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WireSpan3000(2DTE)
G.SHDSL ACCESS UNIT
User's Manual
WireSpan 3000
G.SHDSL Access Unit

User’s Manual

WireSpan 3000

User’s Manual

(Version 2.0)
WireSpan 3000User’s Manual Version 2.0

Contents

CHAPTER 1 Introduction
1-1 Overview………………………………………................ P1-1
1-2 Application…………………………………………………… P1-1
1-3 Versions……………………………………………………… P1-2
1-4 Feature…………………………………………............... P1-2
1-5 Physical Description……………………..………………. P1-2
1-6 Functional Description………………………………….. P1-5
1-7 Management……………………………………………….. P1-8
1-8 System timing………………………………….............. P1-9
1-9 Configured as remote unit (STU-R)…………........ P1-11
1-10 Technical Specifications………………………............ P1-11

CHAPTER 2 Installations and Setup


2-1 Introduction…………………………………………………. P2-1
2-2 Site Requirements and prerequisites………………. P2-1
2-3 Package Contents…………………………………………. P2-1
2-4 Interfaces and Connections……………………………. P2-2
2-5 Setup……………………………………………................. P2-3

CHAPTER 3 Front Panel Operating Instructions


3-1 General…………………………………………………………. P3-1
3-2 Front Panel Connectors and Indicators…………….. P3-1
3-3 SNMP Management Information Base (MIB)…….. P3-2
3-4 Configuration & Maintenance………………………….. P3-3

CHAPTER 4 Controls from the Supervisory Port


4-1 General………………………………………………………… P4-1
4-2 Hardware Requirements…………………………........ P4-1
4-3 Control Menu Display and Syntax……………….…… P4-2

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CHAPTER 5 Diagnostics and Troubleshooting


5-1 General……………………………………………………….. P5-1
5-2 Status indications and alarms…………….............. P5-1
5-3 Performance Diagnostics Data……………………….. P5-2
5-4 Diagnostic Tests……………………………….............. P5-5
5-5 Power-Up Self-Test……………………….................. P5-14
5-6 Troubleshooting………………………....................... P5-14

Appendix A Interface Specifications………………………… A-1


Appendix B Firmware Upgrade Procedure……….......... B-1
Appendix C Bit Error Rate VS. S/N Radio………............ C-1
Appendix D DIP Switch Definition………..………............ D-1

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CHAPTER 1
Introduction

1-1 Overview

The WireSpan 3000 G.SHDSL (Single-pair/two-pair High-bit-rate Digital Subscriber Line)


System provides full duplex capability of supporting selected symmetric user data rates of
E1 or N x 64 K bit/s (N=1~32) or symmetric user data rates of V.35 or N x 64 K bit/s
(N=1~36) leased line services or Ethernet interface extension using a Trellis Coded Pulse
Amplitude Modulation (TCPAM) line code over one or two non-loaded two-wire metallic
cable pair. The line speeds for transmitted and received data are multiple for lengthening
the transmission distance.

The operation and performance of this specification is complying with symmetric SHDSL
spectrum defined in Annex A or Annex B, ITU-T Rec. G.991.2.

Using advanced equalization, adaptive-filtering, echo cancellation technology and


16-TCPAM line coding, WireSpan 3000 devices compensates for line impairments, bridge
taps and mixed cabling. High immunity to background noise enables transmission of
multiple DSL lines in the same physical cable.

1-2 Application

The WireSpan 3000 units’ application provided with different network side interfaces/
customer side interfaces as follows below list. The data rate does not include G.SHDSL
overhead. In 2 wires operations mode is 8Kbit/s.

Framing overheads:
z With E1 network side interface for Central side and E1 customer side interface for
remote. For full E1 or fractional N between 1 and 32 x 64 Kbit/s data rate.

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z With E1 network side interface for Central Office and V.35 customer side interface for
remote. For full E1 (Unframed) or fractional N between 1 and 32 x 64 Kbit/s data rate.

z With V.35 network side interface for Central Office and V.35 customer side interface for
remote. For N between 1 and 36 x 64 Kbit/s data rate.

z With Ethernet network side interface for Central Office and Ethernet customer side
interface for remote. For N between 1 and 36 x 64 Kbit/s data rate.

1-3 Versions

WireSpan 3000 is a family of SHDSL transmission equipment, which also includes:


User can order E1+Ethernet or V.35+Ethernet two kind of model depended on user
application. User could be select two DTE interface by user configuration. WireSpan 3000
G.SHDSL access unit can be installation on customer’s premises. WireSpan 3000 can
operate opposite STU-R or STU-C installed in a central office.

1-4 Features

z Compliance with ITU-T G.991.2 (G.SHDSL)


z Support auto data rates adaptation between 64K and 2304K (N=1~36)
z V.35 & E1/E1 Fractional interface, Ethernet interface
z Full function configuration with remote configuration
z To change the operating options on the modules by non-soldering wire strips
z Built-in test pattern generator/detector
z SNMP management through Ethernet LAN port
z ATRIE NMS-view management software supported.
z Firmware upgradeable by console, TFTP, or remote unit via DSL EOC.

1-5 Physical Description

WireSpan 3000 is designed for desktop installation. Installation procedures for the
WireSpan 3000 models and respective versions are provided in Chapter 2, Installation and
setup.

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WireSpan 3000 is a compact unit, intended for installation on desktop.

1-5-1 WireSpan 3000 Front Panel

Figure 1-1 WireSpan 3000 Front Panel

The front panel provides control over the operation of the device. The LEDs provide
real-time indications related to the operation and status of the device.

1-5-2 LED Display

The LED indicators on the front panel indicate the operating status of WireSpan3000.
Various indicators display status of line, status of data activity, alert condition, and test loop
activity in the system.

1-5-3 Rear panel

The rear panel of WireSpan 3000 allows user to access to interface and power connections.
For details, see Chapter 2, installation.
The C.I.D. connector is located on the rear panel.

As above rear panel, the E1 interface connecter is RJ-45 and BNC. Figure 1-2 E1 and
Ethernet interface Rear panel. V.35 interface connecter is M34 ISO 2593, 34 pins female.
Figure 1-3 V.35 and Ethernet interface Rear panel.

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Figure 1-2 E1 and Ethernet interface Rear panel

Figure 1-3 V.35 and Ethernet interface Rear panel

1-6 Functional Description

WireSpan3000 device have asynchronous Console port interface, and one changeable data
port with E1 and ITU-T V.35 and Ethernet interface.

1-6-1 E1 Link Interface Characteristics

The WireSpan 3000 devices E1 interface meets the requirements of ITU-T G.703, G.704,
G.706 and G.823. WireSpan 3000 devices support any framed and unframed E1 data
streams. For framed data streams.

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Mask of the pulse at the 2048 k bit/s interface


Figure 1-4 G.703 2.048 MHz isolated pulse shape for 120 Ohms

The E1 port has two line interface: a 120 ohms balanced line interface terminated in an
RJ-45 eight-pin female connector and 75 ohms unbalanced interface terminated in two BNC
female coaxial connectors. Line coding is HDB3 or AMI. The nominal balanced interface
transmit level is ±3V, and the unbalanced interface transmit level is ±2,37V. and both
interface peak voltage of space (no pulse) is 0±0.3V. The minimum return loss is 12dB for
51 to 102 KHz, 18dB for 102 to 2048 KHz, and 14dB for 2.048 to 3.072 MHz. The nominal
pulse width is 244ns. The pulse shape refers to Figure 1-4. The insertion loss of this port is
in the range of 0 to 6 dB at frequency of 1024KHz. Jitter performance complies with the
requirement of ITU-T G.823.

1-6-2 V.35 Interface Characteristics

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The WireSpan 3000 devices V.35 interface electrical characteristics meet the requirements
of ITU-T V.35. The physical connector type and pin assignment complies 34-pin ISO 2593
connector. The interface data rate up to 2304Kbit/s (36N). And versatile configuration
function with data signals and control signals.

1-6-3 Ethernet Interface Characteristics

The WireSpan 3000 devices Ethernet interface meets the requirements of IEEE 802.3 or
IEEE 802.3u. And provides 10 / 100 base-T auto sensing, half / full duplex configurable
function and auto-crossover ability. The bridge self-learning ability also complies with IEEE
802.1d.
The Ethernet port has one line interface:A balanced line interface terminated in an RJ-45
eight-pin female connector for WireSpan 3000 unit. The Ethernet port has supported up to
1024 MAC learning addresses.

1-6-4 G.SHDSL Subsystem Characteristics

The WireSpan 3000 devices subsystem use duplex transmission over 2-wire line. The line
code on the SHDSL is 16-TCPAM. Using advanced equalization, adaptive filtering, and echo
cancellation techniques, WireSpan 3000 devices compensates for line impairments, bridge
taps and mixed cabling. High immunity to background noise enables transmission of
multiple DSL lines in the same physical cable.

Figure 1-5 PSD Masks for 0 dB Power Bakeoff

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The SHDSL interface frame structure complies with section 7.1.1 of ITU-T Rec. G.991.2.
The frame, CRC, EOC, Payload…etc, total DSL symbol rate is (Data rate + 8 K)/sec. The
DSL power back-off function is complies with table 6-2 of ITU-T Rec. G.991.2. The SHDSL
PSD for data rate of 256, 512, 768, 1536, 2048 and 2304 kbit/s comply with the PSD masks
in Annex B of ITU-T rec. G.991.2. Refer to Figure 1-5.

WireSpan 3000 devices can operate on unloaded AWG-26 twisted-wire pair, and other
similar pair. Up to two bridged taps, having a length of up to 1500m, are tolerated.

The WireSpan 3000 units support the functions of stuffing, scrambling, keep-alive signal
and out-of-service test to make the output signal of both directions meeting the application
requirements and facilitate efficient sectionalize of system problem.

WireSpan 3000 devices provide an embedded operations channel (EOC) within the SHDSL
data streams, which enables end-to-end system management and supervision. The EOC
operating is meet sections 9.5 of ITU-T Rec. G.991.2.

The SHDSL subsystem operates in a master-slave mode.


The master unit, called SHDSL Transceiver Unit - Central (STU-C), determines the total
payloads by used between the SHDSL loop, controls the system start-up procedure,
provides the timing reference for SHDSL loop transmission, and manages the
communication on the EOC channel.

The slave unit, located at the remote end of the link, is calling SHDSL Transceiver Unit -
Remote (STU-R).

WireSpan 3000 devices support both the STU-C and the STU-R operating modes; the actual
operating mode (STU-C or STU-R) is user-selectable.

1-7 Management
The management capabilities can be used to configure the WireSpan 3000 device
parameters and display status (alarm/events) messages, diagnostics information,
performance monitoring data (RTC), and test status, on-line log more than 100 items.

These functions are performed through a serial RS-232 port that enables serial

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communication with a supervision terminal. Any “dump” ASCII terminal connected to the
Console port of WireSpan 3000 device (or a PC running a terminal emulation program),
controlled by the program stored in the WireSpan 3000 device, can be used as a
supervision terminal. The OS interface is base on 10/100 Base-T Ethernet interface with
RJ-45 connector.

1-7-1 Management by Telnet/SNMP agent/ATRIE NMS-View

WireSpan 3000 version also supports the telnet protocol, which enables remote
management using the same screen of supervision terminal. We provided SNMP agent for
Customer’s EMS management software to manage WS3000 devices. User also could be to
manage WS3000 devices by use ATRIE NMS-View management software.

1-7-2 Control of remote unit from local unit

WireSpan 3000 devices take advantage of this characteristic to expedite the configuration,
management and supervision tasks related to the remote device. They are transferred
(Downloaded) from the local device configured as local unit configured as remote, using
EOC channel.

1-7-3 Single-ended Operation


The WireSpan 3000 units have a statistic to maintain including STU-C and STU-R
information.

1-8 System timing

WireSpan 3000 devices offer selectable timing options, which enable the distribution of
timing over the G.SHDSL system, from the central (STU-C) to the remote end (STU-R). All
timing architecture (clock architecture) is complies with section 10 of ITU-T Rec. G.991.2
Clock Architecture, Refer to Table 1-1.

