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Adtran Total Access 1500 Installation and Maintenance
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List 1 CLEI Code: VAC1E40J_ _
List 2 CLEI Code: VAC1E4NJ_ _
List 3 CLEI Code: VAC1T4NJ_ _
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Total Access 1500 System Controller Unit
Installation and Maintenance Practice
CONTENTS
1. General .................................................................... 1
2. Installation............................................................... 2
3. Operation................................................................. 3
4. System Administration.......................................... 12
5. Maintenance .......................................................... 21
6. Specifications ........................................................ 21
7. Warranty and Customer Service ........................... 21
FIGURES
Figure 1. List 1, List 2, and List 3 SCU Front
Panels........................................................... 1
Figure 2. Total Access 1500 Main Menu.................... 7
Figure 3. SCU Menu Tree ........................................... 8
Figure 4. System Configuration Archive Menu ........ 13
Figure 5. SCA Autosave Provisioning Menu............ 14
Figure 6. SCA Restore Commons Provisioning
Menu .......................................................... 15
Figure 7. SCA Restore Module Provisioning
Menu .......................................................... 16
Figure 8. SCA Operations Menu............................... 17
Figure 9. SCA Autosave Status Screen..................... 18
Figure 10. SCA TFTP Save Screen........................... 19
Figure 11. SCA TFTP Restore Screen ...................... 20
TABLES
Table 1. Compliance Codes ........................................ 2
Table 2. Front Panel Description................................. 4
Table 3. DCE Pin Assignments................................... 4
Table 4. X.25 Pin Assignments................................... 4
Table 5. Alarm Outputs............................................. 11
Table 6. Alarm Inputs................................................ 11
Table 7. SCA Restore Status Messages .................... 21
Table 8. SCU Specifications ..................................... 22
1. GENERAL
This practice provides installation and operation procedures for an ADTRAN® Total Access® 1500 System
Controller Unit (SCU), common modules List 1, List 2,
and List 3. Figure shows the Total Access 1500 SCU,
List 1 (P/N 1180008L1), List 2 (P/N 1180008L2), and
List 3 (P/N 1180008L3).
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SCU
1180008L3
1180008L2
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MJR
SCU RT
SCU COT
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HST
MNR
PWR
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MJR
HST
MJR
HST
MNR
MLT
BSY
MNR
MLT
BSY
RMT
RMT
RMT
ACO
ACO
ACO
List 1
List 2
List 3
Figure 1. List 1, List 2, and List 3 SCU Front
Panels
The three types of SCUs are as follows:
• List 1: No Mechanized Loop Test (MLT)
capability.
• List 2: Central Office Terminal MLT
• List 3: Remote Terminal MLT
Revision History
This is the fourth issue of this practice. This issue
reflects updates to the Total Access 1500 System
Software Release 3.0, SCU Software V08 and incorporates the addition of new features including the
following:
• Added TL1 Logging as Security privilege
• Added the Target ID (TID) field to the first line,
upper left-hand corner of menu screens and moved
the Slot field to the second line
• Modified Y-Modem upload to erase Application
Flash software only following a valid Y-Modem
file header
• Added support to automatically detect installation
in a 19-inch chassis with List 2 Quad LIU
(P/N 1180109L2)
• Added a user definable TCP/IP Inactivity Timeout
menu
Trademarks: Any brand names and product names included in this document are
trademarks, registered trademarks, or trade names of their respective holders.
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• Added a Reset All Commons to TFTP menu
A full list of features is detailed in Total Access 1500
System Software Release 3.0 Release Notes available at
www.adtran.com.
Compliance
Table 1 shows the Compliance Codes for the SCU. The
SCU is NRTL listed to the applicable UL standards. The
SCU is to be installed in a restricted access location and
in a Type “B” or “E” enclosure only.
NOTE
The Total Access 1500 chassis frame ground terminal
must be connected to an earth ground to ensure that the
front panel of the SCU is properly grounded via the
backplane connector.
This release of the SCU software is designed to
operate with LIU software release T07 or later
to support the feature enhancements.
Table 1. Compliance Codes
Description
The SCU is a common module, plug-in unit designed
for the Total Access 1500. The SCU provides all control
functions for the Total Access 1500 common units and
all of the individual access modules.
The SCU manages all network related functions and
communicates externally through RS-232, RS-485, and
Ethernet interfaces. The SCU manages the Mechanized
Loop Test (MLT) feature and controls the activation/
deactivation relays.
Features
The basic features of the SCU include the following:
• Controls all common equipment and access
modules
• Mechanized Loop Test (MLT) capability (L2 and
L3 used together only)
• Provides VT100 craft interface via a front panel
DB-9 connector, labeled ADMIN
• Alarm Cut Off (ACO) pushbutton
• Bank status LEDs
• Test equipment timing output
• Provides alarm status to NMA and/or SNMP
• Provides internal PAD for X.25 NMA network
• Supports in-field software upgrades without
affecting service
• Operates in Host or Client mode for RS-485
chaining applications
• Supports TL1 over TCP/IP or X.25
• Supports menu access over Telnet
Power
The Total Access backplane delivers two –48 VDC
buses to the SCU. The SCU operates with both or either
–48 VDC buses active.
2
Code
Input
Output
Power Code (PC)
C
C
Telecommunication Code (TC)
–
X
Installation Code (IC)
A
–
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1. This device cannot cause harmful interference.
2. This device must accept any interference received,
including interference that can cause undesired
operation.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by
ADTRAN could void the user’s authority to operate this
equipment.
2. INSTALLATION
C A U T I O N !
SUBJECT TO ELECTROSTATIC DAMAGE
OR DECREASE IN RELIABILITY.
HANDLING PRECAUTIONS REQUIRED.
After unpacking the SCU, inspect it for damage. If
damage has occurred file a claim with the carrier, then
contact ADTRAN Customer Service. Refer to the
Warranty and Customer Service section for further
information. If possible, keep the original shipping
container for returning the SCU for repair or for verification of shipping damage.
Shipping Contents
The contents include the following items:
• SCU
• SCU Installation and Maintenance Practice
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CAUTION
Electronic modules can be damaged by ESD.
