HIOSO HiOSO EPON Network Management System User`s Manual

HIOSO HiOSO EPON Network Management System User`s Manual
HIOSO
HiOSO EPON Network Management System
User’s Manual
Shenzhen HiOSO Technology Co., Ltd
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Edition: 2013.03.06
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Introduction
Manual Instruction
This is <HiOSO EPON Network Management System Operation User’s Manual>, this manual is
applicable to the EPON equipment with the HiOSO Network Management System. This manual is
used for equipment setting instruction. Please read me before operation.
Conventions
1. Command Description Convention
When this manual is introducing the usage of the commands, it might use one or several text format as
below to express particular description:
Format
Description
Refers to command line keyword (remain unchanged part of the command, must
Bold
input accordingly)
|
Used to separate several options, indicates that select from two or more options.
[]
Indicates that the content in the “[]” is optional during command configuring.
[x|y|…]
Indicates that select one or not from two or more options.
<A.B.C.D>
Indicates that the user needs to input the IP address.
Indicates that the user needs to input the IP address, and it is allowed to
<A.B.C.D/M>
designate subnet mask with parameter “M”, “M” is referred to the bit of the subnet
mask.
<n-m>
Indicates the allowable value range
2.Graphical Interface Convention
Format
Description
< >
“< >” indicates the button name, such as “click <OK> button”.
[]
“[]” indicates windows name, menu name and datasheet, such as “pop up [open]
window”.
/
Multilevel menu is separated with “/”, for example: [system/exit] indicates the [exit]
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option under [system] menu list.
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After this is explanative and illustrative content.

The
→
simple
operation
procedure
is
linked
with“→”,
such
as
“OLT→essentiainformation→enable”, it means select OLT menu first, then the
essential information, and the click the enable button in essential information.
3.Content Introduction
Chapter
Content
Chapter 1 Product introduction
EPON product interview 、 features and introduction of network
management.
Chapter 2 Config the system
parameter
of
the
network Change the IP address, Alarm address and system information
management card
Chapter 3 EPON network
management software
Install, uninstall and enable the software
Chapter 4 EPON network
management software config
Network management software config, OLT config and ONU config.
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Catalogue
Chapter 1 Product Introduction......................................................................................................... 1
1.1 Product Interview.......................................................................................................................................... 1
1.2 Interface and Indicator Light........................................................................................................................1
1.3 Management Card Cable Connection....................................................................................................... 2
Chapter 2 Config the system parameter of the management card............................................. 3
2.1 Config Preparation........................................................................................................................................ 3
2.2 Login Network Management Card Config................................................................................................ 3
2.2.1 Telnet Login Network Management................................................................................................3
2.2.2 Login network management by Console interface...................................................................... 4
2.3 Config the System Parameter of Management Card..............................................................................4
2.3.1 Introduction of Configuration........................................................................................................... 4
2.3.2 Config examples................................................................................................................................ 7
Chapter 3 EPON Network Management Software........................................................................ 8
3.1 Installation...................................................................................................................................................... 8
3.1.1 Server.................................................................................................................................................. 8
3.1.2 Client....................................................................................................................................................8
3.2 Enable EPON network management software........................................................................................ 9
3.3 Close EPON Management Software......................................................................................................... 9
Chapter 4 EPON Network Management Software Config.......................................................... 11
4.1 Configuration Introduction..........................................................................................................................11
4.1.1 Login network management client................................................................................................ 11
4.1.2 Configuration Interface Introduction............................................................................................. 11
4.1.3 Change User Password..................................................................................................................12
4.2 Basic Configurations...................................................................................................................................13
4.2.1 Add device........................................................................................................................................ 13
4.2.2 Two ways to check.......................................................................................................................... 18
4.2.3 Update topology...............................................................................................................................20
4.2.4 Check the Device Rack.................................................................................................................. 21
4.2.5 Description of the Device Icon.......................................................................................................22
4.2.6 Alarm Management......................................................................................................................... 22
4.3 OLT Configuration Management.............................................................................................................. 22
4.3.1 OLT Basic Information Management............................................................................................22
4.3.2 OLT Config........................................................................................................................................ 28
4.3.3 OLT Uplink Port Config................................................................................................................... 29
4.3.4 OLT Bridge Parameter Config....................................................................................................... 29
4.3.5 OLT Senior Management Config.................................................................................................. 30
4.4 ONU Config..................................................................................................................................................30
4.4.1 ONU Link Management.................................................................................................................. 30
4.4.2 ONU Hardware Config....................................................................................................................32
4.4.3 ONU Config...................................................................................................................................... 35
4.4.4 ONU 802.1x Management............................................................................................................. 42
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Chapter 1 Product Introduction
1.1 Product Interview
iCoreView is a HIOSO independent R&D EPON Network Management System based on SNMP V2c
protocol, and it’s compatible with SNMP V1. iCoreView adopts powerful management capability; the staff
in control center can monitor, manage and maintain EPON system in different places. iCoreView made
the network stable.
iCoreView provides operative and administrable interface, the features are:

Support Performance Management, Malfunction Management, Alarm Management, Safety
Management, and real time monitoring.

