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ATM Line Cards
Models 8955, 8965, 8968,
8975, and 8985
User’s Guide
Document No. 8900-A2-GB20-50
August 2005
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Contents
About This Guide
1
2
3
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Document Purpose and Intended Audience . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
iii
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Document Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
iii
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Product-Related Documents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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About the ATM Line Cards
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ATM Line Cards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-1
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ATM Line Card Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-2
ATM Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-2
Endpoint Support Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-2
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Sample Network Configurations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-3
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SNMP Management Capabilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-4
Management Information Base (MIB) Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-4
SNMP Trap Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-4
Accessing the SCP Card Web Interface
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Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-1
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Logging Into the Web Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-1
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Help Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-2
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Ending a Session . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-2
Configuration Using the Web Interface
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Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-1
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Configuring Spectrum Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-1
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Configuring ReachDSL Ports (8955 and 8975) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-2
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Configuring ADSL Ports (8965, 8968) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-3
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Configuring SHDSL Ports (8985) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-5
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Configuring Line Profiles (8955, 8965, 8975, 8968). . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-6
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Creating Line Profiles for Ports (8985) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-7
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Configuring Alarm Threshold Profiles (8955, 8965, 8968, 8975) . . . . .
3-8
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Creating Alarm Threshold Profiles for Model 8985 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-10
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Configuring Cross Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-12
Default Mappings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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5
6
Adding a Port-to-Port Cross Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-12
Adding a Slot-to-Slot Cross Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-14
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Configuring ATM Ports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-16
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Configuring Traffic Profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-17
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What to Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-1
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Front Panel LEDs (Models 8955, 8965, 8975, and 8985) . . . . . . . . . .
4-3
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Front Panel LEDs (Model 8968). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-4
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Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-1
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Lamp Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-1
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Loopback Test (Model 8985 Only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-2
Monitoring
Diagnostics
Maintenance Procedures
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Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-1
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Uploading and Downloading a Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-2
Resetting the Configuration to Default Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-3
Resetting the Configuration to Downloaded Settings . . . . . . . . . .
6-3
Downloading and Switching Firmware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-4
Downloading Firmware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-4
Switching Firmware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-5
Restarting the Line Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-5
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A Connector Pin Assignments
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8620 and 8820 Telco Connector Pinouts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
A-1
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Model 8968 Line Card Telco Connector Pinouts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
A-2
B Technical Specifications
Index
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Document Purpose and Intended Audience
This guide contains information needed to configure and operate the Models
8955-B1, 8965-B2, 8968-B1, 8975-B1, and 8985-B2 ATM line cards, and is
intended for installers and operators. Basic installation information can be found in
the ATM Line Cards, Models 8955, 8965, 8968, 8975, and 8985, Installation
Instructions.
Document Summary
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Section
Description
Chapter 1, About the ATM Line
Cards
Describes the cards’ features and capabilities.
Chapter 2, Accessing the SCP
Card Web Interface
Provides instructions for accessing the user interface.
Chapter 3, Configuration Using
the Web Interface
Provides instructions for configuring the line cards.
Chapter 4, Monitoring
Describes how to locate information about a line card
and its status.
Chapter 5, Diagnostics
Provides instructions for running a lamp test and
loopback test.
Chapter 6, Maintenance
Procedures
Provides instructions for uploading or downloading a
configuration, downloading firmware, and resetting the
card.
Appendix A, Connector Pin
Assignments
Lists the pin assignments for the Broadband Loop
Carrier (BLC) Telco connectors.
Appendix B, Technical
Specifications
Contains physical and regulatory specifications, and
power consumption values.
Index
Lists key terms, acronyms, concepts, and sections in
alphabetical order.
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About This Guide
A master glossary of terms and acronyms used in Paradyne documents is
available on the World Wide Web at www.paradyne.com. Select Support →
Technical Manuals → Technical Glossary.
Product-Related Documents
Complete documentation for this product is available online at
www.paradyne.com. Select Support → Technical Manuals.
Document Number Document Title
6381-A2-GN10
Hotwire ReachDSL Modem, Model 6381 with Inline Phone Filter,
Installation Instructions
6390-A2-GK40
Hotwire ReachDSL Modem, Model 6390 with Inline Phone Filter,
Installation and Operation Supplement
6390-A2-GN10
Hotwire ReachDSL Modem, Model 6390 with Inline Phone Filter,
Installation Instructions
7890-A2-GB22
GrandVIEW EMS User’s Guide
8000-A2-GB30
8620 and 8820 Broadband Loop Carrier SNMP Reference
8400-A2-GB20
Shelf Concentration and Processing (SCP) Card with ATM
Uplink User’s Guide
8400-A2-GB21
Shelf Concentration and Processing (SCP) Card with IP Uplink
User’s Guide
8400-A3-GB21
8620 and 8820 Broadband Loop Carrier TL1 Interface
Reference
8400-A3-GB22
8620 and 8820 Broadband Loop Carrier Command Line
Interface Reference
8620-A2-GN20
8620 Broadband Loop Carrier Installation Guide
8820-A2-GN20
8820 Broadband Loop Carrier Installation Guide
8900-A2-GZ40
ATM Line Cards, Models 8955, 8965, 8968, 8975, and 8985,
Installation Instructions
To order a paper copy of a Paradyne document, or to speak with a sales
representative, please call 1-727-530-2000.
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About the ATM Line Cards
1
ATM Line Cards
The 8955, 8965, 8968, 8975, and 8985 Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) Line
Cards are circuit boards mounted in an 8620 or 8820 Broadband Loop Carrier
(BLC) and used to transport ATM cells at high speeds over a single twisted-pair
connection or, optionally, two twisted-pair connections (8985 only).
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Model 8955 supports ReachDSL®. It automatically adjusts to the highest rate
the loop can support, from 32 to 2176 kbps. It has 24 ports.
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Models 8965 and 8968 support Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL).
They can be set to adapt to the line conditions at startup, or set to the following
fixed rates depending on line code:
— G.lite: 64 to 3008 kbps downstream and 32 to 512 kbps upstream.
— G.dmt, ANSI T1.413, ADSL2, and ADSL2+: 32 to 8000 kbps downstream
and 32 to 832 kbps upstream.
— ADSL2: 32 to 16000 kbps downstream and 32 to 1056 kbps upstream.
— ADSL2+: 32 to 29000 kbps downstream and 32 to 2200 kbps upstream.
The Model 8965 has 24 ports and the Model 8968 has 48 ports.
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Model 8975 supports ReachDSL+, providing ADSL or ReachDSL 2.2 on a
port-by-port basis depending on the capabilities of the line and endpoint.
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Model 8985 supports Single-pair High-speed Digital Subscriber Line
(SHDSL). It can be set to adapt to the line conditions at startup, or set to a
fixed line rate from 192 to 2304 kbps (or 384 to 4608 kbps with two wire pairs).
It has 24 ports.
The 8955, 8965, 8968, 8975, and 8985 line cards are configured and managed
using the Shelf Concentration and Processing (SCP) card.
Part of Paradyne’s Hotwire Connected™ program, the cards interoperate with
third-party DSL endpoints providing end users with the ability to select the best
equipment to fit their application. The line cards also integrate support for multiple
DSL services on a single card.
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ATM Line Card Features
The ATM Line Cards have these standard features:
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Alarm indication. Activates front panel LEDs.
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Diagnostics. Provides lamp test and SHDSL line loopback (8985).
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Device and test monitoring. Provides the capability of tracking and
evaluating the unit’s operation, including health and status, and error-rate
monitoring.
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Software upgrade. Supports software upgrades using FTP.
