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About This Document.....................................................................................................................1 1 Product Orientation and Features...........................................................................................1-1
1.1 Product Orientation .......................................................................................................................................1-2 1.2 Features .........................................................................................................................................................1-4 1.2.1 Abundant Port Types ............................................................................................................................1-4 1.2.2 Strict Security.......................................................................................................................................1-6 1.2.3 Superior Maintainability and Manageability........................................................................................1-6 1.2.4 Narrowband and Broadband Multi-Service Access Platform...............................................................1-7 1.2.5 High-Density Subscriber Line Access..................................................................................................1-8 1.2.6 Major Service Offerings.......................................................................................................................1-9 1.2.7 Powerful Service Processing Capability ..............................................................................................1-9 1.2.8 Operable Broadband Video Services....................................................................................................1-9 1.2.9 Flexible Networking Modes...............................................................................................................1-10 1.2.10 Carrier-Class Reliability...................................................................................................................1-10 1.2.11 Specifications of the UA5000 Series................................................................................................1-11 1.2.12 Certified Security Standards Compliance ........................................................................................1-11

2 System Architecture...................................................................................................................2-1
2.1 Hardware Architecture of the ........................................................................................................................2-2 2.1.1 Cabinets................................................................................................................................................2-2 2.1.2 Shelves .................................................................................................................................................2-5 2.1.3 Boards ................................................................................................................................................2-12 2.2 Logic Structure ............................................................................................................................................2-16 2.3 Software Architecture..................................................................................................................................2-17

3 Features ........................................................................................................................................3-1
3.1 AG Features...................................................................................................................................................3-2 3.1.1 Basic Features ......................................................................................................................................3-2 3.1.2 Reliability.............................................................................................................................................3-3 3.1.3 Voice Quality........................................................................................................................................3-3 3.1.4 Integrated AG .......................................................................................................................................3-3 3.2 Broadband Features.......................................................................................................................................3-4 3.2.1 VLAN...................................................................................................................................................3-4 3.2.2 IPTV.....................................................................................................................................................3-6 Issue 03 (2008-05-16) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd i

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UA5000 Universal Access Module Product Description 3.2.3 QoS ......................................................................................................................................................3-6 3.2.4 Reliability and Maintainability.............................................................................................................3-6 3.2.5 MAC Address Management .................................................................................................................3-6 3.2.6 Routing Management ...........................................................................................................................3-7 3.2.7 Security Management...........................................................................................................................3-7 3.2.8 L2 and L3 Features...............................................................................................................................3-7

4 Networking Applications.........................................................................................................4-1
4.1 Typical Network Applications of Broadband Service ...................................................................................4-2 4.1.1 QinQ Networking Application .............................................................................................................4-2 4.1.2 VLAN Stacking Application ................................................................................................................4-3 4.1.3 Triple Play Application ........................................................................................................................4-4 4.2 Typical Network Applications of Voice Service ............................................................................................4-6 4.2.1 Private Line Service .............................................................................................................................4-6 4.2.2 SHDSL Subtending Service .................................................................................................................4-7 4.2.3 Emergency Channel and DDI Applications .........................................................................................4-8 4.2.4 R2 Packet Application........................................................................................................................4-10 4.2.5 RFC2833 Encryption Application ......................................................................................................4-10 4.3 Integrated Access Service............................................................................................................................4-12 4.4 Typical Networking Applications of the FTTx Service...............................................................................4-13 4.4.1 FTTB Networking Application ..........................................................................................................4-13 4.4.2 FTTC Networking Application ..........................................................................................................4-14 4.4.3 BS Transmission Networking Application .........................................................................................4-16

5 Device Management ..................................................................................................................5-1


5.1 Device Management Overview .....................................................................................................................5-2 5.2 Management Through the CLI ......................................................................................................................5-2 5.2.1 Running Environment ..........................................................................................................................5-2 5.2.2 Features ................................................................................................................................................5-2 5.2.3 Typical Networking..............................................................................................................................5-3 5.3 Network Management ...................................................................................................................................5-4 5.3.1 N2000 BMS Overview.........................................................................................................................5-4 5.3.2 Running Environment ..........................................................................................................................5-4 5.3.3 Management Features ..........................................................................................................................5-5 5.3.4 Networking Modes...............................................................................................................................5-8

6 Technical Specifications ...........................................................................................................6-1


6.1 Device Parameters.........................................................................................................................................6-2 6.2 Performance and Capacity.............................................................................................................................6-6 6.3 Port Specifications.........................................................................................................................................6-9 6.4 Service Features and Specifications ............................................................................................................6-16 6.5 Standards Compliance .................................................................................................................................6-23

A Technical Specifications of the Z and U Interfaces.......................................................... A-1

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A.1 Technical Specifications of the Z Interface .................................................................................................A-1 A.1.1 Impedance Characteristics..................................................................................................................A-1 A.1.2 Transmission Characteristics..............................................................................................................A-4 A.1.3 Other Specifications ...........................................................................................................................A-8 A.2 Technical Specifications of the U Interface .................................................................................................A-9 A.2.1 Overview ............................................................................................................................................A-9 A.2.2 Basic Features of the U Interface .......................................................................................................A-9 A.2.3 Specifications and Program of the U Interface.................................................................................A-10 A.2.4 Activation and Deactivation of the U Interface ................................................................................A-10 A.2.5 Electrical Features of the U Interface ...............................................................................................A-11

B Acronyms and Abbreviations ................................................................................................B-1 Index ................................................................................................................................................ i-1

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Figure 1-1 Orientation of the UA5000 in a complete network solution .............................................................1-2 Figure 1-2 Orientation of the UA5000 Mini MSAN in a complete network solution ........................................1-3 Figure 2-1 HABA shelf layout............................................................................................................................2-6 Figure 2-2 HABC shelf layout............................................................................................................................2-7 Figure 2-3 HIB shelf layout................................................................................................................................2-8 Figure 2-4 HABD shelf layout ...........................................................................................................................2-9 Figure 2-5 HABF shelf layout ..........................................................................................................................2-10 Figure 2-6 HABL shelf layout ..........................................................................................................................2-10 Figure 2-7 Structure of the HABM shelf ..........................................................................................................2-11 Figure 2-8 Logic structure of the UA5000 .......................................................................................................2-16 Figure 2-9 Software architecture of the UA5000 .............................................................................................2-17 Figure 2-10 Host software architecture of the UA5000....................................................................................2-18 Figure 4-1 QinQ application...............................................................................................................................4-2 Figure 4-2 VLAN stacking application ..............................................................................................................4-4 Figure 4-3 Triple play application ......................................................................................................................4-5 Figure 4-4 Networking topology for the private line service..............................................................................4-7 Figure 4-5 Network topology for the SHDSL subtending service......................................................................4-8 Figure 4-6 Emergency channel and DDI applications ........................................................................................4-9 Figure 4-7 R2 packet application......................................................................................................................4-10 Figure 4-8 RFC2833 encryption application ....................................................................................................4-11 Figure 4-9 Networking topology for integrated access service ........................................................................4-12 Figure 4-10 FTTB networking application.......................................................................................................4-14 Figure 4-11 FTTC networking application .......................................................................................................4-15 Figure 4-12 BS transmission networking application.......................................................................................4-16 Figure 5-1 Typical networking for maintaining the UA5000 through the CLI...................................................5-3 Figure 5-2 Inband BMS networking (based on IP).............................................................................................5-9

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Figure 5-3 Inband BMS networking (based on PSTN) ......................................................................................5-9 Figure 5-4 Outband BMS networking ..............................................................................................................5-10 Figure A-1 Networking for the Z interface impedance test ...............................................................................A-2 Figure A-2 Minimum RL for the impedance test...............................................................................................A-2 Figure A-3 Technical specifications for unbalanced impedance to ground .......................................................A-3 Figure A-4 Technical specifications for terminal balance RL ...........................................................................A-3 Figure A-5 Loss frequency distortion specifications of 2-wire analog connection (input connection) .............A-5 Figure A-6 Loss frequency distortion specifications of 2-wire analog connection (output connection) ...........A-5 Figure A-7 Specifications of variation of gain with level..................................................................................A-6 Figure A-8 Group delay distortion limit value with frequency..........................................................................A-7 Figure A-9 Pulse template of U interface ........................................................................................................A-12 Figure A-10 Upper limit of the power spectrum density of the transmitted signal..........................................A-13 Figure A-11 Return loss relative to 1200 kHz frequency band......................................................................A-14

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Table 1-1 Ports provided by the UA5000 ...........................................................................................................1-5 Table 1-2 Services and interfaces provided by the broadband and the narrowband subsystems ........................1-8 Table 2-1 Types and appearance of the commonly used UA5000 cabinets ........................................................2-2 Table 2-2 Maximum access capacity of the UA5000 cabinets ...........................................................................2-4 Table 2-3 Type and application of the UA5000 shelves .....................................................................................2-5 Table 2-4 Boards related to the narrowband features........................................................................................2-12 Table 2-5 Broadband and narrowband combo boards.......................................................................................2-13 Table 2-6 Boards related to the broadband features..........................................................................................2-14 Table 2-7 xPON uplink board ...........................................................................................................................2-15 Table 5-1 Configuration functions of UA5000 NE manager ..............................................................................5-6 Table 6-1 Dimensions of the UA5000 cabinets ..................................................................................................6-2 Table 6-2 Dimensions of the UA5000 shelves....................................................................................................6-2 Table 6-3 Weight of the UA5000 cabinets ..........................................................................................................6-3 Table 6-4 Running environment of the UA5000 cabinets...................................................................................6-3 Table 6-5 Power supply parameters of the UA5000 ...........................................................................................6-3 Table 6-6 System reliability of the UA5000 .......................................................................................................6-4 Table 6-7 Power consumption of boards on the UA5000 ...................................................................................6-4 Table 6-8 System performance specifications.....................................................................................................6-6 Table 6-9 Type and number of the UA5000 management interfaces ..................................................................6-7 Table 6-10 Type and number of the UA5000 network interfaces .......................................................................6-7 Table 6-11 Type and number of the UA5000 network interfaces .......................................................................6-7 Table 6-12 Type and number of the UA5000 service interfaces .........................................................................6-8 Table 6-13 Technical specifications of the 100Base-TX port .............................................................................6-9 Table 6-14 Technical specifications of the 100Base-FX port ...........................................................................6-10 Table 6-15 Technical specifications of the 100Base-Sx port ............................................................................6-10 Table 6-16 Technical specifications of the 100Base-Lx port ............................................................................6-11

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UA5000 Universal Access Module Product Description Table 6-17 Technical specifications of the 100Base-Zx port ............................................................................6-11 Table 6-18 Technical specifications of the ADSL/ADSL2+ port......................................................................6-12 Table 6-19 Technical specifications of the G.SHDSL port................................................................................6-12 Table 6-20 Technical specifications of the G.SHDSL.bis port..........................................................................6-13 Table 6-21 Technical specifications of the VDSL2 over POTS port ................................................................6-13 Table 6-22 Technical specifications of the E1 port ...........................................................................................6-13 Table 6-23 Technical specifications of the V.35 port ........................................................................................6-14 Table 6-24 Technical specifications of the E&M interface ...............................................................................6-14 Table 6-25 Technical specifications of the FXO interface ................................................................................6-14 Table 6-26 Specifications of the GE electrical port ..........................................................................................6-15 Table 6-27 Specifications of the GPON port ....................................................................................................6-15 Table 6-28 Specifications of the EPON port.....................................................................................................6-16 Table 6-29 Features and specifications of the broadband services ...................................................................6-16 Table 6-30 Features and specifications of the narrowband services .................................................................6-19 Table 6-31 Features and specifications of RTU and line test ............................................................................6-22 Table 6-32 International standards and recommendations ................................................................................6-23 Table 6-33 International standards and recommendations on the EMC............................................................6-28 Table 6-34 International standards and recommendations on the grounding....................................................6-29 Table 6-35 International standards and recommendations on the safety...........................................................6-29 Table 6-36 International standards and recommendations on the environment ................................................6-30 Table 6-37 International standards and recommendations on GPON ...............................................................6-30 Table 6-38 International standard and recommendation on EPON...................................................................6-31 Table A-1 Total distortion specifications ...........................................................................................................A-8 Table A-2 LCL technical specifications ...........................................................................................................A-14

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About This Document


Purpose
The UA5000 Universal Access Unit (hereinafter referred to as the UA5000) provides multiple services. This document describes the UA5000 in system architecture, function features, network applications, equipment management, and technical specifications.

Related Versions
The following table lists the product versions related to this document. Product Name UA5000 iManager N2000 BMS Version V100R017 V200R011

Intended Audience
The intended audience of this document is:
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Network planning engineers Installation engineers Commissioning engineers Field maintenance engineers Real-time operators Technical support engineers Configuration engineers

Organization
This document is organized as follows.

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Chapter... 1 Product Orientation and Features 2 System Architecture 3 Features 4 Networking Applications 5 Device Management 6 Technical Specifications A Technical Specifications of the Z and U Interfaces B Acronyms and Abbreviations

Describes... The orientation, features and major service offerings of the UA5000 The logical structure, software structure, and hardware structure of the UA5000 The AG feature and broadband feature of the UA5000 The typical application scenarios of the UA5000 The management modes of the UA5000 The technical specifications of the UA5000 and the compliant standards The technical specifications of the Z interface and U interface The acronyms and abbreviations used in this document

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Product Orientation and Features

About This Chapter


This topic describes the orientation of the UA5000 in a network and the features of the UA5000. 1.1 Product Orientation This topic provides the orientation of the UA5000 in the network.

This topic describes the features of the UA5000, including abundant port types, flexible networking, operable IPTV services, strict security measures, carrier-class reliability designs, and superior maintainability and manageability functions.

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This topic provides the orientation of the UA5000 in the network. With the growing demand for telecommunications services such as voice, data, video and multi-media, the need for an access network that can provide large-capacity, high-speed and high-quality services has become imperative. The UA5000 provides the narrowband and the broadband services. The UA5000 provides the high-quality voice access and the broadband access services. It also provides the perfect voice over IP (VoIP) and the multimedia services. In the fiber to the building (FTTB) or fiber to the curb (FTTC) networking, the UA5000 Mini MSAN functions as a multi-dwelling unit (MDU), which works with the optical line terminal (OLT) to provide the XPON upstream service and the xDSL access service. Figure 1-1 shows the orientation of the UA5000 in a complete network solution. Figure 1-1 Orientation of the UA5000 in a complete network solution
H.248/MGCP MGC

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POTS ADSL ISDN ADSL2+ SHDSL VDSL2

PBX

The UA5000 Mini MSAN provides the Ethernet passive optical network (EPON) and the Gigabit-capable passive optical network (GPON) upstream services. Figure 1-2 shows the orientation of the UA5000 Mini MSAN in a complete network solution.
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MA5680T Access layer xPON Mini MSAN Mini MSAN xPON

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fiber twisted pair

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This topic describes the features of the UA5000, including abundant port types, flexible networking, operable IPTV services, strict security measures, carrier-class reliability designs, and superior maintainability and manageability functions. 1.2.1 Abundant Port Types This topic describes the ports of the UA5000. 1.2.2 Strict Security

In line with the security requirements for carrier-class telecom services, the UA5000 provides the following features to ensure the security of the system and the user. 1.2.3 Superior Maintainability and Manageability The UA5000 supports excellent management, maintenance, and monitoring functions that facilitates routine maintenance and fault detection. 1.2.4 Narrowband and Broadband Multi-Service Access Platform This topic describes the multi-service access platform of the UA5000. 1.2.5 High-Density Subscriber Line Access This topic describes the features of the UA5000 high-density subscriber line access. 1.2.6 Major Service Offerings This topic describes the major services provided by the UA5000. 1.2.7 Powerful Service Processing Capability This topic describes the powerful service processing capability of the UA5000. 1.2.8 Operable Broadband Video Services This topic describes the operable broadband video services of the UA5000. 1.2.9 Flexible Networking Modes

This topic describes the flexible networking modes of the UA5000. 1.2.10 Carrier-Class Reliability This topic describes the carrier-class reliability of the UA5000. 1.2.11 Specifications of the UA5000 Series This topic describes the specifications of the UA5000 series. 1.2.12 Certified Security Standards Compliance This topic describes the certified security standards compliance of the UA5000.

1.2.1 Abundant Port Types


This topic describes the ports of the UA5000.

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The UA5000 provides various network interface, service ports and maintenance ports to meet different networking requirements. Table 1-1 lists the ports provided by the UA5000. Table 1-1 Ports provided by the UA5000 Port Type Network interface Port Name FE optical, electrical port GE optical, electrical port GPON port EPON port Service port ADSL2+ port Remarks The network interface supports electrical port, single-mode optical port, and multi-mode optical port. They are used to:
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Connect to the upper layer device. Subtend the shelf.

