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OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport

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Contents

1 Introduction....................................................................................................................................1
1.1 Product Highlights and Specifications...........................................................................................................................2
1.1.1 Product Highlights.......................................................................................................................................................2
1.1.2 Product Specifications.................................................................................................................................................3
1.2 Product Networking........................................................................................................................................................6
1.3 Product Features.............................................................................................................................................................8
1.3.1 Line Rate......................................................................................................................................................................8
1.3.2 OTN Application.........................................................................................................................................................9
1.3.3 ROADM Application..................................................................................................................................................9
1.3.4 OTN + ROADM Application......................................................................................................................................9
1.3.5 Packet Application.....................................................................................................................................................10
1.3.6 Redundancy and Protection.......................................................................................................................................11
1.3.7 Automatic Optical Power Management....................................................................................................................13
1.3.8 Synchronization.........................................................................................................................................................14
1.3.9 ASON Feature...........................................................................................................................................................15
1.4 Supported Services Types............................................................................................................................................17

2 Product Architecture...................................................................................................................20
2.1 System Architecture.....................................................................................................................................................21
2.2 Hardware Architecture..................................................................................................................................................22
2.2.1 Cabinet Introduction..................................................................................................................................................22
2.2.2 OptiX OSN 9800 U64 Subrack.................................................................................................................................23
2.2.3 OptiX OSN 9800 U32 Subrack.................................................................................................................................26
2.2.4 OptiX OSN 9800 Universal Platform Subrack..........................................................................................................29
2.2.5 Board.........................................................................................................................................................................31
2.2.6 Pluggable Optical Modules.......................................................................................................................................40

3 Network Management................................................................................................................41
4 Operation and Maintenance......................................................................................................44
5 Power Saving and Environment Protection...........................................................................46
5.1 Power Saving................................................................................................................................................................47
5.1.1 Static Power Saving...................................................................................................................................................47
5.1.2 Dynamic Power Saving.............................................................................................................................................47
5.1.3 Control and Monitoring of Power Saving Status.......................................................................................................48

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1 Introduction

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1.1 Product Highlights and Specifications
1.2 Product Networking
1.3 Product Features
1.4 Supported Services Types

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3. The advanced return to zero (RZ). 2e.1. a cross-connect capacity greater than 10 Tbit/s and MPLS-TP features. Highest Cross-Connect Capacity with Flexible Large—Capacity Service Grooming l Features high cross-connect capacity. and digital signal processing (DSP) algorithms implement ultra long-haul transmission of 100 Gbit/s signals. Ltd. Greatly Improve IP Traffic Transmission Efficiency l Integrates MPLS-TP features – Suited for Ethernet Port Aggregation. 1. l Supports unified switching capabilities of VC. A single subrack supports a maximum of 12. Tier 1 Reliability and Mass Data Transmission with Optimal Architecture l Provides multiple network-level protection schemes and intelligent network management based on automatically switched optical network (ASON)/generalized multiprotocol label switching (GMPLS) technologies to protect all fibers and services. and 100 Gbit/s signals. and supports flexible bandwidth allocation. where k can be 0. IP Offloading. l Provides protection for power supply devices. Only one subrack is required for the large-capacity service grooming and. and high reliability and maintainability. 2. l Supports multi-granularity OTN cross-connection. that is.1 Product Highlights The OptiX OSN 9800 supports 40 Gbit/s and 100 Gbit/s line rates. ODUk. the cross-connect capacity can be increased to 20 Tbit/s or higher in the future. which converges service grooming planes. communication control and clock processing unit (CTU) boards. and PKT services. Integrates MPLS-TP Features. In addition. l Supports ePDM-QPSK modulation for 100 Gbit/s signals. therefore. requiring no dispersion compensation modules (DCMs) and simplifying network configurations. which increases the optical signal-to-noise ratio (OSNR) tolerance and transmission distance. and the cross-connection resource pool. l Satisfies requirements on large-bandwidth transmission using 40 Gbit/s and 100 Gbit/s line rates. Integrated Layer 0/1/2 leased line transport platform. l Provides the highest integration in the industry and supports 200 Gbit/s capacity (which can be upgraded to 400 Gbit/s in the future) per slot. or flex.8 Tbit/ s cross-connect capacity. ODUk cross-connection. lowers power consumption and reduces the floor space. Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 2 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.. Cloud-IDC interconnection. It features power saving. fans. forward error correction (FEC). .1 Product Highlights and Specifications 1. implementing large-capacity service grooming. l High-density Ethernet Card and Hybrid Line card – Efficiently transmit IP and OTN traffic. 4. 40 Gbit/s. Huge bandwidth provisioning with flexible High-Density Architecture l Supports hybrid transmission of 10 Gbit/s. and supports a smooth upgrade from a low-rate network to a high-rate network. The line rates can be upgraded to 400 Gbit/s and 1 Tbit/s in the future.OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 1 Introduction 1.

l Features high maintainability by integrating the OptiX OSN 9800 U64 into a cabinet. and minimizes energy consumption. l Newly supports 19-inch subracks and can be installed in various types of cabinets. l Supports seamless interconnection with OptiX OSN 8800/6800/3800/1800 and achieves end-to-end network management. Huawei presents the OptiX OSN 9800 product series. Applied at the electrical layer. The OptiX OSN 9800 product series include the OptiX OSN 9800 U64. loading. such as 19-inch cabinet or ETSI cabinet. l Implements advanced visual management on bandwidth resources and OSNR monitoring.1. optimal chips. OptiX OSN 8800 T16 and OptiX OSN 6800 optical subracks in WDM and OTN systems. Providing the Best Operation Experience and Minimizing OPEX l Uses advanced power saving technologies with intelligent fans. OptiX OSN 9800 U32 and OptiX OSN 9800 universal platform subrack. Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 3 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. l Uses an intelligent power supply pool and implements visual power consumption management. and startup efficiency in the industry. . Ltd. l Provides the highest configuration. the OptiX OSN 9800 U64 and OptiX OSN 9800 U32 share boards by using unified software and hardware platforms and can work with the OptiX OSN 9800 universal platform subrack.OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 1 Introduction Advanced Power Saving Technology with Low Power Consumption and High Maintainability. The following table lists the detailed specifications of the OptiX OSN 9800 product series.. π-shape air ducts. The cabinet is also integrated with fiber management frames. You can configure power terminals based on the number of boards and view power consumption data of subracks in real time.2 Product Specifications To address ultra-large cross-connect capacity and bandwidth requirements. This feature improves power and power consumption efficiency. ensuring easy installation and operation. and excellent system design. 1.

8 Tbit/s ODUk (k = 0. 4. ITU-T G.OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 1 Introduction Specifications OptiX OSN 9800 U64 OptiX OSN 9800 U32 Product appearance Subrack Dimensions 2200 (H) x 600 (W) x 600 (D) (the 1900 (H) x 498 (W) x 295 (D) (without (mm) subrack is integrated into a cabinet) cabinet) Cabinet N/A N63B. Ethernet. . optical transport network (OTN).16 nm to 1560. 2..4 Tbit/s ODUk (k = 0. 2e. 4.61 nm (C Band. storage area network (SAN). 2e. 3. 1. flex) ty flex) l 3. Ltd.1) Max. synchronous optical network (SONET). and video Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 4 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.694. 3. number of DWDM system: 80 wavelengths Wavelength range DWDM system: 1529. 2. l 6. N66B Number of slots for 64 32 service boards Switchi Opticala 1 to 9-degree reconfigurable optical add/drop multiplexer (ROADM) ng capabili Electrical 12.2 Tbit/s packet services Max. 1. rate per channel 100 Gbit/s (OTU4) Service type Synchronous digital hierarchy (SDH).

intersecting ring. LPT protection (OTN) Network LAG. ODUk subnetwork connection level protection (SNCP). intra-board 1+1 protectiona. client 1+1 protectiona. ALCa.703-compliant external clock source l External time source (1PPS+TOD) ASON Electrical-layer ASON Operation Environment Subrack temperature: l Long-term operation: 5°C (41 °F) to 40°C (104 °F) l Short-term operation: -5°C (23 °F) to 45°C (113 °F) Relative humidity: l Long-term operation: 5% to 85% l Short-term operation: 5% to 90% Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 5 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. fan redundancy.. cross-connect board redundancy. Tunnel APS Level Protection (Ethernet and Packet) Optical power ALS. tangent ring. AGCa. system control ancy level board redundancy and protection protecti on Network Optical line protectiona. chain. IPAa management Synchronizationb l IEEE 1588v2 l 2 Mbit/s or 2 MHz (with the SSM function). star. Ltd. . ring-with-chain. tributary SNCP. APEa. 40 Gbit/s.OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 1 Introduction Specifications OptiX OSN 9800 U64 OptiX OSN 9800 U32 Packet service capacity N/A l Support E-Line (MEF) and VPWS (IETF) l Support MPLS-TP l Number of MPLS tunnel: 64x1024 (Bidirectional) l Number of PW: 64x1024 l Number of E-Line: 32x1024 Line rate 10 Gbit/s. and mesh Redund Equipment Power redundancy. and 100 Gbit/s Topology Point-to-point. PW APS. ring. ITU-T G.

