S320 Photonic Switch Getting Started Guide

S320 Photonic Switch
Getting Started Guide
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Contents
1
GETTING STARTED............................................................................................................................. 4
2
UNPACKING THE S320 SWITCH ......................................................................................................... 5
2.1
Tools and Equipment Used for Unpacking ................................................................................ 5
2.2
Unpacking the S320 Switch ....................................................................................................... 5
2.3
Contents Inventory.................................................................................................................... 6
2.3.1
3
HARDWARE INSTALLATION ............................................................................................................... 8
3.1
Installation overview ................................................................................................................. 8
3.1.1
Required Tools ................................................................................................................... 8
3.1.2
Mounting the CALIENT S320 Photonic Switch into a Rack ................................................. 8
3.2
Connecting communication interfaces...................................................................................... 9
3.2.1
Connecting the Craft Serial Cable ...................................................................................... 9
3.2.2
Connecting Ethernet........................................................................................................ 10
3.3
Power connections .................................................................................................................. 10
3.4
Connecting external 48V power supply .................................................................................. 11
3.5
Booting Up .............................................................................................................................. 14
3.5.1
Applying Electrical Power ................................................................................................ 14
3.5.2
Resetting system network defaults ................................................................................. 14
3.5.3
Logging In ........................................................................................................................ 15
3.5.4
Connecting Using the Serial Port .................................................................................... 18
3.5.5
Network Configuration Scripts ........................................................................................ 18
3.5.6
Stopping and starting services ......................................................................................... 24
3.6
4
Unlocking the S320 Switch .............................................................................................. 6
Fiber Connections................................................................................................................. 25
MANAGING THE S320 USING TL1 .................................................................................................... 27
4.2
TL1 Agent Connection ............................................................................................................. 27
4.1.1
Connecting Using Telnet ................................................................................................. 27
4.1.2
Connecting to TL1 via SSH (Secure TELNET)..................................................................... 27
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GETTING STARTED
This document outlines the steps required to install and configure the CALIENT S320
Photonic Switch:
Rack
Cable
Boot
Configure
Fiber
Manage
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2.1
UNPACKING THE S320 SWITCH
Tools and Equipment Used for Unpacking
These tools are recommended for opening the CALIENT S320 Photonic Switch shipping
containers:
Utility knife
Phillips head screw drivers in sizes #1 and #2
2.2
Unpacking the S320 Switch
When unpacking, remove and retain the shipping lockdown baseplate, materials and
containers for future shipments. The CALIENT S320 Photonic Switch can only be shipped
using the original shipping lockdown baseplate and container; otherwise, the warranty
will be void.
To inspect and unpack the CALIENT S320 Photonic Switch, perform the following steps:
Carefully inspect the exterior of each shipping container for any obvious signs of
damage that may have occurred during shipping.
Cut the band straps wrapped around the container.
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The CALIENT S320 Photonic Switch weighs approximately 61 lbs. including the
shipping container and its contents. Take proper care when lifting it. When handling
the switch module, always keep it right side up and level.
Remove and set aside the box with the cables and CD. Carefully lift the chassis
out of its container and place it on a bench. Remove its anti-ESD bag and retain
the bag for future shipping needs.
Compare the contents of the shipment against the packing list. If any items are
missing, contact CALIENT Service and Support.
2.3
Contents
Inventory
The shipping container includes the following general
contents:
The CALIENT S320 Photonic Switch system hardware.
Cables: Craft serial cable (1), Unshielded Ethernet cables (2).
Documentation and Software: A CD with copies of the CALIENT S320 Photonic
Switch Hardware Guide, Getting Started Guide, TL1 Guide, the Alarm Reference
Guide and Release Notes and the version of product software that was current at
the time your S320 Switch shipped. Customers can access the latest version of
documents and software at www.calient.net.
Miscellaneous: 12-24 Rack mounting screws (8).
Before installing a CALIENT Photonic Switch for the first time, be sure to look for the
latest software releases as well as the latest installation and configuration guides. All are
available at library.calient.net. In case you are unable to connect to the Internet, we have
included the current software and documents at the time your S320 Photonic Switch
shipped from CALIENT.
2.3.1
Unlocking the S320 Switch
The CALIENT S320 Photonic System Switch is unlocked when the shipping lockdown
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baseplate is removed. To remove the shipping lockdown baseplate, one person
presses the shipping lockdown baseplate firmly down while the other lifts the S320.
