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Ethernet over SDH

Multi-Service Platform

Ability to handle SDH, PDH, SAN,Ethernet & WDM on a common platform for efficient presentation, switching, aggregation & transport over NG-SDH

Highly flexible 2M STM64 TDM interfaces Full non-blocking VC-12 Switching 20G (128x128STM-1)- 60G (384x384 x STM-1) Flexible Any port in Any slot type Architecture Data bus enables the SMA16-64 as data centric hub Highest Port density to reduce costs Use of SFP technology to increase flexibility and reduce costs

Legacy TDM Services Storage Area Network Ethernet Leased Line Optical Network Internet Access Single MSP Platform

Virtual Private LAN

Flexible Mapping Benefits


LCAS (Link Capacity Adjustment Scheme) Variation of the link capacity in units of VC12, VC3 or VC4, as appropriate Ability to re-use protection bandwidth GFP (Generic Framing Procedure) Support for multiple protocol traffic Standardisation provides component cost savings

Virtual concatenation Allows more granularity for network efficiency Delivers Ethernet services flexibly without the need to upgrade intermediate nodes Diverse routing means more efficient use of bandwidth

Using LCAS on unprotected links


40Mbit/s 20Mbit/s

40Mbit/s

20Mbit/s

SDH MUX

SDH MUX

40Mbit/s

20Mbit/s

EoSDH
GFP, LCAS & VCAT
An Ethernet frame can consist of multiple IP packets

GFP enables us to map Ethernet Frames into SDH Virtual Containers


Services Voice Data

IP

Frame Relay

ATM

MPLS

SAN

Ethernet

GFP SONET/SDH
Optical Data Unit (ODU)

WDM Fibre

EoSDH
GFP, LCAS & VCAT

Flexible assignment of link bandwidth using Virtual Concatenation

6Mbit/s

LAN

VCAT assigns the bandwidth efficiently


Ethernet Speed SDH allocation

Customer Bandwidth 6Mbit/s

10/100/ 1000 Mbit/s


6Mbit/s

Network

6Mbit/s
LAN

EoSDH
GFP, LCAS & VCAT
Provisioned 6Mbit Ethernet Service

Flexible adjustment of link bandwidth - in service, using LCAS


Scheduled additional 4Mbit 10Mbit Ethernet Service
Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4

LCAS allows for the flexible adjustment (addition or


removal) of provisioned bandwidth Extra capacity Customer Ethernet added to link Speed wants extra
SDH allocation
VC-12

6Mbit/s 8Mbit/s

LAN

Customer Bandwidth 2Mbit/s 6Mbit/s

10/100/ 1000 Mbit/s


6Mbit/s

Network

6Mbit/s
LAN

L2 Aggregation Card

Provides point-to-multipoint functionality

Acts as hub or switch for PacketSpan customer located products


Introduces new services when the market is ready Provides functionality from the core, not from every box in the deployment - lowers cost throughout, especially when upgrades are needed Dramatically reduces the cost of interfaces on SDH & data side Single tributary card much cheaper than overlay equipment, no new training/personnel or NMS needed
Standard GFP, Virtual Concatenation (with LCAS and HO/LO SDH support) QoS options (committed rate, best effort etc) allowing differentiated & prioritised services
2 port GigE, 4 port FastE trib card for SMA Series 1.2, 3, 4 & MSH11CP,C, 41C, 51C & 64 (STM-16 version also for MSH51C/64) 2 port GigE, 16 port FastE trib card for OMS1664 8 Fast/GigE port layer 2 trib card for OMS3240/50

Layer 2 Aggregation tributary card


Reducing core networking equipment costs


Without PacketSpan Layer 2 Aggregation

KEY
SDH Mux

LAN LAN

PacketSpan trib
PacketSpan Layer 2 aggregation trib Router

LAN LAN

Less SDH interfaces


Ethernet interface Ethernet link

Less physical links

With PacketSpan Layer 2 Aggregation

Less router equipment

LAN
LAN LAN LAN
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PacketSpan Layer 2 Deployment Example


Backbone
Multiple Interfaces and physical links (EPL Service)

Metro Core

SDH

ISP / Customer Head office

Metro Access

SDH

Customer Premises
LAN LAN LAN LAN LAN

PacketSpan Deployment Example


Data Aggregation
Backbone
Less Physical links Less Router Equipment Less SDH Interfaces

Metro Core

SDH

ISP / Customer Head office

Metro Access

SDH

Layer 2 PacketSpan card

Customer Premises
LAN LAN LAN LAN LAN

PacketSpan Deployment Example


Data Aggregation
Backbone

Metro Core

SDH

ISP / Customer Head office

Metro Access

SDH

Layer 2 PacketSpan card

Customer Premises
LAN LAN LAN LAN LAN

PacketSpan Deployment Example


Ethernet shared over single VCs or VC groups (EVPL Service)

