ADC Campus-RS Remote User's Manual

ADC Campus-RS Remote User's Manual
HiGain
USER MANUAL
HiGain
L 4E
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H2TU-R-402 List 4E Remote Unit
Part Number: 150-2450-45
CLEI: VARH1UUC
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Revision History of This Manual
Revision
Release Date
Revisions Made
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June 16, 2000
Initial release
02
January 18, 2002
ADC branding
Copyright
January 18, 2002
© 2002 ADC DSL Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Using This Manual
USING THIS MANUAL
The following conventions are used in this manual:
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Monospace type indicates screen text.
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Keys you press are indicated by small icons such as Y or ENTER . Key combinations to be pressed
simultaneously are indicated with a plus sign as follows: CTRL + ESC .
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Items you select are in bold.
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Three types of messages, identified by icons, appear in text.
Notes contain information about special circumstances.
Cautions indicate the possibility of personal injury or equipment damage.
The Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) symbol indicates that a device or assembly is susceptible to
damage from electrostatic discharge.
For a list of abbreviations used in this document, refer to “Appendix E - Abbreviations” on page 37.
INSPECTING SHIPMENT
Upon receipt of the equipment:
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Unpack each container and inspect the contents for signs of damage. If the equipment has been damaged in
transit, immediately report the extent of damage to the transportation company and to ADC DSL Systems,
Inc. Order replacement equipment, if necessary.
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Check the packing list to ensure complete and accurate shipment of each listed item. If the shipment is short
or irregular, contact ADC DSL Systems, Inc. as described in “Appendix D - Product Support” on page 36. If
you must store the equipment for a prolonged period, store the equipment in its original container.
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Table of Contents
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Overview ____________________________________________________________________________ 1
Features.............................................................................................................................................. 1
Compatibility..................................................................................................................................... 2
Applications....................................................................................................................................... 2
Front Panel __________________________________________________________________________ 3
Installation ___________________________________________________________________________ 5
Verification........................................................................................................................................ 6
Verification without an Upstream Device .......................................................................... 6
Verification with an Upstream Device................................................................................ 6
Viewing System Screens ________________________________________________________________ 7
Connecting to a Maintenance Terminal ............................................................................................ 7
Logon Screen..................................................................................................................................... 7
Monitoring System Activity and Performance ____________________________________________ 10
Using the Monitor Screen to View System Activity ....................................................................... 10
Using the Performance Screens to View Performance Data ........................................................... 12
Performance History at the DS1 Interface ........................................................................ 12
Performance History at the HDSL2 Interface................................................................... 17
Using the Performance Screens to View Alarm Data ..................................................................... 19
Alarm History at the DS1 Interface .................................................................................. 19
Alarm History at the HDSL2 Interface ............................................................................. 21
Using the Event Log to Track System Events................................................................................. 22
Loopback Operation__________________________________________________________________ 24
Generic Loopback Commands.......................................................................................... 24
Special Loopback Commands........................................................................................... 26
Loopback Test Procedures .............................................................................................................. 26
GNLB Test Procedures ..................................................................................................... 26
A2LB Test Procedures ...................................................................................................... 28
A3LB and A4LB Test Procedures .................................................................................... 30
Appendix A - Specifications ____________________________________________________________ 31
Loop Attenuation............................................................................................................................. 32
H2TU-R-402 List 4E Card Connector ............................................................................................ 32
Craft Port ......................................................................................................................................... 33
Appendix B - Functional Operation _____________________________________________________ 34
Timing ............................................................................................................................................. 34
Appendix C - Compatibility____________________________________________________________ 35
Appendix D - Product Support _________________________________________________________ 36
Appendix E - Abbreviations____________________________________________________________ 37
Certification and Warranty _____________________________________________ Inside Back Cover
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List of Tables
LIST OF TABLES
1. Front-Panel Description.................................................................................................................................4
2.
Logon Screen Menus ....................................................................................................................................8
3. Navigational Keys for the HiGain HDSL2 Maintenance Terminal Screens.................................................9
4. Monitor Screen Descriptions .......................................................................................................................11
5. Error Acronyms Used on the DS1 Performance History Screens ...............................................................16
6. Error Acronyms Used on the HDSL2 Performance History Screens..........................................................19
7. H2TU-R DS1 Alarm Descriptions ..............................................................................................................20
8. H2TU-R HDSL2 Alarm Descriptions .........................................................................................................22
9. Event Log Messages....................................................................................................................................23
10. Summary of HiGain HDSL2 Loopback Codes and Activation Methods ...................................................25
11. Addressable Repeater Loopback Commands (A2LB) ................................................................................28
12. Addressable Repeater Loopback Commands (A3LB and A4LB)...............................................................30
13. HDSL2 Cable Attenuation Chart.................................................................................................................32
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List of Figures
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LIST OF FIGURES
1. H2TU-R-402 List 4E Front Panel................................................................................................................. 3
2. Installing the H2TU-R-402 List 4E .............................................................................................................. 5
3. Logon Screen ................................................................................................................................................ 8
4. Monitor Screen - Active Loopback with Alarms........................................................................................ 10
5. H2TU-R DS1 31-day Performance History................................................................................................ 12
6. H2TU-C DS1 31-day Performance History................................................................................................ 13
7. H2TU-R DS1 48-hour Performance History .............................................................................................. 13
8. H2TU-C DS1 48-hour Performance History .............................................................................................. 14
9. H2TU-R DS1 25-hour Performance History .............................................................................................. 14
10. H2TU-C DS1 25-hour Performance History .............................................................................................. 15
11. H2TU-R DS1 Current Statistics.................................................................................................................. 15
12. H2TU-R HDSL2 31-day Performance History .......................................................................................... 17
13. H2TU-R HDSL2 48-hour Performance History......................................................................................... 17
14. H2TU-R HDSL2 25-hour Performance History......................................................................................... 18
15. H2TU-R HDSL2 Current Statistics ............................................................................................................ 18
16. H2TU-R DS1 Alarm History Screen .......................................................................................................... 19
17. H2TU-C DS1 Alarm History Screen .......................................................................................................... 20
18. H2TU-R HDSL2 Alarm History Screen..................................................................................................... 21
19. H2TU-C HDSL2 Alarm History Screen..................................................................................................... 21
20. System Event Log ....................................................................................................................................... 22
21. Loopback Summary .................................................................................................................................... 24
22. Loopback Modes......................................................................................................................................... 27
23. H2TU-R-402 List 4E Card-Edge Connector .............................................................................................. 32
24. RS-232 Craft Port Pinouts .......................................................................................................................... 33
25. H2TU-R-402 List 4E Block Diagram......................................................................................................... 34
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Overview
OVERVIEW
The HiGain® HDSL2 product family from ADC® is the industry’s first practical implementation of High-bit-rate
Digital Subscriber Line 2 (HDSL2). ADC products are fully compliant with the HDSL2 standard. Providing
full-rate T1 access using just a single copper pair, HDSL2 is a cost-effective solution that offers an open
architecture. The open architecture inherent in HDSL2 guarantees interoperability, allowing simple and economic
accommodation of network growth. HiGain HDSL2 uses the industry’s first HDSL2 chipset (ANSI T1/E1.4
compliant) developed by ADC.
HiGain HDSL2 products provide 1.552 Mbps transmission on one unconditioned copper pair over the full Carrier
Service Area (CSA) range. The CSA includes loops up to 12,000 feet of 24 American Wire Gauge (AWG) wire
or 9,000 feet of 26 AWG wire, including bridged taps.
FEATURES
The H2TU-R-402 List 4E remote unit is the customer side of a T1 transmission system.
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HDSL2 transmission features
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Lightning and power cross-protection on HDSL2 interfaces
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Full-duplex HDSL2 transmission on one pair at 1.552 Mbps
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Ultra-low wander (Stratum 1 compliant)
Front-panel features
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HDSL and DS1 status LEDs
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Dual loopback control button
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DS1 access bridging jacks
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RS-232 craft port for connection to a maintenance terminal
HiGain HDSL2 maintenance screens for inventory, provisioning, and troubleshooting
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High-performance, non-volatile performance monitoring
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Non-volatile alarm histories
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Performance Report Messaging (PRM) support for Supplemental PRM (SPRM) and Network PRM
(NPRM)
System configuration options
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Selectable DS1 pre-equalizer
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Bipolar Violation Transparency (BPVT)
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Bit Error Rate (BER) alarm
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Remote provisioning
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Selectable loopback activation codes
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Digital Data Service (DDS) latching loopback
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Payload (PL) and HiGain (HG) loopback source identification
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Line or local power with sealing current option
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Metallic loopback self tests
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COMPATIBILITY
The H2TU-R-402 is designed to mount in any 400 or 200 mechanics shelf. For a list of compatible shelves see
“Appendix C - Compatibility” on page 35.
APPLICATIONS
HiGain HDSL2 systems provide a cost-effective, easy-to-deploy method for delivering T1 High Capacity Digital
Service (HCDS) over a single copper pair. HiGain HDSL2 systems support a multitude of network connections
and system models.
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The service is deployed over one unconditioned, non-loaded copper pair.
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Conventional, inline T1 repeaters are no longer required.
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Cable pair conditioning, pair separation, and bridged tap removal are not required.
In general, HiGain HDSL2 systems:
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Operate effectively in the same cable binder group with other HDSL2 lines, HDSL, T1, ADSL, SDSL, POTS,
DDS, and other transmission schemes.
