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323-1233-090

323-1233-090

SDH TRANSMISSION

Nortel OPTera Metro 4200 Multiservice Platform


Documentation Overview and Safety
Release 2 Standard February 2001

SDH TRANSMISSION

Nortel Networks OPTera Metro 4200


Documentation Overview and Safety

Document Number: 323-1233-090 Product Release Number: Release 2 Status: Standard Date: February 2001

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Publication history
February 2001 Release 2 Standard introduces the following features: STM-4o tributary card, short haul 1310 nm October 2000 Release 1 Standard introduces the following features: STM-16o aggregate card, long haul 1539 nm and short haul 1310 nm STM-1o tributary card, short haul 1310 nm with two STM-1 ports STM-1e/140Mbit/s, single channel, tributary card Three channel, 34/45Mbit/s PDH electrical tributary card 32 channel, 2Mbit/s PDH electrical tributary cards (75 ohm and 120 ohm) Multiplex section protection for STM-1 tributary cards and STM-16 aggregate cards 1+1 protection for 34/45Mbit/s and STM-1e/140Mbit/s tributaries Performance monitoring to G.826 SETS (synchronisation function) and SEMF (Shelf Controller function) redundancy VC-4, VC-3 and VC-12 connections with path protection Multiplexer Section Protection for STM-4o tributary cards Aggregate and Trib to Trib connection Intermediate System to Intermediate System Level 2 routing

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Contents
About this document Technical support and information Documentation overview
Introduction 1-1 NTP numbering 1-1 List of documents. 1-1 Documentation common to all modules 1-2 OPTera Metro 4200 system and unit descriptions 1-2 Installation and commissioning procedures 1-2 Operations, Administration and Provisioning 1-3 Maintenance procedures 1-3 Associated documents 1-3 Ordering codes for OPTera Metro 4200 documentation 1-3

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Optical safety aspects 2-1 EN 60825 Class 3A requirements 2-1 Optical connector/fibre handling 2-2 Normal operating conditions 2-2 Installation and system maintenance 2-3 Servicing 2-3 System operating levels 2-4 Identification 2-4 Automatic laser shutdown 2-4 Conclusions 2-5 Electrical safety 2-5 Static sensitive device handling precautions 2-5 Mechanical handling considerations 2-7 Hazardous materials 2-7

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List of terms and abbreviations


List of abbreviations List of terms 3-6 3-1

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Master Index

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About this document


This document provides an introduction to the documentation set for the OPTera Metro 4200 multiplexer. This document includes the following information: a brief description and ordering information for each of the Nortel Networks technical publications in the document set general safety guidelines list of terms and abbreviations master index which provides a guide for the user of the OPTera Metro 4200 documentation on where to find information on a particular topic

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Technical support and information


As far as Nortel Networks knows, the information in this document is correct. If, however, you discover any errors or have comments about the arrangement of the content, send details by email to: IONNTPS@nortelnetworks.com Nortel Networks provides a full technical support service for its customers. The Nortel Networks Service Desk can be called at any time on the following numbers: Within Europe: Freephone Outside of Europe: 00800 8008 9009 +44 20 8920 4618

Fax within the United Kingdom: 020 8945 3456 Fax outside of the United Kingdom: +44 20 8945 3456 As an option, you can contact technical support through the Nortel Networks web site: www.nortelnetworks.com and by selecting Customer Support.

EMC/Safety conformance
This product/product family complies with the essential protection requirements of the EMC Directive 89/336/EEC as amended by 92/31/ EEC, when it is properly installed and maintained and when it is used for the purposes for which it is intended.

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Code: EDEU0001 Issue: 4 Template: v5;970307

Declaration of Conformity
Suppliers Name & Address: Nortel Networks, of Doagh Road, Newtownabbey, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, BT36 6XA

We hereby declare that the products identified in Section 1 comply with the standards listed in Section 2 and fulfil our obligations under the EU Directives listed in Section 3. Section 1 - Products Covered Product Name OPTera Metro 4100 OPTera Metro 4200 Product Type STM4/16 Add Drop SDH Multiplexer system; permissable configurations which use subrack assembly (NTEU70AA) and fan tray assembly (NTEU55AA) (optional)

Section 2 - Standards Applied The Product described above is in conformity with the following standards: Stds Ref 1 1 2 2 Standard Number EN 55022 EN 50082-1 EN 60950 EN 60825-1 Edition Amendments 1995 1992 1992 1994 Subject of Standard Emissions from IT Equipment Generic Immunity Safety of IT equipment Safety of Laser Products

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Section 3 - European Union Directives Directive Number 89/336/EEC 92/31/EEC 93/68/EEC Abbreviated Directive Title EMC Directive Amendment to EMC Directive CE Marking Amending Directive Stds Ref 1 n/a n/a CE Marking Information (if applicable) n/a n/a n/a

Section 4 - Authority of Issuer Declaration Issued By: Position of Issuer: Signed: Date: Paul McMenamin Vice President Local Internet Product Development John Freebairn Director, Quality and Business Improvement ________________ ________________

The instructions for installation, use and maintenance form part of the product compliance and must be observed.
This declaration has been made in accordance with ISO/IEC Guide 22, General criteria for suppliers declaration of conformity

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Documentation overview
Introduction
This chapter provides an introduction to the documentation suite for the OPTera Metro 4200 multiplexer. The documents are divided into functionally related groups as follows:

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Common provides information common to all OPTera Metro 4200 documents, for example: safety, master index, terms and abbreviations Descriptive provides descriptions of the equipment, alarms, surveillance features, system applications and performance specifications Installation provides installation procedures Commissioning and testing provides commissioning and software provisioning information to enable the system to be initialized before services are enabled Operations, administration and provisioning provides information needed for OA&P purposes Maintenance contains information for maintenance purposes, including procedures for troubleshooting, clearing alarms and replacing units

NTP numbering
The above documentation groups provide the basis for the division of the documentation suite. Each individual document is identified by a unique 10-digit Nortel Networks technical publication number in the form XXX-YYYY-ZZZ, where: XXX represents a division number identifying the system name. YYYY represents the layer number identifying the product line. ZZZ represents the key number identifying the type of information. The XXX and YYYY numbers are the same throughout the documentation suite. The ZZZ number identifies the individual module.

List of documents.
The OPTera Metro 4200 documentation suite is presented in modular form; each module describes a particular part of the system or explains how to use it. The following paragraphs give a brief description of the contents of each module. See Table 1-1 for ordering codes for OPTera Metro 4200 documentation.
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Documentation common to all modules


Documentation Overview and Safety, 323-1233-090 This document contains a list of documents in the OPTera Metro 4200 documentation set, together with a brief description. The document acts as a high-level contents list and provides: general safety guidelines/procedures associated with the OPTera Metro 4200 including optical safety, and ESD handling a list of terms and abbreviations used throughout the OPTera Metro 4200 documentation, including a brief description where applicable a Master Index which provides a guide for the user of the OPTera Metro 4200 documentation on where to find information on a particular topic

OPTera Metro 4200 system and unit descriptions


System Description, 323-1233-100 This document provides a system level description of the OPTera Metro 4200. The document includes system level information including system configurations, software overview, alarms and surveillance and protection switching. The document acts as a concise introduction to the equipment and is recommended for anyone working with the OPTera Metro 4200. Software and Hardware Description, 323-1233-101 This document describes the network element software, descriptions on the subracks and a brief description of each of the cards, supported by a functional block diagram and an illustration of each faceplate. Planning and Ordering Guide, 323-1233-152 This document gives the information a customer requires to order the OPTera Metro 4200 equipment (that is, subracks, cards, cables, software, and documentation).

Installation and commissioning procedures


Installation Procedures, 323-1233-201 This document includes a complete set of instructions for the installation of the OPTera Metro 4200 subracks. The document includes information on installation prerequisites, safety guidelines, planning, installation procedures, and cable connections. Commissioning Procedures, 323-1233-220 Based on the Customer Acceptance Test document, this handbook provides commissioning and software provisioning information for initializing the system before conducting tests or enabling service. It also contains the system lineup and testing information.

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Operations, Administration and Provisioning


User Interface Description, 323-1233-301 This document describes the Browser user interface and the Command line interface. Also included are a description of the operator access privileges and the command menu structure. System and Data Administration Procedures, 323-1233-302 This document is for system operators who are responsible for provisioning and operating a OPTera Metro 4200 network element. Tasks include managing network security, date and time setting and managing data backups. This document also describes the procedures for installing and rebooting software on the OPTera Metro 4200 network element. Provisioning and Operations Procedures, 323-1233-310 This document contains the procedure for provisioning and configuration of the OPTera Metro 4200 network element. Provisioning default values are also provided.

Maintenance procedures
Network Surveillance Procedures, 323-1233-510 This document provides the network surveillance information. It gives procedures to monitor the status of the network and view the network logs, alarms and alerts and to provision traffic loopbacks. Alarm Clearing Procedures, 323-1233-543 This document provides information on how to locate and clear equipment alarms on the OPTera Metro 4200, descriptions of all LEDs and lamps associated with the OPTera Metro 4200, and procedures for cleaning optical connectors. Maintenance Procedures, 323-1233-547 This document provides procedures for replacing cards and for optical hygiene for cleaning optical connectors for the OPTera Metro 4200; this includes safety guidelines where appropriate.

Associated documents
The following documents are referred to in the documentation suite: EC-1 Network Upgrade Procedures, 323-1091-230 EC-1 User Procedures, 323-1091-402 Network Resources Manager, 323-4011-102 For information about installing ETSI racks refer to ETSI Rack Product Installation Manual, 323-0900-PIM.

Ordering codes for OPTera Metro 4200 documentation


The handbooks are available in two formats. Complete sets can be ordered in each format using the following codes:
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B5 Wire-O bound: NTEU68AB CD-ROM: NTEU67AB


Table 1-1 Ordering codes for OPTera Metro 4200 documentation Description Documentation Overview and Safety System Description Software and Hardware Descriptions Planning and Ordering Guide Installation Procedures Commissioning Procedures User Interface Description System and Data Administration Procedures Provisioning and Operations Procedures Network Surveillance Procedures Alarm Clearing Procedures Maintenance Procedures Code 323-1233-090 323-1233-100 323-1233-101 323-1233-152 323-1233-201 323-1233-220 323-1233-301 323-1233-302 323-1233-310 323-1233-510 323-1233-543 323-1233-547

Individual handbooks can be ordered by quoting the code as listed in Table 1-1 and adding a further three characters as follows to indicate the format and product release number. A letter following the 10 digit code is used to indicate the format: for B5 Wire-O bound the 10 digit number is followed by the letter B for CD-ROM the 10 digit number is followed by the letter C. The last two characters are numbers indicating the product release number. For example, product Release 1 uses the numbers 10 after the format character. To order further copies of this document in B5 Wire-O bound format, use the code: 3231233090B20

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Warning notices are provided to alert the reader to potentially hazardous situations which may arise if the proper precautions are ignored.

