Cisco System software, Release 7.0.0, ONS 15454, CD-ROM

Product Bulletin No. 3212
Cisco ONS 15454 Multiservice Transport Platform 7.0
Product Overview
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The Cisco ONS 15454 Multiservice Transport Platform (MSTP) offers a unique solution for delivering any wavelength to any location in a
metropolitan-area (metro) or regional DWDM network. Its intelligence and flexibility is similar to that of the highly successful Cisco ONS
15454 Multiservice Provisioning Platform (MSPP).
Metro and regional DWDM networks need to support point-to-point as well as ring topologies with complex traffic patterns, which may also
extend across multiple networks. The Cisco ONS 15454 MSTP can be configured to support any metro or regional DWDM topology. Superior
topology flexibility is achieved through a fully reconfigurable optical add/drop multiplexer (ROADM). The Cisco ONS 15454 MSTP offers
ROADM functionality that allows zero to 32 channels of passthrough or add/drop, A–Z wavelength provisioning, and full real-time power
monitoring of each individual wavelength.
The Cisco ONS 15454 MSTP delivers the following important capabilities:
• Wide service interface mix – Each wavelength in the DWDM system can be configured to transport aggregated lower-rate TDM services,
SONET/SDH wavelength and aggregated services, data services, storage services, or video services.
• Service transparency – The Cisco ONS 15454 MSTP offers the choice of multiservice aggregation, wavelength aggregation, wavelength
transport, or direct interconnection with DWDM interfaces on Layer 3, Layer 2, or storage area network (SAN) devices.
• Topology flexibility – Utilizing ROADM and different optical amplifier types, the Cisco ONS 15454 MSTP has the flexibility to deliver
metro access, metro core, and regional solutions.
• Simplified, cost-effective operation – With innovative technology, the Cisco ONS 15454 MSTP introduces intelligence to metro and
regional DWDM transmission while addressing the continued need for increased bandwidth. Combining multiple services and intelligent
DWDM, the Cisco ONS 15454 MSTP significantly reduces both capital expenditures and operational expenses for today’s metro and
regional networks.
Release 7.0 Features
Table 1 and Table 2 outline new hardware and software features provided by the Cisco ONS 15454 SONET MSTP Release 7.0.
Table 1.
Cisco ONS 15454 MSTP 7.0 Hardware Features
Feature
Description
10-Gbps EFEC multirate data muxponder
card (full-band tunable)
This new data muxponder card can aggregate Gigabit Ethernet (GE), 1-Gbps and 2-Gbps Fibre
Channel/FICON, 4-Gbps Fibre Channel, ISC-1, and ISC-3 services in a single 10-Gbps ITU
colored DWDM trunk signal. Up to 8 client signals can be aggregated using SONET/SDH framer
with GFP-T encapsulation (G.7041). DWDM trunk side can be tuned across the whole band over
the 50-GHz ITU grid. G.709 and EFEC/FEC operation can be software-provisioned on the card.
Distance-extension capabilities are provided for aggregation and transport of SAN services.
Two different versions of the card exist, one operating in C band and another one operating in L
band.
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Feature
Description
10-Gbps EFEC multirate transponder
card (full-band tunable)
This new multirate transponder card can transport OC-192/STM-64, 10 GE LAN PHY, 10 GE
WAN PHY, and 10-Gbps Fibre Channel services over a single 10-Gbps ITU colored DWDM trunk
signal. DWDM trunk side can be tuned across the whole band over the 50-GHz ITU grid. G.709
and EFEC/FEC operation can be software-provisioned on the card.
Two different versions of the card exist: one operating in C band and another one operating in L
band.
4x 2.5-Gbps/10-Gbps EFEC muxponder
card (full-band tunable)
This new SONET/SDH muxponder card can aggregate OC-48/STM-16 services in a single 10Gbps ITU colored DWDM trunk signal. Up to 4 client signals can be aggregated using ODU
multiplexing scheme (G.709). DWDM trunk side can be tuned across the whole band over the 50GHz ITU grid. EFEC/FEC operation can be software-provisioned on the card.
Two different versions of the card exist: one operating in C band and another one operating in L
band.
Mesh/multiring upgrade scalability
support
The mesh/multiring upgrade (MMU) card provides a simple, reliable, and cost-effective solution to
upgrade a Degree-2 ROADM node to support additional flexibility and to route, without service
interruptions, wavelengths and services across more than 2 directions in the future (Degree-N
ROADM).
The MMU card can operate in both the C band and the L band and is compatible with 100-GHz
and 50-GHz channel spacing.
L band DWDM transport solution
The Cisco ONS 15454 MSTP supports a fully flexible, ROADM-based solution to cope with fiber
types (such as DSF – G.653) with poor transport capabilities in C band and operating much
better in the L band region of the optical spectrum.
The optical amplifier (OPT-AMP-L) card can be configured to operate as a Preamplifier or as a
Booster amplifier and features up to 20 dBm total output power, supporting Mid Access Loss for
Chromatic Dispersion compensation units and embedded OSC Combining and Separation
functionalities.
