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SmartEdge 1200 Router Hardware Guide 

Release 6.3

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Disclaimer

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Contents

1Site Preparation
1.1Agency Compliance Information
1.2Electrical Specifications
1.3Electrical Power Connections
1.4Environmental Requirements
1.5Physical Specifications
1.6Select the Rack
1.7Select the Installation Method
1.8Equipment and Personal Safety Warnings
1.9DC Power Source Warnings
1.10Access During the Initial Startup and Reload Operations
1.11Access During Normal Operations
1.12Management Access Options
1.13Gathering Cables and Tools
1.14Management Access Cables
1.15External Timing Cables
1.16Line Card Cable Specifications
1.17Transceiver-Based Gigabit Ethernet Line Card Cables
1.18Transceiver-Based SONET/SDH Line Card Cables
1.1910/100 Ethernet and Fast Ethernet–Gigabit Ethernet Cables

2

Installing the Hardware
2.1Installing the Chassis Mounting Brackets
2.2Install the Chassis
2.3Mounting the Lower Air Ramp
2.4Connecting the Power Cables
2.5Installing the Cable Tray
2.6Completing the Installation
2.7Cable Management
2.8Connections for Management Access
2.9Connections for Line Card Cables
2.10Connections for Advanced Services Card Cables
2.11Connections for External Timing Cables
2.12Connections for Equipment and Network Ends Cables
2.13Powering On and Off the Chassis

3

Hardware Control and Troubleshooting
3.1Hardware Status
3.2CLI Commands for Hardware Control
3.3CLI Commands for Hardware Troubleshooting
3.4Values for CLI Input Arguments
3.5Output Fields for the show chassis Command
3.6Output Fields for the show disk Command
3.7Output Fields for the show hardware Command
3.8Output Fields for the show port Command
3.9Output Fields for the show port transceiver Command
3.10Troubleshoot with System and Card LEDs
3.11Troubleshoot with System Power and Alarm LEDs
3.12Troubleshoot with Card Status LEDs
3.13Troubleshoot with On-Demand Diagnostics
3.14Obtaining Assistance

4

Servicing Hardware
4.1Servicing Line Cards
4.2Servicing Controller Cards
4.3Replacing a Transceiver
4.4Cleaning Optical Connectors
4.5Servicing the Advanced Services Engine
4.6Servicing the SmartEdge Storage Engine
4.7Replacing the Fan Tray
4.8Replacing the Air Filter

5

System Description
5.1Specification Summary
5.2Controller Cards
5.3Line Card Interfaces
5.4Advanced Services Card
5.5SmartEdge Storage Engine Card
5.6Packet Mesh Architecture
5.7Redundancy
5.8Alarms
5.9System Status
5.10SmartEdge 1200 Router

6

Card Descriptions
6.1Controller Cards
6.28-Port ATM OC-3c/STM-1c Card
6.34-Port ATM OC-3c/STM-1c Card
6.41-Port Enhanced ATM OC-12c/STM-4c Card
6.58-Port POS OC-3c/STM-1c Card
6.64-Port POS OC-12c/STM-4c Card
6.74-Port POS OC-48c/STM-16c Card
6.81-Port OC-192c/STM-64c Card
6.912-Port 10/100 Ethernet Card
6.1060-Port Fast Ethernet Card
6.114-Port Gigabit Ethernet Card
6.124-Port Advanced Gigabit Ethernet Card
6.134-Port Gigabit Ethernet 3 Card
6.1410-Port Gigabit Ethernet 1020 Card
6.1520-Port Gigabit Ethernet 1020 Card
6.165-Port Gigabit Ethernet Card
6.1720-Port Gigabit Ethernet Card
6.181-Port 10 Gigabit Ethernet Card
6.194-Port 10 Gigabit Ethernet Card

7

Advanced Services Engine
7.1LEDs
7.2Provisioning and Configuring the ASE Card
7.3ASE Operational Commands
7.4Operating Status

8

SmartEdge Storage Engine
8.1Hard Disk Drive Description
8.2Specifications and LEDs
8.3Provision and Configure the SSE Card
8.4SSE Operational Commands
8.5Operating Status


1   Site Preparation

Select the installation site for the SmartEdge® 1200 router, considering maintenance, electrical, and ventilation requirements. In addition, consider current and future cabling requirements.

1.1   Agency Compliance Information

Table 1    Agency Compliance Standards

Product Safety

Emissions

Immunity

NEBS Level 3(1)

UL 60950


CSA 22.2 No. 60950


IEC60950


EN60950


AS/NZS 60950

FCC part 15, Class A


ETSI EN300 386


CISPR 22 Class A


VCCI Class A


EN55022, Class A


AS/NZA 3548 Class A

EN61000-4-2


EN61000-4-3


EN61000-4-4


EN61000-4-5


EN61000-4-6


ETSI EN300 386

GR-63-CORE


GR-1089-CORE

(1)  The TX GBIC transceiver does not comply with the Network Equipment Building Standards (NEBS) electrostatic discharge (ESD) requirement.



 Caution! 
Risk of equipment damage. The intrabuilding ports of the line cards are suitable for connection to intrabuilding or unexposed wiring or cabling only. The intrabuilding ports of the line cards must not be metallically connected to interfaces that connect to the outside plant (OSP) or its wiring. These interfaces are designed for use in intrabuilding interfaces only (Type 2 or Type 4 ports as described in GR-1089-CORE, Issue 4) and require isolation from the exposed OSP cabling. The addition of primary protectors is not sufficient protection in order to connect these interfaces metallically to OSP wiring.
Note:  
The SmartEdge 1200 is suitable for installation in Network Telecommunication Facilities and as part of the Common Bonding Network (CBN).

1.2   Electrical Specifications

Table 2    Electrical Specifications

Requirement

Value

Input nominal voltage

–48 VDC

Input voltage range

–40 VDC to –57.5 VDC

Input power, maximum

3840 VA

Input power per feed, maximum

1920 VA

Input current rating per feed

40 ADC @ –48 VDC

Source DC power requirement

  • Sufficient to supply the rated input current

  • Local codes apply

Number of input feeds

4: 2 from battery plant A and 2 from battery plant B

Table 3    Operating and Inrush Current for Line Cards at –48 VDC

Component

Operating Current

Inrush Current(1)

ATM OC-3c/STM-1c (8-port)


ATM OC-3c/STM-1c (4-port)


Enhanced ATM OC-12c/STM-4c IR (1-port)

2.98


1.88


1.80

0.55


4.96


4.98

POS OC-3c/STM-1c (8-port, any SFP version)


POS OC-12c/STM-4c (4-port, any SFP version)


POS OC-48c/STM-16c (4-port, any SFP version)


OC-192c/STM-64c (1-port, any XFP version)

2.10


2.16


3.25


2.72

1.10


1.10


1.10


10.52 (max duration is 28 ms)

10/100 Ethernet (12-port)


Fast Ethernet–Gigabit Ethernet (60-port FE, 2-port GE)


Gigabit Ethernet (4-port, first versions)


Advanced Gigabit Ethernet (4-port, second versions)


Gigabit Ethernet 3 (4-port)


Gigabit Ethernet 1020 (10-port)


Gigabit Ethernet 1020 (20-port)(2)


Gigabit Ethernet (5-port)


Gigabit Ethernet (20-port)(3)


10 Gigabit Ethernet (1-port)


10 Gigabit Ethernet (4-port)

1.44


2.80


1.56


1.56


2.24


2.95


3.70


2.30


6.25


2.72


6.25

4.20


0.62 (max duration is 28 ms)


4.04


4.04


4.00 (max duration is 20 µs)


14.20 (max duration is 20 µs)


12.40 (max duration is 20 µs)


1.34 (max duration is 20 µs)


1.50


10.52 (max duration is 20 µs)


1.00

(1)  Inrush current occurs during power on or during the installation of a component in a powered-on chassis. Unless noted, maximum duration is 4 ms.

(2)  The 20-port GE1020 card requires two adjacent slots.

(3)  Because the TX SFP is larger than a standard SFP, you cannot insert two TX SFPs side by side on the 20-port GE line card.



Inrush current occurs during power on or during the installation of a component in a powered-on chassis. Unless noted, maximum duration is 4 ms.

Table 4    Operating and Inrush Current for Chassis Components at –48 VDC

Component

Operating Current

Inrush Current

Controller Cards

XCRP3 (active or standby)


XCRP4 (active or standby)

0.86


2.21

3.00


0.52 (max duration is 25 ms)

ASE

ASE

2.68

1.20 (max duration is 120 ms)

SSE

SmartEdge Storage Engine

2.80

0.86 (max duration is 48 ms)

Chassis

Fan tray (nominal speed)


Fan tray (high speed)

2.20


5.40

6.60 (max duration is 3 ms)


6.60 (max duration is 3 ms)

1.3   Electrical Power Connections

Note:  
The SmartEdge 1200 is to be installed in a restricted access area (dedicated equipment rooms, equipment closets, or other restricted-access area) and in accordance with Articles 110-26 and 110-27 of the National Electric Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, or in accordance with the applicable code in the country of installation.

The SmartEdge 1200 router power architecture has connectors for two power zones, each with primary and backup sources. Zone 1 powers slots 1 to 7; zone 2 powers slots 8 to 14. Both zones provide power to the fan tray. Both zones 1 and 2 must be connected for the chassis to be operational.

Primary sources are designated as A sources; backup sources are B sources. A1 refers to the primary power source for zone 1; B1 refers to the backup power source for zone 1. For a fully redundant power configuration, all four sources must be connected.

Table 5    Slot and Power Zone Configuration Options

Slot Power Configuration

Power Zone Configuration

Power Connection Options

All slots have redundant power.

Redundant power for zones 1 and 2

A1, B1, A2, B2

All slots have nonredundant power.

Nonredundant power for zones 1 and 2

A1, A2 or


B1, B2 or


A1, B2 or


B1, A2

Slots 1 to 7 have nonredundant power.


Slots 8 to 14 have redundant power.

Power to both zones


Redundant power for zone 2 only

A1, A2, B2 or


B1, A2, B2

Slots 1 to 7 have redundant power.


Slots 8 to 14 have nonredundant power.

Power to both zones


Redundant power for zone 1 only

A1, B1, A2 or A1, B1, B

The nonoperable conditions can occur for either or both of the following causes:

Table 6    Nonoperable Power Conditions

Slot Power Condition

Power Zone Condition

Currently Available Power

Slots 1 to 7 have no power.


Slots 8 to 14 have redundant power.

No power for zone 1


Redundant power for zone 2

A2, B2


A1 and B1 are not connected or have failed.

Slots 1 to 7 have no power.


Slots 8 to 14 have nonredundant power.

No power for zone 1


Nonredundant power for zone 2

A2 or B2


A1 and B1 are not connected or have failed.

Slots 1 to 7 have redundant power.


Slots 8 to 14 have no power.

Redundant power for zone 1


No power for zone 2

A1, B1


A2 and B2 are not connected or have failed.

Slots 1 to 7 have nonredundant power.


Slots 8 to 14 have no power.

Nonredundant power for zone 1


No power for zone 2

A1 or B1


A2 and B2 are not connected or have failed.

Each power connection must be able to supply a minimum 50 amperes. DC power connections require copper wire of a size suitable for the installation in accordance with the National Electrical Code (in the United States) or applicable local jurisdiction (outside the United States) installation requirements. An external fuse panel, either a stand-alone unit or incorporated in a DC power supply system, or a circuit breaker panel, is required for power on and power off control. A DC-powered system uses –48 VDC power, is powered from a fuse panel, and can be damaged by overloaded circuits.


 Caution! 
Risk of equipment damage. Ensure that the fuses in the external fuse panel are suitably rated for the installation in accordance with the National Electrical Code (in the United States) or applicable local jurisdiction (outside the United States) installation requirements.

1.4   Environmental Requirements

The installation area for the SmartEdge 1200 hardware must allow the following clearances:

Table 7    Environmental Requirements

Specification

Value

Cooling

Forced air (fan cooled)

Operating temperature, nominal

41° to 104°F (5° to 40°C)

Operating temperature, short term(1)

23° to 131°F (–5° to 55°C)

Storage temperature

–38° to 150°F (–40° to 70°C)

Operating relative humidity

5 to 95% RH (noncondensing)

Storage relative humidity

5 to 95% RH (noncondensing)

Operating altitude

0 to 10,000 ft (3,048m)

Earthquake

Telcordia 63-CORE Zone 4-compliant

Thermal dissipation, maximum

3,840 watts (13,102 BTU/hour)

(1)  Short term refers to a period of time not more than 96 consecutive hours and a total of not more than 15 days in one year (360 hours in any given year, but no more than 15 occurrences during that year).


1.5   Physical Specifications

Router depth dimension includes the front cable tray and the power safety cover.

Table 8    SmartEdge 1200 Physical Specifications

Mechanical Specification

Value

Chassis dimensions

21.0 inches (53.3 cm) height


17.3 inches (43.8 cm) width


22.7 inches (57.7 cm) depth

Chassis weight(1)

55 lbs (25 kg) all card slots empty, ready for installation


110 lbs (50 kg) all card slots filled

Fan tray weight

16 lb (7.28 kg) - included in the chassis weight listed above

Chassis mounting

19- or 23-inch rack

Total slots

14

Line card slots

12

Common equipment slots

2

Card dimensions

9.75 inches (24.80 cm) height


12.73 inches (32.30 cm) depth

(1)  Included the fan tray weight of 16 lb (7.28 kg).


Note:  
Chassis depth dimension includes the front cable tray and the power safety cover.

Figure 1   SmartEdge 1200 Chassis Dimensions

Table 9    SmartEdge 1200 Connections

Card Connections

Connector Type

ATM OC-3c/STM-1c (8-port)


ATM OC-3c/STM-1c (4-port)


ATM OC-12c/STM-4c IR (1-port)

LC, front chassis access


LC, front chassis access


LC, front chassis access

POS OC-3c/STM-1c (8-port, any SFP version)


POS OC-12c/STM-4c (4-port, any SFP version)


POS OC-48c/STM-16c (4-port, any SFP version)


OC-192c/STM-64c (1-port, any XFP version)

LC, front chassis access


LC, front chassis access


LC, front chassis access


LC, front chassis access

10/100 Ethernet (12-port)


Fast Ethernet–Gigabit Ethernet (60-port FE, 2-port GE)


Gigabit Ethernet (4-port, first and second versions)


Gigabit Ethernet 3 (4-port)


Gigabit Ethernet 1020 (10-port)


Gigabit Ethernet 1020 (20-port)(1)


Gigabit Ethernet (5-port)


Gigabit Ethernet (20-port)(2)


10 Gigabit Ethernet (1-port)


10 Gigabit Ethernet (4-port)

RJ-45, front chassis access


MRJ21 (FE ports), RJ-45 (GE ports), front chassis access(3)


SC or RJ-45, front chassis access(4)


LC, front chassis access


LC, front chassis access


LC, front chassis access


LC, front chassis access


LC, front chassis access


LC, front chassis access


LC, front chassis access

Operations Connections

Connector Type

Management workstation (LAN)


Craft console (RS-232)


External Timing, Primary and Secondary (DS-1 or E1)


Modem, SL7 and SL8 (RS-232)(5)


Alarm (5)


Status/Ctl (5)


Power and chassis ground

RJ-45, front chassis access


DB-9, front chassis access


DB-9, rear chassis access


DB-25, rear chassis access


DB-25, rear chassis access


DB-37, rear chassis access


1/4-20 threaded holes on 0.625-inch (1.59 cm) centers, rear chassis access

Advanced Services Engine

RJ-45, front chassis access

(1)  The 20-port GE1020 card requires two adjacent slots.

(2)  Because the TX SFP is larger than a standard SFP, you cannot insert two TX SFPs side by side on the 20-port GE line card.

(3)  The front panel has 5 MRJ21 connectors, each supporting 12 FE ports; a breakout cable, which uses RJ-45 connectors for the individual ports, is available from Ericsson.

(4)  Connector type is determined by the gigabit interface converter (GBIC) version installed in the port.

(5)  The SmartEdge OS does not support this connection.


1.6   Select the Rack

You can mount the SmartEdge 1200 chassis in a standard 19- or 23-inch rack. Brackets for the 23-inch rack are not shipped with the chassis but are available from Ericsson in the bracket spares kit.

The SmartEdge 1200 chassis requires 12 RUs and 3 RUs for the bottom air ramp. A stand-alone external fuse panel requires one RU.

Note:  
Ericsson does not supply fuse panels.

Figure 2 shows the installation of several SmartEdge 1200 chassis in a 45-RU rack. In this installation, 3 RUs of empty space exist at the rack.

The lower air ramp is required in this installation. The upper air ramp, which is n integral part of the chassis, also serves as the lower air ramp for the chassis installed above it.


 Caution! 
Risk of equipment damage. Never install the chassis in a rack that has not been stabilized by being bolted to the floor and to the ceiling and always select a mounting position that is suitable to the type of rack in which the chassis is being installed.

You must install a lower air ramp below the chassis when you install the chassis at the bottom of the rack or when you install other equipment below the chassis.

Figure 2   SmartEdge 1200 Chassis in a 42-RU Rack

Regardless of rack width and height, mounting positions for the SmartEdge 1200 chassis include:

Note:  
Because the fan tray and cable tray extend beyond the front of the rack in any of the four mounting positions, a rack with a front door might not be suitable for the installation unless the door is removed.

Figure 3   SmartEdge 1200 Chassis Extensions Beyond the Front of the Rack for Each Mounting Position

1.7   Select the Installation Method

The SmartEdge 1200 chassis is heavy, as much as 110 lb (50 kg) when all slots have cards installed, and somewhat unwieldy, so that when planning the installation, consideration must be given to how the chassis can best be installed at the site you have chosen. Two possible installation scenarios are:

1.8   Equipment and Personal Safety Warnings


 Warning! 
Risk of electrical shock. Always remove the fuses in the fuse panel for all power sources to the chassis power zones (A1 and A2, B1 and B2) before connecting the power cables to the chassis. After the power cables are connected to the chassis and the fuse panel, the system is fully powered on; there is no power chassis.

 Warning! 
Risk of electrical shock. This equipment must be connected to a protective ground in accordance with the instructions provided in this guide. Improper grounding can result in an electrical shock.

 Warning! 
Risk of electrical shock. Only qualified personnel are allowed to service the system. There are mechanical and electrical shock hazards present throughout the system if one or more of the cards is removed.

 Warning! 
Risk of severe damage to your eyes. Do not stare into the connector or directly view the laser beam emerging from the connector. Keep the connectors covered until you are ready to connect the fiber-optic cables. All versions of the optical cards are Class 1 products, which use lasers to convert electrical signals to optical signals that can damage your eyes.

 Warning! 
Risk of personal injury. Disconnect the telecommunications network cables before removing the card to which they are connected. This equipment does not provide safety isolation between any port that is connected to a digital network termination point and any other port to which terminal equipment may be connected.

1.9   DC Power Source Warnings


 Warning! 
Risk of electrical shock. A readily accessible disconnection device, such as a fuse in a fuse panel, must be provided in the fixed wiring for each DC power source. It must be suitable for the rated voltage and current specified. Because a system is fully powered on after all power connections are made, it can cause shock if a power cable is disconnected from the chassis.

 Warning! 
Risk of electrical shock. Disconnect all telecommunications network lines before disconnecting the unit from the ground point. Safe operation of this equipment requires connection to a ground point.

 Warning! 
Risk of electrical shock. DC power sources can cause severe injury. The DC power sources must be installed only in restricted access areas (dedicated equipment rooms, equipment closets, or the like) in accordance with Articles 110-17, 110-26, and 110-27 of the National Electric Code, ANSI/NFPA 70. Connect the chassis to a –48 VDC source that is reliably connected to earth.

1.10   Access During the Initial Startup and Reload Operations

During the initial startup, only the console port (labeled “CRAFT” on the XCRP4 Controller card and “CRAFT 2” on the XCRP3 Controller card) is operable until you have configured the Ethernet management port (labeled “ENET MGMT” on the XCRP4 Controller card and “ENET” on the XCRP3 Controller card). During a reload operation, the management port is disabled until the initial stage of the reload is complete; all messages displayed during the reload are sent to the console port.

You access the SmartEdge 1200 router with a terminal connected to the console port, either directly or through a terminal server.

For more information about configuring cards, ports, and circuits; see related documentation at https://ebusiness.ericsson.net.

1.11   Access During Normal Operations

After you have configured the management port, you can use one or more of the following options to provide management access:

For redundancy, we recommend using two different methods (for example, a remote workstation and a remote console terminal with a connection to a terminal server). Further, if the configuration of the SmartEdge 1200 router includes redundant controller cards, you should use the same means of access to connect each controller card, so that consistent management access, despite a failure, is guaranteed.

1.12   Management Access Options

Table 10    Options for Management Access

Option

Equipment Requirements

Ethernet port connection to a local management workstation

  • A PC-type workstation, running Windows XP, NT, 2000, 98, 95, 3.01, or DOS with Telnet client

  • Shielded Ethernet crossover cable

Ethernet port connection to a remote management workstation

  • A PC-type workstation, running Windows NT, 2000, 98, 95, 3.01, or DOS with Telnet client

  • Shielded Ethernet straight cable (shipped with the system)

  • Router or bridge

Craft 2 port connection to a local console terminal

  • Local terminal—choose one of the following options:
    — ASCII/VT100 console terminal or equivalent that runs at 9600 baud, 8 data bits, no parity, 1 stop bit

    — PC-type workstation, running Windows NT, 2000, 98, 95, 3.01, or DOS with terminal emulator, in the same configuration as the ASCII/VT100 terminal

  • Terminal server.

  • Craft console cable (shipped with the system)

Craft 2 port connection to a remote console terminal

  • Local terminal—choose one of the following options:
    — ASCII/VT100 console terminal or equivalent that runs at 9600 baud, 8 data bits, no parity, 1 stop bit
    — PC-type workstation, running Windows NT, 2000, 98, 95, 3.01, or DOS with terminal emulator, in the same configuration as the ASCII/VT100 terminal

  • Terminal server cable

1.13   Gathering Cables and Tools

In addition to the equipment shipped with the SmartEdge router and the equipment required for installation, you require cables for the following connections:

Table 11    Tools Needed for SmartEdge 1200 Hardware Installation

Tool

Purpose

Heavy-duty cart

Transport chassis and system equipment from the receiving area to the installation site.

Power lifter

Optional (depending on installation scenario). Position the chassis in the rack.

#1 Phillips screwdriver

Remove and install the fan tray and cable tray; remove and install the cards. The screwdriver needs a 0.1875-inch barrel that is 5 to 6 inches long to install and remove the cable tray.

#2 or #3 Phillips screwdriver(1)

Attach the mounting brackets to the chassis and air ramp. Install the chassis and air ramp in the rack.

7/16-inch torque wrench

Connect the chassis ground cables.

Cable crimping tool(2)

Secure barrel or open lugs to the DC power and chassis ground cables.(3)

(1)  Depending on the screws that you use to install the chassis in a rack, a #3 Phillips screwdriver might be more appropriate than the #2 screwdriver.

(2)  The OUR840 manufactured by Burndy Tooling (recommended) or equivalent.

(3)  When barrel lugs are not provided, there will be other options to secure the conductors.


1.14   Management Access Cables

A management access cable connects a console terminal, management workstation, or modem to a port on a controller card or the chassis.

Table 12    Cable Specifications for Management Access Cables

Name

Description

System Connector

Cable Connector

Maximum Distance(1)

Craft console cable

RS-232

DB-9 female

DB-9 male

35.0 ft - 10.7 m

Ethernet crossover cable

Category 5 shielded twisted-pair

RJ-45 female

RJ-45 male

328.1 ft - 100.0 m

Ethernet straight cable

Category 5 shielded twisted-pair

RJ-45 female

RJ-45 male

328.1 ft - 100.0 m

(1)  The maximum cable length for RS-232 cables is for any baud rate.


1.14.1   Craft Console Cable

This cable connects a local Craft console to the Craft 2 port on a controller card. The cable is constructed as a straight-through connection between a DB-9 male connector at the system end and a DB-9 female connector at the computer terminal end.

Table 13    Craft Console Cable Pin Assignments

Signal Name(1)

Signal Function

Notes

DCD (input)

Received Line Signal Detector

Not used

TXD (output)

Transmitted Data

SmartEdge router output

RXD (input)

Received Data

SmartEdge router input

DSR (input)

DCE Ready

Not used

Signal Ground

DTR (output)

DTE Ready

Not used

CTS (input)

Clear to Send

Not used

RTS (output)

Request to Send

Not used

RI (input)

Ring Indicator

Not used

(1)  The direction, input or output, is with respect to the controller card: input describes data flowing into the controller card; output describes data being transmitted by the controller card.


1.14.2   Ethernet Crossover Cable

This shielded cable connects the Ethernet port on a PC to the Ethernet port on a controller card. Both ends of the cable are terminated in standard RJ-45 eight-pin modular plugs.

Table 14    Ethernet Crossover Cable Pin Assignments

Signal Name

Pin

Notes

Tx (+)

3

Tx (–)

6

Rx (+)

1

No connection

No connection

Rx (–)

2

No connection

No connection

1.14.3   Ethernet Straight Cable

This shielded cable connects the Ethernet port on a controller card to a LAN hub. Both ends of the cable are terminated in standard RJ-45 eight-pin modular plugs.

Table 15    Ethernet Straight Cable Pin Assignments

Signal Name

Notes

Tx (+)

Tx (–)

Rx (+)

No connection

No connection

Rx (–)

No connection

No connection

1.15   External Timing Cables

An external timing cable provides a connection from an external synchronization source, such as a building integrated timing supply (BITS) or synchronization supply unit (SSU), to a SmartEdge router. Using two cables you can connect a SmartEdge chassis to primary and secondary inputs on the external equipment.

Table 16    Cable Specification for External Timing Cable

Interface

Description

Chassis Connector(1)

Cable Connector

Maximum Distance

External Timing

Shielded twisted-pair

DB-9 female

DB-9 male

None

(1)  The chassis connectors are on the rear of the chassis.


A cable consists of two individually shielded, twisted-wire pairs: one pair for the synchronization input and another pair for the synchronization output.

Note:  
The XCRP3 Controller card can receive and transmit timing data and the XCRP4 Controller card can receive timing data only. However, the SmartEdge OS does not support the transmission of timing data to another SmartEdge router or any other external equipment.

The nominal impedance of the DS-1 wire pairs is 100 ohms; that of the E1 wire pairs is 120 ohms.

One end of the cable is terminated with a DB-9 male connector; the other end of the cable is left unterminated for attachment to the wirewrap posts of the external equipment. Both of the DB-9 connectors (PRIMARY and SECONDARY) on the rear panel of a SmartEdge chassis have identical pin assignments.

Note:  
An adapter, available as an option, provides wirewrap pins to allow you to attach a cable without a connector.

To bring a signal from external equipment into the SmartEdge router:

Table 17    External Timing Cable Pin Assignments

Signal Name(1)

Color

Notes

Shield

Bare Wire

Frame ground connection

External equipment input (+)

White

Twisted pair with pin 6

No connection

External equipment output (+)

White

Twisted pair with pin 9

Shield

Bare Wire

Frame ground connection

External equipment input (–)

Blue

Twisted pair with pin 2

No connection

No connection

External equipment output (–)

Orange

Twisted pair with pin 4

(1)  The direction, input or output, is with respect to the controller card: input describes data flowing into the controller card; output describes data being transmitted by the controller card.


1.16   Line Card Cable Specifications

Table 18    Cable Specifications for Line Cards

Line Card Type

Description

Card Connector

Cable Connector

Maximum Distance

ATM OC-12c/STM-4c (any version)

Single-mode fiber

LC female

LC male

9.3 mi - 15.0 km

ATM OC-3c-STM-1c SR-0

Multimode fiber 62.5/125 µm

LC female

LC male

1.2 mi - 2.0 km

ATM OC-3c-STM-1c IR-1

Single-mode fiber 9/125 µm

LC female

LC male

9.3 mi - 15.0 km

Advanced Services Engine

Category 5 shielded twisted-pair

RJ-45 female

RJ-45 male

328.1ft - 100.0 m

10/100 Ethernet

Category 5 shielded twisted-pair Ethernet straight or crossover(1)

RJ-45 male

RJ-45 male

328.1ft - 100.0 m

FE–GE: 10/100 ports

Category 5 UTP braid shielded #24 AWG solid jacket, with copper braid, tin shielded for each port

MRJ21 female

RJ-45 modular plug, shielded, male

328.1ft - 100.0 m

FE–GE: 100/1000 ports

Category 5 shielded twisted-pair

RJ-45 male

RJ-45 male

328.1ft - 100.0 m

(1)  See Cable Options for a 10/100 Ethernet Line Card table to determine which cable, straight or crossover, is suitable; the cable must be grounded at both ends.


1.17   Transceiver-Based Gigabit Ethernet Line Card Cables

Table 19    Cable Specifications for Transceiver-Based Gigabit Ethernet Line Cards

Transceiver Type

Description(1)

Card Connector

Cable Connector

Maximum Distance

SX GBIC transceiver

Multimode fiber 62.5/125 µm

SC female

SC male

1,804.4 ft - 550.0 m

Multimode fiber 50/125 µm

SC female

SC male

656.2 ft - 200.0 m

TX transceiver

4-pair, Category 5 shielded twisted-pair(2)

RJ-45

RJ-45

328.1 ft - 100.0 m

LX GBIC transceiver

Single-mode fiber 9/125 µm

SC female

SC male

6.2 mi - 10.0 km

LX70 GBIC transceiver

Single-mode fiber 9/125 µm

SC female

SC male

43.5 mi - 70.0 km

SX SFP transceiver

Multimode fiber 62.5/125 µm

LC female

LC male

1,640.4 ft - 500.0 m

Multimode fiber 50/125 µm

LC female

LC male

656.2 ft - 200.0 m

LX SFP transceiver

Single-mode fiber 9/125 µm

LC female

LC male

6.2 mi - 10.0 km

ZX SFP transceiver

Single-mode fiber 9/125 µm

LC female

LC male

49.7 mi - 80.0 km(3)

SR SFP transceiver

Multimode fiber 62.5/125 µm

LC female

LC male

984.4 ft - 300.0 m

IR SFP transceiver

Multimode fiber 50/125 µm

LC female

LC male

6.2 mi - 10.0 km

LRP transceiver

Multimode fiber 62.5/125 µm

LC female

LC male

984.4 ft - 300.0 m

LR/LW XFP transceiver

Multimode fiber 50/125 µm

LC female

LC male

6.2 mi - 10.0 km

ER XFP transceiver

Single-mode fiber 9/125 µm

LC female

LC male

24.9 mi - 80.0 km

ZR XFP transceiver(4) (5)

Single-mode fiber 9/125 µm

LC female

LC male

49.7 mi - 80.0 km

DWDM transceiver(6)

Single-mode fiber 9/125 µm

LC female

LC male

49.7 mi - 80.0 km

(1)  The SC connectors on the card are type SC/PC; cable and card connectors must match.

(2)  To comply with GR-1089 intrabuilding lightning surge requirements, intrabuilding wiring must be shielded, and the shield for the wiring must be grounded at both ends.

(3)  When the port level lossless flow control is enabled, the distance reach is limited to 43.5 mi (70.0km).

(4)  The ZR XFP transceiver is a multi-rate device and can be used in the 10GE Line Card and the SONET/SDH OC-192c/STM-64c LR Line Card.

(5)  Use part number XFP-OC192-LR2 when ordering the XFP transceivers with 10GE ZR functionality.

(6)  DWDM XFP transceivers support only ITU channels 35, 36, 37, 53, and 54; see the ITU DWDM Transmit Frequencies and Wavelengths table for the frequency and wavelength of each ITU channel; specified in ITU G.694.1.


1.18   Transceiver-Based SONET/SDH Line Card Cables

Table 20    Cable Specifications for the SONET/SDH Line Cards

Transceiver Type

Description

Card Connector(1)

Cable Connector

Maximum Distance

SR / SM(2)

Single-mode fiber 9/125 µm

LC, FC, or SC female

LC, FC, or SC male

1.2 mi - 2.0 km

IR / SM (2)

Single-mode fiber 9/125 µm

LC female

LC male

9.3 mi - 15.0 km

IR-2 / SM (with XFP transceiver)

Single-mode fiber 9/125 µm

LC female

LC male

24.9 mi - 40.0 km

LR-1 / SM

Single-mode fiber 9/125 µm

LC female

LC male

24.9 mi - 40.0 km

LR-2 / SM

Single-mode fiber 9/125 µm

LC female

LC male

49.7 mi - 80.0 km

(1)  The SC connectors on the card are type SC/PC; cable and card connectors must match.

