Tektronix MTM300 Manual

Tektronix MTM300 Manual
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Service Manual
MTM300 Series
MPEG Transport Monitor
071-0601-00
This document applies to firmware version 1.00
and above.
Warning
The servicing instructions are for use by qualified
personnel only. To avoid personal injury, do not
perform any servicing unless you are qualified to
do so. Refer to all safety summaries prior to
performing service.
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that in all previously published material. Specifications and price change privileges reserved.
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WARRANTY
Tektronix warrants that the products that it manufactures and sells will be free from defects in materials and
workmanship for a period of one (1) year from the date of shipment. If a product proves defective during this
warranty period, Tektronix, at its option, either will repair the defective product without charge for parts and labor,
or will provide a replacement in exchange for the defective product.
In order to obtain service under this warranty, Customer must notify Tektronix of the defect before the expiration
of the warranty period and make suitable arrangements for the performance of service. Customer shall be
responsible for packaging and shipping the defective product to the service center designated by Tektronix, with
shipping charges prepaid. Tektronix shall pay for the return of the product to Customer if the shipment is to a
location within the country in which the Tektronix service center is located. Customer shall be responsible for
paying all shipping charges, duties, taxes, and any other charges for products returned to any other locations.
This warranty shall not apply to any defect, failure or damage caused by improper use or improper or inadequate
maintenance and care. Tektronix shall not be obligated to furnish service under this warranty a) to repair damage
resulting from attempts by personnel other than Tektronix representatives to install, repair or service the product;
b) to repair damage resulting from improper use or connection to incompatible equipment; c) to repair any
damage or malfunction caused by the use of non-Tektronix supplies; or d) to service a product that has been
modified or integrated with other products when the effect of such modification or integration increases the time
or difficulty of servicing the product.
THIS WARRANTY IS GIVEN BY TEKTRONIX IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS
OR IMPLIED. TEKTRONIX AND ITS VENDORS DISCLAIM ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. TEKTRONIX’
RESPONSIBILITY TO REPAIR OR REPLACE DEFECTIVE PRODUCTS IS THE SOLE AND
EXCLUSIVE REMEDY PROVIDED TO THE CUSTOMER FOR BREACH OF THIS WARRANTY.
TEKTRONIX AND ITS VENDORS WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL,
INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES IRRESPECTIVE OF WHETHER TEKTRONIX OR
THE VENDOR HAS ADVANCE NOTICE OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
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Table of Contents
General Safety Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Service Safety Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Preface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Related Material . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Manual Conventions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Contacting Tektronix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Specifications
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Performance Conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Electrical, Hardware, and Signal Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
System Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mechanical (Physical) Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Environmental Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Certification and Compliances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Operating Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2--1
MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Server Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Analysis Servers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Master Client . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Expert Client . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuration Client . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SNMP Capabilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitor Installation Options . . . . . . . .
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Standard Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Optional Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing the MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hardware Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Electrical Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Networking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Network Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Physical Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Minimum Network Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Network Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting TCP/IP Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SNMP Network Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Logging On to the MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . .
Login Passwords . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Starting and Exiting the Master Client Application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Operating Information
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Shutting Down the MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . .
Soft Power Down . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Standard Power Down . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hard Power Down . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring the MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sending Traps to the Local Server Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sending Traps to a Network Management Station . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring a Transport Monitor for use in a Small Network . . . . . . . . . .
Functional Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Theory of Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3--1
Mainframe Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
System Busses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mainframe Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PCI Backplane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Front Panel Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
External SCSI Port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Floppy Disk Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CD Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
LCD Flat-Panel Display (Option LC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MTM300 System Modules Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Theory of Operation
Performance Verification
Performance Verification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4--1
Adjustment Procedures
Adjustment Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5--1
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6--1
Cleaning and Preventive Maintenance Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Exterior Instrument . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Compact Disc Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Keyboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mouse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Optional SVGA Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Interior . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power-on Diagnostics Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power-on Diagnostics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Software Problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Transport Monitor Hardware Diagnostics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Network Troubleshooting Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Maintenance
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Table of Contents
Basic Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IP Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Common Troubleshooting Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Troubleshooting Transport Monitors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Troubleshooting Remote Monitoring Desktops . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Troubleshooting Network Management Stations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sources of Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Software Repair and Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6--27
Software Repair Strategy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Restoring System Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Restoring Device Drivers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Restoring the Operating System and MTM300 Application Software . . . .
Restoring System Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Restoring the Boot Order . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Restoring the BIOS Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Restoring the SCSI Drive Controller Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Restoring the Display Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Restoring the COM Port Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Restoring the Taskbar Auto-Hide Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Restoring the Event Viewer Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Restoring the Windows NT Explorer Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Restoring the Boot Initialization Countdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting, Resetting, and Disabling Auto Logon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Restoring the NetBEUI Protocol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Restoring the Microsoft TCP/IP Printing Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Restoring the SNMP Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Restoring Microsoft Windows NT Service Pack 6a . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Restoring Device Drivers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Restoring the Sound Chip Driver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Restoring the Display Driver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Restoring the Soft Power-Off Driver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Restoring the PCI Adapter Driver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Restoring the Touch-Screen Driver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Restoring the MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitor Operating System .
Software Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Minimum Software Installation Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing the MTM300 Series Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Removal and Replacement Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Replaceable Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Recommended Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing the Bezel Trim Ring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing the Cabinet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Replacing the Cabinet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Replacing the Bezel Trim Ring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing and Replacing Plug-In Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing a Plug-In Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reinstalling a PCI Plug-In Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mainframe Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Removing the Interface Circuit Board Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reinstalling the Front Panel Interface Circuit Board Cover . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing the Key Pad Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Replacing the Key Pad Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing the CD and Floppy Disk Drive Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing and Replacing the CD-ROM Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing and Replacing the Floppy Disk Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reinstalling the CD and Floppy Disk Drive Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Replacing the Speaker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing and Replacing the SCSI Hard Disk Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing and Replacing the Power Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing and Replacing the Controller Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing and Replacing the Interface Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing and Replacing the Backplane Circuit Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Repackaging Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Replacement Packaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Repackaging Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Options
Replaceable Electrical Parts
Replaceable Electrical Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Diagrams
Replaceable Mechanical Parts
Replaceable Mechanical Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Parts Ordering Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the Replaceable Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Creating and Using an Emergency Repair Disk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Creating an Emergency Repair Disk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the Emergency Repair Disk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Minimum Software Installation Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MTM300 Series Network Management Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Remote Monitoring Desktop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
HP OpenView Network Node Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Software Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Installing Windows NT Service Pack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing the MTM300 Series Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Entering the General License Password . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Restoring the MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitor Operating System
and Drivers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Verify BIOS Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Install Windows NT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Set Date and Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Install Miscellaneous NT Services and Protocols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing Additional Applications (Part 1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Install NT Service Pack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing Additional Applications (Part 2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Miscellaneous Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cleanup and Shutdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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List of Figures
Figure 2--1: The MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitor . . . . . .
Figure 2--2: MTM300 Series transport monitor rear panel
connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 2--3: Side panel keyboard and monitor connections . . . . . . .
Figure 2--4: Network dialog box showing TCP/IP protocol item . . .
Figure 2--5: IP tab parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 2--6: DNS tab parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 2--7: Router application window . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 2--8: IP parameters for network management station . . . . . .
Figure 2--9: Management station added . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 2--10: On/Stby switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 2--11: Server manager and analysis server icons in system
tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 2--12: The Tektronix MPEG Transport Monitor program
group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 2--13: Shutting down the transport monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 2--14: Windows NT shut down windows dialog box . . . . . . .
Figure 2--15: Router application showing two host machines . . . . . .
Figure 2--16: SNMP Traps to target dialog box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 2--17: SNMP Traps to target dialog box showing localhost
IP parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 2--18: Router application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 2--19: IP parameters for network management station . . . . .
Figure 2--20: Network management station added . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 2--21: Modified hosts file . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 2--22: The Master client application window . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 2--23: The Expert client application window . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 2--24: The Configuration client application window . . . . . . .
Figure 2--25: Front-panel elements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Figure 3--1: Mainframe simplified block diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3--2
Figure 4--1: Connecting the loop throughs on the back of the
transport monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 4--2: Hardware diagnostic tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 4--3: Default self test selections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Figure 4--4: Changing self test parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 4--5: Self test in progress . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 4--6: Saving test results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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4--4
4--5
Figure 6--1: Incorrect IP address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6--2: Incorrect subnet mask . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6--3: Incorrect default gateway IP address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6--4: Ping.exe command window . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6--5: Tracert.exe command window . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6--6: Command prompt with nslookup results . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6--7: Network name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6--8: Network dialog box, adapters tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6--9: Adapter card dialog box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6--10: Adapter card test complete . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6--11: Connecting to a remote server manager with the
router . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6--12: List of machines receiving traps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6--13: Software protection key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6--14: Check free disk space . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6--15: Setup type dialog box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6--16: Interim reboot message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6--17: Right side handle screws . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6--18: Rear panel feet removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6--19: Circuit board retaining plate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6--20: Front panel circuit board cover removal . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6--21: Key pad assembly removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6--22: Chassis screw locations for CD drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6--23: Chassis screw locations for the floppy disk drive . . . .
Figure 6--24: Floppy disk drive and CD audio connector
installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6--25: Speaker installation and fan locations . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6--26: Power supply long and short screw locations . . . . . . . .
Figure 6--27: Controller board orientation and screw locations . . . .
Figure 6--28: Insert I/O board into slot 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6--29: Installing the I/O circuit board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6--30: I/O board to controller board interconnections top
connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6--31: I/O board to controller board interconnections
bottom connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Figure 6--32: Top connection to controller board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6--33: Location of J220 connections and wiring
orientation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6--34: Front panel interface circuit board connectors . . . . . .
Figure 6--35: Screw locations for the interface circuit board . . . . . . .
Figure 6--36: Cut-away view showing wire routing of fan and
speaker wires . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6--37: Backplane orientation and screw locations . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6--38: Repackaging the transport monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6--39: Placement of bottom spacer pad in inner shipping
box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Figure 10--1: Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 10--2: Front--panel parts, Backplane board, and disk
drives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 10--3: Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 10--4: Cabinet parts and accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Figure A--1: Software protection key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure A--2: Check free disk space . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure A--3: Setup type dialog box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure A--4: Interim reboot message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure A--5: Auto logon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure A--6: System summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure A--7: System setup settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure A--8: Primary hard drive settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure A--9: Boot options settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure A--10: BIOS Options settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure A--11: Onboard peripheral settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure A--12: Onboard peripheral settings alternate . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure A--13: PCI settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure A--14: PNP exclusions settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure A--15: Cache settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure A--16: Chipset settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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List of Tables
Table 1--1: Processing Interface Adapter (PIA) board . . . . . . . . . . .
Table 1--2: ASI mezzanine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Table 1--3: SSI mezzanine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Table 1--4: Alarm relay board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Table 1--5: Rear panel interface characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Table 1--6: Relay closure for alarm relay boards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Table 1--7: Side and front panel interface characteristics . . . . . . . . .
Table 1--8: System components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Table 1--9: AC power source characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Table 1--10: Mechanical characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Table 1--11: Environmental characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Table 1--12: Dynamics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Table 1--13: Electromagnetic Compatibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Table 1--14: Environmental Limits and Use Classification for
Safety Certification Compliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Table 2--1: MTM300 Series transport monitor options . . . . . . . . . .
Table 2--2: Previous option nomenclature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Table 2--3: Standard accessories for the transport monitor . . . . . . .
Table 2--4: Standard accessories for the network management
software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Table 2--5: Optional accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Table 2--6: Electrical operating requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Table 2--7: Rear-panel connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Table 2--8: Relay closure pin assignments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Table 2--9: Front panel-key controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Table 2--10: Touch screen techniques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Table 6--1: Troubleshooting power-on failures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Table 6--2: Power-up error messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Table 6--3: MTM300 Series COM port settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Table 6--4: Touchscreen driver hardware settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Table 6--5: Packaging material . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Table 7--1: Current MTM300 Series transport monitor options . . .
Table 7--2: Previous option nomenclature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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General Safety Summary
Review the following safety precautions to avoid injury and prevent damage to
this product or any products connected to it. To avoid potential hazards, use this
product only as specified.
Only qualified personnel should perform service procedures.
To Avoid Fire or
Personal Injury
Use Proper Power Cord. Use only the power cord specified for this product and
certified for the country of use.
Ground the Product. This product is indirectly grounded through the grounding
conductor of the mainframe power cord. To avoid electric shock, the grounding
conductor must be connected to earth ground. Before making connections to the
input or output terminals of the product, ensure that the product is properly
grounded.
Observe All Terminal Ratings. To avoid fire or shock hazard, observe all ratings
and markings on the product. Consult the product manual for further ratings
information before making connections to the product.
Do Not Operate Without Covers. Do not operate this product with covers or panels
removed.
Use Proper Fuse. Use only the fuse type and rating specified for this product.
Avoid Exposed Circuitry. Do not touch exposed connections and components
when power is present.
Do Not Operate With Suspected Failures. If you suspect there is damage to this
product, have it inspected by qualified service personnel.
Do Not Operate in Wet/Damp Conditions.
Do Not Operate in an Explosive Atmosphere.
Keep Product Surfaces Clean and Dry.
Provide Proper Ventilation. Refer to the manual’s installation instructions for
details on installing the product so it has proper ventilation.
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Symbols and Terms
Terms in this Manual. These terms may appear in this manual:
WARNING. Warning statements identify conditions or practices that could result
in injury or loss of life.
CAUTION. Caution statements identify conditions or practices that could result in
damage to this product or other property.
Terms on the Product. These terms may appear on the product:
DANGER indicates an injury hazard immediately accessible as you read the
marking.
WARNING indicates an injury hazard not immediately accessible as you read the
marking.
CAUTION indicates a hazard to property including the product.
Symbols on the Product. The following symbols may appear on the product:
CAUTION
Refer to Manual
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(Earth) Terminal
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Service Safety Summary
Only qualified personnel should perform service procedures. Read this Service
Safety Summary and the General Safety Summary before performing any service
procedures.
Do Not Service Alone. Do not perform internal service or adjustments of this
product unless another person capable of rendering first aid and resuscitation is
present.
Disconnect Power. To avoid electric shock, switch off the instrument power, then
disconnect the power cord from the mains power.
Use Care When Servicing With Power On. Dangerous voltages or currents may
exist in this product. Disconnect power, remove battery (if applicable), and
disconnect test leads before removing protective panels, soldering, or replacing
components.
To avoid electric shock, do not touch exposed connections.
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Preface
This manual explains how to service the Tektronix MTM300 Series MPEG
Transport Monitor. The manual is organized into the following sections:
H
Specifications. Lists the product specifications.
H
Operating Information. Describes product operation in general terms.
H
Theory of Operation. Explains the product as necessary to perform modulelevel service.
H
Performance Verification. Explains how to verify product performance to
specifications.
H
Adjustment Procedures. Explains how to adjust the product.
H
Maintenance. Provides general guidelines for maintaining the product.
Includes software repair and recovery for MTM300 Series Version 1.2 and
above.
H
Options. Lists the instrument options.
H
Replaceable Electrical Parts. Lists replaceable electrical components.
H
Diagrams. Points to location of diagrams.
H
Replaceable Mechanical Parts. Lists replaceable mechanical parts.
H
Appendix A: Software Repair and Recovery for MTM300 Series Version 1.0.
Provides an alternate to the software procedures in the Maintenance section,
for products with version 1.0.
Related Material
The following URLs access the websites for the standards organizations listed
(the URLs listed were valid as of February, 2002):
H
MPEG-2 standards (International Organization for Standards)
http://www.iso.ch
H
DVB standards (European Technical Standards Institute)
http://www.etsi.org
H
ATSC standards (Advanced Television Systems Committee)
http://www.atsc.org
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Manual Conventions
Naming conventions for the interface elements and Windows elements in this
manual follow the Microsoft Manual of Style, Second Edition. Naming
conventions for MPEG-2, ATSC, and DVB structures follow the conventions
derived from the standards documents listed under Related Material on
page xv. In addition, the following formatting conventions apply to this
manual:
H
Bold text refers to specific interface elements that you are instructed to
select, click, or clear.
Example: Select Settings from the Configuration menu.
H
Italic text refers to document names or sections. Italics are also used to refer
to a named item when it is first described.
Example: See Details Panel for more information.
Example: A transport stream (also called a multiplex) is an ordered series of
bytes representing valid MPEG-2, DVB, or ATSC elements.
H
Mono-spaced text can indicate the following:
H
Text you enter from a keyboard
Example: Enter administrator for your login and MPEG2 for your
password.
H
Characters you press on your keyboard
Example: Press CTRL+C to copy the selected text.
H
Paths to components on your hard drive
Example: The Tektronix RTA MIB is at the following location: C:\MIB
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Contacting Tektronix
Phone
1-800-833-9200*
Address
Tektronix, Inc.
Department or name (if known)
14200 SW Karl Braun Drive
P.O. Box 500
Beaverton, OR 97077
USA
Web site
www.tektronix.com
Sales support
1-800-833-9200, select option 1*
Service support
1-800-833-9200, select option 2*
Technical support
Email: [email protected]
1-800-833-9200, select option 3*
6:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Pacific time
*
This phone number is toll free in North America. After office hours, please leave a
voice mail message.
Outside North America, contact a Tektronix sales office or distributor; see the
Tektronix web site for a list of offices.
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The tables in this section list the characteristics of the MTM300 Series MPEG
Transport Monitor.
Performance Conditions
The performance characteristics listed in the following tables are typical within
the environmental limits if the instrument was adjusted at 25 _C ± 5 _C and you
allowed a minimum warm-up time of 20 minutes.
In Tables 1--1 through 1--5, and Tables 1--7 through 1--10, the information in the
Description column provides performance information. These are not considered
to be statements of guaranteed performance and are not supported by a performance check.
Electrical, Hardware, and Signal Specifications
Table 1- 1: Processing Interface Adapter (PIA) board
Description
Characteristic
Frequency offset
Accuracy, initial
1.0 ppm
Drift, typical
0.5 ppm per year
Table 1- 2: ASI mezzanine
Characteristic
Description
ASI input
Connector
BNC, Female
ASI bit rate
270 Mbps, 100 ppm
Transport stream rate
180 Mbps, maximum for one input or an aggregate maximum of 2, 3, or 4 inputs per
analysis board
1 Mbps, minimum
Data format
Accepts both burst and packet mode of ASI format
Accepts M2S format
Packet length
188, 204 byte
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Table 1- 2: ASI mezzanine (cont.)
Characteristic
Description
Signal amplitude
880 mVp-p maximum
200 mVp-p minimum
Termination
75 Ω
Return loss
–17 dB, 27 to 270 MHz
ASI output
Active loop-through of the input on the same channel
Connector
BNC, Female
ASI bit rate
Same as the input
Data format
Same as the input
Signal amplitude
880 mVp-p maximum
720 mVp-p minimum
Output impedance
75 Ω
Return loss
–17 dB, 27 to 270 MHz
Table 1- 3: SSI mezzanine
Characteristic
Description
SSI input (SMPTE310M)
Connector
BNC, Female
Input bit rate
19,392,658.5 bps , 54 bps
38,785,316.9 bps, 108 bps
Synchronization
0x47
Synchronization will occur when the sync_byte is 0x47
Data format
Compliant with SMPTE310M
Packet length
188 byte
Signal amplitude
880 mVp-p, maximum
720 mVp-p, minimum
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Signal DC offset
0.5 VDC, maximum
Termination
75 Ω
Return loss
–17 dB, 100 kHz to 77.6 MHz
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Table 1- 3: SSI mezzanine (cont.)
Characteristic
Description
SSI output (SMPTE310M)
Active loop-through of the input on the same channel
Connector
BNC, Female
Output bit rate
Same as the input
Data format
Same as the input
Signal amplitude
880 mVp-p maximum
720 mVp-p minimum
Signal DC offset
0.5 VDC, maximum
Signal rise and fall times
0.4 ns minimum
5.0 ns maximum
Rise and fall times shall not differ by more than 1.6 ns, measured between 20% and 80%
Signal overshoot
10% of maximum signal amplitude
Output impedance
75 Ω
Return loss
–17 dB, 100 kHz to 77.6 MHz
Table 1- 4: Alarm relay board
Characteristic
Description
Relay contact rating
6 A at 15 V
Relay contact resistance
100 milliohms maximum
Relay life expectancy
10,000,000 actuations minimum
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Table 1- 5: Rear panel interface characteristics
Characteristic
Description
Parallel interface port (printer port)
Port supports standard Centronics mode, Enhanced Parallel Port (EPP), or Microsoft
high-speed mode (ECP) and uses a 25-pin D-sub connector.
Compliant with IEEE P1284-C/D2 for bidirectional Parallel Peripheral Interface for
Personal Computers (draft) style 1284-- C.
Pin assignments for compatible mode:
1. STROBE*
14. AUTOLF*
2. D0
15. ERR*
3. D1
16. INIT*
4. D2
17. SELECTIN*
5. D3
18. STROBE*
6. D4
19. GND
7. D5
20. GND
8. D6
21. GND
9. D7
22. GND
10. ACK*
23. GND
11. BUSY
24. GND
12. PaperEnd
25. GND
13. SELECT.
Serial interface port
9-pin male-D-sub connector to support RS232 serial port. Compliant to EIA/TIA 574.
Pin assignments (RS232):
1. DCD
6. DSR
2. RXD
7. RTS
3. TXD
8. CTS
4. DTR
9. RI
5. GND
Pin Assignments (RS485):
1. RXD-6. CTS-2. RXD+
7. RTS+
3. TXD+
8. CTS+
4. TXD-9. RTS-5. GND
SVGA Output Port
15-pin female high density-D-sub SVGA connector. Compliant with EIA RS 343A.
Selectable 640 X 480 (VGA), 800 X 600, and 1024 X 768 (SVGA).
Pin assignments:
1. Red
9. (key)
2. Green
10. GND
3. Blue
11. NC
4. NC
12. NC
5. GND
13. HSYNC
6. AGND
14. VSYNC
7. AGND
15. NC
8. AGND
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Table 1- 5: Rear panel interface characteristics (cont.)
Characteristic
Description
USB Port
Series A USB receptacle.
Pin assignments:
1. Vbus
2. - Data
3.
4.
+Data
GND
Ethernet Port
10 Base-T/100 Base-T on PCI bus, RJ45 Connector, Plug & Play compatible, Bus master
mode.
RJ45 pin assignments:
1. TX+
5. NC
2. TX-6. RX-3. RX+
7. NC
4. NC
8. NC
Alarm relay output
25-pin male D-sub connector to support alarm relay out.
Pin Assignment, see Table 1-- 6
Table 1- 6: Relay closure for alarm relay boards
Alarm relay output slot
Input
ETR 290 priority
Pins
8
1A
1
4 and 17
2
3 and 15
1
7 and 20
2
6 and 18
1
10 and 23
2
9 and 21
1
12 and 25
2
11 and 24
1
4 and 17
2
3 and 15
1
7 and 20
2
6 and 18
1
10 and 23
2
9 and 21
1
12 and 25
2
11 and 24
1B
2A
2B
9
4A
4B
5A
5B
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Table 1- 7: Side and front panel interface characteristics
Characteristic
Description
Mouse Port
PS2 compatible mouse port utilizing a mini-DIN connector.
Pin assignments:
1. Data
4. +5V.
2. NC
5. Clock
3. GND
6. NC
Keyboard Port
PS2 compatible keyboard port utilizing a mini-DIN connector.
Pin assignments:
1. Data
4. +5V.
2. NC
5. Clock
3. GND
6. NC
USB Port
Series A USB receptacle.
Pin assignments:
1. Vbus
3. +Data
Touch Panel (optional)
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3. +Data
4. GND
Standard 10.4 in touch panel pointing device mounted on the surface of the TFT display,
connecting to the Front Panel Interface Board.
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System Components
Table 1- 8: System components
Characteristic
Description
Mainframe
Tektronix manufactured, common-platform mainframe
Form Factor
Rack-mountable in standard 19-inch rack
Processor
Two 400 MHz Pentium II processors
System Memory
256 MB for MTM 300, 384 MB for MTM 301
Real Time Clock
Real-time clock/calendar with a resolution of 1 second or less
Retention Time: Real-time clock, CMOS
setup, and PnP NVRAM
Projected battery life is10 years
BIOS
Phoenix BIOS, Y2K compliant, field upgradable
Bus
32-bit PCI
Expansion Slots
8 PCI slots
Graphics
1024 × 768 SVGA resolution with 32K colors minimum
Non-volatile Storage
Floppy Disk drive
3.5 inch PC compatible floppy disk drive; 1.44 Mbyte high-density double sided (2HD)
CD-ROM drive
PC compatible half height IDE CDROM drive, 8X
Hard Disk Drives
9 GB Small Computer Systems Interface (SCSI) HDD
Mainframe Interfaces
One loop-through ethernet port
One bi-directional RS-232/RS-422/RS-485 port
Two alarm relay out
One parallel port (printer)
Two hot-pluggable keyboard ports
(one on the rear panel, one on the left front side panel)
Two hot-pluggable mouse ports
(one on the rear panel, one on the left front side panel)
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Power Characteristics
Table 1- 9: AC power source characteristics
Characteristic
Description
Source Voltage
100 VAC to 240 VAC, 47 Hz to 63 Hz, continuous range CAT II
Fuse Rating
10 A Fast / 250 V
Maximum Power Consumption
185 Watts typical
Inrush Surge Current
36 Amps maximum
Power Factor Correction
Yes
Mechanical (Physical) Characteristics
Table 1- 10: Mechanical characteristics
Characteristic
Description
Classification
Transportable platform intended for either rackmount or bench/lab based applications
Overall Dimensions
Height
8.9 in (w/o ft) (22.6 cm)
Width
16.75 in (42.5 cm)
Depth
21.5 in (54.6 cm)
Weight
MTM300 Series mainframe
39 lb (17.7 kg)
Shipping Weight
60 lb (27.2 kg), including pouch
Construction Materials
Chassis parts are constructed of aluminum alloy and aluminized steel; front panel and
trim pieces are constructed of plastic; circuit boards are constructed of glass and/or
ceramic-glass laminate.
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Environmental Characteristics
Table 1- 11: Environmental characteristics
Characteristic
Description
Cooling airflow
Intake is from the front and sides of the instrument. Exhaust is to the bottom and rear of
the instrument.
Required Clearance
2 in (50 mm) air space adjacent to the bottom of the instrument is required.
Use Rating
Rated for indoor use only.
Atmospherics
Temperature:
Operating
5 °C to 40 °C, 30 °C/hr max gradient, non-condensing (derated 1°C per 1,000 ft above
5,000 ft altitude)
Non-operating
- 20 °C to 60 °C, 30 °C/hr max gradient (without disk media installed in disk drives)
Humidity
Operating
20% to 80% relative humidity, non-condensing. Max wet bulb temperature: 29 °C
(derates relative humidity to ~22% at 50 °C)
Non-operating
8% to 80% relative humidity, non-condensing. Max wet bulb temperature: 40 °C
(derates relative humidity to ~55% at 50 °C)
Altitude
Operating
Up to 10,000 ft (3,040 m), (derated 1 °C per 1,000 ft above 5,000 ft altitude)
Non-Operating
Up to 40,000 ft (12,190 m)
Table 1- 12: Dynamics
Description
Characteristic
Random Vibration:
Operating
0.27 gRMS total from 5 to 500 Hz, 10 minutes each axis, 3-axes, 30 minutes total
Non-Operating
0.97 gRMS total from 5 to 200 Hz, 10 minutes each axis, 3-axes, 30 minutes total
Functional Shock: Non-operating
Half-sine, 30 g’s, 11ms duration. 3 drops each of the six sides, 18 shocks total (no media
in floppy disk or CD drive)
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Certification and Compliances
Table 1- 13: Electromagnetic Compatibility
Category
Standards or description
EC Declaration of Conformity - EMC
Compliance was demonstrated per EN55103-- 1/2 Product Family Standard for Audio, Video,
Audio-Video, and Entertainment Lighting Control Apparatus for Professional Use (Environment
Class E2; rack-mount application), using the following specifications:
Emissions:
EN 55022
Class B1, Radiated and Conducted Emissions.
EN 61000-3-2 (A 14)
Harmonic Currents, Conducted Emissions, AC Power Port
EN 55103-1
Radiated Magnetic Field Emissions, Annex A, rack-mount,
Inrush Currents, Conducted Emissions, AC Power Port, Annex B
Signal and Control Ports, Conducted Emissions, Annex E
Peak Inrush Currents
MTM300 main unit
36 A peak at 240 VAC/50 HZ, 15 A peak at 100 VAC/50 Hz
Immunity:
IEC 61000-4-2
Electrostatic Discharge Immunity, Performance Criterion “B”
IEC 61000-4-3
RF Electromagnetic Field Immunity, Performance Criterion “A”
IEC 61000-4-4
Electrical Fast Transient/Burst Immunity, Performance Criterion “B”
IEC 61000-4-5
Electrical Slow Transient (Surge) Immunity, Performance Criterion “B”
IEC 61000-4-6
Conducted Radio Frequency Immunity, Performance Criterion “A”
IEC 61000-4-11
Voltage Short Interruption Immunity, AC Power Port, Performance
Criterion “C”
IEC 61000-4-11
Voltage Dips Immunity, AC Power Port, Performance Criterion “B” and “C”
EN55103-- 2
Radiated Magnetic Field Immunity, Annex A, Rack mount, Performance
Criterion “A”
Performance Criterion A: The apparatus will continue to operate as intended, in the presence of
the disturbing phenomena.
Performance Criterion B: The apparatus will continue to operate as intended after the disturbing
phenomena is removed. There will be no change of operating state or stored data.
Performance Criterion C: Normal function of apparatus is automatically restored when the
disturbing phenomena is removed or can be restored by operation of the controls. Apparatus
may self-reboot.
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When equipped with Option VK, the external monitor may degrade the system radiated emissions performance to
Class A.
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Table 1- 13: Electromagnetic Compatibility (cont.)
Category
Standards or description
Australia Declaration of Conformity
EMC Framework, with compliance demonstrated using the following standard:
AS/NZS 2064, Australian EMC Emissions Standard for Industrial, Scientific, and, Medical
Equipment.
USA, FCC Compliance
Emissions comply with FCC Code of Federal Regulations 47, Part 15, Subpart B, Class A
Limits.
Table 1- 14: Environmental Limits and Use Classification for Safety Certification Compliance
Category
Standards or description
Temperature, operating
5 _C to +40 _C
Altitude (maximum operating)
3000 meters
Equipment Type
Test and measuring
Safety Class
Class 1 (as defined in IEC 61010-1, Annex H) - grounded product
Installation (Overvoltage) Category
Overvoltage Category II (as defined in IEC 61010-1, Annex J)
Pollution Degree
Pollution Degree 2 (as defined in IEC 61010-1). Note: Rated for indoor use only.
