MCC Media Cross Connect™ (MCC) Product Family Media Cross Connect Datasheet

MCC Media Cross Connect™ (MCC) Product Family Media Cross Connect Datasheet
Media Cross Connect
Datasheet
MCC
Media Cross Connect™ (MCC) Product Family
“Programmable and modular physical layer switching system”
Applications
Test Lab Automation
Enterprise Network Monitoring
Digital Video Distribution
Wave Division Multiplexing
Carrier Interoperability Labs
Features
Programmable port mapping
- Any-port-to-any-port connectors
- Remote and local monitoring of port mappings
- Remote and local administration of port mappings
Overview
The Media Cross Connect (MCC) product family is a modular and
programmable patch panel system designed especially to facilitate
test automation in demanding test and simulation environments. The
flexible MCC design fits nicely with many other applications including
digital video distribution, enterprise networks, and media conversion
with fiber optics.
MCC chassis options include modular units with maximum configurations
of 288, 144, and 72 ports and data rates ranging from 0 to 10 Gbps. These
units mount in 9U, 5U, and 3.5U rack space, respectively. Each modular
MCC chassis mounts in a standard 19” rack and accommodates any of
the MCC blades in the main backplane slots. Special slots are provided
to host the EM316LNXNM-MCC Network Management (NM) module and
for future expansion of the MCC design. There are also standalone 1U
blades with 32 and 34 ports.
MCC chassis support 1+1 redundant power supplies for mission critical
reliability. There are also options for either AC or DC power in the 144 or
288 chassis.
The NM module provides several management options including
command line, SNMP, and graphical user interface for remote or local
administration of the MCC system. A local command line console may
be connected to the NM serial port for an out-of-band command line
interface (CLI) session. A remote management station may connect to
the CLI securely through SSH or optionally through telnet. CLI access can
use native or Radius server authentication for additional security. The
SNMP interface supports the powerful MegaVision graphical network
management system that provides a unique graphical interface for MRV
devices and full IP/SNMP access to any supporting network devices.
The EM316LNXNM-MCC includes MegaVisionJ, a built-in version of the
graphical network manager to monitor and provision the MCC chassis
directly from any network station equipped with a standard web browser.
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Wide variety of industry standard ports
- SFP (2R and 3R) (0 Gbps – 4.25 Gbps)
- XFP (10 Gbps Ethernet and Fibre Channel)
- T1/E1
- DS3/E3/STS-1
- Ethernet (10/100/1000 Mbps)
EM316LNXNM-MCC network manager compatibility
- Dedicated management module slot
- Command line interface (serial, SSH, or telnet)
- SNMP V1, V2, and V3
- MegaVisionJ (single sytem graphical manager)
- MegaVision Pro® (full network graphical manager)
- Automation with simple scripts
Security
- Secure Shell (SSH)
- Radius authentication
- SNMP V3
19” rack-mountable
High-density modular design
- 32 or 34 ports in 1U
- 72 ports in 3.5U
- 144 ports in 5U
- 288 ports in 9U
Hot-swap support
- Blades
- Power supplies
- Network management module
- SFP and XFP transceivers
Media Cross Connect
The NM module supports scripting for management
automation. Scripting provides seamless integration into
test labs and other constantly changing environments.
The MCC blades provide the modular port configuration
that allows the system to perform many functions. Any
compatible ports within the chassis may be dynamically
mapped together. With the appropriate blade and port
configurations, the MCC may be wired once to support
ever-changing environments such as test labs or model
networks with programmable reconfiguration, and it
can even simulate network failures and other changing
conditions.
In production environments, the MCC may be used to
monitor remote traffic without interrupting workflow
by simply mirroring an output port to another port with
a management station. This multicast function may
also take a single input and map to many output ports
for applications like video distribution. By duplicating
the signal at the physical layer, extremely high data
throughputs are maintained independent of the evolving
protocol standards in use today.
Each MCC blade integrates a specific type of physical
port and supported protocols into the system. Within the
limitations of the physical devices and protocols, each of
these ports may be mapped to individual ports or groups
of ports anywhere in the chassis. Each port type may have
different capabilities, so each MCC blade supports the
industry standards applicable to the supported ports.
