HST-3000 Ethernet SIM - Viavi Solutions Inc.

COMMUNICATIONS test & measurement solutions
Ethernet Service Interface Module (SIM)
Gigabit Ethernet Testing for the HST-3000
Key Benefits
•Single, compact module for testing next-generation carrier
Ethernet
•Automated SAMComplete/ITU-T Y.1564 test accurately
measures KPIs for structured voice, video, and data
•Flexible to support packet-based networks and optional legacy
TDM testing
•Supports Gigabit or 100 Mbps optical as well as 10/100 Mbps
twisted-pair Ethernet
•Offers fiber inspection and optical power meter to certify fiber
connections and performance
•Speeds service delivery and ensures that all voice, video, and
data services meet required bandwidth and performance
requirements
Key Features
• Electrical and optical Ethernet testing
in a single module
• SAMComplete provides Y.1564 service-activation testing methodology
• Layer 2, 3, and 4 traffic generation up
to interface line rate
• Automated RFC 2544 tests at Layers 2
to 4 (Eth/IP/TCP/UDP)
• Supports Ethernet OAM, PBB/PBT,
MPLS, VLAN, and Q-in-Q
• Options for VoIP and IP video/Microsoft TV testing
• Dual-port ‘Thru mode’ configuration
enables live traffic analysis
• Optional USB-mounted P5000i offers
unique pass/fail fiber inspection
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The JDSU HST-3000 platform just got even better. Equipped with the Ethernet Service
Interface Module (SIM) along with SAMComplete testing, fully compliant with
ITU-T Y.1564, and fiber inspection and optical power measurement capability, the
HST-3000 accelerates carrier Ethernet service provisioning and mean-time-to repair.
Accurately and simultaneously delivering IP video, voice, and data traffic over
a structured Ethernet transport requires more than just a single Layer 2 or 3 pipe
test. The HST-3000 puts the power of multi-layer access network and carrier
Ethernet service provisioning and troubleshooting in the palm of your hand. With
SAMComplete service activation testing, fully compliant with ITU-T Y.1564,
the HST-3000 emulates traffic simultaneously carrying IP video, voice, and data
content to accurately validate structured Ethernet service-level agreements
(SLAs). SAMComplete guides users through simple test setup and operation with
easy-to-interpret results that can be saved using an innovative user interface. The
HST-3000’s flexibility performs across various network infrastructures and tunneling technologies (VLAN, MAC-in-MAC, and MPLS) that provide common quality
of service (QoS), traffic engineering, redundancy, and scalability across the service
infrastructure.
For carrier Ethernet services deployed over optical fiber, up to 90 percent of performance faults are traceable to dirty or damaged fiber interfaces. The JDSU P5000i,
the world’s most versatile and reliable analysis microscope, mounts to the HST-3000
USB interface for unique, objective pass/fail fiber inspection that removes subjective
guesswork. The included FiberChekPRO™ software certifies fiber end-face quality to
industry standards (including IEC 61300-3-35) or customer specifications.
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Carrier Ethernet Installation Testing
ITU-T Y.1564 SAMComplete™ Service-Activation Testing
SamComplete is an easy-to-use tool to quickly and easily measure service-level
agreement (SLA) performance according to ITU-T Y.1564 service-activation
methodology. The feature suite, available on HST-3000s with the multiple streams
option, validates user-defined SLAs by first testing each service independently
during service configuration test. If the service configuration test passes, all streams
are tested simultaneously during the service-performance test. SAMComplete
provides pass/fail results for key performance indicators (KPIs) including committed information rate (CIR), extended information rate (EIR), frame delay (FD),
frame-delay variation (FDV) and frame-loss rate (FLR) independently for up to
eight simultaneous services.
MIR
Guaranteed Drop
EIR
Throughput and SLA
Not Guaranteed
CIR
All Traffic Compliant to
Delay, Jitter, and Frame Loss SLA
Policing = Discard
Max Throughput
Threshold
Level below which
SLA parameters
are verified
Time
1 to 60 s
Service configuration test (ramp test) validates each service/stream
SAMComplete employed in the HST-3000, as well as in the JDSU T-BERD®/MTS-5800,
-6000, -8000, and QT-600 offers the unique time-saving capability to stop the service
configuration test in the event of a failure, saving technicians valuable time.
