RADview-SC/TDMoIP

Network Management System Service Center for TDMoIP Applications IPmux-11

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Contents
Chapter 1. Introduction 1.1 Overview of RADview FCAPS Model ................................................................ 1-1 1.2 System Level Operations ................................................................................... 1-1
Element Manager Window.......................................................................................1-1

1.3 Port Level Operations ....................................................................................... 1-4 Chapter 2. Fault Configuration 2.1 System Level ..................................................................................................... 2-1
Viewing Active Alarms .............................................................................................2-1 Viewing the History Log ...........................................................................................2-2 Clearing the History Log...........................................................................................2-3 Viewing Self Test Results ..........................................................................................2-4

2.2 Port Level.......................................................................................................... 2-4
E1/T1 Diagnostics ....................................................................................................2-4

Chapter 3. Configuration Management 3.1 System Level ..................................................................................................... 3-1
Configuring System Information ...............................................................................3-2 Configuring System Parameters ................................................................................3-3 Configuring Bundles.................................................................................................3-4 Configuring VLAN Parameters ..................................................................................3-6 System Commands ..................................................................................................3-7 Maintaining Manager List .........................................................................................3-9 Masking Traps........................................................................................................3-12 Telnet and Web Access..........................................................................................3-13 E1/T1 Port .............................................................................................................3-13 Ethernet Port .........................................................................................................3-19

3.2 Port Level........................................................................................................ 3-13

Chapter 4. Performance Monitoring 4.1 System Level ..................................................................................................... 4-1
Setting the Polling Interval........................................................................................4-1 Viewing Bundle Statistics..........................................................................................4-2 Viewing Bundle Current Statistics .............................................................................4-3 Viewing Intervals Statistics........................................................................................4-4

4.2 Port Level.......................................................................................................... 4-5
Viewing E1/T1 Statistics............................................................................................4-5 Viewing Ethernet Statistics........................................................................................4-9

Chapter 5. Configuring IPmux-11 for a Typical Application 5.1 Overview .......................................................................................................... 5-1
Application ..............................................................................................................5-1 Guidelines for Configuring Typical Application .........................................................5-1

5.2 Configuring IPmux-11, IPmux-14 Units ............................................................. 5-2
Configuring the IP Parameters ..................................................................................5-2 Configuring Manager List .........................................................................................5-3

5.3 Creating Circuits................................................................................................ 5-3
Creating Mesh Service Circuit ..................................................................................5-3 Creating Normal Service Circuit .............................................................................5-12

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................................. 3-15 3-17............................... 3-12 3-14...................... Active Alarm List ................... 5-1 5-2....................................... IPmux-11. VLAN Configuration Dialog Box ............ System Information Dialog Box.............................. 3-11 3-13.......................................... E1 Interface Parameters Dialog Box .................................................................................................................................................... 2-3............................................................................ 5-6 5-8....................................................................................................................... IPmux-11 E1 Interface Parameters...................................................... IPmux-11 Element Manager ...................... Polling Interval...................................................................... System Parameters Dialog Box.................................................................. 3-7 3-7... 3-3 3-3............................................................................... 3-2 3-2............. Bundles Table – Port Level ..................................... T1 Interface Parameters Dialog Box........................................................................................ 2-4 Loopback State Dialog Box................................. 4-7... 3-8 3-10............. Manual Circuit Dialog Box – General Parameters Tab............... 4-4.......................................................................................... Add Manager Dialog Box ......................................................................................................... 2-2.................................................................................................. 4-5.... Manual Circuit Dialog Box – Primary Circuit Tab ................................................ 3-19 3-19... 4-6.................... Reset Agent Confirmation Message......................... IPmux-14 Units Operating Opposite Each Other ............................................................................... Manager List.................................................... Bundle Connection Table ..................................... 5-4 5-6............................................................. 3-14 3-16...................... 4-3 Bundle Intervals Statistics...................................... 3-10 3-12....................... IPmux-14 E1 Interface Parameters........................................................................... 4-10 5-1.............................................................. Mesh Services Map....... 2-5......... Configuring Network Manager.................. Reset to Default Configuration Confirmation Message ............... 5-3 5-4............................................................................................... Interface Parameters Dialog Box – Network/User Port ............................................................... Element Manager – IPmux-11 .................. Change Manager Dialog Box ............................................. 3-4 3-4............. 3-8 3-9................... IPmux-14 Element Manager ....................................................................................................................................... 4-2 Bundle Current Statistics........................................ 5-9 ii RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual .... 4-3.................................... 5-8 5-10............................................................................................................................................................. Interface Information – Network/User Port ............... Masking Traps Dialog Box .......................................................... Delete LAN Table Confirmation Message .................. 4-5 Port Current Statistics ........................................................................... 5-5 5-7.......... Remove Bundle Connection.... 3-9 3-11............................................ Configuring Host IP Parameters for IPmux-11 ............................................................... 2-2 System Log Buffer......... Element Manager – IPmux-11 ............................................................... 3-6 3-6............................................................................. 2-5 3-1........................ 1-2 2-1......................................... 2-3 Clearing the Log Buffer Confirmation Message ......................................................... 4-1 Bundle Statistics ................................ 3-8 3-8................ 5-3 5-5.......................... 3-13 3-15................... 4-9 Interface Statistics Dialog Box ............Table of Contents List of Figures 1-1................................................................ 4-2............................................ 5-2 5-3... 2-4................................................. 3-5 3-5.......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3-20 4-1...................... 5-7 5-9.................................................................................................................................................. 4-6 E1/T1 Intervals Data ........ 3-18 3-18......................... Access Dialog Box ................. 2-4 Self Test Results...........................................................................................................

