9145 Network Interface Device User Manual

9145
Network Interface Device
User Manual
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CANOGA PERKINS CORPORATION
20600 Prairie Street
Chatsworth, California 91311-6008
Business Phone: (818) 718-6300
(Monday through Friday 7 a.m. - 5 p.m. Pacific Time)
FAX: (818) 718-6312 (24 hrs.)
Web Site: www.canoga.com
Email: fiber@canoga.com
Copyright © 2004, 2005 Canoga Perkins Corporation
All Rights Reserved
EdgeAccess®
9145 Network Interface Device
User Manual
Model Number 9145-UM
Part Number 6913300
Rev. G 03/2007
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EdgeAccess and Canoga Perkins are registered trademarks of Canoga Perkins Corp.
To reference Technical Advisories and Product Release Notes, go to Canoga Perkins'
website, www.canoga.com.
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'avérer 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 électrostatiques. Il doit
absolument être manipulé en respectant les règles de mise à la terre afin de prévenir de
telles décharges.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Overview ..................................................................................................1-1
Management Security..........................................................................................................................1-2
Optional Features ................................................................................................................................1-2
Chapter 2 Set-up and Installation ...........................................................................2-1
Installing the 9145 ...............................................................................................................................2-1
Power-Up and Front Panel Functions..................................................................................................2-6
Remote Fault.................................................................................................................................2-7
Link Loss Forwarding...................................................................................................................2-8
Chapter 3 Management ............................................................................................3-1
Setting Up VT-100 Terminal Network Management on the RS-232 Serial Port................................3-1
Setting Up SNMP Network Management ...........................................................................................3-2
Network Management Platform Set-up.........................................................................................3-2
9145 Set-up ...................................................................................................................................3-2
Management User Interface ................................................................................................................3-3
General Screen Format.................................................................................................................3-3
User Interface Organization .........................................................................................................3-4
Login and Main Menu...................................................................................................................3-6
Managing the 9145 ............................................................................................................................3-13
Configuring Methods for the 9145............................................................................................3-13
Configuration Upload ................................................................................................................3-13
View Device and Module Information ........................................................................................3-20
Manage the Date and Time.........................................................................................................3-21
Configuring SNMP Access..........................................................................................................3-23
Set Up the VT100 and SLIP/PPP Baud Rates.............................................................................3-24
Manage Traps .............................................................................................................................3-25
View System Events and Traps ...................................................................................................3-26
Update Software .........................................................................................................................3-27
Setting General Security Parameters..........................................................................................3-31
Setting Up User Accounts ...........................................................................................................3-33
Configuring Host Access.............................................................................................................3-35
Configuring a Radius Client .......................................................................................................3-36
Syslog Client Configuration........................................................................................................3-38
Trap Destination Configuration .................................................................................................3-39
Changing Your Password ...........................................................................................................3-42
Managing Logged In Users ........................................................................................................3-42
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Managing the Network Interface ...................................................................................................... 3-43
Configuring Ports....................................................................................................................... 3-43
Check Port and Link Status ........................................................................................................ 3-46
Configuring VLAN Rules, Priority, and Translation.................................................................. 3-47
Configuring Port Filters............................................................................................................. 3-51
View Port Statistics .................................................................................................................... 3-52
Displaying the Static and Dynamic ARP Tables ........................................................................ 3-56
Chapter 4 Maintenance and Troubleshooting ....................................................... 4-1
General Maintenance .......................................................................................................................... 4-1
Check Optical Power Levels............................................................................................................... 4-1
Measuring Transmitter Output Power ......................................................................................... 4-2
Measuring Receiver Input Power................................................................................................. 4-2
Measuring Fiber Link Attenuation ............................................................................................... 4-3
Troubleshooting .................................................................................................................................. 4-3
New Installation ........................................................................................................................... 4-4
Fiber Optics Problems ................................................................................................................. 4-4
Configuration Problems ............................................................................................................... 4-4
Running Diagnostics........................................................................................................................... 4-5
Latency and Jitter Testing ............................................................................................................ 4-5
PING Testing................................................................................................................................ 4-6
Loopback Diagnostics .................................................................................................................. 4-8
Chapter 5 Specifications .......................................................................................... 5-1
9145 Specifications............................................................................................................................. 5-1
9145 Models and Interface Modules................................................................................................... 5-2
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List of Figures
Figure 1 – 9145 .................................................................................................................................1-1
Figure 2 – 9145 with 19” Rack Mount Brackets ...........................................................................2-1
Figure 3 – 19” Rack Mount Kit...........................................................................................................2-1
Figure 4 – 23” Rack Mount Kit...........................................................................................................2-1
Figure 5 – Bracket Attachment Detail............................................................................................2-2
Figure 6 – Wall-Mount Template ....................................................................................................2-2
Figure 7 – Bottom of 9145 showing Wall Mount Holes...............................................................2-3
Figure 8 – Ground Lug Location.....................................................................................................2-4
Figure 9 – AC Power Connector Location ....................................................................................2-4
Figure 10 – DC Power Connector Location..................................................................................2-5
Figure 11 – 9145 Front Panel .........................................................................................................2-6
Figure 12 – UTP 10/100/1000 Mbps ............................................................................................2-6
Figure 13 – 10Mbps Optical Module..............................................................................................2-6
Figure 14 – 100Mbps Optical Module............................................................................................2-6
Figure 15 – 1000Mbps Optical Module .........................................................................................2-6
Figure 16 – 100Mbps SFP Module ................................................................................................2-6
Figure 17 – 1000Mbps SFP Module ..............................................................................................2-6
Figure 18 – Remote Fault Signal....................................................................................................2-8
Figure 19 – Link Loss Forwarding Propagation ...........................................................................2-8
Figure 20 - General Screen Format...............................................................................................3-3
Figure 21 - Main Menu Selections .................................................................................................3-6
Figure 22 - Local-Local Loopback Mode.......................................................................................4-8
Figure 23 - Local-Remote Loopback Mode ..................................................................................4-9
Figure 24 - Remote-Local Loopback Mode ..................................................................................4-9
Figure 25 - Remote-Remote Loopback Mode..............................................................................4-9
List of Tables
Table 1 – 9145 Front Panel LEDs .......................................................................................................2-6
Table 2 – Interface Module LEDs...................................................................................................2-7
Table 3 – T rap Configuration Options ........................................................................................3-26
Table 4 – EIA-232 Pinout ................................................................................................................5-1
Table 5 – 9145 Models ....................................................................................................................5-2
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Chapter 1
Overview
The 9145 Series 10/100/1000BASE Network Interface Device terminates Metro Ethernet
Services and extends Local Area Networks (LANs) located up to 100 Km apart. Key
features are:
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Layer 2 statistics
VLAN assignment and stacking
Priority bit (P-Bit) marking
Alarm information reporting
Local and remote diagnostic loopback
Remote software upgrade
Remote control and monitoring through the SideBand Management Channel (SBMC)
The 9145 receives and transmits 10/100/1000BASE Ethernet data on either UTP copper
cable single mode fiber optic cable or multimode fiber optic cable. The 9145 supports two
hot-swappable, plug-in interface modules. The Interface Modules includes tri-speed
(10/100/1000 Mbps) UTP and a variety of 850nm, 1310nm, 1550nm, CWDM Wavelength,
and Single Fiber BiDi optical interfaces at 10 Mbps, 100 Mbps and Gigabit. Optical
interfaces are listed in Chapter 5.
The 9145 front panel, shown in Figure 1, includes:
1. User and Extension ports; supports UTP, ST, SC and LC connectors (depending on
Interface Module Type).
2. RS-232 Serial Management Port; support VT-100 Terminal emulation and SLIP/PPP
3. Status LEDs:
• STA shows 9145 status
• CFG shows configuration and setup status
• 100, 1000, and half/full duplex, depending on the type of module, show status
for the User port
• LNK/RX and TX pairs for the User and Extension ports show that data is
received and transmitted
Figure 1 – 9145
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Management Security
The 9145 supports enhanced security for access to Management Functions. Four network
security protocols are supported: SNMPv3, Remote Access Dial In User Security (Radius),
Secure Shell version 2 (SSH-2) and Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP). You can set
values and options within the software that will work with the security protocols on your
network; for specific information, see the documentation for your implementation. In
addition, the 9145 supports strong passwords, independent of the security protocol.
1. SNMPv3 provides authentication and encryption across a network.
2. The Radius server maintains user account information. At login, it authenticates the
username and password and sends a message to the 9145 to allow the login. The
Radius server can also be set up to require additional authentication information
before accepting the user. If the username or password is not valid, the Radius
server sends a message to the 9145 to disallow the login and reject the user. Set up
the parameters for the 9145 on the Radius Client Configuration screen.
3. SSH-2 provides authentication and encryption for a secure remote connection that is
similar to a standard Telnet connection, but more secure. Set up the SSH access
option individually for each User Account.
4. SFTP adds encryption to protect uploaded files during the file transfer process, such
as for a software update.
5. In software, the Security Configuration Menu provides nine options to define
password characteristics, as well as parameters that configure lockout and logout for
failed access attempts.
Optional Features
Network Performance Assurance (NPA) is a network performance measuring tool available
for the 9145. NPA actively measures network critical network parameters indicative of
overall network performance; Latency, Jitter and Frame Loss. For NPA details, please see
the Network Performance Assurance User Manual or contact your Canoga Perkins
Representative
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Chapter 2
Set-up and Installation
This section describes how to set up and install the 9145 and its interface modules.
Before setting up the 9145, make sure a 9 pin RS-232 cable is available (required to
connect the 9145’s Management Port to a VT100 type terminal or PC for setup and
configuration).
Installing the 9145
The 9145 is tested and inspected before shipment from the factory. If there is obvious
damage to the shipping container, contact the carrier immediately.
Caution: Follow electrostatic discharge (ESD) safety precautions when handling
Canoga Perkins products, as with all electronic devices with static
sensitive components.
1. Unpack the 9145. Keep the shipping container until the unit is installed and fully
operational. In the unlikely event that the unit is defective, contact Canoga Perkins
Customer Service for a Return Authorization Number (RMA) and instructions for return
shipment. Additional Warranty and Product Return information is in Appendix A.
2. The 9145 can be rack mounted, wall mounted, or placed on a shelf or any other flat
surface.
a. Rack Mounting: To rack mount the 9145, attach Rack Mount Kit 1802-2008 for
19” racks, or Rack Mount Kit 1802-2009 for 23” racks. The Rack Mount Kits
includes mounting brackets and screws to attach the brackets to the 9145. The
brackets attach to the three threaded holes on the side of the 9145 toward the
front. Be sure to place the Lock Washer between the Screw Head and Bracket
as shown figure 5.
Figure 2 – 9145 with 19” Rack Mount Brackets
Figure 3 – 19” Rack Mount Kit
Figure 4 – 23” Rack Mount Kit
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Figure 5 – Bracket Attachment Detail
b. Wall mounting: The 9145 has slotted holes on the bottom of the unit for wall
mounting. The 9145 requires 1” unobstructed space above and below the 9145
for ventilation. Canoga Perkins recommends a space of 5” on the right and 3” on
the left of 9145 bee left unobstructed to facilitate Interface Module Access, Cable
Access and Power Entry.
• Install two #10 or #12 screws and anchors in the wall 9 3/8” apart, 1” from the
sides and 3/4” from the top of the desired location of the 9145. A template is
illustrated below. Leave the screws protruding from the wall 3/8” to 3/4”.
• Hang the 9145 on the screws, matching the keyholes in the 9145 to the screws.
1"
3/4"
1"
3/4"
9 3/8"
1"
18 1/2"
3"
12 3/8"
5"
9145
11 5/8" X 12"
1"
Figure 6 – Wall-Mount Template
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Wall Mounting Holes
Figure 7 – Bottom of 9145 showing Wall Mount Holes
c. Desktop/Shelf Placement: Place the 9145 on a secure, flat surface within reach
of the power and fiber optic cables. Leave clearance on the sides (1”), front (5”)
and rear (3”) for ventilation and to facilitate Interface Module Access, Cable
Access and Power Entry.
3. Insert Interface Modules:
a. Determine which Interface Modules are for the Extension (EXT) and User (USR)
Ports.
b. Insert a module into the appropriate slot and push firmly on the center of the front
panel. If it does not seat properly, pull the module out, inspect for bent connector
pins. If there are bent pins or other obstructions, contact Canoga Technical
Support for instructions. If all appears normal, reinsert.
c. When firmly seated, hand-tighten the screw on the Module’s front panel.
4. Connect Chassis Ground: The rear of the 9145 has a Grounding Lug for connecting the
9145 to Earth Ground. This is required for full electrical safety. Attach a 6 Gauge
copper cable between the Ground Lug and Earth Ground.
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Figure 8 – Ground Lug Location
5. Connecting power. The 9145 is available with either AC or DC power.
a. Connect the AC power as follows:
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Plug the AC power cord into the socket at the rear of the 9145 and the AC
outlet.
•
The 9145 is shipped with a North American Power Cord. The unit uses a
standard IEC AC Power Connector. Country specific power cords are
available locally for installations outside North America.
Figure 9 – AC Power Connector Location
Caution: Reversing Power and Ground Leads can damage both the DC
source and the 9145. Damage due to reversing power is not covered
under the Warranty.
b. Connect the DC power as follows:
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The 9145 support both Positive and Negative grounded DC Power.
Loosen the screws for the GND and +48 or -48 VDC terminals
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Slide the wires under the square washers, and tighten the screws taking
care not to cross Power and Ground. The DC Power Terminal Block is
removable for ease of installation and replacement. It is recommended
the Terminal Block be removed when connecting power to avoid
accidentally crossed or shorted power leads from damaging the 9145 or
your DC Power System.
•
Use an ohmmeter to verify that +/- 48 VDC Power lead is not shorted to
GND.
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Connect the power cables to the power source.
•
Insert the Power Terminal Block into the 9145.
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Figure 10 – DC Power Connector Location
Caution: To avoid damaging the fiber end-surface or connector, use extreme
care when installing or removing cables.
6. Dirty optical connectors are a common cause 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.
a. Wipe the ferrule and the end-face surface of the male fiber coupler with a lintfree, isopropyl alcohol pad from a fiber cleaning kit.
b. Use canned air to blow dust out of the female fiber coupler.
7. Connecting Optical Fiber to Optical Interface Modules:
a. Plug in the optical cables with Tx (optical output) to Rx (optical input), Rx to Tx
orientation.
8. Connecting Ethernet Cables to UTP Interface Modules:
a. Plug the shielded Ethernet Cable into the UTP Connector on the Interface
Module.
b. Be sure the locking tab properly seats.
c. If the locking tab is broken or missing, replace the cable.
Caution: To maintain Lighting and Power Shorting protection, always use
Ethernet Cables with a proper Ground Shield cable and connector.
9.
Canoga Perkins recommends you label the cables with the circuit number or other
identifier and the signal direction on optical cables (TX or RX).
10. Canoga Perkins recommends that you determine and record optical link attenuation
and transmission power before starting normal link traffic. The fiber optic cable optical
attenuation and Laser output power determine receive optical power level at the
receiving device. Reductions in Laser power or increases in optical loss on the fiber
optic cable can cause degraded performance and link outages. For details on link
attenuation and Laser output power, see Chapter 4.
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Power-Up and Front Panel Functions
The LEDs on the front panel show the system and port status. The STA and CFG LEDs
display management status. Interface Module has two, three or six LEDs; actual number is
dependant on Interface Module type.
Figure 11 – 9145 Front Panel
Figure 12 – UTP 10/100/1000 Mbps
Figure 14 – 100Mbps Optical Module
Figure 16 – 100Mbps SFP Module
Figure 13 – 10Mbps Optical Module
Figure 15 – 1000Mbps Optical Module
Figure 17 – 1000Mbps SFP Module
During power-up, all LEDs on the 9145 and Interface Modules light amber. When start-up
has completed, the LEDs on the 9145 display status is described in Table 1. Interface
Modules display status is described in Table 2.
Table 1 – 9145 Front Panel LEDs
LED
STA
CFG
2-6
Status
Description
Off
Green
Amber
Amber blinking
Red
Off
Green
Amber
Red
No Power
Normal Operation
System Self-Test, Local Loopback
Downloading File, Remote Loopback
Link Down, Major alarm
SBMC is Disabled
SBMC is Enabled
System Self-Test
Configuration Error, Remote 9145 OS Different Version
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Table 2 – Interface Module LEDs
LED
Rx
Status
Description
Modules
All: UTP; 10, 100, 1000 Mbps Optical, SFP
Off
No activity
Green
Link Established
Green blinking
Receiving activity
Amber blinking
Collisions
Amber
System self-test
Red
Remote fault
Modules
All: UTP; 10, 100, 1000 Mbps Optical, SFP
Off
No transmission activity
Green blinking
Transmission activity
Amber
Port paused
Red
Port disabled; may be due to LLF
Modules
UTP; 10, 100 Mbps Optical, 100 Mbps SFP
Off
Half duplex mode
Green
Full duplex mode
100
Modules
UTP Module Only
1000
100 Off, 1000 Off
10 Mbps data rate
100 Green, 1000 Off
100 Mbps data rate
100 Off, 1000 Green
1000 Mbps data rate
Tx
FDX
Remote Fault
If an optical port loses the receive optical signal, it sends a Remote Fault (RMTF)
signal on its Transmit to the distant end on the optical link. The Rx LED is off, and
an alarm flags the link loss on the optical port. When a optical port receives a
Remote Fault signal, the Rx LED lights red and an alarm flags the remote side
optical link failure. Both local and remote link partners must be configured to the
same RMTF enable/disable setting. RMTF complies with the IEEE802.3u Remote
Fault standard. See Figure 18.