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Caution notices are provided to alert the reader to situations where damage to equipment or interruption of service may occur if the proper precautions are ignored. To avoid risk of injury or damage to equipment, follow all of the warning and caution notices provided in this document and on the OPTera Metro 4200 equipment, as well as the general safety procedures established by your company.

Optical safety aspects


The OPTera Metro 4200 equipment has been designed to meet the requirements of Specification EN 60825 as if they were Class 3A laser products, under normal operating and single fault conditions. The lasers normally operate in the Class 1 band and only enter Class 3A under worst case fault conditions. EN 60825 Class 3A requirements The Acceptable Emission Limits (AEL) for a wavelength of 1300 nm for Class 3A laser products is 24 mW (+13.8 dBm), reference EN60825-1 (IEC60825-1). The AEL for a wavelength of 1550 nm for Class 3A laser products is 50 mW (+17.0 dBm), reference EN60825-1 (IEC60825-1).

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Optical connector/fibre handling CAUTION


Optical connectors Clean all optical connectors by an approved method before making any optical connection. When making an optical connection, do not rotate the optical connector unnecessarily. When not connected, fit all optical plugs and couplings with captive caps.

CAUTION
Damage to optical fibres When dressing fibres, take care not to exceed the minimum bend radius (typically 35 mm) and do not overtighten tyraps used for dressing as damage may result.

WARNING
Danger from glass chips If there is any suspicion of a glass chip in the eye, seek medical attention at once.

The following precautions must be taken when working with single-fibre optical cables: Safety glasses must be worn when installing optical fibres. Small bits of glass fibre are almost invisible. After handling single fibre cables, hands should always be wiped clean or washed before making any contact with the eyes.

Handle optical fibres carefully and always position them in a safe and secure location during installation. Do not handle pieces of cut fibre with bare fingers. Use tweezers, or the sticky side of a piece of vinyl tape, to pick up and discard any loose fibre ends. All fibre cuttings should be placed in a plastic bottle provided for that purpose.

Normal operating conditions Under normal operating conditions each optical fibre section is essentially a closed system permitting no human access to optical radiation. WARNING
Optical safety - automatic laser shutdown (ALS) mechanism The optical units contain link options for disabling the automatic laser shutdown mechanism for test purposes. In normal operation, ensure that the laser shutdown mechanism is enabled (see Maintenance Procedures, 323-1233-547 for details).

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Installation and system maintenance There is no requirement during installation or maintenance for an operator to view a fibre end or connector whilst the associated laser is powered. However, under these operating conditions exposure to optical radiation is possible under the following conditions: when an optical connection is unmated on an operational fibre section when there is a break in the fibre section due to damage and when the section is operational

As the type of optical connectors used on all the systems do not involve the use of lenses, both the above conditions can be considered to be equivalent, i.e. the safety consideration is equivalent to that for an exposed fibre end. In these situations compliance with the Class 3A safety requirements discussed above is assured because the operating light power levels of these systems is below Class 3A limits. WARNING
Invisible laser radiation Do not stare into beam or view directly with optical instruments. Class 3A laser product. IEC 60825-1

Servicing The optical units are not intended for servicing by the operator. In the event of a fault, the optical units must be returned to Nortel Networks for repair or replacement. The customer should undertake to enforce certain engineering and administrative controls in the use of optical fibre systems, such as: Good housekeeping. Cleanliness and handling of fibres with care. Labelling is clearly visible at all times and not removed. Adequately trained staff. Although the OPTera Metro 4200 is designed to remain within Class 3A limits, it is recommended that the following safe working practices are observed: Never view an unterminated optical fibre or connector close to the optical transmitter, unless the optical source has been turned off. This also relates to a broken fibre in an optical cable section which should have the optical power removed. Removal of the optical power should be confirmed over a period of at least 2 minutes (due to the automatic laser shutdown and auto-restart facilities used on some systems). When not connected, fit all optical plugs and couplings with captive caps.
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When making a connection, do not rotate the optical plug unnecessarily. Clean all optical plugs and couplings by an approved method before making any optical connection. Procedures detailing the work to be carried out on the system, thereby minimising any risk to the maintenance staff. System operating levels Laser output powers are set up and controlled within 0.5 dB of nominal during manufacture. The optical output power level above is the mean power value which is the most onerous from the safety point of view. Identification Yellow laser output warning labels (see below) are fixed to the optical cards on laser based systems. The label is positioned close to the optical connector.

Yellow explanatory labels (see below) are fixed to the equipment which define the laser classification.

INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM OR VIEW DIRECTLY WITH OPTICAL

Automatic laser shutdown


The STM-1 optical tributary and STM-4 optical aggregate cards contain circuits which shut down the laser if certain fault conditions occur.

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The laser is shut down immediately if the OS-Optical_Power_High alarm is raised. The laser shutdown is latched; the laser remains off until the card is reseated or the subrack is power cycled. Note: The ALS link on the optical card has no effect on this shut down mechanism. Automatic laser shutdown (ALS) occurs if the RS-LOS alarm is present for greater than 550+50 ms. If the alarm clears the laser is switched back on immediately. If the alarm does not clear, the laser attempts to automatically restart by pulsing the laser on for 2 seconds every 180 seconds. Note: The operation of ALS can be disabled by removing the optical card and inserting a link on the card. The OS-Disable_Laser_Shutdown alarm is raised for the optical port instance. Conclusions As shown above, the accessible optical radiation available in these systems are within the Class 3A limits for continuous viewing and at any distance from a fibre end. Furthermore, the equipment design minimises access to optical radiation both physically and procedurally during all phases of operation

Electrical safety

WARNING
Electric Shock/Energy hazard The -48/60 Vdc supply can cause electric shock and can deliver high currents. Avoid contact with live parts. Remove all rings, watches and other metal jewellery before commencing work. Do not bridge conductors with tools etc.

Static sensitive device handling precautions

CAUTION
The cards contain static sensitive devices. These devices are sensitive to static electricity and must be protected by special handling and packaging.

Many items of electronic equipment contain components which are sensitive to discharges of static electricity. This can induce interference in working circuits and may damage small components such as integrated circuits. The problem occurs when static is rapidly discharged either through the equipment or via the equipment covers and adjacent metalwork.

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Products containing static sensitive devices are identified by a label (barred hand symbol), as shown below.

The risk of damage and interference can be minimised by following the precautions given in the European Standard basic specification for the protection of electrostatic sensitive devices, EN 100015-1. Some of these precautions are summarised below: Personnel must wear conductive and bonded wrist straps which conform to EN 100015-1 and be connected to an electrostatic discharge (ESD) bonding point or, if there is no point available, via an ESD adaptor. Do not connect to anodised metal or equipment front panels. Always connect the ESD wrist strap to the equipment rack ESD bonding point before removing covers, cards or connectors. The wrist strap must be in contact with the wearers skin. Cards should only be handled by the edges, avoiding contact with the components, printed circuit board tracks and connectors. Spare cards should be stored in their original anti-static packaging. Any cards removed from the subracks should be placed in anti-static bags. Servicing of cards or units should be carried out in an electrostatic protected area as defined in EN 100015-1. If this is not practical, use conductive floor and bench mats connected to the equipment rack ESD bonding point. All test equipment and trolleys should be connected to the ESD bonding point.

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Mechanical handling considerations


CAUTION
Risk of personal injury Due to the weight of the subrack, the mounting of the subrack in the rack requires two installers for safe working.

CAUTION
Risk of damage to equipment When inserting a card, ensure that the card is inserted in the card-guides.

Hazardous materials
There are no potentially hazardous materials that require special handling during normal operation, maintenance and repair. However, small amounts of hazardous materials are used in the manufacture of some electrical components. Nortel Networks identifies those components which use a significant quantity of potentially hazardous materials and provides details of the special handling techniques required. Where no special handling techniques are detailed, or when it is not known if a component contains hazardous materials, the following general recommendations for the handling and disposal of electrical components should be followed: Do not dismantle the component. If already broken, collect all the broken parts avoiding skin contact and inhalation. Place in a suitable container for disposal. Do not incinerate. Dispose of in accordance with local toxic waste procedures or in accordance with the recommendations of component manufacturers.

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This chapter provides a list of terms and acronyms used in the OPTera Metro 4200 documentation. A brief description is also provided where applicable. The terms and abbreviations listed in this section are neither intended to be exhaustive, nor are they to be used as authoritative standards. To a large extent the items included reflect common usage and are used in the text of this handbook and/or in associated documentation. It is recognised that certain terms and abbreviations in this glossary may conflict, or be incompatible, with certain standards. However, it is hoped that where an abbreviation has by common usage more than one meaning, the context of its use resolves any ambiguity. Wherever possible, the first time any abbreviation is used in this handbook it is spelt out in full.

