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Fiber Service Platform 150CCf-825


(FSP 150CCf-825)
FSP 150CCf-825 Release 2.1

Quick Start Guide


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FSP 150CCf-825 Quick Start Guide

1.1

Introduction

This document provides step by step procedures to help you locally provision the FSP
150CCf-825 Network Interface Device (NID) to a simple back-to-back configuration. When the
procedures in this document have been completed, the FSP 150CCs will be provisioned from
its default configuration to the following configuration (see Figure 1):
back-to-back FSP 150CCs on a desk-top (no wall or rack mounting)
FSP 150CC IP address provisioned
Minimum required system and WAN interface provisioning
New users, including new super user
VLAN-based WAN management tunnel with PPP layer 2 protocol, DHCP disabled and
RIP V2 packets enabled
Management LAN port disabled at the SNE (Subtending Network Element)
LAN port(s) configured in Transparent EVC (Ethernet Virtual Circuit) mode
SNMP provisioned to enable remote alarm monitoring
Figure 1 Simple Back-to-Back Configuration Supported in This Document
GNE
FSP 150CC #1
LAN(s)

PSU1

PSU2
Status

Management
Critical

Status

Major

100 240V AC

Etherjack

RS 232

Minor
Status

Access

Network

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2
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1

SNE
FSP 150CC #2

WAN
Lk Rate

Lk Rate

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Lk Rate

PSU1

PSU2
Status

Active
2
1

Management
Critical

Status

Major

100 240V AC

Etherjack

Minor
Status

Access

Network

4
3
2
1

LAN
1

RS 232

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Lk Rate

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Lk Rate

LAN(s)

Active
2
1

RIP Enabled
Management Tunnel
GNE = Gateway Network Element
SNE = Subtending Network Element

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All other features will utilize the system default configuration. If your desired configuration
varies from this basic configuration, then provisioning is required. If this is the case, refer to the
FSP 150CCf-825 Installation and Operations Manual for provisioning data and procedures.
For CLI provisioning and CLI command structure information, refer to the FSP 150CCf-825
Etherjack OS (EOS) Command Line Interface Handbook.

Firmware Release Levels Supported in This Release


This version of the FSP 150CCf-825 Quick Start Guide is applicable to the FSP 150CCf-825
software release 2.1. This version of FSP 150CCf-825 is compatible with the nVision Network
Management System software release 9.0 or greater.

Audience
The reader must have sufficient knowledge of the following when using this document:
IP addressing
WAN facility provisioning requirements
LAN EVC provisioning requirements
fiber handling and cleaning procedures (if connecting fiber cables)
power handling and connection procedures (if connecting DC power)

Obtaining Technical Assistance


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for ADVA Optical Networking AG products through your ADVA Optical Networking distribution
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To display ADVA Optical Networkings Technical Support web site that includes all contact
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ADVA Optical Networkings service options include:
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1.2

Physical Installation

The FSP 150CC installation requires that you establish WAN facility connections between your
local and remote sites, or between your local site and the telco. After your end-to-end
connection has been installed, you are ready to install the FSP 150CCf-825.
The FSP 150CCf-825 is designed for deployment in both customer premises and CO
locations. Wall mount and rack mount brackets, as well as power options, may be ordered
separately. Refer to the FSP 150CCf-825 Installation and Operations Manual for power and
mounting ordering options.

1.2.1 Power Options and Wiring


The following provides power supply requirements as well as instructions for installing the
power and cabling for the FSP 150CCf-825. Refer to the FSP 150CCf-825 Installation and
Operations Manual and the following information for determining PSU and/or power adapter
cabling requirements for your site.

Power Requirements
The system is powered by dual AC and/or DC Power Supply Units (PSUs). PSUs can be of
similar type or mixed, and are hot swapable. It can be equipped with two AC modules, two DC
modules, or one of each. They are physically accessed at the front of the unit and source
connections are located on the front of each PSU module.
Optionally, a third possible power source, an external AC to 12 VDC power converter, may be
used. The 12 VDC power converter may be used alone, or mixed with AC and/or DC power
supply modules. It is physically connected at the rear of the unit. AC power converters may be
ordered separately for North American and international location.
If an external AC power converter and/or one PSU module fails - or its input source fails, the
remaining module continues to power the system without interruption to system function.
Note: The power supplies are not designed to operate in load-sharing mode.

AC Supply
The system operates with an AC source fused at 15A, with the voltage range specified in ANSI
specification C84.1-1989, Voltage Ratings (60 Hz) for Electric Power Systems Equipment,
Range B. The FSP 150CCf-825 can tolerate any frequency within the range of 60 (+/-3) Hz for
North American applications, and the range of 50 (+/-3) Hz for European applications. The
maximum power consumption from the 230 VAC supply is 40W.