Supply Voltage Range
100 VAC to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, single phase
Fuse Rating
Mains fuse is 10 A, 250 V, Fast; Not operator replaceable. Refer servicing to qualified service
personnel.
Current Rating
6.0 Amps maximum
Relative Humidity
(maximum operating)
80% for temperatures up to 31 °C, decreasing linearly to 50% at 40 °C
Pollution Degree Definition
A measure of the contaminates that could occur in the environment around and within a
product. Typically the internal environment inside a product is considered to be the same as the
external environment. Products should be used only in the environment for which they are
rated.
Pollution Degree 1
No pollution or only dry, nonconductive pollution occurs. Products
in this category are generally encapsulated, hermetically sealed, or
located in clean rooms.
Pollution Degree 2
Normally only dry, nonconductive pollution occurs. Occasionally a
temporary conductivity that is caused by condensation must be
expected. This location is a typical office/home environment.
Temporary condensation occurs only when the product is out of
service.
Pollution Degree 3
Conductive pollution, or dry, nonconductive pollution that becomes
conductive due to condensation. These are sheltered locations
where neither temperature nor humidity is controlled. The area is
protected from direct sunshine, rain, or direct wind.
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Table 1- 14: Environmental Limits and Use Classification for Safety Certification Compliance (cont.)
Category
Standards or description
European Union Compliance
Compliance was demonstrated to the following specification as listed in the Official Journal of
the European Union:
Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC, amended by 93/68/EEC
EN 61010-1/A2:1995
Safety Requirements for Electrical Equipment for Measurement,
Control, and Laboratory Use.
Listing by a U.S. Nationally
Recognized Testing Laboratory
ANSI/ISA S82.01
Safety Standard for Electrical and Electronic Test, Measuring,
Controlling, and Related Equipment., 1994.
Canadian Certification
CAN/CSA C22.2 No.
1010.1
Safety Requirements for Electrical Equipment for Measurement,
Control, and Laboratory Use.
Additional Compliance
UL3111-1
Standard for Electrical Measuring and Test Equipment.
IEC61010-1/A2
Safety Requirements for Electrical Equipment for Measurement,
Control, and Laboratory Use.
Installation (Overvoltage) Category
Laser Classification
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Terminals on this product may have different installation (overvoltage) category designations.
The installation categories are:
CAT III
Distribution-level mains (usually permanently connected). Equipment at this level is
typically in a fixed industrial location.
CAT II
Local-level mains (wall sockets). Equipment at this level includes appliances, portable
tools, and similar products. Equipment is usually cord-connected.
CAT I
Secondary (signal level) or battery operated circuits of electronic equipment.
This product contains a CD ROM drive which utilizes a Class 1 laser and complies with
EN60825-- 1:94, as well as with the U.S. FDA regulations. The drive is marked with the laser’s
classification and the date of manufacture, as well as the following information:
Complies with the DHHS rules 21 CFR Chapter 1, Subchapter J applicable at the date of
manufacture.
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MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitor
The Tektronix MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitor is a rack-mounted,
MPEG-2 protocol monitor used to monitor single and multiple program transport
streams in MPEG-2, DVB, and ATSC environments. The transport monitor
depicted in Figure 2--1 includes the optional user interface (keypad and
touchscreen).
Figure 2- 1: The MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitor
See the MPEG-2, DVB, and ATSC standards for detailed information about the
syntax and semantics of each system.
Each monitor can analyze up to eight transport stream inputs simultaneously and
accepts inputs in the following electrical formats:
H
ASI/M2S (the monitor automatically detects the format)
H
SMPTE 310M
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The transport monitor allows you to output alarm signals using a 25-pin serial
interface. Each critical or major error recorded by an Analysis Server closes a
contact tied to the specific input. The pin-out for the alarm relay is provided in
Appendix A: Specifications.
The transport monitor uses a client/server architecture consisting of of a Server
Manager, multiple Analysis Servers, and the following client applications:
H
Master client
H
Expert client
H
Configuration client
All three clients are tightly integrated, making the system easy to use for experts
and non-experts.
Server Manager
The Server Manager is the process that makes the results of the Analysis Servers
available to Master clients and starts automatically when you start the transport
monitor. Only one Server Manager can run on a transport monitor or network
management station.
The Server Manager process interacts with the following entities:
Analysis Servers
H
The Analysis Server sends analysis results (called traps) to the Server
Manager.
H
The Master client displays the data collected by the Server Manager.
The Analysis Server is the process that actually analyzes transport stream inputs
and starts automatically when you start the transport monitor. One Analysis
Server is started for each transport monitor input. Each transport monitor can
support up to eight Analysis Server processes simultaneously.
The Analysis Server processes interact with the following entities:
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H
The Server Manager collects the Analysis Server results (called traps).
H
The Expert client displays the results of the Analysis Server directly.
H
The Configuration client sets the monitoring and analysis parameters for
each Analysis Server process operating on the inputs to the transport
monitor.
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Master Client
The Master client provides an intuitive interface for monitoring the status of
transport stream inputs. Of the three MTM300 Series applications, the Master
client is the one you will use most often.
The Master client characteristics are shown in the following list:
Expert Client
H
The Bouquet panel displays icons for the bouquets (groups of inputs) that
you have defined for the workspace.
H
The Multiplex panel displays icons for the inputs that you have defined for a
bouquet (if enabled).
H
The Services panel displays icons for the services (also called programs)
encoded in the transport stream.
H
The Details panel displays icons indicating the type, status, and severity of
errors on a transport stream or service.
H
Both the Expert and Configuration clients can be started from the Master
client.
The Expert client analyzes a single stream in greater detail. You will use the
Expert client to help troubleshoot errors in your digital transmission system.
The Expert client displays the results of only one Analysis Server (input) at a
time.
The Expert client characteristics are as follows:
H
Graphical displays. Show the structure (hierarchy) of the input transport
stream. Display characteristics of each component of the input stream, such
as PID and type allocation, section rate analyses, and timing analyses.
H
Report views. Indicate the types of errors recorded by the Analysis Server
and the characteristics of the input stream.
H
Error views. Show specific errors recorded for the various components of the
transport stream, such as PMT section rate errors and ETR290 errors.
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Configuration Client
The Configuration client allows you to specify which transport stream parameters are monitored and how errors in your system are reported.
The Configuration client allows you to perform the following tasks:
SNMP Capabilities
H
Specify the standard to which you test an input: MPEG-2, DVB, or ATSC.
H
Set, remove, or modify the probes that test transport streams for valid syntax
and semantics and rates.
H
Specify the way in which errors are reported in both the Expert and Master
clients. You can configure each probe to report an error as Critical, Major,
Minor, Warning, or as information only.
H
Stop and restart an Analysis Servers running on a transport monitor.
H
Set passwords on specific inputs that prevent others from changing the
Analysis Server configuration for that input.
H
Set parameters for capturing part of an input transport stream.
The MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitor includes two SNMP management information bases (MIB). The Tektronix RTA MIBs are textual descriptions
of the Analysis Server objects (functions and parameters) that can be monitored
and controlled by the network management station using SNMP controls. The
MIB text files are installed with each MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitor
installation (on both the transport monitor and a computer with the network
management software installed) at the following location:
C:\Mib\, where C is the letter designator of the local hard drive.
The two MIBs located in this directory, RTAv1.mib and RTAv2.mib, are used for
SNMP version 1 and SNMP version 2 systems respectively.
The provided HP OpenView plug-in allows you to integrate the transport
monitor into HP OpenView Network Node Manager network monitoring
systems.
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Transport Monitor
Installation Options
The MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitor client and server modules
described in this manual can be installed as described in the following list. The
items in the list correspond to the options you select when installing or reinstalling the MTM300 Series software. See Software Installation and Repair on
page 6--27 for installation procedures, minimum system requirements, and the
list of files and file locations for each installation option.
H
MPEG Transport Monitor
All of the client and server modules (and required program files) are installed
on the transport monitors. Each transport monitor can monitor up to eight
transport streams simultaneously, with a combined maximum bit rate of
180 Mbps.
H
Network Management Software
NOTE. You must have the software key in place to install the MTM300 Series
Network Management Software. See Installing the MTM300 Series Software on
page 6--54 for more information.
All of the client modules and the Server Manager (and required program
files) are installed on the network management stations. The Analysis Server
module is not installed.
The client applications installed on network management stations are
identical to the transport monitor client applications with one important
exception: the Server Manager installed on a network management station
can monitor up to 40 transport streams with acceptable performance (up to
250 inputs theoretical maximum)
H
Remote Monitoring Desktop
Only the Master, Expert, and Configuration client modules (and required
program files) are installed on remote monitoring stations. Each remote
monitoring station can connect to an arbitrary number of Server Managers
running on remote transport monitors.
H
HP Openview Network Node Manager plug-in
A Master client plug-in (and required program files) for HP Openview
Network Node Manager environment is installed.
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Accessories
The tables in this section list the standard and optional accessories available for
the MTM300 Series transport monitor and software.
Options
Table 2--1 lists the options available when you purchase the MTM300 Series
MPEG Transport Monitor.
Table 2- 1: MTM300 Series transport monitor options
Option
Description
MTM3001
Transport monitor with one analysis board
MTM3012
Transport monitor with two analysis boards
Option AS
A two-input ASI/M2S I/O daughter board
Option SS
A two-input SSI (SMPTE310M) I/O daughter board
Option LC
LCD display, touchscreen, keypad, keyboard, and mouse
Option VK
External keyboard, monitor, and mouse
1
You must order one of the following: Option AS or Option SS
2
You must order two of the following (any combination): Option AS or Option SS
Table 2--2 lists the options as they were nomenclated for MTM300 Series MPEG
Transport Monitors prior to July, 2001.
Table 2- 2: Previous option nomenclature
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Option
Description
MTM300
Transport monitor with one analysis board
MTM301
Transport monitor with two analysis boards
Option 1A
A two-input ASI/M2S I/O daughter board
Option 1S
A two-input SMPTE310M I/O daughter board
Option 2A
Two, two-input ASI/M2S I/O daughter boards (four input channels total)
Option 2S
Two, two-input SMPTE310M I/O daughter boards (four input channels total)
Option AS
One, two-input ASI I/O daughter board and one, two-input SMPTE310 I/O
daughter board (four input channels total)
Option LC
LCD display, touchscreen, keypad, keyboard, and mouse
Option VK
External keyboard, monitor, and mouse
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Standard Accessories
Table 2--3 lists the standard accessories that are shipped with your transport
monitor. Use this list to ensure that your order is complete.
Table 2- 3: Standard accessories for the transport monitor
Quantity
Description
Part number
1
MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitor User Manual
071-0597-XX
(includes CD-ROM)
1
CD-ROM, included with the manual, contains
application software and ancillary data
063-3257-00
(not orderable)
1
Read This First
071-0598-00
1
Statement of ISO Compliance (in envelope)
N/A
1
Emergency backup disk (3-- 1/4 inch floppy disk)
N/A
1
Windows NT backup package (shrink-wrapped package) N/A
1
Rackmount kit (with instructions)
This kit ships in a separate box.
016-1691-00
1
Power cord (North American)
161-0066-00
2
Stylus (for use with the touchscreen, if ordered)
119-6107-00
1
SCSI terminator (installed on the transport monitor)
650-4062-00
1
Front panel cover
200-4408-00
Table 2--4 lists the standard accessories for the MTM300 Series Network
Management Software.
Table 2- 4: Standard accessories for the network management software
Quantity
Description
Part number
1
MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitor User Manual
071-0597-XX
(includes CD-ROM)
1
CD-ROM, included with the manual, contains
application software and ancillary data
063-3257-00
(not orderable)
1
Read This First
071-0598-00
1
Software key
119-5927-00
1
License document
063-3158-00
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Optional Accessories
Table 2--5 lists the optional accessories you can order for your transport monitor.
See your Tektronix representative for help ordering these optional accessories.
Table 2- 5: Optional accessories
Description
Part number
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071-0601-XX
Two-input SMPTE310M I/O daughter board
MTM3FSS
Two-input ASI I/O daughter board
MTM3FAS
Analysis board
MTM3FPIA
Power cord options:
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Option A1 Universal Euro 220 V
161-0066-09
Option A2 United Kingdom, 240 V
161-0066-10
Option A3 Australian 240 V
161-0066-11
Option A5 Swiss 220 V
161-0154-00
Option A6 Japan 100 V
161-0066-00 with
013-0310-00 adapter
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Installing the MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitor
This section includes instructions for the following:
Hardware Installation
H
Installing the transport monitor in a rack
H
Making the electrical connections necessary to begin monitoring transport
stream inputs
H
Using the transport monitor in a TCP/IP network (lists requirements)
The transport monitor can be operated from a bench or installed in a rack using
the rack-mount kit that is shipped as a standard accessory with each transport
monitor (see Table 2--3). The rack-mount kit includes installation instructions.
CAUTION. The transport monitor must be installed in the rack cradle listed in
Table 2--3 when you install the instrument in a rack.
For proper cooling, provide at least two inches (5.1 cm) of clearance at the rear
and to the sides of the transport monitor, and ensure that the air temperature at
all air intake vents (inside of the rack) does not exceed 40 °C.
After you install the kit, the transport monitor rests on the cradle in the rack. Use
the two collapsible front feet on the bottom of the transport monitor to change
the height of the front panel.
Electrical Installation
The electrical operating requirements for the MTM300 Series transport monitor
are listed in Table 2--6. See Appendix A: Specifications for more detailed
electrical characteristics.
Table 2- 6: Electrical operating requirements
Requirement
Specification
Source Voltage
100 VAC to 240 VAC ᐔ 10% (90 VAC to 264 VAC RMS),
47 Hz to 63 Hz
Fuse Rating
10 A Fast / 250 V
Maximum Power Consumption
185 Watts typical
Inrush Surge Current
36 Amps maximum
Power Factor Correction
Yes
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CAUTION. Do not supply power to the instrument until all connections have been
made.
Use the following procedure to make electrical, signal, and network connections:
1. After you have installed the transport monitor in a rack or mounted it on
your bench, connect the power cord (provided with the instrument) to the
power connector on the rear panel. See Figure 2--2.
2. Make the transport stream, network, and peripheral device connections
necessary for your environment using the connectors at the rear of the
instrument. See Figure 2--2 for the locations of these connectors.
Table 2--7 shows the rear-panel transport stream, network, and peripheral
device connectors. Alternative connectors for a mouse and keyboard are
provided at the side panel (see Figure 2--3 on page 2--12 ). See Appendix A:
Specifications for more information about the connectors and input signal
formats.
Transport stream
inputs/outputs
Alarm relay SVGA
outputs monitor
Power
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
LAN
11
12
Input A
Printer
Output A
Input B
Keyboard
Output B
Mouse
9-pin RS-232
SCSI terminator
Figure 2- 2: MTM300 Series transport monitor rear panel connectors
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Table 2- 7: Rear-panel connectors
Connector
Description
Transport stream input / output
75 Ω BNC connectors for the following signal formats:
ASI Input
Accepts both Burst and Packet mode ASI formats and M2S
ASI Output
An active loop-through of the corresponding input
SMPTE310M Input
Compliant with SMPTE310M
SMPTE310M Output
An active loop-through of the corresponding input
Alarm relay output
25-pin sub-D connectors for relaying alarms
Monitor
15-pin female high density-D-sub connector for SVGA monitor
Keyboard
Two mini-DIN connectors for PS2 compatible keyboard (on
rear and side panels)
Mouse
Two mini-DIN connectors for PS2 compatible mouse (on rear
and side panels)
Printer
25-pin sub-D connector for parallel communication
LAN (Ethernet)
10 Base-T/100 Base-T, RJ45 connector for Ethernet
communications
RS-232/438
9-pin D-sub type connector for serial communication
SCSI
Standard, PC compatible SCSI port
NOTE. Each transport stream input has a corresponding output. The output BNC
connector is located immediately below the input BNC connector for each pair
of inputs and outputs. Each transport monitor supports up to eight inputs as
shown in Figure 2--2 on page 2--10.
NOTE. The alarm relay connector pins described in Table 2--8are two contacts of
each relay. The relay closes during each ETR 290 priority 1 and priority 2 error
recorded by the transport monitor. The alarm relay board in slot 8 relays errors
detected on the inputs installed in slots 1 and 2 (inputs 1A, 1B, 2A, and 2B). The
alarm relay board in slot 9 relays errors detected on inputs installed in slots 4
and 5 (inputs 4A, 4B, 5A, and 5B).
3. After you install the transport monitor and make the signal, network and
peripheral connections, plug the power cord into the AC power supply.
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Table 2- 8: Relay closure pin assignments
Relay board in Slot 8
Relay board in Slot 9
Input
Error priority
Pins
Input
Error priority
Pins
1A
1
4 and 17
4A
1
4 and 17
2
3 and 15
2
3 and 15
1
7 and 20
1
7 and 20
2
6 and 18
2
6 and 18
1
10 and 23
1
10 and 23
2
9 and 21
2
9 and 21
1
12 and 25
1
12 and 25
2
11 and 24
2
11 and 24
1B
2A
2B
4B
5A
5B
Earphones
USB
Keyboard
Mouse
Figure 2- 3: Side panel keyboard and monitor connections
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Networking
The MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitor comes with the Microsoft
TCP/IP software pre-installed and is designed to operate in TCP/IP networks.
Your network or systems administrator may have already configured the TCP/IP
parameters for your transport monitor. If not, see Appendix C: Networking for
procedures to configure TCP/IP parameters.
To use the transport monitor, you must specify the Server Managers to which
you will send error messages. Error messages, called traps, are generated by the
Analysis Servers and sent to one or more Server Managers running on the local
or remote host machines. (A host machine can be either a transport monitor or a
personal computer with the remote desktop or network management software
installed.)
By default, the transport monitor is configured to send traps to the local Server
Manager (using the localhost loopback address as the trap target). If you are
installing the transport monitor into a networked system, you can also send traps
to one or more network management stations. See the procedures described in
Configuring the MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitor beginning on
page 2--28 for complete procedures on configuring host machines that have
MTM300 Series modules installed on them.
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Network Requirements
The Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) protocol stack is
pre-loaded on MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitors. The open nature of
TCP/IP allows you to create networks using various protocols and signaling
techniques. This section lists the physical and network requirements for using
transport monitors over a network.
Physical Requirements
The physical requirements for networking transport monitors are as follows:
H
Ethernet network or subnetwork to the transport monitor
H
10Base-T / 100Base-T network drop to your local transport monitor
H
Network interface card (NIC) and driver
NOTE. The Intel EtherExpress Pro/100B Adapter NIC and E100BT.sys adapter
driver are pre-loaded on all transport monitors; this combination of NIC and
adapter driver is the only one supported by the transport monitor.
Network management stations do not have requirements beyond basic connectivity between two points; the network adapter at a network management station
can be of any type that allows it to communicate over a TCP/IP network. The
routers installed in the network convert data to the appropriate format for the
protocols used in your network.
Minimum Network
Requirements
To use the transport monitor over a network, you must install it in a TCP/IP
network. TCP/IP networks have specific addressing and routing requirements
that your network administrator may have already configured.
Your network administrator should assign the following TCP/IP parameters to
your transport monitor host machine (refer also to Setting TCP/IP Parameters on
page 2--16):
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H
Unique IP address
H
Unique host name
H
Subnet mask (if you are installing the transport monitor in a network with
multiple subnets)
H
Default gateway IP address (if your environment uses multiple networks or
subnets)
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DNS server IP address(es) (if you use the DNS service to resolve Internet
addresses; some networks use multiple DNS servers)
H
WINS server IP address(es) (if your system uses WINS to resolve computer
names to IP addresses; some networks use multiple WINS servers)
NOTE. To use transport monitors over a network, your network administrator
must assign your host machine an IP address: you cannot use the transport
monitor with Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP).
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Network Installation
This section tells how to set the parameters listed in Minimum Network
Requirements and configure transport monitors to be managed in an SNMPbased network management environment. The information in this section
describes only basic network installation procedures and does not replace the
value added by networking professionals.
Setting TCP/IP Parameters
Each network uses specific values for such parameters as IP addresses and
default gateways, so the parameter values used in the examples for this section
are for example only unless otherwise specified. You can configure transport
monitors as stand-alone instruments which need only minimal network parameters set, or you can configure them to be installed into a LAN or WAN (local or
wide area network, respectively).
Display the Microsoft TCP/IP Properties dialog box.
1. Click the Start button on the taskbar, point to Settings, and then Control
Panel. (Alternatively, right-click the Network Neighborhood icon and
select Properties from the shortcut menu. Skip to step 4.)
2. Double-click the Network icon and then select the Protocols tab from the
Network dialog box as shown in Figure 2--4.
Figure 2- 4: Network dialog box showing TCP/IP Protocol item
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3. Highlight TCP/IP Protocol from the Network Protocol selection box, and
then click Properties.
The TCP/IP Properties dialog box is displayed showing the IP Address tab.
See Figure 2--5 on page 2--17.
Set IP Address tab parameters.
NOTE. Incorrect values for any one of these parameters can make your transport
monitor behave unpredictably over a network. See IP Parameters beginning on
page 6--10 for more information about these values.
4. Set the IP Address tab parameters as follows (see Figure 2--5):
a. Select the Intel EtherExpress Pro Adapter (it should be the only option
available for transport monitors).
b. Select Specify an IP Address.
Figure 2- 5: IP tab parameters
c. Enter the IP address for your transport monitor. If not already specified,
obtain the IP address from your network administrator. IP addresses
must be unique.
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d. If necessary, enter the subnet mask value and default gateway, both of
which you obtain from your network administrator.
5. Click Apply, and then click the DNS tab.
Set DNS tab parameters.
6. Set the following DNS values as indicated in Figure 2--6:
NOTE. Do not set DNS parameters unless your network uses the DNS service.
Setting these parameters when your network does not use this service will make
your host machine run very slowly when trying to resolve network addresses.
a. Enter your host machine name provided by your network administrator
into the Host name text box. Host/domain name pairs must be unique.
b. Enter the name of the domain of which your transport monitor is a
member in the Domain text box as directed by your network administrator.
c. Click Add in the DNS Service Search Order group, and then enter the IP
address of the Domain Name System server in the TCP/IP DNS Server
dialog box.
d. Click Add to accept your changes and dismiss the TCP/IP DNS Server
dialog box.
It should not be necessary to configure the parameters on the WINS Address
or the Routing tabs.
7. Click OK when you are finished configuring the IP Address and DNS tab
parameters and are certain that all of the values are correct.
8. Restart your transport monitor or network management station for the
TCP/IP changes to take effect.
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Figure 2- 6: DNS tab parameters
SNMP Network
Management
SNMP is a communication protocol built on top of UDP/IP. It implements a set
of commands consisting of operations and variables. Equipment or applications
(such as the MTM300 Series transport monitor) that support SNMP present a set
of variables that you can modify or consult as well as a set of notifications. All
of these parameters are grouped into a Management Information Base (MIB).
MIBs are specifications containing definitions of management information so
that network systems can be remotely monitored, configured, and controlled.
Accessing the MIB files. To remotely control the MTM300 Series modules using
any SNMP MIB browser, you must load the RTA MIB files. Two files are
located in the following directory (you need to load only one of them):
C:\Mib\
The two MIB text files found in this directory, RTAv1.mib and RTAv2.mib, are
for managing your transport monitors in SNMP version 1 and SNMP version 2
environments respectively.
The operations in SNMP are limited to retrieving the value of management
information, modifying the value of management information, and reporting an
event.
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Retrieval. The most common type of retrieval operation requires that the
identities are those that exactly match the identity of returned variables. This
retrieval operation is called GET.
For instance, from a DOS prompt window you can run the following command
to check that the Analysis Server is running on the first input:
getone -v2c <machineName> rta0 rtaStartStop.0
where <machineName> is the network name of the transport monitor for which
you are trying to determine the Analysis Server status.
Modification. There is one modification operation, which is called SET. The
operand for SET is a list of pairs. Each pair consists of the identity of a variable
and its desired value. Use this operation to configure and control a managed
system.
For instance, from a DOS prompt window, you can run the following command
(all on one line) to stop analysis on the first input of a named transport monitor:
setany -v2c <machineName> rta0 rtaStartStop.0
-i stop
where <machineName> is the network name of the transport monitor for which
you are trying to start the Analysis Server.
To restart the Analysis Server, use the same syntax, but change the -i switch
parameter to start.
setany -v2c <machineName> rta0 rtaStartStop.0
-i start
Event Reporting. The SNMP event reporting operation is called TRAP. It
specifies an event and a list of pairs. A pair consists of the identity of a variable
and its value or values. This operation reports the occurrence of events on a
managed system to a list of managers configured to receive events. To send traps
to a specific monitoring station, perform the following steps:
NOTE. A monitoring station can be any host machine on the network running a
Server Manager. Usually, the host machine will be the network management
station, but you can also send traps to Server Managers running on other
transport monitors.
1. Start the transport monitor and log on to Windows NT.
2. Select Router from the Tektronix program group. The Router application is
displayed.
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3. Click the Home button in the Router application window to display the list
of host machines receiving traps generated by the local Analysis Servers.
See Figure 2--7.
Figure 2- 7: Router application window
4. Click the Add. The SNMP Traps to Target dialog box is displayed.
5. Enter the computer name of the network management station in the
Computer Name text box.
You can get this name from your network administrator, or you can get it
from the Network dialog box on the network management station. Rightclick the Network Neighborhood icon on the Windows NT desktop and
select Properties from the shortcut menu to display the Network dialog box.
6. After you enter the name of the network management station to which you
will send traps, click in the IP Address text box. If the computer name is
recognized, the IP address and subnet mask are automatically completed for
you as shown in Figure 2--8.
If the name is not recognized, enter the IP address manually. If the subnet
mask does not update, see your network administrator or see Network
Troubleshooting Procedures beginning on page 6-- 9.
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Figure 2- 8: IP parameters for network management station
7. Click Add when you are finished.
When you return to the Router application, the IP parameters for the network
management station are displayed in the List of machines receiving traps
selection box as shown in Figure 2--9.
8. Click OK to accept your changes and close the Router application window.
The Server Manager and the Analysis Servers stop and restart, and then the
Router application closes. The settings will remain in effect until you change
them.
NOTE. The event reporting (TRAP) operation can be very CPU-intensive. To
disable the TRAP operation, repeat the preceding steps and remove the
management station from the list of machines receiving traps.
Figure 2- 9: Management station added
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Logging On to the MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitor
The default login configuration for the MTM300 Series transport monitor is to
automatically log on to Windows NT (using Administrator for the user name
and MPEG2 for the password). If the default configuration has not been changed,
you should perform step 1 from the following procedure, and you should not
have to enter a password or user name to log on to the transport monitor.
However, if you have changed the default configuration, use the following
procedure to log on to the transport monitor:
1. Switch on the transport monitor power to begin the Windows NT initialization process. See Figure 2--10.
Initialization can take up to two minutes.
On/Stby switch
Figure 2- 10: On/Stby switch
2. When the Begin Logon window appears, press CTRL + ALT + Delete (all
three keys simultaneously) to open the Logon Information window.
3. Enter Administrator in the User name box.
4. Enter MPEG2 for the password, and then press Enter.
This is the login account you should use for most of your work. See Login
Passwords on page 2--24 for more information.
NOTE. You must use the “administrator” login when you perform a software
upgrade.
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CAUTION. The “administrator” user has all the privileges of an administrator. If
you are connected to a network, you may have more privileges than you realize
within the network.
Both the Server Manager and Analysis Servers are configured to start when you
start the transport monitor. You can check to see that the Server Manager and
Analysis Servers are running by looking for the icons in the system tray as
shown in Figure 2--11.
Figure 2- 11: Server Manager and Analysis Server icons in system tray
One Analysis Server icon per input capacity is displayed. All of the Analysis
Server icons are usually green, indicating that the Analysis Servers are running.
If the icons are not displayed, restart the Server Manager and Analysis Servers.
The easiest way to restart these services is to restart the transport monitor. See
Stopping and Restarting Analysis Servers on page 6--13 for an alternative
procedure.
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You can change the login passwords if necessary; refer to the Windows NT
documentation for instructions. If you change any login password, be sure to
create a new emergency repair disk. (Refer to Creating and Using an Emergency
Repair Disk on page A--1.)
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Starting and Exiting the Master Client Application
To start the Master client, use one of the following techniques:
H
Double-click the Master client icon in the Tektronix MPEG Transport
Monitor program group window.
H
Select Master Client from the Tektronix MPEG Transport Monitoring
System program group as shown in Figure 2--12.
Figure 2- 12: The Tektronix MPEG Transport Monitor program group
Initially, the Master Client window is blank. To start monitoring an input,
connect to a Server Manager and configure your workspace.
H
For information about configuring the transport monitor to send traps to a
Server Manager, see the procedures in Configuring the MTM300 Series
MPEG Transport Monitor beginning on page 2--28 of this manual.
H
For procedures on connecting to a Server Manager and configuring a
workspace, see the Tutorial in the MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitor
User Manual.
H
Related procedures can also be found in Master Client Reference in the
MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitor User Manual.
To exit the Master client, use one of the following techniques:
H
Select Exit from the Master menu.
H
Click the Close control button in the Master client title bar.
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Shutting Down the MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitor
There are three ways to shut down the transport monitor: two standard
approaches (depending on whether the transport monitor has a local user
interface), and one hard power down procedure.
Soft Power Down
The transport monitor has a soft power down capability that allows you to exit
Windows NT and put the transport monitor in standby. To use this capability,
first exit all open applications running on the transport monitor.
CAUTION. Exit all open applications running on the transport monitor before
using the soft power down capability. Some applications will prompt you to save
unsaved data before exiting. If you do not have a local user interface, you will
not see the prompt, and you may lose data if you remove power to the transport
monitor before Windows NT exits.
To initiate the soft power down process, press and release the On/Stby switch.
After the transport monitor goes into standby, you can restart it by pressing the
On/Stby switch.
To completely remove power to the instrument, disconnect the power cord at the
rear panel.
Standard Power Down
If your transport monitor has a local user interface, use the normal Windows NT
shutdown procedure to turn off the operating system as described below:
NOTE. To avoid loss of data and possible problems during subsequent
Windows NT initialization, always shut down Windows NT before switching
computer power off.
1. Select Shut Down from the Start menu as shown in Figure 2--13.
Figure 2- 13: Shutting down the transport monitor
2. Select Shut down the computer? in the resulting Shut Down Windows
dialog box shown in Figure 2--14, and then click Yes.
