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TELLABS DATA SHEET
Tellabs® Optical Network Terminals
A broad portfolio of choices to best result in lowest costs and
optimize energy and space savings
Overview
With explosive demand for high bandwidth in the access network
and the Local Area Network (LAN), and the trend of fiber
migrating from outside homes and buildings to inside data centers,
telecom closets and down to the desks, Tellabs stands ready to
lead this all-fiber and Passive Optical Network (PON) evolution.
Tellabs® Optical Network Terminal (ONT) design and
development are built from nearly 10 years of high-volume PON
commercial deployments. Tellabs’ fourth-generation ONTs deliver
modern high-performance LAN services cost effectively over
a PON platform to the IP/Ethernet end points. This means that
all services are supported natively over a single fiber, including
analog voice, VoIP, high-speed data, IP video and/or RF video,
wireless access, building security, building surveillance and
building automation end points.
Tellabs ONTs support network configurations where each
Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) group can be bridged or
placed in private VLAN. In the bridged mode, all end-users in
a VLAN group are bridged per IEEE 802.1d for peer-to-peer
communication. In the private VLAN mode, all end-user traffic
must traverse network uplink to the Layer-3 edge or core
network router.
All Tellabs ONTs provide software and hardware features similar
to the look and feel of legacy Active Ethernet LANs but leverage
the inherent benefits of PON (e.g., less CapEx, less OpEx, less
energy, less space).
Service Delivery — Tellabs ONTs optimize service delivery, work
in conjunction with service differentiation and service QoS for
cost-effective and efficient deployments.
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Data, voice (e.g., POTS, VoIP), unified communications and
video (e.g., IP video, RF video)
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Facility wireless access points, surveillance, security, automation,
monitoring and other corporate resources
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Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP) for automated provisioning,
power management and enhanced 911 location service
Quality of Service — Tellabs ONTs are supported from a highly
reliable Optical Line Terminal (OLT) and allow service-level
VLANs to extend into the end-user environment that segregates
and secures data flows to each client device.
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VLAN trunking, termination and translation, with user interface
rate shaping per service type
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Traffic classification per IEEE 802.1p, IEEE 802.1q and even DSCP
for voice
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Dynamic Bandwidth Allocation for bursty upstream traffic
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Type-B PON protection for redundant path to ports, modules
or OLTs
Advanced Security — Tellabs has implemented unique security
features optimized for the enterprise networks, which are
necessary to enable Ethernet bridging.
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Access Control Lists (ACLs) at Layer-2 Ethernet, Layer-3 IP and
Layer-4 TCP/UDP levels
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Ingress Broadcast Rate Limiting
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Advanced Encryption Standard AES-128
Strong Authentication — Tellabs’ advanced authentication
mechanisms provide intrusion detection and protection from
unauthorized device activity.
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Network Access Control (NAC) with Dynamic VLAN,
Guest VLAN and Quarantine support
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IEEE 802.1x
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RADIUS
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Dynamic Host Control Protocol, including Option 82
All service delivery, traffic management, quality of service,
bandwidth, security and authentication provisioning parameters
are defined in the software and dynamically allocated, based on
real-time requirements. This enables the homogenous operation
of LANs in geographically dispersed locations and the automated
flow-through of software-defined LAN provisioning parameters.
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DATA SHEET
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ONTs
Services
Size
Mounting
Indoor
• 5.5 in/139 mm
• indoor
• desk or wall
• 4.1 in/104 mm
• in-cubicle
• 1.6 in/41 mm
• secure/lockable
• free-standing
• vertical/
horizontal
• plenum
Interfaces
Features
• (4) 10/100/1000
• remote or local
- power
- battery
• PoE
• indoor
• in-wall
• in-cubicle
• flush wall plate
• secure/lockable
• (4) 10/100/1000
• remote or local
- power
- battery
• PoE
• VoIP/POTS
• 8.6 in/220 mm
• IP video/RF video • 6.6 in/168 mm
• data
• 1.3 in/34 mm
• indoor
• desk or wall
• free-standing
• vertical/
horizontal
• secure/lockable
• (4) 10/100/1000
• (2) POTS
• (1) RF video
• local
- power
- battery
• VoIP/POTS
• IP video
• data
• indoor
• rack mount
• comm. closet
• IDF or zone box
• (24) 10/100/1000
• (24) POTS
• remote or local
- power
- battery
• PoE
Tellabs® 140C
Optical Network
Terminals
• VoIP
• IP video
• data
Tellabs® 140W
Optical Network
Terminals
• VoIP
• IP video
• data
Tellabs® 142R
OpticalNetwork
Terminals
Tellabs® 729 Optical
Network Terminals
Base:
• 2.56in/65 mm H
• 1.85 in/47 mm W
• 1.28 in/32 mm D
Faceplate:
• 4.76 in/120 mm H
• 2.79 in/70 mm W
• .87 in/22 mm D
• 1.7 in/43 mm H
• 17.3 in/439 mm W
• 17.5 in/279 mm D
Table 1: Tellabs broad portfolio of ONTs that are cost and function optimized for enterprise networks
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TELLABS® OPTICAL NETWORK TERMINALS
Indoor Optical Network Terminals (ONTs)
Tellabs® Optical LAN Solutions provide broadband fiber
connections directly to the local area network end-users. It is the
evolutionary technology that replaces legacy Active Ethernet
equipment and associated copper-based CATx wiring with
passive G-PON equipment, near-future-proof single-mode fiber,
additional security and faster speeds. CAT3, CAT5 and CAT5e
cable have historically outdated themselves every 3 to 5 years,
and there is no confidence that CAT6, CAT7 or CAT8 will break
that trend. As this CATx copper-based cabling solution has
evolved to satisfy today’s explosive bandwidth demands, it has
grown larger, stiffer, heavier and more expensive. Single-mode
fiber now represents the bandwidth future-proof, technologytransparent low-cost long-term solution for in-building LAN
wiring. Tellabs Optical LAN uses 30%–50% less CapEx, 50%–70%
less OpEx, 30%–65% less energy and 90% less space compared
with legacy copper-based Active Ethernet LAN.
