDN Basic Rate Access Line Termination Unit - version A

CTAB-C SHDSL Cut-through Applique - version C


CTAP-B ADSL Cut-through Applique - version B

CTAS-C SHDSL Cut-through Applique - version C

CTCP-A Cut-through Applique for XD-Combo300 - version A


EALT-A ESAM ADSL Line Termination board - version A

EBLT-A/C/D/E/F ESAM ADSL2+ (Bis) Line Termination board - version A/C/D/E/F

EBLT-G/J/K/L/M ESAM ADSL2+ (Bis) Line Termination board - version G/J/K/L/M


ECNC-A/B/C ESAM FE/GE Network Termination I/O Applique - version A/B/C

ECNT-A/B/C ESAM Combined Network Termination board - version A/B/C

EVLT-C/D ESAM VDSL Line Termination board - version C/D

IVPS-A ISAM Voice Packet Server - version A

IVPS-B ISAM Voice Packet Server - version B

NALT-B/C ADSL Line Termination Unit (POTS) for FD subrack - version B/C

NALT-D ADSL Line Termination Unit (ISDN) for FD subrack - version D

NANT-A Combined NT Unit for FD subrack - version A

NBAT-A FD ISDN Basic Rate Access Line Termination Unit - version B


NCNC-B/D FD FE/GE Network Termination I/O Applique - version B/D

NELT-A FD Ethernet Line Termination Unit - version A

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NFXS-A FD FleXible Shelf - version A

NFXS-B FD FleXible Shelf - version B

NGFC-A FD General Facilities Board - version A


NPOT-A FD POTS Only Line Termination Unit - version A

NPSP-A MII Passive POTS Splitter without MTA for FD subrack - version A

NPSP-B ETSI Passive 48 port POTS splitter for FD - version B

NPSU-A ETSI 48 port POTS/ISDN splitter for FD- version A

NSLT-A FD SHDSL Line Termination - version A

NVLT-A FD VDSL Line Termination - version A (POTS)

NVLT-B FD VDSL Line Termination - version B (ISDN)

NVLT-C 48 ports VDSL2 POTS Line Termination Board - version C

NVLT-D 48 ports VDSL2 ISDN Line Termination Board - version D


NVPS-A FD Voice Package Server - version A

NVSP-A/B ETSI Passive 48 port POTS splitter for FD - version A/B

NVSU-A/B ETSI 48 port POTS/ISDN splitter for FD - version A/B

POLT-A Pots Only Line Termination board - version A

PSPB-A Standard Splitter (for XD splitter subrack without MTA) - version A (ETSI TS 101
952-1-1)

PSPB-B Standard Splitter (for XD splitter subrack without MTA) - version B (ETSI TS 101
952-1-1 option B and BT)

PSPC-R/S Passive Splitter-Central office for POTS - version R/S

PSPF-B 48-port ETSI Option B Passive POTS Splitter for XD-Combo300

PSPP-A Mini Passive POTS Splitter - version A

PSPS-A 48 Port Passive POTS Splitter - version A (MII)

PSPS-B 48 Port Passive POTS Splitter - version B (ETSI)

PSPS-C 48 Port Passive POTS Splitter - version C (BT)

PSPS-D 48 Port Passive POTS Splitter - version D (double slot, BT)


PSPS-E 48 Port Passive POTS Splitter - version E (double slot, BT)

PSUB-A Passive Splitter - Universal POTS/ISDN (for XD splitter subrack without MTA),
version A (TBR21 & DE POTS impedance; 2B1Q ISDN)

PSUB-B Passive Splitter - Universal POTS/ISDN (for XD splitter subrack without MTA),
version B (TBR21 & DE POTS impedance; 4B3T ISDN)

PSUS-A 48 Port Passive POTS/ISDN Splitter - version A (48 lines, 2B1Q ISDN)

SMAS-A Shelf Remote Inventory PROM - version A

SMLT-J/K SHDSL Line Termination Unit - version J/K

TAUS-A Test Acces Unit - version A

VSPB-A 24 Port VDSL Passive POTS Splitter - version A (24 lines, ETSI-A)

VSUB-A 24 Port VDSL Passive ISDN Splitter - version A (24 lines, 2B1Q ISDN)

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10/100Base-T 10- to 100-Mb/s LAN


