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ETX-203AX and ETX-205A Product Introduction, Ver. 4.01 GA April 2011

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  1. ETX-203AX and ETX-205AProduct Introduction, Ver. 4.01 GAApril 2011

  2. Agenda • Introduction • Product overview • Target customers and Applications • Main features • Management • Ordering information • Value proposition

  3. ETX Portfolio Performance ETX-5300A ETX-220A ETX-205A ETX-204A High End EDD Flow Base Service Flexible classification ETX-203AX/AM Basic NTU Port Base Service ETX-203A ETX-36 High End MDD Flow Base Service Flexible classification With TDM Services ETX-202 Ethernet Service Aggregation Platform ETX-102 Scale 10GE Interfaces 10GE NTU 10GE Ring

  4. ETX Characteristics – EDD & MDD • Customer Premises Equipment offering SLA based Ethernet services and mobile demarcation solutions • SLA assurance with traffic management starting at customer premises • Accurate and scalable SLA measurement based on HW-based OAM • Accurate synchronization SyncE and 1588v2 PTP (ETX-205A) • Element and Service management with RADview Customer Premises Customer HQ FE/GbE RADview – EMS & Service Center GbE ETX-203AX ETX-205A GE Service Provider Network ETX-205A GE ETX-205A GE RNC/4G gateway ETX-205A 3G/4G LTE eNB SLA Assurance, PM management, Resiliency

  5. Product Overview

  6. Award Winning Ethernet

  7. ETX-205A Product Introduction • Advanced Carrier EthernetDemarcation Device for: • SLA-based retail and wholesale Ethernet services • Mobile backhauling Ethernet demarcation • Carrier-grade design • Service and port level redundancy • Redundant power supplies • SyncToP™ synchronization combining: • Synchronous Ethernet • IEEE-1588v2 PTP Transparent Clock • Hardware ready for IEEE-1588v2 Ordinary Clock • MEF compliant EPL and EVPL Ethernet services

  8. ETX-205A Physical View • SyntTop™ synchronization ports: • External in/out (T3/T4) • 1PPS and ToD • 6 FE/GE combo interfaces: • 2 Network ports • 4 User ports • 19”, 1U shelf, rack and wall mount • Management ports • Out of band - Ethernet port • Local craft terminal - RS-232 • Redundant power supplies: • AC: 100–240VAC, 50-60Hz • DC: 24/48VDC

  9. ETX-203AX Product Introduction • Fixed Carrier Ethernet Demarcation Device for: • SLA-based retail and wholesale Ethernet services • Flexible Network port selections: • 1 or 2 FE/GE network ports: SFP based • 4 or 5 FE/GE user ports: SFP or UTP • Carrier grade design • Service and port level redundancy • MEF compliant EPL and EVPL Ethernet services

  10. ETX-203AX Physical View • Dimensions: 1.7 x 8.4 x 5.8 inch Power Wide-range AC&DC PS Management Out of Band FE port Local RS-232 Network and User Interfaces 1 or 2 network SFP interfaces (redundancy) Up to 4 or 5 user ports

  11. ETX version 4.01 Main Features • SLA assurance with advanced traffic management (TM) • Comprehensive monitoring and diagnostics capabilities • Fast and reliable protection at link level and service level • Fast and simple provisioning of large scale networks with Zero-touch provisioning capabilities • Synchronization in any packet networks • Synchronous Ethernet (ETX-205A only) • IEEE1588v2 PTP Transparent Clock (TC)

  12. Target Customers and Applications

  13. Carrier Ethernet Market Segments

  14. Retail Business Services • Managed CPE with Fiber and copper uplinks • L2 access solution supporting: • L2 based office interconnections • L2 access to L3 VPN • Access to ISP • Flow-based differentiated services • Up to 8 classes of service • SLA assurance with shaping per EVC and EVC.CoS Customer Premises RADview-EMS & Service Center ETX-205A ISP GbE Service Provider L2/L3 Network ETX-203AX FE/GE Customer HQ ETX-203AX/205A EoPDH GbE SONET/ SDH ETX-205A

  15. Wholesale Services • Managed demarcation point at customer premises • Accurate SLA enforcement and measurement with HW based OAM tools • Multiple transport connections with flow-based services • EPL and EVPL connection models with per flow shaping • Differentiated services for reliable overbooking Customer Premises ETX-205A ISP Wholesale Packet Network PE ETX-203AX RNC/4G Gateway Service Provider L2/L3/MPLS Network ETX-205A PE Wholesale TDM Network ETX-203AX/205A EoPDH SONET/ SDH GbE ETX-205A

