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Axxius 800
QUICK START GUIDE
Part Number: 002-0151-0006
Product Release: 2.2
May 2004
Copyright 2004 Carrier Access Corporation. All rights reserved.
The information presented in this manual is subject to change without notice and does not represent a
commitment on the part of Carrier Access Corporation. The hardware and software described herein are
furnished under a license or non-disclosure agreement. The hardware, software, and manual may be used or
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for any purpose other than the purchaser’s personal use without the express written permission of Carrier
Access Corporation.
The Carrier Access Logo, Axxius, and NetworkValet are registered trademarks of Carrier Access
Corporation. All other brand or product names are trademarks or registration trademarks of their respective
companies or organizations.
Contact Information:
Carrier Access Corporation
5395 Pearl Parkway
Boulder, CO 80301-2490
Corporate Phone: (800) 495-5455
Fax: (303) 443-5908
www.carrieraccess.com
Customer Support Direct: (800) 786-9929
E-mail: tech-support@carrieraccess.com
Supporting Software Version:
Axxius 800 Controller Release 2.2
TSR Release 1.3
PREFACE
Preface
Safety Information
CAUTION! ALWAYS USE CAUTION WHEN INSTALLING TELEPHONE LINES.
READ THE CAUTIONS BELOW FOR DETAILS ON SAFETY GUIDELINES TO PREVENT
INJURY.
l Never touch uninsulated telephone wires and terminals unless the
telephone line has been disconnected at the Network Interface (NI) as
voltage potentials as high as 300 VAC may be present across the transmit
and receive pairs.
l Only use No. 26 AWG or larger telecommunication line cord, to reduce
the risk of fire.
l Never install telephone wiring during a lightning storm.
l Never install telephone jacks in wet locations unless the jack is
specifically designed for wet locations.
l Refer to the installation section of this manual for a safe and proper
installation procedure. All wiring external to this equipment should follow
the current provision of the National Electrical Code.
Preface
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Precautions
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Precautions
ESD can damage processors, circuit cards, and other electronic components. Always
observe the following precautions before installing a system component.
1. Do not remove a component from its protective packaging until ready to install
it.
2. Wear a wrist grounding strap and attach it to a metal part of the system unit
before handling components. If a wrist strap is not available, maintain contact
with the system unit throughout any procedure requiring ESD protection.
WARNING! INTEGRATED CIRCUITS (ICS) ARE EXTREMELY SUSCEPTIBLE TO
ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE. UNLESS YOU ARE A QUALIFIED SERVICE
TECHNICIAN WHO USES TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES THAT CONFORM TO ACCEPTED
INDUSTRY PRACTICES, DO NOT HANDLE ICS.
The ESD warning label appears on packages and storage bags
that contain static-sensitive products and components.
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In this Guide
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Unpacking and Inspection
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Installation Environment
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Assembly of Axxius 800
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Rack Mounting
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Compliant Installation
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Chassis Connections
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Connector Pinouts
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LEDs
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Provision a Unit
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Unpacking and Inspection
Unpacking and Inspection
WARNING!
OBSERVE PRECAUTIONS FOR HANDLING ELECTROSTATIC
DEVICES.
1. Inspect containers for damage during shipment. Report any damage to the
freight carrier for possible insurance claims.
2. Compare packing list with office records. Report any discrepancies to the
office.
3. Open shipping containers, be careful not to damage contents.
4. Inspect contents and report any damage.
5. If equipment must be returned for any reason, carefully repack equipment in
the original shipping container with original packing materials if possible.
6. If equipment is to be installed later, replace equipment in original shipping
container and store in a safe place until ready to install.
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Installation Environment
Installation Environment
The environment in which you are installing the Axxius 800 must meet the following
conditions:
DANGER!
RESTRICTED ACCESS LOCATION FOR ACCESS 800: ACCESS
CAN ONLY BE GAINED BY SERVICE PERSONNEL OR USERS WHO HAVE BEEN
INSTRUCTED ABOUT THE POTENTIAL SAFETY HAZARDS THAT EXIST. ACCESS
CAN ONLY BE GAINED TO THE EQUIPMENT LOCATION BY THE USE OF A TOOL OR
LOCK AND KEY. TAKE PRECAUTIONS WHEN INSTALLING/SERVICING THE
EQUIPMENT. HAZARDOUS ENERGY LEVELS EXIST ON THE POWER SUPPLY.
BARE TELECOMMUNICATION NETWORK WIRING IS EXPOSED ON THE REAR
PANEL. DISCONNECT FROM NETWORK BEFORE INSTALLING WIRE WRAP
CONNECTIONS.
NOTE: Installation of unit in Operator Access Locations is possible for 48V
powered units under certain circumstances. Please contact Customer
Service for information on the Axxius DC Input Shroud Kit P/N 790-0027.
