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Adtran 1000 Owner manual
Section 61179112L1-5A
Issue 1, September 2002
CLEI Code: VAC25OPG_ _
Total Access® 1000 DSLAM ATM Bank Controller Unit
Installation and Operation
CONTENTS
1. GENERAL ................................................................... 1
2. INSTALLATION .......................................................... 2
3. PROVISIONING ......................................................... 2
4. SPECIFICATIONS ..................................................... 14
5. MAINTENANCE ....................................................... 14
6. WARRANTY AND CUSTOMER SERVICE ............ 15
Figures
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Figure 14.
ATM BCU
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NETWORK
TEST
Total Access 1000 ATM BCU ........................... 1
Total Access 1000 DSLAM Menu Tree ............ 4
ATM Port Management Menu .......................... 5
ATM PVC/PVP Management Menu ................. 6
ATM Traffic Parameter Defaults Menu ............ 6
IMA Facilities Menu ......................................... 7
IMA Group Menu ............................................. 8
Group FM Status Screen ................................... 8
All Links FM Status Screen .............................. 9
Present PM Statistics Screen for All IMA
Links ................................................................. 9
LIU Status Screen ........................................... 11
LIU PM Statistics ........................................... 11
Quad ADSL Status Screen .............................. 13
Quad ADSL Circuit Overview Screen ............ 13
Tables
Table 1. Compliance Codes ................................................ 2
Table 2. LED Indication ..................................................... 2
Table 3. Specifications ...................................................... 14
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Figure 1. Total Access 1000 ATM BCU
Features
The Total Access 1000 ATM BCU, P/N 1179112L1,
includes the following features:
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1. GENERAL
This practice provides installation and operation
procedures for the ADTRAN Total Access 1000 ATM
Bank Controller Unit (BCU) common module, List 1.
The Total Access 1000 ATM BCU module is
designed specifically for the ADTRAN Total Access
1000 DSLAM and is not used in any other product.
Figure 1 is an illustration of the Total Access 1000
ATM BCU.
Revision History
This is the initial release of this document. Future
revisions to this document will be explained in this
subsection.
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Controls all common equipment and access
modules.
Provides cell switching and shaping.
Performs Inverse Multiplexing over ATM.
Provides interface for provisioning and retrieval
of performance monitoring data and alarm
information.
LED IMA status test indication.
UL 1950 compliant.
Meets NEBS Level 3 requirements.
General Description
The Total Access 1000 ATM BCU is a common
module plug-in unit designed for the Total Access
1000 DSLAM. The BCU provides ATM cell routing
and control functions for the Total Access 1000
DSLAM common units and all individual access
modules. A front panel ADMIN DB-9 provides
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access for a VT100 terminal for screen menu
provisioning. A network LED shows status
information for the network IMA connection. The
unit inserts directly in the BCU slot on the Total
Access 1000 DSLAM shelf.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference,
and (2) this device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by
ADTRAN could void the user's authority to operate
this equipment.
Functional Description
The Total Access 1000 BCU provisions, operates,
monitors, and tests all Total Access 1000 DSLAM
access modules including Quad ADSL, Quad H2LIU,
and PSU. The ATM BCU Provides the ATM
switching fabric for the system.
2. INSTALLATION
C A U T I O N !
SUBJECT TO ELECTROSTATIC DAMAGE
OR DECREASE IN RELIABILITY.
HANDLING PRECAUTIONS REQUIRED.
After unpacking the unit, inspect it for damage. If
damage is noted, file a claim with the carrier, then
contact ADTRAN. Refer to Warranty and Customer
Service.
The Total Access 1000 ATM BCU plugs directly into
the BCU slot in the common module area of the Total
Access 1000 DSLAM chassis. To insert, hold the unit
by the front panel while supporting the bottom side.
Align the card edges to the guide grooves for the
designated slot. Insert into the chassis until the edge
connector seats firmly into the backplane. Lock the
unit in place by pushing in on the locking lever.
Compliance Codes
This product is intended to be installed in products
providing Type “B” or “E” enclosure, and in a
Restricted Access Location. See Table 1.
