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Cisco NCS 2000 Service Line Cards Data Sheet

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The Cisco NCS 2000 supports a wide variety of service line cards to efficiently aggregate and transport nearly any client signal over a metro, regional, or long haul DWDM infrastructure, and offers full compatibility with Cisco ONS 15454 MSTP line cards.

Cisco NCS 2000 100-Gbps Coherent DWDM Trunk Card with CPAK Client Interface

The Cisco NCS 2000 supports a trunk card that delivers DWDM transmission using a coherent polarization-multiplexed differential quadrature phase shift keying (CP-DQPSK) modulation scheme. The NCS 2000 100-Gbps Coherent DWDM Trunk Card with CPAK client interface (Figure 1) simplifies the integration and transport of 100 Gigabit Ethernet and Optical Transport Unit 4 (OTU-4) interfaces and services into enterprises and service provider optical networks.

Continuing Cisco’s innovation in 100 Gigabit technology, Cisco nLight silicon now extends to the client-facing interface through the Cisco CPAK pluggable transceiver. The extremely compact dimensions and low power consumption of CPAK enable a single-slot 100 Gigabit Ethernet coherent DWDM line card with a standards-based 100GBASE-LR4 client interface, resulting in a superb system density of one 100 Gigabit Ethernet transponder per rack unit.

Figure 1.      Cisco NCS 2000 100-Gbps Coherent DWDM Trunk Card with CPAK Client Interface

Challenge and Solution

With advanced modulation schemes, the ability to transmit 100-Gbps wavelengths on existing or new DWDM systems improves return on investment (ROI) by increasing the overall capacity per fiber pair without affecting the unregenerated transmission distance supported by the system. Scaling from 10 to 40 Gbps and now 100 Gbps increases by a factor of 10 the bandwidth that can be transported over existing fiber networks. The 100 Gigabit Ethernet CP-DQPSK modulation supports 9.6-Tbps capacity transmission over ultra-long-haul (ULH) networks of up to 4500 km of unregenerated optical spans. The Cisco NCS 2000 100-Gbps Coherent DWDM Trunk Card with CPAK client interface is designed to provide the following benefits:

   Transport of 100-Gbps wavelengths over fully uncompensated networks, up to 4500 km of unregenerated optical spans

   Transport at 100 Gbps over very-low-quality fiber with very high Polarization Mode Dispersion (PMD)

   Support for up to ninety-six 100-Gbps wavelengths (50-GHz channel spacing) with very high tolerance to filtering penalties

   Improved system density of 100-Gbps transponders with a 100GBASE-LR4 client interface

   Support for different configurations (transponder, muxponder, or regenerator) through software provisioning only

Product Features and Benefits

The Cisco NCS 2000 100-Gbps Coherent DWDM Trunk Card with CPAK client interface is a plug-in module for the NCS 2000 Series, providing a cost-effective architecture for delivering 100-Gbps services. The card also features a pluggable client interface that can provide transponder capabilities, mapping the client signal to a single DWDM line interface. The client port supports the Cisco CPAK pluggable transceiver. The Cisco CPAK pluggable is available in two variants providing IEEE-compliant 100GBASE-SR10 and 100GBASE-LR4 optical interfaces. Interworking with CXP and CFP 100 Gigabit Ethernet transceivers is supported. Please refer to the Cisco CPAK 100GBASE Modules Data Sheet for additional information.

Figure 2.      Cisco CPAK 100GBASE-LR4 Module (left) 100GBASE-SR10 Module (right)

The card features a software-configurable baud rate between 27.952 and 31.241 Gbaud depending on Forward Error Correction (FEC) selection, as well as a G.709v3 OTU-4 wrapped, ITU-compliant, 50-GHz spaced optical interface using LC connectors. The DWDM output line interface is tunable to 96 wavelengths across the full optical C-band. When operated within the outlined specifications, the trunk card can operate with a post-FEC bit error rate (BER) of better than 10E-15.