(2)  Use part number SFP-OC3-SM-IR when ordering the SFP transceivers with POS OC-3 SR-1 or POS OC-3 IR-1 functionality.


1.19   10/100 Ethernet and Fast Ethernet–Gigabit Ethernet Cables

The choice of an Ethernet straight or crossover cable for a port on the 10/100 Ethernet card depends on the equipment to which it is being connected.

Table 21    Cable Options for a 10/100 Ethernet Line Card

Configuration

Cable Type

Port is connected to a router.

Straight

Port is connected to a switch.

Crossover

Port is connected to a 10/100 Ethernet port in another SmartEdge router.

Crossover

Note:  
The 10/100 Ethernet line card wiring is cross-connected like a switch or hub; this condition is denoted with the label “X” by each port.

1.19.1   10/100 Ethernet Crossover Cable Pin Assignments

Both ends of this shielded and grounded cable are terminated in standard RJ-45 eight-pin modular plugs.

Table 22    10/100 Ethernet Crossover Cable Pin Assignments

Signal Name

Pin

Notes

Rx (+)

3

Rx (–)

6

Tx (+)

1

Termination network

Termination network

Tx (–)

2

Termination network

Termination network

1.19.2   10/100 Ethernet Straight Cable Pin Assignments

Both ends of this shielded and grounded cable are terminated in standard RJ-45 eight-pin modular plugs.

Table 23    10/100 Ethernet Straight Cable Pin Assignments

Signal Name

Notes

Rx (+)

Rx (–)

Tx (+)

Termination network

Termination network

Tx (–)

Termination network

Termination network

1.19.3   Fast Ethernet Breakout Cable Pin Assignments

Table 24    Fast Ethernet Breakout Cable Pin Assignments

Port

MRJ21 Pins

RJ-45 Pins

Colors

1

1 2 13 14

1 2 3 6

White/Blue Blue/White White/Orange Orange/White

2

3 4 15 16

1 2 3 6

White/Green Green/White White/Brown Brown/White

3

25 26 37 28

1 2 3 6

White/Gray Gray/White Red/Blue Blue/Red

4

27 28 39 40

1 2 3 6

Red/Orange Orange/Red Red/Green Green/Red

5

5 6 17 18

1 2 3 6

Red/Brown Brown/Red Red/Gray Gray/Red

6

7 8 19 20

1 2 3 6

Black/Blue Blue/Black Black/Orange Orange/Black

7

29 30 41 42

1 2 3 6

Black/Green Green/Black Black/Brown Brown/Black

8

31 32 43 44

1 2 3 6

Black/Gray Gray/Black Yellow/Blue Blue/Yellow

9

9 10 21 22

1 2 3 6

Yellow/Orange Orange/Yellow Yellow/Green Green/Yellow

10

11 12 23 24

1 2 3 6

Yellow/Brown Brown/Yellow Yellow/Gray Gray/Yellow

11

33 34 45 46

1 2 3 6

Violet/Blue2 Blue/Violet Violet/Orange Orange/Violet

12

35 36 47 48

1 2 3 6

Violet/Green2 Green/Violet Violet/Brown Brown/Violet

2   Installing the Hardware


 Stop! 
The SmartEdge 1200 is to be installed in a restricted access area (dedicated equipment rooms, equipment closets, or other restricted-access area) and in accordance with Articles 110-26 and 110-27 of the National Electric Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, or in accordance with the applicable code in the country of installation.

Figure 4   Fully Loaded 42 RU Rack Configuration

To install system hardware:

  1. Install an external fuse panel.

    Use either a stand-alone unit or one incorporated in a DC power supply system, or use a circuit breaker panel. We recommend that the panel provide separate connectors for all power zones (A1, A2, B1, B2).

  2. Select the chassis position in the rack:
    1. The SmartEdge 1200 chassis requires 13 RUs.
    2. If you install the chassis at the bottom of the rack, you must install a separate air ramp below the chassis. This air ramp requires three RUs.
    3. A stand-alone external fuse panel requires one RU.

     Caution! 
    Risk of equipment damage. In a rack that has not been stabilized, the chassis can cause a rack to overbalance. To reduce the risk, never install the chassis in a rack that has not been stabilized by being bolted to the floor and to the ceiling and always select a mounting position that is suitable to the type of rack in which the chassis is being installed.
  3. Determine alignment and install the chassis mounting brackets:
    1. Recessed mount—The fan tray and cable tray extend approximately 4.6 inches (11.7 cm) beyond the front of the rack.
    2. Flush mount—The fan tray and cable tray extend approximately 7.9 inches (20.1 cm) beyond the front of the rack.
    3. Extended mount—The fan tray and cable tray extend approximately 10.1 inches (25.7 cm) beyond the front of the rack.
    4. Centered mount—The fan tray and cable tray extend approximately 11.1 inches (28.2 cm) beyond the front of the rack.
    5. Because the fan tray and cable tray extend beyond the front of the rack in any of the four mounting positions, a rack with a front door might not suit the installation unless the door is removed.
    6. The same chassis mounting brackets accommodate each of these mounting options; the brackets are simply attached to the chassis in different positions.
    7. The chassis can be mounted front- or rear-facing in any of the mounting positions.
    8. Brackets for the 23-inch rack are not shipped with the chassis but are available in the bracket spares kit (SXK 109 8786/1).

2.1   Installing the Chassis Mounting Brackets

A pair of chassis mounting brackets for a 19-inch rack are shipped with the chassis. Each bracket requires four 10-32 x 0.25-inch flat-head screws.

Note:  
Brackets for the 23-inch rack are not shipped with the chassis but are available in the bracket spares kit.

Figure 5   Installing Chassis Brackets for the Recessed Mount Position

Figure 6   Installing Chassis Brackets for the Flush Mount Position

Figure 7   Installing Chassis Brackets for the Extended Mount Position

Figure 8   Installing Chassis Brackets for the Centered Mount Position


 Caution! 
Risk of equipment damage. Always use the number and type of screws specified in the instructions. Failure to use the proper screws to attach the mounting brackets to the SmartEdge 1200 chassis and the brackets to the rack can damage the chassis.

To install either type of bracket:

  1. Position a mounting bracket against one side of the chassis, lining up four of the screw holes in the bracket with four of the screw holes in the side of the chassis, according to the mounting option you have selected. Refer to the proper orientation for installing the brackets in Figure 5, Figure 6, Figure 7, and Figure 8.
  2. Using a Phillips screwdriver, attach the bracket to the chassis with four of the screws provided with the mounting bracket; tighten each screw to a maximum torque of 15.0 inch-lbs (1.7 Newton-meters).
  3. Repeat Step 1 and Step 2 to attach the second bracket to the other side of the chassis.

2.2   Install the Chassis


 Warning! 
Risk of personal injury. Do not lift or move the chassis without the aid of another trained person. The empty chassis weighs almost 55 lb (25 kg) and can cause injury if one person attempts to lift or move it.

 Caution! 
Risk of equipment damage. Do not grasp the power safety cover, the cable tray, the opening for the fan tray, or any slot opening as a handhold when lifting or lowering the chassis. None of these components nor any opening can bear the strain induced by the chassis weight. Always grasp the chassis by its underside edges and not by the covers or the interior partition.

Perform the following steps when only two installers are available to install the chassis. In this scenario, the two installers lift the chassis into the rack; then one installer steadies it from the rear while the second installer inserts and tightens the rack mounting screws.

To install the SmartEdge 1200 chassis in the rack:

  1. Before you begin, you need eight 12-24 or equivalent screws.
  2. Move the heavy-duty cart so that the rear of the chassis is closest to the rack.
  3. Remove the fan tray:
    1. Using a Phillips screwdriver, loosen the captive screw on the front of the unit.
    2. Gently slide it from the chassis and set it aside.
  4. Create temporary rest points for the chassis.

    Partially insert two of the 12-24 screws in the holes in the rack just below those that you intend to align with the lowest screw holes in the mounting bracket. You rest the mounting brackets on these temporary rest points after you have lifted the chassis into the rack; see Figure 9.

Figure 9   Using Rest Points for Chassis Installation

  1. With one person at the rear of the rack and one at the front of the chassis, lift the chassis into the rack; let the mounting brackets rest on the two screws with the person at the rear of the rack steadying the chassis.
  2. With the Phillips screwdriver, secure the chassis to the rack with the remaining 12-24 or equivalent screws; then remove the two screws you used as rest points and insert them in the remaining screw holes in the brackets. Tighten each screw to a maximum torque of 30.0 inch-lbs (3.4 Newton-meters).
  3. Install the fan tray:
    1. Insert the unit into the chassis.
    2. With a Phillips screwdriver, tighten the screw on the front of the unit to a maximum torque of 5.0 inch-lbs (0.6 Newton-meters).
  4. If a lower air ramp is required, proceed to Mounting the Lower Air Ramp to continue the installation.

2.3   Mounting the Lower Air Ramp

Figure 10   Positioning the Lower Air Ramp

You must install a lower air ramp below the chassis when you install the chassis at the bottom of the rack or when you install other equipment below the chassis. This additional air ramp is needed for proper ventilation; see Figure 4.


 Caution! 
Risk of equipment damage. Always mount the air ramp at the same mounting depth as the SmartEdge 1200 chassis above it. Improper installation of the lower air ramp can cause loss of cooling and damage the SmartEdge 1200 chassis.

2.3.1   Install Air Ramp Mounting Brackets

Figure 11   Installing Air Ramp Brackets for the Recessed Mount Position

Figure 12   Installing Air Ramp Brackets for the Flush Mount Position

Figure 13   Installing Air Ramp Brackets for the Extended Mount Position

Figure 14   Installing Air Ramp Brackets for the Centered Mount Position

To install the air ramp mounting brackets:

  1. Position a mounting bracket against one side of the lower air ramp, lining up two of the screw holes in the bracket with two of the screw holes in the side of the air ramp. Ensure that the bracket position corresponds to the position of the chassis mounting brackets; see Figure 11, Figure 12, Figure 13, and Figure 14 for these details.
  2. Using a Phillips screwdriver, secure the bracket to the air ramp; tighten each screw to a maximum torque of 15.0 inch-lbs (1.7 Newton-meters).
  3. Repeat Step 1 and Step 2 to install the second bracket on the other side of the air ramp.

2.3.2   Install Lower Air Ramp

To install the lower air ramp:

  1. Position the air ramp just below the SmartEdge 1200 chassis so that the screw holes in the air ramp mounting brackets are aligned with the screw holes in the rack just below the chassis; see Figure 10.
  2. Using the Phillips screwdriver, secure the air ramp to the rack or extension hardware with four 12-24 or equivalent screws; tighten each screw to a maximum torque of 15.0 inch-lbs (1.7 Newton-meters).

2.4   Connecting the Power Cables

Figure 15   Connecting the Power Cables

The SmartEdge 1200 chassis has terminal studs for the primary and backup power sources for zones 1 and 2; these terminal studs are located on four power filters that are mounted on the rear of the chassis. The power cables are connected to separate connectors on the external fuse panel or circuit breaker panel. Two redundant connectors for ground cables also exist on the rear of the chassis.

Figure 15 shows the location of the power and chassis ground connectors. A safety cover, secured to the chassis by tabs and captive Phillips screws, prevents the cables from being deliberately disconnected and the connectors from being accidentally touched.

Note:  
In Figure 15, the SmartEdge 1200 chassis has an isolated DC return (DC-I). The –48V return terminal for each power source is not connected to either frame ground (primary or backup).

The chassis requires AWG #4 wire for power and chassis ground cables, but AWG #6 might be acceptable; follow the National Electrical Code (NEC) (in the United States) or local codes (outside the United States) that apply. Compression lugs, washers, locking washers, and hex-head nuts are shipped with the chassis; the compression lugs are intended for AWG #4 cables only.

2.4.1   Connect Chassis Ground Cables

The back panel of the SmartEdge 1200 chassis has two connectors for chassis ground cables for redundant connections. Each connector consists of a pair of 1/4-20 threaded holes on 0.625-inch (1.59 cm) centers, which are labeled FRAME GND. These are located at the rear of the chassis; see Figure 15.

Each chassis ground cable must be AWG #4, but AWG #6 might be acceptable, and installed in accordance with the NEC (in the United States) or applicable local jurisdiction (outside the United States) installation requirements.

To connect the chassis ground cables:

  1. Attach a compression lug to one end of a chassis ground cable:
    1. Insert one end of the chassis ground cable into the lug.
    2. Slip the tool over the compression lug and squeeze the handles several times to grip the connector.
    3. Continue to squeeze the handles until the automatic tool release indicates a completed compression.
  2. For each opening in a compression lug, insert a lock washer over a hex-head bolt followed by a washer; then insert the compression lug and hex-head bolts and washers into the pair of threaded holes labeled “FRAME GND” on one side of the chassis.
  3. Using a 7/16-inch torque wrench, tighten each hex-head bolt to a maximum torque of 25.0 inch-lbs (2.8 Newton-meters).
  4. Ensure that the other end of the cable is connected to an appropriate ground point.
  5. Repeat steps 1 to 4 for a redundant frame ground connection.

2.4.2   Connect Power Cables

The SmartEdge 1200 chassis has four power filters mounted on the back panel of the chassis, one filter for each of the four power sources. Each filter has two connectors, labeled –48V and RTN for a pair of power cables. Each power cable must be AWG #4, but AWG # 6 might be acceptable, and installed in accordance with the NEC or applicable local jurisdiction (outside the United States) installation requirements. The following DC power source warnings and cautions apply when connecting DC power sources:


 Warning! 
Risk of electrical shock. The DC power sources must be installed only in restricted access areas (dedicated equipment rooms, equipment closets, or the like) in accordance with Articles 110-17, 110-26, and 110-27 of the National Electric Code, ANSI/NFPA 70. Connect the chassis to a –48 VDC source that is reliably connected to earth.

 Warning! 
Risk of electrical shock. A readily accessible disconnection device, such as a fuse in a fuse panel, must be provided in the fixed wiring for each DC power source. It must be suitable for the rated voltage and current specified.

 Warning! 
Risk of electrical shock. Disconnect all telecommunications network lines before disconnecting the unit from the ground point. Safe operation of this equipment requires connection to a ground point.

 Warning! 
Risk of electrical shock. Verify that the power sources for the SmartEdge 1200 chassis meet the power specifications provided in Site Preparation and ensure that DC power cables meet the specifications provided in the same chapter before connecting the power cables.

 Warning! 
Risk of electrical shock. Always remove the fuses for both the A-side and B-side power sources in the fuse panel before connecting the power cables to the chassis.

 Warning! 
Risk of electrical shock. Improper grounding can result in an electrical shock. This equipment must be connected to a protective ground in accordance with the instructions provided in this guide.

 Caution! 
Risk of equipment damage. Ensure that the fuses in the external fuse panel are suitably rated for the installation in accordance with the National Electrical Code (in the United States) or applicable local jurisdiction (outside the United States) installation requirements.

To connect a pair of power cables to a filter:

  1. Remove the power safety cover; see Figure 16
    1. Using a Phillips screwdriver, loosen the captive screws at the lower edge of the cover.
    2. Lift the cover up and out to release the tabs that are inserted in the slots on the rear of the chassis.
  2. To connect a power cable:
    1. Insert one end of the power cable into the lug.
    2. Slip the tool over the compression lug and squeeze the handles several times to grip the connector.
    3. Continue to squeeze the handles until the automatic tool release indicates a completed compression.
  3. Repeat Step 2 to connect the second power cable to the terminal stud labeled RTN.
  4. Repeat Step 2 and Step 3 to connect the power cables to each of the other power filters.
  5. Install the power safety cover; see Figure 16
    1. Insert the tabs on the top edge of the safety cover into the slots on the rear of the chassis.
    2. Push on the lower edge of the cover so that the captive screws are inserted in the screw holes.
    3. Thumb tighten the captive screws; then, using a Phillips screwdriver, secure the safety cover to the rear of the chassis, to a maximum torque of 5.0 inch-lbs (0.6 Newton-meters).
  6. Tie and route the A-side and B-side power cables to convenient locations on the rack.

Figure 16   Installing the Power Safety Cover

2.5   Installing the Cable Tray

Figure 17   Installing the Cable Tray

To install the cable tray:

  1. Position the cable tray so that the two posts on the front of the chassis slide into the two keyhole cutouts on the cable tray and then adjust the position of the cable tray until it rests on the chassis posts; see Figure 17.
  2. Grasp the handle at the center of the cable tray and press the latch just behind it to open the front panel of the cable tray.
  3. Using a Phillips screwdriver, tighten the seven captive 4-40 screws to a maximum torque of 5.0 inch-lbs (0.6 Newton-meters). Four of these screws are at the top and are reached by inserting the screwdriver through the cable guide directly in front of the screw. The other three screws are at the bottom of the tray and are directly accessible.

2.6   Completing the Installation

After the chassis ground and power cables are connected to the chassis, you are ready to install the controller and line cards. If you need help identifying the cards, see the card illustrations provided in Card Descriptions You then install blank cards in any remaining empty slots.

2.6.1   Select the Slots

Card slots in the SmartEdge 1200 chassis are numbered sequentially from left to right as you face the front of the chassis.

Figure 18   SmartEdge 1200 Chassis Card Slots

Note:  
When you first power on the system, the active controller card is in slot 7. Thereafter, the slot changes whenever a switchover occurs.

Observe the following configuration rules when installing the cards:

2.6.2   Install Cards

Figure 19   Installing a Card

To install a card:

  1. Select an available slot for the card:
Table 25    Available Slots

Card

Available Slots

Controller

7 or 8

ATM OC-12c/STM-4c (any version)


ATM OC-3c/STM-1c (any version)

1 to 6 or 9 to 14

10/100 Ethernet


Fast Ethernet–Gigabit Ethernet

1 to 6 or 9 to 14

20-port Gigabit Ethernet 1020(1)

1 to 5, 9 to 13

Transceiver-based Gigabit Ethernet (any other version)

1 to 6 or 9 to 14

OC-192c/STM-64c (any XFP version)

1 to 6 or 9 to 14

ASE

1 to 6 or 9 to 14

SSE

1 to 6 or 9 to 14

(1)  The 20-port GE 1020 requires two adjacent slots.



 Stop! 
Risk of electrostatic discharge (ESD) damage. To reduce the risk of ESD damage, always use an ESD wrist or ankle strap when handling the card. Do not attach the wrist strap to a painted surface. Avoid touching the card, components, or any connector pins.
  1. Put on an antistatic wrist strap and attach it to an appropriate grounded surface.
  2. Loosen the captive screws and remove the current traffic or blank card that is installed in the slot for the new card.
  3. Align the new card with the card guides; these are located at the top and bottom of the card slot in the chassis.

     Caution! 
    Risk of equipment damage. When you insert the card, the underside of the card might rub against the electromagnetic interference (EMI) gasket of the adjacent card and potentially damage the card. If the card does not slide smoothly without effort, or if the card touches the components on the adjacent card, do not force the card into the slot. Shift the left edge of the front panel slightly to the right until the card slides easily into the slot.
  4. Position the ejector levers away from the front panel and then carefully slide the card into the slot. The ejector levers rotate as the latching mechanisms engage the walls of the slot and the connectors on the card are inserted into the connectors on the backplane.
  5. Fully seat the connectors with the backplane by pushing on the ejector levers until they are parallel with the front panel.
  6. Tighten the screws on the front panel. Then with the Phillips screwdriver, tighten each screw to a maximum torque of 5.0 inch-lbs (0.6 Newton-meters).
  7. Verify the operational status as described in Hardware Control and Troubleshooting
  8. Connect and route the cables using the procedures in Cable Management.

Repeat steps 2 to 7 for each card to be installed.

2.6.3   Install Blank Cards

When all cards have been installed, insert a blank card into every empty slot, and tighten the captive screws at the top and bottom of the front panel.


 Caution! 
Risk of equipment damage. SmartEdge 1200 cards can be damaged by lack of cooling. To reduce the risk, always insert a blank card in each empty slot to ensure proper airflow through the chassis.

2.6.4   Install Transceivers

Figure 20   Installing a GBIC Transceiver

Figure 21   Installing an SFP Transceiver

Figure 22   Installing an XFP Transceiver

Gigabit Ethernet ports require a gigabit interface converter (GBIC), a small form-factor pluggable (SFP), or a 10-Gbps SFP (XFP) transceiver in each port; the port on an OC-192c/STM-64c card also requires an XFP transceiver.

Table 26    Transceiver Types for Line Cards

Line Card

Transceiver(1)

Supported Versions

Gigabit Ethernet (4-port)

GBIC

SX, LX, LX70, TX

Advanced Gigabit Ethernet (4-port)

GBIC

SX, LX, LX70, TX

ATM OC-3c/STM-1c (4-port)

GBIC

IR

Enhanced ATM OC-12c/STM-4c (1-port)

GBIC

IR

ATM OC-3c/STM-1c (8-port)

SFP

SR-0, IR-1

POS OC-3c/STM-1c (8-port)

SFP

SR-0, SR-1, IR-1

POS OC-12c/STM-4c (4-port)

SFP

SR-1, IR-1

POS OC-48c/STM-16c (4-port)

SFP

SR-1, IR-1, LR-2

Gigabit Ethernet 3 (4-port)

SFP

SX, LX, TX, ZX, CWDMnnnn, DWDMnn

Gigabit Ethernet 1020 (10-port)

SFP

SX, LX, TX, ZX, CWDMnnnn, DWDMnn

Gigabit Ethernet 1020 (20-port)(2)

SFP

SX, LX, TX, ZX, CWDMnnnn, DWDMnn

Gigabit Ethernet (5-port)

SFP

SX, LX, TX, ZX, CWDMnnnn, DWDMnn

Gigabit Ethernet (20-port)(3)

SFP

SX, LX, TX, ZX, CWDMnnnn, DWDMnn

10 Gigabit Ethernet (1-port)

XFP

SR, LR, ER, ZR, DWDMnn

10 Gigabit Ethernet (4-port)

XFP

SR, LR, ER, ZR, DWDMnn

SONET/SDH OC-192c/STM-64c (1-port)

XFP

SR-1, IR-2, LR-2

(1)  If the transceiver has not been qualified for use in the line card, the system displays a warning message.

(2)  The 20-port GE 1020 card requires two adjacent slots.

(3)  Because the TX SFP is larger than a standard SFP, you cannot insert two TX SFPs side by side on the 20-port GE traffric card.



 Stop! 
Risk of data loss. Install only the transceivers approved by Ericsson. You can corrupt the system if you attempt to install transceivers have not been tested with SmartEdge line cards. To reduce the risk, .

To install a transceiver of any type:

  1. Put on an antistatic wrist strap and attach it to an appropriate grounded surface. Do not attach the wrist strap to a painted surface; an ESD convenience jack is located on the front of the fan tray.

     Stop! 
    Risk of ESD damage. Always use an ESD wrist or ankle strap when handling any transceiver. Avoid touching its connector pins.
  2. Ensure that the latching mechanism is closed.
  3. With the transceiver connectors aligned with the RX and TX labels on the front panel of the line card (as shown in Figure 21 or Figure 22), slide the transceiver into the opening for the port until the rear connector is seated and the locking mechanism snaps into place.

    The labels for the TX and RX connectors vary by vendor. An arrow, which can be incised on the case, usually indicates the traffic direction.

  4. Remove the dust cover if you are installing an optical transceiver.

GBIC transceivers are supported only on ports the first and second versions of the Gigabit Ethernet line cards. SFP transceivers are supported only on ports on GE3 and GE1020 line cards. XFP transceivers are supported only on ports on 10GE line cards.

Note:  
Transceivers are are hot-swappable; you can replace any transceiver without removing the Gigabit Ethernet card. However, you must shut down the port before performing the replacement procedure.


 Stop! 
Risk of data loss. You can corrupt the system if you attempt to install transceivers (GBICs, SFP, or XFPs) that are not approved by Ericsson because these items have not been tested with the SmartEdge router. To reduce the risk, install only the transceivers approved by Ericsson.

To remove a transceiver of any type:

  1. Shut down all activities on the port with the transceiver you want to replace. See related documentation at https://ebusiness.ericsson.net.
  2. Put on an antistatic wrist strap and attach it to an appropriate grounded surface. Do not attach the wrist strap to a painted surface; an ESD convenience jack is located on the front of the fan tray.

     Stop! 
    Risk of damage to fiber-optic cables. Never stop on a cable; never twist it when connecting it to or disconnecting it from a line card.
  3. Label and disconnect any cables attached to the transceiver you want to replace.

     Stop! 
    Risk of ESD damage. Transceivers contain electrostatic-sensitive devices. To reduce the risk of ESD damage, always use an ESD wrist or ankle trap when handling any transceiver. Avoid touching its connector pins.
  4. Release the latching mechanism:
    1. If the transceiver has a wire handle, unlatch it, and rotate it 90° to 180°.
    2. If the transceiver has latching tabs, squeeze and hold the tabs.
  5. Withdraw the transceiver from its port and insert a dust cover over the optical connectors.

2.6.5   Install CF Cards

Figure 23   Installing a CF Card

Each controller card has an external slot on the front panel in which you can install an optional Type I or Type II CF card. Type I CF cards are 3.3 mm thick and Type II are 5 mm thick.

If you install a CF card in the active controller card, the standby controller card, if installed, must also have a CF card installed; however, the CF card types (Type I or Type II) need not match.

Note:  
The XCRP4 Controller card supports Type I (3.3 mm thick) CF cards only.


 Caution! 

Risk of equipment damage. Do not force the CF card into its slot. If the card does not slide in easily, one of the following conditions is possible:

The card does not engage the connectors because it is mispositioned. Check the position and alignment as described in step 3. The card does not engage the connectors because it is upside down. Remove the card and rotate it 180°; then try again. The card has been previously damaged so that it cannot align correctly with the slot connectors; remove the card and discard it. Do not use it in any other equipment. The slot connectors have been bent or otherwise damaged by a previous card insertion; you must replace the controller card.

To install a CF card:

  1. If you are installing the CF card in an XCRP4 Controller card, open the door that covers the CF Type 1 slot until it “snaps” open.
  2. Hold the CF card so that its pin-hole side faces the slot in the controller front panel.
  3. Vertically align the CF card as close to the left edge of the slot as possible and perpendicular to it; see Figure 23.
  4. Slowly insert the CF card in the slot. If the CF card does not engage the connectors with approximately 0.50 inches (1.27 cm) of the CF card outside the slot, do not continue. Remove the CF card and repeat this step.
  5. If you are installing the CF card in an XCRP4 Controller card, close the door.

After insertion, the system automatically recognizes the CF card and begins to mount it. The CF Active LED begins to blink. When the CF Active LED is off, you can begin using the CF card.

If the system cannot successfully mount the file system on the CF card (for example, the file system is damaged or the card is unformatted), the CF Active LED stops blinking, becomes off, and the system displays an error message on the console. You must enter the format media-device command (in exec mode) to format the CF card and the mount command (in exec mode) to mount it.

For more information about the format media-device and mount commands, see related documentation at https://ebusiness.ericsson.net.

2.7   Cable Management

Cable management is implemented at the front of the chassis to accommodate both fiber-optic and copper cables. You route cables using the underside of the fan tray for the copper cables and the cable tray for fiber-optic cables. At the rear of the chassis, you route the external timing cables (if they are present) using fixed brackets at the top of the chassis.

2.8   Connections for Management Access

Connecting a console terminal or management workstation to the SmartEdge 1200 chassis is often a two-stage process. Initially, the console terminal is connected to the Craft port (also referred to as the console port) to configure the Ethernet port (also referred to as the management port). Configuring the management port and modifying the configuration of the console port is described in related documentation at https://ebusiness.ericsson.net. When the configuration is complete, you might need to alter the connections for normal operations.

2.8.1   Management Workstation

Figure 24   Connections for a Management Workstation

A management workstation connects to the SmartEdge 1200 chassis using the Ethernet port on the front of a controller card. This type of connection provides access to the operating system command-line interface (CLI) after you have configured the port.

Two types of connections are supported:

Neither type of connection is suitable during a reload operation because the Ethernet port is disabled until the reload is complete.

2.8.2   Local or Remote Console Terminal

Figure 25   Connections for a Local or Remote Console

A local or remote console terminal connects to the SmartEdge 1200 chassis using the Craft port on the front of a controller card. This type of connection provides access to the operating system CLI, either directly or through a terminal server.

A null modem is needed when connecting this cable to a modem; it is not needed when connecting it to a PC or terminal server.

This port is always available; all system messages are directed to this port during a power-on or reload operation.

When you first power on the system, the active controller card is in slot 7. Thereafter, the slot changes whenever a switchover occurs.

2.9   Connections for Line Card Cables

All line card cables are connected to the front panels of the cards; see Section 1.16 Site Preparation for cable specifications.

Not all ports are enabled on a low-density version of a line card. Low density line cards are identified by the label on the lower ejector level.

Table 27    Port Data for SmartEdge Line Cards

Line Card Type and Card Description

Physical Ports

Low-Density Version

Low-Density Port Numbers

ATM OC-3c/STM-1c (8-port)


ATM OC-3c/STM-1c (4-port)


Enhanced ATM OC-12c/STM-4c IR (1-port)

8


4


1

No


Yes


No


1, 3


POS OC-3c/STM-1c (8-port)(1)


POS OC-12c/STM-4c (4-port)


POS OC-48c/STM-16c (4-port)


OC-192c/STM-64c (1-port)

8


4


4


1

No


No


No


No




10/100 Ethernet (12-port)


Fast Ethernet–Gigabit Ethernet (60-port FE, 2-port GE)


Gigabit Ethernet (4-port)


Advanced Gigabit Ethernet (4-port)


Gigabit Ethernet 3 (4-port)


Gigabit Ethernet 1020 (10-port)


Gigabit Ethernet 1020 (20-port)(2)


Gigabit Ethernet (5-port)


Gigabit Ethernet (20-port)(3)


10 Gigabit Ethernet (1-port)


10 Gigabit Ethernet (4-port)

12


60, 2


4


4


4


10


20


5


20


1


4

No


No


Yes


Yes


No


No


No


No


No


No


No



1, 3


1, 3








Advanced Services Engine

4(4) (2 for each ASP)(5)

No

(1)  Use part number SFP-OC3-SM-IR when ordering the SFP transceivers with POS OC-3 SR-1 or POS OC-3 IR-1 functionality.

(2)  The 20-port GE1020 card requires two adjacent slots.

(3)  Because the TX SFP is larger than a standard SFP, you cannot insert two TX SFPs side by side on the 20-port GE line card.

(4)  The SmartEdge OS does not support these ports directly.

(5)  These ports are not used for control or data traffic.


2.9.1   Connect and Route Cables at the Front of the Chassis

Figure 26   Copper Cable Routing

You route the copper cables upward, using the cable bars on the underside of the fan tray to separate the cables for each card.

Figure 27   Fiber-Optic Cable Routing

Figure 28   FE–GE Breakout Cable

Figure 29   Routing an FE–GE Breakout Cable

After all copper cables are routed, you route the fiber-optic cables, using the cable guides in the cable tray to separate the cables for each card.

Cable connections are made with standard cables.

To connect and route the cables at the front of the chassis:

  1. Connect and route the copper cables; see Figure 26
    1. Insert each cable into the appropriate connector on the card.
    2. Starting with the cards installed in the inner slots (4 to 7 and 8 to 11), insert the cables for a card between the two cable bars for that card on the underside of the fan tray.
    3. With the cables resting on top of the cable bars, slide them to the outer edge of the fan tray.
    4. Tie-wrap the bundled cables from each card to the outside edge of the rack.
    5. Continue routing all copper cables, working toward the outer slots (1 to 3 and 12 to 14).
  2. Connect and route the fiber-optic cables; see Figure 27

     Caution! 
    Risk of damage to fiber-optic cables. Never step on a cable; never twist it when connecting it to or disconnecting it from a line card.
    1. If it is not already open, grasp the handle at the center of the cable tray and press the latch just behind it to open the front panel of the cable tray.
    2. Insert each cable into the appropriate connector on the card.
    3. Starting with the cards installed in the inner slots (4 to 7 and 8 to 11), insert the cables for a card between the cable guides for that card in the outer partition.
    4. Slide the cables under the slotted cover of the inner partition as much as is possible, but do not allow the cables to have a bend radius of more than 1.25 inches (3.18 cm).
    5. Tie-wrap the bundled cables from each card to the outside edge of the rack.
    6. Continue routing all fiber-optic cables, working toward the outer slots (1 to 3 and 12 to 14).
  3. Connect and route the breakout cables for the FE–GE line cards:
    1. Thread the MRJ21 connector end of a breakout cable through the cable management bracket at the right side of the card slot.
    2. Attach the breakout cable to the right-most connector to be cabled on an FE–GE line card. Position the connector so that the incised label “KEY” on the connector is on the bottom side of the connector as you face the chassis.