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Operating temperature range: -40° to 149° F (-40° to 65° C)
*please see items following that do not operate within this range
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V.34 modem operating temperature range: 32° to 149° F (0° to 65° C)
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FXO, ISDN BRI, and OCU-DP service cards operating temperature range:
32° to 104° F (0° to 40° C)
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Storage temperature range: -40° to 158° F (-40° to 70° C)
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Cooling method is by free air convection
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Maximum operating altitude: 10,000 ft. (3,048 m)
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Minimum operating altitude: 197 ft. (60 m) below sea level
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Maximum non-operating altitude: 40,000 ft. (12,192 m)
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Relative humidity (non-condensing) range: 0 to 95%
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Assembly of Axxius 800
Assembly of Axxius 800
The cards should be positioned according to the following guidelines:
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Power Supply(s) 24 or 48 VDC
Single Power Supply - slot Power 1 or Power 2
Dual Power Supplies - slot Power 1 and Power 2
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Controller card(s) DS1 or DS3
Single Controller card - slot A1 or A2
Dual Controller cards - slot A1 and A2
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Interface card
The Interface card is designed with two boards that follow a single guide.
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Service Cards can be in any slot 1 through 8.
Note: Cards that use the front cable connections should be loaded from Slot 8
to 1. This will minimize card access issues due to cable interference.
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Relay Card in the Relay slot.
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Always install blank faceplates in any unused slots.
Future Development
Power
Supplies
(P1 & P2)
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Controller
Cards
(A1 & A2)
Interface
Card
Service Card
Slots 1-8
Relay
Card
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Rack Mounting
Rack Mounting
The Axxius 800 can be mounted on a 19 or 23 inch rack with Carrier Access mounting
brackets.
NOTE: The Axxius 800 requires at least 3/4 inches of free air space above
and below the chassis (approx 1/2 RU) for air circulation.
Always leave at least 14" clearance in front of the unit, to add and remove cards.
Axxius 800 mounted to a 19" rack with mounting brackets
Bracket Ears
to the front
Bracket Ears
to the back
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Axxius
Front
Depending on the
customer needs
the mounting
brackets can be
mounted with
fingers to the
front or to the back
of the unit
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Rack Mounting
To maintain proper convection cooling, maintain at least 1/2 RU between the Axxius
and any other equipment (each Axxius occupies 3 RU of rack space). Therefore, if one
Axxius is mounted above another Axxius, then there would be a total of 1 RU between
them (1/2 RU above the lower unit and 1/2 RU below the upper unit).
Using the 1/2 RU airspace guideline, up to 15 Axxius 800 units may be installed in a
7’ equipment rack
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}
2
1/2 RU free space
1/2 RU free space
1/2 RU free space
3
1/2 RU free space
4
5
6
7
8
9
Axxius = 2 RU
Spacing = 1RU
(1/2 above 1/2 below)
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11
12
13
14
15
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Compliant Installation
Compliant Installation
WARNING!
USE MINIMUM
ALL TELECOMMUNICATION NETWORK CONNECTIONS MUST
26 AWG WIRE.
1. Mount unit in an area that meets Environment conditions, see “Installation
Environment” on page 3.
2. Unit should have power supply(s), controller(s) and Interface cards installed
before power up.
NOTE: All cards (power supplies, controllers, interface, relay and service)
slide into the unit in the same manner. There are guides for each slot (top
and bottom), which the card follows until it is firmly seated into the
backplane.
3. Ground the system, secure the ground lugs to the terminals using the nuts
provided. Attach #6 or #8 AWG copper wire to the terminal.
4. Install service cards.
5. Install blank faceplates in any slot that is not occupied.
6. Connect BITS Clock 1 and/or 2
7. Connect Alarming
8. Secure the power cable and the ground cable with a plastic tie (not included).
Keep these cables separate from the signal cables.
9. Terminate each signal cable to its appropriate connector.
10. Secure the signal cables using the small holes along the bottom of the rack and
plastic ties (not included).
11. Plug in power, to the system, apply the appropriate power for the installed
Power Supply(s)
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Chassis Connections
Chassis Connections
The following illustrations show all connectors on the rear, as well as the front
(interface card) of the Axxius 800.
Visible
Alarms
Ground Terminals
Slot 1-8 Wire Wrap Connectors
Power Connectors
A and B
Clock
A and B
Audible
Alarms
External
Alarm
Inputs
Back of the Axxius 800:
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Audible Alarms
External Alarm Inputs
Visible Alarms
Input (power, P1 and P2)
Bits Clock 1 and 2
Wire Wrap Connectors (slots 1-8)
Ground Lugs
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10Base-T
Ethernet
RS-232
DS3 (SMB)
Connectors (4)
DS1 (RJ-48)
Connectors (4)
Front of the Axxius 800 - Interface Card
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10Base-T Ethernet (RJ-48C)
RS-232 Craft Port
DS3-1 and 2 Transmit and Receive connectors (SMB)
DS1 (1-4) connectors (RJ-48)
For information on this card and all connectors see the Axxius 800 User Manual
“Control Panel Interfaces” on page 11.
CAUTION!
THE AXXIUS 800 CONTAINS CIRCUIT CARDS AND COMPONENTS
THAT ARE SUBJECT TO DAMAGE BY ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE (ESD).
ALWAYS FOLLOW THE ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE (ESD) PRECAUTIONS.
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Chassis Connections
Chassis Ground Connector
Ground Terminals
1. Route wire (#6 or #8 AWG copper) from building ground to lug on Axxius
800.
2. Strip insulation off wire end, if necessary.
Ground Lug
Compression
Screw
Lug Barrel
3. Loosen compression screw until opening is large enough to accept ground
wire.
4. Insert ground wire into lug barrel, beneath compression plate and tighten
compression screw.