An IEEE standard for 10/100 Mb/s twisted-pair Ethernet wiring.
10Base-T An IEEE 802.3 LAN transmission standard for Ethernet. 10Base-T carries
data at 10 Mb/s to a maximum distance of 328 ft (100 m) over unshielded
twisted-pair wire.
100Base-FX An IEEE 802.3 LAN transmission standard for 100 Mb/s Fast Ethernet using
Long Wavelength (LX) laser transmitters over MMF for distances up to 1.25
mi (2 km). The 7302 ISAM and 7330 ISAM FTTN support an SMF
implementation of 100Base-FX for distances up to 9.3 mi (15 km).
100Base-TX An IEEE 802.3 LAN transmission standard for Fast Ethernet. 100Base-TX
carries data at 100 Mb/s over two pairs of shielded twisted-pair or
Category 5 unshielded twisted-pair wire.
1000Base-BX10 An IEEE 802.3 LAN transmission standard for bidirectional point-to-point
1000 Mb/s Gigabit Ethernet over SMF for distances of up to 6.2 mi (10 km).
Always used in pairs, wavelength division multiplexing is performed in the
SFP module to split the optical signal into two light paths. The
1000Base-BX10-D (downstream) SFP module transmits a 1490 nm signal
and receives a 1310 nm signal. The 1000Base-BX10-U (upstream) SFP
module transmits a 1310 nm signal and receives a 1490 nm signal.
1000Base-EX A nonstandard implementation of the 1000Base-LX transmission standard
with an extended reach up to 24.9 mi (40 km).
1000Base-LX An IEEE 802.3 LAN transmission standard for 1000 Mb/s Gigabit Ethernet
using Long Wavelength (LX) laser transmitters over fiber optic cable for
distances up to 6.2 mi (10 km).
1000Base-SX An IEEE 802.3 LAN transmission standard for 1000 Mb/s Gigabit Ethernet
using Short Wavelength (SX) laser transmitters over fiber optic cable.

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1000Base-ZX A nonstandard implementation of the 1000Base-LX transmission standard


operating at 1550 nm for distances up to 49.7 mi (80 km).
23 inch preconfigured A 23 inch, 7 foot equipment rack with one or two ARAM-D shelves
rack preinstalled. The rack can be extended to 9 ft or 11.5 ft in height.
3DES Triple DES
A mode of the DES encryption algorithm that encrypts data three times
instead of once. Three 64-bit keys are used for an overall key length of 192
bits; the first encryption is encrypted with a second key, and the resulting
cipher text is encrypted with a third key.
5523 AWS The Alcatel-Lucent 5523 ADSL WorkStation
5526 AMS The Alcatel-Lucent 5526 Access Management System
A UNIX-based, client-server architecture controller for 7330 ISAM FTTN
systems.
7300 ASAM The Alcatel-Lucent 7300 Advanced Services Access Manager
A DSLAM that delivers ATM-based services and provides an OC3c
interface to the network side and ATM multiplexing and LT interfaces to the
customer side. The ASAM also provides an OC3c interface to remote
multiplexing equipment.
7302 ISAM The Alcatel-Lucent 7302 Intelligent Services Access Manager
A DSLAM that operates in a packet aggregation network. The 7302 ISAM
enables deployment of triple-play services, such as video on demand,
high-definition TV, and broadcast TV services for all subscribers
simultaneously.
7330 ISAM FTTN The Alcatel-Lucent 7330 Intelligent Services Access Manager Fiber to the
Node
A standalone DSLAM designed for the ease and rapid deployment of
high-bandwidth IP services between high-bandwidth, optical fiber-based
transmission media, and copper-based xDSL subscribers.
AAL ATM Adaptation Layer
A protocol used by ATM to segment and reassemble data for insertion into
an ATM cell; also performs error checking and correction.
AAL1 ATM Adaptation Layer 1
Type 1 class of AAL service supporting constant bit rate, and
time-dependent traffic such as voice and video.
AAL2 ATM Adaptation Layer 2
Type 2 class of AAL service characterized by voice and video transfer.
AAL5 ATM Adaptation Layer 5
Type 5 class of AAL service characterized by high-speed data transfer.

