Cisco ONS 15454 ML-Series Ethernet Cards

Data Sheet
Cisco ML-Series for the Cisco ONS 15454 Multiservice Provisioning
Platform: Providing Multilayer Services for Metro Optical Ethernet
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The Cisco ML-Series interface cards provide exceptional Ethernet switching and IP routing capabilities for
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multiservice provisioning platforms (MSPPs). Cisco Systems has coupled the market-leading optical capabilities of
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the Cisco ONS 15454 MSPP with proven Cisco IOS Software to deliver profitable Metro Ethernet and IP solutions
over a multiservice network architecture.
BACKGROUND
Information connectivity is becoming ubiquitous as businesses and consumers look for ways to improve their productivity. Access to this
information can be over a wide variety of networks, including the many forms of wire-line (DSL, T1, E1, dialup, cable modem, fiber to the
premises, and so on) and wireless (cell, 802.11, WiMAX, and so on) vehicles. The main benefit of this information connectivity is user
access to a wide variety of information that can be located anywhere in the world.
Ethernet technology has become the protocol of choice for the LAN environment. It is also becoming increasingly commonplace in
metropolitan-area networks (MANs) with the release of Fast Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet (GE) interfaces on DSL access multiplexers
(DSLAMs), fixed wireless, and private branch exchanges (PBXs). Thus, service providers are creating tariffs to efficiently interconnect to
and transport users’ data traffic using Ethernet handoffs, and they must deploy metropolitan (metro) transport equipment that will permit
them to deliver these services cost-effectively and with the reliability required by their service-level agreements (SLAs). Although
Ethernet-based services are growing, they are still not the dominant share of the market demand. Therefore, the service provider’s metro
networking equipment must support both traditional time-division multiplexing (TDM) services as well as newer Ethernet services without
a major upgrade – this explains why the multiservice provisioning platform has taken hold in the metro marketplace.
PRODUCT OVERVIEW
The Cisco ML-Series cards for the Cisco ONS 15454 MSPP (Figure 1) are industry-leading Ethernet and IP switching modules for
integration into a SONET/SDH optical transport platform. The cards extend the multiservice capabilities and flexibility offered by the
Cisco ONS 15454 platform.
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Figure 1.
Cisco ML-Series Cards for Cisco ONS 15454 MSPP
Through the integration of the industry’s most widely deployed and tested Ethernet and IP technology, Cisco IOS Software, with the
industry’s most successful multiservice provisioning platform, the Cisco ONS 15454, service providers and enterprise customers are
provided with a single integrated platform for delivering true carrier-class Metro Ethernet, TDM, and optical transport services and
applications.
The Cisco MultiLayer-Series (ML-Series) for the Cisco ONS 15454 consists of three interface cards: the Cisco MultiLayer (ML) 100X-8,
MultiLayer (ML) 100T-12, and MultiLayer (ML) 1000-2 models. The Cisco ML100X-8 is an 8-port, 100-Mbps Ethernet interface card
that supports the 100BASE-FX short-reach Small Form-Factor Pluggable (SFP) and 100BASE-LX long-reach SFP. The Cisco ML100T12 is a 12-port, 10/100-Mbps Ethernet module. The Cisco ML1000-2 is a 2-port Gigabit Ethernet module using SFP optical interface
modules. The Cisco ML-Series cards use a common hardware and software base, providing the same Layer 2 and Layer 3 feature set. These
single-slot cards can be installed in any of the 12 multiservice interface slots in a Cisco ONS 15454 shelf assembly and can be mixed and
matched within the assembly or network to provide flexible architectures to meet the user’s application needs. Each card has virtual
interfaces that are mapped to SONET/SDH optical interfaces for transport with other services between network elements over 155-Mbps to
10-Gbps optical line rates. Packet transport bandwidth over the chosen optical interface is provisionable, allowing efficient matching and
scalability of ingress to transport traffic requirements, based upon oversubscription requirements.
