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MDS932AE-10BT
STANDALONE
MDS932AE-FXO
STANDALONE
MDS932AE-FXS
STANDALONE
MDS933AE-10BT
STANDALONE
MDS932C-10BT
RACK-CARD
MDS933C-10BT
RACK-CARD
G.SHDSL Modem
USER MANUAL
Version
1.2
Revision
26 January 2004
Document name
MDS933AE-v1.2.doc
User Manual
VERSION CONTROL.......................................................................................................... 5
1
GENERAL INFORMATION........................................................................................ 6
ORDER INFORMATION ..................................................................................................... 7
2
3
4
DESCRIPTION OF THE DEVICE .............................................................................. 8
2.1
Exterior design Desktop models ....................................................................... 8
2.2
Exterior design Rack Cards models................................................................ 10
RULES OF SWITCHING.......................................................................................... 12
3.1
The Desktop delivery set................................................................................. 12
3.2
The Rack Card delivery set............................................................................. 12
3.3
Connection rules ............................................................................................. 12
3.4
Communication parameters of the terminal configuration............................... 12
THE COMMAND SYSTEM ...................................................................................... 14
4.1
Basic rules....................................................................................................... 14
4.2
The main menu ............................................................................................... 14
4.3
Performance management submenu.............................................................. 15
4.4
4.3.1
Loop Status submenu ....................................................................... 15
4.3.2
Ethernet Status submenu.................................................................. 16
Configuration management submenu ............................................................. 16
4.5
4.4.1
DSL Setup ......................................................................................... 17
4.4.2
Ethernet Setup submenu................................................................... 19
4.4.3
Profile submenu ................................................................................ 19
Security management submenu ..................................................................... 19
5
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS.............................................................................. 20
6
STORAGE CONDITIONS ........................................................................................ 21
7
TERMS TO TRANSPORT........................................................................................ 22
8
CONNECTOR’S DESCRIPTION ............................................................................. 23
8.1
DSL Connector................................................................................................ 23
8.2
Monitor Connector........................................................................................... 23
8.3
PC and Hub Connectors ................................................................................. 24
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8.4
9
Line1 and Line2 Connector ............................................................................. 24
DESCRIPTION OF INTERFACE CABLES.............................................................. 25
9.1
Ethernet cable ................................................................................................. 25
9.2
DSL cable........................................................................................................ 25
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VERSION CONTROL
Version
Date
Major changes to previous version
1.0
31.12.2001
Initial version of the manual corresponding to version 1.2 of
the device micro program
1.1
23.10.2003
New function description corresponding to software release
V1.6
Corrected Connecter description 9.1
Changed DSL cable to twisted type 10.2
1.2
26.1.2004
Manual corresponding to software version 1.7
Implementation of rack card models
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1 GENERAL INFORMATION
•
High-speed symmetrical data transmission over one physical copper
twisted pair with the 135 Ohm impedance according to ETSI TS 101 135.
•
ITU-T G.991.2 (G.shdsl) line encoding.
•
Line rate in the range from 72 Kbit/s to 2320 Kbit/s in 2 wire mode
Line rate in the range from 144 Kbit/s to 4624 Kbit/s in 4 wire mode
•
Manual or automatic mode of line-speed adjustment.
•
Ethernet 10/100Base-T interface, Full/Half duplex.
•
Transmition of VLAN packet (IEEE-802.1Q).
•
Dynamic table formation of MAC addresses.
•
Accumulation of up to 1024 MAC addresses.
•
Granting of 95% of the digital channel band to the user.
•
In-built functions of diagnostics and self-testing.
•
Low power consumption, easy-to-use applications.
•
Console port for the local management.
•
Telnet port for the local / remote management
•
220 Vac power
For MDS932AE-FXO/FXS
•
up to 2 voice cannel.