DC Supply
The DC power connector is a 3-pin socket (Battery, Return, Frame Ground) which includes a
mated connector, providing protection against improper (reversed polarity) connection at the
NID. The maximum power consumption from the -48 VDC supply is 40W. External fuse rating
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is 5A.
The FSP 150CCf-825 operates properly when supplied with minimum and maximum operating
voltages for North American and International applications, as shown in Table 1-1.
Table 1-1 Minimum and Maximum Operating Voltages
Nominal Voltage

Minimum
Maximum
Minimum
Maximum
Operating Voltage Operating Voltage Abnormal Voltage Abnormal Voltage

-48

-40.5

-57.0

-60.0

-60

-50

-72

-75

External AC to 12 VDC Power Converter


The system also provides an optional AC to 12 VDC converter input on the rear panel,
externally fused at 15A. North American and International versions are available (see the FSP
150CCf-825 Installation and Operations Manual for converter options and part numbers).

Connect Cables and Apply Power


For all FSP 150CCf-825 installations, you will need the proper PSU, power cables and/or
power adapter for your site, and cabling related tools and supplies, as required by local
practices. For DC powered FSP 150CCf-825 power supply units, you will need the following
items for this procedure:
Screwdriver
Wire wrap tool
Wire cutters
Wire strippers
Volt meter
Fuse panel
Other power related tools and supplies as required by local practices
For optical cabling installation, you will need the following items for this procedure:
Optical Power Meter
Fiber Cleaner
Small Form-factor Plug-ables (SFPs), as required
If required, refer to the FSP 150CCf-825 Installation and Operations Manual for connector
and LED descriptions when performing the following procedure.
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Procedure
Mount the FSP 150CC to a Wall or Rack, as required
Step 1

For desktop or communications closet installations, go to the next step. Otherwise,


mount the FSP 150CCs, as required. Mounting adapters are provided for mounting
to a wall, 19 rack or 23 rack. Refer to FSP 150CCf-825 Installation and
Operations Manual for detailed procedures.
If additional FSP 150CCs are to be stacked above each other, are installed above heat
producing components, or are installed below heat sensitive components, some FSP
150CC variants require that heat deflector(s) are installed. Install air deflector(s) as
described in Table 2.
Table 2 Air Flow Requirements for the FSP 150CCf-825
Air Flow Requirements

Multiple units may be stacked up to 5 rows high in an environmentally controlled


environment, such as a Central Office. A heat deflector should be installed between
every 5 rows of FSP 150CC NIDs. If it is necessary to install 5 rows of NIDs above other
heat producing components, it is recommended that a heat deflector is installed below
the NIDs. If it is necessary to install heat sensitive equipment above 5 rows of NIDs, it
is recommended that a heat deflector is installed above the NIDs.

Insert SFPs, Run and Connect Power Cables


Step 2

Connect the ground cable, as required.

Step 3

If using optical WAN/LAN interfaces: Obtain the proper SFP (Small Form-factor
Plug-able), and insert it/them into the optical port(s).

Step 4

Determine the next step.


Current Status

Then

Does/will the FSP 150CCf-825 include a DC power


supply unit?

Continue with the next step.

Does/will the FSP 150CCf-825 NOT include a DC


power supply unit?

Go to Step 17.

DANGER Avoid the risk of electrical shock. Follow local procedures for working with
electrical power. High voltage may be present in the following tasks. Shut off the power
from the power source or turn off the circuit breakers before proceeding. Use properly
insulated tools when working with power connections. Do not allow any metal objects
to connect across power terminals.

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Step 5

Verify that the office DC power supply is set up to deliver the correct operating voltage
to the FSP 150CCf-825 (between -40.5 and -72 VDC). Verify that the correct fuse or
breaker (5 A rating) is installed at the power supply source and that power is turned
off. Repeat for a second DC power supply source, if present.

Step 6

Using a volt meter, measure the voltages at the source power supply terminals. Verify
that no voltage is present. Repeat for a second DC power supply source, if present.

Step 7

Run the DC power cables (shipped with the power supply unit) from the FSP
150CCf-825 to the office battery terminals. Dress the power cables. Repeat for a
second DC power supply unit, if present.

Step 8

Remove the blank PSU front panel, then insert the DC power supply unit into the front
panel. Repeat for a second DC power supply unit, if present. If the second PSU slot
is unused, ensure that a blank PSU card is inserted into the slot. Tighten the thumb
screws on both PSU slots.

Step 9

Connect the green Frame Ground wires to the Frame Ground terminal. Repeat for
a second DC power supply unit, if present.