When handling modules, wear an antistatic
discharge wrist strap to prevent damage to
electronic components. Place modules in
antistatic packing material when transporting
or storing. When working on modules, always
place them on an approved antistatic mat that is
electrically grounded.
Installing the Module
The Total Access 1500 SCU plugs directly into the third
slot from the left, labeled SCU, in the common module
area of the Total Access 1500 chassis.
1. Insert a fuse into the fuse and alarm panel serving
either the A or B power feeds to the Total Access
1500 chassis. The fuse should be selected with an
amperage appropriate for the intended use of the
Total Access 1500 chassis (5 amp maximum).
2. Verify that the SCU power-on self-test routine is
successfully completed. The LEDs will all simultaneously flash, then the ACO, HST, and MLT BSY
LEDs will flash four times staying on the last time.
Once these LEDs turn off, the front panel will
represent the true status of the SCU. This can take
more than one minute.
NOTE
WARNING
Attempting to insert the SCU in any other slot
can damage the SCU.
CAUTION
This release of the SCU software is designed to
operate with LIU software release T07 or later
to support feature enhancements. LIU software
can be found at www.adtran.com under the
Service/Support page.
To Install the SCU, perform the following steps:
1. Pull the ejector latch, located at the center of the
SCU front panel, from its closed position.
2. Hold the unit by the front panel while supporting
the bottom edge with the ejector latch opened to
engage the chassis edge.
3. Align the module edges to fit in the lower and
upper guide grooves for the SCU slot.
4. Slide the SCU into the SCU slot. Simultaneous
thumb pressure at the top and at the bottom of the
SCU front panel will ensure that the SCU is firmly
positioned against the backplane of the chassis.
5. Secure the SCU in place by pushing in on the
ejector latch.
All power, ground, and administrative wiring should
now be completed on the Total Access 1500 chassis.
The next procedure is to apply power to the chassis with
an SCU in place, and ensure that the SCU properly
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powers up and successfully completes its power-on
self-test routine. To verify that the SCU completed the
self-test routine perform the following steps:
Once successfully powered up, if only A or B
power is supplied, the SCU will reflect a MNR
alarm for A (or B) power failure.
Front Panel LEDs and Switch
The SCU front panel LEDs illuminate to indicate the
SCU’s status. See Table 2 on page 4 for a description of
front panel LEDs and switch. The Alarm Cut Off (ACO)
switch is provided to disable audible alarms.
3. OPERATION
The SCU is the user access point to the Total Access
1500 system, and supports a number of user physical
interfaces.
Physical Interfaces
The SCU supports a craft port, an X.25 port, and an
Ethernet port.
Craft Port
The SCU provides an RS-232 compatible serial
asynchronous craft access port. Physical access is
attained by connecting a male-ended DB-9 cable to the
female DB-9 connector, labeled ADMIN, on the SCU
front panel. This port can operate at various baud rates
and is limited to 8-bit asynchronous data with no parity,
one stop bit (8-N-1). Minimal 3-wire functionality (pins
2, 3, and 5) is also accommodated. This port operates as
a DCE; pin assignments are detailed in Table 3 on
page 4.
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Table 2. Front Panel Description
Front Panel
Label
Condition
MJR
Off
Red
No major alarm condition detected
Major alarm active (Red Alarm)
MNR
Off
Yellow
No minor alarm condition detected
Minor alarm active (Yellow Alarm)
RMT
Off
Yellow
No remote or auxiliary alarm condition detected
Remote or auxiliary alarm active
HST
Off
Green
SCU is client for cluster group
SCU is host for the cluster group
MLT BSY*
Off
Green
No MLT test is active
MLT test is active
ACO
Off
Green
ACO switch not activated
ACO switch activated
SCU COT
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Description
ACO
Switch
Description
ACO Switch
Press the ACO Switch to disable any audible alarms only.
Any active visual alarms will remain active.
* Applicable to List 2 and List 3 SCUs only.
Table 3. DCE Pin Assignments
Pin Number
•
•
•
•
Function
2
Transmit Data from DCE
3
Receive Data into DCE
4
Data Terminal Ready (DTR)
5
Signal Ground
n2 retry limit: 3
T1 ACK timer: 20 seconds
T3 time out: 3 seconds
k window size: 2
Table 4. X.25 Pin Assignments
Pin Number
X.25 Port
The SCU supports a synchronous RS-232 compatible
serial interface to be used in conjunction with an X.25
network. The unit includes PAD functions onboard so
an external PAD is not required for operation with the
X.25 network. Physical access uses a 25-pin female
DB-25 connector (J34) on the rear of the Total Access
1500 chassis. The X.25 connector pin assignments are
detailed in Table 4.
This port operates as a DTE and is configured for the
following settings:
•
•
•
•
•
4
1-way in or 2-way operation
Up to four SVCs
Up to 64 kbps (synchronous)
Packet size: 128 bytes
Packet window: 2
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Function
1
Frame Ground (FG)
2
Transmit Data (TD) from DTE
3
Receive Data (RD) into DTE
4
Request To Send (RTS)
5
Clear To Send (CTS)
6
Data Set Ready (DSR)
7
Signal Ground (SG)
8
Data Carrier Detect (DCD)
15
Transmit Clock
17
Receive Clock
20
Data Terminal Ready (DTR)
22
Ring Indicator (RI)
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Ethernet Port
The SCU provides an SNMP interface via a standard
Ethernet 10BaseT connector (J33) located on the
backplane of the Total Access 1500 chassis.
Connect and Logon to System
Total Access 1500 system management and provisioning is facilitated by a series of intuitive menus that
are accessible on a computer screen. These menus are
available through either a VT100 terminal interface,
Telnet, or X.25 session.
Connecting to a VT100 Terminal
To connect either a terminal or a PC emulating a
terminal to the craft port:
1. Set the parameters of the VT100 terminal to the
following:
Provisioning the Ethernet Interface Settings
If the Total Access 1500 system is to be connected to an
Ethernet network for Telnet, TFTP or SNMP
Management, the IP Address, Subnet Mask, and Default
Gateway must be set for the Total Access 1500 system
to communicate with the network.