Provide reliable safety strategy, support multilevel user rights

Adopt hierarchical architecture, easy to operate
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Support remote management and maintenance

Support several Trap management modes, support Trap Email distribution and Trap short
message notification, help the management staff know the condition of the device and the
network in time, ensure the stability of the network.

Perfect log management, record detailed log information during operation and maintenance,
ensure the safety of
management and operation

Up-to-date edition supports Chinese and English

iCoreView adopts C/S architecture, composed of server and client
1.2 Interface and Indicator Light
There is one RJ45 port and one Console port on the Network Management card, RJ45 port connects with
the PC network port, Console port connects with the PC Console port by serial line:
Table1-1 Indicator Light Status
Indicator Light
Status
Blink
Specification
The management card is normal
RUN
FANA
Off
The management card is not running.
On
The right power fan is normal
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Off
The right power fan stops
On
The left power fan is normal
Off
The left power fan stops
On
The right power supply is normal
Off
The right power supply is off
On
The left power supply is normal
Off
The left power supply is off
On
The full duplex is on
Off
The half duplex is on
On
The power supply of the chassis is normal
Off
The power supply of the chassis is not normal
On
RJ-45 port is under 10M mode
Off
RJ-45 port is under other modes
On
RJ-45 port is under 10/100M mode
Off
RJ-45 port is under other modes
FANB
PWRA
PWRB
FDX
PWR
10M
100M
1.3 Management Card Cable Connection
The EPON management card should be in the leftmost slot of the chassis (3U), the cable connection is
shown as Figure 1-1, and both two connections in Figure 1-1 are OK.
Figure 1-1 Cable Connection between PC and Management Card
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Chapter 2 Config the system parameter of the management card
2.1 Config Preparation
supposed the user has inserted the management card in the right place of the chassis, and has finished
the cable connection. Before the config, the user’s PC has to meet some basic config demand.
1.User PC

Operation system (Windows 2000/XP/Vista/Win7)

Install the management agent card
2.Establish correct network configuration

For local config, the IP address of the PC and EPON management card must be in the
same subnet; for remote config, the PC and EPON management card must be reachable
through router. The default IP address of EPON management card is: 192.168.0.88, Mask
is: 255.255.255.0

Connect the RJ45 ports of the PC and EPON management card by UTP cable or through
switch. After positive identification, power on the device.
2.2 Login Network Management Card Config
2.2.1 Telnet Login Network Management
Click “start/run” of the PC, see the dialog box, and input telnet 192.168.0.88 in “open”, shown as Figure
2-1
Figure 2-1 Telnet Login
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Click <OK>, see the Telnet login interface, shown as Figure 2-2, input the user name and the password
(for first login, input default username: root, password: admin)
Figure 2-2 Telnet Login Interface

EPON network management card allows only one user to login in the same time.

No operations would display on the screen when you input the password, just push enter key
after the input.

Push Ctrl+Backspace to delete; only Backspace wouldn’t work.
2.2.2 Login network management by Console interface
It supports config the network management card by HyperTerminal if the card IP address is unknown.
Connect the Console port of the PC with the Console port of the management card with RS232 serial line,
and then run the HyperTerminal (start-program-accessories-communication-HyperTerminal). Need to
input area code, phone number and other related information for the first login, and then click<OK> to
next step, input name in “Name” tag under [connection description], click “OK”, to [connect to…], click
“OK”, to [properties], click <restore to default>, then select 115200 in “bit per second”, click “OK”, then to
[hyperterminal], input enter.
2.3 Config the System Parameter of Management Card
2.3.1 Introduction of Configuration
After logining successful, bellowed page would appear:
Revision: software version.
Chassis: equipment type.
Input enter, popup Access login page, see as below:
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Access Password defaults to “admin”. Input password, input “enter”, to privileged mode, input “enable”,
password of privileged mode is “admin”. Page shown as below:
In privileged mode, the following commands often used:
configure terminal: enter configure terminal mode
reload: restart agent card
quit: exit command line
In privileged mode, input “configure terminal”, to configure terminal mode
Command line supports command complemented function (press “Tab” in keyboard to implement the
function) and Command prompt function (input “?”, it will show the command that can be input)
For example: if entered configure terminal mode, input command prompt “?”, page would shown as
below:
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In configure terminal mode, the following commands often used:
cliname: modify command line name
exit: exit current mode to previous mode
help: help and prompt
password: password needed when modifying Access and privileged mode
ping: check whether the connection is available from Host PC and agent card
quit: exit command line
show: check equipment operation status
system: system configure menu, making agent card configurationis through this menu.
Agent card configurations are mainly in “system” menu. Input “show system”, check equipment
operation information which is shown as below:
IP address: agent card IP address(IP address can not be set in 192.168.1.X network segment)
Gateway: agent card gateway
Netmask: agent card subnet mask
MAC: agent card MAC address
Hostname: agent card name, default name is “root”
Trap2sink: the address that agent card send to host PC, i.e. host PC address of installation network
management software
Trapsink: the address that alarm message agent card sends to host PC, same as Trap2sink
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Trapcommunity: Alarm community, default as “public”
2.3.2 Config examples
Example:
Config the agent card IP address: 192.168.10.10;
Gateway IP address: 192.168.10.1;
Subnet mask IP address: 255.255.255.0
Alarm address: 92.168.10.11;
Configuration method is as below:
Enter agent card through telnet, to configure terminal mode.
EPON(config)#
EPON(config)# system ip 192.168.10.10
//modify IP as 192.168.10.10
EPON(config)# system gateway 192.168.10.1
//modify gateway as 192.168.10.1
EPON(config)# system netmask 255.255.255.0
//modify subnet mask 255.255.255.0
EPON(config)# system trapsink 192.168.10.20
//modify alarm address as 192.168.10.20
EPON(config)# system trap2sink 192.168.10.20
//confirm alarm address as 192.168.10.20
EPON(config)# system trap enable
//enable alarm
EPON(config)#exit
//exit to enter privileged mode
EPON#reload
//restart agent card to apply this configuration
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Chapter 3 EPON Network Management Software
3.1 Installation
The EPON management software is a compressed file.
1. There is disk will be sent together with the EPON products. Please decompress the software. The
install path should be English, no Chinese. After decompression, there is below contents in the objective
directory:
MySQL5 is the folder for mysql database
Client is the folder for client end
Server is the folder for the server
Operating Instructions.txt is the introduction of installation
2. Install MYSQL database. It is convenient to install MYSQL, we supply an automatically installation
programme regmysqlservice.exe, after decompression, users can find this programme under the
directory of MYSQL5, users just need to run one time the MySQL5\regmysqlservice.exe, then the
MYSQL data base is installed successfully. Then EPON software is installed successfully.
3.1.1 Server
EPON management server supports to collect the information of the OLT racks, and centralized supplying
services to the user ends.
3.1.2 Client
Client end supports to manage the OLT cards and ONUs, detail functions as below:

