Corecess 6800SPC Product Data Sheet by xiaohuicaicai


									New Product: Corecess 6800 Intelligent Access Server
Product Overview (SPC configuration)

                                                           The Corecess 6800 is an IP-based Intelligent Digital
                                                           Subscriber Line Access Multiplexer (iDSLAM) that can be
                                                           used by service provider companies offer broadband multi-
                                                           services on copper-based local loop last mile access network.

                                                           Corecess 6800 is built to provide intelligent IP services as the
                                                           networks evolve. It delivers various DSL interfaces and
                                                           advanced IP services including. With these service features,
                                                           companies can greatly increase their revenues and maximize
                                                           their profit.

                                                           Corecess 6800 intelligently and economically combines three
                                                           devices in one. As compared to the legacy DSL systems, the
                                                           Corecess 6800 system combines the functionalities of ATM
        switch, DSLAM, NAS, and Router into one compact system. This design makes the Corecess 6800 the most
        economical and the most suitable solution for the next generation broadband access platforms. It provides among
        other advantages; easy maintenance and easy installation, which in turn reduce operating cost and network down

Key Features and Benefits

        Multiservice Platform for MDU and MTU
                Corecess 6800 supports high port density with effective network management.
                Corecess 6800 is designed for Internet services such as interactive gaming at home and video
                 conferencing at office.
                Corecess 6800 offers ADSL, SHDSL and VDSL to support wide range of services.
                SHDSL interface provides a leased line service for MTU with low cost.
                Corecess 6800 can route local traffics and then, relieves the burden to backbone network.                            Release 1.2 (2002/09/23)                                                   1
               ACLs on all VLANs to prevent unauthorized data flows to be bridged within VLANs.
               Private VLAN edge provides security and isolation between ports on a switch, ensuring that voice traffic
                travels directly from its entry point to the aggregation device through a virtual path and cannot be
                directed to a different port.
               MAC-based port-level security prevents unauthorized stations from accessing the switch.
               DHCP filtering also prevents unauthorized stations from accessing the switch.
               Multilevel security on console access prevents unauthorized users from altering the switch configuration.

        IP Service Creation Platform
               IP service creation through Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server.
               Several kinds of Access Control Lists (ACLs) makes reliable network.
               Static IP routing for manually building a routing table of network path information.
               Inter-VLAN IP routing for full Layer 3 routing between two or more VLANs.
               Equal cost routing for load balancing and redundancy.

               Highly scalable in port density and speed. (See Ordering Guide)

        Powerful Manageability
               Built-in Web-based Management Software provides an easy-to-use Web-based management interface
                through a standard web browser. (Web Console)
               Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) v1 and v2c, and Telnet interface support delivers
                comprehensive in-band management, and a command-line interface (CLI)-based management console
                provides detailed out-of-band management.
               CLI provides easy-of-use user interface and command set
               Through ViewlinXTM network management software user can manage Corecess 6800 in detail like as in-
                band and out-band management.
               Through Corecess 1500TM (A Corecess Operation Support System (OSS)), Corecess 6800 is manageable
                end-to-end QoS policies (planned future software support). (Service Level Agreement (SLA)
               VLAN trunks can be created from any port using either standards-based 802.1Q tagging or VLAN
                management command.
               IGMP snooping provides for fast client joins and leaves of multicast streams and limits bandwidth-
                intensive video traffic to only the requestors.                                Release 1.2 (2002/09/23)                                            2
               Embedded Remote Monitoring (RMON) software agent supports four RMON groups (History, Statistics,
                Alarms and Events) for enhanced traffic management, monitoring, and analysis.
               Domain Name Services (DNS) provide IP address resolution with user-defined device names.
               Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) reduces the cost of administering software upgrades by
                downloading from a centralized location.
               Network Timing Protocol (NTP) provides an accurate and consistent timestamp to all switches within
                the intranet.
               Multifunction LEDs per port for port status, half-duplex/full-duplex, 10BaseT/100BaseTX indication, as
                well as switch-level status LEDs for system, redundant power supply provides a comprehensive and
                convenient visual management system.
               PPP Termination.

        Easy Deployment
               Auto-negotiating on all ports automatically selects half- or full-duplex transmission mode to optimize
               Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) relay allows a broadcast DHCP request to be forwarded
                to the network DHCP server.
               The default configuration stored in Flash ensures that the switch can be quickly connected to the
                network and can pass traffic with minimal user intervention.                           Release 1.2 (2002/09/23)                                               3


Technical Specification

Description                  Specification

Performance                  SPC (Smart Process Card): (For integrated management):
                                 32 MB DRAM and 2 MB Flash Memory
                                 32 MB DRAM and 2 MB Flash Memory
                                 12 Gbps non-blocking switching fabric
                                 13 Mpps forwarding rate for 64-byte packets
                                 24 MB DRAM and 2 MB Flash Memory

