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Document on ADSL Profile - Sterlite(Huawei) DSLAMs

This document will assist you in changing ADSL and VDSL profile to various data rate parameters
as per requirements. Also we have provided steps to assign modified profiles to user
cards(ADSL/VDSL) or even a single user port.

All instructions or commands in RED color are for your execution in DSLAM.

All instructions or commands in GREEN color is comments or explanations for your reference.

Step 1: Checking current available ADSL profiles in DSLAM


>>User name:root
>>User password: admin or mduadmin( for 64P dslam)
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Huawei Integrated Access Software.
Copyright(C) Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 2002-2011. All rights reserved.
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STL_DSLAM>enable
STL_DSLAM#config
STL_DSLAM(config)#display board 0
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SlotID BoardName Status SubType0 SubType1 Online/Offline
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0
1 H805ADPD Normal
2 H805ADPD Normal
3 H805ADPD Normal
4 H805ADPD Normal
5 H805ADPD Normal
6 H805ADPD Normal
7 H805ADPD Normal
8 H805ADPD Normal
9 H801SCUB Active_normal
10 H801SCUB Standby_normal
11 H805ADPD Normal
12 H805VDMF Normal
13
14
15
16
17
18
19 H801GICD Normal
20 H801GICD Normal
21 H801PRTE Normal
22 H801PRTE Normal
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Check the ADSL and VDSL cards available in DSLAM and its slots so that we can assign profile based on
the cards.

STL_DSLAM(config)#display adsl line-profile // Command to check ADSL profiles


{ <cr>|info<K>|profile-index<U><1,1002> }: (Enter)
Command:
display adsl line-profile
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Profile Profile Operating Channel Min Down Max Down Min Up Max Up
Index Name Mode Mode Rate Rate Rate Rate
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1 DEFVAL All Interleaved 32 6144 32 640 // 6 Mbps profile
1000 ADSL LINE All Fast 32 1024 32 512 // 1 Mbps profile
PROFILE 10
00
1001 ADSL LINE All Interleaved 32 8192 32 640 // 8 MBps profile
PROFILE 10
01
1002 ADSL LINE All Interleaved 32 2048 32 512 // 2 Mbps profile
PROFILE 10
02
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Total: 4
Note : The unit of rate is Kbps

We can see various profile created in DSLAM as shown above, like : 1 Mbps profile with name ADSL
line profile 1000 and its profile-id number is 1000. Also 6 Mbps ( default profile) with name DEFVAL
and profile-id number 1.

STL_DSLAM(config)#display adsl line-profile info


// Command to check the number of ports assigned with above profiles.
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Profile Profile Ref
Index Name Times
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1 DEFVAL 0
1000 ADSL LINE PROFILE 1000 0
1001 ADSL LINE PROFILE 1001 64
1002 ADSL LINE PROFILE 1002 512
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Above details shows us that Profile-index 1001 is used in 64 ports and profile-index 1002 is assigned in
512 ports.

Step 2: Modifying current ADSL profiles in DSLAM

STL_DSLAM(config)#
STL_DSLAM(config)#adsl line-profile modify ?
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Command of config Mode:
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profile-index<U><1,1002>
Profile index
// Below is the Command to modify existing adsl profile in DSLAM. We may use
Profile name or profile id number while modifying profile. 1002 is profile-id number. ADSL LINE
PROFILE NAME 1002 is Profile-name as above.

STL_DSLAM(config)#adsl line-profile modify 1002


Start modifying profile 1002. New setting will take effect automatically after the modification succeed
Press 'Q' to quit the current configuration and new configuration will be
neglected
> Will you set basic configuration for modem? (y/n) [n]:
> Please select channel mode 0-interleaved 1-fast (0~1) [0]:
> Will you set interleaved delay? (y/n) [n]:
> Please select form of transmit rate adaptation in downstream:
> 0-fixed 1-adaptAtStartup 2-adaptAtRuntime (0~2) [1]:
> Will you set SNR margin for modem? (y/n) [n]:

> Will you set parameters for rate? (y/n) [n]:y // Type & Enter Y
> Minimum transmit rate in downstream (32~32000 Kbps) [32]:
> Maximum transmit rate in downstream (32~32000 Kbps) [24544]:2048 // Download speed
> Minimum transmit rate in upstream (32~6000 Kbps) [32]:
> Maximum transmit rate in upstream (32~6000 Kbps) [1024]:512 // Upload speed
Modify profile 1002 successfully, and new setting is taking effect now

Now we have modified the profile to 2 Mbps . Similarly we can create or modify profiles to 4,8,16,24
Mbps based on BSNL requirement.
Eg: For 8 Mbps :
> Maximum transmit rate in downstream (32~32000 Kbps) [24544]:8196
> Maximum transmit rate in upstream (32~6000 Kbps) [1024]:512 or 1024 (Based on BSNL requirement)
: For 16 Mbps :
> Maximum transmit rate in downstream (32~32000 Kbps) [24544]: 16392
> Maximum transmit rate in upstream (32~6000 Kbps) [1024]:512 or 1024 (Based on BSNL requirement)

Step 3: Create new ADSL profiles in DSLAM

STL_DSLAM(config)#adsl line-profile add //The command to add new profile in DSLAM.


