Agilent J2126A / J2127A / OmniBER OTN

Agilent J2126A / J2127A / OmniBER OTN
Agilent J2126A / J2127A /
OmniBER OTN
Virtual Instrument 2.0
Installation and User’s Guide
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Introduction
In This Guide
Contains details of how to:
!
Install
!
Launch
!
Maintain
Agilent Technologies Virtual Instrument (VI) application, allowing
complete control of the J2126A/J2127A and OmniBER OTN series
of instruments via their Graphical User Interface (GUI) over a remote
link.
This second edition of Virtual Instrument supports multiple
instrument models and firmware revisions following the download
of suitable GUI pack files.
Up to date information and all downloads for this product can be
obtained from:
http://www.agilent.com/find/J2126A-J2127A
or
http://www.agilent.com/find/omniberotn-family
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Introduction
Contents
1
Introduction6
2
Installation 7
PC Specification 7
Modem Specification 7
Installing the Virtual Instrument 8
Installing the GUI Packs 9
Uninstalling the Virtual Instrument 9
Installing the Sun Personal Java Emulation Environment 9
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Establishing Communication With An Instrument
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LAN 10
DHCP or Auto-IP of Instrument IP Address 10
Manual Setting of Instrument IP Address 11
Verify Your Network Connection 12
Modem 13
Instrument Set Up 13
PC Set Up 13
Verify Your Modem Connection 14
4
Launch and Configure Virtual Instrument Launchpad 15
Launch Virtual Instrument 15
Setting the Options 15
Adding an Instrument to the Launchpad 16
LAN 16
Modem 16
Connecting to an Instrument 17
GUI Pack Installation 19
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Using the Virtual Instrument Interface
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Exiting the Virtual Instrument 21
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Troubleshooting 22
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Introduction
1 Introduction
PC with Virtual
Instrument
PC with Virtual
Instrument
The Virtual Instrument (VI) application enables you to control
instruments from central sites. The diagram shows two PCs
controlling instruments in a network. Communication between the
PCs and instruments is by modem or LAN links.
You use VI to establish connections, change settings, run tests and
view results, at various locations in the network.
Two remote and one local user can use VI simultaneously, although
at any one time only one user can be in control of any one
instrument. It is also possible for one user to run multiple VI
windows to control multiple instruments in multiple locations.
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Installation
2 Installation
The Virtual Instrument (VI) application is very portable and can run
on a PC with Windows 98, Me, XP, NT or 2000, and the Sun Personal
Java Emulation Environment application. See PC Specification for
minimum requirements. (It can also run on Unix based workstations
but this is not actively supported at this time).
You can install VI from CD-ROM or from the web.
The procedures provided in this section are:
!
Installing VI
!
Uninstalling VI
!
Installing GUI packs
!
Installing the Sun Personal Java Emulation Environment
PC Specification
The minimum PC requirements are:
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Windows 98, Me, XP, NT(SP4 or better) or 2000
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100 MHz Pentium II
!
64 MB RAM
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1 Gb HDD
!
1024 x 768 screen resolution
!
1600 x 1200 screen resolution (for viewing two remote
instrument GUIs at the same time - “tiled”)
Modem Specification
The minimum modem requirements are:
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Rate: 28kb/s
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Protocol: V.34
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Hayes compatible
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Installation
Installing the Virtual Instrument
Use the following procedure to install the Virtual Instrument.
NOTE
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1
Download and save the latest VI self-extracting “exe” file to a temporary
location on your PC. This file can be obtained from the web link
referenced at the beginning of this guide.
2
Run the “exe” file and extract to C:\Program Files\Agilent\VI . If the
full path does not yet exist, create it.
3
Examine the contents of the new directory structure. If a README.txt
file is included then you should read that first in order to get late breaking
news concerning the current release.
4
Create a desktop shortcut to the run_me.bat file which is also within the
new file structure. It is suggested that the shortcut is renamed to Virtual
Instrument as shown in this Windows-2000 example.
Windows-98 Only: To prevent possible Out Of Environment Space errors, you
must create a desktop shortcut. Select the shortcut’s Properties -> Memory
(tab) and enter a value of 32000 for the Initial Environment entry field. Click OK.
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Installation
Installing the GUI Packs
Download the appropriate GUI pack for your instrument model
number and its firmware revision, noting that J2126A and J2127A
GUI packs are the same. If this is the first installation of a GUI pack,
create your GUI pack installation directory:
C:\Program Files\Agilent\GUI Packs
Unpack and save your GUI pack :
E.g. C:\Program Files\Agilent\GUI Packs\J2127A_A.04.03.A
The integration of GUI packs is covered in section GUI Pack
Installation.
