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iPASOLINK VR

LCT Operation Procedure

June, 2016
Mobile Wireless Solutions Training Center
LCT COMMUNICATION INTERFACE
The Local Craft Terminal (LCT) is used setup, monitor and
maintain iPASOLINK radio. iPASOLINK provides a User with GUI
environment through We Browser. LCT supports both local and
remote connections

VR10 VR4

VR2

Communication between
the LCT and the 10/100 Base-T(X)
(RJ-45) LCT Port supports DHCP.
iPASOLINK is via the
Default IP address is
LCT port of IDU
172.17.254.253
connected by LAN cable
Set the LCT PC Internet
Component For Windows VISTA (English) For Windows 7 (English) Protocol, TCP IP
properties to “Obtain IP
CPU Intel Core2 Duo 1.6 GHz Intel Core2 Duo 1.6 GHz Address automatically”
RAM 1GB or greater 1GB or greater and “Obtain DNS server
HDD 40 GB or greater 40 GB or greater address automatically”
Display Color LCD (1024x768) Color LCD (1024x768)
LAN Port 10 /100Base-T(X) 10 /100Base-T(X)
Microsoft Internet Explorer 8
Browser SW Microsoft Internet Explorer 9
Mozilla Firefox ESR 24
LCT Startup and Login

Start the browser Internet Explorer and enter the URL


http://172.17.254.253/weblct/ to open the WebLCT
Login screen.

Enter the “User Name” and “Password” in the


provided text boxes and Click Ok button
Default Username : Admin
Password: 12345678
LCT main menu opens in a separate browser window,
showing the “Current Status screen”
Click “Refresh” to see the Active Alarm information
WebLCT Initial Screen

Login User Name


Summary Alarm Indication Opposite Site Links Maintenance Logout
Indicate the current
logged in user Indicate the summary alarms of Connect to opposite Maintenance ON/OFF button Logout button
and the NE Name ODU, IDU, TCN, & Maintenance Status station (s)

Block Diagram

Indicate the ODU,


IDU and Interfaces
mounted

Menu tree

Indicate the LCT Main


Menu Detail Display

Display detail alarm & status information


of items selected from the Tabs

When Log-in, Status window does not collect and show any
information for faster startup. Click the Refresh button to
view Active Alarms or other status information.
WebLCT – Remote Login

Site (NE) Name


F/W Version IP Address and log in
Indicate Network element
name Indicate the current NE IP address and logged in locally or
Firm Ware Version Remotely

Opposite Site Links

Connect to opposite
station (s)

Connecting to opposite site

Click on the opposite site links and


select the site to connect to. Cursor
shows the IP Address of opposite
Station. Login screen for selected
opposite site open in a separate
browser window
WebLCT Remote login
F/W Version IP Address
Opposite Site Links
Indicate the Equipment Type, Indicate Network element IP address
Name,& current Firm Ware Version Connect to opposite
station (s)

Connecting to opposite site

Click on the opposite site links and select the


site to connect to. Dropdown List shows the
other NEs connected through radio and Back-to-
Back connections (inband back to back and NMS
back to back). Login screen for selected
opposite or Back-to-Back site open in a separate
browser window
Alarm description

Click on any Alarm Item in the Active Alarm


list to see the Description of the Alarm
Item and Restoration Procedure
Alarm Not Report (NR)

When any alarm occurs it is shown in the


current status window, Active Alarm Tab in
the severity color defined for that alarm.

From Alarm Severity Setting menu it is


possible to change the severity of alarm
items to be Not Report (NR). Alarm Traps
for the selected alarm is not sent to the
NMS. The alarms selected Not Report are
still shown in the Active alarm tab in green
but status is still shown as “Alarm”.

