Nortel NT0H32JA network switch

Product Brief
Nortel Optical Metro 5040/5080 platforms
Product overview
The Optical Metro 5040 and Optical
Metro 5080 platforms are equipped
with up to four or eight high-speed
client service channels respectively,
whereby each client channel supports a
bit rate range from 125 Mbps to 4.25
Gbps. Both the client side and line
side interfaces are Small Form-factor
Pluggable (SFP) optical transceivers for
a “pay-as-you-grow” service architecture
and are fully replaceable for simplified
maintenance. Each service port is independently provisioned, managed and
monitored using the web-based management interface.
point, linear ADM, hub and spoke, and
ring topologies with multiple protection
schemes. The Optical Metro 5040/5080
platforms are designed to meet the
service provider and enterprise requirements of today, with the agility to scale
as service requirements evolve.
The Optical Metro (OM) 5040 and
5080 are highly-flexible CWDM/
DWDM access units that offer the
broadest range of broadband services on
a compact 1U platform. They extend
the value of the Nortel Metro WDM
portfolio by delivering a small footprint, low power consumption and a
flexible on-ramp to a WDM network.
The Optical Metro 5040 and 5080 are
typically deployed as Customer Located
Equipment (CLE) to support Data
Center extension, business services and
DSLAM backhaul, access network fiber
relief and managed wavelength service
In either transponder (Figure 1) and/
delivery over converged CWDM and/or
or regenerator (Figure 2) setup modes,
DWDM Wide Area Networks (WANs).
both the Optical Metro 5040 and 5080
The Optical Metro 5040/5080 simplihave the flexibility to support point-tofies multi-protocol service delivery by
consolidating complex overlay networks,Optical Metro 5040/ 5080 — 4 or 8 channel CWDM/DWDM Transponder (8 channel shown)
Figure 1. Optical Metro 5040/5080 — 8-channel CWDM/DWDM Transponder
while increasing network efficiency
OMX / Mux DeMux
and lowering Total Cost of Ownership
1310 / 850
C / DWDM
Service 1
8 Wavelengths
SFP 2
SFP 1
(TCO).
SFP 4
SFP 3
Fiber Optic
SFP
SFP
SFP
SFP
SFP
SFP
Service 8
5
7
9
11
13
15
SFP
SFP
SFP
SFP
SFP
SFP
3R
Cross connect
Loop back
Tx Fiber
6
8
10
12
14
16
Rx Fiber
CWDM or DWDM
Optical Metro 5040/ 5080 — 4 or 8 channel CWDM/DWDM Regenerator (8 channel shown)
Figure 2. Optical Metro 5040/5080 — 8-channel CWDM/DWDM Regenerator
OMX / Mux DeMux
8 Wavelengths
Fiber Optic
Tx Fiber
Rx Fiber
CWDM or DWDM
C / DWDM
SFP
SFP
SFP
SFP
SFP
SFP
SFP
SFP
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
C / DWDM
3R
Cross connect
Loop back
SFP
SFP
SFP
SFP
SFP
SFP
SFP
SFP
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
OMX / Mux DeMux
8 Wavelengths
Fiber Optic
Tx Fiber
Rx Fiber
CWDM or DWDM
New Release 2.0 improves
price, footprint and
functionality
Release 2.0 of the Optical Metro
5040/5080, introduced in Q3 2009,
offers a software upgrade for the
Advanced hardware platform that
supports 4 X Gigabit Ethernet (GE)
muxed into a 4.25Gbps wavelength.
This allows both platforms to achieve
lower GE transport costs, greater
spectral efficiency and higher service
density. Now, using an Optical Metro
5040 to transport 4 GE services (see
Figure 3) requires just one line side
SFP, as opposed to four previously,
and does not require an optical multiplexer (OMX). With the addition of
only a line side SFP, the 4 x GE can be
optionally protected from fiber cuts by
sending the 4Gbps signal down two
separate fibers. The ports on the Optical
Metro 5040 and Optical Metro 5080
which have been freed up by use of the
multiplexing feature can be used to
carry additional services, which can be
from the full supported range of 125M
- 4.25Gbps, thereby increasing density.