Uninstalling the Virtual Instrument
The VI installation is simple in that it:
1
Does not create a Windows “Start” menu entry
2
Does not create a desktop shortcut
3
Does not create Windows registry entries
Consequently, to uninstall the tool. Simple delete the installation
directory and its contents and any shortcuts you may have created.
Installing the Sun Personal Java Emulation Environment
VI requires the “Sun Personal Java Emulation Environment” which is
freely obtainable from Sun Microsystems Inc.
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Go to the following web link:
http://java.sun.com/products/personaljava/pj-emulation.html pjee3.1
2
From the Download PersonalJava Emulation Environment v 3.1
choice, select Windows/X86, Win32.
3
Press continue.
4
Press ACCEPT.
5
Press the HTTP or one of the FTP buttons.
6
Press Save on the download dialog.
7
Run the pjee3_1-win-nonrom.exe file once the download is
complete (accept all default directory settings).
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3 Establishing Communication With An Instrument
This section deals with establishing and verifying a remote
connection between your instrument and your PC via Ethernet LAN
or dial-up modem. Please check with your network administrator if
there are any terms or procedures that your are unsure about.
LAN
The most common method of establishing a remote connection is via
a LAN connection. The initial configuration is for your PC is to be
connected to the office LAN and for the target instrument to be
connected to another accessible (remote) LAN.
DHCP or Auto-IP of Instrument IP Address
If either one of the following two conditions fail, then proceed to
section Manual Setting of Instrument IP Address.
1
Verify with the IT department responsible for managing the
network at the instrument site, that the LAN service there can
automatically assign IP addresses using DHCP and / or Auto-IP.
2
Your current revision of instrument firmware must support
DHCP and / or Auto-IP as verified by the following procedure.
a
From the instrument main menu, select System -> Network
Settings
b
Select Autoconfigure using DHCP and Autoconfigure using
AutoIP as shown. Deselect Manually configured as shown.
c
Select Apply. The Network Status line will indicate when the
Current IP Configuration is obtained from your network.
d
Close the dialog box.
Your PC will already have its own IP address – no changes are
required. To test your network connection, proceed to section Verify
Your Network Connection.
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Manual Setting of Instrument IP Address
Your instrument (or instrument site network services) only supports
Manual IP Addressing and not DHCP or Auto-IP. You have an IP
address supplied by your remote IT department to allow you to use
the instrument on their site LAN. Use the settings:
1
Manual IP addressing.
2
IP Address:
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx …from IT department
3
Subnet Mask:
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx …from IT department
4
Default Gateway: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx …from IT department
To set this up on your instrument, select Menu -> System -> Remote
Control. Set the Connection mode to LAN and access the Network
Settings dialog box. The appearance of this dialog will be dependant
on your instrument’s capability. In addition to Manual IP addressing,
your instrument may support DHCP/Auto-IP which should be
switched off.
Manual IP addressing only
Full IP addressing capability
Your PC will already have its own IP address – no changes are
required. To test your network connection, proceed to section Verify
Your Network Connection.
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Verify Your Network Connection
In order to verify your LAN connection to the instrument:
1
The instrument LAN port should have a steady green status LED.
2
The yellow activity LED will flash only if there is data traffic.
3
From your PC, open your Command prompt or MS-DOS prompt
window. This is typically somewhere under Start -> Programs ->
Accessories. Type ping and then the IP address of your
instrument. This will send four packets of data to the instrument
as exampled below:
Example
A successful connection will report 4-error free packet transmission /
receptions as shown. If the command times out, then you must
recheck your connection and IP address settings. If the command is
partly successful with less than four successful transmissions, then
there are transmission errors. It may be that your link speed is too
high and you may want to try and reduce to a 10M LAN card.
When ready, you may launch Virtual Instrument.
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Establishing Communication With An Instrument
Modem
Using a modem, you can establish a connection with the target
instrument using Windows Dial-up Networking. The communication
between Virtual Instrument and the target instrument is based on a
PPP session carrying TCP/IP, similar to an internet connection
Instrument Set Up
To control the instrument over a telephone line, connect a compatible
modem to the instrument’s RS232 port and to a suitable telephone
line.
1
From the instrument main menu, select
System -> Remote Control
2
Select Connection mode -> MODEM
3
The instrument's status line should initially report
Searching for modem…
4
Once the modem is found, this will change to
Waiting for an incoming call…
PC Set Up
Either connect an external modem to one of the serial ports on your
PC or fit a suitable internal modem card.
