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8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card Installation Guide

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8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card Installation


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Table of Contents
1 Preface.............................................................................................9
1.1 About This Guide.........................................................................................9
1.1.1 List of Technical Publications ....................................................................10
1.1.2 Warnings and Notes ..................................................................................10
1.1.3 Audience....................................................................................................11
1.1.4 Information Symbols..................................................................................11
1.1.5 Technical Support......................................................................................12

2 Overview .......................................................................................13
2.1 In This Chapter ..........................................................................................13
2.2 Overview of the 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card .................................14
2.3 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card Applications.......................................15
2.3.1 FXS/FXO Applications...............................................................................15
2.3.2 G.703 Applications ....................................................................................15
2.3.3 C37.94 Applications...................................................................................16

3 Installing an 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card ......................17


3.1 In This Chapter ..........................................................................................17
3.2 Power Consumption ..................................................................................18
3.3 Provisioning Requirements........................................................................19
3.4 Provisioning an 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card..................................20
3.4.1 Configuration Example ..............................................................................21
3.5 Removing an 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card Configuration...............23
3.6 Installation Procedures ..............................................................................24
3.6.1 Warnings and Notes ..................................................................................24
3.6.2 Installing or Replacing an 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card..................25
3.6.2.1 Installing or Replacing an 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card on
the 7705 SAR-8 .........................................................................................26
3.6.2.2 Installing or Replacing an 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card on
the 7705 SAR-18 .......................................................................................29

4 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card Connectors .......................33


4.1 In This Chapter ..........................................................................................33
4.2 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card Connectors........................................34
4.2.1 Connector Pinouts .....................................................................................36

5 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card LED Descriptions .............37


5.1 In This Chapter ..........................................................................................37
5.2 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card LEDs .................................................38

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List of Tables
1 Preface.............................................................................................9
Table 1 Information Symbols .................................................................................11

3 Installing an 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card ......................17


Table 2 Power Consumption .................................................................................18
Table 3 Adapter Card Removal and Installation Features .....................................27

4 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card Connectors .......................33


Table 4 Voice & Teleprotection Card Ports ...........................................................35
Table 5 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card FXO and FXS RJ-45
Connector Pinouts ....................................................................................36
Table 6 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card G.703 Codirectional
Connector Pinouts ....................................................................................36

5 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card LED Descriptions .............37


Table 7 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card LEDs ................................................38

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List of Figures
3 Installing an 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card ......................17
Figure 1 7705 SAR-8 CSM and Adapter Card Slot Identification ............................25
Figure 2 7705 SAR-18 CSM and Adapter Card Slot Identification ..........................26
Figure 3 Removing an Adapter Card from the 7705 SAR-8 ....................................27
Figure 4 Installing an 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card in the
7705 SAR-8 ...............................................................................................28
Figure 5 Removing an Adapter Card from a 7705 SAR-18 .....................................30
Figure 6 Installing an 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card in a 7705 SAR-18
...................................................................................................................31

4 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card Connectors .......................33


Figure 7 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card ..........................................................34

5 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card LED Descriptions .............37


Figure 8 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card LEDs .................................................38

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1 Preface

1.1 About This Guide


This guide provides site preparation recommendations and step-by-step procedures
to install, remove, and replace an 8-port Voice & Teleprotection card on the
7705 SAR-8 and 7705 SAR-18. After the hardware installation process is completed,
refer to the List of Technical Publications for details on the boot process, software
configuration, and Command Line Interface (CLI) information to configure system
and network parameters.

Note: Unless otherwise stated in this guide, 7705 SAR-8 also implies the 7705 SAR-8 Shelf
V2.

Note: This manual generically covers Release 8.0 content and may contain some content
that will be released in later maintenance loads. Please refer to the 7705 SAR OS 8.0.Rx
Software Release Notes, part number 3HE11057000xTQZZA, for information on features
supported in each load of the Release 8.0 software.

