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BSNL Nation-Wide MLLN

RTTC, Thiruvananthapuram

MLLN
NEED FOR MLLN SERVICE LEVEL AGREEMENT MANDATORY IMPROVED CUSTOMER SATISFACTION IN MLLN PREVENTION OF REVENUE LOSS TO CUSTOMER AS WELL AS SERVICE PROVIDER FUTURE PROOF

MLLN
MLLN Architecture Key Elements of MLLN
DXC VMUX NTU NMS

MLLN (Contd) (Contd)


Networking Equipments
Routers LAN Switches RAS Firewall

Other Components
UPS Printers Messaging System

Conclusions

MLLN ARCHITECTURE

Architecture of MLLN
All elements managed end-to-end by one system, the Tellabs 8100 Manager

Saifabad
STU-160

Jubilee Hills Secundrabad

Yeragada

Ameerpeth

E1
Customer A
STU-2304

E1
E1
STU-160

Customer E
STU-160

Customer B Customer

Customer D Customer C

DACC Layer

VMUX Layer VMUX Layer

NTU Layer

KEY ELEMENTS OF MLLN

Key Elements of MLLN


> > > > >
MLLN Nodes Servers Workstations Networking Equipment Others (Printers, UPS etc)

Key Elements of MLLN


> MLLN Nodes
> DXC (Digital Cross-Connect) > VMUX (Versatile Multiplexer) > NTU (Network Terminating Unit) > NMS (Network Management System) > Servers > Database Server > NMS Application Servers > Billing and Accounting Servers > Web Self Care Servers > Proxy Servers

Key Elements of MLLN (Contd) (Contd)


>Workstations
>Local Operator Terminals >Remote Operator Terminals

> Networking Equipment


>Router >LAN Switch >RAS >Firewall >Remote Operator Terminal Connectivity Equipment > Grooming Mux at Main and DR Sites > Connectivity equipments at Remote Sites

Key Elements of MLLN (Contd) (Contd)


> Others
> Un-interrupted power supply > Printers > Messaging System

DIGITAL CROSS CONNECT (DXC)

Key Requirements of DXC


> DXC
> Capacity
> > > >
DXC (64 ports upgradeable to 128 ports) DXC (96 ports upgradeable to 128 ports) DXC (128 ports upgradeable to 256 ports) DXC (256 ports)

> 1/0 cross-connect capability > Non-Blocking Architecture > Redundancy


> Power Supply > Switching Matrix > Cross-connect Memory

> Expansion to be made possible by addition of cards only. > Fully Managed from Centralized NMS

Configuration of 64p DXC upgradeable to 128 ports


CLUSTER MASTER
P F U A P F U B C X U A C X U A C X U S C X U M C C U

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P F U B

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C X U S

C X U M

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SLAVE - 1, 1 to 32 Ports
P F U A P F U B Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H S X U C S X U C S C U H P F U A P F U B Q M H Q M H

SLAVE - 2, 33 to 64 Ports
Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H S X U C S X U C S C U H

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SLAVE - 3, 65 to 96 Ports

SLAVE - 4, 97 to 128 Ports

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Configuration of 96p DXC upgradeable to 128 ports


CLUSTER MASTER
P F U A P F U B C X U A C X U A C X U A C X U S C X U M C C U

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P F U B

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C X U S

C X U M

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SLAVE - 1, 1 to 32 Ports
P F U A P F U B Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H S X U C S X U C S C U H P F U A P F U B Q M H Q M H

SLAVE - 2, 33 to 64 Ports
Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H S X U C S X U C S C U H

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SLAVE - 3, 65 to 96 Ports
P F U A P F U B Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H S X U C S X U C S C U H

SLAVE - 4, 97 to 128 Ports

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Configuration of 128p DXC upgradeable to 256 ports


CLUSTER MASTER
P F U A P F U B C X U A C X U A C X U A C X U A C X U S C X U M C C U

SLAVE - 1, 1 to 32 Ports
P F U A P F U B Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H S X U C S X U C S C U H 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