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Usr
Prt
Ext
Prt
Tx
Rx
Rx
Tx
Local Device
Ext
Prt
RMTF
Usr
Prt
Tx
Rx
Rx
Tx
•
•
•
•
Local device Rx detects link loss
Tx transmits RMTF to remote device
Local device Rx turns OFF
Remote device Rx lights red
Remote Device
Figure 18 – Remote Fault Signal
Link Loss Forwarding
When Link Loss Forwarding (LLF) is enabled, a fault on one side of the 9145
propagates to the other side to notify that device and stops signal transmission
(brings down the link). See Figure Error! Reference source not found.. Set the
LLF propagation to User to Extension, Extension to User, or both directions. Set this
in the User Interface at the Functional Configuration screen; for details, see page 343.
Figure 19 – Link Loss Forwarding Propagation
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Chapter 3
Management
The 9145 has three basic management interfaces, VT-100 terminal interface on the RS232 serial port and Telnet, SideBand Management Channel when connected to another
9145, a L351 Ethernet Service Unit, or a L357 Ethernet Service Unit and SNMP. Telnet
and SNMP access to the 9145 is configurable to use either the user data stream (inband) or from the RS-232 serial port when it is configured for PPP or SLIP operation.
SideBand Management Channel is a out-of-band management communication path on
the Extension port which communicates with the distant 9145, L351 or L357.
Setting Up VT-100 Terminal Network Management on the
RS-232 Serial Port
When using the RS-232 Serial Port for VT-100 sessions, Canoga Perkins suggests that
you use HyperTerminal1 or other VT-100 Terminal Emulation program when using a PC.
The VT-100 Telnet Terminal Interface is only available after the management TCP/IP
configuration is complete.
The steps below briefly describe how to set up HyperTerminal on your PC. For details
on using MS Windows2, see your MS Windows documentation.
1. At your MS Windows desktop, click Start, then highlight Programs, Accessories,
Communications, and click HyperTerminal.
2. At the Connection Description dialog, select an icon, enter a name for the
connection to the system, and click OK.
3. At the Connect To dialog, pull down the Connect using menu, select the COM
port, and click OK.
4. At the COM Properties dialog, on the Port Settings tab, check for these
selections:
• Bits per second: 9600 bps
• Data bits: 8
• Parity: None
• Stop bits: 1
• Flow control: None
5. Click OK. HyperTerminal connects to the system and the VT100 terminal
emulation starts.
6. Select the Properties button on the Hyperterminal window tool bar, click on the
settings tab, and change emulation from Auto Detect to VT100.
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Setting Up SNMP Network Management
Typically, the 9145 communicates with CanogaView or your Network Management
Platform in-band via the transported Ethernet Network.
Network Management Platform Set-up
Industry standard Management Information Bases (MIBs) are required on your Network
Management Platform in order to successfully communication with the 9145 using
SNMP. Before you start, check that these industry-standard MIBs are loaded:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Standard MIB
Dot2sd.mib
Etherlike.mib
If.mib
Bridge.mib
Pbridge.mib
Additionally, Canoga Perkins Private MIBs are need on the Management Platform. The
Canoga Perkins Private MIBs are available on Canoga Perkins web site,
www.canoga.com. The MIBs are located in a password protected area of the Web Site.
If you do not yet have a Canoga Perkins Username and Password, please contact Tech
Support.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Cp.mib: Supports all Canoga Perkins products
Cpsysinf.mib: Supports SNMP access
Cphost.mib: Supports Host Table and Host Access functions
Cptraptb.mib: Supports the Trap Table
9145 Set-up
There are several TCP/IP and SNMP parameters that need configuration before
accessing the 9145 from CanogaView or your Management Platform. These
parameters include TCP/IP Address, Authorized Host list and privileges. These
parameters are initially using VT-100 Terminal on the RS-232 Serial Port. Please see
the System Configuration section for details on configuring these parameters.
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Management User Interface
The Management User Interface for the 9145 provides screens for setup, monitoring,
and diagnostics. You can access the screens directly by connecting to the serial port of
the 9145 or using Telnet.
General Screen Format
A typical screen, shown in Figure Error! Reference source not found., 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.
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Model
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System Configuration
Diagnostics
Port Information
System Alarms
System Log
Utilities
Software Upgrade
Manage Logged In Users
802.3AH OAM
Logout
Menu
Select [1-10]:
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Navigation
Instructions
Messages and
Urgent Status
Figure 20 - 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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•
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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; this
chapter describes how to use these screens:
Main Menu
System Configuration
1.1. IP/SNMP Agent Configuration
1.1.1. Management IP Configuration
1.1.2. Auxiliary IP Configuration
1.1.3. Host Table
1.1.4. Trap Table
1.2. Trap Configuration
1.3. Security Configuration
1.4. Account Configuration
1.5. System Information
1.6. Radius Client Configuration
1.7. SNTP Client Configuration
1.8. SYSLOG Client Configuration
1.9. Hardware Information
Diagnostics
2.1. Loopback Setup
2.2. Latency/Jitter Test
2.3. PING Generation
2.4. Network Performance Assurance (Optional feature, NPA Manual)
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Port Information
3.1. Link Status
3.2. Port Configuration
3.2.1. Hardware Information
3.2.2. Functional Configuration
3.2.3. VLAN Configuration
3.2.3.1. VLAN Rules
3.2.3.2. VLAN ID Translation Table
3.2.3.3. P-Bit Translation Tables
3.2.4. Port Filters
3.3. Layer 2 Statistics
3.4. RMON Group 1 Statistics
System Alarms
System Log
Utilities
6.1. Set Date & Time
6.2. Reset Configuration To Default
6.3. Change Password
6.4. VT100 Baud Rate
6.5. Slip/PPP Baud Rate
6.6. PING Generation
6.7. Static ARP Table
6.8. Dynamic ARP Table
6.9. License Manager
Software Upgrade
Manage Logged in Users
802.3AH OAM
9.1. OAM Control
9.2. OAM Peer Information
9.3. OAM Statistics
9.4. OAM Event Configuration
9.5. OAM Event Log
1. Logout
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Login and Main Menu
The first screen is the Login Screen. Type your Username and press <ENTER>. The
Password prompt will then appear. Type your Password and press <Enter>. If the
Username or Password was incorrect, you will return to the Username Prompt.
Default Username and Password for the 9145 is admin and admin (lower case).
Canoga Perkins strongly recommends you change the Default Username and Password
during your initial configuration session.
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Please Enter Login Username : admin
Please Enter Login Password : *****
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
The Main Menu appears after you successfully log in. It provides access to all 9145
functions including setup, diagnostics, and reports.
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Ethernet Network Interface Device
29-Nov-2006
Model 9145-5 V05.00 F96
9145 D
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---------------------------------------MAIN MENU-------------------------------1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
10)
System Configuration
Diagnostics
Port Information
System Alarms
System Log
Utilities
Software Upgrade
Manage Logged In Users
802.3AH OAM
Logout
Select [1-10]:
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Figure 21 - Main Menu Selections
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System Configuration
View and set values for the system information and communications parameters.
1. IP/SNMP Agent Configuration
The Management IP and Auxiliary IP Address are for managing and conducting
performance testing on a TCP/IP network. Enter the Management IP Address
in this field. When NPA Option is active, this screen also configures the Test IP
Address fields. Please see NPA Manual for details on Test IP Address
configuration.
2.
Trap Configuration
This defines the handling of various alarm events. You can log and/or send the
event, as well as ignore it.
3.
Security Configuration
This configures user and SNMP security for the 9145.
4.
Account Information
This managed user access to the 9145 including privileges, passwords and
access methods.
5.
System Information
This allows the addition of administrative information about the 9145 and circuit
information such as the 9145’s name, contact, location, customer, circuit,
equipment codes and CLIE information.
6.
Radius Client Information
This configures the 9145 for RADIUS Authentication of user. The 9145
implements Radius Passthru for user authentication by a RADIUS Server.
7.
SNTP Client Configuration
This configures the 9145 to use a primary and secondary SNTP Server for
setting date and time.
8.
SYSLOG Client Configuration
This configures the 9145 to send SYSLOG messages to a SYSLOG Server for
collections and dissemination.
9.
Hardware Information
This displays information about the 9145 including full model numbers of the
9145 and its Interface modules, hardware revision levels and serial numbers.
When the 9145 is connected to a remote 9145, L351 or L357 and SideBand
Management Channel is enabled, information about the remote device is also
displayed.
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Diagnostics
Used to set up loopback, latency and jitter, or PING tests and to configure and run
Network Performance Assurance (optional software).
Loopback Setup
This initiates and configures the 9145 for loopback diagnostics. Packets are loop
backed based on MAC address of the 9145. The 9145 is configurable to swap
origination and destination MAC addresses of the test packet and to recalculate the
CRC of the looped packet when the MAC address are swapped.
Latency/Jitter Test
This manually initiated test is used to measure network latency, inter-frame jitter and
frame loss from this 9145 to a remote 9145 in a network. Configuration items are:
1. To IP Address
This is the remote 9145’s IP Address
2. From IP Address
This selects the originating IP address from the 9145 places into the test
packets. Choices are Auto Selection, Management IP or Aux IP.
3. Test VLAN
This is the VLAN Tag the test packets will carry. It can be the Management
VLAN or any customer VLAN.
4. Test Packets per sec
This lets you control the amount of packets that will be sent for every second
the test runs. Settings are: 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100.
5. DF Bit
This applies when you are testing with oversized packets over 1518 bytes in
length. It is an identifier in the packet that lets other network devices (i.e.
routers, switches, bridges) know if this packet can be fragmented to smaller
packets or not.
6. DSCP Precedence / Drop Probability
Short for Differentiated Services Code Point. 9145s at the edge of the
network classify packets and mark them with either the IP Precedence or
DSCP value in a Diffserv network. Other network devices in the core that
support Diffserv use the DSCP value in the IP header to select a PHB
behavior for the packet and provide the appropriate QoS treatment.
7. Test Packet Priority
This lets you set packet priority: 0 – highest priority / 7 – lowest priority.
8. Test Duration
This is the duration the test will run for in min:sec, 0 – is forever
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9. Min test payload (40 – 1954)
This sets the minimum test packet size in bytes. The 9145 sends test
packets ranging in size from the minimum packet size to the maximum packet
size if they are different. This is done by mapping the packets to be sent onto
the range of sizes between the minimum and maximum packet sizes. The
minimum packet size must be less than or equal to the maximum packet size.
10. Max test payload (40 – 1954)
This sets the maximum test packet size in bytes. The maximum packet size
must be greater than or equal to the minimum packet size.
11. Test Packet Timeout sec
The packet timeout for this test in seconds. If a response is not received by
the packet timeout value, the packet will be classified as dropped. The value
set here is also used to set the maximum values that can be used for both the
Latency and Jitter Measurements.
12. Start/Stop test
Starts and Stops the test.
13. Remote Latency Test
When SideBand Management Channel (SBMC) is enabled, you can initiate
and view test results of the remote unit from the local unit.
PING Generation
This is a network trouble shooting tool used to determine if a destination is reachable
from the NID. Self-Ping, pinging the Management IP Address tests connectivity
between the management processor and the 9145’s FPGA. This is an additional
self-check function.
Network Performance Assurance (Optional feature)
Accessible when the optional Network Performance Assurance (NPA) software is
installed. Please see the NPA manual for details.
Port Information
The Port Information screen shows the current conditions for all ports in the 9145 with
options to view parameters and statistics for specific ports. Configuration information
includes the model number, description, and revision; the serial number; and link,
remote fault, and physical status. You must set up each port that you will use before you
can set up or assign STP, VLANs or Tagging. Below are the sub menus where these
fields reside:
Link Status
Informs you of the current link status of both user and extension ports of the NID.
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Port Configuration
This screen has several sub menus. The following is a description of the menus:
1. Hardware Information
Displays 9145 hardware information, including the installed user and
extension port modules.
2. Functional Configuration
Configures and displays parameters for an individual port
3. VLAN Configuration
The VLAN Configuration screen displays and configures VLAN parameters of
the 9145.
4. Port Filters
This lets you set filters on the user and extension ports to control traffic
coming out of these specific ports depending on the packet type.
Layer 2 Statistics
Displays current Layer two Statistics
RMON Group 1 Statistics
Short for Remote Monitoring Specification (RMON). This screen displays current
RMON statistics.
System Alarms
Displays current conditions for local and remote alarms
System Log
Displays all system events
Utilities
Set-up and display basic information. Below are the sub menus:
Set Date & Time
An accurate date and time in the 9145 assures accuracy for events listed in the
System Log and for traps and alarms sent to the system administrator. You can
choose either manual setting of the date and time or configure automatic updating of
the clock using SNTP. Method you use depends on the 9145’s access SNTP Server
and your need for accuracy.
Reset Configuration to Default
This allows you to set all parameters within the 9145 to be set to factory defaults.
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Change Password
This option allows the current account running to change their password.
VT100 Baud Rate
This option changes the baud rate of the RS-232 Serial Port when configured for
VT100 terminal support.
Slip/PPP Baud Rate
This option changes the baud rate the RS-232 Serial Port when configured for SLIP
and PPP support
PING Generation
This is a network trouble-shooting tool used to determine if a destination is reachable
from the 9145.
Static ARP Table
The Static ARP table lets you set or change specific IP and MAC addresses
Dynamic ARP Table
The Dynamic ARP table lists currently assigned IP and MAC addresses for various
9145 ports.
License Manager
Displays additional features enabled in the 9145.
Software Upgrade
Allows you to download and install new firmware, swap active firmware banks, reset
active firmware.
Manage Logged in Users
View current users logged in to the NID and allows the Administrator to force off user
sessions when needed.
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802.3AH OAM
The OAM work of the 802.3ah addresses three key operational issues when deploying
Ethernet between locations: Link Monitoring, Fault Signaling and Remote Loopback.
Link Monitoring introduces some basic error definitions for Ethernet so entities can
detect failed and degraded connections.
Fault Signaling provides mechanisms for one entity to signal another that it has detected
an error.
Remote Loopback, which is often used to troubleshoot networks, allows one station to
put the other station into a state whereby all inbound traffic is immediately reflected back
onto the link. When a Remote Loopback is initiated or invoked at a Local DTE, the Local
DTE generates an event to the system log and a syslog message. Likewise, when a
Remote Loopback is exited, this also generates a system log event and a syslog
message.
OAM Configuration gives you the ability to enable or disable 802.3ah OAM mode. The
Functional Configuration screen allows parameter setting of the OAM mode on a per
port basis. This allows you the ability to set the 802.3ah OAM mode for the User Port
and Extension Port independently. You can configure each port to 802.3ah Active
Mode, 802.3ah Passive Mode, or Disable 802.3ah OAM.
When 802.3ah OAM Mode is disabled, the 9145 is transparent to 802.3ah OAMPDUs.
All incoming OAMPDUs will pass through the 9145 transparently and the 9145 does not
generate any OAMPDUs (effectively, the OAM Sublayer will be bypassed and all frames
will be forwarded to the superior sublayer).
When a Remote Loopbacks are initiated or invoked from Local 9145, it generates an
event to the system log and generates an equivalent Syslog Message. Likewise, when a
Remote Loopback is exited, the 9145 generates an event to the system log and an
equivalent Syslog message.
There are three types of Events: Critical Events, Link Fault Events and Dying Gasp
Events. The specific faults that comprise these events are defined as follows:
1. A Critical Event occurs when a software reset is invoked. A hard reset does not
generate a Critical Event since it resets the processor as soon as it is asserted.
2. A Link Fault Event occurs when the local PHY receiver detects a LOC
condition.
3. A Dying Gasp Event occurs when a power supply failure has occurred.
Logout
Terminates your current session. If this was a Telnet Session, it also drops the Telnet
connection.
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Managing the 9145
You can manage the hardware and the software for the 9145, including communication access.
Configuring Methods for the 9145
There are two ways to configuring the 9145, manually using the VT-100 User Interface, and
using a configuration file download. Though SNMP commands are issued by a CanogaView or
your Management Platform and can be scripted, this is considered a Manual configuration since
each configurable parameters are individually sent.
Configuration Upload
As more features have been added to the 9145, configuring the numerous features and settings
on the 9145 manually has becoming more time consuming and onerous. Canoga Perkins
developed a Backup and Restore mechanism for the 9145, able to generate, download, upload
and run configuration files. The configuration file naming convention is as follows:
9145xxxx.cfg
The “9145” is a string of four characters which corresponds to the Model Number, “xxxx” may be
zero to four characters in length and corresponds to a user defined field and “.cfg” is always
used as the file extension.
The configuration file MUST begin with a header that contains three variables, each of which is
a string of characters of finite length, as described here:
1. CfgFileName is a string that represents the configuration file name and extension (as in
the DOS file naming convention). The name must be of maximum 8 characters and the
extension is always “.cfg”, for a maximum total string length of 12 characters.
2. CfgFileBuiltWithFirmware is a string of 5 characters that represents the firmware level
(i.e., application code in the Active Bank) that was running when the configuration file
was built.
3. CfgFileUserComments is a string of 50 characters that the user may set to any string
desired. This variable contains information relevant to the user.
An example of the header as it would appear on a 9145_001.cfg file is shown here:
### WARNING – DO NOT MODIFY THIS HEADER ###
CfgFileName = 9145_001.cfg
CfgFileBuiltWithFirmware = 05.00
CfgFileUserComments =Canoga Perkins, Chatsworth, CA site.
############################################
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The configuration file consists of the header followed by a list of keywords. Each keyword
represents a user defined variable that is be set in the file.
The configuration file functions is both backward and foreword compatible. A configuration file
built with a newer firmware version may contain keywords that an older firmware version may
not recognize. In this case, the 9145 simply skips over the keyword and doesn’t act on it.
Similarly, a configuration file built with an older firmware may not have all the keywords that a
newer firmware may expect to see. The 9145 ignores that expected keywords are missing.
In the case where the 9145 encounters a keyword that is not recognized, an error message is
generated and placed in the System Log and a Syslog message is sent. This helps the user to
spot errors in the configuration files.
Configuration files are uploaded and downloaded in-band using FTP and SFTP, in the same
manner that firmware and bootcode is uploaded and downloaded.
Note: TFTP is not supported.
