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Intended Audience
This document describes how to commission and verify the basic functions of the UA5000 from the aspects of hardware, software, interconnection, and maintenance and management. This ensures that the device runs stably and reliably on the network. This document also provides the flow and method of commissioning the UA5000. This document is intended for: The installation and commissioning engineers

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Compared with issue 02 (2011-03-25) of V100R019C01, V100R019C02 has the following changes: Deleted: Configuring the Environment Monitoring Through the ESCM.

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Contents
About This Document.....................................................................................................................ii 1 Commissioning Description.......................................................................................................1
1.1 Definition............................................................................................................................................................2 1.2 Commissioning Flow..........................................................................................................................................2

2 Commissioning Preparations......................................................................................................4
2.1 Hardware Check.................................................................................................................................................5 2.2 Software Requirements.......................................................................................................................................5 2.3 Tool Requirements.............................................................................................................................................6 2.4 Data Requirements.............................................................................................................................................7

3 Stand-Alone Commissioning......................................................................................................9
3.1 Checking the Settings of Jumpers and DIP Switches.......................................................................................11 3.1.1 Checking the Settings of DIP Switches and Jumpers of Environment Monitoring Boards....................11 3.1.2 Checking the DIP Settings on the Monitoring Board of the Fan.............................................................16 3.2 Powering On the Indoor Device.......................................................................................................................20 3.3 Powering On the Outdoor Device....................................................................................................................20 3.4 Commissioning the Power System...................................................................................................................21 3.4.1 Checking the Power Supply of DC PDU.................................................................................................21 3.4.2 Checking the Power Supply of AC Power Module.................................................................................22 3.4.3 Configuring the Battery and Checking the Battery Power Supply..........................................................22 3.4.4 Checking the Power Supply of the Heat Exchanger................................................................................24 3.5 Logging In to the System..................................................................................................................................25 3.5.1 Login in the Local Serial Port Mode.......................................................................................................25 3.5.2 Login in the Telnet Mode (Inband Management)....................................................................................30 3.5.3 Login in the Telnet Mode (Outband Management).................................................................................33 3.5.4 Login in the SSH Mode (Inband Management)......................................................................................37 3.5.5 Login in the SSH Mode (Outband Management)....................................................................................47 3.6 Checking the Software Version........................................................................................................................58 3.7 Configuring the Board......................................................................................................................................59 3.8 Loading the Script............................................................................................................................................59 3.9 Detecting the Power on the Optical Port..........................................................................................................60 3.9.1 Detecting the Average Transmit Optical Power of a Two-Fiber Bidirectional Optical Port..................60 3.9.2 Detecting the Actual Input Optical Power of a Two-Fiber Bidirectional Optical Port...........................64 Issue 01 (2011-07-30) Huawei Proprietary and Confidential Copyright Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. iv

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3.9.3 Detecting the Average Transmit Optical Power of the Single-Fiber Bidirectional Optical Port............67 3.9.4 Detecting the Actual Input Power of the Single-Fiber Bidirectional Optical Port..................................72 3.10 Checking the Status of the Service Port.........................................................................................................76 3.11 Changing the System Name...........................................................................................................................76 3.12 Configuring the System User.........................................................................................................................77 3.12.1 Adding the System User........................................................................................................................77 3.12.2 Modifying the System User Attributes..................................................................................................79 3.13 Checking the System Time.............................................................................................................................81 3.14 Configuring Environment Monitoring............................................................................................................82 3.14.1 Configuring the Environment Monitoring Using the H303ESC...........................................................82 3.14.2 Configuring the Environment Monitoring Through the H304ESC.......................................................92 3.14.3 Configuring the Monitoring Through the EPS30-4815AF..................................................................101 3.14.4 Configuring the Monitoring Through the EPS75-4815AF..................................................................111 3.14.5 Configuring the Environment Monitoring Through the Fan Tray......................................................124 3.15 Checking the Auto-Save Settings.................................................................................................................127 3.16 Saving the Data.............................................................................................................................................128 3.17 Backing Up the System File.........................................................................................................................128

4 Commissioning the Interconnection.....................................................................................130


4.1 Commissioning the U2000 Interconnection...................................................................................................131 4.1.1 Commissioning the U2000 in Outband Mode.......................................................................................131 4.1.2 Commissioning the U2000 in Inband Mode..........................................................................................133 4.2 Commissioning the Interconnection Between the Device and the BRAS......................................................135 4.3 Commissioning the Interconnection Between the Device and the Router.....................................................137

5 Maintenance and Management Commissioning................................................................140


5.1 Checking the Alarm Function and the Event Function..................................................................................141 5.1.1 Verifying the Alarm Function and the Event Function.........................................................................141 5.1.2 Querying Alarms and Events.................................................................................................................142 5.2 Checking the Log............................................................................................................................................144

A Additional Information...........................................................................................................145
A.1 Configuring the Maintenance Terminal.........................................................................................................146 A.2 Making a Script..............................................................................................................................................147 A.3 Operation Guide on Battery Supplementary Charge.....................................................................................148 A.3.1 Preparing Tools.....................................................................................................................................149 A.3.2 Precautions............................................................................................................................................149 A.3.3 Operation Process.................................................................................................................................150 A.4 Settings of the Software Package..................................................................................................................151 A.4.1 Settings of the Default Parameters of the xDSL Line Profile...............................................................151 A.4.2 Settings of the Default Parameters of the xDSL Alarm Profile............................................................156 A.4.3 Settings of the Default Parameters of the EMU...................................................................................158 A.5 Acronyms and Abbreviations........................................................................................................................159

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Commissioning Description

This topic describes the definition, prerequisites, and flow of the commissioning. 1.1 Definition Commissioning refers to the process of verifying the running of the device, the communication of the device with the NMS and other interconnected devices, and ensuring that the device can be used as required. 1.2 Commissioning Flow This topic describes the prerequisite and basic flow for commissioning the device.

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1.1 Definition
Commissioning refers to the process of verifying the running of the device, the communication of the device with the NMS and other interconnected devices, and ensuring that the device can be used as required.

1.2 Commissioning Flow


This topic describes the prerequisite and basic flow for commissioning the device.
NOTE

This commissioning flow is for the new offices. To commission the existing offices, adjust the commissioning flow and contents, if necessary.

Prerequisite
The hardware installation personnel must install the UA5000 hardware and must check the installation.

Flow
This document describes the commissioning steps in related chapters. Figure 1-1 shows the flowchart for commissioning the UA5000. Figure 1-1 Flow for commissioning the UA5000
Start

Commissioing preparations

Stand-alone commissioning

Interconnection Commissioning

Maintenance and management commissioning

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The following section provides a brief description of the contents of each chapter: 1. Commissioning Preparations This topic describes how to prepare hardware, software, tools, and data properly to ensure that the commissioning is implemented normally. 2. Stand-Alone Commissioning This topic describes how to commission the stand-alone UA5000 after the hardware installation so that the stand-alone UA5000 can work in the normal state. 3. Interconnection Commissioning The administrator can maintain and manage the UA5000 in inband network management or outband network management mode. This topic describes how to commission the interconnection by considering the "iManager U2000 unified network management system" (iManager U2000) as an example. 4. Maintenance and Management Commissioning This topic describes how to verify the reliability of the device after commissioning the basic functions and services of the device to ensure the performance reliability of the UA5000.

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Commissioning Preparations

This topic describes how to prepare hardware, software, tools, and data properly to ensure that the commissioning is implemented normally. 2.1 Hardware Check This topic describes how to check the hardware before the commissioning. Make sure that the hardware is available and check the hardware before the commissioning to facilitate the subsequent operations. 2.2 Software Requirements This topic describes the software requirements for the commissioning. You need to prepare the commissioning software before the commissioning to facilitate the subsequent operations. 2.3 Tool Requirements This topic describes the tools required for the commissioning. You need to prepare and check the required tools before the commissioning to facilitate the subsequent operations. 2.4 Data Requirements This topic describes the data requirements for the commissioning. The information about hardware configuration, networking, and data plan must be available for data configuration.

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2.1 Hardware Check


This topic describes how to check the hardware before the commissioning. Make sure that the hardware is available and check the hardware before the commissioning to facilitate the subsequent operations.

Checklist
Table 2-1 provides the checklist for checking the hardware before the commissioning. Table 2-1 Hardware checklist No. 1 Item Power and grounding Description l Ensure that the power cable and the ground cable are properly connected. l Ensure that the power cable, ground cable, and power distribution switch are labeled correctly, clearly and orderly. l Ensure that the connectors of external ground cables and protection ground cables of the cabinet are properly connected, and they are not damaged. l Ensure that the power supply of the device is in the normal state. 2 Cables and connectors l Ensure that the cable connectors are tight and firm. l Ensure that the cable jacket is intact. l Ensure that the cable labels are clear and neat. l Ensure that cables are bundled reliably. 3 Upper layer device l Check the physical position of the interconnection port on the upper layer device. l Ensure that the upper layer device works in the normal state and can be used for commissioning.

NOTE

The hardware installation personnel must check the device according to items "Power and grounding" and "Cables and connectors" in Table 2-1 when performing the installation check. The commissioning personnel can check these two items again to ensure that the hardware connection is reliable during the commissioning.

2.2 Software Requirements


This topic describes the software requirements for the commissioning. You need to prepare the commissioning software before the commissioning to facilitate the subsequent operations.

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Checklist
Table 2-2 provides the checklist for checking the required software before the commissioning. Table 2-2 Software checklist No. 1 2 Item Software package Software commissioning tools Description Check whether the software package for the commissioning is complete and the version is correct. Check whether all the software commissioning tools are available. The commissioning tools that are commonly used are: l HyperTerminal: Used for logging in to the UA5000 through the CLI. The tool is embedded in Windows. l TFTP and FTP tools: Used for loading software. The tools can be downloaded from http://support.huawei.com.

2.3 Tool Requirements


This topic describes the tools required for the commissioning. You need to prepare and check the required tools before the commissioning to facilitate the subsequent operations.

Checklist
Table 2-3 provides the checklist for checking the required tools before the commissioning. Table 2-3 Tool checklist No. 1 Item Cables Description RS-232 serial port cable: l One end is an RJ-45 connector, used for connecting to the control board of the device. l The other end is a DB-9 or DB-25 female connector, used for connecting to the commissioning terminal. When the maintenance terminal is a PC, use the DB-9 female connector. Crossover cable Used for connecting the commissioning terminal to the UA5000 in the case of maintenance in the Telnet mode. Remarks Used for connecting the commissioning terminal to the UA5000 in the case of maintenance through the serial port.

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Item

Description Straight through cable Tail fiber

Remarks Used for commissioning the services. Used for detecting the optical power and optical sensitivity, and transmitting the service upstream. Used for logging in to the UA5000 to commission the UA5000. Used for the following tests on the optical port: actual receive optical power test, receive sensitivity test, and overload optical power test. Used on the optical signal receive port for attenuating the received optical signal during the device commissioning to protect the optical port from being damaged by strong optical power. Used for measuring the voltage, resistance, and current intensity during the power commissioning.

Maintain ing terminal Auxiliar y device and meter

(Generally) Portable computer with HyperTerminal application Optical power meter

Adjustable optical attenuator

Multimeter

2.4 Data Requirements


This topic describes the data requirements for the commissioning. The information about hardware configuration, networking, and data plan must be available for data configuration.

Checklist
Before the commissioning, collect the information about the hardware configuration, networking, and data plan based on the engineering documents such as the project division layout and network design. Table 2-4 provides the data requirement checklist. Table 2-4 Checklist No. 1 Item Hardware configuration Description It includes but is not limited to: l The type of the control board and other boards, and the slot layout. l The type of the uplink port and service port, and their physical locations.

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Item Networking and data plan

Description It includes but is not limited to: l Network topology l IP address allocation l VLAN plan l Service type and data plan

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Stand-Alone Commissioning

This topic describes how to commission the stand-alone UA5000 after the hardware installation so that the stand-alone UA5000 can work in the normal state. 3.1 Checking the Settings of Jumpers and DIP Switches This topic describes how to check the settings of the environment supervision circuit (ESC) board, fan EMU jumpers and dual-in-line package (DIP) switches so that the settings conform to the actual application. 3.2 Powering On the Indoor Device This topic describes how to power on the indoor device to ensure that each board is supplied with power in the normal state. 3.3 Powering On the Outdoor Device This topic describes how to power on the outdoor device to ensure that each board is supplied with power in the normal state. 3.4 Commissioning the Power System This topic describes how to commission the reliability of the power supply system so that the system can supply the power to the device in the normal state. 3.5 Logging In to the System This topic describes how to log in to theUA5000 and then commission the UA5000 through the maintenance terminal. 3.6 Checking the Software Version This topic describes how to check whether the version of the running software meets the requirements for office deployment. 3.7 Configuring the Board This topic describes how to check whether the inserted board is the same as the board required in the data plan and check whether the board runs in the normal state. 3.8 Loading the Script This topic describes how to load the script file to configure the basic data of the device, which is a preparation for the commissioning of the basic functions of the device. 3.9 Detecting the Power on the Optical Port

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This topic describes how to detect the mean launched optical power and the actual input optical power to check whether the transmit optical transceiver and the receive optical transceiver are in the normal state. 10. 3.10 Checking the Status of the Service Port This topic describes how to check whether the service port is in the normal state. 11. 3.11 Changing the System Name This topic describes how to customize the useful system name to differentiate UA5000s. This facilitates the management of the UA5000. 12. 3.12 Configuring the System User When accessing, configuring, and managing the UA5000, you need to add the system operation users with different attributes. This topic describes how to add system operation users and modify the attributes of the system operation users. 13. 3.13 Checking the System Time This topic describes how to check whether the system time, time zone, time stamp, and start and end Daylight Saving Time (DST) of the UA5000 are consistent with the actual conditions. 14. 3.14 Configuring Environment Monitoring The UA5000 provides the function of monitoring various environment parameters (such as the temperature, humidity, and power voltage) so that the device runs in the stable environment. This topic describes how to commission the environment monitoring unit (EMU). 15. 3.15 Checking the Auto-Save Settings This topic describes how to check the settings of the auto-save function to prevent data loss due to reboots. 16. 3.16 Saving the Data This topic describes how to save the data into the flash memory to prevent data loss due to reboots. 17. 3.17 Backing Up the System File This topic describes how to back up the system file to prevent permanent data loss due to the system failure. At the first office deployment or when the upgrade is complete, you need to back up the database file and the configuration file to restore the system in the case of the system failure.

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3.1 Checking the Settings of Jumpers and DIP Switches


This topic describes how to check the settings of the environment supervision circuit (ESC) board, fan EMU jumpers and dual-in-line package (DIP) switches so that the settings conform to the actual application.

3.1.1 Checking the Settings of DIP Switches and Jumpers of Environment Monitoring Boards
This topic describes how to check the settings of the jumpers on the ESC board and the dual-inline package (DIP) switches. This ensures that the settings conform to the actual application.

Prerequisite
The UA5000 must be disconnected from the power supply.

Jumpers and DIP Switches of H303ESC


The H303ESC board is located on the right side of the environment monitoring unit (EMU). The H303ESC board provides six jumpers, namely the S1, S2, S3, S8, S10, and S11, and two DIP switches S6 and S7. The S5 is the shielding switch of the board alarm buzzer, which is enabled by default, as shown in Figure 3-1. Figure 3-1 Layout of jumpers on the H303ESC board and DIP switches
H303ESC S6
1234 5678

S5

ON

OFF S7
1234

S11 D1

Jumpers S1, S2, S3, S8 and S10 are used to set the type of the serial port. Table 3-1 provides their meanings and settings. Table 3-1 Meanings and settings of the H303ESC S1, S2, S3, S8, and S10 Jumper S1 Settings 1-2 connected Meanings The serial port SIO1 is RS-232. Default Settings 2-3 connected

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Meanings The serial port SIO1 is RS-422. The serial port SIO2 is RS-232. The serial port SIO2 is RS-422. The serial port SIO3 is RS-232. The serial port SIO3 is RS-422. The serial port SIO3 is RS-485.

