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8-channel GbE over SDH/SONET plug-in card with swtich (8GESW)

8GESW supports Ethernet services over SDH/SONET networks (EoS) and LAN bridging including EPL (E-line mode), EVPL (Virtual E-line mode), and EPLAN (E-LAN mode). 8GESW supports eight Gigabit Ethernet ports and L2 switch functions.

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8GESW is a high-speed card for O9500R series, and is specifically designed to transport Ethernet services over SDH/SONET networks (EoS). Customer LAN bridging types supported by 8GESW include EPL (E-line mode), EVPL (Virtual E-line mode), and EPLAN (E-LAN mode). Bridged traffic is encapsulated in SDH/SONET frames via framing protocols (GFP-F, LAPS, or BCP) and Virtual Concatenation (VCAT).

8GESW supports eight Gigabit Ethernet ports and a range of standard L2 switch functions, including VLAN, Q-in-Q, MAC learning, MSTP/RSTP, CoS and QoS, and etc.

An 8GESW’s total bandwidth for SDH/SONET transportation is either STM-4/OC-12 or STM-16/OC-48*. Dual 8GESW cards can be mounted simultaneously to achieve card-level protection. Working card failure will trigger protection switch to the backup card without any traffic interruption. SDH/SONET paths can also be protected by SNCP/UPSR ring protection scheme.

  • High-speed (HS) interface card for O9500R
  • Hot-pluggable and software configurable
  • Eight GbE LAN ports
    • Four SFP optical ports with ALS
    • Four electrical ports
    • LED indicators for port and card status
  • Jumbo Frame up to 9600 bytes
  • Ethernet over SDH/SONET (EoS) technology
    • Virtual Concatenation (VCAT) and VCG
    • Framing/Encapsulation
      • GFP (G.7041)
      • LAPS
      • BCP Layer 2 (RFC2615)
    • LCAS (G.7042) or non-LCAS
  • Ethernet Virtual Circuit (EVC) service types
    • 4 EPL
    • 8 EVPL via Q-in-Q
    • E-LAN via max.1024 VLANs and 48 VCGs
  • Layer 2 switch
    • MAC Learning
    • MSTP, RSTP
    • Link Aggregation(Trunking)
    • IGMP Snooping
    • QoS
      • CoS or DSCP for priority mapping
      • Per-port 2-rate-3-color or 1-rate-3-color
      • 8 queues per port
      • Strict Priority or WRR for queue scheduling
  • 622Mb/s backplane

 

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