Mbps
Transmitted traffic
Mbps
Frame Delay
Frame Delay Variation
Frame Loss Rate
Service 1
CIR
Service 2
CIR
Measured traffic
@
Service 3
CIR
Service-performance test (multistream) tests all streams simultaneously
Frame Delay
Frame Delay Variation
Frame Loss Rate
Frame Delay
Frame Delay Variation
Frame Loss Rate
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HST-3000 SAMComplete test summary
Enhanced RFC 2544 Testing
The HST-3000 delivers all the carrier Ethernet testing needed to qualify Ethernetbased transport networks. In addition to supporting Ethernet CIR, FD, FLR, and
back-to-back burst testing required in the de facto industry standard RFC 2544, the
HST-3000 also tests packet jitter or FDV to ensure circuit readiness for transporting time-sensitive services such as Internet TV (IPTV) and voice over IP (VoIP).
JDSU-enhanced RFC testing measures CIR, FD, and FV concurrently to reduce test
times by more than 60 percent and delivers a zeroing-in algorithm to more quickly
establish maximum throughput on an Ethernet virtual circuit (EVC). Using a pair
of test sets and asymmetric RFC testing, users can validate EVCs with different
upstream and downstream CIRs or they can test sequentially in both directions to
ensure any connection type meets the KPIs.
SLA Verification with Multiple Traffic Streams
Many service providers now realize the value of testing more than just a single
Ethernet stream to the customer when providing multiple services over the same
Ethernet transport. It is extremely critical to test different classes of service (CoSs)
to offer customers tiered services or to prioritize traffic and effectively manage triple-play networks. These deployments lead to new challenges where latency and loss
may not affect regular traffic, but higher-priority traffic fails to meet its required SLA.
RFC 2544 latency/round-trip delay (RTD) test
results report
To ensure that delivery meets SLA requirements for structured voice, video, and data
services, technicians can use the multiple streams option to measure Layer 2, 3, and
4 performance and oversubscribe the network elements to determine if the various
SLAs are met. Technicians can generate up to eight simultaneous traffic streams,
with differing encapsulation and priority schemes, locate performance bottlenecks
and accurately establish SLA guidelines.
PBB-TE/PBT
Provider backbone bridging with traffic engineering/transport (PBB-TE/PBT)
offers an enhancement to Ethernet (IEEE 802.1ah/802.1Qay) that was developed
to meet the scalability requirements of metro/aggregation networks. By adding a
backbone tag (B-TAG), operators can aggregate and maintain large numbers of
links and services. The HST-3000 PBB/PBB-TE test suite lets users terminate or
monitor a PBB/PBB-TE trunk or generate and analyze traffic with backbone MAC/
VLAN ID (B-MAC/B-VID) and service ID (I-SID).
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Ethernet OAM
Ethernet operation, administration, and maintenance (OAM) gives service providers a critical tool for troubleshooting carrier Ethernet services. The HST-3000
Ethernet service-layer OAM test suite lets customers monitor the status of a link,
automatically identify open links, and generate loopback and linktrace messages for path verification and discovery. The test suite complies with ITU Y.1731/
IEEE 802.1ag Connectivity Check (CCM/ETH-CC), Loopback (LBM/ETH-LB),
and Linktrace (LTM/ETH-LT) messages. With Link Layer OAM (IEEE 802.3ah
Ethernet First Mile), users can discover peer devices, monitor alarms, and provide
link-level loopback capability.
Core
CPE
NIU
IEEE 802.3ah
Switch
Service Layer OAM (UNI to UNI)
Connectivity Layer OAM
Access Link OAM
Access Link OAM
NIU
CPE
802.1aj demarcation
IEEE 802.1ag
802.1aj demarcation
ITU Y.1731
Switch
Ethernet OAM testing
VoIP call analysis
VoIP Testing
Successful VoIP service turn-up and troubleshooting requires proving connectivity to the signaling gateway, feature availability, and call quality. The HST-3000
can emulate an IP phone and place and receive VoIP calls via a huge range of
VoIP signal gateways, including Cisco SCCP (Skinny), session initiation protocol
(SIP), media gateway control protocol (MGCP), MEGACO, H.323, and Nortel
Unified Networks IP Stimulus (UNIStim). The HST-3000 provides an objective
packet-based measurement of VoIP provisioning by placing actual VoIP calls and
measuring call quality of out-of-sequence packets by analyzing delay, jitter, and
packet loss. The HST-3000 measures call quality based on Telchemy’s patented
single-ended live-call method of assessing subjective voice quality in terms of both
mean opinion score (MOS) and R-factor in real time. The HST-3000 then compares objective and subjective measurements to accurately verify acceptable VoIP
call quality. The HST-3000’s unique VoIP inspector mode automatically detects
network configurations/customer premises equipment (CPE) configurations/signaling type and attributes, to rapidly reduce configuration time. For unsupported
gateway signaling, such as over a satellite link, the HST-3000’s convenient “autoanswer” mode automatically answers and provides the required KPIs for analysis.
