Cluster router H3C CR19000-20

Cluster router H3C CR19000-20

The CR19000 series of cluster routers (hereinafter referred to as CR19000 routers) includes a new generation of core network routers designed for use in service provider networks. They can be used in service provider core network nodes and urban core network nodes, as well as in data center backbone nodes. Featuring CLOS architecture, innovative optical connectivity technologies, and the Comware V7 operating system, the CR19000 offers exceptional availability and compatibility, ideally suited to the needs of service providers.

CR19000 Series Routers is represented by the following models: CR19000-8, CR19000-16, CR19000-20 and CR19000-MC, which respectively provide 8, 16 and 20 slots for service line cards. The CR19000-MC is a fabric fabric circuit card (FCC) chassis that provides connectivity and unified management of multiple CR19000-20 routers. The CR19000-8 can operate in single chassis mode or cascaded cluster mode. Model CR19000-16 is designed to operate in standalone chassis mode. The CR19000-20 model can operate both in single chassis mode and in B2B cluster connection or cluster connection of several chassis.

Ultra-High Capacity and Unlimited Expansion

CR19000 routers use the most advanced fourth-generation non-blocking CLOS architecture to deliver ultra-high speeds and low latency . Support for variable length cell switching significantly improves the operational efficiency of the entire cluster.

In a single CR19000 device with 1200G per slot, each port can operate at speeds up to 100 Gbps. The router supports a maximum of 240 100G ports, and this number will increase

The CR19000 series supports clustering of multiple devices in B2B configurations, 2+6 connections and according to the 3+12 scheme, which allows up to 12 chassis to be cascaded. Gradual expansion from a single chassis to a large cluster protects investment.

Open architecture and SDN-centric design

With complete SDN support CR19000 routers offer interfaces of various protocols for interaction with external systems, and can also work effectively with SDN controllers. This enables precise control of network resources by users on demand and significantly improves network operational efficiency.

High availability and advanced security features

The CR19000 series provides a full range of high availability features through:

Advanced distributed architecture – separate routing, switching and services processor modules exclude the presence of critical elements, the failure of which could lead to failure of the entire system. Separating the control plane from the service plane prevents interference between service processing and system management, ensuring uninterrupted service delivery when switching from the active to the standby module. Support for N+M redundancy for switch fabric modules ensures that traffic is forwarded at transmission speeds when switch fabric modules are replaced.

Comware 7 operating system – in-plane Operating system management uses multi-core and symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) technologies to ensure separation of the processing and launch spaces of each software module, with the possibility of dynamic loading and isolated updating. It supports running specific processes on a dedicated set of processors, as well as preemption and scheduling settings, which ensures that resources are available for critical services during periods of high processor load. Distributed computing and fine-grained control mechanisms further enhance system stability.

Availability Features – The CR19000 supports a wide range of availability features such as non-disruptive patching , NSR, GR, BFD and NQA link state detection protocols, IP FRR and LDP FRR fast convergence protocols, and Embedded Automation Architecture (EAA). With these features, CR19000 routers are capable of delivering the high service capacity and ultra-fast service protocol convergence needed by service providers in large-scale networks.

Eco-friendly design

Industry-leading green and environmentally friendly design for superior energy efficiency and gradual upgrade capability.

The router uses direct vents that provide significantly higher cooling efficiency compared to traditional U-shaped, Z-shaped or C-shaped vents. Thanks to this design, air passes through the router with virtually no loss in volume and flow rate, allowing it to fully meet the cooling needs of backbone devices with an ever-increasing capacity.

Due to the heat dissipation system on intelligent micromodules in the router, an optimal balance between ventilation and power consumption is achieved. Cluster systems are capable of intelligently adjusting fan speeds depending on readings at heat generation points, ensuring the necessary ventilation of the system as a whole.

The router uses straight vents, which provide significantly higher cooling efficiency compared to traditional U-shaped, Z-shaped or C-shaped vents . Thanks to this design, air passes through the router with virtually no loss in volume and flow rate, allowing it to fully meet the cooling needs of backbone devices with an ever-increasing capacity.

Due to the heat dissipation system on intelligent micromodules in the router, an optimal balance between ventilation and power consumption is achieved. Cluster systems are capable of intelligently adjusting fan speeds depending on readings at heat generation points, ensuring the necessary ventilation of the system as a whole.

The router uses straight vents, which provide significantly higher cooling efficiency compared to traditional U-shaped, Z-shaped or C-shaped vents . Thanks to this design, air passes through the router with virtually no loss in volume and flow rate, allowing it to fully meet the cooling needs of backbone devices with an ever-increasing capacity.

