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Contents 3 1 1.1 1.2 2 2.1 2.1.1 2.1.2 3 3.1 3.1.1 3.1.2 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.5.1 3.5.2 3.5.3 3.5.4 4 4.1 4.1.1 4.1.2 4.1.3 4.1.4 5 5.1 5.1.1 5.1.2 5.1.3 5.1.4 About this manual 7 Summary of changes 7 Where to find more information 7 Overview of the installation 9 Installation options 10 Management bus cabling 11 Protected Q1 bus cabling 14 Installing DCN Adapter C4.0 15 Mounting the rack shelf 15 Mounting the rack shelf to an ETSI rack 15 Mounting the rack shelf to a 19-inch rack 16 Installing the DCN Adapter units 17 Attaching cable trays 18 Cabling 19 Pin outs 20 Ethernet connector (8-pin RJ-45), 10Base-T 21 LMI connectors (8-pin RJ-45) 21 Q1 connectors 22 Power connector 23 Configuring DCN Adapter C4.0 25 Configuring the basic settings 25 IP address 25 IP route 25 Time settings 26 Checking the buses 26 Reference 29 Technical specifications 29 Interfaces 29 Power 30 Ambient conditions 31 EMC 31

Appendix A. Protected bus cabling 33 A.1 RJ45 / 2x7 Euroconnector used with PDH network elements 33 A.2 RJ45 / TQ used with FIU19 33 A.3 RJ45 / RJ45 used with FIU19E 34 Glossary 35 Index 37

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see DCN Adapter C4. DCN Adapter C4.0 supports the use of protected buses. Q1 Agent See the following documents: DN01174805 Issue 3-0 en © Nokia Corporation Nokia Proprietary and Confidential 7 (38) .1 Summary of changes Changes in the DCN Adapter C4.0 is supported by Q1 Agent C2.0 User Guide.1.2 Where to find more information DCN Adapter C4. Used together these two products support the Network Test feature. In fixed networks. 1.About this manual 1 About this manual DCN Adapter C4. as long as there are no more than 200 NEs connected to a bus. it is recommended to use the maximum of 1200 FEs per each DCN Adapter (400 x 400 x 400).0 is a remote poller used with Q1 Agent.0 release DCN Adapter C4. 1.0 settings. This manual describes how to: • • • • • mount the rack shelf install the DCN Adapter units attach the cable trays attach the cables configure the basic DCN Adapter C4.0 For information on how to use DCN Adapter.

Network elements and node managers For information on individual Nokia network elements and their node managers.1 Help. see 1ntegrating Transmission Agents to NetAct. consult the relevant user document for the network element or node manager concerned.0 Installation Guide • • Q1 Agent C2. 8 (38) © Nokia Corporation Nokia Proprietary and Confidential DN01174805 Issue 3-0 en . see Cellular Transmission Management Principles and Fixed Network Management Principles.1 User Manual Q1 Agent C2. Nokia NetAct For information on DCN Adapter C4.DCN Adapter C4. For instructions on integrating Q1 Agent to Nokia NetAct.0 and Q1 Agent in NetAct.

DCN Adapter C4. Figure 1.0 consists of a number of plug-in units and a rack shelf.5 U high and can be installed in a standard 19-inch rack or in a 500-mm ETSI rack. DN01174805 Issue 3-0 en © Nokia Corporation Nokia Proprietary and Confidential 9 (38) .0 is a remote poller used with Q1 Agent. The following figure illustrates one DCN Adapter unit. There can be up to six DCNA units in each rack shelf.Overview of the installation 2 Overview of the installation DCN Adapter C4.0 unit The following figure illustrates the rack shelf. Mechanically. DCN Adapter C4. The rack shelf is 1.