5. Attach ground lug to chassis
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Power Connections
There are three power supplies available with the Axxius 800; 24 VDC and 48 VDC
and 48 VDC NI, all use this connector. The Axxius 800 supports a redundant power
system, therefore there is INPUT (power) P1 and P2.
Input Power
Power Supply
Rated Amperage
Recommended External
Input Fuse
24 VDC
5 Amp
7 Amp
48 VDC/48 VDC NI
2.5 Amp
3.5 Amp
A separate fuse should be used for each DC input
NOTE: If two power supplies are installed into the system they MUST be
of the same type (24 VDC, 48 VDC or 48 VDC NI).
Wire each connector to a power source:
1. Ensure that no power is present on the two wires to be connected.
DANGER!
POSSIBLE SHOCK HAZARD EXISTS, PLEASE FOLLOW
INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY.
2. Strip the two wires from the power source so that approximately 5/16 inch of
bare wire is exposed. 16 or 18 AWG insulated copper wire is recommended
for power connections.
3. Insert the Battery Return and DC wires into the appropriate square holes, one
at a time.
4. Tighten screws to clamp wires.
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5. Ensure that no bare wire shows after the wires are installed.
Provided Connector (male)
Tighten screws
to clamp wires
Set Screw
+
-
6. Plug connector in the INPUT (power) connector, as seen in the graphic and
secure with set screws.
7. Apply power to connector.
8. Verify with voltmeter that voltage is correct and polarity is correct.
9. Plug connector(s) into the Axxius 800.
10. A green light should appear on the DC Input LED on the front of the Power
Supply.
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External Alarm Inputs
The external alarm input connector supports 10 alarm inputs and is composed of two
10-pin connectors (two input pairs for each).
External Alarm Input
1. Strip wire so that approximately 5/16 of bare wire is exposed.
back of Axxius
Connector plugged into Axxius
Tighten screw
to clamp wire
Set screw
Wire
2. Insert wire into opening and tighten screw to clamp wire.
3. Ensure that no bare wire shows after the wires are installed.
4. Plug connector in the EXTERNAL ALARMS INPUTS connector, as seen in
the graphic above and secure with set screws.
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Chassis Connections
Visible and Audible Alarms
The external alarm connectors are six-pin connectors with two output pairs for each
alarm level (pins 1 & 2 for minor, pins 3 & 4 for major and 5 & 6 for critical alarms).
Visible Alarm
Audible Alarm
1. Strip wire so that approximately 5/16 of bare wire is exposed.
pin 1
back of Axxius
Wire
Connectors plugged into Axxius
Set screw
Tighten screw
to clamp wire
2. Insert wire into opening and tighten screw to clamp wire.
3. Ensure that no bare wire shows after the wires are installed.
4. Plug connector in the AUDIBLE ALARMS or VISIBLE ALARMS connector,
as seen in the graphic above and secure with set screws.
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BITS Clock 1/BITS Clock 2
The external alarm connectors are three-pin wire-wrap connectors. One for each, Tip
(T), Ring (R) and Shield (S). Tip and Ring are the two connections for the 100 ohm
differential signal to the box. Shield is for grounding the shield of the clock cable to the
Axxius. If the customer is not using shielded cable, then only the Tip and Ring is
connected.
Bits Clock 1 and 2
back of Axxius
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Chassis Connections
Slot (1-8) Wire Wrap Connectors
The Axxius 800 provides wire wrap connectors for each slot (1-8) of the unit. Pinouts
are clearly labeled with the pins.
WARNING!
DISCONNECT FROM NETWORK BEFORE INSTALLING WIRE
WRAP CONNECTIONS.
Wire Wrap Connectors
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Wire Wrap Pinout for 4 Wire Services
Wire Wrap Pins
T1
Name
Description
1RX
Port 1
Receive Ring
Receive from DS1 network
Receive Tip
Receive from DS1 network
Transmit Ring
To DS1 network
Transmit Tip
To DS1 network
Receive Ring
Receive from DS1 network
Receive Tip
Receive from DS1 network
Transmit Ring
To DS1 network
Transmit Tip
To DS1 network
Receive Ring
Receive from DS1 network
Receive Tip
Receive from DS1 network
Transmit Ring
To DS1 network
Transmit Tip
To DS1 network
Receive Ring
Receive from DS1 network
Receive Tip
Receive from DS1 network
Transmit Ring
To DS1 network
Transmit Tip
To DS1 network
1TX
2RX
Port 2
2TX
3RX
Port 3
3TX
4RX
4TX
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Wire Wrap Pinout 2 Wire Services
Wire Wrap Pins
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Description
T1
Channel 1 Transmit Tip
R1
Channel 1 Transmit Ring
T2
Channel 2 Transmit Tip
R2
Channel 2 Transmit Ring
T3
Channel 3 Transmit Tip
R3
Channel 3 Transmit Ring
T4
Channel 4 Transmit Tip
R4
Channel 4 Transmit Ring
T5
Channel 5 Transmit Tip
R5