User management: add, delete and modify users. Set different authorities to different users, so
to implement decentralized management to the users.

Agent management: add the agent information of the rack, so to browser the operating
information of the rack and the alarm information.
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Alarm query: set the agent card TrapLInk pointing to server IP address, all the login server
client can get the current alarm information, and check the history information.

Device management: manage OLT cards and ONUs

Alarm management: manage history alarm information and use current alarm information to
cut the network operating status.
3.2 Enable EPON network management software
EPON network software consists of server and client, before using the client; need to enable the server
firstly.
Enable the server: run server\RunServer.exe
Enable the client: run client\MainClient.exe, input password: admin, click OK
3.3 Close EPON Management Software
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Left click the icon
at the right Conner of the PC, choose “Stop Service”
, then
you will see the below interface:
Input password “admin”, click “OK”. Left click the icon
again, choose “ShutDown this Tool”, then the
software closed.
3.4 Uninstall EPON Management Software
1.
2.
3.
Close EPON client and server
Run MySQL5\DelMysqlServer.bat to uninstall the MYSQL database
Delete all the EPON management software files
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Chapter 4 EPON Network Management Software Config
Users can use EPON SNMP software to manage and maintenance the devices directly; install and
enable the device please refer to the Chapter 3.
Before config any items, please make sure the connection between the PC and the agent is correct, and
configure the agent IP address and alarm address (there is default IP existed) correctly through Telnet or
Console port. There is LED description refer to the connections (check table 1-1).
4.1 Configuration Introduction
4.1.1 Login network management client
Enable the software according to 3.2, see as Figure 4-1, there is prompt about input account and
password (there is default account name existed—administrator, password: admin.
network management interface.
Figure 4-1 Login Interface
4.1.2 Configuration Interface Introduction
First login; see as below Figure 4-2:
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Figure 4-2 First Login
4.1.3 Change User Password
Enter the configuration page, left click the main menu【System】-->【Change Password】 as Figure 4-3,
to change password.
Figure 4-3 change password
Administrator can add user groups or users, delete users, change user password and distribute resource,
details refer to the main menu【Help】
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4.2 Basic Configurations
4.2.1 Add device
After enter the Figure 4-2 interface, need to add a device node, follow as below:
In the topology browser, or choose a subnet in the topological view, right click the mouse, choose “Add
Device”, see as Figure 4-4. then popup the add device dialog box as Figure 4-5.
Figure 4-4 Add device
Figure 4-5
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This page includes the below properties:

Node Name: necessary. The name of the node, this name displays in the topological view.

Node Description: optional. Describe the node, not display in the topological view.

Subnet: necessary. The subnet the node located, default is present subnet.
Icon: necessary. The icon the node uses.
Click the HiOSO icon,
There are the manageable devices list supplied by HiOSO, then click the
related EPON device.
Here taken HA7000 as an example.
Click “Next”, enter next property editing page. As Figure 4-6.
Figure 4-6
This page includes below properties:

Device type: necessary. The types of the devices, just for display, can’t be revised.