The optical booster (OPT-BST-L) card features up to 17 dBm total output power and embedded
OSC Combining and Separation functionalities.
The ROADM (32-WSS-L and 32-DMX-L) cards can remotely and automatically provision a
wavelength to bypass or be added to any node of the network. Per-channel optical path selection
is also completely automated through Wavelength Path Provisioning (WPP) at the network level,
featuring end-to-end, point-and-click wavelength provisioning and an easy SONET/SDH-like
wavelength management.
Table 2.
Cisco ONS 15454 MSTP Release 7.0 Software Features
Feature
Description
Network-level alarm correlation
Enhances and simplifies management and troubleshooting for a Cisco ONS 15454 MSTP-based
DWDM network, reporting to the management interfaces (TL1, SNMP, Cisco Transport
Controller) only the root cause of any possible failure in the system.
Implementation of these functionalities is fully compliant with ITU-T G.798 Recommendation.
Multishelf management
Provides a single node name/TID/IP address for all the shelves belonging to an MSTP node. This
new feature allows centralized provisioning and management for a DWDM node, independently
on the number of shelves and cards in the node, and is supported by a new Cisco Transport
Controller GUI, layered at node, rack, shelf, and unit level.
End-to-end circuit provisioning and
management, from client to client (Optical
Channel Client Connection – OCHCC)
Extends capabilities already supported by Optical Channel Network Connection (OCHNC),
allowing the client-to-client provisioning and management on muxponder and transponder cards.
ESCON support on 2.5-Gbps Data
Muxponder cards
New software image for the 2.5-Gbps data muxponder cards allows multiplexing ESCON
services on existing and installed hardware.
A new Small Form-Factor Pluggable (SFP) has been made available to support ESCON services
on the 2.5-Gbps data muxponder cards.
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More detailed information about the ANSI platform is available in the release notes for the Cisco ONS 15454 at:
http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/ong/15400/454relnt/index.htm.
More detailed information about the ETSI platform is available in the release notes for the Cisco ONS 15454 at:
http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/ong/15454sdh/sdhrelnt/index.htm.
Cisco ONS 15454 MSTP Release 7.0 features are incremental additions to the Cisco ONS 15454 MSTP. Previously supported hardware and
software features will continue to be supported unless specified in the release notes, user documentation, or previously announced end-of-sale
product bulletins.
Upgrade Paths
Direct software upgrades to Cisco ONS 15454 MSTP 7.0 are supported from Cisco ONS 15454 MSTP Release 4.6.x, 5.0.x, and 6.0.x if the
system is presently operating with the Cisco ONS 15454 Timing, Communications, and Control Version 2 card (TCC2). For details on the
upgrade procedures, please review the appropriate upgrade guide at:
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/optical/ps2006/prod_installation_guides_list.html.
Compatibility Information
Table 3 outlines Cisco ONS 15454 MSTP system deployment requirements for hardware and software functions being announced with this
bulletin.
Table 3.
Cisco ONS 15454 MSTP System Requirements
Cisco ONS 15454
MSTP Software
Cisco ONS 15454
MSTP TCC Card
Cisco ONS 15454
MSPP CrossConnect Card
Cisco ONS 15454
MSTP Shelf
Assembly
10-Gbps EFEC multirate data muxponder
cards (full-band tunable)
Release 7.0
TCC2P or TCC2
Any
SA-HD, SA-ANSI
10-Gbps EFEC multirate transponder
cards (full-band tunable)
Release 7.0
4 x 2.5-Gbps/10-Gbps EFEC muxponder
cards (full-band tunable)
Release 7.0
TCC2P or TCC2
Any
SA-HD, SA-ANSI
Mesh/multiring upgrade scalability
support
Release 7.0
TCC2P or TCC2
Any
SA-HD, SA-ANSI
L band DWDM transport solution
Release 7.0
TCC2P or TCC2
Any
SA-HD, SA-ANSI
Feature
SA-ETSI
TCC2P or TCC2
Any
SA-HD, SA-ANSI
SA-ETSI
SA-ETSI
SA-ETSI
SA-ETSI
Network-level alarm correlation
Release 7.0
TCC2P or TCC2
Any
SA-HD, SA-ANSI
SA-ETSI
Multishelf management
Release 7.0
TCC2P or TCC2
None
SA-HD, SA-ANSI
SA-ETSI
End-to-end circuit provisioning and
management, from client to client
(OCHCC)
Release 7.0
ESCON support on 2.5-Gbps data
muxponder cards
Release 7.0
TCC2P or TCC2
Any
SA-HD, SA-ANSI
SA-ETSI
TCC2P or TCC2
Any
SA-HD, SA-ANSI
SA-ETSI
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Before inserting a new node into an operating network, all existing Cisco ONS 15454 nodes connected with active optical section-datacommunication-channel (SDCC) interfaces should be upgraded to a consistent level of system software to ensure proper operation.
