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DM4000 Series - Installation and
Operation Guide
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Revision History
Revision 10 2010/10/18
New interface boards included
Revision 09 2010/01/21
New interface boards included
Revision 08 2009/09/24
New pictures included
Revision 07 2009/05/19
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Revision 06 2008/12/02
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Revision 05 2008/06/24
Transceivers homologation check included
Revision 04 2008/01/23
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Revision 03 2008/01/15
Power supply connectors information included
Revision 02 2007/11/21
General updates
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General updates
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Notes give an explanation about some topic in
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Safety information
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Table of Contents
1. General Recommendation.....................................................................................................................1
1.1. Before the Installation .................................................................................................................1
2. Introduction............................................................................................................................................3
2.1. About this guide ..........................................................................................................................3
2.2. Overview .....................................................................................................................................3
3. Technical Specifications.........................................................................................................................7
3.1. Environmental Conditions...........................................................................................................7
3.2. Power Supply ..............................................................................................................................7
3.2.1. DM4001..........................................................................................................................7
3.2.2. DM4004..........................................................................................................................8
3.2.3. DM4008..........................................................................................................................9
3.2.4. Interface Modules ...........................................................................................................9
3.3. Dimensions................................................................................................................................10
3.4. Weight .......................................................................................................................................10
4. DM4001 Chassis...................................................................................................................................13
4.1. Overview ...................................................................................................................................13
4.2. Front Panel Description.............................................................................................................13
4.3. System Status LEDs..................................................................................................................14
4.4. Console and Ethernet Outband Management Ports ..................................................................15
4.5. Rear Panel Description..............................................................................................................16
5. DM4004 Chassis...................................................................................................................................17
5.1. Overview ...................................................................................................................................17
5.2. Front Panel Description.............................................................................................................18
5.3. Rear Panel Description..............................................................................................................19
5.4. Console Management Port ........................................................................................................20
6. DM4008 Chassis...................................................................................................................................22
6.1. Overview ...................................................................................................................................22
6.2. Front Panel Description.............................................................................................................22
6.3. Rear Panel Description..............................................................................................................23
6.4. Console Management Port ........................................................................................................24
7. DM4000 MPU192.................................................................................................................................26
7.1. Overview ...................................................................................................................................26
7.2. Front Panel Description.............................................................................................................27
7.3. System Status LEDs..................................................................................................................27
7.4. Console and Ethernet Outband Management Ports ..................................................................28
8. DM4000 MPU384.................................................................................................................................30
8.1. Overview ...................................................................................................................................30
8.2. Front Panel Description.............................................................................................................31
8.3. System Status LEDs..................................................................................................................31
8.4. Console and Ethernet Outband Management Ports ..................................................................32
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9. DM4000 MPU416.................................................................................................................................34
9.1. Overview ...................................................................................................................................34
9.2. Front Panel Description.............................................................................................................35
9.3. System Status LEDs..................................................................................................................35
9.4. Console and Ethernet Outband Management Ports ..................................................................36
10. DM4000 ETH24GX ...........................................................................................................................38
10.1. Overview .................................................................................................................................38
10.2. Front Panel Description...........................................................................................................39
10.3. System Status LEDs................................................................................................................39
10.4. Software and Hardware Features ............................................................................................40
10.4.1. Software......................................................................................................................40
10.4.2. Hardware ....................................................................................................................40
11. DM4000 ETH24GX H Series............................................................................................................42
11.1. Overview .................................................................................................................................42
11.2. Front Panel Description...........................................................................................................42
11.3. System Status LEDs................................................................................................................43
11.4. Software and Hardware Features ............................................................................................44
11.4.1. Software......................................................................................................................44
11.4.2. Hardware ....................................................................................................................44
12. DM4000 ETH12GX ...........................................................................................................................46
12.1. Overview .................................................................................................................................46
12.2. Front Panel Description...........................................................................................................47
12.3. System Status LEDs................................................................................................................47
12.4. Software and Hardware Features ............................................................................................48
12.4.1. Software......................................................................................................................48
12.4.2. Hardware ....................................................................................................................48
13. DM4000 ETH12GX+1x10GX ...........................................................................................................50
13.1. Overview .................................................................................................................................50
13.2. Front Panel Description...........................................................................................................51
13.3. System Status LEDs................................................................................................................51
13.4. Software and Hardware Features ............................................................................................52
13.4.1. Software......................................................................................................................52
13.4.2. Hardware ....................................................................................................................52
14. DM4000 ETH2x10GX .......................................................................................................................54
14.1. Overview .................................................................................................................................54
14.2. Front Panel Description...........................................................................................................55
14.3. System Status LEDs................................................................................................................56
14.4. Software and Hardware Features ............................................................................................56
14.4.1. Software......................................................................................................................56
14.4.2. Hardware ....................................................................................................................56
15. DM4000 ETH24GT ...........................................................................................................................58
15.1. Overview .................................................................................................................................58
15.2. Front Panel Description...........................................................................................................58
15.3. System Status LEDs................................................................................................................59
15.4. Software and Hardware Features ............................................................................................60
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15.4.1. Software......................................................................................................................60
15.4.2. Hardware ....................................................................................................................60
16. DM4000 ETH48GT ...........................................................................................................................62
16.1. Overview .................................................................................................................................62
16.2. Front Panel Description...........................................................................................................62
16.3. System Status LEDs................................................................................................................63
16.4. Software and Hardware Features ............................................................................................64
16.4.1. Software......................................................................................................................64
16.4.2. Hardware ....................................................................................................................64
17. DM4000 ETH48GX H Series............................................................................................................66
17.1. Overview .................................................................................................................................66
17.2. Front Panel Description...........................................................................................................66
17.3. System Status LEDs................................................................................................................67
17.4. Software and Hardware Features ............................................................................................68
17.4.1. Software......................................................................................................................68
17.4.2. Hardware ....................................................................................................................68
18. DM4000 ETH24GX+2x10GX H Series............................................................................................70
18.1. Overview .................................................................................................................................70
18.2. Front Panel Description...........................................................................................................70
18.3. System Status LEDs................................................................................................................71
18.4. Software and Hardware Features ............................................................................................72
18.4.1. Software......................................................................................................................72
18.4.2. Hardware ....................................................................................................................72
19. DM4000 ETH2x10GX H Series........................................................................................................74
19.1. Overview .................................................................................................................................74
19.2. Front Panel Description...........................................................................................................74
19.3. System Status LEDs................................................................................................................75
19.4. Software and Hardware Features ............................................................................................76
19.4.1. Software......................................................................................................................76
19.4.2. Hardware ....................................................................................................................76
20. DM4000 ETH4x10GX H Series........................................................................................................78
20.1. Overview .................................................................................................................................78
20.2. Front Panel Description...........................................................................................................78
20.3. System Status LEDs................................................................................................................79
20.4. Software and Hardware Features ............................................................................................80
20.4.1. Software......................................................................................................................80
20.4.2. Hardware ....................................................................................................................80
21. DM4000 GPC-OAB ...........................................................................................................................82
21.1. Overview .................................................................................................................................82
21.2. Front Panel Description...........................................................................................................83
22. DM4000 GPC-OAP............................................................................................................................84
22.1. Overview .................................................................................................................................84
22.2. Front Panel Description...........................................................................................................85
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23. DM4000 GPC-DCM ..........................................................................................................................86
23.1. Overview .................................................................................................................................86
23.2. Front Panel Description...........................................................................................................87
24. Fan Board ...........................................................................................................................................88
24.1. Description ..............................................................................................................................88
24.2. Air Flow ..................................................................................................................................89
24.2.1. DM4004 and DM4008 Chassis ..................................................................................89
25. Installation Guide ..............................................................................................................................91
25.1. Installation Kit.........................................................................................................................91
25.2. Powering the Switch ...............................................................................................................92
25.2.1. Cables .........................................................................................................................94
25.3. Installing the FAN Module in the Chassis ..............................................................................96
25.4. Removing the FAN Module of the Chassis.............................................................................97
25.5. Inserting the Interface Board in the Chassis ...........................................................................98
25.6. SFP Module...........................................................................................................................100
25.6.1. Connecting a SFP Module........................................................................................101
25.6.2. Removing SFP Modules...........................................................................................102
25.6.3. Transceivers Homologation Check...........................................................................103
A. Cable DB9-RJ-45 ..............................................................................................................................104
A.1. Construction ...........................................................................................................................104
B. Optical Amplifiers .............................................................................................................................106
B.1. How to connect an optical amplifier and a interface board ....................................................106
C. Applicable Standards........................................................................................................................107
C.1. Applicable Standards for DM4000 family .............................................................................107
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List of Tables
3-1. Recommended Power Limits and Consumption Parameters for DM4001 ..........................................7
3-2. Absolute Power Limits for DM4001..................................................................................................??
3-3. Recommended Power Limits and Consumption Parameters for DM4004 ..........................................8
3-4. Absolute Power Limits for DM4004....................................................................................................8
3-5. Recommended Power Limits and Consumption Parameters for DM4008 ..........................................9
3-6. Absolute Power Limits for DM4008....................................................................................................9
3-7. Consumption and Fuse .........................................................................................................................9
3-8. Chassis................................................................................................................................................10
3-9. FANs...................................................................................................................................................10
3-10. MPUs................................................................................................................................................11
3-11. Interface Boards ...............................................................................................................................11
3-12. GPC Boards......................................................................................................................................11
3-13. Blank Panels .....................................................................................................................................11
4-1. System LEDs DM4001 Chassis .........................................................................................................15
4-2. Interface Pinout ..................................................................................................................................16
5-1. DB9 Pins Specification.......................................................................................................................21
6-1. DB9 Pins Specification.......................................................................................................................25
7-1. MPU192 System LEDs ......................................................................................................................28
7-2. Interface Pinout ..................................................................................................................................29
8-1. MPU384 System LEDs ......................................................................................................................32
8-2. Interface Pinout ..................................................................................................................................33
9-1. MPU416 System LEDs ......................................................................................................................36
9-2. Interface Pinout ..................................................................................................................................37
10-1. ETH24GX Port Status LEDs............................................................................................................40
10-2. Hardware DM4000 ETH24GX ........................................................................................................41
11-1. ETH24GX H Series Port Status LEDs .............................................................................................44
11-2. Hardware DM4000 ETH24GX H Series..........................................................................................45
12-1. ETH12GX Port Status LEDs............................................................................................................48
12-2. Hardware DM4000 ETH12GX ........................................................................................................49
13-1. ETH12GX+1x10GX Port Status LEDs............................................................................................52
13-2. Hardware DM4000 ETH12GX+1x10GX ........................................................................................53
14-1. ETH2x10GX Port Status LEDs........................................................................................................56
14-2. Hardware DM4000 ETH2x10GX ....................................................................................................57
15-1. ETH24GT Port Status LEDs ............................................................................................................??
