Carrier Access Adit 3500 Network Card User Manual

Adit 3500
QUICK START GUIDE
Part Number: 002-0250-0010
Product Release: 1.6
September 2007
Copyright 2007 Carrier Access Corporation. All rights reserved.
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Contact Information:
Carrier Access Corporation
5395 Pearl Parkway
Boulder, CO 80301-2490
Corporate Phone: (303) 442-5455
Fax: (303) 443-5908
www.carrieraccess.com
Customer Support Direct: (800) 786-9929
E-mail: tech-support@carrieraccess.com
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Quick Start Guide
In this Guide
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Unpacking and Inspection
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Installation Environment
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User Safety
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Installation
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Compliant Installation
Ferrite Beads
Wall Mounting
Rack Mounting
Battery Backup
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Chassis Overview
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Interface Connectors
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Reset Button
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Alarm/Status LEDs
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Web-Based Management
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Setting up a CLI Connection
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Log in
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Key Enabled Software Features
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Basic Configuration
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Web-Based Management
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Restore Factory Defaults
Modify Default Admin User
Configure WAN Interface for Internet Connectivity
Configure the Adit 3500 as a SIP Gateway
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Unpacking and Inspection
Unpacking and Inspection
WARNING! OBSERVE PRECAUTIONS FOR HANDLING ELECTROSTATIC DEVICES.
1. Inspect containers for damage during shipment. Report any damage to the freight carrier for
possible insurance claims.
2. Compare packing list with office records. Report any discrepancies to the office.
3. Open shipping containers, be careful not to damage contents.
4. Inspect contents and report any damage.
5. If equipment must be returned for any reason, carefully repack equipment in the original
shipping container with original packing materials if possible.
6. If equipment is to be installed later, replace equipment in original shipping container and store
in a safe place until ready to install.
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Precautions
ESD can damage processors, circuit cards, and other electronic components. Always
observe the following precautions before installing a system component.
1. Do not remove a component from its protective packaging until ready to
install it.
2. Wear a wrist grounding strap and attach it to a metal part of the system unit
before handling components. If a wrist strap is not available, maintain contact with the system
unit throughout any procedure requiring ESD protection.
WARNING! INTEGRATED CIRCUITS (ICS) ARE EXTREMELY SUSCEPTIBLE TO ELECTROSTATIC
DISCHARGE. UNLESS YOU ARE A QUALIFIED SERVICE TECHNICIAN WHO USES TOOLS AND
TECHNIQUES THAT CONFORM TO ACCEPTED INDUSTRY PRACTICES, DO NOT HANDLE ICS.
The ESD warning label appears on packages and storage bags that contain static-sensitive products and
components.
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Installation Environment
Installation Environment
The environment in which you are installing the Adit 3000 must meet the following conditions:
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Operating temperature range: 32° to 104° F (0° to 40° C)
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Storage temperature range: -40° to 158° F (-40° to 70° C)
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Maximum operating altitude: 10,000 ft. (3,048 m)
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Maximum non-operating altitude: 40,000 ft. (12,192 m)
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Relative humidity (non-condensing) range: 0 to 95%
WARNING! THE ADIT 3000 IS DESIGNED FOR WALL AND RACK MOUNTING ONLY. IT IS NOT
DESIGNED FOR DESKTOP USE.
User Safety
CAUTION! WHEN USING YOUR TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT, BASIC SAFETY PRECAUTIONS SHOULD
ALWAYS BE FOLLOWED TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK AND INJURY TO PERSONS,
INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING:
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Do not use this product near water for example, near a bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink or
laundry tub, in a wet basement or near a swimming pool.
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Avoid using a telephone (other than a cordless type) during an electrical storm. There may be
a remote risk of electric shock from lightning.
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Do not use the telephone to report a gas leak in the vicinity of the leak.
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Use only the power cord and batteries indicated in this manual. Do not dispose of batteries in a
fire. They may explode. Check with local codes for possible special disposal instructions.
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Refer to the installation section of this manual for a safe and proper installation procedure. All
wiring external to this equipment should follow the current provision of the National Electrical
Code.