Table 1. Compliance Codes
Code
Power Code (PC)
Telecommunication Code (TC)
Installation Code (IC)
2
Input
Output
C
–
A
C
–
–
Front Panel LEDs
The network LED labeled NETWORK on the front
panel of the ATM BCU provides status information
for the network DS1 IMA using a color-coded
message format. The TEST LED provides test status
information for the network and access modules. See
Table 2.
Table 2. LED Indication
LED
Indication Description
NETWORK GREEN
RED
YELLOW
TEST
All IMA links functional
No IMA link established
IMA is functional, but one or
more links are down
Self-test diagnostics pass
GREEN
RED
Failure indicated
YELLOW Failure indicated
Failure indicated
OFF
3. PROVISIONING
ADMIN Port
The ADMIN interface (DB-9 connector) on the Total
Access 1000 DSLAM ATM BCU is used to change
provisioning options, obtain access module status
through menu screens, and initiate tests on circuits.
To access the menu screens, connect a VT100
terminal or computer running a terminal emulation
program to the craft interface port using a standard
male-to-female RS-232, DB-9 cable. Craft port
settings are as follows:
• 9600 Baud
• No parity
• 8 Data bits
• 1 Stop bit
CAUTION
The ATM BCU retains provisioning setup when
removed from the chassis. If inserted into another
chassis, the provisioning setup is invoked on
that chassis’ access modules.
Windows HyperTerminal
Windows HyperTerminal can be used as a VT100
terminal emulation program. Open HyperTerminal by
selecting PROGRAMS / ACCESSORIES /
HYPERTERMINAL. Refer to the Help section of
HyperTerminal for additional questions.
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NOTE
To ensure proper display background in
Windows HyperTerminal, select VT100 terminal
emulation under SETTINGS.
Password
The default Account Names are ADMIN,
READWRITE, and READONLY in all capital letters.
NOTE
All Account Names and Passwords are case
sensitive. The default Account Names and
Passwords should be entered in UPPER CASE.
The factory default Password is PASSWORD in all
capital letters for all default Account Names. Each
Account Name has a different permission level.
ADMIN, by default, is the System Administrator login
and allows provisioning of every provisionable option.
The READWRITE Account Name corresponds to the
Technician login, and restricts the user from making
changes to accounts, but allows provisioning of most
provisionable options that correspond to services
provided by the Total Access 1000 DSLAM. The
READONLY Account Name is just that, an account
that allows read-only access to the Total Access 1000
Menus. Each password can be changed to a userselected password if desired. To prevent a remote
user from not being able to access the menus of the
Total Access 1000 DSLAM after a user has accessed
the craft port, a timed auto-logout will logout the last
user after approximately eight minutes of keyboard
inactivity. If this happens during provisioning, simply
logon to the system again and continue from the last
completed provisioning change.
Menu Navigation
To traverse through the menus, type the number
corresponding to the desired selection and press
<Enter>. On some options, it is necessary to press the
space bar to scroll through available options and press
<Enter> when the correct option is shown. Fields that
need a manual entry are completed by pressing the
space bar to initiate the entry, type the entry, then
press <Enter> to complete the entry. While viewing
any sublevel menu, the <Esc> key may be used to
move up one level or to correct an incorrect entry
(before pressing <Enter>). See Figure 2 for the Total
Access 1000 DSLAM menu tree.
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Module Provisioning
System Provisioning
The ATM BCU provides the system level
provisioning for the Total Access 1000 DSLAM.
System Level menus include Bank Controller Unit,
Line Interface Unit, Access Modules, System Alarms,
Configuration Prompt, and Contact Information. Each
of these individual menus is available for selection
upon a successful logon to the Total Access 1000
DSLAM. Provisioning for the BCU, LIU, and Access
Modules is covered in the following subsections. The
System Alarms menu provides real-time information
concerning both acknowledged and unacknowledged
alarms for the Total Access 1000 DSLAM. Each
alarm is displayed with a date and time stamp, the
Level of the alarm (Critical, Major, Minor, Alert, or
Info), and an Event Description. The Configuration
Prompt provides access to a command line driven
menu system. This provisioning option will be
discussed in one of the following subsections. The
Contact Information Menu provides ADTRAN’s
contact information and can not be edited.