The SFP and XFP sockets allow the MCC system to address
nearly any network environment.
- Single-mode
- Multi-mode
- Multi-rate
- Single fiber bi-directional
- Coarse Wave Division Multiplexing (CWDM)
- Dense Wave Division Multiplexing (DWDM)
- Copper Ethernet
The SFP and XFP blades support all major protocols through
the full range of hot-swappable MRV transceivers. Other
blades provide more specialized support with dedicated
connections built into the device.
BLADE SELECTION AND DESCRIPTION
EMPMC-36RJ
The 36 RJ-45 ports support 10/100/1000 Base-TX Ethernet with autonegotiation, duplex and MDI/X sensing, jumbo packet support, and 3R.
EMPMC-18T1E1
The 18 RJ-48 ports support T1 and E1 independently on each port.
EMPMC-18DT3E3
The 18 Coaxial (1.0/2.3) ports independently support DS3, E3, STS-1.
EMPMC-9XFP
The 9 XFP ports support 10 Gbps Ethernet and Fibre Channel with 3R.
EMPMC-36SFP
The 36 SFP ports support data rates up to 4.25 Gbps using Ethernet,
OC-3, OC-12, OC-48, and Fibre Channel with 2R.
EMPMC-36SFP3R
The 36 SFP ports support data rates up to 4,25 Gbps using Ethernet,
OC-3, OC-12, OC-48, Fibre Channel with 3R.
EMPMC-36SFP3RMR
The 36 SFP ports support up to 4.25 Gbps data using Ethernet, SONET
(OC-3, OC-12, OC-24, OC-48), and Fibre Channel (1, 2, and 4 Gbps) with
2R and 3R options.
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Media Cross Connect
The MCC product family offers many benefits in its wide set of applications. The table below lists a few of these advantages and
their most common application categories.
Benefits / Applications
Test Lab
Automation
Testing Efficiency
X
Wiring accuracy
X
X
X
X
Network topology automation
and scheduling
X
X
X
X
Simple test replication
and accuracy
X
X
Improved time to market
X
X
Improved time to resolution
Enterprise Network
Monitoring
Digital Video
Distribution
Wave Division
Multiplexing
Carrier
Interoperability Labs
X
X
X
X
X
24/7 “lights out” testing
X
X
Equipment sharing
X
X
X
X
X
Media conversion
X
X
X
X
X
DWDM and CWDM
transponder pool
X
100% network visibility
X
X
Multicast data without
signal degradation
X
X
X
X
X
Improved return on
investment (ROI)
X
X
X
X
X
Reduced capital expenses
X
X
X
X
Reduced operational expenses
X
X
X
X
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X
Media Cross Connect
Diagram 1
Test Lab: All the devices under test and the test equipment are connected through the MCC.
Devices Under Test
Lab Network
Protocol Analyzer or
Traffic Generator,
(Gigabit, Fiber Channel,
SONET, or Video)
Test Equipment
Diagram 2
The Flexibility of Sharing Expensive Network Tools
Control Network
Media Cross Connect
Connect your probe where
you need it with just one click
Monitored
Link
Span Ports
Internet
LAN
Probe Appliance
Network Users
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Physical Specifications
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Operating Temperature
0 C to 50 C (32 F to 122 F)
Storage Temperature
-40 C to 70 C (-40 F to 158 F)
Relative Humidity
85% maximum, non-condensing
Physical Dimensions: NC316-XP32/34
45 mm high x 440 mm wide x 300 mm deep (1.77” x 17.32” x 11.81”)
Weight:
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NC316-72PMC
156 mm high x 442 mm wide x 286 mm deep (6.12” x 17.4” x 11.25”)
NC316-144PMC
221 mm high x 438 mm wide x 305 mm deep (8.7” x 17.25” x 12”)
NC316-288PMC
400 mm high x 438 mm wide x 305 mm deep (15.75” x 17.25” x 12”)
NC316-XP32/34
4.2 kg (9.2 lbs)
NC316-72PMC
5.9 kg (12.8 lbs) including one power supply and one blank panel
NC316-144PMC
8.1 kg (17.8 lbs) including one power supply and two blank panels
NC316-288PMC
14.8 kg (32.6 lbs) including two power supplies and four blank panels
Compliance
FCC Part 15, Class A; IC, Class A; EMC Directive: Emission (Class A) and Immunity;
EMC: LVD Directive: Electrical Safety; CE Marking; TUV CUE Mark (Canada, USA, EU);
WEEE Directive: Wheelie Bin Mark; RoHS Directive, China RoHS
CHASSIS
Ordering Information
NC316-288PMC4X
Modular, 288-port, 8 line card, Media Cross Connect chassis 4.25Gbps with two 90-240 VAC power supply and Linuxbased management card, add two NC316-144RPSAC for power redundancy.
