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Broadband and Dial Access
Broadband and Dial Access Products at a Glance
Remote Dial Access—Data and Voice (VoIP)
Product1
Features
Cisco AS5350 Series
Universal Gateways
• High performance, 1RU, universal gateway
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• Universal Port technology for multiple data, voice, and fax services on any port at any time
• 2,4, & 8 CT1/7 CE1/PRI configurations for 48 to 240 channels
• Supports broad range of async/ISDN/VoIP/wireless protocols
• Two 10/100 Ethernet ports, two 8 Mbps serial backhaul ports
• Two 8 Mbps serial backhaul ports
• Cisco SS7 signaling gateway interoperability
• Flexible, redundant backhaul methods
• High performance, 2RU, universal gateway
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• Universal Port technology for multiple data, voice, and fax services on any port at any time
• Two models: Cisco AS5400HPX and Cisco AS5400
• 8 to 16 CT1/CE1/PRI or 1 T3 configuration for 192 to 648 channels
• Low power and high availability design
• Supports a broad range of async/ISDN/VoIP/fax/wireless protocols
• Cisco SS7 signaling gateway interoperability
• Flexible, redundant backhaul methods
The highest density universal gateway in the marketplace
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• Supporting at least 2,688 sessions data, voice, and fax services on any port at any time using
T1, E1, DS3 or STM-1 trunk interface
• Constant density regardless of codec type, ECAN or VAD settings
• Extensive high availability features
• TDM grooming capability
• Cisco PGW 2200 Softswitch—Call Agent providing signaling and call control functionality for 7-11
PSTN Gateway and transit applications in international markets
• Cisco BTS 10200 Softswitch—Class 4/5 softswitch for Voice over IP applications
Cisco AS5400 Series
Universal Gateways
Cisco AS5850
Universal Gateway
SS7 Signaling &
Softswitch Products
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Broadband Cable
Product
Features
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Headend and Distribution Hub Equipment
Cisco uBR7100 Series
Universal Broadband
Router
Entry-level, standards-based fixed-configuration CMTS and integrated router for lower-density 7-12
residential and MxU customers serviced by cable operators or ISPs.
• Compact form factor (2RU)
• Supports up to 2,0001 broadband subscribers
• Layer 2 bridging and full Layer 3 routing
• DOCSIS 1.0, 1.1 and Euro--DOCSIS 1.0 qualified; supports DOCSIS Set-top Gateway (DSG)
• Fixed-configuration models including: Cisco uBR7111, Cisco uBR7111E, Cisco uBR7114, and
Cisco uBR7114E
• Integrated upconverter/modulator
• Embedded dual 10/100 BaseT Ethernet network interface
• Selection of LAN and WAN interfaces
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Cisco uBR7246VXR
Universal Broadband
Router
Modular, standards-based communications-grade CMTS and integrated router for high-growth 7-13
broadband cable deployments
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• Supports up to 10,000 broadband subscribers
• Offers large variety of LAN and WAN interface options and processors
• Full Layer 3 implementation
• DOCSIS, 1.0, 1.1, Euro-DOCSIS 1.0, 1.1, 2.0 (ATDMA-only) and PacketCable 1.0 qualified;
Supports DSG
• Selection of cable line cards that includes Cisco uBR7200 Series MC28U, MC28X, MC16U, and
MC16X Broadband Processing Engines (BPEs)
• Selection of nine cable line cards that include Cisco MC28C, MC16S, MC16E, MC16C, and
MC14C Universal Broadband Router (uBR) cards and Cisco uBR7200 Series MC28U, MC28X,
MC16U, and MC16X Broadband Processing Engines (BPEs)
Cisco uBR10012 Universal Highest-capacity communications-grade CMTS on the market today. Delivers the services, 7-14
performance, scale, and1 carrier-class reliability large cable operators and ISPs demand
Broadband Router
• Supports up to 64,000 broadband subscribers
• A-TDMA and advanced spectrum management
• Full Layer 3 implementation
• DOCSIS, 1.0, 1.1, Euro-DOCSIS 1.0, 1.1 and PacketCable 1.0 qualified; Supports DSG
• High-performance aggregation platform with Parallel Express Forwarding patented by Cisco
• Selection of line cards that includes Cisco 5x20U Broadband Processing Engine (BPE)
• Network interfaces that includes 1 Gbps over Gigabit Ethernet and OC-48-Dynamic Packet
Transport (DPT) Interface Module Set
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Cisco uBR3x10 RF Switch • Exceeds packet cable availability requirements
• Enables a fully redundant CMTS with no single point of failure; works with the Cisco
uBR7246VXR and uBR10012
• Maximizes density with more than 250 MCX-type connector
Customer Premise Equipment (CPE)
Cisco uBR905 Cable
Access Router
Integrated DOCSIS-based cable modem and router with hardware accelerated IPSec VPN
tunneling support that includes:
• 4 Ethernet and 1 CATV port
• Supports DOCSIS-based data and VPN services
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Video Edge QAM Equipment
• Offers the highest-density Gigabit Ethernet QAM product available today on the market for 7-17
digital video networks
• Modular, single-rack-unit chassis design enhances scalability by making it easy to add QAM
channels as VoD service grows
• Optimized for Gigabit Ethernet networking accepting full line-rate Gigabit Ethernet video
transport feeds
Cisco uMG9820 QAM
Gateway
Network Management
• Provides a user interface to collect information needed to generate DOCSIS or PacketCable 7-18
configuration files
Cisco Broadband
Configurator
Cisco Broadband
Troubleshooter
Cisco Cable Diagnostic
Manager
Provides a diagnostic tool for RF technicians to quickly and easily isolate problems in the cable 7-18
plant
• Analyzes and sorts RF conditions into specific categories such as attenuation, provisioning,
noise or packet corruption (CRC) errors
• Provides dashboard views of network health, CMTS and CM statistics, and CM snapshots
• Correlates CM to subscriber information
• Works with an optional tool to map CMs and status to subscriber street-level views
Provides fault, configuration, and performance management for Cisco CMTS products and
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DOCSIS and EuroDOCSIS CMs via proactive network surveillance
• Supports CM software image downloads
• Offers topology tree map of CMTS and CMs
• Provides tabular and graphical historical utilization and performance reports
• Offers color-coded chassis views to provide at-a-glance status
1. Numbers are for reference only. Actual numbers for specific systems will vary depending on network/service
loading, traffic, and other parameters.
DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) Access
Product
Features
DSL Access CPE1
Broadband Services
Aggregation
Wide variety of Cisco router-based DSL CPE solutions for business-class to small office applications7-19
• Cisco 7200 Series Router—Up to 16000 broadband sessions on a 3 RU platform, including
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aggregation of PPP, PPPoE, and PPPoA
• Cisco 7301 Series Router—1 RU Broadband Aggregation Router that is capable of delivering up to
16000 sessions per chassis
• Cisco 10000 Series Router—A carrier-class router that supports up to 61,500 broadband sessions
with 99.999 percent system uptime
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ATM Multiservice WAN Switching
Product
Features
Cisco BPX 8600 Series
Switches
• Large-scale Advanced ATM switch for service provider and large enterprise applications
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• Narrowband and broadband services in a single, highly reliable platform using a multishelf
architecture with intelligent call processing for Frame Relay and ATM switched virtual circuits
(SVCs)
• 20 Gbps of high-throughput switching for multiple traffic types data, voice, and video
• Multiservice switch, scales from DS0 to OC-48c/STM-16 speeds
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• Serves as a stand-alone device for narrowband services, an integrated edge concentrator or a
broadband edge switch when equipped with 45 Gbps switch card and broadband ATM modules
• Supports PNNI routing
• Multiservice switch scales from DS0 to OC-3c/STM-1 speeds
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• A standalone switch with narrowband interfaces and broadband trunking to remote sites with low
density and high service mix requirements with 1.2 Gbps switch fabric
• Supports PNNI routing
Cisco MGX 8850 Series
Advanced ATM
Multiservice Switches
Cisco MGX 8830 Series
Multiservice Switches
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Long Reach Ethernet
Product
Features
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Fixed configuration Ethernet switches for delivering converged voice, video, and data services over 7-22
existing category 1/2/3 wiring for the in-building MxU, Hospitality, and Enterprise markets
• 8 or 24 LRE ports + 2 10/100/1000BASE-T ports + 2 Small Form-Factor Pluggable (SFP) ports (two of
the four uplinks active at one time), deliver Ethernet traffic (up to 15 Mbps) over standard copper
cabling (up to 5000 feet); ideal for in-building applications
• Co-exists with POTS and ISDN traffic on the same line and compatible with ADSL
• Advanced quality of service, security, and multicast features to support converged voice, video
(broadcast and VoD), and high speed data services
• Cisco 575 LRE CPE—Compact, includes one RJ-45 Ethernet connection and two RJ-11 connectors 7-23
Cisco LRE CPE Devices
(for telephone)
• Cisco 585 LRE CPE—Compact, includes four RJ-45 switched Ethernet connections and two RJ-11
connectors (for telephone). Supports 802.1p QoS
• Cisco LRE 48 POTS Splitter—48 ports in 1RU. Ensures that POTS service is separate, and never 7-23
Cisco LRE POTS Splitter
compromised by LRE switch reconfiguration or downtime
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Cisco Broadband Building • Server system enables automated online activation, integrated billing, tiered service levels
Service Manager
• Ideal for any form of broadband access technology, including Ethernet, LRE, Cable access, DSL,
Wireless, or Fiber
Cisco Catalyst 2950 LRE
Switches
Memory Information for Access Routers
Router
Memory Type
Slots
Default Memory Max Memory
Main
SDRAM
Universal Gateway Shared
Boot Flash
System Flash
Cisco AS5400HPX Main SDRAM
Universal Gateway Shared
Boot Flash (3V)
System Flash (3V)
N/A
256 MB
128 MB
16 MB
64 MB
512 MB
128 MB
16 MB
64 MB
2
1
1
2
512 MB
128 MB
16 MB
64 MB
512 MB
128 MB
16 MB
64 MB
Main SDRAM
Cisco AS5400
Universal Gateway Shared
2
1
1
2
256 MB
128 MB
16 MB
64 MB
512 MB
128 MB
16 MB
64 MB
1 GB
128 MB
1 GB
128 MB
Cisco AS5350
Boot Flash (5V)
System Flash (5V)
RSC SDRAM
Cisco AS5850
Universal Gateway Feature Cards SDRAMS
Memory Information for Access Routers
Default Config.
