@bhardy - The 180C ONT and 30.1 software was declared GA on 4/26. The full details and features are announced in the new product announcement topic. I will close this thread.
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The high-density indoor Tellabs ONT180C provides eight (8) 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet interfaces in a sleek form factor. It is built leveraging all of the advanced IP and Ethernet functionality of the Tellabs OLAN true enterprise solution, including plug-n-play for more reliable, secure and efficient operations. Other key features of this ONT include:
Eight (8) ports of PoE, PoE+ and/or 4PPoE Power over Ethernet
Supports Dante and CobraNet digital audio systems over IP
Mounts in furniture, on wall, under desk, free-standing or with optional plenum bracket
For more information, you can access the ONT180C data sheet on Tellabs.com
The outdoor Tellabs ONT131W is equipped with three (3) 10/100/1000 RJ-45 Ethernet support and one (1) RJ-11 analog voice POTS. It too supports all the advanced IP and Ethernet functionality of the Tellabs OLAN true enterprise software, including plug-n-play of ONT plus subtended devices, and also supports:
Industrial temperature ratings for ubiquitous indoor and outdoor connectivity
Plenum rated for mounting in air handling spaces inside buildings
Power over Ethernet, both PoE and PoE+ enabled on two (2) ports
You can view and download the ONT131W data sheet for more details on Tellabs.com
Software Release 30.1
Dynamic ARP Inspection — Dynamic ARP inspection provides protection from ARP Spoofing attacks and helps to ensure that the proper MAC / IP binding is maintained in the ARP tables. Dynamic ARP inspection ensures that all of the ARP requests and responses are inspected to ensure they agree with the bindings given by DHCP or an ACL associated with the port.
MAC search in the Switching view — MAC address search of an end device can be accomplished by using the Forwarding DB tab in the Switching view. User can specify the UNI, the MAC address pattern, and the VLAN when conducting this search. Searching of VoIP stack MAC address on an ONT142R is also supported.
Increased VLAN support — Up to 80 VLANs can now be supported on a single slot.
ONT131W — Industrial temperature ONT that can be placed inside an enclosure for outdoor applications but can also be wall-mounted indoors and in plenum spaces. It has three GigE ports, two of which can supply up to 30W (combined) PoE. The ONT also has one POTS port for VoIP applications.
8-port ONT, ONT180C — An ONT with 8 ports of 10/100/1000 service.
ONT sysuptime support for ONT140, ONT142R, ONT100S, ONT180C — ONT sysuptime is now supported for these selected ONTs.
EMS Only Features
EMS Scheduler for OLT backup, EMS DB backup, OLT S/W download — Forget about the cumbersome procedure to set up a schedule task in Windows, EMS now offers a nice and easy way to set up a schedule to perform any of these three things: OLT backup, EMS DB backup, and OLT software download
Enhanced search function — The search function has been elevated to the toolbar that makes it easier to get to. The search categories have also been streamlined to make it easier to do a search.
New ONT report that Includes many ONT status data items — A new ONT Status report is now available. It contains many of the status data (wherever applicable) related to ONT, RF video, PoE, power management, etc.
Alarm notifications via Email — EMS GUI now offers a screen where the user can configure how alarm notifications will be delivered via email. It is available via the Edit menu.
Enhanced EMS user security model that would allow different setting for different user roles — The newly designed security model is profile-based and allow maximum flexibility to set up security policy per user role or even per individual user.
Customizable font and other GUI components — EMS now supports a range of common and mono-spaced fonts. Other.
Bulk configuration tools — The bulk configuration tools for ONT, UNI, and voice line now can be executed from the Tools->Bulk Configuration menu. These tools provide an efficient way to assign user labels to a large set of ONT or UNI, as well as making configuration changes to voice lines.
Diagnostic report enhancement — When collecting diagnostic information from OLT, it is now possible to enhance the process by specifying:
Which ESU or slot to get the data from
What categories of command should be executed
In addition to collect all the log files from given equipment
Windows Server 2012 Support
The SR30.1 EMS supports operation on the Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard Edition.
