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Comtech EF Data CIM-550 Specifications
CiM-550
IP-Enabled Satellite Modem
Installation and Operation Manual
Part Number CD/CIM550.IOM
Rev. 2
December 3, 2002
Errata A
Comtech EFData Documentation Update
Subject:
Changes to Chapter 5 Serial Remote Control
Date:
Document:
December 16, 2002
CiM-550 Satellite Modem Installation and Operation Manual,
Rev. 2, dated December 16, 2002
CD/CiM550.EA2
Attach this page to page 5-9
Part Number:
Collating Instructions:
Comments:
The following changes provide updated information TX Carrier On/Off State. This information
will be incorporated into the next revision.
Change Specifics:
Tx
Carrier
On/Off
State
TXO=
1 byte,
value of 0,
1, 2, or 3
Filename: T_ERRATA
Command or Query.
Tx Carrier On/Off state, where:
0 = Off due to front panel or rem. control command
1 = On
2 = Off due to ext H/W Tx Carrier Off command (not a valid
argument when used as a command) All other codes
invalid.
3 = RTI
Example: TXO=1 (which is Tx Carrier On)
1
TXO= (message ok)
TXO? (received ok,
but invalid argument
found)
TXO* (message ok,
but not permitted in
current mode)
TXO?
TXO=x (Note
that 2 is not a
valid
argument
when used as
a command)
Errata B
Comtech EF Data Documentation Update
Subject:
Addition to Chapter 4, Front Panel Menus
Date:
Document:
January 15, 2003
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem Installation and Operation
Manual, Rev. 2, dated December 16, 2002
CD/CiM550.EB2
Attach this page to page 47
Part Number:
Collating Instructions:
Comments:
The following changes provide additional information for Front Panel Menus. This information
will be incorporated into the next revision.
Change Specifics:
4.1.6.9
SELECT\INFO\FAST
DISPLAY
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
The FAST options are:
FAST OPTIONS: 123456789
550T LS MODE: OFF
Filename: T_ERRATA
1
550T LS Mode:
OFF/ON
TCP Acceleration
OFF/ON
Data Encryption
OFF/ON
IP Data Compression
OFF/ON
Quality of Service
OFF/ON
Network Addrs Trans:
OFF/ON
Transparent Bridging:
OFF/ON
IGMP:
OFF/ON
Header Cmpression:
OFF/ON
CiM-550
Comtech EF Data is an ISO 9001
Registered Company.
IP Satellite Enable Modem
Installation and Operation Manual
Part Number CD/CIM550.IOM
REV. 2
December 3, 2002
Copyright © Comtech EF Data, 2002. All rights reserved. Printed in the USA.
Comtech EF Data, 2114 West 7th Street, Tempe, Arizona 85281 USA, (480) 333-2200, FAX: (480) 333-2161
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
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CUSTOMER SUPPORT
Contact the Comtech EF Data Customer Support Department for:
Product support or training
Information on upgrading or returning a product
Reporting comments or suggestions concerning manuals
Contact Customer Support using any of the following methods:
Mail:
Comtech EF Data
Customer Support Department
2114 West 7th Street
Tempe, Arizona 85281 USA
Email: cimfss@comtechefdata.com
Internet: www.comtechefdata.com
Phone: (480) 333-2200 (Main Comtech EF Data Number)
(480) 333-4357 (Customer Support Desk)
Fax:
(480) 333-2161
To return a Comtech EF Data product (in-warranty and out-of-warranty) for repair or
replacement:
1. Request a Return Material Authorization (RMA) number from the Comtech EF Data
Customer Support Department.
2. Be prepared to supply the Customer Support representative with the model number, serial
number, and a description of the problem.
3. To ensure that the product is not damaged during shipping, pack the product in its original
shipping carton/packaging.
4. Ship the product back to Comtech EF Data. (Shipping charges should be prepaid.)
For more information regarding the warranty policies, see Warranty Policy, p. xx.
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Table of Contents
FIGURES ..................................................................................................................... XV
TABLES...................................................................................................................... XVI
CHAPTER 1.
INTRODUCTION.................................................................................... 1
1.1 Introduction............................................................................................................................. 1
1.2 Major Assemblies.................................................................................................................... 2
1.3 Standard Features................................................................................................................... 2
1.3.1 AUPC................................................................................................................................. 2
1.3.2 Software ............................................................................................................................. 3
1.3.3 Verification ........................................................................................................................ 3
1.3.4 Data Interfaces ................................................................................................................... 3
1.3.5 CDM-550 Emulation Mode ............................................................................................... 3
1.4 Options ..................................................................................................................................... 4
1.4.1 Turbo Product Coding (TPC) ............................................................................................ 4
1.4.2 TCP Acceleration............................................................................................................... 4
1.4.3 DES Encryption with Ability to Change Keys .................................................................. 4
1.4.4 IP Datagram Compression ................................................................................................. 5
1.4.5 IP Header Compression ..................................................................................................... 5
1.4.6 Quality of Service .............................................................................................................. 5
1.4.7 Network Address Translation (NAT) ................................................................................ 5
1.4.8 EasyConnect for non-IP traffic....................................................................................... 5
1.4.9 IGMP Support for Multicast .............................................................................................. 5
1.4.10 1:1 Redundancy Configuration ........................................................................................ 5
1.5 Specifications ........................................................................................................................... 6
1.6 Dimensional Envelope .......................................................................................................... 11
CHAPTER 2.
INSTALLATION ................................................................................... 13
2.1 Unpacking and Inspection.................................................................................................... 13
2.2 Mounting Kits........................................................................................................................ 13
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2.3 Configuration ........................................................................................................................ 14
2.4 Select Internal IF Loop......................................................................................................... 14
2.5 Connect External Cables...................................................................................................... 14
2.6 Connector Description.......................................................................................................... 14
CHAPTER 3.
OPERATION........................................................................................ 17
3.1 Methods of Operation........................................................................................................... 17
3.1.1 Front Panel Operation ...................................................................................................... 18
3.1.2 Serial Remote Control Operations ................................................................................... 18
3.1.3 Serial Command Line Interface (CLI) Operations .......................................................... 18
3.1.4 Telnet Operations............................................................................................................. 18
3.1.5 Web Server Operation...................................................................................................... 19
3.1.6 SNMP Operations ............................................................................................................ 19
CHAPTER 4.
FRONT PANEL MENUS...................................................................... 21
4.1 Front Panel Operation.......................................................................................................... 21
4.1.1 Keypad ............................................................................................................................. 21
4.1.2 Vacuum Fluorescent Display (VFD) ............................................................................... 22
4.1.3 Led Indicators .................................................................................................................. 23
4.1.4 Menu Tree........................................................................................................................ 23
4.1.5 Menu Screens................................................................................................................... 27
4.1.6 SELECT\INFO ................................................................................................................ 44
4.1.7 SELECT\MONIT............................................................................................................. 47
4.1.8 SELECT\STORE\LD....................................................................................................... 52
4.1.9 SELECT\UTIL................................................................................................................. 53
4.1.10 SELECT\ODU ............................................................................................................... 54
CHAPTER 5.
SERIAL REMOTE CONTROL ............................................................. 55
5.1 Introduction........................................................................................................................... 55
5.2 EIA-485 .................................................................................................................................. 55
5.3 EIA-232 .................................................................................................................................. 56
5.4 Basic Protocol ........................................................................................................................ 56
5.5 Packet Structure.................................................................................................................... 57
5.5.1 Start Of Packet ................................................................................................................. 57
5.5.2 Address ............................................................................................................................ 57
5.5.3 Instruction Code............................................................................................................... 58
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5.5.4 Instruction Code Qualifier ............................................................................................... 58
5.5.5 Message Arguments......................................................................................................... 60
5.5.6 End Of Packet .................................................................................................................. 60
CHAPTER 6.
THEORY OF OPERATION .................................................................. 81
6.1 Functional Description ......................................................................................................... 81
6.2 Offset QPSK Operation........................................................................................................ 82
6.3 EIA-232 Operation................................................................................................................ 83
6.3.1 ASYNC EIA-232 Specifications ..................................................................................... 83
6.3.2 Setup ................................................................................................................................ 83
6.3.3 CLOCKING..................................................................................................................... 84
6.3.4 Transmit and Receive Clocking....................................................................................... 86
6.4 AUPC (Automatic Uplink Power Control)......................................................................... 88
6.4.1 Setting AUPC Parameters................................................................................................ 88
6.4.2 Compensation Rate .......................................................................................................... 90
6.4.3 Monitoring ....................................................................................................................... 90
CHAPTER 7.
FORWARD ERROR CORRECTION OPTIONS .................................. 91
7.1 Introduction........................................................................................................................... 91
7.2 Viterbi .................................................................................................................................... 91
7.3 Sequential............................................................................................................................... 92
7.4 Turbo Product Codec (Option)............................................................................................ 93
7.5 Uncoded Operation (No FEC) ............................................................................................. 96
CHAPTER 8.
EDMAC CHANNEL............................................................................ 105
8.1 Theory Of Operation .......................................................................................................... 105
8.1.1 On the transmit side: ...................................................................................................... 105
8.1.2 On the receive side......................................................................................................... 106
8.2 M&C Connection ................................................................................................................ 107
8.3 Setup Summary................................................................................................................... 108
CHAPTER 9.
EB/NO MEASUREMENT................................................................... 109
9.1 Measuring Eb/No ................................................................................................................ 109
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CONNECTOR PINOUTS ................................................................. 111
10.1 Data Connector - 25 Pin ‘D’ Type Female...................................................................... 111
10.2 Alarms Connector - 15 Pin ‘D’ Type Male..................................................................... 112
10.3 Remote Control Connector - 9 Pin ‘D’ Type Male ........................................................ 113
10.4 Auxiliary Serial Connector – He1402 3 Pin Header ...................................................... 113
10.5 Async-Serial Console ........................................................................................................ 114
10.6 Ethernet Interface Connector.......................................................................................... 114
CHAPTER 11.
CLI AND TELNET INTERFACE....................................................... 115
11.1 Overview ............................................................................................................................ 115
11.2 Main Menu Page ............................................................................................................... 116
11.2.1 Administration Page..................................................................................................... 118
11.2.2 Interface Configuration Page ....................................................................................... 130
11.2.3 Route Table Configuration Page.................................................................................. 135
11.2.4 Protocol Configuration Page........................................................................................ 142
11.2.5 Modem Parameters Page.............................................................................................. 148
11.2.6 Redundancy Configuration Page ................................................................................. 158
11.2.7 Operations and Maintenance Page............................................................................... 161
11.2.8 Telnet - Logout Option ................................................................................................ 173
CHAPTER 12.
WEB SERVER PAGES.................................................................... 175
12.1 Web Server Usage ............................................................................................................. 175
12.2 Web Server Menu Tree .................................................................................................... 175
12.3 Web Server Pages ............................................................................................................. 178
12.3.1 Home Page ................................................................................................................... 178
12.3.2 Logoff .......................................................................................................................... 179
12.3.3 Contact Information ..................................................................................................... 180
12.3.4 Support......................................................................................................................... 181
12.3.5 Administration ............................................................................................................. 182
12.3.6 Configuration Summary............................................................................................... 184
12.3.7 Monitoring and Reports ............................................................................................... 199
12.3.8 Maintenance................................................................................................................. 207
CHAPTER 13.
SNMP INTERFACE.......................................................................... 211
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13.1 SNMP Interface................................................................................................................. 211
13.2 MIB-II ................................................................................................................................ 211
13.2.1 System Group............................................................................................................... 212
13.2.2 Interface Group ............................................................................................................ 214
13.2.3 ICMP Group................................................................................................................. 221
13.2.4 TCP Group ................................................................................................................... 222
13.2.5 UDP Group .................................................................................................................. 223
13.2.6 EGP Group................................................................................................................... 225
13.2.7 Transmission Group..................................................................................................... 225
13.2.8 SNMP Group ............................................................................................................... 225
13.3 Private MIB Implementations ......................................................................................... 227
13.4 CIM IP Controller Private MIB...................................................................................... 227
13.4.1 CIM Administration Group.......................................................................................... 227
13.4.2 Interface Group ............................................................................................................ 235
13.5 CiM 550 Private MIB ....................................................................................................... 247
13.5.1 CiM 550 Objects Group............................................................................................... 247
13.6 CiM IP Controller MIB Tree: ......................................................................................... 262
13.7 CiM IP Controller MIB.................................................................................................... 268
13.7.1 cimController ............................................................................................................... 268
13.7.2 cimControllerIdentity................................................................................................... 268
13.7.3 cimAdministration ....................................................................................................... 268
13.7.4 cimMibVersion ............................................................................................................ 269
13.7.5 cimNamePasswordConfig............................................................................................ 269
13.7.6 cimAdminName........................................................................................................... 270
13.7.7 cimAdminPassword ..................................................................................................... 270
13.7.8 cimReadWriteName..................................................................................................... 271
13.7.9 cimReadWritePassword............................................................................................... 271
13.7.10 cimReadOnlyName.................................................................................................... 272
13.7.11 cimReadOnlyPassword .............................................................................................. 272
13.7.12 cimAccessLists .......................................................................................................... 273
13.7.13 cimAccessIpAddress1................................................................................................ 273
13.7.14 cimAccessSubnetMaskLen1 ...................................................................................... 274
13.7.15 cimAccessIpAddress2................................................................................................ 274
13.7.16 cimAccessSubnetMaskLen2 ...................................................................................... 275
13.7.17 cimAccessIpAddress3................................................................................................ 275
13.7.18 cimAccessSubnetMaskLen3 ...................................................................................... 276
13.7.19 cimAccessIpAddress4................................................................................................ 276
13.7.20 cimAccessSubnetMask4 ............................................................................................ 277
13.7.21 cimAccessListEnforcement ....................................................................................... 277
13.7.22 cimFeaturesAvailability............................................................................................. 278
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13.7.23 cimDatagramCompressionOption.............................................................................. 278
13.7.24 cimNaptOption........................................................................................................... 279
13.7.25 cimQosOption ............................................................................................................ 279
13.7.26 cimTcpAccelerationOption........................................................................................ 280
13.7.27 cimTransparentBridgeOption .................................................................................... 280
13.7.28 cimEncryptionOption................................................................................................. 281
13.7.29 cimIgmpOption .......................................................................................................... 281
13.7.30 cimHeaderCompressionOption.................................................................................. 282
13.7.31 cimFeaturesConfig..................................................................................................... 282
13.7.32 cimMidasFeature........................................................................................................ 282
13.7.33 cimTelnetFeature ....................................................................................................... 283
13.7.34 cimPingResponseFeature........................................................................................... 283
13.7.35 cimDownlinkMulticastRoutingFeature...................................................................... 284
13.7.36 cimDatagramCompressionOpt................................................................................... 284
13.7.37 cimNaptOpt................................................................................................................ 285
13.7.38 cimQosOpt ................................................................................................................. 285
13.7.39 cimTcpAccelerationOpt............................................................................................. 286
13.7.40 cimTransparenetBridgeOpt........................................................................................ 286
13.7.41 cimTransmitDesEncryptionOpt ................................................................................. 287
13.7.42 cimReceiveDesEncryptionOpt................................................................................... 287
13.7.43 cimIgmpOpt ............................................................................................................... 288
13.7.44 cimHeaderCompressionOpt....................................................................................... 288
13.7.45 cimDesEncryptConfig................................................................................................ 289
13.7.46 cimTransmitEncryptEnabled ..................................................................................... 289
13.7.47 cimReceiveDecryptEnabled....................................................................................... 290
13.7.48 cimTransmitKey1 ...................................................................................................... 290
13.7.49 cimTransmitKey2 ...................................................................................................... 291
13.7.50 cimReceiveKey1 ........................................................................................................ 291
13.7.51 cimReceiveKey2 ........................................................................................................ 292
13.7.52 cimSmtp ..................................................................................................................... 292
13.7.53 cimSmtpServerIpAddress .......................................................................................... 293
13.7.54 cimSmtpDomain ........................................................................................................ 293
13.7.55 cimSmtpDestinationName ......................................................................................... 294
13.7.56 cimSnmp .................................................................................................................... 294
13.7.57 cimSnmpTrapDestinationIpAddress.......................................................................... 295
13.7.58 cimSnmpTrapCommunity.......................................................................................... 295
13.7.59 cimSnmpTrapVersion ................................................................................................ 296
13.7.60 cimSnmpAuthenticationFailureCommunity .............................................................. 296
13.7.61 cimSnmpAuthenticationFailureAddress .................................................................... 297
13.7.62 cimInterfaces.............................................................................................................. 297
13.7.63 cimEthernetInterface.................................................................................................. 297
13.7.64 cimEthernetMacAddress............................................................................................ 298
13.7.65 cimEthernetSpeed ...................................................................................................... 298
13.7.66 cimEthernetIpAddress................................................................................................ 299
13.7.67 cimEthernetSubnetPrefixLen..................................................................................... 299
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13.7.68 cimSatelliteInterface .................................................................................................. 300
13.7.69 cimSatelliteIpAddress ................................................................................................ 300
13.7.70 cimSatelliteSubnetPrefixLen ..................................................................................... 301
13.7.71 cimSatelliteReceiveEnable ........................................................................................ 301
13.7.72 cimSatelliteTransmitEnable....................................................................................... 302
13.7.73 cimSatelliteHdlcAddress1.......................................................................................... 302
13.7.74 cimSatelliteHdlcAddress2.......................................................................................... 303
13.7.75 cimSatelliteHdlcAddress3.......................................................................................... 303
13.7.76 cimSatelliteHdlcAddress4.......................................................................................... 304
13.7.77 cimRouteTable........................................................................................................... 304
13.7.78 cimGlobalQosEnable ................................................................................................. 305
13.7.79 cimIpRouteTable........................................................................................................ 305
13.7.80 cimIpRouteEntry........................................................................................................ 306
13.7.81 cimIpRouteIndex........................................................................................................ 307
13.7.82 cimIpRouteName ....................................................................................................... 307
13.7.83 cimIpRouteDestAddress ............................................................................................ 308
13.7.84 cimIpRouteDestMaskLen .......................................................................................... 308
13.7.85 cimIpRouteNextHopAddress..................................................................................... 309
13.7.86 cimIpRouteMulticastOptions..................................................................................... 309
13.7.87 cimIpRouteMinQosBandwidth .................................................................................. 310
13.7.88 cimIpRouteMaxQosBandwidth ................................................................................. 310
13.7.89 cimIpRouteDesKey.................................................................................................... 311
13.7.90 cimIpRouteRowStatus ............................................................................................... 312
13.7.91 cimIpRoutePriority .................................................................................................... 313
13.7.92 cimProtocols .............................................................................................................. 313
13.7.93 cimIgmpConfig .......................................................................................................... 313
13.7.94 cimIgmpTable ............................................................................................................ 314
13.7.95 cimIgmpEntry ............................................................................................................ 314
13.7.96 cimIgmpIndex ............................................................................................................ 315
13.7.97 cimIgmpTTL.............................................................................................................. 315
13.7.98 cimIgmpClientState ................................................................................................... 316
13.7.99 cimIgmpSrc................................................................................................................ 316
13.7.100 cimIgmpGroupIpAddress ........................................................................................ 317
13.7.101 cimIgmpReceiver..................................................................................................... 317
13.7.102 cimIgmpEnable ........................................................................................................ 318
13.7.103 cimIgmpQueryPeriod............................................................................................... 318
13.7.104 cimIgmpMaxRespTime ........................................................................................... 319
13.7.105 cimIgmpMaxMissBeforeDrop................................................................................. 319
13.7.106 cimIgmpTransmiter.................................................................................................. 320
13.7.107 cimIgmpRecognizeQueries...................................................................................... 320
13.7.108 cimIgmpVersionUnsolicitedReports........................................................................ 321
13.7.109 cimIgmpForceAlertOption....................................................................................... 321
13.7.110 cimIgmpUnsolicitedReportInterval ......................................................................... 322
13.7.111 cimArpConfig .......................................................................................................... 322
13.7.112 cimFlushArpTable ................................................................................................... 323
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13.7.113 cimArpTable ............................................................................................................ 323
13.7.114 cimArpEntry ............................................................................................................ 324
13.7.115 cimArpIndex ............................................................................................................ 324
13.7.116 cimArpIpAddress..................................................................................................... 325
13.7.117 cimArpPhysAddress ................................................................................................ 325
13.7.118 cimArpPhysType ..................................................................................................... 326
13.7.119 cimArpRowStatus .................................................................................................... 327
13.7.120 cimRedundancy........................................................................................................ 328
13.7.121 cimCurrentRedundantState ...................................................................................... 328
13.7.122 cimLocalUnitManagementIpAddress ...................................................................... 329
13.7.123 cimRedundantUnitManagementIpAddress.............................................................. 329
13.7.124 cimRedundantTrafficIpAddress............................................................................... 330
13.7.125 cimRedundantTrafficSubnetMaskLen..................................................................... 330
13.7.126 cimForceUnitOffline................................................................................................ 331
13.7.127 cimOperMaint .......................................................................................................... 331
13.7.128 cimAppVersion ........................................................................................................ 332
13.7.129 cimSaveConfiguration ............................................................................................. 332
13.7.130 cimReset................................................................................................................... 333
13.7.131 cimRemotePortBConfig........................................................................................... 333
13.7.132 cimRemotePortBDeviceAddress ............................................................................. 334
13.7.133 cimRemotePortBBaudRate ...................................................................................... 334
13.7.134 cimRemotePortBFormat .......................................................................................... 335
13.7.135 cimRemotePortBInterface........................................................................................ 335
13.7.136 cimStatistics ............................................................................................................. 336
13.7.137 cimSatelliteTransmitStatistics.................................................................................. 336
13.7.138 cimSatelliteTransmitTable....................................................................................... 336
13.7.139 cimSatelliteTransmitEntry ....................................................................................... 337
13.7.140 cimSatelliteTransmitIndex....................................................................................... 338
13.7.141 cimSatelliteTransmitRouteName............................................................................. 338
13.7.142 cimSatelliteTransmitTotalPacketsTransmitted ........................................................ 339
13.7.143 cimSatelliteTransmitTotalPacketsDropped ............................................................. 339
13.7.144 cimSatelliteTransmitMinDataRate .......................................................................... 340
13.7.145 cimSatelliteTransmitMaxDataRate.......................................................................... 340
13.7.146 cimSatelliteTransmitAvgDataRate .......................................................................... 341
13.7.147 cimIpRoutingStatistics............................................................................................. 341
13.7.148 cimUnicastIpPacketsToSatellite .............................................................................. 342
13.7.149 cimUnicastIpPacketsToEthernet.............................................................................. 342
13.7.150 cimMulticastIpPacketsToSatellite ........................................................................... 343
13.7.151 cimMulticastIpPacketsToEthernet........................................................................... 343
13.7.152 cimBroadcastIpPacketsToSatellite .......................................................................... 344
13.7.153 cimBroadcastIpPacketsToEthernet .......................................................................... 344
13.7.154 cimPacketsFromSatellite.......................................................................................... 345
13.7.155 cimTotalIpPacketsToSatellite .................................................................................. 345
13.7.156 cimTotalIpPacketsToEthernet.................................................................................. 346
13.7.157 cimIgmpPacketsReceived ........................................................................................ 346
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13.7.158 cim............................................................................................................................ 346
13.7.159 IpOptionPacketsReceived ........................................................................................ 347
13.7.160 cimDroppedPacketsTotal......................................................................................... 347
13.7.161 cimDroppedPacketsTTLExpired ............................................................................. 348
13.7.162 cimDroppedPacketsBadIpHeader ............................................................................ 348
13.7.163 cimDroppedPacketsNoRoute................................................................................... 349
13.7.164 cimDroppedPacketsMulticastNoStoe ...................................................................... 349
13.7.165 cimDroppedPacketsFiltered..................................................................................... 350
13.7.166 cimDroppedPacketsMulticastDisableGroup............................................................ 350
13.7.167 cimDroppedPacketsNoArpEntry ............................................................................. 351
13.7.168 cimDroppedPacketsBadBufferLength ..................................................................... 351
13.7.169 cimDroppedPacketsBadIpVersion........................................................................... 352
13.7.170 cimDroppedPacketsMiscellaneous .......................................................................... 352
13.7.171 cimDroppedPacketsQos........................................................................................... 353
13.7.172 cimDroppedPacketsQosBuffers............................................................................... 353
13.7.173 cimDroppedPacketsDroppedBuffers ....................................................................... 354
13.7.174 cimResetCounters .................................................................................................... 354
13.8 CiM-550 MIB Tree ........................................................................................................... 355
13.9 CiM-550 MIB .................................................................................................................... 359
13.9.1 cim550.......................................................................................................................... 359
13.9.2 cim550Objects ............................................................................................................. 359
13.9.3 cim550SystemInfo ....................................................................................................... 359
13.9.4 cim550EquipmentID.................................................................................................... 360
13.9.5 cim550UnitSerialNumber ............................................................................................ 360
13.9.6 cim550SoftwareRevision............................................................................................. 361
13.9.7 cim550DeviceTime...................................................................................................... 361
13.9.8 cim550DeviceDate....................................................................................................... 362
13.9.9 cim550CircuitID .......................................................................................................... 362
13.9.10 cim550LocalRemoteState .......................................................................................... 363
13.9.11 cim550TxParameters ................................................................................................. 363
13.9.12 cim550TxFrequency .................................................................................................. 364
13.9.13 cim550TxDataRate .................................................................................................... 364
13.9.14 cim550TxModType ................................................................................................... 365
13.9.15 cim550TxFECType.................................................................................................... 366
13.9.16 cim550TxFECCodeRate ............................................................................................ 367
13.9.17 cim550TxSpecInv ...................................................................................................... 367
13.9.18 cim550TxScrambler................................................................................................... 368
13.9.19 cim550TxClockSource .............................................................................................. 368
13.9.20 cim550TxPowerLevel................................................................................................ 369
13.9.21 cim550TxCarrierState................................................................................................ 369
13.9.22 cim550RxParameters ................................................................................................. 370
13.9.23 cim550RxFrequency .................................................................................................. 370
13.9.24 cim550RxDataRate .................................................................................................... 371
13.9.25 cim550RxDemodType............................................................................................... 371
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13.9.26 cim550RxFECType ................................................................................................... 372
13.9.27 cim550RxFECCodeRate............................................................................................ 373
13.9.28 cim550RxSpecInv...................................................................................................... 373
13.9.29 cim550RxDescrambler .............................................................................................. 374
13.9.30 cim550RxClockMode ................................................................................................ 374
13.9.31 cim550RxBufferSize.................................................................................................. 375
13.9.32 cim550RxAcqSweepRange ....................................................................................... 375
13.9.33 cim550RxEbnoAlarmPoint........................................................................................ 376
13.9.34 cim550InterfaceParameters........................................................................................ 376
13.9.35 cim550IfImpedance ................................................................................................... 377
13.9.36 cim550InterfaceType ................................................................................................. 377
13.9.37 cim550UtilityParameters ........................................................................................... 378
13.9.38 cim550UnitFramingMode.......................................................................................... 378
13.9.39 cim550EdmacAddress ............................................................................................... 379
13.9.40 cim550UnitTestMode ................................................................................................ 379
13.9.41 cim550RecenterBuffer............................................................................................... 380
13.9.42 cim550ForceRedundentSwitch .................................................................................. 380
13.9.43 cim550UnitAlarmMask ............................................................................................. 381
13.9.44 cim550UnitConfigStore............................................................................................. 381
13.9.45 cim550UnitConfigLoad ............................................................................................. 382
13.9.46 cim550OduCommEnable........................................................................................... 382
13.9.47 cim550AupcParameters ............................................................................................. 383
13.9.48 cim550AupcEnable.................................................................................................... 383
13.9.49 cim550AupcControlParameters................................................................................. 384
13.9.50 cim550RemoteEbno................................................................................................... 384
13.9.51 cim550TxPowerLevelIncrease .................................................................................. 385
13.9.52 cim550StatusParameters ............................................................................................ 385
13.9.53 cim550RxEbno .......................................................................................................... 386
13.9.54 cim550RxCoarseAGC ............................................................................................... 386
13.9.55 cim550RxFrequencyOffset ........................................................................................ 387
13.9.56 cim550BufferFillState................................................................................................ 387
13.9.57 cim550RxBER ........................................................................................................... 388
13.9.58 cim550RedundancyState............................................................................................ 388
13.9.59 cim550ModemUnitFaults .......................................................................................... 389
13.9.60 cim550ModemTxTrafficFaults.................................................................................. 389
13.9.61 cim550ModemRxTrafficFaults.................................................................................. 390
13.9.62 cim550Logs................................................................................................................ 390
13.9.63 cim550ClearEventsLog.............................................................................................. 391
13.9.64 cim550NumberUnreadEvents.................................................................................... 391
13.9.65 cim550RetrieveNext5Events ..................................................................................... 392
13.9.66 cim550SetStatisticInterval ......................................................................................... 392
13.9.67 cim550ClearStatisticsLog .......................................................................................... 393
13.9.68 cim550NumberUnreadStatistics ................................................................................ 393
13.9.69 cim550RetrieveNext5Statistics.................................................................................. 394
13.9.70 cim550Notifications................................................................................................... 394
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13.9.71 cim550NotificationsPrefix......................................................................................... 394
13.9.72 cim550ModemUnitFaultsNotification....................................................................... 395
13.9.73 cim550ModemTxTrafficFaultsNotification .............................................................. 395
13.9.74 cim550ModemRxTrafficFaultsNotification .............................................................. 395
13.9.75 oduObjects ................................................................................................................. 396
13.9.76 oduSelect.................................................................................................................... 396
13.9.77 oduSystemInfo ........................................................................................................... 396
13.9.78 oduModelNumberSoftwareVer.................................................................................. 397
13.9.79 oduUnitSerialNumber ................................................................................................ 397
13.9.80 oduDeviceTime.......................................................................................................... 398
13.9.81 oduDeviceDate........................................................................................................... 398
13.9.82 oduCircuitID .............................................................................................................. 399
13.9.83 oduUnitParameters..................................................................................................... 399
13.9.84 oduUnitMuteMode..................................................................................................... 400
13.9.85 oduUnitColdStart ....................................................................................................... 400
13.9.86 oduUnitAutoFaultRecovery....................................................................................... 401
13.9.87 oduUnitExtRefFaultLogic.......................................................................................... 401
13.9.88 oduUnitRefOscAdjust................................................................................................ 402
13.9.89 oduUnitLNACurrentSource....................................................................................... 402
13.9.90 oduUnitLNACurrentWindow .................................................................................... 403
13.9.91 oduUnitLNAFaultLogic............................................................................................. 404
13.9.92 oduUnitRedundancyMode ......................................................................................... 404
13.9.93 oduUnitRedForceSwitch............................................................................................ 405
13.9.94 oduTxParameters ....................................................................................................... 405
13.9.95 oduTxFrequency ........................................................................................................ 406
13.9.96 oduTxAttenuation ...................................................................................................... 406
13.9.97 oduTxAmplifier ......................................................................................................... 407
13.9.98 oduTxMute................................................................................................................. 407
13.9.99 oduTxSlopeMode....................................................................................................... 408
13.9.100 oduTxSlopeValue .................................................................................................... 408
13.9.101 oduTxGainOffset ..................................................................................................... 409
13.9.102 oduRxParameters ..................................................................................................... 409
13.9.103 oduRxFrequency ...................................................................................................... 410
13.9.104 oduRxAttenuation .................................................................................................... 410
13.9.105 oduRxMute .............................................................................................................. 411
13.9.106 oduRxSlopeMode .................................................................................................... 411
13.9.107 oduRxSlopeValue .................................................................................................... 412
13.9.108 oduRxGainOffset ..................................................................................................... 412
13.9.109 oduUnitStatus........................................................................................................... 413
13.9.110 oduOnlineState......................................................................................................... 413
13.9.111 oduMaintenanceParameters ..................................................................................... 414
13.9.112 oduUnitFaults........................................................................................................... 414
13.9.113 oduLogs.................................................................................................................... 415
13.9.114 oduClearEventsLog.................................................................................................. 415
13.9.115 oduNumberUnreadEvents........................................................................................ 416
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13.9.116 oduRetrieveNext5Events ......................................................................................... 416
13.9.117 oduNotifications....................................................................................................... 417
13.9.118 oduNotificationsPrefix............................................................................................. 417
13.9.119 oduUnitFaultsNotification ....................................................................................... 417
CHAPTER 14.
CIM IP MODULE CHECKOUT AND FAULT ISOLATION............... 419
14.1 Introduction....................................................................................................................... 419
14.2 CiM IP ModuleCheckout ................................................................................................. 419
14.2.1
Equipment List........................................................................................................ 420
14.2.1 Equipment Setup.......................................................................................................... 420
14.2.2 PC Coniguration........................................................................................................... 420
14.2.3 Transmit and Receive IF Configuration ...................................................................... 421
14.2.4 Basic IP Configuration................................................................................................. 421
14.2.5 Main Menu................................................................................................................... 422
14.2.6 Restoring factory Default Configuration ..................................................................... 422
14.2.7 CiM 1 Configuration.................................................................................................... 422
14.2.8 CiM 2 Configuration.................................................................................................... 424
14.2.9 Verification .................................................................................................................. 424
14.3 Troubleshooting IP Module ............................................................................................. 425
APPLICATION NOTE - FLASH UPGRADING THE CIM-550 SATELLITE MODEMS
.................................................................................................................................... 427
INDEX ......................................................................................................................... 431
METRIC CONVERSIONS ........................................................................................... 433
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Figures
Figure 1-1. Typical Coarse AGC Voltage Characteristic ............................................................ 10
Figure 1-2. Cim-550 Dimensional Envelope ............................................................................... 11
Figure 3-1. Front Panel ................................................................................................................ 18
Figure 3-2. Rear Panel ................................................................................................................. 18
Figure 4-1. Front Panel Modem Menu Tree (1 of 3) ................................................................... 24
Figure 4-2. Front Panel Modem Menu Tree (2 of 3) ................................................................... 25
Figure 4-3. Front Panel Modem Menu Tree (3 of 3) ................................................................... 26
Figure 4-4. Loopback Modes....................................................................................................... 43
Figure 6-1. Tx Clock Modes........................................................................................................ 86
Figure 6-2. RX Clock Modes....................................................................................................... 87
Figure 7-1. Viterbi Decoding....................................................................................................... 98
Figure 7-2. Sequential Decoding 64 kbps................................................................................... 99
Figure 7-3. Sequential Decoding 1024 kbps.............................................................................. 100
Figure 7-4. Sequential Decoding 2048 kbps.............................................................................. 101
Figure 7-5. Comtech EF Data Turbo Product Codec................................................................. 102
Figure 7-6. Differential Encoding No FEC............................................................................... 103
Figure 10-1. Rear Panel ............................................................................................................. 111
Figure 11-1. CRS-100/CiM-550 Cabling Details ...................................................................... 158
Figure 14-1. Main Menu ............................................................................................................ 422
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Tables
Table 4-1. Front Panel LED Indicators........................................................................................ 23
Table 7-1. Viterbi Decoding Summary........................................................................................ 92
Table 7-2. Sequential Decoding Summary .................................................................................. 93
Table 10-1. Data Connector - 25 Pin ‘D’ Type Female............................................................ 111
Table 10-2. Alarms Connector - 15 Pin ‘D’ Type Male ............................................................ 112
Table 10-3. Remote Control Connector - 9 Pin ‘D’ Type Male ................................................ 113
Table 10-4. Auxiliary Serial Connector - He1402 3 Pin Header............................................. 113
Table 10-5. Async-Serial Console RJ11-6................................................................................. 114
Table 10-6. Ethernet Interface RJ45-8....................................................................................... 114
Table 12-1. CiM-550 Web Server Menu Tree........................................................................... 176
Table 12-2. Admin Fields .......................................................................................................... 182
Table 12-3. Interface Configuration Fields................................................................................ 185
Table 12-4. Routes Configuration Fields................................................................................... 188
Table 12-5. Multicast Routes Configuration Fields................................................................... 189
Table 12-6. ARP Table Fields ................................................................................................... 190
Table 12-7. QoS Fields .............................................................................................................. 191
Table 12-8. IGMP Fields ........................................................................................................... 192
Table 12-9. DES Encryption Fields ........................................................................................... 193
Table 12-10. Redudancy Configuration Fields.......................................................................... 194
Table 12-11. Monitoring and Reports Fields............................................................................. 199
Table 13-1. MIB-II Support....................................................................................................... 212
Table 13-2. System Group ......................................................................................................... 212
Table 13-3. System Services...................................................................................................... 213
Table 13-4. Interfaces Table OIDs............................................................................................. 214
Table 13-5. Address Translation Table OIDs ............................................................................ 216
Table 13-6. IPGroup OIDs......................................................................................................... 216
Table 13-7. IPAddress Table OIDs............................................................................................ 218
Table 13-8. IP Routing Table OIDs........................................................................................... 219
Table 13-9. Address Translation Table OIDs ............................................................................ 220
Table 13-10. IP Routing Table OIDs......................................................................................... 221
Table 13-11. TCP Group OIDs.................................................................................................. 222
Table 13-12. TCP Connection Table OIDs................................................................................ 223
Table 13-13. UDP Group OIDs ................................................................................................. 223
Table 13-14. UDP Listener Table OIDs .................................................................................... 224
Table 13-15. SNMP Group OIDs .............................................................................................. 225
Table 13-16. CiM Name Password Config Subgroup OIDs...................................................... 227
Table 13-17. CiM Access Lists Subgroup OIDs ....................................................................... 228
Table 13-18. FAST Features....................................................................................................... 229
Table 13-19. Features Subgroup ................................................................................................ 230
Table 13-20. Encryption Subgroup OIDs .................................................................................. 231
Table 13-21. CIM SMTP OIDs ................................................................................................. 231
Table 13-22. CiM SNMP Community Names........................................................................... 232
Table 13-23. CIM SNMP Trap COnfiguration OIDs ................................................................ 234
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Ethernet Interface Subgroup OIDs ....................................................................... 235
Satellite Ijnterface Subgroup OIDs ...................................................................... 236
Route Table Group OIDs...................................................................................... 237
Route Table OIDs................................................................................................. 237
IGMP Configuration Subgroup OIDs .................................................................. 239
ARP Configuration Subgroup OIDs..................................................................... 240
CiM ARP Table OIDs .......................................................................................... 240
Redundancy OIDs ................................................................................................ 242
Operation and Maintenance Subgoup OIDs......................................................... 242
Remote Port B Configuration Subgroup OIDs..................................................... 243
Satellite Transmit Statistics Subgroup OIDs........................................................ 244
IP Routing Statistics Subgroup OIDs ................................................................... 245
ARP Configuration Subgroup OIDs..................................................................... 247
Tx Parameters OIDs ............................................................................................. 247
Rx Parameters OIDs ............................................................................................. 249
Interface Parameters OIDs ................................................................................... 250
Utility Parameters OIDs ....................................................................................... 250
AUPC Parameter OIDs......................................................................................... 252
Status Parameter OIDs ......................................................................................... 253
Logs OIDs ............................................................................................................ 255
ODU System Information OIDs........................................................................... 256
ODU Unit OIDs.................................................................................................... 257
ODU Tx Parameters OIDs.................................................................................... 258
ODU Rx Parameters OIDs ................................................................................... 259
ODU Unit Status OIDs......................................................................................... 260
ODU Logs OIDs................................................................................................... 261
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ABOUT THIS MANUAL
This manual provides installation and operation information for the Comtech EF Data
Cim-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem. This is a technical document intended for earth
station engineers, technicians, and operators responsible for the operation and
maintenance of the Cim-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem.
RELATED DOCUMENTS
Comtech EF Data CDM-550 Satellite Modem Installation and Operation Manual
CONVENTIONS AND REFERENCES
CAUTIONS AND WARNINGS
Indicates information critical for proper equipment function.
IMPORTANT
CAUTION
Indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided, may result in minor or
moderate injury. CAUTION may also be used to indicate other unsafe practices
or risks of property damage.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not avoided, could result
in death or serious injury.
WARNING
METRIC CONVERSION
Metric conversion information is located on the inside back cover of this manual. This
information is provided to assist the operator in cross-referencing English to Metric
conversions.
RECOMMENDED STANDARD DESIGNATIONS
Recommended Standard (RS) Designations have been superseded by the new designation
of the Electronic Industries Association (EIA). References to the old designations are
shown only when depicting actual text displayed on the screen of the unit (RS-232, RS485, etc.). All other references in the manual will be shown with the EIA designations
(EIA-232, EIA-485, etc.) only.
TRADEMARKS
All product names mentioned in this manual may be trademarks or registered trademarks
of their respective companies and are hereby acknowledged.
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REPORTING COMMENTS OR SUGGESTIONS CONCERNING THIS MANUAL
Comments and suggestions regarding the content and design of this manual will be
appreciated. To submit comments, please contact the Comtech EF Data Customer
Support Department.
EMC COMPLIANCE
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment, it may cause radio interference that
requires the user to take adequate protection measures.
EN55022 COMPLIANCE
This equipment meets the radio disturbance characteristic specifications for information
technology equipment as defined in EN55022.
EN50082-1 COMPLIANCE
This equipment meets the electromagnetic compatibility/generic immunity standard as
defined in EN50082-1.
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION (FCC)
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. If not installed
and used in accordance with the instruction manual, it may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause
harmful interference; in which case, users are required to correct the interference at their
own expense.
Note: To ensure compliance, properly shielded cables for DATA I/O shall be used. More
specifically, these cables shall be shielded from end to end, ensuring a continuous shield.
SAFETY COMPLIANCE
EN 60950
Applicable testing is routinely performed as a condition of manufacturing on all units to
ensure compliance with safety requirements of EN60950.
This equipment meets the Safety of Information Technology Equipment specification as
defined in EN60950.
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LOW VOLTAGE DIRECTIVE (LVD)
The following information is applicable for the European Low Voltage Directive
(EN60950):
<HAR>
Type of power cord required for use in the European Community.
!
CAUTION: Double-pole/Neutral Fusing.
ACHTUNG: Zweipolige bzw. Neutralleiter-Sicherung.
International Symbols:
Symbol
Definition
Symbol
Definition
Alternating Current.
Protective Earth.
Fuse.
Chassis Ground.
Note: For additional symbols, refer to “Cautions” listed earlier in this preface.
WARRANTY POLICY
This Comtech EF Data product is warranted against defects in material and workmanship
for a period of two years from the date of shipment. During the warranty period, Comtech
EF Data will, at its option, repair or replace products that prove to be defective.
For equipment under warranty, the customer is responsible for freight to Comtech EF
Data and all related custom, taxes, tariffs, insurance, etc. Comtech EF Data is responsible
for the freight charges only for return of the equipment from the factory to the customer.
Comtech EF Data will return the equipment by the same method (i.e., Air, Express,
Surface) as the equipment was sent to Comtech EF Data.
LIMITATIONS OF WARRANTY
The foregoing warranty shall not apply to defects resulting from improper installation or
maintenance, abuse, unauthorized modification, or operation outside of environmental
specifications for the product, or, for damages that occur due to improper repackaging of
equipment for return to Comtech EF Data.
No other warranty is expressed or implied. Comtech EF Data specifically disclaims the
implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for particular purpose.
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EXCLUSIVE REMEDIES
The remedies provided herein are the buyer's sole and exclusive remedies. Comtech EF
Data shall not be liable for any direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential
damages, whether based on contract, tort, or any other legal theory.
DISCLAIMER
Comtech EF Data has reviewed this manual thoroughly in order that it will be an easy-touse guide to your equipment. All statements, technical information, and
recommendations in this manual and in any guides or related documents are believed
reliable, but the accuracy and completeness thereof are not guaranteed or warranted, and
they are not intended to be, nor should they be understood to be, representations or
warranties concerning the products described. Further, Comtech EF Data reserves the
right to make changes in the specifications of the products described in this manual at any
time without notice and without obligation to notify any person of such changes.
If you have any questions regarding the equipment or the information in this manual,
please contact the Comtech EF Data Customer Support Department.
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Introduction
1
Major Assemblies
2
Options
4
Specifications
6
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1.1 INTRODUCTION
The CiM-550 is a high-performance, low-cost, IP-enabled satellite modem designed for
closed network Single Channel Per Carrier (SCPC) links. It is ideal for many VSAT
applications. Offering a range of data rates from 2.4 to 2048 kbps in 1 bit per second
steps, the modem includes Viterbi forward error correction as standard. The Turbo
Product Codec is available as an option.
The modem is compact, 1U high and 12 inches deep, and consumes only 25 watts
typically. It has the following configuration and control capabilities:
Front panel VFD display and keypad for local configuration and control
Rear panel Remote Control Serial interface (DB9) for modem configuration and
control.
Rear panel Console Port (RJ-11) for Ethernet interface configuration and control.
Rear panel Ethernet Data interface (RJ-45).
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1.2 MAJOR ASSEMBLIES
Assembly
Description
PL/0391
Modem Card
PL/9161-1
IP Module
1.3 STANDARD FEATURES
10baseT/100baseT Ethernet Interface
Static IP routing for unicast and multicast
Powerful network management
Web Server interface for complete product management
SNMP with private MIB
Telnet interface for remote product M & C
Console Port interface for local network management
Configurable serial interface (EIA-232 or RS485) for local management
Remote software/firmware upgrade via FTP
Configuration backup and restore via FTP
Local software/firmware via console port
Data rates from 2.4 to 2048 kbps
Symmetric as well as asymmetric operation for maximum bandwidth efficiency
Automatic Uplink Power Control (AUPC)
CDM-550 Emulation Mode
1.3.1 AUPC
An important innovation in the CiM-550 is the addition of Automatic Uplink Power
Control (AUPC). This feature enables the modem to automatically adjust its output
power to maintain the Eb/No of the remote end of the satellite link constant. This
provides protection against rain fading, a particularly severe problem with Ku-band links.
To accomplish this, the framed mode of operation must be used, and the distant end
modem constantly sends back information about the demodulator Eb/No using reserved
bytes in the overhead structure. Using the Eb/No, the local modem then adjusts its output
power, and hence, a closed-loop feedback system is created over the satellite link.
A benefit of this feature is that whenever framed operation is selected, the remote
demodulator’s Eb/No can be viewed from the front panel display of the local modem.
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1.3.2 SOFTWARE
The internal software is both powerful and flexible, permitting storage and retrieval of up
to 10 different modem configurations. The modem uses ‘flash memory’ technology
internally, and new firmware can be uploaded to the unit from an external PC. This
simplifies software upgrading, and updates can now be sent via the Internet, E-mail, or on
disk. The upgrade can be performed without opening the unit, by simply connecting the
modem to the serial port of a computer.
1.3.3 VERIFICATION
The unit includes many test modes and loopbacks for rapid verification of the correct
functioning of the unit. Of particular note is the IF loopback, which permits the user to
perform a quick diagnostic test without having to disturb external cabling. During the
loopback, all of the receive configuration parameters are temporarily changed to match
those of the transmit side. When normal operation is again selected, all of the previous
values are restored.
1.3.4 DATA INTERFACES
The CiM-550 includes, as standard, a universal data interface which eliminates the need
to exchange interface cards for different applications. The interfaces offered include:
10baseT/100baseT Ethernet (RJ-45 connector)
EIA-422 (EIA530) DCE
V.35 DCE
Synchronous EIA-232 DCE
Asynchronous EIA-232 (at data rates up to 56 kbaud)
X.21 DTE and DCE
1.3.5 CDM-550 EMULATION MODE
The CiM-550 can be made to operate in CDM-550 emulation mode, where it behaves
exactly like the Comtech EF Data CDM-550 satellite modem. The emulation mode is
selected from the front panel by selecting Configuration/Interface and then selecting
either EIA-422/530, V.35, or EIA-232 as the interface rather than IP. The CiM-550 will
then pass standard serial traffic, like a CDM-550, but will not pass IP traffic. The CiM550 can still be accessed via the ethernet port using Telnet, HTTP, or SNMP.
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1.4 OPTIONS
Enhancing the CiM-550’s performance is easy. Additional features can be added quickly
on site, using the FAST access code purchased from Comtech EF Data. To enable these
features, simply enter the code at the front panel.
Description
Software Version
Turbo Product Coding (TPC)
1.0.1 and Later
TCP acceleration
Future
DES Data Encryption
1.0.1 and Later
IP Datagram Compression
Future
IP Header Compression
Future
Quality of Service (QoS)
1.0.1 and Later
Network Address Translation (NAT)
Future
EasyConnect for non-IP traffic
Future
IGMP support for multicast
1.0.1 and Later
1:1 Redundancy with CRS-100
1.0.1 and Later
1.4.1 TURBO PRODUCT CODING (TPC)
The optional Turbo Product Coding (TPC) is a recent development in FEC techniques
that delivers significant performance improvements when compared to Viterbi with
concatenated Reed-Solomon. TPC simultaneously offers increased coding gain,
markedly lower decoding delay (leading to improved TCP/IP performance), and
bandwidth savings of up to 40%. The TPC option includes two modes (BPSK 22/44 and
BPSK 5/16) that permit operation from exceptionally small antennas, where flux density
issues are of concern.
1.4.2 TCP ACCELERATION
To compensate for the TCP performance degradation in a high delay and high BER (Bit
Error Rate) environment, the CiM-550 incorporates an optional proprietary transparent
TCP acceleration mechanism that will allow a TCP session to optimally use the available
link capacity, while preserving end-to-end transport reliability. TCP acceleration will be
subject to user configured Quality of Service (QoS) restrictions for the route.
1.4.3 DES ENCRYPTION WITH ABILITY TO CHANGE KEYS
The CiM-550 optionally supports DES-56 encryption and decryption. Each unit supports
2 encryption keys and 2 decryption keys. The keys are user configurable. Each route can
be assigned to be encrypted by key 1 or key 2 or transmitted in clear.
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1.4.4 IP DATAGRAM COMPRESSION
Optionally, the CiM-550 supports IP datagram compression to provide improved
bandwidth. IP payload is compressed while the IP Headers remain unaffected.
1.4.5 IP HEADER COMPRESSION
Optionally, the CiM-550 supports IP header compression to provide improved bandwidth
usage especially for smaller datagrams where the header overhead could be significant
(e.g. VoIP).
1.4.6 QUALITY OF SERVICE
Quality of Service (QoS) is an optional feature of the CiM-550. A QoS can be assigned
to each route. It dictates the guaranteed minimum and allowable maximum data rate for
that route. The CiM-550 classifies the incoming traffic based on the destination address
and allocates bandwidth based on the configured profile.
1.4.7 NETWORK ADDRESS TRANSLATION (NAT)
Optional NAT is a feature that allows a LAN to use private IP addresses for internal
communications and share a totally different IP address for external communications.
1.4.8 EASYCONNECT FOR NON-IP TRAFFIC
The CiM-550 optionally supports EasyConnect to support non-IP traffic. This allows
the CiM-550 to simultaneously route IP traffic and bridge non-IP traffic, such as IPX.
The non-IP traffic will be subject to user configured QoS restrictions.
1.4.9 IGMP SUPPORT FOR MULTICAST
IGMP is an optional feature in the CiM-550. If enabled, it responds to IGMP queries for
the configured multicast routes on the transmit side and generates IGMP queries on the
receive side. If there are no active IGMP receivers on the LAN it will stop forwarding
the multicast traffic (received from the satellite) to the LAN.
1.4.10 1:1 REDUNDANCY CONFIGURATION
The CiM-550 supports 1:1 redundancy in conjunction with the CRS-100 IF Switch. In a
redundant configuration the primary CiM-550 communicates with the backup CiM-550
for synchronization and status checks. If there is a failure of the primary unit, the
backup CiM-550 assumes the role of the primary modem with minimal disruption to the
traffic. The switchover is transparent to other devices on the LAN.
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1.5 SPECIFICATIONS
SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS (FULLY ENHANCED)
Frequency Range
52 to 88 MHz, 104 to 176 MHz (option), stability ± 1.5 ppm, 0 to 500 C
Input/Output Impedance
50 and 75 Ohms (Front panel selectable), 17 dB min. return loss
IF Connector
BNC, female
Data Interface
10baseT/100baseTX Ethernet (RJ-45 connector)
DB25 female, providing: (CDM-550 mode only)
EIA422/EIA530 DCE
V.35 DCE
X.21 DCE and DTE
Sync / Async EIA232
External TX Carrier Off
By TTL ‘low’ signal or external contact closure – hardware function
automatically overrides processor
WAN Encapsulation
HDLC 1
Data rate range
Overall, 2.4 - 2048 kbps
4.8 kbps - 2048 kbps, Uncoded BPSK
9.6 kbps - 2048 kbps, Uncoded QPSK/OQPSK
2.4 kbps - 1024 kbps, Rate 1/2 BPSK
4.8 kbps - 2048 kbps, Rate 1/2 QPSK/OQPSK
7.2 kbps - 2048 kbps, Rate 3/4 QPSK/OQPSK
8.4 kbps - 2048 kbps, Rate 7/8 QPSK/OQPSK
2.4 kbps - 1145 kbps, Rate 21/44 BPSK Turbo
2.4 kbps - 750 kbps, Rate 5/16 BPSK Turbo
(Fully Independent Tx and Rx rates)
Scrambling
Transparent mode, no RS coding - per CCITT V.35
EDMAC mode, no RS coding - externally synchronized
Turbo Product Code mode - externally synchronized
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FEC
FEC
None: Uncoded BPSK/QPSK/OQPSK
Viterbi: k=7, per IESS 308/309
BPSK: Rate 1/2
QPSK/OQPSK: Rate 1/2, Rate 3/4 and Rate 7/8
Sequential:
k=36 (Rate 1/2) per IESS 309
k= 63 (Rate 3/4) per IESS 309
k= 87 (Rate 7/8)
Turbo Product Codec (Optional plug-in card):
Rate 3/4 QPSK - 2 dimensional
Rate 21/44 BPSK - 3 dimensional
Rate 5/16 BPSK - 3 dimensional
Overhead Framed
EDMAC/AUPC
5% overhead (Except Turbo BPSK modes, which add 1.5%)
AUPC
Target Eb/No Range: 0 to 9.9 dB
Max AUPC Range: 0 to 9 dB
Monitor Functions
Distant end Eb/No Tx power level increase
Miscellaneous
Front panel
Tactile keypad, 6 keys (Up/Down, Left/Right, Enter/Clear)
Vacuum Fluorescent Display (blue) - 2 lines of 24 characters
Loopbacks
Internal IF, digital, and near/far
Fault relays
Hardware fault, Rx and Tx Traffic Alarms
M&C Interface
EIA-232 and EIA-485 (addressable multi-drop)
EIA-485 may be either 2-wire or 4-wire
RJ-11 Command Line Interface (CLI) for control of IP configuration
parameters.
M&C Software
NETWORKING PROTOCOLS
EDMAC software for control of local and distant units
1
Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)
Configurable static ARP entries
Internet Protocol (IP)
Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP)
IPv4 Routing
Configurable static routes
Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP v1 & v2)
User Datagram Protocol (UDP)
Transmission Control protocol (TCP)
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP v2)
Telnet
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Hyper Text Transfer Protocol (HTTP)
File transfer protocol (FTP)
OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE 1
Configuration & Management
Console interface
SNMP v2
Private Modem Specific MIB
SNMP MIB II support
Telnet
HTTP
Remote software / firmware upgrade
Local software / firmware upgrade
Traffic statistics
Faults & alarms
Configuration backup & restore
SECURITY
Password Protection
CONSOLE / REMOTE CONTROL PORT 1
Interface
1
EIA-232 or EIA-485 (2- or 4-wire)
Not available in CDM-550 mode
MODULATOR
Transmit Filtering
6th order Butterworth, per IESS 308
Frequency Stability
± 1.5 ppm, 0 to 50º C
Harmonics and Spurious
< -55 dBc/4 kHz
Transmit On/Off Ratio
55 dB minimum
Phase Noise
< 0.24º rms double-sided, 100 Hz to 1 MHz
Output Power
0 to -20 dBm, 0.1dB steps
Accuracy
± 0.5 dB over frequency and temperature
DEMODULATOR
Input Range
-30 to -60 dBm
Max Composite Level
+35 dBc up to a max of -5 dBm
Acquisition Range
± 1 to ± 30 kHz (1 kHz steps)
Acquisition Time
Depends on data rate, FEC rate and acquisition range
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Example:
At 512 kbps, R1/2 QPSK, ± 30 kHz sweep,
acquisition time = 0.25 seconds, average
Clock tracking range
± 100 ppm min.
BER PERFORMANCE
(Met with two adjacent carriers 7 dB higher)
Guaranteed Eb/No, in dB (Typical values in parentheses)
Viterbi
½
¾
7/8
10-5
5.4 (4.9)
6.8 (6.3)
7.7 (7.2)
-6
6.0 (5.5)
7.4 (6.9)
8.4 (7.9)
10-7
6.7 (6.2)
8.2 (7.7)
9.0 (8.6)
Sequential (64 kbps)
10
½
¾
7/8
10
-5
4.8 (4.2)
5.8 (5.3)
7.0 (6.6)
10
-6
5.2 (4.5)
6.4 (5.8)
7.5 (7.2)
10
-7
5.6 (4.8)
6.9 (6.3)
8.0 (7.7)
Turbo Product Codec
3/4(Q)
21/44(B)
5/16(B)
-6
3.9 (3.5)
2.8 (2.5)
2.3 (2.0)
10-7
4.1 (3.7)
3.1 (2.8)
2.6 (2.3)
-8
4.3 (4.0)
3.3 (3.0)
2.8 (2.5)
10
10
Monitor Functions
Eb/No, Frequency Offset, BER, Buffer fill status,
coarse AGC value
ENVIRONMENTAL AND PHYSICAL
Temperature
Operating: 0 to 50º C
Storage: -25 to 70º C
Power Supply
100 to 240 volts AC, 50/60 Hz
Power Consumption
22 W typical, 30 W maximum
Physical Dimensions
1U high, 12” (305 mm) deep
Weight
7 lbs (3.2 kg)
CE Approvals
EN55022 Class B (Emissions)
EN50082-1 Part 1 (Immunity)
EN60950 (Safety)
FCC Approval
FCC Part 15 Class B
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Figure 1-1. Typical Coarse AGC Voltage Characteristic
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1.6 DIMENSIONAL ENVELOPE
Figure 1-2. Cim-550 Dimensional Envelope
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Chapter 2. Installation
Unpacking and Inspection
13
Mounting Kits
13
Configuration
14
Select Internal IF Loop
14
Connect External Cables
14
Connector Description
14
2.1 UNPACKING AND INSPECTION
Inspect shipping containers for damage. If shipping containers are damaged, keep them
until the contents of the shipment have been carefully inspected and checked for normal
operation.
Remove the packing list from the outside of the shipping carton. Open the carton and
remove the contents, checking the contents against the packing list. Verify completeness
of the shipment and that the unit functions correctly. If damage is evident, contact the
carrier and Comtech EF Data immediately and submit a damage report. Keep all shipping
materials for the carrier's inspection.
If the unit needs to be returned to Comtech EF Data, please use the original shipping
container.
2.2 MOUNTING KITS
If the CiM-550 is to be mounted in a rack, ensure that there is adequate clearance for
ventilation. The CiM-550 does not include a cooling fan, so care must be taken that too
many units are not mounted on top of each other. The limit is four units, and then a blank
1U panel must be inserted to allow sufficient airflow around the units. In rack systems
where there is high heat dissipation, forced air cooling must be provided by top or bottom
mounted fans or blowers. Under no circumstance should the highest internal rack
temperature be allowed to exceed 50° C.
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The CiM-550 is very light - under 7 lbs (3.2 kgs), and very short - 12 ins (305 mm). For
this reason, it has not been designed to have rack slides mounted to the side of the
chassis. However, Comtech EF Data recommends that some method of support within the
rack should be employed, such as rack shelves. If there is any doubt, please consult the
factory.
2.3 CONFIGURATION
There are no internal jumpers to configure, no interface cards to install, and no other
options to install. All configuration is carried out entirely in software. The unit should
first be configured locally, using the front panel keypad and display. The unit will ship
with a default 64 kbps, QPSK, Rate 1/2 configuration. Please refer to the ‘FRONT
PANEL OPERATION’ section for details on how to fully configure the unit for the
desired operating parameters.
2.4 SELECT INTERNAL IF LOOP
Correct operation of the unit may be verified rapidly, without the need for externally
connected equipment. From the top level menu, select TEST, then IF LOOP (refer to the
‘FRONT PANEL OPERATION’ section) The demod should synchronize, and the green
RECEIVE TRAFFIC LED should illuminate. If the unit does not pass this test, call the
factory for assistance.
2.5 CONNECT EXTERNAL CABLES
Having verified correct operation in IF loop, enter the desired configuration, and proceed
to connect all external cables. If difficulties occur, please call the factory for assistance.
Please note that the modulator gives an output power level in the range 0 to -20 dBm, and
the demodulator expects to see a signal in the range -30 to -60 dBm.
2.6 CONNECTOR DESCRIPTION
External cables are attached to connectors on the rear panel of the CiM-550. These
comprise the IEC line input connector, the Receive and Transmit IF connectors, the Data
connector, Alarms connector, Remote Control connector, and Auxiliary Serial connector.
See Appendix K for detailed connector pinouts.
The IEC line input connector contains the ON/OFF switch for the unit. It is also fitted
with two fuses - one each for line and neutral connections (or L1, L2, where appropriate).
These are contained within the body of the connector, behind a small plastic flap.
For 230 volt AC operation, use T0.5A, (slow-blow) 20 mm fuses.
For 115 volt AC operation, use T1A fuses, (slow-blow) 20 mm fuses.
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FOR CONTINUED OPERATOR SAFETY, ALWAYS REPLACE THE FUSES
WITH THE CORRECT TYPE AND RATING.
IF Ports - The IF port connectors are both a 50 ohm BNC female type. 75 ohm cable
connectors (male) will have no problem mating with this 50 ohm type.
Data - The primary Data connector for the CiM-550 is the RJ-45 connector providing the
10/100 BaseT Ethernet interface.
In CDM-550 emulation mode, the Data connector is a 25 pin ‘D’ type female (DB25-F).
This connector conforms to the EIA 530 pinout, which allows for connection of different
electrical standards, including EIA-422/530, V.35, and EIA-232. Please note that it is the
responsibility of the user to provide the appropriate cables to connect to this EIA 530
connector. A shielded 25 pin ‘D’ type provides a very solid solution to EMC problems,
unlike the sometimes used V.35 Winchester connector. The pinout for the EIA 530
connector is provided in the next section.
Note that the currently selected interface type is indicated by a small orange LED which
is located immediately above the connector. This provides an easy visual indication to
anyone mating a connector at the rear of the unit.
Alarms - The Alarms connector is a 15 pin 'D' type male (DB15-M). This provides the
user with access to the Form-C relay contacts which indicate the fault status of the unit.
These are typically connected to an external fault monitoring system, often found in
satellite earth stations. In addition, the receive I and Q demodulator samples are provided
on this connector. Connecting these signals to an oscilloscope in X,Y mode will provide
the receive signal constellation diagram, which is a useful diagnostic aid. A pin is also
provided which can mute the transmit carrier. This requires that the pin be shorted to
ground, or a TTL ‘low’, or an EIA-232 ‘high’ signal be applied.