Step 10 Connect the black Office Return wires to the RTN DC power supply terminals.
Repeat for a second DC power supply unit, if present.
Step 11 Connect the red Office Battery wires to the BATT DC power supply terminals. Repeat
for a second DC power supply unit, if present.
Step 12 Verify that all power terminal connections are tight and that no strands of wire are
shorting terminals together. Repeat for a second DC power supply unit, if present.
Step 13 Reconnect the office power source (reinstall fuses, reset breakers or turn on supply).
Repeat for a second DC power supply unit, if present.
Step 14 Use a volt meter to verify the A side power and ground at the power terminals. Ensure
that the voltage between BATT and RTN terminals measures between -40.5 and -72
VDC. Repeat for a second DC power supply unit, if present.
Step 15 Using a volt meter, measure the voltage between RTN and Frame GND terminals.
Verify that 2 VDC or less is present. Repeat for a second DC power supply unit, if
present.
Step 16 Connect the power cables to FSP 150CCf-825 front connectors (red wire / connector
release tab oriented at the bottom). Repeat for a second DC power supply unit, if
present.
The power supply Status LED should illuminate green. During the power cycle, the
front panel Status LED will illuminate red for approximately 1 minute, then will change
to solid green.

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Step 17 Determine the next step.


Current Status

Then

Does/will the FSP 150CCf-825 include an AC power


supply unit at the front panel?

Continue with the next step.

Does/will the FSP 150CCf-825 NOT include an AC


power supply unit at the front panel, but a 12 VDC
rear connector power adapter will be used?

Go to Step 22.

Only DC power will be used in this installation?

Go to Step 23.

Step 18 Run the AC power cable (shipped with the FSP 150CCf-825 power supply unit) from
the FSP 150CCf-825 to the AC power outlet, externally fused at 15A. Dress the power
cables. Repeat for a second AC power supply unit, if present.
Step 19 Remove the blank PSU front panel, then insert the AC power supply unit into the front
panel. Repeat for a second AC power supply unit, if present. If the second PSU slot
is unused, ensure that a blank PSU card is inserted into the slot. Tighten the thumb
screws on both PSU slots.
Step 20 Insert the power cable into the PSU front connector. Then insert the power cable into
the AC power outlet. Repeat for a second AC power supply unit, if present.
The power supply Status LED should illuminate green. If AC power is the only power
source: During the power cycle, the front panel Status LED will illuminate red for
approximately 1 minute, then will change to solid green.

Step 21 Determine the next step.


Current Status

Then

Will a rear accessible 12 VDC power adapter be


used?

Continue with the next step.

No rear accessible 12 VDC power adapter will be


used?

Go to Step 23.

Step 22 Connect the power adaptor cable to the power connector (PWR) located at the rear
panel, connect the power cord into the power adapter, then plug the AC adaptor to
an AC (120V or 240V) wall outlet, externally fused at 15A.
If this is the only power source: During the power cycle, the front panel Status LED will
illuminate red for approximately 1 minute, then will change to solid green.

Step 23 Tie-off and secure all power cabling.

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Run and Connect Metallic Cables


Step 24 Run the MGMT LAN port cable and metallic LAN port cables to the FSP 150CCf-825,
as required. Temporarily secure the cables.
Step 25 Connect a LAN Cable to the MGMT LAN port and connect the other end of the cable
to your networking gear (PC, hub, switch, or router). From the factory, the default IP
address of the FSP 150CCf-825 is: 192.168.0.2/24.
Step 26 Determine the next step.
Current Status

Then

Are you only installing fiber optic WAN and LAN


cables, and no metallic cables are to be installed?

Go to Step 36.

Are metallic WAN or LAN cable terminations


required for this FSP 150CCf-825?

Continue with the next step.

Step 27 For metallic WAN interface(s): Connect the WAN cable(s) to the designated WAN
port(s) using a Cat 5 LAN cable (RJ-45 connector). Otherwise, go to the next step.
Step 28 For metallic LAN interface(s): Connect the client Ethernet communications
equipment (PC, hub, switch, or router) to the first designated client LAN port using a
Cat 5 LAN cable (RJ-45 connector). Repeat for each additional client LAN port, as
required. Otherwise, go to the next step.
Step 29 Tie-off and secure all metallic cabling.
Step 30 Determine the next step.
Current Status

Then

Are only metallic cable terminations required for this


FSP 150CCf-825 and cabling is complete?

Go to Step 36.

Are you installing any fiber optic cables?

Continue with the next step.