The Cisco ML-Series cards support proprietary Resilient Packet Ring (SW-RPR), which provides increased bandwidth usage over a
SONET/SDH ring. SW-RPR features also include shortest-path selection and spatial reuse for bridging. The Cisco ML-Series offers
standards-based 802.17b RPR. In addition to the features of SW-RPR, 802.17b RPR benefits include steering protection and standardized
ring fairness.
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The Cisco ML-Series cards offer an advanced set of quality-of-service (QoS) features to allow the network administrator to fine-tune the
network and create and support a wide range of SLAs. Some of the features and benefits are listed in Table 1.
Table 1.
Features and Benefits for QoS
Feature
Benefit
Flexible packet classification
Classifies packets based on input port, VLAN, class of service (CoS), IP Precedence, or IP-differentiated services code points
(DSCPs), allowing the service provider to tailor packet handling based on the user’s traffic
Policing
Through highly granular per-flow and input port policing, allows the service provider to contain a user to the SLA bandwidth
requirements, reducing the likelihood that a user will flood the network
Priority marking
Provides a mechanism, when using either .1Q or Q, in Q features for a service provider to reclassify (mark) a packet with a
wrapper Ethernet 802.1p value, allowing downstream nodes to treat the packet differently and transparently transporting the
original CoS bits of the packet across a service provider network
Per-class queuing
Provides fair access to excess network resources, allows allocation of bandwidth to support SLAs, and helps ensure that
applications with high network resource requirements are adequately serviced
Weighted Deficit Round-Robin
(WDRR) scheduling
Adds weighting capabilities to deficit round-robin scheduling to provide fair access to excess bandwidth as well as throughput
to each class
The Cisco ML-Series cards offer important advantages in service provider network architectures, permitting new, profitable services as
well as simplifying service activation. Some of these capabilities are outlined in Table 2.
Table 2.
Features and Benefits for Service Provider Network Architectures
Feature
Benefit
Admission control
During service provisioning, the Cisco ML-Series card verifies that QoS resources have not been accidentally overcommitted.
Network scaling and flexibility
The Cisco ML-Series cards support VLAN-ID translation. This capability allows the service provider to change the ingress VLAN
tags (802.1Q or 802.1Q in .1Q) to avoid VLAN collisions within the network (resulting from the use of the same VLAN ID by
different customers) and translate them back at the egress of the network.
Network resiliency
Support for RPR or SONET/SDH provides resiliency of less than 50 ms for data services, depending on the service offering.
Efficient bandwidth use
The use of RPR technology allows full use of the network bandwidth during normal network operation of a properly designed
network.
SLA management
The Cisco IOS Software IP SLA tool monitors packet latency, jitter, and loss over metro optical networks or a combination of
metro optical and IP and Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) networks. The IP SLA tool can be used with Cisco IOS Software
devices and other vendor devices. Comprehensive performance management statistics are provided at the interface or
subinterface level (VLAN) for proactive SLA tracking and network problem identification.
Packet over SONET/SDH (PoS) PoS support allows the service provider to transport Ethernet traffic originating on a Cisco ML-Series card over an optical
virtual ports support
interface and terminate the signal on an optical port of existing Layer 2 and Layer 3 equipment, eliminating the need to bookend
the Cisco ML-Series cards within the network.
Reduced interface costs
The use of the Cisco ML-Series cards and shared bandwidth transport allows the service provider to benefit from statistically
multiplexing the edge traffic before handing off a more efficiently filled interface to the core router or switch.
APPLICATIONS
The Cisco ONS 15454 ML-Series cards provide the flexibility to meet the demands of a wide variety of network applications found within
many service providers’ transport networks. The following figures show a few of the applications that can be cost-effectively deployed
using the Cisco ONS 15454 with the Cisco ML-Series cards.