It is the uplink port that supports the GPON/EPON upstream function. It is compatible with ADSL, and its performance is better than ADSL in terms of:
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Higher rate. Longer distance. Lower power consumption. More stable operation.

SHDSL port

It supports symmetric transmission. The transmission distance can be 3 km to 6 km.

G.SHDSL.bis port

It is based on the ATM upstream function. It communicates with the broadband control board through the backplane bus.

VDSL2 port POTS port ISDN BRI port ISDN PRI port E1 V.24 2-wire VF port 4-wire VF port FXO port Maintenance port Maintenance serial/network interface

The VDSL2 port is compatible with the ADSL2+ port. -

These ports are used for local and remote maintenance.

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1.2.2 Strict Security


In line with the security requirements for carrier-class telecom services, the UA5000 provides the following features to ensure the security of the system and the user.

System Security
The UA5000 provides the following system security measures:
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Prevention of denial of service (DoS) attacks Prevention of Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) or IP packet attacks Firewall and access control list (ACL)-based access control Media access control (MAC) address filtering Secure Shell (SSH) V2 Remote authentication dial in user service (RADIUS) authentication of management users Hierarchical authority control of management users Prevention of denial of service (DoS) attacks Prevention of Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) or IP packet attacks Access control list (ACL)-based access control Media access control (MAC) address filtering Firewall function Firewall black list Configuring accessible/inaccessible address segment

User Security
The UA5000 provides the following user security measures:
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User isolation in layer 2 (L2) Access control based on the IP address segment Prevention of MAC spoofing Prevention of VLAN-based IP/MAC address spoofing Prevention of the IP address spoofing of the DHCP user Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) Option82, enhancing the DHCP security PPPoE access identification Binding between MAC/IP addresses and ports Prevention of MAC/IP spoofing Login through the Telnet, SSH, or SNMP protocol Policy Information Transfer Protocol (PITP) to identify users by physical port information

1.2.3 Superior Maintainability and Manageability


The UA5000 supports excellent management, maintenance, and monitoring functions that facilitates routine maintenance and fault detection.

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Rich Maintenance Measures


The UA5000 provides the following maintenance measures:
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Can be maintained from a local terminal or a remote terminal Can be maintained through a command line interface (CLI) or a network management system, where, the NMS supports inband mode and outband mode Can be managed based on Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP), allowing the N2000 BMS to provide centralized network management

Rich Management Interfaces


The N2000 BMS provides various southbound interfaces such as Telnet and SNMP to connect to the managed devices. In addition, the N2000 BMS provides standardized SNMP and TL1 northbound interfaces to connect to the OSS. The N2000 BMS enables the carriers to build an integrated and automated OSS platform on the network layer.

Security Management
The N2000 BMS supports sufficient user management and authentication functions to manage the shelves and boards of the managed devices.

Environment Monitoring
The UA5000 provides environment monitoring ports. These ports are connected to the environment monitoring module by using special cables. In this way, the environment data related to the temperature, relative humidity, power supply voltage, smoke, and fan status can be collected. This helps implement remote or unattended maintenance.

Software Upgrade
The control board software and the service board software of the UA5000 support in-service upgrade in addition to the version rollback function in the case of upgrade failure. You can upgrade the software through any of the following methods:
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A serial port based on Xmodem An Ethernet port based on Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP), Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) or File Transfer Protocol (FTP)

Performance Measurement
The N2000 BMS can collect, query, and analyze the performance data of the device.

1.2.4 Narrowband and Broadband Multi-Service Access Platform


This topic describes the multi-service access platform of the UA5000. The UA5000 consists of the broadband and narrowband subsystems. The broadband subsystem is controlled by the IPM board, and the narrowband subsystem is controlled by the PVM board. The UA5000 provides the multi-service access platform through the combination of the broadband and the narrowband subsystems. Table 1-2 shows the services and interfaces provided by the broadband and the narrowband subsystems.

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Table 1-2 Services and interfaces provided by the broadband and the narrowband subsystems Subsystem Broadband subsystem Control Board IPM Function Supports:
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Broadband access IPTV service Broadband private circuit

ADSL port ADSL2+ port G.SHDSL.bis port VDSL2 port ATM G.SHDSL port FE port GE port EPON port GPON port (only supported by the UA5000 Mini MSAN)

Uplink ports:
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PVM

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VoIP voice service POTS service Narrowband private line service

POTS port ISDN BRI port ISDN PRI port TDM G.SHDSL port 2-wire/4-wire VF port 64k VF port E&M port FE1 port E1 port V.35 port V.24 port FE port E1 port EPON port GPON port (only supported by the UA5000 Mini MSAN)

Uplink ports:
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1.2.5 High-Density Subscriber Line Access


This topic describes the features of the UA5000 high-density subscriber line access. The UA5000 allows the high-density subscriber line access. A single UA5000 cabinet supports up to 1920 POTS users and 1920 ADSL2+ users.

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Table 2-2 shows the maximum access capacity of the UA5000 cabinets.

1.2.6 Major Service Offerings


This topic describes the major services provided by the UA5000.

NGN Services
Under the control of the media gateway controller (MGC), the UA5000 provides the following services:
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PSTN basic service and supplementary service ISDN basic service and supplementary service Intelligent card service Fax over IP (FoIP) service Modem over IP (MoIP) service

PSTN Services
The UA5000, when acting as an access gateway (AG), supports the next generation network (NGN) services. It also provides PSTN service through standard V5 interfaces. The UA5000 provides the following services through the V5 interface:
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PSTN basic service and supplementary service ISDN basic service and supplementary service Intelligent card service Private Circuit Service

Broadband Services
The UA5000 supports the following broadband services:
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1.2.7 Powerful Service Processing Capability


This topic describes the powerful service processing capability of the UA5000. The UA5000 supports TDM, IP, and VoIP technologies, and has the powerful service processing capability
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The call processing capability of the PVM board is 15 call attempts per seconds (CAPS). The IPMB board provides 2 GE high-speed uplink interfaces, and the IPMD board provides 4 GE high-speed uplink interfaces. The backplane capacity is 250 Gbit/s.

1.2.8 Operable Broadband Video Services


This topic describes the operable broadband video services of the UA5000.

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The UA5000 supports multicast protocols and controlled multicast for broadband video services. The features of the UA5000 for the multicast services are as follows:
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1.2.9 Flexible Networking Modes


This topic describes the flexible networking modes of the UA5000. The UA5000 has flexible networking features. You can use the UA5000 in complex topologies and extreme engineering environments with limited resources. For details of the networking modes, refer to "Network Applications."
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1.2.10 Carrier-Class Reliability


This topic describes the carrier-class reliability of the UA5000. To ensure reliable operations of the UA5000, the abnormality processing ability is taken into consideration in the system, software and networking designs.

System Redundant Design


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Redundant backup of the control systems, switching fabrics, clocks, service processing modules and uplink interface boards Multiple clock references Redundant fan configuration with intelligent control and alarm functions Redundant backup of the primary power supplies and the secondary power supplies. Both primary and secondary power supplies work in the load-sharing mode. The power supplies support the real-time monitoring and alarm function. The power loads to different components are isolated.

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Load sharing of the digital signal processor (DSP) resource of the PVM board

Software Reliability Design


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Networking Redundant Design


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1.2.11 Specifications of the UA5000 Series


This topic describes the specifications of the UA5000 series. The UA5000 provides a wide range of models for various situations.
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Capacities ranging from dozens to thousands of ports Indoor and outdoor cabinets for mild and extreme climates Large and small sized units (cabinet, chassis, and desktop) Front-access and rear-access cabinets A wide range of terminals for seamless access

1.2.12 Certified Security Standards Compliance


This topic describes the certified security standards compliance of the UA5000. The UA5000 has passed the European directives compliance certification, and complies with the European standards. For details, see 6.5 Standards Compliance.

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About This Chapter
2.1 Hardware Architecture of the 2.2 Logic Structure

System Architecture

This topic describes the system architecture of the UA5000, including the hardware architecture, logical structure, and software architecture.

This topic provides the hardware architecture of the UA5000, including cabinets, shelves, and boards.

This topic describes the logic structure and module functions of the UA5000. 2.3 Software Architecture

The software architecture of the UA5000 includes board software and host software. This topic describes the functions of each software component.

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2.1 Hardware Architecture of the


This topic provides the hardware architecture of the UA5000, including cabinets, shelves, and boards. 2.1.1 Cabinets This topic describes the cabinets of the UA5000. 2.1.2 Shelves This topic describes the UA5000 shelves. 2.1.3 Boards This topic describes the boards of the UA5000.

2.1.1 Cabinets
This topic describes the cabinets of the UA5000. The UA5000 provides different models of cabinets for different working environments.

Cabinet Overview
Table 2-1 lists the types and appearance of the commonly used UA5000 cabinets. Table 2-1 Types and appearance of the commonly used UA5000 cabinets Cabinet Model ONU-F01D200 Type Outdoor, front-access Appearance

ONU-F01E200

Outdoor, front-access

ONU-F01E400

Outdoor, front-access

ONU-F01D500

Outdoor, front-access

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Cabinet Model ONU-F01D1000

Type Outdoor, front-access

Appearance

ONU-F01M200

Indoor, front-access

ONU-F01K500

Outdoor, front-access

ONU-F01A

Indoor, rear-access

ONU-F02A

Indoor, rear-access

ONU-F02AF

Indoor, front-access

Cabinet Capacity
For details of the cabinets listed in the Table 2-2, refer to section "2.1.2 Shelves."

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Table 2-2 Maximum access capacity of the UA5000 cabinets Cabinet Model Shelf Maximum Number of Ports POTS Only ONU-F01D200 ONU-F01E200 ONU-F01E200 ONU-F01E400 1 HABL 1 HABM 1 HABD 192 192 384 1 HABD 384 ADSL Only 32-port: 384 16-port: 192 96 192 32-port: 384 16-port: 192 ONU-F01D500 ONU-F01D1000 1 HABD +1 HABF 1 HABD +1 HABF + 1 HABD 1 HABM 1 HABD +1 HABF 1 HABA 960 32-port: 704 16-port: 480 1344 32-port: 704 16-port: 704 POTS & ADSL Combo 32-port: 384 16-port: 192 96 192 32-port: 384 16-port: 192 32-port: 960 16-port: 480 32-port: 960 16-port: 1344

ONU-F01M200 ONU-F01K500

192 960

192 32-port: 704 16-port: 480

192 32-port: 960 16-port: 480 32-port: 960 16-port: 480 32-port: 960 16-port: 480 32-port: 1920 16-port: 960 32-port: 960 16-port: 480 32-port: 1920 16-port: 960

ONU-F01A

928

32-port: 960 16-port: 480

ONU-F02A

1 HABA

928

32-port: 960 16-port: 480

1 HABA +1 HABA ONU-F02AF 1 HABD +1 HABF 2 HABDs +2 HABFs

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32-port: 1920 16-port: 960

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32-port: 960 16-port: 480

1888

32-port: 1920 16-port: 960

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: The F01D200 can be fully populated with 32-port combo service boards or 32-port broadband service boards. : The F01D500 can be configured with up to two shelves. In the two shelves, you can configure up to twenty-two 32-port broadband service boards. : The F01D1000 can be configured with up to three shelves. In the three shelves, you can configure up to thirty 32-port broadband service boards or 32-port combo service boards depending on the power consumption.

2.1.2 Shelves
This topic describes the UA5000 shelves.

Service Shelf Specifications


Table 2-3 lists type and application of the UA5000 shelves. Table 2-3 Type and application of the UA5000 shelves Shelf Model HABA Type Rear-access master shelf Slots for Service Boards/Total Slots 30/36 Applied to... ONU-F02A ONU-F01A HABC HABD Rear-access master shelf Front-access master shelf 12/18 12/18 ONU-F02A ONU-F01D200 ONU-F01D500 ONU-F01D1000 ONU-F02AF ONU-F01A ONU-F01E400 HABF Front-access extended shelf 18/18 ONU-F01D500 ONU-F01D1000 ONU-F02AF ONU-F01A HABL HABM Mini shelf Front-access shelf 6/12 6/9 ONU-F01E200 ONU-F01E200 ONU-F01M200

HABA Shelf
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The HABA shelf provides 36 slots, of which 30 are available for service boards. You can insert narrowband service boards and broadband service boards in any of the 30 service board slots. However, if you are using the TSSB board, you must insert the TSSB board in the positions shown in Figure 2-1. The two narrowband control boards and the two broadband control boards in the shelf support hot backup. The two PWX boards in the shelf share the power supply load, and if one PWX fails, the other dynamically provides the necessary power. When one HABA shelf is subtended with another HABA shelf through the highway, the subordinate HABA shelf is equipped with only broadband control boards and as many as 30 service boards.

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Figure 2-1 shows the HABA shelf layout. Figure 2-1 HABA shelf layout
FAN 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 1415 16 17 P V x P P I I / W W P P R X X M M S U x P V x x / S R L S U x T S S x x x x x x x x x x B S S S S S S S S S S / L L L L L L L L L L x S L

Cable routing area FAN 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35

x x x x x x x x S S S S S S S S L L L L L L L L

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Cable routing area

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PWX: Secondary power supply board IPM: Broadband control board PVx: Narrowband control board (PVM) TSSB: Test board RSUx: Remote subscriber unit (RSU8/RSU4) xSL: Service board (ASL/DSL/ADMB/SDLB)

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The HABC shelf , which stands at a height of 8 U, is the master shelf of the rear-access UA5000. The HABC shelf provides 18 slots, of which 12 are available for service boards. You can insert narrowband service boards and broadband service boards in any of the 12 service board slots. However, the TSSB board must be inserted in slot 17, as shown in Figure 2-2. The two narrowband control boards and the two broadband control boards in the shelf support hot backup. The two PWX boards in the shelf share the power supply load, and if one PWX fails, the other dynamically provides the necessary power.

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Figure 2-2 shows the HABC shelf layout. Figure 2-2 HABC shelf layout
FAN 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 0910 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 P V P P I I x W W P P / X X M M R S U x T P S V x x x x x x x x x x x x S / S S S S S S S S S S S x R L L L L L L L L L L L / x S S U L x Cable routing area

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PWX: Secondary power supply board IPM: Broadband control board PVx: Narrowband control board (PVM) TSSB: Test board RSUx: Remote subscriber unit (RSU8/RSU4) xSL: Service board (ASL/DSL/ADMB/SDLB...)

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The HIB shelf, which stands at a height of 6 U, is the slave shelf of the UA5000. The HIB shelf provides 18 slots, of which 14 are reserved for service boards. You can insert narrowband service boards in any of the 14 service board slots. The two PWX boards in the shelf share the power supply load, and if one PWX fails, the other dynamically provides the necessary power.

Figure 2-3 shows the HIB shelf layout.

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Figure 2-3 HIB shelf layout


00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Service board Service board Service board Service board Service board Service board Service board Service board Service board Service board Service board Service board Service board Service board

P P W W X X

R R S S P P

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The narrowband service boards can start successfully after the PWX board works in the normal state.

HABD Shelf
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The HABD shelf, which stands at a height of 10 U, is the master shelf of the front-access UA5000. The HABD shelf can be subtended with HABD and HABF shelves, and the HABD shelf can aggregate the services from the subordinate shelves. The HABD shelf provides 18 slots, of which 12 are reserved for service boards. You can insert narrowband service boards and broadband service boards in any of the 12 service board slots. However, if you are using the TSSB board, you must insert the TSSB board in the positions shown in Figure 2-4. The two narrowband control boards and the two broadband control boards in the shelf support hot backup. The two PWX boards in the shelf share the power supply load, and if one PWX fails, the other dynamically provides the necessary power. When one HABD shelf is subtended with another HABD shelf, the subordinate HABD shelf is equipped with only broadband control boards and as many as 12 service boards.

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FAN
00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

P V x P P I I / W W P P R X X M M S U x

P V x x / S R L S U x

T S S x x x x x x x x x x B S S S S S S S S S S / L L L L L L L L L L x S L

Cable routing area Control and interconnection cable connecting area Subscriber cable connecting area

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HABF Shelf
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The HABF shelf, which stands at a height of 10 U, is the extended shelf of the UA5000. It operates under the control of the HABD shelf, and provides the power supply to the HABD shelf. The HABF shelf provides 18 slots. They are all for service boards. You can insert narrowband service boards and broadband service boards in any of the 18 slots.

Figure 2-5 shows the HABF shelf layout.

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Figure 2-5 HABF shelf layout


FAN 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

x x x x x x S S S S S S L L L L L L

x x x x x x x x x x x x S S S S S S S S S S S S L L L L L L L L L L L L

Cable routing area Interconnection cable connecting area Subscriber cable connecting area

xSL: Service board (ASL/DSL/ADMB/SDLB...)