  16. Mobile Demarcation with ETX-205A Clock recovery based on 1588-2008 or Synchronous Ethernet Sync-E Sync-E Clock Source IEEE 1588-2008 Grandmaster Clock • Mobile Demarcation Device – Timing Gateway & Demarcation • Per-flow SLA measurements • Multiple synchronization over packet standards IEEE 1588-2008 (1588v2) TC ETH ETX IP NodeB PoP Site External Clock Source PE PE ETH ETX Transport Network: ETH/IP/MPLS IP NodeB RNC/ 4G Gateway ETH ETX IP NonedB

  17. Main Features

  18. Connectivity Options with ETX • E-Line: point-to-point • Each EVC connects two or more UNIs • Replaces a TDM Private line (EPL) • Replaces ATM and FR (EVPL) • E-Tree: point-to-multi point • Point to multipoint connectivity - Internet access and/or IP TV services • No connection between leafs • E-LAN: any-to-any • Single bridge instance per UNI (EPLAN) • Several (virtual) bridge instances per UNI (EPLAN) UNI CE UNI Carrier Ethernet Network CE UNI Point-to-Point EVC UNI CE UNI UNI UNI CE CE Carrier Ethernet Network Carrier Ethernet Network UNI UNI CE UNI CE UNI Any-to-any EVC Point-to-Multipoint EVC CE CE

  19. ETX Traffic Management • Extremely flexible classification: • Port, VLAN-ID, P-bit, TOS-DSCP, EtherType, MAC SA/DA and IP SA/DA • Hierarchical-QoS (HQOS) with flow level TM: • CIR/EIR Policing per flow for differentiated services • Assuring SLA in congested links - shaping per EVC or EVC.cos • Up to 8 queues per flow with Strict Priority and WFQ scheduling • Simplifying operation with powerful bandwidth profiles

  20. The value of advanced TM • Increased revenues using ‘Intelligent’ over subscription • Multiple services from same port - EVC • Higher bandwidth utilization - EIR • Better utilization of network resources allows • Maintain customer satisfaction with differentiated services • Different Drop probability, delay and jitter at different cost • Reduce churn by ensuring SLA • Per service shaping ensures bandwidth per customer (EVC, EVC.CoS)

  21. Summary of available Ethernet OAM mechanisms Robust Service ManagementEthernet OAM Hardware OAM

  22. Hardware OAM vs. Software OAM

  23. Ethernet OAM features • Standard CFM OAM per 802.1ag-D8: • End-to-end OAM for Continuity Check • Continuous; 3 msec to 10 sec intervals • Loopback (non intrusive) – On demand • Link Trace – On demand • Fault propagation based on CFM OAM Messages • 802.3ah Active mode • Recognize and propagate “Dying gasp” messages from remote device notifying the operator of CPE failure • Allows remote devices to be managed through user port

  24. Ethernet OAM – PM • Performance Monitoring defined per service (EVC+CoS) • Allows for in-service, end-to-end SLA monitoring of: • Frame Delay • Frame Delay Variation • Frame Loss • Availability • Configurable performance objectives inline with SLA for: • Proactive end-to-end SLA monitoring • On going statistics • Traps upon SLA objectives crossing

  25. One-way delay measurement • One way delay measurement based on integrated GPS receiver in ETX-205A • Accurate and reliable results • Carriers can assure their committed KPI • Customers can measure conformance to carrier KPI GPS antenna GPS antenna Customer Premises ETX-205A/GPS CO Service Provider L2/L3/MPLS Network ETX-205A/GPS Wholesale Packet Network PE ETX-205A/GPS Accurate one-way delay measurement based on GPS time stamping

  26. Fault management - Loopback Options for Service Verification • Network troubleshooting and throughput testing: • Simultaneous loopbacks of many flows on both network and user sides • Flexible criteria, per service and CoS (EVC.cos) • Non-Intrusive “always on” operation with no need to configure the remote end • Line rate performance • L2 and L3 loopbacks • MAC & IP Address swapping • Multiple independent SLA monitoring and test instances per unit Network “Loopback packets which have VID 100 & IP SA 117.155.160.13 + perform IP & MAC swap” “Send a packet with VID 100 and IP SA 117.155.160.13 12 and wait for a reply Tester

  27. RFC-2544 Measurements to Ensure Service Parameters Traffic Generation and loopback per RFC-2544 Branch A Real Time Headquarters ETX PE • Used before service is commissioned to ensure service parameters • Measures Latency, Loss and Throughput • Up to 8 sessions simultaneously UNI EVC Priority Data Best Effort Real Time PE ETX Priority Data EVC 1 PSN Best Effort Branch B EVC 2 Real Time IP DSLAM Real Time ETX EVC Priority Data Priority Data Best Effort Best Effort UNI