Ethernet Service Delivery
The Cisco ONS 15454 with either the Cisco ML100X-8 or ML1000-2 Cisco ML-Series cards can be used for efficient 100BASE-FX and
Gigabit Ethernet service delivery over fiber to better reach customers from a central office or point of presence (POP), refer to Figure 2. In
addition, when the Cisco ONS 15454 with the Cisco ML-Series cards is placed in a telco wiring closet in the basement of a customer
building, fiber from the riser can be used to more efficiently deliver 100BASE-FX and Gigabit Ethernet services. Customers can use the
Cisco ML-Series cards to offer a wide range of Ethernet services with Layer 2 switching, RPR, and advanced QoS capabilities.
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Figure 2.
Ethernet Service Delivery
Interoffice Facility Networks
All traditional local exchange carriers (LEC) have used SONET/SDH technology to interconnect their central offices. With the explosion
of data-related services and the growth of termination equipment with integrated Ethernet interfaces and protocols, these carriers
increasingly need to transport data traffic more efficiently. Using the Cisco ML-Series cards to interconnect data traffic between the remote
terminal equipment and the central core router provides transport bandwidth efficiency by statistically multiplexing and aggregating traffic
for efficient router port use, reducing the quantity of core router interfaces. Management benefits are garnered through the integration of
data switching into the optical platform, reducing the number of data-communication-network (DCN) ports. Figure 3 shows an interoffice
facility (IOF) transport network.
Figure 3.
IOF Transport Network
Metro Data Services Network
Metropolitan networks deliver services to end-user customers. A metropolitan network that supports a wide range of service capabilities
allows the service provider to offer a tariff mix to meet customer needs. The Cisco ONS 15454 provides the foundation for building an
advanced multiservice network over an extremely reliable SONET/SDH infrastructure (refer to Figure 4). Data services delivery, such as
transparent LAN services (TLS) or Internet access, are supported by the Cisco ONS 15454 ML-Series cards through the use of 802.1Q in
the .1Q VLAN protocol, VLAN translation, input rate limiting, and advanced QoS features, including queue bandwidth control and traffic
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priority marking. These flexible features allow the service provider to build, control, and guarantee the delivery of the SLAs offered for
each service type. To help service provider technicians manage and use the network, the Cisco ML-Series cards integrate Cisco IOS
Software, the industry’s best-known Layer 2 and Layer 3 technology, reducing training time and cost.
Figure 4.
Metro Data Services Network TLS
Cable Television Data Transport
Cable television operators are experiencing rapid growth of subscribers to their data services. The Cisco ONS 15454 with Cisco ML-Series
cards provides a solution to efficiently transport the increasing data on cable television networks. The Cisco solution allows the cable
operator to aggregate data traffic, using the Cisco ML-Series cards, from multiple secondary headends and statistically multiplex it onto
shared transport bandwidth for handoff to a core router at the master headend (Figure 5). Cable modem traffic is bursty, and the sharing of
bandwidth allows better use of optical transport resources compared to dedicated point-to-point connections. The advanced QoS
capabilities of the Cisco ML-Series cards allow the cable network engineer to design the network to support the committed information rate
(CIR) necessary for the types of services being offered, such as Web browsing, VoIP, and video on demand (VoD). The Cisco ML-Series
cards allow the user to build traffic queues and associate priority and bandwidth with each queue type, allowing the transport demands of
each service to be met. The Cisco ONS 15454 platform supports in-service bandwidth upgrades and allows the transport network to scale
from 155 Mbps to 320 Gbps using dense wavelength-division multiplexing (DWDM) so that growth demands should be easily met.
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Figure 5.
Cable Television Data Networking
THE CISCO ADVANTAGE
The Cisco ONS 15454 MSPP solution offers significant advantages over traditional optical network elements combined with external
Layer 2 and Layer 3 devices. These advantages are summarized as follows.
Integrated Multiservice Capabilities
The Cisco ONS 15454 MSPP solution supports traditional TDM-based, private-line services (for example, DS-1/E-1, DS-3/E-3, and OCn/STM-n) along with advanced Ethernet-based services, simplifying service provider migration to new data tariffs and interface flexibility
for enterprise users.