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IP video QoS analysis
IP Video Testing
IP-based video services are helping traditional telecommunications service providers grow revenues by offering new and differentiated services. However, delivering
good quality of experience (QoE) cost-effectively is complex and demanding. The
HST-3000 can help accomplish this task with a suite of video test options that can
be fined-tuned to the needs of various networks and field crews. It supports both
video on demand (VoD) and broadcast service analysis, new service installation
and troubleshooting, root-cause analysis that quickly separates source issues from
distribution network ones, and matches specific quality of service (QoS) metrics to
thresholds tuned to a given network design. These advanced test suites include: true
CoS testing that analyzes mixed voice, data, and video traffic in the access network;
MOS analysis with detailed audio, video, and a combined audio-visual (AV) view;
and detailed packet analysis supporting error correction mechanisms operating at
the packet level using Pro-MPEG Forum or Microsoft MediaRoom techniques, as
well as packet-loss distribution analysis. The MediaRoom analysis further analyzes
R-UDP error-recovery mechanisms as well as instant channel change (ICC) actions.
The HST’s copper, DSL, and Ethernet test interfaces and operating modes, including terminate, monitor, and through, coupled with the advanced test suites simplifies
multilayer analysis, expanding possible depths for problem-solving and root-cause
analysis. Simple pass/fail indicators for critical KPIs make the HST easy to use.
Fiber Testing
Fiber inspection with a USB-mounted P5000i
Digital Analysis Microscope
Fiber Inspection with the P5000i Digital Analysis Microscope
For years, the JDSU HST-3000 Handheld Services Tester has been the one instrument
technicians have trusted for everything from copper testing to service verification.
Yet today’s carrier Ethernet networks also require fiber inspection to assure error-free
performance given that the primary cause for poor performance in optical networks
is contaminated fiber connectors. Adding the JDSU P5000i Digital Fiber Inspection
probe to the HST-3000 gives technicians an essential tool that bridges the gap
between copper and fiber testing as they expand into verifying Carrier Ethernet networks or various fiber (FTTx) connections terminated in a fiber-fed digital subscriber
line access multiplexer (DSLAM). The USB-mounted P5000i with FiberChekPRO™
provides unique, reliable pass/fail analysis to quickly and easily certify that every connection in the network is optimized for a lifetime of performance.
Miniature USB 2.0 Power Meters with FiberChek2™ Integration
The miniature JDSU MP-Series Power Meter measures optical power via a USB 2.0
connected to the HST-3000. This unique device enables digital processing of optical
power measurements and integrates directly with JDSU FiberChek2 software, the
industry-leading automated fiber inspection and analysis program. The HST-3000
supports two MP power meter models: the MP-60 for 850, 1300, 1310, 1490, and
1550 nm connections, and the MP-80 for 980, 1310, 1480, and 1550 nm connections. The size, functionality, and ease-of-use of these tools make them extremely
useful and practical for testing optical power levels.
Optical power measurement with the MP-60
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Specifications
Physical
Size (h x w x d) 241 x 114 x 70 mm (9.5 x 4.5 x 2.75 in)
Weight (with battery) 1.23 kg (2.7 lb)
Operating temperature
–5.5 to 50°C (22 to 122°F)
Storage temperature
–40 to 65.5°C (–40 to 150°F)