DCN Adapter C4. The rack shelf (without DCN Adapter units) The installation of the DCN Adapter is done in the following phases: • • • • mounting the rack shelf installing the DCN Adapter units attaching the cable trays attaching the cables. 10 (38) © Nokia Corporation Nokia Proprietary and Confidential DN01174805 Issue 3-0 en .5 U 19-inch rack shelf. Each of the six DCN Adapter units requires an individual TCP/IP address. 2. DCN Adapter unit starts automatically once the power cable is connected. Each rack shelf can house six DCN Adapter units. Refer to Chapter 4. These phases are described in detail in Chapter 3.1 Installation options DCN Adapter is installed in a 1. After the installation. you will need to configure the basic IP and time settings.0 Installation Guide Figure 2.

With equipment supporting the "Classic Q1" protocol. DN01174805 Issue 3-0 en © Nokia Corporation Nokia Proprietary and Confidential 11 (38) .Overview of the installation DCN Adapter is flexible in design allowing installation either on the equipment site or centrally with the Q1 Agent at the network management centre. The newer Nokia Q1 protocol supports additional functionality and allows features such as software download remotely. Installation of the DCN Adapter at selected equipment sites with one DCN Adapter serving multiple sites This option combines the previous two and can provide a cost effective solution to the operator. Possible solutions for this scenario are: • • • • • • • use of leased-line modems overheads within the microwave radio frame overheads within timeslot 0 (bits 5. The transportation of these buses can be done in a variety of ways and the final solution will depend on the operator’s network. DF140) overheads within an SDH frame use of traffic channels. The connection to the Q1 Agent and NetAct or 3rd-party NMS is established via TCP/IP. 2. DF34.1. 7. The connection to the network element is a local onsite connection. Installation of the DCN Adapter at each equipment site This option removes the need for transporting the Q1 buses and therefore simplifies the DCN design. 6. The FIU19 and MetroHub are two examples of network elements that use the Nokia Q1 protocol. service interfaces (MI) are used to connect the processor to the management (service) bus by means of a serial interface. The DCN Adapter can be located at central sites and the Q1 buses can be transported to surrounding sites using any of the methods described above. 8) of Nokia primary rate equipment overheads within the frame of Nokia PDH equipment overheads with the frame of Nokia optical line equipment (DF2-8. Installation of the DCN Adapter centrally with the Q1 Agent This option requires that the Q1 buses are routed from the central management station to the equipment sites.1 Management bus cabling There are two variants of the Q1 protocol in use within Nokia equipment: the "Classic or TMS4 Q1" and the newer "Nokia Q1".

FIU19 and MetroHub).NE32 MOA MOB MIA MIB Table 2.. ACM2..DCN Adapter C4. DNT2M.. Connection to NEs that run the Classic Q1 protocol The following principles should be applied when making management bus connections to network elements running the TMS4 Q1 protocol (e.g. The service interfaces (MI) of the NEs are connected in parallel.g. Table 1.. DN2 and DF140).. DM2...0 Installation Guide The service interface can be connected to the data channel via the data hybrid by giving the data hybrid activation command. If the management bus is to be extended via the overhead in NE3. Management bus connection to the Classic Q1 protocol network elements Direction <<-> -> DCNA InIn+ OutOut+ NE1 MOA MOB MIA MIB NE2 MOA MOB MIA MIB NE3. 12 (38) © Nokia Corporation Nokia Proprietary and Confidential DN01174805 Issue 3-0 en . The maximum number of MIs to be connected in parallel is 32. the connection should be made as follows Direction <<-> -> DCNA InIn+ OutOut+ NE3 (Data Hybrid On) MOA / DIA MOB / DIB MIA / DOA MIB / DOB Direction <<-> -> NE1 MOA MOB MIA MIB NE2 MOA MOB MIA MIB Connection to NEs that run the Nokia Q1 protocol The following principles should be applied when making management bus connections to network elements running the Nokia Q1 protocol (e.