Default Settings

S2

1-2 connected 2-3 connected

2-3 connected

S3, S8, and S10

1-2 of S3, S8, and S10 connected 2-3 of S3 connected; 1-2 of S8 and S10 connected 2-3 of S8 and S10 connected, S3 connected unlimited

1-2 of all jumpers connected

S11 is used to check whether the running LED on the front panel is valid. Table 3-2 provides the meanings and settings of S11. Table 3-2 Meanings and settings of the H303ESC S11 Jumper S11 Settings 1-2 connected 2-3 connected Meanings The running LED on the board is valid. The running LED on the board is invalid. Default Settings 1-2 connected

DIP switch S6 is used to set the type of external analog sensors. Table 3-3 provides the meanings and settings of S6. Table 3-3 Meanings and settings of the H303ESC S6 DIP Switch S6-1 to S6-6 Settings ON OFF S6-7 to S6-8 Reserved Meanings The external analog sensor is of the current type. The external analog sensor is of the voltage type. Default Settings ON

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DIP switch S7 is used to set the reporting mode and ratio. Table 3-4 provides the meanings and settings of S7. Table 3-4 Meanings and settings of the H303ESC S7 DIP Switch S7-1 Settings ON OFF S7-2 ON OFF S7-3 S7-4 Reserved ON OFF Meanings The H303ESC board is used in the access network. The H303ESC board is used in the Local Exchange. The H303ESC board uses one serial port for reporting. The H303ESC board uses two serial ports for reporting. The reporting ratio of the serial port is 19200 bit/s. The reporting ratio of the serial port is 9600 bit/s. ON ON ON Default Settings ON

Jumpers and DIP Switches of H304ESC


The H304ESC board provides two DIP switches, S2 and S3, and five jumpers S4-S8. The S9 is the shielding switch for the alarm buzzer of the board, which is enabled by default. Figure 3-2 shows the layout of the jumpers and DIP switches on the H304ESC board. Figure 3-2 Layout of the jumpers and DIP switches on the H304ESC board
H3 0 4 E S C

S9

12 3 4
OFF S2 S4 S5 S6 S7 S8 O N
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O N S3 OFF

D6

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Table 3-5 Meanings and settings of the H304ESC S4-S8 Jumper S4 Settings 1-2 connected 2-3 connected S5 1-2 connected 2-3 connected S6-S8 2-3 of S7 connected; 1-2 of S6 and S8 connected 2-3 of S7 and S8 connected; 1-2 of S6 connected Meanings The serial port SIO1 is RS-232. The serial port SIO1 is RS-422. The serial port SIO2 is RS-232. The serial port SIO2 is RS-422. The serial port SIO3 is RS-232. The serial port SIO3 is RS-422. 2-3 of S7 connected; 1-2 of S6 and S8 connected 1-2 connected Default Settings 1-2 connected

DIP switch S2 is used to set the type of external analog sensors. Table 3-6 provides the meanings and settings of S2. Table 3-6 Meanings and settings of the H304ESC S2 DIP Switch S2-1 Settings ON OFF S2-2 ON OFF S2-3 ON OFF S2-4 Reserved Meanings The external sensor of JTA1 is of the current type. The external sensor of JTA1 is of the voltage type. The external sensor of JTA2 is of the current type. The external sensor of JTA2 is of the voltage type. The external sensor of JTA3 is of the current type. The external sensor of JTA3 is of the voltage type. OFF OFF Default Settings OFF

DIP switch S3 is used to set the reporting mode and ratio. Table 3-7 provides the meanings and settings of S3.
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Table 3-7 Meanings and settings of the H304ESC S3 DIP Switch S3-1 Settings ON OFF S3-2 ON OFF S3-3 S3-4 Reserved ON OFF S3-5 to S3-8 Reserved Meanings The H304ESC board is used in the access network. The H304ESC board is used on the Local Exchange. The H304ESC board uses one serial port for reporting. The H304ESC board uses two serial ports for reporting. The reporting rate of the serial port is 19200 bit/s. The reporting rate of the serial port is 9600 bit/s. OFF OFF Default Settings ON

Procedure
Step 1 Disconnect the cable connector if the ESC board is connected to the environment monitoring cable. Step 2 Use the flathead screwdriver to unfasten the screws on the ESC board anticlockwise, as shown in (1) of Figure 3-3. Figure 3-3 Removing and inserting the ESC board

Step 3 Hold the handlebar firmly on the front panel and pull out the ESC board from the PDU. Step 4 Check whether the settings of the jumpers and DIP switches on the ESC board are practical in application. If not, proceed as follows:
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l For H303ESC, refer to Table 3-1 and Table 3-2 to set the jumpers; refer to Table 3-3 and Table 3-4 to set the DIP switches. l For H304ESC, refer to Table 3-5 to set the jumpers; refer to Table 3-6 and Table 3-7 to set the DIP switches. Step 5 Insert the ESC board into the PDU, as shown in (2) of Figure 3-3. Step 6 Use the flathead screwdriver to fasten the screws clockwise on the ESC panel, insert the cable connector, and resume the monitoring cable connection of the ESC board. ----End

3.1.2 Checking the DIP Settings on the Monitoring Board of the Fan
This topic describes how to check the DIP settings on monitoring board of the fan. This ensures that the settings conform to the actual application.

Context
There are two types of fan monitoring boards: FCBA and FCBB, which are used as follows: l l The FCBA board is used in the rear access fan tray. The FCBB board is used in the front access fan tray.

DIP Switch Description


Figure 3-4 shows the layout of the DIP switches on the FCBA board. The DIP switches in the layout adopt the default settings. Figure 3-4 Layout of the DIP switches on the FCBA board

SW101
12345678

ON OFF1 2 3 4

H531FCBA SW102

ON

OFF

Figure 3-5 shows the layout of the DIP switches on the H801FCBB board, and Figure 3-5 shows the layout of the DIP switches on the H511FCBB board. The DIP switches in the layout adopt the default settings.

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Figure 3-5 Layout of the DIP switches on the H801FCBB board

SW2 ON

Figure 3-6 Layout of the DIP switches on the H511FCBB board


SW101
1234 5678

12345678

H801FCBB

ON OFF 1234

H511FCBB SW201

ON

OFF

NOTE

The following table considers the H801FCBB board as an example to describe the meanings of the DIP switches, and the relation between the DIP switch, sub-node, fan quantity, and fan speed adjustment mode.

Table 3-8 lists the DIP switches on the H801FCBB board. Table 3-8 Description of the DIP switches on the H801FCBB board DIP SW2-1 SW2-2 SW2-3 SW2-4 Description Set the mapping sub-node addresses of data configuration. l ON corresponds to address bit 0. l OFF corresponds to address bit 1. ON indicates that the baud rate of the communication between the fan tray and the control board is 19200 bit/s. OFF indicates that the baud rate of the communication between the fan tray and the control board is 9600 bit/s.
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DIP SW2-5 SW2-6 SW2-7 SW2-8

Description Set the number of fans.

Defaults OFF ON

Set the speed adjustment modes of fans.

OFF ON

Table 3-9 provides the relation between the DIP switches and the sub-node addresses. Table 3-9 Relation between the DIP switches and the sub-node addresses SW2-3 ON ON ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF SW2-2 ON ON OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF SW2-1 ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF Sub-Node Addresses 000 (0) 001 (1) 002 (2) 003 (3) 004 (4) 005 (5) 006 (6) 007 (7)

Table 3-10 provides the relation between the settings of the DIP switches and the number of fans. Table 3-10 Relation between the DIP switch settings and the fan quantity SW2-6 ON ON OFF OFF SW2-5 ON OFF ON OFF Fan Quantity 6 8 4 10

Table 3-11 provides the relation between the settings of the DIP switches and the speed adjustment mode of the fans.

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Table 3-11 Relation between the DIP switch settings and the speed adjustment mode SW2-8 ON ON OFF OFF SW2-7 ON OFF ON OFF Speed Adjustment Mode Measure the temperature on the air intake vent Measure the temperature on the air exhaust vent Reserved Stop the fan and measure the temperature on the air intake vent Speed Adjustment Scheme Scheme 1 Scheme 2 Scheme 3 Scheme 4

Prerequisites
The device must be powered off.

Procedure
Step 1 Use a screwdriver to unfasten the screws anticlockwise on the front panel of the fan tray, as shown in (1) of Figure 3-7. Figure 3-7 Removing/Inserting the fan tray

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Step 2 Remove the fan tray from the service shelf, as shown in (2) of Figure 3-7. Step 3 Check whether the DIP switch settings on the fan monitoring and control board are consistent with the actual application. If not, configure the DIP switches again according to Table 3-8. Step 4 Insert the fan tray into the corresponding slot, as shown in (3) of Figure 3-7. Step 5 Use the screwdriver to fasten the screws clockwise on the front panel of the fan tray, as shown in (4) of Figure 3-7. ----End

3.2 Powering On the Indoor Device


This topic describes how to power on the indoor device to ensure that each board is supplied with power in the normal state.

Prerequisite
l l The installation check and the power-on check must be performed on the device. All the input power and the output control switches of the DC PDU must be turned off.

Procedure
Step 1 Turn on the input power of the DC PDU. Step 2 Turn on the output control switches of the DC PDU. ----End

Result
The LED of the control board blinks 1s on and 1s off repeatedly.

3.3 Powering On the Outdoor Device


This topic describes how to power on the outdoor device to ensure that each board is supplied with power in the normal state.

Prerequisite
l l The installation check and the power-on check must be performed on the device. The power switch of the lightning arrester, the input/output switches of the GEPS4860, and the power switch of the heating panel must be turned off.

Procedure
Step 1 Turn off the AC power input switch to power on the lightning arrester. Step 2 Turn off the MCB "AC POWER" to power on the GEPS4860.
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Step 3 When the device temperature is lower than -25C, turn on the miniature circuit breaker (MCB) of the heating panel to heat the device components until the device temperature is higher than -25C. When the device temperature is higher than -25C, skip this step.
NOTE

When the device starts at the temperature lower than -25C, use the heating panel to heat all the components to -25C above, and then the device can be powered on.

Step 4 Turn on the AC input MCB on the GEPS4860 (set the MCB upward). In the normal state, after a short delay, the RUN LEDs on the front panels of all the rectifier units are green after the rectifiers units are started. The RUN LED on the monitoring unit blinks slowly in green, and the ALM LED is on. Step 5 Turn on all the load MCBs on the GEPS4860 (set the MCBs upward). In the normal state, the ALM LED on the front panel of the monitoring unit is off. Step 6 Turn on (set the switch upward) the power switch on the GEPS4860 to supply power for the heat exchanger. Step 7 Turn on (set the MCB upward) the MCB "BATT" on the GEPS4860 to supply power for batteries. ----End

Result
The RUN LED on the control board blinks 1s on and 1s off repeatedly.

3.4 Commissioning the Power System


This topic describes how to commission the reliability of the power supply system so that the system can supply the power to the device in the normal state.

3.4.1 Checking the Power Supply of DC PDU


This topic describes how to check whether each power input which supports mutual backup can supply power to the cabinet independently through the two or four power inputs.

Prerequisite
The two or four power inputs of the DC PDU supply power to the cabinet at the same time

Procedure
l Please implement the following steps when the two independent power supplies works in the normal state for the cabinet: 1. 2. 3. 4. l Disconnect power input A of the DC PDU and check the power supply of the cabinet. Restore the power supply of power input A to the cabinet. Disconnect power input B of the DC PDU and check the power supply of the cabinet. Restore the power supply of power input B to the cabinet.

When the four power inputs supply power to the cabinet in the normal state, usually adopt the mutual backup. That is, A and B mutually backup for each other, C and D mutually backup for each other, please implement the following steps:
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1. 2. 3. 4. ----End

Disconnect the power supply of power input A and C of the DC PDU and check the power supply of the cabinet. Restore the power supply of power input A and C to the cabinet. Disconnect power input B and D of the DC PDU and check the power supply of the cabinet. Restore the power supply of power input B and D to the cabinet.

Result
After disconnecting the backup power supply of any power input, the power supply and the service of the device board stay unaffected.

3.4.2 Checking the Power Supply of AC Power Module


This topic describes how to check whether other rectifier units can supply power to the cabinet in the normal state when the rectifier unit of the AC power is configured redundantly and one rectifier unit is faulty.

Prerequisite
The AC mode is used in the cabinet for power supply.

Procedure
Step 1 Remove a rectifier unit and check the power supply of the cabinet. Step 2 Insert the rectifier unit back into the cabinet.
NOTE

Repeat step 1 and step 2 to verify one by one whether other redundant rectifier units are normal.

----End

Result
After removing any rectifier unit, the power supply and the service of the device board stay unaffected.

3.4.3 Configuring the Battery and Checking the Battery Power Supply
This topic describes how to configure the battery and check whether the backup power supply function provided by the battery for the AC power system is in the normal state.

Prerequisite
The cabinet uses the AC power supply and is configured with the batteries.

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Context
l Currently, all the encapsulated valve regulated lead acid (VRLA) batteries used in the telecommunication industry are delivered in full loading state, that is, the batteries are fully charged with electricity. During the delivery and storage, the characteristics of the battery determine that the battery automatically discharges electricity due to chemical reaction. This results in the reduction of the battery capacity and the decrease of the open circuit voltage. This phenomenon is referred to as the automatic charge of the battery. In a certain period, the voltage and the capacity of the battery can be restored completely if you use appropriate methods. To make up the battery capacity reduction caused by automatic discharge during the idle period of the battery, you need to periodically perform supplementary charge for the longidle batteries. In such cases, refer to A.3 Operation Guide on Battery Supplementary Charge to complete the supplementary charge of the battery first, and then perform the following commissioning procedures.

Procedure
Step 1 In global config mode, run the emu add command to add the EMU of the power system. Step 2 In global config mode, run the display emu command to query the status of the power system. The query result shows that the power system is in the normal state. Step 3 Run the interface emu command to enter the EMU mode to configure the battery parameters.

CAUTION
The battery capacity parameters vary with the cabinet types. Configure the battery capacity parameters correctly; otherwise, the batteries may be damaged. Step 4 In the corresponding power mode, run the power battery command to configure the battery parameters. Table 3-12 lists the battery capacities of different types of cabinets of the UA5000. Table 3-12 Battery capacities of different cabinets Cabinet Type ONU-F01E200 (Outdoor) ONU-F01E400 (Outdoor) ONU-F01D200 (Outdoor) ONU-F01D500 (Outdoor) ONU-F01D1000 (Outdoor) ONU-F02A (Indoor) Battery Capacity 50 AH 75 AH 80 AH 150/184 AH 184 AH 100 AH

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Step 5 In the corresponding power mode, run the power battery-test command to configure the battery discharge parameters. Step 6 In privilege mode, run the save command to save the configurations. After the monitored module communicates with the UA5000 in the normal state, the configured data takes effect automatically. Step 7 Disconnect the mains supply and check whether the power supply system of the cabinet can switch to the battery supply mode. Step 8 Restore the mains supply and check whether the power supply system of the cabinet can switch to the mains supply mode. ----End

Result
l l After the mains supply is disconnected, the cabinet uses the battery for power supply and the power supply is in the normal state. After the mains supply is restored, the cabinet uses the mains supply for power supply and the power supply is in the normal state.

3.4.4 Checking the Power Supply of the Heat Exchanger


This topic describes how to check whether two power supplies can supply power to the heat exchanger in the normal state.

Context
l l The outdoor cabinet with large capacity usually houses a heat exchanger for the cabinet temperature controlling. There are two power supplies for the heat exchanger when the device works in the normal state. One is DC power, provided by the power module. The other is AC power, controlled by the miniature circuit breaker (MCB) on the panel of the cabinet. The outdoor cabinet with small capacity is not configured with the heat exchanger.

Procedure
Step 1 Disconnect the first power supply (DC power) of the heat exchanger and check the alarm LED on the heat exchanger panel. Step 2 Restore the first power supply (DC power) of the heat exchanger and check the alarm LED on the heat exchanger panel. Step 3 Disconnect the second power supply (AC power) of the heat exchanger and check the alarm LED on the heat exchanger panel. Step 4 Restore the second power supply (AC power) of the heat exchanger and check the alarm LED on the heat exchanger panel. ----End

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Result
l l After any input of the power supply is disconnected, the heat exchanger finishes reset selfcheck and the alarm LED turns on, but the heat exchanger works in the normal state. After the power is restored, the alarm LED of the heat exchanger turns off, and the system recovers.

