Cisco 15454-SFP-LC-SX= - SFP Transceiver Module Specifications

Installing the GBIC, SFP, and XFP Optics Modules
in Cisco ONS Platforms
This document provides compatibility information and installation procedures for gigabit interface
converter (GBIC), small form-factor pluggable (SFP), and 10 Gigabit small form-factor pluggable
(XFP) optics modules used with the Cisco ONS 15454, 15454 SDH, 15327, 15600, 15310-CL, and
15310-MA nodes. It also contains removal instructions, cabling, and technical specifications. Use this
document in conjunction with platform-specific Cisco user documentation when working with GBICs
and SFPs/XFPs or any other system components.
GBICs and SFPs/XFPs are hot-swappable input/output devices that plug into a line card port to link the
port with the fiber-optic network. For all cards, the type of GBIC or SFP/XFP plugged into the card is
displayed in CTC and in TL1.
The sections included in this document are:
•
Compatibility by Card, page 2
•
GBIC Description and Specifications, page 6
– GBIC Port Cabling Specifications, page 8
– DWDM and CWDM GBICs, page 9
•
SFP Description and Specifications, page 11
– SFP Port Cabling Specifications, page 15
•
XFP Description and Specifications, page 19
– XFP Port Cabling Specifications, page 20
•
GBIC, SFP and XFP Installation and Removal, page 20
– Installing a GBIC or SFP/XFP, page 21
– Connecting Single-Mode and Multimode Optical Fiber, page 23
– Preprovision an SFP or XFP Slot, page 23
– Provision a Multirate PPM, page 24
– Removing a GBIC or SFP/XFP, page 24
•
Related Documentation, page 25
•
Obtaining Documentation, page 26
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– Cisco.com, page 26
– Product Documentation DVD, page 26
– Cisco Optical Networking Product Documentation CD-ROM, page 26
– Ordering Documentation, page 26
•
Documentation Feedback, page 27
•
Cisco Product Security Overview, page 27
– Reporting Security Problems in Cisco Products, page 27
•
Obtaining Technical Assistance, page 28
– Cisco Technical Support & Documentation Website, page 28
– Submitting a Service Request, page 29
– Definitions of Service Request Severity, page 29
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Obtaining Additional Publications and Information, page 29
Compatibility by Card
Table 1 lists Cisco ONS 15454, 15454 SDH, 15327, 15600, 15310-CL, and 15310-MA cards with their
compatible GBICs, SFPs and XFPs.
Caution
Table 1
Only use GBICs, SFPs, and XFPs certified for use in Cisco Optical Networking Systems. The qualified
Cisco GBIC, SFP, and XFP’s top assembly numbers (TANs) are provided in Table 1.
GBIC, SFP, and XFP Card Compatibility
Compatible GBIC, SFP or XFP Cisco Top Assembly Number
(Cisco Product ID)
(TAN)
Platform
Card
ONS 15600
SONET/SDH
ASAP (ONS 15600 SONET/SDH)
ONS-SE-2G-L2=
ONS-SE-Z1=
ONS-SI-622-L2=
ONS-SI-155-L2=
ONS-SC-2G-46.1= through
ONS-SC-2G-60.6=
ONS-SC-2G-30.3= through
ONS-SC-2G-44.5=
10-2013-01
10-1971-01
10-1936-01
10-1937-01
10-2170-01 through 10-2184-01,
and 10-2186-01
10-2155-01 through 10-2169-01,
and 10-2185-01
ONS 15310-CL
SONET
15310-CL-CTX
ONS-SI-155-I1=
ONS-SI-155-L1=
ONS-SI-155-L2=
ONS-SI-622-I1=
ONS-SI-622-L1=
ONS-SI-622-L2=
10-1938-01
10-1957-01
10-1937-01
10-1956-01
10-1958-01
10-1936-01
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Table 1
GBIC, SFP, and XFP Card Compatibility (continued)
Platform
Card
ONS 15310-MA
CTX2500
Compatible GBIC, SFP or XFP Cisco Top Assembly Number
(Cisco Product ID)
(TAN)
155M SFP Optics
ONS-SI-155-I1=
ONS-SI-155-L1=
ONS-SI-155-L2=
155M SFP Optics
10-1938-01
10-1957-01
10-1937-01
622M SFP Optics
ONS-SI-622-I1=
ONS-SI-622-L1=
ONS-SI-622-L2=
622M SFP Optics
10-1956-01
10-1958-01
10-1936-01
2.5G SFP Optics
ONS-SI-2G-I1=
ONS-SI-2G-L1=
ONS-SI-2G-S1=
ONS-SI-2G-L2=
2.5G SFP Optics
10-1993-01
10-2102-01
10-1992-01
10-1990-01
155M CWDM SFP Optics 155M CWDM SFP Optics
ONS-SE-155-1470= through 10-1996-01 through
10-2003-01 and 10-1997-01
ONS-SE-155-1610=
622M CWDM SFP Optics 622M CWDM SFP Optics
ONS-SE-622-1470= through 10-2004-01 through
10-2011-01
ONS-SE-622-1610=
ONS 15327
G1000-2
2.5G WDM SFP Optics
ONS-SC-2G-30.3= through
ONS-SC-2G-60.6=
2.5G WDM SFP Optics
10-2155-01 through
10-2186-01
15327-SFP-LC-SX=
15327-SFP-LC-LX=
30-1301-01
30-1299-01
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Table 1
GBIC, SFP, and XFP Card Compatibility (continued)
Compatible GBIC, SFP or XFP Cisco Top Assembly Number
(Cisco Product ID)
(TAN)
Platform
Card
ONS 15454
SONET/SDH
E1000-2-G (ONS 15454 SONET only)
E1000-2
15454-GBIC-SX=
15454E-GBIC-SX=
15454-GBIC-LX/LH=
15454E-GBIC-LX/LH=
ONS-GC-GE-SX=
ONS-GC-GE-LX=
ONS-GC-GE-ZX=
30-0759-01
800-06780-011
10-1743-01
30-0703-01
10-2192-01
10-2191-01
10-2190-01
G1K-42
G1000-4
15454-GBIC-SX=
15454E-GBIC-SX=
15454-GBIC-LX/LH=
15454E-GBIC-LX/LH=
15454-GBIC-ZX=
15454E-GBIC-ZX=
15454-GBIC-xx.x=3
15454E-GBIC-xx.x=3
15454-GBIC-xxxx=4
15454E-GBIC-xxxx=4
ONS-GC-GE-SX=
ONS-GC-GE-LX=
ONS-GC-GE-ZX=
30-0759-01
800-06780-01
10-1743-01
