EdgeAccess
Model 2346
T3 Fiber Optic Modem
User Manual
EdgeAccess® Universal Chassis System
CAUTION!
This product may contain a laser diode emitter operating at a wavelength of 1300 nm - 1600 nm. Use
of optical instruments (for example: collimating optics) with this product may increase eye hazard.
Use of controls or adjustments or performing procedures other than those specified herein may result
in hazardous radiation exposure.
Under normal conditions, the radiation levels emitted by this product are under the Class 1 limits in
21 CFR Chapter 1, Subchapter J.
ATTENCION!
Cet équipement peut avoir une diode laser émettant à des longueurs d'onde allant de 1300nm à
1600nm. L'utilisation d'instruments optiques (par exemple : un collimateur optique) avec cet
équipement peut s'avèrer dangereuse pour les yeux. Procéder à des contrôles, des ajustements ou toute
procédure autre que celles décrites ci-après peut provoquer une exposition dangereuse à des
radiations.
Sous des conditions normales, le niveau des radiations émises par cet équipement est en dessous des
limites prescrites dans CFR21, chapitre 1, sous chapitre J.
NOTICE!
This device contains static sensitive components. It should be handled only with proper Electrostatic
Discharge (ESD) grounding procedures.
NOTE!
Cet équipement contient des composants sensibles aux décharges électro-statiques. Il doit absolument
être manipulé en respectant les règles de mise à la terre afin de prévenir de telles décharges.
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CANOGA PERKINS CORPORATION
An Inductotherm Company
20600 Prairie Street
Chatsworth, California 91311-6008
Business Phone: (818) 718-6300
(Monday through Friday 7 a.m. - 5 p.m. Pacific Time)
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Copyright © 2003 - 2005 Canoga Perkins Corporation
All Rights Reserved
EdgeAccess®
Universal Chassis System
2346 T3 Modem
Users Manual
Model Number 2346-UM
Part Number 6912680
Rev. D 09/2005
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To reference Technical Advisories and Product Release Notes, go to Canoga Perkins'
website: http://www.canoga.com/cservice.htm
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Overview ................................................................................................ 1-1
Chapter 2 Hardware Installation and Functions ................................................. 2-1
Set Up and Installation........................................................................................................................ 2-1
Power Up and Front Panel Functions ................................................................................................. 2-3
Alarm Functions ................................................................................................................................. 2-4
Chapter 3 Software Management.......................................................................... 3-1
Setting Up for Network Management................................................................................................. 3-1
Set Up the Network Management Platform.................................................................................. 3-1
Set Up the PC for Terminal Operation ........................................................................................ 3-1
Management User Interface................................................................................................................ 3-2
General Screen Format................................................................................................................ 3-2
User Interface Organization ........................................................................................................ 3-3
Login and Main Menu .................................................................................................................. 3-3
Manage the 2346................................................................................................................................. 3-4
View the Hardware Setup............................................................................................................. 3-4
Set the Date and Time .................................................................................................................. 3-5
Set Up SNMP Access.................................................................................................................... 3-5
Manage and Check Traps and Alarms......................................................................................... 3-6
Set Up Baud Rates and Modem/SLIP/PPP Parameters............................................................... 3-7
Update Software........................................................................................................................... 3-9
Manage Security ............................................................................................................................... 3-10
Set Up Host Access..................................................................................................................... 3-10
Change Your Password.............................................................................................................. 3-11
Manage the Modem .......................................................................................................................... 3-11
Set Up Functions and Check Status ........................................................................................... 3-11
Monitor Modem Performance.................................................................................................... 3-12
Chapter 4 Maintenance and Troubleshooting...................................................... 4-1
General Maintenance .......................................................................................................................... 4-1
Manage Cable Links .................................................................................................................... 4-1
Check Optical Power Levels ........................................................................................................ 4-1
Troubleshooting.................................................................................................................................. 4-2
Check a New Installation ............................................................................................................. 4-3
Alarms .......................................................................................................................................... 4-3
Problems With Configuration ...................................................................................................... 4-4
SW2 (Software Control) Setting Ignored ..................................................................................... 4-4
Problems With Fiber Optics......................................................................................................... 4-4
PING ............................................................................................................................................ 4-4
Loopback ...................................................................................................................................... 4-5
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Chapter 5 Specifications..........................................................................................5-1
2346 Specifications .............................................................................................................................5-1
2346 Models........................................................................................................................................5-2
Appendix A Warranty............................................................................................A-1
Appendix B Acronym and Abbreviation List ...................................................... B-1
Index.......................................................................................................................... I-1
List of Figures
Figure 1.
Figure 2.
Figure 3.
Figure 4.
Figure 5.
Figure 6.
Figure 7.
Figure 8.
Figure 9.
The 2346 Front Panel..........................................................................................................1-1
Switch and Jumper Locations .............................................................................................2-2
General Screen Format .......................................................................................................3-2
Normal Operation ...............................................................................................................4-6
Local Loopback ..................................................................................................................4-6
Local Bidirectional Loopback.............................................................................................4-6
Local Loopback at Both Ends.............................................................................................4-6
Remote Loopback ...............................................................................................................4-7
Remote Bidirectional Loopback .........................................................................................4-7
Table 1.
Table 2.
Table 3.
Table 4.
Table 5.
Table 6.
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Main Menu Selections..........................................................................................................3-4
Hardware Configuration Report...........................................................................................3-5
Trap Configuration Options .................................................................................................3-6
Alarm Output Options..........................................................................................................3-7
System Alarms Definitions ..................................................................................................4-3
List of Tables
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Chapter 1
Overview
The 2346 Managed T3 Fiber Optic Modem converts and extends T3/DS3 signals between devices
located up to 100 Km apart. Use the modem to extend a PBX, router, video codec, M13 multiplexer,
or ATM switch. The 2346 receives and transmits 44.736 Mbps data on single mode or multimode
fiber optic cable.
The 2346 front panel, shown in Figure 1, includes:
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Electrical and optical connectors
Reset switch
LEDs for:
• System status
• Configuration
• Electrical signal
• Optical signal
Figure 1. The 2346 Front Panel
The 2346 can be used in a variety of chassis. To install a 2346 in a UCS 1000 or UCS 1001 chassis,
you must use a Model 1230 Bus Access Module (BAM); however, you can install a 2346 directly in a
UCS 1002 or standalone enclosure.
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The UCS 1000 Chassis can hold up to 15 model 1230 BAMs with up to two 2346 modems per
BAM. This allows a total of 30 2346 modems per UCS 1000.
The UCS 1001 Chassis can hold up to two model 1230 BAMs with up to two 2346 modems per
BAM. This allows a total of four 2346 modems per UCS 1001.
The UCS 1002 Chassis directly hosts up to fourteen 2346 modems, or thirteen 2346 modems with
the optional Domain Management Module (DMM) installed.
