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FMUX01A/Plus
Fiber Optical Multiplexer
With 100M Ethernet
4,8,12,16 Channels
E1/T1/FXO/FXS/Datacom
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TRADEMARKS
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WARNING :
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses,
and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction
manual may cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at
his own expense. NOTICE : (1) The changes or modifications not expressively approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. (2) Shielded interface
cables and AC power cord, if any, must be used in order to comply with the emission limits.
CISPR PUB.22 Class A COMPLIANCE :
This device complies with EMC directive of the European Community and meets or exceeds the following
technical standard. EN 55022 - Limits and Methods of Measurement of Radio Interference Characteristics
of Information Technology Equipment. This device complies with CISPR Class A.
WARNING :
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which
case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
CE NOTICE
Marking by the symbol CE indicates compliance of this equipment to the EMC directive of the European
Community. Such marking is indicative that this equipment meets or exceeds the following technical
standards : EN 55022 :1994/A1 :1995/A2 :1997 Class A and EN61000-3-2 :1995, EN61000-3-3 :1995 and
EN50082-1 :1997
CTC Union Technologies Co., Ltd.
Far Eastern Vienna Technology Center (Neihu Technology Park)
8F, No. 60, Zhouzi St.
Neihu, Taipei, 114
Taiwan
Phone : +886-2-2659-1021
FAX : +886-2-2799-1355
FMUX01A/Plus
Fiber Optical Multiplexer with 100M Ethernet
Stand-alone / Rack Type
4, 8, 12, 16 Channel E1, T1, FXO, FXS, Datacom
User Manual
Version 1.0 Sep 2008 Release
This manual supports the following models :
FMUX01A/Plus
This document is the first official release manual. Please check CTC Union's website for any updated
manual or contact us by E-mail at info@ctcu.com. Please address any comments for improving this manual
or to point out omissions or errors to marketing@ctcu.com. Thank you.
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction .................................................................................................................................... 7
1.1 Product Description ............................................................................................................................... 7
1.2 Application Diagram ............................................................................................................................. 7
1.3 Product Features .................................................................................................................................... 8
1.4 Technical Specifications ........................................................................................................................ 8
1.4.1 Optical Interface ............................................................................................................................. 8
1.4.2 E1S module..................................................................................................................................... 8
1.4.3 T1 module....................................................................................................................................... 9
1.4.4 Datacom module ............................................................................................................................. 9
1.5 Physical Specifications .......................................................................................................................... 9
1.6 Dimensions & Weight ........................................................................................................................... 9
1.7 Power Supply......................................................................................................................................... 9
1.8 Ordering Information........................................................................................................................... 10
1.9 Rear Panel View .................................................................................................................................. 10
Chapter 2 Installation.................................................................................................................................... 11
2.1 Unpacking............................................................................................................................................ 11
2.2 Site Requirements................................................................................................................................ 11
2.3 Site Selection ....................................................................................................................................... 11
2.4 DC Electrical Outlet Connection ......................................................................................................... 11
2.5 Laser Safety ......................................................................................................................................... 11
Chapter 3 Panel Description ......................................................................................................................... 12
3.1 Front Panel........................................................................................................................................... 12
3.2 Rear Panel............................................................................................................................................ 13
Chapter 4 Quick Start ................................................................................................................................... 15
4.1 Console Port ........................................................................................................................................ 15
4.1.1 PuTTY Settings............................................................................................................................. 15
4.1.2 Console Login............................................................................................................................... 16
4.1.3 Main Menu.................................................................................................................................... 16
4.1.4 Equipment Status .......................................................................................................................... 17
4.1.5 E1/T1 Tributary Card Configuration ............................................................................................ 17
4.1.6 FXO/FXS Configuration............................................................................................................... 20
4.1.7 Ethernet Trunk Configuration....................................................................................................... 21
4.1.8 Profile Management...................................................................................................................... 25
Chapter 5 Operation....................................................................................................................................... 27
5.1 Startup Loading / Booting and Login Screen....................................................................................... 27
5.2 Main Menu .......................................................................................................................................... 29
5.3 System Configuration .......................................................................................................................... 30
5.3.1 System Information Configuration ............................................................................................... 31
5.3.2 Device Networking Configuration................................................................................................ 32
5.3.3 User Account Management........................................................................................................... 33
5.3.4 SNMP Agent Configuration.......................................................................................................... 35
5.3.5 Software Upgrade Configuration .................................................................................................. 36
5.3.6 Software Upgrade and Reboot Operation ..................................................................................... 38
5.3.7 Network Time Synchronization .................................................................................................... 41
5.3.8 Scheduling Job Management ........................................................................................................ 42
5.3.9 Networking Service Management................................................................................................. 44
5.3.10 Network Trouble Shooting Operation......................................................................................... 45
5.3.11 LCD Login Configuration........................................................................................................... 47
5.3.12 Event Management ..................................................................................................................... 48
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5.4 Tributary Slot Interface Selection.........................................................................................................53
5.4.1 E1 Interface Configuration ............................................................................................................54
5.4.2 V.35 Interface Configuration.........................................................................................................56
5.4.3 T1 (DS1) Interface Configuration..................................................................................................58
5.4.4 FXO/FXS Interface Configuration ................................................................................................59
5.5 Optical Interface Parameters Configuration .........................................................................................60
5.6 Trunk Ethernet Parameters Configuration............................................................................................62
5.6.1 Introduction ...................................................................................................................................62
5.6.2 Configuration.................................................................................................................................62
5.6.3 Trunk Ethernet General Parameter Config ....................................................................................63
5.6.4 Trunk Ethernet Parameter Config..................................................................................................67
5.6.5 Trunk Ethernet Rate Configuration ...............................................................................................68
5.7 Data Port Parameter Configuration.......................................................................................................69
5.8 PM Threshold Configuration................................................................................................................70
5.8.1 E1 Interface Threshold Setting ......................................................................................................71
5.8.2 Aggregate Interface Threshold Setting ..........................................................................................73
5.9 Fault Management Parameters Configuration ......................................................................................74
5.9.1 Alarm Severity Config...................................................................................................................74
5.9.2 Power Failure Monitoring Parameter Config.................................................................................75
5.10 External Clock Configuration and Monitoring ...................................................................................75
5.10.1 External Clock Config .................................................................................................................76
5.10.2 External Clock Monitoring ..........................................................................................................77
5.1 OE Protection Switching ......................................................................................................................78
5.12 Equipment Status Monitoring.............................................................................................................80
5.13 Performance Monitoring.....................................................................................................................83
5.14 Path Alarm Monitoring.......................................................................................................................85
5.15 Loopback/V.54 Testing ......................................................................................................................86
5.15.1 Loopback Testing ........................................................................................................................87
5.16 PRBS Test ..........................................................................................................................................90
5.17 Event Browser ....................................................................................................................................92
Chapter 6. LCD Operating Instructions..........................................................................................................93
6.1 LCD Menu Tree ...................................................................................................................................94
Appendix ........................................................................................................................................................99
A.1 External User Interface : Async Serial / RS-232 .................................................................................99
A.2 Troubleshooting Guide ......................................................................................................................100
A.3 Rack Mount Installation Guide..........................................................................................................102
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Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 1 Introduction
1.1 Product Description
The FMUX01A/Plus is a powerful optical multiplexer which can aggregate up to four different types of
services into a pair of fibers. Any combination of five types (4xE1, 4xT1 4xV.35, 4xX.21, 4xFXO, 4xFXS)
of tributary cards are allowed to be plugged into the system. Along with a maximum tributary capacity of 16
E1 channels, the FMUX01A/Plus also provides two integrated 10/100M Ethernet interfaces, 1xRS-232 data
port, and an Order Wire voice channel. The multiplexer supports 1+1 hot-swappable optical protection. The
FMUX01A/Plus can be managed through SNMP, VT-100 serial port or local LCD/menu keys. It has
provision for two sets of external alarm inputs and outputs. The FMUX01A/Plus is 1RU, 19" rack
mountable chassis or it may be placed on a desktop or shelf.
1.2 Application Diagram
PSTN
BS
FXS
PBX
E1/T1 BS
FXO
E1/T1BS
V.35
ML T
WL W
M
L L
L
T O
T LLM E O C AE1 C R
O
Router
WL W
ML T
L L
L
T O
T LLM E O C AE1 C R
O
O
Ethernet…
FMUX01A+
IP Network
RS-232
SNMP
Figure 1-1 Application of FMUX01A/Plus
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1.3 Product Features
Channel Capacity :4, 8, 12, 16 E1, T1, or data communication service
Tributary card types :
E1 interface (75ohms or 120ohms)
T1 interface (100 ohms)
Datacom interface (V.35/ RS-530/ X.21)
Voice interface (FXO or FXS)
Optical module :Auto Laser shutdown, hot swappable 1+1 protection
Alarm relay contact :
major and minor alarms
(audible and visible alarm output)
Supports SNMP management, TFTP remote software upgrade
Performance monitor : E1/T1 line performance CV, CRC, ES, SES.
Configurations can be backed up to non-volatile memory.
Provides the optical line local loopback and remote loopback function.
Low speed (E1,T1, datacom) local and remote loopback function
OE module :
Class 1 Laser product. Safety Standard IEC 825 compliant.
Management interface : LCD / push button keys, VT-100 (RS-232 RJ-45), SNMP (Ethernet RJ-45)
External clock :
E1 external TTL clock or PCM data Input through RJ-45 connector
10/100M Ethernet :
2 x Ethernet ports (100M full rate total)
1 RS-232 data port :
clear asynchronous channel
External alarm :
2 sets of external alarm detection
1.4 Technical Specifications
1.4.1 Optical Interface
Optical Source : MLM 1310/1550nm
Wavelength : 1310/1550 ± 50nm
System Gain : 19~30dB
Fiber connector types : SC,FC, or ST type
Bi-directional Fiber Optical Module (WDM Option on SC type)
1.4.2 E1S module
Channel Capacity : 4 channels per module
Bit Rate : 2.048Mbps ± 50ppm
Line Code : HDB3 / AMI
Frame Format : Unframed (clear channel)
Electrical Interface : Compliant with international standards ITU-T G.703
Jitter Tolerance : Compliant with ITU-T G.823
Jitter Transfer : Compliant with ITU-T G.742, G.823
Line impedance :120Ω (DB25 Wire Wrap or RJ-45) or 75Ω (BNC)
Surge protection : Compliant with (or better than) IEC 1000-4-5 class 2 or FCC part 68
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1.4.3 T1 module
Channel Capacity : 4 channels per module
Bit Rate : 1.544Mbps ± 32ppm
Line Code : B8ZS / AMI
Frame Format : Unframed (clear channel)
Electrical Interface : Compliant with international standards ITU-T G.703
Jitter Tolerance : Compliant with ITU-T G.824
Jitter Transfer : Compliant with ITU-T G.742, G.824
Line impedance : 100Ω (DB25 Wire Wrap or RJ-45)
Surge protection : Compliance with (or better than) IEC 1000-4-5 class 2 or FCC part 68
Cable Compensation :5 segments Line Build Out
LBO1 :0~133feet / LBO2 :133~266feet / LBO3 :266~399feet
LBO4 :399~533feet / LBO5 :533~655feet
1.4.4 Datacom module
(Datacom module supports one channel (V35U1) or four channels (V35U) on each card)
Card types : V.35, RS-530, X.21
Data rates : n*64K, n=1~32 (64~2048kb/s)
Clock mode : Internal, DTE, Recovery.
Control signal : CTS follows RTS, DSR always ON except at test loop mode, DCD always ON
except at fiber loss of signal condition.
Loop-back : local loop back, remote loop back, V.54 (request remote loop back)
Connector : HD-68 (SCSI-III) Female with optional cables
HD-68 to 4*V35 (MB34 female) cable
HD-68 to 4*RS-530 (DB25 female) cable
HD-68 to 4*X.21 (DB15 female) cable
1.5 Physical Specifications
Alarm contact : 4 relay contacts (DB-9 connector) --Reference Page 100 (A.1)
External alarm : 2 sets external alarm detection for central office monitoring
1xRS-232 asynchronous clear channel. (9.6k~115.2K)
Order wire : Earphone jack, microphone jack
Operate condition : 0 ~ 60°C, 5% ~ 95% without condensing
EMI : Comply with CISPR 22 class A (EN55022), FCC part 15 class A subpart B.
MTBF : 48,000 hours minimum
1.6 Dimensions & Weight
W x D x H : 440 x 285 x 44.5 mm (17 3/8" x11 1/4" x 1 3/4")
3.7KG net (~ 8 lb.)
1.7 Power Supply
AC :90 ~ 240 V (47Hz ~ 63Hz)
DC :-36 ~ -72 V
Power consumption 20W maximum
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1.8 Ordering Information
Classification
Optical Link Type
Laser Module Types
Laser Module
Connector Types
Power Module Type
Power Cord (1.8 M)
E1 Card Adaptor (Performance
Monitor Option)
T1 Card Adaptor (Performance
Monitor Option)
4-X.21 Card
FXO/FXS Card
Ethernet Card
4-V35 Card
External clock(Option)
Item
Single Hot Swap Optical Link
Dual Hot Swap Optical Link (1+1 auto protection)
1310nm Multi-Mode FP Laser Module, 2Km
1310nm Single-Mode FP Laser Module, 30Km
1310nm Single-Mode FP Laser Module, 50Km
1310nm Single-Mode DFB Laser Module, 80Km
1550nm Single-Mode DFB Laser Module, 120Km
1310nmTx/1550nmRx Single Fiber, Single-Mode FP Laser Module, 20Km
1550nmTx/1310nmRx Single Fiber, Single-Mode FP Laser Module, 20Km
1310nmTx/1550nmRx Single Fiber, Single-Mode FP Laser Module, 40Km
1550nmTx/1310nmRx Single Fiber, Single-Mode DFB Laser Module, 40Km
1310nmTx/1550nmRx Single Fiber, Single-Mode FP Laser Module, 60Km
1550nmTx/1310nmRx Single Fiber, Single-Mode DFB Laser Module, 60Km
FC/PC Type Laser Module Connector
SC Type Laser Module Connector (BiDi only has SC type)
ST Type Laser Module Connector
Single AC Power Module
Dual AC power Module
Single DC Power Module
Dual DC Power Module
One AC and One DC Power Module
NEMA (USA)
Schuko (Germany)
UK
Australia
4E1 120 Ohm Balanced, Wire Wrap Adapter
4E1 120 Ohm Balanced, Wire Wrap Adapter with surge protection
4E1 120 Ohm Balanced, Twist Pair Adapter Cable
4E1 120 Ohm Balanced, Twist Pair Adapter Cable with surge protection
4E1 120 Ohm Balanced, RJ-45 Adapter Cable
4E1 120 Ohm Balanced, RJ-45 Adapter Cable with surge protection
4E1 75 Ohm Un-Balanced, BNC Adapter Box
4E1 75 Ohm Un-Balanced, BNC Adapter Box with surge protection
4T1 100 Ohm Balanced, Wire Wrap Adapter
4T1 100 Ohm Balanced, Twist Pair Adapter Cable
4x X.21
4x FXO/FXS voice interface
10/100 Fast Ethernet
4xV35
With External clock
Without External clock
1.9 Rear Panel View
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Chapter 2 Installation
Chapter 2 Installation
This chapter provides the information needed to install the FMUX01A/Plus. It is important to follow the
installation instruction to ensure normal operation of the system and to prevent damages due to human error.