HABL Shelf
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The HABL shelf, which stands at a height of 10 U, is a mini shelf. The HABL shelf provides 12 slots, of which 6 are available for service boards. You can insert narrowband service boards and broadband service boards in any of the 6 slots. If you are using the TSSB board, however, you must insert the TSSB board in slot 11. The two narrowband control boards and the two broadband control boards in the shelf support hot backup. The two PWX boards in the shelf share the power supply load, and if one PWX fails, the other has the capacity to dynamically provide the necessary power.

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Figure 2-6 shows the HABL shelf layout. Figure 2-6 HABL shelf layout
FAN 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 P V x P P I I / W W P P R X X M M S U x P V x x / S R L S U x T S x x x x S S S S S B L L L L / x S L

Cabling routing area Cable connecting area

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PVx: Narrowband control board (PVM) TSSB: Test board RSUx: Remote subscriber unit (RSU8/RSU4) xSL: Service board (ASL/DSL/ADMB/SDLB...)

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The HABM shelf is a front-access shelf of the UA5000. The HABM shelf is 5 U (1 U = 44.45 mm) high, which is applied in the F01-E200 or the F01-M200 small-capacity device. The HABM shelf provides 9 slots, and 6 of them are service slots. The broadband and the narrowband service boards are slot compatible. The TSSB can be inserted into the fixed slot only, as shown in Figure 2-7.

Figure 2-7 shows the structure of the HABM shelf. Figure 2-7 Structure of the HABM shelf
FAN 00 01 02 03 x P O P I P N W P V / X M x x S L 04 05 06 07 08 T S S x x x x B S S S S / L L L L x S L

Cable 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

P S T F

S L T F

S L T F

S L T F

S L T F

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2.1.3 Boards
This topic describes the boards of the UA5000. The boards used in the UA5000 include the narrowband boards, narrowband and broadband combo boards, broadband boards and xPON boards.Table 2-4, Table 2-5, Table 2-6and Table 2-7list the details of these boards.

Narrowband Boards
Table 2-4 Boards related to the narrowband features Board PVM Full Name Packet voice processing board Function Description The PVM board is also called the narrowband control board of the master shelf. The PVM board:
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Controls the narrowband boards Supports the H.248 or MGCP protocol Converts the TDM voice traffic into IP packets Transmits the VoIP service through one FE port Provides V5 voice services through V5 interfaces The PVMB board provides 4 E1 ports.

The backplane of the PVMD provides 4 E1 ports, and the front panel provides 1 GE optical port and 1 FE optical/electrical port (either FE optical or FE electrical is available). RSU8/RSU 4 Remote subscriber processing unit The RSU8/RSU4 board:
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Analog subscriber board Analog subscriber board Digital subscriber board Digital subscriber board E1 trunk board TDM G.SHDSL

The ASL board provides 16 POTS ports. The A32 board provides 32 POTS ports. The DSL board provides 8 ISDN BRI ports. The DSLD board provides 16 ISDN BRI ports. The EDTB board provides 16 E1 trunk ports. The SDL board provides:

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SDLE

TDM G.SHDSL board

The SDLE board provides:


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CDI VFB

Direct dial-in interface board VF interface board

The CDI board provides 16 DDI ports. The VFB board provides:
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TSSB ESC

Test board Environment and power supply monitoring board

The TSSB board is used to test the circuit of the narrowband service boards. The ESC board monitors:
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Power supply status Temperature Humidity Door sensor Fan status Battery Other analog and digital parameters

The ESC board reports the above information to the control board through a serial port. PWX Secondary power supply board One PWX board occupies one slot. One master shelf can be equipped with two PWX boards. The PWX boards support inter-board and inter-shelf load-sharing and mutual aid.

Broadband and Narrowband Combo Board


Table 2-5 Broadband and narrowband combo boards Board CSMB Full Name POTS and ADSL2+ combo service board Function Description The CSMB board supports:
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CSRB

POTS and ADSL2+ combo service board

The CSRB board supports:

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The CSRB board does not support remote feeding. CSRI POTS and ADSL2+ combo service board The CSRI board supports:
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Broadband Boards
Table 2-6 Boards related to the broadband features Board IPMB Full Name IP processing board of the master shelf Function Description The IPMB board is the broadband control board. The IPMB board:
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IPMD

IP processing board of the master shelf

The IPMD board is the broadband control board. The IPMD board:
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ADMB

ADSL2+ service board

The ADMB board supports:


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ADSL2+ service board

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ADMF

ADSL2+ service board

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ADSL2+ service board

The ADRI board supports:


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ADSL2+ service board

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VDSL2 service board

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SHLB

ATM G.SHDSL.bis board

The SHLB board supports the G.SHDSL.bis access of 16 symmetrical digital subscriber lines and 8-channel E1 access. The SDLB board provides 16 ATM G.SHDSL ports.

SDLB

ATM G.SHDSL board

Table 2-7 xPON uplink board Board EP1A Full Name EPON interface board Function Description The EP1A board provides:
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The GP1A board does not support active/standby configuration.

2.2 Logic Structure


This topic describes the logic structure and module functions of the UA5000. The UA5000 consists of the following modules:
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TDM control and switching module Packet control and switching module Packet voice processing module Network-network interface (NNI) module User-network interface (UNI) module

Figure 2-8 shows the logic structure of the UA5000. Figure 2-8 Logic structure of the UA5000
POTS ISDN E1 TDM SHDSL V.24 V.35 N x 64k 2/4-wire voice E&M ADSL ADSL2+ ATM SHDSL G.SHDSL.bis VDSL2 Packet control and switching module FE/GE /EPON/GPON Packet voice processing module FE/GPON TDM control and switching module E1/GPON Service interface module

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The TDM control and switching module switches narrowband services through the TDM switching fabric.

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The packet control and switching module switches and aggregates broadband services through the packet switching fabric. The packet voice processing module converts the voice stream into IP packets through voice encoding and sends them to the NGN. The NNI module provides various network ports for connecting to upper-layer devices, including TDM E1, FE and GE ports. The UNI module provides various service ports, including POTS, ISDN BRI (2B+D), ISDN PRI (30B+D), V.24 sub-rate, V.24/V.35 64 kbit/s, V.35/FE N x 64 kbit/s, E1, xDSL, G.SHDSL (TDM/ATM), and 2-wire/4-wire VF ports.

2.3 Software Architecture


The software architecture of the UA5000 includes board software and host software. This topic describes the functions of each software component.

Overview
The software of the UA5000 consists of the board software and the host software. The area enclosed within the dotted lines in Figure 2-9 shows the software architecture of the UA5000. Figure 2-9 Software architecture of the UA5000
N2000 BMS Serial port terminal Telnet

Inband/ outband

Serial port connection

Inband/ outband

Host software

Communication control bus

Board software 1

Board software 2

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The board software applied to the service board and the interface board supports the following functions:
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Service management Data management Alarm management Driving and diagnosis

Host Software
The host software, running on the control board, consists of four planes: system support plane, system service plane, system management plane, and service control plane. Figure 2-10 shows the host software architecture of the UA5000. Figure 2-10 Host software architecture of the UA5000

System management plane

The functions of the four planes are as follows:


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System support plane: It drives the hardware system. System service plane: It provides the basic operating service for the software operation, and manages the system. The basic function module of the system service plane is the operating system. System management plane: It supports device and service management functions. Service control plane: It is the core module that supports the service functions including:

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Resolving and processing the service configuration commands Implementing protocol processing between the devices Processing the service requests Providing the required services for subscribers

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3.1 AG Features This topic describes the AG features of the UA5000. 3.2 Broadband Features This topic describes the main broadband features of the UA5000.

Features

This topic describes the AG features and broadband features of the UA5000.

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3.1 AG Features
This topic describes the AG features of the UA5000. 3.1.1 Basic Features This topic describes the basic features of the AG. 3.1.2 Reliability This topic describes the reliability of the AG. 3.1.3 Voice Quality This topic describes the voice quality of the AG. 3.1.4 Integrated AG

This topic describes the features of the integrated AG.

3.1.1 Basic Features


This topic describes the basic features of the AG.
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Signaling exchange with the MGC through H.248 or MGCP Terminal ID (TID) layer functions through H.248 or MGCP Profile function through H.248 H.248 V3 Conversion between R2 signaling and H.248 messages to realize R2 packet access 8 K digitmap and H.248 packet segmentation Perfect multi homing of the SCTP link Voice coding and decoding protocols, such as G.711 (A-law/-law), G.723.1, G.729 (A/B) Local announcement services, so as to save the MRS announcement resource and the sending of the customized signal tone Local audio mixing services. When the MRS resource is insufficient or does not exist, the access gateway can provide the audio mixing services for three-party service and call waiting. Pulse digit collection and dual tone multi-frequency (DTMF) digit collection Activating the message waiting indicator service through voltage ascending or frequency shift keying (FSK) Virtual access gateway (VAG) function, that is, one AG is divided into multiple VAGs and each VAG provides services independently under the control of the MGC Hairpin connection, in which the internal calls of a UA5000 are connected through the TDM fabric without occupying the DSP resources AG overload control, MGC overload control, MG overload control, ISDN overload control, uplink bandwidth restricted calling and DSP overload control Pulse metering and polarity reversal metering Automatic dialing test function, that is, the subscribe lines are tested traversely instead of one by one dialing manually

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Call measurement Measurement of protocol packets and FE port traffic

3.1.2 Reliability
This topic describes the reliability of the AG.
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Supports device authentication when the UA5000 acts as an AG. The illegal access is forbidden through authentication. Supports dual homing. When the primary MGC is down, the AG automatically switches to a secondary MGC. Supports the standalone function. The type of the MG user which adopts H.248 protocol is PSTN. If the communication between the MGC and the AG is interrupted, the internal subscribers of the AG can still call each other through internal switching. Supports emergency channels. When the communication between the MGC and the AG is interrupted, the narrowband subscribers of the AG can still call the PSTN through emergency channels. Supports overload control. When the AG or the MGC is overloaded, the AG gives preference to calls of higher priorities.

3.1.3 Voice Quality


This topic describes the voice quality of the AG. The UA5000 ensures the high voice quality through:
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Voice activation detection (VAD) Comfortable noise generation (CNG) Jitter buffer dynamic adjustment Echo cancellation (compliant with ITU-T G.165/G.168) Packet loss compensation DTMF detection/generation (Optional) Tx/Rx gain control

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Priority configuration of voice and data services IP type of service (ToS) Differentiated service code point (DSCP) Virtual local area network (VLAN) priority Voice quality enhancement (VQE)

The UA5000 also supports the Real-time Transport Control Protocol (RTCP) packet detection to realize the voice quality monitoring (VQM) function.

3.1.4 Integrated AG
This topic describes the features of the integrated AG. An integrated AG provides VoIP and broadband services at the same time. It aggregates all the service streams on the GE port of the IPMB board for uplink.

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In the integrated AG, different service streams can be tagged with different priorities to ensure their QoS.
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Send them through different VLANs to logically separate traffic of different types. Tag them with different ToS/DSCP priorities to provide an expedited forwarding mechanism based on layer 3 (L3). Tag them with different 802.1p priorities to provide an expedited forwarding mechanism based on layer 2 (L2). With the Bidirectional Forwarding Detection (BFD) Protocol, the UA5000 can detect links for important services, such as the VoIP service, and management packets. After a link failure is detected, the system automatically switches the service to the standby link to protect the service. Be interconnected with the Quidway NetEngine80E of Huawei
To enable the BFD function, the device on the peer end must support the BFD function.

3.2 Broadband Features


This topic describes the main broadband features of the UA5000. 3.2.1 VLAN This topic describes the VLAN features of the UA5000. 3.2.2 IPTV

This topic describes the IPTV features of the UA5000. 3.2.3 QoS This topic describes the QoS features of the UA5000. 3.2.4 Reliability and Maintainability This topic describes the reliability and maintainability of the UA5000. 3.2.5 MAC Address Management This topic describes the MAC address management features of the UA5000. 3.2.6 Routing Management This topic describes the routing management features of the UA5000. 3.2.7 Security Management This topic describes the security management features of the UA5000. 3.2.8 L2 and L3 Features

This topic describes the L2 and L3 features of the UA5000.

3.2.1 VLAN
This topic describes the VLAN features of the UA5000.

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Smart VLAN
A smart VLAN contains multiple uplink ports and xDSL virtual service ports, and supports L2 isolation of the services between xDSL virtual service ports. The features are as follows:
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A smart VLAN can access multiple xDSL subscribers, reducing the number of VLANs occupied. Smart VLAN ports are not equivalent. The ports include uplink ports and virtual service ports. The broadcast domains of the uplink ports refer to all the VLAN ports, and the broadcast domains of the virtual service ports refer to the uplink ports.

Super VLAN
As a virtual L3 interface, a super VLAN has the following features:
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A super VLAN may contain multiple sub VLANs. As a common gateway for sub VLANs, a super VLAN implements the VLAN aggregation for efficient IP address allocation. A super VLAN helps establish the communication between different sub VLANs through the Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) proxy.

QinQ VLAN
QinQ VLAN 802.1Q in 802.1Q (QinQ) is a VLAN feature that is based on the standard 802.1 Q encapsulation protocol. A QinQ VLAN has the following features:
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A frame with a private VLAN tag can be added with a public VLAN tag. The frame can be transmitted through the public network with the two layers of VLAN tags. A frame is transmitted according to its public VLAN tag. In this way, the private VLAN and services are transmitted to the peer end transparently.

Stacking VLAN
Stacking VLAN is a VLAN feature that allows the UA5000 to add two 802.1Q VLAN tags to an untagged frame. A stacking VLAN has the following features:
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Supports the multi-ISP wholesale service. With the stacking VLAN, the inner VLAN tag identifies a subscriber, and the outer VLAN tag identifies the Internet service provider (ISP) of the subscriber. For the service, the upper network must work at L2, and forward packets based on the VLAN tag and the MAC address. Supports the expansion of the number of VLANs by identifying a subscriber with two layers of VLAN tags. To support this feature, the associated broadband remote access server (BRAS) must support the authentication of the two layers of VLAN tags.

MUX VLAN
A MUX VLAN is a VLAN that contains one or multiple uplink ports, but contains only one service port. The traffic streams of any two MUX VLANs are isolated.

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One-to-one mapping can be set up between a MUX VLAN and an access subscriber. Hence, a MUX VLAN can uniquely identify an access subscriber according to the VLAN. The MUX VLAN is used when subscribers are identified according to VLANs.

3.2.2 IPTV
This topic describes the IPTV features of the UA5000.
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Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP) proxy, and IGMP Snooping IGMP V2, compatible with IGMP V1 GE video network port, providing high quality of IPTV service Fast service switching capacity Service preview Centralized report of the multicast log Controllable service access, including service authority, service quantity, preview authority, preview time, and preview times The transaction language 1 (TL1) interface on the Huawei N2000 BMS is interconnected with the service management system (SMS)/operation support system (OSS) to control the authority of IPTV service QoS, to ensure the expedited forwarding of the video stream

3.2.3 QoS
This topic describes the QoS features of the UA5000.
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Packet forwarding based on 802.1p priorities to provide appropriate QoS levels for different services to ensure the expedited forwarding of services that are sensitive to delay Access control list (ACL)-based IP preference labelling or DSCP priorities labelling for packets Flow control based on port, connection and VLAN Congestion control Queue scheduling, including priority queuing (PQ), and weighted round robin (WRR)

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This topic describes the reliability and maintainability of the UA5000.
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3.2.6 Routing Management


This topic describes the routing management features of the UA5000. The UA5000 uses static or dynamic routing for addressing. The UA5000 supports the following dynamic routing protocols: Routing Information Protocol (RIP) and Open Shortest Path First (OSPF). The UA5000 manages the static routes and also the dynamic routes discovered by the routing protocol. The static routes and dynamic routes share their routing information.

3.2.7 Security Management


This topic describes the security management features of the UA5000. When the services are sent uplink to the IP network, the UA5000 provides the following security management features:
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Subscriber isolation at L2 through VLANs Subscriber isolation within one smart VLAN Controlling the number of subscribers connected to each port and the number of multicast groups in which each port joins MAC address anti-spoofing and IP address anti-spoofing MAC address filtering to prevent the malicious packets from the users Anti-Dos attack, and suppression of IGMP and DHCP protocols on the subscriber port, that is, the attack users will be listed in the black list to prevent the passing of the protocol packets Standard ACL, extended ACL, L2 ACL and user-defined ACL Traffic filtering according to the set rules Identifying subscribers through Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) Option82 Transmitting physical port information of subscribers through Policy Information Transfer Protocol (PITP) (including PPPoE+ and virtual broadband access server (VBAS)) to the BRAS for authentication Logging into the UA5000 through secure shell (SSH) V2

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This topic describes the L2 and L3 features of the UA5000. The UA5000 supports a complete TCP/IP protocol stack to enable easy extension of multiple L2 and L3 protocols. The UA5000 supports the following L2 and L3 features:
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Conversion between IPoA and IPoE, and also the conversion between PPPoA and PPPoE so that ATM subscribers can access the IP network RIP and OSPF Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)/Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP)
For details of the L2 and L3 features, refer to the UA5000 Feature Description.