This document describes these features by considering that the OptiX OSN 9800 U64/U32 subrack works with the OptiX OSN 9800 universal platform subrack. or OptiX OSN 6800 subrack. It can work with OptiX OSN 8800. Figure 1-1 Role of the OptiX OSN 9800 in a network-wide solution (Typical OTN networking) OptiX OSN 9800 U32 OptiX OSN 9800 U32 ODUk ODUk switching switching OptiX OSN OptiX OSN 8800 T64 9800 U64 OptiX OSN OptiX OSN Backbone 9800 U32 9800 U32 core layer OptiX OSN OptiX OSN 6800 OptiX OSN 8800 T32 OptiX OSN 3800 8800 T32 ODUk ODUk ODUk switching switching switching OptiX OSN OptiX OSN 9800 U32 OptiX OSN Convergence 8800 T16 OptiX OSN 8800 T32 OptiX OSN layer 6800 8800 T16 ODUk OptiX OSN OptiX OSN 1800 switching 1800 OptiX OSN 1800 ODUk OptiX OSN ODUk switching 1800 switching OptiX OSN OptiX OSN 1800 3800 Access OptiX OSN OptiX OSN layer 1800 1800 Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 6 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. as shown in Figure 1-2. achieving unified switching and transmission for multiple services on a single multi- service optical transport network (MS-OTN).OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 1 Introduction Specifications OptiX OSN 9800 U64 OptiX OSN 9800 U32 a: These features are available only when the OptiX OSN 9800 U64/U32 subrack works with the OptiX OSN 9800 universal platform subrack. see the corresponding manual for the product that the OptiX OSN 9800 works with. The OptiX OSN 9800 U32 supports unified switching and control based on ODUk and packets. b: The feature is available only when the OptiX OSN 9800 U64/U32 subrack works with an OptiX OSN 8800 T16 subrack. 1. OptiX OSN 8800 T16. For details about the feature. . Ltd. OptiX OSN 6800. OptiX OSN 3800.2 Product Networking The OptiX OSN 9800 is targeted for use at the backbone or metropolitan core layer. as shown in Figure 1-1. and OptiX OSN 1800 to form a complete OTN-based end-to-end network for unified network management..

. Ltd. add an electrical OptiX OSN 9800 subrack to work with existing electrical and optical OptiX OSN 8800 subracks to expand the electrical-layer capacity of the node. . l Grooming capability enhancement for optical line amplifier (OLA) sites: At an OLA site. the following are the three main expansion modes: l Node expansion: At a node. As shown in Figure 1-3. Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 7 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. add OptiX OSN 9800 as electrical subrack and optical subrack. l Capacity expansion: At a node. and interconnect the node with the OptiX OSN 8800 node on the network. the OptiX OSN 9800 are usually used as electrical subrack and optical subrack. an electrical OptiX OSN 9800 subrack is added to work with an existing optical OptiX OSN 8800 or 6800 subrack to enhance the electrical grooming capability of the OLA site. the 9800 supports multiple expansion modes.OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 1 Introduction Figure 1-2 Role of the OptiX OSN 9800 in a network-wide solution (Typical MS-OTN networking) OptiX OSN 9800 U32 OptiX OSN 9800 U32 ODUk/Packet ODUk/Packet switching switching OptiX OSN OptiX OSN 8800 T32 9800 U32 OptiX OSN OptiX OSN Backbone 9800 U32 9800 U32 core layer OptiX OSN OptiX OSN OptiX OSN 8800 T32 8800 T16 OptiX OSN 8800 T16 8800 T32 ODUk/Packet ODUk/Packet ODUk/Packet switching switching switching OptiX OSN OptiX OSN 9800 U32 OptiX OSN Convergence 8800 T16 OptiX OSN 8800 T32 OptiX OSN layer 8800 T16 8800 T16 ODUk/Packet OptiX OSN switching OptiX OSN 1800 1800 OptiX OSN 1800 ODUk/Packet OptiX OSN ODUk/Packet switching 1800 switching OptiX OSN OptiX OSN 3800 1800 Access OptiX OSN OptiX OSN layer 1800 1800 For a new network. For a capacity expansion network.

The OptiX OSN 9800 provides the following transmission solutions: Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 8 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. The OptiX OSN 9800 uses dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) technologies to multiplex a maximum of 80 service channels in a single fiber (it can transmit 80 carrier signals at different wavelengths). 40 Gbit/s. and 10 Gbit/s. 40 Gbit/s.1 Line Rate The OptiX OSN 9800 provides large-capacity transmission channels and multiple transmission solutions for line rates of 100 Gbit/s.3 Product Features 1. achieving large-capacity transparent transmission of multiple services.3.OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 1 Introduction Figure 1-3 Hybrid networking with OptiX OSN 9800 and OptiX OSN 8800/6800 NE2 NE3 NE1 Before expansion NE4 NE2 NE3 NE5 NE1 After expansion NE7 NE8 NE4 Node expansion Capacity expansion NE6 wss wss Grooming capability enhancement NE7(9800-O) wss wss for OLA sites N NE1(8800-O) N N T NE4(8800/6800-O) NE8(9800-E) T T N NE1(8800-E) NE5(9800-E) Service flow N: Line board T Expansion NE T: Tributary board NE6(9800-E) 1.. and 10 Gbit/s signals. . The OptiX OSN 9800 satisfies the increasing bandwidth demands while protecting carriers' investments. It provides a maximum transmission capacity of 80 x 100 Gbit/s and supports hybrid transmission of 100 Gbit/s.

or pass-through) for a maximum of 80 wavelength. drop.2 OTN Application The optical transport network (OTN) technology ensures flexible end-to-end service grooming. The OTN overheads and NMS enable end-to-end service monitoring and management.3. l E2E service management based on OTN overhead The abundant OTN overheads (defined in ITU-T G. as well as future IP services. The abundant OTN overheads and simplified NMS operations enable users to easily maintain networks and locate faults. OTN cross-connection enables flexible service grooming and improves bandwidth utilization. and facilitate fault location. l Flexible bandwidth utilization based on ODUflex The OptiX OSN 9800 supports the optical data unit flexible (ODUflex) feature. the OptiX OSN 9800 supports flexible optical-layer grooming in one to nine degrees. This feature changes the static allocation of the resource to flexible and dynamic allocation.3 ROADM Application With ROADM technology. The ROADM feature reconfigures wavelengths by blocking or cross- connecting the wavelengths. l Channel monitoring over different operators' networks When different operators' networks are interconnected. and enables services of different types to share bandwidth. 1. and data services.3. This feature enables the OptiX OSN 9800 to adapt to various services. Ltd. 40 Gbit/s. Figure 1-4 illustrates how OTN and ROADM effectively transmit client services. which enables quick service provisioning and reduces fault potentials and maintenance workloads. and 10 Gbit/s hybrid transmission 1. the OTN overheads at the tandem connection monitoring (TCM) layer can be used to monitor the quality of the channels that the different operators provide. such as video. GE E2E transmission helps save time.4 OTN + ROADM Application The OTN + ROADM feature cross-connects a client service in any optical direction while ensuring high bandwidth utilization. 1. Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 9 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. OTN overheads enable an OTN network to transparently transmit client services and provide powerful forward error correction (FEC) capabilities.. ROADM technology and the U2000 enable remote and dynamic status adjustment (add. l OTN cross-connection Services at any granularity can be aggregated into any ODUk pipe.OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 1 Introduction l 40/80 x 100 Gbit/s transmission solution l 40/80 x 40 Gbit/s transmission solution l 40/80 x 10 Gbit/s transmission solution l 100 Gbit/s.3. Physical fiber connections are not required between back-to-back installed equipment.708) and simple NMS operations enable users to manage and monitor services in an end-to-end manner. storage. The ODUk TCM function facilitates fault location. . and different types of services from multiple sites can be mixed in one ODUk pipe. l GE E2E transmission based on ODU0 End-to-end service cross-connections require cross-connections only on the line sides of intermediate sites.