30-0703-01
30-0848-01
10-1744-01
10-1845-01 through 10-1876-01
10-1845-01 through 10-1876-01
10-1453-01 through 10-1460-01
10-1453-01 through 10-1460-01
10-2192-01
10-2191-01
10-2190-01
ML1000-2
15454-SFP-LC-SX=
15454E-SFP-LC-SX=
15454-SFP-LC-LX=
15454E-SFP-LC-LX=
30-1301-01
30-1301-01
30-1299-01
30-1299-01
ML100X-8
CE-100T-8 (ONS 15454 SDH)
ONS-SE-100-FX=
ONS-SE-100-LX10=
10-2212-01
10-2213-01
CE-1000-4
15454-GBIC-SX=
15454-GBIC-LX=
15454-GBIC-ZX=
15454-GBIC-xx.x=3
15454E-GBIC-xx.x=3
15454-GBIC-xxxx=3
15454E-GBIC-xxxx=4
ONS-GC-GE-SX=
ONS-GC-GE-LX=
ONS-GC-GE-ZX=
30-0759-01
10-1743-01
30-0848-01
10-1845-01 through 10-1876-01
10-1845-01 through 10-1876-01
10-1453-01 through 10-1460-01
10-1453-01 through 10-1460-01
10-2192-01
10-2191-01
10-2190-01
FC_MR-4
15454-GBIC-SX=
15454E-GBIC-SX=
15454-GBIC-LX/LH=
15454E-GBIC-LX/LH=
ONS-GX-2FC-MMI=
ONS-GX-2FC-SML=
30-0759-01
800-06780-01
10-1743-01
30-0703-01
10-2015-01
10-2016-01
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Table 1
GBIC, SFP, and XFP Card Compatibility (continued)
Platform
Card
ONS 15454
SONET/SDH
(Continued)
MRC-12
Compatible GBIC, SFP or XFP Cisco Top Assembly Number
(Cisco Product ID)
(TAN)
ONS-SC-2G-30.3= through
ONS-SC-2G-60.6=
ONS_SE-155-1470= through
ONS-SE-155-1610=
ONS-SE-622-1470= through
ONS-SE-622-1610=
ONS-SI-155-I1=
ONS-SI-155-L1=
ONS-SI-155-L2=
ONS-SI-2G-S1=
ONS-SI-2G-I1=
ONS-SI-2G-L1=
ONS-SI-2G-L2=
ONS-SI-622-I1=
ONS-SI-622-L1=
ONS-SI-622-L2=
10-2155-01 through
10-2186-01
10-1996-01 through 10-2003-01
and 10-1997-01
10-2004-01 through
10-2011-01
10-1938-01
10-1957-01
10-1937-01
10-1992-01
10-1993-01
10-2102-01
10-1990-01
10-1956-01
10-1958-01
10-1936-01
OC192SR1/STM64IO Short Reach
ONS-XC-10G-S1=
(This card is designated as
OC192-XFP or STM 64 XFP in CTC.)
10-2012-01
OC192/STM64 Any Reach
ONS-XC-10G-S1=
(This card is designated as
ONS-XC-10G-I2=
OC192-XFP or STM 64 XFP in CTC.) ONS-XC-10G-L2=
10-2012-01
10-2193-01
10-2194-01
MXP_2.5G_10G
MXPP_2.5G_10G
15454-SFP-OC48-IR=
ONS-SE-2G-S1=
10-1975-01
10-2017-01
MXP_2.5G_10E
MXP_2.5G_10E_L
MXP_2.5G_10E_C
15454-SFP-OC48-IR=
ONS-SE-2G-S1=
ONS-SE-2G-L2=
10-1975-01
10-2017-01
10-2013-01
MXP_MR_2.5G
MXPP_MR_2.5G
15454-SFP-GE+-LX=
15454E-SFP-GE+-LX=
15454-SFP-GEFC-SX=
15454E-SFP-GEFC-S=
ONS-SE-G2F-SX=
ONS-SE-G2F-LX=
ONS-SE-200-MM=
10-1832-03
10-1832-03
10-1833-02
10-1833-02
10-2272-01
10-2273-01
10-2248-01
TXP_MR_10E
TXP_MR_10E_L
TXP_MR_10E_C
ONS-XC-10G-S1=
10-2012-01
ONS-XC-10G-L2= (Only for 10-2194-01
use on the ONS 15454 SDH
and only when placed in
Slots 6, 7, 12, or 13.)
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Table 1
GBIC, SFP, and XFP Card Compatibility (continued)
Compatible GBIC, SFP or XFP Cisco Top Assembly Number
(Cisco Product ID)
(TAN)
Platform
Card
ONS 15454
SONET/SDH
(Continued)
TXP_MR_2.5G
TXPP_MR_2.5G
15454-SFP3-1-IR=
15454E-SFP-L.1.1=
15454-SFP12-4-IR=
15454E-SFP-L.4.1=
15454-SFP-OC48-IR=
15454E-SFP-L.16.1=
ONS-SE-G2F-SX=
ONS-SE-G2F-LX=
ONS-SE-200-MM=
15454-SFP-200=
15454E-SFP-200=
15454-SFP-GEFC-SX=
15454E-SFP-GEFC-S=
15454-SFP-GE+-LX=
15454E-SFP-GE+-LX=
10-1828-01
10-1828-01
10-1976-01
10-1976-01
10-1975-01
10-1975-01
10-2272-01
10-2273-01
10-2248-01
10-1750-01
10-1750-01
10-1833-02
10-1833-02
10-1832-03
10-1832-03
MXP_MR_10DME_C
MXP_MR_10DME_L
ONS-SE-4G-MM=
ONS-SE-4G-SM=
ONS-SE-G2F-LX=
ONS-SE-G2F-SX=
10-2259-01
10-2252-01
10-2273-01
10-2272-01
1. This TAN is only compatible with ONS 15454-E1000-2 or 15454-E1000-2-G cards.
2. G1000-4 cards support CWDM and DWDM GBICs. G1K-4 cards with the Common Language Equipment Identification (CLEI) code of WM5IRWPCAA
(manufactured after August 2003) support CWDM and DWDM GBICs. G1K-4 cards manufactured prior to August 2003 do not support CWDM or
DWDM GBICs.
3. xx.x defines the 32 possible wavelengths as shown in Table 6 on page 10. For example, 1530.33 nm DWDM wavelength is represented as 30.3.
4. xxxx defines the 8 possible wavelengths as shown in Table 5 on page 10. For example, 1470 nm CWDM wavelength is represented as 1470.
GBIC Description and Specifications
GBICs are integrated fiber optic transceivers that provide high speed serial links from a port or slot to
the network. Various latching mechanisms can be utilized on the GBICs. There is no correlation between
the type of latch to the model type (such as SX or LX/LH) or technology type (such as Gigabit Ethernet).
See the label on the GBIC for technology type and model. One GBIC model has two clips (one on each
side of the GBIC) that secure the GBIC in the slot on the Ethernet card; the other has a locking handle.
Both types are shown in Figure 1.
GBIC dimensions are:
•
Height 0.39 in. (1 cm)
•
Width 1.18 in. (3 cm)
•
Depth 2.56 in. (6.5 cm)
GBIC temperature ranges are:
•
COM—commercial operating temperature range -5 C to 70 C
•
EXT—extended operating temperature range -5 C to 85 C
•
IND—industrial operating temperature range -40 C to 85 C
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Caution
Do not add labels or markings to the GBICs.