As an aid to antenna pointing, or for driving step-track equipment, an analog AGC signal
is provided on a pin of this connector. The demodulator incorporates three separate AGC
control loops, one of which is analog, and two of which are entirely digital. The first of
these loops keeps the signal level constant at the input to the flash A/D converter in the
final IF stage. This loop has a limited dynamic range (~ 35 dB) and operates on the total
power within the IF bandwidth (which varies with data rate). The characteristics of this
control voltage are shown at the rear of the specifications section.
The pinout details for this connector are provided in the appendices.
Remote Control - The Remote Control connector is a 9 pin 'D' type female (DB9-M).
Access is provided to remote control ports of the modem, both EIA-232 and RS485. The
pinout details for this connector are provided in the next section.
Console Port – The console port is available for local configuration and management of
the Ethernet interface. This port is an EIA-232 port and uses a standard RJ-11.
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Auxiliary Serial Port - The Auxiliary Serial connector is an HE1402 3 pin header. A
suitable mate for this connector is AMP part number 281838-3, with three crimp pins,
AMP part number 182734-2, also required. This is an additional EIA-232 serial port,
which is only used when the modem is part of a 1:1 pair. The pinout details for this
connector are provided in the next section.
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Methods of Operation
17
Front Panel Operation
18
Telnet Operations
18
Web Server Operation
18
Telnet Operations
18
SNMP Operations
19
Serial Remote Control Operations
18
Serial Command Line Interface (CLI) Operations
18
3.1 METHODS OF OPERATION
The CiM-550 IP Enabled Modem may be setup and operated using any of the following
methods:
User Interface
Connection
Modem
Functions
CiM Functions
Reference
Keypad
ALL
IP Address/Subnet
only
Chapter 4
Serial RS-232/RS-485
via Remote Control
Port B
ALL
IP Address/Subnet
only
Chapter 5
Serial RS-232 via
Console Port
ALL
ALL
Chapter 11
Telnet
Ethernet via 10/100
baseT IP interface
ALL
ALL
Chapter 11
Web Server
Ethernet via 10/100
baseT IP interface
ALL
ALL
Chapter 12
SNMP
Ethernet via 10/100
baseT IP interface
ALL
ALL
Chapter 13
Front Panel
Serial Remote
Control
Serial Command
Line Interface
(CLI)
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LED Panel
Keypad
UNIT STATUS
STORED EVENT
TRANSMIT TRAFFIC
REMOTE
RECEIVE TRAFFIC
EDMAC MODE
ON LINE
TEST MODE
Display
ENT
CLR
Figure 3-1. Front Panel
100 - 240~
50/60 Hz
Console Port
25 Watts, 250 mA max
115 Volt operation - T1A fuses
230 Volt operation - T0.5A fuses
RS232
RS 422
(EIA 530)
Remote Control B
IP Interface
10/100 BaseT
V.35
2001
Receive IF
COMTECH
EF DATA CORP
MADE IN THE USA
SN
Date
Console Port
Data Interface
Alarms
Aux Serial
Remote Control A
Transmit IF
Figure 3-2. Rear Panel
3.1.1 FRONT PANEL OPERATION
The front panel provides a menu driven, easy to operate, user interface that provides
control of all modem parameters plus selection of the IP address and network prefix
length. On the front panel of the unit, there are a keypad, the Vacuum Fluorescent
Display (VFD), and eight LED indicators. The user enters data via the keypad, and
messages are displayed on the VFD. The LEDs indicate, in a summary fashion, the status
of the unit. Refer to Chapter 4 for detailed operations.
3.1.2 SERIAL REMOTE CONTROL OPERATIONS
The CiM-550 modem provides a standard serial (EIA-232, EIA-485 4-wire, or EIA-485
2-wire) interface that can be used only for monitor and control of CiM-550 modem
parameters (Monitor and Control of the CiM-550 IP parameters is provided separately via
the Console Port interface). Access to this application is provided via the ‘Remote
Control B’ (DB9) port on the back of the modem. Refer to Chapter 5 for detailed
operations using this interface.
3.1.3 SERIAL COMMAND LINE INTERFACE (CLI) OPERATIONS
Serial Command Line Interface (CLI) via the RJ-11 ‘Console Port’ The CLI for the CiM550 has been combined with the Telnet interface. Refer to Chapter 11 for detailed
operations using this interface.
3.1.4 TELNET OPERATIONS
The CiM-550 modem provides a Telnet interface with an imbedded, easy to use,
multiple-level, menu system that can be used to monitor and control all CiM-550 modem
and IP parameters. Access to this application is provided via the 10/100 Base T IP
interface (RJ-45). Refer to Chapter 11 for detailed operations using this interface.
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3.1.5 WEB SERVER OPERATION
The CiM-550 modem provides an embedded web server application that serves standard
HTML web pages that can be used to monitor and control all CiM-550 modem and IP
parameters. These web pages have been designed for optimal performance when using
MicroSoft’s Internet Explorer version 5 or higher. Access to this application is provided
via the 10/100 Base T IP interface (RJ-45). Refer to Chapter 12 for detailed operations
using this interface.
3.1.6 SNMP OPERATIONS
The CiM-550 modem supports Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) interface
that can be used to monitor and control all CiM-550 modem and IP parameters. Access
to this application is provided via the 10/100 Base T IP interface (RJ-45). Refer to
Chapter 13 for detailed operations using this interface.
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Chapter 4. Front Panel Menus
Front Panel Operation
21
Keypad
21
Menu Tree
23
Menu Screens
27
4.1 FRONT PANEL OPERATION
The user can fully control and monitor the operation of the CiM-550 modem from the
front panel, using the keypad and display. Nested menus are used, which display all
available options, and prompt the user to carry out a required action.
The display has two lines each of 24 characters. On most menu screens, the user will
observe a flashing solid block cursor, which blinks at a once-per-second rate. This
indicates the currently selected item, digit, or field. Where this solid block cursor would
obscure the item being edited (for example, a numeric field) the cursor will automatically
change to an underline cursor.
If the user were to display the same screen for weeks at a time, the display could become
‘burnt’ with this image. To prevent this, the unit has a ‘screen saver’ feature which will
activate after 1 hour. The top line of the display will show the Circuit ID (which can be
entered by the user) and the bottom line will show the circuit Eb/No value (if the demod
is locked) followed by ‘Press any key....’. The message moves from right to left across
the screen, then wraps around. Pressing any key will restore the previous screen.
4.1.1 KEYPAD
The keypad comprises six individual
key switches, mounted directly behind
a fully sealed membrane overlay. They
have a positive ‘click’ action, which
provides the user with tactile feedback.
These six switches are identified as UP
ARROW, DOWN ARROW, RIGHT
ARROW, LEFT ARROW, ENTER and
CLEAR.
ENT
CLR
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Key
Function
RIGHT ARROW
Moves the cursor to the right, when it is displayed.
LEFT ARROW
Moves the cursor to the left, when it is displayed.
UP ARROW
Used for editing the value at the current cursor position, if
appropriate. If this is a numeric field, this will increment the value.
DOWN ARROW
Used for editing the value at the current cursor position, if
appropriate. If this is a numeric field, this will decrement the value.
ENTER (ENT)
Used to accept an edited entry. Most menus prompt the user to
press this key, by displaying the text (PRESS ENTER), (ENTER) or
(ENT). This results in the entry being accepted, and the user is then
returned to the previous menu.
CLEAR (CLR)
Used to escape from the current operation and return to the previous
menu.
Note:
The keypad has an auto-repeat feature. If a key is held down for more than 1 second, the
key action will repeat, automatically, at the rate of 15 keystrokes per second. This is
particularly useful when editing numeric fields, with many digits, such as frequency or
data rate.
4.1.2 VACUUM FLUORESCENT DISPLAY (VFD)
The VFD is an active display showing 2 lines, each of 24 characters. It produces a blue
light, the brightness of which can be controlled by the user. It has greatly superior
viewing characteristics compared to a Liquid Crystal Display (LCD), and does not suffer
problems of viewing angle or contrast.
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4.1.3 LED INDICATORS
There are 8 LED indicators. The functions of these indicators are shown in the table
below.
Table 4-1. Front Panel LED Indicators
LED
Color
Condition
Unit Status
Red
A Unit Fault exists (Example: PSU fault)
Orange
No Unit Faults, but a Traffic Fault exists
Green
No Unit Faults, or Traffic Faults
Green
No Tx Traffic Faults
Off
A Tx Traffic fault exists OR the Tx Carrier is in OFF state
Green
No Rx Traffic Faults (demod and Viterbi decoder are
locked, everything is OK)
Off
An Rx Traffic fault exists (the demod may still be OK)
Green
The Unit is On Line, and carrying traffic
Off
The Unit is Off Line (standby) - forced by externally
connected 1:1 or 1:N redundancy system
Orange
There is a Stored Event in the log, which can be viewed
from the front panel, or retrieved via the remote control
interface
Off
There are no Stored Events
Orange
The Unit is in Remote Mode - local monitoring is possible,
but no local control
Off
The Unit is in Local Mode - remote monitoring is possible,
but no remote control
Orange
Framing on, EDMAC on, and unit defined as Slave
Off
Either no EDMAC, EDMAC Master, or Transparent mode
is selected
Orange
A Test Mode is selected (Example: IF Loopback)
Off
There is no Test Mode currently selected
Transmit Traffic
Receive Traffic
On line
Stored Event
Remote
EDMAC Mode
Test Mode
4.1.4 MENU TREE
The following figures show the menu structure of the CiM-550 front panel menu. The
detailed screens and menus are described in subsequent paragraphs.
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CIM-550 Front Panel Menu Tree 1 of 3
COMTECH CIM-550 MODEM
SN 700000007 VER 1.22
PRESS ANY KEY
SELECT: CONFIG TEST INFO
MONIT STORE/LD UTIL ODU
CONFIGURE
ALL
TX
RX
FRAME
INTFC
REMCONT
MASK
IMPED
ALL
TAKES USER THROUGH
COMPLETE CONFIGURATION
TX
MOD
FREQ
DATA
FEC
ON/OFF
PWR
SCRAM
CLK
TSI
TEST
NORM
TX-CW
TX-1,0
IF
DIG
I/O
RF
INFO*
MONIT*
STORE/LD**
UTIL**
ODU**
*CONT. ON PAGE 2
**CONT. ON PAGE 3
BPSK,QPSK,OQPSK
EDIT TX FREQUENCY
EDIT TX DATA RATE
VITERBI,TURBO,NONE
ON, OFF, RTI
MANUAL, AUPC
ON, OFF
INT, EXT, LOOP-TIMED
OFF, ON
RX
BPSK,QPSK,OQPSK
MOD
EDIT RX FREQUENCY
FREQ
EDIT RX DATA RATE
DATA
VITERBI,TURBO,NONE
FEC
EDIT RX ACQ SWEEP RANGE
ACQ
DESCRAM
OFF, ON
BUFFER, OFF, ON
CLK
BUF
EDIT RX BUFFER SIZE
OFF, ON
RSI
EDIT Eb/No ALARM POINT
Eb/No
FRAME
TRANSPARENT
FRAMED
EDMAC-OFF, EDMAC-ON
INTFC
RS422 (EIA 530)
V.35
RS232
EDIT UNIT’S IP ADDRESS 010.006.007.224/16
IP
REM CONT
LOCAL
REMOTE
MASK
AGC
Eb/No
RX-AIS
BUF-SLIP
TX-AIS
BAUD RATE,INTERFACE
ACTIVE, MASKED
ACTIVE, MASKED
ACTIVE, MASKED
ACTIVE, MASKED
ACTIVE, MASKED
IMPED
50 OHMS
75 OHMS
Figure 4-1. Front Panel Modem Menu Tree (1 of 3)
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COMTECH CIM-550 MODEM
SN 700000007 VER 1.22
INFO
ALL
TX
RX
BUFF
MASK
EDMAC
ID
FW
MISC
FAST
PRESS ANY KEY
SELECT: CONFIG TEST INFO
MONIT STORE/LD UTIL ODU
ALL
ON
OFF
RTI
TX
Tx: 70. 000 1024. 000 VI T
B R1/ 2 S I NT - 20. 0 RTI N
RX
Rx: 70.0001024.000VIT
BR1/2 DNBUF+/-10.0k N
BUFF
DISABLED
MASK
ALARMSMASKED:
RX-AIS
TX-AIS
EDMAC
FRAMING: ON
EDMAC MODE: OFF
ID
CIRCUIT ID:
-------------------------------FW
FIRMWARE: M&C VER 1.22
IP MODULE VER 1. 1. 0_
MISC
MISC: IF-LOOP 50 OHMS
1:1 LINK=IDLE
ONLINE
FAST
FAST OPTIONS: 123456789
550T LS MODE: OFF
MONIT
ALARMS
RX-PARAMS
STORED-EVENTS
STATS
AUPC
LIVE ALARMS
UNIT
RECEIVE
TRANSMIT
STORE/LD**
UTIL**
ODU**
RX PARAMETERS
**CONT. ON PAGE 3
STORED EVENTS
UNIT FAULTS:
NONE
RX TRAFFIC:
NONE
TX TRAFFIC:
NONE
RX:Eb/No>12.6dB f= +1.2k
BER=1.2E-4 BUF=54 AGC=55
VIEW
CLEAR ALL
LOG08: 11/09/02 16:41:41
OK - DEMOD LOCK (UP/DOWN)
STATISTICS
VIEW
CLEAR
CONFIGURE
STA000:
AUPC
NO STORED FAULTS
LOGGING INTERVAL:00 ,IMS
(SET 00 TO DISABLE)(ENT)
AUPC: REMOTE Eb/No=06.8dB
TX POWER INCREASE=0.0dB
Figure 4-2. Front Panel Modem Menu Tree (2 of 3)
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COMTECH CIM-550 MODEM
SN 700000007 VER 1.22
STORE/LD
STORE
LOAD
UTIL
SET-RTC
VFD
ID
MAN-1:1
CENTER-BUF
FAST
PRESS ANY KEY
SELECT: CONFIG TEST INFO
MONIT STORE/LD UTIL ODU
STORE
STORE CONFIGURATION TO
LOCATION: 00 (ENTER)
LOAD
LOAD CONFIGURATION FROM
LOCATION: 00 (ENTER)
EDIT REAL TIME CLOCK:
10;25:05 10/11/02 (ENT)
EDIT DISPLAY BRIGHTNESS:
100%
(PRESS ENTER)
EDIT CIRCUIT ID: (ENTER)
-----------------------PRESS ENT TO FORCE THIS
UNIT TO STBY (1:1 ONLY)
PRESS ENTER TO RE-CENTER
THE RECEIVE BUFFER
ENTER NEW CONFIG CODE:
00000000000000000000
ODU
(SEE SEPARATE
USER'S GUIDE)
TRANSCEIVER CONTROL:
DISABLE ENABLE (ENTER)
Figure 4-3. Front Panel Modem Menu Tree (3 of 3)
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4.1.5 MENU SCREENS
4.1.5.1 OPENING SCREEN
DISPLAY
COMTECH CiM-550 MODEM
S/N 1209 S/W VER 1.22
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
This is an example of the Opening Screen. Refer to
CDM-550 Manual for correct version information.
This screen is displayed whenever power is first
applied to the unit.
Pressing any key will take the user to the top level
selection screen.
4.1.5.2 SELECT
DISPLAY
SELECT: CONFIG TEST INFO
MONIT STORE/LD UTIL ODU
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
CONFIG - Allows the user to fully configure the unit.
TEST - Allows the user invoke one of several test
modes (loopbacks, for example).
INFO - Allows the user to view information on the
unit, without having to go into configuration screens.
MONIT - Allows the user to monitor the alarm status
of the unit, to view the log of stored events, and to
display the Receive Parameters screen.
STORE/LD - Allows the user to store and to retrieve
up to 10 different modem configurations.
UTIL - Allows the user to perform miscellaneous
functions, such as setting the Real-time clock,
adjusting the display brightness, etc.
ODU - Allows the user to monitor and control a
Comtech RF Transceiver, if connected
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4.1.5.2.1 SELECT\CONFIG
DISPLAY
CONFIG: ALL TX RX FRAME
INTFC REMCONT MASK IMPED
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
ALL
TX
RX
The ALL menu sub-branch permits the user to
completely configure the unit, being prompted, step
by step, to make choices, or edit data. This is highly
recommended for new users, as it will clearly
demonstrate all the parameters which need to be
set.
SELECT\CONFIG\TX
Allows the user to define, on a parameter-by-parameter basis, the transmit configuration
of the unit. These menu sub-branches would be used if the user wished to change, for
example, just the Transmit frequency.
DISPLAY
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
TX: MOD FREQ DATA FEC
ON/OFF PWR SCRAM CLK TSI
SELECT\CONFIG\TX\MODULATION
DISPLAY
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
Note:
SELECT TX MODULATION:
BPSK QPSK OQPSK (ENTER)
If a TURBO FEC option is
selected, the modulation type will
be automatically fixed, and the
user will be presented with a
warning screen.
SELECT\CONFIG\TX\FREQUENCY
DISPLAY
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
Select the digit to be edited. Change the
value of the digit using the UP/DOWN
arrow keys, then press ENTER.
The range of frequencies is from 52 – 88
MHz (70 MHz factory option) or 104 – 176
MHz (140 MHz factory option).
EDIT TX FREQUENCY:
72.2345 MHz (PRESS ENT
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SELECT\CONFIG\TX\DATA RATE
DISPLAY
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
EDIT TX DATA RATE:
2048.000 kbps(PRESS ENT)
Select the digit to be edited. Change the
value of the digit using the UP/DOWN
arrow keys, then press ENTER.
The overall range of data rates is from 2.4
to 2048 kbps.
Note: The minimum and maximum data
rates are dependent on
modulation type and FEC
encoder rate. If the user changes
the modulation or FEC, and the
currently selected data rate is
then invalid, it will be adjusted
automatically.
SELECT\CONFIG\TX\FEC TYPE
DISPLAY
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
SELECT FEC TYPE: VITERBI
SEQUENTIAL NONE (ENTER)
SELECT FEC TYPE: VITERBI
SEQ TURBO NONE (ENTER
Any FEC type except TURBO
If either the Reed-Solomon Codec option
or the Turbo Codec option are not
installed, this menu will be displayed.
FEC screen displayed if the Turbo Codec
option is installed.
Note:
SELECT FEC ENCODER RATE:
1/2 3/4 7/8 (PRESS ENTER)
If BPSK is selected, only
Rate 1/2 is permitted. A
warning screen appears if
this sub-branch is entered
when in BPSK mode.
If the Turbo Codec option is installed, the following menu will be displayed:
TX TURBO: 3/4-Q 21/44-B
5/16-B 3/4-OQ (ENTER)
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The Rate 3/4 OQPSK is new for
Version 1.19. (For further details,
see Appendix G - ‘FEC Options’.)
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SELECT\CONFIG\TX\ON-OFF
DISPLAY
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
SELECT TX OUTPUT STATE:
ON
OFF
RTI
(ENTER)
ON
OFF
RTI*
* NEW FEATURE RTI means RECEIVE/TRANSMIT INHIBIT. When selected, it
will prevent the TX carrier from being transmitted, until the demodulator is locked.
To avoid the Tx Carrier from being turned off when the demodulator loses lock for a very
short period of time, the demodulator must be unlocked continuously for a period of 10
seconds before the transmit carrier is inhibited. This time interval is fixed and the user
cannot change it.
Note:
Having this feature enabled does not affect the internal IF loopback feature. But, please
be aware that if an external IF loopback is attempted (connecting an external cable from
the Tx IF output to the Rx IF input), then this will not work! (The Tx carrier cannot turn on
until the demod is locked, and the demod cannot lock, because the Tx output is off. The
net result is that the demod will not lock, and the Tx carrier will not turn on.
PLEASE USE THE RTI FEATURE WITH EXTREME CARE!.
IMPORTANT
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SELECT\CONFIG\TX\PWR
DISPLAY
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
OUTPUT POWER LEVEL MODE:
MANUAL
AUPC
(ENTER)
EDIT OUTPUT POWER LEVEL:
-20.0 dBm (PRESS ENTER)
WARNING! AUTO UPLINK PWR
CONTRL NEEDS FRAMED MODE
TARGET Eb/No
MAX RANGE
ALARM DEMOD-UNLOCK(ENT)
MANUAL
AUPC
MANUAL display screen
Default value is 3.0 dB, and upper
limit is 9.9 dB
AUPC warning screen is shown if
‘Framed Mode’ is not selected.
See SELECT-CONFIG-FRAME
menu.
AUPC screen if ‘Framed’ mode is
selected.
ALARM
DEMOD
UNLOCK
EDIT TARGET MIN Eb/No OF
REMOTE MODEM:9.9dB (ENT
EDIT MAX PERMITTED POWER
INCREASE: 1dB
(ENTER)
SELECT ACTION AT MAXIMUM
TX POWER: NONE TX ALARM
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TARGET Eb/No screen
EDIT TARGET Eb/No of
the remote modem.
Default value is 3.0 dB,
and upper limit is 9.9 dB.
MAX RANGE screen
Default value is 1dB, and
upper limit is 9 Db
ALARM screen
NONE
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ACTION WHEN REMOTE DEMOD
UNLOCKS: NOM-PWR MAX-PWR
DEMOD UNLOCK screen
Select the action that will
occur if the remote demod
is unlocked.
NOM-PWR
MAX-PWR
SELECT\CONFIG\TX\SCRAM
DISPLAY
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
When Transparent mode is selected, a
V.35 scrambler is used. In Framed or
Reed-Solomon modes, a frame
synchronized scrambler is used.
SELECT TX SCRAMBLING
OFF
ON (PRESS ENTER)
SELECT\CONFIG\TX\CLK
DISPLAY
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
SELECT TX CLOCKING MODE:
INT EXT LOOP-TIMED (ENT)
INT
EXT
LOOP-TIMED
INTERNAL - indicates that the CiM-550 will supply a clock to the DTE, which
is derived from its internal high-stability source.
EXTERNAL - indicates that the CiM-550 expects to receive a clock from the
DTE, to which the unit can phase-lock its internal circuits.
LOOP-TIMED - indicates that the transmit timing source should be the receive
clock, from the direction of the satellite. This is a useful mode, in that no external
connection needs to be made in this mode. If the demodulator loses lock, or if
there is no receive signal present, the internal clock is substituted. Note also that
this mode will work even with asymmetric RX and TX data rates.
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SELECT\CONFIG\TX\TSI
DISPLAY
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
SELECT TRANSMIT SPECTRAL
INVERSION: OFF ON(ENTER)
TSI - Transmit Spectral Interval
ON
OFF
When in the ON position, and QPSK is
selected, the transmit spectrum is
inverted (which is the same as reversing
the direction of phase rotation in the
modulator). In BPSK, the time-order of
bits out of the FEC encoder is reversed,
to make the modem compatible with
certain other manufacturer’s modems.
4.1.5.2.2 SELECT\CONFIG\RX
DISPLAY
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
RX: MOD FRQ DATA FEC ACQ
DESCRAM CLK BUF RSI Eb/No
SELECT\CONFIG\RX\MOD
DISPLAY
SELECT RX MODULATION:
BPSK QPSK OQPSK (ENTER)
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
BPSK
QPSK
OQPSK
Note: If a TURBO FEC option is selected, the
demodulation type will be automatically
fixed, and the user will be presented with a
warning screen.
SELECT\CONFIG\RX\FRQ
DISPLAY
EDIT RX FREQUENCY:
72.2345 MHz (PRESS ENT)
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
The range is 52 - 88 MHz (70 MHz factory option) or
104 - 176 MHz (140 MHz factory option).
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SELECT\CONFIG\RX\DATA
DISPLAY
EDIT RX DATA RATE:
64.000 kbps (PRESS ENT)
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
The range is 2.4 to 2048 kbps.
Note: The minimum and maximum data rates are
dependent on modulation type and FEC
decoder rate. If the user changes the
modulation or FEC, and the currently
selected data rate is then invalid, it will be
adjusted automatically.
SELECT\CONFIG\RX/FEC
DISPLAY
SELECT FEC TYPE: VITERBI
SEQUENTIAL NONE (ENTER)
SELECT FEC TYPE: VITERBI
SEQ TURBO NONE (ENTER
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
Any FEC type except TURBO
If either the Reed-Solomon Codec option or the
Turbo Codec option are not installed, this menu will
be displayed.
VITERBI
SEQUENTIAL
NONE
FEC screen displayed if the Turbo Codec option is
installed.
VITERBI
SEQ
TURBO
NONE
Note:
SELECT FEC ENCODER RATE:
1/2 3/4 7/8 (PRESS ENTER)
If BPSK is selected, only
Rate 1/2 is permitted. A
warning screen appears if
this sub-branch is entered
when in BPSK mode.
If the Turbo Codec option is installed, the following menu will be displayed:
TX TURBO: 3/4-Q 21/44-B
5/16-B 3/4-OQ (ENTER)
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Version 1.19. (For further details,
see Appendix G - ‘FEC Options’.)
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SELECT\CONFIG\RX\ACQ
DISPLAY
EDIT RX ACQ SWEEP RANGE:
+/- 25 kHz (PRESS ENTER)
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
The range is +/- 1 kHz to +/- 30 kHz.
The value entered here determines the amount of
frequency uncertainty the demodulator will sweep
over in order to find and lock to an incoming carrier.
When operating at low bit rates, large values of
sweep range (compared to the data rate) will cause
excessively long acquisition times. For example:
selecting +/- 30 kHz with a data rate of 2.4 kbps,
BPSK, will result in an average acquisition time of
around 5 minutes.
SELECT\CONFIG\RX\DESCRAM
DISPLAY
SELECT RX DE-SCRAMBLING:
ON OFF
(PRESS ENTER)
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
When Transparent mode is selected, a V.35
descrambler is used. In Framed mode, a framesynchronized descrambler is used. It is
recommended that scrambling/descrambling be
used at all times.
SELECT\CONFIG\RX\CLK
DISPLAY
SELECT RX CLOCKING MODE:
BUFFER ON OFF(PRESS ENT)
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
When OFF is selected, the Plesiochronous/Doppler
buffer is disabled. The receive clock will then be
derived from the satellite signal, and will therefore
be subject to clock offsets relative to the local
transmit clock, and a small amount (< 5%) clock
jitter, due to the demodulation bit-timing recovery
process at low values of Eb/No.
When ON is selected, the Plesiochronous/Doppler
buffer is enabled. The input to the buffer will be the
signal from the satellite, with any clock offsets and
jitter. The output from the buffer will be derived from
the local TRANSMIT clock. In this way, the receive
data will be perfectly synchronous with this local
clock. The CiM-550 can be operated with
independent transmit receive and transmit data
rates. Even in this configuration, where RX data rate
<> TX data rate, the output clock for the buffer will
be phase locked to the transmit clock.
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SELECT\CONFIG\RX\BUF
DISPLAY
EDIT RX BUFFER SIZE:
+/-4096 BITS (PRESS ENT)
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
Edit the size, in bits of the Plesiochronous/Doppler
Buffer.
Values of +/- 256, 512, 1024, 2048 and 4096 bits
are possible. If the buffer is disabled, a warning
message will be displayed if this screen is entered.
SELECT\CONFIG\RX\RSI
DISPLAY
SELECT RECEIVE SPECTRAL
INVERSION: OFF ON(ENTER)
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
This should normally be in the OFF position. When
in the ON position, the receive spectrum is inverted
(which is the same as reversing the direction of
phase rotation in the demodulator). Note that in
BPSK mode, the demodulator will automatically
synchronize to either the normal time-ordering of
bits FEC codeword pairs, or the inverted ordering
used by certain other manufacturers.
SELECT\CONFIG\RX\Eb/No
DISPLAY
EDIT Eb/No ALARM POINT:
2.0 dB
(PRESS ENTER)
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
The range of values is from 2.0 to 16.0 dB. The user
may select a value here, and if the Eb/No falls
below this value, a receive traffic fault will be
generated.
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4.1.5.2.3 SELECT\CONFIG\FRAME
DISPLAY
SELECT FRAMING MODE:
TRANSPARENT FRAMED (ENT)
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
TRANSPARENT - No framing is selected. No
overhead is added, and the unit will be compatible
with other manufacturer’s equipment, when
operating in a ‘standard’ configuration (IESS 308
filtering, V.35 scrambling, Viterbi).
SELECT\CONFIG\FRAMED
DISPLAY
SELECT FRAMING OPTION:
EDMAC-OFF EDMAC-ON (ENT)
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
Embedded Distant-end Monitor And Control is
enabled or disabled in this sub-menu.
If EDMAC-OFF is selected then none of the EDMAC
features are available, even though framing will still
be enabled.
If EDMAC-ON is selected, the user is further
prompted to select whether the unit is an EDMAC
master, or an EDMAC slave:
SELECT EDMAC MODE:
MASTER
SLAVE (ENTER)
An EDMAC MASTER is a unit which is local
to the M&C computer, and which passes
messages, via the overhead, to a distant-end
modem.
An EDMAC SLAVE is a unit which is not
local to the M&C computer, which is at the
distant-end of a satellite link.
EDIT DISTANT-END'S ADDR:
0240 (SEE HANDBOOK)(ENT)
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(FRAMED/ON) EDMAC MASTER
Edit the address of the distant-end
modem which this unit will pass
messages to.
There is a restriction on values
which can be entered here - they
may only be in increments of 10.
This is automatically taken care of the user may not edit the last digit
of the address. This has been
implemented so that a single
MASTER may pass messages for
up to 10 devices at the distant end.
The valid range of addresses is
from 10 to 9990.
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EDIT THIS UNIT'S ADDRESS
0245 (SEE HANDBOOK)(ENT)
(FRAMED/ON) EDMAC SLAVE
The valid range of addresses is
from 1 to 9999, although ‘base 10'
values will be automatically
skipped.
Remember that this is a unit which
is intended to be located at the
distant-end of a link, and will
therefore be under the control of a
MASTER at the other end. This is
the equivalent of putting the unit
into Remote Control mode - no local
control is possible.
4.1.5.2.4 SELECT\CONFIG\INTFC
DISPLAY
DATA INTERFACE: EIA422/530
V.35 EIA-232 IP (ENTER)
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
EIA-422/530
V.35
EIA-232
IP
Note: Selecting either EIA-422/530, V.35, or EIA232 as the interface rather than IP will
change the CiM-550 to CDM-550 emulation
mode. The CiM-550 will then pass standard
serial traffic, like a CDM-550, but will not
pass IP traffic. The CiM can still be
accessed via the ethernet port using Telnet,
HTTP, or SNMP.
If the user selects IP, the following screen is
displayed:
EDIT UNIT’S IP ADDRESS:
010.006.007.224/16 (ENT)
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4.1.5.2.5 SELECT\CONFIG\REMCONT
DISPLAY
SELECT REMOTE CONTROL:
LOCAL REMOTE (PRESS ENT)
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
LOCAL
REMOTE
If LOCAL is selected then remote control will be
disabled. Remote monitoring is still possible.
If REMOTE is selected AND If the unit has not been
defined as an EDMAC SLAVE then the following
sub-menu will be displayed:
SELECT\CONFIG\REMCONT\REMOTE
DISPLAY
REMOTE CONTROL: BAUDRATE
INTERFACE (PRESS ENTER)
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
BAUDRATE
INTERFACE
EDIT LOCAL BUS BAUDRATE:
19200 BAUD FORMAT 8-N-1
SELECT. INTERFACE: EIA-232
EIA485-2W EIA485-4W (ENT)
BAUDRATE screen
Edit the baud rate of the remote control bus,
connected locally to the M&C computer.
Selections are 300, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600
and 19200 baud are possible.
FORMAT selectionas are: 8-N-1, 7-E-2, 7-O2.
The asynchronous character format is FIXED
at 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, no parity (8-N-1).
INTERFACE screen
EIA232
EIA485-2W
EIA485-4W
At this point the user will be further prompted
to enter the bus address.
IN EIA-232 MODE THE BUS
ADDRESS IS FIXED AT 0000
EDIT UNIT'S BUS ADDRESS:
0245
(PRESS ENTER)
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In EIA-232 mode the bus address is
fixed at 0, and this screen is
displayed.
If either RS485 mode is selected, this
screen is displayed.
The valid range of addresses is from
1 to 9999.
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4.1.5.2.6 SELECT\CONFIG\MASK
DISPLAY
ALARM MASK: AGC
RX-AIS BUF-SLIP
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
Eb/No
TX-AIS
AGC
Eb/No
RX-AIS
BUF-SLIP
TX-AIS
SELECT\CONFIG\MASK\AGC
DISPLAY
SELECT AGC ALARM MASK:
ACTIVE MASKED(PRESS ENT)
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
ACTIVE - If the user selects ACTIVE, then a
Receive Traffic fault will be generated whenever the
demodulator senses that the composite input level
being applied will cause compression in the IF
stages, and hence degrade the performance of the
demodulator.
MASKED - If the user selects MASKED, no alarm
will be generated.
SELECT\CONFIG\MASK\Eb/No
DISPLAY
SELECT Eb/No ALARM MASK:
ACTIVE MASKED(PRESS ENT)
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
ACTIVE - If the user selects ACTIVE, then a
Receive Traffic fault will be generated whenever the
demodulator determines that the Eb/No of the
received carrier has fallen below the threshold
defined under CONFIG, RX, Eb/No.
MASKED – If the user selects MASKED, no alram
will be generated.
SELECT\CONFIG\MASK\RX-AIS
DISPLAY
SEL RX-AIS ALARM MASK:
ACTIVE MASKED(PRESS ENT)
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
ACTIVE - If the user selects ACTIVE, then a
Receive Traffic fault will be generated whenever the
demodulator senses that the ‘all ones’ condition is
present in the receive data.
MASKED - If the user selects MASKED, no alarm
will be generated.
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SELECT\CONFIG\MASK\BUF-SLIP
DISPLAY
SEL BUF-SLIP ALARM MASK:
ACTIVE MASKED(PRESS ENT)
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
ACTIVE - If the user selects ACTIVE, then a
Receive Traffic fault will be generated whenever the
receive circuitry senses that the buffer has either
underflowed, or overflowed.
MASKED - If the user selects MASKED, no alarm
will be generated.
SELECT\CONFIG\MASK\TX-AIS
DISPLAY
SEL TX-AIS ALARM MASK:
ACTIVE MASKED(PRESS ENT)
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
ACTIVE - If the user selects ACTIVE, then a
Transmit Traffic fault will be generated whenever
the transmit circuitry senses that the ‘all ones’
condition is present in the transmit data.
MASKED - If the user selects MASKED, no alarm
will be generated.
4.1.5.2.7 SELECT\CONFIG\IMPED
DISPLAY
SELECT IF IMPEDANCE:
50 OHMS 75 OHMS (ENTER)
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
50 Ohms
75 Ohms
4.1.5.3 SELECT\TEST
DISPLAY
TEST: NORM
IF2
DIG2
TX-CW TX-1,0
I/O2 RF2 (ENT)
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
NORM
TX-CW
TX-1,0,
IF LOOP
DIG LOOP
I/O LOOP
NORM
(Normal) This clears any test modes or loopbacks, and places the unit
back into an operational state.
TX-CW
(Transmit CW) This is a test mode which forces the modulator to
transmit a pure carrier (unmodulated).
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TX-1,0
(Transmit an alternating 1,0,1,0 pattern) This is a test mode which
forces the modulator to transmit a carrier modulated with an
alternating 1,0,1,0 pattern, at the currently selected symbol rate. This
causes two discrete spectral lines to appear, spaced at +/- half the
symbol rate, about the carrier frequency. This mode is used to check
the carrier suppression of the Modulator.
IF LOOP
(IF Loopback) This test mode invokes an internal IF loop. This is a
particularly useful feature, as it permits the user to perform a quick
diagnostic test without having to disturb external cabling.
Furthermore, all of the receive configuration parameters are
temporarily changed to match those of the transmit side. When
NORMAL is again selected, all of the previous values are restored.
DIG LOOP
(Digital Loopback) This test mode invokes a digital loopback, which
loops data at the output of the digital FIR filter on the transmit side,
back into the Viterbi decoder on the receive side. This tests all of the
interface, transmit baseband circuits, FEC encoder, FEC decoder,
and buffer.
I/O LOOP
(Inward/Outward loopback) This test mode invokes two distinct
loopbacks. The first of these is the inward loop, which takes data
being received from the satellite direction, and passes it directly to the
modulator. Simultaneously, the outward loop is invoked, whereby data
being fed to the transmit data interface is routed directly back out of
the receive data interface.
The three loopback modes are illustrated in the following figure.
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Figure 4-4. Loopback Modes
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4.1.6 SELECT\INFO
DISPLAY
INFO:ALL TX RX BUFF MASK
EDMAC ID FW MISC FAST
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
ALL
TX
RX
BUFF
MASK
EDMAC
ID
FW
MISC
FAST
4.1.6.1 SELECT\INFO\TX
DISPLAY
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
Tx:140.0000 2048.000 VIT
Q R1/2 S LOP -20.0 ON I
The information displayed here is as follows:
Top line:
Transmit Frequency and Data Rate
FEC Encoder type (VIT = Viterbi, SEQ = Sequential,
VRS=Viterbi + Reed-Solomon, SRS=Sequential + Reed Solomon
TUR = Turbo, UNC = uncoded)
Bottom line: Modulation type (Q = QPSK, O= OQPSK, B = BPSK)
Code Rate (shows blank in uncoded mode)
Scrambler state (S = Scrambler on, N = Scrambler off)
Clocking Mode (INT = internal, EXT = external, LOP = loop)
Output power level
Transmit output state (ON = on , OFF = off, EOF = external off)
TSI state (I = Transmit Spectral Inversion on, N = off)
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4.1.6.2 SELECT\INFO\RX
DISPLAY
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
Rx: 70.0000 512.000 SEQ
B R3/4 D BUFF +/-23k I
The information displayed here is as follows:
Top line:
Receive Frequency
Receive Data Rate
FEC Decoder type (VIT = Viterbi, SEQ = Sequential,
VRS=Viterbi + Reed-Solomon, SRS=Sequential + Reed Solomon,
TUR = Turbo, UNC = uncoded)
Bottom line: Demodulation type (Q = QPSK, O= OQPSK, B = BPSK)
Code Rate (shows blank in uncoded mode)
Descrambler state (D = Descrambler on, N = off)
Clocking Mode
Demod Sweep Acquisition range
RSI state (I = Receive Spectral Inversion on, N = off)
4.1.6.3 SELECT\INFO\BUFF
DISPLAY
BUFFER: ENABLED (TX=RX)
SIZE: +/-4096 BITS
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
This displays if the buffer is enabled or disabled,
shows the exact clocking mode (TX=RX, or TX<>
RX), and the buffer size.
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4.1.6.4 SELECT\INFO\MASK
DISPLAY
ALARMS MASKED:
RX-AIS
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
TX-AIS
This shows, in the same format as the CONFIG,
MASK sub menu, which alarms are currently
masked. If an alarm is not masked, a blank is
displayed in the relevant screen position.
4.1.6.5 SELECT\INFO\EDMAC
DISPLAY
FRAMING: ON
EDMAC MODE: ON
(SLAVE)
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
This screen shows the framing mode, EDMAC
mode, and shows if the unit is an EDMAC MASTER
or SLAVE.
4.1.6.6 SELECTINFO\ID
DISPLAY
CIRCUIT ID
________________________
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
This displays the user-defined Circuit ID string,
which is entered via the UTIL, ID screen.
4.1.6.7 SELECTINFO\FW
DISPLAY
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
FIRMWARE: M&C VER 1.22
IP MODULE VER 1. 1. 0_
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4.1.6.8 SELECT\INFO\MISC
DISPLAY
MISC: NORMAL
1:1 LINK=IDLE
50 OHMS
ONLINE
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
This screen shows the following:
Test mode
IF impedance
1:1 link status - if the CRS-100 1:1 module
is being used, this shows the status of the
serial link between the two units.
Redundancy status - either online or
standby (1:1 or 1:N)
4.1.7 SELECT\MONIT
DISPLAY
MONITOR:ALARMS RX-PARAMS
STORED-EVENTS STATS AUPC
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
ALARMS
RX-PARAMS
STORED-EVENTS
STATS
AUPC
If the user selects ALARMS, the following sub-menu is displayed:
4.1.7.1 SELECT\MONIT\ALARMS
DISPLAY
LIVE ALARMS: UNIT
RECEIVE
TRANSMIT (ENT)
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
UNIT
RECEIVE
TRANSMIT
4.1.7.1.1 SELECT\MON\ALARMS\UNIT
DISPLAY
UNIT FAULT: -12 VOLT PSU
IS UNDER-VOLTAGE
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
The screen will indicate if there are any Unit Faults.
If not, it will display ‘NONE’.
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4.1.7.1.2 SELECT\MONIT\ALARMS\RECEIVE
DISPLAY
RX TRAFFIC:
AGC ALARM
REDUCE COMPOSITE I/P LVL
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
The screen will indicate if there are any Receive
Traffic Faults. If not, it will display ‘NONE’.
4.1.7.1.3 SELECT\MONIT\ALARMS\TRANSMIT
DISPLAY
TX TRAFFIC:
NO CLOCK
DETECTED FROM INTERFACE
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
The screen will indicate if there are any Transmit
Traffic Faults. If not, it will display ‘NONE’.
4.1.7.2 SELECT\MONIT\RX-PARAMS
DISPLAY
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
This screen dispalys if the demodulator is unlocked.
DEMODULATOR
UNLOCKED
(ENTER)
RX:Eb/No=05.7dB dF=+11.7k
BER=3.4E-9 BUF=50 AGC=24
If the demodulator is locked, this screen shows the
following:
Eb/No
This shows the value of Eb/No calculated by the demodulator. The value referred to here is the
energy per information bit (Ebi), divided by the noise spectral density (No).
dF
The frequency offset of the received carrier, in kHz, with a displayed resolution of 100 Hz.
BER
This is an estimate of the corrected BER.
BUF
(Buffer fill state) This shows the fill state (in percent), of the receive Buffer. After a reset, it will read
50. A value <50 indicates that the buffer is emptying, and >50 indicates that it is filling.
AGC
A number between 0 and 99 indicating the gain setting of the coarse AGC loop in the demod. It has
a limited dynamic range, and should not be taken as an accurate measurement of signal level.
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4.1.7.3 SELECT\MONIT\STORED-EVENTS
DISPLAY
STORED EVENTS:
VIEW
CLEAR ALL (PRESS ENTER)
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
VIEW
CLEAR ALL
4.1.7.3.1 SELECT\MONIT\EVENTS\VIEW
DISPLAY
LOG23: 30/11/97 10:37:32
FT - DEMOD LOCK (UP/DWN)
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
The event log can store up to 100 events.
When a fault condition occurs, it is time-stamped
and put into the log. Similarly, when the fault
condition clears, this is also recorded, as shown.
LOG24: 30/11/97 10:37:35
OK - DEMOD LOCK (UP/DWN)
4.1.7.3.2 SELECT\MONIT\STORED-EVENTS\CLEAR ALL
DISPLAY
STORED EVENTS:
VIEW
CLEAR ALL (PRESS ENTER)
MONITOR:ALARMS RX-PARAMS
STORED-EVENTS STATS AUPC
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
VIEW
CLEAR ALL
If the user selects CLEAR ALL, the event log is
cleared, and the user is taken directly back to the
previous menu. However, if there are faults present
on the unit at this time, they will be re-time-stamped,
and new log entries will be generated.
In accordance with international convention, the
date is shown in DAY-MONTH-YEAR format.
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4.1.7.4 SELECT\MONIT\STATS
DISPLAY
LINK STATISTICS:
VIEW
CLEAR CONFIGURE (ENTER)
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
VIEW
CLEAR
CONFIGURE
4.1.7.4.1 SELECT\MONIT\STATS\VIEW
DISPLAY
STA198:02/11/00 10:37:32
16.0,16.0,9.0,9.0(UP/DN)
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
VIEW
CLEAR ALL
The user may scroll backwards or forwards through
the entries in the statistics log, using the UP/DOWN
arrow keys.
The event log can store up to 250 events.
The top line of the display indicates the log entry number, and the time and date of the
entry.
Note:
In accordance with international convention, the date is shown in DAY-MONTH-YEAR
format.
The bottom line of the display shows the statistics data which has been measured and
recorded.
The meaning and format of the numbers is as follows:
Minimum Eb/No, Average Eb/No, Maximum TPLI, Average TPLI
(where TPLI means Transmit Power Level increase, if AUPC is enabled).
The user defines a measurement interval (see MONITOR, STATS, CONFIGURE) and
during this interval, Eb/No and TPLI are observed, at a one second rate. At the end of this
period, the average Eb/No is calculated and recorded, and the minimum value seen in the
interval. Similarly, the average TPLI is calculated, along with the highest value seen in
the interval.
Notes:
a.
If the demod has lost lock during the measurement interval, the minimum Eb/No
will show ‘LOSS’ rather than indicate a value. However, the average value (while
the demod was locked) will still be calculated and shown. If, on the other hand,
the demodulator has been unlocked for the entire measurement interval, the
average Eb/No will also show ‘LOSS’. (The display will show ‘LOSS,LOSS’.)
b.
If the measured values are greater than, or equal to 16.0 dB, the display will show
16.0 dB.
c.
If AUPC is not enabled, the values of maximum and average TPLI will both show
‘0.0'.
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Examples:
08.0,13.5,2.5,1.8 means:
Minimum Eb/No observed in the measurement interval = 8.0 dB
Average Eb/No observed in the measurement interval = 13.5 dB
Maximum TPLI observed in the measurement interval = 2.5 dB
Average TPLI observed in the measurement interval = 1.8 dB
LOSS,04.5,0.0,0.0 means:
There was a loss of demod lock during the measurement interval
Average Eb/No observed in the measurement interval = 4.5 dB
Maximum TPLI observed in the measurement interval = 0 dB
Average TPLI observed in the measurement interval = 0 dB
(Which indicates no AUPC activity, or that AUPC is disabled.)
If the user selects CLEAR, the statistics log is cleared, and the user is taken directly back
to the previous menu.
4.1.7.4.2 SELECT\MONIT\STATS\CONFIGURE
DISPLAY
LOGGING INTERVAL:90 MINS
(SET 00 TO DISABLE)(ENT)
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
The user is prompted to enter the logging interval
(the period of time over which the statistics will be
measured).
The user can choose 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80,
or 90 minutes.
4.1.7.5 SELECT\MONITOR\AUPC
DISPLAY
FRAMING NOT ENABLED!
(PRESS ENTER)
AUPC: REMOTE Eb/No=14.0dB
TX POWER INCREASE=2.2dB
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
If AUPC is selected, and the modem is not in
Framed mode, this menu is displayed.
If AUPC is selected, and the modem is in Framed
mode, this menu is displayed. The top line displays the
value of Eb/No of the demodulator at the distant end of
the satellite link. The Eb/No will display UNLOCK if the
remote demod is unlocked. The bottom line shows
how much the AUPC system has increased the output
power. If AUPC is not enabled, the value of TX
POWER INCREASE will show as 0.0 dB.
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4.1.8 SELECT\STORE\LD
DISPLAY
STORE/LOAD CONFIG:
STORE LOAD (PRESS ENTER)
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
STORE
LOAD
These sub-menus permit the user to store or load
up to 10 different modem configurations in the nonvolatile memory of the modem
4.1.8.1 SELECT\STORE/LD\STORE
DISPLAY
STORE CONFIGURATION TO
LOCATION: 10 (ENTER)
YOUR CONFIGURATION HAS
BEEN STORED!
(ENTER)
WARNING!LOC 10 CONTAINS DATA!
OVERWRITE? NO YES
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
Select the location to store the current configuration
to, using the UP/DOWN arrow keys, then press
ENTER. Locations 1 through 10 are available.
If the selected location does not contain a previously
stored configuration, the following screen is
displayed:
If, however, the selected location contains a
previously stored configuration, the following screen
is displayed:
Selecting YES will overwrite the existing
configuration at the selected location.
4.1.8.2 SELECT\STORE/LD\LOAD
DISPLAY
LOAD CONFIGURATION FROM
LOCATION: 10
(ENTER)
THE NEW CONFIGURATION
HAS BEEN LOADED (ENTER)
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
Select the location to load a configuration from,
using the UP/DOWN arrow keys, then press
ENTER. Locations 1 through 10 are available.
If the selected location contains valid data, the
following screen will be displayed:
If, however, the selected location does not contain
valid data, the following screen will be displayed:
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WARNING! LOC 10 CONTAINS
NO DATA!
(ENTER)
4.1.9 SELECT\UTIL
DISPLAY
UTILITY: SET-RTC DISPLAY
MAN-1:1 RECENTER-BUF ID
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
SET-RTC
VFD
ID
MAN-1:1
CENTER-BUF
FAST
4.1.9.1 SELECT\UTIL\ \RTC
DISPLAY
EDIT REAL TIME CLOCK:
12:00:00 24/04/98 (ENT)
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
Edit the time and date settings of the real-time
clock. This is accomplished by selecting the digit to
be edited, using the LEFT/RIGHT arrow keys. The
value of the digit is then changed using the
UP/DOWN arrow keys.
Note:
In accordance with international convention,
the date is shown in DAY-MONTH-YEAR
format.
4.1.9.2 SELECT\UTIL\VFD
DISPLAY
EDIT DISPLAY BRIGHTNESS:
100%
(PRESS ENTER)
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
100%
75%
50%
25%
4.1.9.3 SELECT\UTIL\MAN-1:1
DISPLAY
PRESS ENT TO FORCE THIS
UNIT TO STDBY (1:1 ONLY)
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
If the unit is part of a 1:1 redundant pair of modems,
and this unit, is currently on-line, pressing ENTER
will cause the unit to switch to standby.
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4.1.9.4 SELECT\UTIL\RECENTER-BUF
DISPLAY
PRESS ENTER TO RE-CENTER
THE RECEIVE BUFFER
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
Pressing ENTER will cause a forced re-centering of
the Plesiochronous/Doppler buffer.
4.1.9.5 SELECT\UTIL\ID
DISPLAY
EDIT CIRCUIT ID: (ENTER)
THIS IS A TEST MESSAGE
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
Only the bottom line is available (24 characters).
The cursor selects the position on the bottom line
(LEFT/RIGHT) and the character is then edited
(UP/DOWN).
The following characters are available:
Space ( ) * + - , . / 0-9 and A-Z.
When the user has composed the string, press
ENTER.
4.1.10 SELECT\ODU
DISPLAY
SELECTIONS/DESCRIPTION
TRANSCEIVER CONTROL:
DISABLE ENABLE
(ENTER)
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5.1 INTRODUCTION
This section describes the protocol and message command set for remote monitor and
control of the CiM-550 Modem.
The electrical interface is either an EIA-485 multi-drop bus (for the control of many
devices) or an EIA-232 connection (for the control of a single device), and data is
transmitted in asynchronous serial form, using ASCII characters. Control and status
information is transmitted in packets, of variable length, in accordance with the structure
and protocol defined in later sections.
5.2 EIA-485
For applications where multiple devices are to be monitored and controlled, a full-duplex
(or 4-wire plus ground) EIA-485 is preferred. Half-duplex (2-wire plus ground) EIA485 is possible, but is not preferred.
In full-duplex IA-485 communication there are two separate, isolated, independent,
differential-mode twisted pairs, each handling serial data in different directions. It is
assumed that there is a ‘controller’ device (a PC or dumb terminal), which transmits data,
in a broadcast mode, via one of the pairs. Many ‘target’ devices are connected to this
pair, which all simultaneously receive data from the controller. The controller is the only
device with a line-driver connected to this pair - the target devices only have linereceivers connected.
In the other direction, on the other pair, each target has a tri-state line driver connected,
and the controller has a line-receiver connected. All the line drivers are held in highimpedance mode until one (and only one) target transmits back to the controller.
Each target has a unique address, and each time the controller transmits, in a framed
‘packet’ of data, the address of the intended recipient target is included. All of the targets
receive the packet, but only one (the intended) will reply. The target enables its output
line driver, and transmits its return data packet back to the controller, in the other
direction, on the physically separate pair.
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EIA 485 (full duplex) summary:
Two differential pairs - one pair for controller to target, one pair for target to
controller.
Controller-to-target pair has one line driver (controller), and all targets have linereceivers.
Target-to-controller pair has one line receiver (controller), and all targets have tristate drivers.
5.3 EIA-232
This a much simpler configuration in which the controller device is connected directly to
the target via a two-wire-plus-ground connection. Controller-to-target data is carried, via
EIA-232 electrical levels, on one conductor, and target-to-controller data is carried in the
other direction on the other conductor.
5.4 BASIC PROTOCOL
Whether in EIA-232 or EIA-485 mode, all data is transmitted as asynchronous serial
characters, suitable for transmission and reception by a UART. In this case, the
asynchronous character format is fixed at 8 data bits, one stop bit, no parity. The baud
rate may vary between 50 baud and 19,200 baud.
All data is transmitted in framed packets. The controller is assumed to be a PC or ASCII
dumb terminal, which is in charge of the process of monitor and control. The controller is
the only device which is permitted to initiate, at will, the transmission of data. Targets are
only permitted to transmit when they have been specifically instructed to do so by the
controller.
All bytes within a packet are printable ASCII characters, less than ASCII code 127. In
this context, the Carriage Return and Line Feed characters are considered printable.
All messages from controller to target require a response (with one exception). This will
be either to return data which has been requested by the controller, or to acknowledge
reception of an instruction to change the configuration of the target. The exception to this
is when the controller broadcasts a message (such as Set time/date) using Address 0,
when the target is set to EIA-485 mode.
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5.5 PACKET STRUCTURE
Controller-to-target:
Start of
Packet
Target
Address
Address
De-limiter
<
ASCII
code 60
(1
character)
Instructio
n
Code
/
ASCII code
47
(4
characters)
Example:
(1
character)
Code
Qualifier
Optional
Arguments
= or ?
ASCII code
61 or 63
(3
characters)
(1 character)
End of
Packet
Carriage
Return
ASCII code 13
(1 character)
(n
characters)
<0135/TFQ=70.2345{CR}
Target-to-controller:
Start of
Packet
>
ASCII
code 62
(1 character)
Target
Address
Address
De-limiter
(4 characters)
/
ASCII
code 47
(1 character)
Example:
Instruction
Code
(3 characters)
Code Qualifier
=, ?, !, or *
ASCII code 61,
63, 33 or 42
(1 character)
Optional
Arguments
(From 0 to n
characters)
End of Packet
Carriage
Return, Line
Feed
ASCII code
13,10
(2 characters)
>0654/RSW=32{CR}{LF}
Each of the components of the packet is explained below.
5.5.1 START OF PACKET
Controller to Target: This is the character ‘<’ (ASCII code 61)
Target to Controller: This is the character ‘>’ (ASCII code 62)
Because this is used to provide a reliable indication of the start of packet, these two
characters may not appear anywhere else within the body of the message.
5.5.2 ADDRESS
Up to 9,999 devices can be uniquely addressed. In EIA-232 applications this value is set
to 0. In EIA-485 applications, the permissible range of values is 1 to 9999. It is
programmed into a target unit using the front panel keypad.
IMPORTANT
The controller sends a packet with the address of a target - the destination of the
packet. When the target responds, the address used is the same address, to
indicate to the controller the source of the packet. The controller does not have its
own address.
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5.5.3 INSTRUCTION CODE
This is a three-character alphabetic sequence which identifies the subject of the message.
Wherever possible, the instruction codes have been chosen to have some significance.
For example TFQ for transmit frequency, RMD for receive modulation type, etc. This
aids in the readability of the message, should it be displayed in its raw ASCII form. Only
upper case alphabetic characters may be used (A-Z, ASCII codes 65 - 90).
5.5.4 INSTRUCTION CODE QUALIFIER
This is a single character which further qualifies the preceding instruction code.
Code Qualifiers obey the following rules:
1)
From Controller to Target, the only permitted values are:
= (ASCII code 61)
? (ASCII code 63)
They have these meanings:
The ‘=’ code (controller to target) is used as the assignment operator, and is used to
indicate that the parameter defined by the preceding byte should be set to the
value of the argument(s) which follow it.
For example, in a message from controller to target, TFQ=070.0000 would mean
‘set the transmit frequency to 70 MHz.
The ‘?’ code (controller to target) is used as the query operator, and is used to indicate
that the target should return the current value of the parameter defined by the
preceding byte.
For example, in a message from controller to target, TFQ? would mean ‘return the
current value of the transmit frequency.
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2) From Target to Controller, the only permitted values are:
= (ASCII code 61)
? (ASCII code 63)
! (ASCII code 33)
* (ASCII code 42)
They have these meanings:
The ‘=’ code (target to controller) is used in two ways:
First, if the controller has sent a query code to a target (for example TFQ?,
meaning ‘what’s the Transmit frequency?’), the target would respond with
TFQ=xxx.xxxx, where xxx.xxxx represents the frequency in question.
Second, if the controller sends an instruction to set a parameter to a particular
value, then, providing the value sent in the argument is valid, the target will
acknowledge the message by replying with TFQ= (with no message arguments).
The ? code (target to controller) is only used as follows:
If the controller sends an instruction to set a parameter to a particular value, then,
if the value sent in the argument is not valid, the target will acknowledge the
message by replying (for example) with TFQ? (with no message arguments).
This indicates that there was an error in the message sent by the controller.
The * code (target to controller) is only used as follows:
If the controller sends an instruction to set a parameter to a particular value, then,
if the value sent in the argument is valid, BUT the modem will not permit that
particular parameter to be changed at that time, the target will acknowledge the
message by replying (for example) with TFQ* (with no message arguments).
The ! code (target to controller) is only used as follows:
If the controller sends an instruction code which the target does not recognize, the
target will acknowledge the message by echoing the invalid instruction, followed
by the ! character with. Example: XYZ!
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5.5.5 MESSAGE ARGUMENTS
Arguments are not required for all messages. Arguments are ASCII codes for the
characters 0 to 9 (ASCII 48 to 57), period (ASCII 46) and comma (ASCII 44).
5.5.6 END OF PACKET
Controller to Target: This is the ‘Carriage Return’ character (ASCII code 13)
Target to Controller: This is the two-character sequence ‘Carriage Return’, ‘Line Feed’.
(ASCII code 13, and code 10.)
Both indicate the valid termination of a packet.
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Parameter
Type
Command
(Instruction
Code and
qualifier)
Arguments for
Command or
Response to
Query
Description of arguments
(note that all arguments are ASCII numeric
codes, that is, ASCII codes between 48 and 57)
Response to Command
(target to controller)
Query
(Instruction
Code and
qualifier)
Response to
query
(target to
controller)
Tx
Frequency
TFQ=
8 bytes
Command or Query.
Tx Frequency, 52 MHz to 88 MHz, (70 MHz band)
or 104 MHz to 176 MHz, (140 MHz band).
Resolution = 100Hz.
Example: TFQ=072.9876 (70 MHz option)
TFQ=148.0000 (140 MHz option)
Note: Querying ‘Options Fitted’ (using EID?) will
indicate if the unit is 70 MHz or 140 MHz IF band
TFQ= (message ok)
TFQ? (received ok,
but invalid arguments found)
TFQ* (message ok, but not
permitted in current mode)
TFQ?
TFQ=xxx.xxxx
(same format as
command
arguments)
Tx
Data Rate
TDR=
8 bytes
Command or Query.
Tx Data rate, in kbps, between 2.4 kbps and 2048
kbps. Resolution = 1 bps.
Example: TDR=2047.999 (which is 2047.999 kbps)
TDR= (message ok)
TDR? (received ok,
but invalid arguments found)
TFQ* (message ok, but not
permitted in current mode)
TDR?
TDR=xxxx.xxx
(same format as
command
arguments)
Tx
FEC Type
TFT=
1 byte, value of
1,2,3 or 4
Command or Query.
Tx FEC coding type, where:
0 = None (uncoded - no FEC)
1 = Viterbi
2 = Sequential
3 = Viterbi + Reed-Solomon
4 = Sequential + Reed-Solomon
5 = Rate 3/4 QPSK Turbo (S/W Version < 1.15)
6 = Rate 21/44 BPSK Turbo (S/W Version > 1.14)
7 = Rate 5/16 BPSK Turbo (S/W Version > 1.14)
All other codes invalid.
Example: TFT=1 (which is Viterbi coding)
Note: If the RS Codec option is not installed, and
the argument 3 or 4 is used, the target will return
TFT= (message ok)
TFT? (received ok,
but invalid argument found)
TFT* (message ok, but not
permitted in current mode)
TFT?
TFT=x
(same format as
command
arguments)
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Type
Command
(Instruction
Code and
qualifier)
Arguments for
Command or
Response to
Query
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Description of arguments
(note that all arguments are ASCII numeric
codes, that is, ASCII codes between 48 and 57)
Response to Command
(target to controller)
Query
(Instruction
Code and
qualifier)
Response to
query
(target to
controller)
TFT?
If the Turbo Codec option is not installed, and the
argument 5 is used, the target will return TFT?
Use EID? to query the options fitted.
Tx
FEC Code
Rate
TCR=
1 byte, value of
1,3 or 7
Command or Query.
Tx FEC Code rate, where:
1 = Rate 1/2
3 = Rate 3/4 (must be set for Rate 3/4 Turbo)
7 = Rate 7/8
8 = Rate 21/44 (must set for Rate 21/44 Turbo)*
9 = Rate 5/16 (must set for Rate 5/16 Turbo)*
All other codes invalid.
Example: TCR=1 (which is Rate 1/2)
* Only valid for S/W > 1.14 and EID =5500xx
As a Query, returns 0 if Uncoded is selected for
FEC
TCR= (message ok)
TCR? (received ok,
but invalid argument found)
TCR* (message ok, but not
permitted in current mode for example if Turbo is
selected, and either 1/2 or
7/8 is set)
TCR?
TCR=x
(same format as
command
argument)
Tx
Modulation
Type
TMD=
1 byte, value of
1 or 2 or 3
Command or Query.
Tx Modulation type, where:
1 = BPSK (must be set for Rate 21/44 or 5/16
Turbo)
2 = QPSK (must be set for Rate 3/4 Turbo
operation)
3 = OQPSK
All other codes invalid.
Example: TMD=2 (which is QPSK)
TMD= (message ok)
TMD? (received ok,
but invalid argument found)
TMD* (message ok, but not
permitted in current mode)
TMD?
TMD=x
(same format as
command
argument)
Tx Spectrum
Invert
TSI=
1 byte, value of
0 or 1
Command or Query.
Tx Spectrum Invert selection, where:
0 = Normal,
TSI= (message ok)
TSI? (received ok, but
invalid arg. found)
TSI?
TSI=x
(same format as
command
argument)
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Remote Control
Parameter
Type
Command
(Instruction
Code and
qualifier)
Arguments for
Command or
Response to
Query
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
Description of arguments
(note that all arguments are ASCII numeric
codes, that is, ASCII codes between 48 and 57)
Response to Command
(target to controller)
1 = Tx Spectrum Inverted
All other codes invalid.
Example:TSI=0 (which is normal)
TSI* (message ok, but not
permitted in current mode)
Query
(Instruction
Code and
qualifier)
Response to
query
(target to
controller)
argument)
Tx
Scrambler
TSC=
1 byte, value of
0 or 1
Command or Query.
Tx Scrambler state, where:
0 = Off
1 = On (V.35 in transparent mode, synchronous in
framed mode
All other codes invalid.
