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Hotwire 8775 M/SDSL Termination Unit
Installation Instructions
Document Number 8775-A2-GZ40-20
June 1999
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Hotwire 8775 M/SDSL Termination Unit User’s Guide
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Hotwire 8775 M/SDSL Termination Unit
The Hotwire 8775 Termination Unit is a circuit card assembly comprising four
Multirate Symmetric Digital Subscriber Line (M/SDSL) ports. When the Hotwire
8775 Termination Unit is used in a Hotwire 8600 Series or 8800 Series Digital
Subscriber Line Access Multiplexer (DSLAM) chassis, it transports 2048 kbps
signals over traditional twisted-pair telephone wiring.
! HANDLING PRECAUTIONS FOR
STATIC-SENSITIVE DEVICES
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This product is designed to protect sensitive components from damage
due to electrostatic discharge (ESD) during normal operation. When
performing installation procedures, however, take proper static control
precautions to prevent damage to equipment. If you are not sure of the
proper static control precautions, contact your nearest sales or service
representative.
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Installation Overview
Installation and configuration of the Hotwire 8775 Termination Unit consists of:
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Installing the unit in the DSLAM.
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Connecting to the DTE.
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Connecting to an MDF.
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Providing initial unit identity information or changing existing identity
information.
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Configuring your unit using the Configuration Edit menus.
Before you install the unit, read the Important Safety Instructions on page 16.
Be sure to register your warranty at www.paradyne.com. Select Service &
Support → Warranty Registration.
Planning the Installation
Review the following list to help plan for the installation.
- Obtain the applicable cables; refer to Cables You Need.
- Make sure the Hotwire DSLAM chassis is installed and power is supplied to
the chassis.
- After the unit is installed, there are configuration procedures that must be
performed before you can begin to use it. Refer to the User’s Guide if you
require detailed configuration procedures.
Cables You Need
The following customer-provided cables are used with this product.
For the network connection:
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Plug-ended 50-position Telco cable for connection from the Hotwire 8600
Series DSLAM LINE port or one of the Hotwire 8800 Series DSLAM LINES
ports to the Main Distribution Frame (MDF) or other demarcation point.
For the DTE connection, one of the following:
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V.35: 100-position plug-to-four MS34 (such as Paradyne
Feature No. 8700-F1-501)
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X.21: 100-position plug-to-four DB15 (such as Paradyne
Feature No. 8700-F1-502)
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RS-449: 100-position plug-to-four DB37 (such as Paradyne
Feature No. 8700-F1-503)
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EIA-530-A: 100-position plug-to-four DB25 (such as Paradyne
Feature No. 8700-F1-504)
For more information refer to Cables and Pin Assignments in the User’s Guide,
and the appropriate DSLAM installation document.
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Installing DSL Cards
A Hotwire 8775 Termination Unit can be installed, removed, and replaced without
disrupting service to the other cards in the chassis.
" Procedure
To install a Hotwire 8775 Termination Unit:
1. Determine in which slot the unit will be installed. Verify that cards in adjacent
slots have been fastened.
2. Remove the filler plate from the installation slot.
3. Insert the unit into the DSLAM:
— For a Hotwire 8600 Series DSLAM chassis – hold the Hotwire 8775
Termination Unit horizontally with component side facing up and insert it
into the left and right card guides.
— For a Hotwire 8800 Series DSLAM chassis – hold the Hotwire 8775
Termination Unit vertically with component side facing right and insert it
into the top and bottom card guides.
4. Slide the unit into the slot until the power and network connectors seat firmly
in the mating connectors on the backplane.
CAUTION:
Do not force the unit into the slot. This could damage the backplane
connectors. If the card does not seat properly, remove the card and
reinstall it. If it still does not seat properly, call your service
representative.
The unit performs a power-on self-test. All of the LEDs turn ON and OFF
briefly. When the self-test is completed successfully, the SYSTEM OK LED
begins to pulse.
5. If the LED is not pulsing, refer to Messages and Troubleshooting in the User’s
Guide.