................................................................................. 5-16. Active Alarm Parameters .................... 5-2 RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual iii ................................... 2-3 2-3...................................................... 3-13 3-8.......................................... 5-17 Circuit List ........................ 5-24..................................................................... 4-3 Port Current Statistics Parameters – E1/T1. Bundle Configuration Table Parameters – Port Level................... 5-14 IPmux-14 Element Manager ...................................................... Loopback Parameters ........................... Bundle Connection Parameters .. Telnet and Web Access Parameters ........................................... Configuration Summary............................................................................ Manual Circuit Dialog Box – EP Param Tab . 5-15........................ 5-21......................................... 5-19.... 3-19 3-11.................................................................. 4-10 5-1............................................................................. 5-17....... 3-4 3-2....................................................................................... Port Level Management Options ........... 4-5............. Ethernet Interface Parameters..................................... 5-16 Normal Services Circuit Creation ...................................... Add Manager Parameters ...................................................................................... 3-11 3-6..... 3-12 3-7.............................................................................. 4-3..... System Log Buffer Parameters ........................................... 3-15 3-9.................. 3-5 3-3..................................................... 5-19 Manual Circuit Dialog Box – EP Param Tab ....................................... System Management Options ....... 1-4 2-1.......................................................................................................................................... 5-12 IPmux-11 Element Manager ........ 5-21 Circuit List ............... 5-20...................................................... 5-10 Mesh Services Map with Circuit between IPmux-11 and IPmux-14 .................................................................. Interface Information Table Parameters ....................................................................................... 5-13 IPmux-11 E1 Interface Parameters................................................ 5-20 Normal Service with Circuit............................................................................. 5-11 Normal Services Map .................................................................................................... VLAN Configuration Parameters ...... 4-2................................... 5-17 Manual Circuit Dialog Box – General Parameters Tab................................................ 3-10 3-5............................................................................ 5-23.............................................................................................. 3-18 3-10...................................................................................................................................................................................... 3-21 4-1................................................................................................................. 5-14.......... 5-18.................................................................................................................................. Manager List Parameters............................................ 4-2 Bundle Current Statistics Parameters.......................... 5-18 Manual Circuit Dialog Box – Primary Circuit Tab .................... 2-5 3-1................................ 1-2 1-2................. 5-22........................................................................ 4-4................................................................................ 4-6 Interface Statistics Parameters ........................................ E1/T1 Interface Parameters...... 2-2 2-2.........Table of Contents 5-11............................................ 5-13....................................... 5-11 Circuit List ............................................................................... 4-1 Bundle Connection Statistics .......................................................... 3-7 3-4............................................ Polling Interval................................................... 5-15 IPmux-14 E1 Interface Parameters.. 5-21 List of Tables 1-1..................................................... Masking Traps Parameters .... 5-25.. System Parameters ............. 5-12.............................................................................................................

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The Element Manager dialog box (Figure 1-1) appears allowing you to configure any of the elements listed.Chapter 1 Introduction 1. Accounting management – collects accounting data and generates network usage reports. The RADview solutions conform to ITU-T Telecommunication Management Network (TMN) recommendations for SNMP management systems. Security management – controls and restricts access to network resources.1 Overview of RADview FCAPS Model RADview provides a complete solution for monitoring and controlling IPmux–11. System Level Operations 1-1 . To configure an IPmux-11 via the element manager: • Select the node in the Service Center map and from the Configuration menu.. Performance management – continuously monitors network performance (QoS. isolates faults and initiates recovery actions. Focusing on the interface name (level) allows you to access the interface menus. select Element Manager. known as the FCAPS model: • • • • • Fault management – detects and correlates fault in network devices. configures. CoS) and resource allocation. 1.2 System Level Operations The element manager allows you to configure the device parameters. Configuration management – tracks configuration changes.. Element Manager Window The Element Manager window allows you to configure the IPmux-11 at different levels: • • System Port. installs and distributes software and configuration files across the network.

System Management Options Tasks – Configuration Configuring system information Dialog Box and Parameter Location System Information dialog box See Configuring System Information System Parameters dialog box See Configuring System Parameters Bundle ConnectionTable See Configuring Bundles VLAN Configuration dialog box See Configuring VLAN Parameters See Deleting LAN Table Path Configuration System Info… Configuration System Parameters… Configuration Bundle ConnectionTable… Configuration VLAN Configuration… Configuration System Commands Delete LAN Table Configuration System Commands Default Configuration Configuration System Commands Reset Configuration System Commands Poll Agent Configuring System Parameters Viewing Bundle Connection Table VLAN Configuration Deleting LAN table (only for versions ≥3.Chapter 1 Introduction RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Figure 1-1.00) Restoring default configuration See Resetting to Default Configuration See Resetting an Agent Resetting IPmux-11 configuration Polling the Agent See Polling the Agent 1-2 System Level Operations . Element Manager – IPmux-11 Table 1-1 lists the system management options for IPmux-11 in the Edit mode. Table 1-1.

) Tasks – Fault Viewing active alarms (only for IPmux-11) Viewing the history log Dialog Box and Parameter Location Active Alarm List See Viewing Active Alarms System Log Buffer See Viewing the History Log See Clearing the History Log Path Fault Alarms… Fault History Log List… Fault History Log Clear Path Diagnostics Self Test Results… Path Options Manager List… Options Masking Traps… Options Access… Path Statistics Polling Interval… Statistics Bundle Statistics… Clearing the history log Tasks – Diagnostics Viewing self test results Tasks – Options Establishing link between IPmux-11 and manager Masking traps Setting Telnet and Web Access Tasks – Statistics Setting polling interval Viewing bundle statistics Dialog Box and Parameter Location See Viewing Self Test Results Dialog Box and Parameter Location Manager List dialog box See Maintaining Manager List Masking Traps dialog box See Masking Traps Access dialog box See Telnet Access Dialog Box and Parameter Location Polling Interval dialog box See Setting the Polling Interval Bundle Current Graph dialog box See Viewing Bundle Statistics System Level Operations 1-3 . System Management Options (Cont.RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Chapter 1 Introduction Table 1-1.

3 Port Level Operations Table 1-2 lists the port level management options.Chapter 1 Introduction RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual 1. Configuring Ethernet Parameters Bundle dialog box See Configuring Bundles Dialog Box and Parameter Location Loopback State dialog box See Performing a Loopback Test Dialog Box and Parameter Location Path Configuration Interface Info… Configuration Parameters… Configuration Bundles… Path Diagnostics Loopback… Path Configuring bundles Tasks – Diagnostics Initiate a loopback Tasks – Statistics Ethernet Interface Viewing Ethernet interface statistics (only for Ethernet) E1/T1 Interface Viewing current statistics Viewing intervals statistics Interface Statistics dialog box See Viewing Ethernet Statistics Statistics Interface Statistics… Current Data See Viewing Current Statistics Intervals Data See Viewing Intervals Statisitics Statistics Current… Statistics Intervals … 1-4 Port Level Operations . Port Level Management Options Tasks – Configuration Viewing Interface Information (for Ethernet only) Setting parameters Dialog Box and Parameter Location Interface Information dialog box See Viewing Ethernet Interface Information Parameters dialog box See Configuring E1/T1 Parameters. Table 1-2.

.Chapter 2 Fault Configuration This section describes Fault Configuration operations for system and port levels. To view the Active Alarm List: • Fault > Alarms. 2. The Active Alarm list appears. Viewing Active Alarms The Alarms command enables you to view agent alarms from the time that the selected IPmux–11 was turned on or from the last time the active alarm list was cleared. System Level 2-1 ..1 System Level At system level you can: • • • • View active alarms View history log Clear history log View self test results.