Due to the heat dissipation system on intelligent micromodules in the router, an optimal balance between ventilation and power consumption is achieved. Cluster systems are capable of intelligently adjusting fan speeds depending on readings at heat generation points, ensuring the necessary ventilation of the system as a whole.

Additional information

Dimensions 182 × 44 × 85 cm
MPU module slots

2

Slots for switch fabrics

8

Line Card Slots

20

Switching capacity

172.8 Tbit/s

Total system throughput

36 Tbit/s

Power supplies

24 power supplies per chassis support redundancy and intelligent power management

Fan modules

33 fan modules per chassis support redundancy and intelligent heat dissipation

Working temperature

0°C to 45°C (32°F to 113°F)

Operating humidity

5% to 95% non-condensing

Operating altitude

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

Ports

1000BASE-X-SFP Fiber Ports, 100GBASE-R-CFP2 Fiber Optic Ports, 100GBASE-R-QSFP28 Fiber Optic Ports, 10GBASE-R/W-SFP+ Fiber Optic Ports, 40GBASE-R-QSFP+ Fiber Optic Ports, Fiber Optic Ports POS-OC48c/OC12c/OC3c-SFP, POS-OC192c/STM64c- Fiber Optic Ports XFP

EMC standards

FCC Part 15 (CFR 47) CLASS A, ICES-003 CLASS A, VCCI-3 CLASS A, VCCI-4 CLASS A

Safety Standards

AS/NZS 60950, CAN/CSA-C22.2 No.60950-1, EN 60825-1, EN 60825-2, EN 60950-1/A11, FDA 21 CFR Subpart J, GB 4943, IEC 60950-1, UL 60950-1

Interfaces

Interfaces GE, 10GE, 40GE and 100GE, POS interfaces OC-192c/STM-64c, POS-OC48c/OC12c/OC3c-SFP interfaces

QinQ

VLAN termination

Traffic statistics

Statistics on incoming and outgoing traffic

QoS

CBQ, Congestion Control, Dynamically Changing QoS Policies, Guaranteed CAR Access Rate (Ingress/Egress), Priority Marking/Remarking, QoS Policy (applied at interface level, globally, control plane level), QPPB, Queue Scheduling

Access Control Lists (ACLs)

Applying ACLs per interface or globally, Basic and Extended Access Control Lists (ACLs), Ingress/Exit ACLs

IPv4 protocol

ARP, Proxy ARP, DHCP, DNS, ICMPv4, NTP, TCP, UDP, RawIP, Ping, Traceroute, Telnet, FTP, TFTP

IPv6 protocol

6PE, DHCPv6, DNS6, Dual stack IPv4 and IPv6 protocols, ICMPv6, ND, PMTUD (IPv6), TCP6, UDP6, RawIP6, Pingv6, Traceroute6, Telnetv6, FTPv6, TFTPv6, VRRPv3

IPv4 routing protocols

BGPv4, IS-IS, OSPFv2, RIPv1/v2, Static routing/routing policies/recursive route lookup/policy-based routing for IPv4

IPv6 routing protocols

BGPv4+, IS-IS6, OSPFv3, RIPng, Static routing/routing policies/recursive route lookup/policy-based routing for IPv6

Multicast at Layer 3

IPv4 Multicast Group Management, IPv4 Multicast Routes between Autonomous Systems, IPv4 Multicast Routes within an Autonomous System, IPv6 Multicast Group Management, IPv6 Multicast Routes within an Autonomous System, Multicast VPN, Static Multicast Routes

Interconnections

VXLAN networks

MPLS

6VPE, Basic MPLS functions, MPLS L3VPN, MPLS TE, P2MP, VPWS/VPLS

SDN

BGP-LS, BMP, Flowspec, OpenFlow, PCEP, Segment routing

Device Security

Attack detection, Diagnostics of transmitted and received packets, Protection against attacks aimed at specific data packets, Protection against attacks aimed at specific data transfer protocols, Protection of protocol packets

Network Security

Limiting traffic of certain protocols, NetStream, Packet filtering, Packet validity checking, Protection against ARP attacks, uRPF

User Security

Authentication, Authorization and Accounting (AAA), Securing Device Management Interfaces, SSH

Device management

Management via the command line interface when accessing the device via the console port, Telnet or sTelnet (SSH)

File management

Create, copy, delete, save files and directories, File formatting, Upload/download files via FTP/TFTP

Network Maintenance

LSP Ping/Tracert, Ping, Port Loop Detection, TraceRoute

High Availability

Active/standby switching, BFD for VRRP/BGP/IS-IS/RIP/OSPF/static routing, Fabric module redundancy, GR, Hot swap cards, IP FRR, Non-disruptive patching, NSR, VRRP, VRRPE

Brand

H3C

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