6. Secure the unit by fastening the screws at each end of the faceplate.
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Connecting to the DTE Equipment
Connection to the four ports of the Hotwire 8775 Termination Unit is through the
100-pin EIA-530-A interface connector on its faceplate. Use one of the DTE
cables listed under Cables You Need on page 2.
" Procedure
To connect the Hotwire 8775 Termination Unit to your DTE equipment:
1. Connect the 100-position connector of the cable to the connector on the
faceplate of the unit. Align one end of the cable connector with the card
connector, then push on the cable connector until it seats.
The end of the cable connector has a release button. To remove the
connector, press the release button and pull the connector away from the
card.
2. Feed the cable through the Cable Guide if it is in use. When all cables are
installed, anchor them with cable ties to the rack, DSLAM, or Cable Guide.
3. Connect the four terminating connectors to your DTE equipment.
Connecting to an MDF
You can connect the Hotwire DSLAM chassis containing the Hotwire 8775
Termination Unit to an MDF or other demarcation point. Do not connect it to a
POTS splitter.
" Procedure
To connect the Hotwire DSLAM chassis containing the Hotwire 8775 Termination
Unit to an MDF:
1. Plug the 50-position Telco cable into the appropriate LINE port on the
chassis.
2. Replace the longer Telco cable captive screw with a shorter connector
captive screw, which is provided with the Hotwire DSLAM chassis.
3. Insert a cable tie (provided with Hotwire DSLAM chassis) through the tie
mount to hold the 50-position Telco connector in place. If more than one
Telco cable is being connected, span the two or three connectors.
4. Make sure the other end is connected to the appropriate MDF or demarcation
point.
Refer to Cables and Pin Assignments in the User’s Guide for pinouts.
NOTE:
If you are connecting the Telco 25-pair, 50-position cable to an MDF, a
converter may be necessary for terminating the other end of the cable on a
punchdown block before cross-connecting to an MDF.
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Hotwire 8775 Termination Unit LEDs
The following table describes the meaning and states of the LEDs on the Hotwire
8775 Termination Unit faceplate.
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K lrm s
EM O A Te
ST
SY
Type
LED
LED is . . .*
Indicating . . .
SYSTEM
OK
(Green)
On
Normal operation; card functioning normally.
Off
No power to card, or card failure.
NC
SY
RT
PO 1
Slow Cycling Unit is in minimum mode and a download is
required.
Normal operation.
On
Device failure, or Power-On Self-Test (POST)
is not complete.
Off
No alarms.
On
Loopback test or 511 test pattern in progress.
3
Slow cycling
POST in progress.
4
Off
No tests.
2
Pulsing
3
4
Alrm
(Amber)
RT P
PO -U 1
SL K
D LIN
2
Test
(Amber)
SYNC
PORT
1, 2, 3, 4
(Green)
On
The port is operational.
Off
No signal on the port, or DTR or RTS is off.
DSL PORT
LINK UP
1, 2, 3, 4
(Green)
On
DSL link is up.
Slow cycling
DSL training in progress.
Fast cycling
OOF condition.
Off
DSL link is down.
* Slow Cycling:
Fast Cycling:
Pulsing:
LED turns off and on in equal duration once per second.
LED turns off and on in equal duration 5 times per second.
LED turns off momentarily once per second.
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Logging In to the Hotwire DSLAM
You can log in to the Hotwire DSLAM system using either a local
VT100-compatible terminal or a remote Telnet connection.
After you enter your user ID and password, the system displays the Hotwire
Chassis Main Menu. See your Management Communications Controller (MCC)
documentation for information about selecting the unit from the MCC card
selection screen.
Entering Identity Information
After accessing your unit for the first time, use the Change Identity screen to
determine SNMP administrative system information that will be displayed on the
Identity screen of the Status branch. To access the Card Identity screen, follow
this menu selection sequence:
Main Menu → Control → Change Identity
Configuring the Hotwire 8775 Termination Unit
Configuration option settings determine how the unit operates. Use the
Configuration branch of the Hotwire 8775 Termination Unit menu to display or
change configuration option settings.