Availability
The Cisco ONS 15454 MSTP products outlined in Table 4 are currently orderable. Shipment starting date depends on the specific unit and
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components; please contact your Cisco Systems sales representative for more details.
Ordering Information
The Cisco ONS 15454 MSTP 7.0 can be ordered from your Cisco sales representative or through the Cisco.com online ordering tool. Table 4
lists specific product codes and descriptions.
Table 4.
Ordering Information for Cisco ONS 15454 MSTP Release 7.0
Part Number
Description
15454-R7.0.0SWK9=
System software, Release 7.0.0, Cisco ONS 15454, CD-ROM
15454E-R7.0.0SWK9=
15454-LIC-7.0.0K9
System software, Upgrade License for Release 7.0.0, Right-To-Use License
15454E-LIC-7.0.0K9
SF15454-R7.0.0K9
System software, Release 7.0.0, Cisco ONS 15454, ordered with TCC2/TCC2P cards (preloaded)
SF15454E-R7.0.0K9
15454-DOC7.0.0PP
User document, Cisco ONS 15454, Release 7.0.0, Cisco ONS 15454, paper version
15454E-DOC7.0.0PP
15454-DOC7.0.0CD
User document, Cisco ONS 15454, Release 7.0.0, Cisco ONS 15454, CD version
15454E-DOC7.0.0CD
15454-10DME-C=
10-Gbps EFEC data muxponder card, 8 SFP-based client interfaces, full C-band tunable on 50-GHz ITU
wavelengths DWDM line with LC connectors
15454-10DME-L=
10-Gbps EFEC data muxponder card, 8 SFP-based client interfaces, full L-band tunable on 50-GHz ITU
wavelengths DWDM line with LC connectors
ONS-SE-G2F-LX=
GE, Fibre Channel (1- and 2-Gbps) and HDTV SFP, long-reach, 1310-nm, single-mode, LC connectors
ONS-SE-G2F-SX=
GE and Fibre Channel (1- and 2-Gbps) SFP, short-reach, 850-nm, multimode, LC connectors
ONS-SE-4G-SM=
4-Gbps Fibre Channel SFP, 1310-nm, single-mode, LC connectors
ONS-SE-4G-MM=
4-Gbps Fibre Channel SFP, 850-nm, multimode, LC connectors
15454-10E-L1-C=
10-Gbps EFEC multirate transponder card, XFP-based client interface, full C-band tunable on 50-GHz ITU
wavelengths DWDM line with LC connectors
15454-10E-L1-L=
10-Gbps EFEC multirate transponder card, XFP-based client interface, full L-band tunable on 50-GHz ITU
wavelengths DWDM line with LC connectors
15454-10ME-L1-C=
4x OC-48/STM-16 EFEC muxponder card, 4 SFP-based client interfaces, full C-band tunable on 50-GHz
ITU wavelengths DWDM line with LC connectors
15454-10ME-L1-L=
4x OC-48/STM-16 EFEC muxponder card, 4 SFP-based client interfaces, full L-band tunable on 50-GHz ITU
wavelengths DWDM line with LC connectors
15454-MMU=
Mesh/multiring upgrade unit, C band and L band (for use with 32-WSS/32-DMX or 32-WSS-L/32-DMX-L),
LC connectors, includes one 2-meter LC/LC fiber-optic cables
15454-OPT-AMP-L=
Optical amplifier, can be configured as preamplifier or booster, L-band, 64 channel, 50-GHz compatible, LC
connectors, midstage access, includes one 4-dB LC/LC attenuated loopback (to be used if DCU is not
required) and two 2-meter LC/LC fiber-optic cables
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Part Number
Description
15454-OPT-BST-L=
Optical booster amplifier, L-band, 64 channel, 50-GHz compatible, LC connectors, includes two 2-meter
LC/LC fiber-optic cables
15454-32-WSS-L=
32-channel wavelength-selective switch, L-band, MPO connectors for add path, LC connectors for
interconnection, includes two 2-meter LC/LC fiber-optic cables
15454-32-DMX-L=
32-channel demultiplexer 100-GHz (for use with 32-WSS), L-band, MPO connectors for drop path, LC
connectors for interconnection, includes one 2-meter LC/LC fiber-optic cable
15454-MS-ISC-100T=
Integrated 100BASE-T Ethernet switch for multishelf management
15454-EAP-MF=
Mechanical frame for Ethernet adapter panel
15454-EAP=
Ethernet adapter panel (to be used with MS-ISC-100T to allow proper cable management)
15454-MEC=
Multiple Ethernet cable to replicate the MS-ISC-100T Ethernet ports on the EAP unit
ONS-SE-200-MM=
ESCON SFP, short-reach, 1310-nm, multimode, LC connectors
The product names and new Common Language Equipment Identifier (CLEI) codes for the Cisco ONS 15454 MSTP products are available
online at http://tools.cisco.com/emco/pcnclei/prsc/cleiMain.do.
For More Information
For more information about the Cisco ONS 15454 MSTP, visit http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/optical/ps2006/ps5320/index.html or
contact your local account representative.
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