Channel 5 Transmit Ring
T6
Channel 6 Transmit Tip
R6
Channel 6 Transmit Ring
T7
Channel 7 Transmit Tip
R7
Channel 7 Transmit Ring
T8
Channel 8 Transmit Tip
R8
Channel 8 Transmit Ring
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Standard Telco Color Code
Circuit connections are made at the wire wrap connectors. The pinouts are as follows:
Pair
Pin Location
Function
Color Code
1
26
1
Tip Channel 1
Ring Channel 1
White/Blue
Blue/White
2
27
2
Tip Channel 2
Ring Channel 2
White/Orange
Orange/White
3
28
3
Tip Channel 3
Ring Channel 3
White/Green
Green/White
4
29
4
Tip Channel 4
Ring Channel 4
White/Brown
Brown/White
5
30
5
Tip Channel 5
Ring Channel 5
White/Slate
Slate/White
6
31
6
Tip Channel 6
Ring Channel 6
Red/Blue
Blue/Red
7
32
7
Tip Channel 7
Ring Channel 7
Red/Orange
Orange/Red
8
33
8
Tip Channel 8
Ring Channel 8
Red/Green
Green/Red
9
34
9
Tip Channel 9
Ring Channel 9
Red/Brown
Brown/Red
10
35
10
Tip Channel 10
Ring Channel 10
Red/Slate
Slate/Red
11
36
11
Tip Channel 11
Ring Channel 11
Black/Blue
Blue/Black
12
37
12
Tip Channel 12
Ring Channel 12
Black/Orange
Orange/Black
13
38
13
Tip Channel 13
Ring Channel 13
Black/Green
Green/Black
14
39
14
Tip Channel 14
Ring Channel 14
Black/Brown
Brown/Black
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Pair
26
Pin Location
Function
Color Code
15
40
15
Tip Channel 15
Ring Channel 15
Black/Slate
Slate/Black
16
41
16
Tip Channel 16
Ring Channel 16
Yellow/Blue
Blue/Yellow
17
42
17
Tip Channel 17
Ring Channel 17
Yellow/Orange
Orange/Yellow
18
43
18
Tip Channel 18
Ring Channel 18
Yellow/Green
Green/Yellow
19
44
19
Tip Channel 19
Ring Channel 19
Yellow/Brown
Brown/Yellow
20
45
20
Tip Channel 20
Ring Channel 20
Yellow/Slate
Slate/Yellow
21
46
21
Tip Channel 21
Ring Channel 21
Violet/Blue
Blue/Violet
22
47
22
Tip Channel 22
Ring Channel 22
Violet/Orange
Orange/Violet
23
48
23
Tip Channel 23
Ring Channel 23
Violet/Green
Green/Violet
24
49
24
Tip Channel 24
Ring Channel 24
Violet/Brown
Brown/Violet
25
50
25
Not used/Spare at this
time
Violet/Slate
Slate/Violet
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Connector Pinouts
Connector Pinouts
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Control Panel Interface Card
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OCU-DP (DDS RJ-48S)
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Quad T1/ADPCM Cards RJ-48 Connector
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TSR Card 10/100Base-TX Ethernet
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V.35 DCE (DB-26)
Control Panel Interface Card
RS-232 Craft Port (Female DB-9)
1
The RS-232 craft port connects via a female DB-9
connector on the Axxius 800.
5
6
9
The pinouts are as follows:
Pin Number
Direction
Description
1
Outbound
Carrier Detect
2
Outbound
Receive Data
3
Inbound
Transmit Data
4
Inbound
Data Terminal Ready
5
Signal Ground
6
Outbound
Data Set Ready
7
Inbound
Request to Send
8
Outbound
Clear to Send
9
n/c
Not Connected
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Connector Pinouts
DS1 Connection Ports
1
8
1
8
The DS1 connection ports are each equipped with a standard
RJ-48C (female) on the Axxius 800 unit.
The pinouts are as follows:
DS1 (RJ-48C)
Pin
Name
Description
1
Receive Ring
Receive from DS1 network
2
Receive Tip
Receive from DS1 network
3
N/C
Not connected
4
Transmit Ring
To DS1 network
5
Transmit Tip
To DS1 network
6 -8
N/C
Not connected
10/100Base-TX Ethernet
The 10/100Base-TX Ethernet (female) port to connect to a
remote management tool such as Telnet or an SNMP-based
Network Management System.
The pinouts are as follows:
Ethernet (RJ-45)
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Pin
Name
Description
1
Receive +
Receive from network
2
Receive -
Receive from network
3
Transmit +
Transmit to network
4
N/C
Not connected
5
N/C
Not connected
6
Transmit -
Transmit to network
7-8
N/C
Not connected
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OCU-DP (DDS RJ-48S)
The pinout for RJ-48S female is as follows:
1
Pin
Function
Description
1
Receives Data (R-1)
From Customer to Network Interface
2
Receives Data (T-1)
From Customer to Network Interface
3-6
Not Used
7
Transmits Data (T)
From Network Interface to Customer
8
Transmits Data (R)
From Network Interface to Customer
8
Note: The above listed functions are relative to this port.
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Connector Pinouts
Quad T1/ADPCM Cards RJ-48 Connector
There are four RJ-48 (female) connectors on the front of the Quad
T1 and Quad DS1 ADPCM Card.
1
8
1
8
The pinouts are as follows:
Pin
Name
Description
1
Receive Ring
Receive from DS1 network
2
Receive Tip
Receive from DS1 network
3
n/c
Not connected
4
Transmit Ring
To DS1 network
5
Transmit Tip
To DS1 network
6-7
n/c
Not connected
8
Chassis Ground
TSR Card 10/100Base-TX Ethernet
There are four RJ-45C (female) connectors on the front of the
Quad TSR Card.