Only trained and qualified personnel should be allowed to install or replace this
equipment.
2.1 Unpacking
If there is a possibility for future relocation of the FMUX01A/Plus system, please save the cartons and
protective packaging materials. The following items are shipped with your FMUX01A/Plus :
One FMUX01A/Plus user's manual (CDROM), AC power cord(s) and DB9-RJ45 console cable.
One (or numerous units of) FMUX01A/Plus chassis system
Please carefully unpack and inspect the unit and accessories for potential damage or missing parts. Contact
your shipper immediately if you suspect any damage during transit. Contact our nearest sales representative
or our company directly if you are missing any parts. Improper handling during shipment may cause early
failure.
2.2 Site Requirements
The FCC (Federal Communications Commission, USA) requires telecommunication equipment to withstand
electrical surge that may result from lighting strikes. This equipment has been tested and found to comply
with those FCC requirements. Users should follow the precautions below to insure safety and minimize the
risk of damage to the equipment or personnel:
Make sure that the power outlet is properly grounded.
Proper grounding should include a minimum of :
A ground rod buried outside the building at least 8 feet (2.44 meters) deep.
2.3 Site Selection
In order to allow easy access to the equipment, leave at least 36 inches (90 cm) clearance in the front and at
least 4 inches (10.2 cm) at the rear.
To avoid overheating, leave at least 1 inch (2.5 cm) on either side of FMUX01A/Plus. Also, do not stack
other equipment on top of FMUX01A/Plus.
2.4 DC Electrical Outlet Connection
For safety and to prevent damage to the FMUX01A/Plus, make sure that the power requirements match
those of your electric outlets. Connect power and ground to the FMUX01A/Plus. Connect all cables before
powering on the equipment.
2.5 Laser Safety
Radiation emitted by laser devices can be dangerous to human eyes. Avoid eye exposure to this direct or
indirect radiation.
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Chapter 3 Panel Description
Chapter 3 Panel Description
3.1 Front Panel
MAJ
OE
LSRO
TX
WK
LOS
RX
Optical1
OE
LSRO
TX
WK
LOS
RX
Optical2
MIN
LCK
LBK
RNG
RDI
ACO
CALL
LAN1 LAN2 SNM EXT CLK
P
(1) Optical 1/2 :
1 2
PWR
ACO
3
4
1
2
3
4
RS23 RST
Consol
CHANNELS e
2
LSRON LED Yellow light when the laser is on
LOS LED
Red light when there is a loss of optical signal
WK LED
Working path indicator
RX
Optical Receiver Port
TX
Optical Transmitter Port
(2) LAN1/2 port :
100M full rate ports
(3) SNMP Port :
RJ-45 connector to SNMP management system
(4) EXT CLK Port(Option) : External clock input; 2,048 MHz TTL CLOCK or E1 PCM
(5) Order Wire Port :
Earphone and Microphone jack for order wire application
(6) CALL Button :
Activate/deactivate the order wire
(7) ACO Button :
Alarm Cut Off; Yellow light when the ACO button is pressed to manually
disable the audible alarm when a problem occurs. If any newer alarm is
reported after the ACO button has been pressed, the external alarm will
activate again.
(8) MAJ LED :
Red light when there is a Major Alarm present
(9) MIN LED :
Yellow LED lights when there is a Minor Alarm present
(10) LBK LED :
Yellow LED lights when there is a loopback function presents.
(11) RDI LED :
Remote Defect Indication;
Indicates a failure in the remote terminal
(12) PWR LED :
Green LED lights when power module active.
(13) LCK LED :
Optical link Lock; Locks the system if switched to protect line 6 times within
10 minutes
(14) RNG LED :
Yellow LED lights when the order-wire function is active.
(15) ACO LED :
Alarm Cut Off function indicator
(16) Console Port :
For VT-100 screen setup
(17) RS232 :
clear channel RS-232 data transmission and receive port.
(18) RST Button :
Restart the system
(19) Push Buttons :
Three control and configuration buttons for FMUX01A/Plus
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3.2 Rear Panel
Power Switches : On/Off switch for each power main
□ E1U_75
□ E1U_120
Power
4xV35U
T1U_100
1
2
3
4
Alarm
Power
-V FGND +V
4xFXS
90~250VAC
PORT 2
PORT 1
Alarm
PORT 3
PORT 4
The FMUX01A/Plus provides three major types of tributary interfaces cards (E1/T1, Datacom, & Voice)
and five different power supply combinations (Single AC, Single DC, Dual AC, Dual DC, & AC+DC)
(a) E1 tributary card
One DB-25 pin female connector for input/output of 4 channels E1 signal. There are two types of E1 cards,
75Ω with BNC adapter or 120Ω with RJ-45 or wire-wrap adapter.
□E1_75
□E1_120
(b) T1 tributary card
One DB-25 pin female connector for input/output of 4 channels T1 (DS1) signal. The T1 has a single card
type, 100Ω, with RJ-45 or wire-wrap adapter.
T1_100
(c) FXO/FXS tributary cards
FXO or Foreign Exchange Office, is a telephone signaling interface that receives POTS, or "plain old
telephone service". The FXO interface connects to central office or PBX. Foreign Exchange Station, or FXS,
is a telephone interface which provides battery power, sends dial tone, and generates ringing voltage. A
standard telephone plugs into such an interface to receive telephone service. There are 4 channels on each
tributary card with each channel providing 64kbps voice bandwidth. The connectors are all RJ-45, which
also readily accept RJ-11 connectors as well.
1
2
3
4
1
4xFXO
2
4xFXS
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(d) V.35 tributary card
This 4 channel V.35 card, also requires HD68 to 4xMB34F adapter cable to connect to V.35 interface.
4Xv35
(e) X.21 tributary card
This 4 channel X.21 card, also requires HD68 to 4xDB15F adapter cable to connect to X.21 interface.
4xX.21
Any of the above cards may be plugged into any tributary slot 1 ~ 4. (Port 1 ~ Port 4)
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Chapter 4 Quick Start
Chapter 4 Quick Start
The FMUX01A/Plus control interface provides two modes of operation. First, a serial console port, for local
provisioning; and second, a LAN port for remote provisioning of the system.
4.1 Console Port
Prerequisites :
Any PC running Windows 98/2000/XP can be used as a console. Use the supplied DB9F to RJ-45 RS-232
cable and connect the console port to the COM port of PC to be used as a terminal. Connect the RJ-45 to the
port on the face of the FMUX01A/Plus, labeled "Console".
Windows® HyperTerminal™ program has known issues when it comes to using function keys. If you use
HyperTerminal, only the function keys F1~F4 will operate properly. To avoid this problem, we strongly
recommend using other free terminal software, such as PuTTY or TeraTerm (search Google™).
4.1.1 PuTTY Settings
Getting PuTTY : The program is copyright by Simon Tatham, the developer's website is at;
http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/
go to the download section and get the item under "A Windows installer for everything except PuTTYtel"
Special considerations : none, PuTTY has a free license to use, copy, modify, merge, distribute, etc.
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4.1.2 Console Login
CTC Union Technologies Co., Ltd.
Welcome to FMUX01A+
User Name
: admin____
Password
: 1234_____
+-----------------------+
|
Login
|
+-----------------------+
The factory default username is 'admin' and password is '1234'.
4.1.3 Main Menu
System Name:
* Main Menu
[F1]
+-------------------------------------------------------+
|[1] System Configuration
|
|[2] Tributary Slot Parameters Configuration
#|
|[3] Optical Interface Parameters Configuration
#|
|[4] Trunk Ethernet Parameters Configuration
#|
|[5] Data Port Parameters Configuration
#|
|[6] Performance Management Threshold Configuration
#|
|[7] Fault Management Parameters Configuration
#|
|[8] External Clock Configuration and Monitoring
#|
|[9] OE Protection Switching
#|
|[a] Equipment Status Monitoring
#|
|[b] Performance Monitoring
#|
|[c] Path Alarm/State Monitoring
#|
|[d] Loopback/V.54 Testing
#|
|[e] PRBS Testing
#|
|[f] Event Browsing
#|
+-------------------------------------------------------+
+-------------------------------------------------------+
|
Next[F2]
Help[F3]
Logout[F4]
|
+-------------------------------------------------------+
Press 'a' or arrow down to Equipment Status Monitoring. Press function key [F2].
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4.1.4 Equipment Status
System Name:
Equipment Status Monitoring
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|<Lo> HwVer: 1.0.3|
Optical
| TB CH/ETH
1/LINK 2/FDX 3/100M 4/10M |
PWR: G | [OE1]
[OE2] | LAN 1
- |
| MAJ: R
| MIN: LCK: - | LSR: Y LSR: Y | LAN 2
- |
| LBK: RNG: - | LOS: - LOS: - | LAN M
- |
WK: - | TB1/G 4xT1S
G
G
G
G |
| RDI: ACO: - | WK: G
|----------------------------------| TB2/G 4xFXO
- |
| [PWR1]: F [FAN]: - [ExtAlm1]: L | TB3/G4xE1S/B
G
G
G
G |
| [PWR2]: [ExtAlm2]: L | TB4/G4xE1S/B
G
G
G
G |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|<Re> HwVer:
|
Optical
| TB CH/ETH
1/LINK 2/FDX 3/100M 4/10M |
| MAJ: R
PWR: G | [OE1]
[OE2] | LAN 1
|
| MIN:
LCK:
| LSR: Y LSR: Y | LAN 2
|
| LBK:
RNG:
| LOS:
LOS:
| LAN M
|
| RDI:
ACO:
| WK: G
WK:
| TB1/G 4xT1S
G
G
G
G |
|----------------------------------| TB2/G 4xFXS
|
| [PWR1]: F [FAN]:
[ExtAlm1]: L | TB3/G4xE1S/B
G
G
G
G |
| [PWR2]:
[ExtAlm2]: L | TB4/G4xE1S/B
G
G
G
G |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|Lo->Re[F1] TB1 Edit[F2] TB2 Edit[F3] TB3 Edit[F4] TB4 Edit[F5] Back[ESC]|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
The screen is divided horizontally, displaying the local unit <Lo> on top and the remote unit <Re> on the
bottom. Each horizontal screen is again divided vertically, with alarm indicators, optical and power statuses
on the left and the Fast Ethernet trunk and tributary cards on the right. Use [F1] to toggle between local and
remote unit. Use the [F2], [F3], [F4] or [F5] to edit the tributary card settings.
4.1.5 E1/T1 Tributary Card Configuration
In this example we have a 4xT1 in slot 1, FXO/FXS Voice card in slot 2, and 4xE1 cards in slots 3 & 4.
Press the [F2] key to edit slot 1.
System Name:
T1 Parameters Slot Editing
Location :
Local /Slot 1
All channels will be set as:
[F1] Service Mode
:
OOS
[F3] Frame Type
:
ESF
[F4] Line Coding
:
B8ZS
[F5] LBO Setting
:
0-133 ft
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+
|
Confirm[F2]
Back[ESC]
|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+
Use the function keys [F1], [F3]~[F5] to select the configuration menu items, use the "space bar" to toggle
the different parameters for each setting. Press [F1] for 'Service Mode' and press "space" to toggle service
between "OOS" and "IS" (OOS=Out of Service, IS=In Service). Press [F2] and "space" until the parameter
is "Unframed". Finally press [F2] to confirm.
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The following shows the screen after setting service mode "in service" (IS), setting unframed, line code
B8ZS and LBO (Line Build Out).
System Name:
T1 Parameters Slot Editing
Location :
Local /Slot 1
All channels will be set as:
[F1] Service Mode
:
IS
[F3] Frame Type
:
Unframed
[F4] Line Coding
:
B8ZS
[F5] LBO Setting
:
533-655 ft
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+
|
Confirm[F2]
Back[ESC]
|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+
Press [F2] to confirm the settings and exit back to the Equipment Status menu.
Repeat the same for the remote unit.
The following is an example of T1 and E1 channels with alarm. The channels have Red LED alarm. If the
T1 or E1 lines are not connected to the multiplexer, this would be a normal condition, i.e. Signal Loss.
System Name:
Equipment Status Monitoring
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|<Lo> HwVer: 1.0.3|
Optical
| TB CH/ETH
1/LINK 2/FDX 3/100M 4/10M |
| MAJ: R
PWR: G | [OE1]
[OE2] | LAN 1
- |
| MIN: LCK: - | LSR: Y LSR: Y | LAN 2
- |
| LBK: RNG: - | LOS: - LOS: - | LAN M
- |
WK: - | TB1/G 4xT1S
R
R
R
R |
| RDI: ACO: - | WK: G
|----------------------------------| TB2/G 4xFXO
- |
| [PWR1]: F [FAN]: - [ExtAlm1]: L | TB3/G4xE1S/B
R
R
R
R |
| [PWR2]: [ExtAlm2]: L | TB4/G4xE1S/B
R
R
R
R |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|<Re> HwVer:
|
Optical
| TB CH/ETH
1/LINK 2/FDX 3/100M 4/10M |
| MAJ: R
PWR: G | [OE1]
[OE2] | LAN 1
- |
| MIN:
LCK:
| LSR: Y LSR: Y | LAN 2
- |
| LBK:
RNG:
| LOS:
LOS:
| LAN M
- |
| RDI:
ACO:
| WK: G
WK:
| TB1/G 4xT1S
R
R
R
R |
|----------------------------------| TB2/G 4xFXS
- |
| [PWR1]: F [FAN]:
[ExtAlm1]: L | TB3/G4xE1S/B
R
R
R
R |
| [PWR2]:
[ExtAlm2]: L | TB4/G4xE1S/B
R
R
R
R |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|Lo->Re[F1] TB1 Edit[F2] TB2 Edit[F3] TB3 Edit[F4] TB4 Edit[F5] Back[ESC]|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Next we need to configure the tributary in the Remote FMUX01A/Plus.
Press [F1] to toggle to the Remote unit.
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The menu bar at the bottom of the screen now selects the tributary cards for the remote unit.
System Name:
Equipment Status Monitoring
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|<Lo> HwVer: 1.0.3|
Optical
| TB CH/ETH
1/LINK 2/FDX 3/100M 4/10M |
| MAJ: R
PWR: G | [OE1]
[OE2] | LAN 1
- |
| MIN: LCK: - | LSR: Y LSR: Y | LAN 2
- |
| LBK: RNG: - | LOS: - LOS: - | LAN M
- |
| RDI: ACO: - | WK: G
WK: - | TB1/G 4xT1S
R
R
R
R |
|----------------------------------| TB2/G 4xFXO
- |
| [PWR1]: F [FAN]: - [ExtAlm1]: L | TB3/G4xE1S/B
R
R
R
R |
| [PWR2]: [ExtAlm2]: L | TB4/G4xE1S/B
R
R
R
R |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|<Re> HwVer:
|
Optical
| TB CH/ETH
1/LINK 2/FDX 3/100M 4/10M |
| MAJ: R
PWR: G | [OE1]
[OE2] | LAN 1
- |
| MIN:
LCK:
| LSR: Y LSR: Y | LAN 2
- |
| LBK:
RNG:
| LOS:
LOS:
| LAN M
- |
| RDI:
ACO:
| WK: G
WK:
| TB1/G 4xT1S
R
R
R
R |
|----------------------------------| TB2/G 4xFXS
- |
| [PWR1]: F [FAN]:
[ExtAlm1]: L | TB3/G4xE1S/B
R
R
R
R |
| [PWR2]:
[ExtAlm2]: L | TB4/G4xE1S/B
R
R
R
R |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|Re->Lo[F1] TB1 Edit[F2] TB2 Edit[F3] TB3 Edit[F4] TB4 Edit[F5] Back[ESC]|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Use the function keys again to select the appropriate tributary card for configuration. In our example we'll
use the T1 card in slot 1. So press [F2]. (For TB1 or tributary slot 1)
Remote tributary slot 1 screen will display.