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Can be used with customers requiring DS1 service on a temporary or permanent basis.
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Provide a means of quickly deploying service in advance of fiber-optic transmission systems.
DS1 is used throughout this document to refer to either the remote unit’s DS1 interface or the
line unit’s DSX-1 interface.
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Front Panel
FRONT PANEL
Figure 1 shows the H2TU-R-402 List 4E front panel. Table 1 on page 4 describes the front-panel components. For
pinout diagrams of the H2TU-R card-edge connector and craft port, refer to “Appendix A - Specifications” on
page 31.
HiGain
List number
L 4E
Alarm LED
H
D
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2
Loop LED
H
2
T
LOOP U
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ALM
ESF
DS1 framing LEDs
4
0
2
SF
Sealing current (SCURR) switch
(at rear of circuit board)
B8ZS
DS1 line code LEDs
AMI
LBK
Loopback pushbutton
D
S
1
Loopback LED
IN
DS1 bridging (BRG) jacks
BRG
OUT
RS-232
DCE
Craft port (RS-232)
CLEI/ECI bar code label
Extraction handle
Configuration number label
(inside handle)
Figure 1.
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Table 1. Front-Panel Description
Front-panel Feature
Function
List number
Identifies the list number of the H2TU-R-402.
Alarm (ALM) LED
Shows alarm states for remote and local Loss of Signal (LOS).
Steady red Indicates a Loss of Signal (LOS) condition at the T1 input of the H2TU-R-402.
Blinking Indicates an LOS condition at the T1 input of the H2TU-C line unit.
Loop LED
Displays HDSL2 Loop condition.
Steady green Indicates HDSL2 loop is in sync.
Blinking once Indicates the HDSL2 loop is trying to acquire sync.
per second
Blinking 4 times Indicates a margin alarm condition on the HDSL2 loop.
per second
Blinking 10 times Indicates a Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC) error on the HDSL2 loop.
per second
OFF Indicates no activity on the HDSL2 loop.
DS1 Framing LEDs (ESF and SF) Indicates framing patterns. If DS1 signals are not detected, the ESF and SF LEDs will not light.
ESF LED = Steady green Indicates Extended Super Frame (ESF). The LED blinks once per second when a frame error
occurs.
SF LED = Steady green Indicates Super Frame (SF). The LED blinks once per second when a frame error occurs.
OFF Indicates unframed or no signal.
DS1 Line Code LEDs (B8ZS and
AMI)
Indicates DS1 code options. If DS1 signals are not detected, the ESF, SF, B8ZS, and AMI LEDs
will not light.
B8ZS LED =Steady green Indicates that the DS1 line code option is set to Bipolar with 8-Zero Substitution (B8ZS). The LED
blinks once per second when a string of excessive zeros is detected.
AMI LED = Steady green Indicates that the user DS1 line code option is set to Alternate Mark Inversion (AMI). This LED
blinks once per second when a Bipolar Violation (BPV) is detected.
Loopback (LPBK) LED
Shows loopback states to and from the network and to and from the Customer Interface (CI).
Steady yellow Indicates Network Remote (NREM) loopback, SmartJack (SMJK) loopback, or Transmit Loss of
Signal (TLOS) loopback.
Blinking once Indicates Customer Local Loopback (CLOC) loopback state.
per second
Blinking 4 times per second Indicates the H2TU-R is in an Armed state.
Loopback pushbutton
Activates or deactivates a dual loopback (NREM and CLOC) at the H2TU-R when the button is
depressed for more than five (5) seconds.
Sealing current (SCURR) switch
Enables sealing current option when H2TU-R is locally powered.
DS1 bridging (BRG) jacks
Provides non-intrusive bridging jack access to (OUT) and from (IN) the HDSL2 span at the DS1
interface. Allows the DS1 payload to be monitored.
Craft port (RS-232)
Provides bidirectional communication between the unit and an external terminal to allow
configuration and performance monitoring through the maintenance terminal screens.
CLEI and ECI bar code label
Provides the human-readable Common Language Equipment Identifier (CLEI) code number and
the Equipment Catalog Item (ECI) bar code number.
Configuration number
The configuration number identifies the version of the product. New configuration numbers
usually accompany changes in the last two characters of the CLEI code.
The configuration number is found on a small label attached to the PC board. It can also be found
as the last two numbers (following the x) of the 13-character part number label affixed to the PC
board. For example: 150-1234-01-x01.
Extraction handle
Used to remove the H2TU-R-402 from its card slot.
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Installation
INSTALLATION
SCURR
SCURR SWITCH
H2TU-R-402
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LITA
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LO
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B8
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AM
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BR
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RS
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DC 2
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Figure 2.
Remote enclosure
Installing the H2TU-R-402 List 4E
Wear an antistatic wrist strap when installing the H2TU-R. Avoid touching components on the
circuit board.
1
Check the setting of the SCURR switch. The default setting is disabled (up position). If the H2TU-R is locally
powered, and your application requires sealing current, place the SCURR switch in the down position.
2
Align the H2TU-R with the enclosure slot guides and slide the unit in. Push the unit back until it touches the
backplane card-edge connector.
3
Place your thumbs on the front panel and push the H2TU-R into the card-edge connector.
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VERIFICATION
Verification without an Upstream Device
Verify that the H2TU-R powers up. The following should occur:
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The front-panel ALM LED is a steady red.
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The LOOP LED is flashing green.
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If receiving a DS1 signal, one of the DS1 framing LEDs (ESF or SF) and one of the DS1 line code LEDs
(B8ZS or AMI) is a steady green.
Verification with an Upstream Device
1
2
6
Verify that the H2TU-R powers up.
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The front-panel ALM LED is a steady red.
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The LOOP LED is flashing green.
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If receiving a DS1 signal, one of the DS1 framing LEDs (ESF or SF) and one of the DS1 line code LEDs
(B8ZS or AMI) is a steady green.
Verify that the H2TU-R attempts to communicate with an upstream device (LOOP LED is flashing green).
One of the following occurs:
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If an upstream device is successfully identified and the HDSL2 loop synchronizes, the LOOP LED lights
a steady green.
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If upstream devices are not successfully identified, the H2TU-R continues to attempt communication
(LOOP LED flashes green) until an upstream device is detected.
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Viewing System Screens
VIEWING SYSTEM SCREENS
The H2TU-R-402 supports both local and remote logon through a maintenance terminal (ASCII terminal or PC
running terminal emulation software) connected to its front-panel craft port.
From the maintenance terminal you can access menus and screens that are replications of those viewed at the H2TU-C. You
can view system settings and inventory, initiate loopbacks, and monitor performance. If the Remote Provisioning option is
enabled at the H2TU-C, you can configure the circuit.
Initial provisioning of the HiGain HDSL2 system is performed at the H2TU-C line unit. For more
information about the HiGain HDSL2 screens, provisioning, and troubleshooting, download the
appropriate H2TU-C line unit user manual from the ADC website at www.adc.com. To order a
hard copy, please contact your sales representative.
CONNECTING TO A MAINTENANCE TERMINAL
To connect to a maintenance terminal:
1
Connect a standard 9-pin serial cable to the RS-232 craft port (Figure 1 on page 3) on the H2TU-R-402 front
panel.
2
Connect the other end of the cable to the serial port on the maintenance terminal.
3
Start a terminal emulation program such as ProComm (emulating a VT100 terminal).
4
Configure the maintenance terminal to the following communication settings:
5
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9600 baud
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No parity
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8 data bits
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1 stop bit
•
Hardware flow control to OFF
If necessary, press
CTRL
+
R
to refresh the HiGain HDSL2 logon screen.
LOGON SCREEN
The maintenance terminal screens allow you to monitor, provision, and troubleshoot the HiGain HDSL2 system.
To select a menu from the HiGain HDSL2 logon screen (Figure 3 on page 8), do one of the following:
•
Press the first letter of the menu.
•
Use the
← →
arrow keys to select the menu, and then press
ENTER .
Table 2 on page 8 describes the Logon screen menus. Table 3 on page 9 summarizes the navigational keys. They
are also listed in the onscreen Help menu.
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Menu bar
Monitor
Performance
Event Log
Config
Inventory
Rlogon
Help
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HiGain Solitaire HDSL2
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Voice: 800.638.0031
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Fax : 714.832.9924
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ID: xxxx--xxxx--xxxx--xxxx
Circuit ID Number
04/15/00 12:30:01
Date and Time
H2TU-R
Logon Device
System: OK
System Status
Figure 3. Logon Screen
Table 2.
Logon Screen Menus
Press this key:
To access this menu:
Menu Functions
M
Monitor
Monitors loopbacks and alarms, and provides a graphical representation
of circuit activity, including ES, UAS, SES, and line code.
P
Performance
Provides performance and alarm histories for current, 25-hour, 48-hour,
or 31-day periods for either the DS1 or HDSL2 interface.
E
Event Log
Identifies the 100 most recent system events and reports the date and
time of occurrence.
C
Config
Provides standard configuration options, ADC options, date and time
setting, and a reset option (factory settings).
I
Inventory
Provides product information about the various devices that are in the
system and lists circuit and device identifications.
R
Rlogon / Rlogout
Remote logon can be performed from the H2TU-R or H2TU-C. The screen
displays “Rlogout” when the H2TU-R or H2TU-C is remotely logged on to
the other unit at the end of the circuit.
To logoff the remote unit, press R . “Rlogout” changes to “Rlogon”. The
unit is now locally logged on until R is pressed again to re-initiate the
remote logon.
