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MP1800-3 Router

Installation Manual

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19/11/2007 R1.0 The MP1800-3 Router Installation Manual provides technical information about
installation issues of the router designed and developed by Maipu
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Contents

About Installation Manual .........................................................................6


Purpose .................................................................................................................6
How to Get in Touch ...............................................................................................6
Customer Support...................................................................................................................6
Documentation Support...........................................................................................................6

Overview.....................................................................................................7
Key Features..........................................................................................................8
Hardware............................................................................................................. 10
Appearance...........................................................................................................................10
MP1800-3 Router Back Panel Interface...................................................................................13
MP1800-3 Router Front Panel Interface ..................................................................................13

Product Functions ................................................................................................. 15


Modules.................................................................................................... 17
Sync/Async Serial Interface Module (SAE) Series..................................................... 18
1-port High-speed V.24/V.35 Serial Module (1SAE).................................................................18

Channelized E1 Module (CE1) Series ...................................................................... 20


1-port Channelized E1 Module (1CE1) ....................................................................................20

Non-channelized E1 Module (E1) Series.................................................................. 21


1-port Non-channelized E1 Module (1E1)................................................................................21

Frequency-band MODEM M336 Series .................................................................... 23


1-port 33.6K Frequency-band MODEM (1M336) .....................................................................23

Base-band MODEM (M128) Series.......................................................................... 25


1-port 128K Base-band MODEM (1M128)...............................................................................25

ISDN S/T Module (STA) Series............................................................................... 27


1-port ISDN S/T Module (1 STA)............................................................................................27

ISDN (U) Series.................................................................................................... 28


1-port ISDN U Module (1U)....................................................................................................28

IP Module (VOP/VOS) Series.................................................................................. 30


1-port IP Phone Module (1VOP) .............................................................................................30
2-port IP Phone Module (2VOP) .............................................................................................31
1-port Switch IP Phone Module (1VOS) ..................................................................................32
1 1VOS Module & Indicator....................................................................................................32
2-port Switch IP Phone Module (2VOS) ..................................................................................34

Asynchronous Serial Port Module (A) Series ............................................................ 35

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8-port Asynchronous Serial port Module (8AX)........................................................................35

System Installation ................................................................................. 37


Precautions .......................................................................................................... 37
Environment Requirements....................................................................................................37
Check Routers & Accessories .................................................................................................40

Chassis Installation ............................................................................................... 41


Tools & Equipment ................................................................................................................41
Machine Installation...............................................................................................................42
Connecting Power Supply ......................................................................................................46
Grounding Requirements .......................................................................................................47
Connecting Main Control Board Cable.....................................................................................47
Grounding Wire Connection ...................................................................................................48

Module Installation................................................................................................ 48
Connecting Back Panel ..........................................................................................................49
Hardware Installation ............................................................................................................49

Module Interface Cable Connection ........................................................................ 50


1SAE Module Interface Cable Connection................................................................................50
Connecting 1CE1/1E1 Module Cable.......................................................................................52
1M336 Module Cable Connection............................................................................................53
1M128 Module Cable Connection............................................................................................53
Connecting 1STA Module Cable..............................................................................................53
1U Module Cable Connection..................................................................................................53
Connecting 1VOP/2VOP Module Cable ....................................................................................53
Connecting 1VOS/2VOS Module Cable....................................................................................54
Connecting 8AX Module Cable................................................................................................54

Interface Cable Signal............................................................................. 54


Ethernet Cable ..................................................................................................... 54
Console Port Cable................................................................................................ 56
RM2-1E1 & RM2-1CE1 Using RJ45-RJ45 Crossing Twisted-pair ................................. 57

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MP1800-3 Router Installation Manual Version 1.3

About Installation Manual

Purpose
The MP1800-3 Router Installation Manual explains installation and other
technical topics. The manual aims to help technicians and network
managers install the product and get going with it quickly.

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Overview

MP1800-3-8FE router integrates routing, switching, security, VoIP and


transmission functions improving businesses in terms of Multi-service
Edge-Intelligent Network (MeIN). It adopts fixed and modular structure,
and provides broadband-narrowband, multi-service and intelligent
solutions.

The router extends 64-byte 100Kpps packet-forwarding capability and


100M line rate switching capability from LAN-to-WAN. It can be used to
access multi-Ethernet nodes such as network ends, PC and video monitor
in finance, stocks, insurance and public sector industries.

MP1800-3-8FE router provides software features such as VoIP, VPN, MPLS,


multicast, MAC address binding, and access control and bandwidth
restriction. It provides backup schemes and QoS features. It can be widely
applied to multiple services such as data, video and voice.

MP1800-3-8FE router, combined with other Maipu routers, provides


complete WAN network solutions for operator, finance, public sector,
energy, transport, education and defense, and large and medium-scale
organizations.

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Key Features
ƒ The router integrates routing, switching, security, voice, transmission, local
storage and wireless to realize intelligent network. The inbuilt intelligent switch,
firewall, VPN (including MPLS VPN, IPsec VPN and L2TP VPN), VoIP and
transmission service modules provide a powerful intelligent platform for
different service applications. The router extends Multi-service Edge-Intelligent
Network (MeIN) to improve business efficiency.

