IEC 61375-3-4-2014

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IEC Ec61375-3-4 Edition 10 2014-03 INTERNATIONAL STANDARD NORME INTERNATIONALE colour Inside Electronic railway equipment- Train communication network (TCN) Part 3-4: Ethernet Consist Network(ECN) Materiel electronique ferroviaire Reseau embarque de train tcne Partie 3-4: Reseau Ethernet de rame(ECN) INTERNATIONAL ELECTROTECHNICAL COMMISSION COMMISSION ELECTROTECHNIQUE NTERNAT○NALE PRICE CODE CODE PRIX XE CS45.060 SBN978-2-8322-1447-3 Warning Make sure that you obtained this publication from an authorized distributor. Attention! Veuillez vous assurer que vous avez obtenu cette publication via un distributeur agree Registered trademark of the International Electrotechnical Commission Marque depose de la Commission Electrotechnique Internationale EC61375-3-4:2014◎|EC2014 CONTENTS FOREWORD INTRODUCTION 1 Scope 12 2 Normative references 12 3 Terms, definitions, symbols, abbreviations and conventions .13 3.1 Terms and definitions 13 3.2 Symbols and abbreviated terms 14 3.3 Conventions .17 3.3.1 Bit numbering conventions………… 17 3.3.2 Byte order conventions 17 3.3.3 Data types 17 4 Common part 18 4.1 eneral 18 4.2 Architecture 18 4.2.1 Network structure 18 4.2.2 Network topology 19 4.2.3 End device classes 20 4.2.4 Network Device types and Consist Switch classes .21 4.3 Data class 22 4.4 Functions and services 23 4.5 Redundancy 24 4.5.1 General 24 4.5.2 Definitions 25 4.5.3 Redundancy managed at network leve 25 4.5.4 Redundancy managed at End device level 6 4.6 Quality of service .27 4.6.1 General 27 4.6.2 Priority level 27 4.6.3 Assignment of priority level 28 4.6.4 Consist switch behavior 28 4.6.5 Ingress rate limiting 28 4.6.6 Egress rate shaping 29 4.7 iP address and related definitions 29 4.7.1 Consist network address 29 4.7.2 Train network address 29 4.7.3 Group Address 30 4.7.4 Name resolution and naming definitions .... .30 IP address and network configuration management 31 4.8.1 Consist Network address management........ 31 4.8.2 Train network address management 4.8.3 Static network configuration parameters 32 4.8.4 DHCP configuration parameters 32 4.8.5 IP address management for TBN redundancy 33 4.9 Network device interface 34 4.9.1 General 34 EC61375-3-4:2014◎|EC2014 4.9.2 Function requirements 34 4.9.3 Performance requirements 36 4.9.4 Physical layer 36 4.9.5 nk layer.. .39 4.9.6 Network Layer .39 4.9.7 Transport Layer… 11主E面垂 39 4.9.8 Application layers 4.10 End device interface 40 4.10.1 General 40 4.10.2 Physical Layer 42 4.10.3 Link Laye 43 4.10.4 Network l 43 4.10.5 Transport Layer 43 4.10.6 Application la 43 4. 1 1 Gateway functions 44 4.11.1 WTB gateway functions 44 4.11.2 ETB gateway functions 44 4.12 Network management 45 4.12.1 ECN network management 45 4.12.2 WTB network management 45 4.12.3 ETB network management 45 5 Conformance test 45 Annex A(informative) Reliability and availability comparison between ECN architectures 46 General .46 A.2 Failure cases 46 A.2.1 Definitions 46 A.2.2 EXample of failure cases-Linear topology 47 A.2.3 Example of failure cases-Parallel networks 48 A.2.4 EXample of failure cases- Ring topology……… 49 A.2.5 Example of failure cases-Ladder topology 50 Redundancy level of ECN architecture .52 A.4 Reliability analysis of redundancy level 53 A.5 Redundancy of end devices 55 Annex B(informative) Railway-Network Address Translation(R-NAT) 57 General .57 Local consist subnet ip address 57 B 3 TBN R-NAT .58 B Interoperability issue between TBNs 58 Annex C(normative) Transceiver with amplified signals protocol definition ..60 C.1 General 60 C 2 Type A: Transceiver with amplified signals for Physical Layer based on lEEE802.3(10BASE-T)…… 60 C.2.1 General 60 C.2.2 Transceiver unit 60 C.2.3 Transmission signal characteristics 61 C.2.4 Reception signal characteristics 64 ype B: Transceiver with amplified signals for Physical Layer based on IEEE 802.3(100BASE-TX) 65 4 EC61375-3-4:2014◎|EC2014 C.3.1 General 65 C.3.2 Transceiver unit ∴65 C.3.3 Transmission signal characteristics .66 C.3.4 Reception signal characteristics 66 Annex d(informative) Ladder topology protocol definition 68 D.1 Genera 68 D.2 Architecture of consist network node 68 D.2.1 General 68 D.2.2 Concept of ladder topology 68 D.2.3 Configuration of ladder topology 69 D.2.4 Functional structure of consist network node D.2.5 Traffic Store for process data .72 D.2.6 Redundancy in ladder topology 73 D.2.7 Configuration parameters for ladder topology 75 D.2.8 Signal connection for trunk link 76 D.2.9 Local link connection D.3 Link Layer 77 D.3.1 General 77 D.3.2 MAC- Media access control 78 D.3.3 P address and IP address management 101 Consist Network Node management protoco 101 D.4.1 General 101 D.4.2 Architecture of CNN manageme 102 D4.3 Individual cnn management information…… 102 D.4.4 CNN management database 105 Primitives for CNN management proto 107 D.4.6 Parameters for CNn management protocol.