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Figure 2- 14: Windows NT Shut Down Windows dialog box
3. After a few seconds, the Shutdown Computer window appears with the
message indicating that “It is now safe to turn off your computer.” You can
now put the MTM300 Series transport monitor into standby by pressing the
On/Stby switch. After the transport monitor goes into standby, pressing the
On/Stby switch will restart it.
CAUTION. Use the following procedure only if all other attempts to shut down the
transport monitor fail. The hard power down procedure can cause you to lose
data.
Hard Power Down
You can turn off the transport monitor in a emergency or other priority situation
by holding the On/Stby button in for about three or four seconds. This method is
a hard shutdown that can cause missing or corrupted files. The next time the
transport monitor is powered on, the operating system performs a check for
missing or corrupt files (SCAN DISK).
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Configuring the MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitor
To monitor inputs, your transport monitor must be configured to send traps. By
default, the transport monitor is configured to send traps to the local Server
Manager. If your configuration has been changed (and you want to restore it to
the default configuration), or if you need to send traps to a network management
station, use the procedures described in this section.
Sending Traps to the
Local Server Manager
To restore the default configuration of the transport monitor to send traps to the
local Server Manager, do the following:
1. Start the transport monitor.
2. Select Router from the Tektronix program group. The Router application is
displayed.
3. Click Home (shown at left) to display the list of host machines receiving
traps generated by the local Analysis Servers. The display may look similar
to Figure 2--15.
Figure 2- 15: Router application showing two host machines
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4. To remove host machines from the list, select the host machine name and
click Remove.
5. If localhost is not displayed in the Router application, click Add. The
SNMP Traps to Target dialog box is displayed as shown in Figure 2--16.
Figure 2- 16: SNMP Traps to Target dialog box
6. Enter localhost in the Computer Name text box.
7. Click in the IP Address text box. The IP address and subnet mask are
automatically completed for you as shown in Figure 2--17.
Figure 2- 17: SNMP Traps to Target dialog box showing localhost IP parameters
8. Click Add when you are finished.
When you return to the Router application, the localhost IP parameters are
displayed in the List of machines receiving traps selection box.
Figure 2--18 shows the default configuration for the transport monitor: only
the localhost is receiving traps.
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Figure 2- 18: Router application
9. Click OK. The Server Manager and the Analysis Servers stop and restart,
and then the Router application closes. These settings will remain in effect
until you change them.
Sending Traps to a
Network Management
Station
This section configures your transport monitor to send traps to the network
management station you specify.
If you are installing your transport monitor into a network managed by a
different vendor’s software, use the procedures described in the documentation
from that vendor.
If you are installing your transport monitor into a network using the MTM300
Series Network Management Software, use the following procedure:
NOTE. The Server Manager running on the network management station must be
running before a Server Manager on a transport monitor begins sending traps to
the network management station.
1. Start the transport monitor. (If necessary, log on to Windows NT as
Administrator.)
2. Select Router from the Tektronix program group. The Router application is
displayed.
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3. Click Home. The Router application displays the list of host machines
receiving traps generated by the local Analysis Servers. See Figure 2--18 on
page 2--30. A host machine can be a transport monitor or network management station with a Server Manager.
4. Click Add. The SNMP Traps to Target dialog box is displayed.
5. Enter the computer name of the network management station in the
Computer Name text box.
You can get this name from your network administrator, or you can get it
from the Network dialog box on the network management station.
Right-click the Network Neighborhood icon on the Windows NT desktop
and select Properties from the shortcut menu to display the Network dialog
box.
6. After you enter the name of the network management station to which you
will send traps, click in the IP Address text box. If the computer name is
recognized, the IP address and subnet mask are automatically completed for
you as shown in Figure 2--19.
If the name is not recognized, enter the IP address by hand.
Figure 2- 19: IP parameters for network management station
7. Click Add when you are finished.
When you return to the Router application, the IP parameters for the network
management station are displayed in the List of machines receiving traps
selection box as shown in Figure 2--20.
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Figure 2- 20: Network management station added
8. Click OK to accept your changes and close the Router application window.
The Server Manager and the Analysis Servers stop and restart, and then the
Router application closes. These settings will remain in effect until you
change them.
Configuring a Transport
Monitor for use in a Small
Network
Some TCP/IP networks are very small and do not require many of the features
available in larger TCP/IP networks such as DNS servers. The following
procedure allows you to set up a transport monitor for use in a small TCP/IP
network. In this procedure, you will modify the Hosts file to identify all of the
computers you will send traps to, and then use the Router application to specify
those host machines.
1. Start the transport monitor. (If necessary, log on to Windows NT as
Administrator.)
2. Open the Hosts file using Notepad. The Hosts file is used to map IP
addresses to host machine names and is located at the following location in
the Windows NT directory:
C:\winnt\system32\drivers\etc\Hosts
3. Use the following syntax to add the dotted decimal IP addresses of the
machine(s) to which you will be sending traps. Figure 2--21 shows an
example of the Host file after it has been edited.
IP Address
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Figure 2- 21: Modified Hosts file
You can obtain the IP addresses and host machine names either from the
Network and TCP/IP properties dialog boxes on the host machines or from
your network administrator. Include at least one space between the IP
address and the host name.
4. Save the Hosts file and exit Notepad.
5. Use the Router application and the procedure described in Sending Traps to
the Local Server Manager beginning on page 2--28 to add the host machine
names of the computers receiving the traps (error messages) generated by the
Analysis Servers on the local machine.
NOTE. If you are not familiar with the Windows 95 or Windows NT 4.0 operating
systems, review the Windows documentation that accompanied your test system.
This section provides a functional overview of the MTM300 Series MPEG
Transport Monitor client modules and a tutorial that will show you how the
modules work together. The rear-panel description is provided in Getting Started
beginning on page 2--9.
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Functional Overview
Functional Overview describes the following MTM300 Series elements:
H
page 2--35
Master Client
Describes the parts of the Master client application window that allow you to
monitor transport stream inputs at various levels of detail.
H
Configuration Client
page 2--39
Describes the parts of the Configuration client application window that allow
you to quickly and easily set probes on transport stream inputs.
H
Expert Client
page 2--37
Describes the parts of the Expert client application window that allow you to
analyze in detail the characteristics of a transport stream input and the errors
occurring on that input.
H
Front Panel
page 2--41
Describes the front-panel controls. The front panel user interface is an option
and this section may not pertain to your configuration.
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Master Client
The Master client views and elements enable you to monitor the results of the
analyses being performed by Analysis Servers on up to eight transport stream
inputs. See Figure 2--22.
Multiplex panel
Selection Indicator bar
Address bar
Services
panel
Bouquet
panel
Error gauge
Details panel
Figure 2- 22: The Master client application window
Note the following characteristics of the Master client window in Figure 2--22:
H
The Bouquet panel shows that three bouquets are being monitored, one
(Bouquet 1) has no errors, and Bouquet 3 is selected.
H
The Multiplex panel shows the inputs configured for the bouquet selected in
the Bouquet panel. Bouquet 3 includes three transport stream inputs
(multiplexes) on inputs 1A, 1B, and 2A. No errors are being detected on
input 1A, errors are detected on input 1B, and input 2A has lost synchronization.
H
The Address bar shows that the Master client is connected to the Server
Manager running on jam20.
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H
The Selection Indicator bar shows the currently selected items in the
Bouquet, Multiplex, and Services panels, respectively.
H
The Services panel shows the services encoded on the input selected in the
Multiplex panel. Input 1B is the currently selected input, and errors have
been detected on all inputs. FUN TV is the currently selected service.
H
The Details panel shows the status, types, and severity of errors occurring on
the currently selected service (or multiplex). FUN TV is experiencing an array
of errors. The most serious error is a major error.
H
The Error gauge displays the severity of the most recent error for the service
(or multiplex) displayed in the Details panel. It shows that a current major
error exists on FUN TV.
See Master Client Reference in the MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitor
User Manual for more detailed instruction on using the Master client. See the
tutorial in the MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitor User Manual for an
introduction to using the Master client.
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Expert Client
The Expert client views and elements show the detailed results of analyses being
performed on one transport stream input. See Figure 2--23.
Address bar
Client
area
Hierarchic
view
Report view
toolbar
Hierarchic panel of
the Report view
Messages panel of
the Report view
Figure 2- 23: The Expert client application window
Note the following characteristics of the Expert client window in Figure 2--23::
H
The Hierarchic view shows the structure of the transport stream you are
monitoring. The hierarchy shown is based on the transport stream elements.
For instance, since the Program Map Table (PMT) and the program elements
the PMT references are referenced by the Program Allocation Table (PAT),
the PMT icons are shown subordinate to the PAT icon.
H
The Address bar shows that the Expert client is connected to the Analysis
Server analyzing input 1B on jam20.
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H
The Client area is displaying the Program Allocation panel, which is one of
the panel in the Statistics view. The Statistics view panels display statistical
information about the input stream to which the Expert client is connected.
Other views can also be displayed in the Client area. These views are
accessed using shortcut menus displayed when you right-click an icon in the
Hierarchic view.
H
The Messages panel of the Report view shows the errors occurring on the
input selected in the Hierarchic panel of the Report view. You can display
more detail about a specific error by double-clicking the line on which the
error is reported.
H
The Hierarchic panel of the Report view allows you to select different ways,
or modes, of displaying errors or statistics about the transport stream being
analyzed. The mode of the Report view is determined using the toolbar to
the left. The current mode is Program and FUN TV is selected.
NOTE. This is the way the Expert client would be displayed if you double-clicked
FUN TV in the Services panel of the Master client.
H
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The Report view toolbar allows you to change the mode of the Report view.
Using this toolbar, you can display errors grouped in one of four logical
modes: by program, ETR290 priority, error type, or error severity.
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Configuration Client
The Configuration client views and elements allow you to quickly and easily set,
modify, and remove probes for analyzing and monitoring transport stream inputs.
See Figure 2--24.
Address bar
Selection
indicator bar
Configuration
panel
Navigation
panel
Probe type area
Probe list
Figure 2- 24: The Configuration client application window
Note the following characteristics of the Configuration client window in
Figure 2--24:
H
The Navigation panel allows you to quickly choose the category of error for
which you want the Analysis Server to probe. The currently selected error
category is ETR290.
H
The Address bar shows that the Configuration client is connected to the
Analysis Server that is analyzing input 1B on jam20.
H
The Selection Indicator bar shows the item currently selected in the
Navigation panel.
H
The Configuration panel allows you to specify probes for the connected
Analysis Server and changes depending on the item selected in the Navigation panel.
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H
The Probes list shows the specific probes set for the connected Analysis
Server. It also displays the probe limits, PID numbers, and other variables for
each probe.
H
The Probe type area allows you to add, modify, and remove specific probes.
In most cases, you can also define various probe parameters used by the
Analysis Server when analyzing the input shown in the Address bar.
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Front Panel
The default front panel configuration is blank with the exception of the On/Stby
button and the 3–1/4 inch floppy disk and CD-ROM drives. If you ordered the
front panel option with your monitor, your instrument will look similar to
Figure 2--25.
Keypad
Floppy disk drive
(standard)
CD-ROM drive
(standard)
Touch screen
Figure 2- 25: Front-panel elements
CAUTION. Do not use sharp or abrasive objects to perform operations using the
touch screen. Using sharp or abrasive objects can damage the LCD display.
The stylus, included as a standard accessory with all transport monitors, gives
you more precise control over the items you touch on the touch screen.
Table 2--9 describes the keypad controls and Table 2--10 lists touch screen
techniques for working with the Master client. Use similar techniques for the
Expert and Configuration clients.
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Table 2- 9: Front panel-key controls
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Control name
Mechanism
Description
Up Arrow
Button
Left Arrow
Button
Use to navigate and change focus from
one window
i d ffunction
ti tto another.
th
Right Arrow
Button
Down Arrow
Button
Select
Button
Same as the space key.
Adjust Knob
Knob (Rotary encoder)
Not enabled.
Run/Stop
Button
Not enabled.
Esc
Button
Standard Escape key.
Tab
Button
Standard Tab key.
Print
Button
Prints the current display.
Touch
Button (w/hand icon)
Toggle function not enabled. The touch
screen is always on.
Menu (Application key) Button (w/pointer icon)
Displays shortcut menus for selected
items.
Help
Button
Opens the Help contents. Standard F1 key.
Print Screen
Button (w/printer icon)
Copies the screen to the clipboard. Alt plus
Print Screen copies the active window.
START Key
Button (w/Windows logo) Opens the Windows Start menu.
Numbers 0 to 9, . (peri- Buttons
od), and - (minus
Standard number keys, most have second
(Shift) and third (Function) functions.
Fctn
Button with LED
Modifier for numeral keys to create keys
F1 through F12. LED indicates when
active.
Del
Button
Deletes selected text or object.
Button
Backspace key.
Button
Enter key.
Ctrl
Button with LED
Control key. LED indicates when keypad is
in control mode.
Alt
Button with LED
Alternate key. LED indicates when keypad
is in alternate mode.
Space
Button
Use it like a keyboard space bar or use it
as mouse button 1.
Shift
Button with LED
Shift key. LED indicates when keypad is in
shift mode. Locked mode key feature.
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NOTE. Some of the functions of the Expert and Configuration clients require the
use of an external keyboard and mouse.
Table 2- 10: Touch screen techniques
Task
Action
Highlighting an item
Touch the item.
Selecting an item
Making a menu selection
Touch the menu name, and then touch the menu item.
Moving a window
Touch and drag the title bar of the window without lifting the
stylus from the touch screen.
Displaying shortcut menus
Touch an icon that has a shortcut menu associated with it (for
instance, a multiplex or service icon) and press the Menu
button from the keypad.
Checking or clearing option
boxes
Touch the option name or check box.
Entering values in text boxes
Touch the text box until a cursor appears in the text box, and
then enter values using the keypad. (Only numeric values and
the letters M, k, m, u, n, and p can be entered from the
keypad.)
Scrolling through a list
Touch the scrolling list until a cursor appears in the list, and
then press the Down Arrow button from the keypad.
Scrolling a window
Touch and drag a scroll bar without lifting the stylus from the
touch screen.
Resizing windows
Touch and drag the lower right corner of the window to the
desired size without lifting the stylus from the touch screen.
Following links in the online
help
Touch the link text.
Expanding or collapsing a
hierarchy
Double-tap the touch screen item at the point you want to
expand or collapse a hierarchical display, or touch the
Expand/Collapse control next to the item name.
Copying text or other values
Touch and drag over the area you want to copy, and then press
the Shift button followed by the Copy button on the keypad.
Pasting text or other values
Touch the area into which you want to paste the contents of the
clipboard, and then press the Shift button followed by the
Paste button on the keypad.
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Theory of Operation
The MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitor can be used to monitor and
analyze MPEG Transport Streams. The transport monitor consists of modules
that are installed in a standard mainframe platform. The platform is based on a
PC architecture. The mainframe processor has the capability to make the
calculations and data transfers required to perform the analysis and report the
results. The mainframe circuitry also provides the power and user interface
connections to the installed modules.
Mainframe Operation
The functional operation is divided between the mainframe and the transport
monitor modules. The functional description starts with the mainframe and its
capabilities. A simplified block diagram of the mainframe is shown in
Figure 3--1.
The System Bus is contained in a backplane circuit board. The bus directly
connects to all applications modules shown in the block diagram. Full system
bus connections to the application modules are provided.
System Busses
The System Bus contains three sub-busses plus other signal wires:
H
Power Sub-Bus. Carries power and ground to the applications modules.
H
Control Sub-Bus. A PCI bus.
H
Audio Bus. Provides a way to route an audio signal generated on any
application module to the internal speaker and the headphone jack.
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Only with option LC
LCD Display
Touch panel
Inverter
board
Keypad board
Front panel
interface board
CD ROM drive
Front keyboard port
Front mouse port
Floppy drive
Processor
interface board
Rear keyboard port
Rear mouse port
Parallel (printer) port
Mainframe
single board
computer
Ethernet port
Ext. VGA
SCSI drive 0
Ext. SCSI port
PCI Bus 0
Backplane board
PCI to PCI
Bridge 1
PCI to PCI
Bridge 2
PCI Bus 1
PCI slots
1
PCI Bus 2
2
3
MPEG Analysis
board
4
5
6
7
2nd MPEG Analysis
board (only in
MTM301)
8
Alarm (relay)
board
Figure 3- 1: Mainframe simplified block diagram
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Power Supply
The Power Module consists of the Power Conditioning Board, a purchased
power supply, the AC supply connector with line filter, and the power supply
cooling fan. The Power Module supplies the PCI bus voltages through the
backplane connectors that engage when the module is bolted in place. Other
voltages are provided to the mainframe modules through connectors and ribbon
cables.
The power conditioning board distributes power from the main power supply to
the backplane, the front panel, and the SCSI drive connector. The +5 V and
+12 V from the main supply are distributed through current limit circuits to meet
safety specifications. Six additional voltages are generated by DC-to-DC
converters on the power conditioning circuit board. These voltages are the
+7.5 V, --7.5 V, +3.3 V, +15 V, --15 V, and +33 V supplies. The power conditioning board also does the power on/off switching, generates the line trigger,
provides the fan drive voltage, and drives the power good indication circuitry.
A shorted or overcurrent condition on any of the outputs of the main supply will
cause a shutdown and cycling of the main power supply. The DC-to-DC
converters will fold back for an overcurrent condition and will also cause
shutdown of the main supply for a shorted output.
Mainframe Controller
PCI Backplane
Front Panel Interface
The mainframe controller is a high-performance single board computer that
includes SVGA graphics and I/O circuitry and conforms to the PICMG
backplane standard. The Internal controller mounts vertically at the left of the
mainframe card cage and connects into the PCI backplane through a standard
32-bit PCI connector. A 64-bit PCI connector is used for additional I/O
communication to the backplane. Interconnection to other instrument components and rear panel ports is through a Processor I/O board.
The PCI backplane supports up to eight standard PCI modules in addition to the
mainframe controller. Custom application modules installed in the module bay
provide the transport monitor application features and functionality. The
backplane also interconnects the power supply output voltages to the remainder
of the system, including the fans. The precision 33 MHz system clock is
distributed on the backplane, and all communication to, from, and between the
system modules is supported.
The front panel interface assembly interconnects the system controller with the
the floppy disk drive, CD drive, mouse, keyboard, and external USB (universal
serial bus) ports. The PC speaker audio is also routed from the controller to the
speaker through the front panel interface circuit board. The optional mainframe
user interface (display, touch panel, and key-pad assembly) is also routed
through the front panel interface assembly when installed.
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SCSI Hard Drive
The SCSI hard disk drive (HDD) is the main drive for the PC, the C: drive. The
Windows NT operating system and transport monitor application software are
stored on this drive
The hard disk drive interfaces directly with the system controller through a Small
Computer Serial Interface (SCSI) extension of the PCI bus. The hard drive is
mounted in the Acquisition compartment in the lower portion of the chassis.
Segments of the transport stream can be captured in the Data Storage mode and
are stored on this hard drive. The transport streams are input to the instrument
through the transport monitor applications board. The transport monitor
applications board sends the data over the PCI bus to the mainframe controller.
The mainframe controller manages the storage of the data on the SCSI drive.
External SCSI Port
An external SCSI port is located on the rear of the instrument. The port is a
Wide-SCSI, 68 pin connector, which can be used to attach an additional SCSI
storage device to increase storage capacity or accommodate file transfer. When
no external SCSI devices are attached to the port, the port must be terminated
using the terminator supplied with the transport monitor.
Floppy Disk Drive
The floppy disk drive is a standard one-half inch drive that supports 3.5-inch,
1.44 Mbyte high density double sided floppy disks.
CD Drive
The CD drive is a half-height drive similar to standard lap top computers. A CD
caddy is not needed. The CD drive drawer is manually operated to insert and
extract a CD disc from the drive.
Mouse and
Keyboard Ports
PS2 compliant mouse and keyboard ports are provided on the lower left side of
the instrument and also on the instrument rear panel. Either set of connectors can
be used. These ports are interfaced through the front panel processors to the
mainframe controller.
LCD Flat-Panel Display
(Option LC)
The flat-panel display included in Option LC is a backlighted 10.4-inch diagonal
Active Matrix Thin Film Transistor (TFT) LCD panel. To extend the life of the
backlight and prevent burning of the TFT LCD screen, the cold-cathode
fluorescent backlight can be dimmed to 60% of its maximum brightness with a
custom screen-saver or mainframe utilities applet. A DC switching regulator
board, included as part of the display assembly, provides the backlight high-voltage supply. The LCD display connects to the front panel interface board through
a display adapter board in the display assembly.
The standard 10.4 inch touch panel included in the Option LC is mounted over
the surface of the flat-panel display. The touch panel is active at the same time as
the mouse. A second front panel processor combines the mouse and touch screen
signals to generate and receive standard mouse scan-codes from the system
controller.
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MTM300 System Modules Operation
MPEG Processing Board
The processing involved with monitoring of transport streams occurs on the
MPEG Processing board, 116-0245-00. It is a PCI form factor board. Installed on
the MPEG processing board are one or two Input/Output mezzanine boards to
receive the transport streams. Two types of Input/Output mezzanines can be
installed on the MPEG Processing board for use with different formats. The Part
Number 116-0246-00 supports the ASI format. The Part Number 116-0247-00
supports the SMPTE310M format. Each mezzanine has two inputs and two
outputs, which provide a looped-through output of the input. The MPEG
Processing board can simultaneously monitor and analyze four transport streams.
Much of the processing on the MPEG Processing board involves compiling data
on the PIDs contained in transport stream. The MPEG Processing is achieved by
several FPGAs and a high speed DSP, 320C6201. The results of the processing
are sent to the mainframe controller over the 32 bit, 33 MHz PCI bus. An
AMCC PCI Matchmaker integrated circuit manages the PCI bus communication.
The mainframe controller manages how the results of the analysis are processed:
for display on a VGA monitor or for transmission over a network.
On Board Clock
Memory Mezzanine
PIDs containing PCRs are time stamped with the time they arrived at the
instrument. The clock used for time stamping is derived from a precision
10 MHz OCXO located on the board. The frequency of the OCXO can be
adjusted by a multiturn potentiometer as described in the Performance Verification section of this manual. A software algorithm compares the arrival time
stamps with the PCR values contained in the packets, performs calculations and
filtering, and presents the results as graphs of the PCR arrival time Jitter,
Frequency Offset, and Drift Rate. The accuracy of the Frequency Offset
measurement is directly proportionate to the accuracy of the 10 MHz OCXO.
The OCXO should be adjusted to 10 MHZ, ¦1 ppm (10 Hz) to maintain a
Frequency Offset measurement accuracy of 1 ppm.
A memory mezzanine containing 128MB of SDRAM is attached to the MPEG
processing board. This memory is used by the FPGAs and DSP during processing and also for storage of segments of transport streams. Segments of transport
streams can be stored when the software is configured to initiate Data Storage,
triggered by a selected transport stream error. During the Data Storage configuration, the usable memory (nearly 128 MB) can be allocated to capture one input
transport stream or divided among several inputs. Once a segment of a transport
stream is captured into this SDRAM memory, it is transferred to the system hard
drive in non-real time as a .trp file.
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ASI Input/Output
Mezzanine
A mezzanine which supports the ASI format can be installed on the MPEG
processing board, part number 116-0246-00. On this mezzanine, the ASI input is
transformer coupled to the input of an ASI receiver integrated circuit, CY7B933.
The receiver integrated circuit extracts the MPEG data from the ASI stream and
presents it as parallel data on its output. The parallel data is a common format
that all the input/output mezzanines use to transfer the MPEG stream to the
MPEG processing board.
The ASI Input/Output board also provides an active loop through output of the
input. The parallel data is presented to an ASI transmitter integrated circuit,
CY7B923 which transfers the data into the ASI format. The ASI stream is
transformer coupled to the output BNC connector.
SMPTE310M Input/Output
Mezzanine
A mezzanine which supports the SMPTE301MI format can be installed on the
MPEG processing board, part number 116-0247-00. On this mezzanine, the
SMPTE310M input is transformer coupled to the input of a receiver integrated
circuit, CLC014. The output of the receiver integrated circuit is presented to a
phase-lock loop which locks to the clock frequency contained in the input
stream. The phase-lock loop uses a crystal to achieve high stability. The clock
from the phase-lock loop is used in the process that extracts the MPEG data from
the SMPTE310 stream. The serial data is then converted to a parallel format. The
parallel data is a common format that all the input/output mezzanines use to
transfer the MPEG stream to the MPEG processing board.
The SMPTE310M Input/Output board also provides an active loop through
output of the input. The data is reclocked using the clock derived from the phase
lock loop and presented to the output BNC through a capacitor.
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Each MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitor has a hardware diagnostic
utility that verifies the performance of the following hardware components and
performance characteristics:
H
Process paths, stream paths, and I/O parameters
H
External connections through loop-back connections
H
Test to 90 Mbps input/output simultaneously
This diagnostic utility tests every equipotential on the PIA+ (analysis) board, and
can be used in place of a manual performance verification procedure. Use the
following procedure to run the Hardware Diagnostics application:
CAUTION. Disconnect the power cord at the rear of the instrument before
connecting the loop-through cables.
1. Power off the transport monitor and disconnect it from the mains power.
2. Cable the inputs and outputs as shown in Figure 4--1. Each input must be
looped through to the corresponding output.
I/O loop-through
connections
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Input A
Output A
Input B
Output B
Figure 4- 1: Connecting the loop throughs on the back of the transport monitor
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3. Reconnect the power cord at the rear of the transport monitor.
4. Start the transport monitor and log on to Windows NT.
5. Select Hardware Diagnostic from the Tektronix MPEG Transport Monitor
program group. The PIA+ Diagnostic Self Test application is displayed as
shown in Figure 4--2.
Figure 4- 2: Hardware diagnostic tool
6. Click the Home button as shown in Figure 4--2.
7. Select the External Connection check box. All of the check boxes in the top
part of the application window should be selected as shown in Figure 4--3.
The tests performed during the diagnostic are as follows:
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H
Board Access. This set of tests verifies the access of the PIA+ board
with the PCI bus. It also tests the DSP and PIA+ driver.
H
Process Path. This set of tests verifies data transfer between the PC and
the DSP. It also tests various aspects of DPRAM and SRAM.
H
Stream Path. This set of tests verifies the presence of data transfer
through the memory board.
H
I/O Flex. This set of tests verifies that the I/O board is connected to the
main board and tests various aspects of data transfer using the I/O flex at
multiple rates.
H
External Connection. This set of tests verifies data transfer through the
external I/O connectors at multiple rates.
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Figure 4- 3: Default self test selections
8. Configure the number of times each set of tests is performed, whether the
self test stops when it finds an error, and the number of the analysis board to
be tested. Set these parameters by left-clicking in the Nb test and Ignore
error columns, and by clicking the selection box as shown in Figure 4--4.
Figure 4- 4: Changing self test parameters
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9. Click Start to begin the self test.
10. If you see a message indicating that the Analysis Servers will be stopped,
click OK.
11. During the course of the self test, the Pia+ Diagnostic Self Test application
window updates to show the progress of the tests. See Figure 4--5.
Test control area
Test summary area
Test details area
Figure 4- 5: Self test in progress
H
H
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The test control area indicates which tests are being performed and the
progress of each test:
H
A yellow LED icon indicates that the test is in process.
H
A green LED icon indicates that the test is completed and passed.
H
A red LED icon indicates that the test failed, and the self test stops.
The test summary area displays a summary of each test checked in the test
control area. When all tests for a set of diagnostics have been performed, this
section displays a summary of the test results.
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The test details area records details about each test as it is being performed.
When the self test is complete, you can save the details of the self test by
right-clicking in the test details area, and then selecting Save Report from the
shortcut menu as shown in Figure 4--6. You will be prompted for a file name
using a standard Save As dialog box.
Figure 4- 6: Saving test results
12. When the test is completed, click Quit. The Analysis Servers will restart.
NOTE. To stop the self test before the suite of selected tests is completed, click
Stop before clicking the Quit button. When you click the Quit button, the
Analysis Servers restart and then the Pia+ Diagnostic Self Test application exits.
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There are no adjustment procedures for the MTM300 Series MPEG Transport
Monitor.
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This section contains the following maintenance information:
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Cleaning and Preventive Maintenance Instructions
this page
H
Power-on Diagnostics Troubleshooting
page 6-- 4
H
Network Troubleshooting Procedures
page 6-- 9
H
Remove and Replace Procedures
page 6-- 61
H
Repackaging Instructions
page 6-- 91
Cleaning and Preventive Maintenance Instructions
Once a year the electrical performance should be checked and the instrument
accuracy should be certified (calibrated).
Preventive maintenance mainly consists of periodic cleaning. Periodic cleaning
reduces instrument breakdown and increases reliability. Clean the instrument as
needed, based on the operating environment.
Clean the entire transport monitor often enough to prevent dust and dirt from
accumulating. Dirt can act as a thermal insulating blanket that prevents effective
heat dissipation. In addition, dust buildup can provide high-resistance electrical
leakage paths between conductors or components in a humid environment.
CAUTION. Avoid getting moisture inside the instrument during external cleaning,
and use only enough solution to dampen the cloth or swab.
Do not wash the front-panel On/Standby switch. Cover the switch while washing
the instrument.
Use only deionized water when cleaning. Use a 75% isopropyl alcohol solution
as a cleaner and rinse with deionized water.
Do not use chemical cleaning agents; they may damage the instrument. Avoid
chemicals that contain benzene, toluene, xylene, acetone, or similar solvents.
Exterior Instrument
Clean the exterior surfaces of the instrument, including the optional LCD display
and keypad with a dry, lint-free cloth or a soft-bristle brush. If dirt remains, use a
cloth or swab dampened with a 75% isopropyl alcohol solution. A swab is useful
for cleaning in narrow spaces around the controls and connectors. Do not use
abrasive compounds on any part of the instrument.
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Compact Disc Drive
The compact disc (CD) drive requires routine maintenance to operate at
maximum efficiency. Compact discs can be damaged if dirt and dust accumulate
on the surface. To prevent damage, a CD should be properly stored in its
protective container when not in use.
CAUTION. Electrostatic discharge (ESD) can damage components in the CD
ROM drive. Do not touch the lens or exposed metal parts on the platter.
Clean the face of the CD drive monthly with a dampened cloth.
CAUTION. Do not allow moisture to enter the disk drive. When power is applied,
the internal components may be damaged.
Keyboard
The optional keyboard may require occasional cleaning to remove lint or oil
buildup. Use the following procedure to clean the keyboard:
1. If the product is operating, stop all applications and shut down the operating
system.
2. Unplug the keyboard from the mainframe.
3. Clean all lint and loose debris from the keyboard either with clean, dry, low
velocity air or with a clean, soft brush.
