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Huawei MA5600

Huawei MA5600

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Huawei SmartAX MA5600 DSLAM, 19inch, with 10U height 14 service slots, support ADSL/ADSL2/ADSL2+, VDSL2, G.SHDSL and G.SHDSL.

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Overview


Huawei MA5600 DSLAM comes with 2 PCS power cable, 1 PCS earth cable, 2 PCS mount ear, accessory package

 Huawei MA5600 IP DSLAM system

Chassis supports 14 Service Slots,

Two slot redundancy for Main Control Board

DC Power supply, fixed in MA5600 Chassis

Support GE/FE electrical or optical as uplink

Max support 896 ADSL2+ subscribers or 448 VDSL2 subscribers

32-port SHDSL.bis service boards Supported

MA5600 commonly used cards: ADEE (64 Ports ADSL2+, built in splitter), ADEF (64 Ports ADSL2+, no splitter)

Height: 10U, Width: 19 inch.

 

Huawei SmartAX MA5600 is a large capacity IP DSLAM, supports 64-port ADSL2+ service boards with built-in splitters (ADEE), which enables a single service subrack to provide services for up to 896 ADSL2+ subscribers. Huawei MA5600 supports multiple access technologies including ADSL/ADSL2/ADSL2+, VDSL2, G.SHDSL and G.SHDSL.


Tech Specs


Supported Board (64)
SCUBSuper control unit
SCUKSuper control unit
ADEF64-channel ADSL2+ service board
ADBF64-channel ADSL2+ service board
ADEE64-channel ADSL2+ service board
VDEA32-channel VDSL2 service board
VDEB32-channel VDSL2 service board
VDBD32-channel VDSL2 service board
SHEA32-channel SHDSL service board
SHEB32-channel SHDSL service board
AIUG4 STM-1 ports or 8 IMA E1 ports ATM interface board
ETHA8 GE optical/electrical ports or 8 FE optical/electrical ports Ethernet subtending board
SPLF64-port ADSL2+ over ISDN SPL board
SPLH64-channel ADSL2+ over ISDN splitter board
Supported Board (32)
SCUBSuper control unit
SCUKSuper control unit
ADGE32-channel ADSL2+ service board
VDEA32-channel VDSL2 service board
VDEB32-channel VDSL2 service board
SHEA32-channel SHDSL service board
SHEB32-channel SHDSL service board
AIUG4 STM-1 ports or 8 IMA E1 ports ATM interface board
ETHA8 GE optical/electrical ports or 8 FE optical/electrical ports Ethernet subtending board
ADSL2+ Specification
ADSL2+Compatible with ADSL and ADSL2
A maximum upstream rate of 2.5 Mbit/s
A maximum downstream rate of 24 Mbit/s
A maximum transmission distance of 6.5 km
Supporting ADSL2+ service and POTS access
Multiple transmission modes (Annex A, Annex B, Annex L, and Annex M)
Fast bit switchover
Power management
Pilot floating
Selection of most proper tone as pilot based on channel conditions
Supporting tone transmit power control based on CO-MIB (spectrum shaping)
Supporting downstream Missing Tone
Dynamic and seamless rate auto-sensing to improve the adaptability for line parameters
Single ended loop test (SELT)
Configuration, modification and query of the ADSL line and spectrum
Report of alarm and maintenance information on the line and channel
VDSL2 Specification
VDSL2Complying with ITU Recommendation G.993.2
Reaching a maximum transmission distance of 3.5 km
Supporting the VDSL2/ADSL2+ compatible board, VDSL2 over POTS board, and VDSL2 over ISDN board to provide various services
Multiple spectrum profiles, including 8a, 8b, 8c, 8d, 12a, 12b, and 17a, which provide different application scenarios
Power spectral density (PSD) control through UPBO/DPBO, RFI, PSD mask and tone blackout
Two encapsulation modes (ATM and PTM)
Working in the ADSL/ADSL2+ mode when connecting to ADSL/ADSL2+ terminals
Automatic rate adjustment according to the line conditions during the initialization
Querying the chipset status
Configuring, modifying and querying the VDSL2 configuration parameters (such as line, spectrum, and channel mode)
Reporting alarms and maintaining information on the line and the channel
Supporting BandPlan998 and BandPlan997
Supporting 32-port VDSL2 boards
Supporting the SELT
IPTV Service
Multicast ProtocolsInternet Group Management Protocol (IGMP) V2/V3
IGMP proxy and IGMP snooping
Protocol Independent Multicast (PIM) and Source-Specific Multicast (SSM)
Multicast ServicesSupporting up to 1000 multicast groups
Supporting VLAN-based multicast
Supporting 256 multicast VLANs
Supporting dynamically generating multicast programs
Supporting viewing up to 16 programs at the same time for a subscriber
Supporting easy channel management
Supporting configuring the maximum number of preview times in a day
Supporting the audience statistics
Supporting IGMP pre-join and fast-leave
Supporting the IGMP high performance processing that enables broadband TV (BTV) over xDSL
Supporting fast-leave based on MAC address control
Subscriber ManagementRich authentication modes on multicast subscribers to suit different multicast operators
Controllable multicast to control the access of subscribers to multicast groups
Connection admission control (CAC) for multicast subscribers to ensure that authenticated subscribers can enjoy guaranteed QoS
Interconnection between the transaction language 1 (TL1) interface of the NMS and the operating support system (OSS) to solve the multicast authority control problem in the operation 
Security Features
System SecurityPrevention of denial of service (DoS) attacks
Prevention of Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) or IP packet attacks
Firewall and access control list (ACL)-based access control
Media access control (MAC) address filtering
Secure sell (SSH) V2
Remote authentication dial in user service (RADIUS) authentication of management users
Hierarchical authority control of management users
User SecurityUser isolation in layer 2 (L2)
Access control based on the IP address segment
Prevention of MAC spoofing
Prevention of VLAN-based IP/MAC address spoofing
Prevention of the IP address spoofing of the DHCP user
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) Option82, enhancing the DHCP security
PPPoE access identification
Binding between MAC/IP addresses and service ports
Specification
Dimension436 mm x 420 mm x 441.8 mm (W x D x H)
TypeFront accessible
Power-48V DC
MTBF>150,000 hours
Supported Slots Quantity16
Supported Service Slots Quantity14
Max supported ADSL2+ subscribers896