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4.3 Integrated Access Service

Networking Applications

The typical applications of the UA5000 include xDSL access, subtending, QinQ, VLAN stacking, and triple play. 4.1 Typical Network Applications of Broadband Service This topic describes the typical network applications of the UA5000 broadband service. 4.2 Typical Network Applications of Voice Service This topic describes the typical network applications of the UA5000 voice service.

The UA5000 can be used as an AG in the NGN. In addition, the UA5000 supports the broadband access. 4.4 Typical Networking Applications of the FTTx Service This topic describes the typical networking applications of the FTTx service provided by the UA5000.

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4.1 Typical Network Applications of Broadband Service


This topic describes the typical network applications of the UA5000 broadband service. 4.1.1 QinQ Networking Application The UA5000 supports the QinQ networking application. Such a networking application saves the public VLAN ID resources, and facilitates the MP2MP interconnection between private line subscribers across the MAN. 4.1.2 VLAN Stacking Application The UA5000 supports the VLAN stacking to provide the VLAN extension and the multi-ISP wholesale service for subscribers. 4.1.3 Triple Play Application The UA5000 can simultaneously provide voice, data, and video services for subscribers with appropriate QoS. Such a scenario is called triple play.

4.1.1 QinQ Networking Application


The UA5000 supports the QinQ networking application. Such a networking application saves the public VLAN ID resources, and facilitates the MP2MP interconnection between private line subscribers across the MAN.

Networking Topology
Figure 4-1 shows the QinQ application. Figure 4-1 QinQ application
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In the QinQ application, the packet transmitted in the backbone network has two 802.1q tags: a public VLAN tag and a private VLAN tag.
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On the subscriber side The enterprise subscriber uses the UA5000 xDSL access. Then the traffic is delivered in the VLAN mode. The subscribers of VLAN 1 and VLAN 2 access the UA5000. The UA5000 adds a public VLAN (VLAN 3) tag to the subscriber packet, and forwards the packet to the upper-layer network. On the network side In the MAN backbone network, the packet is transmitted according to the VLAN ID. After the packet reaches the UA5000 on the other side of the backbone network, the UA5000 removes the public VLAN tag from the packet, and forwards the packet to the device on the subscriber side.

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The QinQ networking saves the public VLAN ID resources, and supports the transparent transmission of the private VLANs in a public network. The QinQ networking provides a simple L2 VPN channel to meet the requirements of private VLANs and transparently transmit services to the peer end. This expands the region scope of the private network.

4.1.2 VLAN Stacking Application


The UA5000 supports the VLAN stacking to provide the VLAN extension and the multi-ISP wholesale service for subscribers.

Service Description
The service description is as follows:
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VLAN extension: It is used to extend the number of VLANs and identify the subscriber. Multi-ISP wholesale service: The upstream network must be in the L2 working mode so that the packets can be directly transmitted according to VLAN IDs and MAC addresses.

Networking Topology
Figure 4-2 shows the VLAN stacking application.

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Figure 4-2 VLAN stacking application

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As shown in Figure 4-2:
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The subscriber packet on the subscriber side is untagged before reaching the UA5000. When the packet reaches the UA5000, the UA5000 adds two VLAN tags (outer VLAN tag and inner VLAN tag), and then transmits the packet to the upper layer network. When the packet on the network side reaches the UA5000, the UA5000 removes the two VLAN tags from the subscriber packet. Then, the UA5000 forwards the packet to the subscriber device.

The stacking VLAN supports:


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4.1.3 Triple Play Application


The UA5000 can simultaneously provide voice, data, and video services for subscribers with appropriate QoS. Such a scenario is called triple play.

Service Description
The UA5000 supports both the multi-PVC triple play solutions.
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The UA5000 supports mapping different PVCs to different service VLANs, and adding different 802.1p priority tags to the VLANs.

Networking Topology
Figure 4-3 shows the triple play application. Figure 4-3 Triple play application

Networking Description
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The UA5000 transmits the IGMP control packets upstream to the video server to manage multicast subscribers and the programs. The video server transmits the video service traffic to the UA5000 through the backbone network and the convergence network. The UA5000 forwards the traffic to the subscriber terminals based on the authentication results. On the subscriber side, the set top box (STB) terminates video signals, perform media conversion, and control program switching.

The triple play solution enables multi-services access simultaneously on the same subscriber terminal.

4.2 Typical Network Applications of Voice Service


This topic describes the typical network applications of the UA5000 voice service. 4.2.1 Private Line Service The UA5000 supports rich narrow private line services to meet the private line requirements of enterprise and group subscribers. 4.2.2 SHDSL Subtending Service The UA5000 supports remote subtending of mini ONUs through TDM G.SHDSL interfaces. 4.2.3 Emergency Channel and DDI Applications The CDI board on the UA5000 provides the foreign exchange office (FXO) interfaces. With the FXO interfaces, the UA5000 supports two applications: emergency channel and direct-dialing-in (DDI). 4.2.4 R2 Packet Application The UA5000 connects to the PBX through an E1 port and interacts with the PBX through R2 signaling. 4.2.5 RFC2833 Encryption Application In the NGN networking, card IDs and passwords are transmitted through DTMF. In this case, the information is prone to interception and embezzlement. The UA5000 encrypts the DTMF card IDs and passwords, and transmits the encrypted data through the RFC2833 packets. The encryption ensures the security of the card service.

4.2.1 Private Line Service


The UA5000 supports rich narrow private line services to meet the private line requirements of enterprise and group subscribers.

Networking Topology
Figure 4-4 shows the networking topology of the private line service.

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Figure 4-4 Networking topology for the private line service

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Narrowband private line for narrowband services through E1 and V.35 ports provided by TDM G.SHDSL.

4.2.2 SHDSL Subtending Service


The UA5000 supports remote subtending of mini ONUs through TDM G.SHDSL interfaces.

Networking Topology
Figure 4-5 shows the networking topology for the SHDSL subtending service.

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Figure 4-5 Network topology for the SHDSL subtending service

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Networking Description
In the networking shown in Figure 4-5, the UA5000 implements the following functions:
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4.2.3 Emergency Channel and DDI Applications


The CDI board on the UA5000 provides the foreign exchange office (FXO) interfaces. With the FXO interfaces, the UA5000 supports two applications: emergency channel and direct-dialing-in (DDI).

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Figure 4-6 shows a scenario where the emergency channel and the DDI applications can be used. Figure 4-6 Emergency channel and DDI applications
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Emergency Channel By connecting to the foreign exchange subscriber (FXS) interface of the PSTN exchange through the FXO interface, the UA5000 provides an emergency channel for the narrowband subscribers. When the communication between the UA5000 and the MGC fails, the narrowband subscribers of the UA5000 can still call through the emergency channel.
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The UA5000 connects to the PBX through an E1 port and interacts with the PBX through R2 signaling.

Networking Topology
Figure 4-7 shows the R2 packet application. Figure 4-7 R2 packet application

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Networking Description
The UA5000 divides R2 signaling into packets based on the H.248 protocol, and then sends the packets to the MGC. Controlled by the MGC, the UA5000 provides the PBX service.

4.2.5 RFC2833 Encryption Application


In the NGN networking, card IDs and passwords are transmitted through DTMF. In this case, the information is prone to interception and embezzlement. The UA5000 encrypts the DTMF card IDs and passwords, and transmits the encrypted data through the RFC2833 packets. The encryption ensures the security of the card service.

Networking Topology
Figure 4-8 shows the RFC2833 encryption application.

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Figure 4-8 RFC2833 encryption application

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In the preceding scenario:
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The UA5000 can be used as an AG in the NGN. In addition, the UA5000 supports the broadband access. Figure 4-9 shows the networking topology of an NGN in which the UA5000 functions as an integrated access device. Figure 4-9 Networking topology for integrated access service

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Enabling you to set different priorities for different types of services to implement proper QoS for the different services (For example, for the voice service that is sensitive to delay, set a high priority; for the data service that is not sensitive to delay, set a low priority)

4.4 Typical Networking Applications of the FTTx Service


This topic describes the typical networking applications of the FTTx service provided by the UA5000. 4.4.1 FTTB Networking Application

The UA5000 Mini MSAN can be used in the fiber to the building (FTTB) environment. Intended for the building where category-5 cables or twisted pairs are routed, the UA5000 Mini MSAN connects to a LAN switch in the downstream direction to provide high-bandwidth access services such as voice, data, and video services for community users. 4.4.2 FTTC Networking Application

The UA5000 Mini MSAN can be used in the fiber to the curb (FTTC) environment. Intended for the building where twisted pairs are routed, the UA5000 Mini MSAN provides high-bandwidth access services such as voice, data, and video services for community users. 4.4.3 BS Transmission Networking Application This topic describes the base station (BS) networking application of the UA5000 Mini MSAN.

4.4.1 FTTB Networking Application


The UA5000 Mini MSAN can be used in the fiber to the building (FTTB) environment. Intended for the building where category-5 cables or twisted pairs are routed, the UA5000 Mini MSAN connects to a LAN switch in the downstream direction to provide high-bandwidth access services such as voice, data, and video services for community users.

Service Description
Compared with the current digital subscriber line (DSL) network architecture, the FTTB network architecture has the following advantages:
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Provides the high-bandwidth and long-distance access service. The data transmission rate that the current DSL access can reach is restricted by the length of twisted pairs. Saves the cost. The FTTB network architecture greatly integrates the complete optical FTTH network and the DSL network. For the long-distance transmission, use the optical fibers; for the short-distance transmission, use the twisted pairs. This saves the CAPEX of the carrier. Features good compatibility. Compatibility and interoperability are implemented between the FTTB network architecture and the current DSL network architecture.

Networking Application
Figure 4-10 shows the FTTB networking application.

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Figure 4-10 FTTB networking application


IPTV server Softswitch

MG N2000 BMS BRAS OLT

xPON Mini MASAN

xPON

Mini MASAN LAN switch Commercial User Common User Commercial User Common User fiber twisted pair MG: media gateway BRAS: broadband remote access server

Networking Description
The UA5000 Mini MSAN can be used in the FTTB environment, as follows:
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The UA5000 Mini MSAN connects to a LAN switch or a hub in the downstream to provide service access for multiple subscribers. The LAN switches are networked in a tree structure. Therefore, each LAN switch works independently without affecting other LAN switches. The bandwidth can be allocated according to the number of subscribers of the LAN switch, which is flexible.

4.4.2 FTTC Networking Application


The UA5000 Mini MSAN can be used in the fiber to the curb (FTTC) environment. Intended for the building where twisted pairs are routed, the UA5000 Mini MSAN provides high-bandwidth access services such as voice, data, and video services for community users.

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Service Description
The FTTC network architecture greatly integrates the complete optical FTTH network and the DSL network, which can optimally reuse the resources such as the current twisted pairs, MDFs at the splice box, and power supply. For the long-distance transmission, use the optical fibers; for the short-distance transmission, use the twisted pairs. This saves the CAPEX of the carrier. The FTTC network architecture provides the voice access service, which is suitable for distributed subscribers, such as small enterprise subscribers and residential subscribers.

Networking Application
Figure 4-11 shows the FTTC networking application. Figure 4-11 FTTC networking application
IPTV server Softswitch

MG N2000 BMS BRAS OLT

xPON Mini MASAN

xPON

Mini MASAN

Common Subscriber

Common Subscriber

Busi ness Subscr i ber f i ber tw i st ed pai r

Networking Description
The UA5000 Mini MSAN can be used in the FTTC environment, as follows:

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In the upstream direction, the UA5000 Mini MSAN connects to the BRAS through optical fibers to transmit the service data to the IP network. In the downstream direction, the UA5000 Mini MSAN provides the service access for multiple subscribers through twisted pairs.

4.4.3 BS Transmission Networking Application


This topic describes the base station (BS) networking application of the UA5000 Mini MSAN.

Service Description
Through the GPON system, the UA5000 Mini MSAN makes full use of long-distance transmission feature of the single-core optical fiber. The UA5000 Mini MSAN connects the BS to the transmission network to extend the transmission distance.

Networking Application
Figure 4-12 shows the BS transmission networking application. Figure 4-12 BS transmission networking application

BSC TDM Network E1 OLT

Optical Splitter UA5000 Mini MSAN UA5000 Mini MSAN

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FE

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BTS

BSC: base station controller

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The data transmitted on the E1 link of the BS is access to the UA5000 Mini MSAN, and then transmitted upstream to the BSC. A 2G BS can transmit data upstream through the E1 port of the GPON board, and a 3G BS can transmit data upstream through the FE port. When used for BS transmission, the UA5000 Mini MSAN has the following advantages:
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The UA5000 Mini MSAN has a strong adaptability to the data service application of the future wireless network. The UA5000 Mini MSAN supports point to multi point (P2MP) transmission through an optical splitter, which facilitates extending the network. The optical splitter is a passive optical network node, which facilitates network maintenance. The GPON network uses the single-core optical fiber to transmit data in both directions, which saves the optical fiber resources and is suitable for long-distance transmission.

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5.1 Device Management Overview 5.2 Management Through the CLI 5.3 Network Management

Device Management

This topic describes the management methods of the UA5000.

This topic describes the device management function supported the UA5000.

You can manage the UA5000 through the CLI.

You can manage the UA5000 through the element management system (EMS).

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5.1 Device Management Overview


This topic describes the device management function supported the UA5000. You can manage, maintain, and monitor the UA5000 as follows:
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Management through the CLI, where the following modes are available:

Local maintenance through a serial port connection Remote maintenance over a Telnet session

Management through the BMS based on SNMP, where the following modes are available:

Inband mode Outband mode

5.2 Management Through the CLI


You can manage the UA5000 through the CLI. 5.2.1 Running Environment You can manage the UA5000 through the CLI in different running environments. 5.2.2 Features

Managing the UA5000 through the CLI features remote maintenance, local maintenance, and hierarchical protection of commands. 5.2.3 Typical Networking In the CLI maintenance mode, you can log in to the UA5000 through a serial port or in the telnet mode, and then manage and maintain the UA5000.

5.2.1 Running Environment


You can manage the UA5000 through the CLI in different running environments. To manage the UA5000 through the CLI, you can use the software delivered along with the operating system (OS) or commercial software. You can use the Windows HyperTerminal to connect to the maintenance serial port of the UA5000, or the Telnet terminal to connect to the service network port of the UA5000. In this way, you can maintain the UA5000 through the CLI.

5.2.2 Features
Managing the UA5000 through the CLI features remote maintenance, local maintenance, and hierarchical protection of commands. The CLI maintenance mode has the following features:
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Protects commands at different levels to prevent illegal intrusion of unauthorized subscribers or misoperation. Provides online help through the help command and the command type-ahead function. Provides a large number of commands for configuration, maintenance and debugging, and also the detailed command prompts. Supports command line display in multiple languages. Supports history command query. Supports fuzzy match of key words. Supports adding or deleting multiple login users. Supports configuring user authority and passwords.

5.2.3 Typical Networking


In the CLI maintenance mode, you can log in to the UA5000 through a serial port or in the telnet mode, and then manage and maintain the UA5000. Figure 5-1 shows the typical networking for maintaining the UA5000 through the CLI. Figure 5-1 Typical networking for maintaining the UA5000 through the CLI
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5.3 Network Management


You can manage the UA5000 through the element management system (EMS). 5.3.1 N2000 BMS Overview The N2000 BMS is a Huawei BMS that manages the broadband and integrated access devices of Huawei in a centralized manner. 5.3.2 Running Environment This topic describes the hardware and the software configurations of the UA5000 when the UA5000 is managed through the N2000 BMS. 5.3.3 Management Features This topic describes the management features of the N2000 BMS, including interface management, topology management, performance monitoring and traffic measurement, fault management, security management, batch service provisioning, backup and loading of NEs, database management, configuration management, and environment and power supply monitoring. 5.3.4 Networking Modes The N2000 BMS can form a network with the UA5000 through inband channels, outband channels, or hybrid inband/outband channels in actual applications.

5.3.1 N2000 BMS Overview


The N2000 BMS is a Huawei BMS that manages the broadband and integrated access devices of Huawei in a centralized manner. The N2000 BMS communicates with the UA5000 through the SNMP protocol. The N2000 BMS maintains and manages the UA5000 through the SNMP protocol.

5.3.2 Running Environment


This topic describes the hardware and the software configurations of the UA5000 when the UA5000 is managed through the N2000 BMS.

Server Hardware Configuration


A PC server or a UNIX workstation can be selected. The BMS server to be used depends on the actual management requirement. To manage a medium or a large network, a UNIX workstation is recommended.

