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SECTION III

iPASOLINK

OPERATION

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  • 1. Getting Started

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1-1

1.1

Conventions Used in This Manual

 

1-1

1.2

LCT Communication Interface

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1-1

1.2.1

Communications 1-1 ..............................................................................................................

1.2.2

Local Port Interface

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1-2

1.3

Equipment Configuration of iPASOLINK

 

1-2

  • 2. Installation of LCT

2-1

2.1

Hardware Requirements

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2-1

2.2

Software Requirements

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2-2

2.3

OS Environment for Windows

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2-2

2.3.1

Internet Explorer

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2-2

2.3.2

Confirming and Setting TCP/IP

2-3

  • 3. System Configuration

 

3-1

3.1

General

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3-1

3.2

System Configuration

 

3-2

3.3

System

Overview

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3-4

3.3.1

IDU Block Diagram

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3-5

3.3.2

ODU Block Diagram

3-5

3.4

Interfaces

3-6

3.4.1

Baseband Interface

3-6

3.4.1.1

E1 Interface

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3-6

3.4.1.2

LAN (FE) Interface

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3-6

3.4.1.3

LAN (GbE) Interface

3-7

3.4.2

LCT /NMS Interface

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3-7

3.4.2.1

LCT Interface .........................................................................................................

3-7

3.4.2.2

NMS Interface

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3-7

3.4.3

ODU Interface

3-8

3.4.3.1

ODU Interface

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3-8

3.4.4

Other Interfaces

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3.4.4.1

ALM/SC/CLK Interface

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3-8

3.4.4.2

USB Memory Interface

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3-8

3.4.5

Additional Interface

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3-9

3.4.5.1

E1 Interface (for Optional Card Slot)

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3-9

3.4.5.2

STM-1 Optical Interface (for Optional Card Slot)

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3-9

3.4.5.3

STM-1 Electrical Interface (for Optional Card Slot)

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3-9

3.4.6

AUX Card

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3-10

3.4.7

Power Line Inlet (for Power Supply Slot)

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3-10

4.

NE Setup

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4-1

4.1

Login/Logout/Exit

4-1

4.1.1

Login NE ..........................................................................................................................

4-1

4.1.2

Logout NE

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4-3

4.1.3

Exit WebLCT

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4-4

4.2

WebLCT Main Window

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4-5

4.3

User Management (Security Managements)

4-8

4.3.1

User Access

Levels

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4-9

4.3.2

Default User Account

4-12

4.3.3

User Account

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4-12

4.3.3.1

Login User List

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4-13

4.3.3.2

User Account Management

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4-13

4.3.3.3

User Group Profile Configuration

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4-23

4.3.4

Security Management

4-30

4.3.4.1

Service Status Setting ..........................................................................................

4-36

4.3.4.2

SNMP

4-37

4.3.4.3

SNMP

Community

4-39

4.3.4.4

SNMP Trap Entry

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4-44

4.3.4.5

NTP

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4-50

4.3.4.6

NTP Server Address

4-52

4.3.4.7

FTP ......................................................................................................................

4-56

4.3.4.8

HTTP

4-59

4.4

Register NE Configuration

4-61

4.4.1

Easy Setup Wizard

4-61

4.4.1.1

Easy Setup

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4-62

4.4.1.2

MODEM Setup

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4-65

4.4.1.3

Management Setup

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4-68

4.4.1.4

TDM Setup

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4-69

4.4.1.5

ETH

Setup

4-71

4.4.2

Equipment Setup

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4-74

4.4.2.1

Equipment Configuration .....................................................................................

4-75

4.4.2.2

Radio Configuration

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4-78

4.4.2.3

AMR Configuration ...............................................................................................

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  • 4.4.2.4 Network Management Configuration

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5.

System Operation

5-1

5.1

Provisioning

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5-1

  • 5.1.1 MODEM Function Setting

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5-2

  • 5.1.1.1 MODEM Port Setting

5-2

  • 5.1.1.2 Radio Switch Setting

5-4 ..............................................................................................

TX Power Setting

  • 5.1.1.3 ...................................................................................................

5-7

ALM Mode Setting

  • 5.1.1.4 ...............................................................................................

5-11

  • 5.1.2 ETH Function Setting

5-13

Bridge Setting

  • 5.1.2.1 ......................................................................................................

5-15

ETH Port Setting

  • 5.1.2.2 ..................................................................................................

5-17

VLAN Setting

  • 5.1.2.3 .......................................................................................................

5-19

FDB Setting

  • 5.1.2.4 ..........................................................................................................

5-31

ETH OAM Setting

  • 5.1.2.5 ................................................................................................

5-40

RSTP Setting

  • 5.1.2.6 .......................................................................................................

5-57

  • 5.1.2.7 QoS/Classification Setting....................................................................................5-62

  • 5.1.2.8 Other ETH Port Setting

5-83

  • 5.1.2.9 LLF Setting

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5-85

  • 5.1.3 Cross Connect Setting

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5-91

  • 5.1.3.1 Cross Connect Setting

5-91

E1 Port Setting

  • 5.1.3.2 ...................................................................................................

5-100

STM-1 Port Setting

  • 5.1.3.3 ............................................................................................

5-103

  • 5.1.4 Equipment Clock / Synchronization Setting

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5-106

  • 5.1.4.1 Equipment Clock Setting

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5-106

EXT Clock Setting

  • 5.1.4.2 ..............................................................................................

5-109

  • 5.1.5 V.11/OW Setting

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5-112

V.11/SC Setting

  • 5.1.5.1 .................................................................................................

5-113

  • 5.1.5.2 V.11 Directional Setting

5-118

  • 5.1.5.3 OW Setting.........................................................................................................5-120

  • 5.1.6 Alarm/AIS Setting

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5-123

  • 5.1.6.1 Correlation/Delay_Stretch Setting

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5-124

  • 5.1.6.2 Alarm Severity Setting

5-126

Color Setting

  • 5.1.6.3 ......................................................................................................

5-128

AIS Setting

  • 5.1.6.4 .........................................................................................................

5-130

  • 5.1.6.5 BER Threshold Setting

5-132

  • 5.1.7 PMON/RMON Setting

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5-136

  • 5.1.7.1 PMON Threshold Setting

5-137

PMON Other

  • 5.1.7.2 ......................................................................................................