ATM Bank Controller Unit
The menus for the ATM BCU are accessed by logging
onto the system and selecting the option
corresponding to Bank Controller Unit from the Main
Menu. Menus provided by the BCU include
Configuration, Circuit Management, and System
Management.
Configuration Menu
The Configuration Menu for the ATM BCU provides
the following information:
• Unit Name
• CLEI Code
• Part Number
• Product Revision
• Software Revision
This information can not be manually edited;
however, when a software upgrade is performed, the
software revision field will reflect the new version.
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IMA Group
1. IMA Facility
Unassigned
Pass Through
Login
Account Name
Password
1. ATM Port Management View
1. Bank Controller Unit
1. Configuration
2. Circuit Management
1. Present
IMA Transmit ID (0-255)
2. Previous
IMA TX Frame Length
2. ATM PVC/PVP Management
2. IMA Group
3. ATM Traffic Parameter
Max. Link Diff. Delay (0-100)
2. Provisioning
3. Status/Failure Monitoring
4. IMA
1. Present
1. Group - 1
3. IMA Links
2. All Links
4. Performance Monitoring Data
2. Previous
Out of Service - Unassigned
Data
Out of Service - Maintenance
Disable
In Service
2. Force Facility - 0 Inti Pass Through (PHY 0)
2. TX DRAM Test
4. Shortcut Setup
3. Force Facility - 1 Inti Pass Through (PHY 0)
4. Force Facility - 2 Inti Pass Through (PHY 0)
1. Set Password
5. Force Facility - 3 Inti Pass Through (PHY 0)
2. Auto Logout
3. Restore Factory Default
6. Force Facilities Into IMA Group - 1
1. IP Address
1. Enable
5. IMA Group
2. Disable
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3. VPI
2. IP Address
6. Restore Factory Default
4. VCI
5.Peak Cell Rate
3. System Management
6. Remote IP Address
1. Adjust Time
3. Time/Date
2. Adjust Date
1. 9600
2. 19200
4. Baud Rate
3. 38400
1. Upload New Code
5. Upload New Code
2. Exit
1. Configuration
1. NIU Loopback
2. Provisioning (Choose loop 1 - 4)
2. Loopback Time Out
3. Framing Mode
2. Line Interface Unit
3. Status
1. Access Module in Slot 1
2. Access Module in Slot 2
4. Access Module in Slot 4
5. Access Module in Slot 5
6. Access Module in Slot 6
4. System Alarm
1. Clear
1. Zero Registers
1. SF
2. ESF
1. None
2. 20 Minutes
3. 60 Minutes
4. 120 Minutes
2. H2TU-R Loop Up Network - Loop 2
3. H2TU-R Loop Up Network - Loop 3
4. Test
4. H2TU-R Loop Up Network - Loop 4
5. H2TU-R Loop Down Network - All Loops
6. H2TU-R Loop Up Backplane - All Loops
7. H2TU-R Loop Down Backplane - All Loops
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1. Reset Data
5. Performance
6. Contact Information
7. Logoff
2. Disable
2. Restart Min/Max
2. Next Page
5. Configuration Prompt
1. Enable
1. H2TU-R Loop Up Network - Loop 1
3. Access Module in Slot 3
3. Access Module
Out of Service - Maintenance
Groupe Operation Mode
1. Force All Facilities Into Unassigned
1. RX DRAM Test
5. IMA Disgnostic Testing
1. Password Control
Min. TX Active Link
Min. RX Active Link
1. Configuration
2. 15 Min Data
3. 24 Hr Data
6. Code Upload
Figure 9. Total Access 1000 DSLAM Menu Tree
Circuit Management Menu
The Circuit Management Menu for the ATM BCU
allows the user to adjust the settings that effect the
ATM traffic handled by the Total Access 1000
DSLAM. This includes provisioning Permanent
Virtual Circuits/Permanent Virtual Paths (PVC/PVP),
ATM ports, and IMA Facilities. The Circuit
Management menu has four submenus including the
following:
• ATM Port Management
• ATM PVC/PVP Management
• ATM Traffic Parameter Defaults
• IMA
The ATM Port Management submenu, shown in
Figure 3, allows the user to select what type of
signaling is used for each specific port, enable or
disable the Interim Link Management Interface
(ILMI) for each port, add/modify the PVC/PVPs for
each port, and view each port’s performance
monitoring statistics.