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Installation
Installation
The following are instructions for a compliant installation of the Adit 3500. Please note the following
warnings, before installing the unit.
For wall and rack mount instructions, use the links listed below to the appropriate section:
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Wall Mounting
Rack Mounting
Battery Backup
WARNING! OBSERVE PRECAUTIONS FOR HANDLING ELECTROSTATIC DEVICES. SEE
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Precautions ON PAGE 4 FOR DETAILED INFORMATION.
WARNING! THE ADIT 3500 DS1 NETWORK INTERFACE PORTS ARE CERTIFIED WITH ACTA,
INDUSTRY CANADA AND UL FOR DIRECT CONNECTION TO PUBLIC DIGITAL NETWORKS. TO PREVENT
EQUIPMENT DAMAGE FROM LIGHTNING SURGES, AC INDUCTION OR POWER LINE CONTACT, UTILIZE
LISTED PRIMARY PROTECTORS AT THE BUILDING ENTRANCE WITH MINIMUM 4 OHM CURRENTLIMITING AND MAXIMUM 600V IMPULSE BREAKDOWN AT 1000V/USEC. THE ADIT 3500 DS1 PORTS
COME EQUIPPED WITH SECONDARY OVERVOLTAGE AND OVERCURRENT PROTECTION. THE
INSTALLATION IS REQUIRED TO MEET LOCAL OR NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODES FOR COMMUNICATION
SYSTEMS.
WARNING! THE ADIT 3500 FXS INTERFACE PORTS ARE INTENDED TO SERVE INDOOR
COMMUNICATION CONDUCTORS ONLY. OVERVOLTAGE AND OVERCURRENT PROTECTION IS
PROVIDED TO PREVENT EQUIPMENT DAMAGE FROM LIGHTNING SURGES OR AC POWER LINE
CONTACT INSIDE BUILDINGS. THE FXS PORTS ARE NOT SUITABLE FOR CONNECTION TO EXPOSED
OUTDOOR COMMUNICATION CONDUCTORS.
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Compliant Installation
NOTE: It is important the DS1/E1 Network Interface Cables are secured separately from the
power and Signal Cables.
1. Inspect the unit.
2. Mount the unit.
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Wall mounting installation, see Wall Mounting on page 9.
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Wall mounting with Battery Backup Unit, see Battery Backup on page 12.
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Rack mounting installation, see Rack Mounting on page 10.
3. Ground the unit.
WARNING! THE ADIT 3500 IS REQUIRED TO BE PERMANENTLY GROUNDED FOR THE
PROTECTION OF USERS AND SERVICE PERSONNEL. REFER TO Grounding the Unit ON PAGE 3 FOR
DETAILED INSTRUCTIONS.
4. Connect DS1 (T1), and Ethernet connections as needed.
5. Connect RS-232 connector and connect via HyperTerm on your PC.
Note: With this running before power is enabled, you can monitor the boot process.
6. Attach PBX and phone line cables.
7. Connect Power to the unit.
8. Monitor the boot process on your PC, when complete the status light should be green.
9. For any software enabled features, enter the key command. See the key command in the Adit
3000 CLI Reference Manual, for detailed information.
10. To verify use the show version command.
11. To provision the unit. See Web-Based Management on page 23, for detailed instructions.
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Installation
Ferrite Beads
The following ferrite bead is required on the Adit 3500 configurations that do not have the FXS 4
channel option. The ferrite bead will enable the Adit to be compliant with EMI standards FCC Part 15
and ICES-003 Class A.
Ferrite beads shipped with Adit chassis:
Ferrite Provided
Part Number
Intended For
1 large
P/N 010-0051
Power cable, which requires a loop through the bead (see
drawing).
Back of
Adit 3500
Loop
through
Ferrite
Bead
Ferrite
Bead
12V Power
Cord
For additional information on Ferrite beads and their installation on the Adit 3500, please contact
Carrier Access Customer Support at (800) 786-9929.
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Installation
Wall Mounting
Before beginning the mounting process, verify that the installation area is a stable environment, clean
and free from extremes of temperature, shock, vibration and EMI.
