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Overview

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Introduction

 

1-1

Physical Description of the AR 19-0X_1X Series Routers

1-1

Hardware Specifications

1-1

AR

19-03

Router

1-3

AR

19-05

Router

1-4

AR

19-10

Router

1-6

AR

19-13

Router

1-8

AR

19-15

Router

1-10

Generic

Modules

1-12

SICs and DSICs

 

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Introduction

The AR 19-0X_1X series routers are multifunctional access routers which are oriented to small and

medium business (SMB), enterprise branches, and home offices, and are designed to serve

high-quality orderwire and commercial networks. High-quality orderwire and commercial networks

need to satisfy the requirements for broadband access, wireless access, voice access, VPN, and QoS.

In addition, the network devices require high performance, stability, security, and manageability. AR

19-1X series routers are cost effective. They provide different integrated communication interfaces for

different communication links and also provide an SIC/DSIC slot for expansion.

The AR 19-1X series routers include AR 19-03, AR 19-05, AR 19-10, AR 19-13, and AR 19-15. All of

them can be placed on a tabletop, or installed on a wall or in 19-inch standard cabinet. The following

sections will give you more details about these four models.

Physical Description of the AR 19-0X_1X Series Routers

Hardware Specifications

Table 1-1 Hardware specifications of the AR 19-1X series routers

 

Item

AR 19-03

AR 19-05

AR 19-10

AR 19-13

AR 19-15

 

Console/AUX

1

1

1

1

1

USB

1

1

1

1

1

Layer 3

         

Ethernet

1

1

1

1

1

interface

Layer 2

         

Fixed

Ethernet

4

4

4

4

4

Interfaces

interface

ADSL

0

1

0

0

1

G.SHDSL.BIS

1

0

0

1

0

SA

0

0

0

0

0

ISDN BRI S/T

0

0

0

1

1

E1/T1

0

0

0

0

0

External

SIC/DSIC slot

0

0

1

1

1

 

WLAN fixed

         

Internal

module

1

1

1 (Optional)

1 (Optional)

1 (Optional)

VPM slot

0

0

0

1

1

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AR 19-03

AR 19-05

AR 19-10

AR 19-13

AR 19-15

 

PowerPC

PowerPC

PowerPC

PowerPC

PowerPC

Processor

333 MHz

333 MHz

333 MHz

333 MHz

333 MHz

Boot ROM

MB (in the Flash)

1

1 MB (in the Flash)

1 M in the flash memory

1 M in the flash memory

1 M in the flash memory

 

DDR: 256

DDR: 256

DDR 256

DDR 256

DDR 256

Memory

MB

MB

MB

MB

MB

Flash

32

MB

32 MB

32 MB

32 MB

32 MB

Physical dimensions (H × W × D) (excluding feet and mounting brackets)

44.2 × 300 × 240 mm (1.74 × 11.81 × 9.45 in.)

 

Weight

3

kg (6.6 lb.)

 

AC input

Rated voltage range: 100 VAC to 240 VAC, 50 Hz or 60 Hz

Maximum power

25

W

 

consumption

Operating temperature

0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F)

 

Relative humidity

5% to 90%

 

(non-condensing)

Relative humidity 5% to 90%   (non-condensing) The console port and AUX port of AR 19-0X_1X

The console port and AUX port of AR 19-0X_1X series routers share one RJ-45 interface.

Two SIC slots can form one DSIC slot.

AR 19-13 and AR 19-15 can implement voice data processing without any VCPM card. If you need

voice support, insert a VPM card into the VPM slot on the main control board, and then install a

SIC-1VE1 on the router.

Only AR 19-13 and 19-15 can support SIC-1VE1.

AR 19-10, AR 19-13, and AR 19-15 all include two sub-models. One sub-model supports WLAN

and the other does not. You can purchase the appropriate sub-model as required.

The Boot ROM stores the Bootstrap for booting the router.

The memory stores the communication data between the system and the CPU during the system

operation.

The flash memory stores the BootWare, the software system and the configuration file of the

router.