Each standalone enclosure, such as a Model 1020 or 1030E, holds one 2346 modem.
The 2346 is hot swappable; you can insert or remove it at any time without disrupting the data
transfer of other modules in the chassis.
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Chapter 2
Hardware Installation and Functions
Before setting up the 2346, make sure the chassis or enclosure is installed and its User Manual is
available for reference. If the system includes an optional DMM and CIM(s), make sure these are
available:
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Serial cable (required to connect to a VT100 type terminal or PC)
VT100 type terminal or PC to run the User Interface Manager software
The DMM and CIM manuals
Set Up and Installation
Unpack and inspect all components. Save the shipping carton and packing materials in case you need
to return the equipment to the manufacturer. Appendix A provides information for Return Material
Authorization (RMA).
1. Before inserting the 2346, check the front panel to verify that the 2346 provides the wavelength
that matches its link partner; see Figure 1.
2. Set SW2-1 and 2-2; see Figure 2.
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Note:
SW2-1, Line Buildout (LBO): Off (default) for Short LBO, <225 ft (68 m), or On for Long
LBO, >225 ft; when software control is enabled at the Functional Configuration screen,
SW2-1 is ignored.
SW2-2, Software override: Off (default) is software, On is hardware; set to Hardware in
unmanaged environment, only. For installation in a managed environment where you plan to
use software control (see page 3-11), set SW 2-2 to Off.
If the 2346 was previously installed in a managed environment and set in the User Interface
to software control, follow these steps to set it to hardware control when installing it in an
unmanaged environment:
a. Set SW2-2 to On.
b. Insert the 2346 in a slot with the power on, then remove it.
c. Set SW2-2 to Off.
d. Insert the 2346 in a slot with the power on, then remove it.
e. Set SW2-2 as needed.
3. Set jumper W10 as needed for normal (to NP) or wide pulse (to WP); see Figure 2. NP is the
default.
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W10
SW2
Figure 2. Switch and Jumper Locations
4. To install a 2346 in a UCS 1000 or 1001 chassis, you must use a Model 1230 BAM; each BAM
can hold up to two 2346 modems. Follow these steps to install the BAM and the 2346:
a. Insert a BAM into an available slot in a UCS 1000 or 1001. Slide the BAM into the rails and
push it firmly into the backplane, then tighten the captive screws. If you encounter
resistance, check that no connector pins are bent.
b. Insert a 2346 into an unused slot in the BAM. Slide the 2346 into the rails and push it firmly
into the backplane, then tighten the captive screw. If you encounter resistance, check that no
connector pins are bent.
5. To install a 2346 directly in a UCS 1002 or standalone enclosure, insert the 2346 into an unused
slot. Slide the 2346 into the rails and push it firmly into the backplane, then tighten the captive
screw. If you encounter resistance, check that no connector pins are bent.
If you encounter more difficulty, contact Canoga Perkins at (818) 718-6300 for technical assistance.
Note:
The BAM and 2346 are hot-swappable and can be inserted or removed without disrupting
data transfer in other application modules.
6. If the 2346 is in a standalone enclosure, set the switch on the enclosure for loopback to Normal.
The 2346 uses electrical cables to connect to the local site and fiber optic cables to connect to the
remote modem. Follow these steps to connect the electrical and optical cables:
7. To connect to the local site, plug the BNC cables from the local equipment into the Rx and Tx
connectors using Tx to Rx, and Rx to Tx orientation.
Dirty optical connectors are a common source of link loss or attenuation problems, especially for
single mode fiber (SMF). Clean the connectors before plugging in a cable and whenever there is a
significant or unexplained light loss. To prevent contamination, always install protective dust covers
on unused fiber optic connectors.
8. Wipe the ferrule and the end-face surface of the male fiber coupler with a lint-free isopropyl
alcohol pad from a fiber cleaning kit.
9. Use canned air to blow out any dust from the female fiber coupler.
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Caution:
To avoid damaging the fiber end-surface or connector, use extreme care when
installing or removing cables.
10. Plug in the optical cables:
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If you have a simplex optical connector, use a single strand, single mode fiber cable between
a pair of 2346 modems, one at 1310 nm wavelength and the other at 1550 nm wavelength.
If you have a duplex connector, use Tx to Rx, and Rx to Tx orientation.
11. Label each cable and connector with a signal name and direction.
12. For cable connections to other modules in the chassis, see the appropriate user manual for details.
13. Measure and record fiber link attenuation and transmission power before starting normal link
traffic in order to identify potential problems with links near the lower limit of receiver
limitations. For details on link attenuation and transmission power, see Chapter 4.
Power Up and Front Panel Functions
During the initial power-up sequence, all LEDs light amber. When start-up is complete and data is
transmitting normally across the link, the STA LED lights green and the CFG/TST, LOS, and CLS
LEDs are off. During normal operation, the LED colors change according to system and port
conditions. The STA and CFG/TST LEDs show the module condition. The LOS and CLS LEDs
show the electrical and optical signal conditions. Table 3 shows the LED states for various
conditions.
Table 1. 2346 LED Functions
LED
STA
Status
Description
Off
No power
Green
Normal operation
Amber
System self-test
Amber blinking Downloading file or in power-up cycle
Red
CFG/TST Off
Failed system self-test
Normal operation
Red
Software or line coding mismatch between local and remote
modems or improperly connected fiber optic cable
Amber
Local or local bidirectional loopback
Amber blinking Remote or remote bidirectional loopback
LOS
CLS
Off
Normal operation
Red
Local loss of electrical signal
Red blinking
Remote loss of electrical signal
Off
Normal operation
Red
Local loss of optical sync
Red blinking
Remote loss of optical sync
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Alarm Functions
The 2346 can generate Major and Minor Alarms.
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UCS 1000 and 1001: a BAM is required and holds up to two 2346 modems. On the BAM, the
Status (STA) LED lights green if either 2346 is operating normally. If both modems have errors,
the BAM STA LED lights amber.
UCS 1001: the alarm outputs are forwarded to the chassis motherboard.
UCS 1000 and 1002: the alarms are forwarded over the backplane to the CIM and appear on the
Major (MAJ) and Minor (MIN) CIM LEDs and then are forwarded to the DMM for monitoring
and transfer to the Network Manager as traps.
Model 1020 enclosure: the alarm information is forwarded to the management session.
Model 1030 enclosure: alarms are not supported.
For details about setting up the Alarms, see Chapter 3; for viewing the Alarm Log, see Chapter 4.
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Chapter 3
Software Management
You can manage the 2346 through VT100 Terminal Emulation, which is accessible by a Telnet
session, HyperTerminal or similar terminal emulation software, a standard SNMP network manager,
and CanogaView. If the 2346 is in UCS 1000 or 1002 with a CIM within a domain that includes a
DMM, you can access the 2346 through the DMM. If the 2346 is a standalone or in a UCS 1001, you
must access the 2346 directly through the serial port for the enclosure or BAM.