Example: TSC=1 (which is scrambler On)
TSC= (message ok)
TSC? (received ok,
but invalid argument found)
TSQ* (message ok, but not
permitted in current mode)
TSC?
TSCS=x
(same format as
command
argument)
Tx Power
Level
TPL=
4 bytes
Command or Query.
Tx Output power level between 0 and -20 dBm
(minus sign assumed). Example: TPL=13.4 (which
is
-13.4 dBm)
TPL= (message ok)
TPL? (received ok,
but invalid arguments
found)
TPL* (message ok, but not
permitted in current mode)
TPL?
TPL=xx.x
(same format as
command
arguments)
Tx Clock
Source
TCK=
1 byte, value of
1,2 or 3
Command or Query.
Tx Clock source, where:
1 = Internal
2 = External
3 = Loop timed (use Rx satellite clock)
All other codes invalid.
Example: TCK=2 (which is External Clock)
TCK= (message ok)
TCK? (received ok,
but invalid argument found)
TCK* (message ok, but not
permitted in current mode)
TCK?
TCK=x
(same format as
command
argument)
Tx Carrier
On/Off State
TXO=
1 byte, value of
0, 1 or 2
Command or Query.
Tx Carrier On/Off state, where:
0 = Off due to front panel or rem. control command
1 = On
TXO= (message ok)
TXO? (received ok,
but invalid argument found)
TXO* (message ok, but not
permitted in current mode)
TXO?
TXO=x
(Note that 2 is
not a valid
argument when
used as a
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Parameter
Type
Command
(Instruction
Code and
qualifier)
Arguments for
Command or
Response to
Query
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
Description of arguments
(note that all arguments are ASCII numeric
codes, that is, ASCII codes between 48 and 57)
Response to Command
(target to controller)
2 = Off due to ext H/W Tx Carrier Off command
(not a valid argument when used as a command)
All other codes invalid.
Example: TXO=1 (which is Tx Carrier On)
permitted in current mode)
Query
(Instruction
Code and
qualifier)
Response to
query
(target to
controller)
command)
Rx
Frequency
RFQ=
8 bytes
Command or Query.
Rx Frequency, 52 MHz to 88 MHz, (70 MHz band)
or 104 MHz to 176 MHz (140 MHz band).
Resolution = 100 Hz.
Example: RFQ=143.4567 (which is 143.4567 MHz)
Note: Querying ‘Options Fitted’ (using EID?) will
indicate if the unit is 70 MHz or 140 MHz IF band
RFQ= (message ok)
RFQ? (received ok,
but invalid arguments found)
RFQ* (message ok, but not
permitted in current mode)
RFQ?
RFQ=xxx.xxxx
(same format as
command
arguments)
Rx Data
Rate
RDR=
8 bytes
Command or Query.
Rx Data rate, in bps, between 2.4 kbps and 2048
kbps. Resolution = 1 bps.
Example: RDR=002.400 (which is 2.4 kbps)
RDR= (message ok)
RDR? (received ok,
but invalid arguments found)
RDR* (message ok, but not
permitted in current mode
RDR?
RDR=xxxx.xxx
(same format as
command
arguments)
Rx
FEC Type
RFT=
1 byte, value of
1,2,3 or 4
Command or Query.
Rx FEC decoding type, where:
0 = None (uncoded - no FEC)
1 = Viterbi
2 = Sequential
3 = Viterbi + Reed-Solomon
4 = Sequential + Reed-Solomon
5 = Rate 3/4 QPSK Turbo (S/W Version < 1.15)
6 = Rate 21/44 BPSK Turbo (S/W Version > 1.14)
7 = Rate 5/16 BPSK Turbo (S/W Version > 1.14)
All other codes invalid.
Example: RFT=1 (which is Viterbi coding)
RFT= (message ok)
RFT? (received ok,
but invalid argument found)
RFT* (message ok, but not
permitted in current mode)
RFT?
RFT=x
(same format as
command
arguments)
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Parameter
Type
Command
(Instruction
Code and
qualifier)
Arguments for
Command or
Response to
Query
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
Description of arguments
(note that all arguments are ASCII numeric
codes, that is, ASCII codes between 48 and 57)
Response to Command
(target to controller)
Query
(Instruction
Code and
qualifier)
Response to
query
(target to
controller)
Note: If the RS Codec option is not installed, and
the argument 3 or 4 is used, the target will return
RFT? If the Turbo Codec option is not installed,
and the argument 5, 6 or 7 is used, the target will
return RFT? Use EID? to query the options fitted.
Rx FEC
Code Rate
RCR=
1 byte, value of
1,3 or 7
Command or Query.
Rx FEC Code rate, where:
1 = Rate 1/2
3 = Rate 3/4 (must be set for Rate 3/4 Turbo)
7 = Rate 7/8
8 = Rate 21/44 (must set for Rate 21/44 Turbo)*
9 = Rate 5/16 (must set for Rate 5/16 Turbo)*
All other codes invalid.
Example: RCR=1 (which is Rate 1/2)
* Only valid for S/W Version >1.14
As a Query, returns 0 if Uncoded is selected for
FEC
RCR= (message ok)
RCR? (received ok,
but invalid argument found)
RCR* (message ok, but not
permitted in current mode
RCR?
RCR=x
(same format as
command
argument)
Rx
Modulation
Type
RMD=
1 byte, value of
1or 2 or 3
Command or Query.
Rx Modulation type, where:
1 = BPSK (must be set for Rate 21/44 or 5/16
Turbo)
2 = QPSK (must be set for Rate 3/4 Turbo
operation)
3 = OQPSK
All other codes invalid.
Example: RMD=1 (BPSK)
RMD= (message ok)
RMD? (received ok,
but invalid argument found)
RMD* (message ok, but not
permitted in current mode)
RMD?
RMD=x
(same format as
command
argument)
Rx
Spectrum
Invert
RSI=
1 byte, value of
0 or 1
Command or Query.
Rx Spectrum Invert selection, where:
RSI= (message ok)
RSI? (received ok,
RSI?
RSI=x
(same format as
command
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Parameter
Type
Command
(Instruction
Code and
qualifier)
Arguments for
Command or
Response to
Query
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
Description of arguments
(note that all arguments are ASCII numeric
codes, that is, ASCII codes between 48 and 57)
Response to Command
(target to controller)
0 = Normal
1 = Rx Spectrum Inverted
All other codes invalid.
but invalid argument found)
RSI* (message ok, but not
permitted in current mode)
Query
(Instruction
Code and
qualifier)
Response to
query
(target to
controller)
argument)
Rx
Descrambler
RDS=
1 byte, value of
0 or 1
Command or Query.
Rx De-scrambler state, where:
0 = Off
1 = On (V.35 in unframed mode, synchronous in
framed mode
All other codes invalid.
Example: RDS=1 (which is de-scrambler On)
RDS= (message ok)
RDS? (received ok,
but invalid argument found)
RDS* (message ok, but not
permitted in current mode)
RDS?
RDS=x
(same format as
command
argument)
Rx Demod
Acq Sweep
Width
RSW=
2 bytes,
numerical
Command or Query.
Rx ± acquisition sweep range of demodulator, in
kHz, ranging from ± 1 kHz to ± 30 kHz.
Example: RSW=09 (which is 9 kHz)
RSW= (message ok)
RSW? (received ok,
but invalid arguments found)
RSW* (message ok, but not
permitted in current mode)
RSW?
RSW=xx
(same format as
command
arguments)
Rx Clock
Mode
RCK=
1 byte, value of
0 or 1
Command or Query.
Rx Clock mode, where:
0 = Buffer disabled
1 = Buffer enabled
All other codes invalid.
Example: RCK=0 (which is buffer disable)
RCK= (message ok)
RCK? (received ok,
but invalid argument found)
RCK* (message ok, but not
permitted in current mode)
RCK?
RCK=x
(same format as
command
argument)
Eb/No Alarm
Point
EBA=
4 bytes,
numerical
Command or Query.
Eb/No alarm point, with a range of Eb/No between
0 and 16 dB. Resolution 0.1 dB.
Example: EBA=12.3 (which is Eb/No = 12.3 dB)
EBA= (message ok)
EBA? (received ok,
but invalid arguments found)
EBA?
EBA=xx.x
(same format as
command
arguments)
Rx Buffer
Size
RBS=
1 byte, value of
1,2,3,4 or 5
Command or Query.
Rx buffer size, where:
RBS= (message ok)
RBS? (received ok,
RBS?
RBS=x
(same format as
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Remote Control
Parameter
Type
Command
(Instruction
Code and
qualifier)
Arguments for
Command or
Response to
Query
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
Description of arguments
(note that all arguments are ASCII numeric
codes, that is, ASCII codes between 48 and 57)
Response to Command
(target to controller)
1 = +/- 256 bits
2 = +/- 512 bits
3 = +/- 1024 bits
4 = +/- 2048 bits
5 = +/- 4096 bits
but invalid argument found)
RBS* (message ok, but not
permitted in current mode)
Query
(Instruction
Code and
qualifier)
Response to
query
(target to
controller)
command
argument)
Unit
Interface
Type
ITF=
1 byte, value of
1,2,3 or 4
Command or Query.
Terrestrial interface type, where:
1 = EIA-422/EIA530 DCE,
2 = V.35 DCE
3 = EIA-232 (sync).
4 = IP interface
All other codes invalid. Example: ITF=2 (V.35)
ITF= (message ok)
ITF? (received ok, but
invalid args found)
ITF* (message ok, but not
permitted in current mode)
ITF?
ITF=x
(same format
as command
argument)
IP Address
and network
prefix
IPA=
18 bytes,
numerical
Command or Query.
IP Address and network prefix in the following
format:
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx.yy
Where:
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx is the address and yy is the
network prefix (0-31)
Example: IPA=010.006.030.001/24
IPA= (message ok)
IPA? (received ok,
but invalid arguments found)
IPA* (message ok, but not
permitted in current mode)
IPA?
IPA=xxx.xxx.xxx
.xxx.yy
(same format as
command
arguments)
Unit
Framing
Mode
FRM=
1 byte, value of
0 or 1
Command or Query.
Unit operating mode, where
0 = Unframed - transparent (distant-end M&C not
possible)
1 = Framed (EDMAC distant-end M&C possible)
Example: FRM=1 (which is framed)
FRM= (message ok)
FRM? (received ok,
but invalid argument found)
FRM* (message ok, but not
permitted in current mode)
FRM?
FRM=x
(same format as
command
argument)
Unit Test
TST=
1 byte, value of
01234
0 = Normal
TST= (message ok)
TST?
TST=x
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Parameter
Type
Command
(Instruction
Code and
qualifier)
Mode
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
Arguments for
Command or
Response to
Query
Description of arguments
(note that all arguments are ASCII numeric
codes, that is, ASCII codes between 48 and 57)
Response to Command
(target to controller)
0,1,2,3,4 or 5
1 = IF loopback
2 = Digital loopback
3 = I/O loopback
4 = Tx CW
5 = Tx Alternating 1,0 pattern
All other codes invalid. Example TST=4 (which is
transmit CW)
TST? (received ok,
but invalid argument found)
TST* (message ok, but not
permitted in current mode)
Query
(Instruction
Code and
qualifier)
Response to
query
(target to
controller)
(same format as
command
argument)
Unit IF
Impedance
IMP=
1 byte, value of
5 or 7
Command or Query.
IF interface impedance, where:
5 = 50 ohms
7 = 75 ohms
All other codes invalid. Example IMP=7 ( 75 ohms)
IMP= (message ok)
IMP? (received ok,
but invalid argument found)
IMP?
IMP=x
(same format as
command
argument)
Unit Alarm
Mask
MSK=
5 bytes, each
with a value of 0
or 1
Command or Query.
Alarm mask conditions, in the form abcde, where:
a = mask Tx AIS alarm, b = mask Rx AGC alarm
c = mask buffer alarms, d = mask Rx AIS alarm
e = mask Eb/No alarm
Setting any of these bytes to 0 unmasks alarm,
setting to 1 masks them. Example: MSK=01011
MSK= (message ok)
MSK? (received ok,
but invalid arguments found)
MSK* (message ok, but not
permitted in current mode)
MSK?
MSK=abcde
(same format as
command
arguments)
EDMAC
Slave
Address
ESA=
4 bytes,
numerical
Command or Query.
EDMAC Slave Address - sets the range of
addresses of distant-end units (modems or
transceivers) which this unit will forward messages
for. Only values which are integer multiples of ten
are permitted. (0010, 0020, 0030, 0040 etc.)
Example: ESA=0890
Important Note: Setting the value of the EDMAC
Slave Address to 0000 disables this function.
Setting a valid address here will automatically
ESA= (message ok)
ESA? (received ok,
but invalid arguments found)
ESA* (message ok, but not
permitted in current mode for example if ESA= is sent
to a distant-end slave unit)
ESA?
ESA=xxxx
(same format as
command
arguments)
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Parameter
Type
Command
(Instruction
Code and
qualifier)
Arguments for
Command or
Response to
Query
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
Description of arguments
(note that all arguments are ASCII numeric
codes, that is, ASCII codes between 48 and 57)
Response to Command
(target to controller)
Query
(Instruction
Code and
qualifier)
Response to
query
(target to
controller)
define the unit as being an EDMAC Master.
This command is only valid for an EDMAC master.
When used as a Query, it may be sent to an
EDMAC slave, which will respond with the
appropriate address.
Circuit ID
string
CID=
24 bytes,
ASCII
Command or Query.
Sets or queries the user-defined Circuit ID string,
which is a fixed length of 24 characters.
Valid characters include:
Space ( ) * + - , . / 0-9 and A-Z.
CID= (message ok)
CID? (received ok,
but invalid arguments found)
CID?
CID=xxxxxxxx
xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
x (same format
as command
arguments)
Outdoor Unit
Comms
ODU=
1 byte, value of
0 or 1
Command or Query.
Enables or disables communication, via an FSK
serial link, with a Comtech Transceiver (Outdoor
unit).
0 = disabled
1 = enabled
Example: ODU=0
ODU= (message ok)
ODU? (received ok,
but invalid arguments found)
ODU* (message ok, but not
permitted in current mode)
ODU?
ODU=x
(same format as
command
arguments)
AUPC
Enable
AUP=
1 byte, value of
0 or 1
Command or Query.
Enables or disables AUPC (Automatic Uplink
Power Control). 0 = disabled
1 = enabled
Example: APC=0
Note: Framing must be selected for the AUPC
feature to work. If AUPC is selected when Framing
is disabled, APC* will be returned
AUP= (message ok)
AUP? (received ok,
but invalid arguments found)
AUP* (message ok, but not
permitted in current mode)
AUP?
AUP=x
(same format as
command
arguments)
AUPC
Parameters
APP=
6 bytes,
Command or Query.
Defines AUPC (Automatic Uplink Power Control)
operating parameters. Has the form abc.cd
Where:
a = Define action on max power condition:
APP= (message ok)
APP? (received ok,
but invalid arguments found)
APP* (message ok, but not
permitted in current mode)
APP?
APP=abc.cd
(same format as
command
arguments)
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Parameter
Type
Command
(Instruction
Code and
qualifier)
Arguments for
Command or
Response to
Query
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
Description of arguments
(note that all arguments are ASCII numeric
codes, that is, ASCII codes between 48 and 57)
Response to Command
(target to controller)
Query
(Instruction
Code and
qualifier)
Response to
query
(target to
controller)
0 = do nothing 1 = generate TX alarm
b = Define action on remote demod unlock:
0 = go to nominal power 1 = go to max power
c.c = Target Eb/No value, in dB, for remote demod
d = Maximum increase in Tx Power permitted, in
dB
Example: APP= 015.67
Note: If APP is selected when Framing and/or
AUPC is disabled, APP* will be returned
Remote
Eb/No
N/A
4 bytes,
numerical
Query only. (AUPC feature)
Returns the value of Ebi/No of the remote demod,
if Framing is enabled.
Returns 99.9 if demod is unlocked.
Returns xx.x if Framing is not enabled.
Range: between 2 and 16dB. Resolution 0.2 dB.
Example: REB=12.4 (which is Eb/No = 12.4 dB)
For values > 16.0 dB, the reply will be REB=16.0
N/A
REB?
REB=xx.x
(see description
for details of
arguments)
Tx Power
level
Increase
N/A
3 bytes,
numerical
Query only. (AUPC feature)
Returns the increase in Tx power level, in dB (from
the nominal setting) due to the action of AUPC.
Returns x.x if AUPC is not enabled.
Example: PLI=2.3
N/A
PLI?
PLI=x.x
(see
description for
details of
arguments)
Global
Configuratio
n
MGC=
78 bytes, with
numerical
entries, fixed
value entries,
and delimiters
Command or Query. Global configuration of unit, in
the form: FFF.FFFFDDDD.DDDGRMVSPP.PCX
fff.ffffdddd.dddgrmvswwctt.tbIOTZAAAAAUEEEEB
YYY.YYW, where:
F = Tx Frequency - same as TFQ= (8 bytes)
D = Tx Data Rate - same as TDR= (8 bytes)
MGC= (message ok)
MGC? (received ok,
but invalid arguments found)
MGC?
MGC=FFF.FFF
FDDD.DDDRM
VSPP.PCXfff.ffff
ddd.dddrmvsww
ctt.tbIOTZAAAA
AUEEEEBYY
Y.YYW
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Remote Control
Parameter
Type
Command
(Instruction
Code and
qualifier)
Arguments for
Command or
Response to
Query
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
Description of arguments
(note that all arguments are ASCII numeric
codes, that is, ASCII codes between 48 and 57)
G = Tx FEC Coding type - same as TFT= (1 byte)
R = Tx FEC Code Rate - same as TCR= (1 byte)
M = Tx Modulation - same as TMD= (1 byte)
V = Tx Spectrum Invert - same as TSI= (1 byte)
S = Tx Scrambler State - same as TSC= (1 byte)
P = Tx Power Level - same as TPL= (4 bytes)
C = Tx Clock Source - same as TCK= (1 byte)
X = Tx Carrier Status - same as TXO= (1 byte)
f = Rx Frequency - same as RFQ= (8 bytes)
d = Rx Data Rate - same as RDR= (8 bytes)
g = Rx FEC Decoding type - same as RFT= (1
byte)
r = Rx FEC Code Rate - same as RCR= (1 byte)
m = Rx Modulation - same as RMD= (1 byte)
v = Rx Spectrum Invert - same as RSI= (1 byte)
s = Rx De-scrambler - same as RDS= (1 byte)
w= Rx Sweep Width - same as RSW= (2 bytes)
c = Rx Clock Mode - same as RCM= (1 byte)
t = Eb/No Alarm Point - same as EBA= (4 bytes)
b = Rx Buffer Size - same as RBS= (1 byte)
I = Unit Interface Type - same as ITF= (1 byte)
O =Unit Framing Mode - same as FRM= (1 byte)
T = Unit Test Mode - same as TST= (1 byte)
Z = Unit IF Impedance - same as IMP= (1 byte)
A = Alarm Mask - same as MSK= (5 bytes)
U= ODU Comms - same as ODU= (1 byte)
E= EDMAC Slave address - same as ESA= (4
bytes)
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Response to Command
(target to controller)
Query
(Instruction
Code and
qualifier)
Response to
query
(target to
controller)
(same format as
command
arguments)
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
Remote Control
Parameter
Type
Command
(Instruction
Code and
qualifier)
Arguments for
Command or
Response to
Query
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
Description of arguments
(note that all arguments are ASCII numeric
codes, that is, ASCII codes between 48 and 57)
Response to Command
(target to controller)
Query
(Instruction
Code and
qualifier)
Response to
query
(target to
controller)
B= AUPC enable - same as AUP= (1 byte)
Y = AUPC setup - same as APP= (6 bytes)
W =Stats log interval- same as SSI (1 byte),
Example:
MGC=074.56780064.0001720112.720082.65430
128.0002320116109.81211100000102361115.659
Config Store
CST=
1 byte,
numerical, 0 to
9
Forces the unit to store the current modem
configuration in Configuration Memory location
defined by the one byte argument (0 to 9).
Example CST=4 (Store current config in location 4)
WARNING: Use with caution! If the location
already contains data it will be automatically
overwritten. If in doubt, query the location first.
CST= (message ok)
CST? (received ok, but
invalid arguments found)
CST?n, where
n is 0 to 9
CST?0, or
CST?1, or
CST?2, or
CST?3, or
CST?4, or
CST?5, or
CST?6, or
CST?7, or
CST?8, or
CST?9
Return the
same format as
the MGC with
the form:
CST= for a
valid config, and
CST* where no
valid config is
found in that n
Config Load
CLD=
1 byte,
numerical, 0 to
9
Command only.
Forces the unit to retrieve the Configuration
Memory location defined by the one byte argument
(0 to 9). and to re-program the unit with that stored
configuration.
CLD= (message ok)
CLD? (message received
ok, but an invalid argument
was found,
CST* (message ok, but the
requested location does not
contain a valid configuration)
N/A
N/A
Re-center
Buffer
RCB=
None
Command only.
Forces the unit to re-center the receive
plesiochronous/doppler buffer.
RCB= (message ok)
N/A
N/A
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Parameter
Type
Command
(Instruction
Code and
qualifier)
Arguments for
Command or
Response to
Query
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
Description of arguments
(note that all arguments are ASCII numeric
codes, that is, ASCII codes between 48 and 57)
Response to Command
(target to controller)
Query
(Instruction
Code and
qualifier)
Response to
query
(target to
controller)
FSW= (message ok)
N/A
N/A
This command takes no arguments.
Force 1:1
Switch
FSW=
None
Command only.
Forces the unit to toggle the Unit Fail relay to the
‘fail’ state for approx 500ms. If the unit is a 1:1 pair,
and it is currently the ‘On Line’ unit, this will force a
switchover, so the unit will then be in ‘Standby’
mode. The command is always executed by the
unit, regardless of whether it is stand-alone, in a
1:1 pair, or part of a 1:N system.
This command takes no arguments.
10dB
attenuator
set
ATS=
1 byte, value of
0 or 1
FACTORY USE ONLY
Modulator output 10dB attenuator setting, where
0 = no attenuation
1 = 10 dB attenuation
Example: ATS=0
(Used for power-level calibration)
ATS= (message ok)
ATS? (received ok, but
invalid arguments found)
ATS* (message ok, but not
permitted in current mode)
ATS?
ATS=n
where n is 0
or 1
Power level
DAC set
DAC=
4 bytes,
numerical
FACTORY USE ONLY
Modulator power output DAC setting. An argument
between 0000 and 4095 is required
Example: DAC=1287
(Used for power-level calibration)
DAC= (message ok)
DAC? (received ok, but
invalid arguments found)
DAC* (message ok, but not
permitted in current mode)
DAC?
DAC=xxxx
where xxxx
is a value
between 0000
and 4095
Write
EEPROM
Value
EWR=
7 bytes
Command only. FACTORY USE ONLY
A command in the form ddd,aaa, where ddd is a
single byte data value between 0 and 255, and aaa
is a starting address (in the range 0 - 127) within
the serial EEPROM, where the data is to be
written.
Example: EWR=127,104 means write the value
EWR= (message ok)
EWR? (received ok,
but invalid arguments found)
EWR* (message ok, but not
permitted in current mode)
N/A
N/A
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Parameter
Type
Command
(Instruction
Code and
qualifier)
Arguments for
Command or
Response to
Query
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Description of arguments
(note that all arguments are ASCII numeric
codes, that is, ASCII codes between 48 and 57)
Response to Command
(target to controller)
Query
(Instruction
Code and
qualifier)
Response to
query
(target to
controller)
127 starting at address location 104.
(Used for power-level cal, amongst other things)
Read
EEPROM
Value
N/A
3 bytes
Query only. FACTORY USE ONLY
A query in the form aaa where aaa is a starting bit
address (in the range 0 - 127) within the modem’s
serial EEPROM, requesting that the byte stored at
that location be returned. Example: ERD?063
returns the value of the byte stored at location 063.
(Used for power-level cal, amongst other things)
N/A
ERD?
ERD=xxx
where xxx is a
value between 0
and 255
Set RTC
Date
DAY=
6 bytes,
numerical
Command or query
A command in the form ddmmyy, where; dd = day
of the month, between 01 and 31, mm = month of
the year, between 01 and 12 and yy = year,
between 97 and 96 (1997 to 2000, then 2000 to
2096)
Example: DAY=240457 would be April 24, 2057
DAY= (message ok)
DAY? (received ok,
but invalid arguments found)
DAY* (message ok, but not
permitted in current mode)
DAY?
DAY=xxxxxx
(same format
as command
arguments)
Set RTC
Time
TIM=
6 bytes,
numerical
Command or query
A command in the form hhmmss, indicating the
time from midnight, where hh = hours, between 00
and 23; mm = minutes, between 00 and 59, and ss
= seconds, between 00 and 59
Example: TIM=231259 would be 23 hours, 12
minutes and 59 seconds from midnight.
TIM= (message ok)
TIM? (received ok,
but invalid arguments found)
TIM* (message ok, but not
permitted in current mode)
TIM?
TIM=xxxxxx
(same format
as command
arguments)
Clear All
Stored
Events
CAE=
None
Command only
Instructs the unit to clear all Stored Events
This command takes no arguments.
CAE= (message ok)
N/A
N/A
Set
Statistics
Sample
Interval
SSI=
1 byte,
numerical
Command or Query.
Used to set the sample interval for the Statistics
Logging Function.
SSI= (message ok)
SSI? (received ok,
but invalid arguments found)
SSI?
SSI=x (see
description for
details of
argument)
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Parameter
Type
Command
(Instruction
Code and
qualifier)
Arguments for
Command or
Response to
Query
Interval
Rev. 2
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Description of arguments
(note that all arguments are ASCII numeric
codes, that is, ASCII codes between 48 and 57)
Response to Command
(target to controller)
SSI=x, where x = 0 to 9 in 10 minute steps. Note:
setting this parameter to 0 disables the statistics
logging function. Example: SSI=3 means 30
minutes
SSI* (message ok, but not
permitted in current mode)
Query
(Instruction
Code and
qualifier)
Response to
query
(target to
controller)
argument)
Clear All
Stored
Statistics
CAS=
None
Command only
Instructs the unit to clear all Stored Statistics
This command takes no arguments.
CAS= (message ok)
N/A
N/A
Retrieve
next 5
unread
Stored
Events
N/A
75 bytes
Query only
Unit returns the oldest 5 Stored Events which have
not yet been read over the remote control. Reply
format: {CR}Sub-body{CR}Sub-body{CR}Subbody{CR}Sub-body{CR}Sub-body, where Subbody=
ABCddmmyyhhmmss,
A being the fault/clear indicator.
F=Fault
C=Clear
I=Info
B being the fault type where:
1=Unit
2=Rx Traffic
3=Tx Traffic
4=Power on/off, or log cleared
and C being the fault code, as defined under the
‘FLT’ message table entry, except Info codes,
which are: 0=power off, 1=power on, 2=log
cleared, 3=global config change, and 4=
redundancy config change. If there are no new
events, the unit replies with RNE? If there are less
N/A
RNE?
RNE={CR}ABC
ddmmyyhhmms
s{CR}ABCddm
myyhhmmss{C
R}ABCddmmyy
hhmmss{CR}AB
Cddmmyyhhmm
ss{CR}ABCddm
myyhhmmss
(see description
for details of
arguments)
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Parameter
Type
Command
(Instruction
Code and
qualifier)
Arguments for
Command or
Response to
Query
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Description of arguments
(note that all arguments are ASCII numeric
codes, that is, ASCII codes between 48 and 57)
Response to Command
(target to controller)
Query
(Instruction
Code and
qualifier)
Response to
query
(target to
controller)
than 5 events to be retrieved, the remaining
positions are padded with zeros.
Retrieve
Number of
unread
Stored
Events
N/A
2 bytes,
numerical
Query only.
Unit returns the number of Stored Events which
remain unread, in the form xx. Note: This means
unread over the remote control - viewing the stored
events from the front panel of the modem does not
affect this value. Example reply: NUE=98
N/A
NUE?
NUE=xx (see
description for
details of
arguments)
Retrieve
next 5
unread
Stored
Statistics
N/A
130 bytes
Query only
Unit returns the oldest 5 Stored Statistics which
have not yet been read over the remote control.
Reply format:
{CR}Sub-body{CR}Sub-body{CR}Sub-body{CR}Su
b-body{CR}Sub-body, where Sub-body=
AA.ABB.BC.CD.Dddmmyyhhmmss,
AA.A = Minimum Eb/No during sample period.
BB.B = Average Eb/No during sample period.
C.C = Max. Tx Power Level Increase during
sample period.
D.D = Average Tx Power Level Increase during
sample period.
ddmmyyhhmmss = date/time stamp.
If there are no new events, the unit replies with
RNS? If there are less than 5 statistics to be
retrieved, the remaining positions are padded with
zeros.
N/A
RNS?
RNS={CR}AA.A
BB.BC.CD.Ddd
mmyyhhmmss{
CR}AA.ABB.BC
.CD.Dddmmyyh
hmmss{CR}AA.
ABB.BC.CD.Dd
dmmyyhhmmss
{CR}AA.ABB.B
C.CD.Dddmmyy
hhmmss{CR}AA
.ABB.BC.CD.Dd
dmmyyhhmmss
(see description
for details of
arguments)
Retrieve
Number of
unread
Stored
Statistics
N/A
3 bytes,
numerical
Query only.
Unit returns the number of Stored Statistics which
remain unread, in the form xxx. Note: This means
unread over the remote control - viewing the stored
events from the front panel of the modem does not
N/A
NUS?
NUS=xxx (see
description for
details of
arguments)
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Parameter
Type
Command
(Instruction
Code and
qualifier)
Arguments for
Command or
Response to
Query
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Description of arguments
(note that all arguments are ASCII numeric
codes, that is, ASCII codes between 48 and 57)
Response to Command
(target to controller)
Query
(Instruction
Code and
qualifier)
Response to
query
(target to
controller)
affect this value. Example reply: NUS=198
Rx Eb/No
N/A
4 bytes,
numerical
Query only.
Unit returns the value of Ebi/No, between 0 and
16dB. Resolution 0.1 dB. Returns 99.9 if demod is
unlocked. Example: EBN=12.3 (which is Eb/No =
12.3 dB) For values greater than 16.0 dB, the reply
will be EBN=+016.
N/A
EBN?
EBN=xx.x (see
description for
details of
arguments)
RX Coarse
AGC
N/A
2 bytes,
numerical
Query only.
Unit returns the vaue of Coarse AGC setting,
between 0 and 99
Example: AGC=76
N/A
AGC?
AGC=xx (see
description for
details of
arguments
Rx Freq
Offset
N/A
5 bytes,
1st , + or -,
next 4 bytes
numerical
Query only.
Unit returns the value of freq. offset of the carrier
being demodulated. Values range from ±0 to ± 30
kHz, 100 Hz resolution.Example: RFO=+02.3
(offset is +2.3 kHz) Returns 99999 if the demod is
unlocked.
N/A
RFO?
RFO=nxx.x (see
description for
details of
arguments)
Buffer Fill
State
N/A
2 bytes,
numerical
Query only.
Unit returns the value of the buffer fill state. Values
range from 1 to 99% .Example: BFS=33 (buffer fill
state is 33%) Returns 00 if demod unlocked.
N/A
BFS?
BFS=xx (see
description for
details of
arguments)
Rx BER
N/A
5 bytes
Query only.
Unit returns the value of the estimated corrected
BER in the form a.b x 10exp-c. Fist and second
bytes are value, 3rd and 4th bytes are the
exponent. Returns 99999 if demod is unlocked.
Example: BER=4.8E3 (BER is 4.8 x 10-3)
N/A
BER?
BER=a.bEc
(see
description for
details of
arguments)
Redundancy
State
N/A
1 byte, value of
0 or 1
Query only.
Returns the redundancy state of the unit, where:
N/A
RED?
RED=x (see
description for
details of
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Parameter
Type
Command
(Instruction
Code and
qualifier)
Arguments for
Command or
Response to
Query
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Description of arguments
(note that all arguments are ASCII numeric
codes, that is, ASCII codes between 48 and 57)
Response to Command
(target to controller)
Query
(Instruction
Code and
qualifier)
0 = Off Line (forced into standby by 1:N or 1:1
Switch) 1= On Line (normal). All other codes
invalid. Example: RED=1 (On Line)
Response to
query
(target to
controller)
arguments)
Local/Remot
e Status
LRS=
1 byte, value of
0 or 1
Command or query (Command only if S/W > 1.13)
As a query, returns the local/remote status of the
unit, where:
0 = local
1= remote
When used as a comand, uses the same codes for
an argument.
Example: LRS=1 (unit is in remote mode)
LRS=
(message ok)
LRS?
LRS=x (see
description for
details of
arguments)
Serial
Number
SNO=
4 bytes
numerical
0000 to 9999
Command portion is FACTORY USE ONLY. Used
to set or Query the units 4 digit serial number.
Unit returns its S/N, in the form xxxx.
Example: SNO=1765
SNO= (message ok)
SNO?
SNO=xxxx (see
description for
details of
arguments)
Software
Revision
N/A
4 bytes,
numerical
Query only.
Unit returns the value of internal software revision
installed in the unit, in the form x.xx
Example: SWR=1.03 (Ver 1.03)
N/A
SWR?
SWR=x.xx (see
description for
details of
arguments)
Equipment
ID
N/A
6 bytes,
numerical
Query only.
Unit returns the equipment identification, and the
options fitted, in the form aaaabc, where:
aaaa defines the Modem model number. Example:
2550 is CiM-550, no Reed-Solomon or Turbo 3550
is CiM-550 with Reed-Solomon Codec
4550 is CiM-550 with Turbo Codec fitted (Rate 3/4
QPSK only - S/W Version less than 1.15)
5550 is CiM-550 with Turbo Codec fitted (Rate 3/4
QPSK, plus Rate 21/44 and Rate 5/16 BPSK)
N/A
EID?
EID=aaaabc
(see description
for details of
arguments)
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Parameter
Type
Command
(Instruction
Code and
qualifier)
Arguments for
Command or
Response to
Query
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Description of arguments
(note that all arguments are ASCII numeric
codes, that is, ASCII codes between 48 and 57)
Response to Command
(target to controller)
Query
(Instruction
Code and
qualifier)
Response to
query
(target to
controller)
N/A
FLT?
FLT=abcde (see
description for
details of
arguments
b defines the IF band, with 1 = 70MHz, 2 =
140MHz
c defines RX only, with 1 = RX/TX, 2 = RX only.
Example: EID=455011 (CiM-550, Rate 3/4 Turbo
Codec, 70 MHz band, RX/TX)
Faults
and
Status
N/A
5 bytes,
first 3 bytes
alpha-numerical
4th and 5th
bytes, value of 0
or 1
Query only. Unit returns the current fault and status
codes for the Unit (hardware), Tx Traffic and Rx
Traffic, in the form abcde, where:
a = Unit fault status, b = Tx Traffic status,
c = Rx Traffic Status, d = Change in Fault Status
since last poll (0 = none, 1 = change), e = Change
in Unit Configuration since last poll (0 = none, 1 =
change)
Unit faults:
0 = No faults
1 = Power supply fault, 5 volts
2 = Power supply fault , 12 volts
3 = Power supply fault, -5 volts
4 = Power supply fault, 18 volts
5 = Power supply fault, -12 volts
6 = RAM load fail
7 = Tx synthesiser lock
8 = Rx synthesiser
9 = Power cal Checksum error
A = FPGA main chain load fail
B = Turbo FPGA load fail
C = CiM IP Module Fail
Tx Traffic status:
0 = Tx traffic OK
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Parameter
Type
Command
(Instruction
Code and
qualifier)
Arguments for
Command or
Response to
Query
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Description of arguments
(note that all arguments are ASCII numeric
codes, that is, ASCII codes between 48 and 57)
1 = No clock from terrestrial interface
2 = Tx FIFO slip
3 = AIS detected on incoming data
4 = AUPC upper limit reached
Rx Traffic status:
0 = Rx Traffic OK
1 = Demodulator unlocked
2 = AGC Alarm - signal level too high
3 = Frame sync lost (Reed-Solomon or EDMAC)
4 = Buffer Underflow
5 = Buffer Overflow
6 = AIS detected on incoming data
7 = Eb/No threshold exceeded
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Response to Command
(target to controller)
Query
(Instruction
Code and
qualifier)
Response to
query
(target to
controller)
Chapter 6.
Theory of Operation
Functional Description
81
Offset QPSK Operation
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EIA-232 Operation
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AUPC (Automatic Uplink Power Control)
88
6.1 FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
The CiM-550 has two fundamentally different types of interface - IF and data. The data
interface is a bi-directional path which connects with the customer’s equipment (assumed
to be the DTE) and the modem (assumed to be the DCE). The IF interface provides a bidirectional link with the satellite via the uplink and downlink equipment.
Transmit data is received by the terrestrial interface where line receivers convert the
clock and data signals to CMOS levels for further processing. A small FIFO follows the
terrestrial interface to facilitate the various clocking and framing options. If framing is
enabled, the transmit clock and data output from the FIFO pass through the framer, where
the EDMAC data is added to the main data. Otherwise, the clock and data are passed
directly to the Forward Error Correction encoder. In the FEC encoder, the data is
differentially encoded, scrambled, and then convolutionally encoded.
Following the encoder, the data is fed to the transmit digital filters, which perform
spectral shaping on the data signals. The resultant I and Q signals are then fed to the
QPSK/BPSK modulator. The carrier is generated by a frequency synthesizer, and the I
and Q signals directly modulate this carrier to produce an IF output signal.
The received IF signal is first translated to a fixed IF frequency, using a frequency
synthesizer. An AGC circuit maintains the composite level within the IF bandwidth
constant over a limited range. Following this, the signal is sampled by a high-speed
(flash) A/D converter. All processing beyond this conversion is purely digital. The signal
is translated down to near zero frequency by a complex mix, and then is processed by a
digital Costas Loop, which performs the functions of Nyquist filtering, carrier recovery,
and bit-timing recovery. The resultant demodulated signal is fed, in soft decision form, to
the FEC decoder (Viterbi, Sequential or Turbo, and Reed-Solomon, if installed).
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After decoding, the recovered clock and data pass to the de-framer (if EDMAC is
enabled) where the overhead information is removed. Following this, the data passes to
the Plesiochronous/Doppler buffer, which has a programmable size, or may be bypassed.
From here, the receive clock and data signals are routed to the terrestrial interface, and
are passed to the externally connected DTE equipment.
6.2 OFFSET QPSK OPERATION
Offset QPSK modulation is a variation of normal QPSK, which is offered in the CiM550. Normal, bandlimited, QPSK produces an RF signal envelope which necessarily
goes through a point of zero amplitude when the modulator transitions through nonadjacent phase states. This is not considered to be a problem in most communication
systems, as long as the entire signal processing chain is linear.
However, when bandlimited QPSK is passed through a non-linearity (for instance, a
saturated power amplifier), there is a tendency for the carefully-filtered spectrum to
degrade. This phenomenon is termed ‘spectral re-growth’, and at the extreme (hard
limiting) the original, unfiltered sinx/x spectrum would result. In most systems, this
would cause an unacceptable level of interference to adjacent carriers, and would cause
degradation of the BER performance of the corresponding demodulator.
To overcome the problem of the envelope collapsing to a point of zero amplitude, Offset
QPSK places a delay between I and Q channels of exactly 1/2 symbol. Now the
modulator cannot transition through zero when faced with non-adjacent phase states. The
result is that there is far less variation in the envelope of the signal, and non-linearities do
not cause the same level of degradation.
The demodulator must re-align the I and Q symbol streams before the process of carrier
recovery can take place. For various reasons this makes the process of acquisition more
difficult. The two consequences of this are:
Acquisition may be longer, especially at low data rates.
The acquisition threshold is higher than for normal QPSK, although the demodulator will
maintain lock down to its normal levels. The acquisition thresholds are as follows:
7.0 dB Eb/No for Rate 1/2
5.2 dB Eb/No for Rate 3/4
4.8 dB Eb/No for Rate 7/8
4.0 dB Eb/No for Uncoded operation (No FEC)
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6.3 EIA-232 OPERATION
The CiM-550 supports asynchronous EIA-232 in addition to synchronous EIA-232
formats. This is useful, for example, in connecting two computers together, via their
serial ports, at opposite ends of a satellite link. There are, however, some restrictions and
limitations when using this mode, and the user may have to experiment a little in order to
get reliable communication.
6.3.1 ASYNC EIA-232 SPECIFICATIONS
Maximum operating baud rate:
57.6 kbaud (QPSK and OQPSK)
28.8 kbaud (BPSK)
Additional data overhead required:
Zero. A 9.6 kbaud connection uses a 9.6 kbps carrier.
Maximum allowable baud rate
tolerance:
+/- 600 ppm
Character formats supported:
Any, except those using 1.5 stop bits (see note below)
Flow control:
None
Handshaking line supported:
Data Carrier Detect (DCD)
Connectivity required:
Rx data, Tx Data and Ground (DCD optional)
6.3.2 SETUP
The setup required for this mode is remarkably simple. Select EIA-232 as the interface
type, and then select the required baud rate for both transmit and receive data rates.
Detection of the asynchronous mode is fully automatic. If no clock is detected,
asynchronous mode is assumed, and the internal circuitry is switched accordingly. The
settings for both Tx and Rx clocking are irrelevant - the selected clocking options are
ignored, and the internal clock circuitry is reconfigured for this ‘special’ mode.
6.3.2.1 BAUD RATE ACCURACY
When connecting devices where the baud rate is not within the tolerance of +/- 600ppm,
the Tx FIFO and Rx Buffer will occasionally underflow or overflow, causing characters
to be lost. To avoid this, while the external device is connected, and transmitting data,
connect a frequency counter to pin 15 of the rear panel Data Connector (the 25 pin ‘D’
type female). Measure the frequency, then set the transmit frequency to be equal to this
value on the local modem, and set the receive frequency to this value at the other end of
the link. If a frequency counter is not available, 10 minutes of trial and error will be an
adequate substitute. Set the modem to an IF loop, and then try changing the baud rate by
approximately 500 ppm at a time. At 9600 baud, this equates to either 9605 or 9595 baud,
with further increments of 5 bps. If changing the baud rate in a positive direction results
in more frequent buffer and/or FIFO slips, then move it in the opposite direction. Do this
until the slips are eliminated.
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6.3.2.2 ASYNC CHARACTER FORMATS USING 1.5 STOP BITS
For situations where an async character format using 1.5 stop bits cannot be avoided, set
the modem data rate to exactly twice the incoming baud rate. This uses twice as much
bandwidth, but will permit this mode of operation.
6.3.3 CLOCKING
When dealing with satellite modems, the subject of clocking can be a complex issue. This
section describes the various clocking options which are available with the CiM-550.
6.3.3.1 TRANSMIT CLOCKING
There are four transmit clocking modes in the CiM-550. EIA-422/449 signal mnemonics
will be used for illustration, but the description applies equally to V.35, and synchronous
EIA-232.
6.3.3.1.1 Internal Clock
In this mode, the modem, assumed always to be the DCE, supplies the clock to the DTE.
(The EIA-422/449 name for this signal is Send Timing, or ST.) The DTE then clocks
from this source, and gives the modem transmit data (Send Data, or SD), synchronous
with this clock. It is optional whether the DTE also returns the clock (Terminal Timing,
or TT) - the modem can accept if it is present, but uses ST if is not.
6.3.3.1.2 External Clock
In this mode, the modem expects to see the DTE provide the clock, so that it can phaselock its internal circuits. In this case, the modem does not provide any signal on ST, but
instead requires a clock signal on Terminal Timing (TT), synchronous with the data. If no
clock is present, an alarm will be generated.
6.3.3.1.3 Loop-Timed, RX=TX
In certain circumstances, a terminal at the distant-end of a satellite link may be required
to provide a clock to the DTE equipment which is locked to the receive satellite signal.
This is similar to Internal Clock mode, in that the modem will source Send Timing (ST)
to the DTE, but now the timing is derived from the demodulator. The DTE then clocks
from this source, and gives the modem transmit data (Send Data, or SD), synchronous
with this clock. It is optional whether the DTE also returns the clock (Terminal Timing,
or TT) - the modem can accept if it is present, but uses ST if it is not. If the demodulator
loses lock, the modem’s internal clock will be substituted, so an accurate and stable clock
is present on ST, rather than a clock which may jitter and wander in a random fashion.
6.3.3.1.4 Loop-Timed, RX<>TX (Asymmetric Loop Timing)
The CiM-550 incorporates circuitry which permits loop timing when the TX and RX data
rates are not the same. In this case the clock frequency appearing at ST will be whatever
the TX data rate is programmed to, but phase-locked to the demodulator’s receive symbol
clock. In all other respects the operation is the same as for ‘standard’ loop timing.
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6.3.3.2 RECEIVE CLOCKING
There are three receive clocking modes in the CiM-550.
6.3.3.2.1 Buffer Disabled
When the buffer is disabled, the receive clock (Receive Timing, or RT) is derived directly
from the demodulator, and hence will be subject to plesiochronous and Doppler offsets.
In certain instances, this may be acceptable, and in the case of Loop Timing, it is
essential that the buffer is disabled (which is done automatically).
6.3.3.2.2 Buffer Enabled, RX=TX
In this instance, it is required that buffer be enabled, so that the clock and data appearing
on Receive Timing and Receive Data (RT and RD respectively) are synchronous with the
transmit clock. This is a relatively simple case, as the output clock for the buffer is
derived directly from either ST or TT.
6.3.3.2.3 Buffer Enabled, RX<>TX
This is an uncommon case, where the receive and transmit data rates are not equal. The
modem will generate a phase-locked buffer output clock which uses the transmit clock,
regardless of its frequency in relation to the receive data rate.
6.3.3.3 X.21 NOTES
For X.21 operation, use the EIA-422/530 pins, but ignore Receive Clock if the Modem is
DTE, and ignore Transmit clocks if the Modem is DCE.
6.3.3.4 LOOP TIMING WITH SYNC EIA-232
The CiM-550 distinguishes between synchronous and asynchronous EIA-232 by
detecting clock activity on the TX Clock pin of the interface. If no clock is detected, it is
assumed that the mode is asynchronous. Therefore, if loop timing is employed in a
synchronous EIA-232 application, it is essential to provide an external loop between the
ST and TX clock pins. If this is not done, the modem will assume an async mode, which
is not compatible. The loop should be placed between pin 15 and pin 24 on the 25 pin ‘D’
type interface.
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6.3.4 TRANSMIT AND RECEIVE CLOCKING
INTERNAL TX CLOCK MODE
DATA TO
MODULATOR
CIRCUIT
TX DATA
PLL
CIRCUIT
TX
FIFO
TX CLO CK
(TT )
CLOCK
VCXO
TRANSMIT
DATA
INTERFACE
DIRECT
DIGITAL
SNTHESIZER
INT ERNAL
CLO CK
(ST )
14.4 MHz
TCXO
THIS CLOCK IS USED AS THE SYNCHRONIZATION
SOURCE FOR THE EQUIPMENT ATTACHED
TO THE MODEM
EXTERNAL TX CLOCK MODE
DATA TO
MODULATOR
CIRCUIT
TX DATA
TX CLOCK
(TT)
PLL
CIRCUIT
TX
FIFO
TRANSMIT
DATA
INTERFACE
CLOCK
VCXO
THE MODEM LOCKS ITS CLOCK CIRCUITS
TO THIS CLOCK COMING FROM THE
EXTERNALLY CONNECTED EQUIPMENT
LOOP-TIMED TX CLOCK MODE
TX=RX OR TX<>RX
DATA TO
MODULATOR
CIRCUIT
TX DATA
PLL
CIRCUIT
TX
FIFO
TX CLOCK
(TT)
CLOCK
VCXO
TRANSMIT
DATA
INTERFACE
DIRECT
DIGITAL
SNTHESIZER
CLOCK
VCXO
INTERNAL
CLOCK
(ST)
THIS CLOCK IS USED AS THE SYNCHRONIZATION
SOURCE FOR THE EQUIPMENT ATTACHED
TO THE MODEM
Figure 6-1. Tx Clock Modes
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BUFFER DISABLE CLOCK MODE
RX DATA
DATA FROM FEC
DECODER/DEFRAMER
RX
BUFFER
RX CLOCK
(RT)
RECEIVE
DATA
INTERFACE
DIRECT
DIGITAL
SNTHESIZER
CLOCK
VCXO
PLL
CIRCUIT
BUFFER ENABLE
TX=RX CLOCK MODE
RX DATA
RX CLOCK
(RT)
RECEIVE
DATA
INTERFACE
DATA FROM FEC
DECODER/DEFRAMER
RX
BUFFER
DATA TO
MODULATOR
CIRCUIT
TX CLOCK
(TT)
TRANSMIT
DATA
INTERFACE
TX
FIFO
PLL
CIRCUIT
CLOCK
VCXO
BUFFER ENABLE
TX<>RX CLOCK MODE
RX DATA
DATA FROM FEC
DECODER/DEFRAMER
RX
BUFFER
RX CLOCK
(RT)
TX CLOCK
(TT)
RECEIVE
DATA
INTERFACE
TRANSMIT
DATA
INTERFACE
DIRECT
DIGITAL
SNTHESIZER
CLOCK
VCXO
TX
FIFO
Figure 6-2. RX Clock Modes
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6.4 AUPC (AUTOMATIC UPLINK POWER CONTROL)
Automatic Uplink Power Control (AUPC) is a feature whereby a local modem is
permitted to adjust its own output power level in order to attempt to maintain the Eb/No
at the remote modem.
IMPORTANT
NOTICE
The user MUST obtain permission from the Satellite Operator to use this feature.
Improper use of this feature could result in a transmitting terminal seriously
exceeding its allocated flux density on the Operator’s satellite. This could produce
interference to other carriers, and could cause transponder saturation problems.
To accomplish this, the framed (EDMAC) mode of operation must be used. The remote
modem constantly sends back information about the demodulator Eb/No using reserved
bytes in the overhead structure. The local modem then compares this value of Eb/No with
a pre-defined target value. If the Remote Eb/No is below the target, the local modem will
increase its output power, and hence, a closed-loop feedback system is created over the
satellite link. A particularly attractive benefit of this feature is that whenever framed
operation is selected, the remote demodulator’s Eb/No can be viewed from the front
panel display of the local modem. Note also that AUPC can be used simultaneously with
EDMAC.
There are several important parameters associated with this mode of operation, and the
user needs to understand how the AUPC feature works, and the implications of setting
these parameters.
6.4.1 SETTING AUPC PARAMETERS
1.
The user, under the menu (CONFIG, FRAME) first ensures that Framed mode is selected.
EDMAC may be disabled, or the unit may be defined as an EDMAC Master or Slave. The
important consideration is that Framing should be enabled.
2.
The user should verify that the remote modem also has Framing enabled.
3.
The user, under the menu (CONFIG, TX, PWR) sets the nominal output power of the
modem. This is done by selecting the MANUAL mode, then editing the TX output power
level displayed.
4.
The user will then select AUPC as the operating mode. At this point the user will be
prompted to define four key parameters:
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6.4.1.1 TARGET EB/NO
This is value of Eb/No that the user desires to keep constant at the remote modem.
If the Eb/No exceeds this value, the AUPC control will reduce the TX output power, but
will never drop below the nominal value set.
If the Eb/No falls below this value, the AUPC control will increase the TX output power,
but will never exceed the value determined by the parameter MAX RANGE.
The minimum value the user can enter is 0.0 dB
The maximum value the user can enter is 9.9 dB
The default value is 3.0 dB
The resolution is 0.1 dB
6.4.1.2 MAX RANGE
This defines how much the modem is permitted to increase the output level, under AUPC
control.
The minimum value the user can enter is 0 dB
The maximum value the user can enter is 9 dB
The default value is 1 dB
The resolution is 1 dB
6.4.1.3 ALARM
This parameter defines how the user wants the modem to act if, under AUPC control, the
maximum power limit is reached.
The two choices are:
NONE (no action)
TX ALARM (generate a TX alarm)
The default setting is NONE.
6.4.1.4 DEMOD UNLOCK
This defines the action the modem will take if the remote demodulator loses lock.
The two choices are:
NOMINAL (reduce the TX Output Power to the nominal value)
MAXIMUM (increase the TX Output Power to the maximum value permitted by the
parameter MAX RANGE)
The default setting is NOMINAL.
Note:
If the local demod loses lock, the modem will automatically move its output power to the
nominal value.)
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6.4.2 COMPENSATION RATE
As with any closed-loop control system, the loop parameters must be chosen to ensure
stability at all times. Several features have been incorporated to ensure that the AUPC
system does overshoot, or oscillate.
First, the rate at which corrections to the output power can be made is fixed at once every
4 seconds. This takes into account the round trip delay over the satellite link, the time
taken for a power change to be reflected in the remote demodulator’s value of Eb/No, and
other processing delays in the modems.
Second, if the comparison of actual and target Eb/No yields a result that requires a
change in output power, the first correction made will be 80% of the calculated step. This
avoids the possibility of overshoot. Subsequent corrections are made until the difference
is less than 0.5 dB. At this point, the output power is only changed in increments of 0.1
dB, to avoid ‘hunting’ around the correct set point.
6.4.3 MONITORING
The remote demodulator’s value of Eb/No can be monitored at all times, either from the
front panel (MONIT, AUPC) or via the remote control interface. The resolution of the
reading is 0.2 dB. For all values greater than or equal to 16 dB, the value 16.0 dB will be
displayed. As long as framing is enabled, the value will still be available, even though
AUPC may be disabled.
Also displayed is the current value of TX power increase. If Framing is enabled, but
AUPC is disabled, this will indicate 0.0 dB. This value is also available via the remote
control interface.
Comtech EF Data strongly cautions against the use of large
values of permitted power level increase under AUPC
control. Users should consider using the absolute minimum
range necessary to improve rain-fade margin.
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Forward Error Correction Options
Viterbi
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7.1 INTRODUCTION
As standard, the CiM-550 Modem is equipped with two Forward Error Correction
Decoders, Viterbi and Sequential. The constraint lengths and encoding polynomials are
compatible with the vast majority of existing modems from other manufacturers, and
Comtech EF Data has performed compatibility testing to ensure inter-operability.
As an option, the CiM-550 may be fitted with two additional Forward Error Correction
(FEC) devices. The first is a concatenated Reed-Solomon Codec. This is always used in
conjunction with, rather than instead of, the main FEC method (Viterbi or Sequential).
The second option is Comtech EF Data’s Turbo Product Codec, which is an entirely
stand-alone method of FEC. These options are small daughter cards, and may be fitted at
the factory at the time of order, or may be added by the user at a later date.
7.2 VITERBI
The combination of convolutional coding and Viterbi decoding has become an almost
universal standard for satellite communications. The CiM-550 complies with the Intelsat
IESS 308/309 standards for Viterbi decoding with a constraint length of seven. This is a
de facto standard, even in a closed network environment, which means almost guaranteed
inter-operability with other manufacturer’s equipment. It provides very useful levels of
coding gain, and its short decoding delay and error-burst characteristics make it
particularly suitable for low data rate coded voice applications. It has a short constraint
length, fixed at 7, for all code rates. (The constraint length is defined as the number of
output symbols from the encoder which are affected by a single input bit.)
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A choice of coding rates (Rate 1/2, 3/4 or 7/8) allows the user to trade off coding gain for
bandwidth expansion. Rate 1/2 coding gives the best improvement in error rate, but
doubles the transmitted data rate, and hence doubles the occupied bandwidth of the
signal. Rate 7/8 coding, at the other extreme, provides the most modest improvement in
performance, but only expands the transmitted bandwidth by 14 %.
A major advantage of the Viterbi decoding method is that the performance is independent
of data rate, and does not display a pronounced threshold effect (ie, does not fail rapidly
below a certain value of Eb/No). This is not true of the Sequential decoding method, as
explained in the section below. Note that in BPSK mode, the CiM-550 only permits a
coding rate of 1/2. Because the method of convolutional coding used with Viterbi, the
encoder does not preserve the original data intact, and is called non-systematic.
Table 7-1. Viterbi Decoding Summary
For
Against
Good BER performance - very useful coding gain.
Higher coding gain possible with Sequential.
Almost universally used, with de facto standards for
constraint length and coding polynomials
Shortest decoding delay (~100 bits) of any FEC scheme
- good for coded voice.
Short constraint length produce small error bursts good for coded voice.
No pronounced threshold effect - fails gracefully.
Coding gain independent of data rate.
7.3 SEQUENTIAL
Although the method of convolutional coding and Sequential decoding appear to be very
similar to the Viterbi method, there are some fundamental differences. The convolutional
encoder is said to be systematic, it does not alter the input data, and the FEC overhead
bits are simply appended to the data. The constraint length, k, is much longer (Rate 1/2,
k=36. Rate 3/4, k= 63. Rate 7/8, k=87).
This means that when the decoding process fails (that is, when its capacity to correct
errors is exceeded) it produces a burst of errors which is in multiples of half the constraint
length. An error distribution is produced which is markedly different to that of a Viterbi
decoder. This gives rise to a pronounced threshold effect. A reduction in Eb/No of just a
few tenths of a dB can make the difference between acceptable BER and a complete loss
of synchronization. The decoding algorithm itself (called the Fano algorithm) uses
significantly more path memory (4 kbits in this case) than the equivalent Viterbi decoder,
giving rise to increased latency.
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A fixed computational clock is used to process input symbols, and to search backwards
and forwards in time to determine the correct decoding path. At lower data rates there are
sufficient number of computational cycles per input symbol to permit the decoding
process to perform optimally. However, as the data rate increases, there are fewer cycles
available, leading to a reduction in coding gain. This is clearly illustrated in the
performance curves which follow. For data rates above ~1 Mbps, Viterbi should be
considered the better alternative.
Table 7-2. Sequential Decoding Summary
FOR
AGAINST
Higher coding gain (1 -2 dB) at
lower data rates, compared to
Viterbi.
Pronounced threshold effect - does not
fail gracefully in poor Eb/No conditions.
Higher processing delay than Viterbi
(~4 k bits) - not good for low-rate coded
voice.
Coding gain varies with data rate - favors
lower data rates.
7.4 TURBO PRODUCT CODEC (OPTION)
Turbo coding is an FEC technique developed within the last few years, which delivers
significant performance improvements compared to more traditional techniques. Unlike
the popular method of concatenating a Reed-Solomon codec with a primary FEC codec,
Turbo Coding is an entirely stand-alone method. It does not require the complex
interleaving/de-interleaving of the RS approach, and consequently, decoding delays are
significantly reduced - see below.
Two general classes of Turbo Codes have been developed, Turbo Convolutional Codes
(TCC), and Turbo Product Codes (TPC, a block coding technique). TCC suffers from an
irreducible BER of approximately 1 x 10-7, and consequently, a Reed-Solomon codec
has to be added in order to achieve an acceptably low BER. For delay-sensitive
applications this may be unacceptable, and the implementation complexity of the TCC
approach is high. For these reasons Comtech EF Data has chosen to implement an FEC
codec based on TPC.
A Turbo Product Code is a 2 or 3 dimensional array of block codes. Encoding is
relatively straightforward, but decoding is a very complex process requiring multiple
iterations of processing for maximum performance to be achieved.
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When Comtech EF Data first introduced the Turbo Coding option in the CiM-550, only
Rate 3/4 QPSK was offered. This is an excellent choice for applications where maximum
bandwidth efficiency is desired, in combination with high coding gain. However, with
Firmware Version 1.15 (and later) Comtech EF Data has introduced two further code
rates - Rate 21/44 BPSK (very close to Rate 1/2) and Rate 5/16 BPSK (very close to Rate
1/3).
These two rates were developed to address an entirely different case, namely that of
transmission from very small antennas, with limited transmitter power. For a dish
antenna, the gain is directly proportional to its area, and the lower the gain, the less
directional the antenna becomes. Thus, in satellite transmission, even though the dish
may be perfectly pointed at the desired satellite, if the beamwidth is wide enough,
adjacent satellites in the orbital arc will also be illuminated. This is a potential source of
interference, and for this reason the ITU (International Telecommunications Union) place
strict limits on the power spectral density (also referred to as flux density) of signals
arriving at adjacent satellites.
One obvious method to reduce the level is to spread the transmitted signal over as wide a
bandwidth as possible. In the past, this has sometimes been achieved using a Spread
Spectrum modulation format, but this has severe penalties as far as demodulator
complexity is concerned. However, by using BPSK modulation, and high FEC code rates
(up to Rate 1/3, for example) the power spectral density may be reduced. Taking Rate 1/2
QPSK as a baseline, moving to Rate 5/16 BPSK Turbo Product Coding gives an
immediate reduction in power spectral density of 5.0 dB.
The increased coding gain of this FEC method allows a further reduction in transmitter
power. Using Rate 1/2 Viterbi with concatenated Reed-Solomon as a baseline example,
Rate 5/16 provides 1.5 - 2.0 dB improvement in coding gain. Putting these two factors
together yields an overall reduction in power spectral density of approximately 7.0 dB.
This simultaneously permits a smaller antenna, and reduced transmitter power. The
disadvantage is the increased spectral occupancy of the carrier, and it will depend on the
particular satellite operator to determine if this poses a severe economic problem.
When operating at these higher code rates (21/44 and 5/16), the demodulator is forced to
operate in a region where the Ebt/No (also referred to as Es/No) is negative - in other
words, there is more noise than signal. For this reason it is more difficult for the
demodulator to accurately measure the Eb/No, and so users may see more variation than
normal when viewing the Eb/No on the RX PARAMETERS screen, and when operating
near threshold. This is most pronounced in the case of Rate 5/16.
One unexpected advantage of the Turbo Product Coding method is that, unlike
concatenated Reed-Solomon methods, there is no pronounced threshold effect. The
demodulator and FEC codec can stay locked down to very low values of Eb/No, but at
this level the output BER becomes unusable (around 1 x 10-2).
In many cases, FEC methods which provide increased coding gain do so at the expense of
increased processing delay. However, with TPC, this increase in delay is very modest.
The table below shows, for the CiM-550, the processing delays for the major FEC types,
including the three TPC modes:
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End-to-end delay, ms
Viterbi, Rate 1/2
12
Sequential, Rate 1/2
74
Turbo Product Coding, Rate 3/4, QPSK
79
Turbo Product Coding, Rate 21/44,
BPSK
64
Turbo Product Coding, Rate 5/16,
BPSK
48
Note: In all cases, the delay is inversely proportional to data rate, so for 128 kbps, the delay
values would be half of those shown above.
It can be clearly seen that the concatenated Reed-Solomon cases increase the delay very
significantly (due mainly to interleaving/de-interleaving), while the TPC cases yield
delays which are less than or equal to Sequential decoding.
FOR
AGAINST
Exceptionally good BER performance - significant
improvement compared with every other FEC
method in use today
Nothing!
No pronounced threshold effect - fails gracefully
Exceptional bandwidth efficiency for Rate 3/4 QPSK
- 40% less than Viterbi and concatenated ReedSolomon
Coding gain independent of data rate (in this
implementation)
Low decoding delay
Easy field upgrade in CiM-550
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7.5 UNCODED OPERATION (NO FEC)
IMPORTANT
COMTECH EFDATA CANNOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR
INCORRECT OPERATION IF THE USER DOES NOT ADHERE TO
THESE GUIDELINES WHEN USING UNCODED OPERATION.