       Caution! 
      Risk of equipment damage. The cable connector is keyed to ensure that you insert it with the correct orientation into the front panel connector. However, it is possible to force an incorrectly positioned cable connector into the connector on the front panel. To reduce the risk of overriding the key, ensure that the incised “KEY” label is on the left side of the connector.
    3. Tighten the captive screws without letting the front panel support the weight of the cable.

       Stop! 
      Risk of equipment damage. Never allow the front panel to support the weight of the cable; support the cable and immediately route it before you connect another cable. A breakout cable for the 60 10/100 ports on the FE–GE line cards is made of AWG #24 wire and includes individual cables for 12 ports; when connected to the FE–GE front panel, the cable weight can cause the front panel to be separated from the FE–GE printed circuit board.
    4. Tie-wrap the breakout cable to the rack so that it supports the weight of the cable.
    5. Continue to connect and route the breakout cables for the other MRJ21 connectors on the card.
    6. Connect and route the cables for the GE ports on the FE–GE card.

       Caution! 
      Risk of equipment damage. Use a different opening in the cable management bracket for the GE port cables. You can damage the GE port cables if you thread them through the same opening in the cable management bracket that contains the breakout cables.

2.10   Connections for Advanced Services Card Cables

Table 28    Port Data for Advanced Services Cards

Type of Card/Description

Physical Ports(1)

Low-Density Version

Low-Density Port Numbers

Advanced Services Engine

4 (2 for each ASP)(2)

No

(1)  The SmartEdge OS does not support these ports directly.

(2)  These ports are not used for control or data traffic.


2.11   Connections for External Timing Cables

Figure 30   System Management Cable Routing at the Rear of the Chassis

To connect and route the external timing and power cables at the rear of the chassis:

  1. Connect and route the external timing cables.

    Attach the DB-9 ends of the external timing cables to the primary and secondary connectors, labeled PRIMARY and SECONDARY, at the center rear of the SmartEdge 1200 chassis; tie the cables to the rack.

    If your cables do not have a connector on the system end, you can install an adapter, available as an option, in each chassis connector and then wire wrap the cable pins to the adapter.

  2. Tie and route the chassis ground cables and the power cables to convenient locations on the rack.
    Note:  
    The operating system does not support the alarm, status, and RS-232 dial-up modem ports.

2.12   Connections for Equipment and Network Ends Cables

To connect the cables from the front of the chassis:

  1. Connect the line card cables to their networks.
  2. Ensure that the management access equipment is configured properly.
  3. Connect the management access cables to the equipment or their networks; perform this step for one or more of these options, depending on the cables you have connected to the system.

To connect the cables from the rear of the chassis:

  1. If you have installed external timing cables, attach the unterminated ends of the cables to the wire-wrap posts of the external equipment.
  2. Complete the power connection to the external fuse panel or circuit breaker panel. The procedure for the circuit breaker panel is beyond the scope of this book.
  3. Connect the management access cables to the equipment or their networks; perform this step for one or more of these options, depending on the cables you have connected to the system.

To connect to a fuse panel:

  1. Remove the fuses for the connectors on the external fuse panel that you intend to use for the four pairs of the power cables.
  2. Connect the primary power zone 1 cables (A1) to their –48V and RTN connectors on the external fuse panel.
  3. Connect the primary power zone 2 cables (A2) to their –48V and RTN connectors on the external fuse panel.
  4. If you are installing redundant power, connect the backup power zone 1 and power zone 2 cables (B1 and B2) to their –48V and RTN connectors on the external fuse panel.

 Warning! 
Risk of electrical shock. After the power cables are connected to the chassis and the fuse panel, the system is fully powered on; there is no power switch. To reduce the risk, always remove the fuses from the fuse panel or if there is a circuit breaker, switch the circuit breaker to the OFF position, before connecting or disconnecting a power cable.

2.13   Powering On and Off the Chassis


 Caution! 
Risk of equipment damage. Ensure that the fuses in the external fuse panel are suitably rated for the installation in accordance with the National Electrical Code (in the United States) or applicable local jurisdiction (outside the United States) installation requirements.

Power on the SmartEdge 1200 chassis by inserting the fuses in the external fuse panel. The power LEDs on the front of the chassis light, depending on the power connections you have made, to signify that power is being supplied.

Figure 31   SmartEdge 1200 Status LEDs

Table 29    SmartEdge 1200 Status LEDs

Label

Activity

Color

Description

A1, B1

On

Green

The zone 1 –48 VDC power source (primary or backup) is present:


  • A1—Primary source

  • B1—Backup source

Off

None

The zone 1 –48 VDC power source (primary or backup) is absent.

A2, B2

On

Green

The zone 2 –48 VDC power source (primary or backup) is present:


  • A2—Primary source

  • B2—Backup source

Off

None

The zone 2 (primary or backup) –48 VDC power source is absent.

FAN

On

Red

A failure condition exists in the fan tray.(1)

 

Off

None

The fan tray is fully functional.

(1)  The failure can be the result of either a nonfunctional fan or malfunctioning fan controller card; the failure condition can be detected by the power-on or ODD tests.


During the power-on sequence for the SmartEdge 1200 chassis, the line cards are held in low-power mode until the operating system determines which slot has the active controller card. After the active controller card (and the standby controller card, if it is installed) are initialized, the operating system initializes the configured line cards starting with the lowest-numbered slot. If a line card is not configured, no power is allocated to it.

If the chassis power capacity is exceeded before all configured cards are initialized, the remaining cards are left in low-power mode. You must manually unconfigure one of the initialized line cards (using the no form of the card command in global configuration mode) before the operating system can initialize these power-denied cards. Because the power capacity check is always performed when line cards are configured from the CLI (using the card command or the port command in global configuration mode), no cards are denied power during the power-on sequence unless mismatched controller cards are installed.

If the active and standby controller versions are different, the operating system allocates power for both controller cards, initializes them, and issues a controller mismatch alarm.

The operating system always reserves enough power during system configuration so that if the system has only a single controller card installed, it is always possible to install a standby controller card of the same type at a later time.

To power off the system, remove all fuses for both power zones (primary and backup for each zone) in the fuse panel.

2.13.1   Power-On Diagnostics

Power-on diagnostics verify the correct operation of the controller cards, backplane, fan tray, and each installed line card during a power-on or reload sequence of the SmartEdge 1200 chassis. These tests also run whenever a controller or line card is installed in a running system. The power-on diagnostics for each component consist of a series of tests, each of which can indicate a component failure.

During each test, the power-on diagnostics display results and status. If an error occurs during the testing of a card, the test lights the FAIL LED on the failing card but does not stop the loading of the operating system. A failure on the backplane or fan tray causes the FAN LED on the fan tray to light.

The maximum test time is 130 seconds: 60 seconds for a controller card, 10 seconds for the backplane and fan tray, and 5 seconds for each installed line card. If the system has two controller cards, the controller tests run in parallel.

To display results from power-on diagnostics, enter one of the following commands in any mode:

show diag pod component

show diag pod component detail

Table 30    Components Tested by POD

Component

Component Argument Values

Backplane

backplane

Controller card

card 7


card 8

Fan tray

fan tray

Line card

card n (slot number 1 to 6 or 9 to 14)

The detail keyword allows you to determine which test the component has failed.

In general, if a component fails to pass its power-on diagnostic tests, you need to replace it or make arrangements for its replacement. Contact your technical support representative for more information about the results of a failed test.

Power-on diagnostics are enabled by default in the operating system. If they are disabled, you can enable them with the diag pod command in global configuration mode.

3   Hardware Control and Troubleshooting

The operating system command-line interface (CLI) includes commands that display hardware configuration and status information, allow hardware troubleshooting, and provide hardware control and recovery. You enter all commands through the management port or the console port on the active controller card. When the system is powered on or reloaded, the active controller card is in slot 7.

The mode in which you enter a command is as follows:

3.1   Hardware Status

The CLI commands listed in Table 31 display status information, such as power, temperature, ports, and alarms for the fan tray and individual cards and ports. Required characters and keywords are shown in bold; arguments for which you must supply a value are shown in italics. You can enter show commands in any mode.

For descriptions of the output for any CLI command, see related documentation at https://ebusiness.ericsson.net.

Table 31    CLI Commands for Hardware Status

Task or Information Needed

CLI Command

Comments

Status of power, temperature for all installed units

show hardware


show hardware detail

 

Status for all ports

show port


show port detail


show port counters


show port perf-monitor

 

Status of a specific port, including alarms

show port detail slot/port

 

Status of SFP and XFP transceivers

show port transceiver

 

Status of the SmartEdge Service Engine (SSE) card

show administrators


show chassis


show chassis power


show configuration


show configuration sse


show disk sse


show disk sse counters


show hardware


show sse {group | partition}


show sse counters


show system alarm sse

These show commands display a variety of information about the SSE card. The information contains software version information, system uptime, task information, configuration information, and current state of the card.

Status of all alarms at system, slot, port, and transceiver level

show system alarm

 

Status of alarms for specific slot, port, or transceiver

show system alarm all

When reporting alarms and warnings of the transceivers, the SFP transceivers must be compliant to SFF-8472 and the XFP transceivers must be compliant to INF-8077i.

The show system alarm all command reports the status of alarms for specific transceiver or SNMP trap system alarm, Transceiver alarm reporting (including corresponding SNMP traps) is disabled by default.

Status of alarms for specific transceiver or SNMP trap

system alarm

Transceiver alarm reporting (including corresponding SNMP traps) is disabled by default.

Status of ASE cards

show tech-support ase

Helps your technical support representative resolve issues on an ASE card. The command shows software version information, system uptime, task information, configuration information, and current state of each card.

3.2   CLI Commands for Hardware Control

Required characters and keywords for commands are shown in bold; arguments for which you must supply a value are shown in italic.

Table 32    CLI Commands for Hardware Configuration and Control

Task or Information Needed

CLI Command

Comments

Shut down, restart hardware(1)

 

 

Shut down (disable) a port

port port-typeslot/port


shutdown

The shutdown command disables the port, but does not clear counters; use theclear port counters command to clear the counters for a specific port.

Restart the system (reload the controller)

reload

The reload command does not reset the hardware.

Restart a line card (reload its software)

reload card slot

 

Reload the SSE disk

reload disk slot_number_disk_num

 

Restart (enable) a port

port port-typeslot/port


no shutdown

 

Hardware data—Version, slot number, port number, physical layer interface, speed, mode, counters

Summary information

show chassis


show hardware


show port

 

Detailed information

show hardware fantraydetail


show hardware card slot slot detail


show port detailslot/port

 

Configuration data—Slots, ports

Summary information for each slot

show chassis

 

Current configuration information for all SSE groups

show configuration sse

 

Summary information for each SSE hard disk drive

show disk sse slot

 

Summary information for all SSE hard disk drive counters

show disk sse counters slot disk_num

 

Summary information for each installed line card

show port

 

Summary information for each installed transceiver

show port transceiver

 

Configuration for a specific port

show portslot/port detail

Use the all keyword to display data for all ports that are not installed.

Summary information for each installed SSE card

show sse { group [ group_name ] | partition [ partition_name ] }

 

Summary information for all SSE counters

show sse counters

 

Summary information for all SSE group and partition alarms

show system alarm sse{ group [ group_id ] | partition [ partition_id ] }

 

Shut down an SSE HD

shutdown disk disk ID

 

Summary information for all transceiver alarms

system alarm transceiver

When reporting alarms and warnings, the SFP transceivers must be compliant to SFF-8472 and the XFP transceivers must be compliant to INF-8077i.

(1)  Because the SmartEdge OS software synchronizes all write operations to the file system, you can power down the system without issuing the shutdown command.


3.3   CLI Commands for Hardware Troubleshooting

Required characters and keywords for commands are shown in bold; arguments for which you must supply a value are shown in italic.

Table 33    CLI Commands for Hardware Troubleshooting

Task or Information Needed

CLI Command

Comments

Clear counters for a port

clear port counters slot/port

The clear port counters command does not disable the port; use the shutdown command to disable the port.

Enable loopback on an ATM, an FE, or a GE port

port port-type slot/port


loopback loopback-type

No loopback type is specified for FE and GE ports.

Disable loopback on an ATM, an FE, or a GE port

port port-type slot/port


noloopback

 
Table 34    Loopback Types

Loopback Type

Description

No loopback type is specified for Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet ports.

internal(1)

Loops the transmit line to the receive line; ATM OC and POS ports.

line

Loops the receive line to the transmit line; ATM OC and POS ports.

(1)  The internal keyword for all ports, except a port on a second-generation ATM OC card, causes all transmitted traffic to be looped back and not sent to the remote site; instead, the remote site receives a LOS. For a port on a second-generation ATM OC card, the port software injects an alarm indication signal-line (AIS-L), and then resumes transmitting traffic.


3.4   Values for CLI Input Arguments

Values for input arguments that are shown in bold must be entered in the specified format.

Table 35    Values for CLI Input Arguments

Argument

Range of Values/Description

Restrictions

loopback-type

See the table of loopback types and the ports to which they apply.

 

port

1 to 26.

The Ethernet management port is always port 1 in slot 1.

port-type

  • atm—ATM OC port.

  • ethernet—FE or GE port (any version).

 

slot

1—Slot in which the Ethernet management port is configured.


2—Slot for all native ports.

 
Table 36    Port Types

Port Type

Description

atm

ATM OC-3 or ATM OC-12 port

pos

OC-192c/STM-64c, POS OC-3c/STM-1c, POS OC-12c/STM-4c, and POS OC-48c/STM-16c

ethernet

Ethernet or Gigabit Ethernet port (any version)

3.5   Output Fields for the show chassis Command

Table 37    Output Fields for the show chassis Command

Field

Description

Current platform is

Chassis type: SE1200—NEBS-compliant SmartEdge 1200 chassis.

Slot

slot—Slot number for this unit.

Configured type

Slot is configured for one of the following card types:


  • traffic-card-type—Line card is configured.(1)

  • xcrp—Controller card of any type or controller carrier card is configured.

  • ase—Advanced Services Engine of any type.

  • sse—SmartEdge Storage Engine.

  • none—Slot is not preconfigured.

Installed type

Slot has card installed:


  • carrier—I/O carrier card; always reported for slot 2.

  • traffic-card-type—Line card is installed.

  • xcrp—Controller card of any type or controller carrier card is installed.

  • ase—Advanced Services Engine of any type.

  • sse—SmartEdge Storage Engine.

  • none—Slot is empty.

  • unknown—Controller card is installed but not initialized.

Initialized

State of card:


  • No—PPAs have not been initialized for this card.

  • Yes—PPAs have been initialized for this card.

Flags

Status of card(2) :(3)


  • A—Active crossconnet.

  • B—Standby crossconnect.

  • C—All segmentation and reassembly controllers (SARCs) ready.

  • D—Default line card.(4)

  • E—Egress Packet Processing ASIC (EPPA) is ready.

  • G—Upgrading field programmable gate array (FPGA).

  • H—Card admin state shut down.(5)

  • I—Ingress Packet Processing ASIC (IPPA) is ready.

  • M—FPGA Upgrade Required.(6)

  • N—SONET EU enabled.

  • O—Card admin state ODD.(7)

  • P1—ASP1 Ready.

  • P2—ASP2 Ready

  • R—Line card is ready.

  • S—Segmented Packet Processing ASIC (SPPA) ready.

  • U—Card PPAs/ASP up.

  • W—Warm reboot.

  • X—XCRP mismatch.

(1)  A line card is configured with the card command (in global configuration mode); it might not be installed.

(2)  A line card cannot be up (U flag) without being ready (R flag), but it can be ready without being up.

(3)  A line card is ready (R flag) when the card has been initialized and the code for the PPAs has been downloaded; it is up (U flag) when the PPAs on the card are registered with the requisite NetBSD process

(4)  The default line card processes packets sent to it from the active controller card. For a description of the functions of the default line card, see related documentation at https://ebusiness.ericsson.net.

(5)  A line card is administratively shut down with the shutdown command (in card configuration mode).

(6)  The version of the FPGA that is installed on this line card and the version that is shipped with this release of the SmartEdge OS do not match; you must update the FPGA on this line card for it to successfully initialize. To upgrade the FPGAs on this line card, see the Release Notes for the release that is installed on this SmartEdge router.

(7)  A line card is placed in the ODD state with the on-demand diagnostic command (in card configuration mode).


Table 38    Card Types

Card Type(1)

Description

atm-oc3e-8-port

ATM OC-3c/STM-1c card (8-port)

atm-oc3-4-port

ATM OC-3c/STM-1c card (4-port)

atm-oc12e-1-port

Enhanced ATM OC-12c/STM-4c card (1-port)

oc3e-8-port

POS OC-3c/STM-1c card (8-port)

oc12e-4-port

POS OC-12c/STM-4c card (4-port)

oc48e-4-port

POS OC-48c/STM-16c card (4-port)

oc192-1-port

OC-192c/STM-64c card (1-port)

ether-12-port

10/100 Ethernet card (12-port)

fege-60-2-port

Fast Ethernet–Gigabit Ethernet card (60-port FE, 2-port GE)

ge-4-port

Gigabit Ethernet card (4-port, first version)

gigaether-4-port(2)

Gigabit Ethernet card (4-port, second version)

ge3-4-port

Gigabit Ethernet 3 (GE3) card (4-port)

ge-10-port

Gigabit Ethernet 1020 (GE1020) card (10-port)

ge-20-port

Gigabit Ethernet 1020 (GE1020) card (20-port)

ge-5-port

Gigabit Ethernet (5-port)

ge4-20-port

Gigabit Ethernet (20-port)

10ge-1-port

10 Gigabit Ethernet (10GE) card (1-port, 10 Gbps)

10ge-4-port

10 Gigabit Ethernet (10GE) card (4-port, 10 Gbps)

ase

Advanced Services Engine

sse

SmartEdge Storage Engine

xcrp3

XCRP3 Controller card with a software-configurable interface to external timing equipment (BITS or SSU) and 1,280 MB of memory

xcrp4-base

XCRP4 Controller card with a software-configurable interface to external timing equipment (BITS or SSU) and 8 GB of memory

(1)  The same card type is also displayed for the low-density version of a line card.

(2)  For the second version of the GE card, the show hardware command (in any mode) with the detail keyword displays gigaether-4-port-adv as the card type.


3.6   Output Fields for the show disk Command

Table 39    Output Fields for the show disk Command

Field

Description

Location

Location of the storage device:


  • internal—Internal-storage device (compact-flash card) typically installed in a slot

  • external—External-storage device installed in an external slot

512-blocks(1)

Size of the file system in 512-byte blocks:


  • 362,526—192-MB internal compact-flash card, root file system

  • 484,079—256-MB internal compact-flash card, root file system

  • 968,158—512-MB internal compact-flash card, root file system

  • 1,021,244—1-GB mass-storage device, /md file system(2)

Used

Number of blocks in use

Avail

Number of blocks available

Capacity

Percentage of blocks used in the file system, calculated using the number of usable blocks (Used + Avail)(3) (4)

Mounted on

Device on which the file system is mounted:


  • /—Internal compact-flash card

  • /md—Mass-storage device in the external slot

(1)  The size of the root file system includes the sizes of the /flash file system and the p0 and p1 partitions on the internal-storage device.

(2)  The size of the /md file system does not include the partition for SmartEdge OS core dumps on the external storage device; the partition for core dumps is approximately 500 MB.

(3)  The number of usable 512-byte blocks (the sum of the Used and Avail fields) on a storage device is approximately 95% of the number of 512-byte blocks.

(4)  The capacity of an external storage device can decrease slightly over time if sectors are marked as unusable (cannot be read or written).


3.7   Output Fields for the show hardware Command

This command displays information only for those units that are installed in the chassis.

Table 40    Output Fields for the show hardware Command

Field

Description

Fan(s) Status

  • Failed—At least one fan is not working.

  • Normal—All fans are working.

Power Supply A1 Status


Power Supply A2 Status


Power Supply B1 Status


Power Supply B2 Status

  • No Power—Power has failed, is disconnected, or is not installed.

  • Normal—Power is being supplied by this power supply.

Active Alarms

Alarm conditions for this unit:


  • NONE—No alarm conditions exist.

  • condition—Alarm condition is in effect.


For a complete list of conditions that can cause an alarm, see the Troubleshoot with System Power and Alarm LEDs section.

Slot

  • slot—Slot number for this unit.

  • N/A—No slot number for this unit.

Type

Unit:


  • backplane—Backplane.

  • traffic-card-type—Line card is configured.(1)

  • fan tray—Fan tray is installed.

  • unknown—Card is inserted but not initialized.

Mfg Date

dd/mm/yyyy—Date unit was manufactured.

Voltage

  • N/A—Voltage is not applicable for this unit.

  • NOT OK—Voltage for this card is outside its operating range.

  • OK—Voltage for this card is within its operating range.

Temperature

  • Cold—Temperature is colder than normal.

  • Extreme—Temperature is much hotter than normal.

  • Hot—Temperature is hotter than normal.

  • N/A—Temperature does not apply to this unit.

  • Normal—Temperature is within normal operating range for this unit.

(1)  A line card is configured with the card command (in global configuration mode); it might not be installed.


Table 41    Product Code for SmartEdge 1200 Chassis

Product Code

Chassis Model

H1

SmartEdge 1200 chassis.

This command displays information only for those units that are installed in the chassis, and in most cases, displays only the fields that are applicable to the type of card.

Table 42    Output Fields for the show hardware Command with the detail Keyword

Field

Description

Active Alarms(1)

Alarm conditions for this unit:


  • NONE—No alarm conditions exist.

  • condition—Alarm condition is in effect.


For a complete list of conditions that can cause an alarm, see the Troubleshoot with System Power and Alarm LEDs section.

Card Status

For line cards only:


  • FPGA mismatch—Card needs an FPGA upgrade.

  • FPGA upgrade—FPGA upgrade has been started.

  • HW detected—Card is detected and being initialized.

  • HW failure—Card has experienced a failure.

  • HW initialized—Card is initialized and ready.

Chass Entitlement

Type of chassis for which this card is intended:


  • All—Card is entitled in every chassis.

  • List of chassis, separated by slashes (/)—Listed chassis only.

Chassis Type

SE1200—SmartEdge 1200 chassis.

DimFpga rev DimFpga file rev

Dim FPGA revision and file revision; N/A or not displayed if not applicable for this card.

EEPROM id/ver

nnnn/n—Version of the unit EEPROM.

EPPA memory

nnn MB—Size of ingress and egress PPA memory.

Fan Tray Status

  • Present—Fan tray is installed.

  • Not Present—Fan tray is not installed or not working.

Fan(s) Status

  • Failed—At least one fan is not working.

  • Normal—All fans are working.

FlipFpga rev

FLIP FPGA revision and file revision; N/A or not displayed if not applicable for this line card.

Forte2Fpga rev

Forte2 FPGA revision and file revision; applicable to XCRP3 only. This FPGA controls power on/reset for all devices.

ForteFpga rev

Forte FPGA revision and file revision; applicable to XCRP only. This FPGA controls power on/reset for all devices.

Hardware Rev

n—Hardware revision level for this unit; single digit.

HubFpga rev


HubFpga file rev

Hub FPGA revision and file revision; N/A or not displayed if not applicable for this card.

IPPA memory

nnn MB—Size of ingress and egress PPA memory.

ITU ch

International Telecommunications Union (ITU) channel number (corresponds to the wavelength displayed in the Wavelength field); not displayed if not applicable for the transceiver installed in this port.

LEDs

State of Fail, Active, Standby, and Sync LEDs:


  • Blink—ODD test is in progress.

  • On—LED is lit.

  • Off—LED is not lit.


Sync LED is for controller cards only.

LimFpga rev

LIM FPGA revision and file revision; N/A or not displayed if not applicable for this line card.

MAC Address

nn:nn:nn:nn:nn:nn—Medium access control (MAC) address of the system (stored in the EEPROM); displayed using the backplane keyword only.

Max2Fpga rev

Max2 FPGA revision and file revision; applicable to the XCRP3 controller card only. This FPGA controls address translation.

MaxFpga rev

Max FPGA revision and file revision; applicable to XCRP controller card only. This FPGA controls access to the CPU bus.

Memory

Memory for which this controller card is entitled:


  • Max—All memory on the controller card is enabled.

  • nnnn MB—Size in MB of enabled memory.

Mfg Date

dd/mm/yyyy—Date this unit was manufactured.

MinnowCPLD Ver

Minnow CPLD revision; applicable to the SmartEdge 100 chassis slot 1 only.

ODD Status

Status of the on-demand diagnostics (ODD) tests:


  • Aborted—The session was terminated by the user or by the standby controller card being removed.

  • Incomplete—At least one of the requested tests could not be run.

  • In-progress—Session is currently in progress.

  • Not available—No session of the ODD has been run for this unit.

  • Passed—All tests have passed.

  • n Failure(s)—One or more tests have failed.

Opus2Fpga rev

Opus2 FPGA revision and file revision; applicable to XCRP3 only. This FPGA manages peripherals such as the front panel LEDs and the CRAFT ports.

OpusFpga rev

Opus FPGA revision and file revision; applicable to XCRP only. This FPGA manages peripherals such as the front panel LEDs and the CRAFT ports.

POD Status

Status of the power-on diagnostics (POD) tests:


  • Success—Unit passed all POD tests.

  • Failure—Unit failed one or more POD tests.

Port

n—Port number if hardware data is port specific; not displayed if not applicable for this card.

Ports Entitled

List of ports that are entitled on this line card:


  • n1, n2, n3,...—Entitled ports.

  • All—All physical ports on the line card are entitled.

Power Supply A1 Status


Power Supply A2 Status


Power Supply B1 Status


Power Supply B2 Status

Status of the power supply modules:


  • No Power—Power has failed, is disconnected, or is not installed.

  • Normal—Power is being supplied by this power supply.

RedbackApproved

State of transceiver testing for this SFP optical transceiver in SmartEdge routers:


  • No—Not tested.

  • Yes—Tested.

RxPwrMin[dbm](2)


RxPwrMax[dbm]

-nn.nn—Receiver sensitivity (minimum) and overload level (maximum) for the version of the SFP transceiver installed in this port.

S3Fpga rev

S3 FPGA revision and file revision; applicable to XCRP only. This FPGA manages the control and phase alignment of the Stratum-3 PLL.

SAR Image Type

ATM mode currently loaded on the applicable ATM OC line cards:(3)


  • atm priority—ATM priority mode.

  • ip-priority—IP priority mode.

  • vc-fair—Virtual circuit (VC) fairness mode.

  • hsvc-fair—Hierarchical shaping virtual circuit (HSVC) fairness mode.

SAR Image Version

n.n.n.n—Version of the image.

SARC memory

nnn MB—Size of segmentation and reassembly controller (SARC) memory; applicable to ATM line cards only.

SARC status

Status of the segmentation and reassembly controller (SARC):


  • OK—SARC is ready.

  • Not Ready—SARC is not ready.

  • Unknown—Unable to read SARC status.

SCC id

ID for the system communication controller (SCC) ASIC on a controller card; the SCC controls and communicates with the line cards.

Serial No

nnnnnnnnnnnnnn—Unique identifier for this unit; 14 alphanumeric characters.

SFP / Media type


SFP Transceivers—Ethernet line cards:


  • FX / MM—Short reach transceiver, multimode fiber.

  • LX10 / SM—Long reach transceiver, single-mode fiber.

  • SX / MM—Short reach transceiver, multimode fiber.

  • LX / SM—Long reach transceiver, single-mode fiber.

  • ZX / SM—Extended long reach transceiver, single-mode fiber.

  • T / Cat5—Copper-based transceiver.

  • CWDM / SM—Coarse wavelength-division multiplexing (CWDM) transceiver, single-mode fiber.

  • DWDM / SM—Dense wavelength-division multiplexing (DWDM) transceiver, single-mode fiber.

SFP transceivers—SONET/SDH OC-n (OC-48c/STM-16c, OC-12c/STM-4c, and OC-3c/STM-1c) cards:


  • SR / SM—Short reach transceiver, single-mode fiber.

  • SR / MM—Short reach transceiver, multimode fiber.

  • IR / SM—Intermediate reach transceiver, single-mode fiber.

  • LR / SM—Long reach transceiver, single-mode fiber.

SFP Serial No

nnnnnnnnnn—Unique identifier for this transceiver; 10 alphanumeric characters.

Slot

  • slot—Slot number for this unit.

  • N/A—No slot number for this unit.

SlipFpga file rev

SLIP FPGA revision; applicable to the SmartEdge 100 I/O carrier card functions only (slot 1).

SFP Serial No

Small Formfactor Pluggable serial number

SpiFpga file rev

System Packet Interface File revision.

SpiFpga rev

System Packet Interface Fpga.

SXC id

ID of the SONET cross-connect (SXC) ASIC on a controller card; the SXC cross-connects traffic between some line cards.

SysFpga rev

System FPGA revision and file revision; N/A or not displayed if not applicable for this line card.

Temperature

Temperature condition and actual temperature reading in degrees Celsius:


  • Cold—Temperature is colder than normal.

  • Extreme—Temperature is much hotter than normal.

  • Hot—Temperature is hotter than normal.

  • N/A—Temperature does not apply to this unit.

  • Normal—Temperature is within normal operating range for this unit.


Table 43 lists descriptions of each temperature condition.


Table 44 lists temperature ranges for card types.

TxPwrMin[dbm] (2)


TxPwrMax[dbm]

-nn.nn—Transmitter optical output power (minimum and maximum) for the version of the SFP transceiver installed in this port.

Type

Unit:


  • backplane—Backplane.

  • card type—Card is installed.

  • fan tray—Fan tray is installed.

Voltage

Readings for voltage sources 1.5V, 1.8V, 2.6V, and 3.3V along with the percentage over or under the nominal value.

Wavelength (2)

Center wavelength for the version of the SFP optical transceiver installed in this port:


  • 0.00 [nm]—Wavelength is not reported by this transceiver.

  • nnnn.nn [nm]—Wavelength for this transceiver version.


See Transceivers for SmartEdge and SM Family Line Cards for wavelength data for each type of transceiver and its versions.

XFP / Media type

10-Gbps SFP (XFP) transceivers—10-GE and SONET/SDH OC-192 line cards:


  • SR / SM—Short reach transceiver, single-mode fiber.

  • SR / MM—Short reach transceiver, multimode fiber.

  • IR / SM—Intermediate reach transceiver, single-mode fiber.

  • LR / SM—Long reach transceiver, single-mode fiber.

  • ER / SM—Extended long reach transceiver, single-mode fiber.

  • ZR / SM—Extreme reach transceiver, single-mode fiber.(4)

  • DWDM / SM—Dense wavelength-division multiplexing (DWDM) transceiver, single-mode fiber.(5)

(1)  Alarm severities conform to the definitions provided in Generic Requirements, GR-474-CORE, Issue 1, December 1997, Network Maintenance: Alarm and Control for Network Elements.

(2)  Measured or reported values meet or exceed the transceiver specifications that are documented in Transceivers for SmartEdge and SM Family Line Cards

(3)  The 8-port ATM OC-3c/STM-1c (atm-oc3e-8-port) line card only supports the “vc-fair" and "hsvc-fair" atm modes.

(4)  Use part number XFP-OC192-LR2 when ordering the XFP transceivers with 10GE ZR functionality.

(5)  In Releases 6.1.4 and 6.1.5, DWDM XFP transceivers support only ITU channels 35,36,37,53,and 54.


Table 43    Definitions of Temperature Conditions

Condition

Description

COLD

Expected when the system first powers up in a cool or well air-conditioned environment.

NORMAL

Normal operating temperature.

HOT

The card is running above normal operating temperature. The lifespan of the card will likely be reduced if this condition persists. The ambient temperature of the room could be too hot, or the chassis air filter or fans might need cleaning or replacing.


When the card temperature is greater than TEMP_HOT for longer than 5 minutes, the system generates a minor alarm; if the condition persists longer than one hour, it generates a major alarm.

EXTREME

The card is running well above normal operating temperature. The lifespan of the card will be reduced if this condition persists. The ambient temperature of the room is likely too hot, or the chassis air filter or fans might need cleaning or replacing.


When the card temperature reaches TEMP_EXTREME, the system generates a major alarm.

N/A

Temperature does not apply to this unit, or this unit does not have a built-in temperature sensor.