Supported Configuration Parameters
The Configuration Backup and Restore function supports all configurable parameters for the
9145 with the exception of NPA parameters. NPA parameters, including NPA profiles and
address lists, ARE NOT supported.
Avoiding a Loss of Connectivity
Since configuration files contains Manager IP Address, Subnet Mask and Default Gateway
parameters, it is conceivable that a user may lose connectivity to a 9145 after downloading a
configuration file. A configuration file may contain values for the Manager parameters that are
different than the current Manager settings. To avoid such situations where management
connectivity to the 9145 could be lost, three additional “master control keywords” will follow the
configuration file header, as shown below:
############################################
## The following must be modified to = "Yes" if the specified items
## are to be configured, otherwise the config items will be ignored.
ConfigureIPAddress = No
ConfigureSBMC = No
ConfigureInterface = No
############################################
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ConfigureIPAddress specifies whether the 9145 will adopt or ignore the following configuration
file parameters:
•
•
•
•
IPAddress
SubnetMask
DefaultGateway
Slip/PPP IPAddress
The default setting for ConfigureIPAddress is “No”, which indicates that the values for each of
the above parameters will be ignored.
ConfigureSBMC specifies whether the 9145 will adopt or ignore the SBMC Flag parameter. The
default is set to “No”, which indicates that the value is ignored.
ConfigureInterface specifies whether the 9145 will adopt or ignore the following physical port
setup parameters:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
RmtfFlag
LlfFlag
FlowControlFlag
UserPort
ExtPort
sbmcFlag
PvstFilterFlag
The default is set to “No”, which indicates that the value is ignored.
Configuration File Access Privileges
A configuration file is an English-readable file that is not locked or protected; therefore, anyone
can edit this file. To ensure that an unauthorized person does not download a configuration file
to a 9145 in order to change settings that particular user did not have rights to, only those users
with Supervisor access will be allowed to download configuration files to the 9145.
Even though Operators are not allowed to download configuration files, they ARE allowed to
upload configuration files from a 9145.
Only observers are NOT allowed to upload or download configuration files.
Note: See the Setting Up User Accounts section for more information on User Privilege Levels
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To upload a configuration file from the 9145 follow these steps:
1.
Open a command prompt on your PC and type [ftp xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx] where the
x’s are is the IP address corresponding to the 9145’s management IP address and
press <enter>.
2.
Type the user name and password and press <enter>
3.
Set ftp to “binary” mode by typing [binary] on the prompt and press <enter>
4.
Change directory to the CONFIG directory by typing [cd CONFIG] and press <enter>
Note: that the word “CONFIG” has to be capitalized.
5.
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Type [dir] on the prompt to view the contents of the directory and press <enter>
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6. To retrieve the configuration file, type [get 9145.CFG] and press <enter>
7. To end the ftp session, type [bye] on the prompt and close the window.
You can use any text editor such as Notepad1 or WordPad2 to edit the configuration file. Please
see Appendix C for an example format and the different fields of a configuration file.
Once you have made your changes to the configuration file and are now ready to download the
changes to the 9145, follow these steps:
1. Open a command prompt on your PC and type [ftp xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx] where the x’s
are is the IP address corresponding to the 9145’s management IP address and press
<enter>.
2. Type the Username and Password and press <enter>
3. Set ftp to “binary” mode by typing [binary] at the prompt and press <enter>
1 2
Notepad and WordPad are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation
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4. Change the directory to BURNING by typing [cd BURNING] and press <enter>
Note: that the word “BURNING” has to be capitalized.
5. To download the configuration file, type [put 9145.CFG] and press <enter>
6. To end the ftp session type [bye] on the prompt and close the window.
Manual Configuration – VT-100 Session
The System Information screen provides various categories of optional information that system
administrators may track. To access the System Information screen, and follow these steps:
1. From the System Configuration Menu, type [5], "System Information," and press <Enter>
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Ethernet Network Interface Device
29-Nov-2006
Model 9145-5 V05.00 F96
9145 D
11:46:51
-----------------------SYSTEM INFORMATION - LOCAL UNIT-------------------------1. System Name
: 9145 D
2. Contact
: Tien Nguyen
3. Location
: VLAB
4. Customer
: Canoga Engineering
5. Information
:
:
6. Circuits
:
:
7. Service Code
:
8. Date-in-Service
:
9. Date-Out-of-Service :
10. Equipment Type
:
11. Equipment Code
:
12. Vendor
: FONEX
13. CLEI
:
14. Mfg Date
: 10/01/2004
15. Unit
: Local
Select [1-15]:
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2. At the System Information screen, type the number for an item and press <Enter>, then
type the information and press <Enter>.
a. System Name – Displayed in the header of all 9145 Management Screen, up to
25 characters
b. Contact – up to 25 characters
c. Location – up to 25 characters
d. Customer – up to 25 characters
e. Information – 2 lines, up to 40 characters each
f. Circuits – 2 lines, up to 25 characters each
g. Service Code – up to 10 characters
h. Date-in-Service – [mm/dd/yyyy]
i. Date-Out-of-Service – [mm/dd/yyyy]
j. Equipment Type – up to 10 characters
k. Equipment Code – up to 10 characters
l. Vendor – up to 25 characters
m. CLEI – up to 10 characters
n. Mfg Date – [mm/dd/yyyy]
o. Unit – Displays System Information for a SMBC connected remote 9145
3. To change the view between Local and Remote units, type [15], "Unit," press <Enter>.
Pressing <Space> cycles between the options. Press <Enter> to select an option.
4. To return to the Main Menu, press <Esc>.
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View Device and Module Information
The Hardware Information report shows hardware descriptions, including the type, model, serial,
and revision numbers for the 9145 and Interface Modules, as well as the power supply status.
You can also view similar information for the remote unit. Exact parameters depend on the
specific remote unit. Use this information when troubleshooting, such as tracking down an error
in a data link or the configuration. To view the Hardware Information screen, follow these steps:
1. From the Main Menu, type [3], "Port Information," and press <Enter>. Then from the
Port Information Menu, type [2], "Port Configuration," and press <Enter>. Type [1],
"Hardware Information," and press <Enter>.
Canoga Perkins Corp.
Ethernet Network Interface Device
29-Nov-2006
Model 9145-5 V05.00 F96
9145 D
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-----------------------------------HARDWARE INFORMATION------------------------Local
Remote L357
NID Model Number
NID Hardware Rev.
NID Serial Number
9145-5
CA
20041002951
L357-1323
E1
20060413191
User
User
User
User
9400-330
10/100/1000 UTP
DA
20050931486
10/100/1000M/UTP/RJ45
9400-529
1000M LD 1310/SM/14dB/SC
CB
20051033461
1000M LD 1310/SM/14dB/SC
DC
AC 120/240
Ext
Ext
Ext
Ext
Port
Port
Port
Port
Port
Port
Port
Port
Model Number
Description
Hardware Rev.
Serial Number
Model Number
Description
Hardware Rev.
Serial Number
Power Supply
Press CTRL-S for SFP info, TAB for more remote info, ESC to return
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
2. To display information about SFP(s) on the User or Extension Port Interface Modules,
press <Ctrl-S> to display the SFP Information screen.
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Ethernet Network Interface Device
29-Nov-2006
Model 9145-5 V05.00 F96
9145 D
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---------------------------------SFP INFORMATION-------------------------------Local
Remote
User Port:
Model Number
Wavelength
Connector Type
Data Rate
Maximum Link Length
Maximum Loss Budget
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Extension Port:
Model Number
Wavelength
Connector Type
Data Rate
Maximum Link Length
Maximum Loss Budget
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Press ESC to return to previous screen
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
3. To return to the Main Menu, press <Esc>.
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Manage the Date and Time
An accurate date and time in the 9145 assures accuracy for events listed in the System Log and
for traps and alarms sent to the system administrator. You can choose either of two methods
for setting the date and time, depending on your access to an external network and your need
for accuracy.
1. For accuracy within a large network, you can set up the 9145 to synchronize the system
date and time to an SNTP server. When the 9145 contacts the SNTP server to
synchronize the time, the event appears in the System Log, whether or not the SNTP
server responds.
2. If you choose to not use SNTP to maintain the date and time, or do not have access to
the Internet or a SNTP server, you can manually set the date and time on the 9145.
To set up synchronization with SNTP, follow these steps:
1. At the System Configuration Menu, type [7], "SNTP Client Configuration" and press
<Enter>.
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Ethernet Network Interface Device
29-Nov-2006
Model 9145-5 V05.00 F96
9145 D
11:50:47
-------------------------SNTP CLIENT CONFIGURATION-----------------------------1. Sntp Client
2. Sntp Client
Sntp Client
Sntp Client
3. Sntp Client
UTC Offset (hours)
:
Observe DST
:
DST Starts At
:
DST Ends at
:
Sync Interval (minutes):
-8
Enabled
02/04/2006 00:00
29/10/2006 00:00
360
4. Sntp
Sntp
Sntp
Sntp
5. Sntp
Sntp
Sntp
Sntp
IP Address
Retries
Timeout (seconds)
Priority
IP Address
Retries
Timeout (seconds)
Priority
18.26.4.105
3
5
1
0.0.0.0
3
5
1
Server
Server
Server
Server
Server
Server
Server
Server
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
Select [1-5]:
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
2. At the SNTP Client Configuration screen, type the number for a parameter and press
<Enter>, then follow the prompts on the screen.
a. sntp Client UTP Offset (hours):
Set the difference, in hours, between this 9145 and Coordinated Universal Time
(UTC), which is similar to Greenwich Mean Time (GMT); Range is -12 to 12
b. sntp Client Observe DST:
Enables/Disables Daylight Savings Time (Summer Time) and the date and time it
starts and ends.
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c. sntp Client Sync Interval (minutes):
Set how often, in minutes, that the 9145 tries to synchronize its time to the SNTP
server; Range is 0 (attempt to synchronize at bootup, only) to 1440 (once daily)
d. sntp Servers Configuration:
Sets IP address and operating parameters for 2 servers
• IP Address: Set the address for the SNTP server. 0.0.0.0 indicates no
server
• Retries: How many times the 9145 tries to synchronize before trying the
alternate server or giving up. Range is 0 to 10
• Timeout (seconds): Wait period between unsuccessful attempts. Range
is 1 to 30
• Priority: Set which server to contact first. Range is 1 to 255 with 1 the
highest priority and 255 the lowest. If the priority is the same for the two
servers, the 9145 alternates tries between the servers.
3. To return to the Main Menu, press <Esc>.
To manually set the date and time, follow these steps:
1. From the Main Menu, type [6], "Utilities," and press <Enter>.
2. At the Utilities Menu, type [1], "Set Date and Time" and press <Enter>.
3. At the prompt to enter the current date and time, type the current information in
DD/MM/YYYY HH:MM format, then press <Enter>.
Canoga Perkins Corp.
Ethernet Network Interface Device
04-Dec-2006
Model 9145-5 V96.05 F96
9145 DC_172.16.142.225
07:29:16
---------------------------------------UTILITIES-------------------------------1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
Set Date and Time
Reset Configuration To Default
Change Password
VT100 Baud Rate
Slip/PPP Baud Rate
PING Generation
Static ARP Table
Dynamic ARP Table
License Manager
9600
19200
Select [1-9]:
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
4. To return to the Main Menu, press <Esc>.
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Configuring SNMP Access
To set values for basic system parameters, including some parameters used by SNMP, go to
the IP Configuration screen and follow these steps:
1. From the System Configuration Menu type [1], "IP/SNMP Agent Configuration," and press
<Enter>, then type [1], "Management IP Configuration," and press <Enter>.
Canoga Perkins Corp.
Ethernet Network Interface Device
29-Nov-2006
Model 9145-5 V05.00 F96
9145 D
10:20:16
-------------------------------MANAGEMENT IP CONFIGURATION---------------------Local
Remote L357
MAC Address
Management Port
00 40 2A 00 87 3A
UP
1)
172.016.142.225
255.255.000.000
172.016.001.001
000.000.000.000
255.255.255.000
Both Ports
Disabled
1
000.000.000.000
VT100
Disabled
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
Manager IP Address
Subnet Mask
Default Gateway
Test IP Address
Test Subnet Mask
Inband Management Port
Management VLAN Tagging
Management VLAN Number
SLIP/PPP IP Address
Serial Port Config
Telnet Security
Select [1-8]:
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
2. At the Management IP Configuration screen, type the number for an item and press
<Enter>. Press <Tab> to highlight the Remote column if needed, then enter data or press
<Space> to cycle through the options. Press <Enter> to select an option.
a. Manager IP Address
Sets the 9145 Manager’s IP Address
Subnet Mask
Sets the 9145 Manager’s IP Subnet MASK
Default Gateway
Sets the IP Address of the Default Gateway, a network node that manages
connections to other IP subnetworks
b. Test IP Address
Sets the IP Address for Network Performance Assurance optional feature
Test Subnet Mask
Sets the IP Address for Network Performance Assurance optional feature
c. Inband Management Port
Selects which port(s) allow Management Communication access. Parameters are
Both Ports, Ext Port Only, User Port Only, or No Management
d. Management VLAN Tagging
Enables/Disable the use of a Management VLAN
e. Management VLAN Number
When Management VLAN is Enabled, sets VLAN Tag ID
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f.
SLIP/PPP IP Address
Sets the IP Address for SLIP/PPP access. Address does not need to be configured
if SLIP/PPP is not used.
g. Serial Port Config
Sets the session type supported by the RS-232 Serial Port: selections are VT100 or
SLIP/PPP.
h. Telnet Security
Enables or disables checking if Telnet host is listed in the host table. Default is
disabled, which allows access to all hosts
3. To return to the Main Menu, press <Esc>.
Set Up the VT100 and SLIP/PPP Baud Rates
Although the default values for the communication parameters meet requirements for most
systems, you made need to update them for a particular situation. To update the baud rate,
follow these steps:
1. At the Main Menu, type [6], "Utilities," and press <Enter>.
2. To change the baud rate for VT-100 sessions, type [4], "VT100 Baud Rate," and press
<Enter>. Pressing <Space> cycles through the baud rate options. Options are 9600 or
19200 bps.
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Ethernet Network Interface Device
04-Dec-2006
Model 9145-5 V96.05 F96
9145 DC_172.16.142.225
07:33:23
---------------------------------------UTILITIES-------------------------------1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
Set Date and Time
Reset Configuration To Default
Change Password
VT100 Baud Rate
Slip/PPP Baud Rate
PING Generation
Static ARP Table
9600
19200
Use 'SPACE' to change the configuration, 'Enter' to validate
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
3. To change the baud rate for SLIP/PPP sessions, type [5], "SLIP/PPP Baud Rate," and
press <Enter>. Pressing <Space> cycles through the baud rate options. Options are
9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, or 115200 bps.
4. To return to the Main Menu, press <Esc>.
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Manage Traps
Traps are SNMP messages that are sent to CanogaView or your Management Platform, and
the 9145 System Log. Use the Trap Configuration Menu to view the current configuration and
to enable or disable traps. For a list of events that trigger traps, see Table 3. To set up the
traps, follow these steps:
1. From the System Configuration Menu, type [2], "Trap Configuration," and press <Enter>.
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Ethernet Network Interface Device
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Model 9145-5 V05.00 F96
9145 D
11:41:34
-----------------------------------TRAP CONFIGURATION--------------------------1) Master Trap Control
Log Only
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
Local User Port Link Traps
Remote User Port Link Traps
Extension Port Link Traps
Remote Fault Received Traps
Link Loss Forwarding Traps
Both
Both
Both
Both
Both
Log
Log
Log
Log
Log
And
And
And
And
And
Send
Send
Send
Send
Send
7)
8)
9)
10)
11)
12)
13)
Cold Start Traps
Authentication Traps
Side Band Mgmt Channel Traps
Diagnostics Traps
Configuration Traps
Power Supply Traps
SFP Traps
Both
Both
Both
Both
Both
Both
Both
Log
Log
Log
Log
Log
Log
Log
And
And
And
And
And
And
And
Send
Send
Send
Send
Send
Send
Send
Select [1-13]:
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
2. At the Trap Configuration Menu, type the number for a trap and press <Enter>. Pressing
<Space> cycles between Log Only, Both Log and Send and Disabled. Press <Enter> to
select your choice. Defaults are 1) Master Trap Control: Log Only, all others (2-13):
Both Log and Send.
3. To return to the Main Menu, press <Esc>.
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These selections do not affect how the Major and Minor events are reported. Table 3 describes
Trap functions.
Table 3 – T rap Configuration Options
Trap
When enabled, sends a Trap if. . .
Local/User Port Link, Remote User
Port Link, or Extension Port Link
The link went down and came back up
Remote Fault Received
A port receives an RMTF
Link Loss Forwarding
A port loses a received link and transmits
notification to the next port
Cold Start
The 9145 is reset by a power failure or forced reset
Authentication
An unauthorized host attempts SNMP access
Side Band Mgmt Channel
SBMC is lost or back online
Diagnostics
Loopback is enabled or disabled
Configuration
When the 9145’s remote unit has an incompatible
firmware
Power Supply
When the power supply is failing
SFP
An SFP change occurs
View System Events and Traps
The System Log lists all events that occurred since the last power-up or when the log was last
cleared. The log lists items in reverse chronological order. As events fill the System Log, older
events drop off to make room for new events. Event Types include System, which involves
system-level resources; Trap, also reported to the Network Manager; and Security, which shows
security information and violations. A * Local event indicates that the user has an account
defined on the local User Account screen. To access the user friendly System Logs, follow
these steps:
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Ethernet Network Interface Device
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Model 9145-5 V96.05 F96
9145 DC_172.16.142.225
07:28:13
---------------------------------SYSTEM LOG------------------------------------Description
Type
Username
Local Date/Time
Displaying 6694 to 6701 of 6701 filtered entries, 6701 total
Added Address[1] State: Disabled
Config
admin
*
04-Dec-2006 06:06:59.50
Added Address[1] Description 2:
Config
admin
*
04-Dec-2006 06:06:59.60
Changed Address[1] IP Address: 172.16.16.203
Config
admin
*
04-Dec-2006 06:10:47.70
Changed Address[1] VLanID: 44048
Config
admin
*
04-Dec-2006 06:10:58.20
Changed Address[1] Profile ID: ac
Config
admin
*
04-Dec-2006 06:11:49.40
Changed Address[1] Description 1: ¬ ËTestnet
Config
admin
*
04-Dec-2006 06:11:55.40
User logged out
Security admin
*
04-Dec-2006 06:52:43.60
User logged in
Security admin
*
04-Dec-2006 06:52:58.50
Select [(F)irst, (N)ext, (P)rev, (L)ast, (G)oto, (C)lear, (S)elect Filter]:
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
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1. From the Main Menu, type [5], "System Log," and press <Enter>. The System Log appears.
