NCT192 System Installation Guide

NCT192 System Installation Guide
IP DSLAM
User Guide
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Preface.......................................................................................... 1 Purpose.................................................................................................................................................. 1 Organization........................................................................................................................................... 1 Conventions ........................................................................................................................................... 1 Chapter 2 System Overview ......................................................................... 2 NCT192 and NCT192S Front View........................................................................................................ 2 NCT192 and NCT192S Rear View ........................................................................................................ 3 NCT192 and NCT192S Side View......................................................................................................... 4 NCT192 Slot Structure ........................................................................................................................... 5 Chapter 3 Card Module Overview ................................................................ 6 NCT192 Network Control Card .............................................................................................................. 6 NCT192 Subscriber Line Card............................................................................................................... 8 NCT1901S POTS Splitter Card............................................................................................................ 10 NCT192 Alarm I/O Module................................................................................................................... 11 NCT192 Power Module........................................................................................................................ 12 NCT192 Fan Module............................................................................................................................ 13 Chapter 4 Prepare for Installation.............................................................. 14 Safety Requirements............................................................................................................................ 14 Safety Guidelines .................................................................................................................... 14 Preventing Electrostatic Discharge Damage .......................................................................... 17 General Maintenance Guidelines............................................................................................ 17 Site Requirements................................................................................................................................ 18 Environmental Requirements.................................................................................................. 18 Power ...................................................................................................................................... 20 Cabling .................................................................................................................................... 21 Rack Mounting ........................................................................................................................ 21 Tools and Equipment Required............................................................................................................ 22 Unpacking the NCT192 System........................................................................................................... 22 Verifying Contents ................................................................................................................................ 23 Inspecting for Damage ......................................................................................................................... 23 Chapter 5 Installing the NCT192 ................................................................ 24 Installation Overview ............................................................................................................................ 24 Installing and Removing Card Module ................................................................................................. 25 Installation and Replacement Considerations ........................................................................ 25 System Card Installation and Replacement............................................................................ 26 System Module Installation and Replacement........................................................................ 27 System Mounting Procedure................................................................................................................ 28 Measuring the Rack Space ..................................................................................................... 28 Mounting the NCT192 and NCT192S Shelf Chassis.............................................................. 28 System Connecting Procedure ............................................................................................................ 29 Connecting a Console............................................................................................................. 29 Connecting a Management Ethernet ...................................................................................... 31 Connecting the RJ-21 Subscriber Interface............................................................................ 32 Connecting the Network Uplink Interface ............................................................................... 33 Attach and Apply the Power.................................................................................................... 34 Chapter 6 General Troubleshooting .......................................................... 35 NCT192 IP-DSLAM
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The PWR LED Does Not Turn On ....................................................................................................... 35 The Alarm Status LED is On ................................................................................................................ 35 The xDSL LED Does Not Turn On ....................................................................................................... 36 No Voice on an ADSL Connection ....................................................................................................... 36 The Network Uplink is Down................................................................................................................ 37 Appendix A System Connector Pin-Outs................................................. 38 A.1 A.2 A.3 A.4 RJ-21 xDSL Connector Port Mapping..................................................................................... 38 Standard Telco Color Chart.....................................................................................................39 RJ-45 Management Ethernet Connector Pin-Outs ................................................................. 40 Local Console DB-9 Connector Pin-Outs ............................................................................... 41 Appendix B Abbreviations and Acronyms .............................................. 42 Appendix C Legal and regulatory Information………………………………43
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Preface
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Chapter 1
Preface
This preface discusses the following topic:
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Purpose
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Organization
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Conventions
Purpose
The purpose of this guide is to provide the basic information and operation of NCT192 IP-DSLAM,
which includes both software and hardware architecture and other specific features.
Organization
This guide contains the following information:
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Preface
System Overview
Shelf and Card Module Overview
Prepare for Installation
Installing the NCT192
General Troubleshooting
Appendix
Conventions
This section describes the conventions used in this guide.
NE/NEs mention in this document means NCT192 IP-DSLAM
CLI Ex – Command line management with a local console or Telnet through in-band or out-band IP
interface for CIT (Craft Interface Terminal) connection.
This sign indicate the NOTICE. A note contains helpful suggestions or reference relay on the topical
subjects.
This sign indicate the TIP. Performing the information described in the paragraph will help you solve
a problem. The tip information might not be troubleshooting or even an action, but could be useful
information.
This sign indicate the CAUTION. In this situation, you might do something that could result in
equipment damage or loss of data.
This sign indicate the DANGER. You are in situation that could cause bodily injury. Before you
work on any equipment, you must be aware of the hazards involved with electrical circuitry and
be familiar with standard practices for preventing accidents.
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System Overview
The NCT192 system contains NCT192 IP-DSLAM and NCT192S Splitter Shelf.
The NCT192 IP-DSLAM is built in 7.88 inch (4.5U) height, 11.8 inch (30 cm) depth, and 19 inch
width (23 inch bracket available) compact design. It is composed in one of Network Control Card
(NC), four of Subscriber Line Card (LC) in single shelf.
The NCT192S Splitter shelf is built in 5.25 inch (3U) height, 10.8 inch (27.5 cm) depth, and 19 inch
width (23 inch bracket available) compact design. It is composed in four of CO POTS Splitter Card
(SC) in single shelf.
In order to supply permanent services, NCT192 IP-DSLAM provide 1+1DC power redundancy, it also
owns 4 of alarm digital input connector for carry housekeeping and 1 alarm relay switch to connect
with exterior device.
NCT192 and NCT192S Front View
NCT192 and NCT192S are designed in front access and modular units for easy installation and
replacing.