Run and Connect Fiber Optic Cables


The following precautions should be applied when handling fiber optic cables:

DANGER
Follow local safety procedures regarding fiber optic cables.
Never look at the end of a fiber optic cable. Permanent eye damage or blindness can
occur. All optical connectors are shipped with protective caps. Ensure that protective
caps are firmly in place before running any fiber optic cables.
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DANGER
Never handle exposed fiber optic cables with bare hands or
touch it to your body. A fiber fragment could enter the skin and be very difficult to detect
and remove.
CAUTION Optical power performance is affected by dust. Clean all connectors
before performing measurements. Keep the ends of the fiber optic cables covered
when the cables are not in use. The need for cleaning can be minimized if covers are
always used when fibers are not used. Refer to local practices for fiber handling and
cleaning procedures. Clean all connectors before performing measurements.
WARNING Prevent damage to fiber optic cables. Do not bend fiber optic cables to
a radius less than 50 mm.
WARNING To avoid damage to optical receivers, do not connect any fibers until
instructed to do so. Always check optical levels before connecting fiber optic cables.
Step 31 Run the optical fiber cables to the FSP 150CCf-825. Do not connect the cable(s) to
the FSP 150CCf-825 connectors at this time. They will be connected later.
Step 32 Dress all fiber optic cables. Use local practices for protecting all cables and
connectors.
Step 33 Test the optical cables according to local practices.
Step 34 Measure the transmit and receive levels of the fiber optic cables and record them for
future reference.
Step 35 Connect the optical interface cables to the appropriate WAN and/or LAN SFP
connectors on the front panel.
Verify WAN and LAN LED Indicators
Step 36 Observe the client LAN LED(s) and refer to FSP 150CCf-825 Installation and
Operations Manual for LED descriptions. If the LAN LED(s) indicate anything other
than the appropriate response for the current state, troubleshoot as necessary.
Step 37 Observe the WAN (Network) LED and refer to FSP 150CCf-825 Installation and
Operations Manual for LED descriptions. If the WAN LED(s) indicate anything other
than the appropriate response for the current state, troubleshoot as necessary.
End of Procedure

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Provision the FSP 150CC

Perform the following procedure to provision the FSP 150CC. The following procedure will be
performed using the RS-232 serial console using CLI commands and ADVA Optical
Networkings eVision Web Browser Management Tool. Refer to Figure 2 for an example of the
configuration supported by the following procedure.
You will need the following items for this procedure:
DB-9 to RJ-45 converter (included in the FSP 150CC kit)
Category 5 LAN cable (with RJ-45 connectors) for Serial Port RS-232 connection
(included in the FSP 150CC kit)
A communications program, like TeraTerm Pro Web (a free software terminal
emulator for MS-Windows) or HyperTerminal (a standard Windows communications
utility)
Internet Explorer 5.0 or greater
Figure 2 Back-to-Back Configuration Supported in the Following Procedure
SNE
FSP 150CC #2

GNE
FSP 150CC #1
PSU1

PSU2
Status

Management
Critical

Status

Major

100 240V AC

Etherjack

RS 232

Minor
Status

Access

Network

4
3
2
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1

Lk Rate

Lk Rate

FSP150CCf
Lk Rate

WAN

PSU1

PSU2
Status

Management
Critical

Status

Major

Active
2
1

100 240V AC

Etherjack

Minor
Status

Management Tunnel

Proxy ARP = Enabled


Default Router = 192.168.2.1

MGMT LAN Port


IP Address = 192.168.2.2
Subnet Mask = 255.255.255.0

VLAN Based, VLAN ID = 100


Layer 2 Protocol = PPP
DHCP = disabled
RIP V2 Packets = enabled

Access

Network

4
3
2
1

LAN
1

System

RS 232

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Lk Rate

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System
Proxy ARP = Disabled
Default Router = None

MGMT LAN Port


IP Address = 192.168.2.3
Subnet Mask = 255.255.255.0

Static Route
Interface = WAN
IP Address = 0.0.0.0
Subnet Mask = 0.0.0.0

eVision Workstation
IP Address = 192.168.2.5
Subnet Mask = 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway = 192.168.2.1

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Procedure
Perform the following steps at FSP 150CC #2 (SNE):
Set the FSP 150CCs IP Address
Step 1

Connect the console cable between the FSP 150CC RS-232 Serial Console Port and
a PC using the RJ-45 cable and the DB-9 converter.

Step 2

From the PC, start a communications utility application (such as TeraTerm Pro Web
or HyperTerminal) with the following COM port settings:
Note: The Serial Console Port supports only 9600 baud. Do not use Autobaud.
Table 1-1 COM Port Settings
PARAMETER

SETTING

Rate

9600 baud

Data Bits

Stop Bits

Parity

No

Flow Control

None

Step 3

Hit the Enter key and you will be prompted to enter a login and password. The
default login and password are root and ChgMeNOW, respectively. A warning
banner displays and the user is prompted to reply [Y|N]. Enter y and the serial
console CLI prompt (-->) is displayed.