Q&A


Q: Can I get technical support from thunder-link.com if we purchase MA5600 from you?

A: Yes, thunder-link.com has experienced technical team on Huawei xDSL solution, however, you may need to purchase technical support service from us as by default we only provide one year hardware warranty.

 

Q: What is the typical configuration of MA5600?

A: You may follow below steps:

1, Choose the main control board SCUB quantity, one or two;

2, Choose the uplink pinch board, O4GS(4GE Optical), O2GS(2GE Optical) and E4GFA (4 GE/FE Electrical) are commonly used;

3, Calculate how many ADSL2+ or VDSL2 subscribers to be connected, our most stock are 64-port ADSL2+ over POTS(with 600ohm Splitter) board ADEE;

4, Choose the subscriber cable length;

5, Choose accessory, SFP module, patch cord;

 

Q: What is the difference between MA5600 and MA5603?

A: Basically they are with different capacity, MA5600 support 14 service slots, MA5603 only support 6 service slots.

 

Q: Can I commingle the 32-port ADSL2+ service board and 64-port ADSL2+ service board together?

A:  No, you must configure MA5600 with all 32 prots ADSL2+ or all 64 ports ADSL2+. Commonly used are 64 ports ADSL2+ board ADEE.

 

Q: Do I need SPL board if I choose ADEE?

A: No, in ADEE board the splitter is embedded, but if you choose ADEF, SPL board will be required.

 

Q: Does MA5600 support cascading?

A: Yes.

 

Q: What is the difference between MA5600 and MA5616?

A: Basically MA5616 is suitable for small site with less than 128 subscribers, MA5600 is for big site. For details may refer:


MA5616MA5600
Service Slots414
Support Dual Main Control BoardNoYes
Max ADSL2+ Subscriber256 (Typical supply is with 128 or less)896
Max VDSL2 Subscriber192(Typical supply is with 128 or less)448
Max SHDSL Subscriber64448
Support GPON UplinkYes(MA5616 can work as GPON MDU)No
Support GE Cascading PortYesYes
PowerAC or DCDC Only
Height2U10U

 

Q: Do I have the software when purchase the MA5600?

A: Yes, software already loaded in MA5600.

 

Q: Is the SFP Module included in MA5600 configuration?