If a Nokia Q1 element does not have a second management port. and thus the elements form a chain. Caution Connecting DI port signals in parallel may inhibit all traffic and might cause internal damage to the elements. Nokia Q1 elements should always be chained. If both Nokia Q1 and classic Q1 elements are connected to the same bus. For doing so. The DCN Adapter or other bus master is connected in the same way to the free port of the last element at either end of the chain. Chaining Nokia Q1 elements When chaining Nokia Q1 elements. the Q1 element must be placed at the end of the chain. observe the rules below in Section Chaining Nokia Q1 elements. DCNA InIn+ OutOut+ Connection to the Nokia Q1 network elements Direction <<-> -> Management port Out Out + In In + Nokia Q1 elements usually have two management ports. the Nokia Q1 elements must be connected first and the classic Q1 elements must then be connected behind the Nokia Q1 elements.Overview of the installation Table 3. Management bus interface characteristics The management bus interface has the following characteristics: • • • • ITU-T (CCITT) standard V. OUTx signals of one of the ports go to the INx signals of one of the ports in the next element and vice versa. observe the following rules: • • • Use only point-to-point cables with Nokia Q1 elements.11 (EIA RS-422) 4-wire cabling (2 twisted pairs) Output is never in hi-impedance state (always active) Data rate: selectable up to 19200 bit/s DN01174805 Issue 3-0 en © Nokia Corporation Nokia Proprietary and Confidential 13 (38) .

polling is only done in the primary polling direction.0 generates a Loss of Supervision Connection In Primary/Secondary Direction alarm.7 km • With the Classic Q1 protocol.1.0 Installation Guide • Maximum bus length: 0. For instructions on the protected bus cabling. polling is done in both the primary and secondary direction. Buses can be polled in either protected or unprotected mode.4 mm cable: 0. 2. The alarm may be noticed either in primary or secondary polling directions. In the unprotected mode. In the protected mode. If neither direction answers. DCNA C4. see Appendix A Protected bus cabling. If the polled NE does not answer to the poll in specified direction.2 Protected Q1 bus cabling The DCN Adapter C4.0 management buses can be protected against breakage on the transmission path through a ring configuration.0 km 0. maximum of 32 interfaces can be connected in parallel.DCN Adapter C4.5 mm cable: 1. the alarm is notified as Loss of Supervision Connection. 14 (38) © Nokia Corporation Nokia Proprietary and Confidential DN01174805 Issue 3-0 en .

For mounting.Installing DCN Adapter C4. 3. 3.0 This chapter instructs how to: • • • • mount the rack shelf install the DCN Adapter units attach the cable trays attach the cables.one on each side. fix the cage nuts to the desired position in the ETSI rack. and fasten the rack shelf with four screws.0 3 Installing DCN Adapter C4. The purpose of the mounting brackets is to enable mounting the rack shelf into the rack. DN01174805 Issue 3-0 en © Nokia Corporation Nokia Proprietary and Confidential 15 (38) . four screws and cage nuts are provided. By default the mounting brackets are pre-set for the ETSI rack.1 Mounting the rack shelf to an ETSI rack The mounting brackets are pre-set for the ETSI rack.1 Mounting the rack shelf You can mount the rack shelf to an ETSI rack or to a 19-inch rack. To mount the shelf. Each rack shelf has two mounting brackets .1.

Fasten the screws so as to fix the mounting brackets in their place. you must have the short ends of the mounting brackets facing the front. The rack shelf to be mounted in an ETSI rack 3. To do this. remove the screws that hold the mounting brackets in their place.2 Mounting the rack shelf to a 19-inch rack For the 19-inch rack you need to reverse the pre-set position of the mounting brackets: instead of the long ends facing the front.1.DCN Adapter C4. Turn the mounting brackets the other way round. 16 (38) © Nokia Corporation Nokia Proprietary and Confidential DN01174805 Issue 3-0 en . you can place the rack shelf into the rack. Once you have re-attached the mounting brackets. Fix the rack shelf in its place with four cage nuts and screws.0 Installation Guide Figure 3.