5-145

  • 5.1.7.3 RMON Threshold Setting

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5-147

RMON Other

  • 5.1.7.4 ......................................................................................................

5-149

  • 5.1.8 AUX Setting

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5.1.8.1

AUX Input Setting

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5.1.8.2

AUX Output Setting

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5-156

Abbreveations

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DOCUMENT WARRANTY

  • 1. The information contained in this document is subject to change without prior notice.

  • 2. The LCT screen figures in this manual are only examples. Screens will vary according to equipment configurations, equipment operation modes, setting parameters, LCT application program version, etc. Screens contained in this manual are current at the moment of publishing; however, they may differ slightly from the actual screens on your LCT.

  • 3. This manual is written on the assumption that you already understand the restrictions, limitations and precautions necessary to operate the equipment properly. Refer to the equipment manual for details.

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Getting Started

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  • 1. GETTING STARTED

  • 1.1 Conventions Used in This Manual

Table 1-1

Conventions Used in This Manual

Style

What Represents

Example

Italic

For manual titles or related document names.

Refer to iPASOLiNK Operation Manual for details.

Bold

Items and buttons on the user interface. Item on the computer display. File and directory names. Menus and items.

The Overall window

Arrow

A menu name and then the item.

Select System -> Login/Logout

<Item>

A command variable where the user must make the appropriate entry. This is also commonly used when asking for a password.

<password>

Capitalized key

Key name on the keyboard.

Press Enter key

  • 1.2 LCT Communication Interface

1.2.1

Communications

The local craft terminal is a useful tool to the installation and maintenance. iPASOLINK supply users GUI environment through WEB browser. Moreover, this tool supports remote connection.

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Getting Started

  • 1.2.2 Local Port Interface

The LCT Port is located on the front of the equipment.

Draft 1-2 Getting Started 1.2.2 Local Port Interface The LCT Port is located on the front

Figure 1-1

LCT Port Interface

Use LAN Cable connected to the LCT Port at the front of equipment. The LCT port has the following specifications:

10/100 BASE-TX /

Cable Type: RJ45

  • 1.3 Equipment Configuration of iPASOLINK

The following protection is available on a single IDU:

Non-protected (1+0), Protected (1+1) with hot standby / space diversity / twin path with hitless switch, Back-to-back configuration ((1+0) x 2)

Installation of LCT

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  • 2. INSTALLATION OF LCT

  • 2.1 Hardware Requirements

* Windows XP

Item

Required

Recommend

CPU

Pentium M 1.6GHz

 

RAM

512MB

 

HDD

40GB

 

Display

Color LCD (1024x768)

 

LAN Port

10/100BASE-T(X)

 

USB Port

   

* Windows Vista

Item

Required

Recommend

CPU

Intel Core2 Duo 1.6GHz

 

RAM

1GB

 

HDD

40GB

 

Display

Color LCD (1024x768)

 

LAN Port

10/100BASE-T(X)

 

USB Port

   

* Windows 7

Item

Required

Recommend

CPU

Intel Core2 Duo 1.6GHz

 

RAM

1GB

 

HDD

40GB

 

Display

Color LCD (1024x768)

 

LAN Port

10/100BASE-T(X)

 

USB Port

   

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  • 2.2 Software Requirements

OS: WindowsXP (English version), Windows Vista (English version), Windows7 (English version)

Browser: IE8, IE7, Firefox3.6 or higher

  • 2.3 OS Environment for Windows

Check if the following configurations have been done on you PC. If not, follow the procedures to configure your PC.

Internet explorer is installed

TCP/IP Protocol settings are set appropriately

  • 2.3.1 Internet Explorer

Confirm the Internet Explorer is installed on the LCT computer. Select Start -> Program -> Internet Explorer

Draft 2-2 Installation of LCT 2.2 Software Requirements OS: WindowsXP (English version), Windows Vista (English version),

Figure 2-1 Windows Start Menu Window

Installation of LCT

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  • 2.3.2 Confirming and Setting TCP/IP

The IP address of the LCT computer will be detected automatically from DHCP server of NE side.

Setup the IP address to be detected automatically.

Procedure 2-1

  • 1. Log on the Windows OS as Administrator.

  • 2. Select Start -> Settings -> Control Panel from the Start menu of the Windows.

3.

The

Control

Panel

window

appears.

Double-click

the

Network

Connections icon in the Control Panel window.

  • 4. The Network Connections window appears. Double-click the Local Area Connection icon, then click Properties button.

  • 5. The Local Area Connection Properties window appears. Select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), then click Properties button.

  • 6. The Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties window appears. Confirm that the following parameters are set:

The Obtain an IP address automatically radio button is selected.

The Obtain DSN server address automatically radio button is selected.

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Installation of LCT

Draft 2-4 Installation of LCT Figure 2-2 Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties Window 7. Click O K

Figure 2-2

Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties Window

  • 7. Click OK button of Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties window.

  • 8. The Local Area Connection Properties window reappears. Click OK button of the Local Area Connection Properties window.

  • 9. The Network Connections window reappears. Close this window.

System Configuration

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  • 3. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION

3.1

General

iPASOLINK 200 is a basic configuration for nodal application in the wireless iPASOLINK family and providing up to 440 Mbps with flexible combination of native TDM and/or native Ethernet transmission and advanced adaptive modulation scheme operating in 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 13, 15, 18, 23, 26, 28, 32 or 38 GHz bands.

The iPASOLINK 200 consists of antenna, outdoor unit (ODU) and indoor unit (IDU) like as PASOLINK series and accedes to very high performance and ultra high reliability gained through NEC’s rigid TQC activities and vast experience in wired and wireless communication fields.

A single indoor unit (IDU) of iPASOLINK 200 can accommodate up to two (2) independent transmission channels. This allows you to configure back-to-back 1+0, same direction 1+1 twin path, hot standby, diversity.

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  • 3.2 System Configuration

The system consists of the MDP-400MB-1B Modulator-Demodulator (Indoor Unit (IDU)) and TRP-( )G-1D Transmitter-Receiver (Outdoor Unit (ODU)), Hybrid Combiner/Divider and the antenna.

Note:

The

Combiner/Divider

is

used

in

(1+1)

single

antenna

configuration for antenna direct mount type ODUs.