Setting IP Address, Subnet Mask, and Gateway
To set the IP Address, Subnet Mask, and Gateway:
NOTE
The SCU craft port is defaulted to 9600 but has
additional available baud rate of 38400.
•
•
•
•
•
6. At the User Name field, input the user name for the
Total Access 1500 system, then press Enter. The
cursor will be placed at the Password field, waiting
for a password.
7. At the Password field, enter the password for the
Total Access System, and press Enter.
8. Upon entering the correct password, the Total
Access Main Menu is presented on the screen. The
Total Access menu system is now accessible.
9600 baud rate
8 data bits
No parity
1 stop bit
No flow control
1. From the System Controller main menu, select
option 5, Management Configuration, and press
Enter.
2. From the Management Configuration menu, select
option 1, IP Address, and press Enter.
NOTE
The IP Address, Subnet Mask, and Gateway
are in the form XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX, with
the XXX’s representing 1, 2, or 3 digit decimal
numbers from 0 to 255.
2. When connecting a terminal with a parallel setting
to the ADMIN port, disable it and use the serial
setting. When connecting a PC emulating a VT100
terminal to the ADMIN port, set the PC for direct
connect (as opposed to dial-up connection).
3. When using the front ADMIN port, use a serial
cable with a male DB-9 connector on the Total
Access end.
4. Plug the male end of the data cable into the SCU
ADMIN port. Make connection to the VT100
terminal as appropriate for the equipment.
5. To logon to the Total Access system, press any key.
When password authentication is enabled, the
cursor will be placed at the User Name field,
waiting for an account name to be input.
Setting the Telnet Port Number
When utilizing a Telnet Port number to connect to the
SCU, the Total Access 1500 Logon screen will
automatically display.
NOTE
To set the Telnet Port Number, perform the following
steps:
The default User Name is “user” and the
default Password is “password”.
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3. Enter a valid IP address, and press Enter.
4. From the Management Configuration menu, select
option 2, IP Subnet Mask, and press Enter.
5. Enter a valid subnet mask, and press Enter.
6. From the Management Configuration menu, select
option 3, IP Default Gateway, and press Enter.
7. Enter a valid default gateway, and press Enter.
1. From the Management Configuration menu, select
option 4, Telnet Port Number, and press Enter.
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2. Enter the port (default is 2000) to connect to when
performing a Telnet session.
6. After a successful logon attempt, the Total Access
Main Menu is presented on the screen.
Setting the TCP/IP Port Number
When utilizing a TCP/IP Port number to connect to the
SCU, the Total Access 1500 SCU will be ready to
access TL1 commands. Note a blank screen will
display.
X.25 Session
The SCU will support four concurrent X.25 sessions. To
use X.25 to communicate with the SCU, use the
following steps.
To set the TCP/IP Port number, perform the following
steps:
1. From the Management Configuration menu, select
option 5, TCP/IP Port Number, and press Enter.
2. Enter the port (default is 2001) to connect to when
performing a TCP/IP session.
NOTE
If no port is specified for a connection, the
Total Access 1500 defaults to the Logon
screen.
Establishing a Telnet Session
The SCU will support four concurrent Telnet sessions.
Telnet sessions are supported via the Ethernet interface.
To use Telnet to communicate with the SCU, use the
following steps:
1. Set the proper IP Address for the connection
method of choice via the provisioning menu. For
this procedure, refer to the section titled Provisioning the Ethernet Interface Settings on page 5 .
2. Connect to the Ethernet interface on the backplane
of the Total Access 1500 chassis.
3. Establish a connection. A successful connection is
established when one of the following conditions
occur:
• When utilizing a Telnet port, the Total Access
1500 Logon screen will display.
• When utilizing a TCP/IP port, a blank screen will
display indicating that the SCU is ready to accept
TL1 commands. A TL1 session can be activated
at this time.
4. If password authentication is enabled, enter the
user name for the Total Access 1500 system, and
press Enter. The cursor will then be placed at the
Password field, waiting for a password.
5. At the Password field, enter the password for the
Total Access system, and press Enter.
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1. Logon to an X.25 terminal.
2. An X.25 session can be activated at this time or to
logon to the Total Access menu system, enter
MENUS;. If password authentication is enabled,
enter the user name for the system, and press Enter.
The cursor will then be placed at the Password
field, waiting for a password.
3. At the Password field, enter the password for the
Total Access 1500 system, and press Enter.
4. After a successful logon attempt, the Total Access
Main Menu is presented on the screen.
Menu System
The SCU provides a menu system for the Total Access
1500 system. All system-related menus are controlled
by the SCU as well as some of the access module
menus. Figure 2 on page 7 illustrates the Total Access
1500 Main Menu. Other access modules have their own
user menu structure supported by the module.
Menu Structure
The menu structure for the SCU (Figure 3 on page 8)is
a layered menu tree. Each menu level consists of
submenus and/or menu items.
• Submenus are elements that move the user down to
the next menu level.
• Menu items are elements that allow the user to
make changes to the current SCU settings.
NOTE:
Some menu items are restricted to certain user
accounts.
The SCU supports two different types of menu items:
read-only and read-write.
• A read-only menu item displays information that
cannot be changed, such as the status of the SCU.
• A read-write menu item displays information that
when selected can be changed, such as the baud rate
of the admin port.
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Total Access
1500
Main Menu
1. System Controller
A
2. Online LIU
Refer to the LIU Installation and Maintenance Practice
3. Offline LIU
1. Access Module Menus
Selection: (1 - 24)
2. Write Single Module Provisioning
4. Access Modules
Select Source (1. . 24):
3. Write Multiple Module Provisioning
6. Auxiliary Shelf Access
7. Logoff
Select Destination (1. . 24):
Select Source (1. . 24):
5. Alarm Log
(1)
Execute (Y or N)?
Execute (Y, N, or A)?
(2)
(1) Appears if the Interbank Communication Mode is set to "Host" for the Total Access 1500 system.
(2) Appears when accessed remotely or when accessed locally and Password Authentication is enabled.
Figure 2. Total Access 1500 Main Menu
Each of these accounts can also be given Test or Admin
privileges.
