Loop-O9330 Fiber Optical Mux User`s Manual

Loop-O9330
Fiber Optical Mux
User’s Manual
LOOP TELECOMMUNICATION INTERNATIONAL, INC.
8F, NO. 8, HSIN ANN RD.
SCIENCE-BASED INDUSTRIAL PARK
HSINCHU, TAIWAN
Tel:
+886-3-578-7696
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© 2010 Loop Telecommunication International, Inc. All rights reserved.
Version 9 25 AUG 2010
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1
2
3
4
5
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION................................................................................................1
1.1
Function Description .................................................................................................1
1.2
Features ....................................................................................................................1
1.2
Application.................................................................................................................2
1.3
Specifications ............................................................................................................2
INSTALLATION .................................................................................................................2
2.1
Site Selection ............................................................................................................2
2.2
Mechanical Installation..............................................................................................2
2.2.1 E1/T1/V.35/Ethernet/Optical Card Description .....................................................3
OPERATION....................................................................................................................11
3.1
Quick Start for Loop-O9330 ....................................................................................11
3.1.1 Power On ............................................................................................................11
3.2
Self Test ..................................................................................................................11
3.3
Review of Default Settings ......................................................................................11
3.4
Using the Front Panel .............................................................................................11
3.5
Using a VT-100 Terminal ........................................................................................11
3.6
System Configuration..............................................................................................12
3.6.1 Console Port .......................................................................................................12
3.7
ALS (Auto Laser Shutdown Logic) ..........................................................................12
3.8
Alarm .......................................................................................................................13
3.9
Reports....................................................................................................................14
3.10
LED .........................................................................................................................16
3.11
Error Messages .......................................................................................................16
MAINTENANCE...............................................................................................................17
4.1
Self-Test ..................................................................................................................17
4.2
Near End Loopback ................................................................................................17
4.2.1 E1/ T1 Analog Local Loopback...........................................................................17
4.2.2 E1/ T1 Digital Local Loopback ............................................................................17
4.2.3 E1/ T1 Line Loopback .........................................................................................17
4.2.4 Optical Local Loopback ......................................................................................17
4.3
Network Cascade Setup .........................................................................................17
FRONT PANEL OPERATION .........................................................................................22
5.1
Configuration ...........................................................................................................24
5.1.1 System ................................................................................................................24
5.1.1.1
Date............................................................................................................24
5.1.1.2
Time ...........................................................................................................24
5.1.1.3
IP ................................................................................................................24
5.1.1.4
SNMP .........................................................................................................25
5.1.1.5
SNTP..........................................................................................................25
5.1.1.6
Device Name..............................................................................................26
5.1.2 Console Port .......................................................................................................27
5.1.2.1
Baud Rate ..................................................................................................27
5.1.2.2
Data Length................................................................................................27
5.1.2.3
Stop Bit.......................................................................................................27
5.1.2.4
Parity ..........................................................................................................28
5.1.3 Port Enable .........................................................................................................28
5.1.4 FPGA bank..............................................................................................................29
5.1.5 Bridge ......................................................................................................................29
5.1.6 V.35 .........................................................................................................................30
5.2
Alarm .......................................................................................................................32
5.2.1 Alarm Queue.......................................................................................................32
5.2.2 Alarm History ......................................................................................................33
5.2.2.1
Optical #n ...................................................................................................33
5.2.2.2
E1 #n ..........................................................................................................33
5.2.3 Alarm Clear .........................................................................................................33
5.2.4 Alarm Setup ........................................................................................................34
5.2.4.1
Alarm Type .................................................................................................34
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5.2.4.2
Threshold ...................................................................................................36
5.2.5 Alarm Cut-Off ......................................................................................................37
5.3
Diagnostic................................................................................................................37
5.3.1 Optical.................................................................................................................37
5.3.2 E1 #n...................................................................................................................38
5.4
Performance............................................................................................................38
5.4.1 Performance Clear..............................................................................................38
5.4.2 Optical #n............................................................................................................38
5.4.3 E1 #n...................................................................................................................39
5.5
Status ......................................................................................................................39
5.5.1 Optical #n............................................................................................................39
5.5.1.1
Protection Status........................................................................................39
5.5.1.2
EOC (Embeded Operation Channel) Status ..............................................40
5.5.1.3
Optical Status .............................................................................................40
5.5.2 E1 #n...................................................................................................................40
5.6
Information ..............................................................................................................40
5.6.1 Software Version.................................................................................................41
5.6.2 Hardware Version ...............................................................................................41
5.6.3 Serial Number .....................................................................................................41
5.7
Miscellaneous..........................................................................................................41
5.7.1 Lock Front Panel.................................................................................................42
5.7.2 Store Configuration .............................................................................................42
5.7.3 Retrieve Configuration ........................................................................................42
5.7.4 Load Default........................................................................................................43
5.7.5 System Reset......................................................................................................43
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TERMINAL OPERATION.................................................................................................45
6.1
Log On and Password Setup ..................................................................................46
6.1.1 Log On/off ...........................................................................................................46
6.2
1 Hour Peformance Report .....................................................................................48
6.3
24 Hour Peformance Report ...................................................................................50
6.4
System Configuration ........................................................................................53
6.4.1 System ................................................................................................................54
6.4.2 Board Information ...............................................................................................54
6.4.3 SNTP Status .......................................................................................................56
6.4.4 V.35 Card............................................................................................................57
6.4.5 Bridge Report......................................................................................................59
6.5
Alarm Queue ........................................................................................................60
6.6
Alarm History .......................................................................................................62
6.7
Line Status ...........................................................................................................64
6.8
Password Setup ..................................................................................................65
6.9
System Setup - For E1 ......................................................................................66
6.9.1 System ................................................................................................................66
6.9.2 Network Cascade................................................................................................68
6.9.3 Command Line....................................................................................................69
6.9.4 Optical & E1 Port Enable/Disable .......................................................................71
6.9.5 SNTP Setup ........................................................................................................73
6.9.6 V.35 Card............................................................................................................75
6.9.7 Bridge Setup .......................................................................................................77
6.10 System Alarm Setup ..........................................................................................79
6.11 Loopback Test .....................................................................................................80
6.11.1
Opt & E1T1 .....................................................................................................80
6.11.2
V.35 ................................................................................................................83
6.12 File Transfer ........................................................................................................85
6.12.1
Download Mainboard Firmware ..............................................................86
6.12.2
Upload Mainboard Firmware ...................................................................86
6.12.3
Copy Firmware to Remote .......................................................................87
6.12.4
Download Configuration .................................................................................88
6.12.5
Upload Configuration ................................................................................89
6.13 Store/ Retrieve Configuration .........................................................................90
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6.14
6.15
6.16
6.17
6.18
6.19
6.20
Connect to Remote Terminal ...........................................................................91
Alarm Cut-Off .......................................................................................................92
Clear Performance Data ...................................................................................93
Clear Alarm Queue and History ......................................................................94
Return to Default ................................................................................................95
System Reset ......................................................................................................96
Load Default ........................................................................................................97
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LIST OF FIGURES
Figure 1-1 Application Illustration ..............................................................................................2
Figure 2-1 Illustration for Main Unit with Plug-in Power Supplies .............................................2
Figure 2-2 Front Panel View......................................................................................................3
Figure 2-3 O9330 rear panel with AC Power ............................................................................3
Figure 2-4 O9330 rear panel with DC Power ............................................................................3
Figure 2-5 O9330 Slot location..................................................................................................4
Figure 2-6 Quad E1 card (RJ48C) panel view ..........................................................................4
Figure 2-7 Quad T1 card (RJ48C) panel view...........................................................................4
Figure 2-8 Quad E1 card (Mini-BNC connecter) panel view .....................................................4
Figure 2-9 Quad E1 card (DB25 with 75 ohm connecter) panel view .......................................5
Figure 2-10 Quad E1 card (DB25 with 120 ohm connector) panel view ...................................5
Figure 2-11 Dual V.35 card (SCSI68 connector) panel view ....................................................5
Figure 2-12 Optical module panel view .....................................................................................5
Figure 2-13 Quad Ethernet card panel view..............................................................................5
Figure 3-1 Auto Laser Shutdown Diagram ..............................................................................13
Figure 4-1 Loopback Block Diagram .......................................................................................17
Figure 4-2 Remote Management.............................................................................................18
Figure 5-1 Front Panels...........................................................................................................22
Figure 5-2 LCD Menu Tree......................................................................................................23
Figure 6-1 VT-100 Menu Tree Overview.................................................................................45
LIST OF TABLES
Table 2-1 DB9S Console Port Pin Assignment ................................................................................................ 6
Table 2-2 Ethernet Port .................................................................................................................................... 6
Table 2-3 Quad E1/T1 Port with RJ48C connector .......................................................................................... 6
Table 2-4 Quad E1 DB25 Connector Pin Definition ......................................................................................... 7
Table 2-5 V.35/ SCSI68 Port Pin Definition...................................................................................................... 8
Table 2-6 Alarm Relay Connector .................................................................................................................... 9
Table 2-7 Power Connector.............................................................................................................................. 9
Table 2-8 E1/ RJ48C Line Connector ............................................................................................................. 9
Table 2-9 Default Software Configuration ........................................................................................................ 9
Table 2-10 Default Alarm Configuration ......................................................................................................... 10
Table 3-1 Console Port Setting ...................................................................................................................... 12
Table 3-2 Alarm Type Table ........................................................................................................................... 13
Table 3-3 Performance Parameter List – Optical ........................................................................................... 14
Table 3-4 Performance Parameter List - E1................................................................................................... 14
Table 3-5 Performance Parameter List - DS1 ................................................................................................ 14
Table 3-6 Performance Report Options ......................................................................................................... 14
Table 3-7 LED Status ..................................................................................................................................... 16
Table 3-8 Error Message Table...................................................................................................................... 16
Table 6-1 Network Cascade Setting Option ................................................................................................... 69
Table 6-2 Optical & E1 Setting Option ........................................................................................................... 72
Table 6-3 SNTP Setting Option ...................................................................................................................... 74
Table 6-4 V.35 Card Setting Option ............................................................................................................... 76
Table 6-5 Bridge Setting Option ..................................................................................................................... 78
Table 6-6 Alarm Setting Option ...................................................................................................................... 80
Table 6-7 Opt & E1T1 Loopback Setting Option ............................................................................................ 82
Table 6-8 V.35 Loopback Setting Option ....................................................................................................... 84
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Chapter 1 Product Description
1 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
1.1 Function Description
Loop Telecom's Loop-O Fiber Optical Mux product family provides ideal solutions for building fiber-based
E1/T1 networks. As one of this family, the Loop-O9330 can transparently carry up to 16 channels E1/T1 or 8
channels V.35 DTE, and 100 Mbps Ethernet signals over a single fiber.
All services are transported point-to-point in a real static TDM manner, which includes a) 16 E1, 16 T1, or 8
V.35, b) 100M bps Ethernet, and c) management channel. The bandwidth is guaranteed for full configuration
of the mentioned speeds for each channel / service.
To select protection level, users can choose either single pair or dual pair fiber. Either a single power supply or
dual power supplies can be chosen.
Loop-O9330 offers management through console port, Ethernet port, Telnet and SNMP agents. It supports
local control and diagnostics using 2-line by 16-character LCD display and keypads or console port. The unit
also supports local and remote monitoring and diagnostics. Contacts for office alarms are available.
Applications for Loop-O include interconnections for LAN, WAN, SONET/SDH, ATM and DLC.
1.2
Features
Features for the Loop-O9330 are listed below:
z 1U height, full front access(ETSI unit) or front and back access(ANSI unit)
z Rack mount, wall mount, and stand-alone
z WAN Ports
z Two hot-swappable optical cards. One optical interface each card
z Optical interface 1+1 protection switching (max. 50 ms)
z Tributary ports
z TDM Interface
z 4 slots, each slot can be 4 E1, 4 T1 or 2 V.35 hot pluggable card
z Up to 16 E1
z Up to 16 T1
z Up to 8 V.35
z Up to 4 10/100Mbps Ethernet bridge hot- swappable card
z Power Modules
z Hot-swappable DC plug-in modules
(-48 Vdc: -36 to -75 Vdc), dual for redundancy
z AC plug-in module (100 to 240 Vac), dual for redundancy
z Auto laser shutdown function is user configurable
z Loopbacks for optical link, each E1 and T1
z Office alarm contacts
z Firmware download to local unit and remote unit
z Management port and interface
z Multicolor LED indicators
z LCD and keypad on ANSI panel (optional)
z Console port, VT100 menu-driven
z SNMP port
z Telnet via SNMP port
z LoopView GUI EMS
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1.2 Application
Tributary ports
4E1, 4T1or 2 V. 35
per slot
Slot
1
2
3
4
Tributary ports
WAN ports
Optical Link
Loop - O9330
Loop - O9330
Slot
1
2
3
4
4 10/100 BaseT
Ethernet Bridge
4 10/100 BaseT
Ethernet Bridge
Protection Pair
SNMP
4E1, 4T1or 2 V. 35
per slot
SNMP
O9330
Figure 1-1 Application Illustration
1.3 Specifications
Optical Fiber Interface
Source
MLM Laser
Wavelength
1310 ± 50 nm, 1550 ± 40 nm
Power
-26 or -8 dBm
Receiver Sensitivity -38 dBm at BER < 10-10
Optical Line Rate
155.52M bps
50 Km reach
NOTE: Longer or shorter, 15 to 120 km, on special order.
Optical Fiber Interface Characteristics
Fiber Direction
Optical
Module
SAA
Dual uni-directional
SBB
Dual uni-directional
SCC
Dual uni-directional
SDD
Dual uni-directional
SEE
Dual uni-directional
SSM
Single bi-directional (master)
SSS
Single bi-directional (slave)
SFP Optical Module
MHBTW
PHB3W
PHB5W
PHC8W
PHCUW
PHCXW
PHB3D
PHB5D
PHC8D
PHCUD
PHCXD
PHCRD
PHCYD
PHCZD
System Gain
Line Code
Detector Type
Fiber Type
Protection
Wavelength (nm)
1310
1310
1310
1550
1550
1310/1550
1550/1310
Direction
Dual uni-directional fiber
Dual uni-directional fiber
Dual uni-directional fiber
Dual uni-directional fiber
Dual uni-directional fiber
Dual uni-directional fiber
Dual uni-directional fiber
Dual uni-directional fiber
Dual uni-directional fiber
Dual uni-directional fiber
Dual uni-directional fiber
Dual uni-directional fiber
Dual uni-directional fiber
Dual uni-directional fiber
Data Rate
155M
155M
155M
155M
155M
155M
155M
155M
155M
155M
155M
155M
155M
155M
2
30 dB
Scrambled NRZ
PIN-FET
Single mode
Optional 1+1 APS
Connector
Distance (km)
Power (dB)
SC (Subscriber Connector)
SC (Subscriber Connector)
FC (Fiber Connector)
SC (Subscriber Connector)
SC (Subscriber Connector)
SC (Subscriber Connector)
SC (Subscriber Connector)
30
50
30
20
100
30
30
19
30
20
12
30
20
20
Wavelength(nm)
1310nm
1310nm
1310nm
1550nm
1550nm
1550nm
1310nm
1310nm
1550nm
1550nm
1550nm
1550nm
1550nm
1550nm
Connector
LC without DDM
LC without DDM
LC without DDM
LC without DDM
LC without DDM
LC without DDM
LC with DDM
LC with DDM
LC with DDM
LC with DDM
LC with DDM
LC with DDM
LC with DDM
LC with DDM
Distance
2 Km
30 Km
50 Km
80 Km
100 Km
120 Km
30 Km
50 Km
80 Km
100 Km
120 Km
160 Km
200 Km
240 Km
Chapter 1 Product Description
E1 Line Interface
Number of E1 lines
Line Rate
Line Code
Line Impedance
Output Signal
Clock
Connector
Up to 16
2.048M bps ±50 ppm
HDB3
120Ω twisted pair, 75Ω for mini-BNC
ITU G.703
Transparent
120Ω RJ48C, 75Ω DB25, 120Ω DB25, 75Ω MiniBNC
T1 Line Interface
Line Rate
Line Code
Input Signal
Output Signal
Clock
Connector
1.544M bps ± 50 bps
AMI or B8ZS
ABAM cable length up to 655 feet
DSX1
Transparent
RJ48C
V.35 Interface
Data Port
Data Rate
Clock Mode
Connector
2 ports per card, DCE
n X 64K bps, n= 1 to 32
External, Internal, Received (Selectable)
SCSI 68, optional SCSI 68 Male to M34 Male (DCE) Conversion Cable
Bridge
10/ 100M bps half/ full duplex Ethernet bridging and 100M bps operation on the HDLC port
ANSI/ IEEE Std. 802.1D MAC Bridging capabilities (without spanning tree algorithm)
Automatic MAC table learning and aging
Support VLAN and extended Ethernet frame support
SNMP Port
Protocol
Connector
Telnet
RJ45
Console
Electrical
Protocol
Baud Rate
Connector
RS232 interface
Menu driven VT-100 terminal
9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200 bps asynchronous
DB9, female, DCE
Switches and Contacts
Power, Alarm Cut-Off, and ENTER for command execute.
Major and Minor alarm contact closures, DB9F connector.
Diagnostics Test
Optical Fiber
E1/T1 Lines
Local and remote loopbacks
Local and remote loopbacks
Power
AC Power
DC Power
Power Consumption
100-240 Vac, 50/ 60 Hz
-48 Vdc: -36 to -75 Vdc
< 20 Watts
Physical and Environment
Dimensions for 1U
432 x 44 x 226 mm (W x H x D)
Mounting
Stand-alone, 19 or 23 inch rack mount, wall mount
Temperature Range
0°C to 55°C
Humidity
5% - 90% RH (non-condensing)
Compliance
EMI/EMC
ITU
Safety
EN55022, EN55024, FCC15
G.703, G.706, G.732, G.823
IEC60950
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Chapter 2 Installation
2 INSTALLATION
2.1 Site Selection
The following list indicates a site selection guideline. Follow this guideline to select a proper installation site.
• Location of the Loop-O9330 unit should be part of the central office equipment layout design.
Considerations should be given to entrance cable routing.
• The installation site should provide proper room for adequate ventilation and cable routing. Reserve at
least 0.5 m at the rear of the unit for human access, cables, and air flow.
• The site should provide a stable environment. The operating area should be clean and free from extremes
of temperature, humidity, shock, and vibration.
• Relative humidity should stay between 0 and 95%.
2.2 Mechanical Installation
Loop-O9330 is a desktop unit, with two slots for power cards. Three options of power module are available for
plug-in: (1) single AC, (2) -24Vdc single DC, (3) -48Vdc single DC. Users are allowed to use one or two plug-in
power supplies in this unit. That means this unit can have single power supply or dual power supply (for
redundancy).
Fro
nt P
a
Plug-in
power supply
(AC, -24Vdc, -48Vdc)
nel
Plug-in
power supply
(AC, -24Vdc, -48Vdc)
Figure 2-1 Illustration for Main Unit with Plug-in Power Supplies
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The front panel and the rear panel are shown in the following figures.
Figure 2-2 Front Panel View
Figure 2-3 O9330 rear panel with AC Power
Figure 2-4 O9330 rear panel with DC Power
Chassis Grounding
The chassis is grounded when rack mounted. However, for stand alone units or extra grounding protection
for rack mounted units, a dedicated chassis ground screw and lock washer is provided. The chassis ground
screw is located on the right-hand side of the rear panel.
When attaching a ground wire to the chassis ground screw, please follow these instructions.
y Use copper grounding conductors of 18 AWG.
y Conductors should not be of dissimilar metals.
y The bare conductors should be coated with anti-oxidant before crimp connections are made.
y Unplated connection surfaces, connectors, braided strap and bus bars must be bought to a bright finish
and coated with anti-oxidant before connections are made.
y Listed connectors and fastening hardware must be used.
2.2.1
E1/T1/V.35/Ethernet/Optical Card Description
O9330 can carry up to four E1/T1/V.35 plug-in cards in Slot 1 to Slot 4. Slot 5 and Slot 6 are used for Optical
module plug-in cards. Slot 7 is used for a quad Ethernet plug-in card.
Note: All plug-in cards are hot-pluggable.
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Figure 2-5 O9330 Slot location
Figure 2-6 Quad E1 card (RJ48C) panel view
Figure 2-7 Quad T1 card (RJ48C) panel view
Figure 2-8 Quad E1 card (Mini-BNC connecter) panel view
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Figure 2-9 Quad E1 card (DB25 with 75 ohm connecter) panel view
Figure 2-10 Quad E1 card (DB25 with 120 ohm connector) panel view
Figure 2-11 Dual V.35 card (SCSI68 connector) panel view
Figure 2-12 Optical module panel view
Figure 2-13 Quad Ethernet card panel view
The console port can be connected via RS232 interface to a configuration device a VT100 terminal or
equivalent. Pin definition and pin connection of the console port are listed in the following table.
