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  • Place of Origin: Shanghai, China (Mainland)
  • Brand Name: Huawei
  • Model Number: U2000
  • Classification: Huawei U2000

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Packaging Details Huawei U2000:
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Delivery Time within 5 days after receive payment
HUAWEI imanager U2000 network management software nms

 

Product Overview

 

Network Management Trend

With the development of IT and IP technologies and the convergence of various industries (such as telecommunications, IT, media, and consumer electronic industries), the telecommunications industry has witnessed tremendous changes. Broadband services, mobile services, and network convergence have become the mainstream. Carriers' market orientation and business modes have also changed.

  • The development of the all-IP architecture is a leading factor in the transition from the existing vertical network that is divided by technology and service to the flattened horizontal network.
  • Improving user experience, lowering operation expenditure (OPEX), and improving efficiency are the driving forces for fixed-mobile convergence (FMC).
  • Network convergence leads to operation and maintenance (O&M) convergence.

The U2000 is future-oriented and provides unified management of all-IP and FMC bearer and access equipment.

  • The U2000 supports not only unified management of multi-domain equipment but also unified management at the element and network layers. The U2000has revolutionized the layer-based management mode to meet the management requirements for transforming from the existing vertical network to the flattened horizontal network.
  • The U2000 is a unified network management system (NMS) for multiple domains that aims to minimize O&M costs and to bring more network benefits to carriers.

Product Positioning

The U2000 is an equipment management system developed by Huawei. It is also a major future-oriented network management solution that provides powerful element management and network management functions.

In the TMN hierarchy, the U2000 is located at and supports all the functions of the element management and network management layers. Figure 1 shows the position of the U2000 in the TMN hierarchy.
Figure 1 Position of the U2000 in the TMN hierarchy 
Highlight Features

 

The U2000 improves its management capability, scalability, and usability to construct a unified and customer-oriented next-generation NMS.

Unified and Abundant NBIs

The U2000 provides various operating support system (OSS) integration solutions with unified and abundant NBIs based on mainstream standards.
  • Unified NBIs enable the U2000 to manage transport equipment, access equipment, IP equipment.
  • Based on international standards, the NBIs of the U2000 are inexpensive to develop, economical to maintain, and easy to expand.
  • Abundant NBIs (XML, CORBA, SNMP, TLI, TEXT, Customer OSS Test and Line Test) address the needs for OSS integration.

Unified Network Management

The U2000 manages transport equipment, access equipment, IP equipment in a unified manner. Specifically, it manages Huawei MSTP, WDM, OTN, RTN, router, switch, ATN, PTN, MSAN, DSLAM, FTTx, firewall equipment and services.

In addition, the U2000 manages end-to-end (E2E) services, as shown in Figure 1. The services include MSTP, WDM, RTN, PTN, ATN, Router, and Switch services.

 
Figure 1 Unified network management 
NOTE:Services marked blue can be managed by the U2000 and services marked yellow cannot be managed by the U2000.
 

The U2000 is also capable of managing third-party equipment by obtaining equipment information directly through ICMP and SNMP protocols.

For details about the third-party equipment management function, see Third-Party Router Management.

Multiple Operating Systems

The U2000 was developed based on Huawei's integrated management application platform (iMAP). The U2000 supports Sun workstations, PC servers, Sybase databases, SQL Server databases, Solaris, Windows, and SUSE Linux operating systems (OSs).

The U2000 is a standalone application that can be installed on a variety of OSs and databases. The U2000 provides high-end solutions for large-scale networks and low-cost solutions for small- and medium-scale networks.

Leading Scalable NMS Architecture

By adopting the mature and widely-used client/server (C/S) architecture, the U2000 supports distributed and hierarchical database systems, service processing systems, and client application systems. Modularized architecture is scalable so that the U2000 meets the management requirements of complex and large-scale networks, as shown in Figure 2.