The WireSpan 3000 units provided the transmit symbol clock during “data mode” can be
accurate to within ±30 ppm of the nominal frequency at all rates. If the WireSpan 3000
units loses user setting clock source, the STU-C or STU-R will fall back and use the local
oscillator automatically. The local oscillator always provided the accuracy to ±30 ppm. Of
nominal frequency.

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Mode STU-C STU-R Symbol Example Mode


Number Symbol Clock Clock Application
Reference Reference
1 Local oscillator Received symbol "Classic" HDSL. Plesiochronous
clock
2 Network Received symbol "Classic" HDSL Plesiochronous
reference clock clock with embedded with timing
timing reference. reference
3a Transmit data Received symbol Main application Synchronous
clock or clock is synchronous
network transport in both
reference clock directions.
3b Transmit data Received symbol Synchronous Hybrid:
clock clock downstream downstream:
transport and synchronous
bit-stuffed upstream:
upstream is Plesiochronous
possible.

Table 1-1 Clock Synchronization Configurations

1-8-1 Mode Number 1


With Local oscillator (Internal Clock) timing, the WireSpan 3000 device system timing is
determined by the clock signal generated by an internal crystal oscillator. Figure 1-6 shows
the flow of timing signals through the WireSpan 3000 system in the Local oscillator timing
mode.

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Figure 1-6 Flow of Timing Signals through WireSpan 3000 system in the Local
Oscillator Timing Mode

1-8-2 Mode Number 2


With Network Reference (TIE Clock, External V.35 Clock) timing, the WireSpan
3000 device system timing is determined by the clock signal generated by an external clock
signal from incoming E1/V.35 signal. Figure 1-7 shows the flow of timing signals through
the WireSpan 3000 system in the network reference timing mode.

Figure 1-7 Flow of Timing Signals through WireSpan 3000 system in the Network
Reference Timing Mode

1-8-3 Mode Number 3a and 3b


With Transmit data (Follow E1 clock) timing, the WireSpan 3000 system timing is
transparent mode. This mode is non-supported for Ethernet version device. Figure 1-8
shows the flow of timing signals through the WireSpan 3000 system in the transmit data
timing mode.

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Figure 1-8 Flow of Timing Signals through WireSpan 3000 system in the Network
Reference Timing Mode

1-9 Configured as remote unit (STU-R)

Although the WireSpan 3000 timing is powerful, we still strong to suggest when the
WireSpan 3000 device configured as STU-R, to configure timing always to follow incoming
DSL signals (Follow Loop).

1-10 Technical Specifications

Rate-selectable high speed digital subscriber line capable of full duplex


symmetric operation up to 2304Kbps
Line Rate 200Kbps up to 2312Kbps or rate adapting (2-Wire)
16-TCPAM (G.SHDSL) complies with ITU-T Rec.
Line Code
G.991.2 Annex A and Annex B.
Line Type Unconditional twisted pairs (2-Wire)
DSL Interface Line Impedance 135 Ohms±5%
Transmit Level 13.5±0.5dBm
Range 22.5kft down to 12kft at 26 AWG
Bit Error Rate Less than 1x10E-7
Connector RJ-45
Suitable ITUT-T K.20 / K.21; EN60950.
protection

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User Interface (E1 or V.35 or Ethernet) :


Two kind of model: E1_Ethernet or V.35+Ethernet, two DTE interface select
by user configuration
Line Rate 2.048Mbps ± 50ppm
Line Code HDB3/AMI
120 Ohm ±5% for Twisted pair and 75 Ohm for
Line Impedance
Coaxial Cable
Frame Format Unstructured and structured framing
E1 Interface Applicable ITU-T Rec. G.703, G.704, G.706, G.823
Standard
Connector RJ-45 or BNC
Fractional N x 64Kbps (N=1~32)
Idle Code Insert “7F” or “FF”.
Range 1000 meter / 26 AWG, BER better than 10E-7
Line Rate N x 64Kbps, N=1 ~ 36 (2-Wire)
V.35 Interface
Connector M34 ISO 2593, 34 pins female
Auto-sensing 10/100 BASE-T Ethernet and
Interface half / full duplex configurable
Ethernet
Connector RJ-45 (Auto-crossover)
Interface
Bridging
Supporting up to 1024 MAC learning addresses.
Capability
Clock Option Clock Source Internal, E1, V.35 External, Recovery.
Management Configuration Console port+ Telnet or SNMP/ATRIE NMS-View
Console EIA-232C(D-Sub 9 Female)
Interface
E1/Eth PWR, LOP1, LOP2, DL, LL, (DL+LL=RL)
SYN, ALM, 10/ACT, 100/ACT.
LED Indicator
V.35/Eth PWR, LOP1, LOP2, DL, LL, (DL+LL=RL) TD,
RD, 10/ACT, 100/ACT.
LLB, DLB, RLB, (Execute by push buttons
Diagnostic supported), RLB with 2047 pattern, V.54 Loopback
(V.35 interface only).
Network Provided SNMP agent for customer’s EMS
Remote Remote WS5100/WS5000/WS3000 via EOC
management managed support

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Firmware Console, TFTP, Remote unit via DSL EOC channel


upgrade
Physical 240mm (W) x 54mm (H) x 164mm (D)
Standalone
Dimensions
Input Voltage 100~ 240 VAC ~0.5A,
AC Source
47~63Hz ( Built-in power circuit )
Power Input Voltage 36~72 VDC ~2000mA,
DC Source
Requirement ( Built-in power circuit )
Power 10 Watt (Max.)
consumption
Temperature 0 °C ~ 45 °C
Environment : Operating
Humidity 0 % ~ 95 % RH (Non-condensing)

Table 1-2 Technical Specifications

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CHAPTER 2
Installations and Setup

2-1 Introduction

WireSpan 3000 is delivered completely assembled. It is designed for installation as a


desktop unit.

2-1-1 After installing the unit:


Refer to Chapter 3 for detailed system configuration procedures using an ASCII
terminal, TELNET host, SNMP agent, or ATRIE NMS-View connected to the
WireSpan 3000 devices Console/Ethernet port.

In case a problem is encountered, refer to Chapter 5 for test and diagnostics


instructions.

2-2 Site Requirements and prerequisites

AC powered WireSpan 3000 units should be installed within an easily accessible,


grounded AC outlet capable of furnishing the nominal supply voltage

The ambient operating temperature of WireSpan 3000 devices is 0 °C to 45 °C, at a


relative humidity of 0% up to 95%, non-condensing.

2-3 Package Contents

A preliminary inspection of the equipment container should be made before unpacking.


Evidence of damage should be noted and reported immediately. The WireSpan 3000
devices package includes the following items:

z  WireSpan 3000 device


z CD disk or Installation and Operation Manual
z AC power cord
z RJ45 UTP wire Cable (Quantity offer depended on order)
z Terminal box of the telephone. (Quantity offer depended on order)

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2-4 Interfaces and Connections

Both the WireSpan 3000 V.35/Eth and E1/Eth versions used the same conception
designed, the procedure is the same.

Caution WireSpan 3000 devices contain components sensitive to


electrostatic discharge (ESD). To prevent ESD damage,
avoid touching internal components and before moving
jumpers, touch the WireSpan 3000.

2-4-1 E1 Link Connections (For E1 version device)


WireSpan 3000 E1 link have an RJ-45 eight-pin connector and two BNC connectors.
Appendix A, E1 Balanced Port Connector provides the pin allocation for the RJ-45
connector and unbalanced port connector for BNC. Connector the E1 link cables to the
connector(s) corresponding to the interface in use.

The maximum allowable line attenuation between the WireSpan 3000 E1 link and the
network interface is 1000 Ft / 26AWG in general case.

2-4-2 V.35 Port Connections


The Wirespan 3000 device user data port has a 34-pin M34-type female connector.
Connect the link cable to the M34 connector after setting pin-out configuration
corresponding to the interface in use.

2-4-3 Ethernet port Connections


WireSpan 3000 E1 link has an RJ-45 eight-pin connector. The maximum distance is
100m between both ends. The system will be detected direct or cross connected
automatically.

2-4-4 G.SHDSL loop connections


To connect the remote equipment (DSL loop) to WiresSpan 3000 device, connect the
cable to the RJ-45 connector designated DSL LOOP. Appendix A provides the pin
allocation for these connectors.

2-4-5 Connecting the Control port (Console)


Connect a cable prepared in accordance with Appendix A between the control port
connector, designated Console, and the control terminal.

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Note The various interface cables should be shielded, in order to comply with FCC
rules. WireSpan 3000 devices and its data interfaces will well even if the
cables are not shielded, but some radio interference may occur.

2-4-6 Connecting the Power


To connect the power to WireSpan 3000 devices, refer to the appropriate section
below.

2-4-7 AC Power Connection


WireSpan 3000 is available 100VAC~240VAC switching power.

2-4-8 DC power Connection


The DC-powered jack comes with a 3-pin terminal block connector located at unit
rear. Connect the wires to your power supply cable, must be verify that the voltage
polarity is as required.

Warning reversing the wire voltage polarity can cause serious damage to the
unit!

2-5 Setup

After Installation, You must be to check below list:


  The Power LED indicator always lights when WireSpan 3000 units is powered.
  The system will warming-up after 15 seconds.
  The Activation Sequence and Reactivation Sequence comply with section 6.2 and
6.3 of ITU-T G.991.2
  The SHDSL system automatically activate start-up when the power of the STU-C
and STU-R are enabled or after temporarily disconnecting the STU-C or STU-R.

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CHAPTER 3
Front Panel Operating Instructions

3-1 General

This chapter contains detailed instructions for operating WireSpan 3000. This information
presented in this chapter includes:

WireSpan 3000 devices Front panel - section 3.2

3-2 Front Panel Connectors and Indicators

Figure 3-1 shows the front panel of WireSapan 3000. Table 3-1 lists the functions of the
WireSpan 3000 devices connectors and indicators, located on the WireSpan 3000 device
front panels.

Figure 3-1 WireSpan 3000 Front Panel

No Name Type Function


1 PWR LED Indicator Lights when system power is ready.
2 LOP1 LED Indicator Lights when the DSL (2W, LOP1) loop circuits get
synchronization to the incoming signal.
3 LOP2 LED Indicator Reserved
4 DL LED Indicator Lights when a Local Digital Loopback.
5 LL LED Indicator Lights when a Local Loopback.

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LL+DL=RL (Local Loopback. + Local Digital


Loopback = Remote Loopback.)
LL+DL blink when executed remote firmware
upgrade in processing/running.
6 SYN - E1 LED Indicator Light when E1 interface signal synchronization.
TD - V.35 Light when V.35 interface signal Transmission
7 ALM - E1 LED Indicator Light when E1 interface reports loss of frame
synchronization to the incoming signal (in the
UNFRAMED mode, the indicator lights when the
incoming signal is corrupted or missing)
RD - V.35 LED Indicator Light when V.35 interface signal Receive.
8 10 ACT LED Indicator Light when 10 BASE –T half/full Ethernet interface
is link-up.
Light when in packets forward process.
9 100 ACT LED Indicator Light when 100 BASE –T half/full Ethernet interface
is link-up.
Light when in packets forward process.

Table 3-1 WireSpan 3000 devices connectors and indicators

3-3 SNMP Management Information Base (MIB)

3-3-1 SNMP Principles


The SNMP management protocol (version 1 / RFC 1157) is an asynchronous command
response polling protocol: all the management traffic, except for trap messages, is initiated
by the SNMP-base network management station, which addresses the managed entities in
its management domain. Only the addressed managed entity answers the polling of the
management station. The managed entities include a function called an “SNMP agent”,
which is responsible for interpretation and handling of the management station requests to
the managed entity, and the generation of properly-formatted responses to the
management station.

3-3-2 MIB Structure


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The WireSpan 3000 units support SNMP MIBs for G.SHDSL, E1, The MIB specification is
following the Structure and Identification of Management Information (RFC 1155 or RFC
2578) and Concise MIB Definition (RFC 1212).

3-4 Configuration & Maintenance

The WireSpan 3000 units have provided with a nonvolatile memory which to store all user
profiles and provisioning parameters. User can load factory profile to initial the WireSpan
3000 units.

