H3C CR19000 Cluster Routers Series

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CR19000-8
CR19000-8 back-to-back cluster
CR19000-16
CR19000-20
CR19000-20 back-to-back cluster
CR19000-20 3+12 cluster

The CR19000 cluster router series (hereinafter referred to as the CR19000) is a set of new-generation core routers developed for service provider-level applications. It can be deployed as service providers' backbone nodes and MAN core nodes, or data centers backbone interconnection nodes. The CLOS architecture, cutting-edge optical connection technology, and Comware V7 operating system enables the CR19000 to deliver extraordinary availability and compatibility, making it an ideal choice for service providers.

The CR19000 router series includes the following models: CR19000-8, CR19000-16, CR19000-20, and CR19000-MC. The CR19000-8, CR19000-16, and CR19000-20 provide 8, 16, and 20 service line-card slots, respectively. The CR19000-MC is a fabric card chassis (FCC) that provides interconnection and unified control of multiple CR19000-20 routers. The CR19000-8 can operate in single-chassis mode or the back-to-back cluster mode. The CR19000-16 can operate in single-chassis mode. The CR19000-20 can operate in single-chassis mode, back-to-back cluster mode, or multi-chassis cluster mode.

Ultra-large capacity and unlimited expansion

The CR19000 router adopts the most advanced fourth-generation non-blocking CLOS switching architecture, which enables data to be transmitted at a super high speed with low latency. Support for variable-length cell switching significantly improves operation efficiency of the overall cluster.

On a single CR19000 with 1200G capacity on each slot, each port can provide a capacity as high as 100Gbps. The router supports a maximum of 240 100G ports and this number will be continuously increased.

The CR19000 supports multiple cluster modes, such as back-to-back, 2+6, and 3+12, and supports cascade of up to 12 chassis. Smooth expansion from a single chassis to a cluster protects users' investment.

Open architecture and SDN-oriented design

With full support for SDN, the CR19000 provides various protocol interfaces for collaboration with external systems and can communicate comprehensively with SDN controllers. This enables users to precisely control network resources on demand and greatly improves network operation efficiency.

High availability and enhanced security

The CR19000 provides comprehensive high availability performance by using the following methods:

* Advanced distributed architecture—With separated routing, service, and switching engines, the failure of a single hardware component does not affect the operation of the whole system. The separation of control plane and service plane prevents service processing and system control from affecting each other and ensures service continuity during active/standby switchover. Support for N+M redundancy of switching fabric modules guarantees line-speed traffic forwarding during switching fabric module replacement.

* Comware 7-based operating system—The control plane of the OS adopts multi cores and the Symmetrical Multi-Processing (SMP) technology to provide separate processing and running space for each software module, enabling dynamic loading and independent upgrade. Support for running specific processes on the dedicated CPU set, together with preemptive scheduling and priority settings, guarantees resources for critical services when the CPU usage is high. Distributed computing and refined management further improves system stability.

* Abundant availability features—The CR19000 supports abundant availability features, including hot patching, link detection protocols NSR, GR, BFD, and NQA, fast convergence protocols IP FRR and LDP FRR, and Embedded Automation Architecture (EAA). With all these features, the CR19000 is able to provide ultra-large service capacity and ultra-fast service convergence as required by service providers in large-scale deployment.

Green design

The industry-leading environment-friendly and sustainable design greatly increases the energy efficiency and ensures smooth upgrade.

The router uses cut-through ventilation aisles, which brings much higher cooling efficiency than the traditional U-shaped, Z-shaped, or C-shaped air isles. This design enables the air to flow through the router with almost no loss in air volume and speed and can fully satisfy the cooling requirements of core network devices with continuously increasing capacity.

With the smart micro-module heat dissipation system, the router perfectly balances ventilation and power consumption. The cluster system can intelligently adjust the fan speed based on the hotspot information to meet the overall ventilation requirements.