List of abbreviations
A1, A2 ADM AGC agg AIS ALS AMI APD APS ASCII ASIC AU AUG AUI B1 B2 B3 Framing Bytes in STM-N SOH signals Add-Drop Multiplexer Automatic Gain Control Aggregate Alarm Indication Signal. Automatic Laser Shutdown Alternate Mark Inversion Avalanche Photodiode Automatic Protection Switching American Standard Code for Information Interchange Application Specific Integrated Circuit Administrative Unit. Administrative Unit Group Attachment Unit Interface Parity byte for the Regenerator Section Overhead Parity byte for the Multiplex Section Overhead Parity byte for the High-Order Path Overhead

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3-2 List of terms and abbreviations BER C2 CAT CCITT CLK CLUI CRC CSMA/CD CV D1-D3 D4-D12 DAC DCC DCCM DCCR DCE DEG DS DTE E1, E2 EC ECC EMC EOC EOI EOS EOW ESD ESI ESO ESP ESWD ETSI EXC EXT Bit Error Rate Payload Label byte in a VC-4 Craft Access Terminal International Telephone and Telegraph Consultative Committee Clock Command Line User Interface Cyclic Redundancy Check Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Detection Code Violation DCCR channels bytes in STM-N SOH DCCR and DCCM channels bytes in STM-N SOH Digital to Analog Converter Data Communications Channel Multiplex Section Data Communications Channel Regenerator Section Data Communications Channel Data-Circuit terminating Equipment Degraded (Signal) Digital Signal. Data Terminal Equipment EOW bytes in STM-N SOH signals Element Controller Embedded Control Channel ElectroMagnetic Compatibility Embedded Operation Channel Electro-Optic Interface End of Shelf Engineering Order Wire Electrostatic Discharge External Synchronization Input External Synchronization Output ElectroStatic Protection Electronic Software Download European Telecommunication Standards Institution Excessive Bit Error External

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List of terms and abbreviations 3-3 F1, F2, F3 FC FPGA G1 HW H4 HCI HDB3 HDLC HO HP HPOM I/F I/P IEEE INT I/O IS ISDN ISO ITU-T Bytes in overhead used for regenerator and maintenance tasks fibre connector Field Programmable Gate Array VC-4 Path Status Byte Hardware VC-4 Multiframe Position Indicator Human Computer Interface High Density Bipolar level 3. High-level Data Link Code High Order High-order Path High-order Path Overhead Monitor Interface Input Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Internal input / output Intermediate System Integrated Service Digital Network International Standards Organization International Telecommunications Union Telecommunications Path Trace Identifier Byte in RS SOH Path Trace Identifier Byte in VC-4, VC-3 POH Path Trace Identifier Byte in VC-12 POH APS signalling bytes, plus MS-RDI, in STM-N SOH signal APS signalling bytes in VC-4 POH signal Payload instance reference number Local Area Network Link Access Protocol of the ISDN D channel Light Emitting Diode Lower End of Shelf Line Interface Circuit Low Order Loss of Frame

J0 J1 J2 K1, K2 K3 klm LAN LapD LED LEOS LIU LO LOF

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3-4 List of terms and abbreviations LOM LOP LOS LP LPOM LSB M1 MAC Mbit/s MCF MFS MHz MMI MS MSA MSB MSOH MSP MST Mux N1 NE NLC NMI NRM NTP O/P ODF OAM OHA OOF(A) OOL OOL OS OSI PC PDH Loss of Multiframe Loss of Pointer Loss of Signal Low-order Path Low-order Path Overhead Monitor Least Significant Bit MS-REI byte in STM-N SOH signals Media Access Control Megabits per second Message Communication Function Multiframe Synchronization Mega Hertz Man Machine Interface Multiplex Section Multiplex Section Adaptation Most Significant Bit Multiplex Section Overhead Multiplex Section Protection Multiplex Section Termination Multiplexer Network Operator Byte for Tandem Connection Monitoring Network Element (Mux) Network Level Controller Non-Maskable Interrupt Network Resource Manager Nortel Networks technical publication Output Optical Distribution Frame Operations, Administration and Maintenance Overhead Access Out of Of Frame (Alignment) Out-of-Limits Out of Lock Operating System Open Systems Interconnection Physical Contact fibre connector Plesiochronous Digital Hierarchy

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List of terms and abbreviations 3-5 PLL PLM PM PMP POH PPS PRC PTI PUPS QECC QL RAM RAU RDI REI RF RFI RFI RSOH RS RTC RX S SW S1 SCI SD SDH SEC SEMF SETG SETPI SETS SNC-P SOH SP SPI SSM Phase Locked Loop Payload Label Mismatch Performance Monitoring Performance Monitoring Point Path OverHead Path Protection Switching Primary Reference Clock Path Trace Identifier Point of Use Power supply Q interface Embedded Communications Channel Quality Level Random Access Memory Rack Alarm Unit Remote Defect Indicator Remote Error Indication Radio Frequency Remote Fail Indicator Radio Frequency Interface Regenerator Section Overhead Regenerator Section Real Time Clock Receive Slot Software Sync Status byte in STM-N SOH signals Serial Communications Interface Signal Degraded Synchronous Digital Hierarchy SDH Equipment Clock Synchronous Equipment Management Function Synchronous Equipment Timing Generator Synchronous Equipment Timing Physical Interface Synchronous Equipment Timing Source Sub-Network Connection Protection Section Overhead Shelf Processor Serial Peripheral Interface Synchronization Status Messaging OPTera Metro 4200 Documentation Overview and Safety

3-6 List of terms and abbreviations SSR SSU STM STM-1 STM-4 STM-16 STM-64 TCS TN TN-MS TSI TU TUG TX UEOS UI V5 VC VCXO WAN WTR Synchronous Software Release Synchronization Supply Unit Synchronous Transport Module Synchronous Transmission Module level 1 (155.52 Mbit/s) Synchronous Transmission Module level 4 (622.08 Mbit/s) Synchronous Transmission Module level 16 (2488.32 Mbit/s) Synchronous Transmission Module level 64 (9953.28 Mbit/s) Transport Control System Transport Node Transport Node Management System TimeSlot Interchange Tributary Unit Tributary Unit Group Transmit Upper End of Shelf User Interface VC-12 path overhead byte Virtual Container Voltage Controlled Crystal Oscillator Wide Area Network Wait To Restore

List of terms
Alarm Indication Signal (AIS) A signal that replaces the normal traffic signal when a maintenance alarm has been activated. Used to advise downstream equipment that the section has become unacceptable and that it has been taken out of service. Administrative Unit (AU) Element of the Synchronous Digital Hierarchy which consists of a Virtual Container (VC) plus an AU pointer. The phase alignment of the AU pointers are fixed with relation to the STM-1 frame and indicate the positions of the VCs. Administrative Unit Group (AUG) Element of the Synchronous Digital Hierarchy which is formed by a group of AUs. Aggregate The higher rate signal output from a multiplexer which is a combination of the lower rate signals.
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Bit Interleaved Parity (BIP) A simple parity check method. Craft Access Terminal (CAT) Software designed to run on a portable IBM-PC compatible Laptop computer which provides access to operational and maintenance functions of the Synchronous Multiplexer. Configuration The process of entering parameters after initialization so that the equipment is configured by the software to suit the requirements of the customer. Container (C) Basic element of the STM-1 signal consisting of a group of bytes allocated to carry the transmission rates defined in ITU-U recommendation G702. Detached mode An operating mode of the NE in which routing of traffic cannot be altered without operator intervention. Frame A set of consecutive bytes in which the position of the bytes can be identified by reference to a frame alignment word. High Density Bipolar (HDB) A modified form of an Alternate Mark Inversion Code (AMI) in which the maximum number of consecutive zeros that may be transmitted is defined (e.g., HDB3 indicates that no more than three consecutive zeros are transmitted). Effected by the addition of extra marks during encoding and the removal of these extra marks during decoding. Instance scheme The reference system used in the user interface to uniquely identify the card position, slot, port number, and payload. Interleaving The process of cyclically combining the data bits from several tributaries to form a serial data stream. Jitter Short term variations of the significant instants of a digital signal from their ideal positions in time. Justification A process whereby an extra, non-data bit is inserted into some frames of the tributary data but not others, in order to adjust the average tributary bit rate to correspond to the multiplexer frame rate. Holdover mode An operating mode in which the NE maintains the timing of the last synchronization source.
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Multiplexing The process of combining a number of signals so that they can share a common transmission facility. Open Systems Interconnect (OSI) A seven layer reference model for the definition of interfaces in communication systems. Path Overhead (POH) Overhead information pertaining to the end to end paths. Plesiochronous The essential characteristic of time-scales or signals such that their corresponding significant instants occur at nominally the same rate, any variation in rate being constrained within specified limits. Section Overhead (SOH) Overhead information pertaining to a particular section of the network. Synchronous The essential characteristic of a time-scales or signals such that their corresponding significant instants usually occur at precisely the same average rate. Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (SDH) The name given to the ITU-U recommendations which detail the world standards covering synchronous transmission. Synchronous Transport Level 1 Basic element of the Synchronous Digital Hierarchy which comprises either one AU-4 or three AU-3s and Section Overhead information. Tributary The lower rate signal input to a multiplexer for combination (multiplexing) with other low rate signals to form an aggregate higher rate signal. Tributary Unit (TU) Element of the Synchronous Digital Hierarchy which consists of a Virtual Container (VC) plus an TU pointer. The phase alignment of the TU pointers is fixed with relation to the next highest level of the hierarchy and indicates the positions of the VC. Tributary Unit Group (TUG) Element of the Synchronous Digital Hierarchy which is formed by a group of identical TUs or TUGs. Virtual Container (VC) Element of the Synchronous Digital Hierarchy built up from a container plus Path Overhead information. Higher level VCs may comprise a number of TUs or TUGs.