The front shelf of NCT192S provides RJ-21 connector for POTS connection with PSTN networks.
Figure 2-1
NCT192 and NCT192S Front View Illustration
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NCT192 and NCT192S Rear View
The NCT192 provides removable rear lid for maintenance purpose. For ADSL application, the rear
shelf of NCT192S provides RJ-21 connectors for the ADSL link with NCT192 and Line connection
with subscriber networks.
NCT192 and NCT192S Rear View Illustration
Rear Lid
AM0031
T
X8
X6
X4
X2
X7
X5
Slot 4
Slot 3
X3
X1
Slot 2
Slot 1
RJ-21 for xDSL
25 - 48 Ports
RJ-21 for xDSL
1 - 24 Ports
X8
L8
L7
X7
X6
L6
L5
X5
X4
L4
L3
X3
X2
L2
L1
X1
RJ-21 for LINE
25 - 48 Ports
RJ-21 for LINE
1 - 24 Ports
AM0031S
Figure 2-2
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Table 2-1
System Overview
NCT192 and NCT192S Port Connector
Connector Number
Description
X1 ~ X8
xDSL ports address at specific slot
L1 ~ L8
Line ports address at specific slot
P1 ~ P8
POTS ports address at specific slot
NCT192 and NCT192S Side View
NCT192 shelf provides the wiring handle and ventilation holes on two sides to improve the cabling as
well as system thermo control.
Figure 2-3
NCT192 and NCT192S Left-hand Side View
Figure 2-4
NCT192 and NCT192S Right-hand Side View
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NCT192 Slot Structure
Figure 2-5 shows the slot structure of NCT192 IP-DSLAM.
Figure 2-5
NCT192 System Slot Structure
Figure 2-6
NCT192S POTS Splitter Slot Structure
Table 2-2
Slot Structure V.S. Card/Module Notation
Slot
Card/Model Notation
NC
NCT1902 – two ports GE Network Control card
LC_01 ~ LC_04
NCT1901 – 48 ports ADSL Subscriber Line card
SC_01 ~ SC_04
NCT1901S – 48 ports ADSL CO POTS Splitter card
MOP_01 ~ MOP_02
DC power module
MOA
Alarm I/O module
MOF
System Fan module
Card Module Overview
Chapter 3
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Card Module Overview
The card modules can be separated into three types, Network Control (NC) card, Subscriber Line card,
and CO POTS Splitter card.
The NC card contains function of Control, Switch, and Network Trunk, while Subscriber Line card
provides the xDSL subscriber interface.
Network Interface – NCT1902 (1000 Base-SX, 1000 Base-LX, 1000 Base-LHX, 1000 Base-ZX)
Subscriber Line Interface – NCT1901 (ADSL)
POTS Splitter Interface – NCT1901S (ADSL)
Management Interface – NCT1902 (10/100 Base-T and Serial Console)
NCT192 Network Control Card
The NCT1902 Network Control (NC) card support 2 of pluggable mini-GBIC network interfaces.
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Figure 3-1
Performs central processor, host, and system controller functions
Provides Wire-speed switch fabric
Provides CO facility alarm relay contact interfaces associate with Alarm I/O module
Provides Hot-swappable
NCT1902 Network Control Card Illustration
Status LED
Reset Button
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Ethernet 10/100
Console
Port
Network
Interface
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Faceplate Feature
The following list details of the NCT1902 Network Control (NC) card faceplate features:
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Table 3-1
A maintenance RESET switch is located at the faceplate
Two levers with locking tabs
Provide operating system interface and internet ports:
RS-232 – DB-9 connector for a DTE device that complies with the EIA/TIA-232 standard
and that provides connection to the CIT (Craft Interface Terminal) using command line
operation
Ethernet – RJ-45 10/100 Base-T connector that complies with Ethernet standards and that
provides connection to a system Ethernet for management access
The LED indicates the Ethernet and Network Control card operating status
NCT1902 LED Function Description
LED
State
Function
Green solid
NC card power normal
Off
Card fault
Red solid
NC card alarm occurs
Off
No NC card alarm occurs
Green solid
Indicates card module is activate on live
Off
Card fault
Status LED
PWR
ALM
RUN
Management Ethernet 10/100
Yellow LED
Green LED
Yellow blinking
Management Ethernet interface is activate
Off
Management Ethernet interface is inactivate
Green solid
Management Ethernet interface is link
Off
No cable connect or port fault
Network Interface mini-GBIT Adaptor Module
Orange LED
Green LED
Orange Solid
GE interface is link
Off
LOS is detect or no fiber cable connect
Green Blinking
GE interface is activate
Off
GE interface is inactivate
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Card Module Overview
NCT192 Subscriber Line Card
The NCT1901 48 ports ADSL Subscriber Line card
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Figure 3-2
Supports 48 ADSL (ATU-C) modem connections
Negotiates the line rate with the CPE when it trains and bases the rate on line quality
Provides Hot-swappable
NCT1901 ADSL Subscriber Line Card Illustration
xDSL Group 1 Reset Button
Status LED
xDSL Group 2
Communicate
LED
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Faceplate Feature
The following list details the Subscriber Line card faceplate features:
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A maintenance RESET switch is located at the faceplate.
Two levers with locking tabs.
The LED indicates the Subscriber Line card operating, connection, and alarm status.
NCT1901 LED Function Description
LED
State
Function
Green solid
Line card power normal
Off
Card fault
Red solid
Line card alarm occurs
Off
No Line card alarm occurs
Status LED
PWR
ALM
Communicate LED
LINK
ACT
Green solid
Line card is well link to NC card
Off
No NC card occupied or Line card fault
Orange blinking
Line card is activate with NC card
Off
No NC card occupied or inactivate with NC card
Green solid per port
The xDSL link is currently connect
Green blinking 1 sec.