Step 4

Enter the show mgmttnl e1000-wan-1 command followed by a carriage return to


view the current WAN DHCP setting. See the following example:

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--> show mgmttnl e1000-wan-1


Management Tunnel: e1000-wan-1
Tunnel Mode: None
Encapsulation: Ethernet
Tunnel VLAN ID: 4095
Tunnel S-Tag: Disabled
Tunnel S-Tag VLAN ID: 4095
IP Address: 0.0.0.0
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
MAC Address: 00:0B:90:00:47:81
DHCP: Enabled
RIPv2: Disabled
ACL Inbound Filtering: Disabled

Step 5

Observe the DHCP setting to determine the next step.


Current Status

Then

Is the WAN port DHCP status set to the desired


state of Disabled?

Go to Step 9.

Does the WAN port DHCP setting need to be


changed?

Continue with the next step.

Step 6

Use the configure mgmttnl e1000-wan-1 command followed by a carriage return.


A next level prompt will appear. Then enter dhcp disable followed by a carriage
return. For example:
--> configure mgmttnl e1000-wan-1
config:mgmttnl(e1000)--> dhcp disable
config:mgmttnl(e1000)-->

Step 7

Enter show this followed by a carriage return to verify the changes.

Step 8

Enter exit to go back one level.

Step 9

Enter the IP address and subnet mask, by entering configure system followed by a
carriage return. A next level prompt will appear. Then enter ip-address <address>
<subnet mask>.
--> configure system
config:sys --> ip-address 192.168.2.3 255.255.255.0
config:sys -->

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Step 10 Verify the changes by entering show ip followed by a carriage return. The
Management LAN port IP information displays:
config:sys --> show ip
System IP Information:
IP Address:
Subnet Mask:

192.168.2.3
255.255.255.0

Default Gateway:

WARNING Do not remove power while performing the next step. Removing power
while the operation in progress may corrupt the database.
Step 11 Enter database save followed by a carriage return. The system will display a warning
message and when complete, the CLI prompt will appear, as shown below:
config:sys --> database save
Saving configuration. Do not power down the system.
config:sys -->

Step 12 Enter logout followed by a carriage return.


The login prompt will appear

Step 13 Remove commissioning cables from the RS-232 port and the PC.
Establish Communications via eVision
Verify the local Management LAN port communication settings by accessing the FSP 150CCs
eVision Web Browser Management Tool. Perform the following steps:
Step 14 Change your PC IP address to successfully access the FSP 150CCs Management
LAN port IP address.
Step 15 Use an Ethernet Category 5 LAN cable to connect your PC to the FSP 150CC
Management LAN port. Refer to the FSP 150CCf-825 Installation and Operations
Manual for the Management LAN port connector location, if required.
Step 16 Activate an Internet Explorer web browser on your PC by double clicking on the
shortcut icon.
Step 17 Enter the FSP 150CCs Management LAN port IP address in the web browser
address field and enter return.
A security alert window will appear
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Step 18 Verify that the security certificate is valid. Select Yes to proceed.
The FSP 150CC login window appears

Step 19 Enter the default User ID root and Password ChgMeNOW.

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Step 20 Select Login.


The default security banner displays as shown in the following example

Note: If a login error appears, re-enter the user ID and password. Up to 3 login attempts
will be processed. On a failed third attempt, the web browser will redirect to a 401
error page (Unauthorized error). If this occurs, the login process must be
re-started by going back to the web browser home page and re-entering the FSP
150CC IP address (at Step 17).

Step 21 Select Continue.


The eVision Web Browser Management Tool will display, as shown in the
following example (see the following eVision Web Browser Management Tool
components)

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Title Bar

Login Name

Tool Bar

Menu Bar

System
Name
Menu Tree
View Tabs
Entity
View Area

Status Bar

Alarms Window

Secure Session Indicator

Provision the WAN Interface


Step 22 Expand nested items in the System Name entity by selecting the + next to the
System Name entity in the menu tree (default is FSP150CCf-825).
Step 23 Enter a right mouse click on the WAN entity.
A drop down menu displays

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Step 24 Select Edit Facility.


The Edit Facility view displays

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Step 25 Use the following WAN interface options (as applicable) to provision the WAN
interface with the minimal WAN interface provisioning options required prior to setting
up WAN port communications (see Chapter 5 of the FSP 150CCf-825 Installation
and Operations Manual for WAN interface configuration options and rules):
Table 1-2 Minimum WAN Interface Provisioning via CLI Commands
Command

Description

WAN Port
adminstate

Defines the WAN facility administrative state.

media

Defines the WAN interface media type.

speed

Defines the line rate of the Ethernet port and whether it is in half duplex or full duplex mode.

Step 26 Select OK.


The WAN Facility view displays the changes made

Step 27 Verify WAN changes made.