In current Status window, when Hide NR


check box is selected. The alarms selected
as Not Report are removed from the Active
Alarm List.
Active Alarms & Event Log

Click on the Active Alarm Tab


to see details of current Alarms

Click on Save button to save the


active alarm list to the PC

Click on Event Log tab to see the event Log


information. Click save to save the event log
to a CSV file

Event Log is 8000 events 1000/page:


Event Log – Filtering

Event Log columns can sort according to Ascending or


Descending order . Bring the cursor to the column Event Log data can be filtered based on the date. Click on
header and Click on the small down arrow select Sort the down arrow on the Date column and select accordingly
Ascending or Sort Descending

To see the Events on a particular date.


Select the On check box and select the
date from the calendar

To see the Events after or before a particular date. Select the


Before or After check box and select the date from the
calendar
Event Log data can be filtered based on the
Severity. Click on the down arrow on the To see the Events between two dates. Select the Before and
Severity column and select accordingly After check boxes and select the dates from the calendar
Main Menu
Provisioning Menu
MAC Header Compression
Radio Transparent Clock
Low PDV Setting

PTP Transparent Clock

Click the “+” to expand each


main menu folder and see the
sub-menu items
Maintenance Menu

TX / RX SW Manual Control
Lock-in Control

ATPC Manual Control


TX Mute control
CW Control
XPIC Reset
TX MOD manual control

Forced Laser Shutdown control


ALS Restart

DADE Adjust
RF Su Band Select
X-DEM Delay Adjust
EQUIPMENT SETUP
Equipment Mode Setting

Click the Modify button to modify from VLAN


Mode to MPLS-TP Mode. Window on the right
shows VLAN Mode with MPLS-TP Settings
Click the Equipment Setup menu and select deactivated.
Equipment Mode Setting. The current
equipment mode is displayed. VLAN Mode is
the default setting after a “Shipment /
Provisioning Clear” function is executed.
Click OK and the equipment mode will
be changed from VLAN Mode to MPLS-
Click the MPLS-TP button to change from VLAN Mode to MPLS-TP Mode. Enter the Node ID
TP.
number, ICC name and select between 802.1Q and 802.1as VLAN Modes. If 802.1ad is
selected, the corresponding TPID will be shown automatically. Click OK to confirm your settings. Note that the equipment will reset
automatically and you need to proceed
with Equipment Configuration, Radio
and AMR Configuration as needed.

In order to change back to VLAN Mode from


MPLS-TP Setting, execute
“Shipment/Provisioning Clear”. This will put
the equipment back to default VLAN Mode
VR10 EQUIPMENT CONFIGURATION -1

Click the Equipment Setup menu and select


Equipment Configuration. Equipment
configuration screen is displayed with the
current equipment configuration settings
Click the Setup icon to open the Setup wizard to
select the Equipment configuration or modify the
Equipment configuration. Click Next on each
configuration window
VR4 EQUIPMENT CONFIGURATION -1

Green border indicate


units mounted but not
registered

Click the Equipment Setup menu and select


Equipment Configuration. Equipment
configuration screen is displayed with the
current equipment configuration settings
Click the Setup icon to open the Setup wizard to
select the Equipment configuration or modify the
Equipment configuration. Click Next on each
configuration window 1

1
Step-1 Setting of Equipment Name.
Enter the Equipment Name ( up to 32 Characters)
2
Click the Next button to go to Step-2

Left hand section shows


the current setting
2
VR4 EQUIPMENT CONFIGURATION -2
Step2 Setting of Equipment Slot

3 3
3
Click on the drop down arrow of each slot
and select the module inserted in the slot
from the list. If the inserted module are not
known click the Auto Detect button to select
automatically.
4
Select the second Power supply
module if used
Click the Next button to open
the Step3

* One MSE cards can be used VR4


RADIO CONFIGURATION -1
1 Click the Equipment Setup Menu and select 2
Radio Configuration to open the Equipment
Click the Setup Icon to open the Setup 1 Detailed MODEM
Setup – Radio configuration screen
Setting of SW/XPIC GRP or Slot Unit window.