4. Clean the external surfaces with a soft cloth dampened with a solution of
mild detergent and water. Do not allow solution to run into the keyboard.
CAUTION. If liquids such as coffee or soft drinks have gotten into the keyboard,
intermittent operation can occur. If this has happened, consider replacing the
keyboard.
5. Reconnect the keyboard to the either keyboard connector (on the left side of
the mainframe or to the rear panel I/O board) as needed for your application.
Mouse
A mouse is part of Option VK. Occasional cleaning of a mouse interior is
necessary to remove accumulated lint, which hampers smooth ball movement.
Use the following procedure to clean the inside of the ball cavity (if the mouse is
damaged, replace it):
1. Unplug the mouse from the mainframe.
2. Turn over the mouse and loosen the ball retaining ring by inserting your
fingers into the slots and turn in the direction indicated by the arrows
(counterclockwise) approximately 45 degrees.
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3. Turn the mouse right side up, cupping the bottom of the mouse in your hand,
and gently tap until the retaining ring and ball drop into your hand.
4. Clean all lint and loose debris from the ball cavity with either clean, dry, low
velocity air or with a clean, soft brush. Next, clean any remaining foreign
material from the ball cavity with a soft, clean cloth. Do not use hydrocarbon
or chemical-based cleaning solutions inside the ball cavity.
5. Replace the mouse ball and retaining ring. Rotate the retaining ring
clockwise (opposite direction to the arrows) until the ring locks into place.
6. Reconnect the mouse to the mouse connector on the left side of the
mainframe.
Optional SVGA Monitor
Clean the monitor CRT using a soft cloth dampened with deionized water to
remove accumulated dust or fingerprints. Refer to the monitor service manual for
any additional cleaning procedures and preventive maintenance servicing.
WARNING. To avoid any potential of electrical shock, disconnect power before
removing the cabinet.
Interior
Examine the interior of the mainframe for dust build up. If the interior needs
cleaning, use low-velocity, dry air to blow away dust or lint. If air alone does not
remove all of the dust and lint, use a soft brush to complete the task. Use
extreme care not to disturb components on the plug-in circuit boards during
cleaning.
CAUTION. This instrument contains static sensitive devices that can be damaged
by static discharge. Wear a wrist grounding strap when working on or with
modules inside the mainframe cabinet.
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Power-on Diagnostics Troubleshooting
This section addresses problems that you may encounter while using the
transport monitor, but does not identify specific problems related to performance
verification. The diagnostic procedures in this section can help you isolate
problems to a specific module.
Power-on Diagnostics
Power-on diagnostics run when you first power on the instrument to start the
transport monitor application. These diagnostics check the operating system and
hardware for correct operation. If error messages occur during the power-on
diagnostics, there may be a system error that prevents the MTM300 Series
software modules from starting.
Table 6--1 lists some of the symptoms of hardware problems (related to the
operating system and peripheral devices) and possible solutions.
Table 6- 1: Troubleshooting power-on failures
Symptom
Possible causes and recommended actions
Instrument does not power on
Verify that the power cord is connected to the instrument and to the power source.
Check that the instrument receives power when you press the On/Standby switch; check that
fans start.
Check that power is available at the power source.
Contact your local Tektronix service center.
Instrument powers on but does not
complete the power-on sequence
Check for and remove any disk in the floppy disk drive; make sure instrument boots from the
hard disk drive.
Power-on diagnostics fail
Isolate problem to faulty platform or to faulty module (see Transport Monitor Hardware
Diagnostics).
Contact your local Tektronix service center.
Instrument does not recognize
accessories such as monitor, printer,
or keyboard
Check that accessories are properly connected or installed.
Instrument will not power off with
On/Standby switch
If the transport monitor has a monitor, keyboard, and mouse connected, try powering off the
instrument using the Windows NT shutdown procedure. If the instrument still does not power
off, use the task manager to close down tasks. Finally, try the hard shutdown procedure; push
and hold the On/Standby switch for five seconds to power off the instrument.
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Table 6- 2: Power-up error messages
Error number
Test name
Error meaning and corrective action
0x00000001
EPLD PCI test Fail
EPLD PCI test Fail
0x00000002
0x00000004
0x00000008
0x00000010
DPRAM to PCI access (DMA mode)
DSP start
DSP environment initialization
DSP to EPLD
H
No 3.3V (DC Supply board NOK not correctly configure)
H
EPLD PCI not correctly downloaded
H
Bad Connection EPLD PCI ↔Amcc5933
H
Bad Buffer PC
DPRAM PCI access form PC in I/O mode fail
H
Bad Connection EPLD PCI ↔ Amcc5933
H
Bad Connection DPRAM PCI ↔ Amcc5933
H
Buffer PC NOK
H
Bad DPRAM PCI
DPRAM PCI access form PC in DMA mode fail
H
Bad Connection EPLD PCI ↔ Amcc5933 (IRQ)
H
Bad Connection Amcc5933 ↔ PCI Bus (IRQ)
DSP didn’t start
H
No 2.5C (DC Supply board NOK)
H
Bad Connection DSP ↔ DSP Flash memory
H
Bad Connection DSP ↔ DSP program SDRAM
H
DSP Oscillator NOK
DSP environment can’t be initialized
H
0x00000020
DSP Test of EPLD
DSP Test of EPLD DSP fail
H
0x00000040
DSP Test of SDRAM
DSP Flash memory
0x00000A00
Bad Connection DSP ↔ DSP program SDRAM
DSP Test of its Flash Memory
H
0x00000600
Bad Connection DSP ↔ EPLD DSP
DSP Test of its SDRAM Fail
H
0x00000100
Bad Connection DSP ↔ EPLD PCI
Bad Connection DSP ↔ DSP Flash memory
Board management FPGA download Download of Board Management FPGA Fail
Hard processing FPGA download
H
Bad Download connection EPLD DSP ➔ Board Management
FPGA
H
Bad FPGA supply
Download of Hard Processing FPGA Fail
H
Bad Download connection Board Management FPGA ➔ Hard
Processing FPGA
H
Bad FPGA supply
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Table 6- 2: Power-up error messages (Cont.)
Error number
Test name
Error meaning and corrective action
0x00001200
I/O board 1 FPGA download
Download of I/O board 1 FPGA Fail
0x00002100
0x00004100
0x00008100
0x00000400
0x00000800
0x00001000
0x00002000
0x00004000
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I/O
/ board 2 FPGA download
(if a second I/O board is installed)
PCI alignment FPGA download
Memory buffer FPGA download
Board management FPGA
Hard Processing FPGA
I/O board 1 FPGA
I/O board 2 FPGA
PCI Alignment FPGA
H
Bad Download connection Board Management FPGA ➔ I/O board
1 FPGA
H
Bad FPGA supply
Download of I/O board 2 FPGA Fail
H
Bad Download connection Board Management FPGA ➔ I/O board
2 FPGA
H
Bad FPGA supply
Download of PCI Alignment FPGA Fail
H
Bad Download connection Board Management FPGA ➔ PCI
Alignment FPGA
H
Bad FPGA supply
Download of Memory Buffer FPGA Fail
H
Bad Download connection Board Management FPGA ➔ Memory
Buffer FPGA FPGA
H
Bad FPGA supply
Test of Board Management FPGA Fail
H
Bad connection DSP ↔ Board Management FPGA
H
Buffer DSP NOK
Test of Hard Processing FPGA Fail
H
Bad connection DSP ↔ Hard Processing FPGA
H
Buffer DSP NOK
Test of I/O board 1 FPGA Fail
H
Bad connection DSP ↔ I/O board 1 FPGA
H
BuffeDSP NOK
Test of I/O board 2 FPGA Fail
H
Bad connection DSP ↔ I/O board 2 FPGA
H
Buffer DSP NOK
Test of PCI Alignment FPGA Fail
H
Bad connection DSP ↔ PCI Alignment FPGA
H
Buffer DSP NOK
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Table 6- 2: Power-up error messages (Cont.)
Error number
Test name
Error meaning and corrective action
0x00008000
Memory Buffer FPGA
Test of Memory Buffer FPGA Fail
0x00010000
0x00020000
0x00040000
0x00080000
0x00200000
Hard Processing DPRAM
PCI DPRAM by DSP
PCI Alignment FPGA
PC to DSP
Transfer Data in Memory Buffer
H
Bad connection DSP ↔ Memory Buffer FPGA
H
Bad connection Memory Buffer FPGA ↔ BIFIFO
H
Memory EPLD not correctly download
H
Bad connection Memory Buffer FPGA ↔ Memory EPLD
H
Buffer DSP NOK
Test of Hard Processing DPRAM Fail
H
Bad connection DSP ↔ Hard Processing DPRAM
H
Buffer DSP NOK
Test access of PCI DPRAM by DSP Fail
H
Bad connection DSP ↔ Hard Processing DPRAM
H
Buffer DSP NOK
Test access to PCI Alignment FPGA by PC Fail
H
Bad connection Amcc5933 ↔ PCI Alignment FPGA
H
PCI Alignment FPGA NOK
Test command from PC to the DSP fail
H
Bad connection DPRAM PCI ➔ EPLD PCI (IRQ)
H
Bad connection DPRAM PCI ➔ EPLD DSP (IRQ)
Test Transfer Data in memory Buffer Fail
H
Bad connection BIFIFO PCI ↔ PCI Alignment FPGA
H
Bad connection BIFIFO PCI ↔ FPGA Memory
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Software Problems
Your MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitor comes with software already
installed. For any suspected software problems, try to isolate the problem to the
program monitor application software or to other installed software.
Many software problems are due to corrupted or missing software files. In most
cases, the easiest way to solve software problems is to reinstall the software and
follow the on-screen instructions. See Software Repair and Installation on
page 6--27.
If you suspect networking problems, see Network Troubleshooting Procedures
beginning on page 6--9.
Transport Monitor
Hardware Diagnostics
Hardware problems can have several causes. Review the installation instructions
in this manual to verify that you have properly installed the instrument. If you
are certain that you have installed the instrument correctly, run the Hardware
Diagnostics application to identify problems with the individual transport
monitor modules.
The MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitor ships with a Hardware Diagnostic application that tests several transport monitor hardware components. If
you think that you have a problem associated with the one of the following
aspects of the transport monitor, use the procedure described in Performance
Verification to run the Hardware Diagnostic application:
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H
Analysis board
H
I/O board
H
I/O connectors
H
Alarm relay board
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Network Troubleshooting Procedures
The procedures in this section can help you eliminate some of the more common
sources of network errors. The section is organized as follows:
H
Basic Requirements
H
IP Parameters
H
Common Troubleshooting Procedures
H
Troubleshooting Transport Monitors
H
Troubleshooting Remote Monitoring Desktops
H
Troubleshooting Network Management Stations
H
Sources of Information
If you cannot resolve problems using these procedures, see your network
administrator.
Basic Requirements
Fulfill the following requirements before troubleshooting your host machines:
H
Your MTM300 Series Network Management Software is loaded on a host
machine that fulfills the minimum requirements listed in Minimum Software
Installation Requirements on page 6--53.
H
Your remote monitoring clients are loaded on a host machine that fulfills the
minimum requirements listed in Minimum Software Installation Requirements on page 6--53.
H
Your network is a TCP/IP network (or minimally UDP/IP for SNMP
environments).
H
Your host machine has a static IP address and does not use DHCP (Dynamic
Host Configuration Protocol).
H
Additional applications loaded on your network management station are not
using the ports assigned to the network management software.
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IP Parameters
The illustrations in this section depict how each IP parameter (IP address, subnet
mask, and default gateway) can negatively impact network connectivity.
Incorrect IP address. If the IP address for your transport monitor is incorrect (not
unique), then you may not be able to communicate over the network. In Figure
6--1, TVTest_1 uses the same IP address as Rennes. If Rennes is started first,
TVTest_1 will recognize the IP address conflict and will not load TCP/IP;
consequently, the transport monitor will not be reachable over the network.
If your IP address is incorrect, and the IP address does not exist on your subnet,
you may be able to communicate from the device (transport monitor or
monitoring station), but you may not be able to communicate with the device.
Transport monitor:
Rennes
IP address: 128.181.99.62
Transport monitor:
TVTest_2
IP address: 128.193.99.2
Transport monitor:
TVTest_1
IP address: 128.181.99.62
Figure 6- 1: Incorrect IP address
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Incorrect subnet mask. Subnets and subnetting networks are complex topics
which require a thorough understanding of IP addressing. Call your network
administrator if you think your networking problem involves subnets. Figure 6--2
shows a simple (and fairly common) subnet mask problem.
In Figure 6--2, the subnet mask for TVTest_1 indicates that the network address
is contained in the first two bytes of the IP address. In dotted decimal notation,
the network address is 128.181. This information allows the device to communicate with any other device with the same network address without being routed
through a default gateway.
TVTest_1 can communicate with TVTest_2 and Rennes because these three
devices share a medium, so messages from TVTest_1 do not need to be routed.
TVTest_1 is therefore able to find the correct addresses for TVTest_2 and
Rennes in spite of having an incorrect subnet mask.
TVTest_1 cannot communicate with Carnac, because, according to the subnet
mask on TVTest_1, Carnac and TVTest_1 are logically on the same network.
Consequently, messages sent from TVTest_1 to Carnac are never routed.
Because these two devices do not share a medium, TVTest_1 will never find the
correct address for the network card on Carnac and will not be able to reach
Carnac.
IP address: 128.181.96.201
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
Router
Transport monitor:
Rennes
IP address: 128.181.99.82
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
Transport monitor:
Carnac
Transport monitor:
TVTest_2
IP address: 128.181.99.72
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
Transport monitor:
TVTest_1_
IP address: 128.181.99.62
Subnet mask: 255.255.0.0
Figure 6- 2: Incorrect subnet mask
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Incorrect default gateway IP address. The default gateway you have specified in
the TCP/IP Properties dialog box is the device that “knows about” your
subnetwork and others on your network. When you send messages (for instance
traps from your transport monitor) to a device on another subnet, the default
gateway is able to route the message to the appropriate subnet. If the IP address
specified in the TCP/IP Properties dialog box is incorrect, as shown in Figure 6--3, messages to devices on other subnets will not reach their destination
(because they never made it to the default gateway).
IP address: 128.181.96.201
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
Default gateway: 128.181.96.1
Transport monitor:
Carnac
IP address: 128.181.96.1
Gateway
(router)
Gateway
(router)
WAN
IP address: 128.181.99.1
Transport monitor:
Rennes
Transport monitor:
TVTest_2
Transport monitor:
TVTest_1_
IP address: 128.181.99.82
IP address: 128.181.99.72
IP address: 128.181.99.62
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
Default gateway: 128.181.99.1
Default gateway: 128.181.99.1
Default gateway: 128.181.99.10
Figure 6- 3: Incorrect default gateway IP address
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Common Troubleshooting
Procedures
Many of the procedures performed in the following sections are common tasks.
Use these procedures when called for in the following sections.
Stopping and restarting the Analysis Servers. Usually the Analysis Servers for all
of your inputs start automatically when the transport monitor starts. However,
sometimes what may at first seem to be a network problem can be cleared simply
by stopping and restarting one or more Analysis Servers.
Use the following procedure to perform this task from the desktop:
1. Place your cursor over the Analysis Server icons in the system tray to
display the Tool Tip indicating the input each Analysis Server is monitoring.
2. Right-click the Analysis Server you want to stop, and then select Stop from
the shortcut menu.
3. Wait for the icon to lose the green highlighting, and then repeat step 2,
selecting Start from the shortcut menu.
The green highlighting will reappear, indicating that the Analysis Server is
started on the indicated input.
You can also stop and restart the MPEG Analysis Service from the Services
dialog box. This technique stops and restarts the Server Manager and all
Analysis Servers without restarting the transport monitor:
1. From the Start menu, point to Settings, and then select Control Panel.
2. Double-click the Services icon.
3. In the Services dialog box scroll down the list of services, and then highlight
MPEG Analysis Service.
4. Click Stop, and then wait for the Server Manager and Analysis Server icons
to disappear from the system tray (at the lower right-hand corner of the
desktop).
5. Click Start to restart both the Server Manager and Analysis Server
processes. The Server Manager icon and the Analysis Server icons for all of
your inputs will reappear in the system tray.
Finally, you can restart your transport monitor, which will automatically restart
the Server Manager and Analysis Server processes.
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Pinging a host machine. One of the utilities provided with all TCP/IP installations
is Ping.exe. (Look in the C:\winnt\system32\ directory.) This utility allows
you to send communication packets to and record the response from an indicated
host machine. This, in essence, determines whether or not your packets arrived at
the destination. To run ping, use the following procedure:
1. Select Run from the Start menu. The Run dialog box appears.
2. Type one of the following into the Run text box:
ping machineName
ping IPaddress
In the examples, machineName and IPaddress represent the host machine
name and IP address, respectively, of the networked device you are trying to
ping.
3. Click OK.
A DOS window appears indicating whether or not the destination is
responding to the ping. In Figure 6--4 the destination machine (Oxford4) is
not responding.
Figure 6- 4: Ping.exe command window
Ping only runs briefly, and the DOS window closes when the process is
complete.
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Tracing the route of TCP/IP packets. Sometimes it is helpful to know how far your
packets made it on the way to a destination machine and which devices the
packets pass through on the way. The utility that provides this functionality is
tracert.exe. Tracert can also indicate a congested point in the network. To run
tracert, use the following procedure:
1. Select Run from the Start menu. The Run dialog box appears.
2. Type one of the following into the Run text box:
tracert machineName
tracert IPaddress
In the examples, machineName and IPaddress represent the host machine
name and IP address, respectively, of the networked device you are trying to
reach.
3. Click OK.
A DOS window appears (see Figure 6--5) indicating the progress of your
packets. The far right column indicates the IP address of the nodes on the
network that successfully pass your tracert packets. This information
indicates the last good node on the path to the destination device.
Figure 6- 5: Tracert.exe command window
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Finding IP addresses for devices on your network. At times, you may need to find
or confirm the IP address of a computer on your network (or, conversely, the
network name if all you have is an IP address). You may want to find this
information to ensure that IP addresses and network names you use in the Hosts
file are correct. The utility that will display this information is nslookup.exe.
Use nslookup as described below:
1. Point to the Start button and then select MSDOS. The command line
interface appears.
2. Enter one of the the following and press Enter, where machineName or IP
address is the network name or IP address, respectively, of the device you
are trying to lookup.
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nslookup machineName
H
nslookup IP address
The network name and IP address of the device you are trying to look up is
displayed. If your network uses DNS, the IP address and network name of
the DNS server is also displayed. See Figure 6--6.
Figure 6- 6: Command prompt with nslookup results
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Troubleshooting
Transport Monitors
Each potential problem in this section begins with a problem statement, one or
more possible reasons for problem, and one or more potential solutions for each
reason. If the solutions do not solve the problems you are experiencing, call your
network administrator.
Problem. When I connect to the Master client on my local transport monitor and
open the Workspace dialog box, I do not see any inputs.
Reason. The local machine name and IP address is not included as one of the
machines receiving traps.
Solution. The localhost machine name and IP address (127.0.0.1) are already
configured to receive traps. Ping localhost using the procedure described in
Pinging a host machine on page 6--14. If you are unable to ping localhost,
reinstall the Microsoft TCP/IP software. See your network administrator.
If you can ping localhost, check to ensure that localhost is one of the names
in the List of Machines receiving traps in the Router application window. See
Sending Traps to the Local Server Manager on page 2--28.
If you can ping localhost, and localhost shows in the Router application, add
the network name of your transport monitor to the list of machines receiving
traps using the procedure described on page 2--28. You can get the network name
of your transport monitor by displaying the Network dialog box using the
following technique:
Right-click the Network Neighborhood icon and select Properties from the
shortcut menu. The network name for your transport monitor is displayed in the
Computer name text box as shown in Figure 6--7.
Transport monitor network name
Figure 6- 7: Network name
If, after adding your transport monitor network name, you still cannot ping your
transport monitor using that name, your network adapter card may need to be
replaced. See the procedure described in Reason 4 on page 6--20.
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Problem. I am monitoring inputs from my Master client, but it seems to be
running very slowly.
Reason 1. The transport monitor is not connected to the network.
Solution. If you can ping the local machine, but cannot ping any other device on
the network, check the physical network connections to ensure that your network
cable is not loose. Check at both the network interface card in your device (the
LAN connector) and the network drop.
Reason 2. You have specified a DNS server when your network does not use the
Domain Name System to resolve host names and IP addresses. Check with your
network administrator to determine whether your network uses a DNS server.
Solution. Check your TCP/IP DNS tab entries (see Setting TCP/IP Parameters
beginning on page 2--16) and make sure you haven’t specified a domain name
server IP address. If you have, remove the entry or entries on this panel.
Reason 3. The Host file (C:\winnt\system32\drivers\etc\Hosts) on the
transport monitor is incorrectly configured. You use the Hosts file to resolve
network host names and IP addresses if your network does not use the DNS.
Solution. Check your Hosts file for the potential problems indicated in the
following list:
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Ensure that the network computer name of your transport monitor is
associated with the IP address of your transport monitor.
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Check the spelling of the host name and IP address. The Hosts file is case
sensitive, so double-check the capitalization of the host names.
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Pound sign symbols (#) “comment out” everything else that follows the
symbol on that line. Make sure that this symbol does not precede any
information on a line that you want parsed when the file is used to resolve
host machine names.
Reason 4. If your network uses a DNS server, the server may be down or poorly
configured.
Solution. Ping the DNS server IP address using the procedure described in
Pinging a host machine on page 6--14. If you do not get a response from the
DNS server, the server may be down. Call your network administrator.
You can avoid using a DNS server by modifying the Hosts file as described in
Configuring a Transport Monitor for use in a Small Network on page 2--32, and
entering the IP address and transport monitor network name. When the transport
monitor tries to resolve host names and IP addresses, the Hosts file is parsed
first. If a relevant entry is found in the Hosts file, the DNS server is not used.
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Troubleshooting Remote
Monitoring Desktops
Each potential problem in this section begins with a problem statement, one or
more possible reasons for problem, and one or more potential solutions for each
reason. If the solutions do not solve the problems you are experiencing, call your
network administrator.
Problem. I cannot connect to a transport monitor or a network management
station.
Reason 1. The remote monitoring desktop is not connected to the network.
Solution. If you can ping the local machine, but cannot ping any other device on
the network, check the physical network connections to ensure that your network
cable is not loose. Check at both the network interface card in your device (the
LAN connector) and the network drop.
Reason 2. The transport monitor or the network management station may not be
operating, or it may be disconnected from the network.
Solution. Ping the host machine to which you are trying to connect using the
procedure described in Pinging a host machine on page 6--14. If the ping
response is Request timed out, double-check that the transport monitor or
network management station is operating and that the network cable to the
device is connected.
Reason 3. If the ping response from above (the solution to Reason 1) is Bad IP
address followed by the name of the host you were trying to reach, the DNS
server may be down or poorly configured.
Solution. Ping the DNS server (you can find the IP address for your DNS server
on the DNS tab of the TCP/IP Properties dialog box):
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If you can reach the DNS server, use nslookup (see Finding IP addresses for
devices on your network on page 6--16) to check the DNS server entry for the
host you are trying to reach.
Using the information from above, check your Hosts file and ensure that the
IP address/network name combination is correct if it has been used in the
Hosts file. If the entry is already correct, call your network administrator.
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If the ping response is Request timed out, double-check the IP address for
your DNS server in the TCP/IP Properties dialog box. If the IP address for
the DNS server is correct, the DNS server may be down or disconnected
from the network Call your network administrator.
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Reason 4. If the ping response from above (the solution for Reason 2) is Host
unreachable, you may have a bad network adapter card.
Solution. Perform the following procedure, which tests your network adapter
card:
1. From the Windows NT Control Panel, double-click Network.
2. Select the Adapters tab in the Network dialog box, highlight the network
adapter card indicated in the list box, and then click Properties. See
Figure 6--8.
Figure 6- 8: Network dialog box, Adapters tab
3. Click OK at the message indicating that the properties for the active adapter
will be displayed.
4. A dialog box for your adapter card will be displayed as shown in Figure 6--9
on page 6--21. Click Test.
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Figure 6- 9: Adapter card dialog box
A status bar in the Monitoring Drive Activity dialog box indicates the
progress of the adapter test. Upon completion, the dialog box will look
similar to Figure 6--10. If the test indicates any errors, replace your network
adapter card.
Figure 6- 10: Adapter card test complete
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Reason 5. If the ping response from Reason 2 is Host unreachable, and if your
network adapter card is okay, the default gateway for your remote monitoring
desktop may be down.
Solution. Ping the the IP address of the default gateway. This address is on the IP
Address tab of the TCP/IP Properties dialog box.
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If you can reach your default gateway, trace the packets sent to the DNS
server using the procedure described in Tracing the route of TCP/IP packets
on page 6--15. Use the IP address of the first DNS server listed on DNS tab
of the TCP/IP Properties dialog box. Note the last good node in the network
to your DNS server and call your network administrator.
H
If you cannot reach your default gateway, the default gateway may be down
or you may need to double-check your subnet mask. See Incorrect subnet
mask on page 6--11 for one possible subnet mask solution, or call your
network administrator.
Reason 6. The transport monitor or network management station to which you
are trying to connect may be behind a firewall.
Solution. Ping the the IP address of the of the host machine (transport monitor or
network management station). If you can reach the host machine, but still cannot
connect to the Server Manager running on the remote host machine, call your
network administrator and make sure that your local host machine is included
within the firewall of the remote host machine(s).
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Troubleshooting Network
Management Stations
Each potential problem in this section begins with a problem statement, one or
more possible reasons for problem, and one or more potential solutions for each
reason. If the solutions do not solve the problems you are experiencing, call your
network administrator.
Problem. I am not receiving traps from the transport monitors that are supposed
to be sending me traps.
Reason 1. The network management station is not connected to the network.
Solution. If you can ping the local machine, but cannot ping any other device on
the network, check the physical network connections to ensure that your network
cable is not loose. Check at both the network interface card in your device (the
LAN connector) and the network drop.
Reason 2. The Server Manager on the network management station was started
(or restarted) after the Server Manager(s) on remote machines started sending
traps to the network management station.
Solution. Stop and restart the Server Manager and Analysis Servers on the remote
machine(s) using the procedure described in Stopping and Restarting Analysis
Servers on page 6--13.
Reason 3. The TCP/IP parameters on the remote transport monitor are incorrect.
Solution. Ping the remote transport monitor from the network management
station using the procedure described in Pinging a host machine on page 6--14. If
you cannot reach the transport monitor, follow the procedure in Setting TCP/IP
Parameters beginning on page 2--16 to ensure that the TCP/IP parameters on the
transport monitor are correct.
Reason 4. The IP address of the network management station specified using the
Router application on the remote transport monitor is incorrect.
Solution. Start the Router application locally and use the following procedure to
check and modify the IP address of the network management station on the
remote transport monitor that is not sending the network management station
traps:
1. Click the Connect button.
2. In the Server name text box, enter the name of the transport monitor to
which you want to connect, or pick a name from the list. See Figure 6--11 on
page 6--24.
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Figure 6- 11: Connecting to a remote Server Manager with the Router
Once you are connected to the remote Router application, you will see the
names and IP addresses of the MTM300 Series devices the Server Manager
on that machine is sending traps to appear in the List of machines receiving
traps selection box. See Figure 6--12.
Figure 6- 12: List of machines receiving traps
3. Ensure that the name, IP address, and subnet mask for the network management station are correct. If any of these values are incorrect, remove the
current entry in the Router (highlight the name and click Remove), and then
add a new entry with the correct parameters using the procedure described in
Sending Traps to a Network Management Station beginning at step 4 on
page 2--31.
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Reason 5. The TCP/IP parameters on the network management station are
incorrect.
Solution. From the remote transport monitor, ping the network management
station using the procedure described in Pinging a host machine on page 6--14. If
you cannot reach the network management station, follow the procedure in
Setting TCP/IP Parameters beginning on page 2--16 to ensure that the TCP/IP
parameters on the network management station are correct.
Reason 6. If the TCP/IP parameters on the network management station are
correct, the network management station may not be accessible from the
transport monitor.
Solution. If the TCP/IP parameters on the network management station are
correct, see the first problem statement and solutions in Troubleshooting Remote
Monitoring Desktops on page 6--19.
Sources of Information
If you need more information about network troubleshooting, some potential
resources are listed below.
NOTE. These resources may provide you with more information. Most of this
information is supplied as is, with no warranty as to its fitness, written or
implied. The best source of network troubleshooting help is your network
administrator.
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Cisco Systems, Inc.
http://www.cisco.com/
This site is particularly useful for networks that use Cisco devices. (This
URL was valid as of February 2002.)
H
Dulaney, E; Lawrence, S; Scrimger, R; Tilke, A; White, J; Williams, R;
Wolford, K. MCSE Training Guide: TCP/IP. Indianapolis, IN.
New Riders, 1998
This is a training guide for Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer certification, and covers TCP/IP and network troubleshooting.
H
Taylor, E. Network Troubleshooting Handbook. New York, NY.
McGraw-Hill, 1999
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NOTE. The instructions in this section apply only to MTM300 Series software
versions 1.2 and above. Instructions for MTM300 Series software version 1.0 are
provided in Appendix A of this manual.
There are six parts to this section:
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Software Repair Strategy
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Restoring System Settings
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Restoring Device Drivers
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Restoring the Operating System
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Installing the MTM300 Series Software
Software Repair Strategy
Depending on the severity of the suspected software problem, you may need to
restore only a portion of the MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitor system
software. Repair suspected software problems in the following order:
1. Restore the individual device driver or configuration setting that appears
corrupt.
2. Restore the MTM300 Series transport monitor system application software.
3. Restore the transport monitor operating system. Since restoring the operating
system destroys all data on the hard drive, you will have to restore the
complete MTM300 system application software.
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Troubleshooting
Use the following troubleshooting techniques to identify drivers or services that
need to be restored:
1. Restore the indicated service or driver when you observe an error message or
if an attempted action fails to start.
2. When a device driver or service fails to start, Windows NT will log an event
about the problem in the Event Viewer. If you suspect a software problem,
but have not seen an error message, open the Event Viewer by selecting
Start | Administrative Tools | Event Viewer from the Windows NT Start
menu.
For example, if the audio device driver fails, an event in the log says:
“The following boot-start or system-start driver(s) failed to load: auddrive.”
Reinstalling the device driver or service indicated in the Event Viewer will
repair most driver or service problems of this kind.
3. If new components of Windows NT are installed, such as SNMP service,
some DLL file versions may not match. If you observe an error message
about missing or corrupted DLL files, start by restoring the Windows NT
service pack.