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Table 2-1 DB9S Console Port Pin Assignment
Pin Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Signal
Data Carrier Detect
Receive Data
Transmit Data
Unassigned
Signal Ground
Data Set Ready
Unassigned
Clear to send
Unassigned
Description
Output from O9330
Output from O9330
Input to O9330
Output from O9330
Output from O9330
Table 2-2 Ethernet Port
Pin Number
1
2
3
6
7
8
Signal
Description
TPTX+
TPTXTPRX+
TPRXChassis GND
Chassis GND
TP Driver Output
TP Receive Input
Table 2-3 Quad E1/T1 Port with RJ48C connector
Pin Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Signal
Receive Ring
Receive Tip
Unassigned
Transmit Ring
Transmit Tip
Unassigned
Unassigned
Unassigned
Description
From E1 Network
From E1 Network
To E1 Network
To E1 Network
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Table 2-4 Quad E1 DB25 Connector Pin Definition
Pin Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Signal
Transmit Data TIP_Port 1
Receive Data TIP_Port 1
Unassigned
Transmit Data TIP_Port 2
Receive Data TIP_Port 2
Unassigned
Transmit Data TIP_Port 3
Receive Data TIP_Port 3
Unassigned
Transmit Data TIP_Port 4
Receive Data TIP_Port 4
Unassigned
Unassigned
Transmit Data RING_Port 1
Receive Data RING_Port 1
Unassigned
Transmit Data RING_Port 2
Receive Data RING_Port 2
Unassigned
Transmit Data RING_Port 3
Receive Data RING_Port 3
Unassigned
Transmit Data RING_Port 4
Receive Data RING_Port 4
Unassigned
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Chapter 2 Installation
Table 2-5 V.35/ SCSI68 Port Pin Definition
Pin Number
1
Signal
Port1 Receive Data Return
Source
DCE
2
Port1 Transmit Clock Return
DCE
3
Port1 Receive Data
DCE
4
Port1 Transmit Clock
DCE
5
Port1 Receive Clock
DCE
6
Port1 Request To Send
DTE
7
X
8
Port1 Cable Shield
9
Port1 Receive Clock Return
DCE
10
Port1 Transmit Data
DTE
11
Port1 Data Carrier Detect
DCE
12
X
13
Port2 Transmit Clock
DCE
14
Port1 Transmit Data Return
DTE
15
X
16
Port1 External Clock
DTE
17
Port2 Transmit Clock Return
DCE
18
Port1 Signal Ground
19
Port2 Request To Send
DTE
20
Port1 External Clock Return
DTE
21
Port2 Receive Data
DCE
22
Port2 Transmit Data
DTE
23
X
24
Port2 Cable Shield
25
Port2 Receive Data Return
DCE
26
Port2 Transmit Data Return
DTE
27
Port2 Data Carrier Detect
DCE
28
Port2 External Clock
DTE
29
Port2 Receive Clock
DCE
30
X
31
X
32
Port2 External Clock Return
DTE
33
Port2 Receive Clock Return
DCE
34
Port2 Signal Ground
35~68
X
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Table 2-6 Alarm Relay Connector
Pin Number
1
2
3
Signal
Alarm Fuse
Alarm Fuse
Alarm Fuse
Description
Normal Close
Common
Normal Open
Table 2-7 Power Connector
Pin Number
1
2
3
Signal
-V
+V
Description
-DC 24 or 48 Volts
+DC Return
Chassis Ground
Table 2-8 E1/ RJ48C Line Connector
Pin Number
1
2
4
5
7
8
Signal
Receive Ring
Receive Tip
Transmit Ring
Transmit Tip
Unassignment
Unassignment
Signal Direction
Input to O9330
Input to O9330
Output from O9330
Output from O9330
Table 2-9 Default Software Configuration
Configuration
Baud rate
Data length
Console port
Stop bits
Parity
Lock
Password
Password
IP interface
IP address
Network
management Subnet mask
Gateway IP
Option
9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200
8-bits, 7-bits
1-bit, 2-bits
NONE, EVEN, ODD
DISABLE, ENABLE
ETHERNET_PORT, EOC_PORT
Trap IP
Community name
Device name
Network cascade
DISABLE, ENABLE
SNMP
9
Default
9600
8-bits
1-bit
NONE
DISABLE
LOOP
ETHERNET_PORT
0.0.0.0
0.0.0.0
0.0.0.0
255.255.255.255
Public
LOOP O9330
DISABLE
Chapter 2 Installation
Table 2-10 Default Alarm Configuration
System
Optical
E1/T1
Alarm
Alarm cut off
Protection switch
Relay
LOF
Alarm
ES
Threshold
Alarm
SES
Threshold
Alarm
UAS
Threshold
LOS
AIS
Alarm
BPV
Threshold
Alarm
ES
Threshold
Alarm
SES
Threshold
Alarm
UAS
Threshold
Option
DISABLE, ENABLE
DISABLE, ENABLE
DISABLE, ENABLE
DISABLE, ENABLE
DISABLE, ENABLE
1-900
DISABLE, ENABLE
1-900
DISABLE, ENABLE
1-900
DISABLE, ENABLE
DISABLE, ENABLE
DISABLE, ENABLE
1~16383
DISABLE, ENABLE
1-900
DISABLE, ENABLE
1-900
DISABLE, ENABLE
1-900
10
Default
DISABLE
DISABLE
DISABLE
DISABLE
DISABLE
1
DISABLE
1
DISABLE
1
DISABLE
DISABLE
DISABLE
1
DISABLE
1
DISABLE
1
DISABLE
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3 OPERATION
This chapter describes the Loop-O9330 configuration options and operational functions. User should refer to
CHAPTER 5: FRONT PANEL OPERATION, and CHAPTER 6: TERMINAL OPERATION for detailed
operation.
3.1 Quick Start for Loop-O9330
After installation, the user may want to familiarize with the equipment immediately. The following abbreviated
instructions will give the user a quick start.
3.1.1 Power On
Turn power on by attaching power cable at the rear of the unit. On the LCD, unit will first display SELF TEST
followed by the main menu.
Return to Default Setting.
The unit is shipped with factory default setting.
3.2 Self Test
If password is enabled, users must enter the password when logging in to gain the privilege to change system
configurations on the terminal. The default condition is password disabled. The default password is LOOP. To
change the password for the first time, enter the default password when prompted for the old password.
If the password is forgotten, the only recourse is to return to the factory setting of LOOP. To restore the factory
default configuration, press ACO key during power up and then press the ENTER key while LCD displays
"TEST... PASS". If the operation is successful, the LCD will show "LOAD DEFAULT CONFIGURATION". All
user configuration settings will be lost. For terminal screen operation, see also section 6.20 for the details.
To use the front panel to configure the unit, use the four keys to the right of the LCD. The menu is tree
structured, with the main menu at the root of the tree. The ESC key brings the user towards to root. The
ENTER key is used (a) to descend to branches of the menu, or (b) to confirm a selection. The left and right
arrow keys are used to move the selection left or right.
3.3 Review of Default Settings
All the default settings can be reviewed or changed. This is done by selecting the menu item. Either a
sub-menu is shown or the selected setting is indicated with an asterisk.
3.4 Using the Front Panel
To use the front panel to configure the unit, use the four keys to the right of the LCD. The menu is tree
structured, with the main menu at the root of the tree. The ESC key brings the user towards to root. The
ENTER key is used (a) to descend to branches of the menu, or (b) to confirm a selection. The left and right
arrow keys are used to move the selection left or right. For more detail information, see also the chapter 5 in
this menu.
3.5 Using a VT-100 Terminal
Management from a Telnet or Network Management System (NMS) can be effected through a LAN. Use the
DB9S console port of O9330’s front panel to connect a VT100 terminal to configure the unit. The VT100
terminal can be a PC running a VT100 emulator software.
Upon connection, press ENTER and ESC alternately to bring the main menu into view.
Press O (Log On) to see the full menu.
Press S (System Setup) to review or change the configuration.
For more detail information, see also the chapter 6 in this menu.
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3.6 System Configuration
3.6.1 Console Port
The console port allows the user either to use a local VT-100 terminal or use a remote VT-100 terminal via
modem for system configuration, diagnostics, polling status reports, etc. The console port Baud rate, data bit
length, stop bit length, and parity bit length are defaulted, as shown below.
Table 3-1 Console Port Setting
Item
Baud
Data Length
Stop Bit
Parity
Fixed Setting
9600
8
1
NONE
3.7 ALS (Auto Laser Shutdown Logic)
O9330 provides ALS function to prevent wasting energy when no optical signal is received. If ALS function is
not enabled, laser will always on; if ALS function is enabled, both laser modules will operate synchronously.
See below for the details.
Stage 0 - Laser on 500ms, go to stage 1.
Stage 1 - Detect receiver every 500ms for 9.5 seconds, if received go to stage 2, else back to stage 0.
Stage 2 - Laser on 2 seconds, then go to stage 3.
Stage 3 - Detect receiver every 1 second, if optical loss, go to stage 0.
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No optical signal
Example 1
Tx
O 9330 #A
0
Tx: On
1
0
1
Tx: Off
0.5 Sec.
9.5 Sec.
Rx: No signal
Optical signal less 500ms, loss below 10 sec.
Example 2
Tx
O 9330 #A
O 9330 #B
Rx
0
Tx: On
1 2
3
0
1
Tx: Off
0.5 Sec.
2 Sec.
0.5 Sec.
Rx:
Receive signal
line
break
receive
signal
Tx : Transmit
Rx : Receive
0
: Stage 0
1
: Stage 1
2
: Stage 2
3
: Stage 3
Figure 3-1 Auto Laser Shutdown Diagram
3.8 Alarm
When the Loop-O9330 reports an alarm condition, such as loss of synchronization, the ALARM will cause the
LED on the front panel to light. Each alarm can be individually enabled or disabled. The alarm types are listed
in the table as below.
Table 3-2 Alarm Type Table
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Alarm
System
Optical
E1/T1
Option
Alarm cut off
Protection switch
Power Fail
Relay
LOF
Alarm
ES
Threshold
Alarm
SES
Threshold
Alarm
UAS
Threshold
LOS
AIS
Alarm
BPV
Threshold
Alarm
ES
Threshold
Alarm
SES
Threshold
Alarm
UAS
Threshold
DISABLE, ENABLE
DISABLE, ENABLE
DISABLE, ENABLE
DISABLE, ENABLE
DISABLE, ENABLE
DISABLE, ENABLE
1-900
DISABLE, ENABLE
1-900
DISABLE, ENABLE
1-900
DISABLE, ENABLE
DISABLE, ENABLE
DISABLE, ENABLE
1~16383
DISABLE, ENABLE
1-900
DISABLE, ENABLE
1-900
DISABLE, ENABLE
1-900
Default
DISABLE
DISABLE
DISABLE
DISABLE
DISABLE
DISABLE
1
DISABLE
1
DISABLE
1
DISABLE
DISABLE
DISABLE
1
DISABLE
1
DISABLE
1
DISABLE
1
3.9 Reports
For DS1 line receiver, Loop-O9330 has three sets of performance registers. These are line, user, and far-end.
The line performance register tracks the DS1 line receiver performance status. The user performance register
tracks the DS1 line receiver as well, but user may clear at any time. The far-end performance register tracks
the far-end DS1 receiver status. The performance parameters are listed in the following tables.
Each performance parameter has ninety six sets of registers to record 24 hours history in 15 minute intervals.
Table 3-3 Performance Parameter List – Optical
Performance
Parameter
ES
SES
UAS
Description
Definition
Error Second
Severe Error Second
Unavailable Second
BPV≥1, OOF≥1, or CS≥1.
BPV ≥ 2048, or OOF ≥ 1
≥ 10 consecutive SES
Table 3-4 Performance Parameter List - E1
Performance
Parameter
ES
SES
UAS
BPV
Description
Definition
Error Second
Severe Error Second
Unavailable Second
Bipolar Violation
BPV≥1, OOF≥1, or CS≥1.
BPV ≥ 2048, or OOF ≥ 1
≥ 10 consecutive SES
Bipolar Error Count
Table 3-5 Performance Parameter List - DS1
Performance
Parameter
ES
SES
UAS
BPV
Description
Definition
Error Second
Severe Error Second
Unavailable Second
Bipolar Violation
BPV≥1, OOF≥1, or CS≥1.
BPV ≥ 2048, or OOF ≥ 1
≥ 10 consecutive SES
Bipolar Error Count
The Performance Reoort Options Table, below, lists the types of reports available, performance parameters
provided by each report, and the reset commands for each report.
Table 3-6 Performance Report Options
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Report Type
[Menu Command]
Category
ES
Report
SES
BPV
Front Panel Reports
USER [Network]
Y
Y
Y
1-Hour Terminal
Reports
Menu Option [1]
USER [Network]
LINE [Network]
FAR-END
Y
N/C
N/C
Y
N/C
N/C
Y
N/C
24-Hour Terminal
Reports
Menu Option [2]
USER [Network]
LINE [Network]
FAR-END
Y
N/C
N/C
Y
N/C
N/C
Y
N/C
⎯
⎯
Y = Report available and can be cleared by front panel “RESET” or admin terminal command “Y”.
X = Report available and can be cleared by front panel “RESET” or admin terminal command “X”.
N/C = No clear. Report available, but counts cannot be cleared by the user.
─ = Report not available.
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3.10 LED
The front panel of the Loop-O9330 has mulit-color LEDs for operation and error indications. The indication is
either off, steady on, or flickering. The following table lists each LED and its color and the meaning it
represents.
Note that when powering up and selftest is in progress, the unit front panel LEDs are also used to indicate fault
conditions.
Table 3-7 LED Status
LED
Color
POWER
Slot 1~4
E1/T1/
Port 1~4
Slot 1~4
V.35
Optical #n (1-2)
WAN up
Bridge
Slot 7
10/100
SNMP
Link/Act
Off
Flashing Green
Flashing Red
Off
Red
Green
Flashing Green
Off
Green
Flashing Green
Off
Red
Green
Flashing Green
Off
Green
Off
Green
Off
Green
Off
Green
Flashing Green
Indication
Power off, self-test failure
Normal operation
Alarm indication
Not exist or disabled
Unsync
Sync
Loopback testing
Not exist or disabled
Active
Loopback testing
Not exist or disabled
Unsync
Sync
Loopback testing
Link down
Link up
Card does not exist
Card exist
10M
100M
Link down
Link up
Transmit or receive data
3.11 Error Messages
Loop-O9330 provides various error messages on the LCD display to indicate abnormal conditions as listed in
the following table.
Table 3-8 Error Message Table
ERR01: No response
ERR02: LCD operation is locked
ERR03: Line unsync
ERR04: A loopback is in effect
ERR05: A test is in progress
ERR06: Illegal Date/Time format
ERR07: Time out
ERR08: EOC is not ready
ERR09: Illegal value
Note: If error displayed is not listed above, call factory for service.
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4 MAINTENANCE
4.1 Self-Test
When the Loop-O9330 is powered up, a complete self-test routine is run to check all I/O ports, read/write
memory, and data paths to validate system integrity. During system self test, "TESTING" message and testing
code are shown on the VT100 terminal screen. If any error is found, a testing code is shown on the VT100
terminal display. Various system diagnostic methodology can be found in the following paragraphs.
4.2 Near End Loopback
The near end loopbacks such as analogic local loopback, digital local loopback, and line loopback are
activated by the Loop-O9330. The loopbacks are at the near end facility. The following paragraph describes
each loopback in detail.
4.2.1 E1/ T1 Analog Local Loopback
Analog loopback is a loopback in either direction that is associated with the line side of a DCE piece of
equipment.
4.2.2 E1/ T1 Digital Local Loopback
Digital loopback is a loopback in either direction that is associated with the DTE port of a DCE piece of
equipment.
4.2.3 E1/ T1 Line Loopback
Line loopback is illustrated in Figure 4-1. The incoming DS1 line signal is loopback to the outgoing DS1 signal
before the DS1 transceiver framer. This loopback is used to isolate the local equipment from a troubled DS1
transmission line. Line loopback test can be activated from the terminal.
4.2.4 Optical Local Loopback
Optical local loopback is illustrated in Figure 4-1. The outgoing optical signal is looped back through the optical
PCM transceiver. All its channels are looped back to the receiver path. This loopback test is activated by the
test command.
E1#1 to #n
1
1
2
Optical
Mux
3
Optical
4
4
E1#1 to #n
Mux
3
2
1
E1 / T1 Analog Local Loopback
2
E1 / T1Line Loopback (LLB)
3
E1/ T1 Digital Local Loopback
4
Optical Local Loopback
Figure 4-1 Loopback Block Diagram
4.3 Network Cascade Setup
Loop-O9330 can also allow remote management through console port as the application illustration below
shows.
NMS
LAN
SNMP Port
O 9330 (Master)
IP#1
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* System Setup for:
1. IP Interface: ETHERNET_PORT
2. IP Address: 140.132.093.005
3. Subnet Mask: 255.255.0.0
* Network Cascade Setup for IP#2, IP#3, and IP#4
* System Setup for:
Chapter 4 Maintenance
Figure 4-2 Remote Management
NOTE: See the following screens for setup details.
First, press “S” from the main menu to enter into the system setup submenu.
FOM
=== Mai n M enu ===
2 1:06 :21 02 /06/ 200 8
Seri al Num ber
: 12 6215
Hard war e V ersi on: Ve r.D
Firm war e V ersi on: V1 .06. 01 09/ 02/2 008
Devi ce Nam e : LOO P O 9330
Conn ect Po rt: SUP V_P ORT
Star t T ime
: 22: 55: 05 0 2/0 1/2 008
[DIS PLA Y]
1 -> 1 Hou r Pe rf. Re port
2 -> 24 Ho ur P erf . R epor t
C -> Sy ste m Co nfi gur atio n
Q -> Al arm Que ue
H -> Al arm His tor y
I -> In for mati on Sum mary
[SET UP]
P -> Pa ssw ord Set up
S -> Sy ste m Se tup
M -> Sy ste m Al arm Se tup
T -> Lo opb ack Tes t
L -> Fi le Tran sfe r
V -> St ore /Ret rie ve Conf igu rat ion
[LOG ]
F -> Lo g O ff [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
O -> Lo g O n [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
R -> Co nne ct t o R emo te T erm ina l
[MIS C]
A -> Al arm Cut Of f
K -> Cl ear Per for man ce D ata
X -> Cl ear Ala rm Que ue a nd His tory
Y -> Re tur n to De fau lt
Z -> Sy ste m Re set
>>SP ACE ba r to re fre sh o r e nte r a com man d == =>
Under the submenu, press “A” to setup IP interface, IP address, and subnet mask address for each O9330.
FOM
= == S yst em Setu p = ==
A
B
C
D
S
V
R
->
->
->
->
->
->
->
2 1:04 :18 02 /06/ 200 8
Sys tem
Net wor k C asca de
Com man d L ine
Opt ica l & T1/ E1 Opt ion
SNT P S etu p
V.3 5 C ard
Bri dge Se tup
<< P res s E SC k ey to retu rn to Main Me nu or e nte r a com man d > >
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The IP interface for master unit should be set as ETHERNET_PORT, and the IP interface for slave unit should
be set as EOC_PORT. Please note that subnet mask IP address for each unit should be the same address.
FOM
= == S yst em Setu p = ==
2 1:04 :18 02 /06/ 200 8
ARRO W K EYS : CU RSO R M OVE, Pl eas e In put : h h:mm :ss mm /dd/ yyy y, BACK SPA CE to e dit
[Sys tem ]
Time /Da te
: 03: 30:2 2 0 7/0 1/20 07
IP I nte rfa ce
: ETH ERNE T_P ORT
IP A ddr ess
: 000 .000 .00 0.0 00
Subn et Mas k
: 000 .000 .00 0.0 00
Gate way IP
: 000 .000 .00 0.0 00
Trap IP Ad dres s: 255 .255 .25 5.2 55
Comm uni ty Name : pub lic
Devi ce Nam e
: LOO P O9 330
Syst em Loc atio n: 8F, No. 8 H sin Ann Rd .
Sci ence -Ba sed Ind ust ria l Pa rk
Hsi nchu , 3 007 7 Ta iwa n
Syst em Con tact : Nam e:FA E
Tel :+88 6-3 -57 8769 6
E-m ail: FAE @lo op.c om. tw
[CON SOL E p ort]
Baud Ra te
Data Le ngt h
Stop Bi t
Pari ty
:
:
:
:
115 200
8-B its
1-B it
NON E
<< P res s E SC k ey to retu rn to prev iou s m enu >>
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In the master O9330 (IP#1), press “B” to done the network cascade setup for slave O9330 (IP#2 and IP#4) and
master O9330 (IP#3). Then repeat the same step in the salve O9330 (IP#4) to done the network cascade
setup for slave O9330 (IP#4).