The xDSL link is down or link down
Green blinking 1/4 sec.
The xDSL link is in handshaking
Off
Port disable or no profile applied.
Green solid per port
The xDSL link is currently connect
Green blinking 1 sec.
The xDSL link is down or link down
Green blinking 1/4 sec.
The xDSL link is in handshaking
Off
Port disable or no profile applied.
xDSL Group 1
1 to 24
xDSL Group 2
25 to 48
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Card Module Overview
NCT1901S POTS Splitter Card
The NCT1901S ADSL POTS Splitter card:
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Figure 3-3
NCT1901S supports 48 ports of ADSL Line and Phone connections
Compose in passive elements
NCT1901S ADSL POTS Splitter Card Illustration
Front View
RJ-21 for POTS
1 - 24
RJ-21 for POTS
25 - 48
Rear View
RJ-21 for ADSL
25 - 48
RJ-21 for LINE
25 - 48
RJ-21 for LINE
1 - 24
RJ-21 for ADSL
1 - 24
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NCT192 Alarm I/O Module
The Alarm I/O Module contains alarm I/O relay, system alarm LED, and Shelf ID switch.
Figure 3-4
Alarm I/O Module Illustration
SYSTEM
Alarm Status
Shelf ID Alarm I/O Relay Terminal
DIP
Table 3-3
NCT192 Alarm I/O Relay Pin Description
Digital I/O Pin
Description
Output Pin (for alarm output receptacle)
CO
Common pin
NO
Circuit with normal open pin
NC
Circuit with normal close pin
Input Pin (for alarm input relay)
Table 3-4
1 (+), 2 (-)
First pair of input signal terminal
3 (+), 4 (-)
Second pair of input signal terminal
5 (+), 6 (-)
Third pair of input signal terminal
7 (+), 8 (-)
Fourth pair of input signal terminal
Power Rating
-48 VDC 0.5 A
NCT192 System Alarm LED Function Description
LED
State
Function
System Alarm Status
CR
MJ
MN
Red solid
Detect Critical alarm occurring in system
Off
No Critical alarm detected
Orange solid
Detect Major alarm occurring in system
Off
No Major alarm detected
Yellow solid
Detect Minor alarm occurring in system
Off
No Minor alarm detected
Shelf ID is of no use now.
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Card Module Overview
NCT192 Power Module
The NCT192 is equipped with two DC power modules to support the power redundancy function.
DC Power Module Terminal
Figure 3-5
DC Power Module Illustration
DC Power
Terminal
Power Switch
Table 3-5
DC Power Module Description
LED
State
Function
DC Power Module Status
Terminal
Block
-48V
The -48 VDC block
GND
The GND block
Ground
The Shelf and Power Grounding
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NCT192 Fan Module
The fan module use to control the system temperature, the module has ability to detect and reporting if
fan speed is abnormal.
Figure 3-6
Fan Module Illustration
Fan Module
Status
Table 3-6
Fan Module Description
LED
State
Function
Fan Module Status
FAN PWR
FAN SPEED
Green solid
Fan module working normal
Off
System power is no connect or module fault
Red solid
Fan module detect fault
Off
System power is no connect or module fault
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Chapter 4
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Prepare for Installation
This chapter tells you how to prepare for the installation of the NCT192 Medium Capacity
IP-DSLAM.
The chapter contains the following sections:
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Safety Requirements
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Site Requirements
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Tools and Equipment Required
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Unpacking the NCT192 System
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Verifying the Contents
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Inspecting for Damage
Safety Requirements
This section describes safety requirement of NCT192 system. Before you install the NCT192 system,
ensure that all the criteria in this section are met. The section describes the following safety
requirements:
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Safety Guidelines
Preventing Electrostatics Discharge Damage
General Maintenance Guidelines
Safety Guidelines
Before working on the equipment, be aware of standard safety guidelines and the hazards that are
involved in working it electrical circuitry to prevent accidents. Adhere to the following cautions and
warnings and those throughout the guide for safe and hazard-free installation.
Only trained and qualified personnel should be allowed to install or replace this equipment.
Before removing the equipment, disconnect the telephone-network cables to avoid contact with
telephone-network voltages.
Do not work on system or connect or disconnect cables during periods of lightning activity.
Avoid using a telephone (other than a cordless type) during an electrical storm. There may be a
remote risk of electric shock from lightning.
Read the power instructions before you connect the system to its power source.
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For safety reason, the ground wire must connect to safety (earth) ground; ensure that the host is
connected to earth ground during the normal use.
To reduce the risk of electric shock when servicing any individual unit, disconnect the power cord or
cords that connect the unit to the DC bus bar.
Two people are required to lift the shelf. Grasp the shelf underneath the lower edge and lift with both
hands. To prevent injury, keep your back straight and lift with your legs, not your back.
To prevent bodily injury when mounting or servicing this unit in a rack, you must take special
precautions to ensure that the system remains stable. The following guidelines are provided to ensure
your safety:
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When mounting this unit in a partially filled rack, load the rack from the bottom to the top with
the heaviest component at the bottom of the rack.
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If the rack is provided with stabilizing devices, install the stabilizers before mounting or
servicing the unit in the rack.
Ethernet cable must be shielded when used in a central office environment.
This unit is intended for installation in restricted access areas, A restricted access area is where access
can only be gained by service personnel through the use of a special tool, lock and key, or other
means of security, and is controlled by the authority responsible for the location.
To reduce the risk of fire, use only No. 36 AWG or larger telecommunication line cord.
Use copper conductors only.