The GE muxing capability is purchased
as a license key to unlock either one
mux group (4x GE) (Optical Metro
5040 and Optical Metro 5080) or two
mux groups (two separate 4 x GE ports,
Optical Metro 5080 only).
In addition, inband communications
over GE wavelengths is supported to
eliminate the requirement for Optical
Supervisory Channel (OSC) wavelengths. This new feature can be enabled
on single GE wavelengths and is 100
percent out of band so that it consumes
no bandwidth from the client signal.
The inband communications feature
also operates over the muxing feature
(if enabled) to carry communications
over the 4.25Gbps muxed signal on the
line side.
The Optical Metro 5040 and Optical
Metro 5080 uniquely offer the ability
to deploy a single platform for transponder applications for protocols up
to 4.25Gbps, and remotely reconfigure
via license key to enable both muxing
and transponder functions on the same
1U platform utilizing only SFPs. This
reduces sparing costs by 50 percent
compared to solutions that offer separate transponder and muxing modules,
and thus contributes significantly to
OPEX savings.
Applications for service
providers and enterprises
Service providers
•Low-cost access network fiber relief
•Demarcation for managed wavelength
services and converged access
•GE business services and DSLAM
backhaul
•Hosted services connectivity (Data
Center, IP VPN, VoIP and PBX)
Enterprise
•Data Center connectivity
transformation
–SAN/LAN consolidation
–IT centralization
•WAN convergence
–Campus or metro bandwidth
aggregation
–Collapse costly and complex overlay
networks
Deploying the Optical Metro 5040
and Optical Metro 5080
•Deploy in point-to-point, chain,
linear ADM, hub and spoke, and ring
topologies
•Connect 1G/2G/4G Fiber Channel
and FICON, ESCON, Fast Ethernet,
Gigabit Ethernet, 1000BaseT, OC-3/
STM-1, OC-12/STM-4 and OC-48/
STM-16 in any mix via Pluggable
SFP Client Interface for Client
Muxing and
inband comms
Figure 3. Muxponder and inband comms panel for Optical Metro 5040 and Optical Metro 5080
Port 1
OTR Line
Port 3
Mux client
Port 5
Mux client
Port 7 4:1 Mux +
inband comms
Line 1 Working
Port 9
OTR Line
Port 11
Mux client
Port 13
Mux client
4:1 Mux Line 2
Working
Port 2
OTR Line
Port 4
Mux client
Port 6
Mux client
Port 8 4:1
Mux + inband
comms Line 1
Protection
Port 10
OTR Line
Port 12
Mux client
Port 14
Mux client
4:1 Mux Line 2
Working
Optical Metro 5040
Optical Metro 5080
2
Figure 4. Optical Metro 5080
•Pluggable SFP interface for both
service and WDM channels, allowing
maximum flexibility as well as ease of
maintenance and operation
•Multi-protocol support
1. Power Indicator
7. Craft LAN Port
2. Up to 8 SFP Transponder Ports
8. External RS 232 Alarms Port
3. Link Indicators
9. Craft RS 232 Port
4. OSC Ports
10. AC/DC Power Supply A (shown empty)*
5. Status Indicators
11. AC/DC Power Supply B (DC shown)*
6. Equipment Portection Expansion Port
12. Fan Unit
* Supports simultaneous AC and DC power configurations on the same platform.