For O9330 (Master) IP#1:
FOM
=== Net wor k C asca de ===
ARRO W K EYS : CU RSO R M OVE, TA B: ROLL OP TIO NS
2 1:04 :18 02 /06/ 200 8
Netw ork Ca scad e: ENA BLE
[Rou tin g T able ]
IP A ddr ess 1
:
IP A ddr ess 2
:
IP A ddr ess 3
:
IP A ddr ess 4
:
140 .132 .08 5.0 08
140 .132 .09 1.0 10
140 .132 .07 8.0 06
000 .000 .00 0.0 00
<< P res s E SC k ey to retu rn to prev iou s m enu >>
For O9330 (Slave) IP#2:
FOM
=== Net wor k C asca de ===
ARRO W K EYS : CU RSO R M OVE, TA B: ROLL OP TIO NS
2 1:04 :18 02 /06/ 200 8
Netw ork Ca scad e: DIS ABLE
[Rou tin g T able ]
IP A ddr ess 1
:
IP A ddr ess 2
:
IP A ddr ess 3
:
IP A ddr ess 4
:
000 .000 .00 0.0 00
000 .000 .00 0.0 00
000 .000 .00 0.0 00
000 .000 .00 0.0 00
<< P res s E SC k ey to retu rn to prev iou s m enu >>
For O9330 (Master) IP#3:
FOM
=== Net wor k C asca de ===
ARRO W K EYS : CU RSO R M OVE, TA B: ROLL OP TIO NS
Netw ork Ca scad e: ENA BLE
[Rou tin g T able ]
IP A ddr ess 1
:
IP A ddr ess 2
:
IP A ddr ess 3
:
IP A ddr ess 4
:
140 .132 .07 8.0 06
000 .000 .00 0.0 00
000 .000 .00 0.0 00
000 .000 .00 0.0 00
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<< P res s E SC k ey to retu rn to prev iou s m enu >>
For O9330 (Slave) IP#4:
FOM
=== Net wor k C asca de ===
ARRO W K EYS : CU RSO R M OVE, TA B: ROLL OP TIO NS
Netw ork Ca scad e: DIS ABLE
[Rou tin g T able ]
IP A ddr ess 1
:
IP A ddr ess 2
:
IP A ddr ess 3
:
IP A ddr ess 4
:
000 .000 .00 0.0 00
000 .000 .00 0.0 00
000 .000 .00 0.0 00
000 .000 .00 0.0 00
<< P res s E SC k ey to retu rn to prev iou s m enu >>
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Chapter 5 Front Panel Operation
5 FRONT PANEL OPERATION
The front panel LCD utilizes a 2-line by 16-character display and four keys labeled ESC, ENTER, left arrow '<',
and right arrow '>', as shown in Figure 5-1. The ENTER key is to enable a selection, while the left and right
arrow keys move the cursor to the left and right respectively. The ESC key returns to the next higher level of
selection or to the main menu without performing any operation. When the menu selected has no further
sub-menus, the current item selected is indicated by “*”.
NOTE: For each selection or change, ENTER key must be pressed to confirm.
Figure 5-1 Front Panels
The entire LCD menu tree is shown below. By successively selecting the menu item at each level, the desired
operation or display can be obtained. Use left or right key to select the desired main menu branch and press
ENTER.
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Figure 5-2 LCD Menu Tree
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5.1 Configuration
Configuration group includes System and Console Port menus.
Configuration
5.1.1 System
Press ENTER from the above menu to enter into the System menu, which includes Date, Time, IP, and SNMP
submenus.
Configuration
System
5.1.1.1
Date
Press ENTER from the System menu. Use arrow keys to select Date, then press ENTER. The Date menu is
used to set a new real time clock date. To change the date, move the cursor at the digital position, and press
ENTER to cycle through the desired numbers. This operation must be concluded by moving the cursor to OK
position, and press ENTER to enable the change.
System
Date
Date
*09/01/2004
OK
5.1.1.2
Time
The operation for Time menu is same as the above Date menu.
System
Time
Time
*23:58:59
OK
5.1.1.3
IP
The IP menu allows modification of device IP address, IP address for Subnet Mask and Gateway, and IP
interface. Each IP address can be modified by moving the cursor to the desired position and selecting a
number. After making all changes, select YES to save the changes.
System
IP
Physical interfaces can be selected as ETHERNET_PORT or EOC_PORT.
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IP Interface
ETHERNET_PORT
IP Address
OK
*140.132.093.001
Subnet Mask
OK
*255.255.000.000
Gateway IP
OK
*140.132.001.001
5.1.1.4
SNMP
The SNMP group includes Trap IP and Community Name.
Configuration
SNMP
The Trap IP Address menu shows the current destination IP address the Loop-V 4200 uses to send an SNMP
trap. The default Trap IP address is a broadcast address (255.255.255.255).
SNMP
Trap IP
To change the Trap IP address, use the arrow keys to cycle through to the position, and press ENTER to cycle
through the numbers. This operation must be concluded by moving the cursor to OK position and pressing
ENTER to enable the changes.
Trap IP
OK
*255.255.255.255
This menu is used to have a name for community. To rename it, use arrow keys to select a desired number or
character, press ENTER. Then move the cursor at OK, press ENTER to enable the community name.
Community Name
public
5.1.1.5
SNTP
The SNTP group includes Update now, Time Zone, NTP Server 1 and NTP Server 2.
Update now
To update the time from the server press the ENTER button.
SNTP
Update now
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The following prompt will appear. Press the ENTER button to proceed with the time update.
Update now
*Update?
Time Zone
To select a time zone press the ENTER button.
SNTP
Time Zone
Use your arrow keys to scroll in the setting you desire (ie. place the cursor besides the setting you want). Press
the ENTER button.
Time Zone
*+0
NTP Server 1
To select NTP Server 1 press the ENTER button.
SNTP
NTP Server 1
Use your arrow keys to scroll in the IP address. After the correct address is entered move your cursor to OK.
Press the ENTER button.
NTP Server 1 OK
*000.000.000.000
NTP Server 2
To select NTP Server 2 press the ENTER button.
SNTP
NTP Server 2
Use your arrow keys to scroll in the IP address. After the correct address is entered move your cursor to OK.
Press the ENTER button.
NTP Server 2 OK
*000.000.000.000
5.1.1.6
Device Name
This menu is used to name the main unit.
Configuration
Device Name
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To rename the device name, use arrow keys to select a desired number or character, press ENTER. Then
move the cursor at OK, press ENTER to enable the device name.
Device Name
LOOP O9330
5.1.2 Console Port
The menus are used to configure console port to select Baud rate, data bits, stop bits, and parity bit. Under
Configuration menu, use left or right key to select Console Port menu. Press ENTER to enter into its
submenus.
Configuration
Console Port
5.1.2.1
Baud Rate
Move the cursor to select Baud Rate, press ENTER.
Console Port
Baud Rate
To change data speed, use left and right arrow key to cycle through to a desired selection and press ENTER.
The current selection will be highlighted by an asterisk (*).
Baud Rate
*38400
5.1.2.2
Data Length
Move the cursor to select Data Length, press ENTER.
Console Port
Data Length
To change data bits, use left and right arrow key to cycle through to a desired selection and press ENTER. The
current selection will be highlighted by an asterisk (*).
Data Length
*8-bits
5.1.2.3
Stop Bit
Move the cursor to select Stop Bit, press ENTER.
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Console Port
Stop Bit
To change stop bits, use left and right arrow key to cycle through to a desired selection and press ENTER. The
current selection will be highlighted by an asterisk (*).
Stop Bit
*1-Bit
5.1.2.4
Parity
Move the cursor to select Parity, press ENTER.
Console Port
Parity
To change data parity, use left and right arrow key to cycle through to a desired selection and press ENTER.
Parity
*NONE
5.1.3 Port Enable
This menu is used to enable or disable optical ports or E1 ports. Under Configuration menu, use left or right key
to select Port Enable menu. Press ENTER to enter into its submenus. The current setting will be highlighted by
an asterisk (*).
Configuration
Port Enable
Port Enable
Optical #1
Optical #1
*ENABLE
Port Enable
E1 #16
E1 #16
*ENABLE
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5.1.4 FPGA bank
This menu is used to setup FPGA functions. Under Configuration menu, use left or right key to select FPGA
bank menu. Press ENTER to enter into its submenus. The current setting will be highlighted by an asterisk (*).
Configuration
FPGA Bank
Working
FPGA Bank
Working
Next Bootup
FPGA Bank
Next Bootup
5.1.5 Bridge
This menu is used to setup different functions for Bridge. Under Configuration menu, use left or right key to
select Bridge menu. Press ENTER to enter into its submenus. The current setting will be highlighted by an
asterisk (*).
Configuration
Bridge
Bridge
Port #01
Auto Negotiation
User can enable or disable Auto Negotiation option.
Port #01
Auto Negotiation
Speed Ability
User can select 10 Mbps or 100 Mbps for Speed Ability.
Port #01
Speed Ability
Duplex Ability
User can select Half or Full for Duplex Ability option.
Port #01
Duplex Ability
Aging
User can enable or disable Aging option.
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Port #01
Aging
Mac Learning
User can enable or disable Mac Learning option.
Port #01
Mac Learning
Bandwidth Ctrl
User can enable or disable Bandwidth Control option.
Port #01
Bandwidth Ctrl
Bandwidth Rate
User can enable or disable Bandwidth Rate option.
Port #01
Bandwidth Rate
Aging Timer
User can select 300 Sec, 75 Sec, 18 Sec and 1 Sec for Aging Timer.
Bridge
Aging Timer
Port Isolation
User can enable or disable Port Isolation option.
Bridge
Port Isolation
Alarm Forwarding
User can enable or disable Alarm Forwarding option.
Bridge
Alarm Forwarding
5.1.6 V.35
This menu is used to setup different functions for V.35. Under Configuration menu, use left or right key to select
V.35 menu. Press ENTER to enter into its submenus. The current setting will be highlighted by an asterisk (*).
Configuration
V35
V35
Port #01
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EN/DIS
User can enable or disable port for V.35 ports.
Port #01
EN/DIS
EN/DIS
*ENABLE
Mode
User can set up the mode of V.35 interface as DCE mode.
Port #01
Mode
Mode
DCE
Interface
Port #01
Interface
Interface
V.35
Speed
User can select unframed, 01 ~ 31 as speed.
Port #01
Speed
Speed
*unframe
ClkSrc
User can select clock source as Internal, Line and DTE.
Port #01
ClkSrc
ClkSrc
*Internal
TTM
TTM: (Terminal Timing Mode)
Port #01
TTM
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TTM
OFF
DCD
DCD: Data Carrier Detect.
Port #01
DCD
DCD
ON
RTS
RTS: Request To Send. User can select Permanent or Active in RTS option.
Port #01
RTS
RTS
*PERM.
LOOPBACK
User can select Local, Line or Off for Loopback option.
Port #01
LOOPBACK
LOOPBACK
*OFF
5.2 Alarm
The Alarm menu is used to view the alarm queue and alarm history, to clear the alarm queue, alarm history,
and alarm relay, as well as setup alarm threshold, etc..
O-9300 E1/T1-FOM
Alarm
5.2.1 Alarm Queue
The Alarm Queue menu is used to view the alarm queue. From the Alarm menu, use the arrow keys to select
Alarm Queue menu. Then press ENTER.
Alarm
Alarm Queue
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The alarm queue is a list of the latest 40 alarms from the unit selected. The upper right shows the alarm
sequence and the total number of alarms. The lower left is the alarm type number. The lower right is the date
and time of the alarm.
Alarm Queue
01 E1#8 UAS
01 E1#8 UAS
00:01:30 10/02
5.2.2 Alarm History
Alarm History menu is used to view alarm history. Under Alarm menu, use left or right key to select Alarm
History menu.
Alarm
Alarm History
5.2.2.1
Optical #n
Use arrow keys to select Optical and press ENTER to view its alarm history.
Alarm History
Optical #1
Opt. #1 LOF
DIS
OK
0000
5.2.2.2
E1 #n
Use arrow keys to select E1 and press ENTER to view its alarm history.
Alarm History
E1#01 LOS
E1#01 LOS
ENB ALM
0001
5.2.3 Alarm Clear
Alarm Clear menu is used to clear alarm queue and history. Under Alarm menu, use left or right key to select
Alarm Clear menu.
Alarm
Alarm Clear
Press ENTER to confirm the clear.
Alarm Clear
Confirm ?
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Alarm Clear
Clearning...OK
5.2.4 Alarm Setup
The Alarm Setup menu is used to set up the threshold level of each alarm type, and enable alarm relay and
auto dial out function. Some types of alarm do not have threshold levels. From the Alarm menu, use the arrow
keys to select Alarm Setup menu.
Alarm
Alarm Setup
5.2.4.1
Alarm Type
Press ENTER to enter into the submenu.
Alarm Setup
Alarm Type
Use arrow keys to select the desired alarm type.
Alarm Type
Alarm Cut Off
Alarm Cut Off
*ENABLE
Alarm Type
Opt. Switch
Opt. Switch
*ENABLE
Alarm Type
Power Fail
Power Fail
*ENABLE
Alarm Type
Relay
Relay
*ENABLE
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Alarm Type
Opt. LOF
Opt. LOF
*ENABLE
Alarm Type
Opt. ES
Opt. ES
*ENABLE
Alarm Type
Opt. SES
Opt. SES
*ENABLE
Alarm Type
Opt. UAS
Opt. UAS
*ENABLE
Alarm Type
E1 LOS
E1 LOS
*ENABLE
Alarm Type
E1 AIS
E1 AIS
*ENABLE
Alarm Type
E1 BPV
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E1 BPV
*ENABLE
Alarm Type
E1 ES
E1 ES
*ENABLE
Alarm Type
E1 SES
E1 SES
*ENABLE
Alarm Type
E1 UAS
E1 UAS
*ENABLE
Alarm Type
Hot Swapping
Hot Swapping
*ENABLE
Alarm Type
BRG Link Change
BRG Link Change
*ENABLE
5.2.4.2
Threshold
To setup ES, SES, UAS, and BPV is similar. For example, to setup E1 Line Bipolar Violation threshold level
and press ENTER.
Alarm Setup
Threshold
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Threshold
Opt. ES
To change threshold level of BPV (or ES, SES, UAS), use left or right arrow key to cycle through to the digit
position, and press ENTER key to cycle through the number. This operation must be concluded by moving left
or right arrow key to OK position and press ENTER to enable the changes.
Opt. ES
*900
OK
(1-900)
5.2.5 Alarm Cut-Off
This menu is used to cut off alarm queue and history.
Alarm
Alarm Cut-Off
Alarm Cut-Off
Confirm ?
Press ENTER from the above menu.
Alarm Cut-Off
ACO...OK
5.3 Diagnostic
Diagnostic group includes local loopback for optical and analogic local loopback, digital local loopback, and
line loopback for DS1.
O-9300 E1/T1-FOM
Diagnostic
5.3.1 Optical
Use arrow keys to select Optical option, press ENTER.
Diagnostic
Optical
Two options, Off and Local Loopback, are available for Optical. Move the cursor to the desired option, then
press ENTER to confirm it. The current selection will be highlighted by an asterisk (*).
Optical
*Off
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5.3.2 E1 #n
Use arrow keys to select E1 #1, press ENTER.
Diagnostic
E1 #1
Four options are available for DS1: Off, Analogic Local Loopback, Digital Local Loopback, and Line Loopback.
Move the cursor to the desired option, then press ENTER to confirm it. The current selection will be highlighted
by an asterisk (*).
E1 #1
*Off
5.4 Performance
Performance group includes clear performance, optical performance, and DS1 performance.
O-9300 E1/T1-FOM
Performance
5.4.1 Performance Clear
Use arrow keys to select Perf. Clear to clear performance.
Performance
Perf. Clear
Perf. Clear
Confirm ?
Press ENTER from the above menu to confirm it.
Perf. Clear
Clearing...OK
5.4.2 Optical #n
This menu is used to display performance report for optical.
Performance
Optical #1
Use arrow keys to switch the desired performance parameters.
Optical #1
ES
Press ENER from the above menu to view the detail information.
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Cur.15m Cur.24h
000
00000
last
2
3
4
000 000 000 000
5.4.3 E1 #n
This menu is used to display performance report for DS1.
Performance
E1 #1
Use arrow keys to switch the desired performance parameters.
E1 #1
ES
Press ENER from the above menu to view the detail information.
Cur.15m
000
Cur.24h
00000
last last 2 last
3 last 4
000 000 000 000
5.5 Status
The Status menus are used to browser protection status, EOC status, optical status, and DS1 status.
O-9300 E1/T1-FOM
Status
5.5.1 Optical #n
Use arrow keys to select Optical #n, press ENTER to enter into its submenu.
Status
Optical #1
5.5.1.1
Protection Status
This menu is used to check the protection function enable or disable.
Optical #1
Protection Status
Protection Status
Working
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5.5.1.2
EOC (Embedded Operation Channel) Status
This menu is used to check the embedded operation channel is ready or not.
Optical #1
EOC Status
Press ENTER from the above menu to display its status.
EOC Status
Ready
5.5.1.3
Optical Status
This menu is used to display the detail information for optical status.
Optical #1
Optical Status
Press ENTER from the above menu.
Optical Status
LOF QRSS ES
LOF QRSS ES
NO 00000 00000
5.5.2 E1 #n
This menu is used to display the detail information for DS1.
Status
E1 #1
E1 #1
LOF AIS
LOF
YES
AIS
NO
BPV
ES
00000 00000
5.6 Information
The information menu provides detail information for software, hardware, and serial numbers.
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O-9300 E1/T1-FOM
Information
5.6.1 Software Version
This menu displays the system software version and date.
Information
Software Version
Press ENTER from the above menu.
Software Version
V1.05 05/04/2004
5.6.2 Hardware Version
This menu displays the system hardware version and date.
Information
Hardware Version
Press ENTER from the above menu.
Hardware Version
Ver.E 01/2003
5.6.3 Serial Number
This menu displays the unit’s serial number.
Information
Serial Number
Press ENTER from the above menu.
Serial Number
1123354
5.7 Miscellaneous
The Miscellaneous group includes: lock front panel, store configuration, retrieve configuration, load default,
and reset system.
O-9300 E1/T1-FOM
Miscellaneous
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5.7.1 Lock Front Panel
This menu is used to control LCD panel operation. Normally, configuration can be changed from the front
panel. Front panel configuration changes can be disabled by selecting this menu. With a locked front panel,
read only configuration information and line status can be obtained.
Miscellaneous
Lock front panel
To disable the function, a password must be entered.
Lock front panel
*DISABLE
Use arrow keys to select a desired number or character, press ENTER. Then move the cursor at OK, press
ENTER to enable the password. Password modification can only be done by using terminal operation.
PW:__________ OK
0123456789ABCDEF
5.7.2 Store Configuration
This menu is used to store system configuration.
Miscellaneous
Store Config.
Store Config.
Confirm ?
Press ENTER from the above menu to done the saving.
Store Config.
Saving...OK
5.7.3 Retrieve Configuration
This menu is used to retrieve system configuration.
Miscellaneous
Retrieve Config.
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Retrieve Config.
Confirm ?
Press ENTER from the above menu to done the retrieving.
Retrieve Config.
Retrieving...OK
5.7.4 Load Default
This menu is used to download default.
Miscellaneous
Load Default
Load Default
Confirm ?
Before loading default, a password must be entered.
PW:XXXX______ OK
0123456789ABCDEF
Press ENTER from the above menu to confirm the download.
Load Default.
Waiting...OK
5.7.5 System Reset
This menu is used to reset the system.
Miscellaneous
System Reset
Two way for system reset are available: warm restart or cold restart. Use arrow key to select the desired way
for resetting.
System Reset
Warm Restart
Press ENTER from the above menu.
Warm Restart
Confirm ?
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Before restarting the system, a password must be entered.
PW:XXXX______ OK
0123456789ABCDEF
Use arrow keys to select a desired number or character, press ENTER. Then move the cursor at OK, press
ENTER to enable the password. Password modification can only be done by using terminal operation.
PW:XXXX______ OK
Reset Now...
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6 TERMINAL OPERATION
The Loop-O9330 provides comprehensive and enhanced configuration and test capability through the console
port. A VT-100 type terminal or a modem can be connected to the console port on the front of the Loop-O9330.
By use of single-character commands and arrow keys, the Loop-O9330 can be configured and tested. The
single-character commands are not case sensitive. On each screen, the available commands and the
configurable fields are highlighted.
When a VT-100 terminal is connected to the CONSOLE port of the Loop-O9330, a main menu is displayed on
the VT-100 monitor. The main menu consists of four groups of commands, DISPLAY, LOG, SETUP, and
MISC. All commands are detailed in the VT-100 Controller Menu Tree illustrations below.
Figure 6-1 VT-100 Menu Tree Overview
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6.1
Log On and Password Setup
6.1.1
Log On/off
When the Loop-O9330 is powered on, the screen will show as below. If the terminal screen is illegible, press
the Enter and Esc key alternatively to bring up the main menu. This is particularly needed if the terminal is
connected to the controller while the power is already applied. If the main menu still fails to appear, check to
see that the terminal is configured as 9600, 8, n, 1, and that a proper null modem or a null modem cable is
used.
The main menu appears like following screen after the O9330 is powered on.
FOM
=== Mai n M enu ===
2 1:06 :21 02 /06/ 200 8
Seri al Num ber
: 12 6215
Hard war e V ersi on: Ve r.D
Firm war e V ersi on: V1 .06. 01 09/ 02/2 008
Devi ce Nam e : LOO P O 9330
Conn ect Po rt: SUP V_P ORT
Star t T ime
: 22: 55: 05 0 2/0 1/2 008
[DIS PLA Y]
1 -> 1 Hou r Pe rf. Re port
2 -> 24 Ho ur P erf . R epor t
C -> Sy ste m Co nfi gur atio n
Q -> Al arm Que ue
H -> Al arm His tor y
I -> Li ne Stat us
[SET UP]
[LOG ]
F -> Lo g O ff [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
O -> Lo g O n [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
R -> Co nne ct t o R emo te T erm ina l
[MIS C]
>>SP ACE ba r to re fre sh o r e nte r a com man d == =>
Press O to logon.