2-2 System Level . Active Alarm Parameters Parameter Slot Port Alarm Possible Values/Remarks Slot The type of port T1/E1 The type of Alarm Port alarms: Far End LOF. Near End Loss of Signal. Near End Sending TS16 LOMF Viewing the History Log The History Log command enables you to display a history of alarms (up to 512 entries) that were sent from the selected IPmux–11 to the network management station. Active Alarm List Table 2-1. To view the History Log: • Fault > History Log > List… The System Log Buffer table appears. Near End LOF.Chapter 2 Fault Configuration RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Figure 2-1. Far End Sending AIS.

RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Chapter 2 Fault Configuration Figure 2-2. System Log Buffer Table 2-2. Description Possible Values/Remarks The number of the alarm in the Log Buffer Brief description of the alarm Up to 80 characters To view entries. A confirmation box appears. Click <Set> To print all the entries in the History Log: • Click <Print>. System Log Buffer Parameters Parameter No. Fault > History Log > Clear. System Level 2-3 . starting from a specific number. 3. in the History Log: 1. Clearing the History Log To clear the History Log: 1. Click <Start From…> 2. Select the starting number.

The Self Test Results dialog box appears displaying descriptions of detected faults. 2-4 Port Level . Click <OK> to confirm. Figure 2-4..Chapter 2 Fault Configuration RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual 2.2 Port Level At port level you can perform diagnostic tests for: • E1/T1 ports.. E1/T1 Diagnostics You can perform loopback tests for E1/T1 ports. Self Test Results 2. Figure 2-3. Clearing the Log Buffer Confirmation Message Viewing Self Test Results To view self test results obtained when the selected IPmux–11 was powered up: • Diagnostics > Self Test Results.

3. Disable Type of loopback test Internal. External. The loopback test is performed. External..RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Chapter 2 Fault Configuration Performing a Loopback Test To initiate a loopback test for an E1/T1 interface: 1. 2. Set the desired loopback test and click <Set>.. E1. Disable Port Level 2-5 . Loopback State Dialog Box Table 2-3. Loopback Parameters Parameter Port Type Current Loopback Loopback Possible Values/Remarks Port number of the interface. Figure 2-5. Diagnostics > Loopback. Click an E1/T1 port. The Interface Loopback dialog box appears (Figure 2-5). T1 Current loopback status Internal.

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1 System Level At system level you can: • • • • • • • • • • • Configure system information Configure system parameters Configure bundles Configure bundle components Configure signaling profile parameters Configure VLAN parameters Configure system commands Poll agent Configure managers Mask traps Enable Telnet and Web access. 3. System Level 3-1 .Chapter 3 Configuration Management This section describes the different configuration operations for system and port levels.

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Figure 3-1. Element Manager – IPmux-11

Configuring System Information
To set system information for the selected IPmux device: 1. Configuration > System Info... The System Information dialog box appears. 2. Enter the required settings. You can change the Name, Contact, Location, Date, and Time fields. 3. Click <Set> to implement the changes.

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Figure 3-2. System Information Dialog Box

Configuring System Parameters
To set system parameters for the selected IPmux device: 1. Configuration > System Parameters. The System Parameters dialog box appears. System Parameters differ depending on the different port combinations. Table 3-1 describes the different system parameters. 2. Configure the desired parameters. 3. Click <Set> to implement the changes.

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Figure 3-3. System Parameters Dialog Box Table 3-1. System Parameters
Parameter Default Gateway DHCP Mode Aging Time (sec.) Transmit Clock Source Possible Values / Remarks IP Address DHCP Mode Enabled, Disabled 10..450 (Default = 120) Source of the transmit clock Internal: Local clock source is used External: Recovered from the other interface network and used for data transmission on this interface Loopback: Transmit clock recovered from received data Adaptive: Adaptive clock regeneration Note: Field is disabled if activated circuit is connected.

Configuring Bundles
To view the bundle connection table: • Configuration > Bundle Connection Table… The Bundle Connection Table appears.

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Channel No. Bundle Jitter Buffer (tens of µsec) Possible Values/Remarks 1 1 1 Bundle name for selected channel.496 Depth of the jitter buffer (elastic buffer per link whose size is configurable in units of 10 micro seconds (µs). Unavailable. Local Fail. Name Next Hop Dest. Bundle Connection Parameters Parameter Slot No. Table will display one bundle name per line Connected. Disconnected (frames will not be sent from this channel) Connected.... Validation Fail. Standby Logical name or IP address of the destination IPmux Indicates IP address to which the Ehternet frame will be sent when the Dest.37.RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Chapter 3 Configuration Management Figure 3-4.. Bundle Connection Table Table 3-2. Name IP is not in the device subnet Bundle number in the destination IPmux device 1.2400 System Level 3-5 . Bundle Name Admin. Remote Fail.3200 T1: 0.37. Bundle No.. E1: 0. Disabled . Status Oper Status Dest.

Click <Remove> A warning message appears. The VLAN Configuration dialog box appears. Select a bundle in the Bundle Connection Table.7 Disable. Enable Throughput in bps To remove a bundle: 1..1440 (steps of 48) VLAN Tagging VLAN ID VLAN Priority OAM Connectivity Bundle Thoughput No. 2. TDM Bytes in Frame UDP payload (one-eight) length enabling reduction of Ethernet throughput...255 Configures IP ToS field in the IP frames transmitted by the device. Click <Yes> to confirm remove.4094 VLAN priority 0.. Yes VLAN ID 1. Table 3-3 lists the VLAN Configuration parameters. Configures the entire byte – not only the 3 ToS bits. E1/T1: 48. Remove Bundle Connection 3. ToS assignment applies to all TDM packets leaving IPmux. Configuring VLAN Parameters To set VLAN configuration parameters: • Configuration > VLAN Configuration. 3-6 System Level .Chapter 3 Configuration Management RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Table 3-2. Figure 3-5.) Parameter ToS Possible Values/Remarks IP ToS (Type of Service) assigned to this channel 0. Bundle Connection Parameters (Cont.

2. VLAN Configuration Parameters Parameter VLAN ID VLAN Name Network Port User 1 Port User 2 Port Bundle Manager Possible Values / Remarks 1 to 4094 VLAN Name Yes. Configuration > System Commands > Delete LAN Table.RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Chapter 3 Configuration Management Figure 3-6. No 1 IP Address System Commands The System Commands option allows you to: • • • Delete the LAN table Reset the IPmux to its default configuration Reset agent. Deleting LAN Table To delete the LAN Table: 1. VLAN Configuration Dialog Box Table 3-3. System Level 3-7 . Click <OK> to confirm. A confirmation message appears (Figure 3-7). No Yes. The Dynamic (MAC) LAN Table is deleted. No Yes.

