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T SERIES CORE ROUTERS
Including JCS1200 CONTROL SYSTEM
Product Overview
Today’s connected society depends
on telecom infrastructure, and service
Product Description
Core networks must scale in multiple dimensions—on the forwarding, control, and
service planes. A true multiservice core requires a reliable, high-performance, and flexible
architecture that can carry a wide breadth of services over a common
providers require solutions with new
IP/MPLS infrastructure. This enables service providers to deliver stringent service-level
dimensions of flexibility and scale.
agreements (SLAs) while minimizing both capital and operational expenditures. The Juniper
In a networked economy, business
Networks® T Series Core Router family—T320, T640, T1600, TX Matrix and TX Matrix Plus—
performance is impacted by the quality
provides the ingredients for high-end and core networks of the future, especially when
of connectivity. Carriers must translate
controlled by the Juniper Networks JCS1200 Control System. Figure 1 illustrates the industry-
this dependence into profitability, which
leading scaling characteristics of T Series on the forwarding and control planes.
means finding new ways to supplement
traditional revenue, developing
100G/slot
alternative services, and evolving
T1600
TX Matrix Plus
business models to the changing
Qty.
Port Type
Qty.
Port Type
network landscape.
160
16
8
10G
40G
100G
640
64
32
10G
40G
100G
T Series Core Routers, in conjunction
with the JCS1200, provide a unique
solution that’s flexible and robust
40G/slot
enough to tackle these new
challenges. JCS1200, the industry’s
T640
only independent control plane scaling
Qty.
Port Type
system, brings virtualization to the core
32
8
10G
40G
of the network. T Series, with the
TX Matrix Plus, provides transport scale
up to 6.4 Tbps. The result is the world’s
most flexible routing system, enabling
JCS1200
Single Chassis
TX Matrix
Qty.
Port Type
128
32
10G
40G
Multi Chassis
Figure 1: T Series Scaling By Slot and Chassis – All Routers are Controlled by JCS1200
customers to build scalable networks
Juniper Networks high-end routing products provide the leading features demanded by
that adapt to changing business models.
service providers today to handle the massive growth in core bandwidth requirements.
These features include MPLS Differentiated Services (DiffServ-TE), point-to-multipoint
label-switched paths, nonstop routing and in-service software upgrades (ISSUs),
hierarchical MPLS, and service delivery coupling with the Juniper Networks JCS1200 and
the Partner Solution Development Platform (PSDP).
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Table 1: Juniper Networks T Series Scaling Characteristics
Platform
Throughput
Maximum
Forwarding Rate
Rack Space
10-Gigabit Ethernet
Density
Fully Redundant
Hardware
Multichassis
Capable
T320
320 Gbps
385 Mpps
1/3 rack
(19 in)
16
Yes
No
T640
640 Gbps
770 Mpps
1/2 rack
(19 in)
32
Yes
Yes
T1600
1.6 Tbps
1.92 Billion pps
1/2 rack
(19 in)
80 (line rate)
Yes
Yes
160 (oversubscribed)
TX Matrix with
4 x T640
2.5 Tbps
3 Billion pps
3 racks
128
Yes
Yes
TX Matrix Plus
with 4 x T1600
6.4 Tbps
7.68 Billion pps
3 racks (1 x 23 in
for TX Matrix Plus,
2 x 19 in for T1600)
320 (line rate)
Yes
Yes
640 (oversubscribed)
T Series routers enable service providers to deliver stringent QoS
Combined with its 320-Gbps throughput and its 385-Mpps
and meet SLAs for multiservice transit and IP services. In addition,
forwarding rate, the T320 delivers non-blocking, any-to-any
Juniper’s industry-leading IP/MPLS capabilities guarantee that the
connectivity and uncompromising performance with numerous
service level and performance of critical services are maintained,
features enabled across multiple interfaces. Its density, speed,
while extending the effective lifespan of legacy network assets.
and size make it ideal for small to medium cores, as well as
The T Series is ideal for creating routed infrastructures that must
for aggregating access routers, peering, and metro Ethernet
scale to meet constantly growing Internet traffic for all varieties
applications.
of applications. Furthermore, capacity-based power consumption
for all T Series routers is the lowest in the industry. The following
table illustrates the scaling characteristics of the T Series family.