A: No, it is not included, you will need to purchase additionally


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Description:

Huawei SmartAX MA5600 DSLAM, 19inch, with 10U height 14 service slots, support ADSL/ADSL2/ADSL2+, VDSL2, G.SHDSL and G.SHDSL.

Quantity: In Stock

Overview

Huawei MA5600 DSLAM comes with 2 PCS power cable, 1 PCS earth cable, 2 PCS mount ear, accessory package

 Huawei MA5600 IP DSLAM system

Chassis supports 14 Service Slots,

Two slot redundancy for Main Control Board

DC Power supply, fixed in MA5600 Chassis

Support GE/FE electrical or optical as uplink

Max support 896 ADSL2+ subscribers or 448 VDSL2 subscribers

32-port SHDSL.bis service boards Supported

MA5600 commonly used cards: ADEE (64 Ports ADSL2+, built in splitter), ADEF (64 Ports ADSL2+, no splitter)

Height: 10U, Width: 19 inch.

 

Huawei SmartAX MA5600 is a large capacity IP DSLAM, supports 64-port ADSL2+ service boards with built-in splitters (ADEE), which enables a single service subrack to provide services for up to 896 ADSL2+ subscribers. Huawei MA5600 supports multiple access technologies including ADSL/ADSL2/ADSL2+, VDSL2, G.SHDSL and G.SHDSL.


Tech Specs
Supported Board (64)
SCUBSuper control unit
SCUKSuper control unit
ADEF64-channel ADSL2+ service board
ADBF64-channel ADSL2+ service board
ADEE64-channel ADSL2+ service board
VDEA32-channel VDSL2 service board
VDEB32-channel VDSL2 service board
VDBD32-channel VDSL2 service board
SHEA32-channel SHDSL service board
SHEB32-channel SHDSL service board
AIUG4 STM-1 ports or 8 IMA E1 ports ATM interface board
ETHA8 GE optical/electrical ports or 8 FE optical/electrical ports Ethernet subtending board
SPLF64-port ADSL2+ over ISDN SPL board
SPLH64-channel ADSL2+ over ISDN splitter board
Supported Board (32)
SCUBSuper control unit
SCUKSuper control unit
ADGE32-channel ADSL2+ service board
VDEA32-channel VDSL2 service board
VDEB32-channel VDSL2 service board
SHEA32-channel SHDSL service board
SHEB32-channel SHDSL service board
AIUG4 STM-1 ports or 8 IMA E1 ports ATM interface board
ETHA8 GE optical/electrical ports or 8 FE optical/electrical ports Ethernet subtending board
ADSL2+ Specification
ADSL2+Compatible with ADSL and ADSL2
A maximum upstream rate of 2.5 Mbit/s
A maximum downstream rate of 24 Mbit/s
A maximum transmission distance of 6.5 km
Supporting ADSL2+ service and POTS access
Multiple transmission modes (Annex A, Annex B, Annex L, and Annex M)
Fast bit switchover
Power management
Pilot floating
Selection of most proper tone as pilot based on channel conditions
Supporting tone transmit power control based on CO-MIB (spectrum shaping)
Supporting downstream Missing Tone
Dynamic and seamless rate auto-sensing to improve the adaptability for line parameters
Single ended loop test (SELT)
Configuration, modification and query of the ADSL line and spectrum
Report of alarm and maintenance information on the line and channel
VDSL2 Specification
VDSL2Complying with ITU Recommendation G.993.2
Reaching a maximum transmission distance of 3.5 km
Supporting the VDSL2/ADSL2+ compatible board, VDSL2 over POTS board, and VDSL2 over ISDN board to provide various services
Multiple spectrum profiles, including 8a, 8b, 8c, 8d, 12a, 12b, and 17a, which provide different application scenarios
Power spectral density (PSD) control through UPBO/DPBO, RFI, PSD mask and tone blackout
Two encapsulation modes (ATM and PTM)
Working in the ADSL/ADSL2+ mode when connecting to ADSL/ADSL2+ terminals
Automatic rate adjustment according to the line conditions during the initialization
Querying the chipset status
Configuring, modifying and querying the VDSL2 configuration parameters (such as line, spectrum, and channel mode)
Reporting alarms and maintaining information on the line and the channel
Supporting BandPlan998 and BandPlan997
Supporting 32-port VDSL2 boards
Supporting the SELT
IPTV Service
Multicast ProtocolsInternet Group Management Protocol (IGMP) V2/V3
IGMP proxy and IGMP snooping
Protocol Independent Multicast (PIM) and Source-Specific Multicast (SSM)
Multicast ServicesSupporting up to 1000 multicast groups
Supporting VLAN-based multicast
Supporting 256 multicast VLANs
Supporting dynamically generating multicast programs
Supporting viewing up to 16 programs at the same time for a subscriber
Supporting easy channel management
Supporting configuring the maximum number of preview times in a day
Supporting the audience statistics
Supporting IGMP pre-join and fast-leave
Supporting the IGMP high performance processing that enables broadband TV (BTV) over xDSL
Supporting fast-leave based on MAC address control
Subscriber ManagementRich authentication modes on multicast subscribers to suit different multicast operators
Controllable multicast to control the access of subscribers to multicast groups
Connection admission control (CAC) for multicast subscribers to ensure that authenticated subscribers can enjoy guaranteed QoS
Interconnection between the transaction language 1 (TL1) interface of the NMS and the operating support system (OSS) to solve the multicast authority control problem in the operation 
Security Features
System SecurityPrevention of denial of service (DoS) attacks
Prevention of Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) or IP packet attacks
Firewall and access control list (ACL)-based access control
Media access control (MAC) address filtering
Secure sell (SSH) V2
Remote authentication dial in user service (RADIUS) authentication of management users
Hierarchical authority control of management users
User SecurityUser isolation in layer 2 (L2)
Access control based on the IP address segment
Prevention of MAC spoofing
Prevention of VLAN-based IP/MAC address spoofing
Prevention of the IP address spoofing of the DHCP user
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) Option82, enhancing the DHCP security
PPPoE access identification
Binding between MAC/IP addresses and service ports
Specification
Dimension436 mm x 420 mm x 441.8 mm (W x D x H)
TypeFront accessible
Power-48V DC
MTBF>150,000 hours
Supported Slots Quantity16
Supported Service Slots Quantity14
Max supported ADSL2+ subscribers896