…… 107 Timers for CNn management protocol 108 D.4.8 Procedures for CNn management protocol 109 D.4.9 Operation of CNn manag nt machine 112 D4.10 Port number assignment for CNN management protocol ...............114 Failure cases in ladder topology 115 D.5.1 Ge 115 D.5.2 Failure cases 115 Restore of the network 119 Bibliography 120 Figure 1- Logical view of the ECN 19 Figure 2- Examples of ECN physical topologies 20 Figure 3- EXample of network components 25 Figure 4-EXamples of dual homing 27 Figure 5-D-coded M12 connector 38 Figure 6- Logical structure of the gateway between ecn and WtB 44 Figure A. 1-EXample of single network component failure 46 Figure A2- Example of double network component failures......... 47 Figure A.3-Example of a single component failure at a link on linear topology. ...................47 Figure A. 4-Example of a single component failure at an active component on linear topology 48 EC61375-3-4:2014◎|EC2014 5 Figure A. 5-Example of a single component failure at a link on parallel networks ...............48 Figure A.6-Example of a single component failure at an active component on parallel networks 49 Figure A 7- Example of a single component failure at a link on ring topology........49 Figure A. 8-Example of a single component failure at an active component on ring topology.… 50 Figure A 9-EXample of a single component failure at an active component on ring topology(with dual homing ED) 50 Figure A. 10-Example of a single component failure at a link on a ladder topology. .............51 Figure A 11- Example of a single component failure at an active component on ladder topolog 5 Figure A 12 -Example of double component failures at links on ladder topology 51 Figure A. 13-Example of double component failures at active components on ladder topology(with bypass 52 Figure A 14- Example of ECN architecture classified by redundancy level 53 Figure B. 1-Example of ECn local IP range, shadow"of train IP range for R-NAT 57 Figure B. 2-Example of Railway Network Translation(R-NAT 58 Figure B 3- From R-NAT tBn to TBN.. .59 Figure B 4- From tBN to R-NAT TBN 59 Figure C 1 -Block diagram of transceiver unit for 10BASE-T MAU Figure C 2- Differential output voltage test 66 Figure C. 3-Twisted-pair model 62 Figure C 4- Amplified voltage template 62 Figure C 5- Amplified transmitter waveform for start of TP IDL 63 Figure C 6- Start-of-TPIDL test load .64 Figure C. 7-Amplified transmitter waveform for link test pulse 64 Figure C 8- Amplified receiver differential input voltage narrow pulse 65 Figure C 9- Amplified receiver differential input voltage-wide pulse .65 Figure c 10-block diagram of transceiver unit 66 Figure C. 11-Signal detect assertion threshold 67 Figure D 1- Concept of ladder topology ..69 Figure D 2-Configuration of ladder topology 69 Figure D3-Basic flows of data frames on trunk links and local links in ladder topology .....70 Figure D 4-Functional structure of Consist Network Node 72 Figure D 5- Concept of Traffic Store in ladder topology 73 Figure D. 6-Example of configuration of ladder topology .74 Figure D 7-Block diagram of the transceiver unit for a single twisted pair connection 77 Figure d 8- Cable connection for a single twisted pair 77 Figure d 9- Example of CNn number assignment in ladder topology 79 Figure d 10-Frame format for the commands 80 Figure D 11- Link establishment between tWo CNNs 82 igure D. 12-Link establishment in ladder topology 83 Figure d. 13-Local links between redundant CNNs....... 83 Figure D 14- Example of CNN modes 83 Figure D 15- Structure and primitives of Real Time MAc sub-layer 85 EC61375-3-4:2014◎|C2014 Figure D. 16-TPCM state machine .90 Figure D 17- ACM state machine .93 Figure d 18- State diagram of USE TOKEN 95 Figure D. 19-Example of sequence of transmission 99 Figure D20- Architecture of CNn management 102 Figure D21- State diagram for CNNMM 113 Figure D 22 -Normal configuration of transmission paths in ladder topology .....................115 Figure