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EDN312 Installation Guide
Ethernet DSL Access
IP DSLAM
EDN312 Installation Guide
Ethernet DSL Access
IP DSLAM
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Contents
1
Introduction
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1.1
Revision History
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2
Environmental and Space Requirements
2
3
Cabling
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3.1
Cabling of Subscriber Lines
4
3.1.1
Cabling Lines
4
3.1.2
Wiring EDGE Connectors
5
3.2
Cabling of Ethernet Connections
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4
Mounting the IP DSLAM
9
5
Verifying the Installation
10
5.1
Verification without Connection to PEM
10
5.2
Verification with the Local Craft Tool
11
5.3
Verification Using PEM
12
Reference List
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Introduction
1
Introduction
This guide describes how to install the Ethernet DSL Access (EDA) IP
DSLAM EDN312.
The guide is intended for installation and maintenance personnel.
An overview of the installation process of a complete Access Domain is
described in the Access Domain Installation Guide.
The reader should have a basic understanding of the Internet Protocol (IP).
The guide can be read separately, but for a full understanding of the EDA
system the reader is referred to the System Overview.
The guide can be printed on a monochrome printer, but illustrations are
easier to understand if a color printer is used.
1.1
Revision History
The guide is valid for EDA 1.3. Please refer to the Release Notes for valid
versions of the EDN312 IP DSLAM and the application SW. Other product
versions with functions not described in this guide may be available.
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Environmental and Space Requirements
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Environmental and Space Requirements
The 12-line IP DSLAM (EDN312) complies with the following standards
regarding storage, transportation and operation. The operation category is
also designated stationary in-use at weather-protected locations.
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ETS 300 019-2-1: Storage, class 1.2
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ETS 300 019-2-2: Transportation, class 2.3
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ETS 300 019-2-3: Operation, class 3.2
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GR-63-CORE Section 2.9.4 (-40°C to 65°C) for non-environment
controlled equipment housings (Outdoor cabinet installation).
The storage class 1.2 means tested for storage in weather-protected area,
not temperature-controlled.
The transportation class 2.3 means tested for public transportation.
The operation class 3.2 means tested for partly temperature-controlled
location.
Caution!
The temperature within a rack assembly may be higher than the ambient
room temperature. Check that the rack environment temperature is within
the specified operating temperature range.
The EDN312 can be mounted in Ericsson subracks prepared for installation
in a 19” or ETSI rack. This includes micro subracks, small subracks and
medium subracks. For detailed information, please see the Subracks
Installation Guide. The EDN312 is also used in an EDN288 IP DSLAM and
for additional information, please see the EDN288 Installation Guide. The
EDN312 can also be mounted in a Outdoor cabinet and for specification
and installation details please see the Outdoor Cabinet Installation Guide.
Mounting in the rack must be done in such a way that there is sufficient
space to allow airflow around the EDN312 as shown in Figure 1 on page 3.
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Environmental and Space Requirements
The distance between the IP DSLAMs must be at least 20 mm so that an IP
DSLAM can be dismounted without interfering with the adjacent IP
DSLAMs.
Figure 1
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Space Requirements when Mounting in Rack or Cabinet
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Cabling
3
Cabling
3.1
Cabling of Subscriber Lines
Before the IP DSLAM is mounted the connections between the Line MDF
and the Exchange MDF have to be rewired. The wires are disconnected,
and then reconnected through typically a Broadband MDF and the EDA
System according to planning.
3.1.1
Cabling Lines
The following description explains how to rewire the connections between
the Line MDF and Exchange MDF through the EDGE connectors.
Figure 2 on page 4 shows the subscriber line connections through the
EDGE connectors both for exchange and line side.
12 Lines to the Exchange
MDF
Subscriber L
Line L
Subscriber K
Subscriber J
Subscriber I
Subscriber H
Line K
Line J
Line I
Line H
Line G
Line F
Line E
Line D
Line C
Line B
Line A
Subscriber G
Subscriber F
Subscriber E
Subscriber D
Subscriber C
Subscriber B
Subscriber A
Exchange EDGE Connector
Figure 2
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12 Subscriber Lines
to the Line MDF
Line EDGE Connector
Rewiring the Subscriber Line through EDGE Connectors
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Cabling
3.1.2
Wiring EDGE Connectors
It is recommended to follow the “Best practice” wiring procedure when
wiring the EDGE connectors.
The EDGE connector can be mounted by using a Tool Kit. The kit consists
of a wiring bracket-tool and an LSA+ inserter-tool. Figure 3 on page 5
shows how to mount the wiring bracket-tool on the rods in a subrack.