Figure 3-9. Delete LAN Table Confirmation Message Resetting to Default Configuration To set the selected IPmux-11 to the default configuration: 1.Chapter 3 Configuration Management RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Figure 3-7. 2. 2. Reset to Default Configuration Confirmation Message Resetting Agent To reset the selected IPmux–11: 1. The default configuration replaces the current configuration. Click <OK> to confirm reset of the default configuration. Figure 3-8. Click <OK> to confirm. A confirmation message appears (Figure 3-8). IPmux–11 is reset. Reset Agent Confirmation Message Note The reset operation implements any changes made to the IPmux–11 configuration. A confirmation message appears (Figure 3-9). Configuration > System Commands > Reset. 3-8 System Level . Configuration > System Commands > Default Configuration.

.RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Chapter 3 Configuration Management Polling the Agent To poll the agent: • Configuration > System Commands > Poll Agent.. Figure 3-10. Manager List System Level 3-9 . Maintaining Manager List The Manager List command enables you to establish the actual link between the selected IPmux–11 device and the manager. The system is polled. The Manager List appears. To display the manager list: • Options > Manager List.

4094 0. Add Manager Dialog Box 3-10 System Level .7 To add an entry in the manager list: 1. Click <Set> to implement the changes.> The Add Manager dialog box appears (Figure 3-11). click <Add. No Access Ports Defines from which port this manager can configure the device. Enter the required settings. User2=4.. In the Manager List. Figure 3-11. User1=2.Chapter 3 Configuration Management RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Table 3-4. Values differ according to the ports combination: Network =1. 2. No 1.. 3... All (For Example: All ports = 7) VLAN Tagging VLAN ID VLAN Priority Yes. Note This option is not available if ten managers currently exist. Manager List Parameters Parameter Host Name Possible Values/Remarks 1 Manager IP Address IP address of the Network Management Station Mask Traps Indicates whether or not traps are masked by the system: Yes.

4094 0. the trap is enabled Yes. No 1. 3.. User2=4. Change the Mask Traps parameter. Select an entry in the Manager List and click <Change…> The Change Manager dialog box appears (Figure 3-12). Manager IP Address Access Ports Possible Values/Remarks Selected Host Name IP address of the selected entry Defines from which port this manager can configure the device. Values differ according to the ports combination: Network =1. Figure 3-12. Click <Set> to implement the changes.RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Chapter 3 Configuration Management Table 3-5. Add Manager Parameters Parameter Host Name. User1=2. Change Manager Dialog Box System Level 3-11 . No (unchecked) When checked... 2.7 To change an entry in the Manager List: 1. All (for example: All ports = 7) VLAN VLAN Tagging VLAN ID VLAN Priority Mask Traps Link Up/Link Down Alarm Status Yes (checked).

Chapter 3 Configuration Management RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual To remove an entry from the Manager List: • Select a row from the Manager List (Figure 3-10) and click <Remove>. The following traps can be selected manually: LOS. Select which traps to mask. Masking Traps The Masking Traps command enables you to select which traps should be masked. FEBE. AIS. LOF. Unchecked 3-12 System Level . Masking Traps Parameters Parameter Authentication Failure Possible Values/Remarks Selecting this checkbox disables the Authentication Failure trap. and then click <Set>. A message appears warning about possible disconnection of the manager during work. Masking Traps Dialog Box Table 3-6. or they can be selected individually. Local Connectivity. All traps can be selected or deselected for masking as a group. 2. Remote Connectivity Bundle Connection Bundle Connectivity Enables bundle connectivity Checked. Figure 3-13. Options > Masking Traps… The Masking Traps dialog box appears (Figure 3-13). To manually select traps for masking: 1. RDI.

Telnet and Web Access Parameters Parameter Telnet Access Possible Values/Remarks Enable/Disable accessing the device via Telnet Disable . 2. Figure 3-14. Options > Access… The Access dialog box appears (Figure 3-14). Access Dialog Box Table 3-7.no one is allowed to access the device via Web Enable .Only manager stations listed in the manager's list are allowed Enable/Disable accessing the device via Web browser Disable . To enable Telnet and Web access: 1.no one will be allowed to access the device via Telnet Enable .Only manager stations listed in the manager's list are allowed Web Access 3. you can configure parameter for: • • E1/T1 ports Ethernet ports.all users are allowed to access the device via Web Managers Only .RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Chapter 3 Configuration Management Telnet and Web Access The Access command allows you to enable Telnet and Web access. Configure Telnet and Web access and click <Set>. E1/T1 Port For E1/T1 ports. Port Level 3-13 .all users are allowed to access the device via Telnet Access Managers Only .2 Port Level At port level. you can configure: • • Interface parameters Bundles.

. Figure 3-15.Chapter 3 Configuration Management RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Configuring E1/T1 Parameters To display or configure E1/T1 parameters: 1. Click an E1/T1 port. 2. The E1 or T1 Interface Parameters dialog box appears (Figure 3-15 and Figure 3-16). E1 Interface Parameters Dialog Box 3-14 Port Level .. Configuration > Parameters.

Disable Source of the transmit clock Internal: Local clock source is used External: Recovered from the other interface network and used for data transmission on this interface Loopback: Transmit clock recovered from received data Adaptive: Adaptive clock regeneration Port Level 3-15 .RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Chapter 3 Configuration Management Figure 3-16. E1/T1 Interface Parameters Parameter Port Admin Status Transmit Clock Source Possible Values / Remarks E1. T1 Enable. T1 Interface Parameters Dialog Box Table 3-8.

10 Note: Only applicable for T1 ports. Framed-CRC-MF Unframed (G. -2. Framed-CRC.) Parameter Rx Sensitivity Possible Values / Remarks Determines the maximum attenuation of the receive signal that can be compensated for by the interface receive path Long Haul. Framed-MF. Not applicable when the Line Type is Unframed. For E1 ports: Framed (G. 534-655 Note: Only applicable for T1 ports with Line Mode DSU Transmit line gain 0. -. Algorithms to reduce the time required for the port to return to normal operation after a RED (LOF . 1. AMI Byte pattern of the data transmitted in the E1/T1 Framer idle timeslots 0 to FF Type of signaling used on the link None. It also affects the interpretation of the port performance statistics. Short Haul (only applicable for E1 ports) Line Type Line type affects the number of bits per second that the link can reasonably carry.5 Note: Only applicable for T1 ports with the Line Mode CSU Used to change the sync. B8ZS. Line Length (feet) Tx Gain (dB) Restore Time (sec) 3-16 Port Level . -5. CSU Note: Only applicable for T1 ports 0-133. E1/T1 Interface Parameters (Cont. 134-266. 400-533.Chapter 3 Configuration Management RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Table 3-8.704).5.703): Use when the data being transmitted is unframed For T1 ports: ESF: Extended SuperFrame D4: AT&T D4 format Unframed: Use when the data being transmitted is unframed Line Code (only applicable for T1 ports) Idle Code (not applicable when the Line Type is Unframed) Signaling Mode (only applicable for T1 ports) Line Mode Type of Zero Code Suppression used on the link B7ZS. 267-339.loss of frame synchronization) alarm. Robbed Bit T1 device operation mode DSU.

