ADTRAN | 3000 NTU-8 | 6540 SHDSL 2w4w NTU, AC Powered

6540 SHDSL 2w4w NTU, AC Powered
61230001L1-22A
0406
Nx64K
X.21
100-240VAC 50/60Hz 100mA
V.35/V.36
SHDSL
G.703
CONTROL V.28
Express 6500 Series
6540 Rear Panel
6540 Front Panel
DESCRIPTION
LED Indicator Functionality
The ADTRAN® 6540 SHDSL 2w4w NTU (P/N 1230001L1) functions as an interface between the
SHDSL network and the Data Terminal Equipment for applications such as LAN-to-LAN bridging,
Frame Relay circuit, and PABX termination. The NTU operates in two different system configurations:
LED
SHDSL
♦ as a remote unit to the ADTRAN Total Access® 3000 multiservice platform
♦ in pairs in a point-to-point limited distance campus configuration, with one NTU configured to “LT”
mode
G.703
FEATURES
RTS/C
The 6540 SHDSL 2w4w NTU is housed in a stand-alone plastic case having the features listed below:
♦ four recessed pushbuttons, on the front panel, described in the table below
♦ eight LED indicators, on the front panel, described in the table below
♦ SHDSL, G.703 and/or Nx64K ports, local management port, and local power AC connection on the
rear panel
Nx64K
RLSD/I
Pushbutton Functionality
Pushbutton
PORT SELECT
Description
Pressing the SELECT button will sequentially select active ports in the following order: Nx64k
port, G.703 port, SHDSL port, and then cycle back to “No Port.”
LOCAL LOOP/ If a port is selected, and a BERT (Bit Error Rate Test) is not in progress, then pressing the
ERR INJ
button will initiate/terminate a local loop on the selected port. If a BERT is in progress, then
pressing the button injects a single bit error.
REMOTE LOOP If the SHDSL port is selected, then pressing the button either places or removes a remote loop
on the port by sending a EOC request message to the LTU (or NTU in campus mode). If the
Nx64K port or G.703 port (with only one service defined) is selected, then pressing the button
will place or remove a remote loop on the selected port's single data service by sending
respective inband loop up or loop down patterns to the far end (in the associated data service
timeslots).
BERT
If a port is selected, and there are no local loops, then pressing the button starts or stop a BERT
on the selected port.
COMPLIANCE
EN 300 386-2; IEC 60950/EN 60950/AS NZS60950; S016; S043.2; ITU K.21 Enhanced; Telstra 1555
LLOOP
Off
Unit is powered off
Green
Port is trained; no
active alarms
Port is not active
Port is active with no
active alarm
Port is not active.
Port is active with no
active alarm
Nx64K port is not active V.35/V.36 'Request To
or when active, V.35/V.36 Send' or X.21 'Control'
'Request To Send' or X.21 line from the DTE is
'Control' line from the
ON.
DTE is OFF.
Nx64K port is inactive or V.35/V.36 'Receive
when active, V.35/V.36
Line Signal Detector'
'Receive Line Signal
or X.21 'Indication'
Detector' and X.21
control line from the
'Indication' control line
NTU (DCE) is ON.
from the NTU is OFF.
No Local Loop is active. N/A
RLOOP
No Remote Loop is
active.
BERT
BERT is not active.
1
Yellow
Port is trained with
minor active alarm 1
Port is active with a
minor alarm 3
N/A
N/A
Red
Port is attempting/is
trained with major alarm 2
Port is active with a major
alarm 4
Port is active with an
active alarm condition 5.
N/A
N/A
N/A
A Local Loopback is
active on the selected
port.
A Local Loop is active on
one or more ports or
services (when no port is
selected).
A Remote Loop is active
on one or more ports or
services (when no port is
selected).
BERT is active, but the
test pattern detector is not
synchronized.
N/A
A Remote Loopback is
active on the selected
port (when determined
via established EOC)
A BERT is active, and A BERT is active, and
the test pattern detector one or more test pattern
is synchronized with
bit errors have been
no received bit errors. received.
Minor SHDSL port alarms are CRC errors, Loop Attenuation Threshold Alarm, SNR Margin Threshold Alarm, Segment
Anomaly, and any ES, SES, UAS, CVC, and LOSWS 15-Minute Threshold Alarm.
2
Major SHDSL port alarms are LOS, LOSW, or Segment Defect.
3
Minor G.703 port alarms are Rx RAI, Frame Slip, CRC-4 errors, LBER, and any ES, SES, UAS, and CVC 15-Minute Threshold
Alarm.
4
Major G.703 port alarms are LOS, LOF, LOMF, Rx AIS, or HBER.
5
Nx64K port alarms are Clock Slip, Loss of External Clock, FIFO Underflow/Overflow, and Inactivity Alarm.
A complete Installation and Maintenance Practice (P/N 61230001L1-5) can be found at www.adtran.com. Enter the desired P/N in the search field.