Technical specifications

Item

CR19000-8

CR19000-8 back-to-back cluster

CR19000-16

CR19000-20

CR19000-20 3+12 cluster

MPU slots

2

N/A

2

2

N/A

Switching fabric slots

6

N/A

6

8

N/A

line-card slots

8

16

16

20

240

Switching capacity

43.2 Tbps

86.4 Tbps

86.4 Tbps

172.8 Tbps

1555.2 Tbps

System aggregated throughput

14.8 Tbps

28.8 Tbps

28.8 Tbps

36 Tbps

432 Tbps

Power module

8 power modules per chassis

support for redundancy and smart power management

16 power modules

support for redundancy and smart power management

24 power modules per chassis

support for redundancy and smart power management

Fan trays

6 fan trays per chassis

support for redundancy and smart heat dissipation

2 fan trays

support for redundancy and smart heat dissipation

33 fan trays per chassis

support for redundancy and smart heat dissipation

Dimensions (H × W × D)

843 × 440 × 743 mm (33.19 × 17.32 × 29.25 in), 19 RU

931 × 440 × 857 mm (36.65 × 17.32 × 33.74 in), 21 RU

1820 × 440 × 850 mm (71.65 × 17.32 × 33.46 in), 41 RU

Operating temperature

0°C to 45°C (32°F to 113°F)

Operating humidity

5% to 95%, non-condensing

Operatingaltitude

–60 m (–196.85 ft) to +5000 m (+16404.20 ft)

Ports

1000BASE-X-SFP fiber ports

10GBASE-R/W-SFP+ fiber ports

40GBASE-R-QSFP+ fiber ports

100GBASE-R-CFP2 fiber ports

100GBASE-R-QSFP28 fiber ports

POS-OC192c/STM64c-XFP fiber ports

POS-OC48c/OC12c/OC3c-SFP fiber ports

EMC standards

FCC Part 15 (CFR 47) CLASS A

ICES-003 CLASS A

VCCI-3 CLASS A

VCCI-4 CLASS A

CISPR 22 CLASS A

EN 55022 CLASS A

AS/NZS CISPR22 CLASS A

CISPR 24

EN 55024

EN 61000-3-2

EN 61000-3-3

EN 61000-6-1

ETSI EN 300 386

EN 301 489-1

EN 301 489-17

Safety standards

UL 60950-1

CAN/CSA C22.2 No 60950-1

IEC 60950-1

EN 60950-1/A11

AS/NZS 60950

EN 60825-1

EN 60825-2

FDA 21 CFR Subchapter J

GB 4943

Interfaces

GE, 10GE, 40GE, and 100GE interfaces

OC-192c/STM-64c POS interfaces

POS-OC48c/OC12c/OC3c-SFP interfaces

Data link layer

PPP, HDLC

Ethernet link aggregation, port mirroring

DLDP

QinQ

VLAN termination

Traffic statistics

Traffic statistics on both the incoming and outgoing traffic

QoS

Priority marking/remarking

CAR (Ingress/Egress)

CBQ

Congestion management

Queue scheduling

QoS policy (applied on an interface, globally, and on the control plane)

Dynamic modification of QoS policies

QPPB

ACL

Ingress/Egress ACL

Basic ACLs, advanced ACLs

Applying an ACL to an interface or globally

IPv4 protocol

TCP, UDP, RawIP, Ping, Traceroute

Telnet, FTP, TFTP

ICMPv4

DNS

DHCP

NTP

ARP, ARP Proxy

IPv6 protocol

Dual IPv4 and IPv6 protocol stacks

TCP6, UDP6, RawIP6, Pingv6, Traceroute6

Telnetv6, FTPv6, TFTPv6

DNS6

ICMPv6

VRRPv3

DHCPv6

ND

PMTUD (IPv6)