Table 44    Temperature Ranges for Card Types

Card Type

Temperature Ranges

atm-oc3e-8-port


oc3e-8-port


oc12e-4-port


oc48e-4-port

COLD 20°C


NORMAL = 20 - 71°C


HOT = 72 - 93°C


EXTREME 94°C

atm-oc3-4-port


atm-oc12e-1-port


ether-12-port


ge-4-port


gigaether-4-port


xc3

COLD 20°C


NORMAL = 21 - 70°C


HOT = 71- 80°C


EXTREME 81°C

oc192-1-port


fege-60-2-port


ge-10-port


ge-20-port


ge3-4-port


ge-5-port


10ge-1-port

COLD 20°C


NORMAL = 21 - 84°C


HOT = 85 - 94°C


EXTREME 95°C

ge4-20-port


10ge-4-port

COLD 20°C


NORMAL = 21 - 85°C


HOT = 86 - 103°C


EXTREME 104°C

ase

COLD 20°C


NORMAL = 21 - 70°C


HOT = 71- 76°C


EXTREME 77°C

sse

COLD 20°C


NORMAL = 21 - 75°C


HOT = 76- 80°C


EXTREME 81°C

xc4

COLD 20°C


NORMAL = 21 - 90°C


HOT = 91- 100°C


EXTREME 100°C

The temperature range for each condition; the system displays the actual temperature reading in degrees Celsius with the show hardware command (in any mode) with the detail keyword.

3.8   Output Fields for the show port Command

Table 45    Output Fields for the show port Command

Field

Value/Description

Slot/Port

Slot and port numbers for this port.

Type

Port type.

State

Port status (combination of the Admin state and Line state fields):


  • Down—Port has been configured to be Up, but is not working.

  • Down - not entitled—Port is on the low-density version of the line card and is not available.

  • No card—Port has been configured, but the card is not installed.

  • Unconfigured—Port is not configured and down.

  • Up—Port is working (active).

Table 46    Port Types

Port Type

Description

atm

ATM OC-3c/STM-1c or ATM OC-12c/STM-4c

pos

OC-192c/STM-64c, POS OC-3c/STM-1c, POS OC-12c/STM-4c, or POS OC-48c/STM-16c

ethernet

Ethernet or GE port (any version)

transceiver

SFP or XFP transceivers port

Not all fields apply to all types of ports; in most cases this command displays only the fields that are applicable to the type of port. The “Type” and “Slot/Port” field names are not displayed in the output.

Table 47    Output Fields for the show port Command with the detail Keyword

Field

Value/Description

Header

Type

Port type or channel type.

Slot/Port

Slot and port numbers for this port.

State

Port status (combination of the and fields) for a line card:


  • Down—Port has been configured to be up, but is not working.

  • Down—not entitled—Port is on the low-density version of the line card and is not available.

  • No card—Port has been configured, but the card is not installed.

  • Unconfigured—Port is not configured and down.

  • Up—Port is working (active).

Port Parameters (in alphabetical order)

Active Alarms

  • getting LOS—Alarm is present.

  • getting ATM LCD—Alarm is present.

  • N/A—Not applicable to this type of port.

  • NONE—No alarms are present.


For a complete list of conditions that can cause an alarm, see the Troubleshoot with System Power and Alarm LEDs section.

Admin state

State of the port as a result of an operator command:


  • Down—Port is not working.

  • Unconfigured—Port is not configured and down.

  • Up—Port is working (active).

APS Group Name

Automatic Protection Switching group name.

ATM MTU size

nnnnn bytes—Size of the hardware maximum transmission unit (MTU) (not configurable).

ATM Payload Scramble

Condition of scrambling for ATM port (on or off).

Auto negotiation

Two-part string for the setting and state fields. Possible values for the setting field are:


  • enabled

  • disabled

Possible values for the state field are:


  • negotiating—Ethernet drivers are in the process of auto-negotiating with the remote peer

  • success—Auto-negotiation was successful

  • fail—Auto-negotiation failed

  • force—Auto-negotiation failed and the port is in forced mode

  • unknown—This is an error state

The possible combinations of the setting and state fields are:


  • disabled-unknown

  • disabled-negotiating

  • disabled-success

  • disabled-force

  • enabled-unknown

  • enabled-negotiating

  • enabled-success

  • enabled-fail

Bandwidth

nnnnnn kbps—Speed of SONET/SDH port.


nnn.nn Mbps—Effective speed of ATM port.

Cable Length

nnn—Configured length and type (short or long, depending on configured length).

CCOD Mode

State of CCOD mode port listening:


on—Port listening mode is enabled.


off—Port listening mode is disabled.

Clock Source(1)

State of source of the transmit clock:


global-reference—system clock on the active controller card.(2)


local—local clock located on the line card (onboard clock).(3)


loop—receive clock derived from the incoming signl on the port.


card-reference—clock source that has been specified for the line cards.

Crc

Configured value of the cyclic redundancy check for a SONET/SDH port (16 or 32).

Dampening Count

n—Number of instances this link-dampened port went down and came up within the limits set by the link-dampening command. This count is reset only when the port is removed from the configuration with the no form of the port command (in ATM OC or port configuration mode).

Description

Configured description.

Diag Monitor

  • No—SFP cannot monitor its faults nor report power readings

  • Yes—SFP can monitor its faults and report power readings

DSU Bandwidth

nn.nn Mbps—Bandwidth of configured data service unit (DSU).

DSU Mode

digital-link—Configured vendor of DSU.

DSU Scramble

DSU scramble condition (on or off).

Duplex Mode

  • full—Port condition, Ethernet or Gigabit Ethernet (any version).

  • half—Port condition,10/100 Ethernet only.

Encapsulation

The encapsulation for this port:


  • 802.1q

  • atm

  • cisco-hdlc

  • ethernet

  • frame-relay

  • ppp

FEAC code received

Far end alarm condition (of the remote system):


  • Service affecting (SA) equipment failed.

  • Nonservice affecting (NSA) equipment failed.

  • Common equipment failed.

  • N/A or NONE—No alarm condition received.

Flow control

Condition of flow control for Gigabit Ethernet port, any version, (on or off).

Framing

Configured framing for the port:


  • c-bit

  • g751

  • m23

  • ESF

  • SF

  • sdh

  • sonet

Idle Character

Configured idle character (flags or marks).

Keepalive

State of keepalive timer:


  • Not Set—Keepalive timer is not configured.

  • Set (n sec)—Keepalive timer is set for n seconds.

Line SD BER

10E-5 to 10E-9—Signal degrade bit error rate for SONET/SDH port.

Line SF BER

10E-3 to 10E-5—Signal fail bit error rate for SONET/SDH port.

Line state

Physical state of the line:


  • Down—Port has been configured to be up, but is not working.

  • Down— not entitled—Port is on the low-density version of the line card and is not available.

  • No card—Port has been configured, but the card is not installed.

  • Unconfigured—Port is not configured and down.

  • Up—Port is working (active).

Link Dampening

For ATM, Ethernet, and POS ports only. Status of link dampening:


  • enabled—Link dampening is enabled.

  • disabled—Link dampening is disabled.

Link up delay

nnnnn msec—Configured or default value (in milliseconds) for the delay time for down-to-up transitions.

Link down delay

nnnnn msec—Configured or default value (in milliseconds) for the delay time for up-to-down transitions.

Link Distance

For Gigabit Ethernet ports with single-mode fiber (SMF) transceivers (LX or LX70) only. Distance supported by the installed transceiver:


  • n—Distance supported by the transceiver.

  • N/A—No transceiver installed or transceiver does not report the distance supported.

Loopback

Type of loopback:


  • internal—Loops transmit to receive to test the port.

  • line—Loops receive to transmit to test the connection.

  • none, off—Loopback is not enabled.

MAC address

nn:nn:nn:nn:nn:nn—Medium access control address for this port.

Media type(4) (5) (6)

Physical interface:


  • 100Base-TX—10/100 Ethernet or Ethernet management port (at either 10 or 100 Mbps).

  • 1000Base-LX—Long reach SFP or Gigabit interface converter (GBIC) transceiver.

  • 1000Base-LX70—Extended reach GBIC transceiver.

  • 1000Base-SX—Short reach SFP or GBIC transceiver.

  • 1000Base-T—Copper-based SFP, or GBIC transceiver or GE port on an FE-GE line card.

  • 1000Base-SR—Short reach SFP transceiver.

  • 1000Base-IR—Intermediate reach SFP transceiver.

  • 1000Base-LR—Long reach SFP transceiver.

  • 1000Base-CWDM—Coarse wavelength-division multiplexing (CWDM) SFP transceiver.

  • 1000Base-DWDM—Dense wavelength-division multiplexing (DWDM) SFP transceiver.

  • 10GE-SR (Displays 10000Base-SR)—Short reach XFP transceiver (10GE or OC-192c/STM-64c port).

  • 10GE-SW (Displays 10000Base-SW).

  • 10GE-SR+10GE-SW (Displays 10000Base-SR for LAN-PHY) or 10000Base-SW for WAN-PHY.)

  • 10GE-IR—Intermediate reach XFP transceiver (OC-192c/STM-64c port).

  • 10GE-LR (Displays 10000Base-LR.)—Long reach XFP transceiver (10GE or OC-192c/STM-64c port).

  • 10GE-LW (Displays 10000Base-LW).

  • 10GE-LR+10GE-LW (Displays 10000Base-LR for LAN-PHY) or 10000Base-LW for WAN-PHY.)

  • 10GE-ER (Displays 10000Base-ER.)—Extended reach XFP transceiver (10GE port).

  • 10GE-EW (Displays 10000Base-EW).

  • 10GE-ER+10GE-EW (Displays 10000Base-ER for LAN-PHY) or 10000Base-EW for WAN-PHY.)

  • 10GE-ZR (Displays 10000Base-ZR for LAN-PHY) or 10000Base-ZW for WAN-PHY.)—Extreme reach XFP transceiver (10GE or OC-192c/STM-64c port). CLEI code is SOOTAHSNAA.

  • 10GE-DWDM (Displays 10000Base-DWDM for WAN-PHY.)—Dense-wavelength-division-multiplexing (DWDM) XFP transceiver. CLEI code is IPU3AERDAA, IPU3AESDAA, IP9IAC3HAA, or IP9IAC4HAA.

  • No GBIC—GBIC transceiver is not installed in this GE port.

  • No transceiver—XFP transceiver is not installed in this 10GE or OC-192c/STM-64c port.

  • Sonet OCn —SONET/SDH OC-n (OC-3c/STM-1c, OC-12c/STM-4c, or OC-48c/STM-16c) port.

  • unknown—Unknown type of transceiver is installed in this Gigabit Ethernet port.

Mini-RJ21 Connector

Ports n1-n2—Range of port numbers for this connector on an FE-GE line card.

MTU size

nnnn Bytes—Configured size of the MTU for the port.

NAS Port Type

  • Configured network access server (NAS) port type for an ATM OC, Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet, or POS port only. For a list of NAS port types, see related documentation at https://ebusiness.ericsson.net.

  • blank—Not configured or not applicable to this port.

Over Subscription Rate

Configured value for over subscription:


  • nnnn%

  • Unlimited

QoS Rate Maximum(7)

QoS port-rate limiting value:(8)


  • 50 to 149 Mbps.

  • Payload line-rate (150 Mbps).

Path Alarms

  • N/A—Not applicable to this type of port.

  • NONE—No alarms are present.


For a complete list of conditions that can cause an alarm, see the Troubleshoot with System Power and Alarm LEDs section.

Path Trace Length

The maximum size that the TX path trace message can be set to.

Physical Layer

  • lan-phy

  • wan-phy

PPPoE PADO Delay

State of PADO delay:


  • Not set—PADO delay is not configured.

  • Set (n sec)—PADO delay is configured for n seconds.

Rx path-trace

Received path trace data.

Report Only Alarms

State of alarm reporting for an ATM OC port:


  • Path alarms (report only): Payload label mismatch (PLM)

  • Path alarms (report only): Path unequipped (UNEQ)


Alarm is reported, but the port is not shut down.

Scramble

Status of X^43 + 1 payload scrambling for a POS port (on or off).

Speed

  • nnn Mbps—Speed of the 10/100 Ethernet port.

  • nn Gbps—Speed of the Gigabit Ethernet port (any version).

  • auto—Speed of the 10/100 Ethernet port has been determined by sensing the line.

Support Lossless Large MTU

Status of this FE port on an FE-GE line card with regard to guaranteed lossless flow control for jumbo frames:


  • Disabled—Port supports this feature but is not enabled for it.

  • Enabled—Port is enabled for this feature.

  • Not Configurable—Port does not support this feature.

  • Shutdown—Port is a member of a port group that is enabled for this feature and has been shut down because it does not support it.

Temperature

SFP Transceiver temperature

Tx C2 byte Rx C2 byte

Value of the C2 byte:


  • ATM OC ports—0x13.

  • POS ports—0x16 or 0xcf.

Tx Fault Rx Fault

Fault status for the transmit or receive side of the SFP transceiver installed in this port:


  • LowPwrWarning—Measured power has dropped below the level needed by the transceiver to maintain connectivity without errors.

  • NoFault—No power fault has occurred.

  • PwrFault—Measured power is outside the range displayed in the PwrMin and PwrMax fields by the show hardware command (in any mode) with the detail keyword.

Tx National bit Rx National bit

Value of the national bit (bit 12 of set 1) in the E3 frame:


  • Enabled

  • Disabled

Tx path-trace

Transmitted path trace data.

Tx Pwr measured [dbm](9) Rx Pwr measured [dbm]


Rx Pwr measured [dbm]

Current receiver sensitivity and transmitter output power for the SFP transceiver installed in this port.

Undampened line state

  • Up—Port is working (active).

  • Down—Port has been configured to be up, but is not working.

Vcc Measured

SFP Transceiver Vcc

Wavelength (9)

Center wavelength for the version of the SFP optical transceiver installed in this port:


  • 0.00 [nm]—Wavelength is not reported by this transceiver.

  • nnnn.nn [nm], ITU ch nn—Wavelength and International Telecommunications Union (ITU) channel number (if applicable) for this transceiver version.


For wavelength data for each type of transceiver and its versions, see Transceivers for SmartEdge and SM Family Line Cards for the SmartEdge OS.

Yellow Alarm Detection

Yellow alarm detection condition (on or off).

Yellow Alarm Generation

Yellow alarm generation condition (on or off).

(1)  Changes to the clock source setting will not cause LOF on the 8-port ATM OC-3c/STM-1c.

(2)  This is the default card clock source on the 8-port ATM OC-3c/STM-1c card.

(3)  This is the default card clock source on previous ATM cards, except for the 8-port OC-3c/STM-1c card.

(4)  Small form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceivers are supported only on the Gigabit Ethernet 3 (GE3) line card, the Gigabit Ethernet 1020 (GE1020) line cards, and the 8-port ATM OC-3c/STM-1c (atm-oc3e-8-port) line card.

(5)  Gigabit interface converter (GBIC) transceivers are supported only on first and second versions of the Gigabit Ethernet line cards.

(6)  10-Gbps SFP (OC192 XFP) transceivers are supported only on the 10 Gigabit Ethernet (10GE) line card.

(7)  Only supported in hsvc-fair mode on the 8-port ATM OC-3c/STM-1c (atm-oc3e-8-port) line card. When executed in vc-fair mode, an error message occurs if executed with any value other than 150 Mbps.

(8)  When Payload line-rate (150 Mbps) is selected, the actual line-rate received is 149.76 Mbps.

(9)  Measured or reported values meet or exceed the transceiver specifications that are documented in Transceivers for SmartEdge and SM Family Line Cards.


3.9   Output Fields for the show port transceiver Command

Not all fields apply to all types of ports; in most cases this command displays only the fields that are applicable to the type of port. The “Type” and “Slot/Port” field names are not displayed in the output.

Table 48    Output Fields for the show port Command with the transceiver Keyword - for SFP or XFP Transceiver Port Data

State

Description

SFP / Media type

SFP Transceivers—Ethernet line cards:


  • FX / MM—Short reach transceiver, multimode fiber.

  • LX10 / SM—Long reach transceiver, single-mode fiber.

  • SX / MM—Short reach transceiver, multimode fiber.

  • LX / SM—Long reach transceiver, single-mode fiber.

  • ZX / SM—Extended long reach transceiver, single-mode fiber.

  • T / Cat5—Copper-based transceiver.

  • CWDM / SM—Coarse wavelength-division multiplexing (CWDM) transceiver, single-mode fiber.

  • DWDM / SM—Dense wavelength-division multiplexing (DWDM) transceiver, single-mode fiber.

SFP transceivers—SONET OC-n (OC-3c/STM-1c, OC-12c/STM-4c, and OC-48c/STM-16c) cards:


  • SR / SM—Short reach transceiver, single-mode fiber.

  • SR / MM—Short reach transceiver, multimode fiber.

  • IR / SM—Intermediate reach transceiver, single-mode fiber.

  • LR / SM—Long reach transceiver, single-mode fiber.

XFP / Media type

10-Gbps SFP (XFP) transceivers—OC-192 and 10-Gig Ethernet line cards:


  • SR / SM—Short reach transceiver, single-mode fiber.

  • SR / MM—Short reach transceiver, multimode fiber.

  • IR / SM—Intermediate reach transceiver, single-mode fiber.

  • LR / SM—Long reach transceiver, single-mode fiber.

  • ER / SM—Extended long reach transceiver, single-mode fiber.

  • ZR / SM—Extreme reach transceiver, single-mode fiber.(1)

  • DWDM / SM—Dense wavelength-division multiplexing (DWDM) transceiver, single-mode fiber.(2)

Redback Approved

State of transceiver testing for transceiver in SmartEdge routers:


  • No—Not tested.

  • Yes—Tested.

Diagnostic monitoring

Whether the installed transceiver supports diagnostic monitoring compliant to SFF-8472 for SFPs or INF-8077i for XFPs.

Serial number

nnnnnnnnnnnnnn—Unique identifier for this transceiver.

Wavelength

Center wavelength for the version of the optical transceiver installed in this port:


  • 0.00 [nm]—Wavelength is not reported by this transceiver.

  • nnnn.nn [nm]—Wavelength for this transceiver version.

Tx Pwr [dbm](3)

Transmitter optical output power (measured, minimum, and maximum limits) for the version of the transceiver installed in this port.

Rx Pwr [dbm]

Receiver sensitivity (measured, minimum, and maximum limits) for the version of the transceiver installed in this port.

Temperature [oC]

Temperature (measured, minimum, and maximum limits) in degrees Centigrade.

Laser bias current

Magnitude of the laser bias power setting current (measured, minimum and maximum limits), in milliamperes (mA).


The laser bias provides direct modulation of laser diodes and allows the user to monitor the “health” of the laser.

Vcc [V]

Magnitude of the supply voltage to the transceiver (measured, minimum, and maximum limits), in Volts (V).

AUX1(4) (for XFP transceivers only)

Auxiliary measurement 1 for XFP transceivers—defined in Byte 222 Page 01h in INF-8077i.

AUX2 (4) (for XFP transceivers only)

Auxiliary measurement 2 for XFP transceivers—defined in Byte 222 Page 01h in INF-8077i.

Active alarms

Transceiver alarm conditions for specified port/slot:


  • NONE—No alarm conditions exist

  • Condition—Alarm condition is in effect.

(1)  Use part number XFP-OC192-LR2 when ordering the XFP transceivers with 10GE ZR functionality.

(2)  In Releases 6.1.4 and 6.1.5, DWDM XFP transceivers support only ITU channels 35,36,37,53,and 54.

(3)  See the Troubleshoot with System Power and Alarm LEDs section for the lists of alarms and warnings supported by the SFP and XFP transceivers.

(4)  See the “XFP Transceivers Measurements and Threshold Values” table for a list of auxiliary input types monitored by each auxiliary A/D channel of the XFP transceivers.


Table 49    XFP Transceivers Measurements and Threshold Values

Field

Range

Auxiliary monitoring not implemented

0000b

APD bias voltage (16-bit value is Voltage in units of 10 mV)

0001b

Reserved

0010b

TEC current (mA) (16-bit value is Current in units of 100 uA)

0011b

Laser temperature (same encoding as module temperature)

0100b

Laser wavelength

0101b

+5V Supply voltage

0110b

+3.3V Supply voltage

0111b

+1.8V Supply voltage

1000b

-5.2V Supply voltage (absolute value encoded as primary voltage monitor)

1001b

+5V Supply current (16-bit Value is Current in 100 uA)

1010b

+3.3V Supply current (16-bit Value is Current in 100 uA)

1101b

+1.8V Supply current (16-bit Value is Current in 100 uA)

1110b

-5.2V Supply current (16-bit Value is Current in 100 uA)

1111b

Table 50    XFP Auxiliary Measurements Displayed by the show port Command with the detail Keyword

Field

Range

Auxiliary monitoring not implemented

0000b

APD bias voltage (16-bit value is Voltage in units of 10 mV)

0001b

Reserved

0010b

TEC current (mA) (16-bit value is Current in units of 100 uA)

0011b

Laser temperature (same encoding as module temperature)

0100b

Laser wavelength

0101b

+5V Supply voltage

0110b

+3.3V Supply voltage

0111b

+1.8V Supply voltage

1000b

-5.2V Supply voltage (absolute value encoded as primary voltage monitor)

1001b

+5V Supply current (16-bit Value is Current in 100 uA)

1010b

+3.3V Supply current (16-bit Value is Current in 100 uA)

1101b

+1.8V Supply current (16-bit Value is Current in 100 uA)

1110b

-5.2V Supply current (16-bit Value is Current in 100 uA)

1111b

3.10   Troubleshoot with System and Card LEDs

To ensure that the system LEDs are working, press the alarm cutoff (ACO) button for more than three seconds to light all working LEDs on the fan tray. The LEDs remain lit as long as the ACO button is pressed.

3.11   Troubleshoot with System Power and Alarm LEDs

In most cases, the overall status of a SmartEdge 1200 system is indicated by the two sets of LEDs located on the front of the fan and alarm unit. If you are experiencing hardware problems, check the LEDs to determine the possible cause and solution. Table 3-20 lists the problems that are indicated by the system power and alarm LEDs.

Table 51    Common Terms

Term

Description

controller card

Refers to any version of the Cross-Connect Route Processor (XCRP) Controller card (XCRP3 or XCRP4), unless otherwise noted.

Gigabit Ethernet

Applies to any Ethernet Line Card that supports a port speed of 1 Gbps or greater; unless explicitly stated, the speed of any Gigabit Ethernet port is 1 Gbps.

Table 52    Definitions of Terms

Term

Definition

ADM

Add-drop multiplexer

AU-n

Administrative unit, level n

BER

Bit error rate

BIP

Bit Interleaved Parity

BTC

Bridging Transmission Convergence

circuit pack

Any traffic or controller card

DCC

Data communications channel

FEAC

Far end alarm condition

PLCP

Physical Layer Convergence Protocol

TU-n

Tributary unit, level n

VC-n

Virtual container, level n


 Caution! 
Risk of equipment damage. Ensure that the fuses in the external fuse panel are suitably rated for the installation in accordance with the National Electrical Code (in the United States) or applicable local jurisdiction (outside the United States) installation requirements.
Table 53    Problems Indicated by Power and Alarm LEDs

Term

Definition

FAN (red) is on.

One or more fans are not operating.


Replace the fan and alarm unit.

PWR A or PWR B (green) is off.

No power is present at the A-side or B-side power input; perform the following checks or actions:


  • Remove and check the fuse for the A-side or B-side DC power source at the external fuse panel. Replace the fuse, if necessary.

  • Remove the fuse for the A-side or B-side power source at the external fuse panel; then check the connections for the A-side or B-side power source at the external fuse panel. Correct any loose connections, and replace the fuse.

  • Remove the fuses for both power sources at the external fuse panel; then remove the cover that shields the power filters and check the connections for the power cables at the A- or B-side power filter. Correct any loose connections, replace the cover, and then replace the fuses.

MAJOR (red) is on.

One or more Line Cards are not operable (in low-power mode), resulting from a mismatched pair of controller cards (the standby controller card is not the same version as the active controller card).


Remove the standby controller card; if available, install a standby controller card of the same version as the active controller card.

3.11.1   Chassis Alarms

Table 54    Chassis Alarms

Description

Severity

Probable Cause

Service Affecting

Chassis power capacity exceeded

Major

MisMatchedControllerCard

Yes

Chassis power failure—Side A1

Minor

PowerProblem

No

Chassis power failure—Side A2

Minor

PowerProblem

No

Chassis power failure—Side B1

Minor

PowerProblem

No

Chassis power failure—Side B2

Minor

PowerProblem

No

Fan tray communication failure

Major

CoolingFanFailure

Yes

Fan tray controller failure

Major

ReplaceableUnitProblem

Yes

Fan tray controller overheat

Major

ReplaceableUnitProblem

Yes

Fan tray failure detected

Minor

ReplaceableUnitProblem

No

Fan tray filter replacement

Major

ReplaceableUnitProblem

Yes

Fan tray fuse failure

Major

ReplaceableUnitProblem

Yes

Fan tray missing

Major

ReplaceableUnitMissing

Yes

Fan tray reset occurred

Warning

Reinitialized

Yes

Fan unit failure

Minor

CoolingFanFailure

No

Local alarm cutoff activated

Minor

OperationNotification

No

Mesh diagnostic failure

Major

ReplaceableUnitFailure

Yes

Multiple fan failure

Major

ReplaceableUnitProblem

Yes

Remote alarm cutoff activated

Minor

OperationNotification

No

3.11.2   Line Card Alarms

Table 55    Line Card Alarms

Description

Severity

Probable Cause

Service Affecting

BTC interface error detected

Major

ReplaceableUnitProblem

Yes

BTC not ready

Major

ReplaceableUnitProblem

Yes

Circuit pack backplane degrade

Minor

BackplaneFailure

No

Circuit pack backplane failure

Major

BackplaneFailure

Yes

Circuit pack card code mismatch

Minor

ReplaceableUnitTypeMismatch

No

Circuit pack failure

Critical

ReplaceableUnitProblem

Yes

Circuit pack mismatch

Critical

ReplaceableUnitTypeMismatch

Yes

Circuit pack missing

Critical

ReplaceableUnitMissing

Yes

Circuit pack overheating

Major

LineCardProblem

Yes

Circuit pack power-on diagnostic failed

Major

ReplaceableUnitProblem

Yes

Circuit pack reset completed

Warning

OperationNotification

Yes

Diagnostic fail

Major

ReplaceableUnitProblem

Yes

Loss of backplane clock

Major

ReplaceableUnitProblem

Yes

Software download completed

Warning

OperationNotification

Yes

Software download failed

Warning

OperationFailure

Yes

Synchronization failure

Critical

TimingProblem

Yes

Voltage failure detected

Major

ReplaceableUnitProblem

Yes

3.11.3   Controller Card Alarms

Table 56    Controller Card Alarms

Description

Severity

Probable Cause

Service Affecting

Backup fail: peer dead(1)

Major

ReplaceableUnitProblem

Yes

Controller auto switch completed (1)

Major

OperationNotification

Yes

Controller code mismatch

Major

ReplaceableUnitTypeMismatch

Yes

Controller exerciser switch failed (1)

Major

OperationFailure

Yes

Controller fail

Critical

ReplaceableUnitProblem

Yes

Controller forced switch requested (1)

Major

OperationNotification

Yes

Controller manual switch requested (1)

Major

OperationNotification

Yes

Controller missing (1)

Critical

ReplaceableUnitMissing

Yes

Controller overheating

Major

ReplaceableUnitProblem

Yes

Controller power-on diagnostic failed

Major

ReplaceableUnitProblem

Yes

Controller switch completed (1)

Major

OperationNotification

Yes

Controller switch failed (1)

Major

OperationFailure

Yes

Controller temperature critical

Major

ReplaceableUnitProblem

Yes

Controller temperature hot

Minor

ReplaceableUnitProblem

Yes

Controller type mismatch

Major

ReplaceableUnitTypeMismatch

Yes

Diagnostic test fail

Major

ReplaceableUnitProblem

Yes

Local backplane inventory fail

Major

ReplaceableUnitProblem

Yes

Local fan tray inventory fail

Major

ReplaceableUnitProblem

Yes

Local inventory fail

Major

ReplaceableUnitProblem

Yes

Nonvolatile memory fail

Major

CorruptData

Yes

Peer controller card type incompatible (1)

Major

ReplaceableUnitProblem

Yes

Peer inventory fail (1)

Major

ReplaceableUnitProblem

Yes

Peer shared format mismatch (1)

Major

ReplaceableUnitProblem

Yes

Peer Sonet/Sdh mode incompatible (1)

Major

ReplaceableUnitProblem

Yes

Real-time clock failure

Major

RealTimeClockFailure

Yes

Redundancy link fail

Major

OperationFail

Yes

(1)  This alarm is suppressed if the system has a single controller card and has been configured using the system alarm command (in global configuration mode) with the >redundancy suppress construct.


3.11.4   SSE Card Alarms

Table 57    SSE Card Alarms

Description

Severity

Probable Cause

Service Affecting

NFS server service down

Major

reinitialized

Yes

Disk type mismatch

Warning

replaceableUnitTypeMismatch

No

CPU Crash

Critical

processorProblem

Yes

3.11.5   SSE Disk Alarms

Table 58    SSE Disk Alarms

Description

Severity

Probable Cause

Service Affecting

Hard disk health degraded

Minor

replaceableUnitProblem

No

Hard disk failed

Major

diskFailure

Yes

Hard disk missing

Major

replaceableUnitMissing

Yes

Hard disk not supported

Major

replaceableUnitTypeMismatch

Yes

Hard disk out of service

Minor

diskFailure

No

Hard disk voltage failure

Major

diskFailure

Yes

Hard disk overheating: extremely hot

Major

diskFailure

Yes

Hard disk overheating: temperature hot

Minor

diskFailure

No

Hard disk reading test failur

Major

diskFailure

Yes

Hard disk power-on diagnostic failed

Major

diskFailure

Yes

3.11.6   SSE Group Alarms

Table 59    SSE Group Alarms

Description

Severity

Probable Cause

Service Affecting

SSE group manual switch in progress

Major

operationNotification

Yes

SSE group auto switch in progress

Major

configurationOrCustomisationError

Yes

SSE group switch completed

Warning

configurationOrCustomisationError

No

SSE group switch failed

Major

operationNotification

Yes

SSE group auto switch waiting to restore

Minor

configurationOrCustomisationError

No

SSE group not operational

Major

databaseInconsistency

Yes

SSE group block device failed

Major

operationFailure

Yes

3.11.7   SSE Group Partition Alarms

Table 60    SSE Group Partition Alarms

Description

Severity

Probable Cause

Service Affecting

SSE group partition not operational

Major

databaseInconsistency

Yes

SSE group partition sync in progress

Minor

configurationOrCustomisationError

No

SSE group partition data sync failed

Major

operationFailure

Yes

SSE group partition full

Major

operationNotification

Yes

SSE group partition low space

Minor

operationNotification

No

SSE group partition not operational at standby

Major

databaseInconsistency

Yes

3.11.8   Optical Port Alarms

The tables in this section apply to all Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) OC and Packet over SONET/SDH (POS) cards.

If a major or critical alarm occurs on a POS or an ATM port and that port is a member of an Automatic Protection Switching (APS) group, either as a protected or a working port, the alarm is downgraded to a minor alarm because the service is protected by the redundant port.

For configuration and management information for APS ports and groups, see related documentation at https://ebusiness.ericsson.net. The severity levels in the table are the default levels, not the degraded levels.