ƒ The router is cost-effective and supports expansion of WAN line bandwidth to


100M. MP1800-3-8FE router adopts the fast-forwarding engine technology. The
LAN-to-WAN 64-byte forwarding performance reaches 100Kpps (for more than
256 bytes, the line rate reaches 100M); the switching performance from LAN-
to-WAN reaches 100M line rate. It supports expanding the WAN line bandwidth
to 100M.

ƒ The router has high expansibility. It facilitates expansion of WAN interfaces


and VoIP to realize narrowband access. MP1800-3-8FE router integrates the
features of previous narrowband routers and provides two high-speed MIMs
and one VoIP slot to realize the expansion of private leased line, dialing backup
and VoIP.

ƒ The router provides multi-Ethernet access for expansion of broadband. It


realizes the high-bandwidth access of multi-Ethernet nodes such as network
ends, PC and video monitor so that users do not need to purchase Ethernet
switches. The network investments are saved, faults reduced, and 100M optic
fiber broadband access of carrier MSTP realized.

ƒ Ethernet interfaces adopt L3 technology for intelligent service control. WAN line
backup ensures that the services are not interrupted. MP1800-3-8FE router
realizes the WAN line backup of narrowband-to-narrowband, broadband-to-
broadband, narrowband-to-broadband as well as wire-to-wire in the future. It
is not required that the upper active/standby aggregation devices are one
device, which meets the redundant backup requirement of upper aggregation
devices and solves the problem that the switches with high-bandwidth
expanding capability cannot realize WAN backup.

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ƒ The router realizes load balance of multiple WAN lines. The access
nodes/network devices provide two or more routes to reach the same server at
the upper layer. The lower-level MP1800-3-8FE router can distribute traffic
among multiple routes for load balancing. When some route fails, the traffic
can be re-distributed on the remaining routes.

ƒ The router provides intelligent NMS for automatically diagnosing router faults
to realize zero-spot service. Inbuilt dial-up modem/console port is connected to
an external dial-up modem for remote login. Switch to remote configuration
mode via button. Then users and manufacturers can maintain devices
anywhere via telephone line dial-up to realize “zero-spot service”. MP1800-3-
8FE router supports Maipu intelligent NMS for diagnosing and fixing router
faults, automatically generating a record for users to query. It reduces
management and maintenance work of users.

ƒ The router has a variety software functions and supports MPLS protocols. It
supports L2TP and IPsec. The router adopts technologies to deploy different
VPN networks from L2 to L3. The router is inbuilt with firewall and provides
advanced security features such as ACL packet-filtering, NAT, authentication
audit, route verification, callback, and refusing service protection. It provides
integrated services and distinguished services, and supports ACR, FIFO, PQ,
CQ, FQ, CBWFQ, and LLQ to ensure differentiation of key services. It supports
the centralized network management modes of SHELL and SNMP (SNMP V3).
The router adopts English graphical Maipu Masterplan to realize cross-platform
and modular network management.

ƒ MP1800-3-8FE router is compatible with routers of other manufacturers. It


provides easy-to-use configuration interfaces and styles. The router complies
with RFC standards and recognized industry standards. The routers can be
inter-connected and communicate with network devices of other manufacturers.
ƒ
ƒ MP1800-3-8FE has stable structure. It adopts 19” standard chassis (1U high),
which can be installed on standard rack. The router withstands earthquake,
high temperatures, and electromagnetic radiation. It is easy to install or
uninstall.

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Hardware
Appearance

MP1800 series router appearance

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Indicators:

SYS & PWR & FAN (system, power supply and fan indicators):

SYS - System status indicator


ƒ Shining: Program loading
ƒ Shining slowly: Loading successfully

PWR - System power supply indicator


ƒ On - After power on

FAN – Fan indicator


ƒ On: Normal working
ƒ Off: Malfunction

SLOT2 (Slot 2 status indicator)


ƒ ACT: Data receiving/sending indicator
ƒ RDY: On - on line

SLOT1 (Slot 1 status indicator)


ƒ ACT: Data receiving/sending indicator
ƒ RDY: On: on line

SLOT 0 (Slot 0 status indicator)


ƒ ACT: Data receiving/sending indicator
ƒ RDY - on: on line

CONSOLE (console port)


ƒ TXD - console port data sending indicator
ƒ RXD - console port data receiving indicator

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FETH1 (WAN Ethernet 1)

ƒ 100M - 10/100M Ethernet interface data rate indicator


On: 100M
Off: 10M
ƒ ACT - Ethernet interface data receiving/sending indicator

FETH0 (WAN Ethernet 0)


ƒ 100M - 10/100M Ethernet interface data rate indicator
On: 100M
Off: 10M
ƒ ACT - Ethernet interface data receiving/sending indicator

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MP1800-3 Router Back Panel Interface

MP1800-3 router back panel interface configuration

MP1800-3 router back panel interface:


Interface Interface form Description Slot
ON/OFF Power supply switch -
right OFF & left ON
INPUT AC 100-240V 1A input
DC -40~-57V, 27W
SLOT2 (special) Bus slot VOP/VOS
VoIP module
SLOT1 Decided by Bus slot MIM module
interface module
SLOT0 Decided by Bus slot MIM module
interface module

SLOT2 is VoIP module slot. It has inset VOP/VOS series VoIP card module.
SLOT1 and SLOT0 are MIM slots with modular design.