ATM Features
The cards’ ATM features include:
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Classes of service. Supports traffic management service categories
necessary to support voice and data applications:
— CBR
— rt-VBR
— nrt-VBR
— UBR (only class of service supported for the Model 8955)
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Auto configuration. Two Virtual Channel Connections (VCCs) per port are
automatically configured, providing data and voice services.
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Multiple virtual circuits. Up to 250 additional VCCs can be configured by the
user and assigned among the DSL ports.
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ATM statistics. Maintains statistics for:
— Total cells received
— Total cells transmitted
— Total cells dropped
— Loss of cell delineation events
— Cells with uncorrectable HEC
Endpoint Support Features
The cards’ endpoint support features include:
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Third-party endpoint support. Models 8965, 8968, 8975, and 8985 line
cards support third-party endpoints through the Hotwire Connected program,
including Integrated Access Devices (IADs) and data-only endpoints from
numerous industry-leading vendors. The Model 8985 card supports third-party
endpoints using the ITU SHDSL standard.
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Model 6381 and 6390 Modem support. Models 8955, 8965, 8975, and 8968
line cards support the Model 6381 Modem. The Model 8955 line card also
supports the discontinued Model 6390 Modem.
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Model 8300 Modem support. The Model 8985 line card supports the
Model 8300 Modem.
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Automatic rate adaptation. The card and the endpoint negotiate the best
rate, limited if desired by the user, through automatic rate adaptation.
Sample Network Configurations
Figure 1-1 shows the ATM Line Card used to carry voice over DSL.
PSTN Voice
Traffic
Voice
Gateway
ISP
ATM
Network
Customer Premises
LAN
SCP Card
ATM
Line Card
ATM Cells
ATM Cells
DSL
Corporate
Site
Integrated
Access
Device
(IAD)
8820 BLC
05-17444-02
Figure 1-1.
Endpoint with Voice Interfaces
Figure 1-2 shows a configuration in which the endpoints include a router to provide
data encapsulation.
ISP
SCP Card
ATM
Network
ATM Cells
Corporate
Site
Figure 1-2.
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Customer Premises
LAN
ATM
Line Card
ATM Cells
DSL
8820 BLC
Router
05-17443-03
Router Endpoint
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SNMP Management Capabilities
The ATM Line Cards support SNMP Version 1, and can be managed by
Paradyne’s GrandVIEW® or any industry-standard SNMP manager.
Management Information Base (MIB) Support
For a detailed description of supported MIBs, visit Paradyne’s Web site at
www.paradyne.com. The following MIBs are supported:
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ATM Forum SNMP M4 Network Element View (af-nm-0095.001)
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Definitions of Managed Objects for the ADSL Lines (RFC 2662)
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Definitions of Managed Objects for ATM Management (RFC 2515)
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Definitions of Managed Objects for HDSL2 and SHDSL Lines
(draft-ietf-adslmib-hdsl2-10.txt)
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Definitions of Textual Conventions and OBJECT-IDENTITIES for ATM
Management (RFC 2514)
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Evolution of MIB II Interfaces (RFC 2863)
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ADSL Extension MIB (Models 8965, 8975, and 8968)
(draft-ietf-adslmib-adslext.txt)
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SHDSL MIB (Model 8985 only) (draft-ietf-adslmib-hdsl2.txt)
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Entity MIB Using SMIv2 (RFC 2037)
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MIB II and the Interfaces Group MIB (RFC 1213, RFC 2233)
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Paradyne enterprise MIBs for:
— xDSL Interface
— SLE Device Control
— SLE Device Health and Status
— MaxVciVpi-MIB Table
— IF-MIB Table
— ATM VPL Statistics Table
SNMP Trap Support
The ATM Line Cards support SNMP traps as shown in the 8620 and 8820
Broadband Loop Carrier SNMP Reference.
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Accessing the SCP Card Web Interface
2
Introduction
The ATM line cards can be configured and monitored using:
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The SCP card’s Command Line Interface (see the 8620 and 8820 Broadband
Loop Carrier Command Line Interface Reference) or TL1 interface (see the
8620 and 8820 Broadband Loop Carrier TL1 Interface Reference)
„
GrandVIEW EMS 4.1 or above (see the GrandVIEW EMS User’s Guide)
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SNMP using another EMS (see the 8620 and 8820 Broadband Loop Carrier
SNMP Reference)
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The web interface of the Shelf Concentration and Processing (SCP) card.
Logging Into the Web Interface
To access the web interface:
Procedure
1. Open your web browser. (Internet Explorer Version 6 or above is
recommended.)
2. Type http:// and the IP address of the SCP card into the Address field of your
browser window. For example:
The default address is 10.10.10.10.
3. A login window appears. Enter the User ID and Password, and click on OK.
The web interface screen appears. The web interface screens consist of a
header, a menu frame, and a content frame.
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2. Accessing the SCP Card Web Interface
4. Click on the Configuration menu tab. The configuration screens available in
the contents frame depend on the types of line cards and type of SCP card
installed in the chassis. The Configuration - SHDSL Port screen is displayed
here.
All main screens of the web interface can be reached by clicking on hyperlinks in
the four menus:
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Configuration – Configure the system and interfaces
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Status – Display statistics, status, performance information, and contents of
memory
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System – Display system information, download firmware, back up
configurations, and reset the SCP card
„
Tests – Start and stop tests
Help Button
For more information about any screen, click on the
Help is displayed in a new window.
Help button on the screen.
Ending a Session
To end a session, close your web browser. This prevents an unauthorized user
from accessing the system using your user name and password.
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Configuration Using the Web Interface
3
Overview
This chapter provides instructions on how to configure the ATM line cards using
the SCP card’s web interface.
If you would like to configure the
card using . . .
See the . . .
The BLC’s TL1 Interface (when an SCP
card with an ATM uplink is used)
8620 and 8820 Broadband Loop Carrier TL1
Interface Reference
The BLC’s router-like command line
interface (when an SCP card with an IP
uplink is used)
8620 and 8820 Broadband Loop Carrier
Command Line Interface Reference
GrandVIEW EMS
GrandVIEW EMS User’s Guide
SNMP using another EMS
8620 and 8820 Broadband Loop Carrier SNMP
Reference
Configuring Spectrum Management
Use the Configuration - DSL General screen to enable and disable Spectrum
Management. When Spectrum Management is enabled, the maximum transmit
speeds and maximum transmit power are limited to meet local spectrum
management guidelines.
Procedure
To enable or disable Spectrum Management:
1. Select Disable or Enable from the drop-down list.
2. For the 8985 line card, additionally select the Spectrum Management Region:
— ANSI T1417 – To select American National Standards Institute T1.417
definitions
— ANFP ND 1602 – To select Access Network Frequency Plan ND1602
definitions
3. Click on Apply.
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Configuring ReachDSL Ports (8955 and 8975)
Use the Configuration - DSL Port screen to set parameters for a DSL port on the
Model 8955 ReachDSL or Model 8975 ReachDSL+ line card.
Procedure
To configure a ReachDSL port:
1. Select a Port from the drop-down list and click on Select. Current values for
the port are displayed.
2. Enter or select the following fields:
Field
Description
Line Circuit Name
Enter a name from 1 to 255 characters long to indicate to
whom the port is assigned. The following values are
reserved and cannot be used: AVAILABLE (port is not
assigned), and FAULTY (port is faulty and can not be
assigned).
Line Type
For the Model 8975 ReachDSL+ card, specify the line
type:
„ ADSL – The port supports only ADSL
„ ReachDSL – The port supports only ReachDSL
„ Dual Mode – The port supports both ADSL and
ReachDSL
This option does not appear for the Model 8955 line card.