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CHAPTER 4
Control from the Supervisory Port/Telnet Protocol

4-1 General

This chapter provides detailed instructions for the management of WireSpan 3000 devices
by means of ASCII terminals and IP hosts using the telnet protocol by Ethernet port.
This initial configuring of WireSpan 3000 devices is to be performed using a standard
ASCII terminal connected to the WireSpan 3000 devices control port, Console.

This chapter includes the following information:


z   Description of supervision terminal hardware requirements, communication and
handshaking - Section 4-2
z Description of the set of commands and options available for the supervision
terminal - Section 4-3.

4-2 Hardware Requirements

4-2-1 Terminal Characteristics


Any standard ASCII terminal (“dump” terminal or personal computer emulating an ASCII
terminal) equipped with a RS-232 communication interface can be used to control
WireSpan 3000 devices operation.

4-2-2 Telnet (IP) HOST Characteristics


Typically, the Telnet host is a PC with the appropriate suite of TCP/IP protocols, or a UNIX
system.

4-2-3 Control Port Interface Characteristics


WireSpan 3000 devices have a RS-232 asynchronous DCE port, designed CONSOLE and
terminated in a 9-pin D-type female connector. The control port continuously monitors the
incoming data stream and will immediately respond to any input string received through
this port.

The WireSpan 3000 devices can be configured to communicate at rate of 9600 bps. The
word format consists of one stop bit and 8 data bits, parity disabled.

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4-2-4 Control Terminal configuration


Configure the terminal for the communication parameters used by the Console port, select
full-duplex mode, turn the terminal echo off, disable any type of flow control, and select
emulation VT100 terminal. The parameters follow Table 4-1
Connect the terminal cable to the Console connector of the WireSpan 3000 units. Turn the
control terminal on. You are now ready to start a management session.

Parameter Setting

Band rate 9600 bps

Communication mode Full-duplex

Flow control Disable

Data bits 8

Party bit None

STOP bits 1

Terminal Mode VT-100

Terminal Echo Disable

Table 4-1 Control Terminal Parameter

4-3 Control Menu Display and Syntax

This section present the WireSpan 3000 units control menu display.

4-3-1 General Guidelines and Principles


Following are general guidelines you have to be familiar with when working with WireSpan
3000 unit options:

Commands are case-insensitive, that is, you can type command in either lowercase or
uppercase letters.

To correct typing errors, press the <BACKSPACE> key until the error is cleared, and then
type the correct option number or command. Use <Space> key to select or change option
items on the same position. To cancel the current option or command or back to upper
level screen, press <ESC>. Use <ENTER> to obtain user command or option. In any one
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screen, press <ENTER> to refresh screen shown. In case a command or option number is
invalid, WireSpan 3000 series units do not execute it and to refresh screen again.

4-3-2 Main Menu

Main

1.Status Monitor...
2.Configuration...
3.Profile...
4.Diagnostic...
5.Quit Console

Figure 4-1 typical show of Main Menu Screen

Figure 4-1 is shows the Main Menu display. To bring up the main menu: press the “ESC”
until the screen listed abort show. If the screen is illegible: press the “ESC” repeatedly for
brings up the main menu.

4-3-3 Status Menu

Main->Status

1.Loop Status...
2.V.35 Status...--> ( 1 )
3.E1 Status...--> ( 2 )
4.EtherNet Status...
5.Performance Status...
6.Alarm Status...
7.System Information...

Figure 4-2 typical show of Status Menu Screen

Figure 4-2 is a typical show of Status Menu. The status menu contain of seven subgroups
of commands. Refer to Table 4-2 status parameter definition.
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Path : Main -> STATUS


Parameter Description
Loop Status Allows users to monitor the DSL Loop status and Loop Condition.
V.35 status *1 Only Display in V.35+Ethernet version unit, to monitor V.35
interface status.
E1 status *2 Only Display in E1+Ethernet version unit, to monitor E1
interface status.
Ethernet status To monitor user Ethernet interface status.
Performance status Allow the user to monitor with the system’s Performance record
in 96 intervals with the duration of each interval equivalent to 15
minutes or 7 intervals with duration of each interval equivalent to
24 hours.
Alarm status To see current alarm and log record after System power on.

System information Include Software Version and System time/clock informations.

Table 4-2 Status Parameter Definition

4-3-4 Loop Status Menu

Main->Status->Loop Status

========= Local ========= ========= Remote =========

= Loop 1 = = Loop 2 = = Loop 1 = = Loop 2 =

Loop Up Time :--- N/A --- --- N/A --- --- N/A --- --- N/A ---

Xcvr State :Handshake --- N/A --- --- N/A --- --- N/A ---

Line Speed :1032K --- N/A --- --- N/A --- --- N/A ---

Rx Gain :--- N/A --- --- N/A --- --- N/A --- --- N/A ---

Tx Power :--- N/A --- --- N/A --- --- N/A --- --- N/A ---

S/N Ratio :--- N/A --- --- N/A --- --- N/A --- --- N/A ---

Framer Status:Out of sync --- N/A --- --- N/A --- --- N/A ---

Loop Atten. :--- N/A --- --- N/A --- --- N/A --- --- N/A ---

Operation Mode:STU-R --- N/A --- --- N/A --- --- N/A ---

Annex :Annex A Symm --- N/A --- --- N/A --- --- N/A ---

Clock Source :Loop --- N/A --- --- N/A --- --- N/A ---

1.Disconnect

Figure 4-3 typical show of Loop Status


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Figure 4-3 is typical show of Loop Status menu. The Loop status menu shows the status
of the DSL Loop Interface: For this case it is STU-C: the line Rate is in “Fixed” mode: Use
“Annex B” PSD, and Clock mode is “Internal”. This menu also shows Loop link-up time,
and DSL Loop operating state. This screen will be refreshed every 2 seconds
automatically. Refer to Table 4-3 Loop Status Parameter Definition.

Path:MAIN->STATUS->LOOP STATUS
Parameter Description
Loop Up Time The DSL Loop link-up time, re-count after every time
re-link
Line Speed Loop line speed at current
Xcvr State It will contain below state:
1. Idle:DSL Loop in Idle mode. It will initial DSL DSP and
Framer parameters.
2. Handshake:In this state, The DSL DSP is
commutation with remote STU by use ITU-T G.994.1
process
3. Training:In Handshake process phase 1
4. PMMS:In Handshake process phase 2
5. Frame Sync:Connect success after handshake, but
not in stable state.
6. Data:Normal operation state, in this state that user
can follow up to execute Diagnostic function or
Remote Control function.
7. Cross over:After link-up and loop1 and loop2 are
reserved. And DSL will disconnect after 20 seconds
automatically.
Note:When running loopback function this state
will shows which loopback is executed.
Tx Power DSL Transmit Power level, normal is 13.5 dBm for Annex
A Symmetric PSD
Rx Gain DSL Receive Power gain in dB
S / N Ratio Signal vs. Noise Ratio, The parameter to identify loop
condition. To see Appendix C for more information.
Framer Sync Framing status of SHDSL Framer receiver
Status
Operation Mode The parameter is followed user configuration, the user
can change mode find in

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Main->Configuration->DSL->Loop 1 Operation Mode


Menu;
1. STU-C:The Device operating in CO mode
2. STU-R:The Device operating in CPE mode
Clock Source The parameter is followed user configuration, the user
can change mode find in
Main->Configuration->System->Clock Source:
1. Internal:The system clocking is followed from free
running Oscillator on board.
2. Follow Loop:The system clocking is followed from
DSL loop.
3. Follow TIE Clock:Only shows in E1+Ethernet
version. The system clocking is followed from E1
interface.
4. Follow E1 Clock:Only shows if E1 interface used. The
system transport clock through E1 interface and DSL loop.
5. Follow DTE External:Only shows if V.35 interface
used. The system clocking is followed from V.35 XTC
clock. User can to find the V.35 XTC pin location in
Appendix A.
Annex User can choice follow ITU-T G.991.2 Annex A or Annex B
PSD and Transmit power level. Annex A usually to be
used in North America. And Annex B usually to be used in
Europe. User can change mode in
Main->Configuration->DSL->Loop 1 Annex option
Disconnect To force DSL to re-link and re-load all setup parameter
warming:To execute after every time configure is
changed, then all change will be effect.

Table 4-3 Loop Status Parameter Definition

4-3-5 V.35 Status Menu (Only shows in V.35+Ethernet Version)

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Main->Status->V35 Status

CTS:On RTS:On DSR:Off DTR:On

DTR Option:Ignore
DSR Option:Always On
RTS Option:Ignore
CTS Option:Always On
DCD Option:Always On

Figure 4-4 typical show of V.35 Status Menu

Figure 4-4 is a typical show of V.35 status menu. The V.35 Status menu shows the V.35
interface control signal status. The menu shows in V.35 version only.
Refer to Table 4-4 V.35 Status Parameter Definition.

Path:MAIN->STATUS->V.35 STATUS
Parameter Description
CTS/RTX/DSR/DTR Those signals group are followed DTE unit or user
setup. User can to find in.
Main->Configuration->V.35 Setup:
1. ON:The Signal is activated.
2. OFF:The Signal is deactivated or ignore by user.
DTR Option The options include:
1. Ignore:Always disable. V.35 DTR drop alarm
always also disabled.
2. Always ON:Always effect.
3. Drop Line When Low:When DTR signal edge
change from high logic level to low logic level, the
DSL loop will re-link automatically.
DSR Option The options include:
1. Always ON:Always effected.
2. Follow carrier:When DSL loop is linked, then
DSR turns to ON state.
RTS Option The options include:
1. Ignore:Always be disabled.
2. Follow ITU-T:Followed ITU-T rec. to operation.
CTS Option The options include:
1. Always ON:Always keep on enable state.
2. Follow RTS:Turn on after got RTS signal from
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DTE device.
DCD Option The options include:
1. Always ON:Always keep on enable state.
2. Follow Carrier:When DSL loop is link-up, then
DCD signal turns to ON state.

Table 4-4 V.35 Status Parameter Definition

4-3-6 E1 Status Menu (Only Shows in E1+Ethernet version)

Main->Status->E1 Status

RLOS:On LOF:On
AIS:Off YEL:Off
BPV:Off TSHORT:Off
LCV:0

Framing:PCM31 CCS
Line Coding:HDB3
Impedance:120 OHM
Idle Code:0xFF

1.Clear Counter(s)

Figure 4-5 typical show of E1 Status Menu

Figure 4-5 is a typical show of E1 status menu. The E1 Status menu shows E1 interface
status. This menu only shows in E1 version. Refer to Table 4-5 E1 Status Parameter
Definition.

Path : MAIN->STATUS->E1 STATUS


Parameter Description
RLOS E1 interface receiver loss of signal.
LOF Loss of frame
AIS Receive All 1’s signal
YEL Receive Yellow alarm
BPV Find E1 Line code Bipolar violation
TSHORT E1 wire cross
LCV E1 Line code violation count
Framing E1 Framing type. Detail description to reference

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Configuration menu. Section X.X.X


Line Coding E1 interface line coding mode. Detail description to
reference E1 Configuration menu.
Impedance 120 Ohms. E1 interface Impedance. Detail description to
reference E1 Configuration menu.
Idle Code “FF”,“7F” or “Pass”. The pattern will be inserted or pass into
Non-used timeslots or bypass.
Clear Counters To Clear LCV count to zero.

Table 4-5 E1 Status Parameter Definition.

4-3-7 Ethernet Status Menu


Figure 4-6 is a typical show of Ethernet status menu. The Ethernet Status menu shows
Ethernet bridge interface status. Refer to Table 4-6 Ethernet Status Parameter Definition

Main->Status->EtherNet Status

Link :Link down Link Speed:---- Link Duplex:----


Used Entries:0 Tx Packets:0 Rx Packets:0
Fwd Packets:0 Drop Packets:0

Speed :Auto Duplex :Auto MAC Address :FF-FF-FF-FF-FF-FF

Figure 4-6 typical show of Ethernet Status Menu

Path: MAIN->STATUS->ETHERNET STATUS


Parameter Description
Link Show the Ethernet interface link status
z Link up: The Ethernet interface in active mode.

z Link down: The Ethernet interface in idle mode.

