HP A-MSR Router Series

HP A-MSR Router Series
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SIC/DSIC ······································································································································································ 1 Ethernet switching module················································································································································ 1 SIC-4FSW/SIC-4FSW-PoE/DSIC-9FSW/DSIC-9FSW-PoE ·················································································· 1 Ethernet interface module ················································································································································· 3 SIC-1FEA ··································································································································································· 3 SIC-1FEF ···································································································································································· 4 SIC-1GEC ·································································································································································· 5 E1/T1 interface module ··················································································································································· 7 SIC-1E1-F ··································································································································································· 7 SIC-2E1-F ··································································································································································· 8 SIC-EPRI ·································································································································································· 10 SIC-1T1-F ································································································································································ 11 Serial interface module·················································································································································· 12 SIC-8AS ·································································································································································· 12 SIC-16AS ································································································································································ 13 SIC-1SAE ································································································································································ 15 XDSL interface module ··················································································································································· 16 DSIC-1SHDSL-8W ················································································································································· 16 SIC-1ADSL ······························································································································································ 17 SIC-1ADSL-I ···························································································································································· 19 ISDN BRI interface module ············································································································································ 20 SIC-1BS ··································································································································································· 20 Voice interface module ·················································································································································· 21 SIC-1FXS/SIC-1FXO/SIC-2FXS/SIC-2FXO ········································································································· 22 SIC-2FXS1FXO ······················································································································································· 23 DSIC-4FXS1FXO ···················································································································································· 24 SIC-1BSV/SIC-2BSV ·············································································································································· 25 SIC-1VE1 ································································································································································ 27 SIC-1VT1 ································································································································································ 28 WLAN interface module················································································································································ 29 SIC-WLAN-b/g/n / SIC-WLAN-b/g/n(NA) ······································································································ 30 3G interface module ······················································································································································ 31 SIC-3G-GSM ·························································································································································· 31 SIC-3G-HSPA ························································································································································· 32 MIM/DMIM/XMIM ···················································································································································· 34 Ethernet switching module············································································································································· 34 XMIM-16FSW/XMIM-24FSW ····························································································································· 34 MIM-16FSW/MIM-16FSW-PoE/DMIM-24FSW/DMIM-24FSW-PoE ····························································· 36 Ethernet interface module ·············································································································································· 39 MIM-2FE/MIM-4FE················································································································································ 39 MIM-2GBE······························································································································································ 40 ATM interface module ··················································································································································· 41 MIM-1ATM-OC3 ··················································································································································· 41 MIM-IMA-8E1 ························································································································································ 42 MIM-IMA-4T1 ························································································································································· 44 POS (SDH/SONET) interface module ························································································································· 45 MIM-1POS ····························································································································································· 45 E1/T1 interface module ················································································································································ 46 i
MIM-2E1/MIM-4E1/MIM-4E1-F modules ·········································································································· 46 MIM-8E1/MIM-8E1-F ············································································································································ 48 MIM-2T1/MIM-4T1-F ············································································································································ 50 MIM-8T1/MIM-8T1-F ············································································································································ 51 E3/T3 interface module ················································································································································ 53 MIM-1CE3 ······························································································································································ 53 MIM-1CT3 ······························································································································································ 54 xDSL interface module ··················································································································································· 56 MIM-1SHL-4W ······················································································································································· 56 Serial interface module·················································································································································· 57 MIM-2SAE/MIM-4SAE/MIM-8SAE ····················································································································· 57 MIM-8ASE/MIM-16ASE ······································································································································· 59 Voice interface module ·················································································································································· 60 MIM-16FXS ···························································································································································· 61 MIM-4BSV Module ················································································································································ 62 MIM-2FXO and MIM-4FXS/MIM-4FXO ·············································································································· 63 MIM-4E&M ····························································································································································· 64 MIM-1VE1 ······························································································································································ 65 MIM-1VT1 Module ················································································································································ 67 MIM-2VE1 ······························································································································································ 68 MIM-2VT1 Module ················································································································································ 69 FIC/DFIC····································································································································································· 71 Ethernet switching module············································································································································· 71 FIC-16FSW/FIC-16FSW-PoE/DFIC-24FSW/DFIC-24FSW-PoE ······································································· 71 Ethernet interface module ·············································································································································· 74 FIC-2FE/FIC-4FE ···················································································································································· 74 FIC-1GBE/FIC-2GBE ············································································································································· 76 FIC-1GEF/FIC-2GEF ·············································································································································· 77 ATM interface module ··················································································································································· 78 FIC-IMA-4E1/FIC-IMA-8E1 ··································································································································· 78 FIC-IMA-8T1 ··························································································································································· 80 FIC-1AE3 ································································································································································ 81 FIC-1AT3 ································································································································································ 82 FIC-1ATM-OC3 ······················································································································································ 83 POS (SDH/SONET) interface module ························································································································· 84 FIC-1POS ································································································································································ 84 CPOS (SDH/SONET) interface module······················································································································· 86 FIC-1CPOS ····························································································································································· 86 E1/T1 interface module ················································································································································ 87 FIC-2E1/FIC-4E1 and FIC-4E1-F ·························································································································· 88 FIC-8E1 ··································································································································································· 90 FIC-4T1-F ································································································································································ 91 E3/T3 interface module ················································································································································ 92 FIC-1CE3 ································································································································································ 92 FIC-1CT3 ································································································································································ 94 ISDN BRI interface module ············································································································································ 95 FIC-4BSE ································································································································································· 95 Serial interface module·················································································································································· 98 FIC-4SAE/FIC-8SAE ·············································································································································· 98 FIC-8ASE/FIC-16ASE ·········································································································································· 100 Voice interface module ················································································································································ 101 FIC-4FXS/FIC-4FXO ············································································································································ 102 FIC-4E&M ····························································································································································· 103 FIC-24FXS ····························································································································································· 104 ii
FIC-2VE1 ······························································································································································ 105 FIC-2VT1 ······························································································································································· 106 FIC-1VE1 ······························································································································································ 107 FIC-1VT1 ······························································································································································· 109 ESM/VCPM/VPM ··················································································································································· 111 ESMs ·············································································································································································· 111 ESM-ANDE ··························································································································································· 111 ESM-SNDE ··························································································································································· 112 VCPM/VPM ·································································································································································· 113 VCPM/VPM Purchase Guide ····························································································································· 113 VCPM···································································································································································· 114 VPM ······································································································································································ 115 Cables and the connection methods ····················································································································· 116 Ethernet interface·························································································································································· 116 Fiber port······································································································································································· 118 E1 interface··································································································································································· 121 T1 interface ··································································································································································· 128 E3/T3 interface ···························································································································································· 130 Synchronous/asynchronous serial ports ···················································································································· 131 Asynchronous serial ports ··········································································································································· 133 ADSL / BS / FXS / FXO interface······························································································································ 138 E&M interface ······························································································································································· 139 24FXS interface ···························································································································································· 141 BSV/BSE interface ······················································································································································· 142 G.SHDSL interface ······················································································································································· 144 WLAN interface ··························································································································································· 145 3G interface ································································································································································· 146 Interface module list ················································································································································ 148 Purchase guide ························································································································································ 151 SIC/DSIC purchase guide··········································································································································· 151 MIM/XMIM/DMIM purchase guide ·························································································································· 154 FIC/DFIC purchase guide ··········································································································································· 155 ESM/VPM/VCPM purchase guide ···························································································································· 157 Index ········································································································································································ 158 iii
SIC/DSIC
A-MSR series routers adopt modular design and support a wide range of optional SICs and DSICs. A SIC
occupies one SIC slot of an A-MSR router and a DSIC occupies two SIC slots of a router. The SIC/DSIC
series interface modules provide abundant interfaces, such as synchronous/asynchronous serial
interface, Ethernet interface, E1/T1, ISDN BRI/PRI, ADSL, audio interface, Layer 2 switching interface,
and so on.
Among this series interface modules, the Layer 2 switching interface modules (SIC-4FSW and
DSIC-9FSW) each have a corresponding PoE-capable one, which can provide -48 VDC power to remote
powered devices (PDs, such as IP phone, WLAN AP, network camera) through straight-through cables as
long as installed in a PoE router.
Ethernet switching module
•
SIC-4FSW
•
SIC-4FSW-PoE
•
DSIC-9FSW
•
DSIC-9FSW-PoE
SIC-4FSW/SIC-4FSW-PoE/DSIC-9FSW/DSIC-9FSW-PoE
Introduction
SIC-4FSW/SIC-4FSW-PoE and DSIC-9FSW/DSIC-9FSW-PoE interface modules are 4/9-port 10/100
Mbps Ethernet Layer 2 SIC interface modules that can be used on HP A-MSR series routers. They provide
up to 4/9 10/100 Base-Tx Ethernet ports for Layer 2 and Layer 3 switching. A router installed with
SIC-4FSW/DSIC-9FSW modules can work as a switching/routing integrated device on a small-sized
enterprise
network
to
connect
PCs
and
network
devices
inside
the
network
directly.
SIC-4FSW-PoE/DSIC-9FSW-PoE interface modules can supply power to powered devices (PDs) through
power over Ethernet (PoE).
Functions supported by interface modules are as follows.
•
Effective transmission distance of 100 meters with category-5 twisted pair cables (both crossover
and straight-through);
•
Effective transmission distance of 100 meters between any interfaces with category-5 twisted pair
cables (both crossover and straight-through);
•
Operating speeds of both 100 Mbps and 10 Mbps and autosensing;
•
Both full duplex (in common use) and half-duplex operating modes.
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Interface attributes
Table 1 Interface attributes of the SIC-4FSW/SIC-4FSW-PoE/DSIC-9FSW/DSIC-9FSW-PoE
Description
Attribute
SIC-4FSW/SIC-4FSW-PoE interface
module
Connector
RJ-45
Interface type
MDI/MDIX
Number of
connectors
Four 100 Mbps RJ-45 connectors
Cable
Standard (straight-through)/cross-over Ethernet cable
Operation mode
10/100 Mbps autosensing, full/half duplex
DSIC-9FSW/DSIC-9FSW-PoE
interface module
Nine 100 Mbps RJ-45 connectors
NOTE:
MDI stands for Media Dependent Interface of the Ethernet. Typically, the interfaces on the network cards
belong to this type. Cross Media Dependent Interface (MDIX) is usually adopted on hubs or LAN switches.
Interface LEDs
The following figure illustrates the SIC-4FSW panel.
Figure 1 SIC-4FSW panel
The following figure illustrates the SIC-4FSW-PoE panel.
Figure 2 SIC-4FSW-PoE panel
The following figure illustrates the DSIC-9FSW panel.
Figure 3 DSIC-9FSW panel
The following figure illustrates the DSIC-9FSW-PoE panel.
2
Figure 4 DSIC-9FSW-PoE panel
On the panel, each port corresponds with one green LED. The following table describes the LEDs on the
panel.
Table 2 LEDs on the panel
LED
Description
Steady ON
A link is present, but there is no data being transmitted or received.
OFF
No link is present.
Blinking
A link is present and there is data being transmitted and received (ACT).
In addition, there is a POE LED on each module, which is provided for the corresponding modules
(SIC-4FSW-POE and DSIC-9FSW-POE) with the POE function.
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about the Ethernet interface cables and the connection methods, see Ethernet
interface under “Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
Ethernet interface module
•
SIC-1FEA
•
SIC-1FEF
•
SIC-1GEC
SIC-1FEA
Introduction
1-port 10Base-T/100Base-TX Ethernet interface module (SIC-1FEA), in which FE stands for Fast Ethernet
and A is used to differentiate SIC-1FEA from the 1FE module. SIC-1FEA is used to implement the
communication between Routers and LANs. It supports:
•
Effective transmission distance of 100 meters with category-5 twisted pair cables;
•
Operating speeds of both 100 Mbps and 10 Mbps and autosensing;
•
Both full duplex (in common use) and half-duplex operating modes.
Interface attributes
The interface attributes of SIC-1FEA are shown in the following table:
Table 3 Interface attributes of SIC-1FEA
Attribute
SIC-1FEA
Connector type
RJ-45
3
Attribute
SIC-1FEA
Interface type
MDI
Number of connectors
1
Cable type
Straight-through Ethernet cable
10/100 Mbps autosensing
Operating mode
Full duplex/half duplex
NOTE:
MDI stands for Media Dependent Interface of the Ethernet. Typically, the interfaces on the network cards
belong to this type. Cross Media Dependent Interface (MDIX) is usually adopted on hubs or LAN switches.
Interface LEDs
SIC-1FEA panel is shown in the following figure:
Figure 5 SIC-1FEA panel
The status description of the LEDs on SIC-1FEA panel is listed in the following table:
Table 4 Description of the LEDs on SIC-1FEA panel
LED
Description
LINK
ACT
•
•
•
•
OFF means no link is present;
ON means a link is present.
OFF means no data is being transmitted or received;
Blinking means data is being received or/and transmitted.
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about the Ethernet interface cables and the connection methods, see Ethernet
interface under “Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
SIC-1FEF
Introduction
SIC-1FEF is short for 1-port 100 Mbps fiber Ethernet interface module, where FE is short for Fast Ethernet
and F for fiber, indicating an optical fiber interface. SIC-1FEF is used for the communication between the
router and LAN.
SIC-1FEF supports:
•
Five types of SFP removable optical interface modules: multimode short-haul (850 nm), single-mode
medium-haul (1310 nm), single-mode long-haul (1310 nm), single-mode long-haul (1550 nm), and
single-mode ultra-long haul (1550 nm).
•
1000 Mbps interface rate
4
Full duplex
•
Interface attributes
The following table describes the interface attributes of the SIC-1FEF. For more information about the
attributes of the optional SFP transceiver modules, see 100-Mbps SFP transceiver module.
Table 5 Interface attributes of SIC-1BSV/SIC-2BSV
Attribute
Description
Number of
connectors
1
Connector
SFP/LC
Interface standard
802.3, 802.3u, and 802.3ab
Operating mode
100 Mbps
Full duplex
Interface LEDs
The following figure illustrates the SIC-1FEF panel:
Figure 6 SIC-1FEF panel
The following table describes the LEDs on the SIC-1FEF panel:
Table 6 LEDs on SIC-1FEF panel
LED
LINK/ACT
Status
Description
OFF
No link is present.
Steady green
The SFP optical module has established a 100 Mbps link.
Blinking green
Data is being received and transmitted.
Steady yellow
Information detection failed.
Fiber ports, optical fibers, and the connection methods
For more information about fiber ports, optical fibers, and the connection methods, see Fiber port under
“Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
SIC-1GEC
Introduction
1-port 10/100/1000 Mbps electrical and fiber Ethernet interface SIC module (SIC-1GEC) has the
following functions:
•
Receipt, transmission and processing of GE data stream;
•
CE electrical and fiber interface access;
5
•
1000/100/10 Mbps on electrical interface;
•
1000 Mbps on fiber interface
Interface attributes
The attributes of SIC-1GEC interface are shown in the following table. For more information about the
attributes of optional SFP transceiver modules, see 1000-Mbps SFP transceiver module.
Table 7 Interface Attributes of the SIC-1GEC
Attribute
Description
Connector
RJ-45
Interface type
MDI
Frame format
•
•
•
•
Ethernet_II
Ethernet_SNAP
IEEE 802.2
IEEE 802.3
10/100/1000 Mbps autosensing
Operation mode
Full/half duplex
NOTE:
SIC-1GEC uses COMBO interface; it cannot support fiber and electrical interfaces at the same time. When
the router is powered on, the electrical interface takes effect by default. To use a fiber interface, configure
it at the command line interface (CLI).
Interface LEDs
The following figure illustrates the SIC-1GEC panel.
Figure 7 SIC-1GEC panel
The following table describes the electrical interface LEDs on the left of the SIC-1GEC panel.
Table 8 LEDs for the electrical interface on the left of the SIC-1GEC panel
LED
LINK
ACT
Description
•
•
•
•
•
•
ON means carrier signal is received;
OFF means no carrier signal is received;
Green: Data is being received and transmitted at a speed of 1000 Mbps.
Yellow: Data is being received and transmitted at a speed of 100/10 Mbps.
OFF: No data is being received and transmitted;
Blinking: Data is being received and transmitted.
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Table 9 LEDs for the fiber interface on the right of the SIC-1GEC panel
LED
Description
LINK
ACT
•
•
•
•
•
•
ON means carrier signal is received;
OFF means no carrier signal is received;
Green: Data is being received and transmitted at a speed of 1000 Mbps;
Yellow: Fault.
OFF: No data is being received and transmitted;
Blinking: Data is being received and transmitted.
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about the Ethernet interface cables and the connection methods, see Ethernet
interface.
For more information about fiber ports, optical fibers, and the connection methods, see Fiber port.
E1/T1 interface module
•
SIC-1E1-F
•
SIC-2E1-F
•
SIC-EPRI
•
SIC-1T1-F
SIC-1E1-F
Introduction
1-port fractional E1 interface module (SIC-1E1-F) supports:
•
Transmission/Receiving and handling of E1 data streams;
•
CE1 (channelized E1) access;
•
Remote loopback and local loopback functions, facilitating fault test and location.
The major differences between a SIC-1E1-F and a SIC-EPRI are:
•
The timeslots on an interface in FE1 mode on the SIC-1E1-F can be bundled to form one interface
(namely, can be bundled into one channel, and the rate of the interface is n × 64 Kbps, where n
ranges from 1 to 31.); however, you may bundle timeslots of a PRI interface on the SIC-EPRI into up
to 31 channel sets.
•
The SIC-1E1-F does not support the PRI mode.
Interface attributes
The interface attributes of SIC-1E1-F are shown in the following table:
Table 10 Interface attributes of SIC-1E1-F
Attribute
Description
Connector type
D15
7
Attribute
Description
Number of connectors
1
Interface standard
G.703, G.704
Interface rate
2.048 Mbps
Cable type
75-ohm unbalanced coaxial cable (D15 to BNC)
E1
Operating modes
CE1
Backup
Supported services
Terminal access
Interface LEDs
SIC-1E1-F panel is shown in the following figure:
Figure 8 SIC-1E1-F panel
The status description of the LEDs is shown in the following table:
Table 11 Description of the LEDs on SIC-1E1-F panel
LED
Description
LINK/ACT
LP/AL
•
•
•
•
•
•
ON means carrier signal has been received.
Blinking means data is being transmitted or received.
OFF means no carrier signal has been received.
ON means the interface is in a loopback.
Blinking means an AIS, LFA, or RAI alarm signal is present.
OFF means neither loopback nor alarm is present.
Note:
AIS = Alarm indication signal; LFA = loss of frame alignment; RAI = Remote alarm indication
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about E1 interface cables, see E1 interface under “Cables and the connection
methods” section of this manual.
SIC-2E1-F
Introduction
2-port fractional E1 interface module (SIC-2E1-F), where F indicates fractional. The SIC-2E1-F supports:
•
Transmission/Receiving and handling of E1 data streams;
•
CE1 (channelized E1) access;
•
Remote loopback and local loopback functions, facilitating fault test and location.
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Interface attributes
The interface attributes of SIC-2E1-F are shown in the following table:
Table 12 Interface attributes of SIC-2E1-F
Attribute
Description
Connector type
D15
Number of connectors
1
Interface standard
G.703, G.704
Interface rate
2.048 Mbps
Cable type
75-ohm unbalanced coaxial cable (D15 to BNC)
E1
Operating modes
CE1
Backup
Supported services
Terminal access
Interface LEDs
SIC-2E1-F panel is shown in the following figure:
Figure 9 SIC-2E1-F panel
The status description of the LEDs is shown in the following table:
Table 13 Description of the LEDs on SIC-2E1-F panel
LED
LINK/ACT
LP/AL
Description
•
•
•
•
•
•
ON means carrier signal has been received.
Blinking means data is being transmitted or received.
OFF means no carrier signal has been received.
ON means the interface is in a loopback.
Blinking means an AIS, LFA, or RAI alarm signal is present.
OFF means neither loopback nor alarm is present.
Note:
AIS = Alarm indication signal; LFA = loss of frame alignment; RAI = Remote alarm indication
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about E1 interface cables, see E1 interface under “Cables and the connection
methods” section of this manual.
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SIC-EPRI
Introduction
1-port channelized E1/CE1/PRI compatible interface module (SIC-EPRI) supports:
•
Transmission/Receiving and handling of E1 data streams;
•
CE1 (channelized E1) access;
•
ISDN PRI function;
•
Remote loopback and local loopback functions, facilitating fault test and location.
It is possible to use the module for multiple purposes through different configurations.
Interface attributes
The interface attributes of SIC-EPRI are shown in the following table:
Table 14 Interface attributes of SIC-EPRI
Attribute
Description
Connector type
D15
Number of connectors
1
Interface standard
G.703, G.704
Interface rate
2.048 Mbps
Cable type
• 75-ohm unbalanced coaxial cable (D15 to BNC)
• 120-ohm balanced twisted-pair cable (D15 to RJ-45)
• Coaxial connector, network interface connector and 75-ohm to
120-ohm adapter
Operating mode
E1
CE1, ISDN PRI
Backup
Supported service
Terminal access
ISDN
Interface LEDs
SIC-EPRI panel is shown in the following figure:
Figure 10 SIC-EPRI panel
The status description of the LEDs is shown in the following table:
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Table 15 Description of the LEDs on SIC-EPRI panel
LED
Description
LINK/ACT
LP/AL
•
•
•
•
•
•
ON means carrier signal has been received.
Blinking means data is being transmitted or received.
OFF means no carrier signal has been received.
ON means the interface is in a loopback.
Blinking means an AIS, LFA, or RAI alarm signal is present.
OFF means neither loopback nor alarm is present.
Note:
AIS = Alarm indication signal; LFA = loss of frame alignment; RAI = Remote alarm indication
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about E1 interface cables, see E1 interface under “Cables and the connection
methods” section of this manual.
SIC-1T1-F
Introduction
1-port Fractional T1 interface module supports:
•
Transmission/Receiving and handling of T1 data streams;
•
Remote loopback and local loopback, facilitating the effective and flexible debugging.
It is possible to use the module for multiple purposes through different configurations.
•
The timeslots on an interface in FT1 mode on the SIC-1T1-F can be bundled to form one interface
(namely, can be bundled into one channel, and the rate of the interface is n × 56 Kbps, where n
ranges from 1 to 24.);
•
The SIC-1T1-F does not support the PRI mode.
Interface attributes
The interface attributes of SIC-1T1-F are shown in the following table:
Table 16 Interface attributes of SIC-1T1-F
Attribute
Description
Connector type
RJ-45
Number of connectors
1
Interface standard
•
•
•
•
•
G.703/T1.102
G.704
AT&T TR 54016
AT&T TR 62411
ANSI T1.403
Interface rate
1.544 Mbps
Cable type
T1 cable (100-ohm standard shielded network cable)
Operating mode
FT1
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Attribute
Description
Supported service
• Backup
• Terminal access
Interface LEDs
SIC-1T1-F panel is shown in the following figure:
Figure 11 SIC-1T1-F panel
The status description of the LEDs is shown in the following table:
Table 17 Description of the LEDs on SIC-1T1-F panel
LED
Description
LINK/ACT
LP/AL
•
•
•
•
•
•
ON means the carrier signal has been received.
OFF means no carrier signal has been received.
Blinking means data is being transmitted or/and received.
ON means the interface is in a loopback.
Blinking means an AIS, LFA, or RAI alarm signal is present.
OFF means no loopback or alarm is present.
Note:
AIS = Alarm indication signal; LFA = loss of frame alignment; RAI = Remote alarm indication
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about T1 interface cables and the connection methods, see T1 interface under
“Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
Serial interface module
•
SIC-8AS
•
SIC-16AS
•
SIC-1SAE
SIC-8AS
Introduction
The 8-port asynchronous serial interface module (SIC-8AS) mainly transmits and processes asynchronous
data streams.
SIC-8AS has these features:
•
Each asynchronous serial port provides a rate up to 115.2 Kbps.
•
Supports the terminal access service and asynchronous dedicated line.
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Serves as the small-/medium-sized ISP dial-up access server when an asynchronous serial port is
•
used for dial-up.
Interface attributes
The following table describes the interface attributes of SIC-8AS.
Table 18 Interface attributes of SIC-8AS
Attribute
Description
Connector
DB60
Number of connectors
1
Interface cable
Customized cable with 8-port RJ-45 connector
Interface standard
RS232
Minimum baud rate
300 bps
Maximum baud rate
115.2 Kbps
Supported services
•
•
•
•
Modem dial-up
Backup
Terminal access service
Asynchronous dedicated line
Interface LEDs
The following figure illustrates the SIC-8AS front panel:
Figure 12 SIC-8AS front panel
The following table describes the LEDs on the SIC-8AS panel:
Table 19 LEDs on SIC-8AS panel
LED
Description
LINK/ACT
• OFF means no link is present;
• ON means a link is present.
• Blinking means data is being received or/and transmitted.
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about asynchronous serial port cables, see Asynchronous serial ports under
“Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
SIC-16AS
Introduction
The 16-port asynchronous serial interface module (SIC-16AS) mainly transmits and processes
asynchronous data streams.
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SIC-16AS features the following:
•
Each asynchronous serial port provides a rate of up to 115.2 Kbps.
•
Supports the terminal access service and asynchronous dedicated line.
•
Serves as the small-/medium-sized ISP dial-up access server when an asynchronous serial port is
used for dial-up.
Interface attributes
The following table describes the interface attributes of the SIC-16AS.
Table 20 Interface attributes of SIC-16AS
Attribute
Description
Connector
D28 (male)
Number of connectors
1
Interface cable
Customized cable with 16-port RJ-45 connector (female)
Interface standard
RS232
Minimum baud rate
300 bps
Maximum baud rate
115.2 Kbps
Supported services
•
•
•
•
Modem dial-up
Backup
Terminal access service
Asynchronous dedicated line
Interface LEDs
The following figure illustrates the SIC-16AS panel:
Figure 13 SIC-16AS panel
The following table describes the LEDs on the SIC-16AS panel:
Table 21 LEDs on SIC-16AS panel
LED
Description
LINK/ACT
• OFF means no link is present;
• ON means a link is present.
• Blinking means data is being received or/and transmitted.
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about asynchronous serial port cables, see Asynchronous serial ports under
“Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
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SIC-1SAE
Introduction
SIC-1SAE, 1-port enhanced high-speed synchronous/asynchronous serial interface module, provides
functions similar to SA, but its serial interfaces support more protocols, such as RS449, X.21, and RS530.
Interface attributes
The interface attributes of the SIC-1SAE are shown in the following table:
Table 22 Interface attributes of the SIC-1SAE
Attribute
Description
Synchronous
Asynchronous
Connector
D28
Number of connectors
1
Interface standard and
operating mode
V.24
V.35, RS449, X.21,
RS530
DTE, DCE
DTE, DCE
1200
1200
300
64 k
2.048 M
115.2
Minimum baud rate
(bps)
Maximum baud rate
(bps)
RS232
V.24 (RS232) DTE cable
V.24 (RS232) DCE cable
V.35 DTE cable
V.35 DCE cable
Cable
X.21 DTE cable
X.21 DCE cable
RS449 DTE cable
RS449 DCE cable
RS530 DTE cable
RS530 DCE cable
Supported service
• DDN leased line
• Terminal access service
Interface LEDs
SIC-1SAE panel is shown in the following figure:
Figure 14 SIC-1SAE panel
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•
•
•
•
Dialup through modems
Backup
Asynchronous leased line
Terminal access
Description of the LEDs on SIC-1SAE panel is shown in the following table:
Table 23 LEDs on SIC-1SAE panel
LED
Description
LINK
ACT
•
•
•
•
OFF means no link is present;
ON means a link is present.
OFF means no data is being transmitted or received;
Blinking means data is being received or/and transmitted.
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about synchronous/asynchronous serial port cables and connection methods,
see Synchronous/asynchronous serial ports under “Cables and the connection methods” section of this
manual.
XDSL interface module
•
DSIC-1SHDSL-8W
•
SIC-1ADSL
•
SIC-1ADSL-I
DSIC-1SHDSL-8W
Introduction
A 1-port 8-wire (4-pair) high-speed digital subscriber line interface module (DSIC-1SHDSL-8W) supports
symmetric link rate of up to 22.76 Mbps.
The G. SHDSL provides symmetric uplink and downlink and transmission rates of 192 kbps to 2312 kbps.