Edit WAN Management Tunnel
Step 28 Right-click on MGMT Tunnel [WAN] and select Edit Mgmt Tunnel.
The Management Tunnel view displays

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Step 29 Set Tunnel Mode to VLAN Based.


Step 30 Set Layer 2 Protocol to PPP.
Step 31 Enter the VLAN ID. (Default is 4095. The same VLAN ID number must be used for
both FSP 150CCs.)
Step 32 Set the DHCP setting to Disabled.
Step 33 Set the ACL InBound Filtering setting to Disabled.
Step 34 Set the RIP setting to Enable.
Step 35 Select OK.
Step 36 Verify the WAN management tunnel settings.
Step 37 Select File and then Save Changes from the menu bar to save the configuration.

WARNING Do not remove power while performing the next step. Removing power
while the operation in progress may corrupt the database.
Step 38 Select OK.
Create New Super User and Delete Default Super User, if Required
Step 39 If a new Super User is not required and the default Super User is sufficient at this
time, go to Step 53. Otherwise continue with the next step to create a new Super User
and delete the default Super User.
Step 40 Expand nested items in the Administration entity by selecting the + next to the
Administration entity in the menu tree.
Step 41 Right click on Users and select Create New User.
A Create New User window displays in the view area
Step 42 Complete the following fields:
User ID - The User ID (UID) is a unique, non confidential name to identify
each authorized NE user. Enter a new user name, which contains 6 to 10
alphanumeric characters.
Password - Enter the user Password ID (PID), which contains between 6 and
10 characters. The PID must contain at least two non-alpha characters and
one special character. Special characters include *, # and %.
Confirm Password - Re-enter the Password ID.
Privilege - Select the desired user access security level (select Super User
to create a new Super User).
GUI Login Timeout Value - Enter a timeout value of 0 (to disable logout) to
99 (minutes). Default is 30 (minutes).
Comment - Enter a comment, if desired.
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Step 43 Select OK.


The new User information is displayed in the Users view
Step 44 Expand the Users tree.
The new user is listed
Step 45 Select the new User name and view the new user information to verify new user entry.
(The new user password is not displayed for security reasons.)
Step 46 Activate a new Internet Explorer web browser window on your PC by double clicking
on the shortcut icon.
Step 47 Enter the FSP 150CCs Management LAN port IP address in the web browser
address field and enter return.
The Login Screen will appear
Step 48 Enter the new Super Users user name and password and select OK.
The eVision Web Browser Management Tool displays
Step 49 Expand the System Name, Administration and Users entities by selecting the + next
to each entity.
Step 50 Enter a right click on the root user and select Delete User. Then select OK.
The default root user is removed from the menu tree
Step 51 If desired, enter other users by repeating Step 41 through Step 45.
Provision SNMP, if Required
Step 52 If SNMP provisioning is not required, go to Step 59. Otherwise continue with the next
step to provision SNMP.
Step 53 Right click on the SNMP entity in the menu tree and select Add Community.
The add community screen appears
Step 54 Enter the desired Community Name, select the desired Access Type and then
select Add.
The new community information is displayed
Step 55 Right click on the SNMP entity in the menu tree and select Add Target Address.
The add target address screen appears
Step 56 Select the desired Security Model and Credentials. Enter the desired IP Address and
port. Then select Add.
Step 57 Select the Target Addresses tab to verify the entry.
Step 58 Repeat Step 53 through Step 57 as required.

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Create Static Route (SNE only)


Step 59 Right click on the Communications entity in the menu tree and select Create Static
Route.
The create static route screen appears

Step 60 For Route Type, select Interface, and for Interface, select Wan.
Step 61 For IP Address, enter 0.0.0.0.
Step 62 For IP Mask, enter 0.0.0.0.
Step 63 Select OK.
The Static Route entry displays in the Static Routes tab

Provision LAN(s)
Step 64 Provision the LAN(s) by performing the procedure in Provision LAN(s) in
Transparent EVC Mode, on Page 25.

Disable Local Management Port (SNE only)


Step 65 Right click on the Local Management Port and select Edit Facility.
The edit Local Management Port screen appears

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Step 66 Set the Administration State to Disabled.