H
Help
Provides a glossary of terms used in the HiGain HDSL2 maintenance
screens, a list of navigational keys, and ADC contact information.
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Table 3.
Viewing System Screens
Navigational Keys for the HiGain HDSL2 Maintenance Terminal Screens
Key (a)
Function
SPACEBAR
Cycle through selections.
ENTER
Activate the current setting or choice, or display a menu.
ESC
or
F11
(VT100)
Return to the parent menu.
↑
or
CTRL
+
E
Select the submenu or item above the current one, or return to the previous menu.
↓
or
CTRL
+
X
Select the submenu or item below the current one.
→
or
CTRL
+
D
Select the menu or item to the right of the current one.
←
or
CTRL
+
S
Select the menu or item to the left of the current one, or return to the previous menu.
CTRL
+
R
Refresh the screen.
(a) Legacy management units require use of control keys instead of arrow keys.
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MONITORING SYSTEM ACTIVITY AND
PERFORMANCE
The HiGain HDSL2 system provides the following maintenance screens for monitoring system activity and
assessing performance.
•
The Monitor screens provide a graphical representation of circuit activity and allow initiation of loopbacks.
•
The Performance screens provide current, 25-hour, 48-hour, and 31-day performance histories and a
continuous alarm history.
•
The Event Log provides a description of the 100 most recent events.
•
The Sectionalized Event Log screen displays events for all four legs of the H2TU-R DS1 interface.
USING THE MONITOR SCREEN TO VIEW SYSTEM ACTIVITY
1
Press
M
to view the system diagram.
Figure 4 shows an armed circuit with an active loopback and alarms. Terms used on the system diagram are
defined in the onscreen Help menu glossary. Abnormal situations are highlighted on the diagram. See Table 4
on page 11 for screen field descriptions.
DS1 Errors
Monitor
Armed mode
Performance
Margin
Event Log
Loop attenuation
Config
Inventory
Alarm type
Rlogon
HDSL2 Errors
Help
ESF
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B8ZS
|H2C|
|H2R|
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ARM
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M =18 |
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ES =3
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| SES=1
SES=3
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| UAS=0
UAS=0
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ES =1
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SES=1
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UAS=0
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B8ZS
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----------------------------------LOOPBACKS-----------------------------------Active Loopback: NLOC-PL
Press <Space> to select LB New Loopback: NLOC - Loopback H2TU-C towards Network
and <Enter> to activate
(LPDN,NLOC,CREM,NREM,CLOC)
ID: xxxx--xxxx--xxxx--xxxx
04/15/00 12:30:01
H2TU-R
System: Alarm
Line code and framing
Figure 4.
10
Active loopback
System status
Monitor Screen - Active Loopback with Alarms
SPACEBAR
to cycle though the loopback choices. Press
ENTER
2
To initiate a loopback, press the
choice.
3
When prompted with the message: Are you sure (Y/N)?, press Y to initiate the loopback or N to
cancel. For more information about loopbacks and troubleshooting, see “Loopback Operation” on page 24.
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Monitoring System Activity and Performance
To initiate a loopdown of all active loopbacks, press the SPACEBAR to select LPDN, then press ENTER or
N . When prompted with the message: Are you sure (Y/N)?, press Y to initiate the loopdown or N to
cancel.
Table 4.
Monitor Screen Descriptions
Field
Description
Active Loopback
An active loopback is indicated on the lower third of the Monitor screen. Available loopbacks are
indicated by gray text. See Table 10 on page 25 for a summary of the HiGain HDSL2 loopback
codes and activation methods.
Alarm type
Indicates type of alarm.
Armed mode
Indicates system is in an armed state for an intelligent repeater loopback command.
Code type
Type of DS1 line coding used (B8ZS or AMI).
DS1 ES Count
Errored Seconds—The sum of the Errored Seconds-Line (ES-L) and Errored Seconds-Path (ES-P)
counts detected on the DS1 input over a 24-hour period. Errors included are: DS1 Frame errors,
BPV, and ESF CRC errors.
DS1 SES Count
Severely Errored Seconds—The sum of the DS1 Severely Errored Seconds-Line (SES-L) and
Severely Errored Seconds-Path (SES-P) counts over the last 24 hours.
DS1 UAS Count
Unavailable Errored Seconds—The number of seconds during which the DS1 input signal was
absent over a 24-hour period.
Frame type
Type of DS1 framing used on the input stream (SF, ESF or UNFR).
HDSL2 ES Count
Errored Seconds—The number of 1-second intervals that contained at least one CRC or LOSW
error. This value is a running total of the last 24 Hours.
HDSL2 SES Count
Severely Errored Seconds—The number of 1-second intervals that contain at least 50 CRC errors
or one or more LOSW defects. (An LOSW defect occurs when at least three consecutive HDSL
frames contain one or more frame bit errors.) This value is a running total of the last 24 hours.
HDSL2 UAS Count
Unavailable Errored Seconds—The number of seconds the HDSL2 loop is unavailable. This occurs
after 10 contiguous HDSL SES and is retired after 10 contiguous non-SES seconds. This value is
a running total of the last 24 hours.
ID
Circuit identification (ID) number.
LA
Loop Attenuation—indicates the attenuation of the Overlapped Pulse Amplitude Modulation
Transmission with Interlocking Spectra (OPTIS) pulse from the distant end. The value is related to
the 196 kHz loss of the cable pair. The loop attenuation is a more direct indication of the loop
attenuation to the OPTIS signal than is the 196 kHz loss. The normal HiGain HDSL2 LA operation
range is from 0 to 40 dB.
LPF
Line Power Feed—indicates the HDSL2 line power is on.
M
Margin—the signal-to-noise ratio at all HDSL2 ports, relative to a 10-7 Bit Error Rate.
MAL
Margin Alarm—Indicates the margin on HDSL2 loop has dropped below the threshold (0 to 15dB)
as set by the operator.
PL (or HG)
PL displays when the loopback was initiated by a command embedded in the DS1 data path
payload (PL). HG displays when the loopback was initiated from a HiGain (HG) front panel or by a
HiGain maintenance terminal loopback command.
PRM
The sum of the Performance Report Messaging-Near End (PRM-NE) and Performance Report
Messaging-Far End (PRM-FE) counts.
System Status
The presence or absence of alarms (BER, MARG, LOS, AIS, AIS-CI, RAI, RAI-CI, LA) is indicated
on the lower right corner of all screens.
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USING THE PERFORMANCE SCREENS TO VIEW PERFORMANCE DATA
To access the Performance history screens:
P
1
Press
to select the Performance screen.
2
Press the SPACEBAR to select either interface (H2TU-C DS1, H2TU-R DS1, H2TU-C HDSL2, or H2TU-R
HDSL2), then press ENTER .
3
Press the SPACEBAR to select the type of statistics (Current, Alarm History, 25 Hour History, 48 Hour
History, or 31 Day History), then press ENTER .
Performance screens for the H2TU-C are shown only when they are different from the H2TU-R
screens.
Performance History at the DS1 Interface
Figure 5 is an example of a 31-Day History screen for the H2TU-R DS1 interface. The DS1 interface provides
31-day, 48-hour, 25-hour, and current statistics screens for the H2TU-R and the H2TU-C. Table 5 on page 16
describes the kinds of errors reported for these screens.
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H2TU-R DS-1 31 Day History (Page 1 of 3)
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------Date
ES-L SES-L UAS-L
CV-L PDVS-L
ES-P SES-P UAS-P PRM-NE PRM-FE
04/03
04/04
04/05
04/06
04/07
04/08
04/09
04/10
04/11
04/12
04/13
04/14
14
10
10
12
10
10
0
0
0
0
04/15
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
Press: (N)ext Page, (P)revious Page, C(l)ear History
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------Press <Space> to cycle through
Interface : H2TU-R DS-1
choices and <Enter> to view
Statistics : 31 Day History
ID: xxxx--xxxx--xxxx--xxxx
04/15/00 12:30:01
H2TU-R
System: OK___
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-----------------------------------------------------------------------------Date
ES-L SES-L UAS-L
CV-L PDVS-L
ES-P SES-P UAS-P
04/03
04/04
04/05
04/06
04/07
04/08
04/09
04/10
04/11
04/12
04/13
04/14
14
10
10
12
10
10
0
0
04/15
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
Press: (N)ext Page, (P)revious Page, C(l)ear History
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------Press <Space> to cycle through
Interface : H2TU-C DS-1
choices and <Enter> to view
Statistics : 31 Day History
ID: xxxx--xxxx--xxxx--xxxx
04/15/00 12:30:01
H2TU-R
System: OK___
Figure 6. H2TU-C DS1 31-day Performance History
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H2TU-R DS-1 48 Hour History (Page 1 of 4)
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------Time
ES-L SES-L UAS-L
CV-L PDVS-L
ES-P SES-P UAS-P PRM-NE PRM-FE
23:00
1:00
2:00
3:00
4:00
5:00
6:00
7:00
8:00
9:00
10:00
11:00
14
10
10
12
10
10
0
0
0
0
12:00
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
Press: (N)ext Page, (P)revious Page, C(l)ear History
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------Press <Space> to cycle through
Interface : H2TU-R DS-1
choices and <Enter> to view
Statistics : 48 Hour History
ID: xxxx--xxxx--xxxx--xxxx
04/15/00 12:30:01
H2TU-R
System: OK___
Figure 7.