There are occasions where a user may wish to operate a satellite link with no forward
error correction of any kind. For this reason, the CiM-550 offers this uncoded mode for
all three modulation types - BPSK, QPSK and OQPSK. However, the user should be
aware of some of the implications of using this approach.
PSK demodulators have two inherent undesirable features. The first of these is known as
‘phase ambiguity’, and is due to the fact the demodulator does not have any absolute
phase reference, and in the process of carrier recovery, the demodulator can lock up in
any of K phase states, where K = 2 for BPSK, K = 4 for QPSK/OQPSK. Without the
ability to resolve these ambiguous states there would be a 1-in-2 chance that the data at
the output of the demodulator would be wrong, in the case of BPSK. For QPSK, the
probability would be 3 in 4.
The problem is solved in the case of BPSK by differentially encoding the data prior to
transmission, and then performing the inverse decoding process. This is a very simple
process, but has the disadvantage that it doubles the receive BER. For every bit error the
demodulator produces, the differential decoder produces two.
The problem for QPSK is more complex, as there are 4 possible lock states, leading to 4
ambiguities. When FEC is employed, the lock state of the FEC decoder can be used to
resolve two of the four ambiguities, and the remaining two can be resolved using serial
differential encoding/decoding. However, when no FEC is being used, another scheme
entirely must be used. Therefore, in QPSK, a parallel differential encoding/decoding
technique is used, but has the disadvantage that it again doubles the receive BER.
OQPSK is a different situation again, where the ambiguities result not only from not
having an absolute phase reference, but also not knowing which of the two parallel paths
in the demod, I or Q, contains the half-symbol delay. Another type of differential
encoding is used, but yet again the error rate is doubled, compared to ideal.
Note: Whenever uncoded operation is selected, the modem automatically uses the differential
encoder/decoder appropriate for the modulation type. It cannot be disabled.
The second problem inherent in PSK demodulators is that of ‘data false locking’.
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In order to accomplish the task of carrier recovery, the demodulator must use a non-linear
process. A second-order non-linearity is used for BPSK, and a fourth-order non-linearity
is used for QPSK. When data at a certain symbol rate is used to modulate the carrier, the
demodulator can lock at incorrect frequencies, spaced at intervals of one-quarter of the
symbol rate away from the carrier. Fortunately, when FEC decoding is used, the decoder
synchronization state can be used to verify the correct lock point has been achieved, and
to reject the false locks.
If uncoded operation is used, there is no way to recognize a data false lock. The
demodulator will indicate that it is correctly locked, but the data out will not be correct.
CAUTION
Comtech EF Data strongly cautions users when using uncoded
operation. If the acquisition sweep width exceeds one quarter of
the symbol rate, there is a very high probability that the
demodulator will false lock.
As an example, if 64 kbps QPSK, uncoded is used, the symbol rate will be half of this
rate, or 32 ksps. One quarter of this equals 8 kHz. Therefore, the absolute maximum
acquisition sweep range which should be considered is +/- 8 kHz. If there is any
frequency uncertainty on the incoming carrier, this should be subtracted from the sweep
width. The problem becomes progressively better with increasing symbol rate.
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Eb/No in dB
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1E-1
Uncoded BPSK/QPSK
1E-2
Viterbi
Decoding
Typical
Performance
1E-3
1E-4
1E-5
1E-6
Specification
limit, Rate 7/8
Coding
1E-7
1E-8
Specification
limit, Rate 3/4
Coding
Specification
limit Rate 1/2
Coding
1E-9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
BER
Figure 7-1. Viterbi Decoding
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Eb/No in dB
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1E-1
Uncoded BPSK/QPSK
Sequential
Decoding
64 kbps
1E-2
Typical
Performance
1E-3
1E-4
1E-5
1E-6
Specification
limit, Rate 7/8
Coding
1E-7
1E-8
Specification
limit Rate 1/2
Coding
1E-9
1
2
3
4
Specification
limit, Rate 3/4
Coding
5
6
7
8
BER
Figure 7-2. Sequential Decoding 64 kbps
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1E-1
Uncoded BPSK/QPSK
Sequential
Decoding
1024 kbps
1E-2
1E-3
Typical
Performance
1E-4
1E-5
1E-6
Specification
limit, Rate 7/8
Coding
1E-7
1E-8
Specification
limit Rate 1/2
Coding
1E-9
1
2
3
4
Specification
limit, Rate 3/4
Coding
5
6
7
8
BER
Figure 7-3. Sequential Decoding 1024 kbps
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1E-1
Uncoded BPSK/QPSK
Sequential
Decoding
2048 kbps
1E-2
1E-3
1E-4
1E-5
1E-6
Typical
performance,
Rate 7/8
Coding
1E-7
1E-8
Typical
performance,
Rate 3/4
Coding
Typical
performance,
Rate 1/2
Coding
1E-9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
BER
Figure 7-4. Sequential Decoding 2048 kbps
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
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12
1E-1
Comtech Turbo
Product Codec
Rate 3/4 QPSK
Rate 21/44 BPSK
Rate 5/16 BPSK
Uncoded BPSK/QPSK
1E-2
Specification
limit - Rate
21/44 BPSK
Specification
limit - Rate
3/4 QPSK
1E-3
Specification
limit - Rate
5/16 BPSK
1E-4
1E-5
1E-6
1E-7
Typical performance is
approximately 0.3 dB
better than shown
1E-8
1E-9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
BER
Figure 7-5. Comtech EF Data Turbo Product Codec
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7
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9
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1E-1
1E-2
Differential
Encoding No FEC
Uncoded BPSK/QPSK
1E-3
1E-4
1E-5
1E-6
1E-7
1E-8
1E-9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
BER
Figure 7-6. Differential Encoding No FEC
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Theory Of Operation
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M&C Connection
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Setup Summary
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8.1 THEORY OF OPERATION
As explained earlier, EDMAC is an acronym for Embedded Distant-end Monitor And
Control. This is a feature which permits the user to access the M&C features of modems
which are at the distant-end of a satellite link.
This is accomplished by adding extra information to the user’s data, but in a manner
which is completely transparent to the user.
8.1.1 ON THE TRANSMIT SIDE:
The data is split into frames - each frame containing 1008 bits (except Rate 21/44 BPSK
Turbo, where the frame length is 2928 bits, and Rate 5/16 BPSK Turbo where the frame
length is 3072 bits). 48 bits in each frame are overhead, and the rest of these bits are the
user’s data. This increases the rate of transmission by 5% (approximately 1.6% for the
Turbo BPSK cases). For example, if the user’s data rate is 64 kbps, the actual
transmission rate will now be at 67.2 kbps.
At the start of each frame a 12 bit synchronization word is added. This allows the
demodulator to find and lock to the start of frame. At regular intervals throughout the
frame, additional data bytes and flag bits are added (a further 36 bits in total). It is these
additional bytes which convey the M&C data.
When framing is used, the normal V.35 scrambler is no longer used. This V.35 approach
is called ‘self synchronizing’, because in the receiver, no external information is required
in order for the de-scrambling process to recover the original data. The disadvantage of
this method is that it multiplies errors. On average, if one bit error is present at the input
of the descrambler, 3 output errors are generated.
There is an alternative when the data is in a framed format. In this case, a different class
of scrambler may be used - one which uses the start of frame information to start the
scrambling process at an exact known state. In the receiver, having synchronized to the
frame, the de-scrambler can begin its processing at exactly the right time. This method
does not multiply errors, and therefore has a clear advantage over V.35 scrambling.
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Adding the extra 5% to the transmitted data rate, the effective Eb/No seen by the user
will degrade by a factor of 10log(1.05), or 0.21 dB (0.07dB in the case of the two BPSK
Turbo rates). The use of an externally synchronized scrambler and descrambler almost
exactly compensates for this degradation. The net effect is that the user will see
effectively identical BER performance whether framing is used or not.
8.1.2 ON THE RECEIVE SIDE
When the demodulator locks to the incoming carrier, it must go through the additional
step of searching for, and locking to the synchronization word. This uniquely identifies
the start of frame, and permits the extraction of the overhead bytes and flag bits at the
correct position within the frame. In addition, the start of frame permits the de-scrambler
to correctly recover the data. The user’s data is extracted, and sent through additional
processing, in the normal manner. The extracted overhead bytes are examined to
determine if they contain valid M&C bytes.
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8.2 M&C CONNECTION
Data to be transmitted to the distant-end is sent to a local unit via the remote control port.
A message for the distant-end is indistinguishable from a ‘local’ message - it has the
same structure and content, only the address will identify it as being for a distant-end
unit.
Before the M&C data can be successfully transmitted and received, pairs of units must
be split into EDMAC Masters and EDMAC Slaves. Masters are local to the M&C
Computer, and Slaves are distant-end.
Now, a unit which has been designated an EDMAC master not only responds to its own
unique bus address, but it will also be configured to listen for the address which
corresponds to its EDMAC Slave. When a complete message packet has be received by
the EDMAC Master, it will begin to transmit this packet over the satellite channel, using
the overhead bytes which become available.
Note:
The ‘normal’ protocol for the message packet is not used over the satellite path, as it is
subject to errors. For this reason, a much more robust protocol is used which
incorporates extensive error checking.
At the distant-end, the EDMAC slave, configured for the correct address, receives these
bytes, and when a complete packet has been received, it will take the action requested,
and then send the appropriate response to the EDMAC Master, using the return overhead
path on the satellite link. The EDMAC Master assembles the complete packet, and
transmits the response back to the M&C Computer.
Apart from the round-trip satellite delay, the M&C Computer does not see any difference
between local and distant-end units - it sends out a packet, addressed to a particular unit,
and gets back a response. It can be seen that the EDMAC Master simply acts as
forwarding service, in a manner which is completely transparent.
This approach does not require any additional cabling - connection is made using the
normal M&C remote port. Furthermore, the user does not have to worry about
configuring the baud rate of the M&C connection to match the lowest data rate modem in
the system. The M&C system can have mixed data-rate modems, from 2.4 kbps to 2048
kbps, and still run at speeds in excess of 19,200 baud. It should be pointed out that at 2.4
kbps, the effective throughput of the overhead channel is only 11 async
characters/second. For a message of 24 bytes, the time between sending a poll request
and receiving a response will be around 5 seconds.
Note:
When either of the BPSK Turbo rates are in use, the overhead rate is reduced by a factor
of three, and therefore the response time will be around 15 seconds.)
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8.3 SETUP SUMMARY
To access a distant-end unit:
Designate a Master/Slave pair - Master at the local-end, Slave at the distant-end.
On the local-end unit, enable framing, and EDMAC, define the unit as MASTER, then
enter the bus address of the SLAVE. This is constrained to be ‘base 10' meaning that only
addresses such as 10, 20, 30, 40 etc, are allowed.
Choose a unique bus address for the distant-end. This should normally be set to the ‘base
10' address + 1. For example, if the MASTER unit is set to 30, choose 31 for the distantend unit.
On the distant-end unit, enable framing, and EDMAC, define the unit as SLAVE, then
enter the bus address. The orange EDMAC Mode LED should be illuminated.
Set the local-end unit to RS485 remote control, and set the bus address of this local unit.
The orange Remote Mode LED should be illuminated.
Once the satellite link has been established, connect the M&C Computer, and begin
communications, with both the local and distant end units.
NOTE: EDMAC modes are fully compatible with AUPC modes.
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9.1 MEASURING EB/NO
Although the CiM-550 calculates and displays the value of receive Eb/No on the front
panel of the unit, it is sometimes useful to measure the value using a spectrum analyzer, if
one is available.
The idea is to accurately measure the value of (C+N)/N, (Carrier + Noise/Noise) and this
is accomplished by tuning the center frequency of the Spectrum analyzer to the signal of
interest, and measuring the difference between the peak spectral density of the signal (the
flat part of the spectrum shown) and the noise density. To make this measurement, use a
vertical scale of 1 or 2 dB/division, and use video filtering and/or video averaging to
reduce the variance in the displayed sweep to a low enough level that the difference can
be measured to within 0.2dB. Use this value of (C+N)/N in the table on the following
page to determine the Eb/No. You will need to know the operating mode to read from the
appropriate column.
In the diagram above, the (C+N)/N measured is 4.6 dB. If Rate 1/2 QPSK is being used,
this would correspond to an Eb/No of approximately 2.6 dB.
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Eb/No Uncoded
BPSK
Eb/No Rate 1/2
BPSK
Eb/No Uncoded
QPSK
Eb/No Rate 1/2
QPSK
Eb/No Rate 3/4
QPSK
Eb/No Rate 7/8
QPSK
3.0
3.5
4.0
4.5
5.0
5.5
6.0
6.5
7.0
7.5
8.0
8.5
9.0
9.5
10.0
10.5
11.0
11.5
12.0
12.5
13.0
13.5
14.0
14.5
15.0
15.5
16.0
16.5
17.0
17.5
18.0
0.0
0.9
1.8
2.6
3.3
4.1
4.7
5.4
6.0
6.6
7.3
7.8
8.4
9.0
9.5
10.1
10.6
11.2
11.7
12.2
12.8
13.3
13.8
14.3
14.9
15.4
15.9
16.4
16.9
17.4
17.9
3.0
3.9
4.8
5.6
6.3
7.1
7.7
8.4
9.0
9.6
10.3
10.8
11.4
12.0
12.5
13.1
13.6
14.2
14.7
15.2
15.8
16.3
16.8
17.3
17.9
18.4
18.9
19.4
19.9
20.4
20.9
0.3
1.1
1.7
2.4
3.0
3.6
4.3
4.8
5.4
6.0
6.5
7.1
7.6
8.2
8.7
9.2
9.8
10.3
10.8
11.3
11.9
12.4
12.9
13.4
13.9
14.4
14.9
0.0
0.9
1.8
2.6
3.3
4.1
4.7
5.4
6.0
6.6
7.3
7.8
8.4
9.0
9.5
10.1
10.6
11.2
11.7
12.2
12.8
13.3
13.8
14.3
14.9
15.4
15.9
16.4
16.9
17.4
17.9
0.0
0.8
1.5
2.3
2.9
3.6
4.2
4.8
5.5
6.0
6.6
7.2
7.7
8.3
8.8
9.4
9.9
10.4
11.0
11.5
12.0
12.5
13.1
13.6
14.1
14.6
15.1
15.6
16.1
0.1
0.8
1.6
2.2
2.9
3.5
4.1
4.8
5.3
5.9
6.5
7.0
7.6
8.1
8.7
9.2
9.7
10.3
10.8
11.3
11.8
12.4
12.9
13.4
13.9
14.4
14.9
15.4
1
OQPSK values are the same as QPSK.
2
In framed (EDMAC)modes, no RS, add 0.2 dB to the values of Eb/No shown
3
In RS modes, no EDMAC, add 0.4 dB to the values of Eb/No shown.
4
In RS modes with EDMAC, add 0.6 dB to the values of Eb/No shown
5
Consult Factory for information on Rate 21/44 and Rate 5/16 Turbo BPS
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Data Connector
111
Alarms Connector
112
Remote Control Connector
113
Auxiliary Serial Connector
113
100 - 240~
50/60 Hz
Console Port
25 Watts, 250 mA max
115 Volt operation - T1A fuses
230 Volt operation - T0.5A fuses
RS232
RS 422
(EIA 530)
Remote Control B
IP Interface
10/100 BaseT
V.35
COMTECH
EF DATA CORP
MADE IN THE USA
SN
Date
2001
Receive IF
Console Port
Data Interface
Alarms
Aux Serial
Remote Control A
Transmit IF
Figure 10-1. Rear Panel
10.1 DATA CONNECTOR - 25 PIN ‘D’ TYPE FEMALE
Table 10-1. Data Connector - 25 Pin ‘D’ Type Female
Pin
Generic Signal
Description
Direction
EIA-422/
EIA 530
V.35
EIA-232
Circuit
No
1
Shield
-
Shield
FG
AN
101
2
Transmit Data A
DTE to Modem
SD A
SD A
BA
103
3
Receive Data A
Modem to DTE
RD A
RD A
BB
104
7
Signal Ground
-
SG
SG
AB
102
8
Receiver Ready A
Modem to DTE
RR A
RLSD *
CF
109
9
Receive Clock B
Modem to DTE
RT B
SCR B
-
115
10
Receiver Ready B
Modem to DTE
RR B
-
-
109
11
Transmit Clock B
DTE to Modem
TT B
SCTE B
-
113
12
Internal Transmit Clock B
Modem to DTE
ST B
SCT B
-
114
14
Transmit Data B
DTE to Modem
SD B
SD B
-
103
15
Internal Transmit Clock A
Modem to DTE
ST A
SCT A
DB
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16
Receive Data B
Modem to DTE
RD B
RD B
-
104
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Generic Signal
Description
Direction
EIA-422/
EIA 530
V.35
EIA-232
Circuit
No
17
Receive Clock A
Modem to DTE
RT A
SCR A
DD
115
23
External Carrier Off
(EIA-232 ‘1' or TTL ‘low’ )
DTE to Modem
-
-
-
-
24
Transmit Clock A
DTE to Modem
TT A
SCTE A
DA
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Notes:
1
Receiver ready is an EIA-232-level control signal on a V.35 interface.
2
DO NOT connect signals to pins which are not shown - these pins are reserved for
use by the redundancy system.
3
‘B’ signal lines are not used for EIA-232 applications.
4
For X.21 operation, use the EIA-422 pins, but ignore Receive Clock if the Modem
is DTE, and ignore Transmit clocks if the Modem is DCE.
10.2 ALARMS CONNECTOR - 15 PIN ‘D’ TYPE MALE
Table 10-2. Alarms Connector - 15 Pin ‘D’ Type Male
Note:
Pin
Description
1
Ground
2
Receive AGC voltage
3
Receive Q sample (for constellation display)
4
Unit Fault Relay – Common
5
Unit Fault Relay – Normally Open
6
Transmit Traffic Relay - Normally Closed
7
Receive Traffic Relay - Common
8
Receive Traffic Relay - Normally Open
9
External Carrier Off input
10
---- No Connection ----
11
Receive I sample (for constellation display)
12
Unit Fault Relay – Normally Closed
13
Transmit Traffic Relay – Common
14
Transmit Traffic Relay - Normally Open
15
Receive Traffic Relay - Normally Closed
‘Normally Open’ refers to the NON-FAIL state
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10.3 REMOTE CONTROL CONNECTOR - 9 PIN ‘D’ TYPE MALE
Table 10-3. Remote Control Connector - 9 Pin ‘D’ Type Male
Pin
Description
1
Ground
2
EIA-232 Transmit Data (Out)
3
EIA-232 Receive Data
4
Reserved - do not connect to this pin
5
Ground
6
EIA-485 Receive Data B
(In)
7
EIA-485 Receive Data A
(In)
8
EIA-485 Transmit Data B (Out)
9
EIA-485 Transmit Data A (Out)
(In)
10.4 AUXILIARY SERIAL CONNECTOR – HE1402 3 PIN HEADER
Table 10-4. Auxiliary Serial Connector - He1402 3 Pin Header
Pin
Description
1
EIA-232 Transmit Data
2
Ground
3
EIA-232 Receive Data
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10.5 ASYNC-SERIAL CONSOLE
The Console Connector is a RJ11-6 modular jack located on the rear panel. The AsyncSerial Console interfaces the IP Telnet Configuration Port. This interface is a EIA-232
DCE interface.
Table 10-5. Async-Serial Console RJ11-6
Pin
Function
1
Ground
2
Rx
3
Tx
4
Ground
5
No used
6
Not used
10.6 ETHERNET INTERFACE CONNECTOR
The 10/100 BaseT Ethernet connector is a RJ45-8 modular jack located on the rear panel.
This interface is used for data traffic and M & C. This interface is a Network Interface
Card (NIC) pinout.
Table 10-6. Ethernet Interface RJ45-8
Pin
Function
1
Tx+
2
Tx-
3
Rx+
4
N/C
5
N/C
6
Rx-
7
N/C
8
N/C
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Overview
115
Main Menu Page
116
Administration Page
118
SMTP
127
SNMP
128
Interface Configuration Page
130
Receiver HDLC Addresses Page
134
Route Table Configuration Page
135
Protocol Configuration Page
142
Modem Parameters Page
148
Redundancy Configuration Page
158
Operations and Maintenance Page
161
11.1 OVERVIEW
This section defines the user menu system presented to a user connected to the CiM via a
Terminal Emulator or telnet. In the process of configuring each parameter, an overview
of the parameter and its impact on the configuration of the CiM is provided.
When connecting via a Terminal Emulator, the user should be physically attached to the
Console Port of the CiM. The terminal emulator should be configured to match the
console port setting . The default console port setting is 38,400 bps, 8 data bits, no parity,
1 stop bit and no flow control.
When connecting via telnet, the user should be physically attached to the Ethernet Port of
the CiM. The Ethernet Speed Mode is a configurable parameter of the CiM and thus its
exact setting can very between specific installations. The default setting allows the
Ethernet port to auto negotiate its link speed on power-up.
The CiM does not allow concurrent access to the menu via telnet and the console port. If
a user connects via telnet, CiM automatically disables the console port for the duration of
the telnet session.
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11.2 MAIN MENU PAGE
Menu pages are followed by a table listing the Menu Options/Fields, required Entry, and
Descriptions.
The Main Menu page has the following options/fields:
Menu Options/Fields
Entry
Description
Administration
A
The Administration menu provides a basic set of
standard admin functions to the CiM. When connected
via telnet, navigation to this menu will be restricted to
the admin user.
Interface Configuration
I
Allows the user to configure the Ethernet and Satellite
interfaces.
Route Table
R
Allows a user to define how the CIM will route packets
that it receives on its Ethernet and HDLC interfaces.
Protocol Configuration
P
The Protocol Settings option allows the user to
configure various protocols used by the CiM. These
protocols currently include ARP and IGMP.
Satellite Modem
Configuration
M
The Modem Parameters option displays a set of menus
that allow a user to configure and monitor the satellite
base modem.
Redundancy Configuration
E
The Redundancy Configuration option allows the user
configure a CiM to coordinate its operation with another
CiM to support a redundant link.
Operations and
Maintenance
O
The Operations & Maintenance Menu allows a user to
configure various options used to control and maintain
the system.
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Entry
Description
Save Parameters
S
This option allows a user to save the current
configuration of the CiM to permanent storage. This
configuration will be restored on each successive
power cycle of the CiM.
Exit
X
This option allows a user to exit the current menu and
return to its parent menu.
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11.2.1 ADMINISTRATION PAGE
The Administration page is activated from the Main Menu page.
Note: Access to the Administration page is restricted to the Admin user when connecting via
the telnet interface. The Administration page is available to all users when connected via the
Terminal Emulator (serial) connection.
The Administration page contains the following options/fields.
Menu Options/Fields
Entry
Description
Name/Password
Configuration
P
Activates Name/Password Configuration page. Allows
the user to define the user name and passwords that
are required in order to access the management
interfaces on the CiM.
Access Lists
A
Activates Access Lists page. Allows the user to restrict
access to the management interfaces on the CiM
based upon the requesters IP address.
Feature Configuration
F
Activates Feature Configuration page.
DES Configuration
D
The DES Configuration Page allows the user to
determine if DES encryption is enabled on a device
and if so, the DES keys that are used to decrypt traffic.
The keys specified for the transmit function of the CiM
are completely independent for the DES keys specified
for the receiver function.
SMTP Configuration
M
The SMTP configuration page allows the user to
specify appropriate settings for SMTP.
SNMP
N
The SNMP configuration page allows the user to
specify management parameters for SNMP.
Save Parameters
S
This option allows a user to save the current
configuration of the CiM to permanent storage. This
configuration will be restored on each successive
power cycle of the CiM.
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Exit
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Entry
X
Description
This option allows a user to exit the current menu and
return to its parent menu.
11.2.1.1 NAME/PASSWORD CONFIGURATION PAGE
The Name/Password Configuration page is activated from the Administration page.
This option allows an operator to define the passwords required to access the CiM via
telnet, HTML, FTP, SNMP, and TELNET.
Note: The SNMP Community string used to access the CiM is defined as the concatenation of
the username and password. For example, if the Admin User Name is “comtech” and the Admin
User Password is “donttell” then the SNMP Community string would be “comtechdonttell”.
The Name/Password Configuration Page contains the following options/fields:
Menu Options/Fields
Entry
Description
Admin User/Password
A
Enter the username and passwd with a space delimiter
Ex: <user> <passwd>
Enter NONE NONE to erase
The Admin user has access to all functionality in the
system.
Read/Write User/Password
W
Enter the username and passwd with a space delimiter
Ex: <user> <passwd>
Enter NONE NONE to erase
The Read/Write user has access permission to modify
all attributes in the system, except all of the menus
underneath the Administration menu.
Read Only User/Password
R
Enter the username and passwd with a space delimiter
Ex: <user> <passwd>
Enter NONE NONE to erase
The Read/Only user
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Entry
Description
Save Parameters
S
This option allows a user to save the current
configuration of the CiM to permanent storage. This
configuration will be restored on each successive
power cycle of the CiM.
Exit
X
This option allows a user to exit the current menu and
return to its parent menu.
11.2.1.2
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11.2.1.3 ACCESS LISTS PAGE
The Access Lists page is activated from the Administration page. This page allows the
operator to configure the CiM to limit monitor and control access to the unit from a
specified list of authorized clients.
Note:
If connecting to the CiM remotely, the IP address of the machine used to manage the
CiM should be included in the Access List.
The Access Lists page contains the following options/fields:
Menu Options/Fields
AccessClient1 - 4
Entry
Description
1-4
The Access Client list allows an operator to define which
remote clients can connect to a CiM when the Access List
Enforcement is enabled. Each entry allows an operator to
specify an IP Address and a subnet mask to define a unique
class of machines that are allowed access to the CiM.
For example, if an operator wanted to grant access to a PC
with an IP Address of 10.10.10.1 and any PC on a subnet of
192.168.10.xxx, then the Access List would be defined as:
AccessClient1 …[10.10.10.1/32]
AccessClient2….[192.168.10.0/24]
Access List
Enforcement
E
The Access List Enforcement allows an operator to grant
access to the CiM via ping, telnet, HTML, FTP, and SNMP
to a well-defined list of client machines.
Access List Enforcement toggles between [Enabled] and
[Disabled].If disabled, then any client machine will able to
connect to the CiM via ping, telnet, HTML, FTP, and SNMP.
If enabled, then only those machines specified in the Access
Client List will be allowed to connect to the CiM via ping, telnet,
HTML, and SNMP.
Save Parameters
S
This option allows a user to save the current configuration of
the CiM to permanent storage. This configuration will be
restored on each successive power cycle of the CiM.
Exit
X
This option allows a user to exit the current menu and return
to its parent menu.
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11.2.1.4 FEATURE CONFIGURATION PAGE
The Feature Configuration page is activated from the Administration page.
The Feature Configuration menu communicates to the user the current availability for
each of the features. If a feature is marked “Unavailable” and it has a letter, Transmit
DES Encryption for example, then the feature is a FAST feature. FAST features must be
purchased from Comtech EF Data. “Unavailable” features without a letter, Datagram
Compression for example, will be available in a follow-on release.
The Feature Configuration menu contains the following options/fields:
Menu Options/Fields
Entry
Description
Datagram Compression
Read
Only
Unavailable
Transmit DES Encryption
T
Toggles [Enabled] and [Disabled]
This feature must be purchased.
Enabled tells the CiM to encrypt packets being sent
over the Satellite Interface.
Disabled tells the CiM not to encrypt packets being
sent over the Satellite interface.
Receive DES Encryption
R
Toggles [Enabled] and [Disabled]
This feature must be purchased.
Enabled tells the CiM to decrypt packets being
received from the Satellite Interface.
Disabled tells the CiM not to decrypt packets received
from the Satellite Interface.
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IGMP
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Entry
I
Description
Toggles [Enabled] and [Disabled]
This feature must be purchased.
The receive portion of a CiM will utilize the CiM as an
IGMP server. The transmit portion of a CiM will utilize
the CiM as an IGMP client.
The IGMP Information Page configures the CiM to
report an interest to join a Multicast group on an IGMP
server. The IGMP protocol is used to regulate Multicast
traffic on a LAN segment to prevent information of no
interest from consuming bandwidth on the LAN.
Midas Operation
Read
Only
Enabled
NAPT
Read
Only
Unavailable
Quality of Service (QOS)
Q
Toggles [Enabled] and [Disabled].
This feature must be purchased.
Enabled tells the CiM to apply configured QOS
parameters on all packets going out the Satellite
Interface.
Disabled tells the CiM to not apply QOS restrictions
against outgoing packets.
Downlink Route All
Available Multicast
M
Toggles [Enabled] and [Disabled]
Enabled tells the CiM to route all Multicast packets
coming from the Satellite interface to the Ethernet LAN
regardless of the Route Table entries.
Disabled tells the CiM not to route all Multicast packets.
This mode will still route multicast packets if multicast
route exists in the Route Table.
Ping Reply
P
Toggles [Enabled] and [Disabled]
Enabled tells the CiM to respond to ping requests
directed to the CiM itself (Ethernet and Satellite
Interfaces).
Disabled tells the CiM not to respond to ping requests.
This is used as a security feature to discourage
unauthorized parities from determining if a CiM exists
via the ping utility.
SNMP
N
Toggles [Enabled] and [Disabled]
Enabled tells the CiM to respond to SNMP requests
against the CiM’s private MIB.
Disabled tells the CiM not to respond to SNMP
requests against the CiM’s private MIB.
Telnet
E
Toggles [Enabled] and [Disabled]
Enabled tells the CiM to provide access via telnet.
Disabled tells the CiM to not allow access via telnet.
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Menu Options/Fields
Entry
Description
TCP Acceleration
Read
Only
Unavailable
Header Compression
Read
Only
Unavailable
Unavailable
Easy Connect
Save Parameters
S
This option allows a user to save the current
configuration of the CiM to permanent storage. This
configuration will be restored on each successive
power cycle of the CiM.
Exit
X
This option allows a user to exit the current menu and
return to its parent menu.
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11.2.1.5 DES ENCRYPT CONFIGURATION PAGE
The DES Encrypt Configuration page is activated from the Administration page.
Note: This menu will only be accessible if the DES FAST feature has been purchased and the
license key has been entered through the modem front panel.
The DES Encrypt Configuration contains the following options/fields:
Menu Options/Fields
Entry
Description
DES Status
Read
Only
Displays status, [Available] or [Unavailable].
Available is displayed when the DES feature has been
installed.
Disable is displayed when the DES feature has not
been installed.
Transmit Encrypt Enabled
Read
Only
Displays feature status. This field is updates via the
Features Configuration menu.
If Transmit Encrypt is disabled, then all traffic
processed by the CiM will be transmitted in the clear
regardless of the DES encryption key specified in the
route table.
Receive Decrypt Enabled
Read
Only
Displays feature status. This field is updates via the
Features Configuration menu.
Transmit Key 1 -2
1, 2
These DES keys are used to encrypt traffic being sent
over the Satellite Interface.
Information processed by the CiM can be encrypted
using one of two well-defined system keys for data
transmitted by the CiM. The Set Key 1/Set Key 2 field
allows the user to specify the value of the key used to
encrypt packets that specify Key1/Key2 in the
QoS/DES table.
The key is entered in HEX (16 digits max)
Receive Key 1 - 2
3, 4
These DES keys are used to decrypt traffic being
received from the Satellite Interface.
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Entry
Description
The key is entered in HEX (16 digits max)
Save Parameters
S
This option allows a user to save the current
configuration of the CiM to permanent storage. This
configuration will be restored on each successive
power cycle of the CiM.
Exit
X
This option allows a user to exit the current menu and
return to its parent menu.
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11.2.1.6 SMTP
The SMTP Configuration page is activated from the Administration page.
The SMTP Configuration contains the following options/fields:
Menu Options/Fields
Entry
Description
SMTP Server IP Address
I
Not Defined
SMTP Domain
D
Set to the domain of the email server (usually found to
the right of the @ symbol in an email address).
SMTP Destination Name
N
Set the email recipient names (usually found to the left
of the @ symbol in an email address).
Save Parameters
S
This option allows a user to save the current
configuration of the CiM to permanent storage. This
configuration will be restored on each successive
power cycle of the CiM.
Exit
X
This option allows a user to exit the current menu and
return to its parent menu.
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11.2.1.7 SNMP
The SNMP Configuration page is activated from the Administration page.
The SNMP Configuration contains the following options/fields:
Menu Options/Fields
Entry
Description
SNMP Admin Get/Set
Community
Read
Only
GET and SET community string for Admin user. This
community string allows GET/SET operations to all
portions of the cimController and cim550 MIBs.
SNMP Read Write Get/Set
Community
Read
Only
GET and SET community string for Read Write user.
This community string allows GET/SET operations to
all portions of the cimController and cim550 MIBs,
except for the cimAdministration section in the
cimController MIB.
SNMP Read Only Get/Set
Community
Read
Only
GET and SET community string for Read Only user.
This community string allows GET operations in the
cim550 MIB only.
SNMP Trap Destination
T
IP address where all traps/notifications will be sent. If
a network management application is running in the
network, it should be configured to receive traps and its
IP address should be entered here.
SNMP Trap Community
C
Community string which will be set in the Community
field of all outgoing traps. This field on the trap PDU
may be checked by the network manager application to
determine if the trap came from a “trusted” agent.
SNMP trap Version
V
Determines whether a SNMPv1 trap or SMNPv2
notification is sent.
SNMP Enable
Authentication Trap
A
Determines whether a MIB2 authentication trap will be
sent when a PDU with an invalid community string is
encountered. A community string is invalid when it
does not match the Admin, the Read Write, or the
Read Only community strings.
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Entry
Description
SNMP Stats
N
Displays statistics concerning the operation of the
SNMP agent (number of IN SNMP packets, number of
OUT SNMP packets, number of OUT Traps, etc…)
Save Parameters
S
This option allows a user to save the current
configuration of the CiM to permanent storage. This
configuration will be restored on each successive
power cycle of the CiM.
Exit
X
This option allows a user to exit the current menu and
return to its parent menu.
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11.2.2 INTERFACE CONFIGURATION PAGE
The Interface Configuration page is activated from the Main Menu page.
The Interface Configuration page contains the following options/fields:
Menu Options/Fields
Entry
Description
Ethernet Interface (fei0)
E
Activates Fast Ethernet page.
Satellite/HDLC Interface
(hdl1)
H
Activates Satellite/HDLC Interface page.
Save Parameters
S
This option allows a user to save the current
configuration of the CiM to permanent storage. This
configuration will be restored on each successive
power cycle of the CiM.
Exit
X
This option allows a user to exit the current menu and
return to its parent menu.
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11.2.2.1 FAST ETHERNET INTERFACE (FEI0) PAGE
The Fast Ethernet Interface page is activated from the Interface Configuration page.
The Fast Ethernet Interface page contains the following options/fields:
Menu Options/Fields
Entry
Description
MAC Address
Read
Only
The MAC Address defines the hardware destination MAC
Address that is used when an Ethernet packet is destined
for the CiM Ethernet Interface. This address is unique and
has been assigned permanently at the factory.
Speed/Mode
E
The Ethernet Speed Mode is a configurable parameter of
the CiM and thus its exact setting can very between
specific installations. The default setting allows the
Ethernet port to auto negotiate its link speed on power-up.
Selections are:
1 -- Auto
2 -- 10 MB/sec Half Duplex
3 -- 100 MB/sec Half Duplex
4 -- 10 MB/sec Full Duplex
5 -- 100 MB/sec Full Duplex
IP Address
I
This is the IP Address assigned the CiM Ethernet
Interface.
Enter the ip address in aaa.bbb.ccc.ddd format
Subnet Prefix Length
M
Specifies the Subnet Mask assigned to the Ethernet
Interface of the CiM.
Enter the subnet mask prefix length (8..30)
Save Parameters
S
This option allows a user to save the current configuration
of the CiM to permanent storage. This configuration will be
restored on each successive power cycle of the CiM.
Exit
X
This option allows a user to exit the current menu and
return to its parent menu.
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11.2.2.2 SATELLITE/HDLC INTERFACE (HDL1) PAGE
The Satellite/HDLC Interface (hdl1) page is activated from the Interface Configuration
page.
The Satellite/HDLC Interface page contains the following options/fields:
Menu Options/Fields
Entry
Description
IP Address
I
Specifies the IP Address assigned to the Satellite
Interface of the CiM.
The only requirement of the Satellite IP Address is that
it not be on the same subnet as the Ethernet Interface
and that it is on the same subnet as the IP address
assigned to the Satellite interface of the CiM on the
other side of the Satellite link.
Since the only devices communicating on the HDLC
link are a other CiMs, the Satellite IP address can
usually be an arbitrary address assigned to many
different systems. However, because of the possibility
of conflict with an assigned Ethernet IP Address or the
IP Address of a defined route, the user can select this
value.
If a PC is attached to the subnet of the Ethernet
Interface of the CiM, then that PC will be able to ping
CiM via its Satellite IP address if the following
command is executed from a DOS prompt on that PC.
Route add <Satellite_IP_Address> mask
255.255.255.255 <Ethernet_MAC_Address>
where the Satellite_IP_Address and Ethernet MAC
Address refer to the respective settings of the CiM.
Enter the ip address in aaa.bbb.ccc.ddd format
Subnet Mask
M
Specifies the Subnet Mask assigned to the Satellite
Interface of the CiM.
Enter the subnet mask prefix length (8..30)
RX – Enable/Disable
R
Toggles [Enabled] and [Disabled]
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Entry
Description
Enabled tells the CiM to receive and process packets
from the Satellite Interface.
Disabled tells the CiM to discard and not process
packets from the Satellite Interface.
Note: This comment does not disable the modem.
TX – Enable/Disable
N
Toggles [Enabled] and [Disabled]
Enabled tells the CiM to allow routing of packets from
its Ethernet interface to its Satellite interface.
Disabled tells the CiM to not allow routing of packets
from its Ethernet interface to its Satellite interface.
Note: This comment does not disable the modem.
Receive HDLC Channel
Addresses
H
Activates Receiver HDLC Addresses page.
Save Parameters
S
This option allows a user to save the current
configuration of the CiM to permanent storage. This
configuration will be restored on each successive
power cycle of the CiM.
Exit
X
This option allows a user to exit the current menu and
return to its parent menu.
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11.2.2.3 RECEIVER HDLC ADDRESSES PAGE
The Receiver HDLC Addresses page is activated from the Satellite/HDLC Interface page.
This page allows the user to define up to four HDLC addresses that can carry user
information on the Satellite Interface.
The Satellite/HDLC Interface page contains the following options/fields:
Menu Options/Fields
Entry
Description
HDLC Addr 1 - 4
1-4
HDLC address in hex <1 - FFFE, enter = 0001>
Delete HDLC Addr
D
Enter the HDLC entry to delete <1..4>
Save Parameters
S
This option allows a user to save the current
configuration of the CiM to permanent storage. This
configuration will be restored on each successive
power cycle of the CiM.
Exit
X
This option allows a user to exit the current menu and
return to its parent menu.
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11.2.3 ROUTE TABLE CONFIGURATION PAGE
The Route Table Configuration page is activated from the Main Menu page.
The Route Table Configuration page contains the following options/fields:
Menu Options/Fields
Route001-Route008
(The 8 currently
displayed routes)
Entry
1-8
Description
The Route Table allows a user to define how the packets
that the CiM receives are routed. Defining an entry in this
table is similar to the using the 'route add' command of
machines that support that command. For each route, the
user must define
1. A name assigned by the user to reference the
route. The assigned name can not contain any
whitespace and must be unique.
2. The destination address of an IP packet of
interest.
The number of network addresses that are governed
by the selected destination entry i.e. subnet mask.
The Next Hop IP address. This is the IP where the
packet will be routed to for further processing. The
Next Hop IP Address must be on the same subnet as
either the Ethernet or Satellite interfaces.
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Entry
Description
Optionally: If the user enters a multicast address
(224.0.0.0-239.255.255.255) as the destination IP
address, then the following parameters will be
requested:
Route MultiCast packets from Ethernet to Satellite?
[y/n]
The option allows the user to specify if multicast
packets that match the provided IP address will be
routed from the Ethernet to Satellite. “No” means that
the packets will be discarded.
Route MultiCast packets from Satellite to Ethernet?
[y/n]
The option allows the user to specify if multicast
packets that match the provided IP address will be
routed from the Satellite to Ethernet. “No” means that
the packets will be discarded.
Multicast Routes always have a subnet length of 32
and the next hop is 0.0.0.0 because it is not applicable.
Note: The CiM does allow the specification of one and
only one default route. Destination IP =
0.0.0.0 Subnet Length = 0 Next Hop IP =
<some next hop address>
This will cause all packets which do not match
any other route to be sent to the Next Hop IP
for further processing.
Base
B
The Route Table menu allows the user to view up to 8
different routes per screen. To allow editing on any of the
1024 entries that can be defined, the user can select a
base address to control which 8 routes are displayed. For
example, if the user wants to edit Routes 32-40, then a
Base value of 32 should be defined.
Delete Route
D
Route Name to delete
Display All
P
Displays all of the routes that are currently defined in the
system. This will include automatically generated routes
which are provided to simplify provisioning of the system.
The information displayed is: Route Name,
DestIP/SnetBits, Next Hop, and Flags
QoS/DES
Q
Activates QoS/DES page.
Downlink Mcast
Read
Only
Read only status of Downlink Multicast (Enabled or
Disabled).
Save Parameters
S
This option allows a user to save the current configuration
of the CiM to permanent storage. This configuration will be
restored on each successive power cycle of the CiM.
Exit
X
This option allows a user to exit the current menu and
return to its parent menu.
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11.2.3.1 QOS (QUALITY OF SERVICE)/DES (ENCRYPTION) PAGE
The QoS/DES page is activated from the Route Table Configuration page. The QoS
Configuration/DES Key Selection Page allows the user to define rules on how traffic over
the Satellite Interface is processed by the CiM. All routes are presented to the user in the
form of a table. Each record (which defines a unique route) in the table allows for the
defining of the route properties.
Note:
QOS and DES features can only be updated if the QOS and/or DES FAST features have
been purchased from Comtech EF Data and the appropriate license key has been
entered at the front panel.
The QoS Configuration/DES Key Selection page contains the following options/fields:
Menu Options/Fields
Entry
Description
Route Name
#
This read-only field reflects the unique name assigned
by the user to a route in the Route Table Configuration
page.
Min Bandwidth
#
The Min bandwidth field establishes a guaranteed
minimum data rate that a route will be allowed to
support before the CiM starts to silently discard traffic.
A value of 0 implies that a route is not guaranteed any
bandwidth and it is acceptable to drop 100% of the
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Entry
Description
packets for a route because of a lack in carrier
bandwidth. The Min Bandwidth is entered in multiples
of 8 Kbps.
Max Bandwidth
#
The Max bandwidth field establishes a hard maximum
traffic rate that can be processed by the CiM before it
starts to silently discard traffic. A value of 0 for this field
implies that no maximum limit is assigned to a route.
This value is entered in multiples of 8 Kbps.
Priority
#
Priority allows the user to specify a specific route to be
prioritized as either Priority 1 or Priority 2. Priority 1
was intended to be used when the route is servicing
traffic that requires as much latency and jitter
suppression as possible, for example RTP (voice)
traffic. All other traffic should be given Priority 2, to
ensure that mission critical traffic using Priority 1 will
have no performance degradation. Default value for
Prioity is 1.
NOTES on QoS and QoS Prioritization:
On input of Min B/W per route, please ensure SUM of
Min B/Ws do not exceed total modem Transmit
bandwidth. This is not automatically checked by CLI.
When a Min B/W is specified for any Priority 1 or
Priority 2 Route, All Priority 1 Max B/Ws are
automatically calculated and filled in based on the
following explanation:
The CLI sums all routes’ Min B/W (MINSUM) and then
calculates Excess Bandwidth = Total Modem Tx
Bandwidth - MINSUM
The Excess Bandwidth is then equally distributed
across the number of Priority 1 streams. That means
the Max B/W per Priority 1 stream is automatically filled
in as that specific route’s MIN plus the divided up
Excess Bandwidth.
This is done for two reasons:
If a Priority 1 route does not have a Max B/W limit, it
will take all excess bandwidth, starving any Priority 2
from its guaranteed MIN B/W. This ensures Priority 2
MIN B/W settings are honored.
To calculate for the administrator -- given all configured
Min B/Ws, total bandwidth of modem, and equally
distributed excess bandwidth across all Priority 1
routes -- what the Max B/W would be for each Priority 1
specific route.
Please note that when no MINs are specified the MAXs
are left at zero, meaning QoS is handled on a pure
priority basis.
Max/Min B/W settings are given in 1024 blocks. To
calculate the actual B/W setting simply multiple the
number shown by 1024. Alternatively note, that Tx
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Entry
Description
Modem Data Rate is given in true 1K blocks (56K is
truly 56Kbps).
DES Key
#
The DES Key field allows the user to specify which
DES Key should be selected for a route.
This parameter will assume one of (3) values:
1. Clear
2. Key1
3. Key2
4. Random
The value of CLEAR will force the CiM to not encrypt
any traffic destined for the satellite.
The value of Key1 will use the key specified in the Des
Encrypt Configuration Page/Transmit Key 1 menu
option to encrypt traffic destined for the satellite.
The value of Key2 will use the key specified in the Des
Encrypt Configuration Page/Transmit Key 2 menu
option to encrypt all traffic processed by the CiM.
The value of Random will cause the CiM to randomly
use either Key1 or Key2 to encrypt all traffic destined
for the satellite.
Base
B
The QoS/DES menu allows the user to view up to 8
different routes per screen. To allow editing on any of
the 1024 entries that can be defined, the user can
select a base address to control which 8 routes are
displayed. For example, if the user wants to edit
Routes 32-40, then a Base value of 32 should be
defined.
Save Parameters
S
This option allows a user to save the current
configuration of the CiM to permanent storage. This
configuration will be restored on each successive
power cycle of the CiM.
Exit
X
This option allows a user to exit the current menu and
return to its parent menu.
Note: If a user sets both the guaranteed and maximum bandwidths assigned to a route to 0,
then packets will be randomly dropped for that route only when the resources of the carrier are
being over-utilized.
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11.2.3.1.1 Example Implementations using QoS and QoS Prioritization
The combination of MIN and MAX Bandwidth QoS combined with QoS Prioity allows
for multiple levels of QoS implementation. We recommend that QoS is configured using
one of the following formats:
PRIORITY with MAX BW – All routes are configured with the default value of 0 for
MIN and can have a MAX BW defined to limit the amount of BW used by a route.
Routes are designated as Priority 1 or 2.
Note:
This is would be used when wanting to prevent the Priority 1 traffic from using all of the
BW. Priority 2 traffic could also be limited to a maximum BW usage.
MIN/MAX BW Only – All routes are designated as Priority 1 default. Routes are
configured with defined values of MIN BW. The MIN BW determines by the amount of
BW that you want to dedicate to a route. The MAX is automaticaly calculated by the
CiM based upon the formula listed in section 11.2.3.1 NOTES on QoS and QoS
Prioritization: Step 2.
Note: This would be used for all traffic to be forwarded on a “first come, first served “ basis, using
strict BW quaruantees and limits.
MIN/MAX with Priority – Routes are designated as Priority 1 or 2. MIN BW’s are
defined for each route and MAX BW’s are calculated by the CiM based upon the formula
listed in NOTES on QoS and QoS Prioritization: Step 2.
Note: This is similar to PRIORITY with MAX BW with the additional capability of varying MIN
BW’s for routes. This should only be used when there are different MIN BW requirements
for routes within the same Priority.
Here is a screen capture of the CiM CLI using the MIN/MAX with Priority format to
configure QoS for various traffic routes. The CiM modem data rate is 2048 kbps for this
example :
Configuring Qos/DES (per route basis)
Route Name
Min B/W
Max B/W
Priority
DES Key
Route001....[Vidconf
512
512
1
Clear ].........1
Route002....[VoIP
384
384
1
Clear ].........2
Route003....[Internet
768
768
2
Clear ].........3
Route004....[FTP
512
1024
2
Clear ].........4
Route005....[SMTP
0
0
2
Clear ].........5
Route006....[UNKNOWN].........................................................6
Route007....[UNKNOWN].........................................................7
Route008....[UNKNOWN].........................................................8
Base........[1]...............................................................B
Global QoS..[Enabled]
Save Parameters to permanent storage..........................................S
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Exit..........................................................................X
Route 1 (Vidconf) and Route 2 (VoIP) traffic require that the packets are forwarded with
the least amount of latency, so they are designated as Priority 1. Route 1 has a Min B/W
of 512 kbps to insure that amount of B/W will always be available for the video traffic.
Route 2 is set up similarly with a Min B/W of 384 kbps for VoIP traffic.
Note:
Setting a Min B/W for a route does not mean that that B/W is only available for that
particular route 100% of the time. If less than the Min B/W is being used for a route, the
CiM will allow other traffic to use the B/W; so maximum BW usage is always achieved. A
Min B/W is set to make that amount of B/W available whenever needed for that route.
Route 3 (Internet) is designated as Priority 2 since it does not have the stricter latency
requirements of video or VoIP. Although it is Priority 2, there is a Min and Max B/W of
768 kbps that will assure that at least (but never more than) 768 kbps will be made
available for Internet access.
Route 4 (FTP) is set up similar to Route 3 and it will have at least 512 kbps but never
more than 1024 kbps available for FTP.
Route 5 (SMTP) is Priority 2 with no Min or Max B/W settings because it is low priority,
non-latency sensitive traffic. Since all of the 2048 kbps of the modem is assigned to the
other routes Min B/W’s, the SMTP will only have BW when at least one of the other
routes is not utilizing all of it’s Min B/W.
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11.2.4 PROTOCOL CONFIGURATION PAGE
The Protocol Configuration page is activated from the Main Menu page.
The Protocol Configuration page contains the following options/fields:
Menu Options/Fields
Entry
Description
IGMP
I
Activates IGMP page.
ARP
A
Activates ARP Table Utilities page.
Save Parameters
S
This option allows a user to save the current
configuration of the CiM to permanent storage. This
configuration will be restored on each successive
power cycle of the CiM.
Exit
X
This option allows a user to exit the current menu and
return to its parent menu.
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11.2.4.1 IGMP INFORMATION PAGE
The page IGMP information page is activated from the Protocol Configuration page.
The IGMP Information page allows a user to view the IGMP clients that are actively
listening to content being provided by the CiM. It also allows the user to determine how
the Ethernet Interface is configured either to receive requests to join IGMP groups or
announce groups for others to join.
The IGMP Information page contains the following options/fields:
Menu Options/Fields
Entry
Description
IGMP
Read
Only
Read only showing IGMP status (Enabled or Disabled).
View IGMP Table
V
This table reports the content that clients have
subscribed to the CiM using the IGMP protocol. This
allows an operator to determine which services are
being used and the minimum time before a service will
be terminated.
CiM as Server:
IGMP query period
Q
The IGMP protocol requests that a server periodically
publish to users on the LAN the Multicast IP Addresses
that it can service. The IGMP query period defines the
time interval (in seconds) between each of these
queries for membership.
CiM as Server:
IGMP max. response time
R
The IGMP max response time defines the time interval
(in seconds) that the CiM should wait before it
assumes that no parties are interested in the content
published via an IGMP query. This option is expressed
seconds, and the max response time that is accepted
by the CiM is 25 seconds.
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Entry
Description
CiM as Server:
Number of missed
responses before leaving
IGMP group
M
Defines the number of membership queries that go
unanswered from LAN clients before the Ehternet
Interface will no longer forward data for that IGMP
group.
Consider a CiM that has the IGMP query period set to
60 seconds and the number of missed responses set
to 3. If a client joins an IGMP group, then the service to
that group will not be discontinued until no clients
respond to a query from the CiM for a period of 60*3 =
180 seconds.
CiM as Client:
Recognized IGMP queries
C
The Recognize IGMP Queries parameters determines
if the CiM should respond to periodic queries from an
IGMP server that publishes a request to join a specified
multicast group. This parameter can assume one of (2)
values:
1. Yes
2. No
If set to YES, the CiM will respond to an IGMP query
by requesting to join a Multicast Group published by
the server that is defined in the CiM’s route table.
If set to NO, the CiM will not respond to IGMP queries
from a server. In this type of configuration, the CiM
may be configured to unconditionally request to join an
IGMP group at an interval specified by the “Unsolicited
Report Interval” option in the Transmitter IGMP Client
Configuration Page.
CiM as Client:
IGMP Version used for
Unsolicited Reports
U
This parameter defines which version of the IGMP
protocol should be followed when attempting to join a
group on a Multicast Server via an unsolicited report.
When the CiM is configured to Recognize IGMP
Queries, the CiM will respond to a query in the same
version that the server used to initiate the query.
This parameter will assume one of (2) values:
1. V1
2. V2
The value of V1 will configure the CiM to use the IGMP
Version 1 protocol to join a Multicast Group available
on an IGMP Server in response to an IGMP Query.
The value of V2 will configure the CiM to use the IGMP
Version 2 protocol to join a Multicast Group available
on an IGMP Server in response to an IGMP Query.
The user can toggle the value of the IGMP Version
used for Unsolicited Reports from ‘V1’ and ‘V2’ with
each selection.
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Entry
Description
CiM as Client:
Force Cisco Router Alert
Option sending V1 reports
A
Some Cisco Routers may require the definition of a
Router Alert Option to recognize a report from a Client
to join a Multicast group. The IP Router Alert Option is
defined in RFC2113 and was introduced by Cisco.
While this option is not part of the IGMP standard, most
IGMP V2 implementations contain this option.
However, most implementations of IGMP V1 do not
contain this option. This parameter is defined to
prevent possible conflicts in networks in which a Cisco
Router is configured as an IGMP V1 server.
This parameter can assume one of the following (2)
values:
1. YES
2. NO
If set to YES, the CiM will generate IGMP reports to
join Multicast groups as specifically required by some
Cisco Router configurations.
If set to NO, the CiM will generate IGMP reports to join
Multicast groups as defined an implemented by most
IGMP servers.
CiM as Client:
Unsolicited Report Interval,
sec
I
The Unsolicited Report Interval configures the CiM to
generate unsolicited reports to join a Multicast Group at
specified time intervals. Each unsolicited report to join
a Multicast group will use the version of the IGMP
protocol as specified by the IGMP Version used for
Unsolicited Reports option.
The value of the Unsolicited Report Interval specifies
the number of seconds between unsolicited reports. A
value of zero implies that no unsolicited reports to join
a Multicast group should be generated by the CiM.
Save Parameters
S
This option allows a user to save the current
configuration of the CiM to permanent storage. This
configuration will be restored on each successive
power cycle of the CiM.
Exit
X
This option allows a user to exit the current menu and
return to its parent menu.
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11.2.4.2 ARP TABLE UTILITIES PAGE
The ARP Table Utilities page is activated from the Protocol page.
The ARP Table Utilities page allows the user to view and edit the ARP table defined by
the CiM. It allows up to 1024 static ARP entries. The Static ARP entries provided by the
CiM fall into two categories: IP->MAC and IP->HDLC.
Note For the CiM to properly route packets over the Satellite Interface, all of the Next Hop
Addresses in the route table MUST have an IP to HDLC mapping in the ARP table. If the
destination IP address of an incoming packets matches a route in the route table that does not
have an IP to HDLC mapping, it will be silently discarded.
The ARP Table Utilities page contains the following options/fields:
Menu Options/Fields
Entry001 - 008
Entry
1-8
Description
The user can define up to 1024 static ARP definitions
on the CiM. This table allows the user to operate/view
up to 8 of these definitions. An ARP definition is
defined as:
1. A Unicast IP Address
This IP Address is used as a lookup into the ARP table
when the CiM needs to resolve a MAC or HDLC
Address
Restrictions:
IP Address must be on the same subnet as the
Ethernet or Satellite Interfaces.
IP Address must not map to multiple HDLC or MAC
addresses.
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Entry
Description
IP Address must be a valid Unicast address (Not
Multicast, broadcast, etc.)
2. A MAC Address
The MAC Address defines the hardware destination
MAC Address that is used when an Ethernet packet
destined for an IP machine from the CiM.
OR
A HLDC Address
The HDLC Address defines the hardware
destination HDLC Address that is used when a
packet destined for a CiM modem over the Satellite
Interface.
Add IP to MAC ARP entry
M
Adds a IP to MAC ARP entry.
Add IP to HDLC ARP entry
H
Adds a IP to HDLC ARP entry.
Delete ARP Entry
D
Allows the user to delete a Static ARP entry. Queries
the user for the IP address of the ARP entry to delete.
Display ARP Tbl
A
Displays the entire IP to MAC ARP table. Includes the
Static as well as dynamic ARP entries.
Flush ARP Table
F
This option allows the entire ARP table to be removed.
This is equivalent to performing the standard UNIX
command “arp –d” on each address reported in an “arp
–a” command. The command only flushes the dynamic
ARP entries. The static ARP entries will not be
removed.
Base
B
The ARP Table menu allows the user to view up to 8
different ARP definitions per screen. To allow editing
on any of the 256 entries that can be defined, the user
can select a base address to control which 8 routes are
displayed. For example, if the user wants to edit static
ARP Entries 32-40, then a Base value of 32 should be
defined.
Save Parameters
S
This option allows a user to save the current
configuration of the CiM to permanent storage. This
configuration will be restored on each successive
power cycle of the CiM.
Exit
X
This option allows a user to exit the current menu and
return to its parent menu.
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11.2.5 MODEM PARAMETERS PAGE
The Modem Parameters page is activated by selecting Satellite Modem Configuration
from the Main Menu page.
Note: Refer to CDM-550 user manual for detailed explanation of all parameters and settings
listed in this menu and sub-menus. This section provides the valid selections available for each
menu item.
The Modem Parameters page contains the following options/fields:
Menu Options/Fields
Entry
Description
Modem Type
Read
Only
Modem type.
Transmit Modem
Configuration
T
Activates Transmit Modem Configuration page.
Receive Modem
Configuration
R
Activates Receive Modem Configuration page.
AUPC
P
Activates AUPC page.
Miscellaneous
M
Activates Miscellaneous Settings page.
Alarm Masks
A
Activates Alarm Masks Modem Configuration page.
Utilities
U
Activates Utilities page.
Events and Statistics
E
Activates Modem Events and Statistics page.
Save Parameters
S
This option allows a user to save the current
configuration of the CiM to permanent storage. This
configuration will be restored on each successive
power cycle of the CiM.
Exit
X
This option allows a user to exit the current menu and
return to its parent menu.
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11.2.5.1 TRANSMIT MODEM CONFIGURATION PAGE
The Transmit Modem Configuration page is activated from the Modem Parameters page.
The Transmit Modem Configuration page contains the following options/fields:
Menu Options/Fields
Entry
Description
Transmit Frequency
Q
Valid ranges are from 52.0000 to 88.0000 MHz
Transmit Data Rate
D
The rate at which the Modem will send traffic over the
Satellite Interface.
Valid ranges are from 2.4000 to 2048.0000
Encoder Type
T
Encoder Rate
R
Modulation Type
M
Spectrum
U
Scrambler
B
Tx Output Power
(minus sign assumed)
P
1 - NONE
2 - VIT
3 - TURBO_3/4_Q
4 - TURBO_B21/44
5 - TURBO_B5/16
6 - TURBO_3/4_OQ
1 - 1/2
2 - 3/4
3 - 7/8
4 - 21/44
5 - 5/16
1 - BPSK
2 - QPSK
3 - OQPSK
1 - NRM
2 - INV
1 - OFF
2 - ON
Valid ranges are from
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Entry
Description
Carrier
C
1 - OFF
2 - ON
3 - RTI
Save Parameters
S
This option allows a user to save the current
configuration of the CiM to permanent storage. This
configuration will be restored on each successive
power cycle of the CiM.
Exit
X
This option allows a user to exit the current menu and
return to its parent menu.
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11.2.5.2 RECEIVE MODEM CONFIGURATION PAGE
The Receive Modem Configuration page is activated from the Modem Parameters page.
The Receive Modem Configuration Page contains the following options/fields:
Menu Options/Fields
Entry
Description
Receiver Frequency
Q
Valid ranges are from 52.0000 to 88.0000 MHz.
Receive Data Rate
D
Valid ranges are from 2.4000 to 2048.0000 kbps.
Decoder Type
T
Decoder Rate
R
Modulation Type
M
Spectrum
U
De-scrambler
B
Sweep Width
W
Valid ranges are from 1 to 30 kHz.
Eb/No Alarm Point
P
Valid ranges are from 0.1 to 16.0
Save Parameters
S
This option allows a user to save the current
configuration of the CiM to permanent storage. This
1 - NONE
2 - VIT
3 - TURBO_3/4_Q
4 - TURBO_B21/44
5 - TURBO_B5/16
6 - TURBO_3/4_OQ
1 - 1/2
2 - 3/4
3 - 7/8
4 - 21/44
5 - 5/16
1 - BPSK
2 - QPSK
3 - OQPSK
1 - NRM
2 - INV
1 - OFF
2 - ON
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Entry
Description
configuration will be restored on each successive
power cycle of the CiM.
Exit
X
This option allows a user to exit the current menu and
return to its parent menu.
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11.2.5.3 AUPC MODEM CONFIGURATION PAGE
The AUPC Modem Configuration page is activated from the Modem Parameters page.
The AUPC Modem Configuration page contains the following options/fields:
Menu Options/Fields
Entry
Description
1 - Disabled
2 - Enabled
1 - OFF
2 - ON
Framing
F
AUPC
A
Target EbNo of Remote
Demod(db)
E
Valid ranges are from 0.1 to16.0 dB
Tx Max Increase (dB)
D
Valid ranges are from 0 to 9 dB.
Max Power Reached Action
M
Remote Demod Unlock
Action
U
Save Parameters
S
This option allows a user to save the current
configuration of the CiM to permanent storage. This
configuration will be restored on each successive
power cycle of the CiM.
Exit
X
This option allows a user to exit the current menu and
return to its parent menu.
1 - No_Action
2 - Generate_TX_Alarm
1 - Nominal_Power
2 - Maximum_Power
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11.2.5.4 MODEM MISCELLANEOUS CONFIGURATION PAGE
The Modem Miscellaneous Configuration page is activated from the Modem Parameters
page.
The Modem Miscellaneous Configuration Page contains the following options/fields:
Menu Options/Fields
Entry
Description
IF Impedance (Ohms)
I
ODU Communication
O
Test Mode
T
Save Parameters
S
This option allows a user to save the current
configuration of the CiM to permanent storage. This
configuration will be restored on each successive
power cycle of the CiM.
Exit
X
This option allows a user to exit the current menu and
return to its parent menu.
1 - 50 (Ohms)
2 - 75 (Ohms)
1 - OFF
2 - ON
1 - Normal
2 - IF_loopback
3 - Digital_loopback
4 - I/O_Loopback
5 - Tx_CW
6 - TX_alt_101010
7 - RF Loopback
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11.2.5.5 ALARM MASKS MODEM CONFIGURATION PAGE
The Alarm Masks Modem Configuration page is activated from the Modem Parameters
page.