2
RADIO CONFIGURATION -2
Enter the radio parameters for the Modem (Slot 01).
3 Specification and information
of the ODU connected to the
selected Modem
Green border on
the Set Position Select the channel spacing
section modem of the radio signal
configuration Select the reference Modulation
show the of the radio signal
selected modem
Select the Radio Mode, High
Capacity or High System Gain

Current setup of 3 The number of TDM channels


the selected assigned (E1 and STM-1)
modem ‘s radio
configuration
Show the available Ether bandwidth
after E1 and STM-1 traffic mapping.

Enter TX point frequency within the


Start and Stop frequency of the ODU
shown above. RX Frequency is
automatically set
Enter the radio signal Frame ID (1 ~ 32)
Select the TX Power Control Mode.
ATPC or MTPC. Parameter setting for
each mode is from provisioning menu

Select Radio Aggregation


used or not used. Up to 6
Select whether the aggregation distribution Mode Radio GRPs are possible
is based on Packet layer or Physical Layer.
AMR Configuration
Set the AMR Modulation for 2
Modem 1 indicated by the green
border. Click Next

3 Show the current Configuration for Modem 1 and 2


Set the AMR priority traffic for Modem 1 & Click Next to set the next modem
AMR STATUS
AMR alarm and status can be seen from the
Current Status menu, MODEM/ODU tab and
Active Alarm tab.
Current TX and RX modulation status shows the
modulation used..

The TDM / AMR Range Mismatch alarm indicate


a mismatch between the local side and the
opposite side AMR setting.
It can be due to one of the following reasons:
1. AMR range is not the same. (e.g. One side
AMR Range is QPSK to 256 QAM, other side
16QAM to 256 QAM.)
2. E1 mapping of each side is not the same.

Current TX and RX modulation status can also be


monitored from the Current Metering screen
NETWORK MANAGEMENT
Network Management Setting – Port / VLAN setting

Select the Port / VLAN Setting


from the Network Management
Setting menu..

Click the Ethernet Port Setting


to open the Ethernet Port Setting
window

Click the Modem Port Setting


to open the Modem Port Setting
window

Click the Inband Management


VLAN Setting to open the
Inband Management VLAN
Setting window
Network Management Setting – Ethernet Port setting
1 Click the Ethernet Port Setting to open
the Ethernet Port Setting window

1
Select NMS / NE1 Ports are Used or Not Used from the radio buttons.
2 In VLAN Setting select the Management ports use Tagged (Trunk)
or Untagged (Access) frames from the radio buttons
3 Select NMS Management 1 to 4 used or not by selecting VLAN
Usage radio buttons (Used / Not Used) . Modify the VLAN ID and
CoS Priority Assigned to each NMS Management # if necessary .
4 In LCT Port Setting select LCT Port Used or Not Used from the Port Usage
radio Buttons. Select not used to prevent anyone connecting to the LCT Port.
5 Select from the drop down list in Restrict LCT Connection :

Any: to allow connection to both Local and Remote NEs :


Only to Local NE: to restrict connection to Physically connected NE
Only to Neighbor NE: Restrict connections to local and opposite NEs only :
Network Management Setting – Modem Port setting

1 Click the Modem Port Setting to open the Modem Port Setting window

2 Select the modems through which the Management traffic is to be


sent through by selecting Used or Not Used in the Port usage.

3 In M-Plane Bandwidth Limitation Select Bandwidth Limitation


function is Enabled or Disabled from the radio buttons.
If Enabled enter Bandwidth to be used for the Management traffic
over the Radio link. Range (500 to 2000 kbps)
4 Select the M-Plane Priority for the management Frames over the
radio link. To provide management packets higher priority than any
user traffic packets, Select Highest from the drop down list
Click the OK button to set parameters
Setting In-band Management VLAN setting
4

1 Click the Inband Management VLAN Setting to open the Inband Management
VLAN Setting window.
2
Select Inband Management 1 to 4 used or Not Used from the VLAN Usage section radio button
3 To set the VLAN ID for the selected Inband Management #, Enter the VLAN ID (ID should be in the
VLAN List in the Ethernet Function, VLAN List