. then they are switched to '1' until out-of-service condition disappears Mark_Space = A and B bits are forced to '1' for 2. T1-ESF: 1.5 seconds after alarm detection E1..RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Chapter 3 Configuration Management Table 3-8.) Parameter OOS Signaling Possible Values / Remarks Defines the value to be sent as a signal after alarm detection: Space = both A and B signaling bits are forced to '0' during out-of-service periods Mark = both A and B signaling bits are forced to '1' during out-of-service periods Space_Mark = A and B bits are forced to '0' for 2.F T1-SF(D4): 1. Click an E1/T1 port.5 seconds. Port Level 3-17 . 2.4 Mark Signaling Code Trunk conditioning signal value after alarm detection E1. The Bundles Table appears. then they are switched to '0' until out-of-service condition disappears Space Signaling Code Space Signaling Code ..value to be sent as a signal during the first 2..5 seconds.. T1-ESF: 1. Configuration > Bundles.F T1-SF(D4): 1. Disable Configuring Bundles To view bundles for an E1/T1 port: 1. E1/T1 Interface Parameters (Cont..4 OOS Code AIS Transmit Trunk conditioning data pattern to be sent upon a DS0 fail Enable.

Unavailable. Local Fail. Click <Apply>. indicates the bundle has not been assigned to any TSs (timeslots) Connected. Bundles Table – Port Level Bundles are groups of timeslots. an E1 port has 31 (without MF) or 30 (with MF). Select a bundle from the Bundles Table and click Edit… 2. To select all available timeslots for the selected bundle: • Click <Select All>. Click the square beneath the timeslot number. Each bundle can be assigned to multiple timeslots. The Bundle Table displays the details of each bundle in the upper section of the table. 3. Remote Fail. Bundle Name Empty Bundle Bundle Status Time Slots Possible Values/Remarks Bundle number Name of the selected bundle When checked. Table 3-9. Validation Fail The timeslots and the bundles assigned to them. 3-18 Port Level . A T1 port has 24 timeslots that can be assigned to a bundle. while unassigned timeslots are marked with a gray box. and a representation of each timeslot with the bundle assigned to it in the lower section of the table. Timeslots with bundles assigned to them are marked with a dark blue box. Disabled. Bundle Configuration Table Parameters – Port Level Parameter Bundle No. Selected timeslots appear yellow.Chapter 3 Configuration Management RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Figure 3-17. To select an available timeslot: 1. but each timeslot can only have one bundle assigned to it.

. first delete the bundle from the Bundle Connection Table (Figure 3-4). Interface Information Table Parameters Parameter Port Type MAC Address Possible Values / Remarks NETWORK. Ethernet Port For Ethernet ports. Figure 3-18. and then return to the Bundle Table to select new parameters. 2. The Interface Information table appears. you can: • • View interface information Configure interface parameters. Viewing Ethernet Interface Information To display information about the Ethernet interface: 1. To edit such a bundle. Configuration > Interface Info. Note You cannot edit a bundle that has already been used to define a connection in the Bundle Connection Table (Figure 3-4). Interface Information – Network/User Port Table 3-10.RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Chapter 3 Configuration Management To remove all selected timeslots from the selected bundle: • Click <Clear All>. Click the Ethernet port.. USER ETH MAC Address Port Level 3-19 .

Interface Parameters Dialog Box – Network/User Port 3-20 Port Level . 2. Configuring Ethernet Parameters To set configuration parameters for the Ethernet interface: 1. 100 Status of the link: Connected. Figure 3-19. Note The User Ethernet rate will be the smaller value of User Rate Limit and (100–TDMoIP traffic). Interface Information Table Parameters (Cont. Configuration > Parameters.Chapter 3 Configuration Management RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Table 3-10. Click the User or Network Ethernet port. Half Duplex Transmission rate: 10. Not Connected According to wavelength and laser mode 1300nmSM or 1300nm (single mode/multimode) Note: Only for fiber optic Ethernet interface. The Network Ethernet Interface Parameters dialog box appears (Figure 3-19)... The User Ethernet Interface Parameters dialog box appears.) Parameter Mode Rate (Mbps) Status Interface Type Possible Values / Remarks Transmission mode: Full Duplex.

7 Default Type Rate Limit (Kbps) User Rate Limit VLAN Tagging Default VLAN Default VLAN Priority When Auto Negotiation is disabled and Max Capability Advertised is different from the capabilities of the LAN (i.. 32000. 512. Disabled for fiber optic Ethernet interface.7 For Rate Limit=16000: 2. Network ETH Checked (enabled). 10BASE-TX full duplex mode Only applicable when autonegotiation is disabled Disable.7 For Rate Limit=32000: 4. while LAN works in 10BaseT half duplex). 256.e. 4000.RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Chapter 3 Configuration Management Table 3-11. NMS will disconnect. Defines the maximum capabilities of the interface Only applicable when Auto Negotiation is enabled 10BASE-T half duplex mode. 10BASE-T full duplex mode. Max Capability = 100Bas-T full duplex. 10BASE-T full duplex mode.. 10BASE-T half duplex mode. Port Level 3-21 . 64000 Can be set if Rate Limit=Enable 0…100 Mbps VLAN Tagging Unmodified.7 For Rate Limit=64000: 6. Tag. Double Tag. 2000. 8000. 1000. 100BASE-TX half duplex mode. 10BASE-TX half duplex mode.. Unchecked (disabled) Note: Disabled for fiber optic Ethernet interface. 16000.. Untag Default VLAN 0. Ethernet Interface Parameters Parameter Port Type Auto Negotiation Max Capability Advertised Possible Values / Remarks User. 100BASE-TX full duplex mode Note: Working in half duplex mode is not optimal and might cause communication problems.

Chapter 3 Configuration Management RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual 3-22 Port Level .

Polling is always enabled when a Statistics graph is open. Setting the Polling Interval RADview updates displayed statistical data by polling the IPmux–11 at set intervals. After each poll. To set the polling interval: • Statistics > Polling Interval… The Polling Interval dialog box appears.1 System Level At system level you can: • • Set polling interval View bundle statistics. If polling is disabled. Polling Interval Table 4-1.Chapter 4 Performance Monitoring 4. Figure 4-1. System Level 4-1 . The Polling Interval command allows you to set the number of seconds between polls. Polling Interval Parameter Polling Interval (sec) Polling Enable Possible Values / Remarks Number of seconds between polls Selecting the checkbox enables polling when a Statistics dialog box is open. RADview automatically updates the information in the dialog box. RADview does not automatically update a Statistics dialog box.