The pinout is as follows:
Ethernet (RJ-45C)
30
Pin
10/100Base-TX
Signals
RS-232 Signals
1
Transmit + (output)
CTS (input)
2
Transmit - (output)
RTS (input)
3
Receive + (input)
DSR (input)
4
n/c
TXD (output)
5
n/c
RXD (input)
6
Receive - (input)
DCD (input)
7
n/c
DTR (output)
8
n/c
Signal ground
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Connector Pinouts
V.35 DCE (DB-26)
The V.35 DCE data port connection is made at the sub-miniature DB-26 connector on
the Axxius 800 using the 10-foot, 25-foot, or 50 foot Carrier Access DTE V.35 cable
equipped with a sub-miniature DB-26 connector and a 34-pin Winchester connector.
This cable is used to connect the Axxius 800 V.35 DCE data ports to synchronous V.35
DTE data sources up to 1.536 Mbps, all rates (1-24) Nx56 or Nx64 channel-rate
progression.
The Carrier Access Corporation V.35 data cables are built according to the pin
assignments listed below:
Sub-miniature
DB-26
Signal
1 (+ Shield)
7
2
14
3
16
4
20
5
6
12
8
11
24
10
23
15
17
22
25
9, 13, 18
Protective Ground →
Signal Ground →
← Transmit Data A 
← Transmit Data B 
 Receive Data A →
 Receive Data B →
← RTS 
← DTR 
 CTS →
 DSR →
 Test Mode →
 CD (RLSD) →
← External Clock A 
← External Clock B 
 Xmit Clock A →
 Xmit Clock B →
 Receive Clock A →
 Receive Clock B →
← Local Loopback 
← Remote Loopback 
Open Pins/No Contact
19, 21, 26
Open Pins/No Contact
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←
Winchester 34-pin
(female)
Paired
Signals
A
B
P
S
R
T
C
H
D
E
K
F
U
W
Y
AA
V
X
J
BB
L, N, NN
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LEDs
LEDs
This section provides details about the LEDs on the Axxius 800.
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Control Panel LEDs
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DS1 Controller Card
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DS3 Controller Card
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24VDC and 48VDC Power Supplies
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FXO Card
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ISDN BRI Cards
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OCU-DP Card
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POTS Cards
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Quad T1/DS1 ADPCM Cards
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Quad TSR Card
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V.35 Card
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Low Speed Protection Card
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LEDs
Control Panel LEDs
Alarm LEDs
LED
State
Description
CRITICAL
Off
No critical alarms present
Red
Critical alarms present
Off
No major alarms present
Red
Major alarm present
Off
No minor alarms present
Red
Minor alarms present
Off
Normal mode. No alarms are being suppressed.
Red
Alarm cutoff active. One or more active alarms
suppressed.
MAJOR
MINOR
ACO
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LEDs
Ethernet LEDs
LED
State
Description
STATUS
Off
Link Down
Green
Link Up
Flashing Green
Traffic on Link
When Status LED is on or flashing:
34
LED
State
Description
10/100
Off
Link is 10 Mb
Green
Link is 100 Mb
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LEDs
DS1 Controller Card
The DS1 Controller has a set of six LEDs. The table below describes each LED.
LED
State
Description
STAT
Green
Active
Red
Failed
Flashing Red
System Reset
Yellow
Hot Standby
Flashing Yellow
Cold Standby
Alternating
Red/Yellow
Application Loading
Off
Port Shutdown
Green
Good Line
Slow Blink Green
Loopback
Red
LOS
Slow Blink Red
LOF, AIS
Fast Blink Red
Card Failure
Yellow
Code Violation
Slow Blink
Yellow
RAI
LINE
STAT
(1-4)
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DS3 Controller Card
The DS3 Controller has a set of six LEDs. The table below describes each LED.
LED
State
Description
STAT
Green
Active
Red
Failed
Flashing Red
System Reset
Yellow
Hot Standby
Flashing Yellow
Cold Standby
Alternating
Red/Yellow
Application Loading
Off
NO transport or port shutdown
Green
Good Line
Slow Blink Green
Loopback
Red
LOS
Slow Blink Red
LOF, AIS
Fast Blink Red
Card Failure
Yellow
Standby, when path protection is active
Slow Blink
Yellow
RAI, IDLE, or if protection is active
Out-of-Service
LINE
STAT
(1-4)
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24VDC and 48VDC Power Supplies
Both power supply cards have identical LEDs, as described in
the table below.
LED
State
Description
DC
Input
Off
DC input missing or fuse blown
Yellow
Under or over-voltage
Green
Valid DC input present
Off
No 5V output (neither power supply
operating)
Red
5V output not functioning (2nd unit
operating)
Green
5V output good
Output
Voltage
Status
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FXO Card
Each FXO port on a card has its own LED, described in the table below.
State
Loop Start
Meaning
Ground Start
Meaning
Dial Pulse Termination
Meaning
Off
N/A
Idle (tip open)
Idle (loop open)
Green
Idle
Tip ground
(incoming seizure)
Incoming seizure
Red
N/A
Ring ground
(outgoing seizure)
Loop closure (outgoing
seizure)
Yellow
Call in progress
Call in progress
Call in progress (reverse
battery)
Flashing
green
Ringing
Ringing
N/A
ISDN BRI Cards
Each ISDN BRI on a card has its own LED, described on the table below.
