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Huawei Ma5620/Ma5626 ONU Switch/Smartax Ma5620/Ma5626 Access Network Equipment Multiple Dwelling Unit

FOB Price:US $380 - 500 / Piece
Purchase Qty. (Pieces) FOB Price
10-49 US $500 / Piece
50+ US $380 / Piece
Min. Order: 10 Pieces
Production Capacity: 1000
Transport Package: Box
Payment Terms: T/T, Paypal, Western Union

Product Detail

Basic Info
  • Model NO.: MA5620
  • Type: Wireless
  • Ports: ≤4
  • Color: Silver/Black
  • Stock: Yes
  • Surface: New
  • Transfer Rate: 10/100/1000Mbps
  • Firewall: Firewall
  • Port Structure: Modular
  • Application: Enterprise, SOHO
  • Network: HSUPA
  • Performance: Line-Rate Router
  • Architecture: Crossbar System
  • Trademark: tr
  • Specification: ce, fcc
  • Origin: Shenzhen
  • HS Code: 518000
Product Description


Huawei SmartAX MA5620/MA5626 Multiple Dwelling GEPON ONU
Introduction
Highly Effective Manageability and Maintainability
The MA5620/MA5626 supports multiple highly effective management and maintenance methods, such as free of field software commissioning, remote acceptance, remote upgrade and patch installation, and remote fault location.
One-Site Deployment and Plug and Play
In PON upstream transmission Mode, the MA5620/MA5626 supports:
Offline deployment and plug and play (PnP) are supported. The hardware installation engineer can perform one-site deployment for the MA5620/MA5626.
The MA5620/MA5626 can automatically obtain the configuration data from the iManager U2000 and report information about MxU online to the iManager U2000. The configuration data automatically takes effect.  
Remote Batch Upgrading
The MA5620/MA5626 supports automatic batch upgrading. After the upgrading policies are defined on the iManager U2000, the iManager U2000 automatically upgrades network elements (NEs) in batches at a specified time.
The ONU can be upgraded through the OLT proxy.
The batch upgrading efficiency is 6000 sets per five hours if the ONU is upgraded through the OLT proxy, and is 800 sets per five hours if the iManager U2000 upgrades NEs in batches.
Zero Touch Routine Maintenance
Accurate fault location
POTS call emulation, PPPoE dialup emulation, and multicast service emulation
Circuit line test and loop line test on the POTS port, loopback detection on the FE port
Channel loopback detection, chipset loopback detection, and ring network detection
Ethernet connectivity fault management (CFM) operation, administration and maintenance (OAM) (IEEE Std 802.1ag), implementing the Ethernet monitoring and fault diagnosing
Ethernet in the First Mile (EFM) OAM (IEEE Std 802.3ah), implementing Ethernet link monitoring
Remote troubleshooting
Remote maintenance, thus reducing the operational expenditure (OPEX)
Remote patch installation in batches
Over-temperature protection (automatic recovery)
Self-healing function (automatic reset upon the exhaustion of ONU dynamic resources)
Remote reset of the system
Comprehensive information collection
Packet statistics (multicast packets and PPPoE packets)
Backing up and uploading configuration data
Obtaining the accurate record of operation logs
Temperature detection
H831VESC, MiniESC implementing environment monitoring and management
Self-check and diagnosis of the device
LOS alarm and dying gasp alarm, identifying the disconnection of the ONU caused by broken optical fiber or power-off (Dying gasp: The system detects the output of the ONU power module. If the voltage drop is lower than the threshold, the system generates an alarm.)
Network Performance Monitoring
Network optimization: The system monitors the traffic on the network side periodically. If traffic bottleneck occurs, the system adjusts the network resources and optimizes the network structure.
User monitoring: The system performs selective monitoring on the traffic of the user port to find abnormal traffic and invalid users.
VIP port: The system always monitors important user ports to learn the QoS change, adjusts the QoS in time, thus ensuring the QoS stability.
 Figure 1 Typical network application 
 
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Table 1 Activities involved in network device deployment in the scenario with the NMS

Activities

Description

ONU data plan
NOTE:
The ONU refers to MA5620/MA5626.

Perform the data plan according to the network planning sheet provided by the NMS. The resource deployment sheet will be generated finally.

ONU offline deployment

Import the resource deployment sheet through the NMS to implement the predeployment for the ONU.