Using Windows Dial-up Networking, create a new connection, giving
it a name and selecting the device or port you intend to use. Your
version of Windows will have extensive on-line help on this subject
and so the following is just a typical example. Read it through as it is
not in any particular order.
1
From the Start menu select Programs -> Accessories ->
Communications -> Dial-Up Networking (or similar)
2
Select New Connection and follow the set-up procedure suitable
for a dial-up modem internet connection. Typically, you will be
presented with a Connection Wizard.
3
Enter the phone number to which the instrument is connected.
4
You do not require a username or password to connect to an
instrument – just leave them as default. It may also be possible to
disable this from the Properties dialog described later.
5
If you are using an external modem, select the appropriate RS232
port, usually COM1 or COM2.
6
If you are using an internal modem, then select it along with the
relevant port which is usually COM3 or COM4.
Once the wizard completes, you can verify or change these settings
by right-clicking and selecting Properties on your new dial-up
networking connection in the dial-up networking folder.
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Ensure that you have selected a PPP dial-up server.
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Ensure that. at least, TCP/IP is selected for this connection
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NOTE
Windows 98, NT
Select Properties -> Server Types(tab) -> TCP/IP Settings…
If offered, uncheck Use default gateway on remote network
Verify Your Modem Connection
In order to verify your modem connection to the instrument, follow
the example in the section Verify Your Network Connection using
“ping” but substitute the specially allocated IP address of 192.168.1.1.
When ready, you may launch Virtual Instrument.
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Launch and Configure Virtual Instrument Launchpad
4 Launch and Configure Virtual Instrument Launchpad
Launch Virtual Instrument
Launch VI by running the run_me.bat directly from the installation
folder or via any shortcut you may have created. A first time launch
will bring up an empty Virtual Instrument Launchpad screen as
shown. There may also be a dialog box warning that you have not yet
loaded a GUI pack.
Setting the Options
It is recommended that, for inexperienced users, the Virtual
Instrument options (Help -> Options) are left as their default values.
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Display confirmation dialog for non-supported versions
Permits the reporting of attempts to connect to instruments with
unsupported versions of firmware.
2
Maximum connection timeout (in seconds)
Sets the Timeout Period after which you will be notified of lost
connections. The recommended value is 30s. (Minimum 5s).
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Adding an Instrument to the Launchpad
LAN
To add an instrument to the instrument list in the Virtual
Instrument Launchpad window:
1
Select New Connection. This will create a new row in the
instrument table.
2
Select the Instrument Name or IP Address entry cell within the
new row. Edit the content to be the IP address or the full path
DNS name of your instrument.
3
Add a comment in the Comment cell.
Modem
For modem connections, follow the above LAN procedure but for the
IP Address enter the pre-allocated standard PPP address of
192.168.1.1.
The following example illustrates entries for all of the above cases.
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Launch and Configure Virtual Instrument Launchpad
Connecting to an Instrument
You should have successfully established a connection from your PC
via LAN or modem as in section Establishing Communication With
An Instrument and added it to the Launchpad window as in section
Adding an Instrument to the Launchpad.
1
On the Launchpad window, highlight your target instrument.
2
Click Connect
Assuming the correct GUI pack is loaded, the Virtual Instrument
Graphical User Interface (GUI) should now appear.
NOTE
If the Remote GUI window fails to appear but can be seen in the Windows
Taskbar, position the mouse on the taskbar icon and right-click->Minimize
followed by right-click->Restore. This issue should be rectified in a future
release of the Sun Personal Java Emulation Environment.
If the correct GUI pack is not yet installed, then you may be
presented with the following dialog boxes.
Connection information required
VI requires a hint to identify the instrument. Enter the instrument
model number in preference to the port number which normally has
a value of 5001.
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Launch and Configure Virtual Instrument Launchpad
Correct GUI pack not found
The text within the dialog box will highlight the firmware revision of
the target instrument. If your instrument firmware revision is not yet
supported, you may choose one of the following actions.
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1
Upgrade your instrument to the most recently supported
firmware revision supported by Virtual Instrument.
2
From the dialog box (above), select a previously installed Version
which is nearest to your instrument. This may result in some
remote GUI anomalies due to feature differences between the
chosen configuration file and the actual instrument.
3
Download and install the correct GUI pack. This is the preferred
course of action and is detailed in section GUI Pack Installation.