D23- Re-configuration of transmission paths with a single link failure in a sub network 116 Figure D. 24-Re-configuration of transmission paths with a single CNN failure in a sub-network 116 Figure D25- Re-configuration of transmission paths with double failures of links in a sub-network 117 Figure D26- Re-configuration of transmission paths with double failures of links over both sub-networks 117 Figure D. 27-Re-configuration of transmission paths with double failures of cnns over both sub-networks 118 Figure D 28- Re-configuration of transmission paths with double failures of a link and a cnn over both sub-networks 118 Figure D. 29-Re-configuration of transmission paths with double failures of a link and a Cnn over both sub-networks .119 Table 1-End Device classes(1). 21 Table 2-End Device classes (2)...... 21 T able 3-Network Device types 22 Table 4- Consist switch classes Table 5- Data class service parameters...................... 23 Table 6-Typical values for data class service parameters 23 Table 7-Mapping of priorities to data classes 8 Table 8-End Device static network configuration parameters .32 Table 9- dHCP options 33 Table 10- Summary of Network Device interfaces 34 Table 11-Pinning for D-coded M12 connector 38 Table 12- Summary of End Device interfaces Table A 1- Redundancy level of Ecn architecture 52 Table A 2- Reliability of redundancy level 54 Table A3- Reliability when common cause failures are considered 54 Table A 4- Parameters for reliability and availability calculation 55 Table A. 5- reliability and availability example values 55 Table A.6-Reliability with ED redundancy comparison Table A 7-Comparison of MTBFs ratios with ED redundancy...............56 Table C. 1-Output voltage template table Table C2- Twisted pair active output interface 66 Table D. 1-Configuration parameters for CNN in sub-network 1 75 Table D 2-Configuration parameters for CNN in sub-network 2 75 EC61375-3-4:2014◎|EC2014 Table D.3-Configuration Process Data Transmission Substitute Table D 4-Type Configuration Substitute 76 Table D 5- Signal connection between transceivers(single twisted pair) 77 Table,- cnn number ..78 Table d. 7- contents of the destination address field .80 Table d 8- contents of the source address field 80 Table D 9- Contents of the Length/Type field 80 Table d. 10- contents of command and check code fields Table D. 11-Contents of the Padding field 88 Table D 12- CNN mode for CNN in ladder topology............... 84 Table d.13- Physical layer primitives.,…,,… 85 Table D 14- Variables and parameters for real time MAC protocol .86 Table d, 15- frame name 87 Table D 16- Timers for real time MAc protocol ..87 Table D. 17-Procedures for real time MAc protocol 88 Table D. 18-Events for real time MAC protocol 88 Table D 19- TRRc primitives 88 Table D.20-TRRc operation on acceptance of request primitives .89 Table D. 21-TRRC operation on acceptance of physical indication primitives 89 Table d,22- state transition table for tpcm .9 Table d,23- procedures in tpcm state machine 92 Table D. 24-TPCM primitives 。。, 92 Table d25- state transition table for acm 94 Table d 26- state transition table for use toKen .96 Table d 27- variable for acm ..97 Table D28- Configuration parameters for real time mac 97 Table d.29- Time elements for sequence of transmission.……,…, 99 Table D30- Data class service parameters 100 Table d, 31-notation for ip address fields 101 Table D 32- Format of individual cnn management information .103 Table D 33- Description of parameters for individual CNn management information .104 Table D34- Type Connection Status 105 Table D 35- Type_CNn_Flags 105 Table d.36-Type_lp_Adr_3_4…… 105 Table D37- Parameters of Cnn management database............ 106 T able D. 38-Type Connection Status_ All 106 Table D 39- Type Ip Addr 3 4 All 107 Table D 40-Type Healthy Count All.... 107 Table D. 41-Primitives to the lower protocol layer for CNN management 107 Table d42- Parameters for CNN management.…… 108 Table D 43- Timers for CNN management 109 Table D. 44-Procedures for Cnn management 109 Table D 45- Functions for substitution transmission by detecting bypassed CNN 110 8 EC61375-3-4:2014◎|C2014 Table D.46-Functions for substitution transmission by detecting link failure 112 Table D. 47-Events for CNN management 112 Table d, 48- State transition table for cnnmm 114 Table D 49 -Default port number for CNn management protocol .115

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