The trunk card provides many carrier-class features and advanced capabilities necessary to deliver 100-Gbps services, including protocol transparency, wavelength tunability, flexible protection mechanisms, flow-through timing, and management and performance-monitoring capabilities.

Enhanced Forward Error Correction Capability

The Cisco NCS 2000 100-Gbps Coherent DWDM Trunk Card can support FEC mechanisms on trunk and client interfaces. The trunk port supports three software-configurable FEC coding options, which cannot be disabled:

   Generic FEC (GFEC) is a Standard G.975 Reed-Solomon algorithm with 7-percent overhead (OH).

   Ultra FEC (UFEC) is a standard G.975.1 (Subclause I.7) with 20-percent overhead. This FEC scheme uses two orthogonally concatenated BCH Enhanced FEC (EFEC) codes. The constructed code is decoded iteratively to rebuild the original frame.

   High-Gain FEC (HG-FEC) has 7 percent overhead, providing better performance than standard G.975.1 7-percent-overhead FEC. Because of the reduced overhead and lower bit rate, HG-FEC is suitable for applications where 100-Gbps wavelengths are passing through a large number of ROADM nodes with limited pass-band performance.

The client port supports the standard G.975 Reed-Solomon FEC algorithm, which can be enabled or disabled through software configuration.

Advanced Modulation Scheme

The Cisco ONS 15454 100-Gbps Coherent DWDM Trunk Card features an advanced modulation scheme to provide optical performance significantly better than industry-standard 10-Gbps equivalent interfaces. Cisco selected a CP-DQPSK modulation format to optimize 100-Gbps transmission in terms of Optical signal-to-noise ratio (OSNR), CD, and PMD robustness.

Trunk-Card Versions

Two versions of the Cisco NCS 2000 100-Gbps Coherent DWDM Trunk Card with CPAK client interface are offered to support different application requirements:

   An extended-performance version offering full performance targeting ULH applications where the network is optimized for CP-DQPSK transmission (no 10-Gbps channels or dispersion compensation units [DCUs])

   A metro edge performance version with differential mode only (CP-DQPSK), cost-optimized for metropolitan application and 10-Gbps installed networks

Protocol Transparency

The Cisco NCS 2000 100-Gbps Coherent DWDM Trunk Card can transparently deliver 100-Gbps point-to-point services cost-effectively for the Cisco NCS 2000 MSTP platform. Table 19 shows transponder client configurations and mapping.

Table 1.       Transponder Client Configurations and Mapping

Client

Mapping

Trunk

Format

Rate (Gbps)

Format

Rate with 7% GFEC or HG-FEC OH (Gbps)

Rate with 20% UFEC
OH (Gbps)

100GE LAN-PHY

103.125

Bit transparent through standard G.709v3 mapping

OTU-4

111.809

124.964

OTU-4

111.809

Transparent G.709 standard

Wavelength Tunability

The trunk card supports software-provisionable tunability across the full C-band, covering 96 channels on the 50-GHz grid. Tunability provides flexibility and reconfigurability of services transported on ROADM-based networks, and also allows ordering and inventory of a single part for deployment and sparing.

Flexible Protection Mechanism Support

The trunk card supports multiple protection mechanisms commonly used in optical transport networks. Table 20 outlines the available protection options and the associated service-level agreements (SLAs) that can be provided.

Table 2.       Protection Formats

Protection Type

Capabilities

Unprotected

There is no client terminal interface, transponder card, or DWDM line protection.

The client signal is transported over a single unprotected transponder card or optical path.

1 + 1

Protection is provided for the client terminal interface, transponder card, and DWDM line through client Automatic Protection Switching (APS) or Linear Multiplex Section Protection (LMSP) signaling transported transparently over the transponder card or optical path.

Protection is provided through client line or path through transparent signal transport through a transponder circuit.

Optical Channel (OCH)-trail

Protection is provided for DWDM signals through external optical switch units: Protection Switch Module (PSM).

Y-cable

Protection is provided for transponder equipment without protection for the client terminal equipment interface. A single client interface is split to two transponder cards using a Y-cable module.