IDU with Antenna Direct Connection

Draft 3-2 System Configuration 3.2 System Configuration The system consists of the MDP-400MB-1B Modulator-Demodulator (Indoor Unit

IDU HS/ HS with Antenna Direct Connection

Draft 3-2 System Configuration 3.2 System Configuration The system consists of the MDP-400MB-1B Modulator-Demodulator (Indoor Unit

IDU HS/ Hybrid SD with Antenna Direct Connection

Draft 3-2 System Configuration 3.2 System Configuration The system consists of the MDP-400MB-1B Modulator-Demodulator (Indoor Unit

IDU Twin-path FD with Antenna Direct Connection

Draft 3-2 System Configuration 3.2 System Configuration The system consists of the MDP-400MB-1B Modulator-Demodulator (Indoor Unit

System Configuration

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IDU HS SD with Antenna Direct Connection

System Configuration Draft 3-3 IDU HS SD with Antenna Direct Connection IDU x2_2way 2+0 Operation NWD-107461
IDU x2_2way 2+0
IDU x2_2way
2+0
System Configuration Draft 3-3 IDU HS SD with Antenna Direct Connection IDU x2_2way 2+0 Operation NWD-107461

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  • 3.3 System Overview

    • - ODU-IDU separate mount type. The connection line is only one coaxial cable.

    • - No protection or protection system is available using common ODU and IDU.

    • - Flexible configuration for ODU and antenna, direct mount / remote mount / 1+0 (non redundant) / 1+1 hot stand-by / 1+1 space diversity / 1+1 frequency diversity (twin path), 2+0.

    • - ACCP, ACAP, CCDP and these combined configurations are available.

    • - 19 inches one rack unit size compact IDU,

> 483 mm (W) x 44 mm (H) x 240 mm (D)

Figure 3-1 IDU Outline
Figure 3-1
IDU Outline
  • - Small and light weight ODU for easy handling and installation.

Figure 3-2 ODU Type
Figure 3-2
ODU Type
  • - Wide temperature range of ODU and IDU

  • - DC input voltage nominal rating: -48 VDC

> Wider range power rating is optional: +/- 20 to 60 VDC

System Configuration

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  • 3.3.1 IDU Block Diagram

System Configuration Draft 3-5 3.3.1 IDU Block Diagram Figure 3-3 IDU Block Diagram 3.3.2 ODU Block

Figure 3-3

IDU Block Diagram

  • 3.3.2 ODU Block Diagram

System Configuration Draft 3-5 3.3.1 IDU Block Diagram Figure 3-3 IDU Block Diagram 3.3.2 ODU Block

Figure 3-4

ODU Block Diagram

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System Configuration

3.4

Interfaces

Draft 3-6 System Configuration 3.4 Interfaces Figure 3-5 IDU Interface Layout 3.4.1 Baseband Interface The iPASOLINK

Figure 3-5

IDU Interface Layout

  • 3.4.1 Baseband Interface

The iPASOLINK 200 has various interfaces specified by the ITU-T standard and IEEE standard as listed below:

  • 3.4.1.1 E1 Interface

    • - Signal rate: 16 x E1 (2.048 Mbps)

    • - Interface: HDB-3 (ITU-T G.703)

    • - Impedance: 75 ohms or 120 ohms (selectable)

    • - Connector: MDR68

  • 3.4.1.2 LAN (FE) Interface

    • - Type: 10Base-T/100Base-TX (auto or fixed) / RJ-45

    • - Port number and interface: 2 (default), Max.4 (2xFE interface can be changed into 4 x 10/100/ 1000Base-T by software key)

    • - VLAN: Port-based VLAN / Tag-based VLAN

    • - QoS: 802.1p CoS / ToS / Diffserv / MPLS EXP*

    • - QoS control: Deficit WRR or SP+3class Deficit WRR

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    • - Bandwidth management: Shaper and Policing per VLAN or Port

    • - Protection: STP/RSTP (802.1D/w) / LACP (802.3ad)*

    • 3.4.1.3 LAN (GbE) Interface

      • - Type: 1000Base-T/SX/LX (auto or fixed) / LC (SFP)

      • - Port number and interface: 2 (default), Max.4 (2xFE interface can be changed into 4 x 10/100/ 1000Base-T (RJ-45) by software key)

      • - VLAN: Port-based VLAN / Tag-based VLAN

      • - QoS: 802.1p CoS / ToS / Diffserv / MPLS EXP*

      • - QoS control: Deficit WRR or SP+3class Deficit WRR

      • - Bandwidth management: Shaper and Policing per VLAN or Port

      • - Protection: RSTP (802.1w) / LACP (802.3ad)*

    • 3.4.2 LCT /NMS Interface

      • 3.4.2.1 LCT Interface

    The local craft terminal is a useful tool to the installation and maintenance. iPASOLINK supply users GUI environment through WEB browser. Moreover, this tool supports remote connection.

    • - Type: 10/100Base-TX / RJ-45

    • - Port number and interface: 1

    Note:

    LCT interface has “NE1” and “NE2”. These interfaces are to be used for IDU-IDU back-to-back stacking.

    • 3.4.2.2 NMS Interface

    This port is used to connect with the NMS server through the network.

    • - Type: 10/100Base-TX / RJ-45

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    System Configuration

    • - Port number and interface: 1

    Note:

    NMS interface has “NE1” and “NE2”. These interfaces are to be used for IDU-IDU back-to-back stacking.

    • 3.4.3 ODU Interface

    This is a port used to connect ODU with IDU with the coaxial cable.

    • 3.4.3.1 ODU Interface

      • - TNC female

    • 3.4.4 Other Interfaces

      • 3.4.4.1 ALM/SC/CLK Interface

    This port is used for alarm outside connection, and for digital service channels and external clock signal.

    • - D-sub high density 44-way female

    • 3.4.4.2 USB Memory Interface

    USB memory is useful to store the equipment setting and configuration data. This information storage is used for equipment replacement and recovery of setting and configuration.

    • - USB type 1 female

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    • 3.4.5 Additional Interface

    The iPASOLINK 200 has optional card slots, AUX slot and power supply line inlet and can add interfaces as listed below:

    • 3.4.5.1 E1 Interface (for Optional Card Slot)

    16 E1 can be added by adding optional E1 card.

    • - Signal rate: 16 x E1 (2.048Mbps) / MDR68

    • - Interface: HDB-3 (ITU-T G.703)

    • - Impedance: 75 ohms or 120 ohms (selectable)

    • 3.4.5.2 STM-1 Optical Interface (for Optional Card Slot)

    This card has E1 and STM-1 converter function and has STM-1 optical interface.