System Name:
T1 Parameters Slot Editing
Location :
Remote /Slot 1
All channels will be set as:
[F1] Service Mode
:
OOS
[F3] Frame Type
:
ESF
[F4] Line Coding
:
B8ZS
[F5] LBO Setting
:
0-133 ft
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+
|
Confirm[F2]
Back[ESC]
|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+
Follow the same procedure to use the function keys [F1], [F3]~[F5] to select the configuration menu items,
use the "space bar" to toggle the different parameters for each setting. Press [F1] for 'Service Mode' and
press "space" to toggle service between "OOS" and "IS" (OOS=Out of Service, IS=In Service). Press [F2]
and "space" until the Frame Type is "Unframed". Finally press [F2] to confirm.
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The following screen shows that T1 and E1 for both local and remote units are in-service and without alarms.
The "G" indicates the front panel is showing the green LED.
System Name:
Equipment Status Monitoring
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|<Lo> HwVer: 1.0.3|
Optical
| TB CH/ETH
1/LINK 2/FDX 3/100M 4/10M |
PWR: G | [OE1]
[OE2] | LAN 1
- |
| MAJ: R
| MIN: LCK: - | LSR: Y LSR: Y | LAN 2
- |
| LBK: RNG: - | LOS: - LOS:
| LAN M
- |
| RDI: ACO: - | WK: G
WK:
| TB1/G 4xT1S
G
G
G
G |
|----------------------------------| TB2/G 4xFXO
- |
G
G
G
G |
| [PWR1]: F [FAN]: - [ExtAlm1]: L | TB3/G4xE1S/B
| [PWR2]: [ExtAlm2]: L | TB4/G4xE1S/B
G
G
G
G |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|<Re> HwVer: 1.0.3|
Optical
| TB CH/ETH
1/LINK 2/FDX 3/100M 4/10M |
| MAJ: R
PWR: G | [OE1]
[OE2] | LAN 1
- |
| MIN: LCK: - | LSR: Y LSR: Y | LAN 2
- |
| LBK: RNG: - | LOS: - LOS:
| LAN M
- |
| RDI: ACO: - | WK: G
WK:
| TB1/G 4xT1S
G
G
G
G |
|----------------------------------| TB2/G 4xFXO
- |
| [PWR1]: F [FAN]: - [ExtAlm1]: L | TB3/G4xE1S/B
G
G
G
G |
| [PWR2]: [ExtAlm2]: L | TB4/G4xE1S/B
G
G
G
G |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|
Re->Lo[F1]
TB1 Edit[F2]
TB2 Edit[F3]
Back[ESC]
|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Continue the same logical configuration method until all the E1/T1 tributary cards are configured for local
and remote units.
4.1.6 FXO/FXS Configuration
The FXO/FXS cards have only one setting, the in or out of service setting. Use [F1] to select the service
mode and then use the "space bar" to toggle between IS or OSS.
System Name:
FXO/FXS Parameters Slot Editing
Location : Local/Slot 2
All channels will be set as:
[F1] Service Mode
:
IS
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+
|
Confirm[F2]
Back[ESC]
|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+
Confirm the settings by keying [F2].
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4.1.7 Ethernet Trunk Configuration
4.1.7.1 Introduction
The trunk Ethernet refers to the 100Mbps trunk speed within the 155M fiber link reserved for the dedicated
Ethernet channel. The remaining link speed is utilized for the tributary card transmissions (E1, T1, V.35,
FXO/FXS), embedded operations channel, asynchronous RS-232 channel, order wire and proprietary
framing overhead. The trunk Ethernet terminates in each multiplexer at a 5-Port 10/100 Ethernet Switch
Controller. Three Ethernet LAN ports are available by RJ-45 connection on the front panel.
The following figure shows how the switch is incorporated into the multiplexer. The SNMP agent is
internally connected to the 5 port switch.
To aggregate
(fiber)
5 Port Switch
SNMP
agent
LAN1 LAN2 SNMP (front panel)
4.1.7.2 Configuration
From the main menu, arrow down or keyin '4' to select the Trunk Ethernet Parameters Configuration
menu item, then press [F2].
System Name:
Main Menu
[F1]
+-------------------------------------------------------+
|[1] System Configuration
#|
|[2] Tributary Slot Parameters Configuration
#|
|[3] Optical Interface Parameters Configuration
#|
|[4] Trunk Ethernet Parameters Configuration
|
|[5] Data Port Parameters Configuration
#|
|[6] Performance Management Threshold Configuration
#|
|[7] Fault Management Parameters Configuration
#|
|[8] External Clock Configuration and Monitoring
#|
|[9] OE Protection Switching
#|
|[a] Equipment Status Monitoring
#|
|[b] Performance Monitoring
#|
|[c] Path Alarm/State Monitoring
#|
|[d] Loopback/V.54 Testing
#|
|[e] PRBS Testing
#|
|[f] Event Browsing
#|
+-------------------------------------------------------+
+-------------------------------------------------------+
|
Next[F2]
Help[F3]
Logout[F4]
|
+-------------------------------------------------------+
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The Trunk Ethernet Configuration menu is displayed below. There are three options. The first option,
General Configuration, sets up one of five different schemes of port mirroring and will be explained in
detail later. The Ethernet Port Configuration sets the service (IS or OOS), negotiation, speed, duplex and
flow control per port. The third menu Port Rate Configuration, provides ingress/egress bandwidth
configuration per port.
System Name:
Trunk Ethernet Configuration Selection
[F1]
+-------------------------------------------------------+
|[1] Trunk Ethernet General Configuration
|
|[2] Trunk Ethernet Port Configuration
|
|[3] Trunk Ethernet Port Rate Configuration
|
|
|
|
|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
+-------------------------------------------------------+
+-------------------------------------------------------+
|
Next[F2]
Back[ESC]
|
+-------------------------------------------------------+
+-------------------------------------------------------+
Press [F2] to enter the General Configuration menu.
System Name:
Trunk Ethernet General Parameter Config
Site: Local
[F1] Network Management Mode :
OutBand (Mgmt Port)
Site: Remote
[F3] Network Management Mode :
OutBand (Mgmt Port)
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+
|
Confirm[F2]
Back[ESC]
|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+
Function key [F1] selects the local unit while [F3] selects the remote unit. Use the 'space' key to toggle the
five different setting options.
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Outband (Mgmt Port)
To aggregate
(fiber)
5 Port Switch
SNMP
agent
LAN1 LAN2 SNMP (front panel)
In this scenario, the two ports LAN1 and LAN2 will link to the aggregate channel. The management port,
SNMP, links directly to the SNMP agent (out-band) and cannot pass traffic to the aggregate. Any
connection to the LAN ports or from the remote multiplexer will not be able to access the SNMP agent or
SNMP front panel port. This is the default setting.
Outband (All Port)
5 Port Switch
To aggregate
(fiber)
SNMP
agent
LAN1 LAN2 SNMP (front panel)
In this scenario, all three ports may connect directly to the SNMP agent (out-band) and to the aggregate link.
There is no link between the aggregate and the SNMP agent. The remote multiplexer cannot access the
SNMP agent.
Inband
5 Port Switch
SNMP
agent
To aggregate
(fiber)
LAN1 LAN2 SNMP (front panel)
In this scenario, all three local ports will link to the aggregate channel. The SNMP agent is managed
remotely through the aggregate channel (in-band). There is no local access to the SNMP agent.
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Inband+Outband (Mgmt Port)
5 Port Switch
To aggregate
(fiber)
SNMP
agent
LAN1 LAN2 SNMP (front panel)
In this scenario, the two front panel ports, LAN1 and LAN2, connect to the fiber aggregate. The front panel
SNMP port connects directly to the SNMP agent. The SNMP agent is also accessible from the aggregate (inband) for remote management.
Inband+Outband (All Port)
5 Port Switch
SNMP
agent
To aggregate
(fiber)
LAN1 LAN2 SNMP (front panel)
In this scenario, all ports are connected together as a normal switching HUB. Both in-band and out-band
management are supported (local and remote) and all three front panel ports may be used as LAN1, LAN2
and LAN3 freely.
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4.1.8 Profile Management
The active changes need to be saved if they are to be used during next power up or reboot. Use [ESC] to
return to the Main Menu, select item "1" and press [F2] to go to System Configuration. Select item 'd',
System Profile Management, and press [F2]. The following screen will be displayed.
System Name:
Profile Management
Site: Local
[F1]
+-------------------------------------------------------+
|[1] Profile Operation Configuration
|
|[2] Profile Operation
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
+-------------------------------------------------------+
+-------------------------------------------------------+
|
Next[F2]
Back[ESC]
|
+-------------------------------------------------------+
4.1.8.1 Profile Save Parameter Config
Pressing [F2] from the Profile Management page will bring up the Profile Save Parameter Config page.
Use this page to enable or disable the "auto save" function and the set the "auto save interval". When auto
save is enabled, changes made to the configuration by any means (LCD, Console, Web, etc.) will
automatically be saved to Profile I at the predefined time interval.
System Name:
Profile Save Parameter Config
Site: Local
[F1] Auto-Saving :
OFF
[F3] Profile Auto Saving Interval : 1_____
minutes
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+
|
Confirm[F2]
Back[ESC]
|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+
The FMUX01A/Plus provides an Auto-Saving function, and auto saving interval.
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4.1.8.2 Profile Operation
The FMUX01A/Plus has three profile locations in non-volatile memory. Profile I and Profile II may contain
user configured profile data. The factory default profile is read-only and set at factory. Loading this profile
will restore all settings of the multiplexer back to their factory default originals.
System Name:
Profile Operation
Site: Local
Booting Profile:
Profile I
Profile Modification:
Y
[F1]
+--------------------------------------------+
|Profile I
|
|Profile II
|
|Profile Factory Default
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
+--------------------------------------------+
+--------------------------------------------+
|
Load[F2]
Save[F3]
Back[ESC] |
+--------------------------------------------+
The profile settings can be selected between the local or remote multiplexer. The default boot profile may be
configured so that this is the profile automatically loaded when the multiplexer is cold started.
If the active profile had been changed during the configuration process, the "Profile Modification" will show
"Y". This reminds the user that in order to keep settings, the profile must be saved.
You may select either profile I or II then press [F3] function to save the current active configuration to it.
The next subsequent boot process will automatically configure the system with the saved profile. You may
also select either profile I or II then press [F2] function to immediately load the previously saved profile into
active configuration.
To restore to factory default, simply use the up/down arrow keys to highlight the Profile Factory Default,
then press [F2] and confirm the load with <OK>. If you want to reboot with factory defaults, then you need
to load the factory default and then save it to the default boot profile.
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Chapter 5 Operation
This chapter will describe in more detail all the operational menu screens and functions of the
FMUX01A/Plus.
5.1 Startup Loading / Booting and Login Screen
When user first starts up the FMUX01A/Plus equipment, the profile loading screen will be displayed briefly.
With no other user intervention, the Profile I will be automatically loaded. The user may also select Profile
II or factory default to be loaded at startup.
FMUX01A+ Booting: Please select a profile for loading!
+-------------------------------------------------+
|Profile I
|
|Profile II
|
|Profile Factory Default
|
|
|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
+-------------------------------------------------+
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The system has built in self-diagnostic functions that are performed during the booting procedure. The selfdiagnostic function includes system memory access test, system main clock test and tributary card access
test. The boot test screen will be shown before the user login screen.
Booting FMUX01A+ by Profile I
Start self-testing....................................................Complete
Start loading profile.................................................Complete
Start system programs.................................................\
Enter FMUX01A/Plus Login Screen through the console port. Please key in the User Name and User
Password. The default username is admin and the password is 1234.
CTC Union Technologies Co., Ltd.
Welcome to FMUX01A+
User Name
: admin____
Password
: 1234_____
+-----------------------+
|
Login
|
+-----------------------+
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5.2 Main Menu
Show system name
Current location
System Name:
Main Menu
[F1]
+-------------------------------------------------------+
|[1] System Configuration
|
|[2] Tributary Slot Parameters Configuration
#|
|[3] Optical Interface Parameters Configuration
#|
|[4] Trunk Ethernet Parameters Configuration
#|
|[5] Data Port Parameters Configuration
#|
|[6] Performance Management Threshold Configuration
#|
|[7] Fault Management Parameters Configuration
#|
|[8] External Clock Configuration and Monitoring
#|
|[9] OE Protection Switching
#|
|[a] Equipment Status Monitoring
#|
|[b] Performance Monitoring
#|
|[c] Path Alarm/State Monitoring
#|
|[d] Loopback/V.54 Testing
#|
|[e] PRBS Testing
#|
|[f] Event Browsing
#|
+-------------------------------------------------------+
+-------------------------------------------------------+
|
Next[F2]
Help[F3]
Logout[F4]
|
+-------------------------------------------------------+
Pressing Function keys makes accessing items quicker and easier.
[F3] will bring up online help, and will further explain the function keys.
Note : Not all terminal emulation programs support the use of function keys. Therefore, we
recommend using free third party programs such as PuTTY, TeraTerm, or HyperTerminal Personal Edition
(HyperTerminal PE). See the Quick Start chapter for configuration of PuTTY.
After entering the main menu, select one of nine functions.
1. System Configuration (see 5.3)
9. OE Protection Switching (see 5.11)
2. Tributary Slot Parameters Configuration (see 5.4)
a. Equipment Status Monitoring (see 5.12)
3. Optical Interface Parameters Configuration (see 5.5)
b. Performance Monitoring (see 5.13)
4. Trunk Ethernet Parameters Configuration (see 5.6)
c. Path Alarm /State Monitoring (see 5.14)
5. Data Port Parameters Configuration (see 5.7)
d. Loopback/V.54 Testing (see 5.15)
6. PM Threshold Configuration (see 5.8)
e. PRBS Testing (see 5.16)
7. Fault Management Parameters Configuration (see 5.9) f. Event Browsing (see 5.17)
8. External Clock Configuration and Monitoring (see 5.10)
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5.3 System Configuration
System Name:
System Configuration
[F1]
+-------------------------------------------------------+
|[1] System Information Configuration
|
|[2] Device Networking Configuration
#|
|[3] User Account Management
#|
|[4] SNMP Agent Configuration
#|
|[5] Software Upgrade Configuration
#|
|[6] Software Upgrade and Reboot Operation
#|
|[7] Network Time Synchronization
#|
|[8] Scheduling Job Management
#|
|[9] Networking Service Management
#|
|[a] Network Troubleshooting Operation
#|
|[b] LCD Login Configuration
#|
|[c] Event Parameter Management
#|
|[d] System Profile Management
#|
+-------------------------------------------------------+
+-------------------------------------------------------+
|
Local[F2]
Remote[F3]
Back[ESC]
|
+-------------------------------------------------------+
INFO : Select either the Local or Remote unit for configuration.
System Configuration the menu includes the following selections.
