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Documents Characteristics ora Single Mode OpticalFibre and. Cable Characteristics of a fibre and. cable with non-zero dispersion for wideband ontical transport Gigabit-capable Passive Optical Networks (OPON): General Characteristics, Gigabit-capable Passive Optical Networks (GPON): Physical Media Dependent (PMD) layer specification Gigabit-capeble Passive Optical Networks (GPON): Transmission convergence layer specification. Gigabit-capable Passive Optical Networks (GPON): ONT management and control interface specification Very high speed digital subscriber line transceivers iNDSL21 Gateway control protocol: U ser interface elements and 'actions
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. the OR outl ines the basic deployment configurations. Various ONU/ONTs are terminated at OLT.: GRlPON~01l02. single-fibre shall connect OLT 10 an ONU or ONT in point to multipoint {p2mp) configuration through optical splitter/coupler.BIFTTC Broadband Access Applications using Gigabit Passive Optical Network (GPON) Technology GR No. The GR envisages the me or the industry best practice with reference to optical budgets ete.. The transmission convergence (TC) layer specifications for Gizabitcapable Passive Optical Network shall be as per ITV-T Roc.3 (2004 version including ~g. the generic requirements and specifications for broadband access based on Fibre·to·the-HomelBu:i!dingiCurblCab (FTTHIF1TBI FrTClFTTCab) _romnnonly called FITX architectures. Janpath./.APR.4 (21)04 version including amendment no. the?R. 2 dated March 2006 ). G. The placement .2008 (Supersedes GR No GRJPON~01l01. G. complaint to lTU~TRec. Another ap~h.244Mb1s upstream bit rate GPON system. An introduction 10 GPON architectu re: A GPON s_ball consist of an OLT in Central Office and distributed Optical Network Unit (ONU)/Op!lcaI Network Termination (ONT) to terminate customer traffic at various remote locations. as per I'Ftl-T G . Such splitters/couplers shall be installed at various outdoor as well as indoor locations (at Central Office and remote nodes) dependent on the number of custom~rs to be served and consequently on the FlTX architecture chosen for the deployment. The ONT management and control interface (OMCn and other management requirements shall be as per ITV. 0: Th~are also cases whereGPON system might be deployed 'in " point-to-point (P2p) archltecru_re where a separate fibre is terminated for each user. Such a conflguretion is used to care. User Network Interfaces (UNI) and Service Node Interfaces. are termed as ONU. CurbJCabinet/MDU(or MTU) basement.Telecommunication Engineering Centre K. '1 (OU. The GR also includes the specifications of various equipment constituents and management system to deploy these architectures.l: General scbematic of passive optical network 1.L.O A t.PI". In such I! manner. Z. Also.984 . t dated June 2005 & amendment no.x series Recommendations.e.2: Sehematie showing siugle or multi-stagesplitting . Dep~ndmg up?n. however specific implementation sball be su bj ect to networking requirements of the Service Providers. as per requirements..984. for 2.984.-------~.2.. for use in Indian telecom network.ER SINCiU OlT Ol5TltleUnO COuPLER ONT Fi-t:.-----_._. New Delhi~110001. The access node in FTfH architecture for network termination installed within user premises is called as ONT. the customer density and speed requirements in the serving area.0 Iatred ucdon. ~SNI).of 0 LT may be cenu:ahsed distributed to I!.-to-point connectivity is to provide backbone connectivity to the existing infrastructure.t 12 A Passive Optical Network (pON)..2006) PART I . .-------. Whereas the access nodes in FTTBlFTTClFTTCab architectures installed at other locations i.984. by Service Providers as shown in Fig.1 as specified .. L4 The OR outlines general characteristics of OPON systems including network services. Bhawan.SEP . in general. generally at the Central Office (CO) and a set of associated Optical Network Units (ONU)lOptical Network Terminations (ONT) installed at various locations in the network (as detailed later) with a passive Optical Distribution Network (ODN) comprised of optical fibres ~d passive splitters/couplers interconnecting them.Technical Requirements 1.. G... . Physical Media Dependent (PMD) layer specifications shall be as per ITU-T Reo. Generic Requirements for FTTHIFTT.3 applications The general characteristics and architecture ofGPON shall!?n for such point. building basement etc..~-'-- ~-. the Service providers may extend the PON services beyond the reach possible with existing CO. single or multi-stagesplitting shall be used.2 (2004 version including amendment 1 dated February 2006). consists of Optical Line Termination (OL T) system installed.T Reo.higher customer bandwidth requirements in specific cases. Remote Office (RO)._._------------. to .448Mb1s downstream and 1. -_. using Gigabit-capable Passive Optical Network (GPON) technology.984. This document describes network erchitectures amendment 1 dated July 2005 and amendment 2 dated March 2006).

data etc. two dedicated wavelengths may be used for downstrearr and upstream (-1490run & -1310 urn respectively) for data & voice transport and the other OR< H 550nm) may be used for downstream video.:O\V~T(IJpsIr'wn'i)q:(ic:ai IXXII<llIirn pOlrt 0"". Whereas. I'OINI'AIB If'MMisrottml. The access node in FTTH architecture for network termination installed within user premises is termed as ONT.2.. RFvideo. there shall be variations in placement of various PON constituents. as per ITV..1. 8.<¢<o!splico) . Thus. . Th. and enabling combined optical transpo r through a single fibre. video..3 Optical splitten. 2. voice. cabinet and at curb site... Depending upon the deployed Coo. RF vi. 32 and <114."" Figu.2 High speed datallntemet.1 detailing various F1TX architectures. In FTTClCah architecture. shall also be an integral part of the ONU/ONT 1(1purchaser) and WiFi (in-bllilt or through external box) interfaces. per PON interface On OLT.) _~Ir''''fioo The< N::rn. install additional network termination SOOm-lOOOm. q:UcaI !pike) (a) IMmn:e poUt If AP is Orlu:led in thel"N_\ Ita. voice. the user can access the ONU interfaces.1. For example. d=p::im~ro. Note: In the case of ONUs providing separate box solution.x.~ ..Iho(l.:.1 Functional components of GPON: This OR cnvisagea FTTX deployments usiQg OPON technology.""".th>opti<:aIfil:rej\o1. ONU/ONT ONU and aNT are the system blocks to provide access to the users.q>Ii<al_ .I ~ I'imioo~ ~rmybeirdOOed inth>MJ. ONUsl!alI provide PON interface. ro.e purchaser shellcommunicate the exact requirements. wr NJ1E. Service SUpPGri by ~NU and ONT: (NO • • • • • • 2.3. R P<:iO:<nlhoopkal fibrej<Et~n..llg (in-built/external implementation) in-bui It/external VolP Q6al N1wld llit Q1Iica1 ~ 1brn:inal q.p. Multiple dedicated wavelengths may be used. The interfaces towards ONUIO!NTs are called PON interfaces (IFf{)N) and the interfaces towards core network are called Uplink interfaces (8NJ). The actual implementation is kept out of the scope of the OR.. tpi<>il ~"" .i<al~<J] !ria( to connect IP backhsul traffi c to the OL T through the paN interface and the other an NT device such as DSLAM (VDSL2). both these items may be provided as an integrated so lution OJ th. the users generally need to (NT) device to access the ONU a. During Type Approval testing.".'are envisaged. The purchaser may use a combination of these split opti ens.ticalThttiluim ~ CO>! CLT q:ticallil1! Temirnfiro ~ Divisiro Mlhi~ Millo (if\l{Xl. 2. The VDSU card shall he (towards core network). ofPO'FS.bich. It shall offer PON imerfacee (towards ONUIONTs) & Service interfaces WDM couplers.984. Adaptation function for specified UNI. Therefore.1.. 16. Th. ty t iving or working areas. .. ONUs are deployed in MDU. G. on end to end basis. for variou.e RF video as specified in Table-t shall rn .4 for a Passive Optical Network OLT: An 0 LT shall provide aggregation and switching functionality between the core network and PON interfaces.". an ONU may comprise of two separate devices . the management of different boxes shall be possible through the EMS of the GPON system. this limirn " rot r<n'S!3y.CLT.. installed at 'locations such as CurblCahLnetlMDU (or MTIJ) basement. The possible choices of scenario..T~~o. internet. Voice through in-built Vo IP gateway in case of aNT and through gateway as per requirement in the case ofONU for large no. app 1lcations e.:t~.deo (option.e NT device may be implemented as a separate box in case it is a third party item. are termed as ONU.mth>CN...1. EI through TOM overIP External Gateway...1 Note: I ----- The ONU/ONTs shall provide 1) User-interfaces (UNl) towards the customers and 2) Uplink (IFf{)N) interfaces to uplink local traffic towards an OLT.. p::irf" no( """"""Y. The UNI are integrated ill the ONT box to provide datil. where the fibre termination shall rake place at the premises. There shall be various options provided to purchaser such' as m:N where m = 1 or 2 and N '" 4.g. as descri bed in clause 2. IP Video. Whereas the access nodes in FITBIFTTCIF17Cab architectures. WiFi support as per IBEE 802. .~is'"'~<Ali<ctriIh>Qirler1l<:e&p.nlsmm.) ~ 1'1. split options upto N '" 32 shall atleast be demonstrated.k lrI<r&e ~oo. v. towards the 0 LT and: UNI interface towards the customer of high>"ffii"u ~«gth mmm.figuratiotl 2. QN'Fs are deployed in Fibre To The Home (FITH) and Fibre To The Business (F1TB) architectures.:tm.T Recs. Optical splitters capable of providing upto 1:64 optical split.l is rP: tml. in FTTB installed in the MTIJIMDU over Ethernet or VDSL2 backward compatible with ADSL2+.t a typical distance of NT for households shall be VDSL2.

Whereas. These architectures are suitable for densely populated residential areas comprising of mainly individual households. In PTTH architecture. if any.supported by the system.b architectures. as shown in figure 3 called UN!.2. there are two possible sceneries in this archi tecnrre. In FITB architecture. RF video ports (Physical connectors} RF video output bandwidth RF output level (nominal @870Mfh. 1. The ATM encapsulation. SdBm input power and 3. In FITC and FITC:. To support such flexible options.652 fibre shall primarily be used between OLTand ONUs/ONTs. Based on home and business applications. 14dBmV OdB installs an ONT and connects to OLT in CO directly Or through cascaded splitter stages. Special access fibre e. services provided by the service provider. and service interfaces: The GPON equipment • • shall provide three types of interfaces. DSL based acces may be used for longer distances in FTTBIFTTCIF1iCab architectures.993. ITU-T Rec. SNl depends on th. User-network UN! ONU OLT SNI Network Unit G_984. G. 4: Network arcbitecture Note: Direct Etbernet access to ONU (upto lOOMbls) over copper-pairs can be used. The user Female F-type oonne<::tor . The possible examples of UNI are described in clause 1. 0.4 2. however the implementation shall be an optional item on purchaser's requirements. The purchaser may convey specific interface requirements as well as quantity of sucl . UNIs shall be supported for various services as envisaged for differerr Categories/Types of ONU/ONTs. in FlTC. through VDSL2 as per ITO-T Rec.1 The VDSL2 specifications Equlpmeu GPON t iuterfacfIi equipment shall be as. applications. fibre is extended rightupto the building.5% OMI) RF output tilt 2. If RP video is not used. users might prefer to avail direct fibre access to ONU over Ethernet interface. campus etc. There shall be provision for POTS and VDSL2 interfaces towards users at ONUs. the ONU 'shall provide options for direct Ethernet access as well as DSL based access. the fibre is brought even close" upto a roadside telephone pole in the distance range of 200-400 m from end users. interfaces. fibre lemlination takes place right up to individual home. Nute: 2. Service-node OLI detailing examples of SNI in Appendix II The SNI at OL T is envisaged to provide various Gigabit Ethernet and/or 100 Etherne interfaces.3. 52-870M_H2. scenarios is based on the user access to ONU. if user location i within -100 meter reach of ONU in an MDUfMTI) in FITB architecture. Usually.g. iutel"face (SNI) Optical Line Termination Network Termination b. 2. fibre penetration takes place up to the curb (200-400m) or cabinet (iOOO-2000m) from user locations. The examples 0 f SNI are described i:n clause l.1. 0.2 based NTs_ Whereas in Scenario #2. 3.per ITU-T Rec.4. The main difference for the afore-mentioned.1_Ft aNT NT Optical Optical Network Termination interface (UNI) The ONU/ONT provides various application interfaces towards users. The access to the users simi! be provided mainly through "Vt/SL2 as the NT device over copper pairs. shall be terminated right at the ONU. support: Fibre plant fOI" PON ITO-T Rec. this architecture may serve . FITB for business applications. this node may serve -50·0-1000 customers or households. FlTB for residential applications in MOU.993. the" WDM coupler may not be necessary unless additional wavelengths (CWDMfWDM) are proposed to be used by purchaser.8-32 customer drops (copper). Table-]. as described in Fig. G.2 detailing with examples of UN! in Appendix II.5 of connectors shall be indicated by the purchaser. shall support SNI towards core network.. . RFvideospedficalions from users). To a rough approximation. namely User-N etwork Interface (UNI) Service-Node Interface (SNl) PON interface (IFPONl Home network • Access network a. The users in Scenario # I shall mainly access the ONU through use of in-building copper runs. A mix of these applications in MDUIMTU.656 fibre may also be used for FTTBIFTfH intra-building.