See Installation Environment on page 5.
Mounting Bracket
Back of unit
Front of unit
Leave adequate space
at the front/back for
access to connectors
The Adit 3000 is delivered with mounting brackets that can easily be attached for quick and easy wall
mounting, as shown in the illustration above.
To install the unit to the wall:
1. Attach the wall mount brackets to the Adit 3000, with wall attachment flange pointing away
from the unit, as shown above. Attach with 4 screws provided (2 for each bracket).
2. Mount the unit to the wall using appropriate mounting screws (not included).
Note: it is acceptable to mount on drywall with suitable anchor-type mounting screws.
NOTE: The Adit 3000 must be mounted with the brackets on the top and bottom, as
shown above.
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Rack Mounting
This is an Optional Feature.
NOTE: Rack mounting kits are available for both 19 and 23 inch racks. 1 Rack Unit (RU) of spacing
is required above the Adit 3000 in the Rack Mount Unit.
To rack mount the Adit 3000, follow the instructions below:
1. Attach bracket ears to Rack Mounting Tray using four #10-32 x 1/4" screws on each side. The
Mounting Ears can be used for both a 19 or 23 inch rack. The drawing below shows a top view
of the 2 versions.
Mounting Ear
Rack Mounting Tray
Rack Mount Tray
screws
Mounting Ear
screws
Front
Rack Mount Tray
screws
Mounting Ear
23 in rack
Front
Mounting Ear
19 in rack
screws
Mounting Ear
2. Attach the Rack Mounting Tray assembly (with mounting ears attached) to rack, using four
#10-32 x 1/4” screws (two on each mounting ear).
3. Remove wall mount and screws, if attached, from Adit 3500 unit.
Note: Adit 3500 and wall mounting bracket are not assembled from the factory.
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4. Place the Adit 3000 on the Tray Slide and attach with the 4 screws removed in step 2.
screws
screws
Tray Slide
5. Slide the assembled piece (Adit 3000 and Tray Slide) onto the installed Rack Mounting Tray.
6. Secure the Tray Slide to the Rack Mounting Tray with the attached screws on the Tray Slide.
NOTE: The mounting brackets are designed to not allow units to be mounted closer than
recommended.
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Battery Backup
This is an Optional Feature.
The Adit 3500 Battery Backup is
designed specifically for the Adit 3500.
The battery backup unit is a single 12V
sealed lead-acid battery in a metal
enclosure designed for wall mounting.
Installation
There are two possible configurations to wall mount the Adit 3500 and the Battery Backup.
NOTE: It is recommended that the BBU be mounted to a wooden backboard using (4) #6
screws, or to drywall using (4) #6 screws with anchors. These screws are not provided.
1. Battery Backup attached to wall, with Adit 3500 mounted on the Battery Backup
2. Adit 3500 and Battery Backup attached to wall.
Option 1
view from side
Adit 3500
Option 2
Wall
Battery Backup
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#1 Adit 3500 mounted on top of the Battery Backup
This method will use a minimal amount of wall space. Note: This installation will require a
minimum wall space of space of: 9" (H) x 14" (W) x 5" (D).
1. Mount the Battery Backup to the wall with
(4) #6 x 1 coarse thread screws Note:
Screws are not provided
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Mark the location for the top 2 screws
(using BBU mounting keyhole as a guide)
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Screw these 2 screws into the wall at
marked locations.
Note: do not screw tight to the wall, leave
1/4" to allow BBU mounting keyholes to
slip over screw head.
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Attach the BBU by slipping the screw
heads through the keyhole slots of the
BBU, and let unit drop slightly to allow
screwheads to enter top of the keyhole.
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Screw bottom 2 screws into mounting
holes at the bottom of the unit.
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Tighten all screws to the wall.
2. Attach Adit 3500 Wall Mounting
Brackets to the BBU. Note: Brackets
are provided with the Adit 3500 unit.
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Each bracket is attached to the outer
facing side of the BBU.
Note the bracket orientation in the
graphic.
3. Insert Adit 3500 Power cord through
the holder on the right. This supports
the weight of the adapter portion of
the power cord.