Developed from G. SHDSL, the G.SHDSL.BIS provides a higher-speed negotiation rate and supports
scalability of multi-pair wires in addition to the functions of the G. SHDSL.
The DSIC-1SHDSL-8W delivers these features:
•
Communications in the ATM/EFM mode
•
Manual/automatic switchover between the ATM and EFM mode
•
Supporting using four/three/two/one pair(s) of wires.
Interface attributes
Table 24 Interface attributes of the DSIC-1SHDSL-8W
Attribute
DSIC-1SHDSL-8W
Connector
RJ-45
Number of connectors
1
Interface standard
ITU-T G991.2 ANNEX A, ANNEX B, ANNEX F, ANNEX G
ITU-T G994.1 handshaking
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Attribute
DSIC-1SHDSL-8W
Interface rate
•
•
•
•
5.69 Mbps (1 pair mode)
11.38 Mbps (2 pair mode)
17.07 Mbps (3 pair mode)
22.76 Mbps (4 pair mode)
Cable
Telephone cable with ferrite core (one RJ-45 connector converts to two
RJ-11 connectors.)
Operation mode
• ATM
• EFM
Supported services
G.SHDSL over the regular telephone line
Interface LEDs
The following figure illustrates the DSIC-1SHDSL-8W panel.
Figure 15 DSIC-1SHDSL-8W panel
The following table describes the LEDs on the module panel.
Table 25 LEDs on the DSIC-1SHDSL-8W panel
LED
Description
LINK/ACT (P0-P3)
•
•
•
•
ON means a carrier signal is received.
OFF means no carrier signals is received.
Fast blinking means data is being received or/and transmitted.
Slow blinking means the module is negotiating rates.
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about G.SHDSL interface cables and the connection methods, see G.SHDSL
interface under “Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
SIC-1ADSL
Introduction
A 1-port ADSL over PSTN interface module (SIC-1ADSL) provides an RJ-11 interface that can work as a
WAN interface. It allows a LAN subscriber to connect to the digital subscriber's loop access multiplexer
(DSLAM) at the central office over a regular analog subscriber line or telephone line. Thus, the subscriber
can access the ATM/IP backbone or the Internet to enjoy services such as high-speed data
communication and video on demand (VoD).
ADSL transmits data in the high frequency band above 26 kHz. Therefore, it can provide services without
interfering with the voice service being provided in the low frequency band (0 to 4 kHz) on the same line.
It provides downlink rates in the range 32 kbps to 8 Mbps and uplink rates in the range 32 kbps to 1
Mbps.
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The SIC-1ADSL delivers these features:
•
Manual ADSL line activation and deactivation, providing a convenient fault location means.
•
Interface standards of G. DMT, G. Lite, and T1.413, auto-sensing.
•
Trellis coding (except for G. Lite) on ADSL interfaces, enhancing the stability of ADSL connection.
Interface attributes
Table 26 Interface attributes of the SIC-1ADSL
Attribute
SIC-1ADSL
Connector
RJ-11
Number of connectors
1
• In ADSL full rate mode (ITU-T 992.1 G.DMT/ANSI T1.413):
8 Mbps (downlink rate)
1024 kbps (uplink rate)
• In ADSL Lite mode (ITU-T 992.2 G.Lite):
64 kbps to 1 Mbps (downlink rate)
Interface rate
64 kbps to 512 kbps (uplink rate)
• In ADSL2+ full rate mode (ITU-T 992.5):
24 Mbps (downlink rate)
1024 kbps (uplink rate)
Interface standard
•
•
•
•
•
ITU-T 992.1 G.DMT
ITU-T 992.2 G.Lite
ANSI T1.413 Issue 2
ITU-T 992.3
ITU-T 992.5
Cable
Telephone cable
Supported service
ADSL over the regular telephone line
Interface LEDs
The following figure illustrates the SIC-1ADSL panel.
Figure 16 SIC-1ADSL panel
The following table describes the LEDs on the module panel.
Table 27 LEDs on the SIC-1ADSL panel
LED
Description
LINK
• OFF means the loop is inactive.
• ON means the loop has been activated and has entered the data mode
• Blinking means the loop is being activated.
ACT
OFF means no data is being transmitted or received; blinking means data is being received
or/and transmitted.
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Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about ADSL interface cables and the connection methods, see ADSL / BS / FXS /
FXO interface under “Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
SIC-1ADSL-I
Introduction
SIC-1ADSL-I, the 1-port ADSL over ISDN interface module, uses the RJ-11 connector for the WAN interface.
It allows a LAN subscriber to connect to the DSLAM at the central office over a regular analog subscriber
line or telephone line. Thus, the subscriber can access the ATM/IP backbone or the Internet to enjoy
services such as high-speed data communication and video on demand (VoD).
The module transmits data in the high frequency band above 138 kHz. Therefore, it can provide services
on the same line without interfering with the ISDN service being provided on the same line. It provides
downlink rates in the range 32 kbps to 8 Mbps and uplink rates in the range 32 kbps to 1 Mbps.
The SIC-1ADSL-I interface module delivers these features:
•
Manual ADSL line activation and deactivation, providing a convenient fault location means.
•
A G.992.1-compliant interface, auto-sensing.
•
Trellis coding on ADSL interfaces, enhancing the stability of ADSL connection.
Interface attributes
The following table describes the interface attributes of the SIC-1ADSL-I.
Table 28 Interface attributes of the SIC-1ADSL-I
Attribute
1ADSL-I
Connector
RJ-11
Number of connectors
1
•
•
•
•
•
•
Interface standard
Interface rate
ITU-T 992.1 G.DMT
ANSI T1.413 Issue 2
ITU-T 992.3
ITU-T 992.5
Downlink: 8 Mbps
Uplink: 1024 kbps
Interface cable
Regular telephone cable
Supported services
ADSL over ISDN
Interface LEDs
The following figures illustrate the SIC-1ADSL-I panel:
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Figure 17 SIC-1ADSL-I panel
The following table describes the LEDs on the SIC-1ADSL-I panels.
Table 29 LEDs on the SIC-1ADSL-I panel
LED
Description
LINK
ACT
•
•
•
•
OFF means no link is present;
ON means a link is present.
OFF means no data is being transmitted or received.
Blinking means data is being received or/and transmitted.
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about ADSL interface cables and the connection methods, see ADSL / BS / FXS /
FXO interface under “Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
ISDN BRI interface module
SIC-1BS
•
SIC-1BS
Introduction
A 1-port ISDN BRI S/T interface module (SIC-1BS) mainly transmits and processes ISDN BRI S/T traffic
flows.
Both SIC-1BS has two working modes: dial-up and leased line.
Interface attributes
The following table describes the interface attributes of SIC-1BS/SIC-2BS and SIC-1BU/SIC-2BU.
Table 30 Interface attributes of SIC-1BS/SIC-2BS and SIC-1BU/SIC-2BU.
Attribute
Description
Connector
RJ-45
Number of connectors
1
Cable type
Telephone cable with ferrite core
Interface standard
Working mode
•
•
•
•
•
ITU-T I.430
Q.921
Q.931
ISDN Dial-up
ISDN leased line
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Attribute
Description
Supported services
•
•
•
•
•
ISDN
ISDN supplementary services
Multi-subscriber number
Sub-address
Backup
Interface LEDs
The following figures illustrate the SIC-1BS panel.
Figure 18 SIC-1BS panel
The following table describes the LEDs on SIC-1BS panel.
Table 31 LEDs on SIC-1BS panel.
LED
Description
B1
B2
ACT
ON
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
OFF indicates the B1 channel is idle.
Blinking indicates the B1 channel is being used for data communication.
OFF indicates the B2 channel is idle.
Blinking indicates the B1 channel is being used for data communication.
OFF indicates the inactive state.
Steady ON indicates the active state.
OFF indicates the interface module is powered off.
ON indicates the interface module is powered on.
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about BS interface cables and the connection methods, see ADSL / BS / FXS / FXO
interface under “Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
Voice interface module
•
SIC-1FXS
•
SIC-1FXO
•
SIC-2FXS
•
SIC-2FXO
•
SIC-2FXS1FXO
•
DSIC-4FXS1FXO
•
SIC-2BSV
•
SIC-1VE1
•
SIC-1VT1
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SIC-1FXS/SIC-1FXO/SIC-2FXS/SIC-2FXO
Introduction
1/2-port voice subscriber circuit interface module (SIC-1FXS/SIC-2FXS) and 1/2-port voice AT0 analog
trunk interface module (SIC-1FXO/SIC-2FXO) serve to access and handle 1/2 channel(s) of analog
voice signals over data communication networks. The differences between SIC-FXS and SIC-FXO are
listed below:
SIC-FXS modules are analog subscriber line modules that provide ordinary analog telephone and
•
fax access and also can connect AT0 loop trunks of exchanges;
SIC-FXO modules are loop trunk modules that provide access of common subscriber lines of
•
exchanges.
Interface attributes
The interface attributes of SIC-1FXS/SIC-1FXO and SIC-2FXS/SIC-2FXO are shown in the following table:
Table 32 Interface attributes of SIC-1FXS/SIC-1FXO and SIC-2FXS/SIC-2FXO
Attribute
Description
Connector type
RJ-11
Number of connectors
1 (SIC-1FXS/SIC-1FXO)
2 (SIC-2FXS/SIC-2FXO)
• Subscriber circuit interface (SIC-1FXS/SIC-2FXS) compliant with ITU
Interface standard
Q.512.
• Loop trunk interface (SIC-1FXO/SIC-2FXO) compliant with ITU Q.552.
• Over-current and over-voltage protection compliant with ITU K.20
Cable type
Telephone cable with ferrite core.
Dialing mode
Supports DTMF, not supports pulse dial-up.
Bandwidth
300 Hz to 3400 Hz
Interface LEDs
•
SIC-1FXS/SIC-1FXO panel
Figure 19 SIC-1FXS panel
Figure 20 SIC-1FXO panel
•
SIC-2FXS/SIC-2FXO panel
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Figure 21 SIC-2FXS panel
Figure 22 SIC-2FXO panel
The status description of the LEDs of SIC-1FXS/SIC-1FXO and SIC-2FXS/SIC-2FXO is shown in the
following table:
Table 33 Description of the LEDs on SIC-1FXS/SIC-1FXO and SIC-2FXS/SIC-2FXO panels
LED
Description
LINK
ACT
•
•
•
•
OFF means the link is idle.
ON means the link is being occupied for call connection.
OFF means the link is idle.
ON means the link is being occupied for communication.
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about FXS/FXO interface cables and the connection methods, see ADSL / BS /
FXS / FXO interface under “Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
SIC-2FXS1FXO
Introduction
2-port analog subscriber circuit interface module and 1-port voice AT0 loop trunk interface module
(SIC-2FXS1FXO) serve to access and handle three channels of analog voice signals over data
communication networks. Two FXS interfaces and one FXO interface are available on a SIC-2FXS1FXO
module:
•
FXS interfaces are analog subscriber line interfaces that provide ordinary analog telephone and
fax access and also can connect AT0 loop trunks of exchanges;
•
FXO interfaces are loop trunk interfaces that provide access of common subscriber lines of
exchanges.
Interface attributes
Table 34 Interface attributes of the SIC-2FXS1FXO module
Attribute
Description
Connector type
RJ-11
Number of connectors
2 FXS interfaces
1 FXO interface
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Attribute
Description
Interface standard
• Supports subscriber circuit interface (FXS), compliant with ITU Q.512
• Supports loop trunk interface (FXO), compliant with ITU Q.552
• Over-current and over-voltage protection compliant with ITU K.20
Cable type
Telephone cable with ferrite core
Dial-up mode
Supports DTMF, compliant with GB3378, but does not support pulse dial-up.
Bandwidth
300 Hz to 3400 Hz
Interface LEDs
SIC-2FXS1FXO panel is shown in the following figure:
Figure 23 SIC-2FXS1FXO panel
The following table describes the LEDs on the SIC-2FXS1FXO panel:
Table 35 Description of the LEDs on the SIC-2FXS1FXO panel
LED
Description
LINK/ACT
• OFF means the link is idle.
• ON (Green) means the link is being occupied for call connection.
• Blinking (Yellow) means the link is being occupied for communication.
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about FXS/FXO interface cables and the connection methods, see ADSL / BS /
FXS / FXO interface under “Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
DSIC-4FXS1FXO
Introduction
4-port analog subscriber circuit interface module and 1-port voice AT0 loop trunk interface module
(DSIC-4FXS1FXO) serve to access and handle five channels of analog voice signals over data
communication networks.
•
FXS interfaces are analog subscriber line interfaces that provide ordinary analog telephone and
fax access and also can connect AT0 loop trunks of exchanges;
•
FXO interfaces are loop trunk interfaces that provide access of common subscriber lines of
exchanges.
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Interface attributes
Table 36 Interface attributes of the DSIC-4FXS1FXO.
Attribute
Description
Connector type
RJ-11
Number of connectors
4 FXS interfaces
1 FXO interface
Interface standard
• Supports subscriber circuit interface (FXS), compliant with ITU Q.512
• Supports loop trunk interface (FXO), compliant with ITU Q.552
• Over-current and over-voltage protection compliant with ITU K.20
Cable type
Telephone cable with ferrite core
Dial-up mode
Supports DTMF, compliant with GB3378, but does not support pulse dial-up.
Bandwidth
300 Hz to 3400 Hz
Interface LEDs
The following table shows the DSIC-4FXS1FXO panel.
Figure 24 DSIC-4FXS1FXO panel
The following table describes the LEDs on the DSIC-4FXS1FXO panel.
Table 37 Description of the LEDs on the DSIC-4FXS1FXO panel
LED
Description
LINK/ACT
• OFF means the link is idle.
• ON (Green) means the link is being occupied for call connection.
• Blinking (Yellow) means the link is being occupied for communication.
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about FXS/FXO interface cables and the connection methods, see ADSL / BS /
FXS / FXO interface under “Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
SIC-1BSV/SIC-2BSV
Introduction
SIC-2BSV is short for 2-port ISDN BRI S/T voice interface module, which is mainly used to process
(receive/transmit and compress/decompress) the ISDN interface voice traffic. The interface(s) on the
SIC-2BSV module is (are) ITU-T I.430-compliant, adopting pseudo-ternary coding, providing 192 Kbps
interface rate, and allowing the maximum transmission distance of 1 km (0.6 mi.) in point-to-point mode.
In the upstream direction, the SIC-2BSV module can be connected to a user interface on an ISDN switch
to receive and decompress, compress and transmit ISDN BRI digital voice traffic. In the downstream
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direction, the module can be connected to a TE device to forward the voice packets from the TE device
to the Internet through a WAN interface on the router, thus implementing VoIP. The module has the
following features.
A BSV interface supports two modes: user and network, respectively for connecting an ISDN
•
network and a TE device.
When a BSV interface works in network mode, traffic is processed as follows: The digital voice
•
traffic received on the BSV interface is compressed and forwarded through the CPU on the main
control board to a WAN interface. The IP voice traffic received on a WAN interface is forwarded
through the CPU on the main control board to SIC-2BSV, where the traffic is decompressed and sent
to the TE device.
When a BSV interface works in user mode, traffic is processed as follows: The digital voice traffic
•
received from the B channels on the BSV interface is decompressed and forwarded through the CPU
on the main control board to a local FXS or FXO analog voice interface. The voice signals received
on the local FXS or FXO analog voice interface are processed by VoIP and forwarded through the
CPU on the main control board to SIC-2BSV, where the traffic is compressed and sent out of the BSV
interface to the ISDN switch.
Working in conjunction with the FXS or FXO analog voice interface modules, SIC-2BSV provides
•
flexibility in voice call routing.
•
The ISDN BRI D channel signaling is processed separately on CPU.
•
A BSV interface supports remote power supply and thus can be connected directly to an ISDN
phone, saving extra power supply device.
The SIC-2BSV is dedicated to voice applications, which is different from the BS interface modules
•
where BRI data applications are supported.
Interface attributes
Table 38 Interface attributes of SIC-2BSV
Attribute
SIC-2BSV
Connector
RJ-45
Number of connectors
2
Interface standard
ITU-T I.430, Q.921, Q.931
Interface rate
192 Kbps
Cable
ISDN S interface cable
Supported service
Voice access over ISDN S interface cable
Interface LEDs
The following figure illustrates the SIC-2BSV panel.
Figure 25 SIC-2BSV panel
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The following table describes the LEDs on SIC-2BSV panel.
Table 39 LEDs on SIC-2BSV panel
LED
B1
B2
Description
Green
Blinking indicates data is being transmitted or received on B1 channel.
Green
Blinking indicates data is being transmitted or received on B2 channel.
Yellow
ACT
ON
• Blinking indicates the link is being activated.
• Steady ON indicates the link is active.
Green, power LED.
Steady ON indicates the module is powered on.
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about BSV interface cables and the connection methods, see BSV/BSE interface
under “Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
SIC-1VE1
Introduction
1-port E1 voice interface module (SIC-1VE1) can handle dense voice signals in VoIP system. It provides a
CE1/PRI/R2 port, allowing the access of 30 channels of voice signals.
Interface attributes
Table 40 Interface Attributes of the SIC-1VE1
Attribute
Description
Connector
DB 15
Number of connector
1
Interface standard
G.703, G.704
Interface rate
2.048 Mbps
Frame format
Cable type
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Ethernet_II
Ethernet_SNAP
IEEE 802.2
IEEE 802.3
75-ohm unbalanced coaxial cable
120-ohm balanced twisted pair cable
Coaxial connector, network interface connector and 75-ohm to
120-ohm adapter (with BNC connector)
CE1
Operation mode
ISDN PRI (only supported by SIC-1VE1)
R2
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Attribute
Description
Services
• Backup
• Terminal access
• ISDN (only supported by SIC-1VE1)
Interface LEDs
The following figure illustrates the SIC-1VE1 panel.
Figure 26 SIC-1VE1 panel
The following table describes the LEDs on the SIC-1VE1 panel.
Table 41 LEDs for the electrical interface on the left of SIC-1GEC panel
LED
LINK/ACT
LP/AL
Description
•
•
•
•
•
•
ON means carrier signal has been received.
Blinking means data is being transmitted or received.
OFF means no carrier signal has been received.
ON means the interface is in a loopback.
Blinking means an AIS, LFA, or RAI alarm signal is present.
OFF means neither loopback nor alarm is present.
Note:
AIS = Alarm indication signal; LFA = loss of frame alignment; RAI = Remote alarm indication
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about E1 interface cables, see E1 interface under “Cables and the connection
methods” section of this manual.
SIC-1VT1
Introduction
1-port T1 voice interface module (SIC-1VT1) can handle dense voice signals in VoIP system. It provides a
CT1/PRI/R2 port, allowing the access of 23 channels of voice signals.
Interface attributes
Table 42 Interface Attributes of the SIC-1T1-F
Attribute
Description
Connector
RJ-45
Number of connector
1
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Attribute
Description
Interface standard
•
•
•
•
•
G.703/T1.102
G.704
AT&T TR 54016
AT&T TR 62411
ANSI T1.403
Interface rate
1.544 Mbps
Cable type
T1 cable (100-ohm standard shielded cable)
CT1
Operation mode
ISDN PRI
Backup
Services
Terminal access
ISDN
Interface LEDs
The following figure illustrates the SIC-1VT1 panel.
Figure 27 SIC-1VT1 panel
The following table describes the LEDs on the SIC-1VT1 panel.
Table 43 Description of SIC-1VT1 LED
LED
Description
LINK/ACT
LP/AL
•
•
•
•
•
•
ON means carrier signal has been received.
Blinking means data is being transmitted or received.
OFF means no carrier signal has been received.
ON means the interface is in a loopback.
Blinking means an AIS, LFA, or RAI alarm signal is present.
OFF means neither loopback nor alarm is present.
Note:
AIS = Alarm indication signal; LFA = loss of frame alignment; RAI = Remote alarm indication
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about T1 interface cables and the connection methods, see T1 interface under
“Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
WLAN interface module
•
SIC-WLAN-b/g/n
•
SIC-WLAN-b/g/n(NA)
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SIC-WLAN-b/g/n / SIC-WLAN-b/g/n(NA)
Introduction
The SIC-WLAN-b/g/n module serves to receive and send 802.11b/g/n WIFI protocol data. Two
external antennas are available on the module, supporting 802.11b/g/n standard and working on the
2.4 G channel.
The SIC-WLAN-b/g/n (NA) modules are applicable only in North America, and the area code is fixed
at NA. The other attributes of the SIC-WLAN-b/g/n (NA) modules are the same as the
SIC-WLAN-b/g/n modules.
Interface attributes
Table 44 Interface attributes of the SIC-WLAN-b/g/n module
Attribute
Interface standard
Description
Supports 802.11b/g/n standard.
Works at the 2.4 G channel.
54 Mbps
Rate
300Mbps (40MHz)
130Mbps(20MHz)
Operating mode
CCK+ OFDM + 2*2 Radio MIMO
WLAN Layer 2/Layer 3 access
Services
WLAN encryption
WLAN security
Interface LEDs
SIC-WLAN-b/g/n panel is shown in the following figure:
Figure 28 SIC-WLAN-b/g/n panel
The following table describes the LEDs on the SIC-WLAN-b/g/n panel:
Table 45 Description of the LEDs on the SIC-WLAN-b/g/n panel
LED
Description
LINK/ACT
• OFF: The link is idle.
• Steady green means a link is present and a call connection is being established.
• Blinking yellow means a link is present and there is a call activity.
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about WLAN interface cables and the connection methods, see WLAN interface
under “Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
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3G interface module
•
SIC-3G-GSM
•
SIC-3G-HSPA
SIC-3G-GSM
Introduction
The SIC-3G-GSM module serves to access 3G networks. It supports:
•
GPRS
•
EDGE
•
UMTS
•
HSDPA
Interface attributes
Table 46 Interface attributes of the SIC-3G-GSM module
Attribute
Description
TNC: For connecting an antenna and accessing WLANs.
Connector type
Number of connectors
Interface standard
Cable type
RJ-45: For connecting to a third-party WLAN debugging and testing software
such as CAIT of Qualcomm.
1 TNC RF
1 RJ-45
TNC RF: Omni antenna, supporting GPRS/EDGE/UMTS/HSDPA.
RJ-45: RS232
TNC RF: None
RJ-45: AUX cable
Rates
•
HSDPA (downlink: 7.2 Mbps)
•
HSUPA (uplink: 5.76 Mbps)
•
UMTS (downlink: 384 Mbps, uplink: 384 Kbps)
•
EDGE (downlink: 236.8 Kbps, uplink: 236.8 Kbps)
• GPRS (downlink: 85.6 Kbps, uplink: 85.6 Kbps)
Services
GPRS/EDGE/UMTS/HSDPA
Interface LEDs
SIC-3G-GSM panel is shown in the following figure:
Figure 29 SIC-3G-GSM panel
The following table describes the LEDs on the SIC-3G-GSM panel:
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Table 47 Description of the LEDs on the SIC-3G-GSM panel
LED
Description
WWAN
RSSI
UMTS
HSDPA
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Steady green means that a link is present.
Blinking green means that data is being transmitted or received.
Steady green means strong signal.
Blinking green means middle or low signal.
OFF means weak signal or no signal.
Steady yellow means the service is valid.
OFF means no service.
Steady yellow means the service is valid.
OFF means no service.
Antenna, interface cable, and the connection method
For more information about SIC-3G-GSM interface cables and the connection methods, see 3G interface
under “Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
SIC-3G-HSPA
Introduction
The SIC-3G-HSPA module serves to access 3G networks. It supports:
•
GPRS
•
EDGE
•
UMTS
•
HSDPA
Interface attributes
Table 48 Interface attributes of the SIC-3G-HSPA module
Attribute
Description
TNC: For connecting an antenna and accessing WLANs.
Connector type
Number of connectors
Interface standard
Cable type
Rates
RJ-45: For connecting to a third-party WLAN debugging and testing software
such as CAIT of Qualcomm.
2 TNC RF
1 RJ-45
TNC RF: Omni antenna, supporting GPRS/EDGE/UMTS/HSDPA.
RJ-45: RS232
TNC RF: None
RJ-45: AUX cable
•
HSDPA (downlink: 7.2 Mbps)
•
HSUPA (uplink: 5.76 Mbps)
•
UMTS (downlink: 384 Mbps, uplink: 384 Kbps)
•
EDGE (downlink: 236.8 Kbps, uplink: 236.8 Kbps)
• GPRS (downlink: 85.6 Kbps, uplink: 85.6 Kbps)
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Attribute
Description
Services
GPRS/EDGE/UMTS/HSDPA
Supported wireless band
850/900/1900/2100MHz WCDMA/HSDPA/HSUPA
850/900/1800/1900MHz GPRS/EDGE
Interface LEDs
SIC-3G-HSPA panel is shown in the following figure:
Figure 30 SIC-3G-HSPA panel
The following table describes the LEDs on the SIC-3G-HSPA panel:
Table 49 Description of the LEDs on the SIC-3G-HSPA panel
LED
WWAN
RSSI
UMTS
HSDPA
Description
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Steady green means that a link is present.
Blinking green means that data is being transmitted or received.
Steady green means strong signal.
Blinking green means middle or low signal.
OFF means weak signal or no signal.
Steady yellow means the service is valid.
OFF means no service.
Steady yellow means the service is valid.
OFF means no service.
Antenna, interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about SIC-3G-GSM interface cables and the connection methods, see 3G interface
under “Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
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MIM/DMIM/XMIM
For the modular A-MSR series routers, a wide range of optional MIM/DMIMs are available, which
provide abundant interfaces, such as synchronous/asynchronous serial interface, Ethernet interface,
E1/T1, ISDN BRI/PRI, audio interface, Layer 2 switching interface, and so on.
Among the Layer 2 switching interface modules, neither the XMIM-16FSW nor the XMIM-24FSW
supports the PoE function, while the MIM-16FSW and the DMIM-24FSW support the PoE function to
provide -48 VDC power to remote PDs (such as IP phone, WLAN AP, network camera) through
straight-through network cables as long as installed in a PoE router.
Ethernet switching module
•
MIM-16FSW
•
MIM-16FSW-PoE
•
DMIM-24FSW
•
DMIM-24FSW-PoE
•
XMIM-16FSW
•
XMIM-24FSW
XMIM-16FSW/XMIM-24FSW
Introduction
XMIM-16FSW and XMIM-24FSW are a 16-port 10/100 Mbps Ethernet Layer 2 switching MIM interface
module and a 24-port 10/100 Mbps Ethernet Layer 2 switching MIM interface module, which can be
installed on the A-MSR 30-11. Each XMIM-16FSW provides 16 ordinary 10/100 Mbps RJ-45 connector
interfaces, while each XMIM-24FSW provides twenty-four 10/100 Mbps RJ-45 connector interfaces.
Both XMIM-16FSW and XMIM-24FSW are suitable for a small enterprise network to serve as a switching
& routing device, which can be directly connected to PCs and network devices of the enterprise.
XMIM-16FSW and XMIM-24FSW support the following functions:
•
A transmission distance of 100 meters (328.1 ft.) when connected with a category-5 twisted pair
cable (crossover or straight-through cable).
•
100 Mbps wire-speed forwarding between any ports when connected with a category-5 twisted
pair cable (crossover or straight-through cable).
•
Auto-sensing at a rate of 10 Mbps or 100 Mbps.
•
Full duplex and half duplex, of which full duplex is common.
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Interface attributes
Table 50 Interface attributes of XMIM-16FSW/XMIM-24FSW
Attributes
XMIM-16FSW/XMIM-24FSW
Connector type
RJ-45
Interface type
MDI/MDIX
Number of
connectors
16 × 100 Mbps RJ-45 connector/24 × 100 Mbps RJ-45 connector
Cable type
Standard (straight-through) Ethernet cable/crossover Ethernet cable
Operation mode
Auto-sensing 10M/100 Mbps, full duplex/half duplex
NOTE:
Ethernet interfaces on network adapters are usually medium dependent interfaces (MDIs). Cross medium
dependent interfaces (MDIXs) are another type of Ethernet interfaces, which are usually used on hubs and
LAN Switches.
Interface LEDs
Figure 31 shows the XMIM-16FSW panel.
Figure 31 XMIM-16FSW panel
Figure 32 shows the XMIM-24FSW panel.
Figure 32 XMIM-24FSW panel
Each 10/100 Mbps Ethernet interface on the panel has two corresponding LEDs. One is yellow and the
other is green. Table 51 describes these LEDs.