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1+1 1+1 protection 34/45 Mbit/s electrical tributary card 101-2-30 STM-1e/140Mbit/s electrical tributary 101-2-23 34/45 Mbit/s 1+1 protection I/O card 101-2-33 card layout 101-2-35 control logic 101-2-35 equipping 101-2-35 power supply 101-2-35 splitter 101-2-35 switch 101-2-35 card protection cables 152-2-16 remove a forced switch 310-5-27 remove a lockout command 310-5-27 card protection (electrical trib) cables 152-2-15, 201-3-13 create an association 310-5-18 description 100-7-2 procedures 310-5-18 MSP see multiplex section protection protection card (34/45Mbit/s electrical trib) replacing 547-3-24 STM-1e/140 Mbit/s 1+1 protection I/O card 101-2-25 control logic 101-2-26 equipping 101-2-26 power supply 101-2-26 splitter 101-2-26 switch 101-2-26 1+1 Card Protection 1+1 Card Protection software 101-1-10 1+1 MSP 1+1 MSP protection software 101-1-8

41+1 Multiplexer Section Protection 101-1-8 1+1CP 1+1 CP protection software 101-1-9 2 Mbit/s 2 Mbit/s ASIC 2 Mbit/s electrical tributary card 101-2-39 cable (120 ohm) 201-6-9 cable (75 ohm) 201-6-4 connecting BT43 connectors 201-6-4 electrical tributary card 101-2-37 2 Mbit/s ASIC 101-2-39 alarm LEDs 101-2-39 card controller 101-2-38 card layout 101-2-40 equipping 101-2-39 line interface circuit (LIU) 101-2-38 PUPS 101-2-39 transpro circuit 101-2-39 2Mbit/s electrical tributary card replacing 547-3-18 specifications 100-14-10 34/45 Mbit/s 1+1 protection I/O card 101-2-33 card layout 101-2-35 control logic 101-2-35 equipping 101-2-35 power supply 101-2-35 splitter 101-2-35 switch 101-2-35 electrical tributary card 101-2-28 1+1 protection 101-2-30 alarm LEDS 101-2-31 backplane drivers 101-2-30 card controller 101-2-29 card layout 101-2-32

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equipping 101-2-31 L3 mapper 101-2-30 PUPS 101-2-30 Traffic FPGA 101-2-30 34/45Mbit/s 1+1 protection card (electrical trib) replacing 547-3-24 electrical tributary card replacing 547-3-22 setting bit rate 310-2-20

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Abbreviations 090-3-1 Access control browser user interface 302-1-4 command line session from CAT 302-1-14 from CAT 302-1-11 logging in 301-4-1 Acoustic noise specifications 100-14-9 Action report description 100-9-27 action log alarm/action log cleared 510-3-6 align/date time 510-3-5 card restart 510-3-17 clearing 510-3-24 configuration change 510-3-4 configuration operation completed 510-3-22 configuration operation fail 510-3-23 ESO synchronization source switch 510-3-18 ESO synchronization squelch 510-3-19 fault clearing 543-1-2 NE resart 510-3-16 protection switch 510-3-8 to 510-3-13 session event 510-3-7 SETG synchronization source switch 510-3-14 software operation completed 510-3-20 software operation fail 510-3-21 synchronization QL change 510-3-15 viewing 510-3-2 Add/drop
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connection (protected) description 100-6-5 in ring network 100-6-16 connection (unprotected) description 100-6-4 in linear network 100-6-16 add/drop chain system test 220-6-1 connection (protected) add 310-3-19 in linear network 100-6-18 connection (unprotected) add 310-3-17 in ring network 100-6-15 add/drop chain description 100-3-3 add/drop ring description 100-3-4 ADM subrack configuration 100-2-3 administration server (netscape) 220-2-8 aggregate and trib to trib connections add 310-3-15 air duct install 201-4-24, 201-5-25 air filter inspect and clean 547-4-6 alarm clearing 543-1-1 consequent action 543-1-7 setting 310-7-6 view status 310-7-2 correlation 543-1-3 defaults 310-1-1 external input change name 310-7-15 configure active state 310-7-16 configure filtering 310-7-18 view configuration 310-7-14 external output change name 310-7-22 clear configuration 310-7-21 configure status 310-7-23 set configuration 310-7-20 view configuration 310-7-19 indications 100-9-3, 543-1-2 indications on fan tray 100-9-3 RAU

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change priority 310-7-25 view priority 310-7-24 RAU category 543-1-4 report format 100-9-8 reporting, to RAU 100-9-4 reports configure 100-9-5 severity 543-1-4 states 100-9-9 threshold change value 310-7-12 view status 310-7-9 alarm log clear 510-1-4 view 510-1-2 alarm messages disable 510-5-3 enable 510-5-3 status view 510-5-2 alarm report status AU4 free 510-2-9 view 510-2-10 alarm reports browser 301-2-10 command line 301-3-9 configure 100-9-5, 510-2-4 configure section or path trace 510-2-7 view 510-2-2 AlarmS filtering 100-9-9 Alarms alarm LEDS 2 Mbit/s electrical tributary card 101-2-39 34/45 Mbit/s electrical tributary card 101-2-31 EOW card 101-2-43 LEOS card 101-2-49, 101-2-54 STM-1 optical tributary card 101-2-17 STM-16 optical aggregate card 101-2-6 STM-4 optical tributary card 101-2-11 alarm management software features 101-1-2 correlation 100-9-9 external alarm inputs UEOS card 101-2-52 external alarm outputs LEOS card 101-2-47 external input description 100-9-26

external output description 100-9-25 rack alarm unit (RAU) alarm LEDS 101-2-51 alarms alarm/action log cleared 510-3-6 align action log align/date time 510-3-5 ALS see automatic laser shutdown 101-2-11 altitude specifications 100-14-6 application software loading from EC 302-4-10 area address configure 310-6-7 description 100-8-3 AU4 free alarm report status 510-2-9 AU4 payload instance format 100-5-4 AU-Alarm_Indication_Signal (AIS) alarm 543-2-43 Audio audio bridge engineering order wire (EOW) card 101-2-42 audit configuration data 302-3-10 AU-Loss_of_Pointer (LOP) alarm 543-2-45 Automatic laser shutdown (ALS) STM16 optical aggregate card 101-2-5 STM4 optical aggregate card 101-2-5 STM-4 optical tributary card 101-2-11 automatic laser shutdown (ALS) description 090-2-5, 100-9-28, 547-1-4 automatic logout 301-4-2 automatic protection switch description 100-7-15

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Backplane backplane drivers 34/45 Mbit/s electrical tributary card 101-2-30 barred QL override configure 310-4-20 configure ESO 310-4-21 BER alarm threshold change value 310-7-12

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view status 310-7-9 blanking plate, ordering 152-2-6 blocked (connection status) 100-6-26 bookmarks 301-2-13 browser user interface alarm reports 301-2-10 bookmarks 301-2-13 command confirmation 301-2-8 definition 302-1-4 duty class 302-1-4 event reporting 301-2-10 execute a command 301-2-5 functions 301-2-2 input window 301-2-6 instance scheme 301-2-7 introduction 301-2-1 main menu (homepage) 301-2-2 message reporting 301-2-8 navigate 301-2-5, 301-2-13 output window 301-2-10 Browsers browser software 101-1-4 user interface access control 302-1-4 BT43 connecting 201-6-4 BT43 connectors 201-3-12

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cable 2 Mbit/s tributary 201-6-2 craft access terminal 201-6-20 EOW 201-6-21 ethernet 201-6-23 external alarm input 201-6-17 external alarm output 201-6-18 external synchronsation interface (ESI) 201-6-24 optical patchcord 201-6-22 power 201-6-1 rack alarm unit (RAU) 201-6-19 STM-1e/140 Mbit/s 201-6-12 Cable_Error alarm 543-2-178 Cables cable driver STM-1e/140Mbit/s electrical tributary card 101-2-22 cable equalizer

STM-1e/140Mbit/s electrical tributary card 101-2-22 cables 1+1 card (electrical trib) protection 152-2-15 1+1 card protection 152-2-16 2 Mbit/s (120 ohm) 201-6-9 2 Mbit/s cable (120 ohm) 201-6-4 cables, ordering 152-2-9 card 1+1 protection I/O 152-2-5 additional service 152-2-5 aggregate 152-2-3 insertion 201-7-2 instance format 100-5-2 removal 201-7-2 software upgrade 302-4-2 tributary 152-2-4 card insertion/removal 547-3-2 card slot equipping 310-2-6 mark unavailable 310-2-16 unequip 310-2-25 view equipped 310-2-2 CAT see craft access terminal circuit breaker fan tray, rating 201-3-6 subrack, rating 201-3-6 clean optical connector 201-7-9 clear alarm log 510-1-4 clear (alarm state) 100-9-9 clearing action log 510-3-24 faultst action log 543-1-2 clns neighbours view address 310-6-15 CMI encoder/decoder STM-1e/140Mbit/s electrical tributary card 101-2-22 CODEC engineering order wire (EOW) card 101-2-42 codes 19 inch (482 mm) installation kit 201-3-16

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BT43 connectors 201-3-12 cables 201-3-10, 201-3-11 equipment 201-3-8 ETSI installation kit 201-3-14 ETSI rack covers 201-3-18 ETSI racks 201-3-18 fan installation kit 201-3-17 cold restart 302-4-28 command line user interface alarm reports 301-3-9 autonomous messages 301-3-9 command confirmation 301-3-8 command prompt 301-3-5 command structure summary 301-3-1 detached mode 301-3-5 entering parameters 301-3-6 event reporting 301-3-10 instance scheme 301-3-7 introduction 301-3-1 login from CAT 302-1-14 login from EC 302-1-8 message reporting 301-3-8 navigate 301-3-4 opening screen 301-3-3 password 301-4-1 response (non-autonomous) messages 301-3-8 shortcuts 301-3-5 command structure introduction 301-5-1 Commands command line session from CAT,access control 302-1-14 command line interface software 101-1-4 commissioning introduction 220-1-1 test equipment 220-1-2 tests 220-1-1 communications area address view neighbours 310-6-15 area address, configure 310-6-7 Intermediate System to Intermediate System Level 2 routing see, ISIS Level 2 routing IS-IS Level 2 routing LAN service, configure 310-6-6 Lapd link

configure settings 310-6-5 view settings 310-6-3 view status 310-6-4 routing information base 100-8-3 view status 310-6-14 configuration abort restore 302-3-26 administration procedures 302-3-1 audit 100-13-4 audit data 302-3-10 backout 302-3-28 change action log 510-3-4 consolidation of stores 302-3-12 description 100-13-1 display upgrade status 302-3-9 impose 302-3-30 operation completed action log 510-3-22 operation fail action log 510-3-23 upgrade states 100-13-2 configuration table status 100-13-2 Configurations configuration handler 101-1-3 configuration task 101-1-6 connected (connection status) 100-6-26 Connecting CAT in NE 302-1-2 connecting BT43 connectors 201-6-4 connection add a dual trib to aggregate 310-3-13 add a protected trib to trib 310-3-11 add a ring to ring (protected) 310-3-21 add a trib to trib (unprotected) 310-3-9 add an aggregate and trib to trib 310-3-15 add through (aggregate) 310-3-8 add user label 310-3-7 defaults 310-1-11 protection procedures 310-5-3 remove 310-3-23 remove all 310-3-24 timeslot allocation 100-6-20 view protection status 310-5-3 view report 310-3-2 Connections