FOM
=== Mai n M enu ===
2 1:06 :21 02 /06/ 200 8
Seri al Num ber
: 12 6215
Hard war e V ersi on: Ve r.D
Firm war e V ersi on: V1 .06. 01 09/ 02/2 008
Devi ce Nam e : LOO P O 9330
Conn ect Po rt: SUP V_P ORT
Star t T ime
: 22: 55: 05 0 2/0 1/2 008
[DIS PLA Y]
1 -> 1 Hou r Pe rf. Re port
2 -> 24 Ho ur P erf . R epor t
C -> Sy ste m Co nfi gur atio n
Q -> Al arm Que ue
H -> Al arm His tor y
I -> Li ne Stat us
[SET UP]
P -> Pa ssw ord Set up
S -> Sy ste m Se tup
M -> Sy ste m Al arm Se tup
T -> Lo opb ack Tes t
L -> Fi le Tran sfe r
V -> St ore /Ret rie ve Conf igu rat ion
[LOG ]
F -> Lo g O ff [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
O -> Lo g O n [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
R -> Co nne ct t o R emo te T erm ina l
[MIS C]
A -> Al arm Cut Of f
K -> Cl ear Per for man ce D ata
X -> Cl ear Ala rm Que ue a nd His tory
Y -> Re tur n to De fau lt
Z -> Sy ste m Re set
>>SP ACE ba r to re fre sh o r e nte r a com man d == =>
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To logoff, press F.
FOM
=== Mai n M enu ===
2 1:06 :21 02 /06/ 200 8
Seri al Num ber
: 12 6215
Hard war e V ersi on: Ve r.D
Firm war e V ersi on: V1 .06. 01 09/ 02/2 008
Devi ce Nam e : LOO P O 9330
Conn ect Po rt: SUP V_P ORT
Star t T ime
: 22: 55: 05 0 2/0 1/2 008
[DIS PLA Y]
1 -> 1 Hou r Pe rf. Re port
2 -> 24 Ho ur P erf . R epor t
C -> Sy ste m Co nfi gur atio n
Q -> Al arm Que ue
H -> Al arm His tor y
I -> Li ne Stat us
[SET UP]
[LOG ]
F -> Lo g O ff [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
O -> Lo g O n [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
R -> Co nne ct t o R emo te T erm ina l
[MIS C]
>>SP ACE ba r to re fre sh o r e nte r a com man d == =>
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6.2
1 Hour Peformance Report
The full menu path for 1 Hour Performance Report is as follows:
O > Log On
1 > 1 Hour Perf. Report
To view 1 hour performance report, press "1" from Main Menu.
FOM
=== Mai n M enu ===
2 1:06 :21 02 /06/ 200 8
Seri al Num ber
: 12 6215
Hard war e V ersi on: Ve r.D
Firm war e V ersi on: V1 .06. 01 09/ 02/2 008
Devi ce Nam e : LOO P O 9330
Conn ect Po rt: SUP V_P ORT
Star t T ime
: 22: 55: 05 0 2/0 1/2 008
[DIS PLA Y]
1 -> 1 Hou r Pe rf. Re port
2 -> 24 Ho ur P erf . R epor t
C -> Sy ste m Co nfi gur atio n
Q -> Al arm Que ue
H -> Al arm His tor y
I -> Li ne Stat us
[SET UP]
P -> Pa ssw ord Set up
S -> Sy ste m Se tup
M -> Sy ste m Al arm Se tup
T -> Lo opb ack Tes t
L -> Fi le Tran sfe r
V -> St ore /Ret rie ve Conf igu rat ion
[LOG ]
F -> Lo g O ff [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
O -> Lo g O n [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
R -> Co nne ct t o R emo te T erm ina l
[MIS C]
A -> Al arm Cut Of f
K -> Cl ear Per for man ce D ata
X -> Cl ear Ala rm Que ue a nd His tory
Y -> Re tur n to De fau lt
Z -> Sy ste m Re set
>>SP ACE ba r to re fre sh o r e nte r a com man d == =>
The screen will show as below. Use TAB key to roll the desired option.
FOM
= == 1 Ho ur Per form anc e R epor t = ==
ARRO W K EYS : CU RSO R M OVE, TA B: ROLL OP TIO NS
Perf orm anc e Po rt : O ptic al# 1
Perf orm anc e Ty pe : U SER
<< P res s E SC k ey to abor t, ENT ER k ey to show Pe rf. Rep ort >>
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Press ENTER from the above screen to show the detail performance report as below shows.
FOM
Opti cal #1 USER
= == 1 Ho ur Per form anc e R epor t = ==
2 1:0 6:2 1 02 /06 /20 08
-- V ali d S econ ds in Curr ent 15 -Min In ter val : 8 98 seco nds
( ES)
(SE S)
( UAS)
C urr ent 15- Min In terv al
:
0
0
0
1 st Nea rest 15 -Mi n In ter val :
0
0
0
2 nd Nea rest 15 -Mi n In ter val :
0
0
0
3 rd Nea rest 15 -Mi n In ter val :
0
0
0
4 th Nea rest 15 -Mi n In ter val :
0
0
0
-- V ali d 1 5-Mi n I nte rval s i n C urre nt 24- Hour In ter val: 59
( ES)
(SE S)
( UAS)
C urr ent 24- Hou r I nter val
:
4
4
0
0 9/3 0/2 002
: - --- --- -- ---0 9/2 9/2 002
: - --- --- -- ---0 9/2 8/2 002
: - --- --- -- ---0 9/2 7/2 002
: - --- --- -- ---0 9/2 6/2 002
: - --- --- -- ---0 9/2 5/2 002
: - --- --- -- ---0 9/2 4/2 002
: - --- --- -- ---<< E SC key to ret urn to pre vio us m enu , S PACE ba r t o re fre sh >>
FOM
= == 1 Ho ur Per form anc e R epor t = ==
ARRO W K EYS : CU RSO R M OVE, TA B: ROLL OP TIO NS
Perf orm anc e Po rt : D S1#0 1
Perf orm anc e Ty pe : U SER
<< P res s E SC k ey to abor t, ENT ER k ey to show Pe rf. Rep ort >>
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FOM
DS1# 01
2 1:0 6:2 1 02 /06 /20 08
USER
-- V ali d S econ ds in Curr ent 15 -Min In ter val : 1 8 s econ ds
( ES)
(SE S)
( UAS)
(BP V)
C urr ent 15- Min In terv al
:
0
0
18
0
1 st Nea rest 15 -Mi n In ter val :
0
0
900
0
2 nd Nea rest 15 -Mi n In ter val :
0
0
900
0
3 rd Nea rest 15 -Mi n In ter val :
0
0
900
0
4 th Nea rest 15 -Mi n In ter val :
0
0
900
0
-- V ali d 1 5-Mi n I nte rval s i n C urre nt 24- Hour In ter val: 60
( ES)
(SE S)
( UAS)
(BP V)
C urr ent 24- Hou r I nter val
:
0
0
5 3880
0
0 9/3 0/2 002
: - --- --- -- ------ ---0 9/2 9/2 002
: - --- --- -- ------ ---0 9/2 8/2 002
: - --- --- -- ------ ---0 9/2 7/2 002
: - --- --- -- ------ ---0 9/2 6/2 002
: - --- --- -- ------ ---0 9/2 5/2 002
: - --- --- -- ------ ---0 9/2 4/2 002
: - --- --- -- ------ ---<< E SC key to ret urn to pre vio us m enu , S PACE ba r t o re fre sh >>
6.3
24 Hour Peformance Report
The full menu path for 24 Hour Performance Report is as follows:
O > Log On
2 > 24 Hour Perf. Report
Under Main Menu, press “2” to display 24 hours performance report.
FOM
=== Mai n M enu ===
2 1:06 :21 02 /06/ 200 8
Seri al Num ber
: 12 6215
Hard war e V ersi on: Ve r.D
Firm war e V ersi on: V1 .06. 01 09/ 02/2 008
Devi ce Nam e : LOO P O 9330
Conn ect Po rt: SUP V_P ORT
Star t T ime
: 22: 55: 05 0 2/0 1/2 008
[DIS PLA Y]
1 -> 1 Hou r Pe rf. Re port
2 -> 24 Ho ur P erf . R epor t
C -> Sy ste m Co nfi gur atio n
Q -> Al arm Que ue
H -> Al arm His tor y
I -> Li ne Stat us
[SET UP]
P -> Pa ssw ord Set up
S -> Sy ste m Se tup
M -> Sy ste m Al arm Se tup
T -> Lo opb ack Tes t
L -> Fi le Tran sfe r
V -> St ore /Ret rie ve Conf igu rat ion
[LOG ]
F -> Lo g O ff [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
O -> Lo g O n [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
R -> Co nne ct t o R emo te T erm ina l
[MIS C]
A -> Al arm Cut Of f
K -> Cl ear Per for man ce D ata
X -> Cl ear Ala rm Que ue a nd His tory
Y -> Re tur n to De fau lt
Z -> Sy ste m Re set
>>SP ACE ba r to re fre sh o r e nte r a com man d == =>
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Use TAB key to select the desired option.
FOM
== = 2 4 Ho urs Pe rfor man ce Repo rt ===
ARRO W K EYS : CU RSO R M OVE, TA B: ROLL OP TIO NS
2 1:0 6:2 1 02 /06 /20 08
Perf orm anc e Po rt : O ptic al# 1
Perf orm anc e Ty pe : U SER
Perf orm anc e Re gs : E S
<< P res s E SC k ey to abor t, ENT ER k ey to show Pe rf. Rep ort >>
To view the detail performance report, press ENTER from the above screen. Then the following screen will
show up.
FOM
== = 2 4 Ho urs Pe rfor man ce Repo rt ===
Opti cal #1 USER
-- V ali d S econ ds in Curr ent 15 -Min In ter val : 3 5 s econ ds
-- V ali d 1 5-Mi n I nte rval s i n C urre nt 24- Hour In ter val: 60
( ES)
(SE S)
( UAS)
C urr ent 15- Min In terv al
:
0
0
0
C urr ent 24- Hou r I nter val
:
4
4
0
-- U SER ,
0 1-0 8
0 9-1 6
1 7-2 4
2 5-3 2
3 3-4 0
4 1-4 8
4 9-5 6
5 7-6 4
6 5-7 2
7 3-8 0
8 1-8 8
8 9-9 6
E S , Las t 9 6 15 -Mi n
>
0
0
0
>
0
0
0
>
0
0
0
>
0
0
0
>
0
0
0
>
0
0
0
>
0
0
0
>
0
0
0
> --- -- --- -- - --- > --- -- --- -- - --- > --- -- --- -- - --- > --- -- --- -- - --- -
I nter val :
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
-- --- ---- -- --- ---- -- --- ---- -- --- ---- -- ---
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
--- ---- ---- ---- ---- --
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
--- ---- ---- ---- ---- --
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
- --- - --- - --- - --- - --- -
<< E SC key to ret urn to pre vio us m enu , S PACE ba r t o re fre sh >>
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FOM
== = 2 4 Ho urs Pe rfor man ce Repo rt ===
ARRO W K EYS : CU RSO R M OVE, TA B: ROLL OP TIO NS
2 1:0 6:2 1 02 /06 /20 08
Perf orm anc e Po rt : D S1#0 1
Perf orm anc e Ty pe : U SER
Perf orm anc e Re gs : E S
<< P res s E SC k ey to abor t, ENT ER k ey to show Pe rf. Rep ort >>
FOM
2 1:0 6:2 1 02 /06 /20 08
DS1# 01
USER
-- V ali d S econ ds in Curr ent 15 -Min In ter val : 4 7 s econ ds
-- V ali d 1 5-Mi n I nte rval s i n C urre nt 24- Hour In ter val: 60
( ES)
(SE S)
( UAS)
(BP V)
C urr ent 15- Min In terv al
:
0
0
47
0
C urr ent 24- Hou r I nter val
:
0
0
5 3880
0
-- U SER ,
0 1-0 8
0 9-1 6
1 7-2 4
2 5-3 2
3 3-4 0
4 1-4 8
4 9-5 6
5 7-6 4
6 5-7 2
7 3-8 0
8 1-8 8
8 9-9 6
E S , Las t 9 6 15 -Mi n
>
0
0
0
>
0
0
0
>
0
0
0
>
0
0
0
>
0
0
0
>
0
0
0
>
0
0
0
>
0
0
0
> --- -- --- -- - --- > --- -- --- -- - --- > --- -- --- -- - --- > --- -- --- -- - --- -
I nter val :
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
-- --- ---- -- --- ---- -- --- ---- -- --- ---- -- ---
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
--- ---- ---- ---- ---- --
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
--- ---- ---- ---- ---- --
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
- --- - --- - --- - --- - --- -
<< E SC key to ret urn to pre vio us m enu , S PACE ba r t o re fre sh >>
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6.4 System Configuration
The full menu path for System Configuration is as follows:
O > Log On
C > System Configuration
To display system configuration, press “C” from the Main Menu.
FOM
=== Mai n M enu ===
2 1:06 :21 02 /06/ 200 8
Seri al Num ber
: 12 6215
Hard war e V ersi on: Ve r.D
Firm war e V ersi on: V1 .06. 01 09/ 02/2 008
Devi ce Nam e : LOO P O 9330
Conn ect Po rt: SUP V_P ORT
Star t T ime
: 22: 55: 05 0 2/0 1/2 008
[DIS PLA Y]
1 -> 1 Hou r Pe rf. Re port
2 -> 24 Ho ur P erf . R epor t
C -> Sy ste m Co nfi gur atio n
Q -> Al arm Que ue
H -> Al arm His tor y
I -> Li ne Stat us
[SET UP]
P -> Pa ssw ord Set up
S -> Sy ste m Se tup
M -> Sy ste m Al arm Se tup
T -> Lo opb ack Tes t
L -> Fi le Tran sfe r
V -> St ore /Ret rie ve Conf igu rat ion
[LOG ]
F -> Lo g O ff [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
O -> Lo g O n [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
R -> Co nne ct t o R emo te T erm ina l
[MIS C]
A -> Al arm Cut Of f
K -> Cl ear Per for man ce D ata
X -> Cl ear Ala rm Que ue a nd His tory
Y -> Re tur n to De fau lt
Z -> Sy ste m Re set
>>SP ACE ba r to re fre sh o r e nte r a com man d == =>
The submenu for System Configuration will show as below. Press A.
FOM
== = S yste m C onf igur ati on ===
A
B
S
V
R
->
->
->
->
->
2 1:03 :47 02 /06/ 200 8
Sys tem
Boa rd Inf orma tio n
SNT P S tat us
V.3 5 C ard
Bri dge Re port
<< P res s E SC k ey to retu rn to Main Me nu or e nte r a com man d > >
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6.4.1
System
Press “A” from the above menu, the detail information about system configuration will show up.
FOM
= == S yst em Conf igu rat ion ===
[Sys tem ]
IP I nte rfa ce
:
IP A ddr ess
:
Subn et Mas k
:
Trap IP Ad dres s:
Devi ce Nam e
:
Syst em Loc atio n:
ETH ERNE T_P ORT
140 .132 .09 3.0 05
255 .255 .00 0.0 00
Gate way IP
: 000 .000 .00 0.0 00
255 .255 .25 5.2 55
Comm uni ty Name : xxx xxx
LOO P O9 330
8F, No. 8 H sin Ann Rd .
Sci ence -Ba sed Ind ust ria l Pa rk
Hsi nchu , 3 007 7 Ta iwa n
Syst em Con tact : Nam e:FA E
Tel :+88 6-3 -57 8769 6
E-m ail: FAE @lo op.c om. tw
[CON SOL E p ort]
Baud Ra te
Data Le ngt h
Stop Bi t
Pari ty
:
:
:
:
2 1:0 3:4 7 02 /06 /20 08
Fax :+88 6-3 -57 8769 5
384 00
8-B its
1-B it
NON E
<< E SC key to ret urn to pre vio us m enu , S PACE ba r t o re fre sh >>
6.4.2
Board Information
To view Board Information, press "B" from System Configuration Menu.
The full menu path for Board Information is as follows:
O > Log On
C > System Configuration
B > Board Information
Press “C” from the Main Menu, the detail information about unit status will show as below.
FOM
=== Mai n M enu ===
2 1:06 :21 02 /06/ 200 8
Seri al Num ber
: 12 6215
Hard war e V ersi on: Ve r.D
Firm war e V ersi on: V1 .06. 01 09/ 02/2 008
Devi ce Nam e : LOO P O 9330
Conn ect Po rt: SUP V_P ORT
Star t T ime
: 22: 55: 05 0 2/0 1/2 008
[DIS PLA Y]
1 -> 1 Hou r Pe rf. Re port
2 -> 24 Ho ur P erf . R epor t
C -> Sy ste m Co nfi gur atio n
Q -> Al arm Que ue
H -> Al arm His tor y
I -> Li ne Stat us
[SET UP]
P -> Pa ssw ord Set up
S -> Sy ste m Se tup
M -> Sy ste m Al arm Se tup
T -> Lo opb ack Tes t
L -> Fi le Tran sfe r
V -> St ore /Ret rie ve Conf igu rat ion
[LOG ]
F -> Lo g O ff [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
O -> Lo g O n [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
R -> Co nne ct t o R emo te T erm ina l
[MIS C]
A -> Al arm Cut Of f
K -> Cl ear Per for man ce D ata
X -> Cl ear Ala rm Que ue a nd His tory
Y -> Re tur n to De fau lt
Z -> Sy ste m Re set
>>SP ACE ba r to re fre sh o r e nte r a com man d == =>
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FOM
=== System Configuration ===
A
B
S
V
R
->
->
->
->
->
21:03:47 02/06/2008
System
Board Information
SNTP Status
V.35 Card
Bridge Report
<< Press ESC key to return to Main Menu or enter a command >>
FOM
=== Board Information ===
21:03:47 02/06/2008
[Optical #01]
Type
Outline
Wavelength Tx
Wavelength Rx
:
:
:
:
[slot #01]
V.35Line Type
:
[slot #03]
Line Type
Blackplace
: Not Exist
: Not Exist
[Power Back below]
[Power Back above]
[Power Front]
: DC-FAIL
: NONE
: AC-OK
[FPGA]
: Standard, E1 Backward Compatible, Ver.0x2
Dual
SC
1310 nm
1310 nm
[Optical #02]
Type
Outline
Wavelength Tx
Wavelength Rx
:
:
:
:
[slot #02]
Line Type
Blackplace
: E1 Unframed
: RJ48C
[slot #04]
Line Type
Blackplace
: Not Exist
: Not Exist
NA
NA
NA
NA
<< ESC key to return to previous menu, SPACE bar to refresh >>
NOTE:
1. The type shown Dual is dual unidirectional fiber optical module card with SC connector; the type shown
Single is single bi-directional fiber optical module card with SC connector. The type shown SFP is SFP
optical housing plug-in card without SFP optical module.
2. When the optical module card is not available, the type, outline, wavelength Tx and wavelength Rx of the
associated SFP will be shown as NA. See Optical #01 shows below.
3. When the optical module card exist but with no SFP, the outline, wavelength Tx and wavelength Rx of
possible SFP will be shown as NA and type will be shown as Not Exist. See optical #02 shows below
FOM
[Optical #01]
Type
Outline
Wavelength Tx
Wavelength Rx
=== Board Information ===
:
:
:
:
NA
NA
NA
NA
[Optical #02]
Type
Outline
Wavelength Tx
Wavelength Rx
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00:03:14 04/01/2010
:
:
:
:
Not Exist
NA
NA
NA
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6.4.3
SNTP Status
To view SNTP Status, press "S" from System Configuration Menu.
The full menu path for Board Information is as follows:
O > Log On
C > System Configuration
S > SNTP Status
Press “C” from the Main Menu, the detail information about unit status will show as below.
FOM
=== Mai n M enu ===
2 1:06 :21 02 /06/ 200 8
Seri al Num ber
: 12 6215
Hard war e V ersi on: Ve r.D
Firm war e V ersi on: V1 .06. 01 09/ 02/2 008
Devi ce Nam e : LOO P O 9330
Conn ect Po rt: SUP V_P ORT
Star t T ime
: 22: 55: 05 0 2/0 1/2 008
[DIS PLA Y]
1 -> 1 Hou r Pe rf. Re port
2 -> 24 Ho ur P erf . R epor t
C -> Sy ste m Co nfi gur atio n
Q -> Al arm Que ue
H -> Al arm His tor y
I -> Li ne Stat us
[SET UP]
P -> Pa ssw ord Set up
S -> Sy ste m Se tup
M -> Sy ste m Al arm Se tup
T -> Lo opb ack Tes t
L -> Fi le Tran sfe r
V -> St ore /Ret rie ve Conf igu rat ion
[LOG ]
F -> Lo g O ff [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
O -> Lo g O n [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
R -> Co nne ct t o R emo te T erm ina l
[MIS C]
A -> Al arm Cut Of f
K -> Cl ear Per for man ce D ata
X -> Cl ear Ala rm Que ue a nd His tory
Y -> Re tur n to De fau lt
Z -> Sy ste m Re set
>>SP ACE ba r to re fre sh o r e nte r a com man d == =>
Press “S” from the System Configuration to display SNTP (Simple Network Time Protocol) server status.