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H2TU-C DS-1 48 Hour History (Page 1 of 4)
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------Time
ES-L SES-L UAS-L
CV-L PDVS-L
ES-P SES-P UAS-P
23:00
1:00
2:00
3:00
4:00
5:00
6:00
7:00
8:00
9:00
10:00
11:00
14
10
10
12
10
10
0
0
12:00
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
Press: (N)ext Page, (P)revious Page, C(l)ear History
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------Press <Space> to cycle through
Interface : H2TU-C DS-1
choices and <Enter> to view
Statistics : 48 Hour History
ID: xxxx--xxxx--xxxx--xxxx
04/15/00 12:30:01
H2TU-R
System: OK___
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H2TU-R DS-1 25 Hour History (Page 1 of 9)
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------Time
ES-L SES-L UAS-L
CV-L PDVS-L
ES-P SES-P UAS-P PRM-NE PRM-FE
9:30
9:45
10:00
10:15
10:30
10:45
11:00
11:15
11:30
11:45
12:00
12:15
14
10
10
12
10
10
0
0
0
0
12:30
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
Press: (N)ext Page, (P)revious Page, C(l)ear History
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------Press <Space> to cycle through
Interface : H2TU-R DS-1
choices and <Enter> to view
Statistics : 25 Hour History
ID: xxxx--xxxx--xxxx--xxxx
04/15/00 12:30:01
H2TU-R
System: OK___
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-----------------------------------------------------------------------------Time
ES-L SES-L UAS-L
CV-L PDVS-L
ES-P SES-P UAS-P
9:30
9:45
10:00
10:15
10:30
10:45
11:00
11:15
11:30
11:45
12:00
12:15
14
10
10
12
10
10
0
0
12:30
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
Press: (N)ext Page, (P)revious Page, C(l)ear History
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------Press <Space> to cycle through
Interface : H2TU-C DS-1
choices and <Enter> to view
Statistics : 25 Hour History
ID: xxxx--xxxx--xxxx--xxxx
04/15/00 12:30:01
H2TU-R
System: OK___
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H2TU-R DS-1 Current Statistics
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Day
1 Hour
15 Min
Start
00:00
12:00
12:30
ES-L
SES-L
UAS-L
CV-L
PDVS-L
ES-P
SES-P
UAS-P
PRM-NE
PRM-FE
B8ZSS
MSEC
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3482
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1801
1
Press: C(l)ear Current Statistics
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------Press <Space> to cycle through
Interface : H2TU-R DS-1
choices and <Enter> to view
Statistics : Current
ID: xxxx--xxxx--xxxx--xxxx
04/15/00 12:30:01
H2TU-R
System: OK___
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Error Acronym
Description
Error Acronym
Description
ES-L
Errored Seconds - Line
Seconds with BPV ≥ 1.
SES-P
Severely errored seconds - Path
Seconds with SES or CRC(ESF) ≥ 320 or
FE (d) (SF) ≥ 8 (FT + FS).
SES-L
Severely errored seconds - Line
Seconds with BPV plus EXZ ≥ 1544 or
LOS ≥ 1.
UAS-P
Unavailable seconds - Path
A second of unavailability based on SES-P
or AIS ≥ 1.
UAS-L
Unavailable seconds - Line
Seconds with LOS ≥ 1.
PRM-NE (a)
Performance Report Monitoring - Near End
The PRM from CPE indicates errors, and
the signal received from the network at the
remote is error-free.
CV-L
Code Violation - Line
Total BPV count.
PRM-FE (a)
Performance Report Monitoring - Far End
The PRM from the network indicates
errors, and the signal received from the
CPE is error-free.
PDVS-L
Pulse Density Violation Seconds - Line
Seconds with excessive zeroes
(AMI = 16 zeroes, B8ZS = 8 zeroes).
B8ZSS (b)
B8ZS Monitored Seconds
Seconds with B8ZS detection when AMI
option is active.
ES-P
Errored Seconds - Path
Seconds with SEF (c), CRC (ESF) or
FE (d)(SF) ≥ 1.
MSEC (b)
Monitored Seconds of the current
(15-minute/1-hour/1-day) screen.
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
16
Only appears on H2TU-R Performance History screens.
Appears on the DS1 Current Statistics screens.
Severely Errored Frame—Two or more frame bit errors occurring in a 0.75 ms interval for SF or a 3 ms interval for ESF.
FE is a frame bit error.
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Performance History at the HDSL2 Interface
Figure 12 is an example of a 31-Day History screen for the H2TU-R HDSL2 interface. The HDSL2 interface has
31-day, 48-hour, 25-hour, and current statistic screens for the H2TU-R and H2TU-C. Table 6 on page 19 describes
the kinds of errors reported for these screens.
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H2TU-R HDSL2 31 Day History (Page 1 of 3)
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------Date
ES
SES
UAS
CV
LOSWS
04/03
04/04
04/05
04/06
04/07
04/08
04/09
04/10
04/11
04/12
04/13
04/14
04/15
14
10
14
10
10
Press: (N)ext Page, (P)revious Page, C(l)ear History
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------Press <Space> to cycle through
Interface : H2TU-R HDSL2
choices and <Enter> to view
Statistics : 31 Day History
ID: xxxx--xxxx--xxxx--xxxx
04/15/00 12:30:01
H2TU-R
System: OK___
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H2TU-R HDSL2 48 Hour History (Page 1 of 4)
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------Time
ES
SES
UAS
CV
LOSWS
23:00
1:00
2:00
3:00
4:00
5:00
6:00
7:00
8:00
9:00
10:00
11:00
14
10
12
10
10
12:00
0
0
0
2
0
Press: (N)ext Page, (P)revious Page, C(l)ear History
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------Press <Space> to cycle through
Interface : H2TU-R HDSL2
choices and <Enter> to view
Statistics : 48 Hour History
ID: xxxx--xxxx--xxxx--xxxx
04/15/00 12:30:01
H2TU-R
System: OK___
Figure 13.
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H2TU-R HDSL2 48-hour Performance History
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H2TU-R HDSL2 25 Hour History (Page 1 of 9)
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------Time
ES
SES
UAS
CV
LOSWS
9:45
10:00
10:15
10:30
10:45
11:00
11:15
11:30
11:45
12:00
12:15
14
10
12
10
10
12:30
0
0
0
0
0
12:45
0
0
0
2
0
Press: (N)ext Page, (P)revious Page, C(l)ear History
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------Press <Space> to cycle through
Interface : H2TU-R HDSL2
choices and <Enter> to view
Statistics : 25 Hour History
ID: xxxx--xxxx--xxxx--xxxx
04/15/00 12:30:01
H2TU-R
System: OK___
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H2TU-R HDSL2 Current Statistics
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Day
1 Hour
15 Min
Start
00:00
12:00
12:30
ES
SES
UAS
CV
LOSWS
Hi
Cur
Low
0
0
0
0
3482
Margin(dB)
16
15
12
0
0
0
0
1801
0
0
0
0
1
LA (dB)
25
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Interface : H2TU-R HDSL2
choices and <Enter> to view
Statistics : Current
ID: xxxx--xxxx--xxxx--xxxx
04/15/00 12:30:01
H2TU-R
System: OK___
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Table 6.
Error Acronyms Used on the HDSL2 Performance History Screens
Error Acronym
Description
ES
Errored seconds
Seconds with HDSL2 CRC ≥1 or LOSW ≥1
Severely errored seconds
Seconds with HDSL2 CRC ≥50 or LOSW ≥1
Unavailable seconds
Based on 10 contiguous SES occurrences
Code Violation
Total count of HDSL2 CRC errors.
Loss of Sync Word Second
Seconds with LOSW ≥1
SES
UAS
CV
LOSWS
USING THE PERFORMANCE SCREENS TO VIEW ALARM DATA
To access the alarm history screens:
P
1
Press
to select the Performance menu.
2
Press the SPACEBAR to select an interface (H2TU-C DS1, H2TU-R DS1, H2TU-C HDSL2, or H2TU-R
HDSL2), then press ENTER .
3
Press the
4
Press
N
or
5
Press
L
to clear the selected alarm history screen.
SPACEBAR
P
until Alarm History is selected, then press
ENTER .
to page through the alarm history screens.
Alarm History at the DS1 Interface
Figure 16 below and Figure 17 on page 20 are examples of Alarm History screens for the H2TU-R DS1 interface
and the H2TU-C DS1 interface, respectively. Current alarms are shown in reverse video. The types of alarms
reported for the H2TU-R are described in Table 7 on page 20.
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-----------------------------------------------------------------------------Alarm
First
Last
Status
Count
RLOS
RAIS
RAI
TX RAI-CI
PRM-NE
PRM-FE
DBER
03/16/00 00:00
04/15/00
00:45
03/16/00 00:37
04/15/00 00:47
ALARM
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
12
0
0
0
0
0
7
Press: C(l)ear Alarm History
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------Press <Space> to cycle through
Interface : H2TU-R DS-1
choices and <Enter> to view
Statistics : Alarm History
ID: xxxx--xxxx--xxxx--xxxx
04/15/00 12:30:01
H2TU-R
System: Alarm
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H2TU-C DS-1 Alarm History
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------Alarm
First
Last
Status
Count
LLOS
LAIS
DBER
04/10/00 00:00
04/15/00 00:45
04/10/00 00:37
04/10/00 00:45
ALARM
OK
OK
12
0
7
Press: C(l)ear Alarm History
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------Press <Space> to cycle through
Interface : H2TU-C DS-1
choices and <Enter> to view
Statistics : Alarm History
ID: xxxx--xxxx--xxxx--xxxx
04/15/00 12:30:01
H2TU-C
System: Alarm
Figure 17.