SLAVE - 6, 161 to 192 Ports

P F U A

P F U B

C X U A

C X U A

C X U A

C X U A

C X U S

C X U M

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SLAVE - 2, 33 to 64 Ports
P F U A P F U B Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H S X U C S X U C S C U H P F U A P F U B Q M H

SLAVE - 4, 97 to 128 Ports


Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H S X U C S X U C S C U H

SLAVE - 7, 193 to 224 Ports

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SLAVE - 3, 65 to 96 Ports
P F U A P F U B Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H S X U C S X U C S C U H

SLAVE - 5, 128 to 160 Ports

SLAVE - 8, 225 to 256 Ports

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Configuration of 256p DXC


CLUSTER MASTER
P F U A P F U B C X U A C X U A C X U A C X U A C X U A C X U A C X U A C X U A C X U S C X U M C C U

SLAVE - 1, 1 to 32 Ports
P F U A P F U B Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H S X U C S X U C S C U H

SLAVE - 6, 161 to 192 Ports


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 P F U A P F U B Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H S X U C S X U C

P F U A

P F U B

C X U A

C X U A

C X U A

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C X U A

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C X U A

C X U A

C X U S

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S C U H

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SLAVE - 2, 33 to 64 Ports
P F U A P F U B Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H S X U C S X U C S C U H P F U A P F U B

SLAVE - 4, 97 to 128 Ports


Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H S X U C S X U C S C U H P F U A P F U B

SLAVE - 7, 193 to 224 Ports


Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H S X U C S X U C S C U H

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SLAVE - 3, 65 to 96 Ports
P F U A P F U B Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H S X U C S X U C S C U H P F U A

SLAVE - 5, 128 to 160 Ports


P F U B Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H S X U C S X U C S C U H P F U A P F U B

SLAVE - 8, 225 to 256 Ports


Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H Q M H S X U C S X U C S C U H

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VERSATILE MULTIPLEXER (VMUX)

Key Requirements of VMUX


> VMUX
> Type - I, Type - II, Type - III with the configurations given below
Type
64 kbps

Initial Requirement

N x 64kbps

Hotline

E1

VMUX Type 1

32

12

VMUX Type 2

16

VMUX Type 3

Key Requirements of VMUX

> VMUX
> Expansion to be made possible on the same
chassis by addition of cards

> Type III VMUX


> 230V AC Powered > -48V DC Powered

> VMUX to be able to extend hotline circuits > Point to point and Point to Multi-point circuit
routing should be possible

> HDSL Driving Distance:


> 3.5km at 2Mbps > 5 km at 1Mbps > 7km for 64/128kbps (at 0.5mm dia copper cable)

VMUX Type I
P PFU-A F U A

64/128K Modem Interface 32 Nos.

E1 Interface 12 Nos.

CCS-UNI

VCM

IUM-8

IUM-8

IUM-8

IUM-8

OMH
-

QMH
-

QMH
-

XCG

HCO
1 8 7 16 15 24 23

G.703

G.703

See Note 1
2 6 14 13 22 21

N*64K Modem Interface 31 8 Nos.


32

1 2

5 1

30 29 3 4 2 10 6

Hotline unit is 5 optional in this type


3 4 3

12 11

20 19

28 27 5 6 11 7 3

J1

J2

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10 9

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VMUX Type II

64/128K Modem Interface 16 Nos.

PFU-A

CCS-UNI

VCM

IUM-8

IUM-8

QMH
-

XCG

HCQ
1 8 7 16 15

E1 Interface 4 Nos. 1

See Note 1
Hotline unit is 5 optional in this type
2 6 14 13

2 2

4 3

12 11

N*64K Modem Interface 4 Nos.


3

J1

J2

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VMUX Type III DC Powered

P PFU-A

CCS-UNI

VCM

IUM-8

QMH
-

XCG

HCQ
1 8 7

1
64/128K Modem Interface 8 Nos.

E1 Interface 4 Nos. 1

6 5

2
2 N*64K Modem Interface 4 Nos. 3

4 3

J1

J2

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VMUX Type III AC Powered


Only Power Supply Unit VCM CCS-UNI is different

PAU-10T

IUM-8

QMH
-

XCG

HCQ
1 8 7

1
64/128K Modem Interface 8 Nos.

