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GigabitEthernet,4Ckt.,L1,GBIC,XC/XC-VT/XC-10G REMANUFACTURED
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    G-Series Gigabit Ethernet Card (G1K-4)
    for Cisco ONS 15454 SONET/SDH MSPP

    The G-Series Gigabit Ethernet card for the ONS 15454 platform enables the delivery of carrier-class, private line Ethernet services. The ONS 15454 enables service providers and enterprise customers to seamlessly migrate their networks, from offering/transporting TDM services, or Ethernet/ATM over TDM, to Ethernet services over a single network, eliminating the operation of multiple overlay networks to support currently deployed services. Gigabit Ethernet Networking Flexibility in the Optical Metro Network.

    Figure 1

    Cisco G-Series Gigabit Ethernet Card.

     

    The Cisco ONS 15454 is the industry's leading metro optical transport platform, with over 1000 customers and 30,000 systems deployed worldwide. The ONS 15454 combines supercharged SONET/SDH transport, integrated optical networking including ITU Grid Wavelengths and DWDM, unprecedented multiservice interfaces on demand including Ethernet and TDM to deliver radical economic benefits to service providers. The ONS 15454 provides the functions of multiple network elements in a single platform. As part of Cisco's unrivaled IP+Optical product line, the ONS 15454 combines the capacity of optical transport with the intelligence of IP to cost-effectively deliver next generation voice and data services.

    Cisco's metro optical transport leadership also extends to Ethernet service capability. The ONS 15454 began offering Ethernet service capabilities in early 1999. Service providers want to provide Ethernet to their customers due to its lower cost, ubiquitous service, and bandwidth scalability. A key differentior for service providers is their ability to offer TDM, Ethernet, and IP based services to their customers.

    With the introduction of a new four-port Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) card, model G1K-4, for the ONS 15454 Optical Transport Platform, service providers can now deliver Gigabit media flexibility without building an overlay network or redesigning their existing SONET infrastructure. The unprecedented TDM capabilities of the ONS 15454, combined with high density DWDM optics and the evolutionary four-port GigE card, enables service providers to deliver on the key market differentiators needed to ensure their success.

    Product Overview

    The Cisco ONS 15454 G-Series Gigabit Ethernet card is a four-port, 1000 Mbps Ethernet module using pluggable Gigabit Ethernet interface converter (GBIC) optical modules for the flexible interface support to multiple types of client equipment. The G-Series card has four "virtual" SONET/SDH interfaces that can be mapped to optical transport cards via the cross-connect cards within the ONS 15454 chassis. These virtual ports are scalable in size from STS-1 (~50 Mbps) to STS-24c/VC-4-8c (~1.25 Gbps), or an aggregate of 2.5 Gbps total virtual port bandwidth per card.

    There are two operating modes for the G-Series card, cross-connected and transponder. In cross-connected mode, the Gigabit Ethernet client interfaces each get encapsulated into a SONET/SDH payload and exits the G-Series card through the virtual ports for cross-connection to the optical interfaces, outlined in Figure 2.

    Figure 2

    G-Series Cross-Connected Operating Mode

     

    The G-Series payloads can be transported over protected circuits (UPSR, path protected mesh network (PPMN), BLSR, and 1+1) or unprotected circuits, providing the level of resiliency specified by the network administrator or available bandwidth.

    In transponder operating mode, the Gigabit Ethernet client interfaces each get directed, within the G-Series card, to another Gigabit Ethernet client interface on the same G-series card, never accessing the SONET/SDH encapsulation process or the virtual ports, as detailed in Figure 3.

    Figure 3

    G-Series Transponder Operating Mode

     

    This enables a wideband optical signal from a switch/router/server to be converted to a CWDM or a DWDM wavelength to deliver a scalable transport solution for Gigabit Ethernet based services (see Figure 4).

    Figure 4

    G-Series Transponder Application

     

    The transponder mode will support both bidirectional and unidirectional Gigabit Ethernet signals, enabling servicing of different application types (Figures 5).

    Figure 5

    G-Series Unidirectional Transponder Modes

     

    Applications

    The Cisco ONS 15454 G-Series product provides the flexibility to meet the demands of a wide variety of network applications found within many customer networks. The following diagrams outline a few of the applications that can be met using the G-Series cards.

    Reliable Enterprise Networking

    The ONS 15454 equipped with the G-series card allows the enterprise user to build a highly reliable, multiservice network to support their video, voice, and data network (see Figure 6). Additionally, the ONS 15454 based network provides the flexibility to support traditional TDM based services along with Ethernet services, enabling a evolutionary network growth versus a revolutionary, risky implementation. The ONS 15454 provides transport scalability from 155 Mbps (OC-3/STM-1) up to 320 Gbps (32 wavelength of 10 Gbps), positioning the enterprise network for future growth.