Indoor serving 4-port Gigabit Ethernet with free-standing or
vertical or horizontal or plenum mounting options — In the Fiber
to the Desktop architecture, single-mode fiber is installed to the
end IP/ Ethernet device (Picture 1). Optical Distribution Network
(ODN) splitters can be positioned in the data center, telecom
closet or remote fiber distribution housing, depending on the
building fiber design strategy (e.g., home-run or distributed). The
small form factor ONT handles the optical to electrical conversion
providing the G-PON to Ethernet transition.
Picture 1: Tellabs® 142R Optical Network Terminal
Fiber to the Desktop architecture is preferred where PON’s
inherent benefits and value proposition are fully exploited. This
can be achieved when new facilities are able to push fiber all the
way to the IP/Ethernet devices served. This architecture can also
be taken advantage of when building owners and IT managers
upgrade the existing copper-based CATx cable infrastructure to
near-future-proof single-mode fiber.
RF video over PON is supported using the 1550 nm overlay
wavelength, ultimately terminating on the F-Connector port of
the ONT. In addition to voice and video, all enterprise LAN service
can be delivered over a PON, such as wireless access points,
building surveillance cameras and other building resources.
Mounting — ONT mounting can be located above the desk or
below the desk, or ONTs can be wall mounted. Where security
is a priority, lockable enclosures can be used for any of the
above-listed locations. They can also be mounted in zone boxes,
with optional plenum brackets and in raised floors.
Powering — ONT powering options include both local AC and
remote DC. For local AC power, power adaptors are used to
transform 120 AC power from the wall plug to 48 DC power
delivered to the ONT. For the remote DC power option, a
centrally located bulk rectifier can be used, and 48 VDC power is
delivered over CATx cables or new hybrid fiber/copper cables.
Battery Backup — If a local power option is deployed, then the
battery backup is a separate device at the ONT. If a remote power
option is utilized, then a centrally located bulk battery backup
can be used. Typically, the chosen battery backup solution
provides easy-to-read LEDs, audible alarm and self-diagnostic
tests, and provides support for hot-swappable battery exchange.
Power over Ethernet — Certain versions of the Fiber to the
Desktop ONTs support IEEE 802.3at Power over Ethernet,
ultimately powering VoIP phones, wireless access points, building
surveillance cameras and other building resources. In addition,
25.6 watts of PoE+ is provided on a per port basis for a total
maximum of 65 watts per ONT.
Indoor ONT serving 2-port or 4-port Gigabit Ethernet with
plenum or in-wall or cubicle flush mount options — The Tellabs®
100 Series ONTs are an evolutionary form factor that allowsfor
installation in standard 1-gang or 2-gang electrical boxeswithin
walls (Picture 2) or within the raceways of modular
cubicle work environments.
Whether serving 200 IP/Ethernet end points or 8,192 end points,
Tellabs can match ONTs' sizes, interfaces, mounting and network
architecture for the lowest first cost CapEx, ongoing OpEx,
energy use and space required.
Service Delivery — These ONTs support voice (both analog
and VoIP), and data and video (both RF and IP). Either voice is
supported with SIP agents at the POTS ports (i.e., RJ-11), or unified
communications systems can be supported over data ports
(i.e., RJ-45). IP video is supported either through deterministic
multicast IGMP or through broadcast bridged configurations.
Picture 2: Tellabs® 140W Optical Network Terminal
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In-wall and cubicle raceway-mounted mini ONTs are best used
in deployments where aesthetics are a priority or where security
initiatives require concealed mini ONTs. Their purpose is to
replicate the same work area outlet and present a flush connector
input (RJ-45) as in legacy Active Ethernet LAN deployment.