4 If the required VLAN ID is not in the list, click the VLAN Setting on top right hand to open the VLAN
setting screen in the Provisioning >>Ether Function Setting menu. Add the VLAN ID to the list. Assign
the inband management VLAN to port used for the inband connection
In-band Management VLAN setting

In 802.1ad mode to use the C-Tag (inner tag) for NMS traffic, select C-Tag and
enter the VLAN ID for NMS and outer tag S-LAN ID

In 802.1ad mode to use the S-Tag (Outer tag) for NMS traffic, select S-Tag and
Network Management Setting – Bridge setting

Select Bridge Setting from the Network


Management Setting menu
Click the Setup icon to open the Bridge
Setting window
After setting the parameters click the OK button

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Network Management Setting – Bridge setting

1 Enter the Default Gateway IP Address


1
2 Enter the Bridge 1 (default Bridge) IP Address and Sub-Net Mask
7
3 If more than one Branches (Bridges) selected, select the Bridge # for the
Primary IP Address from the check box
4 Select the Ports (NE1 and Modem) belonging to each bridge by selecting
2
the check boxes
5 Select whether Management VLAN Used or Not Used from the radio 3
button. If used enter the Management VLAN ID
6 Select sending of STP BPDUs over the SV ports to be Automatic or
Manual. If Manual select whether to send the BPDUs over the ports in
this bridge # by selecting the radio buttons Used / Not Used 4
7 If more than one branch is in the NE select the branches by selecting the
Used radio button for each bridge # to be used.
5

7 Follow the steps 2 to 6 for each bridge.

6
LLDP Setting -For Auto Discovery adjacent NE

1 Select LLDP Setting from the Network


Management Setting menu
6
2 Click the Setup icon on the Network
Management Setting –LLDP setting
window
3 Click the Setup icon on the Network
Management Setting –LLDP setting
window
4 Select the Used radio button on the ports for
Auto discovery under LLDP Usage column
8
5 Select whether to used Standard or NEC
Proprietary LLDP Mode from the
appropriate radio button. Click OK

6 To enable LLDP usage in User Ethernet


ports selected for in-band management,
click the ETH Port Setting
8 Select LLDP Usage and LLDP Mode in
In the ETH Port setting window click the 4 5
7 the selected ETH Port and click OK
Port number of the port to be used for
in-band Management VLAN.
Network Management

Select Bridge Setting from the Network


Management Setting menu
Click the Setup icon to open the Bridge
Setting window

VR4 left side VR4 right side

LCT

NMS

NMS
Management DCN

NMS Management-1 (VLAN100)


NMS
GbE-P1

400 100 / SV

300
200 / SV

100 / SV

GbE-P1 (Trunk 200, 300)


In-Band Management-1 (VLAN 200)

NMS NE1 In-Band


C-Tag - C-Tag
- - S-Tag
Untagged Untagged Untagged
ROUTING SETTING
ARP Setting
PROVISIONING
MODEM FUNCTION SETTING
MODEM EA – Radio Transmission Mode

Radio Transmission Mode is used to select Low PDV (Packet Delay Variation ) when
IEEE1588v2 is used.
Low Latency is the default selection reducing the delay in the Radio section

LOW PDV is selected where low Packet Delay Variation is required in the radio section in
IEEE1588v2 usage.

