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1 Presented by: CBNetworks Technical Support May 2008 Ethernet Access over Fiber

2 Ethernet Access over Fiber for TS2008 Slide 2 - F.ETH EFM Bonding GbE LA-110 F.ETH Branch IPDSLAM ATM LA-210 IPDSLAM Branch GbE Ethernet over DSL ASMi-54 SHDSL.bis RICi-4/8E1 RICi-16 SDH GbE STM-1/OC-3 10BT 100BT EoPDH GFP-VCAT Branch GFP Egate Branch RICi-E1 10BT Ethernet over PDH ADM MLPPP RICi-622GE Branch GbE STM-4/OC-12 RICi-155GE Branch GbE STM-1/OC-3 GbE Ethernet over SDH/SONET Headquarters ETX-202 F.ETH GbE Metro Ethernet ETX-202A Branch GbE Ethernet over Fiber Variety of Ethernet Access Solutions – Implementation Scenario Extending the reach of the provider’s network over a variety of access technologies Consistent Ethernet service across different access technologies Service Provider Packet Switched Network

3 Ethernet Access over Fiber for TS2008 Slide 3 - Agenda Introduction Product Line Overview Services and Applications Service Delivery Tools Ethernet OAM and SLA Summary

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5 Ethernet Access over Fiber for TS2008 Slide 5 - ETX Application and Product Definition Clear demarcation between provider’s and Customer’s networks – quickly determine who is responsible for problems affecting service Operations Administration & Maintenance (OAM) Allow for end-to-end fault management and performance monitoring Traffic management starting at customer premises Service Level Agreement Monitoring Customers demand proof of SLA contract Operator A Operator B EVC A Customer Premises ETX CPE EVC B Customer Premises ETX CPE End-to-end OAM between demarcation points Customer Premises ETX-ACPE

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7 Ethernet Access over Fiber for TS2008 Slide 7 - ETX – Product Overview ProductPhysical DescriptionHighlights ETX-102 V3.6 Fast Ethernet NTU Compact 1U, half 19” plastic enclosure 1xFE Net, 1xFE Net/User, up to 4 FE User Switching & Bridging Ethernet OAM 802.3ah Ethernet OAM 802.1ag SLA Monitoring Uplink redundancy L1 and L2 Loopback Per VLAN Statistics Serial Craft port Configurable OOB mgt. port Wide range of SFP Temp. Hardened option Standard wide range AC/DC PSU Optional wide range DC PSU option Dying Gasp Support ETX-201 V3.6 Gigabit & Fast Ethernet NTU Compact 1U, half 19” plastic enclosure 1xGE Net, 1xGE Net/User, up to 4xFE user ports Auto-detect GE/FE SFP Slots ETX-202 V3.6 Gigabit Ethernet NTU Compact 1U, half 19”, metal enclosure 2xGE Net, up to 4xGE user ports

8 Ethernet Access over Fiber for TS2008 Slide 8 - ETX – Product Overview ProductPhysical DescriptionHighlights ETX-550 GE Carrier Ethernet MTU/Aggregation Compact 1U or 1.5U, 19” Up to 4x GE SFP Optical Uplinks Up to 24x UTP 10/100 or 100 FE Optical User ports Switching & Bridging Redundant PSU AC or DC

9 Ethernet Access over Fiber for TS2008 Slide 9 - ETX-A NTU – Product Overview Physical Description Half 19” 1U AC/DC Power Supply 2-4 user interfaces 2 network interfaces Electrical 10/100BaseT 10/100/1000BaseT All fiber interfaces – SFP based MEF 9 & 14 Certified for EVPL/EVPLAN Temperature Hardened with dual power supply option Fast Ethernet CPE 4 Ethernet 1 or 2 Gigabit Ethernet Gigabit Ethernet CPE 4 Ethernet 1 or 2 Gigabit Ethernet New! Available for Beta! Available for Beta! ETX-201A ETX-202A

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11 Ethernet Access over Fiber for TS2008 Slide Supported Service Topologies: NTU view Customer Premises ETX- series Ethernet Aggregator GE POP PSN ETH/IP/MPLS VoIP Premium data Best Effort data 4 Mbps 16 Mbps E-NTU Edge Device Different user ports ETX-550/or 3rd Party Port based service: Flow based service : ‘Service multiplexing‘ Customer Premises ETX-A series GE POP PSN ETH/IP/MPLS VoIP Premium data Best Effort data 16 Mbps E-NTU Edge Device Same user port Different flows (e.g VLAN) 4 Mbps ETX-550/or 3rd Party Ethernet Aggregator