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ACL Access Control List


ACO Alarm Cut Off
A switch on the PWIO-B card that allows the audible alarms to be
extinguished without affecting the visual alarms. The audible alarms can be
toggled as enabled or disabled.
ACU Alarm Control Unit
A plug-in unit or built-in subsystem that collects shelf alarms and provides
an alarm interface to the CO alarm system.
ADSL Asymmetric DSL
A variant of DSL with asymmetric upstream and downstream data rates.
ADSL provides more bandwidth for downstream traffic (server to client)
than for upstream (client to server). There are several types of ADSL
including ADSL, ADSL2, READSL. All these types are collectively
referred to as multi-ADSL.
AES Advanced Encryption Standard
A symmetric 128-bit block data encryption algorithm.
AIS Alarm Indication Signal
ALP-248C cabinet An Alcatel-Lucent Low Profile dual 48-inch remote terminal cabinet
ALP-248E cabinet An Alcatel-Lucent Low Profile dual 48-inch remote terminal cabinet
AMP Champ A common name for a 25-pair connector used on the 7330 ISAM FTTN to
connect POTS CO lines and subscriber drop lines.
AMSL Above Mean Sea Level
ANCP Access Node Control Protocol
ANSI American National Standards Institute
A nonprofit, nongovernmental body supported by over 1000 trade
organizations, professional societies, and companies; ANSI was established
for the creation of voluntary industry standards.
APS Automatic Protection Switching
The capability of a transmission system to detect a failure on a working
facility and switch to a protection facility to recover the traffic, thus
increasing overall system reliability.
ARAM-D ADSL Remote Access Multiplexer, version D
ARP Address Resolution Protocol
A protocol within TCP/IP that maps IP addresses to Ethernet MAC
addresses. TCP/IP requires ARP for use with Ethernet.

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ASCII American Standard Code for Information Interchange


A coding method used to convert letters, numbers, punctuation, and control
codes into digital form.
ASEM-B A 48-port multi-ADSL and POTS splitter remote expansion unit for the
ARAM-D shelf. The ASEM-B features a flood resistant, environmentally
hardened enclosure that is compliant with GR-950-CORE.
ASP Access Service Provider
ATI Alarms, Test Access, and Interfaces
ATM Asynchronous Transfer Mode
A multiplexed information transfer method in which the information is
organized into fixed-length cells of 53 bytes and transmitted according to the
needs of each user.
ATP Aggregate Transmit Power
AWG American Wire Gauge
A standard measuring gauge for non-ferrous conductors.
BAC Buffer Acceptance Control
BE Best Effort
BER Bit Error Rate
A measure of transmission quality expressed as the percentage of received
bits in error compared to the total number of bits received.
BITS Building Integrated Timing Source
A clock that supplies DS1 (1.554 Mb/s) or composite clock timing reference
to all other clocks in a building.
blowfish A freely available symmetric block cipher designed as a drop-in replacement
for DES or IDEA. Blowfish allows variable-length keys of up to 448 bits.
BNC Bayonet Neil-Concelman
A locking connector for slim coaxial cables, such as those used for Ethernet.
BNG Broadband Network Gateway
BOOTP Bootstrap Protocol
A member of the IP family of protocols that allows a diskless client machine
to learn, among other information, its IP address. BOOTP starts a networked
machine by reading boot information from a server. BOOTP is commonly
used for desktop workstations and LAN hubs.
BRAS Broadband Remote Access Server

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BRI Basic Rate Interface


An ISDN interface consisting of two 64 kb/s B-channels and one 16 kb/s
D-channel for a total of 144 kb/s.
CAC Connection Admission Control
An algorithm that evaluates whether or not a new connection can be added
to the node.
CAC examines QoS objectives defined by the PVC service category, as well
as its configured traffic descriptor and traffic rates. CAC determines whether
the system can satisfy these criteria for the PVC and whether the PVC will
affect the guaranteed QoS that existing PVCs already have on the node.
CBR Constant Bit Rate
CCSA Checkpoint Certified Security Administrator
or
China Communications Standards Association
CDE Customer Dependant Engineering
The CDE file on a card contains country-specific information.
CEV Controlled Environmental Vault
A temperature- and humidity-controlled underground vault that houses the
7330 ISAM FTTN system at a remote location.
CFM Cubic Feet per Minute
CHAP Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol
A PPP authentication method for identifying a dial-in user. The user is given
an unpredictable number and challenged to respond with an encrypted
version. CHAP does not itself prevent unauthorized access; it only identifies
the remote end.
CL Controlled Load
CLEI Common Language Equipment Identifier
A 10-character code used to identify telecommunications equipment. The
10-character structure, outlined in the Telcordia specification, specifies the
basic product type, features, source document, and associated drawings and
versions. A CLEI code is unique to a specific piece of equipment.
CLI Command Line Interface
A workstation access method interface that uses CLI commands to
communicate to any network element in the 7330 ISAM FTTN network.
CMOS Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor
CMP Communications Plenum Cable