Figure 1
GBICs with Clips (Left) and with a Handle (Right)
Clip
Handle
Receiver
Transmitter
51178
Receiver
Transmitter
Table 2 lists specifications for available GBICs (non-DWDM/CWDM). See the “DWDM and CWDM
GBICs” section on page 9 for descriptions and specifications for DWDM and CWDM GBICs.
Table 2
GBIC Specifications
Transmitter Output
Power Min/Max
(dBm)
Receiver Input
Power Min/Max
(dBm)
GBIC
Interface
15454-GC-GE-SX=
Short Reach
Gigabit Ethernet
Fibre Channel, 1 Gbps
-9.5 to -4
-17 to 0
15454-GC-GE-LX=
Long Reach
Gigabit Ethernet
Fibre Channel, 1 Gbps
-9.5 to -3
-19 to -3
15454-GC-GE-ZX=
Extended Reach
Gigabit Ethernet
0 to 5
-23 to -3
15454-GBIC-xx.x=1
15454E-GBIC-xx.x=
DWDM
Gigabit Ethernet
-0 to +3
-28 to -7
15454-GBIC-xxxx=1
15454E-GBIC-xxxx=
CWDM
Gigabit Ethernet
+1 to +5
-29 to -7
15454-GBIC-LX=/
15454E-GBIC-LX=
1000Base-LX, SC, SM, -9.5 to -3
or MM
-19 to -3
15454-GBIC-SX=/
15454E-GBIC-SX=
1000Base-SX, SC, or
MM
-17 to -0
15454-GBIC-LX/LH=
15454E-GBIC-LX/LH=
1000Base-LX, SC, SM, -9.5 to -3
or MM
-19 to -3
15454-GBIC-ZX=
15454E-GBIC-ZX=
1000Base-ZX, SM
-23 to -3
-9.5 to 0
-5 to 0
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Table 2
GBIC Specifications (continued)
Transmitter Output
Power Min/Max
(dBm)
Receiver Input
Power Min/Max
(dBm)
GBIC
Interface
ONS-GX-2FC-MMI=
Short Reach
Fibre Channel,
1 or 2 Gbps
-9.5 to -5
-17 to 0
ONS-GX-2FC-SML=
Long Reach
Fibre Channel,
1 or 2 Gbps
-9 to -3
-18 to -3
1. Operating temperature range for a card with CWDM/DWDM GBICs installed is limited to -5 to +40 degrees Celsius.
Operation with CWDM/DWDM GBICs requires R4.1 or later version G1K-4 hardware, CLEI Code WM5IRWPCAA.
GBIC Port Cabling Specifications
Table 3 provides cabling specifications for single-mode fiber (SMF) GBICs and Table 4 provides cabling
specifications for multimode fiber (MMF) GBICs that you install into Ethernet cards. All GBIC ports
have SC-type connectors and the minimum cable distance for all GBICs listed is 6.5 feet (2 m).
Table 3
Single-Mode Fiber GBIC Port Cabling Specifications
GBIC
Wavelength
Fiber Type
15454-GBIC-xx.x=
15454E-GBIC-xx.x=
DWDM
See Table 6 on
9 micron SMF
15454-GBIC-xxxx=
15454E-GBIC-xxxx=
CWDM
See Table 5 on
15454-GC-GE-LX=
Long Reach
1310 nm
15454-GC-GE-ZX=
Extended Reach
1
page 10
9 micron SMF
100 to 120 km
(62 to 74.5 miles)
9 micron SMF
10 km (6.2 miles)
50.0 micron SMF
550 m (1804 ft)
62.5 micron SMF
275 m (902.2 ft)
9 micron SMF
70 to 100 km3
(43.4 to 62 miles)
page 10
1550 nm
2
Cable Distance
100 to 120 km (unamplified)
(62 to 74.5 miles)
Up to 300 km (amplified)
(Up to 186.4 miles)
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Table 3
Single-Mode Fiber GBIC Port Cabling Specifications (continued)
GBIC
Wavelength
ONS-GX-2FC-SML=
Long Reach
1310 nm
4
Fiber Type
Cable Distance
9 micron SMF
10 km (6.2 miles)
50.0 micron SMF
62.5 micron SMF
225 m (738 ft) (with a mode
conditioning patch cord for
transmitter)
1. The 15454-GC-GE-ZX operates on SMF optic link spans of up to 80 km in length. Link spans of up to 100 km are possible
using premium SMF or dispersion shifted SMF. When shorter distances of SMF are used, it may be necessary to insert an
in-line optical attenuator in the link, to avoid overloading the receiver. For fiber-optic cable spans less than 25 km, insert a
10 dB in-line optical attenuator between the fiber-optic cable plant and the receiving port on the 15454-GC-GE-ZX at each
end of the link. For fiber-optic cable spans equal to or greater than 25 km and less than 50 km, insert a 5 dB in-line optical
attenuator between the fiber-optic cable plant and the receiving port on the 15454-GC-GE-ZX at the end of the link.
2. Typical loss on a 1550 nm wavelength SMF is .3 dB/km.
3. 100 km cable distance requires dispersion-shifted SMF (15454-GC-GE-ZX)
4. Typical loss on a 1310 nm wavelength SMF is .50 dB/km.
Table 4
Multimode Fiber GBIC Port Cabling Specifications
GBIC
Wavelength
Fiber Type1
Cable Distance
15454-GC-GE-SX=
Short Reach
850 nm
62.5 micron MMF
220 m (722 ft)
275 m (902 ft)
50.0 micron MMF
500 m (1640 ft)
550 m (1804 ft)
15454-GC-GE-LX=
Long Reach
ONS-GX-2FC-MMI=
Short Reach
1310 nm
850 nm
62.5 micron MMF
2
550 m (1804 ft)
50.0 micron MMF
550 m (1804 ft)
50.0 micron MMF
550 m (1804 ft)
62.5 micron MMF
300 m (984.3 ft)
1. The numbers given for MMF refer to the core diameter. For SMF, 8.3 micron refers to the core diameter. The 9-micron and
10-micron values refer to the mode-field diameter (MFD), which is the diameter of the light-carrying portion of the fiber.
This area consists of the fiber core and a small portion of the surrounding cladding. The MFD is a function of the core
diameter, the wavelength of the laser, and the refractive index difference between the core and the cladding.
2. When using an LX/LH GBIC with 62.5-micron diameter MMF, you must install a mode-conditioning patch cord
(CAB-GELX-625 or equivalent) between the GBIC and the MMF cable on both the transmit and receive ends of the link.
The mode-conditioning patch cord is required for link distances less than 328 feet (100 m) or greater than 984 feet (300 m).
The mode-conditioning patch cord prevents overdriving the receiver for short lengths of MMF and reduces differential mode
delay for long lengths of MMF.
