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D-Link New IP DSLAM Solution

Guide
May, 2006
D-Link Corporation

Executive Summary
Functionality Advantage

Versatile CPE to IP DSLAM


Satisfy ISPs ADSL/2/2+ Broadband Service
Gigabit, Multicast for Triple-Play
Value-Added EMS Central Management System

Competitors
Alcatel(#1), Hwawei(#2).
Long Distance/Remote/Scarcity Population Cities

D-Link DAS-3324
24-ports Harden
Triple Play IP DSLAM with ADSL/2/2+

Why D-Link IP DSLAM?


IGMP multicast to meet Triple-play.
Fiber Gigabit uplink to connect to .
Central management on Microsoft NT/SNMP,
or Linux based Server GUI system.
From CPE to IP DSLAM, seamlessly operates
and integrates, D-Link provides service
providers with a complete ADSL Service
solution.

Contents

Product Application

Product Overview

New Technology

EMS Introduction

Trouble Shooting

D-Links Strength
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Value Proposition
Most Compact and Cost Effective Solution
Stackable with Virtual Single NE
Simple Plug & Play
Plug & Play IP based solutions
IP Based monitoring, provisioning & startup procedure
New revenue opportunities for operators & building owners
through new service offerings such as:
Cost Effective Internet Access Service
Metro Ethernet Access
Secure LAN to LAN interconnect
Office Applications
IP Telephony
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Access Network Scenario


Interne
t

PSTN

Media
Console
PBX

Media Center

Phone

IP
Backbone

TV
CPE

IP DSLAM
(Stacking)
(Up to 7 pcs)
Monitor by EMS
system

B-RAS

Service
Provider

Backbone

Central Office (CO)

Phone
Line
PC

Customers
Premise
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Broadband Application
Scenario

Broadband Application
ScenarioDSL Extension

Triple Play Application


Data Provider

Multi-Media Provider

Switch

TV, Game, Education


Internet

Movies, Music, Video..

IP DSLAM

Voice Provider

IAD

Telephony, Fax,
manager..

Call

PSTN
IP to PSTN
Voice
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Multi-Media
Data

Class of Service in Triple Play


MTU
VLAN(3)
Data

ITSP

PC

Internet

CPE
Media
Center

VLAN(2)
Voice
POTS Phone

IAD

IP Network
Backbone

VLAN(1)
Video
TV

STB

CPE

Gigabit
Uplink

MDF

DAS-3324
Phone
IP DSLAM
Line
Base on different VLAN groups and bandwidth consumption, IP DSLAM provides different
security and bandwidth to segment and achieve each applications requirements.

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Product Overview
Features of DAS-3324
Roadmap of IP DSLAM

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Features of DAS-3324
Cost Saving Solution for ISP/SMB

24 ports ADSL/ADSL2/ADSL2+ Subscriber Interface


Build-in POTS Splitter
Fiber Gigabit Uplinks to Backbones
7 units cascaded and managed as one unit

Excellent Management with Security


Microsoft NT, Linux SNMP-based GUI EMS System
Local RS-232 out-of-band CLI, and remote in-band SNMP/Telnet
management
3-levels of user privilege system management
SNMP v1, v2c support
Firmware upload/download via TFTP

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Features of DAS-3324
Advanced Function for Broadband Service Offering

IGMP Snooping
Up to 8 VCs
802.1p QoS
802.1d Spanning Tree
802.3ad Uplink Aggregation
Up to 4096 VLAN(0,1 reserve)
64 MAC Addresses per DSL port, 4K MAC per System
Static VLAN and port-based VLAN support
Configurable packet size (64 to 1536 bytes)
Security functions: VLAN filtering, MAC Filtering, IP Filtering,
MAC-based and IP-based Access Control List (ACL)
MAC-based and IP-based rate limiting

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ADSL2+ IP DSLAM
Target Market

IP Metro Ethernet Networks

Outdoor Remote application


Central Office

Enterprise Market

Hotel/Private Property
SOHO

Master

Mini-DSLAM

Low density and/or limited space CO application


ILEC or CLEC

Desktop-DSLAM

MTU/MDU applications
Campuses
Slave
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IP DSLAM
Physical View :Master
Subtending LEDs