Total Access 1000 (ATM)
Unacknowledged Alarms: Major
ATM Port Provisioning
Card
BCU
1
1
1
1
3
3
3
3
5
5
5
5
Port
Netw
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
Signaling
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
ILMI
Total PVP/PVC
Disable
0/3
Disable
0/1
Disable
0/1
Disable
0/1
Disable
0/0
Disable
0/0
Disable
0/0
Disable
0/0
Disable
0/0
Disable
0/0
Disable
0/0
Disable
0/0
Disable
0/0
ATM Port Stats
View
View
View
View
View
View
View
View
View
View
View
View
View
Press the Enter key to view statistics for this card/port
Figure 3. ATM Port Management Menu
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The ATM PVC/PVP Management submenu, shown in
Figure 4, allows the user to provision PVC/PVPs for
each port. (This is the same menu that can be
accessed from the ATM Port Management Menu.)
PVC/PVP Management - Card: All
1
2
3
Circuit ID
ADSLloop1
ADSLloop2
ADSLloop3
The ATM Traffic Parameter Defaults submenu allows
the user to provision default settings for each type of
PVC/PVP that is to be provided from the Total Access
1000 DSLAM. See Figure 5. The default settings for
each service type should be provisioned to match the
commonly used settings for that type. Each PVC/PVP
that needs special settings may be edited on a per
PVC/PVP basis. Settings changed when provisioning
the individual PVC/PVP override the corresponding
default setting.
Port: All
Endpoint 1
Card Port VPI
BCU Netw 0
BCU Netw 0
BCU Netw 0
Endpoint 2
VCI <-> Card Port VPI
100
1
1
0
101
1
2
0
102
1
3
0
VCI
35
35
35
Circuit ID: ADSLloop1
Pkt Discard Tagging
Done?
Select:
Enabled
N/A
No
Endpoint1 -> Endpoint2
Endpoint2 -> Endpoint1
Service
PCR(0+1)
PCR(0+1)
1
UBR
Best Effort
Best Effort
Endpoint 1: Card Port VPI
VCI <-> Endpoint 2: Card Port VPI
VCI
BCU Netw 0
100
1
1
0
35
Enter # or use arrow keys to pick circuit; space bar for choices or c,d,m,n,p,t
Figure 4. ATM PVC/PVP Management Menu
Total Access 1000 (ATM)
Unacknowledged Alarms: Major
ATM Traffic Parameter Defaults
Endpoint 1 -> Endpoint 2
Traffic Type PCR(0) PCR(0+1) SCR(0) SCR(0+1) MBS(0) MBS(0+1)
UBR
N/A
Best Eff N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
CBR
N/A
0
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
VBR-rt
N/A
0
N/A
0
N/A
0
VBR-nrt
N/A
0
N/A
0
N/A
0
UBR
CBR
VBR-rt
VBR-nrt
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
(Both Directions)
Tagging Pkt Discard
N/A
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
Endpoint 2 -> Endpoint 1
Best Eff N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
0
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
0
N/A
0
N/A
0
0
N/A
0
N/A
0
Note: This screen allows modification of the DEFAULT settings of the
various traffic parameters. These settings can be overridden on
a per PVC/PVP basis in the PVC/PVP Management menu.
Figure 5. ATM Traffic Parameter Defaults Menu
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The IMA submenu provides additional submenus
including:
• Configuration
• Provisioning
• Status / Failure Monitoring
• Performance Monitoring Data
• IMA Diagnostic Testing
The IMA Configuration submenu provides
information concerning the IMA revision, version and
type. The IMA Configuration Menu is a read-only
screen that can only be updated by installing new
software revisions.
The IMA Provisioning submenu allows the user to
view and make changes to IMA Facilities, IMA
Groups and IMA Links. The IMA Provisioning Menu
also provides a shortcut setup menu that allows the
user to easily place all IMA Facilities into group 1,
unassign all facilities, or put each facility in passthrough. The IMA Provisioning Menu also allows the
user to enable or disable scrambling on the IMA
signal. This option must match the setting on the
Network end of the IMA loop. Each of the individual
IMA Facilities may be placed in the IMA Group,
Unassigned State, or Pass-Through State via the IMA
Facilities submenu. See Figure 6.