DWDM and CWDM GBICs
DWDM GBICs (15454-GBIC-xx.x and 15454E-GBIC-xx.x) and CWDM GBICs (15454-GBIC-xxxx
and 15454E-GBIC-xxxx) are both wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) technologies that operate over
single-mode fibers with SC connectors. Cisco CWDM GBIC technology uses a 20 nm wavelength grid and
Cisco ONS 15454 DWDM GBIC technology uses a 0.8 nm wavelength grid. CTC displays the specific
wavelengths of the installed CWDM or DWDM GBICs. DWDM wavelengths are spaced closer together
and require more precise lasers than CWDM. The DWDM spectrum allows for optical signal amplification.
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GBIC Description and Specifications
The ONS 15454-supported CWDM GBICs reach up to 100 to 120 km over single-mode fiber and support
eight wavelengths as shown in Table 5.
Table 5
Supported Wavelengths for CWDM GBICs
CWDM GBIC Wavelengths
1470 nm
1490 nm
1510 nm
1530 nm
1550 nm
1570 nm
1590 nm
1610 nm
Corresponding GBIC Colors Gray
Violet
Blue
Green
Yellow
Orange
Red
Brown
Band
49
51
53
55
57
59
61
47
The ONS 15454-supported DWDM GBICs reach up to 100 to 120 km over single-mode fiber and
support 32 different wavelengths at 100GHz spacing in the C-Band. These wavelengths are compatible
with Cisco DWDM filters, such as ONS 15454 MSTP and ONS 15216 Flexlayer. Paired with optical
amplifiers, such as the Cisco ONS 15216 EDFA3, the DWDM GBICs allow maximum unregenerated
spans of approximately 300 km (Table 6).
Table 6
Blue Band
Supported Wavelengths for DWDM GBICs
1530.33 nm 1531.12 nm 1531.90 nm 1532.68 nm 1534.25 nm 1535.04 nm 1535.82 nm 1536.61 nm
1538.19 nm 1538.98 nm 1539.77 nm 1540.56 nm 1542.14 nm 1542.94 nm 1543.73 nm 1544.53 nm
Red Band
1546.12 nm 1546.92 nm 1547.72 nm 1548.51 nm 1550.12 nm 1550.92 nm 1551.72 nm 1552.52 nm
1554.13 nm 1554.94 nm 1555.75 nm 1556.55 nm 1558.17 nm 1558.98 nm 1559.79 nm 1560.61 nm
Placement of CWDM or DWDM GBICs
CWDM or DWDM GBICs come in set wavelengths and are not provisionable. The wavelengths are
printed on each GBIC, for example, CWDM-GBIC-1490. The user must insert the specific GBIC
transmitting the wavelength required to match the input of the CWDM/DWDM device for successful
operation (Figure 2). Follow your site plan or network diagram for the required wavelengths.
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Figure 2
CWDM GBIC with Wavelength Appropriate for Fiber-Connected Device
G1K
FAIL
ACT
RX
1470-nm Input
1
TX
ACT/LINK
RX
2
TX
Fiber Optic Connection
ACT/LINK
CWDM Mux
RX
3
TX
CWDM-GBIC-1470
ACT/LINK
RX
4
TX
90957
ACT/LINK
The Cisco ONS 15454 Procedure Guide contains specific procedures for attaching optical fiber to GBICs
and inserting GBICs into the G-Series card.
Example of CWDM or DWDM GBIC Application
A G-Series card equipped with CWDM or DWDM GBICs supports the delivery of unprotected Gigabit
Ethernet service over Metro DWDM (Figure 3). It can be used in short-haul and long-haul applications.
Figure 3
G-Series with CWDM/DWDM GBICs in Cable Network
Conventional GigE signals
GigE /
GigE /
GigE over 's
HFC
CWDM/DWDM
ONS Node
Mux only
with G-Series Cards
with CWDM/DWDM GBICs
CWDM/DWDM
Demux only
QAM
90954
VoD
= Lambdas
SFP Description and Specifications
SFPs are integrated fiber optic transceivers that provide high speed serial links from a port or slot to the
network. Various latching mechanisms can be utilized on the SFPs. There is no correlation between the
type of latch to the model type (such as SX or LX/LH) or technology type (such as Gigabit Ethernet).
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See the label on the SFP for technology type and model. One type of latch available is a mylar tab as
shown in Figure 4, a second type of latch available is an actuator/button (Figure 5), and a third type of
latch is a bail clasp (Figure 6).
SFP dimensions are:
•
Height 0.03 in. (8.5 mm)
•
Width 0.53 in. (13.4 mm)
•
Depth 2.22 in. (56.5 mm)
SFP temperature ranges are:
COM—commercial operating temperature range -5 C to 70 C
•
EXT—extended operating temperature range -5 C to 85 C
•
IND—industrial operating temperature range -40 C to 85 C
Do not add labels or markings to the SFPs.
Figure 4
Mylar Tab SFP
Figure 5
Actuator/Button SFP
Figure 6
Bail Clasp SFP
63067
63066
63065
Caution
•
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Wide Bail Clasp SFP
151564
Figure 7
Table 7 lists specifications for available SFPs.
Table 7
SFP Specifications
SFP
Interface
Transmitter Output
Receiver Input Power
Power Min/Max (dBm) Min/Max (dBm)
ONS-SC-2G-30.3= through
ONS-SC-2G-60.6=
OC-48, STM-16
0 to +4
-28 to -9
ONS-SE-100-FX=
100 Mbps long
reach - 1310 nm SM - LC,
EXT-TEMP
-20 to -141
-31 to -14
ONS-SE-100-LX10=
100 Mbps long
reach - 1310 nm MM - LC,
EXT-TEMP
-15 to -8
-28 to -8
ONS-SE-155-1470= through
ONS-SE-155-1610=
OC-3, STM-1
0 to +5
-34 to -7
ONS-SE-4G-MM=
4G FC/Ficon
-9 to -2.5
-15
ONS-SE-4G-SM=
4G FC/Ficon
290 microwatts
OMA2
29 microwatts OMA3
ONS-SE-622-1470= through
ONS-SE-622-1610=
OC-3, STM-1
0 to +5
-28 to -7
ONS-SE-2G-30.3= through