Radio Transparent Clock Setting is used to enable or disable IEEE1588v2 Transparent


Clock (TC) function

Select the appropriate radio buttons and Click the OK button to set and close the window
TX POWER SETTING

AMR Fixed
Mode Modulation

ATPC

ATPC MODE:
ATPC THRESHOLD: ENTER THE RX THRESHOLD VALUE TO BE USED WHEN OPPOSITE STATION IS IN ATPC MOD E(FIXED
MODULATION)
ATPC RANGE (MAX): MAXIMUM POWER LEVEL UNDER ATPC CONTROL IS DEFINED BY THIS ITEM (Set the value in dBm)
ATPC RANGE (MIN): MINIMUM POWER LEVEL UNDER ATPC CONTROL IS DEFINED BY THIS ITEM (Set the value in dBm)
TX POWER SETTING

AMR Fixed
Mode Modulation
MTPC

MTPC MODE: MANUAL TRANSMIT POWER CONTROL MODE


MPTC TX POWER : ENTER A VALUE IN dBm WITHIN THE RANGE INDICATED
ATPC THRESHOLD: ENTER THE RX THRESHOLD VALUE TO BE USED WHEN OPPOSITE STATION IS IN ATPC MODE
(SET IN 1 dB STEPS) NOT IN AMR MODE
ALARM MODE SETTING

ATPC MTPC

COMM ALM MODE : THIS ITEM SELECT THE ACTION TO BE TAKEN


WHEN THE COMMUNICATION BETWEEN IDU
AND ODU FAILS.
SELECT MUTE: TO STOP TX OUTPUT POWER
HOLD : TO KEEP TRANSMITTING THE TX OUTPUT
POWER

ALARM MODE:
ATPC POWER MODE: THIS ITEM DEFINE THE ODU TX POWER SETTING DURING ATPC CONTROL FAILURE
HOLD: TO MAINTAIN THE CURRENT TX POWER AT THE TIME OF ATPC CONTROL FAILURE
SELECT : MAX: TO TRANSMIT AT ATPC MAX POWER LEVEL AT THE TIME OF ATPC CONTROL FAILURE
MIN: TO TRANSMIT AT ATPC MIN POWER LEVEL AT THE TIME OF ATPC CONTROL FAILURE
XPIC Setting
Select XPIC Setting from the Provisioning, Modem
Function Setting Menu.
Click the XPIC GRP# (Modem) (slot #/#).

XPIC Condition – Local Fail XPIC Pair Mute Mode


This function define what action to be taken when the 5MHz Reference When Reception of one polarization fails this function mute the TX of the
fails in XPIC configuration. failed polarization from the opposite station, so that the remaining
polarization can be received without interference.
Select ODU Mute to stop the transmission or
Select Enable radio button to apply this function
Select Self LO in the TRP
Select the appropriate radio button and click the OK button

Current Status, Active Alarm tab shows the


XPIC related alarms.
XIF Alarm : When XIF signal level is below the
expected receive level or XIF cable disconnected.

XPIC Pair Mute Mode Mismatch Alarm : When


XPIOC Pair Mute mode is not set on both sides of
the XPIC link this alarm occurs..
AMR Setting

AMR Mode: CNR + RSL

AMR Mode: CNR


Under Interference condition

Modulation Up AMR Switch Condition : Default setting is CNR+ RSL.


C/N 33 dB + No Error Select CNR when under interference environment

C/N 30 dB + No Error
AMR Transition : Select Normal or Sensitive related
to operation of ATPC during AMR operation
64QAM 256QAM
128QAM
Provisioning – E1 Port setting
SELECT E1 PORT SETTING FROM THE
PROVISIONING - E1/STM-1/ CROSS CONNECT
SETTING MENU. 16E1-S TAB IS SHOWN WHEN
THE OPTIONAL 16E1 CARD IS MOUNTED

CLICK THE EDIT ICON TO CONFIGURE THE E1


PORT SETTING

INDICATE THE CURRENT SETTING:


E1 CHANNELS USED
IMPEDANCE SETTING FOR EACH E1 CHANNEL
SERVICE NAME FOR EACH E1 CHANNEL
CH USAGE ERROR REPORT/NOT REPORT
Cross connect setting
Select E1 / STM-1 / Cross connect
Setting in Provisioning Menu and
click Cross connect setting

Cross connect setting screen opens


showing the connections already
made

Click the Add button to open the


Cross Connect Setting (Add) window
Provisioning – Cross connect setting

1
Click Add icon in the cross connect setting screen to open the Cross
connect setting (Add) window.
2
2 Service Number: Each cross connection is given a unique service
3
number. Enter the service number.
4 Service Name: Each cross connection can have an optional service
3 name giving information of the connection. Enter the service name.