12 Ethernet Access over Fiber for TS2008 Slide MEF Services Terminology: E-LINE Ethernet Private Line (EPL) Replaces a TDM Private line Dedicated UNIs for Point-to-Point connections Single Ethernet Virtual Connection (EVC) per UNI Ethernet Virtual Private Line (EVPL) Replaces Frame Relay or ATM services Supports multiple EVCs per UNI Allows single physical connection (UNI) to customer premise equipment for multiple virtual connections Point-to-Point EVC Carrier Ethernet Network CE UNI CE UNI CE UNI ISP POP UNI Internet Service Multiplexed Ethernet UNI Multipoint-to-Multipoint EVC Carrier Ethernet Network CE UNI CE UNI CE UNI

13 Ethernet Access over Fiber for TS2008 Slide MEF Services Terminology: E-LAN Ethernet Private Line (EPLAN) Providing LAN over the WAN Multipoint-to-Multipoint service Single Ethernet Virtual Connection (EVC) per UNI Ethernet Virtual Private Line (EVPLAN) Providing LAN over the WAN Multipoint-to-Multipoint service Supports multiple EVCs per UNI Allows single physical connection (UNI) to customer premise equipment for multiple virtual connections Service Multiplexed Ethernet UNI CE UNI CE UNI CE UNI CE UNI CE UNI CE UNI ISP POP UNI Internet

14 Ethernet Access over Fiber for TS2008 Slide Supported Service Topologies: Summary EPL and EPLAN are supported by current ETX products EVPL and EVPLAN are supported with new ETX A series

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16 Ethernet Access over Fiber for TS2008 Slide Flow Based Forwarding Model Step 6- P. Bit priority marking: Adding the P.bit to the SP-Vlan, according to user configured profiles. Marking SP-Vlan P.bit per CoS: CoS 3= Profile 1= P.bit X Cos 5= Profile 2= P.bit Y Step 2- Flow Mapping: Defines VLAN members per flow Step 3- Assigning Fixed CoS per Flow (other method is CoS per P.bit/DSCP/IP TOS according to user configured profiles) Step 4- Policer Per Cos: Define the CIR/EIR/CBS/EBS Bw criteria per CoS Step 5- Configuring Strict or WFQ priority, according to user configured profiles. Note Priority Queues are fixed to CoS. Step 1- Flow Classification Fixed Mapping ( CoS per Flow Flow 1 = CoS 3 Policer per COS CoS 3 = BW profile 1 Flow 1 (EVC 1) CE-VLAN ID Queues 0 (low) cos Strict / wfq St / wfq (max)7St / wfq 5 Flow 2 CoS per Flow Flow 2 = CoS 5 Policer per COS CoS 5 = BW profile 2 Flow 2 (EVC 2) CE-802.1p Classification according to flow key: 1. CE-VLAN ID 2. CE-802.1p 3. DSCP/ TOS 4. Port

17 Ethernet Access over Fiber for TS2008 Slide Mapping User Traffic to flow On user ingress traffic is mapped to a flow by one of the following criteria: VLAN ID P.Bit DSCP/TOS Subscriber port Up to 30 Flows Flow 3 Flow 2 Classification according to flow key: 1.CE-VLAN ID 2.CE-802.1p 3.DSCP/TOS Flow 1 (EVC 1) CE-VLAN: 1, 3, User Network Up to 30 Flows Flow 4 Flow 3 Classification according to flow key: 1.CE-VLAN ID 2.CE-802.1p 3.DSCP/TOS Flow 2 (EVC 2) CE-802.1P= 1, 4, 7 User Network Mapping Service according to P.Bit Mapping Service according to VLAN ID