E1 Interface 4 Nos.

1 2
N*64K Modem Interface 4 Nos.

6 5

3
I 0

4 3

3
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4 4

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NETWORK TERMINATION UNIT (NTU)

Key Requirements of NTU

> NTU (Network Terminating


Unit)
> Capacity
> 64/128kbps NTU with V.35 > 64/128kbps NTU with G.703 > N x 64kbps NTU with V.35 > N x 64kbps NTU with G.703 > N x 64kbps NTU with Ethernet Interface

> > > >

Line Loop Testing as per ITU-T Rec V.54 64kbps NTU to work up to 128kbps N x 64kbps NTU to work up to 2Mbps NTU to send power off signal to the NMS at the time of NTU getting switched off.

NTU FEATURES

> Tellabs 8110 Network Terminating Unit offered


has the following features
> > > > >
Tellabs 8110 STU-160/V.35 for 64/128 kbps NTU with V.35 interface Tellabs 8110 STU-160/G.703 for 64/128 kbps NTU with G.703 interface Tellabs 8110 CTU-S/V.35 for n x 64kbps NTU with V.35 interface Tellabs 8110 CTU-S/G.703 for n x 64kbps NTU with G.703 interface Tellabs 8110 CTU-R for n x 64kbps NTU with Ethernet interface

> All NTUs support V.54 line loop testing and support dying
gasp to send power off signal at time of power off condition

> STU 1 works up to 128kbps 60 > CTU S CTU R and works up to 2Mbps on a single pair of
copper

Circuit Bandwidth
STU-160 (64/128 Kbps Modem)

Bandwidth of 64/128 Kbps on single pair cable. N value decides the capacity

CTU-S (N*64Kbps Modem) (N* Bandwidth from 64 Kbps to 2048 Kbps on single pair cable.

N value decides the capacity

Type of circuit ..
Point to Point Circuit
Nx64kbit/s

M
Nx64kbit/s

Converter Node

Nx64kbit/s

2M trunk Nx64kbit/s circuit

Type of circuit
Point-to-Multipoint Circuit
S B
Tx/Rx Tx/Rx Tx/Rx

BS

Tx/Rx

S
Tx/Rx

M Master B Branch S Slave

Tx/Rx

Hot Line with CCS-UNI


Phone A

CCS-UNI

CCS-UNI CCS-UNI

Phone B

64 Kbps capacity used for hotline circuits

Connectivity between nodes


Copper Wire E1 Node E1 OF Communication Channel OF E1 E1 Node

O.F. Equipment

STM Ring

E1 STM Ring

E1

NETWORK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

(NMS)

Key Requirements NMS


> NMS (Network Management System)
> MLLN NMS > Billing and Accounting System > Web Self-care system

Architecture of the Main and the DR NMS site - Normal condition


Internet

DMZ
Internet Router

4E1 (Primary)
L2 SW

Firewall

Intranet Router

Intranet Router

Firewall

Proxy Server Web Self Care

4E1 (Secondary)
L3 Switch MUX MUX L3 Switch

RAS

WKST

NMS Appln. Server

B&A Servers

DB Server 1

DB Server 2

Remote Terminals

NMS Appln. Server

B&A Servers

DB Server 1

WKST

RAS

MLLN Nodes

MLLN Nodes

2000 km

Architecture of the Main and the DR NMS site - One DB Server failure
Internet

DMZ
Internet Router

4E1 (Primary)
L2 SW

Firewall

Intranet Router

Intranet Router

Firewall

Proxy Server Web Self Care

4E1 (Secondary)
L3 Switch MUX MUX L3 Switch

RAS

WKST

NMS Appln. Server

B&A B&A Servers Servers

DB Server 1

DB Server 2

Remote Terminals

NMS Appln. Server

B&A Servers

DB Server 1

WKST

RAS

MLLN Nodes

MLLN Nodes

2000 km

Architecture of the Main and the DR NMS site - Both DB servers failed
Internet

DMZ
Internet Router

4E1 (Primary)
L2 SW

Firewall

Intranet Router

Intranet Router

Firewall

Proxy Server Web Self Care

4E1 (Secondary)
L3 Switch MUX MUX L3 Switch

RAS

WKST

NMS Appln. Server

B&A B&A Servers Servers

X X
DB Server 1

DB Server 2 1

Remote Terminals

NMS Appln. Server

B&A Servers

DB Server 1

WKST

RAS

MLLN Nodes

MLLN Nodes

2000 km

Architecture of the Main and the DR NMS site Main NMS site completely down
Internet