3.5 Logging In to the System


This topic describes how to log in to theUA5000 and then commission the UA5000 through the maintenance terminal.

3.5.1 Login in the Local Serial Port Mode


Generally, when you need to maintain, manage, and operate the device at the local end, you can log in to the system through the serial port.

Prerequisite
l A commissioning terminal, generally a portable computer with a HyperTerminal application and that can be connected to the UA5000 through the serial port cable must be available. An RS-232 serial port cable (one end with an RJ-45 connector and the other end with a DB-9 or DB-25 female connector) must be available.

Networking
Figure 3-8 shows the example network of the login to the UA5000 in the local serial port mode. Figure 3-8 Example network for the login to the UA5000 in the local serial port mode

Flowchart
Figure 3-9 shows the flowchart for logging in to the UA5000 in the local serial port mode.

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Figure 3-9 Flowchart for logging into the UA5000 in the local serial port mode

Procedure
Step 1 Use a standard RS-232 serial port cable to connect the serial port on the PC to the COM port on the IPM control board, as shown in Figure 3-8. Step 2 Configure the HyperTerminal communication parameters.
NOTE

The following considers the typical mode in Windows as an example to describe how to log in to the system in the local serial port mode. Other modes are not described here.

1.

Set up a connection. Choose Start > Programs > Accessories > Communications > HyperTerminal on the PC to display the Connection Description dialog box. Enter the connection name, and then click OK, as shown in the following figure.

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Select the serial port. Select the serial port on the PC, for example, COM2, that is connected to the UA5000, and then click OK, as shown in the following figure.

3.

Set the HyperTerminal communication parameters. For details, see the following figure.

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l The baud rate of the HyperTerminal must be the same as the baud rate of the serial port on the UA5000. By default, the baud rate of the serial port on the UA5000 is 9600 bit/s. l If illegal characters are displayed on the HyperTerminal interface after you log in to the system, it indicates that the baud rate of the HyperTerminal is different from the baud rate of the serial port on the UA5000. In this case, you can modify the baud rate of the HyperTerminal and then log in to the system again. The system supports the following baud rates: 9600bit/s, 19200bit/s, 38400bit/s, 57600bit/s, and 115200bit/s.

4. 1.

Click OK to display the HyperTerminal interface. Set the emulation type of the HyperTerminal. Choose File > huawei Properties from the main menu on the HyperTerminal interface. On the Settings tab page in the dialog box that is displayed, select VT100 or Auto Detect as Emulation, as shown in the following figure. By default, Auto Detect is selected.

Step 3 Set the properties of the HyperTerminal.

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Set the line delay and the character delay of the ASCII code. Click ASCII Setup. In the dialog box that is displayed, set Line delay to 200 and Character delay to 200, and then click OK, as shown in the following figure. By default, Line delay is set to 0 and Character delay to 0.

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When the text is copied to the HyperTerminal, the Character delay parameter controls the speed at which each character is sent. The Line delay parameter controls the interval between lines. If the delay is too short, certain characters are omitted. If certain characters are omitted when the text is copied to the HyperTerminal, modify the delay.

----End

Result
On the HyperTerminal interface, press Enter to display a user name prompt character. Enter the user name and the password (by default, the name of the super user of the system is root and the password is admin) according to the prompt for registration until the command line prompt character is displayed. For the basic information on how to use the command line interface (CLI), see CLI Operations. , and then click on the interface. If the login still fails, go to Step If the login fails, click 1 to check whether the parameter settings and the physical connections are correct, and then try again.

3.5.2 Login in the Telnet Mode (Inband Management)


This topic describes how to log in to the UA5000 through the uplink port (inband management port) in telnet mode to maintain and manage the UA5000.

Prerequisite
l You must log in to the UA5000 through the local serial port and the IP address and the subnet mask must be configured for the UA5000. For detailed configuration, see 3.5.1 Login in the Local Serial Port Mode. The IP address of the maintenance terminal has been correctly configured. For the process of configuring the IP address for the maintenance terminal, see A.1 Configuring the Maintenance Terminal.
NOTE

In the following operations, the configuration of the UA5000 must be performed through the local serial port.

Networking LAN
Figure 3-10 shows the example network for inband management over a LAN in telnet mode.

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Figure 3-10 Example network for inband management over a LAN in telnet mode

LAN

PC1

PC2
0/3/0
COM ETH

PC3 UA5000

IPMB

Networking WAN
Figure 3-11 shows the example network for inband management over a WAN in telnet mode. Figure 3-11 Example network for inband management over a WAN in telnet mode

Router PC

0/3/0
COM ETH

IPMB

UA5000

Configuration Flowchart
Figure 3-12 shows the flowchart for logging in to and configuring the system through the inband management port in telnet mode.

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Figure 3-12 Flowchart for logging in to and configuring the system through the inband management port in telnet mode

Start Set up the network environment Configure IP address of the VLAN L3 interface No

WAN environment or not? Yes Set inband NMS route

Run the telnet application

Log in to the system

End

Procedure
Step 1 Set up the configuration environment. l If you log in to the UA5000 in the LAN inband management mode through telnet, set up a network environment according to the networking shown in Figure 3-10. l If you log in to the UA5000 in the WAN inband management mode through telnet, set up a network environment according to the networking shown in Figure 3-11. Step 2 Configure the IP address of the VLAN L3 interface. 1. 2. 3. Run the vlan command to create a management VLAN.
huawei(config)#vlan 30 standard

Run the port vlan command to add an upstream port to the VLAN.
huawei(config)#port vlan 30 0/2 0

In the VLANIF mode, run the ip address command to configure the IP address of the VLAN L3 interface.
huawei(config)#interface vlanif 30 huawei(config-if-vlanif30)#ip address 10.10.20.10 24 huawei(config-if-vlanif30)#quit

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If the packet transmitted from the upstream port does not contain the VLAN tag, that is the packet is untagged, run the native-vlan command to configure the native VLAN of the upstream port to be the same as the VLAN of the upstream port.

Step 3 Configure an inband network management route. If the LAN management environment is set up as shown in Figure 3-10, no route needs to be added. If the remote WAN management environment is set up as shown in Figure 3-11, run the ip route-static command to add a route to the next hop. Step 4 Run the telnet application. Choose Start > Run from the main menu on the maintenance terminal. On the Open address bar of the Run interface, enter telnet X.X.X.X (X.X.X.X indicates the IP address of the VLAN L3 interface on the UA5000), as shown in Figure 3-13 (Windows is considered as an example), and then click OK to display the remote login dialog box. Figure 3-13 Interface of running the telnet application

Step 5 Log in to the system. In the remote login dialog box, enter the user name and the password. By default, the user name is root and the password is admin. After you log in to the system successfully, a message is displayed indicating that the login is successful, as show in the following message.
>>User name:root >>User password: Huawei HONET UA5000 Universal Access Unit. Copyright(C) Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 1998-2010. All rights reserved.

----End

Result
After logging to the system, you can maintain and manage the UA5000. For the basic information on how to use the CLI, see CLI Operations.

3.5.3 Login in the Telnet Mode (Outband Management)


This topic describes how to log in to the UA5000 through the maintenance network port (outband management port) in telnet mode to maintain and manage the UA5000.
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Prerequisite
l You must log in to the UA5000 through the local serial port and the IP address and the subnet mask must be configured for the UA5000. For detailed configuration, see 3.5.1 Login in the Local Serial Port Mode. The IP address of the maintenance terminal has been correctly configured. For the process of configuring the IP address for the maintenance terminal, see A.1 Configuring the Maintenance Terminal.
NOTE

In the following operations, the configuration of the UA5000 must be performed through the local serial port.

Networking LAN
Figure 3-14 shows the example network for configuring the outband management over a LAN in telnet mode. Figure 3-14 Example network for outband management over a LAN in telnet mode

COM ETH IPMB LAN UA5000

PC

PC

PC

Use a straight through cable to connect the UA5000 to the LAN.


NOTE

You can connect the network port on the maintenance terminal to the maintenance network port on the control board of the UA5000 to manage the device in outband mode. The crossover cable, however, needs to be used.

Networking WAN
Figure 3-15 shows the example network for configuring the outband management over a WAN in telnet mode.

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Figure 3-15 Example network for configuring the outband management over a WAN in telnet mode

PC LAN Router
COM ETH

IPMB

UA5000

PC

PC

Configuration Flowchart
Figure 3-16 shows the flowchart for logging in to and configuring the system through the inband management port in telnet mode. Figure 3-16 Flowchart for logging in to and configuring the system through the inband management port in telnet mode

Start Set up the network environment Configure IP address of maintenance network port No

WAN environment or not? Yes Set route

Run the telnet application

Log in to the system

End

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Procedure
Step 1 Set up the configuration environment. l If you log in to the UA5000 in the LAN inband management mode through telnet, set up a network environment according to the networking shown in Figure 3-14. l If you log in to the UA5000 in the WAN inband management mode through telnet, set up a network environment according to the networking shown in Figure 3-15. Step 2 Configure the IP address of the maintenance network port. In the Meth mode, run the ip address command to configure the IP address of the maintenance network port.
NOTE

The default IP address of the maintenance Ethernet port is 10.11.18.1, and the subnet mask is 255.255.255.0. You can configure the IP address of the maintenance Ethernet port based on the actual network planning.
huawei(config)#interface meth 0 huawei(config-if-meth0)#ip address 10.10.20.1 24 huawei(config-if-meth0)#quit

Step 3 Configure an NMS route. If the LAN management environment is set up as shown in Figure 3-14, no route needs to be added. If the remote WAN management environment is set up as shown in Figure 3-15, run the ip route-static command to add a route to the next hop. Step 4 Run the telnet application. Choose Start > Run from the main menu on the maintenance terminal. On the Open address bar of the Run interface, enter telnet X.X.X.X (X.X.X.X indicates the IP address of the maintenance network port on the UA5000), as shown in Figure 3-17 (Windows is considered as an example), and then click OK to display the remote login dialog box. Figure 3-17 Interface of running the telnet application

Step 5 Log in to the system. In the remote login dialog box, enter the user name and the password. By default, the user name is root and the password is admin. After you log in to the system successfully, a message is displayed indicating that the login is successful, as show in the following message.
>>User name:root >>User password:

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Huawei HONET UA5000 Universal Access Unit. Copyright(C) Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 1998-2010. All rights reserved.

----End

Result
After logging to the system, you can maintain and manage the UA5000. For the basic information on how to use the CLI, see CLI Operations.

3.5.4 Login in the SSH Mode (Inband Management)


This topic describes how to log in to the UA5000 in secure shell (SSH) mode through the uplink port (inband management port) and then maintain and manage the UA5000. In SSH mode, the authentication, encryption, and authorization are provided to ensure the security of network communications. When you remotely log in to the UA5000 through the network whose security cannot be ensured, the secure information and the powerful authentication function can be provided in SSH mode so that the UA5000 is protected from IP address-spoofing or plain text password interception attack.

Prerequisite
l You must log in to the UA5000 through the local serial port and the IP address and the subnet mask must be configured for the UA5000. For detailed configuration, see 3.5.1 Login in the Local Serial Port Mode. The IP address of the maintenance terminal has been correctly configured. For the process of configuring the IP address for the maintenance terminal, see A.1 Configuring the Maintenance Terminal.
NOTE

In the following operations, the configuration of the UA5000 must be performed through the local serial port.

Networking Inband Management over a LAN


Figure 3-18 shows the example network for configuring the inband management over a LAN in SSH mode. Figure 3-18 Example network for configuring the inband management over a LAN in SSH mode

LAN

PC1

PC2
0/3/0
COM ETH

PC3 UA5000

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Networking Inband Management over a WAN


Figure 3-19 shows the example network for configuring the inband management over a WAN in SSH mode. Figure 3-19 Example network for configuring the inband management over a WAN in SSH mode

Router

PC

0/3/0
COM ETH

IPMB

UA5000

Data Plan SSH Mode


Table 3-13 provides the data plan for configuring the inband management over a LAN or WAN in SSH mode. Table 3-13 Data plan for configuring the inband management over a LAN or WAN in SSH mode Item UA5000 Data User name: huawei User authentication mode: RSA public key authentication Maintenance terminal IP address: 10.10.21.1/24 Client software: PuTTY Password convertors: PuTTY.exe, PuTTYGen.exe, and sshkey.exe Router IP address of the router connected to the UA5000: 10.10.20.254/24
NOTE Only the WAN requires the router.

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Configuration Flowchart
Figure 3-20 shows the flowchart for logging in to and configuring the system through the inband management port in SSH mode.

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Figure 3-20 Flowchart for logging in to and configuring the system in SSH mode

Start

Set up configuration environment Configure IP address of VLAN L3 interface

Is it a WAN environment? Yes Add a network management route Create a user

No

Create the local key pair in SSH mode PasswordAuthentication mode

Set SSH user authentication mode rsa, all, and passwordpublickey authentication mode Generate the RSA public key Generate the SSH user public key Assign the public key to the SSH user

Log in to the system in SSH mode End

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Procedure
Step 1 Set up the configuration environment. l If you log in to the UA5000 through the inband management over a LAN in SSH mode, set up a network environment according to Figure 3-18. l If you log in to the UA5000 through the inband management over a WAN in SSH mode, set up a network environment according to Figure 3-19. Step 2 Create a network management VLAN and add an uplink port to the VLAN. Run the vlan command to create a network management VLAN.
huawei(config)#vlan 30 standard huawei(config)#port vlan 30 0/2 0

Step 3 Configure an inband network management route. If the LAN management environment is set up as shown in Figure 3-18, no route needs to be added. If the remote WAN management environment is set up as shown in Figure 3-19, run the ip route-static command to add a route. Step 4 Create a user. Add a user. The profile is operator, the user name and the password are huawei1, the level is operator, and the number of times for login is 4.
huawei(config)#terminal user name User Name(length<6,15>):huawei1 User Password(length<6,15>): Confirm Password (length<6,15>): User profile name(<=15 chars)[root]:operator User's Level: 1. Common User 2. Operator 3. Administrator:2 Permitted Reenter Number(0--4):4 User's Appended Info(<=30 chars): Adding user succeeds Repeat this operation? (y/n)[n]:n

Step 5 Create the local RSA key pair. Run the rsa local-key-pair create command to create the local RSA key pair.

CAUTION
To log in to the system in SSH mode successfully, you need to configure and create the local RSA key pair first. Before performing other configurations in SSH mode, create the local key pair in SSH mode.
huawei(config)#rsa local-key-pair create The key name will be: Host % RSA keys defined for Host already exist. Confirm to replace them? [y/n]:y The range of public key size is (512 ~ 2048). NOTES: If the key modulus is greater than 512,

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It will take a few minutes. Input the bits in the modulus[default = 512]: Generating keys... .....++++++++++++ ....++++++++++++ .......................++++++++ ........++++++++

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Step 6 Set the SSH user authentication mode. Run the ssh user authentication-type rsa command to select the SSH user authentication mode. The SSH user authentication mode is classified into the following four types and the rsa authentication mode is considered as an example here. l password: The common password is used for authentication. l rsa: The RSA public key is used for authentication. l all: The password or RSA key is used for authentication. It indicates that an SSH user can log in to the device after the user has passed the password or RSA authentication. l password-publickey: The password and public key are used for authentication. It indicates that an SSH user can log in to the device only after the user has passed both the password and RSA authentication.
huawei(config)#ssh user huawei authentication-type rsa

Step 7 Generate the RSA public key. 1. Run the key generator (considering the PuTTY as an example). Run the key generator PUTTYGEN.EXE.Figure 3-21 shows the interface of the key generator. Figure 3-21 Interface of the key generator

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Generate the client key. Select SSH-2 RSA as the key type in the Parameters area, click Generate, and move the cursor according to the prompt to generate the client key.Figure 3-22 shows the interface of the key generator. Figure 3-22 Interface of the key generator

After generating the key, click Save public key and Save private key to save the public key and the private key.Figure 3-23 shows the interface of saving the public key and the private key.

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Figure 3-23 Interface of saving the public key and the private key

3.

