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NETSMART® 1500 VERSION 5 ISSUE 1, JANUARY 2007

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 3. .4 3. . . . RTRV-SNCNE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RTRV-SNCALM. . . . . . . . . . .2 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Uplink Status Tab . . Establishing a Pass-Through Session . . . . . .1 3. . . . Establishing an SNC Session . 3. .5. . . . . . . . . . . . . CANC-USER .4. . .1 Overview . . . . 3-24 3-28 3-29 3-35 3-40 3-45 3-49 3-52 ii External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. . . . . . . . .2 3. . . ALW-SNCMSG .4. . . .3 3. . . . . TCP/IP Connection. . Uplink Configuration Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . Access Control List Tab . . .4. .2 3. . . . . .4. .5. 3-6 3-7 3-10 SNC Sessions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Toolbar . . . . . .5. . . . .5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Pass-Through Session Description . .4 SNC Session Description . . . .4. . . . . .1 3. . . . .3 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2 3. . . . . . . . . .6 3. . . . . . . . . . TL1 Session . . . . . .4. . . . . . . . . . . . .3 3. . . .1. . . . . Login Management Tab. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 3. . . . . .2 3. . . . View Uplink Log Tab . . . . . . . . . . . .5 ACT-USER . . RTRV-HDR . 3. . . . . . . . . 3-10 3-11 3-13 TL1 Commands. . . . .5. .7 3. . . . . . RTRV-SYS. . . .6 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2. .8 Menu Bar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1. . . . . .5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Table of Contents 3 TL1 Uplink Management 3. . January 2007 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Alarm Filter Tab . . . . . . . . . . .1 3. .8 3. . . . . . . . . . .1 3. . . . . .4 3. . .3. . . . . .7 3. . . . . . . . . . . 3-3 3-4 3-5 3-6 Pass-Through Sessions . . . . . . 3. .5 3. . 3-13 3-14 3-15 3-16 3-17 3-18 3-20 3-22 3-23 TL1 Uplink Window. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5. . . . . . .3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5. . . . . . . . 3.1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Uplink Terminology . . . . . . . .2 3. . . . . . INH-SNCMSG . . . . . . .

. . . . . . . . . .2 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2. . . . . . .3. . 4. . .1 4. . . . . Enabling/Disabling a Uplink User/Logon . . . . . . . . . . . . Modifying an Alarm Filter . . . . . . .6 4. . . . . . . . . . 4-11 4-14 4-16 4-17 4-17 4-18 4-19 4-21 4-22 Manage ACLs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 4. . Enabling/Disabling an Uplink . . . . . . . .2 Overview . .3 4. . . . . . . .3. . . . . . . . . . . .4. . . . . . . . . . . . .3 4. . . . . . 4. .5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 4. . . . . . . .3 4.6. . . Associating an Access Control List with an Uplink User/Logon . . . . . . . .2. . . . . . .8 4. Associating an Alarm Filter with an Uplink User . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 4.1 4.5 4. . .5. . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Adding an Uplink User/Logon. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Viewing the Uplink Log. . . . .6. . Deleting an Uplink User/Logon.2 4. .5 Creating an Access Control List . . . . .3. . . . . . . . . Disconnecting an Uplink . . . .6 Adding an Alarm Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3.1 4. . . Manage Users/Logons . Deleting an Uplink . . . . . . .4 4. . .1 4. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces iii . . . . . . . . . . . . .2. . . . . . Deleting an Alarm Filter . . .1 4. . . . . . .3. . . 4-37 4-37 FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. . . . . . . 4-22 4-24 4-25 4-26 4-28 4-29 Manage Alarm Filters . . . . . . . Disconnecting a Communication Session . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3.2 4. . . . . . 4-29 4-32 4-34 4-36 4-37 Manage Uplink Log. . . . .4. . Enabling/Disabling Logging for an Uplink . . . .4. . 4. . . . . . . . . . . Viewing Uplink Details . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3. . . .7 4. . . . . . Modifying an Access Control List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4. . . . .1 4. 4-2 4-2 4. . . . . Disconnecting a TL1 Session . . Deleting an Access Control List . . . .4 4. . . . . . . . .5 4. .Table of Contents 4 TL1 Uplink Administration 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2. . . . . . . . . . . . . .3. .4 Adding an Uplink . . . . . . . . . Modifying an Uplink User/Logon . . .5. . . Cloning an Access Control List . 4-3 4-6 4-8 4-9 4-10 Manage Uplinks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 4. .5. . . Modifying an Uplink . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . .3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 5. . . . . . . . . . .3 5. . . . . . . . . .Table of Contents 5 SNMP Uplink Management 5. . . . . .6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5. . . . . . . . . . . Working with the SNMP Uplink Server . . 5-3 5-4 5-4 5-5 Working with SNMP Uplink Management . . . . . . . . . .4 5. . . . . . . . . . . . .3 5. . . . . .4.4. . . . . . . .4. . . . . . . . . .1 5. . . .5. 5-6 5-7 5-11 5-12 5-12 5-14 5-16 Performing SNMP Manager Operations . . . . . .4 Create a Trap Destination . . . . . . . . . . . . . Disabling the SNMP Uplink Server . . . . SNMP Uplink Terminology . . . . . . . . . .3. . Delete a Trap Destination . 5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Modify a Trap Destination .2 5. . . Menu Bar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 5. . . . . . . . . .6. . . . .5. . . . .4 Configure the SNMP Uplink Server . . 5. .4 5. .5 Features .1 Overview .2 5. . . . . . . . . . Trap Destinations Tab . 5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6. . . . .1 5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Starting the SNMP Uplink Server . . Modify an SNMP Manager . . . . . . . . . . Status Bar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . View Trap Destination Details. .2 5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 5. . . .4. . . . .3 5. . . . . 5-2 5-2 5-3 5.1 5. . . . . .6 5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Create an SNMP Manager . . . . . . . . . . . .4. . . . . . . . . . . . . Toolbar . . A-2 iv External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. . . . . Managers Tab . . . .1 5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . January 2007 . . . . . . . . . . . . View SNMP Manager Details . . . . .3 Overview . . . . . .5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-29 5-32 5-33 5-34 A TL1 Uplink Customization A. . .3. . .3 5. . . . . . . . . . .6. . . . Delete an SNMP Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 5. . . . . . . . .4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-16 5-21 5-24 5-27 5-29 Performing Trap Destination Operations. . . .

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4-22 ACL Dialog Box. 4-14 Uplink Details Dialog Box. 3-35 Uplink Configuration Tab. 3-29 Tree Area of Uplink Status Tab. 3-33 TL1 Sessions Table. 5-19 vi External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. January 2007 . 3-34 Uplink Configuration Tab. 5-14 Add Manager Dialog Box. 3-28 Uplink Status Tab. 4-29 Alarm Filter Dialog Box. 5-6 SNMP Uplink Management Window—Managers Tab. 3-45 Access Control List Tab. 3-43 Alarm Filters Tab. 4-33 Modify Alarm Filter Dialog Box. 4-11 Modify Uplink Dialog Box. 3-31 Active Uplinks Table. 4-6 Modify Login Status Dialog Box. 3-38 Login Management Tab. 4-19 Create ACL Dialog Box. 3-40 Login Management Tab. 4-24 Clone ACL Dialog Box. 3-32 Communication Sessions Table. 4-34 SNMP Uplink Management Window.List of Figures LIST OF FIGURES FIGURE TITLE Figure 3-1 Figure 3-2 Figure 3-3 Figure 3-4 Figure 3-5 Figure 3-6 Figure 3-7 Figure 3-8 Figure 3-9 Figure 3-10 Figure 3-11 Figure 3-12 Figure 3-13 Figure 3-14 Figure 4-1 Figure 4-2 Figure 4-3 Figure 4-4 Figure 4-5 Figure 4-6 Figure 4-7 Figure 4-8 Figure 4-9 Figure 4-10 Figure 4-11 Figure 4-12 Figure 4-13 Figure 4-14 Figure 5-1 Figure 5-2 Figure 5-3 Figure 5-4 Figure 5-5 TL1 Uplink Window. 4-27 Add Alarm Filter Dialog Box. 4-16 Modify Uplink Status Dialog Box. 4-3 Modify Login Dialog Box. 5-12 SNMP Uplink Management Window—Trap Destinations Tab. 3-49 View Uplink Log Tab. 5-16 Add Manager Dialog Box with Add Trap Destination Area. 3-52 Add Login Dialog Box. 4-9 Add Uplink Dialog Box. 4-25 Contents of Selected ACL. 3-23 TL1 Uplink Toolbar.

5-29 Modify Trap Destination Dialog Box. 5-27 Add Trap Destination Dialog Box.List of Figures FIGURE TITLE Figure 5-6 Figure 5-7 Figure 5-8 Figure 5-9 Figure 5-10 Figure 5-11 Figure 5-12 Figure 5-13 Modify Manager Dialog Box. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces vii . 5-24 View Manager Dialog Box with View Trap Destination Area. 5-33 FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. 5-21 Modify Manager Dialog Box with Modify Trap Destination Area. 5-23 View Manager Dialog Box. 5-32 View Trap Destination Dialog Box. 5-26 Delete Manager Confirmation Dialog Box.

2-2 Uplink Terminology. 3-46 Alarm Filters Toolbar Icons. 3-46 Alarm Filters List versus Alarm Message Parameter. 3-53 View Uplink Log Description. 3-38 Operations Menu Description (Login Management Tab). 3-3 File Menu Description. 3-43 Operations Menu Descriptions. 3-27 Uplink Toolbar Description. 3-54 Add Login Dialog Box Description.List of Tables LIST OF TABLES TABLE TITLE Table 1-1 Table 2-1 Table 3-1 Table 3-2 Table 3-3 Table 3-4 Table 3-5 Table 3-6 Table 3-7 Table 3-8 Table 3-9 Table 3-10 Table 3-11 Table 3-12 Table 3-13 Table 3-14 Table 3-15 Table 3-16 Table 3-17 Table 3-18 Table 3-19 Table 3-20 Table 3-21 Table 3-22 Table 3-23 Table 3-24 Table 3-25 Table 3-26 Table 3-27 Table 4-1 Table 4-2 Table 4-3 Table 4-4 Typographic Conventions. 3-25 View Menu Descriptions. 4-19 Create ACL Dialog Box Description. 3-37 Uplink Configuration Tab Column Descriptions. 3-24 Edit Menu Descriptions. 3-50 Access Control List Tab Description. 4-11 Modify Uplink Status Dialog Box Description. 3-51 View Uplink Log Toolbar Icon Descriptions. 3-48 Operations Menu Descriptions. 3-25 Help Menu Descriptions. 3-30 Active Uplinks Table Column Descriptions. 3-41 Login Management Tab Description. 3-33 TL1 Sessions Table Column Descriptions. 3-28 Operations Menu Description (Uplink Status Tab). 3-25 Operations Menu Descriptions. 3-36 Toolbar Description (Uplink Configuration Tab). 3-50 ACL Toolbar Icon Descriptions. 3-34 Operations Menu Description (Uplink Configuration Tab). 1-2 EML-NML Terminology. 4-22 viii External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. January 2007 . 3-47 Alarm Filter List Descriptions. 4-3 Add Uplink Dialog Box Description. 3-32 Communication Sessions Table Column Descriptions. 3-30 Toolbar Description (Uplink Status Tab). 3-41 Toolbar Description (Login Management Tab).

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Overview of Practice
This practice describes two types of external interfaces (EML-NML and TL1 uplink) supported by the NETSMART® 1500 Element Management System (EMS). Information in this book is organized as follows: Chapter 1, Introduction—Provides a brief introduction to this practice and information about contacting and using Fujitsu technical support Chapter 2, EML-NML Interface—Provides a brief overview of the Element Management Layer (EML)-Network Management Layer (NML) interface Chapter 3, TL1 Uplink Management—Describes the NETSMART 1500 TL1 uplink feature, the window used to manage it, and how an outside system connects to it Chapter 4, TL1 Uplink Administration—Provides procedures for managing TL1 uplinks, user/logon accounts, access control lists, alarm filters, and logging Chapter 5, SNMP Uplink Management—Describes the NETSMART 1500 Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) uplink feature and the window used to manage it, and also provides procedures for creating and managing SNMP Managers and Trap Destinations Appendix A, TL1 Uplink Customization—Describes parameters that can be changed to customize the TL1 uplink feature

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Visual cues throughout the NETSMART 1500 EMS documentation are used to help you easily locate and interpret information. Typographical conventions (particular fonts used to indicate a type of word) are listed and explained in Table 1-1 [p. 1-2].
Table 1-1: Typographic Conventions Type Style
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Window or dialog box title A word or phrase being defined or otherwise deserving special emphasis Menu, menu item, button, icon, field, region, or other GUI object Text that the user types, text displayed as a message on the screen, or a file name Keyboard key (such as CTRL or SHIFT) Bracketed term, variable to be replaced with an appropriate value

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2 TMF EML-NML CORBA Terminology Table 2-1 [p. January 2007 . This interface is specified by the TeleManagement Forum (TMF) in a set of three documents: ■ TMF 513—Multi Technology Network Management Business Agreement TMF 608—Multi Technology Network Management Information Agreement TMF 814—Multi Technology Network Management Solution Set (CORBA IDL) ■ ■ 2. Table 2-1: EML-NML Terminology Acronym CORBA EML EMS GUI IDL NML NMS SDH SNC SONET Description Common Object Request Broker Architecture Element Management Layer Element Management System Graphical user interface Interface Definition Language Network Management Layer Network Management System Synchronous Digital Hierarchy. SONET is similar to SDH. the North American standard format for transporting a wide range of digital telecommunications services over optical fiber.CHAPTER 2 EML-NML Interface Overview 2. to allow upstream operation support systems (OSSs) to discover and manage the network managed by the NETSMART 1500 EMS. Version 2. optical interfaces. TeleManagement Forum TMF 2-2 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. SONET is characterized by standard line rates. and signal formats. the international standard for telecommunications transmission using fiber-optic cables. 2-2] defines common acronyms used in referring to the TMF Element Management Layer (EML)-Network Management Layer (NML) interface.1 Overview The NETSMART® 1500 Element Management System (EMS) implements the mandatory modules of the Multi Technology Network Management (MTNM) interface. similar to the North American SONET standard Subnetwork controller Synchronous Optical Network.1. the international standard.

1 in the NETSMART 1500 EMS.3 TMF EML-NML Capabilities This interface is proposed as a standard interface to be used between applications at the NML and EML layers of the Telecommunications Management Network (TMN) model. 2. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 2-3 . ATM) Discover the resources managed by an EML system both at start-up and during normal operation Configure termination points Determine resource usage and subnetwork connections (SNCs) within the network managed by an EML system Request an EML system to establish SNCs and remove SNCs Receive alarms. NETSMART 1500 Administration. or enabling or disabling EML-NML. PDD-6120 specifies the implementation to standards specified in the following TMF documents: ■ TMF 513—Multi Technology Network Management Business Agreement TMF 608—Multi Technology Network Management Information Agreement TMF 814—Multi Technology Network Management Solution Set (CORBA IDL) ■ ■ Requests for PDD-6120 should be placed through your Fujitsu sales representative. FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. refer to FNC-1500-0050-110. and object life-cycle events from the network Launch the EMS GUI through the GUI cut-through interface ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ For information about the EML-NML server. threshold crossing alerts (TCAs).4 EML-NML Compliance Statement Fujitsu maintains PDD-6120.CHAPTER 2 EML-NML Interface TMF EML-NML Capabilities 2. a statement of implementation of the MTNM NML-EML Interface Version 2. Server Administration Guide. WDM. It contains interfaces that allow NML systems to: ■ Use one interface to manage networks composed of several technologies (SDH/SONET. Chapter 3.

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 3. TL1 Uplink Window. . . . . . . 3-2 3-6 3-10 3-13 3-23 TL1 UPLINK MANAGEMENT This chapter includes the following sections: NO.2 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SNC Sessions.1 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SECTION PAGE FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TL1 Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces . . . . . . . .5 Overview . .3 CHAPTERS/APPENDIXES 1 Introduction 2 EML-NML Interface ➤ 3 TL1 Uplink Management 4 TL1 Uplink Administration 5 SNMP Uplink Management A TL1 Uplink Customization 3. . . . . . . . . . Pass-Through Sessions . .4 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

PAGE 3-3 3-4 3-5 This chapter describes the NETSMART® 1500 TL1 uplink feature. . and how an outside system connects to it. . . . . for more information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . The SNC session can be set to forward TL1 autonomous messages from all managed NEs as they occur. . . . . 3. .CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management Overview 3. .2. . Depending on provisioning (by TL1 Uplink Management). for more information. . . . . . . . . The session. through it. 3-6]. SNC session—An SNC (subnetwork controller) session is a TL1 session with the NETSMART 1500 EMS itself (rather than with an NE) that allows the outside system to monitor the entire network of managed NEs through a single TL1 session. . . however.1 3. Interactions through an uplink are by TL1 session. ■ ■ Create and manage alarm filters and associate alarm filters with uplink user/logon accounts 3-2 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . The pass-through mode is normally used for NE provisioning rather than for network monitoring. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Refer to Section 3. .1. January 2007 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 SUBSECTION Uplink Terminology . . . 3-10]. . . . . . . . . . . . . .3. . .1 Overview This section includes the following subsections: NO. . . . . . . . the window used to manage it. . . TL1 Session . .2 3. . . . . . . TL1 Uplink Management provides tools to support the following administration tasks: ■ Create and manage TL1 uplinks Create and manage uplink user/logon accounts Note: The uplink user logon account includes the user identifier (user ID) and private identifier (password) that the outside system uses (in the ACT-USER command) to establish a TL1 session. TCP/IP Connection . . . is through the NETSMART 1500 EMS using the NETSMART 1500 logon to the NE. . . . . . . . . . deny commands. . . . . . . connect to the entire network of NEs it manages. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The SNC session responds to a special set of TL1 surveillance commands with information retrieved from the NETSMART 1500 database. . A TL1 uplink is a communication interface (created within TL1 Uplink Management) that allows an outside system to connect to your NETSMART 1500 Element Management System (EMS) and. . or reply on behalf of the NE. . . Two types of TL1 sessions are supported: Pass-through session—A pass-through session is a TL1 session that appears (to the outside system) to be a direct logon to an NE. . . . SNC Sessions [p. . .1. . . The SNC session is designed to support upper-layer Network Management Systems (NMSs). . . .1. . . . . . . . . Refer to Section 3. . . . . . . Pass-Through Sessions [p. . . . . . . . . the NETSMART 1500 EMS may filter alarms.

A TL1 session is established (within a communication session) when the outside user/system issues the ACT-USER TL1 command. refer to Section 4. 3. Table 3-1: Uplink Terminology (1 of 2) Term Access control list (ACL) Alarm filter Communication session Definition An ACL is a list of TL1 commands that are denied to an uplink user. 3-3] defines uplink terminology used in this practice. TL1 Uplink Management supports two types of TL1 sessions: Pass-through session—A TL1 session that appears (to the outside system) to be a direct logon to an NE but is actually an indirect connection through the NETSMART 1500 EMS. communication sessions. An SNC session is normally used to support an upper-layer NMS. and TL1 sessions View a log of uplink activity ■ Section 3. 4-22].5. Manage Alarm Filters [p. A communication session is a TCP/IP connection between an outside system and the TL1 uplink feature of the NETSMART 1500 EMS. SNC session—A TL1 session (with the NETSMART 1500 EMS) that allows the outside system to monitor the entire network of NEs managed by the NETSMART 1500 EMS through a single TL1 session. Chapter 4.4.CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management Overview ■ Create and manage access control lists (ACLs) and associate ACLs with uplink user/logon accounts Note: An ACL is a list of TL1 commands denied to the user. 4-29]. depending on how it is configured.1 Uplink Terminology Table 3-1 [p. For more information. TL1 Uplink Window [p. The session is terminated when the outside user/system issues the CANC-USER command (or if TL1 Uplink Management disconnects the TL1 session). provides step-by-step procedures. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 3-3 . describes the graphical user interface used to perform these tasks. ■ View status for all active uplinks.5. The TL1 uplink feature allows some customizing. using the NETSMART 1500 logon to the NE. 3-23]. Manage ACLs [p. TL1 session FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. and mediated by the NETSMART 1500 EMS. TL1 Uplink Customization. for more information. Refer to Appendix A. TL1 Uplink Administration. For more information. An alarm filter specifies criteria that an alarm message must meet before it is passed to an uplink user. refer to Section 4.1. An uplink can support one or several communication sessions.