VLAN translation has been deprecated. This feature was used to map an ingress VLAN on a UNI to a different VLAN. This does not work on all ONTs and was causing confusion. It is recommended to use TLS as a replacement for this feature. TLS will be officially released in an upcoming maintenance release of 30.1 targeted for May 2019.
Tellabs Optical LAN Operational Efficiencies
This video describes the Tellabs Panorama PON manager as key to Operational efficiencies. When Tellabs optical LAN is deployed, Panorama improve efficiencies in the areas of installing, managing, and automating the LAN.
Tellabs Optical LAN High Availability Network Design
This video describes Tellabs Optical LAN as a High availability network design. Higher network availability provides better employee productivity, better performance than legacy copper-based active LANs, reduced human error with centralized intelligence and management, and enhanced redundancy with equipment options.
Tellabs Optical LAN Architectures
This video will deal with the Deployment Architectures that are supported by the Tellabs Optical LAN solution.
Configuring Cisco ISE for Tellabs Optical LAN
In this video, we will discuss the process for Configuring the Cisco ISE system to interface with the Tellabs Optical LAN OLT.
Introduction to MAC Authentication Bypass Features with Tellabs Optical LAN
The purpose of this video is to introduce the MAC Authentication Bypass feature of the Tellabs Optical LAN system and provide instruction on configuring it in Panorama.
Understanding and Utilizing Access Violations and Auto Port Disable in Tellabs Optical LAN
This video module is designed to help Tellabs Partners and customers better understand of the Access violation and auto disable features on the Tellabs Passive Optical LAN system. This video will also demonstrate how these features are provisioned in the Panorama EMS.
Utilizing the Tellabs Optical LAN Alarm Monitor Email Utility in Release 30.1
In this video, we will discuss the process for setting up and using the alarm monitor email utility on a windows server system. This utility provides a useful method to monitor alarms on the Panorama PON EMS by emailing alarms messages to system technicians or other responsible individuals.
Customizing Alarm Mapping Settings in the Tellabs Optical LAN
The purpose of this video is to introduce the OLT Alarm Mapping Customizing feature of the Tellabs Optical LAN system and provide instruction on configuring it in Panorama.
Using LLDP to Identify Tellabs Optical LAN Service Ports
The purpose of this video is to provide instructions on how to use LLDP to identify service ports on the Tellabs Optical LAN system from the service port side.
Using LLDP with VoIP Phones in a Tellabs Optical LAN
The purpose of this video is to give guidance and instruction on the use of the Link Layer Discovery Protocol when using Voice over IP phones.
Using The EMS OS Login for Tellabs Optical LAN
The purpose of this video is to introduce the EMS OS Login feature and provide step-by-step instructions on how to implement it.
Using Private VLANs with Tellabs Optical LAN
The purpose of this video is to explain private VLANs and how they can be implemented on the Tellabs Optical LAN products.
Using The Panorama PON Web Client
The purpose of this video is to familiarize you with the features and functionality of the Panorama PON Web client.
Utilizing ONT Auto Configuration
The purpose of this video is to introduce Tellabs partners and customers to new features introduced for the Tellabs Optical LAN system. The specific features highlighted in this video are the ONT Auto configuration capabilities. These features are designed to simplify the administration of ONTs by automatically configuring the system at the time the ONT is discovered on the PON.
Tellabs Optical LAN Release 30.1 Overview
Get introduced to the 30.1 release for Panorama and OLT software. This video includes a brief description of the features and hardware changes for the release.
Overview of Tellabs Software and Management
This video provides an overview of what Element Management System (EMS) software is and the key features of the Panaorama EMS. In addition the Tellabs Advanced Software Packages, a scalable software solution, is descibed.
Introduction to Passive Optical Lan
The objective of this video is to provide a solid understanding of Passive Optical LAN or POL. The topics addressed include a definition for POL, the basic components of a POL network, the history and evolution of POL and a description of the technology used in POL interfaces.