  • The U2000 uses an object-oriented, multiprocessing, modularized, and component architecture design. The degree of coupling NE management components is reduced with this design, which means that the U2000 can increase its management capability from a single domain to multiple domains when the U2000 is installed multi-domain components.
  • The U2000 can flexibly integrate different NBIs.
  • The loose coupling framework supports independent upgrades and maintenance of subsystems.
  • The U2000 enables users to log in to a server at the same time from multiple clients. Users on different clients can view the same network data or custom network data, and operate the clients at the same time.
Figure 2 Modularized architecture 

Friendly User Interface

  • Fully considering users' operation habits, the U2000 provides alarm, topology, performance, security, and configuration management interfaces with the same graphical user interface (GUI) style.
  • If any error operation is performed, the U2000 displays a friendly error message showing the cause and troubleshooting method.

Visualized Management

  • Service supervision:
    • Supports service-centered visualized supervision and sorting affected services by alarm type.
    • Provides a variety of detection and diagnostic methods to quickly check service connectivity and locate faults, and supports service-based performance query, threshold pre-warning alarms, and trend analysis in the GUI.
    • Visualized trails:
      • Displays trails in real time to solve the problem of invisible bearer path.
      • Provides complete fault diagnosis methods based on trails, which facilitates fast network and service fault diagnosis.
      • Supports the discovery of protection paths which cover five protection solutions on the live network, including primary/secondary PW, VPN FRR, VRRP, E-APS, and TE Hotstandby. Supports the discovery and display of primary and bypass paths, meeting the requirements for locating service switching faults.
      • Supports hierarchical display of paths based on services, tunnels, routes, and links as well as the clear display of fault locations.
      • Supports ME VPLS- and HVPLS-based path discovery and path-based visualization path locating.
      • Automatically specifies the diagnosis process based on the MBB scenario and fault type (service interruption, service deterioration, or clock switching). A total number of 300 check items are provided to cover key MBB features, improving the precision and efficiency.
      • Supports fault locating in the clock view.
      • Supports fault locating eMBMS multicast.
    • Service deployment:
      • Provides templates to set service-related parameters once instead of repeated times.
      • Supports bulk deployment of services, which increases configuration efficiency.
      • Calculates static CR Tunnel routes and allocates labels automatically.
           Object relationship:
      • Associates services with tunnels and tunnels with routes. Hierarchical object relationships explicitly represent the bearer relationships.
      • Provides bearer relationships to quickly locate and rectify faults.
  • Network-wide clock:
    • Supports the automatic discovery of clocks (physical clock, PTP clock, ACR clock and PON clock).
    • Provides the unified topology view of network-wide clocks and refreshes the tracking relationships and synchronization status of the clocks when faults occur.
    • Monitors clock status and displays clock alarms, tracking relationships, and protection status in real time.

Cross-Domain E2E Service Provisioning

  • Supports E2E TDM service provisioning and management across traditional microwave and MSTP networks, which shortens the time needed for network deployment and service provisioning on a large number of microwave services.
  • Supports E2E packet service provisioning and management across IP microwave and PTN/Hybrid MSTP networks, which accelerates service provisioning in IP networks.
  • Supports E2E management of ETH service, CES service, ATM service, MPLS tunnels, and PWs for PTN, MSTP, RTN, Switch, and NE series devices, to meet the development in the fixed market as it gets driven towards fixed-mobile convergence (FMC).
  • Supports E2E service (ETH, CES, and ATM) provisioning across PTN and CX networks, and supports E2E management of MPLS tunnels and PWs, to meet the development in the mobile market as it gets driven towards FMC.
  • Supports the GPON+IP topology where you can configure and manage ONU E-Line services in an E2E manner.

New Features in the IP Domain

Plug-and-Play Management Enhancement

  • The number of address pools that can be bound to an aggregation or access ring is changed from 10 to 100 in planning-free scenarios.
  • The number of NEs involved in batch script deployment is changed from 50 to 500.
  • Supports viewing of script delivery records to avoid duplicate delivery.
  • Allows address pools to be specified for IP address allocation based on access rings.

TWAMP check

  • Allows PTN devices to support TWAMP (RFC 5347) tests in L3 PTN or edge access PTN scenarios.
  • Supports performance task creation in the PMS module, allows the U2000 to collect performance indicators, and displays delay, packet loss, and jitter indicators in figures and tables.

Extended Y.1731 Performance Monitoring

  • Supports point-to-multipoint OAM tests.
  • NE Explorer supports configurations of extended Y.1731.
  • Supports performance task creation in the PMS module, allows the U2000 to collect performance indicators, and displays delay, packet loss, and jitter indicators in figures and tables.