• Admin privileges are used to change all provisionable settings as well as network configuration
settings that are not accessible to Read-Write and
Read-Only accounts. Examples include SNMP
provisioning, TL1 provisioning, date/time settings,
password administration, and software downloads.
• Test privileges also allow the account to perform
tests.
TL1 Logging
The SCU will send all TL1 message activity to an active
user with TL1 Logging privileges enabled. TL1
message activity includes the following:
• TL1 logon activity
• All commands and responses
• Autonomous messages sent from all other active
users
Logons for Menu sessions using Telnet and the local
craft port are sent to the active TL1 Logging user.
connected to pin A, and pin B should be connected to
pin B. One SCU acts as the host controller and all others
function as clients. Physical access is attained by way of
wire-wrap terminal (P12) on the rear of the Total
Access 1500 chassis. Up to 32 shelves can be daisychained together via the RS-485 bus.
To set up an RS-485 chaining, perform the following:
1. Give the first SCU in the chain a unique Target ID
(TID).
2. Enable RS-485 Interface.
3. Set Interbank Communication Mode to Host.
4. Give the next SCU in the chain a unique TID.
5. Enable RS-485 Interface.
6. Set Interbank Communication Mode to Client.
Repeat Steps 4 - 6 until up to 32 shelves have been
chained.
Intersystem Communication (RS-485)
The SCU supports communication with other Total
Access 1500 systems over a shared, twisted-pair, halfduplex, RS-485 link. The SCU from each system is
connected in parallel on this bus. Pin A should be
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1. Configuration
A
Unit Name
CLEI Code
Part Number
Product Revision
Software Revision
MAC Address
1. Date
2. Provisioning
Enter Value (MM/DD/YY)
2. Time
Enter Value (HH/MM/SS)
1. Terminal Auto-Logout
3. Terminal Auto-Logout
1. Disabled
2. Enabled
2. Auto-Logout Time
Enter Value (1...60) 30
1. None
4. Password Authentication
2. Local
5. Password
Enter New Password (password)
6. Target ID (TID)
Enter Value
1. Disabled
7. RS-485 Interface
2. Enabled
1. Client
8. Interbank Communication Mode
2. Host
1. Select Y-Modem Upload Destination
9. Y-Modem Application (1)
2. Start Y-Modem Upload
1. SCU
2. Online LIU
3. Offline LIU (3)
1. Erase SCU
2. Cancel
3. Modify Checksum
Enter New Checksum
4. Compute Checksum and Store
5. Reset the Y-Modem Destination
1. TFTP Upload Destination
10. TFTP Application
(1)
2. TFTP Host IP Address
3. SCU Application Filename
4. LIU Application Filename
1. SCU
2. Online LIU
3. Offline LIU (3)
Enter Value:
Enter New Filename:
Enter New Filename:
5. Start TFTP Upload
6. Modify Checksum
Enter New Checksum
7. Compute Checksum and Store
8. Reset the TFTP Destination
9. Reset the TA1500 Commons
1. MTA Mode
11. Test Access Mode (2)
2. MLT Mode
1. 9600
12. Craft Port Baud Rate
2. 38400
3. Test
1. Force LIU Failover
2. SCU Reset
(3)
3. Restore Factory Defaults
B
(1)
(2)
(3)
Note:
Does not appear if a Y-Modem download is in progress.
List 3 (L3) only.
Appears if two LIUs are installed.
Defaults are in bold type.
Figure 3. SCU Menu Tree
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B
1. T1 Mapping
2. D4 Conventional
3. ATB Mapping
1. Alarm Relay Mapping
4. Alarms
1. AIRCOMPR
2. Log MLT Alarms
1. Disabled
2. AIRCOND
2. Enabled
3. AIRDRYR
1. Disabled
3. Ringer Alarms
4. BATDSCHRG
2. Enabled
5. BATTERY
1. Dual PSU
4. PSU Configuration
6. CLFAN
2. Single PSU
7. CPMAJOR
1. Dual LIU
5. LIU Configuration
8. CPMINOR
2. Single LIU
1., 3., 5., 7. AUX1-4 Severity
6. External Alarm Inputs
9. ENGINE
1. Disabled
2. Minor
3. Major
10. ENOPRG
11. EXPLGS
12. FIREDETR
C
7. Remote Housekeeping Alarms
2., 4., 6., 8. AUX1-4 Condition Code
13. FIRE
1. Disabled
14. FLOOD
2. Enabled (Note: Displays menu item 8.)
15. FUSE
16. GEN
Enhanced Alarming Mode Link Down
8. Remote Alarm Provisioning
Enhanced Alarming Mode Link Up
5. Management
Configuration
17. HIAIR
1. P/Misc Alarm
(4)
(5)
1. Disabled
2. Minor
3. Major
21. INTRUDER
Enter Value (None)
22. LWBATVG
Enter Value (None)
23. LWFUEL
Enter Value (None)
24. LWHUM
3. IP Default Gateway
4. TELNET Port Number
25. LWPRES
Enter Value (1024 .. 9999) 2000
5. TCP/IP Port Number
26. LWTEMP
6. TCP/IP Inactivity Timeout
Enter Value (1024 .. 9999) 2001
27. LWWTR
Enter Value (1 .. 240) 30
1. SNMP Authentication Traps
7. SNMP Configuration
Ethernet Link
19. HITEMP
20 HIWTR
C
1. IP Address
2. IP Subnet Mask
18. HIHUM
2. Read-Only Community Name
3. Read-Write Community Name
4. System Contact
5. System Name
6. System Location
28. MISC
1. Disabled
29. OPENDR
2. Enabled
30. PUMP
31. POWER
Enter Value (public)
32. PWR-48
33. RECT
Enter Value (private)
34. RECTHI
Enter Value (www.adtran.com)
Enter Value (sysName not set)
Enter Value (sysLocation not set)
35. RECTLO
36. SMOKE
37. TOXICGAS
38. VENTN
1. IP Address
7. SNMP Trap Hosts
Enter IP Address
Trap Host 1-8
8. Re-Map Interface Indices
6. Security
2. Status
(6)
1. User Name
Usernames (1-16)
2. Password
1. Enabled
2. Disabled
Enter New User Name (user)
Enter New Password (password)
D
3. R/W
1. Read-Only
2. Read/Write
4. Test
1. Disabled
5. Admin
2. Enabled
6. TL1 Logging
7. Delete This User
(4)
(5)
(6)
Active for List 2 (L2) SCU only and then conditional upon Remote Houskeeping Alarms being Enabled.