    • - Signal rate: 1 or 2 x 155.52 Mbps

    • - Interface: S-1.1/L-1.1 (ITU-T G.957)

    • - Connector: LC

    • 3.4.5.3 STM-1 Electrical Interface (for Optional Card Slot)

    This card is the same function as STM-1 optical function and has STM-1 electrical interface.

    • - Signal rate: 1 or 2 x 155.52 Mbps

    • - Interface: CMI (ITU-T G.703)

    • - Connector: IEC 169-29 (1.0/2.3)

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    System Configuration

    • 3.4.6 AUX Card

    This card supports cluster alarms and DI/DO (data-in/ data-out).

    • - Cluster alarm: Alarm extension and combining.

    • - DI: Remote input port for external alarms, etc.

    • - DO: Remote output from EMS controller.

    • - D-sub high density 44 ways female

    • 3.4.7 Power Line Inlet (for Power Supply Slot)

    Additional power line inlet can apply for operation of two independently power lines.

    NE Setup

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    • 4. NE SETUP

    4.1

    Login/Logout/Exit

    • 4.1.1 Login NE

    Users are registered by means of login name and password. To protect the network and network management system from unauthorized access or unauthorized modifications, three levels (refer to the table shown in section 4.3.2 User Account Management) of users are defined with different privileges. The functions available in the window depend on the user’s access level. Therefore, some of the functions may or may not be carried out.

    The highest or administrator level (Admin) has full access to the network and network management system.

    Procedure 4-1

    • 1. Power on the computer.

    • 2. Log in the Windows as Administrator.

    • 3. Select Start -> Programs -> Internet Explorer from start menu.

    • 4. The Internet Explorer window appears. Input the IP address of the NE and WebLCT in URL Address box as shown below. Ex: http://172.17.254.253/weblct/

    NE Setup Draft 4-1 4. NE SETUP 4.1 Login/Logout/Exit 4.1.1 Login NE Users are registered by

    Figure 4-1

    Internet Explorer Window

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    4-2

    NE Setup

    5. The WebLCT login window appears. Input user name and password in User Name and Password
    5.
    The WebLCT login window appears. Input user name and password in User
    Name and Password textbox then press OK.
    Figure 4-2
    WebLCT Login Window
    The following is the default user name and password for iPASOLINK 200:
    User Name : Admin
    Password : 12345678
    6.
    The WebLCT main window appears.
    Draft 4-2 NE Setup 5. The WebLCT login window appears. Input user name and password in

    Figure 4-3

    WebLCT Main Window

    NE Setup

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    4-3

    • 4.1.2 Logout NE

    Procedure 4-2

    • 1. Click Logout button in the right top of the WebLCT main window.

    NE Setup Draft 4-3 4.1.2 Logout NE Procedure 4-2 1. Click Logout button in the right

    Figure 4-4

    WebLCT Main Window

    • 2. The Confirmation box appears. Click OK button to log out.

    NE Setup Draft 4-3 4.1.2 Logout NE Procedure 4-2 1. Click Logout button in the right

    Figure 4-5

    Confirmation Box

    • 3. The WebLCT Login window appears again.

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    4-4

    NE Setup

    Draft 4-4 NE Setup Figure 4-6 WebLCT Login Window This step is end of procedure. 4.1.3

    Figure 4-6

    WebLCT Login Window

    This step is end of procedure.

    • 4.1.3 Exit WebLCT

    The following shows the methods to exit the WebLCT:

    Select File (F) -> Close (X) from the Internet Explorer menu bar.

    Click X button in the right top of the Internet Explorer window.

    NE Setup

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    • 4.2 WebLCT Main Window

    This section describes the contents and structure of the WebLCT main window.

    NE Setup Draft 4-5 4.2 WebLCT Main Window This section describes the contents and structure of

    Figure 4-7

    WebLCT Main Window

    (1) Login User Name

    This part shows the current logged in user name.

    (2) Refresh Button

    Click Refresh button to window.

    update the current status of the WebLCT

    main

    (3) Equipment Status View

    This part shows the current equipment status.

    (4) Opposite Site Links

    This part shows a list of NE on the opposite site, user can select the NE from the pull down list to log in to the specified NE on the opposite site.

    (5) Maintenance Button Click Maintenance button before user performs any maintenance operation.

    (6) Logout Button Click Logout button to log out from NE.

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    NE Setup

    (7) Alarm and Status View

    Click the corresponding tab to switch among the different event log view.

    (8) Menu Tree

    This part shows the tree view of the relevant configuration and provisioning menu of the equipment.

    The available operations via the WebLCT are shown below.

    • (a) Current Status Select this menu to show the equipment current status or history events for each part of the NE (Active Alarm, Event Log, ODU, IDU, AUX).

    • (b) Easy Setup Wizard Follow the Easy Setup Wizard to setup the basic configuration of the equipment. The wizard includes ODU and IDU package registering, removing function. This wizard provides a easier way to setup cross connect, VLAN service and other necessary configuration for a new equipment.

    • (c) Equipment Setup Select this menu to register or remove ODU and IDU package and other relevant configuration.

    • (d) Provisioning Select this menu to configure the detail settings of the IDU and ODU.

    • (e) Maintenance Control Select this menu to operate Protection Switch, Loopback, H/W_F/W Reset etc.

    • (f) Maintenance Test Select this menu to measure the link quality of Ethernet traffic.

    • (g) Current/History PMON/RMON Report Select this menu to browse the report of Current, History, PMON and RMON. User can also export the data to external storage (Local PC, USB Memory). (For more details, refer to Maintenance Manual)

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    • (h) Metering Select this menu to measure the real time TX power, RX level, ODU power supply and BER.

    • (i) Equipment Utility Select this menu to upload and download equipment configuration data, software and firmware and FPGA data.

    • (j) User Account/Security Setting Select this menu to add, remove and modify user account of the equipment, and setup user account security.

    • (k) Inventory Select this menu to browse inventory information about the Equipment and Software License.

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    • 4.3 User Management (Security Managements)

    User management is the function to manage the authorized user access to network system and prevent unauthorized user from accessing to the network system.

