NetVanta Series Serial NIM Quick Config Guide (Rev A)

NetVanta Series
(with Serial Network Interface Module)
Quick Configuration Guide
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February 2004
Equipment Required
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V.35 or X.21 cable for connecting the system to the existing network.
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VT100 terminal or PC with VT100 emulation software.
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DB-9 (male) to DB-9 (female) straight-through cable for configuring the unit.
Cable length for the Serial interface should not exceed 25 feet.
This quick start guide provides step-by-step instructions for configuring your application. The
configuration scripts are available on the ADTRAN OS System Documentation CD.
Network Diagrams
Frame-Relay Diagram
Branch Office
Corporate HQ
V.35 or X.21
eth 0/1
LAN IP: 10.10.20.7/24
V.35 or X.21
TSU
TSU
TSU IQ
ENTER
A
1
B
2
D
4
WAN
VPN
PWR
STAT
TD
NetVanta 3200
LAN
CANCEL
RD
TD
RD
TD
RD
LAN IP: 10.10.10.1/24
A
1
ENTER
F
6
PREV
8
ADD
9
SHIFT
DELETE
0
QUICK
*
TSU IQ
C
3
E
5
NEXT
7
D
4
#
B
2
E
5
C
3
F
6
NEXT
7
PREV
8
ADD
9
SHIFT
DELETE
0
QUICK
*
CANCEL
#
NetVanta
FR 1
DLCI 16
Annex D Signaling
192.168.72.1/30
WAN IP: 192.168.72.2/30
PPP over Point-to-Point T1 Diagram
Branch Office
Corporate HQ
V.35 or X.21
V.35 or X.21
serial 1/1
TSU
TSU IQ
ENTER
A
1
D
4
NetVanta 3200
WAN
VPN
PWR
STAT
TD
RD
TD
LAN
RD
TD
RD
NetVanta
eth 0/1
LAN IP: 10.10.20.7/24
CANCEL
B
2
E
5
C
3
F
6
NEXT
7
PREV
8
ADD
9
SHIFT
DELETE
0
QUICK
*
Point-to-Point T1
#
PPP 1
PPP Signaling
192.168.72.1/30
LAN IP: 10.10.10.1/24
TSU
TSU IQ
ENTER
A
1
D
4
CANCEL
B
2
E
5
C
3
F
6
NEXT
7
PREV
8
ADD
9
SHIFT
DELETE
0
QUICK
*
#
WAN IP: 192.168.72.2/30
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Configuring the Unit
The NetVanta may be initially accessed and managed either via a console session or
through a Telnet session. See step 1a for console session instructions. Initiating a Telnet session requires using a hub and two Ethernet cables (one for the PC and one for
the unit). The default Ethernet IP address is 10.10.10.1. Refer to step 9 to change Telnet session settings.
1a
Initiating a Console Session
1. Connect a VT100 terminal (or PC with VT100 emulation software) to the NetVanta
CONSOLE port using a DB-9 (male) to DB-9 (female) straight-through serial cable.
2. Configure the COM port with the following parameters:
Data Rate:
9600
Data Bits:
8
Parity Bits:
None
Stop Bits:
1
Flow Control: None
3. Open a VT100 terminal session. (Please refer to the appropriate VT100 terminal
software documentation for detailed instructions.)
4. Press the <Enter> key.
5. Enter enable at the > prompt.
6. Enter the password when prompted. The default password is password. You are
now at the # prompt. At the # prompt, enter config terminal to enter the global
configuration mode.
The configuration parameters used in the example outlined in this document are for
instructional purposes only. Please replace all underlined entries (example) with your
specific parameters to configure your application
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Configuring the Ethernet Port Parameters
1. At the (config)# prompt, enter interface eth 0/1 to access the configuration
parameters for the Ethernet port located on the rear panel of the unit.
2. Enter ip address 10.10.20.7 255.255.255.0 to assign an IP address to the Ethernet
port using a 24-bit subnet mask.
If you are accessing the NetVanta via Telnet, once you change this IP address, you will
lose connection to the NetVanta. You must change the IP address of your PC before you
can proceed.
ADTRAN recommends that you set the Ethernet speed and duplex to match the switch or
hub it is plugged in to.
For example: (config-eth 0/1)#speed 10
(config-eth 0/1)#half-duplex
3. Enter no shutdown to activate the interface to pass data.
4. Enter exit to exit the Ethernet interface commands and return to the global
configuration mode.
The NetVanta Network Interface Modules (NIMs) use a slot/port notation for interface
identification. All non-modular interfaces built into the base unit (e.g., the Ethernet port) are
identified using 0 as the slot number.
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Configuring the Serial Interface
The following steps demonstrate configuring a serial network interface.
1. At the (config)# prompt, enter interface serial 1/1 to activate the interface
configuration mode for the serial network interface.