Line Code
For the Model 8975 ReachDSL+ card, select the ADSL
type supported:
„ MultiMode - The port uses the line code of its partner
modem
„ ANSI T1.413 - The port uses DMT modulation
„ ITU G.dmt Annex A - The port uses G.992.1 Annex A
modulation
„ ITU G.dmt Annex B - The port uses G.992.1 Annex B
modulation
„ ITU G.lite - The port uses G.992.2 modulation
The Line Code parameter has no effect on a Model 8955
ReachDSL card.
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DSL Line Profile Name
Enter the name of a DSL line profile to set rates for the
port.
DSL Alarm Profile Name
Enter the name of a DSL alarm profile to set alarm
thresholds for the port.
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Field
Description
Max Tx Power
Specify the maximum transmit power setting for the
ATU-C. The allowable Maximum Transmit Power range
may be limited according to local spectrum management
guidlines. The actual transmit power level will be based
upon the symbol rate selected to maximize the transmit
data rate and may be lower than the Maximum Transmit
Power level configured.
Far End Max Tx Power
Specify the maximum transmit power setting for the
ATU-R. The allowable Maximum Transmit Power range
may be limited according to local spectrum management
guidlines. The actual transmit power level will be based
upon the symbol rate selected to maximize the transmit
data rate and may be lower than the Maximum Transmit
Power level configured.
Port Status
Select Enabled, Disabled, or Reset from the drop-down
list to determine the status of the port.
3. Click on Apply.
Configuring ADSL Ports (8965, 8968)
Use the Configuration - DSL Port screen to set parameters for an ADSL port on
the 8965 or 8968 line card.
Procedure
To configure an ADSL port:
1. Select a Port from the drop-down list and click on Select. Current values for
the port are displayed.
2. Enter or select the following fields:
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Field
Description
Line Circuit Name
Enter a name from 1 to 255 characters long to indicate to
whom the port is assigned. The following values are
reserved and cannot be used: AVAILABLE (port is not
assigned), and FAULTY (port is faulty and can not be
assigned).
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Field
Description
Line Code
Select a line code:
„ MultiMode - The port uses the line code of its partner
modem
„ ANSI T1.413 - The port uses DMT modulation
„ ITU G.dmt Annex A - The port uses G.992.1 Annex A
modulation
„ ITU G.dmt Annex B - The port uses G.992.1 Annex B
modulation
„ ITU G.lite - The port uses G.992.2 modulation
„ ADSL2 Annex A - The port uses G.992.3 Annex A
modulation
„ ADSL2+ Annex A - The port uses G.992.5 Annex A
modulation
DSL Line Profile Name
Enter the name of a DSL line profile to set rates for the
port.
DSL Alarm Profile Name
Enter the name of a DSL alarm profile to set alarm
thresholds for the port.
ADSL2 PSD Profile Name
Select a PSD profile from the drop-down list.
ADSL2+ PSD Profile Name
Select a PSD profile from the drop-down list.
Power Management
Specify whether power management is supported on this
port:
„ Enabled - Power management is enabled
„ Disabled - Power management is disabled
Power management refers to the following modes, defined
in the ADSL2 specification:
„ L2 low power: Power consumption is reduced at the
local unit when there is no traffic. Entry to and exit from
L2 low power mode happens so quickly that it is
undetectable by the user.
„ L3 low power: The port enters sleep mode during
extended periods of inactivity, saving power at both the
local and remote units.
Power Management State
Enabling
Select the line states that the port may autonomously
switch to on this line:
„ Idle – L3 low-power mode
„ Low Power – L2 low power mode
„ Both – Both L2 and L3 low power modes
„ None – Power management is disabled
L0 Time
3-4
Specify the minimum number of seconds allowed between
an exit from the low power (L2) state and the next entry into
the low power state.
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Field
Description
L2 Time
Specify the minimum number of seconds allowed between:
„ An entry into the low power (L2) state and the first
power trim in the low power state
„ Two consecutive power trims in the low power state
Port Status
Select Enabled, Disabled, or Reset from the drop-down list
to determine the status of the port.
3. Click on Apply.
Configuring SHDSL Ports (8985)
Use the Configuration - SHDSL Port screen to set parameters for a DSL port on
the 8985 line card.
Procedure
To configure a DSL port:
1. Select a Port from the drop-down list and click on Select. Current values for
the port are displayed.
2. Enter or select the following fields:
Field
Description
Line Circuit Name
Enter a name from 1 to 255 characters long to indicate to
whom the port is assigned. The following values are
reserved and cannot be used: AVAILABLE (port is not
assigned), and FAULTY (port is faulty and can not be
assigned).
SHDSL Line Profile Name
Enter the name of a DSL line profile to set rates for the
port.
SHDSL Alarm Profile Name
Enter the name of a DSL alarm profile to set alarm
thresholds for the port.
Equivalent Working Length
Specify the estimated length of the line. The length is
used to limit transmit rates according to local spectrum
management guidelines.
Port Status
Select Enabled, Disabled, or Reset from the drop-down
list to determine the status of the port.
3. Click on Apply.
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Configuring Line Profiles (8955, 8965, 8975, 8968)
Use the Configuration - Line Profiles screens to define line profiles to be assigned
to ports.
To create a line profile for ReachDSL and ADSL ports:
1. Click on Create New Profile. The ADSL Profile Create screen appears.
2. Enter or select the following fields:
Field
Description
Profile Name
Specify a name for this line profile.
Latency
Select the channel the following rates are effective for:
Fast or Interleaved.
For ADSL, S=1/2 encoding is not supported when
Latency is set to Fast. For ADSL2, S=1/2 is supported in
both modes.
Rate Adaptive Mode
Select a rate adaptive mode:
„ Manual - Manually selected at startup
„ Init - Automatically selected at startup
„ Dynamic - Automatically selected at run time
Downstream / Near End Profile
Max Rate (kbps)
Enter a maximum rate from 0 to 65535.
Min Rate (kbps)
Enter a minimum rate from 0 to 65535.
Max Interleave Delay
Select the maximum delay allowed for the interleaved
channel, in milliseconds.
Max Noise Margin
Select the maximum additional noise margin.
Min Noise Margin
Select the minimum noise margin.
Target Noise Margin
Select a target noise margin.
Upstream / Far End Profile
Max Rate (kbps)
Enter a maximum rate from 0 to 65535.
Min Rate (kbps)
Enter a minimum rate from 0 to 65535.
Max Delay
Select the maximum delay allowed for the interleaved
channel, in milliseconds: 1, 4, or 16.
To obtain the fastest rate downstream for ADSL (not
ADSL2) endpoints that support S=1/2 encoding, set
Latency to Interleaved and Max Delay to 1 ms.
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Max Noise Margin
Select the maximum additional noise margin.
Min Noise Margin
Select the minimum noise margin.
Target Noise Margin
Select a target noise margin.
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3. Click on Apply.
Creating Line Profiles for Ports (8985)
Procedure
To create a line profile for SHDSL ports:
1. Click on Create New Profile. The SHDSL Profile Create screen appears.
2. Enter or select the following fields:
Field
Description
Profile Name
Specify a name for this line profile.
Max Rate
Enter a maximum rate from 192 to 2304 kbps.
Min Rate
Enter a minimum rate from 192 to 2304 kbps.
Mode
Select the regional setting supported, as specified by
ITU-T G.991.2:
„ Annex A
„ Annex B
„ Both
Remote Management
Select Enable or Disable from the drop-down list to
determine whether remote management is supported for
the network element this profile is assigned to.