Only active when connecting to a Remote Terminal SCU (P/N 1180008L3 or P/N 1180008L23) in SLC 96 Modes/ESF.
Active when Password Authentication is disabled or when Administrative privileges are assigned to Logon Account.
The remaining menu items are renumbered sequentially.
Note: Defaults are in bold type.
Figure 3. SCU Menu Tree (continued)
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1. SCA Autosave Provisioning
7. System
Configuration
Archive (SCA)
1. Autosave System
1. Disabled
2. Autosave Only if Prov Changes
2. Enabled
3. Autosave Filename Prefix
4. Autosave Filename Suffix
5. Max Autosave File Instances
6. Autosave Time (Hour)
7. Autosave Time (Minute)
8. Autosave Retries
2. SCA Restore Commons Provisioning
Enter Prefix:
Enter Suffix:
Enter Value (1. . 7):
Enter Value (0. . 23):
Enter Value (0. . 59):
Enter Value (0. . 99):
1. Restore Provisions to Online LIU
2. Restore Provisions to Offline LIU
3. Restore Provisions to SCU
4. Restore SCU SCA Provisions
1. Disabled
5. Restore SCU Network Provisions
2. Enabled
6. Restore SCU Network Interface Provisions
7. Restore SCU SNMP Provisions
8. Restore SCU Security Systems Provisions
3. SCA Restore Module Provisioning
1. - 24. Module Name
25. Pre-provision Empty Slots
1. Disabled
2. Enabled
26. Restore Module Provisions
27. Enable ALL Slots
28. Disable ALL Slots
4. SCA Operations
1. SCA TFTP Server
2. SCA Remote Filename
3. SCA Autosave Status
Autosave Filename Prefix
Autosave Filename Suffix
Current/Next Autosave Instance
Autosave Only if Prov Changes
Modules Installed
Modules with Changes
Date/Time of Last SCA Autosave
Date/Time of Next SCA Autosave
Autosave Status
4. SCA TFTP SCA Save
SCA TFTP Server
SCA Remote Filename
Modules Installed
Modules with Changes
SCA Save Status
5. SCA TFTP SCA Restore
SCA TFTP Server
SCA Remote Filename
Modules Installed
Modules in SCA
Modules Restored
Modules Excluded
Modules NOT Restored
Modules with Exceptions
SCA Restore Status
Figure 3. SCU Menu Tree (continued)
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Setting the Target ID
A unique TID must be given to each chassis of a chained
RS-485 cluster. To set the TID in the Total Access 1500
SCU, perform the following:
1. Logon to the system.
2. From the Total Access 1500 Main Menu, select
option 1, System Controller, and press Enter.
3. From the System Controller menu, select option 2,
Provisioning, and press Enter.
4. From the Provisioning menu, select option 6,
Target ID (TID), and press Enter.
5. Enter the appropriate TID, and press Enter.
NOTE
The TID can consist of up to 20 characters. The
first character must be a letter. The remaining
characters except the last character can be
alphanumeric or a hyphen. The last character
must be alphanumeric.
Table 5. Alarm Outputs
Alarm
Wire-wrap Header
Major Audible
MAJ-A
Minor Audible
MIN-A
Major Visual
MAJ-V
Minor Visual
MIN-V
The SCU provides front panel LEDs (see Table 2 on
page 4) to indicate the status of the Total Access 1500
system and Alarm Cut Off (ACO) state.
Alarm Inputs
The SCU supports up to four external alarm, status, or
control inputs. Circuitry on the SCU accepts a –48 VDC
signal as an active state. Physical access to these inputs
is attained by way of two wire-wrap posts per input
function located on the rear panel of the Total Access
1500 chassis. The alarm inputs shown in Table 6 are
supported:
An example of a TID follows:
Table 6. Alarm Inputs
HTVLALEXD01
Wire-wrap Header
Where:
HTVL
AL
EX
D
01
Alarm
Designates the city
Designates the state
Identifies the CO or RT
Identifies the equipment type (“D” is
administrative equipment)
Identifies the piece of equipment of that
type at the CO
Alarm Processing
The SCU monitors the status of each line card and
provides necessary alarm processing to determine the
overall alarm state of the system.
Alarm Outputs
The SCU determines alarm states and reports these
results via onboard alarm interfaces and through active
user access channels. Each onboard alarm interface
consists of Form-C relay contacts to provide Common
(COM), Normally Open (NO), and Normally Closed
(NC) functionality. Physical access to the relay contacts
is attained by way of two wire-wrap posts per alarm
function. These posts are located on the rear panel of the
Total Access 1500 chassis. The alarm outputs shown in
Table 5 are supported:
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23-inch chassis
(P/N 1180001L1)
19-inch chassis
(P/N 1180019L1)
Auxiliary 1
AUX 1
AUX 1
Auxiliary 2
AUX 2
AUX 2
Auxiliary 3
RMT
AUX 3
Auxiliary 4
ACO
AUX 4
NOTE
The front panel mounted ACO switch is used to
cut off an alarm.
Configuring Alarms
To configure alarms perform the following steps:
1. Logon to the system.
2. From the Total Access 1500 Main Menu, select
option 1, System Controller, and press Enter.
3. From the System Controller menu, select option 4,
Alarms, and press Enter.
4. Provision the alarms as desired.
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The following menu items can appear based on the L1,
L2, or L3 configuration.
• Alarm Relay Mapping: This option is used to select
T1 or D4 alarm relay mapping.
• Log MLT Alarms: This option is used to enable or
disable the logging of MLT alarms.
• Ringer Alarms: This option is used to enable or
disable ringer alarms.
• PSU Configuration: This option is used to designate
a single or dual PSU according to whether redundant equipment is installed in the Total Access 1500
chassis.
• LIU Configuration: This option is used to designate
a single or dual LIU according to whether redundant equipment is installed in the Total Access 1500
chassis.