50.3. a range of computers.10. to allow all computers to connect. For information on creating or modifying an uplink. 4-2].xxx.0.0. the range of computers that can connect to this link is 160. Manage Uplinks [p. The TL1 uplink user/logon account sets up the user identifier (user ID) and private identifier (password) that the outside user/system uses to establish a TL1 session (with the ACT-USER command). refer to Section 4.25.255.xxx is only used if the IP address of the connecting computer fails to match any of the more specific configurations.xxx.50.0 with a mask of 255. An uplink can support one or several TCP/IP communication sessions. The uplink name is used solely for administrative purposes within the NETSMART 1500 EMS.xxx. For information on creating or managing user/logon accounts.255. A duplicate definition of a network address and subnet mask combination is not permitted. when a remote NMS with a network address of 172. Each configured uplink specifies an IP address and a subnet mask.50.10. A single configuration containing a subnet mask of xxx.25.0.xxx. To allow only one computer to connect. or all computers to connect to the TL1 uplink application using the subnet mask.0. a subnet mask of xxx. following the best-fit rule. including alarm filters and ACLs. A subnet mask of xxx. 3-4 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. Overlapping of subnet masks is permitted. For example.255. Various attributes of the user/logon account are provisionable. The subnet mask determines the security for a given configuration.254.2 TCP/IP Connection TL1 uplink users establish TL1 sessions within a data communications network (DCN) connection to the NETSMART 1500 EMS via TCP/IP. 4-10].xxx is used.1. An active uplink is an uplink with at least one communication session currently active. Connections are made on a best-fit scenario. xxx = 255.0. Manage Users/Logons [p.255. Note: In the subnet masks above. The uplink name is the unique name given to the uplink to distinguish it from other uplinks.35 attempts to connect.0 and a subnet mask of 255. The uplink configuration includes the connection parameters that the outside system uses to establish a communication session and attributes associated with the uplink. it uses the second link. If a link network address is 160. if an enabled link has a network address of 172.10. User/logon account 3.255 is used. January 2007 . A remote system can allow a single computer. For example.50. and another enabled link exists with a network address of 172.xxx is allowed.1 through 160.CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management Overview Table 3-1: Uplink Terminology (2 of 2) Term Uplink Definition A TL1 uplink is a TCP/IP communication interface created and configured within TL1 Uplink Management to allow one or more outside systems to establish a TCP/IP communication session with the TL1 uplink feature of the NETSMART 1500 EMS.50.xxx.xxx.0 and a subnet mask of 255.2. ensuring that only the computer specified in the IP address of the link can connect. a subnet mask of 255.255.25. depending on how it is configured. refer to Section 4.255.255.

TID—Target identifier of the NE (for a pass-through session) or SNC (for an SNC session) UID—User identifier (user ID) of your TL1 uplink user/logon account CTAG—Correlation tag PID—Private identifier (password) of your TL1 uplink user/logon account The uplink user can establish many pass-through sessions (with different NEs) through the TCP/IP connection but should not have an SNC session simultaneous with a pass-through session. Manage Uplinks [p. a TL1 session is terminated by the user with the CANC-USER TL1 command. the uplink user can establish one or more TL1 sessions (within the TCP/IP communication session) using the ACT-USER TL1 command: ACT-USER:TID:UID:CTAG::PID. or TL1 uplink as described in Section 4. communication session.CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management Overview 3.3. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 3-5 . FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1.3 TL1 Session After establishing a TCP/IP session with the NETSMART 1500 EMS. Generally.1. 4-10]. the NETSMART 1500 uplink administrator can also disconnect the TL1 session. However.

. . . . . . . . . . . . and SET-DAT are denied to the uplink user. . . Establishing a Pass-Through Session . January 2007 . . . . . . . . .2 Pass-Through Sessions This section includes the following subsections: NO. a pass-through session is intended primarily for provisioning. . . . . If an ACL is associated with the TL1 user account/logon. . . . . . . . . rather than for monitoring. . . . . . . The NETSMART 1500 EMS denies or mediates some commands and messages as explained later. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PAGE 3-6 3-7 A TL1 uplink pass-through session is similar to an ordinary TL1 session in that it is established with an individual NE and appears (to the uplink user) like an ordinary TL1 session with the NE. . . . ALW-PMREPT. . . . . refer to Section 4. . . . .2. The following are exceptions: ■ Commands ALW-DBREPT. A pass-through session can be established with any NE that the NETSMART 1500 EMS is logged on to. . . . the TL1 commands listed in that ACL are denied to the uplink user. . the session is through the NETSMART 1500 EMS and uses the existing NETSMART 1500 logon to the NE. TL1 Commands If an uplink user establishes a pass-through session with an NE. . . INH-DBREPT. . . . .2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . However. . . . . . . ■ 3-6 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. . . 4-24]. . For more information on ACLs. INH-PMREPT.CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management Pass-Through Sessions 3. . .2. . . . . .4. . . In contrast to an SNC session. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PAGE 3-6 3-7 3. . . . . . Autonomous TL1 Messages . . Associating an Access Control List with an Uplink User/Logon [p. . . . . . . .2 SUBSECTION Pass-Through Session Description . . .1 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . An uplink user can have several pass-through sessions (with different NEs) open at once but should not have an SNC session simultaneous with a pass-through session. the NETSMART 1500 EMS generally forwards any TL1 command entered by the uplink user to the NE and relays the NE’s reply back to the uplink user. . . . .2. . 3. .1 Pass-Through Session Description This subsection includes the following items: ITEM TL1 Commands. . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. .2 Establishing a Pass-Through Session This subsection describes how to establish a pass-through session with an NE. TL1 Commands [p. The following are exceptions: ■ Transient conditions and messages REPT PM. ■ ■ ■ 3. . . . and CANC-USER) are answered by the TL1 uplink system without interaction with the NE. Establish a Pass-Through Session. PAGE 3-8 3-9 FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. . . The setting takes effect each time the user logs on to an NE. 3-13]. . . . refer to Section 3. . . Associating an Alarm Filter with an Uplink User [p. . .2. .2. autonomous messages from the NE are generally forwarded to the uplink user. but the user can override the setting with the ALW-MSG-ALL and INH-MSG-ALL TL1 commands. . . . . . . Adding an Uplink User/Logon [p. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . For more information. . . . . the user must enter the TID in upper case. . . . . . . . The uplink user can allow and inhibit autonomous messages using the ALW-MSG-ALL and INH-MSG-ALL TL1 commands. . . .2. . . . . . . .1. . respectively. . those messages are not forwarded. . . It includes the following items: ITEM Prerequisites . . When using the Pass Thru mode.4. . . . . . refer to Section 4. . . . . . . . 4-3]). . REPT EVT FILE. . . These commands remain in effect for the duration of the pass-through session.CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management Pass-Through Sessions ■ Some commands (such as RTRV-HDR. . . . . . . For more information on alarm filters. and REPT DBCHG are never forwarded by TL1 uplink.5. ACT-USER. . . . . . . . . . . 4-32]. . . The TL1 uplink administrator provides an initial setting (ALW-MSG-ALL or INH-MSG-ALL) for each uplink user account/logon (refer to Section 4. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 3-7 . . . . . . REPT AUTO LOGOFF. . . If an alarm filter is associated with the uplink user account/logon. ■ Autonomous TL1 Messages If an uplink user establishes a pass-through session with an NE. . . . .

Manage Users/Logons [p. Manage Uplinks [p. 4-10].CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management Pass-Through Sessions Prerequisites The following prerequisites must be satisfied before you can establish a pass-through session: ■ A TL1 uplink has been established in NETSMART 1500 TL1 Uplink Management that permits TCP/IP connection from the remote system you are connecting from. You must know the user identifier (user ID) and private identifier (password) for this account. A TL1 uplink user/logon account has been created for you to use in establishing the pass-through session. for more information on creating and managing TL1 uplinks. Refer to Section 4. ■ ■ ■ 3-8 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1.3. 4-2]. Refer to Section 4. January 2007 . You must know the TID of the NE you want to connect to.2. You must know the IP address (or host name) of the NETSMART 1500 server. for more information on creating and managing TL1 uplink user/logon accounts.

CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management Pass-Through Sessions Establish a Pass-Through Session CAUTION: If you have an SNC session open. 3-6]. Create a pass-through session from the remote system as follows: Step 1 Task If necessary. but should not have an SNC session simultaneous with a pass-through session. You can now enter TL1 commands and receive autonomous TL1 messages as described in Section 3. enter the ACT-USER command with the TID of the target NE and using your uplink user identifier (user ID) and password: ACT-USER:TID:UID:CTAG::PID. establish a TCP/IP session to port 2025 of the NETSMART 1500 server using the same IP address (or host name) that NETSMART 1500 clients use. An uplink user can have several pass-through sessions (with different NEs) open at once. enter the CANC-USER command. CANC-USER:TID:UID:CTAG. The pass-through session is now established with the NE. In the TCP/IP session. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 3-9 . Example: CANC-USER:FUJITSU:UID:CTAG.1. terminate that session (with the CANC-USER:SNC command) before starting a pass-through session. 3 To terminate the pass-through session. Pass-Through Session Description [p. FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1.2. TID—Target identifier of the NE you want to have a pass-through session with UID—User identifier (user ID) of your TL1 Uplink user/logon account CTAG—Correlation tag PID—Private identifier (password) of your TL1 Uplink user/logon account 2 Example: ACT-USER:FUJITSU:UID:CTAG::PID.

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . rather than with an individual NE) that is intended to support network monitoring. . . . . . . . . . refer to Section 3. . . . . . . .2 SUBSECTION SNC Session Description . . . . . . Establishing an SNC Session . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-13]. . . . . . . . . PAGE 3-10 3-11 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TL1 Commands [p. . . . . . . .CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management SNC Sessions 3. .1 3. . . . . . . . . 3. . through it. . . . . . . . PAGE 3-10 3-11 An SNC (subnetwork controller) session is a TL1 session (with the NETSMART 1500 EMS itself. . .4.3. . . . . . . . . .3. . . . .3. . . 3-10 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . the NETSMART 1500 EMS supports the following TL1 commands: ■ ALW-SNCMSG INH-SNCMSG RTRV-HDR RTRV-SNCALM RTRV-SNCNE RTRV-SYS ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ For more information on these commands. . . . . . . . . . . . . . TL1 Commands If an uplink user (or NMS) establishes an SNC session. . . . monitor the whole network of NEs that the NETSMART 1500 EMS manages. January 2007 . An uplink user should not have an SNC session simultaneous with a pass-through session. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 SNC Session Description This subsection includes the following items: ITEM TL1 Commands. . . Autonomous Messages . . . . . . .3 SNC Sessions This section includes the following subsections: NO. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . It provides a mechanism for an upper-layer Network Management System (NMS) to connect to the NETSMART 1500 EMS and. . . . . .

. Associating an Alarm Filter with an Uplink User [p. . . . . . . . . . 4-32]. You must know the IP address (or host name) of the NETSMART 1500 server. . . . . . PAGE 3-11 3-12 Prerequisites The following prerequisites must be satisfied before you can establish a pass-through session: ■ A TL1 uplink has been established in NETSMART 1500 TL1 Uplink Management that permits TCP/IP connection the system you are connecting from. . . . . .2. respectively. . These commands remain in effect for the duration of the SNC session. . . . . . . . . . Refer to Section 4. . . . . . . A TL1 Uplink user/logon account has been created for you to use in establishing the SNC session. . . . ■ ■ ■ 3. . Manage Users/Logons [p. . . REPT AUTO LOGOFF. 4-2]. . . . It includes the following items: ITEM Prerequisites . those messages are not forwarded. . . .2 Establishing an SNC Session This subsection describes how to establish an SNC session. . . . . Establish an SNC Session. . . .) The uplink user (or NMS) can allow and inhibit autonomous messages using the ALW-SNCMSG and INH-SNCMSG TL1 commands. ■ ■ FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. The TL1 uplink administrator provides an initial setting (ALW-SNCMSG or INH-SNCMSG) for each uplink user account/logon (refer to Section 4. . . . If an alarm filter is associated with the uplink user account/logon. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 3-11 . . . . . The following are exceptions: ■ Messages REPT PM. . . . . . . . . . .2. . Adding an Uplink User/Logon [p. . .3. .2. . The setting takes effect each time the user (or NMS) logs on to an NE. . . . . . . . . . Manage Uplinks [p. . You must know the user identifier (user ID) and password for this account. . for more information on creating and managing TL1 uplink user/logon accounts. . . REPT EVT FILE. (Refer to Section 4. . . . Refer to Section 4. autonomous messages from the whole network of NEs managed by the NETSMART 1500 EMS are generally forwarded to the uplink user (or NMS). for more information on creating and managing TL1 uplinks. . 4-3]). . . . . 4-10]. . .3. . . .CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management SNC Sessions Autonomous Messages If an uplink user (or NMS) establishes an SNC session with the NETSMART 1500 EMS. . . . but the user (or NMS) can override the setting with the ALW-SNCMSG and INH-SNCMSG TL1 commands.1.5. . . . and REPT DBCHG are never forwarded by TL1 uplink. . . . .

3. SNC Session Description [p. An uplink user can have several pass-through sessions (with different NEs) open at once. January 2007 . but should not have an SNC session simultaneous with a pass-through session. 3-12 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1.CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management SNC Sessions Establish an SNC Session CAUTION: If you have one or more pass-through sessions open. CANC-USER:SNC:UID:CTAG. if necessary) to port 2025 of the NETSMART 1500 server using the same IP address (or host name) that NETSMART 1500 clients use. UID—User identifier (user ID) of your TL1 Uplink user/logon account CTAG—Correlation tag PID—Private identifier (password) of your TL1 Uplink user/logon account 2 Example: ACT-USER:SNC:UID:CTAG::PID. Create an SNC session from the remote system as follows Step 1 Task If necessary.1. Enter the ACT-USER:SNC command using your TL1 uplink user identifier (user ID) and password: ACT-USER:SNC:UID:CTAG::PID. 3 To terminate the SNC session. establish a TCP/IP session (from within the NMS application. You can now enter TL1 commands and receive autonomous TL1 messages as described in Section 3. enter the CANC-USER:SNC command. 3-10]. terminate each session (with the CANC-USER command) before starting the SNC session. The SNC session is now established with the NE. Example: CANC-USER:SNC:UID:CTAG.

. . . . . . . . . .2 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RTRV-SNCALM . . . . . . Pass-Through Sessions [p. . January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 3-13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Example: ACT-USER:SNC:UID:CTAG::PID. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.4. . . . . . . . RTRV-SYS . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pass-Through Session Description [p.4.8 SUBSECTION ACT-USER . . . . . . . . . RTRV-HDR . . It includes the following subsections: NO.2. . . . . . . . . .4 TL1 Commands This section describes TL1 commands that the NETSMART 1500 TL1 uplink supports without interaction with the NE(s). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SNC Sessions [p. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Input Format ACT-USER:TID:UID:CTAG::PID. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management TL1 Commands 3. . . . . . .4. . . . . . . . PAGE 3-13 3-14 3-15 3-16 3-17 3-18 3-20 3-22 Many other TL1 commands are supported by pass-through sessions. . . 3-6]. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . This command does not support grouping or ranging. . . . . . . . .1 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 ACT-USER The ACT-USER (Activate User) command is used to establish a new pass-through TL1 session (Section 3. INH-SNCMSG . . . . . . . . . . .4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CANC-USER. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RTRV-SNCNE. FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. . . . .3. . . . . . . . 3-10]) with NETSMART 1500 TL1 uplink. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . as described in Section 3. . . ALW-SNCMSG .4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4. . . . Multiple logons to the same TID using the same UID are not allowed. . . . . . .4. . . . . 3-6]) or a new SNC session (Section 3. . . . . . . . . . . . .3 3. . . . .5 3. . .7 3. .2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Refer to NE documentation for descriptions of those commands. . . . . .4 3. . . . 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

3-10]). Successful Response Format (Normal) M SID DATE TIME CTAG COMPLD Unsuccessful Response Format (Deny) M SID DATE TIME CTAG DENY The deny response also includes a descriptive error message. January 2007 . Example: ALW-SNCMSG:SNC::CTAG. Adding an Uplink User/Logon [p.CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management TL1 Commands Input Parameters TID ■ Target identifier of the NE (for a pass-through session) SNC (for an SNC session) ■ UID The UID is the user identifier (user ID) created in the TL1 uplink (Section 4. SNC Sessions [p. PID The PID is the private identifier (password) created in the TL1 uplink (Section 4.3.2 ALW-SNCMSG The ALW-SNCMSG (Allow Subnetwork Controller Messages) command enables the forwarding of SNC messages.1.2. CTAG The CTAG (required parameter) is composed of one to six ASCII characters. Input Format ALW-SNCMSG:SNC::CTAG.1. This command is only accepted from an SNC session (Section 3. 4-3]). Adding an Uplink User/Logon [p.4. 3-14 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1.2. 3. 4-3]).

This command does not support grouping or ranging. Note: A TL1 session can also be terminated by the NETSMART 1500 uplink administrator disconnecting the TL1 session. 3-6]) or an SNC session (Section 3.3. communication session. 3-10]). Adding an Uplink User/Logon [p. of the user (or NMS) currently logged on.3. FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. or TL1 uplink as described in Section 4. Manage Uplinks [p. 4-10]. SNC Sessions [p. created in the TL1 uplink (Section 4. Pass-Through Sessions [p. Successful Response Format (Normal) M SID DATE TIME CTAG COMPLD Unsuccessful Response Format (Deny) M SID DATE TIME CTAG DENY 3.1. Input Format CANC-USER:TID:UID:CTAG. Input Parameters TID ■ Target identifier of the NE (for a pass-through session) SNC (for an SNC session) ■ UID The UID is the user identifier (user ID).2. CTAG The CTAG (required parameter) is composed of one to six ASCII characters.3 CANC-USER The CANC-USER (Cancel User) command is used to terminate a pass-through TL1 session (Section 3. 4-3]). January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 3-15 .CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management TL1 Commands Input Parameters CTAG The CTAG (required parameter) is composed of one to six ASCII characters. Example: CANC-USER:SNC:UID:CTAG.2.4.

Successful Response Format (Normal) M SID DATE TIME CTAG COMPLD Unsuccessful Response Format (Deny) M SID DATE TIME CTAG DENY 3-16 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. SNC Sessions [p. Input Parameters CTAG The CTAG (required parameter) is composed of one to six ASCII characters. Input Format INH-SNCMSG:SNC::CTAG. Example: INH-SNCMSG:SNC::CTAG.3. 3.4 INH-SNCMSG The INH-SNCMSG (Inhibit Subnetwork Controller Messages) command inhibits the forwarding of SNC messages. This command is only accepted from an SNC session (Section 3.CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management TL1 Commands Successful Response Format (Normal) M SID DATE TIME CTAG COMPLD Unsuccessful Response Format (Deny) M SID DATE TIME CTAG DENY A DENY indicates there is no active session for the specified TID and UID. 3-10]).4. January 2007 .

CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management TL1 Commands 3. Successful Response Format (Normal) M SID DATE TIME CTAG COMPLD Unsuccessful Response Format (Deny) M SID DATE TIME CTAG DENY ERROR CODE /*ERROR TEXT*/ FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. Input Format RTRV-HDR:TID::CTAG.4. indicating completion. Example: RTRV-HDR:SNC::CTAG. Input Parameters TID ■ Target identifier of the NE (for a pass-through session) SNC (for an SNC session) ■ CTAG The CTAG (required parameter) is composed of one to six ASCII characters. This command does not support grouping or ranging.5 RTRV-HDR The RTRV-HDR (Retrieve Header) command requests a normal response from the NE (pass-through session) or from an SNC session. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 3-17 . this command is used by the NMS to verify communication with the NETSMART 1500 EMS. For NMS support (through an SNC session).

SNC Sessions [p.6 RTRV-SNCALM The RTRV-SNCALM (Retrieve Subnetwork Controller Alarms) command reports alarms for all NEs listed in TIDLIST. all severities are returned. This command is only accepted from an SNC session (Section 3.4.3. If omitted. January 2007 . Example: RTRV-SNCALM:SNC:FUJITSU:CTAG:CR. The following are valid codes: ■ CR—Critical MJ—Major MN—Minor ■ ■ Successful Response M SNC DATE TIME CTAG COMPLD “TID:AID:AIDTYPE:SEVERITY:SA:DATE:TIME:LOCN:DIRN::DESC” “TID:AID:AIDTYPE:SEVERITY:SA:DATE:TIME:LOCN:DIRN::DESC” “TID:AID:AIDTYPE:SEVERITY:SA:DATE:TIME:LOCN:DIRN::DESC”. Input Parameters TIDLIST ■ Target identifiers for up to ten NEs (separated by ampersands) Example: TID1&&TID2&&TID3 ■ ALL (default) CTAG The CTAG (required parameter) is composed of one to six ASCII characters. Each line begins with the TID value.CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management TL1 Commands 3. 3-10]). 3-18 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. NTFCNCDE NTFCNCDE (notification code) is an optional parameter indicating alarm severity. Note: Each alarm is represented by a line in the report. Input Format RTRV-SNCALM:SNC:TIDLIST:CTAG:NTFCNCDE.

EQPT. or OC192) affected. AIDTYPE This parameter identifies the type of AID (for example.CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management TL1 Commands Unsuccessful Response Format (Deny) M SID DATE TIME CTAG DENY Response Parameters TID The TID is the target identifier of the affected NE. or port affected. facility. TIME TIME identifies the time when the alarm was reported (in hhmmss format). AID The AID identifies the hardware unit. SEVERITY This parameter identifies the severity of the alarm. The possible values are: ■ CR—Critical MJ—Major MN—Minor NR—Not Reported ■ ■ ■ SA SA indicates whether the condition affects service. FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. The possible values are: ■ SA—Service-affecting condition NSA—Non–service-affecting condition ■ DATE DATE identifies the date when the alarm was reported (in yymmdd format). PORT. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 3-19 .