Flexible Architectures
The Cisco ONS 15454 platform supports two- or four-fiber bidirectional line switched ring (BLSR) or multiplex section-shared protection
ring (MS-SPR), unidirectional path switched ring (UPSR) or multiplex section protection (MSP), linear automatic protection switching
(APS) or subnetwork connection (SNC), and path-protected mesh networking (PPMN) architectures. The Cisco ML-Series services cards
can be deployed over any of these architectures and protection schemes, allowing the service provider to build a network that meets the
customer’s SLA requirements. The platform facilitates in-service optical bandwidth expansion using card upgrades, allowing customers to
expand their networks to match demand without major replacement, and allowing network expenditures to better match revenue and
bandwidth requirements.
Efficient Network Management
Management is simplified through a common DCN network connection and user access for Ethernet and optical functions.
Unified Software Load
One software load supports transport and data capabilities, eliminating unnecessary guesswork from ordering, installation, and upgrades.
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Familiar, Proven Cisco IOS Software Technology
The Cisco ML-Series cards incorporate Cisco IOS Software technology, the leading Ethernet and IP delivery vehicle. Most data
networking professionals are well trained on Cisco IOS Software, reducing the need for additional training and improving service
deployment timelines.
The Cisco ONS 15454, the industry-leading metro optical transport platform, delivers supercharged SONET/SDH transport, integrated
optical networking, outstanding multiservice interfaces, and competitive economic benefits.
CISCO ML-SERIES ETHERNET CARDS FOR CISCO ONS 15454 FEATURES AND SPECIFICATIONS
Compact Design
• Single-width card slot design for increased shelf flexibility and scalability
●
Up to 12 Cisco ML-Series cards per shelf assembly
Data Architecture Options
●
Hub and spoke
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Point to point
●
RPR with optional Dual RPR Interconnect (DRPRI) or Redundant Interconnect for fail-safe ring-to-ring networking
●
802.17b standard RPR with optional Redundant Interconnect for fail-safe ring-to-ring and ring-to-node networking
Optical Transport Options
●
UPSR or subnetwork connection protection (SNCP)
●
Two-fiber and four-fiber BLSR or MS-SPR
●
APS or MSP (1 + 1 unidirectional or bidirectional)
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Path-protected mesh network (PPMN)
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Unprotected (0 + 1)
Network Architecture Flexibility
●
Ring
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Multiple rings
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Linear add-drop multiplexer
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Terminal
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REGULATORY COMPLIANCE
Table 3 summarizes regulatory compliance for the Cisco ONS 15454 MSPP solution.
Table 3.
Regulatory Compliance
Countries
SONET System
● Canada
SDH System
● EU
● USA
● Mexico
● Australia
● New Zealand
● Korea
● Japan
● Singapore
● China
● EU
● Mexico
● Hong Kong
● Korea
EMC Emissions (Radiated, Conducted)
● ICES-003
● GR-1089-CORE
● 47CFR15
● VCCI V-3/2000.04
● CISPR24
EMC Immunity
● GR-1089-CORE
● CISPR24
● EN50082-2
Safety
● CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60950-00 Third Ed., 12/ 1/2002
● GR-1089-CORE
● GR-63-CORE
● TS001
Environmental
● GR-63-CORE
● EN 300 386-TC
● EN50081-1
● EN55022
● AS/NZS3548, Amendment 1 + 2 1995
● EN300-386-TC
● EN55024
● UL 1950 Third Ed., 12/1/2000
● EN60950 (to A4)
● IEC60950/EN60950, 3rd Ed.
● AS/NZS3260 Supplement 1, 2, 3, 4, 1997
● ETS 300-019 (Class 3.1E) (Note 2)
● AT&T Network Equipment Design Specification
Structural Dynamics
● GR-63-CORE
● ETS 300-019 (Class 3.1E) (Note 2)
● AT&T Network Equipment Design Specification
Power and Grounding
● SBC (TP76200MP)
● ETS 300-253 (grounding)
● ETS 300-132-1 (DC power)
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SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
Table 4 lists system requirements for the Cisco ONS 15454 MSPP solution.
Table 4.