The Alarm Masks Modem Configuration page contains the following options/fields:
Menu Options/Fields
Entry
Description
Tx AIS Mask
T
1 - Active
2 - Masked
Rx AIS Mask
D
1 - Active
2 - Masked
Buffer Mask
B
1 - Active
2 - Masked
Rx AGC Mask
A
1 - Active
2 - Masked
Eb/No Mask
E
1 - Active
2 - Masked
Save Parameters
S
This option allows a user to save the current
configuration of the CiM to permanent storage. This
configuration will be restored on each successive
power cycle of the CiM.
Exit
X
This option allows a user to exit the current menu and
return to its parent menu.
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11.2.5.6 MODEM UTILITIES PAGE
The Modem Utilities page is activated from the Modem Parameters page.
The Modem Utilities page contains the following options/fields:
Menu Options/Fields
Entry
Description
Modem Time
T
Enter the Time HH:MM:SS
Modem Date
D
Enter the Date as: DD/MM/YY
Circuit ID
I
Enter the Enter ID (Must be exactly 24 characters)
Local/Remote State
R
EDMAC Master Address
E
Valid ranges are from 0 to 9900 in multiples of 10.
Re-center the Buffer
C
Forced immediately, no additional message.
Force Unit Offline
F
Forced immediately, no additional message.
Load Configuration
G
Enter the Configuration (0 = None)
Valid ranges are from 0 to 9
Store Configuration
O
Enter the Configuration (0 = None)
Valid ranges are from 0 to 9
Save Parameters
S
This option allows a user to save the current
configuration of the CiM to permanent storage. This
configuration will be restored on each successive
power cycle of the CiM.
Exit
X
This option allows a user to exit the current menu and
return to its parent menu.
1 -- Local
2 -- Remote
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11.2.5.7 MODEM EVENTS PAGE
The Modem Events page is activated from the Modem Parameters page.
The Modem Events page contains the following options/fields:
Menu Options/Fields
Statistics Sample Interval
(min)
Entry
Description
I
1 - 10
2 - 20
3 - 30
4 - 40
5 - 50
6 - 60
7 - 70
8 - 80
9 - 90
10 - OFF
Unread Events
Read
Only
Number of Unread Events is listed
Unread Statistics
Read
Only
Number of Unread Statistics is listed
Read Next 5 Events
E
Immediately displays next 5 Events and decrements
Unread Events Counter.
Read Next 5 stats
R
Immediately displays next 5 Statistics and decrements
Unread Statistics Counter.
Clear Events Log
V
Clear Statistics Log
C
Save Parameters
S
This option allows a user to save the current
configuration of the CiM to permanent storage. This
configuration will be restored on each successive
power cycle of the CiM.
Exit
X
This option allows a user to exit the current menu and
return to its parent menu.
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11.2.6 REDUNDANCY CONFIGURATION PAGE
The Redundancy Configuration page is activated from the Main Menu page.
Note: This page is not accessible unless the modem is properly connected to a Comtech EF
Data qualified Redundancy Switch.
Figure 11-1. CRS-100/CiM-550 Cabling Details
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Redundancy implies the coordination of two CiM’s to provide a redundant link. Each of
the CiM’s will be defined as either an Online or Offline. The Online is the unit that will
process user traffic. The Offline modem monitors the health of the Online Modem. If the
Offline detects a failure on the Online, it will assume the role of the Online. To allow a
user to verify connectivity with the Offline, the Offline is assigned a unique IP Address.
To support this need, a secondary unit will perform the following actions after the
detection of a failure on the Controller :
1
Assume the Traffic IP Address.
2
Assume the Traffic MAC Address.
3
Assume the role of Online (i.e. The state changes from Offline to Online).
To enable redundancy, a user must :
1
Define a unique IP Address for each Modem via the Controller’s Interface Configuration
Page.
2
Define a unique Traffic IP Address on the Online modem (will be the same for each modem)
via the Online’s Redundancy Configuration Page.
If Redundancy is enabled on both the Online and Offline, their respective roles will be
displayed on the ‘Current State’ field on the Redundancy Configuration menu.
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The Redundancy Configuration page contains the following options/fields:
Menu Options/Fields
Entry
Description
Current State
Read
Only
Defines the online/offline status of the CiM.
Management IP Address,
Local Unit
Read
Only
IP Address for the Ethernet Interface for the Local Unit.
The value is set through the Ethernet Interface(fei0)
page. The Management IP Address must be on the
same subnet as the other management IP and traffic IP.
Management Subnet Prefix
Length, Local Unit
Read
Only
Subnet Prefix for the Ethernet Interface for the Local
Unit. The value is set through the Ethernet
Interface(fei0) page. The Management Subnet Prefix
Length must be the same as the other management
prefix length and traffic prefix length. Enter the subnet
mask prefix length (range is 8..30).
Management IP address,
Redundant Unit
Read
Only
IP Address for the Ethernet Interface for the Remote
Unit. The value is set through the Ethernet
Interface(fei0) page on the other modem in the
redundant pair. The Management IP Address must be
on the same subnet as the other management IP and
traffic IP.
Management Subnet Prefix
Length, Redundant Unit
Read
Only
Subnet Prefix for the Ethernet Interface for the Local
Unit. The value is set through the Ethernet
Interface(fei0) page on the other modem in the
redundant pair. The Management Subnet Prefix Length
must be the same as the other management prefix
length and traffic prefix length. Enter the subnet mask
prefix length (range is 8..30).
Redundant Traffic IP
Address
T
The Traffic IP will float between the two redundant
modems and will always be active on the Online
Modem. The Redundant IP Traffic Address must be on
the same subnet as the other traffic IP.
Enter the ip address in aaa.bbb.ccc.ddd format
Redundant Traffic Subnet
Prefix Length
M
The Traffic IP will float between the two redundant
modems and will always be active on the Online
Modem. The Redundant Subnet Prefix Length must be
the same as the other traffic prefix length.
Enter the subnet mask prefix length (range is 8..30).
Force Unit Offline
F
If the modem is currently Online, this command will
force a switchover so that the redundant pair becomes
the Online modem and processes the incoming traffic.
This modem will transition from Online to Offline. Is the
modem is already Offline, then this command will be
ignored.
Save Parameters
S
This option allows a user to save the current
configuration of the CiM to permanent storage. This
configuration will be restored on each successive power
cycle of the CiM.
Exit
X
This option allows a user to exit the current menu and
return to its parent menu.
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11.2.7 OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE PAGE
The Operations and Maintenance page is activated from the Main Menu page.
The Operations and Maintenance page contains the following options/fields:
Menu Options/Fields
Entry
Description
Status
A
Displays status information
Unit Information
I
Displays unit information
Boot Image
B
Determines which version of the CiM firmware will be
loaded upon boot-up. The possible options are:
0. Latest - boot the newest file based upon date.
1. Image1 - boot the firmware loaded into the first slot
in permanent storage
2. Image2 - boot the firmware loaded into the second
slot in permanent storage
PARAM Image
C
Change name to PARAM file. This is the only one
currently supported. Determines which PARAM file will
be loaded on bootup. The options are:
0. Latest - uses the newest file based on date
1. Image1 - uses the file loaded into the first slot of
permanent storage.
2. Image2 - uses the second file loaded into the second
slot of permanent storage.
3. Factory - uses the internal, hard-coded factory
default parameters.
FPGA Image
F
Determines which version of the CiM FPGA firmware
will be loaded upon boot-up. The possible options are:
0. Latest - boot the newest file based upon date
1. Image1 - boot the firmware loaded into the first slot
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Entry
Description
in permanent storage
2. Image2 - boot the firmware loaded into the second
slot in permanent storage
Statistics
T
Activates Statistics Menu page.
Database Operations
D
Activates Administrative Database Operations page.
Reset
R
Allows user to reboot the modem. It has the same
logical effect of power-cycling the unit.
Diagnostics
G
Activates Diagnostics page.
Remote Port B
P
Activates Remote Port B Configuration page.
Save Parameters
S
This option allows a user to save the current
configuration of the CiM to permanent storage. This
configuration will be restored on each successive
power cycle of the CiM.
Exit
X
This option allows a user to exit the current menu and
return to its parent menu.
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11.2.7.1 UNIT INFORMATION
The Unit Information page is activated from the Operations and Maintenance page.
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11.2.7.2 STATISTICS PAGE
The Statistics Menu page is activated from the Operations and Maintenance page.
The Statistics Menu page contains the following options/fields:
Menu Options/Fields
Entry
Description
Satellite Transmit Statistics
T
Displays Statistics for the Satellite Transmitter and
allows counters to be reset.
IP Routing Statistics
R
Displays Statistics for IP Routing and allows counters
to be reset.
Save Parameters
S
This option allows a user to save the current
configuration of the CiM to permanent storage. This
configuration will be restored on each successive
power cycle of the CiM.
Exit
X
This option allows a user to exit the current menu and
return to its parent menu.
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11.2.7.2.1 Satellite Transmit Statistics Page
The Satellite Transmit Statistics page is activated from the Statistics Menu page. The
Satellite Transmit Statistics page displays counts of the number of packets transmitted on
each configured Satellite destined route on the CiM. In orders words, all of the routes
which have a next hop IP address which is another CiM modem on the other side of the
Satellite link.
The Satellite Transmit Statistics page contains the following options/fields:
Menu Options/Fields
Entry
Description
Route Table Stats
Read
Only
The Route Table Stats presents the total packets
transmitted and dropped for each Satellite destined
route in the CiM in a table format. This table also
shows the minimum, maximum, and average data
rates sustained on each route.
Reset Counters
R
Executing this menu option resets all statistics
gathered for the transmitter to zero
Save Parameters
S
This option allows a user to save the current
configuration of the CiM to permanent storage. This
configuration will be restored on each successive
power cycle of the CiM.
Exit
X
This option allows a user to exit the current menu and
return to its parent menu.
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11.2.7.2.2 IP Routing Statistics Page
The IP Routing Statistics page is activated from the Statistics Menu page The IP Routing
Statistics page displays the statistics for the number of IP packets routed by the CiM.
The IP Routing Statistics page contains the following options/fields :
Menu Options/Fields
Entry
Description
Unicast IP Packets routed to
Sat
Read
Only
The Unicast Packets routed to Sat counter indicates
the number of Unicast packets that were routed to the
Satellite Interface. Could be Ethernet to Sat. or Sat. to
Sat.
Unicast IP Packets routed to
Ethernet
Read
Only
Unicast Packets routed to Ethernet counter indicates
the number Unicast packets that were routed to the
Ethernet Interface. Could be Sat. to Ethernet or
Ethernet to Ethernet.
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Menu Options/Fields
Entry
Description
Multicast IP Packets routed
to Sat
Read
Only
The Multicast Packets routed to Sat counter indicates
the number of Multicast packets that were routed to the
Satellite Interface. Could be Ethernet to Sat. or Sat. to
Sat.
Multicast IP Packets routed
to Ethernet
Read
Only
Multicast Packets routed to Ethernet counter indicates
the number Multicast packets that were routed to the
Ethernet Interface. Could be Sat. to Ethernet or
Ethernet to Ethernet.
Broadcast IP Packets routed
to Sat
Read
Only
The Broadcast Packets routed to Sat counter indicates
the number of Broadcast packets that were routed to
the Satellite Interface. Could be Ethernet to Sat. or Sat.
to Sat.
Broadcast IP Packets routed
to Ethernet
Read
Only
Broadcast Packets routed to Ethernet counter indicates
the number Broadcast packets that were routed to the
Ethernet Interface. Could be Sat. to Ethernet or
Ethernet to Ethernet
Packets from Satellite
Read
Only
Packets from Satellite is the total of all the packets
destined to the Ethernet Interface and the Satellite to
Satellite routed packets.
Total IP Packets routed to
Sat
Read
Only
Total IP Packets routed to Sat is the summation of the
Unicast, Multicast and Broadcast packets routed to the
Satellite Interface.
Total IP Packets routed to
Ethernet
Read
Only
Total IP Packets routed to Ethernet is the summation of
the Unicast, Multicast and Broadcast packets routed to
the Ethernet Interface.
IGMP Packets Received
Read
Only
Number of IGMP Packets received
IP Options Packets
Recevied
Read
Only
Number of IP Options Packets received.
Dropped – total
Read
Only
The Total Packets dropped counter indicates the
number of total packets that were dropped by the CiM.
Dropped - TTL Expired
Read
Only
The packet was dropped because the Time-To-Live
value in the IP header has reached 0. This means that
the packet has exceeded it maximum allowed number
of hops without reaching its destination.
Dropped – BAD IP Header
Checksum
Read
Only
Dropped – No Route
Read
Only
The destination address of the packet does not match
any of the configured routes in the CiM Route table.
The CiM has no choice but to discard the packet since
it has no idea where it should go next.
Dropped – Filtered Multicast
Sat to Ethernet
Read
Only
Multicast was dropped because route for this packet
did not specify Satellite to Ethernet (SAT->ETH)
routing.
The Bad IP Header Checksum counter indicates the
total number of packets that were received by the CiM
that contained CRC errors. If received packets contain
CRC errors, then the CiM discards the packet.
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Menu Options/Fields
Entry
Description
Dropped – Filtered
Read
Only
Limits certain types of traffic that should not leak to
Satellite. For example, broadcasts destined for
Satellite LAN
Dropped – Multicast Disable
Group
Read
Only
Multicast packet was dropped because, although route
existed, IGMP is being used, and there is no client
requesting forwarding of this traffic.
Dropped – No ARP Entry
Read
Only
The Unicast Packet ARP Fail counter indicates the
number of Unicast packets that were received by the
CiM and were destined for a device on the same
subnet as the CiM, but were dropped because the
device specified in the destination IP packet of the
received packet has not yet responded to an ARP.
After power-up, this counter typically increments for the
first three seconds that packets are received for a
device on the same subnet as the CiM.
Dropped – Bad Buffer
Length
Read
Only
IP length )as specified in packet header) was greater
tha payload received in the Ethernet packet. This
would indicate the packet was truncated before
arriving.
Dropped – Bad IP Version
Read
Only
The CiM only supports Ipv4. The first four bites of the
IP header field (specifies IP Version) are checked.
Dropped – Miscellaneous
Read
Only
Catch all bucket for packets experiencing nonstandard problems.
Dropped – QOS
Read
Only
Packet was dropped because for a particular route
(that it matched) the maximum bandwidth has been
exceeded.
Dropped – QOS buffers
Read
Only
Packet was dropped because the buffers used to store
QOS packets have been exhausted.
Dropped – Dropped buffers
Read
Only
Packet dropped because the CiM’s buffers have
exhausted. This will usually occur when the packet
rate through the CiM has exceeded the factory defined
limitiations.
Reset Counters
R
Executing this menu option resets all statistics
gathered for the receiver to zero.
Save Parameters
S
This option allows a user to save the current
configuration of the CiM to permanent storage. This
configuration will be restored on each successive
power cycle of the CiM.
Exit
X
This option allows a user to exit the current menu and
return to its parent menu.
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11.2.7.3 ADMINISTRATIVE DATABASE OPERATIONS PAGE
The Administrative Database Operations Page is activated from the Operations and
Maintenance Page.
The Database Operations option allows the user to view, save, or erase an existing user
configuration of the CiM. A CiM uses these types of configuration files to initialize itself
on power-up.
The User Configuration File allows a User to over-write the values defined in the Factory
Configuration file. This allows full customization of a CiM without erasing a set of
parameters defined from the factory. The User configuration file can also be retrieved or
overwritten via FTP by specifying the filename ‘param1’.
The Administrative Database Operations Page contains the following options/fields:
Menu Options/Fields
Entry
Description
Save Parameters to
permanent storage
P
This option allows a user to save the current
configuration of the CiM to permanent storage. This
configuration will be restored on each successive
power cycle of the CiM.
Restore Factory Default
R
Restores the CiM settings to “safe” values as defined
by the factory.
Load Parameters from
permanent storage
L
This option overwrites the current configuration of the
CiM with the configuration last saved to permanent
storage. It allows the user to perform an “Undo” type
operation if the CiM put into an undesirable state by the
user.
Save Parameters
S
This option allows a user to save the current
configuration of the CiM to permanent storage. This
configuration will be restored on each successive
power cycle of the CiM.
Exit
X
This option allows a user to exit the current menu and
return to its parent menu.
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11.2.7.4 DIAGNOSTICS PAGE
The Diagnostics Page is activated from the Operations and Maintenance Page.
The Diagnostics Page contains the following options/fields:
Menu Options/Fields
Entry
Description
Dump Packets transmitted
to Satellite Interface
T
Toggles [Yes] and [No]
Executing this menu option forces the CiM to dump a
hexadecimal representation of each packet that it
transmits over the Satellite Interface.
Notes:
1. Great care should be taken when using this
option, if the unit is processing high data rates,
then the terminal screen will scroll data for very
long periods of time.
2. Selecting the menu option a second time
terminates the dump operation. Each selection
toggles the value of the dump engine.
Dump Packets received
from Satellite Interface
R
Toggles [Yes] and [No]
Executing this menu option forces the CiM to dump a
hexadecimal representation of each packet that it
receives from the Satellite Interface.
Notes:
1. Great care should be taken when using this
option, if the unit is processing high data rates,
then the terminal screen will scroll data for very
long periods of time.
2. Selecting the menu option a second time
terminates the dump operation. Each selection
toggles the value of the dump engine.
Ping
P
Enter the ip address in aaa.bbb.ccc.ddd format
Traceroute
A
Enter the ip address in aaa.bbb.ccc.ddd format
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Menu Options/Fields
Entry
Description
Command Line Debug
Prompt
D
Enter the password to access the debug command
line.
Note: This is reserved for Customer Service and
engineering use.
Save Parameters
S
This option allows a user to save the current
configuration of the CiM to permanent storage. This
configuration will be restored on each successive
power cycle of the CiM.
Exit
X
This option allows a user to exit the current menu and
return to its parent menu.
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11.2.7.5 REMOTE PORT B CONFIGURATION PAGE
The Remote Port B Configuration page is activated from the Operations and
Maintenance page.
The Remote Port B Configuration page contains the following options/fields:
Menu Options/Fields
Entry
Description
Device Address
A
Valid ranges are from 0 to 9999
Baud Rate
B
The baud rate defines the speed of the serial interface.
The user can iterate through the possible rates by
successively selecting the menu option. This
parameter will assume one of the following bits per
second rates :
1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400
Format
F
The Remote Port B interface support three formats.
Each format describes the Data Bits, Parity, Stop Bits
that the serial interfaces will use to communicate.
The user can iterate through the list of possible values
by successively selecting the menu option. This
parameter will assume one of the following values:
[8-N-1], [7-E-2], [7-0-2]
Interface
I
The Interface setting configures the UART to operate in
one of three types of physical EIA-xxx interfaces (EIA232, EIA-485, EIA485-4W).The user can iterate
through the list of possible values by successively
selecting the menu option.
Save Parameters
S
This option allows a user to save the current
configuration of the CiM to permanent storage. This
configuration will be restored on each successive
power cycle of the CiM.
Exit
X
This option allows a user to exit the current menu and
return to its parent menu.
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11.2.8 TELNET - LOGOUT OPTION
When connecting to the CiM through a telnet session, the menus present another option
to logout of the telnet session. This logout option is in all the menus and when selected,
logs the user out of the telnet session, returning control of the CLI to the serial interface.
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Chapter 12.
Web Server Pages
Web Server Usage
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Web Server Menu Tree
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Web Server Pages
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Administration
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Configuration Summary
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Monitoring and Reports
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Maintenance
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12.1 WEB SERVER USAGE
The embedded Web Server application provides the user with an easy to use interface to
configure and monitor all aspects of the CiM-550 modem. These web pages have been
designed for optimal performance when using MicroSoft’s Internet Explorer 5.5 or
higher.
12.2 WEB SERVER MENU TREE
The CiM Web Server Menu Tree is shown in the table below.
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Table 12-1. CiM-550 Web Server Menu Tree
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
ADMINISTRATION
System Access Info
Administrator Name/PW
Read Only Name/PW
Read/Write Name/PW
Host Access List
IP Address/Mask 1 – 4
Access List Enable/Disable
Features – Standard
Telnet Enable/Disable
Features - Optional
QoS Enable/Disable
Datagram Compression Enable/Disable
IGMP Enable/Disable
NAPT Enable/Disable
Easy Connect  Enable/Disable
TCP Acceleration Enable/Disable
DES Transmit Enable/Disable
DES Receive Enable/Disable
Multicast Enable/Disable
SNMP
SNMP Enable/Disable
Configuration Summary
Ethernet (LAN)
Satellite (WAN)
Features
Interface
Ethernet (LAN)
Satellite (WAN)
Remote Port
Console Port
Routes
Route Table Entry
Route Table
Multicast Routes
Multicast Route Table Entry
Multicast Route Table
ARP Table
Addresses
ARP Table
QoS
QoS Table Entry
QoS Table
IGMP
Transmitter IGMP Client
Receiver IGMP Client
IGMP Table
Encryption
Transmit
Receive
Redundancy Configuration
Local Unit Management IP Address/Mask
CONFIGURATION
Redundant Unit Management IP Address/Mask
Redundant Traffic IP Address/Mask
Current Redundancy State
Force Unit Offline
Modem Configuration
Transmit
Receive
Modem Reference Clock
Modem Utilities
Date and Time
Circuit ID
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Level 2
Level 3
ODU Configuration
ODU selection
Up Converter Parameters
Down Converter Parameters
Unit Parameters
Low Noise Amplifier Parameters
ODU Circuit ID
ODU Utilities
ODU Selection
Redundancy Control
LNA Current
Date and Time
Modem Events Log
Monitoring & Reports Summary
HDLC Transmit Latch Status
HDLC Transmit Clock Status
HDLC Receive Latch Status
HDLC Receive Clock Status
Total Packets Transmitted
Total Paclets Received
IP Tx Statistics
Route Name
Packets Transmitted
Packets Dropped
Average Data Rate
IP Rx Statistics
IP Routing Statistics
Modem Status
General Information
Modem Logs
Modem Events Log
Modem Statistics Log
Unread Events
Unread Statistics
ODU status
ODU Selection
Maint. Parameters Supply Voltages
ODU Alarms Supply Voltages
Tuning Voltages
Phase Locked Loops
Temperature
Currents
Trnsmit RF Output Power
Thermal
Currents
Events Log
Unit Info
Uptime
Modem Serial Number
Software Version – IP Module
Flash Save
Reset
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12.3 WEB SERVER PAGES
The CiM web menu pages are show here in order of appearance in the menu.
12.3.1 HOME PAGE
Welcome to the CiM-550 Web Interface. The following sections will give you a brief
introduction to each web page available. See the CDM-550 manual, the CiM Usage
manual or the CLI section for further detailed explanation of CiM communication
options.
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12.3.2 LOGOFF
Currently the CiM only allows one connection to the CLI or the Web Interface. Use this
option to formally disconnect from the Web Interface. Upon disconnection, you will be
required to close the Web Browser so as to delete the security cookie to the CiM.
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12.3.3 CONTACT INFORMATION
This page provides basic contact information to reach ComTech EF Data Sales and
Customer Service via phone or automated e-mail links.
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12.3.4 SUPPORT
The CiM Support page allows you to send an email to a pre-specified location. The
email will contain the modem’s serial number and configuration information, which is
attached automatically. The CiM uses SMTP (simple mail transport protocol) to send
email and will require the modem’s administrator to specify the SMTP server, domain
name and destination name on the Administration Screen for SMTP to operate correctly.
The problem report area of the display allows up to 2,000 characters maximum.
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12.3.5 ADMINISTRATION
The Adminstration Page provides access to all CiM-550 IP administration features. This
includes System Account Information, Host Access Lists, Feature Enable/Disable, etc., as
described in the following table:
Table 12-2. Admin Fields
Field
Description
Account Names &
Passwords
Enter a unique name that identifies each kind of user. Admin users
can access all areas of the system and should be kept to a single
individual. Read Only users can access all of the system except for
the administrator’s screen. Finally, the read only user has minimal
access to areas considered not to be dangerous to the system
operation.
Host Access List
Enter a valid IP address and mask of networks allowed to access
the CiM. Use 0.0.0.0 to delete an entry. You may turn this feature
on and off, however, be careful to include your own address within
the list or you may lose connectivity to the CiM. Should this occur,
you will need to repopulate the access list using the CLI.
Standard Features
This area allows you to enable and disable Telnet connectivity and
ping replies as well as set up the SMTP interface for the Support
page. For SMTP, enter a valid SMTP server address where you
want support messages to go. Also, enter the SMTP domain name
and receiving user name in the fields provided.
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Field
Description
Optional Features
This area allows you to enable or disable certain capabilities of the
CiM system.
SNMP
Use this area to setup SNMP connectivity and security.
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12.3.6 CONFIGURATION SUMMARY
This page provides a read only summary of the IP administration parameters.
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12.3.6.1 INTERFACE CONFIGURATION
This page is used to configure both the Ethernet (LAN) and Satellite (WAN) interfaces.
In addition, control of Baud Rate and Character Format for the both the ‘Remote Control
B’ port and the ‘Console’ Port are provided on this page.
Table 12-3. Interface Configuration Fields
Field
Description
Ethernet MAC Address
The Ethernet MAC address is a unique number assigned by the
factory during assembly of the CiM. This is a read-only parameter.
Ethernet Mode & Speed
The Ethernet Mode & Speed selection defines the type of Ethernet
connection being made to the CiM. The possible selections are:
Auto
10 MB/sec Half Duplex
100 MB/sec Half Duplex
10 MB/sec Full Duplex
100 MB/sec Full Duplex
Ethernet IP Address and
Mask
Specifies the IP Address and Network Mask of the CiM
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Field
Description
Satellite (WAN) IP
Address and Mask
The CiM modem has two network interfaces: the Ethernet interface
and the Satellite interface. Each of these network interfaces must
be assigned an IP Address. The only requirements on the Satellite
IP Address are: 1) that is must not be on the same subnet as the
Ethernet Interface; 2) it must be on the same subnet as the Satellite
IP address assigned to the CiM modem on the other end of the
satellite link.
Since the only devices communicating on the WAN link are CiM
modems, the Sateliite IP Address can usually be an arbitary
address assigned to many different systems. However, because of
the possibility of conflict with an assigned Ethernet IP or the IP
Address of a defined route, the user can select this value.
HDLC Transmitter State
The Transmitter state reflects the current state of the CiM as a
routing device. This parameter has one of two values:
Enabled
Disabled
When the transmitter state is enabled, the CiM will allow routing of
packets from its Ethernet (LAN) interface to its Satellite (WAN)
interface. When the transmitter state is disabled, the CiM will not
allow routing of any packets over its Satellite (WAN) interface.
HDLC Receiver State
The Receiver state reflects the current state of the CiM as a routing
device. This parameter has one of two values:
Enabled
Disabled
When the Receiver state is enabled, the CiM will allow routing of
packets from its Satellite (WAN) interface to its Ethernet (LAN)
interface. When the Receiver state is disabled, the CiM will not
allow routing of any packets received on its Satellite (WAN)
interface.
Satellite (WAN) Receiver
HDLC Addresses
The CiM allows the user to define up to four (4) different HDLC
Addresses that can cary user information on the Satellite (WAN)
interface.
Remote Port B Baud Rate
Allows the users to configure the baud rate of this port to any one of
the following setting:
4800
9600
19200
Remote Port B Data
Format
Allows the users to configure the character format of this port to any
one of the following setting:
8-N-1
7-E-2
7-O-2
Remote Port B Device
Address
Allows the user to specify the address of the modem when
communicated via the remote port.
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Field
Description
Remote Port B Interface
Type
Allows the user to specify which communication standard the
physical interface will comply to:
EIA-232
EIA-485-2W
EIA-485-4W
CLI Console Port Baud
Rate
Fixed at 38,4000 Baud
CLI Console Port
Character Format
Fixed at 8-N-1.
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12.3.6.2 ROUTES CONFIGURATION
Table 12-4. Routes Configuration Fields
Field
Description
Name
Enter the name of the route to add or delete. The route name is
case sensative however leading and trailing white space is
automatically removed.
IP Address/Mask
Enter the destination IP address and mask. The mask and the IP
address must be valid.
Next Hop IP Address
The Next Hop Address is used for WAN routing of traffic from CiM
to CiM.
Sort By
The route table may be sorted by route name or IP address.
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12.3.6.3 MULTICAST ROUTES CONFIGURATION
Table 12-5. Multicast Routes Configuration Fields
Field
Description
Name
Enter a valid route name to add or delete. This field is case
sensative, however leading and tailing white space is automatically
removed.
Multicast IP Address
Enter a valid multicast route address. Multicast addresses have the
Class A value of 224 (ie, 224.10.2.1). IP mask is set to 32 bits.
LAN to WAN
Set to indicate whether this multicast address routes traffic from the
Lan to the Wan (Ether to Satellite).
WAN to LAN
Set to indicate whether this multicast address routes traffic from the
Wan to the Lan (Satellite to Ether).
Sort By
Allows sorting of the multicast address table by route name or IP
address.
Downlink Route All
Available Multicast
This read-only parameter lets the user know if the administrator has
enabled the “Downlink Route All Available” feature.
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12.3.6.4 ADDRESS RESOLUTION PROTOCOL (ARP) CACHE
Table 12-6. ARP Table Fields
Field
Description
IP Address
Enter a valid ARP table IP address to add or delete.
Link Layer Address
Enter a valid Link Layer Address which may be a device MAC
address or HDLC address. The field requires hexidecimal input.
For IEEE48 addresses, enter the value in the format of
“xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx”, for HDLC, enter the value in the format of
“xxxx”.
Type
Set to indicate the type of Link Layer Address entered such as
IEEE48 or HDLC.
Sort By
The ARP table may be sorted by IP addresses or Link Layer 2
addresses.
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12.3.6.5 QOS (QUALITY OF SERVICE) CONFIGURATION
Table 12-7. QoS Fields
Field
Description
Name
Enter a valid Route Table Name. This field is case sensitive.
Minimum/Maximum
Bandwidth
Enter the desired minimum and maximum bandwidth settings for
the selected route.
Priority
Enter the desired priority (1 or 2) settings for the selected route.
NOTE: See Section 6.2.3.1 CLI/Telnet QoS/DES Configuration for
more information on Min/Max and Priority settings.
DES (Encryption)
Select the type of DES key used for this route.
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12.3.6.6 IGMP CONFIGURATION
Table 12-8. IGMP Fields
Field
Description
Recognize IGMP Queries
Set to indicate whether to recognize IGMP queries to the CiM
device.
IGMP Version
Set to indicate whether to send V1 or V2 IGMP reports.
Report Interval
Enter the report interval value for sending IGMP reports.
Cisco Router Alert
Set to indicate whether to send the Cisco Router Alert type packets
when sending IGMP reports (V1 only).
Enable IGMP
This is a read-only indication, letting the user know if the
administrator has enabled ro disabled IGMP.
IGMP Query Period
Set to indicate the query period used when querying group IP
addresses.
IGMP Maximum
Response Time
Set the maximum time to wait for an IGMP group IP to respond to
query.
Missed Responses before
leaving IGMP Group
Set to indicate the maximum number of IGMP queries a route may
miss before being dropped from the group.
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12.3.6.7 DES ENCRYPTION CONFIGURATION
Table 12-9. DES Encryption Fields
Field
Description
DES Status
This global setting indicates whether DES is an available option for
the CiM.
Transmit Key 1 & 2
Enter a valid 16 byte hexidecimal key used for encrypting
transmitted packets. The receive side CiM should have these
same values set for its Receive encryption Keys.
Receive Key 1 & 2
Enter a valid 16 byte hexidecimal key used for decrypting received
packets. The receive side keys should match the transmit side
keys from the far-end device.
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12.3.6.8 REDUNDANCY CONFIGURATION
Note: This page is not configurable unless the modem is properly connected to a Comtech EF
Data qualified Redundancy Switch. Refer to Section 11.2.6 CLI/Telnet Redundancy Configuration
for CRS-100/CiM-550 cabling information.
Table 12-10. Redudancy Configuration Fields
Field
Description
Local Unit Management
IP Address/Mask
Read only field displays the CiM unit’s IP address and mask values.
Redundant Unit
Management IP
Address/Mask
Read only field displays the redundant unit’s IP address and mask
values.
Traffic IP Address/Mask
Enter the traffic IP address and mask values. These values are
stored in the redundant modem’s memory and are used to address
the redundant modem’s CiM system.
Redundancy State
Read only field indicates whether the redundant device is online or
offline.
Force Unit Offline
Forces redundant unit offline.
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12.3.6.9 MODEM CONFIGURATION
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12.3.6.10 MODEM UTILITIES
The modem’s time and date field may be changed on this display as well as the modem’s
front panel display identification string (Circuit ID). Please be aware that the CiM is
synchronized to the modem’s time and date fields.
Also provided on this page is the capability to re-center the modem’s buffer as well as
force a 1:1 redundancy.
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12.3.6.11 ODU CONFIGURATION
Refer to associated ODU/LNA manual for setting options.
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12.3.6.12 ODU UTILITIES
Refer to associated ODU manual for setting options.
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12.3.7 MONITORING AND REPORTS
Table 12-11. Monitoring and Reports Fields
Field
Description
HDLC Transmit/Receive
The Latch and Clock settings report the current alarms and
conditions of the CiM.
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12.3.7.1 IP TX STATISTICS
This page displays the IP transmit statistics for each IP route.
Note:
Refer to Section 11.2.7.2.1 CLI/Telnet Satellite Transmit Statistics for additional
information.
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12.3.7.2 IP ROUTING STATISTICS
This page displays the receive IP Routing Statistics for the CiM.
Note:
Refer to Section 11.2.7.2.2 CLI/Telnet IP Routing Statistics for additional information.
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12.3.7.3 MODEM STATUS
This page provides a read-only summary of various modem status parameters.
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12.3.7.4 MODEM LOGS
Field
Description
Modem Events Log
Any occurance of a CiM modem fault will will be time stamped and
recorded as an event. Similarly, the time of the fault condition
clearing is also logged as an event. The event log can store up to
100 events.
The Modem Event log window will display 5 events. I will also
display the number of Unread Events and allow the user to Clear
the Events Log.
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Field
Description
Modem Statistics Log
The user may scroll backwards or forwards through the entries in
the statistics log, using the UP/DOWN arrow keys. Pressing
ENTER or CLEAR will take the user back to the previous menu.
The event log can store up to 250 events.
The top line of the display indicates the log entry number, and the
time and date of the entry. Note that in accordance with
international convention, the date is shown in DAY-MONTH-YEAR
format.
The bottom line of the display shows the statistics data which has
been measured and recorded.
The meaning and format of the numbers is as follows:
Minimum Eb/No, Average Eb/No, Maximum TPLI, Average TPLI
(where TPLI means Transmit Power Level increase, if AUPC is
enabled).
The user defines a measurement interval (see MONITOR, STATS,
CONFIGURE) and during this interval, Eb/No and TPLI are
observed, at a one second rate. At the end of this period, the
average Eb/No is calculated and recorded, and the minimum value
seen in the interval. Similarly, the average TPLI is calculated, along
with the highest value seen in the interval.
Notes: If the demod has lost lock during the measurement interval,
the minimum Eb/No will show ‘LOSS’ rather than indicate a value.
However, the average value (while the demod was locked) will still
be calculated and shown. If, on the other hand, the demodulator
has been unlocked for the entire measurement interval, the
average Eb/No will also show ‘LOSS’. (The display will show
‘LOSS,LOSS’.)
If the measured values are greater than, or equal to 16.0 dB, the
display will show 16.0 dB.
If AUPC is not enabled, the values of maximum and average TPLI
will both show ‘0.0'.
Examples:
08.0,13.5,2.5,1.8 means:
Minimum Eb/No observed in the measurement interval = 8.0 dB
Average Eb/No observed in the measurement interval = 13.5 dB
Maximum TPLI observed in the measurement interval = 2.5 dB
Average TPLI observed in the measurement interval = 1.8 dB
LOSS,04.5,0.0,0.0 means:
There was a loss of demod lock during the measurement interval
Average Eb/No observed in the measurement interval = 4.5 dB
Maximum TPLI observed in the measurement interval = 0 dB
Average TPLI observed in the measurement interval = 0 dB
(Which indicates no AUPC activity, or that AUPC is disabled.)
If the user selects CLEAR, the statistics log is cleared.
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The Modem Statistics logging interval can be configured from the CiM-550 front Panel.
The User must first set the REMCONT to LOCAL. Then select MONITOR/ STATS/
CONFIGURE.The user is prompted to enter the logging interval (the period of
time over which the statistics will be measured), using the UP/DOWN arrow keys, then
press ENTER. Setting this to a value of 00 disables the feature (no logging).
The user can choose 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, or 90 minutes.
LOGGING INTERVAL:90 MINS
(SET 00 TO DISABLE)(ENT)
If AUPC is selected, and the modem is not in Framed mode, the following sub-menu is
displayed:
(MONITOR) AUPC
FRAMING NOT ENABLED!
(PRESS ENTER)
If AUPC is selected, and the modem is in Framed mode, the following sub-menu is
displayed:
AUPC: REMOTE EbNo=14.0dB
TX POWER INCREASE=2.2dB
The top line displays the value of Eb/No of the demodulator at the distant end of the
satellite link. The Eb/No will display UNLOCK if the remote demod is unlocked. The
bottom line shows how much the AUPC system has increased the output power. If AUPC
is not enabled, the value of TX POWER INCREASE will show as 0.0 dB.
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12.3.7.5 ODU STATUS
This page provides a read-only summary of various ODU status parameters.
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12.3.8 MAINTENANCE
12.3.8.1 UNIT INFORMATION
This screen displays the modems uptime, in seconds, serial number and software
revision.
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12.3.8.2 FLASH SAVE
When changes are made to the CiM protocol system, the Flash Save option must be
selected in order for these settings to be valid through a power cycle. Without using this
option, settings will revert back to their previous states as indicated by the last time the
flash was saved.
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12.3.8.3 RESET
The last item on the left-hand menu is “Reset.” This options will force the internal CiM
module to reboot.
Notes:
1.
The main modem will NOT reboot.
2.
There is no verification of the reboot, other than the web-interface timing out due to
the reboot time of the CiM modile.
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Chapter 13.
SNMP Interface
SNMP Interface
211
MIB-II
211
Private MIB Implementations
227
CIM IP Controller Private MIB
227
CiM 550 Private MIB
247
CiM IP Controller MIB Tree:
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CiM-550 MIB Tree
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CiM-550 MIB
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13.1 SNMP INTERFACE
The Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is an application-layer protocol
designed to facilitate the exchange of management information between network devices.
The CiM-550 SNMP agent supports both SNMPv1 and v2c.
13.2 MIB-II
The CiM-550 agent implements RFC 1213, Management Information Base for Network
Management of TCP/IP-based Internets. This is known as “MIB-II support”. The agent
implements the following Groups:
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Table 13-1. MIB-II Support
Group
Commets
System Group
Mandatory for RFC1213
Interface
Mandatory for RFC1213
IP
Mandatory for RFC1213
ICMP
Mandatory for RFC1213
TCP
Mandatory for RFC1213
UDP
Mandatory for RFC1213
SNMP
Mandatory for RFC1213
Address Translation Group
Implemented but depreciated in MIB-II
EGP
Not applicable
13.2.1 SYSTEM GROUP
This System Group provides information about the following items:
Table 13-2. System Group
OID
Defaults Value
sysDescr
CiM-550 IP Enabled Modem
sysObjectID
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5
sysContact
cimfss@comtechefdata.com
sysName
CIM550
sysLocation
Empty
sysServices
79
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The system services provided by the cim550 in the OSI network model are:
∑2L-1 where L is the network layer support by the cim550.
In the cim550, this is calculated by 21-1 (layer 1) + 22-1 (layer 2) + 23-1 (layer 3) + 24-1
(layer 4) + 27-1 (layer 7) = 1 + 2 + 4 + 8 + 64 = 79.
Table 13-3. System Services
Network Layer
Description
Layer 1
Physical
Layer 2
Datalink
Layer 3
Internet
Layer 4
End-to-end
Layer 7
Applications
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13.2.2 INTERFACE GROUP
This group provides the number of interfaces on a managed device and a table describing
all interfaces.
The ifNumber OID is the number of network interfaces present on this system. On a
cim550 the ifNumber should be 3 corresponding to the Ethernet, Satellite, and Loopback
interfaces.
13.2.2.1 THE INTERFACES TABLE
Table 13-4. Interfaces Table OIDs
OID
Description
ifIndex
Unique value for each interface. The cim550 gives the Ethernet,
Satellite, and Loopback interfaces a value of 1, 2, or 3.
ifDescr
Textual string containing information about the interface. The
Ethernet interface is “fei0”. The Loopback interface is “lo0”. The
Satellite interface is “hdl1”.
ifType
Link protocol for the interface. The Ethernet interface is set to
ethernet-csmacd(6). The Loopback interface is set to
softwareLoopback(24). The Satellite Interface is
propPointToPointSerial(22).
ifMtu
Size of the largest datagram which can be sent/received on the
interface, specified in octets. For the Ethernet and Satellite
Interfaces, the MTU is 1500.
ifSpeed
Estimate of the interface's current bandwidth in bits per second.
The Ethernet Interface can be set to ether 100000000 (100 Mbps)
or 10000000 (10 Mbps). If the Ethernet driver is set to “Auto” then
100000000 will be returned. The Satellite Interface’s ifSpeed
corresponds to the data rate of the transmitter only. The
transmitter’s ifSpeed can range from 2400 (2.4 Kbps) to 2048000
(2.048 Mbps). If the cim550 is a Demod-Only then ifSpeed will be
zero.
ifPhyAddress
Interface's address at the datalink layer. For the Ethernet Interface
this corresponds to the MAC address (6 bytes). For the Satellite
and Loopback Interface this value is undefined.
ifAdminSate
Desired state of the interface. For the cim550, the interfaces
cannot be changed from an up(1) status.
ifOperState
Current operational state of the interface. For the cim550, the
interfaces will remain in an up(1) status.
ifLastChange
Value of sysUpTime at the time the interface entered its current
operational state. For the cim550, this will remain zero,
corresponding to boot time.
ifInOctets
Total number of octets received on the interface. This statistic is
counted for both the Ethernet and Satellite interfaces.
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OID
Description
ifInUcastPkts
Number of subnetwork-unicast packets received on the interface.
This statistic is counted for both the Ethernet and Satellite
interfaces.
ifInNUcastPkts
Number of non-unicast (i.e. broadcast or multicast) packets
received on the interface. This statistic is counted for both the
Ethernet and Satellite interfaces.
ifInDiscards
Number of inbound packets which were chosen to be discarded
even though no errors had been detected. This statistic is not
counted.
ifInErrors
Number of inbound packets that contained errors. This statistic
not counted.
ifInUnknownProtos
Number of packets received via the interface which were
discarded because of an unknown or unsupported protocol. This
statistic is counted for the Ethernet interface only.
ifOutOctets
Total number of octets transmitted out of the interface. This
statistic is counted for both the Ethernet and Satellite interfaces.
ifOutUcastPkts
Total number of packets transmitted to a unicast address. This
statistic is counted for both the Ethernet and Satellite interfaces.
ifOutNUcastPkts
Total number of packets that were transmitted to a non-unicast
(i.e. a broadcast or multicast) address. This statistic is counted for
both the Ethernet and Satellite interfaces.
ifOutDiscards
Number of outbound packets which were chosen to be discarded
even though no errors had been detected. This statistic is not
counted.
ifOutErrors
Number of outbound packets that could not be transmitted
because of errors. This statistic is not counted.
IfOutQLen
Length of the output packet queue (in packets). This statistic is
not reported.
ifSpecific
This OID is not used.
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13.2.2.2 AT GROUP
This group contains a table that permits mappings from network addresses (i.e. IP
addresses) to physical addresses (i.e. MAC addresses). This group is depreciated.
13.2.2.3 THE ADDRESS TRANSLATION TABLE
Table 13-5. Address Translation Table OIDs
OID
Description
atIfIndex
Interface on which this entry's translation is effective.
atPhysAddress
Media-dependent physical address.
atNetAddress
Network address (i.e. the IP address) corresponding to the mediadependent physical address.
13.2.2.4 IP GROUP
This group contains information regarding managing of the IP protocol. It contains three
tables.
1.
IP Address Table
Contains the IiM’s IP addressing information.
2.
IP Routing Table
Contains an entry for each route presently known to the
cim550.
3.
IP Net To Media Table
Address translation table for the IP group (providing identical
functionality to the now deprecated “atTable” in the Address
Translation group).
Table 13-6. IPGroup OIDs
OID
Description
ipForwarding
Indicates whether this entity is acting as an IP gateway in respect
to the forwarding of datagrams. For the cim550, forwarding(1) is
always turned on.
ipDefaultTTL
Default value inserted into the Time-To-Live field of the IP header
of datagrams originated by the cim550. The value TTL is set to
64.
ipInReceives
Total number of input datagrams received from cim’s Ethernet and
Satellite interfaces, including those received in error.
ipInHdrErrors
Number of input datagrams discarded due to errors in their IP
headers.
ipInAddrErrors
Number of input datagrams discarded because the IP address in
their IP header's destination field was not a valid address to be
received at this entity.
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OID
Description
ipForwDatagrams
Number of input datagrams for which the cim550 was not their
final IP destination, because of which an attempt was made to find
a route to forward them to that final destination.
ipInUnknownProtos
Number of locally-addressed datagrams received successfully but
discarded because of an unknown or unsupported protocol.
ipInDiscards
Number of input IP datagrams for which no problems were
encountered to prevent their continued processing, but which were
discarded.
ipInDelivers
Total number of input datagrams successfully delivered to IP userprotocols.
ipOutRequests
Total number of IP datagrams which local IP user-protocols
supplied to IP in requests for transmission. Note that this counter
does not include any datagrams counted in ipForwDatagrams.
ipOutDiscards
Number of output IP datagrams for which no problem was
encountered to prevent their transmission to their destination, but
which were discarded.
ipOutNoRoutes
Number of IP datagrams discarded because no route could be
found to transmit them to their destination.
ipReasmTimeout
Maximum number of seconds which received fragments are held
while they are awaiting reassembly at this entity
ipReasmReqds
Number of IP fragments received which needed to be
reassembled at this entity.
ipReasmOKs
Number of IP datagrams successfully re-assembled.
ipReasmFails
Number of failures detected by the IP re-assembly algorithm (for
whatever reason: timed out, errors, etc…).
ipFragOKs
Number of IP datagrams that have been successfully fragmented
at this entity.
ipFragFails
Number of IP datagrams that have been discarded because they
needed to be fragmented at this entity but could not be, (e.g.,
because their “Don't Fragment” flag was set).
ipFragCreates
Number of IP datagram fragments that have been generated as a
result of fragmentation at this entity.
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13.2.2.5 THE IP ADDRESS TABLE
The IP address table contains the cim550’s IP addressing information.
Table 13-7. IPAddress Table OIDs
OID
Description
ipAdEntIfIndex
CIM-550’s Interface index value (ifIndex) which uniquely identifies
the interface to which the IP address is applicable.
ipAdEntNetMask
Subnet mask associated with the IP address of this entry. The
value of the mask is an IP address with all the network bits set to 1
and all the hosts bits set to 0.
ipAdEntBcastAddr
Value of the least-significant bit in the IP broadcast address used
for sending datagrams on the interface associated with the IP
address of this entry. For example, when the Internet standard allones broadcast address is used, the value will be 1. This value
applies to both the subnet and network broadcasts addresses
used by the entity on this interface.
ipAdEntReasmMaxSize
Size of the largest IP datagram which this entity can re-assemble
from incoming IP fragmented datagrams received on this interface.
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13.2.2.6 THE IP ROUTING TABLE
The IP routing table contains an entry for each route presently known to the cim550.
Table 13-8. IP Routing Table OIDs
OID
Description
ipRouteDest
Destination IP address of this route. An entry with a value of
0.0.0.0 is considered a default route.
ipRouteIfIndex
Index value (ifIndex) which uniquely identifies the local interface
through which the next hop of this route should be reached.
ipRouteMetric1
Primary routing metric for this route. User defined routes have a
value of 1. All others “automatically” defined routes have a value
of zero.
ipRouteMetric2
Not used and its value is -1.
ipRouteMetric3
Not used and its value is -1.
ipRouteMetric4
Not used and its value is -1.
ipRouteNextHop
IP address of the next hop of this route.
ipRouteType
Type of route. A value of direct(3) is used when the destination is
connected to the local network. A value of indirect(4) is used when
the destination is reached by routing to a non-local network.
ipRouteProto
Routing mechanism via which this route was learned. A value of
local(2) means the route was entered manually. A value of
netmgmt(3) means the route was set via a network management
protocol. A value of icmp(4) means the route was obtained via
ICMP. A value of other(1) is used for all other cases.
ipRouteAge
Number of seconds since this route was last updated.
ipRouteMask
Indicates the mask to be logical-ANDed with the destination
address before being compared to the value in the ipRouteDest
field. If the value of the ipRouteDest is 0.0.0.0 (a default route),
then the mask value is also 0.0.0.0.
ipRouteMetric5
Not used and its value is -1.
ipRouteInfo
Not used and is set to the null-OID.
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13.2.2.7 THE ADDRESS TRANSLATION TABLE
The ipNetToMediaTable is the IP Address Translation table used for mapping from IP
addresses to physical addresses. Each entry contains one IP address to physical address
equivalence.
Table 13-9. Address Translation Table OIDs
OID
Description
ipNetToMediaIfIndex
Interface on which this entry's equivalence is effective.
ipNetToMediaPhysAddress
Physical address.
ipNetToMediaNetAddress
IP address corresponding to the physical address.
ipNetToMediaType
Type of mapping. A value of dynamic(3) means that the entry
was added by the ARP protocol. A value of static(4) means
the entry was added by a user. A value of invalid(2) is used
for an invalidated mapping and a value of other(1) is used
when none of the previous values apply.
13.2.2.8 ADDITIONAL IP OBJECTS
The ipRoutingDiscards OID is the number of routing entries which were chosen to be
discarded even though they are valid.
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13.2.3 ICMP GROUP
This group contains the Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) input and output
statistics. ICMP messages are used for out-of-band messages related to network
operation.
Table 13-10. IP Routing Table OIDs
OID
Description
icmpInMsgs
Total number of ICMP messages which the entity received.
icmpInErrors
Number of ICMP messages which the entity received but
determined as having ICMP-specific errors (bad ICMP checksums,
bad length, etc…).
icmpInDestUnreachs
Number of ICMP Destination Unreachable messages received.
icmpInTimeExcds
Number of ICMP Time Exceeded messages received.
icmpInParmProbs
Number of ICMP Parameter Problem messages received.
icmpInSrcQuenchs
Number of ICMP Source Quench messages received.
icmpInRedirects
Number of ICMP Redirect messages received.
icmpInEchos
Number of ICMP Echo (request) messages received.
icmpInEchoReps
Number of ICMP Echo Reply messages received.
icmpInTimestamps
Number of ICMP Timestamp (request) messages received.
icmpInTimestampReps
Number of ICMP Timestamp Reply messages received.
icmpInAddrMasks
Number of ICMP Address Mask Request messages received.
icmpInAddrMaskReps
Number of ICMP Address Mask Reply messages received.
icmpOutMsgs
Total number of ICMP messages which this entity attempted to
send.
icmpOutErrors
Number of ICMP messages which this entity did not send due to
problems discovered within ICMP such as a lack of buffers.
icmpOutDestUnreachs
Number of ICMP Destination Unreachable messages sent.
icmpOutTimeExcds
Number of ICMP Time Exceeded messages sent.
icmpOutParmProbs
Number of ICMP Parameter Problem messages sent.
icmpOutSrcQuenchs
Number of ICMP Source Quench messages sent.
icmpOutRedirects
Number of ICMP Redirect messages sent.
icmpOutEchos
Number of ICMP Echo (request) messages sent.
icmpOutEchoReps
Number of ICMP Echo Reply messages sent.
icmpOutTimestamps
Number of ICMP Timestamp (request) messages sent.
icmpOutTimestampReps
Number of ICMP Timestamp Reply messages sent.
icmpOutAddrMasks
Number of ICMP Address Mask Request messages sent.
icmpOutAddrMaskReps
Number of ICMP Address Mask Reply messages sent.
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13.2.4 TCP GROUP
This group contains statistics and control parameters for the TCP protocol. This group
contains a table describing the current TCP connections.
Note: The instances of object types that represent information about a particular TCP
connection are transient; they persist only as long as the connection in question.
Table 13-11. TCP Group OIDs
OID
Description
tcpRtoAlgorithm
Algorithm used to determine the timeout value used for
retransmitting unacknowledged octets. The cim550 uses Van
Jacobson's algorithm.
tcpRtoMin
Minimum value permitted by a TCP implementation for the
retransmission timeout. The cim550 uses a minimum timeout of
1000 milliseconds.
tcpRtoMax
Maximum value permitted by a TCP implementation for the
retransmission timeout. The cim550 uses a maximum timeout of
64000 milliseconds.
tcpMaxConn
Limit on the total number of TCP connections the entity can
support. In the cim550, the maximum number of connections is
dynamic so a value of –1 is returned.
tcpActiveOpens
Number of times TCP connections have made a direct transition to
the SYN-SENT state from the CLOSED state.
tcpPassiveOpens
Number of times TCP connections have made a direct transition to
the SYN-RCVD state from the LISTEN state.
tcpAttemptFails
Number of times TCP connections have made a direct transition to
the CLOSED state from either the SYN-SENT state or the SYNRCVD state, plus the number of times TCP connections have
made a direct transition to the LISTEN state from the SYN-RCVD
state.
tcpEstabResets
Number of times TCP connections have made a direct transition to
the CLOSED state from either the ESTABLISHED state or the
CLOSE-WAIT state.
tcpCurrEstab
Number of TCP connections for which the current state is either
ESTABLISHED or CLOSE-WAIT.
tcpInSegs
Total number of segments received.
tcpOutSegs
Total number of segments sent.
tcpRetransSegs
Total number of segments retransmitted – that is, the number of
TCP segments transmitted containing one or more previously
transmitted octets.
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13.2.4.1 THE TCP CONNECTION TABLE
The tcpConnTable is a table containing TCP connection-specific information. Each row
contains information about a particular current TCP connection. A row is transient, in
that it ceases to exist when the connection makes the transition to the CLOSED state.
Table 13-12. TCP Connection Table OIDs
OID
Description
tcpConnLocalAddress
Local IP address for this TCP connection. In the case of a
connection in the listen state which is willing to accept
connections for any IP interface associated with the node, the
value 0.0.0.0 is used.
tcpConnLocalPort
Local port number for this TCP connection.
tcpConnRemAddress
Remote IP address for this TCP connection.
tcpConnRemPort
Remote port number for this TCP connection.
tcpInErrs
Total number of segments received in error.
tcpOutRsts
Number of TCP segments sent containing the RST flag.
13.2.5 UDP GROUP
This group contains control parameters and statistics for the UDP protocol. This group
contains a UDP table describing the UPD ports in use.
Table 13-13. UDP Group OIDs
OID
Description
udpInDatagrams
Total number of UDP datagrams delivered.
udpNoPorts
Total number of received UDP datagrams for which there was no
application at the destination port.
udpInErrors
Number of received UDP datagrams that could not be delivered for
reasons other than the lack of an application at the destination
port.
udpOutDatagrams
Total number of UDP datagrams sent from this entity.
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13.2.5.1 THE UDP LISTENER TABLE
The UDP listener table contains information about this entity's UDP end-points on which
a local application is currently accepting datagrams. A row contains information about a
particular current UDP listener.
Table 13-14. UDP Listener Table OIDs
OID
Description
udpLocalAddress
Local IP address for this UDP listener. In the case of a UDP
listener which is willing to accept datagrams for any IP interface
associated with the node, the value 0.0.0.0 is used.
udpLocalPort
Local port number for this UDP listener.
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13.2.6 EGP GROUP
This group is not implemented in the agent.
13.2.7 TRANSMISSION GROUP
This group is not implemented in the agent.
13.2.8 SNMP GROUP
This group provides statistical information regarding the SNMP Protocol.
Table 13-15. SNMP Group OIDs
OID
Description
snmpInPkts
Total number of Messages delivered to the SNMP entity
from the transport service.
snmpOutPkts
Total number of SNMP Messages which were passed from
the SNMP agent to the transport service.
snmpInBadVersions
Total number of SNMP Messages which were delivered to
the SNMP agent and were for an unsupported SNMP
version.
snmpInBadCommunityNames
Total number of SNMP Messages delivered to the SNMP
agent which used a SNMP community name not known to
the agent.
snmpInBadCommunityUses
Total number of SNMP Messages delivered to the SNMP
agent which represented an SNMP operation which was not
allowed by the SNMP community named in the Message.
snmpInASNParseErrs
Total number of ASN.1 or BER errors encountered by the
SNMP agent when decoding received SNMP Messages.
snmpInTooBigs
Total number of SNMP PDUs which were delivered to the
SNMP agent and for which the value of the error-status field
is “tooBig”.
snmpInNoSuchNames
Total number of SNMP PDUs which were delivered to the
SNMP agent and for which the value of the error-status field
is “noSuchName”.
snmpInBadValues
Total number of SNMP PDUs which were delivered to the
SNMP agent and for which the value of the error-status field
is “badValue".
snmpInReadOnlys
Total number valid SNMP PDUs which were delivered to the
SNMP agent and for which the value of the error-status field
is “readOnly”.
snmpInGenErrs
Total number of SNMP PDUs which were delivered to the
SNMP agent and for which the value of the error-status field
is “genErr".
snmpInTotalReqVars
Total number of MIB objects which have been retrieved
successfully by the SNMP agent as the result of receiving
valid SNMP Get-Request and Get-Next PDUs.
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OID
Description
snmpInTotalSetVars
Total number of MIB objects which have been altered
successfully by the SNMP agent as the result of receiving
valid SNMP Set-Request PDUs.
snmpInGetRequests
Total number of SNMP Get-Request PDUs which have been
accepted and processed by the SNMP agent.
snmpInGetNexts
Total number of SNMP Get-Next PDUs which have been
accepted and processed by the SNMP agent.
snmpInSetRequests
Total number of SNMP Set-Request PDUs which have been
accepted and processed by the SNMP agent.
snmpInGetResponses
Total number of SNMP Get-Response PDUs which have
been accepted and processed by the SNMP agent.
snmpInTraps
Total number of SNMP Trap PDUs which have been
accepted and processed by the SNMP agent.
snmpOutTooBigs
Total number of SNMP PDUs which were generated by the
SNMP agent and for which the value of the error-status field
is “tooBig".
snmpOutNoSuchNames
Total number of SNMP PDUs which were generated by the
SNMP agent and for which the value of the error-status is
“noSuchName”.
snmpOutBadValues
Total number of SNMP PDUs which were generated by the
SNMP agent and for which the value of the error-status field
is “badValue".
snmpOutGenErrs
Total number of SNMP PDUs which were generated by the
SNMP agent and for which the value of the error-status field
is “genErr".
snmpOutGetRequests
Total number of SNMP Get-Request PDUs which have been
generated by the SNMP agent.
snmpOutGetNexts
Total number of SNMP Get-Next PDUs which have been
generated by the SNMP agent.
snmpOutSetRequests
Total number of SNMP Set-Request PDUs which have been
generated by the SNMP agent.
snmpOutGetResponses
Total number of SNMP Get-Response PDUs which have
been generated by the SNMP agent.
snmpOutTrap
Total number of SNMP Trap PDUs which have been
generated by the SNMP agent.
snmpEnableAuthenTraps
Indicates whether the SNMP agent process is permitted to
generate authentication-failure traps.
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13.3 PRIVATE MIB IMPLEMENTATIONS
The agent also implements two private MIBs for the CiM-550. The CiM IP Controller
MIB (cimController) holds all the security, feature selection, and IP related parameters
and the CiM-550 modem MIB (cim550) which contains all the modem specific
parameters.
13.4 CIM IP CONTROLLER PRIVATE MIB
13.4.1 CIM ADMINISTRATION GROUP
This group contains system security, administration, and feature configuration
parameters.
The “cimMibVersion” OID contains the current version of the CIM IP Controller MIB.
The current version number is 3.
13.4.1.1 CIM NAME PASSWORD CONFIG SUBGROUP
The Password subgroup contains the user names and passwords for three user types:
Admin User, Read/Write User, and Read Only user. Only the Admin User can do GETS
or SETS to the Security part of the MIB.
Table 13-16. CiM Name Password Config Subgroup OIDs
OID
Description
cimAdminName
Administrator’s user name and must be between 1 and 16
characters.
cimAdminPassword
Administrator’s password and must be between 1 and 16
characters.
cimReadWriteName
Read/Write operator’s user name and must be between 1 and 16
characters.
cimReadWritePassword
Read/Write operator’s password and must be between 1 and 16
characters.
cimReadOnlyName
Read-Only operator’s user name and must be between 1 and 16
characters.
cimReadOnlyPassword
Read-Only operator’s password and must be between 1 and 16
characters.
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13.4.1.2 CIM ACCESS LISTS SUBGROUP
The Access Client List allows an operator to define which remote clients can connect to a
CiM-550 when the Access List Enforcement is enabled. Each entry allows an operator to
specify an IP address and a subnet mask to define a unique class of clients that are
allowed access to the CiM-550.
Table 13-17. CiM Access Lists Subgroup OIDs
OID
Description
cimAccessIpAddress1
Defines an access IP address.
cimAccessSubnetMaskLen1
Defines the subnet mask length of the corresponding IP
address.
cimAccessIpAddress2
Defines an access IP address.
cimAccessSubnetMaskLen2
Defines the subnet mask length of the corresponding IP
address.
cimAccessIpAddress3
Defines an access IP address.
cimAccessSubnetMaskLen3
Defines the subnet mask length of the corresponding IP
address.
cimAccessIpAddress4
Defines an access IP address.
cimAccessSubnetMask4
Defines the subnet mask length of the corresponding IP
address.
cimAccessListEnforcement
Enables/disables the access list by setting it to 1 (yes) or 0
(no).
CAUTION
Be sure that you have added the SNMP browser's/manager's IP
Address to the access list before enabling access list filtering.
Otherwise, the SNMP browser/manager will no longer be able to
gain access to the CiM.
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13.4.1.3 FEATURES AVAILABILITY SUBGROUP
This subgroup tells if a feature is available or unavailable in the CiM-550. The currently
supported FAST features are QOS, IGMP, and Encryption. These features must be
purchased as additional options. The Datagram Compression, NAPT, TCP Acceleration,
Transparent Bridging, and Header Compression features are not yet supported but will be
made available in a follow on release.
Table 13-18. FAST Features
FAST Feature
Status
QOS Option
Supported
IGMP Option
Supported
Encryption Option
Supported
Header Compression Option
Not Supported
TCP Acceleration Option
Not Supported
Datagram Compression Option
Not Supported
NAPT Option
Not Supported
Transparent Bridging Option
Not Supported
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13.4.1.4 FEATURES SUBGROUP
This subgroup allows an operator to enable/disable a feature. Standard features that are
supported (telnet, ping response, and multicast routing) can be enabled or disabled by
sending a 1 (enable) or 0 (disable). The Midas Operations Feature is always enabled and
cannot be disabled.