Total Access 1000 (ATM)
Unacknowledged Alarms: None
IMA Facility Provisioning
Receive Mode
Transmit Mode
Facility(0)
IMA_Group
IMA_Group
Receive Group
Receive Link ID
Receive ATM Address
1
0
N/A
Transmit Group
Transmit Link ID
Transmit ATM Address
1
0
N/A
Facility(1)
IMA_Group
IMA_Group
1
Facility(2)
IMA_Group
IMA_Group
Facility(3)
IMA_Group
IMA_Group
N/A
1
1
N/A
1
2
N/A
1
1
N/A
1
2
N/A
1
3
N/A
Figure 6. IMA Facilities Menu
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The IMA Group sub-menu, shown in Figure 7, allows
the user to make changes to the following options:
• IMA Transmit ID
• IMA TX Frame Length
• Minimum TX Active Lengths
• Minimum RX Active Lengths
• Maximum Length Differential Delay
• Group Operation Mode
The IMA Links submenu allows the user to enable or
disable the TX and/or RX portions of each IMA link
individually. All the options, provisionable under the
IMA menu, may be set to the factory default settings
by choosing the option corresponding to Restore
Factory Defaults on the IMA Provisioning Menu.
The IMA Status / Failure Monitoring (FM) Menu
allows the user to view statistics vital to successful
operation of the Total Access 1000 DSLAM. This
menu provides a high-level look at the IMA Group or
a detailed look at the IMA Links. The Group FM
Status Screen is shown in Figure 8.
Total Access 1000 (ATM)
Unacknowledged Alarms: None
IMA Group Provisioning
IMA Transmit ID (0-255)
IMA TX Frame Length
MRX Active Links
Max. Link Diff. Delay (0-100)
Group Operation Mode
1
128
1
1
100
Out of Service - Maintenance
Note: Changing ID or Frame Length requires that All Facilities be UNASSIGNED !
Figure 7. IMA Group Menu
Total Access 1000 (ATM)
Unacknowledged Alarms: None
2/06/02
11:07
IMA Group 1 Failure Monitoring Status
NE Group State
FE Group State
NE Failure Status
FE Failure Status
Link With Least Delay
Max Link Differential Delay
Configured TX Links
Active Tx Links
Configured RX Links
Active Rx Links
Group Traffic State Machine
FE Failure Data
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
Operational
Operational
No Failure
No Failure
3
0
4
4
4
4
Up
Available
‘?’ - System Help Screen
Figure 8. Group FM Status Screen
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The All Links FM Status Screen is shown in Figure 9.
The IMA Performance Monitoring Data Menu
provides the user with present PM statistics, as well as
PM statistics for the previous 6 hours. An example of
the Present PM Screen for All Links is shown in
Figure 10.
Total Access 1000 (ATM)
Unacknowledged Alarms: None
NE Tx State :
NE Rx State :
FE Tx State :
FE Rx State :
NE Rx Failure :
FE Rx Failure :
Relative Delay :
Rx LIF Defect :
Rx LODS Defect :
The IMA Diagnostic Testing Menu provides the
ability to run both transmit and receive DRAM tests.
These tests are destructive and therefore can ONLY be
run while all IMA Facilities are unassigned.
2/06/02
11:08
Link - 0
Link - 1
Link - 2
Link - 3
Active
Active
Active
Active
No Failure
No Failure
0
Active
Active
Active
Active
No Failure
No Failure
0
Active Status
Active
Active
Active
No Failure
No Failure
0
Active
Active
Active
Active
No Failure
No Failure
0
‘?’ - System Help Screen
Figure 9. All Links FM Status Screen
Total Access 1000 (ATM)
Unacknowledged Alarms: None
2/06/02
13:02
IMA Link PM Data - Present
IMA Violations
NE Sev. Err. Sec.
NE Unavail. Sec.
NE Tx Unusable Sec.
NE Rx Unusable Sec.
NE Tx Failures
NE Rx Failures
OIF Anomalies
Tx Stuffs
Rx Stuffs
FE Sev. Err. Sec.
FE Unavail. Sec.