Table 7.
H2TU-C DS1 Alarm History Screen
H2TU-R DS1 Alarm Descriptions
Screen Alarm
Front-Panel Alarm Description
RLOS
RLOS
Remote Loss of Signal— Loss of the H2TU-R DS1 input signal.
RAIS
RAIS
Remote Alarm Indication Signal—Indicates an AIS (all ones) pattern is being received at
the H2TU-R DS1 input port. By default AIS-CI (a) is sent towards the network.
RAI
RRAI
Remote RAI - Remote Alarm Indication at the H2TU-R—Indicates an RAI alarm (yellow)
from the CPE with errors from the line unit or network.
TX RAI-CI
TRCI
Transmit RAI-CI - Remote Alarm Indication at the H2TU-R—Upon reception of an RAI
(yellow alarm) from the CPE, the H2TU-R sends a RAI-CI towards the network if the
network signal received at the H2TU-R is clear. If the network signal is impaired (LOS, AIS
or LOF), then the RAI is passed on to the network unaltered. This is applicable to SF or
ESF framing. In an all SF environment, RACI must be enabled to convert SF RAI to SF
RAI-CI.
PRM-NE
PRMN
Performance Report Monitoring - Near End—The count of the PRM-NE register at the
H2TU-R exceeds the 10-6 BER threshold at 648 events since 12:00:00 AM.
PRM-FE
PRMF
Performance Report Monitoring - Far End—The count of the PRM-FE register at the
H2TU-R exceeds the 10-6 BER threshold at 648 events since 12:00:00 AM.
DBER
DBER
Bit Error Rate—The DS1 BER has exceeded the built-in 24-hour threshold limits of
approximately 10-6.
(a) AIS-CI is a modified AIS alarm pattern. Equipment not suited to detect AIS-CI still detects this signal as an AIS. AIS-CI is sent
toward the network indicating that an LOS (RLOS) or AIS (RAIS) has been received from the CPE.
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Alarm History at the HDSL2 Interface
Figure 18 and Figure 19 are examples of Alarm History screens for the H2TU-R HDSL2 interface and the
H2TU-C HDSL2 interface, respectively. Current alarms are shown in reverse video. The types of alarms reported
for the H2TU-R are described in Table 8 on page 22.
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-----------------------------------------------------------------------------Alarm
First
Last
Status
Count
LOSW
MAL
LA
HBER
03/16/00 00:00
04/15/00 00:45
03/16/00 00:37
04/15/00 00:45
ALARM
OK
OK
OK
12
0
0
7
Press: C(l)ear Alarm History
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------Press <Space> to cycle through
Interface : H2TU-R HDSL2
choices and <Enter> to view
Statistics : Alarm History
ID: xxxx--xxxx--xxxx--xxxx
04/15/00 12:30:01
H2TU-R
System: Alarm
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H2TU-C HDSL2 Alarm History
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------Alarm
First
Last
Status
Count
LOSW
MAL
LA
HBER
SHORT
GND
OPEN
04/10/00 00:00
04/15/00 00:45
04/10/00 00:37
04/10/00 00:45
ALARM
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
12
0
0
7
0
0
0
Press: C(l)ear Alarm History
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------Press <Space> to cycle through
Interface : H2TU-C HDSL2
choices and <Enter> to view
Statistics : Alarm History
ID: xxxx--xxxx--xxxx--xxxx
04/15/00 12:30:01
H2TU-C
System: Alarm
Figure 19.
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H2TU-R HDSL2 Alarm Descriptions
Screen Alarm
Front-Panel Alarm Description
LOSW
LOSW
Loss of Sync Word—The HDSL2 loop has lost synchronization.
MAL
MAL
Margin—The margin on the HDSL2 loop has dropped below the minimum threshold
value set for the system.
LA
LA
Loop Attenuation—The attenuation on the HDSL2 loop has exceeded the maximum value
set for the HDSL2 loop attenuation threshold.
HBER
HBER
Block Error Rate—The HDSL2 BER has exceeded the set threshold limits of 10-6 or 10- 7.
USING THE EVENT LOG TO TRACK SYSTEM EVENTS
To view a running log of system events, press E to select the Event Log. The Event Log displays the date and
time of the 100 most recent events (most recent displayed first) and provides a description of each event. See
Table 9 on page 23 for a complete list of event log messages.
•
Press
N
or
•
Press
T
to return to the top of the log.
•
Press
L
to clear the event log.
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System Event Log (Page 1 of 7)
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------#
Location
Date and Time
Entry
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
System
System
System
System
System
System
H2TU-C
H2TU-C
H2TU-R
H2TU-R
System
H2TU-C
H2TU-C
- Empty - Empty -
04/10/00
04/10/00
04/10/00
04/10/00
04/10/00
04/10/00
04/03/00
04/03/00
04/03/00
04/03/00
04/03/00
04/03/00
04/03/00
12:25:00
12:25:00
12:25:00
12:25:00
00:13:32
00:13:27
00:13:27
00:11:16
00:10:43
00:10:30
00:04:11
00:00:40
00:00:02
DS1 Alarm Register reset
HDSL2 Alarm Register Reset
DS1 Performance Register Reset
HDSL2 Performance Register Reset
Time set 12:25:00
Date set 10/21/99
NLOC: Loop-down
NLOC: Loop-up
DS1 LOS Alarm: End
DS1 LOS Alarm: Begin
DS1C: AUTO to AMI
HDSL2 LOSW Alarm: End
HDSL2 LOSW Alarm: Begin
Press: (N)ext Page, (P)revious Page, (T)op of Log, C(l)ear Log
ID: xxxx--xxxx--xxxx--xxxx
04/15/00 12:30:01
H2TU-R
System: OK___
Figure 20.
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Table 9.
Event Log Messages
Event Log Messages
DS1 Alarm History reset
DS1 PM register reset
HDSL2 Alarm History reset
HDSL2 PM register reset
Loop Down (any segment)
Loop Up (any segment)
Provisioning option change: <provisioning mnemonic>: changed from <old> to <new>
CPE DBER alarm (1-day threshold crossed of any PM data except PRM-NE or PRM-FE)
CPE DS1 AIS begins/ends
CPE DS1 LOS begins/ends
CPE PRM-NE BER alarm (at the remote only: 1-day threshold crossed of PRM-NE: trouble on CPE receive)
Current statistics reset
Event Log reset
H2TU-C Power up/down
H2TU-R Power up/down
HDSL2 DC pair open begins/ends on any segment
HDSL2 Ground fault begins/ends on any segment
HDSL2 HBER alarm (threshold crossed) on any segment.
HDSL2 loop attenuation (threshold crossed) on any HDSL2 I/F
HDSL2 margin alarm (threshold crossed) on any HDSL2 I/F
HDSL2 unavailability begins/ends on any segment
Master zero reset
NTWK DBER alarm (1-day threshold crossed of any PM data)
NTWK DS1 LOS begins/ends
NTWK PRM-FE BER alarm (at the remote only: 1-day threshold crossed of PRM-FE: trouble on NTWK far end)
NTWN DS1 AIS begins/ends
Power Feed Open begins/ends
Power Feed Short begins/ends
RAI begins/ends
TX RAI-CI begins/ends (RAI-CI sent from the remote towards the network)
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LOOPBACK OPERATION
HiGain HDSL2 has a family of loopback options for analyzing circuit functionality. The loopback signal is
transmitted and returned to the sending device for comparison. This allows you to verify the integrity of the
HDSL2 channels to the H2TU-C, the H2TU-C DSX-1 interface, and the DS1 channels to the customer. Loopback
options include:
•
Generic Loopback (GNLB) options, including the SmartJack (SMJK) option (see Table 10 on page 25)
•
Special Loopback (SPLB) options (see “Special Loopback Commands” on page 26) and the following
command tables:
–
Addressable Repeater Loopback command: A2LB (see Table 11 on page 28)
–
Addressable Repeater Loopback commands: A3LB, A4LB (see Table 12 on page 30)
Loopbacks can be initiated by:
•
Selecting the loopback type using the MODE and SEL buttons on the H2TU-C front panel
•
Selecting the NREM-CLOC dual loopback using the LBK button on the H2TU-R front panel
•
Selecting the loopback type from the Monitor screen when connected to the H2TU-C or H2TU-R craft port
•
Entering the loopback code into the test set connected to the craft port of the H2TU-C or H2TU-R
The H2TU-R-402 List 4E performs a metallic loopback self test when looping up an NREM or
SMJK loopback.
HiGain HDSL2 supports multiple loopbacks, but a single loopback is the preferred method.
Generic Loopback Commands
The HiGain HDSL2 Generic Loopback (GNLB) commands allow you to use inband codes to loop up either
NLOC (4-in-7) or NREM (3-in-7) towards the network. In addition, these inband codes loop up CREM (6-in-7)
or CLOC (5-in-7) towards the customer. Either loopup condition can be terminated (looped down) with the 3-in-5,
SMJK loopdown code. All inband codes must be present for at least 5 seconds before the HiGain HDSL2 system
responds. TLOS is a logic loopback caused by loss of the DS1 input from the CI.
Figure 21 summarizes the available loopbacks in the system, and Table 10 on page 25 summarizes the HiGain
HDSL2 generic loopback commands. See “GNLB Test Procedures” on page 26 for the test procedures that apply
when using the GNLB mode.