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ORDER INFORMATION
MDS932AE-10BT
Modem AccessDSL Discovery, G.shdsl, 10/100Base-T Bridge,
VLAN, Adapter 220 Vac
MDS933AE-10BT
Modem AccessDSL Discovery, G.shdsl, 1 or 2 pairs, up to
4.6Mbps, 10/100Base-T Bridge, VLAN, Adapter 220 Vac
MDS932AE-FXS
Modem AccessDSL Discovery, G.shdsl, 10/100Base-T Bridge,
VLAN, Adapter 220 Vac, with FXS interfaces
MDS932AE-FXO
Modem AccessDSL Discovery, G.shdsl, 10/100Base-T Bridge,
VLAN, Adapter 220 Vac, with FXO interfaces
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2 DESCRIPTION OF THE DEVICE
2.1
Exterior design Desktop models
The front panel of the device has 3 LEDs:
LOCAL
informs the user about the status of the local device. The following four statuses are
possible
«blinking red»
informs the user about malfunctioning of the modem’s hardware
and software. In this case, the modem is out of order and should be
submitted to the service center for being repaired.
«red»
informs the user about an urgent alarm. An abruption of the
connection, the correspondence of the signal-to-noise ratio which
does not allow to transmit information and a great number of
errored blocks can cause an urgent alarm. See the “Command
menu” chapter for detail.
«amber»
informs the user about non-urgent alarms. An abruption of
connection over the user’s interface can cause non-urgent alarms.
«green»
absence of alarms. Normal functioning of the device.
REMOTE
informs the user about the status of the remote device. At the time being the remote
configuring of modems is not provided.
LINK/ACT
The LED is lit upon an incorrect connection to the LAN. The LED is blink upon the
detection of packets in the segment of the current LAN.
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The back panel of the MDS932AE-10BT and MDS933AE-10BT modem has:
•
The grounding bolt of the modem (option);
•
The “AC12V” power connector. The connection of the modem to the 220 V power supply
is implemented using an external power supply unit;
•
the “Monitor” connector to control the modem and store statistics;
•
“PC” and “HUB” connectors to connect the modem to the LAN using a straight Patch
Cord (to the PC or HUB, respectively);
•
the “DSL” connector to connect the modem to the leased physical line.
The back panel of the MDS932AE -FXO/FXS modem has additionally:
•
The “LINE1” and “”LINE2” connector to connect to PABX (FXO model) or to telephone
(FXS model).
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2.2
Exterior design rack card models
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Status(L)
informs the user about the status of the local device. The following four statuses are
possible
«blinking red»
informs the user about malfunctioning of the modem’s hardware and
software. In this case, the modem is out of order and should be
submitted to the service center for being repaired.
«red»
informs the user about an urgent alarm. An abruption of the
connection, the correspondence of the signal-to-noise ratio which
does not allow to transmit information and a great number of errored
blocks can cause an urgent alarm.
«amber»
informs the user about non-urgent alarms. An abruption of
connection over the user’s interface can cause non-urgent alarms.
«green»
absence of alarms. Normal functioning of the device.
Status(R)
informs the user about the status of the remote device. At the time being the remote
configuring of modems is not provided.
Ethernet
The LED is lit upon an incorrect connection to the LAN. The LED is blink upon the
detection of packets in the segment of the current LAN.
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3 RULES OF SWITCHING
3.1
The standalone delivery set
The delivery set includes:
•
the subscriber access device (a modem)
•
the power supply source (an AC adapter)
•
the cables for the line connections
3.2
The rack-card delivery set
The delivery set includes:
•
the subscriber access device (a modul)
•
the cables for the line connections
3.3
Connection rules
During the connection of the modem stick to the following rules:
•
connect the modem using the “straight” Patch Cord cable to the hub
through the HUB connector or to the PC through the PC connector. Only one device can
be connected to modem jack at same time.
•
connect the modem, if necessary, to the serial port of the PC through
the “MONITOR” connector using the “straight” modem cable;
•
connect the modem to the line using the “DSL” connector;
•
connect the power supply unit to the AC power system;
•
connect the modem to the power adapter using the “AC 12V” connector; it’s necessary to
use 13.5V adapter for FXS models
•
launch the hyper-terminal operation program on the PC.