MP1800-3 Router Front Panel Interface

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MP1800-3 Router System

Item Description
Console port One (RJ45). Async DTE working mode
Ethernet interface Two 10/100M fast Ethernet interfaces (RJ45)
MIM slot Two MIM slots
Special slot One VOP/VOS slot
Processor High-speed RISC processor
FLASH 32Mbyte (MP1800)
SDRAM 128Mbyte (MP1800)
Dimension 444mm × 318mm × 44.5mm
(W×D×H)
Weight 4.5 Kg
Power supply input DC, -40~-57V
voltage
Environment 0~40℃
temperature
Environment humidity 10~90%. Non-condensing
Maximum power 27W±10% (MP1800)

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Product Functions
Protocol & Service Description
Network protocol WAN supports:
PPP
PPP compression
SLIP
CSLIP protocol
Frame relay
Frame relay switching
X.25
X.25 switching
HDLC
LAPB
ISDN
LAN is Ethernet supporting two kinds of link layer frame:
Ethernet-II
Ethernet-SNAP
Dialup network MODEM dialup (calling/callout)
CALLBACK
Dial-on-demand
Dialup backup
Routing protocol Static routing
Dynamic routing:
RIPv1
RIPv2
OSPF
BGP
IRMP (compatible with CISCO EIGRP)
SNSP (compatible with CISCO ODR)
Dial-on-demand (DDR)
Policy routing
Multicast:
IGMP
PIM-SM
PIM-DM
DVMRP
Hot backup:
VRRP
VBRP (compatible with CISCO HSRP)
Network service ARP
Proxy ARP
L2TP
Configuration command level protection
IP packet filter firewall
IP UNNUMBERED
IP policy routing

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DHCP relay
PAP/CHAP check
EASY IP
NAT network conceal
RADIUS check
IPsec data encryption
IKE
GRE
Load balance
MPLS
QoS service PQ
CQ
WFQ
CBWFQ
LLQ
WRED
CAR
Network management SNMPv1, SNMPv2, SNMPv3
Supporting standard network management (compatible with
CISCO)
Local configuration via console port
Local or remote login via local Telnet
Configuration command security isolation function
Chinese/English prompt and help information
Detailed debugging information, for network malfunction
elimination
Login and manage other products by Telnet
Download and upload configuration file and application
program via FTP
Download and upload configuration file and application
program via TFTP
Colorful debugging information support
Support log function
Security IP packet filter firewall, PAP/CHAP, MD5, NAT, RADIUS,
TACACS, IPsec data encryption

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MP1800-3 Router Installation Manual

Modules

MP1800-3 router is a modular router with three slots. The current


interface module provides:

ƒ 1SAE

ƒ 1CE1

ƒ 1E1

ƒ 1M336

ƒ 1M128

ƒ 1U

ƒ 1VOP

ƒ 2VOP

ƒ 1VOS

ƒ 2VOS

ƒ 1ETE

ƒ 1STA

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Sync/Async Serial Interface


Module (SAE) Series
1-port High-speed V.24/V.35 Serial
Module (1SAE)
1SAE module is used for MP1800-3 router. Its main function is to complete
data flow receiving and sending.

For sync port, 2.048Mbps in DCE mode and 8 Mbps in DTE mode. For
async port 115.2Kbps. The working mode by default is in sync mode. In
DTE mode, it uses clock from external DCE equipment such as external
sync modem. But in DCE mode, router provides clock.

1SAE Interface Module


1SAE interface module:

1-port high speed V.24/V.35 serial module (1SAE)

1SAE Module Connected Cable


1SAE module connected cable is V35 DTE and V24 DTE.

1SAE Interface Attributes


1SAE module interface attributes is as table 2-1: Table 2-1 1-port high
speed V.24/V.35 serial module (1SAE) interface attributes

Attributes Description
Sync Async
Tie-in DB25-DB25 DB25-DB25
Interface standard & working V.24 V.35 EIA/TIA-232

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mode DTE DTE


DCE DCE
Minimum BR (bps) 1200 1200 300
Maximum BR (bps) 128K 8M 115.2K
Protocol & Service X25 Dialup
HDLC Backup
PPP HDLC
SLIP PPP
FR SLIP
LAPB

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Channelized E1 Module (CE1)


Series
1-port Channelized E1 Module (1CE1)
The 1-port channelized E1 module provides multi-timeslot data flow port
with total bus transmission rate 1984K. When used as CE1 interface, it can
be divided into 1-31 timeslots, and each group works an interface after
binding.