Restoring System
Settings
You can restore the following system settings using the MTM300 Series
Transport Monitor Operating System Recovery CD:
Restoring the Boot Order
Restoring the BIOS Settings
Restoring the SCSI Drive Controller Settings
Restoring the Display Setting
Restoring the COM Port Settings
Restoring the Taskbar Auto-Hide Setting
Restoring the Event Viewer Setting
Restoring the Windows NT Explorer Settings
Restoring the Boot Initialization Countdown
Setting, Resetting, and Disabling Auto Logon
Restoring NetBEUI Protocol
Restoring the Microsoft TCP/IP Printing Service
Restoring the SNMP Service
Restoring Microsoft Windows NT Service Pack 6a
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Restoring Device Drivers
You can restore the following device drivers using the MTM300 Series
Transport Monitor Operating System Recovery CD:
Restoring the Sound Chip Driver
Restoring the Display Driver
Restoring the Soft Power-Off Driver
Restoring the PCI Adapter Driver
Restoring the Touch Screen Driver
Restoring the Operating
System and MTM300
Application Software
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You can restore the operating system and MTM300 Series application software
using the following procedures:
Restoring the MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitor
Operating System Software
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Software Installation
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Entering the General License Password
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Restoring System Settings
This section contains procedures for restoring system settings, services, and the
Windows NT Service Pack 6a.
Restoring the Boot Order
By factory default, the boot order of the MTM300 Series system is set to the
following:
1. Removable devices
2. CD-ROM drive
3. Hard drive
4. Network
If the boot-order has been changed on your transport monitor, use the following
procedure to restore the factory-default boot options in the system BIOS:
1. Reboot the transport monitor (without a recovery CD in the CD-ROM
drive).
2. Press the F2 function key to enter the BIOS Setup utility when you are
prompted in the transport monitor start-up messages. The message will
appear in the lower left of the display.
3. In the System BIOS utility window, highlight F4--BOOT OPTIONS and
press Enter.
4. If the items in the BOOT ORDER list does not match the factory-default
orders listed above, use the Up/Down arrow keys to select a device in the
desired list, and then use the Left/Right arrow keys to move the selected
device to the factory-default position in the list.
5. After you have corrected the boot order, press the ESC key to return to the
main menu.
6. Highlight F10--EXIT and press Enter to access the Exit menu.
7. Select Exit Saving Changes and press Enter to exit the BIOS setup utility
and save changes. The transport monitor will continue its power-on process
using the new settings.
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Restoring the BIOS
Settings
To help restore the transport monitor BIOS settings, the MTM300 Series
Transport Monitor Operating System Recovery CD contains a CMOS NVRAM
Read/Write utility program and the factory-default BIOS image.
Perform the following steps to restore the transport monitor BIOS settings:
1. Insert the MTM300 Series Transport Monitor Operating System Recovery
CD into the CD-ROM drive of the transport monitor, and then reboot the
instrument.
2. When the transport monitor has booted from the recovery CD-ROM, a
readme text file will be displayed. The readme text file contains instructions
on how to perform various commands.
3. Type the following command in the DOS window to reprogram the CMOS
NVRAM back to the factory-default setting for the BIOS:
RESTBV14.BAT
4. When the BIOS has been successfully restored, an array of BIOS values will
be displayed on the screen.
5. Reboot the transport monitor after the BIOS value array is displayed.
NOTE. To manually configure the BIOS of the transport monitor, refer to
Appendix A, page A--14 in this manual.
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Restoring the SCSI Drive
Controller Settings
The transport monitor is equipped with an ultra-wide SCSI hard disk. The SCSI
controller must be configured with the Ultra SCSI Speed option enabled to
ensure the required data-access performance to and from the hard disk.
By default, the SCSI controller has this option disabled. The transport monitor is
shipped from the factory with this option enabled. If the Ultra SCSI Speed
option has been changed, either manually or by resetting the SCSI host adapter,
you must restore the factory default SCSI controller settings and enable the Ultra
SCSI Speed option to ensure proper performance.
Perform the following procedure to restore the SCSI controller settings back to
the factory-default values and to enable the Ultra SCSI Speed option:
1. Reboot the transport monitor without a recovery disk in the CD-ROM drive.
2. Hit CTRL+A when you are prompted to access the SCSI Select Utilities.
3. Select Configure/View Host Adapter Settings in the utility window and
press Enter.
4. Press the F6 function key to reset the Host Adapter settings back to the
factory-default values.
5. Select Yes to confirm loading all of the default configuration settings.
6. Select Advanced Configuration Options in the utility window and press
Enter.
7. Select the Support for Ultra SCSI Speed option and press Enter.
8. Select Enabled and press Enter.
9. Press ESC to return to the previous menu.
10. Press ESC again to return to the main utility menu.
11. Select Yes in the Save Changes Made? dialog box and press Enter.
12. Press ESC, and then select Yes in the Exit Utility? dialog box to exit the
SCSI Select utility.
13. Press any key to reboot the transport monitor using the new settings.
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Restoring the Display
Setting
Perform the following procedure to restore the resolution and color palette
settings for the display:
1. Boot up the transport monitor (without a recovery CD in the CD-ROM
drive).
2. Select Settings | Control Panel from the Windows NT Start menu.
3. Double-click Display in the Control Panel window to open the Display
Properties dialog box.
4. Select the Settings tab, and then click Display Type to open the Display
Type dialog box.
5. Set the Desktop Area option to 800 by 600 pixels.
6. Set the Color Palette option to 16777216 colors.
7. Click Test to verify the changes, and then click OK to apply the changes and
exit the Display Properties dialog box.
Restoring the COM Port
Settings
The transport monitor uses the COM1, COM3, and COM4 ports. COM2 is not
used by the transport monitor.
Perform the following procedure to restore the COM port settings:
1. Boot up the transport monitor (without a recovery CD in the CD-ROM
drive).
2. Select Settings | Control Panel from the Windows NT Start menu.
3. Double-click Ports in the Control Panel window to open the Ports dialog
box. The COM ports that are configured are listed in the Ports list box.
4. Delete any listed COM port other than COM1, COM3, and COM4. For
example, if COM2 appears in the Ports list, highlight COM2, click Delete,
and then click OK in the Ports Control Panel dialog box.
5. If COM1, COM3, or COM4 are not in the Ports list, click Add to open the
Advanced Settings for New Port dialog box.
6. Use the COM Port Number list box to select the COM port number (1, 3,
or 4) that the transport monitor does not have configured.
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7. Use Table 6--3 to set the proper Base I/O Port address and Interrupt Request
Line (IRQ) parameter values for the selected COM port.
8. Click OK in the Advanced Settings for New Port dialog box. The System
Setting Change dialog box will appear asking you to restart Windows NT.
9. Click Don’t Restart Now to continue setting the remaining COM port
parameters.
10. After you set the parameters for COM1, COM3, and COM4, close the Ports
dialog box and reboot the transport monitor (without a recovery CD in the
CD-ROM drive) to use the new COM port settings.
Table 6- 3: MTM300 Series COM port settings
Restoring the Taskbar
Auto-Hide Setting
Parameter
COM1
COM3
COM4
Base I/O port address
03F8-- 03FF
03E8-- 03EF
02E8-- 02EF
Interrupt request line (IRQ)
10
04
03
FIFO
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Baud rate
9600
2400
9600
Data bits
8
8
8
Parity
None
None
None
Stop bits
1
1
1
Flow control
None
None
None
The transport monitor is shipped with the Taskbar auto-hide option enabled. This
option hides the Taskbar and requires you to move the mouse cursor to the
bottom of the screen to display the Taskbar. Perform the following procedure to
restore the Auto-Hide setting for the Microsoft Windows NT Taskbar:
1. Boot up the transport monitor (without a recovery CD in the CD-ROM
drive).
2. Select Settings | Taskbar from the Windows NT Start menu.
3. Select the Taskbar Options tab of the Taskbar properties dialog box.
4. Click the Auto hide check box to select the option (check mark in the box).
5. Click OK to close the dialog box and apply the setting change.
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Restoring the Event
Viewer Setting
Perform the following procedure to restore the log size and file overwrite settings
for the Event Viewer:
1. Boot up the transport monitor (without a recovery CD in the CD-ROM
drive).
2. Select Programs | Administrative Tools | Event Viewer from the Windows NT Start menu.
3. Select Log Settings from Log menu in the Event Viewer window to open the
Event Log Settings dialog box.
4. In the Event Log Settings dialog box, select Application in the Change
Settings For list box.
5. Set the Maximum Log Size option to 20480 Kilobytes.
6. Click the Overwrite Events as Needed option box to select the option.
7. Select System from the Change Settings For list box.
8. Click the Overwrite Events as Needed option box to select the option.
9. Select Security from the Change Settings For list box.
10. Click the Overwrite Events as Needed option box to select the option.
11. Click OK to close the Event Log Settings dialog box, and then select Exit
from the Log menu to close the Event Viewer window.
Restoring the Windows
NT Explorer Settings
Perform the following procedure to restore the file display settings for Windows NT Explorer:
1. Boot up the transport monitor (without a recovery CD in the CD-ROM
drive).
2. Select Programs | Windows NT Explorer from the Windows NT Start
menu.
3. Select Options from the View menu in the Explorer window.
4. Select the View tab of the Options dialog box.
5. Select the Show all files option, and then deselect the Hide file extensions
for known file types option.
6. Click OK to close the Options dialog box, and then select Close from the
File menu in the Explorer window.
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Restoring the Boot
Initialization Countdown
The Boot Initialization Countdown setting controls the amount of time the OS
Loader waits for the user to select which operating system to load while the
instrument boots. The factory default setting is 3 seconds. Perform the following
procedure to restore the operating system boot initialization countdown:
1. Boot up the transport monitor (without a recovery CD in the CD-ROM
drive).
2. Select Settings | Control Panel from the Windows NT Start menu.
3. Double-click the System icon to open the System Properties dialog box.
4. Select the Startup/Shutdown tab.
5. Select 3 seconds in the Show list for list box.
6. Click OK to close the System Properties dialog box and apply the setting
change.
Setting, Resetting, and
Disabling Auto Logon
The Auto Logon option allows you to select a user name and password that the
MTM300 Series Transport Monitor will use to automatically log on to Windows NT when you power-on the instrument. This feature is enabled at the time
the instrument was manufactured. This section contains two procedures. The first
procedure initializes the Auto Logon option and changes an existing Auto Logon
user name and password. The second procedure disables the Auto Logon option
(requiring the entry of a user name and password each time the instrument is
powered on).
Setting and Resetting Auto Logon. Perform the following procedure to set or reset
the automatic logon option:
1. Boot up the transport monitor (without a recovery CD in the CD-ROM
drive).
2. Select Run from the Windows NT Start menu, and then click Browse in the
Run dialog box.
3. The Auto Logon utility is located in two directory locations:
H
D:\Tools\Autologn.exe of the MTM300 MPEG Transport Monitor
System Operating System Recovery CD (where D is the drive letter of
your CD-ROM drive)
H
C:\Mtm300\Bin\AutoLogon.exe on the transport monitor
4. In the Browse dialog box, specify one of the directory paths shown above,
and then click Open.
5. Click OK in the Run dialog box to run the selected Auto Logon utility. The
Auto Logon dialog box will open.
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CAUTION. Entering a new user name and password will overwrite the existing
user name and password used by the MTM300 Series monitor for Auto Logon.
The default user name and password for the auto logon feature are Administrator and MPEG2, respectively.
6. Use the Auto Logon dialog box to enter the user name and password that the
transport monitor will use to automatically log on to Windows NT when the
instrument boots. The factory defaults are Administrator (user name) and
MPEG2 (password).
7. Click OK to apply the Auto Logon setting. The next time the transport
monitor boots, the new Auto Logon settings will be used.
Disabling Auto Logon. Perform the following procedure to disable Auto Logon
(requiring the entry of a user name and password each time the instrument is
powered on):
1. Boot up the transport monitor (without a recovery CD in the CD-ROM
drive).
2. Select Run from the Windows NT Start menu.
3. Enter regedt32 in the Run dialog box, and then click Open. This opens the
Registry Editor window.
4. In the Registry Editor window, select the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE on
Local Machine panel.
5. In the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE on Local Machine panel, select
Winlogon in the following directory path:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion
6. After you select Winlogon, the right pane of the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE on Local Machine panel displays the contents of the file. Highlight
the line in the right pane that starts DefaultUserName:, and then select
Edit | Delete from the menu.
7. Click Yes in the Warning message box.
8. Highlight the line in the right pane that starts DefaultPassword:, and then
select Edit | Delete from the menu.
9. Click Yes in the Warning message box.
10. Select Registry | Exit from the menu to close the Registry Editor window.
11. The next time the transport monitor boots, Auto Logon will be disabled and
the user will be asked for user name and password to log on to Windows NT.
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Restoring the NetBEUI
Protocol
The NetBEUI protocol is a network protocol for small local networks. The
NetBEUI protocol allows users to browse on a network without setting TCP/IP
parameters. Perform the following procedure to restore the NetBEUI protocol:
1. Boot up the transport monitor (without a recovery CD in the CD-ROM
drive).
2. Select Settings | Control Panel from the Windows NT Start menu.
3. Double-click the Network icon to open the Network dialog box, and select
the Protocols tab.
4. If NetBEUI Protocol is already in the Network Protocols list, highlight it
and click Remove.
5. Click Yes in the message box, and then click Close in the Network dialog
box.
6. Click Yes in the Network Settings Change message box to reboot the
transport monitor (without a recovery CD in the CD-ROM drive).
7. After the system has rebooted and you have logged on, insert the MTM300
Series Transport Monitor Operating System Recovery CD into the CD-ROM
drive of the transport monitor.
8. Select Settings | Control Panel from the Windows NT Start menu.
9. Double-click the Network icon to open the Network dialog box, and select
the Protocols tab.
10. In the Select Network Protocol dialog box, select NetBEUI Protocol in the
list, and then click OK.
11. Verify that D:\1386\ is the path shown in the Windows NT Setup dialog box,
and then click Continue.
12. After the protocol is installed, click Close to close the Network dialog box,
and then remove the recovery CD from the CD-ROM drive.
NOTE. If you do not remove the operating system recovery CD from the CD-ROM
drive, the transport monitor will boot using the recovery CD.
13. Click Yes in the Network Settings Change message box to reboot the
transport monitor using the new settings.
14. After the transport monitor reboots, you must perform the procedure in
Restoring Microsoft Windows NT Service Pack 6a on page 6--42.
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Restoring the Microsoft
TCP/IP Printing Service
The TCP/IP printing service allows users to print over their network. Perform the
following procedure to restore the Microsoft TCP/IP printing service:
1. Boot up the transport monitor (without a recovery CD in the CD-ROM
drive).
2. Select Settings | Control Panel from the Windows NT Start menu.
3. Double-click the Network icon to open the Network dialog box, and then
select the Services tab.
4. If Microsoft TCP/IP Printing is already in the Network Services list,
highlight it and click Remove.
5. Click Yes in the message box, and then click Close in the Network dialog
box.
6. Click Yes in the Network Settings Change message box to reboot the
transport monitor (without a recovery CD in the CD-ROM drive).
7. After the system has rebooted and you have logged on, insert the MTM300
Series Transport Monitor Operating System Recovery CD into the CD-ROM
drive of the transport monitor.
8. Select Settings | Control Panel from the Windows NT Start menu.
9. Double-click the Network icon to open the Network dialog box, and then
select the Services tab.
10. In the Select Network Service dialog box, select Microsoft TCP/IP
Printing in the list, and then click OK.
11. Verify that D:\1386\ is the path shown in the Windows NT Setup dialog box,
and then click Continue.
12. After the service is installed, click Close to close the Network dialog box,
and then remove the recovery CD from the CD-ROM drive.
NOTE. If you do not remove the operating system recovery CD from the CD-ROM
drive, the transport monitor will boot using the recovery CD.
13. Click Yes in the Network Settings Change message box to reboot the
transport monitor using the new settings.
14. After the transport monitor reboots, you must perform the procedure in
Restoring Microsoft Windows NT Service Pack 6a on page 6--42.
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Restoring the SNMP
Service
SNMP service is required if you are connecting the MTM300 Series transport
monitor to your local network. Perform the following procedure to restore the
SNMP service:
1. Boot up the transport monitor (without a recovery CD in the CD-ROM
drive).
2. Select Settings | Control Panel from the Windows NT Start menu.
3. Double-click the Network icon to open the Network dialog box, and then
select the Services tab.
4. If SNMP Service is already in the Network Services list, highlight it and
click Remove.
5. Click Yes in the message box, and then click Close in the Network dialog
box.
6. Click Yes in the Network Settings Change message box to reboot the
transport monitor (without a recovery CD in the CD-ROM drive).
7. After the system has rebooted and you have logged on, insert the MTM300
Series Transport Monitor Operating System Recovery CD into the CD-ROM
drive of the transport monitor.
8. Select Settings | Control Panel from the Windows NT Start menu.
9. Double-click the Network icon to open the Network dialog box, and then
select the Services tab.
10. In the Select Network Service dialog box, select SNMP Service in the list,
and then click OK.
11. Verify that D:\1386\ is the path shown in the Windows NT Setup dialog box,
and then click Continue.
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12. After the SNMP service is installed, the Microsoft SNMP Properties dialog
box is displayed. Click OK to accept the default SNMP properties, or enter
the specific SNMP management settings for your network. Contact your
network administrator if you need assistance setting SNMP properties.
13. Click Close to close the Network dialog box, and then remove the recovery
CD from the CD-ROM drive.
NOTE. If you do not remove the operating system recovery CD from the CD-ROM
drive, the transport monitor will boot using the recovery CD.
14. Click Yes in the Network Settings Change message box to reboot the
transport monitor using the new settings.
15. After the transport monitor reboots, you must perform the procedure in
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Restoring Microsoft
Windows NT
Service Pack 6a
Perform the following procedure to restore the Microsoft Windows NT service
pack 6a:
1. Boot up the transport monitor (without a recovery CD in the CD-ROM
drive).
2. After the transport monitor boots, insert the MTM300 Series Transport
Monitor Operating System Recovery CD into the CD-ROM drive of the
transport monitor.
3. Select Run from the Windows NT Start menu.
4. Click Browse in the Run dialog box.
5. In the Browse dialog box, specify d:\sp6a\sp6i386.exe as the file you want
to run and click Open.
6. Click OK in the Run dialog box to run the sp6i386.exe file. The Extracting
Files dialog box displays the progress of the program.
7. Read the Windows NT Service Pack Setup license agreement. Click the
Accept the License Agreement box, and then click Install.
8. The Extracting Files dialog box displays continued program progress.
CAUTION. To prevent system problems, click No if you see a message about
overriding the E100B.SYS file.
9. After the installation is complete, the Windows NT Service Pack Setup
dialog box appears.
10. Remove the recovery CD from the CD-ROM drive.
NOTE. If you do not remove the operating system recovery CD from the CD-ROM
drive, the transport monitor will boot using the recovery CD.
11. Click Restart in the Windows NT Service Pack Setup dialog box to reboot
the transport monitor.
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Restoring Device Drivers
This section contains procedures for restoring the following device drivers:
sound chip, display, soft power-off, PCI adapter, and touch screen.
Restoring the Sound Chip
Driver
Perform the following procedure to restore the ESS Technology ES1869 sound
chip driver:
1. Boot up the transport monitor (without a recovery CD in the CD-ROM
drive).
2. Select Settings | Control Panel from the Windows NT Start menu.
3. Double-click Multimedia in the Control Panel window to open the
Multimedia Properties dialog box.
4. Select the Devices tab, and then double-click Audio Devices to display the
available selections.
5. Select ES1879/1869/1878/1868/1887/1888 AudioDrive, and then click
Remove. Click Yes to remove the existing audio driver.
6. Click Restart now to reboot the transport monitor.
7. After the transport monitor reboots, insert the MTM300 Series Transport
Monitor Operating System Recovery CD into the CD-ROM drive of the
transport monitor.
8. Double-click Multimedia in the Control Panel window, and then select the
Devices tab.
9. Select Audio Devices, and then click the Add button.
10. Select Unlisted or Updated Driver from the list of drives in the Add dialog
box, and then click OK.
11. Click Browse in the Install Driver dialog box.
12. Select D: in the Drives list box, and then specify the following directory
path: D:\drivers\essaudio.
13. Click OK to return to the Install Driver dialog box, and then click OK in the
Add Unlisted or Updated Driver box to install the sound-chip driver.
14. Click New in the Driver Exists dialog box to use the new auddrive.dll driver.
15. Remove the operating system recovery CD from the CD-ROM drive.
16. Click Restart now to reboot the transport monitor using the new ES1869
sound chip driver.
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Restoring the Display
Driver
Perform the following procedure to restore the Chip & Technology 69000
display driver:
1. Boot up the transport monitor (without a recovery CD in the CD-ROM
drive).
2. After the transport monitor boots, insert the MTM300 Series Transport
Monitor Operating System Recovery CD into the CD-ROM drive of the
transport monitor.
3. Select Settings | Control Panel from the Windows NT Start menu.
4. Double-click Display in the Control Panel window to open the Display
Properties dialog box.
5. Select the Settings tab, and then click Display Type to open the Display
Type dialog box.
6. Click the Change button, and then click the Have Disk button in the Change
Display dialog box.
7. Select D:\ in the Copy manufacturer’s files from list box, and then click the
Browse button. Select the directory path D:\Drivers\Chipstec in the Locate
File dialog box, and then click Open.
8. Click OK in the Install From Disk dialog box (the transport monitor will
find the correct driver), and then click OK in the Change Display dialog box
to start the driver installation.
9. After the driver is successfully installed, remove the operating system
recovery CD from the CD-ROM drive.
10. Close the Display Properties dialog box, and then click Yes in the System
Settings Change dialog box to reboot the transport monitor using the new
display driver.
NOTE. If you do not remove the operating system recovery CD from the CD-ROM
drive, the transport monitor will boot using the recovery CD.
11. After the transport monitor reboots, you must perform the procedure in
Restoring the Display Setting on page 6--33 to restore the display setting.
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Restoring the Soft
Power-Off Driver
Perform the following procedure to restore the soft power-off driver:
1. Boot up the transport monitor (without a recovery CD in the CD-ROM
drive).
2. After the transport monitor boots, insert the MTM300 Series Transport
Monitor Operating System Recovery CD into the CD-ROM drive of the
transport monitor.
3. Select Programs | Command Prompt from the Windows NT Start menu.
4. At the command prompt, type d: and press Enter.
5. At the command prompt, type cd drivers\poweroff and press Enter. The
command prompt should read D:\DRIVERS\POWEROFF.
6. At the command prompt, type regini jamshut.ini and press Enter.
7. At the command prompt, type copy jamshut.sys c:\winnt\system32\drivers
and press Enter.
8. At the command prompt, type regini jamsrv.ini and press Enter.
9. At the command prompt, type copy jamsrv.exe c:\winnt\system32 and
press Enter.
10. After the command prompt returns, close the Command Prompt window and
remove the recovery CD from the CD-ROM drive.
NOTE. If you do not remove the operating system recovery CD from the CD-ROM
drive, the transport monitor will boot using the recovery CD.
11. Reboot the transport monitor (without a recovery CD in the CD-ROM drive)
to use the new soft power-off driver.
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Restoring the PCI Adapter
Driver
Perform the following procedure to restore the Intel EtherExpress PRO/100B
PCI Adapter driver:
1. Boot up the transport monitor (without a recovery CD in the CD-ROM
drive).
2. After the transport monitor boots, insert the MTM300 Series Transport
Monitor Operating System Recovery CD into the CD-ROM drive of the
transport monitor.
3. Select Programs | Command Prompt from the Windows NT Start menu.
CAUTION. To prevent installation problems with the EtherExpress driver, follow
this procedure and copy the driver from the CD to a location on the transport
monitor hard drive before you install the driver. Installing the driver directly
from the recovery CD may result in the PCI adapter driver not functioning
properly.
4. At the command prompt, type copy d:\drivers\etherexp c:\temp and press
Enter.
5. Select Settings | Control Panel from the Windows NT Start menu.
6. Double-click Network in the Control Panel window to open the Network
dialog box, and the select the Adapters tab.
7. Select the displayed driver and click Remove. Click Yes in the Warning
dialog box.
8. Remove the operating system recovery CD from the CD-ROM drive.
NOTE. If you do not remove the operating system recovery CD from the CD-ROM
drive, the transport monitor will boot using the recovery CD.
9. Close the Network dialog box and click Yes in the Network Settings Change
dialog box to reboot the transport monitor.
10. While the transport monitor boots, click OK to continue through any service
or driver error messages that appear.
11. After the transport monitor boots, select Settings | Control Panel from the
Windows NT Start menu.
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12. Double-click Network in the Control Panel window to open the Network
dialog box, and the select the Adapters tab.
13. Click Add in the Network dialog box, and then click Have Disk in the
Select Network Adapter dialog box.
14. Type c:\temp, click OK in the Inset Disk dialog box, and then click OK in
the Select OEM Option dialog box.
15. Select (1) Intel(R) PRO/100B PCI Adapter (TX) in the Network Adapters
list and click Update.
16. Specify c:\temp as the directory location for the driver in the Windows NT
Setup dialog box, and then click Continue.
17. Click the Bindings tab in the Network dialog box to update the Network
bindings, and then click the Protocols tab.
18. Select TCP/IP Protocol in the Network Protocols list, and then click
Properties to open the Microsoft TCP/IP Properties dialog box.
19. Select the IP Address tab, and then select (1) Intel(R) PRO/100B PCI
Adapter (TX) in the Adapter list box.
20. If you are not going to use the transport monitor on a network, enter 1.1.1.1
in the IP Address box.
21. If you are using the transport monitor on a local network, enter the network
IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway your network administrator
assigned to your transport monitor.
22. After you enter your network IP address parameters, click Apply to apply
the changes, and then click Close to close the Network dialog box.
23. Reboot the transport monitor (without a recovery CD in the CD-ROM
drive).
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Restoring the
Touch-Screen Driver
Perform the following procedure to restore the Touch-Base SC3 Touch-Screen
driver:
1. Boot up the transport monitor (without a recovery CD in the CD-ROM
drive).
2. After the transport monitor boots, insert the MTM300 Series Transport
Monitor Operating System Recovery CD into the CD-ROM drive of the
transport monitor.
3. Select Run from the Windows NT Start menu.
4. Click Browse in the Run dialog box.
5. In the Browse dialog box, specify d:\drivers\touchbas\tnsetup.exe as the
file you want to run and click Open.
6. Click OK in the Run dialog box to run the tnsetup.exe file. The TNdriver
Setup window opens.
7. Click OK to select c:\win32app (default selection) as the directory location
for the touchscreen control files to be located.
8. Read the License Agreement and then click Agree to continue.
9. Select Dynapro -- Serial, SC3 in the Select Touchscreen dialog box, and
then click OK.
10. Click OK to select Touch (default selection) as the group where the
touchscreen control program will be located.
11. Click OK in the Hardware Configuration dialog box to open the Hardware
Controls (Serial) dialog box.
12. Use Table 6--4 to set the touchscreen parameters in the Hardware Controls
(Serial) dialog box, and then click OK.
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Parameter
Setting
Com Port
Com 3
Configuration address
3E8
Configuration Irq
4
Baud rate
2400
Parity
None
Data bits
8
Stop bits
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13. Read the Readme file, click OK, and then click OK in the Installation
complete dialog box.
14. Remove the operating system recovery CD from the CD-ROM drive, and
then reboot the transport monitor.
NOTE. If you do not remove the operating system recovery CD from the CD-ROM
drive, the transport monitor will boot using the recovery CD.
15. After the transport monitor reboots, select Programs | Touch | Touchscreen
Control from the Windows NT Start menu.
16. In the resulting Touch Screen Control Program window, click Calibrate.
17. Follow the displayed instructions to calibrate the touch screen. Click OK
when the calibration is complete.
18. Click User Controls in the Touch Screen Control Program window to
display the User Controls dialog box.
19. In the User Controls dialog box, click the Sound option box to deselect the
option (no check mark in the Sound box), and then click OK to close the
User Controls dialog box.
NOTE. Having the Sound option deselected (no sound) is the factory-default
setting. You can select the Sound option if you want the transport monitor to
beep each time you make a touchscreen selection.
20. Select File | Exit to close the Touch Screen Control Program window.
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Restoring the MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitor Operating System
In some situations, such as a power interruption or accidental deletion of files,
the transport monitor may fail to boot from the hard drive. To recover, you must
use the MTM300 Series Transport Monitor Operating System Recovery CD to
restore the hard drives back to their factory-default installation status.
CAUTION. Restoring the operating system software will destroy all existing data
on the transport monitor hard drive and will restore only the system and drivers
that were originally factory installed on the transport monitor.
If you restore the operating system, you must also reinstall the MTM300 Series
applications.
To restore the content of the transport monitor hard drive, which includes the
Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 operating system, Windows NT Service Pack 6a,
and the MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitor applications, perform the
following steps:
NOTE. This procedure will be effective only if the hard drive is still functional. If
the transport monitor does not boot after you perform this procedure, contact a
Tektronix, Inc. representative for assistance.
1. Install the MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitor Operating System
Recovery CD in the CD-ROM drive of the transport monitor, and then boot
the transport monitor.
NOTE. If the transport monitor does not boot from the CD-ROM drive, verify that
the boot order is properly set. Refer to Restoring the Boot Order on page 6--30.
If the transport monitor still does not boot from the CD-ROM drive, contact a
Tektronix, Inc. representative for assistance.
2. After you read the displayed instructions, enter RESTSYS at the DOS
prompt and press the Enter key to run the RESTSYS.BAT file.
3. Read the PowerQuest (R) EasyRestore (TM) End User License Agreement.
You can press any key to continue reading through the software license.
4. After you finish reading the license agreement, click Continue to start the
software recovery process, or click Cancel to exit the recovery program.
5. A Warning dialog appears to warn you that continuing the recovery process
will destroy all data on the IDE hard drive. This is your last opportunity to
exit the operating system recovery process. Click Yes to continue the
recovery process or click No to exit the process.
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NOTE. During the operating system recovery process, you may see a message
box with Resizing past cylinder 1023 in the title bar. Ignore this message by
pressing OK. The system will boot properly after the recovery process.
6. When the operating system recovery starts, a window displays the progress
of the recovery process. The DOS prompt returns when the process is
completed. The restore process should take less than 15 minutes.
7. Remove the operating system recovery CD from the CD-ROM drive, and
then reboot the transport monitor.
8. After the transport monitor reboots, you must install the MTM300 Series
MPEG Transport Monitor applications as described next.
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Software Installation
This section describes how to install the application software. You must install
the application software if you have restored the operating system software.