Table 61    Optical Port Alarms—Physical Layer

Description

Severity

Probable Cause

Service Affecting

Port facility loopback enabled

Minor

OperationNotification

No

Port terminal loopback enabled

Minor

OperationNotification

No

Receive laser failure

Critical

DemodulationFailure

Yes

Table 62    Optical Port Alarms—Section/Regenerator Section Layer

Description

Severity

Probable Cause

Service Affecting

Loss of frame

Critical

LossOfFrame

Yes

Loss of signal

Critical

LossOfSignal

Yes

Table 63    Optical Port Alarms—Line/Multiplex Section Layer

Description

Severity

Probable Cause

Service Affecting

Line alarm indication signal (AIS-L)

Minor

AIS

No

Line remote failure indication (RFI-L)

Minor

FarEndReceiverFailure

No

Line signal degrade (BER)

Major

DegradedSignal

Yes

Line signal failure (BER)

Major

ExcessiveBER

Yes

Lockout protection requested

Major

OperationNotification

Yes

Lockout working requested

Major

OperationNotification

Yes

Loss of clock

Major

LossOfTimingSource

Yes

Port auto switch completed

Major

OperationNotification

Yes

Port channel mismatch

Major

ApsChannelMatchFailure

Yes

Port diagnostic failed

Major

ReplaceableUnitProblem

Yes

Port far-end protection line failure

Major

ApsChannelProcessingFailure

Yes

Port fault oscillations detected

Critical

DegradedSignal

Yes

Port forced switch requested

Major

OperationNotification

Yes

Port manual switch request

Major

OperationNotification

Yes

Port mode mismatch

Major

ApsModeMismatch

Yes

Port payload loopback enabled

Minor

OperationNotification

No

Port protection switch byte failure

Major

ApsByteFailure

Yes

Port switch completed

Major

OperationNotification

Yes

Port switch failed

Major

OperationFailure

Yes

Port switch lockout requested

Major

OperationNotification

Yes

Port switch protection path failure

Major

OperationFailure

Yes

Port switch waiting to restore

Minor

OperationNotification

No

Table 64    SFP Transceiver Alarms

Description

Severity

Probable Cause

Service Affecting

Transceiver receive power–high

Major

Replaceable Unit Problem

Yes

Transceiver receive power–low

Major

Replaceable Unit Problem

Yes

Transceiver TX power–high

Major

Replaceable Unit Problem

Yes

Transceiver TX power–low

Major

Replaceable Unit Problem

Yes

Transceiver temperature–high

Major

Replaceable Unit Problem

Yes

Transceiver temperature–low

Major

Replaceable Unit Problem

Yes

Transceiver bias current–high

Major

Replaceable Unit Problem

Yes

Transceiver bias current–low

Major

Replaceable Unit Problem

Yes

Transceiver receive power–high warning

Minor

Replaceable Unit Problem

No

Transceiver receive power–low warning

Minor

Replaceable Unit Problem

No

Transceiver TX power–high warning

Minor

Replaceable Unit Problem

No

Transceiver TX power–low warning

Minor

Replaceable Unit Problem

No

Transceiver temperature–high warning

Minor

Replaceable Unit Problem

No

Transceiver temperature–low warning

Minor

Replaceable Unit Problem

No

Transceiver bias current–high warning

Minor

Replaceable Unit Problem

No

Transceiver bias current–low warning

Minor

Replaceable Unit Problem

No

Transceiver voltage–high

Major

Replaceable Unit Problem

Yes

Transceiver voltage–low

Major

Replaceable Unit Problem

Yes

Transceiver voltage–high warning

Minor

Replaceable Unit Problem

No

Transceiver voltage–low warning

Minor

Replaceable Unit Problem

No

Table 65    XFP Transceiver Alarms

Description

Severity

Probable Cause

Service Affecting

Transceiver receive power–high

Major

Replaceable Unit Problem

Yes

Transceiver receive power–low

Major

Replaceable Unit Problem

Yes

Transceiver TX power–high

Major

Replaceable Unit Problem

Yes

Transceiver TX power–low

Major

Replaceable Unit Problem

Yes

Transceiver temperature–high

Major

Replaceable Unit Problem

Yes

Transceiver temperature–low

Major

Replaceable Unit Problem

Yes

Transceiver bias current–high

Major

Replaceable Unit Problem

Yes

Transceiver bias current–low

Major

Replaceable Unit Problem

Yes

Transceiver receive power–high warning

Minor

Replaceable Unit Problem

No

Transceiver receive power–low warning

Minor

Replaceable Unit Problem

No

Transceiver TX power–high warning

Minor

Replaceable Unit Problem

No

Transceiver TX power–low warning

Minor

Replaceable Unit Problem

No

Transceiver temperature–high warning

Minor

Replaceable Unit Problem

No

Transceiver temperature–low warning

Minor

Replaceable Unit Problem

No

Transceiver bias current–high warning

Minor

Replaceable Unit Problem

No

Transceiver bias current–low warning

Minor

Replaceable Unit Problem

No

Transceiver AUX1–high

Major

Replaceable Unit Problem

Yes

Transceiver AUX1–low

Major

Replaceable Unit Problem

Yes

Transceiver AUX2–high

Major

Replaceable Unit Problem

Yes

Transceiver AUX2–low

Major

Replaceable Unit Problem

Yes

Transceiver AUX1–high warning

Minor

Replaceable Unit Problem

No

Transceiver AUX1–low warning

Minor

Replaceable Unit Problem

No

Transceiver AUX2–high warning

Minor

Replaceable Unit Problem

No

Transceiver AUX2–low warning

Minor

Replaceable Unit Problem

No

Transceiver L-VCC5–high

Major

Replaceable Unit Problem

Yes

Transceiver L-VCC5–low

Major

Replaceable Unit Problem

Yes

Transceiver L-VCC3–high

Major

Replaceable Unit Problem

Yes

Transceiver L-VCC3–low

Major

Replaceable Unit Problem

Yes

Transceiver L-VCC2–high

Major

Replaceable Unit Problem

Yes

Transceiver L-VCC2–low

Major

Replaceable Unit Problem

Yes

Transceiver L-VCC5–high warning

Minor

Replaceable Unit Problem

No

Transceiver L-VCC5–low warning

Minor

Replaceable Unit Problem

No

Transceiver L-VCC3–high warning

Minor

Replaceable Unit Problem

No

Transceiver L-VCC3–low warning

Minor

Replaceable Unit Problem

No

Transceiver L-VCC2–high warning

Minor

Replaceable Unit Problem

No

Transceiver L-VCC2–low warning

Minor

Replaceable Unit Problem

No

3.11.9   Ethernet Port Alarms

Table 66    Ethernet Port Alarms

Description

Severity

Probable Cause

Service Affecting

Excessive collisions detected

Major

LinkFailure

Yes

Excessive speed 100M detected

Major

ConfigurationMismatch

Yes

Link down

Major

LinkFailure

Yes

Over subscription detected

Major

ConfigurationMismatch

Yes

Port diagnostic failed

Major

ReplaceableUnitProblem

Yes

Port terminal loopback enabled

Minor

OperatorNotification

No

Under subscription detected

Minor

ConfigurationMismatch

No

3.11.10   Gigabit Ethernet Port Alarms

Table 67    Gigabit Ethernet Port Alarms

Description

Severity

Probable Cause

Service Affecting

Link down

Major

LinkFailure

Yes

Link flooded

Major

LinkFailure

Yes

Port diagnostic failed

Major

ReplaceableUnitProblem

Yes

Port terminal loopback enabled

Minor

OperatorNotification

No

Receive loss of signal (LOS)

Critical

LossOfSignal

Yes

3.12   Troubleshoot with Card Status LEDs

The equipment and facility LEDs on each card display the status of individual cards and their ports. See Card Descriptions for definitions of equipment and facility LEDs.

If you are experiencing hardware problems, check the LEDs to determine the possible problem and solution.

Table 68    Problems Indicated by Card Status LEDs

Problem

Solution

FAIL (red) is on.

The card has failed. Replace the card.

ACTIVE (green) is off.

Perform the following checks or actions:


Check the STDBY LED:


  • If the STDBY LED is on, this is a normal condition.

  • If the STDBY LED is off, check the FAIL LED.

 

Check the FAIL LED:


  • If the FAIL LED is on, replace the card.

  • If the FAIL LED is off.m check the FAIL LED.

LOS (yellow) is on.

The port is experiencing a loss of signal. Check the cable connections and correct them if necessary.

SYNC (green) is off.

This condition is normal if no external timing cable is installed. Otherwise, all external timing signals have failed; the system is running with the onboard controller clock. Check the cable connections and correct them if necessary.

EXTERNAL TIMING LOS PRI (yellow) is on.

The signal is not present or an external timing source has not been configured. Check the cable connection; to check the configuration, see related documentation at https://ebusiness.ericsson.net.

EXTERNAL TIMING LOS SEC (yellow) is on.

The signal is not present or an external timing source has not been configured. Check the cable connection; to check the configuration, see related documentation at https://ebusiness.ericsson.net.

Note:  
Ethernet and GE cards do not have STDBY LEDs.

3.13   Troubleshoot with On-Demand Diagnostics

You initiate an on-demand diagnostic (ODD) session (one or more tests) from the SmartEdge OS command-line interface (CLI). These tests diagnose the standby controller card and line cards. You can also run tests on more than one card simultaneously. The following guidelines apply to the on-demand testing of traffic and controller cards:

Four levels of tests are supported; not all cards support all levels of tests.

Table 69    ODD Tests

Level

Components

Tests

1

All

Duplicates the tests of the power-on diagnostics; runs in 5 to 10 seconds.

2

Standby controller card, line cards only

Includes level 1 tests; tests all onboard active components in the line interface module (LIM) of the board, including memory, registers, PPA DIMMs and SRAM, PPA and other onboard processors; runs in 5 to 10 minutes.

3

Line cards only

Includes level 2 tests; tests and verifies the card data paths for the entire card with internal loopbacks; runs in 10 to 15 minutes.

4

Line cards only

Includes level 3 tests; tests the entire card using external loopbacks; must be run on site with external loopback cables installed; runs in 10 to 15 minutes.

A session log stores the latest results for each card in main memory and also on the internal-storage device for low-level software; a history file stores the results for each session for the last 100 sessions on that internal-storage device.

You can display partial test results while the tests are in progress; a notification message is displayed when the session is completed. To view the results, use the show diag command with the on-demand keyword in any mode. You can display the latest results for a card from the log or the results for one or more sessions from the history file.

If you are connected to the system using the Ethernet management port, you must enter the terminal monitor command (in exec mode) before you start the test session so that the system displays the completion message. For more information about the terminal monitor command, see related documentation at https://ebusiness.ericsson.net.

3.13.1   Initiate ODD Session

Table 70    Parameters for an ODD Session

Parameter

Description

card card-type slot

Line card in the specified slot to be tested; see the “Card Types and Slots for the card Command” table for argument values.

standby

Tests the standby controller card.

level level

Level at which the test is to be initiated. The levels are 1 to 4.

loop loop-num

Number of times to repeat the diagnostic test.

Table 71    Card Types and Slots for the card Command

Type of Line Card and Description

card-type Keyword

slot Argument Range

ATM OC-3c/STM-1c (8-port)

atm-oc3e-8-port

1 to 6 and 9 to 14

ATM OC-3c/STM-1c IR (4-port)

atm-oc3-4-port

1 to 6 and 9 to 14

Enhanced ATM OC-12c/STM-4c IR (1-port)

atm-oc12e-1-port

1 to 6 and 9 to 14

POS OC-3c/STM-1c (8-port, any SFP version)(1)

oc3e-8-port

1 to 6 and 9 to 14

POS OC-12c/STM-4c (4-port, any SFP version)

oc12e-4-port

1 to 6 and 9 to 14

POS OC-48c/STM-16c (4-port, any SFP version)

oc48e-4-port

1 to 6 and 9 to 14

OC-192c/STM-64c (1-port, any XFP version)

oc192-1-port

1 to 6 and 9 to 14

10/100 Ethernet (12-port)

ether-12-port

1 to 6 and 9 to 14

Fast Ethernet–Gigabit Ethernet (60-port FE, 2-port-GE)

fege-60-2-port

1 to 6 and 9 to 14

Gigabit Ethernet (4-port, first and second versions)

gigaether-4-port

1 to 6 and 9 to 14

Gigabit Ethernet 3 (4-port)

ge3-4-port

1 to 6 and 9 to 14

Gigabit Ethernet 1020 (10-port)

ge-10-port

1 to 6 and 9 to 14

Gigabit Ethernet 1020 (20-port)(2)

ge-20-port

1 to 6 and 9 to 14

Gigabit Ethernet (5-port)

ge-5-port

1 to 6 and 9 to 14

Gigabit Ethernet (20-port)

ge4-20-port

1 to 6 and 9 to 14

10 Gigabit Ethernet (1-port)

10ge-1-port

1 to 6 and 9 to 14

10 Gigabit Ethernet (4-port)

10ge-4-port

1 to 6 and 9 to 14

Advanced Services Engine

ase

1 to 6 and 9 to 14

SmartEdge Storage Engine

sse

1 to 6 and 9 to 14

(1)  Use part number SFP-OC3-SM-IR when ordering the SFP transceivers with POS OC-3 SR-1 or POS OC-3 IR-1 functionality.

(2)  The 20-port GE1020 card requires two adjacent slots.


To initiate an ODD session:

  1. If you are testing a line card, change its state to ODD; otherwise, proceed to step 2.
  2. To prepare a line card for an ODD session, perform the tasks listed in Table 72; Table 71 lists values for the card-type and slot arguments.
Table 72    Prepare a Line Card for an ODD Session

Task

Command

Notes

Access global configuration mode.

configure

Enter this command in exec mode.

Specify the card to be tested and access card configuration mode.

card

Specify the card type and slot number.

Save the state of the ports and circuits on the card and put it in the out-of-service state.

shutdown

If there are cross-connected circuits configured on any of the ports on an ATM or Ethernet card, this command disables the cross-connections and saves their state.

Put the card in the ODD state.

on-demand-diagnostic

 

Commit the previous commands to the database and return to exec mode.

end

You must enter this command to place the card in the ODD state.

  1. To test one or more components, enter one of the commands listed in Table 73; all commands are entered in exec mode. Table 70lists the values for the level-num and loop-num arguments. The arguments slot, slot1, slot2, and slotn are chassis slot numbers for the line cards to be tested.
Table 73    Test Components

Task

Command

Test a line card.

diag on-demand card slot level level loop loop-num

Test the standby controller card.

diag on-demand standby level level loop loop-num

Table 74 lists the alarm conditions, alarm status, FAIL LED status, status of other LEDs, ODD history, log, and status for a card after an ODD session during which the card failed one or more tests; and the affect on these indicators by the clear diag command (in exec mode), a reload of the system, the replacement, reload, or change of state of the card, or an ODD session that the card passed successfully.

Table 74    ODD and LED Conditions for a Card

State of (1) of Indicator After

Clear Log(2)

Clear History

Replace Card(3)

Reload System

Reload Card or Change State—ODD to OSS

Successful ODD Session

Alarm conditions

On

On

Cleared

Cleared

On

Cleared

Alarm status

On

On

Cleared

Cleared

On

Cleared

FAIL LED

On

On

Cleared

Cleared

On

Cleared

LED status

Unchanged

Unchanged

N/A (3)

N/A (3)

N/A (3)

See Table 69

ODD history

Unchanged

Cleared

Unchanged

Unchanged

Unchanged

History file is updated

ODD log

Cleared

Unchanged

Unchanged

Unchanged

Unchanged

Log is updated

ODD status

Failed

Failed

Not available

Not available

Failed

No failures were detected

(1)  You can display alarm, LED, and ODD states using the show hardware command with the detail keyword (in any mode).

(2)  You can clear the ODD log or history using the clear diag command (in exec mode).

(3)  Replacing a card or reloading the system causes the power-on diagnostics to run; the LED status reflects the results of the power-on diagnostic tests. You cannot reload a card if it is in the ODD state.


To view the results, see Results from an ODD Session.

3.13.2   Return Line Card to the In-Service State

After testing a line card, you must return it to the in-service state. To return the line card to the in-service state from the ODD state, you must enter the no form of the on-demand diagnostic and shutdown commands.

Table 75    Return a Line Card to the In-Service State

Task

Command

Notes

Access global configuration mode.

configure

Enter this command in exec mode.

Specify the card that was tested and access card configuration mode.

card

Specify the card type and slot number.

Remove the card from the ODD state and put it in the out-of-service state.

no on-demand-diagnostic

 

Return the card to the in-service state; restore any cross-connections.

noshutdown

This command restores any cross-connections to their state at the time of the shutdown.

Commit the previous commands to the database and return to exec mode.

end

 
Note:  
If you intend to reload the card, using the reload card in exec mode, you must first remove the card from the ODD state.

3.13.3   Results from an ODD Session

Table 76    LED States During and After an ODD Session

Card State

State of LEDs

Out of service (shutdown command)

FAIL, ACTIVE, and STDBY LEDs are off.

ODD (on-demand-diagnostic command)

FAIL, ACTIVE, and STDBY LEDs are off.

Session in progress

FAIL, ACTIVE, and STDBY LEDs blink.

End of session with one or more failures

FAIL LED is on; ACTIVE, and STDBY LEDs are turned off until card is returned to the in-service state.

End of terminated session

FAIL, ACTIVE, and STDBY LEDs are turned off until the card is returned to the in-service state.

End of successful session

FAIL, ACTIVE, and STDBY LEDs are turned off until the card is returned to the in-service state.

To display the results from one or more ODD sessions, perform one of the tasks listed in Table 77; all commands are entered in any mode.

Table 77    Display Results from ODD Sessions

Task

Command

Display results for all components from the last initiated session.

show diag on-demand

Display results for a line card.

show diag on-demand card slot

Display results for the standby controller card.

show diag on-demand standby

Display results for the last n sessions. The latest session is displayed first. Up to 100 sessions can be listed.

show diag on-demand history n

Table 78    Status Descriptions for an ODD Session

Session Status

Description

Aborted

Session was terminated by the user or by the standby controller card being removed.

Incomplete

At least one of the requested tests could not be run.

In-Progress

Session is currently in progress.

n Failures

Session was completed with a number of test failures.

Passed

All tests passed.

Table 79    Status Descriptions for a Test

Test Status

Description

Aborted

Test was started but terminated by the standby controller card being removed.

Failed

Test ran and failed.

Not Run

Test has not yet run (initial state).

Passed

Test ran successfully.

Running

Test is currently in progress.

Skipped

Test could not be run; for example, the part revision is earlier than the required minimum version or no file found.

In general, if a unit fails to pass a test, you should replace it or make arrangements for its replacement. Contact your local technical support representative for more information about the results of a failed test.

If the version of the Sys FPGA on a line card is not 0x7 or later, the voltage check, temperature check, and bus tests cannot be run; they are skipped, and the session status is reported as “Incomplete”. To resolve the problem, enter the show hardware command (in any mode) with the card and detail keywords to display the FPGA version in the SysFpga field. To upgrade this FPGA to the latest version, contact your local technical representative or the Ericsson TAC.

3.13.4   Clear Results from ODD Sessions

To clear the results from one or more ODD sessions, perform one of the tasks listed in Table 80; enter all commands in exec mode.

Table 80    Clear Results from ODD Sessions

Task

Command

Clear the results from the last initiated session.

clear diag on-demand

Clear the latest results for all components tested.

clear diag on-demandall

Clear the latest results for a line card.

clear diag on-demandcard slot

Clear the latest results for the standby controller card.

clear diag on-demandstandby

3.13.5   ODD Examples

The following example shows how to initiate a session on the standby controller card and display results:

[local]Redback#diag on-demand standby level 2 loop 4
[local]Redback#show diag on-demand standby

The following example shows how to initiate a session on the Ethernet card in slot 3, display results, and return the card to the in-service state:

!Place the card in ODD state
[local]Redback#configure
[local]Redback(config)#card ether-12-port 3
[local]Redback(config-card)#shutdown
[local]Redback(config-card)#on-demand-diagnostic
[local]Redback(config-card)#end

!Run an ODD session
[local]Redback#diag on-demand card 3 level 3 loop 5
!Display results
[local]Redback#show diag on-demand card 3
!Return the card to the in-service state
[local]Redback#configure
[local]Redback(config)#card ether-12-port 3
[local]Redback(config-card)#no on-demand-diagnostic
[local]Redback(config-card)#no shutdown
[local]Redback(config-card)#end

3.14   Obtaining Assistance

If you cannot determine the nature of the problem by using the information in this chapter, contact your local technical support representative. To help diagnose the problem when you communicate with your representative, ensure that you include the following information in your problem report (if communicating by fax or e-mail):

4   Servicing Hardware

The SmartEdge 1200 chassis has an EEPROM that supplies the medium access control (MAC) address for the chassis. If it should ever be necessary to replace the EEPROM, contact your local technical representative or the Ericsson Technical Assistance Center (TAC) for directions.


 Caution! 
Risk of equipment damage. Never attempt to repair parts or cards yourself; always replace any defective card with a card supplied by your local technical representative.
Table 81    Tools needed for Servicing Hardware

Tool

Purpose

#1 Phillips screwdriver

Remove and install the fan and alarm unit, and cards. The screwdriver must have a 4.5-inch (11.5-cm) shaft to reach the screws that secure the fan tray in the chassis.

4.1   Servicing Line Cards


 Stop! 
Risk of electrostatic discharge (ESD) damage. Always use an ESD wrist or ankle strap when handling the card. Do not attach the wrist strap to a painted surface. Avoid touching the card, components, or any connector pins.

Figure 32   Removing a Card

Figure 33   Replacing a Card


 Stop! 
Risk of equipment malfunction. If you install or replace a card in a running system and the system is not fully operational, you can cause the system to malfunction.

After you replace a line card or change its physical configuration, you must enter SmartEdge OS commands from the command-line interface (CLI) to restore the card to normal operations.

Make sure the system is fully operational before proceeding with the installation or replacement procedure:

4.2   Servicing Controller Cards

The second controller card must be the same type and have the same memory size as the current controller card; you can check the Common Language Equipment Identifier (CLEI) codes to ensure that they are identical.


 Stop! 
Risk of ESD damage. A controller card contains electrostatic-sensitive devices. To reduce the risk of ESD damage, always use an ESD wrist or ankle strap when handling any card. Avoid touching its printed circuit board, components, or any connector pins.

4.2.1   Adding a Second Controller Card

To add a second controller card:

  1. Put on an antistatic wrist strap and attach it to an appropriate grounded surface. Do not attach the wrist strap to a painted surface; an ESD convenience jack is located on the front of the fan tray.
  2. Loosen the captive screws and remove the blank card that is installed in slot 7 or 8.
  3. Install the card.
  4. erify the operational status: the FAIL LED must not be lit.

  5. Generally, duplicate the cable connections of the active controller card on the standby controller card.
  6. If the first controller card includes a CF card, install a CF card in the controller card you have just installed.
  7. Verify the operational status: the FAIL LED must not be on.
  8. Generally, duplicate the cable connections of the active controller card on the standby controller card (see the procedures in Connect and Route Cables at the Front of the Chassis, and route the cables accordingly.

After you have installed the card, the system ensures that both controller cards are running the same release of the system software, and downloads the release on the active controller card to the new standby controller card, if necessary.

4.2.2   Replacing a Controller Card

If the system configuration includes a single controller card, you will disrupt traffic when you remove the card.

If the software release on the controller card that you are installing is different from the release on the active controller, the active controller overwrites the release on the replacement controller card after you complete the replacement procedure.

If you are replacing one of a pair of controller cards, the replacement controller card must be the same type (XCRP3 or XCRP4) and have the same memory size as the current controller card; you can check the CLEI codes to ensure that they are identical.


 Caution! 
Risk of data loss. Controller cards are hot swappable, but if the system configuration includes redundant controller cards, you can disrupt traffic if you remove the active controller card. To reduce the risk, verify that the card being removed is not the active controller (that is, the STDBY LED is on).

To replace a controller card:

  1. For dual controller cards, ensure that the system is fully operational: the standby controller must be fully synchronized with the active controller card. Use the show redundancy command to display the status of the standby controller.
  2. For dual controller cards, upgrade the active controller card to run the latest release of the system software.
  3. For a controller card with a CF card installed, dismount the device by entering the following command in exec mode:

    unmount /md

    Removing the controller card with its CF card without first entering the unmount /md command can permanently damage the device and cause the kernel to crash.


     Caution! 
    Risk of data loss. Do not enter the unmount /md command while the CF ACTIVE LED is blinking. You can lose data that is being transferred to the CF card if you enter the unmount /md command before the data transfer operation is complete. When the operation is complete, the LED is turned off.

  4. Put on an antistatic wrist strap and attach it to an appropriate grounded surface. Do not attach the wrist strap to a painted surface; an ESD convenience jack is located on the front of the fan tray.
  5. Label and disconnect any cables from the front of the controller card being removed.
  6. Remove the current card.
  7. Install the card.
  8. If a CF card was installed in the previous controller card, remove the device from its slot and install it in the new controller card.
  9. Verify the operational status: the FAIL LED must not be on.
  10. Reconnect the cables you previously disconnected.

If you have replaced one of a pair of controller cards, the system ensures that both controller cards are running the same release of the system software and downloads the release on the active controller to the new standby controller, if necessary.

4.2.3   Upgrading a Controller Card

Later versions of the controller card (XCRP3 or XCRP4) provide more processing power and more memory. In a dual-controller system, you must upgrade both controller cards. You cannot mix controller types in the same chassis.

To upgrade a controller card:

  1. Power down the SmartEdge router. You cannot upgrade the controller cards in a running system.
  2. Replace each controller card currently installed in the chassis. In a dual-controller system, you must replace both controller cards.

    Both replacement controller cards must be the same version with the same amount of memory. You cannot mix controller types or memory configurations in the same chassis.

  3. Power on the SmartEdge router.
  4. Verify the operational status of both controller cards: the FAIL LED must not be on.
  5. Reconnect the cables you previously disconnected.

4.2.4   Upgrading an XCRP3 Controller Card

The XCRP3 controller card supports either 768 MB or 1,280 MB of main memory. To upgrade an XCRP3 controller card with 768 MB of main memory to use 1,280 MB, you must replace the card.

In a dual-controller system, you must upgrade both controller cards, so that both cards have the same main memory configuration.

4.2.5   Removing a CF Card

Figure 34   Ejector for CF Card in XCRP4 Controller Card

Removing the CF card without entering the unmount /md command can permanently damage the CF card and cause the kernel to crash. To reduce the risk, always enter the unmount /md command before removing the CF card.

For more information about the unmount command, see related documentation at https://ebusiness.ericsson.net.


 Caution! 
Risk of data loss. You can lose data that is being transferred to the CF card if you enter the unmount /md command (in exec mode) before the data transfer operation is complete. To reduce the risk, do not enter the unmount /md command while the CF ACTIVE LED is blinking. When the operation is complete, the LED is turned off.

To remove a CF card:

  1. Enter the following command in exec mode: unmount /md.
  2. If you are removing the CF card in an XCRP4 Controller card, perform the following steps:
    1. Open the door that covers the CF Type 1 slot until it “snaps” open. This action begins unmounting the file system on the CF card. The CF Active LED blinks during the unmounting process.
    2. Wait until the CF Active LED stops blinking. It is now safe to remove the CF card.
    Note:  
    If the system cannot successfully unmount the file system on the CF card, the CF Active LED stops blinking and is off. You must enter the unmount command (in exec mode) to unmount the file system on the card.

  3. Press the ejection button that is inside the CF slot twice (first to cause the button to protrude from within its recess and second to disengage the CF card from its connectors.)
  4. Grasp the CF card and pull gently and slowly until the CF card is disengaged from the internal pins.
  5. Close the door.

4.2.6   Installing a CF Card

Figure 35   Installing a CF Card

Each controller card has an external slot on the front panel in which you can install an optional Type I CF card.

Note:  
The XCRP4 Controller card supports Type I CF cards only.

If a CF card is installed in the active controller card, the standby controller card, if installed, must also have a CF card installed.

For detailed instructions on how to install a CF card, see Install CF Cards.

4.3   Replacing a Transceiver

Transceivers are hot-swappable; you can replace any transceiver without removing the Gigabit Ethernet card. However, you must shut down the port before performing the replacement procedure.

Figure 36   GBIC Transceivers

Figure 37   SFP Transceivers

Figure 38   XFP Transceivers

To remove a transceiver of any type:

  1. Shut down all activities on the port with the transceiver you want to replace. see related documentation at https://ebusiness.ericsson.net.
  2. Put on an antistatic wrist strap and attach it to an appropriate grounded surface. Do not attach the wrist strap to a painted surface; an ESD convenience jack is located on the front of the fan tray.

     Caution! 
    Risk of damage to fiber-optic cables. Never stop on a cable; never twist it when connecting it to or disconnecting it from a line card.
  3. Label and disconnect any cables attached to the transceiver you want to replace.

    Release the latching mechanism:

    1. If the transceiver has a wire handle, unlatch it, and rotate it 90° to 180°.
    2. If the transceiver has latching tabs, squeeze and hold the tabs.
  4. Withdraw the transceiver from its port and insert a dust cover over the optical connectors.

4.4   Cleaning Optical Connectors

Clean fiber-optic components are a requirement for quality connections between fiber-optic equipment. For more information, see Inspection and Cleaning Procedures for Fiber-Optic Connections.

For more information, see related documentation at https://ebusiness.ericsson.net.

4.5   Servicing the Advanced Services Engine


 Caution! 
Risk of ESD damage. A services card contains electrostatic-sensitive devices. To reduce the risk of ESD damage, always use an ESD wrist or ankle strap when handling any card. Avoid touching its printed circuit board, components, or any connector pins.

4.5.1   Adding an ASE Card

To add an ASE or ASE2 card to an operational system:

  1. Ensure that the system is fully operational:
    1. In a system with dual controller cards, the standby controller must be fully synchronized with the active controller card. Use the show redundancy command (in any mode) to display the status of the standby controller.
    2. In a system with a single controller card, ensure that you have the CLI prompt on the console.
  2. Select the proper slot for a services card.
  3. Put on an antistatic wrist strap and attach it to an appropriate grounded surface. Do not attach the wrist strap to a painted surface; an ESD convenience jack is located on the front of the fan tray.
  4. Loosen the captive screws and remove the blank card that is installed in the slot for the new card.
  5. Install the card.
  6. After the card has been installed, verify the operational status.
  7. Connect and route the cables.

    If you are having difficulty installing a new card, perform the following checks or actions:

    1. Ensure that you are not attempting to install a controller card in any slot other than slot 7 or 8.
    2. If you are attempting to install a services card in slot 7 or 8, select a different slot; services cards can be installed in slots 1 to 6 and 9 to 14 only.
    3. Ensure that the card is properly aligned with the slot guides.
    Note:  
    If you have already configured the slot by using the card command (in global configuration mode) and the services card is not the same type as the services card that you configured for the slot, the system does not initialize the new services card; instead, it is held in low-power mode with its components in reset mode. If the type of services card is the same as the slot configuration, the system initializes the card.

4.5.2   Replacing an ASE Card

Perform the following steps to remove an existing services card and replace it with a new card:

  1. Ensure that the system is fully operational:
    1. In a system with dual controller cards, the standby controller must be fully synchronized with the active controller card. Use the show redundancy command to display the status of the standby controller.
    2. In a system with a single controller card, ensure that you have the CLI prompt on the console.
  2. Prepare for replacement:
    1. Put on an antistatic wrist strap and attach it to an appropriate grounded surface. Do not attach the wrist strap to a painted surface; an ESD convenience jack is located on the front of the fan tray.
    2. Label and disconnect any cables from the front of the card being removed.
    3. If the card has optical ports, install rubber covers over the connectors.

       Caution! 
      Risk of ESD damage. A services card contains electrostatic-sensitive devices. To reduce the risk of ESD damage, always use an ESD wrist or ankle strap when handling any card. Avoid touching its printed circuit board, components, or any connector pins.
  3. Remove the current card.
  4. Install the new card.
  5. Check the LEDs on the new card to ensure proper operational status.
  6. Reconnect the cables you previously disconnected.
  7. Use the SmartEdge OS CLI software to restore the card to normal operations.

4.6   Servicing the SmartEdge Storage Engine


 Warning! 
Risk of personal injury. Only qualified personnel must install and service the system and its components. To avoid injury, do not attempt to access components inside the chassis.

4.6.1   Remove and Replace an SSE

Figure 39   Removing SSE


 Stop! 
Risk of electrostatic discharge (ESD) damage. Always use an ESD wrist or ankle strap when handling the SSE. Do not attach the wrist strap to a painted surface. Avoid touching the SSE, components, or any connector pins.

To remove the SSE:

  1. With a Phillips screwdriver, loosen the screws on the front panel.
  2. Pull on the ejector levers until they are parallel with the front panel. This will disengage the SSE from the connectors on the backplane.
  3. Carefully slide the SSE out of the slot.

Figure 40   Replacing SSE


 Warning! 
Risk of equipment damage. The SSE overheats when the slot to the right of it is empty. Insert blank cards into all empty slots.

To replace the SSE:

  1. Put on an antistatic wrist strap and attach it to an appropriate grounded surface.
  2. Align the SSE with the guides; these are located at the top and bottom of the slot in the chassis.

     Caution! 
    Risk of equipment damage. When you insert the SSE, the underside of the SSE might rub against the electromagnetic interference (EMI) gasket of the adjacent card and potentially damage the card. If the SSE does not slide smoothly without effort, or if the SSE touches the components on the adjacent card, do not force the SSE into the slot. Shift the left edge of the front panel slightly to the right until the SSE slides easily into the slot.
  3. Position the ejector levers away from the front panel and then carefully slide the SSE into the slot. The ejector levers rotate as the latching mechanisms engage the walls of the slot and the connectors on the SSE are inserted into the connectors on the backplane.
  4. Fully seat the connectors with the backplane by pushing on the ejector levers until they are parallel with the front panel.
  5. Tighten the screws on the front panel. Then with a Phillips screwdriver, tighten each screw to a maximum torque of 5.0 inch-lbs (0.6 Newton-meters).

4.6.2   Remove and Replace an HDD


 Caution! 
Risk of EMI. To shield against EMI when operating an SSE with an empty HDD carrier, always install a blank cover plate on the empty carrier.