    Access Level

    There are three user access levels with different privilege in iPASOLINK as shown in the following table. For details of available operations of each access level, refer to Table 4-3 User Access Privilege Levels.

     

    Table 4-1

    Access Level

    Access

    Description

    File Operation

    SNMP

    Level

    Operation

    Operator

    View configuration and equipment status

    Upload only

    Get

    Config

    Operator user level + Management, Radio base band, switching Function

    Upload/Download

    Get/Set

    Admin

    Config user level + Data file update + User management, Time management

    Upload/Download

    Get/Set

    Note:

    About the terms Upload and Download mentioned in the table above, refer to the following description.

    • 1. Upload means copy the file from NE to external storage, such as WebLCT PC.

    • 2. Download means copy the file from external storage to the equipment internal storage.

    User Group

    User Group configuration allow user to manage the Protocol Type and Access Level for each group.

    The user that assigned to the specified user group in iPASOLINK will be assigned with pre-defined protocol and access level of the group.

    Beside of the three default user groups, user can add up to six user groups additionally. The default user groups are shown below.

    Note:

    User can not change the options of default user group.

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    User Group Profile

    Group

    classification

    TELNET

    SSH

    FTP

    HTTP

    SNMP

    Access

    Name

    Level

    OPERATOR

    Unchangeable

    Operator

    CONFIG

    Unchangeable

    Config

    ADMIN

    Unchangeable

    Admin

    • 4.3.1 User Access Levels

    The following describes the details of each access levels. Remote means when user access to the equipment

    R/W: Read and write R: Read only

    O: The functions are available when user accesses to the equipment remotely but restricted by the assigned access level.

    Table 4-3

    User Access Privilege Levels

    WebLCT Menu

    Admin

    Config

    Operator

    Remote

    Easy Setup Wizard

    Easy Setup

    R/W

         

    MODEM Setup

    R/W

         

    Management Setup

    R/W

         

    ETH Setup

    R/W

         

    TDM Setup

    R/W

         

    Equipment Setup

    Equipment Configuration

    R/W

    R

    R

    O

    Radio Configuration

    R/W

    R/W

    R

    O

    AMR Configuration

    R/W

    R/W

    R

    O

    Network Management

    General Setting

    R/W

    R

    R

    O

    Configuration

    General Setting (Detail)

    R/W

    R

    R

    O

    Routing Setting

    R/W

    R

    R

    O

    Provisioning

    MODEM Function Setting

    MODEM Port Setting

    R/W

    R/W

    R

    O

    Radio Switch Setting

    R/W

    R/W

    R

    O

    TX Power Setting

    R/W

    R/W

    R

    O

    ALM Mode Setting

    R/W

    R/W

    R

    O

    BER Threshold Setting

    R/W

    R/W

    R

    O

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    Admin

    Config

    Operator

    Remote

    ETH Function Setting

    Bridge Setting

    R/W

    R/W

    R

    O

    ETH Port Setting

    R/W

    R/W

    R

    O

    VLAN Setting

    R/W

    R/W

    R

    O

    FDB Setting

    R/W

    R/W

    R

    O

    ETH OAM Setting

    R/W

    R/W

    R

    O

    RSTP Setting

    R/W

    R/W

    R

    O

    QoS/Classification Setting

       

    R

     

    Filter Setting

    R/W

    R/W

    R

    O

    Other ETH Port Setting

    R/W

    R/W

    R

    O

    LLF Setting

    R/W

    R/W

    R

    O

    Provisioning

    E1/STM-1/Cross Connect

    Cross Connect Setting

    R/W

    R/W

    R

    O

    Setting

    E1 Port Setting

    R/W

    R/W

    R

    O

    STM-1 Port Setting

    R/W

    R/W

    R

    O

    EXT Clock Setting

    Equipment Clock Setting

    R/W

    R/W

    R

    O

    EXT Clock Setting

    R/W

    R/W

    R

    O

    Relay-Alarm Mapping Setting

    Relay Control Setting

    R/W

    R/W

    R

    O

    Cluster Alarm Setting

    R/W

    R/W

    R

    O

    V.11/OW Setting

    V.11/SC Setting

    R/W

    R/W

    R

    O

    V.11 Directional Setting

    R/W

    R/W

    R

    O

    OW Setting

    R/W

    R/W

    R

    O

    Alarm/AIS Setting

    Correration/Delay_Strech

    R/W

    R/W

    R

    O

    Setting

    Alarm Severity Setting

    R/W

    R/W

    R

    O

    Color Setting

    R/W

     

    R

     

    AIS Setting

    R/W

    R/W

    R

    O

    PMON/RMON Threshold

    PMON Threshold

    R/W

    R/W

    R

    O

    Setting

    PMON Other

    R/W

    R/W

    R

    O

    RMON Threshold

    R/W

    R/W

    R

    O

    RMON Other

    R/W

    R/W

    R

    O

    AUX Setting

    AUX Input Setting

    R/W

    R/W

    R

    O

    AUX Output Setting

    R/W

    R/W

    R

    O

    Maintenance Control

    Loopback Control

    MODEM Loopback Control

    R/W

    R/W

    R

     

    TDM Loopback Control (E1 LB1)

    R/W

    R/W

    R

     

    TDM Loopback Control (E1 LB2)

    R/W

    R/W

    R

     

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    WebLCT Menu

    Admin

    Config

    Operator

    Remote

     

    TDM Loopback Control (STM-1 LB1)

    R/W

    R/W

    R

     

    TDM Loopback Control (STM-1 LB2)

    R/W

    R/W

    R

     

    Protection Control

    MODEM TX/RX SW Control

    R/W

    R/W

    R

     

    PSTP Control

    R/W

     

    R

     

    SNCP SW Control

    R/W

    R/W

    R

     

    Timing Source SW Control

    R/W

    R/W

    R

     

    MODEM Maintenance Control

    R/W

    R/W

    R

     

    Auto Laser Shutdown Control

    R/W

    R/W

    R

     

    H/W_F/W Reset Control

    H/W Reset Control

    R/W

    R/W

    R

     

    F/W Reset Control

    R/W

    R/W

    R

     

    PMON/RMON/FDB Clear

    R/W

    R

    R

     

    Offline Maintenance

       

    -

     

    Maintenance Test

    ETH OAM LB/LT/LM/DM Control

    R/W

    R/W

    R

     

    Current/History PMON/RMON Report

    MODEM PMON Report

       