2. To view additional events or clear the log, follow the prompts on the screen.
3. To return to the Main Menu, press <Esc>.
Update Software
Each 9145 has two flash memory banks that store software:
1. The Active Flash Memory holds the software currently in use
2. The Inactive Flash Memory holds the new software from a download or the older version
of software
Software is downloaded to the inactive memory to avoid disrupting service. Resetting the 9145
and swapping banks does not affect operation and is transparent to user traffic.
Use the Software Upgrade report and menu screen to check the current version of the firmware
and upgrade it and the remote 9145, if necessary. To access the Software Upgrade Menu and
check the software version, follow these steps:
1. From the Main Menu, type [7], "Software Upgrade," and press <Enter>. The Software
Upgrade screen appears.
Note: Line 4 is only present when the remote unit is SBMC Connected 9145.
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Ethernet Network Interface Device
05-Dec-2006
Model 9145-5 V05.00 F96
9145 DC_172.16.142.225
12:44:29
------------------------------------SOFTWARE UPGRADE---------------------------Time Since Last Restart 3 days 17:06:02
Local
Remote
Active Firmware
Inactive Firmware
Bootcode
87.99
03.40
06.22
03.40
81.20
06.20
1)
2)
Software Reset
Swap Bank & Reset
Reset
Swap
Reset
Swap
3)
4)
Get New File with TFTP
Copy Software from Source unit to Destination unit
Select [1-4]:
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
2. Record the numbers for the Active and Inactive Firmware for both the local and remote
9145s.
3. Access the Canoga Perkins Web site, click Downloads, scroll to the 9145 filename and
compare version numbers listed there with the version numbers you recorded. The
9145 firmware filename is similar to 91450106.zip, where 9145 indicates the module and
0106 indicates the version number.
4. Download the software from the Web site to your local TFTP, FTP, or SFTP server.
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Caution: To ensure compatibility when two 9145s are connected using the EXT ports,
you must upgrade all connected units with the same firmware. Failure to do so will
cause CFG alarms could result in user traffic disruption.
To upgrade 9145 software, follow these steps:
1. Access the SNMP Configuration Menu before starting the software upgrade: enter the
IP Address, Subnet Mask, and Default Gateway for the 9145.
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9145 D
10:20:16
-------------------------------MANAGEMENT IP CONFIGURATION---------------------Local
Remote L357
MAC Address
Management Port
00 40 2A 00 87 3A
UP
1)
172.016.142.225
255.255.000.000
172.016.001.001
000.000.000.000
255.255.255.000
Both Ports
Disabled
1
000.000.000.000
VT100
Disabled
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
Manager IP Address
Subnet Mask
Default Gateway
Test IP Address
Test Subnet Mask
Inband Management Port
Management VLAN Tagging
Management VLAN Number
SLIP/PPP IP Address
Serial Port Config
Telnet Security
Select [1-8]:
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
2. From the Main Menu, type [7], "Software Upgrade," and press <Enter>.
3. At the Software Upgrade Menu, type [3], Get New File with TFTP, and press <Enter>.
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Ethernet Network Interface Device
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Model 9145-5 V96.05 F96
9145 DC_172.16.142.225
07:38:04
------------------------------------SOFTWARE UPGRADE---------------------------Time Since Last Restart 2 days 13:53:23
Local
Active Firmware
Inactive Firmware
Bootcode
96.05
12.15
06.30
1)
2)
Software Reset
Swap Bank & Reset
Reset
Swap
3)
Get New File with TFTP
Remote Offline
Last Data
Reset
Swap
Select [1-3]:
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
4. At the prompts, type the IP address for the TFTP, FTP, or SFTP server and the
Filename.
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5. When ready, type [Y] to initiate the file transfer.
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9145 DC_172.16.142.225
12:43:48
----------------------------------TFTP SOFTWARE UPGRADE------------------------Time Since Last Restart 2 days 18:55:08
Host
Save
File
File
IP Address :
in Non Volatile RAM? :
Name: 9145500.zip
transfer to unit now ?
172.16.85.100
y
y
Please enter Y or N .
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
To upgrade a remote 9145, or upgrade the local 9145 from software stored on a Domain
Management Module of the UCS1000 or UCS1002 chassis through a L351 or L357 follow these
steps.
Note: SideBand Management Channel must be enabled with the remote 9145, L351 or L357.
1. Verify that SBMC is enabled on both the local and remote 9145s; details on page 3-43.
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Ethernet Network Interface Device
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Model 9145-5 V05.00 F96
9145 DC_172.16.142.225
12:44:34
------------------------------------SOFTWARE UPGRADE---------------------------Time Since Last Restart 3 days 17:06:42
Local
Remote
Active Firmware
Inactive Firmware
Bootcode
87.99
03.40
06.22
03.40
81.20
06.20
Select Source Unit :
Local
Use 'SPACE' to change next source, 'Enter' to validate
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
2. From the Main Menu, type [7], "Software Upgrade," and press <Enter>.
3. At the Software Upgrade Menu, type [4], "Copy Software from Source unit to Destination
unit," and press <Enter>.
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4. At the prompt, select the Source, which is the inactive bank for the local module, then
select the Destination, which is the inactive bank for the remote module, and press
<Enter>; the upgrade runs automatically.
To run the new software, swap banks, and reset the module. Follow these steps:
1. From the Main Menu, type [7], "Software Upgrade," and press <Enter>.
2. At the Software Upgrade Menu, type [2], "Swap Bank & Reset," press <Tab> to highlight
the Remote column, and press <Enter>.
Canoga Perkins Corp.
Ethernet Network Interface Device
04-Dec-2006
Model 9145-5 V96.05 F96
9145 DC_172.16.142.225
07:38:04
------------------------------------SOFTWARE UPGRADE---------------------------Time Since Last Restart 2 days 13:53:23
Local
Active Firmware
Inactive Firmware
Bootcode
96.05
12.15
06.30
1)
2)
Software Reset
Swap Bank & Reset
Reset
Swap
Swap
3)
Get New File with TFTP
Remote Offline
Last Data
Reset
Swap
Select [1-3]:
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
3. Type [2], "Swap Bank & Reset," check that the Local column is highlighted, and press
<Enter>. Both modules reset and start using the new firmware.
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9145 Network Interface Device
Configuring Access Security
The 9145 has comprehensive management access security features, including SNMPv3
authorization, RADIUS, configurable password formatting and user access controls. Typically,
you must have supervisor access to configure and manage security for the 9145.
Setting General Security Parameters
General security parameters include passwords characteristics, unsuccessful long-in attempt
lockout, and inactivity timer. To set general security parameters, access the Security
Configuration Menu and follow these steps:
1. At the Main Menu, type [1], "System Configuration," and press <Enter>.
2. From the System Configuration Menu, type [3], "Security Configuration," and press
<Enter>.
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Ethernet Network Interface Device
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Model 9145-5 V05.00 F96
9145 D
11:45:59
----------------------------SECURITY CONFIGURATION-----------------------------PASSWORD CONFIGURATION
1. Minimum Length
: 0
2. Minimum Alpha Characters
: 0
3. Minimum Numeric Characters
: 0
4. Minimum Punctuation Characters
: 0
5. Maximum Consecutive Character Types : 0
6. Maximum Same Character
: 0
7. Allow username in password
: Enabled
8. Password Expiration Time
: 0
9. Password Reuse Count
: 0
LOCKOUT/LOGOUT CONFIGURATION
10. Lockout After Failed Attempts
: 0
11. Lockout Type
: Hard
Lockout time
: 0
12. Display Lockout Message
: Disabled
13. Lockout Message
: Account has been locked out
14. Lockout Craft Port
: Disabled
15. Inactivity Logout time (mins)
: 0
Select [1-15]:
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
3. At the Security Configuration Menu, type the number for the item you wish to configure
and press <Enter>. Type the applicable information or press <Space> to cycle through
the options for that item. Press <Enter> to select the option or to enter the information
you typed.
Password Configuration
a. Minimum Length
Minimum length in characters of a valid password. 0 – 15 Characters
b. Minimum Alpha Characters
Minimum number of Alpha (a-z) characters required in a valid password. 0 – 15
Characters, 0 disables restriction.
c. Minimum Numeric Characters
Minimum number of Numeric (0-9) characters required in a valid password. 0 –
15 Characters, 0 disables restriction.
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d. Minimum Punctuation Characters
Minimum number of Punctuation characters required in a valid password. 0 – 15
Characters, 0 disables restriction.
e. Maximum Consecutive Character Types
Maximum number consecutive characters of the same character type (Alpha,
Numeric, Punctuation) allowed in a valid password. 0 – 15 Characters, 0
disables restriction.
f. Maximum Same Character
Maximum number of times a character can be used in a valid password. 0 – 15
Characters, 0 disables restriction.
g. Allow Username in Password
Enable or disable using the username as or within the password
h. Password Expiration Time
Sets in days, 1 through 365, that the passwords must be reset. , 0 disables
Password Expiration.
i. Password Reuse Count
Set if the current password can be reused or must be changed to something
different. A setting of 0 allows reuse, 1 requires a different password.
Lockout/Logout Configuration
a. Lockout After Failed Attempts
Sets the number of failed attempts log-in before the user is locked out. 0 – 10
attempts, 0 disables the Lockout function.
b. Lockout Type
Hard requires another user with Supervisor access to unlock the account in the
User Accounts Menu. Timed requires the User wait (Lockout time) before
attempting another log-in attempt.
Lockout Time
Lockout time period, 0 to 30 minutes.
c. Display Lockout Message
Enables or disables user screen display of a Lockout Message
d. Lockout Message
Sets the Lockout Message to be displayed when the user is Locked Out, up to 30
characters in length
e. Lockout Craft Port
Enables or disable management access from the RS-232 Serial Port to prevent
unauthorized access The craft port can be re-enabled from a Telnet session or a
SNMP command
f. Inactivity Logout Time
Sets the time, 0 to 30 minutes, when a user session is automatically logged out
and disconnected due to inactivity. 0 disables the function.
4. To return to the Main Menu, press <Esc>.
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9145 Network Interface Device
Setting Up User Accounts
You can set up an account for a user, whether another supervisor, operator, or observer, to
access the 9145. You can also update or delete usernames or permissions. Setting certain
values for some parameters, such as SNMPv3 Authentication and Privacy Protocols, determine
or limit which values you can set for other parameters. To manage a user account, follow these
steps:
1. At the Main Menu, type [1], "System Configuration," and press <Enter>.
2. At the System Configuration Menu, type [4], "Account Configuration," and press <Enter>.
The User Accounts Menu appears.
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07:48:49
----------------------------------EDIT USER ACCOUNT----------------------------: admin
: Enabled
: UI/SNMPv3
: Supervisor
: Default Account
: ***************
: No
: 0
7.
: No
8.
: No
9.
: Unlocked
10.
: None
11.
: N/A
: N/A
12.
: None
13.
: N/A
: N/A
Select [1-13]:
------------------------------------Messages-----------------------------------1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Username
Account State
Access From
Access Level
Description
UI Password
UI Password Expires
UI Password Expires in (days)
Allow UI Lockout Of User
Allow UI Logout Of User
UI Login Locked State
SNMPv3 Authentication Protocol
SNMPv3 Authentication Password
SNMPv3 Authentication Key
SNMPv3 Privacy Protocol
SNMPv3 Privacy Password
SNMPv3 Privacy Key
3. To add a user, type [a], or to edit an existing user, type [e], and press <Enter>. Type the
Username. Follow the prompts on the Edit User Account Menu to enter values or select
options by pressing <Space> to cycle through available parameters.
a. Account State
Enables or Disables user access to the 9145’s management functions. Options
are Enabled and Disabled.
b. Access From
Configures authorized access methods via the User Interface (UI) using Telnet,
VT-100 on the RS-232 Serial Port, SSH, FTP, and SFTP or by SNMPv3.
Options are UI, SNMPv3, or UI/SNMPv3 (both UI and SNMPv3)
c. Access Level
Assign user privilege level. Levels are Supervisor, Operator, or Observer
d. Description
Account description. This is optional and is 0 to 17 characters long.
e. UI Password
Password that allows access through Telnet, Console, SSH, FTP, or SFTP.
Passwords are 8 to 15 characters in length.
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f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
k.
l.
m.
UI Password Expires
Configures if Passwords expire and require replacement, Yes or No.
UI Password Expires in (days)
If UI Password Expire is set to Yes; this configures how long the Password is
valid. Duration setting from 0 (never) to 365 days. A setting of 0 is equal to UI
Password Expire is set to No
Allow UI Lockout of User – Yes/No
Sets if the User can be blocked from the system after excessive failed attempts
to log in.
Allow UI Logout of User
Sets if user gets automatically logged off upon excessive inactivity
UI Logout Locked State
Displays current user state: Locked, Unlocked, Logged Out, or Logged In
SNMPv3 Authentication Protocol
Sets SNMPv3 authentication protocol: MD5, SHA, or None
SNMPv3 Authentication Password
Password that generates the MD5 or SHA authentication key: 8 to 15 characters
SNMPv3 Authentication Key
Displays the MD5 or SHA Authentication Protocol Key that authenticates the
user. the Key is generated automatically by the Authentication Password, but
can be changed if the user's host uses a different Authentication Key generation
algorithm. the Key is 16 Hex characters for MD5 protocol or 20 Hex characters
for SHA protocol.
SNMPv3 Privacy Protocol
Selects encryption protocol: DES or None
SNMPv3 Privacy Password
Password that generates the DES Privacy Protocol Encryption Key: 8 to 15
characters
SNMPv3 Privacy Key
Displays the DES Privacy Protocol Key and is generated automatically from the
Privacy Password. It can be changed if the user's host uses a different Privacy
Key generation algorithm: 16 Hex characters
4. To delete a user, type [d], then follow the prompts to select the Username and confirm
the choice. When completed, the User Accounts Menu reappears.
5. To return to the Main Menu, press <Esc>.
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Configuring Host Access
The 9145’s SNMP Agent allows access by up to 24 Host IP addresses. Configuration and
editing the Host information Table is by the Host Access Table Menu. To access the Host
Access Table, follow these steps:
1. From the System Configuration Menu, type [1], "IP/SNMP Agent Configuration," and
press <Enter> Then type [3], "Host Table," and press <Enter>.
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Ethernet Network Interface Device
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Model 9145-5 V05.00 F96
9145 D
10:22:03
--------------------------------HOST ACCESS TABLE------------------------------Managing Host
Telnet FTP
SNMP
SNMP
V1/V2c Rd
V1/V2c Wr
V1/V2c
IP/Mask Bits
Access Access Access Protocol Community
Community
Access
172.016.002.040/32 All
All
Write
V1/V2c/V3 public
private
Superv
Select [(A)dd, (D)elete, (E)dit, (M)ore]:
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
2. At the Host Access Table Menu, type [a] to add a host. At the prompt, enter the Host IP
Address and Subnet Mask, or type [e] to edit an existing Host.
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Model 9145-4 V05.00 F96
07:56:39
----------------------------------EDIT HOST ACCESS------------------------------
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Managing Host IP
IP Mask Size
Telnet Access
FTP Access
SNMP Access
SNMP Protocol
V1/V2c Read Community
V1/V2c Write Community
V1/V2c Access Level
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
172.16.2.40
32
Telnet and SSH
FTP and SFTP
Write
V1/V2c/V3
public
private
Supervisor
Select [1-7]:
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
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3. The Edit Host Access Menu sets the following parameters.
a. Telnet Access
Telnet and SSH, Telnet Only, SSH Only, or None
b. FTP Access
Select FTP and SFTP, FTP Only, SFTP Only, or None
c. SNMP Access
Select Write (also allows Read access), Read, or None
d. SNMP Protocol
Select V1/V2c/V3, V1/V2c, or V3
e. V1/V2c Read Community
Enter name of community, up to 11 characters
f. V1/V2c Write Community
Enter name of community, up to 11 characters
g. V1/V2c Access Level
Select Supervisor, Operator, or Observer
4. To remove a host, type [d], then follow the prompts.
5. To return to the Main Menu, press <Esc>.
Configuring a Radius Client***---***
Before setting the 9145 as a Radius Passthru Client, you must set related attributes on the
Radius Server to predefined values in order to properly authenticate and configure the user.
The 9145 uses four vendor-specific attributes, type 25 in the Radius RFC. Canoga Perkins
vendor’ identifier is 919.
1. Attribute 1 - Access From
Values: 1, UI (default); 2, SNMP; and 3, UI and SNMP
2. Attribute 2 - Access Level
Values: 2, Observer (default); 3, Operator; and 4, Supervisor
3. Attribute 3 - Description
A string, optional and not predefined. The default is "Radius Account."
4. Attribute 4 - Logout User
Values: 0, No, and 1, Yes (default).
Use the Radius Client Configuration Menu to set up communications with the Radius Server to
enable Radius Authentication of users at login. To access the Radius Client Configuration
Menu, follow these steps:
1. From the System Configuration Menu, type [6], "Radius Client Configuration," and press
<Enter>. The Radius Client Configuration Menu appears.
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2.