•Connect WDM channels via
Pluggable SFP Interface
•Configure each service independently
through the user-friendly web-based
management tool
•Remotely manage, monitor and maintain the Optical Metro 5040/5080
network through:
–Optical Metro 5040/5080 HTTP
Craft Interface
–Dedicated Optical Supervisory
Channels
•Two 1U Optical Metro 5080
platforms in a point-to-point solution (add additional platforms for
linear ADM, hub and spoke, or ring
configurations) to deliver:
–Access to and transportation of up
to eight high-speed (125 Mbps 4.25 Gbps) services — storage, data
and voice — in any mix, over a
single fiber pair
Key features
–SNMP V2c and SNMP V1 traps
•4 x GE muxing into 4Gbps line side
wavelength for higher density and
lower costs (see Figure 4)
–Nortel OMEA (Optical Metro
Element Adapter) Management
Integration
•Inband communications remove
OSC wavelength costs and simplify
remote NE management
–TL1 interface
Getting started with the
Optical Metro 5040 and
Optical Metro 5080
Get started with:
•Two 1U Optical Metro 5040
platforms in a point-to-point solution (add additional platforms for
linear ADM, hub and spoke, or ring
configurations) to deliver:
–Access to and transportation of
up to four high-speed (125 Mbps
- 4.25 Gbps) services — storage,
data and voice — in any mix, over a
single fiber pair
•DS3 WAN SFP solution for GE client
protocol
•Single fiber client side SFPs for GE
extension to customer sites over single
fibers to reduce fiber exhaust
•4-channel and 8-channel CWDM
OMX with integrated 1310 nm
OSC port
•1G/2G/4G FC and FICON,
ESCON, Fast Ethernet, GbE,
STM-1/OC-3, STM-4/OC-12 and
STM-16/OC-48
•Client bit rate range from 125 Mbps
to 4.25 Gbps at 850,1300 or 1500nm
•Transponder and/or Regenerator
modes with common Optical Metro
5100/5200 OMX support
•Colorless Regeneration (Match any
client to any line interface without
restrictions)
•Point-to-point, chain, linear ADM,
hub and spoke, and ring topology
support
•Optical Metro 5100/5200 and
Optical Metro 6500 shared ring and
head-end topology support
•Remote management via dedicated
protected or unprotected OSC
•Graphical topology display using
OSC discovery protocol
•Multi-box stacking for simplified
management at remote sites
•Optional advanced platform that adds
enhanced performance monitoring for
GE, FC and SONET/SDH
•Supports facility protection schemes
and loop backs
•Pluggable FAN module with removable FAN tray
•Dual AC or DC power supply
configurations
•CWDM or DWDM transport and
aggregation of storage, data and voice
applications
•Pay-as-you-grow architecture for
up to 8 WDM channels over a single
fiber pair
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Technical specifications
Figure 4. Muxing 4xGE into 1x4G
C / DWDM
1310 / 850
MUX
SFP
SFP
SFP
SFP
Description
1 X 4G
• Fixed 4 client ports platform configuration
Physical dimensions
SFP
Release 2 muxing feature for GE services offers
further cost reduction by reducing both the number of
line-side CWDM SFPs required and port use on OMX.
Height: 1.77” (1 RU) / 45 mm
Width: 17.32’’/ 440 mm
Depth: 9.05”/ 230 mm
Ordering codes
Optical Metro 5040 and 5080 feature comparison
Optical Metro 5040
Optical Metro 5080
Size
1U
1U
Number of WDM channels
4
8
Yes — advanced platform
Yes — advanced platform
5 GE over 2 wavelengths, or 4
GE and any other protocol over 2
wavelengths
10 GE over 4 wavelengths or 8