Do not unplug the USB device during USB data transmission; otherwise, data loss or even

hardware failures may occur.

The wireless module can not be purchased separately.

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AR 19-03 Router

Appearance

1)

Figure 1-1 Front panel of the Quidway AR 19-03 router

Front panel

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)

(1) Power switch

(2) Power socket

(3) LEDs

(4) USB interface

(5) RESET button

 
2) Rear panel Figure 1-2 Rear panel of the Quidway AR 19-03 router (1) (2)
2)
Rear panel
Figure 1-2 Rear panel of the Quidway AR 19-03 router
(1)
(2)
(3) (4)

(9) (8) (7) (6) (5)

(1) Grounding terminal

(2) Console port/Auxiliary port (CON/AUX)

(3) G.SHDSL.BIS LED

(4) G.SHDSL.BIS interface

(5) Layer 2 Ethernet interface 4

(6) Layer 2 Ethernet interface 3

(7) Layer 2 Ethernet interface 2

(8) Layer 2 Ethernet interface 1

(9) Layer 3 Ethernet interface 0 (ETH0)

 

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Panel LEDs

Figure 1-1 and Figure 1-2 respectively describe the LEDs on the front and rear panels of the Quidway AR 19-03 router.

Table 1-2 Front panel LEDs of the Quidway AR 19-03 router

LED

Description

PWR

ON: The router is powered on. OFF: The router is powered off.

SYS

Green and fast blinking: The system is booting. Green and slow blinking: The system is operating normally. Yellow and fast blinking: The system is faulty. OFF: The system operation is abnormal.

ETH

OFF: No link is present. ON: A link is present. Blinking: Data is being transmitted or received.

 

When Boot ROM is booting:

WLAN

Blinking: The basic Boot ROM is booting. ON: The extended Boot ROM is booting. When the router is running:

Slow blinking: The system is operating normally. Fast blinking: There is heavy traffic. OFF: The system operation is normal.

Table 1-3 Rear panel LEDs of the Quidway AR 19-03 router

LED

Description

LINK

OFF: No link is present. ON: A link is present.

ACT

OFF: No data is being transmitted or received. Blinking: Data is being transmitted or received.

AR 19-05 Router

Appearance

1)

Front panel

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Figure 1-3 Front panel of the Quidway AR 19-05 router

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)

(1) Power switch

(2) Power socket

(3) LEDs

(4) USB interface

(5) RESET button

 

2)

Figure 1-4 Rear panel of the Quidway AR 19-05 router

Rear panel

1-4 Rear panel of the Quidway AR 19-05 router Rear panel (1) Grounding terminal (2) Console
(1) Grounding terminal (2) Console port/Auxiliary port (CON/AUX) (3) ADSL LED (4) ADSL interface (5)
(1) Grounding terminal
(2) Console port/Auxiliary port (CON/AUX)
(3) ADSL LED
(4) ADSL interface
(5) Layer 2 Ethernet interface 4
(6) Layer 2 Ethernet interface 3
(7) Layer 2 Ethernet interface 2
(8) Layer 2 Ethernet interface 1
(9) Layer 3 Ethernet interface 0 (ETH0)

Panel LEDs

Figure 1-3 and Figure 1-4 respectively describe the LEDs on the front and rear panels of the Quidway AR 19-05 router.

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Table 1-4 Front panel LEDs of the Quidway AR 19-05 router

LED

Description

PWR

ON: The router is powered on. OFF: The router is powered off.

SYS

Green and fast blinking: The system is booting. Green and slow blinking: The system is operating normally. Yellow and fast blinking: The system is faulty. OFF: The system operation is abnormal.

ETH

OFF: No link is present. ON: A link is present. Blinking: Data is being transmitted or received.

 

When Boot ROM is booting:

WLAN

Blinking: The basic Boot ROM is booting. ON: The extended Boot ROM is booting. When the router is running:

Slow blinking: The system is operating normally. Fast blinking: There is heavy traffic. OFF: The system operation is normal.