Input Format RTRV-SNCNE:SNC::CTAG. January 2007 . 3-10]).4. SNC Sessions [p. 3-20 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. This command is only accepted from an SNC session (Section 3. Input Parameters CTAG The CTAG (required parameter) is composed of one to six ASCII characters.7 RTRV-SNCNE The RTRV-SNCNE (Retrieve Subnetwork Controller NEs) command reports the NEs currently available through NETSMART 1500 TL1 Uplink. 3.CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management TL1 Commands LOCN LOCN identifies the location where the condition is detected: ■ NEND—Near end FEND—Far end NA—Not applicable ■ ■ DIRN DIRN identifies the direction of the condition: ■ RCV—Receive TRMT—Transmit NA—Not applicable ■ ■ DESC DESC is a text description of the alarm. Example: RTRV-SNCNE:SNC::CTAG.3.

■ UserLogin One of two values are possible: ■ ACT—An uplink session is active for this NE. ■ InService One of two values are possible: ■ ACT—The NETSMART 1500 EMS has an active connection to the NE. NETYPE This parameter identifies the type of NE (for example. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 3-21 . LOFF—No uplink session exists for this NE. N—Autonomous messages from this NE are not forwarded. FLASHWAVE® 4500 NE). AUTOMSG One of two values are possible: ■ Y—Autonomous messages from this NE are forwarded. Note: The response for each NE is represented by one output line. LOFF—The NETSMART 1500 EMS does not have an active connection to the NE.CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management TL1 Commands Successful Response Format (Normal) M SNC DATE TIME CTAG COMPLD “TID:NETYPE:AUTOMSG:UserLogin:InService” “TID:NETYPE:AUTOMSG:UserLogin:InService” “TID:NETYPE:AUTOMSG:UserLogin:InService”. ■ FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. Unsuccessful Response Format (Deny) M SID DATE TIME CTAG DENY Response Parameters TID TID is the target identifier of an NE that is currently available through NETSMART 1500 TL1 Uplink.

this command instructs the NETSMART 1500 EMS to output system attributes not associated with any particular NE. Successful Response Format (Normal) M SID DATE TIME CTAG COMPLD “::KEYWORD=DOMAIN” Unsuccessful Response Format (Deny) M SID DATE TIME CTAG DENY ERROR CODE /*ERROR TEXT*/ 3-22 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. 3-10]). Input Parameters TID ■ Target identifier of the NE (for a pass-through session) SNC (for an SNC session) ■ CTAG The CTAG (required parameter) is composed of one to six ASCII characters.4. 3-6]) or an SNC session (Section 3. For SNC sessions.CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management TL1 Commands 3.8 RTRV-SYS The RTRV-SYS (Retrieve System) command retrieves all system-level parameters for a pass-through TL1 session (Section 3. SNC Sessions [p. Example: RTRV-SYS:TID::CTAG. January 2007 .3.2. Pass-Through Sessions [p. Input Format RTRV-SYS:TID::CTAG.

. . . . . . . . . .8 SUBSECTION Menu Bar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5. . . . . . . . . Uplink Status Tab . . . . . . . . . . .5. . . . January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 3-23 . . . .5. . . . . . Uplink Configuration Tab. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-23]) has six tabs along the bottom that provide access to different parts of TL1 Uplink Management. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management TL1 Uplink Window 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Figure 3-1: TL1 Uplink Window FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. . . . . . . .5. . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . View Uplink Log Tab . . . . .5. Access Control List Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Toolbar . . . Alarm Filter Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 3. . . . . .5. . . . . . . . . .5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5. . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 TL1 Uplink Window This section includes the following subsections: NO. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3. . . . . . .1 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PAGE 3-24 3-28 3-29 3-35 3-40 3-45 3-49 3-52 The TL1 Uplink window (Figure 3-1 [p. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 3. . .7 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 3. . . . Login Management Tab .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Deselects the selected area for printing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Edit Menu Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chapter 7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chapter 7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Help Menu Descriptions . . Allows you to control what information is printed from the tabular view. . . . and the saved workspace is recreated. . . . 3-24] lists and describes the menu items available on the File menu. . . . . .CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management TL1 Uplink Window The Uplink Status tab is selected by default when TL1 Uplink Management is launched. . . . . Common Dialog Boxes and Operations. . . . . . . . . Displays the Print Preview screen. . This menu item is grayed out and unavailable when there is no data in the workspace. . . . This file is read on start-up. Print Preview Print Area Set Print Area Clear Print Area Save Current Workspace 3-24 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. . . . . . . . . PAGE 3-24 3-25 3-25 3-25 3-27 Table 3-2 [p. . Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . for help in viewing a preview of the printed image. . . This option is available only for tables. . . . . . . . Operations Menu Descriptions .1 Menu Bar This subsection includes the following tables: NO. 3. . . This option is available only for printing tables. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . January 2007 . Introduction. which allows you to print or save to file the displayed table. . . . Table 3-2: File Menu Description (1 of 2) Menu Items Close Print Description Closes the currently open screen Opens the Print dialog box. . . 3-2 3-3 3-4 3-5 3-6 TABLE File Menu Description. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Common Dialog Boxes and Operations. View Menu Descriptions . . . . Saves the current workspace to an external file. . . . . . Contains the following options: Allows you to select part of the table to be printed. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Refer to FNC-1500-0050-200. . . . . . . . . . . .5. . . . Refer to FNC-1500-0050-200. . . . for more information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Table 3-2: File Menu Description (2 of 2) Menu Items
Lock Screen Exit

Description
Locks the application screen. You must type your NETSMART 1500 password in the Unlock Screen dialog box to continue to use the application. Logs you out and shuts down the NETSMART 1500 Client application. Refer to FNC-1500-0050-200, Introduction, Section 4.8, Exit [p. 4-8], for more information.

Table 3-3 [p. 3-25] lists and describes the menu items available on the Edit menu.
Table 3-3: Edit Menu Descriptions Menu Item
Preferences Change Password

Description
Opens the User Preference dialog box. Refer to FNC-1500-0050-200, Introduction, Chapter 7, Common Dialog Boxes and Operations. Displays a dialog box where you can change your NETSMART 1500 password

Table 3-4 [p. 3-25] lists and describes the menu items available on the View menu.
Table 3-4: View Menu Descriptions Menu Item
ToolBar StatusBar

Description
When selected (✓), displays the NETSMART 1500 uplink toolbar When selected (✓), displays the NETSMART 1500 uplink status bar

Table 3-5 [p. 3-25] lists and describes the menu items available on the Operations menu.
Table 3-5: Operations Menu Descriptions (1 of 3) Menu Item Uplink Status Tab
Disconnect Uplink Disconnects selected uplinks, communication sessions, or TL1 sessions. Refer to the following sections for more information: Section 4.3.4, Disconnecting an Uplink [p. 4-17] Section 4.3.5, Disconnecting a Communication Session [p. 4-17] Section 4.3.6, Disconnecting a TL1 Session [p. 4-18]
■ ■ ■

Description

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Uplink Configurations Tab
Add Config Modify Config Launches the Add Uplink dialog box, which is used to create a new uplink. Refer to Section 4.3.1, Adding an Uplink [p. 4-11]. Launches the Modify Uplink dialog box, which is used to modify the selected uplink. This icon is only available if an uplink has been selected. Refer to Section 4.3.2, Modifying an Uplink [p. 4-14]. Deletes the selected uplink. This icon is only available if an uplink has been selected. Refer to Section 4.3.8, Deleting an Uplink [p. 4-21]. Launches the Modify Uplink Status dialog box, which is used to enable/disable the selected uplink or to enable/disable logging for the selected uplink. This icon is only available if an uplink has been selected. Refer to Section 4.3.7, Enabling/Disabling an Uplink [p. 4-19]. Launches the Uplink Details dialog box that displays dates and times when the uplink was created, last modified, and last connected to. This icon is only available if an uplink has been selected. Refer to Section 4.3.3, Viewing Uplink Details [p. 4-16].

Delete Config Uplink Status

Uplink Details

Login Management Tab
Add Login Modify Login Delete Login Login Status Alarm Filter ACL Used to create a new user account. Refer to Section 4.2.1, Adding an Uplink User/Logon [p. 4-3]. Used to modify attributes of the selected user account. Refer to Section 4.2.2, Modifying an Uplink User/Logon [p. 4-6]. Deletes the selected user account. Refer to Section 4.2.4, Deleting an Uplink User/Logon [p. 4-9]. Used to enable or disable a user account. Refer to Section 4.2.3, Enabling/Disabling a Uplink User/Logon [p. 4-8]. Used to associate an alarm filter with the selected user account. Refer to Section 4.5.2, Associating an Alarm Filter with an Uplink User [p. 4-32]. Used to associate an access control list (ACL) with the selected user account. Refer to Section 4.4.2, Associating an Access Control List with an Uplink User/Logon [p. 4-24].

Alarm Filters Tab
Add Filter Modify Filter Delete Filter Used to create a new alarm filter. Refer to Section 4.5.1, Adding an Alarm Filter [p. 4-29]. Used to modify attributes of the selected alarm filter. Refer to Section 4.5.3, Modifying an Alarm Filter [p. 4-34]. Deletes the selected alarm filter. Refer to Section 4.5.4, Deleting an Alarm Filter [p. 4-36].

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Access Control List Tab
Create ACL Clone ACL Delete ACL Used to create a new access control list. Refer to Section 4.4.1, Creating an Access Control List [p. 4-22]. Used to create a duplicate of the selected access control list. Refer to Section 4.4.3, Cloning an Access Control List [p. 4-25]. Deletes the selected access control list. Refer to Section 4.4.5, Deleting an Access Control List [p. 4-28].

View Uplink Log Tab
NA No menu items are available under the Operations menu if the View Uplink Log tab is selected.

The Applications menu provides access to the NETSMART 1500 management applications. Refer to FNC-1500-0050-200, Introduction, Section 2.3, NETSMART 1500 Applications Menu [p. 2-7], for application descriptions. Table 3-6 [p. 3-27] lists and describes the menu items available on the Help menu.
Table 3-6: Help Menu Descriptions Menu Item
NETSMART 1500 TL1 Uplink Management User Guide About NETSMART 1500

Description
Displays indexed general online help information about the NETSMART 1500 EMS (the online Users Guide) Displays indexed online help information specific to the uplink portion of the NETSMART 1500 EMS Displays the online help information specific to the NETSMART 1500 EMS Displays basic release and copyright information about the NETSMART 1500 EMS

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Toolbar
The toolbars are different for each Uplink tab. The toolbar for the Uplink Status tab is shown in Figure 3-2 [p. 3-28].

Figure 3-2: TL1 Uplink Toolbar

The icons for the different toolbars provide direct access to frequently used commands. The toolbar icons change depending on the Uplink tab selected. The Uplink toolbar icons are explained in Table 3-7 [p. 3-28].
Table 3-7: Uplink Toolbar Description Icon Description
Disconnects selected uplinks, communication sessions, or TL1 sessions. Refer to Section 4.2, Manage Users/Logons [p. 4-2].

Displays the NETSMART 1500 Print dialog box, which is used to print a displayed table. Refer to FNC-1500-0050-200, Introduction, Chapter 7, Common Dialog Boxes and Operations, for information about using this dialog box. Enables you to select order, display or hide, sort, and filter columns. Refer to FNC-1500-0050-200, Introduction, Chapter 7, Common Dialog Boxes and Operations, for information about using this dialog box.

Deselects any highlighted object. The icon is grayed out when no object is selected.

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. . . Table Area . . . . . . . . . . . . . Toolbar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-29]. . . . . . . . PAGE 3-30 3-30 3-31 3-31 After the Uplink Status tab is selected. . . . . . . . . . . . . . The table displays information related to the element selected in the tree. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Figure 3-3: Uplink Status Tab FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. . . .CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management TL1 Uplink Window 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tree Area .3 Uplink Status Tab This subsection includes the following items: ITEM Menu Bar. . . . . . . January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 3-29 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . the TL1 Uplink window displays a tree on the left and a table on the right as shown in Figure 3-3 [p. . . . . . . . . .

January 2007 . 3-30 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. communication sessions. Refer to FNC-1500-0050-200. Common Dialog Boxes and Operations. Toolbar Table 3-9 [p. sort. or TL1 sessions. Refer to FNC-1500-0050-200.1. 4-10]. Table 3-9: Toolbar Description (Uplink Status Tab) Icon Description Disconnects selected uplinks. for descriptions of these menus. Common Dialog Boxes and Operations. Table 3-8: Operations Menu Description (Uplink Status Tab) Menu Item Disconnect Uplink Description Disconnects selected uplinks. communication sessions. Chapter 7. Introduction. Table 3-8 [p. 3-24]. Menu Bar [p. and Help menus are common for all tabs of the TL1 Uplink window. 3-30] describes the menu items for the Operations menu. View. Displays the NETSMART 1500 Print dialog box. display or hide. Applications.5. Introduction.3. Manage Uplinks [p. for information about using this dialog box. Refer to Section 4. Enables you to select order. Chapter 7. Edit. 4-10]. Refer to Section 4. Deselects any highlighted object. The icon is grayed out when no object is selected. which is used to print a displayed table. 3-30] describes the toolbar icons available when the Uplink Status tab is selected. for information about using this dialog box.CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management TL1 Uplink Window Menu Bar Menu items available from the File. and filter columns.3. Manage Uplinks [p. or TL1 sessions. Refer to Section 3.

FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. Elements one level down from the root represents active TL1 uplinks.3. 3-31]. The table displays information related to the element selected in the tree as described in Section 3. the TL1 Uplink window displays a tree on the left and a table on the right. Each active uplink element can be expanded to show the communication sessions associated with it. 3-31].5. If logging is enabled for the uplink. subsection Table Area [p. These elements are labeled with the uplink name. The table displays information related to the element selected in the tree. an icon displays to the right of the uplink name. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 3-31 . the TL1 Uplink window displays a tree on the left and a table on the right as shown in Figure 3-4 [p. The number in brackets indicates the number of TL1 sessions currently active for the communication session. Table Area After the Uplink Status tab is selected. Figure 3-4: Tree Area of Uplink Status Tab The root of the tree is labeled Active Uplinks.CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management TL1 Uplink Window Tree Area After the Uplink Status tab is selected. These elements are labeled with the source IP address of the communication session.

Descriptive information about the uplink. The columns of this table are described in Table 3-10 [p. 3-32]. Spaces are allowed. The name can be up to 20 characters in length.CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management TL1 Uplink Window Active Uplinks Table If you select the root of the tree (Active Uplinks). 3-32]. Note: An active uplink is an uplink with at least one communication session. The description can be up to 100 characters in length. Figure 3-5: Active Uplinks Table Table 3-10: Active Uplinks Table Column Descriptions Column Uplink Name Description Source Address Source Address Mask Description Name assigned to the uplink. Source IP address for the uplink Source IP address mask for the uplink 3-32 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. the table on the right lists all active uplinks as shown in Figure 3-5 [p. January 2007 . Spaces are not allowed.

the table on the right displays the communication sessions associated with the chosen uplink.6. Figure 3-6: Communication Sessions Table Table 3-11: Communication Sessions Table Column Descriptions Column Comm Session ID Source Address Connect Time Description Numerical identifier for the communication session Source IP address for the communication session Time when the communication session began FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. If you select one of the active uplinks. 3-33]. refer to Section 4. as shown in Figure 3-6 [p. 3-33]. Manage Uplink Log [p. Note: If logging is currently enabled for the uplink.CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management TL1 Uplink Window Communication Sessions Table Tree elements directly under the root element (Active Uplinks) represent TL1 uplinks that are currently active. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 3-33 . The columns of this table are described in Table 3-11 [p. 4-37]. an icon is displayed to the right of the uplink. For more information on logging.

3-34]. as shown in Figure 3-7 [p. and TID identifies the NE the session is with. The columns of this table are described in Table 3-12 [p. 3-34]. Figure 3-7: TL1 Sessions Table Table 3-12: TL1 Sessions Table Column Descriptions Column TL1 Session ID TID Description Numerical identifier for the TL1 session Target identifier for the TL1 session Note: If TID is SNC. The number in brackets indicates the number of TL1 sessions currently active for the communication session. Otherwise. the TL1 session is a pass-through session. the TL1 session is an SNC session with the NETSMART 1500 EMS. If you select a communication session in the tree. January 2007 . 3-34]). User identifier for the TL1 session Time when the TL1 session began User ID Connect Time 3-34 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1.CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management TL1 Uplink Window TL1 Sessions Table Each active uplink in the tree can be expanded to show the communication sessions associated with it (Figure 3-7 [p. the table on the right lists all TL1 sessions associated with that communication session.

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Uplink Configuration Tab This subsection includes the following items: ITEM Menu Bar. Figure 3-8: Uplink Configuration Tab FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. . . . . . . . . . .CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management TL1 Uplink Window 3. . . . . . . .5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PAGE 3-36 3-37 3-38 When the Uplink Configuration tab is selected (Figure 3-8 [p. . . . . . . Toolbar. . . . . . . . . Table Area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 3-35 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . the TL1 Uplink window contains a table listing all uplinks (active and inactive) and their properties. . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-35]). . . . . . . . . . . . . .

and last connected to.7. View.8.1. last modified.3. Refer to Section 4. This icon is only available if an uplink has been selected. January 2007 . which is used to create a new uplink. Launches the Modify Uplink dialog box. 4-11]. 3-24]. Launches the Uplink Details dialog box. Table 3-13: Operations Menu Description (Uplink Configuration Tab) Menu Item Add Config Modify Config Description Launches the Add Uplink dialog box. Applications. Refer to Section 3. Edit. which is used to modify the selected uplink. Adding an Uplink [p. 4-16]. and Help menus are common for all tabs of the TL1 Uplink window. This icon is only available if an uplink has been selected.3.3. This icon is only available if an uplink has been selected. 4-14]. 4-19].3.3. Refer to Section 4. Menu Bar [p. Refer to Section 4.1. Enabling/Disabling an Uplink [p. Refer to Section 4. Deletes the selected uplink. 3-36] describes the menu items for the Operations menu. Launches the Modify Uplink Status dialog box. Table 3-13 [p. Viewing Uplink Details [p.2.3.CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management TL1 Uplink Window Menu Bar Menu items available from the File. for descriptions of these menus. Refer to Section 4. which can be used to enable/disable the selected uplink or enable/disable logging for the selected uplink.5. 4-21]. Modifying an Uplink [p. This icon is only available if an uplink has been selected. Delete Config Uplink Status Uplink Details 3-36 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. which displays dates and times when the uplink was created. Deleting an Uplink [p.

3-37] describes the toolbar icons available when the Uplink Configuration tab is selected. Table 3-14: Toolbar Description (Uplink Configuration Tab) Icon Description Launches the Add Uplink dialog box. which is used to modify the selected uplink. Refer to Section 4. sort.7. which is used to create a new uplink. Adding an Uplink [p. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 3-37 . Common Dialog Boxes and Operations. display or hide. Refer to FNC-1500-0050-200. Refer to Section 4.CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management TL1 Uplink Window Toolbar Table 3-14 [p. Chapter 7. and last connected to. Launches the Uplink Details dialog box. Refer to Section 4. Introduction. The icon is grayed out when no object is selected. for information about using this dialog box. This icon is only available if an uplink has been selected. Enabling/Disabling an Uplink [p. FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. Chapter 7. and filter columns. Modifying an Uplink [p.8.3. Common Dialog Boxes and Operations. which is used to print a displayed table.3. This icon is only available if an uplink has been selected. for information about using this dialog box. Displays the NETSMART 1500 Print dialog box. last modified.2.3. which displays dates and times when the uplink was created. 4-16]. which can be used to enable/disable the selected uplink or enable/disable logging for the selected uplink.3. Launches the Modify Uplink Status dialog box. Deselects any highlighted object. Refer to FNC-1500-0050-200. This icon is only available if an uplink has been selected. 4-21]. Viewing Uplink Details [p. This icon is only available if an uplink has been selected. Refer to Section 4.1. Enables you to select order. Deletes the selected uplink. Refer to Section 4. 4-14]. Deleting an Uplink [p. 4-19].3. 4-11].3. Introduction. Launches the Modify Uplink dialog box.

A description (up to 100 characters in length) of the TL1 uplink Note: If the description is too long to fit in the Description column. the TL1 Uplink window contains a table listing all uplinks (active and inactive) and their properties. The uplink name is used solely for administrative purposes within the NETSMART 1500 EMS. The columns of this table are described in Table 3-15 [p. Figure 3-9: Uplink Configuration Tab Table 3-15: Uplink Configuration Tab Column Descriptions (1 of 2) Column Uplink Name Description A unique name (up to 20 characters in length) given to the uplink to distinguish it from other uplinks.255) permits only the Source Address to connect.CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management TL1 Uplink Window Table Area When the Uplink Configuration tab is selected (Figure 3-9 [p. Maximum number of communication sessions allowed at one time (default is 10) Description Source Address Source Mask Max Comm Sessions 3-38 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. IP address of the outside system(s) that the uplink allows connection from The IP address mask is used to permit multiple IP addresses to connect through the uplink. The default mask (255.255. 3-38].255. it will appear if the tool tip is placed over the field. January 2007 . 3-38]).