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1.1.1 List of Technical Publications


The 7705 SAR documentation set is composed of the following guides:

• 7705 SAR Basic System Configuration Guide


This guide describes basic system configurations and operations.
• 7705 SAR System Management Guide
This guide describes system security and access configurations as well as event
logging and accounting logs.
• 7705 SAR Interface Configuration Guide
This guide describes card and port provisioning.
• 7705 SAR Router Configuration Guide
This guide describes logical IP routing interfaces, filtering, and routing policies.
• 7705 SAR MPLS Guide
This guide describes how to configure Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS),
Resource Reservation Protocol for Traffic Engineering (RSVP-TE), and Label
Distribution Protocol (LDP).
• 7705 SAR Services Guide
This guide describes how to configure service parameters such as service
access points (SAPs), service destination points (SDPs), customer information,
and user services.
• 7705 SAR Quality of Service Guide
This guide describes how to configure Quality of Service (QoS) policy
management.
• 7705 SAR Routing Protocols Guide
This guide provides an overview of dynamic routing concepts and describes how
to configure them.
• 7705 SAR OAM and Diagnostics Guide
This guide provides information on Operations, Administration and Maintenance
(OAM) tools.

1.1.2 Warnings and Notes


Observe the warnings and notes to avoid injury or router damage during installation
and maintenance. Follow the safety procedures and guidelines when working with
and near electrical equipment. Warning statements and notes are provided in each
chapter.

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1.1.3 Audience
This guide is intended for network installers and system administrators who are
responsible for installing, configuring, or maintaining networks. This guide assumes
you are familiar with electronic and networking technologies.

1.1.4 Information Symbols


Table 1 describes symbols contained in this guide.

Table 1 Information Symbols

Symbol Meaning Description

Danger This symbol warns that improper handling and installation could result in bodily
injury. Before you begin work on this equipment, be aware of hazards involving
electrical circuitry, be aware of your networking environments, and instigate
accident prevention procedures.

Warning This symbol warns that improper handling and installation could result in
equipment damage or loss of data.

Caution This symbol warns that improper handling may reduce your component or system
performance.

Note This symbol provides additional operational information.

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1.1.5 Technical Support


If you purchased a service agreement for your 7705 SAR router and related products
from a distributor or authorized reseller, contact the technical support staff for that
distributor or reseller for assistance. If you purchased a Nokia service agreement,
follow this link to contact a Nokia support representative and to access product
manuals and documentation updates:

Product Support Portal

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2 Overview

2.1 In This Chapter


This chapter provides an introduction to the 8-port Voice & Teleprotection card:

• Overview of the 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card


• 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card Applications

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2.2 Overview of the 8-port Voice & Teleprotection


Card
The 8-port Voice & Teleprotection card is a multi-functional adapter card with two
FXS ports, two FXO ports, two G.703 64-kb/s codirectional ports, and two IEEE
C37.94 teleprotection interfaces (TPIF).

Figure 7 shows the faceplate connectors of the 8-port Voice & Teleprotection card.
See Table 4 for a description of the connectors.

FXS/FXO interfaces can be used to connect analog phones (FXS) with a PBX (FXO).
The FXS/FXO ports are accessed through two RJ-45 connectors on the faceplate.
Each connector supports two voice ports. One RJ-45 connector supports two FXO
ports, which are labeled ports 5 and 6, and the other connector supports two FXS
ports, which are labeled ports 7 and 8.

A G.703 codirectional interface provides a 64-kb/s channel over a G.703 framed link.
A G.703 bipolar signal transmits data and timing over twisted pairs (one transmit, one
receive). The two G.703 64-kb/s co-directional ports are accessed through two
RJ-45 connectors on the faceplate. The RJ-45 connectors are labeled ports 3 and 4.

C37.94 is an IEEE standard for N x 64-kb/s transmission between teleprotection and


multiplex equipment. The 8-port Voice & Teleprotection card has two IEEE C37.94
teleprotection interfaces. The optical ST connectors are labeled ports 1 and 2.

The G.703 64-kb/s codirectional data ports and IEEE C37.94 teleprotection
interfaces can be configured for T1/E1 or MPLS network access services.

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2.3 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card


Applications
The 8-port Voice & Teleprotection card supports legacy voice, data, teleprotection,
and networking applications. The 8-port Voice & Teleprotection card provides a way
to migrate existing legacy systems for efficient transport over an IP/MPLS network.
Markets such as government, transportation, and utilities who use legacy equipment
as part of their network can reduce costs by having all of these functions in a single
card installed in the 7705 SAR.