Figure 3
Mounting the Wiring Bracket-Tool
The EDGE connectors must be mounted as shown in Figure 4 on page 6.
The wiring bracket-tool ensures that the cables are long enough so that the
IP DSLAM can be dismounted by pulling it out. In case the wiring brackettool is not used, it is important to ensure that the cables are long enough.
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Cabling
Figure 4
Mounting the EDGE Connectors
Strip approximately 20 cm off the new cable and tie it up with a cable tie to
the existing cable as illustrated in Figure 5 on page 7. Alternatively, make a
loop around the cable guide.
Note:
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It is recommended to use 0.4 mm thick wiring cables
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Cabling
Figure 5
Tie Up the New cable
Connect and cut the wires (one action using the KRONE LSA+ InsertionTool S, see Figure 6 on page 7) by placing the Insertion tool above the slit
(place the cutting end towards the connector’s center), and firmly press
towards the connector. Repeat this step for all wires.
Figure 6
Cutting and Connection a Wire
It is recommended to label the EDGE connectors with the same number as
the LAN cable and tie up the Exchange and Line EDGE connectors
together according to Figure 7 on page 8.
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Cabling
Figure 7
3.2
Tie Up and Label the EDGE Connectors
Cabling of Ethernet Connections
The EDN312 IP DSLAM is connected to the network with cat. 5 straight
through standard LAN cables.
The total cable length from a switch to the IP DSLAM must not exceed 100
m and must conform to category 5 standard for LAN cables.
Note:
The cable resistance must not exceed 8.5 Ω (one cable one way),
when the ECN310 switch and/or the ECN320 switch is used. When
EPN124 power nodes are used the resistance must not exceed 10
and ECN320 Ω (one cable one way).
The length of the LAN cable must be long enough to make it easy to mount
and dismount the IP DSLAM.
Typically the IP DSLAM is connected directly to an ECN310 switch, an
ECN320 Controller Node or an ECN108 switch. If the IP DSLAM is
connected to other switches, which does not supply power over Ethernet,
then the EPN124 Ethernet Power Node must be connected between the
switch and the IP DSLAM.
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Mounting the IP DSLAM
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Mounting the IP DSLAM
The illustration below shows how to mount the EDN312 after the subscriber
lines, exchange lines through the EDGE connector have been pulled.
The EDGE connector is removed from the bracket-tool and inserted in the
rear of the IP DSLAM. The IP DSLAM has been labelled with “line” on one
side and “exchange” on the other side.
After the EDGE connectors have been inserted the IP DSLAM is pressed
into place on the two rods in the subrack.
Figure 8
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Insert EDGE Connectors and LAN Cable
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Verifying the Installation
5
Verifying the Installation
The purpose of the verification is to ensure the following:
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No errors in the rewiring of the subscriber lines
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The old services (POTS or ISDN) function
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The physical installation of the EDA Access Domain nodes was done
correctly
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The power and Ethernet connections function
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It is possible to make an ADSL connection to a CPE modem
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The registration in PEM has been done correctly
The following methods can be used for verification, each implying a
different level of verification and effort:
1. Verification without connection to PEM or any management system
2. Verification using the Local Craft Tool (LCT).
3. Verification using PEM.
5.1
Verification without Connection to PEM
It is not possible to activate the IP DSLAM by this method. It is the least
time consuming method but also gives the least assurance. This method
involves the following:
Table 1
Verification without Connection to Management System
Verification Activity
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Comments
Perform continuity check on each line from
the Exchange MDF to the Line MDF
Best to perform after rewiring and
before installing nodes
Verify (if possible) that the ECN320 switch
port where the IP DSLAMs are connected,
indicates active Ethernet connection
Active Ethernet connection is
verified
Recommended to perform continuity check
on each POTS or ISDN line
Test that the new installation has
not affected the old services
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5.2
Verification with the Local Craft Tool
The LCT can be used without a connection to PEM or to any backbone
network as described in section section Error! Reference source not
found. on page Error! Bookmark not defined..
The LCT activates the IP DSLAMs (as well as providing an IP address to
other nodes) and configures each IP DSLAM to start all the lines, and by
using a CPE modem on each line, it is possible to verify that the ADSL
connection is up and running. The registration process cannot be verified
by using this method. Using the LCT is more time consuming than method
1, but not as time consuming as method 3.