NOTE. If you are installing the MTM300 Series Network Management Software,
you need to install the Software protection key before starting the software
installation. Ensure that the software key (see Figure 6--13) is installed onto the
printer parallel port of the workstation on which the software is being installed
(see Figure 2--2 on page 2--10 for the location of the printer port). Also, make
sure that you have the General License Password document available. You will
be asked to enter the password from this document after you complete the
software installation procedure.
To printer
parallel port
Figure 6- 13: Software Protection key
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Minimum Software
Installation Requirements
This section describes the minimum requirements for each MTM300 Series
software installation type.
MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitor. To reinstall the application software onto
a transport monitor, use the original hardware and software configuration of the
transport monitor.
MTM300 Series Network Management Software.
H
Windows NT 4.0 with Service Pack 6 installed
H
150 MB free disk space
H
400 MHz Pentium II processor
H
128 MB RAM
H
Software key (shipped with the purchase of the network management
software)
H
Ethernet network adapter card (10BASE-T minimum)
H
SNMP service installed
H
Parallel port
Remote Monitoring Desktop.
H
Windows NT 4.0 with Service Pack 6 installed
H
150 MB free disk space
H
200 MHz Pentium processor
H
64 MB RAM
H
Ethernet network adapter card (10BASE-T minimum)
HP OpenView Network Node Manager.
H
Windows NT 4.0 with Service Pack 6 installed
H
150 MB free disk space
H
HP OpenView Network Node Manager, version 5.02 or later installed
H
Minimum requirements for HP OpenView Network Node Manager
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Installing the MTM300
Series Software
This section describes how to install the MTM300 Series software into the
environments listed in Minimum Software Installation Requirements on
page 6--53. The procedure is basically the same for each installation type.
Variations are discussed in the installation procedure.
CAUTION. Uninstall the MTM300 Series applications before you reinstall them.
If you just reinstalled the operating system, you do not need to uninstall the
MTM300 Series applications (they are removed during the operating system
reinstallation process).
Uninstalling existing MTM300 Series application files. If you are reinstalling the
MTM300 Series software, uninstall the current software using the following
procedure:
1. Exit all open applications.
2. Select Uninstall MTM300 from the Tektronix MPEG Transport Monitor to
remove existing MTM300 Series application files.
3. Click Yes in the Confirm File Deletion message box. Also, click OK if you
are notified that SNMP is being stopped.
4. Click OK when the software files have been removed.
NOTE. Some of the steps in this procedure are specific to one software installation type. Disregard steps that are not appropriate for your installation (for
instance, if you are installing the remote monitoring desktop, disregard the
discussions of the software key). The procedure indicates which steps are specific
to a particular installation type.
NOTE. If you do not have the Java run-time environment installed on your
system, or if the environment is incorrect for this software, run the executable
file located in the jre directory on the Application CD.
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Installing the MTM300 Series application files.
1. Log onto your NT workstation as Administrator.
2. Right-click the My Computer icon on your Windows NT desktop, and then
select Explore from the submenu. In the Exploring window, select the icon
that represents the disk drive on which you will install the software (usually
drive C:).
3. Check the status bar at the bottom of the Exploring window to verify that the
target disk has at least 150 MB of free space. You cannot install the software
on a disk that has less than 150 MB of free space.
Status bar
Free space
Figure 6- 14: Check free disk space
4. Insert the MTM300 Series Application Software disc into the CD-ROM
drive.
5. Click the Start button, and then select Run.
6. Enter the following text in the Run dialog box, and then click OK.
D:\Setup.exe, where D is the letter designator of your CD-ROM drive.
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7. Click Next after you review the copyright and licensing agreement.
The Tektronix MPEG Transport Monitor Setup window appears with the
Setup Type dialog box displayed. In Figure 6--15, the Remote Monitoring
Desktop is selected.
Figure 6- 15: Setup type dialog box
CAUTION. Make sure that you select the appropriate installation type. The
default is MPEG Transport Monitor. Each installation type installs a different
combination of application files into the directories specified later, and makes
different changes to the Windows NT registry.
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8. Select the type of installation appropriate for your environment, and then
click Next (the MPEG Transport Monitor is the default):
H
HP Openview NNM plugin
This option allows you to install the Master client plug-in to integrate
your transport monitor into HP OpenView NNM network management
environments.
H
MPEG Transport Monitor
This option allows you to install all of the applications with which to
monitor up to eight transport streams. Select this option only if you are
reinstalling the software onto an MTM300 Series MPEG Transport
Monitor.
H
Network Management Software
This option allows you to install all of the applications with which to
monitor up to 40 transport streams. Ensure that the software key is
installed on your workstation before proceeding with this installation.
H
Remote monitoring desktop
This option allows you to install the Master client from which you can
connect to a Server Manager running on a remote transport monitor or
network management station.
NOTE. It is strongly recommended that you use the default destination folder:
C:\MTM300.
9. Select the destination directory and click Next.
NOTE. Steps 10 through 16 apply only to MPEG Transport Monitor installations.
For other types of installations, proceed to step 17 on page 6--58.
10. After some required files are copied, you will need to reboot the host
machine to continue with the installation, so click OK at the prompt shown
in Figure 6--16. (Leave the disc in the CD-ROM drive. If you are installing
the software over a network, you may need to restart Setup.exe after you log
in again to complete the installation.)
The installation software will shut down Windows NT and restart it. You
will need to log on as Administrator, as you did in step 1. While you are
waiting for the transport monitor to restart, check your configuration of
inputs (how many inputs and which slots are used). You will need to provide
this information during phase two of the installation procedure.
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Figure 6- 16: Interim reboot message
11. After you log back on to Windows NT, and the second phase of the
installation begins, click Next (accepting the defaults) at the Setup Type,
Welcome, Select Program Folder, and Selection Summary screens.
The setup program begins installing the software and related program files.
The activity and progress gauges appear at first to show that installation is
progressing.
12. When asked if you want to use Auto Logon capabilities, click Yes. You must
use this feature for transport monitors without a local user interface.
13. Enter the auto logon user name and password: Administrator and MPEG2
and then click OK.
14. Click OK at the registry updated message.
15. At the Number of TS Input Option screen, select the number and configuration of inputs option that accurately describes your transport monitor
configuration, and then click Next.
16. An MSDOS window appears indicating that DSP files are being loaded. At
times while this window is displayed, you may not see any activity (this can
last up to two minutes).
CAUTION. Do not close this window until you are prompted to do so from the
DOS window.
During a normal setup, two empty program group windows are displayed
after the program files have been copied to your disk drive. Proceed at
step 20 on page 6--59.
17. Click Next in the Select Program Folder window to accept the default folder
name (Tektronix MPEG Transport Monitor) and continue.
18. Review the Destination Directory, Selection, and Start Menu Folder
selections in the Selection Summary window. If the selections are incorrect,
click Back and change the information as needed. Once the information is
correct, click Next to proceed with installation.
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The setup program begins installing the software and related sample files.
The activity and progress gauges appear at first to show that installation is
progressing.
During a normal setup, two empty program group windows are displayed
after the program files have been copied to your disk drive.
NOTE. The following step applies only to Network Management Station
installations. For other types of installations, proceed to step 20.
19. If you are installing the network management software, shortly after the
program group windows appear, a message reminds you to verify that the
software key is installed. Ensure that the software key is installed on the
parallel printer port of your computer, and then click OK.
20. When the program group windows are populated with icons, dismiss them,
and then click Finish in the Setup Complete window to complete the
installation. (You can choose to view the Read Me file now, or later. It is
installed in C:\MTM300\Bin.)
21. If you choose to view the Read Me file, a Notepad window opens. Read this
file for important information, and then exit Notepad.
22. Another Setup Complete window opens. Accept the Yes, I want to restart my
computer now option, remove the MTM300 Installation Software disc from
the CD-ROM drive, and click Finish to complete setup and restart the
system.
NOTE. You need to restart your computer before you enter the license password
in the next procedure or before you can use the software.
23. When prompted, log on as any user.
The software is now installed. If you are installing network management
software, perform the procedure in Entering the General License Password on
page 6--60.
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Entering the General
License Password
Entering the general license password is required only for Network Management
Station installations.
To enter the general license password, perform the following steps:
1. Double-click the License Manager icon in the Tektronix MPEG Test
System window to start the application. The Tektronix Software Protection
window appears.
2. Consult the password document supplied with your MTM300 Series
Network Management Software and identify the General password.
3. Enter the three 6-character Hexadecimal numbers of the password in the
corresponding Tektronix Software Protection window entry fields
(lowercase characters are acceptable) and then click OK. A License message
window appears.
4. If the password is correct, click OK to acknowledge the message. If you
made an error entering the password, click OK and return to step 2.
After you enter the correct password, the installation of the network management
software is complete.
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Removal and Replacement Procedures
The following procedures tell you how to remove and replace the transport
monitor modules. Part numbers for the modules are in the Replaceable Parts
List. In compliance with the EISA standard the transport monitor modules are in
the mainframe card bay.
Replaceable Modules
The standard base transport monitor consists of the following replaceable
modules:
H
Analysis board (one)
H
I/O board (one)
The mainframe unit consists of the following replaceable modules and assemblies:
H
Processor module (controller board)
H
I/O module (controller input/output board)
H
Front panel Interface module
H
One SCSI hard disk drive
H
Power supply module
H
Front panel keypad module (circuit board only, no keypad)
H
Floppy disk drive/CD-ROM drive assembly
H
Backplane circuit board
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Recommended Tools
Removing
the Bezel Trim Ring
The following tools are recommended for transport monitor module assembly
removal and replacement:
H
An anti-static wrist strap for safe handling of assemblies containing static
sensitive devices
H
A screwdriver with T10, T15, and T20 Torx tips to remove the cabinet cover
and the module mounting screws.
H
A 1/4 inch or larger flat blade screwdriver.
H
An 8 inch adjustable wrench or appropriate size open-end wrench (an aid for
cabinet removal).
H
Smooth jaw pliers (example, KLEIN D306-51/2C).
Remove the bezel trim ring to permit removal of the the key pad assembly, the
interface circuit board, and the CD/floppy disk drive assembly. The front bezel
snaps onto the chassis. There are three snaps across the top and three across the
bottom. Remove the front panel bezel as follows:
1. Use smooth jaw pliers to grasp the On/Stby key and pull straight out on the
key to disconnect the key cap from the switch.
2. Use your fingers to lift up on the back edge at the top of the bezel to release
the bezel from the snaps. If you use a tool for leverage be careful not to bend
the fingers of the EMI shielding strips.
3. After you have released the snaps across the top, pull the top of the bezel
toward you slightly to clear the chassis. This should release the bottom of the
bezel from the chassis.
4. Lift the bezel off the front of the chassis.
Removing the Cabinet
The cabinet must be removed to access any of the transport monitor application
modules and to access the mainframe modules and cable connectors to the
controller board. Use the following procedure to remove the cabinet:
1. Put on a static grounding wrist strap.
2. Before removing the cabinet, shut down the transport monitor and unplug
the power cord.
3. Disconnect any cables connected to the rear panel connectors of the transport
monitor. Note their locations for reinstallation.
4. Put the protective front cover on the transport monitor and sit the cabinet
upright on the working surface with the rear panel up.
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5. Remove the two screws from the handle on the right side of the cabinet (see
Figure 6--17). These screws attach to posts mounted on the power supply
module.
Handle mounting screws
Figure 6- 17: Right side handle screws
6. Remove the screws from the four feet on the rear of the mainframe chassis
(see Figure 6--18).
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Rear feet screws (4)
Figure 6- 18: Rear panel feet removal
7. Use either an adjustable wrench or appropriate size open-end wrench as a
lever to pry the cabinet loose from the chassis. Loosen each side alternately
until the cabinet is released from the EMI gasket.
8. Slide the cabinet up and off the chassis.
CAUTION. Use care when touching the EMI shielding strips around the front of
the chassis. The fingers of the strip are easily bent and any protruding sharp
edges become a potential cutting hazard when you handle the chassis to position
it during the remaining remove and replace procedures.
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Replacing the Cabinet
1. Place the protective front cover on the face of the transport monitor.
2. Position the transport monitor face down on a stable working surface with
enough head room to install the cabinet.
3. Position the cabinet correctly to install it, and slide the cabinet over the end
of the mainframe chassis.
4. Slide the cabinet evenly down on the chassis making sure all the internal
cables are clear and do not catch.
5. When the front of the cabinet comes in contact with the cabinet retaining
tabs around the front of the chassis, make sure the edges of the cabinet go
under the tabs. You may have to push on the sides of the cabinet to get all
the edges under the tabs and over the EMI strips around the front of the
chassis.
6. At the rear of the chassis, you may have to push on the sides of the cabinet to
get the rear of the cabinet to fit over the edges of the chassis and EMI
gasketing.
7. When the cabinet is completely in place on the chassis, install the four rear
feet.
8. Position the handle on the left side of the chassis and replace the two screws
that attach the handle to the chassis (see Figure 6--17).
Replacing the
Bezel Trim Ring
There are three snaps across the top and three across the bottom that hold the
bezel to the cabinet. Replace the front panel bezel as follows:
1. Position the bezel trim ring over the front of the cabinet and engage the three
snaps across the top of the cabinet first.
2. After you have engaged the snaps across the top, firmly press the bottom of
the bezel onto the cabinet to engage the snaps across the bottom of the bezel.
3. Press on the top of the bezel again to make sure the top snaps are all
completely engaged.
4. Using smooth jaw pliers to hold the key cay, position the On/Stby key cap
on the switch shaft. Push straight in on the key cap to press it onto the switch
shaft.
5. Insert the light pipes in the light pipe holes and snap them into place.
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Removing and Replacing Plug-In Modules
The transport monitor plug-in modules are located in the mainframe module bay.
The SCSI hard disk drive is located in the mainframe bottom compartment. The
following procedures start after removal of the cabinet from the mainframe.
Removing a Plug-In
Module
1. Remove the circuit board retaining plate (see Figure 6--19).
2. Remove the holding screws from the top and bottom of the plug-in module
you are going to remove.
3. Carefully pull up on the module to loosen it from the backplane module
connectors. You may have to alternate lifting on the front and the rear of the
module to work it loose from the from the connectors and the card bay.
Screws (7)
Circuit board
retaining plate
Figure 6- 19: Circuit board retaining plate
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4. When the module is loose from the connector, lift the module out of the
module bay.
5. Place the removed module on a static-free work surface or in an anti-static
protection bag.
Reinstalling a PCI Plug-In
Module
1. Insert the module into the module bay at the correct slot position.
2. Carefully align the module edge connector with the backplane connectors.
3. Apply firm pressure to completely seat the module in the connectors.
4. Replace the module holding screws to hold the module in the card bay.
5. Torque the screws to 8 in-lbs.
Mainframe Modules
The front panel components can be removed and replaced without removing the
mainframe cabinet. Removing the bezel permits access to the retaining screws
that hold the covers in place.
Removing the Interface
Circuit Board Cover
Remove the front panel interface circuit board cover assembly as follows:
1. Remove the front panel bezel trim ring (see Removing the Bezel Trim Ring
on page 6--62 for the removal procedure).
2. Remove the six screws attaching the front panel circuit board cover to the
chassis. There are two screws at the top, two at the bottom, and two at the
left side of the assembly (see Figure 6--20).
3. Pull the cover assembly away from the chassis.
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Screws (6)
Front panel
Figure 6- 20: Front panel circuit board cover removal
Reinstalling the Front
Panel Interface Circuit
Board Cover
Make sure all of the cables to the interface assembly are properly connected
before replacing the interface circuit board cover assembly. After that, use the
following procedure to replace the cover assembly:
1. Carefully slide the cover assembly into the chassis to align it with the
mounting screw holes.
2. Install the six attaching screws; two on the top, two on the side, and two on
the bottom of the chassis. Torque to 8 in-lbs.
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Removing the Key Pad
Assembly
Remove the key pad circuit assembly as follows:
1. Remove the front panel bezel trim ring (see Removing the Bezel Trim Ring
on page 6--62 for the removal procedure).
2. Remove the six screws holding the key pad assembly to the mainframe
chassis. There are two across the top, two across the bottom, and two on the
right side of the assembly (see Figure 6--21).
Key pad
assembly
Screws (6)
Figure 6- 21: Key pad assembly removal
3. Slide the key pad assembly out of the chassis far enough to access the
interconnection cable connector on the back of the key pad circuit board.
4. Disconnect the key pad interconnection cable to the interface circuit board
from the key pad circuit board.
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Replacing the Key Pad
Assembly
Remove the key pad assembly as follows:
1. Position the key pad assembly to slide it into the chassis.
2. Connect the key pad assembly interconnection ribbon cable to the key pad
connector on key pad circuit board.
3. Carefully slide the key pad assembly into place and align the mounting
screws holes.
4. Install the six attaching screws.
Removing the CD and
Floppy Disk Drive
Assembly
Remove the CD and Floppy Disk drive assembly as follows:
1. Remove the mainframe cabinet (see Removing the Cabinet on page 6--62 for
the removal procedure).
2. Remove the front panel bezel (see Removing the Bezel Trim Ring on
page 6--62 for the removal procedure).
3. Remove the front panel interface circuit board cover (refer to Removing the
Interface Circuit Board Cover on page 6--67 for the removal procedure).
4. Remove the key pad assembly (refer to Removing the Key Pad Assembly on
page 6--69 for the removal procedure).
5. Remove the three screws attaching the CD and Floppy Disk Drive assembly
to the chassis. There are two screws on the front of the assembly and one on
the rear inside the front panel compartment of the chassis.
6. Disconnect the floppy drive cable from the floppy drive connector. Lift up
the locking latch on the floppy drive connector to release the interconnection
cable and pull up on the cable to separate it from the connector.
7. Disconnect the audio cable from the CD drive four pin connector (see
Figure 6--24 on page 6--73).
8. Disconnect the CD drive cable from the Controller board.
9. Slide the CD and Floppy Disk Drive assembly out through the front of the
chassis. You may have to lift the front of the assembly slightly to clear the
EMI shielding fingers.
10. When the CD drive cable connector is clear of the front of the chassis,
carefully disconnect it from the CD drive connector adapter board.
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Removing and Replacing
the CD-ROM Drive
The floppy disk drive and the CD drive are assembled in the same unit, but can
be separately replaced.
1. Remove the four crosstip screws that hold the CD drive to the chassis. See
Figure 6--22.
2. Slide the CD drive out of the lower bay of CD and floppy drive chassis.
Screws (4)
Figure 6- 22: Chassis screw locations for CD drive
Reinstall the CD Drive.
1. Insert CD drive into lower bay of CD and floppy drive chassis.
2. Align CD drive mounting holes with chassis holes.
3. Attach CD drive to chassis with four crosstip screws. Torque the screws to
2 in-lbs.
Removing and Replacing
the Floppy Disk Drive
The floppy disk drive and the CD drive are assembled in the same unit, but can
be separately replaced.
1. Remove the four cross tip screw holding the floppy disk drive to the
assembly.
2. Lift the floppy disk drive up off the chassis as shown in Figure 6--23.
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Screws (4)
Figure 6- 23: Chassis screw locations for the floppy disk drive
Replace the Floppy Disk Drive.
1. Place the replacement floppy drive onto the chassis / CD drive as shown in
Figure 6--23.
2. Attach the floppy drive to chassis with four crosstip screws. Torque each
screw to 2 in-lbs.
Reinstalling the CD and
Floppy Disk Drive
Assembly
When the CD and Floppy drive assembly is assembled it can be reinstalled into
the chassis.
1. Align the assembly with the slot in the chassis.
2. Connect the CD drive cable to the CD drive connector adapter board.
3. Slide the assembly into the compartment and line up the attaching screw
holes.
4. Install the three attaching screws, two in the front and one in the rear of the
assembly.
5. Attach the audio cable to CD drive four pin connector.
a. Align the audio cable white colored dot with pin 1 of CD drive four pin
connector.
b. Plug the audio cable onto the CD drive connector (see Figure 6--24)
6. Attach the floppy drive cable to the floppy drive connector.
a. Lift up floppy drive connector locking latch.
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b. With the contacts of the short end of floppy drive cable facing towards
the floppy drive, insert cable into floppy drive connector as shown in
Figure 6--24.
c. While supporting the circuit board, push the locking latch closed.
Audio cable
CDROM cable
Floppy drive cable
Contacts face toward floppy drive
CDROM Interface board
CDROM
connector
Audio
connector
Figure 6- 24: Floppy disk drive and CD audio connector installation
Removing the Speaker
The bezel trim ring and key pad assembly must be uninstalled to remove the
speaker for replacement.
1. Remove the bezel trim ring (see Removing the Bezel Trim Ring on page 6--62
for the removal procedure).
2. Remove the front panel interface circuit board cover (refer to Removing the
Interface Circuit Board Cover on page 6--67 for the removal procedure).
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3. Remove the key pad assembly (refer to Removing the Key Pad Assembly on
page 6--69 for the removal procedure).
4. Disconnect the speaker connector from the front panel interface board (see
Figure 6--34 on page 6--86).
5. Remove the four T15 screws that attach the speaker to the chassis and
remove the speaker from the chassis. Note the routing of the speaker cable
for reinstallation.
Replacing the Speaker
1. Route the speaker wire harness through mainframe chassis hole as shown in
Figure 6--25.
2. Attach speaker to chassis with four T15 screws. Torque the screws to
8 in-lbs.
Plug speaker
connector here
Screws (4)
Speaker
Figure 6- 25: Speaker installation and fan locations
3. Reconnect the speaker wire to the front panel interface board Speaker
connector J980 (see Figure 6--34 on page 6--86).
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Removing and Replacing
the SCSI Hard Disk Drive
The disk drive is installed in the lower compartment of the mainframe chassis.
The mainframe cabinet must be removed to access the disk drive assembly.
1. Put on a static grounding wrist strap.
2. Shut down the mainframe and unplug the power cord.
3. Remove the mainframe cabinet (see Removing the Cabinet on page 6--62 for
the removal procedure).
4. Place the mainframe chassis on the work surface so that the bottom side,
with the SCSI disk drive assembly, is facing up.
5. Disconnect the SCSI disk drive cable from the hard disk drive. Note the
routing and cable dress for reinstallation.
6. Disconnect the power supply cable from the hard disk drive.
7. Remove the four T-15 Torx screws that hold the hard disk drive to the
mainframe chassis and lift the hard drive drive out of the mainframe.
Reinstall the Disk Drive Assembly. Use the following procedure to replace the
SCSI disk drive assembly:
1. Place the mainframe chassis on the work surface so that the bottom side is
facing up.
2. Insert the hard disk drive into the chassis compartment and line up the
mounting screw holes in the mounting brackets with the screw holes in the
chassis mainframe.
3. Install the four T-15 Torx screws that hold the hard disk drive to the
mainframe chassis. Tighten the four screws to 8 inch pounds of torque.
4. Connect the power supply cable to the hard disk drive.
5. Reconnect the SCSI cable connector to the hard disk drive. Dress the ribbon
cable flat against the mainframe.
NOTE. If you are replacing a hard disk drive, follow the instructions provided
with the replacement disk drive to restore the software and disk partitioning
required for the MTM300 Series operating system.
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Removing and Replacing
the Power Supply
Use the following steps to remove the power supply module:
1. Shut down the mainframe and unplug the power cord.
2. Remove the transport monitor cabinet (refer to Removing the Cabinet on
page 6--62 for the removal instructions).
3. Remove the key pad assembly (refer to Removing the Key Pad Assembly on
page 6--69 for the removal procedure).
4. Remove the five short and two long T15 screws that attach the power supply
module to the chassis (see Figure 6--26 for the screw locations).
a. At the front of the power supply module, remove one short T15 screw.
Use a long shafted screwdriver to access the front screw through the hole
in the chassis.
b. At the top of the power supply, remove two short T15 screws.
c. At the rear of the power supply, remove two short screws and two long
T15 screws.
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Backplane
ribbon cable
Long T15 screws (2)
Front panel
ribbon cable
Screws (4)
SCSI hard disk
drive power
connector
Figure 6- 26: Power supply long and short screw locations
5. Disconnect the backplane ribbon cable from the power supply module
connector.
6. Release the connector latches on the wide ribbon cable housing and
disconnect the front panel ribbon cable from the front of the power supply
module.
7. Disconnect the SCSI hard disk drive power cable from the front of the power
supply module.
8. Slide the power supply module out of the chassis. Use a flat blade screwdriver as a lever if needed to disconnect the power supply connectors from
the backplane connectors.
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Reinstall the Power Supply. Use the following steps to reinstall the power supply
module:
1. Align the power supply connectors with backplane connectors as shown in
Figure 6--26.
2. Press power supply module onto backplane connectors/main chassis.
3. Attach the power supply module to the chassis with five short and two long
T15 screws. Torque the screws to 8 in-lbs.
a. At the front of the power supply module, attach the power supply to the
chassis with one short T15 screw.
b. Attach the top of the power supply to the chassis with two short T15
screws.
NOTE. The long T15 screws are used for attaching the power supply to the
chassis at either side of the line filter opening.
c. At the rear of the power supply, attach the power supply to the chassis
with two short screws and two long T15 screws.
4. Plug in the backplane ribbon cable on the side of the power supply.
5. Plug the wide ribbon cable onto the power supply module connector on the
front of the power supply.
CAUTION. The power supply ribbon cable connector is difficult to fully plug on.
Make sure both retaining latches are fully closed over the connector housing.
6. Plug the SCSI power cable onto the power supply connector located beneath
the large ribbon cable connector on the front of the power supply chassis.
Removing and Replacing
the Controller Board
Use the following procedure to remove the controller board.
1. Remove the circuit board retaining plate (see Figure 6--19).
2. Remove the two T15 screws that hold the controller board to the mainframe
chassis (see Figure 6--27 for the screw locations).
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3. Disconnect the SCSI disk drive ribbon cable from the controller board (see
Figure 6--31 on page 6--83).
T15 screws (2)
Figure 6- 27: Controller board orientation and screw locations
4. Disconnect the two 10-pin connectors (from J290 and J190 on the I/O circuit
board) from the controller board.
5. Disconnect the 26-pin connector (from J170 on the I/O circuit board) from
the bottom 26-pin connector on the controller board.
6. Carefully pull up on the controller board to loosen it from the backplane
connectors.
7. When the board is loose from the backplane connectors, lift the assembly up
and out of the module bay. Place the removed circuit board on a static-free
surface or in a protective anti-static bag.
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Reinstall the Controller Board. Use the following procedure to reinstall the
controller circuit board.
1. Position the controller board in the card bay in slot 9, the second slot from
the right (when looking at the rear of the mainframe chassis).
CAUTION. While handling and installing the controller board, do not press on the
memory SIMMs (single inline memory modules).
2. Lower the controller board into the mainframe while dressing the I/O board
to controller board wiring harnesses away from the slot position.
3. Align the controller board edge connectors with the backplane slot connectors and press down firmly on the top edge of the circuit board to seat the
controller board in the backplane connectors.
4. Attach the controller board bracket to the mainframe chassis with two T15
screws. Torque the screws to 8 in-lbs.
5. Reconnect the I/O board to controller board cables. Refer to Connect I/O
board to Controller board on page 6--82 for the connection sequence.
Removing and Replacing
the Controller I/O Board
The Controller I/O board has many cables to the controller board that must be
disconnected before it can be removed. After removing the cabinet and circuit
board retaining plate, use the following procedure to remove the I/O circuit
board:
1. Remove the two T15 screws that hold the controller I/O board to mainframe
chassis (one on top and the other in the rear panel).
2. Disconnect the SCSI disk drive ribbon cable from the controller board (see
Figure 6--29).
3. Disconnect the two 10-pin connectors (from J290 and J190 on the I/O circuit
board) from the controller board.
4. Disconnect the 26-pin connector (from J170 on the I/O circuit board) from
the bottom 26-pin connector on the controller board.
5. Carefully pull up on the I/O board to loosen it from the backplane connectors.
6. When the board is loose from the backplane connectors, lift the assembly up
to gain access to the remaining interconnection cables.
7. Disconnect the CD drive ribbon cable from J250 of the I/O circuit board.
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Reinstall the I/O Board. Use the following steps to insert the I/O circuit board into
the slot 10 position in the mainframe card bay.
1. Dress both controller board wire harnesses so that you can insert the I/O
circuit board into the first slot as shown in Figure 6--28.
2. Hold the SCSI ribbon cable against the side of the mainframe and insert the
I/O board into the slot. Align the front end of the circuit board with the guide
rail on the front of the card bay.
CD Drive ribbon cable
plugs onto J250
I/O Circuit board with
cables installed
CD Drive ribbon cable
Figure 6- 28: Insert I/O board into slot 1
3. Lower the I/O board into the mainframe slot but do not press the board into
the backplane connector.
4. Route the CD drive ribbon cable over the I/O board.
5. Lift up the I/O board and (with one hand bracing the circuit board on the
backside) plug the CD drive ribbon cable onto J250 of the I/O board.
6. Place your fingers on the top of the I/O board at the locations indicated in
Figure 6--29 (directly over the J11 backplane connector) and press down to
seat the board into the backplane connector.
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Press down on I/O board at
these two locations
SCSI Ribbon cable
Figure 6- 29: Installing the I/O circuit board
Connect I/O board to Controller board. The cables between the I/O board and the
controller board have to be connected in a sequence that permits all the cables to
be attached. Use the following steps to make the cable connections.
1. Plug the ribbon cable from J290 of the I/O board to the center 10-pin
connector on the controller board as shown in Figure 6--30.
2. Plug the ribbon cable from J271 of the I/O board to the top 34-pin connector
of the controller board.
I/O J260 cable plugs onto
top 40-pin connector
I/O J271 Cable plugs onto
top 34-pin connector
I/O J290 Cable plugs onto
center 10-pin connector
Figure 6- 30: I/O board to controller board interconnections top connectors
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3. Plug the ribbon cable from J260 of the I/O board to the top 40-pin connector
of the controller board.
4. Plug the ribbon cable from J190 of the I/O board to the bottom 10-pin
connector as shown in Figure 6--31.
5. Plug the ribbon cable from J170 of the I/O board to the bottom 26-pin
connector.
6. Plug the SCSI ribbon cable to the controller board bottom connector.
SCSI Ribbon cable plugs
onto bottom connector
I/O J170 Cable plugs onto
bottom 26-pin connector
I/O J190 Cable plugs onto
bottom 10-pin connector
Figure 6- 31: I/O board to controller board interconnections bottom connectors
7. Route the brown/red wire harness from the controller board as shown in
Figure 6--32. Plug the wire harness into J240 on the I/O board. Align the
brown wire with pin 1 of J240, as shown in Figure 6--32.