Reference Clock
Select the timing source from the drop-down list:
„ System – Clocking is provided by the backplane. (The
backplane clock is configured on the Configuration System - Clocking screen.)
„ Local – Clocking is provided by an onboard oscillator.
Target Margin
Enter a target noise margin from 2–15 dBm, or None.
Interface
Select an interface from the drop-down list:
„ Wire Pair 1 – The profile applies to Wire Pair 1.
„ Wire Pair 2 – The profile applies to Wire Pair 2.
Select Wire Pair 1 if this profile is to be used for ports that
use only one wire pair.
3. Click on Apply.
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Configuring Alarm Threshold Profiles (8955, 8965, 8968, 8975)
Use the Configuration - Alarm Threshold Profiles screen to define sets of alarm
thresholds that you can apply to DSL ports.
To create an alarm threshold profile for a ReachDSL or ADSL line card:
1. Click on Create New Profile. The Alarm Threshold Profile Create screen
appears.
2. Enter or select the following fields:
Field
Description
Profile Name
Specify a name for this alarm profile.
Downstream / Near End Alarm Profile
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Loss of Frame Seconds
SNMP trap and TL1 autonomous message are sent if the
number of LOFS events in a 15-minute interval meets or
exceeds the selected value (0–900 seconds, where 0
disables the messages).
Loss of Signal Seconds
SNMP trap and TL1 autonomous messages are sent if
the number of LOS events in a 15-minute interval meets
or exceeds the selected value (0–900 seconds, where 0
disables the messages).
Loss of Power Seconds
SNMP trap and TL1 autonomous messages are sent if
the number of LPRS events in a 15-minute interval meets
or exceeds the selected value (0–900 seconds, where 0
disables the messages).
Errored Seconds
SNMP trap and TL1 autonomous message are sent if the
number of ES events in a 15-minute interval meets or
exceeds the selected value (0–900 seconds, where 0
disables the messages).
Severely-Errored Seconds
SNMP trap and TL1 autonomous message are sent if the
number of SES events in a 15-minute interval meets or
exceeds the selected value (0–900 seconds, where 0
disables the messages).
Unavailable Seconds
SNMP trap and TL1 autonomous message are sent if the
number of UAS events in a 15-minute interval meets or
exceeds the selected value (0–900 seconds, where 0
disables the messages).
Increasing Rate
SNMP rate change trap and TL1 autonomous message
are sent if the current rate is greater than or equal to the
previous rate plus this threshold (0–65535 kbps, where 0
disables the messages).
Decreasing Rate
SNMP rate change trap and TL1 autonomous message
are sent if the current rate is less than or equal to the
previous rate minus this threshold (065535 kbps, where 0
disables the messages).
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Field
Description
Upstream / Far End Alarm Profile
Loss of Frame Seconds
SNMP trap and TL1 autonomous message are sent if the
number of LOFS events in a 15-minute interval meets or
exceeds the selected value (0–900 seconds, where 0
disables the messages).
Loss of Signal Seconds
SNMP trap and TL1 autonomous message are sent if the
number of LOSS events in a 15-minute interval meets or
exceeds the selected value (0–900 seconds, where 0
disables the messages).
Loss of Link Seconds
SNMP trap and TL1 autonomous message are sent if the
number of LOLS events in a 15-minute interval meets or
exceeds the selected value (0–900 seconds, where 0
disables the messages).
Errored Seconds
SNMP trap and TL1 autonomous message are sent if the
number of ES events in a 15-minute interval meets or
exceeds the selected value (0–900 seconds, where 0
disables the messages).
Severely-Errored Seconds
SNMP trap and TL1 autonomous message are sent if the
number of SES events in a 15-minute interval meets or
exceeds the selected value (0–900 seconds, where 0
disables the messages).
Unavailable Seconds
SNMP trap and TL1 autonomous message are sent if the
number of UAS events in a 15-minute interval meets or
exceeds the selected value (0–900 seconds, where 0
disables the messages).
Increasing Rate
SNMP rate change trap and TL1 autonomous message
are sent if the current rate is greater than or equal to the
previous rate plus this threshold (065535 kbps, where 0
disables the messages).
Decreasing Rate
SNMP rate change trap and TL1 autonomous message
are sent if the current rate is less than or equal to the
previous rate minus this threshold (065535 kbps, where 0
disables the messages).
Init Failure
Specify whether initialization failure generates
InitFailureTrap messages as specified in RFC 2662.
„ Yes - Enable Initialization Failure Trap messages.
„ No - Disable Initialization Failure Trap messages.
3. Click on Apply.
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Creating Alarm Threshold Profiles for Model 8985
Procedure
To create an alarm threshold profile for an SHDSL line card:
1. Click on Create New Profile. The Alarm Threshold Profile Create screen
appears.
2. Enter or select the following fields:
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Field
Description
Profile Name
Specify a name for this alarm profile.
Loop Attenuation Threshold
Specify a loop attenuation alarm threshold of 0–127 dB.
An SNMP Loop Attenuation crossing trap message and a
TL1 autonomous message may be sent if the current loop
attenuation reaches or exceeds this threshold. A Loop
Attenuation alarm will also be declared when the current
Loop Attenuation exceeds this value. A value of 0 disables
event notifications for the condition.
SNR Margin
Specify an SNR Margin alarm threshold of 0–15 dB. An
SNMP Margin crossing trap message and a TL1
autonomous message may be sent if the current SNR
Margin reaches or drops below this threshold. An SNR
Margin alarm will also be declared when the current SNR
Margin has dropped below this value. A value of 0
disables event notifications for the condition.
Errored Seconds
Specify an ES threshold of 0–900 seconds. An SNMP ES
trap message and a TL1 autonomous message may be
sent if the number of ES events in a 15-minute interval
equals or exceeds the selected value. At most one SNMP
and one TL1 notification will be sent per interval per
device. A value of 0 disables event notifications for the
condition.
Severely-Errored Seconds
Specify an SES threshold of 0–900 seconds. An SNMP
SES trap message and a TL1 autonomous message may
be sent if the number of SES events in a 15-minute
interval equals or exceeds the selected value. At most one
SNMP and one TL1 notification will be sent per interval
per device. A value of 0 disables event notifications for the
condition.
Code Violations
Specify a Code Violations threshold of 0–900 seconds. An
SNMP code violations trap message and a TL1
autonomous message may be sent if the number of Code
Violations in a 15-minute interval equals or exceeds this
threshold. At most one SNMP and one TL1 notification will
be sent per interval per device. A value of 0 disables event
notifications for the condition.
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Field
Description
Loss of Sync Word Seconds
Specify a Loss of Sync Word Seconds threshold of 0–900
seconds. An SNMP LOSWS trap message and a TL1
autonomous message may be sent if the number of
LOSWS in a 15-minute interval equals or exceeds this
threshold. At most one SNMP and one TL1 notification will
be sent per interval per device. A value of 0 disables event
notifications for the condition.
Unavailable Seconds
Specify an Unavailable Seconds threshold of 0–900
seconds. An SNMP UAS trap message and a TL1
autonomous message may be sent if the number of UAS
events in a 15-minute interval equals or exceeds the
selected value. At most one SNMP and one TL1
notification will be sent per interval per device. A value of
0 disables event notifications for the condition.
3. Click on Apply.
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Configuring Cross Connections
Use the Configuration - Cross Connect screen to establish or delete Virtual
Channel Connections (VCCs) by port or by slot. Connections may be established
between any combination of:
„
Subtended ports
„
DSL ports
„
Network interface (uplink)
Default Mappings
A DSL port’s data VPI/VCI is always 0,35.