18 Ethernet Access over Fiber for TS2008 Slide Flow Based Forwarding Model Step 6- P. Bit priority marking: Adding the P.bit to the SP-Vlan, according to user configured profiles. Marking SP-Vlan P.bit per CoS: CoS 3= Profile 1= P.bit X Cos 5= Profile 2= P.bit Y Step 2- Flow Mapping: Defines VLAN members per flow Step 3- Assigning Fixed CoS per Flow (other method is CoS per P.bit/DSCP/IP TOS according to user configured profiles Step 4- Policer Per Cos: Define the CIR/EIR/CBS/EBS Bw criteria per CoS Step 5- Configuring Strict or WFQ priority, according to user configured profiles. Note Priority Queues are fixed to CoS. Step 1- Flow Classification Fixed Mapping ( CoS per Flow Flow 1 = CoS 3 Policer per COS CoS 3 = BW profile 1 Flow 1 (EVC 1) CE-VLAN ID Queues 0 (low) cos Strict / wfq St / wfq (max)7St / wfq 5 Flow 2 CoS per Pbit Pbit1=Cos 1 Pbit7=Cos 7 Policer per COS CoS 5 = BW profile 2 Flow 2 (EVC 2) CE-802.1p Classification according to flow key: 1. CE-VLAN ID 2. CE-802.1p 3. DSCP/ TOS 4. Port

19 Ethernet Access over Fiber for TS2008 Slide Class of Service Mapping COS can be determined according to: Flow (EVC) CVLAN Pbit Customer DSCP/TOS Subscriber port EVC1 EVC2 EVC3 UNI EVC2 CoS 1 CoS 4 CoS 7 Up to 30 Flows Flow 4 Flow 3 Flow 2 (EVC 2) CE-802.1P= 1, 4, 7 User Network p.bitCoS/Service

20 Ethernet Access over Fiber for TS2008 Slide Flow Based Forwarding Model Step 6- P. Bit priority marking: Adding the P.bit to the SP-Vlan, according to user configured profiles. Marking SP-Vlan P.bit per CoS: CoS 3= Profile 1= P.bit X Cos 5= Profile 2= P.bit Y Step 2- Flow Mapping: Defines VLAN members per flow Step 3- Assigning Fixed CoS per Flow (other method is CoS per P.bit/DSCP/IP TOS according to user configured profiles) Step 4- Policer Per Cos: Define the CIR/EIR/CBS/EBS Bw criteria per CoS Step 5- Configuring Strict or WFQ priority, according to user configured profiles. Note Priority Queues are fixed to CoS. Step 1- Flow Classification Fixed Mapping ( CoS per Flow Flow 1 = CoS 3 Policer per COS CoS 3 = BW profile 1 Flow 1 (EVC 1) CE-VLAN ID Queues 0 (low) cos Strict / wfq St / wfq (max)7St / wfq 5 Flow 2 CoS per Pbit Flow 2 = CoS 5 Policer per COS CoS 5 = BW profile 2 Flow 2 (EVC 2) CE-802.1p Classification according to flow key: 1. CE-VLAN ID 2. CE-802.1p 3. DSCP/ TOS 4. Port

21 Ethernet Access over Fiber for TS2008 Slide Policer Per Service/Flow Bandwidth Control Traffic policing per ingress Service Dual Token Bucket mechanism (CIR+CBS, EIR+EBS) per policer TrTCM - 2 rate (CIR/EIR), 3 color (Green/Yellow/Red) marking: Green: 0 to CIR – always ‘respected’ Red: above EIR – always discarded Yellow: between CIR to EIR – Will be respected until the queue reaches a predefine threshold, then it will discarded

22 Ethernet Access over Fiber for TS2008 Slide Bandwidth Profile attributes CIR – Committed Information Rate, 64 kbps granularity CBS – Committed Burst Size, bytes, 1 x byte granularity EIR – Excess Information Rate, 64 kbps granularity EBS – Excess Burst Size, bytes, 1 x byte granularity Typical Services VoIP: CIR/CBS according to rate sold, EIR/EBS=0 High Priority Data, CIR/CBS with typically high EIR/EBS (2 x CIR) Best Effort: CIR/CBS=0, EIR/EBS according to rate sold Bandwidth Profiles Flow 2 (EVC 2) CE-802.1P= 1, 4, 7 User Network p.bitCoS/ServiceB.W. Profile 77CIR/CBS (CIR/CBS): EIR/EBS 00 EVC2 CoS 1 CoS 4 CoS 7