2.3.1 FXS/FXO Applications


FXS and FXO interfaces connect analog telephone sets to a PBX. Common
applications for FXS/FXO are:

• PBX extensions linking the corporate voice network to remote locations. The
extensions are commonly referred to as off-premises extensions (OPX).
• maintenance hotlines for site-to-site or remote site-to-control center
communications, usually outside the PBX network
• remote access to metering data for utilities
• backup substation access over PSTN
• secure access between corporate networks

2.3.2 G.703 Applications


G.703 interfaces connect teleprotection relays used by utilities. The G.703 can also
be used with a relay to connect to the codirectional interface on a 1511 Media Access
Cross-Connect (1511 MAX) or 3600 Main Street on one end of the circuit; the other
end of the circuit can be connected to the 8-port Voice & Teleprotection card. No end-
to-end signaling is supported on the G.703 interface. This application provides a
simple migration to the 7705 SAR.

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2.3.3 C37.94 Applications


IEEE C37.94 teleprotection interfaces (TPIF) connect teleprotection relays used by
utilities. They can also be used with a relay to connect to the TPIF interface on a 1511
Media Access Cross-Connect (1511 MAX) on one end of the circuit; the other end of
the circuit can be connected to the 8-port Voice & Teleprotection card. This
application provides a simple migration to the 7705 SAR.

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3 Installing an 8-port Voice &


Teleprotection Card

3.1 In This Chapter


This chapter provides information about installing and removing an 8-port Voice &
Teleprotection card in the 7705 SAR-8 and 7705 SAR-18.

This chapter provides information on the following topics:

• Power Consumption
• Provisioning Requirements
• Provisioning an 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card
• Removing an 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card Configuration
• Installation Procedures

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3.2 Power Consumption


Table 2 lists the power consumption for the 8-port Voice & Teleprotection card.

Table 2 Power Consumption

Description Typical Power (W) Maximum Power (W)

8-port Voice & Teleprotection card 18.6 W 22 W

For information such as power consumption, environmental specifications, and


adapter card physical specifications for the 7705 SAR-8 or 7705 SAR-18 hardware,
refer to the “System Specifications” section in the 7705 SAR-8 Chassis Installation
Guide and the 7705 SAR-18 Chassis Installation Guide.

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3.3 Provisioning Requirements


To configure cards and ports, you must be able to access the 7705 SAR-8 or
7705 SAR-18 by console, SSH, or Telnet connection. Refer to the 7705 SAR-8
Chassis Installation Guide or 7705 SAR-18 Chassis Installation Guide for
information and instructions on console, SSH, and Telnet connections.

The CSM does not require provisioning. However, the IOM, which is an integral part
of the CSM software module, must be activated before any 8-port Voice &
Teleprotection cards and port parameters can be provisioned and configured. The
IOM is activated using the card and card-type CLI commands to specify its slot
number and card type. The 8-port Voice & Teleprotection cards must be provisioned
before their ports can be configured.

Note:

• IOMs are specified using the card and card-type commands (items 1 and 2 in the list
below). IOMs need only be activated once on a node.
• 8-port Voice & Teleprotection cards are provisioned and configured using the mda and
mda-type commands (items 3 and 4 in the list below).

Provision components in the following order:

1. Card slot number (use the card command)


2. Card type (use the card-type command)
3. Adapter card slot number (use the mda command)
4. Adapter card type (use the mda-type command)
5. Ports

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3.4 Provisioning an 8-port Voice & Teleprotection


Card
After the IOM has been activated on the CSM (steps 1 and 2 below), continue in the
config context at step 3 to provision the 8-port Voice & Teleprotection card. The
steps below provision two 8-port Voice & Teleprotection cards, one in slot 1 and
another in slot 2.

The 7705 SAR-8 supports up to 6 adapter cards and the 7705 SAR-18 supports up
to 12 adapter cards in any combination that does not exceed the maximum; however,
for a network application, at least one of the installed cards must be a network-
capable adapter card. Because the 8-port Voice & Teleprotection card supports
access mode only, for network applications, up to 5 8-port Voice & Teleprotection
cards can be configured on a 7705 SAR-8 chassis and up to 11 8-port Voice &
Teleprotection cards can be configured on a 7705 SAR-18 chassis.

Command Syntax Example


Step 1. card slot-number 1 card 1

Step 2. card-type card-type 1 card-type iom-sar


Step 3. mda mda-number mda 1
Step 4. mda-type mda-type mda-type a8-vt
Step 5. exit exit

You can now install the 8-port Voice & Teleprotection card. See Installing or
Replacing an 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card. To provision an additional 8-port
Voice & Teleprotection card, continue the configuration process with step 6 before
installing the card:

Step 6. mda mda-number mda 2


Step 7. mda-type mda-type mda-type a8-vt
Step 8. exit exit

Note:
1. The slot-number is always 1 and the card-type is always iom-sar.