Default VC mappings to the SCP card for data service may be determined so:
„
VPI is 2 for ports 1–24 and 3 for ports 25–48
„
VCI is (Slot * 24) + (Port number up to 24) + 7
Port numbers 25 through 48 are reduced (by 24) to 1 through 24, respectively, in
calculating VCI. So the VCI for Slot 3, Port 1 is the same as the VCI for Slot 3,
Port 25:
Slot 3, Port 1: 3*24 + 1 + 7 = 80
Slot 3, Port 25: 3*24 + 25 – 24 + 7 = 80
Adding a Port-to-Port Cross Connection
Procedure
To create a cross connection between specified ports:
1. On the Configuration - Cross Connect screen, click on Create New Cross
Connect. The Configuration - Cross Connect Create screen appears.
2. Enter or select the following fields:
Field
Description
Port A
3-12
Slot
Select from the drop-down list the slot where the card
associated with this port resides.
Port
Select the port for the cross-connection.
VPI
Enter the VPI for this side of the cross-connection.
Start VCI
Enter the first VCI for this side of the cross-connection.
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Field
Description
End VCI
Enter the last VCI for this side of the cross-connection.
Segment End Point
Select True or False from the drop-down list to signify
whether this connection is the segment endpoint. This field
determines if the port card will function as an endpoint for
ATM OAM loopbacks. If False, the port card will loop back a
cell only if its location ID matches the preconfigured
location ID. (See Configuring ATM Ports on page 3-16.) All
other loopback cells are passed to the next segment.
Port B
Slot
Select from the drop-down list the slot where the card
associated with this port resides.
Port
Select the user port for the cross-connection.
VPI
Enter the VPI for the user side of the cross-connection.
Start VCI
Enter the first VCI for the user side of the cross-connection.
End VCI
Enter the last VCI for the user side of the cross-connection.
Segment End Point
Select True or False from the drop-down list to signify
whether this connection is the segment endpoint. This field
determines if the port card will function as an endpoint for
ATM OAM loopbacks. If False, the port card will loop back a
cell only if its location ID matches the preconfigured
location ID. (See Configuring ATM Ports on page 3-16.) All
other loopback cells are passed to the next segment.
Profiles
Port B to Port A Profile
Select a profile for upstream traffic.
Port A to Port B Profile
Select a profile for downstream traffic.
3. Click on Apply.
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Adding a Slot-to-Slot Cross Connection
Procedure
To create a range of VCCs between specified slots and the SCP card:
1. On the Configuration - Cross Connect screen, click on Create Cross Connect
by Slot. The Configuration - Cross Connect - Slot screen appears.
2. Enter or select the following fields:
3-14
Field
Description
Start Slot
Select from the drop-down list the first slot in a range to
have connections established to the SCP card.
End Slot
Select from the drop-down list the last slot in a range to
have connections established to the SCP card. It may be
the same as the Start Slot.
Start Port
Select from the drop-down list the first port in a range to
have a connection established to the SCP card. The
range of ports will be applied to all slots selected.
End Port
Select from the drop-down list the last port in a range to
have a connection established to the SCP card. It may be
the same as the Start Port. The range of ports will be
applied to all slots selected.
Slot VPI
Enter the VPI of this circuit.
Slot VCI
Enter the VCI of this circuit.
Segment End Point (Slot)
Select True or False from the drop-down list to signify
whether this connection is the segment endpoint. This
field determines if the port card will function as an
endpoint for ATM OAM loopbacks. If False, the port card
will loop back a cell only if its location ID matches the
preconfigured location ID. (See Configuring ATM Ports on
page 3-16.) All other loopback cells are passed to the
next segment.
SCP VPI
Enter the VPI of this range of VCCs.
SCP Start VCI
Enter the first VCI of this range of VCCs.
Segment End Point
Select True or False from the drop-down list to signify
whether this connection is the segment endpoint. This
field determines if the port card will function as an
endpoint for ATM OAM loopbacks. If False, the port card
will loop back a cell only if its location ID matches the
preconfigured location ID. (See Configuring ATM Ports on
page 3-16.) All other loopback cells are passed to the
next segment.
Upstream Profile
Select a profile for upstream traffic.
Downstream Profile
Select a profile for downstream traffic.
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For example, if:
„
Start Slot is 1 and End Slot is 2
„
Slot VPI and VCI are 0 and 35
„
SCP VPI and Start VCI are 2 and 32
The VCCs created have the following VPI,VCI values:
Slot
Slot 1
Slot 2
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0,35
→ 2,32
Port 2
0,35
→ 2,33
|
|
Port 24
0,35
→ 2,55
Port 1
0,35
→ 2,56
Port 2
0,35
→ 2,57
|
|
Port 24
0,35
|
|
→ 2,79
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Configuring ATM Ports
Use the Configuration - ATM Port screen to associate a DSL port or the T1/E1 port
with an ATM segment location. ATM segment location ID is a 16-octet field that
identifies this ATM interface for OAM F5 loopbacks. When a segment F5 OAM
loopback cell is received, the destination segment location in the cell is compared
to the segment location ID for the port. If the destination location ID matches the
location ID or is all ones, the cell is looped back to the source. If there is not a
match, the cell passes through the card.
Procedure
To associate a port with an ATM segment location:
1. Select a Slot and Port from the drop-down lists, and click on Select.
2. Enter an ATM Segment Location ID. The value must be 32 hexadecimal
characters or ALLONES. Allowed values are restricted per ITU-T1.610 as
follows:
— The first byte must be 01, 02, 03, FF or 6A.
— If the first octet is FF, then octets 2–16 must also be FF.
— If the first octet is 6A, then octets 2–16 must also be 6A.
3. Click on Apply.
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Configuring Traffic Profiles
Use the Configuration - Profile Traffic Descriptor screen to define, modify, and
delete ATM traffic profiles.
To create a traffic profile:
1. On the Configuration - Profile Traffic Descriptor screen, click on Create New
Profile. The first Configuration - Profile Traffic Descriptor Create screen
appears.
2. Select a Class of Service (CoS) from the drop-down list:
— UBR - Unspecified Bit Rate
— CBR - Constant Bit Rate
— nrt-VBR - Non-Real-Time Variable Bit Rate
— rt-VBR - Real-Time Variable Bit Rate
3. The Configuration - Profile Traffic Descriptor Create - CoS screen appears.
What fields are displayed depends on the Class of Service. Enter or select:
Field
Description
Profile Name
Enter a name for this profile.
PCR
Enter a Peak Cell rate from 0 to 351566.
SCR
Enter a Sustainable Cell Rate from 0 to 351566.
CDVT
Enter a Cell Delay Variation Tolerance from 0 to 100000.
If you enter 0, a CDVT value is automatically calculated.
MDCR
Enter a Minimum Desired Cell Rate from 0 to 351566.
MBS
Enter a Maximum Burst Size from 0 to 351566.
Tagging
Select Yes or No from the drop-down list to determine if
tagging is allowed for this profile.
Traffic Policing
Select Yes or No from the drop-down list to determine if
traffic policing is allowed for this profile.
Packet Discard
Select Yes or No from the drop-down list to determine if
partial packet discards are allowed for this profile.
Shaping
Select Yes or No from the drop-down list to determine if
shaping is allowed for this profile.
4. Click on Apply.
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4
What to Monitor
This chapter presents information on how to monitor unit status and assess
performance.
Table 4-1, Location of ATM Line Card Information, shows on which web interface
screens you can find information useful in reporting and diagnosing problems.
Table 4-1.