Release the slide latch so it locks. insert the unit to the rack shelf. The rack shelf to be mounted in an 19-inch rack 3.Installing DCN Adapter C4. To install a DCNA unit. Push the DCNA unit as far as it goes. Open the slide latch with your thumb.2 Installing the DCN Adapter units There can be up to six DCN Adapter units in a rack shelf. Push until you feel the spring’s resistance. DN01174805 Issue 3-0 en © Nokia Corporation Nokia Proprietary and Confidential 17 (38) .0 Screws Mounting bracket with the short end facing front Figure 4.

The following figure illustrates the position of the cable trays in a rack shelf (without DCN Adapter units). DCN Adapter unit to be installed in a rack shelf 3.DCN Adapter C4.0 Installation Guide Figure 5. 18 (38) © Nokia Corporation Nokia Proprietary and Confidential DN01174805 Issue 3-0 en .3 Attaching cable trays Two cable trays are provided for keeping the cabling in good order.

In case you have DCNA units in the upper row of the rack shelf. Fasten the screws so as to fix the cable tray firmly in its place.Installing DCN Adapter C4. 3.0 Screws The cable trays Screws Figure 6. b.4 Cabling To operate the DCN Adapter units you need to attach the cables: DN01174805 Issue 3-0 en © Nokia Corporation Nokia Proprietary and Confidential 19 (38) . as instructed in (a) and (b). In case you have DCNA units in the lower row of the rack shelf. or both: a. position the cable tray to the bottom front of the rack shelf. you need to attach two cable trays. one up and another one down. In case you have DCNA units in both the lower and upper rows of the rack shelf. Fasten the screws so as to fix the cable tray firmly in its place. position the cable tray to the top front of the rack shelf. Upper and lower cable trays Cable trays can be attached to the top or bottom front of the shelf. c.

Figure 7. see Appendix A Protected bus cabling. similarly. For instructions on protected bus cabling.0 unit The power cable connects the DCNA power connector to the power supply. put the cables from the lower DCNA units to the lower cable tray. the DCN Adapter unit starts up automatically. 3. or tie the cables in the middle area of the cable tray to bring them out from behind.DCN Adapter C4.5 Pin outs This section illustrates the pin outs for the following connectors: • • • • Ethernet LMI Q1 bus Power. Once these are connected.0 Installation Guide • • • power cable bus cables Ethernet cable. Ethernet cables are needed for the LAN connections. Guide the cables along the cable trays to bring them out from either side. 20 (38) © Nokia Corporation Nokia Proprietary and Confidential DN01174805 Issue 3-0 en . The front panel of the DCN Adapter C4. Once you have attached the cables. you can use the cable trays for keeping the cabling in good order: put the cables from the upper DCNA units to the upper cable tray and. The bus cables connect the DCN Adapter unit to nodes.

Ethernet connector pin numbering (RJ-45) Table 4.Installing DCN Adapter C4.1 Ethernet connector (8-pin RJ-45). LMI connector pin numbering (RJ-45) DN01174805 Issue 3-0 en © Nokia Corporation Nokia Proprietary and Confidential 21 (38) . Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Pin configuration for the Ethernet connector Signal TX+ TXRX+ RX<Receive data - Direction DCNA-Ethernet -> -> <- MDI signal Transmit data + Transmit data Receive data + 3. 10Base-T 8 1 Figure 8.2 LMI connectors (8-pin RJ-45) 8 1 Figure 9.5.5.0 3.

Q1 connector pin numbering (RJ-45) Table 5.3 Q1 connectors 8 1 Figure 11. see Appendix A Protected bus cabling. Connecting the DCN Adapter to Terminal 3.5. Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Pin configuration for the Q1 connectors Signal OUT+ IN+ INOUT- For instructions on the protected Q1 bus cabling. 22 (38) © Nokia Corporation Nokia Proprietary and Confidential DN01174805 Issue 3-0 en .DCN Adapter C4.0 Installation Guide DCN Adapter RJ-45 3 RxD 6 TxD 4 Gnd Terminal (DTE) DB-25M 2 TxD 3 RxD 7 Gnd Terminal (DTE) DB-9M 3 TxD 2 RxD 5 Gnd Figure 10.