NC316-144PMC4X
Modular, 144-port, 4 line card, Media Cross Connect chassis 4.25Gbps with one 90-240 VAC power supply and Linuxbased management card, add one NC316-144RPSAC for power redundancy.
NC316-72PMC4X
Modular, 72-port, 2 line card, Media Cross Connect chassis 4.25Gbps with one 90-240 VAC power supply and Linuxbased management card, add one NC316-72RPSAC for power redundancy.
NC316-XP32-3NX
32-port SFP to SFP Media Cross Connect chassis with CDR and Linux-based management card; dual power supplies.
NC316-XP34-3NX
32-port SFP to SFP Media Cross-Connect chassis with CDR; 2 multi-rate monitoring ports(SC) with Linux -based
management card; dual power supplies.
MANAGEMENT
Ordering Information
EM316LNXNM-MCC
Linux-based CLI/SNMP management module for Media Cross Connect systems.
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BLADES (LINE CARDS)
Ordering Information
EMPMC-36RJ
Interface blade for 72/144/288-port chassis with 36 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports with RJ-45 connectors, hot
swappable.
EMPMC-18T1E1
Interface blade for 72/144/288-port chassis with 18 T1/E1 ports with RJ-48 connectors, hot swappable.
EMPMC-18DT3E3
Interface blade for 72/144/288-port chassis with 18 DS3/E3/STS-1 ports with coaxial (1.0/2.3) connectors, hot
swappable; add 1600125-901 cable adapter (1.0/2.3 to BNC) as needed.
EMPMC-9XFP
Interface blade for 72/144/288-port chassis with 9 10-Gbps XFP ports, hot swappable.
EMPMC-36SFP
Interface blade for 72/144/288-port chassis with 36 SFP ports, hot swappable.
EMPMC-36SFP3R
Interface blade for 72/144/288-port chassis with 36 SFP ports, CDR for 1/2/4 Gbps Fibre Channel, hot swappable.
EMPMC-36SFP3RMR
Interface blade for 72/144/288-port chassis with 36 SFP ports, CDR for 1/2/4 Gbps Fibre Channel, SONET and
Ethernet, hot swappable.
REDUNDANT POWER SUPPLIES
Ordering Information
NC316-144RPSAC
Redundant AC power supply for NC316-144PMC4X and NC316-288PMC4X.
NC316-144RPSDC
Redundant DC power supply for NC316-144PMC4X and NC316-288PMC4X.
NC316-72RPSAC
Redundant ACpower supply for NC316-72PMC4X.
ACCESSORIES
Ordering Information
NC316-288CMB
Cable management bracket for 288-port chassis..
NC316-144CMB
Cable management bracket for 144-port chassis.
NC316-72CMB
Cable management bracket for 72-port chassis.
PMC144FP-1
Blank panel, single slot for 72/144/288-port chassis.
1600125-901
Coax, 1.0/2.3 to BNC 75 ohm Cable assembly, 36 inches long.
MRV has more than 50 offices throughout the world. Addresses, phone numbers, and fax numbers are listed at www.mrv.com.
Please e-mail us at sales@mrv.com or call us for assistance.
MRV (West Coast USA)
20415 Nordhoff St.
Chatsworth, CA 91311
800-338-5316
818-773-0900
MRV (East Coast USA)
295 Foster St.
Littleton, MA 01460
800-338-5316
978-952-4700
MRV (International)
Business Park Moerfelden
Waldeckerstrasse 13
64546 Moerfelden-Walldorf
Germany
Tel. (49) 6105/2070
Fax. (49) 6105/207-100
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