15-2. Hardware DM4000 ETH24GT.........................................................................................................61
16-1. ETH48GT Port Status LEDs ............................................................................................................??
16-2. Hardware DM4000 ETH48GT.........................................................................................................65
17-1. ETH48GX H Series Port Status LEDs .............................................................................................??
17-2. Hardware DM4000 ETH48GX H Series..........................................................................................69
18-1. ETH24GX+2x10GX H Series Port Status LEDs .............................................................................72
18-2. Hardware DM4000 ETH24GX+2x10GX H Series..........................................................................73
19-1. ETH2x10GX H Series Port Status LEDs .........................................................................................76
19-2. Hardware DM4000 ETH2x10GX H Series......................................................................................77
20-1. ETH4x10GX H Series Port Status LEDs .........................................................................................80
20-2. Hardware DM4000 ETH4x10GX H Series......................................................................................81
21-1. Booster parameters ...........................................................................................................................83
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21-2. DM4000 GPC-OAB Port Status LEDs ............................................................................................83
22-1. Pre-amplifier parameters ..................................................................................................................85
22-2. DM4000 GPC-OAP Port Status LEDs.............................................................................................85
23-1. DCM parameters ..............................................................................................................................87
25-1. Cable dimension according chassis..................................................................................................94
25-2. Gigabit SFP Modules .....................................................................................................................102
A-1. Cable DB9-RJ-45 ............................................................................................................................104
C-1. Applicable Standards .......................................................................................................................107
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Chapter 1. General Recommendation
1.1. Before the Installation
"Before the installation, read the entire manual attentively."
"The installation of any electric equipment must be in accordance with the current law in the place
where this equipment will be installed. This includes adequate devices of protection, sizing and protection
to the capacities of the equipment."
"Always observe the instructions of security during the installation, operation or maintenance of
this product. Installation, adjustment or maintenance must be carried through only by qualified, trained
and authorized people."
"The power supply, where the supply cable is connected, must be positioned near the equipment
and be on an easily accessible location, because the equipment is turned on and off through it."
"Follow intently every guidance included in this manual. In case of doubts, please contact the
authorized technical support."
"All slots that are not occupied with boards must be closed with a blank panel. Thus, you avoid the
exposure to the energized parts inside the equipment. This procedure must be performed only by a trained
and authorized person."
"When installing the equipment, always tighten screws and knurling screws until the end of their
thread and until they are completely tightened."
"The described equipment in this manual is sensible to the static electricity. Before handling
any equipment described in this manual, verify if the devices of protection against static electricity are
functioning correctly."
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"Some equipment in this manual have laser emitting optical modules. Avoid the exposure to eyes
and skin."
"WEEE Directive Symbol (Applicable in the European Union and other European countries
with separate collection systems).This symbol on the product or its packaging indicates that this product
must not be disposed of with other waste. Instead, it is your responsibility to dispose of your waste equipment by handing it over to a designated collection point for the recycling of waste electrical and electronic
equipment. The separate collection and recycling of your waste equipment at the time of disposal will help
conserve natural resources and ensure that it is recycled in a manner that protects human health and the
environment. For more information about where you can drop off your consumer waste equipment for recycling, please contact your local city recycling office or the dealer from whom you originally purchased
the product."
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Chapter 2. Introduction
2.1. About this guide
This guide can be used for all DATACOM DM4000 Metro Ethernet Series, providing information about
installation and characteristics of the DM4000 family.
This guide focuses on the physical, electrical, status indications and installation portion of the hardware. It
is assumed that the individual or individuals managing any aspect of this product have basic understanding
of Switching, Routing, Ethernet, and general Telecommunications.
2.2. Overview
Figure 2-1. DM4000 Series - DM4008(left), DM4004(right, below) and DM4001(right, above)
The DM4000 Metro Ethernet Switches offer the best and most reliable solution for Fast, Gigabit and 10
Gigabit Ethernet deployments. Supporting copper and fiber connections, DATACOM DM4000 switches
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can be used to connect to clients, servers or access devices (hubs, routers, LAN switches or WAN access
devices).
DM4000 Metro Ethernet Series provides multiple chassis options to connect and manage non-blocking
data between boards. Its scalable platform design allows future growth and investment protection from
the smallest to the largest chassis option.
The DM4000 Series provide several optional interface modules with all chassis sizes, and may be configured to support redundant MPUs (Main Processor Units), compatible with either the 6U (DM4004) and/or
the 10U (DM4008) height chassis, following your network growth and guaranteeing advanced reliability
for your network.
For complete management, CLI, Web, SNMP and DmView tools are available. The DmView tool is a
Graphical User Interface that allows complete state and fail monitoring conditions, configuration management and inventory, perfect for higher network sizes.
DM4000 Series is the perfect choice for the core of your network, ensuring its reliability and scalability.
The Chassis models available are as follows:
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DM4001 Chassis - 19" 1U height Chassis compatible with all DM4000 interface modules.
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DM4004 Chassis - 19" and 23" 6U height Chassis with 4 interface slots, 2 MPU slots and a FAN slot.
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DM4008 Chassis - 19" 10U height Chassis with 8 interface slots, 2 MPU slots and a FAN slot.
Interface Modules available in DM4000 Series:
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DM4000 ETH24GX - Hot swappable 24 ports SFP Gigabit Ethernet switch interface board. SFPs are
1000Base-X and SGMII compatible.
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DM4000 ETH24GX H Series - Hot swappable 24 ports SFP Gigabit Ethernet switch interface board.
SFPs are 100Base-FX, 1000Base-X and SGMII compatible.
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DM4000 ETH12GX - Hot swappable 12 ports SFP Gigabit Ethernet switch interface board. SFPs are
1000Base-X and SGMII compatible.
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DM4000 ETH12GX+1x10GX - Hot swappable 12 ports SFP Gigabit Ethernet switch plus one 10 Gigabit XFP interface board. SFPs are 1000Base-X and SGMII compatible.
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DM4000 ETH24GX+2x10GX H Series - Hot swappable 24 ports SFP Gigabit Ethernet switch plus two
10 Gigabit XFP interface board. SFPs are 100Base-FX, 1000Base-X and SGMII compatible.
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DM4000 ETH2x10GX - Hot swappable 2 ports 10 Gigabit XFP interface board.
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DM4000 ETH2x10GX H Series - Hot swappable 2 ports 10 Gigabit XFP interface board.
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DM4000 ETH24GT - Hot swappable 24 ports 10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet switch interface board.
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DM4000 ETH48GT - Hot swappable 48 ports 10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet switch interface board.
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DM4000 ETH48GX H Series - Hot swappable 48 ports SFP Gigabit Ethernet switch interface board.
SFPs are 100Base-FX, 1000Base-X and SGMII compatible.
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DM4000 ETH4x10GX H Series - Hot swappable 4 ports 10 Gigabit XFP interface board.
MPUs (Main Processor Unit) available in DM4000 Series:
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DM4000 MPU192 - Non-blocking, redundant and hot swappable Main Processor Unit, capable of
switching 192Gbit/s of data.
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DM4000 MPU384 - Non-blocking, redundant and hot swappable Main Processor Unit, capable of
switching 384Gbit/s of data.
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DM4000 MPU416 - Non-blocking, redundant and hot swappable Main Processor Unit, capable of
switching 416Gbit/s of data.
FAN interfaces available in DM4000 Series:
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DM4004 FAN - Hot swappable FAN module for DM4004 Chassis 19".
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DM4004 23" FAN - Hot swappable FAN module for DM4004 Chassis 23".
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DM4008 FAN - Hot swappable FAN module for DM4008 Chassis.
GPC available in DM4000 Series:
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DM4000 GPC-OAB - Hot swappable optical booster amplifier.
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DM4000 GPC-OAP - Hot swappable optical pre-amplifier.
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DM4000 GPC-DCM - Hot swappable Dispersion Compensation Module.
Some combinations of Interface Boards and MPUs are unsupported due to the system internal architecture.
These combinations are listed bellow:
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DM4000 ETH2x10GX using a MPU192 in a DM4008 Chassis
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DM4000 ETH24GX using a MPU192 in a DM4008 Chassis
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DM4000 ETH12GX+1x10GX using a MPU192 in a DM4008 Chassis
Different MPUs cannot be used in the same chassis. You must use both MPUs of the same type (two
MPU192, MPU384 or MPU416)
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3.1. Environmental Conditions
Operating Temperature: 0 to 55 degrees Celsius
Storage Temperature: -20 to 65 degrees Celsius
Humidity: 10 to 90% non condensing
3.2. Power Supply
The DM4000 family has a DC power input range of -48 to -60 V
WARNING:
"Before connecting any cable to the equipment, be sure that the grounding system is functional."
WARNING:
"The power supply, where the supply cable is connected, must be positioned near the equipment and have
easy access, because the equipment is turned on and off through it."
3.2.1. DM4001
Table 3-1. Recommended Power Limits and Consumption Parameters for DM4001
Rec. Voltage Limits
min.
max.
-48V
-60V
Power Type
Power max.
Current max.
DC
200W
3.5A
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Table 3-2. Absolute Power Limits for DM4001
Absolute Voltage Limits
min.
max.
-36V
-72V
Power Type
Power max.
Current max.
DC
200W
4.7A
Follow Power information below screws to correct RET / -48V connections
Figure 3-1. DM4001 Power Supplies Connectors
3.2.2. DM4004
Table 3-3. Recommended Power Limits and Consumption Parameters for DM4004
Rec. Voltage Limits
min.
max.
-48V
-60V
Power Type
Power max.
Current max.
DC
576W
12.00A
Power Type
Power max.
Current max.
DC
576W
16.00A
Table 3-4. Absolute Power Limits for DM4004
Absolute Voltage Limits
min.
max.
-36V
-72V
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Figure 3-2. DM4004 Power Supplies Connectors
3.2.3. DM4008
Table 3-5. Recommended Power Limits and Consumption Parameters for DM4008
Rec. Voltage Limits
min.
max.
-48V
-60V
Power Type
Power max.
Current max.
DC
1200W
25.00A
Power Type
Power max.
Current max.
DC
1200W
33.33A
Table 3-6. Absolute Power Limits for DM4008
Absolute Voltage Limits
min.
max.