FAST Features that have been purchased and are Available in the Feature Availability
Group can be enabled or disabled by an operator. Not yet purchased or not yet supported
FAST Features will remain disabled.
Table 13-19. Features Subgroup
Feature
Type
Status
Telnet Feature
Standard
Supported
Ping Response Feature
Standard
Supported
Multicast Routing Feature
Standard
Supported
Midas Feature
Standard
Supported
QOS Option
FAST
Supported
IGMP Option
FAST
Supported
Transmit DES Encryption Option
FAST
Supported
Receive DES Encryption Option
FAST
Supported
Header Compression Option
FAST
Not Supported
TCP Acceleration Option
FAST
Not Supported
Datagram Compression Option
FAST
Not Supported
NAPT Option
FAST
Not Supported
Transparent Bridging Option
FAST
Not Supported
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13.4.1.5 ENCRYPTION SUBGROUP
Note: This subgroup will only be accessible in the MIB tree if the Encryption FAST feature has
been purchased and the license key has been entered through the modem’s front panel.
Otherwise, both GETS and SETS on these OIDs will return errors.
This subgroup controls the parameters for the DES feature.
Table 13-20. Encryption Subgroup OIDs
OID
Description
cimTransmitEncryptEnabled
Enables/disables encryption on the transmit side.
cimReceiveDecryptEnabled
Enables/disables encryption on the receive side.
cimTransmitKey1
Allows the operator to specify the value of Key1 used to
encrypt packets transmitted to the sattelite.
cimTransmitKey2
Allows the operator to specify the value of Key2 used to
encrypt transmitted packets transmitted to the sattelite.
cimReceiveKey1
Allows the operator to specify the value of Key1 used to
decrypt traffic being received from the Satellite Interface.
cimReceiveKey2
Allows the operator to specify the value of Key2 used to
decrypt traffic being received from the Satellite Interface.
13.4.1.6 CIM SMTP
The cimSmtp subsection sets up the cim550 to use a SMTP mail server to send a problem
report back to CiM Support. Along with the problem report, the cim550 sends the
equipment serial number and configuration, which is attached to the email message. By
default, the problem report is sent to cimfss@comtechefdata.com. In order for this to
work, the user is required to enter the IP address of their outgoing SMTP mail server and
the domain name for that server.
Table 13-21. CIM SMTP OIDs
OID
Description
cimSmtpServerIpAddress
Specifics user’s outgoing SMTP server’s IP address.
cimSmtpDomain
Specifics the SMTP Domain of the mail server.
cimSmtpDestinationName
Specifies the SMTP destination user name.
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13.4.1.7 CIM SNMP COMMUNITY NAMES
The CiM-550 uses community strings as a password scheme that provides authentication
before gaining access to the CiM-550 agent’s MIBs.
In SNMP v1/v2c, the community string is sent unencrypted in the SNMP packets.
Caution must be taken by the network administrator to ensure that SNMP packets travel
only over a secure and private network if security is a concern. A packet sniffer can
easily obtain the community string by viewing the SNMP traffic on the network.
The community string is entered into the MIB Browser or Network Node Management
software and is used to authenticate users and determine access privileges to the SNMP
agent. The community string should match the concatenated user name and password.
For example, if the user name is “comtech” and the password is “donttell” then the
community string should be “comtechdonttell”.
Community strings are used to set up a three-tiered security scheme in the CiM-550. The
CiM-550 provides for three types of users in the system: an Admin User, a Read/Write
User, and a Read Only User. These users mirror those found in the CLI Name/Password
Configuration screen. The Admin User has read and write access to all parameters in all
standard and private MIBs. The Read/Write User has read and write access to all
parameters in the standard and private MIBs, except for the cimUnitAdmin Group in the
cimController MIB. The Read Only User has access to only read parameters from the
standard MIBs and the private CiM-550 MIB. The Read Only User cannot do any reads
(GETS) in the private CiM-550 IP Controller MIB.
Table 13-22. CiM SNMP Community Names
User Name
MIB-II
IP Controller MIB
CiM-550 MIB
Admin User
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write
Read/Write User
Read/Write
Read/Write (not Administration)
Read/Write
Read Only User
Read
No access
Read
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13.4.1.8 CIM SNMP TRAPS
The cim550 has the ability to send out SNMP traps when certain events occur in the
modem. For example, when the cim550 boots it sends out a coldstart trap and 3 linkup
traps, one for each interface that is brought up. The cim550 also sends out traps when an
alarm or a fault occurs in the modem. These include unit faults, TX faults, and RX faults.
A trap is sent both when a fault occurs and is cleared.
The cim550 supports both SNMPv1 traps and SNMPv2 notifications. Which style of
traps the cim 550 sends can be configured by the user using the cimSnmpTrapVersion
OID.
The following are the MIB2 v1traps/v2 notifications that the cim550 supports.
CiM550 MIB2 SNMPv1 traps:
Cold Start
1
Warm Start
2
Link Down
3
Link Up
4
Authentication Failure
5
CiM550 MIB2 SNMPv2 notifications:
Cold Start
1.3.6.1.6.3.1.1.5.1
Warm Start
1.3.6.1.6.3.1.1.5.2
Link Down
1.3.6.1.6.3.1.1.5.3
Link Up
1.3.6.1.6.3.1.1.5.4
Authentication Failure
1.3.6.1.6.3.1.1.5.5
The following tables are the Alarms and Faults v1 traps / v2 notifications that the cim550
supports.
CiM550 Alarms and Faults SNMPv1 traps:
cim550ModemUnitFaultsTrap
624751
cim550ModemTxTrafficFaultsTrap
624752
cim550ModemRxTrafficFaultsTrap
624753
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CiM550 Alarms and Faults SNMPv2 notifications:
cim550ModemUnitFaultsTrap
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.9.0.624751
cim550ModemTxTrafficFaultsTrap
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.9.0.624752
cim550ModemRxTrafficFaultsTrap
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.9.0.624753
13.4.1.9 CIM SNMP TRAP CONFIGURATION
Table 13-23. CIM SNMP Trap COnfiguration OIDs
OID
Description
cimSnmpTrapDestinationIpAddress
Specifies where the trap should be sent to. This is
usually the IP address of a network management
application (such as HP Openview or Castlerock
SNMPc). It could also be the IP address of a trap
ringer console (such as MG-SOFT MIB Browser).
cimSnmpTrapCommunity
Community name that is sent with the trap. This
community name is checked by the network
management application or MIB browser to
determine if it should accept or discard the trap
being sent to it.
cimSnmpTrapVersion
Tells the agent if it should send out version 1 or
version 2 traps. The trap formats differs depending
on which version is used but contain the same type
of information. The choice of which trap version to
use should depend of which SNMP version the
managing application is expecting. The OID can
be sent to the following values:
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13.4.2 INTERFACE GROUP
This Group controls the parameters of the modem’s Ethernet and HDLC interfaces.
13.4.2.1 ETHERNET INTERFACE SUBGROUP
The subgroup defines the modem’s Ethernet interface. These include parameters for
setting the Ethernet speed, IP address, and IP address subnet prefix length.
Table 13-24. Ethernet Interface Subgroup OIDs
OID
Description
cimEthernetMacAddress
Defines the hardware MAC Address. This address is
assigned permanently at the factory.
cimEthernetSpeed
Defines the Ethernet interface’s mode and speed. It
defaults to auto negotiate. The “cimEthernetSpeed” OID
can be set using the following options:
1
Auto
2
10 MB/sec Half Duplex
3
100 MB/sec Half Duplex
4
10 MB/sec Full Duplex
5
100 MB/sec Full Duplex
cimEthernetIpAddress
IP address assigned to the Ethernet Interface.
cimEthernetSubnetPrefixLen
Specifies the subnet mask assigned to the Ethernet
Interface. Valid subnet mask prefix length are between 8
and 30.
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13.4.2.2 SATELLITE INTERFACE SUBGROUP
This subgroup defines the modem’s Satellite interface.
Table 13-25. Satellite Ijnterface Subgroup OIDs
OID
Description
cimSatelliteIpAddress
Specifies the IP Address assigned to the Satellite Interface.
The Satellite IP Address should be on the same subnet as
the IP address assigned to the Satellite interface of the
modem on the other side of the Satellite link and should
not be on the same subnet as the Ethernet Interface.
cimSatelliteSubnetPrefixLen
Specifies the Subnet Mask length assigned to the Satellite
Interface. Valid subnet mask prefix lengths are between 8
and 30.
cimSatelliteReceiveEnable
Controls the receiving and processing of packets from the
Satellite Interface. If the OID is set to 1 (enabled) then the
modem receives and processes packets from the Satellite
Interface. If the OID is set to 0 (disabled), the CiM-550
discards packets from the Satellite Interface.
cimSatelliteTransmitEnable
Controls the sending of packets to the Satellite Interface. If
the OID is set to 1 (enabled), the CiM-550 allows routing of
packets from its Ethernet interface to its Satellite interface.
If the OID is set to 0 (disabled), the CiM-550 will not route
packets from its Ethernet interface to its Satellite interface.
cimSatelliteHdlcAddress1-4
Allows the operator to define up to four HDLC addresses
for the Satellite Interface. The HDLC address are entered
in decimal format and will be automatically converted to
HEX format. For example, HDLC address 65534 (in
decimal) will be converted to FFFE (in HEX).
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13.4.2.3 ROUTE TABLE GROUP
Note: In order for the CiM-550 to properly pass packets over the satellite interface, the user
MUST provide the appropriate IP to HDLC address mapping in the ARP table. Please see the
ARP Configuration Group for more details.
Table 13-26. Route Table Group OIDs
OID
Description
cimGlobalQosEnable
Allows an operator to vie the status of the QOS feature
(enabled/disabled).
The cimIpRouteTable allows a user to define how the packets that the CiM-550 receives
are routed. By this table, an operator can define the minimum QOS bandwidth and
maximum QOS bandwidth for a route. A user can also define which DES key to use for a
route.
Table 13-27. Route Table OIDs
OID
Description
cimIpRouteIndex
Sequential number that corresponds to the row index in
the route table. The route index starts at 1.
cimIpRouteName
Name assigned by the user to reference the route. The
assigned name cannot contain any white space and
must be unique.
cimIpRouteDestAddress
Destination IP address for the route.
cimIpRouteDestMaskLen
Length of the network portion of the subnet mask.
cimIpRouteNextHopAddress
IP address where the packet will be routed for further
processing. The Next Hop IP Address must be on the
same subnet as either the Ethernet or Satellite
interfaces.
cimIpRouteMulticastOptions
Allows a user to specify if multicast packets will be
routed from the Ethernet to Satellite or Satellite to
Ethernet.
cimIpRouteMulticastOptions
This OID can be set to:
Note:
1
No Routing
2
Eth To Sat Routing
3
Sat To Eth Routing
4
Sat To Eth And Eth To Sat Routing
The “cimIpRouteMinQosBandwidth” and “cimIpRouteMaxQosBandwidth” OIDs will
only be accessible if the QOS FAST feature has been purchased and activated.
Otherwise, GETS will return zero and sets will return an error.
cimIpRouteMinQosBandwidth
Establishes a guaranteed minimum data rate that a route
must support. A value of 0 implies that a route is not
guaranteed any bandwidth. The minimum QOS
bandwidth should be in multiples of 8 Kbps.
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OID
Description
cimIpRouteMaxQosBandwidth
Establishes a hard maximum traffic rate that can be
processed by the CiM-550. A value of 0 for this field
implies that no maximum limit is assigned to a route.
This value should be in multiples of 8 Kbps.
Note:
The “cimIpRouteDesKey” OID will only be accessible if the Encryption FAST feature
has been purchased and activated. Otherwise, a get will return 1 (clear) and a set
will return an error.
cimIpRouteDesKey
Allows the user to specify which Encryption Key should
be used to encrypt traffic for a route. This parameter can
be one of three values: clear, key1, or key2. Clear will
force the CiM-550 to not encrypt any traffic processed for
the route. Key1 will use the key specified in the first key
to encrypt traffic for the route. Key2 will use the second
key to encrypt traffic for the route.
Can be set to:
cimIpRouteRowStatus
1
Clear
2
Key 1
3
Key 2
4
Random
Used in get operations to tell if the route table entry is
active. It is used in set operations to tell if a new route
table entry is to be created or an existing route table
entry is to be deleted.
It returns 1 (active) to indicate that the route entry is
available for use by the managed device. The values of
2 (notInService) and 3 (notReady) are not supported.
When a new route entry is created, this OID must be set
to 4 (createAndGo). The value of 5 (createAndWait) is
not supported.
If an existing row is to be deleted this OID must be set to
6 (destroy), which indicates that the user wishing to
delete the route from the route table.
The “cimIpRouteRowStatus” can return:
1
Active
The “cimIpRouteRowStatus” can be set to the following
for row create/delete:
cimIpRoute Priotity
4
Create And Go
6
Destroy
Specifies the rooute QoS priority. Ther priority level can
be set to:
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13.4.2.4 PROTOCOLS GROUP
13.4.2.4.1 IGMP Configuration Subgroup
Note:
This subgroup will only be accessible in the MIB tree if the IGMP FAST feature has been
purchased and activated. Otherwise, both gets and sets on these OIDs will return errors.
Table 13-28. IGMP Configuration Subgroup OIDs
OID
Description
cimIgmpTable
Reports the host groups being routed by the
modem. This table shows the minimum time before
a host group will be put out of service.
cimIgmpEnable
Allows a user to enable or disable the IGMP
feature. When enabled, multicast packets received
from the Satellite Interface are forwarded to the
Ethernet Interface if a host on the Ethernet LAN
has joined the host group via an IGMP report.
cimIgmpQueryPeriod
Defines the time interval (in seconds) in which the
modem sends out its host membership Query
messages.
cimIgmpMaxRespTime
Defines the time interval (in seconds) that the
modem waits before it assumes that no hosts are
interested in the membership query. The max
response time is 25 seconds.
cimIgmpMaxMissBeforeDrop
Number of unanswered queries that must occur
before the modem assume that that group has no
local members and that it need not forward
remotely-originated multicasts for that group onto
the local network.
cimIgmpRecognizeQueries
Allows the modem to respond to a Query by
generating Host Membership Reports, telling each
host group to which it belongs on the network
interface from which the Query was received.
cimIgmpVersionUnsolicitedReports
Defines which version of the IGMP protocol should
be followed when attempting to join a host group
via an unsolicited report.
cimIgmpForceAlertOption
Provides a mechanism whereby routers can
intercept packets not addressed to them directly,
without incurring any significant performance
penalty. Some Cisco routers may require the
definition of a Router Alert Option to recognize a
report from a host to join a host group.
cimIgmpUnsolicitedReportInterval
Configures the modem to generate an unsolicited
report within a specified time intervals (in seconds)
after joining a host group.
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13.4.2.4.2 ARP Configuration Subgroup
Table 13-29. ARP Configuration Subgroup OIDs
OID
Description
cimFlushArpTable
Can be used to flush the non-static ARP table.
The cimArpTable is used to configure the static ARP table. This table allows up to 256
static ARP entries. The Static ARP entries provided by the CiM-550 fall into two
categories: IP-to-MAC and IP-to-HDLC.
Note:
For the CiM-550 to properly route packets over the Satellite Interface, all of the Next Hop
Addresses in the route table MUST have an IP-to-HDLC mapping in the static ARP table.
Incoming packets that match a route in the route table that does not have an IP-to-HDLC
mapping in the static ARP table will be discarded.
Table 13-30. CiM ARP Table OIDs
OID
Description
cimArpIndex
Sequential number that corresponds to the row index in the
ARP table. The ARP entry index starts at 1.
cimArpIpAddress
Used as a lookup into the ARP table when the CiM-550
needs to resolve a MAC or HDLC Address. The IP Address
must be on the same subnet as the Ethernet or Satellite
Interfaces. It must not map to multiple HDLC or MAC
addresses. The IP Address must be a valid Unicast address.
cimArpPhysAddress
This can either be a MAC address or a HDLC address. Valid
MAC addresses are in the form “xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx”, where “x”
represents any HEX number. Valid HDLC addresses are
number from 1 to 65534 that represent HEX numbers
between 1 – FFFE.
cimArpPhysType
Indicates if the ARP entry is an IP-to-MAC or an IP-to-HDLC
translation.
This OID can be set to:
1
IP To MAC
2
IP To HDLC
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OID
Description
cimArpRowStatus
Used for to create or delete an ARP entry. This OID returns 1
(active) to indicate that an ARP entry is available for use by
the managed device. The values of 2 (notInService) and 3
(notReady) are not supported.
When creating a new ARP entry this OID must be set to 4
(createAndGo). The value of 5 (createAndWait) is not
supported.
When deleting an ARP this OID must be set to 6 (destroy),
which indicates that the user wishes to delete the route from
the route table.
Can return:
1
Active
Can be set to the following for row create/delete:
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Create And Go
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13.4.2.5 REDUNDANCY GROUP
Table 13-31. Redundancy OIDs
OID
Description
cimCurrentRedundantState
Displays if the modem is Online and Offline.
The Online modem is the one that will
process traffic. The Offline modem monitors
the health of the online unit and will take
over if it detects a failure.
cimLocalUnitManagementIpAddress
IP Address for the Ethernet Interface for the
Local Unit.
cimRedundantUnitManagementIpAddress
IP Address for the Ethernet Interface of the
Remote Unit.
cimRedundantTrafficIpAddress
Traffic IP address will always be active on
the Online Modem. When a fault occurs the
traffic IP address will float between the two
redundant modems.
cimRedundantTrafficSubnetMaskLen
This is the length of the traffic IP address
and can float between the two redundant
modems depending on if a failure occurs.
cimForceUnitOffline
Forces a redundant switchover so that if the
modem is online it will transition to offline
and stop processing traffic. If the modem is
already offline, then this command will be
ignored.
13.4.2.6 OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE GROUP
Table 13-32. Operation and Maintenance Subgoup OIDs
OID
Description
cimAppVersion
Displays the CiM Software’s name, version, and date.
cimSaveConfiguration
Allows a user to save the current configuration of the CiM550 to permanent storage.
cimReset
Allows a user to reboot the modem. It has the same logical
effect of power-cycling the unit.
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13.4.2.6.1 Remote Port B Configuration Subgroup
This subgroup defines the Remote Port B configuration.
Table 13-33. Remote Port B Configuration Subgroup OIDs
OID
Description
cimRemotePortBDeviceAddress
Defines the device address. Valid addresses are in
the range from 0 to 9999.
cimRemotePortBBaudRate
Defines the speed of the serial interface.
Can be set to:
cimRemotePortBFormat
cimRemotePortBInterface
1
1200
2
2400
3
4800
4
9600
5
19200
6
38400
Supports three configurations for the Remote Port B
interface. Each format defines a triple that describes
the data bits, parity, and stop bits.
Can be set to:
1
8-N-1 (8 data bits, no parity, 1 stop bit)
2
7-E-2 (7 data bits, even parity, 2 stop bits)
3
7-O-2 (7 data bits, odd parity, 2 stop bits)
Configures the UART to operate in one of three types
of physical EIA-xxx interfaces {EIA-232, EIA-485, EIA485-4W}.
The OID can be set to:
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EIA-232
2
EIA-485 2W
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13.4.2.6.2 Satellite Transmit Statistics Subgroup
This subgroup contains a table to show the number of packets transmitted on each route
destined for the satellite interface. It also contains the number of packets dropped and the
route’s data rate.
Table 13-34. Satellite Transmit Statistics Subgroup OIDs
OID
Description
cimSatelliteTransmitIndex
This is a sequence number defining the
row in the Satellite Transmit Statistics
table.
cimSatelliteTransmitRouteName
Route name defined in the modem’s
route table.
cimSatelliteTransmitTotalPacketsTransmitted
Total packets transmitted for the route.
cimSatelliteTransmitTotalPacketsDropped
Total packets dropped for the route.
cimSatelliteTransmitMinDataRate
Minimum data rate sustained on the
route.
cimSatelliteTransmitMaxDataRate
Maximum data rate sustained on the
route.
cimSatelliteTransmitAvgDataRate
Average data rate sustained on the
route.
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13.4.2.6.3 IP Routing Statistics Subgroup
Table 13-35. IP Routing Statistics Subgroup OIDs
OID
Description
cimUnicastIpPacketsToSatellite
Number of unicast packets that were
routed to the Satellite Interface. (Ethernet
to Satellite or Satellite to Satellite)
cimUnicastIpPacketsToEthernet
Number of unicast packets that were
routed to the Ethernet Interface. (Satellite
to Ethernet or Ethernet to Ethernet).
cimMulticastIpPacketsToSatellite
Number of multicast packets that were
routed to the Satellite Interface. (Ethernet
to Satellite or Satellite to Satellite)
cimMulticastIpPacketsToEthernet
Number multicast packets that were routed
to the Ethernet Interface. (Satellite to
Ethernet or Ethernet to Ethernet).
cimBroadcastIpPacketsToSatellite
Number of broadcast packets that were
routed to the Satellite Interface. (Ethernet
to Satellite or Satellite to Satellite).
cimBroadcastIpPacketsToEthernet
Number of broadcast packets that were
routed to the Ethernet Interface. (Satellite
to Ethernet or Ethernet to Ethernet).
cimPacketsFromSatellite
Total of all packets destined to the Ethernet
Interface and the Satellite to Satellite
routed packets.
cimTotalIpPacketsToSatellite
Summation of the unicast, multicast and
broadcast packets routed to the Satellite
Interface.
cimTotalIpPacketsToEthernet
Summation of the unicast, multicast and
broadcast packets routed to the Ethernet
Interface.
cimIgmpPacketsReceived
Number of IGMP packets received.
cimIpOptionPacketsReceived
Number of IP Options packets received.
cimDroppedPacketsTotal
Number of total packets that were dropped
by the CiM-550.
cimDroppedPacketsTTLExpired
Number of packets that were discarded
because their Time-To-Live value reached
zero.
cimDroppedPacketsBadIpHeader
Total number of packets that were received
by the CiM-550 that contained CRC errors.
If received packets contain CRC errors,
then the CiM-550 discards the packet.
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OID
Description
cimDroppedPacketsNoRoute
Number of packets that were dropped
because their destination address did not
match any of the configured routes in the
CiM-550 Route table.
cimDroppedPacketsMulticastNoStoe
Number of multicast packets that where
filtered because of the configurable filtering
option.
cimDroppedPacketsFiltered
Number of packets that were dropped
because they matched a “filter” route.
cimDroppedPacketsMulticastDisableGroup
Number of packets dropped because they
did not match an active multicast group.
cimDroppedPacketsNoArpEntry
Number of Unicast packets that were
dropped because an address translation
was unavailable.
cimDroppedPacketsBadBufferLength
Number of packets that were dropped in
the buffer.
cimDroppedPacketsBadIpVersion
Indicates that the packet had an IPv6
header and was dropped. The CiM-550
only supports IPv4.
cimDroppedPacketsMiscellaneous
Number of packets dropped for an
unspecified or miscellaneous reason.
cimDroppedPacketsQos
Number of packets that were dropped
because the packets were destined for a
particular route where the maximum
bandwidth had been exceeded.
cimDroppedPacketsQosBuffers
Number of packets that were dropped
because the buffers used to store QOS
packets have been exhausted.
cimDroppedPacketsDroppedBuffers
Number of packets that were dropped
because the CiM-550’s buffers have been
exhausted. This occurs when the packet
rate through the CiM-550 has exceeded
the factory defined limits.
cimResetCounters
Resets all statistics to zero.
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13.5 CIM 550 PRIVATE MIB
13.5.1 CIM 550 OBJECTS GROUP
13.5.1.1 SYSTEM INFORMATION:
Table 13-36. ARP Configuration Subgroup OIDs
OID
Description
cim550EquipmentID
Unit’s equipment ID.
cim550UnitSerialNumber
Unit’s serial number.
cim550SoftwareRevision
Unit’s softeare revision.
cim550DeviceTime
Device time. Current time is in hh:mm:ss format.
cim550DeviceDate
Device date. Current date is in mm/dd/yy format.
cim550CircuitID
Circuit ID. User defined string that will be displayed on the
front panel.
cim550LocalRemoteState
Local/Remote state. Can be set to:
0
Local
1
Remote
13.5.1.2 TX PARAMETERS
Table 13-37. Tx Parameters OIDs
OID
Description
cim550TxFrequency
Transmit frequency in Hz. Valid ranges are from
52,000,000 Hz to 88,000,000 Hz and 104,000,000 Hz to
188,000,000 Hz.
cim550TxDataRate
Transmit data rate in bps. Valid range is from 2,400 bps to
2,048,000 bps.
cim550TxModType
Transmit modulation type. Valid values are:
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1
BPSK
2
QPSK
3
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OID
Description
cim550TxFECType
Transmit forward error correction coding type. Valid values
are:
cim550TxFECCodeRate
cim550TxSpecInv
cim550TxScrambler
cim550TxClockSource
0
None
1
Vit
2
Seq
3
Vit RS
4
Seq RS
5
Turbo Q 3/4
6
Turbo B 21/44
7
Turbo B 5/16
Transmit forward error correction code rate. Can be set to:
1
Rate 1/2
3
Rate 3/4
7
Rate 7/8
8
Rate 21/44
9
Rate 5/16
Transmit spectral inversion seletion. Can be set to:
0
Normal
1
Inverted
Transmit scrambler state. Can be set to:
0
Off
1
On
Transmit clock source. Can be set to:
1
Internal
2
External
3
LoopTmed
cim550TxPowerLevel
Transmit output power level. Can be set from 0 to –200.
The units are 0.1 dBm (0 = 00.0 dBm to -200 = -20.0 dBm).
cim550TxCarrierState
Transmit carrier on/off state. Can be set to:
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0
Off
1
On
2
Ext Off
3
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13.5.1.3 RX PARAMETERS
Table 13-38. Rx Parameters OIDs
OID
Description
cim550RxFrequency
Receive frequency in Hz. Can be set from 52,000,000 Hz to
88,000,000 Hz and 104,000,000 Hz to 188,000,000 Hz.
cim550RxDataRate
Receive data rate in bps. Can be set between 2,400 bps
and 2,048,000 bps.
cim550RxDemodType
Receive demodulation type. Can be set to:
cim550RxFECType
cim550RxFECCodeRate
cim550RxSpecInv
cim550RxDescrambler
1
BPSK
2
QPSK
3
OQPSK
Receive forward error correction decoding type. Can be set
to:
0
None
1
Vit
2
Seq
3
Vit RS
4
Seq RS
5
Turbo Q 3/4
6
Turbo B 21/44
7
Turbo B 5/16
Receive forward error correction code rate. Can be set to:
1
Rate 1/2
3
Rate 3/4
7
Rate 7/8
8
Rate 21/44
9
Rate 5/16
Receive spectrum inversion state. Can be set to:
0
Normal
1
Inverted
Receive descrambler state. Can be set to:
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OID
Description
cim550RxClockMode
Receive clock mode. Can be set to:
cim550RxBufferSize
0
Disabled
1
Enabled
Receive buffer size in bits. Can be set to:
1
256 bits
2
512 bits
3
1024 bits
4
2048 bits
5
4096 bits
cim550RxAcqSweepRange
Receive +/- acquisition sweep range of deomulation in KHz.
Can be set between 1 and 30.
cim550RxEbnoAlarmPoint
Receive Eb/No alarm point in dB. Can be set between 0
and 160 in 0.1 dB where (0=0.0 dB to 160=16.0 dB).
13.5.1.4 INTERFACE PARAMETERS
Table 13-39. Interface Parameters OIDs
OID
Description
cim550IfImpedance
IF interface impedance. Can be set to:
cim550InterfaceType
5
50 Ohm
7
75 Ohm
Unit interface type. Can only be set to IP.
4
IP
13.5.1.5 UTILITY PARAMETERS
Table 13-40. Utility Parameters OIDs
OID
Description
cim550UnitFramingMode
Unit framing mode. Can be set to:
250
0
Unframed
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OID
Description
cim550EdmacAddress
The EDMAC slave address will set the range of
addresses of distant-end units (modems and
transceivers) which this unit will forward messages for.
Only values that are integer multiples of ten are
permitted. Setting the EDMAC slave address to 0
disables this function. Valid slave addresses are
between 0 and 9999.
cim550UnitTestMode
Unit test mode. Can be set to:
0
Normal
1
IF Loop Back
2
Digital Loop Back
3
IO Loop Back
4
Tx CW
5
Tx Alternating Pattern
cim550RecenterBuffer
Command to force the modem to re-center the receive
buffer. A value of 1 (yes) is used to issue the operation.
cim550ForceRedundentSwitch
Command to force the modem into STANDBY mode if it
is in a redundant pair. A value of 1 (yes) is used to issue
the operation.
cim550UnitAlarmMask
Alarm mask conditions, in the form “abcde”, where: a =
mask Tx AIS alarm, b = mask Rx AGC alarm c = mask
buffer alarms, d = mask Rx AIS alarm e = mask Eb/No
alarm Setting any of these bytes to 0 unmasks alarm,
setting to 1 masks them. Valid values are between 0 and
11111.
cim550UnitConfigStore
Forces the unit to store the current modem configuration
in a configuration memory location defined by values 0
to 9.
cim550UnitConfigLoad
Forces the unit to retrieve the configuration memory
location defined by values 0 to 9 and to re-program the
unit with that stored configuration.
cim550OduCommEnable
Enables or disables communication, via an FSK serial
link, with a Comtech Transceiver (Outdoor unit). Can be
set to:
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13.5.1.6 THE “”AUPC PARAMETERS
Table 13-41. AUPC Parameter OIDs
OID
Description
cim550AupcEnable
Enables or disables AUPC (Automatic Uplink Power
Control). Can be set to:
0
Disable
1
Enable
cim550AupcControlParameters
Defines AUPC (Automatic Uplink Power Control)
operating parameters. Has the form abc.cd Where: a =
Define action on max power condition: 0 = do nothing 1
= generate TX alarm b = Define action on remote
demod unlock: 0 = go to nominal power 1 = go to max
power c.c = Target Eb/No value, in dB, for remote
demod d = Maximum increase in Tx Power permitted, in
dB
cim550RemoteEbno
Returns the value of Ebi/No of the remote demod, if
Framing is enabled. Returns 999 if demod is unlocked.
Returns -1 if Framing is not enabled. Ebi/No values can
be between 20 and 60 in 0.1 dBs where 20=2.0 dB to
160=16.0 dB.
cim550TxPowerLevelIncrease
Returns the increase in Tx power level, in dB (from the
nominal setting) due to the action of AUPC. Returns –1
if AUPC is not enabled. Values can be between 0 and
90 in 0.1 dBm where 0 = 0.0 dBm to 90 = 9.0 dBm
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13.5.1.7 STATUS PARAMETERS
Table 13-42. Status Parameter OIDs
OID
Description
cim550RxEbno
Value of Ebi/No, can be between 0 and 160 in 0.1 dB
where 0 = 0.0 dB to 160 = 16.0 dB and 999 = Demod
Unlocked
cim550RxCoarseAGC
Vaue of Coarse AGC setting, can be between 0 and 99.
cim550RxFrequencyOffset
Value of frequency offset of the carrier being
demodulated. Can be between -30 KHz and 30 KHz
where -30 = -30 KHz to 30=+30 KHz and 999 = Demod
Unlock.
cim550BufferFillState
Value of the buffer fill state. Can be between 0 and 99 in
percentage filled.
cim550RxBER
Value of the estimated corrected bit error rate. Value has
-10
been multiplied by 10E .
cim550RedundancyState
Returns the redundancy state of the unit, where: 0 = Off
Line (forced into standby by 1:N or 1:1 Switch) 1= On
Line (normal). Valid values are:
cim550ModemUnitFaults
0
Offline
1
Online
Returns the current fault and status codes for the Unit
(hardware). The value will be a integer between 0 and
8191 where the bit that is set indicates which fault has
occurred:
253
bit 0
not used, always 0
bit 1
volt power supply
bit 2
12 volt power supply
bit 3
5 volt power supply
bit 4
18 volt power supply
bit 5
12 volt power supply
bit 6
RAM load fail
bit 7
Tx synthesizer unlocked
bit 8
Rx synthesizer unlocked
bit 9
Power cal checksum fail
bit 10
FPGA main chain load fail
bit 11
Turbo FPGA load fail
bit 12
IP Module fail
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OID
Description
cim550ModemTxTrafficFaults
Returns the current fault and status codes for the Tx
Traffic. The value will be an integer between 0 and 31
where the bit that is set indicates the fault that has
occurred:
cim550ModemRxTrafficFaults
bit 0
Not used, always 0
bit 1
No clock from terrestrial interface
bit 2
Tx FIFO slip
bit 3
AIS Detected on incoming data
bit 4
AUPC upper limit reached
Returns the current fault and status codes for the Rx
Traffic. The value will be an integer between 0 and 255
where the bit that is set indicates the fault that has
occurred:
254
bit 0
Not used, always 0
bit 1
Demod Unlock
bit 2
AGC alarm
bit 3
Frame Sync lost
bit 4
Buffer underflow
bit 5
Buffer overflow
bit 6
AIS detected on incoming data
bit 7
Eb/No Threshold exceeded
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13.5.1.8 LOGS
Table 13-43. Logs OIDs
OID
Description
cim550ClearEventsLog
Instructs the unit to clear all Stored Events. A value of
1 (yes) is used to clear the event log.
cim550NumberUnreadEvents
Returns the number of Stored Events which remain
unread. The value can be between 0 and 99.
cim550RetrieveNext5Events
Unit returns the oldest 5 Stored Events which have not
yet been read over the remote control. Reply format:
{CR}Subbody{CR}Sub-body{CR}Sub-body{CR}Subbody{CR}Subbody,
where Sub-body= ABCddmmyyhhmmss,
A being the fault/clear indicator: F=Fault, C=Clear,
I=Info.
B being the fault type where: 1=Unit, 2=Rx, Traffic,
3=Tx Traffic, 4=Power on/off, or log cleared.
C being the fault code, where the Info codes are:
0=power off, 1=power on, 2=log cleared, 3=global
config change, and 4=redundancy config change.
ddmmyyhhmmss = date/time stamp.
If there are less than 5 events to be retrieved, the
remaining positions are padded with zeros.
cim550SetStatisticInterval
Used to set the sample interval for the Statistics
Logging Function. Can be set to:
0
None
1
10 Mins
2
20 Mins
3
30 Mins
4
40 Mins
5
50 Mins
6
60 Mins
7
70 Mins
8
80 Mins
9
90 Mins
cim550ClearStatisticsLog
Instructs the unit to clear all Stored Statistics. Can be
set to 1 (yes) to clear the log.
cim550NumberUnreadStatistics
Returns the number of Stored Statistics which remain
unread. Can be between 0 and 250.
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OID
Description
cim550RetrieveNext5Statistics
Unit returns the oldest 5 Stored Statistics which have
not yet been read over the remote control. Reply
format: {CR}Sub-body{CR}Sub-body{CR}Subbody{CR}Subbody{CR}Sub-body,
where Sub-body= AA.ABB.BC.CD.Dddmmyyhhmmss,
AA.A = Minimum Eb/No during sample period.
BB.B = Average Eb/No during sample period.
C.C = Max. Tx Power Level Increase during sample
period.
D.D = Average Tx Power Level Increase during sample
period.
ddmmyyhhmmss = date/time stamp.
If there are less than 5 statistics to be retrieved, the
remaining positions are padded with zeros.
13.5.1.9 ODU OBJECTS
The “oduSelect” determines which transceiver to communicate with. It can be set to:
1
Odu 1
2
Odu 2
13.5.1.10 ODU SYSTEM INFORMATION
Table 13-44. ODU System Information OIDs
OID
Description
oduModelNumberSoftwareVer
Read-only string describing the ODU model number and
software version.
oduUnitSerialNumber
Read-only string containing the ODU serial number.
oduDeviceTime
Time in hh:mm:ss format.
oduDeviceDate
Date in dd/mm/yy format.
oduCircuitID
User defined string for display purposes.
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13.5.1.11 ODU UNIT PARAMETERS
Table 13-45. ODU Unit OIDs
OID
Description
oduUnitMuteMode
Unit mute. Can be set to:
oduUnitColdStart
oduUnitAutoFaultRecovery
oduUnitExtRefFaultLogic
0
Unmute
1
Mute
Unit cold start. Can be set to:
0
Disabled
1
Enabled
Auto fault recovery. Can be set to:
0
Disabled
1
Enabled
External reference fault logic. Can be set to:
0
Disabled
1
Enabled
oduUnitRefOscAdjust
Reference oscillator adjust. Can be between 0 and 255.
oduUnitLNACurrentSource
LNA current source. Can be set to:
oduUnitLNACurrentWindow
OduUnitLNAFaultLogic
oduUnitRedundancyMode
oduUnitRedForceSwitch
0
Disabled
1
Enabled
LNA current windows. Can be set to:
20
20 Percent
25
25 Percent
30
30 Percent
35
35 Percent
40
40 Percent
45
45 Percent
50
50 Percent
99
Disabled
LNA fault logic. Can be set to:
0
Disabled
1
Enabled
Redudancy mode. Can be set to:
0
Manual
1
Auto
Force redundant switch. Can be set to 1 (yes) to issue
command.
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13.5.1.12 ODU TX PARAMETERS
Table 13-46. ODU Tx Parameters OIDs
OID
Description
OduTxFrequency
Transmit frequency in KHz. Can be set between 5,845,000
KHz and 181,00,000 KHz.
OduTxAttenuation
Transmit attenuation. Can be between 0 and 2000 in 0.01
dB, where 0 = 0.00dB to 2000 = 20.00dB.
OduTxAmplifier
Transmit amplifier. Can be set to:
OduTxMute
OduTxSlopeMode
0
Off
1
On
Transmit mute. Can be set to:
0
Disabled
1
Enabled
Transmit slope mode. Can be set to:
0
Manual
1
Calibrated
OduTxSlopeValue
Transmit slope value. Can be between 0 and 10 in 0.1 units,
where 0 = 0.0 to 10 = 1.0.
OduTxGainOffset
Transmit gain offset. Can be between –400 and 0 in
0.01dB, where 0 = 0.00 dB to –400 = -4.00dB.
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13.5.1.13 ODU RX PARAMETERS
Table 13-47. ODU Rx Parameters OIDs
OID
Description
OduRxFequency
Receive frequency in KHz. Can be between 3,625,000 KHz
and 14,100,000 KHz.
oduRxAttenuation
Receive attenuation. Can be between 0..2500 in 0.01dB
where 0=0.00dB to 2500=25.00dB.
oduRxMute
Receive mute. Can be set to:
oduRxSlopeMode
0
Disabled
1
Enabled
Receive slope mode. Can be set to:
0
Manual
1
Calibrated
oduRxSlopeValue
Receive slope value. Can be between 0..10 in 0.1, where
0=0.0 to 10=1.0.
oduRxGainOffset
Receive gain offset. Can be between -400 and 0 in 0.01 dB,
where 0=0.00 dB to -400 = -4.00dB
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13.5.1.14 ODU UNIT STATUS
Table 13-48. ODU Unit Status OIDs
OID
Description
OduOnlineState
Online state. Can be set to:
oduMaintenanceParameters
0
Offline
1
Online
Used to Query the maintenance status of the CSAT.
Example:
24VT=023.9’cr’
20VT=020.3’cr’
12VT=012.0’cr’
10VT=010.2’cr’
P5VT=005.0’cr’
N5VT=-05.0’cr’
USYN=008.2’cr’
UIFL=003.9’cr’
DSYN=006.3’cr’
DIFL=003.8’cr’
REFV=002.9’cr’
LNAC=081.9’cr’
FANC=541.0’cr’
UTMP= 37.0’cr’
POWR=25.0-’cr’
DTMP= 34.0’cr’’lf’
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OID
Description
OduUnitFaults
Used to Query the Alarm status of the CSAT. A integer
value will be returned between 0..262143 where the bits
that are set indicate the faults which have occurred:
bit 0
24 volt power supply
bit 1
20 volt power supply
bit 2
12 volt power supply
bit 3
10 volt power supply
bit 4
+5 volt power supply
bit 5
-5 volt power supply
bit 6
Tx Synthesizer Unlocked
bit 7
Tx IFLO Unlocked
bit 8
Rx Synthesizer Unlocked
bit 9
Rx IFLO Unlocked
bit 10
Reference lock detect
bit 11
LNA Current Alarm
bit 12
Fan Current Alarm
bit 13
Temperature Alarm
bit 14
HPA Thermal Shutdown Alarm
bit 15
Internal IIC Bus Alarm
bit 16
EEPROM Checksum
bit 17
NVRAM/RTC Low Battery Alarm
13.5.1.15 ODU LOGS
Table 13-49. ODU Logs OIDs
OID
Description
oduClearEventsLog
Can be set to 1 (yes) to issue command.
oduNumberUnreadEvents
CSAT returns the number of Stored Events which remain
unread. Value can be between 0 and 99.
oduRetrieveNext5Events
CSAT returns the oldest 5 Stored Events that have not yet
been read over the remote control. Reply format: Subbody{CR}Sub-body{CR}Sub-body{CR}Subbody{CR}Subbody,
where Sub-body=YYYYYYYYYY ZZ mmddyyhhmmss,
YYYYYYYYYY being the fault description.
ZZ being the alarm type: FT = Fault, OK = Clear, IF =
Information.
mmddyyhhmmss = date/time stamp.
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13.6 CIM IP CONTROLLER MIB TREE:
MIB Tree:
1 --- iso
1.3 --- org
1.3.6 --- dod
1.3.6.1 --- internet
1.3.6.1.4 --- private
1.3.6.1.4.1 --- enterprises
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247 --- comtech
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4 --- cimController
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.1 --- cimControllerIdentity
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2 --- cimAdministration
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.1 --- cimMibVersion (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.3 --- cimNamePasswordConfig
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.3.1 --- cimAdminName (DisplayString)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.3.2 --- cimAdminPassword (DisplayString)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.3.3 --- cimReadWriteName (DisplayString)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.3.4 --- cimReadWritePassword (DisplayString)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.3.5 --- cimReadOnlyName (DisplayString)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.3.6 --- cimReadOnlyPassword (DisplayString)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.4 --- cimAccessLists
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.4.1 --- cimAccessIpAddress1 (IpAddress)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.4.2 --- cimAccessSubnetMaskLen1 (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.4.3 --- cimAccessIpAddress2 (IpAddress)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.4.4 --- cimAccessSubnetMaskLen2 (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.4.5 --- cimAccessIpAddress3 (IpAddress)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.4.6 --- cimAccessSubnetMaskLen3 (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.4.7 --- cimAccessIpAddress4 (IpAddress)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.4.8 --- cimAccessSubnetMask4 (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.4.9 --- cimAccessListEnforcement (YesNo)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.5 --- cimFeaturesAvailability
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1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.5.1 --- cimDatagramCompressionOption (Availability)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.5.2 --- cimNaptOption (Availability)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.5.3 --- cimQosOption (Availability)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.5.4 --- cimTcpAccelerationOption (Availability)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.5.5 --- cimTransparentBridgeOption (Availability)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.5.6 --- cimEncryptionOption (Availability)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.5.7 --- cimIgmpOption (Availability)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.5.8 --- cimHeaderCompressionOption (Availability)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.6 --- cimFeaturesConfig
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.6.1 --- cimMidasFeature (EnableDisable)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.6.2 --- cimTelnetFeature (EnableDisable)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.6.3 --- cimPingResponseFeature (EnableDisable)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.6.4 --- cimDownlinkMulticastRoutingFeature (EnableDisable)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.6.5 --- cimDatagramCompressionOpt (EnableDisable)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.6.6 --- cimNaptOpt (EnableDisable)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.6.7 --- cimQosOpt (EnableDisable)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.6.8 --- cimTcpAccelerationOpt (EnableDisable)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.6.9 --- cimTransparenetBridgeOpt (EnableDisable)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.6.10 --- cimTransmitDesEncryptionOpt (EnableDisable)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.6.11 --- cimReceiveDesEncryptionOpt (EnableDisable)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.6.12 --- cimIgmpOpt (EnableDisable)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.6.13 --- cimHeaderCompressionOpt (EnableDisable)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.7 --- cimDesEncryptConfig
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.7.1 --- cimTransmitEncryptEnabled (YesNo)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.7.2 --- cimReceiveDecryptEnabled (YesNo)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.7.3 --- cimTransmitKey1 (DisplayString)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.7.4 --- cimTransmitKey2 (DisplayString)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.7.5 --- cimReceiveKey1 (DisplayString)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.7.6 --- cimReceiveKey2 (DisplayString)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.8 --- cimSmtp
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.8.1 --- cimSmtpServerIpAddress (IpAddress)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.8.2 --- cimSmtpDomain (DisplayString)
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1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.8.3 --- cimSmtpDestinationName(DisplayString)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.9 --- cimSnmp
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.9.1 --- cimSnmpTrapDestinationIpAddress (IpAddress)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.9.2 --- cimSnmpTrapCommunity (DisplayString)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.9.3 --- cimSnmpTrapVersion (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.9.4 --- cimSnmpAuthenticationFailureCommunity
(DisplayString)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.9.5 --- cimSnmpAuthenticationFailureAddress (IpAddress)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.3 --- cimInterfaces
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.3.1 --- cimEthernetInterface
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.3.1.1 --- cimEthernetMacAddress (DisplayString)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.3.1.2 --- cimEthernetSpeed (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.3.1.3 --- cimEthernetIpAddress (IpAddress)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.3.1.4 --- cimEthernetSubnetPrefixLen (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.3.2 --- cimSatelliteInterface
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.3.2.1 --- cimSatelliteIpAddress (IpAddress)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.3.2.2 --- cimSatelliteSubnetPrefixLen (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.3.2.3 --- cimSatelliteReceiveEnable (EnableDisable)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.3.2.4 --- cimSatelliteTransmitEnable (EnableDisable)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.3.2.5 --- cimSatelliteHdlcAddress1 (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.3.2.6 --- cimSatelliteHdlcAddress2 (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.3.2.7 --- cimSatelliteHdlcAddress3 (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.3.2.8 --- cimSatelliteHdlcAddress4 (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.4 --- cimRouteTable
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.4.1 --- cimGlobalQosEnable (EnableDisable)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.4.3 --- cimIpRouteTable (SEQUENCE OF CimIpRouteEntry)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.4.3.1 --- cimIpRouteEntry (CimIpRouteEntry)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.4.3.1.1 --- cimIpRouteIndex (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.4.3.1.2 --- cimIpRouteName (DisplayString)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.4.3.1.3 --- cimIpRouteDestAddress (IpAddress)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.4.3.1.4 --- cimIpRouteDestMaskLen (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.4.3.1.5 --- cimIpRouteNextHopAddress (IpAddress)
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1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.4.3.1.6 --- cimIpRouteMulticastOptions (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.4.3.1.7 --- cimIpRouteMinQosBandwidth (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.4.3.1.8 --- cimIpRouteMaxQosBandwidth (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.4.3.1.9 --- cimIpRouteDesKey (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.4.3.1.10 --- cimIpRouteRowStatus (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.4.3.1.11 --- cimIpRoutePriority (INTEGER32)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5 --- cimProtocols
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.1 --- cimIgmpConfig
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.1.1 --- cimIgmpTable (SEQUENCE OF CimIgmpEntry)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.1.1.1 --- cimIgmpEntry (CimIgmpEntry)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.1.1.1.1 --- cimIgmpIndex (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.1.1.1.2 --- cimIgmpTTL (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.1.1.1.3 --- cimIgmpClientState (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.1.1.1.4 --- cimIgmpSrc (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.1.1.1.5 --- cimIgmpGroupIpAddress (IpAddress)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.1.2 --- cimIgmpReceiver
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.1.2.1 --- cimIgmpEnable (EnableDisable)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.1.2.2 --- cimIgmpQueryPeriod (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.1.2.3 --- cimIgmpMaxRespTime (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.1.2.4 --- cimIgmpMaxMissBeforeDrop (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.1.3 --- cimIgmpTransmiter
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.1.3.1 --- cimIgmpRecognizeQueries (EnableDisable)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.1.3.2 --- cimIgmpVersionUnsolicitedReports (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.1.3.3 --- cimIgmpForceAlertOption (EnableDisable)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.1.3.4 --- cimIgmpUnsolicitedReportInterval (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.2 --- cimArpConfig
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.2.1 --- cimFlushArpTable (YesNo)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.2.2 --- cimArpTable (SEQUENCE OF CimArpEntry)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.2.2.1 --- cimArpEntry (CimArpEntry)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.2.2.1.1 --- cimArpIndex (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.2.2.1.2 --- cimArpIpAddress (IpAddress)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.2.2.1.3 --- cimArpPhysAddress (DisplayString)
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1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.2.2.1.4 --- cimArpPhysType (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.2.2.1.5 --- cimArpRowStatus (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.6 --- cimRedundancy
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.6.1 --- cimCurrentRedundantState (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.6.2 --- cimLocalUnitManagementIpAddress (IpAddress)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.6.3 --- cimRedundantUnitManagementIpAddress (IpAddress)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.6.4 --- cimRedundantTrafficIpAddress (IpAddress)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.6.5 --- cimRedundantTrafficSubnetMaskLen (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.6.6 --- cimForceUnitOffline (YesNo)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.7 --- cimOperMaint
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.7.1 --- cimAppVersion (DisplayString)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.7.2 --- cimSaveConfiguration (TrueFalse)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.7.3 --- cimReset (TrueFalse)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.7.4 --- cimRemotePortBConfig
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.7.4.1 --- cimRemotePortBDeviceAddress (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.7.4.2 --- cimRemotePortBBaudRate (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.7.4.3 --- cimRemotePortBFormat (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.7.4.4 --- cimRemotePortBInterface (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8 --- cimStatistics
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.1 --- cimSatelliteTransmitStatistics
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.1.1 --- cimSatelliteTransmitTable (SEQUENCE OF
CimSatelliteTransmitEntry)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.1.1.1 --- cimSatelliteTransmitEntry
(CimSatelliteTransmitEntry)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.1.1.1.1 --- cimSatelliteTransmitIndex (Integer32)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.1.1.1.2 --- cimSatelliteTransmitRouteName (DisplayString)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.1.1.1.3 --- cimSatelliteTransmitTotalPacketsTransmitted
(Counter32)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.1.1.1.4 --- cimSatelliteTransmitTotalPacketsDropped
(Counter32)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.1.1.1.5 --- cimSatelliteTransmitMinDataRate (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.1.1.1.6 --- cimSatelliteTransmitMaxDataRate (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.1.1.1.7 --- cimSatelliteTransmitAvgDataRate (INTEGER)
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1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2 --- cimIpRoutingStatistics
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.1 --- cimUnicastIpPacketsToSatellite (Counter32)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.2 --- cimUnicastIpPacketsToEthernet (Counter32)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.3 --- cimMulticastIpPacketsToSatellite (Counter32)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.4 --- cimMulticastIpPacketsToEthernet (Counter32)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.5 --- cimBroadcastIpPacketsToSatellite (Counter32)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.6 --- cimBroadcastIpPacketsToEthernet (Counter32)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.7 --- cimPacketsFromSatellite (Counter32)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.8 --- cimTotalIpPacketsToSatellite (Counter32)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.9 --- cimTotalIpPacketsToEthernet (Counter32)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.10 --- cimIgmpPacketsReceived (Counter32)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.11 --- cimIpOptionPacketsReceived (Counter32)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.12 --- cimDroppedPacketsTotal (Counter32)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.13 --- cimDroppedPacketsTTLExpired (Counter32)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.14 --- cimDroppedPacketsBadIpHeader (Counter32)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.15 --- cimDroppedPacketsNoRoute (Counter32)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.16 --- cimDroppedPacketsMulticastNoStoe (Counter32)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.17 --- cimDroppedPacketsFiltered (Counter32)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.18 --- cimDroppedPacketsMulticastDisableGroup
(Counter32)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.19 --- cimDroppedPacketsNoArpEntry (Counter32)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.20 --- cimDroppedPacketsBadBufferLength (Counter32)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.21 --- cimDroppedPacketsBadIpVersion (Counter32)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.22 --- cimDroppedPacketsMiscellaneous (Counter32)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.23 --- cimDroppedPacketsQos (Counter32)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.24 --- cimDroppedPacketsQosBuffers (Counter32)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.25 --- cimDroppedPacketsDroppedBuffers (Counter32)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.26 --- cimResetCounters (YesNo)
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13.7 CIM IP CONTROLLER MIB
13.7.1 CIMCONTROLLER
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Child
Type
Organization
Last updated
Contact info
Description
cimController
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4)
CIMController
comtech
cimControllerIdentity
MODULE-IDENTITY
Comtech EF Data
200204180800Z
2114 West 7th Street Tempe, AZ 85281 USA
CIM IP Controller
13.7.2 CIMCONTROLLERIDENTITY
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Next sibling
Type
cimControllerIdentity
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimControllerIdentity(1)
CIMController
cimController
cimAdministration
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
13.7.3 CIMADMINISTRATION
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Child
Type
cimAdministration
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2)
CIMController
cimController
cimControllerIdentity
cimInterfaces
cimMibVersion
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
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13.7.4 CIMMIBVERSION
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cimMibVersion
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimMibVersion(1)
CIMController
cimAdministration
cimNamePasswordConfig
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-only
1..256
CIM Controller MIB Version
13.7.5 CIMNAMEPASSWORDCONFIG
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Child
Type
cimNamePasswordConfig
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.3
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimNamePasswordConf
ig(3)
CIMController
cimAdministration
cimMibVersion
cimAccessLists
cimAdminName
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
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13.7.6 CIMADMINNAME
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cimAdminName
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.3.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimNamePasswordConf
ig(3).cimAdminName(1)
CIMController
cimNamePasswordConfig
cimAdminPassword
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_OCTETS
OCTET STRING
DisplayString
current
read-write
1..16
Admin Login Name
13.7.7 CIMADMINPASSWORD
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cimAdminPassword
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.3.2
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimNamePasswordConf
ig(3).cimAdminPassword(2)
CIMController
cimNamePasswordConfig
cimAdminName
cimReadWriteName
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_OCTETS
OCTET STRING
DisplayString
current
read-write
1..16
Password for the Admin user
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13.7.8 CIMREADWRITENAME
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cimReadWriteName
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.3.3
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimNamePasswordConf
ig(3).cimReadWriteName(3)
CIMController
cimNamePasswordConfig
cimAdminPassword
cimReadWritePassword
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_OCTETS
OCTET STRING
DisplayString
current
read-write
1..16
Read/Write User Login Name
13.7.9 CIMREADWRITEPASSWORD
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimReadWritePassword
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.3.4
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimNamePasswordConf
ig(3).cimReadWritePassword(4)
CIMController
cimNamePasswordConfig
cimReadWriteName
cimReadOnlyName
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_OCTETS
OCTET STRING
DisplayString
current
read-write
Password for Read/Write User
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13.7.10 CIMREADONLYNAME
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cimReadOnlyName
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.3.5
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimNamePasswordConf
ig(3).cimReadOnlyName(5)
CIMController
cimNamePasswordConfig
cimReadWritePassword
cimReadOnlyPassword
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_OCTETS
OCTET STRING
DisplayString
current
read-write
1..16
Read-only User Login Name
13.7.11 CIMREADONLYPASSWORD
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cimReadOnlyPassword
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.3.6
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimNamePasswordConf
ig(3).cimReadOnlyPassword(6)
CIMController
cimNamePasswordConfig
cimReadOnlyName
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_OCTETS
OCTET STRING
DisplayString
current
read-write
1..16
Password for the Read-only user
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13.7.12 CIMACCESSLISTS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Child
Type
cimAccessLists
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.4
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimAccessLists(4)
CIMController
cimAdministration
cimNamePasswordConfig
cimFeaturesAvailability
cimAccessIpAddress1
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
13.7.13 CIMACCESSIPADDRESS1
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimAccessIpAddress1
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.4.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimAccessLists(4).cimA
ccessIpAddress1(1)
CIMController
cimAccessLists
cimAccessSubnetMaskLen1
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_IPADDR
IpAddress
IpAddress
current
read-write
Access IP Address 1
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13.7.14 CIMACCESSSUBNETMASKLEN1
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cimAccessSubnetMaskLen1
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.4.2
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimAccessLists(4).cimA
ccessSubnetMaskLen1(2)
CIMController
cimAccessLists
cimAccessIpAddress1
cimAccessIpAddress2
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
0..32
Subnet Mask Length 1
13.7.15 CIMACCESSIPADDRESS2
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimAccessIpAddress2
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.4.3
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimAccessLists(4).cimA
ccessIpAddress2(3)
CIMController
cimAccessLists
cimAccessSubnetMaskLen1
cimAccessSubnetMaskLen2
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_IPADDR
IpAddress
IpAddress
current
read-write
Access IP Address 2
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13.7.16 CIMACCESSSUBNETMASKLEN2
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cimAccessSubnetMaskLen2
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.4.4
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimAccessLists(4).cimA
ccessSubnetMaskLen2(4)
CIMController
cimAccessLists
cimAccessIpAddress2
cimAccessIpAddress3
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
0..32
Subnet Mask Length 2
13.7.17 CIMACCESSIPADDRESS3
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimAccessIpAddress3
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.4.5
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimAccessLists(4).cimA
ccessIpAddress3(5)
CIMController
cimAccessLists
cimAccessSubnetMaskLen2
cimAccessSubnetMaskLen3
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_IPADDR
IpAddress
IpAddress
current
read-write
Access IP Address 3
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13.7.18 CIMACCESSSUBNETMASKLEN3
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cimAccessSubnetMaskLen3
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.4.6
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimAccessLists(4).cimA
ccessSubnetMaskLen3(6)
CIMController
cimAccessLists
cimAccessIpAddress3
cimAccessIpAddress4
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
0..32
Subnet Mask Length 3
13.7.19 CIMACCESSIPADDRESS4
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimAccessIpAddress4
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.4.7
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimAccessLists(4).cimA
ccessIpAddress4(7)
CIMController
cimAccessLists
cimAccessSubnetMaskLen3
cimAccessSubnetMask4
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_IPADDR
IpAddress
IpAddress
current
read-write
Access IP Address 4
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13.7.20 CIMACCESSSUBNETMASK4
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cimAccessSubnetMask4
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.4.8
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimAccessLists(4).cimA
ccessSubnetMask4(8)
CIMController
cimAccessLists
cimAccessIpAddress4
cimAccessListEnforcement
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
0..32
Subnet Mask Length 4
13.7.21 CIMACCESSLISTENFORCEMENT
Name
OID
Full path
cimAccessListEnforcement
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.4.9
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimAccessLists(4).cimA
ccessListEnforcement(9)
Module
CIMController
Parent
cimAccessLists
Prev sibling
cimAccessSubnetMask4
Type
OBJECT-TYPE
Numerical syntax
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
Base syntax
INTEGER
Composed syntax
YesNo
Status
current
Max-access
read-write
Description
Access List Enforcement
Note:
Be sure that you have added the SNMP browser's/manager's IP Address to the access list before
enabling access list filtering. Otherwise, the SNMP browser/manager will no longer be able to gain
access to the CiM.