ONS-SE-2G-60.6=
OC-48, STM-16
0 to +4
-28 to -94
-22 to -95
ONS-SE-2G-L2=
OC-48, STM-16
-2.0 to 3.0
-28 to -9
ONS-SE-2G-S1=
OC-48, STM-16
-10 to -3
-18 to -3
ONS-SE-Z1=
OC-3/12/48,
STM-1/4/16
-5.0 to 0
-23 to -3 (155.52/
622.08 Mbps)
-19 to -3 (1250 Mbps)
-18 to 0 (2488.32
Mbps)
ONS-SI-155-I1=
OC-3, STM-1
-15 to -8.0
-28 to -8
ONS-SI-155-L1=
OC-3, STM-1
-5.0 to 0
-34 to -10
ONS-SI-155-L2=
OC-3, STM-1
-5.0 to 0
-34 to -10
ONS-SI-2G-I1=
OC-48, STM-16
-5.0 to 0
-18 to -0
ONS-SI-2G-L1=
OC-48, STM-16
-2 to +3
-27 to -9
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Table 7
SFP Specifications (continued)
SFP
Interface
Transmitter Output
Receiver Input Power
Power Min/Max (dBm) Min/Max (dBm)
ONS-SI-2G-L2=
OC-48, STM-16
-2 to +3
-28 to -9
ONS-SI-2G-S1=
OC-48, STM-16
-10 to -3
-18 to -3
ONS-SI-622-I1=
OC-12/OC-3,
STM-4/STM-1
-15 to -8.0
-28 to -8
ONS-SI-622-L1=
OC-12, STM-4
-3.0 to 2.0
-28 to -8
ONS-SI-622-L2=
OC-12, STM-4
-3.0 to 2.0
-28 to -8
15327-SFP-LC-SX=
Gigabit Ethernet
-9.5 to -4
-17 to 0
15327-SFP-LC-LX=
Gigabit Ethernet
-9.5 to -3
-19 to -3
15454-SFP-LC-SX=/
15454E-SFP-LC-SX=
Gigabit Ethernet
-9.5 to -4
-17 to 0
15454-SFP-LC-LX=/
15454E-SFP-LC-LX=
Gigabit Ethernet
-9.5 to -3
-19 to -3
15454-SFP3-1-IR=
OC-3
-15 to -8
-28 to -8
15454E-SFP-L.1.1=
STM-1
-15 to -8
-34 to -10
15454-SFP12-4-IR=
OC-12, D1 Video
-15 to -8
-28 to -7
15454E-SFP-L.4.1=
STM-4, D1 Video
-15 to -8
-28 to -8
15454-SFP-OC48-IR=
OC-48, DV6000
(C-Cor)
-5 to +0
-18 to +0
15454E-SFP-L.16.1=
STM-16, DV6000
(C-Cor)
-5 to +0
-18 to +0
15454-SFP-200=/
15454E-SFP-200=
ESCON
-20.5 to -15
-29 to -14
15454-SFP-GEFC-SX=/
15454E-SFP-GEFC-S=
Fibre Channel
(1 and 2 Gbps),
FICON, GE
-10 to -3.5
-17 to 0 for 1FC
and GE -15 for 2FC
15454-SFP-GE+-LX=/
15454E-SFP-GE+-LX=
Fibre Channel
-9.5 to -3.0
(1 and 2 Gbps),
FICON, GE, HDTV
-20 to -3 for 1FC,
2FC and GE
1. 62.5/125 microns, NA = 0.275 fiber
2. Specified OMA at 4.25 GB/s is equal to an average power of -7.3 dBm at an ER of 9 dB.
3. Specified OMA at 4.25 GB/s is equal to an average power of -17.3 dBm at an ER of 9 dB.
4. Power limited performance at BER=10e-12 with SONET framed PRBS23, OSNR of 21dB, 0.1 nm BW
5. Power limited performance at BER=10e-12 with SONET framed PRBS23, OSNR of 16dB, 0.1 nm BW
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Table 8
SFP Dispersion Tolerance
Performance
Limits
Input Power
Range (dBm)
Dispersion
Tolerance
(ps/nm)
Power Limited
Performance
-28 to -9
Noise Limited
Performance
-22 to -9
Penalty (dB)
OSNR
-800 to +2400
Power Penalty: 3
Noise Penalty: 0
Optical signal to noise
ratio (OSNR) = 21 dB
at 0.1 nm BW
-800 to +2400
Noise Penalty: 3
Power Penalty: 0
OSNR = 19 dB at
0.1 nm BW
SFP Port Cabling Specifications
Table 9 provides cabling specifications for the SMF SFPs and Table 10 provides cabling specifications
for MMF SFPs that you install into interface cards. The ports of the listed SFPs have LC-type
connectors.
Note
If you are using Software R6.2, this list of platforms, cards, and PPMs are not supported:
ONS15310-MA platform and related PPMs, CE1000-4 card and related PPMs, the ONS-XC-10G-L2=
PPM, MXP_2.5G_10E_L, MXP_2.5G_10E_C, TXP_MR_10E_L, TXP_MR_10E_C,
MXP_MR_10DME_C, and the MXP_MR_10DME_L cards. Also, the ONS-SE-200-MM= PPM is not
supported on the MXP_MR_2.5G and MXPP_MR_2.5G cards.
Table 9
Single-Mode Fiber SFP Port Cabling Specifications
SFP
Transmit
Wavelength1
Fiber Type
ONS-SC-2G-30.3=
1530.33 nm
9 micron SMF N/A2
ONS-SC-2G-31.1=
1531.12 nm
9 micron SMF N/A2
ONS-SC-2G-31.9=
1531.90 nm
9 micron SMF N/A2
ONS-SC-2G-32.6=
1532.68 nm
9 micron SMF N/A2
ONS-SC-2G-33.4=3
1533.47 nm
9 micron SMF N/A2
ONS-SC-2G-34.2=
1534.25 nm
9 micron SMF N/A2
ONS-SC-2G-35.0=
1535.04 nm
9 micron SMF N/A2
ONS-SC-2G-35.8=
1535.82 nm
9 micron SMF N/A2
ONS-SC-2G-36.6=
1536.61 nm
9 micron SMF N/A2
ONS-SC-2G-38.1=
1538.19 nm
9 micron SMF N/A2
ONS-SC-2G-38.9=
1538.98 nm
9 micron SMF N/A2
ONS-SC-2G-39.7=
1539.77 nm
9 micron SMF N/A2
ONS-SC-2G-40.5=
1540.56 nm
9 micron SMF N/A2
ONS-SC-2G-41.33
1541.35 nm
9 micron SMF N/A2
ONS-SC-2G-42.1=
1542.14 nm
9 micron SMF N/A2
ONS-SC-2G-42.9=
1542.94 nm
9 micron SMF N/A2
Cable Distance
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Table 9
Single-Mode Fiber SFP Port Cabling Specifications (continued)
SFP
Transmit
Wavelength1
Fiber Type
ONS-SC-2G-43.7=
1543.73 nm
9 micron SMF N/A2
ONS-SC-2G-44.5=
1544.53 nm
9 micron SMF N/A2
ONS-SC-2G-46.1=
1546.12 nm
9 micron SMF N/A2
ONS-SC-2G-46.9=
1546.92 nm
9 micron SMF N/A2
ONS-SC-2G-47.7=
1547.72 nm
9 micron SMF N/A2
ONS-SC-2G-48.5=
1548.51 nm
9 micron SMF N/A2
ONS-SC-2G-49.3=3
1549.32 nm
9 micron SMF N/A2
ONS-SC-2G-50.1=
1550.12 nm
9 micron SMF N/A2
ONS-SC-2G-50.9=
1550.92 nm
9 micron SMF N/A2
ONS-SC-2G-51.7=
1551.72 nm
9 micron SMF N/A2
ONS-SC-2G-52.5=
1552.52 nm
9 micron SMF N/A2
ONS-SC-2G-54.1=
1554.13 nm
9 micron SMF N/A2
ONS-SC-2G-54.9=
1554.94 nm
9 micron SMF N/A2
ONS-SC-2G-55.7=
1555.75 nm
9 micron SMF N/A2
ONS-SC-2G-56.5=
1556.55 nm
9 micron SMF N/A2
ONS-SC-2G-57.3=3
1557.36 nm
9 micron SMF N/A2
ONS-SC-2G-58.1=
1558.17 nm