Table 51 LEDs of the XMIM-16FSW/XMIM-24FSW FE port
LED status
Description
Green LED (LINK)
• ON: A link is present.
• OFF: No link is present.
Yellow LED (ACT)
• Blinking: Data is being received and sent on the port.
• OFF: No data is being received or sent on the port.
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Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about the Ethernet interface cables and the connection methods, see Ethernet
interface under “Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
MIM-16FSW/MIM-16FSW-PoE/DMIM-24FSW/DMIM-24FS
W-PoE
Introduction
The
16/24-port
10/100
Mbps
Ethernet
Layer
2
switching
MIM
interface
modules
(MIM-16FSW/MIM-16FSW-PoE and DMIM-24FSW/DMIM-24FSW-PoE) are applicable to A-MSR 30
series routers. A router installed with MIM-16FSW or DMIM-24FSW can work as a switching/routing
integrated device on a small-sized enterprise network to connect PCs and network devices inside the
network directly. MIM-16FSW-PoE/DMIM-24FSW-PoE can supply power to PDs through PoE.
The interfaces provided on the MIM-16FSW and DMIM-24FSW module are as follows:
•
16 × 10/100 Mbps RJ-45 connector interfaces on the MIM-16FSW module
•
24 × 10/100 Mbps RJ-45 connector interfaces on the DMIM-24FSW module
•
2 × 10/100/1000 Mbps (gigabit) RJ-45 connector electrical interfaces on the DMIM-24FSW
module
•
2 × SFP fiber interfaces (Fiber interfaces and gigabit electrical interfaces share the MAC layer) on
the DMIM-24FSW module
The interface modules support:
•
100 meters (328.1 ft.) of transmission distance over the category-5 twisted-pair cable
•
100 meters (328.1 ft.) of transmission distance between any interfaces over the category-5
twisted-pair cable
•
Operation at 100 Mbps and 10 Mbps, autosensing
•
Full duplex and half-duplex, with the former in common use
•
24FSW provides two Combo interfaces as shown in Table 52. By default, the electrical interfaces
take effect.
Interface attributes
The interface attributes of the MIM-16FSW/MIM-16FSW-PoE /DMIM-24FSW/DMIM-24FSW-PoE are
shown in the following table:
Table 52 Interface attributes of the MIM-16FSW/MIM-16FSW-PoE/DMIM-24FSW/DMIM-24FSW-PoE
Attribute
MIM-16FSW/MIM-16FSW-PoE
module
DMIM-24FSW/DMIM-24FSW-PoE
module
Connector
RJ-45
RJ-45 + SFP fiber interface
Interface type
MDI/MDIX
MDI/MDIX + SFP fiber interface
Number of connectors
16 × 100 Mbps RJ-45 connectors
• 24 × 100 Mbps RJ-45 connectors
• Two 1000 Mbps RJ-45 connectors
• Two SFP connectors
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Attribute
MIM-16FSW/MIM-16FSW-PoE
module
DMIM-24FSW/DMIM-24FSW-PoE
module
Cable type
Straight-through and crossover
Ethernet cable
Straight-through and crossover Ethernet
cable; Fiber interface supports SFP fiber
module
• 24 × 100 Mbps electrical interface:
10/100 Mbps autosensing
Operating mode
10/100 Mbps autosensing
• 2 × gigabit electrical interface:
10/100/1000 Mbps autosensing
Full/half duplex
• 2 × gigabit fiber interface: gigabit SFP
fiber interface
NOTE:
MDI stands for Media Dependent Interface of the Ethernet. Typically, the interfaces on the network cards
belong to this type. MDIX stands for Cross Media Dependent Interface, which is usually adopted on hubs
or LAN switches.
Interface LEDs
MIM-16FSW panel is shown in the following figure:
Figure 33 MIM-16FSW panel
MIM-16FSW-PoE panel is shown in the following figure:
Figure 34 MIM-16FSW-PoE panel
DMIM-24FSW panel is shown in the following figure:
Figure 35 DMIM-24FSW panel
DMIM-24FSW-PoE panel is shown in the following figure:
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Figure 36 DMIM-24FSW-PoE panel
On the panel, each 10/100 Mbps interface corresponds to a green LED. The following table describes
the status of these LEDs.
Table 53 Description of the MIM-16FSW/MIM-16FSW-PoE/DMIM-24FSW/DMIM-24FSW-PoE FE LEDs
LED status
Description
Steady green
A link is present, but no data is being transmitted and received.
OFF
No link is present.
Blinking green
A link is present and data is being transmitted and received (ACT).
The following tables describe the GE and SFP fiber interface LEDs:
Table 54 Description of the DMIM-24FSW/DMIM-24FSW-PoE GE interface LEDs
LED status
Description
OFF
No link is present.
Steady green
A gigabit link is present, but no data is being transmitted and received.
Blinking green
A gigabit link is present and data is being transmitted and received (ACT).
Steady yellow
A 100 Mbps link is present, but no data is being transmitted and received.
Blinking yellow
A 100 Mbps link is present and data is being transmitted and received (ACT).
Table 55 Description of the DMIM-24FSW/DMIM-24FSW-PoE fiber interface LEDs
LED status
Description
OFF
No link is present.
Steady green
A link is present, but no data is being transmitted and received.
Blinking green
A link is present and data is being transmitted and received (ACT).
Steady yellow
Error prompt
In addition, there is a POE LED on each board, which is provided for the corresponding boards
(MIM-16FSW-PoE and DMIM-24FSW-PoE) with the PoE function.
NOTE:
The two GE interfaces on the DMIM-24FSW-PoE do not support the PoE function.
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about the Ethernet interface cables and the connection methods, see Ethernet
interface under “Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
For more information about fiber ports, optical fibers, and the connection methods, see Fiber port under
“Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
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Ethernet interface module
•
MIM-2FE
•
MIM-4FE
•
MIM-2GBE
MIM-2FE/MIM-4FE
Introduction
2/4-port 10/100Base-TX Fast Ethernet interface module (MIM-2FE/MIM-4FE) serves to complete
communications between routers and LANs.
FE modules support:
•
Effective transmission distance of 100 meters with category-5 twisted pair cables;
•
Operating speeds of both 100 Mbps and 10 Mbps and autosensing;
•
Both full duplex (in common use) and half-duplex operating modes.
Interface attributes
The interface attributes of MIM-2FE/MIM-4FE are shown in the following table:
Table 56 Interface attributes of MIM-2FE/MIM-4FE
Attribute
Description
MIM-2FE module
Connector
RJ-45
Type of interface
MDI
Number of connectors
2
Cable type
Straight-through Ethernet cable
Operating mode
MIM-4FE module
4
Full duplex/ half-duplex
10/100 Mbps autosensing
Interface LEDs
MIM-2FE panel is shown in the following figure:
Figure 37 MIM-2FE panel
MIM-4FE panel is shown in the following figure:
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Figure 38 MIM-4FE panel
The following table describes the LEDs on the MIM-2FE/MIM-4FE panel:
Table 57 Description of the LEDs on the MIM-2FE/MIM-4FE panel
LED
Description
LINK
ACTIVE
•
•
•
•
OFF means the Ethernet link is not connected.
ON means the link is connected.
OFF means no data is being transmitted or received;
Blinking means data is being received or/and transmitted.
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about the Ethernet interface cables and the connection methods, see Ethernet
interface under “Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
MIM-2GBE
Introduction
2-port 10Base-T/100Base-TX/1000Base-T Ethernet electrical interface module serve to complete the
communication between a router and a LAN.
The GBE (Gigabit Ethernet) supports:
•
Transmission distance up to 100 meters over the category 5 twisted-pair cable;
•
Operating speeds of 1000 Mbps, 100 Mbps, and 10 Mbps, as well as auto-sensing;
•
Half-duplex/full duplex, autosensing
Interface attributes
The interface attributes of MIM-2GBE are shown in the following table:
Table 58 Interface attributes of MIM-2GBE
Attribute
Description
Connector
RJ-45
Number of connectors
2
Interface type
MDI/MDIX
Interface standard
802.3, 802.3u, 802.3ab
Cable type
Ethernet cable
Operating mode
10/100/1000 Mbps auto-sensing
Half-duplex/full duplex, autosensing
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Interface LEDs
Figure 39 MIM-2GBE
The following table describes the LEDs on the MIM-2GBE panel.
Table 59 Description of the LEDs on the MIM-2GBE panel
LED
Description
LINK
ACT
•
•
•
•
OFF means no link is present;
ON means a link is present.
OFF means no data is being transmitted or received;
Blinking means data is being received or/and transmitted.
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about the Ethernet interface cables and the connection methods, see Ethernet
interface under “Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
ATM interface module
•
MIM-1ATM-OC3
•
MIM-IMA-8E1
•
MIM-IMA-4T1
MIM-1ATM-OC3
Introduction
MIM-1ATM-OC3 is short for 1-port ATM (Asynchronous Transfer Mode) 155 Mbps optical interface
module.
The ATM module functions in the system to provide ATM interfaces for routers, supporting:
•
Two frame formats: SDH STM-1 and SONET OC-3;
•
Scrambling in data transmission;
•
Both line clock (when working as DTE interface), and internal clock (when working as DCE
interface);
•
Three types of test measures, that is, local cell loopback, local payload loopback, and remote
loopback.
Interface attributes
The following table describes the interface attributes of the MIM-1ATM-OC3 module. For more
information about the attributes of the optional SFP transceiver modules, see 100-Mbps SFP transceiver
module.
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Table 60 Interface attributes of MIM-1ATM-OC3
Attribute
MIM-1ATM-OC3
Number of
interfaces
1
Connector
SFP/LC
Interface
standard
SONET OC-3/SDH STM-1
Operating
mode
1000 Mbps
Full-duplex
Interface LEDs
MIM-1ATM-OC3 panel is shown in the following figure:
Figure 40 MIM-1ATM-OC3 panel
The following table describes the LEDs on the MIM-1ATM-OC3 panel.
Table 61 Description of the LEDs on the MIM-1ATM-OC3 panel
LED
LINK/ACT
LP/AL
Description
•
•
•
•
•
•
ON means carrier signal has been received.
Blinking means data is being received or/and transmitted.
OFF means no carrier signal has been received.
ON means the interface is in a loopback.
Blinking means an AIS, LFA, or RAI alarm signal is present.
OFF means no loopback or alarm is present.
Note:
LFA = Loss of frame alignment; AIS = Alarm indication signal; RAI = Remote alarm indication.
Fiber ports, optical fibers, and the connection method
For more information about fiber ports, optical fibers, and the connection methods, see Fiber port under
“Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
MIM-IMA-8E1
Introduction
8-port E1 ATM inverse multiplexing interface module (MIM-IMA-8E1) provides four/eight E1 interfaces
that support the IMA (inverse multiplexing for ATM) technology.
The IMA technology combines multiple low-speed links into a group to support a high-speed ATM cell
stream: It distributes an ATM cell stream over multiple low-speed E1 links on cell by cell basis at the
transmission end and reassembles the cells on the low-speed E1 links into the original stream at the far
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end. This technology provides a scalable and cost-effective solution, and is commonly used in
plesiochronous digital hierarchy (PDH) networks to transport ATM cells.
Interface attributes
The following table describes the interface attributes of the MIM-IMA-4E1/MIM-IMA-8E1 module:
Table 62 Interface attributes of the MIM-IMA-4E1/ MIM-IMA-8E1
Attribute
Description
Connector
DB68
Number of
connectors
1
Interface standard
ITU-G.703, ITU-G.704
Interface rate
2.048 Mbps
Cable type
75-ohm 8E1 conversion cable
Max transmission
distance
500 m (1640.4 ft.)
Operating mode
ATM E1 independent link/IMA bundle mode
Supported service
AAL5 (ATM adaptation layer 5)
Protocol
PPPoA, PPPoEoA, IPoA, IPoEoA
Service type
CBR/VBR-rt/VBR-nrt/UBR
Interface LEDs
The following figures illustrate the MIM-IMA-8E1 panels.
Figure 41 MIM-IMA-8E1 (75-ohm) panel
The following table describes these LEDs on the IMA-8E1 panel.
Table 63 Description of the LEDs on the IMA-8E1 panel
LED
LINK/ACT
LP/AL
Description
•
•
•
•
•
•
ON means carrier signal has been received.
Blinking means data is being received or/and transmitted.
OFF means no carrier signal has been received.
ON means the interface is in a loopback.
Blinking means an AIS, LFA, or RAI alarm signal is present.
OFF means no loopback or alarm is present.
Note:
AIS = Alarm indication signal; LFA = loss of frame alignment; RAI = Remote alarm indication
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Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about E1 interface cables, see E1 interface under “Cables and the connection
methods” section of this manual.
MIM-IMA-4T1
Introduction
The 4-port ATM inverse multiplexing interface module (MIM-IMA-4T1) provides four/eight T1 interfaces
that support the IMA technology. Their network application is similar to that of the
MIM-IMA-4E1/MIM-IMA-8E1 module.
Interface attributes
The following table describes the interface attributes of the MIM-IMA-4T1 module.
Table 64 Interface attributes of MIM-IMA-4T1
Attribute
Description
Connector
DB68
Number of connectors
1
Interface standard
ITU-G.703, ITU-G.704
Cable type
4T1 conversion cable (100-ohm straight-through shielded)
Max transmission distance
150 m (492.1 ft.)
Operating mode
ATM T1 independent link/IMA bundle mode
Supported service
AAL5
Protocol
PPPoA, PPPoEoA, IPoA, IPoEoA
Transmission rate
CBR/VBR-rt/VBR-nrt/UBR
Interface LEDs
The following figures illustrate the MIM-IMA-4T1 panel.
Figure 42 MIM-IMA-4T1 panel
LEDs on MIM-IMA-4T1 panels have the same meanings, which are described in the following table.
Table 65 Description of the LEDs on the MIM-IMA-4T1 panel
LED
Description
LINK/ACT
• ON means carrier signal has been received.
• Blinking means data is being received or/and transmitted.
• OFF means no carrier signal has been received.
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LED
Description
LP/AL
• ON means the interface is in a loopback.
• Blinking means an AIS, LFA, or RAI alarm signal is present.
• OFF means no loopback or alarm is present.
Note:
AIS = Alarm indication signal; LFA = loss of frame alignment; RAI = Remote alarm indication
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about T1 interface cables and the connection methods, see T1 interface under
“Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
POS (SDH/SONET) interface module
•
MIM-1POS
MIM-1POS
Introduction
MIM-1POS represents the 1-port SDH/SONET interface module. It supports interface rates up to 155.52
Mbps (STM-1/OC-3).
The MIM-1POS can use the protocols such as PPP, Frame Relay and HDLC at the data link layer and IP at
the network layer. It allows direct transmission of packets over SONET/SDH. It supports:
•
Four SFP types: multi-mode short-haul (1310 nm), single mode medium-haul (1310 nm), single mode
long-haul (1310 nm), and single-mode ultra-long haul (1550 nm).
•
155.52 Mbps fractional interface
Interface attributes
The following table shows the interface attributes of the MIM-1POS interface module. For more
information about the attributes of the optional SFP transceiver modules, see 100-Mbps SFP transceiver
module.
Table 66 Interface attributes of the MIM-1POS
Attribute
MIM-1POS
Connector
SFP/LC
Interface standard
SONET OC-3/SDH STM-1
Number of
interfaces
1
Interface rate
155.52 Mbps
Interface LEDs
The following figure illustrates the MIM-1POS panel:
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Figure 43 MIM-1POS panel
The following table describes the LEDs on the MIM-1POS panel:
Table 67 Description of the LEDs on the MIM-1POS panel
LED
Description
LINK/ACT
LP/AL
•
•
•
•
•
•
ON means carrier signal has been received.
Blinking means data is being received or/and transmitted.
OFF means no carrier signal has been received.
ON means the interface is in a loopback.
Blinking means an AIS, LFA, or RAI alarm signal is present.
OFF means no loopback or alarm is present.
Note:
AIS = Alarm indication signal; LFA = loss of frame alignment; RAI = Remote alarm indication
Fiber ports, optical fibers, and the connection methods
For more information about fiber ports, optical fibers, and the connection methods, see Fiber port under
“Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
E1/T1 interface module
•
MIM-2E1
•
MIM-4E1
•
MIM-4E1-F
•
MIM-8E1
•
MIM-8E1-F
•
MIM-2T1
•
MIM-4T1-F
•
MIM-8T1
•
MIM-8T1-F
MIM-2E1/MIM-4E1/MIM-4E1-F modules
Introduction
1.
MIM-2E1/MIM-4E1
MIM-2E1/MIM-4E1, the 2-/4-port channelized E1/PRI interface module, transmits, receives, and
processes E1 data traffic. In addition, you can use the module for other purposes, such as CE1 access
and the ISDN PRI function.
2.
MIM-4E1-F
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The MIM-4E1-F module is different from the MIM-2E1/MIM-4E1 module in the sense that:
•
The FE1 operating mode supported by the E1-F modules allows only one n × 64 kbps bundle to be
formed on each interface, where n = 1 to 31. However, an E1 module allows arbitrary grouping of
31 channels and multiple bundles.
•
The E1-F modules do not support PRI mode.
Interface attributes
The interface attributes of MIM-2E1/MIM-4E1 and MIM-4E1-F are shown in the following table:
Table 68 Interface attributes of MIM-2E1/MIM-4E1 and MIM-4E1-F
Attribute
Description
MIM-2E1 module
MIM-4E1/4E1-F module
Connector
D15
D25
Number of connectors
2
1
Interface standard
G.703, G.704
Interface rate
2.048 Mbps
Cable type
Operating mode
Supported service
•
•
•
•
•
E1 75-ohm unbalanced coaxial cable
E1 120-ohm balanced twisted pair cable
120-ohm 4E1 conversion cable (MIM-4E1/MIM-4E1-F modules)
75-ohm 4E1 conversion cable (MIM-4E1/MIM-4E1-F modules)
Coaxial connector, network interface connector and 75-ohm to 120-ohm adapter
(with BNC connector)
E1, CE1, ISDN PRI (only supported by MIM-2E1/MIM-4E1)
FE1 (only supported by MIM-4E1-F)
• Backup
• Terminal access service
• ISDN PRI (only supported by MIM-4E1)
Interface LEDs
The following figure illustrates a MIM-2E1 panel.
Figure 44 MIM-2E1 panel
The following figure illustrates a MIM-4E1 module.
Figure 45 MIM-4E1 panel
The following figure illustrates a MIM-4E1-F module.
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Figure 46 MIM-4E1-F panel
The following table describes the LEDs on MIM-2E1/MIM-4E1 and MIM-4E1-F panels:
Table 69 Description of the LEDs on MIM-2E1/MIM-4E1 and MIM-4E1-F panels
LED
Description
LINK/ACT
LP/AL
•
•
•
•
•
•
ON means carrier signal has been received.
Blinking means data is being received or/and transmitted.
OFF means no carrier signal has been received.
ON means the interface is in a loopback.
Blinking means an AIS, LFA, or RAI alarm signal is present.
OFF means no loopback or alarm is present.
Note:
AIS = Alarm indication signal; LFA = loss of frame alignment; RAI = Remote alarm indication
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about E1 interface cables, see E1 interface under “Cables and the connection
methods” section of this manual.
MIM-8E1/MIM-8E1-F
Introduction
1.
MIM-8E1 module
MIM-8E1, the 8-port channelized E1/PRI interface module, transmits, receives, and processes eight
channels of E1 data traffic. In addition, you can use the module for other purposes, such as CE1 access
and the ISDN PRI function.
2.
MIM-8E1-F module
MIM-8E1-F, the 8-port fractional E1 interface module is different from the MIM-8E1 module in the sense
that:
•
The FE1 operating mode supported by the MIM-8E1-F module allows only one n × 64 kbps bundle
to be formed on each interface, where n = 1 to 31. However, an MIM-8E1 module allows arbitrary
grouping of 31 channels and therefore multiple bundles.
•
The MIM-8E1-F module does not support PRI mode.
NOTE:
Given a MIM-8E1 module, the system automatically creates a serial interface for each timeslot bundle
formed on a controller E1 interface.
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Interface attributes
The interface attributes of the MIM-8E1 and the MIM-8E1-F are shown in the following table:
Table 70 Interface attributes of the MIM-8E1 and the MIM-8E1-F
Attribute
Description
Connector
D68
Number of connectors
1
Interface standard
G.703
Interface rate
2.048 Mbps
Cable type
75-ohm 8E1 conversion cable
Cable characteristic
impedance
75-ohm
Operating mode
Supported service
E1, CE1, ISDN PRI (only supported by MIM-8E1)
FE1 (only supported by MIM-8E1-F)
• Backup
• Terminal access service
• ISDN PRI (only supported by MIM-8E1)
Interface LEDs
MIM-8E1 and MIM-8E1-F panels are similar. The following figures illustrate MIM-8E1 panels.
Figure 47 MIM-8E1 (75-ohm) panel
Figure 48 MIM-8E1-F (75-ohm) panel
The following table describes the LEDs on the MIM-8E1/MIM-8E1-F panel:
Table 71 Description of the LEDs on the MIM-8E1/MIM-8E1-F panel
LED
LINK/ACT
LP/AL
Description
•
•
•
•
•
•
ON means carrier signal has been received.
Blinking means data is being received or/and transmitted.
OFF means no carrier signal has been received.
ON means the interface is in a loopback.
Blinking means an AIS, LFA, or RAI alarm signal is present.
OFF means no loopback or alarm is present.
Note:
AIS = Alarm indication signal; LFA = loss of frame alignment; RAI = Remote alarm indication
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Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about E1 interface cables, see E1 interface under “Cables and the connection
methods” section of this manual.
MIM-2T1/MIM-4T1-F
Introduction
1.
MIM-2T1
2-port channelized T1/PRI interface module (MIM-2T1) serves to transmit/receive and handle T1 data
streams, provide CT1 access, and fulfill the function of ISDN PRI. Thereby, one module can be used for
multiple purposes.
2.
MIM-4T1-F
4-port fractional T1 interface module (MIM-4T1-F) and MIM-2T1 module are different in the sense that:
•
FT1 operating mode supported by T1-F modules allows only one bundle. In other words, the time
slots can only be bundled into one n x 64 kbps or 56 kbps channel, where n=1-24. However, a CT1
module allows of arbitrary grouping of the 24 channels;
•
T1-F does not support PRI mode.
NOTE:
Given a T1 module, the system automatically creates a serial interface for each timeslot bundle formed on
a controller T1 interface.
Interface attributes
The interface attributes of MIM-2T1 and MIM-4T1-F module are shown in the following table:
Table 72 Interface attributes of MIM-2T1 and MIM-4T1-F modules
Attribute
Description
Connector
RJ-45
Number of connectors
Interface standard
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
2 (MIM-2T1 module)
4 (MIM-4T1-F module)
G.703/T1.102
G.704
AT&T TR 54016
AT&T TR 62411
ANSI T1.403
Interface rate
1.544 Mbps
Cable type
T1 cable (100-ohm shielding network cable)
Operating mode
Supported service
CT1, ISDN PRI (MIM-2T1 module)
FT1 (MIM-4T1-F module)
• Backup
• Terminal access service
• ISDN PRI (MIM-2T1 module)
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Interface LEDs
The following figure shows a MIM-2T1 panel.
Figure 49 MIM-2T1 panel
The following figure shows a MIM-4T1-F panel.
Figure 50 MIM-4T1-F panel
Table 73 Description of the LEDs on MIM-2T1 and MIM-4T1-F panels
LED
Description
LINK/ACT
LP/AL
•
•
•
•
•
•
ON means the carrier signal has been received.
OFF means no carrier signal has been received.
Blinking means data is being transmitted or/and received.
ON means the interface is in a loopback.
Blinking means an AIS, LFA, or RAI alarm signal is present.
OFF means no loopback or alarm is present.
Note:
AIS = Alarm indication signal; LFA = loss of frame alignment; RAI = Remote alarm indication
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about T1 interface cables and the connection methods, see T1 interface under
“Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
MIM-8T1/MIM-8T1-F
Introduction
1.
MIM-8T1
MIM-8T1, the 8-port channelized T1/PRI interface module, transmits, receives, and processes eight
channels of T1 data traffic. In addition, you can use the module for other purposes, such as CT1 access
and the ISDN PRI function.
2.
MIM-8T1-F
MIM-8T1-F, the 8-port fractional T1 interface module is different from the 8T1 module in the sense that:
•
The FT1 operating mode supported by the MIM-8T1-F module allows only one n × 64 kbps or n ×
56 kbps bundle to be formed on each interface, where n = 1 to 24. However, the MIM-8T1 module
allows arbitrary grouping of 24 channels and therefore multiple bundles.
•
The MIM-8T1-F module does not support PRI mode.
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NOTE:
Given a MIM-8T1 module, the system automatically creates a serial interface for each timeslot bundle
formed on a controller T1 interface.
Interface attributes
The interface attributes of the MIM-8T1 and the MIM-8T1-F are shown in the following table:
Table 74 Interface attributes of the MIM-8T1 and the MIM-8T1-F
Attribute
Description
Connector
RJ-45
Number of connectors
1
Interface standard
•
•
•
•
•
G.703/T1 102
G.704
AT&T TR 54016
AT&T TR 62411
ANSI T1.403
Interface rate
1.544 Mbps
Cable type
8T1 conversion cable
Operating mode
Supported service
CT1, ISDN PRI (only supported by the MIM-8T1)
FT1 (only supported by the MIM-8T1-F)
• Backup
• Terminal access service
• ISDN PRI (only supported by the MIM-8T1)
Interface LEDs
The following figure illustrates an MIM-8T1 panel.
Figure 51 MIM-8T1 panel
The following figure illustrates an MIM-8T1-F panel.
Figure 52 MIM-8T1-F panel
The following table describes the LEDs on the MIM-8T1/8T1-F panel:
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Table 75 Description of the LEDs on the MIM-8T1/MIM-8T1-F panel
LED
Description
LINK/ACT
LP/AL
•
•
•
•
•
•
ON means carrier signal has been received.
Blinking means data is being received or/and transmitted.
OFF means no carrier signal has been received.
ON means the interface is in a loopback.
Blinking means an AIS, LFA, or RAI alarm signal is present.
OFF means no loopback or alarm is present.
Note:
AIS = Alarm indication signal; LFA = loss of frame alignment; RAI = Remote alarm indication
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about T1 interface cables and the connection methods, see T1 interface under
“Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
E3/T3 interface module
•
MIM-1CE3
•
MIM-1CT3
MIM-1CE3
Introduction
1-port channelized E3 interface module (MIM-1CE3) serves to:
•
Transmit/Receive and handle one channel of E3 fast traffic, as well as provide the accessing of E3
traffic when working in E3 mode; and
•
Provide the low-speed accessing service at the speed of n × 64 kbps, where n is smaller than or
equal to 128, when working in CE3 mode.
NOTE:
E3 represents the tertiary group rate of E system in the TDM system, that is, 34.368Mbps. An E3 channel
can be channelized into 16 E1 lines through the demultiplexing processes of E23 and E12, each E1 line
supporting both the operating modes of E1 and CE1. E23 is used to indicate either E2-to-E3 multiplex or
E3-to-E2 demultiplex, and E12 to indicate E1-to-E2 multiplex or E2-to-E1 demultiplex. “E23” and “E12”
discussed here represent the demultiplex process.
Interface attributes
The interface attributes of MIM-1CE3 are shown in the following table:
Table 76 Interface attributes of 1CE3
Attribute
Description
Connector
SMB
Number of connectors
2
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Attribute
Description
Interface standard
G.703, G.704, G.751
Interface rate
34.368 Mbps
Interface cable type
E3 cable (75ohm coaxial cable)
E3
Operating mode
CE3
Supported service
E3 leased line
Interface LEDs
MIM-1CE3 panel is shown in the following figure:
Figure 53 MIM-1CE3 panel
The following table describes the LEDs on the MIM-1CE3 panel:
Table 77 Description of the LEDs on the MIM-1CE3 panel
LED
Description
LINK
ACT
•
•
•
•
OFF means the link is not set up.
ON means the link has been set up.
OFF means no data is being transmitted or received;
Blinking means data is being received or/and transmitted.
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about E3 interface cables and the connection methods, see E3/T3 interface under
“Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
MIM-1CT3
Introduction
1-port channelized T3 interface module (MIM-1CT3) serves to:
•
Transmit/Receive and handle one channel of T3 fast traffic, as well as provide the accessing of T3
traffic when working in T3 mode; and
•
Provide the low-speed accessing service at the speed of n × 64 kbps or 56 kbps, where n is smaller
than or equal to 128, when working in CT3 mode.