Link Speed 10M bps, 100M bps or idle mode


Link Duplex Half, Full or idle mode
Used Entries Count of total MAC address in Built-in memory
Tx Packets Packets Count of Transmit to Ethernet interface
Rx Packets Packets Count of Receive from Ethernet interface

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Fwd Packets Packets Count of Forward to DSL loop from Ethernet


interface
Drop Packets Packets Count of drop out
Speed User setting. Detail description to reference Ethernet
Configuration menu
Duplex User setting. Detail description to reference Ethernet
Configuration menu

Clear Counters To clear all packets counts to zero

Table 4-6 Ethernet Status Parameter Definition

4-3-8 Performance Status Menu

Main->Status->Performance Status

1. Loop 15-min...
2. Loop 24-hour...
3.E1 15-min...
4.E1 24-hour...

5.Clear Loop Counters


6.Clear E1 Counters

Figure 4-7 typical show of Performance Status Menu

Figure 4-7 is a typical show of Performance Status Menu. The performance status menu
contain of fourteen groups of command in E1 version. Refer to Table 4-7 Performance
Status Parameter Definition. Detail description refers to Chapter 5 for ES, SES, and UAS
parameters.

Path:MAIN->STATUS->PERFORMANCE STATUS
Parameter Description
Loop 15-min Allows users to monitor the DSL loop per 15 minutes
ES/SES/UAS/LOSWS count
Loop 24-hour Allows users to monitor the DSL loop per 24 hours
ES/SEs/UAS/LOSWS count
Below item only shows in E1+Ethernet version
E11 15-min Allows users to monitor the E1 Interface per 15
minutes ES/SES/UAS
E1 24-hour Allows users to monitor the E1 Interface per 24

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hours ES/SES/UAS
Below item for clear and restart counting purpose
Clear Loop Counters To clear all about loop performance count
Clear E1 Counters To clear all about E1 performance count

Table 4-7 Performance Status Parameter Definition.

4-3-9 Loop 15-min Menu


The 15 min Loop menu shows the DSL loop occurred error of second. Every 15 minutes
record into memory automatically. Detail defined of Loop ES/SES/UAS/LOSWS to reference
Chapter 5. Figure 4-8 is a typical show of Loop 15-min menu and to refer Table 4-8 Loop
15-min Parameter Definition. Type in <right> and <left> key to toggle total seven pages.

Figure 4-8 is a typical


Main->Status->Performance Status->Loop 15-min
show
Page:01/03 -------- Loop1 ------- -------- Loop2 -------
Time ES SES UAS LOSWS ES SES UAS LOSWS
-------------------- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----
15:09 ~ 15:10-Now 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
14:54 ~ 15:09 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
14:39 ~ 14:54 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
14:24 ~ 14:39 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
14:09 ~ 14:24 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
13:54 ~ 14:09 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
13:39 ~ 13:54 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
13:24 ~ 13:39 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
13:09 ~ 13:24 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
12:54 ~ 13:09 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
12:39 ~ 12:54 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
12:24 ~ 12:39 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
12:09 ~ 12:24 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
11:54 ~ 12:09 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
11:39 ~ 11:54 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

<Left>PageUp <Right>PageDown <Home>Head <End>Tail <ESC>Exit

Figure 4-8 typical show of Loop 15-min menu

Path: Main->Status->Performance Status->Loop 15 min


Parameter Description
Time Records time interval.
ES Error second of DSL loop
SES Severely error second of DSL loop
UAS Unavailable second of DSL loop
LOSWS The DSL loop occurred loss of DSL frame synchronous words

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Table 4-8 Loop 15-min Parameter Definition.

4-3-10 Loop 24-hour


The Loop 24-hour menu shows the DSL loop occurred error of second. Every 24 hours
record into memory automatically. Detail defined of Loop ES/SES/UAS/LOSWS to reference
Chapter 5. Figure 4-9 is a typical show of Loop 24-hour menu and to refer Table 4-9 Loop
24-hour Loop Parameter Definition.

Main->Status->Performance Status->Loop 24-hour

Page:01/01 -------- Loop1 ------- -------- Loop2 -------


Time ES SES UAS LOSWS ES SES UAS LOSWS
-------------------- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----
04/04/2007 10:39-Now 0 0 16274 0 0 0 16274 0
03/04/2007 10:39 ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----
02/04/2007 10:39 ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----
01/04/2007 10:39 ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----
31/03/2007 10:39 ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----
30/03/2007 10:39 ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----
29/03/2007 10:39 ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----
28/03/2007 10:39 ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----
27/03/2007 10:39 ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----

<Left>PageUp <Right>PageDown <Home>Head <End>Tail <ESC>Exit

Figure 4-9 typical show of Loop 24-hour

Path:Main->Status->Performance Status->Loop 24-hour


Parameter description
Time Records time interval.
ES Error second of DSL loop
SES Severely error second of DSL loop
UAS Unavailable second of DSL loop
LOSWS The DSL loop occurred loss of DSL frame synchronous
words second

Table 4-9 Loop 24-hour Parameter Definition

4-3-11 E1 15-min (Only shows in E1+Ethernet version)


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Main->Status->Performance Status->E1 15-min

Page:01/07 ----- Local ----- ---- Remote -----


Time ES SES UAS ES SES UAS
-------------------- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----
15:09 ~ 15:11-Now 0 0 114 ----- ----- -----
14:54 ~ 15:09 0 0 900 ----- ----- -----
14:39 ~ 14:54 0 0 900 ----- ----- -----
14:24 ~ 14:39 0 0 900 ----- ----- -----
14:09 ~ 14:24 0 0 900 ----- ----- -----
13:54 ~ 14:09 0 0 900 ----- ----- -----
13:39 ~ 13:54 0 0 900 ----- ----- -----
13:24 ~ 13:39 0 0 900 ----- ----- -----
13:09 ~ 13:24 0 0 899 ----- ----- -----
12:54 ~ 13:09 0 0 900 ----- ----- -----
12:39 ~ 12:54 0 0 900 ----- ----- -----
12:24 ~ 12:39 0 0 900 ----- ----- -----
12:09 ~ 12:24 0 0 900 ----- ----- -----
11:54 ~ 12:09 0 0 900 ----- ----- -----
11:39 ~ 11:54 0 0 900 ----- ----- -----

<Left>PageUp <Right>PageDown <Home>Head <End>Tail <ESC>Exit

Figure 4-10 typical show of E1 15-min

The E1 15 min menu shows the E1 Interface occurred error of second. Every 15 minutes
record into memory automatically. This menu always shows in which are E1+Ethernet
version device. Detail defined of E1 ES/SES/UAS to reference Chapter 5. Figure 4-10 is a
typical show of E1 15-min menu and to refer Table 4-10 E1 15-min Parameter Definition.
Type in <right> and <left> key to toggle total seven pages. Remote means remote DSL
modem E1 interface performance monitor if available.

Path:Main->Status->Performance Status->E1 15 min


Parameter Description
Time Records time interval.
ES Error second of E1 interface
SES Severely error second of E1 interface
UAS Unavailable second of E1 interface

Table 4-10 15-min E1 ES Parameter Definition

4-3-12 E1 24-hour Menu (Only shows in E1+Ethernet version)

The E1 24-hour menu shows the E1 occurred error second. Every 24 hours record into
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memory automatically. Detail defined of E1 ES/SES/UAS to reference Chapter 5. Figure


4-11 is a typical show of E1 24-hour menu and to refer Table 4-11 E1 24-hour Parameter
Definition. Type in <right> and <left> key to toggle total seven pages. Remote means
remote DSL modem E1 interface performance monitor if available.

Main->Status->Performance Status->E1 24-hour

Page:01/01 ----- Local ----- ---- Remote -----


Time ES SES UAS ES SES UAS
-------------------- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----
04/04/2007 10:39-Now 0 0 16331 ----- ----- -----
03/04/2007 10:39 ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----
02/04/2007 10:39 ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----
01/04/2007 10:39 ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----
31/03/2007 10:39 ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----
30/03/2007 10:39 ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----
29/03/2007 10:39 ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----
28/03/2007 10:39 ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----
27/03/2007 10:39 ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----

<Left>PageUp <Right>PageDown <Home>Head <End>Tail <ESC>Exit

Figure 4-11 typical show of E1 24-hour

Path:Main->Status->Performance Status->E1 24-hour


Parameter Description
Time Records time interval.
ES Error second of E1 interface
SES Severely error second of E1 interface
UAS Unavailable second of E1 interface

Table 4-11 E1 24-hour Parameter Definition

4-3-13 Alarm Status Menu

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Main->Status->Alarm Status

1.Clear Alarm Log


2.Manipulate Alarm Log
3.Current Alarm...

Tail Of Log
No. Date Time Level Message Status
--- ----------- -------- ------- -------------------------------- -------
199 Apr 04 2007 15:09:41 Notice Loop2 15-min UAS Threshold Release
198 Apr 04 2007 15:09:41 Notice E1/T1 UAS 15-min Threshold Release
197 Apr 04 2007 15:09:41 Notice Loop1 15-min UAS Threshold Release
196 Apr 04 2007 15:08:01 Warning Loop2 15-min UAS Threshold Raise
195 Apr 04 2007 15:08:01 Notice Loop2 15-min UAS Threshold Release
194 Apr 04 2007 15:06:01 Warning Loop2 15-min UAS Threshold Raise
193 Apr 04 2007 15:06:00 Notice Loop2 15-min UAS Threshold Release
192 Apr 04 2007 15:04:01 Warning Loop2 15-min UAS Threshold Raise
More(Down)...

Figure 4-12 typical show of Alarm Menu

The alarm menu shows DSL loop, E1 occurred alarm. WireSapn 3000 units will Records into
memory automatically. Detail defined of alarm type/event to reference Chapter 5. Figure
4-12 is a typical show of alarm menu and to refer Table 4-12 Alarm Parameter Definition.
Every row alarm event will include managed object, alarm type, alarm severity, day and
time of occurrence.

Path :Main->Status->Alarm Status

Parameter Description
Clear Alarm Log To Clear all history
Manipulate Alarm Log To scroll UP or DOWN the alarm list
table on screen by use <↑> , <↓>,
<Page Up> or <Page Down> keys.
Current Alarm Down into sub menu to find current
occurring alarm list

Table 4-12 Alarm Parameter Definition.

4-3-14 Current Alarm Status Menu

The current alarm menu shows occurring alarm list. Detail defined of alarm type/event to
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reference Chapter 5. Figure 4-13 is a typical show of current alarm menu. To use <right>
and <left> to toggle total three pages. “Remote” means remote DSL modem current
occurring alarm if available. “Raise” is identified alarm occurring. The screen menu would
be flashed if alarm happened or disappeared.

Main->Status->Alarm Status->Current Alarm

Page:01/03
Alarm Type Local Remote
----------------------------- ------ ------
Loop1 LOSW Raise N/A
Loop1 Attenuation Threshold N/A
Loop1 SNR Threshold N/A
Loop1 15-min ES Threshold N/A
Loop1 15-min SES Threshold N/A
Loop1 15-min UAS Threshold Raise N/A
Loop1 15-min LOSWS Threshold N/A
Loop1 24-hour ES Threshold N/A
Loop1 24-hour SES Threshold N/A
Loop1 24-hour UAS Threshold N/A
Loop1 24-hour LOSWS Threshold N/A
E1 LOS Raise N/A
E1 AIS N/A
E1 LOF N/A
E1 YEL/RAI N/A

<Left>PageUp <Right>PageDown <Home>Head <End>Tail <ESC>Exit

Figure 4-13 A typical show of Current Alarm Menu

4-3-15 System Information Menu

Main->Status->System Information

System Clock:Jan 06 2006 12:54:35


System Up Time:0 Day 01:17:21
Boot loader Version:BL1.00 Build 0001 Date:Jan 06 2006 11:37:52
Application Version:GB1.00 Build 0001 Date:Jan 06 2006 11:37:14
Profile Version:WS3000_2TYPE_SA_P0.01
DSP Code Version:R3.0.5
PLD Code Version:A1

Figure 4-14 typical show of System Information Menu

The system information menu shows WireSpan 3000 device hardware / firmware version.
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Figure 4-14 is a typical show of system information menu and to refer Table 4-14 System
Information Parameter Definition.