Q&A

Q: Can I get technical support from thunder-link.com if we purchase MA5600 from you?

A: Yes, thunder-link.com has experienced technical team on Huawei xDSL solution, however, you may need to purchase technical support service from us as by default we only provide one year hardware warranty.

 

Q: What is the typical configuration of MA5600?

A: You may follow below steps:

1, Choose the main control board SCUB quantity, one or two;

2, Choose the uplink pinch board, O4GS(4GE Optical), O2GS(2GE Optical) and E4GFA (4 GE/FE Electrical) are commonly used;

3, Calculate how many ADSL2+ or VDSL2 subscribers to be connected, our most stock are 64-port ADSL2+ over POTS(with 600ohm Splitter) board ADEE;

4, Choose the subscriber cable length;

5, Choose accessory, SFP module, patch cord;

 

Q: What is the difference between MA5600 and MA5603?

A: Basically they are with different capacity, MA5600 support 14 service slots, MA5603 only support 6 service slots.

 

Q: Can I commingle the 32-port ADSL2+ service board and 64-port ADSL2+ service board together?

A:  No, you must configure MA5600 with all 32 prots ADSL2+ or all 64 ports ADSL2+. Commonly used are 64 ports ADSL2+ board ADEE.

 

Q: Do I need SPL board if I choose ADEE?

A: No, in ADEE board the splitter is embedded, but if you choose ADEF, SPL board will be required.

 

Q: Does MA5600 support cascading?

A: Yes.

 

Q: What is the difference between MA5600 and MA5616?

A: Basically MA5616 is suitable for small site with less than 128 subscribers, MA5600 is for big site. For details may refer:


MA5616MA5600
Service Slots414
Support Dual Main Control BoardNoYes
Max ADSL2+ Subscriber256 (Typical supply is with 128 or less)896
Max VDSL2 Subscriber192(Typical supply is with 128 or less)448
Max SHDSL Subscriber64448
Support GPON UplinkYes(MA5616 can work as GPON MDU)No
Support GE Cascading PortYesYes
PowerAC or DCDC Only
Height2U10U

 

Q: Do I have the software when purchase the MA5600?

A: Yes, software already loaded in MA5600.

 

Q: Is the SFP Module included in MA5600 configuration?

A: No, it is not included, you will need to purchase additionally


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