Never touch un-insulated telephone wires or terminals unless the telephone line has been
disconnected at the network interface.
Use caution when installing or modifying telephone lines.
Before working on equipment that is connected to power lines, remove jewelry (including rings,
necklaces, and watches). Metal objects will heat up when connected to power and ground and can
cause serious burns or weld the metal object to the terminals.
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To avoid electric shock, do not connect safety extra-low voltage (SELV) circuits to telephone-network
voltage (TNV) circuits. LAN ports contain SELV circuits and WAN ports contain TNV circuits. Some
LAN and WAN ports both use RJ-45 connectors. Use caution when connecting cables.
Ultimate disposal of this product should be handled according to all national laws and regulations.
Do not use this product near water; for example, near bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink or laundry
tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool.
Never install telephone RJ-21 connector in wet locations unless the connector is specifically designed
for wet locations.
Do not use a telephone to report a gas leak in the vicinity of the leak.
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Preventing Electrostatic Discharge Damage
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) is a transfer of electrostatic charge between bodies of different
electrostatic potentials, such as an operator and a piece of electrical equipment. It occurs when
electronic components are improperly handled, and it can damage equipment and impair electrical
circuitry. Electrostatic discharge is more likely to occur with the combination of synthetic fibers and
dry atmosphere.
Use an antistatic strap during removing and replacing NCT192 units.
Always use an ESD ankle or wrist strap and ensure that it makes good skin contact.
To properly guard against ESD damage and shocks, the wrist strap and cord must operate effectively.
Do not touch any exposed contact pins or connector shells of interface ports that do not have a cable
attached. If cables are connected at one end only, do not touch the exposed pins at the unconnected
end of the cable.
This equipment is intended for use in residential and commercial environments only.
Periodically check the resistance value of the antistatic strap, which should be between 1 and 10
megohms (Mohms).
General Maintenance Guidelines
The following maintenance guidelines apply to NCT192 system units:
Keep the NCT192 shelf area clear and dust-free during and after installation.
If you remove the chassis cover for any reason, store it in a safe place.
Do not perform any action that creates a hazard to people or makes equipment unsafe.
Keep walk areas clear to prevent falls or damage to equipment.
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Site Requirements
This section describes requirements for the site in which the NCT192 system is to be installed. Before
you install the NCT192 system, ensure that all the criteria in this section are met. The section describes
the following:
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Power
Cabling
Rack Mounting
Environmental Requirements
To have proper operation of the NCT192 system depends on a proper environment. This section
describes environmental requirements for the site in which you intend to install the NCT192 system.
Temperature Humidity and Altitude
The system can tolerate a wide range of temperatures. Table 4-1 shows the recommendation for
temperature, humidity, and altitude conditions in a central office (CO) environment.
Table 4-1
CO Operating Environment Requirements
Environmental Specifications
Descriptions
Temperature
32º to 149ºF (0º to 65ºC) – Operating
23º to 149ºF (-5º to 65ºC) – Short-term Operating
5º to 158ºF (-15º to 70ºC) – Storage
Humidity of 95% at 35ºC
Humidity
5 to 95% (non condensing)
Altitude
0 to 10,000 ft (0 to 3048 m)
To prevent the system from overheating, do not operate it in an area that exceeds the maximum
recommended ambient temperature of 149ºF (65ºC).
Dimension
The NCT192 IP-DSLAM is designed to mount in 19” or 23” or ETSI (mounting bracket replaceable)
standard rack in the multiple shelves configuration.
Table 4-2
Maximum Space Require for Installation
Dimension
NCT192 standalone
NCT192 + NCT192S (Splitter
Shelf)
Max. Height
7.88 inches (4.5U)
13.13 inches (7.5U)
Max. Width
19” or 23”
19” or 23”
Max. Depth
11.8 inches without handle.
13.3 inches with handle.
11.8 inches without handle.
13.3 inches with handle.
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Ventilation
The NCT192 fans maintain a suitable operating temperature for the internal circuitry. Ensure that the
air intake vents at the left-hand side of the shelf and the air exhaust vents at the right-hand side of the
shelf are not obstructed in anyway.
Figure 4-1
NCT192 Ventilation Control Diagram
Table 4-3
System Air-Flow Specification
Field
Description
Fan unit
2
Air flow
200 (CFM)
Air pressure
10 (mm-Aq)
Speed per fan
3200 (RPM)
Noise level
44 (dBA)
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Power
The NCT192 IP-DSLAM using distributed inbuilt power unit on each card board, the inbuilt power
unit is required a VDC power source for it needs. For VDC (DC), the normal voltage is -48 VDC; the
minimum operating value is -36 VDC; and the maximum operating value is -72 VDC.
The NCT192 IP-DSLAM supports hot-swappable redundant power supplies for the DC Power
Converter Module.
Before you connect the system to a power source, verify that the power source is properly grounded
and that it falls within the internal power supply rating.
The total power consumption of NCT192 is 223 W in full load. Table 4-4 lists the power consumption
and heat dissipation of system and each card module.
Table 4-4
NCT192 IP-DSLAM Card Module Power Consumption
System/Card Model
Consumption
Heat Dissipation
NCT1902
15.2 W (0.31 A at -48 VDC)
3.8 W
NCT1901
49 W (1.02 A at -48 VDC)
12 W
Alarm module
2.6 W (0.05 A at -48 VDC)
0.65 W
Fan module
10 W (0.21 A at -48 VDC)
2.5 W
Full load
223 W (15.8 A at -48 VDC)
56 W
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Cabling
The female RJ-21 (Champ) subscriber connectors are located at rear shelf of NCT192 as well as the
NCT1901S POTS Splitter card of NCT192S Splitter Shelf.