Step 67 Select OK (communications will be dropped and the configuration will need to be
saved using CLI, as described in the following steps).
Note: The browser will appear to stay busy after OK is selected because it is
attempting to reach the IP address of the FSP 150CC whos Local
Management Port has just been disabled.
Step 68 Install the console cable between the FSP 150CC RS-232 Port and a PC using the
RJ-45 cable and the DB-9 converter.
Step 69 From the PC, start a communications utility application, such as HyperTerminal with
the following COM port settings:
Note: The Serial Console Port supports only 9600 baud. Do not use Autobaud.
COMM Port
Parameter

COMM Port
Setting

Rate

9600 baud

Data Bits

Stop Bits

Parity

No

Flow Control

None

Step 70 Hit the Enter key and you will be prompted to enter a login and password. The
default login and password are root and ChgMeNOW, respectively. A warning
banner displays and the user is prompted to reply [Y|N]. Enter y and the serial
console CLI prompt (-->) is displayed.
Step 71 Enter show interface mgmt-lan followed by a carriage return. The DHCP setting will
display, as shown below. Verify that the Administration State is set to Disabled.
--> show interface mgmt-lan
Management Interface:

mgmt-lan

Administrative State:

Disabled

Operational State:

Disabled

MAC Address:
MTU:

1500

Interface Speed:

Auto

Negotiated Speed:

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DHCP:

Disabled

RIPv2:

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WARNING Do not remove power while performing the next step. Removing power
while the operation in progress may corrupt the database.
Step 72 Enter database save followed by a carriage return. The system will display a warning
message and when complete, the CLI prompt will appear, as shown below:
--> database save
Saving configuration. Do not power down the system.
-->

Step 73 Enter logout followed by a carriage return.


The login prompt will appear
Step 74 Remove any commissioning cables (Ethernet cable and/or console cable) from the
FSP 150CC front panel connectors, as required.
Step 75 Verify that the WAN cable is connected to the FSP 150CC WAN port.

Perform the following at FSP 150CC #1 (GNE):


Provision the FSP 150CCs IP Address, WAN Interface, WAN Management Tunnel, New
Super User and SNMP
Step 76 Perform Step 1 through Step 58.
Provision LAN(s)
Step 77 Provision the LAN(s) by performing the procedure in Provision LAN(s) in
Transparent EVC Mode, on Page 25.
Enable Proxy ARP at the GNE

CAUTION Do not enable Proxy ARP if both units are connected to the same LAN
via the Management LAN port. Otherwise, there will be multiple ARP responses for a
single ARP request for a remote reachable IP address from each NE/FSP 150CC in
the same LAN that has Proxy ARP enabled.
Step 78 Right-click on the System Name and select Edit Settings.
The edit system settings screen appears
Step 79 Set Proxy ARP to Enabled.
Step 80 Select OK.

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Step 81 Save the configuration in eVision by selecting File and then Save Changes from the
menu bar.

Verify Connectivity to the SNE


Step 82 Verify that the WAN cable is connected to the FSP 150CC WAN port.
Step 83 Observe the WAN LED (and in the case of SONET/SDH 1+1 protection, the WAN 2
LED) on the front panel of each FSP 150CC. If the WAN LED(s) indicate anything
other than the appropriate response for the current state, troubleshoot the WAN
connections between FSP 150CC #1 and FSP 150CC #2 as necessary (refer to the
FSP 150CC Installation and Operations Manual for LED descriptions for each FSP
150CC variant).
Step 84 Flush ARP cache on the PC by opening a DOS window (select Start and then Run),
entering ARP -d and then selecting OK.
Step 85 Verify connectivity to FSP 150CC #2. Open an Internet Explorer web browser window
and enter the IP address of FSP 150CC #2. Logon using a valid user name and
password.
Step 86 Remove any commissioning cables (Ethernet cable and/or console cable) from the
FSP 150CC front panel connectors, as required.
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Provision LAN(s) in Transparent EVC Mode


This procedure can be used for provisioning one or more LAN in Transparent EVC mode using
the eVision web browser. It is recommended that you pre-determine the provisioning details
and ensure that they meet the FSP 150CCs provisioning rules prior to making changes to a
LAN or placing an additional LAN into service. Ensure that CIR, EIR and C-Tag/S-Tag VLAN
ID-Priority tuple values will not conflict with another LAN/Flow that is in the Assigned state.
Refer to Chapter 5 of the FSP 150CCf-825 Installation and Operations Manual to determine
the default values, value ranges and rules for each option in the following procedure.

Procedure

Step 1

Observe the current LAN Port Mode and EVC Mode. The status will be used in the
following steps.
eVision

Select Configuration view


Expand the System Name entity in the Menu Tree
Select the LAN facility in the Menu Tree
The LAN facility status window is displayed

WARNING Changing EVC Mode on a facility will drop all traffic on the port,
including Management Tunnel connectivity and Maintenance End Points.
Step 2

Determine the next step.


Current Status

Then

Is the current EVC Mode set to Transparent?

Go to Step 8.

Is the LAN Port Mode set to Connection-oriented


and EVC Mode set to Flow VLAN?

Go to Step 6.

Is the LAN Port Mode set to Connection-less and


EVC Mode set to Flow VLAN?

Continue with the next step.