January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 3-39 .CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management TL1 Uplink Window Table 3-15: Uplink Configuration Tab Column Descriptions (2 of 2) Column Status Description Current administrative status of the TL1 uplink: true—Uplink is enabled. ■ ■ Log Status Current status of logging for the TL1 uplink: true—Uplink logging is enabled. ■ ■ FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. false—Uplink is disabled. false—Uplink logging is disabled.

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-40]). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Table Area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . the TL1 Uplink window contains a table listing all uplink user accounts and their properties. Figure 3-10: Login Management Tab 3-40 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1.CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management TL1 Uplink Window 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5. . . . . . . . . January 2007 . . . . . . . . Toolbar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Login Management Tab This subsection includes the following items: ITEM Menu Bar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PAGE 3-41 3-41 3-43 When the Login Management tab is selected (Figure 3-10 [p. . .

3-41] describes the toolbar icons available when the Login Management tab is selected. Used to modify attributes of the selected user account. FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. Refer to Section 4. Refer to Section 4. Deleting an Uplink User/Logon [p. 4-3]. Toolbar Table 3-17 [p. Refer to Section 3. Used to enable or disable a user account. Edit. 4-6].5. 4-3].5. Table 3-16: Operations Menu Description (Login Management Tab) Menu Item Add Login Modify Login Delete Login Login Status Alarm Filter ACL Description Used to create a new user account.4. Deletes the selected user account. 4-9].2. 3-24]. Refer to Section 4. Associating an Alarm Filter with an Uplink User [p. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 3-41 .2.CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management TL1 Uplink Window Menu Bar Menu items available from the File. Associating an Access Control List with an Uplink User/Logon [p. 4-24]. Refer to Section 4.2. Used to modify attributes of the selected user account.2. Refer to Section 4. Applications. Used to associate an access control list (ACL) with the selected user account.3.1. 4-8]. Table 3-16 [p.2. 3-41] describes the menu items for the Operations menu. 4-6]. and Help menus are common for all tabs of the TL1 Uplink window. Adding an Uplink User/Logon [p. Modifying an Uplink User/Logon [p. View. Menu Bar [p. Refer to Section 4. for descriptions of these menus. Modifying an Uplink User/Logon [p. 4-32].1.2. Refer to Section 4. Adding an Uplink User/Logon [p.2.1. Used to associate an alarm filter with the selected user account.4. Table 3-17: Toolbar Description (Login Management Tab) (1 of 2) Icon Description Used to create a new user account. Refer to Section 4. Enabling/Disabling a Uplink User/Logon [p.2.2.2.

4-8]. Common Dialog Boxes and Operations. display or hide. Chapter 7. Refer to Section 4. Refer to FNC-1500-0050-200. 3-42 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1.2. Introduction. and filter columns. Deleting an Uplink User/Logon [p.2.5. 4-9]. Used to associate an access control list (ACL) with the selected user account.4. 4-24]. Used to associate an alarm filter with the selected user account.CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management TL1 Uplink Window Table 3-17: Toolbar Description (Login Management Tab) (2 of 2) Icon Description Deletes the selected user account.3. Refer to Section 4. for information about using this dialog box. Enables you to select order.4. Associating an Alarm Filter with an Uplink User [p. Deselects any highlighted object. Enabling/Disabling a Uplink User/Logon [p. Associating an Access Control List with an Uplink User/Logon [p. Introduction. Chapter 7. January 2007 . Used to enable or disable a user account. Refer to Section 4. Common Dialog Boxes and Operations. sort. Displays the NETSMART 1500 Print dialog box. which is used to print a displayed table.2. Refer to FNC-1500-0050-200. Refer to Section 4. The icon is grayed out when no object is selected. for information about using this dialog box.2. 4-32].

3-43]). FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 3-43 . The user ID can be up to 20 characters in length. Spaces are allowed. The columns of this table are described in Table 3-18 [p. the TL1 Uplink window contains a table listing all uplink user accounts and their properties.CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management TL1 Uplink Window Table Area When the Login Management tab is selected (Figure 3-11 [p. The description can be up to 100 characters in length. Spaces are not allowed. Indicates whether autonomous NE messages are reported to the user: true—Message reporting is enabled. 3-43]. Figure 3-11: Login Management Tab Table 3-18: Login Management Tab Description (1 of 2) Field/Control User ID Description ALW-MSG-ALL Description User identifier for the account. Descriptive information about the user. false—Message reporting is disabled. ■ ■ Note: Applies to TL1 pass-through sessions only.

■ ■ Alarm Filter ACL Admin Status Name of the TL1 uplink alarm filter applied to the user (if any) Name of the access control list (ACL) applied to the user (if any) The current status of the user account: true—User account is enabled.CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management TL1 Uplink Window Table 3-18: Login Management Tab Description (2 of 2) Field/Control ALW-SNCMSG Description Indicates whether autonomous NETSMART 1500 messages are reported to the user: true—Message reporting is enabled. false—User account is disabled. Send Comm Loss Msg Indicates whether communications loss messages (indicating loss of communication with an NE) are reported to the user: true—Communications loss with the NE is reported. January 2007 . ■ ■ 3-44 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. false—Communications loss with the NE is not reported. ■ ■ Note: Applies to SNC sessions only. false—Message reporting is disabled.

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Alarm Filter Tab
This subsection includes the following items:
ITEM Menu Bar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Toolbar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tree and List Area. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PAGE 3-46 3-46 3-47

When the Alarm Filters tab is selected, the TL1 Uplink window opens as shown in Figure 3-12 [p. 3-45].

Figure 3-12: Alarm Filters Tab

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Menu Bar
Menu items available from the File, Edit, View, Applications, and Help menus are common for all tabs of the TL1 Uplink window. Refer to Section 3.5.1, Menu Bar [p. 3-24], for descriptions of these menus. Table 3-19 [p. 3-46] describes the menu items for the Operations menu.
Table 3-19: Operations Menu Descriptions Menu Item
Add Filter Modify Filter Delete Filter

Description
Used to create a new alarm filter. Refer to Section 4.5.1, Adding an Alarm Filter [p. 4-29]. Used to modify attributes of the selected alarm filter. Refer to Section 4.5.3, Modifying an Alarm Filter [p. 4-34]. Deletes the selected alarm filter. Refer to Section 4.5.4, Deleting an Alarm Filter [p. 4-36].

Toolbar
Table 3-20 [p. 3-46] describes the toolbar icons available when the Alarm Filters tab is selected.
Table 3-20: Alarm Filters Toolbar Icons Icon Description
Used to create a new alarm filter. Refer to Section 4.5.1, Adding an Alarm Filter [p. 4-29].

Used to modify attributes of the selected alarm filter. Refer to Section 4.5.3, Modifying an Alarm Filter [p. 4-34].

Deletes the selected alarm filter. Refer to Section 4.5.4, Deleting an Alarm Filter [p. 4-36].

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Tree and List Area
After you select the Alarm Filters tab, the left side of the TL1 Uplink window displays a tree (Figure 3-12 [p. 3-45]) showing currently available filters. The right side shows five lists (TID, AID Type, Condition, Severity, and Service Affecting) that list the alarm message parameters associated with the selected filter. NEs report alarm messages in the following format:
TID DATE TIME ALMCDE ATAG REPT ALM AIDTYPE “AID:NTFCNCDE,CONDTYPE,SRVEFF,,,LOCN,DIRN:CONDDESCR"

Example:
FLASHWAVE7500 02-09-23 20:43:44 *C 000079 REPT ALM OC48 "OS2-OCN-1:CR,LOF,SA,,,NEND,RCV:\"Loss Of Frame\”"

The five lists in the Alarm Filters tab correspond to alarm message parameters as shown in Table 3-21 [p. 3-47].
Table 3-21: Alarm Filters List versus Alarm Message Parameter List Title
TID AID Type Condition Severity Service Affecting

Alarm Message Parameter
TID AIDTYPE CONDTYPE NTFCNCDE SRVEFF

The filter passes an alarm message only if each parameter (TID, AIDTYPE, CONDTYPE, NTFCNCDE, and SRVEFF) in the alarm message matches one of the values listed in the Alarm Filter tab (under TID, AID Type, Condition, Severity, or Service Affecting, respectively).

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CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management TL1 Uplink Window Table 3-22 [p. which indicates the severity of the alarmed standing condition being reported. Example: RMVD Corresponds to alarm message parameter NTFCNCDE. 3-45]). Valid values: CR = Critical MJ = Major MN = Minor AID Type Condition Severity ■ ■ ■ Service Affecting Corresponds to alarm message parameter SRVEFF. which identifies the particular NE that is reporting the alarm. which indicates the type of fault. which indicates whether the alarm is service affecting 3-48 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. Example: FUJITSU Corresponds to alarm message parameter AIDTYPE. which specifies whether the AID applies to equipment. Each target identifier (TID) is composed of 7 to 20 alphanumeric characters (including hyphens). facilities. Example: EQPT Corresponds to alarm message parameter CONDTYPE. January 2007 . and so on. Table 3-22: Alarm Filter List Descriptions List TID Description Corresponds to alarm message parameter TID (target identifier). 3-48] describes the parameter lists for the Alarm Filters tab view (Figure 3-12 [p.

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PAGE 3-50 3-50 3-51 When the Access Control List tab is selected. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management TL1 Uplink Window 3. . . . . . . . Figure 3-13: Access Control List Tab FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Toolbar. . . . . . 3-49]. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tree and Display Area. .5. . January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 3-49 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . the TL1 Uplink window opens as shown in Figure 3-13 [p. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Access Control List Tab This subsection includes the following items: ITEM Menu Bar. . . . . . . . . .

and Help menus are common for all tabs of the TL1 Uplink window. Applications.5. Refer to Section 3.3. Refer to Section 4. Edit.1. 4-22]. January 2007 . Refer to Section 4. Refer to Section 4.3. Toolbar Table 3-24 [p. Deleting an Access Control List [p. Cloning an Access Control List [p. 4-25].4. Menu Bar [p.CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management TL1 Uplink Window Menu Bar Menu items available from the File.5. Table 3-23 [p.4. 4-28]. 3-50] describes the toolbar icons available when the Access Control List tab is selected.1. Creating an Access Control List [p.5. 3-24]. Refer to Section 4. 4-25]. View.1. Table 3-24: ACL Toolbar Icon Descriptions Icon Description Used to create a new access control list. 3-50] describes the menu items for the Operations menu. Refer to Section 4. 4-22].4. Refer to Section 4. Table 3-23: Operations Menu Descriptions Menu Item Create ACL Clone ACL Delete ACL Description Used to create a new access control list. Deletes the selected access control list. Deleting an Access Control List [p. Used to create a duplicate of the selected access control list.4. Deletes the selected access control list. Used to create a duplicate of the selected access control list. 4-28]. 3-50 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1.4. Cloning an Access Control List [p. for descriptions of these menus.4. Creating an Access Control List [p.

This button is only available if an item is selected in the Contents of Access Control List. 3-51] describes the fields and controls for the Access Control List tab. FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. Table 3-25 [p. the left side of the TL1 Uplink window displays a tree (see Figure 3-13 [p. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 3-51 . 3-49]) of currently available ACLs. Table 3-25: Access Control List Tab Description Field/Control Access Control Lists Contents of Access Control List Add command to list: Add Delete Selected Items Description Tree of available ACLs List of TL1 commands associated with the ACL selected in the tree Text box to type a TL1 command that you want to add to the ACL Adds the TL1 command typed in the Add command to list text box to the ACL Deletes the TL1 command(s) selected in the Contents of Access Control List area from the ACL. The right side also provides tools to modify (add/delete) TL1 commands in the selected ACL. The right side lists the TL1 commands associated with the ACL that is currently selected in the tree.CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management TL1 Uplink Window Tree and Display Area After you select the Access Control List tab.

. . . . . . . . . . . . PAGE 3-53 3-53 3-54 When the View Uplink Log tab is selected. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Toolbar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-54] describes the fields and controls for the View Uplink Log tab view. . . . . . . January 2007 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management TL1 Uplink Window 3. . . . . . Figure 3-14: View Uplink Log Tab 3-52 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1.8 View Uplink Log Tab This subsection includes the following items: ITEM Menu Bar. . . . . . . . 3-52]). . Table Area . . the TL1 Uplink Management window opens and displays a table listing TL1 uplink activity (Figure 3-14 [p. . Table 3-27 [p. . . . . .5. . . . . . .

Refer to FNC-1500-0050-200. Refer to FNC-1500-0050-200. and filter columns. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 3-53 . Introduction. Table 3-26: View Uplink Log Toolbar Icon Descriptions Icon Description Displays the NETSMART 1500 Print dialog box. Chapter 7. Common Dialog Boxes and Operations. Introduction. View. Refer to FNC-1500-0050-200. sort. Chapter 7. display or hide. for information about using this dialog box.1. Menu Bar [p. Edit. for information about using this dialog box. 3-24]. Toolbar Table 3-26 [p. Refer to Section 3. The icon is grayed out when no object is selected. Opens the Import Report Configuration dialog box that allows you to import report configurations from a public directory located on the NETSMART 1500 server. Refer to FNC-1500-0050-200. Common Dialog Boxes and Operations. Enables you to select order. Introduction. Opens the Save Report Configuration dialog box that allows you to change or save your report configuration in the NETSMART 1500 database. for descriptions of these menus. for information about using this dialog box. and Help menus are common for all tabs of the TL1 Uplink window.CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management TL1 Uplink Window Menu Bar Menu items available from the File. for information about using this dialog box. Introduction. FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. Chapter 7. The Operations menu is greyed out when the View Uplink Log tab is selected. Refreshes the screen display with the most recent log information. Common Dialog Boxes and Operations. Chapter 7. Deselects any highlighted object.5. Use this dialog box to print the displayed table. 3-53] describes the toolbar icons available when the View Uplink Log tab is selected. Common Dialog Boxes and Operations.

the TL1 session is a pass-through session and NE ID identifies the NE the session is with. 3-52]). the TL1 Uplink Management window opens and displays a table listing TL1 uplink activity (Figure 3-14 [p. Otherwise.CHAPTER 3 TL1 Uplink Management TL1 Uplink Window Table Area When the View Uplink Log tab is selected. Table 3-27: View Uplink Log Description Field/Control Uplink Name NE ID Description Name of uplink over which the TL1 message is sent Target identifier (TID) for the TL1 session Note: If NE ID is SNC. January 2007 . 3-54]. Type of TL1 command: Command Response Autonomous message ■ ■ ■ TL1 Type TL1 Message Time Stamp User ID Full TL1 message Date and time the message was sent or received User identifier for the TL1 uplink user account that the TL1 message is sent to or received from 3-54 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. the TL1 session is an SNC session with the NETSMART 1500 EMS. The columns of this table are described in Table 3-27 [p.

. . . . . .1 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2 4-2 4-10 4-22 4-29 4-37 TL1 UPLINK ADMINISTRATION This chapter includes the following procedures: NO. . .6 Overview . . Manage Alarm Filters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Manage Users/Logons . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 CHAPTERS/APPENDIXES 1 Introduction 2 EML-NML Interface 3 TL1 Uplink Management ➤ 4 TL1 Uplink Administration 5 SNMP Uplink Management A TL1 Uplink Customization 4. . . . . . . . . . . Manage ACLs . .4 4. . . Manage Uplink Log. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Manage Uplinks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PROCEDURE PAGE FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1.2 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . . . . . .4. . . . . . . TL1 uplinks. . . . . . . PAGE 4-3 4-6 4-8 4-9 Note: To associate an ACL with an uplink user/logon. . . Deleting an Uplink User/Logon.2. . 4-24]. . . . . . . . . . access control lists (ACLs). . . . . . .2. . . . . .4 SUBPROCEDURE Adding an Uplink User/Logon . . . . . Associating an Access Control List with an Uplink User/Logon [p. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 4. .CHAPTER 4 TL1 Uplink Administration Overview 4. Note: To associate an alarm filter with an uplink user/logon. . . . . refer to Section 4. . . . 4. . . . . . . . . . . 4-32]. . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Manage Users/Logons This procedure includes the following subprocedures: NO. .2. . . Modifying an Uplink User/Logon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . alarm filters. . . . . . . . . . . . .2. . refer to Section 4. . . .2. . . January 2007 .1 Overview This chapter provides information and procedures for managing uplink users and logons.1 4. . . . 4-2 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5. . . . . and the Uplink Log. . .2. Enabling/Disabling a Uplink User/Logon. . . . . . . . .3 4. . . . . . Associating an Alarm Filter with an Uplink User [p. . . 4. . . . . .

Password for the user. Table 4-1: Add Login Dialog Box Description (1 of 2) Field/Control User ID Password Description Description User name for the user. An entry in this field is mandatory. The description can be up to 100 characters in length. Figure 4-1: Add Login Dialog Box Table 4-1 [p. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 4-3 . Descriptive information about the user. The User ID can be up to 20 characters in length. An entry in this field is mandatory. Spaces ar not allowed. Spaces are allowed.CHAPTER 4 TL1 Uplink Administration Manage Users/Logons 4. 4-3] describes the fields and controls for the Add Login dialog box.1 Adding an Uplink User/Logon The Add Login dialog box (Figure 4-1 [p. Spaces ar not allowed. FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. 4-3]) is used to add a new TL1 uplink user to the uplink system.2. The password can be up to 20 characters in length.

Choose whether autonomous NETSMART® 1500 messages are reported to the user: ALW-SNCMSG—Allow autonomous NETSMART 1500 messages to be reported to the user. Choose whether loss of communication to the NE is reported to the user: Send Comm Loss Message—Report communication loss to the user. The user can override this option by sending the appropriate TL1 command (ALW-SNCMSG or INH-SNCMSG) during the SNC session. Note: This option applies to SNC sessions only. Pass-through TL1 sessions are not affected. Click Cancel to exit from this dialog box without making any changes. Click Apply to accept any changes. INH-MSG-ALL—Inhibit autonomous NE messages from being reported to the user. Drop-down list of available alarm filters that can be associated with the user Drop-down list of available ACLs that can be associated with the user. Click Ok to accept any changes and close the dialog box. January 2007 . NETSMART 1500 (SNC) Login Information Send Comm Loss Message Select an Alarm Filter Template Select an Access Control List Administrative Status Ok Apply Cancel Help 4-4 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. The user can override this option by sending the appropriate TL1 command (ALW-MSG-ALL or INH-MSG-ALL) during the pass-through session. DISABLED—User account is disabled.CHAPTER 4 TL1 Uplink Administration Manage Users/Logons Table 4-1: Add Login Dialog Box Description (2 of 2) Field/Control NE Login Information Description Choose whether autonomous NE messages are reported to the user: ALW-MSG-ALL—Allow autonomous NE messages to be reported to the user. SNC sessions are not affected. but leave the dialog box open. Inhibit Comm Loss Message—Do not report communication loss to the user. Set the current status of the user account: ENABLED—User account is enabled. Note: This option applies to pass-through TL1 sessions only. Click Help to display context-sensitive online help information related to using this dialog box. INH-SNCMSG—Inhibit autonomous NETSMART 1500 messages from being reported to the user.

select ALW-SNCMSG if you want autonomous NETSMART 1500 messages to be reported to the user. Click the Add Login icon on the toolbar. b. Spaces are allowed. select ALW-MSG-ALL if you want autonomous NE messages reported to the user. 6 In the NETSMART 1500 (SNC) Login area of the dialog box. In the Password field. Spaces are not allowed. Spaces are not allowed. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 4-5 . Otherwise. select INH-SNCMSG. 5 In the NE Login Information area of the dialog box. Note: This option applies to pass-through TL1 sessions only. 4-3]). or select Add Login from the Operations menu. Pass-through TL1 sessions are not affected. select it from the Select an Alarm Filter Template drop-down list. In the Description field. The user can override this option by sending the appropriate TL1 command (ALW-MSG-ALL or INH-MSG-ALL) during the pass-through session. enter a description (up to 100 characters) for this new user. The user can override this option by sending the appropriate TL1 command (ALW-SNCMSG or INH-SNCMSG) during the SNC session. select Send Comm Loss Message if you want the user to be notified when the NETSMART 1500 Element Management System (EMS) experiences loss of communication to the NE. enter the password (up to 20 characters) for the new user. select INH-MSG-ALL. c. Otherwise. The Add Login dialog box opens (Figure 4-1 [p. 2 3 4 In the User Information area. enter the user name (up to 20 characters) for the new user. SNC sessions are not affected. 8 FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. This field is mandatory. 7 In the Send Comm Loss Message area. In the User ID field. launch TL1 Uplink Management by selecting Applications > Communication > TL1 Uplink Management from any NETSMART 1500 management application. This field is optional. This field is mandatory. Note: This option applies to SNC sessions only. select the Inhibit Comm Loss Message. select the Login Management tab. If necessary. do the following: a.CHAPTER 4 TL1 Uplink Administration Manage Users/Logons Add a new user to the TL1 uplink system as follows: Step 1 Task If necessary. If you wish to associate an alarm filter with the user. Otherwise.

10 11 4.2 Modifying an Uplink User/Logon The Modify Login dialog box (Figure 4-2 [p.2. Otherwise. fields are populated with current data for the selected user. select DISABLED. 4-6]) is used to modify parameters associated with a TL1 uplink user. January 2007 . Figure 4-2: Modify Login Dialog Box 4-6 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. The new user is created. However. 4-3]). The fields and controls of this dialog box are identical to those of the Add Login dialog box (refer to Table 4-1 [p.CHAPTER 4 TL1 Uplink Administration Manage Users/Logons 9 If you wish to associate an ACL with the user. Click Ok. In the Administrative Status area. select ENABLED if you want the account to be enabled when it is created. when it opens. All values except User ID can be modified. select it from the Select an Access Control List drop-down list.