Figure 41   Removing HDD

To remove the Hard Disk Drive (HDD), pull the ejector lever open and then slide the HDD out of the SSE carrier.

Figure 42   Replacing HDD


 Warning! 
Risk of equipment damage. If only one hard disk drive (HDD) is installed, it must be located in the top carrier to ensure proper air flow and cooling.

To replace the HDD:

  1. Pull the ejector lever open, align the HDD with the guides, and then slide it into the carrier.
  2. Verify that the bottom hook of the latch is properly positioned behind the faceplate and then fully seat the HDD into the connector by pushing on the ejector lever until it is parallel with the front panel.
  3. Verify the operational status as described in the hardware guide for your chassis.

For information about SSE configuration and operation, see related documentation located at https://ebusiness.ericsson.net, or consult your technical support representative.

4.7   Replacing the Fan Tray

Figure 43   Replacing the Fan Tray

You do not have to power off the system to remove the fan tray because the SmartEdge 1200 router can operate without the fans for a short time.


 Caution! 
Risk of equipment damage. Always replace the fan tray or air filter within three minutes of its removal. A working fan tray and air filter are required by the SmartEdge 1200 chassis for it to operate without overheating system components.

To replace the fan tray:

  1. Put on an antistatic wrist strap and attach it to an appropriate grounded surface. Do not attach the wrist strap to a painted surface; an ESD convenience jack is located on the front of the fan tray.
  2. Remove the fan tray:
    1. Using a Phillips screwdriver, loosen the captive screw on the front of the fan tray.
    2. Gently slide the fan tray out of the chassis and set it aside.
  3. Install the new fan tray:
    1. Insert the fan tray into the chassis.
    2. With a Phillips screwdriver, tighten the screw on the front of the fan tray to a maximum torque of 5.0 inch-lbs (0.6 Newton-meters).
  4. Check the LEDs on the front of the fan tray; the FAN LED must not be on.
  5. Replace the air filter and update the service date.
    Note:  
    If you do not replace the air filter and then update the service date, the service date stored in the fan tray will not be valid for the air filter.

4.8   Replacing the Air Filter

The SmartEdge 1200 chassis has a built-in air filter mounted at the bottom of the chassis.

Figure 44   Removing the Air Filter

The SmartEdge 1200 chassis has a built-in air filter that is used with the fan tray to cool the system. The filter is mounted at the bottom of the chassis. A label on the filter allows you to record the date the filter should be replaced. We recommend that you change this filter every six months (or more often, if required) to ensure the correct airflow through the chassis.


 Caution! 
Risk of equipment damage. Always replace the fan tray or air filter within three minutes of its removal. A working fan tray and air filter are required by the SmartEdge 1200 chassis for it to operate without overheating system components.

To replace the air filter:

  1. On the label of the replacement filter, record the date that it should be replaced.
  2. Remove the current filter: standing at the front of the chassis, reach under the chassis to the filter, and grasp the tab at the front of the filter; then push the filter back toward the rear of the chassis and, at the same time, pull down on the tab. You will feel the spring at the rear of the chassis give, and the filter will clear the restraining lip at the front of the chassis.
  3. Insert the replacement filter: insert the filter under the chassis and press it into the spring at the rear of the chassis to clear the restraining lip of the chassis; then lift the front of the filter and let it snap into place behind the restraining lip.
  4. Update the service date for the air filter; either enter the following command in exec mode or ask the system administrator to do so:

    service air-filter

The system updates the service date in the EEPROM of the fan tray, according to the service interval configured by the system administrator.

5   System Description

The SmartEdge 1200 router is a carrier-class product with an architecture that supports packetized traffic. The router can be used as an edge aggregation router and simultaneously as a broadband remote access server (BRAS) to directly connect customers to the network. It supports a variety of interfaces and vital services, such as routing protocols, quality of service (QoS), and inbound and outbound access control lists (ACLs). New services can easily be added with software upgrades.

Because of the optimized packet-forwarding capabilities and support of high-bandwidth uplink interfaces, the SmartEdge 1200 router can also be used in the metropolitan core to aggregate traffic from other routers into the long-haul transit core.

5.1   Specification Summary

Table 82    General Specifications

Specification

Value

Synchronization

  • Line timing mode (various line cards)

  • Internal timing mode

  • External timing mode

Protection type

  • Power: independent dual-feed

  • XCRP3 or XCRP4 Controller card: 1:1

  • External timing: 1:1

Operations connections

  • Management workstation (ENET): 10/100Base-T

  • Console terminal (Craft): RS-232

  • Alarms: audible and visual: critical, major, minor, ACO

Note:  
Protection for cards and ports depends on the release of the SmartEdge OS.

5.2   Controller Cards

A controller card manages the system; it is responsible for the packet routing protocols, the SmartEdge OS command-line interface (CLI), and communications with a network management system running the NetOp Element Management System (EMS) software. The controller card also loads all configuration information necessary for the line cards.

5.3   Line Card Interfaces

The SmartEdge 1200 router supports a wide variety of interfaces, such as:

Table 83    SmartEdge 1200 Line Cards

Type of Card

Number of Cards

Number of Ports(1)

Low-Density Version(2)

Low-Density Ports

Protection Ratios(3)

ATM OC-3c/STM-1c (8-port)

12

8

No

None, 1+1 APS

ATM OC-3c/STM-1c (4-port)

12

4

Yes

2

None, 1+1 APS

Enhanced ATM OC-12c/STM-4c (1-port)

12

1

No

None, 1+1 APS

POS OC-3c/STM-1c (8-port)(4)

12

8

No

None, 1+1 APS

POS OC-12c/STM-4c (4-port)

12

4

No

None, 1+1 APS

POS OC-48c/STM-16c (4-port)

12

4

No

None, 1+1 APS

OC-192c/STM-64c (1-port)

12

1

No

None, 1+1 APS

10/100 Ethernet (12-port)

12

12

No

None

Fast Ethernet–Gigabit Ethernet (60-port FE, 2-port GE)

12

60, 2

No

None

Gigabit Ethernet (4-port, first versions)

12

4

Yes

2

None

Advanced Gigabit Ethernet (4-port, second version)

12

4

Yes

2

None

Gigabit Ethernet 3 (4-port)

12

4

No

None

Gigabit Ethernet 1020 (10-port)

12

10

No

None

Gigabit Ethernet 1020 (20-port)

6(5)

20

No

None

Gigabit Ethernet (5-port)

12

5

No

None

Gigabit Ethernet (20-port)

10

20

No

None

10 Gigabit Ethernet (1-port)

12

1

No

None

10 Gigabit Ethernet (4-port)

10

4

No

None

(1)  On optical cards, each port has separate connectors for the transmit (Tx) and receive (Rx) circuits.

(2)  The low-density version of a card provides a limited number of ports that are enabled through software entitlement.

(3)  Protection features for various types of cards and ports depend on the release of the SmartEdge OS; the system supports a mix of protected and unprotected ports.

(4)  Use part number SFP-OC3-SM-IR when ordering the SFP transceivers with POS OC-3 SR-1 or POS OC-3 IR-1 functionality.

(5)  The 20-port GE1020 card requires two adjacent slots.


5.4   Advanced Services Card

Table 84    Advanced Services Card

Type of Card

Number of Cards

Number of Ports(1)

Low-Density Version

Low-Density Ports

Protection Ratios

Advanced Services Engine

12

4(2)

No

None

(1)  The SmartEdge OS does not support these ports directly.

(2)  These ports are not used for control or data traffic.


5.5   SmartEdge Storage Engine Card

Table 85    SmartEdge Storage Engine Card

Type of Card

Number of Cards

Number of Hard Disk Drives

SmartEdge Storage Engine

12

2

5.6   Packet Mesh Architecture

The SmartEdge 1200 router implements a grid of cross connections in its backplane that allows any line card to communicate directly to any other line card in the chassis. Each line card uses a combination of a Packet Mesh ASIC (PMA) and Packet Processing ASICs (PPAs) to perform this function.

5.7   Redundancy

Redundancy features include:

5.8   Alarms

System alarms include:

Pressing the ACO button silences an audible alarm and lights the ACO LED; pressing the button again turns off the ACO LED. Support for the ACO button depends on the release of the operating system.

5.9   System Status

The system status LEDs are located on the fan tray:

5.10   SmartEdge 1200 Router

The SmartEdge 1200 router is NEBS compliant and designed for mounting in a standard 19- or 23-inch rack.

Table 86    SmartEdge 1200 Chassis Types

Chassis

Product Code

Description

SmartEdge 1200

D9

SmartEdge 1200 chassis with NEBS-compliant air ramp.

5.10.1   Chassis Card Cage

The SmartEdge 1200 chassis has a card cage with 14 slots. Two slots are dedicated to the controller cards and 12 slots are available for a flexible combination of line cards.

All cards are installed at the front of the chassis. A cable tray provides the means to route the cables from the front of the chassis to the external equipment.

The rear of the chassis has connectors for alarm outputs, status inputs, dual external timing inputs for synchronization, and dual RS-232 ports for local connections.

Note:  
The operating system does not support the alarm, status, and RS-232 dial-up modem ports.

Electrostatic discharge (ESD) jacks are located on both the front and the rear of the chassis.

5.10.2   Chassis Cooling

The fan tray installed directly above the card slots cools the chassis. Six fans provide the needed airflow from the bottom of the chassis to the top with exhaust at the rear of the chassis. An air filter is installed below the card cage.

A single fan failure does not impact the operation of the system; however, to prevent overheating, the unit must be replaced as soon as possible.


 Caution! 
Risk of equipment damage. Every slot must have a controller, traffic, or blank card installed in it. SmartEdge cards can be damaged by lack of cooling when the chassis has empty slots.

5.10.3   Chassis Power

The SmartEdge 1200 router power architecture has two power zones, each with primary (A) and backup (B) sources. A1 refers to the primary power source for zone 1; B1 refers to the backup power source for zone 1. Both zones 1 and 2 must be connected for the chassis to be operational; the connections can be any combination of A and B sources. For a fully redundant power configuration, all four sources must be connected.

Zone 1 sources provide power to slots 1 to 7 in the chassis; zone 2 sources provide power to slots 8 to 14. The chassis fan tray is powered from either zone.

6   Card Descriptions

The SmartEdge 1200 router supports XCRP3 and XCRP4 Controller cards and the following line cards.

Table 87    SmartEdge Family Line Cards

Line Card Type and Card Description

Physical Ports

Low-Density Version

Low-Density Port Numbers

ATM OC-3c/STM-1c (8-port)


ATM OC-3c/STM-1c (4-port)


Enhanced ATM OC-12c/STM-4c IR (1-port)

1


8


4

No


No


Yes



1, 3

POS OC-3c/STM-1c (8-port)


POS OC-12c/STM-4c (4-port)


POS OC-48c/STM-16c (4-port)


OC-192c/STM-64c (1-port)

1


4


4


8

No


No


No


No




10/100 Ethernet (12-port)


Fast Ethernet–Gigabit Ethernet (60-port FE, 2-port GE)


Gigabit Ethernet (4-port)


Advanced Gigabit Ethernet (4-port)


Gigabit Ethernet 3 (4-port)


Gigabit Ethernet 1020 (10-port)


Gigabit Ethernet 1020 (20-port)(1)


Gigabit Ethernet (5-port)


Gigabit Ethernet (20-port)(2)


10 Gigabit Ethernet (1-port)


10 Gigabit Ethernet (4-port)

12


60, 2


4


4


4


10


20


5


20


1


4

No


No


Yes


Yes


No


No


No


No


No


No


No



1, 3


1, 3








(1)  The 20-port GE1020 card requires two adjacent slots.

(2)  Because the TX SFP is larger than a standard SFP, you cannot insert two TX SFPs side by side on the 20-port GE line card.


Gigabit Ethernet applies to any Ethernet line card that supports a port speed of 1 Gbps or greater; unless explicitly stated, the speed of any Gigabit Ethernet port is 1 Gbps.

Each pair of facility LEDs on the transceiver-based Gigabit Ethernet cards indicates status for its associated port.

These transceivers are described in Transceivers for SmartEdge and SM Family Line Cards.

6.1   Controller Cards

The SmartEdge 1200 router supports:

The controller card is responsible for:

Table 88    XCRP3 and XCRP4 Controller Card Comparison

Feature

XCRP3

XCRP4

Processors

Dual processors with shared memory that run independently and perform different functions

Four processors with shared memory that run independently and perform different functions

Control processor functions

  • SONET/SDH software

  • SmartEdge OS software

  • NetOp EMS software

  • External timing (synchronization) software

  • SONET/SDH software

  • SmartEdge OS software

  • NetOp EMS software

  • External timing (synchronization) software

Main memory (total)

768 or 1,280 MB SDRAM

8 GB DDR-II SDRAM

NVRAM

512 KB DRAM with battery backup

512 KB DRAM with battery backup

Internal timing

Stratum 3 oscillator (±4.6 ppm with freerun, normal, and holdover modes)

SONET minimum clock (±20.0 ppm in freerun mode, normal mode only)

Real-time clock

Yes, synchronized with NTP server

Yes, synchronized with NTP server

External timing implementation(1)

Software selectable(2)

Software selectable(3)

Internal storage for system images and files

1 GB(4)

2 GB

External storage for core dumps and system files

1 GB (NEBS certified)

1 GB (NEBS certified)

External ports

2 DB-9 (CRAFT 1, CRAFT 2)(5)


1 10/100 Ethernet

1 DB-9 (CRAFT)


1 10/100/1000 Ethernet(6)

(1)  The SmartEdge OS does not support the transmission of data to the external equipment.

(2)  The XCRP3 can receive or transmit data.

(3)  The XCRP4 can receive data only.

(4)  Total storage on two internal storage devices.

(5)  The CRAFT 1 port is not supported.

(6)  Support for 1 Gbps depends on the release of the SmartEdge OS.


6.1.1   Controller Card LEDs

Figure 45   LEDs on Controller Cards

Each controller card has:

Table 89    Equipment LEDs on Controller Cards

Label

Activity

Color

Description

FAIL

On

Red

A failure exists on the controller card.(1)

Blinking

Red

Standby controller is being synchronized with the active controller.(2)

Off

None

No failure exists on the controller card.

ACTIVE

On

Green

This controller card is the active controller.

Off

None

This controller card is either on standby (the STDBY LED is on) or has failed (the FAIL LED is on).

STDBY

On

Yellow

This controller card is the standby controller for the system.

Off

None

This controller card is either the active controller for the system (the ACTIVE LED is on) or has failed (the FAIL LED is on).

CF(3)

On

Green

  • The slot is empty, and it is safe to insert a CF card.

  • The file system on the installed CF card is not mounted, and it is safe to remove the CF card.

Blinking

Green

A CF card is installed in the slot, and the SmartEdge OS is mounting or unmounting the file system.

Off

None

A CF card is installed, the file system is mounted, and the SmartEdge OS might be transferring data to or from the CF card.

CF ACTIVE(4)

Blinking

Green

The external storage device in the slot in the active controller card is being read or written.

Off

None

No read or write operation on the external storage device is in progress.

(1)  A failure can be total, partial, or forced. Failure on any part of the card, including failure of any of its ports, results in the FAIL LED being on.

(2)  The synchronization process is not affected by line card installation and removal; the active controller, and hence the system, continues to be responsive to traffic forwarding and continues to detect and notify the administrator of any faults that occur while the standby controller is being synchronized.

(3)  XCRP4 Controller card only.

(4)  XCRP3 Controller card only.


When you first power on the system, the active controller card is in slot 7. Thereafter, the slot changes whenever a switchover occurs. Check the status of the ACTIVE LED or use the show chassis command (in any mode) to determine the slot number.


 Caution! 
Risk of data loss. Do not remove a CF card from its slot while the CF ACTIVE LED is blinking; you can lose data that is being transferred to the device if you enter the unmount /md command (in exec mode) before the data transfer operation is complete. To reduce the risk, you must wait until the CF ACTIVE LED is off; then enter the unmount /md command to prepare the device for removal.

 Caution! 
Risk of equipment failure. Removing the CF card from its slot without first entering the unmount /md command (in exec mode) can permanently damage the device and cause the kernel to crash. To reduce the risk, always enter the unmount /md command before removing a CF card.
Table 90    Facility LEDs on Controller Cards

Label

Activity

Color

Description

LINK/ACTIVITY

On

Green

The link is present and active.

LINK/ACT

Blinking

Green

The link is transmitting or receiving frames.

Off

None

The link has no active frame.

SPEED

On

Green

The link is operating at 1 Gbps (XCRP4 only)

On

Yellow

The link is operating at 100 Mbps.

Off

None

The link is operating at 10 Mbps.

Table 91    Synchronization and External Timing LEDs on Controller Cards

Label

Activity

Color

Description

SYNC

On

Green

At least one of the selected synchronization references is in good condition and is providing reference.

Off

None

The selected synchronization reference is external, and all external references have failed. The timing is being internally generated.

EXTERNAL TIMING LOS PRI

On

Yellow

The primary input signal from the external equipment has been configured (provisioned), but is not present.

Off

None

The primary input signal has not yet been configured or has been configured and is present.

EXTERNAL TIMING LOS SEC

On

Yellow

The secondary input signal from the external equipment has been configured but is not present.

Off

None

The secondary input signal has not yet been configured or has been configured and is present.

6.1.2   Supporting Information

The following sections provide information about functional components of the XCRP3 and XCRP4 Controller cards.

6.1.2.1   Processors

The XCRP3 Controller card has two processors. One processor runs low-level software, including device drivers and equipment management software; the second processor runs the routing and broadband remote access server (BRAS) software. The XCRP4 Controller card has four processors: one processor runs the low-level software and the other three processors run the BRAS and routing software. Support for more than one processor to run the BRAS and routing software depends on the release of the SmartEdge OS.

6.1.2.2   XCRP3 L2 Cache Switchover

This feature is used to identify XCRP3 Controller cards that are experiencing random L2 cache parity errors and to prevent the corrupt cache data from being used. The PPC processors used on the XCRP3 Controller cards encounter a machine check exception when an L2 cache parity error is detected. These exceptions are caused by hardware and are expected to occur randomly approximately every 16 years for each card.n. To prevent the Smart Edge router from being forced out of service due to an L2 cache parity error on the XCRP3 Controller card, a switchover is required. After the switchover is performed, the XCRP3 Controller card is reloaded and the error is resolved. No adverse effects occur after the card is reloaded.

6.1.2.3   Main Memory

Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory (SDRAM) is used by the SmartEdge OS shared databases that are accessed by the line cards. In a chassis with two controller cards, both cards must have the same memory configuration

6.1.2.4   NVRAM with Battery

The NVRAM battery on the XCRP4 Controller card is rechargeable; it is recharged from the power supplied to the SmartEdge router during normal operations. The battery typically lasts more than two years when fully charged and without benefit of being recharged by being powered on.

6.1.2.5   System Clock

The internal clock on the XCRP3 Controller card is a Stratum 3 oscillator at ±4.6 ppm that supports free-run, normal, and holdover modes; the internal clock on an XCRP4 Controller card is a SONET minimum clock (SMC) at ±20.0 ppm in free-run and normal modes only. The system clock performs timing functions for system hardware, regardless of the source of its timing data. Using the SmartEdge OS, you can specify external equipment (external timing mode), the received clock of a line card (line timing mode), or the internal clock on the controller card (internal mode) as the source for the system clock. The real-time clock (RTC) on the XCRP3 and XCRP4 Controller cards is initialized before the system is shipped. It is not affected by power failures, system shutdown, or reload. The RTC uses the NVRAM battery. By default, the source of the transmit clock for the ports on a line card is its onboard clock. Depending on the type of line card, the transmit clock for a port on a line card can use instead the receive clock derived from an incoming signal to the port or system clock. Because a port does not interface to the source of the system clock directly, line card synchronization is independent of the type of external timing equipment and the version of the controller card installed in the chassis.

6.1.2.6   External Timing Connection

Figure 46   External Timing Cables Connections

An external timing cable provides a connection from an external synchronization source, such as a building integrated timing supply (BITS) or synchronization supply unit (SSU), to the SmartEdge router. Each cable consists of two individually shielded, twisted wire pairs: one pair for the synchronization input and another pair for the synchronization output.

Note:  
For the XCRP3 and XCRP4 Controller cards, the type of interface is software selectable. The SmartEdge OS does not support transmission of data to another SmartEdge router or any other external equipment.

The external timing interfaces allow operation of the system clock to be independent of the type of external equipment and the framing of the external line.

Two connections are possible: one from a primary source and one from a secondary source. Either connection can provide timing for the entire chassis (input), regardless of the configuration of the controller cards. See Figure 46 for the location of the connectors for these cables.

An adapter, available as an option, provides wire wrap pins to allow you to attach a cable without a connector. Support for the other ports depends on the release of the operating system.

6.1.2.7   Internal Storage for SmartEdge OS files

A controller card has one or two CF cards (Type I), which store SmartEdge OS images and files.SmartEdge OS storage is organized into three partitions: p0, p1, and /flash. The p0 and p1 partitions each store a system image and its files; the memory on a controller card can be loaded from either partition. The third partition, /flash, stores SmartEdge OS configuration files and other system- and user-created data files. The capacity of the CF cards can vary; the CF cards installed in the active and standby controller cards need not have the same capacity.

6.1.2.8   Optional CF Card


 Caution! 
Risk of data loss. You can corrupt the system if you attempt to install a CF card not obtained from Ericsson because these items have not been tested with the SmartEdge router. To reduce the risk, use only the CF cards provided by Ericsson.

A controller card has an external slot on the front panel in which you can install an optional Type I or Type II CF card. The XCRP4 Controller card supports Type I CF cards only. When installed (the system is shipped with the slot empty), the CF card captures crash dumps and provides an alternate source for loading SmartEdge OS software, if it is not possible to download it over the network. If a CF card is installed in the active controller card, the standby controller card, if installed, must also have a CF card installed; however, for the XCRP3 Controller card, the CF card types (Type I or Type II) need not to match.

6.1.2.9   Ports for System Management Access

The XCRP3 Controller card has two Craft ports, labeled CRAFT 1 and CRAFT 2; the XCRP4 Controller card has a single Craft port, labeled CRAFT. The CRAFT 2 port is the only enabled Craft port on the XCRP3 Controller card. Each port has a DB-9 connector and provides an RS-232 connection to a local console terminal, a terminal server, or a modem. The Craft port provides access to the SmartEdge OS CLI for configuring and monitoring tasks; it is enabled on both the active and standby controller cards. All controller cards have a single Ethernet port with an RJ-45 connector that runs at 100 Mbps and provides a connection to an Ethernet device such as a switch or hub. This port provides access to the SmartEdge OS CLI from either a local or remote management workstation for configuring and monitoring tasks. Using this port, the system can also communicate with a remote workstation that is running the NetOp EMS software. Support for 1-Gbps speed of the port on the XCRP4 Controller card depends on the release of the SmartEdge OS. The Ethernet management port on the standby controller card is disabled unless the card becomes the active controller card.

6.1.2.10   Monitoring Temperature and Voltage

Temperature is monitored at both air inlet and air outlet locations on a controller card; an over-temperature interrupt signals the SmartEdge OS when the temperature rises above safe operating conditions. Voltages are also monitored and reported to the SmartEdge OS. Administrators can display both temperature and voltage data using commands in the SmartEdge OS CLI.

6.1.2.11   Fully Redundant Configuration

When two controller cards are installed in the SmartEdge 1200 chassis, one functions as the active controller and the other card functions as the standby controller, providing full redundancy for high-reliability networking requirements. If a controller card fails, the redundant card automatically becomes the active controller, thereby avoiding any unnecessary service disruption in the network. If you upgrade the active controller card with a new software release, the active controller upgrades the standby controller. Redundancy extends to the console connections on the controller cards: the console ports can each be connected to a terminal server, and the Ethernet management ports can be connected to the same Ethernet hub with individual cables. The software automatically switches to the external timing secondary source should the primary source fail. If both sources fail, the active controller card uses an internal timing source.

6.2   8-Port ATM OC-3c/STM-1c Card

The 8-port ATM OC-3c/STM-1c card is designed to be used as a subscriber-facing module and a network uplink module.

The 8-port card is referred to as a third-generation ATM OC-3c/STM-1c card. This card is a PPA2-based card and has increased memory capacity of a minimum of 1 GB. It also has increased circuit density of 24K with eight CoS queues and 32K with two or four CoS queues. It offers higher performance and supports more ATM VPs and PVCs than the 4-port card.

For information about ATM VPs and PVC support, see related documentation at https://ebusiness.ericsson.net.

This card uses the vc-fair and hsvc-fair SAR images. The vc-fair SAR image provides functionality consistent with PPA1-based ATM cards, but at a higher scale and without VC sparseness issues. The hsvc-fair image supports hierarchical and non-hierarchical shaping, port rate limiting, and VC fairness under congestion. Both vc-fair and hsvc-fair SAR images support statistics.

The SAR devices support two, four, or eight distinct CoS queues for each ATM PVC, allowing a mix of priority- and class-based queuing for each ATM PVC.

When configuring the EPD threshold in hsvc-fair mode, the value used should not exceed 500.

Note:  
The number used after threshold (in this case, 5000) has an acceptable range of 1 to 10000; however, in the case of hsvc-fair mode, it should not be configured greater than 500. If it is configured above 500, poor performance can result.

This card is the same size as all other SmartEdge line cards and occupies a single slot in the chassis. The following types of SFP optical transceivers are supported on any of the ports:

Table 92    8-Port ATM OC-3c/STM-1c Card Specifications

Specification

SR-0

IR-1

General

Number of ports(1)

8

8

Speed

155 Mbps

155 Mbps

Protection

None

None

Interface

ATM OC-3c/STM-1c SR-0

ATM OC3c/STM1c IR-1

Link power budget(2)

10.0 dB

12.0 dB

Nominal wavelength

1310 nm

1310 nm

Connector type

LC

LC

Cable type

MMF

SMF

Compliance

SFF-8472 and INF-8074i


ANSI-T1.105.06 SR-0

SFF-8472 and INF-8074i


Telcordia GR-253, ITU G.957

Transmitter

Optical output power

–20.0 dBm (min)


–14.0 dBm (max)

–15.0 dBm (min)


–8.0 dBm (max)

Center wavelength range

1270 to 1380 nm

1260 to 1360 nm

Extinction ratio

10.0 dB (min)

8.2 dB (min)

Spectral width (RMS)

7.7 nm (max)

7.7 nm (max)

Receiver

Wavelength range(3)

1260 to 1360 nm

1260 to 1580 nm

Sensitivity

–29.0 dBm

–28.0 dBm

Overload level

–14.0 dBm

–8.0 dBm

(1)  Each optical port has separate connectors for the transmit (Tx) and receive (Rx) circuits.

(2)  The link power budget is calculated using (minimum output power) – (minimum sensitivity) – (optical path power penalty); the power penalty is 1.

(3)  Receiver sensitivity is degraded 1.0 dB for wavelengths Š 1570 nm.


6.2.1   Status LEDs

Figure 47   Status LEDs on 8-Port ATM OC-3c/STM-1c Card

Table 93    Equipment LEDs on 8-Port ATM OC-3c/STM-1c Card

Label

Activity

Color

Description

FAIL

On

Red

A failure exists on the card.(1)

Off

None

No failure exists on the card.

ACTIVE

On

Green

This card is in service.

Off

None

This card is either on standby (the STDBY LED is on) or has failed (the FAIL LED is on).

STDBY

On

Yellow

At least one of the ports on this card has been configured as a protection port.(2)

Off

None

None of the ports on this card has been configured as a protection port.

(1)  A failure can be total, partial, or forced. Failure on any part of the card, including failure of any of its ports, results in the FAIL LED being on.

(2)  Protection for cards and ports depends on the release of the SmartEdge OS.


Table 94    Facility LEDs on 8-Port ATM OC-3c/STM-1c Card

Label

Activity

Color

Description

LINK

On

Green

Signal is present and within specifications.

Blinking

Green

Signal is present and within specifications; receiving or transmitting packets (not idle cells).

Off

None

Port is not configured, no signal is present, or signal is not within specifications.

LOC

On

Yellow

Local port is in an alarm state, such as a loss of frame (LOF).

Off

None

Local port is in a normal state.

REM

On

Yellow

Remote port cannot obtain synchronization or has a defect or failure, such as an alarm indication signal (AIS).

Off

None

Remote port is in a normal state.

6.3   4-Port ATM OC-3c/STM-1c Card

The 4-port ATM OC-3c/STM-1c Intermediate (IR) card is referred to as a second-generation ATM OC-3c/STM1-1c card and is a low-density version which provides two ports that are enabled through software entitlement. This card has increased memory for each port and offers higher performance and support for more ATM virtual paths (VPs) and PVCs than an earlier version of the card. The SAR devices support two, four, or eight distinct CoS queues for each ATM PVC, allowing a mix of priority- and class-based queuing for each ATM PVC. For information about ATM VPs and PVC support, see related documentation at https://ebusiness.ericsson.net.

The card uses two SAR devices, which perform the reassembly function on the incoming ATM cell stream from the physical device and the segmentation function to create the corresponding outgoing ATM cell stream.

The hardware provides HEC framing for each port; the transmit clock can be derived either from the active controller card or from the onboard local oscillator.

This card is the same size as all other SmartEdge line cards and occupies a single slot in the chassis.

Table 95    4-Port ATM OC-3c/STM-1c IR Card Specifications

Specification

IR

General

Number of ports(1)

4 or 2 (low-density version)

Speed

155 Mbps

Protection

1+1 APS—Bidirectional or unidirectional; revertive or nonrevertive switching

Interface

Telcordia IR-1, SDH/STM-1 S-1.1

Link power budget(2)

12 dB

Nominal wavelength

1310 nm

Connector type

LC

Cable type

SMF

Compliance

Telcordia GR-253, ANSI T1.102, ITU G.957

Transmitter

Optical output power

–8.0 dBm (max)


–15.0 dBm (min)

Center wavelength range

1261 to 1360 nm

Extinction ratio

8.2 dB (min)

Spectral width (RMS)

7.7 nm (max)

Receiver

Wavelength range

1270 to 1565 nm

Minimum sensitivity

–28.0 dBm

Overload level

–8.0 dBm (min)

(1)  Each optical port has separate connectors for the transmit (Tx) and receive (Rx) circuits.

(2)  The link power budget is calculated using (minimum output power) – (minimum sensitivity) – (optical path power penalty); the power penalty is 1.


6.3.1   Status LEDs

Figure 48   Status LEDs on 4-Port ATM OC-3c/STM-1c IR Card

Table 96    Equipment LEDs on 4-Port ATM OC-3c/STM-1c IR Card

Label

Activity

Color

Description

FAIL

On

Red

A failure exists on the card.(1)

Off

None

No failure exists on the card.

ACTIVE

On

Green

This card is in service.

Off

None

This card is either on standby (the STDBY LED is on) or has failed (the FAIL LED is on).

STDBY

On

Yellow

At least one of the ports on this card has been configured as a protection port.(2)

Off

None

None of the ports on this card has been configured as a protection port.

(1)  A failure can be total, partial, or forced. Failure on any part of the card, including failure of any of its ports, results in the FAIL LED being on.

(2)  Protection for cards and ports depends on the release of the SmartEdge OS.


Table 97    Facility LEDs on 4-Port ATM OC-3c/STM-1c IR Card

Label

Activity

Color

Description

LINK

On

Green

Signal is present and within specifications.

Blinking

Green

Signal is present and within specifications; receiving or transmitting packets (not idle cells).

Off

None

Port is not configured, no signal is present, or signal is not within specifications.

LOC

On

Yellow

Local port is in an alarm state, such as a loss of frame (LOF).

Off

None

Local port is in a normal state.

REM

On

Yellow

Remote port cannot obtain synchronization, or has a defect or failure, such as an alarm indication signal (AIS).

Off

None

Remote port is in a normal state.

6.4   1-Port Enhanced ATM OC-12c/STM-4c Card

The 1-port Enhanced ATM OC-12c/STM-4c Intermediate Reach (IR) card supports one SONET or SDH SMF port, which operates at 622 Mbps, and can be used either as an optical line or optical trunk interface. In addition, this card can be used to support subscriber circuits.

Note:  
The 1-port Enhanced ATM OC-12c/STM-4c IR card is also referred to as a second-generation ATM OC-12c/STM-4c card.

The card uses two SAR devices. The ingress SAR performs the reassembly function on the incoming ATM cell stream from the physical device. The egress SAR performs the segmentation function to create the corresponding outgoing ATM cell stream.

The hardware provides header error control (HEC) framing for the port. The transmit clock can be derived either from the active controller card or from the onboard local oscillator.

This card supports up to 16,000 ATM permanent virtual circuits (PVCs).