FOM
=== System Configuration ===
A
B
S
V
R
->
->
->
->
->
21:03:47 02/06/2008
System
Board Information
SNTP Status
V.35 Card
Bridge Report
<< Press ESC key to return to Main Menu or enter a command >>
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This scrren will show up the current IP addresses of SNTP servers, SNTP timezone, and the last update time.
See also below screen.
NOTE: The range for SNTP timezone is -12 to +12.
FOM
= == SNTP st atu s == =
21:03:47 02/06/2008
SNTP se rve r 1 : 1 40. 113. 001 .00 3
SNTP se rve r 2 : 0 00. 000. 000 .00 0
SNTP ti mez one : + 8
SNTP up dat e pe rio d ( hour s) : 0 00, (0 to disa ble )
Curr ent SN TP s erv er : 14 0.1 13. 001. 003
Last up dat e ti me at : 10 :47 :20 01/ 17/ 200 5
<< E SC key to ret urn to pre vio us m enu , S PACE ba r t o re fre sh >>
6.4.4
V.35 Card
To view V.35 Card, press "V" from System Configuration Menu.
The full menu path for V.35 Card is as follows:
O > Log On
C > System Configuration
V > V.35 Card
Press “C” from the Main Menu, the detail information about unit status will show as below.
FOM
=== Mai n M enu ===
2 1:06 :21 02 /06/ 200 8
Seri al Num ber
: 12 6215
Hard war e V ersi on: Ve r.D
Firm war e V ersi on: V1 .06. 01 09/ 02/2 008
Devi ce Nam e : LOO P O 9330
Conn ect Po rt: SUP V_P ORT
Star t T ime
: 22: 55: 05 0 2/0 1/2 008
[DIS PLA Y]
1 -> 1 Hou r Pe rf. Re port
2 -> 24 Ho ur P erf . R epor t
C -> Sy ste m Co nfi gur atio n
Q -> Al arm Que ue
H -> Al arm His tor y
I -> Li ne Stat us
[SET UP]
P -> Pa ssw ord Set up
S -> Sy ste m Se tup
M -> Sy ste m Al arm Se tup
T -> Lo opb ack Tes t
L -> Fi le Tran sfe r
V -> St ore /Ret rie ve Conf igu rat ion
[LOG ]
F -> Lo g O ff [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
O -> Lo g O n [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
R -> Co nne ct t o R emo te T erm ina l
[MIS C]
A -> Al arm Cut Of f
K -> Cl ear Per for man ce D ata
X -> Cl ear Ala rm Que ue a nd His tory
Y -> Re tur n to De fau lt
Z -> Sy ste m Re set
>>SP ACE ba r to re fre sh o r e nte r a com man d == =>
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Press “V” from the System Configuration to display V.35 Card status.
FOM
=== System Configuration ===
A
B
S
V
R
->
->
->
->
->
21:03:47 02/06/2008
System
Board Information
SNTP Status
V.35 Card
Bridge Report
<< Press ESC key to return to Main Menu or enter a command >>
FOM
P01( S1P 1)
P02( S1P 2)
P03( S1P 3)
P04( S1P 4)
P05( S2P 1)
P06( S2P 2)
P07( S2P 3)
P08( S2P 4)
P09( S3P 1)
P10( S3P 2)
P11( S3P 3)
P12( S3P 4)
P13( S4P 1)
P14( S4P 2)
P15( S4P 3)
P16( S4P 4)
=== V.3 5 C ard Sta tus ===
[EN /DI S]
EN ABL E
EN ABL E
N/ A
N/ A
N/ A
N/ A
N/ A
N/ A
N/ A
N/ A
N/ A
N/ A
N/ A
N/ A
N/ A
N/ A
[Mo de]
DC E
DC E
[ Intf ]
V.35
V.35
[Sp eed]
un fram e
un fram e
2 1:04 :00 02 /06/ 200 8
[Cl kSrc ]
[TT M]
In tern al
OF F
Li ne
ON
<< E SC key to ret urn to pre vio us m enu , S PACE ba r t o re fre sh >>
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[DC D]
ON
ON
[RT S]
PE RM.
PE RM.
Chapter 6 Terminal Operation
6.4.5
Bridge Report
To view Bridge Report, press "R" from System Configuration Menu.
The full menu path for Bridge Report is as follows:
O > Log On
C > System Configuration
R > Bridge Report
Press “C” from the Main Menu, the detail information about unit status will show as below.
FOM
=== Mai n M enu ===
2 1:06 :21 02 /06/ 200 8
Seri al Num ber
: 12 6215
Hard war e V ersi on: Ve r.D
Firm war e V ersi on: V1 .06. 01 09/ 02/2 008
Devi ce Nam e : LOO P O 9330
Conn ect Po rt: SUP V_P ORT
Star t T ime
: 22: 55: 05 0 2/0 1/2 008
[DIS PLA Y]
1 -> 1 Hou r Pe rf. Re port
2 -> 24 Ho ur P erf . R epor t
C -> Sy ste m Co nfi gur atio n
Q -> Al arm Que ue
H -> Al arm His tor y
I -> Li ne Stat us
[SET UP]
P -> Pa ssw ord Set up
S -> Sy ste m Se tup
M -> Sy ste m Al arm Se tup
T -> Lo opb ack Tes t
L -> Fi le Tran sfe r
V -> St ore /Ret rie ve Conf igu rat ion
[LOG ]
F -> Lo g O ff [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
O -> Lo g O n [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
R -> Co nne ct t o R emo te T erm ina l
[MIS C]
A -> Al arm Cut Of f
K -> Cl ear Per for man ce D ata
X -> Cl ear Ala rm Que ue a nd His tory
Y -> Re tur n to De fau lt
Z -> Sy ste m Re set
>>SP ACE ba r to re fre sh o r e nte r a com man d == =>
FOM
=== System Configuration ===
A
B
S
V
R
->
->
->
->
->
21:03:47 02/06/2008
System
Board Information
SNTP Status
V.35 Card
Bridge Report
<< Press ESC key to return to Main Menu or enter a command >>
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Press “R” from the System Configuration menu to access the Bridge Report.
FOM
=== Bridge Report ===
[Port 1]
Link Status
Auto Negotiation
Speed
Duplex Mode
Aging
MAC Learning
Bandwidth Control
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
21:03:47 02/06/2008
[Port 2]
Link Status
Auto Negotiation
Speed
Duplex Mode
Aging
MAC Learning
Bandwidth Control
Down
ENABLE
10 Mbps
Half
ENABLE
ENABLE
DISABLE
[Port 3]
[Port 4]
Link Status
: Down
Link Status
Auto Negotiation
: ENABLE
Auto Negotiation
Speed
: 10 Mbps
Speed
Duplex Mode
: Half
Duplex Mode
Aging
: ENABLE
Aging
MAC Learning
: ENABLE
MAC Learning
Bandwidth Control
: DISABLE
Bandwidth Control
>> All Ports Setting <<
Aging Timer
: 300 Sec
Port Isolation
: Enable
Bridge Port1
: Disable
<< ESC key to return to previous menu, SPACE bar to refresh >>
6.5
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
Down
ENABLE
10 Mbps
Half
ENABLE
ENABLE
DISABLE
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
Down
ENABLE
10 Mbps
Half
ENABLE
ENABLE
DISABLE
Alarm Queue
The full menu path for Alarm Queue is as follows:
O > Log On
Q > Alarm Queue
To view Alarm Queue, press "Q" from Main Menu.
FOM
=== Mai n M enu ===
2 1:06 :21 02 /06/ 200 8
Seri al Num ber
: 12 6215
Hard war e V ersi on: Ve r.D
Firm war e V ersi on: V1 .06. 01 09/ 02/2 008
Devi ce Nam e : LOO P O 9330
Conn ect Po rt: SUP V_P ORT
Star t T ime
: 22: 55: 05 0 2/0 1/2 008
[DIS PLA Y]
1 -> 1 Hou r Pe rf. Re port
2 -> 24 Ho ur P erf . R epor t
C -> Sy ste m Co nfi gur atio n
Q -> Al arm Que ue
H -> Al arm His tor y
I -> Li ne Stat us
[SET UP]
P -> Pa ssw ord Set up
S -> Sy ste m Se tup
M -> Sy ste m Al arm Se tup
T -> Lo opb ack Tes t
L -> Fi le Tran sfe r
V -> St ore /Ret rie ve Conf igu rat ion
[LOG ]
F -> Lo g O ff [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
O -> Lo g O n [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
R -> Co nne ct t o R emo te T erm ina l
[MIS C]
A -> Al arm Cut Of f
K -> Cl ear Per for man ce D ata
X -> Cl ear Ala rm Que ue a nd His tory
Y -> Re tur n to De fau lt
Z -> Sy ste m Re set
>>SP ACE ba r to re fre sh o r e nte r a com man d == =>
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The Alarm Queue Summary will show as below.
FOM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
---------
E1- 8
E1- 7
E1- 6
E1- 5
E1- 4
E1- 3
E1- 2
E1- 1
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
LOS ,
LOS ,
LOS ,
LOS ,
LOS ,
LOS ,
LOS ,
LOS ,
=== Ala rm Que ue S umm ary ===
L ine- --- --- ---- --- --- ---- --- 23: 16:2 3
L ine- --- --- ---- --- --- ---- --- 23: 16:2 3
L ine- --- --- ---- --- --- ---- --- 23: 16:2 3
L ine- --- --- ---- --- --- ---- --- 23: 16:2 3
L ine- --- --- ---- --- --- ---- --- 23: 16:2 3
L ine- --- --- ---- --- --- ---- --- 23: 16:2 3
L ine- --- --- ---- --- --- ---- --- 23: 16:2 3
L ine- --- --- ---- --- --- ---- --- 23: 16:2 3
21: 06: 21 02/0 6/2 008
0 9/0 1/20 04
0 9/0 1/20 04
0 9/0 1/20 04
0 9/0 1/20 04
0 9/0 1/20 04
0 9/0 1/20 04
0 9/0 1/20 04
0 9/0 1/20 04
<< S PAC E b ar t o r efr esh or ESC key re tur n to ma in menu >>
FOM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
---------------------
= == A lar m Q ueue Su mma ry = ==
21: 06: 21 0 2/0 6/2 008
T1- 16 : UA S, Line --- --- ---- --- --- ---- --- 05: 15:0 1 0 9/0 1/20 04
T1- 15 : UA S, Line --- --- ---- --- --- ---- --- 05: 15:0 1 0 9/0 1/20 04
T1- 14 : UA S, Line --- --- ---- --- --- ---- --- 05: 15:0 1 0 9/0 1/20 04
T1- 13 : UA S, Line --- --- ---- --- --- ---- --- 05: 15:0 1 0 9/0 1/20 04
T1- 12 : UA S, Line --- --- ---- --- --- ---- --- 05: 15:0 1 0 9/0 1/20 04
T1- 11 : UA S, Line --- --- ---- --- --- ---- --- 05: 15:0 1 0 9/0 1/20 04
T1- 10 : UA S, Line --- --- ---- --- --- ---- --- 05: 15:0 1 0 9/0 1/20 04
T1- 9 : UAS , L ine- --- --- ---- --- --- ---- --- 05: 15:0 1 0 9/0 1/20 04
T1- 8 : UAS , L ine- --- --- ---- --- --- ---- --- 05: 15:0 1 0 9/0 1/20 04
T1- 7 : UAS , L ine- --- --- ---- --- --- ---- --- 05: 15:0 1 0 9/0 1/20 04
T1- 6 : UAS , L ine- --- --- ---- --- --- ---- --- 05: 15:0 1 0 9/0 1/20 04
T1- 5 : UAS , L ine- --- --- ---- --- --- ---- --- 05: 15:0 1 0 9/0 1/20 04
T1- 4 : UAS , L ine- --- --- ---- --- --- ---- --- 05: 15:0 1 0 9/0 1/20 04
T1- 3 : UAS , L ine- --- --- ---- --- --- ---- --- 05: 15:0 1 0 9/0 1/20 04
T1- 2 : UAS , L ine- --- --- ---- --- --- ---- --- 05: 15:0 1 0 9/0 1/20 04
T1- 1 : UAS , L ine- --- --- ---- --- --- ---- --- 05: 15:0 1 0 9/0 1/20 04
Opt ical -2 : U AS, Lin e-- ---- --- --- ---- --- 05: 15:0 1 0 9/0 1/20 04
T1- 16 : UA S, Line --- --- ---- --- --- ---- --- 05: 07:4 0 0 9/0 1/20 04
T1- 15 : UA S, Line --- --- ---- --- --- ---- --- 05: 07:4 0 0 9/0 1/20 04
T1- 14 : UA S, Line --- --- ---- --- --- ---- --- 05: 07:4 0 0 9/0 1/20 04
<< S PAC E b ar t o c han ge p age or ESC ke y r etur n m ain men u > >
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6.6
Alarm History
The full menu path for Alarm History is as follows:
O > Log On
H > Alarm History
To view Alarm History, press "H" from Main Menu.
FOM
=== Mai n M enu ===
2 1:06 :21 02 /06/ 200 8
Seri al Num ber
: 12 6215
Hard war e V ersi on: Ve r.D
Firm war e V ersi on: V1 .06. 01 09/ 02/2 008
Devi ce Nam e : LOO P O 9330
Conn ect Po rt: SUP V_P ORT
Star t T ime
: 22: 55: 05 0 2/0 1/2 008
[DIS PLA Y]
1 -> 1 Hou r Pe rf. Re port
2 -> 24 Ho ur P erf . R epor t
C -> Sy ste m Co nfi gur atio n
Q -> Al arm Que ue
H -> Al arm His tor y
I -> Li ne Stat us
[SET UP]
P -> Pa ssw ord Set up
S -> Sy ste m Se tup
M -> Sy ste m Al arm Se tup
T -> Lo opb ack Tes t
L -> Fi le Tran sfe r
V -> St ore /Ret rie ve Conf igu rat ion
[LOG ]
F -> Lo g O ff [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
O -> Lo g O n [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
R -> Co nne ct t o R emo te T erm ina l
[MIS C]
A -> Al arm Cut Of f
K -> Cl ear Per for man ce D ata
X -> Cl ear Ala rm Que ue a nd His tory
Y -> Re tur n to De fau lt
Z -> Sy ste m Re set
>>SP ACE ba r to re fre sh o r e nte r a com man d == =>
The screen will show as below. Then use TAB key to select the desired port.
FOM
= == Alar m H ist ory ===
ARRO W K EYS : CU RSO R M OVE, TA B: ROLL OP TIO NS
Sele ct Por t :
O ptic al
<< P res s E SC k ey to abor t, ENT ER k ey to cont inu e > >
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After done the port selection, press ENTER to show up the detail alarm history for it.
FOM
= == Alar m H ist ory ===
= Op tic al #1 =
[Ala rm Typ e] [ Cur r S tate ] [ Cou nt]
LOF , L ine
Di sab le
0
ES,
L ine
Di sab le
0
SES , L ine
Di sab le
0
UAS , L ine
Di sab le
0
21 :03 :47 02/ 06/ 200 8
= Op tic al #2 =
[Ala rm Typ e] [ Cur r S tate ] [ Cou nt]
LOF , L ine
Di sab le
0
ES,
L ine
Di sab le
0
SES , L ine
Di sab le
0
UAS , L ine
Di sab le
0
<< E SC key to ret urn to pre vio us m enu , S PACE ba r t o re fre sh >>
FOM
=== Ala rm His tory == =
2 1:03 :47 02 /06/ 200 8
= E1 #1 =
[Ala rm Typ e] [ Cur r S tate ] [ Cou nt]
LOS , L ine
Di sab le
0
AIS , L ine
Di sab le
0
BPV , L ine
Di sab le
0
ES,
L ine
Di sab le
0
SES , L ine
Di sab le
0
UAS , L ine
Di sab le
0
= E1 #2 =
[Ala rm Typ e] [ Cur r S tate ] [ Cou nt]
LOS , L ine
Di sab le
0
AIS , L ine
Di sab le
0
BPV , L ine
Di sab le
0
ES,
L ine
Di sab le
0
SES , L ine
Di sab le
0
UAS , L ine
Di sab le
0
= E1 #3 =
[Ala rm Typ e] [ Cur r S tate ] [ Cou nt]
LOS , L ine
Di sab le
0
AIS , L ine
Di sab le
0
BPV , L ine
Di sab le
0
ES,
L ine
Di sab le
0
SES , L ine
Di sab le
0
UAS , L ine
Di sab le
0
= E1 #4 =
[Ala rm Typ e] [ Cur r S tate ] [ Cou nt]
LOS , L ine
Di sab le
0
AIS , L ine
Di sab le
0
BPV , L ine
Di sab le
0
ES,
L ine
Di sab le
0
SES , L ine
Di sab le
0
UAS , L ine
Di sab le
0
<< E SC key to ret urn to pre vio us m enu , S PACE ba r t o re fre sh >>
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6.7
Line Status
To view Line Status, press "I" from Main Menu.
The full menu path for Board Information is as follows:
O > Log On
I > Line Status
To review the line status for fiber optical interface and E1/T1 interface, press “I” from the Main Menu.
FOM
=== Mai n M enu ===
2 1:06 :21 02 /06/ 200 8
Seri al Num ber
: 12 6215
Hard war e V ersi on: Ve r.D
Firm war e V ersi on: V1 .06. 01 09/ 02/2 008
Devi ce Nam e : LOO P O 9330
Conn ect Po rt: SUP V_P ORT
Star t T ime
: 22: 55: 05 0 2/0 1/2 008
[DIS PLA Y]
1 -> 1 Hou r Pe rf. Re port
2 -> 24 Ho ur P erf . R epor t
C -> Sy ste m Co nfi gur atio n
Q -> Al arm Que ue
H -> Al arm His tor y
I -> Li ne Stat us
[SET UP]
P -> Pa ssw ord Set up
S -> Sy ste m Se tup
M -> Sy ste m Al arm Se tup
T -> Lo opb ack Tes t
L -> Fi le Tran sfe r
V -> St ore /Ret rie ve Conf igu rat ion
[LOG ]
F -> Lo g O ff [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
O -> Lo g O n [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
R -> Co nne ct t o R emo te T erm ina l
[MIS C]
A -> Al arm Cut Of f
K -> Cl ear Per for man ce D ata
X -> Cl ear Ala rm Que ue a nd His tory
Y -> Re tur n to De fau lt
Z -> Sy ste m Re set
>>SP ACE ba r to re fre sh o r e nte r a com man d == =>
The screen will show as below.
FOM
=== Line Status ===
= Fiber Optical Interface =
#1
State
: Working
#1
LOF
: YES
#1
Framing error : 0
#1
Checksum error : 0
#1
ES error count : 0
#1
EOC Status
: Not Ready
= E1 Interface =
[No]
[LOS] [RxAIS/Tx]
#01 E1 YES
NO
YES
#02 E1 YES
NO
YES
#03 E1 YES
NO
YES
#04 E1 YES
NO
YES
#05 E1 YES
NO
YES
#06 E1 YES
NO
YES
#07 E1 YES
NO
YES
#08 E1 YES
NO
YES
[BPV] [ES]
0000000 00000
0000000 00000
0000000 00000
0000000 00000
0000000 00000
0000000 00000
0000000 00000
0000000 00002
#2
#2
#2
#2
#2
#2
21:0 3:4 7 02 /06 /20 08
State
LOF
Framing error
Checksum error
ES error count
EOC Status
:
:
:
:
:
:
Stand by
YES
0
0
0
Not Ready
[No]
[LOS] [RxAIS/Tx] [BPV]
#09 Not Exist
#10 Not Exist
#11 Not Exist
#12 Not Exist
#13 Not Exist
#14 Not Exist
#15 Not Exist
#16 Not Exist
<< ESC key to return to previous menu, SPACE bar to refresh >>
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6.8
Password Setup
The full menu path for Password Setup is as follows:
O > Log On
P > Password Setup
To change a password, press “P” from the Main Menu.
FOM
=== Mai n M enu ===
2 1:06 :21 02 /06/ 200 8
Seri al Num ber
: 12 6215
Hard war e V ersi on: Ve r.D
Firm war e V ersi on: V1 .06. 01 09/ 02/2 008
Devi ce Nam e : LOO P O 9330
Conn ect Po rt: SUP V_P ORT
Star t T ime
: 22: 55: 05 0 2/0 1/2 008
[DIS PLA Y]
1 -> 1 Hou r Pe rf. Re port
2 -> 24 Ho ur P erf . R epor t
C -> Sy ste m Co nfi gur atio n
Q -> Al arm Que ue
H -> Al arm His tor y
I -> Li ne Stat us
[SET UP]
P -> Pa ssw ord Set up
S -> Sy ste m Se tup
M -> Sy ste m Al arm Se tup
T -> Lo opb ack Tes t
L -> Fi le Tran sfe r
V -> St ore /Ret rie ve Conf igu rat ion
[LOG ]
F -> Lo g O ff [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
O -> Lo g O n [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
R -> Co nne ct t o R emo te T erm ina l
[MIS C]
A -> Al arm Cut Of f
K -> Cl ear Per for man ce D ata
X -> Cl ear Ala rm Que ue a nd His tory
Y -> Re tur n to De fau lt
Z -> Sy ste m Re set
>>SP ACE ba r to re fre sh o r e nte r a com man d == =>
This menu is used to enable, disable, and change password. Use TAB key to roll up the desired options, then
press ENTER to confirm the setting.