-36V
-72V
Figure 3-3. DM4008 Power Supplies Connectors
3.2.4. Interface Modules
Table 3-7. Consumption and Fuse
Interface Module
Fuse
Consumption
ETH24GX
3.15A fuse, type T (delay), 250V
90W
ETH24GX H Series
3.15A fuse, type T (delay), 250V
70W
ETH12GX
3.15A fuse, type T (delay), 250V
45W
ETH12GX+1x10GX
3.15A fuse, type T (delay), 250V
80W
ETH24GX+2x10GX H Series
3.15A fuse, type T (delay), 250V
80W
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Interface Module
Fuse
Consumption
ETH2x10GX
3.15A fuse, type T (delay), 250V
70W
ETH2x10GX H Series
3.15A fuse, type T (delay), 250V
70W
ETH24GT
3.15A fuse, type T (delay), 250V
55W
ETH48GT
3.15A fuse, type T (delay), 250V
110W
ETH48GX H Series
3.15A fuse, type T (delay), 250V
85W
ETH4x10GX H Series
3.15A fuse, type T (delay), 250V
70W
MPU192
3.15A fuse, type T (delay), 250V
20W
MPU384
3.15A fuse, type T (delay), 250V
30W
MPU416
3.15A fuse, type T (delay), 250V
30W
GPC-OAB
3.15A fuse, type T (delay), 250V
10W
GPC-OAP
3.15A fuse, type T (delay), 250V
10W
GPC-DCM
NA
NA
DM4001
3.15A fuse, type T (delay), 250V
22W
DM4004 FAN
3.15A fuse, type T (delay), 250V
30W
DM4004 23" FAN
3.15A fuse, type T (delay), 250V
30W
DM4008 FAN
3.15A fuse, type T (delay), 250V
100W
3.3. Dimensions
Height
240 mm (DM4004), 400mm (DM4008) and 44mm (DM4001)
Width w/o brackets
440mm in 19” chassis and 541.4mm in 23” chassis
Width with brackets
483mm in 19” chassis and 584.2mm in 23” chassis
Depth
280 mm (DM4004, DM4008 and DM4001)
3.4. Weight
Table 3-8. Chassis
Chassis
Kilograms (kg)
Pounds (lbs)
DM4001
2.86
6.29
DM4004 19"
8.21
18.09
DM4004 23"
10.10
22.26
DM4008
11.57
25.51
Table 3-9. FANs
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FAN
Kilograms (kg)
Pounds (lbs)
DM4004 19"
1.49
3.28
DM4004 23"
1.31
2.89
DM4008
2.68
5.90
Table 3-10. MPUs
MPU
Kilograms (kg)
Pounds (lbs)
MPU192
0.97
2.13
MPU384
1.12
2.47
MPU416
1.12
2.47
Interface Board
Kilograms (kg)
Pounds (lbs)
ETH24GX
2.49
5.49
ETH24GX H Series
2.49
5.49
ETH12GX
2.30
5.07
ETH12GX+1x10GX
2.39
5.27
ETH24GX+2x10GX H Series
2.74
6.03
ETH2x10GX
2.35
5.17
ETH2x10GX H Series
2.35
5.17
ETH24GT
2.49
5.49
ETH48GT
2.78
6.12
ETH48GX H Series
2.91
6.42
ETH4x10GX H Series
2.52
5.54
GPC
Kilograms (kg)
Pounds (lbs)
GPC-OAB
0.41
0.90
GPC-OAP
0.41
0.90
GPC-DCM
0.41
0.90
Kilograms (kg)
Pounds (lbs)
Table 3-11. Interface Boards
Table 3-12. GPC Boards
Table 3-13. Blank Panels
Panel
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Panel
Kilograms (kg)
Pounds (lbs)
Interface Boards Blank Panel
2.68
5.90
MPUs Blank Panel
0.09
0.19
GPCs Blank Panel
0.05
0.11
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Chapter 4. DM4001 Chassis
4.1. Overview
The DM4001 chassis is compatible with all interface boards of the DM4000 Series, allowing their utilization as a standalone version.
Its backplane interface allows non-blocking wire speed data of all interface boards connected.
Each interface board has temperature sensors that allow DM4001 chassis electronic fan control to manage
fan speed increasing equipment reliability and minimizing fan noise.
Figure 4-1. DM4001 Chassis
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4.2. Front Panel Description
The Front Panel of the DM4001 chassis has a RS232 Console port, an Ethernet Outband Management
interface and Status LEDs.
Figure 4-2. DM4001 Chassis - Front Panel
4.3. System Status LEDs
The System Status LEDs on the front panel can be used to monitor system activity. The following figure
shows where the LEDs are located and the table below indicates the system status according to each LEDs
condition.
Figure 4-3. DM4001 Chassis - Front Panel LEDs
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Table 4-1. System LEDs DM4001 Chassis
LED
Power
Fail
Link/Act
Speed
CONDITION
STATUS
ON
Equipment on.
OFF
Equipment off.
ON
Indicates fail (high temperature or fan fail).
OFF
Equipment operates normally.
ON/Blinking
Connected with link up. Blinking indicates
activity.
OFF
No connection established.
ON
10Mbit/s connection established.
OFF
Indicates a 100Mbit/s Connection when Link/Act
LED is ON or Blinking.
4.4. Console and Ethernet Outband Management Ports
The switch contains two RJ-45 connectors on its front panel. The upper connector is the Console port and
the lower is the Outband Management port.
The Management port can be connected to a desktop through a CAT 5 Ethernet cable.
The pinouts of both Console and Outband Management ports are shown in the following figure and table.
Figure 4-4. Double RJ-45 Connector
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Table 4-2. Interface Pinout
Management Port
RJ-45
Signal
1
Tx+
2
Tx-
3
Rx+
6
Rx-
4,5,7,8
-
RJ-45 Serial Port
1,2,7,8
-
3
Tx
4,5
GND
6
Rx
4.5. Rear Panel Description
The Rear Panel of the DM4001 chassis has two 48 to 60V DC power inputs.
Figure 4-5. DM4001 Rear Panel
Note: The figure above represents the last version of Rear Panel, another version could be different.
For your safety read the power indication.
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Chapter 5. DM4004 Chassis
5.1. Overview
The DM4004 chassis is compatible with all MPUs and interface boards of the DM4000 Series. It is
available in two versions: for use in 19" and 23" racks. The 19" chassis is the standard version while the
23" has a better temperature perfomance and a dust filter option.
Both versions have a backplane that can handle up to 384Gbps of non-blocking data. They have four
interface board slots, two MPU slots, two general purpose slots and one FAN module slot.
Figure 5-1. DM4004 Chassis 19"
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Chapter 5. DM4004 Chassis
Figure 5-2. DM4004 Chassis 23"
For normal operation blank panels are required for non slotted interface boards and MPUs.
5.2. Front Panel Description
The main power input connectors are located in the Front Panel of DM4004 chassis. It supports dual
redundant DC inputs for 48V DC nominal operation.
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Figure 5-3. DM4004 Chassis 19" - Front Panel
Figure 5-4. DM4004 Chassis 23" - Front Panel
5.3. Rear Panel Description
The DM4004 chassis Rear Panel has one console DB9 connector.
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Figure 5-5. DM4004 Chassis 19" - Rear Panel
Figure 5-6. DM4004 Chassis 23" - Rear Panel
5.4. Console Management Port
The chassis contains one DB9 connector on its rear panel. The connector has two Console ports, each one
connected to each MPU.
The pinouts of the Console ports are shown in the following figure and table.
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Chapter 5. DM4004 Chassis
Figure 5-7. DB9 Pins Specification
Table 5-1. DB9 Pins Specification
Pin
Signal
1,4,6,9
-
2
MPU-A TX
3
MPU-A RX
5
GND
7
MPU-B TX
8
MPU-B RX
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Chapter 6. DM4008 Chassis
6.1. Overview
The DM4008 chassis is compatible with all MPUs and interface boards of the DM4000 Series.
It has eight interface board slots, two MPU slots, two multipurpose slots and one FAN module slot.
Figure 6-1. DM4008 Chassis
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Chapter 6. DM4008 Chassis
6.2. Front Panel Description
The main power input connectors are located in the Front Panel of DM4008 chassis. It supports dual
redundant DC inputs for 48V DC nominal operation.
Figure 6-2. DM4008 Chassis - Front Panel
6.3. Rear Panel Description
The DM4008 chassis Rear Panel has one console DB9 connector.
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Chapter 6. DM4008 Chassis
Figure 6-3. DM4008 Chassis - Rear Panel
6.4. Console Management Port
The chassis contains one DB9 connector on its rear panel. The connector has two Console ports, each one
connected to each MPU.
The pinouts of the Console ports are shown in the following figure and table.
Figure 6-4. DB9 Pins Specification
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Table 6-1. DB9 Pins Specification
Pin
Signal
1,4,6,9
-
2
MPU-A TX
3
MPU-A RX
5
GND
7
MPU-B TX
8
MPU-B RX
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Chapter 7. DM4000 MPU192
7.1. Overview
The DM4000 MPU192 is a hot-swappable Switch Fabric module capable of handling 192Gbps of nonblocking data (up to 96 Gigabit Ethernet ports). It is compatible with DM4004 and DM4008 chassis. In the
DM4004 chassis it can handle up to 24 Gigabit ports per interface module at a non blocking configuration.
In the DM4008 it can handle up to 12 Gigabit Ethernet ports per interface module board at a non-blocking
configuration.
The entire 192Gbps data is switched by the active MPU, while the standby MPU monitors the state of the
active MPU. In case of failure, the standby MPU assumes the switching of packets and generates a MPU
failure major alarm to the management system.
The DM4000 MPU192 can handle up to 142,857,149 packets per second supporting 9kB jumbo frames
and has an internal 1152kB Switching Memory reaching wire speed operation.
The DM4000 MPU192 has a 400MHz microprocessor with 256MB of RAM and 64MB of Flash.
Figure 7-1. MPU192 inside DM4004 Chassis
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Chapter 7. DM4000 MPU192
CAUTION:
"Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type. Use only cell type CR2032. Dispose of used
batteries according with local regulations."
7.2. Front Panel Description
The DM4000 MPU192 Front Panel has system status LEDs, one Ethernet Outband Management port
(MGMT ETH), one RS-232 Serial port (Console) and one Auxiliar port (AUX).
Figure 7-2. DM4000 MPU192 - Front Panel
WARNING:
"Electrostatic generated by human body may damage the electrostatic sensitive components on the equipment."
WARNING:
"The interface board supports a 3.15 fuse, type T (delay), 250V. If necessary, replace it only for another
one of the same type and value."
27
Chapter 7. DM4000 MPU192
7.3. System Status LEDs
The DM4000 MPU192 has 9 system status LEDs monitoring CPU utilization, Ethernet outband, system
fails and active MPU status.
Figure 7-3. DM4000 MPU192 - Front Panel LEDs
Table 7-1. MPU192 System LEDs
LED
ACT MPU
FAIL
CPU UTILIZATION
100 M
Link Act
CONDITION
STATUS
ON
MPU active.