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CO Central Office
A telephone switching center that connects subscribers within a telephone
network.
CODEC Coder decoder
COLO Collocation
CPCS Common Part Convergence Sublayer
The portion of the convergence sublayer of an AAL that remains the same
regardless of traffic.
CPE Customer Premises Equipment
Customer-owned telecommunications equipment at customer premises used
to terminate or process information from the public network.
CPE-MM CPE Management Machine
CPR Continuing Property Record
A six-character code that can be used to classify equipment items into
various property types.
CPRs also provide property record unit identification that allows network
service providers to create asset records for the purpose of equipment
engineering, ordering, invoice processing, asset management, and auditing.
CPU Central Processing Unit
The part of a computer that performs the logic computational and
decision-making functions.
CSMA/CD Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Detection
A data communications mode in a shared medium in which access
contention problems are solved by denying access to one of the contenders.
CT Craft Terminal
A workstation that has element management system software installed on it.
C-VLAN Customer VLAN
CWDM Coarse Wavelength Division Multiplexing
DA Destination Address
DB-9 A 9-pin D-shell connector used for the craft port on the 7330 ISAM FTTN.
DES Data Encryption Standard
An ANSI symmetric-key encryption method that uses a 56-bit key and the
block cipher method, which breaks text into 64-bit blocks and then encrypts
them. DES was standardized by ANSI in 1981 as ANSI X.3.92.
DES-56 See DES.

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DHCP Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol


A client/server service that is an extension of the BOOTP protocol. DHCP
simplifies the configuration of a client workstation since no IP addresses,
subnet masks, default gateways, domain names, or DNSs must be
programmed. With DHCP, this information is dynamically leased from the
DHCP server for a predefined amount of time. Because the information is
stored on a server, it centralizes IP address management, reduces the number
of IP addresses to be used, and simplifies maintenance. RFC 2131 defines
DHCP.
DLC Data Link Connection
A frame relay connection.
or
Digital Loop Carrier
DLP Detailed Level Procedure
DMT Discrete Multitone
DNS Domain Name Server
DSCP Differentiated Services Code Point
A six-bit value encoded in the type-of-service field of an IP packet header.
It identifies the CoS that the packet should receive.
DSL Digital Subscriber Line
A modem technology that enables high-speed data transmission between
two modems, one at a service provider location and one at the subscriber
premises, over a single twisted-pair copper telephone wire.
DSLAM Digital Subscriber Line Access Multiplexer
A network device that converts xDSL signals into ATM traffic. For a service
management application, if the service user is connected to the ATM
network through a DSLAM port, the network access is provisioned using a
DSLAM attachment type.
DSP Digital Service Provider
EAR Ethernet Access Router
EAPOL Extensible Authentication Protocol Over LAN
ECI Equipment Catalog Item
A six-digit numeric code that translates into the bar code on the bar code
label. ECI codes are also used as internal processing codes.
ECMP Equal Cost Multi-Path routing

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EFM Ethernet in the First Mile


A set of copper and fiber-based access technologies that are based entirely
on Ethernet packet transport.
eHCL Electrical High Capacity Link
EIA Electronic Industries Association
A group that specifies electrical transmission standards. The EIA and TIA
have developed numerous well-known communications standards,
including EIA/TIA-232 and EIA/TIA-449.
EMAN Ethernet Metropolitan Area Network
EMC Electromagnetic Compatibility
EMI Electromagnetic Immunity
EMS Element Management System
A system that manages the components of a network.
EOC Embedded Operations Channel
EPS Equipment Protection Switching
The capability of physical equipment to detect a failure on a working facility
and switch to a protection facility to recover the traffic, thus increasing
overall system reliability.
ES Expansion Shelf
An expansion shelf using the same shelf as the 7330 ISAM FTTN host shelf
(ARAM-D shelf), but with some different units installed to provide
additional subscriber line connections for the host shelf.
ESD Electrostatic Discharge
Ethernet A data link layer protocol for interconnecting computer equipment into
CSMA/CD LANs, jointly developed by Xerox, Digital Equipment
Corporation, and Intel. This standard forms the basis for IEEE 802.3.
The Ethernet protocol specifies how data is placed on, and retrieved from, a
common transmission medium. It is used as the underlying transport vehicle
by several upper-level protocols, including TCP/IP and UDP/IP.
ETR Extended Temperature Range
ETSI European Telecommunications Standards Institute
The European counterpart to ANSI. Established to produce
telecommunication standards integration in the European community for
users, manufacturers, suppliers, and Post Telephone and Telegraph
administration.