Path :Main->Status->System Information

Parameter Description
System Clock Real world timer.
System Up time Time of Power on up to now
Application Version System operation function firmware version

Table 4-14 System Information Parameter Definition.

4-3-16 Configuration Menu

Main->Configuration

1.System Config...
2.DSL Config...
3.V.35 Config...
4.E1/T1 Config...
5.Ethernet Config...
6.Miscellaneous Config...
7.Activate New Config

Figure 4-15 typical show of Configuration Menu

The Configuration menu contain all setting about DSL & User interface Figure 4-15 is a
typical show of configuration menu and to refer Table 4-15 Configuration Parameter
Definition.

Path: Main->Configuration
ITEM Description
System Config Down into next sub-menu with system setting for this
device
DSL Config Down into next sub-menu with DSL link setting

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V.35 Config Down into next sub-menu with V.35 interface setting.
The option shows in V.35 version only.
E1 Config Down into next sub-menu with E1 interface setting. The
item shows in E1+Ethernet version only.
Ethernet Down into next sub-menu with Ethernet interface
Config setting.
Miscellaneous Down into next menu to auxiliary setting for this device.
Config
Activate New Enable and reload new setting into the system. Only
Config shows when any configurable option is changed.

Table 4-15 Configuration Parameter Definition.

4-3-17 System Config Menu

The System Configure menu contain basic and important settings about this device Figure
4-16 is a typical show of system config menu and to refer Table 4-16 System Config
Parameter Definition.

Main->Configuration->System

1.[Interface Type]:E1
2.[Clock Source]:Loop
3.Set Clock(MM/DD/YYYY hh:mm:ss):

5.[Data Rate]:1984K(31N)
6.[Manual Config]:Disable

TimeSlot Map:

TS00 TS01 TS02 TS03 TS04 TS05 TS06 TS07


F * * * * * * *
TS08 TS09 TS10 TS11 TS12 TS13 TS14 TS15
* * * * * * * *
TS16 TS17 TS18 TS19 TS20 TS21 TS22 TS23
* * * * * * * *
TS24 TS25 TS26 TS27 TS28 TS29 TS30 TS31
* * * * * * * *
Left/Right/Up/Down=Move,Space=Alter,Enter=Ok,ESC=Cancel,'A'=Set All,'C'=Clr All

Figure 4-16 A typical show of System Config Menu

Path:Main->Configuration->System
ITEM Description Factory Comment
default
[Interface Type] Determines that user Followed Warnning:The

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interface application different system would be


type. Selectable options: product reboot if changes
1. E1:user interface type. this setting.
setting into E1 mode
2. V.35:user interface Note:Option
setting into V.35 DCE 1&2 are only
mode for different
3. Ethernet:user type WS3000.
interface setting into Please contract
LAN mode your local sales
for advance
information.
[Clock Source] Determines that system Default is ※ DTE External
clocking mode. Loop clock is only
Selectable options: selectable
1. Internal Clock: when V.35
Followed the internal interface
free-running clock available.
source .
2. TIE Clock:Followed
E1 receive input
signal.
3. E1 clock:Works as
transparent mode.
4. Loop:Followed from
DSL loop timing.
5. DTE External:
Followed from V.35
DTE XTC signal
timing.
Set Setting system time. Note:This
Clock(MM/DD/YYYY setting would
hh:mm:ss) be calibrated
with STU-C by
automatically
[Data Rate] Determines that system
payload rate. In E1
mode, the rate is total
used timeslot count.
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[Manual Config] In STU-R mode, user can Disable Note:In follow


disable “AUTO” mode STU-C mode,
(System will be follow user need only
STU-C data rate and to setting
Timeslot mapping to STU-R ,
become manual control. interface type.
When remote device isn’t
WS3000 series, this
option must be enabled.
TimeSlot Map Determines that E1 All timeslot ※Shows only
timeslot mapping. in use. when E1
Selectable option: interface used.
1. Empty:Non-used or
map to V.35 port(In ※ User can
E1+V.35 multi-service type “A” to
mode) select all
2. F:Framing timeslot. timeslot or type
System mask in “C” to
followed framing un-select all
setting timeslot at a
automatically. time.
3. *:User asserted

Table 4-16 System Config Parameter Definition

4-3-18 DSL Setup

The DSL Setup menu contains all setting about DSL loop. Figure 4-17 is a typical show of
DSL Setup Configuration menu and to refer Table 4-17 DSL Setup Parameter Definition.

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Main->Configuration->DSL

2.[Loop 1 Operation Mode]:STU-R


3.[Loop 1 Annex]:Annex A Symm
4.[Loop 1 Tx Level Adjustment]:0 dB
5.[Loop 1 Power BackOff Enable]:Yes

10.Loop Attenuation Threshold (dB)>>30.00


11.SNR Target Threshold (dB)>>26.00

Figure 4-17 typical show of DSL Setup Configuration Menu

Path:Main->Configuration->DSL Config
ITEM Description Factory Comment
default
[Loop 1 Operation The System operation STU-R for
Mode] in CO or CPE role standalone;
STU-C for
Rack
mount
card.
[Annex ] The DSL line to follow Annex A/B
ITU-T G.991.2 Annex Symm
A or Annex B
1. Annex A
Symm:Annex A and
Symmetric PSD.
2. Annex B
Symm:Annex B and
Symmetric PSD.
3. Annex A/B
Symm: Symmetric
PSD with deteced
Annex automatically.
4. Annex A
Asymm:Annex A
and Asymmetric
PSD.
5. Annex B
Asymm:Annex B
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and Asymmetric
PSD.
6. Annex A/B
Asymm:
Asymmetric PSD
with deteced Annex
automatically.
[Tx Level To amplify or to 0 dB Note:The
Adjustment] attenuate transmit annex A
power. The range transmit
from -13 dB to +2 dB. power default
is 13.5 dBm.
Annex B is
14.1 dBm
Loop Attenuation Level for generates 30dB
Threshold (dB) alarm message With
loop distance
attenuation.
SNR Target Level for generates 26 dB
Threshold (dB) alarm message
threshold. With
Signals versus noises
rate.
[EOC Auto To deConsolee if ON Warning:
Recovery] remote EOC User must set
commutation is fail to Off if
then system execute remote
DSL Re-link to alive to modem isn’t
EOC channel. ATRIE series
product

Table 4-17 DSL Setup Configuration Parameter Definition.

4-3-19 V.35 Setup Menu (Only shows in V.35+Ethernet Version)

The V.35 Setup menu contains all setting about V.35 Interface. This menu only shows in
V.35 version device. Figure 4-18 is a typical show of V.35 Setup menu and to refer Table
4-18 V.35 Setup Parameter Definition.

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Main->Configuration->V.35 Setup

1.[DTR Option]:Ignore
2.[DSR Option]:Always On
3.[RTS Option]:Ignore
4.[CTS Option]:Always On
5.[DCD Option]:Always On
6.[TxD Polarity]:Normal
7.[TxC Polarity]:Normal
8.[RxD Polarity]:Normal
9.[RxC Polarity]:Normal
10.[PIN LLB REQ.]:Disable
11.[PIN RLB REQ]:Disable
12.[DSP TxC Polarity]:Normal

Figure 4-18 typical show of V.35 Setup Menu

Path: Main->Configuration->V.35 Config


ITEM Description Factory Comment
default
[DTR Option] The user defined by: Ignore
1. Ignore:Always keep
disabling. V.35 DTR drop
alarm always also
disabled.
2. Always ON:Always
effect.
3. Drop Line When Low:
When DTR signal edge
change from high logic
level to low logic level, the
DSL link will be
disconnect.
[DSR Option] The user defined by: Always
1. Always ON:Always effect. ON
2. Follow carrier:When DSL
loop link up, DSR will be to
turn on.
[RTS Option] The user defined by: Ignore
1. Ignore:Always keep
disabling.
2. Follow ITU-T:Followed
ITU-T rec. to operation.

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[CTS Option] The user defined by: Always


1. Always ON:Always keep ON
enabling.
2. Follow RTS:Turn on if got
from DTE device RTS
signal.
[DCD Option] The user defined by: Always
1. Always ON:Always keep ON
enabling.
2. Follow Carrier:Only
activate when DSL loop is
link-up.
[TxD The user defined by: Normal
Polarity] 1. Normal:The V.35 TxD
data pattern are the same
with from DSL Loop
2. Invert:The V.35 TxD data
pattern is logic inverted
with from DSL loop.
[TxC The user defined by: Normal Note: When
Polarity] 1. Normal:The V.35 TxC the Clock
clock edge are the same source are
with DSL clock signal or setting follow
V.35 XTC signal DTE External
2. Invert:The V.35 TxC clock clock mode,
edge are logic inverted with the TxC clock
DSL clock signal or V.35 edge will
XTC signal. follow XTC
signal edge.
[RxD The user defined by: Normal
Polarity] 1. Normal:The V.35 RxD
data pattern are the same
with from DTE device
2. Invert:The V.35 RxD data
pattern are logic inverted
with from DTE device
[RxC The user defined by: Normal Note: When
Polarity] 1. Normal:The V.35 RxC the Clock
clock edge are the same source are
with DSL clock signal or setting follow
V.35 XTC signal DTE External
2. Invert:The V.35 RxC clock clock mode,
edge are logic inverted with the RxC clock

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DSL clock signal or V.35 edge will


XTC signal follow XTC
signal edge.
[PIN LLB The user defined by: Disable
REQ] 1. Enable: To enable
detected No.141 V.54 local
loopback function.
2. Disable: Always keep to
disable No.141 function.
[PIN RLB The user defined by: Disable
REQ] 1. Enable: To enable
detected No.140 V.54
remote loopback function.
2. Disable: Always keep to
disable No.140 function.
[DSP TxC The user defined by: Normal
Polarity] 1. Normal:The V.35 XTC
input to DSL DSP clock is
the same with from DTE
device.
2. Invert:The V.35 XTC
clock input to DSL DSP is
logic inverted with from
DTE device.

Table 4-18 V.35 Setup Parameter Definition.

4-3-20 E1 Setup Menu (Only shows in E1+Ethernet version)

Main->Configuration->E1

1.[Framing]:Unframed
2.[Line Coding]:AMI
3.[Impedance]:120 OHM
4.[Idle Code]:0xFF

Figure 4-19 typical show of E1 Setup Menu

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The E1 Setup menu contains all setting about E1 Interface. This menu only shows in E1
version device. Figure 4-19 is a typical show of E1 Setup menu and to refer Table 4-19 E1
Setup Parameter Definition.

Path: Main->Configuration->E1 Config


ITEM Description Factory Comment
default
[Framing] To select E1 framer operating PCM31
mode. The user defined by: CCS
1. PCM31 CCS:Only
supported in E1 mode. The
Timeslot 0 always inserted
framing format.
2. PCM31 CCS CRC:Only
supported in E1 mode. The
Timeslot 0 always insert
framing format and CRC
check code.
3. PCM30 CAS:Only
supported in E1 mode. The
Timeslot 0 and 16 always
inserted framing format.
4. PCM30 CAS CRC:Only
supported in E1 mode. The
Timeslot 0 and 16 always
inserted framing format
and CRC check code.
5. Unframed: All Timeslot
will be transparent.
[Line Coding] To select E1 interface coding HDB3
frame structure. The user
defined by:
1. HDB3:Normal used.
2. AMI:For old E1 devices.
[Impedance] To select E1 interface 120 Ohm
Matching impedance. The user
defined by:
1. 120 Ohm:E1 balanced
interface. To reference
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Appendix A hardware
connector defined.
2. 75 Ohm:Only for E1
unbalanced interface. To
reference Appendix A
hardware connector
defined.

[Idle Code] To inserted code pattern into FF


un-used timeslot. User can
select “7F ,“FF” or “Pass” by
self.

Table 4-19 E1 Setup Parameter Definition.