Connectors and Cabling       ADSL and SHDSL and VDSL interface: Telco-50 (CHAMP) connector for lines and V.35 connector
                             for WAN interface; Operable over UTP, CPEV, TIV, SH and Interphone Cable.
                             10/100BaseT ports (Auto Sensing): RJ-45 connectors; two-pair Category 3, 4, or 5 unshielded twisted-
                             pair (UTP) cabling (Category 3,4 supports only 10Mbps)
                             Clock management ports: RJ-45 type.
                             Management console port: 8-pin RJ-45 connector, Serial cable with RJ-45-to-DB9 adaptor for PC

Power Connectors             Customers can provide power to a switch by using Power Supply. The connectors are located at the
                             back of the switch.
                             The power supply is an auto-ranging unit.
                             The power supply supports input voltages between 100 and 240 VAC.
                             Use the supplied AC power cord to connect the AC power connector to an AC power outlet.
                             AC/DC Power Converter needs when using AC power. (See Ordering Guide)
                             DC inlet (Terminal Type) used for DC power supply. (Located in rear side)
                             Use two-power supply for power redundancy. (AC/DC Power Converter)

Fault Tolerance              Redundant SPC and Power supplies (AC/DC Power Converter only)
                             Hot-swappable media modules

Mean Time Between Failure    50,000 Hours (estimated)

Power Specifications

Description                  Specification

Power consumption            900 W (maximum) 3,000 BTUs per hour

AC input voltage/frequency   100 to 240 VAC (auto-ranging), 50 to 60 Hz                              Release 1.2 (2002/09/23)                                                       4
DC Input Voltages             -48V @ 18.75 A

Physical and Environmental Specifications

Description                   Specification

Dimensions and (H x W x D)    19 inch Rack Mountable.
                              53.5 x 44 x 33 cm. (21.1 x 17.3 x 13 in)
                              12 rack-unit (RU) high

Weight                        43 kg (94.8 lb) fully configured, 16 kg (35.3 lb) (Backplane only), 1.5 kg (3.3lb) (Interface card).

LED                           System status (MPC): MASTER/SLAVE, PWR (Power) and RUN
                              Gigabit port Ethernet: LNK (Link) and ACT (Active)
                              Ethernet port status: ACT (Activity) and 100Mbps
                              ADSL port status: PWR (Power) and ALM (Alarm) and ADSL Link
                              SHDSL port status: PWR (Power) and ALM (Alarm) and ADSL Link
                              VDSL port status: PWR (Power) and ALM (Alarm) and ADSL Link

Operating temperature         0 to 50°C (32 to 122°F)

Storage temperature           -30 to 75°C (-22 to 167°F) (estimated)

Operating relative humidity   5 to 90% (non-condensing)

Operating altitude            Up to 3,000 m (9,842 ft) (estimated)

Storage altitude              Up to 4,000 m (13,123 ft) (estimated)

                              Not intended for use on top of desktops or in open office environments

Regulatory Certifications and Approvals

Description                   Specification

Standards                     ADSL line interface:
                                   ANSI T1.413 issue2
                                   ITU-T G.992.1 (G.dmt), G.992.2 (G.lite) Annex A/B/C
                                        Data Rate:
                                            Annex A
                                              Up to 8 Mbps (Downstream speed range at S=1)
                                              Up to 11 Mbps (Downstream speed range at S=1/2)
                                              Up to 1 Mbps (Upstream speed range)
                                            Annex B
                                              Up to 8 Mbps (Downstream speed range at S=1)
                                              Up to 8.5 Mbps (Downstream speed range at S=1/2)
                                              Up to 1 Mbps (Upstream speed range)                               Release 1.2 (2002/09/23)                                                              5
                                         Annex C
                                           Up to 8 Mbps (Downstream speed range at S=1, DBM)
                                           Up to 10 Mbps (Downstream speed range at S=1/2, DBM)
                                           Up to 1 Mbps (Upstream speed range, DBM)
                        SHDSL line interface:
                            ITU-T G.991.2 (G.SHDSL)
                                  Line Code: TC-PAM
                                  Data Rate: Up to 2.3 Mbps (Up/Down stream) (2 wire mode)
                                              Up to 4.6 Mbps (Up/Down stream) (4 wire mode)
                                  Distance: Non attenuation of 3 Km, up to 8 Km @ 26AWG
                        VDSL line interface
                             Reference to ETSI/ANSI/ITU VDSL standard.
                               Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (QAM)
                               QAM 4 ~ QAM 256 configurable
                             Duplexing scheme
                                  Frequency Division Duplexing (FDD)
                            Power back-off algorithm
                        IEEE 802.1d Spanning-Tree Protocol (STP)
                        IEEE 802.1q VLAN (VLAN tagging)
                        IEEE 802.3 10BaseT specification
                        IEEE 802.3u 100BaseTX specification
                        IEEE 802.3x full duplex on 10BaseT, 100BaseTX, and 1000BaseT ports (Flow Control)
                        RMON I standards (4 Groups: statistics, history, alarm, events)
                        Extended RMON
                        SNMPv1 and SNMPv2c