T640 Routing Node
At 19 inches wide and a half-rack in height, the Juniper Networks
T640 Core Router addresses the need for highly scalable, high-
JCS1200
performance core routing at a fraction of the size of competitive
The Juniper Networks JCS1200 Control System is the industry’s
offerings. Each of the eight slots in the T640 delivers 40 Gbps
first purpose-built, control plane scaling platform, providing
with the ability to scale well beyond that capacity, fulfilling the
high-power processing with a multi-CPU, multi-core server-class
need for the high-bandwidth services of today and tomorrow.
computing environment. With scalable memory and storage
media, JCS1200 provides up to 12 routing engines in a compact
one-quarter rack chassis.
The T640 supports up to 8 OC-768c/STM-256 ports, 32 10-Gbps
ports (10-Gigabit Ethernet or OC-192/STM-64), 128 OC-48c/
STM-16 ports, and an industry-leading 320 Gigabit Ethernet
JCS1200 helps operators consolidate networks (corporate and
ports. It delivers up to 640 Gbps of capacity with the ability to
residential) and nodes (core and aggregation) onto a single
forward up to 770 million packets per second (Mpps). The T640
simplified infrastructure. Key applications for the JCS1200,
also supports lower speed interfaces for organizations looking
when used in conjunction with T Series routers, include network
to combine high-speed core routing with dedicated access
virtualization, and scalable, high-performance route reflectors.
aggregation in a single platform.
The result is high CapEx and OpEx savings, secure administrative
isolation between services, the rapid introduction of new services,
and unprecedented operational flexibility.
T1600 Routing Platform
Also at 19 inches wide and a half-rack in height, the multichassiscapable Juniper Networks T1600 Core Router addresses the need
T320 Router
for highly scalable, high-performance core routing at a fraction
The Juniper Networks T320 Core Router is designed for use
of the size of competitive offerings. The T1600 delivers up to 1.6
where rack space is at a premium and a wide range of interface
Tbps of capacity (100 Gbps/slot) with the ability to forward up to
speeds are needed. The T320 consumes one-third of a standard
1.92 billion pps.
19 inch equipment rack and uses less power for efficient small
core applications. Yet the T320 router still offers unprecedented
density compared to competing high-end platforms, while
providing double the power efficiency.
Juniper provides unique capabilities for upgrading T Series routers
to accommodate the changing requirements of service providers.
For example, the T640 can grow in-service into a T1600 by only
replacing the power module and switch fabric. Following such an
Each T320 router can support up to sixteen 10-Gbps ports
upgrade, the T1600 provides more than double the capacity of
(OC-192c/ STM-64 or 10-Gigabit Ethernet) while allowing lower
T640, while only using fractionally more power.
speed connectivity down to channelized increments within the same
chassis. Power consumption is very low, requiring only 60 A at –48
VDC with 2,880 watts maximum and lower for typical configurations.
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The packet forwarding and switching complex of a T1600
TX Matrix Plus
supports 100 Gbps per slot. Current interface configurations
include up to 8 100-Gigabit Ethernet ports, 16 OC-768c/STM-256
JCS1200
ports, 64 OC-192/STM-64 ports or 80/160 10-Gigabit Ethernet
(line rate/oversubscribed). The T1600 also supports lower speed
interfaces for those wishing to combine high-speed core routing
with dedicated access aggregation in a single platform.
TX Matrix and TX Matrix Plus Core Routers
The TX Matrix Plus is the central switching and routing element
that interconnects up to 4 T1600 chassis into a single routing
entity with 32 slots and a sustainable throughput rate of up to 6.4
PSD4
PSD3
PSD1
PSD2
Tbps (7.68 billion pps). With TX Matrix Plus, operators can build
systems containing up to 4 line card chassis for a total of up to
T1600
320/640 10-Gigabit Ethernet (line rate/oversubscribed) ports,
T1600
64 40 Gbps ports or 32 100-Gigabit Ethernet ports. Using the
as video, mobile, and all corporate traffic.