(Notes)
Cisco AS5400HPX and
Cisco AS5400 use
different Boot and
System Flash — NOT
interchangeable
Cisco AS5400HPX and
Cisco AS5400 use
different Boot and
System Flash — NOT
interchangeable
Ships with all required
memory
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Cisco AS5350 Universal Gateway
The Cisco AS5350 Universal Gateway is the only one-rack-unit
gateway supporting two-, four-, or eight-port T1/seven-port E1
configurations that provides universal port data, voice, and fax services on any port at any
time. The Cisco AS5350 Universal Gateway offers high performance and high reliability in
a compact, modular design. This cost-effective platform is ideally suited for Internet service
providers (ISPs) and enterprise companies that require innovative universal services.
The Cisco AS5350 Universal Gateway eliminates the need for switches and routers to create
a point-of-presence (POP) or “POP-in-a-box” solution. The Cisco AS5350 Universal
Gateway has three primary universal gateway configurations: two Channelized
T1(CT1)/Channelized E1(CE1)s, four CT1/CE1s, and eight CT1/seven CE1s. It also
includes integrated signaling link termination (SLT) functionality for direct connection to a
SS7/C7 signaling gateway.
The Cisco AS5350 Universal Gateway comes two high-speed serial ports are provided to
support Frame Relay, Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP), and High-Level Data Link Control
(HDLC) backhaul. All backhaul interfaces support Hot Standby Router Protocol (HSRP),
and all cards and the fan tray are hot-swappable for carrier-class resiliency. The Cisco
AS5350 Universal Gateway is the only access server in this form factor that offers universal
port capability with these high-availability features.
When to Sell
Sell This Product
When a Customer Needs These Features
Cisco AS5350
• 2 to 8 channelized CT1/7 CE1/PRI compact and modular universal
• High-performance modem, ISDN, and voice call termination
• Universal port services (data, voice, fax)
Key Features
• 1 RU modular high-performance 2 to 8 channelized CT1/7 CE1/PRI system
• Universal Gateway—which supports multiple data, voice, and fax services on any port
at any time
• Ideal for Tier 2/3 ISPs and enterprises requiring innovative universal services
• Feature cards: 2, 4, or 8 CT1/7 E1/PRI feature cards (ISDN calls terminated on the
card); 60 or 108 channel Universal Port feature card
• Two 10/100BaseT autosensing Ethernet LAN ports
• Two 8 MB serial WAN ports for Frame Relay, HDLC, or PPP WAN backhaul
• Carrier Class Resiliency: All feature cards and fan tray are hot swappable, modem and
voice DSP are pooled and can be configured as spares, AC internal power supply with
dual fans, Redundant LAN/WAN backhaul ports, Thermal management and
environmental monitoring, ETSI/NEBS Level 3 compliant
• Single or Redundant AC or DC power supply with dual fans
• Cisco SS7 signaling gateway interoperability
Competitive Products
• Lucent/Ascend: Max TNT
• 3Com/CommWorks: Total Control 1000
• Alcatel: 7505 Series
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• Nuera: BTX Series
• Siemans: HiPath Series
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Specifications
Feature
Cisco AS5350
250 MHz RISC processor
SDRAM: 256 MB (default), 512 MB (maximum)
Shared Input/output (I/O): 128 MB (default), 128 MB (maximum)
Boot Flash: 16 MB (default), 16 MB (maximum)
System Flash: 64 MB (default), 64 MB (maximum)
Layer 3 Cache: 2 MB
Three slots
Feature Card Slots
Two 10/100-MB Ethernet ports
Egress Ports
Two 8-Mbps serial ports
T1/E1 DS1 trunk feature cards
IP, IPX, AppleTalk, DECNet, ARA, NetBEUI, bridging, HSRP, 802.1Q
LAN Protocols
Frame Relay, PPP, HDLC (leased line)
WAN Protocols
RIP, RIPv2, OSPF, IGRP, EIGRP, BGPv4, IS-IS, AT-EIGRP, IPX-EIGRP, Next Hop Resolution Protocol (NHRP),
Routing Protocols
AppleTalk Update-Based Routing Protocol (AURP)
IP Precedence, Resource Reservation Protocol (RSVP), Weighted Fair Queuing (WFQ), Weighted Random
QoS Protocols
Early Detection (WRED), Multichassis Multilink PPP (MMP) fragmentation and interleaving, 802.1P
PPP, Serial Line Internet Protocol (SLIP), TCP Clear, IPXCP, ATCP, ARA, NBFCP, NetBIOS over TCP/IP, NetBEUI
Access Protocols
over PPP, protocol translation (PPP, SLIP, ARA, X.25, TCP, local-area transport [LAT], Telnet), and Xremote
Multilink PPP (MP), MLP, TCP/IP header compression, Bandwidth Allocation Control Protocol (BACP),
Bandwidth Optimization
bandwidth on demand, nonfacility-associated signaling (NFAS), traffic shaping
G.711, G.723.1, (5.3K and 6.3K), G.726, G.729ab, G.Clear, GSM-FR
Voice Compression
Echo cancellation, programmable up to 128 ms
DSP Voice Features
Transparent transcoding between A-law and mu-law encoding
Voice activity detection, silence suppression, comfort noise generation
Fixed and adaptive jitter buffering
Call progress tone detection and generation - Dial tone, busy, ring-back, congestion, and re-order tones with
local country variants
DTMF, Multifrequency (MF)
Continuity Testing (COT)
H.323v2, H.323/v3, H.323v4, SIP, MGCP 1.0, TGCP 1.0, Voice Extensible Markup Language (VoiceXML), Real-Time
Voice and Fax Signaling
Streaming Protocol (RTSP), Extended Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (ESMTP)
Protocols
T.38 real-time fax relay
T.37 fax store and forward
Fax detection
Fax and modem passthrough
Open Settlements Protocol (OSP)
Media Recording Control Protocol (MRCP)
Text to Speech (TTS) Servers
Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) Servers
Integrated SLT functionality
SS7
RADIUS or TACACS+
Network Security
PAP or CHAP authentication
Local user/password database
DNIS, CLID, call-type preauthentication
Inbound/outbound traffic filtering (including IP, IPX, AppleTalk, bridged traffic)
Network Address Translation (NAT)
Dynamic access lists
SNMPv2, SNMPv3
Virtual Private Networking IP Security (IPSec)
Policy enforcement (RADIUS or TACACS+)
L2TP, Layer 2 Forwarding (L2F), and generic routing encapsulation (GRE) tunnels
Firewall security and intrusion detection
QoS features (committed access rate [CAR], Random Early Detection [RED], IP Precedence, policy-based
routing)
Robbed-bit signaling; Loop Start, Immediate Start, and Wink Start Protocols
Channelized T1
CAS, PRI, E1 R1, E1 R2, leased line, Frame Relay, G.703, G.704
Channelized EI
Sync mode PPP, V.120, V.110 at rates up to 38400 bps
ISDN Protocols Supported
Network- and User-side ISDN
NFAS with backup D-channel
QSIG, Feature Group B, Feature Group D
DoVBS
V.90 or V.92 standard supporting rates of 56000 to 28000 in 1333 bps increments
Modem Protocols
V.92 Modem on Hold
Supported
V.44 Compression
Fax out (transmission) Group 3, standards EIA 2388 Class 2 and EIA 592 Class 2.0, at modulations V.33, V.17, V.29,
V.27ter, and V.21
K56Flex at 56000 to 32000 in 2000 -bps increments
ITU-T V.34 Annex 12 at 33600 and 31200 bps
and many others
Wireless Protocols Supported V.110, V.120
IP Plus and Enterprise Plus feature sets
Full Cisco IOS Support
Console and Auxiliary Ports Asynchronous serial (RJ-45)
Dimensions (H x W x D): 1.75 x 17.5 x 20.5 in.
