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1 ATM IADs Presented by: CBNetworks Technical Support

2 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 2 Agenda Introducing RAD IADs LA-110, LA-104, LA-130 LA-110 Interfaces (S/W version 3.x) Network Interfaces & Features User Interfaces & Features Target applications Management Diagnostics and Troubleshooting Summary

3 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 3 LA-110 Multi-service Dedicated Integrated Access Device Available today Beta Q3/2006 LA-130 High speed ATM Integrated Access Device LA-104 LAN High speed ATM Integrated Access Device Available today LA-110/IMA Multi-service Dedicated high speed Integrated Access Device Available today Introducing RAD’s ATM IADs Family

4 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 4 Introducing RAD IADs PSTN VGW Voice Gateway Converts ATM-based voice traffic to Circuit Based voice traffic and vice versa DSLAM BAS Internet DSLAM – xDSL Access Multiplexer Concentrates xDSL lines over STM-1 BAS – Broadband Access Server Interfaces between ATM and IP networks LA-110 LAN PBX ACE ATM

5 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 5 Introducing RAD IAD’s: LA-110 Phase III Overview SHDSL ADSL E1 IMA 4 ISDN S0 4 POTS 1 E1 1 T1 1 LAN interface Internal “Wide range” AC+DC power supply VAC -48 – 60VDC 1 data port V.35/X.21 User Network

6 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 6 IMA over SHDSL (4 pairs) IMA over E1/T1 LAN interface External AC/DC power supply Introducing RAD IAD’s: LA-104 IMA =IMA IMA = Inverse Multiplexing over ATM UserNetwork

7 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 7 Introducing RAD IAD’s LA-130 IMA over SHDSL (4W) E1 ports: IMA UNI CES (max 2) STM-1 (Phase 4.x) 4 Eth ports Internal “Wide range” AC+DC power supply VAC -48 – 60VDC User Network User

8 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 8 Introducing RAD IAD’s FR Applications FR to FR over ATM (FRF.5) FR to ATM (FRF.8) Leased Line/CES Applications Serial (V.35/X.21) Bit Stream over ATM Unframed E1 over ATM Fractional E1/T1 over ATM E1/T1 to Serial Bit Stream E1 UNI connection over ATM LAN Applications Routing: FireWall, NAT, DHCP etc. Bridging: VLAN aware/unaware, VLAN Stacking/Stripping VoDSL Applications FXS: Fax, Modem ISDN PRI ATM IAD FAX LAN LA-110 PHONE PBX E1 V.35 ATM IAD LA-110 Router

9 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 9 Agenda Introducing RAD IADs LA-110 Interfaces (S/W version 3.x) Network Interfaces & Features User Interfaces & Features Target applications Management Diagnostics and Troubleshooting Summary

10 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 10 Network Interface: LA-110 SHDSL Data Rates: n x 64 kbps up to W / 4.6 4W GlobeSpan 2.31 firmware, final stages towards 3.06 firmware 2W/4W auto detection PAM 16 coding RJ-45 Connector AWG

11 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 11 Network Interface: LA-110 IMA IMA = IMA IMA = Inverse Multiplexing over ATM

12 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 12 LA-110 with IMA – Extending SHDSL Rate/Reach DSLAM LA-110 Headquarters E1/T1 V.35 Router PBX LAN Ethernet 10/100 4xSHDSL ATM Branch B LA-110 E1 V.35 Router PBX LAN ETH Key Features IMA over 4 SHDSL or E1/T1 pairs Multi group IMA Router/Bridge over IMA Key Benefits Maximize utilization of ATM network High speed, up to 9.2 Mbps Extended distances Fallback between copper pairs Branch B LA-110 E1 V.35 Router PBX LAN ETH

13 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 13 ATM Network Features AAL1, AAL2, AAL5 Up to 16 VCCs (from version 3.x) ATM class of service (traffic management) CBR VBR UBR+ UBR AAL = ATM Adaptation Layer

14 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 14 Network Features: Service Mapping in the LA-110 Adaptation ATM Traffic Management DSL Link CBR UBR/UBR+/VBR / CBR SERVICE User Interface AAL 1 FE1 FT1 E1 UNI Unframed E1 Serial DATA AAL 2 ISDN POTS PRI AAL 5 F. Relay DATA LAN CBR

15 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 15 ATM Service Types Time UBR CBR VBR Link Usage 100% Bit RateApplications CBRConstantVoice, delay sensitive data VBRVariableVideo, delay sensitive data UBRUnspecified , Web surfing, low priority data UBR+Unspecified with assured minimumManagement, , Web surfing, low priority data

16 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 16 Agenda Introducing RAD IADs LA-110 Interfaces (S/W version 3.x) Network Interfaces & Features User Interfaces & Features Target applications Management Diagnostics and Troubleshooting Summary

17 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 17 User Interface LAN 10/100BaseT Ethernet Ethernet Flow control Bridge Mode: VLAN Aware/Unaware, VLAN stacking/stripping, QoS Router Mode: NAT, DHCP, Firewall Policy Based routing