NCT192 Cabling
The Figure 4-2 illustrates the NCT192 and NCT192S system cabling. Connect your Telco-50 xDSL
cable between NCT192 and NCT192S, Line cable from NCT192S to Subscriber MDF, and POTS
(phone) cable from NCT192S to PSTN MDF, respectively.
Figure 4-2
NCT192 Cabling Diagram
Rack Mounting
Mount your NCT192 and NCT192S system shelf in a rack is highly recommend. Ensure that vertical
holes spacing on the rack rails meets standard EIA-310-C or ETS300 requirements.
NCT192 fits into a 19 inch wide rack or an ETSI 600 mm wide (23 inch) cabinet by replacing the ear
bracket.
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Tools and Equipment Required
The Table 4-5 lists the tools and equipment you need to install and remove the NCT192 system
components.
Table 4-5
Installation Tools Lists
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Tools and Equipment
Hardware Components
NCT192 System
NCT192S Splitter Shelf (Optional)
2x NCT2030 PSU O/P -48V/6.7A
RS-232 (DB-9) straight through serial cable to connect the console
RJ-45 connector, cross over 10Bast/100Base-T Ethernet, half/full-duplex
compliant with IEEE 802.3 (Optional)
RJ-21 Telco-50 DSLAM Cables
Mini-GBIC SFP module/s
SM or MM fiber optic cable
Tools
A 3/16 inch flat-head screwdriver
A Phillips-head screwdriver
Necessary equipment for ESD protection
Mounting screw – To mount the NCT192 system to the rack
Tie wraps
Unpacking the NCT192 System
Each NCT192 system units is securely packaged in a shipping box.
To unpack the NCT192 units, complete the following steps:
Step 1
Inspect the packing containers.
If any damage or other signs of mishandling are evident, inform both the local
freight carrier and Turbo Networks before unpacking. Your freight carrier can
provide you with the procedures necessary to file a claim for damages.
Step 2
Carefully open the box.
Step 3
Remove all packing material.
Step 4
Remove the unit form the box.
Step 5
Open the accessory kits and boxes that contain the cables, documentation, and
management software. Do not use a knife to open these boxes.
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Verifying Contents
To verify that your shipment is complete, make sure that you received everything on your packing list,
and then compare your packing list to your order. If any items are missing or you need additional
information, contact your local supporter.
Inspecting for Damage
After you verify that all of the equipment is included, carefully examine the assemblies, units and
cables for any damage resulting from shipping. If you suspect any damage form shipping, contact your
local freight carrier for procedures on damage claims.
If you observe any physical defects in the items you ordered, obtain standard warranty service by
delivering the defective part to your local supporter during the applicable warranty period.
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Installing the NCT192
This chapter describes how to install the NCT192 Medium Capacity IP-DSLAM.
This chapter contains the following sections:
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Installation Overview
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Installing and Removing Card Module
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System Mounting Procedure
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System Connecting Procedure
Installation Overview
Be sure that you follow the installation procedures in the proper sequence for your configuration.
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The sketch below indicates the NCT192 IP-DSLAM connection structure with equipment relational at
CO (Central Office).
NCT192 Medium Capacity IP-DSLAM CO Installation Diagram
MG1008S
CO Splitter
PSTN
Phone
2
MDF
Residential
3
4
xDSL Conection
Figure 5-1
1
GigE Fiber Loop
MG1008
IP-DSLAM
ODF
Line
5
Power Line
Power (-48V)
Central Office
ADSL Development
GigE Fiber Loop (1) – Connect the IP-DSLAM Network Uplink gigabit Ethernet interface to the
ODF or IP switch.
Phone (2) – Connect the phone line from POTS splitter to PSTN.
Line (3) – Connect the out-door subscriber loop from residential to POTS splitter.
xDSL Connection (4) – Connect the xDSL line from IP-DSLAM to the CO POTS Splitter.
Power Line (5) – Connect the IP-DSLAM to the CO power source (-48 VDC) and grounding.
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Installing and Removing Card Module
The NCT192 system is hot swap design, it enables you to install, remove, or replace card module
without shutting off. However, you may choose to power down the system as a precaution, if the unit
is not currently operational.
Never attempt to remove or install modules without using appropriate ESD ankle.
If the unit is not powered down, an electrical energy hazard will be present within the card cage.
Remove all metallic objects from hands and wrist to prevent bridging of live contact points.
Holding the card module from the edge or lever, do not hands on the components and hard metric bus.
Installation and Replacement Considerations
The following are recommended installation and replacement practices for the NCT192 system card
modules.
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Do not force the card module into its slot. This action can damage the pins on the backplane if
they are not aligned properly with the line card.
Ensure every card module is place in the right slot.
Ensure that the card module is straight and not at an angle when you install it in the slot.
Installing the card module at an angle can damage it.
Firmly seat the card module in the slot, fully depress and make sure the both side levers hook up
the curb.
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System Card Installation and Replacement
Ensure the card module is place into the right slot, fool-proof will prevent the wrong card module to
plug into specify slot, but improper operation may still cause the damage.
Figure 5-2
System Card Install Sketch
Installing a System Card
To installing a system card:
Step 1
Put on the both side levers to the unlock location.
Step 2
Using both hands to expend the lever and align the card module to the proper slot.
Step 3
Holding the both levers in expends position, and carefully slide-in the card into the unit.
Step 4
Depress and shrink both levers simultaneously to seat the card module into the plane.
Step 5
Ensure the both side levers has hooked up the curb without swing.
Removing a System Card
To removing a system card:
Step 1
Press the button on both side levers simultaneously to lift in extend position.