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3.4.1 Configuration Example


The following example shows the card, card-type, mda, and mda-type commands
to specify the IOM as an iom-sar type and provision 8-port Voice & Teleprotection
cards in slots 1 and 2.
ALU-1>config# card 1
ALU-1>config>card# card-type iom-sar
ALU-1>config>card# mda 1
ALU-1>config>card>mda# mda-type a8-vt
ALU-1>config>card>mda# exit
ALU-1>config>card# mda 2
ALU-1>config>card>mda# mda-type a8-vt
ALU-1>config>card>mda# exit

Output Example

Use the config>card 1 and the info commands to display card configuration
information:

ALU-1>config# card 1
ALU-1>config>card# info
#--------------------------------------------------
echo "Card Configuration"
#--------------------------------------------------
card 1
card-type iom-sar
mda 1
mda-type a8-vt
exit
mda 2
mda-type a8-vt
exit
mda 3
mda-type a4-oc3
exit
mda 4
mda-type a16-chds1
exit
mda 5
mda-type a8-eth
exit
mda 6
mda-type a2-choc3
exit
exit
#--------------------------------------------------
...

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Use the show card state command to display administrative and operational states
for all cards:

*A:ALU-1# show card state


===============================================================================
Card State
===============================================================================
Slot/ Provisioned Type Admin Operational Num Num Comments
Id Equipped Type (if different) State State Ports MDA
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1 iom-sar up up 6
1/1 a8-vt up provisioned 8
1/2 a8-vt up provisioned 8
1/3 a4-oc3 up provisioned 4
1/4 a16-chds1 up provisioned 16
1/5 a8-eth up provisioned 8
1/6 a2-choc3 up provisioned 2
A csmv2-10g up up Active
B csmv2-10g up down Standby
===============================================================================
*A:ALU-1#

Use the show mda command to display provisioned 8-port Voice & Teleprotection
card information:
*A:ALU-1# show mda
===============================================================================
MDA Summary
===============================================================================
Slot Mda Provisioned Type Admin Operational
Equipped Type (if different) State State
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1 1 a8-vt up provisioned
2 a8-vt up provisioned
3 a4-oc3 up provisioned
4 a16-chds1 up provisioned
5 a8-eth up provisioned
6 a2-choc3 up provisioned
===============================================================================
*A:ALU-1#

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3.5 Removing an 8-port Voice & Teleprotection


Card Configuration
If you remove an 8-port Voice & Teleprotection card and will not be replacing it, or
will be replacing it with a card of a different type, you must first remove the associated
configuration, such as SAPs, SDPs, and port connections, prior to removing the
installed card. If you will be replacing it with a card of the same type, you do not need
to remove the associated configuration.

Refer to the 7705 SAR Interface Configuration Guide for details on configuring cards
and ports.

In the example below, an 8-port Voice & Teleprotection card in slot 1 is being
removed. In this example, only the port configuration must be removed.

Command Syntax Example


Step 1. port port-id port 1/2/1
Step 2. shutdown 1 shutdown
Step 3. exit exit
Step 4. card slot-number card 1
Step 5. mda mda-number mda 1
Step 6. shutdown shutdown
Step 7. exit exit
Step 8. no mda mda-number no mda 1

Note:
1. The port>shutdown command must be repeated for all enabled ports on the 8-port Voice &
Teleprotection card.

You can now remove the installed card and replace it if required; see Installing or
Replacing an 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card. If you are simply removing the
card, insert a filler plate in the empty slot. If you are replacing the card with a different
type, provision the new card before installing it. If you are replacing the card with the
same type, you do not need to provision it.

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3.6 Installation Procedures

3.6.1 Warnings and Notes

Danger: Always assume that fiber-optic cables are connected to a light source.