9 micron SMF N/A2
ONS-SC-2G-58.9=
1558.98 nm
9 micron SMF N/A2
ONS-SC-2G-59.7=
1559.79 nm
9 micron SMF N/A2
ONS-SC-2G-60.6=
1560.61 nm
9 micron SMF N/A2
ONS-SE-155-1470=
1470 nm
9 micron SMF 120 km (74.56 miles)
ONS-SE-155-1490=
1490 nm
9 micron SMF 120 km (74.56 miles)
ONS-SE-155-1510=
1510 nm
9 micron SMF 120 km (74.56 miles)
ONS-SE-155-1530=
1530 nm
9 micron SMF 120 km (74.56 miles)
ONS-SE-155-1550=
1550 nm
9 micron SMF 120 km (74.56 miles)
ONS-SE-155-1570=
1570 nm
9 micron SMF 120 km (74.56 miles)
ONS-SE-155-1590
1590 nm
9 micron SMF 120 km (74.56 miles)
ONS-SE-155-1610=
1610 nm
9 micron SMF 120 km (74.56 miles)
ONS-SE-4G-SM=
1270—1355
nm
9 micron SMF 10 km (6.2 miles)
ONS-SE-622-1470=
1470 nm
9 micron SMF 100 km (62.14 miles)
ONS-SE-622-1490=
1490 nm
9 micron SMF 100 km (62.14 miles)
ONS-SE-622-1510=
1510 nm
9 micron SMF 100 km (62.14 miles)
ONS-SE-622-1530=
1530 nm
9 micron SMF 100 km (62.14 miles)
ONS-SE-622-1550=
1550 nm
9 micron SMF 100 km (62.14 miles)
ONS-SE-622-1570=
1570 nm
9 micron SMF 100 km (62.14 miles)
Cable Distance
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Single-Mode Fiber SFP Port Cabling Specifications (continued)
SFP
Transmit
Wavelength1
Fiber Type
ONS-SE-622-1590=
1590 nm
9 micron SMF 100 km (62.14 miles)
ONS-SE-622-1610=
1610 nm
9 micron SMF 100 km (62.14 miles)
ONS-SE-2G-L2=
1550 nm
9 micron SMF 80 km (49.71 miles)
ONS-SE-2G-S1=
Short Reach
1310 nm
9 micron SMF 2 km (1.2 miles)
ONS-SE-Z1=
1310 km
9 micron SMF 15 km (9.3 miles)
ONS-SI-155-I1=
Intermediate Reach
1310 nm
9 micron SMF 21 km (13.05 miles)
ONS-SI-155-L1=
Long Reach
1310 nm
9 micron SMF 50 km (31.07 miles)
ONS-SI-155-L2=
Long Reach
1550 nm
9 micron SMF 100 km (62.14 miles)
ONS-SI-2G-I1=
1310 nm
9 micron SMF 15 km (9.3 miles)
ONS-SI-2G-L1=
1310 nm
9 micron SMF 40 km (25.80 miles)
ONS-SI-2G-L2=
1550 nm
9 micron SMF 80 km (49.71 miles)
ONS-SI-2G-S1=
1310 nm
9 micron SMF 2 km (1.2 miles)
ONS-SI-622-I1= Intermediate
Reach
1310 nm
9 micron SMF 21 km (13.05 miles)
ONS-SI-622-L1=
Long Reach
1310 nm
9 micron SMF 42 km (26.10 miles)
ONS-SI-622-L2=
Long Reach
1550 nm
9 micron SMF 85 km (52.82 miles)
15327-SFP-LC-LX= Short reach
15454-SFP-LC-LX=/
15454E-SFP-LC-LX=
Long Reach
1310 nm
9 micron SMF 10 km (6.2 miles)
15454-SFP3-1-IR=
Intermediate Reach
1310 nm
9 micron SMF 15 km (9.3 miles)
15454E-SFP-L.1.1=
Short Haul
1310 nm
9 micron SMF 15 km (9.3 miles)
15454-SFP12-4-IR=
Intermediate Reach
1310 nm
9 micron SMF 15 km (9.3 miles)
15600-SFP-12-4-LR2=
1530 nm
9 micron SMF 80 km (49.71 miles)
15454E-SFP-L.4.1=
Short Haul
1310 nm
9 micron SMF 15 km (9.3 miles)
15454-SFP-OC48-IR=
Intermediate Reach
1310 nm
9 micron SMF 15 km (9.3 miles)
Cable Distance
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Single-Mode Fiber SFP Port Cabling Specifications (continued)
Transmit
Wavelength1
Fiber Type
15454E-SFP-L.16.1=
Short Haul
1310 nm
9 micron SMF 15 km (9.3 miles)
15454-SFP-GE+-LX=/
15454E-SFP-GE+-LX=
Long Reach
1310 nm
9 micron SMF 10 km (6.2 miles) for FC 1G,
FC 2G and GE
5 km (3.1 miles) for HDTV
SFP
Cable Distance
1. Typical loss on a 1310 nm wavelength SMF is .6 dB/km.
2. ONS-SC-2G-xx.x cable distance varies depending on DWDM system installation.
3. Support for this SFP was introduced in Software R6.2.
Table 10
Multimode Fiber SFP Port Cabling Specifications
SFP
Wavelength
Fiber Type
Cable Distance
ONS-SE-4G-MM=
830—860 nm
62.5 micron MMF
300 m (1584 ft)
50.0 micron MMF
500 m (1640 ft)
ONS-SE-100-FX=
1270—1380
nm
MMF
2 km (1.24 miles)
ONS-SE-100-LX10=
1260—1360
nm
MMF
15 km (9.32 miles)
15327-SFP-LC-SX=
15454-SFP-LC-SX=/
15454E-SFP-LC-SX=
Short Reach
850 nm
62.5 micron MMF
220 m (722 ft)
275 m (902 ft)
50.0 micron MMF
500 m (1640 ft)
550 m (1804 ft)
15327-SFP-LC-LX/LH=
Short reach
15454-SFP-LC-LX=/
15454E-SFP-LC-LX=
Long Reach
1310 nm
62.5 micron MMF
550 m (1804 ft)
50.0 micron MMF
550 m (1804 ft)
15454-SFP-200=/
15454E-SFP-200=
Long Reach
1310 nm
62.5 micron MMF
2 km (1.2 miles)
ONS-SE-200-MM=
1310 nm
62.5 micron MMF
2 km (1.2 miles)
15454-SFP-GEFC-SX=/
15454E-SFP-GEFC-S=
Short Reach
850 nm
62.5 micron MMF
300 m (984 ft) for FC 1 Gbps
and GE 150 m (492 ft)
for FC 2 Gbps
50.0 micron MMF
550 m (1804 ft) for FC 1 Gbps
and GE 300 m (984 ft)
for FC 2 Gbps
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XFP Description and Specifications
The 10 Gbps 1310 nm XFP transceiver is an integrated fiber optic transceiver that provides a high-speed
serial link at the following signaling rates: 9.95 Gbps, 10.31 Gbps, 10.51 Gbps, and
10.66/10.71/11.10 Gbps which apply to 10GBASE-LR (fibre channel and Ethernet) as well as
OC-192/STM-64 SONET/SDH. The XFP integrates the receiver and transmit path. The transmit side
recovers and retimes the 10 Gbps serial data and passes it to a laser driver. The laser driver biases and
modulates a 1310 nm DFB (distributed feed-back) laser, enabling data transmission over SMF through
an LC connector. The receive side recovers and retimes the 10 Gbps optical data stream from a PIN photo
detector, transimpedance amplifier and passes it to an output driver.