Both the TX Matrix and TX Matrix Plus scale gracefully as more
ports are added; additional routers and slots are connected to the
Peering
Peering
of virtual service networks for advanced partitioned services such
Public
Public
Core Private
Private 11
Core
be partitioned into aggregation or edge routing, or into the support
Core Private
Private 2
2
Core
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virtualization capabilities of JCS1200, this available resource can
center-stage fabric over optical interfaces. Thus, TX Matrix and TX
Matrix Plus expand with non-blocking bandwidth.
The scalable configurations of both TX Matrix offerings increase
Shared uplinks, Integrated optics,
High-density 10GE, Service interfaces
equipment lifespan and further reduce capital expenditures
(CapEx) costs. Designed with no single point of failure, and
utilizing the same system design and robust Juniper Networks
Figure 2: A Virtualized, Multiservice Core Network
Junos® operating system as Juniper routing platforms, these
The T Series architecture allows all Junos OS features and services
central switching stage platforms are designed from the ground
to operate across many interface types without compromising
up to achieve the highest levels of system availability.
performance. All platforms are highly secure with large filter lists
(hundreds of thousands of firewall filter terms) and rate limiting
Architecture and Key Components
to mitigate denial of service (DoS) attacks. Consistent hardware-
The core network is the heart of any next-generation network or
based QoS features such as deep packet classification, filtering,
multiplay deployment. With the growth of distributed content
and granular queuing are deployable at large scale for many
in metro networks, the core network must deliver high-speed
interface speeds.
transport at five 9s reliability, while providing rich service delivery
From its inception, Junos OS was developed for rigorous service
features. The Juniper Network T Series family, with TX Matrix
provider needs. For example, Junos OS is completely modular so
Plus, T1600, and when used with the JCS1200, offers the premier
that in the unlikely event one module experiences a problem, it is
core routing option in the industry—a virtualized, ultra high-
isolated to that specific section of code and does not bring down
capacity core. Junos OS functionality offers the most resilient,
an entire system. On the hardware side, all major components—
high-performance, and flexible applications for backbone carriage
including Routing Engines, Control Boards, Switch Interface
of content-intensive consumer and business traffic. JCS1200
Boards (SIBs), and Power Equipment Modules (PEMs)—are
functionality allows huge core routing nodes to be partitioned
redundant.
along service or network function lines. Figure 2 illustrates how
service providers can essentially customize their routers along
functional or service lines with JCS1200 and TX Matrix Plus
with T1600.
Backed by the industry’s widest breadth of software services,
T Series Routers are designed on a foundation of IP/MPLSoptimized hardware that offers unique packet handling
functionality unmatched for its flexibility and scale. The result is
Four separate protected system domains (PSDs) are built with
robust quality of service (QoS) for rich and scalable voice transport,
JCS1200 and a TX Matrix Plus with (in this example) three T1600
video distribution, multicast replication, traffic engineering, ATM-to-
routers. The PSDs (hardware logical routers) may be private or
MPLS migration, and IP transit and peering services.
public networks supporting any service. PSDs can span across
multiple chassis, providing the most flexible architectural choices
in the market.
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Juniper’s core solutions deliver unparalleled investment protection
operations. JCS1200 is a scalable, independent control plane
with Physical Interfaces Cards (PICs) that are portable between
that uses the power of Junos OS to create the industry’s first true
Juniper Networks M Series Multiservice Edge Routers including the
network convergence: consolidated POPs, virtualized network
M40e, M120, M320 and the T320, T640, T1600 and multichassis
functions and services, and high-performance route reflectors.
systems. These PICs cover diverse interface types (ranging in
speed from DS3 to 100-Gigabit Ethernet) including SONET/SDH,
ATM, Gigabit Ethernet, dense wavelength division multiplexing
(DWDM), and advanced security services. From dense Gigabit
Ethernet and 10-Gigabit Ethernet configurations (including two
10x10 Gigabit Ethernet PICs in a single T1600 slot), to high-speed
One of the key architectural choices in the T Series family of
routers is the non-disruptive hardware upgrade. This is seen in the
simple migration from T640 to T1600 (Figure 3) and from T1600
to the large, virtualized systems consisting of the TX Matrix Plus
and the JCS1200.