18 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 18 LAN PB X Bridge Features: QoS Mapping according to: VLAN, IP TOS, IP Precedence, DSCP Single VCC priority according to 3 Traffic Classes (Weighted Fair Queue) Multiple VCCs LA-110 DSLAM BAS LA-110 Internet LAN PB X ACE PB X ATM

19 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 19 Bridge Features: QoS Mapping according to: VLAN, IP TOS, IP Precedence, DSCP Traffic Class 3 Traffic Class 2 Traffic Class 1 Bridge Port VC 1 VC 2 VC 3 Incoming Traffic ATM QoS Mapping Traffic Class 3 Traffic Class 2 Traffic Class 1 Bridge Port WFQ 1 WFQ 2 WFQ 3 Incoming Traffic Weighted Fair Queue Mapping VC1

20 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 20 Router Application: Policy Based Routing PBR possible triggers: IP Source Address IP Source Mask IP Destination IP Destination Mask Layer 4 protocols Min Max frame length LAN PC DSLAM LA-110 ATM BAS Internet

21 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 21 User Interface Serial Data V.35 standard 34-pin X pin D-type female Frame Relay Mode or transparent bit stream Bit rate of nx64 kbps Data ports are DCE interfaces

22 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 22 User Interface E1 Balanced 8-pin RJ45 connector Unbalanced connector using (CBL-RJ45/2BNC/E1) G.703, G.704 CAS Signaling Supports PRI, E1 UNI, Unframed E1, FE1

23 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 23 Agenda Introducing RAD IADs LA-110 Interfaces (S/W version 3.x) Network Interfaces & Features User Interfaces & Features Target applications Management Diagnostics and Troubleshooting Summary

24 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 24 Leased line/CES over ATM Applications E1/T1/Serial over AAL 1 CBR services Any layer-2 protocol support Enables Leased Line services over ATM LAN LA-110 DSLAM LAN LA-110 Branch Office ATM DSLAM Central Office Router E1/T1/ Serial E1/T1/ Serial

25 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 25 LA-110 in FR Service Mode (FRF.8) FR to ATM conversion LA-110 DSLAM Customer B ATM Customer A Router FRATM

26 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 26 LA-110 in FR Network Mode (FRF.5) LAN LA-110 DSLAM LAN LA-110 Branch Office ATM DSLAM Central Office Router Frame Relay V.35/X.21

27 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 27 AAL1/ ATM/ SHDSL “FE1 to Serial “ AAL1 Application DSLAM ATM Network SHDSL DSLAM SHDSL Site A LA-110 Site B LA-110 PBX E1 Router V.35/X.21

28 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 28 Using DSL access to cellular transport for both 2G and 3G base stations over ATM network E1 port can be soft configured for TDM or ATM service – allowing seamless migration from 2G to 3G service For 2G service ACE is used to terminate the ATM CES and provide TDM E1 to the BSC ATM CES 3G NodeB 2G BTS 2G BSC E1 ATM E1 TDM LA-110 ATM ATM DSLAM ACE STM-1n x E1 ATM TDM 3G RNC Cellular Backhauling over ATM Using DSL Access

29 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 29 LA-130 – Cellular Backhauling over ATM Using DSL Access Using DSL access to cellular transport for both 2G and 3G base stations over ATM network with single prduct 3G NodeB 2G BTS 2G BSC 2 x E1 LA-130 ATM DSLAM ACE ATM UNI, STM-1 or 63 x E1 or Channelized STM-1 ATM 3G RNC 4 x SHDSL IMA ATM IMA 2 x E1 TDM STM-1

30 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 30 Interoperability with Other Vendors’ Equipment DSLAMs Voice Gateways See full compatibility table – FAQ 2967

31 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 31 Agenda Introducing RAD IADs LA-110 Interfaces (S/W version 3.x) Network Interfaces & Features User Interfaces & Features Target applications Management Diagnostics and Troubleshooting Summary

32 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 32 Managing the LA-110 Out-of-band management (Supervisory Port) ASCII terminal Menu Driven In-band management (LAN, FR, ATM connection, Dedicated ATM VCC connection) Telnet SNMP Plug & Play ConfiguRAD (Web Access) Software & Configuration download (TFTP)

33 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 33 ConfiguRAD

34 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 34 Agenda Introducing RAD IADs LA-110 Interfaces (S/W version 3.x) Network Interfaces & Features User Interfaces & Features Target applications Management Diagnostics and Troubleshooting Summary

35 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 35 Statistics Collection SHDSL level statistics ATM layer statistics Per-port Per-VC cell counters AAL5 statistics OAM statistics Ethernet statistics Receive/Transmit packet counters Statistics information is collected in 15-minute intervals Last 24 hours are stored in the device Up to last 7 days (in 24-hour resolution)

36 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 36 OAM – Operation Administration & Maintenance Segment or End to end control Port level: general OAM performance data Connection level - detailed OAM performance data: The number of VC-AIS & RDI cells The number of loopback requests and responses (can send and collect OAM loopback requests on a specific connection) The amount of time the connection experienced loss of continuity

37 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 37 Agenda Introducing RAD IADs LA-110 Interfaces (S/W version 3.x) Network Interfaces & Features User Interfaces & Features Target applications Management Diagnostics and Troubleshooting Summary