Table 1-5 Rear panel LEDs of the Quidway AR 19-05 router

LED

Description

LINK

OFF: No link is present. ON: A link is present.

ACT

OFF: No data is being transmitted or received. Blinking: Data is being transmitted or received.

AR 19-10 Router

Appearance

1)

Front panel

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Figure 1-5 Front panel of the AR 19-10 router

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)

(1) Power switch

(2) Power socket

(3) LEDs

(4) USB interface

(5) RESET button

 
2) Rear panel Figure 1-6 Rear panel of the AR 19-10 router (1) (2) (8)
2)
Rear panel
Figure 1-6 Rear panel of the AR 19-10 router
(1)
(2)
(8)
(3)
(4)
(5) (6)
(7)

(1) Grounding terminal

(2) Console/Auxiliary interface (CON/AUX)

(3) Layer 3 Ethernet interface 0 (ETH0)

(4) Layer 2 Ethernet interface 1

(5) Layer 2 Ethernet interface 2

(6) Layer 2 Ethernet interface 3

(7) Layer 2 Ethernet interface 4

(8) SIC/DSIC slot

Panel LEDs

Figure 1-5 and Figure 1-6 respectively describe the LEDs on the front and rear panels of the AR 19-10 router.

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Table 1-6 Front panel LEDs of the AR 19-10 router

LED

 

Description

 

ON: The router is powered on. OFF: The router is powered off.

PWR

 

Green and fast blinking: The system is booting. Green and slow blinking: The system is operating normally. Yellow and fast blinking: The system is faulty. OFF: The system operation is abnormal.

SYS

 

OFF: No link is present. ON: A link is present. Blinking: Data is being transmitted or received.

ETH

 

When Boot ROM is booting:

Blinking: The basic Boot ROM is booting. ON: The extended Boot ROM is booting.

WLAN

When the router is running:

Slow blinking: The system is operating normally. Fast blinking: There is heavy traffic. OFF: The system operation is normal.

Table 1-7 Rear panel LEDs of the AR 19-10 router

LED

 

Description

 

OFF: No link is present. ON: A link is present.

LINK

 

OFF: No data is being transmitted or received. Blinking: Data is being transmitted or received.

ACT

AR 19-13 Router

Appearance

1)

Front panel

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Figure 1-7 Front panel of the AR 19-13 router (10) (11) (1) (2) (3) (4)
Figure 1-7 Front panel of the AR 19-13 router
(10)
(11)
(1) (2) (3)
(4)
(5) (6) (7)
(8)
(9)

(1) Power LED (PWR)

(2) ACT LED of BRI interface

(3) B1 LED

(4) System LED (SYS)

(5) Ethernet LED (ETH)

(6) Wireless LED (WLAN)

(7) B2 LED

(8) USB interface

(9) RESET button

(10) Power switch

(11) Power socket

2) Rear panel Figure 1-8 Rear panel of the AR 19-13 router (1) (2) (9)
2)
Rear panel
Figure 1-8 Rear panel of the AR 19-13 router
(1)
(2)
(9) (10)
(11)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6) (7) (8)

(1) Grounding terminal

(2) Console port/Auxiliary port (CON/AUX)

(3) BRI S/T interface

(4) Layer 3 Ethernet interface 0 (ETH0)

(5) Layer 2 Ethernet interface 1

(6) Layer 2 Ethernet interface 2

(7) Layer 2 Ethernet interface 3

(8) Layer 2 Ethernet interface 4

(9) G.SHDSL.BIS LED

(10) G.SHDSL.BIS interface

(11) SIC/DSIC slot

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Table 1-7 and Figure 1-8 respectively describe the LEDs on the front and rear panels of the AR 19-13 router.

Table 1-8 Front panel LEDs of the AR 19-13 router

LED

Description

PWR

ON: The router is powered on. OFF: The router is powered off.

SYS

Green and fast blinking: The system is booting. Green and slow blinking: The system is operating normally. Yellow and fast blinking: The system is faulty. OFF: The system operation is abnormal.