VNE1000 Management

  • Allows VNE1000 devices to go online automatically.
  • Supports device configuration.
  • Supports device alarm and performance monitoring.
  • Supports batch configuration of commands and scripts.

IP Service Deployment Enhancement

  • Supports the function of replicating static routes in LTE service scenarios, simplifying configuration and improving efficiency.

  • Supports deployment and undeployment of discrete PWE3 and L3VPN services. This function prevents configuration data from being lost and services from being recovered in a specified period due to incorrect deletion of discrete services.

  • CES services in PTN networks support FPS, effectively improving service reliability.

  • Low-speed services in virtual access mode are supported. This mode helps greatly reduce service configuration and maintenance workloads for access devices, effectively deducting OPEX.

New Features in the Access Domain

  • Cable preventive check and repair: Pre-equalized proactive network maintenance (PNM) and app mobile O&M are used to implement proactive monitoring for cable faults, preventive check and repair, and troubleshooting efficiency improvement. This minimizes the impact on user services and helps carriers improve service levels and lower network maintenance costs.
    • PNM: Identifying faults in advance and automatically analyzing fault points, cable PNM achieves precise and fast fault diagnosis.

      The U2000 can query indicators on the CM noise spectrum diagram and constellation diagram and collects the CM pre-equalization coefficient, display diagnosis and query results on the graphical user interface (GUI), predicts the deterioration degree and trend of abnormal terminals, and provides suggestions for troubleshooting. In this manner, PNM is implemented, deteriorated CMs are identified in advance, customer complaints are reduced, network faults are automatically analyzed, and section-by-section fault diagnosis is not required.

    • Preventive repair: The app can query automatic check results of PNM and perform expert tests (such as CM line quality diagnosis, remote ping, and CM reset diagnosis), achieving one-click query and acceptance after onsite fault rectification as well as remote and independent troubleshooting.
  • G.fast ultra-broadband copper line access: The G.fast access technology implements 1 Gbit/s ultra-broadband access on the basis of existing copper lines, avoiding fiber reconstruction and greatly accelerating the layout of ultra-broadband networks. In addition, G.fast is compatible with VDSL2, allowing smooth upgrades of users on the live network.
    • Automatic upgrade and configuration after power-on, plug and play (PnP): The U2000 pre-configures an upgrade and configuration policy on an OLT. After an ONU is powered on, the OLT automatically upgrades and configures the ONU according to the policy to improve deployment efficiency.
    • Compatible OSS interface, one integration and permanent admission: The U2000 co-works with the iBridge Activator to mask interface differences. G.fast reuses the original VDSL2 service provisioning interface to implement zero changes to the OSS and fast service provisioning.
  • Enhanced O&M capabilities for intelligent sites: Sites support pre-deployment, batch CCU configuration, and topological display of remote power supplies, which improves remote site deployment and maintenance capabilities and reduces O&M costs.
    • CCU pre-deployment is supported. After the CCU is installed, the U2000 automatically applies configurations to it, freeing site software commissioning.
    • CCU time can be configured in batches.
    • Site fan management and environment monitoring are supported.
    • The association relationship between the remote power supply CO end, remote end, and remote site can be managed.
    • View the remaining power and health condition of storage batteries.

New Features for the Transport Domain

  • Packet O&M capabilities are enhanced.OADM BU redundancy for submarine cables: The U2000 allows some internal fibers of OADM BUs to be changed upon submarine cable faults. This function helps prevent service interruption beyond the fault nodes.
    • The U2000 supports fine granular port mirroring.
    • The U2000 allows mirroring to be configured for RTN and WDM NEs.
    • The U2000 supports 1+1 linear MSP protection for the OSN 1800 II.
    • The U2000 supports LD tests for the E-LAN services of MSTP and RWDM NEs, which help prevent Layer 2 network loops and misconnection.
  • A phone APP is provided to detect IF cable and DCN connectivity and query important alarms after RTN NEs are deployed. Engineers do not need to master advanced software operation skills and do not need to visit sites repeatedly. Only hardware installation engineers need to visit sites once.
  • Enhanced service management capabilities for the OSN 9800:
    • The XML and CORBA NBIs support the OSN 9800.
    • VC4 services are supported, and MS OTN+SDH services can be uniformly managed for the OSN 9800.
Technology