At the prompt, type [1] to set the authentication mode. Type [2] or [3] to configure access to a
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9145 D
11:49:04
-------------------------RADIUS CLIENT CONFIGURATION---------------------------1. Radius Client Mode
: None
2. Radius Server IP Address
: 0.0.0.0
Radius Server Shared Secret:
Radius Server Retries
: 3
Radius Server Timeout
: 5
Radius Server Priority
: 1
3. Radius Server IP Address
: 0.0.0.0
Radius Server Shared Secret:
Radius Server Retries
: 3
Radius Server Timeout
: 5
Radius Server Priority
: 1
Select [1-3]:
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
primary and alternate Radius servers, and then follow the prompts on the screen.
a. Radius Client Mode
Configures the primary and secondary authentication servers. The secondary server
is accessed if the primary server does not respond or rejects the user. "Radius" is
the Radius Server, "Local" is the 9145’s User Account database. "None" uses only
the 9145 account database. Choices are Radius then Local, Local then Radius, or
None
b. Radius Server
Enter values for these parameters for a primary or alternate Radius server:
c. IP Address
Sets the address for the Radius Server. An Address 0.0.0.0 indicates no server
d. Shared Secret
Must match the Shared Secret set on the Radius Server
e. Retries
How many times the 9145 tries to authenticate the user before trying the Secondary
Server or giving up. Range is 0 to 10
f. Timeout
How long, in seconds, between unsuccessful attempts. Range is 1 to 30
g. Priority
Sets which server to contact first; Range is 1 (highest priority) to 255 lowest priority)
Should priority get set the same for two servers, the 9145 will alternate tries between
the servers
3. To return to the Main Menu, press <Esc>.
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Syslog Client Configuration
You can configure and display two server destinations for Syslog messages. In addition to
setting the host address and port, you can set the server mask for the notification. To access
and update the Syslog Client Configuration, follow these steps:
1. From the System Configuration Menu type [9], "Syslog Client Configuration," and press
<Enter>, then type [3], "Trap Table," and press <Enter>. The Trap/Notification Destination
Table screen appears.
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Ethernet Network Interface Device
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Model 9145-5 V05.00 F96
9145 D
11:51:14
-------------------------SYSLOG CONFIGURATION----------------------------------1. Syslog Server IP Address : 172.016.015.072
Syslog Server Port
: 514
Syslog Server Mask
: Debug
2. Syslog Server IP Address : 172.016.100.020
Syslog Server Port
: 65535
Syslog Server Mask
: Debug
Select [1-2]:
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
2. To enter a new Syslog Server to edit and existing entry, select Syslog Server [1] or [2] and
press <Enter>. Enter the values for the Server.
a. Syslog Server IP Address
Enter the IP address for the Syslog Server
b. Syslog Server Port
Enter the UDP Port number used by the Syslog Server, 1-65535
c. Syslog Server Mask
This sets the Syslog Message Mask. Pressing <Space> cycles through the options.
Options are Debug, Emergency, Alert, Critical, Error, Warning, Notice and
Informational.
3. To return to the Main Menu, press <Esc>.
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Trap Destination Configuration
You can configure and display the destinations for Trap messages. In addition to setting the
host address and port, you can set the security level for the notification, and then set values for
various security related parameters. To access and update the Trap Notification/Destination
Table, follow these steps:
1. From the System Configuration Menu type [1], "IP/SNMP Agent Configuration," and press
<Enter>, then type [3], "Trap Table," and press <Enter>. The Trap/Notification Destination
Table screen appears.
Canoga Perkins Corp.
Ethernet Network Interface Device
29-Nov-2006
Model 9145-5 V05.00 F96
9145 D
11:40:42
---------------------TRAP/NOTIFICATION DESTINATION TABLE-----------------------Managing
Trap
Username/
Security
Host
Port Type
Community
Level
172.016.002.040 162
V1-Trap
public
N/A
Select [(A)dd, (D)elete, (E)dit, (M)ore]:
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
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2. To add a destination, type [a] and press <Enter>. To edit an existing destination, type [e]
and press <Enter>, then follow the prompts to set values for these parameters:
Canoga Perkins Corp.
Ethernet Termination Service Unit
05-Dec-2006
Model 9145-4 V05.00 F96
08:32:37
----------------------------------EDIT TRAP/NOTIFICATION TYPE------------------IP Address
Trap/Notification Port
Notification Type
1. Community Name
: 172.016.002.040
: 162
: V1-Trap
: public
Select [1]:
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
a. IP Address
IP address of the destination
b. Trap/Notification Port
UDP Port number for the destination. Range is 1 to 65535, typically set to 162
c. Notification Type
Sets the SNMP version and configuration
V1-Trap:
Unacknowledged message with SNMPv1 protocol
V2c-Trap:
Unacknowledged message with SNMPv2c protocol
V2c-Inform: Acknowledged message with SNMPv2c protocol
V3-Trap:
Unacknowledged message with SNMPv3 authentication and optional
message encryption
V3-Inform:
Acknowledged message with SNMPv3 authentication and optional
message encryption
d. Community Name
Enter the V1-Trap, V2-Trap, or V2c-Inform notification Community Name. Up to 10
characters.
e. SNMPv3- Trap Notification
Pressing <Space> cycles through security options when SNMPv3 Trap Notification is
selected.
•
•
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Security Name:
Security Level:
The name of the 9145 user account.
No Auth/No Priv - No user authentication or message
encryption
Auth/No Priv - Authentication by user name, no message
encryption
Auth/Priv - Authentication by user name and message
encryption
9145 Network Interface Device
f.
SNMPv3- Inform Notification
To configure SNMPv3-Inform notification, either type [a] value and press <Enter> or
press <Space> to cycle through the options for these parameters:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Security Name:
Enter the name of the user account at the
destination. Up to 10 characters
• Engine ID:
Enter the SNMP Engine ID at the destination. 64
Hex characters.
• Authentication Protocol: Notification authentication. Option are MD5, SHA,
or None.
• Authentication Password: The password that generates the authentication
key for the message when the authentication
protocol is MD5 or SHA. 8 to 15 characters.
Authentication Key: The authentication key for MD5 or SHA Authentication
Protocol. The key generates automatically from the
Authentication Password, but can be changed if the
destination uses a different Authentication Key generation
algorithm. 16 Hex characters for MD5 protocol or 20 Hex
characters for SHA protocol.
Privacy Protocol:
Set the protocol for encrypting the notification when MD5
or SHA is used. Options are DES or None.
Privacy Password:
If the Privacy Protocol is DES, enter the password that
generates the encryption key for the message. 8 to 15
characters.
Privacy Key:
Shows the that encrypts the message for DES Privacy
Protocol key. This key automatically generates from the
Privacy Password, but can be changed if the destination
uses a different Privacy Key generation algorithm. 16 Hex
characters.
Security Level:
No Auth/No Priv - No user authentication or message
encryption
Auth/No Priv - Authenticates by user name, no message
encryption
Auth/Priv - Authenticates by user name and message
encryption
Retries:
Number of times to resend the message if not
acknowledged. Range is 0 to 10
Timeout in Seconds: Time to wait, in seconds, for an acknowledgement before
resending. Range is 1 to 30 seconds
3. To delete a destination, type [d] and press <Enter>. At the prompt, highlight the IP Address
for that Host you want to delete and press <Enter>. The host table appears again with your
changes.
4. To return to the Main Menu, press <Esc>.
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Changing Your Password
Whether you have supervisor, operator, or observer access, you can update your password in
order to maintain system security. You cannot change the password for any other users. To
update your password, follow these steps:
1. At the Main Menu, type [6], "Utilities," and press <Enter>.
2. At the Utilities screen, type [3], "Change Password," and press <Enter>, then follow the
prompts on the screen to enter your current password, then change it and confirm your new
password.
Canoga Perkins Corp.
Ethernet Network Interface Device
04-Dec-2006
Model 9145-5 V96.05 F96
9145 DC_172.16.142.225
07:32:57
-------------------------------CHANGE PASSWORD----------------------------------
Please enter your current password : *****
Please enter your new password : *****
Please enter your new password again : *****
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
3. To return to the Main Menu, press <Esc>.
Managing Logged In Users
At times, you may need to monitor which users are currently logged in to the 9145 and, if
needed, force off specific sessions (requires supervisor access). The Manage Logged In Users
screen shows current users by session number. An asterisk (*) next to the session number
indicates your session. To access the Manage Logged In Users screen, follow these steps:
1. From the Main Menu, type [8], "Manage Logged In Users," and press <Enter>.
2. To force a session off, type the number for that session and press <Enter>.
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Canoga Perkins Corp.
Ethernet Network Interface Device
04-Dec-2006
Model 9145-5 V96.05 F96
9145 DC_172.16.142.225
07:38:38
----------------------------MANAGE LOGGED IN USERS-----------------------------Session
Type
Username
Access
Description
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Console
AT LOGIN MENU
* 1.
Network
admin
Supervisor
Default Account
* = Current Session
ESC to exit or the number of the session to force off:
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
Note: Although a user with any level of access can view this screen, you must have supervisor access to
force off a session.
3. To return to the Main Menu, press <Esc>.
Managing the Network Interface
When configuring ports, it is best to configure options in this order:
1. Set up the physical layer, such as port speeds.
2. Set up the VLAN rules, translation, and priority bits.
3. When all aspects of the link are ready, connect cables and start the network services.
Configuring Ports
Port functions are configured on the Functional Configuration Menu. This screen also displays
data speed and duplex settings for the local 9145 and the remote 9145, L351 or L357. If the
remote device is an L351 or L357, you can configure that device. For details, see the user
manual for the L351 or L357. The Port Information Screen displays general Port status and
menu for access Port Configuration and port Status/Performance functions.
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Canoga Perkins Corp.
Ethernet Network Interface Device
04-Dec-2006
Model 9145-5 V96.05 F96
9145 DC_172.16.142.225
06:55:53
--------------------------------PORT INFORMATION-------------------------------USR/ 9400-330
EXT/ 9400-330
10/100/1000 UTP
10/100/1000 UTP
___________________________________________________________________________
|
_____________________________________________________
|
|
STA CFG
|
___________ |
___________ |
|
|
G
o
| Tx Aut 1G |
| | Tx Aut 1G |
| |
|
|
| o
G
o |
| | o
G
G |
| |
|
|
_______
|
|
UTP
| |
|
UTP
| |
|
|
\:::::/
| o
o
G |
| | o
G
o |
| |
|
|
| Rx FDX 100 |___________| | Rx FDX 100 |___________| |
|
|
|__________________________|__________________________|
|
|___________________________________________________________________________|
1)
2)
3)
4)
Link Status
Port Configuration
Layer 2 Statistics
RMON Group 1 Statistics
Select [1-4]:
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
To configure 9145 ports, follow these steps:
1. From the Main Menu type [3], "Port Information," and press <Enter>. At the Port Information
Menu, type [2], "Port Configuration," and press <Enter>.
Canoga Perkins Corp.
Ethernet Network Interface Device
04-Dec-2006
Model 9145-5 V96.05 F96
9145 DC_172.16.142.225
06:59:22
-------------------------------PORT CONFIGURATION-------------------------------
1)
2)
3)
4)
Hardware Information
Functional Configuration
VLAN Configuration
Port Filters
Select [1-4]:
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
2. At the Port Configuration Menu, type [2], "Functional Configuration," and press <Enter>.
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3. At the Functional Configuration Menu, type the number for an item and press <Enter>.
Pressing <Space> cycles through the options. Press <Tab> to highlight the select Local or
Remote columns. Press <Enter> to select an option.
a. User Port Setting
Sets data rate and duplex option on the User Port. After typing [1] <Enter>, pressing
<Space> cycles through the Data Speed and Duplex options. Options are Interface
Module dependant.
b. Ext Port Setting
Sets data rate and duplex option on the User Port. After typing [1] <Enter>, pressing
<Space> cycles through the Data Speed and Duplex options. Options are Interface
Module dependant.
c. RMTF
Enables or Disables Remote Fault Forwarding (RMTF) when SBMC is enabled.
Enables or Disables Remote Fault Forwarding and Link Loss Echo (RMTF/LLE)
when SBMC disabled. Pressing <Space> cycles through the options. Options are
Disabled, Ext Port Enabled.
d. Link Loss Fwd
Enables or Disables Link Loss Forwarding (LLF). Pressing <Space> cycles through
the options. Options are Disabled, User – Ext, Ext – User, and Both Directions.
e. Flow Control
Enables or Disables flow control on the Remote port. Pressing <Space> cycles
through the options. Options are Disabled, Ext Port Enabled.
f. Maximum Frame Size: Sets maximum allowable Ethernet Frame size the 9145 will
forward. Size range is 1518-10000.
g. Sideband Management
Enables or disables SideBand Management Channel (SMBC) communications with
a remote 9145, L351 or L357. When enabled, pressing <ctrl> L verifications SMBC
connectivity with the remote unit.
h. Remote Configuration
Displays Functional Configuration of SBMC connected remote 9145, L351 or L357.
4. To return to the Main Menu, press <Esc>.
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Check Port and Link Status
The Port Information screen shows the current conditions for the 9145 ports. The Link Status
screen shows current conditions for the link, including SFP power. To access port and link
status, follow these steps:
1. From the Main Menu type [3], "Port Information," and press <Enter>. The Port Information
screen appears.
2. To view status for the link, at the Port Information screen, type [1], "Link Status," and press
<Enter>. The Link Status screen appears.
Canoga Perkins Corp.
Ethernet Network Interface Device
04-Dec-2006
Model 9145-5 V96.05 F96
9145 DC_172.16.142.225
06:56:12
----------------------------------LINK STATUS----------------------------------Local
Remote
L357
User Port
Extension Port
Link Up
Link Up
Link Up
Link Down
SFP Status:
User SFP Rx Power
User SFP Tx Power
Extension SFP Rx Power
Extension SFP Tx Power
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Link Loss From Local Ext Tx To Remote Ext Rx
Link Loss From Remote Ext Tx To Local Ext Rx
N/A
N/A
Press ESC to return to previous screen
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
3. To return to the Main Menu, press <Esc>.
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Configuring VLAN Rules, Priority, and Translation
The VLAN Configuration Menu provide options to configure user traffic VLAN tagging
parameters on User and Extension ports. To configure VLAN tags, translation, and priority,
follow these steps:
1. From the Main Menu type [3], "Port Information," and press <Enter>. At the Port Information
Menu, type [2], "Port Configuration," and press <Enter>. At the Port Configuration Menu,
type [3], "VLAN Configuration and press <Enter>.
Canoga Perkins Corp.
Ethernet Network Interface Device
04-Dec-2006
Model 9145-5 V96.05 F96
9145 DC_172.16.142.225
07:01:04
-------------------------------VLAN CONFIGURATION-------------------------------
1) VLAN Rules
2) VLAN ID Translation Table
3) P-Bit Translation Tables
Select [1-3]:
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
2. To configure VLAN Tagging rules, type [1], "VLAN Rules," and press <Enter>."
Canoga Perkins Corp.
Ethernet Network Interface Device
04-Dec-2006
Model 9145-5 V96.05 F96
9145 DC_172.16.142.225
07:01:20
----------------------------------VLAN RULES-----------------------------------Local
Local
Remote
User Port
Ext Port
Offline
1) Drop Untagged Packets?
No
No
2) Drop Packets with VLAN Tag
not matching VLAN Tag A?
No
No
3) Remove outermost VLAN Tag?
No
No
4) Add VLAN Tag B to Untagged
Packets only?
No
No
5) Add VLAN Tag C to Tagged
Packets only?
No
No
6) Add VLAN Tag C to Tagged
Packets only using P-Bits
of outermost VLAN tag?
No
No
7) Tag A VLAN ID (0 - 4095)
0
0
8) Tag B VLAN ID (0 - 4095)
0
0
Priority (0 - 7)
0
0
9) Tag C VLAN ID (0 - 4095)
0
0
Priority (0 - 7)
0
0
Select [1-9]:
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
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3. At the VLAN Rules Menu, type the number for an item and press <Enter>. Pressing
<Space> cycles through the options for that item, pressing <Enter> selects the option.
Pressing <Tab> moves between User Port and Ext Port columns. When connected to a
remote 9145 and SBMC is enabled, you can configure options on the remote 9145.
a. Drop Untagged Packets?
The 9145 will discard all user traffic that does not have a VLAN Tag. Yes discards
packets, No does not.
b. Drop Packets with VLAN Tag not matching VLAN Tag A?
The 9145 discards all user traffic that does not have a VLAN Tag matching to VLAN
Tag A (menu item 7). Yes discards packets, No does not.
c. Remove outermost VLAN Tag?
Removes the outer-most VLAN Tag. Takes no action on untagged packets. Yes
removes outermost tag, No does not.
d. Add VLAN Tag B to Untagged Packets only?
Adds VLAN Tag B (item 8 below) to all untagged packets. Yes add tags, No does
not.
e. Add VLAN tag C to tagged packets only?
Adds VLAN Tag C (item 9 below) to all untagged packets. Yes add tags, No does
not.
f. Add VLAN Tag C to Tagged Packets only using P-Bits of outermost VLAN tag?
Adds VLAN Tag B (item 8 below) to all untagged packets, using the Priority Bit
setting of the user’s packet (if tagged), overriding the VLAN Tag C’s Priority Bit
setting. Yes add tags with user P-Bit setting, No does not.
g. Tag A VLAN ID (0-4095)
Sets VLAN ID for Tag A. ID setting of 0 – 4095 are valid.
h. Tag B VLAN ID (0-4095)
Sets VLAN ID for Tag B. ID setting of 0 – 4095 are valid.
Priority (0 - 7)
Sets P-Bit of VLAN Tag B. Values of 0-7 are Valid.
i. Tag C VLAN ID (0-4095)
Sets VLAN ID for Tag C. ID setting of 0 – 4095 are valid.
Priority (0 - 7)
Sets P-Bit of VLAN Tag C. Values of 0-7 are Valid.