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The connector to the wall runs out
the bottom, while the connector to
the Adit 3500 will run out of the top.
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Holder
Wall Brackets
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4. Attach Adit 3500 to the assembled
BBU and brackets.
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Second bracket
here
Each bracket attaches to the side of
the Adit 3500.
Note the orientation of the Adit in
the graphic.
5. Attach power cords.
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Connect cord from BBU to the Adit
3500 (2 pin connector).
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Connect 12V power cord to Adit
3500.
Front of Adit
Screws into
side of Adit
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#2 Adit 3500 and Battery Backup mounted to the wall
This method requires a more wall space. Note: This installation will require a minimum of wall
space of: 17" (H) x 14" (W) x 2.5" (D).
Adit 3500
Back
Front
Holds AC Adapter
portion of power
cord
Battery Cable
Battery Backup
1. Mount the Battery Backup to the wall with (4) #6 screws, by:
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Mark the location of the left-side 2 screws (using the BBU mounting keyhole as a guide).
Note: this installation of the BBU is oriented with the mounting keyholes to the left side.
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Screw these 2 screws into the wall at marked locations. Note: do not screw tight to the wall,
leave 1/4" to allow BBU mounting keyholes to slip over screw head.
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Attach the BBU by slipping the screw heads through the keyhole slots at the left of the
BBU, and slide unit to the right to allow screwheads to enter the narrow end of the keyhole.
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Screw the second set of 2 screws into mounting holes on the right of the unit.
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Tighten all screws to the wall.
2. Insert Adit 3500 Power cord through the holder on the top of the BBU. This supports the
weight of the adapter portion of the power cord.
3. Attach Adit 3500 to the wall following the instructions, Wall Mounting on page 9.
Attaching the Adit 3500 to the wall above the BBU.
Note: there is a distance limit between the Adit and the BBU (note the length of the battery
cable to the Adit).
4. Attach power cords.
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Connect cord from BBU to the Adit 3500 (2 pin connector).
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Connect 12V power cord to Adit 3500.
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Adit 3500 Battery Backup Power Connector
The following cable, is hard wired to the Adit 3500 Battery Backup and connects the Adit 3500.
Pinout
Wire
Definition
Red
12V (+)
Black
12V (-)
Chassis Overview
The following illustrations show all connectors on the Adit 3500.
Front
(4) DS1/E1
(E1 Future)
Alarm
Status
(4) Analog (FXS) connectors
Reset
(2) 10/100Base-T
Back
Ground
16
Battery
Power
RS-232
Management
Port
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Interface Connectors
Interface Connectors
The following are the Adit 3500 interface connectors:
Note: The following is dependant upon how the system (hardware) is configured. Systems can be
ordered with/without FXS, and can have from 1-4 DS1 ports.
Front of Adit
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4 DS1 Ports (used for DS1 WAN and/or PRI/CAS trunks) (RJ-45C connector).
- (1) T1-based WAN - uses 1 or 2 DS1 ports
- (1) PRI/CAS group - uses 1 or 2 DS1 ports
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(1) 10/100Base-TX WAN port (RJ-45 connector)
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(1) 10/100Base-TX LAN port (RJ-45 connector)
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4 FXS (RJ-11 connector)
Back of Adit
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RS-232 craft port connector for local management
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Power input connector
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Battery input connector
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Ground connector
Grounding the Unit
WARNING! THE ADIT 3500 IS REQUIRED TO BE PERMANENTLY GROUNDED FOR THE
PROTECTION OF USERS AND SERVICE PERSONNEL.
Chassis ground is located on the back of the unit.
To ground the unit:
1. Connect a minimum 14 AWG ground
wire with a #8 ring tongue terminal (not
included) to the chassis ground on the
back of the unit. Secure with the 8-32
screw and lock washer provided.
Chassis
Ground
2. Connect the opposite end of the ground
wire to a suitable earth grounding point
such as a building grounding electrode,
metal water pipe, or metal building
structure that is in compliance with article 250 of NEC.