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Location of ATM Line Card Information (1 of 2)
Field
Screen
Code Violation alarm
Status - DSL or SHDSL Performance
DC Continuity Fault alarm
Status - DSL or SHDSL Performance
Errored Second alarm
Status - DSL or SHDSL Performance
Errored Seconds
Status - DSL or SHDSL Statistics
Firmware Revision
System - Firmware or
System - Slot Information
Hardware Revision
System - Slot Information
Loop Attenuation
Status - DSL or SHDSL Performance
Loss of Synchronization Word alarm
Status - DSL or SHDSL Performance
Loss of Synchronization Word Seconds
Status - DSL or SHDSL Statistics
Model Number
System - Slot Information
No Neighbor Present alarm
Status - DSL or SHDSL Performance
Protocol Initialization Failure alarm
Status - DSL or SHDSL Performance
Serial Number
System - Slot Information
Severely Errored Second alarm
Status - DSL or SHDSL Performance
Severely Errored Seconds
Status - DSL or SHDSL Statistics
SNR Margin Defect alarm
Status - DSL or SHDSL Performance
Syslog
Status - Syslog
System Contact
System - System Information
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Table 4-1.
Location of ATM Line Card Information (2 of 2)
Field
Screen
System Location
System - System Information
System Name
System - System Information
Unavailable Second alarm
Status - DSL or SHDSL Performance
Unavailable Seconds
Status - DSL or SHDSL Statistics
Unknown Cell Log
Status - Unknown Cell Log
For example, to view the system log, click on Syslog under Status in the web
interface menu frame. The Status - System Log screen appears.
Use the online Helps to obtain information about the System and Status displays.
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Front Panel LEDs (Models 8955, 8965, 8975, and 8985)
The following table describes the meaning and states of the LEDs on the front
panel of the Model 8955, 8965, 8975, and 8985 line cards. The Model 8955 (not
shown) has the same LED designations and behaviors as the Model 8965.
SY
rm est
T
rm est
T
S
R
X
X
LO
LO
LO
C
C
No power to card.
Green,
Pulsing
Card functioning normally.
Green,
Fast Blinking
Firmware download needed.
Amber, On
Alarm is present on the card. ATM
interface is not being detected.
Off
Normal operation, no alarms.
Amber, On
Test in progress.
Off
Normal operation, no tests.
Amber,
Fast Blinking
Self-test is in progress.
Off
Inactive.
Green,
Fast Blinking
Cells are being transmitted.
Off
Inactive, link down.
Green,
Fast Blinking
Cells are being received.
Amber, On
Loss Of Clock. Bus clock signal is
not present.
Off
Normal operation.
Green, On
Good signal, unit is trained.
Alrm
Test
RT /13 /14 /15 /16
4
PO 1 2 3
RT /13 /14 /15 /16
4
PO 1 2 3
ATM BUS
PO
RT
RT
PO
RT
Off
SL
SL
PO
Card failure. System processing
functions have stopped.
D
D
RT /13 /14 /15 /16
4
PO 1 2 3
Green, On
C
R
X
SL
OK
TX
TX
R
D
SYSTEM
S
S
S
TX
Indicating . . .
BU
BU
BU
LED is . . . *
M
AT
M
AT
SY
LED
rm est
T
K
O
Al
EM
Al
O
K
EM
ST
Al
O
K
EM
ST
ST
SY
SY
Type
5/
6/
6/
SYS BUS
7/
7/
7/
8/
8/
8/
17
17
17
5/
5/
or
TX
18
18
18
6/
19
19
19
RX
20
20
20
PO
RT
RT
RT
PO
PO
9/
10
10
21
21
9/
10
21
9/
LOC
/2
2
2
/2
11
3
3
/2
/2
11
12
4
4
/2
/2
12
2
4
3
/2 1/2 2/2
1
1
DSL PORT
1/13–12/24
ALT BANK
ALT BANK
ALT BANK
13-24
13-24
13-24
Off
Port is disabled.
1-12
1-12
1-12
Green,
Slow Blinking
Port is in test, or is down.
Green,
Fast Blinking
Port is training.
Off
The ports not currently displayed
by the port status LEDs are
functioning normally or are
disabled.
Amber,
Fast Blinking
One of the ports not currently
being displayed by the port status
LEDs is down, in test, or in training
mode.
ATM
ADSL2+
8965
04-17425-01
ReachDSL+
8975
05-17632
ATM
SHDSL
8985
03-17426
ALT BANK
* Pulsing: LED turns off momentarily once per second.
Slow Blinking: LED turns on momentarily once per second.
Fast Blinking: LED turns off and on in equal duration 4 times per second.
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Front Panel LEDs (Model 8968)
The following table describes the meaning and states of the LEDs on the front
panel of the Model 8968 line card. The card has 24 LEDs to show the state of DSL
ports. Depending on the setting of the switch on the face of the card, the LEDs
reflect the state of ports 1–24 or 25–48.
25-48
Type
LED
LED is . . . *
Indicating . . .
SYSTEM
OK
Green, On
Card failure. System processing
functions have stopped.
Off
No power to card.
Green,
Pulsing
Card functioning normally.
Green,
Fast Blinking
Firmware download needed.
Amber, On
Alarm is present on the card. ATM
interface is not being detected.
Off
Normal operation, no alarms.
Amber, On
Test in progress.
Off
Normal operation, no tests.
Amber,
Fast Blinking
Self-test is in progress.
Green, On
Good signal, unit is trained.
Off
Port is disabled.
Green,
Slow Blinking
Port is in test, or is down.
Green,
Fast Blinking
Port is training.
1-24
SYSTEM
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K lrm es
A
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25 - 48
Alrm
Test
6
2/2
5
1/2
DSL PORT
1/25–24/48
/35 /37
11 13
/36 /38
12 14
/47
23
/48
24
* Pulsing: LED turns off momentarily once per second.
Slow Blinking: LED turns on momentarily once per second.
Fast Blinking: LED turns off and on in equal duration 4 times per second.
1 - 24
ADSL2+
8968
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Diagnostics
5
Overview
The ATM line cards provide the following diagnostic tools:
„
Lamp Test on page 5-1
— Tests the front panel LEDs on a line card.
„
Loopback Test (Model 8985 Only) on page 5-2
— Performs Loopback test on the SHDSL span of the network for
Model 8985 cards.
Lamp Test
Use the Tests - Lamp Test screen to verify that the front panel LEDs on line card
are functional.
Procedure
To test the LEDs:
1. Select a Slot from the drop-down list.
2. Click on Start Lamp Test. The button changes to Stop Lamp Test, and power is
applied to all LEDs on the card’s front panel.
3. When you have checked the LEDs, click on Stop Lamp Test.
If all LEDs did not light up, contact your service representative.
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5. Diagnostics
Loopback Test (Model 8985 Only)
Use the Tests - SHDSL Loopbacks screen to start and stop line loopback tests.
Procedure
To run a SHDSL loopback test:
1. Click on Configure Test(s). The SHDSL Loopback Tests setup screen appears.
2. Select a Slot from the drop-down list.
3. For any port and direction (STUC or STUR), click on the associated Payload
Loopback button if you want the loopback to include a data payload.
4. For any port and direction, click in the Start box if you want the entity to be
included in the loopback tests.