. l If the signals in an optical direction do not need to be locally terminated. the signals over different wavelengths can be transmitted in any optical direction. The OptiX OSN 9800 supports all the following service models defined by MEF and IETF: l MEF: E-Line l IETF: VPWS In addition to transparently transmitting traditional Ethernet services. provides protection for Ethernet services. the OptiX OSN 9800 supports Layer 2 switching of Ethernet data packets. A line board then outputs the signals over different wavelengths.. Ltd.OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 1 Introduction l A tributary board receives client services at any bit rate. and performs QoS and OAM functions for the Ethernet services. the client signals are flexibly cross-connected on the electrical layer and share bandwidth. It also provides packet transport solutions. Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 10 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.5 Packet Application The OptiX OSN 9800 supports various Ethernet services and provide packet transport solution to carry them.3. After OTN mapping and ODUk cross-connection are complete. they can be directly transmitted to another optical direction through the optical cross-connections on the ROADM board. l Along the optical cross-connections on the ROADM board. Figure 1-4 OTN + ROADM application 1.

Ltd. such as optical channel protection (including client 1+1 protection and intra-board 1+1 protection). Table 1-1 Network-level protection schemes (OTN) Protection Description Scheme Client 1+1 Protects services against faults on optical transponder units (OTUs) and protection OCh fiber disconnections using the dual feeding and selective receiving function of the OLP/DCP board. Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 11 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Tributary Protects SDH/SONET or OTN services that a tributary board receives using SNCP the dual feeding and selective receiving function of electrical-layer cross- connections. switch to the backup network in a timely manner. The OptiX OSN 9800 supports ODUk SNCP protection. Network-Level Protection (OTN) The product supports a series of OTN-based network-level service protection schemes.6 Redundancy and Protection This topic describes network. Intra-board 1 Protects OCh fibers using diverse routing and the dual feeding and selective +1 protection receiving function of OLP/DCP boards. Optical Line It uses the dual fed and selective receiving function of the OLP board to Protection protect line fibers between adjacent stations by using diverse routing.and equipment-level protection supported by the OptiX OSN 9800.. Network Level Protection (Packet) The OptiX OSN 9800 provides various types of network level protection (Packet). The OptiX OSN 9800 supports ODUk SNCP protection. . subnetwork connection protection (SNCP. including ODUk SNCP. such as routers. Table 1-1 lists the network-level protection (OTN) schemes supported by the OptiX OSN 9800. normal transmission of important services can be remained even when the link is faulty.OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 1 Introduction 1. as listed in Table 1-2. tributary SNCP). LPT Detects and reports faults at the service access points and on intermediate networks.3. It also helps data communication equipment. By doing so. ODUk SNCP Protects services against line board faults and OCh fiber disconnections using the dual feeding and selective receiving function of electrical-layer cross-connections.

and helps prevent service interruptions resulting from the working PW failure. Communication Two system control boards (CTUs) can be configured for 1+1 Control and Clock backup. The working Redundancy and protection cross-connect boards in a subrack connect to all other boards through the backplane bus to protect cross-connection services. Table 1-3 Equipment-level redundancy Protection Scheme Description Power redundancy Two PIU boards in hot backup mode supply power at the same time to one subrack. Tunnel APS is available in one type: Tunnel APS 1:1. Fan redundancy If a fan in a fan tray assembly fails. the system can remain operational for 96 consecutive hours in environments where temperatures range between 0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F). Link aggregation is also called port aggregation because each link corresponds to a port on an Ethernet. The active and standby CTU boards in a subrack connect to Processing Unit all other boards through the backplane bus to provide the following Redundancy functions: l NE database management l Inter-board communication l Inter-subrack communication l Overhead management Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 12 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. OptiX OSN 9800 U64/U32 Equipment-Level Redundancy Equipment-level redundancy includes power redundancy. the other board will continue to supply power to ensure that the subrack remains fully functional. Link aggregation functions between adjacent equipment. tunnel APS uses a protection tunnel to protect the working tunnel and prevent service interruptions in case of the working tunnel failures. PW APS is available in one type: PW APS 1:1. PW APS As network-level protection. XCS Board The cross-connect board uses the M:N backup policy. Tunnel APS As a network protection scheme. cross-connect board redundancy. fan redundancy. PW APS uses a protection PW to protect the working PW.. Ltd. . Hence.OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 1 Introduction Table 1-2 Network Level Protection (Packet) Protection Description LAG The LAG aggregates multiple physical links to form a logical link that is at a higher rate. link aggregation is not related to the architecture of the entire network. and system control board redundancy. If one PIU board fails. Table 1-3 lists the equipment-level redundancy supported by the OptiX OSN 9800.

. the system can remain operational for 96 consecutive hours in environments where temperatures range between 0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F). Table 1-4 lists the equipment-level redundancy protection provided by the OptiX OSN 9800 universal platform subrack. If one PIU board fails. Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 13 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. fan redundancy and system control and communication board redundancy. as listed in Table 1-5.OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 1 Introduction OptiX OSN 9800 Universal Platform Subrack Equipment-Level Redundancy Equipment-level redundancy includes power redundancy. Table 1-5 Automatic optical power management functions Functi Description on ALS After the automatic laser shutdown (ALS) function is enabled on a tributary or line board. The board re-enables the laser when it receives optical signals. The active and standby SCC boards in a subrack connect to all other boards through the backplane bus to provide the following functions: l NE database management l Inter-board communication l Inter-subrack communication l Overhead management 1.7 Automatic Optical Power Management The OptiX OSN 9800 provides multiple automatic optical power management functions. This function guarantees normal service running in the WDM system. System control board Two system control boards (SCCs) can be configured for 1+1 redundancy backup. This function prevents injuries associated with lasers and prolongs the life of a laser by decreasing the working time of the laser.. Ltd. Fan redundancy If a fan in a fan tray assembly fails. Table 1-4 Equipment-level redundancy Protection Scheme Description Power redundancy Two PIU boards in hot backup mode supply power at the same time to one subrack. AGC The automatic gain control (AGC) function ensures that channel gain is not affected when wavelengths are added or dropped or when there is optical power fluctuation in the WDM system. the other board will continue to supply power to ensure that the subrack remains fully functional. the board shuts down the laser in the transmit direction when it receives no optical signals from the upstream board.3.

