- Native Ethernet over Fiber Transport and Termination
- Powerful Management and Security Features
- Flexible User, Network and MPP Interfaces with Dual Tri-speed UTP – SFP Ports
- Advanced Diagnostic and Performance Measurements
- Comprehensive VLAN, QOS, SLA and Traffic Filtering for User Traffic/Core Network Compatibility
- Standards based Network Interface Device terminating Network and User Interfaces and Facilities
- Communications Processors and CPU Options to Match Your Requirements
- Jumbo Packet Support
- Single and Redundant Power Supplies, AC & DC Versions
- Standard and Advanced Models for Basic Service termination to the most Sophisticated Services
- Standard Office and Temperature Hardened (GR3108) Versions
- UNI and NNI/ENNI Support
9145E Hardened Application Overview
The 9145E extends the service core to the customer premises using Fiber Optic local loops on a manageable Metro Ethernet Services, Network Interface Device (Demarcation Device). For successful and profitable service deployment and high customer satisfaction in today’s demanding business environment, diagnostic, network performance and subscriber network/core network interoperability and compatibility are a necessity. The 9145E provides all these services and more, in a compact NID.
In-band SNMP or the Ethernet Management Port gives network operations and field personnel full access to the 9145E’s advanced diagnostics, traffic statistics, Performance Measuring, Service Available Monitoring, packet filtering, advanced VLAN tagging, CFM, EFM and management functions required by today’s Metro Ethernet Services and necessary for compatibility and interoperability with other network elements. With this wealth of capabilities and tools, service effecting problems are easily identified and corrected. Network, User, and Multi-Purpose Port interfaces on the 9145E are dual-function UTP/SFP for deployment flexibility. A variety of optical interfaces are available including Single Fiber and CWDM.
Canoga Perkins’ Performance Measuring (PM) and Service Availability Monitoring (SAM) software for the 9145E is configurable to meet your objectives in support of Service Level Agreement fulfillment or network health monitoring. PM and SAM operates between subscriber NIDs, or from the subscriber to the NNI handoff to off-net service providers. The Performance Monitoring System application for CanogaView Smart Element Manager provides provisioning, reporting and NBI functions.
In-band SNMP, Telnet and VT-100 management access is used exclusively or concurrently, matching the Service Providers operations requirements and preferences. This allows best matching of technique for surveillance, routine diagnostics or special testing for Metro Ethernet Services. The Telnet and VT-100 Menu Driven User Interface makes all management functions of the 9145E intuitive and easy to master. This greatly aids in provisioning, status monitoring, and diagnosing problems. It decreases the time and manpower to install services and diagnose and correct problems, getting the service generating revenue sooner, maintaining high availability for the service, and increasing customer retention and satisfaction.
In-band SNMP and SideBand can be used exclusively or concurrently, matching the Service Providers operations requirements and preferences. This allows best matching of technique for surveillance, routine diagnostics or special testing for TLS (shared backbone/VPN services). SideBand ensures the customer has full wireline bandwidth at all times while still providing full management access for the Service Provider for LES (private line type services). Mid-point management access allow easy and quick identification of problems to the circuit segment and cause,This maximizes service availability.
9145 VLAN Tagging and QOS Functions
A common Ethernet Service is Transparent LAN Services (TLS), a shared backbone VPN service. Subscribers only sees their locations on the network, no one else. This service is the Ethernet analog of the traditional Frame Relay Service, but simpler for the subscriber to implement. A popular method of implementing the VPN within the Service Provider network is by the use of 802.11g VLANs.
Trusting the subscriber to correctly tag traffic 100% of the time is risky, problematic, and usually leads to service problems. Canoga Perkins’ line of Network Interface Devices and Metro Ethernet Switches are optimized for the subscriber interface and has powerful VLAN Tagging and Translation functions. An additional capability is the capability to set a priority indicator in the VLAN Tag header.
The 9145 Network
Interface Device performs four VLAN related functions:
- Tagging untagged subscriber frames
- Translating a subscriber tagged frame to a different tag
- Adding an outer tag to a subscriber tagged frame
- Setting P-Bit values
Alternative Products - 9145E Hardened
|Number Of User and Network Ports||1 User
|8,10,12 or 24||2||2||6|
|Dual-Speed 10/100Mbps UTP||YES||YES|
|Tri-Speed 10/100/1000 Mbps||YES||YES||YES||YES|
|Dual UTP/SFP Ports||YES||YES||YES|
|10G XFP Ports||2|
|1000Base SX Local Interface||YES||YES||YES||YES|
|1000Base LX Local Interface||YES||YES||YES||YES|
|1000Base FX Local Interface||YES||YES||YES||YES|
|10Base FL Local Interface|
|COS Prioritization and Traffic Shaping||YES||YES||YES|
|SLA Performance Testing||YES||YES||YES|
|VLAN / QOS Functions||YES||YES||YES||YES|
|Out-of Band SNMP - UTP Port||YES||YES||YES||YES
Chassis & 1020
Chassis & 1020
|Hardened (Extended Temperature)||YES||YES|