Setting Up for Network Management
Typically, the 2346 runs within the network on an Ethernet connection, communicating with your
Network Management Platform.
Set Up the Network Management Platform
You must run several Management Information Bases (MIBs) on your Network Management
Platform in order to successfully manage this module. Before you start, check that Standard MIB (the
industry-standard mib) is loaded. In addition, download Cp.mib, a private mib that supports all
Canoga Perkins products, available from the Canoga Perkins web site. Go to www.Canoga.com,
click Support, then click Software Download, and follow the prompts on screen.
Set Up the PC for Terminal Operation
Connect the VT100 terminal emulation session to the DMM or directly to a 2346, either standalone or
in a UCS chassis. Setting up the VT100 session depends on which connection, serial port or Ethernet,
you have available for access to the VT100 management program. Canoga Perkins suggests that you
use HyperTerminal for your first session.
You must set up TCP/IP for the DMM or directly-managed 2346 before you can use Telnet; for
details, see the manual for the DMM or go to page 3-7.
Note:
For details on the DMM, see the Model 1500 Domain Management Module User Manual (for
UCS 1000) or the Model 1502 Domain Management Module User Manual (for UCS 1002).
These steps briefly describe how to set up your PC for a terminal connection. For details on using
Windows, see your Windows documentation.
1. Turn on your PC.
2. Accessories, the HyperTerminal Folder, and click HyperTerminal.
3. At the Connection Description dialog, select an icon, enter a name for the connection to the
system, and click OK.
4. At the Connect To dialog, pull down the Connect using menu, select the COM port, and
click OK.
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5. At the COM Properties dialog, on the Port Settings tab, check for these selections:
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Bits per second: 19200 bps
Data bits: 8
Parity: None
Stop bits: 1
Flow control: None
6. `Click OK. HyperTerminal connects to the system and the VT100 terminal emulation starts.
Management User Interface
The Management User Interface for the 2346 provides screens for setup, monitoring, and diagnostics.
These sections discuss the screens for the 2346, using a Telnet session for access. If you connect
through the DMM in the chassis, see the User Manual for your DMM for details about the DMM
screens.
General Screen Format
A typical screen, shown in Figure 3, includes standard descriptions and reference designations. Use
this and other screens to configure the system, set operational parameters, and verify the system
status. All screens use a common method for navigation.
Chassis and slot information
Model number
Status reports
Screen navigation
instructions
Change options
Messages and
urgent status
Figure 3. General Screen Format
Not all screens and menus provide options that you can change. Some menu items reach screens that
only report status, such as revision numbers, module type, or alarms. On other screens, you can move
through and select options, and enter data.
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Use these keys to navigate the screens:
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Space bar When a menu item is highlighted, press <Space> to cycle through all options for that
item.
Tab Press <Tab> to move the highlight to the next column to the right.
Enter Press <Enter> to select the highlighted option for a menu item.
Escape Press <Esc> once to cancel changes for the selected item or to return to the previous
screen; press <Esc> two or more times to return to the Main Menu from two or more menu levels
deep.
User Interface Organization
The user interface consists of selectable, nested screens, available in this order:
Main Menu
1. System Configuration
1. Hardware Configuration
2. Functional Configuration
3. Trap Configuration
4. Alarm Output Configuration
5. SNMP Configuration Parameters
8. Host Table
2. Link Error Counters
3. System Alarms
4. Utilities
8. PING Generation
5. Software Upgrade
Login and Main Menu
The first screen is the Login Menu. If this is your initial setup and no password has been set, press
<Enter> at the prompt for the password. Otherwise, type your password and press <Enter>.
After you log in, the Main Menu for the DMM appears. This is the main management screen for the
DMM. For details on all menu options, see the manual for your DMM. From this screen, you can
access the 2346 by either of two methods.
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To reach the 2346 directly, follow these steps:
a. Type 4, "Manage or access a specific Module," and press <Enter>.
b. Type the slot and chassis numbers with a slash, such as "1/4" for chassis 1, slot 4, and then
press <Enter>.
c. At the Module Menu, type 4, "Access User Interface," then press <Enter> to reach the Main
Menu screen for the 2346.
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To reach the chassis, and then select the 2346, follow these steps:
a. Type 3, "Manage or access a specific Chassis," and press <Enter>, press <Space> to cycle
through the chassis in the domain, and then press <Enter> to select the chassis.
b. At the Chassis Management screen, press <Space> to cycle to the slot number for the 2346,
then press <Enter> to reach the Main Menu screen for the 2346.
Note:
In a UCS 1000 chassis, the slots in the BAM appear as A and B for the slot that the BAM is
in.
You can reach all configuration options from the Main Menu; see Table 2.
Table 2. Main Menu Selections
Menu Item
Description
1. System Configuration View and set values for the system information and communications
parameters
2. Link Error Counters
View number of errors that occur on the link
3. System Alarms
View current conditions for local and remote alarms
4. Utilities
View and set values for general parameters and run the diagnostic PING
5. Software Update
Download and install new firmware
Manage the 2346
You can manage the hardware and software for the module, including communication access.
View the Hardware Setup
To check information about both the local and remote 2346s, including the hardware setup, with
model and serial numbers, and basic system status, go to the Hardware Configuration report. See
Table 3. To view the Hardware Configuration screen, follow these steps:
1. At the Main Menu, type 1, "System Configuration," and press <Enter>.
2. At the System Configuration menu, type 1, "Hardware Configuration," and press <Enter>. The
Hardware Configuration screen appears.
3. To return to the Main Menu, press <Esc>.
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Table 3. Hardware Configuration Report
Item
Shows
Chassis/Slot, Type, Temperature
Where the modem is installed and status, if available
Modem Model, Type, Revision, Serial No.
Data for the modem and optical interface
Power Supply Pri, Sec
Type(s) and status for the power supply(s)
Fan Installed
Status if a fan is installed
Set the Date and Time
An accurate date and time in the assures accuracy for traps and alarms sent to the system
administrator, as well as for all listed events. If the 2346 is in a system with a DMM, the date and
time for the DMM overrides any date and time set in the 2346.
To set the date and time, follow these steps:
1. At the Main Menu, type 4, "Utilities," and press <Enter>; the Utilities menu appears.
2. At the Utilities menu, type 1, "Set Date and Time," and press <Enter>, then at the prompt to enter
the current date and time, type the current information in DD/MM/YYYY HH:MM format.