If the channel optical power varies and flatness is not maintained to a specified requirement. Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 14 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. l The OptiX OSN 8800 T16 supports three clock modes: trace. especially eye damage caused by laser system radiation. APE The automatic power equilibrium (APE) function automatically detects and adjusts the optical power along channels on WDM-side ports to ensure the required channel optical power flatness. the optical signal-to-noise ratio (OSNR) of the system is degraded. To Raman prevent injuries associated with lasers. l The OptiX OSN 8800 T16 supports two 120-ohm or 75-ohm external clock inputs and outputs. IEEE 1588v2 The IEEE 1588v2 clock complies with the IEEE 1588v2 protocol. the OptiX OSN 8800 T16 can be used as an optical NE of the OptiX OSN 9800 to achieve end-to-end transmission of the IEEE 1588v2. IPA Optical amplifiers (OAs) output high optical power.8 Synchronization When the OptiX OSN 9800 interconnects with MSTP or PTN equipment. the intelligent power adjustment (IPA) function shuts down lasers on the affected OAs when a fiber cut occurs. It can process and transmit synchronization status messages (SSMs). the OA keeps emitting light with high optical power if the laser on the amplifier is not shut down. or 2 MHz/2 Mbit/s external clock. Physical Clock Currently the OptiX OSN 8800 T16 supports extracting the physical clock from the 2M timing signal received through the external clock port. The intense light at the open fiber may cause injuries to maintenance personnel during fiber maintenance.. To prevent personal injuries. multiple wavelengths added or dropped simultaneously or other power changes are factors that may lead to abnormal loss on the line. It is also called IEEE 1588v2 clock and used for time synchronization. the automatic level control (ALC) function automatically adjusts the output power of the amplifiers in the link according to the line loss change. 1.OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 1 Introduction Functi Description on ALC Optical fiber aging. line loss is changed. l The OptiX OSN 8800 T16 supports the line and 2 Mbit/s clocks. the output power of it will remain unchanged. optical connector aging. the IPA function shuts down lasers on Raman amplifiers when a line fault occurs. To minimize such influence. . synchronous Ethernet. When this happens. If a fiber connecting to an OA is cut.3. the OSNR of the optical transmission line will deteriorate. which will degrade and possibly interrupt the communication. holdover. Ltd. When the line loss changes. IPA of The LINE optical port on the CRPC board outputs high-power pump light.

restoration and routing functions. 1. and the system will do the rest. sink node. Specifically. the WDM transmission equipment functions as fibers to carry services and must meet high requirements regarding operability.. all NEs on the clock link must support the IEEE 1588v2 protocol. The protocol supports synchronization accuracy in the microsecond range. this service configuration mode hardly addresses the rapidly increasing user demands. Service Configuration Legacy WDM networks are generally chains and rings. with the routing function. if there are multiple failures on a network. Huawei developed ASON to help carriers to meet these challenges. In contrast. which meets the time synchronization requirement of 3G base stations. Time synchronization is achieved by exchanging the IEEE 1588v2 protocol packets.9 ASON Feature In a legacy transmission network. half of the bandwidth is always vacant. and protection type. ASON- empowered WDM transmission networks generally use the mesh topology. The trails and timeslots of their services are manually configured ring by ring and node by node. ASON enhances the network connection management and recovery capabilities by introducing signaling to the legacy transmission network and providing a control plane. l Bandwidth utilization is low and inefficient. ASON solves this problem by enabling end-to-end service configurations. l Limited protection schemes are applicable. In contrast. As networks are growing and becoming more complex. on a ring network. ASON-empowered WDM transmission networks provide protection by reserving fewer resources. NOTE To achieve IEEE 1588v2 clock synchronization. It supports end-to-end service configurations and different service level agreement (SLA) levels. Bandwidth Utilization Legacy WDM transmission networks have a high proportion of resources reserved and lack advanced service protection. increasing network resource utilization. to configure a service. the user only needs to specify the source node. among which the self-healing protection has poor performance. . Generally the legacy transmission network is facing the following challenges: l Service configurations are complex. which is time. In addition to sufficient protection. and it is time-consuming to expand system capacity and provision services. ASON provides the dynamic restoration function to restore services. Specifically. Reliability Mechanisms Legacy WDM transmission networks use chains and rings as network topologies and optical line protection and board-level protection as the service protection schemes. Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 15 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 1 Introduction The IEEE 1588v2 protocol is a synchronization protocol. the services can be restored whenever possible. Ltd.and labor-consuming. For example.3. bandwidth demand.

Ltd. and also achieves end-to-end service configuration and service level agreement (SLA). The WDM electrical-layer ASON supports diamond. If a fault occurs between nodes A and B. As shown in the Figure 1-5. and copper SLA services at the ODUk level (k = 0. and D3 (A-E-H-G). 2. It enables the system to provide ODUk level ASON services at the electrical layer. Figure 1-5 Example of service protection in an ASON network ASON features include: Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 16 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. in a mesh network. ASON enhances the network connection management and recovery capabilities by introducing signaling to the transmission network and providing a control plane. different levels of services are defined in ASON to meet diverse requirements of customers.OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 1 Introduction According to the variation in service restoration time. silver. 3. the service can be sent to the sink node along path D2 or D3 using ASON techniques. SLA An ASON network provides different levels of services to meet varied customer demands. .. D2 (A-D-G). The ASON software developed by Huawei can be applied to the OptiX OSN 9800 to enable the evolution from a legacy transmission network to an ASON network. and 4). 1. ASON feature Automatically switched optical network (ASON) is a new generation of the optical transmission network. Such evolution complies with the ITU and IETF ASON/GMPLS-related standards. a service from the source node A to the sink node G can be transmitted along three paths: D1 (A-B-F-G). or if the D1 path is unavailable. 2e.

LOA OC-192 9.95 Gbit/s T216. LOA IEEE 802. IEEE 802.3u service signal) 125 Mbit/s Service rate: 100 Mbit/s GE (optical Interface rate: T130. LOA GR-253-CORE GR-1377-CORE OC-12 622. LOA. LOA ITU-T G. LSX OC-768 39.08 Mbit/s T130.52 Mbit/s T130.693 STM-64 9. and corresponding service boards supported by the OptiX OSN 9800 Service Service Type Service Rate Board Standard Catego Compliance ry SDH STM-1 155.5 Gbit/s T130.4 Supported Services Types Table 1-6 lists the service types. . Ltd. LSQ ITU-T G.95 Gbit/s T216.81 Gbit/s T302.957 STM-16 2.825 SONET OC-3 155. DP212. LSQ Ethernet FE (optical Interface rate: T130.5 Gbit/s T130.691 ITU-T G.3z signal) 1. based on service demands on the client layer l Various route selection strategies.08 Mbit/s T130. service rates.25 Gbit/s LOM Service rate: 1 Gbit/s Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 17 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.81 Gbit/s T302. LOA ITU-T G.. LOA ANSI T1. Table 1-6 Service types. LOA ITU-T G. service rates.105 OC-48 2. making the network controllable and reliable 1.OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 1 Introduction l Automatic end-to-end service configuration l Automatic topology discovery l Enhanced network survivability thanks to mesh networking l Service protection based on service level l Optimal arrangement of network resources thanks to traffic engineering and dynamic adjustment of logical network topologies in real time.52 Mbit/s T130. LSX ITU-T G.707 STM-4 622. and corresponding service boards supported by the OptiX OSN 9800.783 STM-256 39.

LOA ITU-T G. LOM FC400 4.51 Gbit/s LOA InfiniBand 2. LOA.12 Gbit/s T130.125 Gbit/s T401.06 Gbit/s T130. LOM FC200 2. LOA.OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 1 Introduction Service Service Type Service Rate Board Standard Catego Compliance ry GE (electrical Interface rate: T130. LOA.67 Gbit/s T130.12 Gbit/s LOM Dispersed Parallel Sysplex) Protocol OTN OTU1 2. LOM FC800 8.296 ANSI X3.230 FICON 1. LOA.71 Gbit/s T216. LSX IEEE 802.5 Gbit/s T216.51 Gbit/s T216.06 Gbit/s T130.25 Gbit/s T130. LOA. LOA. LOM ANSI X3. LOA ANSI X3. DP212.95 Gbit/s T216. LOA FICON10G 10.25 Gbit/s LOM Service rate: 1 Gbit/s 10GE WAN 9. LOM FICON8G 8.5G Architecture Release 1. DP212.3ba 100GE 103.31 Gbit/s T216.06 Gbit/s LOM IBM GDPS ( Geographically ISC 2G 2. LSC SAN FDDI 125 Mbit/s T130.25 Gbit/s T302 IEEE 802. LOA. signal) 1. LOM FC100 1. DP212.5 Gbit/s LOA InfiniBand TM 2. LOA FC1200 10.959. LSX Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 18 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. T402.10 Gbit/s T216.12 Gbit/s T130.303 FICON Express 2. LSX 40GE 41.1 OTU2 10.. LOA.5 Gbit/s T216.709 service ITU-T G. LSX FICON4G 4. .1 InfiniBand 5G 5 Gbit/s LOA ISC 1G 1.25 Gbit/s T130.2. Ltd. DP401. LOA. LOA ISO 9314 service ESCON 200 Mbit/s T130.3ae 10GE LAN 10. LSX GR-2918-CORE OTU2e 11.