IP Address: necessary. Device IP addresses, default IP is 192.168.0.88, and users can change
the IP and then do configurations.
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Device Name: optional. The device name, which used to recognize the controlled device, could
be the same name of symbolic name.

SNMP Basic: optional. SNMP management properties, includes: version, SNMP port, read and
write community, time out config and retry times, there is default value at initial. When choose
SNMP version V3, “SNMP V3 property” page is available, users can config V3 properties,
including user name, security class, authentication protocol, authentication password, private
agreement, and private password.
Some properties in this page (SNMP version, SNMP port, read community, write community), we
have config default value. User can revise it according to real environment. Users just fill the IP address
is enough to use.
After fill the properties, click “Next”, enter next property editing page, as Figure 4-7.
Figure 4-7
This page includes below properties:

Offline Detecting: if there is off link detecting to the devices.
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Monitoring Mode: adopt which operation, There are two options: “ICMP Ping” and “SNMP Ping”.

Polling Interval: the interval time the system polling operations to devices, there are several
optionas:“5 seconds”, “15 seconds”, “30 seconds”, “1 minute”, “5 minutes”, “15 minutes”, “30
minutes”, “1 hour”, “6 hour” , “12 hour”
Use default configuration is enough. If 30 minutes polling interval is too long, users can choose a
short time like 5 seconds, 15 seconds or 30 seconds,
the software can get the online and offline status
in time.
After configure, click “Next”, and enter another property editing page, as Figure 4-8.
Figure 4-8
This page includes below properties:

Purpose: necessary. Identify the device is access layer device or integrated layer device;

Integrator: optional. Device integrator.

Project: optional. The project where the device use

Station: optional. The station where the device use

Room: optional. The machine room where the device use
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Shelf: optional. Serial Number of the shelf.