Chassis
Weight (fully loaded): 22 lbs. (10 kg)
Processor
Memory
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Selected Part Numbers and Ordering Information1
Cisco AS5350 Universal (Data) System Bundles1
AS535-2T1-48-AC
AS535-4T1-96-AC
AS535-8T1-192-AC
AS535-2E1-60-AC
AS535-4E1-120-AC
AS535-8E1-210-AC
AC AS5350; 2T1, 60 ports, IP+ IOS, 48 Data Lic
AC AS5350; 4T1, 108 ports, IP+ IOS, 96 Data Lic
AC AS5350; 8T1, 216 ports, IP+ IOS, 192 Data Lic
AC AS5350; 2E1, 60 ports, IP+ IOS, 60 Data Lic
AC AS5350; 4E1, 120 ports, IP+ IOS, 120 Data Lic
AC AS5350; 8E1,216 ports,240 ISDN ports, IP+ IOS,210 Data Lic
Cisco AS5350 Universal (Voice) System Bundles
AS535-2T1-48-AC-V
AS535-4T1-96-AC-V
AS535-8T1-192-AC-V
AS535-2E1-60-AC-V
AS535-4E1-120-AC-V
AS535-8E1-210-AC-V
AC AS5350 Voice; 2T1, 60 ports, IP+ IOS, 48 Voice Lic
AC AS5350 Voice; 4T1, 108 ports, IP+ IOS, 96 Voice Lic
AC AS5350 Voice; 8T1, 216 ports, IP+ IOS, 192 Voice Lic
AC AS5350 Voice; 2E1, 60 ports, IP+ IOS, 60 Voice Lic
AC AS5350 Voice; 4E1, 120 ports, IP+ IOS, 120 Voice Lic
AC AS5350 Voice; 8E1, 216 ports, IP+ IOS, 210 Voice Lic
Cisco AS5350 Spare Chassis
AS5350-AC=
AS5350-DC=
AC 5350 Chassis with Motherboard, IP Plus IOS, default memory
DC 5350 Chassis with Motherboard, IP Plus IOS, default memory
Cisco AS5350 Software
S535AK9-12310
S535AP-12310
S535CK9-12310
S535CP-12310
Cisco AS5350 Series IOS ENTERPRISE PLUS IPSEC 3DES
Cisco AS5350 Series IOS ENTERPRISE PLUS
Cisco AS5350 Series IOS IP PLUS IPSEC 3DES
Cisco AS5350 Series IOS IP PLUS
Cisco AS5350 Memory Options & Spares
MEM-512M-AS535
AS5350 512MB Main SDRAM upgrade
Cisco AS5350 Spare DFC Boards
AS535-DFC-2CT1=
AS535-DFC-2CE1=
AS535-DFC-4CT1=
AS535-DFC-4CE1=
AS535-DFC-8CT1=
AS535-DFC-8CE1=
AS535-DFC-60NP=
AS535-DFC-108NP=
AS5350 Dual T1/PRI DFC card
AS5350 Dual CE1/PRI DFC card
AS5350 Quad T1/PRI DFC card
AS5350 Quad E1/PRI DFC card
AS5350 Octal T1/PRI DFC card
AS5350 Octal E1/PRI DFC card
AS5350 60 Nextport DFC card
AS5350 108 Universal Port Card
Cisco AS5350 Spare Accessories
AS5350RM-19/24=
AS535-FTA=
AS535-AC-PWR=
AS535-AC-RPS=
AS535-DC-PWR=
AS535-DC-RPS=
AS5350 19/24 Rack Mount Kit, Spare
AS5350 Fan Tray Assembly, Spare
AS5350 AC Power Supply, Spare
AS5350 AC Redundant Power Supply, Spare
AS5350 DC Power Supply, Spare
AS5350 DC Redundant Power Supply, Spare
1. This is only a small subset of all parts available via URL listed under “For More Information.” Some parts have restricted
access or are not available through distribution channels.
For More Information
See the Cisco AS5350 Universal Gateway Web site: http://www.cisco.com/go/as5350
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Cisco AS5400 Series Universal Gateways
Cisco AS5400 Series Universal Gateways offer unparalleled
capacity in only two rack units (2RUs) and provides universal port
data, voice and fax services on any port at any time. High-density (up to 1 CT3), low power
consumption (7.2A at 48 VDC per CT3), and universal port digital signal processors (DSPs)
make Cisco AS5400 Series Universal Gateways ideal for many network deployment
architectures, especially colocation environments and mega points of presence (POPs).
The Cisco AS5400 Series consists of two models, the Cisco AS5400 and the Cisco
AS5400HPX. The gateways share the same architecture; the primary difference is the
processing capability of the two platforms. The Cisco AS5400 offers unparalleled dial
capacity and scalability for MLPPP, L2TP, and V.120 sessions, whereas the Cisco
AS5400HPX provides enhanced performance for processor intensive voice and fax
applications.
Cisco AS5400 Series support a wide range of IP-based value-added services such as
high-volume Internet access, regional/branch-office connectivity, corporate virtual private
networks (VPNs), mobile wireless solutions, long distance for Internet service providers
(ISPs), international wholesale long distance, distributed prepaid calling, Signaling System
7 (SS7) interconnect, and enhanced voice services.
When to Sell
Sell This Product
When a Customer Needs These Features
Cisco AS5400HPX
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Cisco AS5400
High density in a small footprint (16 CT1/CE1 or 1 CT3)
Universal port services (data, voice, fax)
Enhanced performance for processor intensive voice and fax applications
Compact form factor—easy to add capacity as the network grows
Low power per port
High performance async/ISDN/VoIP/wireless
T.38 real-time fax relay, T.37 fax store and forward, fax detection, unified communications
Flexible redundant backhaul methods
Async/ISDN/Wireless data to 1 CT3
Universal port services (data, voice, fax) or voice only services to 16 CT1/CE1
Key Features
• The Industry’s only 2RU, CT3-capable universal gateway on the market with
hot-swappable cards, internal redundant power supply
• Universal Gateway which provides universal port data, voice, and fax services on any
port at any time
• Feature cards: 8 or 16 CT1/CE1 feature cards; 60 or 108 channel Universal Port feature
card; All feature cards and fan trays are hot-swappable
• Redundant 10/100 Ethernet ports and redundant 8 Mbps serial backhaul ports for
Frame Relay, HDLC or PPP WAN Backhaul
• One fast console port for local administrative access; one auxiliary port for remote
administrative access
• Redundant LAN/WAN backhaul ports
• ETSI/NEBS Level 3 compliant
• Redundant AC or DC power supply with dual fans
• Cisco SS7 signaling gateway interoperability
Competitive Products
• 3Com/CommWorks: Total Control C1000
• Alcatel: 7505 Series
• Lucent: Max TNT
• Siemens: HiPath Series
Cisco AS5400 Series Universal Gateways
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Specifications
Processor Type
Cisco AS5400HPX: 390-MHz RISC processor
Cisco AS5400:250-MHz RISC processor
Cisco AS5400HPX: Voice or universal port services - to 648 concurrent calls (to 20T1s/16E1s) or
Calls Supported
Remote access services - to 648 calls (to 1CT3/16E1s)
Cisco AS5400: Voice or universal port services - to 480 concurrent calls (to 20T1s/16E1s) or
Remote access services - to 648 calls (to 1CT3/16E1s)
Cisco AS5400HPX: 512 MB (default), 512 MB (maximum); Cisco AS5400: 256 MB (default), 512 MB (maximum)
SDRAM
16 MB (default) 16 MB (maximum)
Boot Flash
64 MB (default) 64 MB (maximum)
System Flash
Cisco AS5400HPX: 8 MB
Layer 3 Cache
Cisco AS5400:2 MB
Shared input/output (I/O) 128 MB (default) 128 MB (maximum)
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Feature Slots
8 T1/E1/PRI 1 CT3
Trunk Feature Cards
60/180 Universal ports
DSP Feature Card
IP, IPX, AppleTalk, DECnet, ARA, NetBEUI, bridging, HSRP, 802.1Q
LAN Protocols
Frame Relay, PPP, HDLC (leased line)
WAN Protocols
RIP, RIPv2, OSPF, IGRP, EIGRP, BGPv4, IS-IS, AT-EIGRP, IPX-EIGRP, Next Hop Resolution Protocol (NHRP), AppleTalk
Routing Protocols
Update-Based Routing Protocol (AURP)
IP Precedence, Resource Reservation Protocol (RSVP), Weighted Fair Queuing (WFG), Weighted Random Early
QoS Protocols
Detection (WRED), Multichassis Multilink PPP (MMP) fragmentation and interleaving, 802.1P
PPP, Serial Line Internet Protocol (SLIP), TCP Clear, IPXCP, ATCP, ARA, NBFCP, NetBIOS over TCP/IP, NetBEUI over
Access Protocols
PPP, protocol translation (PPP, SLIP, ARA, X.25, TCP, LAT, Telnet), & XRemote
Bandwidth Optimization Multilink PPP (MLPPP), TCP/IP header compression, Bandwidth Allocation Control Protocol (BACP), Bandwidth on
demand, Traffic shaping
G.711, G.723.1 (5.3K and 6.3K), G.726, G.729ab, G.Clear, GSM-FR
Voice Compression
G.168 echo cancellation, programmable up to 128 ms
DSP Voice Features
Transparent transcoding between A-law and mu-law encoding
Voice activity detection, silence suppression, comfort noise, fixed and adaptive jitter buffering
Call progress tone detection and generation—Dial tone, busy, ring-back, congestion, and re-order tones, with local
country variants
Continuity Testing (COT)
DTMF, MF
Voice and Fax Signaling H.323v2, H.323v3, H.323v4, SIP, MGCP 1.0, TGCP 1.0, Voice Extensible Markup Language (VoiceXML), Real-Time
Streaming Protocol (RTSP), Extended Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (ESMTP)
Protocols
T.37 fax store and forward
T.38 real-time fax relay
Fax detection
Fax and modem passthrough
Open Settlements Protocol (OSP)
Media Recording Control Protocol (MRCP)
Text to Speech (TTS) Servers
Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) Servers
Integrated SLT functionality
SS7
RADIUS or TACACS+, PAP or CHAP authentication, local user/password database
Network Security
DNIS, CLID, call-type pre-authentication
Inbound/outbound traffic filtering (including IP, IPX, AppleTalk, bridged traffic)
Network Address Translation (NAT) and Dynamic access lists
SNMPv2, SNMPv3
IP Security (IPSec) and Policy enforcement (RADIUS or TACACS+)
Virtual Private
L2TP, Layer 2 Forwarding (L2F), and generic routing encapsulation (GRE) tunnels
Networking
Firewall security and intrusion detection
Robbed-bit signaling; loop start, immediate start, and wink start protocols
Channelized T1
CAS, E1 R1, E1 R2, leased line, Frame Relay, G.703, G. 704
Channelized E1
Sync mode PPP, V.120, V.110 at rates up to 38400 bps
ISDN Protocols
Network- and User-side ISDN
Supported
DoVBS
QSIG
NFAS with backup D-channel
V.90 or V.92 standard supporting rates of 56000 to 28000 in 1333 bps increments
Modem Protocols
V.92 Modem on Hold, Quick Connect
Supported
V.44 Compression
Fax out (transmission) Group 3, standards EIA 2388 Class 2 and EIA 592 Class 2.0, at modulations V.33, V.17, V.29,
V.27ter, and V.21
K56Flex at 56000 to 32000 in 2000 bps increments
ITU-T V.34 Annex 12 at 33600 and 31200 bps
and many others
V.110, V.120
Wireless Protocol
IP Plus and Enterprise Plus feature sets
Full Cisco IOS Support
Asynchronous serial (RJ-45)
Console and Auxiliary
Ports
Chassis Dimensions
(H x W x D)
Chassis Weight
(fully loaded)
7-8
3.5 x 17.5 x 18.25 in.