3.4
Communication parameters of the terminal configuration
It is necessary to set the following parameters to monitor the modem:
•
transmission rate – 9600;
•
data bits – 8;
•
parity – none;
•
number of stop bits – 1;
•
flow control – None
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To update the information on the screen use the “Enter” key. The following menu will appear
on the screen.
Input Password:
Please enter your programmed password. The unit will be delivered with the default
password “admin”
After entering the password the following menu will appear.
Discovery G.SHDSL
Ethernet Monitor V1.7
+-----------------------+
+
Main Menu
+
+-----------------------+
1. Performance management (PM)
3. Configuration management (CM)
4. Security management (SM)
5. Exit Console
Select item number or ESC to Upper level menu>>
The modem is ready to be configured.
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4 THE COMMAND SYSTEM
4.1
Basic rules
After the command is typed, press <enter>.
The <Backspace> key is used to edit commands.
It is necessary to input item number, for choising menu item,
You can use “PageUP”, “PageDown” and “Space” keys, for scrolling list of available value of
parameters,
The “Esc” key is using for channeling of new value of parameters or returning to up menu
screen.
4.2
The main menu
The main menu is the following:
Discovery G.SHDSL
Ethernet Monitor V1.7
+-----------------------+
+
Main Menu
+
+-----------------------+
1. Performance management (PM)
3. Configuration management (CM)
4. Security management (SM)
5. Exit Console
Select item number or ESC to Upper level menu>>
The menu consists of five submenus. To choose the needed submenu, it is necessary to
type its number and press “Enter”. The main menu also contains information about the
current version of the firmware. It is important that you inform the service center about it
when being consulted.
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4.3
Performance management submenu
Upon activation of the performance management submenu the following message will be
displayed.
Performance Management
1.Loop Status...
4.EtherNet Status...
Select item number or ESC to Upper level menu>>
4.3.1 Loop Status submenu
Upon activation of the performance management submenu the following message will be
displayed.
Performance Management->Loop Status
System Up Time: 0 Day 00:16:31
= Loop 1 =
Loop Up Time:
0 Day 00:15:07
Operation State:Data
Line Speed:
2312K
Rx Gain:
5.43 dB
Tx Power:
14.50 dBm
S/N Ratio:
37.74 dB
Framer Status: In sync.
Loop Atten.:
-0.19 dB
Operation Mode:
Auto/Fixed:
Clock Source:
Annex:
Fixed Speed:
Slave
Fixed
Follow Loop
A/B
2312K(36N)
1.Disconnect
Select item number or ESC to Upper level menu>>
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4.3.2 Ethernet Status submenu
Upon activation of the performance management submenu the following message will be
displayed.
Performance Management->EtherNet Status
Link:Link down
Used Entries:0
Fwd Packets:0
Speed:Auto
Link Speed:---Tx Packets:0
Drop Packets:0
Duplex:Auto
Link Duplex:---Rx Packets:0
MAC Address:00-00-00-00-00-00
1.Clear Counters
Select item number or ESC to Upper level menu>>
4.4
Configuration management submenu
Upon activation of the configuration management submenu the following message will be
displayed.
Configuration Management
1.DSL Setup...
4.EtherNet Setup...
6.Profile...
Select item number or ESC to Upper level menu>>
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4.4.1 DSL Setup
In this menu you can setup the DSL link. When you have selected that menu, the following
will appear:
Configuration Management->DSL Setup
1.[Loop 1 Operation Mode]:Slave
2.[Loop 1 Auto/Fixed]:Fixed
5.[Loop 1 Fixed Connection Speed]:2312K(36N)
6.[Loop 1 Annex]:A/B
7.[Loop 1 Tx Level Adjustment]:0 dB
18.[2W/4W]:2W
Select item number or ESC to Upper level menu>>
4.4.1.1 Operation Mode
In this menu you can setup the unit to one of the following states:
Master, Slave
4.4.1.2 Auto / Fixed
In this Menu you can setup the unit to one of the following states:
Auto, Fixed
If Auto is selected, the unit works in the adaptive mode.
