Alcatel-Lucent 1645 AMC User Manual
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is energy efficient and compact, improving the use of space while reducing operating expenditures (OPEX). Supporting fiber and copper, the 1645 AMC transports metro and access traffic to the network edge, using both optical and electrical interfaces.
Meeting enterprise demands
To be profitable, service providers must reduce OPEX while meeting business customers’ demands by offering a host of
For the service provider, the 1645 AMC serves as a
The 1645 AMC provides flexible, multiservice access to business customers and extends Ethernet services to the metro and access edges. It also supports fiber and copper access for SDH, TDM and Ethernet traffic through both optical and electrical interfaces.
•Eliminates the need for overlay networks
•Provides flexible, rich, multiservice access to business customers
•Extends Ethernet services to the metro and access edges
•Offers flexible installation options through
•Delivers versatile and robust management capabilities
•Supports fiber and copper access for SDH, TDM and Ethernet traffic through both optical and electrical interfaces
Fiber business applications
The 1645 AMC offers a powerful and economical base for
Providing highly effective solutions for enterprise network services, the 1645 AMC supports flexible ring configurations. Services include Ethernet business services, LAN and Private Branch Exchange (PBX) interconnection over fiber, all services where solid performance and reliability are essential service attributes. It can also be used for interoffice applications in both access and mobile networks based on fiber or copper, facilitating Ethernet local area network
No overlay networks
Enhanced revenue generation, reduced expenses
The 1645 AMC enhances revenuegenerating capabilities by allowing service providers to offer services such as IP transport, Ethernet Layer 2 switching and TDM to customers with various traffic demands. It improves OPEX through efficient use of space in tight environments and low energy consumption.
Flexible, multiservice business access
The 1645 AMC provides flexible multiservice access to business customers. It supports both ring or mesh configurations for FTTB applications in access networks. In addition to
The 1645 AMC, an economical, multiservice device, allows nextgeneration services over a legacy SDH network, leveraging existing
The 1645 AMC offers Ethernet and IP applications, including:
• Economical voice and data CPE
• Ethernet services for business customers:
Figure 1. 1645 AMC supporting a typical
•Ethernet over copper using symmetric
The 1645 AMC supports costefficient and reliable transport of TDM and Ethernet services in the metro access. Figure 1 shows the 1645 AMC and the
E1, E3, DS3
E1, E3, DS3,
E1, E3, DS3,
E1, E3, DS3
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Extended Ethernet services
When deploying the optional
•Full Layer 2 switching functionality:
•Virtual concatenation (VCAT) and generic framing procedure (GFP)
•Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
(IEEE) 802.1Q virtual local area network (VLAN) tagging and IEEE 802.1ad Provider Bridging, also called stacked VLANs
•VLAN trunking, saving physical interfaces at hub locations
With its compact design, the 1645 AMC is suitable for both street cabinet and CPE installation. It supports either AC or DC power supplies, further increasing deployment flexibility.
Versatile and robust management capabilities
centralized alarming. The 1645 AMC can also be integrated into Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) management systems.
The 1645 AMC derives
The 1645 AMC stores several different equipment configurations in its network management system. This feature facilitates quick turnaround for configuration changes.
Service level agreement (SLA) management is available with traffic profiles that include:
•Regulated: minimum bandwidth guaranteed plus burst
Fiber and copper access options
When fiber access is available, the 1645 AMC can be installed directly as CPE. If the last mile to the customer must be bridged through copper, the 1645 AMC provides an SHDSL option card. As a result, E1 over copper or
Ethernet access through up to four combined SHDSL copper lines can be served.
The 1645 AMC can be equipped with the following
Equipped with 16 2 Mb/s (E1) G.703 tributary interfaces, an optional card can expand the 1645 AMC to a maximum of 32 interfaces. In accordance with G.704 and I.431, support of Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) modes is also available.
Adding an optional board offers support for other interfaces:
•12 SHDSL: Ethernet over copper/E1
Ethernet private line
•Variety of option boards to serve individual service needs
•Ethernet EPL, EVPL and
ELAN services using optional
•Low power consumption
•Street cabinet or CPE installa- tion options
•Ethernet and E1 over copper
•2G/3G mobile aggregation