FOM
= == Pass wor d S etup (S yst em) ===
ARRO W K EYS : CU RSO R M OVE, TA B: ROLL OP TIO NS
Ena ble Pas swo rd : YE S
Cha nge Pas swo rd : NO
<< P res s E SC k ey to retu rn to prev iou s m enu >>
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6.9
System Setup - For E1
6.9.1
System
The full menu path for System is as follows:
O > Log On
S > System Setup
A > System
Press “C” from the Main menu, the detail information about unit status will show as below.
FOM
=== Mai n M enu ===
2 1:06 :21 02 /06/ 200 8
Seri al Num ber
: 12 6215
Hard war e V ersi on: Ve r.D
Firm war e V ersi on: V1 .06. 01 09/ 02/2 008
Devi ce Nam e : LOO P O 9330
Conn ect Po rt: SUP V_P ORT
Star t T ime
: 22: 55: 05 0 2/0 1/2 008
[DIS PLA Y]
1 -> 1 Hou r Pe rf. Re port
2 -> 24 Ho ur P erf . R epor t
C -> Sy ste m Co nfi gur atio n
Q -> Al arm Que ue
H -> Al arm His tor y
I -> Li ne Stat us
[SET UP]
P -> Pa ssw ord Set up
S -> Sy ste m Se tup
M -> Sy ste m Al arm Se tup
T -> Lo opb ack Tes t
L -> Fi le Tran sfe r
V -> St ore /Ret rie ve Conf igu rat ion
[LOG ]
F -> Lo g O ff [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
O -> Lo g O n [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
R -> Co nne ct t o R emo te T erm ina l
[MIS C]
A -> Al arm Cut Of f
K -> Cl ear Per for man ce D ata
X -> Cl ear Ala rm Que ue a nd His tory
Y -> Re tur n to De fau lt
Z -> Sy ste m Re set
>>SP ACE ba r to re fre sh o r e nte r a com man d == =>
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To setup system configuration, press “S” from the Main Menu. Then the submenu for system setup will show
up as below.
FOM
= == S yst em Setu p = ==
A
B
C
D
S
V
R
->
->
->
->
->
->
->
2 1:03 :47 02 /06/ 200 8
Sys tem
Net wor k C asca de
Com man d L ine
Opt ica l & T1/ E1 Opt ion
SNT P S etu p
V.3 5 C ard
Bri dge Se tup
<< P res s E SC k ey to retu rn to Main Me nu or e nte r a com man d > >
Press “A” from the above menu to get into the system setup submenu as below. Use arrow keys to move the
cursor and BACKSPACE key to edit the setting. This menu is used to setup the configuration for system and
console port.
FOM
= == S yst em Setu p = ==
2 1:03 :47 02 /06/ 200 8
ARRO W K EYS : CU RSO R M OVE, Pl eas e In put : h h:mm :ss mm /dd/ yyy y, BACK SPA CE to e dit
[Sys tem ]
Time /Da te
: 01: 55:5 1 0 8/0 1/20 07
IP I nte rfa ce
: ETH ERNE T_P ORT
IP A ddr ess
: 000 .000 .00 0.0 00
Subn et Mas k
: 000 .000 .00 0.0 00
Gate way IP
: 000 .000 .00 0.0 00
Trap IP Ad dres s: 255 .255 .25 5.2 55
Comm uni ty Name : pub lic
Devi ce Nam e
: LOO P O9 330
Syst em Loc atio n: 8F, No. 8 H sin Ann Rd .
Sci ence -Ba sed Ind ust ria l Pa rk
Hsi nchu , 3 007 7 Ta iwa n
Syst em Con tact : Nam e:FA E
Tel :+88 6-3 -57 8769 6
E-m ail: FAE @lo op.c om. tw
[CON SOL E p ort]
Baud Ra te
Data Le ngt h
Stop Bi t
Pari ty
:
:
:
:
115 200
8-B its
1-B it
NON E
<< P res s E SC k ey to retu rn to prev iou s m enu >>
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6.9.2
Network Cascade
The full menu path for Network Cascade is as follows:
O > Log On
S > System Setup
B > Network Cascade
Press “S” from the Main menu.
FOM
=== Mai n M enu ===
2 1:06 :21 02 /06/ 200 8
Seri al Num ber
: 12 6215
Hard war e V ersi on: Ve r.D
Firm war e V ersi on: V1 .06. 01 09/ 02/2 008
Devi ce Nam e : LOO P O 9330
Conn ect Po rt: SUP V_P ORT
Star t T ime
: 22: 55: 05 0 2/0 1/2 008
[DIS PLA Y]
1 -> 1 Hou r Pe rf. Re port
2 -> 24 Ho ur P erf . R epor t
C -> Sy ste m Co nfi gur atio n
Q -> Al arm Que ue
H -> Al arm His tor y
I -> Li ne Stat us
[SET UP]
P -> Pa ssw ord Set up
S -> Sy ste m Se tup
M -> Sy ste m Al arm Se tup
T -> Lo opb ack Tes t
L -> Fi le Tran sfe r
V -> St ore /Ret rie ve Conf igu rat ion
[LOG ]
F -> Lo g O ff [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
O -> Lo g O n [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
R -> Co nne ct t o R emo te T erm ina l
[MIS C]
A -> Al arm Cut Of f
K -> Cl ear Per for man ce D ata
X -> Cl ear Ala rm Que ue a nd His tory
Y -> Re tur n to De fau lt
Z -> Sy ste m Re set
>>SP ACE ba r to re fre sh o r e nte r a com man d == =>
To enable or disable the Network Cascade for Loop-O series devices, press “B” from the System Setup
submenu to enter into the following screen.
FOM
=== System Setup ===
A
B
C
D
S
V
R
->
->
->
->
->
->
->
21:04:18 02/06/2008
System
Network Cascade
Command Line
Optical & T1/E1 Option
SNTP Setup
V.35 Card
Bridge Setup
<< Press ESC key to return to Main Menu or enter a command >>
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Use TAB key to switch options, then press ENTER. This menu is also used to setup IP addresses for master or
slave devices.
FOM
=== Net wor k Ca sca de ===
ARRO W K EYS : CU RSO R M OVE, TA B: ROLL OP TIO NS
21 :04 :36 02/ 06/ 200 8
Netw ork Ca scad e: ENA BLE
[Rou tin g T able ]
IP A ddr ess 1
:
IP A ddr ess 2
:
IP A ddr ess 3
:
IP A ddr ess 4
:
140 .132 .09 3.0 01
140 .132 .04 2.1 37
000 .000 .00 0.0 00
000 .000 .00 0.0 00
<< P res s E SC k ey to retu rn to prev iou s m enu >>
Table 6-1 Network Cascade Setting Option
Configuration
Network Cascade
IP Address 1
IP Address 2
IP Address 3
IP Address 4
Option
Enable, Disable
Setup server IP address 1 by user
Setup server IP address 2 by user
Setup server IP address 3 by user
Setup server IP address 4 by user
Default
Disable
000.000.000.000
000.000.000.000
000.000.000.000
000.000.000.000
6.9.3
Command Line
The full menu path for Command Line is as follows:
O > Log On
S > System Setup
C > Command Line
Press “S” from the Main menu.
FOM
=== Mai n M enu ===
2 1:04 :36 02 /06/ 200 8
Seri al Num ber
: 12 6215
Hard war e V ersi on: Ve r.D
Firm war e V ersi on: V1 .06. 01 09/ 02/2 008
Devi ce Nam e : LOO P O 9330
Conn ect Po rt: SUP V_P ORT
Star t T ime
: 22: 55: 05 0 2/0 1/2 008
[DIS PLA Y]
1 -> 1 Hou r Pe rf. Re port
2 -> 24 Ho ur P erf . R epor t
C -> Sy ste m Co nfi gur atio n
Q -> Al arm Que ue
H -> Al arm His tor y
I -> Li ne Stat us
[SET UP]
P -> Pa ssw ord Set up
S -> Sy ste m Se tup
M -> Sy ste m Al arm Se tup
T -> Lo opb ack Tes t
L -> Fi le Tran sfe r
V -> St ore /Ret rie ve Conf igu rat ion
[LOG ]
F -> Lo g O ff [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
O -> Lo g O n [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
R -> Co nne ct t o R emo te T erm ina l
[MIS C]
A -> Al arm Cut Of f
K -> Cl ear Per for man ce D ata
X -> Cl ear Ala rm Que ue a nd His tory
Y -> Re tur n to De fau lt
Z -> Sy ste m Re set
>>SP ACE ba r to re fre sh o r e nte r a com man d == =>
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To view Loop-O series commands, press “C” from the System Setup submenu to enter into the following
screen.
FOM
=== System Setup ===
A
B
C
D
S
V
R
->
->
->
->
->
->
->
21:04 :36 02 /06/ 200 8
System
Network Cascade
Command Line
Optical & T1/E1 Option
SNTP Setup
V.35 Card
Bridge Setup
<< Press ESC key to return to Main Menu or enter a command >>
Then, key in a question mark "?" after "O9330@21:04:36 >>?" to get command descriptions.
2 1:04 :36 Ju n 02 /08
Pres s ? ge t he lp or QUIT re tur n.
LOOP O9 330 @21: 04: 36 >>?
Avai lab le Comm and s:
qu it
hel p
ar p
clr arp
pi ng
eo c
ver
LOOP O9 330 @21: 04: 36 >>he lp
Comm and s S uppo rt:
qu it --- ---- --- --- ---- -> Lea ve f iel d s uppo rt.
ar p/c lra rp - --- --- ---- -> Pri nt/C lea r A RP t abl e.
pi ng ip ---- --- --- ---- -> Pin g an ip ad dres s.
eo c - --- ---- --- --- ---- -> Dis play EO C s tati sti cs.
LOOP O9 330 @21: 04: 36 >>
R epla ce
Key in a command, like ping, after "O9330@21:04:36 >>?",then press ENTER to display the detail of this
command. See also below screen. To return to previous screen, key in "QUIT".
2 1:04 :36 Ju n 02 /08
Pres s ? ge t he lp or QUIT re tur n.
LOOP O9 330 @21: 04: 36 >>pi ng 10. 2.12 .1
IP a ddr ess : 01 0.0 02. 012. 001
id = 1
t ime = 0 ms.
IP a ddr ess : 01 0.0 02. 012. 001
id = 2
t ime = 0 ms.
IP a ddr ess : 01 0.0 02. 012. 001
id = 3
t ime = 0 ms.
IP a ddr ess : 01 0.0 02. 012. 001
id = 4
t ime = 0 ms.
IP a ddr ess : 01 0.0 02. 012. 001
id = 5
t ime = 0 ms.
Tota l s end 5 I CMP ec ho r equ est . Re cei ved 5 ( 100 .0% ) ec ho res pons e.
LOOP O9 330 @21: 04: 36 >>
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6.9.4
Optical & E1 Port Enable/Disable
The full menu path for Optical & E1 Port Enable/Disable is as follows:
O > Log On
S > System Setup
D > Optical & E1 Port Enable/Disable
Press “S” from the Main menu.
FOM
=== Mai n M enu ===
2 1:06 :21 02 /06/ 200 8
Seri al Num ber
: 12 6215
Hard war e V ersi on: Ve r.D
Firm war e V ersi on: V1 .06. 01 09/ 02/2 008
Devi ce Nam e : LOO P O 9330
Conn ect Po rt: SUP V_P ORT
Star t T ime
: 22: 55: 05 0 2/0 1/2 008
[DIS PLA Y]
1 -> 1 Hou r Pe rf. Re port
2 -> 24 Ho ur P erf . R epor t
C -> Sy ste m Co nfi gur atio n
Q -> Al arm Que ue
H -> Al arm His tor y
I -> Li ne Stat us
[SET UP]
P -> Pa ssw ord Set up
S -> Sy ste m Se tup
M -> Sy ste m Al arm Se tup
T -> Lo opb ack Tes t
L -> Fi le Tran sfe r
V -> St ore /Ret rie ve Conf igu rat ion
[LOG ]
F -> Lo g O ff [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
O -> Lo g O n [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
R -> Co nne ct t o R emo te T erm ina l
[MIS C]
A -> Al arm Cut Of f
K -> Cl ear Per for man ce D ata
X -> Cl ear Ala rm Que ue a nd His tory
Y -> Re tur n to De fau lt
Z -> Sy ste m Re set
>>SP ACE ba r to re fre sh o r e nte r a com man d == =>
To view Loop-O9330 series commands, press “D” from the System Setup submenu to enter into the following
screen.
FOM
=== System Configuration ===
A
B
C
D
S
V
R
->
->
->
->
->
->
->
21:03:47 02/06/2008
System
Network Cascade
Command Line
Optical & T1/E1 Option
SNTP Setup
V.35 Card
Bridge Setup
<< Press ESC key to return to Main Menu or enter a command >>
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This menu is used to enable or disable optical ports, E1 ports and T1 ports. Use arrow keys to move the cursor
at the desired position, and TAB key to roll options.
FOM
=== Opt ica l & E1 Opt ion ===
ARRO W K EYS : CU RSO R M OVE, TA B: ROLL OP TIO NS
FPGA : E1/ T1, T1 Bac kwar d C omp atib le
Opti cal Po rt
# 1 : ENAB LE
Opti cal Po rt
# 2 : N/A
T1 P ort # 1(S1 P1) : ENAB LE- AMI
T1 P ort # 2(S1 P2) : ENAB LE- AMI
T1 P ort # 3(S1 P3) : ENAB LE- AMI
T1 P ort # 4(S1 P4) : ENAB LE- AMI
E1 P ort # 5(S2 P1) : ENAB LE- AMI
E1 P ort # 6(S2 P2) : ENAB LE- AMI
E1 P ort # 7(S2 P3) : ENAB LE- AMI
E1 P ort # 8(S2 P4) : ENAB LE- AMI
T1 P ort # 9(S3 P1) : EN-H DB3 /B8 ZS
T1 P ort #1 0(S3 P2) : EN-H DB3 /B8 ZS
T1 P ort #1 1(S3 P3) : EN-H DB3 /B8 ZS
T1 P ort #1 2(S3 P4) : EN-H DB3 /B8 ZS
E1 P ort #1 3(S4 P1) : EN-H DB3 /B8 ZS
E1 P ort #1 4(S4 P2) : EN-H DB3 /B8 ZS
E1 P ort #1 5(S4 P3) : EN-H DB3 /B8 ZS
E1 P ort #1 6(S4 P4) : EN-H DB3 /B8 ZS
17: 51: 53 0 2/0 2/2 008
Auto La ser Shu tdo wn : DI SAB LE
<< P res s E SC k ey to retu rn to prev iou s m enu >>
Table 6-2 Optical & E1 Setting Option
Configuration
FPGA
Auto Laser Shutdown
Optical Port
T1 Port
E1 Port
Option
Default
E1/T1, T1 Backward Compatible,
E1/T1, T1 Backward Compatible
Standard, E1 Backward Compatible
ENABLE, DISABLE
ENABLE
ENABLE, DISABLE
ENABLE
EN-HDB3/B8ZS, ENABLE-AMI, DISABLE EN-HDB3/B8ZS
EN-HDB3/B8ZS, ENABLE-AMI, DISABLE EN-HDB3/B8ZS
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6.9.5
SNTP Setup
The full menu path for SNTP Setup is as follows:
O > Log On
S > System Setup
S > SNTP Setup
Press “S” from the Main menu.
FOM
=== Mai n M enu ===
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Seri al Num ber
: 12 6215
Hard war e V ersi on: Ve r.D
Firm war e V ersi on: V1 .06. 01 09/ 02/2 008
Devi ce Nam e : LOO P O 9330
Conn ect Po rt: SUP V_P ORT
Star t T ime
: 22: 55: 05 0 2/0 1/2 008
[DIS PLA Y]
1 -> 1 Hou r Pe rf. Re port
2 -> 24 Ho ur P erf . R epor t
C -> Sy ste m Co nfi gur atio n
Q -> Al arm Que ue
H -> Al arm His tor y
I -> Li ne Stat us
[SET UP]
P -> Pa ssw ord Set up
S -> Sy ste m Se tup
M -> Sy ste m Al arm Se tup
T -> Lo opb ack Tes t
L -> Fi le Tran sfe r
V -> St ore /Ret rie ve Conf igu rat ion
[LOG ]
F -> Lo g O ff [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
O -> Lo g O n [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
R -> Co nne ct t o R emo te T erm ina l
[MIS C]
A -> Al arm Cut Of f
K -> Cl ear Per for man ce D ata
X -> Cl ear Ala rm Que ue a nd His tory
Y -> Re tur n to De fau lt
Z -> Sy ste m Re set
>>SP ACE ba r to re fre sh o r e nte r a com man d == =>
Press “S” from the system setup submenu to set up SNTP (Simple Network Time Protocol).
FOM
=== System Setup ===
A
B
C
D
S
V
R
->
->
->
->
->
->
->
21:06 :21 02 /06/ 200 8
System
Network Cascade
Command Line
Optical & T1/E1 Option
SNTP Setup
V.35 Card
Bridge Setup
<< Press ESC key to return to Main Menu or enter a command >>
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Use arrow keys to move the cursor at the desired position, and BACKSPACE key to input IP address for SNTP
servers and SNTP timezone. See also below screen.
NOTE: The range for SNTP timezone is -12 to +12.
FOM
=== SNT P s etu p == =
2 1:06 :21 02 /06/ 200 8
ARRO W K EYS : CU RSO R M OVE, Pl eas e In put : n nn.n nn. nnn .nnn , B ACK SPAC E t o e dit
SNTP se rve r 1 : 1 40. 113. 001 .00 3
SNTP se rve r 2 : 0 00. 000. 000 .00 0
SNTP ti mez one : + 0
SNTP up dat e pe rio d ( hour s) : 0 00
(0 to disa ble )
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Table 6-3 SNTP Setting Option
Configuration
SNTP server 1
SNTP server 2
SNTP timezone
SNTP update period (hours)
Option
Setup SNTP server 1 by user
Setup SNTP server 2 by user
+0 to +12, -12 to -1
0~255
Default
000.000.000.000
000.000.000.000
+0
0
Press ESC key from the above screen, then the system will ask for re-syncing SNTP server. Press "Y" to
re-sync or "N" to abort. See also below screen.
FOM
=== SNT P s etu p == =
2 1:06 :21 02 /06/ 200 8
ARRO W K EYS : CU RSO R M OVE, Pl eas e In put : n nn.n nn. nnn .nnn , B ACK SPAC E t o e dit
SNTP se rve r 1 : 1 40. 113. 001 .00 3
SNTP se rve r 2 : 0 00. 000. 000 .00 0
SNTP ti mez one : + 0
SNTP up dat e pe rio d ( hour s) : 0 00
(0 to disa ble )
Re-s ync NT P se rve r n ow ( Y/N )? Y
Curr ent SN TP s erv er : 14 0.1 13. 001. 003
Last up dat e ti me at : 10 :47 :20 01/ 17/ 200 5
<< P res s E SC k ey to retu rn to prev iou s m enu >>
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6.9.6
V.35 Card
The full menu path for V.35 Card is as follows:
O > Log On
S > System Setup
V > V.35 Card
Press “S” from the Main menu.
FOM
=== Mai n M enu ===
2 1:06 :21 02 /06/ 200 8
Seri al Num ber
: 12 6215
Hard war e V ersi on: Ve r.D
Firm war e V ersi on: V1 .06. 01 09/ 02/2 008
Devi ce Nam e : LOO P O 9330
Conn ect Po rt: SUP V_P ORT
Star t T ime
: 22: 55: 05 0 2/0 1/2 008
[DIS PLA Y]
1 -> 1 Hou r Pe rf. Re port
2 -> 24 Ho ur P erf . R epor t
C -> Sy ste m Co nfi gur atio n
Q -> Al arm Que ue
H -> Al arm His tor y
I -> Li ne Stat us
[SET UP]
P -> Pa ssw ord Set up
S -> Sy ste m Se tup
M -> Sy ste m Al arm Se tup
T -> Lo opb ack Tes t
L -> Fi le Tran sfe r
V -> St ore /Ret rie ve Conf igu rat ion
[LOG ]
F -> Lo g O ff [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
O -> Lo g O n [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
R -> Co nne ct t o R emo te T erm ina l
[MIS C]
A -> Al arm Cut Of f
K -> Cl ear Per for man ce D ata
X -> Cl ear Ala rm Que ue a nd His tory
Y -> Re tur n to De fau lt
Z -> Sy ste m Re set
>>SP ACE ba r to re fre sh o r e nte r a com man d == =>
Press “V” from the system setup submenu to V.35 Card.