The SAR devices also support enhanced queuing and shaping functions for more granular control over traffic management with two, four, or eight distinct CoS queues for each ATM PVC and allow a mix of priority- and class-based queuing for each ATM PVC. These additional capabilities allow the card to support subscriber circuits. For information about ATM PVC and traffic management support, see related documentation at https://ebusiness.ericsson.net.

This card is the same size as all other SmartEdge line cards and occupies a single slot in the chassis.

Table 98    1-Port Enhanced ATM OC-12c/STM-4c IR Card Specifications

Specification

Value

General

Number of ports(1)

1

Speed

622.08 Mbps

Protection (facility)

1+1 APS—Bidirectional or unidirectional; revertive or nonrevertive switching

Interface type

Telcordia IR-1, SDH/STM-4 S-4.1

Link power budget(2)

12 dB

Nominal wavelength

1310 nm

Connector type

LC

Cable type

SMF

Compliance

Telcordia GR-253, ANSI T1.102, ITU G.957

Transmitter

Optical output power

–8.0 dBm (max)


–15.0 dBm (min)

Center wavelength range

1274 to 1356 nm

Extinction ratio

8.2 dB (min)

Spectral width (RMS)

2.5 nm (max)

Receiver

Wavelength range

1274 to 1356 nm

Minimum sensitivity

–28 dBm

Overload level

–8.0 dBm (min)

(1)  Each optical port has separate connectors for the transmit (Tx) and receive (Rx) circuits.

(2)  The link power budget is calculated using (minimum output power) – (minimum sensitivity) – (optical path power penalty); the power penalty is 1.


6.4.1   Status LEDs

Figure 49   Status LEDs on 1-Port Enhanced ATM OC-12c/STM-4c IR Card

Table 99    Equipment LEDs on 1-Port Enhanced ATM OC-12c/STM-4c IR Card

Label

Activity

Color

Description

FAIL

On

Red

A failure exists on the card.(1)

Off

None

No failure exists on the card.

ACTIVE

On

Green

This card is in service.

Off

None

This card is either on standby (the STDBY LED is on) or has failed (the FAIL LED is on).

STDBY

On

Yellow

At least one of the ports on this card has been configured as a protection port.(2)

Off

None

None of the ports on this card has been configured as a protection port.

(1)  A failure can be total, partial, or forced. Failure on any part of the card, including failure of any of its ports, results in the FAIL LED being on.

(2)  Protection for cards and ports depends on the release of the SmartEdge OS.


Table 100    Facility LEDs on 1-Port Enhanced ATM OC-12c/STM-4c IR Card

Label

Activity

Color

Description

LINK

On

Green

Signal is present and within specifications.

Blinking

Green

Signal is present and within specifications; receiving or transmitting packets (not idle cells).

Off

None

Port is not configured, no signal is present, or signal is not within specifications.

LOC

On

Yellow

Local port is in an alarm state, such as a loss of frame (LOF).

Off

None

Local port is in a normal state.

REM

On

Yellow

Remote port cannot obtain synchronization or has a defect or failure, such as an alarm indication signal (AIS).

Off

None

Remote port is in a normal state.

6.5   8-Port POS OC-3c/STM-1c Card

The 8-port POS OC-3c/STM-1c card is designed to be used as a subscriber-facing module and as well as a network uplink module. This card is a PPA2-based card and has a minimum memory capacity of 1 GB.

This POS OC-3c/STM-1c card supports the Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP), high-level data-link control (HDLC), Frame Relay (FR) encapsulations, Modified Deficit Round Robin (MDRR), and POS Link Aggregation Group (LAG) features.

This card is the same size as all other SmartEdge line cards and occupies a single slot in the chassis. This card requires a separate SFP transceiver for each port.

The following types of SFP transceivers are supported on any of the ports:

Note:  
When ordering the SFP transceivers with POS OC-3 SR-1 or POS OC-3 IR-1 functionality, use part number SFP-OC3-SM-IR.

Table 101    8-Port POS OC-3c/STM-1c Card Specifications

Specification

SR-0

SR-1(1)

IR-1 (1)

General

Number of ports(2)

8

8

8

Speed

155.52 Mbps

155.52 Mbps

155.52 Mbps

Protection (facility)(3)

  • None

  • 1+1 APS: Bidirectional; revertive or nonrevertive switching

  • None

  • 1+1 APS: Bidirectional; revertive or nonrevertive switching

  • None

  • 1+1 APS: Bidirectional; revertive or nonrevertive switching

Interface

Telcordia SONET OC-3 SR-0 / SDH STM S-0

Telcordia SONET OC-3 SR-1 / SDH STM S-1

Telcordia SONET OC-3 IR-1 / SDH STM I-1

Link power budget(4)

10.0 dB

13.0 dB

13.0 dB

Nominal wavelength

1310 nm

1310 nm

1310 nm

Connector type

LC

LC

LC

Cable type

MMF

SMF

SMF

Compliance

SFF-8472 and INF-8074i


ANSI-T1.105.06 SR-0

SFF-8472 and INF-8074i


Telcordia GR-253, ITU G.957

SFF-8472 and INF-8074i


Telcordia GR-253, ITU G.957

Transmitter

Optical output power

–14.0 dBm (max)


–20.0 dBm (min)

–8.0 dBm (max)


–15.0 dBm (min)

–8.0 dBm (max)


–15.0 dBm (min)

Center wavelength range

1270 to 1360 nm

1270 to 1360 nm

1270 to 1360 nm

Extinction ratio

10.0 dB (min)

8.2 dB (min)

8.2 dB (min)

Spectral width

7.7 nm (max)

4.0 nm (max)

4.0 nm (max)

Receiver

Wavelength range

1260 to 1360 nm

1270 to 1580 nm

1270 to 1580 nm

Sensitivity

–29.0 dBm

–28.0 dBm

–28.0 dBm

Overload level

–14.0 dBm

–8.0 dBm

–8.0 dBm

(1)  Use part number SFP-OC3-SM-IR when ordering the SFP transceivers with POS OC-3 SR-1 or POS OC-3 IR-1 functionality.

(2)  Each optical port has separate connectors for the transmit (Tx) and receive (Rx) circuits.

(3)  Protection features for various types of cards and ports depend on the release of the SmartEdge OS; the system supports a mix of protected and unprotected ports.

(4)  The link power budget is calculated using (minimum output power) – (minimum sensitivity).


6.5.1   Status LEDs

Figure 50   Status LEDs on 8-Port POS OC-3c/STM-1c Card

Table 102    Equipment LEDs on 8-Port POS OC-3c/STM-1c Card

Label

Activity

Color

Description

FAIL

On

Red

A failure exists on the card.(1)

Off

None

No failure exists on the card.

ACTIVE

On

Green

This card is in service.

Off

None

This card is either on standby (the STDBY LED is on) or has failed (the FAIL LED is on).

STDBY

On

Yellow

At least one of the ports on this card has been configured as a protection port.(2)

Off

None

None of the ports on this card has been configured as a protection port.

(1)  A failure can be total, partial, or forced. Failure on any part of the card, including failure of any of its ports, results in the FAIL LED being on.

(2)  Protection for cards and ports depends on the release of the SmartEdge OS.


Table 103    Facility LED on 8-Port POS OC-3c/STM-1c Card

Label

Activity

Color

Description

LOS

On

Yellow

This port has been configured and enabled, but is experiencing an LOS.

Off

None

This port is in one of the following states:


  • Has been configured (provisioned) and enabled, and is receiving or transmitting traffic.

  • Has been configured, but is currently disabled.

  • Has not yet been configured.

6.6   4-Port POS OC-12c/STM-4c Card

The 4-port POS OC-12c/STM-4c card functions as a network uplink module in edge routing and BRAS applications. This card is a PPA2-based card and has a minimum memory capacity of 1 GB.

This POS OC-12c/STM-4c card supports PPP, HDLC, FR encapsulations, MDRR, and POS LAG features.

This card is the same size as all other SmartEdge line cards and occupies a single slot in the chassis. This card requires a separate SFP transceiver for each port.

The following types of SFP transceivers are supported on any of the ports:

Table 104    4-Port POS OC-12c/STM-4c Card Specifications

Specification

SR-1

IR-1

General

Number of ports(1)

4

4

Speed

622.08 Mbps

622.08 Mbps

Protection (facility)(2)

  • None

  • 1+1 APS: Bidirectional; revertive or nonrevertive switching

  • None

  • 1+1 APS: Bidirectional; revertive or nonrevertive switching

Interface

Telcordia SONET OC-12 SR -1 / SDH STM S-4

Telcordia SONET OC-12 IR-1 / SDH STM I-4

Link power budget(3)

7.0 dB

12.0 dB

Nominal wavelength

1310 nm

1310 nm

Connector type

LC

LC

Cable type

SMF

SMF

Compliance

SFF-8472 and INF-8074i


Telcordia GR-253, ITU G.957

SFF-8472 and INF-8074i


Telcordia GR-253, ITU G.957

Transmitter

Optical output power

–8.5 dBm (max)


–15.0 dBm (min)

–8.0 dBm (max)


–15.0 dBm (min)

Path penalty

Center wavelength range

1270 to 1360 nm

1270 to 1360 nm

Extinction ratio

8.2 dB (min)

8.2 dB (min)

Side-mode suppression radio

30.0 dB (min)

Spectral width

3.0 nm (max) (RMS)

2.5 nm (max)(4)

Receiver

Wavelength range

1270 to 1580 nm

1270 to 1580 nm

Sensitivity

–23.0 dBm

–28.0 dBm

Overload level

0.0 dBm

0.0 dBm

(1)  Each optical port has separate connectors for the transmit (Tx) and receive (Rx) circuits.

(2)  Protection features for various types of cards and ports depend on the release of the SmartEdge OS; the system supports a mix of protected and unprotected ports.

(3)  The link power budget is calculated using (minimum output power) – (minimum sensitivity) – (optical path power penalty); power penalty is 1.

(4)  Measured 20 dB down from center wavelength.


6.6.1   Status LEDs

Figure 51   Status LEDs on 4-Port POS OC-12c/STM-4c Card

Table 105    Equipment LEDs on 4-Port POS OC-12c/STM-4c Card

Label

Activity

Color

Description

FAIL

On

Red

A failure exists on the card.(1)

Off

None

No failure exists on the card.

ACTIVE

On

Green

This card is in service.

Off

None

This card is either on standby (the STDBY LED is on) or has failed (the FAIL LED is on).

STDBY

On

Yellow

At least one of the ports on this card has been configured as a protection port.(2)

Off

None

None of the ports on this card has been configured as a protection port.

(1)  A failure can be total, partial, or forced. Failure on any part of the card, including failure of any of its ports, results in the FAIL LED being on.

(2)  Protection for cards and ports depends on the release of the SmartEdge OS.


Table 106    Facility LED on 4-Port POS OC-12c/STM-4c Card

Label

Activity

Color

Description

LOS

On

Yellow

This port has been configured and enabled, but is experiencing an LOS.

Off

None

This port is in one of the following states:


  • Has been configured (provisioned) and enabled, and is receiving or transmitting traffic.

  • Has been configured, but is currently disabled.

  • Has not yet been configured.

6.7   4-Port POS OC-48c/STM-16c Card

The 4-port POS OC-48c/STM-16c card functions as a network uplink module in edge routing and BRAS applications. This card is a PPA2-based card and has a minimum memory capacity of 1 GB.

This POS OC-48c/STM-16c card supports PPP, HDLC, FR encapsulations, MDRR, and POS LAG features.

This card is the same size as all other SmartEdge line cards and occupies a single slot in the chassis. This card requires a separate SFP transceiver for each port.

The following types of SFP transceivers are supported on any of the ports:

Table 107    4-Port POS OC-48c/STM-16c Card Specifications

Specification

SR-1

IR-1

LR-2

General

Number of ports(1)

4

4

4

Speed

2488.32 Mbps

2488.32 Mbps

2488.32 Mbps

Protection (facility)(2) (3)

  • None

  • 1+1 APS: Bidirectional; revertive or nonrevertive switching

  • None

  • 1+1 APS: Bidirectional; revertive or nonrevertive switching

  • None

  • 1+1 APS: Bidirectional; revertive or nonrevertive switching

Interface

Telcordia SONET OC-48 SR-1 / SDH STM S-16

Telcordia SONET OC-48 IR-1 / SDH STM I-16

Telcordia SONET OC-48 LR-2 / SDH STM L-16.2

Link power budget(4)

7.0 dB

12.0 dB

25.0 dB

Nominal wavelength

1310 nm

1310 nm

1550 nm

Connector type

LC

LC

LC

Cable type

SMF

SMF

SMF

Compliance

SFF-8472 and INF-8074i


Telcordia GR-253, ITU G.957

SFF-8472 and INF-8074i


Telcordia GR-253, ITU G.957

SFF-8472 and INF-8074i


Telcordia GR-253, ITU G.957

Transmitter

Optical output power

–3.0 dBm (max)


–10.0 dBm (min)

0.0 dBm (max)


–5.0 dBm (min)

3.0 dBm (max)


–2.0 dBm (min)

Path penalty

2.0 dB (max)

Center wavelength range

1270 to 1360 nm

1270 to 1360 nm

1500 to 1580 nm

Extinction ratio

8.2 dB (min)

8.2 dB (min)

8.2 dB (min)

Side-mode suppression radio

30.0 dB (min)

30.0 dB (min)

Spectral width

4.0 nm (max) (RMS)

1.0 nm (max)(5)

1.0 nm (max) (5)

Receiver

Wavelength range

1270 to 1580 nm

1270 to 1580 nm

1500 to 1580 nm

Sensitivity

–18.0 dBm

–18.0 dBm

–28.0 dBm

Overload level

–3.0 dBm

0.0 dBm

–9.0 dBm

Optical reflectance

–14.0 dB (max)

–27.0 dB (max)

–27.0 dB (max)

(1)  Each optical port has separate connectors for the transmit (Tx) and receive (Rx) circuits.

(2)  Protection features for various types of cards and ports depend on the release of the SmartEdge OS; the system supports a mix of protected and unprotected ports.

(3)  POS APS is not supported on the 4-port POS OC-48c/STM-16c card.

(4)  The link power budget is calculated using (minimum output power) – (minimum sensitivity) – (optical path power penalty); power penalty is 1.

(5)  Measured 20 dB down from center wavelength.


6.7.1   Status LEDs

Figure 52   Status LEDs on 4-Port POS OC-48c/STM-16c Card

Table 108    Equipment LEDs on 4-Port POS OC-48c/STM-16c Card

Label

Activity

Color

Description

FAIL

On

Red

A failure exists on the card.(1)

Off

None

No failure exists on the card.

ACTIVE

On

Green

This card is in service.

Off

None

This card is either on standby (the STDBY LED is on) or has failed (the FAIL LED is on).

STDBY

On

Yellow

At least one of the ports on this card has been configured as a protection port.(2)

Off

None

None of the ports on this card has been configured as a protection port.

(1)  A failure can be total, partial, or forced. Failure on any part of the card, including failure of any of its ports, results in the FAIL LED being on.

(2)  Protection for cards and ports depends on the release of the SmartEdge OS.


Table 109    Facility LED on 4-Port POS OC-48c/STM-16c Card

Label

Activity

Color

Description

LOS

On

Yellow

This port has been configured and enabled, but is experiencing an LOS.

Off

None

This port is in one of the following states:


  • Has been configured (provisioned) and enabled, and is receiving or transmitting traffic.

  • Has been configured, but is currently disabled.

  • Has not yet been configured.

6.8   1-Port OC-192c/STM-64c Card

The 1-port OC-192c/STM-64c card provides a single 9.9-Gbps SONET/SDH port and can be used as either an optical line or optical trunk interface.

The OC-192c/STM-64c card supports PPP, HDLC, and FR encapsulations. It also supports a frame size of up to 9,600 bytes.

This card is the same size as all other SmartEdge line cards and occupies a single slot in the chassis. The following types of 10-Gbps XFP transceivers are supported on any of the ports:

Table 110    1-Port OC-192c/STM-64c Card Specifications

Specification

SR-1

IR-2

LR-2

Number of ports(1)

1

1

1

Speed(2)

9.95 Gbps

9.95 Gbps

9.95 Gbps

Protection

None

None

None

Interface

SONET/SDH 10GE interface

ITU-T/S-64.2b

ITU-T/P1L1-2D2

Transceiver type

XFP

XFP

XFP

Compliance

ITU G.693 GR-253 SR-1 GR-1377-CORE

GR-253 IR-2 GR-1377-CORE

ITU G.959.1 P1L1-2D2, GR-253 LR-2b GR-1377-CORE

(1)  The port has separate connectors for the transmit (Tx) and receive (Rx) circuits.

(2)  The speed of the Ethernet XFPs is 10.3125 Gbps and OC-192 XFP is 9.95 Gbps.


6.8.1   Status LEDs

Figure 53   Status LEDs on 1-Port OC-192c/STM-64c Card

Table 111    Equipment LEDs on 1-Port OC-192c/STM-64c Card

Label

Activity

Color

Description

FAIL

On

Red

A failure exists on the card.(1)

Off

None

No failure exists on the card.

ACTIVE

On

Green

This card is in service.

Off

None

This card is either on standby (the STDBY LED is on) or has failed (the FAIL LED is on).

STDBY

On

Yellow

At least one of the ports on this card has been configured as a protection port.(2)

Off

None

None of the ports on this card has been configured as a protection port.

(1)  A failure can be total, partial, or forced. Failure on any part of the card, including failure of any of its ports, results in the FAIL LED being on.

(2)  Protection for cards and ports depends on the release of the SmartEdge OS.


Table 112    Facility LED on 1-Port OC-192c/STM-64c Card

Label

Activity

Color

Description

LOS

On

Yellow

This port has been configured and enabled, but is experiencing a LOS.

Off

None

This port is in one of the following states:


  • Has been configured (provisioned) and enabled, and is receiving or transmitting traffic.

  • Has been configured, but is currently disabled.

  • Has not yet been configured.

6.9   12-Port 10/100 Ethernet Card

The 12-port 10/100 Ethernet card provides 12 copper-based 10Base-T or 100Base-TX ports with individually selectable speeds of 10 Mbps or 100 Mbps.

This card is the same size as all other SmartEdge line cards and occupies a single slot in the chassis.

Table 113    12-Port 10/100 Ethernet Card Specifications

Specification

10/100

Number of ports

12

Speed

10 or 100 Mbps (user selectable, auto-sensing)

Protection

None

Protocol

10 Mbps: 10Base-T


100 Mbps: 100Base-TX

Line code

10 Mbps: Manchester coding


100 Mbps: MLT-3

Flow control negotiation

No

Interface

Electrical

Impedance

100 ohms

Connector type

RJ-45

Cable type(1)

2 pair, Category 5 shielded-twisted pair

Compliance

IEEE 802.3, 802.3u

(1)  The shielded cable must be grounded at both ends.


6.9.1   Status LEDs

Figure 54   Status LEDs on 12-Port 10/100 Ethernet Card

Table 114    Equipment LEDs on 12-Port 10/100TX Ethernet Card

Label

Activity

Color

Description

FAIL

On

Red

A failure exists on the card.(1)

Off

None

No failure exists on the card.

ACTIVE

On

Green

This card is in service.

Off

None

This card has failed (the FAIL LED is on).

(1)  A failure can be total, partial, or forced. Failure on any part of the card, including failure of any of its ports, results in the FAIL LED being on.


Table 115    Facility LEDs on 12-Port 10/100TX Ethernet Card

Label

Activity

Color

Description

LNK

On

Green

The link is up.

Blinking

Green

The link is up and active.

Off

None

The link is down.

SPD

On

Yellow

The link is operating at 100 Mbps.

Off

None

The link is operating at 10 Mbps.

6.10   60-Port Fast Ethernet Card

The 60-port Fast Ethernet (FE) card, which provides 60 FE ports and two Gigabit Ethernet (GE) ports, is also referred to as the FE–GE card. The FE ports are copper-based 10Base-T or 100Base-TX with selectable speeds of 10 Mbps or 100 Mbps, and the GE ports are copper-based 1000Base-TX with selectable speeds of 100 or 1000 Mbps.

This card is the same size as all other SmartEdge line cards and occupies a single slot in the chassis.

Table 116    60-Port Fast Ethernet Card Specifications

Specification

Value

Number of ports

60 10/100; 2 10/1000

Speed

10, 100, or 1000 Mbps (user selectable, 100 Mbps is auto-sensing)

Protection

None

Protocol

10 Mbps: 10Base-T


100 Mbps: 100Base-TX


1000 Mbps: 1000Base-TX

Line code

10 Mbps: Manchester coding


100 Mbps: MLT-3


1000 Mbps: PAM-5

Flow control negotiation

Yes

Interface

Electrical

Impedance

100 ohms

Connector type

MRJ21(1), RJ-45

Cable type(2)

2 pair, Category 5 shielded-twisted pair

Compliance

IEEE 802.3, 802.3u

(1)  In addition to RJ-45 connectors for the GE ports, the FE–GE card has 5 MRJ21 connectors, each of which supports 12 FE ports; the MRJ21 breakout cable has RJ-45 connectors for the individual ports.

(2)  The shielded cable must be grounded at both ends.


6.10.1   Status LEDs

Figure 55   Status LEDs on 60-Port Fast Ethernet Card

Table 117    Equipment LEDs on 60-Port Fast Ethernet Card

Label

Activity

Color

Description

FAIL

On

Red

A failure exists on the card.(1)

Off

None

No failure exists on the card.

ACTIVE

On

Green

This card is in service.

Off

None

This card has failed (the FAIL LED is on).

(1)  A failure can be total, partial, or forced. Failure on any part of the card, including failure of any of its ports, results in the FAIL LED being on.


Table 118    Facility LEDs for 10/100 Ports on 60-Port Fast Ethernet Card

Label

Activity

Color

Description

01 – 12

On

Yellow

This port is operating at 10 Mbps; the link is up.

Blinking

Yellow

This port is operating at 10 Mbps; the link is up and active.

On

Green

This port is operating at 100 Mbps; the link is up.

Blinking

Green

This port is operating at 100 Mbps; the link is up and active.

Off

None

This port is not configured (no link), no activity exists, or the link is down.

01 – 12


13 – 24


25 – 36


37 – 48


49 – 60

On

Green

The connector for these ports is selected (using the push button at the bottom of the front panel).

Off

None

The connector for these ports is not selected.

Because of the number of 10/100 ports on the 60-port Fast Ethernet card, facility LEDs on those ports are organized differently. Each 10/100 port is identified by two LEDs:

Table 119    Facility LEDs for 100/1000 Ports on 60-Port Fast Ethernet Card

Label

Activity

Color

Description

LNK ACT

On

Green

The link is present and active.

On

Blinking

The link is transmitting and receiving frames.

Off

None

The link has no active frame.

SPD

On

Yellow

The link is operating at 100 Mbps.

On

Green

The link is operating at 1000 Mbps.

Off

None

The link is operating at 10 Mbps.

6.11   4-Port Gigabit Ethernet Card

The 4-port Gigabit Ethernet card is the first version of the Gigabit Ethernet card. This 4-port GE card provides two out of four optical Ethernet ports and supports 256 MB for each Packet Processing ASIC (PPA) on the card.

This card is the same size as all other SmartEdge line cards and occupies a single slot in the chassis. The following types of GBIC transceivers are supported on any of the ports:

Either card can have any combination of the listed types of GBIC transceivers installed.


 Caution! 
Risk of data loss. You can corrupt the system if you attempt to install transceivers (GBICs, SFPs, or XFPs) that are not purchased from Ericsson because these items have not been tested with the SmartEdge router. To reduce the risk, install only the transceivers purchased from Ericsson.
Table 120    4-Port Gigabit Ethernet Card Specifications

Specification

SX

LX

LX70

TX(1)

Number of ports(2)

2

2

2

2

Speed

1 Gbps

1 Gbps

1 Gbps

1 Gbps

Protection

None

None

None

None

Interface

1000Base-SX

1000Base-LX

1000Base-LX70

1000Base-TX

Line code

8B/10B

8B/10B

8B/10B

PAM-5

Flow control negotiation(3)

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Transceiver type

GBIC

GBIC

GBIC

GBIC

Compliance

IEEE 802.3, 802.3z

IEEE 802.3, 802.3z

IEEE 802.3, 802.3z

IEEE 802.3, 802.3ab, 802.3z

(1)  The TX GBIC transceiver does not comply with the Network Equipment Building Standards (NEBS) electrostatic discharge (ESD) requirement.

(2)  Each optical port has separate connectors for the transmit (Tx) and receive (Rx) circuits.

(3)  The extent of the support for flow control depends on the release of the SmartEdge OS.


6.11.1   Status LEDs

Figure 56   Status LEDs on 4-Port Gigabit Ethernet Card

Table 121    Equipment LEDs on 4-Port Gigabit Ethernet Card

Label

Activity

Color

Description

FAIL

On

Red

A failure exists on the card.(1)

Off

None

No failure exists on the card.

ACTIVE

On

Green

This card is in service.

Off

None

This card has failed (the FAIL LED is on).

(1)  A failure can be total, partial, or forced. Failure on any part of the card, including failure of any of its ports, results in the FAIL LED being on.


Table 122    Facility LEDs on 4-Port Gigabit Ethernet Card

Label

Activity

Color

Description

ACT

On

Yellow

The link is transmitting or receiving frames.

Off

None

The link has no active frame.

LNK

On

Green

The link is up.

Off

None

The link is down.

6.12   4-Port Advanced Gigabit Ethernet Card

The 4-port Advanced Gigabit Ethernet card is the second version of the Gigabit Ethernet card. This Advanced Gigabit Ethernet card provides four optical Ethernet ports and supports 512 MB for each PPA.

This card is the same size as all other SmartEdge line cards and occupies a single slot in the chassis. The following types of GBIC transceivers are supported on any of the ports:

Either card can have any combination of the listed types of GBIC transceivers installed.


 Caution! 
Risk of data loss. You can corrupt the system if you attempt to install transceivers (GBICs, SFPs, or XFPs) that are not purchased from Ericsson because these items have not been tested with the SmartEdge router. To reduce the risk, install only the transceivers purchased from Ericsson.
Table 123    4-Port Advanced Gigabit Ethernet Card Specifications

Specification

SX

LX

LX70

TX(1)

Number of ports(2)

2 or 4

2 or 4

2 or 4

2 or 4

Speed

1 Gbps

1 Gbps

1 Gbps

1 Gbps

Protection

None

None

None

None

Interface

1000Base-SX

1000Base-LX

1000Base-LX70

1000Base-TX

Line code

8B/10B

8B/10B

8B/10B

PAM-5

Flow control negotiation(3)

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Transceiver type

GBIC

GBIC

GBIC

GBIC

Compliance

IEEE 802.3, 802.3z

IEEE 802.3, 802.3z

IEEE 802.3, 802.3z

IEEE 802.3, 802.3ab, 802.3z

(1)  The TX GBIC transceiver does not comply with the Network Equipment Building Standards (NEBS) electrostatic discharge (ESD) requirement.

(2)  Each optical port has separate connectors for the transmit (Tx) and receive (Rx) circuits.

(3)  The extent of the support for flow control depends on the release of the SmartEdge OS.


6.12.1   Status LEDs

Figure 57   Status LEDs on 4-Port Advanced Gigabit Ethernet Card

Table 124    Equipment LEDs on 4-Port Advanced Gigabit Ethernet Card

Label

Activity

Color

Description

FAIL

On

Red

A failure exists on the card.(1)

Off

None

No failure exists on the card.

ACTIVE

On

Green

This card is in service.

Off

None

This card has failed (the FAIL LED is on).

(1)  A failure can be total, partial, or forced. Failure on any part of the card, including failure of any of its ports, results in the FAIL LED being on.


Table 125    Facility LEDs on 4-Port Advanced Gigabit Ethernet Card

Label

Activity

Color

Description

ACT

On

Yellow

The link is transmitting or receiving frames.

Off

None

The link has no active frame.

LNK

On

Green

The link is up.

Off

None

The link is down.

6.13   4-Port Gigabit Ethernet 3 Card

The 4-port Gigabit Ethernet 3 Card (GE3) card is the third version of the 4-port GE3 card. It is designed for traffic management by using the second generation of the PPAs, each of which supports 1 GB of memory and can process data internally at a much higher rate than the PPAs on the first and second versions of the GE card.

This card is the same size as all other SmartEdge line cards and occupies a single slot in the chassis. The following types of SFP optical transceivers are supported on any of the ports:

Table 126    4-Port GE3 Card Specifications (CWDM- and DWDM-Based)

Specification(1)

CWDM

DWDM

Number of ports(2)

4

4

Speed

1 Gbps

1 Gbps

Protection

None

None

Interface

1000Base-CWDMnnnn(3)

1000Base-DWDMITUnn(4)

Line code

8B/10B

8B/10B

Flow control negotiation(5)

Yes

Yes

Transceiver type

SFP

SFP

Compliance

ITU G.694.2

ITU G.694.1

(1)  Data for coarse wavelength-division multiplexing (CWDM) and dense wavelength-division multiplexing (DWDM) transceivers can vary slightly, depending on the manufacturer.

(2)  Each optical port has separate connectors for the transmit (Tx) and receive (Rx) circuits.

(3)  CWDM nominal wavelengths are 1471, 1491, 1511, 1531, 1551, 1571, 1591, and 1611; specified in ITU G.694.2.

(4)  The range of DWDM ITU channels is 17 to 60; smeye the frequency and wavelength of each ITU channel; specified in ITU G.694.1.

(5)  The extent of the support for flow control depends on the release of the SmartEdge OS.


6.13.1   Status LEDs

Figure 58   Status LEDs on 4-Port GE3 Card

Table 127    Equipment LEDs on 4-Port GE3 Card

Label

Activity

Color

Description

FAIL

On

Red

A failure exists on the card.(1)

Off

None

No failure exists on the card.

ACTIVE

On

Green

This card is in service.

Off

None

This card has failed (the FAIL LED is on).

(1)  A failure can be total, partial, or forced. Failure on any part of the card, including failure of any of its ports, results in the FAIL LED being on.


Table 128    Facility LEDs on 4-Port GE3 Card

Label

Activity

Color

Description

ACT

On

Yellow

The link is transmitting or receiving frames.

Off

None

The link has no active frame.

LNK

On

Green

The link is up.

Off

None

The link is down.

6.14   10-Port Gigabit Ethernet 1020 Card

The 10-port Gigabit Ethernet 1020 (GE1020) card is designed for traffic management by using the second generation of the PPAs, each of which supports 1 GB of memory and can process data internally to match the speed of the ports. This GE1020 card provides 10 optical ports, each of which runs at 1 Gbps.

This card is the same size as all other SmartEdge line cards and occupies a single slot in the chassis. The following types of SFP optical transceivers are supported on any of the ports:

Table 129    10-Port GE1020 Card Specifications

Specification

SX

LX

ZX

TX

Number of ports(1)

10

10

10

10(2)

Speed

1 Gbps

1 Gbps

1 Gbps

1 Gbps

Protection

None

None

None

None

Interface

1000Base-SX

1000Base-LX

1000Base-ZX

1000Base-TX

Line code

8B/10B

8B/10B

8B/10B

PAM-5

Flow control negotiation(3)

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Transceiver type

SFP

SFP

SFP

SFP

Compliance

IEEE 802.3, 802.3z

IEEE 802.3, 802.3z

IEEE 802.3, 802.3ab, 802.3z

(1)  Each optical port has separate connectors for the transmit (Tx) and receive (Rx) circuits.

(2)  A maximum of 10 SFP-TX transceivers can be inserted into a 20-port Gigabit Ethernet card.

(3)  The extent of the support for flow control depends on the release of the SmartEdge OS.


Table 130    10-Port GE1020 Card Specifications (CWDM- and DWDM-Based)

Specification

CWDM

DWDM

Number of ports(1)

10

10

Speed

1 Gbps

1 Gbps

Protection

None

None

Interface

1000Base-CWDMnnnn(2)

1000Base-DWDMITUnn(3)

Line code

8B/10B

8B/10B

Flow control negotiation(4)

Yes

Yes

Transceiver type

SFP

SFP

Compliance

ITU-T G.694.2

ITU-T G.694.1

(1)  Each optical port has separate connectors for the transmit (Tx) and receive (Rx) circuits.

(2)  CWDM nominal wavelengths are 1471, 1491, 1511, 1531, 1551, 1571, 1591, and 1611; specified in ITU G.694.2.

(3)  The range of DWDM ITU channels is 17 to 60; see the ITU DWDM Transmit Frequencies and Wavelengths table for the frequency and wavelength of each ITU channel; specified in ITU G.694.1.

(4)  The extent of the support for flow control depends on the release of the SmartEdge OS.