Step 2
Slide-out the card with both levers.
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System Module Installation and Replacement
The NCT192 system has using 1 fan module, 1+1 protection power module, and 1 alarm I/O module.
Figure 5-3
System Module Replace Sketch
Replacing a System Module
To replacing a system module:
Step 1
Using a Phillips screwdriver to loosen the thumb screws on the both side levers.
Step 2
Slide-out the module from the tray and replace the new one.
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System Mounting Procedure
This section provides step-by-step instructions for setting up and installing the NCT192 system.
Before you begin, verify that you have completed the following tasks:
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Select the installation site
Unpack the NCT192 system
Gather the tools and equipment needed for installation
Check the card module configuration in the unit
Measuring the Rack Space
For remain rack to be stable, you must install your NCT192 system from the bottom to the top of the
rack. Before you install any of the shelf chassis, measure the total rack space required to install your
system. The required rack space depends on the number of NCT192 shelf chassis that you plan to use.
The NCT192 system contains NCT192 IP-DSLAM and NCT192S Splitter Shelf.
The NCT192 IP-DSLAM is built in 7.88 inch (4.5U) height, 11.8 inch (30 cm) depth, and 19 inch
width (23 inch bracket available).
The NCT192S Splitter shelf is built in 5.25 inch (3U) height, 10.8 inch (27.5 cm) depth, and 19 inch
width (23 inch bracket available).
Mounting the NCT192 and NCT192S Shelf Chassis
Complete the following steps to install the NCT192 and NCT192S shelf chassis.
Two people are required to lift the shelf. Grasp the shelf underneath the lower edge and lift with both
hands. To prevent injury, keep your back straight and lift with your legs, not your back.
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Figure 5-4
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Install the NCT192 Shelf Chassis
Step 1
Put on an antistatic wrist strap and attach it to the rack.
Step 2
Attach the mounting aids to the rack, different rack will provide different aids, make sure
the mounting aids is attach stable before setting NCT192 and NCT192S.
Step 3
Carefully lift the shelf chassis from underneath and rest it on the mounting aids.
Step 4
Push the shelf chassis back into the rack.
Step 5
Using a Phillips-head screwdriver; screw the ear brackets to the rack. Use six screws at
each bracket.
Step 6
Repeat Step 1 through Step 5 for each NCT192 and NCT192S as necessary.
System Connecting Procedure
Connecting a Console
Complete the following steps to connect the NCT192 Console management.
Step 1
Connect the DB-9 (Male) cable to the Console port on the NCT1902 NC card.
Step 2
Connect the other end (Female) to the computer’s COM port. If your computer is equipped
only with DB-25 serial port, you need a DB-9-male-to-DB-25-female adapter.
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Figure 5-5
DB-9-male-to-DB-9-female Console Management Cable
Figure 5-6
NCT192 Console Port Management Cabling
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Connecting a Management Ethernet
Complete the following steps to connect the NCT192 M-ETH to the management network.
We recommend that you label each data cable at both ends to identify its destination.
Figure 5-7
Step 1
Connect the 10/100 Base-T RJ-45 connector to the NCT1902 NC card M-ETH receptacle.
Step 2
Arrange the cable and consolidate nicely.
Step 3
Connect the other end of the cable to the management network or your PC (crossover), e.g.
LAN.
NCT192 Management Ethernet Port Cabling
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Connecting the RJ-21 Subscriber Interface
Complete the following steps to connect the Telco-50 cable from RJ-21 Subscriber interface to the
MDF:
Figure 5-8
Step 1
Attach the Telco-50 champ cable to connect from NCT192 RJ-21 to the NCT192S where
the RJ-21 sockets with “ADSL” labels.
Step 2
Attach the Telco-50 champ cable to connect from NCT192S (rear-end) RJ-21 to the
Subscriber MDF where the RJ-21 sockets with “Line” labels.
Step 3
Attach the Telco-50 champ cable to connect from NCT192S (front-end) RJ-21 to the PSTN
MDF where the RJ-21 sockets with “Phone” labels.
Step 4
Screw tight the Telco-50 champ with RJ-21 connect socket, make sure the connection is
tight enough due to cabling.
Step 5
Repeat Step 1 through Step 4 for each RJ-21 socket as necessary.
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Connecting the Network Uplink Interface
Complete the following steps to connect the Gigabit Ethernet fiber optic cable.
We recommend that you label each data cable at both ends to identify its destination.
Figure 5-9
Step 1
Connect one end of the fiber optic cable to the mini-GBIC SFP module on the NCT1902
front panel.
Step 2
Connect the other end of fiber optic cable to the Layer 2/Layer 3 switch routers or ODF of
provider’s IP network.
Front Panel RJ-45 Network Uplink Cabling for NCT192
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Attach and Apply the Power
Complete the instruction below to connect the VDC power and ground your NCT192.
Figure 5-10
VDC Power Connection for NCT192
Step 1
Ensure the power button is set to the off position.
Step 2
Use a flat-head screwdriver to turn all three screws on the terminal block counterclockwise
to open the terminal connectors, GND (positive), -48V (negative), and ground.
Step 3
Insert the end of the wire into the corresponded receptacle with the terminal block on the
PEM. The stripped part of the wire must be fully inserted into the terminal block, so that no
bare wire is exposed.
Step 4
Ensure that no wire stands are left outside the connector.
Step 5
Pull on the wire to verify that it is held firmly in place.
Step 6
Make sure that the other end of the grounding wire is connected to ground at the VDC
power source.
Step 7
If you are connecting a second power source, repeat Step 2 to Step 6 for the second PEM.
Step 8
Turn on the breakers on the front panel of power module.