) over VDSL2.7 11 framing). etc. Internet. . POTS through VoIP.) over fibre. VOD.I shall support the following service categories.. telemedicine. The scenarios identified in Clause 2 J. file exchange. Specific.) over direct Ethernet over COpper or through VDSI2. Asymmetric broadband services (e. etc. etc. Note L The above service descriptions are indicative of possibilities and not for exact specification. digital broadcast TV services. content broadcast. Asymmetric broadband services ( a. telemedieine. online-game. POTS through VoIP.248 <-> V5. The voice traffic shall be terminated at OLT across IP over Ethernet interfaces (with SIP signalling and ltV -T Rec.g. ThE purchasershall indicate the requirement of the interfaces. on! ine-gamiug. etc. FlTH applleatiens In this scenario.ndemand. The lIiyer-2 control protocol between ONU/ONT and OL T shall be Ethernet over OEM.. OLT also provides (lFPONl interfaces towards ONUs for GPON transport. The GPON parameters to. and .TOM over packet. e-mail. The power-supply failurefEMS server break-downrbugs in the software shall not affect the current tributary-connection map. It is measured in kin and it is not limited by PMD parameters but rather TC layer and implementation issues. online-gaming. VoD.g. Hot-swapping capability shall be provided for all cards/units including standby power supplies.OLT directions. internet..7 c.) CIvetdirect Ethernet over copper or through VDSL2.. TDMoP support shall be relevant to E 1 lines. distance learning. e-mail. e-mail. file download. ete. Bit-rate options a. The hot-swapping ofa card/unit shall not affect working of any other tributaries. Vidoo.6 Logical reaehe The maximum logical reach is defined as the maximum length between ONU/ONT and OLT that can be achieved for a particular transmission system independently from optical budget It j s measured in km and it is not limited by PMD parameters. No EMS notification or system setting shall be required for extraction or insertion OhD)' unit/card. file exchange. file download. file download. file download. of OSL. 2. b_ FlTC and FrfCab applleatteas In this architecture.x. as needed. TOM supportshall be provided through TDM over Packet (TDMoP) option.16 Mbfs in the upstream ONTIQNU . OLT - b. but rather TC layer and implementation issues. FfTB for residentia~ applications. An external SIPIH..(.4.9S4. These interfaces are the-reference points RlS and SIR respectively in figure 3. S yrnmetric broadband services (e. Symmetric broadband services (e. POTS through VoW.g. content broadcast. Note 2. file exchange. rON interfaces (IFPON) The ONUs shall provide OF!'ON) interfaces towards OLT for GPON transport. FTTB architecture.g.c. Definition and explanation 6f important parameters of GPON . d. the following service categories are envisaged: Asymmetric broadband services (e. The GPON system shall support a logical reach upto 60 km. content broadcast. TDMoP services. 1.POTS through VoIP. etc. L I.. Internet. Video-ondemand. Transport ofvoice services shall be supported as Voice over Packet between ONT/ONU and OLT. b. file exchange. requirements may be suitably planned and conveyed by purchaser. The OLT shall interface the core network at various Ethernet interfaces. telemediclne. distance learning. purchaser. be defined nominal bit-rates are as follows- by the downstream and upstream.) over direct Ethernet over copper or through VDS L2.) over fi bre. In a similar manner. Maximum differc. as detailed later in the GR.g. digital broadcast TV services.32 Mb/s in the downstream ONT/ONU and 1244. thus creating a sirup le evolution path to an all lP network with soft-switches. if any. Internet. .5 Both IPTV and RF-broadcast to the. content broadcast. G. g. etc. distance learning. The removal/replacement 0 f all)' unit shall also not affect the existing connection-map. modes shall be supported for residential deploymenrsas options The serv ice interface for B I shall be . The details of the service support are also available in Appendix tIfClause I.At least a physical reach 0[20 krns shall be demonstrated. Symme-tric broadband services (e.) over direct Ethernet over copper or through VDSL2. No reconfiguration shall be called for against this action. TDM lines and voice transp6rt optiom.g. shall be terminated in the ONU node ill all deployment 2. The maximum differential logical reach shallbe 20 kms as per GPON standards G.2 gateway maybe used for interfacing PSTNswitcheiS subject to purchaser's requirements.g . FTTB for business applieafions. the following service categories are envisaged: Asymmetric broadband services (e.) over VDSL2.. The differential logical reach is the maximum difference in logical reach among all ONUs. The service support for various FTIX deployment architectures are summarized below.. e-mail.ntial logical reach. digi!al broadcast TV services. The GPON system shall support a bit rate of 2488. are categorized c. Note 3.. etc. group so ftware. Note: ATM encapsulation arch! teetures. 2. They are PON-specific interfaces that shall support all the protocol elementi necessary to allow transmission between OLT and ONU/ONTs.2 A broad 6veniew of services in various FI'TX arehlrectures. digital broadcast TV services. Symmetric broadband services (e.

Subscriber (peer to peer-P2P) communication shall be allowed only through OLT. 16 Mbills Table 2f-2_&pstI.. POTS (purchaser shall specify exact number of ports). A typical distance from target users may be I 00-150m. video & data. ONU & ONT equipment arehfteeture The equipment architecture of OND as well as ONT is kepi out of the scope of the OR and as such the implementation is entirely left open to the equipment manufacturer/supplier. . In the case of Business as well as high density residential applications. to othe in thes: suppot 3.2.1 Types of equipment: On the basis of target applications. Purchaser shall specify exact number of pons required and also the no. Type Type 3: MDU-ONU (M-ONU) for FITB applicatiolls io MDU. STB. It shall be possible to lim. through a home Ethernet bridge). 1. Specifications for GPON system censtlrueuts fOil" 3. I.1 POTS Type I: H-ONT for residential broadband servtee deUvilry. RF video interface over coaxial 'F' connector (optiona I to purchaser's req uirements).0 various topologies: - 3. 33 100lOOBlilleT Ethernet interface (to inter-connect VoIP phones. STB.1 nurn be. separate such ONT/ONUs fur each application with diversified fibre routes. No support for protection (used mainly for residential applications). The system shall be designed considering IOOMbps throughput per 1011(lOBaseX Ethernet UNI port and 4{10Mbps up/down for 1011001] OOBaseX Ethernet UNI . On different TV sets. MACIIP addresses to a port. The parameters are specified relative to an optical section design 0 bj ective ora Bit Error Ratio (BER) not worse than I " 10-10 for the extreme case of optical path attenuation and dispersion conditions. G.11g WiFi interface (in-built/external implementation). ! complete ONU/ONT may comprise of the basic module providing optical inte:rfa~eon the POl' side and some sub-modules providing various UN! interfaces on the user side through OSLAM etc. assumed to be met over the range 0 f standard operating conditions (i.). and 2. Nominal bit rate Table 2c (downstream. . The interlace shall be provided for: Upto 16 POTS through VoIP (purchaser shall specify exact number of ports). The .2 Type 2: Residential-ONU (R-ONU) for FTTCab/FTTC applications.3. This requires . and they include ageing effects.for E I shall be meant for transport applications of TOM to OLT. H-ONT shall provide the following residential broadband services. . if user Location is within -100 meter reach of ON1J in an MDUIMTU.TRee. IOflOOBaseT interfaces for customer LAN connectivity . Direct Ethernet access to ONU Cupto lOOMbls) over copper-pairs can be used.2. Tablc-2 Table in ITU. EI line (for PBX interconnection etc. The ONU for FTTCIFTTCab architectures shall provide VDSL2 interfaces in addition interlaces as mentioned below. 1.. M-ONU is usually installed in the basemen! of the MDU.2 Gbitfs) 3. PC etc. The num her of homes/USers to be served shal I be high deployments..llg WiFi interface (in-built/external implementation) VOSL2 interfaces.11g WiFi interface in the home (in-built/external implementation) 3. I. OND shall have capability to prevent MAC address spoofing..2. W video Interfaces over coaxial female 'F' connector (optional topurchascr's requirements) IEEE 802 . Functional & technical requirements of ONUIONT at UNI 3.TX -dlrection Downstream Upstream Not. . VDSL2 based access may be used for longer distances. Purchaser shall indicate the exact requirement of each interface.e:. there shall be the following types of ONU/ONTs. Thus. partially-protected or unprotected. Purchaser shall specify exact number of ports required. VOS[2 The users shall install an appropriate NT at their premises. Cabinet/Curb-Ol-llf (C-ONU) for fITCablFTT'C applications. Type 3. of access to WiFi users wherever applicable. The users shall install an appropriate NT at their premises. Home-Om (II-ONT) for fTTH applications. MDU-ONU (M-ONlJ) for FITB applications in MDU.3 All parameter values specified are worst-case values. There shall be no layer 2 connectivity between users at ONU.4 Gbit/s) 248832 Mbills Table 2f-J (upstream.• temperature and humidity ranges). The interface support shall be provided for: POTS lOll o 011 OIlOBaseT Ethernet interfaces RF video interface over coaxial female '1" connecter (optional to purchaser's requirements) IEEE 802. . 1.eam. to/lOOBaseT Ethernet interface to inter-connect VolP phones.2 . B'usiness-ONT (B-ONT) for FTn! applications. The M-ONU for FlTB architectures shall provide interfaces to cater to residential as well as business requirements in Multi-Dwelling Unit (MDU). Type 2. Type 4. Service support shall be then fur voice. Type 4: Business-ONT (B-ONT) for FTTH applicatious. O The PON access shall support Set.984. PC etc. Isolation of subscriber traffic to ensure user privacy for ONU. A typical distance from target users may be S{lOm-lOOOm. t (he number of MACIIP addresses per port and to bind the. 2. The ONTIONUs must be ab Ie to communicate with each other in the event of fibre cut 3.4 Preteetiea requirements Iiue to fib re cuts.e . This basic module and the sub modules may be implemented in the same mechaaica package or implemented on different boxes. Purchaser shall specify exact of ports required. Top BI)'J(es (STB) in the home network offering different video channels of IPTV.2 Note I Note 2 Physical interlace req ulremenrs at UNI: Note 3 3:2. thepurchaser may opt for configurable protection as fully-protected.2 Gbjt!s) 1244. IEEE 802.