35 lb maximum (15.8 kg)
Cisco AS5400 Series Universal Gateways
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For More Information
See the Cisco AS5400 Universal Gateways Web site: http://www.cisco.com/go/as5400
Cisco AS5850 Universal Gateway
The Cisco AS5850 Universal Gateway is a high-density universal
gateway, with carrier-class attributes, offering highest capacity and
high availability in its class. It offers high-availability features such as
hot-swap on all cards, load-sharing and redundant hot-swappable
power supplies, redundant blower for cooling, enhanced redundant
route switch controller (eRSC) cards, and Call Admission Control
(CAC), all part of the carrier class attributes required to provide a
highly available system. Higher capacity configurations, depending
on dial, voice, and fax application types are also supported.
The Cisco AS5850 supports a wide range of IP-based value-added services such as
high-volume Internet access, corporate virtual private networks (VPNs), long distance for
Internet service providers (ISPs), international wholesale long distance, distributed prepaid
calling, Signaling System 7 (SS7) interconnect, and managed voice services such as hosted
IP telephony, managed IP-PBX, multiservice VPNs, and IP contact centers.
Using the rich set of Cisco IOS Software features and Signaling System 7 (SS7)
interconnection, service providers can quickly provision their network for new services to
meet the rapidly changing demands of the communications provider marketplace.
As a highly flexible voice gateway, the Cisco AS5850 supports any coder-decoder
(CODEC) at 100-percent capacity simplifying network engineering. An open
programmable architecture streamlines rapid voice service creation with H.323, Session
Initiation Protocol (SIP) or Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP).
When to Sell
Sell This Product
When a Customer Needs These Features
Cisco AS5850
• Supporting at least 2,688 sessions of data, voice, and fax services on any port at any time using T1, E1,
channelized DS3 and STM-1 trunk interfaces. Larger configurations are supported for dial, MGCP voice, TDM
switching, and simple H.323 or SIP applications.
• Service provider or IP-focused installations
• Highly available single system with multiple redundancy
• Wholesale dial/voice, retail dial/voice, TDM grooming or wireless applications
Key Features
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Hot-swappable redundant power supplies and power feeds
Redundant DSPs and RSC
Router Processor Redundancy+ for high availability
Thermal/Power management and redundant fans
DSP Resource Recovery Feature
Supports H.323v2, H.323v3, H.323v4, SIP and MGCP 1.0
Application-specific support including AOL and Prodigy traffic
WAN optimization including routing filters, snapshot routine, dial-on-demand routing
ASAP
ETSI/NEBS Level 3 compliant
Cisco SS7 signaling gateway interoperability
Stratum-3 clock support
802.1Q/1p VLAN/ISL support
Cisco AS5850 Universal Gateway
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Competitive Products
• 3Com: TC 2000
• Lucent: APX 8000
• Siemens: HiPath Series
• Alcatel: 7505 Series
Specifications
Feature
Cisco AS5850
12 feature board slots
2 eRSC slots
650 MHz Broadcom 1250 Dual Core
Processor Type
5 GBps, Layer 3 / 4 switching
RSC Switch Fabric
1 GB SDRAM with ECC per RSC
Memory
128 MB SDRAM (with parity) per feature card
Single CT3 plus 216 DSP Channel feature card
Trunk Cards
24 CE1/CT1 feature card
Single port Channelized STM-1 feature card
324 Channel DSP-feature card
Universal Port Card
Dual Gigabit load-balanced redundant Ethernet ports with GBIC interfaces for user traffic
Egress Ports
Dual 10/100-Mbps Ethernet port with RJ45 connector for management traffic
IP
LAN Protocols
Port Policy Management and SS7/C7
Service Support
RIP, RIPv2, OSPF, IGRP, EIGRP, BGPv4, IS-IS, Next Hop Resolution Protocol (NHRP)
Routing Protocols
PPP, Serial Line Internet Protocol (SLIP), TCP Clear
Access Protocols
Multilink PPP (MLPPP), TCP/IP header compression, Bandwidth Allocation Control Protocol (BACP), Bandwidth
Bandwidth Optimization
on demand, Nonfacility-associated signaling (NFAS), traffic shaping
RADIUS or TACACS+, PAP or CHAP authentication, local user/password database, DNIS, CLID, call-type
Network Security
pre-authentication, Inbound/outbound traffic filtering (including IP), SNMPv2, SNMPv3
Virtual Private Networking IP Security (IPSec) and Policy enforcement (RADIUS or TACACS+), L2TP, Layer 2 Forwarding (L2F), and generic
routing encapsulation (GRE) tunnels, Firewall security and intrusion detection, IP Precedence, policy-based
routing
PRI, robbed-bit signaling; loop start, immediate start, and wink start protocols, SS7 IMT
Channelized T1
PRI, robbed-bit signaling; loop start, immediate start, and wink start protocols, SS7 IMT
Channelized DS3
CAS, E1 R2, PRI, SS7 IMT
Channelized E1
CAS, E1 R2, PRI, SS7 IMT
Channelized STM-1
Sync mode PPP, V. 120, V. 110 at rates up to 38400
ISDN Protocols
G.711, G.723.1, G.726, G.729ab, G.Clear, GSM-FR
Voice Protocols
H.323v2, H.323v3, H.323v4, SIP, MGCP 1.0
ECAN up to 128ms
T.38 real-time fax relay
Fax detection
Fax and modem passthrough
V.90 or V.92 standard supporting rates of 56000 to 28000 in 1333-bps increments
Modem Protocols
V.44 supporting increased throughput by more than 100 percent for Internet browsing
Fax out (transmission) Group 3, standards EIA 2388 Class 2 and EIA 592 Class 2.0, at modulations V.33, V.17, V.29,
V.27ter, and V.21
K56Flex at 56000 to 32000 in 2000-bps increments
ITU-T V.34 Annex 12 at 33600 and 31200 bps
and more
Sync mode PPP, V.120, V.110 at rates up to 38400 bps
ISDN Protocols
V.110
Wireless Protocol
Asynchronous serial (RJ-45)
Console
24.5 x 17.5 x 24 in.
Chassis Dimensions
Slots
(HxWxD)
Chassis Weight
220 lb (100 kg)
For More Information
See the Cisco AS5850 Web site: http://www.cisco.com/go/AS5850
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SS7 Signaling & Softswitch Products
Cisco PGW 2200 Softswitch
The Cisco PGW 2200 provides the signaling and call control functionality that enables
service providers (SPs) to bridge the boundary between the legacy PSTN and today's new
world packet networks. Combined with Cisco’s award winning media gateways, the PGW
2200 is the catalyst for PSTN Gateway solutions enabling dial offload, transit, business
voice, H.323 and SIP based applications. The PGW 2200 leverages its protocol library of
90+ SS7/C7 variants to enable interconnect worldwide. In signaling mode the PGW adds
SS7/C7 to the AS5X00 gateways, giving service providers around the world a proven
cost-saving and reliable solution for connecting VoIP and Internet Dial Access solutions to
the PSTN. SS7 signaling allows service providers to enter into new markets, optimize their
networks for both voice and data traffic, and save drastically on monthly interconnect fees.
Key Features:
• Peer-to-peer Interconnect with the PSTN via SS7/C7
• SS7/C7 support for carrier-class Cisco AS5x00 network access servers and voice
gateways
• Flexible, distributed architecture that scales to meet customer requirements
• Calling-party analysis (A-number analysis)
• Called-party number analysis (B-number analysis)
• ANI- or CLI-based number screening with on-board database
• Overload control; Automatic congestion control (ACC)
• Advice of charge (AOC)
• E.164 and North American numbering plan (NANP) support
• Over-decadic digits
• Toll-free/800 number calls
For More Information
See PGW 2200 Web site:
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/vcallcon/ps2027/index.html
Cisco BTS 10200 Softswitch
The Cisco BTS 10200 Softswitch offers tremendous flexibility to service providers who
want to deploy local and transit services and facilitates cost reduction through grooming.