FE Tx Unusable Sec.
FE Rx Unusable Sec.
FE Tx Failures
FE Rx Failures
Link - 0
: 0
: 0
: 0
: 0
: 0
: 0
: 0
: 0
: 1634
: 1634
: 0
: 0
: 0
: 0
: 0
: 0
Link - 1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1634
1633
0
0
0
0
0
0
Link - 2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1633
1634
0
0
0
0
0
0
Link - 3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1634
1634
0
0
0
0
0
0
‘?’ - System Help Screen
Figure 10. Present PM Statistics Screen for All IMA Links
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System Management Menu
The System Management Menu allows the user to
modify non-service affecting parameters of the ATM
BCU. Parameters that may be adjusted via the System
Management Menu include the following:
• Passwords
• IP Address and Management PVC
• Time and Date
• Craft Port Baud Rate
The Password Control submenu allows the user to
provision three passwords, each with a different
permission level. There are three permission levels
offered: Read Only, Technician, and System
Administrator. This is explained in detail in the
Password subsection of this document (previous).
The IP Address submenu allows the user to provision
the management PVC, the IP parameters for
management, and it displays the MAC Address for the
ATM BCU. These parameters must be provisioned
before the system may be remotely managed through
in-band Telnet.
The Time/Date submenu allows the user to set the date
and time. The date in entered in a MM/DD/YY format
and the time is entered in a 24hr clock manner.
The Baud Rate submenu allows the user to set the
baud rate of the craft port to 9600, 19200, or 38400
bps. The terminal or terminal emulator program must
be set at the matching baud rate to achieve
communication with the Total Access 1000 DSLAM.
The System Management Menu also allows the user to
upgrade the software for the ATM BCU. New
software may be uploaded using a Craft port or Telnet
connection with Y-modem protocol.
The LIU Configuration Menu allows the user to view
general information about the unit including unit
name, part number, CLEI code, and revision numbers.
The LIU Configuration Menu is a read-only screen
that is only updated when new software revisions are
installed.
The LIU Provisioning Menu allows the user to view
and make changes to options concerning each HDSL2
port. The LIU Provisioning Menu provides an NIU
Loopback submenu, a Loopback Timeout submenu,
and a Framing Mode submenu. The NIU Loopback
submenu allows the user to enable or disable each
loop’s response to loopback codes. The first screen
that is shown is for Loop 1. Other Loops may be
accessed by using N for Next and P for the previous
Loop. When NIU Loopback is Enabled, the unit will
accept and act upon loopback codes sent from the
network. When NIU Loopback is Disabled, loopback
codes are ignored. The Loopback Timeout submenu
allows the user to set a Loopback Timeout for each
port. The Loopback Timeout may be set to None, 20
Minutes, 60 Minutes, or 120 Minutes and dictates the
maximum time that a circuit may remain in the
loopback condition. The Framing Mode submenu
allows the user to choose between SuperFrame (SF)
and Extended SuperFrame (ESF) framing for each
HDSL2 Port.
The LIU Status Menu provides the user to with
statistics vital to successful operation of the Total
Access 1000 DSLAM. This menu provides signal
quality statistics in terms of Margin (current/
minimum/maximum) for each HDSL2 loop.
Attenuation (current/maximum), Errored Seconds
(ES), Severely Errored Seconds (SES), and
Unavailable Seconds (UAS) for the last 15 minute
interval are also revealed on the LIU Status Screen.
Line Interface Unit
The menus for the LIU are accessed by logging onto
the system and selecting the option corresponding to
Line Interface Unit from the Main Menu. Menus
provided by the LIU include Configuration,
Provisioning, Status, Test, Performance, and Code
Upload.
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An example of the LIU Status Screen is shown in
Figure 11.
The LIU Test Menu allows the user to invoke a
Network Loopback for each individual port or a
Backplane Loopback, which puts a Line Loopback on
all ports at once.
The LIU Performance Menu provides the user with
present PM statistics (within the last 15 minutes), as
well as PM statistics for the previous 24 hours.
Statistics may be viewed in 15-minute intervals
(previous three hours) or in daily intervals (one 24-hr
period). An example of the LIU Performance Screen
is shown in Figure 12.