23 Ethernet Access over Fiber for TS2008 Slide Flow Based Forwarding Model Step 6- P. Bit priority marking: Adding the P.bit to the SP-Vlan, according to user configured profiles. Marking SP-Vlan P.bit per CoS: CoS 3= Profile 1= P.bit X Cos 5= Profile 2= P.bit Y Step 2- Flow Mapping: Defines VLAN members per flow Step 3- Assigning Fixed CoS per Flow (other method is CoS per P.bit/DSCP/IP TOS according to user configured profiles) Step 4- Policer Per Cos: Define the CIR/EIR/CBS/EBS Bw criteria per CoS Step 5- Configuring Strict or WFQ priority, according to user configured profiles. Note Priority Queues are fixed to CoS. Step 1- Flow Classification Fixed Mapping ( CoS per Flow Flow 1 = CoS 3 Policer per COS CoS 3 = BW profile 1 Flow 1 (EVC 1) CE-VLAN ID Queues 0 (low) cos Strict / wfq St / wfq (max)7St / wfq 5 Flow 2 CoS per Pbit Flow 2 = CoS 5 Policer per COS CoS 5 = BW profile 2 Flow 2 (EVC 2) CE-802.1p Classification according to flow key: 1. CE-VLAN ID 2. CE-802.1p 3. DSCP/ TOS 4. Port

24 Ethernet Access over Fiber for TS2008 Slide Quality of Service Class of service management: Traffic can mapped to eight queues for eight classes of service Strict priority for low delay low jitter applications such as VoIP WFQ scheduling for Improving fairness for non critical traffic Combination of WFQ and Strict Priority Shaping Smoothes egress traffic from network port Based on leaky bucket algorithm with CIR parameter Queuing Flexible Combination of WFQ and Strict Priority Per queue WFQ configurable weight from 1 to 32 Per queue configurable length 64-32,000 bytes, 1xbyte granularity Congestion treatment WRED – Congestion avoidance Queues 0 (low) cos Strict / wfq WFQ (max)7Strict Fixed Mapping( 5

25 Ethernet Access over Fiber for TS2008 Slide Flow Based Forwarding Model Step 6- P. Bit priority marking: Adding the P.bit to the SP-Vlan, according to user configured profiles. Marking SP-Vlan P.bit per CoS: CoS 3= Profile 1= P.bit X Cos 5= Profile 2= P.bit Y Step 2- Flow Mapping: Defines VLAN members per flow Step 3- Assigning Fixed CoS per Flow (other method is CoS per P.bit/DSCP/IP TOS according to user configured profiles) Step 4- Policer Per Cos: Define the CIR/EIR/CBS/EBS Bw criteria per CoS Step 5- Configuring Strict or WFQ priority, according to user configured profiles. Note Priority Queues are fixed to CoS. Step 1- Flow Classification Fixed Mapping ( CoS per Flow Flow 1 = CoS 3 Policer per COS CoS 3 = BW profile 1 Flow 1 (EVC 1) CE-VLAN ID Queues 0 (low) cos Strict / wfq St / wfq (max)7St / wfq 5 Flow 2 CoS per Pbit Flow 2 = CoS 5 Policer per COS CoS 5 = BW profile 2 Flow 2 (EVC 2) CE-802.1p Classification according to flow key: 1. CE-VLAN ID 2. CE-802.1p 3. DSCP/ TOS 4. Port

26 Ethernet Access over Fiber for TS2008 Slide Editing and Marking SP VLAN Editing: Traffic can be tagged, double tagged or untouched per flow Marking of Pbit on SP VLAN Flow 2 (EVC 2) CE-802.1P= 1, 4, 7 User Network p.bitCoS/ServiceB.W. ProfileQueuing Editing and Marking 77CIR/CBSStrictSP100:Pbit (CIR/CBS):2WFQSP100:Pbit EIR/EBSWFQSP100:Pbit3 00

27 Ethernet Access over Fiber for TS2008 Slide ProductNet PortUser PortService TopologyBandwidth ProfilesClass of Service ETX x FE4 x FEEPL, EPLAN CIR/CBS Per port Strict Priority ETX x GE4 x FEEPL, EPLAN CIR/CBS Per port Strict Priority ETX x GE4 x GEEPL, EPLAN CIR/CBS Per port Strict Priority ETX-201A 2 x GE4 x FEEVPL, EVPLAN CIR/CBS, EIR/EBS PER EVC.COS Strict Priority + WFQ 8 CoS ETX-202A 2 x GE4 x GEEVPL, EVPLAN CIR/CBS, EIR/EBS PER EVC.COS Strict Priority + WFQ 8 CoS ETX Product Line – Summary Ethernet Private Line Support CIR/CBS bandwidth profile per port Ethernet Virtual Private Line Support CIR/CBS, EIR/EBS bandwidth profile per EVC.COS