5. Click on Start Selected. The button changes to Stop Selected.
6. When you have completed testing, click on Stop Selected.
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Maintenance Procedures
6
Overview
This chapter provides instructions on how to perform miscellaneous maintenance
procedures:
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Uploading and Downloading a Configuration on page 6-2
„
Downloading and Switching Firmware on page 6-4
„
Restarting the Line Card on page 6-5
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6. Maintenance Procedures
Uploading and Downloading a Configuration
Your configuration options for the BLC reside in a file in memory on the SCP
card. This file may be saved for purposes of disaster recovery by uploading it to
an FTP (File Transfer Protocol) server. A configuration file may be restored by
downloading it from an FTP server.
Use the System - Save and Restore screen to:
„
Save (upload) the configuration to an external file using FTP.
„
Restore (download) the configuration from an external file using FTP. A
downloaded configuration file remains in the memory of the SCP card until it is
overwritten by another downloaded configuration file, or until the SCP card is
reset to factory defaults.
„
Reset the SCP card using factory default configuration settings
„
Reset the SCP card using downloaded configuration settings
Procedure
To upload and download configurations:
1. In the Configuration (FTP) box, set the parameters as shown in the following
table.
Configuration (FTP) Parameters
FTP Server IP Address
Specify the network address of the FTP server where
the configuration is to be uploaded to or downloaded
from. For example: 137.90.128.10
User Name
Specify a user name accepted by the FTP server. For
example: admin
Password
Specify a password accepted by the FTP server. For
example: admnpass
Filename
Specify the name or pathname of the configuration file.
For example: /configs/may_2003_backup.cfg
2. Click on the:
— Download button to copy a configuration file to the SCP card
— Upload button to back up the configuration file to a server
A Configuration Transfer Status frame is displayed showing the filename, server
address, number of bytes transferred, and the Transfer Status.
When the download or upload is complete, Transfer Status changes to "Transfer
completed successfully."
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Resetting the Configuration to Default Settings
Procedure
To reset the running configuration to the default settings:
1. In the Configuration Reset box, click on Reset to Factory Defaults. Any
configuration options you have modifed are replaced with default values.
Resetting the Configuration to Downloaded Settings
Procedure
To reset the running configuration to the settings in the downloaded file:
1. In the Configuration Reset box, click on Reset to Downloaded file. Any
configuration options you have modifed are replaced with the values in
the downloaded file.
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6. Maintenance Procedures
Downloading and Switching Firmware
Use the System - Firmware screen to upgrade firmware or switch versions of
firmware in the chassis.
The SCP card has two banks of firmware: the running firmware and alternate
firmware. When firmware is downloaded, it is downloaded to the alternate
firmware bank. Switching firmware versions changes the running firmware to the
dormant (alternate) firmware, and the alternate firmware to the active (running)
firmware.
Downloading Firmware
Procedure
To download new firmware from an FTP server to the SCP card:
1. Enter or select the appropriate parameters in the Firmware Download box as
shown in the following table.
Firmware Download Parameters
FTP Server IP Address
Specify the network address of the FTP server where
the firmware is to be downloaded from. For example:
137.90.128.10
User Name
Specify a user name accepted by the FTP server. For
example: admin
Password
Specify a password accepted by the FTP server. For
example: admnpass
Filename
Specify the name or pathname of the firmware file. For
example: /scp_030145.fpi
2. Click on Download. The firmware is downloaded. A Firmware Download
Status frame is displayed showing the filename, server address, number of
bytes transferred, and the Transfer Status.
When the download is complete, Transfer Status changes to "Transfer
completed successfully."
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6. Maintenance Procedures
Switching Firmware
Procedure
To switch between the firmware currently running and alternate firmware stored in
the unit:
1. Verify that the Running Firmware and Alternate Firmware displayed in the
Firmware box are different versions.
2. Click on the Switch button. The unit is reset and:
— The Running Firmware becomes the alternate firmware
— The Alternate Firmware becomes the running firmware
3. Delete the cache used by your web browser before logging into the SCP card:
— With Internet Explorer, select Tools -> Internet Options. On the General
tab, in the Temporary Internet Files box, click on Delete Files.
— With Netscape, select Edit -> Preferences. Click on Advanced, then click
on Cache. On the Cache page, click on Clear Memory Cache, then click
on Clear Disk Cache.
4. If you upgrade an 8965 or 8968 line card from a firmware level prior to 3.01.06,
you must reset the card. See Restarting the Line Card, below.
Restarting the Line Card
The System - Restart screen allows you to reset a line card or SCP card and clear
its statistics.
This is a software reset that does not power down the unit. However, all links are
dropped, and the restarted line card retrains with its DSL endpoint.
Procedure
To restart a card:
1. Select a Slot from the drop-down list and click on Select.
2. Click on the Restart button.
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Connector Pin Assignments
A
8620 and 8820 Telco Connector Pinouts
For 24-port line cards, the Telco 50-pin connectors
on the back of the 8620 BLC chassis (numbered
1–3) and the 8820 BLC chassis (numbered 1–18)
provide the 2-wire loop interface from each DSL
port to either the POTS splitter shelf or, if the loop
is not being shared with POTS, then to the Main
Distribution Frame (MDF). The following table lists
the pin assignments for each of these interfaces.
Pin
Number 50
Pin
Number 1
00-16714
Port
Connector Pins
(Ring, Tip)
Port
Connector Pins
(Ring, Tip)
Port 1
1, 26
Port 13
13, 38
Port 2
2, 27
Port 14
14, 39
Port 3
3, 28
Port 15
15, 40
Port 4
4, 29
Port 16
16, 41
Port 5
5, 30
Port 17
17, 42
Port 6
6, 31
Port 18
18, 43
Port 7
7, 32
Port 19
19, 44
Port 8
8, 33
Port 20
20, 45
Port 9
9, 34
Port 21
21, 46
Port 10
10, 35
Port 22
22, 47
Port 11
11, 36
Port 23
23, 48
Port 12
12, 37
Port 24
24, 49
Pins 25 and 50 are not used.
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A. Connector Pin Assignments
Model 8968 Line Card Telco Connector Pinouts
The Telco 50-pin connectors on the faceplate of
the Model 8968 line card provide the 2-wire loop
interface from each DSL port to either the POTS
splitter shelf or, if the loop is not being shared with
POTS, then to the Main Distribution Frame (MDF).
The following table lists the pin assignments for
each of these interfaces.
Pin
Number 50
The bottom connector (Connector 1) services
ports 1–24 and the top connector (Connector 2)
services ports 25–48
Pin
Number 1
00-16714
Connector 1 Connector 2
Port
Port
Connector Pins
(Ring, Tip)
Connector 1
Port
Connector 2
Port
Connector Pins
(Ring, Tip)
Port 1
Port 25
1, 26
Port 13
Port 37
13, 38
Port 2
Port 26
2, 27
Port 14
Port 38
14, 39
Port 3
Port 27
3, 28
Port 15
Port 39
15, 40
Port 4
Port 28
4, 29
Port 16
Port 40
16, 41
Port 5
Port 29
5, 30
Port 17
Port 41
17, 42
Port 6
Port 30
6, 31
Port 18
Port 42
18, 43
Port 7
Port 31
7, 32
Port 19
Port 43
19, 44
Port 8
Port 32
8, 33
Port 20
Port 44
20, 45
Port 9
Port 33
9, 34
Port 21
Port 45
21, 46
Port 10
Port 34
10, 35
Port 22
Port 46
22, 47
Port 11
Port 35
11, 36
Port 23
Port 47
23, 48
Port 12
Port 36
12, 37
Port 24
Port 48
24, 49
Pins 25 and 50 are not used.
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Technical Specifications
B
Table B-1.