Total Access 1000 (ATM)
HDSL2 Quad LIU Span Status
MARGIN(CUR/MIN/MAX):
ATTEN(CUR/MAX):
ES:
SES:
UAS:
Loop 1
-------16/00/17
00/01
000
000
000
H2TU-R
Loop 2
Loop 3
Loop 4
-------- ------- --------17/00/17 17/00/17 17/00/17
00/01
01/02
00/01
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
1. Zero Registers
2. Restart Min/Max
Selection :
Figure 11. LIU Status Screen
Total Access 1000 (ATM)
15 Minute H2TUR Loop 1 Performance Data
Menu
1. Reset Data
2. 15 Min Data
3. 24 Hr Data
13:30
13:15
13:00
12:45
12:30
12:15
12:00
11:45
11:30
11:15
11:00
10:45
ES
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
SES
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
UAS
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
Selection :
Next Loop(N)/Previous Loop(P)
Figure 12. LIU PM Statistics
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The LIU Code Upload Menu allows the user to
upgrade the software for the H2LIU. New software
may be uploaded using the Craft interface or Telnet
connection with Y-modem protocol.
Access Modules
The Access Modules Menu is the gateway to each of
the installed access modules in the Total Access 1000
DSLAM. Currently, ADTRAN offers the Quad
ADSL plus POTS Access Module. Documentation
concerning provisioning of existing access modules is
contained in the following subsections:
Quad ADSL Access Module
All Access Modules are accessed by logging onto the
Total Access 1000 DSLAM and selecting the option
corresponding to Access Modules, then selecting the
option corresponding to the appropriate Access
Module. The Quad ADSL plus POTS Access Module
provides the following menus:
• Configuration
• Provisioning
• Status
• Alarms
• Performance
• ATM Loopback
The ADSL Configuration Menu allows the user to
view general information about the unit including unit
name, part number, CLEI code, and revision numbers.
The ADSL Configuration menu is a read-only screen
that is only updated when new software revisions are
installed.
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The ADSL Provisioning Menu provides the three
submenus and an option to reset the module to the
factory default settings. The Line Provisioning
submenu provides access to each of the four ADSL
ports on the module. Each ADSL port is provisioned
separately to accommodate various CPE. Options
available for each port include Line Service State,
Rate Mode, Data Path Selection, Target Margin,
Minimum Transmit Rate, Minimum Receive Rate, and
Maximum Interleave Delay. These options should be
provisioned to match the CPE that is used at the
corresponding customer premises. The Flash Upload
submenu allows the user to perform a software update
using Y-modem protocol. The Card Service State
submenu allows the user to select between In Service,
Out of Service – Maintenance (OOS-M), and Out of
Service – Unassigned (OOS-U). The In Service state
provides full operation of the ADSL circuit. The
OOS-M service state allows the flow of ADSL traffic,
but does not provide alarms to the network. The
OOS-U service state restricts all traffic flow for the
individual ADSL port. The Reset to Factory Default
option resets all of the provisioning options for the
ADSL Access Module to the default settings.
The ADSL Status Menu provides status information
for each ADSL port. Three submenus, including
ADSL Status, Circuit Overview, and Service State
Status, provide access to various status information.
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The ADSL Status Screen, shown in Figure 13,
provides detailed information about each individual
port.
The Circuit Overview, shown in Figure 14, provides
a graphic representation of the status of each ADSL
port. The Service State Status shows the service state
of the ADSL module and each individual port.
Total Access 1000 (ATM)
ADSL Status
ADSL Line
Link Status
Downstream Rate
Upstream Rate
Downstream Margin
Upstream Margin
Downstream Power
Upstream Power
Downstream Attenuation
Upstream Attenuation
Max Downstream Rate
Max Upstream Rate
Downstream Actual Delay
Upstream Actual Delay
1
Up
8000 Kbps
992 Kbps
6.5 dB
6.0 dB
19.5 dB
11.9 dB
14.5 dB
16.0 dB
8128 Kbps
992 Kbps
0 ms
0 ms
2
Down
3
Down
4
Down
Figure 13. Quad ADSL Status Screen
Total Access 1000 (ATM)
Circuit Overview
__
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| |
______
| |
Down: 8000 Kbps | | In Sync
|
|
Down
| |
Up:
992 Kbps |1 |-------------| Quad |-------------|2 |
| |
| ADSL |
| |
|__|
|
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|__|
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__
| |
|
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Down:
| |
Down
|
|
Down
| |
Up:
|3 |-------------|
|-------------|4 |
| |
|______|
| |
|__|
|__|
Down:
Up:
Down:
Up:
Figure 14. Quad ADSL Circuit Overview Screen
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The ADSL Alarms Menu allows a user to view the
alarm status of each ADSL port, as well as, provision
thresholds for certain alarm conditions. Each ADSL
port has an upstream and downstream profile for
which threshold registers are provided for LOF, LOS,
LOL, and ES.