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FDM Frequency Division Multiplexing


A form of multiplexing in which several independent signals are allocated
separate frequency bands for transmission over a common channel.
FE Fast Ethernet
FEMF Foreign Electro-Motive Force
FENT Fast Ethernet Network Termination
FEXT Far-end XTalk (crosstalk)
FIB Forwarding Information Base
An internal table containing only the IP routes actually used by a router to
forward IP traffic.
FIFO First In, First Out
FPGA Field Programmable Gate Array
An integrated chip with functions that can be programmed by software.
FTP File Transfer Protocol
FTTN Fiber to the node
See 7330 ISAM FTTN.
GE Gigabit Ethernet
Ethernet interface running at 1000 Mb/s.
GFC General Facilities Card
See PWIO-B.
GUI Graphical User Interface
A user screen that includes menus, tables, or icons to query or change data;
usually distinguished from the command line interface.
HSI High Speed Internet
IACM Intelligent Access Termination, Control and Management
iBridge Intelligent Bridging mode, also known as residential bridging mode
ICS Item Change Status
A code that identifies the change status of an Alcatel-Lucent unit or
component.
IDEA International Data Encryption Algorithm
A symmetric-key encryption method that uses a 128-bit key and the block
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IEEE Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers


A worldwide engineering publishing and standards-making body. It is the
organization responsible for defining many of the standards used in the
computer, electrical, and electronics industries.
IETF Internet Engineering Task Force
An organization that provides the coordination of standards and
specification development for TCP/IP networking.
IGFET Insulated Gate Field Effect Transistor
IGMP Internet Group Management Protocol
A protocol used between hosts and multicast routers on a single physical
network to establish hosts’ membership in particular multicast groups.
Version 2 of IGMP is described in RFC 2236.
IGS IGMP System on the SHub
IMA Inverse Multiplexing for ATM
INP Impulse Noise Protection
The ability to protect equipment from excessive noise and vibrations, which
cause signal degradation over xDSL lines.
IP Internet Protocol
A connectionless packet-switching protocol that works together with TCP.
IP@ Internet Protocol Address
IPCP IP Control Protocol
A protocol that configures, enables, and disables the IP protocol modules on
both ends of a point-to-point link. IPCP is tied to PPP, and activated when
PPP reaches the network layer-to-protocol phase. If IPCP packets are
received prior to this phase, they are discarded.
IPoA Internet Protocol over ATM
IPoE Internet Protocol over Ethernet
IPTV IP Video/Television
The delivery of video services over an end-to-end IP infrastructure. IPTV
can include various classes of video services including video on demand,
broadcast TV, video conferencing, and mobile video.
ISAM Intelligent Services Access Manager
See 7302 ISAM or 7330 ISAM FTTN.
ISDN Integrated Services Digital Network
ISP Internet Service Provider

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ITSC Integrated Test and Sealing Current


A feature that includes narrowband line testing functionality as well as
sealing current for subscriber lines connected to the ARAM-D shelf.
ITU International Telecommunications Union
A standards organization that develops international telecommunications
recommendations.
IXL Index List
JFET Junction Field Effect Transistor
L2 Layer 2
L3 Layer 3
LACP Link Aggregation Control Protocol
An IEEE specification (802.3ad) that allows you to bundle several physical
ports together to form a single logical channel.
LAN Local Area Network
A type of network that sends and receives communications over a small area,
such as within an office or group of buildings.
LANX 7330 ISAM FTTN Network Termination card Ethernet switch (also known
as SHub)
LC Lucent Connector
A small optical fiber connector.
LCP Link Control Protocol
A protocol that LCP establishes, configures, and tests data-link connections
for use by PPP.
LED Light Emitting Diode
A semiconductor diode that emits light when a current is passed through it.
LIM Line Interface Module
The EALT-A, EBLT-A, and EBLT-J cards are L2-based LIMs. The
EBLT-C, EBLT-D, EVLT-A, EVLT-C, EVLT-D, and EVLT-E cards are
L3-based LIMs.
LMI Line Management Interface
LOS Loss of Signal
A condition at the receiver or a maintenance signal transmitted in the
physical overhead, indicating that the receiving equipment has lost the
received signal.

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LPF Low-pass Filter


A single transmission band extending from zero frequency up to a specified
cutoff frequency, not infinite.
LP slot A slot in the 7330 ISAM FTTN shelf where an applique is installed.
LSA Link State Advertisement
A message of the OSPF routing protocol that informs about network
topology changes.
LSDB Link State Database
A database used to compute network routes after each change of topology
that has been reported by the routing protocol.
LSM Line Server Module
A generic term including xDSL line interface modules and any other server
application-specific module.
LT Line Termination
MAC Media Access Control
The IEEE sublayer in a LAN that controls access to the shared medium by
LAN attached devices.
MAIP Maintenance Access Interface Port
or
Multipurpose Alarm Interface Panel
A panel, located in the electronics compartment of a 52-type cabinet that
provides fused dc power to the 7330 ISAM FTTN shelf and cabinet fans, as
well as cabinet and power alarm outputs.
MAU Media Attachment Unit
MD5 Message Digest algorithm 5
A security algorithm that takes an input message of arbitrary length and
produces as an output a 128-bit message digest of the input. MD5 is intended
for digital signature applications, where a large file must be compressed
securely before being encrypted.
MDF Main Distribution Frame
MDI Medium-Dependent Interface
A type of Ethernet port for use with twisted-pair wiring.