The XFP module uses the bail clasp latching mechanism as shown unlatched in Figure 8 and latched in
Figure 9. See the label on the XFP for technology type and model.
XFP dimensions are:
•
Height 0.33 in. (8.5 mm)
•
Width 0.72 in. (18.3 mm)
•
Depth 3.1 in. (78 mm)
XFP temperature ranges are:
COM—commercial operating temperature range -5 C to 70 C
•
EXT—extended operating temperature range -5 C to 85 C
•
IND—industrial operating temperature range -40 C to 85 C
Do not add labels or markings to the XFPs.
Figure 8
Bail Clasp XFP (Unlatched)
Figure 9
Bail Clasp XFP (Latched)
115719
115720
Caution
•
Table 11 lists specifications for available SFPs.
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Table 11
XFP Specifications
XFP
Interface
Transmitter Output
Power Min/Max (dBm)
Receiver Input Power
Min/Max (dBm)
ONS-XC-10G-S1=
OC-192/STM64
10GE/10GFC
-6 to -1
-8.2 to +0.5
-11 to -1
-14.4 to +0.5
ONS-XC-10G-I2=
OC-192, STM-64
-1 to +2
-14 to +2
0 to +4
-24 to -7
ONS-XC-10G-L2= OC-192, STM-64
XFP Port Cabling Specifications
Table 12
SIngle-Mode Fiber XFP Port Cabling Specifications
XFP
Wavelength
Fiber Type
Cable Distance
ONS-XC-10G-S1=
1310 nm
SMF
10 km (6.2 miles) for
10GE/10GFC
2 km (1.2 miles) for
OC-192/STM64
ONS-XC-10G-I2=
Transmitter:
SMF
1530 nm to 1565 nm
Receiver: 1260 nm to
1565 nm
40 km (25.80 miles) for
OC-192/STM64
ONS-XC-10G-L2=
SMF
Transmitter:
1530 nm to 1565 nm
Receiver: 1260 nm to
1565 nm
80 km (49.71 miles) for
OC-192/STM64
GBIC, SFP and XFP Installation and Removal
This section provides installation and removal procedures for GBICs and SFPs/XFPs. Because GBICs
and SFPs/XFPs are hot-swappable they can be installed and removed while the card/shelf assembly is
powered and running.
Warning
GBICs and SFPs/XFPs are Class I laser products. Statement 1008
Warning
Invisible laser radiation could be emitted from the end of the unterminated fiber cable or connector.
Do not stare into the beam directly with optical instruments. Viewing the laser output with certain
optical instruments (for example, eye loupes, magnifiers, and microscopes) within a distance of
100 mm could pose an eye hazard. Statement 1056
Warning
Ultimate disposal of this product should be handled according to all national laws and regulations.
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Warning
During this procedure, wear grounding wrist straps to avoid ESD damage to the card. Do not directly
touch the backplane with your hand or any metal tool, or you could shock yourself.
Warning
Before you install, operate, or service the system, read the Site Preparation and Safety Guide. This
guide contains important safety information you should know before working with the system.
Warning
Only trained and qualified personnel should be allowed to install, replace, or service this equipment.
Caution
Do not use GBICs or SPFs/XFPs from third-party vendors. Cisco TAC does not support third-party
vendor GBICs or SFPs/XFPs, for example, any GBIC or SFP/XFP module that is not sourced from Cisco
directly, or via a Cisco Partner or Cisco authorized seller. Cisco-sourced GBICs and SFPs/XFPs can be
identified by the Cisco label and logo.
Note
GBICs and SFPs must be matched on either end by type: SX to SX, LX/LH to LX/LH, or ZX to ZX
(GBIC).
Installing a GBIC or SFP/XFP
Prior to installing an SFP, verify that the SFP is the correct type for your network and that you are
installing compatible SFPs, for example, SX to SX or LX/LH to LX/LH.
Note
G-Series cards manufactured before August 2003 do not support DWDM GBICs. G1K-4 cards
compatible with DWDM GBICs have a Common Language Equipment Identification (CLEI) code of
WM5IRWPCAA.
Note
All versions of G1K-4 cards support coarse wavelength division multiplexing (CWDM) GBICs.
Note
GBICs, SFPs, and XFPs are hot-swappable and can therefore be installed/removed while the card/shelf
assembly is powered and running.
Step 1
Remove the GBIC, SFP, or XFP from its protective packaging.
Step 2
Check the label to verify that the GBIC, SFP, or XFP is the correct type for your network.
Table 1 on page 2 shows the available GBICs, SFPs, and XFPs.
Note
The GBICs are very similar in appearance. Check the GBIC label carefully before installing it.
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Note
Step 3
Step 4
Before you install SFPs on the MRC-12 card, refer to the MRC-12 card information in the
Cisco ONS 15454 Reference Manual for bandwidth restrictions based on the port where you
install the SFP and the cross-connect card being used.
Verify the type of GBIC, SFP, or XFP you are using:
•
If you are using a GBIC with clips, go to Step 4.
•
If you are using a GBIC with a handle, go to Step 5.
•
If you are using an SFP or XFP, go to Step 6.
For GBICs with clips:
a.
Grip the sides of the GBIC with your thumb and forefinger and insert the GBIC into the slot on the
card.
Note
Step 5
GBICs are keyed to prevent incorrect installation.
b.
Slide the GBIC through the flap that covers the opening until you hear a click. The click indicates
the GBIC is locked into the slot.
c.
When you are ready to attach the network fiber-optic cable, remove the protective plug from the
GBIC, save the plug for future use, then plug the fiber connector into the GBIC.
For GBICs with a handle:
a.
Remove the protective plug from the SC-type connector.
b.
Grip the sides of the GBIC with your thumb and forefinger and insert the GBIC into the slot on the
card.
c.
Lock the GBIC into place by closing the handle down. The handle is in the correct closed position
when it does not obstruct access to an SC-type connector.
d.
Slide the GBIC through the cover flap until you hear a click.
The click indicates that the GBIC is locked into the slot.
e.
Step 6
When you are ready to attach the network fiber-optic cable, see the “Connecting Single-Mode and
Multimode Optical Fiber” section on page 23.
For SFPs and XFPs:
a.
Plug the LC duplex connector of the fiber into a Cisco-supported SFP or XFP.
b.
If the new SFP or XFP has a latch, close the latch over the cable to secure it.
c.