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Launch and Configure Virtual Instrument Launchpad
GUI Pack Installation
To install a GUI pack, first download and save the correct version as
detailed in section Installing the GUI Packs.
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On the Launchpad window select Instrument -> Load new GUI
pack…
2
Find the “.A” configuration file corresponding to the instrument
firmware revision of interest. Select and install it. This file will
typically have been installed in the GUI packs folder under
C:\Program Files\Agilent\GUI Packs
3
You should now be able to connect to your instrument as in
section Connecting to an Instrument
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Using the Virtual Instrument Interface
5 Using the Virtual Instrument Interface
Once, launched, the Virtual Instrument (VI) interface operates for the
most part, exactly like the control interface of an instrument, with
menu selections and navigation operating in the same way. The user
interface is controlled by your PC mouse and keyboard. Front panel
instrument keys are replicated along the bottom border of the VI
Interface and are selectable.
Real-time
LED
information
The Run/Stop LED indicates that
the instrument is running a test
The History Reset LED, indicates
historical alarms or errors
Connecting to a remote
instrument will allow you to
see its settings, LED status
and results. However, if you
try to change settings or
change viewing tabs, you will
be asked if you want to take
control.
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Using the Virtual Instrument Interface
Once control has been taken, you will be able to use any instrument
function. It will also mean that any local or other remote users will
lose control since only one user can have control at any time.
The actual instrument GUI will not 'mirror' the Virtual Instrument
GUI. All users will only see what they have chosen to see.
NOTE
The Signal Wizard application can only be viewed by the user who started the
application. Other users will not be able to change settings until Signal Wizard
is stopped. A warning message will be displayed indicating this.
Please note that the speed of response of the Virtual Instrument will
depend on the quality of network connection.
As an alternative to the PC mouse, the following keyboard mapping is
available.
Table 1
PC Keys to Instrument Keys Mapping
Instrument Keys
PC Keys
Cursor (!"#$)
Arrow (!"#$)
Select
Enter / Return
Menu
+
Cancel
Esc (Escape)
Help
F1
Window
F2
Run/Stop
F5
Print Control
F6
Single Error
F7
Smart Test
F8
Show More
F9
History Reset
F12
Exiting the Virtual Instrument
The Virtual Instrument interface can be exited by either clicking the
close box at the top right-hand corner of the user interface window
or by selecting Exit from the instrument menu.
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Troubleshooting
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Table 2
Fault / Condition
Troubleshooting
“Bad command or filename” when starting the
application.
Ensure that the Sun Personal Java Emulation Environment is
installed in its default directory.
Instrument Remote GUI fails to appear after
choosing an instrument from the Virtual Instrument
Launchpad window.
If the Remote GUI window fails to appear but can be seen in
the Windows Taskbar, you may need to position the mouse on
it and right-click->Minimize followed by
right-click->Restore. This issue should be rectified in a future
release of the Sun Personal Java Emulation Environment.
Remote interface fails to respond.
If the remote interface no longer responds to keyboard
commands, it is possible that communication with the
instrument has terminated. Use the Windows PING command
to establish if the instrument is still visible on the network. If
so, then re-launch the Remote GUI.
“Out of environment space” error message
The “create shortcut” step was not followed in the installation
procedure for Windows-98 users.
Table 3
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General Problems
Virtual Instrument Launchpad Error Messages
Error Text
Possible Cause
Connection failed to <IP address>. Operation timed
Out. Please check……
Launchpad could not connect to the instrument IP address. The
IP address may not exist on the network. This message would
have appeared after the Timeout period elapsed..
The instrument <DNS name> cannot be found.
Please check that this is the correct name.
The DNS server cannot find the supplied DNS name. Is the
instrument connected to the network? Is the instrument’s DNS
name spelled correctly? Is the DNS server down?
Exception <Operation timed out> occurred while
connecting to <IP address>
Communication is lost with the instrument. Verify connection.
Exception <Connection refused> occurred while
connecting to <IP address>
Connection to the instrument has been refused. The maximum
number of users are already connected.
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In This Guide
Contains details of how to:
!
Install
!
Launch
!
Maintain
Agilent Technologies Virtual Instrument (VI) application, allowing
complete control of the J2126A/J2127A and OmniBER OTN series
of instruments via their Graphical User Interface (GUI) over a remote
link.
This second edition of Virtual Instrument supports multiple
instrument models and firmware revisions following the download
of suitable GUI pack files.
Up to date information and all downloads for this product can be
obtained from:
http://www.agilent.com/find/J2126A-J2127A
or
http://www.agilent.com/find/omniberotn-family
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