OFF
MPU inactive.
ON
Hardware failure.
OFF
Hardware is functional.
ON
20% utilization.
ON
40% utilization.
ON
60% utilization.
ON
80% utilization.
ON
100% utilization.
ON
Indicates a 100Mbps connection in MGMT port.
OFF
When Link/Act is on or blinking, indicates that a
10Mbps connection is active in MGMT ETH
port.
ON/Blinking
Indicates a connection in MGMT ETH port.
OFF
No connection in MGMT ETH port.
7.4. Console and Ethernet Outband Management Ports
The DM4000 MPU192 contains three RJ-45 connectors on its front panel: one Outband Management
port, one Console port and one AUX console port.
The Outband Management interface can be connected to a desktop through a CAT 5 Ethernet cable.
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Chapter 7. DM4000 MPU192
The pinouts of both Console and Outband Management ports are shown in the table below.
Figure 7-4. DM4000 MPU192 - Front Panel Connectors
Table 7-2. Interface Pinout
Management Port
Pin
Signal
1
Tx+
2
Tx-
3
Rx+
6
Rx-
4,5,7,8
Console Port
1,2,7,8
-
3
Tx
4,5
GND
6
Rx
AUX Port
1,2,7,8
-
3
Tx
4,5
GND
6
Rx
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Chapter 8. DM4000 MPU384
8.1. Overview
The DM4000 MPU384 is a hot-swappable Switch Fabric module capable of handling 384Gbps of nonblocking data (up to 192 Gigabit Ethernet ports). It is compatible with DM4004 and DM4008 chassis. In
the DM4004 chassis it can handle up to 48 Gigabit Ethernet ports per interface board at a non-blocking
configuration. In the DM4008 it can handle up to 24 Gigabit Ethernet ports per interface board.
The entire 384Gbps data is switched by the active MPU, while the standby MPU monitors the state of the
active MPU. In case of failure, the standby MPU assumes the switching of packets and generates a MPU
failure major alarm to the management system.
The DM4000 MPU384 can handle up to 285,714,285 packets per second supporting 12KB jumbo frames
and has an internal 1.5MB Switching Memory reaching wire speed operation.
The DM4000 MPU384 has a 1GHz microprocessor with 2GB of RAM and 1GB of Flash.
Figure 8-1. MPU384 inside DM4004 Chassis
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Chapter 8. DM4000 MPU384
CAUTION:
"Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type. Use only cell type CR2032. Dispose of used
batteries according with local regulations."
8.2. Front Panel Description
The DM4000 MPU384 Front Panel has system status LEDs, one Ethernet Outband Management port
(MGMT ETH), one RS-232 Serial port (Console) and one Auxiliar port (AUX).
Figure 8-2. DM4000 MPU384 - Front Panel
WARNING:
"Electrostatic generated by human body may damage the electrostatic sensitive components on the equipment."
WARNING:
"The interface board supports a 3.15 fuse, type T (delay), 250V. If necessary, replace it only for another
one of the same type and value."
31
Chapter 8. DM4000 MPU384
8.3. System Status LEDs
The DM4000 MPU384 has 9 system status LEDs monitoring CPU utilization, Ethernet outband, system
fails and active MPU status.
Figure 8-3. DM4000 MPU384 - Front Panel LEDs
Table 8-1. MPU384 System LEDs
LED
ACT MPU
FAIL
CPU UTILIZATION
100 M
Link Act
CONDITION
STATUS
ON
MPU active.
OFF
MPU inactive.
ON
Hardware failure.
OFF
Hardware is functional.
ON
20% utilization.
ON
40% utilization.
ON
60% utilization.
ON
80% utilization.
ON
100% utilization.
ON
Indicates a 100Mbps connection in MGMT port.
OFF
When Link/Act is on or blinking, indicates that a
10Mbps connection is active in MGMT ETH
port.
ON/Blinking
Indicates a connection in MGMT ETH port.
OFF
No connection in MGMT ETH port.
8.4. Console and Ethernet Outband Management Ports
The DM4000 MPU384 contains three RJ-45 connectors on its front panel: one Outband Management
port, one Console port and one AUX console port.
The Outband Management interface can be connected to a desktop through a CAT 5 Ethernet cable.
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Chapter 8. DM4000 MPU384
The pinouts of both Console and Outband Management ports are shown in the table below.
Figure 8-4. DM4000 MPU384 - Front Panel Connectors
Table 8-2. Interface Pinout
Management Port
Pin
Signal
1
Tx+
2
Tx-
3
Rx+
6
Rx-
4,5,7,8
Console Port
1,2,7,8
-
3
Tx
4,5
GND
6
Rx
AUX Port
1,2,7,8
-
3
Tx
4,5
GND
6
Rx
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Chapter 9. DM4000 MPU416
9.1. Overview
The DM4000 MPU416 is a hot-swappable Switch Fabric module capable of handling 416Gbps of nonblocking data (up to 208 Gigabit Ethernet ports). It is compatible with DM4004 and DM4008 chassis. In
the DM4004 chassis it can handle up to 52 Gigabit Ethernet ports per interface board at a non-blocking
configuration. In the DM4008 it can handle up to 26 Gigabit Ethernet ports per interface board.
The entire 416Gbps data is switched by the active MPU, while the standby MPU monitors the state of the
active MPU. In case of failure, the standby MPU assumes the switching of packets and generates a MPU
failure major alarm to the management system.
The DM4000 MPU416 can handle up to 309,523,808 packets per second supporting 12KB jumbo frames
and has an internal 1.5MB Switching Memory reaching wire speed operation.
The DM4000 MPU416 has a 1GHz microprocessor with 2GB of RAM and 1GB of Flash.
Figure 9-1. MPU416 inside DM4004 Chassis
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Chapter 9. DM4000 MPU416
CAUTION:
"Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type. Use only cell type CR2032. Dispose of used
batteries according with local regulations."
9.2. Front Panel Description
The DM4000 MPU416 Front Panel has system status LEDs, one Ethernet Outband Management port
(MGMT ETH), one RS-232 Serial port (Console) and one Auxiliar port (AUX).
Figure 9-2. DM4000 MPU416 - Front Panel
WARNING:
"Electrostatic generated by human body may damage the electrostatic sensitive components on the equipment."
WARNING:
"The interface board supports a 3.15 fuse, type T (delay), 250V. If necessary, replace it only for another
one of the same type and value."
35
Chapter 9. DM4000 MPU416
9.3. System Status LEDs
The DM4000 MPU416 has 9 system status LEDs monitoring CPU utilization, Ethernet outband, system
fails and active MPU status.
Figure 9-3. DM4000 MPU416 - Front Panel LEDs
Table 9-1. MPU416 System LEDs
LED
ACT MPU
FAIL
CPU UTILIZATION
100 M
Link Act
CONDITION
STATUS
ON
MPU active.
OFF
MPU inactive.
ON
Hardware failure.
OFF
Hardware is functional.
ON
20% utilization.
ON
40% utilization.
ON
60% utilization.
ON
80% utilization.
ON
100% utilization.
ON
Indicates a 100Mbps connection in MGMT port.
OFF
When Link/Act is on or blinking, indicates that a
10Mbps connection is active in MGMT ETH
port.
ON/Blinking
Indicates a connection in MGMT ETH port.
OFF
No connection in MGMT ETH port.
9.4. Console and Ethernet Outband Management Ports
The DM4000 MPU416 contains three RJ-45 connectors on its front panel: one Outband Management
port, one Console port and one AUX console port.
The Outband Management interface can be connected to a desktop through a CAT 5 Ethernet cable.
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Chapter 9. DM4000 MPU416
The pinouts of both Console and Outband Management ports are shown in the table below.
Figure 9-4. DM4000 MPU416 - Front Panel Connectors
Table 9-2. Interface Pinout
Management Port
Pin
Signal
1
Tx+
2
Tx-
3
Rx+
6
Rx-
4,5,7,8
Console Port
1,2,7,8
-
3
Tx
4,5
GND
6
Rx
AUX Port
1,2,7,8
-
3
Tx
4,5
GND
6
Rx
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Chapter 10. DM4000 ETH24GX
10.1. Overview
The DM4000 ETH24GX is a non-blocking 24 SFP port interface board compatible with DM4001,
DM4004 and DM4008 chassis.
The DM4000 ETH24GX can handle up to 35,714,285 packets per second supporting 9600 bytes jumbo
frames and has an internal 256MB Switching Memory supporting wire speed operation.
The DM4000 ETH24GX has a 400MHz microprocessor with 256MB of RAM and 64MB of Flash.
The DM4000 ETH24GX extensive Metro support can handle up to 1,024,000 MACs and larger L3 tables.
Figure 10-1. DM4000 ETH24GX inside DM4001 Chassis
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Chapter 10. DM4000 ETH24GX
CAUTION:
"Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type. Use only cell type CR2032. Dispose of used
batteries according with local regulations."
10.2. Front Panel Description
DM4000 ETH24GX front panel contains 24 SFP slots and port status LEDs.
Figure 10-2. DM4000 ETH24GX - Front Panel
WARNING:
"When performing installation and maintenance operations of optical fibers, you should not stand close
or look directly into the fiber outlet with unaided eyes."
WARNING:
"Electrostatic generated by human body may damage the electrostatic sensitive components on the equipment."
WARNING:
"This interface board supports a 3.15A fuse, type T (delay), 250V. If necessary, replace it only for another
one of the same type and value"
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Chapter 10. DM4000 ETH24GX
10.3. System Status LEDs
The DM4000 ETH24GX has the following port status LEDs.
Figure 10-3. DM4000 ETH24GX - Front Panel LEDs
Table 10-1. ETH24GX Port Status LEDs
LED
Link/Act
10/100/1000
CONDITION
STATUS
ON/Blinking
Connection established. Blinking indicates port
activity.
OFF
No connection established.
Orange
Indicates that a 10/100Mbps connection was
established.
Green
Indicates that a 1000Mbps connection was
established.
10.4. Software and Hardware Features
10.4.1. Software
Software information is available in a separated guide.
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Chapter 10. DM4000 ETH24GX
10.4.2. Hardware
Table 10-2. Hardware DM4000 ETH24GX
Feature
Description
Switch L2
Wire Speed
Router 3
Wire Speed
QoS
L2-L4
MPLS
LDP/RSVP/L2VPN
PoE
N/A
Ports
24 x 1000Base-X (SFP)
Packet Buffer
128MB
Switch Fabric (intern)
48Gbps
Flash
64MB
SDRAM
256MB
MAC address table
1024k*
L3 hosts (IPv4)
32k*
L3 hosts (IPv6)
16k*
L3 Routes (IPv4)
240k*
L3 Routes (IPv6)
240k*
L2 Multicast groups
1k
L3 Multicast groups (Ipv4)
4k
L3 Multicast groups (IPv6)
1k
Filters
4k
Meters
4k
Counters
4k
Important: *maximum value - Actual values vary lower due to resource sharing
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Chapter 11. DM4000 ETH24GX H Series
11.1. Overview
The DM4000 ETH24GX H Series is a non-blocking 24 SFP port interface board compatible with
DM4001, DM4004 and DM4008 chassis.