3. To return to the Main Menu, press <Esc>.
Set Up SNMP Access
SNMP access is available for a modem in a standalone enclosure, only. To set values for basic
system parameters, including some SNMP parameters, go to the SNMP Configuration Parameters
menu. To access the SNMP Configuration Parameters menu, follow these steps:
1. At the System Configuration menu, type 5, "SNMP Configuration," and press <Enter>. The
SNMP Configuration Parameters screen appears.
2. At the prompt, type the number for an item and follow the prompts on the screen to set values for
these items:
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System Contact: Who is responsible for the 2346, up to 50 characters
System Name: What you call the 2346, up to 50 characters
System Location: Where the 2346 is located, up to 50 characters
Read Community: Name for the people who can view the reports, up to 10 characters;
default is public
Write Community: Name for the people who can set values for parameters, up to 10
characters; default is public
SLIP/PPP IP Address: Enter the IP address for access through SLIP or PPP
Ethernet IP Address: Enter the IP address for access through the Ethernet network
Ethernet Subnet Mask: Enter the mask that sets the network ID part of the IP address
Ethernet Default Gateway: Enter the address of the network node that connects to another
network
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BOOTP Enabled: Enable this if the module needs to obtain its IP address from a BOOTP
server; when the unit has an IP address, disable BOOTP
Serial Port Config: Set the type of serial port connection: VT100, SLIP, or PPP
Telnet Timeout: Set the time with no activity until a Telnet connection automatically logs out
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3. To return to the System Configuration menu, press <Esc>.
Manage and Check Traps and Alarms
Traps are messages that require management attention and are routed to the Network Manager, but do
not trigger alarms. Conditions that generate an alarm require immediate attention. Enable or disable
traps on the Trap Configuration screen and enable or disable alarms on the Alarm Output
Configuration screen.
Use the Trap Configuration screen to view the current configuration and to enable or disable traps for
the 2346. For a list of events that trigger traps, see Table 4. To set up the traps, follow these steps:
1. At the System Configuration menu, type 3, "Trap Configuration," and press <Enter>.
2. At the Trap Configuration screen, type the number for a trap and press <Enter>. See Table 4.
3. Press <Space> to cycle to Enabled or Disabled and press <Enter>.
4. To return to the Main Menu, press <Esc>.
These selections do not affect how the Major and Minor LEDs on the CIM report alarms.
Table 4. Trap Configuration Options
Type of Trap
When enabled, sends a Trap if. . .
2) LOS/CLS
Loss of Signal (electrical)/Composite Loss of Signal (optical); one or
both received signals fail
3) SQL
Squelch occurs (for received signal)
4) Configuration
The 2346 is set up incorrectly, including mismatches with other modems
5) Diagnostic
Loopback is enabled or disabled
6) Authentication
An unauthorized host attempts SNMP access to the 2346
7) Power/Fan Malfunction
Power is low or fan is off
8) Cold Start
The 2346 is reset by a power failure or forced reset
9) Alarm Input
UCS 1001 function; see the UCS 1001 User Manual
10) Security Violation
Not used
Use the Alarm Output Configuration screen to view the current configuration and to enable or disable
alarms for the 2346. For a list of events that trigger alarms, see Table 4. To set up the alarms, follow
these steps:
1. At the System Configuration menu, type 4, "Alarm Output Configuration," and press <Enter>.
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2. At the Alarm Output Configuration screen, type the number for an alarm and press <Enter>. See
Table 5.
3. Press <Space> to cycle to Enabled or Disabled and press <Enter>.
4. To return to the Main Menu, press <Esc>.
These selections do not affect how the CIM Major and Minor LEDs report alarms.
Table 5. Alarm Output Options
Alarm
When enabled, sends an alarm if. . .
2) LOS/CLS
Loss of Signal (electrical)/Composite Loss of Signal (optical); one or
both received signals fail; default is Off
3) SQL
Squelch occurs (for received signal); default is Off
4) Configuration
The 2346 is set up incorrectly or the local and remote software versions
do not match; default is Off
5) Power/Fan
Power is low or fan is off; default is Minor
6) Power-On Self Test Modem failed when power was turned on; default is Major
7) BERT
Note:
Bit Error Rate Test (BERT) detects data errors; for details on BERT
results, see page 3-12; default is Off
The Bit Error Rate Test (BERT) sends a continuous 127-bit sequence within the optical data
stream to check for bit errors while the optical signal remains in sync.
Set Up Baud Rates and Modem/SLIP/PPP Parameters
Although the default values for the communication parameters meet requirements for most systems,
you may need to change them for your particular situation.
To reset the VT100 baud rate, follow these steps:
1. At the Main Menu, type 4, "Utilities," and press <Enter>.
2. At the Utilities menu, type 3, "VT100 Baud Rate," and press <Enter>, then press <Space> to
cycle between 9600 and 19200 bps.
3. To return to the Main Menu, press <Esc>.
To access the Modem/SLIP/PPP Configuration menu, follow these steps:
1. At the Main menu, type 4, "Utilities," and press <Enter>.
2. At the Utilities menu, type 4, "Modem/SLIP/PPP Configuration," and press <Enter>.
3. To select the baud rate for the serial port, type 4, "Modem/SLIP/PPP Configuration," and press
<Enter>, then press <Space> to cycle through the baud rate options; options include 9600, 19200,
38400, 57600, or 115200 bps.
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4. To enter a new Modem Initialization String, type 5, type the new string, and press <Enter>; the
default string is "AT".
Note:
For details on a different initialization string, see the documentation for your modem.
5. To return to the Main Menu, press <Esc>.
Because the DMM defaults to VT100 mode when booting, you cannot see the screens and commands
used to switch to SLIP or PPP mode when you exit VT100 mode. Use a script file to successfully
exit VT100 mode and switch to SLIP or PPP.
1. To create a script on your PC, open Notepad and type the steps you would follow to enter SLIP or
PPP mode. On the last line, press <Space> once to select SLIP mode or twice for PPP mode
proc main
waitfor "Password :"
transmit $PASSWORD, raw
transmit "^M"
transmit
transmit
transmit
transmit
"1^M"
"5^M"
"11^M"
" ^M"
endproc
2. Save the Notepad document with a .SCP file extension in the folder where the Dialup Connection
application looks for scripts. The script will be available in the Dialup script menu. This file is
typically in the Windows\System32\ras\ folder.
3. To run the script, reach the Phonebook Entry dropdown menu and select either the PPP or the
SLIP script.
If you do not have a script file, you dial in through a modem, and the networking option is set to
VT100 operation, you will not see the screens, but the 2346 responds to the commands normally.
Follow these steps:
1. Dial in through a modem, then type your user name and password and press <Enter>.
2. Type 1 and press <Enter>.
3. Type 5 and press <Enter>.
4. Type 11 and press <Enter>.
5. Press <Space> once for SLIP mode or twice for PPP mode, then press <Enter> to confirm the
port choice.
The 2346 is ready to run TCP/IP applications.