001 T130.97/1. T402 Video DVB-ASI 270 Mbit/s T130.81 Gbit/s T401.02 Gbit/s T302. .485 Gbit/s T130. LOA Gbit/s Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 19 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. LSQ OTU4 111. LOA EN 50083-9 service SDI 270 Mbit/s T130. LOA Gbit/s 3G-SDI 2. LOA SMPTE 259M HD-SDI 1..49/1.97 Gbit/s T130. LOA SMPTE 424M 3G-SDIRBR 2.OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 1 Introduction Service Service Type Service Rate Board Standard Catego Compliance ry OTU3 43. Ltd. LOA SMPTE 292M HD-SDIRBR 1.001 T130.

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Wavelength multiplexing/ demultiplexing and add/drop is implemented at Layer 0. and optical power and Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 21 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. ODUk service grooming is implemented at Layer 1 and ethernet/MPLS-TP switching is implemented at Layer 2. optical amplifier (OA) boards.OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 2 Product Architecture 2. optical add/drop multiplexer (OADM) boards. Cross- connect connect board board Signal processing module (active) (standby) L2 Packets Universal line board (OTN/Packet) Client-side optical module M:N Signal processing module Packets L2 WDM-side optical module Packet service board Signal processing module ODUk OTN line board Fans External alarm Auxiliary interface External clock/ -48 V/-60 V DC Power (active) board external time NMS Power (standby) System control and communication DCN board (active) System control and communication board (standby) Backplane Control and communication bus & Clock bus Electrical signal Electrical cross-connect bus(ODUk/ODUflex) Optical-layer service Electrical cross-connect bus(packets) Functions of the modules in the figure above are as follows: l Optical-layer boards are classified into optical multiplexer and demultiplexer boards. Figure 2-1 System architecture of the OptiX OSN 9800 To line fiber L0 Optical-layer board Client-side optical module WDM-side optical module Signal processing module ODUk L1 OTN tributary board Signal processing module L1 ODUk Cross.1 System Architecture The OptiX OSN 9800 uses the L0 + L1 + L2 architecture. variable optical attenuator boards. optical spectrum analysis boards.. .

and power supply buses. Ltd. alarm output and cascading ports. l The auxiliary interface board provides functional ports such as clock/time input/output ports (reserved). l OTN tributary and OTN line boards process electrical-layer signals and perform O-E-O conversions. and power supplies are implemented using backplane buses. and forward packets. and alarm input/output ports. the board can work with a centralized cross-connect board to achieve universal transmission and fine-grained grooming of OTN and packet services. . strip. clock buses. learn MAC addresses. Parameter N66B (ETSI 600 mm Cabinet) N63B (ETSI 300 mm Cabinet) Appearance Height extension frame (optional)a Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 22 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. l As the control center of the entire system. to cross-connect wavelengths at the optical layer. The OptiX OSN 9800 uses a tributary-line-separate architecture and a centralized cross-connect unit to flexibly groom electrical-layer signals at different granularities.1 Cabinet Introduction Huawei provides two types of ETS 300-119-compliant cabinets: N66B and N63B. l Inter-board communication and service cross-connections. l Packet service board has L2 processing capabilities. l The power supply and fan systems have a redundancy protection design and ensure highly- reliable equipment operation.2. 2. In addition. These boards process optical-layer services. clock synchronization.OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 2 Product Architecture dispersion equalization boards. Backplane buses include control and communication buses. the CTU board cooperates with the network management system (NMS) to manage boards in the OptiX OSN 9800 and implement inter- subrack communication. They can add. for example..2 Hardware Architecture 2. and exchange MPLS tags. l Universal line board is used to process electrical-layer signals and perform conversion between optical and electrical signals.

8 in. fiber- routing area.3 lb.6 in.6 in. Ltd. secured with screws.8 in.) x 300 mm Height (23.5 lb. Table 2-1 describes the areas and slots in each area. unlocking the door. fan area. The equipment includes the following areas: indicator area. and system control and cross-connect board area.) x 600 frame: 2600 mm (102.6 in.) x 600 mm (23.) x 600 mm (23.) x 600 mm (23.6 lb.2 OptiX OSN 9800 U64 Subrack Subrack Areas and Slots The OptiX OSN 9800 U64 equipment has integrated the OptiX OSN 9800 U64 subrack in a cabinet and provides board slots on both the front and rear sides.) x 600 mm (23.6 in.) Standard -48 V DC or -60 V DC working voltage Working -48 V DC power source: -40 V to -57.) l Equipped with a height extension l Equipped with a height extension frame: 66 kg (145.) frame: 130 kg (286.4 in. .6 in. service board area. Boards need to be installed in the designated slots. Figure 2-2 shows the slots inside the equipment and the areas divided in the equipment.6 extension frame: 60 kg (132. Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 23 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. A key is provided for unlocking each of the doors. Side panels: They are secured with Rear door and side panels: They are screws and can be disassembled. Only the side panels can be disassembled.) x 300 mm (11.) mm (23. 2..) (11.) x 600 mm in.6 in.) Weight l Not equipped with a height l Not equipped with a height extension frame: 120 kg (264.OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 2 Product Architecture Parameter N66B (ETSI 600 mm Cabinet) N63B (ETSI 300 mm Cabinet) Doors/ Front and rear doors: They can be Front door: The door can be Panels disassembled.6 in. Door keys The door keys for all N66B cabinets and N63B cabinets are the same.) De pth dth l Equipped with a height extension l Equipped with a height extension Wi frame: 2600 mm (102.2. power and interface area.6 extension frame: 2200 mm (86.4 in. A key is provided for disassembled.6 V voltage -60 V DC power source: -48 V to -72 V range a: A 400 mm height extension frame can be placed at the top of the cabinet. which increases the height of the cabinet to 2600 mm.) lb. The equipment runs on -48 V DC or -60 V DC and is divided into different areas in which boards are powered by designated PIU boards in different slots. Dimensions l Not equipped with a height l Not equipped with a height (H x W x D) extension frame: 2200 mm (86.

OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 2 Product Architecture PIU boards are located in the power and interface area. if an area has the same background color as a PIU board. .. Figure 2-2 Schematic diagram of the areas and slots in the OptiX OSN 9800 U64 subrack Front side Rear side Indicator area PIU EFI PIU PIU Reserved PIU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU Power and IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 interface area 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 IU93 FAN IU97 FAN Fan area IU92 FAN IU96 FAN Fiber-routing area IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU Service board IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 area 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 IU78 CTU IU77 XCS IU85 XCS IU76 XCS IU84 XCS System control IU75 XCS and cross. IU83 XCS IU74 XCS connect board IU82 XCS IU73 XCS area IU81 XCS IU72 XCS IU80 XCS IU71 XCS IU79 XCS IU70 CTU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU Service board IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 area 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 Fiber-routing area IU91 FAN IU95 FAN Fan area IU90 FAN IU94 FAN Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 24 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. In Figure 2-2. Ltd. then the PIU board powers the boards located in this area.