1CE1 Interface Module & Indicator


1CE1 interface module:

1-port channelized E1 module (1CE1)

1-port channelized E1 module (1CE1) indicator:


LOS Lost indicator
On: Cannot check sync signal
Off: After sync

1CE1 Module Connected C able


1CE1: BNC pin coaxial line and RJ45-RJ45 connected twisted-pair.

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1CE1 Module Interface Attri butes

Attributes Description
Interface BNC, RJ45 (can not be used at the same time)
Interface No. One group for each
Interface G.703
standard
Protocol PPP
X.25
HDLC
FR

Non-channelized E1 Module (E1)


Series
1-port Non-channelized E1 Module (1E1)
The 1-port non-channelized E1 module provides 2.048Mbit/s data
transmission port. E1 is same as CE1 interface, which can be divided into
32 timeslots physically.

The timeslot 0 of E1 can be used for data transmission in unframed mode


for 2M transparent transmissions.

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1E1 Module & Indicator


1E1 module:

1-port non-channelized E1 module (1E1)

1-port non-channelized E1 module (1E1) indicator:


LOS On: Transparent 2M transmission
On: Non-transparent and cannot check frame sync signal
Off: After sync

1E1 Interface Connected Cable


1E1 and BNC pin coaxial cable and RJ45-RJ45 connected twisted-pair.

1E1 Interface Attributes


1-port non-channelized E1 (1E1) attributes:
Attributes Description
Interface BNC, RJ45 (cannot be used together)
Interface
1 group
number
Interface
G.703
standard
Supported X.25
service FR
Supported PPP
protocol HDLC

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Frequency-band MODEM M336


Series
1-port 33.6K Frequency-band MODEM
(1M336)
The 1-port 33.6K frequency-band MODEM works in sync or async mode.

1M336 Interface & Dialup DIP


1M336 interface module:

1-port 33.6K frequency-band MODEM (1M336)

1-port 33.6K frequency-band MODEM (1M336) DIP:


Mode DIP switch Description
configuration
1 2
Frequency-band OFF OFF LINE port is used as inbuilt frequency-band
MODEM mode MODEM interface
Console port mode ON OFF LINE port is used as CONSOLE port
Configure router via dialup remote login

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1M336 Interface Module Connected Cable


1M336 module connected cable is RJ45 (4, 5 signal wire) or RJ11
telephone line.

1M336 Interface Attri butes


1M336 interface attributes:

1-port 33.6K frequency-band MODEM (1M336) attributes:


Attributes Description
Tie-in RJ45
Interface number 1
Supported link PPP
protocol Frame relay
X.25
HDLC
Supported IP
network protocol

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Base-band MODEM (M128)


Series
1-port 128K Base-band MODEM (1M128)

1M128 Module, Indicator & D IP Switch


1M128 interface module:

1-port 128K base-band MODEM (1M128)

Indicators:

1-port 128K base-band MODEM (1M128) indicator:


ACT On: Link established
B1 channel indicator
B1
Light on: When using channel B1, and rate is 64K
B2 channel indicator
B2
Light on: When using channel B2, and the rate is 128K
DIP switch description is as table 2-9:

1-port 128K base-band MODEM (1M128) DIP:


Mode DIP switch configuration Description
1 2
Loopback ON Reservation

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1M128 Module Connected C able


1M128 module connected cable is RJ45 (4, 5 signal cable) or RJ11 line.

1M128 Interface Attri butes


1M128 interface attributes:

1-port 128K base-band MODEM (1M128) interface:


Attributes Description
Tie-in RJ45
Interface number 1
Supported link PPP
protocol Frame relay
X.25
HDLC
Supported IP
network protocol

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ISDN S/T Module (STA) Series


1-port ISDN S/T Module (1 STA)
1-port ISDN S/T module provides 64K or 128K high-speed access and
backup.

1 STA Module & Indi cator


1 STA module:

1-port ISDN S/T module (1 STA)

1-port ISDN S/T module (1 STA) indicator


ACT Activated indicator and it is on when operates normally
B1 B1 channel indicator, and it is on when using channel B1, with the rate of
B1=64K or B1+B2=128K.
B2 B2 channel indicator, and it is on when using channel B2, with the rate of
B2=64K or B1+B2=128K.

1 STA Module Connected Cable


1 STA cable is RJ45 connected Ethernet cable.

1 STA Module Interface Attri butes


1-port ISDN S/T module (1 STA) interface attributes:
Attributes Description
Plug RJ45
Plug number 1
Supported PPP
protocol

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ISDN (U) Series


1-port ISDN U Module (1U)
1-port ISDN U module connects DDN network and ISDN network. It will
not connect modem.

1U Module & Indicator


1U module:

1-port ISDN U module (1U)

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1-port ISDN U module (1U) indicator:


ACT The light shines after link establishes
B1 channel indicator
B1
Light on: When using channel B1 and rate is 64K
B2 channel indicator
B2
Light on: When using channel B2 and the rate is 128K

1-port ISDN U module (1U) DIP switch:


Mode DIP switch configuration Description
1 2
Loopback ON Reservation

1U Module Connected Cable


1U module connected cable RJ45 (4, 5 signal cable) or RJ11 line.