DMZ
Internet Router

4E1 (Primary)
L2 SW

Firewall

Intranet Router

Intranet Router

Firewall

Proxy Server Web Self Care

4E1 (Secondary)
L3 Switch MUX MUX L3 Switch

RAS

WKST

NMS Appln. Server

B&A B&A Servers Servers

X X
DB Server 1

DB Server 2 1

Remote Terminals

NMS Appln. Server

B&A Servers

DB Server 1

WKST

RAS

MLLN Nodes

MLLN Nodes

2000 km

Tellabs Solution to connect the ROTs Equipment at the Remote End


10BaseT

E1
Remote Workstation CTU-R Mininode 5xE1 trunks as 1 logical trunk

Grooming MUX at the Main NMS Site

Intranet Router

8 x 10 Mbps

> Single 512kbps/256kbps line from


CTU-R to ESU.

> HDSL link at 512K for normal


workstation(RTO) & 256k for satellite workstation

8 x E1 Links
DXC 5xE1 trunks as 1 logical trunk 8 x 10 Mbps
Intranet Router

> 181 remote workstations. > Approximately 80Mbps of traffic


coming to Main Site

> In the event of DR site getting


activated, 80Mbps of traffic will be diverted to DR Site by the ESU

Grooming MUX at the DR NMS Site

Tellabs Solution to connect the ROTs Equipment at the Remote End


10BaseT

E1
Remote Workstation CTU-R Mininode 5xE1 trunks as 1 logical trunk

Grooming MUX at the Main NMS Site

Intranet Router

8 x 10 Mbps

> Single 512kbps/256kbps line from


CTU-R to DXC.

> HDSL link at 512K for normal


workstation & 256k for satellite workstation

8 x E1 Links
DXC 5xE1 trunks as 1 logical trunk 8 x 10 Mbps
Intranet Router

> 181 remote workstations. > Approximately 80Mbps of traffic


coming to Main Site

> In the event of DR site getting


activated, 80Mbps of traffic will be diverted to DR Site by the DXC

Grooming MUX at the DR NMS Site

Key requirements of the Billing and Web Self Care system

> System Capacity


> 150,000 subscriber base to be managed

> Major components


> Billing and Invoicing Package > Customer Care Package > Web Self Care Package

> Functionality
> > > > >
Full Billing and Invoicing Customer and Account Management Security and Auditing Comprehensive Reporting Suite of Web Self Care functionalities

Offer for Billing and Web Self Care systems

> All the three components mentioned are


offered
> Billing and Invoicing Package > Customer Care Package > Web Self Care Package

> Billing Package is JISP


> A proven package working successfully in MTNL
> Subscriber Base of 2.5 lakhs

> All functionalities required have been met


> Full Billing and Invoicing
> Supports Multiple Tariff Tables > Supports Discount Structures > Supports customized Invoice / Bill Formats > Can factor in SLA

Offer for Billing and Web Self Care systems


> Customer and Account Management
> Full CRM Functionality

> Security and Auditing


> Multi-level Security > Audit Trial supported

> Comprehensive Reporting


> Comprehensive Reporting Engine > Supports multiple report formats

> Suite of Web Self Care functionalities


> Java Enabled powerful web engine

SERVERS

Key Requirements of Database Servers

> Database Server


> Multi-processor, Multi-server with 4 processors expandable to 8
processors.

> > > > > >

64bit RISC system with 400MHz clock 8Gb RAM and 1Gb Cache System Disk of 40GB with OS and RDBMS mirroring. Redundant fiber based RAID controller No SPOF (Single Point of Failure) Fully Duplicated HA configuration at the main site with redundancy of Power, Hard Disk, LAN Interface and Processors mentioned above.