System Information Configuration (name, location, contact, time settings)
Device Networking Configuration (device IP, netmask, and gateway)
User Account Management (assign users to one of three management groups)
SNMP Agent Configuration (configure SNMP managers, community strings, traps)
Software Upgrade Configuration (set upgrade server, upgrade image file)
Software Upgrade and Reboot Operation (perform local and/or remote upgrade and reboot)
Network Time Synchronization (setup NTP)
Scheduling Job Management (manage CRON operations)
Networking Service Management (enable/disable SNMP, Telnet, FTP services)
Network Troubleshooting Operation (Ping testing)
LCD Login Configuration (LCD password)
Event parameter Management (view/clear event log)
System Profile Management (configuration saving, factory reset, profile manager)
Press [F1] function key to select item 1 ~ item d, and use the up or down key to shift the items. Please select
the item or [ESC] to previous menu.
The detail description of each item will be mentioned in the following sections.
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5.3.1 System Information Configuration
System Name:
System Information Configuration
Site: Local
[F1] System Name
: ______________________________
[F3] System Location : ______________________________
[F4] System Contact
: ______________________________
[F5] System Clock
: 2000_ /1__ /23_
System Up Time
:
17_ :24_ :7__
0 days, 00 :02 :25
Software Version: 1.0.1
+-----------------------------------------------------+
|
Confirm[F2]
Back[ESC]
|
+-----------------------------------------------------+
INFO : Shows whether the local or remote device has been selected.
The system administrator can key in the System Name with less than 255 characters, the location of the
system, and the contact person.
The system clock can be set by entering the correct time. This screen can show the running time of the
system and the software version.
After the setting any of above items, please make sure to press [F2] to save them.
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5.3.2 Device Networking Configuration
System Name:
Device Networking Configuration
Site: Local
[F1] Device IP Address
: 172_ . 24__ . 1___ . 130_
[F3] Device IP NetMask
: 255_ . 255_ . 255_ . 0___
[F4] Default Gateway IP Address : 172_ . 24__ . 1___ . 254_
Running IP Status:
Mac Address
: 00.02.AB.0F.5C.F4
Running IP Address
: 172.24.1.130
Running IP NetMask
: 255.255.255.0
Running Gateway IP Address : 172.24.1.254
+---------------------------------------------------------+
|
Confirm[F2]
Set Only[F5]
Back[ESC]
|
+---------------------------------------------------------+
The system administrator can set the system device IP, subnet mask and default gateway on this screen.
[F2] Confirm : When administrator changes any IP related data, press [F2]function and the system will
directly execute and the settings will become the new running IP status.
[F5]Set Only : When administrator changes any IP related data, press [F5] to storage in temporary memory.
The system will wait until [F2] is pressed before becoming running IP status.
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5.3.3 User Account Management
System Name:
User Account Management
Site: Local
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|[F1] User Name
User Group
Auto-Logout secs
Enabled/Disabled |
|
admin
Admin
0
Enabled |
|
operator
Control
0
Disabled |
|
monitor
Monitor
0
Disabled |
|
|
|
|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|
Add[F2]
Delete[F3]
Edit[F4]
Back[ESC]
|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
FMUX01A/Plus provides three levels of the user groups.
Admin :the administrator group account can execute all functions.
Control :the controller group account can execute all functions except the System Configuration.
Monitor :the monitor group account only can monitor the system except that execute setting command.
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System Name:
Add User Account
Site: Local
[F1] User Name
: _________
[F3] Password
: _________
[F4] Confirm Password
: _________
[F5] User Group
:
Admin
[F6] Auto-Logout Seconds: 0______
[F7] Account Status
:
Enabled
+-----------------------------------+
|
Confirm[F2]
Back[ESC]
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+-----------------------------------+
The default Auto-Logout Seconds is 0, which means the auto-logout function is disabled.
Administrator can also disable the account status.
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5.3.4 SNMP Agent Configuration
System Name:
SNMP Agent Configuration
Site: Local
[F1] Trap IP Address 1
: 0___ . 0___ . 0___ . 0___
[F3] Trap IP Address 2
: 0___ . 0___ . 0___ . 0___
[F4] Trap IP Address 3
: 0___ . 0___ . 0___ . 0___
Trap IP Address 4
: 0___ . 0___ . 0___ . 0___
[F5] Read Community Name : public___________________
[F6] Write Community Name: private__________________
[F7] Trap Community Name : public___________________
[F8] Send Snmp Authentication Failure Trap : N
+--------------------------------------------------+
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Confirm[F2]
Back[ESC]
|
+--------------------------------------------------+
The FMUX01A/Plus can assign four sets of the Manager IP address to send Traps.
The default Read Community is public.
The default Write Community is private.
The default Trap Community is public.
Enable the "Send SNMP Authentication Failure Trap" function to send trap when the user authentication
fails.
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5.3.5 Software Upgrade Configuration
5.3.5.1 Remote Server Method
System Name:
Software Upgrade Configuration
Site: Local
[F1] Software Source
: Remote Server
[F3] Access Protocol
: FTP
[F4] Server IP Address: 0___ . 0___ . 0___ . 0___
[F5] File Name
: ________________________________
[F6] Login User Name
: _________________
Login Password
: _________________
+----------------------------------------------------------------+
|
Confirm[F2]
Back[ESC]
|
+----------------------------------------------------------------+
Press the Space bar to toggle the selection
FMUX01A/Plus can support System Software Upgrade using one of two different methods.
Remote Server or Local File
For Remote server source selection :
Access Protocol : select the protocol you want to use, i.e. TFTP or FTP
Server IP Address : the server IP address where the new firmware is saved.
File Name : the filename of new firmware. (ex : *.cmp )
Login User Name : key in the remote server's user name (for FTP only).
Login Password : key in the remote server's password (for FTP only).
Press [F2] to start the upgrade.
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5.3.5.2 Local File Method
System Name:
Software Upgrade Configuration
Site: Local
[F1] Software Source
: Local File
+---------------------------------------------------+
|[F3] Available Local File
File Size |
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+---------------------------------------------------+
+----------------------------------------------------------------+
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Confirm[F2]
Back[ESC]
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+----------------------------------------------------------------+
For Local File source selection : The screen will show the available file stored in the system.
When you place an image file in the local unit, if you restart or power cycle re-boot, that image will no
longer be available.
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5.3.6 Software Upgrade and Reboot Operation
System Name:
Software Upgrade and Reboot Operation
Site: Local
[F1] Operation Target: Local+Remote
Software Boot Status:
Local: Idle
Remote: Idle
Software Upgrade Status:
Local: Idle!
Remote: Idle!
+----------------------------------------------------------------+
|
Upgrade[F2]
Reboot[F3]
Back[ESC]
|
+----------------------------------------------------------------+
This function is used to upgrade the local and/or remote unit, or reboot the unit. To run upgrade the user
must first complete the setting of the Software Upgrade Configuration.
When user selects the [F3] Reboot command item in local or remote side, the display will show the
message :
"Start rebooting!",
"Ongoing!",
"Complete, Bye-!",
"None"
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When user executes the Upgrade command item in local or remote side, the display will show the status :
"Start upgrading!",
"Connecting!",
"Transferring!",
"Loading!",
"DeCompressing!",
"Flash writing!",
"Sending!",
"Upgrading complete!",
"Error!",
"None"
When there is a software upgrade error, the display will show one of the following error messages :
"Internal error!",
"Local file not found!",
"Information incomplete!",
"Upgrading is running!",
"Connect failed!",
"Transfer failed!",
"Read failed!",
"Image file too large!",
"Disconnect failed!",
"Decompress code failed!",
"Invalid image format!",
"Abort by user!",
"None!"
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When the unit first boots, the profile selection screen will be displayed. Profile I will load by default without
any user interaction after three seconds. Please select a profile to be loaded by using up/down arrow keys.
If you want to hold the screen, please press any key.
FMUX01A+ Booting: Please select a profile for loading!
+-------------------------------------------------+
|Profile I
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|Profile II
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|Profile Factory Default
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+-------------------------------------------------+
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5.3.7 Network Time Synchronization
System Name:
Network Time Synchronization
Site: Local
System Clock
: 2000_ /1__ /23_
17_ :36_ :54_
[F1] Clock Server IP Address : 0___ . 0___ . 0___ . 0___
[F3] Time Zone
: GMT
[F4] Operation Target
: Local
Running Status:
Local
: Idle
Remote : Idle
+---------------------------------------------------------------------+
|
Confirm[F2]
Synchronize[F5]
Back[ESC]
|
+---------------------------------------------------------------------+
The system provides the ability to synchronize time to time server using standard NTP protocol. Setup the
time server's IP address and set the time zone. Then execute the Start synchronizing command [F5]. The
system clock will be automatically corrected via Network Time Protocol.
When user selects the synchronization command item in local or remote side, and "running status" will show
the following messages :
"Start Synchronizing!"
"Synchronizing!",
"Synchronizing Complete!",
"Synchronizing Error!",
When any error of synchronization occurs, one of the below error messages will shown :
"Internal Error!",
"Information Incomplete!",
"Synchronization is running!",
"Time Get Error!",
"Abort by user!",
"Timeout!",
"No Error"
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5.3.8 Scheduling Job Management
System Name:
Scheduling Job Management
Site: Local
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|[F1]Type ScheduleType
Interval/Time
Job
Status |
|Periodic Every Interval 1 min
DoNothing Waiting |
|Oneshot
Every Day
12:00
Send Schedule Trap Waiting |
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+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
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Add[F2]
Delete[F3]
Edit[F4]
Back[ESC]
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+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
The Scheduling Job Management function provides the automatic timely reporting capability. The system
administrator can arrange the schedule for every kind of job. The job description is following as below.
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System Name:
Add Scheduling Job
Site: Local
[F1] Job Type:
Periodic
[F3] Time Type:
Every Interval
[F4] Interval (min): 1__________
[F5] Job:
Do Nothing
+---------------------------------------+
|
Confirm[F2]
Back[ESC]
|
+---------------------------------------+
Job Type :
Periodic (set a time period to do some scheduled task)
One shot (perform a scheduled task just one time)
Booting (perform a task at boot time)
Schedule Type : Every Interval / Every Day
Interval/Time : Setting the interval time in minutes
Set specific time for every day schedule
Job : Send Schedule Trap, Send Time Sync Request Trap, Software Upgrade, Network Time
Synchronization, System Reboot, or Do Nothing.
Press [F2] to confirm.
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5.3.9 Networking Service Management
System Name:
Networking Service Management
Site: Local
Networking Service:
[F1] SNMP Agent
Running Status:
:
ON
[F3] TELNET Server:
ON
[F4] FTP Server
OFF
:
+---------------------------------------+
|
Confirm[F2]
Back[ESC]
|
+---------------------------------------+
The system can turn on or turn off the functions of the SNMP Agent, TELNET Server, and FTP Server.
When FTP Server starts up, the device can act as a client or server. However there is only a small amount of
memory storage, enough for user to do software upgrade and save EventLog.
Info :When you place the upgrade image file locally, if you restart or power cycle, the image will disappear.
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5.3.10 Network Trouble Shooting Operation
System Name:
Site: Local
Network Troubleshooting Operation
Ping Operation Status : Idle
[F1] Target IP Address : 172_ . 24__ . 1___ . 251_
[F3] Packet Count: 3____ Length: 64___
[F4] Timeout Seconds: 5____ sec
+---------------------------------------------------------------------+
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+---------------------------------------------------------------------+
+---------------------------------------------------------------------+
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Confirm[F2]
Ping Start/Stop[F5]
Back[ESC]
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+---------------------------------------------------------------------+
This function can provide tests to determine whether links to the network work or not. The system provides
the following Network troubleshooting functions.
A Ping function is available with settings for the Target IP address, Packet Count, Packet Length and
Timeout Seconds. First execute to Confirm [F2] command and then execute Ping start [F5].
Info : The system device IP is must be set up
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When target IP ping succeeds, the display will show the following :
System Name:
Site: Local
Network Troubleshooting Operation
Ping Operation Status : Idle
[F1] Target IP Address : 172_ . 24__ . 1___ . 251_
[F3] Packet Count: 3____ Length: 64___
[F4] Timeout Seconds: 5____ sec
+---------------------------------------------------------------------+
|PING 172.24.1.251: 56 data bytes
|
|64 bytes from 172.24.1.251: icmp_seq=0. time=2. ms
#|
|64 bytes from 172.24.1.251: icmp_seq=1. time=0. ms
#|
|64 bytes from 172.24.1.251: icmp_seq=2. time=0. ms
#|
|----172.24.1.251 PING Statistics---#|
|3 packets transmitted, 3 packets received, 0% packet loss
#|
|round-trip (ms) min/avg/max = 0/0/2
#|
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+---------------------------------------------------------------------+
+---------------------------------------------------------------------+
|
Confirm[F2]
Ping Start/Stop[F5]
Back[ESC]
|
+---------------------------------------------------------------------+
When target IP ping fails, the display will show the following :
System Name:
Site: Local
Network Troubleshooting Operation
Ping Operation Status : Idle
[F1] Target IP Address : 172_ . 24__ . 1___ . 252_
[F3] Packet Count: 3____ Length: 64___
[F4] Timeout Seconds: 5____ sec
+---------------------------------------------------------------------+
|PING 172.24.1.252: 56 data bytes
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|ping: timeout
#|
|no answer from 172.24.1.252
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+---------------------------------------------------------------------+
+---------------------------------------------------------------------+
|
Confirm[F2]
Ping Start/Stop[F5]
Back[ESC]
|
+---------------------------------------------------------------------+
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5.3.11 LCD Login Configuration
System Name:
LCD Login Configuration
Site: Local
[F1] Auto LCD Logout Seconds
: 0______
[F3] Auto Backlight Off Seconds: 600____
[F4] LCD Pass Key 1 :
Up
[F5] LCD Pass Key 2 :
Right
[F6] LCD Pass Key 3 :
Down
[F7] LCD Pass Key 4 :
Up
+----------------------------------------+
|
Confirm[F2]
Back[ESC]
|
+----------------------------------------+
User can define the 'key combination' login password for the LCD front panel login sequence.
Enter the sequence for key 1 to key 4 using function keys [F4]~[F7] and Space bar.
Confirm by using function key [F2].
"Up" the first key, with up arrow
"Right" the second key, with right arrow
"Down" the third key, with down arrow
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5.3.12 Event Management
System Name:
Event Management
Site: Local
[F1]
+-------------------------------------------------------+
|[1] Event Class Processing Configuration
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|[2] Event Alarm Processing Configuration
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+-------------------------------------------------------+
+-------------------------------------------------------+
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Next[F2]
Back[ESC]
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+-------------------------------------------------------+
FMUX01A/Plus provides Event Management function which includes Event Class Processing
Configuration and Event Alarm Processing Configuration. See the following page.
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5.3.12.1 Event Class Processing Configuration
System Name:
Event Class Processing Configuration
Site: Local
Event Class
Save Flash:
Send Trap:
[F1] Config
:
N
N
[F3] Alarm
:
N
N
[F4] Operation:
N
N
+---------------------------------------+
|
Confirm[F2]
Back[ESC]
|
+---------------------------------------+
The event class processing configuration function can set the events of configuration, alarm, and operation
to be saved in the flash or sent by trap message.
"N" : do not save in the flash or send by trap
"Y" : save in the flash or send by trap
If NMS system has not received alarm trap, please confirm the send trap function is enabled.