    R

     

    E1 PMON Report

       

    R

     

    STM-1 PMON Report

       

    R

     

    ETH RMON Report

       

    R

     

    VLAN Counter Report

       

    R

     

    ETH OAM Counter Report

       

    R

     

    Metering

    Current Metering

       

    R

     

    Equipment Utility

    User Account/Security Setting

    Login User

    R/W

    -

    -

     

    User Account Management

    R/W

    -

    -

     

    User Group Profile Configuration

    R/W

    -

    -

     

    Security Management

    Security Status Setting

    R/W

    R

    R

     

    Inventory

    Equipment Inventory Information

    R/W

    R/W

    R

     

    S/W License Information

    R/W

    R/W

    R

     

    S/W License Setup

    Import License Key

    R/W

     

    R

     

    Radio Capacity Setting

    R/W

     

    R

     

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    4.3.2

    Default User Account

     

    There are three default user accounts in iPASOLINK with the pre-defined access level and privileges. User can add up to nine user accounts additionally.

    Following describes the details of the default user account.

     
     

    Table 4-4

    Default User Account

    User

    Default Password

    Description

    Default Group

    Name

    User

    87654321

    User is able to confirm system configuration and equipment status. It is not available to make any configuration change.

    OPERATOR

    Config

    87654321

    Beside of the function can be performed by User, Config user is able to do radio management, baseband management, Switching function management for C-Plane control.

    CONFIG

    Admin

    12345678

    Beside of the function can be performed by Config user, Admin user is able to do database management, file management, user management and time management for M-Plane control.

    ADMIN

    4.3.3

    User Account

    The following User Management Functions are available on iPASOLINK.

    Login User List Display the information of registered User Account in iPASOLINK and modify User profiles such as password and User Group Profile.

    User Account Management Register new user account, modify and delete exist user account.

    User Group Profile Configuration Register new user group, modify and delete exist user group.

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    • 4.3.3.1 Login User List

    This function is for confirming the existing user account in iPASOLINK.

    Procedure 4-3

    • 1. Expand User Account/Security Setting from the WebLCT menu.

    • 2. Select Login User List from the User Account/Security Setting sub menu.

    • 3. The Login User List window appears.

    NE Setup Draft 4-13 4.3.3.1 Login User List This function is for confirming the existing user

    Figure 4-8

    Login User List Window

    This step is the end of the procedure.

    • 4.3.3.2 User Account Management

    This function is for registering new user accounts, modifying and deleting existing user account in iPASOLINK.

    Note:

    This function is available for Admin access level user only.

    Add User Account

    This function is for registering the new user account other than the existing user account.

    Note: Up to nine user accounts can be added beside of the three default user accounts.

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    Modify User Account

    This function is for modifying existing user account information including password and user group.

    Delete User Account

    This function is for deleting existing user account.

    (1) Add User Account

    Note:

    Security Level (hash Algorithm / Priv (Privacy) Algorithm) is required to be set when registering new user account. It is impossible to modify it after a user account has been registered.

    Procedure 4-4

    • 1. Expand User Account/Security Setting from the WebLCT menu.

    • 2. Select User Account Management from the User Account/Security Setting sub menu.

    • 3. Click Add User button on the left top of the User Account Management window.

    Draft 4-14 NE Setup Modify User Account This function is for modifying existing user account information

    Figure 4-9

    User Account Management Window

     
    • 4. User

    The

    Setting

    dialog

    box

    appears.

    Enter

    the

    proper

    value

    for

    each

    parameter.

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    NE Setup Draft 4-15 Figure 4-10 User Setting Management Dialog Box Table 4-5 Add User Account

    Figure 4-10

    User Setting Management Dialog Box

    Table 4-5

    Add User Account

     

    Item

    Parameter

    User Name

    • 1 to 31 characters

    Password

    • 8 to 31 characters

    Group

    ADMIN/CONFIG/OPERATOR or GROUP added (For more details refer to 4.3.3.3 User Group Profile Management)

    Security

    NoAuthNoPriv

    User login without authentication and encryption.

    Level

    AuthNoPriv

    User login need authentication (MD5 or SHA1 based) but without encrypted.

    AuthPriv

    User login need authentication (MD5 or SHA1 based) and the data is encrypted by DES or AES.

    Auth Algorithm

    Select Authentication Algorithm between MD5 and SHA (For more details refer to (b) in case AuthNoPriv is selected)

    Auth Key

    Input 8 to 16 digits Public key of MD5 or SHA1

    Priv Algorithm

    Select the encryption method between DES/ AES (For more details refer to following (c) in case of AuthPriv is selected)

    Priv Key

    Input 8 to 16 digits key of DES or AES

    • 5. Click Set Password in the User Setting dialog box. The Set Password box appears. Enter the same password into New Password and Re-Enter boxes and then click OK button.

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    Figure 4-11

    Set PassWord Box

    • 6. The User Setting dialog box appears again. Click OK button to close the dialog box.

    Draft 4-16 NE Setup Figure 4-11 Set PassWord Box 6. The User Setting dialog box appears

    Figure 4-12

    User Setting Dialog Box

    • 7. Select the security level. Note:

    Selection of Auth / Priv Algorithm will change according to the security level below.

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    Table 4-6

    Security Level Parameter

    Item

    Parameter

    Security

    NoAuthNoPriv

    User login without authentication and encryption.

    Level

    AuthNoPriv

    User login need authentication (MD5 or SHA1 based) but without encrypted.

    AuthPriv

    User login need authentication (MD5 or SHA1 based) and the data is encrypted by DES or AES.

    Auth Algorithm

     

    Select Authentication Algorithm between MD5 and SHA (For more details refer to (b) below in case AuthNoPriv is selected)

    Auth Key

    Input 8 to 16 digits Public key of MD5 or SHA1

    Priv Algorithm

     

    Select the encryption method between DES/ AES (For more details refer to (c) below in case AuthPriv is selected)

    Priv Key

    Input 8 to 16 digits key of DES or AES

    Security Level

     
    • (a) For NoAuthNoPriv

    For

    NoAuthNoPriv,

    Auth

    Algorithm

    and

    Private

    Algorithm

    are

    not

    selectable.

     
    NE Setup Draft 4-17 Table 4-6 Security Level Parameter Item Parameter Security NoAuthNoPriv User login without

    Figure 4-13

    User Setting (NoAuthNoPriv) Box

    • (b) For AuthNoPriv For AuthNoPriv, Auth Algorithm and Auth Key are selectable.