The Hotwire 8775 Termination Unit is shipped with factory settings in the Default
Factory Configuration area. If the factory default settings do not support your
network’s configuration, customize the configuration options for your application.
A DSLAM-to-DSLAM configuration requires that the unit at one end of the link be
set to NTU mode. Hotwire 8775 Termination Units default to LTU mode.
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Accessing and Displaying Configuration Options
To display the configuration options, you must first load a configuration option set
into the edit area.
To load a configuration option set into the configuration edit area, follow this
menu selection sequence:
Main Menu → Configuration (Load Configuration From)
main/configuration
Slot: 4
Hotwire
Model: 8775
LOAD CONFIGURATION FROM:
Current Configuration
Configuration Loader
Default Factory Configuration
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Exit
Ctrl-a to access these functions, ESC for previous menu
MainMenu
Make a selection by placing the cursor at your choice and pressing Enter.
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If you select . . .
Then . . .
Current
Configuration
The selected configuration option set is loaded and the
Configuration Edit/Display menu screen appears.
Configuration
Loader
The Configuration Loader screen is displayed allowing you to
upload or download configurations from a TFTP server.
Default Factory
Configuration
The selected configuration option set is loaded and the
Configuration Edit/Display menu screen appears.
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Configuration Edit/Display
The Configuration Edit/Display screen is displayed when the current, customer, or
default configuration is loaded and allows groups of configuration options to be
displayed. To access the Configuration Edit/Display screen, follow this menu
selection sequence:
Main Menu → Configuration → Current Configuration
– or –
Main Menu → Configuration → Default Factory Configuration
main/config/edit
Slot: 4
Hotwire
Model: 8775
CONFIGURATION EDIT/DISPLAY
Network
SYNC Port
Copy Ports
System Options
Management and Communication
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Ctrl-a to access these functions, ESC for previous menu
MainMenu
Exit
Save
Select . . .
To Access the . . .
To Configure the . . .
Network
Network Interface Options, Table 1
DSL network interface
Ports 1–4.
SYNC Port
Synchronous Data Port Options,
Table 2
Synchronous DTE interface
Ports 1–4.
Copy Ports
Copy Ports Options, Table 3
DSL network and
synchronous DTE interface
ports by copying options
from port to port.
System
Options
System Options, Table 4
General system options of
the unit.
Management
and
Communication
Telnet Session Options, Table 5
Management support of the
unit through SNMP and
Telnet.
General SNMP Management
Options, Table 6
SNMP NMS Security Options,
Table 7
SNMP Traps Options, Table 8
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Table 1. Network Interface Options
Margin Threshold
Possible Settings: –5db, –4db, –3db, –2db, –1db, 0db, 1db, 2db, 3db, 4db, 5db, 6db,
7db, 8db, 9db, 10db
Default Setting: 3db
Determines the level, expressed in decibels, at which a signal-to-noise margin condition
is recognized.
Excessive Error Rate Threshold
Possible Settings: 1E–4, 1E–5, 1E–6, 1E–7, 1E–8, 1E–9
Default Setting: 1E–6
Determines the error rate at which an excessive error rate (EER) condition is
recognized. The rate is the ratio of the number of CRC errors to the number of bits
received in a certain period.
AutoRate
Possible Settings: Enable, Disable
Default Setting: Enable
Specifies whether the DSL line will automatically train up to the best rate or if the line
rate will be user selectable.
DSL Line Rate
Possible Settings: 144, 272, 400, 528, 784, 1040, 1552, 2064
Default Setting: 144
Specifies the DSL line rate of the unit.
This option is only available when the unit is configured as an LTU and AutoRate
is disabled (unit is in fixed rate).
NOTE:
DSL Line Rates of 1552 and 2064 kbps are available only on the 2 Mbps
unit.
Peer IP Address
Possible Settings: 001.000.000.000 – 223.255.255.255, Clear
Default Setting: 000.000.000.000
Specifies the peer IP address providing the remote management link on the DSL loop.