VI-AN or per-etas. Policing of upstream traffic shall be done at ONU To ensure strict QoS guarantees. by both ONU and ONT. Type 4. the ONU shall need to perform bandwidth control at thl ingress of the Ethernet network.2. of users at ONU). The following capabilities 6_ Security user name and p35SWOrd based euthentication. b. while carrying the live traffic. The service edge and the ONU mus also implement policers and shapers for downstream traffic . the rate in the downstream and upstream directions at UNI ports shall be controllable through EMS of the bidder. c. ONT Ethernet port shall be eonflgurable to accept the following frames. 4096 VLAN. Dyuami~ bandwidth adjustrnent(DBA).VLAN. FEC with operator enable/disable capability in both 3. Bae dwidth m":nagcment. provision for a local management port at Ethernet interface for local troubleshooting. For betterquality of service support. the aNT/aNU isrequired to support 802.g. Channel zapping time The OR envisages distributed channel-change activation at ONU by means of IGMPv2/3 messages. and traffic scheduling at a per~user flow level.2 10. e. shall be supported at UNI for all 'types': Flow control per 802. po lieing and shaping at the ingress of the Ethernet network. For ONU. • • • Type 1. if demanded by at least one user. Home-ONT (H-ONT) for FITH applications. Bandwidth control can be done by per.applicable for ONU only. Different scheduling methods can be applied. When p-bits are combined with VLAN ID for indicating QoS classes.1 p priorities into priori tyqueues in the upstream direction. with po licing at the ingress port of each Ethernet switch. ONT/ONU must support run-time regeneration of the ABS key and encryption using the new key.applicable for ONU only. For ONU. This requirement is applicable for ONU only. it is implied that OLT will proactively monitor US frame for these and reassign BW·MAP as needed to other ONT/ONUs reporting back-pressure in its queues via DBRu. optional support of 802. nUs is required to ensure appropriate levels 0 f service on premium or time-sensitive content. . ONU shall support DHCP relay agent ONU shall support DHCP option 82 for DHCP-based broadband access and shall support DHCP-based authentication for access . Type 3. congestion control and QoS. There shall be support for RS (255. 9. Besides it shall keep the time taken for the multicast join [ow enough to enable the customer to perceive a channel change time of less than a second.6. Layer 2 bridging sU!!'POJrt fOJfvarious ONU/ON1's. 11.3. Concurrent support of idle OEM and piggy-back DBRu mode 0 shall be supported (for OLI only) T-CONTType lto T-CONT type 4 shall be supported.g functions These functions shall include traffic shaping. T" achieve the same. the ONU shall be able to scale upto @1N°10 swaps/minute (where N = No. Note: Flow control shall he supported requirements of the purchaser. Idle GEM DBA shall be supported By 'Idle OEM' support.. ONU shall support two stage of multicasting for Broadcast TV. 256 MAC addresses.1p bridging. Residwtial-ONU (R-ONU) for FTTCab/FITC applications. optional for ONT. Customer VLAN tagged frames Priority tagged frames Untagged frames 802. Piggy-back DBR u report mode (l shall be supported. Note: The above mentioned security capabilities shall he supported by multi-subscriber 7. the ONU shall be downloading 3g0Up of channels commonly seen in the served-area. Channel-chau ge activatioI! Channel change decision shall be taken at ONU to achieve the targets as at sub-clause a) above .1p mode. 64 VLAN. 3. The others shall be as per the 8. nHCP option 81 (lETF RFC 3046) . 'Triple-play' related requirements for ONU a. 64 MAC addresses. Local management port There shall be. congestion control. Type 2.1 x authenticator functionality (port based) MAC address limitation per-port AES (key-size of 128 bill support (optional) per port-id with operator disable/enable capability.3x IOMPv2 snooping . optional for ONT. Line testing In F'ITClFTTCah and FTI1I architectures. I K MAC addresses. the ONU shall allow pre-qualification testing of the 2·wire line from the central location through software. . Other 'niche' channels shall be available in Metro Core. Also for higher security. For a 'niche' channel.applicable for GNU only. The OR assumes an average 6 seconds time between channel-swapping by a user as a design measure. 4096 VLAN. Operator disable/enable shall be done in-band PLOAM message (Encrypt Port-Id) and there is only One AE-S key per ONT/ONU. Stricter guarantees can fue provide. MDU-ONU (M-ONU) for F1TB applications in MOD. 5_ Traffic policin. the network elements should have the ability to queue in function of the VLAN!D. Normally. ONU shall send an IGMP join 10 OLT. optional for ONT. ONT/ONU. lOMP filtering .. IK MAC addresses. Business-ONT (B"OND for FTTH applications. 4.239) upstream and downstream directions.. Further. there shall be robust and programmable buffer management. strict priority and weighted round-robin. 128 multicast groups . The output of the pre-qualification testing shall at least be the maximum downstream and upstream bit rate possible over the line. 1. This function maps 802.

4 FunctioDld & rechuical requirements & gaming services. . of OLT: Suppert for MAC address limiting. Support for packet classification functioDll. The database oflearning should be based on IV L (Independent VLAN Learning) Support ofRSTI' Support oflGMP proxy S02.Maximum bandwidth limiting Minimum guaranteed bandwidth . j. When MAC address limit is reached. SW fabric card and also the system controller card. In case the system controller card failure does not affect the traffic. Hardware capability Number of PON interfaces in a chassis: An OLT shall support PONIIF cards. Netwurk reqntremeats per QNT/ONU to be supported by GPON link shall be Passive 0 plical IJ etwo rk a. The OLT shall have local status monitoring The OL T shall supports LED status indication per OLT port Power: Indicates power on/off status Fail: Indicates internal device failure status Alarm: Indic-ate alarm status d.lx port based security (optional) DHCP relay and relay agent with option 82 fo~ RADIUS authentication k. 4. Ether-type) DOS prevention. » The two ports shall reside on two different cards in case of 1+1 redundancy for uplink port. 0. SSH v 112 for CLI Note. a.2 gateway can be used for connectivity to PSTN switches. VLAN tag value and port-id number. Security: > I 00 ACL support (based on switch port.1 Number of Port-Id/Alloc. e. of lOGE LAN interfaces towards the Core network.0 4.. the ONU shall support DHCP r. The purchaser may demand upto 4 nos.Number of PON interfaces supported per shelf (sub-rack): The OLT shall support 32 . c. The operator shall be able to enable/disable MAC address learning function and configure the MAC learning aging time.on at OLT. switch-fabric cards and controller cards. Feature. b. VLAN and Port-id mapping: The OL T shall have a function to store the corresponding relationship of user ID. The transmission methode logy should be bidirectional by the use of wavelength di vi sion multiplexing (WDM) technique On a single fibre compliant with ITU-T Rec. . VS.. ' b. Dynamic Bandwidth Allocation (DBA)..Concurrent support of idle GEM! and piggy-back DBRu mode 0 support . External SIPIH. Supporn learniag and aging time c:onflgurati..248 signaling. The number shall be operator programmable. The OLT shall support the following VLAN operation VLAN insertion in ingress process VLAN removal in egress process VLAN stacking per 802. VLAN 0 and 4Q95 are reserved and not used in the OL T system. Protection requirements '. 3. Functional and architectural requirements OLT shall transparently support SIPfH.Number of interfaces towards the Core. MAC learning shall be supported at OLT Port-id-based VLAN shall be supported at OLT VLAN stacking towards the network at the OL T shall be supported g. .lad. .-Id communicated by purchaser. Bidirectional transmission shall be accomplished using WDM technique on a single fibre. subsequent MAC addresses from that specific aNT UN! will not be learned..Idle GEM DBA .1 X packets (optional) Support orONT/ONU Ethernet port authentication i. Ip mapping . b. Filtering by destination MAC address and protocol type Filtering by destination MAC address Filtering by source MAC address Filtering of802.The fibre protection scheme at the individual PON line card granularity shall be optional to purchaser requirements.Switch fabric in OLT shall be able to handle full wired speed throughputs. . network: An OLT shall have the provision to terminate the following interfaces: .. network side interface cards..T-CONT Type I to Type 4.A minimum of 2 x GigE and 2 x lOGE LAN interfaces per shelf shall be supported towards the core network.The OLT chassis should be able to configure up to 4094 (1-4094) VLAN. ? 1+1 redundancy is required for uplink card. and capabilities.248 .Piggy-back DBRu report mode 0 .PON interfaces per shelf (sub-rack) or more. - VLAN function.652. MAC address. 1+ 1 redundancy for this card is not required. The operator shall be able to set the maximum number of MAC addresses from an ONT UN! at the OL T. of GigE and 4 nos. Classification based on VLAN ID Classification based on 802.For DHCP based access for entertainment option 82 for line ideotiflcaticn. Filtering (unctions at OLT. Layer 2 management and QoS support .1 p bit DSCP to 802.Two or more level (preferred four) classes of classification .

2 I Note: Adapter sleeve >55 > 55 upe connectors are good enough when the video overlay is not deployed .0 12.6 16. Optical WDM eoupler specificadons S. The fibre types used in the manufacturing of Passive Optical Splitter. A 1:32. Ceramic (Zirconia) Ceramic (Zirconia) I _ 1260-136bnm/1480-1580nm·1 < 0. Splitte. Table 4.4 9 . and polarization conditions.2 17. worst point bands Port 3-·21port 3-1 Port to port excluding loss Port 3-2/port 3-\ Port to port excl uding loss Port 3-2/port 3-1 Port to port excluding Joss All ports over data hands over data I connector connector connector and video .0 13. 2. The wavelength in the range 1260-13 60nm shall be used for upstream.3: Connector spec:Uica. APC connectors are a must when the video overlay is deployed . mechanical. Ta hie 4.3 0. Splitter Insertion Loss 2x2 20 1. I 2 3 4 Parameters Video band Data bands Data isolation Video isolation Insertion loss . 2:18..3 1 .7 10. All values Listed.ti..1 0.652.0 Operating Wavelength PDL(dB) I I261l-13 60nm fl4BO-IS 800m < 0. I.. hN Symmetrical splitter . 4.optical sp eelflea lions Minimum 1539 1260 1480 2() Maximum 1565 1360 1500 Un.1 Optical splitter specifications Passive optical splitter bank must include 1xN. in this Table do not account for connectors.ons The following optical specifications must be met under any combination of . G.4 Ii 2. 2xN (with 1 & 2 representing number of input ports and 'N' several output ports). d The PON system shall support mxN architecture..2 7. and polarization conditions. 2xIO 2d2 2d6 2x24 2x32 5 db Maximum (dB) (CR) 4.6 I 1. 1: 16. specifications must be met Under any combination of run nm nm .6\1. The exact requirement of optical interfaces fOI" hN and 2xN splitters shall be specified by the purchaser based on the optical power-budge! calculation. mechanical.9 12. envirunmental. There shall be optiou to purchaser for usc of 15 50run for overlay RF video applications.4 1.6 0. The overall lowest possible maximum insertion loss (dB) for II splitter is given in tables below.5 1.0 2x4 2x6 I.5 O} L1. db db The following optical specifications: must be met under any combination of environmental. 2IN Symmetrical splitter .0 8.2 > 55 > 55 * ReturlI Loss (dB) Directivity (dB) Fiber type Single-mode fibre Ta hie 4. and polarization conditions Specifications Unit Parameter Conditiou Minimum Maximum Insertion Loss (CR) Mated pair b2 b4 7.: insertion Loss Maximum (dB) (CR) Uniformity Maumum I (dB) I 1 )1. mechanical. 14.1 Return Loss Ferrule material UPC APC so 60 OJ dB dB dB Uo. 1:8. Directivily (dB) Fiber Type Single-mode fibre Ta hie 4.c. .8 0.1. connectors shall be compliant with rru-T Ree.8 .2J 1.nnily Maumllm (dB) Operating Wave!cnith PDL(dB) Return Loss (dB) 0.5 17.6 11. 1:4 split options per PON interface on OL T shall be supported.1.1 db 7 PMD ps Remarks Lambda 3 Lambda I Lambda 2 Port 3-1.1 'I 22 I.5 hS 1:1:6 IlI:8 hlO lx12 1::1:16 1x24 lx32 4.8 6 Insertion loss 0.lfo..0 .6 9.1 0.° 15. All values Listed in Ibis Table do not account for connectors.1.8 \ 3.No.optical sp eclfleatlons The following optical.1 13.