Generate the RSA public key. Start sshkey.exe, the password convertor on the client, click Browse, select the public key file that is saved, and then click Convert to convert the client public key to the RSA public key.Figure 3-24 shows the interface of converting the client public key to the RSA public key.

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Figure 3-24 Interface of converting the client public key to the RSA public key

Step 8 Generate the public key for the SSH user. Create the RSA public key and copy the RSA public key to the server in the config-rsa-key-code mode.
huawei(config)#rsa peer-public-key key huawei(config-rsa-public-key)#public-key-code begin Enter "RSA key code" view, return last view with "public-key-code end". huawei(config-rsa-key-code)#30818602 81805A01 625279EF 5E4CD503 916C9DB5 huawei(config-rsa-key-code)#C901D4CA 207C77D3 4EF25B04 9897BD24 997BF61B huawei(config-rsa-key-code)#F82B6F06 55ACCDB9 F7DC1474 9E6518EE B1A543FF huawei(config-rsa-key-code)#111BD11C 683A023B A4295550 DA13F6BE 3190A2A8 huawei(config-rsa-key-code)#4FBAA365 F6E796A0 B02CB6F9 8491A373 9B4A0876 huawei(config-rsa-key-code)#BBA2C7BA E1974104 AD165E98 18CF0201 25 huawei(config-rsa-key-code)#public-key-code end huawei(config-rsa-public-key)#peer-public-key end

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Step 9 Assign the public key to the SSH user. Run the ssh user assign rsa-key command to assign the public key to user huawei.
huawei(config)#ssh user huawei assign rsa-key key

Step 10 Log in to the system. 1. Run the client software. Start the putty.exe, the SSH client tool. Choose SSH > Auth from the navigation tree to specify the RSA private key file, as shown in Figure 3-25. Then, click Browse to display the file selecting dialog box. In the dialog box, select the private key file and click OK.
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Figure 3-25 Interface of the SSH client software

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Log in to the system. Choose Session from the navigation tree, and then enter the IP address of the UA5000 in the Host Name (or IP address) text box, as shown in Figure 3-26. Then, click Open to log in to the system. Figure 3-26 Interface of logging in to the system through the SSH client software

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The user authentication mode is set to RSA. Therefore, the system displays a message, as shown in Figure 3-27. After entering the corresponding user name (huawei), you can log in to the system. Figure 3-27 Interface of logging in to the system through the SSH client software

----End

Result
After logging to the system, you can maintain and manage the UA5000. For the basic information on how to use the CLI, see CLI Operations.

3.5.5 Login in the SSH Mode (Outband Management)


This topic describes how to log in to the UA5000 in secure shell (SSH) mode through the maintenance network port (outband management port) and then maintain and manage the UA5000. In SSH mode, the authentication, encryption, and authorization are provided to ensure the security of network communications. When you remotely log in to the UA5000 through the network whose security cannot be ensured, the secure information and the powerful authentication function can be provided in SSH mode so that the UA5000 is protected from IP address-spoofing or plain text password interception attack.

Prerequisite
l You must log in to the UA5000 through the local serial port and the IP address and the subnet mask must be configured for the UA5000. For detailed configuration, see 3.5.1 Login in the Local Serial Port Mode.
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The IP address of the maintenance terminal has been correctly configured. For the process of configuring the IP address for the maintenance terminal, see A.1 Configuring the Maintenance Terminal.
NOTE

In the following operations, the configuration of the UA5000 must be performed through the local serial port.

Networking Outband Management over a Local Area Network (LAN)


Figure 3-28 shows the example network for configuring the outband management over a LAN in SSH mode. Figure 3-28 Example network for configuring the outband management over a LAN in SSH mode

COM ETH IPMB LAN UA5000

PC

PC

PC

Networking Outband Management over a Wide Area Network (WAN)


Figure 3-29 shows the example network for configuring the outband management over a WAN in SSH mode. Figure 3-29 Example network for outband management over a WAN in SSH mode

PC LAN Router
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Data Plan SSH Mode


Table 3-14 provides the data plan for configuring the outband management over a LAN or WAN in SSH mode. Table 3-14 Data plan for configuring the outband management over a LAN or WAN in SSH mode Item UA5000 Data User name: huawei User authentication mode: RSA public key authentication Maintenance terminal IP address: 10.10.21.1/24 Client software: PuTTY Password convertors: PuTTY.exe, PuTTYGen.exe, and sshkey.exe Router IP address of the router connected to the UA5000: 10.10.20.254/24
NOTE Only the WAN requires the router.

Configuration Flowchart
Figure 3-30 shows the flowchart for logging in to and configuring the system through the outband management port in SSH mode.

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Figure 3-30 Flowchart for logging in to and configuring the system in SSH mode

Start

Set up configuration environment Configure IP address of maintenance Ethernet interface

Is it a WAN environment? Yes Add a network management route Create a user

No

Create the local key pair in SSH mode PasswordAuthentication mode

Set SSH user authentication mode rsa, all, and passwordpublickey authentication mode Generate the RSA public key Generate the SSH user public key Assign the public key to the SSH user

Log in to the system in SSH mode End

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Procedure
Step 1 Set up the configuration environment. l If you log in to the UA5000 through the outband management over a LAN in SSH mode, set up a network environment according to the networking shown in Figure 3-28. l If you log in to the UA5000 through the outband management over a WAN in SSH mode, set up a network environment according to the networking shown in Figure 3-29. Step 2 Configure the IP address of the maintenance network port. In the Meth mode, run the ip address command to configure the IP address of the maintenance network port.
NOTE

The default IP address of the maintenance Ethernet port is 10.11.18.1, and the subnet mask is 255.255.255.0. You can configure the IP address of the maintenance Ethernet port based on the actual network planning.
huawei(config)#interface meth 0 huawei(config-if-meth0)#ip address 10.10.20.1 24 huawei(config-if-meth0)#quit

Step 3 Configure an NMS route. If the LAN management environment is set up as shown in Figure 3-28, no route needs to be added. If the remote WAN management environment is set up as shown in Figure 3-29, run the ip route-static command to add a route. Step 4 Create a user. Add a user. The profile is operator, the user name and the password are huawei1, the level is operator, and the number of times for login is 4.
huawei(config)#terminal user name User Name(length<6,15>):huawei1 User Password(length<6,15>): Confirm Password (length<6,15>): User profile name(<=15 chars)[root]:operator User's Level: 1. Common User 2. Operator 3. Administrator:2 Permitted Reenter Number(0--4):4 User's Appended Info(<=30 chars): Adding user succeeds Repeat this operation? (y/n)[n]:n

Step 5 Create the local RSA key pair. Run the rsa local-key-pair create command to create the local RSA key pair.

CAUTION
To log in to the system in SSH mode successfully, you need to configure and create the local RSA key pair first. Before performing other configurations in SSH mode, create the local key pair in SSH mode.

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huawei(config)#rsa local-key-pair create The key name will be: Host % RSA keys defined for Host already exist. Confirm to replace them? [y/n]:y The range of public key size is (512 ~ 2048). NOTES: If the key modulus is greater than 512, It will take a few minutes. Input the bits in the modulus[default = 512]: Generating keys... .....++++++++++++ ....++++++++++++ .......................++++++++ ........++++++++

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Step 6 Set the SSH user authentication mode. Run the ssh user authentication-type rsa command to select the SSH user authentication mode. The SSH user authentication mode is classified into the following four types and the rsa authentication mode is considered as an example here. l password: The common password is used for authentication. l rsa: The RSA public key is used for authentication. l all: The password or RSA key is used for authentication. It indicates that an SSH user can log in to the device after the user has passed the password or RSA authentication. l password-publickey: The password and public key are used for authentication. It indicates that an SSH user can log in to the device only after the user has passed both the password and RSA authentication.
huawei(config)#ssh user huawei authentication-type rsa

Step 7 Generate the RSA public key. 1. Run the key generator (considering the PuTTY as an example). Run the key generator PUTTYGEN.EXE.Figure 3-31 shows the interface of the key generator.

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Figure 3-31 Interface of the key generator

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Generate the client key. Select SSH-2 RSA as the key type in the Parameters area, click Generate, and move the cursor according to the prompt to generate the client key.Figure 3-32 shows the interface of the key generator.

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Figure 3-32 Interface of the key generator

After generating the key, click Save public key and Save private key to save the public key and the private key.Figure 3-33 shows the interface of saving the public key and the private key.

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Figure 3-33 Interface of saving the public key and the private key

3.

Generate the RSA public key. Start sshkey.exe, the password convertor on the client, click Browse, select the public key file that is saved, and then click Convert to convert the client public key to the RSA public key.Figure 3-34 shows the interface of converting the client public key to the RSA public key.

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Figure 3-34 Interface of converting the client public key to the RSA public key

Step 8 Generate the public key for the SSH user. Create the RSA public key and copy the RSA public key to the server in the config-rsa-key-code mode.
huawei(config)#rsa peer-public-key key huawei(config-rsa-public-key)#public-key-code begin Enter "RSA key code" view, return last view with "public-key-code end". huawei(config-rsa-key-code)#30818602 81805A01 625279EF 5E4CD503 916C9DB5 huawei(config-rsa-key-code)#C901D4CA 207C77D3 4EF25B04 9897BD24 997BF61B huawei(config-rsa-key-code)#F82B6F06 55ACCDB9 F7DC1474 9E6518EE B1A543FF huawei(config-rsa-key-code)#111BD11C 683A023B A4295550 DA13F6BE 3190A2A8 huawei(config-rsa-key-code)#4FBAA365 F6E796A0 B02CB6F9 8491A373 9B4A0876 huawei(config-rsa-key-code)#BBA2C7BA E1974104 AD165E98 18CF0201 25 huawei(config-rsa-key-code)#public-key-code end huawei(config-rsa-public-key)#peer-public-key end

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Step 9 Assign the public key to the SSH user. Run the ssh user assign rsa-key command to assign the public key to user huawei.
huawei(config)#ssh user huawei assign rsa-key key

Step 10 Log in to the system. 1. Run the client software. Start the putty.exe, the SSH client tool. Choose SSH > Auth from the navigation tree to specify the RSA private key file, as shown in Figure 3-35. Then, click Browse to display the file selecting dialog box. In the dialog box, select the private key file and click OK.
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Figure 3-35 Interface of the SSH client software

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Log in to the system. Choose Session from the navigation tree, and then enter the IP address of the UA5000 in the Host Name (or IP address) text box, as shown in Figure 3-36. Then, click Open to log in to the system. Figure 3-36 Interface of logging in to the system through the SSH client software

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The user authentication mode is set to RSA. Therefore, the system displays a message, as shown in Figure 3-37. After entering the corresponding user name (huawei), you can log in to the system. Figure 3-37 Interface of logging in to the system through the SSH client software

----End

Result
After logging to the system, you can maintain and manage the UA5000. For the basic information on how to use the CLI, see CLI Operations.

3.6 Checking the Software Version


This topic describes how to check whether the version of the running software meets the requirements for office deployment.

Prerequisite
You must successfully log in to the UA5000. For details, see "3.5 Logging In to the System."

Procedure
Step 1 In the common user mode, run the display language command to check whether the running version of the host software meets the deployment requirements.
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Step 2 In the common user mode, run the display version command to check whether the running version of the board software meets the deployment requirements. ----End

Result
l l The version of the host software and the version of the board software meet the deployment requirements. If there is an inconsistency, contact the Huawei customer service center, or upgrade the host software, if necessary. For details about the upgrade procedures, refer to the UA5000 Upgrade Guide.

3.7 Configuring the Board


This topic describes how to check whether the inserted board is the same as the board required in the data plan and check whether the board runs in the normal state.

Procedure
Step 1 Run the display board command to check whether the board meets the data plan requirement (that is, check whether the board name and the ID of the slot housing the board are the same as the data plan) and check the status of all the boards. l l If no board is lost and all the boards are normal, the operation is complete. If one or more boards are lost, insert the lost boards. Run the board confirm command to confirm the boards that are in the auto-discover state. Then, run the display board command to query the status of all the boards.

----End

Result
The status of all the boards is displayed as "Normal".

3.8 Loading the Script


This topic describes how to load the script file to configure the basic data of the device, which is a preparation for the commissioning of the basic functions of the device.

Prerequisite
l l l The script file must be available. For how to create the script, see the description in A.2 Making a Script. The hardware must be installed and checked. The commissioning terminal must be logged in to the UA5000 successfully.

Precaution
Each command in the script file must end with an Enter character.
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Procedure
Step 1 Open the script file and copy the commands in the file into the maintenance command line interface (CLI). ----End

Result
All the commands in the script are automatically executed successfully.

3.9 Detecting the Power on the Optical Port


This topic describes how to detect the mean launched optical power and the actual input optical power to check whether the transmit optical transceiver and the receive optical transceiver are in the normal state.

3.9.1 Detecting the Average Transmit Optical Power of a Two-Fiber Bidirectional Optical Port
This topic describes how to detect the average transmit optical power of a two-fiber bidirectional optical port to ensure that the average transmit optical power of the optical port is in the normal range.

Prerequisite
A calibrated optical power meter, the patch cords with different splices, and an optical connector must be available.

Precautions

DANGER
Do not look into the Tx laser port and the fiber connector on the optical interface board without eye protection. l l l l Use the unit dBm of the optical power meter for the detection. Use the single-mode optical fiber for the single-mode optical module and the multi-mode optical fiber for the multi-mode optical module. The fiber interface and the optical connector on the optical interface board must be clean and connected properly. The length of the patch cord used for the detection is 2-5 m generally. It is recommended that you use the new patch cord.

Procedure
Step 1 Connect one end of the patch cord of the optical power meter to the Tx connector of the detected port, and the other end to the optical power meter, as shown in Figure 3-38.
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Figure 3-38 Detecting the transmit optical power of an optical port

T Tx x

R Rx x Optical port / Optical power meter UA5000

Step 2 Set the detecting wavelength of the optical power meter based on the working wavelength of the detected port. Step 3 Use the optical power meter for the detection. After the value displayed on the optical power meter stops changing rapidly and turns stable gradually, record the optical power value. Step 4 Repeat the preceding steps three times, and then check whether the detected value of the optical power meets technical requirements (determined by the specifications of different optical modules). Step 5 If the detected optical power value does not meet the technical requirements (see the following table for the detailed technical specifications), check whether the detecting wavelength set by the optical power meter is consistent with the transmit wavelength of the optical module. In addition, check whether the connection point of the optical port is loose. Step 6 After the detected optical power value meets the technical requirements, resume the fiber connection of the detected port. ----End

Result
The transmit optical power of the measured port complies with the technical specifications. The technical specifications for the optical power are as follows:

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1000Base-Lx
Table 3-15 Technical specifications of the 1000base-Lx port Parameter Transmission rate Interface type Interface mode Transmission distance (km) Central wavelength (nm) Mean transmit power (dBm) Extinction ratio (dB) Receiver sensitivity (dBm) Receiver overload power (dBm) Standards compliance Specification 1000 Mbit/s LC Single mode 10 1310 -11 to -3 8.2 < -19 -3 IEEE 802.3z

1000Base-Zx
Table 3-16 Technical specifications of the 1000Base-Zx port Parameter Transmission rate Interface type Interface mode Transmission distance (km) Operating wavelength (nm) Mean transmit power (dBm) Extinction ratio (dB) Receiver sensitivity (dBm) Receiver overload power (dBm) Standards compliance Specification 1000 Mbit/s LC Single mode 40 1550 -5 to 0 9.0 < -21 -3 IEEE 802.3z 80 1550 -3 to +2 9.0 < -23 -3

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100Base-Fx
Table 3-17 Technical specifications of the 100Base-Fx port Parameter Transmission rate Interface type Interface mode Transmission distance (km) Central wavelength (nm) Mean transmit power (dBm) Extinction ratio (dB) Receiver sensitivity (dBm) Receiver overload power (dBm) Standards compliance Specification 100 Mbit/s Lucent connector (LC) Multi-mode 2 1310 -19 to -14 10 < -30 -14 IEEE 802.3u Single mode 15 1310 -15 to -8 8.2 < -31 -8 Single mode 40 1310 -5 to 0 8.2 < -36 -8

1000Base-Sx
Table 3-18 Technical specifications of the 100Base-Sx port Parameter Transmission rate Interface type Interface mode Transmission distance (m) Mean transmit power (dBm) Central wavelength (nm) Extinction ratio (dB) Receiver sensitivity (dBm) Receiver overload power (dBm) Standards compliance Specification 1000 Mbit/s LC Multi-mode 500 -9.5 to -4 850 9 < -17 0 IEEE 802.3z

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3.9.2 Detecting the Actual Input Optical Power of a Two-Fiber Bidirectional Optical Port
This topic describes how to detect the actual input optical power of a two-fiber bidirectional optical port to ensure that the actual input optical power of the optical port is in the normal range.