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Update Software
Each module in the Universal Chassis System has two flash memory banks that store software:
•
•
The Active Flash Memory holds the software currently in use
The Inactive Flash Memory holds the new software from a download or the older version of
software
Software is downloaded to the inactive region to avoid disrupting service. Resetting the module and
swapping banks does not affect module operation and is transparent to user traffic.
Use the Software Upgrade report and menu screen to check the current version of the 2346 firmware
and to upgrade software for any module in the domain or a managed module partner, if necessary.
To access the Software Upgrade screen, follow these steps:
1. At the Main Menu, type 5, "Software Upgrade," and press <Enter>.
2. At the Software Upgrade screen, record the numbers for the Active and Inactive Firmware.
3. Access the Canoga Perkins Web site, click Downloads, scroll to the 2346 filename, and compare
the version number listed there with the version numbers you recorded. The 2346 firmware file
name is similar to 23460106.zip, where "2346" indicates the module and "0106" indicates the
version.
Caution:
To insure compatibility when a system includes two or more of the same module, you
must upgrade all those modules with the same software.
If the firmware for the 2346 is outdated, Canoga Perkins recommends that you upgrade it.
4. You can download the software through the DMM (for details, see the manual for your DMM) or,
if the 2346 is in a UCS 1001 or a standalone enclosure, follow these steps to start the software
upgrade:
a. Go to the Host Access Table (see page 3-10) and verify that the entry for the host you will
use for the file transfer allows FTP or SFTP access, depending on the method you plan to use.
b. Log in to the FTP or SFTP server from the account that allows access.
Note:
You can run only one FTP or SFTP session at a time.
c. Download the new firmware from the Canoga Perkins web site to your TFTP server; put the
firmware in the "/BURNING" directory. For FTP, enable binary transfer mode. When the
transfer is complete, the file is moved automatically to the "/INACTIVE" directory.
d. At the Main Menu, type 5, "Upgrade Software," and press <Enter>.
e. At the Software Upgrade menu, type 4, "Get New File with TFTP," and press <Enter>.
f.
Follow the prompts on the screen to enter the IP address for the TFTP server and the file
name for the new firmware, then start the upgrade.
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5. When the file transfer is complete:
a. At the Software Upgrade menu, type 2, "Swap Bank," and press <Enter>.
b. Type 1, "Software Reset," and press <Enter>. The 2346 resets and starts using the new
firmware.
6. To update a remote partner, type 3, "Copy Software from Source modem to Destination modem,"
and press <Enter>. The 2346 writes the software to the remote partner, which then resets and
starts using the new firmware.
Manage Security
To provide system security, the 2346 includes username and password access, as well as SNMP with
Read and write communities and a Host table. To set up values for various security parameters on
your 2346, you must typically have supervisor access.
Set Up Host Access
The SNMP agent allows access to up to 24 Host IP addresses listed in the Host Access Table. Set up
the Host information for access to the 2346 on the Host Access Table screen. When a host attempts
to access the 2346, the IP address is authenticated against the entries on the host table. If a user
attempts SNMP access from a host or network that is not listed in this table, the 2346 rejects that host
and generates an authentication trap. To access the Host Table, follow these steps:
1. At the SNMP Configuration Parameters menu, type 13, "Host Access Table," and press <Enter>.
The Host Table screen appears.
2. To add a host, type 1 and press <Enter>, then follow the prompts to enter values for these
parameters:
a. IP Address: for the Host
b. Access Level: Read, Read/Write Read/Trap, or Read/Write/Trap
c. Trap Community: the community name for requests from the host or network
3. To delete a host, type 2 and press <Enter>, then at the prompt, type the IP Address for that Host
and press <Enter>. The host table appears again with your changes.
4. To return to the SNMP Configuration Parameters menu, press <Esc>.
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Change Your Password
You can update your password for the 2346 in order to maintain security. You cannot change the
password for any other users, especially those who are not logged in. To update your password,
follow these steps:
1. From the Utilities menu, type 2, "Change Password," and press <Enter>.
2. To change your password, follow the prompts on the screen.
3. To return to the Main Menu, press <Esc>.
Manage the Modem
After you set up modem functions, you can monitor those functions and the data transmission.
Set Up Functions and Check Status
You can set up the modem functions and check status on the Functional Configuration screen. To
work with modem functions, follow these steps:
1. At the System Configuration menu, type 2, "Functional Configuration," and press <Enter>.
2. To set a value for a parameter, type a number and press <Enter>, then follow the prompts on
screen. To move to the next column, for a secondary or remote modem, press <Tab>.
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•
•
Software Override: Set to software, following this menu, or hardware, following SW2 for
LBO and software/hardware control (see page 2-1)
Line Build Out: Set to Off, Short LBO <225 ft (68 m); or On, Long LBO, >225 ft
Loopback: Set to Norm for normal operation; for details on Loopback and troubleshooting,
see page 4-5
3. To return to the Main Menu, press <Esc>.
To ensure that both the local and remote modems use compatible configuration options, you can copy
the configuration for the local modem to the remote modem; follow these steps:
1. At the Main menu, type 4, "Utilities," and press <Enter>.
2. At the Utilities menu, type 7, "Copy Configuration," and press <Enter>, then follow the prompts
on screen to confirm.
3. To return to the Main Menu, press <Esc>.
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Monitor Modem Performance
You can monitor the performance of both the local and remote modems at the Link Errors report.
The report includes timers and checks for signal errors. In addition, the 2346 uses the Bit Error Rate
Test (BERT), which sends a continuous 127-bit sequence within the optical data stream to check for
bit errors while the optical signal remains in sync. The link Errors screen monitors these conditions:
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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•
Timer: Number of days, hours, minutes, and seconds since the last reset
Composite LOS Errors (CLS): Number of optical loss of signal errors
Electrical LOS Errors: Number of electrical loss of signal errors
Errored Seconds (BPVs): Number of seconds with at least one BiPolar Violation (BPV)
SQL Rx Errors: Number of received squelch occurrences
BERT Sync Status: Reports loss if CLS occurs or OK if signal is good
BERT Sync Count: Number of good to faulty patterns
BERT Bit Errors: Number of bits with errors in the received pattern
BERT BER (1E-9): Number of bit errors during this BERT up time
BERT Up Time: How long BERT is available and running
To view the modem performance, follow these steps:
1. At the Main Menu, type 4, "Link Error Counters," and press <Enter>.
2. At the Link Error Counters screen, press <Tab> to reset all counters, press <Tab>.
3. To return to the Main Menu, press <Esc>.
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Chapter 4
Maintenance and Troubleshooting
Well-maintained modules and cabling can help ensure trouble-free operation.
General Maintenance
Well-maintained components and clearly identified cables help assure optimum system operation.