The ATM Loopback Menu is currently disabled.
System Alarms
The System Alarms Menu provides real-time
information concerning both acknowledged and
unacknowledged alarms for the Total Access 1000
DSLAM. Each alarm is displayed with a date and
time stamp, the Level of the alarm (Critical, Major,
Minor, Alert, or Info), and an Event Description.
Alarms may be cleared at any time by choosing the
Clear Alarm Log option from the System Alarms
Menu. Using this option clears both acknowledged
and unacknowledged alarms.
Configuration Prompt
The Configuration Prompt option on the main menu
provides access to command line driven provisioning
of the Total Access 1000 DSLAM. The Configuration
Prompt may be used to download provisioning scripts
so that no manual provisioning is needed. The
Configuration Prompt also allows the user to save a
configuration to another storage device for quick
restoration in the event of a loss of provisioning.
Instructions for using the Configuration Prompt are
provided upon selecting the Configuration Prompt
option from the main menu.
Contact Information
The Contact Information Menu provides contact
information for ADTRAN Technical Support and
Repair / CAPS, as well as, website addresses for
online support and firmware upgrades. This screen
can not be edited.
BCU
The Total Access 1000 DSLAM ATM BCU provides
IMA Diagnostic Testing consisting of Receive DRAM
Testing and Transmit DRAM Testing.
Self-Test
All modules perform a self-test when inserted into an
active Total Access 1000 DSLAM. The self-test
checks internal circuitry. If a module fails the selftest, that module’s LEDs will indicate the condition.
4. SPECIFICATIONS
See Table 3 for Total Access 1000 BCU
specifications.
Table 3. Specifications
Pin
Name
Description
1
R1-Ring1
Receive data from Network
DS1
2
T1-TIP1
Receive data from Network
DS1
3
Unused
4
R-Ring
Transmit data to Network
DS1
5
T-Tip
Transmit data to Network
DS1
6, 7, 8
Unused
5. MAINTENANCE
The Total Access 1000 DSLAM BCU does not
require maintenance for normal operation.
ADTRAN does not recommend that repairs be
attempted in the field. Repair services are obtained by
returning the defective unit to the ADTRAN Customer
Service department.
Logoff Option
Only one user may provision the Total Access 1000
DSLAM at a time; therefore, it is important to logoff
when finished provisioning so that the system may be
accessed remotely. There is an option to set a logoff
timeout so that a user that is logged on is
automatically logged off after a certain period of nonactive time. This option may be found by accessing
the Bank Controller Unit, selecting System
Management, followed by Password Control.
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6. WARRANTY AND CUSTOMER SERVICE
ADTRAN will replace or repair this product within
ten (10) years from the date of shipment if it does not
meet its published specifications or fails while in
service. Refer to ADTRAN U.S. and Canada Carrier
Networks Equipment Warranty, Document
60000087-10.
Contact Customer And Product Service (CAPS) prior
to returning equipment to ADTRAN. For service,
CAPS requests, or further information, contact one of
the following numbers:
ADTRAN Sales
Pricing/Availability
(800) 827-0807
ADTRAN Technical Support
Pre-sales Applications/Post-sales Technical Assistance
(800) 726-8663
Standard hours: Monday - Friday, 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. CST
Emergency hours: 7 days/week, 24 hours/day
ADTRAN Repair/CAPS
Return for Repair/Upgrade
(256) 963-8722
Repair and Return Address
ADTRAN, Inc.
CAPS Department
901 Explorer Boulevard
Huntsville, Alabama 35806-2807
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