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  • Cisco Confidential 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 1

    100G Alien Wavelength Cassio Gomes

    System Engineer Sales SP

    March, 2013

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    Definition Hardware Installation Connections Configuration Testers Tool Kit

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    Definition

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    Alien Wavelength is the way to connect a DWDM interface from any external element to a third party Optical Network, existing or new, leveraging only the common parts of the DWDM network, ie the photonic layer. The two most common scenarios are:

    an external transponder from vendor A connects to the photonic layer of vendor B. Example: 100Gbps Transponder from Cisco connects to any DWDM from another vendor.

    an external interface, for instance from a router or switch, from vendor A connects to the photonic layer from vendor B. Example: CRS-3 IPoDWDM interface connects to any DWDM system from another vendor.

    CRS-3 ASR9000

    CRS-3 ASR9000 Optical Network

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    Hardware

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    The following slides details the hardware requirements considering the following use cases:

    Ciscos 100Gbps Transponder will be an Alien Wavelength to another vendors DWDM system.

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    High integration HW Control Plane

    MSTP Line card Backward Compatibility

    Cooling and Power >> 150W / slot

    1450W total M6 (30A @ 48V)

    Both ANSI & ETSI compliant

    Both AC & DC Power Options

    >50% Footprint Reduction

    High speed Back Panel 12.5Gb/s rails

    High bandwidth/throughput 80Gb/s line card to Switch fabric

    11.02 Depth

    10.45 Height or

    6 RU

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    15454-M6-SA= w/door

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    15454-M6-SA= door open

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    15454-M6-AC= 15454-M6-LCD= 15454-M6-DC=

    15454-M6-FTA2= 15454-M6-ECU=

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    Same unit supporting 3 working modes (SW Configurable): 100G TXP or IPoWDM Interface (CXP as standard 100GE SR10 / OTU4 Client) Trunk Line Card coupled with a Client card to perform Muxponder functionality (no CXP

    pluggable needed) Trunk Line Card coupled with another Trunk Line card to perform Regeneration functionality

    (no CXP pluggable needed) High performance ITU-T Trunk interface - Full C Band Tunable OTU-4 Trunk with 50GHz stability PM as defined by the OTN standards Equipped with 1x DWDM Port and 1x CXP interface to provide a 100G Pluggable Client as well as a

    cost optimized connection with CRS/ASR/Nexus 100G DWDM Trunk supports

    EFEC for optimized DWDM Performances

    CXP allows up to 100m low cost connection solution towards external 100GE BASE SR10 Interface Client

    150W Maximum Power consumption

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    Multiplexes 10Gbps channels in a 100Gbps channel.

    Supports the following client interfaces: OC-192/STM-64 (9.95328 Gbps) 10 Gigabit Ethernet LAN PHY (10.3125 Gbps) 10-Gbps Fibre Channel (10.518 Gbps) 8-Gbps Fibre Channel OTU-2

    Connects via backplane to the 100Gbps line card.

    Can also be used as a 5x 10Gbps Transponder.

    15454-M-10X10G-LC=

    Line Card Block Diagram

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    Same unit supporting 2 working modes (SW Configurable): 10-ports 10G Multi-Rate Muxponder coupled with 100G DWDM

    Line card Able to support any combination of 10G signals (SONET/SDH, 10GE, 10G FC and 8G FC)

    5x 10G Transponder Standalone configuration with DWDM SFP+, supporting FEC/E-FEC (no CXP pluggable needed) Can be configured to support Low Latency 10G Transport for SAN / High-Speed Trading

    150W Max Power consumption

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    Same unit supporting 2 working modes (SW Configurable): 100G CFP based Transponder Coupled with 100G DWDM Line card One card can be

    coupled with 2 independent 100G DWDM card 2-port 40G CFP Muxponder coupled with 100G DWDM Line card

    CFP-based Line card 100GE Base-LR4 / OTU-4 10Km 40GE Base-LR4 / OTU-3 10Km 40GE Base-FR / OTU-3 2Km

    70W Max Power Consumption

    Requires new FTA2 fan for full shelf capacity

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    100G DWDM Trunk Line Card

    M2 with 2x 100G DWDM Trunk

    10x 10G Multi-Rate Line Card

    2x CFP Line Card M6 with 6x 100G DWDM Trunk

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    1x100GBE Supports FP140 or MSC140 150W Max Power consumption Connects directly to the 100Gbps transponder

    using SR10 optics. If LR4 optics is required, needs to connect to a

    CFP line card in the M6 chassis. Cisco CFP-100G-SR10

    Cisco 1X100GBE

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    Installation

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    Use kit 53-3333-01 Bracket PN: 700-28080-01

    install the two brackets (1) using the screw (2) included in the acc. Kit Brackets can be installed in the front position (3) or in the middle position (4)

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    1

    2

    3 4

    Brackets in front position

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    Un-tighten the 2 nuts (1) using Mx tube driver, install GND cable lug (2), tighten the 2 nuts (1), connect the other cable end to the rack. GND lug provided in the acc.kit.

    6 7

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    Check the position of the mechanical locking system on the rear of the chassis before to insert the power module, the screw (1) must be close to the AC silkscreen text if the customer needs to use AC power supply. Otherwise un-tight the screw and move to the left position then tight the screw again. NB: Mixed configuration AC and DC is not allowed.

    1

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    Insert AC power module in slot A or B. Plug completely the module in the chassis. Lock the power module in the chassis tighten the screw (1)

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    A B

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    Ac power air filter can be removed for cleaning purpose. Snap-in system guarantee the air filter position.

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    Insert the 2 power modules (1) into the chassis, in case the customer needs only 1 power module fill the free space with the power filler module (2)

    1 2

    To lock the module tighten the captive screw (3) using #2 Phillips screwdriver Align and insert the AC power cable, for side A use left cable (4), for side B use right cable (5)

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    4 5

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    To lock the cables, rotate the retention feature (6) Module A power cable exit to left, Module B power cable exit to right

    4 5

    6 open close

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    Check the position of the mechanical locking system on the rear of the chassis before to insert the power module, the screw (1) must be close to the DC silkscreen text if the customer needs to use DC power supply. Otherwise un-tight the screw and move to the right position then tight the screw again. NB: Mixed configuration AC and DC is not allowed.

    1

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    Insert DC power module in slot A or B. Plug completely the module in the chassis. Lock the power module in the chassis tighten the screw (1)

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    A B

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    Insert the 2 power modules (1) into the chassis, in case the customer needs only 1 power module fill the free space with the power filler module (2)

    1 2

    To lock the module tighten the captive screw (3) using #2 Phillips screwdriver Remove the terminal block protective covers (4)

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    4

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    Un-tighten the 4 nuts (5), both modules and insert the power lugs (6): top cable for RET, bottom cable for -48V Use Mx tube screw driver for the nuts Power wires are not provided.

    Mount the 4 nuts to lock the cable

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    6

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    Mount the 2 terminal block covers (4) Module A power wires exit to left, Module B power wires exit to right

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