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13.7.22 CIMFEATURESAVAILABILITY
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Child
Type
cimFeaturesAvailability
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.5
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimFeaturesAvailability(
5)
CIMController
cimAdministration
cimAccessLists
cimFeaturesConfig
cimDatagramCompressionOption
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
13.7.23 CIMDATAGRAMCOMPRESSIONOPTION
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimDatagramCompressionOption
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.5.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimFeaturesAvailability(
5).cimDatagramCompressionOption(1)
CIMController
cimFeaturesAvailability
cimNaptOption
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
Availability
current
read-only
Availability of Datagram Compression Option
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13.7.24 CIMNAPTOPTION
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimNaptOption
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.5.2
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimFeaturesAvailability(
5).cimNaptOption(2)
CIMController
cimFeaturesAvailability
cimDatagramCompressionOption
cimQosOption
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
Availability
current
read-only
Availability of NAPT Option
13.7.25 CIMQOSOPTION
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimQosOption
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.5.3
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimFeaturesAvailability(
5).cimQosOption(3)
CIMController
cimFeaturesAvailability
cimNaptOption
cimTcpAccelerationOption
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
Availability
current
read-only
Availability of QOS Option
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13.7.26 CIMTCPACCELERATIONOPTION
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimTcpAccelerationOption
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.5.4
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimFeaturesAvailability(
5).cimTcpAccelerationOption(4)
CIMController
cimFeaturesAvailability
cimQosOption
cimTransparentBridgeOption
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
Availability
current
read-only
Availability of TCP Acceleration Option
13.7.27 CIMTRANSPARENTBRIDGEOPTION
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimTransparentBridgeOption
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.5.5
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimFeaturesAvailability(
5).cimTransparentBridgeOption(5)
CIMController
cimFeaturesAvailability
cimTcpAccelerationOption
cimEncryptionOption
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
Availability
current
read-only
Availability of Transparent Bridge Option
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13.7.28 CIMENCRYPTIONOPTION
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimEncryptionOption
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.5.6
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimFeaturesAvailability(
5).cimEncryptionOption(6)
CIMController
cimFeaturesAvailability
cimTransparentBridgeOption
cimIgmpOption
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
Availability
current
read-only
Availability of Encryption Option
13.7.29 CIMIGMPOPTION
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimIgmpOption
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.5.7
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimFeaturesAvailability(
5).cimIgmpOption(7)
CIMController
cimFeaturesAvailability
cimEncryptionOption
cimHeaderCompressionOption
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
Availability
current
read-only
Availability of IGMP Option
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13.7.30 CIMHEADERCOMPRESSIONOPTION
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimHeaderCompressionOption
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.5.8
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimFeaturesAvailability(
5).cimHeaderCompressionOption(8)
CIMController
cimFeaturesAvailability
cimIgmpOption
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
Availability
current
read-only
Availability of Header Compression Option
13.7.31 CIMFEATURESCONFIG
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Child
Type
cimFeaturesConfig
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.6
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimFeaturesConfig(6)
CIMController
cimAdministration
cimFeaturesAvailability
cimDesEncryptConfig
cimMidasFeature
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
13.7.32 CIMMIDASFEATURE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimMidasFeature
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.6.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimFeaturesConfig(6).ci
mMidasFeature(1)
CIMController
cimFeaturesConfig
cimTelnetFeature
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
EnableDisable
current
read-write
Disable or Enable MIDAS Feature
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13.7.33 CIMTELNETFEATURE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimTelnetFeature
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.6.2
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimFeaturesConfig(6).ci
mTelnetFeature(2)
CIMController
cimFeaturesConfig
cimMidasFeature
cimPingResponseFeature
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
EnableDisable
current
read-write
Disable or Enable Telnet Access Feature
13.7.34 CIMPINGRESPONSEFEATURE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimPingResponseFeature
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.6.3
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimFeaturesConfig(6).ci
mPingResponseFeature(3)
CIMController
cimFeaturesConfig
cimTelnetFeature
cimDownlinkMulticastRoutingFeature
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
EnableDisable
current
read-write
Disable or Enable Respones to Ping Feature
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13.7.35 CIMDOWNLINKMULTICASTROUTINGFEATURE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimDownlinkMulticastRoutingFeature
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.6.4
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimFeaturesConfig(6).ci
mDownlinkMulticastRoutingFeature(4)
CIMController
cimFeaturesConfig
cimPingResponseFeature
cimDatagramCompressionOpt
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
EnableDisable
current
read-write
Multi-cast Routing Enable or Disable
13.7.36 CIMDATAGRAMCOMPRESSIONOPT
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimDatagramCompressionOpt
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.6.5
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimFeaturesConfig(6).ci
mDatagramCompressionOpt(5)
CIMController
cimFeaturesConfig
cimDownlinkMulticastRoutingFeature
cimNaptOpt
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
EnableDisable
current
read-write
Disable or Enable Datagram Compression Option
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13.7.37 CIMNAPTOPT
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimNaptOpt
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.6.6
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimFeaturesConfig(6).ci
mNaptOpt(6)
CIMController
cimFeaturesConfig
cimDatagramCompressionOpt
cimQosOpt
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
EnableDisable
current
read-write
Disable or Enable NAPT Option
13.7.38 CIMQOSOPT
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimQosOpt
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.6.7
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimFeaturesConfig(6).ci
mQosOpt(7)
CIMController
cimFeaturesConfig
cimNaptOpt
cimTcpAccelerationOpt
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
EnableDisable
current
read-write
Disable or Enable QOS Option
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13.7.39 CIMTCPACCELERATIONOPT
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimTcpAccelerationOpt
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.6.8
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimFeaturesConfig(6).ci
mTcpAccelerationOpt(8)
CIMController
cimFeaturesConfig
cimQosOpt
cimTransparenetBridgeOpt
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
EnableDisable
current
read-write
Disable or Enable TCP Acceleration Option
13.7.40 CIMTRANSPARENETBRIDGEOPT
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimTransparenetBridgeOpt
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.6.9
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimFeaturesConfig(6).ci
mTransparenetBridgeOpt(9)
CIMController
cimFeaturesConfig
cimTcpAccelerationOpt
cimTransmitDesEncryptionOpt
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
EnableDisable
current
read-write
Disable or Enable Transparent Bridging Option
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13.7.41 CIMTRANSMITDESENCRYPTIONOPT
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimTransmitDesEncryptionOpt
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.6.10
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimFeaturesConfig(6).ci
mTransmitDesEncryptionOpt(10)
CIMController
cimFeaturesConfig
cimTransparenetBridgeOpt
cimReceiveDesEncryptionOpt
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
EnableDisable
current
read-write
Transmit DES Encryption Disable or Enable Option
13.7.42 CIMRECEIVEDESENCRYPTIONOPT
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimReceiveDesEncryptionOpt
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.6.11
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimFeaturesConfig(6).ci
mReceiveDesEncryptionOpt(11)
CIMController
cimFeaturesConfig
cimTransmitDesEncryptionOpt
cimIgmpOpt
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
EnableDisable
current
read-write
Receive DES Encryption Disable or Enable Option
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13.7.43 CIMIGMPOPT
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimIgmpOpt
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.6.12
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimFeaturesConfig(6).ci
mIgmpOpt(12)
CIMController
cimFeaturesConfig
cimReceiveDesEncryptionOpt
cimHeaderCompressionOpt
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
EnableDisable
current
read-write
Disable or Enable IGMP Option
13.7.44 CIMHEADERCOMPRESSIONOPT
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimHeaderCompressionOpt
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.6.13
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimFeaturesConfig(6).ci
mHeaderCompressionOpt(13)
CIMController
cimFeaturesConfig
cimIgmpOpt
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
EnableDisable
current
read-write
Disable or Enable Header Compression Option
288
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
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13.7.45 CIMDESENCRYPTCONFIG
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Child
Type
cimDesEncryptConfig
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.7
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimDesEncryptConfig(7
)
CIMController
cimAdministration
cimFeaturesConfig
cimSmtp
cimTransmitEncryptEnabled
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
13.7.46 CIMTRANSMITENCRYPTENABLED
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Description
cimTransmitEncryptEnabled
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.7.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimDesEncryptConfig(7
).cimTransmitEncryptEnabled(1)
CIMController
cimDesEncryptConfig
cimReceiveDecryptEnabled
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
YesNo
current
Transmit Encrypt Enable
289
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
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13.7.47 CIMRECEIVEDECRYPTENABLED
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimReceiveDecryptEnabled
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.7.2
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimDesEncryptConfig(7
).cimReceiveDecryptEnabled(2)
CIMController
cimDesEncryptConfig
cimTransmitEncryptEnabled
cimTransmitKey1
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
YesNo
current
read-write
Receive Decrypt Enable
13.7.48 CIMTRANSMITKEY1
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cimTransmitKey1
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.7.3
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimDesEncryptConfig(7
).cimTransmitKey1(3)
CIMController
cimDesEncryptConfig
cimReceiveDecryptEnabled
cimTransmitKey2
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_OCTETS
OCTET STRING
DisplayString
current
read-write
1..20
Transmit Encrypt Key 1
290
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SNMP interface
Rev. 2
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13.7.49 CIMTRANSMITKEY2
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cimTransmitKey2
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.7.4
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimDesEncryptConfig(7
).cimTransmitKey2(4)
CIMController
cimDesEncryptConfig
cimTransmitKey1
cimReceiveKey1
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_OCTETS
OCTET STRING
DisplayString
current
read-write
1..20
Transmit Encrypt Key 2
13.7.50 CIMRECEIVEKEY1
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cimReceiveKey1
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.7.5
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimDesEncryptConfig(7
).cimReceiveKey1(5)
CIMController
cimDesEncryptConfig
cimTransmitKey2
cimReceiveKey2
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_OCTETS
OCTET STRING
DisplayString
current
read-write
1..20
Receive Decrypt Key 1
291
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
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13.7.51 CIMRECEIVEKEY2
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cimReceiveKey2
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.7.6
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimDesEncryptConfig(7
).cimReceiveKey2(6)
CIMController
cimDesEncryptConfig
cimReceiveKey1
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_OCTETS
OCTET STRING
DisplayString
current
read-write
1..20
Receive Decrypt Key 2
13.7.52 CIMSMTP
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Child
Type
cimSmtp
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.8
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimSmtp(8)
CIMController
cimAdministration
cimDesEncryptConfig
cimSnmp
cimSmtpServerIpAddress
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
292
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
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13.7.53 CIMSMTPSERVERIPADDRESS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimSmtpServerIpAddress
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.8.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimSmtp(8).cimSmtpSe
rverIpAddress(1)
CIMController
cimSmtp
cimSmtpDomain
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_IPADDR
IpAddress
IpAddress
current
read-write
SMTP Sever IP Address
13.7.54 CIMSMTPDOMAIN
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cimSmtpDomain
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.8.2
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimSmtp(8).cimSmtpDo
main(2)
CIMController
cimSmtp
cimSmtpServerIpAddress
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_OCTETS
OCTET STRING
DisplayString
current
read-write
0..20
SMTP Domain
293
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SNMP interface
Rev. 2
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13.7.55 CIMSMTPDESTINATIONNAME
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cimSmtpDestination
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.8.3
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimSmtp(8).cimSmtpDe
stinationName(3)
CIMController
cimSmtp
cimSmtpServerDomain
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_OCTETS
OCTET STRING
DisplayString
current
read-write
0..20
SMTP Destination Email User Name
13.7.56 CIMSNMP
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Child
Type
cimSnmp
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.9
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimSnmp(9)
CIMController
cimAdministration
cimSmtp
cimSnmpTrapDestinationIpAddress
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
294
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
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13.7.57 CIMSNMPTRAPDESTINATIONIPADDRESS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimSnmpTrapDestinationIpAddress
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.9.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimSnmp(9).cimSnmpT
rapDestinationIpAddress(1)
CIMController
cimSnmp
cimSnmpTrapCommunity
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_IPADDR
IpAddress
IpAddress
current
read-write
SNMP Trap Destination IP Address
13.7.58 CIMSNMPTRAPCOMMUNITY
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cimSnmpTrapCommunity
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.9.2
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimSnmp(9).cimSnmpT
rapCommunity(2)
CIMController
cimSnmp
cimSnmpTrapDestinationIpAddress
cimSnmpTrapVersion
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_OCTETS
OCTET STRING
DisplayString
current
read-write
0..20
SNMP Trap Community
295
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
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13.7.59 CIMSNMPTRAPVERSION
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
2
Description
cimSnmpTrapVersion
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.9.3
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimSnmp(9).cimSnmpT
rapVersion(3)
CIMController
cimSnmp
cimSnmpTrapCommunity
cimSnmpAuthenticationFailureCommunity
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
snmpV1(1)
snmpV2(2)
SNMP Trap Version
13.7.60 CIMSNMPAUTHENTICATIONFAILURECOMMUNITY
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Size list
1
Description
cimSnmpAuthenticationFailureCommunity
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.9.4
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimSnmp(9).cimSnmpA
uthenticationFailureCommunity(4)
CIMController
cimSnmp
cimSnmpTrapVersion
cimSnmpAuthenticationFailureAddress
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_OCTETS
OCTET STRING
DisplayString
current
0..20
Failed Community String
296
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
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13.7.61 CIMSNMPAUTHENTICATIONFAILUREADDRESS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Description
cimSnmpAuthenticationFailureAddress
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.2.9.5
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimAdministration(2).cimSnmp(9).cimSnmpA
uthenticationFailureAddress(5)
CIMController
cimSnmp
cimSnmpAuthenticationFailureCommunity
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_IPADDR
IpAddress
IpAddress
current
Address that send failed community string
13.7.62 CIMINTERFACES
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Child
Type
cimInterfaces
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.3
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimInterfaces(3)
CIMController
cimController
cimAdministration
cimRouteTable
cimEthernetInterface
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
13.7.63 CIMETHERNETINTERFACE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Next sibling
Child
Type
cimEthernetInterface
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.3.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimInterfaces(3).cimEthernetInterface(1)
CIMController
cimInterfaces
cimSatelliteInterface
cimEthernetMacAddress
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
297
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
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13.7.64 CIMETHERNETMACADDRESS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cimEthernetMacAddress
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.3.1.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimInterfaces(3).cimEthernetInterface(1).cim
EthernetMacAddress(1)
CIMController
cimEthernetInterface
cimEthernetSpeed
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_OCTETS
OCTET STRING
DisplayString
current
read-only
12
Ethernet MAC Address
13.7.65 CIMETHERNETSPEED
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
2
3
4
5
Description
cimEthernetSpeed
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.3.1.2
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimInterfaces(3).cimEthernetInterface(1).cim
EthernetSpeed(2)
CIMController
cimEthernetInterface
cimEthernetMacAddress
cimEthernetIpAddress
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
auto(1)
halfDuplex10M(2)
halfDuplex100M(3)
fullDuplex10M(4)
fullDuplex100M(5)
Ethernet Speed Mode
298
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
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13.7.66 CIMETHERNETIPADDRESS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimEthernetIpAddress
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.3.1.3
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimInterfaces(3).cimEthernetInterface(1).cim
EthernetIpAddress(3)
CIMController
cimEthernetInterface
cimEthernetSpeed
cimEthernetSubnetPrefixLen
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_IPADDR
IpAddress
IpAddress
current
read-write
Ethernet IP Address
13.7.67 CIMETHERNETSUBNETPREFIXLEN
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cimEthernetSubnetPrefixLen
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.3.1.4
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimInterfaces(3).cimEthernetInterface(1).cim
EthernetSubnetPrefixLen(4)
CIMController
cimEthernetInterface
cimEthernetIpAddress
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
8..30
Number of set bits in the Ethernet Subnet Mask
299
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13.7.68 CIMSATELLITEINTERFACE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Child
Type
cimSatelliteInterface
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.3.2
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimInterfaces(3).cimSatelliteInterface(2)
CIMController
cimInterfaces
cimEthernetInterface
cimSatelliteIpAddress
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
13.7.69 CIMSATELLITEIPADDRESS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimSatelliteIpAddress
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.3.2.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimInterfaces(3).cimSatelliteInterface(2).cim
SatelliteIpAddress(1)
CIMController
cimSatelliteInterface
cimSatelliteSubnetPrefixLen
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_IPADDR
IpAddress
IpAddress
current
read-write
Satellite IP Address
300
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
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13.7.70 CIMSATELLITESUBNETPREFIXLEN
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cimSatelliteSubnetPrefixLen
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.3.2.2
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimInterfaces(3).cimSatelliteInterface(2).cim
SatelliteSubnetPrefixLen(2)
CIMController
cimSatelliteInterface
cimSatelliteIpAddress
cimSatelliteReceiveEnable
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
8..30
Number of bits in the Satellite Subnet Mask
13.7.71 CIMSATELLITERECEIVEENABLE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimSatelliteReceiveEnable
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.3.2.3
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimInterfaces(3).cimSatelliteInterface(2).cim
SatelliteReceiveEnable(3)
CIMController
cimSatelliteInterface
cimSatelliteSubnetPrefixLen
cimSatelliteTransmitEnable
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
EnableDisable
current
read-write
Satellite Recieve Enable
301
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
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13.7.72 CIMSATELLITETRANSMITENABLE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimSatelliteTransmitEnable
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.3.2.4
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimInterfaces(3).cimSatelliteInterface(2).cim
SatelliteTransmitEnable(4)
CIMController
cimSatelliteInterface
cimSatelliteReceiveEnable
cimSatelliteHdlcAddress1
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
EnableDisable
current
read-write
Satellite Transmit Enable
13.7.73 CIMSATELLITEHDLCADDRESS1
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
2
Description
cimSatelliteHdlcAddress1
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.3.2.5
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimInterfaces(3).cimSatelliteInterface(2).cim
SatelliteHdlcAddress1(5)
CIMController
cimSatelliteInterface
cimSatelliteTransmitEnable
cimSatelliteHdlcAddress2
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
-1
1..65535
HDLC Channel Address #1 filtered by the HSR Setting a value of 1 or 65535 (i.e. 0xffff) deletes the address.
302
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
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Rev. 2
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13.7.74 CIMSATELLITEHDLCADDRESS2
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
2
Description
cimSatelliteHdlcAddress2
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.3.2.6
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimInterfaces(3).cimSatelliteInterface(2).cim
SatelliteHdlcAddress2(6)
CIMController
cimSatelliteInterface
cimSatelliteHdlcAddress1
cimSatelliteHdlcAddress3
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
-1
1..65535
HDLC Channel Address #2 filtered by the HSR Setting a value of 1 or 65535 (i.e. 0xffff) deletes the address.
13.7.75 CIMSATELLITEHDLCADDRESS3
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
2
Description
cimSatelliteHdlcAddress3
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.3.2.7
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimInterfaces(3).cimSatelliteInterface(2).cim
SatelliteHdlcAddress3(7)
CIMController
cimSatelliteInterface
cimSatelliteHdlcAddress2
cimSatelliteHdlcAddress4
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
-1
1..65535
HDLC Channel Address #3 filtered by the HSR Setting a value of 1 or 65535 (i.e. 0xffff) deletes the address.
303
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Rev. 2
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13.7.76 CIMSATELLITEHDLCADDRESS4
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
2
Description
cimSatelliteHdlcAddress4
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.3.2.8
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimInterfaces(3).cimSatelliteInterface(2).cim
SatelliteHdlcAddress4(8)
CIMController
cimSatelliteInterface
cimSatelliteHdlcAddress3
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
-1
1..65535
HDLC Channel Address #4 filtered by the HSR Setting a value of 1 or 65535 (i.e. 0xffff) deletes the address.
13.7.77 CIMROUTETABLE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Child
Type
cimRouteTable
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.4
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimRouteTable(4)
CIMController
cimController
cimInterfaces
cimProtocols
cimGlobalQosEnable
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
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13.7.78 CIMGLOBALQOSENABLE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimGlobalQosEnable
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.4.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimRouteTable(4).cimGlobalQosEnable(1)
CIMController
cimRouteTable
cimIpRouteTable
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
EnableDisable
current
read-only
Enable / Disable Quality of Service (QOS)
13.7.79 CIMIPROUTETABLE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Child
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimIpRouteTable
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.4.3
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimRouteTable(4).cimIpRouteTable(3)
CIMController
cimRouteTable
cimGlobalQosEnable
cimIpRouteEntry
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_SEQUENCE
SEQUENCE OF CimIpRouteEntry
SEQUENCE OF CimIpRouteEntry
current
not-accessible
CIM IP Route Table
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13.7.80 CIMIPROUTEENTRY
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Child
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Sequences
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Indexes
1
Description
cimIpRouteEntry
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.4.3.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimRouteTable(4).cimIpRouteTable(3).cimIp
RouteEntry(1)
CIMController
cimIpRouteTable
cimIpRouteIndex
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_NULL
CimIpRouteEntry
CimIpRouteEntry
current
not-accessible
cimIpRouteIndex - INTEGER(2 - int, int32)
cimIpRouteName - DisplayString(4 - octets)
cimIpRouteDestAddress - IpAddress(64 - ipaddr)
cimIpRouteDestMaskLen - INTEGER(2 - int, int32)
cimIpRouteNextHopAddress - IpAddress(64 - ipaddr)
cimIpRouteMulticastOptions - INTEGER(2 - int, int32)
cimIpRouteMinQosBandwidth - INTEGER(2 - int, int32)
cimIpRouteMaxQosBandwidth - INTEGER(2 - int, int32)
cimIpRouteDesKey - INTEGER(2 - int, int32)
cimIpRouteRowStatus - INTEGER(2 - int, int32)
cimIpRouteIndex
CIM IP Route Entry
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13.7.81 CIMIPROUTEINDEX
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cimIpRouteIndex
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.4.3.1.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimRouteTable(4).cimIpRouteTable(3).cimIp
RouteEntry(1).cimIpRouteIndex(1)
CIMController
cimIpRouteEntry
cimIpRouteName
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
1..1024
Route Table Index
13.7.82 CIMIPROUTENAME
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cimIpRouteName
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.4.3.1.2
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimRouteTable(4).cimIpRouteTable(3).cimIp
RouteEntry(1).cimIpRouteName(2)
CIMController
cimIpRouteEntry
cimIpRouteIndex
cimIpRouteDestAddress
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_OCTETS
OCTET STRING
DisplayString
current
read-write
0..14
Route Name
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13.7.83 CIMIPROUTEDESTADDRESS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimIpRouteDestAddress
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.4.3.1.3
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimRouteTable(4).cimIpRouteTable(3).cimIp
RouteEntry(1).cimIpRouteDestAddress(3)
CIMController
cimIpRouteEntry
cimIpRouteName
cimIpRouteDestMaskLen
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_IPADDR
IpAddress
IpAddress
current
read-write
Destination IP Address for Route
13.7.84 CIMIPROUTEDESTMASKLEN
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cimIpRouteDestMaskLen
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.4.3.1.4
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimRouteTable(4).cimIpRouteTable(3).cimIp
RouteEntry(1).cimIpRouteDestMaskLen(4)
CIMController
cimIpRouteEntry
cimIpRouteDestAddress
cimIpRouteNextHopAddress
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
0..32
Number of bits in the subnet mask for the Destination IP Address
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13.7.85 CIMIPROUTENEXTHOPADDRESS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimIpRouteNextHopAddress
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.4.3.1.5
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimRouteTable(4).cimIpRouteTable(3).cimIp
RouteEntry(1).cimIpRouteNextHopAddress(5)
CIMController
cimIpRouteEntry
cimIpRouteDestMaskLen
cimIpRouteMulticastOptions
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_IPADDR
IpAddress
IpAddress
current
read-write
Next Hop IP Address
13.7.86 CIMIPROUTEMULTICASTOPTIONS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
2
3
4
Default values
1
Description
cimIpRouteMulticastOptions
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.4.3.1.6
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimRouteTable(4).cimIpRouteTable(3).cimIp
RouteEntry(1).cimIpRouteMulticastOptions(6)
CIMController
cimIpRouteEntry
cimIpRouteNextHopAddress
cimIpRouteMinQosBandwidth
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
noRouting(1)
ethToSatRouting(2)
satToEthRouting(3)
satToEthAndEthToSatRouting(4)
1 (int)
Multicast Routing Options
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13.7.87 CIMIPROUTEMINQOSBANDWIDTH
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Default values
1
Description
cimIpRouteMinQosBandwidth
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.4.3.1.7
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimRouteTable(4).cimIpRouteTable(3).cimIp
RouteEntry(1).cimIpRouteMinQosBandwidth(7)
CIMController
cimIpRouteEntry
cimIpRouteMulticastOptions
cimIpRouteMaxQosBandwidth
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
0..999999999
0 (int)
Minimum bandwidth
13.7.88 CIMIPROUTEMAXQOSBANDWIDTH
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Default values
1
Description
cimIpRouteMaxQosBandwidth
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.4.3.1.8
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimRouteTable(4).cimIpRouteTable(3).cimIp
RouteEntry(1).cimIpRouteMaxQosBandwidth(8)
CIMController
cimIpRouteEntry
cimIpRouteMinQosBandwidth
cimIpRouteDesKey
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
0..999999999
0 (int)
Maximum bandwidth
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13.7.89 CIMIPROUTEDESKEY
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
2
3
4
Default values
1
Description
cimIpRouteDesKey
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.4.3.1.9
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimRouteTable(4).cimIpRouteTable(3).cimIp
RouteEntry(1).cimIpRouteDesKey(9)
CIMController
cimIpRouteEntry
cimIpRouteMaxQosBandwidth
cimIpRouteRowStatus
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
clear(1)
key1(2)
key2(3)
random(4)
1 (int)
Picks which DES key to use for this flow.
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13.7.90 CIMIPROUTEROWSTATUS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
2
3
4
5
6
Description
cimIpRouteRowStatus
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.4.3.1.10
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimRouteTable(4).cimIpRouteTable(3).cimIp
RouteEntry(1).cimIpRouteRowStatus(10)
CIMController
cimIpRouteEntry
cimIpRouteDesKey
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
active(1)
notInService(2)
notReady(3)
createAndGo(4)
createAndWait(5)
destroy(6)
In SMIv2 tables, the RowStatus textual convention is used to
manage the creation and deletion of conceptual rows. This column
has six defined values:
active(1) - which indicates that the conceptual row with all column
is available for use by the managed device
notInService(2) - this row state is not yet supported
notReady(3) - this row state is not yet supported
createAndGo(4) - which is supplied by a manager wishing to create
a new instance of a conceptual row and to have its status
automatically set to active, making it available for use by
the managed device.
createAndWait(5) - this row create is not yet supported
destroy(6) - which is supplied by a manager wishing to delete all of
the instances associated with an existing conceptual row.
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13.7.91 CIMIPROUTEPRIORITY
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cimIpRoutePriority
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.4.3.1.11
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(62
47).cimController(4).cimRouteTable(4).cimIpRouteTable(3).cimIpRo
uteEntry(1).cimIpRoutePriority(11)
CIMController
cimIpRouteEntry
cimIpRouteRowStatus
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
Integer32
Integer32
current
read-write
1..2
Route QoS Priority
13.7.92 CIMPROTOCOLS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Child
Type
cimProtocols
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimProtocols(5)
CIMController
cimController
cimRouteTable
cimRedundancy
cimIgmpConfig
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
13.7.93 CIMIGMPCONFIG
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Next sibling
Child
Type
cimIgmpConfig
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimProtocols(5).cimIgmpConfig(1)
CIMController
cimProtocols
cimArpConfig
cimIgmpTable
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
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13.7.94 CIMIGMPTABLE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Next sibling
Child
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimIgmpTable
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.1.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimProtocols(5).cimIgmpConfig(1).cimIgmpT
able(1)
CIMController
cimIgmpConfig
cimIgmpReceiver
cimIgmpEntry
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_SEQUENCE
SEQUENCE OF CimIgmpEntry
SEQUENCE OF CimIgmpEntry
current
not-accessible
IGMP Table
13.7.95 CIMIGMPENTRY
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Child
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Sequences
1
2
3
4
5
Indexes
1
Description
cimIgmpEntry
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.1.1.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimProtocols(5).cimIgmpConfig(1).cimIgmpT
able(1).cimIgmpEntry(1)
CIMController
cimIgmpTable
cimIgmpIndex
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_NULL
CimIgmpEntry
CimIgmpEntry
current
not-accessible
cimIgmpIndex - INTEGER(2 - int, int32)
cimIgmpTTL - INTEGER(2 - int, int32)
cimIgmpClientState - INTEGER(2 - int, int32)
cimIgmpSrc - INTEGER(2 - int, int32)
cimIgmpGroupIpAddress - IpAddress(64 - ipaddr)
cimIgmpIndex
IGMP Entry
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13.7.96 CIMIGMPINDEX
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cimIgmpIndex
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.1.1.1.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimProtocols(5).cimIgmpConfig(1).cimIgmpT
able(1).cimIgmpEntry(1).cimIgmpIndex(1)
CIMController
cimIgmpEntry
cimIgmpTTL
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-only
1..256
IGMP Table Index
13.7.97 CIMIGMPTTL
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cimIgmpTTL
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.1.1.1.2
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimProtocols(5).cimIgmpConfig(1).cimIgmpT
able(1).cimIgmpEntry(1).cimIgmpTTL(2)
CIMController
cimIgmpEntry
cimIgmpIndex
cimIgmpClientState
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-only
0..255
IGMP Time to live (TTL)
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13.7.98 CIMIGMPCLIENTSTATE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
2
3
Description
cimIgmpClientState
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.1.1.1.3
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimProtocols(5).cimIgmpConfig(1).cimIgmpT
able(1).cimIgmpEntry(1).cimIgmpClientState(3)
CIMController
cimIgmpEntry
cimIgmpTTL
cimIgmpSrc
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-only
idle(1)
active(2)
closing(3)
IGMP Client State
13.7.99 CIMIGMPSRC
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
2
Description
cimIgmpSrc
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.1.1.1.4
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimProtocols(5).cimIgmpConfig(1).cimIgmpT
able(1).cimIgmpEntry(1).cimIgmpSrc(4)
CIMController
cimIgmpEntry
cimIgmpClientState
cimIgmpGroupIpAddress
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-only
other(1)
sat(2)
IGMP Source
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13.7.100 CIMIGMPGROUPIPADDRESS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimIgmpGroupIpAddress
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.1.1.1.5
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimProtocols(5).cimIgmpConfig(1).cimIgmpT
able(1).cimIgmpEntry(1).cimIgmpGroupIpAddress(5)
CIMController
cimIgmpEntry
cimIgmpSrc
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_IPADDR
IpAddress
IpAddress
current
read-only
IGMP Group IP Address
13.7.101 CIMIGMPRECEIVER
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Child
Type
cimIgmpReceiver
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.1.2
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimProtocols(5).cimIgmpConfig(1).cimIgmpR
eceiver(2)
CIMController
cimIgmpConfig
cimIgmpTable
cimIgmpTransmiter
cimIgmpEnable
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
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13.7.102 CIMIGMPENABLE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimIgmpEnable
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.1.2.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimProtocols(5).cimIgmpConfig(1).cimIgmpR
eceiver(2).cimIgmpEnable(1)
CIMController
cimIgmpReceiver
cimIgmpQueryPeriod
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
EnableDisable
current
read-write
True means IGMP is enabled, false means IGMP is disabled
13.7.103 CIMIGMPQUERYPERIOD
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cimIgmpQueryPeriod
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.1.2.2
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimProtocols(5).cimIgmpConfig(1).cimIgmpR
eceiver(2).cimIgmpQueryPeriod(2)
CIMController
cimIgmpReceiver
cimIgmpEnable
cimIgmpMaxRespTime
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
1..600
IGMP Query Period
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13.7.104 CIMIGMPMAXRESPTIME
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cimIgmpMaxRespTime
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.1.2.3
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimProtocols(5).cimIgmpConfig(1).cimIgmpR
eceiver(2).cimIgmpMaxRespTime(3)
CIMController
cimIgmpReceiver
cimIgmpQueryPeriod
cimIgmpMaxMissBeforeDrop
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
1..600
IGMP Max Response Time
13.7.105 CIMIGMPMAXMISSBEFOREDROP
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cimIgmpMaxMissBeforeDrop
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.1.2.4
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimProtocols(5).cimIgmpConfig(1).cimIgmpR
eceiver(2).cimIgmpMaxMissBeforeDrop(4)
CIMController
cimIgmpReceiver
cimIgmpMaxRespTime
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
1..30
Max missed responses from a Report before dropping
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13.7.106 CIMIGMPTRANSMITER
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Child
Type
cimIgmpTransmiter
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.1.3
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimProtocols(5).cimIgmpConfig(1).cimIgmpTr
ansmiter(3)
CIMController
cimIgmpConfig
cimIgmpReceiver
cimIgmpRecognizeQueries
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
13.7.107 CIMIGMPRECOGNIZEQUERIES
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimIgmpRecognizeQueries
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.1.3.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimProtocols(5).cimIgmpConfig(1).cimIgmpTr
ansmiter(3).cimIgmpRecognizeQueries(1)
CIMController
cimIgmpTransmiter
cimIgmpVersionUnsolicitedReports
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
EnableDisable
current
read-write
Recognize IGMP Queries
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13.7.108 CIMIGMPVERSIONUNSOLICITEDREPORTS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
2
Description
cimIgmpVersionUnsolicitedReports
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.1.3.2
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimProtocols(5).cimIgmpConfig(1).cimIgmpTr
ansmiter(3).cimIgmpVersionUnsolicitedReports(2)
CIMController
cimIgmpTransmiter
cimIgmpRecognizeQueries
cimIgmpForceAlertOption
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
v1(1)
v2(2)
IGMP Version used for Unsolicited Reports v1 or v2
13.7.109 CIMIGMPFORCEALERTOPTION
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimIgmpForceAlertOption
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.1.3.3
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimProtocols(5).cimIgmpConfig(1).cimIgmpTr
ansmiter(3).cimIgmpForceAlertOption(3)
CIMController
cimIgmpTransmiter
cimIgmpVersionUnsolicitedReports
cimIgmpUnsolicitedReportInterval
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
EnableDisable
current
read-write
Force Cisco Router Alert Option sending V1 reports
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13.7.110 CIMIGMPUNSOLICITEDREPORTINTERVAL
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cimIgmpUnsolicitedReportInterval
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.1.3.4
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimProtocols(5).cimIgmpConfig(1).cimIgmpTr
ansmiter(3).cimIgmpUnsolicitedReportInterval(4)
CIMController
cimIgmpTransmiter
cimIgmpForceAlertOption
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
0..25
Unsolicited Report Interval, sec
13.7.111 CIMARPCONFIG
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Child
Type
cimArpConfig
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.2
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimProtocols(5).cimArpConfig(2)
CIMController
cimProtocols
cimIgmpConfig
cimFlushArpTable
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
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13.7.112 CIMFLUSHARPTABLE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimFlushArpTable
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.2.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimProtocols(5).cimArpConfig(2).cimFlushAr
pTable(1)
CIMController
cimArpConfig
cimArpTable
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
YesNo
current
read-write
True flushes the non-static arp table.
13.7.113 CIMARPTABLE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Child
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimArpTable
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.2.2
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimProtocols(5).cimArpConfig(2).cimArpTabl
e(2)
CIMController
cimArpConfig
cimFlushArpTable
cimArpEntry
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_SEQUENCE
SEQUENCE OF CimArpEntry
SEQUENCE OF CimArpEntry
current
not-accessible
CIM ARP Table
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13.7.114 CIMARPENTRY
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Child
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Sequences
1
2
3
4
5
Indexes
1
Description
cimArpEntry
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.2.2.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimProtocols(5).cimArpConfig(2).cimArpTabl
e(2).cimArpEntry(1)
CIMController
cimArpTable
cimArpIndex
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_NULL
CimArpEntry
CimArpEntry
current
not-accessible
cimArpIndex - INTEGER(2 - int, int32)
cimArpIpAddress - IpAddress(64 - ipaddr)
cimArpPhysAddress - DisplayString(4 - octets)
cimArpPhysType - INTEGER(2 - int, int32)
cimArpRowStatus - INTEGER(2 - int, int32)
cimArpIndex
CIM ARP Entry
13.7.115 CIMARPINDEX
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cimArpIndex
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.2.2.1.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimProtocols(5).cimArpConfig(2).cimArpTabl
e(2).cimArpEntry(1).cimArpIndex(1)
CIMController
cimArpEntry
cimArpIpAddress
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
1..256
ARP Table Index
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13.7.116 CIMARPIPADDRESS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimArpIpAddress
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.2.2.1.2
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimProtocols(5).cimArpConfig(2).cimArpTabl
e(2).cimArpEntry(1).cimArpIpAddress(2)
CIMController
cimArpEntry
cimArpIndex
cimArpPhysAddress
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_IPADDR
IpAddress
IpAddress
current
read-write
IP Address to be statically mapped to a Physical Address
13.7.117 CIMARPPHYSADDRESS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cimArpPhysAddress
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.2.2.1.3
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimProtocols(5).cimArpConfig(2).cimArpTabl
e(2).cimArpEntry(1).cimArpPhysAddress(3)
CIMController
cimArpEntry
cimArpIpAddress
cimArpPhysType
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_OCTETS
OCTET STRING
DisplayString
current
read-write
0..20
Ethernet MAC or HDLC address associated with an IP Address
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13.7.118 CIMARPPHYSTYPE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
2
Description
cimArpPhysType
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.2.2.1.4
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimProtocols(5).cimArpConfig(2).cimArpTabl
e(2).cimArpEntry(1).cimArpPhysType(4)
CIMController
cimArpEntry
cimArpPhysAddress
cimArpRowStatus
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
ipToMac(1)
ipToHdlc(2)
Either Ethernet MAC or Satellite HDLC Address Entry Type
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13.7.119 CIMARPROWSTATUS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
2
3
4
5
6
Description
cimArpRowStatus
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.5.2.2.1.5
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimProtocols(5).cimArpConfig(2).cimArpTabl
e(2).cimArpEntry(1).cimArpRowStatus(5)
CIMController
cimArpEntry
cimArpPhysType
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
active(1)
notInService(2)
notReady(3)
createAndGo(4)
createAndWait(5)
destroy(6)
In SMIv2 tables, the RowStatus textual convention is used to
manage the creation and deletion of conceptual rows. This column
has six defined values.
active(1) - which indicates that the conceptual row with all column
is available for use by the managed device
notInService(2) - this row status is not yet supported
notReady(3) - this row status is not yet supported
createAndGo(4) - which is supplied by a manager wishing to create
a new instance of a conceptual row and to have its status
automatically set to active, making it available for use by
the managed device.
createAndWait(5) - this row create operationg is not yet supported
destroy(6) - which is supplied by a manager wishing to delete all of
the instances associated with an existing conceptual row.
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13.7.120 CIMREDUNDANCY
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Child
Type
cimRedundancy
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.6
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimRedundancy(6)
CIMController
cimController
cimProtocols
cimOperMaint
cimCurrentRedundantState
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
13.7.121 CIMCURRENTREDUNDANTSTATE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
2
Description
cimCurrentRedundantState
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.6.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimRedundancy(6).cimCurrentRedundantSta
te(1)
CIMController
cimRedundancy
cimLocalUnitManagementIpAddress
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-only
offLine(0)
onLine(1)
Current State = OffLine or OnLine
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13.7.122 CIMLOCALUNITMANAGEMENTIPADDRESS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimLocalUnitManagementIpAddress
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.6.2
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimRedundancy(6).cimLocalUnitManagemen
tIpAddress(2)
CIMController
cimRedundancy
cimCurrentRedundantState
cimRedundantUnitManagementIpAddress
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_IPADDR
IpAddress
IpAddress
current
read-only
Local Unit Management IP Address
13.7.123 CIMREDUNDANTUNITMANAGEMENTIPADDRESS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimRedundantUnitManagementIpAddress
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.6.3
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimRedundancy(6).cimRedundantUnitManag
ementIpAddress(3)
CIMController
cimRedundancy
cimLocalUnitManagementIpAddress
cimRedundantTrafficIpAddress
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_IPADDR
IpAddress
IpAddress
current
read-only
Redundant Unit Management IP Address
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13.7.124 CIMREDUNDANTTRAFFICIPADDRESS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimRedundantTrafficIpAddress
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.6.4
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimRedundancy(6).cimRedundantTrafficIpAd
dress(4)
CIMController
cimRedundancy
cimRedundantUnitManagementIpAddress
cimRedundantTrafficSubnetMaskLen
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_IPADDR
IpAddress
IpAddress
current
read-write
Redundant Traffic IP Address
13.7.125 CIMREDUNDANTTRAFFICSUBNETMASKLEN
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cimRedundantTrafficSubnetMaskLen
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.6.5
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimRedundancy(6).cimRedundantTrafficSub
netMaskLen(5)
CIMController
cimRedundancy
cimRedundantTrafficIpAddress
cimForceUnitOffline
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
8..32
Redundant Traffic Subnet Mask Length
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13.7.126 CIMFORCEUNITOFFLINE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimForceUnitOffline
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.6.6
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimRedundancy(6).cimForceUnitOffline(6)
CIMController
cimRedundancy
cimRedundantTrafficSubnetMaskLen
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
YesNo
current
read-write
Force Unit Offline
13.7.127 CIMOPERMAINT
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Child
Type
cimOperMaint
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.7
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimOperMaint(7)
CIMController
cimController
cimRedundancy
cimStatistics
cimAppVersion
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
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13.7.128 CIMAPPVERSION
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cimAppVersion
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.7.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimOperMaint(7).cimAppVersion(1)
CIMController
cimOperMaint
cimSaveConfiguration
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_OCTETS
OCTET STRING
DisplayString
current
read-only
1..30
Version numbers for Application and FPGA
13.7.129 CIMSAVECONFIGURATION
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimSaveConfiguration
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.7.2
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimOperMaint(7).cimSaveConfiguration(2)
CIMController
cimOperMaint
cimAppVersion
cimReset
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
TrueFalse
current
read-write
Save Configuration. Setting to True saves the configuration to
permanent storage.
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13.7.130 CIMRESET
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimReset
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.7.3
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimOperMaint(7).cimReset(3)
CIMController
cimOperMaint
cimSaveConfiguration
cimRemotePortBConfig
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
TrueFalse
current
read-write
If Set to True will reset the unit
13.7.131 CIMREMOTEPORTBCONFIG
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Child
Type
cimRemotePortBConfig
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.7.4
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimOperMaint(7).cimRemotePortBConfig(4)
CIMController
cimOperMaint
cimReset
cimRemotePortBDeviceAddress
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
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13.7.132 CIMREMOTEPORTBDEVICEADDRESS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cimRemotePortBDeviceAddress
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.7.4.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimOperMaint(7).cimRemotePortBConfig(4).
cimRemotePortBDeviceAddress(1)
CIMController
cimRemotePortBConfig
cimRemotePortBBaudRate
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
0..9999
Remote Control device Address
13.7.133 CIMREMOTEPORTBBAUDRATE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
2
3
4
5
6
Description
cimRemotePortBBaudRate
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.7.4.2
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimOperMaint(7).cimRemotePortBConfig(4).
cimRemotePortBBaudRate(2)
CIMController
cimRemotePortBConfig
cimRemotePortBDeviceAddress
cimRemotePortBFormat
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
bps1200(1)
bps2400(2)
bps4800(3)
bps9600(4)
bps19200(5)
bps38400(6)
Baud Rate for the Remote control Serial port
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13.7.134 CIMREMOTEPORTBFORMAT
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
2
3
Description
cimRemotePortBFormat
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.7.4.3
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimOperMaint(7).cimRemotePortBConfig(4).
cimRemotePortBFormat(3)
CIMController
cimRemotePortBConfig
cimRemotePortBBaudRate
cimRemotePortBInterface
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
format8N1(1)
format7E2(2)
format7O2(3)
Data bits for the Remote Control serial port
13.7.135 CIMREMOTEPORTBINTERFACE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
2
3
Description
cimRemotePortBInterface
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.7.4.4
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimOperMaint(7).cimRemotePortBConfig(4).
cimRemotePortBInterface(4)
CIMController
cimRemotePortBConfig
cimRemotePortBFormat
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
EIA-232(1)
rs4852w(2)
rs4854w(3)
Remote control interface type.
335
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13.7.136 CIMSTATISTICS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Child
Type
cimStatistics
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimStatistics(8)
CIMController
cimController
cimOperMaint
cimSatelliteTransmitStatistics
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
13.7.137 CIMSATELLITETRANSMITSTATISTICS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Next sibling
Child
Type
cimSatelliteTransmitStatistics
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimStatistics(8).cimSatelliteTransmitStatistics
(1)
CIMController
cimStatistics
cimIpRoutingStatistics
cimSatelliteTransmitTable
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
13.7.138 CIMSATELLITETRANSMITTABLE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Child
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimSatelliteTransmitTable
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.1.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimStatistics(8).cimSatelliteTransmitStatistics
(1).cimSatelliteTransmitTable(1)
CIMController
cimSatelliteTransmitStatistics
cimSatelliteTransmitEntry
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_SEQUENCE
SEQUENCE OF CimSatelliteTransmitEntry
SEQUENCE OF CimSatelliteTransmitEntry
current
not-accessible
Satellite transmit Table
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13.7.139 CIMSATELLITETRANSMITENTRY
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Child
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Sequences
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Indexes
1
Description
cimSatelliteTransmitEntry
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.1.1.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimStatistics(8).cimSatelliteTransmitStatistics
(1).cimSatelliteTransmitTable(1).cimSatelliteTransmitEntry(1)
CIMController
cimSatelliteTransmitTable
cimSatelliteTransmitIndex
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_NULL
CimSatelliteTransmitEntry
CimSatelliteTransmitEntry
current
not-accessible
cimSatelliteTransmitIndex - Integer32(2 - int, int32)
cimSatelliteTransmitRouteName - DisplayString(4 - octets)
cimSatelliteTransmitTotalPacketsTransmitted - Counter32(65 cntr32)
cimSatelliteTransmitTotalPacketsDropped - Counter32(65 cntr32)
cimSatelliteTransmitMinDataRate - INTEGER(2 - int, int32)
cimSatelliteTransmitMaxDataRate - INTEGER(2 - int, int32)
cimSatelliteTransmitAvgDataRate - INTEGER(2 - int, int32)
cimSatelliteTransmitIndex
Satellite Transmit Entry
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13.7.140 CIMSATELLITETRANSMITINDEX
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cimSatelliteTransmitIndex
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.1.1.1.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimStatistics(8).cimSatelliteTransmitStatistics
(1).cimSatelliteTransmitTable(1).cimSatelliteTransmitEntry(1).cimS
atelliteTransmitIndex(1)
CIMController
cimSatelliteTransmitEntry
cimSatelliteTransmitRouteName
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
Integer32
Integer32
current
read-only
1..1024
Route Statistsics Index
13.7.141 CIMSATELLITETRANSMITROUTENAME
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimSatelliteTransmitRouteName
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.1.1.1.2
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimStatistics(8).cimSatelliteTransmitStatistics
(1).cimSatelliteTransmitTable(1).cimSatelliteTransmitEntry(1).cimS
atelliteTransmitRouteName(2)
CIMController
cimSatelliteTransmitEntry
cimSatelliteTransmitIndex
cimSatelliteTransmitTotalPacketsTransmitted
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_OCTETS
OCTET STRING
DisplayString
current
read-only
Route Statistics Name
338
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13.7.142 CIMSATELLITETRANSMITTOTALPACKETSTRANSMITTED
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimSatelliteTransmitTotalPacketsTransmitted
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.1.1.1.3
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimStatistics(8).cimSatelliteTransmitStatistics
(1).cimSatelliteTransmitTable(1).cimSatelliteTransmitEntry(1).cimS
atelliteTransmitTotalPacketsTransmitted(3)
CIMController
cimSatelliteTransmitEntry
cimSatelliteTransmitRouteName
cimSatelliteTransmitTotalPacketsDropped
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_CNTR32
Counter32
Counter32
current
read-only
Total Number of Packets Transmitted
13.7.143 CIMSATELLITETRANSMITTOTALPACKETSDROPPED
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimSatelliteTransmitTotalPacketsDropped
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.1.1.1.4
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimStatistics(8).cimSatelliteTransmitStatistics
(1).cimSatelliteTransmitTable(1).cimSatelliteTransmitEntry(1).cimS
atelliteTransmitTotalPacketsDropped(4)
CIMController
cimSatelliteTransmitEntry
cimSatelliteTransmitTotalPacketsTransmitted
cimSatelliteTransmitMinDataRate
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_CNTR32
Counter32
Counter32
current
read-only
Total Number of Packets Dropped
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13.7.144 CIMSATELLITETRANSMITMINDATARATE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cimSatelliteTransmitMinDataRate
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.1.1.1.5
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimStatistics(8).cimSatelliteTransmitStatistics
(1).cimSatelliteTransmitTable(1).cimSatelliteTransmitEntry(1).cimS
atelliteTransmitMinDataRate(5)
CIMController
cimSatelliteTransmitEntry
cimSatelliteTransmitTotalPacketsDropped
cimSatelliteTransmitMaxDataRate
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-only
0..999999999
Minimum Rate (Bits Per Second)
13.7.145 CIMSATELLITETRANSMITMAXDATARATE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cimSatelliteTransmitMaxDataRate
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.1.1.1.6
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimStatistics(8).cimSatelliteTransmitStatistics
(1).cimSatelliteTransmitTable(1).cimSatelliteTransmitEntry(1).cimS
atelliteTransmitMaxDataRate(6)
CIMController
cimSatelliteTransmitEntry
cimSatelliteTransmitMinDataRate
cimSatelliteTransmitAvgDataRate
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-only
0..999999999
Maximum Rate (Bits Per Second)
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13.7.146 CIMSATELLITETRANSMITAVGDATARATE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cimSatelliteTransmitAvgDataRate
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.1.1.1.7
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimStatistics(8).cimSatelliteTransmitStatistics
(1).cimSatelliteTransmitTable(1).cimSatelliteTransmitEntry(1).cimS
atelliteTransmitAvgDataRate(7)
CIMController
cimSatelliteTransmitEntry
cimSatelliteTransmitMaxDataRate
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-only
0..999999999
Average Rate (Bits Per Second)
13.7.147 CIMIPROUTINGSTATISTICS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Child
Type
cimIpRoutingStatistics
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimStatistics(8).cimIpRoutingStatistics(2)
CIMController
cimStatistics
cimSatelliteTransmitStatistics
cimUnicastIpPacketsToSatellite
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
341
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13.7.148 CIMUNICASTIPPACKETSTOSATELLITE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimUnicastIpPacketsToSatellite
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimStatistics(8).cimIpRoutingStatistics(2).cim
UnicastIpPacketsToSatellite(1)
CIMController
cimIpRoutingStatistics
cimUnicastIpPacketsToEthernet
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_CNTR32
Counter32
Counter32
current
read-only
Number of Unicast Packets Routed to Satellite
13.7.149 CIMUNICASTIPPACKETSTOETHERNET
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimUnicastIpPacketsToEthernet
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.2
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimStatistics(8).cimIpRoutingStatistics(2).cim
UnicastIpPacketsToEthernet(2)
CIMController
cimIpRoutingStatistics
cimUnicastIpPacketsToSatellite
cimMulticastIpPacketsToSatellite
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_CNTR32
Counter32
Counter32
current
read-only
Number of Unicast Packets Routed to Ethernet
342
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13.7.150 CIMMULTICASTIPPACKETSTOSATELLITE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimMulticastIpPacketsToSatellite
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.3
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimStatistics(8).cimIpRoutingStatistics(2).cim
MulticastIpPacketsToSatellite(3)
CIMController
cimIpRoutingStatistics
cimUnicastIpPacketsToEthernet
cimMulticastIpPacketsToEthernet
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_CNTR32
Counter32
Counter32
current
read-only
Number of Unicast Packets Routed to Satellite
13.7.151 CIMMULTICASTIPPACKETSTOETHERNET
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimMulticastIpPacketsToEthernet
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.4
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimStatistics(8).cimIpRoutingStatistics(2).cim
MulticastIpPacketsToEthernet(4)
CIMController
cimIpRoutingStatistics
cimMulticastIpPacketsToSatellite
cimBroadcastIpPacketsToSatellite
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_CNTR32
Counter32
Counter32
current
read-only
Number of Multicast Packets Routed to Ethernet
343
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13.7.152 CIMBROADCASTIPPACKETSTOSATELLITE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimBroadcastIpPacketsToSatellite
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.5
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimStatistics(8).cimIpRoutingStatistics(2).cim
BroadcastIpPacketsToSatellite(5)
CIMController
cimIpRoutingStatistics
cimMulticastIpPacketsToEthernet
cimBroadcastIpPacketsToEthernet
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_CNTR32
Counter32
Counter32
current
read-only
Number of Broadcast Packets Routed to Satellite
13.7.153 CIMBROADCASTIPPACKETSTOETHERNET
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimBroadcastIpPacketsToEthernet
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.6
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimStatistics(8).cimIpRoutingStatistics(2).cim
BroadcastIpPacketsToEthernet(6)
CIMController
cimIpRoutingStatistics
cimBroadcastIpPacketsToSatellite
cimPacketsFromSatellite
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_CNTR32
Counter32
Counter32
current
read-only
Number of Broadcast Packets Routed to Ethernet
344
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13.7.154 CIMPACKETSFROMSATELLITE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimPacketsFromSatellite
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.7
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimStatistics(8).cimIpRoutingStatistics(2).cim
PacketsFromSatellite(7)
CIMController
cimIpRoutingStatistics
cimBroadcastIpPacketsToEthernet
cimTotalIpPacketsToSatellite
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_CNTR32
Counter32
Counter32
current
read-only
Packets from Satellite
13.7.155 CIMTOTALIPPACKETSTOSATELLITE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimTotalIpPacketsToSatellite
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.8
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimStatistics(8).cimIpRoutingStatistics(2).cim
TotalIpPacketsToSatellite(8)
CIMController
cimIpRoutingStatistics
cimPacketsFromSatellite
cimTotalIpPacketsToEthernet
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_CNTR32
Counter32
Counter32
current
read-only
Total Number of Packets Routed to Satellite
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13.7.156 CIMTOTALIPPACKETSTOETHERNET
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimTotalIpPacketsToEthernet
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.9
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimStatistics(8).cimIpRoutingStatistics(2).cim
TotalIpPacketsToEthernet(9)
CIMController
cimIpRoutingStatistics
cimTotalIpPacketsToSatellite
cimIgmpPacketsReceived
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_CNTR32
Counter32
Counter32
current
read-only
Total Number of Packets Routed to Ethernet
13.7.157 CIMIGMPPACKETSRECEIVED
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimIgmpPacketsReceived
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.10
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimStatistics(8).cimIpRoutingStatistics(2).cim
IgmpPacketsReceived(10)
CIMController
cimIpRoutingStatistics
cimTotalIpPacketsToEthernet
cimIpOptionPacketsReceived
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_CNTR32
Counter32
Counter32
current
read-only
Number of IGMP Packets Received
13.7.158 CIM
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13.7.159 IPOPTIONPACKETSRECEIVED
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimIpOptionPacketsReceived
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.11
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimStatistics(8).cimIpRoutingStatistics(2).cim
IpOptionPacketsReceived(11)
CIMController
cimIpRoutingStatistics
cimIgmpPacketsReceived
cimDroppedPacketsTotal
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_CNTR32
Counter32
Counter32
current
read-only
Number of IP Option Packets Received
13.7.160 CIMDROPPEDPACKETSTOTAL
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimDroppedPacketsTotal
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.12
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimStatistics(8).cimIpRoutingStatistics(2).cim
DroppedPacketsTotal(12)
CIMController
cimIpRoutingStatistics
cimIpOptionPacketsReceived
cimDroppedPacketsTTLExpired
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_CNTR32
Counter32
Counter32
current
read-only
Total Dropped Packets
347
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13.7.161 CIMDROPPEDPACKETSTTLEXPIRED
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimDroppedPacketsTTLExpired
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.13
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimStatistics(8).cimIpRoutingStatistics(2).cim
DroppedPacketsTTLExpired(13)
CIMController
cimIpRoutingStatistics
cimDroppedPacketsTotal
cimDroppedPacketsBadIpHeader
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_CNTR32
Counter32
Counter32
current
read-only
Number of Packets Dropped Because TTL (time to live) Expired
13.7.162 CIMDROPPEDPACKETSBADIPHEADER
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimDroppedPacketsBadIpHeader
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.14
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimStatistics(8).cimIpRoutingStatistics(2).cim
DroppedPacketsBadIpHeader(14)
CIMController
cimIpRoutingStatistics
cimDroppedPacketsTTLExpired
cimDroppedPacketsNoRoute
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_CNTR32
Counter32
Counter32
current
read-only
Number of Packets Dropped Because of Bad IP Header
Checksum
348
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SNMP interface
Rev. 2
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13.7.163 CIMDROPPEDPACKETSNOROUTE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimDroppedPacketsNoRoute
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.15
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimStatistics(8).cimIpRoutingStatistics(2).cim
DroppedPacketsNoRoute(15)
CIMController
cimIpRoutingStatistics
cimDroppedPacketsBadIpHeader
cimDroppedPacketsMulticastNoStoe
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_CNTR32
Counter32
Counter32
current
read-only
Dropped Packets - No Route
13.7.164 CIMDROPPEDPACKETSMULTICASTNOSTOE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimDroppedPacketsMulticastNoStoe
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.16
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimStatistics(8).cimIpRoutingStatistics(2).cim
DroppedPacketsMulticastNoStoe(16)
CIMController
cimIpRoutingStatistics
cimDroppedPacketsNoRoute
cimDroppedPacketsFiltered
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_CNTR32
Counter32
Counter32
current
read-only
Dropped Packets - Multicase No STOE
349
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13.7.165 CIMDROPPEDPACKETSFILTERED
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimDroppedPacketsFiltered
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.17
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimStatistics(8).cimIpRoutingStatistics(2).cim
DroppedPacketsFiltered(17)
CIMController
cimIpRoutingStatistics
cimDroppedPacketsMulticastNoStoe
cimDroppedPacketsMulticastDisableGroup
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_CNTR32
Counter32
Counter32
current
read-only
Dropped Packets - Filtered
13.7.166 CIMDROPPEDPACKETSMULTICASTDISABLEGROUP
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimDroppedPacketsMulticastDisableGroup
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.18
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimStatistics(8).cimIpRoutingStatistics(2).cim
DroppedPacketsMulticastDisableGroup(18)
CIMController
cimIpRoutingStatistics
cimDroppedPacketsFiltered
cimDroppedPacketsNoArpEntry
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_CNTR32
Counter32
Counter32
current
read-only
Dropped Packets - Multicast Disable Group
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13.7.167 CIMDROPPEDPACKETSNOARPENTRY
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimDroppedPacketsNoArpEntry
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.19
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimStatistics(8).cimIpRoutingStatistics(2).cim
DroppedPacketsNoArpEntry(19)
CIMController
cimIpRoutingStatistics
cimDroppedPacketsMulticastDisableGroup
cimDroppedPacketsBadBufferLength
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_CNTR32
Counter32
Counter32
current
read-only
Dropped Packets - No ARP Entry
13.7.168 CIMDROPPEDPACKETSBADBUFFERLENGTH
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimDroppedPacketsBadBufferLength
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.20
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimStatistics(8).cimIpRoutingStatistics(2).cim
DroppedPacketsBadBufferLength(20)
CIMController
cimIpRoutingStatistics
cimDroppedPacketsNoArpEntry
cimDroppedPacketsBadIpVersion
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_CNTR32
Counter32
Counter32
current
read-only
Dropped Packets - Bad Buffer Length
351
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13.7.169 CIMDROPPEDPACKETSBADIPVERSION
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimDroppedPacketsBadIpVersion
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.21
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimStatistics(8).cimIpRoutingStatistics(2).cim
DroppedPacketsBadIpVersion(21)
CIMController
cimIpRoutingStatistics
cimDroppedPacketsBadBufferLength
cimDroppedPacketsMiscellaneous
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_CNTR32
Counter32
Counter32
current
read-only
Dropped Packets - Bad IP Version
13.7.170 CIMDROPPEDPACKETSMISCELLANEOUS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimDroppedPacketsMiscellaneous
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.22
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimStatistics(8).cimIpRoutingStatistics(2).cim
DroppedPacketsMiscellaneous(22)
CIMController
cimIpRoutingStatistics
cimDroppedPacketsBadIpVersion
cimDroppedPacketsQos
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_CNTR32
Counter32
Counter32
current
read-only
Dropped Packets - Miscellaneous
352
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13.7.171 CIMDROPPEDPACKETSQOS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimDroppedPacketsQos
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.23
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimStatistics(8).cimIpRoutingStatistics(2).cim
DroppedPacketsQos(23)
CIMController
cimIpRoutingStatistics
cimDroppedPacketsMiscellaneous
cimDroppedPacketsQosBuffers
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_CNTR32
Counter32
Counter32
current
read-only
Dropped Packets - QOS
13.7.172 CIMDROPPEDPACKETSQOSBUFFERS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimDroppedPacketsQosBuffers
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.24
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimStatistics(8).cimIpRoutingStatistics(2).cim
DroppedPacketsQosBuffers(24)
CIMController
cimIpRoutingStatistics
cimDroppedPacketsQos
cimDroppedPacketsDroppedBuffers
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_CNTR32
Counter32
Counter32
current
read-only
Dropped Packets - QOS Buffers
353
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13.7.173 CIMDROPPEDPACKETSDROPPEDBUFFERS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimDroppedPacketsDroppedBuffers
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.25
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimStatistics(8).cimIpRoutingStatistics(2).cim
DroppedPacketsDroppedBuffers(25)
CIMController
cimIpRoutingStatistics
cimDroppedPacketsQosBuffers
cimResetCounters
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_CNTR32
Counter32
Counter32
current
read-only
Dropped Packets - Dropped Buffers
13.7.174 CIMRESETCOUNTERS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cimResetCounters
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.4.8.2.26
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cimController(4).cimStatistics(8).cimIpRoutingStatistics(2).cim
ResetCounters(26)
CIMController
cimIpRoutingStatistics
cimDroppedPacketsDroppedBuffers
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
YesNo
current
read-write
Clear the Statistics. Setting to 'yes' resets statistics.
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13.8 CIM-550 MIB TREE
1 --- iso
1.3 --- org
1.3.6 --- dod
1.3.6.1 --- internet
1.3.6.1.4 --- private
1.3.6.1.4.1 --- enterprises
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247 --- comtech
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5 --- cim550
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1 --- cim550Objects
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.1 --- cim550SystemInfo
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.1.1 --- cim550EquipmentID (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.1.2 --- cim550UnitSerialNumber (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.1.3 --- cim550SoftwareRevision (DisplayString)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.1.4 --- cim550DeviceTime (DisplayString)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.1.5 --- cim550DeviceDate (DisplayString)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.1.6 --- cim550CircuitID (DisplayString)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.1.7 --- cim550LocalRemoteState (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.2 --- cim550TxParameters
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.2.1 --- cim550TxFrequency (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.2.2 --- cim550TxDataRate (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.2.3 --- cim550TxModType (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.2.4 --- cim550TxFECType (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.2.5 --- cim550TxFECCodeRate (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.2.6 --- cim550TxSpecInv (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.2.7 --- cim550TxScrambler (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.2.8 --- cim550TxClockSource (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.2.9 --- cim550TxPowerLevel (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.2.10 --- cim550TxCarrierState (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.3 --- cim550RxParameters
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.3.1 --- cim550RxFrequency (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.3.2 --- cim550RxDataRate (INTEGER)
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1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.3.3 --- cim550RxDemodType (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.3.4 --- cim550RxFECType (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.3.5 --- cim550RxFECCodeRate (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.3.6 --- cim550RxSpecInv (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.3.7 --- cim550RxDescrambler (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.3.8 --- cim550RxClockMode (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.3.9 --- cim550RxBufferSize (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.3.10 --- cim550RxAcqSweepRange (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.3.11 --- cim550RxEbnoAlarmPoint (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.4 --- cim550InterfaceParameters
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.4.1 --- cim550IfImpedance (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.4.2 --- cim550InterfaceType (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.5 --- cim550UtilityParameters
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.5.1 --- cim550UnitFramingMode (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.5.2 --- cim550EdmacAddress (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.5.3 --- cim550UnitTestMode (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.5.4 --- cim550RecenterBuffer (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.5.5 --- cim550ForceRedundentSwitch (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.5.6 --- cim550UnitAlarmMask (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.5.7 --- cim550UnitConfigStore (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.5.8 --- cim550UnitConfigLoad (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.5.9 --- cim550OduCommEnable (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.6 --- cim550AupcParameters
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.6.1 --- cim550AupcEnable (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.6.2 --- cim550AupcControlParameters (DisplayString)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.6.3 --- cim550RemoteEbno (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.6.4 --- cim550TxPowerLevelIncrease (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.7 --- cim550StatusParameters
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.7.1 --- cim550RxEbno (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.7.2 --- cim550RxCoarseAGC (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.7.3 --- cim550RxFrequencyOffset (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.7.4 --- cim550BufferFillState (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.7.5 --- cim550RxBER (Unsigned32)
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1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.7.6 --- cim550RedundancyState (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.7.7 --- cim550ModemUnitFaults (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.7.8 --- cim550ModemTxTrafficFaults (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.7.9 --- cim550ModemRxTrafficFaults (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.8 --- cim550Logs
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.8.1 --- cim550ClearEventsLog (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.8.2 --- cim550NumberUnreadEvents (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.8.3 --- cim550RetrieveNext5Events (DisplayString)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.8.4 --- cim550SetStatisticInterval (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.8.5 --- cim550ClearStatisticsLog (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.8.6 --- cim550NumberUnreadStatistics (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.8.7 --- cim550RetrieveNext5Statistics (DisplayString)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.9 --- cim550Notifications
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.9.0 --- cim550NotificationsPrefix
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.9.0.624751 --- cim550ModemUnitFaultsNotification
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.9.0.624752 --- cim550ModemTxTrafficFaultsNotification
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.9.0.624753 --- cim550ModemRxTrafficFaultsNotification
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2 --- oduObjects
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.1 --- oduSelect (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.2 --- oduSystemInfo
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.2.1 --- oduModelNumberSoftwareVer (DisplayString)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.2.2 --- oduUnitSerialNumber (DisplayString)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.2.3 --- oduDeviceTime (DisplayString)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.2.4 --- oduDeviceDate (DisplayString)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.2.5 --- oduCircuitID (DisplayString)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.3 --- oduUnitParameters
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.3.1 --- oduUnitMuteMode (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.3.2 --- oduUnitColdStart (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.3.3 --- oduUnitAutoFaultRecovery (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.3.4 --- oduUnitExtRefFaultLogic (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.3.5 --- oduUnitRefOscAdjust (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.3.6 --- oduUnitLNACurrentSource (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.3.7 --- oduUnitLNACurrentWindow (INTEGER)
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1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.3.8 --- oduUnitLNAFaultLogic (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.3.9 --- oduUnitRedundancyMode (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.3.10 --- oduUnitRedForceSwitch (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.4 --- oduTxParameters
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.4.1 --- oduTxFrequency (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.4.2 --- oduTxAttenuation (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.4.3 --- oduTxAmplifier (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.4.4 --- oduTxMute (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.4.5 --- oduTxSlopeMode (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.4.6 --- oduTxSlopeValue (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.4.7 --- oduTxGainOffset (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.5 --- oduRxParameters
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.5.1 --- oduRxFrequency (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.5.2 --- oduRxAttenuation (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.5.3 --- oduRxMute (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.5.4 --- oduRxSlopeMode (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.5.5 --- oduRxSlopeValue (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.5.6 --- oduRxGainOffset (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.6 --- oduUnitStatus
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.6.1 --- oduOnlineState (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.6.2 --- oduMaintenanceParameters (DisplayString)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.6.3 --- oduUnitFaults (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.7 --- oduLogs
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.7.1 --- oduClearEventsLog (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.7.2 --- oduNumberUnreadEvents (INTEGER)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.7.3 --- oduRetrieveNext5Events (DisplayString)
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.8 --- oduNotifications
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.8.0 --- oduNotificationsPrefix
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.8.0.624754 --- oduUnitFaultsNotification
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13.9 CIM-550 MIB
13.9.1
CIM550
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Child
Type
Organization
Last updated
Contact info
Description
cim550
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5)
CIM550
comtech
cim550Objects
MODULE-IDENTITY
Comtech EF Data
200205071700Z
2114 West 7th Street Tempe, AZ 85281 USA
CIM-550 Satellite Modem
13.9.2 CIM550OBJECTS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Next sibling
Child
Type
cim550Objects
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1)
CIM550
cim550
oduObjects
cim550SystemInfo
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
13.9.3 CIM550SYSTEMINFO
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Next sibling
Child
Type
cim550SystemInfo
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550SystemInfo(1)
CIM550
cim550Objects
cim550TxParameters
cim550EquipmentID
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
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13.9.4 CIM550EQUIPMENTID
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cim550EquipmentID
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.1.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550SystemInfo(1).cim550Eq
uipmentID(1)
CIM550
cim550SystemInfo
cim550UnitSerialNumber
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-only
0..5
Equipment ID
13.9.5 CIM550UNITSERIALNUMBER
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cim550UnitSerialNumber
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.1.2
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550SystemInfo(1).cim550Uni
tSerialNumber(2)
CIM550
cim550SystemInfo
cim550EquipmentID
cim550SoftwareRevision
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-only
0..9999
Unit Serial Number
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13.9.6 CIM550SOFTWAREREVISION
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cim550SoftwareRevision
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.1.3
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550SystemInfo(1).cim550Sof
twareRevision(3)
CIM550
cim550SystemInfo
cim550UnitSerialNumber
cim550DeviceTime
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_OCTETS
OCTET STRING
DisplayString
current
read-only
0..4
Software Revision
13.9.7 CIM550DEVICETIME
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cim550DeviceTime
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.1.4
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550SystemInfo(1).cim550De
viceTime(4)
CIM550
cim550SystemInfo
cim550SoftwareRevision
cim550DeviceDate
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_OCTETS
OCTET STRING
DisplayString
current
read-write
8
Device Time
361
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SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.8 CIM550DEVICEDATE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cim550DeviceDate
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.1.5
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550SystemInfo(1).cim550De
viceDate(5)
CIM550
cim550SystemInfo
cim550DeviceTime
cim550CircuitID
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_OCTETS
OCTET STRING
DisplayString
current
read-write
8
Device Date
13.9.9 CIM550CIRCUITID
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cim550CircuitID
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.1.6
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550SystemInfo(1).cim550Cir
cuitID(6)
CIM550
cim550SystemInfo
cim550DeviceDate
cim550LocalRemoteState
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_OCTETS
OCTET STRING
DisplayString
current
read-write
0..24
Circuit ID
362
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.10 CIM550LOCALREMOTESTATE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
2
Description
cim550LocalRemoteState
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.1.7
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550SystemInfo(1).cim550Loc
alRemoteState(7)
CIM550
cim550SystemInfo
cim550CircuitID
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
local(0)
remote(1)
Local/Remote State
13.9.11 CIM550TXPARAMETERS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Child
Type
cim550TxParameters
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.2
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550TxParameters(2)
CIM550
cim550Objects
cim550SystemInfo
cim550RxParameters
cim550TxFrequency
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
363
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.12 CIM550TXFREQUENCY
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
2
Description
cim550TxFrequency
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.2.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550TxParameters(2).cim550
TxFrequency(1)
CIM550
cim550TxParameters
cim550TxDataRate
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
52000000..88000000
104000000..188000000
TX Frequency
13.9.13 CIM550TXDATARATE
Name
OID
Full path
cim550TxDataRate
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.2.2
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550TxParameters(2).cim550
TxDataRate(2)
CIM550
cim550TxParameters
cim550TxFrequency
cim550TxModType
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
2400..2048000
Description
TX Data Rate
Note: Change cim550TxFECType then cim550TxModType then cim550TxFECCodeRate then
cim550TxDataRate to allow these parameters set properly.