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add/drop (protected) desription 100-6-5 in ring network 100-6-16 add/drop (unprotectected) desription 100-6-4 add/drop (unprotected) in linear network 100-6-16 connection handler 101-1-6 connection software 101-1-6 connections add an add/drop (unprotected) 310-3-17 add an add-drop (protected) 310-3-19 add/drop (protected) in linear network 100-6-18 add/drop (unprotected) in ring network 100-6-15 description 100-6-1 map 100-6-2 PPS PPS see path protection switching ring to ring (protected) description 100-6-13 status report description 100-6-26 timeslot switching 100-6-20 types 100-6-2 connectors BT43 201-6-4 consequent action alarm 543-1-7 description 100-9-2 setting 310-7-6 view status 310-7-2 Controller card controller 2 Mbit/s electrical tributary 101-2-38 34/45 Mbit/s electrical tributary card 101-2-29 STM-1 optical tributary card 101-2-16 STM-1e/140Mbit/s electrical tributary card 101-2-21 STM-4 optical tributary card 101-2-10 Controls access control command line session from CAT 302-1-14 from CAT 302-1-11 control logic

34/45 Mbit/s 1+1 protection I/O card 101-2-35 STM-1e/140 Mbit/s 1+1 protection I/O card 101-2-26 ringer control EOW telephone interface unit (ETU) 101-2-45 core shelf, ordering 152-2-2 covers code 201-3-18 install 201-4-30 air filter 201-4-27, 201-5-28 Craft access terminal connecting in NE 302-1-2 craft access terminal application software 302-4-9 cable 201-6-20 connect to NE 220-3-5, 302-4-7 duty class 100-4-4 functions 100-4-3 installing CAT software 220-2-6 installing Netscape FastTrack Server 220-2-1 installing Netscape Navigator 220-2-1 login 302-1-4 login to command line session 302-1-14 user interfaces 100-4-3 Craft access terminal (CAT) access control 302-1-11 user sessions 302-1-11 Critical (alarm severity) 100-9-2, 543-1-6

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data communications description 100-8-1 date aligning 302-2-2 default alarm settings 310-1-1 connection 310-1-11 loopback settings 310-1-14 password 302-1-11, 302-1-14 performance monitor settings 310-1-11 provisioning values 310-1-1 synchronization settings 310-1-13 tributary card settings 310-1-11 Deferred (RAU category) 100-9-2, 543-1-6 detached mode

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description 100-13-4, 302-3-3 STM-1e/140Mbit/s electrical tributary force 302-3-32 card 101-2-20 indicator 301-2-12 1+1 protection 101-2-23 dimensions alarm LEDS 101-2-23 fan tray 100-14-2 backplane interface 101-2-22 subrack 100-14-2 cable driver 101-2-22 dimensions of subrack 201-1-2 cable equalizer 101-2-22 download application software 220-3-11 card controller 101-2-21 dual trib to aggregate connection card layout 101-2-24 add 310-3-13 CMI encoder/decoder 101-2-22 description 100-6-12 equipping 101-2-23 Duty LP mapper 101-2-22 class monitor connector 101-2-22 browser user interface 302-1-4 OHP3 101-2-22 duty class PUPS 101-2-22 browser user interface from CAT 302-1-11 traffic FPGA 101-2-22 craft access terminal 100-4-4 electromagnetic compatibility description 301-4-2 radiated emission 100-14-9 element controller 100-4-3 Electro-optical interface (EOI) STM-16 optical aggregate card 101-2-2 element controller E duty class 100-4-3 EA-Ext_inp alarm 543-2-143 login to command line session 302-1-8 EA-Ext_out alarm 543-2-144 span of control 100-4-3 earthing standby 100-4-3 fan tray, description 201-3-6 user interfaces 100-4-2 strategy, fan tray 100-12-6 embedded communications channel 100-8-2 strategy, subrack 100-12-5 Engineering subrack, description 201-3-6 engineering order wire (EOW) echo mode card 101-2-41 view 510-5-4, 510-5-6 alarm LEDS 101-2-43 Electrical audio bridge 101-2-42 2 Mbit/s electrical tributary card 101-2-38 CODEC 101-2-42 2 Mbit/s ASIC 101-2-39 equipping 101-2-43 card layout 101-2-40 make-break switch 101-2-43 equipping 101-2-39 microcontroller 101-2-41 line interface circuit (LIU) 101-2-38 PLD 101-2-42 PUPS 101-2-39 probe 101-2-43 transpro circuit 101-2-39 PUPS 101-2-43 34/45 Mbit/s electrical tributary engineering order wire telephone interface card 101-2-28 unit (ETU) 1+1 protection 101-2-30 ringer control 101-2-45 alarm LEDS 101-2-31 ringer generator 101-2-46 backplane drivers 101-2-30 engineering order wire telephone interface card controller 101-2-29 unit (ETU) card 101-2-45 card layout 101-2-32 engineering order wire equipping 101-2-31 answer an EOW call 310-6-19 L3 mapper 101-2-30 install EOW equipment 310-6-16 PUPS 101-2-30 start an EOW call 310-6-18 traffic FPGA 101-2-30 Engineering order wire (EOW)
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EOW card 101-2-41 alarm LEDS 101-2-43 audio bridge 101-2-42 CODEC 101-2-42 equipping 101-2-43 make- break switch 101-2-43 microcontroller 101-2-41 PLD 101-2-42 probe 101-2-43 PUPS 101-2-43 Engineering order wire telephone interface unit (ETU) equipping 101-2-46 ETU card 101-2-45 LEDS 101-2-46 ringer control 101-2-45 ringer generator 101-2-46 subscriber line interface unit (SLIC) 101-2-45 Engineering order wire, see EOW EOI see electro-optical interface EOS see End of shelf EOW description 100-8-5 preventing loops 100-8-8 see engineering order wire 101-2-41 EOW cable 201-6-21 EOW card replacement 547-3-28 Equip_Fail alarm 543-2-175 Equip_Out alarm 543-2-176 equipment, ordering 152-2-1 equipped cards view 310-2-2 view ports 310-2-4 Equipping 2 Mbit/s electrical tributary card 101-2-39 34/45 Mbit/s 1+1 protection I/O card 101-2-35 34/45 Mbit/s electrical tributary card 101-2-31 EOW card 101-2-43 EOW telephone interface unit (ETU) 101-2-46 LEOS card 101-2-48 STM-1 optical tributary card 101-2-17 STM-1e/140 Mbit/s 1+1 protection I/O card 101-2-26

STM-1e/140Mbit/s electrical tributary card 101-2-23 STM-4 optical tributary card 101-2-11 upper end of shelf (UEOS) card 101-2-54 ESI see external synchronization interface ESO see external synchronization output squelch conditions 310-4-9 ESO hierarchy configure 310-4-9 configure synchronization 220-3-19 description 100-11-6 ethernet cable 152-2-17, 201-6-23 ethernet ports description 100-8-2 ETU see Engineering order wire interface unit event messages disable 510-5-3 enable 510-5-3 status view 510-5-2 event reporting browser 301-2-10 command line 301-3-10 ew 310-6-13 External 101-2-47 2 MHz synchronization ports UEOS card 101-2-51 external alarm inputs UEOS card 101-2-52 external alarm outputs LEOS card 101-2-47 external alarm input cable 201-6-17 external alarm output cable 201-6-18 external input alarms change name 310-7-15 configure active state 310-7-16 configure filtering 310-7-18 view configuration 310-7-14 external output alarms change name 310-7-22 clear configuration 310-7-21 configure status 310-7-23 set configuration 310-7-20 view configuration 310-7-19 External Synchronization Output (ESO) synchronization source switch action log 510-3-18 external synchronization output (ESO)

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synchronization squelch action log 510-3-19

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Generator ringer generator EOW telephone interface unit (ETU) 101-2-46 GraceLan graceLan hub LEOS card 101-2-48 UEOS card 101-2-52

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failure holdoff enable or disable 310-5-14 failure holdoff time configure 310-4-11 description 100-7-18 enable or disable 310-4-12 setting 310-5-13 fan fan assembly replacement 547-4-2 full speed test 547-4-7 replacement of a single fan 547-4-4 fan installation kit ordering 152-2-9 ordering spares 152-2-9 fan tray alarm connector 201-4-29, 201-5-31 install 201-4-24, 201-5-25 power connector 201-4-28, 201-5-29 Fans fan tray 101-2-57 alarm LEDS 101-2-59 control circuit 101-2-57 equipping 101-2-58 layout 101-2-59 power supply 101-2-57 faults clearing faults action log 543-1-2 fibre tray install 19 inch (482 mm) rack 201-5-6 ETSI rack 201-4-5 fibrescope 547-2-1 forced protection switch description 100-7-17 operating 310-5-10 forced sync selection description 100-11-3 FPGA see ?? 101-2-29 free (connection status) 100-6-26 fuse card 100-12-3 fan tray, rating 100-12-4, 201-3-6 subrack, rating 100-12-4, 201-3-6

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Hardware OPTera Metro 4200 hardware desription 101-2-1 hazardous materials 090-2-7, 547-1-1 holdover mode description 100-11-6 homepage browser 301-2-2 hp path trace configure settings 310-8-5 view settings 310-8-4 hp payload label configure 310-8-10 configure the acceptable payload label 310-8-11 enable or disable 310-8-9 view settings 310-8-8 HP-Excessive errors (EXC) alarm 543-2-46 HP-Loss_of_Multiframe (LOM) alarm 543-2-54 HPOM-Excessive errors (EXC) alarm 543-2-73 HP-Path_Label_Mismatch (PLM) alarm 543-2-58, 543-2-77 HP-Remote_Defect_Indicator (RDI) alarm 543-2-52 HP-Remote_Error_Indicator (REI) alarm 543-2-56 HP-Signal Degrade (DEG) alarm 543-2-48 HP-Signal_Fail (SF) alarm 543-2-62 HP-Trace Identifier Mismatch (TIM) 543-2-50, 543-2-75 HP-Unequipped alarm 543-2-60, 543-2-79 Hub graceLan hub LEOS card 101-2-48 UEOS card 101-2-52 hub operation description 100-3-12
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humidity specifications 100-14-5 hyper text markup language (HTML) 301-2-2