    Figure 6

    Reliable Enterprise Networking

     

    Service providers can also leverage CWDM and DWDM GBICs in the G-Series card to allow for a scalable access network, as shown in Figure 7.

    Figure 7

    Service Provider Scalable Access Network Using Gigabit Ethernet Wavelengths

     

    Private Line Gigabit Ethernet

    Metropolitan networks deliver services to end user customers. As such, a metropolitan network that supports a wide range of service capabilities will allow the service provider to offer a tariff mix to meet the customer's needs. The Cisco ONS 15454 provides the foundation for building an advanced multiservice network over an extremely reliable SONET/SDH infrastructure (see Figure 8). The G-Series Gigabit Ethernet card enables the delivery of data services, such as transparent LAN services (TLS) or Internet access, over a carrier-class optical infrastructure supporting traditional TDM services. The G-Series solution enables the service provider to offer a wide variety of Ethernet service-level agreements (SLA), using the scalable transport capability and network protection via SONET path protection, BLSR, Linear 1+1, or unprotected transport capabilities offered by the platform. It is also very important for the network to be manageable and usable by the service provider's technicians. The provisioning of an Ethernet circuit over a G-Series equipped network is easy by leveraging the ONS 15454's embedded A-Z circuit provisioning wizard for network level circuit creation. The G-Series card also supports TL-1 based provisioning to simplify integration with many embedded service provider management systems.

    Figure 8

    Ethernet Private Line Application

     

    Cable Television Data Transport

    Cable television operators are experiencing rapid growth of subscribers to their data services. According to the National Cable Television association (NCTA), data cable subscriptions grew 337 percent from January 2000 to January 2002. The Cisco ONS 15454 with G-Series module provides a solution to transport the growing data requirements of the cable television networks. The Cisco solution will enable the cable operator to distribute the data traffic, using the G-Series modules, from the master headend to the multiple secondary headends (SHE) using a fully protected SONET/SDH/DWDM transport network (see Figure 9). The ONS 15454 platform supports in-service bandwidth upgrades, and is scalable from 155 Mbps to 10 Gbps and supports DWDM, so meeting data growth demands is easily met.

    Figure 9

    Cable Television Data Networking

     

    The above are just a few of the applications that can be cost-effectively deployed leveraging the ONS 15454 with the G-Series modules.

    Flexible Gigabit Networking

    The ONS 15454 coupled with the G-series gigabit Ethernet card, provides the following capabilities:

    No Overlay Networks

    Carrier Class Ethernet

    50 ms via SONET/SDH Protection

    Client Interface Protection Leveraging Gigabit Etherchannel/Link Aggregation on Connected Devices (see Figure 8)

    Hitless Software Upgrades

    Integrated DWDM

    Seamless, Remote GE Circuit Bandwidth Upgrades via integrated Cisco Transport Controller (CTC)

    Efficient Gigabit Packing, up to 256-wire speed GE per METRO ring (OC-192/STM-16 ITU Optics @ 100 GHz)

    Multiple Management options with CTC, Cisco Transport Manager (CTM), TL1 (for SONET only), and SNMP

    Figure 10

    Carrier Class Ethernet

     

    Managing the Optical Transport Platforms

    Provisioning and managing an optical transport device with CTM's Java-based graphical user interface (GUI) is easier than ever. CTM is the carrier-class element management system (EMS) for the Cisco ONS 15000 series product line. CTM provides advanced capabilities in the functional management areas of configuration, faults, performance, and security for Cisco optical network elements, subnetworks, and networks. CTM is based on a client/server architecture that scales to support up to 1000 network elements and 100 simultaneous clients. CTM is a key enabler for automation of the OSS through the northbound interfaces to a network management system (NMS) or operations support system (OSS).

    Figure 11

    VPN Scalability

     

    Cisco Transport Manager

    Scalable client/server element management system (EMS) for Cisco optical transport products

    Integrated element manager for Cisco 15xxx optical platforms

    Java-based client, Solaris-based server, Oracle database

    Full fault, configuration, performance, and security management

    Tree-based network explorer, topology map, graphical cross-connect map

    CORBA, TL1(for SONET only), SNMP northbound interfaces for OSS integration

    CTM support for 15454 SDH with CTM r3.1

    Cisco Transport Controller

    Integrated Java-based node and sub-network control

    Consistent GUI for Cisco ONS 15454 and Cisco ONS 15327

    Full node control: provisioning, alarm, maintenance, performance

    Sub-net control: auto-discovery, topology map with drill-down, A-Z circuit provisioning, sub-net alarm control