NOTE:
T3 represents the tertiary group rate of T system in the TDM system, that is, 44.736 Mbps. A T3 channel
can be channelized into 28 T1 lines through the demultiplexing processes of T23 and T12, each T1 line
also supporting the operating modes of CT1. T23 is used to indicate either T2-to-T3 multiplex or T3-to-T2
demultiplex, and T12 to indicate T1-to-T2 multiplex or T2-to-T1 demultiplex. “T23” and “T12” discussed
here represent the demultiplex process.
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Interface attributes
The interface attributes of MIM-1CT3 are shown in the following table:
Table 78 Interface attributes of MIM-1CT3
Attribute
Description
Connector
SMB
Number of connectors
2
Interface standard
•
•
•
•
•
•
G.703
G.704
G.752
AT&T TR 54014
AT&T TR 62415
ANSI T1.107
Interface rate
44.736 Mbps
Interface cable type
T3 cable (75-ohm coaxial cable)
T3
Operating mode
CT3
Supported service
T3 leased line
Interface LEDs
MIM-1CT3 panel is shown in the following figure:
Figure 54 MIM-1CT3 panel
The following table describes the LEDs on the MIM-1CT3 panel:
Table 79 Description of the LEDs on the MIM-1CT3 panel
LED
LINK/ACT
LP/AL
Description
•
•
•
•
•
•
ON means the carrier signal has been received.
OFF means no carrier signal has been received.
Blinking means data is being transmitted or/and received.
ON means the interface is in a loopback.
Blinking means an AIS, LFA, or RAI alarm signal is present.
OFF means no loopback or alarm is present.
Note:
AIS = Alarm indication signal; LFA = loss of frame alignment; RAI = Remote alarm indication
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about T3 interface cables and the connection methods, see E3/T3 interface under
“Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
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xDSL interface module
•
MIM-1SHL-4W
MIM-1SHL-4W
Introduction
The 1-port dual-pair G.SHDSL interface module (MIM-1SHL-4W) adopts trellis coded pulse amplitude
modulation (TCPAM) coding and provides symmetric rates up to 4.624 Mbps. The transmission rate of
the interface can automatically adapt to line distances and conditions.
Compared with ADSL, G.SHDSL allows farther transmission distance and thus has a wider application
scope. It is an alternative to E1/T1 line for high-speed data service access. However, as TCPAM uses the
band starting from 0 Hz for data transmission, G.SHDSL cannot share the same line with POTS or ISDN
like what ADSL has done.
The MIM-1SHL-4W delivers these features:
•
Supporting manual G.SHDSL line activation/deactivation and easy-to-use fault location tools.
•
Supporting G.991.2 interface standard and auto-sensing.
•
Allowing you to set the dual-pair G.SHDSL interface to operate in dual-pair or single-pair mode.
Interface attributes
Table 80 Interface attributes of the MIM-1SHL-4W
Attribute
MIM-1SHL-4W
Connector
RJ-11
Number of connectors
1
Interface standard
Interface rate
ITU-T G991.2
ITU-T G994.1 handshaking
In single-pair mode, supports the sending and receiving independent
symmetric rates in the range from 192 kbps to 2312 kbps in steps of 8
kbps.
In dual-pair mode, supports the sending/receiving independent
symmetric rates in the range from 384 kbps to 4624 kbps in steps of 16
kbps.
Interface cable
Tailor-made 4-wire telephone cable
Supported services
G.SHDSL access over ordinary telephone lines
Interface LEDs
The following figure illustrates the MIM-1SHL-4W panel:
Figure 55 MIM-1SHL-4W panel
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The following table describes the LEDs on the MIM-1SHL-4W panel.
Table 81 LEDs on the MIM-1SHL-4W panel
LED
Description
LINK
ACT
•
•
•
•
OFF means no link is present.
ON means a link is present.
OFF means no data is being transmitted or received.
Blinking means data is being received or transmitted.
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about G.SHDSL interface cables and the connection methods, see G.SHDSL
interface under “Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
Serial interface module
•
MIM-2SAE
•
MIM-4SAE
•
MIM-8SAE
•
MIM-8ASE
•
MIM-16ASE
MIM-2SAE/MIM-4SAE/MIM-8SAE
Introduction
MIM-2SAE/MIM-4SAE/MIM-8SAE
stands
for
2/4/8-port
enhanced
high-speed
synchronous/asynchronous serial interface module. In terms of function, SAE modules are the same as
SA modules except that SAE modules support more protocols, for example, RS449, X.21, and RS530.
Interface attributes
The interface attributes of SAE modules are shown in the following table:
Table 82 Interface attributes of MIM-2SAE/MIM-4SAE/MIM-8SAE
Attribute
Connector
Description
Synchronous
Asynchronous
D28
2 (MIM-2SAE)
Number of connectors
4 (MIM-4SAE)
8 (MIM-8SAE)
Interface standard and
operating mode
Minimum baud rate
(bps)
V.24
V.35, RS449, X.21,
RS530
DTE, DCE
DTE, DCE
1200
1200
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RS232
300
Attribute
Maximum baud rate
(bps)
Cable
Supported service
Description
Synchronous
64 k
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Asynchronous
2.048 M
115.2
V.24 (RS232) DTE cable
V.24 (RS232) DCE cable
V.35 DTE cable
V.35 DCE cable
X.21 DTE cable
X.21 DCE cable
RS449 DTE cable
RS449 DCE cable
RS530 DTE cable
RS530 DCE cable
• DDN leased line
• Terminal access service
•
•
•
•
Dialup through modems
Backup
Asynchronous leased line
Dumb terminal access
Interface LEDs
MIM-2SAE panel is shown in the following figure:
Figure 56 MIM-2SAE panel
MIM-4SAE panel is shown in the following figure:
Figure 57 MIM-4SAE panel
The following table describes the LEDs on the MIM-2SAE/MIM-4SAE panel:
Table 83 Description of the LEDs on the MIM-2SAE/MIM-4SAE panel
LED
LINK
ACT
Description
•
•
•
•
OFF means no link is present;
ON means a link is present.
OFF means no data is being transmitted or received;
Blinking means data is being received or/and transmitted.
MIM-8SAE panel is shown in the following figure:
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Figure 58 MIM-8SAE panel
On MIM-8SAE module, each link corresponds to a LED. ON means the link is connected. Blinking means
data is being transmitted or received.
Interface cables and the connection methods
For
more
information
about
synchronous/asynchronous
serial
port
cables,
see Synchronous/asynchronous serial ports under “Cables and the connection methods” section of this
manual.
MIM-8ASE/MIM-16ASE
Introduction
The
8/16-port
enhanced
asynchronous
serial
interface
module
(MIM-8ASE/MIM-16ASE)
transmits/receives and handles asynchronous serial interface data streams. ASE modules, however, use
RJ-45 connectors and AUX cables.
Interface attributes
The interface attributes of MIM-8ASE/MIM-16ASE are shown in the following table:
Table 84 Interface attributes of MIM-8ASE/MIM-16ASE
Attribute
Connector
Number of connectors
Description
MIM-8ASE module
MIM-16ASE module
RJ-45
8 (MIM-8ASE)
16 (MIM-16ASE)
Interface standard and operating
mode
RS232
Cable
• AUX cable
• Ethernet straight-through cable
• MIM-8ASE/MIM-16ASE dumb terminal cable
Minimum baud rate (bps)
300
Maximum baud rate (bps)
115.2 k
Service supported
•
•
•
•
Dialup through Modem
Backup
Terminal access service
Asynchronous leased line service
Interface LEDs
MIM-8ASE panel is shown in the following figure:
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Figure 59 MIM-8ASE panel
MIM-16ASE panel is shown in the following figure:
Figure 60 MIM-16ASE panel
Each channel on MIM-8ASE/MIM-16ASE has only one LED. The following table describes the LEDs on
the panel.
Table 85 Description of the LEDs on the MIM-8ASE/MIM-16ASE panel
LED
Description
LINK
ACTIVE
•
•
•
•
OFF means no link is present;
ON means a link is present.
OFF means no data is being transmitted or received.
Blinking means data is being transmitted or received.
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about asynchronous serial port cables, see Asynchronous serial ports under
“Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
Voice interface module
•
MIM-2FXO
•
MIM-4FXS
•
MIM-4FXO
•
MIM-16FXS
•
MIM-4E&M
•
MIM-4BSV
•
MIM-2VE1
•
MIM-2VT1
•
MIM-1VE1
•
MIM-1VT1
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MIM-16FXS
Introduction
The 16-port loop trunk interface module (MIM-16FXS) serves to access and handle 16 channels of analog
voice signals over data communication networks. The module provides 16 FXS interfaces:
FXS interfaces are analog subscriber line interfaces that provide ordinary analog telephone and
•
fax access and also can connect AT0 loop trunks of exchanges.
Interface attributes
The following table describes the interface attributes of the MIM-16FXS module:
Table 86 Interface attributes of MIM-16FXS
Attribute
Description
Connector type
RJ-11
Number of connectors
16 (FXS interfaces)
Interface standard
Subscriber circuit interface (FXS) compliant with ITU Q.512.
Over-current and over-voltage protection compliant with ITU K.20.
Cable type
Telephone cable with ferrite core
Dial-up mode
DTMF, compliant with GB3378 (Pulse dial-up is not available.)
Bandwidth
300 to 3400 Hz
Interface LEDs
The following figure illustrates the MIM-16FXS panel.
Figure 61 MIM-16FXS panel
The following table describes the LEDs on the MIM-16FXS panel.
Table 87 Description of the LEDs on the MIM-16FXS panel
LED
Description
LINK/ACT
• OFF means no link is present.
• Steady green means a link is present and a call connection is being established.
• Blinking yellow means a link is present and there is a call activity.
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about FXS interface cables and the connection methods, see ADSL / BS / FXS /
FXO interface under “Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
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MIM-4BSV Module
Introduction
MIM-4BSV is short for 4-port ISDN BRI S/T voice interface module, which is mainly used to process ISDN
voice traffic. In the upstream direction, it can be connected to user interfaces on an ISDN switch to
receive and decompress, compress and transmit ISDN BRI digital voice traffic. In the downstream
direction, the module can be connected to TE devices to allow their voice traffic to be forwarded through
a WAN interface on the router to the Internet, thus implementing VoIP. The interfaces on the MIM-4BSV
module are ITU-T I.430-compliant, adopting pseudo-ternary coding, providing 192 Kbps rate, and
allowing the maximum transmission distance of 1 km (0.6 mi.) in point-to-point mode. MIM-4BSV has the
following features.
•
The BSV interfaces support two modes: user and network, respectively for connecting an ISDN
network and a TE device.
•
When a BSV interface works in network mode, traffic is processed as follows: The digital voice
traffic received on the BSV interface is compressed and forwarded through the CPU on the main
control board to a WAN interface. The IP voice traffic received on a WAN interface is forwarded
through the CPU on the main control board to MIM-4BSV, where the traffic is decompressed and
sent to the TE device.
•
When a BSV interface works in user mode, traffic is processed as follows: The digital voice traffic
received from the B channels on the BSV interface is decompressed and forwarded through the CPU
on the main control board to a local FXS or FXO analog voice interface. The voice signals received
on the local FXS or FXO analog voice interface are processed by VoIP and forwarded through the
CPU on the main control board to the MIM-4BSV module, where the traffic is compressed and sent
out of the BSV interface to the connected ISDN switch.
•
Working in conjunction with the FXS or FXO analog voice interface modules, MIM-4BSV provides
flexibility in voice call routing.
•
The signaling on the ISDN BRI D channel is processed separately on CPU.
•
The BSV interfaces support remote power supply and thus can be directly connected to ISDN
phones.
•
MIM-4BSV is dedicated to voice applications, which is different from the BS interface modules
where BRI data applications are supported.
Interface attributes
Table 88 Interface attributes of MIM-4BSV
Attribute
MIM-4BSV module
Connector
RJ-45
Number of connectors
4
Interface standard
ITU-T I.430, Q.921, Q.931
Interface rate
192 Kbps
Cable
ISDN S interface cable
Supported service
Voice access over ISDN S interface cable
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Interface LEDs
The following figure illustrates the MIM-4BSV panel.
Figure 62 MIM-4BSV panel
The following table describes the LEDs on the MIM-4BSV panel.
Table 89 Description of the LEDs on the MIM-4BSV panel
LED
Description
LINK
ACT
•
•
•
•
•
OFF means no link is present.
ON means a link is present.
Slowly blinking means data is being transmitted or received on B1 channel.
Fast blinking means data is being transmitted or received on B2 channel.
Steady ON means data is being transmitted or received on both B1 and B2
channels.
• Steady OFF means no data is being transmitted or received.
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about BSV interface cables and the connection methods, see BSV/BSE interface.
MIM-2FXO and MIM-4FXS/MIM-4FXO
Introduction
•
4-port voice subscriber circuit interface module (MIM-4FXS) serves to access and handle 2/4
channels of ordinary analog phone, fax, or AT0 loop trunk of telephone exchange.
•
2/4-port voice AT0 analog trunk interface module (MIM-2FXO/MIM-4FXO) serves to access and
handle 2/4 channels of common user lines of telephone exchange.
These modules make it possible to transfer voice signals over data communication networks.
Interface attributes
The interface attributes of MIM-2FXO and MIM-4FXS/MIM-4FXO modules are shown in the following
table:
Table 90 Interface attributes of MIM-2FXO and MIM-4FXS/MIM-4FXO/
Attribute
Description
Connector
RJ-45
Number of connectors
Cable
•
•
•
•
2 (MIM-2FXO module)
4 (MIM-4FXS/MIM-4FXO module)
Telephone cable with ferrite core
E&M trunk (for E&M module, which should be made by users depending
on the actual needs at the site.)
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Attribute
Description
Interface standard
• ITU Q.512-compliant subscriber circuit interface (MIM-4FXS)
• ITU Q.552-compliant loop trunk interface (MIM-2FXO/MIM-4FXO)
• ITU K.20-compliant overcurrent and overvoltage protection
Dial-up mode
DTMF (Dual-Tone Multi-Frequency) but not pulse dial-up
Bandwidth
300 Hz to 3400 Hz
Interface LEDs
Voice MIM panels are shown in the following figures:
Figure 63 MIM-2FXO panel
Figure 64 MIM-4FXS panel
Figure 65 MIM-4FXO panel
Table 91 Description of the LEDs on voice MIM panels
LED
Description
LINK
• OFF means no link is present; ON means a link is present.
ACT
• OFF means the channel is idle. ON means there is call activity.
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about FXS/FXO interface cables and the connection methods, see ADSL / BS /
FXS / FXO interface under “Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
MIM-4E&M
Introduction
4-port voice E&M analog trunk interface module (MIM-4E&M) serves to access and handle 4 channels
of E&M analog trunks.
These modules make it possible to transfer voice signals over data communication networks.
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Interface attributes
The interface attributes of MIM-4E&M modules are shown in the following table:
Table 92 Interface attributes of MIM-4E&M
Attribute
Description
Connector
RJ-45
Number of connectors
• 4
Cable
• Telephone cable with ferrite core
• E&M trunk (for E&M module, which should be made by users depending
on the actual needs at the site.)
• G.712-compliant E&M trunk interface (MIM-4E&M), E&M interface
(supporting Bell type I, II, III, V, and support 2-wire and 4-wire).
Interface standard
• ITU K.20-compliant overcurrent and overvoltage protection
Dial-up mode
DTMF (Dual-Tone Multi-Frequency) but not pulse dial-up
Bandwidth
300 Hz to 3400 Hz
Interface LEDs
Voice MIM panels are shown in the following figures:
Figure 66 MIM-4E&M panel
Table 93 Description of the LEDs on voice MIM panels
LED
Description
LINK
• OFF means no link is present; ON means a link is present.
ACT
• OFF means the channel is idle. ON means there is call activity.
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about E&M interface cables and the connection methods, see E&M interface under
“Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
MIM-1VE1
Introduction
1-port E1 voice interface module (MIM-1VE1) can handle dense voice signals in VoIP system. It provides
a CE1/PRI/R2 port, allowing the access of 30 channels of voice signals.
Interface attributes
The interface attributes of MIM-1VE1 are shown in the following table.
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Table 94 Interface attributes of MIM-1VE1
Attribute
Description
Connector
D15
Number of connectors
1
CE1
ISDN PRI
Operating mode
R2
Interface rate
2.048 Mbps
E1 120-ohm balanced twisted pair cable
Cable
75-ohm-to-120-ohm adapter (with BNC connector)
•
•
•
•
Supported service
R2 signaling
DSS1 signaling
IP Fax
General VoIP features in Comware
Interface LEDs
MIM-1VE1 panel is shown in the following figure:
Figure 67 MIM-1VE1 panel
The following table describes the LEDs on the MIM-1VE1 panel:
Table 95 Description of the LEDs on the MIM-1VE1 panel
LED
LINK/ACT
LP/AL
Description
•
•
•
•
•
•
ON means carrier signal has been received.
Blinking means data is being received or/and transmitted.
OFF means no carrier signal has been received.
ON means the interface is in a loopback.
Blinking means an AIS, LFA, or RAI alarm signal is present.
OFF means no loopback or alarm is present.
Note:
AIS = Alarm indication signal; LFA = loss of frame alignment; RAI = Remote alarm indication
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about E1 interface cables, see E1 interface under “Cables and the connection
methods” section of this manual.
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MIM-1VT1 Module
Introduction
1-port T1 voice interface module (MIM-1VT1) can handle dense voice signals in VoIP system.
MIM-1VT1 module is structured in the form of board plus VCPM module plus VPM strip. It provides a
CT1/PRI port, allowing the access of 24 channels of voice signals.
Interface attributes
The interface attributes of MIM-1VT1 are shown in the following table.
Table 96 Interface attributes of MIM-1VT1
Attribute
Description
Connector
RJ-45
Number of connector
1
Interface standard
•
•
•
•
•
G.703/T1.102
G.704
AT&T TR 54016
AT&T TR 62411
ANSI T1.403
Interface rate
1.544 Mbps
Cable type
T1 cable (100-ohm standard shielded cable)
Operation mode
CT1
ISDN PRI
Backup
Services
Terminal access
ISDN
Interface LEDs
MIM-1VT1 panel is shown in the following figure:
Figure 68 MIM-1VT1 panel
The following table describes the LEDs on the MIM-1VT1 panel:
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Table 97 Description of the LEDs on the MIM-1VT1 panel
LED
LINK/ACT
LP/AL
Description
•
•
•
•
•
•
ON means carrier signal has been received.
Blinking means data is being received or/and transmitted.
OFF means no carrier signal has been received.
ON means the interface is in a loopback.
Blinking means an AIS, LFA, or RAI alarm signal is present.
OFF means no loopback or alarm is present.
Note:
AIS = Alarm indication signal; LFA = loss of frame alignment; RAI = Remote alarm indication
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about T1 interface cables and the connection methods, see T1 interface under
“Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
MIM-2VE1
Introduction
2-port E1 voice interface module (MIM-2VE1) handles dense voice signals in a VoIP system. It provides
two CE1/PRI/R2 ports, allowing the access of 60 channels of voice signals.
Interface attributes
The interface attributes of MIM-2VE1 are shown in the following table.
Table 98 Interface attributes of MIM-2VE1
Attribute
Description
Connector
D15
Number of connectors
2
CE1
Operating mode
ISDN PRI
R2
Interface rate
Cable
Supported service
2.048 Mbps
E1 120-ohm balanced twisted pair cable
75ohm-to-120ohm adapter
•
•
•
•
R2 signaling
DSS1 signaling
IP Fax
General VoIP features in Comware
Interface LEDs
MIM-2VE1 panel is shown in the following figure:
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Figure 69 MIM-2VE1 panel
The following table describes the LEDs on the MIM-2VE1 panel:
Table 99 Description of the LEDs on the MIM-2VE1 panel
LED
LINK/ACT
LP/AL
Description
•
•
•
•
•
•
ON means carrier signal has been received.
Blinking means data is being received or/and transmitted.
OFF means no carrier signal has been received.
ON means the interface is in a loopback.
Blinking means an AIS, LFA, or RAI alarm signal is present.
OFF means no loopback or alarm is present.
Note:
AIS = Alarm indication signal; LFA = loss of frame alignment; RAI = Remote alarm indication
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about E1 interface cables, see E1 interface under “Cables and the connection
methods” section of this manual.
MIM-2VT1 Module
Introduction
2-port T1 voice interface module (MIM-2VT1) can handle dense voice signals in VoIP system. It provides
two CT1/PRI ports, allowing the access of 48 channels of voice signals.
Interface attributes
The interface attributes of MIM-2VT1 are shown in the following table.
Table 100 Interface attributes of MIM-2VT1
Attribute
Description
Connector
RJ-45
Number of connector
2
Interface standard
•
•
•
•
•
G.703/T1.102
G.704
AT&T TR 54016
AT&T TR 62411
ANSI T1.403
Interface rate
1.544 Mbps
Cable type
T1 cable (100-ohm standard shielded cable)
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Attribute
Description
•
•
•
•
•
Operation mode
Services
CT1
ISDN PRI
Backup
Terminal access
ISDN
Interface LEDs
MIM-2VT1 panel is shown in the following figure:
Figure 70 MIM-2VT1 panel
The following table describes the LEDs on the MIM-2VT1 panel:
Table 101 Description of the LEDs on the MIM-2VT1 panel
LED
LINK/ACT
LP/AL
Description
•
•
•
•
•
•
ON means carrier signal has been received.
Blinking means data is being received or/and transmitted.
OFF means no carrier signal has been received.
ON means the interface is in a loopback.
Blinking means an AIS, LFA, or RAI alarm signal is present.
OFF means no loopback or alarm is present.
Note:
AIS = Alarm indication signal; LFA = loss of frame alignment; RAI = Remote alarm indication
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about T1 interface cables and the connection methods, see T1 interface under
“Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
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FIC/DFIC
For modular A-MSR series routers, a wide range of optional FICs/DFICs are available, which provide
abundant interfaces, such as synchronous/asynchronous serial interface, Ethernet interface, E1/T1,
ISDN BRI/PRI, audio interface, Layer 2 switching interface, and so on.
Among this series interface modules, the Layer 2 switching interface modules (FIC-16FSW and
DFIC-24FSW) each have a corresponding PoE-capable one, which can provide -48 VDC power to
remote PDs (such as IP phone, WLAN AP, and network camera) through straight-through network cables
as long as installed on a PoE router.
Ethernet switching module
•
FIC-16FSW
•
FIC-16FSW-PoE
•
DFIC-24FSW
•
DFIC-24FSW-PoE
FIC-16FSW/FIC-16FSW-PoE/DFIC-24FSW/DFIC-24FSW-PoE
Introduction
The
16/24-port
10/100
Mbps
Ethernet
Layer
2
switching
MIM
interface
module
(FIC-16FSW/FIC-16FSW-PoE/DFIC-24FSW/DFIC-24FSW-PoE) is used on HP A-MSR 50 series router. A
router installed with FIC-16FSW/DFIC-24FSW modules can work as a switching/routing integrated
device on a small-sized enterprise network to connect PCs and network devices inside the network. The
interfaces provided on the FIC-16FSW/FIC-16FSW-PoE and DFIC-24FSW/DFIC-24FSW-PoE are as
follows:
FIC-16FSW/FIC-16FSW-PoE, which provides:
•
16 10/100 Mbps RJ-45 connector interfaces on the FIC-16FSW module
•
One 10/100/1000 Mbps gigabit RJ-45 connector electrical interfaces on the FIC-16FSW module
•
1 SFP fiber interface (Fiber interfaces and gigabit electrical interfaces share the MAC layer) on the
FIC-16FSW module
DFIC-24FSW/DFIC-24FSW-PoE, which provides:
•
24 10/100 Mbps RJ-45 connector interfaces on the DFIC-24FSW module
•
2 10/100/1000 Mbps gigabit RJ-45 connector electrical interfaces on the DMIM-24FSW module
•
2 SFP fiber interfaces (Fiber interfaces and gigabit electrical interfaces share the MAC layer) on the
DMIM-24FSW module. By default, the electrical interfaces take effect.
The modules support:
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•
100 meters (328.1 ft.) of transmission distance over the category-5 twisted-pair cable
•
100 meters (328.1 ft.) of transmission distance between any interfaces over the category-5
twisted-pair cable
•
Operation at 100 Mbps and 10 Mbps, autosensing
•
Full duplex and half-duplex, with the former in common use
Interface attributes
The interface attributes of the FIC-16FSW/DFIC-24FSW are shown in the following table:
Table 102 Interface attributes of the FIC-16FSW/FIC-16FSW-PoE/DFIC-24FSW/DFIC-24FSW-PoE
Attribute
Connector
Interface type
Number of connectors
Cable type
Operating mode
FIC-16FSW/FIC-16FSW-PoE
module
DFIC-24FSW/DFIC-24FSW-PoE module
RJ-45
SFP
MDI/MDIX
16 × 100 Mbps RJ-45 connectors
24 × 100 Mbps RJ-45 connectors
one 1000 Mbps RJ-45 connectors
Two 1000 Mbps RJ-45 connectors
One SFP connector
Two SFP connectors
Standard (straight-through) Ethernet cable
Crossover Ethernet cable
10/100 Mbps autosensing
Full/half duplex
NOTE:
MDI stands for Media Dependent Interface of the Ethernet. Normally, the interfaces on the network cards
belong to this type. Cross Media Dependent Interface (MDIX) is usually adopted on HUBs or LAN switches.
Interface LEDs
FIC-16FSW panel is shown in the following figure:
Figure 71 FIC-16FSW panel
FIC-16FSW-PoE panel is shown in the following figure:
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Figure 72 FIC-16FSW-PoE panel
DFIC-24FSW panel is shown in the following figure:
Figure 73 DFIC-24FSW panel
DFIC-24FSW-PoE panel is shown in the following figure:
Figure 74 DFIC-24FSW-PoE panel
On the FIC-16FSW/FIC-16FSW-PoE/DFIC-24FSW/DFIC-24FSW-PoE panel, each port on the network
connector corresponds to one green LED. The following table describes the LEDs on the
FIC-16FSW/FIC-16FSW-PoE/DFIC-24FSW/DFIC-24FSW-PoE panel.
Table 103 LEDs on the FIC-16FSW/FIC-16FSW-PoE/DFIC-24FSW/DFIC-24FSW-PoE FE interface
LED
Description
Steady green
A link is present, but no data is being transmitted and received.
OFF
No link is present.
Blinking green
A link is present and data is being transmitted and received (ACT).
The following table describes the LEDs on the GE port and SFP fiber interface:
Table 104 LEDs on the FIC-16FSW/FIC-16FSW-PoE/DFIC-24FSW/DFIC-24FSW-PoE GE interface
LED
Description
OFF
No link is present.
Steady green
A 1000 Mbps link is present, but no data is being transmitted and received.
Blinking green
A 1000 Mbps link is present and data is being transmitted and received (ACT).
Steady yellow
A 100 Mbps link is present, but no data is being transmitted and received.
Blinking yellow
A 100 Mbps link is present and data is being transmitted and received (ACT).
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Table 105 LEDs on the FIC-16FSW/FIC-16FSW-PoE/DFIC-24FSW/DFIC-24FSW-PoE fiber interface
LED
Description
OFF
No link is present.
Steady green
A link is present, but no data is being transmitted and received.
Blinking green
A link is present and data is being transmitted and received (ACT).
Steady yellow
Error prompt
In addition, there is a POE LED on each module, which is provided for the corresponding boards
(FIC-16FSW-PoE and DFIC-24FSW-PoE) with the PoE function.
NOTE:
The two GE interfaces on the DFIC-24FSW-PoE do not support the PoE function.
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about the Ethernet interface cables and the connection methods, see Ethernet
interface under “Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
Ethernet interface module
•
FIC-2FE
•
FIC-4FE
•
FIC-1GBE
•
FIC-2GBE
•
FIC-1GEF
•
FIC-2GEF
FIC-2FE/FIC-4FE
Introduction
2-port, and 4-port 10Base-T/100Base-TX fast Ethernet interface modules (FIC-2FE, and FIC-4FE) are
mainly used for the communication between the router and LAN.
The modules support:
•
100 meters (328.1 ft.) of transmission segment over the category-5 twisted-pair cable.
•
Operation at 100 Mbps and 10 Mbps, autosensing.