4. To return to the Main Menu, press <Esc>.
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The 9145 can change VLAN Tag IDs on user packets. This is useful to avoid VLAN ID conflicts
in the network. The 9145 can translate up to 8 VLAN IDs. To Configure VLAN Translations so
outgoing packets receive a new tag based on the previous tag, follow these steps:
1. From the Main Menu type [3], "Port Information," and press <Enter>. At the Port Information
Menu, type [2], "Port Configuration," and press <Enter>. At the Port Configuration Menu,
type [3], "VLAN Configuration and press <Enter>.
2. At the VLAN Configuration Menu, type [2], "VLAN ID Translation Table," and press <Enter>."
Canoga Perkins Corp.
Ethernet Network Interface Device
04-Dec-2006
Model 9145-5 V96.05 F96
9145 DC_172.16.142.225
07:01:53
-----------------------------VLAN ID TRANSLATION TABLE-------------------------Local User Port
In VLAN Out VLAN
------- -------1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
9) Enable VLAN
Translation?
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Local Ext Port
Out VLAN In VLAN
-------- ------0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Remote
Offline
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
No
No
Select [1-9]:
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
3. To add an entry to the Table or change an existing entry, type the entry number (1 to 8). As
you enter VLAN IDs, the cursor will automatically move from one column to the next. If the
9145 will corrected to a remote 9145 and SBMC is enabled, the remote 9145 will also be
configured.
Type the VLAN ID the 9145 will receive from the Local User Port - In VLAN and press
<Enter>.
Type the VLAN ID the 9145 will change the In VLAN ID into and send on the Extension
Port (Local User Port - Out VLAN) press <Enter>.
Type the VLAN ID the 9145 will receive from the Local Ext Port - In VLAN and press
<Enter>.
Type the VLAN ID the 9145 will change the In VLAN ID into and send on the Extension
Port (Local User Port - Out VLAN) press <Enter>.
The above steps will be repeated for the remote 9145 when SBMC is enabled.
4. To enable or disable use of the VLAN Translation Table on the User or Extension ports, type
[9] and press <Enter>; press <Tab> to cycle through the ports.
5. To return to the Main Menu, press <Esc>.
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To configure VLAN Priority Bit (P-Bit) follow these steps:
1. From the Main Menu type [3], "Port Information," and press <Enter>. At the Port Information
Menu, type [2], "Port Configuration," and press <Enter>. At the Port Configuration Menu,
type [3], "VLAN Configuration and press <Enter>.
2. At the VLAN Configuration Menu, type [3], "P-Bit Translation Tables," and press <Enter>.
Canoga Perkins Corp.
Ethernet Network Interface Device
04-Dec-2006
Model 9145-5 V96.05 F96
9145 DC_172.16.142.225
07:02:17
-------------------------------P-BIT TRANSLATION TABLE--------------------------
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
Incoming
Incoming
Incoming
Incoming
Incoming
Incoming
Incoming
Incoming
P-Bit
P-Bit
P-Bit
P-Bit
P-Bit
P-Bit
P-Bit
P-Bit
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
translated
translated
translated
translated
translated
translated
translated
translated
Local
User Port
Local
Ext Port
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
No
No
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
9) P-Bit Translation Enabled?
Remote
Offline
Select [1-9]:
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
3. At the P-Bit Translation Tables, type the number for an incoming P-Bit and press <Enter>,
then type values for P-bits for outgoing packets, and then press <Enter> to confirm.
4. To enable or disable the P-Bit Translation Table, type [9] and press <Enter>. Pressing
<Tab> cycles between Local User and Extension ports and the remote 9145’s ports (when
SBMC is enabled).
5. To return to the Main Menu, press <Esc>.
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Configuring Port Filters
Port Filters enables the 9145 to filter certain management and control Ethernet frames from the
data stream. To configure the 9145 for Filtering, follow these steps:
1. From the Main Menu type [3], "Port Information," and press <Enter>. At the Port Information
Menu, type [2], "Port Configuration," and press <Enter>. At the Port Configuration Menu,
type [4], "Port Filters” and press <Enter>.
Canoga Perkins Corp.
Ethernet Network Interface Device
04-Dec-2006
Model 9145-5 V96.05 F96
9145 DC_172.16.142.225
07:02:43
----------------------------------PORT FILTERS---------------------------------Local
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
PVST+ BPDU Filter
User Port Manager MAC Filter
User Port Test Network Filter
802.3ah OAM PDU Filter
UDLD Filter
Management VLAN Filter
Remote
Offline
Disabled
User Port Enabled
User Port Enabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Select [1-6]:
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
2. At the Port Filters Menu, type the number for an item and press <Enter>. Pressing <Space>
cycles through the options for that item, pressing <Enter> selects the option. Pressing
<Tab> moves between Local and Remote xxxx columns. When connected to a remote
9145 and SBMC is enabled, you can configure options on the remote 9145.
a. PVST + BPDU Filter
The 9145 discards PVST and BPDU frames received on the specified port. Choices
are Disabled, User Port Enabled, Ext Port Enables and Both Ports Enabled
b. User Port Manager MAC Filter
The 9145 blocks Management traffic from being sent to the User Port. Choices are
User Port Enabled (management frames blocked) and Disabled.
c. User Port Test Network Filter
The 9145 blocks Test Traffic from being sent to the User Port. Choices are User
Port Enabled (test frames blocked) and Disabled.
d. 802.3ah OAM PDU Filter
The 9145 blocks 802.3ah OAM PDU frames from being sent to the User Port.
Choices are User Port Enabled and Disabled.
e. UDLD Filter
The 9145 blocks UDLD frames from being sent to the User Port. Choices are User
Port Enabled and Disabled.
f. Management VLAN Filter
The 9145 blocks Management traffic received on the specified port. Choices are
Disabled, User Port Enabled, Ext Port Enables and Both Ports Enabled
3. To return to the Main Menu, press <Esc>.
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View Port Statistics
You can view these groups of statistics for Ethernet Packets sent through the 9145:
•
Layer 2 Statistics
• Link State
• Speed/duplex
• Frames Sent and Rcvd
• Bytes Sent and Rcvd
• Undersize (<64)
• Oversize (>10000)
• Frames > 1518
• Frames > 1522
•
Layer 2 Error Statistics
• Link State
• Frames Sent and Rcvd
• Collisions
• Alignment Errors
• Undersize (<64)
• Oversize (>10000)
• Fragments
• CRC Errors
• Jabber Events
• Dropped
•
Layer 2 Frame Type Statistics
• Link State
• Frames Sent and Rcvd
• Rx and Tx Broadcasts
• Rx and Tx Multicasts
• VLAN Tagged
• Pause Frames
• Rx and Tx Management
•
RMON Group 1 Statistics
• Drop Events
• Octets Rcvd
• Packets Rcvd
• Broadcasts Rcvd
• CRC/Align Errors
• Undersize
• Oversize
• Fragments
• Jabbers
• Collisions
• Packet Sizes 64, 65-127, 128255, 256-511, 512-1023, and
1024-1518
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To display the Layer 2 Statistics, follow these steps:
1. From the Main Menu type [3], "Port Information," and press <Enter>. At the Port Information
Menu, type [3], "Layer 2 Statistics," and press <Enter>. The Layer 2 Statistics Screen
appears.
Canoga Perkins Corp.
Ethernet Network Interface Device
04-Dec-2006
Model 9145-5 V96.05 F96
9145 DC_172.16.142.225
07:03:26
--------------------------LAYER 2 STATISTICS (CURRENT)-------------------------Local
Local
Remote
User Port
Ext Port
Offline
Link State
UP
UP
Speed/Duplex
100M/HALF
1000M/FULL
Frames Sent
Frames Rcvd
Bytes Sent
Bytes Rcvd
Undersize < 64
Oversize > 10000
Frames > 1518
Frames > 1522
367668
3018236
32829996
346053053
0
0
0
0
2890860
220450
337800200
14120070
0
0
0
0
Last Counter Reset: 2 days 13:19:12
Select [(C) Change Counter Frame Size, (E) Error Counters,
(T) Frame Type Counters, (CTRL-T) Raw Counters, (CTRL-R) Reset Counters]:
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
2. The last Frames Counter’s (1522 in the example above) size is configurable. Type [C] and
press <Enter> to configure this counter. Valid Frame size is from 1 to 10000.
3. To display the Error Statistics Screen, type [E]; "Error Counters" and press <Enter>.
Canoga Perkins Corp.
Ethernet Network Interface Device
04-Dec-2006
Model 9145-5 V96.05 F96
9145 DC_172.16.142.225
07:04:10
-----------------------LAYER 2 ERROR STATISTICS (CURRENT)----------------------Local
Local
Remote
User Port
Ext Port
Offline
Link State
UP
UP
Frames Sent
367837
2891621
Frames Rcvd
3019077
220493
Collisions
102
0
Late Collisions
6
0
Alignment Errors
0
0
Undersize < 64
0
0
Oversize > 10000
0
0
Fragments
0
0
CRC Errors
0
0
Jabber Events
0
0
Dropped
0
0
Last Counter Reset: 2 days 13:19:55
Select [(F) Frame Counters, (T) Frame Type Counters,
(CTRL-T) Raw Counters, (CTRL-R) Reset Counters]:
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
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4. To display the Frame Type Statistics Screen, type [T]; "Frame Type Counters" and press
<Enter>.
Canoga Perkins Corp.
Ethernet Network Interface Device
04-Dec-2006
Model 9145-5 V96.05 F96
9145 DC_172.16.142.225
07:04:25
--------------------LAYER 2 FRAME TYPE STATISTICS (CURRENT)--------------------Local
Local
Remote
User Port
Ext Port
Offline
Link State
UP
UP
Frames Sent
367902
2891862
Frames Rcvd
3019350
220508
Rx Broadcasts
2736049
0
Tx Broadcasts
91
2736216
Rx Multicasts
152005
219935
Tx Multicasts
219371
152005
VLAN Tagged
0
0
Pause Frames
0
0
Filtered Frames
0
0
Rx Management
171073
0
Tx Management
147958
167
Last Counter Reset: 2 days 13:20:10
Select [(F) Frame Counters, (E) Error Counters,
(CTRL-T) Raw Counters, (CTRL-R) Reset Counters]:
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
5. To display the Raw Counters Screen, type [R]; "Raw Counters" and press <Enter>.
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--------------------------------LAYER 2 TYPE STATISTICS (RAW)------------------Local
Local
Remote
User Port
Ext Port
Offline
Link State
UP
UP
Frames Sent
369250
2897269
Frames Rcvd
3025451
220854
Rx Broadcasts
2741168
0
Tx Broadcasts
91
2741292
Rx Multicasts
152250
220281
Tx Multicasts
219717
152249
VLAN Tagged
0
0
Pause Frames
0
0
Filtered Frames
0
0
Rx Management
171785
0
Tx Management
148946
167
Last Counter Reset: 2 days 13:25:58
Select [(F) Frame Counters, (E) Error Counters,
(CTRL-T) Current Counters]:
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
6. To reset the counters, press <ctrl> R.
7. When you finish checking the statistics, press <Esc> to return to the Main Menu.
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The RMON Group 1 Statistics report shows statistics for data transfers on the 9145. To view
RMON Group 1 statistics, follow these steps:
1. From the Main Menu type [3], "Port Information," and press <Enter>. At the Port Information
Menu, type [4], "RMON Group 1 Statistics," and press <Enter>. The RMON Group 1
Statistics Screen displays.
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-----------------------RMON GROUP 1 STATISTICS (CURRENT)-----------------------Local
Local
Remote
User Port
Ext Port
Offline
Link State
UP
UP
Speed/Duplex
100M/HALF
1000M/FULL
Packets Rcvd
Octets Rcvd
Broadcasts Rcvd
Multicasts Rcvd
Pkts 64
Pkts 65-127
Pkts 128-255
Pkts 256-511
Pkts 512-1023
Pkts 1024-1518
3026215
347124212
2741810
152273
2375874
109304
45606
495376
51
4
220898
14148742
0
220325
220653
245
0
0
0
0
Last Counter Reset: 2 days 13:26:41
Select [(M) More, (CTRL-T) Raw Counters, (CTRL-R) Reset Counters]:
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
2.
To display additional parameters, press “M”.
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-----------------------RMON GROUP 1 STATISTICS (CURRENT)-----------------------Local
Local
Remote
User Port
Ext Port
Offline
Link State
UP
UP
Speed/Duplex
100M/HALF
1000M/FULL
Packets Rcvd
Octets Rcvd
Drop Events
CRC/Align Errors
Undersize
Oversize
Fragments
Jabbers
Collisions
3026766
347197940
0
0
0
0
0
0
105
220931
14150854
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Last Counter Reset: 2 days 13:27:14
Select [(M) More, (CTRL-T) Raw Counters, (CTRL-R) Reset Counters]:
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
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3. To display the Raw information, press CTRL-T>.
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-------------------------RMON GROUP 1 STATISTICS (RAW)-------------------------Local
Local
Remote
User Port
Ext Port
Offline
Link State
UP
UP
Speed/Duplex
100M/HALF
1000M/FULL
Packets Rcvd
Octets Rcvd
Broadcasts Rcvd
Multicasts Rcvd
Pkts 64
Pkts 65-127
Pkts 128-255
Pkts 256-511
Pkts 512-1023
Pkts 1024-1518
3027182
347257768
2742600
152309
2376564
109331
45618
495614
51
4
220958
14152582
0
220385
220713
245
0
0
0
0
Last Counter Reset: 2 days 13:27:41
Select [(M) More, (CTRL-T) Current Counters]:
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
4. To reset the counters, press <Ctrl-R>.
5. When you finish checking the statistics, press <Esc> to return to the Main Menu.
Displaying the Static and Dynamic ARP Tables
The Static ARP Table lets you manually configure or change specific IP and MAC addresses.
The Dynamic ARP table displays learned IP and MAC addresses and allows deletion of specific
address from the Table. Address are displayed by the 9145 port (User for Extension) that the
Address is received.
To view, set, or remove a static ARP address, follow these steps:
1. From the Utilities Menu, type [7], "Static ARP Table," and press <Enter>.
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------------------------------------STATIC ARP TABLE---------------------------IP Address
----------
MAC Address
-----------
Port
----
Add or Delete an entry (1=Add, 2=Delete from table):
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
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2. At the prompt, type [1] to add a port, or type [2] to delete a port. Enter the IP Address
(xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx), MAC Address (xx.xx.xx.xx.) and the Port (press <space> to select User or
Ext).
3. To return to the Main Menu, press <Esc>.
To display the dynamic ARP Table, follow these steps:
1. From the Utilities Menu, type [8], "Dynamic ARP Table," and press <Enter>.
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------------------------------------DYNAMIC ARP TABLE--------------------------IP Address
---------172.16.14.204
172.16.1.10
172.16.240.4
MAC Address
----------00-16-76-13-4A-88
00-07-E9-20-03-48
00-07-E9-20-03-48
Port
---User
User
User
IP Address
----------
MAC Address
-----------
Port
----
Select [(F)irst, (N)ext, (P)rev, (L)ast, (D)elete]:
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
2. <F>irst, <N>ext, <P>rev and <L>ast displays various pages of the table when the number of
entries exceed 1 or more screen. To Delete an entry in the Table, page until the address
appears on the screen, they type [D] and press <enter>. The first entry on the screen will be
highlighted. Press <space> until the address to delete is highlighted and press <enter>.
3. To return to the Main Menu, press <Esc>.
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Chapter 4
Maintenance and Troubleshooting
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.
Caution:
To avoid damage and signal loss, do not over-tighten or force-fit optical
connectors.
1. To clean the ferrules and end-face surfaces of male fiber couplings, use a lint-free
pad saturated with isopropyl alcohol.
2. To clean the female fiber connectors, use canned air.
3. To prevent damage and contamination, place protective dust caps on all unused
optical connectors.
Plan to use a cable management system to ensure trouble-free operation and maintenance
tasks.
1. Position and secure the fiber optic cables to prevent excessive bends and damage.
Follow the guidelines for the bend radius for specific fiber cables.
2. Note: If no minimum bend radius is specified, the typical long-term, low-stress
radius is greater than 15 times the cable diameter (based on Federal Standard FS1037C).
3. Always connect the fiber optic cables in the standard Tx to Rx and Rx to Tx scheme.
4. Label each 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 9145 is shipped with a document that lists the output power for each
laser transmitter. To determine link attenuation, use either the 9145 Tx source or a handheld 1310/1550 nm laser source, a fiber optic test jumper cable (with known loss), and an
optical power meter.
Note: For accurate results, warm up each unit for at least 30 minutes before checking
power levels.
The transmission laser in the 9145 turns on automatically when it is powered up.
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Measuring Transmitter Output Power
To measure the output power, follow these steps:
1. Clean the connectors on the fiber optic test cable then plug it in to the Tx connector on
the 9145.
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 9145. 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.
7. After calculating the link attenuation, subtract that value from the 9145 Tx output value to
determine the power expected at the remote cable end, which is the input power at the
remote receiver.
Measuring Receiver Input Power
If you know the link attenuation, skip this section. Otherwise, follow these steps to use the
9145 to measure the link attenuation.
1. At the local site, connect the fiber link cable to Tx on the 9145.
2. At the remote site, set the optical power meter to the proper wavelength and connect it
to the fiber link cable.
3. Record the optical power level and compare it with the sensitivity level listed on the data
sheet for the optical receiver. This power level must be within the sensitivity range listed
on the data sheet for the optical receiver.
4. Subtract the remote receive power level from the transmitter output power at the local
site. The result provides the link loss, in dB.
Note: If you cannot determine the Rx sensitivity, contact Canoga Perkins Technical
Support Department for assistance.
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9145 Network Interface Device
Measuring Fiber Link Attenuation
Determine and record link attenuation before starting normal link traffic. Link attenuation
identifies potential problems with links that are on the threshold of receiver sensitivity.
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 9145 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 9145s.
Use a power meter calibrated for the laser source, then factor in approximately 1 dB for the
connector loss from the patch cables between the 9145 and the local device. (Each fiber
connection can generate 0.5 dB of additional loss.)
Note: Consider this measurement when extending the link at CWDM wavelengths because
the shorter wavelengths have a greater loss.