System Requirements
Component
Cisco ONS 15454 SONET
Cisco ONS 15454 SDH
Processor
TCC+or TCC2
TCC2
Cross-connect
Cisco 15454 XC , XC-VT, XC-10G, or XC-VXC-10G
Cisco 15454 XC-10G, XC-VXL-10G, XC-VXL-2.5G, or XCVXC-10G
Shelf assembly
Network Equipment Building Standards (NEBS), NEBS3E,
and ANSI versions with appropriate fan tray assembly
European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI)
version with SDH 48V fan tray assembly
System software
Slot compatibility
1
Cisco ML100T-12 and ML1000-2: Revision 4.0.0 or greater
Cisco ML100T-12 and ML1000-2: Revision 4.0.0 or greater
Cisco ML100X-8: Revision 6.0.0 or greater
Cisco ML100X-8: Revision 6.0.0 or greater
Cisco 15454 XC and XC-VT: Slots 5, 6, 12, and 13
Cisco 15454 XC-10G and XC-VXC-10G: Slots 1 to 6 and 12
to 17
Cisco 15454 XC-10G, XC-VXL-2.5G, XC-VXL-10G, and XCVXC-10G: Slots 1 to 6 and 12 to 17
1. The Cisco ML100X-8 card is not compatible with the Cisco 15454 XC cross-connect.
SPECIFICATIONS
Table 5 lists the specifications for the Cisco ML-Series cards.
Table 5.
Specifications for Cisco ML-Series Cards
Attribute
Cisco ML100T-12 and ML100X-8
Cisco ML1000-2
Cisco ML100T-12: 12 RJ-45
Two SFP slots (SX or LX SFP)
Client Interfaces
Ports
● Card
Cisco ML100X-8: Eight SFPs (100BASE-FX or 100BASELX)
● Shelf (maximum 12 cards)
Up to 144
Up to 24
● Rack (maximum four shelves)
Up to 576
Up to 96
Cisco ML100T-12: 10/100 Mbps
1000 Mbps
Speed
Cisco ML100X-8: 100 Mbps
Autonegotiation of duplex mode
Cisco ML100T-12: Yes
Yes
Cisco ML100X-8: Fixed at 100 Mbps
Flow control pause
Yes
Yes
Ports
Two
Two
Circuit size
SONET: STS-1, -3c, -6c, -9c, -12c, and -24c (virtual
concatenation: STS-1-2v, STS-3c-2v, and STS-12c-2v)
SONET: STS-1, -3c, -6c, -9c, -12c, and -24c
(virtual concatenation: STS-1-2v, STS-3c-2v, and STS12c-2v)
SDH: VC-3, -4, -4-2c, -4-3c, -4-4c, and -4-8c (virtual
concatenation: VC-3-2v, VC-4-2v, and VC-4-4c-2v)
SDH: VC-3, -4, -4-2c, -4-3c, -4-4c, and -4-8c (virtual
concatenation: VC-3-2v, VC-4-2v, and VC-4-4c-2v)
SONET: STS-48
SONET: STS-48
SONET/SDH Virtual Interfaces
Maximum card bandwidth
Encapsulation
SDH: VC-4-16
SDH: VC-4-16
Generic framing procedure framing (GFP-F) and virtual
concatenation (VCAT)
GFP-F and VCAT
Cisco High-Level Data Link Control (HDLC)
PPP (RFC 2615) and BCP (RFC 2878)
Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) (RFC 2615) and Bridge
Control Protocol (BCP) (RFC 2878)
LEX (Cisco G-Series compatible)
Cisco HDLC
LAN extension (LEX) (Cisco G-Series compatible)
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Attribute
Cisco ML100T-12 and ML100X-8
Cisco ML1000-2
Protocols
Layer 3 switching
IP switching, static routes, Routing Information Protocol Version 2 (RIPv2), Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing
Protocol (EIGRP), Open Shortest Path First (OSPF), Border Gateway Protocol (BGP), Intermediate System-toIntermediate System (IS-IS), Hot Standby Router Protocol (HSRP), VPN routing and forwarding (VRF-lite with OSPF,
BGP, and RIP), QoS, IP Multicast (Protocol Independent Multicast dense mode [PIM-DM], PIM sparse mode [PIMSM], PIM-SM-DM, Internet Group Management Protocol [IGMP], Source Specific Multicast [SSM], and Multiprotocol