•
Full duplex and half-duplex, with the former in common use.
Interface attributes
The following table describes the interface attributes of the FIC-2FE/FIC-4FE modules.
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Table 106 FIC-2FE/FIC-4FE interface attributes
Description
Attribute
FIC-2FE
FIC-4FE
Connector
RJ-45
Number of connectors
2
Cable
Straight-through Ethernet cable
4
Full duplex/half-duplex
Operating mode
10/100 Mbps auto-sensing
Ethernet_II
Supported frame format
Ethernet_SNAP
Interface LEDs
The following figure illustrates a FIC-2FE panel.
Figure 75 FIC-2FE panel
The following figure illustrates a FIC-4FE panel.
Figure 76 FIC-4FE panel
The following table describes the LEDs on the FIC-2FE/FIC-4FE panel.
Table 107 LEDs on the FIC-2FE/FIC-4FE panel
LED
LINK
ACT
Description
•
•
•
•
OFF means no link is present;
ON means a link is present.
OFF means no data is being transmitted or received on the interface.
Blinking means data is being transmitted and/or received.
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about the Ethernet interface cables and the connection methods, see Ethernet
interface under “Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
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FIC-1GBE/FIC-2GBE
Introduction
FIC-1GBE/FIC-2GBE, the 1-port/2-port 10Base-T/100Base-TX/1000Base-T Ethernet electrical interface
module, is used for router-to-LAN communication.
The modules support:
•
100 meters (328.1 ft.) of transmission segment over the category-5 twisted-pair cable.
•
Operation at 1000 Mbps, 100 Mbps, and 10 Mbps, auto-sensing.
•
Half-duplex/full duplex, autosensing
Interface attributes
The following table describes the interface attributes of the FIC-1GBE/FIC-2GBE:
Table 108 Interface attributes of the FIC-1GBE/FIC-2GBE
FIC-2GBE
Attribute
FIC-1GBE
Connector
RJ-45
Number of connectors
1
Interface type
MDI/MDIX
Interface standard
802.3, 802.3u, and 802.3ab
Cable type
Ethernet cable
Operating mode
2
10/100/1000 Mbps auto-sensing
Half-duplex/full duplex, autosensing
Interface LEDs
The following figures show the FIC-1GBE and FIC-2GBE panels.
Figure 77 FIC-1GBE panel
Figure 78 FIC-2GBE panel
The following table describes the LEDs on the FIC-1GBE/FIC-2GBE panel.
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Table 109 LEDs on the FIC-1GBE/FIC-2GBE panel
LED
Description
•
•
•
•
LINK
ACT
OFF means no link is present;
ON means a link is present.
OFF means no data is being transmitted or received.
Blinking means data is being transmitted and/or received.
Fiber ports, optical fibers, and the connection method
For more information about fiber ports, optical fibers, and the connection methods, see Fiber port under
“Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
FIC-1GEF/FIC-2GEF
Introduction
FIC-1GEF/FIC-2GEF, the 1-port/2-port 1000Base-SX/1000Base-LX GE optical interface module, is used
for router-to-LAN communication.
The modules support:
Five types of 1000Base-SX/1000Base-LX SFP modules: multi-mode short-haul (850 nm),
•
single-mode medium-haul (1310 nm), single-mode long-haul (1310 nm), single mode long-haul
(1550 nm), and single-mode ultra-long haul (1550 nm)
•
Operation at 1000 Mbps
•
Full duplex
Interface attributes
The following table describes the interface attributes of the FIC-1GEF/FIC-2GEF, For more information
about the attributes of the SFP transceiver modules, see 1000-Mbps SFP transceiver module.
Table 110 Interface attributes of the FIC-1GEF/FIC-2GEF
Attribute
FIC-1GEF
Connector
SFP
Number of
interfaces
1
Interface standard
802.3, 802.3u, 802.3ab
Operating mode
FIC-2GEF
2
1000 Mbps
Full duplex
Interface LEDs
The following figures illustrate the FIC-1GEF and FIC-2GEF panels:
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Figure 79 FIC-1GEF panel
Figure 80 FIC-2GEF panel
The following table describes the LEDs on the FIC-1GEF and FIC-2GEF panels.
Table 111 LEDs on the FIC-1GEF/ FIC-2GEF panel
LED
Description
LINK
ACT
•
•
•
•
OFF means no link is present;
ON means a link is present.
OFF means no data is being transmitted or received;
Blinking means data is being received or/and transmitted.
Fiber ports, optical fibers, and the connection method
For more information about fiber ports, optical fibers, and the connection methods, see Fiber port under
“Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
ATM interface module
•
FIC-IMA-4E1
•
FIC-IMA-8E1
•
FIC-1AE3
•
FIC-1AT3
•
FIC-1ATM-OC3
FIC-IMA-4E1/FIC-IMA-8E1
Introduction
The 4-port/8-port E1 ATM inverse multiplexing interface module (FIC-IMA-4E1/FIC-IMA-8E1) provides
four/eight E1 interfaces that support the IMA (inverse multiplexing for ATM) technology.
The IMA technology combines multiple low-speed links into a group to support a high-speed ATM cell
stream: It distributes an ATM cell stream over multiple low-speed E1 links on cell by cell basis at the
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transmission end and reassembles the cells on the low-speed E1 links into the original stream at the far
end. This technology provides a scalable and cost-effective solution, and is commonly used in PDH
networks to transport ATM cells.
Interface attributes
The following table describes the interface attributes of the FIC-IMA-4E1/FIC-IMA-8E1:
Table 112 Interface attributes of the FIC-IMA-4E1
Attribute
Description
FIC-IMA-4E1 (75-ohm)
FIC-IMA-8E1 (75-ohm)
Connector
D68
Number of connectors
1
Interface standard
ITU-G.703, ITU-G.704
Interface rate
2.048 Mbps
Cable type
75-ohm 4E1 conversion cable
Max transmission
distance
500 m (1640.4 ft.)
Operating mode
ATM E1 independent link/IMA bundle mode
Supported service
AAL5
Protocol
PPPoA, PPPoEoA, IPoA, IPoEoA
Transmission rate
CBR/VBR-rt/VBR-nrt/UBR
75-ohm 8E1 conversion cable
Interface LEDs
The following figures illustrate the FIC-IMA-4E1 and FIC-IMA-8E1 (75-ohm) panels:
Figure 81 75-ohm FIC-IMA-4E1 panel
Figure 82 75-ohm FIC-IMA-8E1 panel
The following table describes the LEDs on the FIC-IMA-4E1/FIC-IMA-8E1 panel:
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Table 113 LEDs on the FIC-IMA-4E1/FIC-IMA-8E1 panel
LED
LINK
ACT
Description
•
•
•
•
OFF means no link is present;
ON means a link is present.
OFF means no data is being transmitted or received;
Blinking means data is being received or transmitted.
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about E1 interface cables, see E1 interface under “Cables and the connection
methods” section of this manual.
FIC-IMA-8T1
Introduction
8-port T1 ATM inverse multiplexing interface module (FIC-IMA-8T1) provides four/eight T1 interfaces that
support the IMA technology. Their network application is similar to that of the FIC-IMA-8E1 module.
Interface attributes
The following table describes the interface attributes of the FIC-IMA-8T1:
Table 114 Interface attributes of the FIC-IMA-8T1
Attribute
Description
Connector
D68
Number of connectors
1
Interface standard
ITU-G.703, ITU-G.704
Cable type
8T1 conversion cable (100-ohm straight-through shielded)
Max transmission
distance
150 m (492.1 ft.)
Operating mode
ATM T1 independent link/IMA bundle mode
Supported service
AAL5
Protocol
PPPoA, PPPoEoA, IPoA, IPoEoA
Transmission rate
CBR/VBR-rt/VBR-nrt/UBR
Interface LEDs
The following figures illustrate the FIC-IMA-8T1 panel:
Figure 83 FIC-IMA-8T1 panel
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The following table describes the LEDs on the FIC-IMA-8T1 panel:
Table 115 LEDs on the FIC-IMA-8T1 panel
LED
Description
LINK
ACT
•
•
•
•
OFF means no link is present;
ON means a link is present.
OFF means no data is being transmitted or received;
Blinking means data is being received or transmitted.
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about T1 interface cables and the connection methods, see T1 interface under
“Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
FIC-1AE3
Introduction
FIC-1AE3, the 1-port 34 Mbps ATM-E3 interface module, provides these functions:
Two ATM cell mapping modes: ATM direct mapping (ADM) and physical layer convergence
•
protocol (PLCP).
•
Scrambling in data transmission.
•
Line clock (when working as DTE interface) and internal clock (when working as DCE interface).
•
Four types of test measures: local cell loopback, local loopback, remote payload loopback, and
remote line loopback.
Interface attributes
The following table describes the interface attributes of the FIC-1AE3.
Table 116 Interface attributes of the FIC-1AE3
Attribute
FIC-1AE3
Connector
SMB
Number of connectors
2
Interface standard
G.703, G.751, G.832, G.823
Interface rate
34.368 Mbps
Interface cable
E3/T3 cable (75-ohm coaxial cables)
Supported services
ATM traffic CBR (constant bit rate), rt_VBR (variable bit rate-real time),
nrt_VBR (variable bit rate-non real time), UBR (unspecified bit rate)
Interface LEDs
The following figure illustrates the FIC-1AE3 panel:
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Figure 84 FIC-1AE3 panel
The following table describes the LEDs on the FIC-1AE3 panel.
Table 117 LEDs on the FIC-1AE3 panel
LED
Description
LINK
ACT
•
•
•
•
OFF means no link is present;
ON means a link is present.
OFF means no data is being transmitted or received;
Blinking means data is being received or/and transmitted.
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about E3 interface cables and the connection methods, see E3/T3 interface under
“Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
FIC-1AT3
Introduction
FIC-1AT3, the 1-port 44 Mbps ATM-T3 interface module, provides these functions:
•
Two ATM cell mapping modes: ADM and PLCP.
•
Scrambling in data transmission.
•
Line clock (when working as DTE interface) and internal clock (when working as DCE interface).
•
Four types of test measures: local cell loopback, local loopback, remote payload loopback, and
remote line loopback.
Interface attributes
The following table describes the interface attributes of the FIC-1AT3.
Table 118 Interface attributes of the FIC-1AT3
Attribute
FIC-1AT3
Connector
SMB
Number of connectors
2
Interface standard
G.703, G.704, G.823
Interface rate
44.736 Mbps
Interface cable
E3/T3 cable (75-ohm coaxial cables)
Supported services
ATM Traffic CBR, rt_VBR, nrt_VBR, UBR
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Interface LEDs
The following figure illustrates the FIC-1AT3 panel:
Figure 85 FIC-1AT3 panel
The following table describes the LEDs on the FIC-1AT3 panel.
Table 119 LEDs on the FIC-1AT3 panel
LED
Description
•
•
•
•
LINK
ACT
OFF means no link is present;
ON means a link is present.
OFF means no data is being transmitted or received;
Blinking means data is being received or/and transmitted.
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about T3 interface cables and the connection methods, see E3/T3 interface under
“Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
FIC-1ATM-OC3
Introduction
FIC-1ATM-OC3 is short for 1-port ATM 155 Mbps optical interface module.
FIC-1ATM-OC3 provides the following functions:
•
Two frame formats: SDH STM-1 and SONET OC-3.
•
Scrambling in data transmission.
•
Line clock (when working as DTE interface), and internal clock (when working as DCE interface)
•
Three test measures: local cell loopback, local payload loopback and remote loopback.
Interface attributes
The following table describes the interface attributes of the ATM modules.
Table 120 Interface attributes of the ATM modules
Attribute
Description
Number of
interfaces
1
Connector type
SFP/LC
Interface
standard
SONET OC-3/SDH STM-1
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Attribute
Operating mode
Description
1000 Mbps
Full-duplex
Interface LEDs
The FIC-1ATM-OC3 interface attributes are as follows. For more information about the attributes of the
optional SFP transceiver modules, see 100-Mbps SFP transceiver module.
The following figure illustrates the FIC-1ATM-OC3 panel.
Figure 86 FIC-1ATM-OC3 panel
The following table describes the LEDs on the FIC-1ATM-OC3 panel.
Table 121 Description of the LEDs on the FIC-1ATM-OC3 panel
LED
LINK/ACT
LP/AL
Description
•
•
•
•
•
•
ON means carrier signal has been received.
Blinking means data is being received or/and transmitted.
OFF means no carrier signal has been received.
ON means the interface is in a loopback.
Blinking means an AIS, LFA, or RAI alarm signal is present.
OFF means no loopback or alarm is present.
Note:
LFA = Loss of frame alignment; AIS = Alarm indication signal; RAI = Remote alarm indication.
Fiber ports, optical fibers, and the connection method
For more information about fiber ports, optical fibers, and the connection methods, see Fiber port under
“Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
POS (SDH/SONET) interface module
• FIC-1POS
FIC-1POS
Introduction
FIC-1POS, the 1-port SDH/SONET interface module, supports interface rates up to 155.52 Mbps
(STM-1/OC-3).
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The FIC-1POS uses the protocols such as PPP, Frame Relay and HDLC at the data link layer and IP at the
network layer. It allows direct transmission of packets over SONET/SDH. It supports:
Four types of SFP: multi-mode short-haul (1310 nm), single mode medium-haul (1310 nm), single
•
mode long-haul (1310 nm), and single-mode ultra-long haul (1550 nm).
155.52 Mbps fractional interface
•
Interface attributes
The following table describes the interface attributes of the FIC-1POS. For more information about the
attributes of the optional SFP transceiver modules, see 100-Mbps SFP transceiver module under “Cables
and the connection methods” section of this manual.
Table 122 Interface attributes of the FIC-1POS
Attribute
FIC-1POS
Connector
SFP/LC
Interface standard
SONET OC-3/SDH STM-1
Number of
interfaces
1
Interface rate
155.52 Mbps
Interface LEDs
The following figure illustrates the FIC-1POS panel:
Figure 87 FIC-1POS panel
The following table describes the LEDs on the FIC-1POS panel.
Table 123 LEDs on the FIC-1POS panel
LED
LINK/ACT
LP/AL
Description
•
•
•
•
•
•
ON means carrier signal has been received.
Blinking means data is being received or/and transmitted.
OFF means no carrier signal has been received.
ON means the interface is in a loopback.
Blinking means an AIS, LFA, or RAI alarm signal is present.
OFF means no loopback or alarm is present.
Note:
AIS = Alarm indication signal; LFA = loss of frame alignment; RAI = Remote alarm indication
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Fiber ports, optical fibers, and the connection method
For more information about fiber ports, optical fibers, and the connection methods, see Fiber port under
“Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
CPOS (SDH/SONET) interface module
FIC-1CPOS
•
FIC-1CPOS
Introduction
The
1-port
channelized
SDH/SONET
interface
module
(FIC-1CPOS)
provides
one
STM-1/OC3-compliant multi-channel interface and supports communication speeds up to 155.52 Mbps.
The FIC-1CPOS supports the switchover of E1 and T1 interface modes.
The FIC-1CPOS communicates with the CPU through the PCI interface to receive and transmit data on the
STM-1 channelized POS interface. It supports:
Four types of hot swappable SFP optical interface modules: multi-mode short-haul (1310 nm),
•
single-mode medium-haul (1310 nm), single-mode long-haul (1310 nm), and single-mode
ultra-long-haul (1550 nm).
•
Clear channel (unframed) E1 or T1
•
Fractional (framed) E1 or T1
•
Up to 256 64 kbps logical channels
Interface attributes
The following table describes the interface attributes of the FIC-1CPOS. For more information about the
attributes of the optical SFP transceiver modules, see 100-Mbps SFP transceiver module.
Table 124 Interface attributes of the FIC-1CPOS
Attribute
FIC-1CPOS(E)/FIC-1CPOS(T)
Connector
SFP/LC
Number of
Connectors
1
Interface standard
SONET OC-3/SDH STM-1
Interface rate
155.52 Mbps
Interface LEDs
The following figure illustrates the FIC-1CPOS panel:
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Figure 88 FIC-1CPOS panel
The following table describes the LEDs on the FIC-1CPOS panel.
Table 125 LEDs on the FIC-1CPOS panel
LED
Description
LINK/ACT
LP/AL
•
•
•
•
•
OFF means no link is present;
ON means a link is present.
Blinking means data is being received or transmitted.
ON means a loopback interface is configured.
Blinking means an alarm is present on the physical link.
Note:
AIS = Alarm indication signal; LFA = loss of frame alignment; RAI = Remote alarm indication
Fiber ports, optical fibers, and the connection method
For more information about fiber ports, optical fibers, and the connection methods, see Fiber port under
“Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
Interface mode switchover
You can switch the FIC-1CPOS to operate in E1 and T1 interface modes at the command line interface
(CLI). Perform the following:
1.
Insert the FIC-1CPOS into the FIC slot of the router and then power on the router.
2.
Use the card-mode command in system view to set the interface mode. The following shows the
FIC-1CPOS module is inserted in slot 4 of the device.
# Enter system view
<Sysname> system-view
# Set the FIC-1CPOS to work in the E1 interface mode.
[Sysname] module-mode slot 4 e1
# Set the FIC-1CPOS to work in the T1 interface mode.
[Sysname] module-mode slot 4 t1
E1/T1 interface module
•
FIC-2E1
•
FIC-4E1
•
FIC-4E1-F
•
FIC-8E1
•
FIC-4T1-F
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FIC-2E1/FIC-4E1 and FIC-4E1-F
Introduction
1.
FIC-2E1/FIC-4E1
FIC-2E1/FIC-4E1, the 2-/4-port channelized E1/PRI interface module, transmits, receives, and processes
E1 data traffic. In addition, you can use the module for other purposes, such as CE1 access and the ISDN
PRI function.
2.
FIC-4E1-F
FIC-4E1-F, the 2-/4-port fractional E1 interface module, differs from the FIC-2E1/FIC-4E1 primarily in the
sense that:
The FE1 operating mode supported by the E1-F modules allows only one n × 64 kbps bundle to be
•
formed on each interface, where n = 1 to 31. However, an E1 module allows arbitrary grouping of
31 channels and multiple bundles.
The FIC-E1-F modules do not support PRI mode.
•
Interface attributes
The following table describes the interface attributes of the FIC-E1 and FIC-E1-F modules.
Table 126 Interface attributes of the FIC-E1 and FIC-E1-F modules
Attribute
Description
FIC-2E1
FIC-4E1/FIC-4E1-F
Connector
D15
D25
Number of
connectors
2
1
Interface standard
G.703, G.704
Interface rate
2.048 Mbps
Cable type
•
•
•
•
•
Operating mode
Supported service
E1 75-ohm unbalanced coaxial cable
E1 120-ohm balanced twisted-pair cable
120-ohm 4E1 adapter cable (FIC-4E1/FIC-4E1-F)
75-ohm 4E1 adapter cable (FIC-4E1/FIC-4E1-F)
Coaxial connector, network connector, 75-to-120-ohm adapter (with BNC connector)
E1, CE1, ISDN PRI (only supported by the FIC-E1 modules)
FE1 (only supported by the FIC-E1-F modules)
• Backup
• Leased line
• ISDN PRI (only supported by the FIC-E1 modules)
Interface LEDs
The following figure illustrates the FIC-2E1 panel.
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Figure 89 FIC-2E1 panel
The following figure illustrates the FIC-4E1 panel.
Figure 90 FIC-4E1 panel
The following figure illustrates the FIC-4E1-F panel.
Figure 91 FIC-4E1-F panel
The following table describes the LEDs on the module panels.
Table 127 LEDs on the FIC-E1 and FIC-E1-F panels
LED
LINK/ACT
LP/AL
Description
•
•
•
•
•
•
ON means carrier signal has been received.
Blinking means data is being received or/and transmitted.
OFF means no carrier signal has been received.
ON means the interface is in a loopback.
Blinking means an AIS, LFA, or RAI alarm signal is present.
OFF means no loopback or alarm is present.
Note:
AIS = Alarm indication signal; LFA = loss of frame alignment; RAI = Remote alarm indication
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about E1 interface cables, see E1 interface under “Cables and the connection
methods” section of this manual
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FIC-8E1
Introduction
FIC-8E1, the 8-port channelized E1/PRI interface module, transmits, receives, and processes eight
channels of E1 data traffic. In addition, you can use the module for other purposes, such as CE1 access
and the ISDN PRI function.
NOTE:
Given a FIC-8E1 module, the system automatically creates a serial interface for each timeslot bundle
formed on a controller E1 interface.
Interface attributes
The following table describes the interface attributes of the FIC-8E1 modules.
Table 128 Interface attributes of the FIC-8E1 module
Attribute
Description
Connector
D68
Number of connectors
1
Interface standard
G.703
Interface rate
2.048 Mbps
Cable type
75-ohm 8E1 conversion cable
Operating mode
• E1, CE1, ISDN PRI
Supported service
• Backup
• Terminal access service
• ISDN PRI
Interface LEDs
The following figures illustrate the FIC-8E1 panel.
Figure 92 FIC-8E1 (75-ohm) panel
The following table describes the LEDs on the module panels:
Table 129 LEDs on the FIC-8E1 panels
LED
Description
LINK/ACT
• ON means carrier signal has been received.
• Blinking means data is being received or/and transmitted.
• OFF means no carrier signal has been received.
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LED
Description
LP/AL
• ON means the interface is in a loopback.
• Blinking means an AIS, LFA, or RAI alarm signal is present.
• OFF means no loopback or alarm is present.
Note:
AIS = Alarm indication signal; LFA = loss of frame alignment; RAI = Remote alarm indication
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about E1 interface cables, see E1 interface under “Cables and the connection
methods” section of this manual
FIC-4T1-F
Introduction
The FT1 operating mode supported by the T1-F modules allows only one n × 64 kbps or n × 56 kbps
bundle to be formed on each interface, where n = 1 to 24. The FIC-4T1-F modules do not support PRI
mode.
Interface attributes
The following table describes the interface attributes of the FIC-4T1-F module.
Table 130 Interface attributes of the FIC-4T1-F modules
Attribute
Description
Connector
RJ-45
Number of connectors
• 4
Interface standard
•
•
•
•
•
G.703/T1 102
G.704
AT&T TR 54016
AT&T TR 62411
ANSI T1.403
Interface rate
1.544 Mbps
Cable type
T1 cable (100-ohm straight-through shielded cable)
Operating mode
FT1
Supported service
• Backup
• Leased line
Interface LEDs
The following figure illustrates the FIC-4T1-F panel.
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Figure 93 FIC-4T1-F panel
The following table describes the LEDs on the module panels.
Table 131 LEDs on the FIC-4T1-F panel
LED
Description
LINK/ACT
LP/AL
•
•
•
•
•
•
ON means the carrier signal has been received.
OFF means no carrier signal has been received.
Blinking means data is being transmitted or/and received.
ON means the interface is in a loopback.
Blinking means an AIS, LFA, or RAI alarm signal is present.
OFF means no loopback or alarm is present.
Note:
AIS = Alarm indication signal; LFA = loss of frame alignment; RAI = Remote alarm indication
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about T1 interface cables, see T1 interface under “Cables and the connection
methods” section of this manual
E3/T3 interface module
•
FIC-1CE3
•
FIC-1CT3
FIC-1CE3
Introduction
FIC-1CE3, the 1-port channelized E3/fractional E3 interface module, delivers these functions:
•
In E3 mode, transmitting, receiving, and processing one channel of E3 fast traffic; providing E3
traffic access.
•
In CE3 mode, providing the subscribers with N × 64 kbps low-speed access, where N is smaller
than or equal to 128.
NOTE:
E3 represents the tertiary group rate of E system in the TDM system, that is, 34.368 Mbps. Through E23
and E12 demultiplexing, an E3 channel can be channelized into 16 E1 lines, each supporting both the E1
and CE1 modes. E23 means either E2-to-E3 multiplex or E3-to-E2 demultiplex, and E12 means E1-to-E2
multiplex or E2-to-E1 demultiplex. “E23” and “E12” discussed here represent the demultiplex process.
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Interface attributes
The following table describes the interface attributes of the FIC-1CE3/FIC-2CE3.
Table 132 FIC-1CE3 interface attributes
Attribute
Description
Connector
SMB
Number of connectors
2
G.703
G.704
Interface standard
G.751
Interface rate
34.368 Mbps
Cable type
E3 cable (75-ohm coaxial cable)
E3
Operating mode
CE3
Supported service
E3 leased line
Interface LEDs
The following figure illustrates an FIC-1CE3 panel.
Figure 94 FIC-1CE3 panel
The following table describes the LEDs on the module panel.
Table 133 LEDs on the FIC-1CE3 panel
LED
LINK/ACT
LP/AL
Description
•
•
•
•
•
•
ON means the carrier signal has been received.
OFF means no carrier signal has been received.
Blinking means data is being transmitted or/and received.
ON means the interface is in a loopback.
Blinking means an AIS, LFA, or RAI alarm signal is present.
OFF means no loopback or alarm is present.
Note:
AIS = Alarm indication signal; LFA = loss of frame alignment; RAI = Remote alarm indication
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about E3 interface cables and the connection methods, see E3/T3 interface under
“Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
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FIC-1CT3
Introduction
FIC-1CT3, the 1-port channelized/non channelized T3 interface module, delivers these functions:
In T3 mode, transmitting, receiving, and processing one channel of T3 fast traffic; providing T3
•
traffic access.
In CT3 mode, providing the subscribers with N × 64 kbps or N × 56 kbps low-speed access, where
•
N is smaller than or equal to 128.
NOTE:
T3 represents the tertiary group rate of T system in the TDM system, that is, 44.736 Mbps. Through T23
and T12A demultiplexing, a T3 channel can be channelized into 28 T1 lines, each also supporting the
operating mode of CT1. T23 means either T2-to-T3 multiplex or T3-to-T2 demultiplex, and T12 means
T1-to-T2 multiplex or T2-to-T1 demultiplex. “T23” and “T12” discussed here represent the demultiplex
process.
Interface attributes
The following table describes the interface attributes of the FIC-1CT3.
Table 134 FIC-1CT3 interface attributes
Attribute
Description
Connector
SMB
Number of connectors
2
Interface standard
•
•
•
•
•
•
G.703
G.704
G.752
AT&T TR 54014
AT&T TR 62415
ANSI T1.107
Interface rate
44.736 Mbps
Cable
T3 cable (75-ohm coaxial cable)
T3
Operating mode
CT3
Supported service
T3 leased line
Interface LEDs
The following figure illustrates an FIC-1CT3 panel.
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Figure 95 FIC-1CT3 panel
The following table describes the LEDs on the module panel.
Table 135 LEDs on the FIC-1CT3 panel
LED
Description
LINK/ACT
LP/AL
•
•
•
•
•
•
ON means the carrier signal has been received.
OFF means no carrier signal has been received.
Blinking means data is being transmitted or/and received.
ON means the interface is in a loopback.
Blinking means an AIS, LFA, or RAI alarm signal is present.
OFF means no loopback or alarm is present.
Note:
AIS = Alarm indication signal; LFA = loss of frame alignment; RAI = Remote alarm indication
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about T3 interface cables, see E3/T3 interface under “Cables and the connection
methods” section of this manual.
ISDN BRI interface module
FIC-4BSE
•
FIC-4BSE
Introduction
FIC-4BSE, the four-port ISDN BRI interface module, transmits, receives, and processes four channels of
ISDN BRI S/T data traffic on ISDN BRI S/T interfaces.
The FIC-4BSE differs from the FIC-4BS only in the way they set matched resistance for an ISDN BRI S/T
interface: the FIC-4BS uses jumpers while the FIC-4BSE uses DIP switches.
The FIC-4BSE can work in dial mode or leased line mode.
Interface attributes
The following table describes the interface attributes of the FIC-4BSE.
Table 136 Interface attributes of the FIC-4BSE
Attribute
Description
Connector
RJ-45
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Attribute
Description
Number of connectors
4
Cable
ISDN S/T cable
Protocol & standard
ITU-T I.430, Q.921, Q.931
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Operating mode
Supported service
ISDN dial-up
ISDN leased line
ISDN
ISDN supplementary services
Multi-user number
Sub-addressing
Backup
Jumper settings
The FIC-4BSE uses jumpers to set matched resistance for ISDN BRI S/T interfaces. The use of 100-ohm
resistance on an ISDN BRI S/T interface depends on jumper settings. The following figure shows the
jumper settings, where all the ISDN BRI S/T interfaces are using 100-ohm resistance.