To measure attenuation:
1. Connect the transmit fiber to the local and remote 9145s/optical device.
Caution:
To avoid damage and signal loss, do not over-tighten or force-fit optical
connectors.
2. With a properly calibrated optical power meter, measure the optical power on the fiber
that will be connected to the Rx connector at one site. Record this reading.
Note: Use either a hand-held power meter or other similar measuring device.
3. Repeat this process at the other site.
Troubleshooting
This section describes fault conditions and corrective action. The multifunction LEDs and
the alarms display all failures.
Whenever there is a significant signal loss, first check the fiber path and the minimum bend
radius for 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.
The front panel LEDs show both normal and fault conditions. Additional information about
fault conditions appears in the System Alarms and System Status & Configuration screens.
To aid troubleshooting, Table 1 in Chapter 3 lists the front panel LED functions and
indications.
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Use the System Alarms Screen to view alarms and faults on the 9145 and its remote
partner. To view alarm status, follow these steps:
1. From the Main Menu, type [4], "System Alarms," and press <Enter>. The System
Alarms Screen appears.
2. When you finish checking the Alarm status, press <Esc> to return to the Main Menu.
New Installation
On new installations, make sure that all steps in Chapter 2 are complete, and then follow
these steps:
1. Check that the STA LED is green.
2. Check that the fiber type (multimode or single mode) matches the 9145 Optical
Interface. A listing of the 9145’s Interface modules and their media types (UTP, Single
Mode, Multimode) is in Chapter 5.
3. Make these checks:
a. All fiber cabling is of the same type; do not mix multimode and single mode
cables.
b. The fiber optic cable is within the specifications and loss budget of the optic
interface module.
c. The line length between the 9145 and the remote link does not exceed the
allowable loss budget or overdrive limit.
d. All host modules in the link are turned on.
e. All fiber cables are connected Tx to Rx and Rx to Tx.
Fiber Optics Problems
If the System Alarms Screen shows that an Extension Port link is down, inspect and clean
the cables and connectors and replace any damaged fiber. Retest modules after cleaning.
Configuration Problems
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. Then restart your configuration process. To reset the 9145’s
configuration to default, follow these steps:
1. At the Main Menu, type [6], "Utilities," and press <Enter>.`
2. At the Utilities Menu, type [2], "Reset Configuration To Default," and press <Enter>
follow the prompts on the screen.
3. To return to the Main Menu, press <Esc>.
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9145 Network Interface Device
Running Diagnostics
When you set up a new connection, you can verify the link connectivity using PING prior to
sending data. Latency and Jitter Test verifies quality of the link.
Latency and Jitter Testing
Latency/Jitter Testing measures and reports performance and quality of the link between
9145s. Results reported include the numbers of packets that completed a round trip or were
lost and the minimums, average, and maximums for latency and jitter. To initiate Latency
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------------------------------------LATENCY/JITTER TEST------------------------Test IP Addr/VLAN 0.0.0.0/0
Test Duration
00:00
Minimum Latency (ms) 0.000000
Average Latency (ms) 0.000000
Maximum Latency (ms) 0.000000
Round Trip Packets
Dropped Packets
Minimum Jitter (ms)
Average Jitter (ms)
Maximum Jitter (ms)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5) DF Bit
Clear
(6) DSCP Precedence Best Effort
Drop Probability Not Used
(7) Test Packet Priority (0-7) 0
To IP Addr
0.0.0.0
From IP Addr Auto Selection
Test VLAN
0
Test Packets per sec 1
0
0
0.000000
0.000000
0.000000
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(13)
Test Duration min:sec (0=forever) 0
Min Test Payload Size (40 - 1954) 40
Max Test Payload Size (40 - 1954) 40
Test Packet Timeout sec (1 - 10)
3
Start/Stop Test
Remote Latency Test
Select [1-13]:
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
and Jitter Testing, follow these steps:
1. From the Diagnostics Menu, type [2], "Latency/Jitter Test," and press <Enter>. The
Latency/Jitter Test screen appears.
2. Type the number for parameter you want to change. Type the value to set, and press
<Enter>. Test IP Address/VLAN: Where the 9145 sends the packets
a. To IP Addr
Sets remote 9145’s IP address
b. From IP Addr
Sets if the local 9145’s Management or Alternate IP is to be used. Mgmt,
Alternate or Automatic
c. Test VLAN
VLAN Tag number of the VLAN to test
d. Test Packets per sec
The number of test packets to send each second
e. DF Bit
Sets if the network can fragment Test Packets. Set allows fragmentation,
Clear does not allow fragmentation
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f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
k.
l.
m.
DSCP Precedent
Sets IP Packet priority. Options are: Best Effort, Class 1, Class 2, Class
3, Class 4, Internet Control, Network Control, Not Used. Pressing
<space> cycles through the options. Press <enter> to select option.
Drop Probability
Sets IP packet Discard Priority. Options are Low, Medium, High, not
used
Test Packet Priority
Sets VLAN frame priority. 0 to 7
Test Duration min:sec
Test duration in minutes and seconds, 0 for a continuous test
Min Test Packet Size
Sets minimum packet size. 40 to 1472 bytes
Max Test Packet Size
Sets maximum packet size. Must be equal to or greater than the
Minimum Packet Size. The 9145 increments packet size from the
minimum to the maximum when the next packet is sent during a test.
When the maximum size has been sent, the size is reset to the minimum
size and the incrementing continues. Maximum packet size is from 40 to
1472 bytes.
Test Packet Timeout
How long to wait for a test packet to return
Start/Stop Test
Starts the test or stops the test prior to automatic completion or when in
Continuous (Duration setting of 0).
Remote Latency Test
Initiates and configures Latency and Jitter testing on a Remote 9145
when SBMC is enables.
3. When the Latency/Jitter test is finish running, press <Esc> to return to the Diagnostics
Menu.
PING Testing
To verify network connectivity with another IP device such as another 9145, an Ethernet
Switch, or a user host, you can use the 9145 to send a PING to the IP address for that
device. Use the PING Generation Screen to send the PING to set up and send a PING,
follow these steps:
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1. From the Diagnostics Menu, type [3], "PING Generation," and press <Enter>
OR From the Utilities Menu, type [6], "PING Generation," and press <Enter>
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-------------------------------PING GENERATION---------------------------------1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
Ping to Address
:
Ping from Address
:
Ping Count
:
Ping VLAN ID
:
Ping Payload Size (40 - 1954) :
Ping DF Bit
:
Start Pinging
0.0.0.0
Auto Selection
0
0
40
Clear
Select [1-7]:
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
2. Configure the 9145 PING test from the PING Menu.
a. Ping to Address
Destination IP Address
b. Ping from Address
IP address of Local 9145. Selections are Management, Alternate, Auto
Selection
c. Ping Count
Number of PING Packet to send. 0 send a continuous test (press <esc> to
terminate test)
d. Ping VLAN ID
VLAN Tag ID for PING Packets
e. Ping Payload Size <40 – 1954>
Length, in bytes, of the Ping packet payload. 40 to 1954 bytes.
f. Ping DF Bit
Sets if the network can fragment the Ping Packet. Set allows fragmentation,
Clear does not.
3. To start the PING test, type [7]. The 9145 waits the send the next ping until after the
current PING is received or times out. The 9145 display results for each ping which
includes the destination IP address, Sequence Number, round trip time (in milliseconds)
and the Time to Live (TTL).
A good connection appears similar to this with all requests returned:
Pinging 216.109.112.135 with 64 bytes.
Reply from 216.109.112.135 Seq #0 time = 63.496 ms TTL=47
...
Reply from 216.109.112.135 Seq #5 time = 63.120 ms TTL=48
6 packets transmitted, 6 packets received, %0.000 packet loss
round-trip min/avg/max = 63.120/65.862/75.810 ms
Press any key to continue.
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A faulty connection can appear similar to this with one or more requests timed out:
Reply from 216.109.112.135 Seq #4 time <70 ms TTL=47
Request timed out
Request timed out
Reply from 216.109.112.135 Seq #12 time <70 ms TTL=47
Reply from 216.109.112.135 Seq #13 time <70 ms TTL=48
14 packets transmitted, 10 packets received, %28.571 packet loss
round-trip min/avg/max < 70.000/71.000/80.000 ms
Press any key to continue.
4. To terminate the PING test, press <Esc>.
Loopback Diagnostics
Use Loopbacks to diagnose a fault on the optical link. The 9145 supports four loopback
modes that you can set at the local site for both the Local and Remote 9145s. These
modes loop the data through either the physical layer (PHY) on the User side or the FPGA
when looping to the remote user link, or the FPGA when looping to the local user link.
•
Local-Local Mode
Local-Local Mode loops data received on the local User Port Rx through the FPGA to
the User Port Tx. Data is not sent out the Extension Port Tx and incoming data on the
Extension Port Rx is ignored. See Figure Error! Reference source not found.. To set
this mode, set the Loopback State for the Local Module to Local.
Figure 22 - Local-Local Loopback Mode
•
4-8
Local-Remote Mode
Local-Remote Mode loops data received on the Extension Port Rx through the User side
PHY to the Extension Port Tx. Data is not sent out the remote User Port Tx and
incoming data on the remote User Port Rx is ignored. See Figure Error! Reference
source not found.. To set this mode, set the Loopback State for the Local Module to
Remote.
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Figure 23 - Local-Remote Loopback Mode
•
•
Remote-Local Mode
Remote-Local Mode loops data received on the User Port Rx through the FPGA to the
User Port Tx. Data is not sent out the remote Extension Port Tx and incoming data on
the remote Extension Port Rx is ignored. See Figure Error! Reference source not
found.. To set this mode, set the Loopback State for the Remote module to Local.
Figure 24 - Remote-Local Loopback Mode
Remote-Remote Mode
Remote-Remote Mode loops data received on the Extension Port Rx through the Local
User PHY to the Extension Port Tx. Data is not sent out the local User Port Tx and
incoming data on the local User Port Rx is ignored. See Figure Error! Reference
source not found.. To set this mode, set the Loopback State for the Remote module to
Remote.
Figure 25 - Remote-Remote Loopback Mode
For loopbacks, the 9145 uses a unique MAC address, the Loop Test MAC Address, which is
displayed on the Loopback Setup Screen. For details about using the software and
accessing the Loopback Setup Screen, see Chapter 4. When in loopback mode, the 9145
filters the incoming packets to identify test packets identified by the MAC address.
The 9145 is configurable to swap the origination and destination MAC Addresses and to
Recalculate the looped frame’s CRC. Test packets are returned to the source according to
the selected options.
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Use the Loopback Setup Menu to display current loopback status, initiate loopbacks, and
configure Address Swapping and CRC Recalculation options. To run a loopback test, follow
these steps:
1. At the Diagnostics Menu, type [1], "Loopback Setup," and press <Enter>. The Loopback
Setup Menu appears. When the 9145 is connected to a remote 9145 and SBMC is
enabled, the remote 9145’s loopback functions are controlled from the local 9145.
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------------------------------------LOOPBACK SETUP-----------------------------Local
Remote L357
Loop Test MAC Address:
00 40 2A 80 87 3A
00 40 2A 81 24 69
1) Loopback State
Disabled
Disabled
2) Swap MAC Address
at Loopback Point?
Yes
Yes
3) Recalculate CRC
at Loopback Point?
Yes
Yes
4) Loopback Option Control
Software
Select [1-4]:
------------------------------------Messages------------------------------------
2. Type the number for the loopback you want to set, press <Tab> to highlight the
Remote column if needed, pressing <Space> cycles through the options, then press
<Enter>.
a. Loopback State
Sets Loopback Test to Disabled (off), Local, Remote, or Clear All Loopbacks
b. Swap MAC Address at Loopback Point?
Sets if the origination and destination MAC addresses are to be swapped. Yes
swaps the addresses, No does not.
c. Recalculate CRC at Loopback Point?
Sets if the 9145 is to recalculate the CRC when MAC addresses are swapped.
Yes recalculates the CRC, No does not.
3. When you finish running Loopback, press <Esc> to return to the Diagnostics screen.
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Chapter 5
Specifications
9145 Specifications
Standards:
IEEE 802.3
Dimensions:
1.72" H x 12" W x 11.75" D (44 x 341 x 298 mm)
Weight:
5.5 lb (2.5 Kg)
Operating Temperature:
0° to 50° C
Operating Humidity:
Up to 90% (non-condensing)
Power:
100 VAC to 240 VAC (auto-ranging), ~0.15 A, 50 to 60 Hz
-36 VDC to -72 VDC, 0.6A
Regulatory Compliance
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
ETL, cETL & LVD (UL 60950 CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 60950, EN/IEC 60950)
EMC Directive (EN55022 Class A, EN 55024, EN 61000-3-2/-3-3)
CE Mark
FCC Part 15B Class A (U.S.)/ICES-003 (CAN)
VCCI Class A (Japan)
C-Tick (AS/NZS 3548 - Australia)
CDRH CFR21/IEC 60825-1 (Laser Safety)
NEBS Level 3 Certified & Tested
EIA RS-232 Port
The RS-232 presents a DCE Interface for terminal support.
Table 4 – EIA-232 Pinout
Pin
Number
Signal
Name
I/O
1
DCD
Output – Held High
2
RXD
Output
3
TXD
Input
4
DTR
No Connection
5
Signal GND
6
DSR
Output – Held High
7
CTS
Input
8
RTS
Output
9
RI
Not Used, connected to GND
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9145 Models and Interface Modules
Table 5 – 9145 Models
Model
Description
9145-4
2 Port NID Base Unit w/AC Power
9145-5
2 Port NID Base Unit w/DC Power
Transmit Power
Receive
Sensitivity
Overdrive
10/100/1000 Mbps UTP Interface
9400-330 10/100/1000 BaseTx UTP
10 Mbps Optical Interfaces
9400-431 10BaseFL 850 nm MM 15 dB ST
-15.0, ±1.0 dBm
-33.5 dBm
≥ -14 dBm
9400-631 10BaseXD 1310 nm SM Laser 20 dB ST
Lo: -15.0, ±2.0 dBm
Hi: -8.0, ±2.0 dBm
-34 dBm
≥ -8 dBm
9400-634 10BaseSD 1310 nm SM Laser 10 dB ST
-15.0, ±2.0 dBm
-34 dBm
≥ -8 dBm
9400-637 10BaseLD 1310 nm SM Laser 25 dB ST
Lo: -15.0, ±1.0 dBm
Hi: -2.0, ±2.0 dBm
-34 dBm
≥ -8 dBm
9400-737 10BaseEX 1550 nm SM Laser 26 dB ST
Lo: -15.0, ±2.0 dBm
Hi: -5.0, ±3.0 dBm
-34 dBm
≥ -8 dBm
9400-442 100BaseMX 1310 nm MM 11 dB SC
-20.0 to -14.0 dBm
-31 dBm
-14 dBm
9400-642 100BaseSD 1310 nm SM 10 dB SC
-20.0 to -8.0 dBm
-31 dBm
-3 dBm
9400-648 100BaseLD 1310 nm SM 26 dB SC
-5.0 to 0.0 dBm
-31 dBm
-3 dBm
9400-748 100BaseEX 1550 nm SM 26 dB SC
-2.0 to -2.0 dBm
-31 dBm
-3 dBm
9400-170 100 Mbps 1470 nm SM 22 dB SC
-3.0 to +2.0 dBm
-26 dBm
-3 dBm
9400-171 100 Mbps 1490 nm SM 22 dB SC
-3.0 to +2.0 dBm
-26 dBm
-3 dBm
9400-172 100 Mbps 1510 nm SM 22 dB SC
-3.0 to +2.0 dBm
-26 dBm
-3 dBm
9400-173 100 Mbps 1530 nm SM 22 dB SC
-3.0 to +2.0 dBm
-26 dBm
-3 dBm
9400-174 100 Mbps 1550 nm SM 22 dB SC
-3.0 to +2.0 dBm
-26 dBm
-3 dBm
9400-175 100 Mbps 1570 nm SM 22 dB SC
-3.0 to +2.0 dBm
-26 dBm
-3 dBm
9400-176 100 Mbps 1590 nm SM 22 dB SC
-3.0 to +2.0 dBm
-26 dBm
-3 dBm
9400-177 100 Mbps 1610 nm SM 22 dB SC
-3.0 to +2.0 dBm
-26 dBm
-3 dBm
100 Mbps Optical Interfaces
100 Mbps CWDM Optical Interfaces
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Note: All 100 Mbps CWDM wavelength tolerances: +4 to -3.5 nm
100 Mbps BIDI Interfaces
9400-154 Single Fiber SC 100 Mbps 1310 nm SM
20 Km
-15.0 to -7.0 dBm
-31 dBm
-3 dBm
9400-164 Single Fiber SC 100 Mbps 1550 nm SM
20 Km
-15.0 to -7.0 dBm
-31 dBm
-3 dBm
9400-184 Single Fiber SC 100 Mbps 1310 nm SM
40 Km
-8.0 to 0.0 dBm
-31 dBm
-3 dBm
9400-194 Single Fiber SC 100 Mbps 1550 nm SM
40 Km
-8.0 to 0.0 dBm
-31 dBm
-3 dBm
9400-627 1000BaseSX 850 nm MM 6 dB SC
-10.0 to -4.0 dBm
-17 dBm
-3 dBm
9400-528 1000BaseLX 1310 nm SM 7 dB SC
-11.0 to -3.0 dBm
-20 dBm
-3 dBm
9400-529 1000BaseLD 1310 nm SM 14 dB SC
-5.0 to 0.0 dBm
-20 dBm
-3 dBm
9400-628 1000BaseXD 1310 nm SM 21 dB SC
0.0 to +2.0 dBm
-21 dBm
-3 dBm
9400-728 1000BaseEX 1550 nm SM 21 dB SC
-2.0 to +1.0 dBm
-23 dBm
-3 dBm
9400-928 1000BaseEX 1550 nm SM 23 dB SC
0.0 to +2.0 dBm
-23 dBm
-3 dBm
9400-270 1000 Mbps 1470 nm SM 22 dB SC
-3.0 to +2.0 dBm
-23 dBm
-3 dBm
9400-271 1000 Mbps 1490 nm SM 22 dB SC
-3.0 to +2.0 dBm
-23 dBm
-3 dBm
9400-272 1000 Mbps 1510 nm SM 22 dB SC
-3.0 to +2.0 dBm
-23 dBm
-3 dBm
9400-273 1000 Mbps 1530 nm SM 22 dB SC
-3.0 to +2.0 dBm
-23 dBm
-3 dBm
9400-274 1000 Mbps 1550 nm SM 22 dB SC
-3.0 to +2.0 dBm
-23 dBm
-3 dBm
9400-275 1000 Mbps 1570 nm SM 22 dB SC
-3.0 to +2.0 dBm
-23 dBm
-3 dBm
9400-276 1000 Mbps 1590 nm SM 22 dB SC
-3.0 to +2.0 dBm
-23 dBm
-3 dBm
9400-277 1000 Mbps 1610 nm SM 22 dB SC
-3.0 to +2.0 dBm
-23 dBm
-3 dBm
1000 Mbps Optical Interfaces
1000 Mbps CWDM Optical Interfaces
Note: All 1000 Mbps CWDM wavelength tolerances: +4 to -3.5 nm
1000 Mbps BIDI Interfaces
9400-254
Single Fiber SC 1000Mbps 1310nm SM 20Km -8.0 to -3.0 dBm
-21 dBm
-3 dBm
9400-264
Single Fiber SC 1000Mbps 1550nm SM 20Km -8.0 to -3.0 dBm
-21 dBm
-3 dBm
9400-284
Single Fiber SC 1000Mbps 1310nm SM 40Km -3.0 to +2.0 dBm
-23 dBm
-3 dBm
9400-294
Single Fiber SC 1000Mbps 1550nm SM 40Km -3.0 to +2.0 dBm
-23 dBm
-3 dBm
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Appendix A
Warranty
Limited Lifetime Warranty
Effective March 1, 2007 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 is two (2) years; fans and optics
are warranted for five (5) years. Consumables such as filters are covered for one year. Software is
warranted for 90 days. The warranty period for Hardened Media Converter (HS) products is 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. Products are warranted based on technology and expected applications
existing at the time of initial release and may not be compatible with later, newer technologies and/or
applications not envisioned at the time of release. 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 of 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
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
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.
