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SONET/SDH OC48c/STM16 PICs with SFP

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Software release
  • JUNOS 6.2 and later
Description
  • Four OC48 ports
  • Power requirement: 0.86 A @ 48 V (41.4 W)
Hardware features
  • Multiplexing and demultiplexing on the 1-port PIC
  • Rate policing on input
  • Rate shaping on output
  • Packet buffering, Layer 2 parsing
Software features
  • Optical diagnostics and related alarms
  • Configuration of SONET or SDH framing on a per-port basis (JUNOS Release 8.1 and later)
  • SONET/SDH framing
  • Link aggregation
  • Alarm and event counting and detection
  • Dual-router automatic protection switching (APS)
  • Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) fast reroute
  • Encapsulations:
    • Circuit cross-connect (CCC)
    • Translational cross-connect (TCC)
    • Frame Relay
    • High-Level Data Link Control (HDLC)
    • Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP)
Cables and connectorsYou can install any transceiver supported by the PIC. For information about installing and removing transceivers, see the PIC and Transceiver Installation Instructions.
  • Duplex LC/PC connector (Rx and Tx)
  • Optical interface support—See Table 30
To extend the life of the laser, when a PIC is not being actively used with any valid links, take the PIC offline until you are ready to establish a link to another device. For information about taking a PIC offline, see the request chassis pic offline command in the JUNOS System Basics and Services Command Reference.
LEDsOne tricolor per port:
  • Off—Not enabled
  • Green—Online with no alarms or failures
  • Amber—Online with alarms for remote failures
  • Red—Active with a local alarm; router has detected a failure
Alarms, errors, and events
  • SONET alarms:
    • Alarm indication signal—line (AIS-L)
    • Alarm indication signal—path (AIS-P)
    • Bit error rate—signal degrade (BERR-SD)
    • Bit error rate—signal fail (BERR-SF)
    • Bit interleaved parity (BIP) error B1, B2, B3
    • Far-end bit error: remote error indication—line (REI-L), far-end line coding violations (CV-LFE)
    • Far-end bit error: remote error indication—path (REI-P), far-end path coding violations (CV-PFE)
    • Loss of frame (LOF)
    • Loss of pointer (LOP-P)
    • Loss of signal (LOS)
    • Payload label mismatch (PLM-P)
    • Payload unequipped (unequipped STS at path level) (UNEQ-P)
    • Remote defect indication—line (RDI-L)
    • Remote defect indication—path (RDI-P)
  • SDH alarms:
    • Administrative unit alarm indication signal (AU-AIS)
    • Bit error rate signal degrade (BERR-SD)
    • Bit error rate signal fail (BERR-SF)
    • Bit interleaved parity (BIP) error B1, B2, B3
    • Higher order path—payload label mismatch (HP-PLM)
    • Higher order path—loss of pointer (HP-LOP)
    • Higher order path—remote defect indication (HP-RDI)
    • Higher order path—unequipped (HP-UNEQ)
    • Loss of frame (LOF)
    • Loss of signal (LOS)
    • Multiplex section—alarm indication signal (MS-AIS)
    • Multiplex section—remote defect indication (MS-RDI)
    • Multiplex section—remote error indication (MS-REI)
  • Error detection:
    • Errored seconds (ES-S, ES-L, ES-P)
    • Far-end errored seconds (ES-LFE, ES-PFE)
    • Far-end severely errored seconds (SES-LFE, SES-PFE)
    • Far-end unavailable seconds (UAS-LFE, UAS-PFE)
    • Severely errored framing (SEF)
    • Severely errored framing seconds (SEFS-S)
    • Severely errored seconds (SES-S, SES-L, SES-P)
    • Unavailable seconds (UAS-L, UAS-P)

Table 30: Optical Interface Support for SONET/SDH OC48c/STM16 PICs with SFP

ParameterShort Reach (SR) Intermediate Reach (IR) Long Reach (LR)
Optical interfaceSingle-mode Single-mode Single-mode; compatible with 1550-nm single-mode LR
Transceiver typeSFPSFPSFP
Maximum distanceSMF cable: 1.24 miles/2 kmSMF cable: 9.3 miles/15 kmSMF cable: 49.71 miles/80 km
StandardTelcordia GR-253 Telcordia GR-253 Telcordia GR-253—L-16.3
Transmitter wavelength1266 through 1360 nm1260 through 1360 nm 1500 through 1580 nm
Average launch power–10 through –3 dBm–5 through 0 dBm–2 through +3 dBm
Receiver saturation–3 dBm0 dBm–9 dBm
Receiver sensitivity–18 dBm–18 dBm–28 dBm

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