ONU installation

The hardware installation engineer draws the ONU from the storehouse and installs it at the destination site. After installing it and confirming that the hardware is fault-free, the hardware installation engineer returns the ONU type, service port information, and ONU SN to the commissioning engineer.

ONU binding

The IP address and the SN of the ONU are bound through the NMS.

 NOTE:
In the scenario without the NMS, you can add the ONT through the OLT by using one of the following methods:
Method 1:
Install the ONU and power on the device normally.
Run the port portid ont-auto-find command in the GPON mode to enable the ONU auto-discovery function.
The OLT discovers the ONU automatically.
Run the ont confirm command to in the GPON mode confirm the automatically discovered ONU.
Method 2:
Run the ont add command in the GPON mode to add the ONU on the OLT offline.
Install the ONU and power on the device normally. Table 2 Activities involved in network device deployment in the scenario without the NMS

Activities

Description

ONU data plan
NOTE:
The ONU refers to MA5620/MA5626.

Perform the data plan for the OLT and ONU according to the actual FTTx service plan and the corresponding OLT version.

ONU installation

The hardware installation engineer draws the ONU from the storehouse and installs it at the destination site. After installing it and confirming that the hardware is fault-free, the hardware installation engineer returns the ONU type, service port information, and ONU SN to the commissioning engineer.

ONU deployment

Enable the auto-discovery function on the PON port through the CLI command of the OLT, confirm the automatically discovered ONU, and add the ONU by using the preconfigured profile.

Configuration of the services of the ONU

You can telnet to the ONU according to the management IP address of the ONU to configure the services for the ONU.

  Figure 1 Example network of device deployment in the scenario with the NMS
 
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The procedure for deploying network devices in the scenario with the NMS is as follows:
According to the user's FTTx data plan, the commissioning engineer prepares the network planning sheet and obtains the resource deployment sheet.
The commissioning engineer imports the resource deployment sheet through the NMS to implement the predeployment for the ONU.
The hardware installation engineer draws the ONUs and sends them to the destination sites, and then performs hardware installation, wiring, and power-on operations at the destination sites.
The hardware installation engineer checks the running status of the ONU that is installed and powered on.
After confirming that the ONU works in the normal state (the Link LED is on and the Auth LED blinks), the hardware installation engineer records the ONU SN and reports the SN to the commissioning engineer.
The commissioning engineer maps the ONU SN, the management IP address of the ONU, and the physical position of the ONU, and binds the IP address and the SN of the ONU through the NMS.
After being powered on, the ONU registers with the OLT automatically. Then, the OLT sends the management channel parameters of the ONU (management VLAN, IP address, and SNMP parameters) to the ONU and also sends the trap message to the NMS for informing the NMS that an ONU goes online.
The commissioning engineer receives the trap indicating that the ONU goes online reported by the OLT on the NMS.
After the trap indicating that the ONU goes online is received on the NMS, the ONU management channel is enabled successfully. Then, you can remotely configure services for the ONU through the NMS.
 Figure 2 Example network of device deployment in the scenario without the NMS
 
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The procedure for deploying network devices in the scenario without the NMS is as follows:
According to the user's FTTx service plan and the corresponding OLT version, the commissioning engineer performs the data plan for the OLT and ONU.
The hardware installation engineer draws the ONUs and sends them to the destination sites, and then performs hardware installation, wiring, and power-on operations at the destination sites.
The hardware installation engineer checks the running status of the ONU that is installed and powered on.
There are two LEDs, namely Link and Auth, on the ONU.
If the Link LED is on, it indicates that the upstream optical path is through.
If the Auth LED is blinking, it indicates that the ONU is registering.
If the Auth LED is always on, it indicates that the ONU registers successfully.
After confirming that the ONU works in the normal state (the Link LED is on and the Auth LED blinks), the hardware installation engineer records the ONU SN and reports the SN to the commissioning engineer.
According to the data plan of the OLT and ONU, the commissioning engineer configures data on the OLT.
The commissioning engineer enables the auto-discovery function of the OLT for the ONU.
The commissioning engineer adds the ONU to the OLT according to the data plan of the OLT and ONU and the SN reported by the hardware installation engineer.
The commissioning engineer configures the management IP address of the ONU through the OLT.
The commissioning engineer telnets to the ONU according to the management IP address of the ONU to configure the services for the ONU. 
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