The standards-based Cisco BTS 10200 Softswitch enables new, innovative, easily
differentiated services for a fortified broadband services offering. Services can be quickly
deployed, and time-consuming and costly upgrades to each transport element are not
required-the Cisco BTS 10200 Softswitch extracts and centralizes the call-control and
service applications from the transport network. In addition to telecommunications services,
service providers can offer a wider range of other business and residential services,
including multiservice VPNs, Web hosting, and Internet access.
Leveraging the power of packet networks while seamlessly operating with legacy circuit
switched infrastructures, the Cisco BTS 10200 Softswitch empowers service providers and
carriers to gracefully transition to packet-based technology. Implementing the Cisco BTS
10200 Softswitch ensures rapid service deployment, carrier-grade reliability, service
flexibility, scalability to millions of subscribers, and cost savings through investment
optimization and operational
SS7 Signaling & Softswitch Products
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When to Sell
Sell This Product
When a Customer Needs These Features
Cisco BTS 10200
Softswitch
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Cable operators
Startup local services carriers
Resellers moving to facilities-based services
Facilities-based competitive local exchange carriers (CLECs)
Fixed-wireless carriers
Key Features
• Comprehensive industry-standard protocol support
• Carrier-grade reliability with Network Equipment Building Systems (NEBS)
compliance and redundant platform components
• Interoperable with numerous commercial feature servers
• Feature server architecture, which provides an open protocol
• Streamlined maintenance, provisioning, and service activation
• Integrated access device and IP Phone support
• GUI and CLI
• Comprehensive reporting features, including billing records
• Network scalability through deployment of multiple, centrally managed call agents
For More Information
See Cisco BTS 10200 Softswitch Web site:
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/vcallcon/ps531/index.html
Cisco uBR7100 Series Universal Broadband
Router
The Cisco uBR7100 Series is a complete, compact,
easy-to-use product that enables cost-effective, high-speed
Internet access in the hospitality multidwelling (MDU) and
multi-tenant (MTU) market space using the coaxial cable already in a building. The product
requires exceptionally low capital investment and minimal setup time to provide online
Internet access and support residential voice services. For Tier 2 or Tier 3 cable operators,
it is the industry’s most cost-effective, feature-rich CMTS and integrated router. The Cisco
uBR7111 and Cisco uBR7114 models are CableLabs qualified to DOCSIS 1.0 and 1.1
specifications. The Cisco uBR7111E and Cisco uBR7114E models are tComLabs qualified
to EuroDOCSIS 1.0 and 1.1 specifications. Includes support for DSG. The Cisco uBR7111
and Cisco uBR7111E contain one downstream port and one upstream port. The Cisco
uBR7114 and Cisco uBR7114E contain one downstream port and four upstream ports. All
models support bidirectional or telco-return traffic.
When to Sell
Sell This Product
When a Customer Needs These Features
Cisco uBR7100 Series
• For MxU customers: the Cisco uBR7100 Series enables high-value Internet and residential voice services over
a DOCSIS or EuroDOCSIS cable infrastructure
• For cable operators: the multi-tenant/dwelling unit (MxU) market represents an untapped opportunity to
expand broadband cable service. Given the small subscriber base of a typical MxU setting, the challenge has
been to deliver robust services quickly and cost-effectively for an accelerated break-even point and a quicker
return on investment—enabled by the Cisco uBR7100 Series
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Key Features
• Complete package that includes a full Layer 3 router and CMTS with an integrated
upconverter, and embedded Network Interface, and configuration tools to provision
hosts, cable modems, and set top boxes
• Standards-based: DOCSIS and EuroDOCSIS
• Reliable operation to ensure the system remains online
• Uses Cisco IOS Software
Specifications
Feature
Cisco uBR7111 and uBR7114
Cisco uBR7111E and uBR7114E
Memory
Line Card with
Integrated Upconverter
(Cable Plant Interface)
Flash: 48 MB; System: 128 MB
uBR7111: 1 downstream and 1 upstream
uBR7114: 2 downstream and 4 upstreams
Integrated
Upconverter
DOCSIS Annex B, 6 MHz
High level output: =+61dBmV, 55 to 858 MHz
Optimized for 64 and 256 QAM
Flash: 48 MB; System: 128 MB
uBR7111E: 1 downstream and
1 upstream
uBR7114E: 2 downstream and
4 upstreams
DOCSIS Annex A, 8 MHz,
High level output:
= +61 dBmV, 55 to 858 MHz
Optimized for 64 and 256 QAM
Same as Cisco uBR7111 and Cisco uBR7114
12.1(7)EC minimum
Single; 100 to 240 VAC input voltage
Power Options
Recommended Minimum 12.1(19)EC1 or later
Cisco IOS Software Release
Embedded dual 10/100 BaseT Ethernet (TX FE) provided;
Same as Cisco uBR7111 and Cisco uBR7114
Port Adapter (WAN or
supports one additional PA that includes: Ethernet, Serial, ATM,
backbone Interface)
and POS.
For More Information
See the Cisco uBR7100 series Web site:
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/cable/ps2211/index.html
Cisco uBR7246VXR Universal Broadband Router
The Cisco uBR7246VXR Universal Broadband Router, a member of the
Cisco uBR7200 Series, provides a single, Layer 3 routing, multiservice,
scalable platform that gives cable companies the ability to deliver IP data, voice and video
services to DOCSIS or Euro-DOCSIS-compliant cable modems and set-top boxes. The
Cisco uBR7246VXR is CableLabs qualified to PacketCable 1.0, DOCSIS 1.0 and 1.1
specifications. The Cisco uBR7246VXR is tComLabs qualified to Euro-DOCSIS 1.0, 1.1,
and 2.0 (ATDMA-only) specifications. The product also supports DSG.
When to Sell
Sell This Product
Cisco uBR7246VXR
When a Customer Needs These Features
DOCSIS-qualified, modular design that easily scales from small to large subscriber bases
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Flexible port expansion for multiservice deployment options
Service support of up to 10,000 subscribers per chassis with 3.2 Gbps back plane1
Powerful processor and edge intelligence; Field proven and carrier class reliability
Support for multimedia services
High tolerance to HFC network/spectrum noise
1. Numbers are for reference only. Actual numbers for specific systems will vary depending on network/service loading,
traffic, and other parameters
Key Features
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Modular design—1,000- 10,000 subscribers per chassis
Five 9’s availability for low cost maintenance
Advanced PHY
ATDMA / DOCSIS compliant
Euro-DOCSIS 2.0 and DOCSIS 1.1 qualified
Powerful Layer 3 routing intelligence and sophistication
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Specifications
Feature
Cisco uBR7246VXR
4
Cable Line Cards and
Number of Slots
uBR7200 Series MC28U, MC28X, MC16U, and MC16X Broadband Processing Engines
Supported cable line
uBR-MC14C, MC16C, MC16E, MC16S and MC28C Universal Broadband Router line cards
cards (Cable Plant
Interfaces)
2
Port Adapter Slots
(LAN/WAN interfaces)
Supported PA categories Ethernet
Power Supply Shots
Power Supply Option
Input/Output (I/O)
controller
Serial
HSSI
ATM
POS
DPT
2
AC; Dual AC; DC; Dual DC
uBR7200-I/O
uBR7200-I/O-FE
uBR7200-I/O-2FE/E
Flash disk (48 MB)
Flash disk (128 MB)
I/O flash options for
PCMCIA slots
uBR7200-NPE-G1 and NPE-400
Network processing
engines (NPE)
Add-on processor memory SDRAM (128 MB, 256 MB) for NPE-225 only
1 GB, 512 MB, 128 MB for uBR7200-NPE-G1
options
Router Bandwidth
3.2 Gbps
For More Information
See the uBR7200 Web site:
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/cable/ps2217/index.html
Cisco uBR10012 Universal Broadband Router
The Cisco uBR10012 Universal Broadband Router addresses the volume,
capacity, and complexity of large cable headends or distribution hubs. The
Cisco uBR10012 delivers the highest level of service availability and capacity
of any production CMTS available today. It employs a mix of distributed,
centralized, and parallel processing to enable consistently high, real-world
performance. The Cisco uBR10012 is CableLabs qualified to PacketCable 1.0,
DOCSIS 1.0 and 1.1 specifications. The product is also tComLabs qualified to
EuroDOCSIS 1.0 and 1.1 specifications. The product further supports DSG.