This configuration reduces cost of duplexing the ONUs.These protection schemes shall be optional to purchaser's requirements.1.3ae. Type D: If the ONUs are installed in the customer buildings.8 9 10 II 12 4. Type C: The third configura tion (Figure 5c) doubles not only the 0 LT side facilities but also th ONU side. IOGSase LAN interface as per IEEE 802. 100[lBa:. the ONUs and OL T are sin. The different GbE interfaces and 10GBaseLAN interfaces may be· implemented through the use of SFP and XFP respectively. although only the OL T sid the can be recovered.'I_~ case. 1.2006 on Ethernet Media Converter.: GRIEMe· 0IlOl. Type A: The first conflguranon doubles only the optical fibres. and video data and video data and video data and video Etbern et interface requh-emeuts at SNI of OL T: The fo Uowing Ethernet interface options shall he supported..O G. the UN! interface of the OLT may be GbE as mentioned below and the purchaser shall indicate the exact interface requi rement.1. 4. The specifications for these interfaces shall comply with TEe GR No.Duplex GPON system: Fibre duplex system S.2 PMD 0. as shown in Figure 5a). the last configuration (Figure 5d) permits a parti . and tile. if each ONU is owned by a different user. In thi Figllr~ Sb/G. However. . splitter has two input/output ports 011 the OL side.1. Figure SafG.gular. the protection architecture 0 OPON is considered to enhance the reliability of the access networks. 3. the full duplex cost enables a high reliability. the in-house wiring mayor rna not be duplexed. The following configuration schemes are given as examples for implementation of variou protection mechanisms in OPON network such as unprotected. Configuration schemes From the viewpoint of administration of the access network. the reliabilii requirement depends on each user and only a limited number of ONUs may have the duple configuration. In this configuration. This Figure shows an example where there are duplex (ONU#l) and single (ONU#N) ONUs. protection shal be considered as an optional mechanism because its implementation depends 00 the realizatioi of economical systems.984.G&i.984.JUN. In the case of p2p application. Therefore. recovery from failure at any point is possible by switching t the standby facilities.e8X (50ll-multi·mode) interface ] OO[JBaseLX (1011single-mode @1310nm) interface ]OO[lBase ZX (1011single-mode@ ]550) interfaces. Additionally. Based on this consideration. Actual interface type shall be communicated by purchaser.Duplex GPON system: OLT-only duplex system Type B: The second configuration (Figure 5b) doubles the PON ports and the optical fibre between the OLTs and the optical splitter.1 ·1 ps ps/n CD Input power 24 dbm db db Directivity Return Loss ~~ 55 ports bands All ports bands All ports bands All ports bands Ail1 ports bands All over over over over over data and video ~ta duplexing on the ONU side. 2. partially protected and full: protected .

no redundancy 01 Coutrol/Proccssor unit shall be required.15.ons.2 In field: In the case EI service is offered. The switching-over time from working switch matrix card to standby card shall be complete( within 50 rns. system Note.984. there shall be provision for dual-feed arrangement to the chassis power-supply.0 . The performance data as envisaged above shall be. the system shall revert to its pre-failure NMS. types ~hould be possible in the GPON system.Equipmcnt red:undancy ~-----I.j PON L YeO) The equipment shall provide complete redundancy for: 1. if the Control/Processor unit failure does result in traffic failure. Further. The second one 11 activated by administrative events. SwitchlMlltrix There shall be provision for a parallel hot -stand by MAC switch fabric at O LT to take-over traffic during failure of the working card.\0 for 24 hours pvc . The Switching mechanism is generally realized by the OAM function. BER performance over simulated hop shall be teste better than I xlu. the OLT shall support IEEE 802.1 w on those interfaces.1 . if required.0(fyp' BfC/D). the following two types of protection switching shall be made available both of whi( are analogous to those of SDJi systems: i) Automatic switching and 5.984.1 Duplex GPON system: Partial duplex cilufiguratio!l Pretectien on the OLT SM section There shall be support of multiple Ethernet service network interfaces (SNI) from each OLT.. ControliProcessor If the Contrcl/Processor unit failure does not affect the working traffic. Figure 5c/G. II) laboratory.3ad Ethernet link aggregation.. Power supply . etc. such as loss of signal. and RSTP as pI IEEE 802. Figut'" 5d/G. IETF RFC 2544 conformance/performance shall be tested for end-to-end Etherru service.Duplex GPON . and so on. 2. If the power-supply is provided through a centralized power-supply unit at chassis-level. The first one is triggered by fault detection. sud that in case of failure of one feed.OLY ii) Forced! switching. Immediate upon insertion of a healthy card.sySlem: Full duple>. 6.ensured all clients at UNIINNUSNl. slg~al d~grade I$ER becomes worse than the predetermined ~shold). ~olh. OlT [!'ON IT(l)i iI'{)NLT(O)i 3. a hot standby power-supply shall be provided at chassis-level. even though they are optional func~. • 'The changeover for all redundancy 7_0 Performance requirements The equipment shall be tested for error performance as follows. therefore.• an emulated 81 (fDMoP) in an end-to-end configuratioi IETF RFe 2544 conformance/performance shall be tested for end-to-end Ethernet service. then (J + I) hOI· standby mode redundancy of Control/Processor shall be provided in the equipment. F( redundancy. .'EMS configuration. fibre replacement. loss of frame. ihe required OAM information field should be reserved in the OAM frame. . to ensure smooth working of Ihl equipment during failures. Possible switching types for PON prereenon In case the purchaser asks for protection in the PON section as detailed in Clause 5. However. such as fibre rerouting. the system shall be able 10 function in a healthy marme wi thout traffic interruption. In the case HI service is offered" BER performance over simulated hop Shall b tested better than IdO-1O for 24 hours over an emulated EI (TDMoP) in an end-to-en configuration. actions shall be completed with in SOms..

3. Business-OtfT (B.r. it should be designed to support wall-rnountiru installation. hN sym. the accuracy 0 downstream signal shall be that of a stratum-4 clock (3. The applicable tests shall be conducted for respective environmental categories as follows: En. Alarms The alarms and consequent actions shall be possible 10 monitor equipment be as per ITU.vironmental requirements for various GPON coostituents.1 MaintenanC". 4.1 3. 82 Timing output interface The OLT shan provide a timing-output interface at 2048 KHz for external synchronization.T Reo.0 3. Mechanical stand a rds a. Cabinet/Curb-ONU (C·ONU) for FTTCa:blFTTC applications: QM-333 '0' category Type 3.984. There shall be proper covers ingress of dust. d. series of Recommendations. The permanent wiring such as distribution of power supply and ground etc. No mini rack shall be accepted. Green colour for healthy and Red colour unhealthy conditions would be provided.984. 0.812. 3.• No side-way opening of the rack shall be allowed.x. in saline atmosphere near coastal s. As lli~ ONT is located in customer premises.I 0. Th output specifications shall conform to lTU-T Rec. the downstream bit-rate shall b traceable to stratum-I clock (PRC). hold-over mode accuracy./ . Frequency accuracy./ .the tight grip to avoid jacking problems. c. a.8.3 b..1 Syncb ro IIization reference The synchronization timing reference shal I be an external timing reference source at 2048 KHz. 4. ONTUIONTIOLT . OLT shall provide ccmpliance to QM-333 'B2' category. The ETSI racks shall also be accepted. 0. A test certificate from the manufacturer will be acceptable. The calculations shall be based on the guidelines as in BSNL-QA document: QM-IIS· "Reliabifity Methods and Predictions".~hroniza lillll requirements When OLT and ONU are in their normal operating state. pull-in and pull- The equipment shall be able to perform satisfactorily without any degradation at an altitude up to 4000 meters above mean-sea-level. During Type Approval and supply of the equipment. sub-racks/ main-racks Or similar arrangements to avoid th f.0 9. The sub-rack shall be fitted with mother-board duly masked to avoid short-circuiting.0 4. The connectors.1 via EMS &.4 3.. the racks and sub-racks quality supplied b the manufacturer shall be ensured. The purchaser may specify specific requirements. The OLT equipment shall be housed in the standard 19" racks. The PCBs shall have the provision of locking! screwing to the sub-rack. When OLT is in free-running mode.2 10.0 9. g. .3 The equipment shall he able to work without any degradation areas and should be protected against corrosion. perf ormance monltoring & supervisory signals The maintenance signals philosophy shall be as per ITU-T Rec.metric~1 spfitrers At Cabinet: QM-333 '0' category. Wherever the visual indications are provided.2xl 0-5). Home-ONT (1I-0NT) tor FTTH applications: QM-333 'B2' category Type 2. A quality plan describing the quality assurance system followed by the manufacturer would be required to be submitted to BSNLQA.0 Syn. as applicable. Some colour may be used for non-urgent alarms.2 The equipment shall be designed for continuous operation.984 series Recs. clock bandwidth and frequency out range shall be as per ITU. 01"1 the e.i.. LCT of th 4./ . b."Specification for environmental testing of electronic equipment for transmission and switching use". 0. mother-board shall hay shall take place to PCBs when Loaded in the wrong slot except in power suppl units.. At MDUfMTU: QM-333· 'B2' category At Central/Remote Office: QM-333 'B2' category. 600 nun rack or slim rack with a maximum height of 275(1 nun. shall be pre-wire.used on the PCB and their mating-cnnnectorson. 3. The equipment shall be manufactured in accordance wi th international quality standards to meet the quality requirement of BSNL-QA wing. 8. The PCB's back and forth movement shall be very smooth without any si gnificant sideways play. This requirement sha' be optional 10 purchaser 's requirement. MOU·ONU (M-ONU) for FTTB applications in MOU: QM-333 'B2' category Type 4. No damage The equipment shall conform to the requirements for environment as specified in BSNL-QA document: QM-333 (issue: 2-1998) ./ En vironrnental requirements for various ONUs shall be as follows: Type 1.QNT) for FTI'H applicarions: QM-333 'B2' category . Quality requirements The manufacturer shall furnish the MTBF IMTIR values.5 Visual indication to show power ON/OFF status shall be provided.