Retain the shipping lockdown baseplate (see Figure 1 below), anti-ESD bag, materials
and containers for future shipments. The CALIENT S320 Photonic Switch can only be
shipped using the original shipping lockdown baseplate and container.
Figure 1 Shipping lockdown baseplate
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3.1
HARDWARE INSTALLATION
Installation overview
The CALIENT S320 Photonic Switch installation consists of the following general steps:
1) Physical installation of the CALIENT S320 Photonic Switch into a rack
2) Connecting the configuration interfaces (serial craft cable and Ethernet cables) of
the CALIENT S320 Photonic Switch
3) Connecting the power interfaces of the CALIENT S320 Photonic Switch
4) Booting up the CALIENT S320 Photonic Switch
5) Installing the fiber interfaces of the CALIENT S320 Photonic Switch
We suggest users assemble the following before installing the CALIENT S320 Photonic
Switch:
7 RU of rack space in a 19”, 23” or ETSI rack to house the CALIENT S320 Photonic
Switch
A mounting shelf for use with two-post racks or a support bracket set for use
with four-post racks
Power accessible to the CALIENT S320 Photonic Switch
Input and output optical fiber cables with LC-UPC connectors, accessible at the
CALIENT S320 Photonic Switch rack
Computer resources providing terminal emulation and craft serial interface
accessible communication at the CALIENT S320 Photonic Switch rack
3.1.1
Required Tools
3.1.2
Mounting the CALIENT S320 Photonic Switch into a
Rack
Both#1 and #2 Phillips screwdrivers are required.
The CALIENT S320 Photonic Switch is a 7 RU unit and mounts with screws to rack
uprights using the front panel perimeter holes.
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CALIENT recommends that two people install the CALIENT S320 Photonic Switch into a
rack, one person to support the unit and a second person to secure the rack screws.
CALIENT strongly recommends use of a shelf while mounting the CALIENT S320 in a rack.
To install the CALIENT S320 Photonic Switch into a rack, first attach a shelf or support
bracket set to the rack, one screw-hole below the desired location of the S320 Switch.
This shelf will support the S320 while it is bolted to the rack. Lift the S320 onto the
supporting device, and bolt it to the rack.
Failure to follow safety rules and instructions in this manual may result in bodily injury.
3.2
3.2.1
Connecting communication interfaces
Connecting the Craft Serial Cable
Use a craft serial cable to connect to the craft interface on the CALIENT S320 Photonic
Switch. The craft serial cable connection is used to retrieve (or set) the S320 IP address
and perform TL1 operations. Connect one end of the serial cable to the serial connector
on the front of the S320, as shown in Figure 2. Connect the other end of the cable to the
serial connector on the host PC.
The supplied USB to RS232 serial cable appears as a UT232R in the Windows Control
Panel device manager. If a driver for this cable is not available, it can be downloaded
online at http://www.ftdichip.com/Drivers/VCP.htm.
To reset the IP address using the serial connection, refer to section 3.5.4.
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Figure 2: The front panel of the S320 Switch shows the location of the Craft and LAN ports.
3.2.2
Connecting Ethernet
The CALIENT S320 Photonic Switch has two Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) RJ-45 jacks labeled
NMS LAN A and B on the front of the S320 as shown above. The Ethernet connection is
used to control the CALIENT S320 using TL1 via a Telnet session, or using the browserbased graphical user interface (GUI).
Use shielded Ethernet cables with the shields grounded at both ends. The S-series switch
is approved for installation in a common bonded network (CBN).
3.3
Power connections
The power module for the CALIENT S320 Photonic Switch is an -48 VDC terminal strip.
Contact CALIENT for more information if required.
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3.4
Connecting
supply
external
48V
power
1. Connect POWER SOURCE A: Connect the 48V power supply as shown in figure 3,
with the BLACK lead connected to the -48 VDC position, the RED lead connected
to the RETURN position, and the GREEN lead connected to the GROUND position.
Figure 3 Power Source A
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2. Connect POWER SOURCE B. With both power sources connected, the switch
should appear as shown in Figure 4.
Figure 4 Power Source B
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3. Grounding: The unconnected sides of the GREEN leads (Figure 5) are for the
Protective Earth connection and should be attached to the Telco Chassis or other
safety grounding point.