BGP [MBGP])
Layer 2 switching
Ethernet switching and bridging (802.1D), VLAN (802.1Q), priority (802.1p), spanning tree (802.1D), rapid spanning
®
tree (Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol [RSTP], 802.1w), flow control (802.3x), Cisco Fast EtherChannel technology,
Cisco Gigabit EtherChannel technology, PoS Channel (PEC), 802.1Q in 802.1Q, per VLAN rapid spanning tree
(PVRSTP) switching
QoS
Classifiers (ingress: 254 classes)
Policing
IP Precedence
IP Precedence
Input interface (port)
Input interface (port)
Bridge group (VLAN)
Bridge group (VLAN)
Priority (802.1p)
Priority (802.1p)
DSCPs
DSCPs
1-Mbps rate limiting (sustained rate and burst)
1-Mbps rate limiting (sustained rate and burst)
Dual CIR and peak information rate (PIR) leaky bucket
(port)
Dual CIR and PIR leaky bucket (port)
Admission control to prevent overcommitment
Admission control to prevent overcommitment
Queuing
400+ scheduling queues
400+ scheduling queues
Load and committed bandwidth-based buffer control, 4000
packet buffers, and tail drop
Load and committed bandwidth-based buffer control,
4000 packet buffers, and tail drop
Low-latency queues
Low-latency queues
Schedulers
WDRR
WDRR
Cisco Modular QoS command-line
interface (CLI)
Supported
Supported
Statistics
Ethernet ports
● Receive
Bytes, packets, unicast packets, multicast packets, broadcast packets, giants, frame-check-sequence (FCS) errors,
runts, jabber, and alignment errors
● Transmit
Bytes, packets, unicast packets, multicast packets, broadcast packets, giants, and collisions
Virtual ports (PoS)
● Receive
Pre-HDLC bytes, post-HDLC bytes, packets, short, runts, long, cyclic-redundancy-check (CRC) errors, input drop
packet, and input abort packet
● Transmit
Pre-HDLC bytes, post-HDLC bytes, packets, and port drop counter
Security
Access control list (ACL)
Standard IP on input and output of routed packets
Standard IP on input of bridged packets
Extended IP to limit control-plane access
4000 entries per card
Ethernet
Bridge groups (card)
255
255
Supported 802.1Q VLAN range
1 to 4095
1 to 4095
Hierarchical VLANs (.1Q in .1Q)
255
255
Spanning-tree instances (802.1D)
255
255
Per-VLAN rapid spanning tree (PVRST)
instances
255
255
Maximum-transmission-unit (MTU) sizes
64 to 9000 bytes
64 to 9000 bytes
Link aggregation
Cisco Fast EtherChannel links (maximum four links per
Cisco Gigabit EtherChannel links (maximum 2 links per
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Attribute
● Client interfaces
● Virtual interfaces (Pos channel)
Cable
Cisco ML100T-12 and ML100X-8
Cisco ML1000-2
group), 2 ports per link or 1 link
group), 2 ports per link or 1 link
Cisco ML100T-12: Shielded twisted-pair (STP) Ethernet
cable, RJ-45 plug connector (NEBS locations)
Optical fiber, LC connector, single- or multimode (refer
to Table 6)
Cisco ML100X-8: Optical fiber, LC connector, single- or
multimode (refer to Table 6)
Performance
Layer 2 and Layer 3 switching
Up to 5.0 Mbps
Up to 5.0 Mbps
Management Interfaces
Data
Cisco IOS Software CLI through console port, Telnet, configured user (client) port, or Cisco transport controller
window Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) traps
Transport (SONET/SDH)
Cisco transport controller or Transaction Language One (TL-1) using Telnet or serial port SNMP traps and TL-1
autonomous messages
Cisco ML-Series card
● Console port
RJ-11 jack and data communications equipment (DCE)
RJ-11 jack and DCE
TCC card
● LAN access and Cisco transport
RJ-45 jack and 10BASE-T
RJ-45 jack and 10BASE-T
Controller
● Serial port
DB-9 jack
DB-9 jack
Security
Multilevel access control, data, and transport planes
Card LEDs
● Failure (FAIL)
Red
Red
Green
Green
Green
Green
Amber (flash)
Amber (flash)
● Status (ACT)
Port LEDs (per port)
● Link (LINK)
● Activity (ACT)
Performance Monitoring
SONET (virtual ports)
Path terminating equipment (PTE); the following SONET/SDH path alarms are supported:
● Alarm indication signal (AIS)
● Loss of pointer (LoP)
● Unequipped (UNEQ)
● Remote failure indicator (RFI)
● Trace identifier mismatch (TIM)
● Bit error rate signal fail/signal degrade (SF/SD)
● Path trace (J1 byte) – Transmit and receive
SNMP traps
Spanning Tree Protocol traps: Bridge-MIB (RFC 1493)
Authentication trap: RFC 1157
Link-up and Link-down traps for Ethernet ports: IF-MIB (RFC 1573) and SONET/SDH MIB (RFC 2558)
Power
Card
53W
49W
Single card slot
Single card slot
12.65 H x 0.72 W x 9.00 D (in.)
12.65 H x 0.72 W x 9.00 D (in.)
32.13 H x 1.83 W x 22.86 D (cm)
32.13 H x 1.83 W x 22.86 D (cm)
2.59 lb (1.17 kg)
2.48 lb (1.12 kg)
Physical
Size
Weight
Operating Environment
Temperature
23 to 131°F (–5 to 55°C)
Humidity
5 to 95%, noncondensing
23 to 131°F ( –5 to 55°C)
5 to 95%, noncondensing
Storage Environment
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Attribute
Cisco ML100T-12 and ML100X-8
Cisco ML1000-2
Temperature
–40 to 185°F (–40 to 85°C)
–40 to 185° F (–40 to 85°C)
Humidity
5 to 95%, noncondensing
5 to 95%, noncondensing
ORDERING INFORMATION
Table 6 lists ordering information for the Cisco ONS 15454 MSPP solution.
Table 6.
Ordering Information
Part Number
Description
15454-ML100X-8
100 Mbps BASE-FX/LX Ethernet card, eight SFP connections, Layer 2 and Layer 3 switching, SONET (ANSI) system
15454E-ML100X-8
100 Mbps BASE-FX/LX Ethernet card, eight SFP connections, Layer 2 and Layer 3 switching, SDH (ETSI) system
ONS-SE-100-LX10
SFP – 100-Mbps Long Reach – 1310 nm – SM – LC, EXT-TEMP
ONS-SE-100-FX
SFP – 100-Mbps Short Reach – 1310 nm – MM – LC, EXT-TEMP
15454-ML100T-12
10/100-Mbps Ethernet card, 12 ports, RJ-45, Layer 2 and Layer 3 switching, SONET (ANSI) system, includes console cable
15454E-ML100T-12
10/100-Mbps Ethernet card, 12 ports, RJ-45, Layer 2 and Layer 3 switching, SDH (ETSI) system, includes console cable
15454-ML1000-2
1000-Mbps Ethernet card, 2 SFP slots, Layer 2 and Layer 3 switching, SONET (ANSI) system
15454E-ML1000-2
1000-Mbps Ethernet card, 2 SFP slots, Layer 2 and Layer 3 switching, SDH (ETSI) system
15454-CONSOLE-02
Cable, console, Cisco ML-Series, RJ-11 plug to RJ-45 jack, 22 in. (55.9 cm) long, SONET (ANSI) system
15454E-CONSOLE-02
Cable, console, Cisco ML-Series, RJ-11 plug to RJ-45 jack, 22 in. (55.9 cm) long, SDH (ETSI) system
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