Connected Logical name or IP address of the destination IPmux–11 Connected. Validation Fail Number of times frames were dropped because frames were received from the network with SN fields not equal to the last SN + 1 (or 2).Chapter 4 Performance Monitoring RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Viewing Bundle Statistics To display Bundle Connection Statistics: • Statistics > Bundle Connection Statistics. Remote Fail. Bundle Name Admin. Bundle Connection Statistics Parameter Slot CH Bundle No. State of the link Disconnected. Unavailable. Number of times frames were dropped because the receive buffer was in an underrun state. The buffer enters underflow state when: • Sequence errors occur • Flow underrun takes place due to PDV expiration • An overflow condition occurs. 4-2 System Level . Name Oper. Status Dest. The Bundle Statistics dialog box appears. Figure 4-2. Bundle Statistics Table 4-2. Status Sequence Errors Buffer Underflow Possible Values / Remarks 1 1 1 Bundle name for selected channel. Disabled. Local Fail. Table will display one bundle name per line.. Buffer Overflow Number of times that frames were droopped because the receive buffer exceeded the maximum allowed depth..

Bundle Name Time Elapsed (sec) Remarks For E1: 1 to 496 For T1: 1 to 384 Bundle name for selected channel Amount of time that has passed since the beginning of the current 15-minute interval 0.RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Chapter 4 Performance Monitoring Viewing Bundle Current Statistics To view the Bundle Current Table: • From the Bundle Statistics table (Figure 4-2). Figure 4-3. click <Bundle Current Statistics…>.899 Number of times frames were dropped because frames were received from the network with SN fields not equal to the last SN + 1 (or 2). Sequence Errors System Level 4-3 . The Bundle Current Statistics dialog box appears. Bundle Current Statistics Parameters Parameter Bundle No. Bundle Current Statistics Table 4-3..

Statistics from previous intervals for an E1/T1 port can be viewed in list or graph form.Chapter 4 Performance Monitoring RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Table 4-3. To view a list of statistics from previous intervals: • From the Bundle Statistics Table (Figure 4-2). The Bundle Intervals Statistics dialog box appears. click <Bundle Intervals Statistics…>. Delay Variation (10 µsec) Number of timesthat frames were droopped because the receive buffer exceeded the maximum allowed depth Maximum size of the buffer (in 10s of µsec) in the selected interval Viewing Intervals Statistics If more than one measurement interval has passed since the IPmux startup or reset. Bundle Current Statistics Parameters (Cont. The buffer enters underflow state when: • Sequence errors occur • Flow underrun takes place due to PDV expiration • An overflow condition occurs Buffer Overflow Max. you can view a selected 15-minute interval or cumulative totals of the data from the previous 24 hours in a graph or a table.) Parameter Buffer Underflow Remarks Number of times frames were dropped because the receive buffer was in an underrun state. 4-4 System Level .

2 Port Level At system level you can: • View E1/T1 statistics. Bundle Intervals Statistics The Bundle Intervals Data parameters are the same as the Bundle Current Data Parameters (Table 4-3) with the addition of information regarding Interval No. and its duration. Viewing E1/T1 Statistics Viewing Current Statistics Statistics for an E1/T1 port can be viewed in list or graph form.RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Chapter 4 Performance Monitoring Figure 4-4. 4. Port Level 4-5 .

. Port Current Statistics Parameters – E1/T1 Parameter Slot Port Current Data Time Elapsed (sec) Remarks 1 E1. T1 Each parameter displays the number of seconds of that particular type of error encountered by the E1/T1 interface during the current 15-minute interval Amount of time that has passed since the beginning of the current 15-minute interval 0 to 899 4-6 Port Level . Click an E1/T1 port. Port Current Statistics Table 4-4. Statistics > Current.Chapter 4 Performance Monitoring RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual To view a list of current error statistics for an E1/T1 port: 1.. 2. Figure 4-5. The Port Current Statistics dialog box appears.

For E1: Detected when a string of 512 bits contains fewer than three zero bits. ES will run for 10 seconds and stop SES Severely Errored Seconds 320 or more CRC error events. Errored Seconds A second containing one or mode of the following events: CRC error event.) Parameter LOS Remarks Loss of Signal failure Sync. For E1: Upon observing 255 contiguous pulse positions with no pulse of either positive or negative polarity. LED turns off during LOS For T1: Upon observing 192 contiguous pulse positions with no pulse of either positive or negative polarity. SEF (OOF) event. without AIS or SEF (framing bits errors) detection Note: Displayed when Line Type is E1-CRC. one or more SEF (OOF). Local alarm Sync. LOF (RED alarm) Loss of Frame. LED turns off during LOF Declared when an OOF defect persists for 2. In this condition. LED blinks during AIS For T1: Detected when an unframed "all 1" signal is received for 3 msec.RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Chapter 4 Performance Monitoring Table 4-4. (Signal is more than 30dB below nominal amplitude). or AIS OOF defect is the occurrence of framing bits error If SES is also effective at the same time. The system is unavailable after 10 continuous SES. or AIS. the sync. Port Current Statistics Parameters – E1/T1 (Cont.5 seconds and no AIS detect is present OOF defect is the occurrence of a framing bits error RAI Remote Alarm indication (also called YELLOW ALARM) An RAI pattern is received from the far end (user) when the far end framer enters a RED condition (Loss Of Frame). AIS ES UAS Port Level 4-7 . LOMF Loss of Framing sequence in timeslot 16 Valid in E1 MF mode only FEBE BES Number of FEBE (Far End Back Failure) seconds Bursty Errored Seconds (Errored second type B) A count of seconds with 2 up to 319 CRC error events. OOF defect is the occurrence of framing bits error Unavailable Seconds Number of seconds that the interface is unavailable. LED turns off Alarm Indication Signal – received from user Sync.

No intervals data. Click an E1/T1 port. you can view a selected 15-minute interval or cumulative totals of the data from the previous 24 hours in a graph or a table. removing any Severely Errored Seconds and grouping the result in 60-second groups (1 minute). the following message is displayed: “System is up less than 15 min. AR ESR SESR Availability Ratio Errored Seconds Ratio Severely Errored Seconds Ratio Viewing Intervals Statistics If more than one measurement interval has passed since the IPmux startup or reset.Chapter 4 Performance Monitoring RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Table 4-4. A Degrated Minute is such a group that the cumulative errors during the seconds within the group exceed 1 × 10-6 LCV Line Code Violation For T1: The sum of BPV and EXZ defects that occurred in a second. EXZ is the occurrence of a pulse of the same polarity as the previous pulse. The results of the previous intervals are displayed in the Errors Statistics Intervals table below.” 4-8 Port Level . The Port Intervals Statistics dialog box appears. BPV is the occurrence of a zero string greater than 15 (for AMI) or 7 (for B8ZS). Note If system is running less than fifteen minutes. (Two consecutive bipolar violations of the same polarity).) Parameter DM Remarks Degraded Minutes A Degraded Minute is determined by collecting all of the Available Seconds.. For E1: Count the number of code violations. Statistics > Interval.. Port Current Statistics Parameters – E1/T1 (Cont. To view a list of statistics from previous intervals: 1. Statistics from previous intervals for an E1/T1 port can be viewed in list or graph form. 2.

RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Chapter 4 Performance Monitoring Figure 4-6.. Statistics > Interface Statistics. and its duration.. 2. The Ethernet Interface Statistics dialog box appears. Click the User or Network Ethernet interface. Viewing Ethernet Statistics To view Ethernet interface statistics: 1. Port Level 4-9 . E1/T1 Intervals Data The parameters for the Error Statistics Intervals Table are the same as for the Error Statistics Parameters – E1/T1 (Table 4-4) with the addition of information regarding Interval No.

Network ETH 4-10 Port Level . Interface Statistics Parameters Parameter Port Type Received from Ethernet Frames Octets Alignment Error Frames FCS Error Frames Oversize Frames Fragments Jabber Dropped Frames CRC Error Frames Transmitted to Ethernet Frames Octets Collision Total number of frames successfully transmitted Total number of octets successfully transmitted Best estimate of the total number of collisions on Ethernet segment Number of correct frames received Number of octets received Number of frames received with alignment errors (for one LAN only) Number of frames received with CRC errors (for one LAN only) Number of frames that are too long. Interface Statistics Dialog Box Table 4-5. and CRC is valid Number of frames that are shorter than 64 bytes and have an invalid CRC Number of frames that are too long and have an invalid CRC Number of dropped frames due to delivery problems The number of good frames with invalid CRC Possible Values / Remarks User.Chapter 4 Performance Monitoring RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Figure 4-7.

157. IP Configuration – Setting the device host IP address and the manager IP address.17. IPmux-14 Units Operating Opposite Each Other Guidelines for Configuring Typical Application Certain guidelines are relevant to this application. In general. 3. 2. there are four basic configuration steps (described below) that need to be followed when deploying any IPmux unit.11 Ethernet Switch IPmux-14 Adaptive Clock 172.14 E1 PBX Internal Clock PBX Receive Clock 172. Overview 5-1 .100 Network Management Station Figure 5-1.17. etc.1 Overview Application The section provides detailed instructions for configuring an IPmux-11 unit operating opposite an IPmux-14 unit (see Figure 5-1). 5. 1. E1 IPmux-11 Loopback Clock 172.157.17. Creating a circuit via the Service Center.Chapter 5 Configuring IPmux-11 for a Typical Application This chapter provides detailed instructions for setting up a typical application using two IPmux units. Physical layer configuration – Setting the TDM parameters (line type.) according to the application requirements and topology. IPmux-11. clocking.10.

255. Save the changes.704 CRC-4 enabled • CAS: disabled IPmux-14 • Transmit clock source: Loopback • Line type: Framed G.157. except for defining different host IP addresses. IPmux-14 Units ..17. Configuring Host IP Parameters for IPmux-11 5-2 Configuring IPmux-11.157. Configuring the IP Parameters IP parameters are configured via the terminal application..17. Configuration Summary Device IPmux-11 E1 Parameters • Transmit clock source: adaptive • Line type: Framed G. Configuration>System>Host IP 1.157.0..255.704 CRC-4 enabled • CAS: disabled Host IP address: 172.17. DHCP 5. The configuration procedure is similar for both units.17.menu.157. Display the Host IP menu (Configuration > System > Host IP).0) . different clocking modes and different destination IP address for the bundle connection.157.14 2.Chapter 5 Configuring IPmux-11 for a Typical Application RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Table 5-1.0) (Disable) Figure 5-2.2 Configuring IPmux-11.0. IPmux-14 Units This section explains how to configure the IPmux units. (255. !-main menu. Default gateway 4.. &-exit 1 Mngr/s > . To configure the host IP parameters: 1..14 Bundle 1 Timeslots in bundle: 1–10 Bundle 1 of IPmux-14 IP Parameters Host IP address: 172. (0.11) . IP address 2.17. DHCP Status > Please select item <1 to 5> ESC-prev. and configure the IP address and mask of the host: IPmux-11 host IP address – 172. IP mask 3.11 IPmux-14 (B) host IP address – 172. (172..11 Bundle Parameters Bundle 1 Timeslots in bundle: 1–10 Bundle Connection Bundle 1 of IPmux-11 5.

3 Creating Circuits In the Service Center application. !-main menu.10. &-exit . Creating Mesh Service Circuit Figure 5-4. Save the changes. Manager location 3. VLAN tagging > Please select item <1 to 5> ESC-prev. Alarm trap 5. circuits can be created for Mesh and Normal Services.17. Mesh Services Map Creating Circuits 5-3 . Link up/down trap 4. 2. Configuring Network Manager 5.17. Manager IP address 2. Configuration>System>Management>Manager list 1.menu.RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Chapter 5 Configuring IPmux-11 for a Typical Application Configuring Manager List To configure the manager list: 1..100) > (Network-Eth1) (Disable) (Disable) (Disable) 1 Mngr/s Figure 5-3.10. (172. and enter IP parameters for the network manager station: NMS IP address – 172. Display the Manager List menu (Configuration > System > Management > Manager list).100 Manager location – Network-Eth1. Both processes are outlined below..

The Interface Parameters dialog box appears (Figure 5-6).. 3.. Click <Set>. 5. 4. The Element Manager appears.11) in the Mesh Services Map (Figure 5-4). Double click on the desired IPmux-11 source (172.Chapter 5 Configuring IPmux-11 for a Typical Application RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Defining E1 Parameters To configure E1 parameters for the source IPmux-11: 1.17. Select the following parameters: Transmit Clock Source= Adaptive Line Type = Framed-CRC.157. Select CH1. Figure 5-5. From the Configuration menu. IPmux-11 Element Manager 2. select Parameters. 5-4 Creating Circuits .

11) in the Mesh Services Map (Figure 5-4).RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Chapter 5 Configuring IPmux-11 for a Typical Application Figure 5-6. Creating Circuits 5-5 .157. IPmux-11 E1 Interface Parameters To configure E1 parameters for the destination IPmux-14: 1. The Element Manager appears.17. Double click on the desired IPmux-11 destination (172.