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In station (RAU category) 100-9-2, 543-1-6 initial mux configuration 220-3-24 install 19 inch (482 mm) rack 1+1 protection cables 201-5-20 air filter 201-5-28 airduct 201-5-25 cables 201-5-12 fan tray 201-5-25 fibre tray 201-5-6 installation kit 201-3-16 optical fibres 201-5-12 subrack 201-5-14 support brackets 201-5-6 card 547-3-2 ETSI rack 1+1 protection cables 201-4-19 air duct 201-4-24 air filter 201-4-27 cables 201-4-10 covers 201-4-30 fan tray 201-4-24 fibre tray 201-4-5 installation kit 201-3-14 optical fibres 201-4-12 subrack 201-4-13 support brackets 201-4-5 fan tray 201-4-24, 201-5-25 alarm connector 201-4-29, 201-5-31 installation kit 201-3-17 power connector 201-4-28, 201-5-29 installation kit, ordering 152-2-7 instance scheme browser user interface 301-2-7 description 100-5-1 rules 100-5-2 in-station tests optical power measurement 220-3-17 INT LP-Input Buffer Overflow alarm 543-2-64, 543-2-94 INT LP-Output Buffer Overflow alarm 543-2-66, 543-2-96 INT NE-Config_All_Banks_Corrupt alarm 543-2-163

INT NE-Config_Audit_Mismatch alarm 543-2-168 INT NE-Config_Available_Bank_Corrupt alarm 543-2-164 INT NE-Config_Bp_Mismatch alarm 543-2-148 INT NE-Config_Corrup_Bank alarm 543-2-162 INT NE-Config_Corrupt alarm 543-2-145 INT NE-Config_Software_Mismatch alarm 543-2-166 INT NE-Config_Validation_Error alarm 543-2-170 INT NE-Spi_Comms_Fail alarm 543-2-142 INT NE-Standby_Config_Audit_Mismatch alarm 543-2-173 INT NE-Standby_Config_Fail alarm 543-2-174 INT NE-Standby_Config_Flash_Corrupt alarm 543-2-172 INT NE-Standby_Config_Sw_Unstable alarm 543-2-171 INT TU-Alarm Indication Signal (AIS) alarm 543-2-83 INT TU-Loss of Pointer (LOP) alarm 543-2-84 Interfaces backplane interfaces STM-1e/140Mbit/s electrical tributary 101-2-22 browser user interface access control 302-1-4 definition 302-1-4 duty class 302-1-4 command line interfaces software 101-1-4 electro-optical interface STM-16 optical aggregate card 101-2-2 electro-optical interfaces STM-1 optical tributary card 101-2-15 STM-4 optical tributary card 101-2-9 EOS interface software 101-1-5 EOW telephone interface unit (ETU) equipping 101-2-46 ringer control 101-2-45 ringer regenerator 101-2-46 subscriber line interface circuit (SLIC) 101-2-45 external synchronization interface (ESI) LEOS card 101-2-47

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rack alarm unit (RAU) interface UEOS card 101-2-51 serial peripheral interface (SPI) EOS interface software 101-1-5 subrack power interface LEOS card 101-2-47 subscriber line interface circuit (SLIC) 101-2-45 subsriber line interface unit (SLIC) 101-2-45 user interface software 101-1-4 Intermediate System to Intermediate System Level 2 routing see IS-IS Level 2 routing inter-ring connections description 100-3-8 inventory display subrack 310-2-26 IS-IS Level 2 routing 310-6-9 configuring 100-8-4, 310-6-9 on the LAN service 100-8-4, 310-6-11 on the LapD link service 100-8-4, 310-6-12 description 310-6-9 interop 100-3-9 view settings 310-6-13 viewing 100-8-4

34/45 Mbit/s electrical tributary card 101-2-32 STM-1 optical tributary card 101-2-19 STM-16 optical aggregate 101-2-6 STM-1e/140Mbit/s electrical tributary 101-2-24 STM-4 optical tributary card 101-2-13 upper end of shelf (UEOS) card 101-2-55 LED card alarms 543-1-2 RAU alarms 543-1-3 LEDS alarm LEDS 2 Mbit/s electrical tributary card 101-2-39 34/45 Mbit/s electrical tributary card 101-2-31 fan tray 101-2-59 LEOS card 101-2-49, 101-2-54 rack alarm unit (RAU) 101-2-51 STM-1 optical tributary card 101-2-17 STM-1e/140Mbit/s electrical tributary card 101-2-23 STM-4 optical tributary card 101-2-11 EOW telephone interface unit (ETU) 101-2-46 LEOS card see lower end of shelf (LEOS) card LEOS card replacement 547-3-26 Level 2 routing description 310-6-9 Line interface circuit (LIU) 2 Mbit/s electrical tributary card 101-2-38 linear network add/drop chain 100-3-3 add/drop ring 100-3-4 protected 100-3-2 unprotected 100-3-1 LIU see line interface unit lockout of sync command description 100-11-3 log 510-3-9, 510-3-10 action log alarm/action log cleared 510-3-6 align/date time 510-3-5 card restart 510-3-17 clearing 510-3-24 clearing faults 543-1-2

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labelling cables 201-7-11 fibres 201-7-11 lamp test 547-5-1 LAN service configure 220-4-28, 310-6-6 Lapd link configure settings 310-6-5 view settings 310-6-3 view status 310-6-4 Lapd link mode description 100-8-2 laser shutdown 100-9-28, 547-1-4 Layout card layout 2 Mbit/s electrical tributary card 101-2-40 34/35 Mbit/s 1+1 protection I/O card 101-2-35

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configuration change 510-3-4 configuration operation completed 510-3-22 configuration operation fail 510-3-23 ESO synchronization squelch 510-3-19 NE restart 510-3-16 protection switch 510-3-8 to 510-3-13 session event 510-3-7 SETG synchronization source switch 510-3-14 software operation completed 510-3-20 software operation fail 510-3-21 synchronization QL change 510-3-15 viewing 510-3-2 Loggong in access control 301-4-1 login from craft access terminal (CAT) 302-1-4 to command line session from CAT 302-1-14 violations 301-4-2 logout automatic, using browser 302-1-17 command line user interface automatic 302-1-18 from browser 302-1-18 from command line user interface 302-1-18 manual, from command line session 302-1-18 loopback default settings 310-1-14 description 100-9-28 local apply 510-4-2 remove 510-4-6 view currently activated 510-4-7 Lower end of shelf (LEOS) card 101-2-47 alarm LEDS 101-2-49, 101-2-54 card layout 101-2-50 equipping 101-2-48 external alarm outputs 101-2-47 graceLan hub 101-2-48 PUPS 101-2-48 subrack power interface 101-2-47 LP mapper STM-1e/140Mbit/s electrical tributary card 101-2-22 lp path trace
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configure settings 310-8-5 view settings 310-8-4 lp payload label configure 310-8-10 configure the acceptable payload label 310-8-11 enable or disable 310-8-9 view settings 310-8-8 LP-Excessive errors 543-2-85 LP-Excessive_Errors (EXC) alarm 543-2-85 LP-Label Unequipped alarm 543-2-101, 543-2-114 LPOM-Excessive_Errors (EXC) alarm 543-2-108 LP-Path Label Mismatch (PLM) alarm 543-2-89, 543-2-112 LP-Remote Defect Indicator (RDI) alarm 543-2-91 LP-Remote Error Indication (REI) alarm 543-2-93 LP-Signal Degrade (DEG) alarm 543-2-87 LP-Signal_Fail (SF) alarm 543-2-98 LP-Trail Indentifier Mismatch (TIM) alarm 543-2-99, 543-2-110

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main menu browser 301-2-2 maintenance philosophy 543-1-1 Major (alarm severity) 100-9-2, 543-1-6 Management alarm management 101-1-2 manual protection switch description 100-7-16 operating 310-5-8 Mappers L3 mappers 34/45 Mbit/s electrical tributary card 101-2-30 masked (alarm state) 100-9-9 menu prompts disable 510-5-4 enable 510-5-4 view 510-5-4, 510-5-6 message communication function 100-8-1 message reporting browser 301-2-8 command line 301-3-8 Microcontroller

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Engineering order wire (EOW) card 101-2-41 Minor (alarm severity) 100-9-2, 543-1-6 mixed port mode (STM-1o card) description 100-3-15, 100-6-23, 100-6-25 Monitor monitor connector STM-1e/140Mbit/s electrical tributary 101-2-22 Monitoring performance monitoring 101-1-5 MS-Alarm_Indication_Signal (AIS) alarm 543-2-29 MS-Excessive_Errors (EXC) alarm 543-2-35 MSP main module software 101-1-8 minor module software 101-1-9 see multiplex section protection MSP FOP_INV alarm 543-2-182 MSP FOP_PAM alarm 543-2-180 MSP FOP_SCM alarm 543-2-181 MSP FOP_TMOUT alarm 543-2-183 MSP protection description 100-7-6 MS-Remote_Defect_Indicator (RDI) alarm 543-2-31 MS-Remote_Error_Indicator (REI) alarm 543-2-33 MS-Signal_Degrade (DEG) alarm 543-2-37 multiple ring connections description 100-3-5 multiplex section protection (MSP) 1+1 procedures multiplexer status 310-2-28 multiplexer status, view view 310-2-28

administration server 220-2-8 configuring 220-2-7 hypertext markup language (HTML) 301-2-2 Network linear add/drop connections (unprotected) 100-6-16 network ring to ring connection 100-6-18 network element (NE) NE restart action log 510-3-16 networks ring add/drop connection (unprotected) 100-6-15 ring to ring connection (protection) 100-6-13 NE-Unexpected_Card alarm 543-2-155 NE-Unexpected_LAN alarm 543-2-147 NE-Wrong_Card alarm 543-2-159 noise acoustic specifications 100-14-9 Nortel SDH products 100-1-2 NTEU10AA see STM-1 short haul optical tributary card NTEU11AA see 2 Mbit/s electrical tributary card NTEU12AA see 2 Mbit/s electrical tributary card NTEU40AA see upper end of shelf (UEOS) card NTEU43AA see engineering order wire card 101-2-41 NTEU49AA see engineering order wire telephone interface unit (ETU) 101-2-45

N
NE application software loading from CAT 302-4-9 NE-Card_Fault alarm 543-2-158 NE-Card_Out alarm 543-2-153 NE-Date_Time_Unknown alarm 543-2-150 NE-Invt_Write_Jumper_Fitted alarm 543-2-160 NE-Lan_Alarm 543-2-146 netscape

O
OHP see overhead processor OHP3 see Overhead processor ASIC OPTera Metro 4100 features description 100-2-4 OPTera Metro 4100 description 100-1-4, 100-1-5