Damaged fiber cables and dirty connectors are a common source of signal loss or attenuation. Single
mode and multimode fiber optics are especially sensitive to contamination. Inspect, clean, and test all
components to maintain optimum performance.
Note:
•
•
•
To avoid damage and signal loss, do not over-tighten or force-fit optical connectors.
To clean the ferrules and end-face surfaces of male fiber couplings, use a lint-free pad saturated
with isopropyl alcohol.
To clean the female fiber connectors, use canned air.
To prevent damage and contamination, place protective dust caps on all unused optical
connectors.
Manage Cable Links
Manage the cables to ensure trouble-free operation and maintenance tasks.
•
Position and secure the fiber optic cables to prevent excessive bends and damage. Follow the
guidelines for the bend radius for specific fiber cables.
Note:
•
•
If no minimum bend radius is specified, the typical long-term, low-stress radius is not less
than 15 times the cable diameter (based on Federal Standard FS-1037C).
Always connect the fiber optic cables in the standard Tx to Rx and Rx to Tx scheme; reversing
this can cause transmission conflicts.
Label each fiber cable near each end with the signal direction, source, and destination to
minimize connection errors.
Check Optical Power Levels
To ensure the proper performance levels, measure the fiber link loss, or link attenuation, for all fiber
links. Each 2346 is shipped with a document that lists the output power for each laser transmitter. To
determine link attenuation, use either the 2346 Tx source or a hand-held 1310/1550 nm laser source, a
fiber optic test jumper cable (with known loss), and an optical power meter.
Measure optical fiber links at the shortest wavelength of operation to determine the limiting factor in
the loss budget. Each device that transmits to a 2346 has a loss budget that is specified by the
manufacturer and recorded on a data sheet provided with the equipment. That loss budget must be
greater than the total of the measured loss of the fiber link and the attenuation of the 2346.
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Note:
For accurate results, warm up each unit for at least 30 minutes before checking power levels.
The transmission laser in a 2346 turns on automatically when the chassis receives power.
To measure the output power, follow these steps:
1. Clean the connectors on the fiber optic test cable before plugging it in to the Tx connector on
the 2346.
2. Warm up each component for at least 30 minutes.
3. Set the optical power meter to the proper wavelength.
4. Wait two or three minutes for the power reading to stabilize, and then read the output power.
5. Subtract out the test cable loss, then record the power level and compare it to the value on the
performance sheet for that particular 2346. Measurement tolerance is +/- 0.5 dBm.
Note:
When referencing optical power levels with numerical values less than zero, the reading
closer to zero is the greater value; for example, -17 dBm is greater than -20 dBm.
6. If the reading is incorrect, repeat the measurement with a different test cable. If the power level is
still not within range, call Technical Support.
If you know the link attenuation, subtract that value from the 2346 Tx output value to determine the
power expected at the remote cable end, which is the input power at the remote receiver, and skip this
section. Otherwise, continue these steps to use the 2346 to measure the link attenuation.
7. At the local site, connect the fiber link cable to Tx on the 2346.
8. At the remote site, set the optical power meter to the proper wavelength and connect it to the fiber
link cable.
9. Record the optical power level and compare it with the sensitivity level listed on the data sheet
for the link fiber type.
10. Subtract the remote power level from the value for the transmitter output power at the local site.
The result provides the link loss, in dB. This power level must not exceed the limit for Rx
sensitivity listed on the data sheet for the remote unit.
Note:
If you cannot determine the Rx sensitivity, contact Canoga Perkins Technical Support
Department for assistance.
11. Repeat this process at the other site.
Troubleshooting
This section describes fault conditions and corrective action. As a rule, whenever there is a
significant signal loss, check the fiber path and the minimum bend radius for potential problems.
Remove and inspect the cable connectors, being careful not to damage the fiber end-face surface or
the connector housing. Clean all optical connectors before reinstalling them.
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The front panel LEDs show both normal and fault conditions. Typically, if a LED is steady red, the
fault is in the local 2346; if it blinks red, the fault is in the remote modem. Additional information
about fault conditions appears in the System Alarms and System Configuration screens. To aid
troubleshooting, Table 1 lists the functions of the front panel LEDs. For details on the LED status
during normal start-up and operation, see Chapter 2.
Additional information about fault conditions appears in the System Alarms, Hardware
Configuration, and Functional Configuration screens.
Check a New Installation
On new installations, make sure that all steps in Chapter 2 are complete, then make these checks:
•
•
The STA LED is green
The fiber type (multimode or single mode) matches the 2346 optical mode
• All fiber cabling is of the same type; do not mix multimode and single mode cables
• The fiber optic cable is within the specifications and loss budget of the optic interface module
• The line length between the 2346 and the remote link does not exceed the allowable loss
budget or overdrive limit
• All host modules in the link are turned on
• All fiber cables are connected Tx to Rx and Rx to Tx
Alarms
The System Alarms screen reports alarms and faults on the 2346. To view current alarm status,
follow these steps:
1. From the Main Menu, type 3, Alarms, and press <Enter>. The System Alarms report appears.
2. To return to the Main Menu, press <Esc>.
Table 6. System Alarms Definitions
Item
Reports. . .
Configuration Errors
If the local and remote modems have incompatible set ups,
including software version
Fiber/Electrical Loss of Signal
If optical or electrical loss of signal occurs
SQL Rx
If squelch occurs
Chassis Management
OK if 2346 is in managed chassis or N/A if in standalone
Alarm Relay Inputs
Loss if CLS occurs or OK if signal is good; UCS 1001, only
Power Supply Primary/Secondary Function of main/second power supply
Chassis Temperature
Excessive temperature
Fan
Failure
Power-On Self Test
OK or faulty hardware or software
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Problems With Configuration
If a configuration error appears and you have difficulty isolating the fault, you can reset all
configurable settings to default except for the time and date, password, BOOTP setting, and Telnet
timeout. You can then restart your configuration process. To update reset to default, follow these
steps:
1. At the Main menu, type 4, "Utilities," and press <Enter>.`
2. At the Utilities menu, type 6, "Reset Configuration To Default," press <Enter>, and then follow
the prompts on the screen.
3. To return to the Main Menu, press <Esc>.
SW2 (Software Control) Setting Ignored
If the 2346 was installed in a UCS 1000 or 1002 and set in the User Interface to software control, it
ignores the line buildout switch setting when placed in a UCS 1001 or Model 1030. For details on
setting the 2346 to hardware control before installing, see Chapter 2.
Problems With Fiber Optics
If the CLS LED lights Red or the System Alarms screen shows a Fiber Loss of Signal, inspect and
clean the cables and connectors, then replace any damaged fiber. Retest the 2346 after cleaning.