Circuit Identifier
Possible Settings: [ASCII Text], Clear
Default Setting: [blank]
Uniquely identifies the circuit number of the transmission vendor’s DSL line for
troubleshooting purposes.
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Table 2. Synchronous Data Port Options (1 of 2)
Port Status
Possible Settings: Enable, Disable
Default Setting: Enable
Determines whether the port can be configured and used.
Payload Rate
Possible Settings: 64, 128, 192, 256, 320, 384, 448, 512, 576, 640, 704, 768, 832, 896,
960, 1024, 1088, 1152, 1216, 1280, 1344, 1408, 1472, 1536, 1600, 1664, 1728, 1792,
1856, 1920, 1984, 2048
Default Setting: 128
NOTE:
Payload rates of 1088 kbps and above are available only on the 2 Mbps
unit.
Specifies the payload rate of the port.
Transmit Clock Source
Possible Settings: Internal, External
Default Setting: Internal
Specifies whether the transmitted data for the synchronous data port is clocked using
an internal clock provided by the unit (synchronized to the clock source specified by the
clock source configuration option) or an external clock provided by the DTE connected
to the synchronous data port. If an external clock is used, it must be synchronized to the
same clock source as the unit.
Invert Transmit Clock
Possible Settings: Disable, Enable
Default Setting: Disable
Specifies whether the clock supplied by the unit on the TXC interchange circuit DB
(ITU-T 114) is phase inverted with respect to the Transmitted Data interchange circuit
BA (ITU-T 103). This configuration option is useful when long cable lengths between the
unit and the DTE are causing data errors.
Send All Ones on Data Port Not Ready
Possible Settings: Both, Disable, DTR, RTS
Default Setting: Both
Specifies the conditions on the data port that determine when valid data is not being
sent from the DTE. When this condition is detected, all ones are sent to the network.
Action on Network LOS Alarm
Possible Settings: Halt, None
Default Setting: Halt
Specifies the action taken on the synchronous data port when an LOS (Loss Of Signal)
alarm is received on the network interface.
Network Initiated Data Channel Loopback
Possible Settings: Disable, Enable
Default Setting: Disable
Allows the initiation and termination of a Data Channel Loopback (DCLB) by the receipt
of a DCLB-actuate sequence or DCLB-release sequence from the network or far-end
device.
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Table 2. Synchronous Data Port Options (2 of 2)
Port (DTE) Initiated Loopbacks
Possible Settings: Disable, DTLB, DCLB, Both
Default Setting: Disable
Allows the initiation and termination of a local Data Terminal Loopback (DTLB) or
remote Data Channel Loopback (DCLB) by the DTE connected to this port. (DTLB is
equivalent to a V.54 loop 3, and DCLB is equivalent to a V.54 loop 2.) Control of these
loopbacks is through the DTE interchange circuits as specified by the V.54 standard.
ElasticStore
Possible Settings: Disable, Enable
Default Setting: Enable
Used to enable or disable a first in first out (FIFO) buffer circuit for the incoming external
clock. This circuit is used to compensate for the differences between the frequencies of
the data clocks for the two units in the circuit. This option only applies if the unit is set
for external timing.
Table 3. Copy Ports Options
From: Port
Possible Settings: 1, 2, 3, 4
Default Setting: 1
Controls the source of the configuration options.
To: Port
Possible Settings: 1, 2, 3, 4, All
Default Setting: 2
Controls the target of the configuration options.
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Table 4. System Options
DSL Mode
Possible Settings: LTU, NTU
Default Setting: LTU
Controls whether the unit is configured as a control unit or tributary unit.
NOTE:
Changing this option will reset the card.
Test Timeout
Possible Settings: Enable, Disable
Default Setting: Enable
Allows user-initiated tests to end automatically. The feature should be enabled when the
unit is remotely managed, so that control can be regained after a test is accidentally
executed.
NOTE:
Tests commanded by the DTE or network-initiated tests are not affected by
this test timeout.