Warning:

• Electrostatic discharge (ESD) damage can occur if 8-port Voice & Teleprotection cards
are mishandled. Always wear an ESD-preventive wrist or ankle strap and always
connect an ESD strap to a nearby ground point that is connected to the site grounding
point when working with an 8-port Voice & Teleprotection card. Typical ground points
include the ground stud on the 7705 SAR-8 or 7705 SAR-18 mounting bracket, or a
properly grounded rack or work bench.
• Always place components on an anti-static surface.
• Do not power up a 7705 SAR-8 or 7705 SAR-18 before verifying that all common
equipment (chassis, power, cooling, and grounding) is connected properly.
• The Fan module and all cards in the 7705 SAR-8 chassis must have the same voltage
type.
• Filler plates are required in all empty slots to prevent excess dust accumulation and to
help control airflow and electromagnetic interference.
• To comply with the GR-1089-CORE requirement R4-9 [31] standard for
electromagnetic compatibility and safety, all intra-building ports are specified for use
with shielded and grounded cables at both ends.
• The intra-building ports of the equipment or sub-assembly are suitable for connection
to intra-building or unexposed wiring or cabling only. The intra-building ports of the
equipment or sub-assembly must not be metallically connected to interfaces that
connect to the Outside Plant (OSP) or its wiring. These interfaces are designed for use
as intra-building interfaces only (Type 2 ports as described in GR-1089-CORE) and
require isolation from the exposed OSP cabling. The addition of primary protectors is
not sufficient protection in order to connect these interfaces metallically to OSP wiring.

Note:

• Ports cannot be configured until the 8-port Voice & Teleprotection card is provisioned.
• Services cannot be provisioned until the ports are configured.
• Adapter card slot numbers are MDA 1 through MDA 6 on the 7705 SAR-8 and MDA 1
through MDA 12 on the 7705 SAR-18.

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3.6.2 Installing or Replacing an 8-port Voice &


Teleprotection Card
A maximum of 6 8-port Voice & Teleprotection cards can be installed in a
7705 SAR-8 chassis and a maximum of 12 8-port Voice & Teleprotection cards can
be installed in a 7705 SAR-18 chassis. Figure 1 identifies the location of the adapter
card slots on the 7705 SAR-8 and Figure 2 identifies the location of the adapter card
slots on the 7705 SAR-18.

Figure 3 and Figure 4 illustrate the removal and installation of an 8-port Voice &
Teleprotection card in a 7705 SAR-8. Figure 5 and Figure 6 illustrate the removal
and installation of an 8-port Voice & Teleprotection card in a 7705 SAR-18. Table 3
identifies the installation features. Ejector levers help install and remove the 8-port
Voice & Teleprotection card; captive screws secure the card in place.

Figure 1 7705 SAR-8 CSM and Adapter Card Slot Identification

CSM A CSM B Batt A

MDA 1 MDA 2
FAN
MDA 3 MDA 4 Batt B

MDA 5 MDA 6

19635

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Figure 2 7705 SAR-18 CSM and Adapter Card Slot Identification

7705
SAR-18
X1 X2 X3 X4 A B 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

XMDA CSM MDA slots


slots slots (1 to 12)
(X1 to X4) (A and
B)

Alarm Batt A
module Batt B

Fan tray

Air intake

22944

3.6.2.1 Installing or Replacing an 8-port Voice & Teleprotection


Card on the 7705 SAR-8

Before you remove and replace an 8-port Voice & Teleprotection card, see the
section Removing an 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card Configuration.

Tools required:

• Phillips screwdriver
• torque driver for Phillips screws

In order to ensure the best performance and to ensure that the 7705 SAR-8 chassis
remains compliant with EMC requirements, when installing or removing 8-port Voice
& Teleprotection cards in/from the 7705 SAR-8 chassis, the following procedure
must be followed.

The 7705 SAR-8 consists of two vertical banks of adapter card slots. To install or
replace an 8-port Voice & Teleprotection card:

Step 1. If applicable, unplug any cables from the target card slot and secure them
to the side of the chassis.

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Step 2. Remove the new 8-port Voice & Teleprotection card or filler plate from the
packaging and place it on an anti-static work surface. Avoid touching board
components and connector pins. Ensure that you follow the ESD
procedures described in Warnings and Notes.
Step 3. Loosen all the mounting screws on all four of the installed adapter cards or
filler plates in the applicable vertical bank.
Step 4. Remove the adapter card (option a) or filler plate (option b) from the target
card slot. Ensure that you follow the ESD procedures described in
Warnings and Notes.
a. If the target slot holds an adapter card, remove it by performing steps i
to iii (see also Figure 3 and Table 3):

Figure 3 Removing an Adapter Card from the 7705 SAR-8

1
2

SLOT ID
CSM A CSM B
MDA 1 MDA 2
MDA 3 MDA 4
MDA 5 MDA 6
Batt. A

7705 SAR-8
-
A8-VT Alarm +
Tx
Stat P1 Rx
Tx Fan Critical
Rx
-48V/24V Batt A Major
Pwr P2
Batt B Minor
1
C37.94
2
3 Codir 4 5 FX0 6 7 FXS 8 External
Alarms