Plug the cabled SFP or XFP into the card port until it clicks. See the “Connecting Single-Mode and
Multimode Optical Fiber” section on page 23 for more information.
SFPs and XFPs must be provisioned in CTC. If you installed a multirate PPM, complete the
“Provision a PPM” task in the Cisco ONS Procedure Guide for the applicable platform. (Single-rate
XFPs do not need to be provisioned in CTC.)
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Connecting Single-Mode and Multimode Optical Fiber
Attach the appropriate optical fiber cable directly to the SC-type receptacle on the GBIC or the LC-type
connector on the SFP/XFP. You can use either simplex or duplex connectors for most devices. For
simplex connectors, two cables are required, one cable for transmit (Tx) and a second cable for receive
(Rx). For duplex connectors, only one cable that has both Tx and Rx connectors is required.
Step 1
Remove the protective plugs from the GBIC or SFP/XFP and save them for future use.
Step 2
Remove the protective caps from the connectors on the fiber-optic cable and save them for future use.
Step 3
Clean fiber-optic connectors on fiber-optic cables.
Step 4
Plug the fiber-optic cable into the SC-type receptacle on the GBIC or the LC-type connector on the
SFP/XFP.
Preprovision an SFP or XFP Slot
This procedure preprovisions SFPs and XFPs. SFPs and XFPs are referred to as pluggable port modules
(PPMs) in CTC. Prior to performing this procedure, make sure you have logged into CTC.
Note
SFPs and XFPs are generically called PPMs in CTC. After installing multirate SFPs or XFPs, multirate
PPMs must be provisioned in CTC. To complete the provisioning of the pluggable port, complete the
“Provision a Multirate PPM” task on page 24.
Step 1
In node view (single-shelf mode) or shelf view (multishelf mode), double-click the card where you want
to provision PPM settings.
Step 2
Click the Provisioning > Pluggable Port Modules tabs.
Step 3
In the Pluggable Port Modules area, click Create. The Create PPM dialog box appears.
Step 4
In the Create PPM dialog box, complete the following:
•
PPM—Choose the slot number where the SFP or XFP is installed from the drop-down list.
•
PPM Type—Choose the number of ports supported by your SFP or XFP from the drop-down list.
The drop-down list displays the number of PPMs that are available for provisioning. If only one port
is supported, PPM (1 port) is the only option.
Step 5
Click OK. The newly created port appears in the Pluggable Port Modules pane. The row in the Pluggable
Port Modules pane turns light blue. The Actual Equipment Type column remains blank until the actual
SFP or XFP is installed. After the SFP or XFP is installed, the row in the pane turns white and the
Actual Equipment Type column shows the equipment name.
Step 6
Verify that the PPM appears in the list in the Pluggable Port Modules pane. If it does not, repeat Steps 3
through 5.
Step 7
Repeat the task to provision a second PPM, if needed. If not, continue with Step 8.
Step 8
Click OK.
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Provision a Multirate PPM
This task provisions a multirate PPM. Prior to performing this procedure, make sure you have logged
into CTC.
Note
If the PPM was preprovisioned using the “Preprovision an SFP or XFP Slot” task on page 23 this task
is unnecessary, unless the PPM has an Out-of-Service and Autonomous Management, Unassigned
(OOS-AUMA,UAS) (ANSI) or unlocked-disabled, unassigned (ETSI) service state.
Step 1
In node view (single-shelf mode) or shelf view (multishelf view), double-click the card where you want
to provision PPM settings.
Step 2
If this is the first PPM provisioned for the card, complete the following steps. If not, continue with
Step 3.
a.
Click the Provisioning > Line > SONET (ANSI) or SDH (ETSI) tabs.
b.
Locate the Trunk port table row and verify that the Service State column value is OOS-MA,DSBLD
(ANSI) or Locked-enabled,disabled (ETSI). If yes, continue with Step 3. If not, continue with
Step c.
c.
Click the Admin State table cell and choose OOS,MT (ANSI) or Locked,Maintenance.
d.
Click Apply, then Yes.
Step 3
Click the Provisioning > Pluggable Port Modules tabs.
Step 4
In the Pluggable Port Modules area, click Create. The Create PPM dialog box appears.
Step 5
In the Create PPM dialog box, complete the following:
•
PPM—Choose the slot number where the SFP is installed from the drop-down list.
•
PPM Type—Choose the number of ports supported by your SFP from the drop-down list. If only
one port is supported, PPM (1 port) is the only option.
Step 6
Click OK. The newly created port appears in the Pluggable Port Modules area. The row in the Pluggable
Port Modules area turns white and the Actual Equipment Type column lists the equipment name.
Step 7
If you want to provision a PPM on another port, repeat Steps 3 through 5.
Removing a GBIC or SFP/XFP
Step 1
Disconnect the network fiber cable from the GBIC SC connector or the SFP/XFP LC duplex connector.
If the SFP/XFP connector has a latch securing the fiber cable, pull it upward to release the cable.
Step 2
If you are using a GBIC with clips:
Step 3
a.
Release the GBIC from the slot by squeezing the two plastic tabs on each side of the GBIC.
b.
Slide the GBIC out of the slot. A flap closes over the slot to protect the connector on the
Gigabit Ethernet card.
If you are using a GBIC with a handle:
a.
Release the GBIC by opening the handle.
b.
Pull the handle of the GBIC.
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c.
Step 4
Slide the GBIC out of the slot. A flap closes over the slot to protect the connector on the Gigabit
Ethernet card.
If you are using an SFP/XFP:
a.
If the SFP/XFP connector has a latch securing the fiber cable, pull it upward to release the cable.
b.
Pull the fiber cable straight out of the connector.
c.
Unplug the SFP/XFP connector and fiber from the card.
d.
Slide the SFP/XFP out of the slot.
Related Documentation
Use the Installing the GBIC, SFP and XFP Optics Modules in Cisco ONS Platforms spare document in
conjunction with the following referenced publications as needed:
•
Cisco ONS 15454 Procedure Guide
•
Cisco ONS 15454 Reference Manual
•
Cisco ONS 15454 Troubleshooting Guide
•
Cisco ONS 15454 SDH Procedure Guide
•
Cisco ONS 15454 SDH Reference Manual
•
Cisco ONS 15454 SDH Troubleshooting Guide
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Cisco ONS 15454 DWDM Procedure Guide
•
Cisco ONS 15454 DWDM Reference Manual
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Cisco ONS 15454 DWDM Troubleshooting Guide
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Cisco ONS 15600 Procedure Guide
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Cisco ONS 15600 Reference Manual
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Cisco ONS 15600 Troubleshooting Guide
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Cisco ONS 15310-CL and Cisco ONS 15310-MA Procedure Guide
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Cisco ONS 15310-CL and Cisco ONS 15310-MA Reference Manual
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Cisco ONS 15310-CL and Cisco ONS 15310-MA Troubleshooting Guide
•
Cisco ONS 15327 Procedure Guide
•
Cisco ONS 15327 Reference Manual
•
Cisco ONS 15327 Troubleshooting Guide
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