trunk applications at 40 Gbps and beyond, T Series routers satisfy
3. Swap the face panel
every core application up to the 6.4-terabit realm. The OC-768c
and 100-Gigabit Ethernet options are ideally suited for intra-POP
(point of presence) locations. The 4-port OC-192, with inverse
2. Swap switch interface
boards
multiplexing, provides 40 Gbps inter-POP links up to a distance of
• 5 SIBs per chassis, can run on 4
• Disable a SIB, swap it, re-enable
• Repeat 4 times
80 Km.
Using Junos OS and the JCS1200, service providers can enjoy
1. Swap power entry modules
operational simplicity and feature superiority while alleviating
• 2 PEM per chassis, system can run
on one
• Disable, power off the first PEM
on one
the need for complex and costly mapping of software releases
to hardware versions. The top 30 service providers worldwide all
utilize the power of Junos OS, and its unique agility and ability
to scale services across all interfaces helps speed the rollout of
new service deployments while simplifying management and
Figure 3: The In-service hardware upgrade of T640 to T1600
is the only one of its kind
Features and Benefits
The T Series routers is a proven architecture, with over 5000 units deployed in the world’s largest networks.
Table 2: T Series Features and Benefits
Feature
Description
Benefit
Multi-terabit capacity and
T1600 scales to 1.6 Tbps in a single chassis. The TX
Matrix Plus allows incremental expansion up to a 6.4
Tbps system. The future-proof architecture scales
comfortably to well beyond this capacity as provider
needs progress.
Total Internet traffic continues to grow at over 80
percent per year. T Series scale and density features
allow service providers to increase capacity without
adding additional systems to the network.
High availability hardware
There is no single point of failure in T Series routers.
Component-level redundancy is available for routing
engines, control boards, and SIB, as well as PEMs and
the internal control plane.
High availability (HA) and continuous operation is
critical in core routing, where loss of a single routing
node can remove service for a wide geographical area.
High availability software
Non stop active routing provides the foundation for
ISSU, as well as Junoscript commit script capabilities,
mean continuous operation under maintenance
conditions, and topological changes.
HA requirements in core networks include the
elimination of planned downtime. Key benefits include
higher operational network availability, better network
stability, easier operations, and less operational risk.
Superior packet processing via
programmable ASIC-based Packet
Forwarding Engine (PFE)
Juniper’s programmable ASICs deliver a
comprehensive, hardware-based system for packet
processing. To ensure a non-blocking forwarding
path, all channels between the ASICs are oversized,
dedicated paths. Firewall filter capabilities are scalable
to hundreds of thousands of entries, and include
multiple matches and conditions.
Highly granular QoS, advanced filter-based forwarding,
flow-based monitoring, and distributed denial of
service (DDoS) prevention. All competing core routing
implementations allow for a mere fraction of the
total firewall filter terms supported on Juniper routers
without performance degradation.
Wide range of interfaces
Interfaces on the T Series range from DS3 to OC-768
(SONET) and 100-Gigabit Ethernet for Ethernet.
Juniper provides the largest variety of interfaces
among core routing platforms. This interface variety
(both optical and copper) is unique in the market.
Combining the functions of previously disparate
network elements offers greater network simplicity,
and retains the service-building advantages of the
overlay networks being replaced by the converged
network.
multichassis scalability
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Table 2: T Series Features and Benefits (continued)
Feature
Description
Benefit
Virtualization at scale
Virtualization capabilities include hardware logical
routing with the JCS1200, taking control plane
scalability to a new level by decoupling the control
and forwarding planes and hosting them on separate
platforms. Using logical routers, the applications,
configurations, protocols, and routing tables assigned
to a logical router belong to that one logical router.
Juniper’s state of the art logical routing support is the
only implementation with shared uplink support.
With these capabilities, providers can manage their
CapEx by consolidating the network hierarchy onto
a single highly available router, or by scaling service
offerings in midsize to large POPs with multichassis
routers.
Solid, modular, feature-rich
software
Each release of Junos OS runs consistently across
all Juniper Networks routing platforms and feature
sets. Junos OS was conceived and implemented as a
modular design. Advanced features include point-tomultipoint MPLS, MPLS VPN, IPv6 provider edge, and
many more unique features in core routers.