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OPTera Metro 4200 features description 100-2-4 hardware description 101-2-1 OPTera Metro 4200 description 100-1-3, 100-1-4 Optical electro-optical interface STM-1 optical tributary card 101-2-15 STM-4 optical tributary card 101-2-9 STM-1 optical tribiutary card 100-2-12, 101-2-8, 101-2-14 STM-1 optical tributary card alarm LEDS 101-2-17 automatic laser shutdown 101-2-17 card controller 101-2-16 card layout 101-2-19 electro-optical interface 101-2-15 equipping 101-2-17 functional description 101-2-14 OHP 101-2-15 PUPS 101-2-17 traffic module 101-2-15 STM-16 optical aggregate card 101-2-1 alarm LEDS 101-2-6 automatic laser shutdown 101-2-5 card layout 101-2-6 electro-optical interface 101-2-2 PUPS 101-2-5 STM-4 optical tributary card alarm LEDS 101-2-11 automatic laser shutdown 101-2-11 card controller 101-2-10 card layout 101-2-13 electro-optical interface 101-2-9 equipping 101-2-11 functional description 101-2-8 OHP 101-2-9 PUPS 101-2-11 traffic module 101-2-9 STM-4 opticaltributary card automatic laser shutdown 101-2-11 optical interface specifications 100-14-1 optical connector clean 547-2-1, 547-2-2 inspect 547-2-1 optical connector, clean 201-7-9 optical patchcord cable 201-6-22 optical power measurement
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in-station tests 220-3-17 ordering documentation 152-2-19 equipment 152-2-1 software 152-2-18 OS alarms 543-2-11 oscillation guard time description 100-7-18 setting 310-5-15 OS-Disable_Laser_Shutdown alarm 543-2-12 OSI reference model 100-8-1 OS-Laser_Shutdown alarm 543-2-13 OS-Optical_Power_High alarm 543-2-11 Overhead processor (OHP) STM-1 optical tributary card 101-2-15 STM-16 optical aggregate card 101-2-3 STM-4 optical tributary card 101-2-9 Overhead processor ASIC (OHP3) STM-1e/140Mbit/s electrical tributary card 101-2-22

P
Partitioning software partioning 101-1-1 password default 302-1-11, 302-1-14 modifying for batch file users 302-1-20 for other users 302-1-19 Path protection switching (PPS) add/drop connection (protected) path trace change CRC 310-8-6 change ID 310-8-6 configure settings 310-8-5 description 100-9-30 view settings 310-8-4 payload instance format 100-5-4 view report 310-3-2 payload label description 100-9-30 enable or disable 310-8-9 view settings 310-8-8 Performance monitoring functions 101-1-5 performance monitoring

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defaults 310-1-11 description 100-10-1 points 100-10-4 procedures 510-6-1 PLD see programmable logic device Point of use power supply (PUPS) 2 Mbit/s electrical tributary card 101-2-39 34/45 Mbit/s electrical tributary card 101-2-30 engineering order wire (EOW) card 101-2-43 LEOS card 101-2-48 STM-1 optical tributary card 101-2-17 STM-16 optical aggregate card 101-2-5 STM-1e/140Mbit/s electrical tributary 101-2-22 STM-4 optical tributary card 101-2-11 UEOS card 101-2-54 point-to-point tests 220-5-1 port instance format 100-5-3 port mode (STM-1e/140M) setting 310-2-19 port mode (STM-1o) setting 310-2-17 Ports ESI ports LEOS card 101-2-47 external 2 MHz synchronization ports UEOS card 101-2-51 Power 48V power interface UEOS card 101-2-51 power supply fan tray 101-2-57 STM-1e/140 Mbit/s 1+1 protection I/O card 101-2-26 supply 34/35 Mbit/s 1+1 protection I/O card 101-2-35 power requirements 100-14-7 subrack, power-up 220-3-4 supply, description 100-12-1 power cable 201-6-1 power supply verify 220-3-1 power supply requirements 201-3-6

PPI-Alarm Indication Signal (AIS) alarm 543-2-120 PPI-Excessive errors (EXC) alarm 543-2-14, 543-2-121 PPI-Loopback On alarm 543-2-126 PPI-Loss Of Frame (LOF) alarm 543-2-124, 543-2-127 PPI-Loss Of Multiframe (LOM) alarm 543-2-125 PPI-Loss Of Signal (LOS) alarm 543-2-118 PPI-Signal Degrade (DEG) alarm 543-2-122 PPI-Transmit Fail (TF) alarm 543-2-16, 543-2-116 PPI-Unexpected Signal alarm 543-2-123 PPS connection adding 310-3-19 PPS mode enabling 310-5-7 present (alarm state) 100-9-9 Probes Engineering order wire (EOW) card 101-2-43 procedures 1+1 card protection 310-5-18 Programmable logic device (PLD) engineering order wire (EOW) card 101-2-42 Prompt (RAU category) 100-9-2, 543-1-6 Protection 1+1 Card Protection software 101-1-10 1+1 Multiplexer Section Protection software 101-1-8 1+1 protection 34/45 Mbit/s electrical tributary 101-2-30 STM-1e/140Mbit/s electrical tributary card 101-2-23 1+1Card Protection software 101-1-9 34/35 Mbit/s 1+1 protection I/O card 101-2-33 control logic 101-2-35 splitter 101-2-35 STM-1e/140 Mbit/s 1+1 protection I/O card 101-2-25 control logic 101-2-26 equipping 101-2-26 power supply 101-2-26 splitter 101-2-26 switch 101-2-26

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traffic protection software 101-1-7 protection 1+1 card forced switch 310-5-24 manual switch 310-5-23 procedures 310-5-18 remove association 310-5-20 remove forced switch 310-5-27 remove lockout 310-5-27 switch inhibit 310-5-26 view configuration 310-5-21 view status 310-5-22 1+1 card (electrical trib) cables 152-2-15 1+1 card protection (electrical trib) create an association 310-5-18 1+1 MSP create association 310-5-28 forced switch 310-5-37 manual switch 310-5-35 remove association 310-5-31 remove switch 310-5-40 run exerciser 310-5-41 set switch mode 310-5-32 stop exerciser 310-5-40 switch inhibit 310-5-39 view configuration 310-5-33 view status 310-5-34 connection enable path switching 310-5-7 failure holdoff time, setting 310-5-13 failure holdoff, enable or disable 310-5-14 forced switch, operating 310-5-10 manual switch, operating 310-5-8 oscillation guard time, setting 310-5-15 switch inhibit, applying 310-5-12 view active channel 310-5-6 view configuration 310-5-4 view status 310-5-3 SEMF manual switch 310-5-16 switch action log 510-3-8 to 510-3-13 protection payload description 100-6-20 protection switch description 100-7-14 PS-Power_Fail alarm 543-2-149 PUPS
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see point of use power supply

Q
Q interface description 100-8-2 Qecc_Comms_Fail alarm 543-2-139 QL configure ESO mapping 310-4-21 configure mapping 310-4-20 configure receive override 310-4-18 configure transmit override 310-4-19 quality level (QL) synchronization QL change 510-3-15

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rack DC distribution panel, ordering 152-2-8 ETSI 2 subrack positions 201-4-3 3 subrack positions 201-4-2 busbar with circuit breakers 201-4-9, 201-5-10 busbar with fuse holders 201-4-7, 201-5-8 covers 201-4-30 installation kit, ordering 152-2-8 ordering 152-2-7 Rack alarm unit (RAU) rack alarm unit (RAU) interface alarm LEDS 101-2-51 rack alarm unit (RAU) alarm category 543-1-4 alarm indications 543-1-3 cable 201-6-19 interface 100-9-5 lamp check 220-3-3 RAU alarms change priority 310-7-25 view priority 310-7-24 receiver specifications 100-14-18 regenerator network application 100-3-19 regenerator subrack 201-1-1 configuration 100-2-3 layout 201-1-4 weight 201-1-2 removal/replacement procedures optical couplers 547-2-5 remove a connection 310-3-23

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remove all connections 310-3-24 replacing 1+1 protection card 34/45Mbit/s electrical trib 547-3-24 2Mbit/s electrical tributary card 547-3-18 34/45Mbit/s (electrical trib) 547-3-22 Reports action report desription 100-9-27 restart action log card restart 510-3-17 reversion mode configure 310-4-14 Ring networks add/drop (protected) 100-6-16 ring tests 220-7-1 ring to ring protected connection add 310-3-21 routing information base view status 310-6-14 rs trace configure settings 310-8-5 view settings 310-8-4 RS-232 interface description 100-8-4 RS-Loopback_On alarm 543-2-26 RS-Loss_of_Signal (LOS) alarm 543-2-20 RS-Trace_Identifier_Mismatch (TIM) alarm 543-2-24 RS-Unexpected_Signal alarm 543-2-19

S
safety specification 100-14-9 safety design features 547-1-2 SDH benefits 100-1-1 description 100-15-1 format requirements 100-14-1 Radio 4/40 description 100-1-7 SDH analyser 220-3-50 section loss values 220-9-1 section trace change CRC 310-8-6 change ID 310-8-6 configure settings 310-8-5 view settings 310-8-4

SEMF protection description 100-7-1 procedures 310-5-16 SEMF protection handler 1+1 Card Protection software 101-1-10 1+1 MSP software 101-1-8 Serial peripheral interface (SPI) EOS interface software 101-1-5 session event action log 510-3-7 session menu 301-5-75 Sessions command line sessions from CAT access control 302-1-14 user session CAT 302-1-11 SETG hierarchy configure 310-4-7 configure synchronization 220-3-18, 220-5-2 setting bit rate 34/45Mbit/s electrical tributary card 310-2-20 Shelf Lower end of shelf (LEOS) card 101-2-47 lower end of shelf (LEOS) card alarm LEDS 101-2-49, 101-2-54 card layout 101-2-50 external alarm outputs 101-2-47 graceLan hub 101-2-48 PUPS 101-2-48 subrack power interface 101-2-47 upper end of shelf (UEOS) card 48V power interface 101-2-51 card layout 101-2-55 equipping 101-2-54 external 2 MHz synchronization ports 101-2-51 graceLan hub 101-2-52 PUPS 101-2-54 upper end of shelf (UEOS)card external alarm inputs 101-2-52 signal structure (PDH ports) view 310-2-23 SIM card see single in line module