The DM4000 ETH24GX H Series can handle up to 35,714,285 packets per second supporting 12K jumbo
frames and has an internal 4MB Switching Memory supporting wire speed operation.
The DM4000 ETH24GX H Series has a 1GHz microprocessor with 1GB of RAM and 1GB of Flash.
The DM4000 ETH24GX H Series extensive Metro support can handle up to 524,288 MACs and larger
L3 tables.
Figure 11-1. DM4000 ETH24GX H Series inside DM4001 Chassis
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Chapter 11. DM4000 ETH24GX H Series
11.2. Front Panel Description
DM4000 ETH24GX H Series front panel contains 24 SFP slots and port status LEDs.
Figure 11-2. DM4000 ETH24GX H Series - Front Panel
WARNING:
"When performing installation and maintenance operations of optical fibers, you should not stand close
or look directly into the fiber outlet with unaided eyes."
WARNING:
"Electrostatic generated by human body may damage the electrostatic sensitive components on the equipment."
WARNING:
"This interface board supports a 5A fuse, type T (delay), 250V. If necessary, replace it only for another
one of the same type and value"
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Chapter 11. DM4000 ETH24GX H Series
11.3. System Status LEDs
The DM4000 ETH24GX H Series has the following port status LEDs.
Table 11-1. ETH24GX H Series Port Status LEDs
LED
Link/Act
10/100/1000
CONDITION
STATUS
ON/Blinking
Connection established. Blinking indicates port
activity.
OFF
No connection established.
ON
Indicates that a 10/100Mbps connection was
established.
OFF
Indicates that a 1000Mbps connection was
established.
11.4. Software and Hardware Features
11.4.1. Software
Software information is available in a separated guide.
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11.4.2. Hardware
Table 11-2. Hardware DM4000 ETH24GX H Series
Feature
Description
Switch L2
Wire Speed
Router L3
Wire Speed
QoS
L2-L4
MPLS
LDP/RSVP/L2VPN
VPLS
VPN Emulated LAN
VPWS
VPN Point-to-Point
PoE
N/A
Ports
24 SFP**
Packet Buffer
4MB
Switch Fabric (intern)
48Gbps
Flash
1GB
RAM
1GB
MAC address table
512k*
L3 hosts (IPv4)
16k*
L3 hosts (IPv6)
8k*
L3 Routes (IPv4)
512k*
L3 Routes (IPv6 - 64b)
512k*
L3 Routes (IPv6 - 128b)
256k*
L2 Multicast groups
1k*
L3 Multicast groups (Ipv4)
4k*
L3 Multicast groups (IPv6)
256*
Filters
256k*
Meters
2k*
Counters
2k*
Important: *maximum value - Actual values vary lower due to resource sharing
**SFP ports can be 100Base-FX, 1000Base-X or SGMII
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Chapter 12. DM4000 ETH12GX
12.1. Overview
The DM4000 ETH12GX is a non-blocking 12 SFP port interface board compatible with DM4001,
DM4004 and DM4008 chassis.
The DM4000 ETH12GX can handle up to 17,857,142 packets per second supporting 9600 bytes jumbo
frames and has an internal 128MB Switching Memory supporting wire speed operation.
The DM4000 ETH12GX has a 400MHz microprocessor with 256MB of RAM and 64MB of Flash.
The DM4000 ETH12GX extensive Metro support can handle up to 512,000 MACs and larger L3 tables.
Figure 12-1. DM4000 ETH12GX inside DM4001 Chassis
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CAUTION:
"Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type. Use only cell type CR2032. Dispose of used
batteries according with local regulations."
12.2. Front Panel Description
DM4000 ETH12GX front panel contains 12 SFP ports and port status LEDs.
Figure 12-2. DM4000 ETH12GX - Front Panel
WARNING:
"When performing installation and maintenance operations of optical fibers, you should not stand close
or look directly into the fiber outlet with unaided eyes."
WARNING:
"Electrostatic generated by human body may damage the electrostatic sensitive components on the equipment."
WARNING:
"This interface board supports a 3.15A fuse, type T (delay), 250V. If necessary, replace it only for another
one of the same type and value"
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Chapter 12. DM4000 ETH12GX
12.3. System Status LEDs
The DM4000 ETH12GX has the following port status LEDs.
Figure 12-3. DM4000 ETH12GX - Front Panel LEDs
Table 12-1. ETH12GX Port Status LEDs
LED
Link/Act
10/100/1000
CONDITION
STATUS
ON/Blinking
Connection established. Blinking indicates port
activity.
OFF
No connection established.
Orange
Indicates that a 10/100Mbps connection was
established.
Green
Indicates that a 1000Mbps connection was
established.
12.4. Software and Hardware Features
12.4.1. Software
Software information is available in a separated guide.
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12.4.2. Hardware
Table 12-2. Hardware DM4000 ETH12GX
Feature
Description
Switch L2
Wire Speed
Router 3
Wire Speed
QoS
L2-L4
MPLS
LDP/RSVP/L2VPN
PoE
N/A
Ports
12 x 1000Base-X (SFP)
Packet Buffer
128MB
Switch Fabric (intern)
24Gbps
Flash
64MB
SDRAM
256MB
MAC address table
512k*
L3 hosts (IPv4)
32k*
L3 hosts (IPv6)
16k*
L3 Routes (IPv4)
240k*
L3 Routes (IPv6)
240k*
L2 Multicast groups
1k
L3 Multicast groups (Ipv4)
4k
L3 Multicast groups (IPv6)
1k
Filters
4k
Meters
4k
Counters
4k
Important: *maximum value - Actual values vary lower due to resource sharing
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Chapter 13. DM4000 ETH12GX+1x10GX
13.1. Overview
The DM4000 ETH12GX+1x10GX is a non-blocking 12 SFP port plus one 10 Gigabit XFP port interface
board compatible with DM4001, DM4004 and DM4008 chassis.
The DM4000 ETH12GX+1x10GX can handle up to 32,738,095 packets per second supporting 9600 bytes
jumbo frames and has an internal 256MB Switching Memory supporting wire speed operation.
The DM4000 ETH12GX+1x10GX has a 400MHz microprocessor with 256MB of RAM and 64MB of
Flash.
The DM4000 ETH12GX+1x10GX extensive Metro support can handle up to 1,024,000 MACs and larger
L3 tables.
Figure 13-1. DM4000 ETH12GX+1x10GX inside DM4001 Chassis
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Chapter 13. DM4000 ETH12GX+1x10GX
CAUTION:
"Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type. Use only cell type CR2032. Dispose of used
batteries according with local regulations."
13.2. Front Panel Description
DM4000 ETH12GX+1x10GX front panel contains 12 SFP ports, 1 XFP port and port status LEDs.
Figure 13-2. DM4000 ETH12GX+1x10GX - Front Panel
WARNING:
"When performing installation and maintenance operations of optical fibers, you should not stand close
or look directly into the fiber outlet with unaided eyes."
WARNING:
"Electrostatic generated by human body may damage the electrostatic sensitive components on the equipment."
WARNING:
"This interface board supports a 3.15A fuse, type T (delay), 250V. If necessary, replace it only for another
one of the same type and value"
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Chapter 13. DM4000 ETH12GX+1x10GX
13.3. System Status LEDs
The DM4000 ETH12GX+1x10GX has the following port status LEDs.
Figure 13-3. DM4000 ETH12GX+1x10GX - Front Panel LEDs
Table 13-1. ETH12GX+1x10GX Port Status LEDs
LED
Link/Act
10/100/1000
Laser TX On
CONDITION
STATUS
ON/Blinking
Connection established. Blinking indicates port
activity.
OFF
No connection established.
ON
Indicates that a 10/100Mbps connection was
established.
OFF
Indicates that a 1000Mbps connection was
established.
ON
Indicates that XFP TX laser is on.
OFF
Indicates that XFP TX laser is off.
13.4. Software and Hardware Features
13.4.1. Software
Software information is available in a separated guide.
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13.4.2. Hardware
Table 13-2. Hardware DM4000 ETH12GX+1x10GX
Feature
Description
Switch L2
Wire Speed
Router 3
Wire Speed
QoS
L2-L4
MPLS
LDP/RSVP/L2VPN
PoE
N/A
Ports
12 x 1000Base-X (SFP) + 1 x 10G (XFP)
Packet Buffer
128MB
Switch Fabric (intern)
44Gbps
Flash
64MB
SDRAM
256MB
MAC address table
1024k*
L3 hosts (IPv4)
32k*
L3 hosts (IPv6)
16k*
L3 Routes (IPv4)
240k*
L3 Routes (IPv6)
240k*
L2 Multicast groups
1k
L3 Multicast groups (Ipv4)
4k
L3 Multicast groups (IPv6)
1k
Filters
4k
Meters
4k
Counters
4k
Important: *maximum value - Actual values vary lower due to resource sharing
53
Chapter 14. DM4000 ETH2x10GX
14.1. Overview
The DM4000 ETH2x10GX is a non-blocking two 10 Gigabit XFP port interface board compatible with
DM4001, DM4004 and DM4008 chassis.
The DM4000 ETH2x10GX can handle up to 29,761,904 packets per second supporting 9600 bytes jumbo
frames and has an internal 256MB Switching Memory supporting wire speed operation.
The DM4000 ETH2x10GX has a 400MHz microprocessor with 256MB of RAM and 64MB of Flash.
The DM4000 ETH2x10GX extensive Metro support can handle up to 1,024,000 MACs and larger L3
tables.
Figure 14-1. DM4000 ETH2x10GX inside DM4001 Chassis
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CAUTION:
"Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type. Use only cell type CR2032. Dispose of used
batteries according with local regulations."
14.2. Front Panel Description
DM4000 ETH2x10GX front panel contains 2 XFP ports and port status LEDs.
Figure 14-2. DM4000 ETH2x10GX - Front Panel
WARNING:
"When performing installation and maintenance operations of optical fibers, you should not stand close
or look directly into the fiber outlet with unaided eyes."
WARNING:
"Electrostatic generated by human body may damage the electrostatic sensitive components on the equipment."
WARNING:
"This interface board supports a 3.15A fuse, type T (delay), 250V. If necessary, replace it only for another
one of the same type and value."