{ <cr>|profile-index<U><2,999> }:2 // 2 is the profile-id number.
Command:
adsl line-profile add 2
Start adding profile
Press 'Q' to quit the current configuration and new configuration will be
neglected
> Do you want to name the profile (y/n) [n]:y // Type and Enter Y.
> Please input profile name:16 Mbps // Type Profile name
> Please choose default value type 0-adsl 1-adsl2+ (0~1) [1]:
> Will you set basic configuration for modem? (y/n) [n]:
> Please select channel mode 0-interleaved 1-fast (0~1) [0]:
> Will you set interleaved delay? (y/n) [n]:
> Please select form of transmit rate adaptation in downstream:
> 0-fixed 1-adaptAtStartup 2-adaptAtRuntime (0~2) [1]:
> Will you set SNR margin for modem? (y/n) [n]:
> Will you set parameters for rate? (y/n) [n]:y
> Minimum transmit rate in downstream (32~32000 Kbps) [32]:
> Maximum transmit rate in downstream (32~32000 Kbps) [24544]:16392
> Minimum transmit rate in upstream (32~6000 Kbps) [32]:
> Maximum transmit rate in upstream (32~6000 Kbps) [1024]:1024
Add profile 2 successfully
STL_DSLAM(config)#
//Here 2 is profile-index and profile name is 16 Mbps.

Step 4: Assigning ADSL profiles in single ADSL card of DSLAM:


STL_DSLAM#Config

STL_DSLAM(config)#interface adsl 0/2 // Entering into ADSL card in slot no: 2

STL_DSLAM(config-if-adsl-0/2)#deactivate all ?
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Command of adsl 0/2 Mode:
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<cr> Please press ENTER to execute command

// When a port is active, we cannot add or change profile in that port. So first we are deactivating
all the ports in a ADSL card.

STL_DSLAM(config-if-adsl-0/2)#deactivate all // This command will deactivate all ports in slot 2


Deactivate port 0 successfully
STL_DSLAM(config-if-adsl-0/2)#
Deactivate port 1 successfully
STL_DSLAM(config-if-adsl-0/2)#
Deactivate port 2 successfully
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-
STL_DSLAM(config-if-adsl-0/2)#
Deactivate port 63 successfully
STL_DSLAM(config-if-adsl-0/2)#
The flow for the profile to take effect is complete // All ports successfully deactivated.
STL_DSLAM(config-if-adsl-0/2)#
// Now we need to activate all ports in card with new ADSL Profile. We
may use Profile name or profile id number while activating ports. 1002 is profile-id number.

STL_DSLAM(config-if-adsl-0/2)#activate all profile-index 1002

// This command will Activate all ports in slot 2 with new profile

Send the command to activate port 0 successfully


STL_DSLAM(config-if-adsl-0/2)#
Send the command to activate port 1 successfully
STL_DSLAM(config-if-adsl-0/2)#
Send the command to activate port 2 successfully
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-
STL_DSLAM(config-if-adsl-0/2)#
Send the command to activate port 63 successfully
// All ports successfully activated with new profile.

Step 5: Assigning ADSL profiles in single ADSL port of DSLAM:


STL_DSLAM#Config
STL_DSLAM(config)#interface adsl 0/2 // Entering into ADSL card in slot no: 2
STL_DSLAM(config-if-adsl-0/2)#deactivate 0
// This command will deactivate port number 0 - i.e. 1st port in slot 2
STL_DSLAM(config-if-adsl-0/2)#
Deactivate port 0 successfully
STL_DSLAM(config-if-adsl-0/2)#
STL_DSLAM(config-if-adsl-0/2)#activate 0 profile-index 1002
// This command will Activate port 0 in slot 2 with new profile .
STL_DSLAM(config-if-adsl-0/2)#
Send the command to activate port 0 successfully
STL_DSLAM(config-if-adsl-0/2)#
The Above step of deactivation & activation can be done for port resetting
also.

In the above document I have used Profile-id, similarly you can use profile name also.

STL_DSLAM(config-if-adsl-0/2)#deactivate 0 // Command to Deactivate port 0 of card in slot 2

Deactivate port 0 successfully

STL_DSLAM(config-if-adsl-0/2)#

STL_DSLAM(config-if-adsl-0/2)#activate 0 profile-name

// This command will Activate port 0 in slot 2 with new profile.

> Please input profile name: ADSL LINE PROFILE 1002 // Enter your profile name

STL_DSLAM(config-if-adsl-0/2)#

Send the command to activate port 0 successfully

Now we have assigned modified profile to an ADSL card or single ADSL port. Similarly we can assign
new ADSL profiles to Card or port using above steps.

Step 6: Checking ADSL port status and Profile assigned in ports:


STL_KTK_HAS_MAIN_960P_A_L1_01#display adsl port state all
{ <cr>|active<K> }:
Command:
display adsl port state all
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F/S Port Status Line_Profile Alm_Profile Ext_Profile
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0/1 0 Activating 1002 1 --
0/1 1 Activating 1002 1 --

..
upto last port
0/12 63 Activating 1002 1 --

The above command displays line-profile assigned in the ports line profile 1002.
Port status reference : Activating Enbaled; Activated port is UP; Deactivated Port is disabled.

Instead of display adsl port state all we may use Display adsl port state 0/1 for card status
of 1st card only.
Or Use command Display adsl port state 0/1/0 for 1st port of card status of 1st
card( Individual port).