1U Interface A ttributes
1-port ISDN U module (1U) interface attributes:
Attributes Description
Tie-in RJ45
Interface number 1
Supported link protocol PPP
Supported network
IP
protocol

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IP Module (VOP/VOS) Series


1-port IP Phone Module (1VOP)
The 1-port IP phone module accesses any telephone via IP network. You
can easily make a free phone call via IP network.

1VOP Module Indicator


1VOP interface module:

1-port IP phone module (1VOP) indicator:


V1 IP phone module indicator. The light is on during the call.
V2 1VOP module may not have this light. If it has, the light will be not on.

1VOP Module Connected C able


1VOP module connected cable is RJ45 (4, 5 signal cable) and RJ11 line.

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1VOP Interface Attributes


1-port IP phone module (1VOP) interface attributes:
Attributes Description
Interface RJ45 jack
Interface No. 1
Supported H.225
protocol H.245
RTP
RTCP
G.711
G.723
G.729

2-port IP Phone Module (2VOP)


The 2-port IP phone module accesses any call in IP network via dialup.
You can make free phone call via IP network.

2VOP Module & Indi cator


2VOP module:

2-port IP phone module (2VOP)

2-port IP phone module (2VOP) indicator:


V1 IP phone module indicator
Light on: After pickup, during the call
V2 IP phone module indicator
Light on: After pickup, during the call

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2VOP Module Connected C able


2VOP module connected cable is RJ45 external cable.

2VOP Module Interface Attri butes


2-port IP phone module (2VOP) interface attributes:
Attributes Description
Interface RJ45 jack (two RJ11 plugs)
Interface No 2 (RJ11)
Supported H.225
protocol H.245
RTP
RTCP
G.711
G.723
G.729

1-port Switch IP Phone Module (1VOS)


The 1-port switch IP phone module accesses any phone in IP network via
dialup or second dialup. You can easily make free phone calls via IP
network.

1 1VOS Module & Indicator

1-port switch IP phone module (1VOS)

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The indicator description is as table 2-18: Table 2-18 1-port switch IP


phone module (1VOS) indicator

V1 IP phone module indicator.


Light on: during the phone call.
V2 1VOS module may not have this lamp.
Otherwise, the lamp will never be on.

1VOS Module Connected C able


1VOS module connected cable is RJ45 (4, 5 signal cable) and RJ11 line.

1VOS Interface Attributes


1-port switch IP phone module (1VOS) interface attributes:
Attributes Description
Interface RJ45 jack
Interface No. 1
Supported H.225
protocol H.245
RTP
RTCP
G.711
G.723
G.729

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2-port Switch IP Phone Module (2VOS)


The 2-port switch IP phone module accesses any phone in IP network via
dialup or second dialup. You can easily make free phone call via IP
network.

2VOS Module & Indi cator


2VOS module:

2-port switch IP phone module (2VOS)

2-port switch IP phone module (2VOS) indicator:


V1 IP phone module indicator.
Lamp on: During the phone call
V2 IP phone module indicator.
Lamp on: During the phone call

2VOS Module Connected C able


2VOS module connected is RJ45.

2VOS Module Interface Attri butes


2-port switch IP phone module (2VOS) interface attributes:
Attributes Description
Interface RJ45 jack
Interface number 2 (RJ11)
Supported protocols H.225
H.245
RTP
RTCP
G.711
G.723
G.729

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Asynchronous Serial Port Module


(A) Series
8-port Asynchronous Serial port Module
(8AX)
8-port asynchronous serial port module is to receive and send the data
flow of 8-port synchronous interface. It can only run in the asynchronous
mode and the maximum rate reaches 115.2K.

8AX Interface Module


8AX interface module:

8AX Interface Module Connected C able


The cables of 8AX module adopt 8-port asynchronous serial port cable.

8AX Module Interface Attributes


8AX module interface attributes is as follows:
Attributes Description
Tie-in DB60
Interface standard RS-232
Minimum Baud rate
300
(bps)
Maximum Baud rate
115.2K
(bps)
Connect to terminals (with the function of fixing terminal numbers)
Connect to ATM
Connect to PC working stations
Supported services Connect to routers
Connect to frequency-base or baseband modems
Access PC or router dialing
Other serial devices
X.25
Supported protocol
HDLC

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PPP
SLIP

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System Installation

Precautions
ƒ Read this manual

ƒ Place MP1800-3 on flat surface

ƒ Do not put heavy material on MP1800-3

ƒ Note that cable doesn’t support hot-swap

ƒ Use UPS

ƒ Ensure proper grounding

Environment Requirements

Operati on Environment
To guarantee stable use of router, maintain stable temperature and
humidity in the equipment room. MP1800-3 router must be used indoor.
The requirements for the indoor environment are as follows:

Environment temperature: 0~40°C


Humidity: 10~90%, non-condensing

MP1800-3 router is configured with the cooling fan. The cooling theory is:
With the effect of the fan, the cold air enters the device from the right of
the chassis and drawn out from the left. In this way, the forced convection
is formed and the heat generated during device running is drawn out.