5
4 Cross connect type : To map cross connection of E1 channels from
6 main-board, optional 16E1 board or from the channelized STM-1 board
select E1 radio button.
Cross connection mapping is made from Edge-A to Edge –B. select one
side of the connection as Edge-A and the other side as Edge-B.
5 Click the EDGE-A drop down arrow and select the board or modem for
the connection. From the available E1 list select the E1 channel for the
start connection.
Click the Edge-B drop down arrow and select the board or modem for
the connection. From the available E1 list select the E1 channel for the
end connection
Click the OK button.
Repeat the procedure for each connection.
6
Each connection will appear in the Cross Connect Setting screen.
MPLS-TP Function Setting
EQUIPMENT CLOCK/ SYNCHRONIZATION
Provisioning – Clock/Synchronization

SELECT EQUIPMENT CLOCK FROM THE PROVISIONING


EQUIPMENT CLOCK / SYNCHRONIZATION SETTING MENU

CURRENT EQUIPMENT CLOCK MODE AND SELECTED


CLOCK SOURCE IS INDICATED.
CLICK THE Modify ICON TO SET / CHANGE EQUIPMENT
CLOCK SETTING
AFTER SELECTING THE EQUIPMENT CLOCK SETTING
CLICK THE OK BUTTON
CLICK OK BUTTON ON THE TIMING LOOP WARNING
DIALOG BOX
Synchronization method
iPASOLINK can utilize multiple clock sources.
Synchronous Ethernet
Modem-1
Modem-2 SDHLine Transmit Clk
Timing Source 1 PLL
S
E1 Line CLK S PDHLine Transmit Clk
Timing Source 2 E
Option Line CLK(STM1) E
L
L Timing Source 3 Radio Clk Output
GbE Line CLK
G.703 External Clk Output

SEL

External CLK OUT

External CLK IN
PTP
Synchronize
SSU external
Time Synchronization equipment
Recovery Source Unit

IEEE1588 v2
Provisioning – Clock/Synchronization
Equipment Clock Mode: Master / Slave
Sync ETH: Enable / Disable
Equipment Clock Status: Locked / Holdover/ Freerun
Clock Source Selective Mode: QL Mode / PL Mode
Selected Clock Source: REF1 / REF2/ REF3

QL – PRC Normal
QL-SSU-A Clock Fail
QL-SSU-B Freq Drift
QL-SEC
QL-Failed
QL-Invalid
LTI-Loss of Timing Information
when all timing source fail.

Clock and synchronization status can be seen from the


current Status screen IDU tab
Provisioning – Clock/Synchronization
EQUIPMENT CLOCK MODE: SELECT THE CLOCK
MODE TO BE USED IN THE IDU.
SELECT MASTER (internal CLK) OR SLAVE
(synchronization) RADIO BUTTON AS APPLICABLE
SyncETH: ENABLE OR DISABLE THE SYNCETH FUNCTION.
WHEN ENABLE SYNCETH CLK CAN BE RECEIVED OR SENT
OVER THE GbE LINE