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Brown wire
connects to pin 1
Brown/Red wire
harness plugs onto
J240 2-pin connector
Figure 6- 32: Top connection to controller board
8. Plug speaker/USB multicolor cable from J220 of the I/O board to J3 and J5
of the controller board as shown in Figure 6--33.
Rainbow-colored wire harness
plugs onto J220 8-pin connector
Brown wire
connects to
pin 1
Figure 6- 33: Location of J220 connections and wiring orientation
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Removing and Replacing
the Interface Board
Use the following procedure to remove the interface board:
1. Disconnect the speaker wire from the interface board J980 connector (see
Figure 6--34).
2. Disconnect the right side fan wire from the interface board J420 (right FAN)
connector.
3. Disconnect the left side fan wire from the interface board J410 (left FAN)
connector.
4. Disconnect the disk drive flexible circuit board from the interface board disk
drive connector.
a. Release the locking latch on the flexible circuit board connector.
Release bar
b. Pull the flexible circuit board straight out of the connector.
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Power supply
Fan
Keypad
Floppy
CD Stereo
Controller I/O
Speaker
Figure 6- 34: Front panel interface circuit board connectors
5. Disconnect the controller I/O ribbon cable from the interface board.
6. Disconnect the key pad assembly ribbon cable from the interface board
7. Remove the five T15 screws from the front of the board and the two metric
screws on the left side that attach the interface board to the chassis (see
Figure 6--35 for the screw locations).
Reinstall the Interface Board. Install the interface board onto the mainframe
chassis as shown in Figure 6--35.
1. Orient interface board so that the board components are facing up and the
mouse/keyboard connectors are to the left.
2. Align the interface board mounting holes with the chassis studs and place the
board onto chassis.
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Screws (7)
Figure 6- 35: Screw locations for the interface circuit board
3. Attach the interface board to chassis with five T15 screws through the front
of the board and two metric screws at the side connectors. Torque the T15
screws to 8 in-lbs. Torque the metric screws to 2 in-lbs.
4. Route both fan wire harnesses through slot in chassis as shown in
Figure 6--36.
5. Plug the left side fan wire harness into the interface board J410 (left FAN)
connector as shown in Figure 6--36.
6. Plug the right side fan wire harness into the interface board J420 (right FAN)
connector as shown in Figure 6--36.
7. Route the speaker wire harness through the top/right chassis ventilation hole
as shown in Figure 6--36.
8. Plug speaker wire harness into interface board J980 connector as shown in
Figure 6--36.
9. Connect the disk drive flexible circuit board to the interface board disk drive
connector.
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Fan connectors
Speaker
connector
Figure 6- 36: Cut-away view showing wire routing of fan and speaker wires
10. Connect the ribbon cable connector from the controller I/O to the interface
board controller connector.
11. Connect the ribbon cable connector from the key pad assembly to the
interface board.
12. Reinstall the interface circuit board cover assembly.
Removing and Replacing
the Backplane Circuit
Board
To remove the backplane, you must first remove the power supply and all of the
plug in circuit boards.
Remove the Backplane. With the cabinet off the chassis, use the following
procedure to remove the backplane:
1. Remove the power supply module (see Removing and Replacing the Power
Supply on page 6--76).
2. Remove all the plug in modules from the card bay (see the module removal
instructions starting with Removing and Replacing Plug-in Modules on
page 6--66).
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3. Disconnect the RS232 cable connector from the backplane circuit board.
4. Remove the 15 screws holding the backplane board assembly to the chassis
with a T15 screw tip screwdriver (see Figure 6--37 for the screw locations).
5. Lift the back plane board assembly out of the chassis.
Screws (15)
Power supply
connectors
Figure 6- 37: Backplane orientation and screw locations
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Reinstall the Backplane. Use the following procedure to reinstall the backplane
circuit board into the mainframe card bay.
1. Place the backplane board assembly into the mainframe chassis. See
Figure 6--37 for orientation of back plane to chassis.
2. Attach backplane board assembly to the chassis with fifteen T15 screws.
Torque the screws to 8 in-lbs.
3. Connect the RS232 cable connector to the backplane circuit board.
4. Reinstall the PCI plug in modules using their reinstallation instructions (refer
to Removing and Replacing Plug-in Modules on page 6--66 and Removing
and Replacing the Controller Board on page 6--78).
5. Reinstall the power supply assembly using its reinstallation instructions
(refer to Removing and Replacing the Power Supply on page 6--76).
6. Reinstall the circuit board retaining plate.
7. Reinstall the cabinet and bezel trim ring to complete the assembly (refer to
Replacing the Cabinet on page 6--65 and Replacing the Bezel Trim Ring on
page 6--65).
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Repackaging Instructions
If an instrument is to be shipped to a Tektronix field office for repair, attach a tag
to the instrument showing the following:
H
Owner’s name and address
H
Serial number
H
Description of the problem(s) encountered and/or service required.
The MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitor is shipped in cartons designed to
provide it with the maximum protection. If you ship the instrument subsequently,
you will need to use these cartons, the spacer pads, the protective bag, and the
instrument support inserts to provide adequate protection.
CAUTION. To prevent the loss of your instrument’s warranties, Tektronix strongly
recommends that you use the original MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitor
shipping carton (that is in good condition) when you ship your instrument to
another location or when you return the instrument to a Tektronix service center
for repair.
Tektronix cannot honor the instrument’s warranties if the transport monitor
arrives at the service center damaged and it was not shipped in its original
carton or in a replacement carton (and its supporting packaging material)
purchased from Tektronix. If you lose your original packaging material, contact
your Tektronix representative to obtain replacement packaging. Table 6--5 lists
the part numbers to use when ordering replacement parts.
Replacement Packaging
New packaging material is available from Tektronix. The part numbers are in
Table 6--5 and in the Replaceable Mechanical Parts List. Packaging components
are shown in Figure 6--38. Each component has an index number, which also
appears in Table 6--5. To obtain these items, contact your nearest Tektronix office
or representative.
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Table 6- 5: Packaging material
Item
Tektronix
part number
Figure 6- 38
Index number
Complete shipping carton (contains all subparts)
710–9423–00
Top tray (cardboard insert)
004–4912–00
1
Instrument support inserts (2); top and bottom
004–4913–00
2
Inner shipping box (without internal subparts)
004–4926–00
3
Outer shipping box (without internal subparts)
004–4914–01
4
Spacer pad (makes two pads for inner shipping box)
004–4925–01
See Figure 6-- 39
Accessory tray
004–4851–00
Not shown
Accessory tray
004–4852–01
Not shown
Protective bag
006–8164–00
Not shown
1
2
3
2
4
Note: The keyboard, mouse, and
manual boxes do not need to be
returned with the transport monitor
for servicing.
Figure 6- 38: Repackaging the transport monitor
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Repackaging Instructions
When the transport monitor is shipped, it is important to provide it with the
maximum protection. Figure 6--38 shows how to repackage the transport monitor
for shipment. As the figure notes, it is not necessary to have the accessories
received with the transport monitor in the package for reshipment to repair. If
you are shipping to another site for reinstallation, the accessories are packed last
in accessory trays at the top of the box.
The inner shipping box, pads, and protective bag provide the necessary
protection to allow the shipping materials of the outer shipping box to correctly
support the product for shipment. Pack the inner shipping box as follows:
1. Start by placing one of the spacer pads in the bottom of the inner box.
Position the side of the pad with the smaller, square holes against the side of
the box as shown in Figure 6--39.
2. Place the protective front cover on the front of the transport monitor.
Bottom spacer pad
(1/2 of 004-4925-00)
Outside edge of box
Spacer pad
positioned inside the
bottom of the box
Figure 6- 39: Placement of bottom spacer pad in inner shipping box
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3. Place the transport monitor in the protective bag. The bag prevents dust,
moisture, or other small packaging debris from entering the cabinet.
4. Fold the top of the bag neatly over the top of the transport monitor to make it
as flat as possible and seal with packing tape.
5. Place the bagged transport monitor in the inner shipping box. The small feet
on the bottom of the cabinet go in the square holes in the spacing pad and the
larger feet near the front of the transport monitor go in the larger rectangular
holes. The bezel end of the cabinet fits over the edge of the spacer pad.
6. Place the other spacer pad on top of the transport monitor. Place the side
with the small square holes against the side of the box. The protective front
cover on the bezel of the transport monitor is not covered by the top spacer
pad.
7. Close and tape the inner shipping box.
8. Place one of the support inserts in the bottom of the outer shipping box, film
side up as shown in Figure 6--38.
9. Place the sealed inner shipping box in the center of the bottom support insert
in the outer shipping box.
10. Put the second support insert over the inner shipping box, film side down.
NOTE. If you are using new packing material purchased from Tektronix,
pre-stretch the film in the support inserts by pushing down firmly several times
on the top support insert.
11. Place the top tray in the box. If you are not shipping accessories with the
transport monitor, close and tape the outer shipping box.
12. When shipping the accessories, place the two accessory trays in the top tray,
arrange the accessories in the trays, and then close and tape the outer
shipping box.
13. Attach the appropriate shipping documents needed to ship the transport
monitor to its destination (either to Tektronix for repair or to another
location).
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Options
The tables in this section list the options for the MTM300 Series transport
monitor and software.
Standard and optional accessories are listed in the Replaceable Parts list at the
end of this manual.
Table 7--1 lists the options that are available when you purchase the MTM300
Series MPEG Transport Monitor. Table 7--2 lists the options as they were
nomenclated for MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitors prior to July, 2001.
Table 7- 1: Current MTM300 Series transport monitor options
Option
Description
MTM3001
Transport monitor with one analysis board
MTM3012
Transport monitor with two analysis boards
Option AS
A two-input ASI/M2S I/O daughter board
Option SS
A two-input SSI (SMPTE310M) I/O daughter board
Option LC
LCD display, touchscreen, keypad, keyboard, and mouse
Option VK
External keyboard, monitor, and mouse
1
You must order one of the following: Option AS or Option SS
2
You must order two of the following (any combination): Option AS or Option SS
Table 7- 2: Previous option nomenclature
Option
Description
MTM300
Transport monitor with one analysis board
MTM301
Transport monitor with two analysis boards
Option 1A
A two-input ASI/M2S I/O daughter board
Option 1S
A two-input SMPTE310M I/O daughter board
Option 2A
Two, two-input ASI/M2S I/O daughter boards (four input channels total)
Option 2S
Two, two-input SMPTE310M I/O daughter boards (four input channels total)
Option AS
One, two-input ASI I/O daughter board and one, two-input SMPTE310 I/O
daughter board (four input channels total)
Option LC
LCD display, touchscreen, keypad, keyboard, and mouse
Option VK
External keyboard, monitor, and mouse
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Replaceable Electrical Parts
The replaceable electrical parts are the replaceable plugin modules and the circuit
board assemblies. Those parts, along with the interconnection cables, replaceable
hardware, and the accessories, are indexed in the mechanical parts exploded view
illustrations. The part numbers are listed in the Replaceable Parts list in
Section 10 of this manual.
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The block diagram appears on page 3--2 (Figure 3--1).
The exploded view diagrams appear in the Replaceable Parts List of Section 10.
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Replaceable Mechanical Parts List
This section contains a list of the replaceable modules for the MTM300 Series
MPEG Transport Monitor. Use this list to identify and order replacement parts.
Parts Ordering Information
Replacement parts are available through your local Tektronix field office or
representative.
Changes to Tektronix products are sometimes made to accommodate improved
components as they become available and to give you the benefit of the latest
improvements. Therefore, when ordering parts, it is important to include the
following information in your order:
H
Part number
H
Instrument type or model number
H
Instrument serial number
H
Instrument modification number, if applicable
If you order a part that has been replaced with a different or improved part, your
local Tektronix field office or representative will contact you concerning any
change in part number.
Module Servicing
Modules can be serviced by selecting one of the following three options. Contact
your local Tektronix service center or representative for repair assistance.
Module Exchange. In some cases you may exchange your module for a remanufactured module. These modules cost significantly less than new modules and
meet the same factory specifications. For more information about the module
exchange program, call 1-800-833-9200. Outside North America, contact a
Tektronix sales office or distributor; see the Tektronix web site for a list of
offices: www.tektronix.com.
Module Repair and Return. You may ship your module to us for repair, after which
we will return it to you.
New Modules. You may purchase replacement modules in the same way as other
replacement parts.
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Using the Replaceable Parts List
This section contains a list of the mechanical and/or electrical components that
are replaceable for the portable mainframe Instrument. Use this list to identify
and order replacement parts. The following table describes each column in the
parts list.
Parts list column descriptions
Column
Column name
Description
1
Figure & index number
Items in this section are referenced by figure and index numbers to the exploded view
illustrations that follow.
2
Tektronix part number
Use this part number when ordering replacement parts from Tektronix.
3 and 4
Serial number
Column three indicates the serial number at which the part was first effective. Column four
indicates the serial number at which the part was discontinued. No entry indicates the part is
good for all serial numbers.
5
Qty
This indicates the quantity of parts used.
6
Name & description
An item name is separated from the description by a colon (:). Because of space limitations, an
item name may sometimes appear as incomplete. Use the U.S. Federal Catalog handbook
H6-1 for further item name identification.
7
Mfr. code
This indicates the code of the actual manufacturer of the part.
8
Mfr. part number
This indicates the actual manufacturer’s or vendor’s part number.
Abbreviations
Mfr. Code to Manufacturer
Cross Index
Abbreviations conform to American National Standard ANSI Y1.1--1972.
The table titled Manufacturers Cross Index shows codes, names, and addresses
of manufacturers or vendors of components listed in the parts list.
7
Mfr. Code
This indicates the code of the actual manufacturer of the part.
8
Mfr. Part Number
This indicates the actual manufacturer’s or vendor’s part number.
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Manufacturers cross index
Mfr.
code
Manufacturer
Address
City, state, zip code
00779
AMP INC.
CUSTOMER SERVICE DEPT
PO BOX 3608
HARRISBURG, PA 17105-- 3608
060D9
UNITREK CORPORATION
3000 COLUMBIA HOUSE BLVD, SUITE 1
20
VANCOUVER, WA 98661
0B445
ELECTRI-- CORD MFG CO INC
312 EAST MAIN STREET
WESTFIELD, PA 16950
0KB01
STAUFFER SUPPLY CO
810 SE SHERMAN
PORTLAND, OR 97214-- 4657
0KB05
NORTH STAR NAMEPLATE INC
5750 NE MOORE COURT
HILLSBORO, OR 97124-- 6474
12136
PHC INDUSTRIES INC
1643 HADDON AVE
PO BOX 1448
CAMDEN, NJ 08103
1AW87
LEWIS SCREW CO.
4300 SOUTH RACINE AVENUE
CHICAGO, IL 60609
3M099
PORTLAND SCREW COMPANY
6520 N BASIN AVE
PORTLAND, OR 97217
46628
LOGITECH INC
6505 KAISER DR
FREMONT, CA 94555
50356
TEAC AMERICA INC
7733 TELEGRAPH RD
PO BOX 750
MONTEBELLO, CA 90640-- 6537
5Y400
TRIAX METAL PRODUCTS INC
1880 SW MERLO DRIVE
BEAVERTON, OR 97006
7X318
KASO PLASTICS INC
5720-- C NE 121ST AVE, STE 110
VANCOUVER, WA 98682
6874
DYNACLEAR THIN FILM PRODUCTS
7025 WEST MARCIA RD.
MILWAUKEE, WI 53223
80009
TEKTRONIX INC
14150 SW KARL BRAUN DR
PO BOX 500
BEAVERTON, OR 97077-- 0001
93907
CAMCAR DIV OF TEXTRON INC
ATTN: ALICIA SANFORD
516 18TH AVE
ROCKFORD, IL 611045181
9Z609
CYBER RESEARCH INC
25 BUSINESS PARK DRIVE
BRANFORD, CT 06405
TK0AT
AMP, INC
7-- 15-- 14 ROPPONGI
MINATO-- KU
TOKYO JAPAN,
TK1943
NEILSEN MANUFACTURING INC
3501 PORTLAND RD NE
SALEM, OR 97303
TK2172
WYLE ELECTRONICS INC
10300 SW NIMBUS AVE
BLDG P, SUITE B
PORTLAND, OR 97223
TK2250
ARROW ELECTRONICS INC.
9500 SW NIMBUS AVE, BLDG E
BEAVERTON, OR 97008-- 7163
TK2385
METALCAST ENGINEERING INC
4800 COLISEUM WAY
OAKLAND, CA 94601
TK2411
TEKTRONIX HONG KONG
8/F MAPPIN HOUSE
98 TEXACO RD
TSUEN WAN, N. T., HONG KONG CN
TK2480
WILLAMETTE PLASTIC
1111 NW 5TH PLACE
CANBY, OR 97013
TK2548
XEROX CORPORATION
14181 SW MILLIKAN WAY
BEAVERTON, OR 97005
TK2647
INSTRUMENT SPECIALTIES CO INC.
C/O TEMCO NW
1336 SE 51ST STREET
HILLSBORO, OR 97123
TK6108
KENT H LANDSBERG CO
27929 SW 95TH, SUITE 101
WILSONVILLE, OR 97070
TK6159
ARROW/RICHEY ELECTRONICS
ARROW/RICHEY VALUE ADDED
3601 SW MURRY BLVD
SUITE 60
BEAVERTON, OR 97005
TK6181
IMC PLASTICS INC
19400 SW TETON AVE
TUALATIN, OR 97062
05791
LYN-- TRON INC
SOUTH 6001 THOMAS MALLEN RD
SPOKANE, WA 99204
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Fig. &
index
number
Tektronix
part number
Serial no.
effective
Serial no.
discont’d
Qty
Name & description
Mfr. code
Mfr. part number
10-1
1
343-- 1652-- 00
1
RETAINER:CIRCUIT BOARD
TK1943
343-- 1652-- 00
2
211-- 0722-- 00
122
SCREW,MACHINE:6-- 32 X 0.250,PNH,STL,CDPL,
T-- 15 TORX DR
0KB01
ORDER BY
DESCRIPTION
3
671-- 4793-- 00
1
CIRCUIT BD ASSY:PROCESSOR,IO,679-- 4793-- 00
TESTED,389-- 2844-- 00 WIRED
80009
671-- 4793-- 00
4
407-- 4699-- 00
1
BRACKET:PCI PROCESSOR I/O BOARD,18 GA CRS
TK1943
407-- 4699-- 00
5
672-- 1551-- 00
1
CIRCUIT BD ASSY:PICMG PCI,CONTROLLER,
039-- 0072-- 00
80009
672-- 1551-- 00
6
407-- 4705-- 00
1
BRACKET,PCI:18 GA CRS,DTI PROCESSOR
TK1943
407-- 4705-- 00
7
131-- 0890-- 01
4
CONN,HARDWARE:DSUB,JACK SCREW,4-- 40 X
0.312 L HEX HD,STL CD PL,W/O WASHERS & NUT
00779
205818-- 2
8
011-- 0175-- 00
1
TERMINATOR,SCSI III,SINGLE-ENDED,ACTIVE,SHIELDED,68 POS,MAILE, 0.05 ctr, W/JACKSCREWS
TK0AT
869516-- 1
9
407-- 4569-- 00
1
BRACKET;0.044 C1010/1020 CRS,ZI PLT, BLANK
PCI, NO EARS;SAFETY CONTROLLED
TK1943
407-- 4569-- 00
10
407-- 4775-- 00
2
BRACKET,REAR:PANEL,18 GA CRS,BRIGHT NICKEL
OVER COPPER FLASH
TK1943
407-- 4775-- 00
11
116-- 0246-- 50
1
MEZZANINE ASSY:ASI MEZZANINE BOARD,
116-- 0246-- 00 TESTED
80009
116-- 0246-- 50
11
116-- 0247-- 50
2
MEZZANINE ASSY:SSI MEZZANINE BOARD,
116-- 0247-- 00 TESTED
80009
116-- 0247-- 50
12
116-- 0245-- 50
1
PIA+ BOARD:MPEG PROCESSING,116-- 0245-- 00
TESTED
80009
116-- 0245-- 50
13
650-- 3760-- 00
1
PWR SUPPLY ASSY
80009
650-- 3760-- 00
1
PWR SUPPLY ASSY
80009
650-- 3760-- 01
650-- 3760-- 01
B010171
B010172
14
441-- 2180-- 00
1
CHASSIS ASSY:AL,ETCH & CHROMATE
TK1943
441-- 2180-- 00
15
174-- 3795-- 00
1
CABLE ASSY,SP:SPEAKER,CPD,30-- 26AWG,10.0 L,
1X2,0.1CTR,RCPT,FEMALE,LATCHING, PLZ,MTE
060D9
174-- 3795-- 00
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1
2
2
3
4
5
6
7
2
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
2
15
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Fig. &
index
number
Tektronix
part number
Serial no.
effective
Serial no.
discont’d
Qty
Name & description
Mfr. code
Mfr. part number
122
SCREW,MACHINE:6-- 32 X 0.250,PNH,STL,CDPL,
T-- 15 TORX DR
0KB01
ORDER BY
DESCRIPTION
1
CIRCUIT BD ASSY:PICMG BACKPLANE,
679-- 4778-- 00 TESTED,389-- 2828-- 00 WIRED
80009
671-- 4778-- 00
1
CIRCUIT BD ASSY:PICMG BACKPLANE,
679-- 4778-- 00 TESTED,389-- 2828-- 00 WIRED
80009
671-- 4778-- 01
10-2
1
211-- 0722-- 00
2
671-- 4778-- 00
671-- 4778-- 01
B030251
B030252
3
131-- 0890-- 01
4
CONN,HARDWARE:DSUB,JACK SCREW,4-- 40 X
0.312 L HEX HD,STL CD PL,W/O WASHERS & NUT
00779
205818-- 2
4
211-- 0721-- 00
2
SCREW,MACHINE:6-- 32 X 0.375,PNH,STL,CDPL,
T-- 15 TORX DR
0KB01
ORDER BY
DESCRIPTION
5
174-- 3761-- 00
1
CA ASSY,SP:RIBBON,RS232,IDC,9,3.5 L END TO
END,(DSUB,MALE,RTANG,9 POS,0.109 CTR
060D9
174-- 3761-- 00
6
348-- 1576-- 00
13
SHIELD, GASKET; FINGER TYPE, 4.4LX0.27W,
BECU C17200, THO2 (HALF HARD), ZINC CHROMATE/CLEAR PL;I/O BRACKET, SAFETY CONTROLLED
7
407-- 4721-- 00
1
BRACKET ASSY:DRIVE MOUNTING,0.040 AL,ALLOY
5052 H32,ETCH/CHROMATE
TK1943
407-- 4721-- 00
1
BRACKET ASSY:DRIVE MOUNTING,0.040 AL,ALLOY
5052 H32,ETCH/CHROMATE
TK1943
407-- 4721-- 01
1
BRACKET ASSY:DRIVE MOUNTING,0.040 AL,ALLOY
5052 H32,ETCH/CHROMATE
TK1943
407-- 4721-- 02
3
SCREW,MACHINE:2.6 X 0.45 MM,3.0L,PNH,STL,
NICKEL PL,PHILLIPS,JCIS
0KB01
10310188-- 0
407-- 4721-- 01
407-- 4721-- 02
8
9
Jan. 2001
Jan. 2001
211-- 1079-- 00
211-- 0950-- 00
211-- 1070-- 00
B020229
B020230
211-- 0950-- 00
211-- 1070-- 00
B020238
B020239
4
SCREW,MACHINE:M2X3MM,PHL, PNH, STL NI PL
0KB01
0310248-- 0
4
SCREW,MACHINE:M2X2MM,PHL, PNH, STL NI PL
(MTM300)
0KB01
211-1070-00
4
SCREW,MACHINE:M2X3MM,PHL, PNH, STL NI PL
0KB01
0310248-- 0
4
SCREW,MACHINE:M2X2MM,PHL, PNH, STL NI PL
(MTM301)
0KB01
211-1070-00
10
348-- 1432-- 00
1
FOOT:6.5MM W X 43.50MM L,2MM THK, RUBBER,
BLACK,INSTRUMENT SUPPORT
TK2411
348-- 1432-- 00
11
671-- 4377-- 00
1
CIRCUIT BD ASSY:CD ROM INTERFACE,
389-- 2561-- 00 WIRED
80009
671-- 4377-- 00
12
119-- 5728-- 00
1
DISK DRIVE:OPTICAL,644MB,CD-- ROM,16.7
MB/SEC,IDE/ATAPI
50356
CD-- 224E-- 903
1
DISK DRIVE:OPTICAL,644MB,CD-- ROM,16.7
MB/SEC,IDE/ATAPI
50356
CD-- 224E-- B94
119-- 5728-- 01
Jan. 2001
Jan. 2001
13
119-- 6106-- 00
1
DISK DRIVE:FLOPPY,3.5INCH,1.44 MB,0.5 IN HIGH,
BLACK BEZEL,DDDS,96 X 126 X 12.7MM,
FD-- 05HF563
TK2250
FD-- 05HF5630
14
407-- 4495-- 00
1
BRACKET:KEYPAD MTG,0.050 ALUMINUM,ALLOY
5052 H34
TK1943
407-- 4495-- 00
15
671-- 4125-- 01
1
CIRCUIT BD ASSY:KEYPAD,TESTED,389-- 2407-- 00
WIRED
80009
671-- 4125-- 01
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Fig. &
index
number
Tektronix
part number
16
260-- 2691-- 00
17
614-- 0943-- 01
614-- 0943-- 02
Serial no.
effective
Serial no.
discont’d
B010150
B010151
Qty
Name & description
Mfr. code
Mfr. part number
1
SWITCH,KEYPAD:ELASTOMEC,TV GRAY &
TRANSLUCENT,RESISTANCE>1000OHMS
TK2376
260-- 2691-- 00
1
KEYPAD ASSY:ALPHANUMERIC
80009
614-- 0943-- 01
KEYPAD ASSY:ALPHANUMERIC
80009
614-- 0943-- 02
1
614-0977-01
KEYPAD ASSY: BLANK
18
366-- 0790-- 00
1
KNOB:TV GRAY,0.920 ID X 0.9250 OD X 0.4750
H,PC/ABS BAYBLEND FR110
TK1163
366-- 0790-- 00
19
200-- 4384-- 00
1
BEZEL:PC ABS,9 X 17 X 1.50
TK2385
MTM300 FRONT
TRIM,HOUSING
20
101-- 0156-- 00
1
TRIM:INSERT,PC/ABS,8.7L X 6.6W,TV GRAY
TK6181
101-- 0156-- 00
21
334-- 9582-- 00
1
MARKER,IDENT:LABEL,POWER BUTTON,2.000 X
0.735
0KB05
334-- 9582-- 00
22
352-- 1068-- 00
2
LENS,LIGHT:CLEAR,ACRYLIC,LIGHT PIPE,1.729 X
0.140
7X318
352-- 1068-- 00
23
366-- 0791-- 00
1
KEYCAP:POWER,0.2X0.4X1.326,POLYCARBONATE
7X318
366-- 0791-- 00
24
650-- 3761-- 00
1
DISPLAY ASSY:SAFETY CONTROLLED
80009
650-- 3761-- 00
25
119-- 5632-- 00
1
TOUCH SCREEN: TOUCH PANEL ASSEMBLY,
8-- WIRE, ANALOG RESISTIVE, FOR 10.4 INCH
DISPLAY, DYNACLEAR-- 8
6874
9504 REV E
26
407-- 4515-- 01
1
BRACKET; HARD DRIVE MTG, 0.050THK, AL, ALLOY
5052 H32
27
211-- 0895-- 00
2
SCREW,MACH:M2.6 X 0.45 X 8MM,PHILLIPS,
PNH,ZINC YELLOW
0KB01
211-- 0895-- 00
28
671-- 4952-- 00
1
CIRCUIT BD ASSY:INTERFACE,TESTED,
389-- 2955-- 00 WIRED
80009
671-- 4952-- 00
29
119-- 5695-- 00
2
FAN, DC; TUBEAXIAL; 12 V, 3.24W, 2300 RPM, 83
CFM, 119MM X 38MM, 35 DBA, W/2 PIN CONNECTOR, SAFETY CONTROLLED
58500
FBA12G92M9A
30
407-- 4700-- 00
1
BRACKET ASSY:FAN MOUNTING
TK1943
407-- 4700-- 00
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1
30
2
3
29
4
28
24
23
4
25
26
27
22
5
6
1
1
21
18
17
7
16
15
8
14
9
13
19
10
12
11
20
Figure 10- 2: Front- panel parts, Backplane board, and disk drives
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Fig. &
index
number
Tektronix
part number
Serial no.
effective
Serial no.
discont’d
Qty
Name & description
Mfr. code
Mfr. part number
10-3
1
211-- 0722-- 00
122
SCREW,MACHINE:6-- 32 X 0.250,PNH, STL, CDPL,
T-- 15 TORX DR
0KB01
ORDER BY
DESCRIPTION
2
174-- 4240-- 00
1
CA ASSY:RIBBON,IDC,28AWG,4.450L,BOX,FEMALE,
RTANG,50POS,2MM CTR CONN
060D9
174-- 4240-- 00
3
174-- 4262-- 00
1
CA ASSY:RIBBON,SCSI LED,26 AWG,6.500L,2X
BERG P/N 65039-- 35
060D9
174-- 4262-- 00
4
174-- 4229-- 00
1
CABLE ASSEMBLY:PARALLEL PORT,2.500 INCHES
060D9
174-- 4229-- 00
5
174-- 4226-- 00
1
CABLE ASSEMBLY:LPT PARALLEL PORT,2 X 13,2.50
INCHES
060D9
174-- 4226-- 00
6
174-- 4227-- 00
1
CABLE ASSEMBLY:FLOPPY,2 X 17,2.500 INCHES
060D9
174-- 4227-- 00
7
174-- 4225-- 00
2
CABLE ASSEMBLY:KEYBOARD/MOUSE,COM1,2 X
5,3.850 INCHES
060D9
174-- 4225-- 00
8
174-- 4261-- 00
1
CA ASSY:SCSI CONTROL,SCSI 68POS MALE X
3,SCSI 68 POS FEMALE PANEL MOUNT
060D9
174-- 4261-- 00
9
174-- 4260-- 00
1
CA ASSY:DISCRETE,SCSI POWER,16AWG,19.5L,2
DRIVE VERSION
060D9
174-- 4260-- 00
10
407-- 4710-- 00
1
BRACKET:SCSI DRIVE MTG,15.580 X 10.250,0.062
AL,CHROMATE
TK1943
407-- 4710-- 00
11
119-- 6361-- 00
1
DISK DRIVE:PRGM 119-- 6175-- 00,WINCHESTER,3.5
INCH,9 GBYTE,SCSI,25L1810
(MTM300)
80009
119-- 6361-00
1
DISK DRIVE:PRGM 119-- 6175-- 00,WINCHESTER,3.5
INCH,9 GBYTE,SCSI,25L1810
(MTM300)
80009
119-- 6361-01
1
DISK DRIVE:PRGM 119-- 6175-- 00,WINCHESTER,3.5
INCH,9 GBYTE,SCSI,25L1810
(MTM301)
80009
119-- 6361-00
1
DISK DRIVE:PRGM 119-- 6175-- 00,WINCHESTER,3.5
INCH,9 GBYTE,SCSI,25L1810
(MTM301)
80009
119-- 6361-01
119-- 6361-- 01
B020236
B020237
119-- 6361-- 00
119-- 6361-- 01
B020238
B020239
12
174-- 3786-- 00
1
CA ASSY,SP,ELEC:HIGH DENSITY,FLOPPY DRIVE,
ZIF,26,0.039 CTR,TIN PLATED END
060D9
174-- 3786-- 00
13
174-- 4223-- 00
1
CABLE ASSEMBLY:FRONT PANEL INTERFACE,2 X
50,15.0 INCHES
060D9
174-- 4223-- 00
14
174-- 3814-- 00
1
CA ASSY,SP,ELEC:RIBBON,IDC,4,26-- 30 AWG,15.0
L,(FEMALE,STR,2 X 2,0.079 CTR (2MM),BERG
69307-- 004)
060D9
174-- 3814-- 00
15
174-- 3787-- 00
1
CA ASSY,SP,ELEC:RIBBON, DISPLAY ADAPTOR
BOARD,FLX,50,28AWG,6.5 L,(RCPT,2 X 50, FEMALE,
STR,0.079 C
060D9
174-- 3787-- 00
16
174-- 3789-- 00
1
CA ASSY,SP,ELEC:RIBBON,FRT PNL POWER,
IDC,30,28AWG,PVC,3 FOLDS (2.25 L, 8.5 L,5.5L,
2.5L)
060D9
174-- 3789-- 00
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Fig. &
index
number
Tektronix
part number
17
18
10- 10
Serial no.