Test Duration (min)
Possible Settings: 1–120
Default Setting: 10
Number of minutes for a test to be active before automatically ending.
Test Duration (min) option appears when Test Timeout is enabled.
Table 5. Telnet Session Options (1 of 2)
Telnet Session
Possible Settings: Enable, Disable
Default Setting: Enable
Specifies if the unit will respond to a Telnet session request from a Telnet client on an
interconnected IP network.
Telnet Login Required
Possible Settings: Enable, Disable
Default Setting: Disable
Used to secure access to the ATI through a Telnet session. Login IDs are created with a
password and access level.
Session Access Level
Possible Settings: Administrator, Operator
Default Setting: Administrator
The Telnet session access level is interrelated with the access level of the Login ID.
Inactivity Timeout
Possible Settings: Enable, Disable
Default Setting: Disable
Provides automatic logoff of a Telnet session.
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Table 5. Telnet Session Options (2 of 2)
Disconnect Time (Minutes)
Possible Settings: 1–60
Default Setting: 5
Number of minutes of inactivity before a Telnet session terminates automatically.
Timeout is based on no keyboard activity.
Disconnect Time (minutes) option appears when Inactivity Timeout is enabled.
Table 6. General SNMP Management Options
SNMP Management
Possible Settings: Enable, Disable
Default Setting: Disable
Enables or disables the SNMP management features.
Community Name 1
Possible Settings: ASCII text field
Default Text: Public
Identifies the name of the community allowed to access the unit’s MIB. The community
name must be supplied by an external SNMP manager when that manager attempts to
access an object in the MIB.
Name 1 Access
Possible Settings: Read, Read/Write
Default Setting: Read
Determines the access level for Community Name 1.
Community Name 2
Possible Settings: ASCII text field
Default Text: [null string]
Identifies the name of the second community allowed to access the unit’s MIB. The
community name must be supplied by an external SNMP manager when that manager
attempts to access an object in the MIB.
Name 2 Access
Possible Settings: Read, Read/Write
Default Setting: Read
Determines the access level for Community Name 2.
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Table 7. SNMP NMS Security Options
NMS IP Validation
Possible Settings: Enable, Disable
Default Setting: Disable
Specifies whether security checking is performed on the IP address of SNMP
management systems attempting to access the node.
Number of Managers
Possible Settings: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
Default Setting: 1
Specifies the number of SNMP management systems that can send SNMP messages.
NMS n IP Address
Possible Settings: 001.000.000.000 – 223.255.255.255, Clear
Default Setting: 000.000.000.000
Specifies the Internet Protocol address used to identify each SNMP manager.
Access Level
Possible Settings: Read, Read/Write
Default Setting: Read
Determines the access level allowed for an authorized NMS when IP address validation
is being performed.
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Table 8. SNMP Traps Options
SNMP Traps
Possible Settings: Enable, Disable
Default Setting: Disable
Controls the generation of SNMP trap messages. The options for addresses and types
of traps are located in this table.
Number of Trap Managers
Possible Settings: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Default Setting: 1
Sets the number of SNMP management systems that will receive SNMP traps.
NMS n IP Address
Possible Settings: 001.000.000.000 – 223.255.255.255, Clear
Default Setting: 000.000.000.000
Specifies the Internet Protocol address used to identify each SNMP trap manager.
NMS n Destination
Possible Settings: IMC, DSL1, DSL2, DSL3, DSL4
Default Setting: IMC
Provides the network destination path of each trap manager.
General Traps
Possible Settings: Disable, Warm, AuthFail, Both
Default Setting: Both
Determines which SNMP traps are sent to each trap manager.
Enterprise Specific Traps
Possible Settings: Enable, Disable
Default Setting: Disable
Determines if SNMP traps are generated for enterprise-specific events.
Link Traps
Possible Settings: Disable, Up, Down, Both
Default Setting: Both
Determines if SNMP traps are generated for link up and link down for one of the
communication interfaces.