6 In the NE Login Information area of the dialog box. no spaces). 2 3 Select the TL1 uplink user you want to modify by clicking the appropriate button on the left side of the table. To change the password. A table opens listing all TL1 uplink user accounts and properties. The description can be up to 100 characters. do the following: Note: The user name in the User ID field cannot be modified. select INH-MSG-ALL. type over the value in the Password field (up to 20 characters. select the Login Management tab. The user can override this option by sending the appropriate TL1 command (ALW-MSG-ALL or INH-MSG-ALL) during the pass-through session. or select Modify Login from the Operations menu. Note: This option applies to pass-through TL1 sessions only. If necessary. launch TL1 Uplink Management by selecting Applications > Communication > TL1 Uplink Management from any NETSMART 1500 management application. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 4-7 . 4-3] for a description of the Modify Login dialog box. b. Spaces are allowed in the description. If you want to change the description. Select the Modify Login icon on the toolbar. The description is for your own reference. FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. 4 5 In the User Information area. The Modify Login dialog box opens (Figure 4-2 [p. Note: For some Fujitsu NEs.CHAPTER 4 TL1 Uplink Administration Manage Users/Logons Modify parameters of a TL1 uplink user as follows: Step 1 Task If necessary. Refer to Table 4-1 [p. SNC sessions are not affected. the password cannot contain the user ID in its entirety. select ALW-MSG-ALL if you want autonomous NE messages reported to the user. 4-6]). a. Otherwise. type over the value in the Description field.

select ENABLED if you want the account to be enabled when it is created. January 2007 . Pass-through TL1 sessions are not affected.CHAPTER 4 TL1 Uplink Administration Manage Users/Logons 7 In the NETSMART 1500 (SNC) Login area of the dialog box. In the Administrative Status area. Note: If the user is currently logged on. If necessary. select INH-SNCMSG. Click Yes to confirm. If you wish to associate an alarm filter with the user. Click Ok. select ALW-SNCMSG if you want autonomous NETSMART 1500 messages to be reported to the user.2. launch TL1 Uplink Management by selecting Applications > Communication > TL1 Uplink Management from any NETSMART 1500 management application. select the Inhibit Comm Loss Message. A table opens listing all TL1 uplink users and user account properties. 9 10 11 12 4. if you want the user to be notified when the NETSMART 1500 EMS experiences loss of communication to the NE. a dialog box displays a message stating that changes take effect at the next logon. select it from the Select an Access Control List drop-down list. Otherwise. The user can override this option by sending the appropriate TL1 command (ALW-SNCMSG or INH-SNCMSG) during the SNC session. Otherwise. Activate or deactivate a TL1 uplink user as follows: Step 1 Task If necessary.3 Enabling/Disabling a Uplink User/Logon This operation temporarily activates or deactivates a specific TL1 uplink user but does not delete them from the system. 8 In the Send Comm Loss Message area. select it from the Select an Alarm Filter Template drop-down list. Otherwise. Note: This option applies to SNC sessions only. 2 4-8 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. select DISABLED. select Send Comm Loss Message. The user parameters are modified. select the Login Management tab. If you wish to associate an ACL with the user.

Click Ok. or select Delete Login from the Operations menu. The Modify Login Status dialog box opens (Figure 4-3 [p. Figure 4-3: Modify Login Status Dialog Box 5 6 Select ENABLED or DISABLED.2. 4-9]). Note: If you want to select more than one user.CHAPTER 4 TL1 Uplink Administration Manage Users/Logons 3 Select the TL1 uplink user you want to activate or deactivate by clicking the appropriate button on the left side of the table. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 4-9 . or select Login Status from the Operations menu. If necessary. launch TL1 Uplink Management by selecting Applications > Communication > TL1 Uplink Management from any NETSMART 1500 management application. Delete a TL1 uplink user as follows: Step 1 Task If necessary.4 Deleting an Uplink User/Logon Deleting removes the selected TL1 uplink user from the system. hold down the SHIFT key and click on the desired rows to select a contiguous set of users. The delete user Confirm Deletion dialog box opens. 4 FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. Hold down the CTRL key and click on the desired rows to select a noncontiguous set of users. A table opens listing all TL1 uplink users and user account properties. 2 3 Select the TL1 uplink user you want to delete by clicking the appropriate button on the left side of the table. 4. select the Login Management tab. 4 Click the Login Status icon on the toolbar. Click the Delete Login icon on the toolbar.

. . . . . Deleting an Uplink . . . . . . . .3. . Disconnecting a Communication Session . .4 4. . . . . . PAGE 4-11 4-14 4-16 4-17 4-17 4-18 4-19 4-21 4-10 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. . . . . . . . . . . . .2 4.3 Manage Uplinks This section includes the following subsections: NO. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . There is no undo function. . . . . . . . . . . . .7 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 4. . . . . . .3. . .3. . . . . 4. . . . . 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Viewing Uplink Details . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Click Yes to delete the uplink user and close the dialog box. . . . . . . . .3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Disconnecting an Uplink . . . . .3 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3. . . . . . . . . . . . .CHAPTER 4 TL1 Uplink Administration Manage Uplinks CAUTION: Make sure you want to delete the user before clicking Yes. . . . . . . . . January 2007 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 SUBSECTION Adding an Uplink . . . . . . . . . .3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Disconnecting a TL1 Session .3. . . . . . . Enabling/Disabling an Uplink . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Modifying an Uplink . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Description Max Comm Sessions Source IP Address Use Host Name FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. A description (up to 100 characters in length) of the TL1 uplink Maximum number of communication sessions allowed at one time (default is 10) IP address of the outside system that the uplink allows connection from Note: If you select Use Host Name and enter a valid host name.CHAPTER 4 TL1 Uplink Administration Manage Uplinks 4. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 4-11 . Table 4-2: Add Uplink Dialog Box Description (1 of 2) Field/Control Name Description A unique name (up to 20 characters in length) given to the uplink to distinguish it from other uplinks The uplink name is used solely for administrative purposes within the NETSMART 1500 EMS. 4-11] describes the fields and controls for the Add Uplink dialog box. this field is automatically populated.3. This is a mandatory entry. Select this check box if you wish to specify the outside system (that is to connect through the uplink) by host name. Then type the host name in the text entry area.1 Adding an Uplink The Add Uplink dialog box (Figure 4-4 [p. 4-11]) allows you to create a TL1 uplink. Figure 4-4: Add Uplink Dialog Box Table 4-2 [p.

Click Cancel to exit from this dialog box without making any changes. For more information. select the Uplink Configuration tab. TCP/IP Connection [p. Click the Add Uplink icon on the toolbar.255.1.255. select the Allow Address Mask check box. and then enter the address mask (other than 255. 4-11]). 2 3 4-12 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. Click Ok to accept any changes and close the dialog box. or select Add Uplink from the Operations menu. Logging status of the user account: Enabled—Logging is enabled for the uplink.255) in the text entry area. Disabled—Uplink is disabled.2. The Add Uplink dialog box opens (Figure 4-4 [p. launch TL1 Uplink Management by selecting Applications > Communication > TL1 Uplink Management from any NETSMART 1500 management application. Click Help to display context-sensitive online help information related to using this dialog box. Click Apply to accept any changes but leave the dialog box open. 3-4]. refer to Section 3.255.255) allows only the address specified in Source IP Address to connect to the uplink.CHAPTER 4 TL1 Uplink Administration Manage Uplinks Table 4-2: Add Uplink Dialog Box Description (2 of 2) Field/Control Allow Address Mask Description The default IP address mask (255. Status Logging Status Ok Apply Cancel Help Create a TL1 uplink as follows: Step 1 Task If necessary.255. Administrative status of the uplink: Enabled—Uplink is enabled. Disabled—Logging is disabled for the uplink. January 2007 . If necessary. To permit multiple IP addresses to connect through the uplink.

CHAPTER 4 TL1 Uplink Administration Manage Uplinks 4 In the Uplink Information area. to change the current logging status of this connection. Spaces are allowed. Click Ok to create the uplink. c. OR Select the Use Host Name check box. Note: The NETSMART 1500 EMS allows up to 40 uplinks to be defined.255. enter a meaningful name (up to 20 characters) for the TL1 uplink.2. refer to Section 3. and type a valid host name in the text entry area. The uplink must be administratively enabled to establish a communication session through it. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 4-13 . The default value is Disabled. Enabled or Disabled. Click Yes to continue. The default value is Disabled (no logging).255. 3-4]. If you want to change the maximum number of communication sessions allowed at one time (default is 10). For more information. TCP/IP Connection [p. Spaces are not allowed. This can be any description because it is for your own reference. 8 In the Logging Status area. Enabled or Disabled. the IP address for the found host name displays in an IP Address Found dialog box.255) in the text entry field. enter a description (up to 100 characters) for the TL1 uplink. identify the outside system (that is to connect through the uplink) by source IP address or host name as follows: Enter the IP address of the outside system in the Source IP Address field. select the Allow Address Mask check box. and type a valid IP address mask (other than 255. to select the administrative status of the uplink. 5 In the Source Address Information area. click one of the radio buttons.255) allows only the address specified in the Source IP Address field to connect to the uplink. 6 If you want to permit multiple IP addresses to connect through the uplink. click one of the radio buttons. 9 FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1.255. only 20 configurations can be administratively enabled at one time. b. type over the default value in the Max Instance Count field.255.1. Note: The default IP address mask (255. 7 In the Status area. In the Description field. In the Name field. do the following: a. However. Note: If you checked the Use Host Name check box and entered a valid host name.

3. A table opens listing all uplinks and their properties. 4-14]) is used to modify an existing uplink. 4-19]. If necessary.2 Modifying an Uplink The Modify Uplink dialog box (Figure 4-5 [p.7.CHAPTER 4 TL1 Uplink Administration Manage Uplinks 4. Enabling/Disabling an Uplink [p. Note: An uplink must be disabled before it can be modified.3. Figure 4-5: Modify Uplink Dialog Box Modify an uplink as follows: Step 1 Task If necessary. 4-14 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1.7. locate the uplink you want to modify and verify that its Status attribute is false. January 2007 . All uplink attributes can be modified except the uplink name. Refer to Section 4. 2 3 In the table. indicating that the uplink is currently disabled. 4-19]. Note: An uplink must be disabled before it can be modified. all the fields contain current configuration information. Refer to Section 4. launch TL1 Uplink Management by selecting Applications > Communication > TL1 Uplink Management from any NETSMART 1500 management application. select the Uplink Configuration tab. Enabling/Disabling an Uplink [p. to disable an uplink.3. When the dialog box opens. to disable an uplink.

do the following: a. 4-14]). to select the administrative status of the uplink. 9 In the Status area. The Modify Uplink dialog box opens. Click the Modify Config icon on the toolbar. only 20 configurations can be administratively enabled at one time. click one of the radio buttons. For more information. 7 If you want to change the source IP address. TCP/IP Connection [p. Note: The default IP address mask (255. Click Yes to continue.2. the IP Address Found dialog box opens. and type a valid IP address mask (other than 255. The default value is Disabled. refer to Section 3. The uplink must be administratively enabled to establish a communication session through it. If you want to change the maximum number of communication sessions allowed at one time (default is 10).255) in the text entry field. type over the value in the Description field.255. Enabled or Disabled. or select Modify Config from the Operations menu. displaying the current settings of the disabled uplink (Figure 4-5 [p. FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 4-15 . b. 8 If you want to permit multiple IP addresses to connect through the uplink. The description can be up to 100 characters. Note: If you selected the Use Host Name check box and entered a valid host name. OR Select the Use Host Name check box. The description is for your own reference. 5 6 In the Uplink Information area. select the Allow Address Mask check box. If you want to change the description.1. do one of the following: Enter a new IP address in the Source IP Address field. and type a valid host name in the text entry area.255.255.255. Spaces are allowed. However. 3-4]. type over the value in the Max Instance Count field.255) allows only the address specified in the Source IP Address field to connect to the uplink.CHAPTER 4 TL1 Uplink Administration Manage Uplinks 4 Select the uplink you want to modify by clicking the appropriate button on the left side of the table. Note: You cannot change the name of the uplink. Note: The NETSMART 1500 EMS allows up to 40 uplinks to be defined. The controls and fields are the same as those in the Add Uplink dialog box.

11 4.CHAPTER 4 TL1 Uplink Administration Manage Uplinks 10 In the Logging Status area. last modified. launch TL1 Uplink Management by selecting Applications > Communication > TL1 Uplink Management from any NETSMART 1500 management application. Click Ok to modify the uplink.3 Viewing Uplink Details The Uplink Details dialog box (Figure 4-6 [p. Enabled or Disabled. 4-16]) displays dates and times (when the uplink was created. Select the Uplink Details icon on the toolbar. January 2007 . 4 5 Click Ok to close the dialog box. A table opens displaying all uplinks and their properties. select the Uplink Configuration tab. 4-16 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. If necessary. Figure 4-6: Uplink Details Dialog Box View uplink details as follows: Step 1 Task If necessary. to change the logging status of this connection. 2 3 Select the uplink whose details you want to view by clicking the appropriate button on the left side of the table. The default value is Disabled (no logging). and last connected to) for quick reference. 4-16]) displays dates and times (when the uplink was created. last modified. The Uplink Details dialog box (Figure 4-6 [p. click one of the radio buttons. and last connected to).3. or select Uplink Details from the Operations menu.

The table to the right of the tree displays all active uplinks. All TL1 sessions associated with the communication session are terminated when the communication session is disconnected. 2 FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. select the root tree element (Active Uplinks). Disconnect a TL1 uplink as follows: Step 1 Task If necessary. select the row(s) of the active uplink(s) that you want to disconnect. launch TL1 Uplink Management by selecting Applications > Communication > TL1 Uplink Management from any NETSMART 1500 management application. 2 3 4 In the table. 4. Note: To select a table row. In the tree pane.3. click the Deselect toolbar icon.4 Disconnecting an Uplink Use this procedure to terminate all communication sessions and TL1 sessions associated with the uplink.5 Disconnecting a Communication Session Use this procedure to disconnect a TL1 uplink communication session. Doing so makes the uplink no longer active. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 4-17 . Disconnect a communication session as follows: Step 1 Task If necessary. To deselect all rows. A Confirmation dialog box opens.3. 6 Click Yes to disconnect. If necessary. 5 Click the Disconnect toolbar icon. select the Uplink Status tab. select the Uplink Status tab. launch TL1 Uplink Management by selecting Applications > Communication > TL1 Uplink Management from any NETSMART 1500 management application.CHAPTER 4 TL1 Uplink Administration Manage Uplinks 4. click the button on the left side of the row. If necessary.

CHAPTER 4 TL1 Uplink Administration Manage Uplinks 3 In the tree pane. To deselect all rows. In the tree pane. launch TL1 Uplink Management by selecting Applications > Communication > TL1 Uplink Management from any NETSMART 1500 management application. In the tree pane. 4 In the tree pane. The table to the right of the tree displays all communication sessions associated with the selected uplink. expand the root element (Active Uplinks) to reveal all active uplinks. select the active uplink of the communication session you want to disconnect. Disconnect a TL1 session as follows: Step 1 Task If necessary. 7 Click Yes to disconnect. expand the appropriate active uplink element to reveal the communication session that includes the TL1 session you want to disconnect. Note: To select a table row. 2 3 4 5 4-18 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. The table to the right of the tree displays all TL1 sessions associated with the selected communication session. select the communication session of the TL1 session you want to disconnect. The table to the right of the tree displays all active uplinks. select the Uplink Status tab. January 2007 . 4. 6 Click the Disconnect toolbar icon. In the tree pane. A Confirmation dialog box opens. click the button on the left side of the row. If necessary. 5 In the table. select the row(s) of the communication session(s) that you want to disconnect.3.6 Disconnecting a TL1 Session Use this procedure to disconnect a TL1 session in TL1 Uplink. click the Deselect toolbar icon. expand the root element (Active Uplinks) to reveal all active uplinks.

To deselect all rows. and autonomous messages sent over the uplink. Logging Status Ok FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. Figure 4-7: Modify Uplink Status Dialog Box Table 4-3 [p. Note: To select a table row. 4-19]) is used to change the administrative status and/or logging status of a selected uplink. A Confirmation dialog box opens.7 Enabling/Disabling an Uplink The Modify Uplink Status dialog box (Figure 4-7 [p. select the row(s) of the TL1 session(s) that you want to disconnect. 7 Click the Disconnect toolbar icon. responses. To permit connection. click the button on the left side of the row. an uplink must have administrative status enabled. Table 4-3: Modify Uplink Status Dialog Box Description (1 of 2) Field/Control Administrative Status Description Administrative status of the uplink: Enabled—Uplink is enabled. Disabled—Logging is disabled for the uplink. Logging status of the user account: Enabled—Logging is enabled for the uplink. If logging status is enabled. 8 Click Yes to disconnect. 4. Click Ok to accept any changes and close the dialog box. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 4-19 .CHAPTER 4 TL1 Uplink Administration Manage Uplinks 6 In the table.3. 4-19] describes the fields and controls for the Modify Uplink Status dialog box. click the Deselect toolbar icon. TL1 Uplink Management logs TL1 commands. Disabled—Uplink is disabled.

Click the Uplink Status icon on the toolbar. a confirmation message box will open. Note: The NETSMART 1500 EMS allows up to 40 uplinks to be defined. The radio buttons reflect the current status of the uplink. 7 4-20 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1.CHAPTER 4 TL1 Uplink Administration Manage Uplinks Table 4-3: Modify Uplink Status Dialog Box Description (2 of 2) Field/Control Cancel Help Description Click Cancel to exit from this dialog box without making any changes. A table opens listing all uplinks and their properties. Enabled or Disabled. 4 5 If you wish to enable or disable the uplink. click the appropriate radio button. in the Logging Status area. 2 3 Select the uplink you want to change by clicking the appropriate button on the left side of the table. 6 If you wish to enable or disable logging for the uplink. The Modify Uplink Status dialog box (Figure 4-7 [p. January 2007 . select the Uplink Configuration tab. click the appropriate radio button. launch TL1 Uplink Management by selecting Applications > Communication > TL1 Uplink Management from any NETSMART 1500 management application. Change administrative or logging status of an uplink as follows: Step 1 Task If necessary. Click Ok to modify the uplink status. If necessary. However. in the Administrative Status area. Note: If you are changing the status from Enabled to Disabled. Click Help to display context-sensitive online help information related to using this dialog box. The uplink must be administratively enabled to establish a communication session through it. Click Ok to confirm the action and continue with the operation. Enabled or Disabled. or select Uplink Status from the Operations menu. 4-19]) opens. only 20 configurations can be administratively enabled at one time.

There is no undo function.7. FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. Note: An uplink must be disabled before it can be deleted. Refer to Section 4. Enabling/Disabling an Uplink [p. select the Uplink Configuration tab. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 4-21 .3. Delete an uplink as follows: Step 1 Task If necessary. to disable an uplink. Enabling/Disabling an Uplink [p. If necessary.7. or select Delete Config from the Operations menu. 4-19]. to disable an uplink configuration. 4-19].CHAPTER 4 TL1 Uplink Administration Manage Uplinks 4.8 Deleting an Uplink Note: An uplink configuration must be disabled before it can be deleted. Click the Delete Config icon from the toolbar.3. indicating that the uplink is currently disabled. A table opens listing all uplinks and their properties. Refer to Section 4. 2 3 In the table. 5 CAUTION: Make sure you want to delete this uplink before clicking Yes. launch TL1 Uplink Management by selecting Applications > Communication > TL1 Uplink Management from any NETSMART 1500 management application. locate the uplink you want to delete and verify that its Status attribute is false. 6 Click Yes to delete the uplink and close the dialog box. The Confirm Deletion dialog box opens. 4 Select the uplink you want to delete by clicking the appropriate button on the left side of the table.3.