4-3-21 Ethernet Setup Menu

Main->Configuration->Ethernet

1.[Mode]:Auto
2.[MAC Filter]:Enable
3.[TFTP Server]:Disable
4.IP Address>>192.168.5.228
5.Subnet Mask>>255.255.255.0
6.Gateway Address>>192.168.5.1
7.MAC Black List....
8.NMS IP Address>>192.168.5.32
9.Read Community>>public
10.Write Community>>private

11.Trap Community>>trap

Figure 4-20 typical show of Ethernet Setup Menu

The Ethernet Setup menu contains all setting about Ethernet Interface. This menu only
shows in Ethernet version device. Figure 4-20 is a typical show of Ethernet Setup menu and
to refer Table 4-20 Ethernet Setup Parameter Definition.

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Path :Main->Configuration->Ethernet Setup


ITEM Description Factory Comment
default
[Mode] To setup Ethernet interface AUTO
operation mode. The user
selectable by:
1. AUTO : Detect 10M
bps or 100M bps and
full or half duplex by
automatic
2. 100M Full:Fixed rate
at 100M BPS with full
duplex mode
3. 100M Half : Fixed
rate at 100M BPS with
half duplex mode
4. 10M Full:Fixed rate
at 10M BPS with full
duplex mode.
5. 10M Half:Fixed rate
at 10M BPS with half
duplex mode.
[MAC Filter] To enable MAC address Enable
filter function on Ethernet
port
[TFTP To enable TFTP protocol No
Server] for Firmware upgrade
function
IP Address To modify IP address for 192.168.5.105
WS3000 unit. The system
would be reboot if changes
this setting.
Subnet Mask To set mask IP domain 255.255.255.0
Gateway To fill in user gateway IP 192.168.5.1
Address
MAC Black To add or view MAC
list address list
NMS IP To fill in user NMS system
Address IP
Read For SNMP/ATRIE public
Community NMS-view proposed
Write For SNMP/ ATRIE private
Community NMS-view proposed
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Trap For SNMP/ ATRIE trap


Community NMS-view proposed

Table 4-20 Ethernet Setup Parameter Definition.

4-3-22 Miscellaneous Config Menu

The Miscellaneous Configure menu is include all auxiliary functions. Figure 4-21 is a typical
show of Console menu and to refer Table 4-21 Miscellaneous Configure Parameter
Definition.

Main->Configuration->Miscellaneous

2.[Security Auto Lock]:70 Seconds

3.Console Security...

4.DSL 15-min ES Threshold>>450

5.DSL 15-min SES Threshold>>450

6.DSL 15-min UAS Threshold>>450

7.DSL 15-min LOSWS Threshold>>450

8.DSL 24-hour ES Threshold>>43200

9.DSL 24-hour SES Threshold>>43200

10.DSL 24-hour UAS Threshold>>86100

11.DSL 24-hour LOSWS Threshold>>43200

12.E1 15-min ES Threshold>>450

13.E1 15-min SES Threshold>>450

14.E1 15-min UAS Threshold>>450

15.E1 24-hour ES Threshold>>43200

16.E1 24-hour SES Threshold>>43200

17.E1 24-hour UAS Threshold>>86100

Figure 4-21 A typical show of Miscellaneous Config Menu

Path:Main->Configuration->Miscellaneous Config
ITEM Description Factory Comment
default
[Security Auto If password is settled, 70sec
Lock] system will be locked after

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idle for a user setting time.


Console Find detail information in
Security Section 4-3-30.
Xxx Determines value for
15-min/24-hour generate performance
xxx Threshold monitor alarms messages.

Table 4-21 Miscellaneous Config Parameter Definition.

4-3-23 Console Terminal Menu

The Console Security menu is to setup password to avoid safety protection. When setup
this function after first time, user must be key in password after every time system reset or
power-up. To disable this function user can enter <SPACE> key at “New Security Code”
and “Verify Security code”. Figure 4-22 is a typical show of Console menu and to refer
Table 4-22 Console Parameter Definition.

Main->Configuration->Console Security

New Security Code>>

Figure 4-22 typical show of Console Menu

Path :Main->Configuration->Console Security


ITEM Description Factory Comment
default
[New Security Key in new password. None
Code]
[Verify Security Key in password again None
Code]

Table 4-22 Console Parameter Definition.

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4-3-24 Profile Menu

Main->Profile

1.[Load Profile]:User Profile 1

2.[Save Profile]:

3.Reboot System

Interface Type=E1 Ethernet Mode=Auto

DSL Mode=2W E1/T1:

DSL Operation Mode=STU-C Framing=PCM31 CCS

Clock Source=Follow E1 Clock Idle Code=0xFF

Annex=Annex A Symm Line Coding=HDB3

Rate=1984K(31N) Impedance=120 OHM

TS00 TS01 TS02 TS03 TS04 TS05 TS06 TS07

F * * * * * * *

TS08 TS09 TS10 TS11 TS12 TS13 TS14 TS15

* * * * * * * *

TS16 TS17 TS18 TS19 TS20 TS21 TS22 TS23

* * * * * * * *

TS24 TS25 TS26 TS27 TS28 TS29 TS30 TS31

* * * * * * * *

Figure 4-23 typical show of Profile Menu

The Profile menu is increment system management function. User can easy to setup device
via “load profile” option. Also can to store all user setting into NVRAM on board. User also
can to monitor and to control remote site device via “Remote Configuration” option. Figure
4-23 is a typical show of Profile menu and to refer Table 4-23 Profile Parameter Definition.

Path :Main->Configuration->Profile
ITEM Description Comment
[Load Profile] User can to call user
store profile or factory
default setting. Total
user can read from 4
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group factory setting
[Save Profile] Total user can store 4
group setting
Reboot System Soft reboot Remember save your
setting

Table 4-23 Profile Parameter Definition.

4-3-25 Diagnostics Menu

The Diagnostic menu is able to verify or test system or loop performance. Detail description
to reference Chapter 5. Figure 4-24 is a typical show of Diagnostics menu and to refer
Table 4-24 Diagnostics Parameter Definition.

Main->Diagnostic

1.[Test Pattern Enable]:Yes


2.Near End Loopback(NLB)...(E1 only)
3.Local Loopback(LLB)...
4.Remote Loopback(RLB by EOC)...
5.Payload Loopback(PLB by EOC)...
6.Payload Loopback(PLB by V54)..(V.35 only)

8.Data Loopback
9.Local Digital Loopback...
10.Local Analog Loopback….

11.Send Test Pattern..

Figure 4-24 typical show of Diagnostics Menu

Path:Main->Configuration->Diagnostic
ITEM Description Factory Comment
default
[Test pattern When RLB/PLB loopback or No
Enable] Send Test Pattern is running.
User can to generate and to
detect 2047 test pattern from
DSL Loop. User can setting:
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1. Yes:To active 2047 test


pattern generator and to
detect 2047 pattern from
DSL loop. When test pattern
is running, the screen will
show error count values.
2. No:Disables 2047 test
pattern function.

Local To running local loopback. This None


Loopback(LLB) option could be execute in any
time.
Near End To running near-end loopback. None Note:
Loopback(NLB) This option could be execute in Displayed
any time. and
selectable if
E1 interface
available.
Remote To running remote loopback via None
Loopback(RLB DSL EOC channel. Before
by EOC) execute this option, both DSL
loop operation state must be in
“Data” state.
Payload To running remote payload None Note:
Loopback(PLB loopback via DSL EOC channel. Displayed
by EOC) Before execute this option, and
both DSL loop operation state selectable if
must be in “Data” state. E1 interface
available.
Payload To running remote payload None Note:
Loopback(PLB loopback by use ITU-T V.54 Displayed
by V54) pattern. Before execute this and
option, both DSL loop selectable if
operation state must be in V.35
“Data” state. interface
available.
Local Digital To running local DSP loopback. None
Loopback Before execute this option,
both DSL loop operation state
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must be in “Data” state.


Local Analog To running local DSL Analog None
Loopback front-end loopback. After
execute this option, DSL will be
always disconnect.
Send Test Generates and detects 2047 None Note:Shows
Pattern test pattern from DSL Loop. only when
Before execute this option, test Pattern
both DSL loop operation state is “Yes”
must be in “Data” state.

Table 4-24 Diagnostics Parameter Definition

4-3-26 Loopback In Activated Mode Menu

Main->Diagnostic->Remote Loopback(By EOC)

RLB(by EOC) Running...

Error Count:0
BER:0.000E+00
Pattern Sync:Sync
Loopback Time: ):00:00:01

1.Quit Diagnostic Mode


2.Clear Counters
3.Insert Error

Figure 4-25 typical show of Loopback running Menu

When any kind of loopback function is be running. Then will shows “XX XX Loopback
Running”. If user wants to stop loopback process, can to execute “Quit Diagnostic Mode”
command. Figure 4-25 is a typical show of Diagnostics running menu. If test pattern is
used then the screen will be to display bit error count, BER(bit error rate), Pattern detected
satus, and running time informations. In the same time, user can type in <3> to insert 1 bit
error one time to evaluate DSL loop performance.

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4-3-27 Remote Configuration and Monitor

The Wirespan 3000 series devices also provide remote configure and monitor ability.
After DSL link up, user could be type <TAP> key to change between local and remote
device menu.

If screen move into remote console is success, the console will display message like <***
Remote ***> string on cursor row to highlight user. All remote menu and menu structure is
the same local WS3000. Remote configure and monitor function is only available which
remote unit also is the same WireSpan 3000 series products.

After remote configure process finished, user only need to type in <TAP> then will be back
to local console menu. If user change remote device any configuration options, when user
back to local menu the system will be highlight user to confirm new setting on console
menu.

Some option like Ethernet IP and DTE interface type is changed in remote operation. The
remote device will be disconnecting DSL link automatically.

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CHAPTER 5
Diagnostics and Troubleshooting

5-1 General

This chapter describes the WireSpan 3000 diagnostics functions, which include:
  Status indications and alarms - Section 5.2
  Performance diagnostic - Section 5.3
  Diagnostic loops - Section 5.4
  Power-up self-test - Section 5.5
  Section 5.6 provides some tips on troubleshooting

5-2 Status indications and alarms

5-2-1 Front-Panel LED


The statuses of WireSpan 3000 are indicated by the PWR, LOP1, LOP2, DL, LL,
(DL+LL=RL), SYN, ALM for E1, TD, RD for V.35 and 10/ACT, 100/ACT for Ethernet.
For description of LED indicators and their functions, refer to Section 3.2, in Chapter 3.

5-2-2 Alarms
WireSpan 3000 continuously checks if any alarm condition is present and generates a
corresponding alarm message.

WireSpan 3000 maintain an alarm buffer, which can store a minimum of 40 alarms.
(SHCOT: 40 x16 Channels of alarms) Messages displayed on the console terminal have a
similar syntax. Table 5-1 presents in alphabetical order the alarm messages displayed on
the console terminal, and lists the actions required to correct the alarm condition.

SHDSL Interface Alarm description

Loop1 LOSW
Detect SHDSL Loop 1/2 disconnect
Loop2 LOSW
Loop1 Attenuation Threshold Loop1/2 Attenuation Threshold
Loop2 Attenuation Threshold
Loop1 SNR Threshold Loop1/2 SNR Threshold
Loop2 SNR Threshold
Loop1 15-min ES Threshold Loop1/2 15-min ES Threshold
Loop2 15-min ES Threshold
Loop1 15-min SES Threshold Loop1/2 15-min SES Threshold
Loop2 15-min SES Threshold

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Loop1 15-min UAS Threshold Loop1/2 15-min UAS Threshold


Loop1 15-min UAS Threshold
Loop1 15-min LOSWS Threshold Loop1/2 15-min LOSWS Threshold
Loop2 15-min LOSWS Threshold
Loop1 24-hour ES Threshold Loop1/2 24-hour ES Threshold
Loop2 24-hour ES Threshold
Loop1 24-hour SES Threshold Loop1/2 24-hour SES Threshold
Loop2 24-hour SES Threshold
Loop1 24-hour UAS Threshold Loop1/2 24-hour UAS Threshold
Loop2 24-hour UAS Threshold
Loop1 24-hour LOSWS Threshold Loop1/2 24-hour LOSWS Threshold
Loop2 24-hour LOSWS Threshold

Note: Loop2 alarm is defintion for WireSpan 5100 (Wirespan 3000 loop1 only)

E1 Interface Alarm description

E1/T1 LOS Loss of Signal

E1/T1 AIS Alarm Indication Signal

E1/T1 LOF Loss of Frame

E1/T1 YEL/RAI Remote Alarm Indication

E1/T1 ES 15-min Threshold E1/T1 ES 15-min Threshold

E1/T1 SES 15-min Threshold E1/T1 SES 15-min Threshold

E1/T1 UAS 15-min Threshold E1/T1 UAS 15-min Threshold

E1/T1 ES 24-hour Threshold E1/T1 ES 24-hour Threshold

E1/T1 SES 24-hour Threshold E1/T1 SES 24-hour Threshold

E1/T1 UAS 24-hour Threshold E1/T1 UAS 24-hour Threshold

Note: E1/T1 is the same defintion with WireSpan 5100 (Wirespan 3000 E1 only)

V.35 DTE Alarm description

V.35 DTR Drop DTE link down or not offer DTR signal

Ethernet Alarm description

Ethernet Link Down Ethernet link down

Table 5-1 WireSpan 3000 Console/Telnet Alarms Message

5-3 Performance Diagnostics Data

5-3-1 General
WireSpan 3000 has two capabilities for collection of performance statistics: E1 and DSL
performance monitoring capability. The performance parameters are settable. When the
Wirespan 3000 recognizes a threshold crossing for a given parameter, a threshold crossing
notification will be generated and reported to Console and SNMP agent/ATRIE NMS-View.