Serial NO: optional. The device capitol serial number.
This page can use the default configuration, supporting user-defined.
After configuration, click “Next”, enter next property editing page.
Figure 4-9
Please don’t revise the property of this page, keep the default ones.
After configuration, click the “Finish” button to implement creating device node operation, if success,
there is prompt “operation is successful, Add another node now?” Choose “yes”, the guide automatically
switches to the first page; choose “No”, the dialog box closed.
Adding a device node
in the topological view, if the device properties filled correctly, and the
device is online, the management software will collect the device basic information, and producing
topological structure according to the device. The icon of the device will change from rectangle to round
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rectangle
in 10 seconds. Expand the left tree topological structure you can see the device
topological situation. If not changed, please check IP of PC and NMS card IP are in the same segment,
and if LEDs of NMS card are normal.
After adding devices completed, you can revise the device properties. Right click the device icon, and
choose 【Edit Properties】, as Figure 4-10.
Figure 4-10
The configuration property guidecomes up. This guide is the same with the former adding device guide.
Users can revise the properties according the real needs.
4.2.2 Two ways to check
1. Expand the left tree topological structure, as Figure 4-11.
Figure 4-11
There are two registered ONUs under an OLT, if there is no ONU connects to the OLT, you can’t see the
topological structure. If there is ONU connected, but no topological structure, check if the ONU register
successfully (ONU LLID keep lit when register successfully).
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【oe:ab:70:00:79:40】 is ONU MAC address, 【4/1/1】is ONU index, 【4】represents OLT is at the fourth
slot of the rack, the first【1】represents the first PON port of the OLT, the second【1】means the ONU
is the first ONU under this OLT.
2. Right click the icon
and choose【Open Subgraph】, check the device topological view
as Figure 4-12.
Figure 4-12
Users can revise the ONU properties (name and description information; After uses adding device, the
management software will automatically produce the device topological structure, there is a default name
and empty description information produces, users can edit it according to the real requirements.). Right
click the ONU icon and choose 【Edit ONU Properties】, as Figure 4-13, then users and edit the properties.
When revising the ONU name, we suggest reserving the index.
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Figure 4-13
4.2.3 Update topology
The way to update the topology is to perform resource synchronization operations. Resource
synchronization refer to: The status of the managed devices, cards, ports (these called resource) in the
software be synchronized with the real devices status. When receiving TRAP alarm host IP is set as the
server IP address (the way to set the EPON device receiving TRAP alarm host IP, refer to the chapter
2.2.2 example), the server can update the device real-time status according to the TRAP alarm
information from the devices. This reflection costs some time, manual operation supported to implement
this update operation.
Check the Figure 4-14, right click the devices need to configure synchronization
, and
choose 【Related Resource】-->【Synchronize】. The system performs this operation costs some time (the
need time depends on the network status and the devices, usually 3 to 8 seconds)
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Figure 4-14
4.2.4 Check the Device Rack
Double click
or right click
, and choose【Device View】 to check the
device rack status, as Figure 4-15.
Figure 4-15
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4.2.5 Description of the Device Icon
If there is no mark on the icon like
,
,
,
, it resents the devices work normal,
OLT and ONU are online.
If there is “!” such as
,
If there is red “×” such as
If there is white “×” such as
,
,
,
,
, it means there is alarm on this device.
,
, it means the device offline.
, it means ONU was refused to access.
4.2.6 Alarm Management
Telnet to the agent card, set the alarm IP address as the PC IP address (where the server is), configure
as the introduction in Chapter 2.2.
For every type of alarm event, iCoreView system marks them with a level to show it severity. View NNM
provides 5 levels in all, from the most serious to the least serious, they are:
Critical Alarm (Critical): The highest level alarm, which will interrupt the communication. Marked in
red:
.
Major Alarm (Major): Service continues while the performance declined considerably and affected the
operation. Marked in orange:
Minor Alarm (Minor):Alarm event occurs but do not affect the operation of the service. Marked in
yellow:
Warn Alarm (Warn):The service is operating in order. Only an ordinary problem occurred. Marked in
blue:
Unknown Alarm (Unknown): Alarm events that can not be recognized. Marked in light grey.
Details introduction please refer to the main menu【Help】
4.3 OLT Configuration Management
4.3.1 OLT Basic Information Management
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Right click the device icon
and choose【OLT Config】-->【Basic Manipulation Classic
Info】-->【Classic Info】,then popup the OLT SNMP config interface, as Figure 4-16.
Figure 4-16
Left EPON configuration page is a tree function list, below the list are the devices it support, right side is a
configuration panel to display the device information and the configuration options.
Example:
Check or revise the OLT【Bridge Parameter】
Choose 【OLT Config】-->【Bridge】-->【Bridge Parameter】, right side will display the parameter as Figure
4-15. If there is no information for【Bridge Parameter】, that means it didn’t point to the OLT in the left
device list. Click an OLT in the list as Figure 4-17.
Figure 4-17
Click the 【Bridge Parameter】 again, the right list will display the OLT bridge parameters, as Figure
4-18.To revise the bridge parameter, needs to click the row firstly, then click【Modify】, revise the
parameters in the popup dialog box, after revise, click apply. As Figure 4-19.
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Figure 4-18
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Figure 4-19
OLT basic function information description, as table 4-1.
Menu
Function Description
【class Info】
Check the rack information, includes rack temperature, power status, fan
speed
【Slot Info】
Check the slots information, support to implement restore and reboot
operations to the OLT in the slots.
【OLT Info】
Set the authentication mode to ONU
【OLT Version Info】
Check OLT software version, hardware version
【ONU Operation】
Check the ONU status under the OLT, implement add, delete and revise
operations to the ONU
Table 4-1
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【Slot Info】
This menu includes two functions:
Restore OLT to factory settings; when OLT can’t communicate to all the ONUs, try this operation;
Reboot OLT;
Note: After restore OLT to factory settings, need to reboot OLT, then operation effects.
【OLT Info】
Set the registration mode to ONU; The authentication mode includes: accession, MAC and sn, default
one is accession. There are three operations under the three modes: Undefined, Allow and Deny, these
can manage the ONU access.
Accession: under this mode, ONU can register normally and display in the topological view. Choose Deny
operation, ONU can’t communicates with OLT; choose Undefined or Allow, ONU can communicate with
OLT; default is Undefined, when new ONU access, it can communicate with OLT.
Mac: under this mode, ONU can register normally and display in the topological view. Choose Undefined
or Allow, ONU can’t communicate with OLT; default is Undefined, when new ONU access, it can ‘t
communicate with OLT.
Sn: this mode has no effect.
【ONU Operation】
Set ONU access mode, there are three modes: Undefined, Allow and Deny, as Figure 4-20. Users can
config according to real requirements.
Figure 4-20
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Users can configure ONU in the tree topology, as Figure 4-21.
Figure 4-21
Right click ONU, choose 【Deactive ONU】, the access mode changes to Deny, communication between
ONU and OLT break off. If choose【Active ONU】, ONU access mode changes to Allow, ONU
Communicate normally with OLT, as Figure 4-22
.
Figure 4-22
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4.3.2 OLT Config
Click OLT,(【OLT Config】-->【Network Configuration】), config menu as Figure 4-23, function description
as Table 4-2.
Figure 4-23
Menu
Function Description
【Network Params】
Revise the VLAN Ethernet type passing through OLT (suggest use the
default value 8100), add tags to uplink and downlink (suggest not config
this)
【Broadcast SLA】
Config the OLT SLA downlink broadcast bandwidth
【Bandwidth】
Config the maximum upstream and downstream bandwidth of OLT PON
【DownStream Statistics】
Check the OLT downstream statistics
【UpStream Statistics】
Check the OLT upstream statistics
Table 4-2
【Broadcast SLA】detail functions refer to table 4-3.
Menu
Function Description
【Maximum Bandwidth】
Maximum data transmission rate
【Minimum Bandwidth】
Minimum data transmission rate
Sensitive: distribute a fixed bandwidth to the link, let the link data queue empty
Tolerant: only when the link data queue is empty, the bandwidth allocated to the
【Mode】
link is virtual value (recommend this mode)
TDM: time division multiplexing, supports to set the size of round time slice
【Maximum Burst Size】
Maximum bandwidth reserved for burse flow
Table 4-3
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4.3.3 OLT Uplink Port Config
【OLT Config】-->【Port】-->【Uplink Port】, config as Figure 4-24.
Figure 4-24
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Port speed: set port speed