Flow-Through Timing

The Cisco NCS 2000 100-Gbps Coherent DWDM Trunk Card with CPAK client interface allows timing to flow through from client to line optical interface. The received timing from the client interface is used to time the line transmitter interface. This flow-through timing allows you to place multiple trunk cards in the same shelf but be independently timed, independent of the network element timing.

Management

The Cisco NCS 2000 provides comprehensive management capabilities to support OAM&P capabilities through the integrated Cisco Transport Controller craft Interface with support from the Cisco Prime optical element management system. The trunk card features provisionable digital wrapper (G.709) functions, providing per-wavelength performance-management capabilities, especially for services transported transparently across the network. The generic communication channel (GCC) of the digital wrapper provides a separate communications channel on a per-wavelength basis to be used by the platform when transparent signals are transported. GCC allows the Cisco NCS 2000 to extend its advanced network autodiscovery capabilities to DWDM-based services. The integrated Cisco Transport Controller craft manager and Cisco Prime Optical provide OAM&P functions for the system.

Far-End-Laser-Off Behavior

The Cisco NCS 2000 100-Gbps Coherent DWDM Trunk Card with CPAK client interface can provision the far-end-laser-off behavior when SONET/SDH payloads are present. You can use Cisco Transport Controller to configure how the remote client interface will behave following a fault condition. You also can configure the remote client to Squelch or to send an Alarm Indication Signal (AIS). For 100 Gigabit Ethernet signals, the default behavior is Squelching.

Performance Monitoring

The Cisco NCS 2000 100-Gbps Coherent DWDM Trunk Card with CPAK client interface supports both transparent and non-transparent signal transport performance monitoring. The digital wrapper channel is monitored according to G.709 Optical Transport Network (OTN) and G.8021 standards. Performance monitoring of optical parameters on the client and DWDM line interface includes Loss of Signal (LOS), laser bias current, and transmit and receive optical power. Calculation and accumulation of the performance-monitoring data are supported in 15-minute and 24-hour intervals as per G.7710.

Physical system parameters measured at the wavelength level, such as mean polarization mode dispersion, accumulated chromatic dispersion, and received optical signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) are also included in the set of performance-monitoring parameters. These parameters can greatly simplify troubleshooting operations and enhance the set of data that you can collect directly from the equipment.

The trunk card incorporates faceplate-mounted LEDs to provide a quick visual check of the operational status of the card. An orange circle is printed on the faceplate, indicating the shelf slot in which you can install the card.

A specific configuration of the client supports an IP-over-DWDM (IPoDWDM) proactive protection trigger over the CPAK interface, for support of pre-FEC fast re-route (FRR) on Cisco routers and switches utilizing grey interfaces.

Regeneration Application

The Cisco NCS 2000 100-Gbps Coherent DWDM Trunk Card with CPAK client interface supports OTU-4 regeneration capabilities. You can configure two cards to work in back-to-back mode connecting through the backplane in the same shelf, and perform the OTN Optical-Electrical-Optical (OEO) regeneration of the frame.

Both 100 Gigabit Ethernet and OTU-4 clients are supported. Regeneration capability uses the OTU-4 backplane interconnection supported by the Cisco NCS 2006 or NCS 2002 chassis; OTU-4 overhead is terminated, allowing ODU-4 traffic to transparently pass through. GCC0 is properly terminated, while GCC1 and GCC2 are passed through. No CPAK client is required, because communication between the two cards acting as a regeneration group is supported through the chassis backplane.

You can enable an IPoDWDM configuration in the regeneration configuration to support proactive protection messaging between IPoDWDM router interfaces. If failure occurs on one side, ODUk Alarm Indication Signal (ODUk-AIS) is generated and propagated on the other side while an OTUk Backwards Defect Indicator (OTUk-BDI) is sent back on the same side as defined by the ITU G.709 standard.