When to Sell
Sell This Product
Cisco uBR10012
When a Customer Needs These Features
• Large subscriber bases
• Edge routing or aggregation of DOCSIS traffic
• High-end throughput, capacity, and service handling
• Advanced multimedia service delivery
• Sophisticated Layer 3 routing intelligence
• Complex network interface configurations
Key Features
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Highest density and capacity: 5,000 - 64,000 subscribers
Powerful process and throughput
Five 9’s availability
GE line rate -> OC-48
Scalable performance
ATDMA / DOCSIS 2.0
Advanced intelligence features
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Specifications
Feature
Modular Slots
Cisco uBR10012
8 slots for cable line cards
4 slots for LAN/WAN interfaces
2 slots for Performance Routing Engines (PREs)
2 slots for Timing Communication and Control Plus (TCC+) modules
Cable line cards that include Cisco 5X20U BPE
Timing, Communications, and Control Plus (TCC+) card
Gigabit Ethernet (GE) network uplink card and OC-48 DPT Interface
Parallel Express Forwarding (PXF)
48 MB (default); 128 MB (maximum)
512 DRAM (default)
Minimum software requirement: Cisco IOS Software Release 12.2(11)BC1 minimum for the Cisco 5X20
BPE, Cisco IOS Software Release 12.2(13)BC minimum for the Cisco OC-48 DPT Interface, Cisco IOS
Software Release 12.3(9)BC minimum to support DSG and the Cisco PRE-2
DC, AC
Yes
51.2 Gbps
Height: 31.25 in. (79.4 cm)—18 rack units (RU)
Width: 17.2 in. (43.7 cm)
Depth: 22.75 in. (57.8)
Mounting: 19 in. rack mountable (front or rear), 2 units per 7 ft. rack
Note: Mounting in 23 in. racks is possible with optional third-party hardware
Weight: 235 lb (106.6 kg) fully configured chassis
Supported Cards
Processor Type
Flash Memory
DRAM Memory
Software Supported
Power Supply
Hot-Swappable
Backplane Capacity
Physical Dimensions
(H x W x D)
Weight
For More Information
See the Cisco uBR10012 Web site:
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/cable/ps2209/index.html
Cisco uBR 3x10 RF Switch
The Cisco uBR 3x10 RF Switch works with the Cisco uBR10002 and
uBR7246VXR universal broadband routers to provide a fully redundant
CMTS. The Cisco uBR 3x10 RF Switch accommodates three downstream
switch modules and 10 upstream modules.
When to Sell
Sell This Product
Cisco uBR 3x10 RF
Switch
When a Customer Needs These Features
• Carrier class N+1 network and service architecture
• High density HA service support
• Scalability to tens of thousands of subscribers
Key Features
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Hot swap capability that eliminates downtime for RF paths
Support of DOCSIS, Euro-DOCSIS and PacketCable RF performance specifications
Most comprehensive set of high availability features
Modular upstream and downstream capacity
Fully passive working path
Active components only in protect path
Position-sensing latching relays
Unmatched port density and flexibility
N+1 redundancy
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Specifications
Feature
Input Power Requirements
Environmental
Unit Control
Connectors
Reliability
Physical
RF requirements
Cisco RF Switches
• AC: 100 to 240 VAC, 50 or 60 Hz, operating range: 90 to 254 VAC
• DC: -48 to -60 VDC, operating range: -40.5 to –72 VDC, 200 mVpp ripple/noise
• Operational temperature range: 0 to +40°C
• Operating temperature range: -5 to +55°C
• 10BaseT Ethernet—SNMP
• Switching time from active (working) to standby (protect): 150 mS maximum
after SNMP command
• RF connectors: MCX
• AC power: IEC320 type
• DC power: Three terminal block
• Ethernet: RJ-45
• RS-232 Bus: 9-pin male D
• 41,000 MTBF @ +50°C as calculated by Bellcore 5, 80 percent confidence factor
• Dimensions (H x W x D): 19 x 15.5 x 5.25 in. (48.2 x 384 x 132 cm)
• Weight: 36 lbs (16.4 kg)
• Input/output impedance: 75 ohms
• Maximum RF input power: +15 dBm (63.75 dBmV)
• Switch type: Electro-mechanical, absorptive for working path, non-absorptive
on the protect path
• Switch setting time per switch module: 20 ms maximum
• Downstream frequency range: 54 to 860 MHz
• Typical downstream insertion loss: +/-1.1 dB from CMTS to cable plant;
+/- 2.1 dB from protect to cable plant; 5.5 dB from working to output; 8.0 dB
from protect to output
• Downstream insertion loss flatness: +/- 1.1 dB from CMTS to cable plant;
+/- 2.1 dB from protect to cable plant
• Downstream output return loss: >15.0dB at <450 MHz, > 12.0 dB at >= 450 MHz
• Downstream input return loss: >15.0 dB
• Downstream isolation: > 60 dB from channel to channel in working mode;
> 52 dB from CMTS to protect when in protect mode
• Upstream frequency range: 5 to 70 MHz
• Typical upstream insertion loss: 4.1 dB from cable plant to CMTS;
5.2 dB from cable plant to protect
• Upstream insertion loss flatness: +/- 0.4 dB from cable plant to CMTS,
+/- 0.6 dB from cable plant to protect
• Upstream input return loss:> 16 dB
• Upstream isolation: > 60 dB from channel to channel in working mode;
> 60 dB from CMTS to protect when in protect mode
• Protect mode: CMTS return loss >10 dB, cable plant return loss: >10dB
For More Information
See the Cisco uBR 3x10 RF Switch Web site:
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/cable/ps2929/index.html
Broadband Cable—Customer Premise Equipment (CPE)1
Cisco uBR905 Series Cable Access Router
The Cisco uBR905 Cable Access Router provides commercial
services for cable operators, allowing them to expand their
broadband service offerings and support IP data transmission over
a cable plant. The Cisco uBR905 offers hardware-accelerated IPSec VPN support.
1. Cisco VoIP Residential CPE Partner Program—To help drive deployment of residential VoIP services to market, Cisco offers
a program that identifies low-cost residential VoIP modems that have passed interoperability testing with Cisco. Cable
service providers should contact their sales representatives for vendors, models, pricing and volume discount
opportunities.
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When to Sell
Sell This Product
Cisco uBR905 Cable
Access Router
When a Customer Needs These Features
• Data-only broadband services (or voice separately via Ethernet)
• High-speed, secure remote tunneling via hardware accelerated IPSec VPN
Key Features
• Integrated high-speed cable modem and Layer 3 router that operates with any DOCSIS
1.1 or DOCSIS 1.0-compliant CMTS; Cisco uBR905 is DOCSIS 1.1-ready
• Integrated Cisco IOS Software router, cable modem, and four-port Ethernet hub that
offers advanced networking capabilities and investment protection
Specifications
Feature
Ports
Routing Features
Security Features
Voice Support
Cisco uBR905
4-port 10Base-T Ethernet hub
1-port console
1-port CATV (Female F Connector)
NAT/PAT, DHCP Server
56-bit IPSec
3DES IPSec optional
IPSec hardware acceleration
Firewall optional
No
For More Information
See the uBR900 series Web site: http://www.cisco.com/go/ubr900
Video Edge QAM Equipment
Cisco uMG9820 QAM Gateway
The Cisco uMG9820 QAM Gateway is a high-density, Gigabit Ethernet-optimized video
QAM product that offers nonstop high-performance operation for VoD services. The Cisco
uMG9820 QAM Gateway performs as the IP-to-MPEG-2 gateway between the Gigabit
Ethernet transport network and the HFC cable network. The modular design of the Cisco
uMG9820 QAM Gateway offers an initial base configuration of 8 QAM channels and scales
to a maximum of 24 QAM channels in a single-rack-unit chassis. The product accepts full
line-rate Gigabit Ethernet video transport feeds, providing 100% efficiency. Customers no
longer need to daisy-chain QAM devices, eliminating the single point of failure present in
the first QAM device in the chain. The Cisco uMG9820 QAM Gateway lowers
headend/distribution hub capital expenditures and increases resiliency by reducing
switching costs inherent in other QAM devices with lower densities.
When to Sell
Sell This Product
Cisco uMG9820 QAM
Gateway
When a Customer Needs These Features
• Cost-effective, high-density, and scalable QAM product for North American digital video
service deployments
• Reduced VoD costs—Cisco uMG9820 accepts full line-rate Gigabit Ethernet transport feeds
from video servers, eliminating the need to cascade multiple QAM devices
• Flexible expansion—Easy for customers to add more QAM channels as VoD service grows
and allows customers to purchase spare components, rather than an entire
fixed-configuration system
• High-availability features allow hot-swappable installation of QAM modules on active
systems in operation.
Video Edge QAM Equipment
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Remote Cable Access—Network Management Products
Cisco Broadband Troubleshooter
Cisco Broadband Troubleshooter is an easy-to-use tool that gives network administrators
and technicians a Graphical User Interface (GUI) that streamlines RF problem resolution.
The tool dynamically monitors RF characteristics on a per modem or per upstream basis,
provides a measurement interface for the upstream that looks and feels like a spectrum
analyzer, decentralizes RF monitoring and analysis, and automatically sorts and categorizes
RF problem conditions. The product provides a fault-analysis tool that enables network
managers and RF technicians to quickly and easily isolate performance, cable plant, and CM
problems. On-demand and scheduled diagnostics can be issued.
Cisco Broadband Troubleshooter automates reporting and expert analysis of the measured
RF statistics. Diagnostics are available from both customer-account and network-event
perspectives. The product allows a technician to characterize upstream and downstream
trouble patterns and quickly identify “flapping” CPE devices that are experiencing
persistent connectivity problems. Operators can quickly discern CPE connectivity
impairments by identifying noise, attenuation, provisioning, and packet-corruption issues.
For More Information
See the Cisco Broadband Troubleshooter Web site:
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/netmgtsw/ps530/index.html
Cisco Broadband Configurator
Cisco Broadband Configurator is an easy-to-navigate, Java-based application that
simplifies the creation and maintenance of configuration files for PacketCable 1.0 media
terminal adapters (MTAs) and DOCSIS 1.0 and 1.1 cable modems. The product provides a
simple-to-use, forms-based approach that leads cable operators through the process of
configuring or editing values of a configuration file. These values include RF parameters,
vendor information, DOCSIS 1.0 class of service, DOCSIS 1.1 service flow or Service Flow
Identifiers (SFIDs), Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) values, DOCSIS 1.0
baseline privacy (BPI), DOCSIS 1.1 BPI+, as well as customer premises equipment (CPE)
data.
