Hotwire 8303/8304 IDSL Cards Installation Instructions

Hotwire® 8303/8304 IDSL Cards
Installation Instructions
Document Number 8303-A2-GZ40-10
August 2000
What is a Hotwire 8303/8304 IDSL Card?
A Hotwire® 8303/8304 Integrated Services Digital Network Digital Subscriber Line
(IDSL) card is a circuit card assembly that contains 24 ports, an interface to the
Network Service Provider (NSP), and a processor.
Uplink
Interface Type
IDSL Card
Chassis Type
8303
8610/8810 DSLAM or
8820 GranDSLAM
Ethernet
8304
8820 GranDSLAM
ATM via SAR
childcard
Endpoint Used
6301 or 6302 IDSL
Router
When the 8303/8304 IDSL card is used in a Hotwire 8610/8810 Digital Subscriber
Line Access Multiplexer (DSLAM) or 8820 GranDSLAM chassis and connected to
a Hotwire 6301/6302 DSL Router, it provides high-speed Internet or intranet
access over traditional twisted-pair telephone wiring.
Product Documentation Online
Complete documentation for this product is available at www.paradyne.com.
Select Library → Technical Manuals → Hotwire DSL & MVL Systems.
Select the following documents:
8000-A2-GB22
Hotwire Management Communications Controller (MCC) Card, IP
Conservative, User’s Guide
8000-A2-GB26
Hotwire IP MVL, RADSL, IDSL, and SDSL Cards, Models 8310/8312/8314,
8510/8373/8374, 8303/8304, and 8343/8344, User’s Guide
8021-A2-GB20
Hotwire Shelf Concentration Module (SCM) Card User’s Guide
To order a paper copy of a Paradyne document:
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8303-A2-GZ40-10
Within the U.S.A., call 1-800-PARADYNE (1-800-727-2396)
Outside the U.S.A., call 1-727-530-8623
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8303/8304 IDSL Card Installation Planning
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Each Hotwire chassis is shipped with one of the following installation
documents:
Document Number
Document Title
8610-A2-GN10
Hotwire 8610 DSLAM Installation Instructions
8810-A2-GN11
Hotwire 8810 DSLAM Installation Instructions
8820-A2-GN20
Hotwire 8820 GranDSLAM Installation Guide
Refer to one of the above installation documents to:
— Install and set up the Hotwire DSLAM or GranDSLAM
— Install the Hotwire 8303/8304 IDSL Card
— Connect cables
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After the IDSL card is installed, there are configuration procedures that must
be performed before you can begin to use the IDSL cards for Internet or
intranet connectivity. Refer to either the Hotwire IP MVL, RADSL, IDSL, and
SDSL Cards User’s Guide or the Hotwire Shelf Concentration Module (SCM)
Card User’s Guide for detailed configuration procedures. Access these
documents using the instructions in Product Documentation Online on page 1.
HANDLING PRECAUTIONS FOR
! STATIC-SENSITIVE DEVICES
This product is designed to protect sensitive components from damage
due to electrostatic discharge (ESD) during normal operation. When
performing installation procedures, however, take proper static control
precautions to prevent damage to equipment. If you are not sure of the
proper static control precautions, contact your nearest sales or service
representative.
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Installing the IDSL Card
Procedure
To install the Hotwire 8303/8304 IDSL card in a Hotwire chassis:
1. If there is a filler plate covering the slot, remove it.
2. Insert the card into the card guides of the slot on the chassis. For the 8303
IDSL card in an 8610 DSLAM, ensure that the components are facing up.
3. Carefully slide the card into the slot. Gently, but firmly, push the card until it
engages its mating connectors on the backplane.
4. Verify that the OK SYSTEM indicator on the card’s faceplate is blinking
(green). If not, refer to the appropriate chassis installation document.
5. Secure the card by fastening the screws on each end of the faceplate. This is
required to maintain proper gasket pressure on the faceplate as well as proper
air flow.
6. Set the Alternate Bank Switch on the card’s faceplate to 13–24 to display the
status for Ports 13–24 on the LEDs, or to 1–12 to display the status for
Ports 1–12.
