May 23, 2024

ZTE ZXA10 C300 GPON OLT Specification

ZTE ZXA10 C300 GPON OLT Specification:

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Today i will discuss about ZTE ZXA10 C300 GPON OLT Specification. ZTE ZXA10 C300 GPON OLT is the world’s first future-proof and largest capability optical access platform, is developed with mass optical access roll-out as well as economy in mind. Its powerful functions and high performance make mass FTTx roll-out easier than ever before. It provides the stable technology and service platform for full-service access and management such as HSI, VoIP, TDM, IPTV, and mobile back-haul.

ZTE ZXA10 C300 GPON OLT
ZTE ZXA10 C300 GPON OLT

Main Parameters:

  • 10U high, vertical plug card,front access
  • 19-inch rack with 21 slot
  • System Capacity: 14 service card slots(GPON/EPON/P2P/10G EPON/XG-PON1)
  • Up to 16384 GPON subscribers access
  • Up to 16×10GE uplink
  • Physical transmission distance: 20Km~60Km
  • Management interface: CLI ( Telnet or RS232), SSH, SNMP V1/2/3, SNMP proxy

Key Features:

  • Compatible with ITU G.984.x
  • Support ITU-T G.987.x and G.988
  • Support Optical Laser Supervising (OLS)
  • Physical reach: 20~60km
  • GPON Transceiver power: Class B+ and Class C+
  • XGPON Transceiver power: N1, N2, E1 and E2
  • Support Type B and Type C protection
  • Support SR-DBA and NSR-DBA
  • Downstream and upstream FEC
  • Support AES128 encryption
  • Support SCB (Single Copy Broadcast)
  • Full G.984.4 OMCI Stack
  • Support migration to NG PON2
  • 4K VLAN number, IEEE 802.1q, 1:1/N:1 VLAN, VLAN translation, VLAN Stacking (QinQ )
  • VRF, ARP agent/ proxy
  • STP/RSTP/MSTP
  • Link aggregation IEEE 802.3ad
  • DHCP server, DHCP Relay ( option 60/82), DHCP proxy, DHCPv6 L2/L3 relay agent
  • IPv4 and IPv6 dual stack
  • 1588v2, 1PPS+TOD, SynE, BIT/HZ
  • L3 routing: IPv4/6 Statistic routing, OSPFv2, BGPv4, RIP V1/V2, ISIS
  • L2- L4 flow classification and ACL
  • IGMP V1/2/3, IGMP/MLD snooping/proxy/router
  • 256 Multicast VLANs
  • IGMP pre-join and fast leave

Supported Cards:

  • Control & Switch Card:
    • SCXN: Type N control and switch card, 480G switching capacity
    • SCXL: Type L control and switch card, 960G switching capacity
    • SCTM: Type T control and switch card, 2.56T switching capacity
  • Subscriber Cards:
    • GTGO/GTGH – 8/16 ports GPON line card
    • GTXO – 8 ports XG-PON1 line card
    • FTGK – 48 ports P2P/24 ports GE/FE optical Ethernet interface card
    • CTUB – 32-channel E1 unbalanced CES interface card
    • CTLA – STM-N CES interface card
  • Common Cards:
    • CICK/CICG – Common interface card
    • PRWG – Power supply card
  • Ethernet uplink cards:
    • GUFQ – 4 ports GE/FE optical interface Ethernet uplink card
    • GUSQ – 2 ports GE optical and 2 ports GE/FE electrical interface Ethernet uplink card
    • XUTQ – 4 ports 10GE optical interface Ethernet uplink card
    • HUTQ – 2 ports 10GE and 2 ports GE optical interface Ethernet uplink card
    • HUVQ – 2 ports 10GE/GE and 2 ports GE/FE optical interface Ethernet uplink card(Sync-E)

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Shelf Dimension:

  • 10U(9U card + 1U fan)
  • IEC19 shelf: 443.7 mm x 482.6 mm x 270 mm (Height x Width x Depth)
  • ETSI 21 shelf: 449.2 mm x 535 mm x 270 mm (Height x Width x Depth)

Shelf Configuration:

  • 19-inch: 2 main control switching cards + 14 line cards + 2*4.5U uplink cards + 2 power cards + 1 clock/environment detecting general public interface card(optional)
  • 21-inch: 2 more line cards compared with the 19-inch frame

Line Card Interface:

  • GPON//P2P/XG-PON1 line card, E1/T1 /STM-1 /STM-4

Uplink Interface:

  • 10GE/GE/FE/E1/T1 /STM-1 /STM-4

Power Supply:

  • -48 V (DC) or -60 V (DC)

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