Duplex Mode: set port working mode to full duplex or half duplex

Flow Control: enable or close 802.1x flow control

Port Adaptive Management: choose port adaptive mode, default is enable

Discard Packets with Length Errors: such as small data packet

Port Management: close or open the port, close the port, this port not work
Note: to config Port speed or Duplex Mode, must Disabled Port Adaptive Management firstly.
4.3.4 OLT Bridge Parameter Config
【OLT Config】-->【Bridge】, config menu as below Figure 4-25。
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Figure 4-25
【Bridge Parameter】

AGE Limit: set OLT aging time, default is no configuration

Downstream Frame ResetAging: Reset aging to downstream frame, this configuration effects to
all the MAC table entries.

Simple Bridge: default is enabled

MAC Learning Overwrite: overwrite the entries in the MAC address table

Discard Unknown MAC Addresses: discard unknown MAC, not flood

Allow VLAN Tagged Frames on Simple Bridge: allow data frame with VLAN transmitting in
Simple Bridged link, default config is not enabled; to config VLAN, need to enable this function
first.
4.3.5 OLT Senior Management Config
【OLT Config】-->【Senior Management】, introduction as table 4-4.
Menu
Function Description
【Dynamic MAC】
Check the learned Dynamic MAC from OLT link
【Static MAC】
Config the Static MAC bond to OLT link
Table 4-4
4.4 ONU Config
HA7200 series ONU includes: HA7200 one port 100M ONU, HA7200G one port Gigabit ONU, HA7200D
two ports with 100M and 1000M ONU, HA7204 four 100M ports ONU, HA7208 eight 100M ports ONU,
and HA7201TW ONU with CATV port.
In the management system, there are two ports for HA7200G
ONU and HA7200 ONU. HA7200G port correspond to the port index 1, port 2 is not used;
HA7200 port
correspond to port index 2, port 1 is not used; HA7200D GE port correspond to port index 1, FE port
correspond to port index 2.
4.4.1 ONU Link Management
【ONU Config】-->【Link】, config the logical link between OLT and ONU, suggest not config. except
【Link Bandwidth】.
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Figure 4-26
【Link Bandwidth】confi., details as Figure 4-27
Figure 4-27
HA7200, HA7200G and HA200D each one has 2 links. HA7200 corresponding link is bigger Index link of
the 2 links, smaller Index link is unavail. HA7200G corresponding link is smaller Index link of the 2 links,
bigger Index link is unavail. HA7200D GE port corresponding link is smaller Index link, FE port
corresponding link is bigger Index link. HA7204 and HA7208 each has 1 link. As HA7200D has 2 usable
links, GE port bandwidth and FE bandwidth could be separately configured. Other type ONU link
bandwidth is total bandwidth of all ports. Please check the table 4-5.
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Menu
Function Description
【Maximum Bandwidth】
Maximum data transmission rate
【Minimum Bandwidth】
Minimum data transmission rate
Sensitive: distribute bandwidth to the link according to the actual bandwidth
needed under ONU users, make the bandwidth value between Max. and Min.
bandwidth. At this time, no need to set the same value of Max. bandwidth and
Min. bandwidth.
【Mode】
Tolerant: distribute a fixed bandwidth to the link, even if the users under ONU
don’t take full advantage of bandwidth that are distributed. At this time, Max.
and Min. bandwidth must be set as the same value.
TDM: time division multiplexing, supports to set the size of round time slice
【Maximum Burst Size】
Maximum bandwidth reserved for burse flow
Other Confi.
Keep same as the default
Figure 4-5
4.4.2 ONU Hardware Config
As Figure 4-28.
Figure 4-26
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Menu
Function Description
【Device Information】
Reset ONU to factory settings, reboot, set ONU access mode
【MAC Entries】
Check ONU port learning MAC address, and clear the learned MAC
address
【ONU Version Info】
Check ONU chipset, version
【Ethernet Info】
Revise the VLAN Ethernet type passing ONU (recommend to use the
default config 8100), add tag to upstream and downstream (not suggest
to config)
【Bridge Config】
Only HA7204 and HA7208 ONU support this function. Config THE local
exchange function and MAC limitation function to mutli-port ONU
【Port-settings】
Config the ONU ports
【PortLink-mode Bridge】
Port bridge config
【Port DownStream Bandwidth】
Port downstream bandwidth config
【Port DownStream Statistics】
Port downstream statistics
【Port UpStream Statistics】
Port upstream statistics
Table 4-5
【Bridge Config】 as Figure 4-29.
Figure 4-27

ONU Learn MAC Entries Limit: limit the MAC address number of devices connected to the ONU,
if not limit, config 0.
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
Flood Frame With Unknown MAC: choose YES, expand the unknown data frame broadcast of
destination MAC to all the ports; choose NO, discard the unknown data frame of destination
MAC.