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29 Ethernet Access over Fiber for TS2008 Slide Standards OAM: Operations Admin. & Maintenance A summary of available Ethernet OAM Mechanisms Customer Premises E-NTUCPEE-NTUCPE Operator AOperator B 802.1ag/ Y.1731 (UNI-N to UNI-N ME) 802.3ah (Access Link ME) End-End/Last Segment Performance Monitoring Type Fault Propagation ETX Implementation IEEE 802.3ah (Clause 57) Single SegmentNoLinkNoStandard IEEE 802.1agEnd-to-EndNoConnectivityNoStandard ITU-T Y.1731End-to-EndYesServiceYesStandard

30 Ethernet Access over Fiber for TS2008 Slide ETX SLA Support The ETX can provision up to 30 EVC with up to 240 bandwidth profiles and 48 SLA instances SLA ParameterETX Support Bandwidth ProfileCIR, CBS, EIR, EBS Service Connectivity TypeEPL or EVPL Service CoSReal Time, Priority, Best Effort Performance: Frame DelayBased on Y.1731, Per EVC.cos Performance: Frame Delay VarianceBased on Y.1731, Per EVC.cos Performance: Frame LossBased on Y.1731, Per EVC.cos Performance: AvailabilityBased on Y.1731, Per EVC.cos ProtectionLink protection:802.3ad or 1:1

31 Ethernet Access over Fiber for TS2008 Slide Summary Match the optimal Ethernet NTU for the service requirements: ETX for EPL or ETX-A for EVPL Offer profitable EVC based service and not just port based service Support for available bandwidth with CIR/CBS EIR/EBS traffic profiles Supports a complete OAM package with standard 802.3ah, 802.1ag and Y.1731 Support for SLA reports to your end-customers

32 Thank you for your attention Technical Support

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34 Ethernet Access over Fiber for TS2008 Slide ETX-202A Available Configurations Ordering OptionDescription ETX-202A/NULL/NULL/1NULL1 x Net, 1 x Net/User ports GE/FE SFP ready, 1 User port GE/FE SFP ready ETX-202A/NULL/NULL/4NULL1 x Net, 1 x Net/User ports GE/FE SFP ready, 4 User ports GE/FE SFP ready ETX-202A/NULL/NULL/1UTP1 x Net, 1 x Net/User ports GE/FE SFP ready, 1 User ports 10/100/1000BaseT ETX-202A/NULL/NULL/4UTP1 x Net, 1 x Net/User ports GE/FE SFP ready, 4 User ports 10/100/1000BaseT ETX-202A/UTP/UTP/1UTP1 x Net, 1 x Net/User ports 10/100/1000BaseT, 1 User ports 10/100/1000BaseT ETX-202A/UTP/UTP/4UTP1 x Net, 1 x Net/User ports 10/100/1000BaseT, 4 User ports 10/100/1000BaseT ETX-202A/NULL/NULL/1NULLUTP 1 x Net, 1 x Net/User ports GE/FE SFP ready, 1 x User SFP GE/FE port, 1 x User 10/100/1000BaseT ETX-202A/WRDCWide range DC PSU (+24 to -48) available with above options ETX-202A/H/DCR/NULL/NULL/4UTP or /4NULLDual wide range DC PSU (+24 to -48), temperature hardened in full 19” enclosure SFP-5, SFP-6, SFP-7, SFP-8, SFP-9G SFP-5D, SFP-6D, SFP-7D, SFP-8D Other SFPs may be used but may not be recognized by the ETX SW SFP-5H, SFP-6H, SFP-8H, SFP-8DH, SFP-5DHTemperature Hardened SFP required for /H options. These SFP are currently Beta By default unit ships with a wide range AC power supply, WRDC is optional Temp. Hardened unit (-30 to 65 Celsius) is available in full 19” with dual DC power supplies