Figure 96 Jumper settings of the FIC-4BSE (example)
S1
S4
S5
S7
S2
S3
S6
S8
0
2
1
3
The following table describes how to set jumpers.
Table 137 Set the jumpers on the FIC-4BSE
Jumper settings & description
Default
• To use a 100-ohm matched resistance for data transmission,
S2
Interface 0
S1
Interface 1
S4
place the jumper over pins 1 and 2.
• To do otherwise, place the jumper over jump pins 2 and 3.
• See Figure 96.
• To use a 100-ohm matched resistance for data receiving, place
the jumper over jump pins 1 and 2.
• To do otherwise, place the jumper over jump pins 2 and 3.
• See Figure 96.
• To use a 100-ohm matched resistance for data transmission,
place the jumper over pins 1 and 2.
• To do otherwise, place the jumper over jump pins 2 and 3.
• See Figure 96.
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The jumpers are
placed over
jump pins 2 and
3, meaning
100-ohm
matched
resistances are
not used.
Jumper settings & description
Default
• To use a 100-ohm matched resistance for data receiving, place
S3
S6
Interface 2
S5
S8
Interface 3
S7
the jumper over jump pins 1 and 2.
• To do otherwise, place the jumper over jump pins 2 and 3.
• See Figure 96.
• To use a 100-ohm matched resistance for data transmission,
place the jumper over pins 1 and 2.
• To do otherwise, place the jumper over jump pins 2 and 3.
• See Figure 96.
• To use a 100-ohm matched resistance for data receiving, place
the jumper over jump pins 1 and 2.
• To do otherwise, place the jumper over jump pins 2 and 3.
• See Figure 96.
• To use a 100-ohm matched resistance for data transmission,
place the jumper over pins 1 and 2.
• To do otherwise, place the jumper over jump pins 2 and 3.
• See Figure 96.
• To use a 100-ohm matched resistance for data receiving, place
the jumper over jump pins 1 and 2.
• To do otherwise, place the jumper over jump pins 2 and 3.
• See Figure 96.
Interface LEDs
The following figure illustrates the FIC-4BSE panel.
Figure 97 FIC-4BSE panel
The following table describes the LEDs on the module panel.
Table 138 LEDs on the FIC-4BSE panel
LED
LINK
ACT
Description
•
•
•
•
OFF means no link is present.
ON means a link is present.
OFF means no data is being received or transmitted.
Blinking means data is being received and/or transmitted.
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about BSE interface cables, see BSV/BSE interface under “Cables and the
connection methods” section of this manual.
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Serial interface module
•
FIC-4SAE
•
FIC-8SAE
•
FIC-8ASE
•
FIC-16ASE
FIC-4SAE/FIC-8SAE
Introduction
FIC-4SAE/FIC-8SAE, 4-/8-port enhanced high-speed synchronous/asynchronous serial interface
module, transmits, receives, and processes data on the synchronous/asynchronous serial interface. They
support both synchronous and asynchronous modes. In the former case, they support the DTE/DCE
mode.
DTE and DCE
An FIC-SA module is usually connected to an external modem for dialing purpose, where an appropriate
baud rate setting is required.
The synchronous serial interface can work in either DTE or DCE mode. Two directly connected devices
must work as DTE and DCE respectively. The DCE provides clock synchronization and specifies the
communication rate, whereas the DTE accepts clock synchronization and communicates at the specified
rate.
The router normally works as a DTE. To identify whether the equipment connected to the router is DTE or
DCE, refer to the manual shipped with the equipment.
Speed and transmission segment of synchronous/asynchronous serial interface
In different operating modes, the synchronous/asynchronous serial interface supports different electric
signal specifications and baud rates. In addition, the maximum signal transmission segment depends not
only on the specified baud rate but also on the selected cable. The following table shows how the cable
type, baud rate, and the maximum signal transmission segment related to each other.
Table 139 Speed and transmission segment of the V.24 (RS232)/V.35 cable
V.24 (RS232)
V.35
Baud rate (bps)
Max. transmission
segment
Baud rate (bps)
Max. transmission segment
2400
60 m (196.9 ft.)
2400
1250 (4101 ft.)
4800
60 m (196.9 ft)
4800
625 m (2050.5 ft.)
9600
30 m (98.4 ft.)
9600
312 m (1023.6 ft.)
19200
30 m (98.4 ft)
19200
156 m (511.8 ft.)
38400
20 m 65.6 ft.)
38400
78 m (255.9 ft.)
64000
20 m (65.6 ft)
56000
60 m (196.9 ft.)
115200
10 m (32.8 ft.)
64000
50 m (164 ft.)
98
V.24 (RS232)
—
V.35
—
2048000
30 m (98.4 ft.)
NOTE:
When a V.24 cable is used, the baud rate of the FIC-SA in synchronous mode shall not exceed 64 Kbps.
Interface attributes
The following table describes the interface attributes of the FIC-SAE:
Table 140 Interface attributes of the FIC-4SAE/FIC-8SAE
Attribute
Connector
Description
Synchronous
Asynchronous
D28
2 (FIC-2SAE)
Number of connectors
4 (FIC-4SAE)
8 (FIC-8SAE)
V.24
V.35, RS449, X.21,
RS530
DTE,
DCE
DTE
Min. baud rate(bps)
1200
1200
Max. baud rate(bps)
64 k
4.096 M
Cable
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Interface standard and
operating mode
Supported service
RS232
DCE
300
2.048 M
115.2
V.24 (RS232) DTE cable
V.24 (RS232) DCE cable
V.35 DTE cable
V.35 DCE cable
X.21 DTE cable
X.21 DCE cable
RS449 DTE cable
RS449 DCE cable
RS530 DTE cable
RS530 DCE cable
• DDN leased line
• Terminal access service
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•
•
•
•
Dialup through modem
Backup
Asynchronous leased line
Terminal access service
Interface LEDs
Figure 98 FIC-4SAE panel
The following table describes the LEDs on the FIC-4SAE panel:
Table 141 LEDs on the FIC-4SAE panel
LED
LINK
ACT
Description
•
•
•
•
OFF means no link is present;
ON means a link is present.
OFF means no data is being transmitted or received.
Blinking means data is being transmitted and/or received.
The following figure shows the FIC-8SAE panel:
Figure 99 FIC-8SAE front panel
On the FIC-8SAE panel, each link corresponds to a LED. ON means a link is present; blinking means
data is being transmitted and/or received.
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about asynchronous serial port cables, see Asynchronous serial ports under
“Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
FIC-8ASE/FIC-16ASE
Introduction
FIC-8ASE/FIC-16ASE, 8-/16-port enhanced asynchronous serial interface module, transmits, receives,
and processes data traffic on asynchronous serial interfaces. Each asynchronous serial interface can
operate at a speed as fast as 115.2 kbps, supporting terminal access service and asynchronous leased
line. In addition, these asynchronous serial interfaces can serve as the dialup access servers for the small
and medium-sized ISPs to interconnect eight (using the FIC-8ASE) or 16 (using the FIC-16ASE) LANs
through asynchronous dialup lines.
Interface attributes
The following table describes the interface attributes of the FIC-8ASE and FIC-16ASE:
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Table 142 Interface attributes of the FIC-8ASE/ FIC-16ASE
Attribute
Description
FIC-8ASE
FIC-16ASE
Connector
RJ-45
Number of connectors
• 8 (FIC-8ASE)
• 16 (FIC-16ASE)
Interface standard and operating mode
RS232
Cable type
• AUX cable
• Ethernet straight-through cable
• FIC-8ASE/FIC-16ASE dumb terminal cable
Min. baud rate (bps)
300
Max. baud rate (bps)
115.2 k
Service supported
•
•
•
•
Dialup through modem
Backup
Terminal access service
Asynchronous leased line
Interface LEDs
The following figures show the FIC-8ASE and FIC-16ASE panels:
Figure 100 FIC-8ASE panel
Figure 101 FIC-16ASE panel
The FIC-8ASE/FIC-16ASE has one LED for each port. These LEDs are located in the apertures beneath the
ports. ON means a link is present; OFF means data is being transmitted and/or received.
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about asynchronous serial port cables, see Asynchronous serial ports under
“Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
Voice interface module
•
FIC-4FXS
101
•
FIC-4FXO
•
FIC-4E&M
•
FIC-24FXS
•
FIC-2VE1
•
FIC-2VT1
•
FIC-1VE1
•
FIC-1VT1
FIC-4FXS/FIC-4FXO
Introduction
FIC-4FXS, the 4-port voice subscriber circuit interface module, processes and transmits over data
communications networks voice signals for 4 regular analog phones, faxes, or AT0 loop trunks of
telephone exchanges.
FIC-4FXO, the 4-port voice AT0 analog trunk interface module, processes and transmits over data
communications networks voice signals for 4 loops of telephone exchanges.
Interface attributes
The following table describes the interface attributes of the FIC-4FXS/FIC-4FXO.
Table 143 Interface attributes of the FIC-4FXS/FIC-4FXO
Attribute
Description
Connector
RJ-45
Number of connectors
• 4
Cable
Interface standard
Dial-up mode
Bandwidth
•
•
•
•
•
Telephone cable with ferrite core
E&M trunk cable (only for E&M modules, made on site)
ITU Q.512-compliant subscriber circuit interface (FIC-4FXS)
ITU Q.552-compliant loop trunk interface (FIC-4FXO)
ITU K.20-compliant overcurrent protection
Dual-tone multifrequency (DTMF), compliant with GB3378
(Pulse dial is not available.)
300 Hz to 3400 Hz
Interface LEDs
The following figure illustrates the FIC-4FXS panel:
Figure 102 FIC-4FXS panel
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The following figure illustrates the FIC-4FXO panel:
Figure 103 FIC-4FXO panel
Table 144 LEDs on the FIC-FXS/FIC-FXO panel
LED
Description
•
•
•
•
LINK
ACT
OFF means no link is present.
ON means a link is present.
OFF means the channel is idle.
ON means there is call activity.
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about FXS / FXO interface cables and the connection methods, see ADSL / BS /
FXS / FXO interface under “Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
FIC-4E&M
Introduction
FIC-4E&M, the 4-port voice E&M analog trunk interface module, provides and transmits over data
communications networks voice signals for 4 E&M analog trunks.
Interface attributes
The following table describes the interface attributes of the FIC-4E&M.
Table 145 Interface attributes of the FIC-4E&M
Attribute
Description
Connector
RJ-45
Number of connectors
• 4
Cable
Interface standard
Dial-up mode
Bandwidth
•
•
•
•
•
Telephone cable with ferrite core
E&M trunk cable (only for E&M modules, made on site)
ITU Q.512-compliant subscriber circuit interface (FIC-4FXS)
ITU Q.552-compliant loop trunk interface (FIC-4FXO)
ITU K.20-compliant overcurrent protection
Dual-tone multifrequency (DTMF), compliant with GB3378
(Pulse dial is not available.)
300 Hz to 3400 Hz
Interface LEDs
The following figure illustrates the FIC-4E&M panel:
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Figure 104 FIC-4E&M panel
Table 146 LEDs on the FIC-E&M panel
LED
Description
•
•
•
•
LINK
ACT
OFF means no link is present.
ON means a link is present.
OFF means the channel is idle.
ON means there is call activity.
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about E&Minterface cables and the connection methods, see E&M interface under
“Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
FIC-24FXS
Introduction
The 24-port voice subscriber circuit interface module (FIC-24FXS) processes and transmits voice signals
over data communications networks for 24 regular analog phones, faxes, or AT0 loop trunks of
telephone exchanges.
Interface attributes
Table 147 Interface attributes of the FIC-24FXS module
Attribute
Description
Connector
50-pin D-type female connector
Interface standard
FXS interface
Interface rate
24 × FXS interface rate
Interface LEDs
FIC-24FXS has two kinds of LEDs, Active and Link.
Table 148 Description of LEDs on the FIC-24FXS panel
LED
LINK
ACT
Description
• OFF means no link is present.
• ON means a link is present.
• OFF means the channel is idle.
ON means there is call activity.
The following figure illustrates the FIC-24FXS panel.
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Figure 105 FIC-24FXS front panel
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about 24FXS interface cables and the connection methods, see 24FXS interface.
FIC-2VE1
Introduction
2-port E1 voice interface module (FIC-2VE1) can handle dense voice signals in VoIP system. It provides
two CE1/PRI/R2 ports, allowing the access of 60 channels of voice signals.
Interface attributes
The interface attributes of FIC-2VE1 are shown in the following table.
Table 149 Interface attributes of FIC-2VE1
Attribute
Description
Connector
D15
Number of connectors
2
CE1
Operating mode
ISDN PRI
R2
Interface rate
Cable
2.048 Mbps
• E1 75-ohm unbalanced twisted pair cable
• E1 120-ohm balanced twisted pair cable
• Coaxial connector, network connector, 75-to-120-ohm adapter
(with BNC connector)
Supported service
•
•
•
•
R2 signaling
DSS1 signaling
IP Fax
General VoIP features in Comware
Interface LEDs
FIC-2VE1 panel is shown in the following figure:
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Figure 106 FIC-2VE1 panel
Description of the LEDs on FIC-2VE1 panel is shown in the following table:
Table 150 Description of the LEDs on FIC-2VE1 panel
LED
LINK/ACT
LP/AL
Description
•
•
•
•
•
•
ON means carrier signal has been received.
Blinking means data is being received or/and transmitted.
OFF means no carrier signal has been received.
ON means the interface is in a loopback.
Blinking means an AIS, LFA, or RAI alarm signal is present.
OFF means no loopback or alarm is present.
Note:
AIS = Alarm indication signal; LFA = loss of frame alignment; RAI = Remote alarm indication
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about E1 interface cables and the connection methods, see E1 interface under
“Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
FIC-2VT1
Introduction
2-port T1 voice interface module (FIC-2VT1) can handle dense voice signals in VoIP system. It provides
two CE1/PRI ports, allowing the access of 48 channels of voice signals.
Interface attributes
The interface attributes of FIC-2VT1 are shown in the following table.
Table 151 Interface attributes of FIC-2VT1
Attribute
Description
Connector
RJ-45
Number of connector
2
Interface standard
•
•
•
•
•
G.703/T1.102
G.704
AT&T TR 54016
AT&T TR 62411
ANSI T1.403
Interface rate
1.544 Mbps
Cable type
T1 cable (100-ohm standard shielded cable)
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Attribute
Description
•
•
•
•
•
Operation mode
Services
CT1
ISDN PRI
Backup
Terminal access
ISDN
Interface LEDs
FIC-2VT1 panel is shown in the following figure:
Figure 107 FIC-2VT1 panel
Description of the LEDs on FIC-2VT1 panel is shown in the following table:
Table 152 Description of the LEDs on FIC-2VT1 panel
LED
LINK/ACT
LP/AL
Description
•
•
•
•
•
•
ON means carrier signal has been received.
Blinking means data is being received or/and transmitted.
OFF means no carrier signal has been received.
ON means the interface is in a loopback.
Blinking means an AIS, LFA, or RAI alarm signal is present.
OFF means no loopback or alarm is present.
Note:
AIS = Alarm indication signal; LFA = loss of frame alignment; RAI = Remote alarm indication
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about T1 interface cables and the connection methods, see T1 interface under
“Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
FIC-1VE1
Introduction
1-port E1 voice interface module (FIC-1VE1) can handle dense voice signals in VoIP system. It provides a
CE1/PRI/R2 port, allowing the access of 30 channels of voice signals.
Interface attributes
The interface attributes of FIC-1VE1 are shown in the following table.
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Table 153 Interface attributes of FIC-1VE1
Attribute
Description
Connector
D15
Number of connectors
1
CE1
ISDN PRI
Operating mode
R2
Interface rate
2.048 Mbps
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Cable
Supported service
E1 120-ohm balanced twisted pair cable
75ohm-to-120ohm adapter
Network interface connector
R2 signaling
DSS1 signaling
IP Fax
General VoIP features in Comware
Interface LEDs
FIC-1VE1 panel is shown in the following figure:
Figure 108 FIC-1VE1 panel
Description of the LEDs on FIC-1VE1 panel is shown in the following table:
Table 154 Description of the LEDs on FIC-1VE1 panel
LED
LINK/ACT
LP/AL
Description
•
•
•
•
•
•
ON means carrier signal has been received.
Blinking means data is being received or/and transmitted.
OFF means no carrier signal has been received.
ON means the interface is in a loopback.
Blinking means an AIS, LFA, or RAI alarm signal is present.
OFF means no loopback or alarm is present.
Note:
AIS = Alarm indication signal; LFA = loss of frame alignment; RAI = Remote alarm indication
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about E1 interface cables and the connection methods, see E1 interface under
“Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
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FIC-1VT1
Introduction
1-port T1 voice interface module (FIC-1VT1) can handle dense voice signals in VoIP system. It provides a
CT1/PRI port, allowing the access of 24 channels of voice signals.
Interface attributes
The interface attributes of FIC-1VT1 are shown in the following table.
Table 155 Interface attributes of FIC-1VT1
Attribute
Description
Connector
RJ-45
Number of connector
1
Interface standard
•
•
•
•
•
G.703/T1.102
G.704
AT&T TR 54016
AT&T TR 62411
ANSI T1.403
Interface rate
1.544 Mbps
Cable type
T1 cable (100-ohm standard shielded cable)
Operation mode
Services
•
•
•
•
•
CT1
ISDN PRI
Backup
Terminal access
ISDN
Interface LEDs
FIC-1VT1 panel is shown in the following figure:
Figure 109 FIC-1VT1 panel
Description of the LEDs on FIC-1VT1 panel is shown in the following table:
Table 156 Description of the LEDs on FIC-1VT1 panel
LED
Description
LINK/ACT
• ON means carrier signal has been received.
• Blinking means data is being received or/and transmitted.
• OFF means no carrier signal has been received.
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LED
Description
LP/AL
• ON means the interface is in a loopback.
• Blinking means an AIS, LFA, or RAI alarm signal is present.
• OFF means no loopback or alarm is present.
Note:
AIS = Alarm indication signal; LFA = loss of frame alignment; RAI = Remote alarm indication
Interface cables and the connection methods
For more information about T1 interface cables and the connection methods, see T1 interface under
“Cables and the connection methods” section of this manual.
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ESM/VCPM/VPM
ESMs
Enhanced service module (ESM) is installed on a multi-service module (MSC). It supports IPsec and
hardware encryption/decryption and hashing operation by using hardware encryption expedites IP
packet encryption. Thus, the router can encrypt packets with high performance and reliability.
The encryption engine is optional. On a router installed with an encryption engine, the main control
board functions to route IP packets and implement encryption-enabled VPN, while the encryption module
functions to encrypt packets.
•
ESM-ANDE
•
ESM-SNDE
ESM-ANDE
Introduction
Advanced network data encryption engine (ANDE) supports IPsec and hardware expedited IP data
packet encryption, thus providing encryption with high performance and reliability.
Installed with an ESM-ANDE module, the main board of your router can implement VPN with
encryption provided by the ESM-ANDE module in addition to IP packet forwarding.
•
Interface attributes
Table 157 Interface attributes of the ESM-ANDE module
Attribute
Description
Protocol supported
IPsec
IPsec concurrent tunnels
100 (implemented through software)
Hardware algorithm
key algorithm (DES, 3DES, AES, QC5, Blowfish, Cast-128 and
SkipJack)
Authentication algorithm (HMAC-MD5-96, HMAC-SHA-1-96)
Interface LEDs
There is no LED on the ESM-ANDE module. Display of the status of the module is implemented through
the ESM interface LED on the main board of the router.
The following table describes the LEDs on the panel.
Table 158 Description of the LEDs on the panel
LED
ESMx
Description
• Green: ANDE module is in the slot and is operating normally. Yellow: ANDE module is in
the slot but cannot be accessed by the router.
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LED
Description
Note:
x means the number of the slot the ESM LED is in.
Installing and removing an ESM-ANDE module
For more information about installing and removing an ESM-ANDE module, see the installation guides
for the HP A-MSR router models.
ESM-SNDE
Introduction
Standard network data encryption engine (SNDE) supports IPsec and hardware expedited IP data
packet encryption, thus providing encryption with high performance and reliability.
Installed with an ESM-SNDE module, the main board of your router can implement VPN with encryption
provided by the ESM-SNDE module in addition to IP packet forwarding.
Interface attributes
Table 159 Interface attributes of the ESM-SNDE module
Attribute
Description
Protocol supported
IPsec
IPsec concurrent tunnels
100 (implemented through software)
Hardware algorithm
key algorithm (DES, 3DES, AES, QC5, Blowfish, Cast-128 and
SkipJack)
Authentication algorithm (HMAC-MD5-96, HMAC-SHA-1-96)
Interface LEDs
There is no LED on the ESM-SNDE module. Display of the status of the module is implemented through the
ESM interface LED on the main board of the router.
The following table describes the LEDs on the SNDE panel.
Table 160 Description of the LEDs on the ESM-SNDE
LED
ESMx
Description
• Green: SNDE module is in the slot and is operating normally. Yellow: SNDE module is in
the slot but cannot be accessed by the router.
Note:
x means the number of the slot the ESM LED is in.
Installing and removing an ESM-SNDE module
For more information about installing and removing an ESM-SNDE module, see the installation guides
for the HP A-MSR router models.
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VCPM/VPM
•
VCPM
•
VPM
VCPM/VPM Purchase Guide
•
The main boards of the A-MSR20-40 and A-MSR30 series routers provide voice co-processing
module (VCPM) and voice processing module (VPM) slots, but have no VCPM and VPM modules
installed when A-MSR is shipped from the factory.
•
The SIC-VE1/SIC-VT1 module does not provide any VCPM or VPM slot, and can only use the VCPM
and VPM installed on the main board of A-MSR.
•
The MIM-1VE1/MIM-1VT1 module provides a VCPM and a VPM slot, and the
MIM-2VE1/MIM-2VT1 module provides a VCPM and two VPM slots. Each MIM-VE1/MIM-VT1
module has a VCPM installed but has no VPM installed when it is shipped from the factory.
•
The VCPM module used for the main board of A-MSR20-40 and A-MSR30 series routers and the
VCPM module that comes pre-installed on the MIM-VE1/VT1 module are different and cannot be
used interchangeably.
•
The VPM module used for the main board of an A-MSR20-40 or A-MSR30 series router is the same
as that installed on the MIM-VE1/VT1 module
•
When you install a SIC-VE1/SIC-VT1 module into a supported A-MSR20-40 and A-MSR30 series
routers, then you also need to install a VCPM and VPM on the main board of the A-MSR. The
number of VPMs needed depends on the number of calls. Installation should be performed by HP
personnel or an Authorized HP partner.
•
The MIM-VE1/VT1 module must be used with VPM installed. The number of VPMs needed depends
on the number of calls.
•
If you install more than one MIM-VE1/MIM-VT1 modules (or one MIM-VE1/MIM-VT1 module and
one SIC-VE1/SIC-VT1 module) into a supported A-MSR 30 series router, you need to add another
VCPM on the main board of the A-MSR.
•
If you install a single MIM-VE1/MIM-VT1 module into A-MSR 30 series routers, no more VCPM is
needed.
•
Because the initiator of a three-party conference is responsible for audio mixing, so when using
A-MSR as the initiator of a three-party conference, the main board of A-MSR must have VPM
installed.
•
Do not install a VCPM on the A-MSR20-12 router when installing a SIC-VE1/SIC-VT1 module on
them. Each main board of the A-MSR 20-12 routers provides only one VPN slot. The specifications
and number of VPMs needed depend on the number of calls. Installation should be performed by
HP personnel or an authorized HP partner.
•
The multi-service module A (MSCA) of an A-MSR 50 series router provides VCPM and VPM slots, but
the multi-service module B (MSCB) provides only one VCPM slot. No VCPM and VPM slots are
installed when A-MSR is shipped.
•
Install VCPM and VPM modules on a MSCA when installing the SIC-VE1/SIC-VT1 on the A-MSR50
series routers. The specifications and number of VPM modules needed depend on the number of
calls.
•
The FIC-1VE1/FIC-1VT1 module provides one VCPM slot and one VPM slot and the
FIC-2VE1/FIC-2VT1 module provides one VCPM and two VPM slots. The FIC-2VE1/FIC-2VT1
module has a VCPM installed when A-MSR is shipped.
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•
The VCPM module installed on the MSCR/MSCB of an A-MSR50 series router is different from that
installed on the FIC-VE1/FIC-VT1 module. Therefore, they cannot be used interchangeably.
•
The FIC-VE1/FIC-VT1 is used with a VPM module installed. The specifications and number of VPM
modules needed depend on the number of calls.
•
The VPM modules installed on the MSCA of the A-MSR50 series routers are the same as that
installed on the FIC-VE1/FIC-VT1 modules.
•
If you install more than two FIC-VE1/FIC-VT1 modules on an A-MSR50 series router, you need to
add another VCPM module on the MSCA/MSCA.
VCPM
Introduction
Voice co-processing module (VCPM) provides transmission channel between DSP strip and system
memory for voice data, thus implementing TDM HW exchange for each PCM data voice channel.
VCPM module is required for voice communications of routers.
Interface attributes
Table 161 Interface attributes of the VCPM module
Attribute
Description
Connector
Double-edge connector
Interface type
PCI 2.2, EHPI
Data transmission
rate
• Operating rate for PCI bus: 33 MHz/66 MHz
• Maximum bandwidth: 264 Mbps
• BURST transmission: Up to 1 KB of data can be transmitted once and the maximum
number of bytes transmitted can be configured.
Interface LEDs
There is no LED on the VCPM module and display of the status of the module is implemented through the
VCPM interface LED on the main board of the router.
The following table describes the LEDs on the main board:
Table 162 Description on the LEDs
LED
VCPMx
Description
• Green: VCPM module is in the slot and is operating normally. Yellow: VCPM module is in
the slot but cannot be accessed by the router.
Note:
X means the slot number VCPM module LED is on.
Installing/removing a VCPM module
VCPM module should be installed in the VCPM slot on the main board of an A-MSR 20-40 or A-MSR 30
router, or in the VCPM slot on the MSC module of an A-MSR 50 router. The board that provides VCPM
slots is referred to hereafter as mother board. Suppose the mother board is uninstalled and put on the
workbench.
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Removing a VCPM module
Follow these steps to uninstall the VCPM module:
1.
Remove the three fastening screws on the VCPM module.
2.
Remove the VCPM module from the .mother board. Do not overexert when removing the VCPM
module because the connector of the daughter board is still on the mother board.
3.
If no SNDE module is to be installed, remove the three metal standoffs
Installing a VCPM module
Follow these steps to install VCPM module:
1.
Confirm the correct position of the VCPM module on the mother board.
2.
Fasten the three metal standoffs on the mother board.
3.
Install the VCPM module on the mother board and fasten it with three screws. During installation,
align the two connectors under the daughter board to the connectors on the main board to avoid
damage to the connectors.
VPM
Introduction
Voice Processing Module (VPM) functions encoding/decoding, echo cancellation (EC) and comfortable
noise generation (CNG) of voices.
Interface attributes
Table 163 Interface attributes of the VPM module
Attribute
Description
Number of calls
supported
•
•
•
•
8
16
24
32
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Cables and the connection methods
Ethernet interface
Ethernet cable appearance and applicable models
Table 164 Ethernet cable appearance and applicable models
Cable
Applicable
models
Appearance
SIC-4FSW
SIC-4FSW-PoE
DSIC-9FSW
DSIC-9FSW-PoE
MIM-16FSW
MIM-16FSW-PoE
DMIM-24FSW
DMIM-24FSW-PoE
FIC-16FSW
FIC-16FSW-PoE
DFIC-24FSW
DFIC-24FSW-PoE
SIC-1FEA
Ethernet
cable
SIC-1GEC
XMIM-16FSW
1 × RJ45 < ---- > 1 × RJ45
XMIM-24FSW
MIM-1FE
MIM-2FE
MIM-4FE
MIM-1GBE
MIM-2GBE
FIC-16FSW
FIC-16FSW-PoE
FIC-1FE
FIC-2FE
FIC-4FE
FIC-1GBE
FIC-2GBE
10/100 Mbps Ethernet uses category-5 twisted pair cables, and 1000 Mbps Ethernet uses category-5
enhanced or category-6 twisted pair cables. Twisted pair cables include straight-through cables and
crossover cables.
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Category-5 cables provide a transmission frequency of 100 MHz for voice and data transmission; they
are mainly used in 100Base-T and 10Base-T networks. Category-5 cables are common Ethernet cables,
which can also be used to transmit 1000 Mbps Ethernet data.