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Around the device, there must be 10cm space to ensure enough cooling
space. It is recommended to install MP1800-3 router on the 19” standard
cabinet. If there is no cabinet, the device also can be placed on the clean
plane horizontally. In the areas with hot summer, it is recommended to
install the air-conditioner.

Temperature & Humidity


To ensure the service quality and life of MP1800-3 router, it is
recommended to maintain a certain temperature and humidity in the
computer lab. If the humidity in the computer lab is high for long time, it
causes the poor insulation and even electricity leak of insulation materials
easily.

Sometimes, the mechanical performances of materials change and the


metal parts are corroded easily, too. If the relative humidity is too low,
insulation pads shrink, which causes the fastened screws loose. Meanwhile,
in dry environment, static electricity appears easily, which harms the
circuits on the router.

If the temperature is too high, the reliability of the router reduces greatly.
The long-time high temperature affects the life and speeds up the aging of
insulation materials.

The recommended temperature and humidity in equipment room:


Temperature Relevant humidity
Long-term Short-term Long-term Short-term

15℃-30℃ 0℃-40℃ 40%-65% 10%-90%

Measuring points of the working temperature and humidity of MP1800-3


router in the equipment room mean the values measured from the floor
above 1.5 m and 0.4 m from the front of the rack when there are no
protection boards.

The short-term working condition means less than 48h continuously and
less than 15 days for the annual total.

Extreme adverse working environment means the environment


temperature and humidity when the air-conditioning system in the
computer room fails. Each time the normal work should be recovered
within less than 5h

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Dust-free Environment
Dust is harmful for MP1800-3 router operation. Dust causes static
absorption, which makes the poor contact of metal pieces. Static
absorption appears especially when the temperature and humidity are
lower, which affects the device life and causes communication fault.

Anti-static
MP1800-3 router takes lots of measures in anti-static, but when the static
exceeds a certain volume, the circuits even the whole monitor are
damaged.

For router communication, static electricity originates from external


electric field of high-pressure like electricity cables and thunders, and
internal system such as floor material and chassis structure. To prevent
the damage caused by the static, do as follows:

• Ensure proper equipment grounding

• Maintain dustproof room

• Keep suitable temperature & humidity

• Wear anti-static equipment

• Place the disassembled circuit board on the anti static workstation


and keep the face upturned or in the anti static bag

When viewing or removing the disassembled circuit board, touch the edge
of circuit board and avoid touching the components on the circuit board.

Anti-interference
The various interference sources no matter from the exterior of devices or
application systems or from the interior affect the devices through
capacitance coupling, inductance coupling, electromagnetic radiation,
public impedance (including grounding system) and lead (such as power
lines, signal lines and output lines).

Therefore, pay attention to the following:

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• Take anti-electric network interference for power system.

• The router working place had better not be used with the grounding
settings of power devices or anti-thunder grounding settings and
the distance between them had better be as long as possible.

• Be away from the strong power radio transmitters, radar


transmitter, and high frequency high-current equipments.

• Take electromagnetic shielding methods when necessary

Check Routers & Accessories


After ensuring the installation environment requirements are met, you can
open the package. However, before installation, check whether the router
and the accessories are complete according to the purchase order.

If some goods are lost or damaged, please contact the dealer or salesman
at once.

During the check, place the device and accessories in the safe place to
prevent the device from falling down or impact; keep the device far from
the liquid and dust to prevent the device from being damaged.

When checking or moving the device, wear gloves to prevent the metal
parts from eroded by the sweat. Reserve the packing materials for future
packing and transporting.

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Router Basic Configuration & Accessories


The configured MP1800-3 router includes the following configuration and
accessories:

Title No Remarks
MP1800-3 1 Router chassis
Power supply cable 1 DC/AC
Console port cable 1 RJ45-DB9 crossing cable
Ethernet cable 2 Straight-through network cable
Technical documents 1 Installation manual and configuration manual
(CD)
Installation accessories 1 A pair of brackets and a set of screws
Product packaging 1 Including foam anti-shocking material and
external packing box, plastic bag etc

Chassis Installation
Tools & Equipment
Tools

ƒ Screwdriver
ƒ Anti-static wear
ƒ Glove

Connected cable

ƒ Console port cable


ƒ Ethernet cable (MP1800-3 Ethernet cable is configured according to the
number of Ethernet modules)
ƒ Modular interface cable

Equipment
ƒ Ethernet 10 BASE-T HUB
ƒ Configuring terminal (can be PC)
ƒ Equipment for optional module

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Machine Installation
MP1800-3 dimensions:
444mm × 318mm × 44.5mm (W×D×H)

ƒ Check the rack. Give enough empty slot space for equipment before
installation.

ƒ Use ruler or tapeline to measure space between installation hole center


distance and horizontal direction.

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ƒ Check the splint, bracket, float nut, fixed nut and empty baffle

ƒ Install equipment on rank splint and bracket. Install splint and bracket
in rank.