For More Information
See the Cisco Broadband Configurator Web site:
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/netmgtsw/ps819/index.html
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Cisco Cable Diagnostic Manager
Cisco Cable Diagnostic Manager is an automated, web-based tool that enables customer
service representatives (CSRs) to quickly diagnose problems with DOCSIS networks, better
handle subscriber inquiries, and improve the routing of trouble tickets. The tool provides
first-line CSR troubleshooting and support. Cisco Cable Diagnostic Manager enables a
CSR to quickly identify to a customer reporting a problem with their cable modem service
if the problem resides with the cable modem (CM), set top box (STB), hybrid fiber coax
(HFC) cable plant segment, the CMTS, or a provisioning server. The CSR simply enters a
customer identifier such as the customer’s phone number, assigned IP address, or cable
modem media access control (MAC) address to obtain relevant information.
Cisco Cable Diagnostic Manager uses Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP),
DOCSIS, and Cisco-extension management information bases (MIBs) to retrieve real-time
information from the CMTS and CM or STB. The product uses scripts to poll subscriber and
provisioning information from appropriate databases. Gathered information is presented
using color-coding to help CSRs identify problems at-a-glance. CSRs can then know how
to route problems appropriately.
For More Information
See the Cisco Cable Diagnostic Manager Web site:
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/netmgtsw/ps3825/index.html
DSL Remote Access—Customer Premise Equipment (CPE)
Cisco offers the industry’s broadest array of business-class DSL (G.SHDSL and ADSL)
CPE solutions, from Enterprise to branch office, to Small Office/Home Office (SOHO)
applications. Cisco’s CPE solutions offer the choice of key features including Firewall,
VPN, and Voice-over DSL support. And, Cisco’s industry leading IOS-based capabilities
enable QoS, policy management, and standardized set-up and configuration. Cisco CPE
Products include:
• Cisco SOHO Series Ethernet, ADSL over ISDN, ADSL and G.SHDSL Routers (page
1-8)
• Cisco 800 Series Routers (page 1-9)
• ADSL and G.SHDSL WAN Interface Cards (WICs) for 1700, 1800, 2600XM, 2800 and
3800 Series (see Chapter 1: Routing)
Note
Refer to Chapter 1: Routing section for easy-to-order xDSL
bundles.
DSL Remote Access—Customer Premise Equipment (CPE)
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Broadband Services Aggregation
The Cisco broadband aggregation portfolio includes the Cisco 7200 Series Router, the Cisco
7301 Series Internet Router, and the Cisco 10000 Series Internet Router. This portfolio
covers all possible broadband aggregation markets. The Cisco 10000 Series routers is a
carrier class broadband aggregation router designed to provide high-density,
high-performance services while maintaining the high-availability standards of large-scale
carrier deployments. The Cisco 7200 and Cisco Series routers cover the ISP and retail space
by providing a dense, feature-rich platform but only taking a small footprint in the network.
• Cisco 7301: Highest Density PPP aggregation per rack-unit
• Cisco 7200: Most versatile platform
• Cisco 10000: Highest availability on a carrier-class integrated edge router
With this portfolio, Cisco can address the broadest set of requirements in terms of form
factor, density, performance and scale, and offer customers a unique level of choice, with
products optimized for any customer deployment.
Cisco 7200 Series
When ordered with the Cisco IOS 7200 Series Broadband User Services License (part
number FR-BUS72), the 7200 delivers scaled PPP, RBE, and L2TP sessions and tunnels in
addition to rich IP services. It enables service providers to provision broadband Internet
access and supports all of the popular access technologies deployed today, including DSL,
Cable, Wireless, and Dial Access. It is ideal for low- to medium-density applications and is
capable of handling up to 16000 subscribers in a single chassis. The 7200 is a modular
platform with a choice of processing engines and a wide variety of WAN and LAN port
adapters, including T1/E1, DS3, OC-3, Fast Ethernet, and Gigabit Ethernet. See page 1-36
for more information on the 7200 series.
Cisco 7301 Series
When ordered as 7301-BB-8K and 7301-BB-16K (16K License) the Cisco 7301 Series
Router provides a compact, high-performance single-rack-unit (1RU) router coupled with
a broad set of interfaces and Cisco IOS® Software features, which makes it ideal for
Broadband applications. The Cisco is capable of handling up to 16,000 simultaneous
sessions and allowing for a pay-as-you-grow “rack and stack” architecture.
Cisco 10000 Series
The Cisco 10000 is the industry’s only integrated edge router that delivers highly available,
line-rate performance without compromises for service providers deploying advanced IP
services to broadband, leased line, ATM, and Frame Relay customers. With 99.999 percent
uptime, the platform delivers high-performance broadband features including support for
61,500 broadband subscribers, hardware-accelerated PPP over Ethernet and PPP over ATM,
routed bridge encapsulation and 1483 routing. New to the Cisco 10000 is support for
Ethernet 802.1Q VLANs and QinQ further broadening the spectrum of encapsulations. See
page 1-45 for more information on the 10000 series.
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ATM Multiservice WAN Switching
Cisco BPX 8600 Series—Advanced ATM Multiservice Switches
The Cisco BPX 8600 series is an ATM switch with advanced IP and ATM capabilities.
Designed to meet the demanding, high-traffic needs of a public service provider or large
private enterprise, the BPX switch delivers high-performance ATM switching, multiservice
adaptation and aggregation for all types of user traffic. Proven in the world's largest ATM
and Frame Relay networks, the BPX 8600 enables service providers and large enterprises
to meet skyrocketing network demands.
The Cisco BPX 8600 series switch offers up to 20 Gbps of high-throughput switching for
multiple traffic types data, voice, and video and supports a wide range of interfaces, from
Frame Relay to full broadband subscriber interfaces, up to 622 Mbps with a connection to
an Edge Concentrator. You can offer multiple services for LAN, X.25, SNA, IP, Frame
Relay, and ATM traffic from a single BPX platform. The Cisco BPX 8600 series supports
multiprotocol label switching (MPLS).
For More Information
See the Cisco BPX Web site: http://www.cisco.com/go/bpx
Cisco MGX 8850 ATM Multiservice Switch
The Cisco MGX 8850 ATM Multiservice Switch enables delivery of a complete portfolio
of service offerings while scaling from DS0 to OC-48c/STM-16 speeds. It enables service
providers to be first to market with high-margin voice and data services while maintaining
existing services. The MGX 8850 universal chassis provides a unified ATM architecture
that delivers a complete portfolio of differentiated services —from circuit emulation to IP
VPNs—all with a single chassis, to enable service providers to easily add new services.
The Cisco MGX 8850 can function in three different modes of operation:
• PXM-1 configuration—Operates as a stand-alone device for narrowband services, or
as an integrated edge concentrator for the Cisco BPX 8600 series or the Cisco MGX
8850 PXM-45
• PXM-1E configuration-Operates as a stand alone switch for low density narrowband
services, it includes a 1.2 Gbps switch card and PNNI routing
• PXM-45 configuration—Serves as a broadband edge switch and includes the 45 Gbps
switch card and broadband ATM modules. The PXM-45 configuration also supports
standards-based PNNI routing.
Key Features
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Flexible ATM multiservice platform
Highly scalable—from 1.2 to 45 Gbps of non-blocking throughput in single chassis
Highest reliability, availability, and serviceability in the industry
IP VPNs using Cisco IOS software-based Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS)
Market-leading Frame Relay capabilities, with price-per-port leadership and advanced
QoS
High-density Point-to-Point protocol (PPP) for Internet access and aggregation
Full-featured narrowband ATM for managed data, voice, and video services; high-density
broadband ATM for wholesale ATM services
Circuit Emulation for Private Line replacement
Highly scalable packet voice gateway providing VoIP, VoATM(AAL1 & AAL2), ATM
SVCs, and Onboard MPLS
ATM Multiservice WAN Switching
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For More Information
See the Cisco MGX 8850 Web site: http://www.cisco.com/go/mgx8850
Cisco MGX 8830 ATM Multiservice Switch
The Cisco MGX 8830 Advanced ATM Multiservice Switch extends a full suite of
narrowband interfaces and broadband trunking to remote sites with low density and high
service mix requirements, using PNNI and MPLS are used for flexible network and services
evolution. The Cisco MGX 8830 has a switching capacity of up to 1.2 Gbps and acts as a
standalone switch. It offers a full range of service interfaces.
For More Information
See the Cisco MGX 8830 Series Web site: http://www.cisco.com/go/mgx8830
Cisco Long Reach Ethernet Solution
Cisco LRE enables the transport of symmetrical, bi-directional data
over unshielded, copper twisted-pair telephone wires originally
intended for the frequency bands used for traditional telephone voice services (300 Hz and
3.4 KHz). The system employs Frequency Division Duplexing (FDD) to separate the
downstream channel, the upstream channel, and POTS, ISDN, or PBX signaling services in
the frequency domain. This enables users to overlay LRE on existing POTS, ISDN, or
analog PBX signaling services without disruption, extending intelligent Ethernet services at
distances of up to 5000 over existing phone or legacy wiring. Both LRE and
POTS/ISDN/analog PBX services may be transmitted over the same line without interfering
with each other.