Activate loopback using
one of the following:
• MODE/SEL pushbuttons
• Maintenance Terminal
• Test Set
NLOC
CREM
NREM
SMJK
TLOS
H2TU-C
H2TU-R
Customer
Premises
Network
Figure 21.
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CLOC
Activate loopback using
one of the following:
• LBK pushbutton
• Maintenance Terminal
• Test Set
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Table 10.
Summary of HiGain HDSL2 Loopback Codes and Activation Methods
Method of Activation
Test Set
Craft Port
H2TU-C
MODE/SEL
X
X
X
X
X
X
DS1 signal from the customer is looped back to the
customer at the H2TU-R.
X
X
X
DS1 signal from the customer is looped back to the
customer at the H2TU-C.
X
X
X
Dual loopback at H2TU-C. DSX-1 signal is looped back to
the network at the H2TU-C and DS1 signal from the
customer is looped back to the customer at the H2TU-C.
X
X
Dual loopback at H2TU-R. DSX-1 signal is looped back to
the network at the H2TU-R and DS1 signal from the
customer is looped back to the customer at the H2TU-R.
X
X (a)
Loopback
Code
Description
NLOC
1111000
4-in-7
DSX-1 signal is looped back to the network at the H2TU-C.
NREM
1110000
3-in-7
DSX-1 signal is looped back to the network at the H2TU-R.
CLOC
1111100
5-in-7
CREM
1111110
6-in-7
COLB
RULB
SMJK LpUp
(PL)
11000
2-in-5
SmartJack Loopup or NID payload (PL) code. Invokes
H2TU-R loopback towards network.
X
SMJK LpUp
(ESF-DL)
1111-11110100-1000
SmartJack Loopup or NID (ESF-DL) code. Invokes
H2TU-R loopback towards network.
X
SMJK LpDn
(PL)
11100
3-in-5
SmartJack Loopdown or NID payload (PL) code. Removes
SMJK, NLOC, NREM, CLOC, CREM, CRGx, and NRGx.
X
SMJK LpDn
(ESF-DL)
1111-11110010-0100
SmartJack Loopdown or NID (ESF-DL) code. Removes
SMJK, NLOC, NREM, CLOC, CREM, CRGx, and NRGx.
X
(a) The RULB dual loopback (same as NREM-CLOC) can be activated by pressing the LBK button on the H2TU-R front panel.
HiGain HDSL2 systems feature the SmartJack (SMJK) option which can emulate a Network
Interface Device (NID) for the purpose of loopback testing of the HiGain HDSL2 circuit. SMJK
and NREM loopbacks perform the same functions, but their initiation differs. SMJK indicates
that the loopback was initiated by the 2-in-5 inband command. NREM, on the other hand, is
initiated by the 3-in-7 inband command, by the H2TU-R front panel LBK button, by a command
issued from the maintenance terminal, or by the H2TU-C front panel MODE and SEL buttons.
Use the inband commands to enable or disable the SMJK loopback options. The HiGain HDSL2
system setting is normally enabled to recognize all inband SMJK loopback commands.
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Special Loopback Commands
In addition to the GNLB loopback command mode, a HiGain HDSL2 system can be configured for one of three
special loopback command modes. These command modes, A2LB, A3LB, and A4LB, are selected from the ADC
Options maintenance terminal screen or by using the MODE and SEL buttons on the H2TU-C front panel. Once
a loopback mode is activated, other loopback commands can be sent by a test set connected to the craft port on
the H2TU-C or H2TU-R front panel.
A2LB through A4LB are special, addressable, repeater loopback modes that are supported by the H2TU-R-402
(see Table 11 on page 28 and Table 12 on page 30 for list of Addressable Repeater Loopback Commands). These
loopback modes provide the HiGain HDSL2 system with sophisticated maintenance and troubleshooting tools.
A2LB is patterned after the Teltrend addressable T1 repeater loopbacks. A3LB and A4LB are patterned after the
Wescom addressable T1 repeater loopbacks.
These addressable repeater loopback modes have been enhanced to handle the specific requirements of the
following HiGain HDSL2 customers:
•
A2LB (Teltrend) = Southwestern Bell
•
A3LB (Wescom) = New England Telephone, Bell Atlantic
•
A4LB (Wescom Mod 1) = New York Telephone
A2LB can be configured to do one of the following:
•
Block the arming code (after 2 seconds) from exiting the H2TU-C into the network, and replace it with the
AIS code.
•
Unblock the AIS code by executing the Far End Activate code.
A3LB differs from A4LB in that A3LB supports the additional (1-in-6) SMJK loopback command.
SMJK loopback commands are only activated by inband commands.
LOOPBACK TEST PROCEDURES
The following sections provide step-by-step test procedures for verifying the integrity of the HDSL2 channels at
every module location as well as the DS1 channels to the customer and the local DSX-1 interface.
GNLB Test Procedures
Figure 22 on page 27 is a graphical representation of the various loopback configurations with the associated
GNLB commands shown. Also, refer to Table 10 on page 25 for a description of these commands.
To perform the GNLB loopback test procedure:
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1
Have the CO tester send the NREM (3-in-7) inband loopup code for 5 seconds. The LBK LED on the front
panel should be a steady yellow, and the loopback mode should be identified on the Monitor screen.
2
Have the CO tester transmit a DS1 test signal towards the H2TU-R-402 and verify that the returned (looped)
signal to the test set is error-free.
3
If step 2 fails, have the CO tester transmit the 3-in-5 inband loopdown code.
4
Have the CO tester send the NLOC (4-in-7) inband loopup for 5 seconds. You should be able to observe the
NLOC message on the Monitor screen.
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Repeat Step 2. If the test passes, the problem is in the downstream direction. If it fails, the problem is in the
upstream direction.
Figure 22.
H2TU-R-402
Loopback Modes
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A2LB Test Procedures
Using the codes listed in Table 11, a network tester can activate NLOC, NRG or NREM loopbacks (or SMJK, if
enabled). A tester at the customer premises can activate CLOC, CRG, or CREM loopbacks.
Table 11. Addressable Repeater Loopback Commands (A2LB)
Name
Description
Binary Code (a) (Hexadecimal Equivalent)
ARMING or NI LPBK (inband)
Arming code
11000-11000 ...
ARMING or NI LPBK (ESF Datalink)
Arming code
1111-1111-0100-1000 (FF48)
IR LPDN or DISARM (inband)
Disarming code
11100-11100 ...
IR LPDN or DISARM (ESF Datalink)
Disarming code
1111-1111-0010-0100 (FF24)
IOR LPBK (NLOC and CREM)
230-232 bit errors
229-231 bit errors (b)
H2TU-C loopup
1101-0011-1101-0011 (D3D3)
IR LPDN
Loopdown (H2TU-C, H2RU, or
H2TU-R)
1001-0011-1001-0011 (9393)
IR QUERY LPBK
Query loopback
1101-0101-1101-0101 (D5D5)
IR ALTERNATE QUERY LPBK
Alternate query loopback
1101-0101-1110-1010 (D5EA)
TIME-OUT OVERRIDE
Loopback time-out override
1101-0101-1101-0110 (D5D6)
Unblock AIS
1100-0101-0101-0100 (C554)
Removes HDSL2 line power
0110-0111-0110-0111 (6767)
FAR END NI ACTIVATE
IOR POWER DOWN (H2TU-C)
(c)
(a) The leftmost bit arrives first in all sequences. The detection algorithm functions reliably with a random 10-3 BER on the facility.
The entire arming and loopback sequence can also be initiated at the remote H2TU-R location.
(b) The H2TU-R identifies CREM (and the H2TU-C identifies NLOC) with 231 bit errors, including the frame bits. When framed
data is being sent in the Auto framing mode, the number of the 231 bit errors detected by the test set varies from 229 to 231,
depending on whether or not the test set counts frame errors as bit errors and on the number of frame bits contained in the
block of 231 error bits. The H2TU-R and H2TU-C generate this bit pattern in a series of discontinuous bursts containing 20-bit
errors each, including frame bits. Those test sets that do not count frame error bits as data bit errors will indicate fewer bits
than the H2TU-R and H2TU-C transmit for a CI and NI loopback.
(c) The IOR Power Down code must remain present for the duration of the powerdown mode. When this code is removed, the
HiGain HDSL2 system returns to its normal unlooped and unarmed state.
To perform the A2LB test procedures:
1
Send the inband Arming and NI LPBK code 11000 to the H2TU-R-402 for at least 5 seconds.
2
Monitor the output of the H2TU-R-402 for the return of the pattern. Return of the pattern indicates one of the
following:
3
•
The H2TU-R has looped up (if the SMJK Loopback option is enabled)
•
An external NID has looped up (if the SMJK Loopback option is disabled), and the H2TU-C and
H2TU-R have been armed.
Verify, if possible, that the H2TU-R LBK LED is either flashing yellow at 4-second intervals (indicating that
the system is armed), or is a steady yellow (indicating that it is both armed and in SMJK loopback). The
H2TU-C Status LED also flashes yellow when the system is armed.
If the Arming code is not returned after 5 seconds, the system may be armed but there is no
active loopback.