Safety Certifications   UL (planned)
                        CE (planned)
                        FCC Part 15 (planned)
                        FCC Part 68 (planned)
                        VCCI (planned)
                        CCC (planned)
                        A-tick (planned)

Software Management

VLAN                    Supports port, overlapping and IEEE 802.1q Tag VLAN
                        Spanning Tree and Multicast per VLAN

Routing                 Wire speed packet forwarding
                        Wire speed packet filtering
                        Static Routing                           Release 1.2 (2002/09/23)                                         6
                                  Standard protocols: RIP v1/v2

System Configuration              Command Line Interface (CLI): Same as in/out-band management
                                  Local: RS-232 console port (For out-band management)
                                  Remote: Telnet and Web (For in-band management)

Management and Security           MPC and SPC:
                                      Management protocol: SNMP, RMON and MIB-II
                                      Remote software upgrade using TFTP or via Network Management Software
                                      System log file (Useful for configuration and error information)
                                      Remote Access List: List of the hosts that can connect with the system
                                      Password Authentication (PAP/CHAP)
                                  CPE Management:
                                      Port Filtering: Port blocking
                                      Max CPE: Restriction of maximum CPE at each DSL ports
                                      MAC Filtering: Limitation of number of MAC addresses or source MAC address per port
                                      IP Filtering
                                      DHCP Filtering: Prevent damage cause by unauthorized private DHCP Server operating
                                      NetBeui and NetBIOS Filtering
                                      Static IP chain: Prohibits illegal IP address usage of subscribers
                                      Access Control List

Multicast and Multicast Routing   IGMP snooping V2.0

Reliability                       Physical: CPU and Power Redundancy

Authentication and Accounting     PPP Termination

Internet Access Service           Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
                                  DHCP Server and Relay
                                  PPPoE/PPP server
                                  NTP (Network Time Protocol)

EMS                               Equipment Management System: Java based equipment management system
                                  Operating System: Solaris, Linux, Windows (98/2000/XP) which supporting JAVA VM

IETF Standards                    RFC 768 UDP
                                  RFC 791 IP
                                  RFC 792 ICMP
                                  RFC 826 ARP
                                  RFC 768 UDP
                                  RFC 783 TFTPv2
                                  RFC 793 TCP
                                  RFC 826 ARP
                                  RFC 854 Telnet
                                  RFC 1058 RIP v1
                                  RFC 1157 SNMPv1
                                  RFC 1256 ICMP Router Discover Message
                                  RFC 1332 PPP IPCP
                                  RFC 1349 Type of Service in the Internet Protocol Suite                                     Release 1.2 (2002/09/23)                                               7
                           RFC 1483 Multiprotocol Encapsulation over ATM Adaptation Layer 5
                           RFC 1519 CIDR: an Address Assignment and Aggregation Strategy
                           RFC 1542 Clarifications and Extensions for the Bootstrap Protocol
                           RFC 1552 PPP IPXCP
                           RFC 1570 PPP LCP Extensions
                           RFC 1638 PPP BCP
                           RFC 1661 PPP
                           RFC 1662 PPP in HDLC-like Framing
                           RFC 1723 RIP v2
                           RFC 1812 Router Requirements
                           RFC 1962 PPP CCP
                           RFC 1974 PPP Stac LZS Compression Protocol
                           RFC 1990 PPP ML P
                           RFC 1994 PPP CHAP
                           RFC 2118 Microsoft Point-To-Point Compression protocol
                           RFC 2131 DHCP
                           RFC 2236 Internet Group Management Protocol, Version 2
                           RFC 2236 IGMP-2
                           RFC 2364 PPP over AAL5
                           RFC 2391 LSNAT Load Sharing using IP Network Address Translation
                           RFC 2453 RIPv2
                           RFC 2516 A Method for Transmitting PPP Over Ethernet (PPPoE)
                           RFC 2519 A Framework for Inter-Domain Route Aggregation
                           RFC 2573 SNMP Applications

Management Standards and   CORECESS-BASIC-MIB
Management MIB             CORECESS-SMI
                           CORECESS 6800 MIB
                           RFC 1213 MIB-II
                           RFC 1354 IP Forwarding MIB
                           RFC 1724 RIP v2 MIB
                           RFC 1471 PPP-LCP-MI
                           RFC 1472 PPP-SEC-MIB
                           RFC 1473 PPP-IP-NCP-MIB
                           RFC 1474 PPP-BRIDGE-NCP-MIB
                           RFC 1493 BRIDGE-MIB
                           RFC 1757 RMON-MIB
                           RFC 1907 SNMPv2-MIB
                           RFC 2011 IP-MIB
                           RFC 2012 UDP-MIB
                           RFC 2096 IP-FORWARD-MIB
                           RFC 2233 IF-MIB                          Release 1.2 (2002/09/23)                             8
Ordering Information
Corecess 6800 Base Configuration