However, once again the inherent benefits of PON are exploited,
such as breaking the traditional 100-meter reach constraint (i.e.,
PON can reach 30 km).
Service Delivery — The initial release of Tellabs® 100 Series
ONTs is focused on data-only networks, such as VoIP unified
communications, LAN traffic, wireless access points, building
surveillance cameras, building automation and other building
resources. On some models there will be future expansion modules,
such as Assured Service SIP voice, the addition of two more
10/100/1000 modules and dual PON uplink options. IP video (e.g.,
entertainment, security, conference) is supported either through
deterministic multicast IGMP or through broadcast bridged
configurations. The ONTs are IPv6 ready.
Mounting — These ONTs are designed, engineered and tested for
mounting inside standard in-wall drywall rings or within cubicle
raceways. In both installations a flush wall plate conceals the
ONTs inside the wall. The Tellabs 140C can also be mounted in
zone boxes, with optional plenum brackets and in raised floors.
Powering — ONT powering options include both local AC and
remote DC. For local AC power, power adaptors are used to
transform 120 AC power from the wall plug to 48 DC power
delivered to the ONT. For the remote DC power option, a centrally
located bulk rectifier can be used and 48 VDC power is delivered
over CATx cables or new hybrid fiber/ copper cables. Tellabs 100
Series Mini ONTs support IEEE 802.3az energy-efficient Ethernet
providing a sleep mode for idle Gigabit Ethernet ports.
Battery Backup — If a local power option is deployed, then the
battery backup is a separate device at the ONT. If a remote power
option is utilized, then a centrally located bulk battery backup
can be used. Typically, the chosen battery backup solution
provides easy-to-read LEDs, audible alarm and self-diagnostic
tests and support for hot-swappable battery exchange.
Power over Ethernet — The Tellabs 100 Series Mini ONTs
support both IEEE 802.3af and E 802.3at Power over Ethernet,
ultimately powering VoIP phones, wireless access points, building
surveillance cameras and other building resources with 15.4
watts (802.3af) PoE or 25.6 watts
(802.3at) PoE+ is provided on a
per port basis. Tellabs 100 Series
Mini ONTs support Link Layer
Data Protocol (LLDP) for Powered
Device (PD) configuration, power
management and power monitoring.
Indoor serving 24-port gigabit Ethernet with rack mounting
options — In the Fiber to the MultiDesk architecture (also known
as Fiber to the Communications Closet), single-mode fiber is
installed to the telecom closet where the 24-port 1 rack unit ONT
is rack mounted in a standard telecom rack (Pictures 3 and 4).
Optical distribution network splitters can be positioned anywhere
between the data center and the ONTs in the telecom closet.
Typically, five 24-port ONTs are served from an ODN splitter. The
1 rack unit ONT can be equipped with 24 ports of POTS and 24
ports of data.
Picture 4: Tellabs® 729GP ONT
Fiber to the MultiDesk architecture is ideal when clients choose to
leverage existing CATx cabling, which may occur when building
owners want to best match their existing copper-based Active
Ethernet infrastructure. A building owner or IT manager may
make the decision to deploy optical LAN in a phased approach
with the first phase being Fiber to the MultiDesk and the second
phase being Fiber to the Desktop.
Service Delivery — These ONTs support voice (both analog and
VoIP), data and all forms of IP video (e.g., entertainment, security,
conference). Either voice is supported with SIP agents at the
standard 50-pin connector (e.g., RJ-21), or unified communications
systems can be supported over data ports (i.e., RJ-45). IP video is
supported either through deterministic multicast IGMP or through
broadcast bridged configurations.
Mounting — These 24-port ONTs are 1 RU in height and can
be mounted on a standard 19" telecom rack or 23" rack with
appropriate mounting brackets.
Powering — For local AC power, input power takes 120/240 AC
from a 3-pin AC power connector with an on-board switch and
fuse accessible from the back of the ONT.
Battery Backup — For backup power options, existing building
backup power generation systems can be utilized.
Power over Ethernet — Both the 728GP and 729GP MDU ONT
support IEEE 802.3at Power over Ethernet, ultimately powering
VoIP phones, wireless access points, building surveillance
cameras and other building resources. In addition, 25.6 watts of
PoE+ is provided on a per port basis for a total maximum of 450
watts per ONT.
Picture 3: Tellabs® 140C ONT
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Ordering Information
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Tellabs 140C Mini ONT, order part number 81.11G-ONT140C-R6
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Tellabs 140W Mini ONT, order part number 81.11G-ONT140W-R6
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Tellabs 142R ONT, order part number 81.11GONT142R-R6
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Tellabs 729GP ONT, order part number 81.16G-729GP0PB-R6
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