-
+
3 FAN
4 Batt. B

4 3
22084

Table 3 Adapter Card Removal and Installation Features

Key Description

1 Slot guide

2 Threaded receptacle

3 Captive screw

4 Ejector lever

i. Simultaneously rotate the ejector levers outward to release the


adapter card connectors from the backplane receptacles.
ii. Grip the adapter card by the ejector levers and slide the card out of
the slot. Place the card on an anti-static surface.
iii. If you are not replacing the adapter card immediately, cover the
adapter card slot with a filler plate.

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b. If the target slot holds a filler plate, pull it out of the slot.
Step 5. Insert the new 8-port Voice & Teleprotection card (option a) or filler plate
(option b) in the empty slot.

Note:

• Do not attempt to use the captive screws instead of the ejector levers to insert the
adapter card into the slot; the screws are only used to secure the card in place.
• If the adapter card does not seat properly in the backplane, an ejector lever may not
be completely rotated inward. Pull the card out halfway, adjust the levers, and reinsert
the card by pushing in both ejector levers at the same time with your thumbs.

a. If you are installing an 8-port Voice & Teleprotection card, perform


steps i and ii (see also Figure 4 and Table 3):
i. With the ejector levers rotated inward, hold the 8-port Voice &
Teleprotection card by the levers, align the card with the slot
guides, and slide the card into the slot.
ii. Press the 8-port Voice & Teleprotection card firmly into the slot.
Make sure that the card connectors are seated in the backplane
connectors and the faceplate is flush with the front of the chassis.

Figure 4 Installing an 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card in the


7705 SAR-8

1
2

SLOT ID
CSM A CSM B
MDA 1 MDA 2
MDA 3 MDA 4
MDA 5 MDA 6
Batt. A

7705 SAR-8
-
A8-VT Alarm +
Tx
Stat P1 Rx
Tx Fan Critical
Rx
-48V/24V Batt A Major
Pwr P2
Batt B Minor
1
C37.94
2
3 Codir 4 5 FX0 6 7 FXS 8 External
Alarms

-
+
3 FAN
4 Batt. B

4 3
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b. If you are installing a filler plate:


i. Align the filler plate with the slot and slide it into the slot. Filler plates
do not have backplane connectors.
Step 6. Tighten all the mounting screws on the vertical bank. Tighten both sides,
one slot at a time. Do not over-tighten. The recommended torque is 3 to 4
lbf-in (0.34 to 0.45 N.m).

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Step 7. If you replaced the 8-port Voice & Teleprotection card, check the Pwr LED
on the faceplate. If the 8-port Voice & Teleprotection card is properly
inserted and the 7705 SAR-8 has valid power, the Pwr LED is lit blue. See
8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card LED Descriptions for a description of
LED activity.
Step 8. If applicable, reattach the cables removed in Step 1.

3.6.2.2 Installing or Replacing an 8-port Voice & Teleprotection


Card on the 7705 SAR-18

Before you remove and replace an 8-port Voice & Teleprotection card, see the
section Removing an 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card Configuration.

Tools required:

• Phillips screwdriver
• torque driver for Phillips screws

To install or replace an 8-port Voice & Teleprotection card:

Step 1. If applicable, unplug any cables from the target card slot and secure them
to the side of the chassis.
Step 2. Remove the new 8-port Voice & Teleprotection card or filler plate from the
packaging and place it on an anti-static work surface. Avoid touching board
components and connector pins. Ensure that you follow the ESD
procedures described in Warnings and Notes.
Step 3. Loosen the mounting screws on the adapter card or filler plate in the target
slot.
Step 4. Remove the adapter card (option a) or filler plate (option b) from the target
card slot. Ensure that you follow the ESD procedures described in
Warnings and Notes.
a. If the target slot holds an adapter card, remove it by performing steps i
to iii (see also Figure 5):
i. Simultaneously rotate the ejector levers outward to release the
connectors from the backplane receptacles.
ii. Grip the adapter card by the ejector levers and slide the card out of
the slot. Place the card on an anti-static surface.
iii. If you are not replacing the adapter card immediately, cover the
adapter card slot with a filler plate.