• External Alarm Inputs: This option is used to select
the severity levels and the condition codes for the
four auxiliary alarm inputs.
• Remote Housekeeping Alarms: This option is used
to enable or disable remote housekeeping alarms.
When enabled the SCU (L2) monitors remote
alarms coming over the T1 from the SCU (L3). Any
active equipment alarm at the SCU (L3) will also be
sent to the SCU (L2).
NOTE
For TFTP updates, the TFTP Upload Destination, TFTP Host IP Address, SCU Application Filename, and LIU Application
Filename must be configured from the TFTP
Application menu.
5. Select the appropriate option and follow the screen
prompts to complete the update.
NOTE
Newly loaded software will not begin running
until the SCU has been rebooted.
4. SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION
System Administration functions are controlled through
the SCU.
Update SCU Software
The SCU can accept software updates via Y-Modem
and TFTP.
To Update the SCU Software:
1. Logon to the system.
2. From the Total Access 1500 Main Menu, select
option 1, System Controller, and press ENTER.
3. From the System Controller menu, select option 2,
Provisioning, and press ENTER.
4. From the System Provisioning menu, the following
options will be available:
• Y-Modem Application: This option is used for
updates via a Telnet session, the craft port, or the
admin interface
• TFTP Application: This option is used for
updates via the Ethernet interface
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System Configuration Archive (SCA)
The SCA system menus (see Figure 4) are used to
manually or automatically save provisioning information for all installed cards to a remote TFTP server
for possible restoration at a later time. In addition to the
obvious use for fast recovery of provisioning information in the case of flood or fire, the SCA system can
be used to “clone” baseline configurations to new installations so that only a few specific provisions need to be
altered, significantly reducing initial setup time.
Automatic save operations can be scheduled to occur
after a specific time of day so that installations with
large numbers of Total Access 1500 systems can reduce
simultaneous SCA network traffic.
While SCA save operations backup information from
all modules present in the chassis, the restore operation
allows the administrator to control the type of provisions to be restored to the SCU, and whether or not to
restore provisions to specific common modules and
access modules.
The menus and SNMP system allows the system administrator to perform automatic or manual save and
restores of SCA information to a TFTP server.
TID: HTVLALEXD01
Slot: SCU
TOTAL ACCESS SYSTEM 1500
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System Configuration Archive (SCA)
1.
2.
3.
SCA Autosave Provisioning
SCA Restore Commons Provisioning
SCA Restore Module Provisioning
4.
SCA Operations
Selection:
'?' - System Help Screen
Figure 4. System Configuration Archive Menu
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SCA Autosave Provisioning
The SCA Autosave Provisioning menu (Figure 5) is
used to display and configure provisions related to SCA
Autosave operations.
Autosave System
This field is used to enable or disable the SCA autosave
functions.
Autosave Only If Prov Changes
This field is used to reduce the number of redundant
Autosave operations and SCA files on the TFTP server
by instructing the SCU to perform Autosave operations
only if provisions have been changed on the SCU, LIU,
or Access Module.
The next three fields are collectively used to construct
the name of the Autosave SCA file on the TFTP server.
Autosave Filename Prefix
The Autosave filename Prefix is a 0 to 30 character
string that will be used to construct the first part of the
SCA filename.
TID: HTVLALEXD01
Slot: SCU
Autosave Filename Suffix
The Autosave Filename suffix is a 0 to 8 character string
that will be used to construct the trailing type, or extent
portion of the SCA filename. If a period is desired
between the first and second part of the SCA filename,
it should be placed within this suffix field.
Max Autosave File Instances
The Max Autosave File Instances field determines the
maximum number of SCA filenames to save to the
TFTP server. This is often called a backup file rotation
scheme, where the last “N” files are always maintained
on the backup medium (the TFTP server in this case).
For example, if this field is set to a value of seven (7),
seven uniquely named SCA files will be written to the
TFTP server. After the seventh file has been written, the
count will recycle to one, and the first file will be
overwritten. The sequence 1 through 7 continually
cycles until the value of this field is changed, at which
time it will be reset to one.
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SCA Autosave Provisioning
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Autosave System
Autosave Only if Prov Changes
Autosave Filename Prefix
Autosave Filename Suffix
Max Autosave File Instances
Autosave Time (Hour)
Autosave Time (Minute)
Autosave Retries
Disabled
Disabled
7
0
0
0
Selection:
'?' - System Help Scree
Figure 5. SCA Autosave Provisioning Menu
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The generated SCA filename will be of the form
(excluding parentheses):
“15”, the SCU would attempt an SCA Autosave
operation shortly after 03:15 in the morning.
(Prefix)_(Instance)(Suffix)
where:
• Prefix is the value of filename prefix field
• Instance is decimal number between 1 and the
max AutoSave instances field
• Suffix is the value of the filename suffix field
For example, if the prefix is “Flintville,” the next
Autosave file instance is 3, and the suffix is “.sca”, the
name of the next SCA Autosave filename will be
“Flintville_3.sca”.
AutoSave Time (Hour) and AutoSave Time (Minute)
These two fields represent a time of day after which the
Autosave SCA file can be written to the remote TFTP
server. These fields allow the system administrator to
configure the Total Access 1500 systems on the
customer network to write their Autosave SCA files at
different times so as to prevent network congestion that
might occur if all the systems attempted to save their
SCA files at the same time.
If, for example, the Autosave Time (Hour) field was set
to “3”, and Autosave Time (Minute) field was set to
TID: HTVLALEXD01
Slot: SCU
SCA Restore Commons Provisioning
The SCA Restore Commons Provisioning menu (see
Figure 6) is used to display and configure provisions
related to SCA restore SCU and LIU provisions.
Restore Provisions to Online LIU
If this field is set to disabled, no Online LIU provisions
will be altered during an SCA restore regardless of the
other settings on this screen.
Restore Provisions to Offline LIU
If this field is set to disabled, no Offline LIU provisions
will be altered during an SCA restore regardless of the
other settings on this screen.
Restore Provisions to SCU
This field acts as a global override to disable the restore
of all SCU provisions, and is useful in protecting the
current SCU settings during SCA restore operations to
common modules.
If this field is set to disabled, no SCU provisions will be
altered during an SCA restore regardless of the other
settings on this screen.