  28. RFC-2544 standard enhancements • Configurable test duration - from 2 to 60 minutes • Binding tests to flows for service oriented bandwidth configuration • Combination of standard and user configurable frame size to verify data integrity • Text and graphical result views

  29. RFC-2544 CLI reports Test ID : <ID> Tested by : User Name Product Name : <HW product name and version> Version Number : <firmware name and version> Serial Number : <serial number here > Date & Time : <Test time, format: day, dd/mm/yyhh:mm:sec> Profile Name : <e.g. - RFC 2544 Throughput Test - Per Port Binary Search> Number of Trials : < number of trials> Test Duration : <hh:mm:ss> Test Parameters ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Bind: MD:<MD id>, MA <MA id>, MEP <MEP id>, p-bit <pbit>, VLAN <vlan> Maximum Theoretical Rate: <Maximal defined Rate> [FPS] Duration: <Duration> Pattern: <Frame Pattern>, Frame Type <frame type> Opcode <Opcode>, mode <mode> Search resolution <Search resolution>, Tolerance <tolerance>, Trials <Number of trials> Learning Frames: Number of frames <number of frames>, Frequency <Frequency> Throughput Report < Trial #>: ======== Status: SUCCESS { or FAIL – Link down, OAM connectivity failure } Duration: <HH:MM:SS> Frame Size [bytes] | 64 | 128 | 256 | 512 | 1024 | 1280 | 1518 | Theoretical maximum [fps] |10000 | 5000 | 2500 | 1250 | -  | - | 500 | Throughput [fps] |9500 | 4900 | 2490 | 1250 | - | - | 500 | success [%] | 95 | 98 | 99.6 | 100 | - | - | 100 | Packet Loss report: <Trial #> ============= Status: SUCCESS Frame Size <64> Maximum theoretical rate <10000> Throughput of max | 100% | 90% | 80% | 70% | 60% | %success | 80% | 87% | 93% | 99% | 100% | Latency Report < Trial #>: ======== Status: SUCCESS { or FAIL – Link down, OAM connectivity failure } Duration: <HH:MM:SS> Frame Size [bytes] | 64 | 128 | 256 | 512 | 1024 | 1280 | 1518 | Latency [ms] |50 | 45 | 42 | 37 | -  | - | 24 |

  30. RFC-2544 Reports on RADview Frame loss DelayMeasurement Throughput

  31. Service Management Summary: Managing the Service Lifecycle Connectivity Verification Performance Monitoring Fault Detection & Isolation • Ethernet OAM - 802.1ag • Continuity Check • MAC Ping • Ethernet OAM – 802.1ag • Continuity Check • Loopback • Link Trace • Ethernet OAM – Y.1731 • Frame Delay, Frame Delay, Frame Loss • Service availability (G.826) SLA Threshold Reporting Diagnostic Loopbacks Fault Propagation & Notification • Defining SLA objectives and proactively notified when crossed • Alarms and traps on management system • Loopbacks • L1 physical interface loopback • L2/L3 Loopback per flow with MAC/IP swap (up to line rate) • Ethernet OAM – Y.1731 • Per EVC ‘Forward’ and ‘Backward ’ Alarm Propagation (AIS and RDI) • Dying Gasp indication to active - 802.3ah • Per port Alarm Propagation SLA Verification Testing Statistics Collection Reporting Resiliency & Repair • RFC-2544 based tests • Throughput, Loss and Delay tests • Data integrity tests (BERT) • Delay Measurement • Collecting SLA statistics • Statistics collection via SNMP or FTP • Statistics can be used to generate SLA reports • Linear Protection ( “EVC Protection”) -G.8031 • Ethernet Ring Protection - G.8032 • port protection based on Link Aggregation - 802.3 (formerly 802.3ad)

  32. PSN PSN Link Protection • Link Aggregation Redundancy (802.3ad based) • Redundant connection to a single upstream device via two ports which form a singe logical port • Link Aggregation Control protocol used to sync LAG members and identify failures • Dual homing • 1:1 connectivity to two different upstream devices for node redundancy • Switch criteria: • Loss Of Signal (LOS) indication • Manual commands Single homing CPE Dual homing CPE

  33. Ethernet Linear Protection based on G.8031 Automatic Protection Switching (APS) Automatic Protection Switching (APS) • Protection as per ITU-T G.8031 • Bidirectional 1:1 mode using APS messages • Triggers - Port Signal loss, CCM LOC, ETH-AIS • Protection time • Under 50ms protection time for a single protection group (multiple EVC per group) • Up to 200ms protection time for 4 protection groups Local Customer Premises Remote Customer Premises CPE CPE NTU NTU CC OAM Ethernet PE PE 1 2 CC OAM RDI on CC message