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5.3.12.2 Event Alarm Processing Configuration
System Name:
Event Alarm Processing Configuration
Site: Local
Alarm Severity
Save Flash:
Send Trap:
[F1] Critical:
N
N
[F3] Major
:
N
N
[F4] Minor
:
N
N
[F5] Warning :
N
N
+---------------------------------------+
|
Confirm[F2]
Back[ESC]
|
+---------------------------------------+
The event alarm processing configuration function can set different severity for the events to save in the
flash or to send by trap.
There are four classes of the alarm severity :
Critical
Major
Minor
Warning
If the NMS system has not received alarm trap, please confirm the send trap function is enabled.
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5.3.13 System Profile Management
Use 'ESC' to return to the Main Menu, select item "1" and press [F2] to go to System Configuration. Select
item 'd', System Profile Management, and press [F2]. The following screen will be displayed.
System Name:
Profile Management
Site: Local
[F1]
+-------------------------------------------------------+
|[1] Profile Operation Configuration
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|[2] Profile Operation
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+-------------------------------------------------------+
+-------------------------------------------------------+
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Next[F2]
Back[ESC]
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+-------------------------------------------------------+
5.3.13.1 Profile Save Parameter Config
Pressing [F2] from the Profile Management page will bring up the Profile Save Parameter Config page.
Use this page to enable or disable the "auto save" function and set the "auto save interval". When auto save
is enabled, changes made to the configuration by any means (LCD, Console, Web, etc.) will automatically
be saved to Profile I at the predefined time interval.
System Name:
Profile Save Parameter Config
Site: Local
[F1] Auto-Saving :
OFF
[F3] Profile Auto Saving Interval : 1_____
minutes
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+
|
Confirm[F2]
Back[ESC]
|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+
The FMUX01A/Plus provides an Auto-Saving function, and auto saving interval.
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5.3.13.2 Profile Operation
The FMUX01A/Plus has three profile locations in non-volatile memory. Profile I and Profile II may contain
user programmed profile data (i.e. configuration). The factory default profile is read-only and set at factory.
Loading this profile will restore all settings of the multiplexer back to their factory originals.
System Name:
Profile Operation
Site: Local
Booting Profile:
Profile I
Profile Modification:
Y
[F1]
+--------------------------------------------+
|Profile I
|
|Profile II
|
|Profile Factory Default
#|
|
#|
|
#|
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#|
+--------------------------------------------+
+--------------------------------------------+
|
Load[F2]
Save[F3]
Back[ESC] |
+--------------------------------------------+
The profile settings can be selected between the local or remote multiplexer. The default boot profile may be
configured so that this is the profile automatically loaded when the multiplexer is cold started.
If the active profile had been changed during the configuration process, the "Profile Modification" will show
"Y". This reminds the user that in order to keep settings, the profile must be saved.
You may select either profile I or II then press [F3] function to save the current active configuration to it.
The next subsequent boot process will automatically configure the system with the saved profile. You may
also select either profile I or II then press [F2] function to immediately load the previously saved profile into
active configuration.
To restore to factory default, simply use the up/down arrow keys to highlight the Profile Factory Default,
then press [F2] and confirm the load with <OK>. If you want to reboot with factory defaults, then you need
to load the factory default and then save it to the default boot profile.
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5.4 Tributary Slot Interface Selection
There are two ways to configure these tributary cards one is in this screen and the other is in Chapter 5.12
Equipment Status Monitoring screen.
System Name:
Tributary Slot Interface Selection
[F1]
+-------------------------------------------------------+
|[1] E1 Interface Configuration
|
|[2] V.35 Interface Configuration
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|[3] T1 Interface Configuration
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|[4] FXO/FXS Interface Configuration
#|
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+-------------------------------------------------------+
+-------------------------------------------------------+
|
Next[F2]
Back[ESC]
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+-------------------------------------------------------+
FMUX01A/Plus provide four tributary interfaces :
(1) E1 Interface Configuration
(2) V.35 Interface Configuration
(3) T1 Interface Configuration
(4) FXO/FXS Interface Configuration
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5.4.1 E1 Interface Configuration
[F3]: Select local, remote or both sites by space bar, then press
the "Enter" key to select.
[F4]: Select 1~4 slots or all by space bar.
F5: Select which channel ID you wish to configure.
System Name:
[F3]Site: All
E1 Interface Parameters Config
[F4]SlotId: 2
[F5]ChId: All
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|[F1]St#/Sl#/Ch#
Service
Coding
Framing
T1/LBO Circuit Id
|
|E1/Lo/2/1
IS
HDB3
Unframed
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|E1/Lo/2/2
IS
HDB3
Unframed
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|E1/Lo/2/3
IS
HDB3
Unframed
#|
|E1/Lo/2/4
IS
HDB3
Unframed
#|
|E1/Re/2/1
IS
HDB3
Unframed
#|
|E1/Re/2/2
IS
HDB3
Unframed
#|
|E1/Re/2/3
IS
HDB3
Unframed
#|
|E1/Re/2/4
IS
HDB3
Unframed
#|
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#|
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#|
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+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|
Edit[F2]
Slot Edit[F6]
Group IS[F7]
Group OOS[F8]
Back[ESC] |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
You can edit E1 Parameters for each channel or all channels of the selected slot.
[F6] Slot Edit- Edit the parameters of all channels in the same slot.
[F7]/ [F8]- You can just press [F7] or [F8] to let the selected channel in the screen go into the In-service
state or out of service
If the EOC connection is lost, a symbol "-" will be shown for each remote unit configuration.
If user uses "4xE1S" (Simple) E1 card, it does not support framing function (it is unframed ONLY).
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[F2] Edit channel screen is shown below :
System Name:
E1 Parameters Channel Editing
Location : Local/Slot 1/Ch 1
[F1] Circuit Identifier : __________________
[F3] Service Mode
:
IS
[F4] Frame Type
:
Unframed
[F5] Line Coding
:
HDB3
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+
|
Confirm[F2]
Back[ESC]
|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+
The FMUX01A/Plus has two service modes which can select : OOS (Out of service) or IS (In service)
There are three types of E1 services : FAS+CRC, FAS only, Unframed. For 4xE1S module, Unframed is the
only supported frame type.
There are two types of E1 Line Coding : HDB3 or AMI
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5.4.2 V.35 Interface Configuration
System Name:
[F3]Site: All
V.35 Interface Parameters Config
[F4]SlotId: 4
[F5]ChId: All
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|[F1]St#/Sl#/Ch# Serv
ClkSrc Frame/PCM DataRate TxClk RxClk Circuit Id
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|V.35/Lo/4/1
IS Internal Unframed
2048K Normal Normal
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|V.35/Lo/4/2
IS Internal Unframed
2048K Normal Normal
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|V.35/Lo/4/3
IS Internal Unframed
2048K Normal Normal
#|
|V.35/Lo/4/4
IS Internal Unframed
2048K Normal Normal
#|
|V.35/Re/4/1
IS Internal Unframed
2048K Normal Normal
#|
|V.35/Re/4/2
IS Internal Unframed
2048K Normal Normal
#|
|V.35/Re/4/3
IS Internal Unframed
2048K Normal Normal
#|
|V.35/Re/4/4
IS Internal Unframed
2048K Normal Normal
#|
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+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|
Edit[F2]
Slot Edit[F6]
Group IS[F7]
Group OOS[F8]
Back[ESC] |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
If the EOC (Embedded Operations Channel) connection is closed, a symbol "-" will be shown for each Re
(remote) configuration. (for example, if fiber link is down it will effect EOC)
[F2] Edit channel screen is shown below :
System Name:
V.35 Parameters Ch Editing
Location : Local/Slot 4/Ch 1
[F1] Circuit Identifier : __________________
[F3] Service Mode
:
IS
[F4] Clock Source
:
Internal
[F5] Tx Clock
:
Normal
[F6] Rx Clock
:
Normal
[F7] Data Rate
:
2048K
[F8] Frame Mode
:
Unframed
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+
|
Confirm[F2]
Back[ESC]
|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+
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You can set the clock source for TC/RC as well as the polarity of TC and/or RC clock to fit the requirements
of different DTEs and varying data cable lengths.
PCM31 : 64K~1984K
PCM30 : 64K~1920K
Unframed : 2048K
Date Rate
To have stable V.35 data transmission performance, you must make sure to set the correct clock mode. The
following are two examples of setting.
(1)
Internal
Recovery
DCE CLK
DCE CLK
DTE
DTE
FMUX01A+
FMUX01A+
EXT-DTE
Recovery
(2)
INT
DCE CLK
DCE
DTE
FMUX01A+
FMUX01A+
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5.4.3 T1 (DS1) Interface Configuration
System Name:
[F3]Site: All
T1 Interface Parameters Config
[F4]SlotId: 2
[F5]ChId: All
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|[F1]St#/Sl#/Ch#
Service
Coding
Framing
T1/LBO Circuit Id
|
|T1/Lo/2/1
IS
B8ZS
Unframed
0-133 ft
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|T1/Lo/2/2
IS
B8ZS
Unframed
0-133 ft
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|T1/Lo/2/3
IS
B8ZS
Unframed
0-133 ft
#|
|T1/Lo/2/4
IS
B8ZS
Unframed
0-133 ft
#|
|T1/Re/2/1
IS
B8ZS
Unframed
0-133 ft
#|
|T1/Re/2/2
IS
B8ZS
Unframed
0-133 ft
#|
|T1/Re/2/3
IS
B8ZS
Unframed
0-133 ft
#|
|T1/Re/2/4
IS
B8ZS
Unframed
0-133 ft
#|
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+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|
Edit[F2]
Slot Edit[F6]
Group IS[F7]
Group OOS[F8]
Back[ESC] |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
If the EOC (Embedded Operations Channel) connection is closed, a symbol "-" will be shown for each Re
(remote) configuration. (for example, if fiber link is down it will effect EOC)
[F2] Edit channel screen is shown below :
System Name:
T1 Parameters Channel Editing
Location : Local/Slot 1/Ch 1
[F1] Circuit Identifier : __________________
[F3] Service Mode
:
IS
[F4] Frame Type
:
Unframed
[F5] Line Coding
:
B8ZS
[F6] LBO Setting
:
0-133 ft
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+
|
Confirm[F2]
Back[ESC]
|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+
There are two T1 Line Codings : B8ZS or AMI
There are five LBO (Line Build Out) settings : 0-133ft / 133-266ft / 266-399ft / 399-533ft / 533-655ft .
4xT1 card modules supports unframed, clear channel T1 (DS1) only.
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5.4.4 FXO/FXS Interface Configuration
System Name:
[F3]Site: All
FXO/FXS Interface Parameters Config
[F4]SlotId: 3
[F5]ChId: All
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|[F1]St#/Sl#/Ch#
Service
Circuit Id
|
|Fxo/Lo/3/1
IS
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|Fxo/Lo/3/2
IS
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|Fxo/Lo/3/3
IS
#|
|Fxo/Lo/3/4
IS
#|
|Fxo/Re/3/1
IS
#|
|Fxo/Re/3/2
IS
#|
|Fxo/Re/3/3
IS
#|
|Fxo/Re/3/4
IS
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|
Edit[F2]
Slot Edit[F6]
Group IS[F7]
Group OOS[F8]
Back[ESC] |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
If the EOC (Embedded Operations Channel) connection is closed, a symbol "-" will be shown for each Re
(remote) configuration. (for example, if fiber link is down it will effect EOC)
[F2] Edit channel screen is shown below :
System Name:
FXO/FXS Parameters Ch Editing
Location : Local/Slot 3/Ch 1
[F1] Circuit Identifier : __________________
[F3] Service Mode
:
IS
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+
|
Confirm[F2]
Back[ESC]
|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+
The only setting for FXO/FXS tributary is In-Service / Out-Of-Service setting.
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5.5 Optical Interface Parameters Configuration
System Name:
Optical Interface Parameters Config
[F3]Site: All
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|[F1]St# WO ALS SbOE APS Rvt Lock LckRule
OLARS
AggrId
OE1Id
OE2Id |
|-------- -- --- ---- --- --- ---- --------- ------- -------- ------- ------- |
|Aggr/Lo
1 OFF
ON ON ON
ON
10min/6
3600
|
|Aggr/Re
1 OFF
ON ON ON
ON
10min/6
3600
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|
Edit[F2]
Back[ESC]
|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
[F2] Edit channel screen is shown below :
System Name:
Site Id :
Optical Interface Parameters Editing
Local
[F1] Aggr Circuit Identifier : ________________________
OE 1 Circuit Identifier : ________________________
OE 2 Circuit Identifier : ________________________
[F3] Working OE :
1
[F5] Standby OE Service :
[F7] OE Revertive :
ON
ON
[F4] ALS :
OFF
[F6] APS :
ON
[F8] OE Locked :
OE Locked Rule :10_ min 6__ times
ON
OE Lock AutoRel Sec:3600__
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+
|
Confirm[F2]
Back[ESC]
|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+
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[F4]ALS (Auto Laser Shutdown) : Please refer to the definition of ITU-T G.664, when FMUX01A/Plus
detects " LOS " and the " ALS " function is enabled at the same time, then OE will shutdown the signal of
Tx. It will try to re-detect the signal automatically every 100 seconds. If the alarm of LOS is not removed
immediately, the device needs to wait another 100 seconds before turning the optical Tx on again. If the
LOS status is cleared, the system will return to normal state and transmit laser signal again.
[F6] APS (Auto Protection Switch) : While "OFF" is selected, "OE Revertive/ OeLocked/ OeLocked Rule/
OE Lock AutoRel Sec" will disappear from the menu.
[F7] OE Revertive : When [F7] set to "OFF", "OeLocked/ OeLocked Rule/ Oe Lock AutoRel Sec" will
disappear from the menu.
[F8] OE Locked : When [F8] set to "OFF", "OeLocked Rule/ Oe Lock AutoRel Sec" will disappear from the
mneu.
When [F8] is set to "ON" :
OE Locked Rule : Locks the optical system if switched to protect line " m " times with in " n " minutes.
("n" and "m" depends on user's definition ) (Default : m=6 ; n=10 )
OE Locked AutoRel Sec : If the function of OE Locked is enabled, it will be auto-release after " x "
seconds. (Default : x=3600)
Info : If the function of the OE Locked is activate, then it needs to be released as in the example screen of "
5.9 OE Protection Switching "
Info : User cannot configure the functions not showing on the menu. When user reboots the equipment, the
setting reloads the default value.
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5.6 Trunk Ethernet Parameters Configuration
5.6.1 Introduction
The trunk Ethernet refers to the 100Mbps trunk speed within the 155M fiber link reserved for the dedicated
Ethernet channel. The remaining trunk speed is utilized for the tributary card transmissions (E1, T1, V.35,
FXO/FXS), Embedded Operations Channel, asynchronous RS-232 channel, order wire and proprietary
framing overhead. The trunk Ethernet terminates in each multiplexer at a 5-Port 10/100 Ethernet Switch
Controller. Three Ethernet LAN ports are available by RJ-45 connection on the front panel.
The following figure shows how the switch is incorporated into the multiplexer. The SNMP agent is
internally connected to the 5 port switch.
To aggregate
(fiber)
5 Port Switch
SNMP
agent
LAN1 LAN2 SNMP (front panel)
5.6.2 Configuration
From the main menu, arrow down or keyin '4' to select the Trunk Ethernet Parameters Configuration.
Press [F2].