    TL-1 (for SONET)

    Support for fault, inventory, provisioning, and performance

    SNMP

    Support for fault, inventory, and performance monitoring

    Features and Specifications

    Compact Design

    Single width card slot design for increased shelf flexibility and scalability

    Up to 12 G-Series cards per shelf assembly

    Up to 16 line-rate (or 32 sub line-rate) GE circuits per shelf over 2 protected 10 Gbps SONET/SDH DWDM wavelengths

    Up to 64 line-rate (or 128 sub line-rate) GE circuits per seven foot bay over 8 SONET/SDH DWDM wavelengths

    Up to 24/48 bidirectional/unidirectional transponder Gigabit Ethernet circuits per shelf assembly

    Up to 96/192 bidirectional/unidirectional transponder Gigabit Ethernet circuits per ANSI 7 foot bay

    Data Architecture Options

    Point-to-point

    Hub and spoke via multiple circuits

    Optical Transport Options

    UPSR/SNCP

    2F- and 4F-BLSR/MS-SPR

    APS/SNC (1+1 uni- or bidirectional)

    Path Protected Mesh Networking (PPMN)

    Unprotected (0+1)

    Regulatory Compliance1

     
    SONET/ANSI System
    SDH/ETSI System

    Countries

    Canada

    USA

    Mexico

    Korea

    Japan

    EU

    EU

    Australia

    New Zealand

     Singapore

    China

    Mexico

    Hong Kong

    Korea

    EMC Emissions (Radiated, conducted)

    ICES-003

    GR-1089-CORE

    47CFR15

    VCCI V-3/2000.04

    CISPR24

    EN 300 386-TC

    EN50081-1

    EN55022

    AS/NZS3548, Amendment 1 + 2 1995

    EMC Immunity

    GR-1089-CORE

    CISPR24

    EN50082-2

    EN300-386-TC

    EN55024

    Safety

    CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60950-00 Third Ed., 12/1/2002

    GR-1089-CORE

    GR-63-CORE

    TS001

    UL 60950 Third Ed., 12/1/2000

    EN60950 (to A4)

    IEC60950/EN60950, 3rd Ed.

    AS/NZS3260 Supplement 1,2,3,4, 1997

    Environmental

    GR-63-CORE

    AT&T Network Equipment Design Specification (NEDs)

    ETS 300-019 (Class 3.1E) (Note 2)

    Structural Dynamics

    GR-63-CORE

    AT&T Network Equipment Design Specification (NEDs)

    ETS 300-019 (Class 3.1E) (Note 2)

    Power and Grounding

    SBC (TP76200MP)

    ETS 300-132-1 (DC power)

    ETS 300-253 (grounding)

    1. Equipment homologation will occur in stages. Please contact your account manager to determine if country homologation has been completed.

     

     

    Table 1  System Requirements

    ComponentONS 15454 SONETONS 15454 SDH
    Processor

    TCC +, TCC2

    TCCI, TCC2

    Cross-connect

    XC, XC-VT, XC-10G

    XC-10G, XC-VXL-10G, XC-VXL-2.5G

    Shelf Assembly

    NEBS/NEBS3E/ANSI versions with appropriate fan tray assembly

    ETSI version with SDH 48V fan tray assembly

    System Software

    R3.2.0 or greater1 , 2

    R3.3.0 or greater2

    Slot Compatibility

    XC & XC-VT: slots 5, 6, 12, 13

    XC-10G: slots 1 to 6, 12 to 17

    XC-10G, XC-VXL-2.5G, XC-VXL-10G: slots 1 to 6, 12 to 17

    1 Operation with XC or XC-VT cross-connect card requires G-1K-4 card and a minimum of Release 4.0 software.

    1 2. Transponder mode, CWDM and DWDM GBICs require R4.1.0 or greater software.

     

     

    Table 2  Specifications

    AttributeG-1K-4 Specification
    Client Interfaces
    Ports

    Card

    Shelf (max 12 cards)

    Rack (max 4 shelves)

    4 GBIC slots (SX, LX, ZX, CWDM, DWDM)

    Up to 48 (12 cards)

    Up to 192

    Speed

    1000 Mbps

    Auto negotiation of duplex mode

    Yes

    Flow control - pause (802.x)

    symmetric (asymmetric < R4.0)

    SONET/SDH Virtual Interfaces
    Ports

    4

    Speed

    SONET: STS-1, -3c, -6c, -9c, -12c, -24c, -48c

    SDH: VC-4, -4-2c, -4-3c, -4-4c, -4-8c, -4-16c

    Maximum Card Bandwidth

    SONET: STS-48

    SDH: VC-4-16

    Encapsulation

    LAN Extension Protocol (LEX)