55
Chapter 14. DM4000 ETH2x10GX
14.3. System Status LEDs
The DM4000 ETH2x10GX has the following port status LEDs.
Figure 14-3. DM4000 ETH2x10GX - Front Panel LEDs
Table 14-1. ETH2x10GX Port Status LEDs
LED
Link/Act
Laser TX On
CONDITION
STATUS
ON/Blinking
Connection established. Blinking indicates port
activity.
OFF
No connection established.
ON
Indicates that XFP TX laser is on.
OFF
Indicates that XFP TX laser is off.
14.4. Software and Hardware Features
14.4.1. Software
Software information is available in a separated guide.
56
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14.4.2. Hardware
Table 14-2. Hardware DM4000 ETH2x10GX
Feature
Description
Switch L2
Wire Speed
Router 3
Wire Speed
QoS
L2-L4
MPLS
LDP/RSVP/L2VPN
PoE
N/A
Ports
2 x 10G (XFP)
Packet Buffer
128MB
Switch Fabric (intern)
40 Gbps
Flash
64MB
SDRAM
256MB
MAC address table
1024k*
L3 hosts (IPv4)
32k*
L3 hosts (IPv6)
16k*
L3 Routes (IPv4)
240k*
L3 Routes (IPv6)
240k*
L2 Multicast groups
1k
L3 Multicast groups (Ipv4)
4k
L3 Multicast groups (IPv6)
1k
Filters
4k
Meters
4k
Counters
4k
Important: *maximum value - Actual values vary lower due to resource sharing
57
Chapter 15. DM4000 ETH24GT
15.1. Overview
The DM4000 ETH24GT is a non-blocking 24 10/100/1000Mbps port interface board compatible with
DM4001, DM4004 and DM4008 chassis.
The DM4000 ETH24GT can handle up to 35,714,285 packets per second supporting 9500 bytes jumbo
frames reaching wire speed operation.
The DM4000 ETH24GT has a 400MHz microprocessor with 256MB of RAM and 64MB of Flash.
The DM4000 ETH24GT extensive Metro support can handle up to 16,000 MACs.
Figure 15-1. DM4000 ETH24GT inside DM4001 Chassis
58
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15.2. Front Panel Description
The ETH24GT front panel contains 24 RJ45 ports and port status LEDs. With option to have PoE in all
ports.
Figure 15-2. DM4000 ETH24GT - Front Panel
WARNING:
"Electrostatic generated by human body may damage the electrostatic sensitive components on equipment."
WARNING:
"This interface board supports a 3.15A fuse, type T (delay), 250V. If necessary, replace it only for another
one of the same type and value."
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15.3. System Status LEDs
The DM4000 ETH24GT has the following port status LEDs:
Table 15-1. ETH24GT Port Status LEDs
LED
Link/Act
10/100/1000
CONDITION
STATUS
ON/Blinking
Connection established. Blinking indicates port
activity.
OFF
No connection established.
Orange
Indicates that a 10/100Mbps connection was
established.
Green
Indicates that a 1000Mbps connection was
established.
15.4. Software and Hardware Features
15.4.1. Software
Software information is available in a separated guide.
60
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15.4.2. Hardware
Table 15-2. Hardware DM4000 ETH24GT
Feature
Description
Switch L2
Wire Speed
Router 3
Wire Speed
QoS
L2-L4
MPLS
N/A
PoE
N/A
Ports
24 x 10/100/1000 Base-TX
Packet Buffer
2MB
Switch Fabric (intern)
48Gbps
Flash
64MB
SDRAM
256MB
MAC address table
16k
L3 hosts (IPv4)
8k
L3 hosts (IPv6)
4k
L3 Routes (IPv4)
12k
L3 Routes (IPv6)
6k
L2 Multicast groups
1k
L3 Multicast groups (Ipv4)
2k
L3 Multicast groups (IPv6)
512
Filters
4k
Meters
2k
Counters
2k
For operation with PoE: the voltage of power supply must be between 44-57V.
61
Chapter 16. DM4000 ETH48GT
16.1. Overview
The DM4000 ETH48GT is a non-blocking 48 10/100/1000Mbps port interface board compatible with
DM4001, DM4004 and DM4008 chassis.
The DM4000 ETH48GT can handle up to 71,428,571 packets per second supporting 9500 bytes jumbo
frames reaching wire speed operation.
The DM4000 ETH48GT has a 400MHz microprocessor with 256MB of RAM and 64MB of Flash.
The DM4000 ETH48GT extensive Metro support can handle up to 16,000 MACs.
This interface board reaches wire-speed operation in DM4001 chassis and with MPU384 in a DM4004
Chassis.
Figure 16-1. DM4000 ETH48GT inside DM4001 Chassis
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16.2. Front Panel Description
The ETH48GT front panel contains 48 RJ45 ports and port status LEDs. With option to have PoE in all
ports.
Figure 16-2. DM4000 ETH48GT- Front Panel
WARNING:
"Electrostatic generated by human body may damage the electrostatic sensitive components on equipment."
WARNING:
"This interface board supports a 3.15A fuse, type T (delay), 250V. If necessary, replace it only for another
one of the same type and value."
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16.3. System Status LEDs
The DM4000 ETH48GT has the following port status LEDs:
Table 16-1. ETH48GT Port Status LEDs
LED
Link/Act
10/100/1000
CONDITION
STATUS
ON/Blinking
Connection established. Blinking indicates port
activity.
OFF
No connection established.
Orange
Indicates that a 10/100Mbps connection was
established.
Green
Indicates that a 1000Mbps connection was
established.
16.4. Software and Hardware Features
16.4.1. Software
Software information is available in a separated guide.
64
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16.4.2. Hardware
Table 16-2. Hardware DM4000 ETH48GT
Feature
Description
Switch L2
Wire Speed
Router 3
Wire Speed
QoS
L2-L4
MPLS
N/A
PoE
N/A
Ports
48 x 10/100/1000 Base-TX
Packet Buffer
2MB
Switch Fabric (intern)
96Gbps
Flash
64MB
SDRAM
256MB
MAC address table
16k
L3 hosts (IPv4)
8k
L3 hosts (IPv6)
4k
L3 Routes (IPv4)
12k
L3 Routes (IPv6)
6k
L2 Multicast groups
1k
L3 Multicast groups (Ipv4)
2k
L3 Multicast groups (IPv6)
512
Filters
4k
Meters
2k
Counters
2k
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Chapter 17. DM4000 ETH48GX H Series
17.1. Overview
The DM4000 ETH48GX H Series is a non-blocking 48 SFP port interface board compatible with
DM4001, DM4004 and DM4008 chassis.
The DM4000 ETH84GX H Series can handle up to 71,428,571 packets per second supporting 12KB
jumbo frames and has an internal 4MB Switching Memory supporting wire speed operation.
The DM4000 ETH48GX H Series has a 1GHz microprocessor with 1GB of RAM and 1GB of Flash.
The DM4000 ETH48GX H Series extensive Metro support can handle up to 524,288 MACs.
Figure 17-1. DM4000 ETH48GX H Series inside DM4001 Chassis
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17.2. Front Panel Description
DM4000 ETH48GX H Series front panel contains 48 SFP slots and port status LEDs.
Figure 17-2. DM4000 ETH48GX H Series - Front Panel
WARNING:
"Electrostatic generated by human body may damage the electrostatic sensitive components on equipment."
WARNING:
"This interface board supports a 5A fuse, type T (delay), 250V. If necessary, replace it only for another
one of the same type and value."
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17.3. System Status LEDs
The DM4000 ETH48GX H Series has the following port status LEDs:
Table 17-1. ETH48GX H Series Port Status LEDs
LED
Link/Act
10/100/1000
CONDITION
STATUS
ON/Blinking
Connection established. Blinking indicates port
activity.
OFF
No connection established.
Orange
Indicates that a 10/100Mbps connection was
established.
Green
Indicates that a 1000Mbps connection was
established.
17.4. Software and Hardware Features
17.4.1. Software
Software information is available in a separated guide.
68
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17.4.2. Hardware
Table 17-2. Hardware DM4000 ETH48GX H Series
Feature
Description
Switch L2
Wire Speed
Router L3
Wire Speed
QoS
L2-L4
MPLS
LDP/RSVP/L2VPN
VPLS
VPN Emulated LAN
VPWS
VPN Point-to-Point
PoE
N/A
Ports
48 x SFP**
Packet Buffer
4MB
Switch Fabric (intern)
96Gbps
Flash
1GB
RAM
1GB
MAC address table
512k*
L3 hosts (IPv4)
16k*
L3 hosts (IPv6)
8k*
L3 Routes (IPv4)
512k*
L3 Routes (IPv6 - 64b)
512k*
L3 Routes (IPv6 - 128b)
256k*
L2 Multicast groups
1k*
L3 Multicast groups (Ipv4)
4k*
L3 Multicast groups (IPv6)
256*
Filters
256k*
Meters
2k*
Counters
2k*
Important: *maximum value - Actual values vary lower due to resource sharing
**SFP ports can be 100Base-FX, 1000Base-X or SGMII
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Chapter 18. DM4000 ETH24GX+2x10GX H
Series
18.1. Overview
The DM4000 ETH24GX+2x10GX H Series is a non-blocking 24 SFP port plus two 10 Gigabit XFP port
interface board compatible with DM4001, DM4004 and DM4008 chassis.
The DM4000 ETH24GX+2x10GX H Series can handle up to 65,476,190 packets per second supporting
12KB jumbo frames and has an internal 4MB Switching Memory supporting wire speed operation.
The DM4000 ETH24GX+2x10GX H Series has a 1GHz microprocessor with 1GB of RAM and 1GB of
Flash.
The DM4000 ETH24GX+2x10GX H Series extensive Metro support can handle up to 524,288 MACs
and larger L3 tables.
Figure 18-1. DM4000 ETH24GX+2x10GX H Series inside DM4001 Chassis
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18.2. Front Panel Description
DM4000 ETH24GX+2x10GX front panel contains 24 SFP ports, 2 XFPs port and port status LEDs.
Figure 18-2. DM4000 ETH24GX+2x10GX H Series - Front Panel
WARNING:
"When performing installation and maintenance operations of optical fibers, you should not stand close
or look directly into the fiber outlet with unaided eyes."
WARNING:
"Electrostatic generated by human body may damage the electrostatic sensitive components on the equipment."
WARNING:
"This interface board supports a 5A fuse, type T (delay), 250V. If necessary, replace it only for another
one of the same type and value"
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18.3. System Status LEDs
The DM4000 ETH24GX+2x10GX H Series has the following port status LEDs.
Table 18-1. ETH24GX+2x10GX H Series Port Status LEDs
LED
Link/Act
10/100/1000
Laser TX On
CONDITION
STATUS
ON/Blinking
Connection established. Blinking indicates port
activity.