Battery life
10 hrs. typical usage
Charging time
7 hrs. from full discharge to full charge
Operating humidity
10 to 80% relative humidity
Storage humidity
10 to 95% relative humidity
Display
3.8” diagonal, 1/4 VGA, Color Active Matrix
with backlight (readable in direct sunlight)
Test Interfaces
Optical Ethernet/IP
100/1000 Mbps Dual SFP ports
Electrical Ethernet/IP
10/100/1000 Mbps Dual RJ45 ports
Test Modes
Terminate
Monitor/Thru (bidirectional monitor)
Ethernet (Layer 2)
Duplex modes
Full, half
Flow control
Supported
Traffic generation
Constant, ramp, bursty
Payload
ATP, BERT
Frame length
64-1526 bytes, user-defined,
undersized, jumbo, random
MAC addressing
Configurable source and
destination MAC addresses
Frame format
802.3 or DIX
ARP mode
Enable, disable
VLAN settings
ID, priority
QinQ settings
TPID, customer VLAN ID,
customer VLAN priority,
service provider VLAN ID,
service provider priority, and
service provider, DEI bits
MPLS settings
Label, priority, TTL,
MPLS Ethertype (Unicast or Multicast),
# MPLS Labels (1 or 2)
J-Proof (Layer 2 Transparency Settings) Frames 1 through 20
Protocol STP, RSTP, MSTP, LLDP,
GMRP, GVRP, CDP, VTP
or user-defined
Number of Frames Transmitted 1 to 100
MAC-in-MAC Settings Backbone Source MAC Address Type,
Backbone Destination Address,
Backbone Tag, VLAN ID, Priority, DEI Bit, I-Tag,
I-Tag Priority, I-Tag DEI Bit,
I-Tag UCA Bit, I-Tag Service ID
MAC-in-MAC Filters B-Tag VLAN ID, B-Tag DEI Bit,
I-Tag Priority, I-Tag DEI Bit, I-Tag UCA Bit,
I-Tag Service ID, Customer Frame Filter
Ethernet OAM Settings
OAM Type
802.1.ag/Y.1731
Service Layer OAM Continuity Check Messages (CCM)
Loss of Continuity Threshold,
CCM Rate, CCM Type, MEG ID,
Peer MEG End ID, MD Level,
Peer MEG End ID
Service Layer OAM Alarm Indication Signal (AIS)
MD Level,
AIS Rate
Service Layer OAM Loopback Message (PING)
MD Level,
LBM Type
Service Layer OAM LTM/LTR (Trace route)
MD Level
Link Layer OAM Local Config
Active/passive, Vendor OUI,
Vendor-specific info., Max PDU size,
Link Events, Remote Loopback, Variable Retrieval
Link Layer OAM Defects
Link Fault, Dying Gasp,
Critical Event
Link Layer OAM Events Symbol Period Window, Symbol Period
Threshold, Frame Window, Frame Threshold,
Frame Period Window, Frame Period Threshold,
Frame Second Summary Window,
Frame Second Summary Threshold
Bit error testing patterns
PRBS (223-1, 231-1,
and inverted selections),
all Ones, all Zeros, user-defined
Framed pattern test per NCITS TR-25:1999
CRPAT,
CJPAT, CSPAT
Traffic filtering
MAC source address,
MAC destination address,
Frame type/length, VLAN ID,
VLAN Priority, SVLAN ID,
SVLAN Priority, MPLS Label, MPLS Priority
IP Version 4 (Layer 3) Specifications
Traffic generation
Constant, ramp, bursty
Data mode (electrical only)
IPoE, PPPoE
IP addressing
Configurable source and
destination IP addresses, TOS/DSCP
Traffic filtering
Source IP address,
destination IP address,
TOS/DSCP, VLAN ID,
VLAN Priority, SVLAN ID,
SVLAN Priority, MPLS Label, MPLS Priority
IP Version 6 (Layer 3)
Traffic generation
Constant, ramp, bursty
IP addressing
Stateless autoconfiguration,
Stateful autoconfiguration, Manual
Traffic filtering
Source IP address,
Source prefix, Destination IP,
Destination Prefix Traffic Class Type,
VLAN ID, VLAN Priority,
SVLAN ID, SVLAN Priority
TCP/UDP (Layer 4)
Traffic mode
TCP, UDP
Port addressing
Source, Destination
Multiple Streams
Number of streams
8
Stream modes
Layer 2, Layer 3, Layer 4
Encapsulations
VLAN ID, VLAN Priority,
SVLAN ID, SVLAN Priority
SAMComplete (ITU-T Y.1564)
Test modes
Disable, symmetric
Layers
2, 3
StreamsEight
Loop type
Broadcast, Unicast
Frame formats
DIX, 802.11
Service type
Data, voice, HDTV, SDTV