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State
Description
Off
Line U-interface is attempting synchronization, or BRI is
out of service.
Red
Line alarm (LOS or self test failure)
Yellow
ES or SES has occurred.
Flashing yellow
Line U-interface is synchronized with customer equipment,
but is not passing customer data.
Flashing green
Line U-interface is in external loopback toward the switch at
the unit.
Green
Normal (Line U-interface is active and transparently passing
customer data.)
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OCU-DP Card
There are two LEDs for each channel on the OCU-DP card. The function for each LED
is listed below:
State
LED
Description
Yellow Flickering
ALL
Boot Software in control.
Green (walking down)
Red (walking up)
ALL
Application Software in control
(repeated 3.5 times).
Red, slow flash
ALL
In Boot. Application flash code checksums did
not match and Boot is waiting for application
download.
Red
ALL
In Application code waiting for Controller to
issue SW/HW revision request. This is the first
request that comes from the OCU-DP card
manager in the Controller.
Green
Yellow
Top
Bottom
Port in Self-test. Duration is 5-8 seconds.
Off
Top
Bottom
Port is set down (Out-Of-Service).
Green
Top
Port is receiving valid signals.
Red
Top
Port is receiving no signal (primary) or no
frame sync (secondary or clear channel).
Red Flashing
Bottom
Port is receiving bipolar violations
Yellow
Bottom
Port is in loopback.
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Single Channel POTS Cards
The POTs channel LED (left) status is described in the table
below.
State
Loop Start Meaning
Off
Calling Party Disconnect
Green
Idle
Red
N/A
Yellow
Call in progress
Flashing green
Ringing
The second LED (right) is a status LED for the MODEM.
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State
Loop Start Meaning
Off
Calling Party Disconnect
Green
Ringing
Yellow
Carrier Detect
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Quad DS1/E1, Quad T1, and Quad DS1 ADPCM Cards
Each channel on the Quad DS1/E1, Quad T1 and Quad DS1 ADPCM cards have two
LEDs per port. The description of the top LED is shown below, the bottom LED is not
used with this application.
Top LED
(active)
Bottom LED
(not used)
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Description
Off
Off line
Green
Normal
Red
Loss of Signal (LOS)
Yellow
Bipolar Violation (BPV)
Flashing Green
Loopback active
Flashing Yellow
Yellow Alarm
(Remote Alarm Indication)
Flashing Red (Slow)
Loss of Frame (LOF) or Alarm
Indication Signal (AIS)
Flashing Red (Fast)
Self-test Failure
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Quad TSR Card
The Quad TSR has 2 LEDs per port.
At Power-up
TOP LED
Bottom LED
Description
Off
Off
Loss of power
Red
Red
Card is inoperative
Flashing Red
Flashing Red
Self-test or Boot in-process
TOP LED
Bottom LED
Description
Green Solid (Link)
Green Solid (Link)
Port set for Ethernet - see below
Flashing Red
Flashing Red
Self-test or Boot in-process
Normal Operation
Port Set for Ethernet
Top LED indicates 100M Link, Bottom LED indicates 10M Link
State
Description
Off
No Ethernet link
Green
Link but no activity
Red Flashing
Current Ethernet collision
Green Flashing
Current Ethernet receive
Yellow Flashing
Current Ethernet transmit
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TOP LED
Bottom LED
Description
Yellow
Flashing Yellow
Current transmit
Yellow
Flashing Green
Current receive
Yellow
Off
No Activity
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V.35 Card
Each V.35 port has its own LED, as shown in the table below.
State
Description
Off
No T1 Assignment
Green
Normal (CD/RTS) Active
Red
CD inactive (T1-side failure)
Yellow
RTS inactive (equipment-side failure)
Flashing Yellow
Loopback toward T1 or equipment loop test
Flashing Green
Loopback toward equipment or network loop test
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Low Speed Protection Card
The Low Speed Protection card has 10 LEDs, which are defined below.
LED
State
Description
STAT
Green
Enabled
Red
Disabled
Flashing Green
Disabled
Off
The corresponding slot is not being protected
via the Protection card.
Yellow
One or more ports of the corresponding slot are
being protected via the Protection card.
Slot Status
(1-8)
Each channel on the Quad T1 card has two LEDs. The description of the top LED
is shown below, the bottom LED is not used with this application.
Quad T1 Backup Card
State
Description
Off
Not set up as Backup
Green
Port is switched to protection mode (the port it is protecting
will be flashing green)
Red
Displays red on backup card after other T1 port in same line
is set up to be protected
Flashing Green
Port is set up and ready to grant backup when needed
Flashing Yellow
Port is booting up to be backup card
Quad T1 Protected Card
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State
Description
Off
Not set up as Backup
Green
Protected port is healthy and not in protected mode
Red
Displays red on backup card after other T1 port in same line
is set up to be protected
Flashing Green
Port has failed and the Backup card has granted protection
Flashing Yellow
Port is booting up to be backup card
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Local using CLI, Telnet, Modem or SNMP (Valet)
l
Remotely over an in-band DS0
l
Remotely over an SNMP network using NetworkValet EMS
Command Line Interface (CLI)
You can access the CLI using either of the following methods:
l
RS-232 connected to the DB-9 port.
l
Telnet via Ethernet (10Base-T)
l
Modem
Setting up a CLI connection
To connect to the CLI via the RS-232 port, set up a connection to a PC serial port
or dumb terminal using Hyperterm, ProComm, or similar terminal emulation
software:
l Set the Port Settings to:
Bits per second: 9600
Data bits: 8
Parity: None
Stop bits: 1
Flow control: None
l Set the Terminal Emulation to: VT100
NOTE: The Default IP address of the Axxius 800 Controller is 10.0.0.10.