Step 9
Visually check that the Power LED at front panel is On.
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General Troubleshooting
This chapter explains how to troubleshoot the NCT192 system.
The PWR LED Does Not Turn On
The card module PWR LED does not turn on after installed.
Step 1
Ensure the power wires are properly connected to the power terminal and the power supply
is operating normally. Make sure you are using the correct power source.
Step 2
Make sure the power wires are connected properly.
Step 3
Make sure the card module is properly installed in the shelf.
Step 4
Make sure the power fuses are not burnt-out, replace any burnt out fuses.
Step 5
The LED itself or the unit may be faulty; contact your vendor.
The Alarm Status LED is On
The alarm status LED contains CR (Critical), MJ (Major), and MN (Minor) alarm of system itself, the
CR alarm lights when the system is overheated and/or the system fans are not working properly and/or
voltage readings are outside the tolerance range.
The ALM (alarm) LEDs on the NC/LC cards light when the card is overheated and/or voltage readings
are outside the tolerance range.
Step 1
Check the system active alarm status from NCT192 LCT or CLI Ex mode to verify the
cause of the alarm.
Step 2
Ensure the system is installed in a well-ventilated area and that normal operation of the
fans is not inhibited. Keep the front, rear sides clear of obstructions and away from the
exhaust of other equipment.
Step 3
Make sure you can feel and/or hear the fans working, working fans emit a low buzz and
blow air of system outtake vent. If the fans are not working properly, contact your vendor.
Step 4
If the voltage levels are outside the allowed range, take a screen shot from NCT192 LCT
or CLI Ex configuration screen and report to your vendor.
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The xDSL LED Does Not Turn On
The xDSL LEDs shows the operational status of the xDSL port connections, if an xDSL LED is off, it
means the connection link to the adjacent CPE is down.
Step 1
Ensure that all hardware connections are properly mode (including the CPE on the
subscriber’s side) and that all devices are turned on.
Step 2
Make sure the corresponding xDSL port is enabled.
Step 3
Check the xDSL line pin assignments. Refer to “NCT192 System Installation Guide”.
Step 4
Check the telephone wire connections between the CPE and the MDF(s).
Step 5
Check the telephone wire and connections between the MDF(s) and CO LINE port(s).
Step 6
Check the telephone wire mapping on the MDF(s).
Step 7
Make sure the configuration of line rate is trainable between the NCT192 and the CPE.
Step 8
If the line quality is low, you may need to reduce the line rate. Refer to “NCT192 System
Configuration Guide”.
No Voice on an ADSL Connection
The NCT1901S allow the telephone wiring used for ADSL connections, it also simultaneously carry
normal voice conversations.
Step 1
Make sure the subscriber has a POTS splitter properly installed.
Step 2
Check the telephone wire connections between the subscriber and the MDF(s).
Step 3
Check the telephone wire and connections between the MDF(s) and subscriber CPE
port(s).
Step 4
Check the telephone wire and connections between the MDF(s) and the CO (LINE and
POTS) port(s)
Step 5
Check the connection from the MDF(s) to the PBX or PSTN or ISDN switch
Step 6
Make sure the in-house wiring works and is connected properly.
Step 7
Repeat the steps above using a different ADSL port.
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The Network Uplink is Down
The NCT1902 NC card provides pluggable socket for high performance of Gigabit Ethernet
mini-GBIC SFP module, there are two LEDs to indicate the Network uplink interface.
Step 1
Make sure the mini-GBIC SFP module is installed properly.
Step 2
Make sure the fiber optic cable is connecting properly with the mini-GBIC SFP.
Step 3
If the LOS LED is light; check the fiber optic Tx and Rx pair is reverse with peer
equipment.
Step 4
Make sure the peer equipment has it port interface enabled.
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System Connector Pin-Outs
Appendix A
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System Connector Pin-Outs
NCT192 IP-DSLAM System connector Pin-outs contains RJ-21 subscriber connector, RS-232 DB-9
local craft management and RJ-45 Management Ethernet interface.
A.1
RJ-21 xDSL Connector Port Mapping
The female RJ-21 (Champ) subscriber connectors are located at the rear of shelf chassis.
Table A-1 shows subscriber connectors correspond to ports on every slot.
Figure A-1
RJ-21 xDSL Subscriber Connector
Table A-1
RJ-21 xDSL Connector Pin Assignment
Line Port
Champ Pin
Tip
Ring
1 / 25
1
26
2 / 26
2
27
3 / 17
3
28
4 / 28
4
29
5 / 29
5
30
6 / 30
6
31
7 / 31
7
32
8 / 32
8
33
9 / 33
9
34
10 / 34
10
35
11 / 35
11
36
12 / 36
12
37
13 / 37
13
38
14 / 38
14
39
15 / 39
15
40
16 / 40
16
41
17 / 41
17
42
18 / 42
18
43
19 / 43
19
44
20 / 44
20
45
21 / 45
21
46
22 / 46
22
47
23 / 47
23
48
24 / 48
24
49
None
25
50
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Standard Telco Color Chart
Table A-2 lists the reference colors that are used for the NCT192 IP-DSLAM system cables.
Table A-2
Telco Color Chart Mapping Table
Wire Color
LINE
/POTS
Ports
Pin No.
Blue
1
White
26
Orange
2
White
27
Green
3
White
28
Brown
4
White
29
Grey
5
White
30
White/Blue
6
White
31
Orange/Blue
7
White
32
Green/Blue
8
White
33
Brown/Blue
9
White
34
Grey/Blue
10
White
35
White/Orange
11
White
36
Orange/Green
12
White
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ADSL
Port No.