                           2+16 slot chassis (2-slot for Processor modules with 1+1 protection and 16-slot for modules);
                           Chassis, Backplane, One Fan Trays, Rack Mount Kit, Console cable included; Two DC -48V power inlet only

Corecess 6800 Processor Modules

                           Main Processor card for Corecess 6800,1 clock synchronizing port for Annex C application, 2 Gigabit Ethernet

                           ports for uplink and cascade;
                           Management Interface (One Ethernet and One RS 232), provides simple management and control features not

                           switching and packet processing;

Modules for the Corecess 6800

6800-ALC-24A               24-port ADSL Line card for Annex A

6800-ALC-24B               24-port ADSL Line card for Annex B

6800-ALC-24C               24-port ADSL Line card for Annex A & C

6800-SLC-24                24-port SHDSL Line card

6800-VLC-16                16-port VDSL Line card

6800-VLC-24                24-port VDSL Line card

FAN Trays for the Corecess 6800

6800-FAN                   Spare Fan tray for the Corecess 6800

Power supplies for the Corecess 6800

6800-PWR-CON               AC/DC Power Converter for the Corecess 6800 and Corecess 6804

6800-PWR-PDP               Power Distribution Panel for the Corecess 6800 and Corecess 6804

Manuals for the Corecess 6800

Corecess 6800-Man-Kor      Manual in Korean for the Corecess 6800

Corecess 6800-Man-Eng      Manual in English for the Corecess 6800

AC Power Codes

CAB-COS-US                 AC Power Supply Cord, US (type B)

CAB-COS-AU                 AC Power Supply Cord, Australia (Type I)

CAB-COS-EU                 AC Power Supply Cord, Europe (Type F) - Germany, Spain, Sweden, Finland etc.

CAB-COS-JP                 AC Power Supply Cord, Japan (Type B)

CAB-COS-UK                 AC Power Supply Cord, UK and HK (Type G)

CAB-COS-KR                 AC Power Supply Cord, Korea (Type F)

CAB-COS-US1                AC Power Supply Cord for modem, US (type A)                                     Release 1.2 (2002/09/23)                                                     9
CAB-COS-AU1                 AC Power Supply Cord for modem, Australia (Type I, same shape but different size and spec)

CAB-COS-EU1                 AC Power Supply Cord for modem, Europe (Type C but different that of Korea C type) - exclude UK, Italy

CAB-COS-JP1                 AC Power Supply Cord for modem, Japan (Type A but different that of US because of different Pin Size)

CAB-COS-UK1                 AC Power Supply Cord, UK (Type G but different spec of general G type)

CAB-COS-KR1                 AC Power Supply Cord for modem, Korea (Type C)

Splitters for the DSLAMs (DSLlinX series DSLAM, Corecess 6800, Corecess 6804)

MSCA-SP24                   24 Port ADSL Splitter Card

MSCV-SP24                   24 Port VDSL Splitter Card

MSCV-SP24J                  24 port VDSL Splitter card for Japan

MS432CA-SLF                 18 Card Splitter shelf

MS96CA-SLF                  4 Card Splitter shelf

MS48CA-SLF                  2 Card Splitter shelf

Cable Assemblies for the DSLAM and DSLAM Splitters

MS432CA-MCBL30              Telco-RJ11 cable 3M

MS432CA-SCBL10              Single cable 1M

MS432CA-SCBL20              Single cable 2M

MS432CA-SCBL30              Single cable 3M

MS432CA-SCBL40              Single cable 4M

MS432CA-SCON                Single cable connector

MS432CA-YCBL10              Y cable 1M

MS432CA-YCBL20              Y cable 2M

MS432CA-YCBL30              Y cable 3M

MS432CA-YCBL40              Y cable 4M

MS432CA-YCBL50              Y cable 5M

MS432CA-TCBL20              T cable 2M

MS432CA-TCBL30              T cable 3M

MS432CA-TCBL40              T cable 4M

MS432CA-ICBL20              I cable 2M

MS432CA-ICBL30              I cable 3M

MS432CA-ICBL40              I cable 4M

Product note (Corecess 6800):

1. See the Manuals section and Accessories section for product manual, clock distributor for Annex C application, splitter and cable

assemblies, spare FAN tray, and power options for AC application.                                      Release 1.2 (2002/09/23)                                                       10
2. The Corecess 6800 base configuration does not include modules. Modules must be ordered separately.                                     Release 1.2 (2002/09/23)                           11

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