FOM
=== System Setup ===
A
B
C
D
S
V
R
->
->
->
->
->
->
->
21:06 :21 02 /06/ 200 8
System
Network Cascade
Command Line
Optical & T1/E1 Option
SNTP Setup
V.35 Card
Bridge Setup
<< Press ESC key to return to Main Menu or enter a command >>
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FOM
=== V.35 Card Setup ===
ARROW KEYS: CURSOR MOVE, TAB: ROLL OPTIONS
P01(S1P1)
P02(S1P2)
P03(S1P3)
P04(S1P4)
P05(S2P1)
P06(S2P2)
P07(S2P3)
P08(S2P4)
P09(S3P1)
P10(S3P2)
P11(S3P3)
P12(S3P4)
P13(S4P1)
P14(S4P2)
P15(S4P3)
P16(S4P4)
[EN/DIS]
ENABLE
ENABLE
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
[Mode]
DCE
DCE
[Intf]
V.35
V.35
[Speed]
unframe
unframe
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[ClkSrc] [TTM]
Internal OFF
Line
ON
[DCD]
ON
ON
[RTS]
PERM.
PERM.
<< Press ESC key to return to previous menu >>
Table 6-4 V.35 Card Setting Option
Configuration
EN/DIS
Mode
Intf
Speed
ClkSrc
TTM
DCD
RTS
Option
Enable, Disable
DCE
V.35
unframed, 1 to 31
Internal, Line, DTE
OFF
OFF
PERM., Active
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Default
Enable
DCE
V.35
unframe
Internal
OFF
OFF
PERM.
Chapter 6 Terminal Operation
6.9.7
Bridge Setup
The full menu path for Bridge Setup is as follows:
O > Log On
S > System Setup
R > Bridge Setup
Press “S” from the Main menu.
FOM
=== Mai n M enu ===
2 1:06 :21 02 /06/ 200 8
Seri al Num ber
: 12 6215
Hard war e V ersi on: Ve r.D
Firm war e V ersi on: V1 .06. 01 09/ 02/2 008
Devi ce Nam e : LOO P O 9330
Conn ect Po rt: SUP V_P ORT
Star t T ime
: 22: 55: 05 0 2/0 1/2 008
[DIS PLA Y]
1 -> 1 Hou r Pe rf. Re port
2 -> 24 Ho ur P erf . R epor t
C -> Sy ste m Co nfi gur atio n
Q -> Al arm Que ue
H -> Al arm His tor y
I -> Li ne Stat us
[SET UP]
P -> Pa ssw ord Set up
S -> Sy ste m Se tup
M -> Sy ste m Al arm Se tup
T -> Lo opb ack Tes t
L -> Fi le Tran sfe r
V -> St ore /Ret rie ve Conf igu rat ion
[LOG ]
F -> Lo g O ff [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
O -> Lo g O n [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
R -> Co nne ct t o R emo te T erm ina l
[MIS C]
A -> Al arm Cut Of f
K -> Cl ear Per for man ce D ata
X -> Cl ear Ala rm Que ue a nd His tory
Y -> Re tur n to De fau lt
Z -> Sy ste m Re set
>>SP ACE ba r to re fre sh o r e nte r a com man d == =>
Press “R” from the System Setup Menu.
FOM
=== System Setup ===
A
B
C
D
S
V
R
->
->
->
->
->
->
->
21:06 :21 02 /06/ 200 8
System
Network Cascade
Command Line
Optical & T1/E1 Option
SNTP Setup
V.35 Card
Bridge Setup
<< Press ESC key to return to Main Menu or enter a command >>
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The following Bridge Setup screen will appear. Use TAB key to roll up the desired options, then press ENTER
to confirm the setting.
FOM
= == B rid ge Setu p = ==
Sele ct Por t >>
* Port -1
Po rt-2
P ort -3
2 1:06 :21 02 /06/ 200 8
Por t-4
The following screen will appear. Configuration can be changed by moving the asterisk (*) to your desired
setting. Press the Enter key to activate the new settings.
FOM
Select Port >>
Port-1 Links Down
Auto Negotiation
Speed
Duplex Mode
Aging
MAC Learning
Bandwidth Control
=== Bridge Setup ===
*Port-1
Port-2
Port-3
DISABLE *ENABLE
10 Mbps *100 Mbps
Half *Full
DISABLE *ENABLE
DISABLE *ENABLE
*DISABLE ENABLE
>> All Ports Setup <<
Aging Timer
*300 Sec
Port Isolation
Disable
Alarm forwording
*Disable
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Port-4
Max Rate: 000 Mbps
75 Sec 18 Sec
*Enable
Enable
1 Sec
Table 6-5 Bridge Setting Option
Configuration
Select Port
Auto Negotiation
Speed
Duplex Mode
Aging
MAC Learning
Bandwidth Control
Aging Timer
Port Isolation
Alarm forwarding
Option
Port-1, Port-2, Port-3, Port-4
Enable, Disable
10 Mbps, 100 Mbps
Half, Full
Enable, Disable
Enable, Disable
Enable, Disable
300 Sec, 75 Sec, 18 Sec, 1 Sec
Enable, Disable
Enable, Disable
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Default
Port-1
Enable
10 Mbps
Half
Enable
Enable
Disable
300 Sec
Disable
Disable
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6.10
System Alarm Setup
The full menu path for System Alarm Setup is as follows:
O > Log On
M > System Alarm Setup
To Access System Alarm Setup, press "M" from Main Menu.
FOM
=== Mai n M enu ===
2 1:06 :21 02 /06/ 200 8
Seri al Num ber
: 12 6215
Hard war e V ersi on: Ve r.D
Firm war e V ersi on: V1 .06. 01 09/ 02/2 008
Devi ce Nam e : LOO P O 9330
Conn ect Po rt: SUP V_P ORT
Star t T ime
: 22: 55: 05 0 2/0 1/2 008
[DIS PLA Y]
1 -> 1 Hou r Pe rf. Re port
2 -> 24 Ho ur P erf . R epor t
C -> Sy ste m Co nfi gur atio n
Q -> Al arm Que ue
H -> Al arm His tor y
I -> Li ne Stat us
[SET UP]
P -> Pa ssw ord Set up
S -> Sy ste m Se tup
M -> Sy ste m Al arm Se tup
T -> Lo opb ack Tes t
L -> Fi le Tran sfe r
V -> St ore /Ret rie ve Conf igu rat ion
[LOG ]
F -> Lo g O ff [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
O -> Lo g O n [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
R -> Co nne ct t o R emo te T erm ina l
[MIS C]
A -> Al arm Cut Of f
K -> Cl ear Per for man ce D ata
X -> Cl ear Ala rm Que ue a nd His tory
Y -> Re tur n to De fau lt
Z -> Sy ste m Re set
>>SP ACE ba r to re fre sh o r e nte r a com man d == =>
Then the screen will show up as below. This menu is used to enable or disable alarm, alarm cut-off, relay, and
protection switch functions. Users are also allowed to setup alarm threshold for optical interface and E1/T1
interface. Use TAB key to roll up the desired options, then press ENTER to confirm the setting.
FOM
=== Alarm Setup ===
ARROW KEYS: CURSOR MOVE, TAB: ROLL OPTIONS
[Control]
Alarm Cut Off
: DISABLE
Protection switch : DISABLE
Power Fail
: DISABLE
[E1/T1]
LOS, Line
AIS, Line
BPV, Line
ES, Line
SES, Line
UAS, Line
[THRESHOLD]
:
:
:
:
:
:
00001
001
001
001
[ALARM]
DISABLE
DISABLE
DISABLE
DISABLE
DISABLE
DISABLE
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Relay
: DISABLE
Card Hot Swapping : DISABLE
Bridge Link Change: DISABLE
[OPTICAL]
LOF, Line
ES, Line
SES, Line
UAS, Line
[THRESHOLD]
:
:
:
:
<< Press ESC key to return to previous menu >>
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001
001
001
[ALARM]
DISABLE
DISABLE
DISABLE
DISABLE
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Table 6-6 Alarm Setting Option
Configuration
Alarm Cut Off
Relay
Protection switch
Card Hot Swapping
Power Fail
Bridge Link Change
Bandwidth Control
Configuration
E1/T1 Los, Line
E1/T1 AIS, Line
E1/T1 BPV, Line
E1/T1 ES, Line
E1/T1 SES, Line
E1/T1 UAS, Line
Optical LOF, Line
Optical ES, Line
Optical SES, Line
Optical UAS, Line
6.11
Option
Enable, Disable
Enable, Disable
Enable, Disable
Enable, Disable
Enable, Disable
Enable, Disable
Enable, Disable
Disable
Disable
Disable
Disable
Disable
Disable
Disable
Default
Option
THRESHOLD
ALARM
None
Enable, Disable
None
Enable, Disable
1 to 16383
Enable, Disable
1 to 900
Enable, Disable
1 to 900
Enable, Disable
1 to 900
Enable, Disable
None
Enable, Disable
1 to 900
Enable, Disable
1 to 900
Enable, Disable
1 to 900
Enable, Disable
Default
THRESHOLD
ALARM
None
Disable
None
Disable
00001
Disable
001
Disable
001
Disable
001
Disable
None
Disable
001
Disable
001
Disable
001
Disable
Loopback Test
6.11.1 Opt & E1T1
The full menu path for Opt & E1T1 is as follows:
O > Log On
T > Loopback Test
O > Opt & E1T1
Under the Main Menu, press “T” to do the loopback test for optical interface and E1 interface.
FOM
=== Mai n M enu ===
2 1:06 :21 02 /06/ 200 8
Seri al Num ber
: 12 6215
Hard war e V ersi on: Ve r.D
Firm war e V ersi on: V1 .06. 01 09/ 02/2 008
Devi ce Nam e : LOO P O 9330
Conn ect Po rt: SUP V_P ORT
Star t T ime
: 22: 55: 05 0 2/0 1/2 008
[DIS PLA Y]
1 -> 1 Hou r Pe rf. Re port
2 -> 24 Ho ur P erf . R epor t
C -> Sy ste m Co nfi gur atio n
Q -> Al arm Que ue
H -> Al arm His tor y
I -> Li ne Stat us
[SET UP]
P -> Pa ssw ord Set up
S -> Sy ste m Se tup
M -> Sy ste m Al arm Se tup
T -> Lo opb ack Tes t
L -> Fi le Tran sfe r
V -> St ore /Ret rie ve Conf igu rat ion
[LOG ]
F -> Lo g O ff [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
O -> Lo g O n [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
R -> Co nne ct t o R emo te T erm ina l
[MIS C]
A -> Al arm Cut Of f
K -> Cl ear Per for man ce D ata
X -> Cl ear Ala rm Que ue a nd His tory
Y -> Re tur n to De fau lt
Z -> Sy ste m Re set
>>SP ACE ba r to re fre sh o r e nte r a com man d == =>
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Press “O” to enter Opt & E1T1.
FOM
== = Lo opb ack Set up ===
2 1:05 :42 02 /06/ 200 8
O -> Opt & E1T 1
V -> V.3 5
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Use arrow keys to move the cursor and ENTER key to select the desired items. Then press ENTER to confirm
the new setting. The current selection will be highlighted by an asterisk (*).
ALoc: analogic local loopback
Dloc: digital local loopback
LineLB: line loopback
FOM
=== Opt & E1T1 Loopback Setup ===
ARROW KEYS : CURSOR MOVE , ENTER KEY : ITEM SELECT
Optical:
T1 #01 :
T1 #02 :
T1 #03 :
T1 #04 :
T1 #05 :
T1 #06 :
T1 #07 :
T1 #08 :
*Off
*Off
*Off
*Off
*Off
*Off
*Off
*Off
*Off
Local
ALoc
ALoc
ALoc
ALoc
ALoc
ALoc
ALoc
ALoc
DLoc
DLoc
DLoc
DLoc
DLoc
DLoc
DLoc
DLoc
LineLB
LineLB
LineLB
LineLB
LineLB
LineLB
LineLB
LineLB
T1
T1
T1
T1
T1
T1
T1
T1
#09
#10
#11
#12
#13
#14
#15
#16
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
*Off
*Off
*Off
*Off
*Off
*Off
*Off
*Off
21:05 :42 02 /06/ 200 8
ALoc
ALoc
ALoc
ALoc
ALoc
ALoc
ALoc
ALoc
DLoc
DLoc
DLoc
DLoc
DLoc
DLoc
DLoc
DLoc
LineLB
LineLB
LineLB
LineLB
LineLB
LineLB
LineLB
LineLB
<< Press ESC key to return to previous menu >>
Table 6-7 Opt & E1T1 Loopback Setting Option
Configuration
Optical
T1
E1
Option
Off, Local
Off, ALoc, DLoc, LineLB
Off, ALoc, DLoc, LineLB
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Default
Off
Off
Off
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6.11.2 V.35
The full menu path for V.35 is as follows:
O > Log On
T > Loopback Test
V > V.35
Under the Main Menu, press “T” to do the loopback test for v.35 interface.
FOM
=== Mai n M enu ===
2 1:06 :21 02 /06/ 200 8
Seri al Num ber
: 12 6215
Hard war e V ersi on: Ve r.D
Firm war e V ersi on: V1 .06. 01 09/ 02/2 008
Devi ce Nam e : LOO P O 9330
Conn ect Po rt: SUP V_P ORT
Star t T ime
: 22: 55: 05 0 2/0 1/2 008
[DIS PLA Y]
1 -> 1 Hou r Pe rf. Re port
2 -> 24 Ho ur P erf . R epor t
C -> Sy ste m Co nfi gur atio n
Q -> Al arm Que ue
H -> Al arm His tor y
I -> Li ne Stat us
[SET UP]
P -> Pa ssw ord Set up
S -> Sy ste m Se tup
M -> Sy ste m Al arm Se tup
T -> Lo opb ack Tes t
L -> Fi le Tran sfe r
V -> St ore /Ret rie ve Conf igu rat ion
[LOG ]
F -> Lo g O ff [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
O -> Lo g O n [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
R -> Co nne ct t o R emo te T erm ina l
[MIS C]
A -> Al arm Cut Of f
K -> Cl ear Per for man ce D ata
X -> Cl ear Ala rm Que ue a nd His tory
Y -> Re tur n to De fau lt
Z -> Sy ste m Re set
>>SP ACE ba r to re fre sh o r e nte r a com man d == =>
Press “V” to enter V.35.
FOM
== = Lo opb ack Set up ===
2 1:05 :42 02 /06/ 200 8
O -> Opt & E1T 1
V -> V.3 5
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The screen will show up as below.
FOM
== = V .35 Loo pba ck S etu p = ==
ARRO W K EYS : C URS OR MOVE , ENT ER K EY : I TEM SEL ECT
V35
V35
V35
V35
V35
V35
V35
V35
V35
V35
V35
V35
V35
V35
V35
V35
#01
#02
#03
#04
#05
#06
#07
#08
#09
#10
#11
#12
#13
#14
#15
#16
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
*O ff
*O ff
*O ff
*O ff
*O ff
*O ff
*O ff
*O ff
*O ff
*O ff
*O ff
*O ff
*O ff
*O ff
*O ff
*O ff
DT E_to _DT E
DT E_to _DT E
2 1:06 :06 02 /06/ 200 8
DTE_ to_ Lin e
DTE_ to_ Lin e
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Table 6-8 V.35 Loopback Setting Option
Configuration
V.35
Option
Off, DTE_to_DTE, DTE_to_Line
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Default
Off
Chapter 6 Terminal Operation
6.12
File Transfer
The full menu path for File Transfer is as follows:
O > Log On
L > File Transfer
Under the Main Menu, press “L” to do file transfer.
FOM
=== Mai n M enu ===
2 1:06 :21 02 /06/ 200 8
Seri al Num ber
: 12 6215
Hard war e V ersi on: Ve r.D
Firm war e V ersi on: V1 .06. 01 09/ 02/2 008
Devi ce Nam e : LOO P O 9330
Conn ect Po rt: SUP V_P ORT
Star t T ime
: 22: 55: 05 0 2/0 1/2 008
[DIS PLA Y]
1 -> 1 Hou r Pe rf. Re port
2 -> 24 Ho ur P erf . R epor t
C -> Sy ste m Co nfi gur atio n
Q -> Al arm Que ue
H -> Al arm His tor y
I -> Li ne Stat us
[SET UP]
P -> Pa ssw ord Set up
S -> Sy ste m Se tup
M -> Sy ste m Al arm Se tup
T -> Lo opb ack Tes t
L -> Fi le Tran sfe r
V -> St ore /Ret rie ve Conf igu rat ion
[LOG ]
F -> Lo g O ff [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
O -> Lo g O n [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
R -> Co nne ct t o R emo te T erm ina l
[MIS C]
A -> Al arm Cut Of f
K -> Cl ear Per for man ce D ata
X -> Cl ear Ala rm Que ue a nd His tory
Y -> Re tur n to De fau lt
Z -> Sy ste m Re set
>>SP ACE ba r to re fre sh o r e nte r a com man d == =>
Then the submenu for file transfer will show up as below.
FOM
== = Fi le Tra nsfe r = ==
A -> Dow nlo ad Main boa rd Firm war e
B -> Upl oad Ma inbo ard Fi rmwa re
C -> Cop y F irm ware to Re mote
D -> Dow nlo ad Conf igu rat ion
E -> Upl oad Co nfig ura tio n
<< P res s E SC k ey to retu rn to Main Me nu or e nte r a com man d > >
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6.12.1
Dow nload Mainboard Firmw are
The full menu path for Download Mainboard Firmware is as follows:
O > Log On
L > File Transfer
A > Download Mainboard Firmware
Press “A” from the above menu to download the mainboad firmware. Use TAB key to roll up the desired
options, press ENTER to confirm it.
FOM
=== Do wnlo ad Fir mwar e = ==
ARRO W K EYS : CU RSO R M OVE, TA B: ROLL OP TIO NS
Firm war e 1 Ver sio n
:
Firm war e 2 Ver sio n
:
Curr ent Fi rmwa re Ban k:
Next Bo ot Firm war e
:
Tran sfe r P roto col
:
Firm war e F ile Nam e
:
TFTP Se rve r IP
:
2 1:03 :47 02 /06/ 200 8
V 1.0 4.0 1 01 /22 /20 08
V 1.0 4.0 1 01 /23 /20 08
2
2
T FTP
0 00. 000 .000 .00 0
<< P res s E SC k ey to retu rn to prev iou s m enu >>
6.12.2
Upload Mainboard Firmw are
The full menu path for Upload Mainboard Firmware is as follows:
O > Log On
L > File Transfer
B > Upload Mainboard Firmware
Press “B” from the File Transfer submenu to upload the mainboad firmware.
FOM
== = Fi le Tra nsfe r = ==
21 :03 :47 02/ 06/ 200 8
A -> Dow nlo ad Main boa rd Firm war e
B -> Upl oad Ma inbo ard Fi rmwa re
C -> Cop y F irm ware to Re mote
D -> Dow nlo ad Conf igu rat ion
E -> Upl oad Co nfig ura tio n
<< P res s E SC k ey to retu rn to Main Me nu or e nte r a com man d > >
Use arrow keys to move the cursor at the desired position, BACKSPACE key to edit, ENTER key to continue
the upload, and ESC key to abort the upload.
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FOM
=== Up load Fi rmw are ===
ARRO W K EYS : CU RSO R M OVE, TA B: ROLL OP TIO NS
Firm war e 1 Ver sio n
:
Firm war e 2 Ver sio n
:
Curr ent Fi rmwa re Ban k:
Tran sfe r P roto col
:
Firm war e F ile Nam e
:
TFTP Se rve r IP
:
Firm war e B ank Num ber :
21: 03:4 7 0 2/0 6/20 08
V 1.0 4.0 1 01 /22 /20 08
V 1.0 4.0 1 01 /23 /20 08
1
T FTP
_ ___ ___ ____ ___ ___ ____ ___ ___ ____ ___ ___ ____ ___ ___ ____ ___ __
0 00. 000 .000 .00 0
1
<< P res s E SC k ey to abor t, ENT ER k ey to cont inu e > >
6.12.3
Copy Firmware to Remote
The full menu path for Copy Firmware to Remote is as follows:
O > Log On
L > File Transfer
C > Copy Firmware to Remote
Press “C” from the File Transfer submenu to enter into the following screen.
FOM
== = Fi le Tra nsfe r = ==
A -> Dow nlo ad Main boa rd Firm war e
B -> Upl oad Ma inbo ard Fi rmwa re
C -> Cop y F irm ware to Re mote
D -> Dow nlo ad Conf igu rat ion
E -> Upl oad Co nfig ura tio n
<< P res s E SC k ey to retu rn to Main Me nu or e nte r a com man d > >
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Chapter 6 Terminal Operation
This menu is used to copy firmware to remote side. Press “Y” to confirm the copy, “N” to abort the copy, “W” to
warm reset the system after the transfer is done, and “C” to cold reset the system after the transfer is done.
FOM
[Rem ote ]
Firm war e 1 Ver sio n
Firm war e 2 Ver sio n
=== Fi rmw are Cop y = ==
2 1:0 3:4 7 02 /06 /20 08
: V 1.0 4.0 1 01 /22 /20 08
: V 1.0 4.0 1 01 /23 /20 08
Curr ent Fi rmwa re Ban k: 1
Real ly wan t to co py ? (Y /N/ W/C )
(Y=y es, N= no, W=w arm res et aft er t ran sfe r co mpl ete d, C =co ld rese t.. )
<< P res s E SC k ey to retu rn to prev iou s m enu >>
6.12.4 Download Configuration
The full menu path for Download Configuration is as follows:
O > Log On
L > File Transfer
D > Download Configuration
To download system configuration, press “D” from the File Transfer submenu.