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    Figure 4-14

    User Setting (AuthNoPriv) Box

     

    Table 4-7

    Auth Algorithm

    Auth Algorithm Type

     

    Description

    MD5

    One of the Hash Algorithm for authentication and digital signature. In order to detect the falsification of Original data during the data transmitting, Original data will be converting the Hash by comparing at both ends.

    SHA

    One of the Hash Algorithm for authentication and digital signature. In order to detect the falsification of Original data during the data transmitting, Less than 2 64 bits of original data will be converting the Hash of 160 bits by comparing at both ends.

    (c) For AuthPriv

    For AuthPriv, Auth Algorithm, Auth key and Pri Algorithm Priv Key are selectable.

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    NE Setup Draft 4-19 Figure 4-15 User Setting (AuthPriv) Box Table 4-8 Privacy Algorithm Privacy Algorithm

    Figure 4-15

    User Setting (AuthPriv) Box

    Table 4-8

    Privacy Algorithm

    Privacy Algorithm

    Description

    Type

    DES

    DES is 56 bits encryption key and encryption by 64 bit block.

    AES

    SPN structured block encryption, block length is 128 bits, and the length of key is 128 / 192 / 256 bits.

    • 8. Click OK button after specifying the proper value for each parameter.

    • 9. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

    NE Setup Draft 4-19 Figure 4-15 User Setting (AuthPriv) Box Table 4-8 Privacy Algorithm Privacy Algorithm

    Figure 4-16 Information Box

    10. The User Account Management window appears again. Confirm the user account information displayed.

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    This step is the end of the procedure.

    (2) Modify User Account

    Procedure 4-5

    • 1. Expand User Account/Security Setting from the WebLCT menu.

    • 2. Select User Account Management from the User Account/Security Setting sub menu.

    • 3. The User Account Management window appears. Click the desired user account.

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    Figure 4-17

    User Account Management Window

    • 4. The User Setting box appears. Specify the proper value of each parameter.

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    NE Setup Draft 4-21 Figure 4-18 User Setting Box • Select the user group from Group

    Figure 4-18

    User Setting Box

    Select the user group from Group Name dropdown list to change the user group of the user.

    Click Set Password on the top of the User Setting box to change the current

    password.

    Enter the new password into New Password and Re-Enter on the

    Set Password box.

    NE Setup Draft 4-21 Figure 4-18 User Setting Box • Select the user group from Group

    Figure 4-19

    Set Password Box

    • 5. Click Ok button after inputting all the information.

    • 6. The Information box appears. Click Ok button.

    NE Setup Draft 4-21 Figure 4-18 User Setting Box • Select the user group from Group

    Figure 4-20

    Information Box

    • 7. The User Account Management window appears again.

    Confirm the

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    modified user account information displayed.

    Draft 4-22 NE Setup modified user account information displayed. Figure 4-21 User Account Management Window This

    Figure 4-21

    User Account Management Window

    This step is the end of the procedure.

    (3) Delete User Account

    Procedure 4-6

    • 1. Expand User Account/Security Setting from the WebLCT menu.

    • 2. Select User Account Management from the User Account/Security Setting sub menu.

    • 3. Click Delete User button on the User Account Management window.

    Draft 4-22 NE Setup modified user account information displayed. Figure 4-21 User Account Management Window This

    Figure 4-22

    User Account Management Window

    • 4. The User Setting box appears. Select the user account from drop-down list and click OK button.

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    Figure 4-23

    User Select Box

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    • 5. The Confirmation box appears. Confirm the user name being deleted and then click OK button.

    NE Setup Draft 4-23 5. The Confirmation box appears. Confirm the user name being deleted and

    Figure 4-24

    Confirmation Box

    • 6. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

    NE Setup Draft 4-23 5. The Confirmation box appears. Confirm the user name being deleted and

    Figure 4-25

    Information Box

    • 7. The User Account Management window appears again. Confirm that the user has been deleted.

    NE Setup Draft 4-23 5. The Confirmation box appears. Confirm the user name being deleted and

    Figure 4-26

    User Account Management Window

    This step is the end of the procedure.

    • 4.3.3.3 User Group Profile Configuration

    This setting is for registering and modifying the user group profiles.

    The privilege of iPASOLINK user is subject to change according to the assigned user access level and protocols that specified in the User Group Profile.

    Only Admin level user is able to configure the settings.

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    Add User Group Profile

    This function is for registering the new User Group Profile other than the default User Group Profile.

    Note: Up to six User Group Profiles can be registered beside of the three default User Group Profiles.

    Modify User Group Profile

    This function is for modifying the existing User Group Profile (Access Level and Protocol).

    Delete User Group Profile

    This function is for deleting the existing User Group Profile.

    (1) Add User Group

    Procedure 4-7

    • 1. Expand User Account/Security Setting from the WebLCT menu.

    2.

    Select

    User

    Group

    Profile

    Configuration

    Account/Security Setting sub menu.

    from

    the

    User

    • 3. Click Add Group on the top of the User Group Profile Configuration window.

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    Figure 4-27

    User Group Profile Configuration Window

    • 4. The Group Setting box appears. Specify the proper value for each parameter and the click OK button.

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    NE Setup Draft 4-25 Figure 4-28 Group Setting Box Table 4-9 User Group Profile Configuration Parameter

    Figure 4-28

    Group Setting Box

    Table 4-9

    User Group Profile Configuration

    Parameter

    Description

    Group Name

    1 to 32 characters

    FTP

    Allow or deny using FTP Protocol to transmit Files.

    HTTP

    Allow or Deny using HTTP Protocol for WebLCT to access equipment.

    SNMP

    Allow or Deny using SNMP Protocol to access to network equipment.

    Access Level

    Specify the user access level (Admin/Config/Operator)

    (For more details refer to Table 4-3

    User Access Privilege Levels)

    • 5. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

    NE Setup Draft 4-25 Figure 4-28 Group Setting Box Table 4-9 User Group Profile Configuration Parameter

    Figure 4-29

    Information Box

    • 6. The User Group Profile Configuration window appears again. Confirm newly added User Group Profile information displayed.