Figure 3.      OTU-4 Regeneration Configuration in a Cisco NCS 2002 Chassis

10-Port 10-Gbps Line Card Configuration

The Cisco NCS 2000 100-Gbps Coherent DWDM Trunk Card with CPAK client interface card can be coupled with the Cisco ONS 15454 10-Port 10-Gbps Line Card to support 10-port 10-Gbps muxponder capability. You can connect the Cisco NCS 2000 100-Gbps Coherent DWDM Trunk Card with CPAK client interface through the Cisco NCS 2006 or NCS 2002 backplane (no client CPAK required) with the Cisco ONS 15454 10-Port 10-Gbps Line Card to provide OTN multiplexing of 10 ports of 10-Gbps data streams into a single 100-Gbps DWDM OTU-4 wavelength (Figure 4).

Supported client signals are any combination of 10 Gigabit Ethernet LAN-PHY, 10 Gigabit Ethernet WAN-PHY, OC-192, STM-64, 10-Gbps, and 8-Gbps Fibre Channel (FICON) or OTU-2 data rates. Please refer to the Cisco ONS 15454 10-Port 10-Gbps Line Card data sheet for additional information.

Figure 4.      Three 10-Port 10-Gbps Muxponder Applications in an NCS 2006 Chassis

2-Port CFP 40-Gbps Muxponder Application

The Cisco NCS 2000 100-Gbps Coherent DWDM Trunk Card with CPAK client interface can be coupled with the Cisco ONS 15454 2-Port CFP Line Card to support two ports of 40-Gbps muxponder capability in a CFP configuration. You can connect the trunk card through the Cisco NCS 2006 backplane with the 2-port CFP line card to provide OTN multiplexing of the two ports of 40-Gbps data streams into a single 100-Gbps DWDM OTU-4 wavelength.

Alternatively, when configured as 100GBASE-SR-10, the CPAK client interface can multiplex two 40GBASE-SR4 signals directly on the trunk card, without the need for the CFP line card.

Supported client signals are any mix and combination of 40 Gigabit Ethernet LAN-PHY or OTU-3 data rates. Please refer to the Cisco ONS 15454 2-Port CFP Line Card data sheet for additional information.

Cisco 100-Gbps LR4 Transponder Application

The Cisco NCS 2000 100-Gbps Coherent DWDM Trunk Card with CPAK client interface provides a very efficient single-slot solution using the CPAK LR4 pluggable transceiver as the 100GBASE-LR4 interface. Supported client signals are 100 Gigabit Ethernet LAN-PHY or OTU-4 data rates.

Licensing Approach

The Cisco NCS 2000 100-Gbps Coherent DWDM Trunk Card with CPAK client interface includes the ability to cost-effectively transport 10-Gbps services through a pay-as-you-grow licensing model for the 10-port 10-Gbps muxponder configuration. A licensed version of the Cisco NCS 2000 100-Gbps Coherent DWDM Trunk Card with CPAK client interface works in conjunction with a licensed version of the Cisco ONS 15454 10-Port 10-Gbps Line Card, offering a cost-effective solution for aggregation and transport of 10-Gbps services. These two cards can work only in this configuration. Additional 10-Gbps services will be provided by mounting a 10-Gbps license through software key distribution. You can add up to nine additional 10-Gbps licenses to the Cisco NCS 2000 100-Gbps Coherent DWDM Trunk Card with CPAK client interface (only one is provided in the initial configuration).

To simplify spares management, it is also possible to upgrade the licensed version of the trunk card to full functions.

Table 3 lists supported software licenses.

Table 3.       Supported Software Licenses

License Part Number

License Description

Card Applicability

Card Description

15454-M-LIC-10G=

One-Port 10-Gb License for 100-Gb muxponder

15454-M-10X10-LIC=

10x10G Multirate client line card licensed with 1 license at 10 Gb

15454-M-LIC-100G=

100G TXP Reg License for 100-Gb trunk line card

15454-M-100GC-LIC=

100G OTU-4 ITU-T CP-DQPSK Full C-Band Tunable Line Card License

More information about the Cisco licensing policy is available at: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/general/warranty/English/EU1KEN_.html.