GE and 2 of any other protocol
over 4 wavelengths
5 GE (4 protected GE) over 3
wavelengths, or 4 GE protected
and 1 unprotected protocol over
3 wavelengths
10 GE (8 protected) over 6
wavelengths or 8 GE protected
and 2 unprotected protocols
over 6 wavelengths
CWDM Transport
Yes
Yes
DWDM Transport
Yes
Yes
3R (Re-amplification, Re-shaping
and Re-timing)
Yes
Yes
Point-to-point, chain, linear
ADM, hub, spoke and ring
configurations
Yes
Yes
Pluggable SFP Client Interfaces
Yes
Yes
Pluggable SFP WAN Interfaces
Yes
Yes
Muxing of GE
Unprotected Max Density with
muxing
Protected Max Density with
muxing
Client Fiber Support
NTPM70AAE5
OM5040 Chassis – Basic PM
NTPM70MAE5
OM5080 Chassis – Basic PM
NTPM71AAE5
OM5040 Chassis – Advanced PM
NTPM71MAE5
OM5080 Chassis – Advanced PM
NTPM75BAE5
OM5040 Chassis Basic PMs,
Rel 2.0 SW, Fan module
NTPM76BAE5
OM5040 Chassis Advanced PMs,
Rel 2.0 SW, Fan module
NTPM75NAE5
OM5080 Chassis Basic PMs,
Rel 2.0 SW, Fan module
NTPM76NAE5
OM5080 Chassis Advanced PMs,
Rel 2.0 SW, Fan module
System
• Topology: Point-to-point, chain, linear ADM
and ring, subtending access to core C/DWDM
networks
• Transport network/medium: C/DWDM and
dark fiber
• Approvals: CE Class B, FCC, RoHS 5/6
Multi Mode / Single Mode
Multi Mode / Single Mode
1G/2G/4G Fibre Channel
Yes
Yes
• Software upgrade: Traffic hitless – dual image
1G/2G/4G FICON
Yes
Yes
• Protection: Facility
ESCON
Yes
Yes
Fast Ethernet
Yes
Yes
Standards
GbE
Yes
Yes
1000 BaseT
Yes
Yes
STM-1/OC-3
Yes
Yes
STM-4/OC-12
Yes
Yes
STM-16/OC-48
Yes
Yes
DS3 WAN solution
Yes
Yes
Single fiber GE client SFPs
Yes
Yes
Optical Supervisory Channel
(OSC) Management
Yes
Yes
OSC Graphical Topology
Yes
Yes
Craft Terminal Interface
Yes
Yes
Command Line Interface (CLI)
Yes
Yes
TL1 Interface
Yes
Yes
SNMP V2c and SNMP V1 Traps
Yes
Yes
Basic Performance Monitoring
Yes
Yes
Advanced Performance
Monitoring
Yes
Yes
Facility Protection
Yes
Yes
Path Protection
Yes
Yes
Optical Metro 5100/5200
Inter-working
Yes
Yes
Optical Multiservice Edge 6500
Inter-working
Yes
Yes
Multi-Box Stacking at Remote
Site
Yes
Yes
Dual AC/DC Power Supply
Yes
Yes
Pluggable FAN modules
Yes
Yes
CWDM Power Consumption
42 W
54 W
DWDM Power Consumption
45 W
60 W
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Safety
• For DC-powered (telco) products, the product is
required to maintain basic insulation between
the -48V battery and ground as specified in CSA
22.2 No. 60950-1/UL 60950-1
• IEC 60950-1; with all country deviations
• CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1
• UL 60950-1
• EN 60950-1:2000+A11:2004
• EN 60825-1:1994+A2:2001+A1:2002 (for
products containing optical sources)
• EN 60825-2:2004 (for products containing
optical ports)
Technical specifications
Services
— continued
• Interface rates: 125 Mbps up to 4.25 Gbps
Environmental
• Optical interface: 1310nm / 850nm / 15xy nm
(C/DWDM)
Market
Standard
• Optical Transparent Services: 1G/2G/4G FC and
FICON, ESCON, Fast Ethernet, GbE, STM-1/OC3, STM-4/OC-12, STM-16/OC-48 (Any Mix)
EMEA and ROW for Telecom Centers and
controlled environments
• ETSI EN 300 019-1-3 class 3.2
• ETSI EN 300 019-1-2 class 2.3
• ETSI EN 300 019-1-1 class 1.2
North America [Rn.n]
GR-63-CORE, Issue 3 (Design Objective)
• Zone 4 earthquake criteria
• Indoor contaminant levels (airborne contaminants)
Network management
GR-78-CORE, Issue 2 (Design Objective)