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All stored performance data is accessible and cleared from Console and SNMP agent/ATRIE
NMS-View.

5-3-2 E1 Performance Monitoring


This section first describes the principles and parameters of the E1 and DSL performance
monitoring for information on displaying the performance data from the console terminal,
see Chapter 5. This function only shows in E1+Ethernet version devices.

z  Error seconds ( E1 ES)


An error second is any second containing one or more CRC error events or one or
more controlled slip event. The data is collected for the current 15-minute
interval.

z  Severely error seconds ( E1 SES)


A SES is a second with 832 or more CRC error events, or one or more LOF events.
The data is collected for the current 15-minute interval.

z  Unavailable seconds ( E1 UAS)


An unavailable second is any second in which a failed signal state exists. A failed
signal state is declared when 10 consecutive severely error seconds (SES) occur,
and is cleared after 10 consecutive seconds of data are processed without SES.

WireSpan 3000 also provides support for long-term statistics gathered over the long-term
interval (96 15-minute intervals, i.e., a total of 24 hours) for the E1 port. The additional
parameters included in this class are:

z  Long-term error seconds (24-hour E1 ES)


The total counts of ES in the 24 hours interval.

z  Long-term severely error seconds (24-hour E1 SES)


The total counts of SES in the 24 hours interval.

z  Long-term fail seconds (24-hour E1 UAS)


The total counts of UAS in the 24 hour interval.

5-3-3 Summary of E1 Performance Monitoring


Table 5-2 gives a summary of the performance diagnostics data displayed under the
header PERFORMANCE STATUS on the WireSpan 3000 console terminal.

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Display Description Range


15-min E1 ES The number of ES measured during the every 0 - 900
15-minute interval.
15-min E1 SES The number of SES measured during the every 0 - 900
15-minute interval.
15-min E1 UAS The number of UAS measured during the every 0 - 900
15-minute interval.
24-hour E1 ES Number of ES measured during every 24-hour 0 – 86400
interval.
24-hour E1 SES Number of SES measured during every 24-hour 0 – 86400
interval.
24-hour E1 UAS Number of UAS measured during every 24-hour 0 - 86400
interval.

Table 5-2 Summary of E1 Performance Monitoring

5-3-4 DSL Performance Monitoring


This section describes the performance evaluation and monitoring functions provided by
WireSpan 3000 with respect to the DSL transmission performance on loop.

The DSL performance monitoring parameters are listed below:

  Error seconds (Loop ES)


An error second is defined as a count of 1-second interval during which one or more
CRC anomalies are declared and/or one or more LOSW defects are declared. This
parameter is subject to inhibiting during UAS. Inhibiting shall be retroactive to the
onset of unavailable time and shall end retroactively to the end of unavailable time.
This parameter always followed ITU-T G.991.2 Section 9.3.2.

  Severely error second (Loop SES)


A severely error second is defined as a count of 1-second intervals during which at
least 50 CRC anomalies are declared or one or more LOSW defects are declared. (50
CRC anomalies during a 1-second interval is equivalent to a 30% error frame rate for
a nominal frame length). This parameter is subject to inhibiting during UAS.
Inhibiting shall be retroactive to the onset of unavailable time and shall end
retroactively to the end of unavailable time. This parameter always followed ITU-T
G.991.2 Section 9.3.3

  Unavailable second (Loop UAS).


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Unavailable second is a count of 1-second intervals for which the DSL line is
unavailable. The DSL line becomes unavailable at the onset of 10 contiguous SESs.
Once unavailable, the DSL line becomes available at the onset of 10 contiguous with
no SESs. . This parameter always followed ITU-T G.991.2 Section 9.3.5

  LOSWS (Loop LOSW).


The parameter LOSW second is defined as a count of 1-second intervals during
which one or more DSL LOSW defects are declared. This parameter always followed
ITU-T G.991.2 Section 9.3.4.

The same parameters are also available over 24-hour interval (long-term statistics).

5-3-5 Summary of DSL Performance Monitoring


Table 5-3 gives a summary of the performance diagnostics data displayed under the
header PERFORMANCE STATUS on the WireSpan 3000 console terminal.

Display Description Range


15-min Loop ES The number of ES measured during the every 15-minute 0 - 900
interval.
15-min Loop SES The number of SES measured during the every 0 - 900
15-minute interval.
15-min Loop UAS The number of UAS measured during the every 0 - 900
15-minute interval.
15-min Loop The number of LOWS measured during the every 0 - 900
LOSW 15-minute interval.
24-hour Loop ES Number of ES measured during every 24-hour interval. 0 – 86400
24-hour Loop SES Number of SES measured during every 24-hour interval. 0 – 86400
24-hour Loop Number of UAS measured during every 24-hour interval. 0 - 86400
UAS
24-hour Loop Number of LOSWS measured during every 24-hour 0 - 86400
LOSWS interval.

Table 5-3 Summary of DSL Performance Monitoring

5-4 Diagnostic Tests

5-4-1 Diagnostic Loopback

The user-controlled test functions of Wirespan 3000 series consist of the following
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diagnostic loopback tests:

Console Terminal/ Supported


Loopback Description
Telnet Command Interface
Test pattern testing on DSL Test Pattern Enable E1/V.35
Loop
Local loopback on the user Near End Loopback E1
interface
Local Loopback E1/V.35
Local loopback on DSL line
(LLB)
Remote loopback on DSL line of Remote loopback E1/V.35
remote unit (RLB by EOC)
Remote loopback on user Payload loopback E1
interface of remote unit (PLB by EOC)
Remote loopback on user Payload loopback V.35
interface of remote unit by use (PLB by V54)
V.54 pattern
Local Digital E1/V.35
Local loopback on DSL Framer
loopback (LDL)
Remote loopback on DSL line of Data Loopback E1/V.35
local unit (DLB)
V.54 140/141 DTE require None V.35
RLB/LLB

You can access these loopback from the “Main->Diagnostics” Menu. The following
paragraphs describe the loopback, identified by their designation displayed on the Console
terminal Command. LLB/DLB and RLB also can executed via push buttons at rear panel.

5-4-2 Near End Loopback (NLB)


When activated, the local user port loopback returns the signal received from the user port.

The near end loopback is formed by connecting the transmit signal, provided by the user
port interface. During the loopback, the local Wirespan 3000 series device continues
sending the data to the DSL link if loop is up. The test signal is provided by the DTE path of
the user interface, which must receive its own transmission without error while the
loopback is activated. The user interface must be E1.

This test is generally used to check the connections between the DTE and Wirespan3000
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Figure 5-1 Near End Loopback


5-4-3 Local Loopback (LLB)
When activated, the local DSL loopback returns the signal received from the DTE, after
pass through the user port interface and the DSL Framer and DSL DSP unit of the WireSpan
3000.
The local DSL loopback is formed by connecting the analog DSL transmit signal provided by
the DSL AFE circuits to the input of the DSL AFE receive path, thereby replacing the signals
received by the DSL line interfaces. The test signal is provided by DTE connected to the
user port interface, which must receive its own transmission without errors while the
loopback is activated. The DSL loop will be disconnection automatic, if DSL loop is link-up.

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Figure 5-2 shows a typical local loopback.

This loopback can check the operation of the local Wirespan 3000 series device (without
the DSL line interface) and connections to the local DTE. The user interface maybe is E1 or
V.35.
Notes While this loop is active, WireSpan 3000 series device would be to lose DSL
synchronization.

5-4-4 Remote loopback (RLB by EOC)


When the remote loopback is activated, the DSL framer of the remote appliance returns the
received data signal toward the DTE connected to the user port interface of the local
WireSpan 3000 series device.

The remote loopback is performed by internally connecting the DSL framer receive signal to
the input of the DSL AFE transmit path.

This test fully checks the data link, including the cables connecting the two units to the DSL
loop, the transmit path connecting the two unit, and the cable connecting the DTE to the
local WireSpan 3000 series device.

Figure 5-3 shows a typical Remote loopback by EOC

Note This loop is available only for DSL loop as activated, and both devices DSL
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operation state is in “Data mode”.


5-4-5 Payload loopback (PLB by EOC)
When the payload loopback is activated, the data channel interface of the remote unit
returns the received data signal toward the DTE connected to the user port interface of the
local WireSpan 3000 series device.

The payload loopback is performed by internally connecting the user port interface receive
signal to the input of transmit path of remote unit. The received data signal remains
connected to the remote user’s DTE. The test signal is provided by the local user’s DTE,
which must receive its own transmission without errors while the loopback is activated.

Figure 5-4 shows a typical Payload loopback by EOC

This test fully checks the data link, including the cables connecting the two units to the DSL
loop, the transmit path connecting the two units, and the cable connecting the DTE to the
user port interface of the local WireSpan 3000 series device.

Note This loop is available only for DSL loop as activated, and both devices DSL
operation state is in data mode.

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5-4-6 Payload loopback (PLB by V.54)


This loopback is valid only for WireSpan 3000 V.35 version device at both end to end points.
When the V.54 loopback is activated, the data channel interface of the remote unit returns
the received data signal toward the DTE connected to the V.35 port interface of the local
WireSpan 3000 series device.

The V.35 loopback is performed by internally connecting the V.35 port interface receive
signal to the input of transmit path of remote unit. The received data signal remains
connected to the remote user’s DTE. The test signal is provided by the local user’s DTE,
which must receive its own transmission without errors while the loopback is activated.

Figure 5-5 shows a typical Remote loopback by V.54

This test fully checks the data link, including the cables connecting the two units to the DSL
loop, the transmit path connecting the two units, and the cable connecting the DTE to the
V.35 port interface of the local WireSpan 3000 V.35 version device.

Note This loop is available only for DSL loop as activated, and both devices DSL
operation state is in data mode.

Note The remote loopback by V.54 is meeting ITU-T V.54 standard. But not included
address phase state.

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5-4-7 LAL LOCAL ANALOG LOOPBACK (LAL)

Figure 5-6 shows a typical Local Analog Loopack

The local DSL analog loopback is formed by connecting the analog DSL transmit signal
provided by the DSL framer circuits to the input of the DSL framer receive path, thereby
replacing the signals received by the DSL line interfaces. The test signal is provided by DTE
connected to the user port interface, which must receive its own transmission without
errors while the loopback is activated. The DSL loop will be disconnection automatic, if DSL
loop is link-up.

This loopback can check the operation of the local Wirespan 3000 series device (without
the DSL line interface) and connections to the local DTE. The user interface maybe is E1 or
V.35, None suggest used in Ethernet interface. Almost this function is for factory testing
only.

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5-4-8 DATA LOOPBACK (DLB)

Figure 5-7 shows a typical l Data Loopack

This test fully checks the data link (including the cables connecting the two units to the DSL
loop), the transmit path connecting the two units, and the cable connecting the DTE to the
remote unit. This function usually used for factory testing purpose.