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Interface Connectors
12 VAC Power Connection
The Adit 3500 is powered by a 12 VAC Power Converter, which provides 12 VDC to the unit.
Item
Input
Output
Specification
Rate input voltage
AC100V-240V
Vibration input voltage range
AC90V-255V
Frequency Rated
50-60 Hz
Frequency Vibration
47-63Hz
Input rated current
15A max. at 115VAC cool start
30A max. at 230VAC cool start
Leakage current
0.25mA
Efficiency
70% Min.
Output voltage
13.5VDC
Output max. current
2.2A+150mA (V out = 9VDC-13VDC)
Output min. current
0A (V out = 14VDC)
Line regulation
+1%
Load regulation
+5%
Short circuit protection
Output shut down auto restart
Battery Connection
The Battery connector on the Adit 3500 is a 2 pin connector provided specifically for the
Battery Backup option. See Battery Backup on page 10 for additional information.
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Interface Connectors
DS1/E1 Connection Ports
1
8
Each DS1/E1 connection port is equipped with a standard RJ-48C (female) on the
Adit 3500 unit. Note: E1 will be available in a future release.
The pinouts are as follows:
DS1/E1 RJ-48C
The pinouts are as follows:
Pin
Name
Description
1
Receive Ring
Receive from DS1 network
2
Receive Tip
Receive from DS1 network
3
N/C
Not connected
4
Transmit Ring
To DS1 network
5
Transmit Tip
To DS1 network
6 -8
N/C
Not connected
The LEDs are as follows (left LED only):
State
Description
Off
Off line
Green
Normal
Red
Loss of Signal (LOS)
Yellow
Bipolar Violation (BPV)
Flashing Green
Loopback active
Flashing Yellow
Yellow Alarm (Remote Alarm Indication)
Flashing Red (Slow)
Loss of Frame (LOF) or Alarm Indication Signal (AIS)
Flashing Red (Fast)
Self-test Failure
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Interface Connectors
10/100Base-TX Ethernet
1
8
The 10/100Base-TX Ethernet (female) ports provide connectivity for Router WAN
and/or LAN ports and for management connection via Telnet and/or SNMP to a
Network Management System.
Ethernet (RJ-45)
The pinouts are as follows:
Note: This is a hub pinout, you will need a straight cable to connect to a PC.
Pin
Name
Description
1
Receive +
Receive from network
2
Receive -
Receive from network
3
Transmit +
Transmit to network
4-5
N/C
Not connected
6
Transmit -
Transmit to network
7-8
N/C
Not connected
The LEDs are as follows:
LED
State
Left LED
The left LED shall show Link Status.
Right LED
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Description
Off
Link Down
Green
Link Up
Flashing Green
Traffic on Link
Yellow
Collision status
The right LED shall indicate Link Speed.
Off
10 Mbit/sec, down or not connected
Green
100 Mbit/sec
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Reset Button
RS-232 Craft Port (Female DB-9)
The RS-232 craft port connector (female) is for connection to an external PC or Hayes-compatible
modem for local or remote configuration, management, and performance monitoring using the Adit
3500 Command Line Interface (CLI).
The RS-232 craft port connects via a female DB-9 connector on the Adit
3500.
1
5
6
9
The pinouts are as follows:
Pin
Direction
Description
1
Outbound
Carrier Detect
2
Outbound
Receive Data
3
Inbound
Transmit Data
4
Inbound
Data Terminal Ready
5
N/A
Signal Ground
6
Outbound
Data Set Ready
7
Inbound
Request to Send
8
Outbound
Clear to Send
9
N/C
Not connected
RJ-11 Connector
There are four RJ-11 (female) connectors for the FXS ports.
The pinouts are as follows:
Pin
Name
Description
1-2
N/C
Not connected
3
R
Ring
4
T
Tip
5-6
N/C
Not connected
6
1
Reset Button
The system can be reset by pressing the reset button located on the front panel.
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Alarm/Status LEDs
Alarm/Status LEDs
LED
State
Description
Critical
Off
No critical alarms present
Red
Critical alarms present. Critical alarms include:
user-configured manor environmental inputs.