Data Aggregation
Backbone

Metro Core

SDH

ISP / Customer Head office

Metro Access

SDH

Layer 2 PacketSpan card

Customer Premises
LAN LAN LAN LAN LAN

PacketSpan 3 (L2 Aggregation) Applications


Head End Aggregation (pt multi pt) Head office to Branch Offices EPL SDH Protection Switching

GFP Mapping L2 / Aggregation

Switch / Router

SDH Network

Head End / End-user HO SDH or Individual VCs per ETA/ETS Switch Router PacketSpan ETA/ETS

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PacketSpan 3 (L2 Aggregation) Applications


Head End Aggregation (pt multi pt) Head office to Branch Offices EVPL SDH Protection Switching

GFP Mapping L2 / Aggregation

Switch / Router

SDH Network

One VC shared between multiple ETA/ETS cards PacketSpan ETA/ETS

Head End / End-user HO SDH or Switch - Router

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PacketSpan 3 (L2 Aggregation) Applications


MESH Network (multi pt multi pt) Branch Offices EVPL SDH Protection Switching

GFP Mapping L2 / Aggregation

Switch / Router

SDH Network

One VC shared between multiple ETA/ETS cards PacketSpan ETA/ETS

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PacketSpan L2 Aggregation Applications


Multiple MESH Networks Over Multiple Rings Branch Offices EVPN SDH Protection Switching

GFP Mapping L2 / Aggregation

Switch / Router

SDH Network

SDH Network

One VC shared between multiple ETA/ETS cards PacketSpan ETA/ETS


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Ethernet and SDH Aggregation

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Ethernet Domain and

Traffic Management

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Logical Domains
The ELS1000S card is considered to have three logical domains: SDH Traffic Domain of the PacketSpan card. Card Based Domain, i.e. basic hardware/software operation, including maintenance schemes. Embedded (Ethernet) Domain.

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ELS 1000S - Overview Block Diagram


SMA

ELS 1000S
GIGE

FE

Packet Switching Engine

Framer (GFP, VCG, LCAS)

TDM switch

SDH line

PHY

Function already available on PacketSpan products New functionality of layer 2 card

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ELS1000S Card Block Diagram

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Ethernet Switch Fabric

6 Ethernet ports

Packet Switching Engine


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24 SDH Transport Channels (SDH-TC)

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VPLs and VPCIs


Ethernet Switch Fabric

Ethernet Port 1

VPLs

VPLs

SDH TC 1

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Card Functions
Ethernet Switch Fabric
SFP Slot Ethernet Port 1 ELA Logical Interface VPL VPL VPL VPL VPL VPL SDH TC 1 VCG
VC VC VC

SFP Slot

Ethernet Port 2

VPL

SDH TC 2

VCG

VC

VC

SFP Slot

Ethernet Port 3

VPL VPL

SFP Slot

Ethernet Port 4

VPL VPL

SDH TC 22

VCG

VC VC VC

SFP Slot

Ethernet Port 5

VPL

SDH TC 23

VCG

VC VC VC

SFP Slot

Ethernet Port 6

VPL

VPL

SDH TC 24

VCG

VC VC VC

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ELS-1000S Traffic Flow

SFP Slot

Ethernet Port

VPL

VPL

SDH TC

VCG

P Q

P Q
VC VC

traffic enters card and is classified as required by VPL configuration classified frames are handled by policer

SLA conformance is verified frames are internally tagged (green, yellow, red) and optionally discarded frames are cross-connected to egress path frame modification (e.g. add VLAN tag) is performed if required queue handles frames according to configured buffer management
traffic leaves card at egress interface

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The Queue

Policer

Queue

GREEN ONLY

Queue Size Max 4Mbytes

GREEN AND YELLOW GREEN YELLOW & RED

VPL
45% 30%

Of CBS at Policers

VPL

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Configuration
Ethernet Domain Cross Connection Ethernet port 2 to SDH-TC 3
1 1 1 2 3 VC group 3, with VCs 6-10 allocated. T R I B L I N E

E T H E R N E T P O R T S

S D H

4 5

T C s

SDH Domain Cross Connections, Line card to Trib card, 5 x VC12s (6-10)

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Connections - Bandwidth Allocation


RIGHT CLICK ON THE CARD

SMA
L I N E L

SWITCH Switch

I N E

E ELS1000S Trib(s)

Ethernet connections
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The bandwidth of each card is set as per requirements, but must adhere to the card and slot limitations (see section 02)

THANK YOU

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