35 Ethernet Access over Fiber for TS2008 Slide ETX A Series Roadmap VersionDateMain Features Version 1.2 Beta ETX-202A Today Auto-detect GE/FE SFP Support for EVPL service and CIR/PIR, CBS/EBS Multiple services per user port EVC.COS Enhanced QoS with Strict Priority, Weighted Fair Queue and WRED MEF 9 & 14 EPL/EVPL certified RADview-EMS v1.8 available May-08 Version 1.6 Beta ETX-201A ETX-202A Q208 ETX-201A HW with 2xGE Net and 4xFE User Jumbo frame, 9K support Per EVC Shaping Hierarchical scheduling Standard IEEE 802.1ag CFM OAM: LBT, LT and CC Standard ITU-T y.1731 PM OAM: (Two way delay) L3 loopback, (IP loopback)

36 Ethernet Access over Fiber for TS2008 Slide Access Link OAM: Standard IEEE 802.3ah ETX Support Passive mode designed for network termination Auto Discovery - Discovers if next hop supports 802.3ah Loopback - Remote layer 1 loopback of all traffic Excludes 802.3ah OAM messages from loopback MIB retrieval - No IP needed to get MIB parameters Remote failure indication Link Fault upon discovery of disconnect, log alarm, send trap Dying Gasp: Upon a power failure 802.3ah dying gasp message. Additionally, SNMP trap is sent. Customer Premises ETXCPEETXCPE Operator AOperator B 802.3ah (Access Link ME)

37 Ethernet Access over Fiber for TS2008 Slide ag/Y.1731 Service OAM 8 OAM levels MEP/MIP/MEG concept Main messages: CC LB LT AIS RDI Lock (performance measurements) MEP = Maintenance-End-Point MIP = Maintenance-Intermediate-Point Service OAM Header Service OAM MEPs and MIPs

38 Ethernet Access over Fiber for TS2008 Slide Continuity Check (CC) OAM CC OAM Defined per EVC, allows for one-way connectivity monitoring Loss of Continuity (LOC) is declared (only at the sink side) upon 3.5 seconds without receiving CC OAM frame Loss of Continuity (LOC) is cleared upon sink receiving 2 CC OAM frames within a window of 3.5 seconds Upon CC failure Send trap Update active alarm log Update statistics Optional uplink switch-over Customer Premises E-NTUCPEE-NTUCPE Operator AOperator B CC OAM Frames CC SinkCC Source

39 Ethernet Access over Fiber for TS2008 Slide Loopback (LB) OAM Defined per EVC, allows for non-intrusive loopback (round trip) connectivity monitoring Sent from MEP, looped by either MEP or MIP LB Failure is declared upon 2 seconds without receiving the specific LB OAM frame Upon LB failure Send trap Update active alarm log Update statistics Optional uplink switch-over LB OAM Request LB OAM Reply Customer Premises E-NTUCPEE-NTUCPE Operator AOperator B MEP

40 Ethernet Access over Fiber for TS2008 Slide ETX CFM+PM OAM Future Support TypeMessage TypeV1.2 SupportV1.6 SupportComments Fault Management CCPre-standardStandard100msec support LBPre-standardStandardIP ping equivalent LTN/AStandardIP Trace rout equivalent AIS/RDIN/AStandard RDINo CC -> Send RDI LOCKN/A TESTN/A Performance Management DelayRoundtrip +/- Microsecond Delay VarianceRoundtrip +/- Microsecond Packet LossOne-way AvailabilityYes

41 Ethernet Access over Fiber for TS2008 Slide ETX Ethernet OAM Tools – Summary OAM FunctionToolsComments Connectivity Verification 802.3ah heartbeatHeartbeat rate is 1 second 802.1ag CC pre-stand.1 sec today msec in v ag LB pre-stand.Can be used continuously as CC Fault Detection & Isolation 802.1ag LTTrace route like functionality 802.1ag LBPing like functionality Virtual Cable Test (VCT)Discover copper faults and locate them L3 Ping and Trace routeLimited as troubleshoots IP connectivity Fault Propagation Subscriber port shutdownEffective currently since no CE with OAM 802.3ah Dying Gasp TrapSend trap upon power failure Diagnostic Loopbacks L1 loopbackDoes not traverse L2 Bridge L2 loopbackLine rate per VLAN or port 802.3ah loopbackEntire port. L2 no MAC Swap Performance Monitoring Y.1731 based, proprietaryRT measurements, +/- microsec Per VLAN/EVC StatisticsOn actual data (no sampling) Etherstats* per RMONRFC 2819