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MDIX Medium-Dependent Interface Crossover


The crossover version of MDI that enables the connection of like devices
using straight-through twisted-pair for MDI port-to-MDIX port connections,
and crossover twisted-pair for MDI-to-MDI or MDIX-to-MDIX
connections.
Megaco Media Gateway Controller
MIB Management Information Base
MMF Multimode Fiber
An optical fiber with a core diameter of 50 to 100 μm most commonly used
in short distance LANs. The larger core diameter allows broader light
sources such as LEDs. Modal dispersion is a problem over longer distances.
MOS Metal Oxide Semiconductor
M-pair Multi-pair
MSTP Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol
An extension of RSTP that allows different spanning trees to co-exist on the
same Ethernet switched network.
MTA Metallic Test Access
MTAU Metallic Test Access Unit
MTBF Mean Time Between Failures
Multi-ADSL A general term that refers to more than one type of ADSL (for example,
ADSL, ADSL2, and READSL).
NACP Network Access Control Protocol
NAT Network Address Translation
NE Network Element
NEBS Network Equipment Building Standards
Performance, quality, environmental, and safety standards set by Telcordia
for telecommunications equipment.
NFS Network File System
A distributed file system protocol suite developed by Sun Microsystems that
allows remote file access across a network. NFS is one protocol in the suite.
The protocol suite includes NFS, RPC, and XDR. These protocols are part
of a larger architecture that Sun refers to as ONC.
NSA Non-Service Affecting
NSP Network Service Provider

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NT Network Termination
A plug-in unit that provides a link to a broadband network, such as ATM or
IP. The 7330 ISAM FTTN uses the ECNT-A or ECNT-C card for network
termination.
NTA slot Network Termination slot A
The slot on the 7330 ISAM FTTN shelf for an NT unit. There are two slots
for NT units, marked as A and B.
NTB slot Network Termination slot B
The slot on the 7330 ISAM FTTN shelf for an NT unit. There are two slots
for NT units, marked as A and B.
NTP Non-Trouble Procedure
OAM Operation, Administration, and Maintenance
Broad categories of functions found in a communications network and/or the
business processes found in network service provider companies.
OBC On-Board Controller
ONC Open Network Computing
OOS Out-of-service
The status of a primary rate link when it is out of service.
OS Operations System
A standalone software system that supports network-related operations
functions.
OSP Outside Plant
OSPF Open Shortest Path First
A dynamic routing protocol that responds quickly to network topology
changes. As a successor to RIP, it uses an algorithm that builds and
calculates the shortest path to all known destinations.
OSS Operations Support System
OSWP Overall Software Package
PADI PPPoE Active Discovery Initiation
PDF Power Distribution Frame
PDU Protocol Data Unit
POTS Plain Old Telephone Service
A term for narrowband, voice-only telephone service.
PPP Point-to-Point Protocol

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A protocol that allows a computer to use TCP/IP with a standard telephone


line and a high-speed modem to establish a link between two terminal
installations.
PPPoA Point-to-Point Protocol over ATM
PPPoE Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet
A specification for connecting multiple computer users on an Ethernet LAN
to a remote site through common CPE. PPPoE allows users to share a
common xDSL, cable modem, or wireless connection to the Internet. PPPoE
combines the PPP protocol, commonly used in dial-up connections, with the
Ethernet protocol, which supports multiple users in a LAN. The PPP
protocol information is encapsulated within an Ethernet frame.
PSD Power Spectral Density
PSTN Public Switched Telephone Network
A telephone network based on normal telephone signaling and ordinary
switched long distance telephone circuits.
PTC Positive Temperature Coefficient
A type of thermal resistor used for current limiting in circuitry.
PTM Packet Transfer Mode
A DSL framing mode that allows DSL equipment to transport packet-based
(for example, Ethernet or IP packets) rather than ATM-based data. PTM
involves 64/65 byte block coding of variable size frames or frame fragments
at the transmission convergence sublayer in the modem. PTM is defined in
the G.992.3 (ADSL2) and G.992.5 (ADSL2+) standards.
PVC Permanent Virtual Connection
PVID Port VLAN Identifier
QoS Quality of Service
A measure of the quality of a data communications link provided to a
subscriber.
RADIUS Remote Authentication Dial-in User Service
A standardized method of information exchange between a device that
provides network access to users (RADIUS client) and a device that contains
authentication and profile information for the users (RADIUS server).
RAL Restricted Access Location
RAM Remote Access Multiplexer
RARP Reverse Address Resolution Protocol
RB VLAN Residential Bridging VLAN
RDI Remote Defect Indication