Prerequisite
A calibrated optical attenuator, an optical power meter, the patch cords with different splices, and an optical connector must be available.

Precautions

DANGER
Do not look into the Tx laser port and the fiber connector on the optical interface board without eye protection. l l l l Use the unit dBm of the optical power meter for the detecion. Use the single-mode optical fiber for the single-mode optical module and the multi-mode optical fiber for the multi-mode optical module. The fiber interface and the optical connector on the front panel of the optical interface board must be clean and connected properly. The length of the patch cord used for the detection is 2-5 m generally. It is recommended that you use the new patch cord.

Procedure
Step 1 Connect the device properly as shown in Figure 3-39. Figure 3-39 Detecting the input optical power of an optical port

TX Tx

Tx

ODF

ODF

Detected port
Rx Rx

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Step 2 Set the detecting wavelength of the optical power meter based on the working wavelength of the detected port. Step 3 On the UA5000, configure a channel from an uplink port to the detected port. Step 4 Increase the optical attenuation gradually. When a small number of packets are lost, decrease the optical attenuation gradually until no packet is lost in a short period (method: ping the peer device on the UA5000 to check the packet loss condition). Then, stop adjustment the optical attenuation. (Note: Adjust the attenuation slowly and stably as much as possibly.) Step 5 Unplug the RX patch cord of the detected port, connect the unplugged RX patch cord to the optical power meter, and record the input optical power of this point through the optical power meter. Step 6 If the detected optical power value does not meet the technical requirements (see the following table for the detailed technical specifications), check whether the detecting wavelength set by the optical power meter is consistent with the transmit wavelength of the optical module. In addition, check whether the connection point of the optical port is loose. Step 7 After the detected optical power value meets the technical requirements, resume the fiber connection of the detected port. ----End

Result
The input optical power of the measured port complies with the technical specifications. The technical specifications for the optical power are as follows:

1000Base-Lx
Table 3-19 Technical specifications of the 1000base-Lx port Parameter Transmission rate Interface type Interface mode Transmission distance (km) Central wavelength (nm) Mean transmit power (dBm) Extinction ratio (dB) Receiver sensitivity (dBm) Receiver overload power (dBm) Standards compliance Specification 1000 Mbit/s LC Single mode 10 1310 -11 to -3 8.2 < -19 -3 IEEE 802.3z

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1000Base-Zx
Table 3-20 Technical specifications of the 1000Base-Zx port Parameter Transmission rate Interface type Interface mode Transmission distance (km) Operating wavelength (nm) Mean transmit power (dBm) Extinction ratio (dB) Receiver sensitivity (dBm) Receiver overload power (dBm) Standards compliance Specification 1000 Mbit/s LC Single mode 40 1550 -5 to 0 9.0 < -21 -3 IEEE 802.3z 80 1550 -3 to +2 9.0 < -23 -3

100Base-Fx
Table 3-21 Technical specifications of the 100Base-Fx port Parameter Transmission rate Interface type Interface mode Transmission distance (km) Central wavelength (nm) Mean transmit power (dBm) Extinction ratio (dB) Receiver sensitivity (dBm) Receiver overload power (dBm) Standards compliance Specification 100 Mbit/s Lucent connector (LC) Multi-mode 2 1310 -19 to -14 10 < -30 -14 IEEE 802.3u Single mode 15 1310 -15 to -8 8.2 < -31 -8 Single mode 40 1310 -5 to 0 8.2 < -36 -8

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1000Base-Sx
Table 3-22 Technical specifications of the 100Base-Sx port Parameter Transmission rate Interface type Interface mode Transmission distance (m) Mean transmit power (dBm) Central wavelength (nm) Extinction ratio (dB) Receiver sensitivity (dBm) Receiver overload power (dBm) Standards compliance Specification 1000 Mbit/s LC Multi-mode 500 -9.5 to -4 850 9 < -17 0 IEEE 802.3z

3.9.3 Detecting the Average Transmit Optical Power of the SingleFiber Bidirectional Optical Port
This topic describes how to detect the average transmit power of a single-fiber bidirectional optical port from the local end to ensure that the average transmit optical power of the optical port is in the normal state.

Prerequisite
Prepare properly a calibrated optical power meter and the patch cords with different splices.

Precautions

DANGER
Pay attention to personal safety. Do not look at the laser transmit port and the optical fiber interface on the optical interface board. l l l Select the dBm unit of the optical power meter for the detection. Use the single-mode optical fiber for the single-mode optical module and the multi-mode optical fiber for the multi-mode optical module. The fiber interface and the optical connector on the front panel of the optical interface board must be clean and be connected properly.
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The length of the patch cord used for the detection is 2-5 m generally. It is recommended that you use the new patch cord.

Procedure
Step 1 Unplug the fiber of the detected port. Connect one end of the detected patch cord to the detected port, and the other end to the optical power meter, as shown in Figure 3-40. Figure 3-40 Detecting the transmit optical power of a single-fiber bidirectional optical port

T Rxx /Tx

Detected port

R x / Optical port Optical power meter UA5000

NOTE

Select the proper patch codes with different splices because the optical power meter may have different interfaces.

Step 2 Set the detecting wavelength of the optical power meter based on the working wavelength of the detected port. Step 3 Observe the reading on the optical power meter, and then record the value of the optical power after the reading is stable. This value of the optical power is the actual average transmit optical power of the port. Step 4 Repeat the preceding steps for three times, and then check whether the detected value of the optical power meets the technical requirements. Step 5 If the detected optical power value does not meet the technical requirement, check whether the detecting wavelength set by the optical power meter is consistent with the sent wavelength of the optical module. In addition, check whether the optical port connection is loose. Step 6 After the detected optical power value meets the technical requirement, resume the fiber connection of the detected port. ----End
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Result
The transmit optical power of the detected port meets the technical requirements. Technical specifications of the optical fiber port:

1000Base-Lx
Table 3-23 Technical specifications of the 1000base-Lx port Parameter Transmission rate Interface type Interface mode Transmission distance (km) Central wavelength (nm) Mean transmit power (dBm) Extinction ratio (dB) Receiver sensitivity (dBm) Receiver overload power (dBm) Standards compliance Specification 1000 Mbit/s LC Single mode 10 1310 11 to 3 8.2 <19 -3 IEEE 802.3z

1000Base-Zx
Table 3-24 Technical specifications of the 1000Base-Zx port Parameter Transmission rate Interface type Interface mode Transmission distance (km) Operating wavelength (nm) Mean transmit power (dBm) Extinction ratio (dB) Receiver sensitivity (dBm) Receiver overload power (dBm)
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Specification IEEE 802.3z

100Base-Fx
Table 3-25 Technical specifications of the 100Base-Fx port Parameter Transmission rate Interface type Interface mode Transmission distance (km) Central wavelength (nm) Mean transmit power (dBm) Extinction ratio (dB) Receiver sensitivity (dBm) Receiver overload power (dBm) Standards compliance Specification 100 Mbit/s Lucent connector (LC) Multi-mode 2 1310 -19 to -14 10 <-30 -14 IEEE 802.3u Single mode 15 1310 -15 to -8 8.2 <-31 -8 Single mode 40 1310 -5 to 0 8.2 <-36 -8

1000Base-Sx
Table 3-26 Technical specifications of the 100Base-Sx port Parameter Transmission rate Interface type Interface mode Transmission distance (m) Mean transmit power (dBm) Central wavelength (nm) Extinction ratio (dB) Receiver sensitivity (dBm) Receiver overload power (dBm)
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Specification IEEE 802.3z

GPON
Table 3-27 Specifications of the GPON port Parameter Transmission rate Description Receive: 1.25 Gbit/s Transmit: 2.5 Gbit/s Interface type Maximum transmission distance Standards compliance Central wavelength SC/PC 20 km ITUT G984.2 CLASS B+ Transmit: 1490 nm Receive: 1310 nm Transmit optical power Extinction ratio Maximum receive sensitivity Overload optical power 1.5-5.0 dBm 10 dB -28 dBm -8 dBm

EPON
Table 3-28 Specifications of the EPON port Parameter Transmission rate Interface type Maximum transmission distance Central wavelength Description 1.25 Gbit/s SC/PC 20 km Transmit: 1490 nm Receive: 1310 nm Transmit optical power Maximum receive sensitivity Overload optical power
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3.9.4 Detecting the Actual Input Power of the Single-Fiber Bidirectional Optical Port
This topic describes how to detect the actual input optical power of a single-fiber bidirectional optical port to ensure that the actual input optical power of the optical port is in the normal range.

Prerequisite
Prepare properly a calibrated attenuator and an optical power meter.

Precautions

DANGER
Pay attention to personal safety. Do not look at the laser transmit port and the optical fiber interface on the optical interface board. l l l l Select the dBm unit of the optical power meter for the detection. The single-fiber bidirectional optical module is multimode. Use the multimode fiber. The fiber interface and the optical connector on the front panel of the optical interface board must be clean and properly connected. The length of the patch cord used for the detection is 2-5 m generally. It is recommended that you use the new patch cord.

Procedure
Step 1 Connect the device properly based on Figure 3-41. Figure 3-41 Diagram of detecting the input optical power of the single-fiber bidirectional optical port

TX Tx Rx/Tx

ODF

ODF

Tx Rx/Tx

Detected port

Rx

Rx

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Step 2 Set the detecting wavelength of the optical power meter based on the working wavelength of the detected port. Step 3 On the UA5000, configure the channel from an uplink port to the detected port. Step 4 Increase the value of the optical attenuation gradually. When a small number of packets are lost, decrease the value of the optical attenuation gradually. Stop adjusting the optical attenuation until no packets are lost in a short period (you can ping the peer device on the UA5000 to check the packet loss). Note that the adjusting process should be performed stably and slowly. Step 5 Unplug the patch cord of the detected port, connect the unplugged patch cord to the optical power meter, and record the input optical power of this point through the optical power meter. Step 6 If the detected optical power does not meet the technical requirement (for detailed technical specifications, see the following table), check whether the detecting wavelength set for the optical power meter is consistent with the working wavelength input by the detected power. In addition, check whether the optical port is connected tightly. Step 7 If the detected value meets the technical standard, resume the fiber connection of the detected port. ----End

Result
The input optical power of the detected port meets the technical requirements. Technical specifications of the optical fiber port:

1000Base-Lx
Table 3-29 Technical specifications of the 1000base-Lx port Parameter Transmission rate Interface type Interface mode Transmission distance (km) Central wavelength (nm) Mean transmit power (dBm) Extinction ratio (dB) Receiver sensitivity (dBm) Receiver overload power (dBm) Standards compliance Specification 1000 Mbit/s LC Single mode 10 1310 -11 to -3 8.2 < -19 -3 IEEE 802.3z

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Table 3-30 Technical specifications of the 1000Base-Zx port Parameter Transmission rate Interface type Interface mode Transmission distance (km) Operating wavelength (nm) Mean transmit power (dBm) Extinction ratio (dB) Receiver sensitivity (dBm) Receiver overload power (dBm) Standards compliance Specification 1000 Mbit/s LC Single mode 40 1550 -5 to 0 9.0 < -21 -3 IEEE 802.3z 80 1550 -3 to +2 9.0 < -23 -3

100Base-Fx
Table 3-31 Technical specifications of the 100Base-Fx port Parameter Transmission rate Interface type Interface mode Transmission distance (km) Central wavelength (nm) Mean transmit power (dBm) Extinction ratio (dB) Receiver sensitivity (dBm) Receiver overload power (dBm) Standards compliance Specification 100 Mbit/s Lucent connector (LC) Multi-mode 2 1310 -19 to -14 10 <-30 -14 IEEE 802.3u Single mode 15 1310 -15 to -8 8.2 <-31 -8 Single mode 40 1310 -5 to 0 8.2 <-36 -8

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Table 3-32 Technical specifications of the 100Base-Sx port Parameter Transmission rate Interface type Interface mode Transmission distance (m) Mean transmit power (dBm) Central wavelength (nm) Extinction ratio (dB) Receiver sensitivity (dBm) Receiver overload power (dBm) Standards compliance Specification 1000 Mbit/s LC Multi-mode 500 -9.5 to -4 850 9 < -17 0 IEEE 802.3z

GPON
Table 3-33 Specifications of the GPON port Parameter Transmission rate Description Receive: 1.25 Gbit/s Transmit: 2.5 Gbit/s Interface type Maximum transmission distance Standards compliance Central wavelength SC/PC 20 km ITUT G984.2 CLASS B+ Transmit: 1490 nm Receive: 1310 nm Transmit optical power Extinction ratio Maximum receive sensitivity Overload optical power 1.5-5.0 dBm 10 dB -28 dBm -8 dBm

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EPON
Table 3-34 Specifications of the EPON port Parameter Transmission rate Interface type Maximum transmission distance Central wavelength Description 1.25 Gbit/s SC/PC 20 km Transmit: 1490 nm Receive: 1310 nm Transmit optical power Maximum receive sensitivity Overload optical power 2-7 dBm -27 dBm -6 dBm

3.10 Checking the Status of the Service Port


This topic describes how to check whether the service port is in the normal state.

Context
NOTE

The UA5000 provides various service ports. The following procedure describes how to check the status of the ADSL2+ port.

Procedure
Step 1 In global config mode, run the interface adsl command to enter the ADSL mode. Step 2 Run the display port state command to check whether the service port is in the normal state. ----End

Result
All the service ports are in the normal state, that is, "Status" of all the service ports is "Activated".

3.11 Changing the System Name


This topic describes how to customize the useful system name to differentiate UA5000s. This facilitates the management of the UA5000.

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Context
l l l By default, the system name is UA5000. The system name takes effect immediately after it is changed. After the system name is changed, the CLI prompt character changes to the new name accordingly.

Procedure
Step 1 Run the sysname command to change the system name. ----End

Result
The CLI prompt character changes to the system name that is set after the command is executed successfully.

3.12 Configuring the System User


When accessing, configuring, and managing the UA5000, you need to add the system operation users with different attributes. This topic describes how to add system operation users and modify the attributes of the system operation users.

3.12.1 Adding the System User


When accessing and configuring the UA5000, you need to add the system users with different attributes to facilitate management.

Prerequisite
You must have the administrator right or higher right.

Context
l The super user and the administrator have the right to add a user at a lower level, that is: The super user can add an administrator, an operator, or a common user. The administrator can add only an operator or a common user. l l l The user name must be unique, and cannot be online. The super user and the administrator can add multiple users consecutively. Up to 127 (total 128 including the root user) users can be added to the system. The system supports up to 6 concurrently online terminal users (4 Telnet users and 2 other users).

When adding a system user, you must configure the user attributes, including the account, password, rights profile, right, permitted reenter number, and appended information, as shown in Table 3-35.
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Table 3-35 User attributes User Attribute Account Description Also named user name, which consists of 6-15 printable characters and is unique in a system. An account cannot contain any space and it is case insensitive. Also named password, which consists of 6-15 characters. A password contains at least one number and one letter and it is case sensitive. The name of a user profile consists of 1-15 printable characters. A user profile includes the validity period of the user name, validity period of the password, login time, and logout time. Users are classified into three levels: common user, operator, and administrator.
NOTE The assigned operation rights are different. Therefore, UA5000 divides the user operation rights into the following levels: common user, operator, administrator, and super user. The users of each level can add only lower-level users. The user operation rights are as follows. l Common users can perform basic system operations and simple query operations. l Operators can configure the device and the services. l For the administrator and the super user, they have the following similarities and differences: l Similarities: l Perform all configurations. l Maintain and manage the device, user account, and user right. l Differences: l Only one super user exists in the system; however, multiple administrators can coexist in the system. l The super user can add an administrator, but an administrator has no right to add the super user.