> Simplex configuration at the DR site with all other redundancies as

Offer for Database Server


> SunFire V880 server has been chosen to
fully meet the requirements of BSNL

> 2 no.s of SF V880 (Fully Redundant HA)


configuration offered in the main site

> 1 no. of SF V880 (Fully Redundant) offered


in the DR site

> 2 LAN interfaces (on separate card 1


default + 1 add-on) provided in each V880 for redundancy

> 3 power supplies equipped in each V880


for power supply redundancy

Offer for Database Server


> Each SF V880 equipped for the following:
> 4 processors of 900 MHz expandable to 8 processors > 8GB RAM configured (in addition to 1GB available as default) > 1GB default + 32Mb memory configured as Cache making
total cache equal to 1.32GB

> 6 x 73Gb Hard Disk > 22 x 73Gb available as storage

Connectivity of Database server at the Main Site


LAN Switch-1 (Primary) LAN Switch-1 (Redundant)

2 no.s of 10/100 on Separate Cards

2 no.s of 10/100 on Separate Cards

V880

V880

22 no.s of 73Gb Storage

22 no.s of 73Gb Storage

Connectivity of Database server at the DR Site


LAN Switch-1 (Primary)

2 no.s of 10/100 on Separate Cards

V880

22 no.s of 73Gb Storage

Key Requirements of NMS Application Server


> NMS Application Servers
> Multi-processor, Multi-server with 2 processors and 400MHz
clock

> > > > >

4GB RAM and 512kbps L2 cache 20GB Hard Disk Redundant LAN-If provided on separate cards CD-ROM, Floppy Drive etc. All components of the NMS Servers should be fault resilient

Offer for NMS Application Servers


> IBM X Series X-235 has been offered for the NMS
Application Servers

> Each server has 2 processors @ 1.8GHz speed. > Each server has 4GB RAM and 512kbps Cache > 20GB hard disk is asked for, however for redundancy 2
no.s of 36.4 GB Hard Disk has been provided

> Redundant LAN interface on different cards is offered > A total of 14 application servers in the Main NMS site and
11 application servers in the DR site has been offered

NMS Application Servers Main Site


2 gateway servers 2 Fault servers

SNMP server

3 DXX servers + 3 Backup DXX Servers VPN server Recovery Web server Reporter server

MLLN Nodes

NMS Application Servers DR Site


2 gateway servers 2 Fault servers

SNMP server

3 DXX servers

VPN server

Recovery Web server Reporter server

MLLN Nodes

Key Requirements of Billing, Web Self Care and Proxy Servers


> Billing and Accounting, Web Self Care, Proxy Server
> > > > > > >
64bit RISC based machine 400MHz Redundancy for Power supply Control Servers to be duplicated Hard Disk to be made redundant LAN interface redundancy to be offered on separate cards All Servers to be duplicated at the main site Need not be duplicated at the DR site but all in-built redundancies to be made available

> No Proxy and Web Self care server at the DR site

Offer for Billing, Web Self Care & Proxy Servers


> SunFire 280R has been offered to meet the
requirements as specified in the tender

> Each 280R equipped with


> > > >
2 x 900MHz RISC based processors 2 power supplies for redundancy 2 Hard disks of 36GB offered for redundancy 2 LAN interfaces on separate cards (1 default + 1 add-on card) provided for redundancy

> Offered 2 no.s of Billing Server (280R) at the


main site and 1 no.s of 280R at the DR site for Billing.

> Offered 2 no.s each of Web Self care and proxy


server (280R) at the Main NMS Site

Billing Server connectivity diagram Main NMS site


Internet
Proxy Server (Duplicated) LAN Switch 2 (duplicated)

Firewall (duplicated) LAN Switch 1 (duplicated)

Web Self Care Server (Duplicated)

Billing & Accounting Server (Duplicated)

MLLN Servers

Billing Server connectivity diagram DR NMS site


Internet

Firewall

LAN Switch 1

Billing & Accounting Server

MLLN Servers

WORKSTATIONS

Key Requirements of Workstations


> 4 no.s of Workstations called Local Terminals at Main and
4 no.s at the DR Site

> 181 no.s of workstation called Remote Operator Terminals


at the remote sites

> PIV Machine with 20GB hard disk, 17 video display with
10/100Mbps Ethernet Interface

> 20 no. of dial in users to be provisioned for dial u access - p

Offer for Workstations


> IBM M42 Netvista has been offered to meet the
requirements

> Local Terminals will be a part of the same LAN at the Main
NMS and the DR NMS

Offered system for Workstations exceeds the requirements asked for in the BSNL Tender

Tellabs Solution for Dial-up users


Main NMS LAN 2 x 10/100 For redn. 2 x 10/100 For redn.