5. Select the following parameters: Transmit Clock Source = Loopback Line Type = Framed-CRC. select Parameters. The Interface Parameters dialog box appears (Figure 5-8). 5-6 Creating Circuits . 3. Select CH1. Click <Set>. From the Configuration menu... 4. IPmux-14 Element Manager 2.Chapter 5 Configuring IPmux-11 for a Typical Application RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Figure 5-7.

right click and drag a line between the source IPmux-11 (172.157. select the source for the circuit. The Manual Circuit Configuration dialog box appears.11) and IPmux-14 (172. Creating Circuits 5-7 .17.12.157.11) and destination IPmux-14 (172.14): 1.RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Chapter 5 Configuring IPmux-11 for a Typical Application Figure 5-8.157.157. While holding down the CTRL key.14). IPmux-14 E1 Interface Parameters Creating Circuit To create a circuit between IPmux-11 (172.17. 2.17.11). On the Services Map.157. In this example it is the IPmux-11 (172.12.

Click on the Primary Circuit Tab (Figure 5-9) and configure the following parameters: Line Type = Framed-CRC TDM Bytes in Frame = 48 OAM Connectivity = Enabled (checked). 5-8 Creating Circuits . Click on the General Tab (Figure 5-9) and configure the following parameters: Connection Type = E1 Connection Bandwidth = 10xTs. 4.Chapter 5 Configuring IPmux-11 for a Typical Application RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Figure 5-9. Manual Circuit Dialog Box – General Parameters Tab 3.

Manual Circuit Dialog Box – Primary Circuit Tab 5.RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Chapter 5 Configuring IPmux-11 for a Typical Application Figure 5-10. Click on the EP Param Tab (Figure 5-11) and configure the following parameters: Jitter Buffer = 500 Creating Circuits 5-9 .

5-10 Creating Circuits . The circuit is created and appears on the Mesh Services Map. Click <No>. A message appears asking you if you want to create another circuit. Manual Circuit Dialog Box – EP Param Tab Save Circuit Parameter Settings To save parameter settings: • In the Manual Circuit Dialog Box. click <Set>.Chapter 5 Configuring IPmux-11 for a Typical Application RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Figure 5-11.

RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Chapter 5 Configuring IPmux-11 for a Typical Application Figure 5-12. Figure 5-13. Click on the link in the Services Map (Figure 5-12). Right click and select Circuit List… The Circuit List appears. 2. Creating Circuits 5-11 . Circuit List 3. Click <Parameters…> The Manual Circuit Parameters dialog box appears. Mesh Services Map with Circuit between IPmux-11 and IPmux-14 Displaying Circuit Parameters To display circuit parameters: 1.

157. In our example.11) in the Central Site (Figure 5-14).17. Double-clicking on the Branch and Central Sites opens the site windows.Chapter 5 Configuring IPmux-11 for a Typical Application RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Creating Normal Service Circuit Normal Services have Branch and Central Sites. The Element Manager appears. Normal Services Map Defining E1 Parameters To configure E1 parameters for the source IPmux-11: 1. Figure 5-14. Double click on the desired IPmux-11 source (172. 5-12 Creating Circuits . IPmux-11 is located in the central site and IPmux-14 is located in the branch site.

Click <Set>. 5. Select CH1. select Parameters. Creating Circuits 5-13 .. Select the following parameters: Transmit Clock Source = Adaptive Line Type = Framed-CRC. 3. From the Configuration menu.RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Chapter 5 Configuring IPmux-11 for a Typical Application Figure 5-15. The Interface Parameters dialog box appears (Figure 5-6). IPmux-11 Element Manager 2. 4..

157.11) in the Branch Site (Figure 5-14).Chapter 5 Configuring IPmux-11 for a Typical Application RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Figure 5-16. 5-14 Creating Circuits .17. IPmux-11 E1 Interface Parameters To configure E1 parameters for the destination IPmux-14: 1. The Element Manager appears. Double click on the desired IPmux-11 source (172.

5.. select Parameters. The Interface Parameters dialog box appears (Figure 5-8). Click <Set>. Select CH1. IPmux-14 Element Manager 2.. Creating Circuits 5-15 .RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Chapter 5 Configuring IPmux-11 for a Typical Application Figure 5-17. Select the following parameters: Transmit Clock Source = Loopback Line Type = Framed-CRC. From the Configuration menu. 3. 4.

12. In this example it is the IPmux-11 (172.11) and the IPmux-14 (172. On the Central Site.17. IPmux-14 E1 Interface Parameters Creating Circuit To create a circuit between the IPmux-11 (172. select the source for the circuit.12.157.17. 2. A circuit is created between the two sites and appears with a dotted line.157.157.157. right click the mouse and drag a line between the source IPmux-11 (172.11). 5-16 Creating Circuits .11) and destination IPmux-14 (172.14): 1.Chapter 5 Configuring IPmux-11 for a Typical Application RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Figure 5-18.17. While holding down the CTRL key.157.14) (located in Branch Site).

Circuit List 3. Creating Circuits 5-17 . Click <Create…>. Right click and select Circuit List… The Circuit List dialog box appears. 2. The Manual Circuit Configuration dialog box appears. Figure 5-20.RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Chapter 5 Configuring IPmux-11 for a Typical Application Figure 5-19. Select the circuit by clicking on its line in the Normal Services Map. Normal Services Circuit Creation To configure circuit parameters: 1.

Chapter 5 Configuring IPmux-11 for a Typical Application RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Figure 5-21. Click on the General Tab (Figure 5-21) and configure the following parameters: Connection Type = E1 Connection Bandwidth = 10xTs 5. Manual Circuit Dialog Box – General Parameters Tab 4. Click on the Primary Circuit Tab (Figure 5-22) and configure the following parameters: Line Type = Framed-CRC TDM Bytes in Frame = 48 OAM Connectivity = Enabled (checked) 6. Select Central and Branch Sites 5-18 Creating Circuits .

Click on the EP Param Tab (Figure 5-23) and configure the following parameters: Jitter Buffer = 500. Creating Circuits 5-19 .RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Chapter 5 Configuring IPmux-11 for a Typical Application Figure 5-22. Manual Circuit Dialog Box – Primary Circuit Tab 7.

5-20 Creating Circuits . The circuit is created and appears on the Normal Services Map. click <Set>. Manual Circuit Dialog Box – EP Param Tab Save Circuit Parameter Settings To save parameter settings: • In the Manual Circuit Dialog Box.Chapter 5 Configuring IPmux-11 for a Typical Application RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Figure 5-23. A message appears asking you if you want to create another circuit. Click <No>.

2.RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual Chapter 5 Configuring IPmux-11 for a Typical Application Figure 5-24. Circuit List 3. Normal Service with Circuit Displaying Circuit Parameters To display circuit parameters: 1. Click on the link in the Services Map (Figure 5-24). Figure 5-25. Click <Parameters…> The Manual Circuit Parameters dialog box appears. Right click and select Circuit List… The Circuit List appears. Creating Circuits 5-21 .

Chapter 5 Configuring IPmux-11 for a Typical Application RADview-SC/TDMoIP IPmux-11 User’s Manual 5-22 Creating Circuits .

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