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Adtran 6540 SHDSL 2 Job Aid
6540 SHDSL 2-Wire/4-Wire NTU, DC Powered
61230002L1-22C
0612
Nx64K
X.21
V.35/V.36
SHDSL
Express 6500 Series
6540 Front Panel
DESCRIPTION
CONTROL V.28
NC
+
6540 Rear Panel
LED INDICATOR FUNCTIONALITY
The DC Powered ADTRAN 6540 SHDSL 2-Wire/4-Wire NTU (P/N 1230002L1) functions as an
interface between the SHDSL network and the Data Terminal Equipment (DTE) for applications such
as LAN-to-LAN bridging, Frame Relay circuit, and PABX termination. The 6540 is designed to be
used as either a remote unit to the ADTRAN Total Access® 3000 multiservice platform, or as a pair of
units in a point-to-point limited distance campus configuration, with one 6540 configured to “LT”
mode.
Label
Status
SHDSL
{
z
z
z
Off
Green
Yellow
Red
Unit is powered off
Port is trained; no active alarms
Port is trained with a minor active alarm (1)
Port is attempting to or is trained with a major alarm (2)
G.703
{
z
z
z
Off
Green
Yellow
Red
Port is not active
Active Port with no active alarm
Active Port with a minor alarm (3)
Active Port with a major alarm (4)
Nx64K
{
z
z
Off
Green
Red
Port is not active
Active Port with no active alarm
Active Port with an active alarm condition (5)
RTS/C
{
Off
z
Green
Nx64K port is not active or when active, V.35/V.36 “Request To Send” or X.21
“Control” line from the DTE is off
V.35/V.36 “Request To Send” or X.21 “Control” line from the DTE is on
{
Off
z
Green
LLOOP
{
z
z
Off
Yellow
Red
Local Loop is not active
Active Local Loopback on the selected port
Active Local Loop on one or more ports or services (when no port is selected)
RLOOP
{
z
z
Off
Yellow
Red
Remote Loop is not active
Active Remote Loopback on the selected port (when determined via established EOC)
Active Remote Loop on one or more ports or services (when no port is selected)
BERT
{
z
z
z
Off
Green
Yellow
Red
BERT is not active
Active BERT and the test pattern detector is synchronized with no received bit errors
Active BERT and one or more test pattern bit errors have been received
Active BERT but the test pattern detector is not synchronized
COMPLIANCE
EN 300 386-2; IEC 60950/EN 60950/AS NZS60950; S016; S043.2; ITU K.21 Enhanced; Telstra 1555.
FEATURES
The 6540 has the following features:
♦ Housed in a standalone plastic case
♦ Provides four front panel recessed pushbuttons and eight front panel LED indicators
♦ Provides SHDSL, G.703 and/or Nx64K ports, and a local management port
♦ Provides a rear panel connection for local DC power
♦ Provides bad splice protection using the ADTRAN proprietary Runtime TScan™ 2.0 splice
protection feature (for more information on this feature and how to locally manage TScan, refer to
the SHDSL 2-Wire/4-Wire NTU Product Series Installation and Maintenance Practice, P/N
61230001L1-5)
RLSD/I
PUSHBUTTON FUNCTIONALITY
Pushbutton
Description
PORT SELECT
Press the PORT SELECT button to select the active port. Selection choices cycle through the
following order: No Port, Nx64k, G.703, SHDSL.
LOCAL LOOP/
ERR INJ
If a port is selected, and a Bit Error Rate Test (BERT) is not in progress, press the LOCAL
LOOP/ERR INJ button to initiate or terminate a local loop on the selected port. If a BERT is
in progress, press the button to inject a single bit error.
REMOTE LOOP
If the SHDSL port is selected, press the REMOTE LOOP button to place or remove a remote
loop on the port by sending a EOC request message to the LTU (or NTU in campus mode). If
the Nx64K port or G.703 port (with only one service defined) is selected, press this button to
place or remove a remote loop on the selected port's single data service by sending respective
inband loop up or loop down patterns to the far end (in the associated data service timeslots).
BERT
35-80VDC 250mA
G.703
If a port is selected and there are no local loops, press the BERT button to start or stop a
BERT on the selected port.
*61230002L1-22C*
Description
Nx64K port is inactive or when active, V.35/V.36 “Receive Line Signal Detector” and
X.21 “Indication” control line from the NTU is off.
V.35/V.36 “Receive Line Signal Detector” or X.21 “Indication” control line from the
NTU (DCE) is on
1. Minor SHDSL port alarms: CRC errors, Loop Attenuation Threshold Alarm, SNR Margin Threshold Alarm, Segment
Anomaly, and any ES, SES, UAS, CVC, and LOSWS 15-Minute Threshold Alarm
2. Major SHDSL port alarms: LOS, LOSW, or Segment Defect
3. Minor G.703 port alarms: Rx RAI, Frame Slip, CRC-4 errors, LBER, and any ES, SES, UAS, and CVC 15-Minute
Threshold Alarm
4. Major G.703 port alarms: LOS, LOF, LOMF, Rx AIS, or HBER
5. Nx64K port alarms: Clock Slip, Loss of External Clock, FIFO Underflow/Overflow, and Inactivity Alarm
For more information, refer to the Installation and Maintenance Practice (P/N 61230001L1-5) available online at www.adtran.com.