. Table 4-4: Create ACL Dialog Box Description (1 of 2) Field/Control ACL Name Description Ok Apply Description Name of the ACL. . .4. . . . . . . . . . .4 4. . . . . PAGE 4-22 4-24 4-25 4-26 4-28 4. . . . . The ACL Name can be up to 20 characters in length. .1 4. . .4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Spaces are not allowed. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Associating an Access Control List with an Uplink User/Logon . . . . . .1 Creating an Access Control List The Create ACL dialog box (Figure 4-8 [p. Descriptive information about the ACL. . . . . . . . . . . 4-22] describes the fields and controls for the Create ACL dialog box. Figure 4-8: Create ACL Dialog Box Table 4-4 [p. . . .CHAPTER 4 TL1 Uplink Administration Manage ACLs 4. . . . . . . . . . Click Ok to create the ACL and close the dialog box. . An entry in this field is mandatory. 4-22]) is used to create an empty ACL. . . Click Apply to create the ACL but leave the dialog box open 4-22 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. . . . . . . . . .4. . . . . . . . . . .4. . . . . . . . . . . Cloning an Access Control List. . . . The description can be up to 100 characters in length. .4. . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 SUBSECTION Creating an Access Control List . . . . . . . .2 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Spaces are allowed. . . . . . . Modifying an Access Control List . 4. . . . Deleting an Access Control List . . . . January 2007 . . . . .4 Manage ACLs This section includes the following subsections: NO. . . . . . .4. . . . .

select the Access Control List tab. Note: To associate an ACL with a TL1 uplink user. This field is optional.4. Note: To add TL1 commands to the newly created ACL. Spaces are allowed. 4-26]. Click the Create ACL icon on the toolbar.4. 5 6 FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. 2 3 4 In the ACL Name field. Associating an Access Control List with an Uplink User/Logon [p. Add a new (empty) ACL to the TL1 uplink system as follows: Step 1 Task If necessary. Click Help to display context-sensitive online help information related to using this dialog box. If necessary.2. refer to Section 4. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 4-23 . In the Description field. This field is mandatory. Spaces are not allowed.4. enter a description (up to 100 characters) for this new ACL. 4-24]. launch TL1 Uplink Management by selecting Applications > Communication > TL1 Uplink Management from any NETSMART 1500 management application. 4-22]). The Create ACL dialog box opens (see Figure 4-8 [p. refer to Section 4. type a name (up to 20 characters) for the new access control list. 4-22]. Click Ok. or select Create ACL from the Operations menu. A new (empty) ACL is created and added to the TL1 Uplink system. Modifying an Access Control List [p. The fields and controls for the Create ACL dialog box are described in Table 4-4 [p.CHAPTER 4 TL1 Uplink Administration Manage ACLs Table 4-4: Create ACL Dialog Box Description (2 of 2) Field/Control Cancel Help Description Click Cancel to exit from this dialog box without making any changes.

The ACL dialog box opens (Figure 4-9 [p. 4 Figure 4-9: ACL Dialog Box 5 6 Select the access control list that you want to use the ACL drop-down list. Click Ok to associate the ACL with the user.CHAPTER 4 TL1 Uplink Administration Manage ACLs 4. January 2007 . launch TL1 Uplink Management by selecting Applications > Communication > TL1 Uplink Management from any NETSMART 1500 management application. 2 3 Select the TL1 uplink user you want to want to associate an ACL with by clicking the appropriate button on the left side of the table. select the Login Management tab. If necessary.4. or select ACL from the Operations menu. 4-24]).2 Associating an Access Control List with an Uplink User/Logon Associate an ACL with a TL1 uplink user as follows: Step 1 Task If necessary. 4-24 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. Click on the ACL icon from the toolbar. A table opens listing all TL1 uplink users and user account properties.

CHAPTER 4 TL1 Uplink Administration Manage ACLs 4. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 4-25 . you can modify its content as described in Section 4. Table 4-5: Clone ACL Dialog Box Description Field/Control ACL Name Description Ok Apply Cancel Help Description Name of the ACL. 4-26]. Figure 4-10: Clone ACL Dialog Box Table 4-5 [p.4. Click Help to display context-sensitive online help information related to using this dialog box. Spaces are not allowed. 2 FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. Click Ok to create the ACL and close the dialog box. The ACL Name can be up to 20 characters in length. Modifying an Access Control List [p. After cloning an ACL.4.4. Descriptive information about the ACL. Click Apply to create the ACL but leave the dialog box open. Clone an ACL as follows: Step 1 Task If necessary. select the Access Control List tab. If necessary. Click Cancel to exit from this dialog box without making any changes.3 Cloning an Access Control List Use the Clone ACL dialog box (Figure 4-10 [p. An entry in this field is mandatory. The description can be up to 100 characters in length. 4-25] describes the fields and controls for the Clone ACL dialog box. 4-25]) to create a new ACL with the same content (of TL1 commands) as an existing ACL. Spaces are allowed. launch TL1 Uplink Management by selecting Applications > Communication > TL1 Uplink Management from any NETSMART 1500 management application.

4-25]). This field is optional. Modify an ACL as follows: Step 1 Task If necessary. launch TL1 Uplink Management by selecting Applications > Communication > TL1 Uplink Management from any NETSMART 1500 management application.CHAPTER 4 TL1 Uplink Administration Manage ACLs 3 4 Select the ACL you want to clone from the tree on the left side of the window. The content of the new ACL is identical to the ACL it was cloned from. refer to Section 4. In the Description field. or select Clone ACL from the Operations menu. Associating an Access Control List with an Uplink User/Logon [p. type a name (up to 20 characters) for the new access control list. This field is mandatory. Note: To associate the ACL with a TL1 uplink user. Select the ACL you want to modify from the tree on the left side of the window. Refer to Table 4-5 [p. 6 7 4. Click Ok. Click the Clone ACL icon on the toolbar.4. 2 3 4-26 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1.4 Modifying an Access Control List Use the following steps to change the content (TL1 commands) in an ACL.4. Note: To modify TL1 commands in the newly created ACL. Associating an Access Control List with an Uplink User/Logon [p.4. If necessary. Spaces are not allowed. 4-25] for a description of the dialog box. The Clone ACL dialog box opens (Figure 4-10 [p. refer to Section 4. January 2007 . Spaces are allowed.2. 4-24].4. 5 In the ACL Name field.4. refer to Section 4. A new ACL is created and added to the TL1 Uplink system. Modifying an Access Control List [p. enter a description (up to 100 characters) for this new ACL. 4-26]. select the Access Control List tab. Note: To associate the ACL with a TL1 uplink user. 4-24].2.

and then click Delete Selected Items. Note: TL1 command entries must be free of spaces. There is no undo function. 4-27]). and then click Add. FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. OR To delete a command from the ACL. 4-27] as required until the ACL content is correct. Note: Changes made to the ACL are automatically saved. Figure 4-11: Contents of Selected ACL 4 To add a TL1 command to the ACL. wildcard characters are not allowed. 5 Repeat Step 4 [p. type the command in the Add command to list text field. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 4-27 .CHAPTER 4 TL1 Uplink Administration Manage ACLs The contents of the selected ACL are listed in the Contents of Access Control List area (Figure 4-11 [p. select the command(s) you want to delete in the Contents of Access Control List area.

Select the ACL you want to delete from the tree on the left side of the window. There is no undo function. January 2007 . launch TL1 Uplink Management by selecting Applications > Communication > TL1 Uplink Management from any NETSMART 1500 management application. 5 Click Yes to delete the ACL and close the dialog box. If necessary.5 Deleting an Access Control List Delete an ACL as follows: Step 1 Task If necessary. select the Access Control List tab.4. 4-28 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1.CHAPTER 4 TL1 Uplink Administration Manage ACLs 4. Click the Delete ACL icon on the toolbar. 2 3 4 CAUTION: Make sure you want to delete the ACL before clicking Yes. or select Delete Access Control List from the Operations menu. The Confirm Deletion dialog box opens.

. . . . . . . . 4-29]) is used to create a new alarm filter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4. . . .CHAPTER 4 TL1 Uplink Administration Manage Alarm Filters 4. . . .5. . .5. . January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 4-29 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 4.5 Manage Alarm Filters This section includes the following subsections: NO. . PAGE 4-29 4-32 4-34 4-36 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Figure 4-12: Add Alarm Filter Dialog Box FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1.5. . . . . . . . . . . Associating an Alarm Filter with an Uplink User . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Deleting an Alarm Filter . . . . .4 SUBSECTION Adding an Alarm Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . Modifying an Alarm Filter . . . . . . . . . . . .2 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5.1 Adding an Alarm Filter The Add Alarm Filter dialog box (Figure 4-12 [p.5. . . . . . . . .

which specifies whether the AID applies to equipment. Table 4-6: Add Alarm Filter Dialog Box Field Description Field/Control Template Name: Description TID Search Action/Function Name of the filter. All TID Names Selected TID Names All AID Types Selected AID Types All Condition Types Selected Condition Types All Severities Selected Severities All Service Affecting Types Selected Service Affecting Types Add Add All Remove Remove All Ok Cancel Help 4-30 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. Spaces are not allowed. Click to remove all items from the Selected pane on the right and place them in the All pane on the left. Note: The condition type corresponds to alarm message parameter CONDTYPE. January 2007 . Lists all condition types included in the filter. Click Ok to accept any changes and close the dialog box. which indicates whether or not the alarm is service affecting. If you type a value in this field. Lists all available AID types. 4-30] describes the fields and controls for the Add Alarm Filter dialog box. Can be up to 100 characters in length. facility. Lists all available TIDs.CHAPTER 4 TL1 Uplink Administration Manage Alarm Filters Table 4-6 [p. Lists of all values of service-affecting or non–service-affecting types included in the filter. Field is mandatory. Click to add the highlighted item in the pane list on the left to the Selected pane on the right. Spaces are allowed. Lists all available alarm severities. which indicates the type of fault. Major. Lists all AID types included in the filter. the All TID Names list scroll to display the first TID beginning with the value that you typed. Click Cancel to exit this dialog box without making changes. Description of filter. Lists all available values of service-affecting or non–service-affecting types. The Template Name can be up to 20 characters in length. Click to remove the highlighted item from the Selected pane on the right and place it in the All pane on the left. and so on. Note: The AID type corresponds to alarm message parameter AIDTYPE. Lists all available alarm condition types. Click to add all items in the All pane on the left to the Selected pane on the right. Note: The service affecting type corresponds to alarm message parameter SRVEFF. or Minor). Lists all severities included in the filter. Note: The alarm severity corresponds to alarm message parameter NTFCNCDE. For searching for a specific TID from the list of available TIDs. Lists all TIDs included in the filter. which indicates the severity of the alarmed standing condition (Critical. Click Help for context-sensitive online Help information related to this dialog box.

NTFCNCDE. In selecting items for the Selected lists.CHAPTER 4 TL1 Uplink Administration Manage Alarm Filters Five pairs of lists (labeled TID Names. 4-30]. In the All TID Names list. and Service Affecting) appear in the Add Alarm Filter dialog box. AIDTYPE. Note: To find a TID in a long All TID Names list. FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. type the first character of the TID name in the TID Search field. This field is mandatory. The All lists (on the left) contain available values. Selected Condition Types. Selected AID Types. The Add Alarm Filter dialog box opens (see Figure 4-12 [p. The Selected lists (on the right) contain values selected for the filter. select the TIDs of all NEs you want to include in the filter and click Add to move the selected TIDs to the Selected list. and SRVEFF) in the alarm message match an item in the corresponding Selected list (Selected TID Names. 2 3 4 In the Template Name field. select the Alarm Filters tab. keep the following in mind: The filter passes an alarm message to the TL1 uplink user only if each of five parameters (TID. enter a description (up to 100 characters) for this new filter. Click the Add Filter icon on the toolbar. Spaces are not allowed. Selected Severities. Spaces are allowed. launch TL1 Uplink Management by selecting Applications > Communication > TL1 Uplink Management from any NETSMART 1500 management application. Note: Press and hold the SHIFT key to select contiguous components. OR Click Add All to move all TIDs to the Selected list. Press and hold the CTRL key to select noncontiguous components. AID Types. If necessary. 4-29]). or select Add Filter from the Operations menu. Severities. The All TID Names list will scroll to display the first TID beginning with the character you typed. Buttons in between are used to move items between the All and Selected lists. and Selected Service Affecting). Add an alarm filter to the TL1 uplink system as follows: Step 1 Task If necessary. 5 6 The selected TID names move to the Selected TID Names list. Condition Types. This field is optional. In the Description field. The fields and controls for the Add Alarm Filter dialog box are described in Table 4-6 [p. type a name (up to 20 characters) for the new filter. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 4-31 . CONDTYPE.

launch TL1 Uplink Management by selecting Applications > Communication > TL1 Uplink Management from any NETSMART 1500 management application. Press and hold the CTRL key to select noncontiguous components. If necessary.5. Note: To move a value from a Selected list. A table opens listing all TL1 uplink users and user account properties. To move all values from a Selected list to an All list. 2 3 Select the TL1 uplink user you want to want to associate an alarm filter with by clicking the appropriate button on the left side of the table. select the condition types you want to include in the filter and click Add or to move the selected items (or Add All to move all items) to the Selected list. 4.2 Associating an Alarm Filter with an Uplink User Associate an alarm filter with a TL1 uplink user/logon as follows: Step 1 Task If necessary. Note: Press and hold the SHIFT key to select contiguous components. 9 10 11 12 Click Ok. In the All Severities list. select the severities that you want to include in the filter. Verify that each to the Selected lists contain the values you want to include in the filter. and click Add to move the selected items (or Add All to move all items) to the Selected list.CHAPTER 4 TL1 Uplink Administration Manage Alarm Filters 7 In the All AID Types list. 4-32 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. select the AID types you want to include in the filter and click Add to move the selected items (or Add All to move all items) to the Selected list. The filter is added to the TL1 Uplink system. In the All Service Affecting Types list. select the types that you want to include in the filter and click Add to move the selected items (or Add All to move all items) to the Selected list. highlight the value in the Selected list and click Remove. click the appropriate Remove All button. select the Login Management tab. The selected items move to the Selected list. 8 In the All Condition Types list. January 2007 . Note: At least one item should appear in each Selected list.

6 FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. Figure 4-13: Alarm Filter Dialog Box 5 From the Alarm Filter drop-down list. 4-33]).CHAPTER 4 TL1 Uplink Administration Manage Alarm Filters 4 Click the Add Filter icon on the toolbar or select Add Filter from the Operations menu. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 4-33 . Click Ok to add the filter to the user. The Alarm Filter dialog box for the selected user opens (Figure 4-13 [p. select the alarm filter you want to associate with the user.

The Selected lists (on the right) contain values selected for the filter. Severities. The All lists (on the left) contain available values. Buttons in between are used to move items between the All and Selected lists. and Service Affecting) appear in the Modify Alarm Filter dialog box. 4-34]) is used to modify parameters associated with a TL1 uplink alarm filter. 4-30]). Condition Types. fields are populated with current data for the selected alarm filter. NTFCNCDE. 4-34 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. AIDTYPE. Selected AID Types. AID Types. and Selected Service Affecting). CONDTYPE. when it opens.CHAPTER 4 TL1 Uplink Administration Manage Alarm Filters 4. In selecting items for the Selected lists.5. and SRVEFF) in the alarm message match an item in the corresponding Selected list (Selected TID Names. Selected Severities. Figure 4-14: Modify Alarm Filter Dialog Box Five pairs of lists (labeled TID Names. Selected Condition Types. The fields and controls of this dialog box are identical to those of the Add Alarm Filter dialog box (refer to Table 4-6 [p.3 Modifying an Alarm Filter The Modify Alarm Filter dialog box (Figure 4-14 [p. January 2007 . keep the following in mind: The filter passes an alarm message to the TL1 uplink user only if each of five parameters (TID. All values can be modified except Template Name. However.

January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 4-35 . type over it (up to 100 characters. To remove all values from a Selected list. click the applicable Add All button. Press and hold the CTRL key to select noncontiguous components. To remove a value from a Selected list. 8 Click Ok. To add all values from in an All list. FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. Change the items in the Selected lists as required. described in Table 4-6 [p. launch TL1 Uplink Management by selecting Applications > Communication > TL1 Uplink Management from any NETSMART 1500 management application. 7 Verify that each of the Selected lists contains the values you want to include in the filter. Note: At least one item should appear in each Selected list. 4-30]. highlight the value in the corresponding All list and click Add. The All TID Names list will scroll to display the first TID beginning with the character you typed. The fields and controls are the same as for the Add Alarm Filter dialog box. The filter is modified in the TL1 Uplink system. Click the Modify Filter icon on the toolbar.CHAPTER 4 TL1 Uplink Administration Manage Alarm Filters Modify an alarm filter as follows: Step 1 Task If necessary. or select Modify Filter from the Operations menu. If necessary. ■ 6 To add a value to a Selected list. ■ ■ ■ Note: Press and hold the SHIFT key to select contiguous components. type the first character of the TID name in the TID Search field. 2 3 4 5 To change the description in the Description field. Select the alarm filter you want to modify from the tree on the left side of the window. The Modify Alarm Filter dialog box opens (see Figure 4-14 [p. cannot be modified. Note: To find a TID in a long All TID Names list. shown in the Template Name field. This field is optional. click the applicable Remove All button. Note: The name of the filter. 4-34]). spaces allowed). highlight the value and click Remove. select the Alarm Filters tab.

There is no undo function.4 Deleting an Alarm Filter Delete a TL1 uplink alarm filter as follows: Step 1 Task If necessary. 2 3 4 CAUTION: Make sure you want to delete the alarm filter before clicking Yes. If necessary. Click the Delete Filter icon on the toolbar. 4-36 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1.5. select the Alarm Filters tab.CHAPTER 4 TL1 Uplink Administration Manage Alarm Filters 4. launch TL1 Uplink Management by selecting Applications > Communication > TL1 Uplink Management from any NETSMART 1500 management application. Select the alarm filter you want to delete from the tree on the left side of the window. The Confirm Deletion dialog box opens. January 2007 . 5 Click Yes to delete the alarm filter and close the dialog box. or select Delete Filter from the Operations menu.

4-19]) is used to change the logging status of a selected uplink. .1 Viewing the Uplink Log View the uplink log as follows: Step 1 Task If necessary. . . . . . . The window shows a log of TL1 messages for all uplinks that have logging enabled. . . . If logging status is enabled. . . . 3-52]. . . .2 SUBSECTION Viewing the Uplink Log . .6. . . . . . . . If necessary. .1 4. . . Table 4-3 [p. . . Select the View Uplink Log tab. . . . . . 2 FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. . . Change administrative or logging status of an uplink as follows: Step 1 Task If necessary. . . For a description of the log table. . . . . . launch TL1 Uplink Management by selecting Applications > Communication > TL1 Uplink Management from any NETSMART 1500 management application. . . . .6. 4-19] describes the fields and controls for the Modify Uplink Status dialog box. . TL1 Uplink Management logs TL1 commands.8. 2 4. . A table opens listing all uplinks and their properties. . . January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 4-37 . . refer to Section 3. . . .5. . 4. . . and autonomous messages sent over the uplink. .CHAPTER 4 TL1 Uplink Administration Manage Uplink Log 4.6. . . select the Uplink Configuration tab. . launch TL1 Uplink Management by selecting Applications > Communication > TL1 Uplink Management from any NETSMART 1500 management application.2 Enabling/Disabling Logging for an Uplink The Modify Uplink Status dialog box (Figure 4-7 [p. . PAGE 4-37 4-37 4.6. . . . . View Uplink Log Tab [p. . .6 Manage Uplink Log This section includes the following subsections: NO. . . Enabling/Disabling Logging for an Uplink . . . . . . . . responses. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

The radio buttons reflect the current status of the uplink. click the appropriate radio button. The Modify Uplink Status dialog box (Figure 4-7 [p. Click Ok to enable or disable logging. 4 5 6 In the Logging Status area. January 2007 .CHAPTER 4 TL1 Uplink Administration Manage Uplink Log 3 Select the uplink you want to change by clicking the appropriate button on the left side of the table. Enabled or Disabled. 4-38 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. or select Uplink Status from the Operations menu. 4-19]) opens. Click the Uplink Status icon on the toolbar.

. . . . . . . . . . . Working with the SNMP Uplink Server . . . . Working with SNMP Uplink Management . Performing SNMP Manager Operations . . . . . . . January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces . .2 5. . . . . . . . . .5 5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SNMP Uplink Terminology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Overview . .1 5. . . . . .3 5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 5. .5 CHAPTERS/APPENDIXES 1 Introduction 2 EML-NML Interface 3 TL1 Uplink Management 4 TL1 Uplink Administration ➤ 5 SNMP Uplink Management A TL1 Uplink Customization 5. . . . . . . 5-2 5-2 5-3 5-5 5-16 5-29 SNMP UPLINK MANAGEMENT This chapter includes the following sections: NO. Performing Trap Destination Operations. . SECTION PAGE FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. . . .

Table 5-1: SNMP Terminology Term Trap SNMP Request Description An autonomous event forwarded by the NETSMART 1500 EMS A request made by the SNMP Manager using SNMP protocol.2 SNMP Uplink Terminology Table 5-1 [p. The NETSMART 1500 EMS supports the following SNMP requests: Get Get Next ■ ■ SNMP Manager Trap Destination Community String The SNMP entity that sends SNMP requests to the NETSMART 1500 EMS The destination manager to which SNMP traps are sent. 5. 5-12]) allows users with the SNMPUplink user function to administer the SNMP Uplink and manage access to the SNMP Uplink Server. 5-2] lists and describes the frequently used SNMP terminology. January 2007 . SNMP Uplink Management (see Figure 5-2 [p.CHAPTER 5 SNMP Uplink Management Overview 5.1 Overview The Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Uplink is a separately licensed NETSMART® 1500 component that provides SNMP based fault monitoring of NEs managed by the NETSMART 1500 Element Management System (EMS). This chapter describes SNMP Uplink Management and provides procedures for operating in the SNMP Uplink Management environment. A password used as part of SNMP protocol 5-2 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1.

