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10-Gigabit Ethernet IQ2 PIC with XFP

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Software release
  • JUNOS 8.0R3 and later (Type 3)
  • One 10-Gigabit Ethernet port
  • Power requirements: 1.2 A @48 V (56 W)
Hardware features
  • High-performance throughput
  • WAN-PHY mode at 9.953 Gbps
  • LAN-PHY mode at 10.3125 Gbps
  • Full-duplex mode
  • Large maximum transmission units (MTUs) of up to 9192 bytes
Software features
  • Quality of service (QoS) per channel: weighted round-robin (WRR), random early detection (RED), weighted random early detection (WRED)
  • Configurable WAN-PHY mode options:
    • loopback
    • mpls
    • path-trace
    • trigger
  • Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP) support
  • Hierarchical shaping
  • Fine-grained queueing and shaping per logical interface at both ingress and egress
  • 802.1q virtual LANs (VLANs)
  • VLAN stacking and rewriting
  • Channels defined by two stacked VLAN tags
  • Multiple tag protocol identifiers (TPID) support
  • IP service for nonstandard TPID and stacked VLAN tags
  • 802.1p rewrite per channel
  • Flexible mapping of channels and scheduler resources at both ingress and egress
  • Flexible Ethernet encapsulation
  • MAC learning, policing, accounting, and filtering
Cables and connectors
  • You can install any transceiver supported by the PIC. For information about installing and removing transceivers, see the PIC and Transceiver Installation Instructions.
  • Fiber-optic 10-gigabit small form-factor pluggable (XFP) transceivers:
    • Duplex LC/PC connector (Rx and Tx)
    • Optical interface support—See Table 20
LEDsOK LED, one tricolor:
  • Off—PIC is offline and safe to remove from the router.
  • Green—PIC is operating normally.
  • Amber—PIC is initializing.
  • Red—PIC has an error or failure.

APP LED, one:
  • Off—Monitoring application is not running
  • Green—Monitoring application is running under acceptable load
  • Amber—Monitoring application is overloaded

Link Status LED, one:
  • Off—Port is down
  • Green—Port is online. Link is established

Table 20: Optical Interface for 10-Gigabit Ethernet IQ2 PICs

Parameter10-GBase-S 10-GBase-L 10-GBase-E 10-GBase-Z
Transceiver model numberXFP-10G-SXFP-10G-L-OC192-SR1 XFP-10G-E-OC192-IR2XFP-10G-Z-OC192-LR2
Optical interfaceMultimode Single-mode Single-mode Single-mode
Transceiver typeXFPXFPXFPXFP
StandardIEEE 802.3ae—2002IEEE 802.3ae—2002IEEE 802.3ae—2002Multivendor agreement
Maximum distance50/125 MMF cable, 2000 MHz-km: 984 feet/300 m
50/125 MMF cable, 500 MHz-km: 269 feet/82 m
50/125 MMF cable, 400 MHz-km: 217 feet/66 m
62.5/125 MMF cable, 200 MHz-km: 108 feet/33 m
62.5/125 MMF cable, 160 MHz-km: 85 feet/26 m
9/125 SMF cable: 6.2 miles/10 km9/125 SMF cable: 24.8 miles/40 km: Distances greater than 30 km are considered to be engineered links. 9/125 SMF cable: 49.6 miles/80 km
Transmitter wavelength840 nm through 860  nm1260 through 1355 nm1530 through 1565 nm1530 through 1565 nm
Average launch power–4.5 through –1 dBm–8.2 through 0.5 dBm–4.7 through 4 dBm0 through 4 dBm
Average receive power–9.9 through –1.0  dBm–14.4 through 0.5  dBm–15.8 through –1.0  dBm–24.0 through –7.0  dBm
Receiver saturation–1.0 dBm0.5 dBm–1.0 dBm–7 dBm
Receiver sensitivity–9.9 dBm–14.4  dBm–15.8  dBm–24 dBm

To avoid damage to the 80-km XFP receiver (XFP-10G-Z-OC192-LR2), we recommend:
  • Use 12 dB of in-line attenuation at 1550 nm for loopback or point-to-point testing.
  • When deploying into active links, measure the incoming fiber receive optical power to make sure it is below –7 dBm at 1550 nm before connecting to the receiver.

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