l The EFI board provides maintenance and management interfaces.and lower- areas side fiber troughs. in each of the fiber.. one Fiber patch cords connecting to N/A . IU116: reserved The PIU boards installed back- to-back are in mutual backup. for example. Therefore. . each of the fan areas IU91 Upper portion: IU92. Servi 64 service boards Service boards need to be l On the front side: ce configured based on the service Lower portion: IU1- boar plan and all of them are installed IU16 d in the two service board areas. the PIU boards in slots IU101 and IU120. Lower portion: IU90. IU97 Fiber 2 fiber troughs. front side of the IU117-IU121 NOTE equipment. IU93 l On the rear side: Lower portion: IU94. PIU: IU111-IU115. IU48 Service boards installed in remaining slots in the two areas Upper portion: IU49- have their ejector levers on the left IU64 sides of the board front panels. Ltd. and so on.. boards are routed to the left or routi routing areas right side of the equipment ng through the upper. (Both Function Slot a on the Front and Rear Sides) Pow 1 EFI board and 10 l The PIU boards on the front l On the front side: er PIU boards to and rear sides are in mutual PIU: IU100-IU104. IU95 Upper portion: IU96. two in to ventilate the equipment. Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 25 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 2 Product Architecture Table 2-1 Descriptions of the areas and slots in the OptiX OSN 9800 U64 subrack Are Include(s) . the IU107-IU110 inter the equipment failure of any power input to EFI: IU105 face NOTE the equipment does not area affect the normal operation l On the rear side: The EFI board is located only on the of the equipment. Fan 4 fan tray The fan tray assemblies are used l On the front side: areas assemblies. the PIU boards in slots IU100 and IU121.. and distribute power to backup. Upper portion: IU17- areas NOTE IU32 Service boards installed in slots IU1-IU16 and IU33-IU48 have l On the rear side: their ejector levers on the right Lower portion: IU33- sides of the board front panels.

fiber-routing area. (Both Function Slot a on the Front and Rear Sides) Syst 2 CTU system l Cross-connect boards are l On the front side: em control boards (on configured in M:N backup XCS: IU71-IU77 contr the front side only) mode to implement cross. It also provides for inter-NE communication. power and interface area. and system control and cross-connect board area. The active system boar control board manages and d provides a clock to all other area boards in the equipment. Figure 2-3 shows the slots inside the subrack and the areas divided in the subrack. The subrack runs on -48 V DC or -60 V DC and is divided into different areas in which boards are powered by designated PIU boards in different slots.OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 2 Product Architecture Are Include(s) . CTU.. l The system control boards conn are configured in 1+1 backup ect mode.) a: The weight is measured when the equipment has no boards or fan tray assemblies installed.) x 600 mm (23. and XCS boards and fan tray assemblies must be fully configured in each subrack. Mechanical Specifications Table 2-2 lists the mechanical specifications of the OptiX OSN 9800 U64 equipment. Table 2-3 describes the areas and slots in each area. The subrack includes the following areas: indicator area.) x 600 mm (23.. PIU. . IU78 ol and 7 XCS cross.6 in.) Weighta 180 kg (396.. fan area. Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 26 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. service board area.6 in. connections for services and connect boards boards on the front and rear l On the rear side: cross sides. Table 2-2 Mechanical specifications of the OptiX OSN 9800 U64 equipment Parameter Specifications Dimensions (H x W x D) 2200 mm (86.2.6 in. CTU: IU70. XCS: IU79-IU85 .8 lb.3 OptiX OSN 9800 U32 Subrack Subrack Areas and Slots Boards need to be installed in the designated slots in the subrack. 2.

Ltd. if an area has the same background color as a PIU board. .OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 2 Product Architecture PIU boards are located in the power and interface area.. Figure 2-3 Schematic diagram of the areas and slots in the 9800 U32 subrack PIU EFI PIU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU Power and 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 interface area IU93 FAN Fan area IU92 FAN Fiber-routing area IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU Service 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 board area IU78 CTU IU77 XCS IU76 XCS IU75 XCS System control IU74 XCS and cross-connect IU73 XCS board area IU72 XCS IU71 XCS IU70 CTU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU IU Service 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 board area Fiber-routing area IU91 FAN Fan area IU90 FAN Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 27 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. In Figure 2-3. then the PIU board powers the boards located in this area.

o PIU boards to backup. Fa 4 fan tray assemblies. Therefore.and lower-side fiber ut troughs. . ea IU93 s Fi 2 fiber troughs. the PIU boards in ar slots IU101 and IU107. the PIU boards in slots IU100 e and IU106. The fan tray assemblies are used l Lower portion: IU90. the failure IU107-IU110 w distribute power to of any power input to the l EFI: IU105 er the equipment equipment does not affect the an normal operation of the d equipment. Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 28 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. routing areas right side of the subrack through ro the upper.. in g ar ea s Se 32 service boards Service boards need to be l Lower portion: IU1- rv configured based on the service IU16 ic plan and all of them are installed l Upper portion: IU17- e in the two service board areas. Service boards installed in ea remaining slots in the two areas have s their ejector levers on the left sides of the board front panels. for example. one in Fiber patch cords connecting to N/A be each of the fiber. Function Slot re a P 1 EFI board and 10 l The PIU boards are in mutual l PIU: IU100-IU104. boards are routed to the left or r. Ltd.. in NOTE te The PIU boards on the left and rf right sides of the EFI board are ac in mutual backup. IU91 ar areas l Upper portion: IU92. and so ea on.. n two in each of the fan to ventilate the equipment. l The EFI board provides maintenance and management interfaces.OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 2 Product Architecture Table 2-3 Descriptions of the areas and slots in the OptiX OSN 9800 U32 subrack A Include(s) . IU32 bo NOTE ar Service boards installed in slots IU1- d IU16 have their ejector levers on the ar right sides of the board front panels.

. Function Slot re a S 2 CTU system l Cross-connect boards are l XCS: IU71-IU77 ys control boards and 7 configured in M:N backup l CTU: IU70. and XCS boards and fan tray assemblies must be fully configured in each subrack.6 in. nn ec t bo ar d ar ea PIU.OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 2 Product Architecture A Include(s) . The active system d control board manages and cr provides a clock to all other os boards in the equipment. Mechanical Specifications Table 2-4 lists the mechanical specifications of the OptiX OSN 9800 U32 subrack.9 lb.2.) x 498 mm (19.) x 295 mm (11. IU78 te XCS cross-connect mode.8 in. Ltd. ro l The system control boards are l configured in 1+1 backup an mode. 2..4 OptiX OSN 9800 Universal Platform Subrack Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 29 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.) Weighta 68 kg (149. CTU.) a: The weight is measured when the subrack has no boards or fan tray assemblies installed. It s. Table 2-4 Mechanical specifications of the OptiX OSN 9800 U32 subrack Parameter Specifications Dimensions (H x W x D) 1900 mm (74..6 in. also provides for inter-NE co communication. The cross-connect m boards boards provide cross- co connections for service nt boards..

Board area: IU1 to IU16 are reserved for the service boards. Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 30 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 2 Product Architecture Subrack Areas and Slots Boards need to be installed in the designated slots in the subrack. two SCC boards must be inserted in slots IU1 and IU2 for backup. Ltd. l When the OptiX OSN 9800 universal platform subrack functions as a master subrack. l When the OptiX OSN 9800 universal platform subrack functions as a slave subrack. slot IU1 cannot be used to hold any service board but slot IU2 can. In this case. Figure 2-4 Slots of OptiX OSN 9800 universal platform subrack Interface IU21 EFI PWR CRI MAJ MIN STAT PROG area IU17 SCC or service board SCC or service board PIU Board IU3 IU4 IU5 IU6 IU7 IU8 IU9 IU10 IU11 IU12 IU13 IU14 IU15 IU16 Area IU18 IU1 IU2 PIU Fiber-routing area IU19 Fan Fan Air filter Mutual backup Interface area: The EFI board provides maintenance and management interfaces. fiber-routing area. . Slots of OptiX OSN 9800 universal platform subrack are shown in Figure 2-4. Fiber-routing area: Fiber jumpers from the ports on the front panel of each board are routed to the fiber cabling area before being routed on a side of the cabinet. board area. slots IU1 and IU2 can be used to house service boards. When the subrack is equipped with only one SCC board.. the SCC board is not required. and fan area. Mechanical Specifications Table 2-5 lists the mechanical specifications of the OptiX OSN 9800 universal platform subrack. The subrack includes the following areas: interface area.

) Weighta 8 kg (17.2..6 in.5 Board OptiX OSN 9800 U64/U32 Board Category OptiX OSN 9800 U64/U32 boards are described by type. Ltd.4 in. a board list for each type is provided for quick reference.6 lb.) a: The weight is measured when the subrack has no boards or fan tray assemblies installed.) × 397mm (15. .5 in. Before boards are described in details.OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 2 Product Architecture Table 2-5 Mechanical specifications of the OptiX OSN 9800 universal platform subrack Parameter Specifications Dimensions (W x D x H) 442 mm (17.) × 291 mm (11. Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 31 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. 2.