. . . . . . The following sections provide information on configuring and starting the SNMP server. . . Fujitsu recommends moving the agents to separate ports because of conflicts between the Sun™ Solaris™ installed agents (the Solstice Enterprise Agents™ Master Agent and DMI Mapper subagent) and the NETSMART 1500 agent. . . . . PAGE 5-3 5-4 5-4 A new server. . .properties FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. . . . . . .3 SUBSECTION Configure the SNMP Uplink Server . . . . . . . . . . . The new server is disabled by default. . . Note: The start-up scripts for the Sun Solstice agents are located in the /etc/rc3.3. .3. . . . . . . . Note: The NETSMART 1500 agent must be on a unique port number. . . . . .1 5. . is included with the NETSMART 1500 EMS as part of the optional server group snmpuplink. . . . 5. . . . . You can change the NETSMART 1500 agent or other agents. . . but these changes must be made before starting the NETSMART 1500 agent. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 5-3 . the NETSMART 1500 SNMP Uplink server (agent) must be configured. . . 1 The NETSMART 1500 agent session port is defined in the following file: $NETSMART_HOME/Properties/SNMPUplinkServer/SNMPUplinkServer. . . . you must move those agents to another port or move the NETSMART 1500 SNMP Uplink server agent to another port1. . . .CHAPTER 5 SNMP Uplink Management Working with the SNMP Uplink Server 5.3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . If you have other agents already running on the server. . Disabling the SNMP Uplink Server . . . . . . . . . . . . By default the agent is configured to listen for sessions on port 161. . .3 Working with the SNMP Uplink Server This section includes the following subsections: NO. . . . . . Starting the SNMP Uplink Server . . . . . . .d directory. . . . . .2 5. . . . . SNMP Uplink. .1 Configure the SNMP Uplink Server After the NETSMART 1500 EMS is installed on the NETSMART 1500 server. . . . .3. . . . 5. . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Starting SNMPUplinkServer Note: If you receive an error message. Mon Sep 08 12:09:31 CDT 2003 snmpuplink. From a command line.3. January 2007 . The following text displays: netsmart startgroup smnpuplink Installing ClientRequestInterceptor: ClientSCInterceptor Installing ServerRequestInterceptor: ServerSCInterceptor Installing ClientRequestInterceptor: ClientSCInterceptor Installing ServerRequestInterceptor: ServerSCInterceptor Group smnpuplink starting. SNMPUplinkServer..2 Starting the SNMP Uplink Server To start the SNMP Uplink server. The following text displays: Stopping group snmpuplink my_server. use the following procedure: Step 1 2 Task Log on the NETSMART 1500 server as user netsmart.. call FTAC (1-800-873-3822) for assistance. After the netsmart startgroup snmpuplink command is executed. and press ENTER. type netsmart stopgroup snmpuplink. use the following procedure: Step 1 2 Task Log on the NETSMART 1500 server as user netsmart. Server terminated. From a command line. and press ENTER. SNMP Uplink is available every time the NETSMART server is started. Mon Sep 08 12:09:34 CDT 2003 Stopped group snmpuplink 5-4 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1.3 Disabling the SNMP Uplink Server To disable the SNMP Uplink server. type netsmart startgroup snmpuplink. Server group stopped. 5.CHAPTER 5 SNMP Uplink Management Working with the SNMP Uplink Server 5.3.

. .6 SUBSECTION Features . . 5-6]) and its components. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . for more information on configuring and starting the SNMP Uplink server. . Status Bar. . . . . . . . . .4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-6]) can be opened from any NETSMART 1500 application menu bar by selecting Applications > Communication > SNMP Uplink Management. . The SNMP Uplink Management window (see Figure 5-1 [p. . . . . .4 Working with SNMP Uplink Management This section describes the SNMP Uplink Management window (Figure 5-1 [p. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Working with the SNMP Uplink Server [p. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . It includes the following subsections: NO. . . . . . . . . . PAGE 5-6 5-7 5-11 5-12 5-12 5-14 Note: SNMP Uplink Management is an optional NETSMART 1500 application. . . . . . . . . . The SNMP Uplink server must be installed and started. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Menu Bar . . . January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 5-5 . . . .4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 5. . . . . . .1 5. . . . . . . . . . .4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Refer to Section 5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3. . . . . . . . . Managers Tab. . . . . . 5-3]. . . . . . . . Toolbar . . . . . . . .2 5. Trap Destinations Tab .5 5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 5. . . . . . . . . . . . .CHAPTER 5 SNMP Uplink Management Working with SNMP Uplink Management 5. . .4. . . . . .4.

1 Features SNMP Uplink Management provides the following features: ■ Create SNMP Managers and Trap Destinations Remove SNMP Managers and Trap Destinations Edit SNMP Managers and Trap Destinations Note: Editing consists of making changes to the community string and/or the enabled/disabled state. 5-6]) has two tabs that display SNMP Managers and Trap Destinations. Title Bar Menu Bar Toolbar Table Display Area Tabs Status Bar Figure 5-1: SNMP Uplink Management Window The Managers tab is selected by default when the SNMP Uplink Management window is opened. but only a maximum of 15 can be enabled at a given time. ■ ■ 5-6 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1.4. 5. January 2007 .CHAPTER 5 SNMP Uplink Management Working with SNMP Uplink Management The SNMP Uplink Management window (Figure 5-1 [p. Note: Any number of SNMP Managers and Trap Destinations can be added.

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PAGE 5-7 5-8 5-9 5-9 5-10 Table 5-2 [p. . . When the number of SNMP Manager profiles becomes zero. . . Common Dialog Boxes and Operations. . . . . Common Dialog Boxes and Operations. . . . . . Print Preview FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. When a new SNMP Manager profile is added (whether the new profile is enabled or disabled). . a default manager profile with the name SYSTEM is created by the server. . . . . . . . . . . . . Operations Menu Description . . . . . . . . . the SYSTEM profile is automatically created. . . . . for more information. . . . . . . 5-7] lists and describes the menu items available on the File menu. . . . . . . . . . . Chapter 7. . . . . . View Menu Descriptions . . . Table 5-2: File Menu Description (1 of 2) Menu Items Close Print Description Closes the currently open screen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Opens the Print dialog box. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Introduction. . Help Menu Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 5-7 . Refer to FNC-1500-0050-200. . Edit Menu Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . When the system starts up for the first time. . Introduction. . . . . . . . the SYSTEM profile is automatically removed. . . for help in viewing a preview of the printed image. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . This profile accepts the requests from any SNMP Manager as long as the community string public is used. . Refer to FNC-1500-0050-200. 5-2 5-3 5-4 5-5 5-6 TABLE File Menu Description. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Menu Bar This subsection includes the following tables: NO. . . . . . . Disabling a Trap Destination causes the listener to not receive any more traps. . . . . . Displays the Print Preview screen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.4. . . . . .CHAPTER 5 SNMP Uplink Management Working with SNMP Uplink Management Disabling an SNMP Manager causes the requests from the SNMP Manager to be dropped and authentication traps to be sent. . Chapter 7. . . . which allows you to print or save to file the displayed table. . . . . . . . .

Exit [p. 4-8]. January 2007 .8.CHAPTER 5 SNMP Uplink Management Working with SNMP Uplink Management Table 5-2: File Menu Description (2 of 2) Menu Items Print Area Set Print Area Clear Print Area Save Current Workspace Lock Screen Exit Description Allows you to control what information is printed from the tabular view. Pastes the contents of the clipboard into the selected text area. Section 4. Saves the current workspace to an external file. Redo Preferences 5-8 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. Clears selected text and saves it to the clipboard for possible retrieval using the Paste command. Redoes the changes undone by Undo. for more information. Undoes the latest changes to the Batch Editor panel. Table 5-3: Edit Menu Descriptions Menu Item Copy Paste Cut Undo Description Copies selected text to the clipboard for possible retrieval using the Paste command. This menu item is grayed out and unavailable when there is no data in the workspace. 5-8] lists and describes the menu items on the Edit menu. Refer to FNC-1500-0050-200. Not available if no text is selected. and the saved workspace is recreated. Introduction. Available only for the Batch tab. Contains the following options: Allows you to select part of the table to be printed. Not available if no text is selected. Table 5-3 [p. You must type your NETSMART 1500 password in the Unlock Screen dialog box to continue to use the application. This option is available only for tables. Deselects the selected area for printing. so you can undo any amount of editing. Allows you to view and modify all NETSMART 1500 preference settings. Logs you out and shuts down the NETSMART 1500 Client application. Locks the application screen. This file is read on start-up. Undo is disabled if no editing has been performed. All changes are saved in an unlimited buffer. This option is available only for printing tables.

Displays both horizontal and vertical lines on the table. depending on which tab is selected. for procedures to use this feature. Deletes the selected SNMP Manager/Trap Destination. Table 5-4: View Menu Descriptions Menu Item ToolBar StatusBar Description Displays the SNMP Uplink Management window toolbar when checked and hides the toolbar when unchecked.CHAPTER 5 SNMP Uplink Management Working with SNMP Uplink Management Table 5-4 [p. Refer to FNC-1500-0050-200. Displays the SNMP Uplink Management window status bar when checked and hides the status bar when unchecked. depending on which tab is selected. 5-9] lists and describes the menu items on the View menu. Modifies selected SNMP Manager/Trap Destination attribute values. order columns. Displays a read-only view of the selected SNMP Manager/Trap Destination. Table 5-5 [p. Chapter 7. Set Row Height Show Grid Lines Vertical Grid Lines Horizontal Grid Lines Shade Alternating Rows Hide Column Deselect Refresh FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. Opens the Set Row Height dialog box. Cancels any selected fields. Displays only horizontal lines on the table. Table 5-5: Operations Menu Description (1 of 2) Menu Items New Modify View Delete Filter/Sort Description Creates a new SNMP Manager/Trap Destination. depending on which tab is selected. Displays only vertical lines on the table. depending on which tab is selected. Introduction. Items under the Operations menu depend on which tab is selected in the SNMP Uplink Management window. Hides the selected column. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 5-9 . Displays shading on every other line of data in the table. which allows you to select columns. Common Dialog Boxes and Operations. Refreshes the screen with the latest database information. and apply sorting and filtering to columns in a table. which allows you to set the height of the cells by the number of lines. 5-9] lists and describes the menu items on the Operations menu. Opens the Filter Sort dialog box.

Contains the following options: Changes the font for the entire table. Save Report Config Export Report Config Import Report Config Delete Report Config Restore System Default The Applications menu provides access to the NETSMART 1500 management applications. Use the Report Configuration Dialog Boxes [p. Table 5-6: Help Menu Descriptions Menu Item NETSMART 1500 SNMP Uplink Manager User Guide About NETSMART 1500 Description Displays indexed general online help information about the NETSMART 1500 EMS (the online Users Guide). Introduction. Section 7. Displays the online help information specific to the NETSMART 1500 EMS. January 2007 . Allows you to import settings for the view display from the NETSMART 1500 server for your own use.CHAPTER 5 SNMP Uplink Management Working with SNMP Uplink Management Table 5-5: Operations Menu Description (2 of 2) Menu Items Change Font Complete Table Selected Column Increase Restore Default Persistency Support Description Allows you to control the look of the information contained in the table display area. Allows you to manage the settings of the table area. NETSMART 1500 Applications Menu [p. Allows you to reset the settings for the view display back to the last saved setting. 2-7]. Changes the font for the selected column. Displays basic release and copyright information about the NETSMART 1500 EMS. Table 5-6 [p. Contains the following options: Allows you to save settings for the view display. Increases the size of the font for the selected area. Changes the font size back to the default size. Refer to FNC-1500-0050-200. Allows you to remove your private or public settings for the view display. for application descriptions. Refer to FNC-1500-0050-200. Displays indexed online help information specific to the SNMP Uplink portion of the NETSMART 1500 EMS. 5-10 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. 5-10] lists and describes the menu items on the Help menu. Introduction. Section 2. 7-20]. Allows you to export settings for the view display onto the NETSMART 1500 server for public use.6.3. for instructions on how to use the dialog box boxes associated with persistency support.

which allows you to print or save to file the displayed table. and apply sorting and filtering to columns in a table. Introduction. depending on which tab is selected.CHAPTER 5 SNMP Uplink Management Working with SNMP Uplink Management 5. for procedures to use this feature. depending on which tab is selected. Table 5-7: Toolbar Description Icon Description Creates a new SNMP Manager/Trap Destination. which allows you to select columns. Deselects the selected rows in the table. Deletes the selected SNMP Manager/Trap Destination. Opens the Print dialog box. Modifies selected SNMP Manager/Trap Destination attribute values. for more information. Chapter 7.4. FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1.3 Toolbar Table 5-7 [p. 5-11] describes the toolbar icons available when the Remote Users tab is selected. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 5-11 . Common Dialog Boxes and Operations. Chapter 7. order columns. Refreshes the contents of the table. Refer to FNC-1500-0050-200. Common Dialog Boxes and Operations. Refer to FNC-1500-0050-200. Introduction. Opens the Filter Sort dialog box.

5.4. the status bar dynamically changes to display the following for the selected tab: ■ Managers—Total number of SNMP Managers Trap Destinations—Total number of Trap Destinations ■ 5. Refer to Section 5. January 2007 .5 Managers Tab The Managers tab (Figure 5-2 [p. for information on user operations. The status bar also shows the total number of entities displayed in the selected tab. The Managers tab is selected by default when the SNMP Management window opens. Figure 5-2: SNMP Uplink Management Window—Managers Tab 5-12 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. Performing SNMP Manager Operations [p. For example.4. 5-12]) is used for the creation and maintenance of SNMP Managers. 5-16].4 Status Bar The status bar displays the current status of the selected tab.CHAPTER 5 SNMP Uplink Management Working with SNMP Uplink Management 5.

Table 5-8: Managers Tab Table Descriptions Column Name Address Community String Enabled Description Displays the name of the SNMP Manager.CHAPTER 5 SNMP Uplink Management Working with SNMP Uplink Management The Managers tab (see Figure 5-2 [p. Displays the SNMP community string used by the SNMP Manager when sending SNMP requests to the Uplink server. Displays the IP address or the host name that the SNMP Manager uses to connect to the Uplink server. FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. 5-13] describes the columns of the Managers tab table. Displays a check box that shows whether the SNMP Manager is currently enabled (checked) or not enabled (not checked) Note: Only enabled SNMP Managers can communicate with the SNMP Uplink server. 5-12]) contains a table area that displays SNMP Manager details. Table 5-8 [p. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 5-13 .

Note: Transient conditions are never forwarded to Trap Destinations. for information on Trap Destination operations. Figure 5-3: SNMP Uplink Management Window—Trap Destinations Tab 5-14 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. Performing Trap Destination Operations [p. A Trap Destination is the destination to which the trap is sent.6.CHAPTER 5 SNMP Uplink Management Working with SNMP Uplink Management 5. 5-14]) is used for the creation and maintenance of SNMP Trap Destinations. 5-29].4. January 2007 . Refer to Section 5.6 Trap Destinations Tab The Trap Destinations tab (Figure 5-3 [p.

Displays the version of the SNMP traps that will be sent to the Trap Destination. Displays the community string to be sent to the Trap Destination. 5-15] describes the columns of the Trap Destinations tab table. Displays a check box that shows whether the Trap Destination profile is enabled. Displays the port of the trap destination. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 5-15 . Table 5-9: Trap Destinations Tab Table Descriptions Column Name Version Address Port Community String Enabled Description Displays the name of the Trap Destination. the Trap Destination profile is disabled.CHAPTER 5 SNMP Uplink Management Working with SNMP Uplink Management Table 5-9 [p. The versions are V1 and V2 (default). FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. If the check box is not checked. Displays the IP address or the host name of the trap destination.

. . . . . . . January 2007 . . This section provides procedures for creating and maintaining SNMP Managers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PAGE 5-16 5-21 5-24 5-27 SNMP Uplink Management (see Figure 5-1 [p. . . . . Modify an SNMP Manager.4 SUBSECTION Create an SNMP Manager . . . . . The following procedures assume that the SNMP Uplink Management window is open. .CHAPTER 5 SNMP Uplink Management Performing SNMP Manager Operations 5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 5. .5 Performing SNMP Manager Operations This section covers operations performed from the Managers tab of the SNMP Uplink Management window. . . . . It includes the following subsections: NO. . . . . . . . .5. . . . . . . . . . . View SNMP Manager Details . . . . . .1 5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5. . . . . 5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Figure 5-4: Add Manager Dialog Box 5-16 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. 5. . . . . . . . . . Delete an SNMP Manager . . . which sends SNMP requests to the NETSMART 1500 EMS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Create an SNMP Manager The Add Manager dialog box (Figure 5-4 [p. . . . . .5. . . . . . . . . 5-16]) is used to create an SNMP Manager.5. . . . 5-6]) allows you to add SNMP Managers and Trap Destinations to the Uplink server. . . . . . .2 5. . .

Opens the online Help pertaining to this dialog box. Button for expanding the dialog box to show a Trap Destination (See Figure 5-5 [p. Adds the manager (and the listener if applicable) to the SNMP Uplink server and closes the Add Manager dialog box. The expanded portion of the dialog box is the same as the Add Trap Destination dialog box (refer to Section 5. If IP Address is selected. 5-19]). A check in the check box enables the manager. Text field for entering the community string used by the manager when sending the requests.6 [p. When IP Address is selected. and the Remove Listener button reverts back to the Add Listener button.CHAPTER 5 SNMP Uplink Management Performing SNMP Manager Operations Table 5-10 [p. 5-29]). the IP address is entered in this field. Aborts the operation and closes the dialog box. Radio button related to the Address field. the IP address is used for address resolution. Clears all data from the Add Manager dialog box. After the dialog box expands. If Hostname is selected. the host name is used for address resolution. Community String Enable Manager Add Trap Destination OK Apply Reset Cancel Help FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. the Add Listener button becomes the Remove Listener button. Radio button related to the Address field. Check box for determining whether the manager is enabled or disabled when created. When Hostname is selected. Adds the manager (and the listener. Table 5-10: Add Manager Dialog Box Descriptions Field/Control Name Hostname IP Address Address Description Text field for entering the name of the manager. When the Remove Listener button is clicked. the host name is entered in this field. 5-17] lists and describes the fields and controls on the Add Manager dialog box. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 5-17 . Text field for entering either the host name or the IP address of the SNMP Manager from which the SNMP Uplink server accepts requests. the expanded portion of the dialog box disappears. if applicable) to the SNMP Uplink server and clears data from the Add Manager dialog box while leaving it open.

Do you want register this SNMP Manager as a Trap Destination? The Add Manager dialog box allows you to create the SNMP Manager and register the manager as a Trap Destination in one procedure. using the Add Trap Destination dialog box (refer to Section 5. The Add SNMP Manager dialog box opens (Figure 5-4 [p. If NO: Go to Step 13 [p.6.1. 5-18 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. 9 Click Add Trap Destination. 5-29]). If YES: Continue with Step 9 [p. OR Click the Add toolbar icon. January 2007 . 5-16]). in the Address field. Create a Trap Destination [p. in the form of an IP address or host name. Select Add from the Operations menu.CHAPTER 5 SNMP Uplink Management Performing SNMP Manager Operations To add an SNMP Manager profile to SNMP Uplink Management. Click on the Enable Manager check box to enable this SNMP Manager profile. select the Managers tab. 3 4 Type the name of the SNMP Manager in the Name field. You can also register the SNMP Manager as a Trap Destination later. 5-20]. Type the community string in the Community String field. 5-18]. Select one of the following options: ■ Hostname—Host name of SNMP Manager IP Address—IP address of SNMP Manager ■ 5 6 7 8 Type the address. use the following procedure: Step 1 2 Task In the SNMP Uplink Management window.

CHAPTER 5 SNMP Uplink Management Performing SNMP Manager Operations The Add Manager dialog box expands to include an Add Trap Destination area in the lower half of the dialog box (Figure 5-5 [p. Enter the appropriate port number (162 is the default) in the port field to the right of the Address field. Figure 5-5: Add Manager Dialog Box with Add Trap Destination Area The information entered in the Add Manager area automatically populates the related Add Trap Destination area fields. Click the Enable Trap Destination check box to enable the Trap Destination. 5-19]). January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 5-19 . 10 11 Select the SNMP version from the SNMP Version drop-down list (V2 is the default). 12 FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. The Add Trap Destination area contains an additional field for entering the port number and a drop-down list for selecting the SNMP version.

14 Click Apply. 5-20]. 15 Repeat Steps 3 [p. 16 Click OK. and the dialog box clears but remains open. The add SNMP Manager operation is executed.CHAPTER 5 SNMP Uplink Management Performing SNMP Manager Operations 13 Do you want to add additional SNMP Manager profiles? If YES: Continue with Step 14 [p. The add SNMP Manager operation is executed. 5-20] for each additional SNMP Manager you want to add and register as a Trap Destination. and the dialog box closes. OR Repeat Steps 3 [p. 5-20]. January 2007 . If NO: Go to Step 16 [p. 5-18] through 8 [p. 5-18] for each additional SNMP Manager you want to add. 5-18] through 13 [p. 5-20 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1.

select the Managers tab. To edit an SNMP Manager. the Modify Listener button is disabled. Select the SNMP Manager from the Managers tab table (click once on the row). Like the Add Manager dialog box. Refer to Table 5-10 [p. use the following procedure: Step 1 2 Task In the SNMP Uplink Management window.2 Modify an SNMP Manager The Modify Manager dialog box (Figure 5-6 [p. The Modify Listener button allows you to expand the Modify Manager dialog box to display and edit the corresponding Trap Destination.CHAPTER 5 SNMP Uplink Management Performing SNMP Manager Operations 5.5. 5-21]) is used to edit existing SNMP Managers. 5-17] for a description of the fields and controls shared by the Add and Modify dialog boxes. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 5-21 . If the SNMP Manager selected for editing has a corresponding Trap Destination (with the same name). the Modify Listener button is enabled. If no corresponding Trap Destination exists. Figure 5-6: Modify Manager Dialog Box The Modify Manager dialog box is similar to the Add Manager dialog box. the Modify Manager dialog box is also expandable. FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1.