Each Junos OS process runs in protected memory
to guard against system crashes and to ensure that
applications do not interfere with each other. Junos
OS provides the greatest breadth of features and most
stable network operating system in the industry.
Optical transport integration
PIC support includes OTN G.709 at 10 Gbps, 10-Gigabit
Ethernet Tunable DWDM, OC-768, and 4-port OC-192.
Generalized MPLS (GMPLS) is continually enhanced
along with Ethernet Operation, Administration, and
Maintenance (OAM) functionality.
Integrating optical transport technology into routers
provides flexibility in provisioning that leads to the
rapid rollout of new services, while retaining Layer 3
intelligence to ensure prompt responses to topology
changes.
Product Options
Key components of the T320, T640, T1600, and TX Matrix platforms are the PICs, FPCs, SIBs, Routing Engines, and control boards.
Feature
Description
Benefit
PICs
High-density PICs provide a complete range of fiber
optic and electrical transmission interfaces to the
network.
For a listing of available PICs, see the PIC Guides at
www.juniper.net/techpubs/hardware.
FPCs
The FPCs house the PFEs and provide slots for carrying
the PICs. The T Series “Enhanced FPCs” provide
additional static RAM (SRAM) for increased scaling
benefits as well as more granular class-of-service
(CoS) capabilities.
• Type-1 FPCs are rated at 2 Gbps and 4 Gbps full
duplex for the T320 and T640/T1600 routers,
respectively.
• Type-2 FPCs are rated at 8 Gbps and 16 Gbps full
duplex for the T320 and T640/T1600 routers,
respectively.
• Type-3 FPCs are rated at 20 and 40 Gbps full duplex
for the T320 and T640/T1600 routers, respectively.
• Type-4 FPCs are rated at 40 Gbps full duplex for the
T640/T1600 routers.
• The T1600 Type-4 FPC is rated at 100 Gbps full
duplex and supports two Type 4 PICS.
SIBs
The SIBs house the switch fabric silicon and provide
any-to-any connectivity between the FPCs.
The T Series was designed to be highly resilient, with
four active SIBs and one standby SIB per T640, T1600,
or TX Matrix chassis, and two active SIBs and one
standby SIB per T320 chassis. Each T Series router is
designed to gracefully degrade in the unlikely event
more than one SIB failure occurs.
Routing Engines (RE)
The RE maintains the routing tables and controls the
routing protocols, as well as the Junos OS processes
that control the platform’s interfaces, the chassis
components, system management, and user access to
the platform.
The routing engines supported on the T Series product
family are: RE-A-1600, RE-A-2000, RE-TXP-DUO1800-8G-BB and RE-TXP-DUO-2600-16G-BB.
Specifications are described under Routing Engines
below.
Control Boards (CB)
A control board works with each RE to provide control
and monitoring functions, such as for the power,
temperature, fans, and system resets.
The different control boards for the T Series family are
listed below under ordering information.