TOTAL ACCESS SYSTEM 1500
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SCA Restore Commons Provisioning
1.
2.
3.
Restore Provisions to Online LIU
Restore Provisions to Offline LIU
Restore Provisions to SCU
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Restore
Restore
Restore
Restore
Restore
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
SCU
SCU
SCU
SCU
SCU
SCA Provisions
Network Provisions
Network Interface Provisions
SNMP Provisions
Security System Provisions
Selection:
'?' - System Help Screen
Figure 6. SCA Restore Commons Provisioning Menu
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Restore SCU SCA Provisions
This field controls whether or not SCA-related provisions should be restored on the common modules.
All SCA provisions such as SCA Autosave, filename,
SCU and LIU Module restore settings, etc. will be
overwritten if this field is set to Enable.
Restore SCU Network Provisions
This field controls whether or not general IP networkrelated provisions should be restored on the SCU.
General IP network-related provisions include the
various Telnet, DNS, and firmware TFTP server
settings. This field does not control the restore of
network interface settings (such as IP, Netmask, and
Gateway.)
Restore SCU Network Interface Provisions
This field controls whether or not network interface
related settings (such as IP Address, IP Subnet Mask,
and IP Default Gateway) for the Ethernet interface are
to be restored on the SCU.
Restore SCU SNMP Provisions
This field controls whether or not SNMP-related provisions should be restored on the SCU.
SNMP-related provisions include such SNMP items as
Trap Hosts, System Name, Location, and Contact
TID: HTVLALEXD01
Slot: SCU
Slot
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
25.
26.
strings, as well as the public and private SNMP
community strings.
Restore SCU Security System Provisions
This field controls whether or not Security System
related provisions should be restored on the SCU.
Security System provisions include such items as
system and user names and passwords.
SCA Restore Module Provisioning
The SCA Restore Module Provisioning menu (see
Figure 7) is used to display and configure provisions
related to SCA restore of Access Module provisions.
Slot
These columns represent each of the Total Access 1500
access module slots 1 through 24.
Module Name
These columns represent the card type identification of
the access module currently installed in the corresponding slot of the Total Access 1500 chassis.
Restore
These columns represent whether or not SCA restore to
the corresponding slot has been enabled by the administrator. If the field is displayed in inverse video, some
condition (such as an empty slot, user disable, or
exclusion due to the card being In-Service) exists that
prevents SCA restore to this slot.
TOTAL ACCESS SYSTEM 1500
SCA Restore Module Provisioning
Module Name
Restore
Slot Module Name
.................... Disabled
13. ....................
.................... Disabled
14. ....................
.................... Disabled
15. ....................
.................... Disabled
16. ....................
.................... Disabled
17. ....................
.................... Disabled
18. ....................
.................... Disabled
19. ....................
Dual Coin RT
Disabled
20. ....................
.................... Disabled
21. ....................
.................... Disabled
22. ....................
.................... Disabled
23. ....................
.................... Disabled
24. ....................
Pre-provision Empty Slots
Restore Module Provisions
Disabled
Disabled
27.
28.
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Restore
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Enable ALL Slots
Disable ALL Slots
Selection:
'?' - System Help Screen
Figure 7. SCA Restore Module Provisioning Menu
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1 to 24
Fields 1 to 24 display the access module Restore states.
Enter one of the slot identifiers, and press ENTER to
toggle the Restore state from enabled to disabled.
Pre-provision Empty Slots
This field controls whether or not SCA restore operations should attempt to pre-provision empty slots.
If an empty slot is pre-provisioned, inserting an access
module matching the type of module present in the SCA
file for that slot will result in automatic reprovisioning
of the module to the settings present in the SCA file.
Restore Module Provisions:
This field acts as a global override to disable the restore
of all Access Module provisions, and is useful in
protecting the current access module settings during
SCA restore operations to the SCU.
If this field is set to disabled, no access module provisions will be altered during an SCA restore regardless of
the other settings on this screen.
save and restore operations. This menu also is used to
initiate manual SCA save and restore operations or
monitor the status of the SCA Autosave system.
SCA TFTP Server
This forty (40) character field contains the hostname or
IP address of the customer SCA TFTP server.
SCA Remote Filename
This forty (40) character field contains the TFTP
filename to be written or read by manual SCA save and
restore operations.
SCA AutoSave Status
This menu choice displays the SCA Autosave Status
screen.
SCA TFTP SCA Save
This menu choice will bring up the SCA TFTP Save
screen and attempt to initiate a manual SCA save
operation. For more information, refer to the section
titled SCA TFTP Save Screen on page 19.
SCA Operations
The SCA Operations menu (see Figure 8) is used to
display and configure provisions related to manual SCA
TID: HTVLALEXD01
Slot: SCU
TOTAL ACCESS SYSTEM 1500
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SCA Operations
1.
2.
SCA TFTP Server
SCA Remote Filename
3.
4.
5.
SCA AutoSave Status
SCA TFTP SCA Save
SCA TFTP SCA Restore
Selection:
'?' - System Help Screen
Figure 8. SCA Operations Menu
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SCA TFTP SCA Restore
This menu choice will bring up the SCA TFTP Restore
screen and attempt to initiate a manual SCA restore
operation. For more information, refer to the section
titled SCA TFTP Restore Screen on page 20.
SCA Autosave Status
The SCA Autosave Status screen (see Figure 9)
displays the status of the SCA Autosave system. There
are no user-editable fields on this status-information
screen.
Many of these fields are simply informational displays
of the settings present on the SCA Autosave Provisioning menu.
Modules Installed
This field displays the number of cards present in the
shelf as well as a summary of the slot numbers where
the cards are installed.
TID: HTVLALEXD01
Slot: SCU
Modules with Changes
This field displays the number and summary of cards
whose provisions have been changed since SCU powerup, or since the last SCA manual or Autosave operation.
Date/Time of Last SCA Autosave
This field displays the date/time of the last SCA
Autosave operation, or “N/A” if none have been
performed.
Date/Time of Next SCA Autosave
This field displays the date/time of the next scheduled
SCA AutoSave operation.