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OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 2 Product Architecture Fan OptiX OSN 9800 Universal Platform Subrack OptiX OSN 9800 universal platform subrack boards are described by type.. OTU Boards Table 2-15 Regeneration boards that the OptiX OSN 9800 universal platform subrack supports Board Board Description Name TN11LO 8 x any-rate MUX OTU2 wavelength conversion board A TN12LO 8x multi-service multiplexing & optical wavelength conversion board M TN12LSC 100Gbit/s wavelength conversion board / TN13LSC TN11LSQ 40 Gbit/s wavelength conversion board TN14LSX 10 Gbit/s wavelength conversion board Regeneration Boards Table 2-16 Regeneration boards that the OptiX OSN 9800 universal platform subrack supports Board Board Description Name TN52ND 2 x 10G line service processing board 2 Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 34 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Before boards are described in details. Ltd. . a board list for each type is provided for quick reference.

Ltd.OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 2 Product Architecture Board Board Description Name TN55NO 8 x 10G line service processing board 2 TN53NQ 4 x 10G line service processing board 2 TN54NS3 1 x 40G line service processing board / TN56NS3 TN54NS4 1 x 100G line service processing board / TN56NS4 Optical Multiplexer and Demultiplexer Boards Table 2-17 Optical multiplexer and demultiplexer boards that the OptiX OSN 9800 universal platform subrack supports Board Board Description Name TN11D40 40-port demultiplexer board / TN12D40 TN11M4 40-port multiplexer board 0/ TN12M4 0 TN11M4 40-port multiplexer board with VOA 0V/ TN12M4 0V/ TN13M4 0V TN11ITL Interleaver board TN12FIU Fiber interface unit / TN13FIU / TN14FIU TN11SFI Fiber interface unit for synchronous timing U Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 35 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.. .

. Ltd.OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 2 Product Architecture Reconfigurable Optical Add/Drop Multiplexer Boards Table 2-18 Reconfigurable optical add/drop multiplexer boards that the OptiX OSN 9800 universal platform subrack supports Board Board Description Name TN11RD 9-port ROADM demultiplexer board U9 TN12TD2 20-port tunable demultiplexer board 0 TN11TM 20-port tunable multiplexer board 20 TN12WS 9-port wavelength selective switching demultiplexer board D9/ TN13WS D9 TN12WS 9-port wavelength selective switching multiplexer board M9/ TN13WS M9 TN11WS 4-port wavelength selective switching multiplexer and demultiplexer board MD4/ TN12WS MD4 TN11WS 9-port wavelength selective switching multiplexer and demultiplexer board MD9 Optical Amplifier Boards Table 2-19 Optical amplifier boards that the OptiX OSN 9800 universal platform subrack supports Board Board Description Name TN11CRP Case-shape Raman pump amplifier unit for C-band C TN11DA Double optical amplifier unit with the OSC S1 TN11HB High-power booster amplifier board A Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 36 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co..

OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 2 Product Architecture Board Board Description Name TN12OA Optical amplifier unit U1/ TN13OA U1 TN12OB Optical amplifier unit U1 TN12OB Optical amplifier unit U2 TN11RA Backward Raman and erbium doped fiber hybrid optical amplifier unit U1 TN11RA Backward Raman and erbium doped fiber hybrid optical amplifier unit U2 System Control and Communication Boards Table 2-20 System control and communication boards that the OptiX OSN 9800 universal platform subrack supports Board Board Description Name TN52SCC System control and communication board Optical Supervisory Channel (OSC) Boards Table 2-21 Optical supervisory channel boards that the OptiX OSN 9800 universal platform subrack supports Board Board Description Name TN11HS High power unidirectional OSC board C1 TN12SC1 Unidirectional OSC board TN12SC2 Bidirectional OSC board TN11ST2 Bidirectional OSC and timing transmission board Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 37 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. .. Ltd.

. . Ltd.OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 2 Product Architecture Optical Protection Boards Table 2-22 Optical Protection board that the OptiX OSN 9800 universal platform subrack supports Board Board Description Name TN11DC 2-channel optical path protection unit P/ TN12DC P TN12OLP Optical line protection unit Spectrum Analyzer Boards Table 2-23 Spectrum analyzer boards that the OptiX OSN 9800 universal platform subrack supports Board Board Description Name TN11MC 4-port spectrum analyzer board A4 TN11MC 8-port spectrum analyzer board A8 TN11OP 8-port optical power monitoring board M8/ TN12OP M8 TN11WM Wavelength monitoring unit U Variable Optical Attenuator Boards Table 2-24 Variable optical attenuator boards that the OptiX OSN 9800 universal platform subrack supports Board Board Description Name TN12VA 1-port variable optical attenuator unit 1 TN12VA 4-port variable optical attenuator unit 4 Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 38 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.

. .OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 2 Product Architecture Dispersion Compensation Boards Table 2-25 Dispersion compensation boards that the OptiX OSN 9800 universal platform subrack supports Board Board Description Name TN11DC Dispersion compensation unit U TN11TD Single-wavelength tunable-dispersion compensation board C Interface Boards Table 2-26 Interface board that the OptiX OSN 9800 universal platform subrack supports Board Board Description Name TN18EFI EMI filter interface board Power Supply Boards Table 2-27 Power supply board that the OptiX OSN 9800 universal platform subrack supports Board Board Description Name TN18PIU DC power interface unit Fan Table 2-28 Fan tray assembly that the OptiX OSN 9800 universal platform subrack supports Board Board Description Name TN18FA Fan tray assembly N Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 39 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd.

you only need to replace an optical module when it becomes faulty or when another service type is required. . When pluggable optical modules are used.6 Pluggable Optical Modules The OptiX OSN 9800 supports five types of pluggable optical modules: enhanced small form- factor pluggable (eSFP) modules. small form-factor pluggable plus (SFP+) modules. Ltd.OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 2 Product Architecture ROPA Subsystem Units Table 2-29 ROPA subsystem units that the OptiX OSN 9800 universal platform subrack supports Board Board Description Name TN11GF Gain flatness unit U TN11RG ROPA gain unit U TN11RO ROPA pumping unit P 2. second-generation of 100 Gb/s form-factor Pluggable (CFP2) modules and 120 Gb/s eXtended- capability form-factor pluggable (CXP) modules.2. 10 Gbit/s small form-factor pluggable (XFP) modules.. Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 40 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. 100 Gb/s form-factor pluggable (CFP) modules.

Ltd. . Figure 3-1 shows an example of a network management structure with Huawei equipment deployed.and intra-NE communication management.OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 3 Network Management 3 Network Management This topic describes the network management system (NMS). as well as inter.. Figure 3-1 Network management structure Primary Secondary U2000 U2000 External DCN Site D Site E Site A Site C Master Site F U2000 Site B Web LCT Slave Slave GNE Non-GNE Switch Router Subrack Fiber Network cable Network management involves the following: l NMS: U2000 and U2000 Web LCT l Inter-NE communication: Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 41 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.