Figure 5 Green leads
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3.5
Booting Up
3.5.1
Applying Electrical Power
The next task in the installation procedure involves applying power to the CALIENT S320
Photonic Switch and booting the S320 Switch software.
Apply electrical power to the CALIENT S320 Photonic Switch. The system will begin its
boot process, which will take 3-4 minutes. The operational status LED indicators on the
front panel provide status information as described in Table 2.
Indicator
A PWR, B PWR
MDB
CRIT, MAJ, MIN
CP A, CP B
Color
Green
Green
Red
Green
Indicates
Power is applied
Operational
One or more alarms exists
System has passed startup
diagnostics and is operating
Table 1: The CALIENT S320 Photonic Switch FSU LED indicators
If power is applied to the Power Source A input but not the Power Source B input (or vice
versa), the CALIENT S320 Photonic Switch will boot up and function, but the B PWR LED
will not be illuminated and a major alarm will be generated and communicated to the
user via the S320 management interfaces.
Please refer to the CALIENT S320 Alarm Reference Guide for a detailed description of
S320 alarm behavior.
3.5.2
Resetting system network defaults
It may be necessary to change some of the network default settings on the system
before logging into the CALIENT S320 Photonic Switch for the first time. CALIENT
provides a script to access and change these default settings as needed. The system
settings that can be changed include the following:
Host name,
IP, Netmask, and Gateway addresses,
DNS servers
NTP server
Time Zone
There are two IP interfaces eth0, eth2 and each of them has its own identity.
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3.5.3
Logging In
The switch supports two configurable Ethernet ports (Eth0 and Eth2) and one port
that is used for internal communication between two control processors (Eth1). The
default IP addresses for these ports are:
Eth0 : 192.168.0.2
Eth2 : Unassigned
CALIENT requires that the IP address of Eth1 must not be changed at any time. This
interface is used for internal communication between two control processors.
To access the CALIENT S320 Photonic Switch, please use the default username (there is
no password):
Username: root
After the initial installation, the username and password can be changed at the user’s
discretion. If the default password is changed, please keep a record of the new
password.
If the user-changed password is lost or forgotten, it can only be reset by disrupting
existing active connections and traffic. Please contact CALIENT Customer Service if you
lose or forget your password.
If the IP address has been changed from the default or is otherwise unknown, it can be
retrieved using the serial interface. To retrieve the current IP address, connect a serial
cable to the serial port on the CALIENT S320 Photonic Switch. Once connected and
logged in, enter gxc-config-network --show to determine the IP address of the switch.
Alternatively, use the TL1 Agent through the console or a PC, using a standard
terminal emulation program such as Putty. Please use the terminal emulation settings
listed in Connecting Using the Serial Port. The default TL1 username and password is:
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Username: admin
Password: pxc***
At the TL1 prompt, use the ACT-USER command to log in. The following example uses
the default username and password:
agent>actuser::admin:::pxc***
agent>rtrv-ip
Once the IP address is known, the user must configure the client IP network interface to
be on the same subnet as the CALIENT S320 Photonic Switch. Then, the user can log into
the GUI or telnet to the TL1 agent using the S320’s management interface
Mapping of the interfaces in the hardware is as explained below:
eth0  interface B on front panel
eth2  interface A on front panel
Both interfaces are highlighted in the Figure 6 below.
Figure 6 Part of the front panel of the S320 Switch highlighting the LAN ports.
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Below is the complete block diagram explaining the mapping.
Figure 7: Ethernet Interfaces Block diagram
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3.5.4
Connecting Using the Serial Port
Unlike the Telnet connection, the TL1 service over the serial port is always enabled.
Connect a serial cable to the serial port on the front panel of the CALIENT S320 Photonic
Switch. Once connected, interact with the TL1 Agent through the console or a PC, using a
standard terminal emulation program. Table 2 lists the terminal emulation settings.
The supplied USB to RS232 serial cable appears as a UT232R in the Windows Control
Panel device manager. If a driver for this cable is not available, it can be downloaded
online at http://www.ftdichip.com/Drivers/VCP.htm.