manufacturer/supplier maintenance.g. provided for 5. power-surge and power blowouts. The power rating shall be clearly marked on tbe device. Pow. The power rating shall be clearly marked on the device. The ONU shall provide external 4·6 hours battery backup (to be specified by purchaser for the exact backup duration) to withstand commercial power outages. The equipment shall be adequately protected in case of vo ltage variation beyond the range as specified above and also against input reverse polarity. of faults in the system and faulty units.3 5. In such an event. SOJaHz for the following: Type L Home-ONT (II. Type 4. Wid power . supplier shall give a two years notice to the purchaser so as to stock the life-time spares.. The adaptor can be external or internal to the device. and it) Distributed on-board. The derived DC voltages in the equipment shall have protection against over-voltage. 2xN syn:. At MDUIMTIl: QM-333 'B2' category At Central/Remote Office: QM-333 'B2' category.O 5. Power supply Power supply requirements for various GPON oonstituc!lts: so 6. DLCfRSUIRLU locations). c.5 average traffic in erlangs for POTS and 4-6 hours averageusage time for 10/10 0/100 OBase interface with 30% activity factor. The equipment shall operate over this range without any degradation in performance. the power backup requirement for ONT is left to the purchaser's discretion. the adaptor for AC e-e DC conversion shall be splitters At Cabinet: QM-333 'D' category. any other suitable method shall be. The power backup requirement for R-ONU is left to the purchaser's discretion. The purchaser would like to stock spares as and when the supplier decides to close down the production of the offered equipment. The actual power rating! consumption to be furnished by the manufacturer on the equipment. d. OLT and related... i) Centralized power supply with 1+ 1 redundancy. The ON!] shall be designed to have protection of power transient."tlCurb ONU (C-ONU) at Remote Office The nominal power supply shall be -48V DC with a variation in the range from -40'V to -60V for R-ONU fOT FITCab applications (when installed at Remote Office e. However. This assumes 0.D.analysis through monitoring sockets. power-surge blowouts.. the adaptor for AC . The equipment In case of DC operation. The equipment shall operate over this range without any degradation in performance. The actual power rating/ consumption to be furnished by the manufacturer on the equipment. The equipment shall be adequately protected in case of voltage variation beyond the range as specified above and also against input reverse polarity. shortcircuit and overload.c. e'luipment in CO Nominal power supply is -48V DC with a variation in the range from -40V to -60V. The OLI system shall be provided with at least two power feeds . Business·ONT (B-Own for ITI"H applications. MDU-ONU (M-ONU) for FITB applications in MDU. The derived DC voltages in the equipment shall have protection against over-voltage.6 Ratings and types of fuses used are to be indicated by the supplier. The backup system should have a low voltage cut -off at battery voltage below 1O. The adaptor can be either internal or external to the device.1 MaintenaQCe requirements Maintenance philosophy is to replace faulty unhs/subsystems after quick on-line. e The battery shall have a minimum llfe of2 years..centralized power supply 01 distributed on-hoard power supply as follows. power supply 5.4 shall have easy access for servicing and maintenance. shortcircuit ami overload.enls: Cabi. Type 3. At MDU/MTU: QM-333 'B2' category At CentrallRemote Office. QM-333 'B2' category. However.1 a. The . The replacement of the battery shall not cause any service interrupdo». D The system shall be equipped to test.8 The supplier shall have maintenancerepeir facility in India. Powering requirements. Powering requirements: Cabinet/Curb ONU (C-ONli) al Curb {installed at street-oabinets ete.e... 50+/-SHz for this case.7 5. S.0 6. The corrective measures at site shall invol Vel replacement of faulty units/sub-systems.5V to prevent overdraw.5 5.ON!) for FTI"H applications. Conneeto. at least for I 0 years from the date of supply. The ONT shall be designed to have protection of power transient.Low capacity (means going 10 shutdown soon).2 5. The shall furnish the list of recommended spares fur three years 5. The actual repair will be undertaken at centralized repair centers.ri!!g re'luir". Supplier should guarantee the spares long as the equipment is in service. Suitable alarms shall be provided fur identification Suitable potential-free contacts (preferably)/or extension of audio/visual alarms. Powering rcquil"'meots: ONT The primary [Xl'iWI source shal! be 160-270Vac.DC conversion shall be provided. alarm indications and Built-in Test Equipment. d. In case of DC operation.. b.] The primary power source shall be 160-270Vac. At Cabinet: QM-333 'D' category.power consumption shall be minimal. monitor and report (through EMS and LeT) the following: l> Battery presentor not (assessed by voltage of the battery) }> Battery useful or not (assessed by a short periodicdischarge/charge test) }. The power consumption shall be minimal.

calsafety requirements The equipment shall meet the optical safety requirement as per IEC~0825-1 and ALSO/APR procedure of ITU. If the fiber is broken or an optical connector is opened. sub-assembly replacement. Precautions for installation.0 - Documeotatiol:! Technical Iiterature in. AU the necessary cormectors. Detailed ordering information fur all the replaceable jiarts shall be listed in the manual to facilitate recording of spares.:T and ONT max TX level is +4dBm). 10. if used in the system.0 10. The equipment shall have a terminal for grounding the rack. lEe 61 010-1 (200 I) with oorrigendum-l(2002) and corrigendurn-Z (2003) . by purchaser. and measurement techniques of Name or EMC Standarde lEe 61000-4-2 Electrostatic discharge immuniry test". 6 and 7 of TEC Standard No. troubleshooting and. Types of connectors. to radial~d RF: e) Immunity 9. Systematic trouble shooting chart (fault-tree) shall be given for the probable faults with their remedial actions. Repair mallual . Equipment safety req uirements Protection against short circuit/open circuit in the accessible points shan be provided. Optical aecessport The optical access ports should be designed to protect themselves against the entry of dust when they are not occupied by an external fibre-optic connection. shall be self protective against entry of dust when not occupied by external patch! cord.2006 with Amendment No. lUI Name of EMC Stan."Safety Requirements for Electrical Equipment for Measurement. shall also be acceptable till March 2009. the laser shall be automatically shut down or the optical power to be decreased to a value less than -10 dBm. extender-boards. a) Ceaducted and radiated emission: of radio 10. operatio n and maintenance manual It should cover the following: Safety measures to be observed in handling the equipment.the testing conducted against the ClSPR 22 (2003) or its later editions with associated limits for Class A as given in tables 4(a) or 4 (al). extender-cables and accessories essential for installation. 5(a) or 5(al) .The equipment shall conform to the EMC requirements as per the following standards and limits indicated therein. Alte. j i) Air discharge level 3 {± 8 k V} or higher voltage. in the operating manuals which should be in conformity with the detailed list in the OR Software and the arrangement to load the software at site. SDIEM[-02f03 May. The quantity shall be as ordered.2006 .7.2 - Name of EMC Standard: Radiated RF Electromagnetic Limitse- lEe 61000-4-3 (2006) Field Immunity test" "Testing and measurement technfques- . operation and maintenance. Limih:i) To comply with Class A as per the specific requirement) of CISPR 22 {'2006} ii) 111. Test jigs and. The equipment shall have visual warning and controls ensuring danger-free operation.1 Operating personnel safety ~eqnir='Qts The operating personnel should be protected against shock l1azards as per IS 8437 {199 3} "Guide OIl tne meets of current passing through the human body" [equivalent to lEe publication 60479]. English language only shall be accepted. 0.shooting and sub-assembly replacement shall be provided.01. fixruresrequired and procedures for routine maintenance. to be used and the accessories of the approved quality shall be clearly indicated. Installa tion s par-es. The instrument shall conform 10 the relevant clauses o f the document No. All switches/controls on front panel shall have suitable safeguards against accidental nperations.2 Note. If an RFv!deC)~ove. Optical connectors. adopters.01. there shall be additional safety requirements on the optical transmitters as these are high-power devices.0 . with 9. 1 dated 01.664 (latest edition) On Class B laser . operation and maintenance of the equipment shall be deafly indicated and supplied along with the equipment. Illustration of internal and external mechanical parts.T Rec. Opti. b] Immunity to Electrostath: discharges (20ot) "Testing.dard: "CISPR 22 {20()6}-Limitll and methods of measurement disturbance characteristics of Information Technology Equipment".rlay is used. 9. connecting required cables and accessories 10.m.1 dated 01. Control and laboratory use".2008. The optical access pen shall be so positioned on the card as 10 be easy-to-clean by the user as well as for operation/handling purposes. It should cover the following: List of replaceable parts used including weir sources and.e values of limits shall be as per TEC Standard No.eral Electromagnetic CtImpatibility (EMC) Requirements: .1 i) Limits: Contact discharge Ievel z {~4 kV} or higher voltage. preventive maintenance. Special tools. Test fixture 'and accessories required tor repair shall also be indicated.0 Ac=~ories The supplier shall provide complete set of: for satisfactory and convenient operation of the equipment. Amendment No.9tively. Gen.. OI. Procedure for troubl e-. SDIEMI-02103 May.0 7. the approving authority. in the range of + 17dBm to +20dBm (in comparison.2008.3 8. A test certificate WIld test report shall be furnished from a test agency.

4 GHz to 2. Altel1lativ>ely.. (a) 0. I dated 01.2008. the testing against 61000-4-4 (1995) with Amendment (2000) & Amendment No.0 GHz. the testing against 61000-4-6 (2O'!H) above mentioned voltage & frequency Limits shall aiso be acceptable. mentioning above facts.e .}in the frequency range 150 kHz-SO MHz for AC I DC line. d) Immunity to fast transients (burst): "Testing and measurement ranges Name ofEMC Standard: IEC 61000. calibrations in order. 5 kV for signal I control I data I telecom Alternatively. may be acceptable. required for performing the tests according to the EMe test methods audited.sPR and their corresponding Euro Norms are as follows: lEerCrSPR CISPR22 LEe 61000-4-2 lEC 61000-4-3 IEC 61000-4-4 LEe 61000-4·5 61000-4·6 EUr<! NOI"lll Immunity to surges: Name of EMC Standard: Surge immunity test" IEC 61000-4-5 (2005) EN 55022 EN EN EN EN EN EN 61000-4-2 61000-4-3 6100'0-4-4 61000-4-5 61000-4-6 61000-4-i "Testing & Measurement techniques for i) For mains power input ports : (alLO kV peak open circuit voltage for line to ground coupling (b) 0. 2 (2006: to conducted disturbances induced by radio- techniques-Immunity Limits:Under the test level 2 {3 V r.5 kV peak open circuit. corresponding relevant Euro Norms of the above IECICISPR standards are also acceptable sobjiect to' the condition that frequency range and test level are met as per above mentioned sub clauses (a) to (g) and TEe Standard No.4.5 k V peak open circui t voltage for line to line coupling ii) For telecomports . provided along with EMe test report.m. till March 2009. or its later editions with the test level as mentioned in thi. The details of IECfC!. test chamber. e) No. I dated 01. EMC test report from a non-accredited test lab. skilled personnel etc.i) Under Test level 2 {Test field strength of 3 VIm} for general purposes in frequency range 80 MHz to 1000 MHz and ii) Under test level 3 (10 VIm) for protection against digital radio telephones and other Rf devices in frequency ranges 800 MHz to 960 MHz and 1.0 GHz.].2 (2001). Lhnltsr- rsc rae 61000-4-11 1 Alternatively. the testing against 61000-4-5 (2001) or its later the limits as mentioned above in this case shall also be accepted.5 KV peak open circuit voltage for line to line coupling. till March 2009. b) techniques of Note-2: lines. SDIEM!-02f03 MAY 2006 with Amendment No. such accredited lab I accrediting authority should take responsibility of-the test results of the "non accredited lab" along with indication of period of such delegation and the submitted test report should be of such valid period of delegation.01. should be. I above For checking compliance with the above EMC requirements. Note-I: The test agency for EMC tests shall be an accredited shall be submitted. ii)Undertest level 3 (10 VIm) for protection against digita! radio telephones in frequency 800 MHz to 960 MHzaud 1.4 OHz to 6.s.4 (2004) electrical fast transients/burst immunity lest" frequency fields: Maille ofEMC Standard: "Testing & measurement freq uency fields " IEC 61000-4-6 (2004) with amendment I (2004) & amd. till March 2009.2008 and the references mentioned therein unless otherwise specified specifically. a} I kV for ACIDC power lines. field strength of 3 Vim} fur general purposes in frequency range 80 MHz to 1000 MHz and Alternatively. the testing against 6100-4-3 fo llowing test Iimits shall also be acceptable. (2002) or its later editions with the Limits: i)Under Test level 2 {Test. which is audited by an accredited lab I accrediting authority for the availability of all the essential facilities (test equipment. voltage for line to ground (b) 0.01.mativeiy. Alternatively.s case. The audit report. However.· Test Level 2 i. I) editions with Immunity to conducted dlsturball~e induced by Rad. and Signal fContmlltelecom lines. SDIEMH2f03 MAY 2006 with Amendment No. shall also be acceptable. . till March 2009. Of its later editions wi th the agency and details of accreditation A1te. the method of measurements shall be in accordance with TEe Standard No. o. test instructions.