PING
Use the PING Generation screen to test the connection to a specific IP address; follow these steps:
1. From the Main Menu, type 3, Diagnostics, and press <Enter>.
2. From the Utilities menu, type 8, PING Generation, and press <Enter>.
3. At the prompt, type the IP address to PING and press <Tab>.
4. At the prompt, type the number of times to send a PING, from 1 to 256, or type 0 to PING
continuously every 3 seconds, and press <Enter>.
"PING response received..." indicates a good connection;
"TIMEOUT: Unable to reach [IP address]..." indicates a faulty connection.
5. To stop the PING and return to the Utilities menu, press <Esc>.
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Loopback
Use loopback to diagnose a fault on the optical link, either on a modem or with a cable. The 2346
supports both local and remote loopback in one or both directions. Set loopback either in software for
a managed 2346 or at the loopback function switch on a standalone enclosure See Figures 4
through 9.
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•
•
Local loopback returns the received electrical signal to the local site and ignores the received
optical signal; turn on Local Loopback at the local modem. The remote modem returns All Ones
to the remote site. Faulty data can indicate that the local 2346 is faulty.
Remote loopback returns the received optical signal to the remote modem and ignores the
received electrical signal; turn on Remote Loopback at the local modem. The remote modem
returns All Ones to the remote site. Faulty data can indicate that either the fiber optic cable link
or the remote 2346 is faulty.
Bi-directional loopback returns the received electrical signal to its local site and the received
optical signal to the modem that sent it; turn on Local loopback at one modem and Remote
Loopback at the other modem. Faulty data can isolate the faulty equipment to indicate that either
the fiber optic link or a 2346 is faulty.
To set up the software and start or stop loopback, follow these steps:
1. From the Main Menu, type 1, "System Configuration," and press <Enter>.
2. At the System Configuration menu, type 2, "Functional Configuration," and press <Enter>. The
Functional Configuration screen appears.
3. Enable Software Override, if needed. Type 1 and press <Enter>, then press <Space> to cycle
between Enabled and Disabled, and press <Enter> to select Enabled. To move to the next
column for a remote modem, press <Tab>.
4. To set and start Loopback, type 3 and press <Enter>, then press <Space> to cycle through the
options. To move to the next column for a remote modem, press <Tab>. When you finish
making selections, press <Enter>; loopback starts.
5. To stop Loopback, type 3 and press <Enter>, then press <Space> to cycle to Norm. To move to
the next column for a remote modem, press <Tab>. When you finish making selections, press
<Enter>; loopback ends.
6. To return to the Main Menu, press <Esc>.
Alternately, if the 2346 is in a standalone enclosure that includes loopback support, such as a 1020,
you can set the Loopback function switch on the front panel for local or remote loopback; for details,
see the manual for the enclosure.
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Fiber Link
Figure 4. Normal Operation
AIS
Figure 5. Local Loopback
Figure 6. Local Bidirectional Loopback
Figure 7. Local Loopback at Both Ends
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Figure 8. Remote Loopback
Figure 9. Remote Bidirectional Loopback
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Chapter 5
Specifications
See also the specifications for the chassis or standalone enclosure.
2346 Specifications
Data Rates:
44.736 Mbps
Physical Specifications
Dimensions
3.0"H x 1.0"W x 9.0"D (76.2 mm x 25.4 mm x 228.6 mm)
Weight:
0.3 lb. (0.136 Kg)
Operating Temperature, rackmount 0° to 50° C
Operating Temperature, standalone 0° to 50° C
Operating Humidity:
Up to 90% (non-condensing)
Copper Connectors:
BNC
Optical Connectors:
ST or SC
Regulatory Compliance
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•
•
•
•
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ETL, ETLc (UL 60950/CSA C22.2 No. 60950)
EN 60950, EN 60825-1
FCC Part 15B (U.S.)/ICES-003 (CAN)
EN 55022, EN 55024
EN 61000-3-2
EN 61000-3-3
NEBS Level 3 Tested and Certified
CE Mark
EIA-232 Pinout
Pin Number
Signal Name
Source
I/O
1
RI
DCE
Output
2
DCD
DCE
Output
3
DTR
DCE
Input
4
SIG GND
5
RXD
DCE
Output
6
TXD
DCE
Input
7
CTS
DCE
Output
8
RTS
DCE
Input
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2346 Models
Model
Fiber Optic Option
2346-1121
1310 nm MM ST, 11 dB
2346-1321
1310 nm SM ST, 10 dB
2346-1331
1310 nm SM ST 26 dB
2346-1531
1550 nm SM ST 30 dB
2346-1124
1310 nm MM SC 11 dB
2346-1324
1310 nm SM SC 10 dB
2346-1334
1310 nm SM SC 26 dB
2346-1534
1550 nm SM SC 30 dB
2346-1374
Single Fiber 1310 nm SM SC 40 Km
2346-1584
Single Fiber 1550 nm SM SC 40 Km
2346-1354
Single Fiber 1310 nm SM SC 20 Km
2346-1564
Single Fiber 1550 nm SM SC 20 Km
2346-1070
CWDM 1470 nm SM 22 dB SC
2346-1071
CWDM 1490 nm SM 22 dB SC
2346-1072
CWDM 1510 nm SM 22 dB SC
2346-1073
CWDM 1530 nm SM 22 dB SC
2346-1074
CWDM 1550 nm SM 22 dB SC
2346-1075
CWDM 1570 nm SM 22 dB SC
2346-1076
CWDM 1590 nm SM 22 dB SC
2346-1077
CWDM 1610 nm SM 22 dB SC
EIA-232 Pinout
Pin Number
5-2
Signal Name
Source
I/O
1
RI
DCE
Output
2
DCD
DCE
Output
3
DTR
DCE
Input
4
SIG GND
5
RXD
DCE
Output
6
TXD
DCE
Input
7
CTS
DCE
Output
8
RTS
DCE
Input
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Appendix A
Warranty
Limited Lifetime Warranty
Effective July 1, 2005 and After, Canoga Perkins warrants that, at the time of sale, and, for its lifetime, with
certain exceptions noted below, every Canoga Perkins' labeled product purchased will be free from defects in
material and workmanship for its lifetime, if properly installed and used in conformity to Canoga Perkins'
published specifications. This warranty covers the original user only and is not transferable. For the purposes
of this Warranty, "lifetime" is defined as the serviceable life of the product (a minimum of 5 years) or any
longer period during which replacement spare parts are available. Subject to the conditions and limitations set
forth below, Canoga Perkins will, at its option, either repair or replace any part of its product(s) that prove
defective by reason of improper workmanship or materials. The warranty period for power supplies, fans and
optics is five (5) years. Consumables such as filters are covered for one year. Software is warranted for 90
days. Hardened Media Converter (HS) products are covered for three (3) years.