Item
Value
115200 baud
8
None
1
Off
None
VT100 or ASCII
Off
Auto
Data rate
Bits
Parity
Stop bit
Set local echo
Flow control
Terminal setting
Echo
Line wrap
Table 2: Terminal emulation settings for the S320
3.5.5
Network Configuration Scripts
The network configuration scripts (bonding and non-bonding) are available to modify the
system settings by connecting to the serial interface, logging in as root and entering:
Target# gxc-config-network
It is necessary to restart services after making any network configuration changes.
Below is an example of the bonding network configuration script including a summary of
all changes at the end of the session:
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gxc-config-network
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- GXCP Network Configuration Utility ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Running in interactive mode. Type 'help' for commands.
gxc-config-network> setup
Bonding, also called Link Aggregation, allows multiple Ethernet interfaces
to be combined into a single logical link. Various modes are available, all
of which provide redundancy; some modes also allow load balancing.
Ethernet bonding? (Type yes to Enable no to Disable) [no] : yes
-------------------------- Configuring Hostname --------------------------Enter system hostname : sw-714-test
-------------------- Configuring IP Interface 'bond0' --------------------IP Address : 192.168.102.205
Network Subnet Mask : 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway Address : 192.168.102.1
Primary Interface : ethA
------------------------- Configuring DNS Servers ------------------------Enter DNS servers one at a time.
When done, enter 0.0.0.0 to stop.
Primary DNS Server : 4.4.4.4
Secondary DNS Server : 5.5.5.5
Tertiary DNS Server : 6.6.6.6
----------------------- Configuring DNS Search Path ----------------------Press Enter to leave the current path unchanged, or specify
a new search path, with spaces separating each entry.
DNS Search Path : calient.net
-------------------- Configuring Network Time Protocol -------------------Enter NTP servers one at a time. When done, enter a blank value or 0.0.0.0.
If your organization or ISP does not have an NTP server, consider using the
public NTP servers provided by pool.ntp.org; see http://www.pool.ntp.org
for more information.
When done, enter a blank entry or 0.0.0.0 to stop.
Primary NTP Server : 192.168.120.13
Secondary NTP Server : 8.8.8.8
Tertiary NTP Server : 9.9.9.9
-------------------------- Configuring Time Zone -------------------------The system can be set to use Coordinated Universal Time (UTC, sometimes
called Greenwich Mean Time or GMT) or to a local timezone. Most systems
use a local timezone.
Will this system use UTC? [no] :
Please select a geographic location from the following list:
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1. Africa
2. Americas
…….
10. Pacific Ocean
Enter continent [2] : 2
Please select a country or region from the following list:
1. Antigua & Barbuda
2. Anguilla
3. Argentina
…….
Enter country [48] : 48
Please select a time zone from the following list:
1. Alaska Time
2. Alaska Time - Alaska panhandle
3. Alaska Time - Alaska panhandle neck
…….
30. Pacific Time
Enter zone [30] : 30
Selected Time Zone: America/Los_Angeles
-------------------------- CONFIGURATION SUMMARY -------------------------Hostname: sw-714-test
IP Interfaces: Device IP Address Network Mask Default Gateway
bond0 192.168.102.205 255.255.255.0 192.168.102.1
DNS Servers: 4.4.4.4
5.5.5.5
6.6.6.6
Search Domains: calient.net
NTP Servers: 192.168.120.13
8.8.8.8
9.9.9.9
Time Zone: America/Los_Angeles
--------------------------------------------------------------------------Is all of the above information correct? [yes] :
--------------------------------------------------------------------------Please wait while the wizard completes.
Saving configuration...Done.
Restarting network services to apply changes...
Shutting down interface eth0: [ OK ]
Stopping Switch-ctrl: [ OK ]
Shutting down loopback interface: [ OK ]
Bringing up loopback interface: [ OK ]
Bringing up interface bond0: [ OK ]
Bringing up interface eth1: [ OK ]
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Starting Switch-ctrl: [ OK ]
Shutting down ntpd: [ OK ]
Synchronizing with time server: [ OK ]
Syncing hardware clock to system time [ OK ]
Starting ntpd: [ OK ]
[17:39:27 root@sw-714-test:~]$
Below is an example of the non-bonding network configuration script including a
summary of all changes at the end of the session:
gxc-config-network
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- GXCP Network Configuration Utility ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Running in interactive mode. Type 'help' for commands.
gxc-conifg-network> setup
Bonding, also called Link Aggregation, allows multiple Ethernet interfaces to be combined
into a single logical link. Various modes are available, all of which provide redundancy;
some modes also allow load balancing.