space etc.)( series Recommendations ( OPON. the LCT privilege shall remain for monhoringand for loc. The response time shall however.n the controller ~. bound support for its integration.@ 24 hrs. r: 7. The EMS shall provide the visual presentation of the Network Element's status and the alarms.NE backup software download. 18. processor etc. . The setup/procedure to download the software shall be clearl y rnentionec in the system manual of the equipment.e. to . By zooming-in. 13. 1 week. at any rime by attaching a lim. The management system shall comply with the latest lTU 0. It shall be possible to take any Network Element out-of-service & in-service from the EMS. 2. 2. The configurations of the network elements shall also be stored II" suitable place ill EMS from where it can be retrieved in case of failure.LAN interfaces. provisioning. shall be s[or~ i. meeting the purcbase re~uirements shall be quoted separately by the bidder.APPENDIX-I Element Management System Requirements Part-It 1. I. Messaging system The EMS shall have a messaging system which will generate and send alert messages on e-mai .and shall be sent to central EMS server upon restoration c EMS connectivity. The management menu selections should include the following functionality: Alarm monitoring Customized functions Remote view O. site shall have the facility to be managed by Local craft terminal in the remo sites. LeT and EMS terminal shall be able to display: All alarms and messages of the entire network Each individual Color coded graphical fault display. It shall provide the abilily to drill down to the individual element. 21. performance. 20. !hesuppli~r sh~ ~rovide all necessary interface details (with the documents) for integration 0 Its EMS With existing or proposed NMS (irrespectiveof its brand/make) and also provide tim. 5. The access network management system shall be able to execute and configure the following. I shall be possible. The purchaser shall validate all tbe components of EMS and features of EMS. The EMS shall carry out the systematic Health Monitoring of the elements of the Network Check On the health of the card' of any element of the Network shall be possible througl command with settable periodicity . OLT and all related equipmei L 9. viewing. alarm leggin performance data and performance system diagnostic from GUI. It IS reconunendcd that the response time for query/command on any operator terminal. it is recommended that the performance data of the N. performance history.friendly commands. local OJ remote shall be 10 seconds or better. There shall be no magnetic tapes used for the objective. The supplier shall provide infrastructure requirements to the purchasers for setting up the EMS The items of infrastructure incl ude Ale power. 22. Manufacturer shall provide soft copy of EMS on a CD on per-ink or per-ring basis (or as askec for by the purchaser). h shall also present the complete map of the network domain with suitable icons and in suitable colour like green for healthy. The same shall be provid through user. configurations. Air conditioning load. only DVD. it shall be possible to drill-down up module-level In each NE for configuration and fault management.the designated personnel depending upon the location ofNE..984. It should be possible to generate reports for various types of faults. The EMS shall be multi-user system and based on Graphical Us> Interlace (OUI).. then to C~ and then to port level configuration template from the domain-map by clicking on tJile icon of \ network element. be reviewed depending upon total ME loa and topology by purchaser during testing of EMS. management (NE equipment provisioning. tag to the command and it shall be executed when the Network real time matches the time tag. All th instruments necessary for carrying out validation test shall be arranged by supplier. In case of loss of EMS connectivity. The operator should be able to check system status. under obligation of a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA). . and management privilege control) Configuration. Any other server required f. red for non-operational. 12. 14. 3. 8. . hard -di sk. shall be fault resilient. yellow for degraded mode of operation etc l l. All critical components and units of the EMS i. and database backup). The EMS shall access ar security control for multiple classes access. Configuration of overall equipment with modules (ONU/ONTs.0_ General operational and functional requjreraents An EMS shall be provided along with the FTIX solution for centralized management ar control or the access network. 2. and 1 month. 3. 15. and editing shall be possible from the EMS.. to restart the Network Element from EMS. 10. securi management etc.1 EMS architocture & server hardware specifications Architecture 6. l7. CD-ROM shall be provided. then to subsystem. alarm information. It should also be possible to generate up time-reports to facilitate monitoring performance statistics.e. The configuration of the various network elements like creating.0. Calendar Management modules). 19. The EMS shall provide: Security management ( EMS security control. The Element Manager shall have suitable system level backup meCbanism for taking backup 01 EMS data of at least one month. on generation of alarms . The centralized EMS may consist of standalone application server and database server or it ca be a standalone EMS server subject to scaling requirements. I shall be possible to define both time and date. connection.nONT/ONU FITX management IP management Alarm management Equipment management Log management Loopbaek management . It should be possible to have a view of selected FI'Tx netwo:rk controlled by the Eleme Management ~ystem as per requirement. In case of total loss of EMS connectivity. operator log-in! log-out etc. It shall be possible to execute any schedulab le administrati ve command i. and Nl software download) Database management (system data. Installation & commissioning of the EMS shall include supply & installation of cables distribution frames. 16. software version. our 2.Operational state Performance monitoring User security 4. electrical switches etc. as privileged by EMS administrator.

- 2.7 0 Appendix I. The Firewall shall be based on stateful connection-oriented fire-walling and shall t appliance/hardware based. 100BaseT" The operating systen shall be Windows 2000 or XP. disk. The Firewall system shall support 4 ports of 1011 OOBaseT expandable to 12 ports. ). EMS server and database server as well as firewall server shall bav' redundancy for control module. It shall b capable of storing performance/fault history of 30 days of the network under its domain.4 Appli.and destination address. Industry standard relational database (RDBMS) for storing all the data related to the network am the system shall be used. 8GB RAM. RAID ' RAID 0+1 and RAID 5 architecture of Disk Storage which shall be site configurable.: GR/FWS-OI.6 L Database hard-disk 4. The Desktop/Laptop shall be supplied with the LCT software installed a reputed internationalrnational PC manufacturer. 5. Exact specifications may be issued by purchaser. The EMS shall be supplied with a Work Station offering Graphical User Interlace (GUI) using 17" colour screen with key board and Mouse etc. The specifications are given in clause 2. RISC based 64 bit-system with at least 1. Any more requirements may be communicated by purchaser. The same Firewa system shall also provide the security to the EMS database from tile Internet and the Web-base Customer-care users & the systems. . Hard-Disk availability purchaser. The RAIl system 'shall be hardware based and shall have redundant Fibre based RAiD controller. 2. 2. The manufacturer shall indicate limitations regarding processing requests. Consequently.ifiealiolls A "Teleoorn Grade Enterprise Server' from a reputed naticnal/intemational vendor with broad specifications. 4. The operator terminals at the EMS site are recommended to be PC Pentium IV with 80GB HOD. 3 . Purchaser is at discretion to convey any additional requirements. The Firewall system shall be as per me.e. SI2KB cache memory. The operating system and applications for EMS including database server shall be multi-user with minimum 25 concurrent users (including local terminals at EMS site and remote terminals i. The memory of the Database server shall be sufficient to store the data of 500 full loaded OL T and 10000 aNT/ONUs (as per respective type/category of equipment) at a minimum. II shall be possible to access any server from any of the display. In addition.44 MB floppy drive Ethernet LAN port Inbuilt V. 2. Ethernet interface (10/100M) with industry standard operating system UNIXILinuxlWindows but having GUI. Thi shall be ensured during the testing of the equipment.5GHz clock. adding CPUs) or adding new servers into the cluster. The system disc shall be 80GB with OS and RDBMS mirroring 20140 GB OAT drives shall b provided as back up devices. 2. A minimum of four operator terminals will be provided at the EMS site. Database. as below. Each of the server i. The database interface shall be open so that a centralized EMS at a future date is able to retriev. 5. Transmission Control Protocol (rCP) sequence numbers. USB ports Printer port Mouse port PS-2 Keyboard port Licensed operating software preloaded/recovery CDs. the RMI inter-process communication enables distribution oj functions over multiple servers. The Firewall shall track the following parameters of each packe source .7 at a minimum- 2. The system shall support at least 6X DVD for loading of softwar and configuration. and shall operate in higl availability cluster mode.5 GHz clock.000.GR No. LCT connectivity to EMS for privileged operation shall be through 3J log-in password.2 I. . The PC shall be f Note. increasing system capability can be achieved b) upgrading the existing platform (e. Th Firewall System (FWS) shall have a capability of handling a concurrent sessions of aroun 20. shall be provided at a minimum: The multi-process EMS design is. 2. The Firewall system shall be used for providing th security cover 10 the Web-based Customer-care system from the internet. Both Application and Database servers shall have UNIX based operating system. 8 GB RAM an one GB Cache memory. 80GB HDD wid CD-ROMlDVD-ROM.cati<ln server s. on load sharing basis. notifications. Any alternate specifications may be issued bJ Scalability aspects The EMS be able 10 support at least 500 OL Ts. the purchaser may choose single server as per network need. The EMS shall be equipped to connect 10 al least 5 local terminals at EMS site: It shall be upgradeable to 15 local terminals.3 EMS server spec. Specifications for IOeBl craft terminalfwork station The LeT desktop configuration as a PC or laptop shall be as given below PenUUDl IV 2 GHz and above 17" colour monitor (for PC) and LCDrrFT display (fur Laptop) 40GB1256 MB RAM 48X CD-ROM drive 1. TLi options for southbound interfaces. Th in it. updates. However. The EMS shall provide SNMPv2 (or later).4. 2. po numbers and Tep flags.5 server specifications The database server shall be multi-processor based each with 4 processors and expandable t· minimum 8 processors.e. Network-map view refreshing etc. LCTs). and firewall servers).90 modem 2 nos. The EMS application shall also be Any more requirements may be communicated by purchaser. structure for all the databases used in the system shall be provided. . memory shall be sufficient to store all the information as indicated in tht document and any other necessary system for at least one month duration. XML. power supply and LAN interface. with at least l.. The options for northbound interface shall be SOAP. storage cluster shall provide for no single point of failure. 17" video display. two display units are adequate for all the servers (application. should scaleable to 10000 aNT/ONUs. SNMP or CORBA.g. The server will operate in hig} mode. database. There shall be a common Firewall system. Pirewall server [optional to purchaser's requirements] In order to provide security to EMS from public networks. As a cost effective measure..pecifications The EMS application server shall be multi-processor based with each processor having at least: processors. recommended which shall enable distribution of functions over multiple processors. information from the EMS database using TCPIIP stack and do post processing. No QM-333 environmental tests shall be conducted on the EMS serverlLCT PC. in the supplied system. a dual redundant hardware base Firewall system may be provided at each of the NMS locations for providing security to th various servers at the EMS. Ethernet LAN interfaces floppy drive. The Work Station shall be of latest tYpe 0: machine with very high processing speed as available on the date of procurement of equipment The Work Station shall support Ethernet ports as lOBaseT. The system shall have Hard-disk storage implemented on RAID 0. The data bas. Linux or lJnix.