Return the 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.
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."
OUT OF BOX FAILURE
An Out of Box Failure is classified as any unit which, when deployed in customer’s network, will not
turn ON when power is applied, and on initial installation any unit that is not functioning to
manufacturer specifications. Canoga Perkins will expedite repair within 5 business days.
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Appendix B
Acronym and Abbreviation List
DF
Do Not Fragment
FPGA
Field Programmable Gate Array
LLF
Link Loss Forwarding
LNK
Link
Mbps
Megabits per second
MDM
Modem
MMF
Multimode Fiber
NID
Network Interface Device
NPA
Network Performance Assurance
OAM
Operations And Maintenance
OADPDU OAM Protocol Data Unit
PHY
Physical Layer
RMTF
Remote Fault
Rx
Receive signal
SBMC
SideBand Management Channel
SM
Single Mode
SMF
Single Mode Fiber
SNMP
Simple Network Management Protocol
SNTP
Simple Network Time Protocol
TFTP
Trivial File Transfer Protocol
TRM
Terminal
Tx
Transmit signal
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Appendix C
Configuration File Format and Fields
### WARNING - DO NOT MODIFY THIS HEADER ###
CfgFileBuiltWithFirmware = V05.00
CfgFileBuildDateAndTime = 02-MAR-2006 22:22:23
CfgFileUserComments =Canoga Perkins, Chatsworth, CA site.
############################################
## The following must be modified to = "Yes" if the specified items
## are to be configured, otherwise the config items will be ignored.
ConfigureIPAddress = No
ConfigureSBMC = No
ConfigureInterface = No
############################################
SystemName = Master NID
SystemLocation = 20600 Prairie St.
SystemContact = NOC
IPAddress = 172.16.85.44
SubnetMask = 255.255.0.0
DefaultGateway = 172.16.1.1
SlipIPAddress = 0.0.0.0
BootpEnabled = Disable
ReadCommunity = public
WriteCommunity = public
SNMPAuthTraps = Flag Error 2
[-HostEntry-]
## ----- <1>
HostEntry [
HostAddress = 0.0.0.0
HostAccessLevel = Enable
HostTrapCommunity =
HostTrapPort = 162
HostTelnetSNMP = 3
HostEntry ]
TFTPHostAddress = 172.16.85.100
TelnetTimeout = 0
TelnetSecEnable = Disable
[-StaticARPTable-]
## ----- <1>
StaticARPTable [
StaticArpIPAddress = 0.0.0.0
StaticArpPort = Unknown 0
StaticArpMacAddress = 00-00-00-00-00-00
StaticARPTable ]
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Owner1 =
Owner2 =
TestIPAddress = 0.0.0.0
TestSubnetMask = 255.255.255.0
AuxiliaryIPAddress = 192.168.100.10
AuxiliarySubnetMask = 255.255.255.0
ModemPassword =
ModemSpeed = 192
ModemString =
RmtfFlag = Disable
LlfFlag = Disable
FlowControlFlag = Disable
UserPort = 1000M/Full
ExtPort = 100M/Full
MACAddressSwap = Enable
CRCRecalculate = Enable
sbmcFlag = Enable
MgmtVlanState = Disable
MgmtPort = Disable
MgmtVlanNumber = 1
UserVlanRule = No
UserVlanRule(1) = No
UserVlanRule(2) = No
UserVlanRule(3) = No
UserVlanRule(4) = No
UserVlanRule(5) = No
UserVlanRule(6) = No
UserVlanRule(7) = No
UserVlanTag = 0
UserVlanTag(1) = 0
UserVlanTag(2) = 0
UserPbitRule = 0
UserPbitRule(1) = 1
UserPbitRule(2) = 2
UserPbitRule(3) = 3
UserPbitRule(4) = 4
UserPbitRule(5) = 5
UserPbitRule(6) = 6
UserPbitRule(7) = 7
ExtVlanRule = No
ExtVlanRule(1) = No
ExtVlanRule(2) = No
ExtVlanRule(3) = No
ExtVlanRule(4) = No
ExtVlanRule(5) = No
ExtVlanRule(6) = No
ExtVlanRule(7) = No
ExtVlanTag = 0
ExtVlanTag(1) = 0
ExtVlanTag(2) = 0
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ExtPbitRule = Disable
ExtPbitRule(1) = Enable
ExtPbitRule(2) = Flag Error 2
ExtPbitRule(3) = Flag Error 3
ExtPbitRule(4) = Flag Error 4
ExtPbitRule(5) = Flag Error 5
ExtPbitRule(6) = Flag Error 6
ExtPbitRule(7) = Flag Error 7
FramesOverX = 1522
UserVlanTagIn = 0
UserVlanTagIn(1) = 0
UserVlanTagIn(2) = 0
UserVlanTagIn(3) = 0
UserVlanTagIn(4) = 0
UserVlanTagIn(5) = 0
UserVlanTagIn(6) = 0
UserVlanTagIn(7) = 0
UserVlanTagOut = 0
UserVlanTagOut(1) = 0
UserVlanTagOut(2) = 0
UserVlanTagOut(3) = 0
UserVlanTagOut(4) = 0
UserVlanTagOut(5) = 0
UserVlanTagOut(6) = 0
UserVlanTagOut(7) = 0
ExtVlanTagIn = 0
ExtVlanTagIn(1) = 0
ExtVlanTagIn(2) = 0
ExtVlanTagIn(3) = 0
ExtVlanTagIn(4) = 0
ExtVlanTagIn(5) = 0
ExtVlanTagIn(6) = 0
ExtVlanTagIn(7) = 0
ExtVlanTagOut = 0
ExtVlanTagOut(1) = 0
ExtVlanTagOut(2) = 0
ExtVlanTagOut(3) = 0
ExtVlanTagOut(4) = 0
ExtVlanTagOut(5) = 0
ExtVlanTagOut(6) = 0
ExtVlanTagOut(7) = 0
PvstFilterFlag = Disabled
MasterSlaveFlag = Disable
AuxVlanState = Disable
AuxPort = Disable
AuxVlanNumber = 0
MaxFrameSize = 10000
MacFilterFlag = Enable
TestNetworkFilterFlag = Enable
OAMBPDUsFilterFlag = Enable
UDLDFilterFlag = Enable
MgmtVLANFilterFlag = Both Ports Enabled
EnabelAllTraps = Enable
ExtPortLinkTraps = Flag Error 2
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RmtfTraps = Flag Error 2
LlfTraps = Flag Error 2
RemUserPortLinkTraps = Flag Error 2
LocUserPortLinkTraps = Flag Error 2
ConfigurationTraps = Flag Error 2
PowerSupplyTraps = Flag Error 2
ColdStartTraps = Flag Error 2
SbmcTraps = Flag Error 2
DiagnosticsTraps = Flag Error 2
SfpTraps = Flag Error 2
AuthenticationTraps = Flag Error 2
SecMinimumPasswordLength = 0
SecMinimumAlphaLength = 0
SecMinimumNumericLength = 0
SecMinimumPunctLength = 0
SecMaxConsecutiveOfType = 0
SecMaxSameChars = 0
SecUserNameInPassword = 1
SecPasswordExpirationTime = 0
SecPasswordReuseCount = 0
SecLockoutAfterAttempts = 0
SecLockoutType = Hard
SecLockoutTime = 0
SecDisplayLockoutMsg = 0
SecLockoutMsg = Account has been locked out
SecLockoutCraftPort = 0
SecInactivityLogoutTime = 0
[-UserAccounts-]
## ----- <1>
UserAccounts [
AccountUserName = admin
AccountPassword = F6FDFFE48C908DEB0F4C3BD36C032E72
AccountAccessLevel = Supervisor
AccountDescription = Upgrade Account
AccountState = 2
AccountPasswordExpires = 0
AccountPasswordExpiresTime = 0
AccountLockoutUser = 0
AccountLogoutUser = 0
AccountLockedState = 0
AccountLockoutTime = 0
AccountAccessFrom = 3
AccountSnmpv3AuthenProto = None
AccountSnmpv3AuthenKey =
000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
AccountSnmpv3PrivProt = 0
AccountSnmpv3Privkey = 00000000000000000000000000000000
AccountSyslogFilter = 0
AccountSyslogFilterBeginTime = 0
AccountSyslogFilterEndTime = 0
AccountOamlogFilter = 0
UserAccounts ]
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SystemInfoName = Master NID
SystemInfoContact = NOC
SystemInfoLocation = 20600 Prairie St.
SystemInfoCustomer = Canoga Perkins5
SystemInfoInfo1 = 9145-4
SystemInfoInfo2 =
SystemInfoCircuit1 =
SystemInfoCircuit2 =
SystemInfoServiceCode =
SystemInfoDateInService =
SystemInfoDateOutService =
SystemInfoEquipmentType =
SystemInfoEquipmentCode =
SystemInfoVendor =
SystemInfoCLEI =
SystemInfoMfgDate =
[-HostTable-]
## ----- <1>
HostTable [
HostTableIpMask = 172.16.2.93 /32
HostTableTelnetAccess = Telnet and SSH
HostTableSnmAccess = Write
HostTableSnmpProtocols = 2
HostTableSnmpReadCommunity = public
HostTableSnmpWriteCommunity = private
HostTableSnmpAccessLevel = 4
HostTableFtpAccess = 1
HostTable ]
[-TrapTables-]
## ----- <1>
TrapTables [
TrapTableKey = 172.16.85.100 163 V1-Trap
TrapTableSecurityName = public
TrapTableEngineId = 0C00000397010000402A00A941
TrapTableAuthenProto = 0
TrapTableAuthenKey =
000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
TrapTablePrivProto = 0
TrapTableSecurityLevel = 0
TrapTableRetries = 3
TrapTableTimeout = 5
TrapTablePrivKey = 00000000000000000000000000000000
TrapTables ]
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[-OAM-]
## ----- <1>
OAM [
OAMAdmin = Disable
OAMMode = Passive
OAMSymbolPeriodWindow = 0
OAMSymbolPeriodThreshold = 0
OAMSymbolPeriodNotify = Enable
OAMFrameWindow = 10
OAMFrameThreshold = Enable
OAMFrameNotify = Enable
OAMFramePeriodWindow = 1488095
OAMFramePeriodThreshold = 1
OAMFramePeriodNotify = Enable
OAMFrameSecondsWindow = 600
OAMFrameSecondsThreshold = 1
OAMFrameSecondsNotify = Enable
OAMDyingGaspNotify = Enable
OAMCriticalEvent = Enable
OAMProcessRxLoopbackOAMPDU = Yes
OAMTransmitEventNotificationCount = 1
OAMProcessRxLinkFaultFlag = Yes
OAMFwdCriticalEvent = No
OAMEventLogFrequency = 600
OAM ]
## ----- <2>
OAM [
OAMAdmin = Enable
OAMMode = Active
OAMSymbolPeriodWindow = 0
OAMSymbolPeriodThreshold = 0
OAMSymbolPeriodNotify = Enable
OAMFrameWindow = 10
OAMFrameThreshold = Enable
OAMFrameNotify = Enable
OAMFramePeriodWindow = 1488095
OAMFramePeriodThreshold = 0
OAMFramePeriodNotify = Enable
OAMFrameSecondsWindow = 600
OAMFrameSecondsThreshold = 1
OAMFrameSecondsNotify = Enable
OAMDyingGaspNotify = Enable
OAMCriticalEvent = Enable
OAMProcessRxLoopbackOAMPDU = Yes
OAMTransmitEventNotificationCount = 1
OAMProcessRxLinkFaultFlag = Yes
OAMFwdCriticalEvent = No
OAMEventLogFrequency = 600
OAM ]
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Index
A
M
add
trap destination ......................................... 3-40
user account.............................................. 3-33
Main menu........................................................3-6
maintain cables and connectors....................4-1
mibs, private and public..................................3-2
C
P
cables and connectors, maintaining............. 4-1
change password.......................................... 3-42
check optical power and link loss ................. 4-1
Connected Sessions screen ....................... 3-42
create
trap destination ......................................... 3-40
user account.............................................. 3-33
P-Bit Translation Tables screen ..................3-50
PC terminal connection ..................................3-1
PING Generation screen................................4-6
Port Information screen ................................3-46
ports, set up....................................................3-44
D
date and time................................................. 3-21
delete
trap destination ......................................... 3-41
user account.............................................. 3-34
Dynamic ARP Table screen ........................ 3-57
E
edit
trap destination ......................................... 3-40
user account.............................................. 3-33
H
Hardware Information screen...................... 3-20
Host Access Table screen........................... 3-35
I
IP address
Radius server ............................................ 3-37
SNTP server.............................................. 3-22
trap destination ......................................... 3-40
IP Configuration screen ............................... 3-23
K
keys and screen navigation........................... 3-4
L
Latency/Jitter Test screen ............................. 4-5
Layer 2 Statistics screens............................ 3-53
link loss forwarding function .......................... 2-9
Link Status screen ........................................ 3-46
LLF function ..................................................... 2-9
logged in users.............................................. 3-42
R
Radius Client Configuration screen ............3-37
Radius client server values ..........................3-36
remote fault function .......................................2-8
RMON Group 1 Statistics screen................3-55
RMTF function .................................................2-8
S
screen
Connected Sessions.................................3-42
Dynamic ARP Table .................................3-57
Hardware Information...............................3-20
Host Access Table ....................................3-35
IP Configuration.........................................3-23
Latency/Jitter Test.......................................4-5
Layer 2 Statistics.......................................3-53
Link Status .................................................3-46
P-Bit Translation Tables...........................3-50
PING Generation.........................................4-6
Port Information.........................................3-46
Radius Client Configuration.....................3-37
RMON Group 1 Statistics ........................3-55
Security Configuration screen .................3-31
Set Date and Time ..........................3-21, 3-22
SNTP Client Configuration ......................3-21
Software Upgrade .....................................3-27
Static ARP Table.......................................3-57
System Alarms ............................................4-4
System Configuration ...............................3-23
System Information...................................3-19
System Log ................................................3-27
Trap Configuration ....................................3-25
Trap Notification/Destination Table ........3-39
User Accounts ...........................................3-33
VLAN Rules ...............................................3-47
VLAN Translation Table...........................3-49
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screen navigation............................................ 3-4
security
general parameters .................................. 3-31
lockout ........................................................ 3-32
password characteristics ......................... 3-31
Radius ........................................................ 3-37
SNMPv3 parameters................................ 3-41
Security Configuration screen ..................... 3-31
set
SLIP/PPP baud rate ................................. 3-24
software configuration to default .............. 4-4
VT100 baud rate ....................................... 3-24
Set Date and Time screen................. 3-21, 3-22
set up
ports............................................................ 3-44
terminal connection .................................... 3-1
VLANs ........................................................ 3-47
SLIP/PPP baud rate ..................................... 3-24
SNMP
v3 parameters ........................................... 3-41
SNTP Client Configuration screen ............. 3-21
SNTP date and time ..................................... 3-21
software update.................................................3-27
Software Upgrade screen ............................ 3-27
Static ARP Table screen.............................. 3-57
I-2
System Alarms screen....................................4-4
System Configuration screen...................... 3-23
system date and time................................... 3-21
System Information screen ......................... 3-19
System Log screen....................................... 3-27
T
time and date ................................................ 3-21
Trap Configuration screen........................... 3-25
Trap Notification/Destination Table screen3-39
troubleshooting
and Latency/Jitter........................................4-5
and Loopback ..............................................4-8
and PING......................................................4-6
and system alarms......................................4-4
U
User Accounts screen.................................. 3-33
V
VLAN Translation Table screen ................. 3-49
VLANs, set up ............................................... 3-47
VT100 baud rate ........................................... 3-24
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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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