Autosave Status
This field displays the completion status of the last SCA
Autosave operation, or “Idle” if none have been
performed.
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SCA Autosave Status
Autosave Filename Prefix
Autosave Filename Suffix
Current/Next Autosave Instance
Autosave Only if Prov Changes
1
Disabled
Modules Installed
Modules with Changes
Date/Time of last SCA Autosave
Date/Time of next SCA Autosave
4 (0,8,25-26)
1 (0)
Autosave Status
Idle
01/22/00 00:00:00
'?' - System Help Screen
Figure 9. SCA Autosave Status Screen
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SCA TFTP Save Screen
The SCA TFTP Save screen (see Figure 10) initiates
and displays the status of a TFTP SCA save operation.
There are no user-editable fields on this status-information screen.
The SCA TFTP Server and SCA Remote Filename
fields are simply informational displays of the settings
present on the SCA Operations menu.
Modules with Changes
This field displays the number and summary of module
slots whose provisions have been changed since the last
SCA Autosave or manual save operation.
SCA Save Status
This field displays a status summary of the current SCA
save operation.
Modules Installed
This field displays the number of modules present in the
chassis as well as a summary of the slot numbers where
the cards are installed.
TID: HTVLALEXD01
Slot: SCU
TOTAL ACCESS SYSTEM 1500
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SCA TFTP Save
SCA TFTP Server
SCA Remote Filename
Modules Installed
Modules with Changes
valen.frtc.com
Flintville.sca
4 (0,8,25-26)
1 (0)
SCA Save Status
TFTP Send in Progress
'?' - System Help Screen
Figure 10. SCA TFTP Save Screen
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SCA TFTP Restore Screen
The SCA TFTP Restore screen (see Figure 11) initiates
and displays the status of a TFTP SCA restore
operation. There are no user-editable fields on this
status-information screen.
The SCA TFTP Server and SCA Remote Filename
fields are simply informational displays of the settings
present on the SCA Operations screen.
Modules Installed
This field displays the number of modules present in the
chassis as well as a summary of the slot numbers where
the modules are installed.
Modules in SCA
This field displays the number and summary of module
slots represented in the SCA file retrieved from the
TFTP server.
Modules Restored
This field displays the number and summary of module
slots whose provision settings were successfully
restored.
TID: HTVLALEXD01
Slot: SCU
Modules Excluded
This field displays the number and summary of modules
that were not restored to due to user or other exclusions.
Refer to the sections titled SCA Restore Commons
Provisioning on page 15 and SCA Restore Module
Provisioning on page 16 for a description of user
configurable exclusion conditions.
Modules NOT Restored
This field displays the number and summary of module
slots that were not restored for any reason, including
user exclusions or errors.
Modules with Exceptions
This field displays the number and summary of module
slots that experienced exception or error conditions
during the restore operation.
SCA Restore Status
This field displays a status summary of the current SCA
restore operation. The SCA status messages are shown
in Table 7 on page 21.
TOTAL ACCESS SYSTEM 1500
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SCA TFTP Restore
SCA TFTP Server
SCA Remote Filename
Modules Installed
Modules in SCA
Modules Restored
Modules Excluded
Modules NOT Restored
Modules with Exceptions
valen.frtc.com
Flintville.sca
4 (0,8,25-26)
4 (0,8,25-26)
4 (0,8,25-26)
None
None
None
SCA Restore Status
TFTP Restore in Progress
'?' - System Help Screen
Figure 11. SCA TFTP Restore Screen
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Table 7. SCA Restore Status Messages
7. WARRANTY AND CUSTOMER SERVICE
ADTRAN will replace or repair this product within the
warranty period if it does not meet its published specifications or fails while in service. Warranty information
can be found at www.adtran.com/warranty.
Message
Description
TFTP Restore in
Progress
Restore is in progress
Completed
Restore is complete
Error - IP Address not
set
SCU IP address has not been
provisioned
Error - TFTP Server not
set
SCA TFTP server has not
been provisioned
Error - SCA data is
corrupt
A corrupted SCA file was
received
Error - TFTP Server
timeout
Communication timeout with
the TFTP server
ADTRAN Technical Support
Pre-Sales Applications/Post-Sales Technical
Assistance:
TFTP upload error
Any other error
800-726-8663
5. MAINTENANCE
The Total Access 1500 SCU requires no routine maintenance for normal operation. Conduct tests and maintenance for the specific plug-ins in accordance with the
recommendations and procedures prescribed by the
manufacturer of each specific plug-in.
ADTRAN does not recommend that repairs be
attempted in the field. Repair services can be obtained
by returning the defective unit to ADTRAN. Refer to
the Warranty and Customer Service section for further
information.
Refer to the following subsections for sales, support,
Customer and Product Service (CAPS) requests, or
further information.
ADTRAN Sales
Pricing/Availability:
800-827-0807
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
Contact CAPS prior to returning equipment to
ADTRAN.
ADTRAN, Inc.
CAPS Department
901 Explorer Boulevard
Huntsville, Alabama 35806-2807
6. SPECIFICATIONS
Specifications for the Total Access 1500 SCU are
detailed in Table 8 on page 22.
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Table 8. SCU Specifications
Specification
Description
General
Front Panel:
LEDS:
Craft Interface, DB-9 Connector (female)
MJR
MNR
RMT
HST
MLT BSY*
ACO
Switches:
ACO Pushbutton Switch
Ethernet:
10Base-T
Environmental
Operating Temperature:
–40°C to +65°C
Storage Temperature:
–40°C to +85°C
Relative Humidity:
Maximum Current Draw:
Maximum Heat Dissipation:
95% maximum @ 50°C, noncondensing
0.088 amps maximum @ –48 VDC
4.24 watts maximum
Physical
Dimensions:
Weight:
Height: 3.125 inches
Width: 1.54 inches
Depth: 10.1 inches
1 pound
Compliance
Agency Approvals:
UL 60950
NEBS Level 3
GR-1089-CORE
Part Number
Total Access 1500 System Controller Unit:
1180008L1
Total Access 1500 System Controller Unit Central Office:
1180008L2
Total Access 1500 System Controller Unit Remote Terminal:
1180008L3
* Applicable to List 2 and List 3 SCUs only.
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