  34. Fault PropagationBased on OAM Loss Of Connectivity Receive RDI State LOC • Network failure propagation to user ports • User ports are turned off upon Loss-of Connectivity (LOC) or Remote Defect Indication (RDI) • Customer equipment senses the failure and immediately reroutes to alternative path • Shortens restoration time by triggering restoration much faster than native routing protocols Local Customer Premises Remote Customer Premises CPE CPE NTU NTU CC OAM Ethernet PE PE 1 2 CC OAM RDI on CC message

  35. Fault Propagation Based on OAM Remote User Failure • User port failure propagation to remote end: • Remote end port is turned off upon alarm indication from local end • Customer equipment senses the failure and immediately reroutes to alternative path • Shortens restoration time by triggering restoration much faster than native routing protocols Local Customer Premises Remote Customer Premises CPE CPE NTU NTU CC OAM Ethernet PE PE 1 2 CC OAM

  36. Layer 2 Protocol Tunneling (L2PT) Local Customer Premises Remote Customer Premises • Allowing full transparency to L2 control Protocols using different configurations: • Peer-supported L2 Protocols Data Units (PDU) frames • Discard the L2 control protocol frames • Tunnel: Pass through Layer-2 control frames • Including Vendor Specific L2CP frames Ethernet CPE CPE NTU NTU L2 PDU L2 PDU 1 2 PE PE

  37. PSN Zero-Touch Provisioning NMS and FTP Server • Simplifies installation and device replacement: • DHCP Client acquires address from centrally-managed server • Automatic association with FTP server • Central configuration management via TFTP/SFTP • Automatic association with network management • Enables Auto-discovery by NMS DHCP Server ETX w/ DHCP Client CPE

  38. Synchronization in ETX-205A • Simultaneous support of Synchronous Ethernet (SyncE) and IEEE-1588v2 Precision Time Protocol

  39. Synchronous Ethernet (Sync-E) • Synchronization derived from physical layer – best performance • Supported on all Ethernet ports: • GbE and FE rates • Optical and Copper interfaces • Full support as per G.8261 and G.8262 • Clock redundancy via clock selection mechanism (primary and secondary) as per G.871 • Stratum 3 or 3E holdover – allows up to 4 ppb per day • Support of ESSM messages – To choose in case of more than one clock source

  40. IEEE 1588v2 Support Clock recovery based on 1588-2008 or Synchronous Ethernet IEEE 1588-2008 Grandmaster Clock Sync-E • 1588v2 provides clock distribution over any packet network • Accurate timing - frequency lock ±16ppb • ETX product line offers Transparent Clock (TC) with HW-based time stamping • ETX-205A is HW ready for 1588v2 slave and Time of Day (ToD) functionalities • 1588v2 encapsulation over IP\UDP IEEE 1588-2008 (1588v2) Transport Network: ETH/IP/MPLS PoP Site PE PE TC RNC/ 4G GW ETH ETX IP NodeB

  41. Management

  42. RADview-EMS Key Features & Benefits GUI vs CLI Network Inventory and Discovery Performance Management and SLA SLA Assurance System Real time PM, utilization and threshold management. Premium services , trending and analysis Intuitive GUI, visual Topology, Visual status indication , data validation. Saves 50% time in configurations Real time device inventory, location, port count. CAPEX saving and capacity planning

  43. RADview-EMS Key Features & Benefits Fault Management Zero-touch Job Automation Active and History alarms, correlation to customer and services. Easy fault localization, cuts network troubleshooting to half Automatic device configuration upon its connection to the network. OPEX savings Automation of network backup, mass configuration update and software update for easy network maintenance

  44. ETX Management Capabilities • Local management via management interfaces: • RS-232 DCE • Dedicated out-of-band (OOB) management port • Remote management via network or user port using: • Telnet SSH • SNMPv3 based management system • RADView NMS (version 3.10) • Command Line Interface (CLI) • Easily apply scripts of commonly used commands • Easily apply them to multiple units

  45. ETX Management Features • Trap Synchronization preventing loss of traps • Security ensuring communication privacy user authentication • SNMPv3 • RADIUS (client authentication) • TACACS+ (client authentication) • SSH for Secure Shell communication session • Syslog used for logging system events • SFTP and TFTP for enabling different levels of file transfer security

  46. Ordering Information

  47. ETX-205A Ordering Information Note: ETX-205A can be provided with one or two, AC or DC power supplies

  48. ETX-203AX Ordering Information

  49. ETX Value Proposition