Off
No major alarms present
Red
Major alarm present. Major alarms include:
user-configured manor environmental inputs, DS1 short, DS1 open, DS1
facility alarm, DS1 RAI, DS1 AIS, DS1 LOF, DS1 LOS, WAN fault,
Ethernet fault and dead card alarms.
Off
No minor alarms present
Red
Minor alarms present. Minor alarms include:
user-configured manor environmental inputs, DS1 excessive line code
violations.
Off
No power to system
Green
Application running, no detected system problems.
Green Flashing
Power-On Self Test (POST) successful. System booted. Loading Application.
Green/Yellow
Flashing alternate colors. Application Self Test in Process.
Yellow
Yellow while booting. If this stays a steady yellow the Power-On Self Test
(POST) failed.
Yellow Flashing
Power-On Self Test (POST) In Process.
Red
System Failure
Major
Minor
Status
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Web-Based Management
Web-Based Management
The web-based management interface allows you to control various system parameters. The interface
is accessed through a web browser.
To access the management console:
NOTE: The following assumes that you have connected the PC to the LAN port of the Adit
3500.
1. Launch a web browser on your PC in the LAN to which the Adit 3500’s LAN port is connected.
Note: If connection to the 3500 is to be through an Ethernet or T1 WAN, the remote admin
WAN access must be enabled with the following command sequence:
Command
Username: admin
Description
Log into the system (username and password).
Password: ********
Adit 3500> enable
Enter the Privileged mode.
Password: ********
Enter password for the Privileged mode.
#configure terminal
Enter the Configuration mode.
(config)# remote-admin web
primary-port enable
Enable remote web admin.
2. Type the Adit 3500’s IP address or name in the address bar.
Example: http://192.168.1.1.
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Default IP address is http://192.168.1.1
Note: to display the current IP address of the systems, use the following CLI command:
#show interface ethernet 1 (LAN)
#show interface ethernet 2 (Eth WAN)
3. Login to the unit.
Enter User Name and Password. Note: these setting should be changed from the default settings
after the initial login.
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Default user name is admin
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Default password is admin 123
NOTE: After a few minutes of inactivity, the session will automatically timeout and the
operator will be required to log in to continue the session.
WARNING! IF YOUR USER NAME AND PASSWORD ARE SET TO THE DEFAULT SETTING, IT IS
RECOMMENDED THAT YOU MODIFY THEM FOR SECURITY PURPOSES.
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Setting up a CLI Connection
Setting up a CLI Connection
A CLI connection will require the LAN or WAN IP address of the unit. Note: If the WAN IP address
is used, the remote admin WAN access must be enabled with the following command sequence:
Command
Username: admin
Description
Log into the system (username and password).
Password: ********
Adit 3500> enable
Enter the Privileged mode.
Password: ********
Enter password for the Privileged mode.
#configure terminal
Enter the Configuration mode.
(config)# remote-admin web primaryport enable
Enable remote web admin.
NOTE: For Adit 3500 CLI commands see the Adit 3000 CLI Reference Manual. This is a
separate document and can be found on the CD that is provided with the product, or on the
Carrier Access customer website.
To connect with CLI, set up the connection:
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If connecting via the Ethernet 100Base-TX connection, use a Telnet TCP/IP program to access
the CLI. This requires an IP address of the unit.
Note: to display the current IP address of the unit, use the ifconfig command.
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If connecting via RS-232, the port settings should be set to:
Bits per second: 115200
Data bits: 8
Parity: None
Stop bits: 1
Flow control: None
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Set your Terminal Emulation to: VT100
NOTE: When using Tera Term (Telnet program) TCP/IP, CLI commands will not be
recognized until the following setup is completed.
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In Tera Term go to Setup/Terminal
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Set the New-line/Transmit value CR+LF
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Log in
Log in
After successful connection, via telnet or HyperTerm, the user must login. Default Logins are:
Login: admin
Password: admin123
After successful login the prompt will be displayed as follows:
Adit 3500>
NOTE: It is recommended that you change your password from the default.