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READSL2 Reach Extended ADSL2


RED Random Early Detection
REN Ringer Equivalence Number
RFC Request for Comments
The name of the result and the process for creating a standard on the Internet.
New standards are proposed and published online, as a Request For
Comments. The IETF is the consensus-building body that facilitates
discussion, and eventually a new standard is established.
RFC is the prefix for all published IETF documents for Internet environment
standards; for example, the official standard for e-mail is RFC 822. RFC
documents typically define IP, TCP, and related application layer protocols.
RFT Remote Feeding Telecommunication
RIP Routing Information Protocol
An interior gateway protocol defined by the IETF (RIPv1 - RFC 1058 and
RIPv2 - RFC 2453) that specifies how routers exchange routing table
information. RIP is a routing protocol based on the distance vector
algorithm. With RIP, routers periodically exchange entire tables.
RJ-45 A single-line jack for digital transmission over ordinary phone wire, either
untwisted or twisted. It is the interface for Ethernet standards 10Base-T and
100Base-T.
RMI Remote Management Interface
RNM Residential Network Manager
RSTP Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol
A protocol specified in IEEE 802.1w. It replaces the spanning tree protocol
specified by IEEE 802.1d. RSTP is targeted at switched networks with
point-to-point interconnections, and allows for much quicker
reconfiguration time (approximately 1 s) by allowing a rapid change in port
roles.
RTL Routine Task List
RTP Real-time Transport Protocol
RTU Remote Test Unit
RU Rack Unit
A unit of vertical space in a standard 19 inch or 23 inch equipment rack. One
RU is 1.75 in. (4.45 cm).
Rx receive
To receive or carry signals or data to a device; any part of the equipment that
converts or decodes signals or data entering the equipment into the desired
form for use by the equipment.

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SA Service Affecting
or
Source Address
SAP Service Access Point
SDU Service Data Unit
A unit of information from an upper-layer protocol that defines a service
request to a lower-layer protocol.
SELT Single-Ended Line Testing
SELV Safety Extra Low Voltage
SEM Sealed Expansion Module
A remote expansion unit for the 7330 ISAM FTTN. The SEM is a single LT
unit in a flood resistant, environmentally hardened enclosure designed for
remote outside deployment in hard-to-reach or low-density locations.
See also ASEM-B and VSEM-A.
SFP Small Form-factor Pluggable
A specification for a new generation of optical modular transceivers. The
devices are designed for use with small form-factor connectors, and offer
high speed and physical compactness. They are hot-swappable.
SFTP Secured File Transfer Protocol
SHDSL Symmetric High-speed Digital Subscriber Line
SHub 7330 ISAM FTTN and 7302 ISAM Network Termination card Ethernet
switch (also known as LANX).
SI Système international d’unités
SIP Session Initiation Protocol
SLIC Subscriber Line Interface Circuit
SMF Single Mode Fiber
An optical fiber with a core diameter of less than 10 μm that is used for
high-bandwidth transmission over long distances.
SNMP Simple Network Management Protocol
A protocol used by network management to retrieve information about
connection status, configuration, and performance.
SNTP Simple Network Time Protocol
A method of synchronizing network nodes. An SNTP server can be used by
multiple nodes to synchronize themselves.

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SONET Synchronous Optical Network


A transmission network that uses high-speed optical carriers.
SRA Seamless Rate Adaptation
SSCS Service-specific convergence sublayer
SSH Secure Shell
STP Spanning Tree Protocol
A technique based on an IEEE 802.1d standard that detects and eliminates
forwarding loops in a bridged network. When multiple paths exist, STP
selects the most efficient path for the bridge to use. If that path fails, STP
automatically reconfigures the network to activate another path. This
protocol is used mostly by local bridges.
STU-C SHDSL Transceiver Unit – Central Office
STU-R SHDSL Transceiver Unit – Remote
S-VLAN Stacked VLAN
SWDB SoftWare DataBase
SWP SoftWare Package
TAC Test Access Control
TAP Test Access Port
or
Trouble Analysis Procedure
TAU Test Access Unit
TCA Threshold Crossing Alarm
TCP Transmission Control Protocol
A protocol for establishing a duplex connection between end systems for the
reliable delivery of data.
TCP/IP Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol
A networking protocol that provides communication across interconnected
networks, and between computers with different hardware architectures and
various operating software.
TFTP Trivial File Transfer Protocol
TIA Telecommunications Industries Association
The group responsible for setting telecommunications standards in the
United States.