Table 2
Verification with the Local Craft Tool
Verification Activity
Comments
Perform continuity check on each line from
the Exchange MDF to the Line MDF
Best to perform after rewiring and
before installing nodes
Verify that the green LED is lit on the IP
DSLAMs
Green – The IP DSLAM has booted
and received an IP address and SW
Verify (if possible) that the ECN320 switch
port where the IP DSLAMs are connected,
indicates active Ethernet connection
Active Ethernet connection is
verified
Recommended to perform check on each
ADSL line
Testing the IP DSLAM functionality
Recommended to perform continuity check
on each POTS or ISDN line
Test that the new installation has
not affected the old services
The ECN320 Local Craft Tool
When the EDN312 IP DSLAM is embedded in an EAN as for example the
EDN288 and connected to the ECN320 Ethernet Controller Node the line
verification is done by means of the ECN320 Local Craft Tool. The ECN320
Local Craft Tool is an application used for checking the function of each IP
DSLAM embedded in an EAN. When the ECN320 LCT has been
connected to the ECN320 the line verfication is done by activating a line
configuration script placed on the LCT, so the user starts a Windows
Command Prompt, navigates to a folder with the script and activates the
script. The following steps are taken:
1. Copy the 24 standard (“empty”) configuration files from the ECN320
flash disk to a folder on the LCT. The files are needed when reverting
to the initial state.
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2. Copy 24 configuration files with line configurations from the LCT tool to
the ECN320 flash disk.
3. Restart the embedded IP DSLAMs by using the Command Line
Interface (CLI)
4. Test the ADSL lines by connecting a CPE modem to each line one at a
time. The LCT has an SNMP Notification Receiver, which enables the
user to receive traps from the embedded IP DSLAMs.
5. When the test is finished the initial, standard configuration files are
copied back to ECN320 flash disk.
6. Finally the embedded IP DSLAMs are restarted from the CLI.
LCT
ECN320
..cfg_1
Step 1: Copy default cfg
files to LCT
..cfg_2
..
..cfg_24
Step 5: Copy default cfg files
back to ECN320
Standard Conf. Files
in Flash
..cfg_1
..cfg_2
..
..cfg_24
Step 2: Copy new cfg. files
to ECN320
..cfg_1
..cfg_2
..
..cfg_24
Figure 9
Verfication of the ADSL Lines with the LCT
The ECN320 has by default 24 standard configuration files installed on the
flash disc. The files are “empty”, which means that they do not contain any
line configurations. The LCT has been installed with 24 configuration files
containing line configurations.
5.3
Verification Using PEM
This is the most time-consuming method, and the only method, which gives
100% verification. Verification of the ADSL connection is done by
configuring an end-user with a service in PEM for each line.
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Verifying the Installation
This method is similar to activating real subscribers. In order to use this
method the following preconditions have to be fulfilled:
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The PEM installation has succeeded
•
The PEM configuration of the network has been done
•
The servers in the network are running
•
All registration has been transferred to the PEM
The Service Configuration Manager is used for this task.
Alternatively the Bulk Configuration Manager can be used instead of the
Service Configuration Manager and may simplify the task of configuring an
end-user with a service for each line; please see the Bulk Configuration
User’s Guide for further details.
Please refer to Local Craft Tool User’s Guide and the PEM User’s Guide for
detailed information of how to use them.
Table 3
Verification with the ECN320 Local Craft Tool
Verification Activity
Comments
Perform continuity check on each line from
the Exchange MDF to the Line MDF
Best to perform after rewiring and
before installing nodes
Verify that the green LED is lit on the IP
DSLAMs
Green – The IP DSLAM has booted
and received an IP address and SW
Verify (if possible) that the ECN320 switch
port where the IP DSLAMs are connected,
indicates active Ethernet connection
Active Ethernet connection is
verified
Recommended to perform check on each
ADSL line
Testing the IP DSLAM functionality
Recommended to perform continuity check
on each POTS or ISDN line
Test that the new installation has
not affected the old services
Start the Status Manager and use the Flash
LEDs button to verify the MDF position of the
IP DSLAMs (verification of the registration)
Test of the registration process
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Reference List
Reference List
System Overview, 1/1551-HSC 901 26/4, Ericsson AB 2004
PEM User’s Guide, 1553-AOM 901 018/3, Ericsson AB 2004
EDN312 User’s Guide,1/1553-HSD 101 41, Ericsson AB 2004
Subrack Installation Guide, 1/1531-HSC 901 026/4, Ericsson AB 2004
Outdoor Cabinet Installation Guide, 1531-1/BFM 901 097, Ericsson AB
2004
EDN288 Installation Guide, 2/1531-HSD 101 41, Ericsson AB 2004
Release Notes, 109 47-HSC 901 26/4, Ericsson AB 2004
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