Key Enabled Software Features
The Adit 3500 has additional features that are not provided on the base system. These features can be
purchased with the product or added later as needed. These features are enabled via a Software Key
(example: G.729). The number of keyed features may expand with the development of the product,
therefore to see a list of current keyed features, or to purchase a key, contact Carrier Access Customer
Service or Sales.
To enter a software key, use the following CLI command:
Syntax: (config)# key key-code
Example: (config)# key cxusdfutkj3diosn412C
NOTE: Keys may only be entered through the CLI (not through the GUI).
The Key Enabled Software Features are displayed on the Advanced/Technical Information window.
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Key Enabled Software Features
This information is also displayed with the following CLI command:
Adit 3500> show version
Application Version: 1.5.0
Compilation Time: Thu Jun 14 2007 18:07:22
FPGA Version: 1.00
Board Version: 5 003-1215-0300
IXP400 Software Release: 1_4 SQA4_1
MSP:
82530 - 60 channels
Image File Name: TGW_v5_05.axf
API Version
: 2.1.0
Source IP Addr : 192.168.1.1
Voice Slot 1 : FXS Card Present: Rev 3.00
Vendor: Carrier Access
CLEI Code: IPMHX00LRA
Product Features:
SIP enabled.
G729A enabled.
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Basic Configuration
The following configuration is divided into logical sections, where each section configures an additional
function. The first must be configured before the second and so forth, however, you may stop at any
section and not add the following feature.
NOTE: The order in which commands are entered can affect the successful provisioning of
the Adit 3500.
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Setup Adit 3500 for access via Web-Browser
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Restore Factory Defaults
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Modify Default Admin User
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Configure WAN Interface for Internet Connectivity
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Configure the Adit 3500 as a SIP Gateway
Setup Adit 3500 for access via Web-Browser
The following steps will configure the Adit 3500 to allow access to the Web Browser for configuration,
through the LAN (1) or WAN (2) 10/100Base-T Ethernet connections.
Note: for LAN access, no additional configuration is required to access the Adit using the web browser.
To configure the WAN access:
1. Connect to the CLI via the DB-9 RS-232. See Setting up a CLI Connection on page 24.
2. Enable the remote admin WAN access with the following command sequence:
Command
Username: admin
Description
Log into the system (username and password).
Password: ********
Adit 3500> enable
Enter the Privileged mode.
Password: ********
Enter password for the Privileged mode.
#configure terminal
Enter the Configuration mode.
(config)# remote-admin web
primary-port enable
Enable remote web admin.
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Restore Factory Defaults
If the unit is not out-of-the-box, you may want to verify that the unit is set to defaults.
Note: this will reset the IP address back to the default setting of 192.168.1.1.
In the web-browser:
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Select Advanced from the Navigation bar
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Select Restore Defaults
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Select OK to restore defaults
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Modify Default Admin User
For security purposes it is recommended that the Administrator User be changed from the default
settings.
Modify the Administrator User in the web-browser:
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Select Advanced from the Navigation bar
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Select Users icon
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Select Administrator, to open the profile.
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Modify the User information, and select OK to save. It is important to note that you need to
have a minimum of one user with Administrative Privileges. For users with other access
levels, use the New User to add additional users on the system.
Note: For security purposes, the password should be changed from the default setting.
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You will be required to login again, if you have modified the User Profile that you are logged
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Configure WAN Interface for Internet Connectivity
There are options to this WAN configuration. This is the connection to the end user’s internet provider.
It can be the following:
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Single T1 (PPP)
Multiple T1s (Multilink)
Ethernet WAN
Single T1 (PPP)
To configure a single T1 utilizing PPP:
1. Select Network Connections from the Navigation bar.
2. Select (click) a T1 Interface (from T1 1 - T1 4) to configure, T1 1 is recommended.
Note: Using T1 1 and the preconfigured Serial 1 makes this configuration very simple. If you
use T1 2-T1 4, you will need to delete the preconfigured Serial 1 and make a New Connection
(Serial 1) based on the T1 2-T1 4 that you selected.
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3. Select the Settings button.