Pin 1 2 3 4 Pin configuration for the power connector Signal VPB + (Positive supply voltage) VNB .0 3.4 Power connector 4 3 2 1 Figure 12.(Negative supply voltage) GND (Ground) DN01174805 Issue 3-0 en © Nokia Corporation Nokia Proprietary and Confidential 23 (38) . Pin configuration for the power connector Table 6.5.Installing DCN Adapter C4.

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the DCN Adapter starts up automatically.2.1. refer to DCN Adapter C4. 4.2. You will need to configure the basic IP and time settings in order to enable the DCN Adapter to connect to the network.0.1 DN01174805 Issue 3-0 en © Nokia Corporation Nokia Proprietary and Confidential 25 (38) .1 Configuring DCN Adapter C4.2 IP route To configure the IP route.0 4.0. For further information about the startup and the CLI commands. Configuring the basic settings After you have installed the DCN Adapter unit and plugged in the power cable.0 0.5 255.Configuring DCN Adapter C4.0 192.0 settings. This is done by working with the command line interface (CLI).0.0 User Guide.255.0. execute the following CLI command: # set iproute <IP_address> <IP_mask> <gateway> For example: # set iproute 0.0.1 IP address To configure the IP address.255.0.0 4 4.1.0 This chapter instructs how to configure the basic DCN Adapter C4. execute the following CLI command: # set ethernet ipaddress <IP_address> <IP_mask> For example: # set ethernet ipaddress 192.

10 b.3 Time settings There are two alternatives for setting the time: a.1. which configures the DCN Adapter to use a Network Time Protocol (NTP) server. See Q1 Agent Help for more information. Using the set ntp command instead. Execute the following command: 26 (38) © Nokia Corporation Nokia Proprietary and Confidential DN01174805 Issue 3-0 en . To check a bus 1. Execute the following CLI command: $ enable bus <channel> <speed> [<protection>] 2. you will need to check the time regularly. In case there is no NTP server available. you can execute the following commands.DCN Adapter C4. 4. If you cannot check the buses with Q1 Agent.4 Checking the buses You can check the DCN Adapter buses with Q1 Agent. If you have an NTP server. you do not need regular time checks.0 Installation Guide 4. you can set the DCN Adapter time to correspond to the NTP server with the following CLI command: # set ntp <IP_address> For example: # set ntp 192. Tip Using the set time command with DCN Adapter.1. you can set the time by executing the following CLI command: # set time <new_time> For example: # set time 2007-01-12 11:09:00 The time needs to be set in ISO 8601 format.0.2.

1 The bus number here (Step 2) equals the channel number of the command above (Step 1). 4. which is the number of milliseconds before timeout. Check the bus again (see Step 2). disable the bus: $ disable bus <channel> DN01174805 Issue 3-0 en © Nokia Corporation Nokia Proprietary and Confidential 27 (38) . 3.Configuring DCN Adapter C4. Once you have checked that the bus works. If there is no answer from the network element. try increasing the value for first character timeout: $ set fcTmo <channel> <200_ms_default> where <200_ms_default> stands out for one number.0 $ ste <bus> <address> m:4.

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1 stop None Command line interface (CLI) DN01174805 Issue 3-0 en © Nokia Corporation Nokia Proprietary and Confidential 29 (38) . Local management interface (LMI) Local management interface (LMI) Connector Electrical specifications Supported circuits Bit rate Character format Flow control Supported protocol RJ45 V. no parity. 5. Technical specifications This section describes the technical specifications of the DCN Adapter: • • • • interfaces power ambient conditions electromagnetic compatibility (EMC).28 TxD. GND 9600 bit/s 8. RxD.1.24/V.1 Interfaces Table 7.Reference 5 5.1 Reference This chapter describes the technical details of the DCN Adapter.