Server Software Configuration


Windows OS: Windows 2000 Server + SQL Server 2000 UNIX OS: Solaris 8.0/10.0 + Sybase 12.0/12.5 N2000 BMS software: N2000 BMS server software package

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Client Hardware Configuration


A PC or a UNIX workstation can be selected. The OPEX of a UNIX workstation is high. Thus, it is not recommended as a client.

Client Software Configuration


Windows operating system: Windows 2000 Professional or Windows XP Professional N2000 BMS software: N2000 BMS client software package UNIX operating system: Solaris 8.0 or later

5.3.3 Management Features


This topic describes the management features of the N2000 BMS, including interface management, topology management, performance monitoring and traffic measurement, fault management, security management, batch service provisioning, backup and loading of NEs, database management, configuration management, and environment and power supply monitoring.

Interface Features
Northbound interface: The N2000 BMS provides standard SNMP, CORBA, and TL1 northbound interfaces for connections to the OSS or NMS. The northbound interfaces support the alarm forwarding, service provisioning, and line testing functions. The northbound interfaces help the carriers set up an integrated platform for network level monitoring and service support. Southbound interface: The N2000 BMS provides Telnet, Syslog, MML, and SNMP southbound interfaces for connections to different types of NEs. Through these interfaces, the N2000 BMS supports a large number of functions for managing NEs.

Topology Management
The N2000 BMS can display the NEs in the entire network in one topology view. Through a unified management platform, the N2000 BMS can monitor and manage all NEs in the network. This facilitates network maintenance.

Performance Management
The N2000 BMS helps you monitor the system performance in a centralized manner and collect traffic statistics, which facilitates tracing and analyzing the device performance and allocating the network resources optimally.

Fault Management
The N2000 BMS provides a centralized alarm management solution for the entire network, which helps locate and troubleshoot faults quickly, and ensures the normal running of the network.

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In addition, to simplify the troubleshooting, the N2000 BMS supports switching windows. For example, the N2000 BMS allows shifting from the topological window to the alarm window, or shifting from the alarm window to a faulty port, which simplifies the troubleshooting process.

Security Management
The N2000 BMS provides the security management function. It implements authority control based on users, user groups, operation sets, authority management, and ACL control. It supports the following operations on the clients:
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Automatic lock Forced disconnection Collection of user logs

Batch Service Provisioning


The N2000 BMS supports batch service processing to reduce the time in deploying the service and responding to the requirements of the users.

Backup and Loading of NEs


The N2000 BMS provides manual or timed backup and loading of data of all NEs or a specified NE in the network. This greatly enhances the network security and effectively solves the large-scale software upgrade problem for the devices running on the network.

Database Management
The N2000 BMS provides a tool for manually or timely backing up and restoring the N2000 BMS database. This enhances the security of the system data. In addition, the N2000 BMS provides a remote monitoring terminal for monitoring the running status of the BMS server and the use of the N2000 BMS database. The N2000 BMS also supports the remote dual-system backup solution to ensure the security of the database.

Environment and Power Supply Monitoring


The N2000 BMS monitors the environment and the power supply of the NEs in a centralized manner. This feature helps you learn the environment parameters and the power supply in time and eliminate hidden hazards.

Configuration Management
The N2000 BMS supports various broadband functions and services of the UA5000, such xDSL and IPTV services. Table 5-1 Configuration functions of UA5000 NE manager Feature Device management Description Basic management of the hardware (shelves, boards, and ports), including:

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Displaying the panel Maintaining the system, boards, and ports Measuring the physical resources ADSL2+ service provisioning Configuring and maintaining (activating, looping back, and refreshing) the ADSL2+ port Adding, modifying, and deleting the alarm profile and the line profile Querying the filtered ports and profiles Adding and deleting the line profile and the alarm profile Activating and deactivating the ports Querying the details of a G.SHDSL port Managing VDSL2 ports, line profiles, and alarm profiles Configuring service ports on the VDSL2 ports

ADSL2+ management

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VDSL2 service management Service port management

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Management functions of the service port and the traffic profile, including:
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Adding, modifying, deleting, querying, and refreshing the service ports and the traffic profiles Adding and deleting service ports in batches Operations and maintenance (OAM) management Adding, deleting, refreshing, and synchronizing the VLANs Querying the filtered VLANs, and configuring the VLAN attributes (subordinate ports) Maintaining the standard VLAN, MUX VLAN, smart VLAN, and super VLAN Interconnection of the sub VLANs of a super VLAN through the ARP proxy function Setting the aging time of the MAC address Binding between the port and the MAC address Setting the maximum number of MAC addresses that are learnt by a port IGMP proxy multicast function IGMP snooping multicast function

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Feature Terminal management

Description Management functions of the ADSL terminal, including


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Querying the details of an ADSL transceiver unit, remote end (ATU-R) Configuring the profile and the IP address of an ATU-R ATU-R IP address tests:

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Ping test FTP test PPP emulation test


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Resetting an ATU-R Upgrading an ATU-R Configuring, querying, and refreshing the Ethernet board Configuring, activating, querying, and synchronizing the Ethernet port Adding and deleting the aggregate Ethernet port Switching the aggregation mode Configuration of four types of the ACLs QoS configuration Modifying and maintaining the parameters of port MSTP and device MSTP Restoring the default value of the port path cost

Service management of the Ethernet port

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Electronic label User security management

Displaying the electronic label of a board


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PPPoE access identification DHCP access identification IP address binding MAC address binding Querying the black list Configuring the security switch Filtering the packets based on the MAC address

System security management

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5.3.4 Networking Modes


The N2000 BMS can form a network with the UA5000 through inband channels, outband channels, or hybrid inband/outband channels in actual applications.

Inband Mode
The inband mode refers to a networking mode for the network device management implemented through the service channel provided by the managed devices. In the inband mode, the NMS information is exchanged through the service channel of the device. The N2000 BMS networking in the inband mode is shown in Figure 5-2 and Figure 5-3.

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Figure 5-2 Inband BMS networking (based on IP)

EMS Client

EMS Client

EMS Server

BRAS

ATM/IP

UA5000

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Figure 5-3 Inband BMS networking (based on PSTN)

EMS Client

EMS Client

EMS server

E1 Router

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The inband networking features are as follows:


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Flexible networking without any additional device Cost-effective

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Disadvantage: The maintenance cannot be carried out when the service channel is faulty.

Outband Mode
The outband mode refers to a networking mode for network device management implemented through the non-service channel. Figure 5-4 shows the N2000 BMS networking in the outband mode. Figure 5-4 Outband BMS networking
Management side Service side

Router UA5000 EMS

RTU PC

UA5000

RTU

PC Router

The outband networking features are as follows:


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Advantages:

Channels for device management are more reliable than the channels in the inband mode. The N2000 BMS can locate the fault in a managed device in time, and monitor the managed device in real time.

Disadvantage: Additional devices are required for networking to provide maintenance channels that are independent of service channels.

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6.1 Device Parameters 6.2 Performance and Capacity

Technical Specifications

This topic provides the technical specifications and the standards that the UA5000 complies with, including device parameters, performance and capacity, port specifications, service features and specifications, and protocols and standards.

This topic describes the parameters of the UA5000, including dimensions, weight, running environment parameters, power parameters, system reliability, and board power consumption.

This topic describes the performance indexes, port types, and port quantity of the UA5000. 6.3 Port Specifications This topic describes the port specifications of the UA5000. 6.4 Service Features and Specifications

This topic describes the features and specifications of the UA5000. 6.5 Standards Compliance

This topic describes the standards that the UA5000 complies with.

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6.1 Device Parameters


This topic describes the parameters of the UA5000, including dimensions, weight, running environment parameters, power parameters, system reliability, and board power consumption.

Dimensions
Table 6-1 Dimensions of the UA5000 cabinets Cabinet ONU-F01D200 Dimensions (Width x Depth x Height, W x D x H, in mm) 1250 x 550 x 1200

ONU-F01E200 ONU-F01D500 ONU-F01D1000 ONU-F02A ONU-F02AF ONU-F01M200

600 x 500 x 1100 1550 x 550 x 1550 1900 x 550 x 1650 600 x 600 x 2200 600 x 600 x 2200 550 x 400 x 800

Table 6-2 Dimensions of the UA5000 shelves Shelf HABA (with mounting brackets) HABC (with mounting brackets) HABD (with mounting brackets) HABF (with mounting brackets) HABL (with mounting brackets) HABM (with mounting brackets, without the cabling teeth) HABM (with mounting brackets, with the cabling teeth) HABM (without mounting brackets, without the cabling teeth) HABM (without mounting brackets, with the cabling teeth) Dimensions (W x D x H, in mm) 482 x 445 x 711 482.6 x 444.6 x 352.8 482.6 x 370.0 x 441.7 482.6 x 370.0 x 441.7 310 x 370 x 444 482.6 x 318.3 x 219.5 482.6 x 364.1 x 219.5 436 x 318.3 x 219.5 436 x 364.1 x 219.5

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Weight
Table 6-3 Weight of the UA5000 cabinets Cabinet ONU-F01D200 ONU-F01E200 ONU-F01D500 ONU-F01D1000 ONU-F02A ONU-F02AF Weight (kg) 350 (with two battery sets weighing 100 kg) 130 558 (with two battery sets weighing 208 kg) 558 (with two battery sets weighing 200 kg) 250 280

Running Environment
Table 6-4 Running environment of the UA5000 cabinets Cabinet ONU-F01D200 ONU-F01E200 ONU-F01D500 ONU-F01D1000 ONU-F02A ONU-F02AF ONU-F01M200 Temperature (C) 45 to +50 45 to +50 45 to +50 45 to +50 10 to +45 10 to +45 10 to +45 Humidity 5% to 95% 5% to 95% 5% to 95% 5% to 95% 10% to 90% 10% to 90% 10% to 90%

Power Supply
Table 6-5 Power supply parameters of the UA5000 Power Supply Type DC Nominal Voltage 48 VDC Voltage Range 38.4 VDC to 57.6 VDC

AC

220 VAC, 50 Hz 110 VAC, 50 Hz

90 VAC to 290 VAC, 45 Hz to 65 Hz 88 VAC to 155 VAC, 45 Hz to 65 Hz

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System Reliability
Table 6-6 System reliability of the UA5000 Application Type Narrowband access only Availability 0.9999963 MTTR (h) 3 MTBF (yrs) 93.9 Downtime (min/yr) 1.92

Broadband access only Integrated access

0.9999955 0.9999951

3 3

75.4 69.7

2.39 2.58

Power Consumption of the Board


Table 6-7 Power consumption of boards on the UA5000 Board PVMB PVMD IPMB H601IPMD H612IPMD CC0HASL CC0NASL CC0RASL CC0KASL ADMB ADMC ADRB CC01CDI CSMB CSRB DSL ADRI ADMF VDMB Power Consumption (W) 18.5 20 42 35 56 16.8 16.8 19.6 8.8 29.3 29.3 44.4 4.5 25.2 36.5 31.4 40 23 30

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Board DSLD SHLB DSLE EDTB EP1A GP1A ESC FCBB PWX PWMA SDL SDLB SDLE TSSB TSSC VFB VMS

Power Consumption (W) 80 30 80 7 8.11 18.879 20 72 180 10 9.9 22 21 10.3 10.3 5 5

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This topic describes the performance indexes, port types, and port quantity of the UA5000.

System Performance Specifications


Table 6-8 System performance specifications Item Narrowband TDM switching capacity Maximum number of V5 interfaces Maximum number of trunk ports Index 8kx8k 16 104 E1 ports (PVM active/standby dual configuration) PVMB: 4000 PVMD: 8000 512 48 15 CAPS 1024 (G.711) 15 CAPS IPMB, H601IPMD: 2 H612IPMD: 4 Maximum number of FE ports Number of VLANs Number of MAC addresses Number of multicast groups Typical forwarding delay Clock Backplane Clock stratum Capacity 6 4000 16 k (16 x 1024) 1024 40 us Stratum 3 250 Gbit/s

Maximum number of POTS subscribers Maximum number of SPCs HDLC Call processing capability VoIP Maximum number of full-rate channels (DSP channels) Call processing capability Broadband Maximum number of GE ports

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Interface Type and Number


Table 6-9 Type and number of the UA5000 management interfaces Interface Type Management interface for outband BMS Local configuration serial port Provided by... IPMB/IPMD/PVMB/PVM D IPMB/IPMD/PVMB/PVM D Number per Board 1 1

Table 6-10 Type and number of the UA5000 network interfaces Interface Type FE electrical port Provided by... PVMB PVMD IPMB IPMD FE/GE optical port IPMB/H601IPMD H612IPMD TDM E1 RSU8 RSU4 PVMB/PVMD EDTB Number per Board 2 1 6 2 2 4 8 4 4 16

Table 6-11 Type and number of the UA5000 network interfaces Interface Type FE electrical port Provided by... PVMB PVMD IPMB IPMD H601GP1A FE/GE optical port FE/GE optical prot FE optical port IPMBIPMB/H601IPMD IPMDH612IPMD H601GP1A Number per Board 2 1 6 2 1 2 4 2

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Interface Type TDM E1 port

Provided by... RSU8 RSU4 PVMB/PVMD EDTB H601GP1A

Number per Board 8 4 4 16 4 1 1 1 1

GPON uplink port EPON uplink port FE/GE auto-sensing electrical port

H601GP1A H601EP1A H601EP1A H601GP1A

The GE ports provided by the IPMB board include 1000Base-Sx, 1000Base-Lx and 1000Base-Zx.

Table 6-12 Type and number of the UA5000 service interfaces Interface Type POTS Provided by... ASL CSMB A32 (CC0HASL/CC0RASL/CC0NASL) CSRB/CSRI ISDN BRI ISDN PRI E1 V.24 2-wire VF 4-wire VF FXO ADSL ADSL2+ DSL EDTB EDTB (Multifunctional terminal adapter (MTA) connecting to the DSL board) VFB VFB CDI ADLB ADRB/ADRI/CSRB/CSRI ADMB/ADMC/CSMB VDSL2 TDM G.SHDSL VDMB SDLE 16 16 16 3 per MTA, that is, per DSL port 16 8 16 16 32 16 16 8 32 Number per Board 16

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Interface Type

Provided by... SDL (Full name: H521SDL)

Number per Board 4 16 16

ATM G.SHDSL G.SHDSL.bis

SDLB SHLB

6.3 Port Specifications


This topic describes the port specifications of the UA5000.