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Figure 5 Removing an Adapter Card from a 7705 SAR-18

3 2 1

7705 SAR-18

A8-VT
XMDA 1 XMDA 2 XMDA 3 XMDA 4 CSM A CSM B MDA 1 MDA 2 MDA 3 MDA 4 MDA 5 MDA 6 MDA 7 MDA 8 MDA 9 MDA 10 MDA 11 MDA 12

Pwr P2

P1
4

CSM-2

CSM-2
Stat

Stat
Pwr

Pwr
Act

Act
Tx
1

RxCompact
Compact Flash #1

C37.94

Flash #1
Tx
2

Rx
Compact Flash #2

Compact Flash #2
63
Codir
45
FX0
Mgmt Port

Mgmt Port
7
FXS
8
Console

Console
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

-48V/24V
Alarms 0 l
Fan Critical ACO
Batt A Major
Batt B Minor Batt A 0 l
USB

USB
BITS1

4
External
Alarms
BITS2
Batt B 0 l

Alarm
1
XMDA 2
XMDA 3
XMDA 4
XMDA A
CSM
B
CSM
Module

3 2 1

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b. If the target slot holds a filler plate, pull it out of the slot.
Step 5. Insert the 8-port Voice & Teleprotection card (option a) or filler plate (option
b) in the empty slot.

Note:

• Do not attempt to use the captive screws instead of the ejector levers to insert the
adapter card into the slot; the screws are only used to secure the card in place.
• If the adapter card does not seat properly in the backplane, an ejector lever may not
be completely rotated inward. Pull the card out halfway, adjust the levers, and reinsert
the card by pushing in both ejector levers at the same time with your thumbs.

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a. If you are installing an 8-port Voice & Teleprotection card, perform


steps i and ii (see also Figure 6 and Table 3):
i. With the ejector levers rotated inward, hold the 8-port Voice &
Teleprotection card by the levers, align the card with the slot
guides, and slide the card into the slot.
ii. Press the 8-port Voice & Teleprotection card firmly into the slot.
Make sure that the card connectors are seated in the backplane
connectors and the faceplate is flush with the front of the chassis.

Figure 6 Installing an 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card in a


7705 SAR-18

3 2 1

7705 SAR-18
A8-VT

XMDA 1 XMDA 2 XMDA 3 XMDA 4 CSM A CSM B MDA 1 MDA 2 MDA 3 MDA 4 MDA 5 MDA 6 MDA 7 MDA 8 MDA 9 MDA 10 MDA 11 MDA 12
Stat P1
Pwr P2

4
CSM-2

CSM-2
Stat

Stat
Pwr

Pwr
Act

Act
Tx
1

RxCompact
Compact Flash #1

C37.94

Flash #1
Tx
2

Rx
Compact Flash #2

Compact Flash #2
63
Codir
45
FX0
Mgmt Port

Mgmt Port
7
FXS
8
Console

Console

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
-48V/24V

Alarms 0 l
Fan Critical ACO
Batt A Major
Batt B Minor Batt A 0 l
USB

USB

BITS1

4
External
Alarms
BITS2
Batt B 0 l

Alarm
1
XMDA 2
XMDA 3
XMDA 4
XMDA A
CSM
B
CSM
Module

3 2 1

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b. If you are installing a filler plate:


i. Align the filler plate with the slot and slide it into the slot. Filler plates
do not have backplane connectors.
Step 6. Tighten the captive screws to secure the card or filler plate. Do not over-
tighten. The recommended torque is 3 to 4 lbf-in (0.34 to 0.45 N.m).

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Step 7. If you replaced the 8-port Voice & Teleprotection card, check the Pwr LED
on the faceplate. If the 8-port Voice & Teleprotection card is properly
inserted and the 7705 SAR-18 has valid power, the Pwr LED is lit blue. See
8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card LED Descriptions for a description of
LED activity.
Step 8. If applicable, reattach the cables removed in Step 1.

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4 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card


Connectors

4.1 In This Chapter


This chapter provides information on the following topic:

• 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card Connectors

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4.2 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card


Connectors
The 8-port Voice & Teleprotection card has two IEEE C37.94 teleprotection
interfaces (TPIF). The interfaces are supported by two optical ports labeled ports 1
and 2 on the faceplate. Each port has a pair of connectors labeled Tx and Rx on the
faceplate.

The optical interfaces can be connected to end equipment using glass multimode
optical fiber with an active core diameter of 50 or 62.5 µm with BFOC/2.5 type (ST)
connectors.