The Cisco 2950 LRE solution includes the Cisco Catalyst® 2950 LRE switches, the Cisco
575 and 585 LRE Customer Premise Equipment (CPE) devices, and the Cisco LRE POTS
Splitter. Each LRE link is terminated with either the Cisco 575 or 585 LRE CPEs, and a
POTS splitter is required when POTS traffic coexists with the LRE link over the same line.
Catalyst 2950 LRE Series Intelligent Ethernet Switches
The Cisco Catalyst® 2950 LRE switches are fixed-configuration, stackable models that
provide wire-speed LRE and Gigabit Ethernet connectivity for small and midsized
networks. The Catalyst 2950 Series is an affordable product line that brings enhanced
security, high availability and advanced quality of service (QoS), to the network edge-while
maintaining the simplicity of traditional LAN switching. When a Catalyst 2950 LRE switch
is combined with a Catalyst 3550 Series switch, the solution can enable IP routing from the
edge to the core of the network. Embedded in Catalyst 2950 Series switches is the Cisco
Cluster Management Suite (CMS) Software, which allows users to simultaneously
configure and troubleshoot multiple Catalyst desktop switches using a standard Web
browser. In addition to CMS, Cisco Catalyst 2950 LRE switches provide extensive
management tools using Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) network
management platforms such as CiscoWorks for Switched Internetworks.
The two built-in Gigabit Ethernet SFP ports support 1000BASE-SX and 1000BASE-LX
modules. The dual SFP-based and copper Gigabit Ethernet implementation provides
customers with tremendous deployment flexibility-allowing customers increased
availability with the redundant uplinks. High levels of stack resiliency can also be
implemented by deploying dual redundant Gigabit Ethernet uplinks and UplinkFast
technologies for high-speed uplink and stack interconnection failover, and Per VLAN
Spanning Tree Plus (PVST+) for uplink load balancing.
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Cisco 575 and 585 LRE CPE Devices
Each LRE port is terminated in the room with either the Cisco 575 or 585 LRE Customer
Premise Equipment (CPE) devices. These compact devices bridge LRE and Ethernet. The
575 CPE has one RJ-45 Ethernet connection and two RJ-11 connectors—one for the wall
and one for a telephone. The 585 CPE has four RJ-45 switched Ethernet connections and
two RJ-11 connectors and supports 802.1p QoS so that voice and video traffic are prioritized
over normal data traffic. Both the Cisco 575 and 585 LRE CPE device can be mounted on
or under a desk, or on a wall. They ship with a mount lock-in mechanism and clip-on
Ethernet cable guard to discourage theft. It supports voice (Plain Old Telephone
Service—POTS) traffic-including ISDN or digital phones-that coexists over the same LRE
line by splitting LRE and POTS traffic at the CPE device.
Cisco LRE 48 POTS Splitter
The Cisco LRE 48 POTS Splitter is a high-density, low-cost device that is ideal for building
deployments where the PBX system is on-site and POTS traffic must coexist over the same
copper wiring as LRE traffic. Unlike “splitterless” building broadband network solutions,
the Cisco LRE 48 POTS Splitter ships as a separate, compact form factor to ensure that
POTS service is separate, and never compromised by LRE switch reconfigurations or
downtime.
The Cisco LRE 48 POTS Splitter supports 48 ports in a 1RU form factor. Each splitter has
six RJ-21 connectors-two each for connectivity to the patch panel, the LRE switch(es), and
the on-site PBX system.
Key Features
• Performance—Delivers 2-15 Mbps symmetric over existing category 1/2/3 wiring at
distances up to 5000 feet. Rate Selection feature automates the process of selecting a
data rate for a line for ease of installation and increased robustness.
• Powerful Gigabit Ethernet uplink options—1000BaseT and SFP ports
• Superior control through intelligent services—advanced quality of service and security
based on Layer 2 through Layer 4 parameters.
• Multicast support—Multicast VLAN Registration (MVR) and IGMPv3 Snooping.
• Enhanced Cisco IOS Services
• Network Management—Cisco Switch Clustering technology and the advanced,
Web-based Cisco Cluster Management Suite (CMS) software deliver easy-to-use
configuration and ongoing monitoring and management of up to 16 switches. This
software is embedded in the switches and delivers remote management of clustered
switches and connected CPE devices through a single IP address
Competitive Products
• Paradyne Networks: BitStorm solution (Etherloop) and ReachDSL
products
• Tut Systems: IntelliPOP VDSL
• Huawei: Quidway s3026v
Specifications
Feature
Cisco 2950ST 24 LRE
Cisco 2950ST 8 LRE
Fixed Ports
24 LRE ports + 2 10/100/1000BASE-T ports + 2 Small
Form-Factor Pluggable (SFP) ports (two of the four
uplinks active at one time)
8.8 Gbps
3.5 Mpps
250 port based VLANs or ISL/802.1Q trunks
Yes
8 LRE ports + 2 10/100/1000BASE-T ports + 2 SFP
ports (two of the four uplinks active at one time)
Backplane
Forwarding Rate
VLAN Maximum
FEC
Same as Cisco 2950ST 24 LRE
3.2 Mpps
Same as Cisco 2950ST 24 LRE
Same as Cisco 2950ST 24 LRE
Cisco Long Reach Ethernet Solution
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Feature
Cisco 2950ST 24 LRE
Cisco 2950ST 8 LRE
802.1Q
Multicast
QoS
Yes
IGMPv3 Snooping, IGMP Throttling
802.1 p, 4 egress queues, WRR, Layer 3 and 4
services
SNMP, Telnet, RMON, CW2000, CLI-based
out-of-band, embedded Cisco Cluster Management
Suite (CMS), Web-based interface
84 MB (Flash); 32 MB (CPU DRAM)
History, Events, Alarms, Statistics
1.75” (44.5 mm) x 17.5” (444.5 mm) x 9.7” (246.6 mm)
Same as Cisco 2950ST 24 LRE
Same as Cisco 2950ST 24 LRE
Same as Cisco 2950ST 24 LRE
Management Capabilities
Memory
Embedded RMON
Dimensions (HxWxD)
Same as Cisco 2950ST 24 LRE
Same as Cisco 2950ST 24 LRE
Same as Cisco 2950ST 24 LRE
Same as Cisco 2950ST 24 LRE
Selected Part Numbers and Ordering Information1
Catalyst 2950 LRE Series Switches1
WS-C2950ST-24-LRE
WS-C2950ST-8-LRE
Catalyst 2950 LRE switch: 24-port LRE + 2 10/100/1000BASE-T ports + 2 SFP ports
Catalyst 2950 LRE switch: 8-port LRE + 2 10/100/1000BASE-T ports + 2 SFP ports
Cisco 575 and 585LRE CPE Device
CISCO575-LRE
CISCO575-LRE-6P
CISCO575-LRE-24P
CISCO585-LRE
CISCO585-LRE-6P
CISCO585-LRE-24P
Cisco 575 LRE CPE device: 1-port Ethernet + 2 RJ-11 connectors
Cisco 575 LRE CPE device (6 pack): 1-port Ethernet + 2 RJ-11 connectors
Cisco 575 LRE CPE device (24 pack): 1-port Ethernet + 2 RJ-11 connectors
Cisco 585 LRE CPE device: 4-port Ethernet + 2 RJ-11 connectors
Cisco 585 LRE CPE device (6 pack): 4-port Ethernet + 2 RJ-11 connectors
Cisco 585 LRE CPE device (24 pack): 4-port Ethernet + 2 RJ-11 connectors
Cisco LRE 48 POTS Splitter
PS-1M-LRE-48
Cisco LRE 48 POTS Splitter: 48 ports
1. This is only a small subset of all parts available via URL listed under “For More Information.” Some parts have restricted
access or are not available through distribution channels. Resellers: For latest part number and pricing info, see the
Distribution Product Reference Guide at: http://www.cisco.com/dprg (limited country availability).
For More Information
See the LRE Web site: http://www.cisco.com/go/lre
Cisco Building Broadband Service Manager (BBSM) Version 5.3
Cisco Building Broadband Service Manager (BBSM) is an access gateway for public access
networks that enables simple, plug-and-play access, end user self-provisioning of services,
customizable portal and advertising platforms and Web-based management, reporting and
configuration. In addition, multiple automated authentication and billing options are
supported, including credit card, RADIUS, property management system and access code.
The Cisco BBSM platform manages Internet access services with no routine IT
support, enabling venues to offer services in remote and unattended locations. BBSM
supports tiered service levels in order to deliver targeted customer offerings. For instance,
a hotel can set-up daily network access for a series of meetings providing a variety of
bandwidth/pricing options to capture lucrative meeting room revenue opportunities.
LAN products to provide a complete solution that enables venues to create, market and
operate broadband access services in markets such as: Hospitality, Higher-Education,
Healthcare, Retail, Enterprise guest access, and Public Access.
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Cisco BBSM Hotspot Server Version 5.3
The Cisco Building Broadband Service Manager (BBSM) Hotspot server connects
mobile users to broadband services anywhere, anytime. Cisco BBSM Hotspot is
a cost effective access management gateway suited for small- to medium-sized public
access locations, as well as for guest access in enterprise locations. BBSM Hotspot enables
simple plug-and-play connectivity, end user self-provisioning of services, and multiple
authentication options.
BBSM Hotspot works with Cisco Local Area Network (LAN) products to provide a
complete solution for secure wired and wireless Internet Access for visitors, contractors,
patients, and other temporary users. Use Cisco BBSM Hotspot to manage and operate
broadband access services in public hotspots, small hotels, and public overlays on enterprise
networks.
For More Information
See the BBSM Web site: http://www.cisco.com/go/bbsm
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