2. Enter serial-mode v35 to configure the serial interface for use with the V.35 adapter
cable (P/N 1200873L1).
3. Enter no shutdown to activate the interface to pass data.
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Skip to step 6 for PPP configuration.
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Configuring the Frame-Relay Virtual Interface
The following steps outline configuring a frame-relay virtual interface (labeled 1) using
a single DLCI back to the corporate router (defined as DLCI 16).
1. At the (config)# prompt, enter interface fr 1 to create a frame-relay virtual interface
labeled 1.
2. If the default setting of ansi was changed, enter frame-relay lmi-type ansi to
configure frame-relay virtual interface 1 to use ANSI (Annex D) signaling.
3. Enter no shutdown to activate the virtual interface to pass data.
4. Enter exit to return to the global configuration mode.
5. The unit has a factory default PPP 1 interface. Enter the command no ppp 1 to
remove this interface.
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Creating the PVC and Assigning an IP Address
1. At the (config)# prompt, enter interface fr 1.16 to create a PVC assigned to framerelay virtual interface 1. This activates the configuration parameters for the PVC.
Your prompt should now display (config-fr 1.16)#.
2. Enter frame-relay interface-dlci 16 to assign DLCI 16 to this PVC.
3. Enter ip address 192.168.72.1 255.255.255.252 to assign an IP address of
192.168.72.1 for this PVC using a 30-bit subnet mask.
4. Enter exit to return to the global configuration mode.
5. If you are configuring the NetVanta for use in a frame-relay application and have
completed this step, skip to step 7.
The default encapsulation is RFC 1490 or IETF. Make certain the remote unit uses the same
encapsulation for frame-relay.
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Configuring the Virtual PPP Interface
The following steps show how to configure a PPP virtual interface (labeled 1) to the
corporate router. Skip to step 7 if you are using frame-relay.
1. At the (config)# prompt, enter interface ppp 1 to create a PPP virtual interface
labeled 1.
2. Enter ip address 192.168.72.1 255.255.255.252 to assign an IP address to the
PPP endpoint using a 30-bit mask.
3. Enter no shutdown to activate the virtual interface to pass data.
4. Enter exit to return to the global configuration mode.
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Creating the Cross-Connect
1. For frame-relay applications, at the (config)# prompt, enter cross-connect 1 serial
1/1 frame-relay 1 to connect the serial NIM to the virtual frame-relay interface
(fr 1.16).
or
2. For PPP applications, enter cross-connect 1 serial 1/1 ppp 1 to connect the serial
NIM to the virtual PPP interface labeled 1.
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Configuring the Routes
Depending on your network setup, configure your unit in one of the following ways
beginning at the (config)# prompt:
Scenario 1: Static Route to the Far Side/Internet Access at Local Site
1. Set up the static route: ip route 10.10.10.0 255.255.255.0 ppp 1
(or frame-relay 1.16).
2. Set up the default route: ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 10.10.20.x (i.e., address of
internet router).
Scenario 2: No Internet Access at Local Site
1. Set up the default route: ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 ppp 1 (or frame-relay 1.16).
2. The internet router at the far side will need a route statement to send traffic back to
this network through the NetVanta 3205. The information (based on the diagram
shown at the beginning of this document) is as follows:
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Destination address: 10.10.20.0 (remote LAN)
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Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
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Gateway: 10.10.10.1 (NetVanta 3205’s Ethernet)
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Configuring Telnet
The following steps show how to access the Telnet configuration parameters and
change the password. The default password for initializing a Telnet session is
password (all lower-case). For security purposes, change the password to something
unique. For this example, replace the underlined word with a password of your
choosing. The NetVanta supports five Telnet sessions (0-4).
1.
2.
3.
4.
Verify that the prompt of your unit displays (config)#.
Enter line telnet 0 4 to change the configuration parameters for the Telnet session.
Enter password word to change the login password for the Telnet session.
Enter exit to return to the global configuration mode.
An enable security mode password must be defined before configured Telnet sessions are
activated. See the following step (Step 10) for information on password configuration.
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Setting the Enable Security Mode Password
1. Verify that the prompt of your unit displays (config)#.
2. Enter enable password word to set the enable security mode password.
or
3. Enter enable password md5 word to encrypt the enable password using MD5
encryption.
The enable command security level passwords are case sensitive.
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Saving the Configuration
1. Verify that the prompt of your unit displays (config)#.
2. Enter exit to leave configuration mode.
3. Enter copy running-config startup-config to save the current configuration to
memory. This command may be abbreviated as copy run start.
4. Enter exit to close the configuration session.
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Completing the Installation
The NetVanta is now configured and operational. Complete the installation by connecting the appropriate cables to the serial and Ethernet networks. Please refer to the
NetVanta Hardware Installation Guide for more details on pinouts and cabling.
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