ETH

OFF: No link is present. ON: A link is present. Blinking: Data is being transmitted or received.

 

When Boot ROM is booting:

WLAN

Blinking: The basic Boot ROM is booting. ON: The extended Boot ROM is booting. When the router is running:

Slow blinking: The system is operating normally. Fast blinking: There is heavy traffic. OFF: The system operation is abnormal.

ACT

ON: The BRI interface is in the active state. OFF: The BRI interface is in the inactive state.

B1

ON: Data is being transmitted or received on B1 channel. OFF: Data is being transmitted or received on B1 channel.

B2

ON: Data is being transmitted or received on B2 channel. OFF: No data is being transmitted or received on B2 channel.

Table 1-9 Rear panel LEDs of the AR 19-13 router

LED

Description

LINK

OFF: No link is present. ON: A link is present.

ACT

OFF: No data is being transmitted or received. Blinking: Data is being transmitted or received.

AR 19-15 Router

Appearance

1)

Front panel

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Figure 1-9 Front panel of the AR 19-15 router

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)

(1) Power switch

(2) Power socket

(3) LEDs

(4) USB interface

(5) RESET button

 

2)

Figure 1-10 Rear panel of the AR 19-15 router

Rear panel

2) Figure 1-10 Rear panel of the AR 19-15 router Rear panel (1) Grounding terminal  

(1) Grounding terminal

 

(2) Console/Auxiliary interface (CON/AUX)

(3) BRI S/T interface

 

(4) Layer 3 Ethernet interface 0 (ETH0)

(5) Layer 2 Ethernet interface 1

(6) Layer 2 Ethernet interface 2

(7) Layer 2 Ethernet interface 3

(8) Layer 2 Ethernet interface 4

(9) ADSL LED

 

(10) ADSL interface

(11) SIC/DSIC slot

   

Panel LEDs

Figure 1-9 and Figure 1-10 respectively describe the LEDs on the front and rear panels of the AR 19-15 router.

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Table 1-10 Front panel LEDs of the AR 19-15 router

LED

 

Description

 

ON: The router is powered on. OFF: The router is powered off.

PWR

 

Green and fast blinking: The system is booting. Green and slow blinking: The system is operating normally. Yellow and fast blinking means the system is malfunctioning. OFF: The system operation is abnormal.

SYS

 

OFF: No link is present. ON: A link is present. Blinking: Data is being transmitted or received.

ETH

 

When Boot ROM is booting:

Blinking: The basic Boot ROM is booting. ON: The extended Boot ROM is booting.

WLAN

When the router is operating:

Slow blinking: The system is operating normally. Fast blinking: There is heavy traffic. OFF: The system operation is abnormal.

 

ON: The BRI interface is in the active state. OFF: The BRI interface is in the inactive state.

ACT

 

ON: Data is being transmitted or received on B1 channel. OFF: No data is being transmitted or received on B1 channel.

B1

 

ON: Data is being transmitted or received on B2 channel. OFF: No data is being transmitted or received on B2 channel.

B2

Table 1-11 Rear panel LEDs of the AR 19-15 router

LED

 

Description

 

OFF: No link is present. ON: A link is present.

LINK

 

OFF: No data is being transmitted or received. Blinking: Data is being transmitted or received.

ACT

Generic Modules

The generic modules provided for the AR 19-0X_1X series routers include SICs. For detailed

information about interface cards, refer to AR Series Routers Interface Card and Interface Module

Manual.

For the types of interface modules that each model of the AR 19-0X_1X series routers can

accommodate, refer to Appendix A Interface Card and Interface Module Purchase Guide in the AR

Series Routers Interface Card and Interface Module Manual.

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SICs and DSICs

AR 19-0X_1X series routers adopt modular design and provide the following interfaces to support a wide range of optional SICs/DSICs:

Synchronous/asynchronous serial interface

Ethernet port

E1/T1 interface

ISDN BRI/PRI

ADSL interface

Voice interface

Layer 2 Ethernet interface