effective
Serial no.
discont’d
Qty
Name & description
Mfr. code
Mfr. part number
174-- 4237-- 00
1
CA ASSY:SP,BR,RIBBON,USB/SPEAKER,26 AWG,1 X
6 0.1 CTR X 2 - 1 X 4 0 .1 CTR
060D9
174-- 4237-- 00
174-- 4224-- 00
1
CABLE ASSEMBLY:PIO TO CD ROM,11.200 X 10.400
X 6.800 X 2.850
060D9
174-- 4224-- 00
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2
1
4
3
5
18
6
7
17
16
1
15
14
1
12
11
13
10
8
1
9
Figure 10- 3: Cables
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Fig. &
index
number
Tektronix
part number
Serial no.
effective
Serial no.
discont’d
Qty
Name & description
Mfr. code
Mfr. part number
10-4
1
200-- 4408-- 00
1
COVER:PROTECTIVE,0.125 ABS,BLACK,HAIRCELL
TEXTURED GSE,W/ADHESIVE FOAM
TK2480
200-- 4408-- 00
2
348-- 1154-- 01
4
FOOT,CABINET:POLYCARBONATE,LEXAN940,
EARTH BROWN
80009
348-- 1154-- 01
3
211-- 0738-- 00
4
SCREW,MACHINE:6-- 32 X 0.625,PNH,STL BLK
ZI,TORX
93907
ORDER BY
DESCRIPTION
4
367-- 0477-- 00
1
HANDLE,CARRYING:DUAL DUROMETER MOLDED
HANDLE, POLYPROPYLENE HANDLE VINYL GRIP
SECTION
12136
PT 3170
5
212-- 0213-- 00
2
SCREW,MACHINE:8-- 32 X 0.75 L,PNH,STL, BLACK
OXIDE PL,TORX
0KB01
212-- 0213-- 00
6
161-- 0066-- 00
1
CA ASSY,PWR:3,18 AWG,250V/10A,98 IN,STR, RCPT
X NEMA 5-- 15P,IEC320,US,SAFTEY CONTROLLED
0B445
ECM-- 161-- 0066-- 00
7
390-- 1176-- 00
1
CABINET,WRAPAROUND:WITH HANDLE AND
FEET, 0.050 ALUMINUM,SAFETY CONTROLLED
TK1943
390-- 1176-- 00
8
348-- 1515-- 00
1
CABINET FEET: BLACK, GLASS-FIBRE REINFORCED PLASTIC, SET OF 4
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2
3
1
4
5
6
8
7
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Fig. &
index
number
Tektronix
part number
Serial no.
effective
Serial no.
discont’d
Qty
Name & description
Mfr. code
Mfr. part number
9Z609
PCI-- PDIS016
MTM300 Series Additional Replaceable Parts
039-- 0080-- 00
1
OEM BOARDS:PCI RELAY,16 CHANNEL, 50-PIN,
CYPDISO 16P
MTM300 Series Standard Accessories
011-- 0175-- 00
1
TERMINATOR:SCSI III, SINGLE ENDED, ACTIVE,
SHIELDED, 68 POS, MALE, 0.05 CTR,
W/JACKSCREWS
TK0AT
869516-- 1
016-- 1691-- 00
1
RACKMOUNT KIT:W/075-0372-00 INSTRUCTIONS
5Y400
016169100
063-- 2971-- 00
1
SOFTWARE PKG:WINDOWS NT EMERGENCY
REPAIR DISK,BLANK,3.5 HD DISKETTE
TK2548
063-- 2971-- 00
Oct. 2000
1
SOFTWARE PKG:APPLICATION,CD,V1.0,MTM300
SERIES
TK2548
063-- 3257-- 00
063-- 3257-- 00
063-- 3442-- 00
Oct. 2000
Sept. 2001
1
SOFTWARE PKG:APPLICATION,CD,V2.0,MTM300
SERIES
TK2548
063-- 3442-- 00
063-- 3442-- 01
Sept. 2001
Dec. 2001
1
SOFTWARE PKG:APPLICATION,CD,V2.0,MTM300
SERIES
TK2548
063-- 3442-- 01
063-- 3442-- 02
Dec. 2001
1
SOFTWARE PKG:APPLICATION,CD,V2.1,MTM300
SERIES
TK2548
063-- 3442-- 02
071-- 0597-- 00
Jul. 2000
1
MANUAL,TECH:USER, MTM300 SERIES
TK2548
071-- 0597-- 00
071-- 0597-- 01
Jul. 2000
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063-- 3553-- 00
June 2001
July 2001
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SOFTWARE PKG:NT V4.0 KIT
TK2172
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1
SOFTWARE PKG:OPERATING SYSTEM
RECOVERY,CD,MTM300 SERIES
TK2548
063-- 3386-- 00
1
LICENSE:CERTIFICATE AUTHENICITY FOR
MICROSOFT NT 4.0,10 LICENSE PACK
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1-- 0001039707
MTM300 Series Optional Accessories
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TK2548
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161-0066-09
1
CA ASSY,PWR:3,0.75MM SQ,250V/10A,99
INCH,STR,IEC320,RCPT,EUROPEAN
(EUROPEAN OPTION A1 ONLY)
2W733
ORDER BY DESCR
161-0066-10
1
CA ASSY,PWR:3,0.1MM SQ,250V/10A,2.5 METER,STR, IEC320,RCPT X 13A,FUSED UK PLUG(13A
FUSE),UNIT
(UNITED KINGDOM OPTION A2 ONLY)
TK2541
ORDER BY DESCR
161-0066-11
1
CA ASSY,PWR:3,1.0MM SQ,250V/10A,2.5 METER,STR, IEC320,RCPT,AUSTRALIA
(AUSTRALIA OPTION A3 ONLY)
80126
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Replaceable Mechanical Parts List
Replaceable parts list (cont.)
Fig. &
index
number
Tektronix
part number
161-0154-00
Serial no.
effective
Serial no.
discont’d
Qty
Name & description
Mfr. code
Mfr. part number
1
CA ASSY,PWR:3,1.0MM SQ,250V/10A,2.5 METER,STR, IEC320,RCPT,SWISS
(SWISS OPTION A5 ONLY)
5F520
86515030
MTM300 Series Option VK Accessories
118-- 9402-- 00
1
KEYBOARD ASSY:83 KEY NOTEBOOK KEYBOARD,
IBM AT OR PS/2 COMPATIBLE,GRAY
01963
684-- 4100PAU
119-- 4330-- 02
1
POINTER ASSY:MOUSE,400 DP MOUSE,LOGITECH,
SAD35-- 6MD
46628
850448-- 0001
119-- 6340-- 00
1
DISPLAY,MONITOR:17 IN,COLOR,MULTI-- SCAN,
30-- 97KHZ,1600 X 1200 MAX RESOLUTION,0.25MM
APERTURE GRIL
TK2383
TX-- D7S55
MTM300 Series Option LC Accessories
118-- 9402-- 00
1
KEYBOARD ASSY:83 KEY NOTEBOOK KEYBOARD,
IBM AT OR PS/2 COMPATIBLE,GRAY
01963
684-- 4100PAU
119-- 4330-- 02
1
POINTER ASSY:MOUSE,400 DPI
MOUSE,LOGITECH,SAD35-- 6MD
46628
850448-- 0001
119-- 6107-- 00
2
STYLUS:FOR TOUCH SCREEN
03ZT7
T1100
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MTM300 Series Version 1.0
There are three parts to this section:
H
Creating and Using an Emergency Repair Disk
H
Minimum Software Installation Requirements
H
Software Installation
Creating and Using an Emergency Repair Disk
An emergency repair disk, specific to the system, is supplied with each Tektronix
MPEG Test System. Whenever you upgrade the software or change your
password, it is strongly recommended that you also create a new emergency
repair disk. Be sure to update the emergency repair disk each time you add a user
or change a password. This will minimize the chances that you will need to
completely reload the operating software for a minor problem.
Use the emergency repair disk to restore your system to its initial setup state if
your system files become corrupt and you are unable to recover the previous
startup configuration (Last Known Good — the Windows NT startup screen
option). If you don’t have the emergency repair disk, you will have to reinstall
Windows NT. Please see the Windows NT System Guide, provided with your
back-up copy of Windows NT, for the procedure required to restore your system.
You can also use the emergency repair disk to restore user passwords if they are
forgotten.
CAUTION. The files on the Emergency Repair Disk are test system-specific; the
disk shipped with your test system is the ONLY disk that will work with your
system.
Make sure that the emergency repair disk is clearly marked with its serial
number.
Do not lose this disk. If you lose the Emergency Repair Disk provided with your
test system, create a new one as described below.
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Creating an
Emergency Repair Disk
To create an emergency repair disk, clearly mark a high density 3.5-inch disk as
the emergency repair disk for your test system, serial number <B0xxxxx> (be
sure to write the serial number exactly as it appears on the rear panel); then
perform the following steps.
NOTE. The emergency repair disk is test system specific.
1. Choose Run from the Windows NT Start menu.
2. Type rdisk in the Run dialog box. The Repair Disk Utility dialog box
opens.
3. Click Update Repair Info to save your current configuration. A message
appears to remind you that earlier repair information is overwritten. Click
Yes to continue.
4. When the process is complete, a message appears to ask if you wish to create
an Emergency Repair Disk. Click Yes. You are then prompted to insert a
diskette into drive A.
5. Insert a 3.5-inch disk in drive A and click OK. Rdisk formats the disk and
copies the configuration files onto it.
6. When the operation is complete, click Exit in the Repair Disk Utility dialog
box. Remove the disk from drive A and keep it in a safe place.
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Using the Emergency
Repair Disk
Always refer to the Windows NT documentation if you need more information.
1. Verify that you have a source of setup information available (the Windows NT back up software package).
2. Insert the Windows NT Setup disk.
3. Restart the Test System.
4. When the Windows NT Setup Screen appears, press R (repair).
5. When prompted, insert the emergency repair disk.
6. The emergency repair disk performs the following tasks:
H
Runs CHKDSK.EXE on the WINNT and SYSTEM partitions.
H
Verifies each file in the installation and replaces any that are missing or
corrupt.
H
Replaces the System, Security, and Security Accounts Manager hives in
the registry.
H
Reinstalls the Boot Loader (for instance, the boot sector and BOOT.INI,
among others).
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Minimum Software Installation Requirements
This section describes the minimum requirements for each MTM300 Series
software installation type.
MTM300 Series MPEG
Transport Monitor
MTM300 Series Network
Management Software
Remote Monitoring
Desktop
HP OpenView Network
Node Manager
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To reinstall the software onto a transport monitor, use the original hardware and
software configuration of the transport monitor.
H
Windows NT 4.0 with Service Pack 5 (or above) installed
H
150 MB free disk space
H
400 MHz Pentium II processor
H
128 MB RAM
H
Software key (shipped with the purchase of the network management
software)
H
Ethernet network adapter card (10BASE-T minimum)
H
SNMP service installed
H
Parallel port
H
Windows NT 4.0 with Service Pack 5 (or above) installed
H
150 MB free disk space
H
200 MHz Pentium processor
H
64 MB RAM
H
Ethernet network adapter card (10BASE-T minimum)
H
Windows NT 4.0 with Service Pack 5 (or above) installed
H
150 MB free disk space
H
HP OpenView Network Node Manager, version 5.02 or later installed
H
Minimum requirements for HP OpenView Network Node Manager
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Software Installation
One common prerequisite for each installation type is Windows NT Service
Pack 5 (or above). Instructions for installing the service pack are included in this
section, as are special instructions for installing the MTM300 Series software.
For instructions on rebuilding a transport monitor hard drive, see Restoring the
MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitor Operating System and Drivers on
page A--13.
Installing Windows NT
Service Pack
All MTM300 Series software requires Windows NT Service Pack 5 (or above).
1. Insert the MTM300 Installation Software disc into CD-ROM drive.
2. Click the Start button, and then select Run.
3. Enter the following text in the Run dialog box, and then click OK.
D:\ServicePack5\sp5I386.exe
where D is the letter designator of your CD-ROM drive.
4. Follow the instructions provided during the installation of the service pack,
clicking Next to display each successive step.
5. During the installation process, if you are prompted to overwrite existing
files select No.
6. Remove the disc from the CD-ROM drive and restart Windows NT when
installation is complete.
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Installing the MTM300
Series Software
This section describes how to install the MTM300 Series software into the
environments listed in Minimum Software Installation Requirements on
page A--4. The procedure is basically the same for each installation type.
Variations are discussed in the installation procedure.
NOTE. If you are installing the MTM300 Series Network Management Software,
you need to install the Software protection key before starting the software
installation. Ensure that the software key (shown in Figure A--1) is installed onto
the printer parallel port of the workstation on which the software is being
installed. Also, make sure that you have the General License Password document
available. You will be asked to enter the password from this document after you
complete the software installation procedure.
To printer
parallel port
Figure A- 1: Software protection key
Uninstalling existing MTM300 Series software. If you are reinstalling the MTM300
Series software, uninstall the current software using the following technique:
1. Exit all open applications.
2. Select Uninstall MTM300 from the Tektronix MPEG Transport Monitor to
remove existing MTM300 Series application files.
3. Click Yes in the Confirm File Deletion message box. Also, click OK if you
are notified that SNMP is being stopped.
4. Click OK when the software files have been removed.
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NOTE. Some of the steps in this procedure are specific to one software installation type. Disregard steps that are not appropriate for your installation (for
instance, if you are installing the remote monitoring desktop, disregard the
discussions of the software key). The procedure indicates which steps are specific
to a particular installation type.
Installing the MTM300 Series application files.
1. Log on to your NT workstation as Administrator.
2. Right-click the My Computer icon on your Windows NT desktop, and then
select Explore from the submenu. In the Exploring window, select the icon
that represents the disk drive on which you will install the software (usually
drive C:).
3. Check the status bar at the bottom of the Exploring window to verify that the
target disk has at least 150 MB of free space. You cannot install the software
on a disk that has less than 150 MB of free space.
Status bar
Free space
Figure A- 2: Check free disk space
4. Insert the MTM 300 Series Installation Software disc into the CD-ROM
drive.
5. Click the Start button, and then select Run.
6. Enter the following text in the Run dialog box, and then click OK.
D:\Setup.exe, where D is the letter designator of your CD-ROM drive.
7. Click Next after you review the copyright and licensing agreement.
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The Tektronix MPEG Transport Monitor Setup window appears with the
Setup Type dialog box displayed. In Figure A--3, the Remote Monitoring
Desktop is selected.
Figure A- 3: Setup type dialog box
CAUTION. Make sure that you select the appropriate installation type. The
default is MPEG Transport Monitor. Each installation type installs a different
combination of application files into the directories specified later, and makes
different changes to the Windows NT registry.
8. Select the type of installation appropriate for your environment, and then
click Next (the MPEG Transport Monitor is the default):
H
HP Openview NNM plugin
This option allows you to install the Master client plugin to integrate
your transport monitor into HP OpenView NNM network management
environments.
H
MPEG Transport Monitor
This option allows you to install all of the application with which to
monitor up to eight transport streams. Only select this option if you are
reinstalling the software onto an MTM300 Series MPEG Transport
Monitor.
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Network Management Software
This option allows you to install all of the application with which to
monitor up to 40 transport streams. Ensure that the software key is
installed on your workstation before proceeding with this installation.
H
Remote monitoring desktop
This option allows you to install the Master client from which you can
connect to a Server Manager running on a remote transport monitor or
network management station.
NOTE. It is strongly recommended that you use the default destination folder:
C:\MTM300.
9. Select the destination directory and click Next.
NOTE. Steps 10 through 16 apply only to MPEG Transport Monitor installations.
For other types of installations, proceed at step 17 on page A--10.
10. After some required files are copied, you will need to reboot the host
machine. You need to reboot to continue with the installation, so click OK at
the prompt shown in Figure A--4. (Leave the disc in the CD-ROM drive. If
you are installing the software over a network, you may need to restart
Setup.exe after you log in again to complete the installation.)
Figure A- 4: Interim reboot message
The installation software will shut down Windows NT and restart it. You
will need to logon as Administrator, as you did in step 1. While you are
waiting for the transport monitor to restart, check your configuration of
inputs (how many inputs and which slots are used). You will need to provide
this information during phase two of the installation procedure.
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11. After you have logged back on to Windows NT, and the second phase of the
installation has begun, click Next (accepting the defaults) at the Setup Type,
Welcome, Select Program Folder, and Selection Summary screens.
The setup program begins installing the software and related program files.
The activity and progress gauges appear at first to show that installation is
progressing.
12. When asked if you want to use Auto Logon capabilities, click Yes. You must
use this feature for transport monitors without a local user interface.
13. Enter the auto logon user name and password: Administrator and MPEG2
and then click OK. See Figure A--5.
Figure A- 5: Auto logon
14. Click OK at the registry updated message.
15. At the Number of TS Input Option screen, select the number and configuration of inputs option that accurately describes your transport monitor
configuration, and then click Next.
16. An MSDOS window appears indicating that DSP files are being loaded. At
times while this window is displayed, you may not see any activity (this can
last up to two minutes).
CAUTION. Do not close this window until you are prompted to do so from the
DOS window
During a normal setup, two empty program group windows are displayed
after the program files have been copied to your disk drive. Proceed at
step 20 on page A--11.
17. Click Next in the Select Program Folder window to accept the default folder
name (Tektronix MPEG Transport Monitor) and continue.
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18. Review the Destination Directory, Selection, and Start Menu Folder
selections in the Selection Summary window. If the selections are incorrect,
click Back and change the information as needed. Once the information is
correct, click Next to proceed with installation.
The setup program begins installing the software and related sample files.
The activity and progress gauges appear at first to show that installation is
progressing.
During a normal setup, two empty program group windows are displayed
after the program files have been copied to your disk drive.
NOTE. The following step applies only to Network Management Station
installations. For other types of installations, proceed at step 20.
19. If you are installing the network management software, shortly after the
program group windows appear, a message reminds you to verify that the
software key is installed. Ensure that the software key is installed on the
parallel printer port of your computer, and then click OK.
20. If you are prompted with a message about CORBA support, click Yes to
install CORBA support or click No to continue with the normal installation.
This message is displayed only when the Visibroker daemon is detected, and
does not affect installation in any other way. If you select yes, the communication protocol for the Master client and/or Server Manager will be based
on CORBA.
21. When the program group windows are populated with icons, dismiss them,
and then click Finish in the Setup Complete window to complete the
installation. (You can choose to view the Read Me file now, or later. It is
installed in C:\MTM300\Bin.)
22. If you choose to view the Read Me file, a Notepad window opens. Read this
file for important information, and then exit Notepad.
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23. Another Setup Complete window opens. Accept the Yes, I want to restart my
computer now option, remove the MTM300 Installation Software disc from
the CD-ROM drive, and click Finish to complete setup and restart the
system.
NOTE. You need to restart your computer before you enter the license password
in the next procedure or before you can use the software.
24. When prompted, log on as any user.
The software is now installed. If you are installing network management
software, perform the procedure in Entering the General License Password.
Entering the General
License Password
Perform the remaining steps to enter the general license password.
1. Double-click the License Manager icon in the Tektronix MPEG Test
System window to start the application. The Tektronix Software Protection
window appears.
2. Consult the password document supplied with your MTM300 Series
Network Management Software and identify the General password.
3. Enter the three 6-character hexadecimal numbers of the password in the
corresponding Tektronix Software Protection window entry fields
(lowercase characters are acceptable) and then click OK. A License message
window appears.
4. If the password is correct, click OK to acknowledge the message. If you
made an error entering the password, click OK and return to step 2.
After you enter the correct password, the installation of the network management
software is complete.
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Restoring the MTM300 Series MPEG Transport Monitor Operating System and
Drivers
NOTE. This procedure applies only to MTM300 Series Version 1.0 with the
original Windows NT Version 4.0 CD.
If you need to replace the transport monitor hard disk, you will need to restore
the operating system as outlined below. Each of these steps is described in detail
later in this section.
1. Verify Jumper Settings
2. Verify BIOS Settings
3. SCSI controller settings
4. Install Windows NT on the hard disk
5. Install other applications on the hard disk (part 1)
6. Install NT Service Pack 5 (or the latest version on your application CD).
7. Install other applications on the hard disk (part 2)
8. Miscellaneous setup
9. Clean-up and Shutdown
The following software components are installed in the platform:
H
Microsoft Windows NT 4.0
H
Network SNMP service
H
Network TCP/IP printing service
H
Network Netbeui protocol
H
ES1869 Sound Driver
H
Chip and Technology 69000 display driver (v 1.2.9)
H
Soft Power off
H
Service pack 5 or above
H
Intel EtherExpress PRO/100B PCI Adapter Driver (Release 1.09)
H
CyberResearch Relay Board
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Verify BIOS Settings
You need to check the transport monitor BIOS settings and change them if
necessary.
1. Power on the transport monitor, and press F2 to display the BIOS setup
menu.
2. Verify that all settings match the screens in Figures A--6 through A--16.
Figure A- 6: System summary
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Figure A- 7: System setup settings
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Figure A- 8: Primary hard drive settings
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Figure A- 9: Boot options settings
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Figure A- 10: BIOS Options settings
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Figure A- 11: Onboard peripheral settings
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Figure A- 12: Onboard peripheral settings alternate
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Figure A- 13: PCI settings
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Figure A- 14: PNP exclusions settings
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Figure A- 15: Cache settings
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Figure A- 16: Chipset settings
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Install Windows NT
Use the following procedure to install Windows NT on the hard disk.
1. Insert the CD labeled Microsoft Windows NT Workstation Version 4.0
into the CD-ROM drive.
2. Insert the disk labeled Microsoft Windows NT Workstation Setup Disk 1
Version 4.0 into drive A.
3. Power on the system. The system will boot up from drive A and start WinNT
installation.
4. Select default setting and insert Microsoft Windows NT Workstation
Setup Disk 2 Version 4.0 when prompted.
5. Select the default setting and insert Microsoft Windows NT Workstation
Setup Disk 3 Version 4.0 when prompted.
H
The installer will find the following mass storage devices:
H
IDE CD-ROM (ATAPI 1.2) / PCI IDE Controller
H
Adaptec AHA-294X/AHA-394X/AIC-78XX scsi controller
6. Delete any partition that it finds in the system hard disk and create a partition
and format it with, at most, 4000 Mbyte and select the NTFS file system.
7. Set Machine Name to: MTM300.
8. Set the Password to: MPEG2.
9. Install network setup, manually select Intel EtherExpress PRO/100B PCI
Adapter.
10. When prompted to choose to use DHCP select No.
11. Set the IP Address to 1.1.1.1.
Set Date and Time
If you are performing this procedure on a system on which the real-time clock
has already been set, then this step may not be necessary, but check the date and
time just to make sure. The end user will be asked to set the time and date on
their mainframe the first time they boot Windows NT. The reason that the time
and date is set here is to make sure that there is a reasonable time and date
associated with the files about to be installed.
To set the date and time:
1. Open My Computer, then Control Panel, and finally, Date and Time.
2. Enter the Time and Date in the respective fields.
3. Click OK to close the window when done.
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Install Miscellaneous NT
Services and Protocols
This procedure installs SNMP Service, TCP/IP Printing and NetBEUI services.
1. Insert the CD labeled Microsoft Windows NT Workstation Version 4.0
into CD-ROM drive.
2. Open My Computer>Control Panel>Network.
3. Select the Services tab.
4. Click the button labeled Add....
5. Select the SNMP service from the list, then click OK.
6. Click the button labeled Add....
7. Select the Microsoft TCP/IP Printing from the list, then click Ok.
8. Select the Protocols tab.
9. Click the button labeled Add....
10. Select the NetBEUI from the list, then click the OK.
11. Reboot the system.
Installing Additional
Applications (Part 1)
In this step, you will add driver updates and applications to the hard disk.
Installing Sound Chip Driver. In this section you will install the ESS Technology
ES1869 Sound Chip Driver.
1. Insert the CD label MTM300 Installation software into the CD-ROM
drive.
2. In Control Panel, select Multimedia.
3. In Device tab, select Audio Devices and click the Add button.
4. Select Unlisted or Updated Driver.
5. Specify the D:\Drivers\Sound directory for the driver location.
6. Restart system when prompted.
Installing the Display Driver. In this section you will install the Chips &
Technology 69000 Display Driver.
1. Open My Computer>Control Panel>Display.
2. Select the Settings tab.
3. Click the button labeled Display Type....
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4. Click the button labeled Change....
5. Click the button labeled Have Disk....
6. Specify the D:\Drivers\Video\WINNT_4.0 directory for the driver location.
7. After the disk is scanned, it will find the driver for C&T 69000 PCI adapter
and installs the driver.
8. Reboot the system.
Set the Display Settings. In this section you setup the display settings.
1. Open My Computer>Control Panel>Display.
2. Select the Settings tab.
3. Set Screen Area to 800 by 600 pixels and Colors to 16777216 colors.
Installing Soft Power Off Driver. Perform the following procedure to install the soft
power off feature.
1. Open an MS-DOS window.
2. Change directories to D:\drivers\SoftPowerOff.
3. Run the following commands:
regini jamsrv.ini
copy jamsrv.exe \winnt\system32
regini jamshut.ini
copy jamshut.sys \winnt\system32\drivers
4. Reboot the system.
Install NT Service Pack
Use the following procedure to install NT Service Pack 5 or above.
1. Insert the CD labeled MTM300 Installation software into the CD-ROM
drive.
2. Select Start>Run and type:
D:\ServicePack5\sp5I386.exe
and then click OK.
3. Reboot the system when the installation is completed.
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Installing Additional
Applications (Part 2)
In this part, you will install additional drivers and applications to the hard disk.
Installing the Relay Board Driver. In this section you will install the CyberResearch Relay board driver.
1. Insert the CD labeled MTM300 Installation software into the CD-ROM
drive.
2. Select Start>Run and type:
D:\Drivers\TouchScreen\-tnsetup.exe
and then click OK.
Installing the Ethernet Board Driver. In this section you will install the Intel
EtherExpress PRO/100B PCI Adapter board driver.
1. Copy the D:\drivers\Ethernet directory to C:\Temp
2. Open My Computer, then Control Panel, and finally Network.
3. Select the Adapter tab and click the button labeled Update.
4. Specify the C:\Temp\Ethernet directory for the driver location.
5. After the driver is installed, reboot the system.
Installing the Touchscreen Driver. In this section you will install the Touch-Base
SC3 Touch Screen driver (Instrument with LCD only).
1. Insert the CD labeled MTM300 Installation software into the CD-ROM
drive.
2. From the Start menu, type:
D:\drivers\TouchScreen\-tnsetup.exe
and click OK.
3. Select touch screen type: DynaPro - Serial, SC3
4. Click Next to continue.
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5. Select the following communication port settings in the Hardware Controls
(Serial) dialog box:
H
Com Port:
COM 3
H
Address:
3E8
H
IRQ:
4
H
Baud Rate:
2400
H
Parity
None
H
Data Bits:
8
H
Stop bits
1
6. Reboot the system.
7. From the Start menu, select Programs>Touch>TouchScreen Control.
8. Click the Calibration button to begin touchscreen calibration.
9. Follow the on-screen instructions to calibrate the touchscreen.
10. Click the User controls button to remove sound.
11. Uncheck Sound check box.
Miscellaneous Setup
In this section you will set several miscellaneous settings
Event Viewer
1. From Start menu, select Programs>Administrative tools>Event Viewer.
2. Select Log settings from the Event Viewer Log Menu.
3. For Application, System and Security logs, select Overwrite events as
needed.
4. For Application log, set Maximum Log Size to 20032 Kbytes.
5. Exit the Event Viewer.
Set Explorer Options. In this section you will set the Disk Explorer display
option.
1. Open Explorer.
2. Select Options under View.
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3. Select Show all files and deselect Hide file extensions for known file
types.
Set Boot Initialization. In this section you will set the BOOT initialization
countdown.
1. Open the C:\boot.ini file with a text editor.
2. Set timeout value to 3 seconds.
3. Save the file and exit the text editor.
Set the Disk Volume Set Extension.
1. From the Start menu, select Programs>Administrative tools>Disk
Administrator.
2. Select both partitions of the hard drive by pressing CTRL while selecting.
3. On the Partition menu, click Extend Volume Set.
The Disk Administrator displays the minimum and maximum sizes for the
volume set.
4. Type in the maximum size and click OK.
5. Exit the Disk administrator and reboot the system.
Cleanup and Shutdown
Undo any temporary changes you made while configuring the hard disk so that
the changes will not be carried over to the end user’s system.
Do the following:
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Undo any changes to the View options in My Computer.
H
Close all windows and processes.
H
Delete the contents of the C:\TEMP directory.
H
Empty the Recycle Bin as the last step before shutdown.
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