364
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.14 CIM550TXMODTYPE
Name
OID
Full path
cim550TxModType
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.2.3
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550TxParameters(2).cim550
TxModType(3)
CIM550
cim550TxParameters
cim550TxDataRate
cim550TxFECType
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
bpsk(1)
2
qpsk(2)
3
oqpsk(3)
Description
TX Modulation Type
Note: Change cim550TxFECType then cim550TxModType then cim550TxFECCodeRate then
cim550TxDataRate to allow these parameters set properly.
365
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.15 CIM550TXFECTYPE
Name
OID
Full path
cim550TxFECType
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.2.4
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550TxParameters(2).cim550
TxFECType(4)
CIM550
cim550TxParameters
cim550TxModType
cim550TxFECCodeRate
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
none(0)
2
vit(1)
3
seq(2)
4
vitRS(3)
5
seqRS(4)
6
turboQ34(5)
7
turboB2144(6)
8
turboB516(7)
Description
TX Encoder/FEC Type
Note: Change cim550TxFECType then cim550TxModType then cim550TxFECCodeRate then
cim550TxDataRate to allow these parameters set properly.
366
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.16 CIM550TXFECCODERATE
Name
OID
Full path
cim550TxFECCodeRate
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.2.5
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550TxParameters(2).cim550
TxFECCodeRate(5)
CIM550
cim550TxParameters
cim550TxFECType
cim550TxSpecInv
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
rate12(1)
2
rate34(3)
3
rate78(7)
4
rate2144(8)
5
rate516(9)
Description
TX Encoder/FEC Rate
Note: Change cim550TxFECType then cim550TxModType then cim550TxFECCodeRate then
cim550TxDataRate to allow these parameters set properly.
13.9.17 CIM550TXSPECINV
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
2
Description
cim550TxSpecInv
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.2.6
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550TxParameters(2).cim550
TxSpecInv(6)
CIM550
cim550TxParameters
cim550TxFECCodeRate
cim550TxScrambler
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
normal(0)
inverted(1)
TX Spectrum Inversion
367
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.18 CIM550TXSCRAMBLER
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
2
Description
cim550TxScrambler
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.2.7
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550TxParameters(2).cim550
TxScrambler(7)
CIM550
cim550TxParameters
cim550TxSpecInv
cim550TxClockSource
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
off(0)
on(1)
TX Scrambler
13.9.19 CIM550TXCLOCKSOURCE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
2
3
Description
cim550TxClockSource
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.2.8
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550TxParameters(2).cim550
TxClockSource(8)
CIM550
cim550TxParameters
cim550TxScrambler
cim550TxPowerLevel
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
internal(1)
external(2)
loopTmed(3)
TX Clock Source
368
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.20 CIM550TXPOWERLEVEL
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cim550TxPowerLevel
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.2.9
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550TxParameters(2).cim550
TxPowerLevel(9)
CIM550
cim550TxParameters
cim550TxClockSource
cim550TxCarrierState
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
-200..0
TX Power Level
13.9.21 CIM550TXCARRIERSTATE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
2
3
4
Description
cim550TxCarrierState
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.2.10
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550TxParameters(2).cim550
TxCarrierState(10)
CIM550
cim550TxParameters
cim550TxPowerLevel
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
off(0)
on(1)
extOff(2)
rti(3)
TX Carrier State
369
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.22 CIM550RXPARAMETERS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Child
Type
cim550RxParameters
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.3
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550RxParameters(3)
CIM550
cim550Objects
cim550TxParameters
cim550InterfaceParameters
cim550RxFrequency
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
13.9.23 CIM550RXFREQUENCY
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
2
Description
cim550RxFrequency
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.3.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550RxParameters(3).cim550
RxFrequency(1)
CIM550
cim550RxParameters
cim550RxDataRate
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
52000000..88000000
104000000..188000000
RX Frequency
370
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.24 CIM550RXDATARATE
Name
OID
Full path
cim550RxDataRate
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.3.2
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550RxParameters(3).cim550
RxDataRate(2)
CIM550
cim550RxParameters
cim550RxFrequency
cim550RxDemodType
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
2400..2048000
Description
RX Data Rate
Note: Change cim550RxFECType then cim550RxDemodType then cim550RxFECCodeRate then
cim550RxDataRate to allow these parameters set properly.
13.9.25 CIM550RXDEMODTYPE
Name
OID
Full path
cim550RxDemodType
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.3.3
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550RxParameters(3).cim550
RxDemodType(3)
CIM550
cim550RxParameters
cim550RxDataRate
cim550RxFECType
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
bpsk(1)
2
qpsk(2)
3
oqpsk(3)
Description
RX Demodulation Type
Note: Change cim550RxFECType then cim550RxDemodType then cim550RxFECCodeRate then
cim550RxDataRate to allow these parameters set properly.
371
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.26 CIM550RXFECTYPE
Name
OID
Full path
cim550RxFECType
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.3.4
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550RxParameters(3).cim550
RxFECType(4)
CIM550
cim550RxParameters
cim550RxDemodType
cim550RxFECCodeRate
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
none(0)
2
vit(1)
3
seq(2)
4
vitRS(3)
5
seqRS(4)
6
turboQ34(5)
7
turboB2144(6)
8
turboB516(7)
Description
RX Decoder/FEC Type
Note: Change cim550RxFECType then cim550RxDemodType then cim550RxFECCodeRate then
cim550RxDataRate to allow these parameters set properly.
372
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.27 CIM550RXFECCODERATE
Name
OID
Full path
cim550RxFECCodeRate
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.3.5
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550RxParameters(3).cim550
RxFECCodeRate(5)
CIM550
cim550RxParameters
cim550RxFECType
cim550RxSpecInv
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
rate12(1)
2
rate34(3)
3
rate78(7)
4
rate2144(8)
5
rate516(9)
Description
RX Decoder/FEC Rate
Note: Change cim550RxFECType then cim550RxDemodType then cim550RxFECCodeRate then
cim550RxDataRate to allow these parameters set properly.
13.9.28 CIM550RXSPECINV
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
2
Description
cim550RxSpecInv
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.3.6
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550RxParameters(3).cim550
RxSpecInv(6)
CIM550
cim550RxParameters
cim550RxFECCodeRate
cim550RxDescrambler
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
normal(0)
inverted(1)
RX Spectrum Inversion
373
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.29 CIM550RXDESCRAMBLER
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
2
Description
cim550RxDescrambler
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.3.7
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550RxParameters(3).cim550
RxDescrambler(7)
CIM550
cim550RxParameters
cim550RxSpecInv
cim550RxClockMode
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
off(0)
on(1)
RX Descrambler
13.9.30 CIM550RXCLOCKMODE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
2
Description
cim550RxClockMode
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.3.8
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550RxParameters(3).cim550
RxClockMode(8)
CIM550
cim550RxParameters
cim550RxDescrambler
cim550RxBufferSize
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
disabled(0)
enabled(1)
RX Clock Mode
374
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.31 CIM550RXBUFFERSIZE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
2
3
4
5
Description
cim550RxBufferSize
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.3.9
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550RxParameters(3).cim550
RxBufferSize(9)
CIM550
cim550RxParameters
cim550RxClockMode
cim550RxAcqSweepRange
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
size256(1)
size512(2)
size1024(3)
size2048(4)
size4096(5)
RX Buffer Size
13.9.32 CIM550RXACQSWEEPRANGE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cim550RxAcqSweepRange
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.3.10
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550RxParameters(3).cim550
RxAcqSweepRange(10)
CIM550
cim550RxParameters
cim550RxBufferSize
cim550RxEbnoAlarmPoint
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
1..30
RX Sweep Width
375
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.33 CIM550RXEBNOALARMPOINT
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cim550RxEbnoAlarmPoint
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.3.11
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550RxParameters(3).cim550
RxEbnoAlarmPoint(11)
CIM550
cim550RxParameters
cim550RxAcqSweepRange
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
0..160
RX EbNo Alarm Point
13.9.34 CIM550INTERFACEPARAMETERS
Name
cim550InterfaceParameters
OID
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.4
Full path
Module
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550InterfaceParameters(4)
CIM550
Parent
cim550Objects
Prev sibling
cim550RxParameters
Next sibling
cim550UtilityParameters
Child
cim550IfImpedance
Type
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
376
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.35 CIM550IFIMPEDANCE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
2
Description
cim550IfImpedance
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.4.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550InterfaceParameters(4).ci
m550IfImpedance(1)
CIM550
cim550InterfaceParameters
cim550InterfaceType
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
ohm50(5)
ohm75(7)
IF Impedance
13.9.36 CIM550INTERFACETYPE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
Description
cim550InterfaceType
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.4.2
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550InterfaceParameters(4).ci
m550InterfaceType(2)
CIM550
cim550InterfaceParameters
cim550IfImpedance
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-only
ip(4)
Interface Type is read only and set to IP
377
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.37 CIM550UTILITYPARAMETERS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Child
Type
cim550UtilityParameters
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.5
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550UtilityParameters(5)
CIM550
cim550Objects
cim550InterfaceParameters
cim550AupcParameters
cim550UnitFramingMode
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
13.9.38 CIM550UNITFRAMINGMODE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
2
Description
cim550UnitFramingMode
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.5.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550UtilityParameters(5).cim5
50UnitFramingMode(1)
CIM550
cim550UtilityParameters
cim550EdmacAddress
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
unframed(0)
framed(1)
Unit Framing Mode
378
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.39 CIM550EDMACADDRESS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cim550EdmacAddress
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.5.2
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550UtilityParameters(5).cim5
50EdmacAddress(2)
CIM550
cim550UtilityParameters
cim550UnitFramingMode
cim550UnitTestMode
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
0..9999
EDMAC Address
13.9.40 CIM550UNITTESTMODE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
2
3
4
5
6
Description
cim550UnitTestMode
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.5.3
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550UtilityParameters(5).cim5
50UnitTestMode(3)
CIM550
cim550UtilityParameters
cim550EdmacAddress
cim550RecenterBuffer
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
normal(0)
iFLoopBack(1)
digitalLoopBack(2)
iOLoopBack(3)
txCW(4)
txAlternatingPattern(5)
Unit Test Mode
379
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.41 CIM550RECENTERBUFFER
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
Description
cim550RecenterBuffer
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.5.4
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550UtilityParameters(5).cim5
50RecenterBuffer(4)
CIM550
cim550UtilityParameters
cim550UnitTestMode
cim550ForceRedundentSwitch
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
yes(1)
Recenter Buffer
13.9.42 CIM550FORCEREDUNDENTSWITCH
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
Description
cim550ForceRedundentSwitch
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.5.5
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550UtilityParameters(5).cim5
50ForceRedundentSwitch(5)
CIM550
cim550UtilityParameters
cim550RecenterBuffer
cim550UnitAlarmMask
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
yes(1)
Force Redundundent Switch
380
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.43 CIM550UNITALARMMASK
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cim550UnitAlarmMask
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.5.6
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550UtilityParameters(5).cim5
50UnitAlarmMask(6)
CIM550
cim550UtilityParameters
cim550ForceRedundentSwitch
cim550UnitConfigStore
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
0..11111
Unit Alarm Mask
13.9.44 CIM550UNITCONFIGSTORE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cim550UnitConfigStore
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.5.7
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550UtilityParameters(5).cim5
50UnitConfigStore(7)
CIM550
cim550UtilityParameters
cim550UnitAlarmMask
cim550UnitConfigLoad
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
0..9
Store Unit Configuration
381
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.45 CIM550UNITCONFIGLOAD
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cim550UnitConfigLoad
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.5.8
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550UtilityParameters(5).cim5
50UnitConfigLoad(8)
CIM550
cim550UtilityParameters
cim550UnitConfigStore
cim550OduCommEnable
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
0..9
Load Unit Configuration
13.9.46 CIM550ODUCOMMENABLE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
2
Description
cim550OduCommEnable
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.5.9
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550UtilityParameters(5).cim5
50OduCommEnable(9)
CIM550
cim550UtilityParameters
cim550UnitConfigLoad
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
disable(0)
enable(1)
Outdoor Unit Communication Enable
382
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.47 CIM550AUPCPARAMETERS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Child
Type
cim550AupcParameters
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.6
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550AupcParameters(6)
CIM550
cim550Objects
cim550UtilityParameters
cim550StatusParameters
cim550AupcEnable
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
13.9.48 CIM550AUPCENABLE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
2
Description
cim550AupcEnable
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.6.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550AupcParameters(6).cim5
50AupcEnable(1)
CIM550
cim550AupcParameters
cim550AupcControlParameters
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
disable(0)
enable(1)
AUPC Enable
383
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.49 CIM550AUPCCONTROLPARAMETERS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cim550AupcControlParameters
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.6.2
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550AupcParameters(6).cim5
50AupcControlParameters(2)
CIM550
cim550AupcParameters
cim550AupcEnable
cim550RemoteEbno
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_OCTETS
OCTET STRING
DisplayString
current
read-write
AUPC Control Parameters
13.9.50 CIM550REMOTEEBNO
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
2
Description
cim550RemoteEbno
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.6.3
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550AupcParameters(6).cim5
50RemoteEbno(3)
CIM550
cim550AupcParameters
cim550AupcControlParameters
cim550TxPowerLevelIncrease
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-only
20..160
999
Remote EbNo
384
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.51 CIM550TXPOWERLEVELINCREASE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cim550TxPowerLevelIncrease
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.6.4
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550AupcParameters(6).cim5
50TxPowerLevelIncrease(4)
CIM550
cim550AupcParameters
cim550RemoteEbno
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-only
0..90
TX Power Level Increase
13.9.52 CIM550STATUSPARAMETERS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Child
Type
cim550StatusParameters
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.7
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550StatusParameters(7)
CIM550
cim550Objects
cim550AupcParameters
cim550Logs
cim550RxEbno
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
385
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.53 CIM550RXEBNO
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
2
Description
cim550RxEbno
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.7.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550StatusParameters(7).cim
550RxEbno(1)
CIM550
cim550StatusParameters
cim550RxCoarseAGC
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-only
0..160
999
RX EbNo
13.9.54 CIM550RXCOARSEAGC
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cim550RxCoarseAGC
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.7.2
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550StatusParameters(7).cim
550RxCoarseAGC(2)
CIM550
cim550StatusParameters
cim550RxEbno
cim550RxFrequencyOffset
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-only
0..99
RX Coarse AGC
386
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.55 CIM550RXFREQUENCYOFFSET
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
2
Description
cim550RxFrequencyOffset
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.7.3
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550StatusParameters(7).cim
550RxFrequencyOffset(3)
CIM550
cim550StatusParameters
cim550RxCoarseAGC
cim550BufferFillState
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-only
-30..30
999
RX Frequency Offset
13.9.56 CIM550BUFFERFILLSTATE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cim550BufferFillState
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.7.4
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550StatusParameters(7).cim
550BufferFillState(4)
CIM550
cim550StatusParameters
cim550RxFrequencyOffset
cim550RxBER
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-only
0..99
Buffer Fill State
387
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.57 CIM550RXBER
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cim550RxBER
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.7.5
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550StatusParameters(7).cim
550RxBER(5)
CIM550
cim550StatusParameters
cim550BufferFillState
cim550RedundancyState
OBJECT-TYPE
bad syntax
Unsigned32
Unsigned32
current
read-only
RX Bit Error Rate (BER)
13.9.58 CIM550REDUNDANCYSTATE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
2
Description
cim550RedundancyState
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.7.6
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550StatusParameters(7).cim
550RedundancyState(6)
CIM550
cim550StatusParameters
cim550RxBER
cim550ModemUnitFaults
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-only
offline(0)
online(1)
Redundancy State
388
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.59 CIM550MODEMUNITFAULTS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cim550ModemUnitFaults
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.7.7
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550StatusParameters(7).cim
550ModemUnitFaults(7)
CIM550
cim550StatusParameters
cim550RedundancyState
cim550ModemTxTrafficFaults
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-only
0..8191
Modem Unit Faults (read only)
13.9.60 CIM550MODEMTXTRAFFICFAULTS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cim550ModemTxTrafficFaults
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.7.8
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550StatusParameters(7).cim
550ModemTxTrafficFaults(8)
CIM550
cim550StatusParameters
cim550ModemUnitFaults
cim550ModemRxTrafficFaults
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-only
0..31
Modem TX Traffic Faults (read only)
389
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.61 CIM550MODEMRXTRAFFICFAULTS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Size list
1
Description
cim550ModemRxTrafficFaults
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.7.9
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550StatusParameters(7).cim
550ModemRxTrafficFaults(9)
CIM550
cim550StatusParameters
cim550ModemTxTrafficFaults
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
0..255
Modem RX Traffic Faults (read only)
13.9.62 CIM550LOGS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Child
Type
cim550Logs
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.8
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550Logs(8)
CIM550
cim550Objects
cim550StatusParameters
cim550Notifications
cim550ClearEventsLog
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
390
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.63 CIM550CLEAREVENTSLOG
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
Description
cim550ClearEventsLog
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.8.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550Logs(8).cim550ClearEve
ntsLog(1)
CIM550
cim550Logs
cim550NumberUnreadEvents
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
yes(1)
Clear Events Log
13.9.64 CIM550NUMBERUNREADEVENTS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cim550NumberUnreadEvents
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.8.2
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550Logs(8).cim550NumberU
nreadEvents(2)
CIM550
cim550Logs
cim550ClearEventsLog
cim550RetrieveNext5Events
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-only
0..99
Number of Unread Events
391
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.65 CIM550RETRIEVENEXT5EVENTS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cim550RetrieveNext5Events
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.8.3
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(624
7).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550Logs(8).cim550RetrieveNext5
Events(3)
CIM550
cim550Logs
cim550NumberUnreadEvents
cim550SetStatisticInterval
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_OCTETS
OCTET STRING
DisplayString
current
read-only
Retrieve Next 5 Events
13.9.66 CIM550SETSTATISTICINTERVAL
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Description
cim550SetStatisticInterval
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.8.4
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550Logs(8).cim550SetStatist
icInterval(4)
CIM550
cim550Logs
cim550RetrieveNext5Events
cim550ClearStatisticsLog
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
none(0)
mins10(1)
mins20(2)
mins30(3)
mins40(4)
mins50(5)
mins60(6)
mins70(7)
mins80(8)
mins90(9)
Set Statistic Interval
392
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.67 CIM550CLEARSTATISTICSLOG
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
Description
cim550ClearStatisticsLog
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.8.5
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550Logs(8).cim550ClearStati
sticsLog(5)
CIM550
cim550Logs
cim550SetStatisticInterval
cim550NumberUnreadStatistics
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
yes(1)
Clear Statistics Log
13.9.68 CIM550NUMBERUNREADSTATISTICS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
cim550NumberUnreadStatistics
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.8.6
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550Logs(8).cim550NumberU
nreadStatistics(6)
CIM550
cim550Logs
cim550ClearStatisticsLog
cim550RetrieveNext5Statistics
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-only
0..250
Number of Unread Statistics
393
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.69 CIM550RETRIEVENEXT5STATISTICS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Description
cim550RetrieveNext5Statistics
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.8.7
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550Logs(8).cim550RetrieveN
ext5Statistics(7)
CIM550
cim550Logs
cim550NumberUnreadStatistics
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_OCTETS
OCTET STRING
DisplayString
current
read-only
Retrieve Next 5 Statistics
13.9.70 CIM550NOTIFICATIONS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Child
Type
cim550Notifications
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.9
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550Notifications(9)
CIM550
cim550Objects
cim550Logs
cim550NotificationsPrefix
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
13.9.71 CIM550NOTIFICATIONSPREFIX
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Child
Type
cim550NotificationsPrefix
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.9.0
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).c
omtech(6247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550Notific
ations(9).cim550NotificationsPrefix(0)
CIM550
cim550Notifications
cim550ModemUnitFaultsNotification
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
394
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.72 CIM550MODEMUNITFAULTSNOTIFICATION
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Next sibling
Type
Objects
1
Description
cim550ModemUnitFaultsNotification
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.9.0.624751
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550Notifications(9).cim550N
otificationsPrefix(0).cim550ModemUnitFaultsNotification(624751)
CIM550
cim550NotificationsPrefix
cim550ModemTxTrafficFaultsNotification
NOTIFICATION-TYPE
cim550ModemUnitFaults
Modem Unit Faults Trap
13.9.73 CIM550MODEMTXTRAFFICFAULTSNOTIFICATION
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Objects
1
Description
cim550ModemTxTrafficFaultsNotification
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.9.0.624752
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550Notifications(9).cim550N
otificationsPrefix(0).cim550ModemTxTrafficFaultsNotification(6247
52)
CIM550
cim550NotificationsPrefix
cim550ModemUnitFaultsNotification
cim550ModemRxTrafficFaultsNotification
NOTIFICATION-TYPE
cim550ModemTxTrafficFaults
Modem TX Traffic Faults
13.9.74 CIM550MODEMRXTRAFFICFAULTSNOTIFICATION
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Type
Objects
1
Description
cim550ModemRxTrafficFaultsNotification
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.1.9.0.624753
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).cim550Objects(1).cim550Notifications(9).cim550N
otificationsPrefix(0).cim550ModemRxTrafficFaultsNotification(6247
53)
CIM550
cim550NotificationsPrefix
cim550ModemTxTrafficFaultsNotification
NOTIFICATION-TYPE
cim550ModemRxTrafficFaults
Modem RX Traffic Faults
395
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.75 ODUOBJECTS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Child
Type
oduObjects
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).oduObjects(2)
CIM550
cim550
cim550Objects
oduSelect
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
13.9.76 ODUSELECT
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
2
Description
oduSelect
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).oduObjects(2).oduSelect(1)
CIM550
oduObjects
oduSystemInfo
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
odu1(1)
odu2(2)
ODU Select
13.9.77 ODUSYSTEMINFO
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Child
Type
oduSystemInfo
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.2
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).oduObjects(2).oduSystemInfo(2)
CIM550
oduObjects
oduSelect
oduUnitParameters
oduModelNumberSoftwareVer
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
396
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.78 ODUMODELNUMBERSOFTWAREVER
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
oduModelNumberSoftwareVer
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.2.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).oduObjects(2).oduSystemInfo(2).oduModelNumber
SoftwareVer(1)
CIM550
oduSystemInfo
oduUnitSerialNumber
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_OCTETS
OCTET STRING
DisplayString
current
read-only
20
Model Number Software Version
13.9.79 ODUUNITSERIALNUMBER
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
oduUnitSerialNumber
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.2.2
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).oduObjects(2).oduSystemInfo(2).oduUnitSerialNu
mber(2)
CIM550
oduSystemInfo
oduModelNumberSoftwareVer
oduDeviceTime
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_OCTETS
OCTET STRING
DisplayString
current
read-only
6
Unit Serial Number
397
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.80 ODUDEVICETIME
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
oduDeviceTime
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.2.3
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).co
mtech(6247).cim550(5).oduObjects(2).oduSystemInfo(2).od
uDeviceTime(3)
CIM550
oduSystemInfo
oduUnitSerialNumber
oduDeviceDate
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_OCTETS
OCTET STRING
DisplayString
current
read-write
8
Device Time
13.9.81 ODUDEVICEDATE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
oduDeviceDate
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.2.4
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).oduObjects(2).oduSystemInfo(2).oduDeviceDate(4
)
CIM550
oduSystemInfo
oduDeviceTime
oduCircuitID
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_OCTETS
OCTET STRING
DisplayString
current
read-write
8
Device Date
398
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.82 ODUCIRCUITID
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
oduCircuitID
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.2.5
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).oduObjects(2).oduSystemInfo(2).oduCircuitID(5)
CIM550
oduSystemInfo
oduDeviceDate
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_OCTETS
OCTET STRING
DisplayString
current
read-write
24
Circuit ID
13.9.83 ODUUNITPARAMETERS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Child
Type
oduUnitParameters
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.3
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).oduObjects(2).oduUnitParameters(3)
CIM550
oduObjects
oduSystemInfo
oduTxParameters
oduUnitMuteMode
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
399
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.84 ODUUNITMUTEMODE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
2
Description
oduUnitMuteMode
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.3.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).oduObjects(2).oduUnitParameters(3).oduUnitMute
Mode(1)
CIM550
oduUnitParameters
oduUnitColdStart
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
unmute(0)
mute(1)
Unit Mute Mode
13.9.85 ODUUNITCOLDSTART
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
2
Description
oduUnitColdStart
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.3.2
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).oduObjects(2).oduUnitParameters(3).oduUnitCold
Start(2)
CIM550
oduUnitParameters
oduUnitMuteMode
oduUnitAutoFaultRecovery
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
disabled(0)
enabled(1)
Unit Cold Start
400
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.86 ODUUNITAUTOFAULTRECOVERY
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
2
Description
oduUnitAutoFaultRecovery
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.3.3
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).oduObjects(2).oduUnitParameters(3).oduUnitAuto
FaultRecovery(3)
CIM550
oduUnitParameters
oduUnitColdStart
oduUnitExtRefFaultLogic
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
disabled(0)
enabled(1)
Unit Auto Fault Recovery
13.9.87 ODUUNITEXTREFFAULTLOGIC
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
2
Description
oduUnitExtRefFaultLogic
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.3.4
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).oduObjects(2).oduUnitParameters(3).oduUnitExtR
efFaultLogic(4)
CIM550
oduUnitParameters
oduUnitAutoFaultRecovery
oduUnitRefOscAdjust
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
disabled(0)
enabled(1)
Unit External Reference Fault Logic
401
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.88 ODUUNITREFOSCADJUST
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
oduUnitRefOscAdjust
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.3.5
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).oduObjects(2).oduUnitParameters(3).oduUnitRefO
scAdjust(5)
CIM550
oduUnitParameters
oduUnitExtRefFaultLogic
oduUnitLNACurrentSource
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
0..255
Unit Reference Oscellator Adjust
13.9.89 ODUUNITLNACURRENTSOURCE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
2
Description
oduUnitLNACurrentSource
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.3.6
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).oduObjects(2).oduUnitParameters(3).oduUnitLNA
CurrentSource(6)
CIM550
oduUnitParameters
oduUnitRefOscAdjust
oduUnitLNACurrentWindow
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
disabled(0)
enabled(1)
Unit LNA Current Source
402
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.90 ODUUNITLNACURRENTWINDOW
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Description
oduUnitLNACurrentWindow
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.3.7
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).oduObjects(2).oduUnitParameters(3).oduUnitLNA
CurrentWindow(7)
CIM550
oduUnitParameters
oduUnitLNACurrentSource
oduUnitLNAFaultLogic
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
percent20(20)
percent25(25)
percent30(30)
percent35(35)
percent40(40)
percent45(45)
percent50(50)
disabled(99)
Unit LNA Current Window
403
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.91 ODUUNITLNAFAULTLOGIC
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
2
Description
oduUnitLNAFaultLogic
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.3.8
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).oduObjects(2).oduUnitParameters(3).oduUnitLNAF
aultLogic(8)
CIM550
oduUnitParameters
oduUnitLNACurrentWindow
oduUnitRedundancyMode
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
disabled(0)
enabled(1)
Unit LNA Fault Logic
13.9.92 ODUUNITREDUNDANCYMODE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
2
Description
oduUnitRedundancyMode
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.3.9
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).oduObjects(2).oduUnitParameters(3).oduUnitRedu
ndancyMode(9)
CIM550
oduUnitParameters
oduUnitLNAFaultLogic
oduUnitRedForceSwitch
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
manual(0)
auto(1)
Unit Redundancy Mode
404
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.93 ODUUNITREDFORCESWITCH
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
Description
oduUnitRedForceSwitch
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.3.10
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).oduObjects(2).oduUnitParameters(3).oduUnitRedF
orceSwitch(10)
CIM550
oduUnitParameters
oduUnitRedundancyMode
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
yes(1)
Unit Redundancy Force Switch
13.9.94 ODUTXPARAMETERS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Child
Type
oduTxParameters
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.4
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).oduObjects(2).oduTxParameters(4)
CIM550
oduObjects
oduUnitParameters
oduRxParameters
oduTxFrequency
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
405
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.95 ODUTXFREQUENCY
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
oduTxFrequency
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.4.1
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).oduObjects(2).oduTxParameters(4).oduTxFrequen
cy(1)
CIM550
oduTxParameters
oduTxAttenuation
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
5845000..18100000
TX Frequency
13.9.96 ODUTXATTENUATION
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Size list
1
Description
oduTxAttenuation
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.4.2
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).oduObjects(2).oduTxParameters(4).oduTxAttenuat
ion(2)
CIM550
oduTxParameters
oduTxFrequency
oduTxAmplifier
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
0..2000
TX Attenuation
406
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
SNMP interface
Rev. 2
CD/CIM550.IOM
13.9.97 ODUTXAMPLIFIER
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
2
Description
oduTxAmplifier
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.4.3
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).oduObjects(2).oduTxParameters(4).oduTxAmplifier
(3)
CIM550
oduTxParameters
oduTxAttenuation
oduTxMute
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
off(0)
on(1)
TX Amplifier
13.9.98 ODUTXMUTE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
Composed syntax
Status
Max-access
Value list
1
2
Description
oduTxMute
1.3.6.1.4.1.6247.5.2.4.4
iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).comtech(6
247).cim550(5).oduObjects(2).oduTxParameters(4).oduTxMute(4)
CIM550
oduTxParameters
oduTxAmplifier
oduTxSlopeMode
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
disabled(0)
enabled(1)
TX Mute
407
CiM-550 IP Enabled Satellite Modem
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13.9.99 ODUTXSLOPEMODE
Name
OID
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Module
Parent
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Type
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Status
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1
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Description
oduTxSlopeMode
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CIM550
oduTxParameters
oduTxMute
oduTxSlopeValue
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
manual(0)
calibrated(1)
TX Slope Mode
13.9.100 ODUTXSLOPEVALUE
Name
OID
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Module
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oduTxSlopeValue
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CIM550
oduTxParameters
oduTxSlopeMode
oduTxGainOffset
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
0..10
TX Slope Value
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13.9.101 ODUTXGAINOFFSET
Name
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Description
oduTxGainOffset
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CIM550
oduTxParameters
oduTxSlopeValue
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
-400..0
TX Gain Offset
13.9.102 ODURXPARAMETERS
Name
OID
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Module
Parent
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Type
oduRxParameters
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oduObjects
oduTxParameters
oduUnitStatus
oduRxFrequency
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
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13.9.103 ODURXFREQUENCY
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oduRxFrequency
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CIM550
oduRxParameters
oduRxAttenuation
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
3400000..14100000
RX Frequency
13.9.104 ODURXATTENUATION
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oduRxAttenuation
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CIM550
oduRxParameters
oduRxFrequency
oduRxMute
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
0..2500
RX Attenuation
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13.9.105 ODURXMUTE
Name
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2
Description
oduRxMute
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CIM550
oduRxParameters
oduRxAttenuation
oduRxSlopeMode
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
disabled(0)
enabled(1)
RX Mute
13.9.106 ODURXSLOPEMODE
Name
OID
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Module
Parent
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Type
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Status
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1
2
Description
oduRxSlopeMode
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CIM550
oduRxParameters
oduRxMute
oduRxSlopeValue
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
manual(0)
calibrated(1)
RX Slope Mode
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13.9.107 ODURXSLOPEVALUE
Name
OID
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Description
oduRxSlopeValue
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CIM550
oduRxParameters
oduRxSlopeMode
oduRxGainOffset
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
0..10
RX Slope Value
13.9.108 ODURXGAINOFFSET
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
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Status
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1
Description
oduRxGainOffset
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oduRxParameters
oduRxSlopeValue
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
-400..0
RX Gain Offset
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13.9.109 ODUUNITSTATUS
Name
OID
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Type
oduUnitStatus
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oduObjects
oduRxParameters
oduLogs
oduOnlineState
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
13.9.110 ODUONLINESTATE
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
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Type
Numerical syntax
Base syntax
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Status
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Value list
1
2
Description
oduOnlineState
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CIM550
oduUnitStatus
oduMaintenanceParameters
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-only
offline(0)
online(1)
Online State
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13.9.111 ODUMAINTENANCEPARAMETERS
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oduMaintenanceParameters
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CIM550
oduUnitStatus
oduOnlineState
oduUnitFaults
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_OCTETS
OCTET STRING
DisplayString
current
read-only
80
Maintenance Parameters
13.9.112 ODUUNITFAULTS
Name
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oduUnitFaults
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CIM550
oduUnitStatus
oduMaintenanceParameters
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-only
0..262143
Unit Faults
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13.9.113 ODULOGS
Name
OID
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Type
oduLogs
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247).cim550(5).oduObjects(2).oduLogs(7)
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oduObjects
oduUnitStatus
oduNotifications
oduClearEventsLog
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
13.9.114 ODUCLEAREVENTSLOG
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Next sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
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Status
Max-access
Value list
1
Description
oduClearEventsLog
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oduLogs
oduNumberUnreadEvents
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-write
yes(1)
Clear Events Log
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13.9.115 ODUNUMBERUNREADEVENTS
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OID
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Description
oduNumberUnreadEvents
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ts(2)
CIM550
oduLogs
oduClearEventsLog
oduRetrieveNext5Events
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_INT
INTEGER
INTEGER
current
read-only
0..99
Number of Unread Events
13.9.116 ODURETRIEVENEXT5EVENTS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Type
Numerical syntax
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Description
oduRetrieveNext5Events
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oduLogs
oduNumberUnreadEvents
OBJECT-TYPE
SNMP_SYNTAX_OCTETS
OCTET STRING
DisplayString
current
read-only
Retrieve Next 5 Events
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13.9.117 ODUNOTIFICATIONS
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Prev sibling
Child
Type
oduNotifications
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oduObjects
oduLogs
oduNotificationsPrefix
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
13.9.118 ODUNOTIFICATIONSPREFIX
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Child
Type
oduNotificationsPrefix
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Prefix(0)
CIM550
oduNotifications
oduUnitFaultsNotification
OBJECT-IDENTIFIER
13.9.119 ODUUNITFAULTSNOTIFICATION
Name
OID
Full path
Module
Parent
Type
Objects
1
Description
oduUnitFaultsNotification
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Prefix(0).oduUnitFaultsNotification(624754)
CIM550
oduNotificationsPrefix
NOTIFICATION-TYPE
oduUnitFaults
ODU Unit Faults
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Chapter 14.
CiM IP Module Checkout and
Fault Isolation
14.1 INTRODUCTION
CAUTION
This equipment contains parts and assemblies sensitive to damage by
ESD. Use ESD precautionary procedures when touching, removing,
or inserting PCBs.
This Chapter is for testing and troublshooting CiM IP module and assumes that the base
satellite modem is correctly configured and functioning properly.
14.2 CIM IP MODULECHECKOUT
The steps in this guide will lead to following configuration:
Ethernet Interface (fei0)
IP Address: 172.17.10.10
Mask: 255.255.255.0
Ethernet Interface (fei0)
IP Address: 172.16.10.10
Mask: 255.255.255.0
HDLC Interfacce (hdl1)
IP Address: 10.1.1.1
Mask: 255.255.255.0
Satellite IP Modem (CiM 1)
HDLC Interfacce (hdl1)
IP Address: 10.1.1.2
Mask: 255.255.255.0
RF or IF
IP Address: 172.16.10.100
Mask: 255.255.255.0
GW: 172.16.10.10
10/100 BaseT
Etherneet Hub
Satellite IP Modem (CiM 2)
IP Address: 172.17.10.100
Mask: 255.255.255.0
GW: 172.17.10.10
PC 1
PC 2
Figure14-1. Typical Point-to-Point System Configuration
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14.2.1 EQUIPMENT LIST
Following equipment is required:
Item
Equipment
Quantity
Comments
1
CiM-550 Modem
2
2
10/100baseT Ethernet Hub
2
Provided by customer
3
PC with NIC and a terminal
emulation program
2
Provided by customer
4
Console cable (DB-9 to RJ-11)
1
Can be procured from Comtech EF Data
5
Ethernet cables
4
Provided by customer
6
IF cables
2
Provided by customer
(For IF loopback only. Additional
equipment required for RF connectivity.)
Optional Equipment
7
Traffic Generator such as
SmartBits
1
Provided by customer
14.2.1 EQUIPMENT SETUP
Step
Procedure
1
Connect each CiM to the PC via the Ethernet Hub.
2
Connect the TX IF on CiM 1 to RX IF of CiM 2 and vice-versa.
3
Connect the DB-9 end of the console cable to the COM1 or COM2 port of the PC and
the RJ-11 end to the console port at the back of CiM 1.
4
Connect CiM 1 and CiM 2 to suitable power supply and turn them ON.
14.2.2 PC CONIGURATION
Step
Procedure
1
Set the IP address on PC 1 to 172.16.10.100, mask to 255.255.255.0 and gateway to
172.16.10.10.
2
Set the IP address on PC 2 to 172.17.10.100, mask to 255.255.255.0 and gateway to
172.17.10.10.
Reboot the PCs (if required).
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14.2.3 TRANSMIT AND RECEIVE IF CONFIGURATION
Step
Procedure
1
Configure the transmit and receive IF parameters on CiM 1 and CiM 2 via the front panel.
Note:
The IF parameters can also be set via console menu, Telnet, web interface and SNMP but for this exercise, it is recommended that the front panel be used.
2
Set the TxPower to minimum level.
3
Before proceeding to next step, make sure that each CiM is locked to the other CiM.
14.2.4 BASIC IP CONFIGURATION
Step
Procedure
1
Launch the terminal emulation program - such as HyperTerminal on Microsoft Windows.
2
Select the appropriate COM port (to which the DB-9 end of the console cable is
connected) and configure it for:
38,400 bps
8 data bits
no parity
1 stop bit
no hardware flow control
3
Press return and to bring up the Main menu.
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14.2.5 MAIN MENU
Figure 14-1. Main Menu
To use this onterface, select the appropriate sub-menu or the entry by pressing the
character indicated at the right. Enter x to return to the previous menu.
14.2.6 RESTORING FACTORY DEFAULT CONFIGURATION
The following sections in this guide assume that the CiM is still in factory default
configuration for IP. If that’s not the case, the factory default configuration can be
restored from the menu:
Step
Procedure
1
From the Main Menu, select Administration sub-menu.
2
From the Administration menu, select Operations and Maintenance sub-menu.
3
From the Operations and Maintenance menu, select Database Operations sub-menu
4
From the Database Operations menu, select Restore Factory Default option
5
Confirm when prompted.
This will erase any user configuration and restore the CiM to factory default
configuration.
14.2.7 CIM 1 CONFIGURATION
CiM has 2 data interfaces - a LAN interface and a WAN interface. The LAN interface is
a 10/100baseT Ethernet port (fei0). The WAN interface is the serial synchronous HDLC
interface (hdl0). The Ethernet MAC address is factory assigned and cannot be changed.
14.2.1.1 SETTING IP ADDRESS(ES)
Step
Procedure
1
From the Main Menu select Interface Configuration sub-menu.
2
From the Interface Configuration Menu select Ethernet Interface (fei0)
3
Set IP Address to 172.16.10.10
4
Set Subnet Prefix Length to 24
5
From the Interface Configuration Menu select Satellite/HDLC Interface (hdl0).
6
Set IP Address to 10.1.1.1
7
Set Subnet Prefix Length to 24
8
Set RX – Enable/Disable and TX – Enable/Disable to Enable.
9
From Receive HDLC Channel Address menu set HDLC Addr 1 to 1 (0x0001)
The other parameters can be left to their factory default settings.
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At this point you should be able to ping CiM 1 from PC 1:
10
ping 172.16.10.10
11
ping 10.1.1.1
14.2.1.2 ROUTE TABLE
Step
Procedure
1
From Main Menu, select Route Table sub-menu.
2
Enter 1 to configure the first route
3
Enter a suitable name
4
Set IP Address to 172.17.10.0
5
Set Number of Subnet Bits to 24
6
Enter the next hop IP address which is CiM 2’s HDLC IP Address, 10.1.1.2
14.2.1.3 SAVE CONFIGURATION
Save parameters to permanent storage.
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14.2.8 CIM 2 CONFIGURATION
Disconnect RJ-11 end of the console cable from CiM 1 and connect it to CiM 2.
14.2.8.1 SETTING IP ADDRESS(ES)
Step
Procedure
1
From the Main Menu select Network Configuration sub-menu.
2
Set Ethernet IP Address to 172.17.10.10.
3
Set Subnet Prefix Length to 24.
4
Set HDLC IP Address to 10.1.1.2.
5
Set RX – Enable/Disable and TX – Enable/Disable to Enable.
6
From Receive HDLC Channel Address menu set HDLC Addr 1 to 1 (0x0001)
The other parameters can be left to their factory default settings. At this point you should
be able to ping CiM 2 from PC 2:
7
ping 172.17.10.10
8
ping 10.1.1.2
14.2.8.2 ROUTE TABLE
Step
Procedure
1
From Transmitter Configuration, sub-menu select Route Table sub-menu.
2
Enter 1 to configure the first route
3
Enter a suitable name
4
Set IP Address to 172.16.10.0
5
Set Number of Subnet Bits to 24
6
Enter the next hop IP address which is CiM 1’s HDLC IP Address, 10.1.1.1
14.2.8.3 SAVE CONFIGURATION
Save parameters to permanent storage.
14.2.9 VERIFICATION
At this point the basic configuration is over and you should be able to:
Ping PC 1 from PC 2 and vice versa
Ping CiM 2 from PC 1 and vice versa
Pass any other data between the 2 PCs
If Pings are not successful, refer to section 14.3, Troubleshooting IP Module.
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14.3 TROUBLESHOOTING IP MODULE
Use the following troubleshooting steps if unable to succesfully complete “CiM IP
Module Checkout”.
Step
1
Problem
No Ping response from the
locally connected PC to the CiM
ethernet port. ICMP resonse is
‘Request timed out’ or
‘Destination host unreachable’.
Action
1) Verify correct IP address/subnet on PC and CiM.
2) Verify ethernet connection – cables, hub, etc. PC
and CiM should have Ethernet activity LED lit.
NOTE: a PC must be connected to the CiM using a
hub, switch or a RJ45 crossover cable.
2
No Ping response from the
locally connected PC to the CiM
HDLC port. ICMP resonse is
‘Request timed out’ or
‘Destination host unreachable’.
1) Verify the PC gateway is set to the IP address of
the CiM ethernet port
3
No Ping response from PC 1 to
PC 2 or vice versa. ICMP
resonse is
‘ Reply from 172.1X.10.10 Destination host unreachable’
1) Verify CiM Route Tables are correct
4
No Ping response from PC 1 to
PC 2 or vice versa. ICMP
resonse is
‘ICMP resonse is ‘Request timed
out’.
1) Verify CiM HDLC IP address/subnet and HDLC
Channel Address settings are correct.
2) Send a constant ping from the PC 1 ‘ping
172.1X.10.100 –t’ to PC 2. In the CiM 1, go to
Operations and Maintenance/Diagnostics. Enable
‘Dump Packets transmitted to Satellite Interface”.
Verify that the Pings are being transmitted by
observing 1 packet on CLI every second. If not
displayed, reverify PC 1 and CiM 1 settings.
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3) Continue sending constant ping from the PC 1 to
PC 2. In the CiM 2, go to Operations
Maintenance/Diagnostics. Enable ‘Dump Packets
received from Satellite Interface”. Verify that the Pings
are being received by observing 1 packet on CLI every
second. If not displayed;
a) Reverify PC 2 and CiM 2 settings.
b) Verify IF link between modems for proper
settings and carrier quality (RX signal leval,
Eb/No, etc). It is possible that there is a
spectrum inversion, particulary if you are using
the CiM-550L with RF converter equipment. If
this is the case, the signal level & Eb/No may
be OK, but no data will be received. To correct
this invert the TX and RX Spectrum on one of
the CiM-550L’s.
NOTE: All pings transmitted will require a reply to be
transmitted from the target host. Use the Diagnostics
‘Dump Packets” tools to isolate where packets are lost
in the CiM duplex paths. Also, always disable “Dump
Packets” before sending live traffic.
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Application Note - Flash Upgrading the
CiM-550 Satellite Modems
Flash Upgrade Overview
Many Comtech EF Data modems use "flash memory" internally, eliminating the need for physically replacing firmware. The advantages of
using flash are many, but perhaps the greatest benefit is realized by not having to disassemble the modems to replace an integrated
circuit. New firmware can simply be uploaded to the units from an external PC.
The CiM family of modems have base modem firmware (M&C) and CiM module firmware.
IMPORTANT
Performing a base modem M&C flash upgrade erases the non-volatile RAM, which is
where the modem's configuration is stored. Users must re-enter the desired
configuration parameters.
Note: While the M&C and CiM module firmware downloads are independent processes, the modem may require the latest firmware
releases for both the M&C and CiM module for proper functionality.
Flash updating firmware is a simple process, and users can now obtain upgrades by any of these convenient means:
Download from the Comtech EF Data website (http://www.comtechefdata.com)
Download from the Comtech EF data FTP Site (ftp://ftp.comtechefdata.com)
Contact CiM Field Support for downloading information (cimfss@comtechefdata.com)
Request as E-mail attachments
Request shipment on diskettes or CD-ROM.
The M&C upgrade can be performed without opening the unit, by connecting the modem to the serial port of a computer and executing a
flash uploader software program. The cable to connect the PC to the modem is the same as is used for normal EIA-232 remote control,
and comprises three wires connected between two 9-pin "D" type female connectors. Ensure this cable is connected and working properly
before proceeding with an M&C or BULK firmware flash upgrade.
The CiM module firmware is upgraded by using an FTP utility to transfer the flash files to the modem. The cable to connect the PC to the
modem is a standard 8 pin category 5 Ethernet cable. An Ethernet switch, hub or crossover cable is required to facilitate proper
connectivity. Ensure this connection is working properly before proceeding with a CiM module firmware flash upgrade.
IMPORTANT
The Remote Control port EIA-232 lines used for Flash upgrading are also connected to the
Primary 25-pin data connector (P3B), and are used when 1:N Redundancy Switch is
connected. Please ensure that NOTHING is connected to P3B pins 4, 21 and 22 – if these
pins are used, the EIA-232 remote control port will not function, and Flash upgrading will be
impossible.
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Flash Upgrading
Rev. 2
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Downloading Flash Upgrades from the Web
Base Modem (M&C or BULK Firmware)
The latest firmware releases and a free software utility are available on the Comtech EF Data web site (http://www.comtechefdata.com).
This utility is designed to run under Windows 95/98 or Windows NT/2000/XP and provides all of the support required to perform a Comtech
EF Data firmware reflash. If web downloading is not available or practical, contact the Customer Support department to obtain the firmware
via an alternate method.
The downloadable firmware files are provided in both .zip or self extracting .exe formats. If your firewall does not permit downloading an
.exe file, try the .zip file instead. The downloadable file contents are identical, usually comprising an uploader program, a help file, and a
flashable data file.
How to Download Base Modem M&C Firmware Flash Upgrade Files
Step
1
Procedure
Create a new folder on the PC. This folder will be the destination folder for any flash upgrade files downloaded.
2
On the Comtech EF Data web site (http://www.comtechefdata.com/), click the "downloads" link.
3
Click the "flash upgrades" link for detailed downloading instructions. There are two primary instruction sheets, one for
the base M&C/BULK firmware and one for the CiM-550 and CiM-300L IP module firmware. The instruction sheet
displayed will be for the M&C/BULK firmware.
4
Click the "flash firmware data files" link (located at the bottom of the instruction page). The flash firmware data files are
organized by product.
5
Click the product type.
6
Identify and download the latest base modem M&C firmware file to the destination folder on the PC.
How to Perform a Flash Upgrade for Base Modem M&C Firmware
Included in the M&C download is an uploader software utility program. Full online help is provided with this uploader program. However, if
you experience a problem, or have a question, contact Comtech EF Data Network Customer Support for assistance.
Step Procedure
1
On the PC, double-click the .exe or .zip flash upgrade file to uncompress its contents.
2
Identify and execute the uploader program.
3
Follow the instructions presented on the screen to select a firmware file and initiate the upload.
Following a successful upload process, the modem will automatically restart, running the new version of the firmware.
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Flash Upgrading
Rev. 2
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CiM IP Module Firmware
Perform the CiM IP Module upgrade by using an FTP (File Transfer Protocol) utility program.
The latest firmware releases are available on the Comtech EF Data web site (http://www.comtechefdata.com). An FTP utility is required to
perform a Comtech EF Data firmware reflash. If web downloading is not available or practical, contact the Network Customer Support
department (cimfss@comtechefdata.com) to obtain the firmware via an alternate method.
The downloadable firmware files are provided in both .zip or self extracting .exe formats. If your firewall does not permit downloading an
.exe file, try the .zip file instead. The downloadable file contents are identical, usually comprised of several flashable data files.
How to Download CiM IP Module Firmware
Step
1
Procedure
Create a new folder on the PC. This folder will be the destination folder for any flash upgrade files downloaded.
2
On the Comtech EF Data web site (http://www.comtechefdata.com/), click the "downloads" link.
3
Click the "flash upgrades" link for detailed downloading instructions. There are two primary instruction sheets: One for
the base M&C/BULK firmware and one for the CiM-550 and CiM-300L IP module firmware. The instruction sheet
displayed will be for the M&C/BULK firmware. Click on the link for the CiM module to display the CiM firmware upgrade
procedure.
4
Click the "flash firmware data files" link (located at the bottom of the instruction page). The flash firmware data files are
organized by product.
5
Click the product type (CiM-550 or CiM-300L).
6
Identify and download the latest IP module firmware file to the destination folder on the PC.
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How to Perform a Flash Upgrade for the CiM IP Module
Step
1
Procedure
On the PC, double-click the .exe or .zip flash upgrade file to uncompress its contents. Ensure that the following
unzipped files are located in the directory:
fw9781-1x.mpp, where "x" is the version number (FPGA).
fw9630-1x.mpp, where "x" is the version number (Application).
fw9630-2x.mib, where "x" is the version number (CIMController mib).
fw9630-3x.mib, where "x" is the version number (CiM550.mib).
fw9630-4x.mib, where "x" is the version number (CIM300L.mib).
fw9630-5x.mib, where "x" is the version number (CIM550Traps.mib).
fw9630-6x.mib, where "x" is the version number (CIM300Ltraps.mib).
Notes on .mib files: The .mib files are only needed when using SNMP operation with a customer-supplied MIB browser. The
.mib files are compiled on a MIB Browser (CiM Controller mib must be compiled first, refer to compiling instructions provided with
the MIB Browser that you are using).
The CIMController.mib (fw9630-2x.mib) file is required for proper SNMP operation of both the CiM-550 and CiM-300L.
The CiM550.mib (fw9630-3x.mib) file is required if you are using CiM-550 modems.
The CiM300L.mib (fw9630-4x.mib) file is required required if you are using CiM300L modems.
The CIM550Traps.mib (fw9630-5x.mib) is required if you are only using the CiM-550 and using SNMP v1 traps.
The CIM300LTraps.mib (fw9630-6x.mib) is required if you are only using the CiM-300L and using SNMP v1 traps.
The CIM550Traps.mib and the CIM300LTraps.mib are not required if you are using SNMP v2 traps.
2
Connect the Client PC to the CiM Modem via an Ethernet Hub, Switch, or Ethernet crossover cable. Verify the connection
by issuing a "ping" command to the CiM.
3
Initiate an FTP session with the CiM by typing "ftp xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx" where "xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx" is the IP address of the CiM.
Enter your admin user name and password to complete the login.
4
Verify the FTP transfer is binary by typing "bin".
5
Type "prompt" then type "hash" to facilitate the transfer process.
6
Type "mput *.mpp" to begin the file transfers
Note: This will load the Application fw9630-1x.mpp and the FPGA fw9781-1x.mpp files.
7
After verifying a successful file transfer, terminate the FTP transfer by typing "by".
8
Reboot the CiM. Verify the new software versions are booting by observing the following messages on the terminal
screen:
"Booting flash image fwXXXX-YY, version Z.Z.Z (Appl #2)" where XXXX-YY is the firmware number/revision and
Z.Z.Z is the version number.
"Programming FPGA using image UART (FPGA #2)… Done"
If you experience a problem, or have a question, contact Comtech EF Data Network Customer Support for assistance:
Comtech EF Data Network Customer Support
Phone 480.333.2089
Email - cimfss@comtechefdata.com
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Index
EasyConnect? for non-IP traffic ..................5
EB/NO MEASUREMENT ......................493
EDMAC CHANNEL ...............................489
EGP Group...............................................165
EIA-232 Operation...................................465
EIA-232....................................................434
EIA-485....................................................433
End Of Packet ..........................................438
Ethernet Interface Connector ...................498
F
FORWARD ERROR CORRECTION
OPTIONS...........................................475
FRONT PANEL MENUS..........................21
Front Panel Operation ................................18
Front Panel Operation ................................21
Functional Description.............................463
H
H.2 M&C Connection...............................491
H.3Setup Summary..................................492
Home Page ...............................................120
I
ICMP Group.............................................161
IGMP Support for Multicast ........................5
INSTALLATION ......................................13
Instruction Code Qualifier .......................436
Instruction Code.......................................436
Interface Configuration Page .....................74
Interface Group ........................................154
Interface Group ........................................175
INTRODUCTION .......................................1
IP Datagram Compression ...........................5
IP Header Compression ...............................5
K
Keypad .......................................................22
L
Led Indicators ............................................23
Logoff ......................................................121
M
Main Menu Page ........................................58
Maintenance.............................................147
Major Assemblies ........................................2
Measuring Eb/No .....................................493
Menu Screens.............................................27
A
About this Manual...................................... ix
Address ....................................................435
Administration Page...................................60
Administration .........................................124
Alarms Connector - 15 Pin 'D' Type Male496
APPLICATION NOTE - FLASH
UPGRADING THE CIM-550
SATELLITE
ASYNC EIA-232 Specifications .............465
Async-Serial Console...............................498
AUPC (Automatic Uplink Power Control)471
AUPC...........................................................2
Auxiliary Serial Connector – He1402 3 Pin
Header ................................................497
B
Basic Protocol ..........................................434
C
CDM-550 Emulation Mode .........................3
Objects Group ..........................................187
CiM 550 Private MIB ..............................187
CIM Administration Group......................167
CiM IP Controller MIB Tree: ..................203
CiM IP Controller MIB............................211
CIM IP Controller Private MIB ...............167
CiM-550 MIB Tree ..................................329
CiM-550 MIB ..........................................335
CLI AND TELNET INTERFACE ............57
CLOCKING.............................................466
Compensation Rate ..................................473
Configuration Summary...........................126
Configuration .............................................14
Connect External Cables............................14
Connector Description ...............................14
CONNECTOR PINOUTS .......................495
Contact Information .................................122
D
Data Connector - 25 Pin 'D' Type Female495
Data Interfaces .............................................3
DES Encryption with Ability to Change
Keys .......................................................5
Dimensional Envelope ...............................12
E
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Setup ........................................................465
SNMP Group ...........................................165
SNMP INTERFACE................................151
SNMP Interface .......................................151
SNMP Operations ......................................18
Software .......................................................3
Specifications...............................................7
Standard Features.........................................2
Start Of Packet .........................................435
Support.....................................................123
System Group...........................................152
T
TCP Acceleration.........................................4
TCP Group ...............................................162
Telnet Operations.......................................18
THEORY OF OPERATION....................463
Theory Of Operation................................489
Transmission Group.................................165
Transmit and Receive Clocking...............469
Turbo Product Codec (Option) ................477
Turbo Product Coding (TPC).......................4
U
UDP Group ..............................................163
Uncoded Operation (No FEC) .................480
Unpacking and Inspection..........................13
Vacuum Fluorescent Display (VFD) .........22
V
Verification ..................................................3
Viterbi ......................................................475
Menu Tree..................................................23
Message Arguments.................................438
Methods of Operation ................................17
METRIC CONVERSIONS .....................503
MIB-II ......................................................151
Modem Parameters Page............................89
MODEMS ................................................499
Monitoring and Reports ...........................141
Monitoring ...............................................473
Mounting Kits ............................................13
N
Network Address Translation (NAT) ..........5
O
Offset QPSK Operation ...........................464
On the receive side...................................490
On the transmit side: ................................489
OPERATION.............................................17
Operations and Maintenance Page...........103
Options.........................................................4
Overview....................................................57
P
Packet Structure .......................................435
Private MIB Implementations..................167
Protocol Configuration Page......................83
Q
Quality of Service ........................................5
R
Redundancy Configuration Page .............100
Redundancy Configuration ..........................6
Remote Control Connector - 9 Pin 'D' Type
Male ...................................................497
REMOTE CONTROL .............................433
Route Table Configuration Page................79
S
Select Internal IF Loop ..............................14
SELECT\INFO ..........................................44
SELECT\MONIT.......................................47
SELECT\ODU ...........................................55
SELECT\STORE\LD.................................53
SELECT\UTIL...........................................54
Sequential.................................................476
Serial Command Line Interface (CLI)
Operations ............................................19
Serial Remote Control Operations .............19
Setting AUPC Parameters........................471
W
Web Server Menu Tree............................117
Web Server Operation................................18
WEB SERVER PAGES...........................117
Web Server Pages ....................................120
Web Server Usage....................................117
432
METRIC CONVERSIONS
Units of Length
Unit
Centimeter
Inch
Foot
Yard
Mile
Meter
Kilometer
Millimeter
1 centimeter
—
0.3937
0.03281
0.01094
6.214 x 10-6
0.01
—
—
1 inch
2.540
—
0.08333
0.2778
1.578 x 10-5
0.254
—
25.4
1 foot
30.480
12.0
—
0.3333
1.893 x 10-4
0.3048
—
—
1 yard
91.44
36.0
3.0
—
5.679 x 10-4
0.9144
—
—
1 meter
100.0
39.37
3.281
1.094
6.214 x 10-4
—
—
—
1 mile
1.609 x 105
6.336 x 104
5.280 x 103
1.760 x 103
—
1.609 x 103
1.609
—
1 mm
—
0.03937
—
—
—
—
—
—
1 kilometer
—
—
—
—
0.621
—
—
—
Temperature Conversions
° Fahrenheit
Unit
° Centigrade
Formulas
0
—
C = (F - 32) * 0.555
(water freezes)
32° Fahrenheit
100
—
F = (C * 1.8) + 32
(water boils)
212° Fahrenheit
273.1
—
(absolute 0)
-459.6° Fahrenheit
Units of Weight
Gram
Ounce
Avoirdupois
Ounce
Troy
Pound
Avoir.
Pound
Troy
Kilogram
—
0.03527
0.03215
0.002205
0.002679
0.001
1 oz. avoir.
28.35
—
0.9115
0.0625
0.07595
0.02835
1 oz. troy
31.10
1.097
—
0.06857
0.08333
0.03110
1 lb. avoir.
453.6
16.0
14.58
—
1.215
0.4536
1 lb. Troy
373.2
13.17
12.0
0.8229
—
0.3732
1 kilogram
1.0 x 103
35.27
32.15
2.205
2.679
—
Unit
1 gram
433
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