Category-5 enhanced cables feature low attenuation and crosstalk, providing higher attenuation to
crosstalk ratio (ACR), less delay error and higher performance than category-5 cables. Category-5
enhanced cables are mainly used in 1000 Mbps Ethernet networks.
Category-6 cables provide a transmission frequency of 1 MHz to 250 MHz, and improve the
performance on crosstalk and return loss. A fine better return loss performance is extremely important for
new-generation full-duplex high-speed networks. Category-6 cables have sufficient power sum ACR
(PS-ACR) when working at 200 MHz. They provide a bandwidth two times than that of category-5
enhanced cables, thus featuring a higher transmission performance. Therefore, category-6 cables are
suitable for applications requiring a transmission speed of more than 1 Gbps.
Note that the 10/100 Mbps Ethernet uses two pairs of cables, orange/white, orange, green/white and
green cables, to transmit and receive data, while the 1000 Mbps Ethernet uses four pairs of cables to
transmit and receive data.
For the pinouts of common twisted pair cables, see the following tables. (A and B represent the two ends
of a cable respectively.)
Table 165 Straight-through cable pinouts
Pinout No.
A
B
1
Orange/white
Orange/white
2
Orange
Orange
3
Green/white
Green/white
4
Blue
Blue
5
Blue/white
Blue/white
6
Green
Green
7
Brown/white
Brown/white
8
Brown
Brown
Table 166 Crossover cable pinouts
Pinout No.
A
B
1
Orange/white
Green/white
2
Orange
Green
3
Green/white
Orange/white
4
Blue
Blue
5
Blue/white
Blue/white
6
Green
Orange
7
Brown/white
Brown/white
8
Brown
Brown
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NOTE:
Strictly follow the pinouts in the above tables when identifying or making the two types of Ethernet cables;
otherwise, the communication quality may be affected.
Connecting an Ethernet cable
1.
Connect one end of an Ethernet cable to an Ethernet interface on the module and the other end to
the Ethernet interface on the peer device. Because the Ethernet interface of the module supports
MDI/MDIX auto-sensing, you can use a straight-through cable or crossover cable to connect the
interface.
2.
Check the status of the LED of the Ethernet interface after power-on. For the status of the LED, see
the relevant part in this manual.
Fiber port
Appearances and applicable models of transceiver modules and optical fibers
Optical interfaces must work with SFP transceiver modules and optical fibers with LC connectors.
Table 167 Ethernet cable appearance and applicable models
Product
number
Cable
Applicable
models
Appearance
SIC-1FEF
MIM-1POS
JD090A
JD091A
JD102B
FIC-1POS
SFP transceiver
module
•
•
•
•
JD120B
FIC-1CPOS
JD090A
MIM-1ATM-OC3
JD091A
FIC-1ATM-OC3
JD102B
JD120B
JD118B
JD119B
JD061A
JD062A
JD063B
SFP transceiver
module
JD103A
JD098B
JD099B
SIC-1GEC
FIC-1GEF
•
•
•
•
•
JD118B
FIC-2GEF
JD119B
JD061A
JD062A
JD063B
100-Mbps SFP transceiver module
A 100-Mbps SFP transceiver module uses LC connectors.
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Table 168 100-Mbps SFP transceiver module attributes
Center
wavele
ngth
(nm)
Product
code
Name
JD102B
HP X110
100M SFP LC
FX Transceiver
1310
JD120B
HP X110
100M SFP LC
LX Transceiver
1310
JD090A
HP X110
100M SFP LC
LH40
Transceiver
1310
JD091A
HP X110
100M SFP LC
LH80
Transceiver
1550
Data
rate
(Mbp
s)
155
155
Fiber
mod
e
MMF
SMF
Optical
fiber
diamet
er (μm)
50/12
5
62.5/1
25
9/125
Transm
ission
distanc
e
Interface specifications
(dBm)
Output
optical
power
Receive
sensitiv
ity
Optic
al
satur
ation
2 km
-19 to
-14
≤-30
≤-14
15 km
-15 to -8
≤-28
≤-7
40 km
-5 to 0
≤-34
≤-9
80km
-5 to 0
≤-34
≤-10
1000-Mbps SFP transceiver module
1000-Mbps SFP transceiver module uses LC connectors.
Table 169 1000-Mbps SFP transceiver module attributes
Product
code
Name
Center
wavele
ngth
(nm)
Fiber
mod
e
MMF
JD118B
HP X120 1G
SFP LC SX
Transceiver
JD119B
50/12
5
Mod
el
band
widt
h
(MHz
*km)
Tran
smis
sion
dista
nce
500
550
m
400
500
m
200
275
m
160
220
m
850
MMF
HP X120 1G
SFP LC LX
Transceiver
Optical
fiber
diame
ter
(μm)
1310
62.5/1
25
SMF
9/125
N/A
10km
MMF
50/12
5
500
550
m
119
400
Interface index (dBm)
Output
optical
power
Receive
sensitivit
y
Optic
al
satur
ation
-9.5 to 0
≤-17
≤-3
-9.5 to -3
≤-19
≤-3
Product
code
Name
Center
wavele
ngth
(nm)
Fiber
mod
e
Optical
fiber
diame
ter
(μm)
Mod
el
band
widt
h
(MHz
*km)
Tran
smis
sion
dista
nce
MMF
62.5/1
25
500
550
m
Interface index (dBm)
Output
optical
power
Receive
sensitivit
y
Optic
al
satur
ation
JD061A
HP X125 1G
SFP LC LH40
1310nm
Transceiver
1310
SMF
9/125
N/A
40
km
-2 to +5
≤-22
≤-3
JD062A
HP X120 1G
SFP LC LH40
1550nm
Transceiver
1550
SMF
9/125
N/A
40
km
-4 to +1
≤-21
≤-3
JD063B
HP X125 1G
SFP LC LH70
Transceiver
1550
SMF
9/125
N/A
70km
-4 to +2
≤-22
≤-3
JD103A
HP X120 1G
SFP LC LH100
Transveiver
1550
SMF
9/125
N/A
100k
m
0~+5
≤-30
≤-9
JD098B
HP X120 1G
SFP LC BX
10-U
Transveiver
SMF
9/125
N/A
10km
-9~-3
≤-18.7
≤-3
JD099B
HP X120 1G
SFP LC BX
10-D
Transveiver
SMF
9/125
N/A
10km
-9~-3
≤-18.7
≤-3
1310(T
X)
1490(R
X)
1490(T
X)1310(
RX)
Connecting an optical fiber
1.
Insert the SFP/XFP transceiver module to the SFP/XFP interface on the interface module or service
module.
2.
Identify the Rx and Tx ports on the SFP transceiver. Plug the LC connector at one end of one fiber
cable into the Rx port of the router and the LC connector at the other end into the Tx port of the peer
device. Plug the LC connector at one end of another fiber cable into the Tx port of the router and
the LC connector at the other end to the Rx port of the peer device.
3.
View the LINK LED after connection.
•
If the LED is on, the optical fiber link is present.
•
If the LED is off, no link is present. This may be because the TX and Rx port of the optical fiber are
not connected correctly. In this case, connect the optical fiber again.
CAUTION:
• Never stare into an open optical Ethernet interface, because invisible rays may be emitted from the optical
Ethernet interface.
• Cover the dust cover if no optical fiber connector is connected to the optical Ethernet interface.
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E1 interface
E1 cable appearance and applicable models
Table 170 E1 cable appearance and applicable models
Product
numbe
r
Cable
Applicable
models
Appearance
SIC-1E1-F
SIC-EPRI
MIM-1E1
MIM-1E1-F
MIM-2E1
MIM-2E1-F
JD175A
JD514A
JD516A
FIC-1E1
1-port E1
75-ohm
cable
FIC-1E1-F
1 × D15 < ---- > 2 × BNC
FIC-2E1
FIC-2E1-F
SIC-1VE1
MIM-1VE1
MIM-2VE1
FIC-1VE1
FIC-2VE1
MIM-1E1
MIM-1E1-F
MIM-2E1
MIM-2E1-F
FIC-1E1
JD509A
JD517A
1-port E1
120-ohm
cable
FIC-1E1-F
FIC-2E1
1 × D15 < ---- > 1 × RJ45
FIC-2E1-F
SIC-1VE1
MIM-1VE1
MIM-2VE1
FIC-1VE1
FIC-2VE1
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Product
numbe
r
Cable
JD643A
2-port E1
75-ohm
cable
Applicable
models
Appearance
SIC-2E1-F
1 × D15 < ---- > 4 × BNC
JD638A
4-port E1
75-ohm
cable
MIM-IMA-4E1
FIC-IMA-4E1
1 × D68 < ---- > 8 × BNC
MIM-4E1
-
4-port E1
75-ohm
cable
MIM-4E1-F
FIC-4E1
FIC-4E1-F
1 × D25 < ---- > 4 × D15
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Product
numbe
r
Cable
-
4-port E1
120-ohm
cable
Applicable
models
Appearance
MIM-4E1
MIM-4E1-F
FIC-4E1
FIC-4E1-F
1 × D25 < ---- > 4 × D15
MIM-8E1
MIM-8E1-F
JD512A
JD927A
8-port E1
75-ohm
cable
MIM-IMA-8E1
FIC-8E1
FIC-8E1-F
FiC-IMA-8E1
1 × D68 < ---- > 16 × BNC
-
75-ohm
adapter
cable
Use as needed
1 × BNC < ---- > 1 × BNC
-
Coaxial
connector
Use as needed
1 × BNC < ---- > 1 × BNC
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Product
numbe
r
Cable
-
Impedance
converter
Applicable
models
Appearance
Use as needed
2 × BNC < ---- > 1 × RJ45
Dual inline package switch
E1 / E1-F / VE1 interface module provides a dual inline package (DIP) switch. The DIP switch setting
defines the interface impedance and the grounding method.
Table 171 DIP switch-to-interface map
DIP switch
E1 interface
Applicable models
SIC-1E1-F
MIM-2E1
MIM-4E1
MIM-4E1-F
FIC-2E1
S1
Interface 0
FIC-4E1
FIC-4E1-F
SIC-1VE1
MIM-1VE1
MIM-2VE1
FIC-1VE1
FIC-2VE1
MIM-2E1
MIM-4E1
MIM-4E1-F
S2
Interface1
FIC-2E1
FIC-4E1
FIC-4E1-F
MIM-2VE1
FIC-2VE1
MIM-4E1
S3
Interface2
MIM-4E1-F
FIC-4E1-F
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DIP switch
E1 interface
Applicable models
MIM-4E1
S4
Interface3
MIM-4E1-F
FIC-4E1-F
By default, all DIP switches are ON, and the E1 interface impedance is 70 ohms, as shown in the
following figure:
Figure 110 Default DIP switch settings
on
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
HP recommends that you use the DIP switch as follows: When the interface is connected to a 70-ohm
cable, turn on switches BIT1 through 8; when the interface is connected to a 120-ohm cable, turn off
switches BIT1 through 8. Description of DIP switch settings is shown in the following table:
Table 172 Description of DIP switch settings
Configuration of
75-ohm impedance
Configuration of
120-ohm impedance
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
4BIT
ON
OFF
5BIT
ON
OFF
DIP
Description
1BIT
2BIT
3BIT
6BIT
7BIT
75-ohm/120-ohm
selection switch
RxRing grounding mode
selection switch
RxShield grounding
mode selection switch
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OFF: RxRing is grounded
via capacitance.
ON: RxRing is grounded
directly.
—
—
ON: RxShield is
grounded.
OFF: RxShield is not
grounded.
DIP
Description
SxShield grounding
mode selection switch
8BIT
Configuration of
75-ohm impedance
Configuration of
120-ohm impedance
—
OFF: RxShield is
grounded via
capacitance
ON: RxShield is
grounded directly.
Connecting a 1/2/4/8-port E1 75-ohm cable (D15/D68 <----> BNC)
CAUTION:
Make sure that you insert the cable into the right interface so as to avoid damages to the interface module
or the chassis.
•
If you do not need to extend the cable, you can directly connect the BNC connectors of the E1
75-ohm cable to the remote network device as follows.
1.
Connect the D15/D68 connector of the E1 75-ohm cable to the D15/D68 interface of the
interface module and fasten the bolts to fix the cable.
2.
The other end of the cable provides one pair or multiple pairs of 75-ohm BNC connectors. Connect
the TX connectors and the RX connectors on this end to the RX connectors and the TX connectors on
the remote device respectively.
Figure 111 Connect an E1 75-ohm cable
……
•
If you want to extend the cable, connect each BNC connector of the E1 75-ohm cable to one end
of a coaxial connector, and connect the remote device to the other end of the coaxial connector
through an E1 75-ohm trunk cable.
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Figure 112 Connect an E1 75-ohm cable
1/2/4/8-port E1 75-ohm cable
75-ohm adapter cable
RX
TX
RX
E1 / E1-F
(75ohm)
Device
(75ohm E1 Port)
TX
Coaxial connector
If the impedance of the E1 interface on the remote device is 120 ohms, you must use an impedance
converter to adapt the impedance.
•
Figure 113 Connect an impedance converter
……
Connecting a 4-port E1 75-ohm cable (D25 <----> D15)
1.
Connect the D25 connector of the 4-port E1 75-ohm cable to the D25 interface of the interface
module and fasten the bolts to fix the cable.
2.
The other end of the cable provides four D15 connectors. Connect them to the D15 interfaces on
the remote device as needed.
Figure 114 Connect an 4-port E1 75-ohm cable
1-port E1 75-ohm cable
4-port E1 75-ohm cable
RX
TX
E1 / E1-F
(75ohm)
RX
TX
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Device
(75ohm E1 Port)
Connecting a 1-port E1 120-ohm cable (D15 <----> RJ45)
1.
Connect the D15 connector of the E1 120-ohm cable to the D15 interface on the interface module
and fasten the bolts to fix the cable.
2.
The other end of the cable provides one or multiple RJ45 connectors. Connect them to the RJ45
interface on the remote device as needed.
Figure 115 Connecting an E1 120-ohm cable
……
Connecting a 4-port E1 120-ohm cable (D25 <----> D15)
1.
Connect the D25 connector of the 4-port E1 120-ohm cable to the D25 interface on the interface
module and fasten the bolts to fix the cable.
2.
The other end of the cable provides four D15 connectors. Connect them to the D15 interface on the
remote device as needed.
Figure 116 Connecting an 4-port E1 120-ohm cable
4-port E1 120-ohm cable
1-port E1 120-ohm cable
Device
(120ohm E1 Port)
E1 / E1-F
(120ohm)
T1 interface
CAUTION:
To avoid damages to the interface module or the chassis, make sure that you insert the cable into the right
interface.
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T1 cable appearance and applicable models
Table 173 T1 cable appearance and applicable models
Product
numbe
r
Cable
Applicable
models
Appearance
SIC-1T1-F
MIM-2T1
MIM-2T1-F
MIM-4T1-F
FIC-1T1
JD518A
1-port T1
cable
(100ohm
standard
shielded
cable)
FIC-1T1-F
FIC-2T1
FIC-2T1-F
1 × RJ45 < ---- > 1 × RJ45
FIC-4T1
FIC-4T1-F
SIC-1VT1
MIM-1VT1
MIM-2VT1
FIC-1VT1
FIC-2VT1
JD640A
MIM-IMA-4T1
4-port T1
cable
FIC-IMA-4T1
1 × D68 < ---- > 4 × RJ45
MIM-8T1
JD639A
MIM-8T1-F
8-port T1
cable
FIC-8T1
FIC-8T1-F
FIC-IMA-8T1
1 × D68 < ---- > 8 × RJ45
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Product
numbe
r
Cable
-
RJ45
connector
Applicable
models
Appearance
Use as needed
1 × RJ45 < ---- > 1 × RJ45
Connecting a 1-port T1 cable
The two ends of the 1-port T1 cable are RJ45 connectors. Connect one end of the cable to the T1
connector (RJ45) of the interface module and the other end of the cable to the T1 connector (RJ45) on the
remote device.
Connecting a 4/8-port T1 cable
•
Connect the D68 connector of the 4/8-port T1 cable to the D68 interface on the interface module
and fasten the bolts to fix the cable.
•
The other end of the cable provides four or eight RJ45 connectors. Connect them to the RJ45
interface on the remote device as needed.
E3/T3 interface
E3/T3 cable appearance and applicable models
Table 174 E3/T3 cable appearance and applicable models
Product
numbe
r
Cable
Applicable
models
Appearance
MIM-1CE3
MIM-1CT3
JD531A
JD533A
E3/T3
interface
cable
FIC-1CE3
FIC-1CT3
1 × BNS < ---- > 1 × SMB
FIC-1AE3
FIC-1AT3
Connecting the cable
Follow these steps to connect the interface cable:
1.
Connect the SMB connector of an E3/T3 cable to the Tx port on the interface module and another
end to the Rx port on the device to be connected.
2.
Connect the SMB connector of another E3/T3 cable to the Rx port of interface module and another
end to the Tx port on the device to be connected;
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3.
Check the LINK LED on the module panel. It is off when fault has occurred on the link and signal
is out of synchronization. In this case, check the link.
Synchronous/asynchronous serial ports
Appearance and applicable models of synchronous/asynchronous serial port cables
Table 175 Appearance and applicable models of synchronous/asynchronous serial port cables
Product
number
Cable
JD519A
V.24
DTE
cable
Applicable
models
Appearance
1 × D25 (male) < ---- > 1 × D28
JD521A
V.24
DCE
cable
1 × D25 (female) < ---- > 1 × D28
SIC-1SAE
MIM-2SAE
MIM-4SAE
JD523A
V.35
DTE
cable
MIM-8SAE
FIC-2SAE
FIC-4SAE
1 × D28 < ---- > 1 × D34 (male)
JD525A
V.35
DCE
cable
1 × D28 < ---- > 1 × D34 (female)
JD527A
X.21
DTE
cable
1 × D15 (male) < ---- > 1 × D28
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FIC-8SAE
Product
number
Cable
JD529A
X.21
DCE
cable
Applicable
models
Appearance
1 × D15 (female) < ---- > 1 × D28
JF825A
RS-449
DTE
cable
1 × D28 < ---- > 1 × D37 (male)
JF826A
RS-449
DCE
cable
1 × D28 < ---- > 1 × D37 (female)
JF827A
RS-530
DTE
cable
1 × D25 (male) < ---- > 1 × D28
JF828A
RS-530
DCE
cable
1 × D25 (female) < ---- > 1 × D28
Connecting the cable
Follow these steps to connect the interface cable:
1.
Check port type of the peer device and choose the synchronous serial interface cable of correct
type.
2.
Plug the D28 end of the synchronous serial interface cable into the D28 interface of the SAE
interface module.
3.
If the WAN uses DDN line, connect the cable to the port of CSU/DSU.
4.
Check the LINK LED on the SAE panel.
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•
If the LED is on, a link is present.
•
If the LED is off, a fault has occurred on the link and signal is out of synchronization. In this case,
check the link.
Asynchronous serial ports
Appearance and applicable models of asynchronous serial port cables
Table 176 Appearance and applicable models of asynchronous serial port cables
Product
number
Cable
JD642A
8-port
asynchronou
s serial port
adapter
cable
Applicable
models
Appearance
SIC-8AS
1 × D60 < ---- > 8 × RJ45 (female)
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Product
number
Cable
JG263A
4-port
asynchronou
s serial port
adapter
cable
Applicable
models
Appearance
SIC-16AS
1 × D28 < ---- > 4 × RJ45 (female)
MIM-8ASE
-
JD641A
Straight-throu
gh cable
MIM-16ASE
1 × RJ45 < ---- > 1 × RJ45
FIC-8ASE
FIC-16ASE
MIM-8ASE
Dumb
terminal
adapter
cable
MIM-16ASE
FIC-8ASE
FIC-16ASE
1 × RJ45 (female) < ---- > 1 × RJ45 (male)
MIM-8ASE
JD508A
MIM-16ASE
AUX cable
FIC-8ASE
FIC-16ASE
1 × D25 & 1 × D9 < ---- > 1 × RJ45
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Product
number
Cable
JD636A
Dumb
terminal
adapter
Applicable
models
Appearance
MIM-8ASE
MIM-16ASE
FIC-8ASE
1 × D25 < ---- > 1 × RJ45
FIC-16ASE
Connecting a SIC-8AS / SIC-16AS interface module
To connect the SIC-8AS interface module, connect the D60 connector of the 8-port asynchronous serial
port adapter cable to the SIC-8AS interface module.
To connect the SIC-16AS interface module, connect the D28 connector of the 4-port asynchronous serial
port adapter cable to the SIC-16AS interface module, which allows up to four such cables.
Choose the cable connection type according to the remote device type:
•
If the remote device connector is a RJ45 connector, connect it to the RJ45 interface of the
asynchronous serial port adapter cable by a straight-through cable. The sequence is shown in the
following figure:
Figure 117 Connecting a telecommunication device
•
If the remote device is a bank dumb terminal device, connect the RJ45 connector (male) on one end
of the dumb terminal cable to the RJ45 interface on the asynchronous serial port adapter cable.
Connect the RJ45 connector (female) on the other end of the dumb terminal cable to the RJ45
interface on one end of the dumb terminal adapter by a straight-through cable. The other end of the
dumb terminal adapter is a D25 interface and can be connected to the bank dumb terminal device.
The sequence is shown in the following figure:
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Figure 118 Connecting the dumb terminal device
•
If the interface of the remote device, usually a modem, is a D25/D9 interface, use the AUX cable
to connect the asynchronous serial port adapter cable to the interface:
Figure 119 Connecting a modem
Connecting a MIM-8ASE / MIM-16ASE / FIC-8ASE / FIC-16ASE interface module
WARNING!
To avoid damage to the device and the ports, do not plug or unplug the MIM-8ASE/MIM-16ASE module
interface cable when the router is powered on.
CAUTION:
To avoid damages to the interface module or the chassis, make sure that you insert the cable into the right
interface.
Choose the cable connection type according to the remote device type:
•
If the remote device is a telecommunications device with an RJ45 interface, connect it with the RJ45
interface of the MIM-8ASE/MIM-16ASE/FIC-8ASE/FIC-16ASE interface module by a
straight-through cable. The sequence is shown in the following figure:
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Figure 120 Connecting a telecommunications device
•
If the remote device is a bank dumb terminal device, connect the RJ45 connector (male) on one end
of
the
dumb
terminal
cable
to
the
RJ45
interface
on
the
MIM-8ASE/MIM-16ASE/FIC-8ASE/FIC-16ASE interface module. Connect the RJ45 connector
(female) on the other end of the dumb terminal cable to the RJ45 interface on one end of the dumb
terminal adapter by a straight-through cable. The other end of the dumb terminal adapter is a D25
interface and can be connected to the bank dumb terminal device. The sequence is shown in the
following figure:
Figure 121 Connecting a bank dumb terminal device
……
•
If the interface of the remote device, usually a modem, is a D25/D9 interface, use the AUX cable
to connect the RJ45 interface on the MIM-8ASE/MIM-16ASE/FIC-8ASE/FIC-16ASE interface
module. The sequence is shown in the following figure:
Figure 122 Connecting a modem
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ADSL / BS / FXS / FXO interface
Appearance and applicable models of the magnetic-core telephone cable
Table 177 Appearance and applicable models of magnetic-core telephone cable
Cable
Applicable
models
Appearance
SIC-1ADSL
SIC-1ADSL-I
SIC-1BS
SIC-1FXS
SIC-1FXO
SIC-2FXS
SIC-2FXO
SIC-2FXS1FXO
Magnetic-core
telephone cable
DSIC-4FXS1FXO
MIM-2FXS
1 × RJ11 < ---- > 1 × RJ11
MIM-2FXO
MIM-4FXS
MIM-4FXO
MIM-16FXS
FIC-2FXS
FIC-2FXO
FIC-4FXS
FIC-4FXO
Connecting a ADSL / FXS / FXO interface module
1.
Connect one end of the magnetic-core telephone cable to the RJ11 or RJ45 interface of the
interface module.
2.
Connect the other end of the magnetic-core telephone cable to the remote device interface.
Connecting a SIC-1BS interface module cable
1.
If the service provider provides an ISDN U interface cable, you must use an NT1 device for
adaptation. Connect one end of the magnetic-core telephone cable to the RJ45 interface of the
SIC-1BS interface module. Connect the other end of the magnetic-core telephone cable to the S/T
interface of the NT1 device. Connect the ISDN U interface cable to the U interface on the NT1
device.
138
Figure 123 Connecting the U interface cable to the SIC-1BS interface module
Magnetic-core telephone cable
ISDN U interface cable of Service provider
NT1
S/T
U
SIC-1BS
2.
If the service provider provides an ISDN S/T interface cable, directly connect the cable to the RJ45
interface of the SIC-1BS interface module.
Figure 124 Connecting the S/T interface cable to the SIC-1BS interface module
E&M interface
E&M interface appearance and the applicable model
MIM-4E&M / FIC-4E&M modules support Bell I, II, III, V switches, and 2-wire & 4-wire voice signals.
HP recommends that you use Bell V 4-wire voice signal to communicate with the router in practice.
The sequence of E&M RJ-45 pins is shown in the following figure, numbered 1 to 8 from left to right:
Figure 125 Sequence of RJ-45 pins
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Table 178 Pinouts of E&M interface cable (Bell V 4-wire)
E&M interface
RJ-45 Pin
Signal
Signal direction
1
—
—
2
E
IN
3
RING0
IN
4
RING1
OUT
5
TIP1
OUT
6
TIP0
IN
7
M
OUT
8
SG
Ground
NOTE:
Because the 4E&M modules cannot determine the interface types (Bell I/II/III/V), cable types (2-wire or
4-wire), and pinouts (E/M/Tx/Rx) of the peer switch, you must prepare the interface cables of the 4E&M
modules according to the on-site conditions. To ensure the EMC of the router, install a ferrite core near the
connector of the E&M module interface cable at the router side.
The connection method
1.
Connect one end of the magnetic-core telephone cable to the RJ11 or RJ45 interface of the
interface module.
2.
Connect the other end of the magnetic-core telephone cable to the remote device interface.
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24FXS interface
24FXS interface cable appearance and the applicable model
Table 179 24FXS interface cable appearance and the applicable model
Product
number
Cable
JG318A
24FXS
interface
cable
Applicable
models
Appearance
FIC-24FXS
24 × RJ11 < ---- > 1 × D50
The connection method
1.
Connect the D50 interface (male) of the 24FXS interface cable to the FIC-24FXS interface module.
2.
Connect the other end of the 24FXS interface cable to the RJ11 interface on the remote device.
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BSV/BSE interface
BSV/BSE interface cable appearance and applicable models
Table 180 BSV/BSE interface cable appearance and applicable models
Cable
ISDN
S/T
interface
standard
cable
Applicable
models
Appearance
SIC-1BSV
SIC-2BSV
MIM-4BSV
1 × RJ45 < ---- > 1 × RJ45
FIC-4BSE
ISDN
S/T
interface
crossover
cable
SIC-1BSV
SIC-2BSV
MIM-4BSV
1 × RJ45 (female) < ---- > 1 × RJ45 (male)
Connecting a SIC-1BSV / SIC-2BSV / MIM-4BSV interface module cable
BSV interface supports the User and Network working modes. The BSV interface works in User mode
when connecting to an ISDN network, or works in Network mode when connecting to TE devices such
as the digital telephones or the BSV interfaces working in User mode.
Choose the cable connection type according to the working mode:
•
When the BSV interface works in User mode, choose the connection method according to the type
of the cable provided by the service provider:
1.
If the service provider provides an ISDN U interface cable, you must use an NT1 device for
adaptation. Connect one end of the standard ISDN S/T interface cable to the RJ45 interface of the
BSV interface module. Connect the other end of the standard ISDN S/T interface cable to the S/T
interface of the NT1 device. Connect the ISDN U interface cable to the U interface on the NT1
device.
Figure 126 Connecting a service provider U interface cable to a BSV interface module
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2.
If the service provider provides an ISDN S/T interface cable, directly connect the service provider
cable to the BSV interface.
Figure 127 Connecting a service provider S/T interface cable to a BSV interface module
When the BSV interface works in Network mode, you must use an ISDN S/T interface crossover
cable to connect the BSV interface to a TE device such as a digital telephone or a BSV interface
working in User mode:
•
Connect the RJ45 connector (male) of the ISDN S/T interface crossover cable to the RJ45 interface on the
BSV interface module. Connect the RJ45 interface (female) of the standard ISDN S/T interface cable to
one end of the standard ISDN S/T interface cable. Connect the S/T interface on the TE device to the
other end of the standard ISDN S/T interface cable.