IDSL Card Technical Specifications
Specifications
Criteria*
Size
Length: 10.4 inches (26.42 cm)
Height: 11.15 inches (28.32 cm)
Width: 0.8 inches (2.03 cm)
Weight
Approximately 1.4 lbs. (0.64 kg)
Approvals
Safety Certifications
Refer to the equipment’s label for approvals on product.
Power
The IDSL card contains a DC-to-DC converter that requires
–48V power input. The –48V power is distributed through the
Hotwire chassis backplane.
Maximum Power Dissipation = 12 watts
Physical Environment
Operating temperature
32° to 122° F (0° to 50° C)
Storage temperature
–4° F to 158° F (–20° C to 70° C)
Relative humidity
5% to 95% (noncondensing)
Shock and vibration
Withstands normal shipping and handling.
* Criteria of technical specifications are subject to change without notice.
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8303 IDSL Card LEDs
The following table describes the meaning and states of the LEDs on the Hotwire
8303 IDSL card faceplate.
LED
LED is . . .
Indicating . . .
SYSTEM
OK
Green,
Winking
Card functioning normally. Winking describes a
recurring pulse when the LED is ON longer than
OFF at a ratio of approximately 10:1.
Green, On
8303 IDSL card failure. System processing
functions have stopped.
Off
No power to card.
Yellow, On
Alarm is present on the Hotwire 8303 IDSL card.
Ethernet (ETH1) interface is not being detected.
Off
Normal operation, no alarms.
Yellow, On
Test in progress.
Off
Normal operation, no tests.
Green,
Blinking
Packets are being transmitted. LED blinks on
and off about five times per second.
Off
Inactive. Link down.
Green,
Blinking
Packets are being received. LED blinks on and
off about five times per second.
Off
Inactive. Link down.
Off
Normal operation.
Yellow,
Blinking
A collision has been detected. LED blinks on and
off about five times per second.
1/13,
2/14,
3/15,
4/16,
5/17,
6/18,
7/19,
8/20,
9/21,
10/22,
11/23,
12/24
Green, On
DSL link is up.
Off
Port is disabled or not initialized.
Green,
Blinking
Port test or DSL handshaking is in progress. LED
blinks on and off about five times per second.
Green,
Reverse
Winking
DSL link is down. Reverse winking describes a
recurring pulse when the LED is OFF longer than
ON at a ratio of approximately 10:1.
ALT
BANK
Yellow, On
One of the ports that is not currently being
displayed by the port status LEDs is either in a
Test Mode, a DSL handshake is in progress, the
DSL link is down, or there has been a card reset.
Off
All ports not currently being displayed by the port
status LEDs are functioning normally or are
disabled.
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8304 IDSL Card LEDs
The following table describes the meaning and states of the LEDs on the Hotwire
8304 IDSL card faceplate.
LED
LED is . . .
Indicating . . .
SYSTEM
OK
Green,
Winking
Card functioning normally. Winking describes a
recurring pulse when the LED is ON longer than
OFF at a ratio of approximately 10:1.
Green, On
8304 IDSL card failure. System processing
functions have stopped.
Off
No power to card.
Yellow, On
Alarm is present on the 8304 IDSL card. ATM
interface is not being detected.
Off
Normal operation, no alarms.
Yellow, On
Test in progress.
Off
Normal operation, no tests.
Green,
Blinking
Packets are being transmitted. LED blinks on
and off about five times per second.
Off
Inactive.
Green,
Blinking
Packets are being received. LED blinks on and
off about five times per second.
Off
Inactive, link down.
Off
Normal operation.
Yellow,
On
ATM bus clock is not present.
1/13,
2/14,
3/15,
4/16,
5/17,
6/18,
7/19,
8/20,
9/21,
10/22,
11/23,
12/24
Green, On
DSL link is up.
Off
Port disabled or not initialized.
Green,
Blinking
Port test or DSL handshaking is in progress. LED
blinks on and off about five times per second.
Green,
Reverse
Winking
DSL link is down. Reverse winking describes a
recurring pulse when the LED is OFF longer than
ON at a ratio of approximately 10:1.
ALT
BANK
Yellow, On
One of the ports not currently being displayed by
the port status LEDs is either in a Test Mode,
there is a DSL handshake in progress, the DSL
link is down, or there has been a card reset.
Off
All ports not currently displayed by the port
status LEDs are either functioning normally or
are disabled.
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Paradyne worldwide office locations, use one of the following methods:
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