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5-4-9 LDL LOCAL DIGITAL LOOPBACK (LDL)


When the core loopback is activated on the local WireSpan 3000 series device, the DSL DSP
of local WireSpan 3000 series device returns the received data signal toward the DTE
connected to user’s port of the remote WireSpan 3000 series device.

Figure 5-8 shows a typical lLocal Digital Loopack

This test fully checks the data link (including the cables connecting the two units to the DSL
loop), the transmit path connecting the two units, and the cable connecting the DTE to the
remote unit.

5-4-10 Test Pattern


This testing function can be applies to RLB and PLB loopback function. When activated, the
console terminal will show error count. This testing also can execute (Send Test Pattern)
like BERT without any loopback.

This testing purpose is to check the DSL loops performance via BER testing.

5-4-11 Operating Loopbacks


Before starting the execution of a test, note that you should activate only one loopback at a
time. To activate or deactivate a specific test, use “Main->Diagnostics” menu option to
execute. If after execute any one of loopback, then the LL/DL LED still is OFF state. And
console terminal is shown in “Diagnostics” menu screen. It’s present user‘s configuration is
fail. User can try again or to check DSL framer operation state for some loopback needed.
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5-5 Power-Up Self-Test


WireSpan 3000 series device performs a power-up self-test upon turn-on. The self-test
sequence, tests the critical circuit functions and the display.

In case of failure, WireSpan 3000 series device display an appropriate message in the same
row on console terminal.

5-6 Troubleshooting
In case a problem occurs, check the displayed alarm messages and to perform the actions
listed under “Corrective Measures” in the order given in the table, until the problem is
corrected.

Trouble Symptoms Probable Cause Corrective Measures


Check that both ends of
power cable are properly
connected.

No power
If devices are Rack mount
WireSpan 3000 series
version or powered from DC,
device is “dead”. ( All the
1 check the polarity of the
indicators, including PWR,
power connections.
are off)
Defective AC Check the fuse on AC jack
power connector of rear panel.
Defective
Replace the WireSpan 3000
WireSppan 3000
series device.
series device

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External problem Check remote device is


operating.
Check for proper connection
of the loop connecting
between the local and
remote units.
Check the loop resistance or
distance of the pair and
make sure the value does
not exceed the design
2 The LOP LED indicator OFF values. You may also use a
transmission measurement
set to check that loop
attenuation is within the
allowed limits.

Perform a power-up self-test


Defective
and replace the WireSpan
WireSpan 3000
3000 series device if it fails
series device
the test.
3 ALM LED Indicator Light when local device
alarms, in are showed in the
current alarm menu.
Activate the local user;s port
loopback. If the local DTE
does not receive its own
Cable problem transmission, check the
cable connecting it to the
The V.35 DTE connected to
WireSpan 3000 series device
4 the user port interface does
DTE connector.
not receive data
Defective DTE Check the DTE
Perform a power-up self-test
Defective
and replace the WireSpan
WireSpan 3000
3000 series device if fails the
series device
test.

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Appendix A
Interface Specifications

A.1 Control port

The WireSpan 3000 units a standard RS-232 (V.24) interface. The physical interface is a
9-pin female connector or a RJ-45 female connector, designated CID and wired in
accordance with Table A-.

Table A-1, also lists the connections to the RS-232 interface of a control terminal (the
terminal is assumed to have 25-pin connector).

Pin of the Line Note Pin of Control


D-Sub9 Terminal
Connector Connector
1 None None 8
2 Receive From DCE 3
Data(RD)
3 Transmit To DCE 2
Data(TD)
4 None None 20
5 Signal Common reference 7
Ground(SG) and DC power
supply ground
6 None None 6
7 Request to To DCE 4
Send (RTS)
8 Clear to Send From DCE 5
(CTS)
9 None None -

Table A-1, Control Port Interface Signals

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A.2 V.35 Interface

V.35

Table A-2, V.35 M34 Connector, Pin Allocation

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A.3-1 E1 Balanced Port connector

E1
RJ-45

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
E1 Mode
Receive Receive Not Transmit Transmit Not Not Not
Data(tip) Data(ring) Connected Data(tip) Data(ring) Connected Connected Connected

Table A-3-1.E1 LINK RJ-45 Connector, Pin Allocation

A.3-2 E1 Unbalanced Coaxial connector

The E1 port unbalanced interface is terminated in two BNC connectors, designated TX


(Output) and RX (Input).

A.3-3 Ethernet Balanced Port connector

LAN
RJ-45

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
10/100 Base T (PC) Mode
Receive Receive Transmit Not Not Transmit Not Not
Data + Data - Data + Connected Connected Data - Connected Connected

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Table A-3-2, Ethernet LINK RJ-45 Connector, Pin Allocation

A.4 DSL Interface

The DSL loop are terminated in eight-pin RJ-45 connector, Min-terminal block, or four
Wire-wrap pins, designated DSL.

_____DSL_____
RJ-45

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Loop2 Loop2 Not Loop1 Loop1 Not Not Not
(tip) for (ring) for Connected (tip) (ring) Connected Connected Connected
4-wire 4-wire
version only version only
Note The Tip pin also is sealing current voltage positive electrode, the Ring pin always reference
ground.

Table A-4, DSL RJ-45 Connector, Pin Allocation

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Appendix B
Firmware Upgrade Procedure

B.1 General

WireSpan 3000 units have built-in a Flash Memory. For keep maintains needed, user can
follow this section to upgrade your WireSpan 3000 units. The information presented in this
appendix includes:

Prepare to upgrade - Section B.2


Starting a upgrade procedure by control terminal- Section B.3

B.2 Requirement of Firmware upgrade

Before user to execute the firmware upgrade procedure, must be go to download all
needed files from ATRIE WEB site. We will keep maintenance advance feature of WireSpan
3000 series units or to fix known bug. Any new releases firmware version is update on our
WEB site. User can to visit our WEB site:

http://www.atrie.com.tw

Or contact our techniques people by Telephone or FAX.

User must be having below table B.1 files. Then just can to execute a firmware upgrade
procedure.

Table C.1

File Name Format Description


Type
CL.BIN Binary code For communication needed between Control Terminal and
WireSpan 3000 series units
Packcode.zip ZIP format Operation function code
all.bin Binary code Operation function code and boot loader

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Before user executes a firmware upgrade procedure, must to make sure the control
terminal and CID port of WireSpan 3000 series is configurable.

Note This firmware upgrade procedure only compliant with WireSpan 3000 series units.
Non-supported on CM card of Rack04. The Rack04 upgrade please to contact our
techniques people.

B.3 Procedure for upgrade

Users can follow the step as below to upgrade the units:

B.3.1 Used Console to upgrade firmware ( without CM )

1. In root menu of console to type in “Atrie29995155” font string. The first letter
“A” is capital.
2. User will to find the command line. In command line type in “load”.
3. Use the “X-modem” protocol to transfer “cl.bin” file download to the unit.
4. After cl.bin download is success, The screen will display 5 item for user select.
5. To select “update device” item, then the system is waiting for your packcode.zip
or type in * the system is waiting for your all.bin.
6. Finally user to download the packcode.zip or all.bin to the unit. The screen will be
display 5 item for user select.
7. To type in <R> in capital letter. The system will to reboot automatically.
8. After reboot success, the new firmware is executed.

B.3.2 Used Ethernet port to upgrade firmware

Please use TFTP to update your machines.


1. Setup IP address of each machine. Beware of not to conflict to other device.
2. Connect Ethernet jack to LAN.
3. Under Windows command prompt, enter command:
ping 192.168.5.109
Where, 192.168.5.109 is just an example. Please replace it with the ip in user
machine. This step is only for testing purpose to confirm Ethernet is functional. If
you cannot get response from your machine, please check Ethernet and LAN
again.
4. To enable TFTP server function in Wirespan 3000 configuration->Ethernet menu.
5. If machine does response to ping, enter next command:
tftp -i 192.168.5.109 put packcode.bin
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or tftp -i 192.168.5.109 put all.bin

Again, 192.168.5.109 is just an example. Please replace it with ip setting in your


machine.

If it is functional, you can see update procedure running on your console screen.
If not, please check if your machine ip is conflict to other device.

B.3.3 Used Ethernet port to upgrade remote WireSpan 3000 firmware

Please use TFTP to update your remote machines.


1. Setup IP address of local machine.
2. Connect Ethernet jack to LAN of local device.
3. Please to make sure devices are link-up in both sites.
3. Under Windows command prompt, enter command:

ping 192.168.5.109

Where, 192.168.5.109 is just an example. Please replace it with the ip in user


local machine. This step is only for testing purpose to confirm Ethernet is
functional. If you cannot get response from your local machine, please check
Ethernet and LAN again.
4. To enable TFTP server function in Wirespan 3000 configuration->Ethernet menu.
5. Make sure or rename firmware upgrade file name must be follow as below rule:

Example r gb pkcod .zip


l : Upgrade gl/tl: For WireSpan 5100 pkcod: ZIP
Local device th: For WireSpan 5150 packcode.zip file compress
r: Upgrade ws: For WireSpan 5100RM format format
rgbpkcod.zip
remote device wg: For WS5100RM4E all: all.bin file
gb: For WireSpan 3000 format

6. If machine does response to ping, enter next command:

tftp -i 192.168.5.109 put rgbpkcod.zip (example in this case)

Again, 192.168.5.109 is just an example. Please replace it with ip setting in your


local machine.
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If it is functional, you can see update procedure running on your console screen.
If not, please check if your machine ip is conflict to other device.
7. Both site devices DL/LL should be blink during remote upgrade process running.
Total remote upgrade process will take about 30 minutes
8. After remote modem receive upgrade file from local site completed (User can
checked upgrade status from console/Telnet screen, user need to reboot remote
modem (User could execute reboot command from local device) to affect new
firmware on remote modem.

WARNING!!! DO NOT STOP LAN INTERFACE, NOR CUT OFF POWER AND
DSL LINK BEFORE UPDATE COMPLETE. MACHINE HIGHLY POSSIBLE STOP
WORKING HEREAFTER IF THIS SCENARIO HAPPEN.

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Appendix C
Speed VS. Distance & S/N Ratio

This section is to compare G.SHDSL Loop performance and Signal/Noise ratio relation. Refer
to Table C-1 find user reference distance and acceptable SNR value. User can find the SNR
parameter display on “Loop Status” Menu. This table is only for user reference.

z Test Condition

No White Noise and any crosstalk effected


Base on ITU-T Rec. Annex B Symmetric PSD Mode
SNR value is measured in “Data mode” status.
The SNR value is base on BER < 10E-08

26 AWG ( 0.4mm )

2W Data
Rate 64 192 256 512 768 1024 1536 2048 2304 4608
( Kbps )
Feet 26000 26000 24000 19500 17500 16500 14000 12000 11000- -
S/N R(dB) 29.62 29.62 30.15 27.84 27.58 26.87 26.94 26.92 27.39 -

Table C-1 BER VS. SNR

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Appendix D
DIP SWITCH Definition

This section is to descript DIP Switch pin definition of WireSpan 3000 with DIP SWITCH
version only. The 8-pin switch is located on rear panel of WireSpan 3000(Only DIP SWITCH
version). Refer to Table D-1 find DIP Switch pin assignment and definition.

Function SWITCH
Description/Remark
Definition position
1 2
OFF OFF STU-R follow Loop clock
OFF ON STU-C TIE for E1 port or EXT clock for V.35
Clock mode
interface.
ON OFF STU-C E1 clock
ON ON STU-C Internal clock
3 4 Only affect with E1+LAN type device.
OFF OFF Framed
E1 Framing type OFF ON Framed with CRC
ON OFF Unframed
ON ON Reserved
5 6 7 E1+LAN type device V.35+LAN type device
OFF OFF OFF 1984K 2304K
OFF OFF ON 1536K 2048K
OFF ON OFF 1024K 1984K
OFF ON ON 768K 768K
DSL payload rate ON OFF OFF 512K 512K
ON OFF ON 256K 256K
ON ON OFF 128K 128K
ON ON ON 64K 64K
DSL rate would be fixed at 2048K wh
en framing type is Unframed
8 Only be affected when system boot or power on.
Configure mode OFF Load user profile from NV-RAM when system boot.
ON Identify switch assigned when system boot.

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