38 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 38 Coming Soon… (version 3.5) TDM and ATM over PSN 2G BSC 2G BTS E1 TDM LA-110 SHDSL ATM IP-DSLAM GbE Gmux-2000 GbE Channelized STM-1 or n x E1 TDMoPSNTDM 3G RNC 3G Node B E1 ATM SHDSL ATM IP-DSLAM E1s LA-130 DSL Bonding ACE-3200 ACE-3400 ATM UNI STM-1 IMA ATM IMA ATMoPSNATM ATM over PSN TDM over PSN DSL PSN Core GbE PSN Core n x SHDSL LA-110 IETF PWE3 CESoPSN SATo P TDMoIP

39 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 39 Summary The LA is a cost effective and flexible combination of user and network interfaces providing a multi-service platform over the existing DSL-ATM infrastructure The LA offers interoperability and cooperation with a variety of DSLAMs and Voice Gateway vendors Successful and proven install base with major carriers Support of various applications over DSL-ATM: Leased Lines, Frame Relay, VoDSL, 2G, 3G, etc.

40 thank you for your attention Technical Support CBNetworks

41 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 41

42 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 42 Network Interface: ADSL Data Rates: 8 Mbps (DS), 1 Mbps (US), rate adaptive Annex A DMT coding RJ-45 connector

43 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 43 Network Interface: E1 Line Rate: up to 2.048Mbps (Max Data port rate is 1664kbps) Line code: HDB3 Balanced 8-pin RJ45 connector Unbalanced connector using (CBL-RJ45/2BNC/E1)

44 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 44 User Features – Bridge LAN Port Features Bridge (RFC 1483) Max 16 VCCs Bridging between VCCs PPPoE AAL 5 VLAN (aware / unaware) VLAN Stacking/Stripping Priority:VLAN, DSCP, IP TOS, IP Precedence

45 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 45 User Features – Router LAN Port Features Router Static routing or RIP I/II Maximum 16 VCCs Maximum 32 static routing entries NAT: Static, Port Address Translation (Single IP), Dynamic DHCP Relay / DHCP Server Firewall PPPoA AAL 5

46 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 46 Router Features – NAT NAT - Network Address Translation The LA-110 translates the IP addresses of the stations on the LAN to legal IP addresses Dynamic: Many to less Static: N to N Single: Many to one - PAT Transparent: No translation Workstations FTP Server WWW Server Mail Server LAN LA-110 DSLAM ATM BAS Internet

47 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 47 Router Features – DHCP DHCP Relay The LA-110 requests an IP address from the DHCP Server on behalf of the stations DHCP Server The LA-110 provides IP addresses to the LAN stations per request Workstations FTP Server WWW Server Mail Server LAN LA-110

48 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 48 Router Features – FW Inbound Outbound Router Private Network Public Network Firewall Inbound Direction Router Private Network Public Network Firewall Outbound Direction

49 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 49 PPPoE / PPPoA PPPoE Bridge PPPoE messages pass transparently PPPoA Router PPP connection is established with server All IP traffic is passed over PPP

50 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 50 User Features – Serial Data Serial Data Features: AAL 1 Stream mode Data transferred transparently at a constant rate (leased line emulation) FR mode Connectivity for Frame Relay equipment Service Interworking: connecting FR to ATM (FRF.8) Network Interworking: connecting FR to FR over ATM (FRF.5)

51 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 51 User Features – Voice Voice Features: POTS, ISDN BRI Echo Cancellation (for applications with delay) Voice Compression Support class services such as caller ID (transparent mode) Transparent to ISDN services FAX/Modem detection

52 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 52 User Interface POTS FXS Interface (4 ports) Supports CAS signaling and ELCP protocol

53 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 53 User Interface ISDN ISDN SO interfaces (4 ports) NT / TE interface (ordering option)

54 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 54 What are the advantages of VoDSL? Voice and Data transferred simultaneously on the existing local loop Dynamic bandwidth allocation Toll quality Voice Proven technology based on ATM transport

55 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 55 IAD Network Management IAD Family management capabilities & benefits SNMP Agent – can be managed by any SNMP platform Plug & Play configuration reduces installation and maintenance time F5 OAM supports ATM end-to-end connection management TFTP based SW download allows cost effective maintenance RADview-EMS capabilities & benefits Client-Server, distributed and scalable Element management system CORBA infrastructure simplifies integration with 3rd party NMS Advanced Security management PC or Unix support for greater flexibility

56 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 56 EMS System Distribution Scalability Load sharing Resilient CORBA based LA-110 LA-140 EMS Server EMS Client X CORBA EMS Client Y EMS Client Z 3 rd Party NMS Distributed system Non-distributed system EMS Server/Client LA-110 IP

57 LA-110 TS-2006 Slide 57 ATM and TDM Pseudo Wire (PW) over Packet Switched Network (PSN) Using DSL Access The need Clear dynamic of moving from ATM networks to Packet Switched networks (PSN) There is a need to take legacy traffic such as TDM and ATM over the PSN network. This is commonly done using PW technology and tunneling the traffic over the PSN.


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