T-Marc 280

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.

T-Marc 280 Data Sheet

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

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