OFF
No connection established.
ON
Indicates that a 10/100Mbps connection was
established.
OFF
Indicates that a 1000Mbps connection was
established.
ON
Indicates that XFP TX laser is on.
OFF
Indicates that XFP TX laser is off.
18.4. Software and Hardware Features
18.4.1. Software
Software information is available in a separated guide.
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18.4.2. Hardware
Table 18-2. Hardware DM4000 ETH24GX+2x10GX H Series
Feature
Description
Switch L2
Wire Speed
Router L3
Wire Speed
QoS
L2-L4
MPLS
LDP/RSVP/L2VPN
VPLS
VPN Emulated LAN
VPWS
VPN Point-to-Point
PoE
N/A
Ports
24 x SFP** + 2 x 10G (XFP)
Packet Buffer
4MB
Switch Fabric (intern)
88Gbps
Flash
1GB
RAM
1GB
MAC address table
512k*
L3 hosts (IPv4)
16k*
L3 hosts (IPv6)
8k*
L3 Routes (IPv4)
512k*
L3 Routes (IPv6 - 64b)
512k*
L3 Routes (IPv6 - 128b)
256k*
L2 Multicast groups
1k*
L3 Multicast groups (Ipv4)
4k*
L3 Multicast groups (IPv6)
256*
Filters
256k*
Meters
2k*
Counters
2k*
Important: *maximum value - Actual values vary lower due to resource sharing
**SFP ports can be 100Base-FX, 1000Base-X or SGMII
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Chapter 19. DM4000 ETH2x10GX H Series
19.1. Overview
The DM4000 ETH2x10GX H Series is a non-blocking two 10 Gigabit XFP port interface board compatible with DM4001, DM4004 and DM4008 chassis.
The DM4000 ETH2x10GX H Series can handle up to 29,761,904 packets per second supporting 12KB
jumbo frames and has an internal 4MB Switching Memory supporting wire speed operation.
The DM4000 ETH2x10GX H Series has a 1GHz microprocessor with 1GB of RAM and 1GB of Flash.
The DM4000 ETH2x10GX H Series extensive Metro support can handle up to 524,288 MACs and larger
L3 tables.
Figure 19-1. DM4000 ETH2x10GX H Series inside DM4001 Chassis
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19.2. Front Panel Description
DM4000 ETH2x10GX front panel contains 2 XFPs port and port status LEDs.
Figure 19-2. DM4000 ETH2x10GX H Series - Front Panel
WARNING:
"When performing installation and maintenance operations of optical fibers, you should not stand close
or look directly into the fiber outlet with unaided eyes."
WARNING:
"Electrostatic generated by human body may damage the electrostatic sensitive components on the equipment."
WARNING:
"This interface board supports a 3.15A fuse, type T (delay), 250V. If necessary, replace it only for another
one of the same type and value"
75
Chapter 19. DM4000 ETH2x10GX H Series
19.3. System Status LEDs
The DM4000 ETH2x10GX H Series has the following port status LEDs.
Table 19-1. ETH2x10GX H Series Port Status LEDs
LED
Link/Act
Laser TX On
CONDITION
STATUS
ON/Blinking
Connection established. Blinking indicates port
activity.
OFF
No connection established.
ON
Indicates that XFP TX laser is on.
OFF
Indicates that XFP TX laser is off.
19.4. Software and Hardware Features
19.4.1. Software
Software information is available in a separated guide.
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19.4.2. Hardware
Table 19-2. Hardware DM4000 ETH2x10GX H Series
Feature
Description
Switch L2
Wire Speed
Router L3
Wire Speed
QoS
L2-L4
MPLS
LDP/RSVP/L2VPN
VPLS
VPN Emulated LAN
VPWS
VPN Point-to-Point
PoE
N/A
Ports
24 x 1000Base-X (SFP) + 2 x 10G (XFP)
Packet Buffer
4MB
Switch Fabric (intern)
88Gbps
Flash
1GB
RAM
1GB
MAC address table
512k*
L3 hosts (IPv4)
16k*
L3 hosts (IPv6)
8k*
L3 Routes (IPv4)
512k*
L3 Routes (IPv6 - 64b)
512k*
L3 Routes (IPv6 - 128b)
256k*
L2 Multicast groups
1k*
L3 Multicast groups (Ipv4)
4k*
L3 Multicast groups (IPv6)
256*
Filters
256k*
Meters
2k*
Counters
2k*
Important: *maximum value - Actual values vary lower due to resource sharing
77
Chapter 20. DM4000 ETH4x10GX H Series
20.1. Overview
The DM4000 ETH4x10GX H Series is a non-blocking four 10 Gigabit XFP port interface board compatible with DM4001, DM4004 and DM4008 chassis
The DM4000 ETH4x10GX H Series can handle up to 59,523,808 packets per second supporting 12KB
jumbo frames and has an internal 4MB Switching Memory supporting wire speed operation.
The DM4000 ETH4x10GX H Series has a 1GHz microprocessor with 1GB of RAM and 1GB of Flash.
The DM4000 ETH4x10GX H Series extensive Metro support can handle up to 524,288 MACs and larger
L3 tables.
Figure 20-1. DM4000 ETH4x10GX H Series inside DM4001 Chassis
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20.2. Front Panel Description
DM4000 ETH4x10GX H Series front panel contains 4 XFPs port and port status LEDs.
Figure 20-2. DM4000 ETH4x10GX H Series - Front Panel
WARNING:
"When performing installation and maintenance operations of optical fibers, you should not stand close
or look directly into the fiber outlet with unaided eyes."
WARNING:
"Electrostatic generated by human body may damage the electrostatic sensitive components on the equipment."
WARNING:
"This interface board supports a 5A fuse, type T (delay), 250V. If necessary, replace it only for another
one of the same type and value"
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20.3. System Status LEDs
The DM4000 ETH4x10GX H Series has the following port status LEDs.
Table 20-1. ETH4x10GX H Series Port Status LEDs
LED
Link/Act
10/100/1000
Laser TX On
CONDITION
STATUS
ON/Blinking
Connection established. Blinking indicates port
activity.
OFF
No connection established.
ON
Indicates that a 10/100Mbps connection was
established.
OFF
Indicates that a 1000Mbps connection was
established.
ON
Indicates that XFP TX laser is on.
OFF
Indicates that XFP TX laser is off.
20.4. Software and Hardware Features
20.4.1. Software
Software information is available in a separated guide.
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20.4.2. Hardware
Table 20-2. Hardware DM4000 ETH4x10GX H Series
Feature
Description
Switch L2
Wire Speed
Router L3
Wire Speed
QoS
L2-L4
MPLS
LDP/RSVP/L2VPN
VPLS
VPN Emulated LAN
VPWS
VPN Point-to-Point
PoE
N/A
Ports
4 x 10G (XFP)
Packet Buffer
4MB
Switch Fabric (intern)
80Gbps
Flash
1GB
RAM
1GB
MAC address table
512k*
L3 hosts (IPv4)
16k*
L3 hosts (IPv6)
8k*
L3 Routes (IPv4)
512k*
L3 Routes (IPv6 - 64b)
512k*
L3 Routes (IPv6 - 128b)
256k*
L2 Multicast groups
1k*
L3 Multicast groups (Ipv4)
4k*
L3 Multicast groups (IPv6)
256*
Filters
256k*
Meters
2k*
Counters
2k*
Important: *maximum value - Actual values vary lower due to resource sharing
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Chapter 21. DM4000 GPC-OAB
21.1. Overview
DM4000 GPC-OAB is an active booster amplifier based on erbium doped fiber (EDF). The module amplifies optical signals, allowing extension of optical loop up to 10 Gbit/s.
Booster’s output power can be configured through terminal, management system or locally.
It can be managed by host equipment or directly. If the configuration jumper is on "AUTO" position, front
serial interface is disabled and the configuration is executed by equipment. If the jumper is on "FORCED"
position, the panel serial interface allows amplifier module’s direct local configuration.
Figure 21-1. DM4000 GPC-OAB inside DM4004
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CAUTION:
"Amplification module uses transmitters with no-visible class 3B laser radiation. Never look directly to
the laser terminals or to the optical fiber. The exposure to the laser emission can cause total or partial loss
of vision."
Parameters from DM4000 GPC-OAB
Table 21-1. Booster parameters
Parameters
Minimum
Typical value
Maximum
Unit
Wave length
1530
-
1562
nm
Input power
-10
-
+2
dBm
Output power
-
-
+15
dBm
Noise figure
-
-
8
dB
PDG
-
-
0.5
dB
PMD
-
-
0.5
ps
21.2. Front Panel Description
Figure 21-2. DM4000 GPC-OAB - Front Panel
Table 21-2. DM4000 GPC-OAB Port Status LEDs
LED
STATUS
Power In
Equipment on.
TX On
Laser active.
Active
Managed by Central MPU.
Fail
Hardware fail.
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Chapter 22. DM4000 GPC-OAP
22.1. Overview
DM4000 GPC-OAP is an active pre-amplifier based on erbium doped fiber (EDF). The module amplifies
attenuated optical signals, making possible its detection by receptor. DM4000 GPC-OAP allows extension
of optical loop up to 10 Gbit/s.
It can be managed by host equipment or directly. If the configuration jumper is on "AUTO" position, front
serial interface is disabled and the configuration is executed by equipment. If the jumper is on "FORCED"
position, the panel serial interface allows amplifier module’s direct local configuration.
Figure 22-1. DM4000 GPC-OAP inside DM4004
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CAUTION:
"Amplification module uses transmitters with no-visible class 3B laser radiation. Never look directly to
the laser terminals or to the optical fiber. The exposure to the laser emission can cause total or partial loss
of vision."
Parameters from DM4000 GPC-OAP
Table 22-1. Pre-amplifier parameters
Parameters
Minimum
Typical value
Maximum
Unit
Wave length
-
1550.918
-
nm
Filter band
-
+/- 100
-
GHz
Input power
-35
-
-20
dBm
Output power
-
-5
-
dBm
Noise figure
-
-
6
dB
PDG
-
-
0.5
dB
PMD
-
-
0.5
ps
22.2. Front Panel Description
Figure 22-2. DM4000 GPC-OAP - Front Panel
Table 22-2. DM4000 GPC-OAP Port Status LEDs
LED
STATUS
Power In
Equipment on.
TX On
Laser active.
Active
Managed by Central MPU.
Fail
Hardware fail.
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Chapter 23. DM4000 GPC-DCM
23.1. Overview
DM4000 GPC-DCM is an Dispersion-compensating Module. The module compensates 40 km of the
dispersion of the fiber being used in a transmission system. Its optimized for use in Nondispersion-Shifted
Fiber (ITU-T G.652).