System Name:
Main Menu
[F1]
+-------------------------------------------------------+
|[1] System Configuration
#|
|[2] Tributary Slot Parameters Configuration
#|
|[3] Optical Interface Parameters Configuration
#|
|[4] Trunk Ethernet Parameters Configuration
|
|[5] Data Port Parameters Configuration
#|
|[6] Performance Management Threshold Configuration
#|
|[7] Fault Management Parameters Configuration
#|
|[8] External Clock Configuration and Monitoring
#|
|[9] OE Protection Switching
#|
|[a] Equipment Status Monitoring
#|
|[b] Performance Monitoring
#|
|[c] Path Alarm/State Monitoring
#|
|[d] Loopback/V.54 Testing
#|
|[e] PRBS Testing
#|
|[f] Event Browsing
#|
+-------------------------------------------------------+
+-------------------------------------------------------+
|
Next[F2]
Help[F3]
Logout[F4]
|
+-------------------------------------------------------+
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5.6.3 Trunk Ethernet General Parameter Config
The Trunk Ethernet Configuration menu is displayed below. There are three options. The first option,
General Configuration, sets up one of five different schemes of port mirroring and will be explained in
detail later. The Ethernet Port Configuration sets the service (IS or OOS), negotiation, speed, duplex and
flow control per port. The third menu Port Rate Configuration, provides ingress/egress bandwidth
configuration per port.
System Name:
Trunk Ethernet Configuration Selection
[F1]
+-------------------------------------------------------+
|[1] Trunk Ethernet General Configuration
|
|[2] Trunk Ethernet Port Configuration
|
|[3] Trunk Ethernet Port Rate Configuration
|
|
|
|
|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
+-------------------------------------------------------+
+-------------------------------------------------------+
|
Next[F2]
Back[ESC]
|
+-------------------------------------------------------+
+-------------------------------------------------------+
Press [F2] to enter the General Configuration menu.
System Name:
Trunk Ethernet General Parameter Config
Site: Local
[F1] Network Management Mode :
OutBand (Mgmt Port)
Site: Remote
[F3] Network Management Mode :
OutBand (Mgmt Port)
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+
|
Confirm[F2]
Back[ESC]
|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+
Function key [F1] selects the local unit while [F3] selects the remote unit. Use the 'space' key to toggle the
five different setting options.
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Outband (Mgmt Port)
To aggregate
(fiber)
5 Port Switch
SNMP
agent
LAN1 LAN2 SNMP (front panel)
In this scenario, the two ports LAN1 and LAN2 will link to the aggregate channel. The management port,
SNMP, links directly to the SNMP agent (out-band) and cannot pass traffic to the aggregate. Any
connection to the LAN ports or from the remote multiplexer will not be able to access the SNMP agent or
SNMP front panel port. This is the default setting.
Outband (All Port)
5 Port Switch
To aggregate
(fiber)
SNMP
agent
LAN1 LAN2 SNMP (front panel)
In this scenario, all three ports may connect directly to the SNMP agent (out-band) and to the aggregate link.
There is link between the aggregate and the SNMP agent. The remote multiplexer cannot access the SNMP
agent.
Inband
5 Port Switch
SNMP
agent
To aggregate
(fiber)
LAN1 LAN2 SNMP (front panel)
In this scenario, all three local ports will link to the aggregate channel. The SNMP agent is managed
remotely through the aggregate channel (in-band). There is no local access to the SNMP agent.
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Inband+Outband (Mgmt Port)
5 Port Switch
To aggregate
(fiber)
SNMP
agent
LAN1 LAN2 SNMP (front panel)
In this scenario, the two front panel ports, LAN1 and LAN2, connect to the fiber aggregate. The front panel
SNMP port connects directly to the SNMP agent. The SNMP agent is also accessible from the aggregate (inband) for remote management.
Inband+Outband (All Port)
5 Port Switch
SNMP
agent
To aggregate
(fiber)
LAN1 LAN2 SNMP (front panel)
In this scenario, all ports are connected together as a normal switching HUB. Both in-band and out-band
management are supported (local and remote) and all three front panel ports may be used as LAN1, LAN2
and LAN3 freely.
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The following shows how the Management Modes can be used to secure and isolate the management traffic.
In the following scenario, the remote multiplexer has set the trunk Ethernet to "Inband". All three Ethernet
ports, LAN1, LAN2, and SNMP can be used by the remote users for aggregate traffic. No remote user is
able to access the SNMP management interface.
Remote users
SW HUB
Data traffic
L1 L2
M
console
RS-232
Remote B
Inband
fiber
Outband(All Port)
Local A
console
NMS
SW HUB
Local
User
The local multiplexer has configured the trunk Ethernet to "Outband(All Port)". In this way any local
(trusted) user on any of the three Ethernet ports can connect to the remote user and to both the local and
remote SNMP interface.
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5.6.4 Trunk Ethernet Parameter Config
The Trunk Ethernet Parameters Config screen will show the LAN1, LAN2 and SNMP management (M)
ports for both local (Lo) and remote (Re) multiplexers.
System Name:
Trunk Ethernet Parameters Config
[F3]Site: All
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|[F1]St#/Pt# Serv Auto-Nego Duplex-Type Speed Flow-Ctrl
Circuit Id |
|LAN/Lo/1
IS
ON
Full
100M
OFF
|
|LAN/Lo/2
IS
ON
Full
100M
OFF
|
|LAN/Lo/M
IS
ON
Full
100M
OFF
|
|LAN/Re/1
IS
ON
Full
100M
OFF
#|
|LAN/Re/2
IS
ON
Full
100M
OFF
#|
|LAN/Re/M
IS
ON
Full
100M
OFF
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|
Edit[F2]
Group IS[F5]
Group OOS[F6]
Back[ESC]
|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Each port can set an identifier reference "name", set the service mode, enable or disable auto-negotiation,
configure speed and duplex in forced mode (auto disabled) and enable or disable Ethernet flow control.
System Name:
Trunk Ethernet Parameters Slot Editing
Location : Local/Port 1
[F1] Circuit Identifier : __________________
[F3] Service Mode
:
IS
[F4] Auto-Negotiation
:
ON
[F5] Duplex Type
:
Full
[F6] Ethernet Speed
:
100M
[F7] Flow Control
:
OFF
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+
|
Confirm[F2]
Back[ESC]
|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+
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5.6.5 Trunk Ethernet Rate Configuration
Each of three ports, LAN1, LAN2 and SNMP support individual bandwidth control for ingress and egress in
64K increments, up to 100M. From the main Trunk Ethernet Configuration menu page, select item number
3, Trunk Ethernet Port Rate Configuration.
System Name:
Trunk Ethernet Port Rate Configuration
Site: < Local >
Ingress(Nx64K)
Egress(Nx64K)
[F3] Port 1:
1526_
1526_
Port 2:
1526_
1526_
Port M:
1526_
1526_
[F4] Port 1:
1526_
1526_
Port 2:
1526_
1526_
Port M:
1526_
1526_
Site: < Remote >
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+
|
Confirm[F2]
Back[ESC]
|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+
100M=1526
10M=152
Ingress (RX)
Egress (TX)
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5.7 Data Port Parameter Configuration
On the front panel of the FMUX01A/Plus is an RJ-45 port labeled 'RS-232'. This port is just to the right of
the 'Console' port and provides an asynchronous RS-232 tributary clear channel between the local and
remote multiplexers. The following screen is used to configure the communication parameters.
System Name:
Data Port Configuration
Site
:
<
Local
>
<
Remote
[F3] Baud Rate :
115200
115200
[F4] Data Bit
:
8
8
[F5] Parity
:
Disable
Disable
[F6] Stop Bit
:
1 bit
1 bit
>
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+
|
Confirm[F2]
Back[ESC]
|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+
Use [F3] to select baud rate and toggle the different rates with the "space" bar.
Use [F4] to set the data bit length for the asynchronous data.
Use [F5] to set the parity, use "space" to toggle between Odd, Even, or No parity.
Use [F6] to set the stop bit length. Again, use "space" to toggle through the parameter settings.
Confirm settings by pressing [F2].
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5.8 PM Threshold Configuration
System Name:
PM Threshold Configuration
[F1]
+-------------------------------------------------------+
|[1] Dsx1 Interface Threshold Setting
|
|[2] Aggregate Interface Threshold Setting
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
+-------------------------------------------------------+
+-------------------------------------------------------+
|
Next[F2]
Back[ESC]
|
+-------------------------------------------------------+
This function is used to setup the threshold values that meet the requirement to issue an actual alarm.
If TCA alarm is enabled, the alarm of TCA will be released after min/day.
If the value is " 0 ", the TCA will be disabled.
E1 Interface Threshold Setting : Electrical interface threshold setting.
Aggregate Interface Threshold Setting : Optical interface threshold setting.
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5.8.1 E1 Interface Threshold Setting
System Name:
[F3]Site: All
Dsx1 Threshold Parameters Setting
[F4]SlotId: 1
ChId: All
[F5]PM Table: All
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|[F1]St/Sl#/Ch#/PMType
LCV LES LSES
PCV PES PSES PUAS |
|Lo/1/1/Quarter
0
0
0
0
0
0
0 |
|Lo/1/1/Day
0
0
0
0
0
0
0 #|
|Lo/1/2/Quarter
0
0
0
0
0
0
0 #|
|Lo/1/2/Day
0
0
0
0
0
0
0 #|
|Lo/1/3/Quarter
0
0
0
0
0
0
0 #|
|Lo/1/3/Day
0
0
0
0
0
0
0 #|
|Lo/1/4/Quarter
0
0
0
0
0
0
0 #|
|Lo/1/4/Day
0
0
0
0
0
0
0 #|
|Re/1/1/Quarter
0
0
0
0
0
0
0 #|
|Re/1/1/Day
0
0
0
0
0
0
0 #|
|Re/1/2/Quarter
0
0
0
0
0
0
0 #|
|Re/1/2/Day
0
0
0
0
0
0
0 #|
|Re/1/3/Quarter
0
0
0
0
0
0
0 #|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|
Edit[F2]
Disable[F6]
All Disable[F7]
Back[ESC]
|
You can use the function keys to modify the selected traffic link. There are two PM types that may be
chosen : Quarter (15 minute interval) or day (24 hour interval).
[F6] Disable :Disable the PM TCA alarm on the selected E1 path selected by highlight.
[F7] All Disable :Disable the PM TCA alarm on all selected E1 paths by the selection filters.
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System Name:
Dsx1 Threshold Parameters Editing
Local /Slot 1/Channel 1/Quarter
[F1] Line:
LCV:0_____
LES:0___
LSES:0___
PES:0___
PSES:0___
[F3] Path:
PCV:0_____
PUAS:0___
+-----------------------------------------------+
|
Confirm[F2]
Back[ESC]
|
+-----------------------------------------------+
[F1] Line :
LCV : Line Code Violation
LES : Line Error Second
LSES : Line Several Error Second
[F3] Path :
PCV : Path Code Violation
PES : Path Error Second
PSES : Path Several Error Second
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5.8.2 Aggregate Interface Threshold Setting
System Name:
[F3]Site: All
Aggregate Threshold Parameters Setting
[F4]PM Table: All
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|[F1]Site/PMType
LES
LSES
PCV
PES
PSES
PUAS
|
|Lo/Quarter
0
0
0
0
0
0
|
|Lo/Day
0
0
0
0
0
0
|
|Re/Quarter
0
0
0
0
0
0
|
|Re/Day
0
0
0
0
0
0
|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|
Edit[F2]
Disable[F5]
All Disable[F6]
Back[ESC]
|
You can use the function keys to modify the selected traffic link. There are two PM types that can
be selected : Quarter (15 minute interval) or day (24 hour interval).
System Name:
Aggregate Threshold Parameters Editing
Local /Quarter
[F1] Line:
LES:0___
LSES:0___
[F3] Path:
PCV:0_____
PES:0___
PSES:0___
PUAS:0___
+-----------------------------------------------+
|
Confirm[F2]
Back[ESC]
|
+-----------------------------------------------+
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5.9 Fault Management Parameters Configuration
System Name:
Fault Parameter Configuration
[F1]
+-------------------------------------------------------+
|[1] Alarm Severity Config
|
|[2] Power Failure Monitoring Parameter Config
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
+-------------------------------------------------------+
+-------------------------------------------------------+
|
Local[F2]
Remote[F3]
Back[ESC]
|
+-------------------------------------------------------+
FMUX01A/Plus provides fault management function by setting the alarm severity for each failure alarm.
5.9.1 Alarm Severity Config
System Name:
Fault Parameter Configuration
[F1]
+-------------------------------------------------------+
|[1] Alarm Severity Config
|
|[2] Power Failure Monitoring Parameter Config
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
+-------------------------------------------------------+
+-------------------------------------------------------+
|
Local[F2]
Remote[F3]
Back[ESC]
|
+-------------------------------------------------------+
The administrator can define alarm severity and easily manage alarm status.
If the alarm severity is configured as Critical or Major, the MAJ LED will be turned to red when an alarm
occurs. Otherwise, Minor and Warning alarms will make MIN LED turn to yellow.
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5.9.2 Power Failure Monitoring Parameter Config
System Name:
Power Failure Monitoring Parameter Config
Site: Local
[F1] Power 1 Failure Monitoring :
OFF
[F3] Power 2 Failure Monitoring :
OFF
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+
|
Confirm[F2]
Back[ESC]
|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+
This provides the function for power monitoring. When "ON" is selected and the power module fails, the
alarm will be issued.
5.10 External Clock Configuration and Monitoring
The external clock is an optional component of the multiplexer and is not a standard item. You cannot use
the external clock input connector or configure, if the option is not installed at the factory.
System Name:
External Clock Config and Monitoring
[F1]
+-------------------------------------------------------+
|[1] External Clock Config
|
|[2] External Clock Monitoring
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
+-------------------------------------------------------+
+-------------------------------------------------------+
|
Next[F2]
Back[ESC]
|
+-------------------------------------------------------+
To provide more stable sync for the system, you can use the optional external clock module.
This provides an extra external clock input for the whole system's reference.
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5.10.1 External Clock Config
System Name:
[F1]
External Clock Config and Monitoring
<Local>
External Clock Module Service :
[F3]
OOS
<Remote>
External Clock Module Service :
OOS
+-------------------------------------------------------+
|
Next[F2]
Back[ESC]
|
+-------------------------------------------------------+
User can select OOS or IS to turn on or off the external clock input.
If the EOC connection fails or the External clock module is not installed, the configuration settings will not
appear.
EXT CLK pin assignment
(front view of RJ45 type connector of FMUX01A+)
Pin 1 and Pin 2 of RJ-45 are used for E1 PCM data or TTL Clock input
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5.10.2 External Clock Monitoring
System Name:
External Clock Monitoring
[F2]Site: All
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|[F1]Site
EquipStatus
Service
Alarm
Severity
|
|Local
Equipped
OOS
|
|Remote
Unequipped
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|
Back[ESC]
|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
If the External Clock Module is found, the EquipStatus will show as "Equipped". If no module is installed in
the system, "Unequipped" will be shown on the display.
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5.1 OE Protection Switching
System Name:
OE Protection Switching
[F3]Site: All
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|[F1]
Configuration
OE Protection Switching Status
OE Status
|
|--------- --------------- -------------------------------- -------------- |
|Ag/OE Id# APS ALS Rvt LCK WorkingOE Locked SwNo LeftRelSec
Alarm
Tx
|
|--------- --- --- --- --- --------- ------ ---- ---------- ------- ------ |
|Lo/Aggr
ON ON ON ON
1
OFF
0
|
|Lo/OE1
ON |
|Lo/OE2
ON |
|Re/Aggr
ON ON ON ON
1
OFF
0
#|
|Re/OE1
ON#|
|Re/OE2
ON#|
1
2
3
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|
OE Lock/Release[F2]
OE Restart[F4]
OE Restart-Test[F5]
Back[ESC] |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
User can configure the active OE module as either locked or as released. The OE module
manual restart is also accomplished from this screen.