c. the customer identification and maintain this information in it database. FCS errors for Ethernet clients. Storing and processing of historical alarm information for 3() days minimum. EMS shall allow the System Administrator to define the level of access to the network capabilities or feature for each assigned password. day and time of occurrence etc. unauthorized access and loss of communication. which the SML shall add the inventory information to the Network Management Laye Layer (SML) so that SML is able. Access centro I servers 3_ Data encryption devicesruse of PIG keys 4. weekly. It shall be possible to connect EMS and the network elements to the Ip·MPLS network. seventy. The EMS shall be able to back up and. PKI security options. menurestriction and operator privileges. Also it is desirable that the EMS shall also not allow the entry into the EMS in case wrong password is provided more than five consecuti ve times during the Iogi n.. which interface is in use anc which are free to be used etc. monthly reports for the individual element as well as complete domain. The performance management shall deal with definitions.ment The equipment shall support the 'Performance Management' functions in accordance with ITUTRee. VLAN tags/ll. The main performance functi anality to be provided shall be as under: Configuration of threshold concerning the error counters. This shall also assist SML in providing the network inventory t. Path alarm shall be graphically shown by the EMSfLCT. c. The EMS shall support multi-level passwords as below8. 1. display.e. FCS error check for Ethernet clients Frarne/Packets dropped in case of Ethernet frames Configuration of threshold concerning the error counters Performance b:istory (data logging). Minor & Deferred. of any physical module. It shall be desirable that the EMS shall block the access to the operator in case of unauthorized command s being tried for five consecutive times. High-level protection fo~ control of access to change in the configuration and control parameters. alarm/event type. The man-machine communication programs shall have the facility of restricting the use 0 f certain commands Or procedures to certain passwords and terminals. .t. If the management protocol is based on SNMP then the performance monitoring will be based on RFC 2558 _ Performance history for minimum 30 days shall be supported with configurable launchtime and performance evaJ:uationJinregration period. G. Assigning alarm severity i. 5. E:![lernal security measures (optional. It shall also be possible 10 generate daily. L1. Back up for pro grams and data. Low-level protection for read only ac-cess to faults and performance information.e. The authorizations and the privileges of the operators (remote and local) shal depend upon the La gin and Password. Alarm and. b. It shall be possible to store all the performance and traffic statistics for a month. H shall also support presentation of the performance statistics in graphical and text mode as and! when requested and atrepeated interval automatically.x.. The dynamic password facility shall be provided in which the operator may change his password at any time.x . Storing and processing of current alarm.Path alarm noti fication to be generated and recorded. let shall also indicate the usage of module i. The report generation shall be supported for text and graphic reports.lo purchaser's requirements) Network security may require deployment of external devices/machines/firm-ware at the network operation centre [NOC]. Firewalla 2.s Security management The management system shall provide adequate security to the data and for the access to thE management system as per the following details: The EMS shall have the capability of supporting the management of Network through local am remote operators. Network management security features shall include operator authentication. i. the alarm notification shan include: type. occurrence. 'how many ports are in use. The EMS shall support configurable scheduling of the performance measurement.4 b. G. The retrieving functions With filtering capabilities for historical alarms and events shall be provided as well.cient information such as managed resources. command. status. The performance monitoring shall conform to IETF RFC 2544 for Ethernet clients.. a. The EMS shall store the performance data of the sob-network in terms of configured circuits. likel. information. The EMS shall provide (NML)lService Management the customer automatically. Medium-level protection for access to configuration status and features. The purchaser may communicate requirements as per his network security needs.. The EMS and components of the existing/proposed Network Management Layer (NML)iService Management Layer (SML) of a purchaser shall be part of the common MPLS-VPN providing the inherent security required for the management information in addition to the login and password based authorization for the operators of the Network Manager. The system administrator shall be able to monitor and log all operator activities in the EMS. Anti-virus packages. The performance management shall consist of set of functions that evaluate and report On the behavior of network element and their effectiveness relating to the communication teking place on the network.3 Perform alice w a nag. Inventory management it shall indicate the absence Or presence. The network and the management system shall be protected against intentional or accidental abuse.1. the following shall also be some of the different parameters that shall be stored The collection of the performance counters shall be performed at pre-assigned rate as per ITU-l Roo. The EMSILCT shall provide on-line logging capability for historical alarms and events withsuffi. Fault localization. Critical. collection. probable cause and clearing. Major.. It should be mandatory for the system to have a record of all log-ins for a period of at least six months after waieh a back lip should be possible under system administrator CQmmand. storage and transfer of the performance statistics. All log-in and log-out attempts shall be logged in the security log file of the EMS system. evaluation and reporting of equipment performance. 111the data communication network (DeN) for management system.984. with IPSec.U'LS labels may be used for security to information flows from Gateway NEs (GNEs) to DCN Gateway. restore the data base to and from external storage hardware elements. to create and activate a service t'. up to module/unit level. alarm severity. The EMS shall be able to discover and keep the device information The EMS shall be able to keep track on any change in the network inventory reporter chronologically.984. In addition to.

24fV .2. The Local Craft Terminal i. 3 1. TMF 814 COREA [version 3. Shall have the capability of managing multiple versions of software for individual elements. Battery present or not (assessed by voltage of the battery) Low capacity (means going to shutdown soon). 1. The inter-office communication shall be facilitated through in-band management channels or ded icated data-link. G. it shall also-be possible from the EMS system to get the details of status of'an individual managed NE.0J or XML. in brief. a.12 1. The equipment shall provide an Ethernet port for Work Station/Network with standard RJ -45 connector. 1. the equipment shall provide remote and local management interfaces at NBs as outlined in the OR The northbound interface of the EMS towards NMS layer shall be either TLI. ccnfiguration. It shall be possible through a single man-machine command to obtain a list and the total number ofeq uipment of a particular domain in a state (e. The EMS shall enable operations like changing the system configuration. blocked etc. Northbound management interface For remote management purposes. shall he: -. - 1. 1.T specified Qx or Bellcore specified TLinterface implemented on TCPIlP. etc. User in terrace The management system shall be provided.23 ON]' shan alsosupport the following: Vendor code and model number in EEPROM. The EMS shall be able tc depict the failure state of each link and node in the displayed network.1 1. Local managemeot interface The manufacturer shall provide a Work Station/Network Server.).The EMS shall provide the complete view of the network elements and the interconnecting links. Note-2 The purchaser may validate vendor's claim for management functions as well as protocol compliance for Qx Or SNMPv2c interface (or later interface) through NMS Protocol Analyzer _ etc. Installation of so ftware patches. The system shall provide an SNMP version2c [or later interface 1 with standard Mills Browzer It shall be implemented on UDPIIP stack.2.9 ONU/ONTID PON port link status Note-I UTP access port link status wop back test status Loop-back time-out status Power supply status Vendor code Model number. settings. reconfiguration of ioput and output devices. in-service. including the means of identification of software module versions. Node addressing 'system. Server connectivir 1.1. 1.6 Software maaagemeat 11shall be possible to carry out the following tasks under the software management Loading of new system software. It shall he possible to access an) managednode with in the whole network in the managed d.2.7 Softwo re download Local & remote software download via management system to NBs and LeT shall be possible. Both automatic and manual reconfiguration capabilities shall be available. Database structures. PHY IfF at each layer.28IRS2321RS-4851RJ·4 5 for connecting a PC-serveJ as !'I Local Craft Terminal. Complete application software details etc. a Personal Computer shall support the local management of NBs. The requirements.10 Manage different versions of software.1.1. SNMP. I I 1. The purchaser may verify SNMP MIBs and CORBA IDLs during their testing.. The EMS shall be able to provide an on-screen nested geographical view of the managed network in the 'management domain of the manufacturer. alarm status etc. ONT/ONU requirements. Status reporting function. Number formats. i. loading a new software package. and shall provide en-line help. Protocol details at all layers ofTCP lIP stack. AI the time of downloading the software" the message shall be displayed that the software has been downloaded successfully or failed and at what stage. ONUs and ONTs shall perform following tests/monit<>r relative to the battery to be reported through EMS and tcr.such as eq uipment presence. to the Network Element.2 L 1. as pertaining to each layer of Ille protocol-stack implemented in the management system.g. EMS software check-sum. with user-friendly interfaces based Oil WindowsfUNIX (cans & menus and mouse to accomplish management function that needs USC! interventions. In thi s case. Management interlace details The complete details of the management interface and the protocols.omain.e. one software version shall remain active and other versions shall be passive.e. Additional funetiona I requirem ents. patches etc. The EMS shall support FTPrrFTP for downloading of Software. . The Local Craft T erminal and Network Server shall be operating simultaneously. remote management interface shall also be acceptable. 1. The EMS start-up and shut-down shall be user friendly.x. The operator terminals (local & remote) shall not allow loading of any software without the terminal administrator's authorization. No loss of data/traffic & connection-map shall take place during the software down-loading process. Or else ITV.1 . shall be made available. Further. monitoring and controlling NBs within its management domain.. fur the purpose of inte-grating the local management capabilities with the centralized NMS at a later date.984. So uthb ound manageme-n t in terface The system shall provide at least one remote management interface and one Local Manageme-n Interface (LMI) at each Network Element as conforming to lTU. And the southbound interface towards NEs shall be SNMPv2c [Of later interface] implemented on UDPIIP stack or XMUSOAP.T Roo. The equipment shall provide V . which sMlI act as a manager of management activities.1.

Ethemetservice is mainly 10 transmit the data such as!P. Network diagnostic and heal thy check: II.984.984.9Mx OPON standard for all OAM features between ONT/ONU and OL T fur interoperability.244Gbps line-rate upstream. Indicates aNT is in loopback test status h. and prevent serviceinterruption? Can also be defined as aNT sees off-hook signal from one phone.703 ofUNI and services Service (Note 3) Ethernet Ethernet Ethernet Physical interface (Note 2) - -1.T (IEEE802. Full duplex. Operation.1. Signal that vo ice/data NW is received f. The OLT shall support alarm output and control • Critical alarm output • Maj or alarm output • Minor alarm output 5. Power. G. 7. _ UTP port MDI-MDIX auto-detection. G. OL T requirements. Table 1. Mean signal transfer delay time between T -V (or (a)-V) should be less than 1.3) 1000BASE. Examples of UNI described In this Appendix.1 . PDH Ell . the mean signal transfer delay time between T-V (or (a)-V) on the paN -based system may be longer. E1 (Optional) 3. Indicates power on/off status b. . capability 8. 1 1 I ]. This shan be relevant to an all-frames loopback on the Ethernet port of the ONT. Voice. security. which includes VoIP. Signal (>0 the T reference point and V reference point must be continuous. Table. The OLT shall provide out-hand management connection to the EMS through IOOBaseT Ethernet interface. SomeUNIs interfaces" are provided via an AF. tlTP connection. Speed. The PON system shall support 2.3. Indicates ONT VTP access port at full-duplex mode k.239) FEe shall be supported with operator enable/disable capability in both upstream and dcwnstream 9.EUmples of services and related remarks Service category (Note I) Dam service PSTN Service Ethernet (Note 2) POTS Remarks Standardized in IEEE 802.5 InS. LEDs to El services for B·ONT d. along with relevant remarks. Data.2IG. It is not meaningful in itself. The OLT shall provide in-band management connection 10 the EMS through GigE from the network . . Report that video overlay is received g. I Digital Deliver with same quality as class. If echo cancellation is used in Ihe network.- Remote download firmware upgrade. RS(255.356 Of ~ideo rt-VBRlCBR specified in ATM-Forum.T (IEEE802. Line rate.TX (IEEE802.3) ITU-T Rec. S ynehronize with. 2. APPENDIX II GPON Service Support Eumples of services The examples of services that GPON may support are shown ill Table Ll . UIG. video streams coded bv MPEG-2 or MPEO-4 and so on. AES (key size of 128 bit) support per port-id with operator disable/enable. Veiee-stgnaliug: ONT has registered with salt_itch c. 1. provided End. NOTE 2 . Private Line Video I. Auto negotiation or manual configuration of lOMllOOMbps and half-duplex or full-duplex on aNT's user port. so it is not mandatory that the ONU/ONT support thos' Examples of UNls.Service category is merely an transfer delay requirements are met. NOTE I . Power leveling during operation 1O.lD.. The OLT shall provide one craft port for local configuration access. To show-that there is at least I call active on the ONT. 4.488Gbps line-rate downstream and l.. Indicates ONT OTP access port link is normal i. towards the network. Maximum frame size 1522 bytes LED status indi~ation a. Comply with IEEE 802. Bearerrateis 2.048 Mbitls. Indicates 10flOOllOOOM speed selection (as applicable) The system shall support OMeI as per UU-T Rec. I specified in ITV-T 1. physical interfaces and services that they provide are shown in Table 1. but it ill useful in visualizing the services. Indicates PON fiber link is normal and OAM channel is operational e. the network's 8 kHz clock. Perform loglcal loopback test on specified aNT.3) IOOBASE.2. UNI is defined as the interface that includes the following conditions: by a well-known standard includes a physical layer aspect.ElampIiI UNI (Note 1) 10 BASE.3. and performance requirements 6. Test. Indicates aNT UTP access port activity j.