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T320
T640
T1600
TX Matrix
TX Matrix Plus
Specifications
T320
T640
T1600
TX Matrix
TX Matrix
Plus
Physical dimensions
(W x H x D)
17.43 x 25.13 x 31 in
17.43 x 37.45 x 31 in
17.43 x 37.45 x 31 in
17.43 x 44.5 x 30 in
21.4 x 52 x 36.2 in
(44.27 x 63.83 x
78.74 cm)
(44.27 x 95.12 x
78.74 cm)
(44.27 x 95.12 x
78.74 cm)
(44.27x 113 x 76.2 cm)
(54.4 x 132 x 91.9 cm)
Maximum weight
369.9 lb / 167.78 kg
565 lb / 256.28 kg
606 lb / 274.88 kg
480 lb / 218 kg
925 lb / 420 Kg
Mounting
Front or center
Rack mount
Front or center
Rack mount
Front or center
Front or center
Rack mount
Front or center
Rack mount
2,880 W
7,296 W
(152 A @ -48 VDC)
Delta: 28.3 A @ 240
VAC maximum (lineto-line)
8,352 W
(174 A @ -48 VDC)
Delta: 28.3 A @ 240
VAC maximum (lineto-line)
4,560 W
(95 A @ -48 VDC)
9200 W
Delta: 34 A @ 200 VAC
minimum (line-to-line)
Delta: 34 A @ 200 VAC
minimum (line-to-line)
Wye : 16.4 A @ 415 VAC
maximum (line-to-line)
Wye : 16.4 A @ 415 VAC
maximum (line-to-line)
Wye: 20 A @ 346 VAC
minimum (line-to-line)
Wye: 20 A @ 346 VAC
minimum (line-to-line)
Dimensions and Power
Power system rating
(agency label)
(60 A @ -48 VDC)
Rack mount
192A @ -48VDC
Standalone SIB
Yes
Yes
Yes
N/A
N/A
Matrix-enabled SIB
N/A
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Note: For T1600, actual energy consumption measured under ATIS/Juniper Energy Consumption Rating (ECR) methodology is 5640 W. For more information,
see Energy Efficiency for Network Equipment at www.juniper.net and for the ECR methodology itself see www.ecrinitiative.org.
Routing Engine Options
RE-A-1600-2048
• 1.6 GHz supported on TX Matrix, (redundancy required), and T320 (optionally
redundant)
• 1.6 GHz Pentium IV processor with integrated 256 kb, Level 2 cache
• 2 GB DRAM, 1 GB compact flash drive for primary storage
• 40 GB Integrated Drive Electronics (IDE) hard drive for secondary storage, 128 MB PC
card for tertiary storage
• 10/100ASE-T auto-sensing RJ-45 Ethernet port for out-of-band management
• Two RS-232 (DB9 connector) asynchronous serial ports for console and remote
management
RE-A-2000
• 2 GHz supported on TX Matrix, (redundancy required), T1600, T640, and T320
(optionally redundant)
• 2 GHz Intel Celeron processor with integrated 256 kb, Level 2 cache
• 4 GB DRAM, 1 GB compact flash drive for primary storage
• 40 GB IDE hard drive for secondary storage, 128 MB PC card for tertiary storage
• 10/100ASE-T auto-sensing RJ-45 Ethernet port for out-of-band management
• Two RS-232 (DB9 connector) asynchronous serial ports for console and remote
management
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Specifications (continued)
T320
RE-TXP-DUO-1800-8G-BB
T640
T1600
TX Matrix
TX Matrix
Plus
• Supported on TX Matrix Plus Line Card Chassis (LCC), T1600
• Dual Core, 1.8 GHz Intel Celeron processor
• 8 GB DRAM DIMM, 4 GB compact flash drive and 4 GB USB
• Front pluggable slots for two 64 GB SSD hard drives
RE-TXP-DUO-2600-16G-BB
• Supported on TX Matrix Plus Switch Fabric Chassis (SFC)
• Dual Core, 2.66 GHz Intel Celeron processor
• 16 GB DRAM DIMM, Front Pluggable 4 GB compact flash drive and 4 GB USB
• Front pluggable slots for two 64 GB SSD hard drives
SIB
Available in standalone or matrix enabled options for the T Series (See ordering
Information)
• Three required per T320 chassis; two active, one standby provides 2+1 redundancy
• Five required per T640 or T1600 chassis; four active, one standby provides 4+1
redundancy
• 160-400 Gbps throughput per SIB
Environmental
Temperature
32° to 104° F (0 to 40° C)
Maximum altitude
No performance degradation to 10,000 ft (3,048 m)
Relative humidity
5% to 90% noncondensing
Seismic /earthquake
Designed to meet Telcordia Zone 4 requirements
Approvals
Safety
• CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60950-00/UL 60950 – Third Edition, Safety of Information
Technology Equipment
• EN 60825-1 Safety of Laser Products – Part 1: Equipment Classification, Requirements
and User’s Guide
• EN 60825-2 Safety of Laser Products – Part 2: Safety of Optical Fibre Communications
Systems
• EN 60950 Safety of Information Technology Equipment
EMC
• AS/NZS 3548 Class A (Australia / New Zealand), BSMI Class A (Taiwan), EN 55022
Class A emissions (Europe),
FCC Class A (USA), VCCI Class A (Japan)
Immunity
EN 61000-3-2 Power Line Harmonics, EN 61000-4-2 ESD, EN 61000-4-3 Radiated
Immunity, EN 61000-4-4 EFT,
EN 61000-4-5 Surge, EN 61000-4-6 Low Frequency Common Immunity, EN 61000-4-11
Voltage Dips and Sags
NEBS
TX Matrix, T640, and T320 are designed to comply with the following NEBs standards
• GR-63-CORE: NEBS, Physical Protection
• GR-1089-CORE: EMC and Electrical Safety for Network Telecommunications
Equipment
• SR-3580 NEBS Criteria Levels (Level 3 Compliance)
ETSI
TS-300386-2 Telecommunication Network Equipment Electromagnetic Compatibility
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Ordering Information
This section lists only the base unit and basic options. PICs are not included in the base system and must be ordered individually.