6PE

IPv4 routing protocol

RIPv1/v2

OSPFv2

IS-IS

BGPv4

IPv4 static routing/routing policy/route recursion/policy-based routing

IPv6 routing protocol

RIPng

OSPFv3

IS-IS6

BGPv4+

IPv6 static routing/routing policy/route recursion/policy-based routing

Layer 3 multicast

Static multicast routes

IPv4 intra-AS multicast routes

IPv4 inter-AS multicast routes

IPv4 multicast group management

IPv6 intra-AS multicast routes

IPv6 multicast group management

Multicast VPN

Interconnect

VXLAN

MPLS

Basic MPLS

MPLS L3VPN

VPWS/VPLS

6VPE

MPLS TE

P2MP

SDN

BGP-LS

BMP

Flowspec

Segment routing

OpenFlow

PCEP

Device security

Protection against data packet-based attacks

Protection against protocol packet-based attacks

Attack detection

Protection of protocol packets

Diagnosis on packet transmitting and receiving

Network security

Packet validity check

uRPF

Packet filtering

ARP attack protection

Protocol-based traffic limiting

NetStream

User security

Device management security

AAA

SSH

Device management

CLI management by accessing the device through console port, Telnet, or sTelnet (SSH)

File management

Uploading/downloading files through FTP/TFTP

Formatting files

Creating, copying, deleting, saving files and directories

Network maintenance

Ping

TraceRoute

LSP Ping/Tracert

Loop detection on a port

Network management and monitoring

SNMPv3

IMC

LLDP/LLDP-MED

MIB

PTP

High availability

Hot swapping of cards

Redundancy of switching fabric modules

Active/standby switchover

Hot patching

GR

NSR

VRRP, VRRPE

BFD for VRRP/BGP/IS-IS/RIP/OSPF/static routing

IP FRR

Item

Description

Chassis

H3C CR19000-8 router chassis

H3C CR19000-16 router chassis

H3C CR19000-20 router chassis

H3C CR19000-MC fabric chassis

Power frame module

DC 2000W power frame

AC 3000W power frame

HVDC 3000W power frame

Power module

DC 2400W power module

AC 2400W power module

DC 2000W power module

AC 3000W power module (support for HVDC)

MPU module

H3C CR19000-8 main processing unit A

H3C CR19000-16 main processing unit A

H3C CR19000-16 main processing unit B

H3C CR19000-20 main processing unit A

H3C CR19000-20 main processing unit B

Switching fabric module

H3C CR19000-8 fabric module for single-chassis (Class C)

H3C CR19000-8 fabric module for multi-chassis (Class A)

H3C CR19000-16 fabric module for single-chassis (Class C)

H3C CR19000-20 fabric module for single-chassis (Class C)

H3C CR19000-20 fabric module for multi-chassis (Class B)

H3C CR19000-20 fabric module for multi-chassis (Class C)

line-card module

H3C CR 18-port 100G Ethernet optical interface module (QSFP28)

H3C CR 12-port 100G Ethernet optical interface module (QSFP28)

H3C CR 12-port 100G Ethernet optical interface module B (QSFP28)

H3C CR 8-port 100G Ethernet optical interface module (CFP2)

H3C CR 6-port 100G Ethernet optical interface module B (QSFP28)

H3C CR 72-port 10G Ethernet optical interface module (SFP+)

H3C CR 48-port 10G Ethernet optical interface module (SFP+)

H3C CR 4-port 100G Ethernet optical interface module B (CFP2)

H3C CR flexible interface module (LPU-4004)

H3C CR flexible interface module (LPU-2002)

H3C CR flexible interface module (LPU-2002B)

H3C CR flexible service processing module (LPU-SP)

Subcard module

H3C CR 1-port 100G Ethernet optical interface card (QSFP28)

H3C CR 1-port 100G Ethernet optical interface card (CFP2)

H3C CR 3-port 40G Ethernet optical interface card (QSFP+)

H3C CR 12-port 10G Ethernet optical interface card B (SFP+)

H3C CR 12-port 10G Ethernet optical interface card (SFP+)

H3C CR 10-port 1G/10G Ethernet optical interface card (SFP+)

H3C CR 12-port Gigabit Ethernet optical interface card (SFP)

H3C CR 2-port 10G POS optical interface card (XFP)

H3C CR 4-port 2.5G/622M/155M POS optical interface card (SFP)


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