POTS output

ADSL input

ADSL LEDs Alarm Relay

Link LEDs
Subtending ports

Local mgt. port

Uplink port

Console

Dimensions: 440mm x 280mm x 44mm (WxDxH)

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IP DSLAM
Physical View:Slave
ADSL input

POTS output

Link LEDs
Uplink (subtending) port
ADSL LEDs
Local mgt. port

Dimensions: 440mm x 280mm x 44mm (WxDxH)

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IP DSLAM-Master
Features
Built-in Layer 2 Functions
802.1d Spanning Tree, 802.1q - VLAN, 802.3ad- Link
Aggregation,
802.3, 802.3u, 802.3x - Ethernet
4094 active VLAN-ID/512 Active VLAN Group
802.1p Class of Service with 4-level priority queuing
IGMP snooping
Packet filter based on MAC and port
Layer 2 insulation between ADSL ports
Broadcast storm control
Port mirroring
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IP DSLAM-Master

Target on Outdoor and Small-Size CO


19 Rack Mountable Chassis, 1U
Height
24 G.dmt/G.lite/ ADSL/ADSL2/+, with
splitter Ports
WAN Ethernet 10/100 Base-T Interface
MPoA, IPoA
Cos/Tos
Remote TFTP/FTP
Firmware/Configuration
RS-232 & Telnet Command Line
Interface
SNMP In-Band Management Support
EMS and Email Altering

Multicast

IP Multicast: IGMP Snooping

Security/Firewall
Access Control List, Packet
Filtering
Stateful Packet Inspection
Password Protected System
4K VLAN (802.1Q)

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IP DSLAM-Master
2 Selectable WAN Interface
Network Operation and Management
- 802.3, 802.3ab Ethernet Standard
- User Friendly Web-Based Interface
- 1000 Base-SX Module (SC connector) - Telnet Server for Remote Management
- 1000 Base-FX Module(SC connector) - TFTP Software Upgrade Utility
- 1000 Base-T Module(RJ45 connector) - Console CLI for Local Management
- 100 Base-T RJ45 Connector
- SNMPv1,v2
LAN Interface
- MIBII, Bridge MIB, Ethernet Like MIB,
- 24-port RJ45 10/100 Base-T
Private MIB, RMON 1,2,3,9 Groups
L2 Switch Function
Q.o.S
- IEEE 802.1d Spanning-Tree Protocol - Packet filter and classification.
- IEEE 802.3x Flow Control
- IEEE 802.1q VLAN, GVRP
- IEEE 802.1p Class of Service (CoS)
Prioritization
- 4-level Prioritization
- 802.3ad Port Trucking/Link Aggregation

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IP DSLAM-Slave
Network Interface
- Two 10/100M Fast Ethernet Interfaces
or one Cascade Link is Gigabit Copper Interface
Capacity
It Supports 24 ADSL 2/+ Ports.
Security
It Supports Packet Filter, and Password
Protection.
Splitter Build in
It Supports 24 port xDSL/Splitter.
Inventory Savings
- Common Equipment across Central Office
and Outside Plant Deployments
Management
It is managed by IP-DSLAM Master Unit.
Q.o.S
- Packet Filter and Classification.
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EMS Scenario
Manage SME, Mini DSLAM and Large Scale
DSLAM
Efficiency Security Management from 1,000 to
10,000 NEs

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EMS Capability
SNMP In-band through the IP network
Authentication and Security Management
Software Download
Configuration Download

Configuration, Alarm, Diagnostics, Status Update


Fault and Performance Management

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Benefit Management
Configuration Management
Auto Provisioning, Firmware Upgrade
Deployment Management
Deploy Policies for Software Update, etc.
Topology Management
Auto Discovery for Managing Devices. (eg. Add or Delete from
Layer Structure Subnets)
Security Management
Authentication, Resource Control
Monitor management
Fault Management, Device Polling
Backend Storage Management
Store Alarms, Events and User Activities.
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24

Status Report

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Alarm Management

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Configuration Management

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Performance Management

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Monitor Management

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Roadmap of IP DSLAM
Available