100Base-TX
Table 6-13 Technical specifications of the 100Base-TX port Parameter Transmission rate Interface type Transmission distance Interface mode Cable type Differential mode output voltage Duty ration extortion Output jitter Impedance return loss STP UTP Specification 10 Mbit/s and 100 Mbit/s compatible RJ-45 (TPI) 100 m Unshielded twisted pair (UTP)/Shielded twisted pair (STP) Category-5 twisted pair 11651285 mV 9501050 mV Less than 0.5 ns Less than 0.5 ns 230 MHz 3060 MHz 6080 MHz Common mode suppression Standards compliance > 16 dB > 1620 log (f/30) dB (f: frequency, in MHz) > 10 dB

The input end can sustain the sine common mode interference of 0125 MHz, 1.0 Vpp IEEE 802.3u

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100Base-FX
Table 6-14 Technical specifications of the 100Base-FX port Parameter Transmission rate Interface type Interface mode Transmission distance (km) Central wavelength (nm) Mean transmit power (dBm) Extinction ratio (dB) Receiver sensitivity (dBm) Receiver overload power (dBm) Standards compliance Specification 100 Mbit/s Lucent connector (LC) Multi-mode 2 1310 19 to 14 10 < 30 14 IEEE 802.3u Single mode 15 1310 15 to 8 8.2 < 31 8 Single mode 40 1310 5 to 0 8.2 < 36 8

1000Base-Sx
Table 6-15 Technical specifications of the 100Base-Sx port Parameter Transmission rate Interface type Interface mode Transmission distance (m) Mean transmit power (dBm) Central wavelength (nm) Extinction ratio (dB) Receiver sensitivity (dBm) Receiver overload power (dBm) Standards compliance Specification 1000 Mbit/s LC Multi-mode 500 9.5 to 4 850 9 < 17 0 IEEE 802.3z

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1000Base-Lx
Table 6-16 Technical specifications of the 100Base-Lx port Parameter Transmission rate Interface type Interface mode Transmission distance (km) Central wavelength (nm) Mean transmit power (dBm) Extinction ratio (dB) Receiver sensitivity (dBm) Receiver overload power (dBm) Standards compliance Specification 1000 Mbit/s LC Single mode 10 1310 11 to 3 8.2 < 19 3 IEEE 802.3z

1000Base-Zx
Table 6-17 Technical specifications of the 100Base-Zx port Parameter Transmission rate Interface type Interface mode Transmission distance (km) Operating wavelength (nm) Mean transmit power (dBm) Extinction ratio (dB) Receiver sensitivity (dBm) Receiver overload power (dBm) Standards compliance Specification 1000 Mbit/s LC Single mode 40 1550 5 to 0 9.0 < 21 3 IEEE 802.3z 80 1550 3 to +2 9.0 < 23 3

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ADSL/ADSL2+
Table 6-18 Technical specifications of the ADSL/ADSL2+ port Parameter Upstream Bandwidth Maximum transmission rate Downstre am Bandwidth Maximum transmission rate Specification ADSL 26138 kHz 896 kbit/s 138 kHz1.104 MHz 8160 kbit/s 5 km ADSL2+ 26138 kHz 1.2 Mbit/s 138 kHz2.208 MHz 24 Mbit/s 6 km

Maximum transmission distance Line code Standards compliance

Discrete multi-tone (DMT) ITU-T G.992.1 Annex A/B ITU-T G.992.2 Annex A/B ITU-T G.9920.3 Annex A/B ITU-T G.9920.4 Annex A/B ITU-T G.992.5 Annex A/B/L ANSI T1.413 Issue 2

G.SHDSL
Table 6-19 Technical specifications of the G.SHDSL port Parameter Transmission rate Step of rate adjustment Maximum transmission distance Line code Supported frame protocols Transmission mode Standards compliance Specification Over One Twisted Pair 1922312 kbit/s 64 kbit/s 36 km TC-PAM E1, PCM, ATM, ISDN G.991.2 Annex A, G.991.2 Annex B ITU-T G.991.2, ETSI TS.101 524 Over Two Twisted Pairs 3844608 kbit/s 128 kbit/s

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G.SHDSL.bis
Table 6-20 Technical specifications of the G.SHDSL.bis port Parameter Transmission rate Step of rate adjustment Maximum transmission distance Line code Supported frame protocols Transmission mode Standards compliance Specification Over one twisted pair 1925696 kbit/s 64 kbit/s 36 km TC-PAM ATM G.991.2 Annex A, G.991.2 Annex B ITU-T G.991.2, ETSI TS.101 524 Over two twisted pairs 384 kbit/s to 11 Mbit/s 128 kbit/s

VDSL2
Table 6-21 Technical specifications of the VDSL2 over POTS port Parameter Transmission rate Specification Upstream: 50 Mbit/s Downstream: 100 Mbit/s Maximum transmission distance Cable type Modulation Standards compliance 3500 m (U0 enable) Twisted pair Discrete multi-tone (DMT) ITU-T G.993.2

E1
Table 6-22 Technical specifications of the E1 port Parameter Transmission rate Bit rate tolerance Line code Standard impedance Transmission distance Specification 2048 kbit/s 50 ppm HDB3 75 ohm 1000 m

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Parameter Nominal pulse width Port protection capability

Specification 244 ns Complies with ITU-T K.20

V.35
Table 6-23 Technical specifications of the V.35 port Parameter Mechanical characteristic Electric characteristic Interface function Maximum data transmission rate Transmission rate in practice Transmission distance Standards compliance Clock and data signals Control signal Specification 34-pin connector Balanced interface circuit Unbalanced interface circuit Data, control, clock and grounding 10 Mbit/s N x 64 kbit/s (N: 1-32) 15 m ITU-T V.35, ITU-T V.24, ISO2593 (M34)

E&M
Table 6-24 Technical specifications of the E&M interface Parameter PCM coding 2-wire/4-wire VF interface Rx gain adjustment range Tx gain adjustment range E, M line current Specification A law (complies with ITU-T G.711) Complies with ITU-T G.712 20 dB to +1.5 dB, with the step of 0.5 dB 7 dB to +14 dB, with the step of 0.5 dB 640 mA

FXO
Table 6-25 Technical specifications of the FXO interface Parameter PCM coding Specification A law/u law (complies with ITU-T G.711)

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Parameter VF interface Rx gain adjustment range Tx gain adjustment range

Specification Complies with ITU-T G.712 22 dB to 3 dB, with the step of 0.5 dB 8.5 dB to +13 dB, with the step of 0.5 dB

GE Electrical Port
Table 6-26 Specifications of the GE electrical port Parameter Interface type Interface rate Maximum transmission distance Standards compliance Description RJ-45 1000 Mbit/s 100 m IEEE 802.3ab

GPON
Table 6-27 Specifications of the GPON port Parameter Transmission rate Description Receive: 1.25 Gbit/s Transmit: 2.5 Gbit/s Interface type Maximum transmission distance Standards compliance Central wavelength SC/PC 20 km ITUT G984.2 CLASS B+ Transmit: 1490 nm Receive: 1310 nm Transmit optical power Extinction ratio Maximum receive sensitivity Overload optical power 1.55.0 dBm 10 dB 28 dBm 8 dBm

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Table 6-28 Specifications of the EPON port Parameter Transmission rate Interface type Maximum transmission distance Central wavelength Description 1.25 Gbit/s SC/PC 20 km Transmit: 1490 nm Receive: 1310 nm Transmit optical power Maximum receive sensitivity Overload optical power 27 dBm 27 dBm 6 dBm

6.4 Service Features and Specifications


This topic describes the features and specifications of the UA5000.

Features and Specifications of the Broadband Services


Table 6-29 Features and specifications of the broadband services Category MAC address Feature Address learning Number of address entries Port attribute Specification IEEE 802.1D 16 k (16 x 1024) The maximum number of static MAC address entries is 512.
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Ethernet

Supports link aggregation and protection Supports port traffic suppression and mirroring Supports VLAN Trunk

VLAN

Number of VLANs in the system Supports 802.1P Supports port-based VLAN division Supports standard VLAN

4000 -

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Feature Supports smart VLAN

Specification
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One VLAN corresponds to up to 4 k virtual service ports The UA5000 supports 4000 smart VLANs. One VLAN corresponds to one virtual service port. The UA5000 supports 4000 MUX VLANs.

Supports MUX VLAN

Supports super VLAN Supports QinQ VLAN

The UA5000 supports 16 super VLANs. Supports adding of a public VLAN tag to a frame with a private VLAN tag so that the frame is transmitted transparently over a public network Supports adding of two VLAN tags for the frames without a VLAN tag Supports IGMP proxy, and IGMP V2, which is compatible with IGMP V1 Multicast bandwidth: 2 x GE. Supports separated or combined uplink of unicast streams and multicast streams

Supports stacking VLAN Multicast Multicast protocol Multicast interface

Multicast group Multicast authority profile Number of multicast groups that a subscriber can join Controlled multicast

1024 1024 8
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Multicast source control Subscriber authority management, including preview, authorized and unauthorized Supports CDR

STB authentication L3 feature L3 routing and forwarding Routing protocol User protocol conversion PVC to VLAN PPPoA to PPPoE IPoA to IPoE QoS Flow classification

Supports DHCP Option82 Static routing and dynamic routing protocols (including RIP v2 and OSPF) Supports flow classification based on the following parameters:
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Specification
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Source/Destination IP addresses Source/Destination port number Protocol type Ethernet type VLAN User-defined field

802.1p 802.3x flow control CAR

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CAR based on the subscriber PVC Separate CAR for upstream and the downstream traffics The granularity is 64 kbit/s. The minimum is 64 kbit/s and the maximum is 128 Mbit/s. 8 queue priorities Supports the PQ scheduling Supports the WRR scheduling Supports the WFQ scheduling

Queue scheduling

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Security

Subscriber L2 isolation IP address binding

L2 VLAN isolation Supports the binding of "IP + MAC + subscriber PVC". Each subscriber PVC can be bound with up to eight "IP + MAC".

MAC address number control MAC address entry query MAC address filtering Multicast group control Broadcast suppression

The number of MAC addresses for each subscriber: 1255 Locates the subscriber port efficiently through the MAC address Restricts the number of the multicast groups that each subscriber can join
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Supports suppression of broadcast packets, unknown unicast packets and unknown multicast packets Supports the suppression traffic adjustment by the traffic percentage

DHCP Option82

During the STB authentication, the subscriber port information can be included in the DHCP packet and sent to the DHCP server/BRAS. During the PPPoE authentication, the

PPPoE Relay Agent (PPPoE+)

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Feature

Specification service port information can be included in the PPPoE packet and sent to the BRAS.

Subscriber end loop detection ARP Proxy

Provides a switch for enabling or disabling the function Prohibits subscribers on the same L3 interface from communicating with each other Allows subscribers on the same L3 interface to communicate with each other through ARP proxy

Others

STP/RSTP Port aggregation Port mirroring

Complies with IEEE 802.1D and IEEE 802.1w Complies with IEEE 802.3ad Supports the mirroring of the FE port

Features and Specifications of the Narrowband Services


Table 6-30 Features and specifications of the narrowband services Category Protocol Feature Gateway control protocol Voice encoding/decoding V5 interface protocol Service PSTN service ISDN BRA service ISDN PRA service FoIP service MoIP service DDN service Hairpin connection Specification H.248, MGCP G.711 (A-law/-law), G.723.1, G.729 (A/B) V5.1, V5.2 Supports basic and supplementary PSTN services Supports basic and supplementary ISDN services Supports the fax service in two modes: VBD and T.38 Supports the modem service in the VBD mode In a hairpin connection, the internal calls in one UA5000 do not occupy DSP resources. The internal calls switch through the TDM directly. The DSP voice channel is saved.

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Feature Billing Message waiting indicator

Specification Supports 12 KC/16 KC billing and the reversal polarity billing Supports two modes: FSK mode or voltage ascending mode The following technologies are provided:
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TOS/DSCP label 801.1Q 802.1p Voice quality technology

VAD CNG Jitter buffer dynamic adjustment Echo cancellation (compliant with ITU-T G.165/G.168) Packet loss compensation DTMF detection/generation Tx/Rx gain control, which is optional Supports RTCP detection Supports VQM

l l l l l

Voice index

Quality index

The conditions for objective voice assessment are as follows:


l

When the network condition is good, the perceptual speech quality measure (PSQM) average is less than 1.5. When the network condition is normal, the PSQM is less than 1.8. (If the packet loss ratio is 1%, the jitter is 20 ms, and the time delay is 100 ms.) When the network condition is poor, the PSQM is less than 2.0. (If the packet loss ratio is 5%, the jitter is 60 ms, and the time delay is 400 ms.) When the network condition is good, the MOS is greater than 4.0. When the network condition is normal, the MOS is greater than 3.5. (If the packet loss ratio is 1%, the jitter is 20 ms, and the time delay is 100 ms.) When the network condition is poor, the MOS is greater than 3.0. (If the packet loss ratio is 5%, the jitter is 60 ms, and the time delay is 400 ms.)

Subjective voice assessment:


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Feature Delay index

Specification Coding/decoding delay:


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Delay <= 25 ms when jitter = 2 ms. Delay for forwarding packets with a length of less than 1516 bytes: < 0.5 ms. RTCP detection delay: 1s Anti-jitter delay: 80 ms Equipment jitter delay: < 10 ms

IP packet forward delay:


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Coding rate

G.729: 8 kbit/s G.723: 5.3 kbit/s, 6.3 kbit/s

Other features

VAG

Supports eight VAGs. The eight VAGs can share one IP address or have their independent IP addresses. < 60 ms A favorable network should have the following features:
l l

Coding switchover delay Call connection ratio

Call connection ratio > 99% One-hour call holding capability > 99%

Reliability

Dual homing Standalone

If the standalone is enabled, subscribers on a UA5000 can call each other when the connection between the UA5000 and the MGC is interrupted. The active/standby switchover does not interrupt services. The DSP resources in two PVM boards use the load-sharing mode. The uplink ports of two PVM boards operate in the 1+1 the active/standby mode. -

Active/standby PVM boards Load sharing of the DSP resource 1+1 backup for uplink ports Other protocols Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP) Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP)/RTCP

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Features and Specifications of RTU and Line Test


Table 6-31 Features and specifications of RTU and line test Category RTU management Feature ADSL embedded operations channel (EOC) management G.SHDSL RTU management Line test Narrowband line test Specification Supports management of the MT800 and MT880 Supports the POTS loop line and circuit test, test board self test, call emulation, telephone test, and external meter test. Supports ISDN loop line and circuit test, RTU test, and external meter test. Tests the voltage, resistance, capacitance, loop resistance, and reverse polarity resistance for the loop line through the TSSB board.

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6.5 Standards Compliance


This topic describes the standards that the UA5000 complies with.

International Standards and Recommendations


Table 6-32 International standards and recommendations Standard Code ANSI T1.413 issue issue 2 ATM FORUM: AS_VTOA-0078.00 0 ETSI TS.101 524 IEEE 802.1D IEEE 802.1p IEEE 802.1Q IEEE 802.1w Standard Name Asymmetrical Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) Metallic Interface Specification (issue 2) Circuit Emulation Services Version 2.0

Symmetric single pair high bitrate Digital Subscriber Line (SDSL) IEEE standard for local and metropolitan area networks--Common specifications--Media access control (MAC) Bridges Traffic class expediting and dynamic multicast filtering IEEE standard for local and metropolitan area networks: Virtual Bridged Local Area Networks Local and metropolitan area networks---Common specifications Part 3: Media Access Control (MAC) Bridges---Amendment 2---Rapid Reconfiguration Port Based Network Access Control IEEE standard for local and metropolitan area networks Specific requirements Part 2: Logical Link Control Part 3: Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Detection (CSMA/CD) Access Method and Physical Layer Specifications Frame Extensions for Virtual Bridged Local Area Network (VLAN) Tagging on 802.3 Networks (Clause 43) Aggregation of Multiple Link Segments Definition of Fast Ethernet (100BTX, 100BT4, 100BFX) Definition of Full Duplex operation in a switched (LAN flow control) Definition of Gigabit Ethernet (over Fibre) Digital network echo cancellers Digital hierarchy bit rates Physical/electrical characteristics of hierarchical digital interfaces

IEEE 802.1x IEEE 802.2 IEEE 802.3 IEEE 802.3ac IEEE 802.3ad IEEE 802.3u IEEE 802.3x IEEE 802.3z ITU-T G.168 ITU-T G.702 ITU-T G.703

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Standard Code ITU-T G.704 ITU-T G.706 ITU-T G.707 ITU-T G.711 ITU-T G.712 ITU-T G.723.1 ITU-T G.729 ITU-T G.781 ITU-T G.783 ITU-T G.785 ITU-T G.797 ITU-T G.803 ITU-T G.804 ITU-T G.811 ITU-T G.812 ITU-T G.813 ITU-T G.821

Standard Name Synchronous frame structures used at primary and secondary hierarchical levels Frame alignment and cyclic redundancy check (CRC) Procedures relating to basic frame structures defined in recommendation G.704 G.707 Network Node Interface for the Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (SDH) Pulse code modulation (PCM) of voice frequencies Transmission performance characteristics of pulse code modulation channels Dual rate speech coder for multimedia communications transmitting at 5.3 and 6.3 kbit/s C source code and test vectors for implementation verification of the G.729 8 kbit/s CS-ACELP speech coder Synchronization layer functions Characteristics of synchronous digital hierarchy (SDH) equipment functional blocks Characteristics of a flexible multiplexer in a synchronous digital hierarchy environment Characteristics of a flexible multiplexer in a plesiochronous digital hierarchy environment Architecture of transport networks based on the synchronous digital hierarchy (SDH) ATM cell mapping into plesiochronous digital hierarchy (PDH) Timing requirements at the outputs of primary reference clocks suitable for plesiochronous operation of international digital links Timing requirements of slave clocks suitable for use as node clocks in synchronization networks Timing characteristics of SDH equipment slave clocks (SEC) Error performance of an international digital connection operating at a bit rate below the primary rate and forming part of an integrated services digital network The control of jitter and wander within digital networks which are based on the 2048 kbit/s hierarchy The control of jitter and wander within digital networks which are based on the 1544 kbit/s hierarchy Error performance parameters and objectives for international constant bit rate digital paths at or above the primary rate

ITU-T G.823 ITU-T G.824 ITU-T G.826

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Standard Code ITU-T G.902

Standard Name Framework recommendation on functional access networks (AN): architecture and functions, access type, management and service node aspects Optical interfaces for equipments and systems relating to the synchronous digital hierarchy Digital line systems based on the synchronous digital hierarchy for use on optical fibre cables Access digital section for ISDN basic rate access Digital transmission system on metallic local lines for ISDN basic rate access Access digital section for ISDN primary rate at 2048 kbit/s V-interfaces at the digital local exchange (LE) V5.1-interface (based on 2048 kbit/s) for the support of access network (AN) V-interfaces at the digital local exchange (LE) V5.2-interface (based on 2048 kbit/s) for the support of access network (AN) Optical access networks to support services up to the ISDN primary rate or equivalent bit rates Single-pair high-speed digital subscriber line (SHDSL) transceivers Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) transceivers ITU standard for low-speed Asymmetrical Digital Subscriber Line without voice splitter Asymmetrical digital subscriber line (ADSL) transceivers 2 (ADSL2) Asymmetrical digital subscriber line (ADSL) transceivers extended bandwidth ADSL2 (ADSL2plus) Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) Transceiver Testing Procedure Physical layer management for Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) transceivers Gateway control protocol B-ISDN ATM layer specification B-ISDN ATM Adaptation Layer specification B-ISDN ATM Adaptation Layer Specification: Type 1 AAL B-ISDN ATM Adaptation Layer specification: Type 5 AAL Traffic control and congestion control in B-ISDN ISDN basic user-network interface layer 1 specification ISDN primary rate user-network interface layer 1 specification