Modify a Trap Destination [p. if necessary. 5-23]. 5-32]). 5-22]. 7 Do you want to edit the corresponding Trap Destination? The Modify Manager dialog box allows you to modify the SNMP Manager and corresponding Trap Destination in one procedure. using the Modify Trap Destination dialog box (refer to Section 5. If NO: Go to Step 11 [p. 5-23]. 6 Is the SNMP Manager registered to a corresponding Trap Destination? HINT: If the Modify Trap Destination button is enabled. If YES: Continue with Step 8 [p. A check in the Enable Manager check box means the SNMP Manager is enabled.6. OR Click the Modify toolbar icon. The Modify Manager dialog box opens (Figure 5-6 [p. You can also modify the corresponding Trap Destination later. 5-22 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1.2. January 2007 . 8 Click the Modify Trap Destination button. If NO: Go to Step 11 [p. 5-21]). Note: Only the Community String and Enable Manager options can be edited. If YES: Continue with Step 7 [p. 4 5 Edit the community string in the Community String field. the SNMP Manager has a corresponding Trap Destination that shares the same name. Click the Enable Manager check box to either enable or disable the SNMP Manager.CHAPTER 5 SNMP Uplink Management Performing SNMP Manager Operations 3 Select Modify from the Operations menu. 5-22].

A check in the Enable Trap Destination check box means the Trap Destination is enabled. 5-23]). FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. if necessary. Figure 5-7: Modify Manager Dialog Box with Modify Trap Destination Area Note: Only the Community String and Enable Trap Destination options can be edited. and any modifications made to the Trap Destination (if applicable) appear in the Trap Destination tab table (see Figure 5-3 [p. and the dialog box closes.CHAPTER 5 SNMP Uplink Management Performing SNMP Manager Operations The Modify Manager dialog box expands to include an Modify Trap Destination area in the lower half of the dialog box (Figure 5-7 [p. 11 Click OK. Click the Enable Trap Destination check box to either enable or disable the Trap Destination. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 5-23 . The Modify SNMP Manager operation is executed. 9 10 Edit the community string in the Community String field. 5-12]). Any modifications made to the SNMP Manager appear in the Manager tab table (see Figure 5-2 [p. 5-14]).

Refer to Table 5-10 [p.5. The View Trap Destination button allows you to expand the View Manager dialog box to display the details of the corresponding Trap Destination. Figure 5-8: View Manager Dialog Box The View Manager dialog box is similar to the Add Manager dialog box. January 2007 . Like the Add Manager dialog box. use the following procedure: Step 1 2 3 Task In the SNMP Uplink Management window. To view the details of an SNMP Manager. the View Listener button is enabled.CHAPTER 5 SNMP Uplink Management Performing SNMP Manager Operations 5. If no corresponding Trap Destination exists. 5-17] for a description of the fields and controls shared by the Add and View Manager dialog boxes. Select View from the Operations menu. If the SNMP Manager selected for editing has a corresponding Trap Destination (with the same name).3 View SNMP Manager Details The View Manager dialog box (Figure 5-8 [p. select the Managers tab. the View Manager dialog box is also expandable. 5-24 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. Select the SNMP Manager from the Managers tab table (click once on the row). the View Trap Destination button is disabled. 5-24]) is used to view the details of an existing SNMP Manager. OR Click the View toolbar icon.

6. 5-33]). 5-26].3. using the View Trap Destination dialog box (refer to Section 5. 6 Click the View Trap Destination button. 5-21]). Note: The View Manager dialog box provides a read-only view of the selected SNMP Manager. If YES: Continue with Step 6 [p. 4 Is the SNMP Manager registered to a corresponding Trap Destination? HINT: If the View Trap Destination button is enabled. 5-25]. No operations are performed with this dialog box. You can also View the corresponding Trap Destination later. 5-26]. If NO: Go to Step 7 [p. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 5-25 . the SNMP Manager has a corresponding Trap Destination that shares the same name. 5 Do you want to view the details of the corresponding Trap Destination? The View Manager dialog box allows you to View the SNMP Manager and corresponding Trap Destination at once. 5-25]. View Trap Destination Details [p. If YES: Continue with Step 5 [p.CHAPTER 5 SNMP Uplink Management Performing SNMP Manager Operations The View Manager dialog box opens (Figure 5-6 [p. FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. If NO: Go to Step 7 [p.

January 2007 . Figure 5-9: View Manager Dialog Box with View Trap Destination Area Note: The View Trap Destination area provides a read-only view of the corresponding Trap Destination. 7 Click OK to close the View Manager dialog box. 5-26]).CHAPTER 5 SNMP Uplink Management Performing SNMP Manager Operations The View Manager dialog box expands to include an View Trap Destination area in the lower half of the dialog box (Figure 5-9 [p. 5-26 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1.

CHAPTER 5 SNMP Uplink Management Performing SNMP Manager Operations 5. select the Managers tab. a check box for deleting the corresponding Trap Destination is enabled. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 5-27 . 5-27]). Figure 5-10: Delete Manager Confirmation Dialog Box If the SNMP Manager selected for deletion has a corresponding Trap Destination (with the same name). The Delete Manager confirmation dialog box opens (Figure 5-10 [p. If NO: Go to Step 7 [p.5. use the following procedure: Step 1 2 3 Task In the SNMP Uplink Management window.4 Delete an SNMP Manager To delete an SNMP Manager. 5-28]. OR Click the Delete toolbar icon. 5-28]. Select Delete from the Operations menu. 4 Is the Delete Trap Destination check box enabled? If YES: Continue with Step 5 [p. FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. Select the SNMP Manager from the Manager tab table (click once on the row). If no corresponding Trap Destination exists. the check box is disabled.

A check mark appears in the Delete Trap Destination check box. 7 Click Yes to delete the SNMP Manager (and Trap Destination if applicable) and close the confirmation dialog box. 6 Click on the Delete Trap Destination check box. The SNMP Manager is removed from the Manager tab table. If NO: Go to Step 7 [p. January 2007 . and the corresponding Trap Destination (if applicable) is removed from the Trap Destination tab table. 5-28].CHAPTER 5 SNMP Uplink Management Performing SNMP Manager Operations 5 Do you want to delete the corresponding Trap Destination? If YES: Continue with Step 6 [p. 5-28 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. 5-25].

. . . . . . . View Trap Destination Details . . 5-14]) allows you to perform Trap Destination operations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CHAPTER 5 SNMP Uplink Management Performing Trap Destination Operations 5. . . It includes the following subsections: NO. . .6. . . . . . . Modify a Trap Destination . .1 Create a Trap Destination The Add Trap Destination dialog box (Figure 5-11 [p. . . .2 5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . This section provides procedures for creating and maintaining Trap Destinations. . Figure 5-11: Add Trap Destination Dialog Box FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. . . . . . . . . . . Delete a Trap Destination . The following procedures assume that the SNMP Uplink Management window is open. . . . . . . PAGE 5-29 5-32 5-33 5-34 The Trap Destination tab of the SNMP Uplink Management window (Figure 5-3 [p.6. . . . . . . . . 5-29]) is used to create a Trap Destination. . . . . . . . . . 5. . . . .1 5. . . . . . . .6. . . . . January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 5-29 . .6. . . . . . 5. . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 SUBSECTION Create a Trap Destination . . . .3 5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Performing Trap Destination Operations This section covers operations performed from the Trap Destination tab of the SNMP Uplink Management window. . .6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Adds the manager (and the listener if applicable) to the SNMP Uplink server and closes the Add Trap Destination dialog box. Text field to the right of the Address field for entering the port number. Radio button related to the Address field. Port Community String Enable Trap Destination OK Apply Reset Cancel Help To add a Trap Destination profile to SNMP Uplink Management. When IP Address is selected. the host name is used for address resolution. If IP Address is selected. 5-30] lists and describes the fields and controls on the Add Trap Destination dialog box. A check in the check box enables the Trap Destination. Drop-down list for selecting the SNMP version for trap encoding. Text field for entering the community string used by the manager when sending the requests. the IP address is entered in this field. Adds the manager (and the listener if applicable) to the SNMP Uplink server and clears data from the Add Trap Destination dialog box while leaving it open. 5-30 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. When Hostname is selected. Text field for entering either the host name or IP address of the host where the trap will be sent. use the following procedure: Step 1 Task In the SNMP Uplink Management window. If Hostname is selected. Table 5-11: Add Trap Destination Dialog Box Descriptions Field/Control Name SNMP Version Hostname IP Address Address Description Text field for entering the name of the manager.CHAPTER 5 SNMP Uplink Management Performing Trap Destination Operations Table 5-11 [p. select the Trap Destinations tab. Opens the online help pertaining to this dialog box. Radio button related to the Address field. Check box for determining whether the Trap Destination will be enabled or disabled when created. the IP address is used for address resolution. Traps are sent only to enabled Trap Destinations. Clears all data from the Add Trap Destination dialog box. The available choices are V2 or V1. the host name is entered in this field. Aborts the operation and closes the dialog box. January 2007 .

Click OK. The Add Trap Destination dialog box opens (Figure 5-11 [p. in the form of an IP address or host name. The add SNMP Trap Destination operation is executed. and the dialog box clears but remains open. If NO: Go to Step 12 [p. Do wish to add additional SNMP Trap Destination profiles? If YES: Continue with Step 10 [p. Select the SNMP version from the SNMP Version drop-down list. Select one of the following options: ■ Hostname—Host name of Trap Destination IP Address—IP address of Trap Destination ■ 6 Type the address. 5-31]. 5-31]. 11 Repeat Steps 3 [p. The add SNMP Trap Destination operation is executed. 5-29]). 5-31] through 10 [p. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 5-31 .CHAPTER 5 SNMP Uplink Management Performing Trap Destination Operations 2 Select Add from the Operations menu. OR Click the Add toolbar icon. 12 FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. Type the community string in the Community String field. 5-31] for each additional SNMP Trap Destination you want to add. 7 8 9 10 Click Apply. 3 4 5 Type the name of the Trap Destination in the Name field. Click on the Enable Listener check box to enable this SNMP Trap Destination profile. and the dialog box closes. in the left Address field and the port number in the right Address field.

6. if necessary. Select Modify from the Operations menu. Refer to Table 5-11 [p. 5-32]). Figure 5-12: Modify Trap Destination Dialog Box The Modify Trap Destination dialog box is similar to the Add Trap Destination dialog box.CHAPTER 5 SNMP Uplink Management Performing Trap Destination Operations 5. 5-30] for a description of the fields and controls shared by the Add and Modify Trap Destination dialog boxes. Note: Only the Community String and Enable option can be edited. Select the Trap Destination from the Trap Destination tab table (click once on the row). 5-32 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. 4 Edit the community string in the Community String field. use the following procedure: Step 1 2 3 Task In the SNMP Uplink Management window. To edit a Trap Destination. January 2007 . 5-32]) is used to modify existing Trap Destinations.2 Modify a Trap Destination The Modify Trap Destination dialog box (Figure 5-12 [p. OR Click the Modify toolbar icon. The Modify Trap Destination dialog box opens (Figure 5-12 [p. select the Trap Destinations tab.

6. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces 5-33 . select the Trap Destinations tab. To view the details of a Trap Destination. A check in the Enable Trap Destination check box means the Trap Destination is enabled. Any modifications made to the Trap Destination appear in the Trap Destination tab table (see Figure 5-3 [p. use the following procedure: Step 1 2 Task In the SNMP Uplink Management window. 5. Refer to Table 5-11 [p. 5-33]) is used to view the details of an existing Trap Destination. Select the Trap Destination from the Trap Destination tab table (click once on the row).3 View Trap Destination Details The View Trap Destination dialog box (Figure 5-13 [p. Figure 5-13: View Trap Destination Dialog Box The View Trap Destination dialog box is similar to the Add Trap Destination dialog box. 6 Click OK.CHAPTER 5 SNMP Uplink Management Performing Trap Destination Operations 5 Click the Enable Trap Destination check box to either enable or disable the Trap Destination. FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. and the dialog box closes. 5-14]). 5-30] for a description of the fields and controls shared by the Add and View Trap Destination dialog boxes. The Modify Trap Destination operation is executed.

Select the Trap Destination from the Trap Destinations tab table (click once on the row). Select Delete from the Operations menu. 4 Click Yes. No operations are performed with this dialog box. The Confirm Delete confirmation dialog box opens. 5-34 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1.4 Delete a Trap Destination To delete an Trap Destination. 4 Click OK to close the View Trap Destination dialog box. The View Trap Destination dialog box opens (Figure 5-6 [p.6. 5.CHAPTER 5 SNMP Uplink Management Performing Trap Destination Operations 3 Select View from the Operations menu. OR Click the Delete toolbar icon. The Trap Destination is removed from the Trap Destinations tab table. Note: The View Trap Destination dialog box provides a read-only view of the selected Trap Destination. OR Click the View toolbar icon. select the Trap Destinations tab. use the following procedure: Step 1 2 3 Task In the SNMP Uplink Management window. 5-21]). January 2007 .

. . . . . . TL1 Uplink Customization Properties . . . . .1 A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A CHAPTERS/APPENDIXES 1 Introduction 2 EML-NML Interface 3 TL1 Uplink Management 4 TL1 Uplink Administration 5 SNMP Uplink Management ➤ A TL1 Uplink Customization A. . . . . . . .2 Overview . . . . . . . A-2 A-2 TL1 UPLINK CUSTOMIZATION This appendix includes the following sections: NO. . SECTION PAGE FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. . . . . . January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces . . . . . .

As the number of instances per enabled link grows. A. This parameter sets that threshold.properties file. Table A-1: TL1 Uplink Customization Properties (1 of 2) Parameter default_instance_count disconnect_delay enable_pm_rept_events Description This parameter is the maximum number of communication sessions permitted in an uplink. This parameter is the number of user configurations that are available. This parameter is the maximum number of configured items the uplink supports. This parameter is the number of configured links that can be enabled at any one time. The default value is 40. This is the maximum number recommended. If values are changed to customize the TL1 Uplink feature. The default value is 20. some aspects of the feature may not match the documentation. max_configured_links max_enabled_links max_users netsmartid A-2 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1.properties file. The default value is SNC.properties file. Note: This practice assumes default values for the TL1UplinkServer. instance_warning The default value is 70 percent of default_instance_count.2 TL1 Uplink Customization Properties Table A-1 [p. January 2007 . A-2]. Note: Refer to FNC-1500-0050-110. Server Administration Guide. This parameter is the delay before actual disconnect during an involuntary disconnect. The value of this parameter determines whether the PM REPT events received from the NEs will be relayed to a TL1 uplink session. The default value is false. This is the maximum number recommended. for information on changing values in the TL1UplinkServer. The default value is 100.1 Overview The NETSMART® 1500 administrator can customize the TL1 Uplink feature by changing property values in the TL1UplinkServer. The default value is 1 second. A-2] lists and describes the parameters and default values in the TL1UplinkServer. This appendix lists those parameters and their default values in Table A-1 [p. This is the maximum number recommended. This parameter is the TID for the NETSMART 1500 Element Management System (EMS). Default Setting The default value is 10. Setting the parameter to true will enable this relaying.properties file.APPENDIX A TL1 Uplink Customization Overview A. a warning is issued when a threshold of instances has been crossed.

A value of 1 indicates that only unacknowledged faults are returned as part of the response. receiving_userids The default list is empty. The default value is 60 seconds. undeny uplink_port The default list is ACT-USER. A PM event will only be relayed to those TL1 uplink sessions in which an SNC logon (if any) is affected using one of these user ids. and SET-DAT. Setting it to false will relay PM events for all NEs. Setting this value to true will ensure that only PM REPT events for logged in NEs are passed on. and RTRV-HDR.rtrv_sncalm The default setting is 0. INH-DBREPT. A value of 0 indicates all responses (including faults that are acknowledged in the NETSMART 1500 EMS).APPENDIX A TL1 Uplink Customization TL1 Uplink Customization Properties Table A-1: TL1 Uplink Customization Properties (2 of 2) Parameter only_loggedin_nes Description The value of this parameter determines whether a user wants to see PM events only for those NEs that are logged in for that TL1 uplink session or for all NEs. The default is 2025. Default Setting The default value is false. INH-PMREPT. This parameter is the port the uplink application listens to for connections from remote Network Management Systems. tl1_comm_session_timeout tl1uplink. This value represents the amount of time allowed to pass between the establishment of a communication session and the initial TL1 session. FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. This is a comma separated list of TL1 uplink user IDs. The value of this parameter indicates whether all faults or only unacknowledged faults are returned as response to the RTRV-SNCALM command. This is a comma-delimited list of TL1 commands that cannot be put in an access control list (ACL). ALW-PMREPT. This is a comma-delimited list of TL1 commands that will be denied. systemdenied The default list is ALW-DBREPT. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces A-3 . CANC-USER.

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3-6 establishing 3-7 prerequisites 3-8 procedure 3-9 FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces .Index A access control list tab 3-49 ACL (access control list) TL1 Uplink applications 4-22 associating with uplink user/logon 4-24 cloning 4-25 creating 4-22 deleting 4-28 modifying 4-26 active uplinks table 3-32 ACT-USER 3-13 alarm filter adding 4-29 associating with uplink user/logon 4-32 deleting 4-36 modifying 4-34 tab 3-45 ALW-SNCMSG 3-14 E EML-NML 2-1 compliance statement 2-3 terminology 2-2 I IDL (interface definition language) 2-2 INH-SNCMSG 3-16 L log managing TL1 uplink 4-37 viewing TL1 uplink 4-37 logon management tab 3-40 C CANC-USER 3-15 communication session disconnecting 4-17 sessions table 3-33 community string defined 5-2 CORBA 2-2 N NML (network management layer) 2-2 NMS (network management system) 2-2 P pass-through session 3-2.

3-10 establishing 3-11 prerequisites 3-11 TL1 commands 3-10. January 2007 . 3-24. 3-13 ACT-USER 3-13 ALW-SNCMSG 3-14 CANC-USER 3-15 INH-SNCMSG 3-16 RTRV-HDR 3-17 RTRV-SNCALM 3-18 RTRV-SNCNE 3-20 RTRV-SYS 3-22 SNMP manager creating 5-16 defined 5-2 deleting 5-27 modifying 5-21 T TCP/IP connectivity 3-4 TL1 commands 3-6 TL1 messages autonomous 3-7 TL1 session disconnecting 4-18 TL1 uplink 3-2. 4-17 access control list tab 3-49 active uplinks table 3-32 adding 4-11 adding user/logon 4-3 administration 4-1 alarm filter 4-29 associating ACL with user or logon 4-24 associating alarm filter with uplink user/logon 4-32 changing properties A-2 communication session disconnecting 4-17 communication sessions table 3-33 configuration tab 3-35 deleting 4-21 I-2 External Interfaces NETSMART 1500 Version 5 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. R RTRV-HDR 3-17 RTRV-SNCALM 3-18 RTRV-SNCNE 3-20 RTRV-SYS 3-22 S servers configuring SNMP uplink 5-3 disabling SNMP uplink 5-4 starting SNMP uplink 5-4 SNC allow SNC messages 3-14 autonomous messages 3-11 inhibit SNC messages 3-16 retrieve NEs 3-20 retrieve SNC alarms 3-18 session 3-2. See SNC.Index TL1 uplink autonomous TL1 messages 3-7 TL1 commands 3-6 properties changing TL1 uplink management A-2 TL1 uplink management customizing A-2 operations 5-16 viewing details 5-24 SNMP request defined 5-2 SNMP uplink features 5-6 management 5-5 managers tab 5-12 server configuring 5-3 disabling 5-4 starting 5-4 terminology 5-2 trap destination operations 5-29 trap destinations tab 5-14 SNMP uplink server 5-3 assigning ports 5-3 subnetwork controller.

4-37 enabling/disabling user/logon 4-8 log 4-37 logon management tab 3-40 modifying 4-14 modifying user/logon 4-6 properties. customizing A-2 TCP/IP connection 3-4 terminology 3-3 TL1 session establishing 3-5 pass-through 3-6 table 3-34 uplink status tab 3-29 users and logons 4-2 viewing details 4-16 viewing log tab 3-52 window alarm filter tab 3-45 TMF (TeleManagement Forum) 2-2 TMF EML-NML 2-2.Index deleting user/logon 4-9 disconnecting 4-17 enabling/disabling 4-19 enabling/disabling log 4-19. defined 5-2 U uplink status tab 3-29 user/logon adding for TL1 uplink 4-3 deleting for TL1 uplink 4-9 enabling/disabling for TL1 uplink 4-8 modifying for TL1 uplink 4-6 FNC-1500-0050-410 Issue 1. January 2007 Fujitsu and Fujitsu Customer Use Only NETSMART 1500 Version 5 External Interfaces I-3 . 2-3 trap destination creating 5-29 defined 5-2 deleting 5-34 modifying 5-32 viewing details 5-33 trap.