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2. SHDSL Remote Loopback
1. SHDSL Local Loopback
5. Reset All Status
4. Nx64K Port
3. BERT
6. Terminal Mode
3. Reset All
2. G.703 Port
Remote Virtual Terminal Management
Local Management
9. Nx64k BERT
8. Nx64k Remote Inband Loopback
1. SHDSL Port
2. Remote Inband Loopback
7. Nx64k Local Loopback
6. G.703 Services
1. Local Loopback
4. G.703 Local Loopback
5. G.703 BERT
1-100. Alarm Threshold
0. Disabled
1. Disabled
2. Enabled
2. DTE Driven
3. RTS Driven
2. Permanent On
10. V.35/V.36 TI (Circuit 142)
9. V.35/V.36 LL (Circuit 141)
8. V.35/V.36 RL (Circuit 140)
2. DTE Driven
1. Permanent On
3. Sync Mode
2. Permanent On
1. Permanent Off
1. Permanent Off
2. Permanent On
1. Permanent Off
2. Test Driven
1. Disabled
2. Enabled
4. QRSS
3. 2E15-1
2. 2047
1. ALT
1. Permanent Off
2. DTE Driven
1. Disabled
2. Enabled
1. Permanent Off
2. DTE Driven
2. Inverted
1. Normal
1-999. Time out in Minutes
0. Disabled
3. Nx64k In-band Pattern Detection
2. G.703 Services In-band Pattern Detection
1. Disabled
2. Enabled
1. Disabled
2. Enabled
2. V.54
1. PN127
0 to 255 = Delay in ms
2. DTE Driven
1. Permanent On
3. Auto
2. Inverted
1. In-band Loopback Protocol
3. Nontransparent
2. Transparent
1. Dual Sided
7. SHDSL Port Select Pushbutton
6. Pushbuttons (All)
5. BERT Pattern Polarity
4. BERT Pattern
3. Loopback Timeout (Min)
2. Inband Loopback Options
1. Loopback Types
13. V.35/V.36 RLSD (Circuit 109)
12. V.35/V.36 DTR (Circuit 108/2)
11. V.35/V.36 DSR (Circuit 107)
10. V.35/V.36 RTS to CTS Delay (ms)
9. V.35/V.36 CTS (Circuit 106)
2. Sync Mode
3. V.36
1. X.21
2. V.35
0. Disabled
1-900. Seconds
0. Disabled
1-65535. Seconds
1. Normal
1. Permanent On
1. Permanent Off
1. Permanent On
2. From DTE, ETC (Circuit 113)
1. From DCE, TC (Circuit 114)
8. V.35/V.36 RTS (Circuit 105)
7. X.21 I Mode
6. X.21 C Mode
5. Tx Clock Polarity
4. Tx Clock Source
3. Inactivity Alarm Delay (Secs)
2. Interface Type Manual Select
1. Interface Type Auto Detection
6. OS 15-Minute Alarm Threshold
0. Disabled
1-900. Seconds
0. Disabled
1-900. Seconds
0. Disabled
1-900. Seconds
0. Disabled
1-127. Alarm Threshold
0. Disabled
1-900. Seconds
5. LOSWS 15-Minute Alarm Threshold
4. CVC 15-Minute Alarm Threshold
3. UAS 15-Minute Alarm Threshold
2. SES 15-Minute Alarm Threshold
1. ES 15-Minute Alarm Threshold
0. Disabled
1-15. Alarm Threshold
* 2-wire mode: 192 kbps to 2.304 Mbps (N x 64 kbps, where N=3 to 36)
4-wire mode: 384 kbps to 4.608 Mbps (N x 64 kbps, where N=even numbers, 6 to 72)
5. Network Non-Transparent
4. Network Transparent
3. Customer Non-Transparent
2. Customer Transparent
1. Dual Sided
0. Disabled
1-65535. Seconds
13. CVC 15-Minute Alarm Threshold
0. Disabled
1-900. Seconds
0. Disabled
1-900. Seconds
1. Disabled
2. Enabled
1. Disabled
2. Enabled
1. Disabled
2. Enabled
1. Disabled
2. Enabled
6. PM Thresholds
5. Outage Auto-Retrain
1. Disabled
2. Enabled
4. Loop Attenuation Alarm Threshold (dB)
0. Disabled
1-900. Seconds
3. G.703 Services
1. 2-Wire
2. 4-Wire
3. SNR Margin Alarm Threshold (dB)
2. Payload Rate (kbps) *
1. Interface Mode
12. UAS 15 Minute Alarm Threshold
11. SES 15-Minute Alarm Threshold
2. G.703 Port
3. SHDSL BERT
1. Disabled
2. Enabled
00h to FFh
00h to FFh
00h to FFh
1. Disabled
2. Enabled
1. Disabled
2. Enabled
1. Internal Clock
2. Nx64 ETC(113)/X
3. G.703 Rx Clock
4. SHDSL Rx Clock
1. NT
2. LT
10. ES 15-Minute Alarm Threshold
9. E-bit Generation
8. RAI Generation
7. Spare Bits Pattern
6. Spare Bits Insertion
5. Spare Bits Pattern to Span
4. Spare Bits Insertion to Span
3. Timeslot Idle Pattern
2. G.704 CRC-4 Multiframing
1. ISDN-PRA V3
9. Change Password
8. Local Management
7. Upgrade Firmware
6. Restore Factory Defaults
5. Date and Time
4. Circuit ID
3. Clock Source
2. Cross-Connect Map
1. Unit Mode
1. SHDSL Port
5. Test Options
4. Nx64K Options
3. G.703 Options
2. SHDSL Options
1. Unit Options
2. NTU
1. LTU
5. Performance History
4. Test
3. Status
2. Provisioning
1. Unit Information
6540 SHDSL 2w4w NTU, AC Powered
PRICING AND AVAILABILITY 800.827.0807
TECH SUPPORT 800.726.8663
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61230001L1-22A
Warranty: ADTRAN will replace or repair this product within the warranty period if it does not meet its published specifications or fails while in service.
Warranty information can be found at www.adtran.com/warranty. U.S. and Canada customer Faxback: 877-457-5007, Document 414.
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