If Fixed is selected, the unit works with fixed line rates.
4.4.1.3 Min- Max Connection Speed (only if Auto is selected)
•
In the Min. Max Connection Speed menu, you can specify your desired Adaptive mode
speed limit borders in the range of 72 kbps to 2312 kbps for 2wire units and 144 kbps to
4624 kbps for 4wire models
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4.4.1.4 Fixed Connection Speed (only if Fixed is selected)
•
In the Fixed Connection Speed menu, you can specify your desired speed in the range of
72 kbps to 2312 kbps for 2wire units and 144 kbps to 4624 kbps for 4wire models
4.4.1.5 Annex
•
With the Appendix menu you can choose between A, B, A / B. If you don’t know what
Annex you have to setup, and then use the A / B configuration.
4.4.1.6 Tx Level Adjustment
•
In the Tx Level Adjustments menu you can setup you desired TX output level in the range
from +2dB to –13dB.
Please note: changing the default value of 0 to another value may cause serious
malfunction of the DSL line. It should be changed only by qualified personal.
4.4.1.7 2W/4W
•
In the 2W / 4W (2wire / 4wire) Adjustments menu you can setup you desired number and
mode of the DSL line. The following modes are possible:
2W:
1 DSL line, normal mode
4W:
2 DSL lines, dual pair mode (4W models only)
2CH:
2 DSL lines, multipoint mode (4W models only)
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4.4.2 Ethernet Setup submenu
Configuration Management->EtherNet Setup
1.[Speed]:Auto
2.[Duplex Mode]:Auto
3.[Disable Mac Filter]:No
4.IP Address>>192.168.5.105
5.Subnet Mask>>255.255.255.0
6.Gateway Address>>192.168.5.1
Select item number or ESC to Upper level menu>>
•
•
•
In the Speed menu, you can setup the Ethernet speed to the following states:
10M, 100M or Auto
In the Duplex Mode menu you can setup the Ethernet ports to the following states:
Half, Full or Auto
In the IP Address, Subnet Mask and Gateway Address menu you, can setup the desired
Ip settings
4.4.3 Profile submenu
Users can save and load up to 4 profiles for different tasks. The Profile 0 is the default profile
during power on. Users have to save all new value of parameters before power off.
4.5
Security management submenu
The security management is using for setting the desired password for the console access.
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5 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
The main technical specifications of modems of the Black Box family are presented below in
the table.
Line interface.
Standard
ETSI 101 135
Number of pairs
1
Line rate
2 wire models
72 – 2312 Kbit/s
4 wire models
144 – 4624 Kbit/s
Communication range for cables with
the wire diameter of
0.4 mm:
0.9 mm:
approx:
aprox:
144 Kbit/s
8.2 km
31 km
2320 Kbit/s
3.6 km
13.7 km
(values are depending on noise
environment and line quality)
Line code
G.shdsl (TC-PAM)
Input impedance of the physical line
135 Ohm
Output signal level
0.5dBm – 15.5 dBm
Transmission spectrum
from 0…450 kHz
User’s interface
Standard:
IEEE-802.3
IEEE-802.1Q
Interface type:
Ethernet 10/100Base-T, Full/Half Duplex
Connector:
RJ-45
Management
Monitoring / Configuration
VT100 and TELNET
Power supply
Supply voltage:
~220 Vac ± 10%; 50 Hz
Power consumption:
No more than 5 W
Grounding resistance
No more than 10 Ohm
Protection
Conforms to the requirements of the GOST (State
Standard) 12.2007.0-85, GOST 7153-85,
GOST Р.50033-92 and Norm 9-93
Climatic conditions
Temperature range
-5о С ….+45о С
Relative humidity of air
5%…85%
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6 STORAGE CONDITIONS
The equipment of the Black Box family while being packed should withstand all means of
transport at a temperature in the range form -50о С to +50о С and the relative humidity of air
up to 100% at 25о С. The equipment can also withstand air-transport at a low air pressure of
12 kPa (90 Torr) at -50о С.