The 8-port Voice & Teleprotection card also has four RJ45 connectors: two
connectors support two G.703 codirectional ports labeled ports 3 and 4, one
connector supports two FXO ports labeled 5 and 6, and one connector supports two
FXS ports labeled 7 and 8. See Figure 7.

The RJ-45 ports can be connected to the end equipment using standard RJ-45
shielded twisted pair cables. The cables and connector block are user-supplied.

The FXO and FXS interfaces are designed with a drive loop resistance of 200 Ω. The
maximum cable length is dependent on the cable attenuation and cannot exceed
200 Ω.

Maximum cable length = loop resistance / cable attenuation

Figure 7 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card

A8-VT Tx
Stat P1 Rx
Tx
Rx
-48V/24V
Pwr P2

1
C37.94
2
3 Codir 4 5 FX0 6 7 FXS 8

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Table 4 describes the ports on the 8-port Voice & Teleprotection card.

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Table 4 Voice & Teleprotection Card Ports

Port Number Connector Description

1 Optical ST Female BFOC/2.5 IEEE C37.94 teleprotection


interface
Can be configured for a T1/E1 network interface or
Ethernet/MLPPP interface using MPLS

2 Optical ST Female BFOC/2.5 IEEE C37.94 teleprotection


interface
Can be configured for a T1/E1 network interface or
Ethernet/MLPPP interface using MPLS

3 RJ-45 G.703 64 kb/s codirectional interface


Can be configured for a T1/E1 network interface or
Ethernet/MLPPP interface using MPLS

4 RJ-45 G.703 64 kb/s codirectional interface


Can be configured for a T1/E1 network interface or
Ethernet/MLPPP interface using MPLS

5 RJ-45 FXO interface


Each connector supports two voice ports

6 RJ-45 FXO interface


Each connector supports two voice ports

7 RJ-45 FXS interface


Each connector supports two voice ports

8 RJ-45 FXS interface


Each connector supports two voice ports

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4.2.1 Connector Pinouts


See Table 5 for the cable pinouts for FXO and FXS RJ-45 connectors and Table 6
for the cable pinouts for the G.703 co-directional connectors.

Table 5 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card FXO and FXS RJ-45
Connector Pinouts

Pin Number on Description


RJ-45
Connector

1 CCT2 Ring

2 CCT2 Tip

3 Reserved

4 CCT1 Ring

5 CCT1 Tip

6 Reserved

7 Reserved

8 Reserved

Table 6 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card G.703 Codirectional


Connector Pinouts

Pin Number on Description


RJ-45
Connector

1 RX Ring

2 RX Tip

3 Reserved

4 TX Ring

5 TX Tip

6 Reserved

7 Reserved

8 Reserved

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5 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card LED


Descriptions

5.1 In This Chapter


This chapter provides information on the following topic:

• 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card LEDs

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5.2 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card LEDs


Figure 8 shows the LEDs on the 8-port Voice & Teleprotection card faceplate.
Table 7 describes the LEDs. For a description of the connectors, see 8-port Voice &
Teleprotection Card Connectors.

Figure 8 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card LEDs

1 3 4 5

A8-VT Tx
Stat P1 Rx
Tx
Rx
-48V/24V
Pwr P2

1
C37.94
2
3 Codir 4 5 FX0 6 7 FXS 8

2
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Table 7 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card LEDs

Key Label Description

1 Stat Card status LED:

Green (blinking): Initializing

Green (solid): Operationally up, administratively up

Amber: Operationally down, administratively up

Unlit: Operationally down, administratively down

2 Pwr Power status LED:

Blue: On

Unlit: No power or faulty power

3 P1, P2 IEEE C37.94 teleprotection interface port status LEDs (ports 1 and 2):

Green (solid): Port is active

Green (blinking): Port is in loopback

Unlit: Port is disabled or shut down

4 3, 4 G.703 co-directional aggregate port status LEDs (ports 3 and 4):

Green (solid): Port is active

Green (blinking): Port is in loopback

Unlit: Port is disabled or shut down

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Table 7 8-port Voice & Teleprotection Card LEDs (Continued)

Key Label Description

5 5, 6, 7, 8 FXO and FXS aggregate port status LEDs (ports 5, 6 and 7, 8):

Green (solid): Port is active

Green (blinking): Port is in loopback

Unlit: Port is disabled or shut down

Amber: Voice circuit is in an incoming or outgoing active call

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