 Overview of functions and features of the U2000

Function or Feature

Description

Unified network management

The U2000 provides unified GUI-based management for Huawei NEs in the transport, IP, access domains (GUI is short for graphical user interface). It is a unified network management system (NMS) that offers comprehensive functions in managing NE and network alarms, security, performance, topology, logs, inventories, reports, and databases. In addition, it can obtain third-party equipment information using the SNMP protocol to manage third-party equipment. This function meets the requirements of network convergence and rapid development of customer services.

Local craft terminal (LCT)

The U2000 provides an LCT to manage and maintain the plug-and-play function of IP NEs and some transport NEs.
  • The U2000 LCT is an NE layer management system for the optical transport network. The U2000 LCT uniformly manages OptiX series optical transmission equipment from Huawei, such as MSTP, Metro WDM, LH WDM, LH WDM (NA), PTN and submarine equipment.
  • U2000 Web LCT is an NE layer management system for the transport network. The Web LCT uniformly manages OptiX series optical transmission equipment from Huawei, such as the OSN 9560, NG WDM, NG WDM (NA), RTN and submarine equipment.
  • U2000 IP LCT can generate scripts by using configuration templates and planning tables, and deploy the scripts to NEs in batches. This improves efficiency of making scripts.

For more information, see the latest iManager U2000 LCT V200R015C50 Product Documentation released athttp://support.huawei.com/carrier.

Centralized task management

Centralized task management is an NMS task management mechanism that manages and coordinates all scheduled tasks in a unified management GUI. Two types of tasks are managed in the centralized task management mode: system scheduled tasks (periodic) and custom scheduled tasks (one-off). The two types of tasks can run automatically at a scheduled time. Users can set parameters and browse the task status, progress, and results.

NE template management

NE template management allows users to bulk configure NEs by using configuration templates. This makes NE configuration faster and easier. A large amount of repetitive and labor-intensive data entry for NE configurations can be avoided by using templates that automatically fill in the parameter values of the NEs.

NE data configuration and management

During NE data configuration, the U2000 supports bulk configuration of NE services by using configuration templates, importing data sheets, and loading configuration files. During data management, the U2000 supports the backup, restoration, and synchronization of NMS data and NE data. With this function, services can be provisioned quickly in the GUI.

License management

The U2000 provides an intuitive and easy-to-use NE license management window.

License management allows users to query, apply for, and adjust licenses (in the event of a change in capacity or servers). By setting licenses, users can perform the operations required by the service scenario.

Client auto install and update (CAU)

The CAU function enables the U2000 client to install and upgrade automatically through the Internet provided that the U2000 server functions properly and communicates successfully with the U2000 client.

Smooth upgrade

The U2000 can be upgraded smoothly without service interruption, including version patch installation, rollbacks, and cross-version upgrades. After the upgrade, the NE status, basic services, and routing relationships are checked and a check report is generated. This helps to ensure the proper operation of major services immediately after the upgrade and achieve timely detection of issues such as data loss.

Online Help

The Online Help is displayed if users press F1 when using the U2000. It provides comprehensive help information and supports quick information searches. The help information is also available in offline mode.

The management capability of the U2000 depends on the U2000 system itself and its hardware performance.

The key technical specifications include the number of equivalent NEs, number of clients, and number of physical NEs. The management capability of the U2000 in a network that consists of different types of NEs is affected by the following factors:
  • The management capability refers to the maximum number of equivalent NEs that can be managed by the U2000. The management capability depends on the hardware and varies with the hardware configuration.
  • If a client also runs on the computer where the server is running, the management capability is reduced by 50%. Running the client and server on different computers is recommended.
  • The system limits the number of physical nodes, which in turn limits the management capability.
Table 1 U2000 management capability

Item

Subitem

Indicator

Related to Hardware

Management capability

Number of managed equivalent NEs

Maximum: 20,000 equivalent NEs

Yes

Number of managed clients

Maximum: 100 clients

The number of clients can reach 300 by deploying multiple desktop service (DS) instances on the U2000 that manages only access equipment.