Splint or bracket installation

ƒ Check whether floating nut is installed. If not, inset it into hole.

Note: One device should be put on one splint or bracket. Do not keep
several devices together.

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Installing equipment on bracket

MP1800-3 installing to bracket

ƒ Wear gloves and ensure proper grounding

ƒ Put device on flat surface and aim at bracket installation hole to the
side hole and then use bolt to fix

ƒ Check whether the bracket is fixed and straight

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Installing MP1800-3 to rack

Installing MP1800-3 router to rack

ƒ Wear anti-static gloves and ensure proper grounding

ƒ Put device on flat surface and aim at bracket installation hole to the
side hole and then use bolt to fix

ƒ Operator should face the equipment to keep the device level with both
hands. Push device inside with hands.

ƒ Use fixed bolt to install device on the rack

ƒ Check whether device is fixed and straight

ƒ Check the space between installed devices, choose rack baffle to put
among the devices, and then use bolt to fix

To guarantee the radiation space among devices, leave 1U height

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Connecting Power Supply


MP1800-3 router adopts stable switch power supply system and different
areas have different requirements for power supply.

ƒ DC Input power supply: -40~-57V


ƒ AC Input power supply: 100-240V 50/60Hz

ƒ Maximum power consumption:


27W±10% (MP1800)

Use the following power supply jack or multi-functional PC power supply.

The following is the suggested power supply jack.

Ground wire

Naught wire Live wire

Connecting power supply:

ƒ Switch off MP1800 and connect one side of power supply cable to the entry of
back panel of router, and another side to power supply jack.

ƒ Switch power supply on

ƒ Check whether power supply indicator of front panel is on, if not, repeat step
1 and step 2.

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Grounding Requirements

ƒ Grounding mode should be in accordance with the united grounding


requirement of working place, protection place and anti-thunder
grounding.

ƒ Grounding cable section area: grounding cable (section area is


according to maximum current load) should adopt (copper) lead, but
not nakedness lead. The united grounding resistance should be <5Ω.

ƒ Good power supply grounding

Connecting Main Control Board Cable


This section explains the method of connecting MP1800-3 router control
board cable to network including connecting router console port.

Connecting Console Port


MP1800-3 provides one EIA/TIA-232 async serial console port. The user
configures router via this port by adopting RS-232 serial character
terminal (normally it is a PC).

ƒ Step 1: Find a character terminal, and it can be standard terminal with


RS-232 serial or normal PC.

ƒ Step 2: After confirming either router or terminal is out of power


supply, connect RS-232 serial and console port via cables.

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Grounding Wire Connection


Power supply yawp filter is configured at the input end of router power
supply and the center is connected with chassis. For external network
connection such as E1 interface, the grounding cable protects PSTN.

Connect this point and ground it by a thick cable with resistance not more
than 4Ω. If the router is installed on 19-inch standard rack, ground the
rack.

Module Installation
The router adopts modular system structure and different kinds of
interface configuration.

Module installation:

ƒ Choose the module and interface

ƒ Inset module to slot. The module circuit board should inset to interface
card slot.

ƒ Push in the module close to back panel

ƒ Tighten the screw

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bolt module bolt hole


MP1800-3 series router module installation

Connecting Back Panel


Back panel wire connection includes Ethernet interface cable, WAN
sync/async cable connection.

Hardware Installation
ƒ Switch OFF power supply

ƒ Connect one side of AC power supply cable to entry of router power


supply and another side to power supply jack

ƒ Configure the router via console port after first power on

ƒ Inset one side of configuration cable to console port and another side
to PC or terminal serial

ƒ Inset one side of Ethernet cable to LAN interface and another side to
LAN. Connect sync/async communication cable to router WAN Interface.

MP1800-3 sync/async interface works in the mode of V.24/V.35 and these


two modes are completed by V.24/V.35 button.

In V.24 mode, interface adopts standard RS232 cable connection.

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In V.35 mode, interface adopts special V.35DTE cable connection.

V.24/V.35 DTE cable

After cable connection, open the power supply switch for router
configuration.

Module Interface Cable


Connection
1SAE Module Interface Cable Connection
This section explains important points in 1SAE module and cable
connection.

Before connecting sync/async serial, ensure the type of equipment


connecting sync/async serial - which is sync/async, DTE/DCE. Access the
equipment required signal standard, baud rate and sync clock.

DTE, DCE
Sync/async serial usually accesses external Modem or TA (terminal
adapter) as dialup interface. Sync serial has two modes - DTE and DCE.
Router is used as DTE equipment.

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DTE and DCE equipment


Equipment type Interface type Typical equipment
DTE Pin type PC
Router
DCE Hole type MODEM
Multiplexer
CSU/DU

Rate and transmission distance:


Sync/async serial supports different signal standards and baud rate in
different working modes. Choose cables according to prevailing conditions.