Figure 128 Connecting a TE device to a BSV interface module
ISDN S/T interface crossover cable
TE
S/T
BSV
ISDN S/T interface standard cable
Connecting a FIC-4BSE interface module cable
Choose the cable connection type according to the service provider line type:
1.
If the service provider provides an ISDN U interface cable, you must use an NT1 device for
adaptation. Connect one end of the standard ISDN S/T interface cable to the RJ45 interface of the
BSE interface module. Connect the other end of the standard ISDN S/T interface cable to the S/T
interface of the NT1 device. Connect the ISDN U interface cable to the U interface on the NT1
device.
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Figure 129 Connecting a service provider U interface cable to a BSE interface module
ISDN S/T interface standard cable
ISDN U interface cable of service provider
NT1
S/T
U
BSE
2.
If the service provider provides an ISDN S/T interface cable, directly connect the service provider
cable to the RJ45 interface on the BSE interface module.
Figure 130 Connecting a service provider S/T interface cable to a BSE interface module
G.SHDSL interface
Appearance and applicable models of the G.SHDSL interface adapter cable
Table 181 Appearance and applicable models of the G.SHDSL interface adapter cable
Cable
8-wire
G.SHDSL
interface
cable
4-wire Y type
G.SHDSL
interface
cable
Applicable
models
Appearance
DSIC-1SHDSL-8W
1 × RJ45 (8 wires) < ---- > 2 × RJ11 (4 wire)
MIM-1SHL-4W
1 × RJ11 (4 wire) < ---- > 2 × RJ11 (2 wire)
144
Cable
4-wire I type
G.SHDSL
interface
cable
Applicable
models
Appearance
1 × RJ11 (4 wire) < ---- > 1× RJ11 (4 wire)
MIM-1SHL-4W
Connecting a DSIC-1SHDSL-8W interface module cable
1.
Connect the RJ45 connector on one end of the 8-wire G.SHDSL interface cable to the RJ45
interface on the DSIC-1SHDSL-8W interface module
2.
The other end of the cable provides two RJ11 connectors. They can be connected to two 4-core
telephone cable.
Connecting a MIM-1SHL-4W interface module cable
Connect the 4-wire Y type G.SHDSL interface cable as follows:
•
One end of the cable provides one RJ11 connector, the other end of the cable provides two RJ11
connectors which can be connected to two 2-core telephone cables.
1.
Connect the end with only one RJ11 connector of the cable to RJ11 interface on the MIM-1SHL-4W
interface module
2.
Connect the other end of the cable to the network device.
•
Connect the 4-wire I type G.SHDSL interface cable as follows:
Each end of the cable provides one RJ11 connector which can be connected to one 4-core telephone
cable.
3.
Connect one end of the cable to the RJ11 interface on the MIM-1SHL-4W interface module.
4.
Connect the other end of the cable to the network device.
WLAN interface
Appearance and applicable models of the WLAN interface module antenna
Table 182 Appearance and applicable models of the WLAN interface module antenna
Cable
Applicable
models
Appearance
WLAN interface
module antenna
SIC-WLAN-b/g/n
145
Connecting a WLAN interface module antenna
1.
To install an antenna, adjust the angle of the antenna to 180º.
2.
Fasten the antenna onto the antenna connector on the interface module. Avoid over-tightening.
Make sure that the antenna is vertical to the ground or ceiling to achieve the optimal coverage.
3G interface
Appearance and applicable models of the SIC-3G-GSM / SIC-3G-HSPA interface module antenna
antenna
Table 183 Appearance and applicable models of the SIC-3G-GSM / SIC-3G-HSPA interface module
Product
numbe
r
Cable
-
SIC-3G-GSM
/
SIC-3G-HSPA
interface
module
antenna
Applicable
models
Appearance
SIC-3G-GSM
SIC-3G-HSPA
JD508A
AUX cable
1 × D25 & 1 × D9 < ---- > 1 × RJ45
Table 184 The detailed specifications of the SIC-3G-GSM/SIC-3G-HSPA interface module antenna
Item
Description
Frequency scope
824-960 MHz / 1710-2170 MHz
Voltage standing wave ratio
≤2
Input impedance
50 Ω
Gain
1.5 dBi
Polarization type
Vertical
Maximum input power
10 W
Interface
TNC-Male
146
Item
Description
Lightning protection
Direct current grounding
Height
153 mm (6.02 in.)
Weight
26 g (0.92 oz)
Length
None
Color
Black
Operation temperature
–30 °C to 60 °C (–22°F to 140°F)
Connecting a SIC-3G-GSM/SIC-3G-HSPA interface module antenna
1.
To install an antenna, adjust the angle of the antenna to 180º.
2.
Fasten the antenna onto the router. Avoid over-tightening. Make sure that the antenna is vertical to
the ground or ceiling to achieve the optimal coverage.
Connecting a SIC-3G-GSM/SIC-3G-HSPA interface debug antenna
To debug and test the SIC-3G-GSM / SIC-3G-HSPA, connect the RJ-45 interface of the AUX cable to the
Diag Port interface and connect the D25/D9 connector to a peer device, which is usually a PC.
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Interface module list
The full names and abbreviations of the interface modules are listed below. To simplify the descriptions
in the guide, abbreviations are used to identify the interface modules.
Table 185 Interface module list
J#
Full name
Abbreviation
Hight
JD573B
RT-SIC-4FSW-H3
SIC-4FSW
0.5U
JD574B
RT-DSIC-9FSW-H3
DSIC-9FSW
0.5U
JD620A
RT-SIC-4FSW-POE-H3
SIC-4FSW-POE
0.5U
JD621A
RT-DSIC-9FSW-POE-H3
DSIC-9FSW-POE
0.5U
JF280A
RT-SIC-1FEF-H3
SIC-1FEF
0.5U
JD545B
RT-SIC-1FEA-H3
SIC-1FEA
0.5U
JD572A
RT-SIC-1GEC-H3
SIC-1GEC
0.5U
JD634B
RT-SIC-1E1-F-V3-H3
SIC-1E1-F
0.5U
JD538A
RT-SIC-1T1-F-V2-H3
SIC-1T1-F
0.5U
JF842A
RT-SIC-2E1-F-H3
SIC-2E1-F
0.5U
JF253B
RT-SIC-EPRI-H3
SIC-EPRI
0.5U
JF281A
RT-SIC-8AS-H3
SIC-8AS
0.5U
JG186A
RT-SIC-16AS-H3
SIC-16AS
0.5U
JD557A
RT-SIC-1SAE-H3
SIC-1SAE
0.5U
JG191A
RT-DSIC-1SHDSL-8W-H3
DSIC-1SHDSL-8W
0.5U
JD537A
RT-SIC-1ADSL-H3
SIC-1ADSL
0.5U
JG056B
RT-SIC-1ADSL-I-H3
SIC-1ADSL-I
0.5U
JD571A
RT-SIC-1BS-V2-H3
SIC-1BS
0.5U
JD561A
RT-SIC-1FXS-V2-H3
SIC-1FXS
0.5U
JD560A
RT-SIC-2FXS-V2-H3
SIC-2FXS
0.5U
JD559A
RT-SIC-1FXO-V2-H3
SIC-1FXO
0.5U
JD558A
RT-SIC-2FXO-V2-H3
SIC-2FXO
0.5U
JD632A
RT-SIC-2FXS1FXO-H3
SIC-2FXS1FXO
0.5U
JG189A
RT-DSIC-4FXS1FXO-H3
DSIC-4FXS1FXO
0.5U
JF821A
RT-SIC-2BSV-H3
SIC-2BSV
0.5U
JD575A
RT-SIC-1VE1-V2-H3
SIC-1VE1
0.5U
JD576A
RT-SIC-1VT1-V2-H3
SIC-1VT1
0.5U
JF819A
RT-SIC-AP-H3
SIC-WLAN-b/g/n
0.5U
JG211A
RT-SIC-AP-H3
SIC-WLAN-b/g/n(NA)
0.5U
JF820A
RT-SIC-3G-GSM-H3
SIC-3G-GSM
0.5U
148
J#
Full name
Abbreviation
Hight
JG187A
RT-SIC-3G-HSPA-H3
SIC-3G-HSPA
0.5U
JD569A
RT-MIM-16FSW-H3
MIM-16FSW
1U
JD618A
RT-MIM-16FSW-POE-H3
MIM-16FSW-POE
1U
JF279A
RT-XMIM-16FSW-H3
XMIM-16FSW
1U
JF276A
RT-XMIM-24FSW-H3
XMIM-24FSW
1U
JD564A
RT-DMIM-24FSW-H3
DMIM-24FSW
1U
JD619A
RT-DMIM-24FSW-POE-H3
DMIM-24FSW-POE
1U
JD613A
RT-MIM-2FE-V2-H3
MIM-2FE
0.5U
JD551A
NS-MIM-4FE-H3
MIM-4FE
0.5U
JD548A
RT-MIM-2GBE-H3
MIM-2GBE
0.5U
JD624A
RT-MIM-1ATM-OC3-H3
MIM-1ATM-OC3
0.5U
JD555B
RT-MIM-IMA-8E1(75)-H3
MIM-IMA-8E1(75)
0.5U
JD556A
RT-MIM-IMA-4T1-V2-H3
MIM-IMA-4T1
0.5U
JG193A
RT-MIM-1POS-V2-H3
MIM-1POS
0.5U
JD544A
RT-MIM-2E1-V3-H3
MIM-2E1
0.5U
JD550A
RT-MIM-4E1-V3-H3
MIM-4E1
0.5U
JF257B
RT-MIM-4E1-F-V2-H3
MIM-4E1-F
0.5U
JD563A
RT-MIM-8E1(75)-H3
MIM-8E1(75)
0.5U
JF255A
RT-MIM-8E1(75)-F-H3
MIM-8E1(75)-F
0.5U
JD549A
RT-MIM-2T1-V2-H3
MIM-2T1
0.5U
JF254B
RT-MIM-4T1-F-V2-H3
MIM-4T1-F
0.5U
JC160A
RT-MIM-8T1-H3
MIM-8T1
0.5U
JC159A
RT-MIM-8T1-F-H3
MIM-8T1-F
0.5U
JD630A
RT-MIM-1CE3-V2-H3
MIM-1CE3
0.5U
JD628A
RT-MIM-1CT3-V2-H3
MIM-1CT3
0.5U
JD547A
RT-MIM-1SHL-4W-H3
MIM-1SHL-4W
0.5U
JD540A
RT-MIM-2SAE-H3
MIM-2SAE
0.5U
JD541A
RT-MIM-4SAE-H3
MIM-4SAE
0.5U
JD552A
RT-MIM-8SAE-H3
MIM-8SAE
0.5U
JF840A
RT-MIM-8ASE-H3
MIM-8ASE
0.5U
JF841A
RT-MIM-16ASE-H3
MIM-16ASE
1U
JD543A
RT-MIM-2FXO-V2-H3
MIM-2FXO
0.5U
JD553A
RT-MIM-4FXS-V2-H3
MIM-4FXS
0.5U
JD542A
RT-MIM-4FXO-V2-H3
MIM-4FXO
0.5U
JF822A
RT-MIM-16FXS-H3
MIM-16FXS
1U
JD539A
RT-MIM-4EM-H3
MIM-4E&M
0.5U
149
J#
Full name
Abbreviation
Hight
JF837A
RT-MIM-4BSV-H3
MIM-4BSV
0.5U
JD565A
RT-MIM-1VE1-V2-H3
MIM-1VE1
1U
JD566A
RT-MIM-1VT1-V2-H3
MIM-1VT1
1U
JD567A
RT-MIM-2VE1-V2-H3
MIM-2VE1
1U
JD568A
RT-MIM-2VT1-V2-H3
MIM-2VT1
1U
JD604A
RT-FIC-16FSW-H3
FIC-16FSW
1U
JD616A
RT-FIC-16FSW-POE-H3
FIC-16FSW-POE
1U
JD603A
RT-DFIC-24FSW-H3
FIC-24FSW
1U
JD617A
RT-DFIC-24FSW-POE-H3
FIC-24FSW-POE
1U
JD577A
RT-FIC-2FE-V2-H3
FIC-2FE
1U
JF824A
RT-FIC-4FE-H3
FIC-4FE
1U
JD583B
RT-FIC-1GBE-V2-H3
FIC-1GBE
1U
JF269B
RT-FIC-2GBE-V2-H3
FIC-2GBE
1U
JD582A
RT-FIC-1GEF-V2-H3
FIC-1GEF
1U
JF270B
RT-FIC-2GEF-V2-H3
FIC-2GEF
1U
JD622A
RT-FIC-IMA-4E1(75)-V3-H3
FIC-IMA-4E1(75)
1U
JF278B
RT-FIC-IMA-8E1(75)-V2-H3
FIC-IMA-8E1(75)
1U
JD596A
RT-FIC-1AE3-V3-H3
FIC-1AE3
1U
JD595A
RT-FIC-1AT3-V3-H3
FIC-1AT3
1U
JG200A
RT-FIC-IMA-8T1-V2-H3
FIC-IMA-8T1
1U
JD633A
RT-FIC-1ATM-OC3-H3
FIC-1ATM-OC3MM
1U
JD581C
RT-FIC-1POS-V4-H3
FIC-1POS
1U
JG201A
RT-FIC-1CPOS-H3
FIC-1CPOS
1U
JD578A
RT-FIC-2E1-V3-H3
FIC-2E1
1U
JD588A
RT-FIC-4E1-V4-H3
FIC-4E1
1U
JD591A
RT-FIC-4E1-F-V4-H3
FIC-4E1-F
1U
JD585A
RT-FIC-8E1(75)-V3-H3
FIC-8E1(75)
1U
JD586B
RT-FIC-8T1-V2-H3
FIC-8T1
1U
JD592A
RT-FIC-4T1-F-V3-H3
FIC-4T1-F
1U
JD625A
RT-FIC-1CE3-V3-H3
FIC-1CE3
1U
JD629A
RT-FIC-1CT3-V3-H3
FIC-1CT3
1U
JD589A
RT-FIC-4BSE-V2-H3
FIC-4BSE
1U
JD584A
RT-FIC-4SAE-V2-H3
FIC-4SAE
1U
JD580A
RT-FIC-8SAE-V2-H3
FIC-8SAE
1U
JF260B
RT-FIC-8ASE-V2-H3
FIC-8ASE
1U
150
J#
Full name
Abbreviation
Hight
JF265B
RT-FIC-16ASE-V2-H3
FIC-16ASE
1U
JD594A
RT-FIC-4FXS-V3-H3
FIC-4FXS
1U
JD593A
RT-FIC-4FXO-V3-H3
FIC-4FXO
1U
JG197A
RT-FIC-24FXS-H3
FIC-24FXS
1U
JD602A
RT-FIC-4EM-V2-H3
FIC-4E&M
1U
JD607A
RT-FIC-1VE1-V2-H3
FIC-1VE1
1U
JD605A
RT-FIC-1VT1-V2-H3
FIC-1VT1
1U
JD587A
RT-FIC-2VE1-V2-H3
FIC-2VE1
1U
JD606A
RT-FIC-2VT1-V2-H3
FIC-2VT1
1U
JD608A
RT-ESM-ANDE-H3
ESM-ANDE
-
JD609A
RT-ESM-SNDE-H3
ESM-SNDE
-
JD610A
RT-VCPM-H3
VCPM
-
JD598A
RT-VPM32-H3
VPM32
-
JD599A
RT-VPM24-H3
VPM24
-
JD600A
RT-VPM16-H3
VPM16
-
JD601A
RT-VPM8-H3
VPM8
-
Purchase guide
This Appendix introduces to you the types of interface modules that each model of HP A-MSR Series
Routers can accommodate. In the tables, “√” means “Supported” and “×” means “Not supported”.
SIC/DSIC purchase guide
NOTE:
When being installed with MPU-G2 main processing unit (MPU), the A-MSR50 routers do not support the
installation of SIC/DSIC interface module.
Table 186 SIC/DSIC options
Type
20-1
X
20-20/
20-21
20-40
√
SIC-4FSW
√
√
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
30-10
30-11E/
30-11F
√
√
(Slot 2
support
only)
(Slot 2
support
only)
151
30-16
30-20/3
0-40/
30-60
50-40/
50-60 +
MPUF
√
√
√
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
Type
20-1
X
20-20/
20-21
20-40
30-10
30-11E/
30-11F
√
DSIC-9FSW
SIC-4FSW-P
OE
DSIC-9FSW
-POE
√
×
×
×
×
×
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
×
×
√
SIC-1FEF
√
√
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
√
SIC-1FEA
√
√
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
√
SIC-1GEC
√
√
SIC-1E1-F
√
√
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
√
×
×
×
×
30-16
30-20/3
0-40/
30-60
50-40/
50-60 +
MPUF
√
√
√
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
√
√
√
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
√
√
√
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
√
√
√
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
√
√
√
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
√
√
√
×
×
√
√
(Slot 2
support
only)
(Slot 2
support
only)
√
√
(Slot 2
support
only)
(Slot 2
support
only)
√
√
(Slot 2
support
only)
(Slot 2
support
only)
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
SIC-1T1-F
√
√
√
√
SIC-2E1-F
√
√
√
√
(Slot 1
support
only)
√
√
(Slot 1
support
only)
SIC-EPRI
√
√
√
√
SIC-8AS
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
SIC-16AS
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
SIC-1SAE
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
152
Type
20-1
X
20-20/
20-21
20-40
30-10
30-11E/
30-11F
30-16
30-20/3
0-40/
30-60
50-40/
50-60 +
MPUF
DSIC-1SHD
SL-8W
√
×
√
×
×
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
(Slot 2
support
only)
(Slot 2
support
only)
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
√
√
√
√
√
(Slot 2
support
only)
(Slot 2
support
only)
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
√
√
√
√
SIC-1ADSL
√
√
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
√
SIC-1ADSL-I
√
√
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
√
√
(Slot 1
support
only)
SIC-1BS
√
√
√
√
SIC-1FXS
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
SIC-2FXS
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
SIC-1FXO
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
SIC-2FXO
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
SIC-2
FXS1FXO
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
DSIC-4FXS
1FXO
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
×
√
√
√
×
√
√
√
√
√
√
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
√
SIC-2BSV
√
√
√
√
(Slot 1
support
only)
√
SIC-1VE1
√
×
√
(Slot 1
support
only)
√
SIC-1VT1
√
×
√
√
SIC-3G-GS
M
√
√
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
(Slot 1
support
only)
√
√
(Slot 2
support
only)
(Slot 2
support
only)
153
Type
20-1
X
20-20/
20-21
20-40
√
SIC-3G-HSP
A
√
√
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
√
SIC-WLANb/g/n
√
√
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
30-10
30-11E/
30-11F
√
√
(Slot 2
support
only)
(Slot 2
support
only)
√
√
(Slot 2
support
only)
(Slot 2
support
only)
30-16
30-20/3
0-40/
30-60
50-40/
50-60 +
MPUF
√
√
√
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
√
√
√
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
(Slot 2
and 4
support
only)
MIM/XMIM/DMIM purchase guide
Table 187 MIM/ XMIM/DMIM options
NOTE:
A-MSR20-1X, A-MSR20 and A-MSR50 routers do not support the installation of the MIM/XMIM/DMIM
interface modules.
Table 188 MIM/XMIM/DMIM options
Type
30-10
30-11E/30-11F/30
-16
30-20
30-40/ 30-60
MIM-16FSW
√
√
√
√
MIM-16FSW-POE
√
√
√
√
XMIM-16FSW
√
√
×
×
XMIM-24FSW
√
√
×
×
DMIM-24FSW
×
×
×
√
DMIM-24FSW-POE
×
×
×
√
MIM-2FE
√
√
√
√
MIM-4FE
√
√
√
√
MIM-2GBE
√
√
√
√
MIM-1ATM-OC3
√
√
√
√
MIM-IMA-8E1(75)
√
√
√
√
MIM-IMA-4T1
√
√
√
√
MIM-1POS
√
√
√
√
MIM-2E1
√
√
√
√
MIM-4E1
√
√
√
√
MIM-4E1-F
√
√
√
√
154
Type
30-10
30-11E/30-11F/30
-16
30-20
30-40/ 30-60
MIM-8E1(75)
√
√
√
√
MIM-8E1(75)-F
√
√
√
√
MIM-2T1
√
√
√
√
MIM-4T1-F
√
√
√
√
MIM-8T1
√
√
√
√
MIM-8T1-F
√
√
√
√
MIM-1CE3
√
√
√
√
MIM-1CT3
√
√
√
√
MIM-1SHL-4W
√
√
√
√
MIM-2SAE
√
√
√
√
MIM-4SAE
√
√
√
√
MIM-8SAE
√
√
√
√
MIM-8ASE
√
√
√
√
MIM-16ASE
√
√
√
√
MIM-2FXO
√
√
√
√
MIM-4FXS
√
√
√
√
MIM-4FXO
√
√
√
√
MIM-16FXS
√
√
√
√
MIM-4E&M
√
√
√
√
MIM-4BSV
√
√
√
√
MIM-1VE1
√
√
√
√
MIM-1VT1
√
√
√
√
MIM-2VE1
√
√
√
√
MIM-2VT1
√
√
√
√
FIC/DFIC purchase guide
NOTE:
A-MSR20-1X, A-MSR20 and A-MSR30 routers do not support the installaiton of the FIC/DFIC interface
modules.
Table 189 FIC/DFIC options
Type
50-40/ 50-60 MPUF
50-40/ 50-60 MPU-G2
FIC-16FSW
√
√
FIC-16FSW-POE
√
×
155
Type
50-40/ 50-60 MPUF
50-40/ 50-60 MPU-G2
DFIC-24FSW
√
√
DFIC-24FSW-POE
√
×
FIC-2FE
√
√
FIC-4FE
√
√
FIC-1GBE
√
√
FIC-2GBE
√
√
FIC-1GEF
√
√
FIC-2GEF
√
√
FIC-IMA-4E1(75)
√
√
FIC-IMA-8E1(75)
√
√
FIC-1AE3
√
√
FIC-1AT3
√
√
FIC-IMA-8T1
√
√
FIC-1ATM-OC3MM
√
√
FIC-1POS
√
√
FIC-1CPOS
√
√
FIC-2E1
√
√
FIC-4E1
√
√
FIC-4E1-F
√
√
FIC-8E1(75)
√
√
FIC-8T1
√
√
FIC-4T1-F
√
√
FIC-1CE3
√
√
FIC-1CT3
√
√
FIC-4BSE
√
√
FIC-4SAE
√
√
FIC-8SAE
√
√
FIC-8ASE
√
√
FIC-16ASE
√
√
FIC-4FXS
√
√
FIC-4FXO
√
√
FIC-4E&M
√
√
FIC-1VE1
√
√
FIC-1VT1
√
√
FIC-2VE1
√
√
FIC-2VT1
√
√
156
ESM/VPM/VCPM purchase guide
Table 190 ESM/VPM/VCPM options
50-40
/
50-60
+
MPUF
+
MSCA
50-40
/
50-60
+
MPUG2 +
MSCB
20-40
30-11
E/3011F
30-10
30-16
30-20
/30-4
0/
30-60
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
×
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
×
×
×
√
×
×
√
√
√
√
VPM32
×
√
×
√
×
√
√
√
√
×
VPM24
×
√
×
√
×
√
√
√
√
×
VPM16
×
√
×
√
×
√
√
√
√
×
VPM8
×
√
×
√
×
√
√
√
√
×
Type
20-10
/20-1
1/2013
ESM-ANDE
20-12
20-20
/
20-21
×
×
ESM-SNDE
×
VCPM
157
Index
ABCDEFGIMPSTVWX
FIC-16FSW/FIC-16FSW-PoE/DFIC-24FSW/DFIC-24FS
W-PoE,71
A
ADSL / BS / FXS / FXO interface,138
FIC-1AE3,81
Asynchronous serial ports,133
FIC-1AT3,82
ATM interface module,78
FIC-1ATM-OC3,83
ATM interface module,41
FIC-1CE3,92
B
FIC-1CPOS,86
BSV/BSE interface,142
FIC-1CT3,94
FIC-1GBE/FIC-2GBE,76
C
FIC-1GEF/FIC-2GEF,77
CPOS (SDH/SONET) interface module,86
FIC-1POS,84
D
FIC-1VE1,107
DSIC-1SHDSL-8W,16
FIC-1VT1,109
FIC-24FXS,104
DSIC-4FXS1FXO,24
FIC-2E1/FIC-4E1 and FIC-4E1-F,88
E
FIC-2FE/FIC-4FE,74
E&M interface,139
FIC-2VE1,105
E1 interface,121
FIC-2VT1,106
E1/T1 interface module,46
FIC-4BSE,95
E1/T1 interface module,7
FIC-4E&M,103
E1/T1 interface module,87
FIC-4FXS/FIC-4FXO,102
E3/T3 interface,130
FIC-4SAE/FIC-8SAE,98
E3/T3 interface module,92
FIC-4T1-F,91
E3/T3 interface module,53
FIC-8ASE/FIC-16ASE,100
ESM/VPM/VCPM purchase guide,157
FIC-8E1,90
ESM-ANDE,111
FIC-IMA-4E1/FIC-IMA-8E1,78
ESMs,111
FIC-IMA-8T1,80
ESM-SNDE,112
G
Ethernet interface,116
Ethernet interface module,39
G.SHDSL interface,144
Ethernet interface module,74
I
Ethernet interface module,3
ISDN BRI interface module,20
Ethernet switching module,71
ISDN BRI interface module,95
Ethernet switching module,34
M
Ethernet switching module,1
MIM/XMIM/DMIM purchase guide,154
F
MIM-16FSW/MIM-16FSW-PoE/DMIM-24FSW/DMIM24FSW-PoE,36
Fiber port,118
FIC/DFIC purchase guide,155
MIM-16FXS,61
158
MIM-1ATM-OC3,41
SIC-1FEA,3
MIM-1CE3,53
SIC-1FEF,4
MIM-1CT3,54
SIC-1FXS/SIC-1FXO/SIC-2FXS/SIC-2FXO,22
MIM-1POS,45
SIC-1GEC,5
MIM-1SHL-4W,56
SIC-1SAE,15
MIM-1VE1,65
SIC-1T1-F,11
MIM-1VT1 Module,67
SIC-1VE1,27
MIM-2E1/MIM-4E1/MIM-4E1-F modules,46
SIC-1VT1,28
MIM-2FE/MIM-4FE,39
SIC-2E1-F,8
MIM-2FXO and MIM-4FXS/MIM-4FXO,63
SIC-2FXS1FXO,23
MIM-2GBE,40
SIC-3G-GSM,31
MIM-2SAE/MIM-4SAE/MIM-8SAE,57
SIC-3G-HSPA,32
MIM-2T1/MIM-4T1-F,50
SIC-4FSW/SIC-4FSW-PoE/DSIC-9FSW/DSIC-9FSW-P
oE,1
MIM-2VE1,68
SIC-8AS,12
MIM-2VT1 Module,69
SIC-EPRI,10
MIM-4BSV Module,62
MIM-4E&M,64
SIC-WLAN-b/g/n / SIC-WLAN-b/g/n(NA),30
MIM-8ASE/MIM-16ASE,59
Synchronous/asynchronous serial ports,131
MIM-8E1/MIM-8E1-F,48
T
MIM-8T1/MIM-8T1-F,51
T1 interface,128
MIM-IMA-4T1,44
V
MIM-IMA-8E1,42
VCPM,114
P
VCPM/VPM,113
POS (SDH/SONET) interface module,84
VCPM/VPM Purchase Guide,113
POS (SDH/SONET) interface module,45
Voice interface module,60
S
Voice interface module,101
Voice interface module,21
Serial interface module,57
Serial interface module,98
VPM,115
Serial interface module,12
W
SIC/DSIC purchase guide,151
WLAN interface,145
SIC-16AS,13
WLAN interface module,29
SIC-1ADSL,17
X
SIC-1ADSL-I,19
SIC-1BS,20
xDSL interface module,56
SIC-1BSV/SIC-2BSV,25
XDSL interface module,16
SIC-1E1-F,7
XMIM-16FSW/XMIM-24FSW,34
159
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