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Once armed, the H2TU-R-402 can be looped back by sending Intelligent Office Repeater (IOR) LPBK
activation code 1101-0011-1101-0011 (D3D3) for at least 5 seconds. You should observe the following
activation response pattern:
a
2 seconds of AIS (all ones pattern)
b
2 seconds of returning data pattern
c
Logic errors (including the frame bit) occurring in the returned pattern comprising:
d
–
231 errors, if IOR LPBK (H2TU-R-402) was sent
–
20 errors, if ILR-2 (H2TU-R) was sent
Normal looped data
This error pattern repeats every 20 seconds as long as the IOR loopback pattern is being sent. This also applies
to ILR, Time-out Override, and Query commands.
The H2TU-C is now in logic loopback if the IOR NLOC loopback command was sent. The Time-out
Override command or a Loopdown command can override the selection made for the loopback time-out. If
the Time-out Override code 1101-0101-1101-0110 (D5D6) is received after activating a loopback, then the
automatic timed expiration of the loopback is inhibited. If this Time-out Override is sent, then the only way
to loop the H2TU-R-402 down is to do one of the following:
•
Issue the IR loopdown (LPDN) code 1001-0011-1001-0011 (9393)
•
Issue the NI LPDN and Disarm inband code 11100 or the ESF-DL code (FF24).
The Time-out Override function is only valid for the current active loopback. The automatic
time-out timer is restored during subsequent loopback sessions.
5
Once the test is complete, do one of the following:
•
If the system is to loop down but remain Armed, send the IR LPDN code.
•
If all the equipment is to be looped down, disarmed, and returned to normal operation, send the disarm
inband code 11100 or the ESF-DL code (FF24).
The Armed mode has an automatic time-out of 120 minutes, but this timer is reset to 120 for any
of the following events:
•
Loopback terminates (manually or time-out)
•
Query
•
Alternate query
•
Far End activate
•
Another ARM command
This timer is inhibited while any of the valid command codes are being sent. Once the codes
are removed, the timer restarts at 120.
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A3LB and A4LB Test Procedures
The H2TU-C can be looped back by sending the Addressable Office Repeater (AOR) LPBK activation code
1111-1111-0001-1110 (FF1E) for at least 5 seconds. This causes the H2TU-R-402 to enter the NLOC state. The
H2TU-C Loopback Time-out (LBTO) setting determines the duration of this loopback unless it is overridden by
the reception of a second identical 16-bit loopup command before the timer expires. When this time-out override
state exists, the only way to loop the H2TU-R-402 down is to issue one of the three loopdown commands listed
in Table 12. The automatic time-out mode is restored during subsequent loopback sessions.
Table 12 summarizes the codes required to execute Addressable 3 (A3LB) and Addressable 4 (A4LB) repeater
loopback commands. All code sequences must be present for at least 5 seconds.
Table 12.
Addressable Repeater Loopback Commands (A3LB and A4LB)
Name
Description
Binary Code (a) (Hexadecimal Equivalent)
NLOC
H2TU-R-402 loopup from NI
1111-1111-0001-1110 (FF1E)
CREM
H2TU-R-402 loopup from CI
0011-1111-0001-1110 (3F1E)
NREM
H2TU-R loopup from NI
1111-1111-0000-0010 (FF02)
CLOC
H2TU-R loopup from CI
0011-1111-0000-0010 (3F02)
SMJK
H2TU-R loopup from NI
11000-11000-11000 ...
(b)
SMJK
H2TU-R loopup from NI
100000 100000 100000 ...
SMJK
H2TU-R loopup from NI (ESF-DL)
1111-1111-0100-1000 (FF48)
Loopdown
H2TU-C and H2TU-R loopdown from NI OR CI
11100-11100-11100 ...
Loopdown
H2TU-C and H2TU-R loopdown from NI OR CI
100-100-100 ...
Loopdown
H2TU-C and H2TU-R loopdown from NI OR CI (ESF-DL)
1111-1111-0010-0100 (FF24)
(a) The leftmost bit arrives first in all sequences. The detection algorithm functions reliably with a random 10-3 Bit Error Ratio (BER)
on the facility. The entire arming and loopback sequence can also be initiated at the remote H2TU-R location.
(b) Not supported by A4LB.
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APPENDIX A - SPECIFICATIONS
Power
HDSL2 Span Voltage
-180 Vdc
Line or Local Power Consumption
5W
Electrical Protection
Secondary surge and power cross-protection on all DS1 and HDSL2 ports.
Environmental
Operating Temperature
-40 °F to +149 °F (-40 °C to +65 °C)
Operating Humidity
5% to 95% (non-condensing)
Physical
Height
5.56 in. (14.12 cm)
Width
0.69 in. (1.75 cm)
Depth
5.87 in. (14.91 cm)
Weight
6.4 oz. (0.18 kg)
Mounting
400 or 200 mechanics
HDSL2
Line Rate
1.552 Mbps Overlapped Pulse Amplitude Modulation Transmission with Interlocking
Spectra (OPTIS)
Transmission
Full duplex
Media
One non-loaded, copper, two-wire cable pair
Output
+16.5 dBm ±0.5 dB at 135 Ω (0-350 kHz) at remote side;
+16.8 dBm ±0.5 dB at 135 Ω (0-450 kHz) at CO side
Line Impedance
135 Ω
Maximum Loop Attenuation
35 dB at 196 kHz, 135Ω
Start-up Time
30 sec. (typical), 1 min. (maximum)
DS1
DS1 Line Impedance
100 Ω
DS1 Line Rate
1.544 Mbps ±200 bps
DS1 Line Format
Alternate Mark Inversion (AMI) or Bipolar with 8-Zero Substitution (B8ZS)
DS1 Frame Format
Extended SuperFrame (ESF), SuperFrame (SF), or Unframed (UNFR)
DS1 Pulse Output
0 dB, -7.5 dB, -15 dB
DS1 Input Level
0 to -33 dB
System
One-way DS1 Delay
<400 µs
Wander (Looped)
Meets MTIE T1.101 requirements
Wideband Jitter (Looped)
0.2 UI maximum
Narrowband Jitter (Looped)
0.1 UI maximum
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LOOP ATTENUATION
Each loop has no more than 35 dB of loss at 196 kHz, with driving and terminating impedances of 135Ω (see
Table 13 below).
Table 13.
HDSL2 Cable Attenuation Chart
Cable Gauge
Loss at 196 kHz (dB/kft)
Ω per kft
26/0.4 mm
3.88
83
24/0.51 mm
2.84
52
22/0.61 mm
2.18
32
19/0.91 mm
1.54
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H2TU-R-402 LIST 4E CARD CONNECTOR
Figure 23 shows the card-edge connectors on the H2TU-R-402 List 4E. Active pins are highlighted in black.
Automatic protection switch power
Factory use only
56
54
52
50
48
46
44
42
40
38
36
34
32
30
28
26
24
22
Factory use only 20
18
16
14
Automatic protection switch control 12
10
8
6
4
2
55 Tip
53
DS1 IN
51
49 Ring
47
45
43
41
39
37 Factory use only
35 − 48V
33
31
29
27 Chassis Ground*
25
23
21
19
17 Circuit Ground
15 Ring 1
13 Ring
HDSL2
11
9
Span
7 Tip
5 Tip 1
3
1 Chassis Ground*
DS1 OUT
Active pins are highlighted in black.
* Chassis Ground may be tied to Earth Ground according
to local practice.
Figure 23.
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CRAFT PORT
Figure 24 shows the pinout for the craft port connector and its connection to a DB-9 or DB-25 connector on a
maintenance terminal.
Terminal
DB-9 Connector
(DTE)
2
H2TU-R-402
3
DB-9 Connector
(DCE)
5
2
TD (Transmit Data)
3
RD (Receive Data)
5
Terminal
GND
DB-25 Connector
(DTE)
3
2
7
Figure 24.
H2TU-R-402
RS-232 Craft Port Pinouts
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APPENDIX B - FUNCTIONAL OPERATION
ADC HDSL2 technology provides full-duplex services at standard DS1 rates over copper wires between an
H2TU-C and an H2TU-R, which comprise one HiGain HDSL2 system. HiGain HDSL2 systems use ADC
Overlapped PAM Transmission with Interlocking Spectra (OPTIS) transceiver systems to establish full-duplex,
1.552 kbps data channels between the remotely located H2TU-R-402 List 4E and an H2TU-C.
A block diagram of the H2TU-R-402 List 4E is shown in Figure 25.
The H2TU-R-402 List 4E power supply converts the 90 to 200 Vdc power that is received on the simplex pairs to
voltage and currents required by the remote unit circuitry.
Protection
Factory use only
20
Ring
13
HDSL 2
XCVR
HDSL2 Span
Tip 1
5
DS1 OUT
(RCV)
15
Ring 1
BRG
OUT (RCV)
BRG
IN (XMT)
7
Tip
HDSL2
Framer
35
17
48V IN
Circuit
Ground
1
Power
Supply
+
Loopback
CLOC
NREM
Chassis Ground
27
Tip
55
Microprocessor
Protection
49
Ring
Figure 25.
DS1 IN
(XMT)
H2TU-R-402 List 4E Block Diagram
TIMING
The low-loop wander (0.3 UI max) of an H2TU-R-402, when used with a compatible line unit, allows the circuit
to be used in all critical timing applications, including those that are used to transport Stratum 1 timing.
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APPENDIX C - COMPATIBILITY
The HiGain HDSL2 system uses HDSL2 transmission technology as recommended by Bellcore TA-TSY-001210.
HiGain HDSL2 complies with GR-63-CORE, TR-TSY-000499, and GR-1089-CORE.