4. Set the proper Framing Type and Line Coding.
5. Select OK to apply the new settings and exit this window.
6. Select OK again to return to the Network Connections window.
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7. Select (click) the Serial 1 connection.
8. Select the Settings button.
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9. Set the following on the Configure Serial 1 window:
- Network Type to WAN (this is the default setting)
- PPP Authentication to your required preferences
10. Select OK to apply the new settings and exit this window.
11. Select OK again to return to the Network Connections window.
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Multiple T1s (Multilink)
To configure Multiple T1s utilizing Multilink PPP:
1. Select Network Connections from the Navigation bar.
2. Select (click) a T1 Interface (from T1 1 - T1 4) to configure.
3. Select the Settings button.
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4. Set the proper Framing Type and Line Coding.
5. Select OK to apply the new settings and exit this window.
6. Select OK again to return to the Network Connections window.
7. Repeat steps #1-6 for additional T1s required for the ML-PPP
8. Select (click) the delete icon associated with the Serial 1 connection.
Select OK to confirm the deletion of this connection.
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9. Select (click) New Connection to create the ML-PPP connection.
10. Select the Multilink Point-to-Point Protocol over DS0 (Multilink), and select Next.
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11. Enter User Name and Password.
12. Select the T1s for this Multilink and the channel ranges.
13. Select Next.
14. A summary of the Multilink connection will be displayed. If correct, select Finish.
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15. The new Multilink connection will display on the Network Connections window.
16. Select (click) the Multilink 1 connection.
17. Select the Settings button.
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18. Set the following on the Configure Multilink 1 window:
- Network Type to WAN (this is the default setting)
- PPP Authentication to your required preferences
19. Select OK to apply the new settings and exit this window.
20. Select OK again to return to the Network Connections window.
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Ethernet WAN
To configure the WAN utilizing Ethernet feed:
1. Select Network Connections from the Navigation bar.
2. Select (click) the delete icon associated with the Serial 1 connection.
Select OK to confirm the deletion of this connection.
3. Select (click) the Ethernet 2 (WAN Ethernet) connection to configure.
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4. Select the Enable button, to configure the WAN Ethernet up (or in-service).
5. Select the Settings button.
6. Set Network type to WAN.
7. Set Internet Protocol option (method of IP address assignment).
8. Select OK to apply the new settings and exit this window.
9. Select OK again to return to the Network Connections window.
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Configure the Adit 3500 as a SIP Gateway
1. Select Voice Over IP from the Navigation bar.
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2. On the IP Telephony tab, under Proxy Servers:
- Set Proxy Type to Generic/custom (BroadSoft or Sylantro). Example: BroadSoft
- Select Use SIP Proxy and enter SIP Proxy IP address
- Select supported Codecs
3. Select Apply to save the new settings.
4. Select the Advanced button.
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5. Modify any advanced VoIP settings as needed and select Apply.
6. Select OK to exit window.
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7. If using the FXS ports, select the Phone Settings tab.
8. Select the Action icon on line #1 to edit.
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9. Enter the Phone Number in the User ID field.
10. Enter Authentication information as needed.
11. Select OK to apply and exit this window.
12. Select OK to acknowledge that with these changes, active calls will be dropped.
13. Repeat this step for each FXS Line.
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14. The current User ID of the FXS lines will display.
15. Select the Line Monitoring tab. This window displays the SIP status of the FXS ports.
Note: When a telephone port is successfully registered the Registration Status column displays
"Registered" in green."
16. Select the Trunk Settings tab.
17. Select (click) on the trunk to configure.
18. Set the Trunk Signaling type to PRI or CAS.
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19. Set the Signaling Type.
20. Select New Entry to assign numbers to your PRI interface(s).
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21. Enter the phone number range for numbers to be routed to the trunk interface for incoming
SIP calls, on the Call Destination window. Use Strip and Prefix entries to translate the incoming
destination number from SIP to the destination number to be sent to the PRI/CAS interface.
22. Select OK to save and exit this window.
Note: this information will display at the bottom of the Trunk Settings window.
23. Select OK again to return to the Voice Over IP window.
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24. Select the Trunk Monitoring tab to view the status of any calls on the PRI.
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