Password User profile

Authority

Permitted reenter number Appended information

The permitted reenter number determines whether a user name can be used to log in to the system from several terminals at the same time. The permitted reenter number ranges from 0 to 4, and is generally set to 1. Appended information is a type of additional information about the user. It consists of a string of 0-30 characters. It can be the telephone number or the address of a user.

Procedure
Step 1 Run the terminal user name command to add a user that is consistent with the actual data plan. Step 2 Run the display terminal user command to query the user information. ----End

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Result
The queried user information is the same as the actual data plan.

Example
Example: Under the administrator level, to add a system user with the account of huawei, password of test01, and level of common user, permitted reenter number of 3, and appended information of user, do as follows:
huawei(config)#terminal user name User Name(length<6,15>):huawei User Password(length<6,15>):test01//It is not displayed on the maintenance terminal. Confirm Password(length<6,15>):test01//It is not displayed on the maintenance terminal. User profile name(<=15 chars)[root]: User's Level: 1. Common User 2. Operator:1 Permitted Reenter Number(0--4):3 User's Appended Info(<=30 chars):user Adding user succeeds Repeat this operation? (y/n)[n]:n huawei(config)#display terminal user name huawei ---------------------------------------------------------------------------Name Level Status Reenter Profile Append Num Info --------------------------------------------------------------------------huawei User Offline 3 root user ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

3.12.2 Modifying the System User Attributes


When the system user attributes do not comply with the current data plan, the system user attributes including the password, rights, permitted reenter number, and appended information need to be modified.

Prerequisite
For details about the user right, see Background.

Context
Table 3-36 lists the user attributes that can be modified and the related restrictions. Table 3-36 Modifying the user attributes User Attribute Password Description l The super user and the administrator can change their own passwords and the passwords of users at lower levels. When changing the password of a user at a lower level, the super user and the administrator need not enter the old password. l The common user and the operator can change only their own passwords, but they must enter their old passwords for this purpose.

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User Attribute User profile

Description l The super user and the administrator can modify the profiles bound to them and the profiles bound to users at lower levels. l The user name and the password must meet the specifications described in the user profile to be bound. Otherwise, the binding operation fails.

Authority

The super user and the administrator can modify the rights of users at lower levels. In addition, the super user and the administrator can modify the user right only to a level lower than them. l The super user and the administrator can change the permitted reenter number of a user at a lower level. l The permitted reenter number of the super user cannot be changed.

Permitted reenter number

Appended information

l The super user and the administrator can modify their own appended information and the appended information about users at lower levels. l The common user and the operator can modify only their own appended information.

Procedure
Step 1 Modify the system user attributes.
NOTE

Before modifying the user attributes, run the display terminal user command to query the user attributes to be modified.

Run the terminal user password command to change the password of a user. The password of a user consists of 8-15 characters, in which at least one digit and one letter must be contained. The password is case sensitive.

l l l l

Run the terminal user user-profile command to modify the bound profile of a user. Run the terminal user level command to modify the right of a user. Run the terminal user reenter command to change the permitted reenter number of a user. Run the terminal user apdinfo command to modify the appended information about a user. When the system is faulty, you can contact the user by querying the appended information of user. It is recommended that you modify the appended information of the user to the contact information or the address of the user.

Step 2 Query the user information. Run the display terminal user command to query the user information. ----End

Result
The queried user information is consistent with the user attributes that are modified, and login to the UA5000 by using the original user name and password is successful.
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Example
To modify the attributes of user huawei, password to test02, bound profile to operator, right to operator, permitted reenter number to 4, and appended information to operator, do as follows:
huawei(config)#terminal user password User Name(<=15 chars):huawei New Password(length<6,15>):test02//It is not displayed on the console. Confirm Password(length<6,15>):test02//It is not displayed on the console. Information takes effect Repeat this operation? (y/n)[n]:n huawei(config)#terminal user user-profile User Name(<=15 chars):huawei Permitted user-profile[root]:operator Confirm user-profile:operator Configuration will take effect when the user logs on next time. Repeat this operation? (y/n)[n]:n huawei(config)#terminal user level User Name(<=15 chars):huawei 1. Common User 2. Operator: User's Level:2 Confirm Level:2 Information will take effect when this user logs on next time Repeat this operation? (y/n)[n]:n huawei(config)#terminal user reenter User Name(<=15 chars):huawei Permitted Reenter Number(0--4):4 Confirm Reenter Number(0--4):4 Information will take effect when this user logs on next time Repeat this operation? (y/n)[n]:n huawei(config)#terminal user apdinfo User Name(<=15 chars):huawei User's Appended Info(<=30 chars):operator Information takes effect Repeat this operation? (y/n)[n]:n huawei(config)#display terminal user name huawei ---------------------------------------------------------------------------Name Level Status Reenter Profile Append Num Info --------------------------------------------------------------------------huawei Operator Offline 4 operator operator ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

3.13 Checking the System Time


This topic describes how to check whether the system time, time zone, time stamp, and start and end Daylight Saving Time (DST) of the UA5000 are consistent with the actual conditions.

Procedure
Step 1 Check the system time. 1. Run the display time command to query the current system time. If the system time is consistent with the local standard time, you need not change the system time. If the system time is inconsistent with the local standard time, perform the following step. Run the time command to change the system time.
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Step 2 Check the system time zone. 1. Run the display timezone command to query the current system time zone. If the system time zone is consistent with the local standard time zone, you need not change the system time zone. If the system time zone is inconsistent with the local standard time zone, perform the following step. Run the timezone command to change the system time zone.

2.

Step 3 Check the time stamp. 1. Run the display time time-stamp command to query the current system time stamp. If the system time stamp is consistent with the actually-planned time stamp, you need not change the time stamp. If the system time stamp is inconsistent with the actually-planned time stamp, perform the following step.
NOTE

There are two formats of the SNMP interface time between the network management system (NMS) and the network elements (NEs), namely, the UTC time and NE local time. By default, SNMP interface time between the NMS and the NEs uses the NE local time format.

2.

Run the time time-stamp command to change the system time stamp.

Step 4 Check the start and end DST. 1. Run the display time dst command to query the start and end DST of the current system. If the system DST is consistent with the actual DST, you need not change the start and end DST. If the system DST is inconsistent with the actual DST, perform the following step. Run the time dst command to change the start and end DST.

2.

----End

Result
The system time, time zone, time stamp, and start and end DST are consistent with the actual conditions.

3.14 Configuring Environment Monitoring


The UA5000 provides the function of monitoring various environment parameters (such as the temperature, humidity, and power voltage) so that the device runs in the stable environment. This topic describes how to commission the environment monitoring unit (EMU).

3.14.1 Configuring the Environment Monitoring Using the H303ESC


This topic describes how to configure the H303ESC environment monitoring unit (EMU) to monitor the environment where the device is installed.

Prerequisite
The EMU must be properly connected to the host through environment monitoring cables.

Precaution
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The sub-node addresses must be set consistently with the DIP switches on the ESC. See 3.1.1 Checking the Settings of DIP Switches and Jumpers of Environment Monitoring Boards for the settings of the DIP switches. If the system has multiple EMUs, make sure that all the sub-nodes do not conflict with each other.

Mapping Between Monitoring Parameters and Device Ports


Table 3-37 describes the mapping between the monitoring parameters displayed on the host and the ports on the H303ESC. Table 3-37 Mapping between the monitoring parameters displayed on the host and the ports on the H303ESC Monitoring Parameter on Host Analog 0 Analog 1 Analog 2 Device Port F02A Cabinet Equipped with J1Type PDU Temperature Humidity Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring analog parameter Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring analog parameter Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring analog parameter Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring analog parameter Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring analog parameter Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring analog parameter F02A Cabinet Equipped with J2-Type PDU Temperature Humidity Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring analog parameter Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring analog parameter Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring analog parameter Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring analog parameter Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring analog parameter Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring analog parameter

Temperature Humidity JTA1

Analog 3

JTA2

Analog 4

JTA3

Analog 5

JTA4

Analog 6

JTA5

Analog 7

JTA6

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Monitoring Parameter on Host Digital 0

Device Port

F02A Cabinet Equipped with J1Type PDU Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring digital parameter Door status sensor Fans of the upper HABA shelf Fans of the upper HABA shelf Fans of the lower HABA shelf Fans of the lower HABA shelf Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring digital parameter Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring digital parameter Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring digital parameter Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring digital parameter Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring digital parameter Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring digital parameter

F02A Cabinet Equipped with J2-Type PDU Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring digital parameter Door status sensor Protection Power input Output control function SW1 Output control function SW2 Output control function SW3

JTP1 (MDF)

Digital 1 Digital 2 Digital 3 Digital 4 Digital 5 Digital 6

JTM1 (door status) JTD1 JTD2 JTD3 JTD4 JTD5

Digital 7

JTD6

Output control function SW4

Digital 8

JTD7

Fans of the upper HABA shelf

Digital 9

JTD8

Fans of the upper HABA shelf

Digital 10

JTD9

Fans of the lower HABA shelf

Digital 11

JTD10

Fans of the lower HABA shelf

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Monitoring Parameter on Host Digital 12

Device Port

F02A Cabinet Equipped with J1Type PDU Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring digital parameter Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring digital parameter Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring digital parameter Unavailable Unavailable Unavailable Unavailable Unavailable Unavailable Unavailable Unavailable

F02A Cabinet Equipped with J2-Type PDU Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring digital parameter Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring digital parameter Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring digital parameter Unavailable Unavailable Unavailable Unavailable Unavailable Unavailable Unavailable Unavailable

JTD11

Digital 13

JTD12

Digital 14

JTD13

Digital 15 Digital 16 Digital 17 Digital 18 Digital 19 Digital 20 Digital 21 Digital 22

Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved

NOTE

Before adding a user-defined monitoring analog or digital parameter, make sure that the port corresponding to this parameter is properly connected to an environment monitoring cable.

Data Plan
Table 3-38 describes the data plan for configuring the H303ESC in the F02A cabinet equipped with J2-type PDU. Table 3-38 Data plan for configuring the H303ESC Item EMU Data Type: H303ESC SN: 0 Remarks H303ESC is displayed as H303ESC on the CLI. -

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Data Subnode ID: 30

Remarks The serial port of the H303ESC is an RS232 serial port, and the subnode ID must be set to 30. This analog parameter is set according to the actual requirements. The built-in analog parameter is set here to monitor the ambient temperature of the device. When the ambient temperature of the device is equal to or higher than 50C, the host reports an alarm. Default: 55C.

Analog parameters

Analog parameter ID: 0

Upper alarm threshold of analog parameter 0: 50

Lower alarm threshold of analog parameter 0: 10

When the ambient temperature of the device is equal to or lower than 10C, the host reports an alarm. Default: 5C.

Analog parameter ID: 1

This analog parameter is set according to the actual requirements. The built-in analog parameter is set here to monitor the humidity of the device. When the humidity of the device is equal to or higher than 80% RH, the host reports an alarm. Default: 80% RH.

Upper alarm threshold of analog parameter 1: 80% RH

Lower alarm threshold of analog parameter 1: 5% RH

When the humidity of the device is equal to or lower than 5% RH, the host reports an alarm. Default: 0% RH.

Analog parameter ID: 4

The user-defined voltage monitoring analog parameter is added to monitor the voltage of the device. When the voltage of the device is equal to or higher than -75 V, the host reports an alarm. When the voltage of the device is equal to or lower than -45 V, the host reports an alarm. The user-defined voltage alarm of the system is used. -

Upper alarm threshold of analog parameter 4: 75 V Lower alarm threshold of analog parameter 4: 45 V Name of analog parameter 4: Supply_Voltage Alarm ID of analog parameter 4: 3 Unit of analog parameter 4: volt

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Data Sensor type of analog parameter 4: voltage type

Remarks The monitoring digital parameter of the MDF sensor is set here to monitor the MDF status. When the MDF is faulty, the host reports an alarm. Allocated by default (unable to be changed by the user).

Digital parameters

Digital parameter ID: 0

Valid level of digital parameter 0: high level Digital parameter ID: 1

When the high level represents the valid level, the host does not report an alarm in the case of high level. The monitoring digital parameter of the door status sensor is set here to monitor the door status. When the cabinet door is opened, the host reports an alarm. Allocated by default (unable to be changed by the user).

Valid level of digital parameter 1: low level Digital parameter ID: 2

When the low level represents the valid level, the host does not report an alarm in the case of low level. This digital parameter is set according to the actual requirements. The monitoring digital parameter of the fan tray is set here to monitor the status of the fan tray. When the fan tray is faulty, the host reports an alarm. When the low level represents the valid level, the host does not report an alarm in the case of low level. This digital parameter is set according to the actual requirements. The monitoring digital parameter of the fan tray is set here to monitor the status of the fan tray. When the fan tray is faulty, the host reports an alarm. When the low level represents the valid level, the host does not report an alarm in the case of low level. This digital parameter is set according to the actual requirements. The monitoring digital parameter of the fan tray is set here to monitor the status of the fan tray. When the fan tray is faulty, the host reports an alarm.

Valid level of digital parameter 2: low level Digital parameter ID: 3

Valid level of digital parameter 3: low level Digital parameter ID: 4

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Data Valid level of digital parameter 4: low level Digital parameter ID: 5

Remarks When the low level represents the valid level, the host does not report an alarm in the case of low level. This digital parameter is set according to the actual requirements. The monitoring digital parameter of the fan tray is set here to monitor the status of the fan tray. When the fan tray is faulty, the host reports an alarm. When the low level represents the valid level, the host does not report an alarm in the case of low level. This digital parameter of the output control function SW3 is set to monitor the status of the output control function SW3. When the function is disabled, the host reports an alarm. When the low level represents the valid level, the host does not report an alarm in the case of low level. This digital parameter of the output control function SW4 is set to monitor the status of the output control function SW4. When the function is disabled, the host reports an alarm. When the low level represents the valid level, the host does not report an alarm in the case of low level. This digital parameter is set according to the actual requirements. The monitoring digital parameter of the fan tray is set to monitor the status of the fan tray. When the fan tray is faulty, the host reports an alarm. When the low level represents the valid level, the host does not report an alarm in the case of low level. This digital parameter is set according to the actual requirements. The monitoring digital parameter of the fan tray is set to monitor the status of the fan tray. When the fan tray is faulty, the host reports an alarm. When the low level represents the valid level, the host does not report an alarm in the case of low level.

Valid level of digital parameter 5: low level Digital parameter ID: 6

Valid level of digital parameter 6: low level Digital parameter ID: 7

Valid level of digital parameter 7: low level Digital parameter ID: 8

Valid level of digital parameter 8: low level Digital parameter ID: 9

Valid level of digital parameter 9: low level

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Data Digital parameter ID: 10

Remarks This digital parameter is set according to the actual requirements. The monitoring digital parameter of the fan tray is set to monitor the status of the fan tray. When the fan tray is faulty, the host reports an alarm. When the low level represents the valid level, the host does not report an alarm in the case of low level. This digital parameter is set according to the actual requirements. The monitoring digital parameter of the fan tray is set to monitor the status of the fan tray. When the fan tray is faulty, the host reports an alarm. When the low level represents the valid level, the host does not report an alarm in the case of low level.

Valid level of digital parameter 10: low level Digital parameter ID: 11

Valid level of digital parameter 11: low level

NOTE

The preceding data is configured according to the actual requirements. When the actually planned value of a parameter is the same as the default value, it is not necessary to configure the parameter.

Configuration Process
The monitoring parameters can be reported to the control board and the service processing board only when the data of the H303ESC is correctly configured in the system. Figure 3-42 shows the configuration process.