DAS-3324

DAS-3324

DAS-3324

24 port ADSL IP DSLAM

24 port ADSL IP DSLAM

24 port ADSL IP DSLAM

Annex A

Annex B

Annex M

Q2/ 2005

Q3 / 2005

Q4 / 2005

Q130/ 2006

ADSL 2/+ New Technology

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ADSL2/2+

Higher Data Rate


Longer Reach - READSL2
Annex M-Uplink 3M bps
Seamless Rate Adaptation
Power Management
Loop Diagnostics
DELT: Double Ended Line Testing
SELT: Single Ended Line Testing
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Bin Map

ADSL2+

ADSL2/ADSL
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EC/FDM Mode

EC Mode

FDM Mode
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Seamless Rate Adaptation (SRA)

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Power Management (PM)

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Bridging Functions

802.1d Address Learning and Aging


Broadcast Flooding
802.1q VLAN Bridging
Multicasting - IGMP Snooping

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VLAN Bridging

Ingress Rules
Forwarding Process
Egress Rules
Learning Process
Filtering Database

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IGMP Snooping
A layer-2 switch supported IGMP snooping can
passively snoop on IGMP Query, Report and
Leave packets to learn the IP Multicast group
membership.
Multicast traffic of a group is only forwarded to
ports that have members of that group.

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Security

MAC Address Tracking


MAC Address Access Control List
Global Deny
Per Port Accept

IP Address Access Control List

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Packet Filtering

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QoS

Prioritized Bridging
Input Rate Limiting (IRL)
AAL5 based

Output Rate Limiting (IRL)


Ethernet/ATM port based

Packet Priority to Traffic Class Mapping


802.1p Re-Tagging
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Priority Operation

Priority

Determination

Priority

Regeneration

Traffic
Classification and

Priority to Traffic

Class Mapping

Queue

Scheduling

Priority Retagging

INGRESS

EGRESS

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Trouble Shooting and Demo

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Introduction

This presentation is to provide a quick guide


to configure the IP DSLAM devices and
enable them manageable

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Architecture

Two types of topology


Master-Slave
Slave-Standalone

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Management Channels

Serial Port
Telnet
EMS (SNMP-based)

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Serial Port Management


Console Setting
9600/8/N/1, no flow control

Master-Slave
Connect to [CONSOLE] port
username/password: admin/1234

Slave-Standalone
Connect to [CONSOLE] port
no password required
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Master-Slave Connectivity

By default, ports G1, G2, ...,


G6 are disable
Turn the interfaces ON
Admin>system link -m gn on
(where n is 0 to 6)
Admin>system link (check
the status)

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Master-Slave Connectivity (cont.)

Check the connectivity between the slave


and master
Admin>dsl
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Logic-Name
Slave-IP
Connection-Status
------------------------------------------------------------dsl-master
10.0.1.2
ON LINE
dsl-slave-01 10.0.1.18
(NA)
dsl-slave-02 10.0.1.34
ON LINE
dsl-slave-03 10.0.1.50
ON LINE
dsl-slave-04 10.0.1.66
(NA)
dsl-slave-05 10.0.1.82
(NA)

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Login to DSL Module

DSL inside master via serial channel


Admin>dsl -c

(type <Ctrl-Z> to return)

DSL inside master via ethernet channel


Admin>dsl -m (type exit to return)

DSL inside slave via ethernet channel


Admin>dsl -s n (type exit to return), where n
is 1 to 6
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Version Information
Master Controller
Admin>system basic
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------SYSTEM BASIC INFORMATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Machine Model
: IP DSLAM MASTER
Firmware Version : V2.1.12
Hardware Version : 0.0
Build Time
: Wed Aug 17 14:44:10 CST 2005
System Uptime
: 0 days 03h:43m:59s
System Contact
: admin@urcompany.com
System Name
: Taiwan001
System Location
: urlocation
CPU Usage
: 01%
Memory Usage
: 49%
Current Time
: Thu Jan 01 11:43:42 1970

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Version Information (cont.)