Product Specifications

Compact Design

Single-slot card design for high-density, 100-Gbps solutions:

   Up to six trunk cards per Cisco NCS 2006 shelf assembly, supporting up to forty-two 100-Gbps ports per 42-rack-unit (42RU) bay frame

Note:    If a chassis door is requested (optional), please note that the 100 Gigabit Ethernet trunk card with CPAK client interface requires the deep-door version (NCS2006-DDR= or NCS2002-DDR=).

Flexible Restoration Options

   Unprotected (0 + 1)

   Transparent support for Unidirectional Path Switched Ring (UPSR), subnetwork connection protection (SNCP), bidirection line switched ring (BLSR), multiplex section-shared protection rings (MS-SPRing), and 1 + 1 APS and Multiplex Section Protection (MSP)

   OCH-trail protection through protection switch module

Regulatory Compliance

Table 4 lists regulatory compliance information for the trunk card. Note that all compliance documentation may not be completed at the time of product release. Please check with your Cisco sales representative for countries other than Canada, the United States, and the European Union.

Table 4.       Regulatory Compliance

ANSI System

ETSI System

Countries and Regions Supported

  Canada
  United States
  Korea
  Japan
  European Union
  European Union
  Africa
  CSI
  Australia
  New Zealand
  China
  Korea
  India
  Saudi Arabia
  South America

EMC (Class A)

  ICES-003, 2004
  GR-1089-CORE Issue 4, NEBS EMC and Safety, June 2006
  FCC 47CFR15, 2007
  ETSI EN 300 386 V1.4.1 (2008-04) Telecommunication network equipment EMC requirements (Note: EMC-1)
  CISPR22:2008 and EN55022:2006/A1:2007 Information Technology Equipment (Emissions) (EMC-2)
  CISPR24: 1997/A1:2001/A2:2002 and EN55024:1998/A1:2001/A2:2003: Information Technology Equipment - Immunity characteristics - Limits and Methods of Measurement (test levels)

Safety

  CSA C22.2 #60950-1 - Edition 7, March 2007
  UL 60950-1 - Edition 2, March 2007
  GR-1089-CORE Issue 4, NEBS EMC and Safety, June 2006
  UL 60950-1 - Edition 2, March 2007
  IEC 60950-1 Information technology equipment Safety Part 1: General requirements - Edition 2, 2005 and National Differences as per CB Bulletin 112A
  IEC/EN 60950-1 (2006/10) with Amendment 11:2004 to EN 60950-1:2001, 1st Edition and National Differences as per CB Bulletin 112A
  EN 60950-1, Edition 2 (2006) Information technology equipment - Safety - Part 1: General requirements
  CE Safety Directive: 2006/95/EC

Laser

  UL 60950-1 - Edition 2, March 2007
  IEC 60825-1: 2001 Ed.1.2 (incl. am1+am2) Safety of laser products Part 1: Equipment classification, requirements and users guide
  IEC60825-2 Ed.3 (2004) Safety of laser products Part 2: Safety of optical fiber communication systems + A1:2006
  IEC 60825-1: 2001 Ed.1.2 (incl. am1+am2) Safety of laser products Part 1: Equipment classification, requirements and users guide
  IEC60825-2 Ed.3 (2004) Safety of laser products Part 2: Safety of optical fibre communication systems + A1:2006
  21CFR1040 (2008/04) (Accession Letter and CDRH Report) Automatic Laser Shutdown and restart (ALS) according to ITU-T G.664 (03/06). Guidance for Industry and FDA Staff (Laser Notice No. 50), June 2007
  Laser Products: Conformance with IEC 60825-1 and IEC 60601-2-22; Guidance for Industry and FDA Staff (Laser Notice No. 50), June 2007

Environmental

  GR-63-CORE Issue 3, Network Equipment Building Standards (NEBS) Physical Protection, March 2006
  ETS 300-019-2-1 V2.1.2 (Storage, Class 1.1)
  ETS 300-019-2-2 V2.1.2 (1999-09): Transportation, Class 2.3
  ETS 300-019-2-3 V2.2.2 (2003-04):Operational, Class 3.1E