Locale Switch: config local switch function of multi-port ONUs, choose Enable, each port is not
isolated; choose Disable, each port is isolated.

DownStream Burs: open or close downstream Burst function.
【Port-settings】as Figure 4-30.
Figure 4-30

Port speed: config port speed

Duplex Mode: set port working mode full duplex or half duplex

Flow Control: enable or close 802.1x flow control

Port Adaptive Management: default is enable

Discard Packets with Length Errors: such as small data packets

Port Management: close or open the port, when close, the port can’t work
Note: to config Port speed and Duplex Mode, must Disabled Port Adaptive Management.
【Port Link-mode Bridge】 as Figure 4-31.
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Figure 4-31

Auto Learn MAC Entries Limit: maximum 64, if not limit, config it to 0.

Age: config the MAC aging time, maximum 32768; minimum 0, means not aging.

Forwar Mode: port data packets forward mode, there is 802.1d Forwarding and MAC Access
Control two modes. 802.1d Forwarding actions includes: learn MAC, unicast the known MAC
data frame, flood unknown MAC frame; different with 802.1d Forwarding, under MAC Access
Control mode, only after ONU learned the source MAC of upstream data packet, it will forward
this data packet, this character also called Dropped Unit Learned.

Min Guaranteed MAC Learning Limit: config the minimum entries of MAC learning
4.4.3 ONU Config
【ONU Config】-->【Ethernet Service】 as Figure 4-32, function description as Table 4-7.
Figure 4-32
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Menu
Function Description
【Port VLAN】
Config ONU port VLAN
【RSTP Settings】
RSTP Setting
【RSTP State】
Check RSTP state
Table 4-7
【Port VLAN】
ONU VLAN function support three VLAN modes”:
Transparent, Tag and Translated mode, details as Table 4-8, 4-9, 4-10.
Direction
Ethernet packet with
Treatment way
or not with VID
Upstream
Downstream
With VLAN VID
No change to Ethernet packet, reserve the VLAN TAG, forward
No VLAN VID
No change to Ethernet packet, forward
With VLAN VID
No change to Ethernet packet, reserve the VLAN TAG, forward
No VLAN VID
No change to Ethernet packet, forward
Table 4-7 Treatment way to the data packet under Transparent mode
Direction
Ethernet packet with
Treatment way
or not with VID
Upstream
Downstream
With VLAN VID
Discard
No VLAN VID
Add the configed VLAN VID, forward
With VLAN VID
Forward to the corresponding port according to the VID
And divest the VID, if the VID is unequal to the configured ID,
discard the packet.
No VLAN VID
Discard
Table 4-8 Treatment way to the data packet under Tag mode
Direction
Ethernet packet with
Treatment way
or not with VID
Upstream
With VLAN VID
If the original VID is the same with forward VID (in tag), divest
this VID, add new tag (Translated Tag) and forward; if different,
discard
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Downstream
No VLAN VID
Add default VID (VLAN Tag) and forward
With VLAN VID
If the original VID is the same with forward VID (in tag), divest the
VID, add new tag (In Tag) and forward; if different, discard
No VLAN tag
Discard
Table 4-9 Treatment way to the data packet under Translated mode
Example: here need to add VLAN VID to the upstream data entering ONU port, and divest the
downstream corresponding VLAN VID, VID is 100.
Choose ONU Port Type as TAG, input 8100 in the TPID column (TPID is Ethernet type, common is 8100),
input the VID 100 in the VLAN Tag column, as Figure 4-33.
Figure 4-33
Example: upstream, transfer data packet with VLAN VID 20 to VID 30; downstream, transfer the data
packet with VLAN VID 30 to VID 20.
Choose ONU Port Type as Translated, input Choose ONU Port Type as TAG, input 8100 in the TPID
column (TPID is Ethernet type, common is 8100), transfer the VID 20 to VID 30, input arbitrary value in
the VLAN Tag column, then ONU will add this VID to the packet with VID, as Figure 4-32
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Figure 4--32
Note: VLAN mode can’t switch directly between TAG mode and Translated mode, must config VLAN
mode to Transparent mode and then config new mode; under same modes, to change VID, also need to
config VLAN mode to Transparent, then config new mode, reconfigure VID, or the config is not
successful.
To the ONU HA7200 and HA7200D 100M port (port index is 2), TAG mode is not available, and
Translated mode can be used to substitute TAG.
Example:
Here need to add VLAN ID to upstream data, and divest downstream corresponding VLAN VID, VID is
100. Choose Translated mode (it should choose TAG mode, tag mode is not available to index 2 port,
Translated mode can implement the same function) Configure as Table 4-35.
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Table 4-35
ONU will add VID 100 tag to the data packet without VID, and discard the data packet with VID.
【RSTP Settings】 as Figure 4-36
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Figure 4-36
ONU supports RSTP (Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol)function. It is simple to config
RSTP function.
Under default mode, choose Enable in the Mode options under config panel.
Config parameters in the RSTP config panel:

Priority: the size of the priority decides if this network bridge can be taken as root bridge; The
small one can be chosen as root, if all the priority adopts the same value in the whole switch
network, the bridge with smallest MAC can be chosen as root. Under RSTP mode, to config the
network bridge priority will cause the STP recount. Range is 0-65535, default 32768.