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    Draft 4-26 NE Setup Figure 4-30 User Group Profile Configuration Window This step is the end

    Figure 4-30

    User Group Profile Configuration Window

    This step is the end of the procedure.

    (2) Modify User Group

    Procedure 4-8

    • 1. Expand User Account/Security Setting from the WebLCT menu.

    2.

    Select

    User

    Group

    Profile

    Configuration

    Account/Security Setting sub menu.

    from

    the

    User

    • 3. The User Group Profile Configuration window appears. Click the desired Group Name.

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    Figure 4-31

    User Group Profile Configuration

    • 4. The Group Setting box appears. Modify the parameters accordingly and then click OK button.

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    NE Setup Draft 4-27 Figure 4-32 Group Setting Box • Click either Allow or Deny radio

    Figure 4-32

    Group Setting Box

    Click either Allow or Deny radio button of the corresponding protocol to change the setting.

    Select the proper Access Level from drop-down list to change the access level of the user group.

    • 5. Click OK button after completing the modification.

    • 6. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

    NE Setup Draft 4-27 Figure 4-32 Group Setting Box • Click either Allow or Deny radio

    Figure 4-33

    Information Box

    • 7. The User Group Profile Configuration window appears again. Confirm the user group profile information displayed.

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    Figure 4-34

    User Group Profile Configuration Window

    This step is the end of the procedure.

    (3) Delete User Group

    Note:

    A user group can be deleted only when no user account has been assigned to the user group.

    Procedure 4-9

    • 1. Expand User Account/Security Setting from the WebLCT menu.

    2.

    Select

    User

    Group

    Profile

    Configuration

    Account/Security Setting sub menu.

    from

    the

    User

    • 3. The User Group Profile Configuration window appears. Click Delete Group button.

    Draft 4-28 NE Setup Figure 4-34 User Group Profile Configuration Window This step is the end

    Figure 4-35

    User Group Profile Configuration Window

    • 4. The Group Setting box appears. Select the Group profile name from the drop-down list.

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    NE Setup Draft 4-29 Figure 4-36 Group Setting Box 5. The Confirmation box appears. Confirm that

    Figure 4-36

    Group Setting Box

    • 5. The Confirmation box appears. Confirm that the User Group name is deleted and then click OK button.

    NE Setup Draft 4-29 Figure 4-36 Group Setting Box 5. The Confirmation box appears. Confirm that

    Figure 4-37

    Confirmation Box

    • 6. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

    NE Setup Draft 4-29 Figure 4-36 Group Setting Box 5. The Confirmation box appears. Confirm that

    Figure 4-38

    Information Box

    • 7. The User Group Profile Configuration window appears again. Confirm the User Group Profile information displayed.

    NE Setup Draft 4-29 Figure 4-36 Group Setting Box 5. The Confirmation box appears. Confirm that

    Figure 4-39

    User Group Profile Configuration Window

    This step is the end of the procedure.

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    • 4.3.4 Security Management

    iPASOLINK supports the following Protocol and Security Management functions.

    (1) SNMPv1 (Simple Network Management Protocol Version 1)

    SNMPv1 is a communication protocol to monitor/control the network equipment on IP network and specified by flowing RFC.

     

    Table 4-10

    RFC Standard

    RFC No.

    Title

    RFC 1155

    Structure and Identification of Management Information on TCP/IP-based Internets (SMIv1)

    RFC 1157

    A Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)

    RFC 1213

    Management Information Base on Network Management of TCP/IP-based internets: MIB-II

    iPASOLINK mounts SNMPv1 to provide the following functions:

    - GET/SET of MIB

    Responds the request of PDU (Protocol Data Unit) supported by SNMPv1.

    Up to ten SNMP managers including the setting of IP address, community name, security settings, etc. can be registered via the WebLCT.

    By default iPASOLINK uses the port 161 to receive the SNMP request UDP. If user wants to use the pot other than the default one, it can be changed via the WebLCT.

    Table 4-11

    Supported PDU by SNMPv1

    Item

    Description

    GetRequest

    Requests the specified instance value.

    GetNextRequest

    Requests the subsequent instance value of specified instance value in the list.

    GetResponse

    Responds to the corresponding GetRequest and SetReaquest.

    SetRequest

    Sets the specified instance value.

    Trap

    Informs the change of sate and troubles (SNMPv1-Trap).

    NE Setup

    Draft

    4-31

    • - Send Trap

    iPASOLINK can send SNMPv1 trap activity to UDP port 162, and up to three destination IP addresses can be registered in advance. User also can specify the community name and PDU type.

    • - User Application (Log)

    iPASOLINK records the accessed user name in the log file.

    (2) SNMPv2c (Simple Network Management Protocol Version 2c)

    SNMPv2c is a communication protocol to monitor/control the network equipment on IP network, the difference from SNMPv1 is the availability to add GetBulk, inform request, unified packet format of each PDU, using SMIv2 and specified by flowing RFC for SMIv2 use by SNMPv2c.

     

    Table 4-12

    RFC Standard

    RFC No.

    Title

    SNMPv2c

    RFC 1901

    Introduction to Community-based SNMPv2

    RFC 3416

    Version 2 of the Protocol Operations for the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)

    RFC 3417

    Transport Mappings for the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)

    RFC 3418

    Management Information Base (MIB) for the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)

    RFC 3584

    Coexistence between Version 1, Version 2, and Version 3 of the Internet-standard Network Management Framework

    SMIv2

    RFC 2578

    Structure of Management Information Version 2 (SMIv2)

    RFC 2579

    Textual Conventions for SMIv2

    RFC 2580

    Conformance Statements for SMIv2

    iPASOLINK mounts SNMPv2c to provide the following functions:

    Draft

    4-32

    NE Setup

    -

    GET/SET of MIB

     

    iPASOLINK responds to the request of the network management system.

    Up to ten SNMP managers including the setting of IP address, community name, security settings, etc. can be registered via the WebLCT.

    By default iPASOLINK uses the port 161 to receive the SNMP request UDP. If user wants to use the pot other than the default one, it can be changed via the WebLCT.

    Table 4-13

    Supported PDU by SNMPv2c

    Item

    Description

     

    GetRequest

    Requests the specified instance value.

    GetNextRequest

    Requests the subsequent instance value of specified instance value in the list.

    GetResponse

    Responds to the corresponding GetRequest and SetRequest.

    SetRequest

    Sets the specified instance value.

    SNMPv2-Trap