ITU-T G.957 ITU-T G.958 ITU-T G.960 ITU-T G.961 ITU-T G.962 ITU-T G.964 ITU-T G.965 ITU-T G.982 ITU-T G.991.2 ITU-T G.992.1 ITU-T G.992.2 ITU-T G.992.3 ITU-T G.992.5 ITU-T G.996.1 ITU-T G.997.1 ITU-T H.248 ITU-T I.361 ITU-T I.363 ITU-T I.363.1 ITU-T I.363.5 ITU-T I.371 ITU-T I.430 ITU-T I.431

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Standard Code ITU-T I.432.2 ITU-T I.432.3 ITU-T I.610 ITU-T I.630 ITU-T M.3100 ITU-T Q.552 ITU-T Q.811 ITU-T Q.812 ITU-T Q.831 ITU-T Q.921 ITU-T Q.931 ITU-T T.30 ITU-T T.38 ITU-T V.24 ITU-T V.36 ITU-T V.90

Standard Name B-ISDN user-network interface-Physical layer specification: 155,520kbit/s and 622,080kbit/s operation B-ISDN user-network interface - Physical layer specification: 1544 kbit/s and 2048 kbit/s operation B-ISDN operation and maintenance principles and functions ATM protection switching Generic network information model Transmission characteristics at 2-wire analogue interfaces of digital exchanges Lower layer protocol profiles for the Q3 and X interfaces Upper layer protocol profiles for the Q3 and X interfaces Fault and performance management of V5 interface environments and associated customer profiles ISDN user-network interface Data link layer specification ISDN user-network interface layer 3 specification for basic call control Procedures for document facsimile transmission in the general switched telephone network Procedures for real-time Group 3 facsimile communication over IP networks List of definitions for interchange circuits between data terminal equipment (DTE) and data circuit-terminating equipment (DCE) Modem using the 60-108 kHz frequency band for synchronous data transmission A digital modem and analogue modem pair for use on the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) at data signaling rates of up to 56000 bit/s downstream and up to 33600 bit/s upstream Transport of IP over ATM in public networks User Datagram protocol The TFTP Protocol (Revision 2) Internet protocol Internet Control Message Protocol Transmission Control Protocol An Ethernet Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) Telnet protocol

ITU-T Y.1310 RFC 0768 RFC 0783 RFC 0791 RFC 0792 RFC 0793 RFC 0826 RFC 0854

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Standard Code RFC 0894 RFC 1112 RFC 1155 RFC 1157 RFC 1213 RFC 1483 RFC 1493 RFC 1542 RFC 1643 RFC 1661 RFC 1723 RFC 1757 RFC 1907 RFC 2131 RFC 2198 RFC 2225 RFC 2236 RFC 2328 RFC 2364 RFC 2515 RFC 2516 RFC 2613 RFC 2652 RFC 2662 RFC 2784 RFC 2819

Standard Name A standard for the transmission of IP datagrams over Ethernet networks Host extensions for IP multicasting Structure and Identification of Management Information for TCP/IP-based Internets, Network Working Group, May 1990 Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Management Information Base for Network Management of TCP/IP-based internets: MIB-II 2.Draft Standards Multiprotocol Encapsulation over ATM Adaptation Layer 5 Bridge MIB Clarifications and Extensions for the Bootstrap Protocol (DHCP-Relay) Definitions of Managed Objects for the Ethernet-like Interface Types Point to Point Protocol (PPP) RIP Version 2 (RIP2) Remote Network Monitoring Management Information Base Management Information Base for Version 2 of the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMPv2) Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol RTP Payload for Redundant Audio Data Classical IP and ARP Over ATM (IPoA) Internet Group Management Protocol Version 2 (IGMP V2) OSPF Version 2, Network Working Group, April 1998 PPP Over AAL5 (PPPoA) Definitions of Managed Objects for ATM Management A Method for Transmitting PPP Over Ethernet (PPPoE) Remote Network Monitoring MIB Extensions for Switched Networks Ethernet Interface MIB Definitions of Managed Objects for the ADSL Lines Generic Routing Encapsulation (GRE) Remote Network Monitoring

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Standard Code RFC 2833 RFC 2960 RFC 3015 RFC 3046 RFC 3057 RFC 3389 RFC3435 RFC 3440 RFC 3525 RFC 3550 RFC 3551 RFC 4040

Standard Name RTP Payload for DTMF Digits, Telephony Tones and Telephony Signals Stream Control Transmission Protocol Megaco Protocol Version 1.0 DHCP Replay Agent Information Option ISDN Q.921-User Adaptation Layer (IUA) Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP) Payload for Comfort Noise (CN) Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP) version 1.0 Definitions of Extension Managed Objects for Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Lines Gateway Control Protocol Version 1 RTP: A Transport Protocol for Real-Time Applications RTP Profile for Audio and Video Conferences with Minimal Control RTP payload format for a 64 kbit/s transparent call.

EMC Standard
Table 6-33 International standards and recommendations on the EMC Standard Name EN55022 EN55024 CISPR22 CISPR24 ETSI EN 300 386 Standard Description Information technology equipment-Radio disturbance characteristics-Limits and methods of measurement Information technology equipment-Immunity characteristics-Limits and methods of measurement Information technology equipment-Radio disturbance characteristics-Limits and methods of measurement Information technology equipment-immunity characteristics-Limits and methods of measurement Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio Spectrum Matters (ERM); Telecommunication network equipment; ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC) requirements Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) Section 4.2 Electrostatic discharge immunity test- Basic EMC Publication Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) Part4: Testing and measurement techniques Section 6: immunity to conducted

EN61000-4-2 EN61000-4-6

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Standard Name

Standard Description disturbance, induced by radio-frequency fields

EN61000-4-5 IEC61000-4-2 IEC61000-4-5 IEC61000-4-6

Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)- Part4-5: Testing and measurement techniques-Surge immunity test Electromagnetic compatibility-Part4-2: Testing and measurement techniques-Electrostatic discharge immunity test Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)-Part 4-5: Testing and measurement techniques-Surge immunity test Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)-Part 4-6: Testing and measurement techniques-Immunity to conducted disturbances, induced by radio-frequency fields Elecromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM); Additional ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC) telecommunications equipment for enhanced availability of service in specific applications Power supply interface at the input to telecommunications equipment; Part 2: Operated by direct current (dc)

ETSI EN201 468

ETSI EN 300 132-2

Grounding Standard
Table 6-34 International standards and recommendations on the grounding Standard Name ITU-T K.20 ITU-T K.44 Standard Description Resistibility of telecommunication equipment installed in a telecommunications centre to overvoltages and overcurrents SERIES K: PROTECTION AGAINST INTERFERENCE Resistibility test for telecommunication equipment exposed to overvoltages and overcurrents - Basic recommendation SERIES K: PROTECTION AGAINST INTERFERENCE Resistibility of access network equipment to overvoltages and overcurrents

ITU-T K.45

Safety Standard
Table 6-35 International standards and recommendations on the safety Standard Name IEC60950-1: 2005 IEC 60529 Standard Description Information Technology Equipment safety Part 1: General Requirements Classification of degrees of protection provided by enclosures

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Standard Name UL60950-1:2007 EN60950-1 EN41003

Standard Description Information Technology Equipment safety Part 1: General Requirements Information Technology Equipment safety Part 1: General Requirements Safety of Information technology equipment

Environment Standard
Table 6-36 International standards and recommendations on the environment Standard Name IEC 60529 ETS 300 019-1-3 Standard Description Degrees of protection provided by enclosures (IP Code) Environment Engineering (EE); Environment conditions and environment tests for telecommunications equipment; Part 1-3: Classification of environment conditions; Stationary use at weather-protected locations Environment Engineering (EE); Environment conditions and environment tests for telecommunications equipment; Part 1-2: Classification of environment conditions; Transportation Classification of environment conditions Part3: Classification of groups of environment parameters and their severities-Section 3: Stationary use at weather-protected locations Network Equipment-Building System Requirements: Physical Protection

ETS 300 019-1-2

IEC 60721-3-3

GR-63-CORE

GPON Standard
Table 6-37 International standards and recommendations on GPON Standard Name ITU-T G.984.1 ITU-T G.984.2 ITU-T G.984.3 ITU-T G.984.4 Standard Description Gigabit-capable Passive Optical Networks (GPON): General Characteristics Gigabit-capable Passive Optical Networks (GPON): Physical Media Dependent (PMD) Layer Specification Gigabit-capable Passive Optical Networks (GPON): Transmission Convergence Layer Specification Gigabit-capable Passive Optical Networks(GPON): ONU Management and Control Interface Specification

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EPON Standard
Table 6-38 International standard and recommendation on EPON Standard Name IEEE 802.3ah Standard Description The mechanism and control protocols required in order to reconcile the P2MP topology into the Ethernet framework-EPON

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Technical Specifications of the Z and U Interfaces


This topic describes the technical specifications of the Z and U interfaces of the UA5000. A.1 Technical Specifications of the Z Interface This topic describes the technical specifications of the Z interface. A.2 Technical Specifications of the U Interface This topic describes the technical specifications of the U interface based on the 2B1Q encoding mode.

A.1 Technical Specifications of the Z Interface


This topic describes the technical specifications of the Z interface. The 2-wire analog Z interface of the analog subscriber board is the interface for connecting the analog subscriber line. The technical specifications of the UA5000 Z interface include the specifications for impedance characteristics, specifications for transmission and other specifications. A.1.1 Impedance Characteristics

This topic describes the impedance characteristics of the Z interface. A.1.2 Transmission Characteristics This topic describes the transmission characteristics of the Z interface. A.1.3 Other Specifications This topic describes other specifications of the Z interface.

A.1.1 Impedance Characteristics


This topic describes the impedance characteristics of the Z interface. The impedance characteristics of the Z interface are expressed in return loss (RL). The following list provides the technical specifications for the impedance characteristics of the Z interface:
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Relative level at interface point Unbalanced impedance to ground Terminal balance RL

Impedance RL
Figure A-1 shows the networking for the impedance test. Figure A-1 Networking for the Z interface impedance test
680 ohms or 560 ohms 200 ohms

0.1 u

The RL of the Z interface should meet the specifications shown in Figure A-2. Figure A-2 Minimum RL for the impedance test

dB Return loss 18 14

300

500 Frequency

2000

3400 Hz

Relative Level at Interface Point


The input relative level at the interface point is Li = 0 dBr. The output relative level at the interface point (Lo): Local call Lo = 3.5 dBr. Long distance call: Lo = 7 dBr. Permitted deviation of relative level: 0.3 dB to +0.7 dB (relative level at input end) +0.3 dB to 0.7 dB (relative level at output end)

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Unbalanced Impedance to Ground


The unbalanced impedance to ground reflects the unbalance of the impedance to the ground of the 2-wire ports individually. The longitudinal conversion loss (LCL) generated at the analog 2-wire interface point due to the unbalance to the ground should meet the specifications shown in Figure A-3. Figure A-3 Technical specifications for unbalanced impedance to ground
Longitudinal conversion loss dB 46 40 30 20 10 0 300 600 Frequency 3400 Hz

Terminal Balance RL
The terminal balance RL is the back wave generated due to the unbalanced terminal network. The terminal balance return loss of the Z interface impedance should meet the specifications shown in Figure A-4. Figure A-4 Technical specifications for terminal balance RL

Terminal balance return loss

dB 20 16

300

500

Frequency

2500 3400 Hz

At the same time, under the terminal conditions (including short circuit, open circuit, and sensibility terminal load) that may occur when the 2-wire interface works normally, the terminal balance return loss of the Z interface in the frequency range of 200 Hz to 3600 Hz should be larger than 2 dB.

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A.1.2 Transmission Characteristics


This topic describes the transmission characteristics of the Z interface. The transmission specifications of the Z interface in the case of semi-connection are described in the following sections.

Interface Relative Level


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The interface relative level is the level loss from the input port to the output port.
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The relative level of the input connection (A-D) is generally 0 dB. The local relative level of output connection (D-A) is 3.5 dB, and the long distance level is 7 dB. Permitted deviation of relative level: 0.3 dB to +0.7 dB (relative level at input end) +0.3 dB to 0.7 dB (relative level at output end)

Loss Frequency Distortion


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Definition

The attenuation deviation of sinusoid signals at different frequencies in the channel in relation to the reference frequency 1020 Hz and the input power level 10 dBm0 is defined as frequency loss distortion.
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Specifications

The loss frequency distortion of the Z interface should meet the specifications shown in Figure A-5 and Figure A-6.

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Figure A-5 Loss frequency distortion specifications of 2-wire analog connection (input connection)
dB 1.7 1.5 Loss 1.0 0.75 0.7 0.45 0.35 0 -0.3 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.6 1.0 Frequency a Input connection 2.0 2.4 3.0 3.4 kHz

Figure A-6 Loss frequency distortion specifications of 2-wire analog connection (output connection)
dB 1.7 1.5

Loss

1.0 0.75 0.7 0.45 0.35 0 -0.3 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.6 1.0 Frequency b Output connection 2.0 2.4 3.0 3.4 kHz

Variation of Gain with Input Level


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The gain deviation of different level sinusoid signals at 1020 Hz frequency in the channel related to 10 dBm0 gain is defined as the variation of gain with input level.
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Specifications

The technical specifications should meet the specifications shown in Figure A-7. Figure A-7 Specifications of variation of gain with level
dB 1.6 Gain variation

0.6 0.3 0 -0.3 -0.6 -55 -50 -40

-10

+3 dBm0 Input level

-1.6

Group Delay and Group-Delay Distortion


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Absolute group delay

In the frequency range from 500 Hz to 2800 Hz, the minimum group delay is the absolute group delay. The average of the absolute group delay of the input (or output) semi-connection of the Z interface 2-wire analog should not exceed 1500 ms, and 95% of them do not exceed 1950 ms.
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Group delay distortion

Group delay distortion is the variation of group delay with the frequency. With the lowest group delay as a reference, the group delay distortion of the input or output connection in the range from 500 Hz to 2800 Hz should meet the specifications shown in Figure A-8.

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Figure A-8 Group delay distortion limit value with frequency


us Group delay distortion 900 750

450

150 0 500 600 1000 Frequency 2600 2800 Hz

Discrimination of Outband Signal at Input End


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Any sinusoid signal at the frequency higher than 4.6 kHz and with a proper level (25 dBm0) is added to the input end of the channel as the minimum specification. The level of any mirror frequency generated at the output end of the channel should be 25 dB lower than the test signal level. This item tests the suppression state of outband input signal.
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Specifications

When any sinusoid signal at the frequency higher than 4.6 kHz and with a level of 25 dBm0 is added to the input end, the signal level of any mirror frequencies generated at the output end of the channel should be at least 25 dB lower than the input signal level.

Weighted Noise
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Definition

Weighted noise is the weighted noise level of the channel measured at the output end when the input end connects to nominal impedance when there is no input signal. This specification reflects the noise when the audio channel is not occupied, that is, no service is running.
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Specifications

Coding side: required to be less than 67 dBm0p. Decoding side: required to be less than 70 dBm0p.

Total Distortion
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Total distortion is measured in signal noise ratio. Generally, it means measuring the noise when useful signals are sent. Main components of the total distortion are quantization distortion, which is the signal distortion generated during signal quantization process. Therefore, the total distortion reflects the quality of the encoder/decoder of the pulse code modulation (PCM) equipment.

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Table A-1 Total distortion specifications Sending Level dBm0 0 -10 -20 -30 -40 -45 Input Connection Li-0 35 35 35 32.9 24.9 19.9 Output Connection L0 to 3.5 35 35 34.4 30.6 21.7 16.7 L0 to 7.0 35 35 33.8 28.8 19.5 14.5

Crosstalk
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Definition

Crosstalk refers to the harmful transmission from one channel to another channel. The channel originating signals is called main crossing channel, the interfered channel is called crossed channel. The crosstalk specification reflects the mutual interference between different channels.
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Specifications

Input connection: The local end crosstalk does not exceed 73 dBm0, and the remote end crosstalk does not exceed 70 dBm0. Output connection: The local end crosstalk does not exceed 70 dBm0, and the remote end crosstalk does not exceed 73 dBm0.
The preceding technical specifications are the specifications for the Z interface semi-connection. For the equipment that cannot receive and transmit signals through the digital port, the A-A technical specifications can be combined according to the A-D and D-A technical specifications.