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Basic System Setup
Initial Setup
Use the following commands for your initial setup, for further information see the
specific command listed in Chapter 5, CLI Commands.
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Command
Description
set date dd/mm/yyyy
Set the system date, using the format
day/month/year. See the set date command for
details.
set time {hh:mm:ss}
Set the system time. See the set time command
for details.
set id {“id-name”}
Set the systemID name. Remember to enclose
this name in quotes. See the set id command for
details.
set clock {nonrevertive|
revertive|switch}
Set the signal clock switching. See the set clock
command for details.
set {clock1|clock2} {source}
Set the primary and secondary clock source.
See the set clock (1 and 2) command for details.
set ethernet ip address
{ip-addr} [mask]
Set the Ethernet IP address and optionally the
subnet mask, for the Axxius 800. See the set
ethernet ip address command for details.
set ip gateway {ip-addr}
Set the IP gateway for the Axxius 800. See the
set ip gateway command for details.
clear log
Initialize the event log. See the clear key
command for details.
status equipment [slot]
See the status of the equipment. See the status
equipment command for details.
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Set Up Security
Use the following commands to set up the security on the Axxius 800.
Command
Description
set user {"user-name"}
level {1-3}
Specify the user name and the security level.
See set user command for details.
set user {"user-name"}
password
Set a password for the user. See set user
command for details.
Set Up a DS0/Channel
Use the following commands to set up a DS0.
Command
Description
set {ds0-addr} type
{data|voice}
Set the channel type. See set (ds0) command
for details.
set {ds0-addr} signal
{ls|gs|emw|emdw|emi|emicpd}
Set the signaling option for the channel. See
set (ds0) command for details.
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Set Up a DS1/T1
Use the following commands to set up a DS1. See the set (ds1) command for more
details.
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Command
Description
set {ds1-addr} up
Activate the port.
set {ds1-addr} fdl
{none|t1403}
Set the Facilities Data Link (FDL)
capabilities.
set {ds1-addr} framing
{d4| esf}
Set the framing option for the DS1.
set {ds1-addr} id
{"id-name"}
Set the circuit identification name for the
DS1.
set {ds1-addr} lbo {1-8}
Set the line buildout value for the DS1.
set {ds1-addr} linecode
{ami|b8zs}
Set the linecode for the DS1.
set {ds1-addr} loopdetect
{on|off}
Set the detection/reaction to CSU
loopcodes.
set {ds1-addr} threshold
{day|min15} {bes|css|dm|es
|lcv|les|pcv|sefs|ses|uas)
Set default thresholds for the DS1.
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Set Up a DS3
Use the following commands for DS3 setup. See the set (ds3) command for more
details.
Command
Description
set {ds3-addr} up
Activate the port.
set {ds3-addr} id {"id-name"}
Set the DS3 ID.
set {ds3-addr} clock
{loop|normal}
Set the transmit clock source.
set {ds3-addr} berthreshold
{value}
Set the Bit Error Rate protection switchover
threshold.
set {ds3-addr} dejitter {off|on}
Set the De-jitter buffer on or off.
set {ds3-addr} equipment id
{"string"}
Set the DS3 equipment PMDL ID string.
set {ds3-addr} facility id
{"string"}
Set the DS3 facility PMDL ID string.
set {ds3-addr} frame {"string"}
Set the DS3 frame PMDL ID string.
set {ds3-addr} framing {cbit|m23} Set the framing option for the DS3.
set {ds3-addr} location id
{"string"}
Set the DS3 location PMDL ID string.
set {ds3-addr} portnum {"string"} Set the DS3 port number PMDL string.
set {ds3-addr} gennum {"string"}
Set DS3 generation number PMDL string.
set {ds3-addr} loopdetect
{off|on}
Set the detection/reaction to CSU
loopcodes.
set {ds3-addr} protect {off|on}
Set port protection on the DS3.
set {ds3-addr} reversion {off|on} Set protection reversion on the DS3.
set {ds1-addr} threshold
{day|min15} {ccv|ces|cses|lcv
|les|pcv|pes|pses|sefs|uas)
Set default thresholds for a DS3.
set {ds3-addr} unit {"string"}
Set the DS3 unit code PMDL string.
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Setup DS1 ADPCM
Before configuring the DS1 ADPCM card, there are some basics that need to be
considered:
l
All DS0s to be compressed reside on T1 number 1 of the ADPCM card
l ADPCM is capable of transporting any combination of 64 and 32K
l All 24 DS0s can be transported either compressed or uncompressed, but not both
at the same time.
l All DS0s to be compressed must be set to type data.