Ethernet Bonding (Type yes to Enable no to Disable) [no] :
no
-------------------------- Configuring Hostname -----------------------Enter system hostname
: sw111
--------------------- Configuring IP Interface 'ethB' -----------------Interface State
: enabled
IP Address
: 192.168.101.181
Network Subnet Mask
Default Gateway Address
: 255.255.255.0
: 192.168.101.3
--------------------- Configuring IP Interface 'ethA' -----------------Interface State
: disabled
------------------------- Configuring DNS Servers ---------------------Enter DNS servers one at a time.
When done, enter 0.0.0.0 to stop.
Primary DNS Server
: 0.0.0.0
----------------------- Configuring DNS Search Path -------------------Press Enter to leave the current path unchanged, or specify
a new search path, with spaces separating each entry.
DNS Search Path : calient-s320
-------------------- Configuring Network Time Protocol ----------------Enter NTP servers one at a time. When done, enter a blank value or 0.0.0.0.
If your organization or ISP does not have an NTP server, consider using the
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public NTP servers provided by pool.ntp.org; see http://www.pool.ntp.org
for more information.
When done, enter a blank entry or 0.0.0.0 to stop.
<If not sure of NTP Server , give 0.0.0.0 or blank entry to Skip>
< You can configure
this anytime later>
Primary NTP Server
: 192.168.120.13
Secondary NTP Server
:
-------------------------- Configuring Time Zone ----------------------The S320 Switch can be set to use Coordinated Universal Time (UTC, sometimes
called Greenwich Mean Time or GMT) or to a local timezone. Most S320 Switches
use a local time zone.
Will this system use UTC? [no] :<if not UTC, press enter>
Select a geographic location from the following list:
1. Africa
2. Americas
……
10. Pacific Ocean
Enter continent [2] : <Select the Location from above>
Select a country or region from the following list:
1. Antigua & Barbuda
2. Anguilla
…
48. United States
…
Enter country [48] :<Select the Country from above>
Select a time zone from the following list:
1. Alaska Time
…
30. Pacific Time
Enter zone [30] :< Select the Time zone from above>
Selected Time Zone:
America/Los_Angeles
-------------------------- CONFIGURATION SUMMARY ----------------------Hostname:
IP Interfaces:
sw111
Device
IP Address
ethB
192.168.101.181 255.255.255.0
Network Mask
ethA
(interface is not configured)
ethA
(Link is down)
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DNS Servers:
No DNS servers currently defined.
Search Domains: calient-s320
NTP Servers:
192.168.120.13
Time Zone:
America/Los_Angeles
-----------------------------------------------------------------------Is all of the above information correct? [yes] :
-----------------------------------------------------------------------Wait while the wizard completes.
Saving configuration...Done.
Restarting network services to apply changes...
Shutting down interface eth0:
OK
]
Shutting down loopback interface: [
OK
]
Bringing up loopback interface:
[
OK
]
Bringing up interface eth0:
[
OK
]
Bringing up interface eth1:
[
OK
]
Stopping Switch-ctrl:
[
[
OK
]
Starting Switch-ctrl:
[
OK
]
Shutting down ntpd:
[
OK
]
Synchronizing with time server:
[
OK /FAILED ]
< this may appear as failed , if NTP server is not specified or not reachable>
< confirm whether the NTP server is reachable/available>
Syncing hardware clock to system time
Starting ntpd:
[
OK
[
OK
]
]
You must stop and start services on the switch in order for the changes to take effect.
The stop/start service script is available by connecting to the serial interface and entering:
Target# gxc-stop
Target# gxc-start
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It is necessary to restart services after making any network configuration changes.
3.5.6
Stopping and starting services
After configuring network settings, it is mandatory to stop and then start services on the
switch in order for the changes to take effect.