A.1.3 Other Specifications


This topic describes other specifications of the Z interface.
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Loop resistance and feed current: It supports 2000 ohms loop resistance and constant current feed of 20 mA. It also supports feed current of 47 mA, 35 mA, 16 mA, and so on. Ringing current: 25 Hz 3 Hz sinusoid wave, harmonic distortion 10%, output voltage value 75 V 15 V. It supports a 5-second discontinuous ringing signal of 1-second transmitting and 4-second disconnecting. It also supports multiple other special ringing modes. Signal tone: Dialing tone 450 Hz and continuous signal tone; busy tone, 450 Hz, 0.7-second discontinuous signal tone with 0.35-second transmitting and 0.35-second disconnecting; ring-back tone, 450 Hz, 5-second discontinuous signal tone with 1-second transmitting and 4-second disconnecting.

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Supports reversed charging pulse and 16 KC/12 KC charging pulse. The AC impedance is adjustable. It supports seven types of interface impedance, such as 200 ohms + 680 ohms //100 nF, 200 ohms + 560 ohms //100 nF, 600 ohms, 150 ohms + 510 ohms // 47 nF, 220 ohms + 820 ohms //115 nF, 220 ohms + 820 ohms // 120 nF, and 900 ohms. The board receiving gain can be set to 3.5 dB or 7 dB. The ASL board sending gain can be set to 3 dB, 0 dB or 3 dB, and the board receiving gain can be set to 0 dB, 3.5 dB, 7 dB, 8.5 dB, or 12 dB.

A.2 Technical Specifications of the U Interface


This topic describes the technical specifications of the U interface based on the 2B1Q encoding mode. A.2.1 Overview This topic provides the definition of the U interface. A.2.2 Basic Features of the U Interface This topic describes the basic features of the U interface. A.2.3 Specifications and Program of the U Interface

This topic describes the specifications and program of the U interface. A.2.4 Activation and Deactivation of the U Interface This topic describes how to activate and deactivate the U interface. A.2.5 Electrical Features of the U Interface This topic describes the electrical features of the U interface.

A.2.1 Overview
This topic provides the definition of the U interface. U interface (also known as 2 binary 1 quaternary, which is 2B1Q) is the interface of network termination 1 (NT1) and line termination (LT) in the ISDN reference model. In terms of code pattern, because subscriber line features are different in different countries, their line code patterns also vary. For instance, North America and China use 2B1Q code, Japan and Italy adopt AMI, and UK adopts 3B2T code. ITU-T does not provide recommended uniform transmission mode and line code pattern for the 2B+D U interface. The following description is only applicable to the 2B1Q code pattern.

A.2.2 Basic Features of the U Interface


This topic describes the basic features of the U interface.
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Line code

Line code is 2B1Q (2-bit binary code is expressed with 1-bit quaternary code). This is a 4-level non-redundancy code.
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Line baud rate: 80 kbit/s Clock tolerance

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The tolerance of free-run NT1 clock is 100 ppm. The tolerance of LT clock is 5 ppm.
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Frame structure

A primary frame should be the 120 quaternary signals transmitted with nominal 1.5 ms interval. A primary frame includes frame bit, 2B+D data bit, and connection line (CL) channel bit. Eight primary frames (12 ms in total) form a multi-frame.

A.2.3 Specifications and Program of the U Interface


This topic describes the specifications and program of the U interface. The following sections provide the bit allocation and function of multi-frame based on G.961 specification.

Monitoring Function of CRC Bit Error


Bits M5 and M6 of the 3rd frame and 8th frame of each multi-frame comprise the CRC, which are inserted into the bit flow through the transmitter. In the receiver, the CRC bit calculated from the same bits should be compared with the received CRC. If they are different, it indicates that there is a minimum of one bit error in the multi-frame.

EOC Frame Function


In each multi-frame, the EOC in DS1 rate interface consists of 24 bits. It implements the communication between the network and NT1. The following basic functions are required for the EOC:
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Operation of 2B+D loopback: This function commands NT1 to perform a loop back on the subscriber data bit stream toward the network. Operation of B1 (or B2) channel loopback: This function requires NT1 to setup single B channel loopback toward the network. Single B channel loopback can provide maintenance on this channel and the subscriber services are not blocked completely. Recovery to normal: This message is used to release all the uncompleted EOC controlled operation, and reset the EOC message processor to its initial state. Unfollowable acknowledgement: This message acknowledges that NT1 has received an EOC message, but it is not in the menu of NT1. Request degraded CRC notification: This message requests to send degraded CRC toward the network. Degraded CRC notification: This message informs NT1 that the intentionally degraded CRC will be sent from the network till there is a "Recovery to normal" message. Hold state

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A.2.4 Activation and Deactivation of the U Interface


This topic describes how to activate and deactivate the U interface.

Activation
ITU-T Recommendation G.961 defines the signals generated by transceiver during startup. These signals are used in two start modes: cold start and hot start. When NT1 and LT are in the resetting state, the activation is allowed either from the subscriber equipment or from the

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network. The initiator sends a single tone in compliance with ITU-T Recommendation G.961 and starts the activation process. In the cold start mode, LT and NT1 should complete the synchronization within 15 seconds, with 5 seconds for NT1 and 10 seconds for LT. In the hot start mode, they should complete the synchronization within 300 ms.

Deactivation
When one of the following situations occurs, the transceiver is allowed to enter the reset state.
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The system cannot be started within 15 seconds (hot or cold start). The received signal is lost for more than 480 ms. Synchronization is lost for more than 480 ms.

A.2.5 Electrical Features of the U Interface


This topic describes the electrical features of the U interface.

Output Pulse
The nominal peak value of output pulse is 2.5 V. The pulse shape should be as shown in Figure A-9 and four-quaternary-characters pulse sample should be obtained from the nominal sample as shown in Figure A-9 multiplied by 2.5 V, 0.83 V, 0.83 V or 2.5 V. The nominal average power is 13.5 dBm when the signals are composed of synchronous framing bits, which are of same probability at other position. Figure A-9 shows the U interface pulse template.

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Figure A-9 Pulse template of U interface


+3 A -0.4T 0 . 4 T B = 1.05 C = 1.00 D = 0.95 B C D E F G H 0.01 1.05 1.00 0.95 0.03 -0.01 -0.12 -0.05 0.025 V 2.625 V 2.5 V 2.375 V 0.075 V +1 0.0833 V 0.8750 V 5/6 V 0.025 V -1 -0.0833 V -0.8750 V -5/6 V -0.025 V -3 -0.025 V -2.625 V -2.5 V -0.075 V 0.025 V

0.79127 V -0.79127 V -2.375 V

-0.025 V -0.00833 V 0.00833 V

-0.1 V -0.3 V 0.1 V 0.3 V -0.125 V -0.04167 V -0.04167 V 0.125 V

T = 12.5 ms

A = 0.01

E = 0.03

A = 0.01

-0.75 T F = -0.01 -0.5 T

T 14T H = -0.05 50 T F = -0.01

G = -0.12 0.5 T

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Power Spectrum Density


The power spectrum of the transmitted signal is measured in the bandwidth of 1 kHz noise power, whose density upper limit should be as shown in Figure A-10. The bandwidth of 1 kHz noise power should be selected to determine whether the measurement is qualified.

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Figure A-10 Upper limit of the power spectrum density of the transmitted signal
20 Power spectral density (dBm/Hz) 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 1 2 5 10 20 50 100 200 500 1000 T1814390-98/d34 50 dB/decade

Frequency (kHz)

Total Transmission Power


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Definition

It is the average power of signals composed of framing character sequence that has frame code character and is of equal probability in all other positions.
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Specifications

The average power of signals formed by framing character sequence that has frame code characters and is of equal probability characters in all other positions should be between 13.0 dB and 14.0 dB in the range of 0 Hz to 30 kHz.
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Applicable range

All ISDN-BRI interfaces

Impedance and RL
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Impedance

The impedance at the nominal driving point of the interface toward NT1 should be 135 ohms.
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RL

RL relative to 135 ohms in the band of 1 kHz to 200 kHz is shown in Figure A-11.

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Figure A-11 Return loss relative to 1200 kHz frequency band


30

20

20 dB

Return loss (dB)

10

0 dB

10 1 5 10

25 kHz 50 100

250 kHz 500 1000

Frequency (kHz)

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LCL
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LCL = 20Log (el/em) dB


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el: applied longitudinal voltage (relative to the safety ground) em: metallic voltage generated by the 135 terminal (NT1 should be powered, but should not be activated during the test)

Specifications

Table A-2 LCL technical specifications Frequency Range F < 5 Hz 5 Hz < F < 281.2 Hz 281.5 Hz < F < 40000 Hz LCL Index LCL > 20 dB LCL: +20 dB/deca-octave LCL > 55 dB

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Frequency Range 40000 Hz < F

LCL Index LCL: 20 dB/deca-octave

Applicable range

All ISDN-BRI interfaces

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A ACELP ADM ADPCM ADSL AEC AF AG AN ANSI ARP ASL ATM

Acronyms and Abbreviations

algebraic code excitation linear prediction add/drop multiplexer adaptive differential pulse code modulation asymmetric digital subscriber line acoustic echo canceller assured forwarding access gateway access network American National Standard Institute Address Resolution Protocol analog subscriber line asynchronous transfer mode

B BE BFD BHCA BRAS BRI best-effort bidirectional forwarding detection busy hour call attempt broadband remote access server basic rate interface

C CAPS CBR call attempts per second constant bit rate

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CELP CES CFI CHAP CID CLIP CMM CPE CS-ACELP CSCP

code-excited linear prediction circuit emulation service canonical format indicator Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol caller identification display calling line identification presentation capability maturity model customer premises equipment conjugate structure algebraic code-excited linear prediction class selector code point

D DDI DDN DEL DHCP DMT DS DSCP DSL DSP DTE DTMF DVC direct-dialing-in digital data network direct exchange line Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol discrete multi-tone differentiated services DS code point digital subscriber line digital signal processor data terminal equipment dual tone multi-frequency data and voice conflux

E EC EF ETSI electrical echo canceller expedited forwarding European Telecommunications Standards Institute

F FDDI FE fiber distributed digital interface fast Ethernet

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FoIP FR FSK FTTB FTTC FXO FXS

fax over IP frequency response frequency shift keying fiber to the building fiber to the curb foreign exchange office foreign exchange subscriber

G GE gigabit Ethernet

H HDLC IGMP HW high-speed data link control Internet Group Management Protocol high way

I IEEE IGMP IP IPoA ISDN ITU-T Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Internet Group Management Protocol Internet Protocol IP over ATM integrated services digital network International Telecommunication Standardization Sector Union Telecommunication

L LACP LAN LE LPC Link Aggregation Control Protocol local area network local exchange linear predictive coding

M MAC media access control

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MADM MAN MGC MGCP MIB MML MoIP MOS MP-MLQ MRS MSN MSP MTA MTBF MTTR

multiple add/drop multiplexer metropolitan area network media gateway controller Media Gateway Control Protocol management information base man-machine language modem over IP mean option score multi- pulse maximum likelihood quantization media resource server multiple-subscriber number multiplex section protection multifunctional terminal adapter mean time between failures mean time to repair

N NGN N-ISDN nrt-VBR NTP next generation network narrow-band integrated services digital network non-real time variable bit rate Network Time Protocol

O OAM OLT ONU OSPF OSS operations administration and maintenance optical line terminal optical network unit open shortest path first operating support system

P PBX PCM PDH private branch exchange pulse-code modulation Plesiochronous digital hierarchy

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PDU PESQ PESQ_LQ PHB PITP PON POTS PPP PPPoA PPPoE PQ PRI PSQM PSTN RSTP PVC PVP

power distribution unit perceptual evaluation of speech quality PESQ listening quality per-hop behavior Policy Information Transfer Protocol passive optical network plain old telephone service Point-to-Point Protocol PPP over AAL5 PPP over Ethernet priority queuing primary rate interface perceptual speech quality measure public switched telephone network Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol permanent virtual connection permanent virtual path

Q QAM QoS quadrature amplitude modulation quality of service

R RADIUS RIP RFC RR RbSTP RSVP RTCP RTP remote authentication dial in user service Routing Information Protocol requirement for comments receiver report Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol Resource Reservation Protocol Real-time Transport Control Protocol Real-time Transport Protocol

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S SDES SDH SHDSL SMS SNCP SNMP SNTP SR STB STP source description synchronous digital hierarchy single-pair high-bit-rate digital subscriber link service management system sub-network connection protection Simple Network Management Protocol Simple Network Time Protocol sender report set top box Spanning Tree Protocol

T TCP TDM TFTP TID TL1 TM ToS TPID Transport Control Protocol time division multiplexing Trivial File Transfer Protocol termination ID transaction language 1 terminal multiplexer type of service tag protocol identifier

U UDT UNI unstructured data transfer user network interface

V VDN VDSL VLAN VoIP VP VQM video distribution network very high speed DSL virtual local area network voice over IP virtual path voice quality monitor

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W WRR weighted round robin

X xDSL x digital subscriber line

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Index
2
2-wire analog Z interface, A-1 foreign exchange subscriber, 4-9

G
group delay, A-6 group delay distortion, A-6

A
AG basic feature, 3-2 voice quality assurance method, 3-3 automatic dialing test function, 3-2

H
HABA shelf introduction, 2-5 layout, 2-6 HABC shelf introduction, 2-7 layout, 2-7 HABD shelf introduction, 2-8 layout, 2-8 HABF shelf layout, 2-9 HABL shelf introduction, 2-10 layout, 2-10 HIB shelf introduction, 2-7 layout, 2-7

B
benefit and feature, 1-4 BMS running environment, 5-4 BMS networking diagram inband mode, 5-8 outband mode, 5-10 board list broadband feature, 2-14 combo feature, 2-13 narrowband feature, 2-12

C
CLI application scenario, 5-3

I
integrated access service QoS assurance method, 4-13 UA5000, 4-12 integrated AG function, 3-3 implementing mechanism, 3-4

E
environment monitoring port, 1-7

F
feature list AG, 3-2 IPTV feature, 3-6 L2 protocol, 3-7 L3 protocol, 3-7 management feature, 5-2 QoS feature, 3-6 security management, 3-7 U interface, A-9

L
LCL definition, A-14 technical specification, A-14

M
maintenance port, 1-5

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management method BMS, 5-4 multi-service access platform implementing mechanism, 1-7 interface list, 1-7 service list, 1-7

N
NE manager configuration function, 5-6 network interface FE electrical port, 1-5 FE optical port, 1-5 GE electrical port, 1-5 GE optical port, 1-5

service port ADSL2+ port, 1-5 SHDSL port, 1-5 SHDSL.bis port, 1-5 VDSL2 port, 1-5 SHDSL subtending, 4-8 standard compliance certified security, 1-11 product standard, 6-23 system security, 1-6

T
triple play data service, 4-5 networking application, 4-4 video service, 4-5 voice service, 4-5

P
port type, 1-5 private branch exchange, 4-9 PSTN service, through V5 interface, 1-9

U
U interface activation, A-10 CRC bit error monitoring function, A-10 deactivation, A-11 definition, A-9 electrical feature LCL technical specification, A-14 measuring power spectrum density, A-12 output pulse, A-11 EOC frame function, A-10 UA5000 dimension cabinet, 6-2 shelf, 6-2 HABA shelf, 2-5 high density subscriber line access, 1-8 logical structure module function, 2-16 module list, 2-16 MAC address management, 3-6 maintainability, 3-6 power consumption, board, 6-4 power supply parameter, 6-3 reliability, 3-6 routing management, 3-7 Running environment, cabinet, 6-3 security management, 3-7 SHDSL subtending, 4-8 system reliability, 6-4 weight, 6-3 unbalanced impedance to ground, A-3

Q
QinQ networking application, 4-2

R
R2 packet application diagram, 4-10 mechanism, 4-10 reliability redundant design, 1-10 RFC2833 encryption application background, 4-10 mechanism, 4-11 running environment managing through CLI, 5-2

S
security, 1-6 system, 1-6 security measure system security, 1-6 user security, 1-6 service capability IPM board, 1-9 PVM board, 1-9 supporting technology, 1-9 service list broadboard service, 1-9 NGN service, 1-9 PSTN service, 1-9

V
virtual access gateway, 3-2

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VLAN QinQ VLAN, 3-5 smart VLAN, 3-5 stacking VLAN, 3-5 super VLAN, 3-5 VLAN stacking networking description, 4-4 networking application, 4-3

Z
Z interface characteristic list, A-1 networking for impedance test, A-2 specification for terminal balance RL, A-3 specification for unbalanced impedance, A-3

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