Yes

Number of managed physical nodes

Maximum: 15,000 physical NEs

  • The maximum of managed MDUs in access networks is 60,000.
  • There is no limit to the number of subnets. The maximum of physical nodes in each subnet is recommended to be 500; 200 is optimal. The maximum of subnet nests is recommended to be 6.

No

Number of managed ONTs

Maximum: 3,000,000 ONTs

If the U2000 manages only access NEs, the number of managed ONTs is not restricted to the maximum number of manageable equivalent NEs, 20,000.

Yes

Service capability

Number of managed SDH trails

Maximum: 300,000 SDH trails

Yes

Number of managed WDM trails

Maximum: 150,000 WDM trails

Yes

Number of managed IP service access interfaces (SAIs)

Maximum: 1,000,000 IP service access interfaces (SAIs)

Yes

Number of managed tunnels

Maximum: 100,000

Yes

Number of managed sites (single-point services, such as VRF and VSI)

Maximum: 300,000

Yes

Table 2 shows the simple calculation methods of the maximum management capability on different network scales in FTTH, FTTB/C, and MSAN/DSLAM scenarios. (The maximum management capability is calculated based on lines, that is, ports.) If multiple scenarios exist on the actual network, the management scale in each scenario needs to be converted to the number of equivalent NEs and then summed up.
 
Table 2 Management scale and restrict of access NEs in different scenes

Network Scale

FTTH Scene

FTTB/C Scene

DSLAM/MSAN Scene

Small-scale network: less than 2000 equivalent NEs

200,000 (lines)

200,000 (lines)

500,000 (lines)

Medium-scale network: 2000-6000 equivalent NEs

600,000 (lines)

600,000 (lines)

1,000,000 (lines)

Large-scale network: 6000-15000 equivalent NEs

(RH5885H V3)

1,200,000 (lines)

Number of physical NEs less than 30,000

1,200,000 (lines)

Number of physical NEs less than 30,000

1,920,000 (lines)

Number of physical NEs less than 30,000

Super-large-scale network: 15000-20000 equivalent NEs

(RH5885H V3)

3,000,000 (lines)

Number of physical NEs less than 60,000

1,500,000 (lines)

Number of physical NEs less than 60,000

3,000,000 (lines)

Number of physical NEs less than 60,000

Packaging & Shipping

Packaging:

1. All products will be packed in carton, so the product can get effective protection to avoid damage.

2. Packaging according to customer requirement 

Shipping:

1. We shipping via DHL  / FedEx / TNT etc for samll orders. Yow can get your packages in about 3-5 days all over the world.

2. For big order, we will arrange Air cargo  for your shipment, so it will be much cheaper than DHL, UPS etc.

3. You can choose your own shipping agent, we will provide good cooperation for it.

After-Sales Service

1,We can provide detail documents and remote help for device installation and configuration.

2,Warranty: 1 year. ( After the quality guarantee period began to charge appropriate maintenance service fee.)
3,Our company promises goods enjoy full return due to quality problem since goods delivered within 7 days or 15 days , returned goods must keep original state and it’s accessories are complete.

4,Jenney Very Glad to Serve You!

Company Information

Combasst Industry Development (Shanghai) Co,.Ltd, which provides main services in terms of broadband communications and information technology industries, is a high-tech enterprise integrating research and development, production, sales, and service. Our products mainly cover the optical signal transmission and access, signal transmission and access, photoelectric signal conversion and photoelectric signal.

The clients include major national telecom carriers, as well as radio and television, electricity, mining and other industry professional net users. We have already established long-term friendly and cooperative relations with them. In addition, our company has been actively expanding into foreign markets. The products are exported to many foreign clients in Europe, America, Southeast Asia, and the Middle East as well as Japan, Korea and other neighboring countries and regions.

We will constantly improve ourselves and feed back with our superior-quality products and meticulous care to all walks of partners, creating a win-win situation.  

 
Basic Information
 

Combasst Industry Development (Shanghai) Co,.Ltd

Address: Room 110,No.389 JinWan Road, ShangHai , China

 

Telephone: +86-021-51758132
Fax:86-021-58714662

 

Attn: Jenney Yu

Trademanager:cn1511670985 

Skype: Jenney yu 

          

 

      

 
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