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Figure 3-42 Configuration process of the H303ESC


Start

Add the EMU

Query the EMU status Query the default monitoring information configure the environment monitoring parameters Query the environment information Confirm the environment information End

Procedure
Step 1 Run the emu add command to add an EMU after logging in to the UA5000 through the maintenance terminal.
huawei(config)#emu add 0 H303ESC 0 30 rs232 H303ESC

Step 2 Run the display emu command to query the status of the H303ESC.
huawei(config)#display emu 0 EMU ID: 0 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------EMU name : H303ESC EMU type : H303ESC Used or not : Used EMU state : Normal Frame ID : 0 Subnode : 30 COM port : RS232 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

Step 3 Access the environment monitoring configuration mode of the H303ESC, and then run the display esc system parameter command to query the default configuration information about analog and digital parameters.
huawei(config)#interface emu 0 huawei(config-if-h303esc-0)#display esc system parameter EMU ID: 0 ESC system parameter ---------------------------------------------------------------------------FAN run mode: Auto Auto open temperature: 45 C Auto close temperature: 30 C AnalogID Name AlmUpper AlmLower TestUpper TestLower Unit Type 0 Temperature 55 5 100 -27 C Voltage 1 Humidity 80 0 100 0 %R.H. Voltage 2 127 -128 127 -128 Voltage

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3 127 -128 127 -128 Voltage 4 127 -128 127 -128 Voltage 5 127 -128 127 -128 Voltage 6 127 -128 127 -128 Voltage 7 127 -128 127 -128 Voltage ---------------------------------------------------------------------------DigitalID Name Level |DigitalID Name Level 0 Wiring 1 | 1 Door0 0 2 1 | 3 1 4 1 | 5 1 6 1 | 7 1 8 1 | 9 1 10 1 | 11 1 12 1 | 13 1 14 1 | 15 1 16 1 | 17 1 18 1 | 19 1 20 1 | 21 1 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------COM ID Command BaudRate DataLength StopLength ParityType 0 1 PowerNumber : 0 PowerType : ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

The results show that certain monitoring parameters, such as the temperature, humidity, door status, and MDF, have been configured automatically in the system. Other monitoring parameters, however, need to be configured manually. Step 4 Run the esc analog command to set analog parameters.
huawei(config-if-h303esc-0)#esc analog 0 alarm-upper-limit 50 alarm-lower-limit 10 huawei(config-if-h303esc-0)#esc analog 1 alarm-upper-limit 80 alarm-lower-limit 5

Step 5 Run the esc digital command to set digital parameters.


huawei(config-if-h303esc-0)#esc 20 name SPD huawei(config-if-h303esc-0)#esc 5 name supply huawei(config-if-h303esc-0)#esc 5 name SW1 huawei(config-if-h303esc-0)#esc 5 name SW2 huawei(config-if-h303esc-0)#esc 5 name SW3 huawei(config-if-h303esc-0)#esc 5 name SW4 huawei(config-if-h303esc-0)#esc 13 name fan1 huawei(config-if-h303esc-0)#esc 13 name fan2 huawei(config-if-h303esc-0)#esc 13 name fan3 huawei(config-if-h303esc-0)#esc 13 name fan4 digital 2 available-level low-level digital-alarm digital 3 available-level low-level digital-alarm digital 4 available-level low-level digital-alarm digital 5 available-level low-level digital-alarm digital 6 available-level low-level digital-alarm digital 7 available-level low-level digital-alarm digital 8 available-level low-level digital-alarm digital 9 available-level low-level digital-alarm digital 10 available-level low-level digital-alarm digital 11 available-level low-level digital-alarm

Step 6 Run the save command to save data.


huawei(config-if-h303esc-0)#quit huawei(config)#save

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Result
1. Run the display esc environment info command to query the environment information. Ensure that the current environment monitoring function is normal and that no alarm is generated for monitoring parameters except the door status parameter.
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huawei(config-if-h303esc-0)#display esc environment info EMU ID: 0 ESC environment state FAN control mode :Auto FAN run state: Open ---------------------------Analog environment info-------------------------ID Name State Value AlmUpper AlmLower Unit 0 Temperature Normal 29.00 50 10 C 1 Humidity Normal 30.98 80 5 %R.H. 2 Normal -128.00 127 -128 3 Normal -128.00 127 -128 4 Normal -128.00 127 -128 5 Normal -128.00 127 -128 6 Normal -128.00 127 -128 7 Normal -128.00 127 -128 ---------------------------Digital environment info--------------------------ID Name State Value |ID Name State Value 0 Wiring Normal 1 |1 Door0 Alarm 1 2 spd Normal 0 |3 supply Normal 0 4 SW1 Normal 0 |5 SW2 Normal 0 6 SW3 Normal 0 |7 SW4 Normal 0 8 fan1 Normal 0 |9 fan2 Normal 0 10 fan3 Normal 0 |11 fan4 Normal 0 12 Normal 1 |13 Normal 1 14 Normal 1 |15 Normal 1 16 Normal 1 |17 Normal 1 18 Normal 1 |19 Normal 1 20 Normal 1 |21 Normal 1 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------NOTE

Door status alarm "Door0" is generated because the door is open. At this time, if you turn on the buzzer on the front panel of the H303ESC, the buzzer generates a buzzing tone.

2.

Close the cabinet door, and use the display alarm history command to query alarms. Ensure that no alarm about all the monitoring parameters is generated.

3.14.2 Configuring the Environment Monitoring Through the H304ESC


This topic describes how to configure the environment monitoring parameters of the H304ESC environment monitoring unit (EMU) through the CLI.

Prerequisite
The EMU must be properly connected to the host through environment monitoring cables.

Precaution
l l The sub-node number of the H304ESC is 30. The sub-node addresses must be set consistently with the DIP switches on the ESC. See 3.1.1 Checking the Settings of DIP Switches and Jumpers of Environment Monitoring Boards for the settings of the DIP switches. If the system has multiple EMUs, make sure that all the sub-nodes do not conflict with each other.

Mapping Between Monitoring Parameters and Device Ports


Table 3-39 describes the mapping between the monitoring parameters displayed on the host and the ports on the H304ESC.
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Table 3-39 Mapping between the monitoring parameters displayed on the host and the ports on the H304ESC Monitoring Parameter on Host Analog 0 Analog 1 Analog 2 Analog 3 Analog 4 Device Port Application in F02AF Cabinet (Configured with C-Type PDU) Temperature Unavailable Unavailable Unavailable Power supply voltage Application in F02AF Cabinet (Configured with H-Type PDU) Temperature Unavailable Unavailable Unavailable Power supply voltage

Temperature Reserved Reserved Reserved Power supply voltage JTA1

Analog 5

Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring analog parameter Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring analog parameter Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring analog parameter Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring digital parameter Door status sensor Surge protection circuit of the first DC input of the Ctype PDU Surge protection circuit of the second DC input of the C-type PDU First output control switch SW1 of the C-type PDU Second output control switch SW2 of the C-type PDU

Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring analog parameter Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring analog parameter Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring analog parameter Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring digital parameter Door status sensor Fans of the HABF shelf connected to the subtended HABD shelf Switch 1 input of the H-type PDU Switch 2 input of the H-type PDU Switch 3 input of the H-type PDU

Analog 6

JTA2

Analog 7

JTA3

Digital 0

JTP1 (MDF)

Digital 1 Digital 2

JTM1 (door status) JTD1

Digital 3

JTD2

Digital 4 Digital 5

JTD3 JTD4

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Monitoring Parameter on Host Digital 6 Digital 7 Digital 8 Digital 9

Device Port

Application in F02AF Cabinet (Configured with C-Type PDU) Third output control switch SW3 of the C-type PDU Monitoring alarm of the Ctype PDU Fans of the master HABD shelf Fans of the HABF shelf connected to the master HABD shelf Fans of the HABD shelf subtended to the master HABD shelf Fans of the HABF shelf connected to the subtended HABD shelf Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring digital parameter. Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring digital parameter. Unavailable Unavailable Unavailable Unavailable Unavailable Unavailable Unavailable Unavailable Unavailable

Application in F02AF Cabinet (Configured with H-Type PDU) Switch 4 input of the H-type PDU Input tributary 1 detection of the H-type PDU Input tributary 2 detection of the H-type PDU Input tributary 3 detection of the H-type PDU Input tributary 4 detection of the H-type PDU Fans of the master HABD shelf Fans of the HABF shelf connected to the master HABD shelf Fans of the HABD shelf subtended to the master HABD shelf Unavailable Unavailable Unavailable Unavailable Unavailable Unavailable Unavailable Unavailable Unavailable

JTD5 JTD6 JTD7 JTD8

Digital 10

JTD9

Digital 11

JTD10

Digital 12

JTD11

Digital 13

JTD12

Digital 14 Digital 15 Digital 16 Digital 17 Digital 18 Digital 19 Digital 20 Digital 21 Digital 22

Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved

NOTE

Before adding a user-defined analog or monitoring digital parameter, make sure that the port corresponding to this parameter is connected with an environment monitoring cable.

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NOTE

l The preceding data is configured according to the actual requirements. When the actually planned value of a parameter is the same as the default value, it is not necessary to configure the parameter. l The configuration of the monitoring parameters in the F02AF cabinet configured with the C-type PDU is basically the same as that in the F02AF cabinet configured with the H-type PDU. The only difference lies in the definition of the PDU monitoring parameter, but the valid levels for these two PDUs are both set to low level.

Table 3-40 provides the data plan for configuring the H304ESC. In this topic, the application in the F02AF cabinet with the C-type PDU is considered as an example. Table 3-40 Data plan for configuring the H304ESC Item EMU Data Type: H304ESC SN: 0 Subnode ID: 30 Remarks H304ESC is displayed as H304ESC on the CLI. The serial port of the H304ESC is an RS-232 serial port, and the subnode ID must be set to 30. This analog parameter is set according to the actual requirements. The built-in analog parameter is set here to monitor the ambient temperature of the device. When the ambient temperature of the device is equal to or higher than 50C, the host reports an alarm. Default: 55C. Lower alarm threshold of analog parameter 0: 5 When the ambient temperature of the device is equal to or lower than 5C, the host reports an alarm. Default: 5C. Analog parameter ID: 4 This analog parameter is set according to the actual requirements. The built-in analog parameter is set here to monitor the voltage of the device. When the voltage of the device is equal to or higher than -75 V, the host reports an alarm. Default: 75 V. Lower alarm threshold of analog parameter 4: 45 V When the voltage of the device is equal to or lower than -45 V, the host reports an alarm. Default: 45 V.

Analog parameters

Analog parameter ID: 0

Upper alarm threshold of analog parameter 0: 50

Upper alarm threshold of analog parameter 4: 75 V

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Data Analog parameter ID: 5

Remarks The user-defined humidity monitoring analog parameter is added to monitor the humidity of the device. When the humidity of the device is equal to or higher than 80% RH, the host reports an alarm. When the humidity of the device is equal to or lower than 0% RH, the host reports an alarm. The user-defined humidity alarm of the system is used. The monitoring digital parameter of the MDF sensor is set here to monitor the MDF status. When the MDF is faulty, the host reports an alarm. Allocated by default (unable to be changed by the user).

Upper alarm threshold of analog parameter 5: 80 Lower alarm threshold of analog parameter 5: 0 Name of analog parameter 5: Humidity Alarm ID of analog parameter 5: 2 Unit of analog parameter 5: % RH Sensor type of analog parameter 5: voltage type Digital parameters Digital parameter ID: 0

Valid level of digital parameter 0: high level Digital parameter ID: 1

When the high level represents the valid level, the host does not report an alarm in the case of high level. The monitoring digital parameter of the door status sensor is set here to monitor the door status. When the cabinet door is opened, the host reports an alarm. Allocated by default (unable to be changed by the user).

Valid level of digital parameter 1: low level Digital parameter ID: 2

When the low level represents the valid level, the host does not report an alarm in the case of low level. The monitoring digital parameter of the surge protection circuit of the first DC input is set here to monitor the status of the protection circuit. When the protection circuit fails, the host reports an alarm.

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Data Valid level of digital parameter 2: low level Digital parameter ID: 3

Remarks When the low level represents the valid level, the host does not report an alarm in the case of low level. The monitoring digital parameter of the surge protection circuit of the second DC input is set here to monitor the status of the protection circuit. When the protection circuit fails, the host reports an alarm. When the low level represents the valid level, the host does not report an alarm in the case of low level. The monitoring digital parameter of SW1 is set here to monitor the status of SW1. When SW1 is turned off, the host reports an alarm. When the low level represents the valid level, the host does not report an alarm in the case of low level. The monitoring digital parameter of SW2 is set here to monitor the status of SW2. When SW2 is turned off, the host reports an alarm. When the low level represents the valid level, the host does not report an alarm in the case of low level. The monitoring digital parameter of SW3 is set here to monitor the status of SW3. When SW3 is turned off, the host reports an alarm. When the low level represents the valid level, the host does not report an alarm in the case of low level. The monitoring digital parameter of the fans of the master HABD shelf is set here to monitor the status of the fans of the master HABD shelf. When the fan tray is faulty, the host reports an alarm. When the low level represents the valid level, the host does not report an alarm in the case of low level. The monitoring digital parameter of the fans of the HABF shelf connected to the master HABD shelf is set here to monitor the status of the fans of the HABF shelf. When the fan tray is faulty, the host reports an alarm.

Valid level of digital parameter 3: low level Digital parameter ID: 4

Valid level of digital parameter 4: low level Digital parameter ID: 5

Valid level of digital parameter 5: low level Digital parameter ID: 6

Valid level of digital parameter 6: low level Digital parameter ID: 8

Valid level of digital parameter 8: low level Digital parameter ID: 9

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Data Valid level of digital parameter 9: low level Digital parameter ID: 10

Remarks When the low level represents the valid level, the host does not report an alarm in the case of low level. The monitoring digital parameter of the fans of the HABD shelf subtended to the master HABD shelf is set here to monitor the status of the fans of the HABD shelf. When the fan tray is faulty, the host reports an alarm. When the low level represents the valid level, the host does not report an alarm in the case of low level. The monitoring digital parameter of the fans of the HABF shelf connected to the subtended HABD shelf is set here to monitor the status of the fans of the HABF shelf. When the fan tray is faulty, the host reports an alarm. When the low level represents the valid level, the host does not report an alarm in the case of low level.

Valid level of digital parameter 10: low level Digital parameter ID: 11

Valid level of digital parameter 11: low level

Configuration Process
The monitoring parameters can be reported to the control board only when the data of the H304ESC is correctly configured in the system. Figure 3-43 shows the configuration process.