    Circuit type

    Point-to-point only (no shared packet ring)

    Network Protection Types

    Ring - UPSR/SNCP, BLSR/MS-SPR (2-fiber and 4-fiber)

    Linear - 1+1 APS/SNC

    Mesh protection - Path protected mesh networking

    Unprotected - 0 + 1

    Ethernet
    VLAN

    Transparent

    Spanning tree

    Transparent

    MTU sizes

    64 to 10,000 bytes

    Link Aggregation

    Client Interfaces

    Virtual Interfaces

    Transparent

    Transparent

    Performance
    64 to 10,000 byte frames

    Line rate (@ STS-24c/VC4-8c)

    Statistics
    Ethernet Ports

    Receive

    Transmit

    Virtual ports (SONET/SDH)

    Link status

    Packets, bytes, total errors, giants, FCS errors, runts, jabbers, alignment errors, pause, packets dropped - internal congestion

    Packets, bytes, pause, packets dropped - internal congestion

    HDLC errors

    Management Interfaces
    Data

    Cisco transport controller (CTC) window

    SNMP traps

    Transport (SONET/SDH)

    CTC or TL-1 via Telnet or serial port

    SNMP traps and TL-1 autonomous messages

    Card LEDs

    Failure (FAIL)

    Status (ACT)

    Port LEDs (per port)

    Link/Activity (LINK/ACT)

    Red

    Green

    Amber/Green (flash)

    Performance Monitoring
    SONET (virtual ports)

    Path termination device (PTE).

    The following SONET/SDH path alarms are supported:

    Code violations (CV-P)

    Errored seconds (ES-P)

    Failure counts (FC-P)

    Severely errored seconds (SES-P)

    Unavailable seconds (UAS-P)

    Path trace (J1 byte) - Transmit and receive

    SNMP Traps

    Spanning Tree Protocol traps: Bridge-MIB (RFC 1493)

    Authentication trap: RFC 1157

    Link-up and Link-down traps for Ethernet ports: IF-MIB (RFC 1573) & SONET

    SDH MIB (RFC 2558)

    Power
    Card

    63 watts (GBICs included)

    Physical
    Size

    Single card slot

    32.13 H x 1.83 W x 22.86 D (cm)

    12.65 H x 0.72 W x 9.00 D (inches)

    Weight

    0.9 kg

    2.1 lb

    Operating environment
    Temperature1

    -5 to +55°C

    23 to +131°F

    Humidity

    5 to 95%, non-condensing

    Storage environment
    Temperature

    -40 to +85° C

    -40 to +185° F

    Humidity

    5 to 95%, non-condensing

    1 The ZX GBICs are only qualified in the temperature range from -5 to +50° Celsius. The operating temperature range with DWDM GBICs is -5 to +40 C and requires the latest G1K-4 card revision shipping at R4.1 FCS. See release notes for more details.

     

     

    Table 3  Throughput Performance (as a percent of GE interface speed)

    Transport Circuit Size
    Frame Size Bytes
    STS1
    (SONET only)
    STS3c/VC-4
    STS6c/VC4-2c
    STS9c/VC4-3c
    STS12c/VC4-4c
    STS24c/VC-4-8c
    STS48c/VC-4-16c
    64

    5%

    15%

    30%

    45%

    60%

    100%

    100%

    128

    5%

    15%

    30%

    45%

    60%

    100%

    100%

    256

    5%

    15%

    30%

    45%

    60%

    100%

    100%

    512

    5%

    15%

    30%

    45%

    60%

    100%

    100%

    1024

    5%

    15%

    30%

    45%

    60%

    100%

    100%

    1280

    5%

    15%

    30%

    45%

    60%

    100%

    100%

    1518

    5%

    15%

    30%

    45%

    60%

    100%

    100%

    10,000

    5%

    15%

    30%

    45%

    60%

    100%

    100%

     

     

    Table 4  Ordering Information

    Part NumberDescription
    15454-G1K-4

    1000 Mbps Ethernet card, 4 GBIC slots, L1 transport, SONET system

    15454E-G1K-4

    1000 Mbps Ethernet card, 4 GBIC slots, L1 transport, SDH system

    Additional Information

    SKU 15454-G1K-4-RF
    Weight (Kg) 1
    Datasheet URL http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/optical/ps2006/products_data_sheet09186a0080155c97.html
    Condition Refresh
    Module Type Optical Networking Module

    15454-G1K-4-RF

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