ATM Line Card Technical Specifications (1 of 2)
Specifications
Criteria*
Size
Length:
25.4 cm (10 in)
Height:
31.1 cm (12.3 in)
Width:
2.0 cm (0.8 in)
Weight
Model 8955
0.9 kg (2.0 lbs)
Model 8965
0.6 kg (1.4 lbs)
Model 8968
0.9 kg (2.0 lbs)
Model 8975
0.7 kg (1.5 lbs)
Model 8985
0.6 kg (1.4 lbs)
Approvals
Safety Certifications
Refer to the equipment’s label for approvals on product.
Power
The ATM Line Card requires –48 VDC power input. The
–48 VDC power is distributed through the BLC backplane.
Maximum Power Dissipation:
Model 8955
27 watts
Model 8965
27 watts
Model 8968
61 watts
Model 8975
45 watts
Model 8985
45 watts
Physical
Environment
Operating temperature
0° to 50° C (32° to 122° F)
Storage temperature
–20° to 70° C (–4° to 158° F)
Relative humidity
5% to 85% (noncondensing)
Shock and vibration
Withstands normal shipping and handling.
* Technical specifications are subject to change without notice.
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B. Technical Specifications
Table B-1.
ATM Line Card Technical Specifications (2 of 2)
Specifications
Criteria*
Line Code
Model 8955
ReachDSL 2.2
Models 8965 and 8968 ANSI (ANSI T1.413-1998)
G.dmt (ITU G.992.1)
G.lite (ITU G.992.2)
ADSL2 (ITU G.992.3)
ADSL2+ (ITU G.992.5)
Model 8975
ReachDSL 2.2
ANSI (ANSI T1.413-1998)
G.dmt (ITU G.992.1)
G.lite (ITU G.992.2))
Model 8985
G.shdsl (ITU G.991.2)
DSL Line Rates
Model 8955
32–2176 kbps
Models 8965 and 8968 Downstream:
32–29000 kbps for ADSL2+
32–16000 kbps for ADSL2
32–8000 kbps for G.dmt and ANSI
64–3008 kbps for G.lite
Upstream:
32–2200 kbps for ADSL2+
32–1056 kbps for ADSL2
32–832 kbps for ADSL2, ADSL2+, G.dmt, and ANSI
32–512 kbps for G.lite
Model 8975
ReachDSL:
32–2176 kbps
ADSL Downstream:
32–8000 kbps for G.dmt and ANSI
64–3008 kbps for G.lite
ADSL Upstream:
32–832 kbps for G.dmt, and ANSI
32–512 kbps for G.lite
Model 8985
192–2304 kbps (384–4608 kbps with two wire pairs)
* Technical specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Index
Numerics
8955
alarm threshold profiles,
configuring ports, 3-2
description, 1-1
LEDs, 4-3
line profiles, 3-6
8965
alarm threshold profiles,
configuring ports, 3-3
description, 1-1
LEDs, 4-3
line profiles, 3-6
8968
alarm threshold profiles,
configuring ports, 3-3
connectors, A-2
description, 1-1
LEDs, 4-4
line profiles, 3-6
8975
alarm threshold profiles,
configuring ports, 3-2
description, 1-1
LEDs, 4-3
line profiles, 3-6
8985
alarm threshold profiles,
configuring ports, 3-5
description, 1-1
LEDs, 4-3
line profiles, 3-7
loopback tests, 5-2
3-8
C
3-8
3-8
classes of service, 1-2
Code Violation alarm, 4-1
configuration, 3-1
ADSL ports, 3-3
alarm threshold profiles, 3-8, 3-10
ATM ports, 3-16
cross connections, 3-12
example of network, 1-3
line profiles, 3-6
ReachDSL ports, 3-2
saving, 6-2
SHDSL ports, 3-5
tab, 2-2
traffic profiles, 3-17
upload and download, 6-2
cross connections, 3-12
3-8
D
3-10
A
ADSL
configuring ports, 3-3
line profiles, 3-6
alarms
threshold profiles, 3-8, 3-10
where displayed, 4-1
applications
multiple protocols, 1-3
voice over DSL, 1-3
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ports, configuring, 3-16
statistics, 1-2
data rate
adaptation, 1-3
DC Continuity Fault alarm, 4-1
dimensions, B-1
documents, related, iv
downloading
a configuration, 6-2
firmware, 6-4
DSL ports
ADSL, 3-2
ReachDSL, 3-2
SHDSL, 3-5
E
ending a session, 2-2
endpoint support, 1-2
environment requirements, B-1
Equivalent Working Length, 3-5
Errored Second alarm, 4-1
Errored Seconds, 4-1
example network, 1-3
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Index
F
glossary, iv
GrandVIEW, 1-4
overview
ADSL, 1-1
ATM line cards, 1-1
card features, 1-2
device features, 1-2
maintenance procedures, 6-1
ReachDSL, 1-1
SHDSL, 1-1
tests, 5-1
user interfaces, 2-1, 3-1
user’s guide, iii
H
P
Hardware Revision, 4-1
Help, 2-2
performance, 4-1
physical environment requirements, B-1
pin assignments, A-1–A-2
port-to-port cross connections, 3-12
Power Management (ADSL2), 3-4
power requirements, B-1
product-related documents, iv
profiles
alarm threshold, 3-8, 3-10
line, 3-6
traffic, 3-17
Protocol Initialization Failure alarm, 4-1
features, 1-2
firmware
download, 6-4
revision number, 4-1
fornt panel LEDs, 4-3
G
L
lamp test, 5-1
LEDs, 4-3
line profiles
ADSL, 3-6
ReachDSL, 3-6
SHDSL, 3-7
login, 2-1
logout, 2-2
Loop Attenuation, 4-1
loopback test, 5-2
Loss of Synchronization Word alarm, 4-1
Loss of Synchronization Word Seconds, 4-1
M
maintenance procedures, 6-1
menus, 2-2
described, 2-1
MIBs
list of supported, 1-4
Model 8620 and 8820 connectors, A-1
Model 8968 connectors, A-2
Model Number, 4-1
monitoring, 4-1
N
network example, 1-3
No Neighbor Present alarm, 4-1
O
online Help, 2-2
IN-2
R
ReachDSL
line profiles, 3-6
related documents, iv
reset
card, 6-5
to downloaded settings, 6-3
to factory defaults, 6-2
restart card, 6-5
restoring configuration from server, 6-2
S
save configuration to server, 6-2
saving a configuration, 6-2
screens, how to use, 2-1
Serial Number, 4-1
Severely Errored Second alarm, 4-1
Severely Errored Seconds, 4-1
SHDSL
line profiles, 3-7
loopback, 5-2
ports, 3-5
size of card, B-1
slot-to-slot cross connections, 3-14
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SNMP
general management capabilities, 1-4
MIBs supported, 1-4
trap support, 1-4
SNR Margin Defect alarm, 4-1
software reset, 6-5
spectrum management, 3-1
speeds
automated adjustment, 1-3
status, 4-1
Syslog status, 4-1
System
Contact, 4-1
Location, 4-2
Name, 4-2
threshold profiles, 3-8, 3-10
traffic profiles, 3-17
traps, 1-4
T
voice over DSL, 1-3
technical manuals, iv
technical specifications, B-1
Telco 50-pin connectors, A-1–A-2
test, 5-1
LEDs, 5-1
procedures, 5-1
SHDSL, 5-2
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Unavailable Second alarm, 4-2
Unavailable Seconds, 4-2
Unknown Cell Log, 4-2
uploading a configuration, 6-2
user interface
configuration of card, 3-1
how to use, 2-1
monitoring, 4-1
V
W
web interface
accessing, 2-1
menu tabs, 2-2
website, Paradyne technical manuals, iv
weight of card, B-1
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