Step 3

Enter a right click on the LAN facility and select CO Mode (Connection-oriented
Mode).
A warning screen appears, indicating selection of this option will cause a loss of all
traffic

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Select OK.
The EVC Mode changes to Transparent

Step 5

Go to Step 8.

Step 6

Enter a right click on the LAN facility and select CO Transparent


(Connection-oriented Transparent mode).
A warning screen appears, indicating selection of this option will cause a loss of all
traffic

Step 7

Select OK.
The EVC Mode changes to Transparent

Step 8

Right click on the LAN facility in the Menu Tree and select Edit Facility.
An edit Transparent LAN facility window appears

Figure 3 Edit Transparent LAN Facility View

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Step 9

Enter the LAN facility changes.


eVision

Enter a Circuit Name, as required


Set the Administration State to Enabled
For LAN-5: Select the desired Media Type
Enter the desired Interface Speed
Enter the Ingress CIR, EIR, CBS, EBS and Buffer Size values (See Notes 1, 2 and 3)
Enable or disable Egress Rate Limiting
If Egress Rate Limiting is set to enabled: Egress setting options are displayed. Enter
the desired Egress CIR, EIR, CBS, EBS and Buffer Size (See Note 4)
Select the desired C-Tag Control (See Note 5)
If C-Tag Control is set to Push: Enter the appropriate C-Tag VLAN ID and C-Tag VLAN
Priority (See Note 6 and 7)
Select the desired S-Tag Control
If S-Tag Control is set to Push: Enter the appropriate S-Tag VLAN ID and S-Tag VLAN
Priority (See Note 6 and 7)
Enable or disable Tagged Frames and Untagged Frames
Select/enter other options, as required
Select OK
The LAN facility status window appears

Note 1: If Ingress CIR is set to 0, then an Ingress EIR value of 0 cannot be entered. If
Ingress CIR is set to 0, then an Ingress EIR value of 64 Kbps or greater must
be entered (if a value of 1 bps through a value less than 64 Kbps is entered,
then the value will automatically be rounded up to 64 Kbps). CBS or EBS
cannot be less than CIR in bytes/millisecond. EBS cannot be less than EIR in
bytes/millisecond. Buffer Size cannot be less than CBS.
Note 2: Where Ingress CIR + Ingress EIR = Ingress PIR (Peak Information Rate):
Ingress PIR must be <= LPS* or the WAN port speed, whichever is less.
Note 3: The combined Ingress CIR of all transparent service/flows plus the size of the
WAN management tunnel (if present) and/or WAN EFM-OAM (if enabled)
cannot exceed the speed of the WAN. (WAN management tunnel utilizes 256
Kbps. WAN EFM-OAM, if enabled, utilizes 64 Kbps. If both a WAN
management tunnel is provisioned and WAN EFM-OAM is enabled, 256 Kbps
is utilized.)
Note 4: Egress CIR and EIR must not exceed the speed of the LAN.
Note 5: If more than one LAN port is to be used in the system, Push must be selected.
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If C-Tag Control is set to None, only one LAN port may be used in the system.
Note 6: All C-Tag and S-Tag VLAN ID-Priority tuple values must not conflict on the WAN
port. (For example: A service with C-Tag PUSH 100-0, S-Tag PUSH 100-0 will
conflict with another service with the same C-Tag and S-Tag. A service with
C-Tag PUSH 100-0, S-Tag None will conflict with another service with C-Tag
None, S-Tag PUSH 100-0. A TLS service with C-Tag PUSH 100-0, S-Tag
NONE will conflict with a Flow with VLAN Member 100-0, C-Tag NONE and
S-Tag NONE.)
Note 7: If C-Tag or S-Tag Control is set to None, C-Tag / S-Tag VLAN ID and VLAN
Priority cannot be entered.
Step 10 Verify the changes.
Step 11 Observe the current LAN facility Assigned/Unassigned State: (The LAN facility
should still be selected in the menu tree.)
Step 12 Determine the next step.
Current Status

Then

Is the current Assigned/Unassigned State set to


Enabled?

Go to Step 14.

Is the current Assigned/Unassigned State set to


Disabled?

Continue with the next step.

Step 13 Place the LAN facility to the Assigned state.


eVision

Enter a right click on the LAN facility in the menu tree and select Assign
A confirmation window appears
Select OK
The LAN facility status window appears and the LAN Assigned/Unassigned State
is Enabled

Note: If you receive an error message indicating the CIR and/or EIR values exceed
the maximum allowed, and/or the C-Tag/S-Tag VLAN ID-Priority tuple values
conflict with existing ones, then one or more LAN values must be changed in
order to co-exist. These changes must be made by editing the LAN(s) prior to
placing this LAN to the Assigned state.
Step 14 Save the configuration in eVision by selecting File and then Save Changes from the
menu bar.
End of Procedure

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