It also provides end-to- end management based on user-defined requirements. GNEs. Network Management System The OptiX equipment series is uniformly managed by the network management system (NMS). The Web LCT provides the ability to configure and maintain individual NEs. This mode saves IP resources and displays multiple subracks as a single NE Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 42 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. users can install the Web LCT on a PC for onsite equipment management. GNEs. the master-slave subrack mode is used to unify the management of these subracks. l An external DCN is a local area network (LAN) or a wide area network (WAN) and uses the TCP/IP protocol for communication. and topology. A DCN consists of NMSs. The portion between an NMS and GNEs is the external DCN. and exchange information over Ethernet channels (provided by NM ports on the CTU boards) using the HWECC or IP over DCC protocol. NMSs. . electric supervisory channels (ESCs). – NEs at sites A and C are designated as gateway NEs (GNEs) and are connected to an external data communication network (DCN) through a switch or router to achieve communication with the NMS. l An internal DCN provides communication between NEs using the HCP/IP protocol. Ltd. as well as all configurations and alarms for the entire optical transmission system. Intra-NE Communication Management Intra-NE communication management is implemented through a master-slave subrack configuration. The OptiX OSN 9800 supports master-slave subrack management. The NE at site A has three subracks (one master connected to two slaves).OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 3 Network Management – NEs between sites A and F are interconnected with fibers and exchange information over ESC/OSC channels using the HWECC or IP over DCC protocol. l Intra-NE communication: On each NE at sites A to F. and ensures reasonable utilization of network resources. The NMS manages equipment performance. The protocol packets are transmitted over optical supervisory channels (OSCs). non-GNEs. or Ethernet channels channels. users can install the U2000 at a network management center (NMC) for remote equipment management. it integrates a standard management information model as well as an object- oriented management technology. In compliance with ITU-T Recommendations. In most cases. the master and slave subracks implement intra-NE communication. Inter-NE Communication Management Inter-NE communication management is implemented through a DCN. and the connections between them. In most cases. All the other NEs are designated as non-GNEs and communicate with the NMS through a GNE.. and the portion between the NEs is the internal DCN. The NMS uses two different pieces of network management software: iManager U2000 (U2000) and iManager U2000 Web LCT (Web LCT). – Some NEs at certain site (such as. When a single NE requires multiple subracks. NEs at site B) are interconnected with network cables (usually when optical and electrical NEs are separate). It provides communication between NMSs and between the NMS server and GNEs. security. and NEs are nodes of the DCN. lowers maintenance costs. The NMS maintains all NE equipment in a network. The NMS improves network quality. communication.

Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 43 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. The OptiX OSN 9800 can be configured as the master or a slave subrack on this NE..OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 3 Network Management on the U2000. Ltd. .

and locate faults on packet switched networks and notify related NEs of the faults.. Alarms and The OptiX OSN 9800 provides various alarms and performance events. MPLS-TP is the acronym for multiprotocol label switching transport profile. ETH-OAM ETH-OAM provides various operation. performance which enables the user to implement administration and maintenance. Table 4-1 Operation and maintenance functions Item Description End-to-end The OptiX OSN 9800 supports end-to-end OTN service configurations service management. so the NEs perform immediate protection switching. identify. and maintenance (OAM) approaches for Ethernet services and links on WDM and OTN networks. Ltd. PRBS test A board that supports the pseudo random binary sequence (PRBS) test function is equivalent to a simple tester that transmits data to itself. The user can perform a PRBS test during deployment or fault location to determine if a service channel is faulty without using a tester. and implements automatic management of a network. monitoring Loopback Loopbacks verify a service on a segment-by-segment basis. which simplifies the configuration process. MPLS-TP OAM MPLS-TP operation. shortens configuration network deployment time.OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 4 Operation and Maintenance 4 Operation and Maintenance Table 4-1 describes the operation and maintenance functions supported by the OptiX OSN 9800. Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 44 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. providing an effective means of troubleshooting a network. MPLS-TP OAM functionality helps improve network reliability. administration. . achieving convenient and efficient deployment commissioning and routine OAM. administration and maintenance (OAM) can effectively detect.

the user can deploy resources and build a bandwidth pool to speed up service provisioning. the old codes are replaced with new codes.OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 4 Operation and Maintenance Item Description Test frame A test frame is a data packet that is used to test connectivity of a network that bears Ethernet services. or 100 Gbit/s signals. Hot patch Hot patches fix a known defect or apply a new requirement without shutting down and restarting the OptiX OSN 9800. device maintenance. The user can load. It monitors bandwidth and generates a warning when detecting resource insufficiency. This feature helps achieve quick deployment commissioning. One-click data The user can use the one-click data collection function to collect fault and collection performance data of faulty equipment at one time. test frames help users to check network connectivity. 40 Gbit/s. activate. Power Supply The OptiX OSN 9800 uses an intelligent power supply pool and supports Management visualized power consumption management.. Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 45 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. After a hot patch is loaded. enabling on-demand power capacity expansion. OSNR detection The system supports online OSNR monitoring for a wavelength carrying10 Gbit/s. Tunable The OptiX OSN 9800 provides wavelength-tunable line boards that carry wavelengths 10 Gbit/s. and manage NE- level software in a centralized manner. and fault diagnosis. Jitter The OptiX OSN 9800 maximizes jitter suppression by placing a jitter suppression suppression unit between the optical receive module and the optical function transmit module on its optical transponder units (OTUs). simplifying package loading software upgrade operations. or 100 Gbit/s signals. Orderwire The orderwire provides voice communication for the operation engineers Function or maintenance engineers at different stations. . Upon receiving the warning. If a test instrument is unavailable on site. Bandwidth The network management system (NMS) provides visual bandwidth management management. Ltd. 40 Gbit/s. Software The OptiX OSN 9800 supports software package loading.

Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 46 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co.2 Environment Protection The OptiX OSN 9800 is designed to ensure sustainable development.1 Power Saving 5.OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 5 Power Saving and Environment Protection 5 Power Saving and Environment Protection About This Chapter 5.. All parts and packaging comply with related standards and can be recycled and reused. . Ltd.

the cross-connect bus designated for the service board is shut down. Idle Boards Idle Portsa Connect Bus Normal mode Y N N Power-saving Y Y N mode Enhanced Y Y Y power-saving mode a: This mode is supported only by the T216 board.1. l Idle ports: – This measure applies to idle pluggable optical modules. the laser on this port is turned off automatically. When a port holding such a module is unused. Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 47 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. Table 5-1 Power saving measures Power Saving Power Saving Measure Mode Idle Cross.1 Static Power Saving The following power saving measures are taken when designing the OptiX OSN 9800: l Reduced power consumption thanks to the improved chip manufacturing process l Use of efficient secondary power modules l Normalization of 10G optical modules to XFP modules 5.1. the cross-connect bus designated for a service board is available only after the service board is added. . and no power is applied to the boards. Ltd. – Power saving for ports depends on whether the ports are provisioned with services.OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 5 Power Saving and Environment Protection 5. In other words.. and enhanced power-saving mode.2 Dynamic Power Saving Users can perform power saving configurations on the NMS to precisely manage power consumption. service boards automatically enter the power saving state. Power saving measures are detailed as follows: l Idle cross-connect bus: Before a service board is added. l Idle boards: Before logical boards are added. power-saving mode. The NMS provides three power saving modes: normal mode. Table 5-1 describes the power saving measures of these three modes.1 Power Saving 5.

3 Control and Monitoring of Power Saving Status The U2000 enables users to control and monitor the power saving status of NEs.OptiX OSN 9800 Intelligent Optical Transport Platform Product Overview 5 Power Saving and Environment Protection Heat dissipation is also an effective way for the OptiX OSN 9800 to save power. In auto mode. current power consumption. current power consumption of a subrack. and current power consumption of a board. the NE implements separate and stepless fan speed adjustment automatically based on the board temperature. nominal power consumption of a subrack. l Labels on the equipment can be easily removed. l The U2000 provides a report of networkwide NE power information. 5. Ltd.1. The OptiX OSN 9800 provides an adjustable fan speed mode and an auto fan speed mode. and high speed. Users can operate them with ordinary tools. the speed of the fans in the low-temperature partition is automatically adjusted to a low level for power saving. All parts and packaging comply with related standards and can be recycled and reused. All components and packaging are provided with standard labels to facilitate recycling and reuse. l Huawei guarantees that the volume of the package containing the OptiX OSN 9800 and accessories is no more than three times that of the equipment.. medium speed. In adjustable mode. 5. l Plugs and connectors are included with the equipment. nominal power consumption of a board. Issue 01 (2013-08-10) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential 48 Copyright © Huawei Technologies Co. such as the nominal power consumption. current power consumption of an NE. For example. the fan speed can be manually set to three levels: low speed. mean power saved. Some identification information like silkscreen is printed directly onto the front panels or subracks. l The OptiX OSN 9800 is designed for easy disassembling. l Users can query the nominal power consumption of an NE.2 Environment Protection The OptiX OSN 9800 is designed to ensure sustainable development. and annual power saved of each NE. . l All mechanical plastic parts of over 25 g are labeled according to the standards of ISO 11469 and ISO 1043-1 to ISO 1043-4.