The following is a basic setup:
Command
Description
Connect T1 cable to port 1 of the ADPCM service card
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set {adpcm_card-addr}
{none|map1|map2|map3}
Enable compressing by selecting Map type.
Note: none disables compression. See the
following section on Maps.
show (adpcm_card-addr}
Displays the status of the card, and the mapping.
set {2:1:1-12} type data
Set the channel (DS0) type to data on the
ADPCM channels. See set (ds0) command for
more information.
set {2:4:1-12} type data
Set the channel (DS0) type to data on the
channels for cross-connect. See set (ds0)
command for more information.
connect 2:1:1-12 2:4:1-12
Set cross-connects.
The example connects all 24 channels of the
ADPCM to the 12 channels of the T1 (now
compressed) on port 4. Example is with map2
show connect adpcm {2:1}
Displays the connections made above.
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Establish a Static Channel Connection
Use the following commands to establish a static channel connection.
Command
Description
set {ds0-addr} type
{voice|data}
Set the channel type for the channel you
want to map. See set (ds0) command for
details.
set {ds0-addr} signal {emdw|
emi|emicpd|emw|gs|ls}
Set the signaling option for the channel you
want to map. See set (ds0) command for
details.
connect {slot:port}
{slot:port}
Connect the channels. See the show connect
command for details.
Set Up a V.35 Port
Use the following commands to set up a V.35 port.
Command
Description
set {v35-addr} cts
{cd|high|low|rts}
Set the Clear to Send operation mode. See
set (v35) command for details.
set {v35-addr} data
{invert|normal}
Set the data mode. See set (v35) command
for details.
set {v35-addr} clock
{source|external}
Set the clock mode. See set (v35) command
for details.
set {v35-addr} speed
{56K|64K}
Set the speed. See set (v35) command for
details.
set {v35-addr} txclkinv
{invert|normal}
Set the transmit clock inversion mode. See
set (v35) command for details.
set {v35-addr} rxclkinv
{invert|normal}
Set the receive clock inversion mode. See
set (v35) command for details.
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Set Up a Single Channel POTS card
Use the following commands to set up a POTS card.
Command
Description
set {fxsPS-addr|fxsPSM-addr}
{ls|lsrb}
Set the signaling option for the port. See the
set (fxsPS or fxsPSM) command for details.
set {fxsPS-addr|fxsPSM-addr}
rxgain {n}
Set the receive gain/loss in dB. See the set
(fxsPS or fxsPSM) command for details.
set {fxsPS-addr|fxsPSM-addr}
txgain {n}
Set the transmit gain/loss in dB. See the set
(fxsPS or fxsPSM) command for details.
Change the IP Address of the DS0 Management Channel
Use the following commands to change the IP over DS0 Management Channel for the
Axxius 800.
Command
Description
set ipds0 down
Set the DS0 management channel down
set ipds0 ip address
{ip-addr}
Set the DS0 management channel IP
address.
set ipds0 up
Set the DS0 management channel up.
Set Up IP Addresses for Telnet CLI
Use the following commands to setup Telnet addresses for the Command Line Interface
(CLI).
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Command
Description
set ethernet ip address
{ip-addr} {mask}
Set the Ethernet IP address, in the IP address
format. See the set ethernet ip address
command for more details.
set ip gateway {ip-addr}
Set the IP gateway, in the conventional IP
address format. See the set ip gateway
command for more details.
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Upgrade the Axxius 800 Software
Use the following commands to determine the Controller software level, then upgrade
the software to the latest version.
Command
Description
status equipment
Determine the software level. See the status
equipment command for more information.
load tftp {ip-addr} {"filename"} (or load xmodem)
Load the new software to the Axxius 800.
See the load tftp and load xmodem
command for more information.
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Basic Setup of a Protected System
To set up a Protected System, the following is required:
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l
l
Axxius 800 with software 1.2 or higher
Low Speed Protection (Relay) card
2 - 6 Quad T1 Cards (1 designated as Backup card, others to be protected)
Use the following steps to set up a Protected System.
1. Install a Relay card in the Axxius Relay slot.
2. Set the jumpers on the Quad T1 cards to route the signal to the wire wrap pins.
3. Prewire the chassis for Quad T1 cards (wire wrap pins).
Note: It is imperative that the slot designated for the Quad T1 backup
card have NO wire wrap connections.
4. Install Backup Quad T1 card into the designated service card slot (no prewire).
5. Install Quad T1 cards that are to be protected into the prewired card slots.
Note: These QT1 cards can be in any slot, as well as other card types. Also
removal and/or replacement of any of these service cards will not effect
service to cards in adjacent slots.
Perform the following CLI commands to configure the system for protection.
Command
Description
set lsbackup {t1_card-addr}
Defines the backup slot (can be any slot)
set lsprotect enable
To enable the Low Speed Protection option
set lsprotect {slot:port}
{revertive|nonrevertive}
[priority] [1-7]
This command defines the protected cards.
Set all ports to revertive or non-revertive as
necessary with an optional priority level
show lsprotect
To display the current settings
status lsprotect
To display the current status
With the above steps protection is now provided for the specified cards. Any
single protected card can be pulled from its slot with only minimal interruption
to service. Since protection is on a 1xN basis once protection is provided for a
failed port other ports cannot be protected at the same time.
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