V.24 cable rate and transmission distance:


BR (bps) Maximum transmission distance (m)
2400 60
4800 60
9600 30
19200 30
38400 20
64000 20
115200 10

V.35 cable rate and transmission distance:


BR (bps) Maximum transmission distance (m)
2400 1250
4800 625
9600 312
19200 156
38400 78
56000 60
64000 50
2048000 30

When adopting EIA/TIA-232 cable, BR rate cannot be over 64Kbps.

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Connecting 1SAE Module Cable

ƒ Inset one side of DB-25 to 1SAE module DB-25 interface and then screw down
fixed knob.

ƒ Connect another DB25 interface to V.24-V.35 (DB-25, M-34) cable and then
connect to the following equipment:

If WAN is DDN line, connect (V.35 cable) to digital Modem V.35


interface. If WAN is dialup line, connect (V.24 cable) to analog Modem
serial.

Connecting 1CE1/1E1 Module Cable

ƒ Connect one side of BNC plug to BNC interface of 1CE1/E1 module.

ƒ Connect another side to relevant equipment.

ƒ TX should be connected with the RX equipment, and RX should be


connected with TX line.

ƒ Switch power on and check LOS status of 1CE1/E1 module. If lamp is


on, there is malfunction and signal loses sync, so check the line.

ƒ If using RJ45 interface, connect with RJ45-RJ45 twisted-pair. BNC and


RJ45 cannot be used together.

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1M336 Module Cable Connection


ƒ Inset RJ11 plug of 1M336 module cable to LINE jack.

1M128 Module Cable Connection


ƒ Inset RJ11 plug of 1M336 module cable to LINE jack, and another side
with external wire.

ƒ After power on, check ACT status of 1M128 module, and if indicator is
not on, check the circuit.

Connecting 1STA Module Cable

ƒ Inset RJ45 plug of 1STA module cable to RJ45 jack

ƒ Connect another side of RJ45 plug to equipment wire

1U Module Cable Connection


ƒ Inset RJ11 plug of 1U module cable to LINE jack, and another side with
external wire

ƒ After power on, check ACT status of 1U module, and if indicator is not
on, check the circuit.

Connecting 1VOP/2VOP Module Cable

ƒ Inset telephone line to RJ11/RJ45 interface of 1VOP/2VOP, and another


side to telephone.

ƒ When having the phone call, pay attention to the indicator of


1VOP/2VOP card back panel. The indicator and Active light should be
on.

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Connecting 1VOS/2VOS Module Cable

ƒ Inset telephone line to RJ11/RJ45 interface of 1VOS/2VOS and another


side to small switch or external junction box.

ƒ When having the phone call, pay attention to the indicator of


1VOS/2VOS card back panel. The indicator and Active light should be
on.

Connecting 8AX Module Cable

ƒ Inset the DB60 plug of 8AX module cable to the socket. Pay attention
to the positive and negative directions. Screw down the cable fixing
button to fix the cable on the 8AX module socket.

ƒ Connect another RJ45 interface of the cable to relevant equipment wire.

Interface Cable Signal

Ethernet Cable
MP1800-3 Ethernet interface cable is 8-core non-screen twisted-pair.
Port1/2 is sending end and port 3/6 is receiving end.

RJ45 connected cable (type-5 twisted-pair) connection relation:


RJ45 Signal Direction RJ45 Description Length
1 TX+ —> 1 Twisted-pair 2m
2 TX- —> 2 1

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3 RX+ <— 3 Twisted-pair


2
6 RX- <— 6
4 --- --- 4 Twisted-pair
3
5 --- --- 5
7 --- --- 7 Twisted-pair
8 --- --- 8 4

Table A-2 RJ45 crossing cable (type-5 twisted-pair) connection relation


RJ45 Signal Direction RJ45 Description Length
1 TX+ —> 3 Twisted-pair
2 TX- —> 6 1
3 RX+ <— 1 Twisted-pair
6 RX- <— 2 2
2m
4 --- --- 7 Twisted-pair
5 --- --- 8 3
7 --- --- 4 Twisted-pair
8 --- --- 5 4

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Console Port Cable


MP1800-3 console port cable is connected with PC 9-core serial jack, and it
is 8-core non-screen cable. One side is RJ45 plug and another is DB9
(hole).

4 3 2 1
8 7 6 5

RJ45 jack Standard DB9 interface

Console port cable connection relation:


RJ45 Signal Direction DB9 Length
1 CTS —> 8
2 DSR —> 6
3 RXD —> 2
4 GND --- 5
5 --- --- ---
3m
6 TXD <— 3
7 DTR <— 4
8 RTS <— 7
--- --- 1
--- --- 9

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RM2-1E1 & RM2-1CE1 Using


RJ45-RJ45 Crossing Twisted-pair
When using E1 card RJ45 interface, use RJ45-RJ45 crossing twisted-pair.

E1 and CE1 using RJ45-RJ45 crossing twisted-pair:


RJ45 Signal Direction RJ45
1 RX+ <— 4
2 RX- <— 5
3 --- --- 7
6 --- --- 8
4 TX+ —> 1
5 TX- —> 2
7 --- --- 3
8 --- --- 6

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