1.Configuration :
Shows the configuration of APS (Automatic Protection Switching), ALS (Automatic Laser
Shutdown), Rvt (revertive operation), LCK (lockout the active OE module) from section 4.5
"Optical Interface Parameters Configuration".
2.OE Protection Switching Status :
Shows the current status of active OE module, the status of Lock-out mechanism, the OE
module switched times by automatic or manually, and the seconds left for release after locked
state. The Lock-out mechanism can be activated or deactivated by command "OE Lock/Release
[F2]" on the aggregate interface. Some parameters are configured at 5.5 "Optical Interface
Parameters Configuration".
3.OE Status :
Shows the alarm and laser status of the OE modules. The shut down lasers can be restarted by
command "OE Restart [F4]" and "OE Restart-Test [F5]" on the OE interfaces.
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Automatic laser shutdown and restart concept
The ALS mechanism implemented in FMUX01A/Plus is compliant with ITU Recommendation ITU-T
G.664. The ALS mechanism can be enabled or disabled in 5.5 Optical Interface Parameters Configuration.
<< Flow Chart>>
Start
ALS operation enable
Yes
Receive signal from far end?
No
No
Loss of received signal
Yes
Auto power shutdown
Automatic restart
Manual OE restart
Manual OE restart for test
Delay time (100s)
Tx on for (2s)
Tx on for (2s)
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5.12 Equipment Status Monitoring
On the equipment status monitoring screen, the user can get an overall view of the alarm status of the
interlinked rack systems. This screen also provides an easy way for operator to provision tributary cards.
[Pwr] -- power supply
FAN -- fan monitor
System Name:
Equipment Status Monitoring
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|<Lo> HwVer: 1.0.3|
Optical
| TB CH/ETH
1/LINK 2/FDX 3/100M 4/10M |
| MAJ: R
PWR: G | [OE1]
[OE2] | LAN 1
- |
| MIN: LCK: - | LSR: Y LSR: Y | LAN 2
- |
| LBK: RNG: - | LOS: - LOS: - | LAN M
- |
| RDI: ACO: - | WK: G
WK: - | TB1/G 4xT1S
G
G
G
G |
|----------------------------------| TB2/G 4xFXO
- |
| [PWR1]: F [FAN]: - [ExtAlm1]: L | TB3/G4xE1S/B
G
G
G
G |
| [PWR2]: [ExtAlm2]: L | TB4/G4xE1S/B
G
G
G
G |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|<Re> HwVer:
|
Optical
| TB CH/ETH
1/LINK 2/FDX 3/100M 4/10M |
PWR: G | [OE1]
[OE2] | LAN 1
|
| MAJ: R
| MIN:
LCK:
| LSR: Y LSR: Y | LAN 2
|
| LBK:
RNG:
| LOS:
LOS:
| LAN M
|
| RDI:
ACO:
| WK: G
WK:
| TB1/G 4xT1S
G
G
G
G |
|
|----------------------------------| TB2/G 4xFXS
| [PWR1]: F [FAN]:
[ExtAlm1]: L | TB3/G4xE1S/B
G
G
G
G |
| [PWR2]:
[ExtAlm2]: L | TB4/G4xE1S/B
G
G
G
G |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|Lo->Re[F1] TB1 Edit[F2] TB2 Edit[F3] TB3 Edit[F4] TB4 Edit[F5] Back[ESC]|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
"H" indicates an external alarm is occurring
"L" indicates there is no external alarm
-
" " indicates normal status
"F" indicates "Failure"
"G" indicates "green" LED
"R" indicates "red" LED
"4xE1S" means simple E1 card which
supports unframed function only.
"B" indicates E1 Balanced RJ45(120Ω
Ω)
"U" indicates E1 Unbalanced BNC (75Ω
Ω)
"Y" indicates "yellow" LED
" " indicates the device is absent
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Local site tributary card setup :
System Name:
Equipment Status Monitoring
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|<Lo> HwVer: 1.0.3|
Optical
| TB CH/ETH
1/LINK 2/FDX 3/100M 4/10M |
PWR: G | [OE1]
[OE2] | LAN 1
- |
| MAJ: R
| MIN: LCK: - | LSR: Y LSR: Y | LAN 2
- |
| LBK: RNG: - | LOS: - LOS: - | LAN M
- |
| RDI: ACO: - | WK: G
WK: - | TB1/G 4xT1S
G
G
G
G |
|----------------------------------| TB2/G 4xFXO
- |
| [PWR1]: F [FAN]: - [ExtAlm1]: L | TB3/G4xE1S/B
G
G
G
G |
| [PWR2]: [ExtAlm2]: L | TB4/G4xE1S/B
G
G
G
G |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|<Re> HwVer:
|
Optical
| TB CH/ETH
1/LINK 2/FDX 3/100M 4/10M |
| MAJ: R
PWR: G | [OE1]
[OE2] | LAN 1
|
|
| MIN:
LCK:
| LSR: Y LSR: Y | LAN 2
| LBK:
RNG:
| LOS:
LOS:
| LAN M
|
| RDI:
ACO:
| WK: G
WK:
| TB1/G 4xT1S
G
G
G
G |
|----------------------------------| TB2/G 4xFXS
|
| [PWR1]: F [FAN]:
[ExtAlm1]: L | TB3/G4xE1S/B
G
G
G
G |
| [PWR2]:
[ExtAlm2]: L | TB4/G4xE1S/B
G
G
G
G |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|Lo->Re[F1] TB1 Edit[F2] TB2 Edit[F3] TB3 Edit[F4] TB4 Edit[F5] Back[ESC]|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
When user plugs any card in TB3, this row will
show TB card data here. User can check and or
configure by pressing [F4] key.
Lo is Local site, use [F1] to toggle
card parameters setting screen:
System Name:
E1 Parameters Channel Editing
Location : Local/Slot 3/Ch 1
[F1] Circuit Identifier : __________________
[F3] Service Mode
:
IS
[F4] Frame Type
:
Unframed
[F5] Line Coding
:
HDB3
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+
|
Confirm[F2]
Back[ESC]
|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+
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Remote site tributary card setup :
System Name:
Equipment Status Monitoring
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|<Lo> HwVer: 1.0.3|
Optical
| TB CH/ETH
1/LINK 2/FDX 3/100M 4/10M |
| MAJ: R
PWR: G | [OE1]
[OE2] | LAN 1
- |
| MIN: LCK: - | LSR: Y LSR: Y | LAN 2
- |
| LBK: RNG: - | LOS: - LOS: - | LAN M
- |
| RDI: ACO: - | WK: G
WK: - | TB1/G 4xT1S
G
G
G
G |
|----------------------------------| TB2/G 4xFXO
- |
| [PWR1]: F [FAN]: - [ExtAlm1]: L | TB3/G4xE1S/B
G
G
G
G |
| [PWR2]: [ExtAlm2]: L | TB4/G4xE1S/B
G
G
G
G |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|<Re> HwVer:
|
Optical
| TB CH/ETH
1/LINK 2/FDX 3/100M 4/10M |
| MAJ: R
PWR: G | [OE1]
[OE2] | LAN 1
|
| MIN:
LCK:
| LSR: Y LSR: Y | LAN 2
|
| LBK:
RNG:
| LOS:
LOS:
| LAN M
|
| RDI:
ACO:
| WK: G
WK:
| TB1/G 4xT1S
G
G
G
G |
|----------------------------------| TB2/G 4xFXS
|
| [PWR1]: F [FAN]:
[ExtAlm1]: L | TB3/G4xE1S/B
G
G
G
G |
| [PWR2]:
[ExtAlm2]: L | TB4/G4xE1S/B
G
G
G
G |
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|Re->Lo[F1] TB1 Edit[F2] TB2 Edit[F3] TB3 Edit[F4] TB4 Edit[F5] Back[ESC]|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
When user plugs any card in TB3, this row will
show TB card data here. User can check and or
configure by pressing [F4] key.
Re is Remote site, use [F1] to toggle
card parameters setting screen:
System Name:
E1 Parameters Channel Editing
Location : Remote/Slot 3/Ch 1
[F1] Circuit Identifier : __________________
[F3] Service Mode
:
IS
[F4] Frame Type
:
Unframed
[F5] Line Coding
:
HDB3
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+
|
Confirm[F2]
Back[ESC]
|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
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5.13 Performance Monitoring
System Name:
[F3]Site: All
Performance Monitoring
[F4]SlotId: All
[F5]ChId: All
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|[F1]St#/Sl#/Ch#
ValidQuarter
ValidDay
Alarm |
|Aggr/Lo
3
0
- |
|E1/Lo/1/1
3
0
- |
|E1/Lo/1/2
3
0
-#|
|E1/Lo/1/3
3
0
-#|
|E1/Lo/1/4
3
0
-#|
|Aggr/Re
1
0
-#|
|E1/Re/1/1
1
0
-#|
|E1/Re/1/2
1
0
-#|
|E1/Re/1/3
1
0
-#|
|E1/Re/1/4
1
0
-#|
|
#|
|
#|
|
#|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|
Monitor[F2]
Reset[F6]
Reset All[F7]
Back[ESC]
|
The performance monitoring screen will show the valid quarters (15 minute intervals) and valid days (24
hour intervals) that have been counted for each card (Fiber Aggregate; E1 or T1 type card). Select the card
and access the next screen to see the detail performance data by pressing [F2].
[F6] Reset : to clear all PM counters on the selected monitoring path
[F7] Reset All : to clear all PM counters on the All monitoring paths
Performance monitoring is only supported on E1 or T1 card. The E1S card (unframed) only supports BPV
error but cannot support CRC4 error monitoring (framed mode card is required for that).
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System Name:
[F3] PM Type: HistQuart
Aggregate/Local
[F4] Range: 1~12
Valid Quart:3
Day:0
[F1]
Line
Path
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|Quarter Id
CV
ES
SES
CV
ES
SES
UAS
ALM |
| 1
90
0
0
0
0
90
|
| 2
0
0
0
0
0
0
|
| 3
0
0
0
0
0
0
#|
| 4
0
0
0
0
0
0
#|
| 5
0
0
0
0
0
0
#|
| 6
0
0
0
0
0
0
#|
| 7
0
0
0
0
0
0
#|
| 8
0
0
0
0
0
0
#|
| 9
0
0
0
0
0
0
#|
| 10
0
0
0
0
0
0
#|
| 11
0
0
0
0
0
0
#|
| 12
0
0
0
0
0
0
#|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|
Reset[F2]
Reset All[F5]
Back[ESC]
|
There are five types of PM:
1. CurrQuart (Current 15 minute interval)
2. HistQuart (History Quarter)
3. CurrDay (Current 24 hour Day)
4. HistDay (History Day)
5. Quarter (15 minute interval)
[F2] Reset : to clear the selected PM type
[F5] Reset All : to clear all the PM type
CV = Code Violation
ES = Errored Seconds
SES = Severely Errored Seconds
UAS = UnAvailable Seconds
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5.14 Path Alarm Monitoring
System Name:
[F2]Site: All
Path Alarm Monitoring
[F3]SlotId: All
[F4]ChId: All
[F5]If: All
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|[F1]If/St/Sl/Ch
Alarm/State
Severity
Loopback
PRBS-Gen |
|Aggr/Lo
|
|LAN/Lo/1
#|
|LAN/Lo/2
LinkDown
MAJ
#|
|LAN/Lo/M
LinkDown
MAJ
#|
|OE/Lo/1/W
#|
|OE/Lo/2/P
#|
|E1/Lo/1/1
OFF#|
|E1/Lo/1/2
OFF#|
|E1/Lo/1/3
OFF#|
|E1/Lo/1/4
OFF#|
|Fxo/Lo/3/1
On-Hook
#|
|Fxo/Lo/3/2
On-Hook
#|
|Fxo/Lo/3/3
On-Hook
#|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|
Back[ESC]
|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
This screen shows all of alarm status for all monitored paths. Some diagnostic testing work will cause
alarms to occur. The status of loopback (V.54) and PRBS action are shown as well.
The possible alarm for each interface are :
OE
: LOS
Aggregate : LOF/RDI/AIS
E1
: LOS/LOF/RDI/AIS
T1
: LOS/LOF/RDI/AIS
V35
: LOS
Ethernet : LINK
LOS = Loss Of Sync
LOF = Loss Of Framing
RDI = Remote Defect Indicator
AIS = Alarm Indication Signal
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5.15 Loopback/V.54 Testing
System Name:
[F3]Site: All
Loopback/V.54 Testing
[F4]SlotId: All
[F5]ChId: All
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|[F1]If/St#/Sl#/Ch#
LoLbk/ANA
ReLbk/DIG
REM
PRBS-Gen
Alarm |
|Aggr/Lo
OFF
OFF
- |
|E1/Lo/1/1
OFF
OFF
OFF
- #|
|E1/Lo/1/2
OFF
OFF
OFF
- #|
|E1/Lo/1/3
OFF
OFF
OFF
- #|
|E1/Lo/1/4
OFF
OFF
OFF
- #|
|RS530/Lo/4/1
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
LOS #|
|RS530/Lo/4/2
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
LOS #|
|RS530/Lo/4/3
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
LOS #|
|RS530/Lo/4/4
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
LOS #|
|Aggr/Re
OFF
OFF
- #|
|E1/Re/1/1
OFF
OFF
OFF
- #|
|E1/Re/1/2
OFF
OFF
OFF
- #|
|E1/Re/1/3
OFF
OFF
OFF
- #|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|
LoLbk/ANA[F2]
ReLbk/DIG[F6]
REM[F7]
Back[ESC]
|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
For diagnostic purposes, low speed E1 or V.35 data channels and high speed aggregate signals can be
locally looped back or remotely looped back.
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5.15.1 Loopback Testing
Introduction
There are four types of loopback functions for the E1/T1 Module :
Tributary Local Loopback (for each E1 signal)
Aggregate Local Loopback (for all multiplexed E1 signals)
Aggregate Remote Loopback (for all multiplexed E1 signals)
Tributary Remote Loopback. (for each E1 signal)
Users can select whether to diagnose a specific channel or all channels under the loopback / V.54 Testing.
Local site
Remote site
a. Tributary Local Loopback : In the Loopback / V.54 Testing screen, select the slot ID which is on the
tributary card in the local site, then choose "LoLbk / ANA" item.
b. Aggregate Local Loopback : In the Loopback / V.54 Testing screen, select the aggregate item
("Aggr/Lo") in the local site then choose "LoLbk / ANA" item.
c. Aggregate Remote Loopback : In the Loopback / V.54 Testing screen, select the aggregate item
("Aggr/Re") in the remote site then choose "ReLbk / DIG" item.
d. Tributary Remote Loopback : In the Loopback / V.54 Testing screen, select the slot ID which is on the
tributary card in the remote site then choose "ReLbk / DIG" item.
Info : In the E1/T1 module, the "REM" loopback is not available. It is only for the V.35 module.
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There are three types of loopback functions for the V.35 Module :
a. Analog (ANA) Loopback :
b. Digital (DIG) Loopback
c. Request Remote (REM) Loopback
V35 card
a.