Link Trap Interfaces
Possible Settings: Network, SYNC, All
Default Setting: All
Determines if the SNMP linkUp, SNMP linkDown, and interface-related
enterpriseSpecific traps are generated for the network interface and/or synchronous
data (DTE) port.
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!
Important Safety Instructions
1. Read and follow all warning notices and instructions marked on the product
or included in the manual.
2. Input power to this product must be provided by one of the following: (1) a UL
Listed\CSA Certified power source with a class 2 or Limited Power Source
(LPS) for use in North America; or (2) a Safety Extra Low Voltage
(SELV)/maximum 240 VA available input, certified for use in the country of
installation.
3. Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation. To ensure
reliable operation of the product and to protect it from overheating, these
slots and openings must not be blocked or covered.
4. Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord and do not locate the product
where persons will walk on the power cord.
5. Do not attempt to install or service this product yourself, as opening or
removing covers may expose you to dangerous high voltage points or other
risks. Refer all installation and servicing to qualified service personnel.
6. General purpose cables are provided with this product. Special cables, which
may be required by the regulatory inspection authority for the installation site,
are the responsibility of the customer.
7. When installed in the final configuration, the product must comply with the
applicable Safety Standards and regulatory requirements of the country in
which it is installed. If necessary, consult with the appropriate regulatory
agencies and inspection authorities to ensure compliance.
8. A rare phenomenon can create a voltage potential between the earth
grounds of two or more buildings. If products installed in separate buildings
are interconnected, the voltage potential may cause a hazardous condition.
Consult a qualified electrical consultant to determine whether or not this
phenomenon exists and, if necessary, implement corrective action prior to
interconnecting the products.
9. In addition, if the equipment is to be used with telecommunications circuits,
take the following precautions:
— Never install telephone wiring during a lightning storm.
— Never install telephone jacks in wet locations unless the jack is
specifically designed for wet locations.
— Never touch uninsulated telephone wires or terminals unless the
telephone line has been disconnected at the network interface.
— Use caution when installing or modifying telephone lines.
— Avoid using a telephone (other than a cordless type) during an electrical
storm. There may be a remote risk of electric shock from lightning.
— Do not use the telephone to report a gas leak in the vicinity of the leak.
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EMI Warnings
! WARNING:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for
a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These
limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial
environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is
likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be
required to correct the interference at his own expense.
The authority to operate this equipment is conditioned by the
requirements that no modifications will be made to the equipment
unless the changes or modifications are expressly approved by
Paradyne Corporation.
! WARNING:
To Users of Digital Apparatus in Canada:
This Class A digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian
interference-causing equipment regulations.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A respecte toutes les exigences du
règlement sur le matérial brouilleur du Canada.
Warranty, Sales, Service, and Training Information
Contact your local sales representative, service representative, or distributor
directly for any help needed. For additional information concerning warranty,
sales, service, repair, installation, documentation, training, distributor locations, or
Paradyne worldwide office locations, use one of the following methods:
Internet: Visit the Paradyne World Wide Web site at www.paradyne.com.
(Be sure to register your warranty there. Select Service & Support →
Warranty Registration.)
Telephone: Call our automated system to receive current information by fax
or to speak with a company representative.
— Within the U.S.A., call 1-800-870-2221
— Outside the U.S.A., call 1-727-530-2340
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Asynchronous Terminal Interface Menu
The following illustration shows the paths to the different ATI screens.
Main
Status
Test
Configuration
Reset
Change Download
AutoRate
Code
Identity
Reset
Apply
Administer
Download Device
Logins
System and Performance Display Identity
Test Status
Statistics
LEDs
Network
Error
statistics
Control
Network
Performance
Statistics
Network Tests SYNC Data Device Abort
Port Tests
Test Tests
Current Configuration Configuration Factory
Edit/Display
Loader
Config
Network
SYNC
Ports
Telnet
Session
Copy
Ports
System
Options
Management
and
Communication
General SNMP SNMP NMS SNMP
Management
Security
Traps
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