Optical

  GR-253-CORE - Issue 04
  ITU-T G.691
  ITU-T G.709
  ITU-T G.975

Quality

  TR-NWT-000332, Issue 4, Method 1 calculation for 20-year mean time between failure (MTBF)

Miscellaneous

  GR-1089-CORE Issue 4, NEBS EMC and Safety (June 2006) (Note: NEBS-1)
  GR-63-CORE Issue 3, NEBS Physical Protection (March 2006) (Note: NEBS-2)
  ATT-TP-76200: 2008
  ANSI T1.315-2001
  GR-499: 2004 Transport Systems Generic Requirements (TSGR): Common Requirements

Other Specifications

Table 5 lists system requirements for the Cisco ONS 15454 100 Gbps Coherent DWDM Trunk Card. Table 6 provides the DWDM specifications, Table 7 details receive-side optical performances, Table 8 lists performance monitoring parameters, Table 9 provides card specifications, and Table 10 gives ordering information.

Table 5.       System Requirements

Component

Cisco ONS 15454 M6

Cisco ONS 15454 M2

Processor

TNC/TSC/TNC-E/TSC-E

TNC/TSC/TNC-E/TSC-E

Shelf assembly

Cisco ONS 15454-M6-SA shelf assembly with FTA2

Cisco ONS15454-M2-SA shelf assembly with FTA2

System software

Release 10 ANSI/ETSI or later

Release 10 ANSI/ETSI or later

Slot compatibility

2 through 7

2 through 3

Table 6.       DWDM Specifications

Parameter

Value

Bit rate

27.952 Gbaud ±20 ppm (OTU4 with GFEC or HG-FEC 7% OH)

31.241 Gbaud ±20 ppm (OTU4 with UFEC 20% OH)

Automatic laser shutdown and restart

ITU-T G.664 (06/99)

Nominal wavelengths (λTnom)

Full-tunable between 1528.77 and 1566.72 nm (C-Band - 50 GHz)

Connector type (TX/RX)

LC, duplex (shuttered)

Optical Transmitter

Type

CP-DQPSK modulation format

Output power (PTmin)

-2 to +0.5 dBm (metro edge performance)

-1 to +1.5 dBm (extended performance)

Required optical return loss, minimum (ORLmin)

27 dB

Laser safety class

1

Optical Receiver

Chromatic dispersion tolerance (DLRmax)

+/- 70,000 ps/nm

Overload

0 dBm

Receiver reflectance (maximum)

30 dB

Input wavelength bandwidth (λc_rx)

Between 1528.77 and 1566.72 nm (C-Band - 50 GHz)

Table 7.       DWDM Receive-Side Optical Performances

CD Tolerance

FEC Type

Pre-FEC BER

Post-FEC BER

Input Power Sensitivity

DGD

OSNR
(0.5 nm RWB)

Extended Performance

0 ps/nm

UFEC
(20% OH)

<1x10E (-2)

<10E (-15)

0 to -14 dBm
(-20 dBm with 0.5 dB of OSNR penalty)

-

7.5 dB

0 ps/nm

180 ps

8.0 dB

+/- 70,000 ps/nm

180 ps

9.0 dB

0 ps/nm

HG-FEC
(7% OH)

<4.0x10E (-3)

<10E (-15)

0 to -14 dBm
(-20 dBm with 0.5 dB of OSNR penalty)

-

8.0 dB

0 ps/nm

180 ps

8.5 dB

+/- 70,000 ps/nm

180 ps

9.5 dB

0 ps/nm

GFEC
(7% OH)

<1.0x10E (-5)

<10E (-15)

0 to -14 dBm
(-20 dBm with 0.5 dB of OSNR penalty)

-

9.5 dB

0 ps/nm

180 ps

10.0 dB

+/- 70,000 ps/nm

180 ps

11.0 dB

Metro Edge Performance

0 ps/nm

HG-FEC
7% OH

<4.0x10E (-3)

<10E (-15)

