T-Marc 280

Ethernet Service Demarcation Solution


The T-Marc® 280 is an intelligent, remotely-managed demarcation devices which has been purpose-built to integrate networking, testing and assurance capabilities.
Like other members of the T-Marc family, the T-Marc 280 supports advanced Layer 2 networking using Telco Systems' AccessEthernet® technology to allow total flexibility in deployment, provisioning, and delivery of Carrier Ethernet services.

Two tri-speed customer access ports enable providers to support two separate customers on a single device. The second access port may also be used to create a DMZ (demilitarized zone or data management zone) to separate external (public) traffic from the customer’s internal network. Each access port supports a single EVC and UNI with four traffic classes. Dual network uplinks include an SFP-based fiber and a combo tri-speed/fiber port. The dual network ports provide a rich set of protection options, including link aggregation, resilient, link, and Spanning Tree protocols.

Standards-based Ethernet OAM features include IEEE 802.3ah link OAM, IEEE 802.1ag connectivity fault management, and ITU-T Y.1731 fault and performance monitoring for end-to-end Ethernet services. Physical and virtual networking capabilities provide automated address management and discovery, bandwidth profiles, advanced traffic classes, and complete control over how subscriber traffic is transported across a service provider’s network.
  • Managed demarcation for converged services
  • Flexible architecture supporting
    • 2 x 10/100/1000Base-T ports
    • 1 Combo 10/100/1000Base-T or 100Base-FX/1000Base-X port
    • 1 x 100Base-FX/1000Base-X uplink

  • Extensive Layer 2 functionality with non-blocking wire-speed switching capabilities
  • Comprehensive OAM and management functionality supported by BiNOSCenterNG
  • Flexible management options for remote alarms/provisioning
  • Control, monitoring, line testing and loopback capabilities for remote fault isolation
  • Redundant uplinks for protected services and link aggregation
  • Enhanced security and protection mechanisms
  • Granular rate limiting for ingress and egress
  • Compact 1RU design with desktop, rack and wall-mounting options
  • Purpose-built technology for optimized CAPEX and OPEX
Standards and Certifications
• MEF 9: EPL, EVPL, ELAN
• MEF 14: EPL
• IEEE 802.1D; IEEE 802.1Q; IEEE 802.1P
• IEEE 802.1p Priority Queuing; IEEE 802.1u-2001
• IEEE 802.3x PAUSE: flow control and back pressure
• IEEE 802.1x
• IEEE 802.3; 802.3u; 802.3z Ethernet
• IEEE 802.3ad; IEEE 802.1ag CFM
• IEEE 802.3ah OAM, Link loss return, and link loss carry forward
• Designed for NEBS Level 3 compliance

Interfaces
Flexible Ethernet combo-port interfaces
• Dual-speed (100M and 1000M) fiber interfaces
• Pluggable optics, including CWDM
• Tri-speed (10/100/1000M) copper interfaces
Jumbo frames
ASCII/DB9 management port

Security Features
Secure management protocols: SNMPv3, SSHv2
Management VLAN
RADIUS, TACACS+ and IEEE 802.1X authentication

Layer 2 Features
Layer-2 performance: 2.9762 Mpps
IEEE 802.1D and IEEE 802.1Q Bridging
• Transparent LAN Service (TLS): Q-in-Q-based
• 4095 system-wide VLAN space
• 8K MAC address forwarding table
• Port-based VLANs and Super VLANs
Layer Two Control Protocol (L2CP)
Per-port, flexible MAC-based loopbacks (MAC swap)
Response Time Reporter (RTR)

MEF networking features
Ethernet Service Definition, Phase 1
• E-Line (EPL and EVPL) and E-LAN (ELAN) services
• CE traffic bundling option: all-to-one
• Point-to-point topologies
• 1 EVC per subscriber/access port
• Per-UNI (per-port) single-rate ingress bandwidth profiles (policing) with programmable burst capability
UNI Type 1

Traffic Management Features
Four system-wide traffic classes with flexible hybrid
scheduling. Classification by:
• Ingress interface, or port
• Source and/or destination MAC address
• IEEE 802.1ad priority code points (PCP)
• IPv4 TOS/DSCP field

Protection Features
General Line Protection
Spanning Tree: STP, RSTP, MSTP

Management and OAM Features
Element management systems
• BiNOSCenter NG
Multiple management access protocols and tools
• SNMPv1/v2c/v3; Telnet, SSHv2, TFTP, CLI
• DHCP (client)
• Syslog
Direct IP-based management mode
Connectivity fault management, performance and
services management: IEEE.1ag; MEF SOAM
RMON Group 1, 3, 4, and 10

Regulatory Compliance
North America and Canada
EMI - FCC Part 15 Class B
EMC - FCC 47CFR part15:2005, subpart B, Class B (US)
EMC - ICES-003: 2004 Issue4, Class B (Canada
Safety - UL1950, cUL 60950 CSA 22.2 No. 950
International
EMI - EN55022 Class B
Immunity - EN55024:1998+A1(01)+A2(03)
EMC - VCCI V-3/2006.04,Class B ( Japan)
EMC - AS/NZS CISPR 22: 2004, Class B (Australia/ NZ)
EN300386 V1.3.3 : 2005
Safety - EN 60950 plus IECEE-CB-105a ( Japan)
Safety - AS/NZS 60950.1 : 2003 (Australia/ NZ)
Data Sheets
T-Marc 280 Data sheet
A4 PDF (360.69 KB) • Letter PDF (360.68 KB) • updated: 2013-04-15
T-Marc 280 Data sheet (Spanish)
Letter PDF (338.73 KB) • updated: 2012-03-22
SFP Optics Brochure
Letter PDF (108.14 KB) • updated: 2012-03-22
Solutions Overview
Mobile Backhaul Solution Brochure
A4 PDF (780.28 KB) • Letter PDF (528.87 KB) • updated: 2013-04-15
Solutions Overview
A4 PDF (4.17 MB) • Letter PDF (4.17 MB) • updated: 2014-02-14
Telco Systems and EXFO Joint Solution
Letter PDF (2.36 MB) • updated: 2013-06-20
Global Capacity Joint Solution Overview
Letter PDF (1.53 MB) • updated: 2013-07-11
Related Files
Carrier Ethernet Products Matrix
A4 PDF (1.14 MB) • Letter PDF (1.14 MB) • updated: 2014-03-12
Carrier Ethernet SFPs
A4 PDF (763.62 KB) • Letter PDF (763.37 KB) • updated: 2014-02-28