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Single in line module (SIM) card subrack 101-2-56 single port mode (STM-1o card) description 100-6-21 SLIC see subscriber line interface unit 101-2-45 slot instance format 100-5-2 slot positions tributary and I/O cards 152-3-1, 152-3-2 SNC-P connection add 310-3-19 Software connection software 101-1-6 configuration task 101-1-6 connection handler 101-1-6 features 101-1-2 1+1 Card Protection software 101-1-9 TCLF protection handler 101-1-11 1+1 Multiplexer Section Protection software 101-1-8, 101-1-10 main MSP module 101-1-8 minor MSP module 101-1-9 SEMF protection handler 101-1-8 1+1Card Protection software SEMF protection handler 101-1-10 alarm management 101-1-2 configuration handler 101-1-3 configuration task 101-1-6 connection handler 101-1-6 E0S interface software 101-1-5 performance monitoring functions 101-1-5 synchronization software 101-1-4 traffic protection software 101-1-7 user interface software 101-1-4 software partitioning 101-1-1 upgrade 101-1-11 software download time 100-14-20 operation completed action log 510-3-20 operation fail action log 510-3-21 upgrade procedure 302-4-2 upgrade states 302-4-5 upgrade status view 302-4-11
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upgrade, description 100-13-9 upgrading 100-13-11 version expected 302-4-29 per release 302-4-5 view 302-4-11 view version 302-4-12 software, ordering 152-2-18 source payload description 100-6-20 span of control element controller 100-4-3, 100-14-4 Specifications acoustic noise 100-14-9 specifications 2Mbit/s electrical tributary card 100-14-10 SPI see serial peripheral interface Splitter 34/45 Mbit/s 1+1 protection I/O card 101-2-35 STM-1e/140 Mbit/s 1+1 protection I/O card 101-2-26 squelch conditions ESO 310-4-9 SSM See synchronization status messaging 310-4-16 standby element controller 100-4-3 standby path description 100-6-20 Static sensitive precautions 090-2-5, 547-1-6 STM-1 optical tributary card alarm LEDS 101-2-17 automatic laser shutdown 101-2-17 card controller 101-2-16 card layout 101-2-19 electro-optical interface 101-2-15 equiping 101-2-17 functional description 101-2-14 overhead processor (OHP) 101-2-15 PUPS 101-2-17 traffic module 101-2-15 STM-1 optical tributary port mode description 100-6-21 receiver specifications 100-14-12, 100-14-15

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replacement 547-3-12, 547-3-15 setting port mode 310-2-17 system gain specifications 100-14-13, 100-14-16 transmitter specifications 100-14-11, 100-14-14 STM-16 optical aggregate card 101-2-1 alarm LEDS 101-2-6 automatic laser shutdown (ALS) 101-2-5 card layout 101-2-6 electro-optical 101-2-2 overhead processor (OHP) 101-2-3 STM-16 optical aggregate replacement 547-3-7 STM-16 optical transmitter specifications 100-14-17 STM-1e/140 Mbit/s 1+1 protection I/O card 101-2-25 control logic 101-2-26 power supply 101-2-26 splitter 101-2-26 switch 101-2-26 tributary card replacing 547-3-20 STM1-e/140 Mbit/s 1+1 protection card replacing 547-3-23 STM-1e/140 Mbit/s cable 201-6-12 STM-1e/140M tributary setting port mode 310-2-19 STM-1e/140Mbit/s electrical tributary card 101-2-20 1+1 protection 101-2-23 alarm LEDS 101-2-23 backplane interface 101-2-22 cable driver 101-2-22 cable equalizer 101-2-22 card controller 101-2-21 card layout 101-2-24 CMI encoder/decoderd 101-2-22 equiping 101-2-23 LP mapper 101-2-22 monitor connector 101-2-22 OHP3 101-2-22 PUPS 101-2-22 traffic FPGA 101-2-22 STM-1o interface specifications 100-14-11 STM-4 optical tributary card 100-2-12, 101-2-8 alarm LEDS 101-2-11

automatic laser shutdown 101-2-11 automatic laser shutdown (ALS) 101-2-11 card controller 101-2-10 card layout 101-2-13 electro-optical interface 101-2-9 equipping 101-2-11 functional description 101-2-8 overhead processor (OHP) 101-2-9 PUPS 101-2-11 traffic module 101-2-9 STM-4o interface specifications 100-14-14 storage 201-2-1 subrack configuration ADM 100-2-3 regenerator 100-2-3 terminal 100-2-3 dimensions 201-1-2 equipping 220-3-8, 220-3-10 layout 201-1-4 mechanical structure 201-1-1 mounting brackets 201-4-13, 201-5-14 power up 220-3-4 weight 201-1-2 Subracks subrack fibre tray 101-2-56 Subscribers subscriber line interface unit 101-2-45 support brackets install 19 inch (482 mm) rack 201-5-6 ETSI rack 201-4-5 Switch 34/35 Mbit/s 1+1 protection I/O card 101-2-35 make-break switch engineering order wire (EOW) card 101-2-43 STM-1e/140 Mbit/s 1+1 protection I/O card 101-2-26 switch protection switch action log 510-3-8 to 510-3-13 SETG synchronization source switch action log 510-3-14 switch delay timer description 100-11-5 switch inhibit

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description 100-7-17 operating 310-5-12 Sync-ESO_Source_Not_Primary alarm 543-2-132 SYNC-External_Sync_LOS alarm 543-2-135 Sync-Holdover alarm 543-2-133 Synchronization software 101-1-4 synchronization configure barred QL 310-4-20 ESO barred QL 310-4-21 ESO hierarchy 310-4-9 external alarm association 310-4-28 failure holdoff time 310-4-11 receive QL override 310-4-18 reversion mode 310-4-14 SETG hierarchy 310-4-7 transmit QL override 310-4-19 wait to restore time 310-4-13 description 100-11-1 failure holdoff time enable or disable 310-4-12 forced switch apply or remove 310-4-22 hierarchy list 100-11-2 lockout apply or remove 310-4-25 QL change action log 510-3-15 SETG synchronization source switch 510-3-14 software 100-11-1 source switch (ESO) action log 510-3-18 sources 100-11-1 view source configuration 310-4-2 view status 310-4-5 synchronization status messaging description 100-11-7 enable or disable 310-4-16 example configurations 100-11-12 override 100-11-9 quality level 100-11-9 synchronous digital hierarchy, see SDH synchronous equipment timing generator (SETG) synchronization source switch action log 510-3-14 Sync-SETG_Fail alarm 543-2-130 Sync-Source_Not_Primary alarm 543-2-134
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Sync-Unexpected_Signal alarm 543-2-131 system test add/drop chain 220-6-1 system engineer login 302-1-4 system gain specifications 100-14-19 system stability test 220-8-1 system tests point-to-point tests 220-5-1 preparation 220-4-31 ring tests 220-7-1

T
Tasks configuration task 101-1-6 TCLF protection handler 1+1 Card Protection software 101-1-11 TCS see traffic control systems technical specifications 100-14-1 temperature specifications non-operational 100-14-5 operational 100-14-5 terminal configuration 100-2-3 terms 090-3-6 test connections initial 220-3-24 point-to-point 220-5-3 test equipment SDH analyser 220-3-50 transmission analyser 220-3-46 thermal management 100-14-5 through (aggregate) connection add 310-3-8 description 100-6-3 time aligning 302-2-2 timeslot allocation, description 100-6-20 switching, description 100-6-20 TN-1C description 100-1-6 TN-1P description 100-1-7 TN-1X description 100-1-6 TN-64X description 100-1-3 tools, special 201-3-7 Traffic traffic FPGA

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34/45 Mbit/s electrical tributary card 101-2-30 STM-1e/140Mbit/s electrical tributary 101-2-22 traffic module STM-1 optical tributary card 101-2-15 STM-4 optical tributary card 101-2-9 traffic protection software 101-1-7 traffic mode (PDH ports) setting 220-3-15, 310-2-22, 310-2-24 view 310-2-21 traffic protection description 100-7-14 transmission analyser 220-3-46 transmitter specifications 100-14-17 transportation and handling 201-2-1 Transpro transpro circuit 2 Mbit/s electrical tributary card 101-2-39 Trays fan tray 101-2-57 alarm LEDS 101-2-59 control circuit 101-2-57 equipping 101-2-58 layout 101-2-59 fibre tray subrack 101-2-56 trib to trib (protected) connection add 310-3-11 description 100-6-10 trib to trib (unprotected) connection add 310-3-9 description 100-6-9 TU-Alarm_Indication_Signal alarm 543-2-81 TUG payload instance format 100-5-4 TU-Loss_of_Pointer (LOP) alarm 543-2-82

unpacking 201-2-2 Unprotected add/drop connection description 100-6-4 upgrade states software 302-4-5 Upgrading software. 101-1-11 Upper end of shelf (UEOS) card 101-2-51 48V power interface 101-2-51 card layout 101-2-55 equipping 101-2-54 external 2 MHz synchronization ports 101-2-51 external alarm inputs 101-2-52 graceLan hub 101-2-52 PUPS 101-2-54 user interfaces (UI) introduction 301-1-1 user label add to connection 310-3-7 Users browser user interface access control 302-1-4 definition 302-1-4 duty class 302-1-4 user interface software 101-1-4 browser software 101-1-4 command line interface 101-1-4 user session CAT 302-1-11

V
view alarm log 510-1-2 alarm report status 510-2-10 alarm reports 510-2-2 PDH port signal structure 310-2-23 PDH port traffic mode 310-2-21 viewing action log 510-3-2 IS-IS Level 2 routing 100-8-4 voltage requirements 100-14-7

U
UEOS 101-2-51 UEOS card see upper end of shelf card UEOS card replacement 547-3-25 unavailable (connection status) 100-6-26 unequip card slot 310-2-25 Unexpected_Equip alarm 543-2-177 Unexpected_SW_Version alarm 543-2-151

W
wait to restore time configure 310-4-13 description 100-11-5 warm restart 302-4-27 Warning (alarm severity) 100-9-2, 543-1-6

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warning prompts disable 510-5-4 enable 510-5-4 view 510-5-4, 510-5-6 weight fan tray 100-14-2 regenerator subrack 201-1-2 subrack 100-14-2, 201-1-2 working path description 100-6-20 Wrong_Equip alarm 543-2-179

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