CLOCK SOURCE SELECTIVE MODE IS THE CRITERIA FOR


SELECTING THE TIMING SOURCE TO BE USED IN THE NE. QL
MODE: SELECTION IS BASED ON THE RECEIVED CLOCK
QUALITY . PL MODE: SELECTION IS BASED ON THE PRIORITY
LEVEL SET FOR EACH TIMING SOURCE
THREE TIMING SOURCES CAN BE SELECTED . AVAILABLE
TIMING SOURCES DEPENDS ON THE OPTION CARDS
MOUNTED. NO. 1 AND 2 CAN SELECT FROM THE
FOLLOWING SOURCES:
Or for E1
IF E1 CHANNELS ARE USED E1 LINE CLOCK IS AVAILABLE
AS A TIMING SOURCE (select from CH1 to CH16)
IF STM-1 CARD OPTION IS USED IN CHANNELIZED MODE
THEN LINE CLK (STM1A) CAN BE USED AS A TIMING
SOURCE.
IF STM-1 IS USED IN THROUGH MODE IT IS NOT AVAILABLE
AS A TIMING SOURCE.
WTR : SET WAIT TO RESTORE TIME,
WHICH IS THE AMOUNT OF TIME TO IF SYNC ETHER IS ENABLED IN THE ETHERNET PORT,
WAIT BEFORE A RECOVERED TIMING THEN GbE LINE CLK CAN BE SELECTED AS A TIMING
SOURCE BECOMES ACTIVE AGAIN. SOURCE
(0 THRU 15 MIN)
MODEM (Slot#) CAN BE SELECTED AS A TIMING SOURCE
THIRD TIMING SOURCE IS EXTERNAL CLOCK.
SC / OW Setting

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CORRELATION SETTING

From the Provisioning menu. Select Alarm/AIS Setting sub menu


Select Correlation Setting from Alarm/AIS Setting sub menu.
Correlation Setting window appears. Click Edit button.

Select the Alarm correlation ON radio Button to enable masking lof over level alarms
Select the Alarm correlation OFF radio Button to disable masking of lover level alarms
Click OK button and to set the changes.

Item Parameter Description


Alarm On enable mask the lower level alarm
Correlation Off disable mask the lower level alarm
AIS Setting

AIS setting function allows to


change the behavior when the
AIS signal is received, activated
and whether to report or not to
report the AIS alarms .

Item Parameter Description


AIS Activation LOF + High BER sending AIS alarm after received
Condition LOF and High BER alarm
LOF sending AIS alarm after received
LOF alarm only.
AIS Generated Report report AIS generated event
Report Not Report do not report AIS generated event

AIS Received Report report AIS received event


Report Not Report do not report AIS received event
AIS Received Alarm specify the AIS received event as
Condition an alarm event
Status specify the AIS received event as
a status event
BER THRESHOLD SETTING

BER THRESHOLD FOR MODEM


CLICK ON MODEM (Slot#) TO SET BER THRESHOLD FOR THE
RADIO.
HIGH BER: SELECT THE HBER ALARM THRESHOLD FROM THE
DROP DOWN LIST
LOW BER: SELECT THE LBER ALARM THRESHOLD FROM THE
DROP DOWN LIST

BER THRESHOLD FOR STM-1


CLICK ON STM-1A(Slot#) TO SET BER THRESHOLD FOR THE STM-1
SIGNAL FROM MUX
E-BER (MUX) SELECT THE EXCESSIVE BER ALARM THRESHOLD
FROM THE DROP DOWN LIST
SD (MUX): SELECT THE SIGNAL DEGRADE ALARM THRESHOLD
FROM THE DROP DOWN LIST
Alarm Severity Setting

Select Alarm Severity Setting from Alarm / AIS Setting menu


sub menu.

Click on a tab and select the severity for each of the alarms from
the default setting
Select Not Report to stop sending SNMP traps to the NMS. From
the selected alarm item
Alarm Items
LOOPBACK CONTROL
L2 Loopback

Click on the Loopback Control to open the


L2 Loopback control wizard in Step-1

L2 Loopback is Ethernet layer 2 loopback


Near end (loopback1) and Far End
(Loopback2)
L2 Loopback swap the Destination and
Source MAC Addresses of the packets
being loop backed.
Several L2 Loop backs are supported
Select the Maintenance Control menu and Loopback control sub menu. Click on
the L2 Loopback Control. The diagram shows the type of loopbacks supported.
1. Ethernet Port Loopback
2. VLAN Loopback of a Port selected

3. Modem Baseband Loopback


L2 Loopback
Click on the Loopback control. In L2 Loopback
control>>Step1 Click the Item drop down list and select
the Ethernet Card or Modem and the Port #. Click Next.