Out-. Ethernet interface Ethernet interface Connector Electrical/physical link specifications Signals Bit rate Supported protocols RJ45 IEEE 802. In. telnet/CLI. RxD10 Mbit/s. half duplex IP. Nokia Q1 Management pipe Table 9. http. ARP. 4800. Power feed Power feed Connector Operating voltage Power consumption Molex Micro-Fit 4-pin -20 to -75 VDC 10W 30 (38) © Nokia Corporation Nokia Proprietary and Confidential DN01174805 Issue 3-0 en . 600. ftp. Nokia Q1 Management pipe 10 ms . Q1 interfaces Q1 interfaces Connector Electrical specifications Operation mode Supported circuits Bit rate 3 x RJ45 V.3 TxD+..DCN Adapter C4. 9600. 10s Supported protocols Bus timeout 5..(for each interface) 300.0 Installation Guide Table 8. In+. 19200 bit/s Nokia Q1. RxD+.1200.1. TxD-.11 Bus master Out+.2 Power Table 10. 2400. TFTP (client). ntp.

3E ETSI ETS 300 019-2-1 class 1. Installation environment Installation environment Unit's operating temperature range Relative humidity +5 to +40 ºC 5% .Reference 5.3 ETSI ETS 300 019-2-2 class 2. commercial.3 Ambient conditions Table 11. EMC EMC EN 50081-1 (1992) Generic emission.1 Storage Operation Table 12. light industry Generic immunity. Climatic and mechanical requirements Climatic and mechanical requirements Transportation ETSI ETS 300 019-2-1 class 2. residential. commercial. residential.4 EMC The electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) of the DCN Adapter complies with the following specifications provided that special EMC structures (for example.3E ETSI ETS 300 019-1-3 class 3.85% (non-condensing) 5. light industry EN 50082-1 (1997) DN01174805 Issue 3-0 en © Nokia Corporation Nokia Proprietary and Confidential 31 (38) .1.1. subrack) and shielded cables and cabling practices required by these structures are used. Table 13.3 ETSI ETS 300 019-1-1 class 1.

R. EMC EMC (Continued) EN 61000-6-2:2001 Generic standards. immunity for industrial environments EMC requirements.S.I.DCN Adapter C4. 22 Class B 32 (38) © Nokia Corporation Nokia Proprietary and Confidential DN01174805 Issue 3-0 en . telecommunication network equipment Emission.0 Installation Guide Table 13. information technology equipment ETS 300386-2 (1997) C.P.

RJ45 / 2x7 Euroconnector used with PDH network elements A. DN01174805 Issue 3-0 en © Nokia Corporation Nokia Proprietary and Confidential 33 (38) . DCNA 3 Out + 4 In + 5 In 6 Out - 2x7 Euro connector a6 MIB + c6 MOB + c7 MOA a7 MIA RJ45 = One Connector 1 Out + 2 In + 7 In 8 Out - Bus 0 Primary Dir a6 MIB + c6 MOB + c7 MOA a7 MIA Bus 0 Secondary Dir Figure 13. and ACN2.1 RJ45 / 2x7 Euroconnector used with PDH network elements The following figure illustrates the cabling needed with PDH network elements such as DN2.2 RJ45 / TQ used with FIU19 The following figure illustrates the cabling needed with FIU19. Protected bus cabling This appendix describes the protected Q1 bus cables.Protected bus cabling Appendix A. A. ACL2.

0 Installation Guide Bus 0 Primary Dir 3 Out + 4 In + 5 In 6 Out - TQ 1 Q1 In + 3 Q1 out + 4 Q1 Out 2 Q1 In - FIU19 RJ45 = One Connector 1 Out + 2 In + 7 In 8 Out - TQ 1 Q1 In + 3 Q1 out + 4 Q1 Out 2 Q1 In - FIU19 Bus 0 Secondary Dir Figure 14. Bus 0 Primary Dir 3 Out + 4 In + 5 In 6 Out - RJ45 4 Q1 In + 3 Q1 out + 6 Q1 Out 5 Q1 In - FIU19E RJ45 = One Connector 1 Out + 2 In + 7 In 8 Out - RJ45 4 Q1 In + 3 Q1 out + 6 Q1 Out 5 Q1 In - FIU19E Bus 0 Secondary Dir Figure 15. RJ45 / RJ45 used with FIU19E 34 (38) © Nokia Corporation Nokia Proprietary and Confidential DN01174805 Issue 3-0 en .3 RJ45 / RJ45 used with FIU19E The following figure illustrates the cabling needed with FIU19E. RJ45 / TQ used with FIU19 A.DCN Adapter C4.