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61230002L1-22C
6540 SHDSL 2-Wire/4-Wire NTU, DC Powered
MENU TREE
1. LTU
2. NTU
1. Unit Information
Main Menu
1. NT
2. LT
1. Internal Clock
2. Nx64 ETC(113)/X
3. G.703 Rx Clock
4. SHDSL Rx Clock
1. Unit Mode
2. Cross-Connect Map
3. SNR Margin Alarm Threshold (dB)
0. Disabled
1-15. Alarm Threshold
3. Clock Source
4. Circuit ID
5. Date and Time
6. Restore Factory Defaults
7. Upgrade Firmware
8. Local Management
9. Change Password
4. Loop Attenuation Alarm Threshold (dB)
0. Disabled
1-127. Alarm Threshold
1. Interface Type Auto Detection
5. Outage Auto-Retrain
1. Disabled
2. Enabled
2. Interface Type Manual Select
1. Unit Options
2. Provisioning
2. SHDSL Options
1. Interface Mode
2. Payload Rate (kbps) *
6. PM Thresholds
3. G.703 Options
1. 2-Wire
2. 4-Wire
1. ES 15-Minute Alarm Threshold
2. SES 15-Minute Alarm Threshold
3. UAS 15-Minute Alarm Threshold
4. CVC 15-Minute Alarm Threshold
0. Disabled
1-900. Seconds
3. Inactivity Alarm Delay (Secs)
0. Disabled
1-65535. Seconds
4. Tx Clock Source
5. LOSWS 15-Minute Alarm Threshold
6. OS 15-Minute Alarm Threshold
0. Disabled
1-900. Seconds
5. Tx Clock Polarity
1. ISDN-PRA V3
2. G.704 CRC-4 Multiframing
3. Timeslot Idle Pattern
4. Spare Bits Insertion to Span
5. Spare Bits Pattern to Span
6. Spare Bits Insertion
7. Spare Bits Pattern
8. RAI Generation
9. E-bit Generation
10. ES 15-Minute Alarm Threshold
11. SES 15-Minute Alarm Threshold
12. UAS 15 Minute Alarm Threshold
13. CVC 15-Minute Alarm Threshold
1. Disabled
2. Enabled
00h to FFh
1. Disabled
2. Enabled
00h to FFh
1. Disabled
2. Enabled
00h to FFh
1. Disabled
2. Enabled
0. Disabled
1-900. Seconds
0. Disabled
1-65535. Seconds
1. Disabled
2. Enabled
1. Disabled
2. Enabled
1. X.21
2. V.35
3. V.36
0. Disabled
1-100. Alarm Threshold
1. From DCE, TC (Circuit 114)
2. From DTE, ETC (Circuit 113)
1. Normal
2. Inverted
3. Auto
6. X.21 C Mode
1. Permanent On
2. DTE Driven
7. X.21 I Mode
1. Permanent On
2. Sync Mode
8. V.35/V.36 RTS (Circuit 105)
1. Permanent On
2. DTE Driven
9. V.35/V.36 RTS (Circuit 106)
1. Permanent Off
2. Permanent On
3. RTS Driven
10. V.35/V.36 RTS to CTS Delay (ms)
1. Permanent Off
2. Permanent On
12. V.35/V.36 DTR (Circuit 108/2)
1. Permanent On
2. DTE Driven
13. CVC 15-Minute Alarm Threshold
1. Permanent Off
2. Permanent On
3. Sync Mode
4. Nx64K Options
1. Loopback Types
5. Test Options
1. In-band Loopback Protocol
2. Inband Loopback Options
3. Loopback Timeout (Min)
4. BERT Pattern
1. SHDSL Port
2. G.703 Port
3. G.703 Services
4. Nx64K Port
5. Reset All Status
3. Status
1. Dual Sided
2. Transparent
3. Nontransparent
2. G.703 Services In-band Pattern Detection
3. Nx64k In-band Pattern Detection
0. Disabled
1-199. Time Out in Minutes
1. Normal
2. Inverted
6. Pushbuttons (All)
7. SHDSL Port Select Pushbuttons
1. Disabled
2. Enabled
8. V.35/V.36 RL (Circuit 140)
9. V.35/V.36 LL (Circuit 141)
1. Permanent Off
2. DTE Driven
10. V.35/V.36 TI (Circuit 142)
1. Permanent Off
2. Test Driven
4. Test
6. TSCAN
1. Restart Bad Splice Detector
2. 24 Hour Counts
7. Terminal Mode
Local Management
Remote Virtual Terminal Management
Warranty:
1. PN127
2. V.54
1. Disabled
2. Enabled
1. Disabled
2. Enabled
1. ALT
2. 2047
3. 2E15-1
4. QRSS
5. BERT Pattern Polarity
5. Performance History
0 to 255 = Delay in ms
11. V.35/V.36 DSR (Circuit 107)
1. SHDSL Port
2. G.703 Port
3. Reset All
1. SHDSL Local Loopback
2. SHDSL Remote Loopback
3. SHDSL BERT
4. G.703 Local Loopback
5. G.703 BERT
6. G.703 Services
1. Local Loopback
2. Remote Inband Loopback
3. BERT
1. Dual Sided
2. Customer Transparent
3. Customer Non-Transparent
4. Network Transparent
5. Network Non-Transparent
7. Nx64k Local Loopback
8. Nx64k Remote Inband Loopback
9. Nx64k BERT
* 2-wire mode: 192 kbps to 2.304 Mbps (N x 64 kbps, where N=3 to 36)
4-wire mode: 384 kbps to 4.608 Mbps (N x 64 kbps, where N=even numbers, 6 to 72)
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 online at www.adtran.com/warranty.
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