Length types
Frame, packet
Frame lengths
64, 128, 256, 512, 1024, 1280, 1580,
random, user-defined
Packet lengths 40, 64, 128, 256, 512, 1024, 1500,
random, user-defined
Encapsulation
None, VLAN, QinQ
Thresholds
CIR, EIR, policing, FL, M value, FD, and FDV
RFC 2544
Test modes
Disable, symmetric, asymmetric upstream, asymmetric downstream, asymmetric combined
Layers
2, 3, and 4
Length type
Frame, packet
Frame lengths
64, 128, 256, 512, 1024, 1280,
1518, 9600, user-defined, disable
Packet lengths
40, 64, 128, 256, 512, 1024,
1500, 9582, user-defined, disable
Test selections
Throughput, latency (RTD),
packet jitter, system recovery,
frame loss, back-to-back frames,
maximum bandwidth
Frame lengths
64, 128, 256, 512, 1024, 1280,
1518, 9600, user-defined, disable
Cable Testing
Optical
Power measurement, SFP Vendor Name
CAT V cable
Link speed, link status,
crossover/straight,
distance to fault, pin mapping,
pair length, polarity, skew
Power over Ethernet
Indicates if the power supply
responds to Class 1 power requests
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Ordering Information
Base units
Software Options
Part Number
Description
HST3000-NG HST-3000 Mainframe without Copper (Color)
HST3000C-NG
HST-3000 Copper Mainframe (Color)
HST3000-802.11
802.11 Wireless
HST3000-BLUETOOTH
Bluetooth Wireless
HST3000-COS
Class of Service
HST3000-DSL2
ADSL2 and ADSL2+
HST3000-FR
Frame Relay
HST3000-FTPFTP
HST3000-IPV6IPv6
HST3000-MPLSMPLS
HST3000-MSTR
Multiple Streams
HST3000-MSTV
Microsoft IPTV Video Analysis
HST3000-OPTETH
Optical Ethernet
HST3000-PCMSIG
Signaling (PCM)
HST3000-PCMTIMS
TIMS (PCM)
HST3000-PRI
ISDN PRI (NC Standard)
HST3000-PS
Pulse Shape
HST3000-REMOP
Remote Operation
HST3000-RFLRFL
HST3000-SCRIPT
Scripted Test
HST3000-SPE
Spectral Noise
HST3000-ST
Basic Rate ISDN S/T (ANSI)
HST3000-T1DDSDDS-T1
HST3000-TCPUDPTCP/UDP
HST3000-TDRTDR
HST3000-TxIMP
Transmission Impairments
HST3000-UNISTIM VoIP Signaling Call Controls for UNISTIM
HST3000-VT100
VT100 Emulation
HST3000-WBTONES
WB TIMS
Available SIMS (Modules)
HST3000-4WLL
4-wire Local Loop
HST3000-AR2A
ADSL1/2/2+ (ATU-R, Annex A)
HST3000-AR2B
ADSL1/2/2+ (ATU-R, Annex B)
HST3000-BLKBlank
HST3000-BRA
ETSI (Euro) ISDN BRA
HST3000-BRI
ISDN BRI
HST3000-CAR2A ADSL1/2/2+ with Copper (ATU-R, Annex A)
HST3000-CAR2A-TI
Copper, ADSL2+ TI (ATU-R, Annex A)
HST3000-CAR2B-TI
Copper, ADSL2+ TI (ATU-R, Annex B)
HST3000-CSH4
Copper, 4-wire G.SHDSL
(STU-R/C, Annex A/B)
HST3000-CT1
T1 and Copper
HST-3000-CU
Dual T/R/G Interface to Copper Test SIM
HST3000-CUCE
Copper only SIM, CE Marked
HST3000-DCDatacom
HST3000-E1E1
HST3000-E1-DCE1/Datacom
HST3000-ETH
10/100/1000 Ethernet
HST3000-GSHG.SHDSL
HST3000-T1
Dual Tx/Rx Bantam T1 Interface and T1
HST3000-T3
Dual Tx/Rx Bantam T1 Interface, and Dual Rx/
Single Tx BNC DS3 Interface/and DS3
HST3000-WB2
Wideband 2 (up to 30 MHz) Copper Test
HST3000S-H.323
H.323 VoIP Signaling
HST3000S-IP
Advanced IP Suite—
PING and Through Mode Support
HST3000S-IP-Video
IP Video Analysis
HST3000S-MGCP
SCCP MGCP VoIP Signaling
HST3000S-MOS
VoIP Mean Opinion Score
HST3000S-SCCP
SCCP VoIP Signaling
HST3000S-SIP
SIP VoIP Signaling
HST3000S-VMOS
Video MOS Analysis
HST3000S-VOIP
VoIP Software Analysis
HST3000S-WEB
Web Browser
FIT-SD103-C
Kit: P5000i, MP-60, FiberChekPRO software,
case, tips, adapters, and cleaning materials
FIT-SD103
Kit: P5000i, MP-60, FiberChekPRO software,
case, tips, and adapters
FBP-SD101
Kit: P5000i Digital Analysis Microscope,
FiberChekPRO software, case, and 4 tips
MP-60
USB Optical Power Meter
(850, 1300, 1310, 1490, and 1550 nm)
MP-80
USB Optical Power Meter
(980, 1310, 1480, and 1550 nm)
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