DSL (inside master or slave)
$get system info
Description
: IP DSLAM
Name
: Taiwan001
Location
:
Contact
:
Vendor
:
LogThreshold
:0
Object-id
: 1.3.6.1.4.1.7367.2.11.1
Up Time(HH:MM:SS) : 2:40:40
HwVersion
: A-A-24-1GE-1.0
CPSwVersion
: V1.1.1_G_016
DPSwVersion
: DP_B02_08_07_21
System Time
: Thu Jan 01 03:45:33 1970
Time Zone
: GMT
DST
: off
Services

: physical datalink internet end-to-end applications

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Save the Configuration

Master Controller
Admin>commit

DSL module (in master or slave)


$commit

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IP Address Setting
Mandatory if Telnet or EMS management is
required
Default setting
Master
Outband (MGM port): 172.16.1.1/255.255.255.0
Inband (Uplink port): 0.0.0.0 (disable)

Slave (DSL module)


Propritery DHCP (support only for master-slave
architecture)
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Master IP Setting
Outband
Admin>network out <new-ip> <mask> [vlanid]

Inband
Admin>network in <new-ip> <mask> [vlanid]

Status
Admin>network out (in)

outband and inband IP addrsses can not


belong to the same domain
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Slave-Standalone IP Setting
For 2 fast-ethernet version
$aggr intf ifname aggr-0 ip <new-ip> mask <mask>
usedhcp false

For 1 giga-ethernet version


$ethernet intf ifname eth-0 ip <new-ip> mask <mask>
usedhcp false

Change back to master-slave architecture


$aggr (ethernet) intf ifname aggr-0 (eth-0) ip 0.0.0.0
mask 0.0.0.0 usedhcp true
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Telent Management

Device IP configured well


Connect to ...
Master: MGM port for outband, uplink port for
inband
Slave: Any uplink port

Username/Password
admin/1234 (type exit to return)
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EMS Management
Device IP configured well
SNMP related parameters
Communities
Trap Host

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Master SNMP Enabled

Communties
Default: public/private/trap
Admin>service snmp -c <ro> <rw> <trap>

Trap destination
Admin>service snmp -a <ems-server-ip>

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Slave-Standalone SNMP Enabled


CLI commands...
$create snmp comm community <ro-comm> RO
$create snmp comm community <rw-comm> RW
$create snmp host ip <ems-server-ip> community
<ro-comm>
$create snmp host ip <ems-server-ip> community
<rw-comm>
$create snmp traphost ip <ems-server-ip>
community <trap-comm>
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EMS Architecture
Element Management System
Client-Server Model
Pure Java Cross-Platform Architecture

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EMS Installation

Retrieve the EMS Software


Following the installation guide...
Server
Install JDK
Install MySQL Database
Install EMSServer

Client
Install EMSClient
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EMS Startup

EMS Server
Edit [Bind IP of EMSServer]
Start EMSServer (MySQL will be launched
automatically)

EMS Client
Start EMSClient
Username/Password
root/admin123
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Add Device into EMS

Choose [Add a Device]


Fill the name of the device
Fill the IP address of the device
Choose the correct Type of the device
Master-Slave
Slave-Standalone

Double-Click the device icon for further


management
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Advanced

How to set G6 port as uplink


How to set the default gateway
How to upgrade firmware via EMS

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How to Set G6 Port as Uplink


For Master Controller
Admin>system G6 up or Admin>system
uplink G6 up (the latest version)
Admin>system link -m g6 on
Admin>commit
(on demand)

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How to Set the Default Gateway

Master Controller
Admin>network route default <gateway-ip>

Standalone-Slave
$create ip route ip 0.0.0.0 gwyip <gatewayip> mask 0.0.0.0

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How to Upgrade Firmware via EMS


Firmware Type
Master Controller
V1.1.7 all for example

DSL Module
2 fast-ethernet version,
ex, V1.1.1_M_016
1 giga-ethernet version,
ex, V1.1.1_G_016
the one inside master
box
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How to Upgrade Firmware


via EMS (File Upload)
Retrieve the latest
firmwares
Using [Advanced]-[File
Upload] from EMS client
to copy the local files to
TFTP server on EMS
server
For DSL module,
copy the whole directory
is recommended
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How to Upgrade Firmware


via EMS (FW Upgrade)
Open the device faceplate
from EMS client
Choose the target unit -master controller or DSL
module in master or slave
Right-click on the faceplate,
choose [FW Upgrade]
Master Controller
DSL module: choose the type
and firmware file
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How to Upgrade Firmware


via EMS (DSL Component)
Upgradable DSL Firmware Components

CP (Control Plane)
DP (Data Plane)
DSL DSP code
Factory Default Setting

CP.bin.gz
DP.bin.gz
gsv_dsl_AD_DM_3C00000C.bin.gz

FD.cfg

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