The H2TU-R-402 List 4E is compatible with the following shelves (for indoor use):
•
HRE-204 (four-slot)
•
HRE-420 (single-slot)
•
HRE-425 (12-slot wall or rack mount)
•
200 Mechanics type shelves
•
400 Mechanics type shelves
For outdoor applications, the H2TU-R-402 List 4E is compatible with the following enclosures:
•
HRE-450 List xB (single-slot)
•
HRE-454 (four-slot)
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APPENDIX D - PRODUCT SUPPORT
ADC Customer Service Group provides expert pre-sales and post-sales support and training for all its products.
Technical support is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by contacting the ADC Technical Assistance Center
(TAC).
Sales Assistance
800.366.3891 extension 73000
(USA and Canada)
952.917.3000
Fax: 952.917.3237
• Quotation Proposals
• Ordering and Delivery
• General Product Information
• Complete Solutions (from concept to
installation)
Systems Integration
800.366.3891, extension 73000
(USA and Canada)
952.917.3000
• Network Design and Integration Testing
• System Turn-Up and Testing
• Network Monitoring (upstream or downstream)
• Power Monitoring and Remote Surveillance
• Service/Maintenance Agreements
ADC Technical Assistance Center
800.638.0031
714.730.3222
Fax: 714.730.2400
Email: [email protected]
• Systems Operation
• Technical Information
• System/Network Configuration
• Product Specification and Application
• Training (product-specific)
• Installation and Operation Assistance
Online Technical Support
• Troubleshooting and Repair/Field Assistance
• www.adc.com/Knowledge_Base/index.jsp
Online Technical Publications
• www.adc.com/library1/
Product Return Department
800.366.3891 ext. 73748 or
952.917.3748
Fax: 952.917.3237
Email: repair&[email protected]
• ADC Return Material Authorization (RMA)
number and instructions must be obtained
before returning products.
All 800 lines are toll-free in the USA and Canada.
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APPENDIX E - ABBREVIATIONS
EXZ:
A
ACO:
ACON:
ADSL:
AIS:
AIS-CI:
ALM:
ALMP:
ANSI:
AOR:
ARM:
AUTO:
AWG:
Alarm Cutoff
Auto Conversion
Asymmetrical Digital Subscriber Line
Alarm Indication Signal
Alarm Indication Signal-Customer Installation
Alarm
Alarm Pattern
American National Standards Institute
Addressable Office Repeater
Armed
Auto-Framing Mode
American Wire Gauge
B
BER:
BPV:
BPVT:
BRG:
Bit Error Rate
Bipolar Violation
Bipolar Violation Transparency
Bridge
C
CEV:
CI:
CLEI:
CLOC:
CO:
CONV:
CPE:
CRC:
CREM:
CSA:
CV:
CV-P:
Controlled Environmental Vault
Customer Interface
Common Language Equipment Identifier
Customer Local Loopback
Central Office
Conversion
Customer Premises Equipment
Cyclical Redundancy Check
Customer Remote Loopback
Carrier Service Area
Code Violation
Code Violation-Path
The occurrence of 8 consecutive zeroes for B8ZS or 16
for AMI.
F
FCON:
FDL:
FE:
FPS:
Frame Conversion
Frame Bit for Datalink, Facility Datalink
Far End
Framing Pattern Sequence
H
HCDS:
HCS:
HDSL:
HDSL2:
HG:
High Capacity Digital Service
HiGain Card Shelf
High-bit-rate Digital Subscriber Line
High-bit-rate Digital Subscriber Line 2
HiGain
I
ID:
ILR:
IN:
IOR:
IR:
Identification
Intelligent Line Repeater
Transmit
Intelligent Office Repeater
Intelligent Repeater
L
LA:
LAIS:
LBPV:
LED:
LLOS:
LOS:
LOSW:
LPDN:
LPF:
LRAI:
Loop Attenuation
Local Alarm Indication Signal
Local Bipolar Violation
Light Emitting Diode
Local Loss of Signal
Loss of Signal
Loss of Sync Word
Loopdown
Line Power Feed
Line RAI
D
DBER:
DDS:
DL:
DLC:
DSX-1:
DS1 Bit Error Rate
Digital Data Service
Datalink
Digital Loop Carrier
Digital Signal Cross-Connect, Level 1
37
MAL:
MNGD:
MSEC:
Margin Alarm
Managed
Monitored Seconds
N
E
ECI:
EQL:
ES:
ESD:
ES-L:
ES-P:
M
Equipment Catalog Item
Equalization
Errored Seconds
Electrostatic Discharge
Errored Seconds-Line
Errored Seconds-Path
NE:
NEBS:
NI:
NID:
NLOC:
NMA:
NPRM:
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Network Equipment-Building System
Network Interface
Network Interface Device
Network Local Loopback
Network Management and Administration
Network PRM
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NREM:
NTF:
Appendix E - Abbreviations
Network Remote Loopback
No Trouble Found
RLOS:
RMA:
ROVR:
RRAI:
O
OOF:
OPTIS:
OUT:
Out-of-Frame
Overlapped Pulse Amplitude Modulation Transmission
with Interlocking Spectra
Receive
P
PBOC:
PBON:
PL:
POTS:
PRM:
PRM-FE:
PRM-NE:
PWRF:
Power Back Off Customer
Power Back Off Network
Payload
Plain Old Telephone Service
Performance Report Messaging
Performance Report Messaging-Far End
Performance Report Messaging-Near End
Power Feed
R
RAI:
RAI-CI:
RAIS:
RDA:
Remote Loss of Signal
Return Material Authorization
RAI Overwrite
Remote RAI
S
SDSL:
SES:
SES-L:
SES-P:
SF:
SMJK:
SNET:
SPLB:
SPRM:
Symmetrical Digital Subscriber Line
Severely Errored Seconds
Severely Errored Seconds-Line
Severely Errored Seconds-Path
SuperFrame
SmartJack
Southern New England Telephone
Special Loopback
Supplemental PRM
T
TLOS:
Transmit Loss of Signal
U
Remote Alarm Indication
Remote Alarm Indication-Customer Installation
Remote Alarm Indication Signal
Remote Disconnect Alarm
UAS:
UAS-P:
UNFR:
Unavailable Seconds
Unavailable Seconds-Path
Unframed
X
XMT:
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CERTIFICATION AND WARRANTY
FCC CLASS A COMPLIANCE
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These
limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial
environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to
cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
LIMITED WARRANTY
ADC DSL Systems, Incorporated (“ADC”) warrants that, for a period of sixty (60) months from the date of shipment, the hardware portion
of its products will be free of material defects and faulty workmanship under normal use. ADC's obligation, under this warranty, is limited to
replacing or repairing, at ADC's option, any such hardware product which is returned during the 60-month warranty period per ADC's
instructions and which product is confirmed by ADC not to comply with the foregoing warranty.
ADC warrants that, for a period of 90 days from the date of purchase, the software furnished with its products will operate substantially in
accordance with the ADC published specifications and documentation for such software. ADC’s entire liability for software that does not
comply with the foregoing warranty and is reported to ADC during the 90-day warranty period is, at ADC’s option, either (a) return of the
price paid or (b) repair or replace of the software. ADC also warrants that, for a period of thirty (30) days from the date of purchase, the media
on which software is stored will be free from material defects under normal use. ADC will replace defective media at no charge if it is returned
to ADC during the 30-day warranty period along with proof of the date of shipment.
The transportation charges for shipment of returned products to ADC will be prepaid by the Buyer. ADC will pay transportation charges for
shipment of replacement products to Buyer, unless no trouble is found (NTF), in which case the Buyer will pay transportation charges.
ADC may use reconditioned parts for such repair or replacement. This warranty does not apply to any product which has been repaired, worked
upon, or altered by persons not authorized by ADC or in ADC's sole judgment has been subjected to misuse, accident, fire or other casualty,
or operation beyond its design range.
Repaired products have a 90-day warranty, or until the end of the original warranty period—whichever period is greater.
ADC DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, WITH RESPECT TO ITS PRODUCTS
AND ANY ACCOMPANYING WRITTEN MATERIALS. FURTHER, ADC DOES NOT WARRANT THAT SOFTWARE WILL BE
FREE FROM BUGS OR THAT ITS USE WILL BE UNINTERRUPTED OR REGARDING THE USE, OR THE RESULTS OF THE USE,
OF THE SOFTWARE IN TERMS OF CORRECTNESS, ACCURACY, RELIABILITY OR OTHERWISE.
MODIFICATIONS
Any changes or modifications made to this device that are not expressly approved by ADC DSL Systems, Inc. voids the user's warranty.
All wiring external to the products should follow the provisions of the current edition of the National Electrical Code.
SAFETY STANDARDS COMPLIANCE
The H2TU-R-402 List 4E modules have been tested and verified to comply with the applicable sections of the following safety standards:
•
GR 63-CORE - Network Equipment-Building System (NEBS) Requirements
•
GR 1089-CORE - Electromagnetic Compatibility and Electrical Safety
•
UL-1459, 3rd Edition and CSA C22.2 225-M90: Telecommunications Equipment – Electronics and Electrical Safety
For technical assistance, refer to “Appendix D - Product Support” on page 36.
ADC DSL Systems, Inc.
14402 Franklin Avenue
Tustin, CA 92780-7013
Tel: 714.832.9922
Fax: 714.832.9924
Technical Assistance
Tel: 800.638.0031
Tel: 714.730.3222
Fax: 714.730.2400
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