FOM
== = Fi le Tra nsfe r = ==
21 :03 :47 02/ 06/ 200 8
A -> Dow nlo ad Main boa rd Firm war e
B -> Upl oad Ma inbo ard Fi rmwa re
C -> Cop y F irm ware to Re mote
D -> Dow nlo ad Conf igu rat ion
E -> Upl oad Co nfig ura tio n
<< P res s E SC k ey to retu rn to Main Me nu or e nte r a com man d > >
Press ENTER key to continue the download and ESC key to abort it.
FOM
=== Do wnlo ad Con figu rat ion ===
ARRO W K EYS : CU RSO R M OVE, BA CKS PACE to ed it, ESC to abo rt
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21: 03: 47 02/0 6/2 008
Chapter 6 Terminal Operation
Tran sfe r P roto col
Firm war e F ile Nam e
TFTP Se rve r IP
: T FTP
: O 933 0.c fg__ ___ ___ ____ ___ ___ ____ ___ ___ ____ ___ ___ ____ ___ __
: 1 40. 132 .001 .12 3
<< P res s E SC k ey to abor t, ENT ER k ey to cont inu e > >
6.12.5
Upload Configuration
The full menu path for Upload Configuration is as follows:
O > Log On
L > File Transfer
E > Upload Configuration
To upload system configuration, press “E” from the File Transfer submenu.
FOM
== = Fi le Tra nsfe r = ==
A -> Dow nlo ad Main boa rd Firm war e
B -> Upl oad Ma inbo ard Fi rmwa re
C -> Cop y F irm ware to Re mote
D -> Dow nlo ad Conf igu rat ion
E -> Upl oad Co nfig ura tio n
<< P res s E SC k ey to retu rn to Main Me nu or e nte r a com man d > >
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Chapter 6 Terminal Operation
Press ENTER key to continue the upoload and ESC key to abort it.
FOM
== = U ploa d C onf igur ati on ===
ARRO W K EYS : CU RSO R M OVE, BA CKS PACE to ed it, ESC to abo rt
Tran sfe r P roto col
Conf ig Fil e Na me
TFTP Se rve r IP
21: 03: 47 02/0 6/2 008
: T FTP
: O 933 0.c fg__ ___ ___ ____ ___ ___ ____ ___ ___ ____ ___ ___ ____ ___ __
: 1 40. 132 .001 .12 3
<< P res s E SC k ey to abor t, ENT ER k ey to cont inu e > >
6.13
Store/ Retrieve Configuration
The full menu path for Store/ Retrieve Configuration is as follows:
O > Log On
V > Store/ Retrieve Configuration
To store or retrieve system configuration, press “V” from the Main Menu.
FOM
=== Mai n M enu ===
2 1:06 :21 02 /06/ 200 8
Seri al Num ber
: 12 6215
Hard war e V ersi on: Ve r.D
Firm war e V ersi on: V1 .06. 01 09/ 02/2 008
Devi ce Nam e : LOO P O 9330
Conn ect Po rt: SUP V_P ORT
Star t T ime
: 22: 55: 05 0 2/0 1/2 008
[DIS PLA Y]
1 -> 1 Hou r Pe rf. Re port
2 -> 24 Ho ur P erf . R epor t
C -> Sy ste m Co nfi gur atio n
Q -> Al arm Que ue
H -> Al arm His tor y
I -> Li ne Stat us
[SET UP]
P -> Pa ssw ord Set up
S -> Sy ste m Se tup
M -> Sy ste m Al arm Se tup
T -> Lo opb ack Tes t
L -> Fi le Tran sfe r
V -> St ore /Ret rie ve Conf igu rat ion
[LOG ]
F -> Lo g O ff [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
O -> Lo g O n [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
R -> Co nne ct t o R emo te T erm ina l
[MIS C]
A -> Al arm Cut Of f
K -> Cl ear Per for man ce D ata
X -> Cl ear Ala rm Que ue a nd His tory
Y -> Re tur n to De fau lt
Z -> Sy ste m Re set
>>SP ACE ba r to re fre sh o r e nte r a com man d == =>
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Move the cursor at the desired option, STORE or RETRIEVE, then press ENTER to confirm it. The current
selection will be highlighted by an asterisk (*).
FOM
=== Sto re/ Retr iev e C onfi gur ati on== =
>> S ele ct ?
6.14
*ST ORE
21:0 6:2 1 0 2/06 /20 08
R ETR IEVE
Connect to Remote Terminal
The full menu path for Connect to Remote Terminal is as follows:
O > Log On
R > Connect to Remote Terminal
To Connect to Remote Terminal, press "R" from Main Menu.
FOM
=== Mai n M enu ===
2 1:06 :21 02 /06/ 200 8
Seri al Num ber
: 12 6215
Hard war e V ersi on: Ve r.D
Firm war e V ersi on: V1 .06. 01 09/ 02/2 008
Devi ce Nam e : LOO P O 9330
Conn ect Po rt: SUP V_P ORT
Star t T ime
: 22: 55: 05 0 2/0 1/2 008
[DIS PLA Y]
1 -> 1 Hou r Pe rf. Re port
2 -> 24 Ho ur P erf . R epor t
C -> Sy ste m Co nfi gur atio n
Q -> Al arm Que ue
H -> Al arm His tor y
I -> Li ne Stat us
[SET UP]
P -> Pa ssw ord Set up
S -> Sy ste m Se tup
M -> Sy ste m Al arm Se tup
T -> Lo opb ack Tes t
L -> Fi le Tran sfe r
V -> St ore /Ret rie ve Conf igu rat ion
[LOG ]
F -> Lo g O ff [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
O -> Lo g O n [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
R -> Co nne ct t o R emo te T erm ina l
[MIS C]
A -> Al arm Cut Of f
K -> Cl ear Per for man ce D ata
X -> Cl ear Ala rm Que ue a nd His tory
Y -> Re tur n to De fau lt
Z -> Sy ste m Re set
>>SP ACE ba r to re fre sh o r e nte r a com man d == =>
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The following screen will show. Enter the local password for system’s request.
EOC is rea dy, req uir e yo ur loc al p ass wor d.
==>> En ter pas swo rd : XX XX
6.15
Alarm Cut-Off
The full menu path for Alarm Cut-Off is as follows:
O > Log On
A > Alarm Cut-Off
To cut off alarm, press “A” from the Main Menu.
FOM
=== Mai n M enu ===
2 1:06 :21 02 /06/ 200 8
Seri al Num ber
: 12 6215
Hard war e V ersi on: Ve r.D
Firm war e V ersi on: V1 .06. 01 09/ 02/2 008
Devi ce Nam e : LOO P O 9330
Conn ect Po rt: SUP V_P ORT
Star t T ime
: 22: 55: 05 0 2/0 1/2 008
[DIS PLA Y]
1 -> 1 Hou r Pe rf. Re port
2 -> 24 Ho ur P erf . R epor t
C -> Sy ste m Co nfi gur atio n
Q -> Al arm Que ue
H -> Al arm His tor y
I -> Li ne Stat us
[SET UP]
P -> Pa ssw ord Set up
S -> Sy ste m Se tup
M -> Sy ste m Al arm Se tup
T -> Lo opb ack Tes t
L -> Fi le Tran sfe r
V -> St ore /Ret rie ve Conf igu rat ion
[LOG ]
F -> Lo g O ff [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
O -> Lo g O n [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
R -> Co nne ct t o R emo te T erm ina l
[MIS C]
A -> Al arm Cut Of f
K -> Cl ear Per for man ce D ata
X -> Cl ear Ala rm Que ue a nd His tory
Y -> Re tur n to De fau lt
Z -> Sy ste m Re set
>>SP ACE ba r to re fre sh o r e nte r a com man d == =>
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Chapter 6 Terminal Operation
Then press “Y” to confirm or “N” to abort.
FOM
=== Mai n M enu ===
2 1:06 :21 02 /06/ 200 8
Seri al Num ber
: 12 6215
Devi ce Nam e : LOO P O 9330
Hard war e V ersi on: Ve r.D
Conn ect Po rt: SUP V_P ORT
Firm war e V ersi on: V1 .06. 01 09/ 02/2 008
Star t T ime
: 22: 55: 05 0 2/0 1/2 008
[DISPLAY]
[SETUP]
1 -> 1 Hour Perf. Report
P -> Password Setup
2 -> 24 Hour Perf. Report
S -> System Setup
C -> System Configuration
M -> System Alarm Setup
Q -> Alarm Queue
T -> Loopback Test
H -> Alarm History
L -> File Transfer
I -> Line Status
V -> Store/Retrieve Configuration
[LOG]
F -> Log Off [SETUP],[MISC] Menu
O -> Log On [SETUP],[MISC] Menu
R -> Connect to Remote Terminal
[MISC]
A -> Alarm Cut Off
K -> Clear Performance Data
X -> Clear Alarm Queue and History
Y -> Return to Default
Z -> System Reset
>> C ut off ala rm - a re y ou sur e (Y /N) ?
6.16
Clear Performance Data
The full menu path for Clear Performance Data is as follows:
O > Log On
K > Clear Performance Data
Press “K” from the Main Menu to clear performance data.
FOM
=== Mai n M enu ===
2 1:06 :21 02 /06/ 200 8
Seri al Num ber
: 12 6215
Hard war e V ersi on: Ve r.D
Firm war e V ersi on: V1 .06. 01 09/ 02/2 008
Devi ce Nam e : LOO P O 9330
Conn ect Po rt: SUP V_P ORT
Star t T ime
: 22: 55: 05 0 2/0 1/2 008
[DIS PLA Y]
1 -> 1 Hou r Pe rf. Re port
2 -> 24 Ho ur P erf . R epor t
C -> Sy ste m Co nfi gur atio n
Q -> Al arm Que ue
H -> Al arm His tor y
I -> Li ne Stat us
[SET UP]
P -> Pa ssw ord Set up
S -> Sy ste m Se tup
M -> Sy ste m Al arm Se tup
T -> Lo opb ack Tes t
L -> Fi le Tran sfe r
V -> St ore /Ret rie ve Conf igu rat ion
[LOG ]
F -> Lo g O ff [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
O -> Lo g O n [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
R -> Co nne ct t o R emo te T erm ina l
[MIS C]
A -> Al arm Cut Of f
K -> Cl ear Per for man ce D ata
X -> Cl ear Ala rm Que ue a nd His tory
Y -> Re tur n to De fau lt
Z -> Sy ste m Re set
>>SP ACE ba r to re fre sh o r e nte r a com man d == =>
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Chapter 6 Terminal Operation
Then press “Y” to confirm or “N” to abort.
FOM
=== Mai n M enu ===
Seri al Num ber
: 12 6215
Hard war e V ersi on: Ve r.D
Firm war e V ersi on: V1 .06. 01 09/ 02/2 008
2 1:06 :21 02 /06/ 200 8
Devi ce Nam e : LOO P O 9330
Conn ect Po rt: SUP V_P ORT
Star t T ime
: 22: 55: 05 0 2/0 1/2 008
[DISPLAY]
1 -> 1 Hour Perf. Report
2 -> 24 Hour Perf. Report
C -> System Configuration
Q -> Alarm Queue
H -> Alarm History
I -> Line Status
[SETUP]
P -> Password Setup
S -> System Setup
M -> System Alarm Setup
T -> Loopback Test
L -> File Transfer
V -> Store/Retrieve Configuration
[LOG]
F -> Log Off [SETUP],[MISC] Menu
O -> Log On [SETUP],[MISC] Menu
R -> Connect to Remote Terminal
[MISC]
A -> Alarm Cut Off
K -> Clear Performance Data
X -> Clear Alarm Queue and History
Y -> Return to Default
Z -> System Reset
>> C lea r P erfo rma nce Dat a ? [Y /N]
6.17
Clear Alarm Queue and History
The full menu path for Clear Alarm Queue and History is as follows:
O > Log On
X > Clear Alarm Queue and History
Press “X” from the Main Menu to Clear Alarm Queue and History.
FOM
=== Mai n M enu ===
2 1:06 :21 02 /06/ 200 8
Seri al Num ber
: 12 6215
Hard war e V ersi on: Ve r.D
Firm war e V ersi on: V1 .06. 01 09/ 02/2 008
Devi ce Nam e : LOO P O 9330
Conn ect Po rt: SUP V_P ORT
Star t T ime
: 22: 55: 05 0 2/0 1/2 008
[DIS PLA Y]
1 -> 1 Hou r Pe rf. Re port
2 -> 24 Ho ur P erf . R epor t
C -> Sy ste m Co nfi gur atio n
Q -> Al arm Que ue
H -> Al arm His tor y
I -> Li ne Stat us
[SET UP]
P -> Pa ssw ord Set up
S -> Sy ste m Se tup
M -> Sy ste m Al arm Se tup
T -> Lo opb ack Tes t
L -> Fi le Tran sfe r
V -> St ore /Ret rie ve Conf igu rat ion
[LOG ]
F -> Lo g O ff [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
O -> Lo g O n [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
R -> Co nne ct t o R emo te T erm ina l
[MIS C]
A -> Al arm Cut Of f
K -> Cl ear Per for man ce D ata
X -> Cl ear Ala rm Que ue a nd His tory
Y -> Re tur n to De fau lt
Z -> Sy ste m Re set
>>SP ACE ba r to re fre sh o r e nte r a com man d == =>
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Chapter 6 Terminal Operation
Then press “Y” to confirm or “N” to abort.
FOM
=== Mai n M enu ===
Seri al Num ber
: 12 6215
Hard war e V ersi on: Ve r.D
Firm war e V ersi on: V1 .06. 01 09/ 02/2 008
2 1:06 :21 02 /06/ 200 8
Devi ce Nam e : LOO P O 9330
Conn ect Po rt: SUP V_P ORT
Star t T ime
: 22: 55: 05 0 2/0 1/2 008
[DISPLAY]
1 -> 1 Hour Perf. Report
2 -> 24 Hour Perf. Report
C -> System Configuration
Q -> Alarm Queue
H -> Alarm History
I -> Line Status
[SETUP]
P -> Password Setup
S -> System Setup
M -> System Alarm Setup
T -> Loopback Test
L -> File Transfer
V -> Store/Retrieve Configuration
[LOG]
F -> Log Off [SETUP],[MISC] Menu
O -> Log On [SETUP],[MISC] Menu
R -> Connect to Remote Terminal
[MISC]
A -> Alarm Cut Off
K -> Clear Performance Data
X -> Clear Alarm Queue and History
Y -> Return to Default
Z -> System Reset
>> C lea r a larm qu eue - a re you sur e ( Y/N )?
6.18
Return to Default
The full menu path for Return to Default is as follows:
O > Log On
Y > Return to Default
Press “Y” from the Main Menu to return the default.
FOM
=== Mai n M enu ===
2 1:06 :21 02 /06/ 200 8
Seri al Num ber
: 12 6215
Hard war e V ersi on: Ve r.D
Firm war e V ersi on: V1 .06. 01 09/ 02/2 008
Devi ce Nam e : LOO P O 9330
Conn ect Po rt: SUP V_P ORT
Star t T ime
: 22: 55: 05 0 2/0 1/2 008
[DIS PLA Y]
1 -> 1 Hou r Pe rf. Re port
2 -> 24 Ho ur P erf . R epor t
C -> Sy ste m Co nfi gur atio n
Q -> Al arm Que ue
H -> Al arm His tor y
I -> Li ne Stat us
[SET UP]
P -> Pa ssw ord Set up
S -> Sy ste m Se tup
M -> Sy ste m Al arm Se tup
T -> Lo opb ack Tes t
L -> Fi le Tran sfe r
V -> St ore /Ret rie ve Conf igu rat ion
[LOG ]
F -> Lo g O ff [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
O -> Lo g O n [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
R -> Co nne ct t o R emo te T erm ina l
[MIS C]
A -> Al arm Cut Of f
K -> Cl ear Per for man ce D ata
X -> Cl ear Ala rm Que ue a nd His tory
Y -> Re tur n to De fau lt
Z -> Sy ste m Re set
>>SP ACE ba r to re fre sh o r e nte r a com man d == =>
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Chapter 6 Terminal Operation
Then press “Y” to confirm or “N” to abort.
FOM
=== Main Menu ===
21:06:21 02/06/2008
Serial Number
: 126215
Hardware Version: Ver.D
Firmware Version: V1.06.01 09/02/2008
Device Name : LOOP O9330
Connect Port: SUPV_PORT
Start Time : 22:55:05 02/01/2008
[DISPLAY]
1 -> 1 Hour Perf. Report
2 -> 24 Hour Perf. Report
C -> System Configuration
Q -> Alarm Queue
H -> Alarm History
I -> Line Status
[SETUP]
P -> Password Setup
S -> System Setup
M -> System Alarm Setup
T -> Loopback Test
L -> File Transfer
V -> Store/Retrieve Configuration
[LOG]
F -> Log Off [SETUP],[MISC] Menu
O -> Log On [SETUP],[MISC] Menu
R -> Connect to Remote Terminal
[MISC]
A -> Alarm Cut Off
K -> Clear Performance Data
X -> Clear Alarm Queue and History
Y -> Return to Default
Z -> System Reset
>> R etu rn to d efa ult - a re you sur e ? [Y /N]
6.19
System Reset
The full menu path for System Reset is as follows:
O > Log On
Z > System Reset
To reset the system, press “Z” from the Main Menu.
FOM
=== Mai n M enu ===
2 1:06 :21 02 /06/ 200 8
Seri al Num ber
: 12 6215
Hard war e V ersi on: Ve r.D
Firm war e V ersi on: V1 .06. 01 09/ 02/2 008
Devi ce Nam e : LOO P O 9330
Conn ect Po rt: SUP V_P ORT
Star t T ime
: 22: 55: 05 0 2/0 1/2 008
[DIS PLA Y]
1 -> 1 Hou r Pe rf. Re port
2 -> 24 Ho ur P erf . R epor t
C -> Sy ste m Co nfi gur atio n
Q -> Al arm Que ue
H -> Al arm His tor y
I -> Li ne Stat us
[SET UP]
P -> Pa ssw ord Set up
S -> Sy ste m Se tup
M -> Sy ste m Al arm Se tup
T -> Lo opb ack Tes t
L -> Fi le Tran sfe r
V -> St ore /Ret rie ve Conf igu rat ion
[LOG ]
F -> Lo g O ff [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
O -> Lo g O n [ SET UP] ,[MI SC] Me nu
R -> Co nne ct t o R emo te T erm ina l
[MIS C]
A -> Al arm Cut Of f
K -> Cl ear Per for man ce D ata
X -> Cl ear Ala rm Que ue a nd His tory
Y -> Re tur n to De fau lt
Z -> Sy ste m Re set
>>SP ACE ba r to re fre sh o r e nte r a com man d == =>
96
Chapter 6 Terminal Operation
After done the selection for reset site and reset mode, key in system password. Then press “Y” to confirm or
“N” to abort.
FOM
=== Mai n M enu ===
Seri al Num ber
: 12 6215
Hard war e V ersi on: Ve r.D
Firm war e V ersi on: V1 .06. 01 09/ 02/2 008
2 1:06 :21 02 /06/ 200 8
Devi ce Nam e : LOO P O 9330
Conn ect Po rt: SUP V_P ORT
Star t T ime
: 22: 55: 05 0 2/0 1/2 008
[DISPLAY]
1 -> 1 Hour Perf. Report
2 -> 24 Hour Perf. Report
C -> System Configuration
Q -> Alarm Queue
H -> Alarm History
I -> Line Status
[SETUP]
P -> Password Setup
S -> System Setup
M -> System Alarm Setup
T -> Loopback Test
L -> File Transfer
V -> Store/Retrieve Configuration
[LOG]
F -> Log Off [SETUP],[MISC] Menu
O -> Log On [SETUP],[MISC] Menu
R -> Connect to Remote Terminal
[MISC]
A -> Alarm Cut Off
K -> Clear Performance Data
X -> Clear Alarm Queue and History
Y -> Return to Default
Z -> System Reset
>> R ese t S ite ?
*L ocal
Rem ote
>> R est art Mod e ?
*War m R est art
==>> En ter pas swo rd : XX XX
6.20
C old Res tar t
Load Default
Power on the Loop-O9330 unit. When the system shows the message: Press ACO key to load default
configuration …3…, press the ACO button from O9330's front panel to load default for controller unit and
all plug-in cards. See also below screen for the details.
';;'
;;
,, ,,,
,,, ,,
, ,, ,,,,
;;
, ;'
' ;,
,; '
';,
;;; ' ' ;,
;;
,; '
';, ,;'
'; ,
;;
';,
;;
;;
;; ;;
;;
;;
;;
;;
, ;;
;; ;;
;;
;;,
;;
;;
,; ;;
;;
;;
;;
;;' ;,,; '
,;;, ,,, ,;; ;
';, ,,; '
' ;,, ,;'
;;
;;
T e l e c o m
, ;;,
- -- Loop -O9 330 E1/ T1 FOM --Init Sy ste m Co nfi gur atio n.. ...
Pres s A CO key to loa d de fau lt conf igu rat ion. ..3 ...
97