In Step 2, select loopback


Mode: Port Loopback or
VLAN Loopback.. If Port
Loopback, Select the type
of Loopback LB1 or LB2.
Click OK

Select Modem Loopback Control from the Maintenance Control Loopback menu
Click the OFF link in the selected modem for L2 Loopback to open control window
Select the type of L2 Loopback, Loopback 1 (near end0 or loopback2 (far end)
from the drop down menu. Click OK

In Step 2, VLAN Loopback.is selected. Select the


VLAN ID of the VLAN to be Loopback. Select the
type of loopback LB1 or LB2, Click OK.
MAINT Control- Laser Shutdown

The STM-1/ GbE OPT Interface is provided with Automatic Laser Shutdown Function (ALS), if disable
the laser output is always ON even if the input optical cable is disconnected. When ALS function is set to
enable the OPT INTFC observe the loss of signal and start a timer (550ms) and generate a control signal to
interrupt the optical output .
. When the fault that interrupt the optical input is cleared the system can be restored by controlling the laser
output through one of the following methods.
v Automatic Control
v Manual Restart Short on time (2 sec) Maintenance Control
v Manual Restart Long on time (90 sec) Maintenance Control
MAINT Control- OW Buzzer Control

Oder Wire Buzzer control allows selected remote stations on a nodal configuration to be called.
v Select All radio button to call all the remote stations connected in the nodal configuration to be called
v Select the modem (slot#) radio button to call a single remote station in the nodal configuration
v click Execute icon to activate the Buzzer control
H/W _ F/W RESET CONTROL
MAINT Control- H/W Reset Control

Reset control available only


when Maintenance Mode is On
Metering -
INVENTORY - IDU
INVENTORY - ODU
USER DESCRIPTION
External Buffer Setting

L2 SW
2MB
Default Buffer 2 MB
EXT Buffer Require Software
__
__
Key
EXT Buffer External Buffer up to
64 MB
SHIPMENT

The iPASOLINK can be reset to shipment setting to clear the current


provisioning setting.
Select the Shipment setting from the Equipment Utility menu.. The
modules used are shown on the Equipment Utility- Shipment
screen.
Click the Shipment icon and select from the drop down list:
Provisioning clear: to clear the Equipment configuration setting
All clear W/O Software key: to clear all setting to factory default
Except software key files
Click OK.

Click OK on the Information window “The server has terminated the


session .Please Login again”.
PMON Report

Default
Buffer 2 MB

Require Software
Key
PMON Report
USB Memory Utility)
iPASOLINK System Configuration File Backup Procedure
Configuration File Upload Procedure (IDU to USB)
Configuration Upload Procedure (USB to IDU) IDU Power OFF
•Insert USB to Main Card
•IDU Power OFF
•Wait until USB is detected (observe USB LED) flash
•Insert USB to Main card
•Protect SW ON (Up)
•Protect SW/ON (Up)
•USB LED Blinks
•IDU Power ON
•Wait until USB LED Blinking stop
•Maint LEDs on the Main Card starts to blink
•Protect SW OFF (Down)
•About 2m 40sec after IDU Power ON USB LED Blinks (iPaso1000)
Remove USB from IDU
•Main Card Maint LED Steady
•After few seconds put Protect SW Down
•IDU reboot start
•Main card Maint LED stop
The above process will take about 7minutes (Depends on configuration)
•Active card Maint LEDs starts to blink

USB Memory utility allows to see the


contents of the USB memory stick
plugged in to the USB slot. It show the
files inside folders named Config,
IDU,FPGA and Inventory created in
the USB stick
Out Of Band DCN
In-band DCN

Inband Management-1 :IB-


MNG1