The packed equipment of the Black Box family can be stored within 12 months (from the date
of transshipment including transporting time) in storage rooms without heating
at -50о С - +50о С and the mean monthly value of the air humidity of 80%
at 20о С; short-term increases of air humidity up to 98% (no more than a month a year) at a
temperature not exceeding 25о С without moisture condensation is admissible.
The equipment should be stored in storage buildings, which protect the devices from
atmospheric precipitations. The equipment should be kept on shelves or in factory packages
in the absence of vapors of acids, alkali and other atmospheric impurities.
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7 TERMS TO TRANSPORT
The equipment of the Black Box family should be packed and transported by:
•
motor transport with an enclosed truck body;
•
enclosed railroad cars;
•
unpressurized airplanes and helicopters (up to 10000 m at an air pressure of
170 Torr);
•
river transport (in holds).
The equipment of the Black Box family should withstand transportation when being packed
under the following conditions:
•
temperature from -50о С to +50о С;
•
relative air humidity up to 100% at 25о С (within 10 days).
The equipment of the Black Box family should be packed and withstand transportation by:
•
motor transport with the number of transshipments no more than four:
•
along the asphalt-concrete
of 200 – 1000 km;
•
earth roads at a distance of 50 – 250 km at a speed of 40 km/hour;
•
different means of transport (airplanes, railway transport in combination with motor
transport along the asphalt-concrete and cement-concrete roads at a distance of 200 km)
with the number of transshipments from three to four;
•
water transport (excluding sea transport) in combination with motor transport along the
asphalt-concrete and cement-concrete roads at a distance of 200 km with the number of
transshipments no more than four.
and
cement-concrete
roads
at
a
distance
During transportation the packages with the equipment should be fixed so that to exclude
their moving, collision and collision against the transport bodies.
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8 CONNECTOR’S DESCRIPTION
8.1
DSL Connector
Type: RJ-45, 8 pin
1
8.2
8
RJ-45
Number
Signal
Assignment
1,2
NC
-
3
LB,a
Ttp (4W model only)
4
LA,a
tip
5
LA,b
ring
6
LB,b
ring (4W model only)
7,8
NC
-
Monitor Connector
Type: Sub-D9, female
1
6
DB9
9
5
female
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Number
Signal
Assignment
1
NC
-
2
TXD
Transmit data
3
RXD
Receive data
4
DTR
Data terminal ready
5
SGND
Signal ground
6
NC
-
7
NC
-
8
NC
-
9
NC
-
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8.3
PC and Hub Connectors
Type: RJ-45
1
8.4
8
RJ-45
Number
PC assignment
HUB assignment
1
Tx+
Rx+
2
Tx-
Rx-
3
Rx+
Tx+
4
NC
NC
5
NC
NC
6
Rx-
Tx-
7
NC
NC
8
NC
NC
Line1 and Line2 Connector
Type: RJ-11, 4 pin
1
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4
RJ-11
Number
Signal
Assignment
1
NC
-
2
LA,a
tip
3
LA,b
ring
4
NC
-
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9 DESCRIPTION OF INTERFACE CABLES
9.1
Ethernet cable
Side А
Color of wire
Side B
1
white/green
1
2
green/white
2
3
white/orange
3
4
blue/white
4
5
white/blue
5
6
orange/white
6
7
white/brown.
7
8
brown/white
8
Side А
Color of wire
Side B
1
white/green
1
2
green/white
2
3
white/orange
3
4
blue/white
4
5
white/blue
5
6
orange/white
6
7
white/brown.
7
8
brown/white
8
9.2
DSL cable
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