L based QoS per packet. Each subscriber interface shall provide at least three dedicated queues. .0 System Applications and Upstream QoS e!lllblemeot At ONUe. Based on service/application 5.T Rec. as per VLAN QoS policy.PON system This annexure establishes the industry best practice optical operating at 2.244 Gbit/s upstream G-PON (As per ame. Based on S-YLAN tags 7. Based on IP-TOSfDSCP bits etc. 2. Each queue shall have individual CIRfPIR shaping. Based on IOMP 9. For HSr.ndment 1 to JTU-T Ree. The second is a digital-only system without a video overlay. PIRIClR policing/shaping for HSL Shared queuing far prioritization of rea l-time traffic over HSL Per-subscriber QaS/content classification for content differentiation AtOLTend For VoIP and video. Therefore. Based on ICMP I D. HSI content differentiation based on DSCP. There are currently two major applications for the C-PON system. 0. DSCP marking and re-marking based onI. Based on MAC (SNQA) address 6. ANNEXURE I Ind ustry Best Practice for 2_488 Gbitls downstream. Based on Source/Oestinatien IP address 8.2 •• G-PON appli£ations: (a) Video overlay. Per-service prioritization for VoIP and Video. policyshall define priority aggregate CIRIPIR. Destination IP and/or DSCP classification. The first is a full-service system with a video overlay. TCPIUDF source/destination port 3. each subscriber's traffic can be rate-limited as an aggregate using a "bundled» service policy. It shall also be necessary for the combinedbandwidth of al I the services to be scheduled teo an overall rate limit to allow multicast traffic to be delivered 10 subscribers further downstream.984.] p marking for prioritization ill the access rings and Residenti al Gateway (RO).. The notable variations from the loss budgets found elsewhere in lTU. and reflect the observed practical optimum values for this particular system.984.iion These power budgets are optional extensions of the GR. the budgets contained in this annexure are recommended over and above all others in this Recommendation for the 2AfL2 Gbitls rate PON. persubscriber basis. DSCP marked. Optional overall subscriber rate limiting on VLAN (H-QoS). 'This shall allow different subscribers to rece ive di fferent servi ce levels independently and simultaneously. Downstream QoS enablemeat AtONUend . OLT shall optionally provide.2 include: • 'Overall loss budgets midway between Class B and C • Different value of optical path penalties • . and (b) Di. G_984. 802. At OLT end VolP and Video queued and prioritized.The ONU nodes shall be capable of scheduling and queuing functions on per-service. Content differentiation on ingress classification. 1. QoS po licy shall define priority and aggregate CIRIPIR. in addition to performing packet classification and filtering based on layer 2 fields. In addition to per-service rate limiting for HSI services.nd Per-subscriber queuing and.2: Physical Media Dependent (PMD) layer Specifications) (Informative: Optional to purchaser's requirements) budgets for the 0.gital-onl.244 O'bitls upstream. Time of day 4. Port of arrival 2. Per-subscriber queuing 3!ldl PlRICIRpolicLng/shaping for HSL HSI service classify on Source IPrange. 1. Purchaser may specify these requirements if needed .y.488 Gbitls downstream. and thus avoid further complex queuing and scheduling of traffic in the ONU. These two applications are diagrammed in Figure IIl.The OLT must support FEe in the downstream These variations can provide increased capabilities for operation of G-PON systems. YoIP prioritized over Video. 1_0 Intred 0 . per applicatior Figure IlI_1fG.

2 Gbitls dB dB dB idB dB IiJnit dBm dBm dBm dBm dB Single fib re OLT +\.3 Arndt.2 optical oorical optical optical loss loss loss loss . any WDM filters external to the OLT or ONtl equipment are considered part of the ODN.983. upstream 5y~tem Ite:Wll OLT: Mean launched DOwer MIN Mean launched power MAX Minimum sensitivity Minimum overload Downstream optical penalty ONU: Table Item!·· Minlmum Minimum Maximum Maximum IIL2/G. 'Il is theoretically possible that a PON that complies with the B~PON B+ budgets might Dot comply with the G~PON budget.5 +5 -27 -8 0.3/G. Therefore.984.0 Link Budget dBm dBm dBm dBm dB +0. This table refers to power levels measured at the interlace points shown in Figure Ill.Loss Budgets for Ih. including non-integrated WDM filters for the multiplex of video overlays and other enhancement band services.2 • Optical power levels for the 2.t!s downstream.le fibre 9 13 27 29 10 10 28 28 1. 2 systems Sin!!.984. The ONU can optionally support FEe decoding in the downstream. The O-PON budget is similar to the Video Overlay system in that it supports a 13 dB minimum loss.984. Because 0 f the loss differential between 1490. The optical penalty does not include any Raman impairment in the downstream wavelength.3 amendment 2 are shown in Table I1L3/G. The choice is a matter of OND implementation.983.5 +5 ·28 ·8 0. oW!! discretion.5 The link budget is given in Table Ill. and must include any Raman impairment from the overlay signal.e G-PON svstem U oit Sio!!:le fibre at 1490 nm dB 13 311310 run dB 13 at 1490 urn dB 28 at 1310 run dB 28 In comparison. it is anticipated that the Raman impairment will becompensated by the lower fibre loss at 1490 nm.2. All other specifications found elsewhere in the table still apply. These specifications are meant to augment similar specifications found io Table 2 in the wain body of the Recommendation. The 0 LT equipment must also have the ability to activate or deactivate the do~tream FEe feature by operations system command.4 Gbi. and in any specific instance the ONU can use the FEe parity at its.2. . and it is similar to the digital only budget in that it is symmetric and it supports a 28 dB maximum loss. The OLT must support FEe in the downstream by having the capability of calculating and transmitting the FEe parity bytes in the downstream and 1310 mn.Less Budgets for the B-rON Items video Overlay svstern (OLTI-ONT) Minimum ontical loss at 1490 om Minimum optical loss at 1310 run Maximum optical loss at 1490 run Maximum opticalloss at 1310 om Dil!ital-Clnly svstem {OLTI-ONT} Minimum optical loss at 1490 run Minimum optical loss at 1310 run Maximum optical loss at 1490 nm Maximum cptical lcss at 1310 run Ullit dB G. the B-PON class B+ budgets recommended in 0. This budget covers all optical components between the OLT and ONU. Table 0I.2 . I (both type (a) Video Overlay and type (b) Digital-only systems).1JG. specifically. such oases should be very rare in the actual deployed base (If PONs. lri any system with appreciable Raman effect will also have a significant length of fibre. or !l PIN with FEC. Table IlI. the G·PON budget should be compatible with practically all deployed PONs. The APD salution is seen as an immediately available option. However. .5 ONU dB Mean launched power MIN Mean launched power MAX Minimum sensitivity Minimum overload Upstream optical penalty 4. Any penalty due to this effect must be accounted for out of tbe link budget. however.Optical specffic:a tiqns The optical specifications for the OLI and ONU optics are given in Table I1LI.984. while the PIN with FEe solution is a longer-term option that depends on the introduction of higher performance receiver circuitry. The ONU sensitivity can be achieved either using an APD without FEe.

Provisioning Indicate- POTS of I 011 (){J! 1OOOBase T Ethernet interfaces ofRF video interface of IEEE 802.11g WiFi interface the number of Port-Id'Allcc.. 3.8 Supply of spares by the vendor.Selection of .2 3. 3..Selection of . VS. through Fibre-to-theto be indicated. 3.248 .1 3.Provisioning .Provisioning .1 Selection of architecture which ranging from Fibre-to-the-Home Building/Curb (FTIBIFTIC) 10 Fibre to the Cabinet (f'TTGab).3.rEEE 802.1.3 2.2 gateway for interfacing PSTN switches to be 2. Specify provision Specify racks of external Part 2.0 8.10!100BaseT Bthernet interface .11 g WiFi interface ofVDSL2 interlaces.Sp«ifY POTS of 1011 OOBaseT Ethernet interface ofRF video interface ofIEEE 802.-Id per ONT/ONU to be supported by OPON link.5 n: General Requirements Indicate the use of fans.1 2.Provisioning .Provisioning .2.3 & 4.POTS • El line .2.3 Indicate.. 8. deployment or unprotected.Purchase 'Guidelines Part I: Technical Requirements 2.Provisioning . of protection clock port scheme. SIPIH. Requirements Selection of IPTV and RF-broadcast as fully-protected.2 5.Provisioning .4 4. 32.2.RF video interfaces .1. 5.2 Selection Requirements indicated. modes for residential partially-protected (FTfH).4 .2 exact number 3. of spliuers of external from m:N where m = 1 Or 2 and N = 2.11g WiFi interface of POTS.2 I OJ) Indicate Indicate Indicate the requirements ihe requirements GfObE interfaces. .2.ANNEXURE II . 16. of protection Indicate. 4.

upstream Dynamic Host Control Protocol Denial of Service Differential services code point Digital Subs Line Access Multiplexer Electrically Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory Electro Magnetic Compatibility Element Management System Forward 'Error Correction Fibre To The Building Fibre To The Curb Fibre To TIle Cabinet Fibre To The Hollie Firewall Server GPON Encapsulation Method Gigabit capable Passive Optical Network Internet Control Message Protocol international Electronio and Electrical Engineering Internet Engineering Task Force Internet Group Multicast protocol Internet Protocol International Standard Organization Local Craft Terminal Light Emitting Diode Loss of Signal Media Access Control Media Dependent Interface Media Dependent Interface Crossover Malti-Dwelling Unit Mean Time Between Failure Mean Time To Restore Multi-Tenant Unit Network Element Network Management System ONU ONT OSI P2P PBX PC PCM PMD PON POP POTS PRe PVC QA QM QoS RDBMS RISC Network Node Interface Optical Access Network Optical Distribution Network Optical Line Tenninal ONT Management and Control interface Optical Network Unit Optical Network Termination Open System Interconnection Point to Point Private Branch Exchange Personal Computer Pulse Code Modulation Physical Media Dependent Passive Optical Network Point of presence Plain Old Telephone System Primary Reference Clock Permanent Virtual Circuit Quality Assurance Quality Manual Quality of Service Relational Database Management System Reduced Instruction Set Computer Remote Office Read Only Memory Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol Synchronous Digital Hierarchy Small Fonn Factor Pluggable Transceiver Session Initiation Protocol Service Network Interface Simple Network Management Protocol Simple Object Access Protocol Set Top Box Transmission Convergence Traffic Containers Transmission Control Protocol Time Division Multiplexing Time Division Multiplexing over Packet RO ROM RSTP SDH SFP SIP SNI SNMP SOAP STB TC Tep T-CONT TOM TDMoP TMN Telecommunication Management Network User Network interface Very High-speed Digital Subscriber Line Virtual LAN Voice over Internet Protocol Wireless Fidelity Extensible Markup Language UNI VDSL VLAN VoIP WiFi XML ----End of the document---- .ABBBREVIATlONS NNI OAN aDN OLT OMCI ACL AES ADSL AIS APe BITE BSNL CATV CD CISPR CO COREA CPU DBA DBRu DHCP DOS DSCP DSLAM EEPROM EMC EMS FEC FTIB FITC FTTCab FITH FWS OEM OPON IeMP IEBE IETF IGMP iP ISO LCT LEO LOS MAC MDI MDIX MDU MTBF MTTR NE NMS MTU Access Control List Advanced Encryption Standard Asymmetric Digital Subscribers Line Alarm Indication Signal Angle Polished Connector Bunt-In 1"est Equipment Bharat Sandhar Nigam Limited Cable Television Compact Disc Special International Committee on Radio Interference Central Office Common Object Request Broker Architecture Computer Processing Unit Dynamic Bandwidth Allocation Dynamic Bandwidth Report .