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TL1 Transaction Language 1


Human-machine language standard for controlling network elements.
TNG Training Document
TNV Telecom Network Voltage
TOP Task-Oriented Practice
The TOP method is a documentation system that supports the installation,
operation, and maintenance of telecommunications equipment and software
through different layers of documentation.
Tx transmit
To send or carry signals or data from a device; any part of the equipment that
converts or encodes signals or data exiting from the equipment into the
desired form for transmission to other equipment.
UA User Agent
UDP/IP User Datagram Protocol/Internet Protocol
A transport layer, connectionless mode protocol, providing a datagram mode
of communication for delivery to a remote or local user. UDP is part of the
TCP/IP suite.
UDS Unit Data Sheet
UPBO Upstream Power Back-Off
UPS Uninterruptible Power Supply
URI Universal Resource Identifier
USM User-based Security Model
VACM View-based Access Control Model
VBAS Virtual Broadcast Access Server
VC Virtual Channel
A single communications connection identified by an office equipment
number, VPI, and VCI.
VCC Virtual Channel Connection
VCI Virtual Channel Identifier
An identifier in an ATM cell that distinguishes the data of one VC from the
data of another VC.
VCL Virtual Channel Link
VC/VP/VR Virtual Channel/Virtual Path/Virtual Router

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VDSL Very High Bit Rate DSL


A variant of DSL that provides very high speed asymmetric data
transmission rates over a single twisted-pair copper telephone wire, but at
shorter ranges than other xDSL types. There is more than one type of VDSL.
VLAN Virtual LAN
A VLAN divides a physical LAN into multiple virtual LANs whose
members are not necessarily based on location. VLAN specifications are
contained in IEEE 802.1q.
VoD Voice on Demand
VoIP Voice over IP
VP Virtual Path
A single communications connection identified by an office equipment
number and a VPI.
VPI Virtual Path Identifier
An identifier in an ATM cell that distinguishes the data of one VP from the
data of another VP.
VP/VC Virtual Path/Virtual Channel
VRF Virtual Routing Forwarder
A logical or virtual routing function with associated routing table that can be
instantiated in a router capable of supporting IP VPN services.
VTU-O VDSL Transceiver Unit – Central Office
VTU-R VDSL Transceiver Unit – Remote
WAN Wide Area Network
WECO Western Electric Company
For WECO-spaced racks, 1 RU equals 2 in. (5.08 cm).
WFQ Weighted Fair Queue
WRED Weighted Random Early Detection
WRR Weighted Round Robin
xDSL A general term that is used to refer to more than one type of DSL (for
example, ADSL, ADSL2, READSL, SHDSL, VDSL, VDSL2).
xTU-C xDSL Transceiver Unit – Central Office
xTU-R xDSL Transceiver Unit – Remote
XoA encapsulation A general term used to refer to an unspecified type of encapsulation over
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Numbers M
7302 FD subrack management
characteristics, 4-28 network, 3-5
configurations, 6-8 MTA
rack equipment, 5-9 support, 7-8

D N
Dimensioning, 1-10 network topology, 1-2
network side, 1-3
E user side, 1-2
EMC R
restrictions, 7-2
standards, 7-2 redundancy support
environmental 1 N LT, 7-8
restrictions, 7-3 1+1 NT, 7-6
standards, 7-3 restrictions
EMC, 7-2
F environmental, 7-3
fiber handling S
restrictions, 7-4
SFP
I supported modules, 7-4
software
IWF architecture, 3-2
capabilities, 1-10 system initialization, 3-3

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standards — XD-SP

standards
EMC, 7-2
environmental, 7-3
system architecture, 1-3
IACM, 1-4
LT boards, 1-5
NT boards, 1-4
NT I/O boards, 1-5
SHub, 1-7

U
UD-Combo
rack configurations, 6-12
UD-Combo subrack
characteristics, 4-24, 4-20

X
XD splitter subrack
characteristics, 4-9
XD splitter subrack without MTA
characteristics, 4-37, 4-12
XD splitterless subrack
characteristics, 4-4
rack equipment, 5-2
XD-Combo300
rack configurations, 6-6
XD-Combo300 subrack
characteristics, 4-15
rack equipment, 5-6
XD-Modular
rack configurations, 6-3
XD-PSP
rack equipment, 5-2
XD-SP
rack equipment, 5-2

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