0 to -14 dBm
-20 dBm with 0.5 dB of OSNR penalty

-

11.0 dB

+/- 5,000 ps/nm

30 ps

11.5 dB

Table 8.       Performance Monitoring Parameters

Area

Parameter Name

Description

OTN

OTUk SM

ODUk PM

 

BBE-SM

BBE-PM

Number of background block errors

BBER-SM

BBER-PM

Background block error ratio

ES-SM

ES-PM

Number of errored seconds

ESR-SM

ESR-PM

Errored seconds ratio

SES-SM

SES-PM

Number of severely errored seconds

SESR-SM

SESR-PM

Severely errored seconds ratio

UAS-SM

UAS-PM

Number of unavailable seconds

FC-SM

FC-PM

Number of failure counts

FEC

Bit errors

Number of corrected bit errors

Uncorrectable words

Number of uncorrectable words

Trunk optical performance monitoring

OPT

Transmitter optical power

LBC

Transmitter laser bias current

OPR

Receiver optical power

RCD

Residual chromatic dispersion

PMD

Mean polarization mode dispersion

OSNR

Optical signal-to-noise ratio, calculated with 0.5 nm RBW

SOPMD

Second Order PMD (SOPMD Estimation

SOPCR

Polarization Change Rate Estimation

PDL

Polarization Dependent Loss (PDL) Estimation

Table 9.       Card Specifications

Management

Card LEDs

Failure (FAIL)

Active/standby (ACT/STBY)

Signal fail (SF)

 

Red

Green/yellow

Yellow

Client port LEDs (per port)

Active input signal

 

Green

DWDM port LEDs

Active input signal

Output wavelength

 

Green

Green

Power (including pluggable)

Standby

Typical

Maximum

45W (25C and -48V)

130W (25C and -48VDC)

150W (55C and -38VDC)

Physical

Dimensions

Occupies 1 slot

Weight

4 lb (1.8 kg)

Reliability and availability

Mean time between failures (MTBF)

116,052 hrs

Latency (end to end)

G.709 - GFEC

G.709 - HG-FEC 7%

G.709 - UFEC 20%

4 microseconds

20 microseconds

39 microseconds

Storage temperature

-40ºC to 70ºC (-40ºF to 158ºF)

Operating temperature

Normal

Short-term1

 

0ºC to 40°C (32°F to 104°F)

-5ºC to 55ºC (23ºF to 131ºF)

Relative humidity

Normal

Short-term1

 

5% to 85%, noncondensing

5% to 90% but not to exceed 0.024 kg water/kg of dry air

1 Short-term refers to a period of not more than 96 consecutive hours and a total of not more than 15 days in 1 year (a total of 360 hours in any given year, but no more than 15 occurrences during that 1-year period). The values shown are valid for M6 or M2 chassis.

Table 10.     Ordering Information

Part Number

Description

NCS2K-100G-CK-C=

100G CPAK Multi Rate Line Card - CP-DQPSK - C Band

NCS2K-100ME-CKC =

100G CPAK Multi Rate Line Card - CP-DQPSK - Metro - C Band

L-NCS2K-100G-FFU

NCS2K/MSTP License 100G LC - Full Feature Upgrade (e-delivery)

L-NCS2K-100G-10G

NCS2K/MSTP License 100G MXP - 1x 10G MR Port (e-delivery)

CPAK-100G-LR4=

100GBASE-LR4 CPAK Module for SMF

CPAK-100G-SR10=

100GBASE-SR10 CPAK Module for MMF

Warranty

The following warranty terms apply to the Cisco NCS 2006 as well as services you may use during the warranty period. Your formal warranty statement appears in the Cisco Information Packet that accompanies your Cisco product.

   Hardware warranty duration: Five years

   Software warranty duration: One year

   Hardware replacement, repair, or refund procedure: Cisco or our service center will use commercially reasonable efforts to ship a replacement part for delivery within 15 working days after receipt of the defective product at Cisco's site. Actual delivery times of replacement products may vary depending on customer location

Product warranty terms and other information applicable to Cisco products are available at: http://www.cisco.com/go/warranty.

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