Superseded Standard

IEEE 1904.1-2013

IEEE Standard for Service Interoperability in Ethernet Passive Optical Networks (SIEPON)

This standard describes the system-level requirements needed to ensure service-level, multi-vendor interoperability of Ethernet Passive Optical Network (EPON) equipment. The specifications complement the existing IEEE 802.3 and IEEE 802.1 standards, which ensure the interoperability at the Physical Layer (PHY) and Data Link Layer. Specifically included in this specification are - EPON system-level interoperability specifications covering equipment functionality, traffic engineering, and service-level quality of service/class of service (QoS/CoS) mechanisms; - Management specifications covering equipment management, service management, and EPON power-saving mechanism.

Sponsor Committee
COM/AccessCore-SC - Access and Core Networks Standards Committee
Status
Superseded Standard
PAR Approval
2009-12-09
Superseded by
1904.1-2017
Board Approval
2013-06-14
History
Published:
2013-09-20

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Communications Society
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Sponsor Committee
COM/AccessCore-SC - Access and Core Networks Standards Committee
Working Group
1904_WG - Access Networks Working Group
IEEE Program Manager
Jennifer Santulli
Contact
Working Group Chair
Glen Kramer

P1904.4

Standard for Service Interoperability in 25 Gb/s and 50 Gb/s Ethernet Passive Optical Networks

This standard describes the system-level requirements needed to provide service-level, multi-vendor interoperability of Ethernet Passive Optical Network (EPON) equipment. The specifications complement the existing IEEE 802.3(TM) and IEEE 802.1Q(TM) standards, which enable the interoperability at the Physical Layer and Data Link Layer. Specifically included in this specification are: - 25G-EPON and 50G-EPON system-level interoperability specifications covering equipment functionality, traffic engineering, and service-level quality of service/class of service (QoS/CoS) mechanisms; - Management specifications covering equipment management, service management, and power utilization.

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1904.1-2017

IEEE Standard for Service Interoperability in Ethernet Passive Optical Networks (SIEPON)

The system-level requirements needed to ensure service-level, multi-vendor interoperability of Ethernet Passive Optical Network (EPON) equipment is described. The existing IEEE 802.3 and IEEE 802.1 standards, which ensure the interoperability at the Physical Layer (PHY) and Data Link Layer, are complemented by the specifications. Specifically included in this specification are - EPON system-level interoperability specifications covering equipment functionality, traffic engineering, and service-level quality of service/class of service (QoS/CoS) mechanisms; - Management specifications covering equipment management, service management, and EPON power-saving mechanism.

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1904.1-Conformance01-2014

IEEE Standard for Conformance Test Procedures for Service Interoperability in Ethernet Passive Optical Networks, IEEE Std 1904.1(TM) Package A

This standard specifies a suite of conformance tests for system-level requirements of Ethernet Passive Optical Network (EPON) equipment, defined in IEEE 1904.1 Package A.

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1904.1-Conformance02-2014

IEEE Standard for Conformance Test Procedures for Service Interoperability in Ethernet Passive Optical Networks, IEEE Std 1904.1(TM) Package B

This standard specifies a suite of conformance tests for system-level requirements of Ethernet Passive Optical Network (EPON) equipment, defined in IEEE 1904.1 Package B.

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1904.1-Conformance03-2014

IEEE Standard for Conformance Test Procedures for Service Interoperability in Ethernet Passive Optical Networks, IEEE Std 1904.1(TM) Package C

This standard specifies a suite of conformance tests for system-level requirements of Ethernet Passive Optical Network (EPON) equipment, defined in IEEE 1904.1 Package C.

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1904.2-2021

IEEE Standard for Control and Management of Virtual Links in Ethernet-based Subscriber Access Networks

Control mechanisms and management methods necessary to enable creation and operation of virtual links in Ethernet-based subscriber access networks are described. The key characteristics of the Virtual Link Control (VLC) mechanisms are: - The ability to transit Layer 2 bridges in a single IEEE 802 Media Access Control (MAC) domain to allow remote device management - Extensibility to accommodate new protocols and new types of devices - The ability to simultaneously send messages to multiple VLC-aware stations using broadcast or multicast addressing The message format, as well as processing operations at the stations participating in the VLC protocol, are described.

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