For PIC ordering information, see the PICs datasheets at www.juniper.net. For further details on bundles, options, and spares, contact the
nearest Juniper Networks sales representative.
Item
Configuration
T320
T640
T1600
TX Matrix
TX Matrix Plus
Base unit
T320/T640
8 FPC slots each
T320 – 16 PICS
T640, T1600 –
32 PICS
T320BASE-DC
T640BASE-DC
T1600BASE-DC
TXBASE-DC
TXPBASE-DC
Routing
Engine
Primary
RE-1600-2048-BB or
RE- A-2000-4096-BB
RE- A-2000-4096-BB
RE-TXP-DUO-18008G-BB or
RE-1600-2048-BB or
RE-TXP-DUO-260016G-BB (SFC)
RE- A-2000-4096-BB
RE- A-2000-4096-BB
Redundant
RE-1600-2048-R or
RE- A-2000-4096-R
RE-1600-2048-R or
RE- A-2000-4096-R
RE-1600-2048-R or
RE- A-2000-4096-R
RE-TXP-DUO-18008G-BB (LCC)
RE-1600-2048-R or
RE- A-2000-4096-R
RE-TXP-DUO-260016G-R (SFC)
RE-TXP-DUO-18008G-R (LCC)
Control
board
Primary
CB-L-T-BB or
CB-T-BB
CBTX-BB
CBTX-BB
CBTX-BB
CB-TXP-BB
Redundant
CB-L-T or
CB-T-R
CB-TX-R
CB-TX-R
CB-TX-R
CB-TXP-R
Junos OS
USA
Worldwide
Junos OS
Junos-WW
Junos OS
Junos-WW
Junos OS
Junos-WW
Junos OS
Junos-WW
Junos OS
SIB
3 required per T320
5 required per T640 or
TX Matrix
SIB
For single-chassis
operations use:
SIB-I-T640
SIB-4-TX
SIB-TXP-F13 (SFC)
For multi-chassis
operations use:
SIB-TX-T640
For single-chassis
operations use:
SIB-I-T1600
For multi-chassis
operations use:
SIB-TXP-T1600
FPC
Junos-WW
SIB-TXP-F2 (SFC)
FPC Type 1
T320-FPC1-E2
T640-FPC1-E2
T640-FPC1-E2
N/A
FPC Type 2
T320-FPC2-E2
T640-FPC2-E2
T640-FPC2-E2
N/A
FPC Type 3
T320-FPC3-E2
T640-FPC3-E2
T640-FPC3-E2
N/A
FPC Type 4
N/A
T640-FPC3-ES
T640-FPC3-ES
N/A
T640-FPC4-ES
T640-FPC4-ES
T1600-FPC4-ES
Matrix cable
arrays
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
CBL-TX-SIB-XX
CBL-TXP-004M
N/A
N/A
available in 4, 5, 6, 10,
12 meter lengths
N/A
CBL-TX-SIB-XX
also available in
6 (-006M), 8, 10, and
12 (-012M) meter
lengths then CBLTXP-0015M through
CBL-TXP-0100M
available in 15 M to
100 M lengths (in
increments of 5
meters)
representing 15 to
100 M lengths (in
increments of 5
meters)
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