The stop/start service script is available by connecting to the serial interface and
entering:
Target# gxc-stop
Target# gxc-start
Below is an example of the start-stop script including a summary:
Stopping services
login as: root
root@Calient-S320:~# gxc-stop
SnmpServices
[STOPPED]
PHPService
[STOPPED]
WebServices
[STOPPED]
TL1Service
[STOPPED]
xConnectProvisioner
[STOPPED]
SwitchMatrix
[STOPPED]
NodeServices
[STOPPED]
Authentication
[STOPPED]
DeviceManager
[STOPPED]
AlarmServices
[STOPPED]
CfgReg
[STOPPED]
EventServices
[STOPPED]
EventConsumer
[STOPPED]
NamingService
[STOPPED]
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DspServices
[STOPPED]
GxcMonitor
[STOPPED]
Starting services
root@Calient-S320:~# gxc-start
DSP, Naming
and Event Services
..
[STARTED]
CfgReg Server, Cfg Writer
...
[STARTED]
Alarm Server
...
[STARTED]
Device Manager Services
.....
[STARTED]
Node Provisioner Server
...
[STARTED]
Authentication Server
...
[STARTED]
Matrix Card , Switch Matrix Server
....
[STARTED]
Transit Connection Provisioner Server
....................
[STARTED]
TL1 Server
......
[STARTED]
Web Services
..
[STARTED]
..
[STARTED]
SNMP Services
[All Services STARTED]
3.6
Fiber Connections
The final task in the installation procedure involves connecting fibers to the CALIENT
S320 Photonic Switch and establishing cross connects.
Connect fiber cables from equipment and outside plant fibers to the LC-UPC bulkhead
connectors on the CALIENT S320 Photonic Switch Fiber Interface. Connectors without
circles on the port number labels are S320 inputs, and connectors with circles on the port
number labels are S320 outputs (see Figure 8).
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Figure 8: Circled and non-circled ports
As Figure 9 shows, because of the directionality of the S320 monitoring taps, the
switch operates with light transmitted from the input fiber terminations to fiber
terminations. User optical transmitters are connected to the inputs, and user optical
receivers are connected to the outputs.
320 Input Fibers
Optical
Monitoring
Module (OMM)
MEMS
MEMS Switch
Module (MSM)
Fault Tolerant CPs
And Mirror Drivers
Figure 9: Fiber direction
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MANAGING THE S320 USING TL1
4.2
TL1 Agent Connection
This section describes management of the CALIENT S320 Photonic Switch via the TL1
command line interface using a Telnet or Serial port connection (see section 3.54 is using
a serial port connection).
4.1.1
Connecting Using Telnet
The TL1 Agent supports up to eight simultaneous sessions. To connect via Telnet, specify
the node IP address, and the port socket that provides the communication path. The
default IP address is 192.168.0.2, and the Gateway is 192.168.0.1. Two ports are used,
3082 and 3083, and each port represents a different mode of operation. Both modes are
available via SSH. Table 3 describes the differences between the two modes of
operation.
Port Socket
3082
3083
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Mode
Description
TL1-RAW
With this mode, the user does not interact
with the TL1 Agent, and does not receive the
agent> prompts at the console. When
provisioning in bulk, select this mode for
executing automated scripts. The online
help is not available with this mode.
TL1-TELNET
Typically, this mode is used for individual
configuration or provisioning. This mode
enables the user to interact with the TL1
Agent through the console, and receive
prompts and messages. Online help is
available with this mode.
Table 3: TL1-RAW mode vs. TL1-TELNET mode
Connecting to TL1 via SSH (Secure TELNET)
Use an SSH client like PuTTY. PuTTY is a free SSH and Telnet software application for
Windows which can be used to make an SSH connection to your device. You can
download the free software at http://www.putty.org/
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Requirements
Before you start, you will need:
Your SSH login credentials.
The IP address of the switch
Connecting using PuTTY
1. Open PuTTY and enter your connection settings:
Host Name: <?>
Port: 22 (leave as default)
Connection Type: SSH (leave as default)
2. Click Open to start the SSH session.
If this is your first time connecting to the switch from this computer, you will see the
following message displayed. Accept the connection by clicking Yes.
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3. Once the SSH Connection is open, you should see a terminal prompt asking for
your username:
login: tl1user
The SSH login username for the S320 switch is: tl1user.
4. You are now logged into your switch with SSH. You should see output like this:
You can begin typing commands at the prompt.
agent>
At this point, you can login to the switch using the TL1 command: ACT-USER.
The default TL1 username is: admin. The default TL1 password is: pxc***.
For more information on using TL1, refer to the S320 TL1 Command Reference Guide".
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