42 Ethernet Access over Fiber for TS2008 Slide OAM: Performance Monitoring Counter/StatisticsDetails Minimum round trip delay Minimum round trip delay measured in the interval up to now Average round trip delay Average Round measured in the interval up to now Maximum round trip delay Maximum round trip delay measured in the interval up to now Minimum delay variation Minimum delay measured in the interval up to now Average delay variation Average delay variation measured in the interval up to now Maximum delay variation Maximum delay variation measured in the interval up to now Num of Frames Above Delay objective Number of frame exceeded frame delay Performance objective Num of Frames below or equal to Delay objective Number of frame below or equal to frame delay Performance objective Num of frames above Frame delay variation objective Number of frame exceeded frame delay variation Performance objective Num of frames below or equal to Frame delay variation objective Number of frame below or equal frame delay variation Performance objective Frame loss ratio (FLR) Total interval frame loss ratio Frame transmitted counter Total number of frame transmitted counter in interval Frame loss counter Total number of frame loss in interval Elapsed time Seconds from the beginning of the interval Unavailable seconds Number of seconds where the service is unavailable

43 Ethernet Access over Fiber for TS2008 Slide Fault Propagation ‘Link down’ status on the Network port causes ‘link down’ status on the user port. In case of multiple user ports cause ‘link down’ status on all user ports or part of them according to parameter ‘Wait to restore’ parameter - defines the time between network port becoming ‘up’ and restoring user port link up Packet Switched Network Eth/IP/MPLS CPE E-NTU Network port failure Failure propagated to user port CPE Switches to alternative path

44 Ethernet Access over Fiber for TS2008 Slide Diagnostic Loopbacks Layer 1 Loopback – ETX loopbacks traffic from Rx to Tx Out of service – disrupts service Cannot traverse Ethernet bridge Supported on any ETX port Performed on all traffic of the ETX port Loopback activation is via management not OAM protocol Layer 2 Loopback – ETX loopbacks traffic and swaps MAC Addresses ETX replaces Source Address with Destination Address Can traverse Ethernet bridges Performed per VLAN (or EVC) With Layer L2 Loopback Tester ETX Tester No Layer L2 Loopback

45 Ethernet Access over Fiber for TS2008 Slide Management Remote management In-band management, SNMP based Dedicated VLAN Management traffic can be blocked from user port Management applications RADview EMS RADView Lite Telnet, Web browser Local management via craft port (RS-232) and/ or Ethernet out of band port. Optional use of DHCP to automatically obtain IP address and default gateway Remote software and configuration download All local configurations can also be done remotely Full SNMPv3 agent

46 Ethernet Access over Fiber for TS2008 Slide RADView EMS*- 1/2 Discover and present of all ETX in the customer network GUI cut-through application - visual EMS Provides a visual view of the device with its panel and ports Provides visual indication of alarm conditions (color coded) User friendly interface to complex configuration (e.g. OAM) Statistics presentation Provides current and historical view of collected statistics from device * RADview-EMS v1.8 available May-08

47 Ethernet Access over Fiber for TS2008 Slide RADView EMS* – 2/2 Alarm Management De-duplication – create a single alarm from multiple alarms Alarm threshold – create new alarms from alarm conditions Automatic clearing of alarms – Show only active alarms Forwarding of alarms to pre-configured 3 rd party OSS/NMS Security management Create profiles with allowed actions and associated users Associate permitted actions to each profile Statistics Collection – TFTP Efficient collection of device statistics into CSV file format Easily integrates into customer existing NMS Northbound CORBA interface * RADview-EMS v1.8 available May-08

48 Ethernet Access over Fiber for TS2008 Slide Security Encryption SSHv2/SSL Secure Telnet and web sessions for management Secure SNMPv3 communications Prevent intrusion into management Access to management station via user ports is blocked (configurable) Management information from network port only (configurable) Management VLAN from user ports is blocked Controlled Access and Authorization Only specific IP addresses will be allowed to manage the device; Authorization levels per access method (SNMP, Telnet, Terminal) Read/Write Communities mechanism RADIUS Centralized Authentication and Authorization of management access Denial of Service (DoS) Prevention Rate limitation on traffic direct to CPU Broadcast/Multicast rate limitation Ping of Death prevention – no ping larger than 1484 bytes to CPU


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