The DM4000 GPC-DCM is a passive module and do not need to be powered to work.
The DM4000 GPC-DCM is designed to work with Transceivers that are design for DWDM, the Dispersion
Level is not guaranteed for lambdas outside ITU-T DWDM Grid.
Figure 23-1. DM4000 GPC-DCM
CAUTION:
"Amplification module uses transmitters with no-visible class 3B laser radiation. Never look directly to
the laser terminals or to the optical fiber. The exposure to the laser emission can cause total or partial loss
of vision."
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Parameters from DM4000 GPC-DCM
Table 23-1. DCM parameters
Parameter
Value
Unit
First Channel
1527.216
nm
196.3
THz
Last Channel
1567.133
nm
191.3
THz
Channel Spacing
100
GHz
Operation Bandwidth
ITU ± 17.5
GHz
Insertion Loss
<4
dB
Dispersion Level
-665 *
ps/nm
Return Loss
> 40
dB
Polarization Dependent Loss
< 0.3
dB
* The Dispersion level of -665 ps/nm is the value for the middle of ITU Channel, for each channel the
Dispersion Level vary to obtain the compensation of 40km G.652 fiber. Per example for the first channel
the dispersion level is -619 ps/nm and the last channel is -712 ps/nm.
23.2. Front Panel Description
Figure 23-2. DM4000 GPC-DCM - Front Panel
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Chapter 24. Fan Board
24.1. Description
The FAN module is used to avoid high temperature inside the equipment that may cause malfunction.
The FAN module is hot swappable. It can be replaced while the switch is active if necessary. But for safety
reasons, it is recommended to be done with the chassis turned off.
WARNING:
"Don’t block FAN module airflow. Keep vents open and unobstructed."
WARNING:
"Don’t put your hands near to FAN module while the equipment is on."
When you put or take off the FAN module watch out where you touch. The figures below ilustrates where
you should pay attention.
Figure 24-1. DM4004 FAN board without blank panels
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Figure 24-2. DM4008 FAN board without blank panels
24.2. Air Flow
The next figures show how the air flows inside DM4004 and DM4008 Chassis.
24.2.1. DM4004 and DM4008 Chassis
Figure 24-3. Air flow inside DM4004 19"
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Figure 24-4. Air flow inside DM4004 23"
Figure 24-5. Air flow inside DM4008
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WARNING:
"Before touching the chassis, interface modules, MPUs or FAN modules a grounded electrostatic discharge (ESD) wrist strap should be used to prevent damage by the electrostatic contained in human body."
You can find ESD wrist strap in installation kit.
Look the following picture that shows how to put a ESD wrist strap in DM4004:
Figure 25-1. ESD wrist strap
25.1. Installation Kit
DM4004 and DM4008 come with an Installation Kit including:
- 1 antistatic wrist strap
- 2 power supply connectors
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- 1 console cable
To install the switch in a rack, use the following procedure and refer to the figure below:
Figure 25-2. Rack Mounting
WARNING:
"All slots that are not occupied with boards must be closed with a blank panel."
25.2. Powering the Switch
WARNING:
"Remember to attach the chassis to the ground before installing a power supply."
Follow the picture below to connect the power cable to the chassis properly.
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Figure 25-3. DM4001 Power Supply Connector
Figure 25-4. DM4004/DM4008 Power Supply Connector
WARNING:
"Just use the plug included in installation kit."
WARNING:
"The plug is the disconnection device on the equipment. The power outlet where the supply cable is
connected must be positioned near the equipment and have easy access."
WARNING:
"In case of using DC voltage, be careful so that the equipment protection ground (green cable with yellow
line related to the central socket pin) matches the system protection ground. This cable must be connected
before any other connection. The metallic structure of the equipment is connected to the protection ground
cable."
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WARNING:
"Consult the table about the type of fuse used in each interface module. If necessary, replace it only for
another one of the same type and value."
25.2.1. Cables
Table 25-1. Cable dimension according chassis
Chassis
Current max.
Minimum conductor sizes
Nominal cross-sectional area
AWG [cross-sectional area in mm2]
DM4001
2,5A
1,5mm2
14 [2 mm2]
DM4004
12,5A
2,5mm2
12 [3 mm2]
DM4008
22A
4mm2
10 [5 mm2]
25.2.1.1. Build Information from DM4001 power connector and
DM4004/DM4008 power connector
To connect the equipment, you should connect power supply to D-metro connector type 3W3 (-48/-60Vdc,
Ground, Return - 0V), DC input (-48/-60Vdc).
Are necessary the follow itens to build the power supply cable, according chassis cable dimensions:
•
2 mm2, 3 mm2 or 5 mm2 section area cable - Red (Return)
•
2 mm2, 3 mm2 or 5 mm2 section area cable - Blue (-48/-60Vdc)
•
2 mm2, 3 mm2 or 5 mm2 section area cable - Green with Yellow Stripes (Ground)
•
Thermocontractile Tube 4,8/2,4mm
•
Connector cape DB3W3*
•
Female connector DB3W3 without pins*
•
Female connector DB Pin Power 40A (3 pins per connector)*
*These itens are provided by DATACOM with the equipment
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To build the cable, solder a female pin in each power supply cable end, like the picture below:
Figure 25-5. Connector soldered
Next, isolate parts soldered in a way that pins don’t touch themselves when installed in connector. The
detail is shown below:
Figure 25-6. Connector isolated
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Next, plug pins inside connector. Pins should be inserted behind the connector until the hang plug, setting
pins like the picture below:
Figure 25-7. Cable disposition - Front view
1) Return (0V)
2) Ground
3) Phase (-48/-60Vdc)
Finally, build the cape around the connector.
WARNING:
"Observe wires disposition in connector, see picture above."
25.3. Installing the FAN Module in the Chassis
Push the FAN module by the screws shown in red circles.
WARNING:
"Don’t put your fingers inside the FAN module when the equipment is powered on"
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Figure 25-8. FAN Module Installation
25.4. Removing the FAN Module of the Chassis
Pull the FAN module by the screws shown in red circles.
WARNING:
"The FAN module takes a few seconds to completely stop. Don’t put your fingers inside the FAN module
immediately after the equipment is powered off"
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Figure 25-9. FAN Module Removal
25.5. Inserting the Interface Board in the Chassis
The following picture ilustrates the correct insertion of a DM4000 interface module into the DM4004 or
DM4008 chassis.
According to the figure to insert a ETH48GT inside DM4001, for example, the installation sequence is:
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Figure 25-10. Step 1 - Ejector levers should be located to rabbet in chassis
Figure 25-11. Step 2 - Ejector levers should be located after the board
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Figure 25-12. Step 3 - Press the ejector levers to chassis
1. Ejector levers should be located to rabbet in chassis
2. Ejector levers should be located after the board
3. Press the ejector levers to chassis
After the interface board is properly inserted in the chassis, tighten the knurling screws as shown in the
following picture.
Figure 25-13. DM4004 Mounting
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25.6. SFP Module
25.6.1. Connecting a SFP Module
The use of a SFP transceiver is optional. It is not included in the package. Follow the next instructions to
install a SFP module properly:
Figure 25-14. Connecting an optical SFP Module in an interface board
1. Insert the SFP transceiver into any of the switch module bays. There’s only one orientation that the
module can be plugged. The optical connector should face outward. The slot connector should face
down for the upper bays, and up for the lower bays.
2. Slide the module into the slot and press firmly to ensure it is securely in place.
NOTE:
"Inserting or removing a SFP module can be done without powering off the switch. SFP transceivers are
hot-swappable, but make sure there are no network optical cords connected to the module before removing
it! (Remove optical cords before removing SFP modules)."
After this, attach the security locker according to the figure below:
Figure 25-15. Locking an optical SFP Module in an interface board
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The SFP modules that can be used with DM4000 Series Switches and each respective maximum fiber
length are described in the table below:
Table 25-2. Gigabit SFP Modules
SFP Module
Fiber Type
Maximum Length
1000BASE-SX
multimode
550m
1000BASE-LX
singlemode
10km
1000BASE-LX+
singlemode
30km
1000BASE-LH
singlemode
80km
1000BASE-LZ
singlemode
120km
"These modules are the most used. Contact technical support for the complete and updated SFPs
module list."
WARNING:
"Signals over fiber optic cables are transmitted via lasers. Although the lasers are compliant with the
requirements of Class 1 Laser Products and are eye safe in normal conditions, never look directly at a
transmit port when it is turned on!"
25.6.2. Removing SFP Modules
To remove SFP modules follow the instructions below:
Figure 25-16. Removing an optical SFP Module from an interface board
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1. Remove the fibers
2. Release the security locker
3. Pull off the module through the locker
25.6.3. Transceivers Homologation Check
DATACOM transceivers are tested to comply with IEEE802.3z and LASER safety standards.
Non-homologated transceivers do not guarantee compliance and may damage the Interface Board
hardware. DATACOM’s software checks for homologated transceivers before starting traffic and blocks
non-homologated transceivers. Please contact technical support about risks and availability of unblock
key password.
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Appendix A. Cable DB9-RJ-45
A.1. Construction
To build a cable DB9-RJ-45 you need to connect the pins shown in the below, this cable will serve to
command the MPUs and standalone chassis by serial port.
Also, see the pins in the next pictures.
Figure A-1. RJ-45 Pins
Figure A-2. DB9 Pins
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Table A-1. Cable DB9-RJ-45
Pin RJ-45 (Number-color)
Pin DB9
1-Light Green
8
2-Dark Green
6
3-White
2
4-Dark Blue
5
5-Light Blue
5
6-Orange
3
7-Pink
4
8-Brown
7
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Appendix B. Optical Amplifiers
B.1. How to connect an optical amplifier and a interface
board
An optical amplifier board is used to amplify a transmission signal that will travel a long distance, in that
way avoiding data loss during the course. The EDFA (Erbium Doped Fiber Amplifier) based boards can
be used with 1G or 10G ports and operate with wavelenghts of 1530nm at 1562nm. For this, you need to
connect the output from transceiver to the input IN from EDFA and connect the output OUT from EDFA
to the topology. An example is shown below:
Figure B-1. Connection between an ETH12+1x10GX and a GPC-OAB
Note: Be careful to not connect the output from transceiver to output OUT from EDFA.
EDFA board has +10dB power, if it will be used in stand tests is require to use an attenuator of 15db or a
60Km optical fiber. This avoid transceiver receptor to be damaged.
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Appendix C. Applicable Standards
C.1. Applicable Standards for DM4000 family
Table C-1. Applicable Standards
Specification
Description
EMC
CISPR-22 Class A
FCC Class A
EMI
CISPR-22 Class A
FCC Class A
Safety
IEC 90050
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