gnd HW IP LAN LMI MetroHub NMS Node manager Address Resolution Protocol American Standard Code for Information Interchange Compact Disc-Read-Only Memory Command Line Interface Data Communications Network Electromagnetic Compatibility European Telecommunications Standards Institute FlexiHopper Indoor Unit Ground Hardware Internet Protocol Local Area Network Local Management Interface Nokia’s transmission node for the Nokia MetroSite solution Network Management System A program that understands the specific details of a particular type or family of nodes and supports the configuration and maintenance of these nodes.A Windows-based server which groups node managers into one system. 15. and FXC RRI). er Nokia FlexiHopper Nokia’s family of Flexbus-compatible microwave radios for the 13. RRIC. FC RRI.Glossary ARP ASCII CD-ROM CLI DCN EMC ETSI FIU 19 GND. RRIC. Nokia MetroHopper Nokia’s family of Flexbus-compatible radio for the 58 GHz frequency band. and FXC RRI). DN01174805 Issue 3-0 en © Nokia Corporation Nokia Proprietary and Confidential 35 (38) . FC RRI. The Nokia FlexiHopper outdoor unit can be used with different indoor units (FIU 19. The Nokia MetroHopper outdoor unit can be used with different indoor units (FIU 19. 23. 26. and 38 GHz frequency bands. Node manager serv. 18.

44. Network Time Protocol Plesiochronous Digital Hierarchy Nokia proprietary management protocol Application used for supervising the network elements under DCN Adapter C4. The functionality areas comprise functionality modules that can be provided either by Nokia or a 3rd party. such as Nokia NetAct. Received Data Synchronous Digital Hierarchy Service Terminal Emulation Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol Standard terminal emulation protocol defined in RFC 854. Trivial File Transfer Protocol Transmitted Data Unit of height. such as Monitor. The open modular framework allows network operators to integrate other operations support systems or IT systems and applications into a single tailorable solution. Nokia NetAct consists of functionality areas.DCN Adapter C4.5 mm (in mechanics) 10 Mbit/s Ethernet specification. which are grouped together according to the most relevant operator processes. NTP PDH Q1 Q1 Agent RxD SDH STE TCP/IP Telnet TFTP TxD U 10Base-T 36 (38) © Nokia Corporation Nokia Proprietary and Confidential DN01174805 Issue 3-0 en .0 Installation Guide Nokia NetAct Nokia’s NetAct Framework is an operations support system for managing networks and services.0 and Nokia AXC and for mediating between these and an upper-level management system.

12 MI 11 mounting brackets 15 13 B basic settings 25 bus cable 20 buses 26 N NetAct 8 node managers 8 Nokia Q1 protocol 11.Index A ACM2 12 ambient conditions 31 M management bus 11 management bus interface management port 13 MetroHub 11. 17 Q Q1 Agent 7 Q1 connector 22 Q1 interfaces 30 E EMC 31 ethernet connector 21 ethernet interface 30 R rack shelf 9 S F FIU19 11. C cable trays 18 cabling 11. 12 service interface startup 25 11 I installation options interfaces 29 IP address 25 IP route 25 10 T TCP/IP address 10 technical specifications 29 time settings 26 TMS4 Q1 protocol 12 L LMI 29 LMI connector 21 DN01174805 Issue 3-0 en ©Nokia Corporation Nokia Proprietary and Confidential 37 (38) . 19 Classic Q1 protocol 11. 12 command line interface 25 configuring 25 12 P pin outs 20 power 30 power cable 20 power connector 23 D DCN Adapter unit DF140 12 DM2 12 DN2 12 DNT2M 12 9.

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