V35 card
b.
c.
DTE
DTE
Optical
Local Site
Remote Site
a. Analog (ANA) Loopback : In the Loopback / V.54 Testing screen, select the slot ID which is on the
tributary card in the local site, then choose "LoLbk / ANA" item.
b. Digital (DIG) Loopback : In the Loopback / V.54 Testing screen, select the slot ID which is on the
tributary card in the local site, then choose "ReLbk / DIG" item.
c. Request Remote (REM) Loopback : In the Loopback / V.54 Testing screen, select the slot ID which is on
the tributary card in the local site, then choose "REM" item.
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Info :function key [F8]
If the EOC (embedded operations channel) is broken, such as when running the aggregate remote loopback
from the remote, the [F8] Undo-AgReLBK key can be used to rebuilt the EOC channel. However, if optical
signal is lost, this function will not be enabled.
System Name:
[F3]Site: All
Loopback/V.54 Testing
[F4]SlotId: All
[F5]ChId: All
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|[F1]If/St#/Sl#/Ch#
LoLbk/ANA
ReLbk/DIG
REM
PRBS-Gen
Alarm |
|Aggr/Lo
OFF
OFF
- |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|
LoLbk/ANA[F2]
ReLbk/DIG[F6]
Undo-AgReLBK[F8]
Back[ESC]
|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
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5.16 PRBS Test
System Name:
[F3]Site: All
PRBS Testing
[F4]SlotId: All
[F5]ChId: All
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|[F1]If/St#/Sl#/Ch#
PtGen
PtAna
Error
BER
Alarm |
|E1/Lo/1/1
OFF
OFF
- |
|E1/Lo/1/2
OFF
OFF
-#|
|E1/Lo/1/3
OFF
OFF
-#|
|E1/Lo/1/4
OFF
OFF
-#|
|RS530/Lo/4/1
OFF
OFF
LOS#|
|RS530/Lo/4/2
OFF
OFF
LOS#|
|RS530/Lo/4/3
OFF
OFF
LOS#|
|RS530/Lo/4/4
OFF
OFF
LOS#|
|E1/Re/1/1
OFF
OFF
-#|
|E1/Re/1/2
OFF
OFF
-#|
|E1/Re/1/3
OFF
OFF
-#|
|E1/Re/1/4
OFF
OFF
-#|
|RS530/Re/4/1
OFF
OFF
LOS#|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|
Pt-Gen[F2]
Pt-Ana[F6]
Back[ESC]
|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Pattern Analyzer
Pattern Generate
The PRBS (pseudo- random binary sequence) pattern is 215-1(unframed). E1, T1 and V.35 are all able to
have this Bit Error Rate testing performed.
In order to do the test, any E1 data link can be selected to have a PRBS test. The test results will be shown in
the number of error bits as well as the calculated bit error ratio.
You can only choose one channel to generate or analyze at one time.
Info : The PRBS function is only used in unframed line cards or in framed cards set for unframed.
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Regarding the PRBS test mode, please refer to the following :
One way PRBS test setup :
Remote
Local
Ana
FMUX01A
GEN
FMUX01A
Round trip PRBS test setup :
Loopback path
A
FMUX01A
Remote
Loopback path
B
Loopback path
C
Local
GEN
Ana
FMUX01A
When user wants to do the PRBS test, first the remote side needs to set the loopback path (loop A, Loop B,
or Loop C). The local device will generate a test pattern and send to the remote device. Then local device's
analyzer will receive the test pattern through the loopback path. The user will get the test results on the
terminal display.
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5.17 Event Browser
System Name:
Event Browser
[F2] Class: All
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|[F1]
Time
Operator Class Action Information
|
|17:07:16 01/24/00
admin Operat Login VT100
|
|17:07:15 01/24/00
system Alarm Issue RS530/Re/4/4/LOS/MAJ
#|
|17:07:15 01/24/00
system Alarm Issue RS530/Re/4/3/LOS/MAJ
#|
|17:07:15 01/24/00
system Alarm Issue RS530/Re/4/2/LOS/MAJ
#|
|17:07:15 01/24/00
system Alarm Issue RS530/Re/4/1/LOS/MAJ
#|
|17:07:15 01/24/00
system Alarm Issue LAN/Re/M/LinkDown/MAJ
#|
|17:07:15 01/24/00
system Alarm Issue LAN/Re/2/LinkDown/MAJ
#|
|17:07:15 01/24/00
system Alarm Issue LAN/Re/1/LinkDown/MAJ
#|
|17:07:15 01/24/00
system Operat Status Re/OE1/OeLocked OFF
#|
|17:07:13 01/24/00
system Operat Plugin Trib/Re/4/4xRS530
#|
|17:07:13 01/24/00
system Operat Plugin Trib/Re/3/4xFXO
#|
|17:07:13 01/24/00
system Operat Plugin Trib/Re/1/4xE1S
#|
|17:07:13 01/24/00
system Operat Plugin Oe/Re/2
#|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|
Clear Ram Log[F4]
Clear Flash Log[F5]
Back[ESC]
|
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
The Event Browser is used to view all of the alarm events in both current memory and those stored in flash.
Clear Ram Log [F4] : clears all history events after the system boot.
Clear Flash Log[F5] : If the event-saving function is enabled, then [F5] will clear all history events store in
non-volatile memory.
Refer to : 5.3.12.1 Event Class Processing Configuration and
5.3.12.2 Event Alarm Processing Configuration
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Chapter 6. LCD Operating Instructions
FMUX01A/Plus provides an easy way to set the configuration, do maintenance, and conduct testing, by
LCD and pushbutton.
MAJ
OE
LSRO
TX
WK
LOS
RX
Optical1
OE
LSRO
TX
WK
LOS
RX
Optical2
MIN
LCK
LBK
RNG
RDI
ACO
CALL
1 2
PWR
ACO
3
4
1
2
3
4
LAN1 LAN2 SNM EXT CLK
P
Consol
CHANNELS e
RS23
RST
2
The default password for FMUX01A/Plus is a combination of the buttons as below, from left to right :
Up
Button
Right
Down
Up
Note : the password for login in LCD menu can be changed via VT100 setting as section 5.3.11.
Button functions are as follows :
Go back to the upper level of the menu
Item select
"Enter" key to go to a sub-menu or enable selected action
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6.1 LCD Menu Tree
Password : _ _ _ _ (Modify Password refer to 5.3.10)
---Tb Config
----E1 [Site/Slot/Ch]
----FrameType (FAS+CRC/FAS/OFF)
----LineCoding (HDB3/AMI)
----Service (IS/OOS)
----T1[Site/Slot/Ch]
----FrameType (FAS+CRC/FAS/OFF)
----LineCoding (HDB3/AMI)
----Service (IS/OOS)
-----T1 LBO (0-133 ft / 133-266 ft / 266-399 ft / 399533 ft / 533-655 ft)
----V35 [Site/Slot/Ch]
----TxClkSource (ClkSrc :Internal/Ext-DTE/Recovery)
----PCM/FrameMode (PCM30/PCM31/Unframed)
----DataRate (64K/128K/192K/256K/320K/384K/448k/
512/576k/640k/704/768K/832K/896K/960K/1024K/
1088K/1152K/1216K/1280K/1344K/1408K/1472K/
1536K/1600K/1664K/1728K/1792K/1856K/1920K/
1984K/2048K)
----TxClkPolarity (Normal/Invert)
----RxClkPolarity (Normal/Invert)
----Service (IS/OOS)
----Eth [Site/Slot]
----Service (IS/OOS)
----AutoNeg (ON/OFF)
----Duplex (Full/Half)
----Speed (10M/100M)
---Opt Config [Site]
----Working OE (1/2)
----ALS (ON/OFF)
----Standby OE (ON/OFF)
----APS (ON/OFF)
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---Lan Port Conifg [Site][Port]
----Service (IS/OOS)
----AutoNeg (ON/OFF)
----Duplex (Full/Half)
----Speed (10M/100M)
----FlowCtrl (ON/OFF)
---Data Port Conifg [Site]
----Baud Rate(11520/57600/38400/19200/9600)
----Data Bit(8 / 7 / 6 / 5 )
----Parity (Disable / Even / Odd)
----Stop Bit(1 bit / 1.5 bit / 2 bit)
---External Clock
----Config [Site]
----Service (ON/OFF)
----Monitoring [Site]
----EquipStatus (Status :Equipped/Unequipped)
----AlarmMonitoring (Status :None/Normal/LOS)
---Oe Protect Sw
----Current Status [Site]
----WorkingOe (Status :1/2)
----OELocked (Status :-/ON/OFF)
----SwitchNo (Status :1-99)
----LeftRelSec (Status :1-99999)
----OE1Tx (Status :ON/OFF)
----OE2Tx (Status :ON/OFF)
---Oe Lock/Release [Site]
----Lock OE
(Status :(ON)/Release OE(DOWN))
----Lock OE
(Status :(OFF)/Lock OE(DOWN))
---Oe Restart [Site/Oeld]
----Restart DOWN
(Restart OK/ Restart fail)
---Oe Test [Site/Oeld]
----RestartTest DOWN
(RestartTest OK/ RestartTest fail)
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---System
----Profile Operation [Site]
----Profile Id (1/2)
---FM Config
----Pwr Fail Mon Cfg [Site/ PwrID]
----Service Config (IS/OOS)
---Alarm Monitoring
----Equipment [Site]
----Pwr1 (Status :NoAlarm/Failed)
----Pwr2 (Status :NoAlarm/Failed)
----Fan (Status :NoAlarm/Failed)
----Path [Site]
----Alarm (Next)
--- Loopback/V.54[Site]
---- Aggr
----LLBK (ON/OFF)
----RLBK (ON/OFF)
----RRLBK (ON/OFF)
----UndoAgReLBK (ON/OFF)
----E1 [Slot/Ch]
---LLBK (ON/OFF)
---RLBK (ON/OFF)
---- T1 [Slot/Ch]
----LLBK (ON/OFF)
----RLBK (ON/OFF)
---- V.35 [Slot/Ch]
----ANA (ON/OFF)
----DIG (ON/OFF)
----REM (ON/OFF)
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Chapter 6 LCD Operation
--- PRBS Testing[Site]
---- E1 [Slot/Ch]
----PTGEN (ON/OFF)
----PTANA (ON/OFF)
----PTANA Result (Status :Error/BER)
----T1 [Slot/Ch]
----PTGEN (ON/OFF)
----PTANA (ON/OFF)
----PTANA Result (Status :Error/BER)
----V.35 [Slot/Ch]
----PTGEN (ON/OFF)
----PTANA (ON/OFF)
----PTANA Result (Status :Error/BER)
--- Logout (DOWN)
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Chapter 6 LCD Operation
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Appendix
Appendix
A.1 External User Interface : Async Serial / RS-232
User VT-100 interface / RS232 interface :
Signal Ground connects to pins 2,5,7, and 8. Pins 1 & 3 have no connection.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Alarm relay contact :
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------External alarm port :
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------External Clock input port :
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Appendix
A.2 Troubleshooting Guide
No.
1
Symptom
VT-100 can not login
Probable Cause
■Serial cable connection invalid.
■Baud Rate set incorrect or COM
port selected incorrectly
■Input wrong account or password
■Check related configuration and
physical connectors
2
The equipment screen
alarm indicators are
different from physical
indicators or network
hang
3
Ethernet transmit has
serious data package
loss
The RJ-45 connector has a bad
contact
FULL/HALF duplex is not matching
Trunk Ethernet port service off
4
Ping fail or can't
transfer data or cannot
remote Telnet
■Trunk Ethernet port service off
■Fiber fail
■The RJ-45 connector has a bad
contact
■Networking service management
telnet function turned off
■Trunk Ethernet general parameters
setting error
5
The unit is reset or
powered off, all the
configuration settings
are lost
■ The user selected wrong save
configuration or select incorrect
profile load.
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Corrective Actions
■Check cable link.
■Check Baud Rate and COM port
■Check account and password
User can confirm tributary slot
parameters configuration and trunk
Ethernet parameters configuration
item by item :
■Check service mode
■Ethernet port contact
■Change the Ethernet cable
■Check the duplex matching
■Check the duplex matching
■Check Auto-neg mode
■Check Data forwarding mode
■Check Trunk Ethernet port all
configuration function
■Check the duplex matching
■Check Trunk Ethernet port all
configuration function
■Check the fiber contact
■Change optical cable
■Check networking service
management function, diagnostic &
loopback test item :
(service mode must be on)
■Execute Autolbk to check optical
connection
■This equipment will reboot
according your last saved state by
loading the profile.
■ If your last boot was loading factory
default value, when you restart unit, it
will still load factory default .
Appendix
No.
6.
Symptom
Device can not be
managed
7.
Power indicator is off
8.
Optical LOS alarm
indicator is on
9.
10.
The equipment at one
side of the optical
connection is normal,
and other has LOS
alarm
E1 interface alarms
11.
V.35 interface alarms
Clock settings do not match
The V.35 connector has a bad
contact
12.
OE module cannot
switch
Check OE module setting for startup
lock function.
13.
PRBS test shows error
bits or test is ok but
always showing red
indicators.
LCD key cannot login
and set
Not comply use framing in unframed
type module.
The user lookup PRBS test result in
the wrong location
Check that input key priority button is
correct.
Check console screen item "LCD
Login Configuration" whether it has
defined.
14
15
E1 interfaces have bit
errors
Probable Cause
■Networking service management
SNMP may be off
■Device IP incorrect
■SNMP agent configuration :
read/write community incorrect
Power supply is not available;
The mains switch of the power
supply is not closed;
The connection of the power supply
is not tight;
If self loop of the optical ports is
normal and the connection of the
optical cables is right, the optical
cables has trouble or the distance is
too long;
Otherwise the TX and RX optical
interface connection may be
reversed;
Self loop separately, the equipment
that has LOS alarm has trouble
Otherwise the RX fiber cable has
trouble
Coaxial connector has trouble
The E1 equipment is powered off
The E1 TX and RX interface
connection is reverse;
The alarm of tributary E1 is not
masked
Impedance is not matched or E1
cables are too long. The E1
connector has a bad contact, 120Ω
connect cable is not twisted;E1
terminal unit is not common earthed
with the optical multiplexer
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Corrective Actions
■Check networking service
management
■Check device IP
■Check SNMP agent configuration
Change the power supply;
Close the switch of the power supply;
Screw down the power supply
Change the optical cables;
Change a long distance optical
module;
Exchange the TX and RX fiber
cables
Contact with your support
representative
Change the optical cables
Adjust the coaxial connector
Power on the E1 equipment that
connects to the unit;
Exchange the TX and RX interface
connectors;
Press the "MASK" button to mask the
tributary E1 alarm;
Check V.35 interface configured
Check Optical interface parameters
under config
Check OE switching protection status
Configured correct type in unframed.
In general, user should check the
results in PRBS testing screen.
Check "LCD Login Configuration".
Confirm the impedance of the E1
equipment is same of the optical
multiplexer;
Confirm the distance of the E1 cable
is no longer than 200 meters;
Adjust the E1 connector
Confirm the 1,2 pin of the RJ45(120Ω) is twisted, and the 4,5 pin
is another twist;
Confirm the earth ground of the E1
terminal unit and the optical
multiplexer is according to the
electrician standard;
Appendix
A.3 Rack Mount Installation Guide
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L LMg EX
AA
Or C
L LMg EX
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Or C
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