P1 or P25
P2 or P26
P3 or P27
P4 or P28
P5 or P29
P6 or P30
P7 or P31
P8 or P32
P9 or P33
P10 or P34
P11 or P35
P12 or P36
Wire Color
LINE /
POTS
Ports
Pin No.
ADSL
Port No.
White
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P13 or P37
Orange/Grey
14
White
39
White/Green
15
White
40
Green/Brown
16
White
41
Grey/Green
17
White
42
White/Brown
18
White
43
Brown/Grey
19
White
44
White/Grey
20
White
45
Blue
21
Yellow
46
Orange
22
Yellow
47
Green
23
Yellow
48
Brown
24
Yellow
49
Grey
25
P14 or P38
P15 or P39
P16 or P40
P17 or P41
P18 or P42
P19 or P43
P20 or P44
P21 or P45
P22 or P46
P23 or P47
P24 or P48
Nil/Nil
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A.3
System Connector Pin-Outs
RJ-45 Management Ethernet Connector Pin-Outs
The Management Ethernet port, a 10/100 Base-T interface with RJ-45 receptacle connector is on the
NCT1902 NC card faceplate.
It is used to connect the NCT192 to the management station. Table A-3 shows the pin assignments of
RJ-45 Ethernet interface.
Figure A-2
RJ-45 Ethernet Connector
Table A-3
RJ-45 Ethernet Connector Pin Assignment
Pine
Description
1
Tx +
2
Tx -
3
Rx +
4
None
5
None
6
Rx -
7
None
8
None
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Local Console DB-9 Connector Pin-Outs
DB-9 connector on the NCT1902 NC card faceplate is use for Console management, a female DB-9
connector is use to connect on PC’s COM port. Table A-4 list the pin assignment of DB-9 local
console interface.
The attribute of DB-9 connector is RS-232 DTE interface.
Figure A-3
Female DB-9 Connector
Table A-4
Female DB-9 Connector Pin Assignment
Pine
Description
1
None
2
RD
3
TD
4
DTR
5
GND
6
None
7
RTS
8
None
9
None
Abbreviations and Acronyms
Appendix B
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Abbreviations and Acronyms
The abbreviations and acronyms used in this document.
Table B-1
Abbreviations and Acronyms Table
Abbreviations
Full Name
AAL
ATM Adaptation Layer
ADSL
Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line
AIS
Alarm Indication Signal
ATM
Asynchronous Transfer Mode
ATU-C
ADSL Transceiver Unit at the central office end
ATU-R
ADSL Transceiver Unit at the remote end
CBR
Constant Bit Rate
CV
Coding Violation
DSLAM
Digital Subscriber Line Access Multiplexer
ES
Error Seconds
EOA
Ethernet over ATM
GE
Gigabit Ethernet
IP
Internet Protocol
LAN
Local Area Network
LOF
Loss of Frame
LOS
Loss of Signal
LPR
Loss of Power
OAM
Operation, Administration, and Maintenance
PCR
Peak Cell Rate
PSD
Power Spectral Density
PVC
Permanent Virtual Channel
rtVBR
Real time Variable Bit Rate
SCR
Sustainable Cell Rate
SNR
Signal-to Noise Ratio
SNMP
Simple Network Management Protocol
UAS
Unavailable Seconds
UBR
Unspecified Bit Rate
VC
Virtual Channel
VCI
Virtual Channel Identify
VCL
Virtual Channel Link
VDSL
Very high-speed Digital Subscriber Line
VLAN
Virtual Local Area Network
VP
Virtual Path
VPI
Virtual Path Identifier
VTU-O
VDSL Transmission Unit at the Optical network interface
VTU-R
VDSL Transmission Unit at the remote end
WAN
Wide Area Network
xDSL
ADSL/VDSL
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(1) This unit shall be connected to the Telecommunication Network through a line cord which meets the requirements of the ACA TS008 Standard.
(2) This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the Standards for C-Tick and or A-Tick as set by the ACA . These standards are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can
radiate radio noise and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions detailed within this manual, may cause interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur with the installation of this product in your home or office. If this
equipment does cause some degree of interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and
on, we encourage the user to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
•
Change the direction or relocate the receiving antenna.
•
Increase the separation between this equipment and the receiver.
•
Connect the equipment to an alternate power outlet on a different power circuit from that to which the receiver/TV is connected.
•
Consult an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
(3) The power supply that is provided with this unit is only intended for use with this product. Do not use this power supply with any other product or
do not use any other power supply that is not approved for use with this product by NetComm. Failure to do so may cause damage to this
product, fire or result in personal injury.
Product Warranty
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including producing such evidence of purchase as NetComm
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materials or labour.
6. The customer is responsible for the security of their computer and network at all times. Security features may be disabled within the factory
default settings. NetComm recommends that you enable these features to enhance your security.
The warranty is automatically voided if:
1. You, or someone else, use the product, or attempts to use it, other than as specified by NetComm;
2. The fault or defect in your product is the result of a voltage surge subjected to the product either by the way of power supply or communication
line, whether caused by thunderstorm activity or any other cause(s);
3. The fault is the result of accidental damage or damage in transit, including but not limited to liquid spillage;
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To the extent permitted by the Relevant Acts, in relation to your product and any other materials provided with the product (“the Goods”) the liability of
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•
Replacement of the Goods; or
•
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•
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•
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within 30 days of the original purchase by registering on-line via the NetComm web site at
www.netcomm.com.au
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online at the NetComm website www.netcomm.com.au.
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Note: NetComm Technical Support for this product only covers the basic installation and features outlined in the Quick Start Guide. For further information regarding the advanced features of this product, please refer to the configuring
sections in the User Guide or contact a Network Specialist.
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