6.14.1   Status LEDs

Figure 59   Status LEDs on 10-Port Gigabit Ethernet 1020 Card

Table 131    Equipment LEDs on 10-Port Gigabit Ethernet 1020 Card

Label

Activity

Color

Description

FAIL

On

Red

A failure exists on the card.(1)

Off

None

No failure exists on the card.

ACTIVE

On

Green

This card is in service.

Off

None

This card has failed (the FAIL LED is on).

(1)  A failure can be total, partial, or forced. Failure on any part of the card, including failure of any of its ports, results in the FAIL LED being on.


Table 132    Facility LEDs on 10-Port Gigabit Ethernet 1020 Card

Label

Activity

Color

Description

ACT

On

Yellow

The link is transmitting or receiving frames.

Off

None

The link has no active frame.

LNK

On

Green

The link is up.

Off

None

The link is down.

6.15   20-Port Gigabit Ethernet 1020 Card

The 20-port Gigabit Ethernet 1020 (GE1020) card is designed for traffic management by using the second generation of the PPAs, each of which supports 1 GB of memory and can process data internally to match the speed of the ports. This GE1020 card provides 20 optical ports, each of which runs at 1 Gbps.

This card is bigger than all other SmartEdge line cards and occupies two adjacent slots in the chassis. The following types of SFP optical transceivers are supported on any of the ports:

Table 133    20-Port Gigabit Ethernet 1020 Card Specifications

Specification

SX

LX

ZX

TX

Number of ports(1)

20

20

20

20

Speed

1 Gbps

1 Gbps

1 Gbps

1 Gbps

Protection

None

None

None

None

Interface

1000Base-SX

1000Base-LX

1000Base-ZX

1000Base-TX

Line code

8B/10B

8B/10B

8B/10B

PAM-5

Flow control negotiation(2)

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Transceiver type(3)

SFP

SFP

SFP

SFP

Compliance

IEEE 802.3, 802.3z

IEEE 802.3, 802.3z

IEEE 802.3, 802.3ab, 802.3z

(1)  Each optical port has separate connectors for the transmit (Tx) and receive (Rx) circuits.

(2)  The extent of the support for flow control depends on the release of the SmartEdge OS.

(3)  The 20-port GE1020 card requires two adjacent slots for the SFP transceivers.


Table 134    20-Port Gigabit Ethernet 1020 Card Specifications (CWDM- and DWDM-Based)

Specification

CWDM

DWDM

Number of ports(1)

20

20

Speed

1 Gbps

1 Gbps

Protection

None

None

Interface

1000Base-CWDMnnnn(2)

1000Base-DWDMITUnn(3)

Line code

8B/10B

8B/10B

Flow control negotiation(4)

Yes

Yes

Transceiver type(5)

SFP

SFP

Compliance

ITU-T G.694.2

ITU-T G.694.1

(1)  Each optical port has separate connectors for the transmit (Tx) and receive (Rx) circuits.

(2)  CWDM nominal wavelengths are 1471, 1491, 1511, 1531, 1551, 1571, 1591, and 1611; specified in ITU G.694.2.

(3)  The range of DWDM ITU channels is 17 to 60; see the ITU DWDM Transmit Frequencies and Wavelengths table for the frequency and wavelength of each ITU channel; specified in ITU G.694.1.

(4)  The extent of the support for flow control depends on the release of the SmartEdge OS.

(5)  The 20-port GE1020 card requires two adjacent slots for the SFP transceivers.


6.15.1   Status LEDs

Figure 60   Status LEDs on 20-Port Gigabit Ethernet 1020 Card

Table 135    Equipment LEDs on 20-Port Gigabit Ethernet 1020 Card

Label

Activity

Color

Description

FAIL

On

Red

A failure exists on the card.(1)

Off

None

No failure exists on the card.

ACTIVE

On

Green

This card is in service.

Off

None

This card has failed (the FAIL LED is on).

(1)  A failure can be total, partial, or forced. Failure on any part of the card, including failure of any of its ports, results in the FAIL LED being on.


Table 136    Facility LEDs on 20-Port Gigabit Ethernet 1020 Card

Label

Activity

Color

Description

ACT

On

Yellow

The link is transmitting or receiving frames.

Off

None

The link has no active frame.

LNK

On

Green

The link is up.

Off

None

The link is down.

6.16   5-Port Gigabit Ethernet Card

The 5-port Gigabit Ethernet card is designed for traffic management with the second generation of the PPAs, each of which supports 1 GB of memory and can process data internally at a much higher rate than the PPAs on the first and second versions of the Gigabit Ethernet card.

This card is the same size as all other SmartEdge line cards and occupies a single slot in the chassis. The following types of SFP optical transceivers are supported on any of the ports:

Table 137    5-Port Gigabit Ethernet Card Specifications

Specification

SX

LX

ZX

TX

Number of ports(1)

5

5

5

5

Speed

1 Gbps

1 Gbps

1 Gbps

1 Gbps

Protection

None

None

None

None

Interface

1000Base-SX

1000Base-LX

1000Base-ZX

1000Base-TX

Line code

8B/10B

8B/10B

8B/10B

PAM-5

Flow control negotiation(2)

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Transceiver type

SFP

SFP

SFP

SFP

Compliance

IEEE 802.3, 802.3z

IEEE 802.3, 802.3z

IEEE 802.3, 802.3ab, 802.3z

(1)  Each optical port has separate connectors for the transmit (Tx) and receive (Rx) circuits.

(2)  The extent of the support for flow control depends on the release of the SmartEdge OS.


Table 138    5-Port Gigabit Ethernet Card Specifications (CWDM- and DWDM-Based)

Specification(1)

CWDM

DWDM

Number of ports(2)

5

5

Speed

1 Gbps

1 Gbps

Protection

None

None

Interface

1000Base-CWDMnnnn(3)

1000Base-DWDMITUnn(4)

Line code

8B/10B

8B/10B

Flow control negotiation(5)

Yes

Yes

Transceiver type

SFP

SFP

Compliance

ITU G.694.2

ITU G.694.1

(1)  Data for coarse wavelength-division multiplexing (CWDM) and dense wavelength-division multiplexing (DWDM) transceivers can vary slightly, depending on the manufacturer.

(2)  Each optical port has separate connectors for the transmit (Tx) and receive (Rx) circuits.

(3)  CWDM nominal wavelengths are 1471, 1491, 1511, 1531, 1551, 1571, 1591, and 1611; specified in ITU G.694.2.

(4)  The range of DWDM ITU channels is 17 to 60; see the ITU DWDM Transmit Frequencies and Wavelengths table for the frequency and wavelength of each ITU channel; specified in ITU G.694.1.

(5)  The extent of the support for flow control depends on the release of the SmartEdge OS.


Table 139    ITU DWDM Transmit Frequencies and Wavelengths

ITU

Frequency (THz)

Wavelength (nm)

 

ITU

Frequency (THz)

Wavelength (nm)

17

191.7

1563.863

 

39

193.9

1546.119

18

191.8

1563.047

 

40

194.0

1545.322

19

191.9

1562.233

 

41

194.1

1544.526

20

192.0

1561.419

 

42

194.2

1543.730

21

192.1

1560.606

 

43

194.3

1542.936

22

192.2

1559.794

 

44

194.4

1542.142

23

192.3

1558.983

 

45

194.5

1541.349

24

192.4

1558.173

 

46

194.6

1540.557

25

192.5

1557.363

 

47

194.7

1539.766

26

192.6

1556.555

 

48

194.8

1538.976

27

192.7

1555.747

 

49

194.9

1538.186

28

192.8

1554.940

 

50

195.0

1537.397

29

192.9

1554.134

 

51

195.1

1536.609

30

193.0

1553.329

 

52

195.2

1535.822

31

193.1

1552.524

 

53

195.3

1535.036

32

193.2

1551.721

 

54

195.4

1534.250

33

193.3

1550.918

 

55

195.5

1533.465

34

193.4

1550.116

 

56

195.6

1532.681

35

193.5

1549.315

 

57

195.7

1531.898

36

193.6

1548.515

 

58

195.8

1531.116

37

193.7

1547.715

 

59

195.9

1530.334

38

193.8

1546.917

 

60

196.0

1529.553

6.16.1   Status LEDs

Figure 61   LEDs on 5-Port Gigabit Ethernet Card

Table 140    Equipment LEDs on 5-Port Gigabit Ethernet Card

Label

Activity

Color

Description

FAIL

On

Red

A failure exists on the card.(1)

Off

None

No failure exists on the card.

ACTIVE

On

Green

This card is in service.

Off

None

This card has failed (the FAIL LED is on).

(1)  A failure can be total, partial, or forced. Failure on any part of the card, including failure of any of its ports, results in the FAIL LED being on.


Table 141    Facility LEDs on 5-Port Gigabit Ethernet Card

Label

Activity

Color

Description

ACT

On

Yellow

The link is transmitting or receiving frames.

Off

None

The link has no active frame.

LNK

On

Green

The link is up.

Off

None

The link is down.

6.17   20-Port Gigabit Ethernet Card

The 20-port Gigabit Ethernet (GE) card is designed to be used as a subscriber-facing module and as well as a network uplink module. This card is based on the third generation of the PPAs and has increased memory capacity with a maximum throughput of 20 Gbps and increased port density compared with previous GE cards. It supports up to 48K circuits per card.

This card is the same size as all other SmartEdge line cards and occupies a single slot in the chassis. The following types of SFP optical transceivers are supported on any of the ports:


 Caution! 
Risk of data loss. You can corrupt the system if you attempt to install transceivers (GBICs, SFPs, or XFPs) that are not purchased from Ericsson because these items have not been tested with the SmartEdge router. To reduce the risk, install only the transceivers purchased from Ericsson.
Table 142    20-Port Gigabit Ethernet Card Specifications (100Base-FX)

Specification(1)

FX

Interface

100Base-FX

Link power budget(2)

13.5 dB

Nominal wavelength

1310 nm

Connector type

LC

Cable type

MMF

Compliance

SFF-8472 and INF-8074i

Transmitter

Optical output power

–19.0 dBm (min)


–14.0 dBm (max)

Center wavelength range

1270 to 1380 nm

Extinction ratio

10.0 dB (min)

Center wavelength

1310 nm

Spectral width (RMS)(3)

140.0 nm (max)

Receiver

Wavelength range(4)

1270 to 1380 nm

Sensitivity

–32.5 dBm (min)


–14.0 dBm (max)

Overload level

0.0 dBm (max)

(1)  To display static transceiver data, enter the show hardware command (in any mode) with the card and detail keywords, or, for dynamic data, enter the show port command (in any mode) with the detail keyword. Measured or reported values may meet or exceed performance parameters that are specified in this table.

(2)  Link power budget is calculated using (minimum output power) – (minimum sensitivity).

(3)  Root mean square (RMS) value.

(4)  Receiver sensitivity is degraded 1.0 dB for wavelengths Š 1570 nm.


Table 143    20-Port Gigabit Ethernet Card SFP Specifications (1000Base-SX, LX, ZX, and TX)

Specification

SX

LX

ZX

TX(1) (2)

Number of ports(3)

20

20

20

20

Speed

1 Gbps

1 Gbps

1 Gbps

1 Gbps

Protection

None

None

None

None

Interface

1000Base-SX

1000Base-LX

1000Base-ZX

1000Base-TX

Line code

8B/10B

8B/10B

8B/10B

PAM-5

Flow control negotiation(4)

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Transceiver type

SFP

SFP

SFP

SFP

Compliance

IEEE 802.3, 802.3z

IEEE 802.3, 802.3z

IEEE 802.3, 802.3ab, 802.3z

(1)  When this 1000Base-TX SFP transceiver is used in the 20x1GE card, a maximum of 10 transceivers can be inserted into the card. These transceivers are inserted into the card such that only one port from each of the following slot pairs is populated: 1-11, 2-12, 3-13, 4-14, 5-15, 6-16, 7-17, 8-18, 9-19, and 10-20. If both ports in a slot pair are populated, the SFP cages of the line card can be damaged.

(2)  Because the TX SFP is larger than a standard SFP, you cannot insert two TX SFPs side by side on the 20-port GE line card.

(3)  Each optical port has separate connectors for the transmit (Tx) and receive (Rx) circuits.

(4)  The extent of the support for flow control depends on the release of the SmartEdge OS.


Table 144    20-Port Gigabit Ethernet Card Specifications (1000Base-CWDM and DWDM)

Specification(1)

CWDM

DWDM

Number of ports(2)

20

20

Speed

1 Gbps

1 Gbps

Protection

None

None

Interface

1000Base-CWDMnnnn(3)

1000Base-DWDMITUnn(4)

Line code

8B/10B

8B/10B

Flow control negotiation(5)

Yes

Yes

Transceiver type

SFP

SFP

Compliance

ITU G.694.2

ITU G.694.1

(1)  Data for coarse wavelength-division multiplexing (CWDM) and dense wavelength-division multiplexing (DWDM) transceivers can vary slightly, depending on the manufacturer.

(2)  Each optical port has separate connectors for the transmit (Tx) and receive (Rx) circuits.

(3)  CWDM nominal wavelengths are 1471, 1491, 1511, 1531, 1551, 1571, 1591, and 1611; specified in ITU G.694.2.

(4)  The range of DWDM ITU channels is 17 to 60; see the ITU DWDM Transmit Frequencies and Wavelengths” table for the frequency and wavelength of each ITU channel; specified in ITU G.694.1.

(5)  The extent of the support for flow control depends on the release of the SmartEdge OS.


6.17.1   Status LEDs

Figure 62   LEDS on 20-Port Gigabit Ethernet Card

In addition to the LEDs, the 20-port GE card also has a push button and a 2-digit port number display on its faceplate:

The equipment LEDs indicate the current status of the card and port status LEDs indicate the state of a port.

Table 145    LINK LEDs on 20-Port Gigabit Ethernet

Label

Activity

Color

Description

FAIL

On

Red

A failure exists on the card.(1)

Off

None

No failure exists on the card.

ACTIVE

On

Green

This card is in service.

Off

None

This card has failed (the FAIL LED is on).

(1)  A failure can be total, partial, or forced. Failure on any part of the card, including failure of any of its ports, results in the FAIL LED being on.


Table 146    Facility LEDs on 20-Port Gigabit Ethernet Card

Label

Activity

Color

Description

ACT

On

Yellow

The link is transmitting or receiving frames.

Off

None

The link has no active frame.

LNK

On

Green

The link is up.

Off

None

The link is down.

6.18   1-Port 10 Gigabit Ethernet Card

The 1-port 10 Gigabit Ethernet (1x10GE) card is designed for traffic management by using the second generation of the PPAs, each of which supports 1 GB of memory and can process data internally to match the speed of the port, which runs at 10 Gbps.

The port on this line card can be configured as LAN-PHY at 10320 Mbits/s, or WAN-PHY at 9953.25 Mbits/s.

This card is the same size as all other SmartEdge line cards and occupies a single slot in the chassis. Any of the following types of 10-Gbps XFP transceivers are supported on any of the ports:

Note:  
When ordering the XFP transceivers with 10GE ZR functionality, use part number XFP-OC192-LR2.

Table 147    1-Port 10 Gigabit Ethernet Card XFP Specifications

Specification

SR

LR

ER

ZR(1) (2)

Number of ports(3)

1

1

1

1

Speed(4)

10.3125 Gbps

10.3125 Gbps

10.3125 Gbps

10.3125 Gbps

Protection

None

None

None

None

Interface

10GBase-SR

10GBase-LR

10GBase-ER

10GBase-ZR

Line code

64B/66B

64B/66B

64B/66B

8B/10B

Flow control negotiation(5)

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Transceiver type

XFP

XFP

XFP

XFP

Compliance

IEEE 802.3ae

IEEE 802.3ae

IEEE 802.3ae

(1)  The ZR XFP transceiver is a multi-rate device and can be used in the 10GE line card and the OC-192c/STM-64c LR-2 line card.

(2)  Use part number XFP-OC192-LR2 when ordering the XFP transceivers with 10GE ZR functionality.

(3)  The port has separate connectors for the transmit (Tx) and receive (Rx) circuits.

(4)  The speed of the Ethernet XFPs is 10.3125 Gbps and OC-192 XFP is 9.95 Gbps.

(5)  The extent of the support for flow control depends on the release of the SmartEdge OS.


Table 148    1-Port 10 Gigabit Ethernet DWDM XFP Specifications

Specification

DWDM(1)

Interface

10GE-DWDMITUnn(2) (3)

Link power budget

24 dB

Nominal wavelength

See the ITU DWDM Transmit Frequencies and Wavelengths table for ITU frequency and wavelength data

Connector type

LC

Cable type

SMF

Transceiver type

XFP

Compliance

ITU G.959.1, P1L1-2D2, ITU-T G.698.1, ITU G.694.1, GR-253 LR-2b

Transmitter

Optical output power

0.0 dBm (min) 4.0 dBm (max)

Center wavelength range

See the ITU DWDM Transmit Frequencies and Wavelengths table for ITU frequency and wavelength data

Extinction ratio

8.2 dB (min)

Spectral width

0.3 nm (max)(4)

Receiver

Wavelength range

1270 to 1565 nm

Sensitivity

-24.0 dBm (min)

Overload level

-7.0 dBm

(1)  Data for dense wavelength-division multiplexing (DWDM) XFP transceivers can vary slightly, depending on the manufacturer.

(2)  The range of DWDM ITU channels is 17 to 60; see the ITU DWDM Transmit Frequencies and Wavelengths table for the frequency and wavelength of each ITU channel; specified in ITU G.694.1.

(3)  DWDM XFP transceivers support only five C-Band ITU channels: 35, 36, 37, 53, and 55. See the ITU DWDM Transmit Frequencies and Wavelengths table for the frequency and wavelength of each ITU channel; specified in ITU G.694.1.

(4)  Measured 20 dB down from the center wavelength peak.


6.18.1   Status LEDs

Figure 63   LEDs on 1-Port 10 Gigabit Ethernet Card

Table 149    Equipment LEDs on 1-Port 10 Gigabit Ethernet Card

Label

Activity

Color

Description

FAIL

On

Red

A failure exists on the card.(1)

Off

None

No failure exists on the card.

ACTIVE

On

Green

This card is in service.

Off

None

This card has failed (the FAIL LED is on).

(1)  A failure can be total, partial, or forced. Failure on any part of the card, including failure of any of its ports, results in the FAIL LED being on.


Table 150    Facility LEDs on 1-Port 10 Gigabit Ethernet Card

Label

Activity

Color

Description

ACT

On

Yellow

The link is transmitting or receiving frames.

Off

None

The link has no active frame.

LNK

On

Green

The link is up.

Off

None

The link is down.

6.19   4-Port 10 Gigabit Ethernet Card

The 4-port 10GE line card is designed to address the requirements for applications and services with large volumes of network traffic. Each 4-port 10GE card is optimized to deliver Ethernet services, operates as an uplink to other switches and routers in the network or for interconnectivity between two routers. This card is based on the third generation of the PPAs and has increased port density compared with previous 10GE cards. It supports up to 48K circuits per card. This 4-port 10GE card is capable of a maximum throughput of 20 Gbps. It can be used in ingress oversubscription mode at a maximum of 2 to 1 (40 Gbps over four 10GE faceplate ports; 20 Gbps within the card and across the backplane). Ports on this card can be configured in one of two ingress oversubscription modes for incoming traffic: priority-based packet discard for traffic from trusted networks and random-based packet discard from unfiltered nontrusted networks.

To allow for optimal operation in cases of ingress oversubscription, generation of Ethernet PAUSE frames for receive flow control purposes is automatically disabled for all ports on a 4-port 10GE card whenever three or more ports on the same card are placed in operation using the no shutdown command.

For more information on the flow-control CLI configuration command description, see related documentation at https://ebusiness.ericsson.net.

This card is the same size as all other SmartEdge line cards and occupies a single slot in the chassis. The following types of 10-Gbps XFP transceivers are supported on any of the ports:

Note:  
When ordering the XFP transceivers with 10GE ZR functionality, use part number XFP-OC192-LR2.

Table 151    4-Port 10 Gigabit Ethernet XFP Specifications (10GE-Base SR, LR, ER, and ZR)

Specification

SR

LR

ER

ZR(1) (2)

Number of ports(3)

4

4

4

4

Speed(4)

10.3125 Gbps

10.3125 Gbps

10.3125 Gbps

10.3125 Gbps

Protection

None

None

None

None

Interface

10GBase-SR

10GBase-LR

10GBase-ER

10GBase-ZR

Line code

64B/66B

64B/66B

64B/66B

8B/10B

Flow control negotiation(5)

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Transceiver type

XFP

XFP

XFP

XFP

Compliance

IEEE 802.3ae

IEEE 802.3ae

IEEE 802.3ae

(1)  The ZR XFP transceiver is a multi-rate device and can be used in the 10GE line card and the OC-192c/STM-64c LR-2 line card.

(2)  Use part number XFP-OC192-LR2 when ordering the XFP transceivers with 10GE ZR functionality.

(3)  The port has separate connectors for the transmit (Tx) and receive (Rx) circuits.

(4)  The speed of the Ethernet XFPs is 10.3125 Gbps and OC-192 XFP is 9.95 Gbps.

(5)  The extent of the support for flow control depends on the release of the SmartEdge OS.


Table 152    4-Port 10 Gigabit Ethernet Card DWDM XFP Specifications

Specification

DWDM(1)

Interface

10GE-DWDMITUnn(2) (3)

Link power budget

24 dB

Nominal wavelength

See the ITU DWDM Transmit Frequencies and Wavelengths table for ITU frequency and wavelength data

Connector type

LC

Cable type

SMF

Transceiver type

XFP

Compliance

ITU G.959.1, P1L1-2D2, ITU-T G.698.1, ITU G.694.1, GR-253 LR-2b

Transmitter

Optical output power

0.0 dBm (min) 4.0 dBm (max)

Center wavelength range

See the ITU DWDM Transmit Frequencies and Wavelengths table for ITU frequency and wavelength data

Extinction ratio

8.2 dB (min)

Spectral width

0.3 nm (min)(4)

Receiver

Wavelength range

1270 to 1565 nm

Sensitivity

-24.0 dBm (min)

Overload level

-7.0 dBm

(1)  Data for dense wavelength-division multiplexing (DWDM) XFP transceivers can vary slightly, depending on the manufacturer.

(2)  The range of DWDM ITU channels is 17 to 60; see the ITU DWDM Transmit Frequencies and Wavelengths table for the frequency and wavelength of each ITU channel; specified in ITU G.694.1.

(3)  In Releases 6.1.4.1 and 6.1.5.1, DWDM XFP transceivers support only five C-Band ITU channels: 35, 36, 37, 53, and 55. See the ITU DWDM Transmit Frequencies and Wavelengths table for the frequency and wavelength of each ITU channel; specified in ITU G.694.1.

(4)  Measured 20 dB down from the center wavelength peak.


6.19.1   Status LEDs

Figure 64   LEDs on 4-Port 10 Gigabit Ethernet Card

Table 153    Equipment LEDs on 4-Port 10 Gigabit Ethernet Card

Label

Activity

Color

Description

FAIL

On

Red

A failure exists on the card.(1)

Off

None

No failure exists on the card.

ACTIVE

On

Green

This card is in service.

Off

None

This card has failed (the FAIL LED is on).

(1)  A failure can be total, partial, or forced. Failure on any part of the card, including failure of any of its ports, results in the FAIL LED being on.


Table 154    Facility LEDs on 4-Port 10 Gigabit Ethernet Card

Label

Activity

Color

Description

ACT

On

Yellow

The link is transmitting or receiving frames.

Off

None

The link has no active frame.

LNK

On

Green

The link is up.

Off

None

The link is down.

7   Advanced Services Engine

The Advanced Services Engine (ASE) card provides advanced security functions to protect the network at its edge. Using Deep Packet Inspection (DPI), the ASE card can identify and process point-to-point (P2P) applications, and provide a more efficient and secured network operation.

Security features on the ASE card ensure minimal network disruption and provide secure tunnels for end-user applications. You perform IP Security (IPSec) configuration, management, and reporting with NetOp Element Manager System.

Table 155    ASE Card Specifications

Specification

Value

Number of ports

Two for each ASP

Speed

10/100/1000 Mbps

Protection

None

Interface

Ethernet BaseT

Connection type

RJ-45

Compliance

IEEE 802.3, 802.3u, 802.3ab

Table 156    ASE Card Port Data

Type of Card and Card Description

Physical Ports(1)

Low-Density Version

Low-Density Port Numbers

Advanced Services Engine

4 (2 for each ASP)(2)

No

(1)  The SmartEdge OS does not support these ports directly.

(2)  These ports are not used for control or data traffic.


7.1   LEDs

Figure 65   LEDs on ASE Card

Table 157    Equipment LEDs on the ASE Card

Label

Activity

Color

Description

FAIL

On

Red

A failure exists on the card.(1)

Off

None

No failure exists on the card.

ACTIVE

On

Green

This card is in service.

Off

None

This card is on standby (the STDBY LED is on) or has failed (the FAIL LED is on).

STDBY

On

Yellow

This card is on standby.

Off

None

This card is in service (the ACTIVE LED is on) or has failed (the FAIL LED is on).

(1)  A failure can be total, partial, or forced. Failure on any part of the card, including failure of any of its ports, results in the FAIL LED being on.


Table 158    Facility LEDs for the ASE Card

Label

Activity

Color

Description

LNK ACT

On

Green

The link is present and active.

On

Blinking

The link is transmitting or receiving frames.

Off

None

The link has no active frame.

SPD

On

Yellow(1)

The link is operating at 100 Mbps.

On

Green

The link is operating at 1000 Mbps.

On

Green

The link is operating at 10 Mbps.(2)

(1)  The default condition for no link or cable attached is yellow.

(2)  The LED shows green for both 10 and 1000 Mbps.


7.2   Provisioning and Configuring the ASE Card

The following steps give a brief overview of how to provision and configure applicable SmartEdge chassis for the ASE card:

  1. To provision a chassis for the ASE card, use either the NetOp Element Management System (EMS) or the card ase slot CLI command.

    For information about how to use ASE with the NetOp EMS Security Services software to implement, monitor, and manage IPSec VPN configuration and deployment in your network, see related documentation at https://ebusiness.ericsson.net.

  2. To monitor the progress of provisioning the chassis for the ASE card, use the show chassis command.

    Automatic processing copies the ASE software to the ASPs during provisioning. Reissue the command until it shows you that the ASPs are up and running.

  3. To configure the ASE card for IPSec VPNs, you must use the NetOp EMS Security Services software.

7.3   ASE Operational Commands

The following are ASE operational commands:

[local]Egle6#sh chassis
Current platform is SE1200
Flags:
A-Active Crossconnect     B-Standby Crossconnect    C-SARC Ready
D-Default Traffic Card    E-EPPA Ready              G-Upgrading FPGA
H-Card Admin State SHUT   I-IPPA Ready              M-FPGA Upgrade Required
N-SONET EU Enabled        O-Card Admin State ODD    P-Coprocessor Ready
P1-ASP1 Ready             P2-ASP2 Ready             R-Traffic Card Ready
S-SPPA Ready              U-Card PPAs/ASP UP        W-Warm Reboot
X-XCRP mismatch)
Slot: Configured-type    Slot: Installed-type    Initialized    Flags 
2 : ase                  2 : ase                 Yes            P1P2UR
7 : xcrp                 7 : xcrp                Yes

[local]Egle6#
Note:  
Look for P1P2UR to verify that the ASE card is up.

For more information about these and other ASE-related commands, see related documentation at https://ebusiness.ericsson.net.

7.4   Operating Status

The ASE card has equipment LEDs at the top of each card to indicate the current status of the card, and facility LEDs to indicate the status of the ports.

Note:  
The ASE card is not NEBS compliant; therefore, when installed in the SmartEdge 400 chassis, it is not capable of operating at 104°F (40°C.)

8   SmartEdge Storage Engine

The SmartEdge Storage Engine (SSE) card is an internal services card designed to provide fault-tolerant file storage services for clients and various applications internal to the SmartEdge 600, SmartEdge1200, or SmartEdge 1200H router. This highly available services card provides Network File System (NFS) services to store large amounts of data.

The SSE card supports up to two SCSI Attached Storage (SAS) hard disk drives (HDD) with an onboard SAS controller, Network Processor (NP), Packet Mesh ASIC (PMA), and other components. This card operates with the XCRP4 Controller cards and in any I/O card slot in the SmartEdge 600, SmartEdge1200, or SmartEdge 1200H router.

8.1   Hard Disk Drive Description

The SSE card houses one or two standard SAS 2.5” drives, which are hot-swappable field-replaceable units that can be mounted in a HDD slot on the SSE without removing the card. You can insert and remove an HDD without affecting the operation of the other HDD. These HDDs are separate devices and can be used to perform Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID1) redundancy to provide a highly fault tolerant system.

The HDDs have a storage capacity of 300 GB and are controlled by CLI commands received from the Network Processor (NP) through the SAS controller.

The SAS controller is used by the NP to communicate to the SAS drives. The controller handles all HDD communications and start-up procedures.

8.2   Specifications and LEDs

Table 159    SSE Card Specifications

Specification

Value

Number of HDD slots

Two

Interface

Two SAS HDD modules

Connection type

Two 29-pin right angle SAS connectors

Compliance

IEEE 802.3, 802.3u, 802.3ab

Operating temperature

Table 43 lists descriptions of each temperature condition.


Table 44 lists temperature ranges for card types.

Operating altitude (max)

0 to 10,000 ft (3,048m)

Operating relative humidity

5 to 90% RH (noncondensing)

Table 160    SAS Connector Pin Assignments

Pin #

Signal Name

Signal Type

 

Pin #

Signal Name

Signal Type

S1

Ground for SAS Primary

Ground

 

S8

Ground for SAS Secondary

Ground

S2

SAS Primary TP+

Output

 

S9

SAS Secondary TS+

Output

S3

SAS Primary TP-

Output

 

S10

SAS Secondary TS-

Output

S4

Ground for SAS Primary

Ground

 

S11

Ground for SAS Secondary

Ground

S5

SAS Primary RP-

Input

 

S12

SAS Secondary RS-

Input

S6

SAS Primary RP+

Input

 

S13

SAS Secondary RS+

Input

S7

Ground for SAS Primary

Ground

 

S14

Ground for SAS Secondary

Ground

P1

+3.3V

Power

 

P8

+5.0V

Power

P2

+3.3V

Power

 

P9

+5.0V

Power

P3

+3.3V Pre-charge

Power

 

P10

Ground

Ground

P4

Ground

Ground

 

P11

Ready LED, O.C. Output, LOL = 15 mA

Output

P5

Ground

Ground

 

P12

Ground

Power

P6

Ground

Ground

 

P13

+12.0V Pre-charge

Power

P7

+5.0V Pre-charge

Power

 

P14

+12.0V

Power

 

 

 

 

P15

+12V

Power

Table 161    SSE Card Slot Data

Type of Card and Card Description

Physical Slots(1)

SmartEdge Storage Engine

2 HDD slots(2)

(1)  The SmartEdge OS does not support these ports directly.

(2)  Supported by the CLI commands received from the Network Processor (NP) through the SAS controller.


The SSE card provides equipment LEDs at the top of each card to indicate the current status of the card, and facility LEDs to indicate the status of the HDDs.

Figure 66   LEDs on SSE Cards

Table 162    Equipment LEDs on the SSE Card

Label

Activity

Color

Description

FAIL

On

Red

A failure exists on the card.(1)

Off

None

No failure exists on the card.

ACTIVE

On

Green

This card is in service.

Off

None

This card is on standby (the STDBY LED is on) or has failed (the FAIL LED is on).

STDBY

On

Yellow

This card is on standby.

Off

None

This card is in service (the ACTIVE LED is on) or has failed (the FAIL LED is on).

(1)  A failure can be total, partial, or forced. Failure on any part of the card, including failure of any of its ports, results in the FAIL LED being lit.


Table 163    Facility LEDs for the HDD on the SSE Card

Label

Color

Activity

Description

Disk 1 or Disk 2

Green

On

The HDD is powered on.

Green

Blinking

The HDD is in active mode.

None

Off

The HDD is powered off.

Yellow

On

The HDD can be removed for servicing.

Yellow

Blinking

The HDD data is being synchronized to another HDD.

None

Off

The HDD is in normal operation mode.

8.3   Provision and Configure the SSE Card

Configuring an SSE card involves provisioning the SSE card, partitioning the disks, and setting up a redundancy scheme. For detailed information about how to configure and operate an SSE card, see related documentation at https://ebusiness.ericsson.net.

8.4   SSE Operational Commands

The following are SSE operational commands:

For more information on SSE-related commands, see related documentation at https://ebusiness.ericsson.net.

8.5   Operating Status

Equipment LEDs indicate the current status of the SSE card, and facility LEDs indicate the status of the HDDs.