This warranty does not cover any damage to products that have been subjected to lightning or other Acts of
Nature, misuse, neglect, accident, damage, improper installation, or maintenance, including over-voltage
failures caused by use outside of the product's specified rating, normal wear and tear of mechanical components,
or alteration or repair by anyone other than Canoga Perkins or its authorized representative. If the user is unsure
about the proper means of installing or using the equipment, contact Canoga Perkins' free technical support
services. Customer must notify Canoga Perkins promptly in writing of any claim based on warranty. Canoga
Perkins is not liable for, and does not cover under warranty, any costs associated with servicing and/or the
installation of its products or for any inspection, packing or labor costs in connection with return of goods. In
the event Canoga Perkins breaches its obligation of warranty, customer's sole and exclusive remedy is limited to
replacement, repair, or credit of the purchase price, at Canoga Perkins' option. Under no circumstance will
Canoga Perkins be liable for consequential or incidental damages or loss of profits.
Warranty Registration
To establish original ownership and to record purchase date, please complete the warranty on-line form on our
product registration page. URL: www.canoga.com/warranty
Optional Service Programs
Canoga Perkins offers several optional Service Programs. Please call Canoga Perkins Sales Department (818718-6300) or see our web site (www.canoga.com) for details.
CUSTOMER SERVICE DEPARTMENT REPAIR WARRANTY
Repairs performed by the Canoga Perkins Customer Service Department will be free from defects in material
and workmanship for a period of ninety (90) DAYS from the date the repaired product is shipped, or until the
expiration of the original factory warranty, whichever is longer.
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Limitations
Canoga Perkins may at its sole discretion modify its Limited Warranty at any time and from time to time.
Other than those expressly stated herein, THERE ARE NO OTHER WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND,
EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, AND SPECIFICALLY EXCLUDED BUT NOT BY WAY OF LIMITATION,
ARE THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES FOR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND
MERCHANTABILITY. IT IS UNDERSTOOD AND AGREED CANOGA PERKINS' LIABILITY
WHETHER IN CONTRACT, IN TORT, UNDER ANY WARRANTY, IN NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE
SHALL NOT EXCEED THE AMOUNT OF THE PURCHASE PRICE PAID BY THE CUSTOMER AND
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL CANOGA PERKINS BE LIABLE FOR SPECIAL, INDIRECT,
INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. THE PRICE STATED FOR THE EQUIPMENT IS A
CONSIDERATION IN LIMITING CANOGA PERKINS' LIABILITY. NO ACTION, REGARDLESS OF
FORM, ARISING OUT OF THE TRANSACTIONS OF THIS AGREEMENT MAY BE BROUGHT BY
CUSTOMER MORE THAN ONE YEAR AFTER THE CAUSE OF THE ACTION HAS ACCRUED.
CANOGA PERKINS' MAXIMUM LIABILITY SHALL NOT EXCEED AND CUSTOMER'S REMEDY IS
LIMITED TO EITHER (i) REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF THE DEFECTIVE PART OF PRODUCT, OR
AT CANOGA PERKINS' OPTION (ii) RETURN OF THE PRODUCT AND REFUND OF THE PURCHASE
PRICE, AND SUCH REMEDY SHALL BE CUSTOMER'S ENTIRE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY.
AUTHORIZED RESELLERS ARE NOT AUTHORIZED TO EXTEND ANY DIFFERENT WARRANTY
ON CANOGA PERKINS' BEHALF.
Return Policy
Customer must obtain an RMA (Return Material Authorization) number from the Canoga Perkins Customer
Service Department before returning a product for service or repair.
Canoga Perkins' technical support department can be reached through any of the following means:
Telephone: 818-718-6300
Fax: 818-718-6312
E-Mail: fiber@canoga.com
If the warranty for a power supply, fan, optics, consumable or software has expired, customer must provide the
Canoga Perkins Customer Service Representative with a Purchase Order to authorize the repair.
Send the defective product postage and insurance prepaid to the address provided to you by Canoga Perkins'
technical support representative. Failure to properly protect the product during shipping may void this warranty.
The return authorization number must be written on the outside of the carton to ensure its acceptance.
The customer must pay for the non-compliant product(s) return transportation costs to Canoga Perkins for
evaluation of said product(s) for repair or replacement. Canoga Perkins will pay for the shipping of the repaired
or replaced in-warranty product(s) back to the customer (any and all customs charges, tariffs, or/and taxes are
the customer's responsibility).
Canoga Perkins reserves the right to charge for all testing and shipping incurred, if after testing, a return is
classified as "No Problem Found."
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Appendix B
Acronym and Abbreviation List
AMI
Alternate Mark Inversion
B3ZS
Bipolar 3-Zero Substitution
BAM
Bus Access Module
CIM
Chassis Interconnect Module
DMM
Domain Management Module
LNK
Link
MM
Multimode
MMF
Multimode Fiber
SMF
Single Mode Fiber
SM
Single Mode
SNMP
Simple Network Management Protocol
TFTP
Trivial File Transfer Protocol
UCS
Universal Chassis System
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Index
A
P
Alarm Configuration screen, 3-6
PING Generation screen, 4-4
alarms, 2-4
R
B
remote configuration, 3-11
baud and Modem/SLIP/PPP, 3-7
reset and swap firmware, 3-10
C
S
change Password, 3-11
screen
copy configuration, 3-11
Alarm Configuration, 3-6
D
Domain Management Module menu, 3-4
Edit Host Access screen, 3-10
Domain Management Module menu, 3-4
Functional Configuration, 3-11
E
Link Error Counters, 3-12
Edit Host Access screen, 3-10
PING Generation, 4-4
F
SNMP Configuration, 3-5
Software Upgrade, 3-9
Functional Configuration screen, 3-11
H
Trap Configuration, 3-6
security
Hardware Configuration report, 3-5
host access, 3-10
host access, 3-10
password, 3-11
set Date and Time, 3-5
I
IP address, Host, 3-10
set up
baud and Modem/SLIP/PPP, 3-7
L
modem functions, 3-11
LEDs and functions, 2-3
SNMP Configuration screen, 3-5
Link Error Counters screen, 3-12
software download, FTP or SFTP, 3-9
loopback for troubleshooting, 4-5
Software Upgrade screen, 3-9
M
software version, 3-9
maintaining
T
cables and connectors, 4-1
Trap Configuration screen, 3-6
optical power and link loss, 4-1
troubleshooting
mibs, network managment, 3-1
and loopback, 4-5
modem functions set up, 3-11
and PING, 4-4
N
and reset to default, 4-4
network managment mibs, 3-1
U
Utilties menu, 3-5, 3-7, 3-11, 4-4
2346 T3 Modem
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CANOGA PERKINS CORPORATION
20600 Prairie Street
Chatsworth, California 91311-6008 USA
Phone: (818) 718-6300 FAX: (818) 718-6312
Web Site: www.canoga.com
Email: fiber@canoga.com
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