Mode: this options supports to enable, close or transparent RSTP function.

Maximum Age: config the aging time. If this value is too small, the spanning tree counts
frequently, this will covers much resource; if this value is too large, it will not find the link faults
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timely. According to the real network condition, we suggest to adopt the default value, range
6—40s, default is 20s.

Hello Time: internal time to send config information. If too small, the network bridge will send
the information frequently, cause high load to the network and CPU; too large, network bridge
will take link packet loss as link fault, cause the spanning tree recount. Suggest to use the
default value, rage 1—10s, default is 2s.

Forward Delay: the status forward mechanism spanning tree adopts. RSTP defines three port
statuses: Discarding, Learning and Forwarding. Forward Delay occurs under Discarding and
Learning status. If this value too small, it will lead to temporary redundant path; if too large,
network will can’t connect in long time. Suggest to use default value, range is 4—30s, default is
15s.

The three time parameters of root bridge Hello Time, Forward Delay and Max Age should apply
to the below formula:

2*(ForwardDelay – 1s) >= MaxAge >= 2*(HelloTime + 1s)
Or the network will vibrate frequently.

Port Priority: port priority is an important matter to choose root port. Under same condition,
small value will be the switch root port. If all the Ethernet port adopts same priority parameter,
the range of the priority depends on the port index. Change priority will lead to the spanning tree
recount, range is 0—255, default is 128.

Path Cost: related to link speed, the high the port link speed, the low to configure this parameter,
STP can count the current Ethernet port path overhead.
【RSTP State】
Enable RSTP, the whole spanning tree status can check in the【State】table, as Figure 4-37.
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Figure 4-37
4.4.4 ONU 802.1x Management
【ONU Config】-->【802.1x】, not available at present.
4.4.5 ONU IGMP
ONU support IGMP Snooping.
The menu“IGMP”includes two options:

Onu Mcast Strip

Multicast Status
A. The menu “Onu Mcast Strip” is to configure the multicast of ONU ports and the related VID
Unstrip/Strip operation. All the multicast from OLT to ONU has the VID, users need to add the VID to the
ONU port, and each port can choose VID according to the needs. After adding VID, ONU port can
receiver multicast strip, and then choose to Unstrip/Strip the VID of this multicast strip; eg, STB doesn’t
support the function of Strip VID, if you want ONU to receive the multicast strip, need to strip the VID for
the STB.
The menu “Onu Mcast Strip” includes two options: “Onu Mcast Strip” and “Multi VLAN”.
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Operating: choose menu “Onu Mcast Strip”, as below

OLT Index:
OLT Index is refer to the card type OLT in the rack, this can’t be changed. The 3U rack supports total
8pcsOLT cards (HA7100 or HA7102), The OLT index related to the position of the OLT in the rack, (from
left to right), it is 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8.

PON Index: HA7100 OLT card has one PON port, the PON Index is 1; HA7102 OLT card has two
PON ports, the PON Index is 1 and 2.

ONU Index: refer to ONU

Port Index: refer to ONU ports. HA7204 ONU has 4 10/100M ports, the index is related to 1,2,3,4;
HA7208 ONU has 8 10/100M ports, the index is related to 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8; HA7200G port index is 1;
HA7200 port index is 2; for HA7200D ONU, 10/100M port index is 2, GE port index is 1;

Multicast VLAN: as all the multicast strip from OLT to ONU has VLAN tag, need to configure the port
VLAN VID to be the same with the multicast strip VID, then the multicast strip can be transferred.


Option: operation refer to the multicast strip ONU received, includes: Unstrip” and “Strip”;
means keep VID and transfer, “Strip” means discard VID and transfer..
Note: “Multicast VLAN” relates to the “User VLAN” in OLT multicast transfer items.
Choose the port, right click the mouse, and choose “Modify”
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See as below:
Choose “Unstrip” or “Strip” according to the needs, click “Apply”.
Choose “Multi Vlan”, as below
Choose the port you want to configure, right click the mouse, choose “Modify”:
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Input the VLAN ID in the Multicast VLAN, range 2---494 is available.
B The menu “Multicast Status” is to descrip the multicast strip information ONU transfer

OLT Index:
OLT Index is refer to the card type OLT in the rack, this can’t be changed. The 3U rack supports total
8pcsOLT cards (HA7100 or HA7102), The OLT index related to the position of the OLT in the rack, (from
left to right),it is 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8.

Multicast Group Nums:
The number of the multicast groups transferred
“Multicast Group Information”: information of the transferred multicast groups, support to check the
multicast IP addrss.

OLT Index:

PON Index:

ONU Index
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
Port Index

Multicast Group Nums。

Multicast Group Information
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