E1
RAS at Main Site Thin Client Server

PSTN
Dial-up User

RAS at DR Site

Thin Client Server

E1

IBM x-series 205 is offered for Citrix Thin client requirement

2 x 10/100 For redn. DR NMS LAN

2 x 10/100 For redn.

NETWORKING

Key Requirements of Routers

> Routers
> Internet Router > Intranet Router

> Internet Router


> Should be Low Range router for Intranet Applications as per TEC
GR G/TCP-01

> > > >

Expandable to 20 E1 ports Connected to Internet on 4 E1s Power supply redundancy 10/100 Mbps interface provided on separate cards for redundancy

Offer for Internet Router


> Cisco 7204VXR is proposed as the Internet Router
> > > >
Initially equipped with 4 E1 ports Expansion provided for 16 additional ports PSU redundancy and LAN card redundancy provided 1 no. in Main site and 1 no. in DR site offered.

Internet
4E1 Cisco 7204
10/100 Mbps 10/100 Mbps

Firewall

Key Requirements of Intranet Router


> Intranet Router
> > > >
Provides connectivity to the DR NMS site Provides connectivity to Remote Operator Terminals Power supply and control card redundancy 10/100 Mbps interface provided on separate cards for redundancy

Offer for Intranet Router


> Cisco 7507 has been proposed to meet the above
requirement

> Provisioned 8 x 10Mbps ports on separate 4 port card for


ROT connectivity

> Provisioned 2 x 100Mbps ports (1 default + 1 add-on) on


separate cards for connectivity to the LAN switch

> Provisioned 8 x E1 on 2 cards for connectivity to the DR site


Intranet router

> Power supply and control card redundancy to meet the NO


SPOF condition of BSNL

> 1 no. each of 7507 in Main and DR NMS site has been offered

Our offer for the Routers exceeds the requirements of the BSNL tender

Connectivity Diagram of the Intranet Router at the Main and DR NMS Site
4E1 4E1 Main Site 7507
LAN Switch
100Mbps 100Mbps 8 x 10Mbps

DR Site 7507

Grooming Mux

Remote Operator Terminals

Key Requirements of LAN Switches


> LAN Switch
> LAN Switch Type 1 > LAN Switch Type 2

> LAN Switch Type 1


> Should be Middle Range LAN Switch as per TEC GR G/LSW01/01, June 2000

> As per requirement should be 48 x 10/100 ports on 2 separate


cards

> Redundant clock and power supply > Redundant Link to other switches > Provides switching function to all IT equipment connected in
that site

Offer for LAN Switch - I


> Cisco 6506 catalyst switch is proposed to meet the
requirement

> 2 no.s of 48 port 10/100Mbps card offered to connect to IT


equipment for redundancy

> 2 no.s of GBIC card offered to connect to the other reslient


LSW

> Redundant Power supply and control clock provided for


redundancy

> 2 no.s of 6506 offered in the Main site and 1 no. of 6506
offered in the DR site

Connectivity Diagram of LAN Switch -1


Firewall

10/100Mbps Gbps interface Layer 3 Switch 100Mbps 10/100Mbps Intranet Router

Server Farm

Key Requirements of LAN Switch - 2


> LAN Switch Type 2
> Should be Low Range LAN Switch as per TEC GR G/LSW01/01, June 2000

> LSW-2 should be 12 ports expandable to 24 ports > Redundant clock architecture to be provided