Verizon TPRs (Design Objective) as applicable
see: http://www.verizonnebs.com/tpr.html
• Protocols: SNMP, FTP, HTTP WEB server, TL-1
• Storage temperature: -25°C to 55°C
• Normal operating humidity: 5% to 85% RH
• Storage humidity: Up to 95% RH
EMC
Attribute
• Local management ports: 10/100BT RJ-45,
RS-232 DB-9
• DCN: LAN/WAN/VPN
• Management: Web-based craft interface and
OMEA (Optical Manager Element Adapter)
support
• Normal operating temperature: 0°C to 50°C
Radiated Emissions: “Class A”
(with 6 dB margin, objective)
• Copper Transparent Services: 1000 BaseT
Test method / pertinent specifications
• ICES-003, Issue 4
• EN 300 386 V1.3.3
• EN 55022:2006
• FCC Part 15 Subpart B
• GR-1089-CORE, Issue 4 (Design Objective)
Conducted Emissions: “Class A”
(with 3 dB margin, objective)
(Power and Signal Cables)
• EN 300 386 V1.3.3
Radiated RF Immunity
• EN 300 386 V1.3.3 (other than telecommunications centers
criteria)
• EN 55024:1998+A1:2001+A2:2003
• GR-1089-CORE, Issue 4 (Design Objective)
• OAM: PM counters for FC and GbE services
based on 8b/10b coding violations: CV, ES, SES
and UAS
– PM counters for SONET and SDH services
based on B1 coding violations: RS-BBE, RSES, RS-SES, RS-OFS SES
– Loop backs (client and line side)
– Event logger
– Alarms
• Management channel: In-band OSC (100FX)
and out-of-band Ethernet IP
• Visual indicators: LED status indicators for
client ports, line interfaces, power and shelf
Power supply
• EN 55022:2006
• GR-1089-CORE, Issue 4 (Design Objective)
Characteristics:
– AC: 90 to 264 V AC, 50/60Hz
– DC: Operation range is -40 to -75 V DC
• Redundancy: Single or dual feeding
hot pluggable)
• Operating temperature: 0°C to 50°C
• Maximum power consumption: 60W
(measured populated with DWDM OC-48 SFPs)
Product options
• Optical power output: 0 to 5 dBm
• OM 5040 3R Transponder Mode: Up to 4
CWDM or DWDM transponders
• Sensitivity: -28 dBm APD
• Optical monitoring: Tx and Rx power
• OM 5080 3R Transponder Mode: Up to 8
CWDM or DWDM transponders
DWDM link
• Colorless Regeneration (Match any client to
any line interface without restrictions)
• Wavelengths: DWDM SFPs are supported with
200 GHz DWDM OMX
• Optical Multiplexers (OMX) support:
– OMX 4CH DWDM 200 GHz
– OMX 16CH DWDM
– OMX 4CH ITU CWDM
– OMX 8CH ITU CWDM
– OMX 4CH OADM ITU CWDM
CWDM link
• Wavelengths: CWDM SFPs are supported with
CWDM ITU OMX
– 1471, 1491, 1511, 1531, 1551, 1571, 1591, 1611 nm
(20nm spacing)
– Band 1: 1528.77, 1533.47, 1530.33,
1531.90 nm
– Band 2: 1538.19, 1542.94, 1539.77,
1541.35 nm
– Band 3: 1547.72, 1552.52, 1549.32,
1550.92 nm
– Band 4: 1557.36, 1562.23, 1558.98,
1560.61 nm
Fans
• Removable cooling units
• Dimension 204 mm x 32 mm x 20 mm
• Flow1.14 Cubic meter/minute (4 fans 0.286 m3/
min each)
• Hot-pluggable
Environmental alarms and visual
indicators
• One input and one output environmental
and office alarm
• Three system – level LEDs for Critical,
Major and Minor alarm indications
Mounting options
• 19”, ETSI and 23” Rack Mountable
• Optical supervisory channel: 1510 nm
• Optical reach: 180Km for 2.66 Gbps, 80 Km
for 4.25 Gbps
• Optical power output: 0 to +4 dBm
• Approvals: CE Class B, FCC, RoHS 5/6
• Sensitivity: CE -28 dBm APD
• Optical supervisory channel: 1310 nm
• Optical monitoring: Tx and Rx power
• Optical reach: 80Km for 2.66 Gbps, 80 Km for
4.25 Gbps
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