Offer for LAN Switch - 2


> Cisco 4507R catalyst switch is proposed to meet the
requirement

> > > >

Redundant Processor (clock) provided Provided 32 x 10/100 ports on 2 separate cards for redn. Meets all the requirements of the TEC GR 2 no.s of 4507R offered at the main site for resilience

Key Requirements of RAS


> RAS
> Should be low range Narrowband RAS as per TEC GR
G/RAS-01/01

> Should be 20 ports expandable to 40 ports > PSU and control card should be in redundant configuration > Connectivity of RAS to the LAN Switch should be on 10/100
Mbps in a redundant configuration

Offer for RAS


> Cisco AS5350 is offered to meet the above requirement
> 2 no.s of AS5350 provided at the Main and the DR site to
meet the above requirement

> This makes a fully redundant configuration > Already configured for 60 ports > Each AS5350 provides 2 x 10/100Mbps ports towards the
LAN Switch

Connectivity Diagram of RAS


Main NMS LAN 2 x 10/100 For redn.

E1
RAS at Main Site

PSTN
Dial-up User

RAS at DR Site

E1
2 x 10/100 For redn. DR NMS LAN

Key Requirements of Firewall


> Firewall
> Should be conformant to the TEC GR G/FWS-01 > Power supply redundancy > Should be able to handle 20,000 concurrent sessions and 1.5
lakhs users

> Should have 4 ports expandable to 6 ports

Offer for Firewall


> Cisco 535UR and 535FO has been offered to meet the
requirement

> Capable of handling 500,000 concurrent sessions and


unlimited no. of users

> 2 no.s of (535UR + 535FO) offered at the main site to meet the
resiliency requirements

> 1 no.s of (535UR + 535FO) offered at the DR Site > Equipped for 4 ports expandable to 6 ports

OTHER EQUIPMENTS

Key Requirements of UPS


> UPS
> To meet the requirement as per TEC GR G/UPS-01/02 July
2002

> Modular configuration with redundancy at FR/FC and inverter


level

> Battery backup for 4 hours > AC Output capacity to be 25% higher than the requirement

Offer for UPS


> APC SL20KH is offered to meet the requirements
> Fully meets the requirements of the GR > 1 no. of UPS offered each at the Main and the DR NMS site

Key Requirements of Printers


> Printers
> One printer type 1 @ Main and DR NMS site as per the specs
mentioned in the tender document

> One printer type 2 @ Main and DR NMS site as per the specs
mentioned in the tender document

> 181 no.s of Type 2 printer @ the Remote Operator Terminal


Stations as per the specs mentioned in the tender document

Offer for Printers


> For printer type 1 HP 4100 has been offered to meet the
requirement of the tender

> For printer type 2 HP 1200 has been offered to meet the
requirement of the tender

Key Requirements of Messaging System


> Should be capable of reporting to a pre s - pecified
destination in MLLN

> Multiple Messaging Methods


> > > >
FAX E-Mail SMS PSTN / GSM call

Offer for Messaging System


> Envoy system from Servion has been offered to meet the
requirement

> Key features of Envoy


> > > > > >
Event tracking Notification on real-time basis Multiple Delivery options 100% browser based GUI Fully customizable Text to speech conversion

CONCLUSION

Conclusion
> Solution offered meets or exceeds the requirement of the BSNL
Nationwide MLLN tender

> The core MLLN equipment has been validation tested at BSNL,
MTNL and has been operating successfully for several years

> Networking and IT equipments comes from Best in class


companies (IBM , SUN, CISCO, HP)

> In conclusion this network is slated to be a state of the art world


class network ensuring complete satisfaction to BSNL and its end users

MLLN
> Advantages: > SPEEDY END TO END SERVICE PROVISIONING > ROUND THE CLOCK PERFORMANCE MONITORING > AUTO REROUTING IN CASE OF FAILURE > AUTOMATED ALARM / FAULT MANAGEMENT > ON DEMAND BANDWIDTH AVAILABILITY UPTO 2Mbps > AUTORECOVERY

THANK YOU

Concept of Gateway Server


DB Server HA Mode Local Wkst NMS App. Servers

DXX Server(s)

Gateway Server

512Kbps
Network Elements

256Kbps

Remote Workstations

Satellite Workstations