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Figure 3-43 Configuration process of the H304ESC


Start

Add the EMU

Query the EMU status Query the default monitoring information configure the environment monitoring parameters Query the environment information Confirm the environment information End

Procedure
Step 1 Run the emu add command to add an EMU after logging in to the UA5000 through the maintenance terminal.
huawei(config)#emu add 0 H304ESC 0 30 rs232 H304ESC

Step 2 Run the display emu command to query the status of the H304ESC.
huawei(config)#display emu 0 EMU ID: 0 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------EMU name : H304ESC EMU type : H304ESC Used or not : Used EMU state : Normal Frame ID : 0 Subnode : 30 COM port : RS232 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

Step 3 Access the environment monitoring configuration mode of the H304ESC, and then run the display esc system parameter command to query the default configuration information about analog and digital parameters.
huawei(config)#interface emu 0 huawei(config-if-h304esc-0)#display esc system parameter EMU ID: 0 ESC system parameter ---------------------------------------------------------------------------FAN run mode: Auto Auto open temperature: 45 C Auto close temperature: 30 C AnalogID Name AlmUpper AlmLower TestUpper TestLower Unit Type 0 Temperature 55 5 100 -27 C Voltage 1 127 -128 127 -128 Voltage 2 127 -128 127 -128 Voltage 3 127 -128 127 -128 Voltage

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4 Supply_Voltage 65 45 75 0 Volt Voltage 5 127 -128 127 -128 Voltage 6 127 -128 127 -128 Voltage 7 127 -128 127 -128 Voltage ---------------------------------------------------------------------------DigitalID Name Level |DigitalID Name Level 0 Wiring 1 | 1 Door0 0 2 1 | 3 1 4 1 | 5 1 6 1 | 7 1 8 1 | 9 1 10 1 | 11 1 12 1 | 13 1 14 1 | 15 1 16 1 | 17 1 18 1 | 19 1 20 1 | 21 1 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------COM ID Command BaudRate DataLength StopLength ParityType 0 1 PowerNumber : 0 PowerType : Battery off permission: Permit Battery off voltage: 43.2V Battery0 capacity: 100A Battery1 capacity: 100A Equalizing time: 60days ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

The results show that certain monitoring parameters, such as temperature, voltage, door status, and MDF, have been configured automatically in the system. Other monitoring parameters, however, need to be configured manually. Step 4 Run the esc analog command to set analog parameters.
huawei(config-if-h304esc-0)#esc analog 0 alarm-upper-limit 50 alarm-lower-limit 5 huawei(config-if-h304esc-0)#esc analog 5 alarm-upper-limit 80 alarm-lower-limit 0 name Humidity sensor-type 0:voltage analog-alarm 2 unit %RH

Step 5 Run the esc digital command to set digital parameters.


huawei(config-if-h304esc-0)#esc huawei(config-if-h304esc-0)#esc huawei(config-if-h304esc-0)#esc huawei(config-if-h304esc-0)#esc huawei(config-if-h304esc-0)#esc huawei(config-if-h304esc-0)#esc huawei(config-if-h304esc-0)#esc huawei(config-if-h304esc-0)#esc huawei(config-if-h304esc-0)#esc digital digital digital digital digital digital digital digital digital 2 available-level low-level name SPD1 3 available-level low-level name SPD2 4 available-level low-level name SW1 5 available-level low-level name SW2 6 available-level low-level name SW3 8 available-level low-level name fan1 9 available-level low-level name fan2 10 available-level low-level name fan3 11 available-level low-level name fan4

Step 6 Run the save command to save data.


huawei(config-if-h304esc-0)#quit huawei(config)#save

----End

Result
1. Run the display esc environment info command to query the environment information. Ensure that the current environment monitoring function is normal and that no alarm is generated for monitoring parameters except the door status parameter.
huawei(config-if-h304esc-0)#display esc environment info EMU ID: 0 ESC environment state FAN control mode :Auto FAN run state: Close Battery charge state: Floating ---------------------------Analog environment info-------------------------ID Name State Value AlmUpper AlmLower Unit 0 Temperature Normal 29.00 55 5 C 1 Normal 0.00 127 -128 2 Normal 0.00 127 -128 3 Normal -128.00 127 -128 -

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4 Supply_Voltage Normal 52.73 65 45 Volt 5 Humidity Normal 30.98 80 0 6 Normal -128.00 127 -128 7 Normal -128.00 127 -128 ---------------------------Digital environment info ID Name State Value |ID Name State Value 0 Wiring Normal 1 |1 Door0 Alarm 1 2 SPD1 Normal 0 |3 SPD2 Normal 0 4 SW1 Normal 0 |5 SW2 Normal 0 6 SW3 Normal 0 |7 Normal 1 8 fan1 Normal 0 |9 fan2 Normal 0 10 fan3 Normal 0 |11 fan4 Normal 0 12 Normal 1 |13 Normal 1 14 Normal 1 |15 Normal 1 16 Normal 1 |17 Normal 1 18 Normal 1 |19 Normal 1 20 Normal 1 |21 Normal 1 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------NOTE

Door status alarm "Door0" is generated because the door is open. At this time, if you turn on the buzzer on the front panel of the H304ESC, the buzzer generates a buzzing tone.

2.

Close the cabinet door, and use the display alarm history command to query alarms. Ensure that no alarm about all the monitoring parameters is generated.

3.14.3 Configuring the Monitoring Through the EPS30-4815AF


This topic provides the basic information about the EPS30-4815AF power system and describes how to configure environment monitoring data. This power system functions to convert the input AC power into DC power to provide DC power source for the device. The power system also supports management of one set of batteries.

Mapping Between Monitoring Parameters and Device Ports


Table 3-41 describes the mapping between the monitoring parameters displayed on the host and the ports on the sensor transfer box. Table 3-41 Mapping between the monitoring parameters displayed on the host and the ports on the sensor transfer box Monitoring Parameter on Host Digital 0 Device Port JTD1 Application in M200 Cabinet Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring digital parameter Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring digital parameter Application in F01E200 Cabinet Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring digital parameter Fan monitoring board Application in F01E400 Cabinet Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring digital parameter Fan monitoring board

Digital 1

JTD2

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Device Port JTD3

Application in M200 Cabinet Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring digital parameter Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring digital parameter Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring digital parameter Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring digital parameter Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring digital parameter Door status sensor MDF Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring digital parameter Temperature and humidity sensor

Application in F01E200 Cabinet Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring digital parameter Lightning arrester

Application in F01E400 Cabinet Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring digital parameter Lightning arrester

Digital 3

JTD4

Digital 4

JTD5

Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring digital parameter Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring digital parameter Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring digital parameter Door status sensor MDF Battery temperature sensor

Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring digital parameter Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring digital parameter Not connected by default, used to add a user-defined monitoring digital parameter Door status sensor MDF Battery temperature sensor

Digital 5

JTD6

Digital 6

JTD7

Door alarm Wiring alarm Battery Tem

JTM1 JTP1 BAT_W E

environment Tem/ environment Hum

TEM-HU

Temperature and humidity sensor

Temperature and humidity sensor

NOTE

Before adding a user-defined analog or digital monitoring parameter, make sure that the port corresponding to this analog or digital monitoring parameter is properly connected with an environment monitoring cable.

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Data Plan
The data plan for configuring monitoring parameters of the EPS30-4815AF in the M200 cabinet is the same that in the F01E200 and F01E400 cabinets. In this topic, the application in the F01E400 cabinet is considered as an example. Table 3-42 provides the data plan for configuring the monitoring parameters of the EPS30-4815AF. Table 3-42 Data plan for configuring the monitoring parameters of the EPS30-4815AF Item EMU Data Plan for F01E400 Cabinet Type: POWER4845 Remarks During the configuration of the EPS30-4815AF, the type of the EPS30-4815AF is selected as POWER4845. The subnode ID must be the same as the subnode setting of the corresponding DIP switch on the EMU, but the subnode ID must be different from IDs of the other subnodes on the same bus. This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. automatic: The power system automatically adjusts the charging mode of the battery according to the status of the battery set. equalizing: The battery is charged forcibly so as to quickly compensate for the lost capacity of the battery. floating: The battery adjusts charging/ discharging when it is in saturation. Default: automatic. Equalized charging voltage of the battery: 56.5 V This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. When setting the equalized charging voltage of the battery, make sure that DC overvoltage - 1 V > equalized charging voltage > float charging voltage + 2 V, and that DC undervoltage > load power-off voltage > battery power-off voltage. Default: 56.5 V. Float charging voltage of the battery: 53.5 V This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. When setting the float charging of the battery, make sure that DC overvoltage - 1 V > equalized charging voltage > float charging voltage + 2 V, and that DC undervoltage > load power-off voltage > battery power-off voltage. Default: 53.5 V.

SN: 0 Subnode ID: 0

Charging parameters of the battery

Charging mode of the battery: automatic

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Item Battery management parameters

Data Plan for F01E400 Cabinet Current-limiting coefficient for battery charging: 0.15

Remarks This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. In the normal state, the current of the power supply is not limited. The currentlimiting function is enabled when the charging current of the battery set > current-limiting coefficient x nominal capacity of the battery set. Default value: 0.15.

Interval of battery equalized charging: 60 days

This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. If the continuous float charging duration of the rectifier unit exceeds the preset equalized charging interval, the battery enters the equalized charging state. Default: 60 days.

Number of battery sets: 1

This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. The number of battery sets can be set to 0 or 1. That is, the system supports up to one battery set. Default: 1.

Capacity of the battery set: 75 AH

The battery capacity is configured according to the actual value. The F01E200 cabinet uses the 50 AH batteries, the F01E400 cabinet uses the 75 AH batteries, and the M200 cabinet has no batteries. Default: 130 AH.

Temperature compensatio n parameters of the battery

Upper temperature threshold of the battery set: 80C Lower temperature threshold of the battery set: -20C Temperature compensation coefficient of the battery set: 80 mV

This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. Default: 60C. This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. Default: -40C. This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. The temperature compensation coefficient refers to the variable of the float charging voltage of the battery set when the temperature of the battery set changes by every 1 C. Default: 100 mV.

Power supply load power-off and battery set power-off parameters

Load power-off This parameter is set according to the actual permission status: forbid requirements. Default: permit.

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Data Plan for F01E400 Cabinet Battery set power-off permission status: permit

Remarks This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. Default: permit.

Load power-off voltage: 44 V

This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. Default: 43.5 V.

Battery set power-off voltage: 43 V

This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. Default: 43 V.

Power distribution parameters

AC overvoltage alarm threshold of the power supply: 280 V

This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. When the AC voltage exceeds the preset overvoltage alarm threshold, the system reports an AC overvoltage alarm. In this case, the rectifier unit powers off automatically to protect the system. Default: 280 V.

AC undervoltage alarm threshold of the power supply: 180 V

This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. When the AC voltage falls below the preset undervoltage alarm threshold, the system reports an AC undervoltage alarm. In this case, the rectifier unit powers off automatically to protect the system. Default: 180 V.

DC overvoltage alarm threshold of the power supply: 58 V

This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. When the DC voltage exceeds the preset overvoltage alarm threshold, the system reports a DC overvoltage alarm. In this case, the rectifier unit powers off automatically to protect the system. Default: 58 V.

DC undervoltage alarm threshold of the power supply: 45 V

This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. When the DC voltage falls below the preset undervoltage alarm threshold, the system reports a DC undervoltage alarm. In this case, the rectifier unit powers off automatically to protect the system. Default: 45 V.

Rectifier unit parameter

Number of rectifier units: 2

This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. The EPS30-4815AF supports up to two rectifier units. Default value: 3.

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Item Load and battery hightemperature power-off parameters

Data Plan for F01E400 Cabinet Load high-temperature power-off permission status: forbid Battery hightemperature power-off permission status: permit Temperature for load high-temperature power-off: 70C Temperature for battery high-temperature power-off: 53C

Remarks This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. Default: permit. This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. Default: permit. This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. Default: 65C. This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. Default: 50C. This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. When the actual temperature reaches or is higher than the upper alarm threshold, the system reports an alarm. Default: 50C.

Environment monitoring parameters

Upper alarm threshold of the temperature: 68C

Lower alarm threshold of the temperature: -5C

This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. When the actual temperature is equal to or lower than the lower alarm threshold, the system reports an alarm. Default: 0C.

Upper alarm threshold of the humidity: 80% RH

This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. When the actual humidity reaches or is higher than the upper alarm threshold, the system reports an alarm. Default: 80% RH.

Lower alarm threshold of the humidity: 10% RH

This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. When the actual humidity is equal to or lower than the lower alarm threshold, the system reports an alarm. Default: 10% RH.

External extended digital parameters

Digital parameter ID: 1

This digital parameter is set according to the actual requirements. The monitoring digital parameter of the fan tray is set here to monitor the fan tray. When the fan tray is faulty, the host reports an alarm. When the low level represents the valid level, the host does not report an alarm in the case of low level.

Valid level of digital parameter 1: low level

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Data Plan for F01E400 Cabinet Digital parameter ID: 3

Remarks This digital parameter is set according to the actual requirements. The monitoring digital parameter of the lightning arrester is set here to monitor the lightning arrester. When the lightning arrester is faulty, the host reports an alarm. When the low level represents the valid level, the host does not report an alarm in the case of low level.

Valid level of digital parameter 2: low level

NOTE

The preceding data is configured according to the actual requirements. When the actually planned value of a parameter is the same as the default value, it is not necessary to configure the parameter.

Configuration Process
The monitoring parameters can be reported to the control board and the service processing board only when the data for the EPS30-4815AF is configured correctly in the system. Figure 3-44 shows the configuration process.

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Figure 3-44 Configuration process of the EPS30-4815AF


Start

Add an EMU

Configure the battery charging parameters

Configure the battery management parameters Configure the temperature compensation coefficient of the battery Configure the power supply load power-off and battery set power-off parameters

Configure the power distribution parameters

Configure the rectifier unit parameter

Configure the load and battery hightemperature power-off parameters Configure the environment monitoring parameters Configure the external extended digital parameters

End

Procedure
Step 1 Run the emu add command to add an environment monitoring unit (EMU) after logging in to the UA5000 through the maintenance terminal.
huawei(config)#emu add 0 POWER4845 0 0 RS232 POWER4830

Step 2 Access the environment monitoring configuration mode, and then run the display power system parameter command to query the default configuration information.
huawei(config)#interface emu 0 huawei(config-if-power4845-0)#display power system parameter EMU ID: 0 Power system information ---------------------------------------------------------------------------charge control state : automatic control equalizing Voltage : 56.500V floating Voltage: 53.500V charge lmt quotiety: 0.15 equalizing time : 60 days battery number : 1

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battery 0 capacity : 130 AH battery Temperature Upper : 60 C battery Temperature Lower : -40 C Temp redeem quotiety: 100mV load off permit : permit load off voltage : 43.50V battery off permit : permit battery off voltage : 43.00V Current off state : Forbid Smoke off state : Forbid shunt quotiety : 100A AC over alarm voltage : 280V AC lack alarm voltage : 180V DC over alarm voltage : 58 V DC lack alarm voltage : 45V power module number: 3 module 0 address : 1 module 0 control state: On module 1 address : 2 module 1 control state: On module 2 address : No Configured module 2 control state: Load high-temperature-off permit: permit Load high-temperature-off temperature: 65 C Battery high-temperature-off permit: permit Battery high-temperature-off temperature: 50 C ---------------------------------------------------------------------------huawei(config-if-power4845-0)#display power environment parameter EMU ID: 0 power environment configration parameter

---------------------------------------------------------------------------AnalogID Name AlmUpper AlmLower TestHigh TestLow Unit type 0 Temperature 40 0 55 -5 C Current 1 Humidity 80 10 100 0 %R.H. Current ---------------------------------------------------------------------------DigitalID Name Available Level|DigitalID Name Available Level 0 1 | 1 1 2 1 | 3 1 4 1 | 5 1 6 1 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

The results show that the power, temperature, and humidity parameters have been configured automatically in the system; however, certain parameters need to be modified, and certain extended monitoring parameters need to be added. Step 3 Run the power charge command to configure the charging parameters of the battery. In this example, the query result is consistent with the data plan. Therefore, the charging parameters need not be configured. Step 4 Run the power battery parameter command to configure the management parameters of the battery.
huawei(config-if-power4845-0)#power battery parameter 0.15 60 1 75

Step 5 Run the power battery temperature command to configure the temperature compensation parameters of the battery.
huawei(config-if-power4845-0)#power battery temperature 80 -20 80

Step 6 Run the power off command to configure the load power-off parameters of the power system and the power-off parameters of the battery set.
huawei(config-if-power4845-0)#power off load-off-state forbid load-off-voltage 44

Step 7 Run the power supply-parameter command to configure the power distribution parameters of the power system. In this example, the query result is consistent with the data plan. Therefore, the power distribution parameters need not be configured. Step 8 Run the power module-num command to configure the parameters of the power rectifier module.
huawei(config-if-power4845-0)#power module-num 2 1 2

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Step 9 Run the power temperature-off command to configure the load and high temperature poweroff parameters of the battery.
huawei(config-if-power4845-0)#power temperature-off load-off-state forbid load-offtemperature 70 battery-off-state permit battery-off-temperature 53

Step 10 Run the power environment command to configure the environment parameters. l Configure the temperature parameters.
huawei(config-if-power4845-0)#power environment temperature 68 -5 80 -20

l Configure the humidity parameters. If the query result is consistent with the planned data, the parameters need not be configured. If the parameters need to be modified, run the power environment humidity command. Step 11 Run the power outside-digital command to configure the extended digital monitoring parameters.
huawei(config-if-power4845-0)#power outside-digital 1 available-level low-level name Fan huawei(config-if-power4845-0)#power outside-digital 3 available-level low-level name SPD

Step 12 Save the data.


huawei(config-if-power4845-0)#quit huawei(config)#save

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Result
1. The environment monitoring information queried through the display power system parameter command is consistent with the configuration.
huawei(config-if-power4845-0)#display power system parameter EMU ID: 0 Power system information ---------------------------------------------------------------------------charge control state : automatic control equalizing Voltage : 56.50V floating Voltage : 53.50V charge lmt quotiety: 0.15 equalizing time : 60 days battery number : 1 battery 0 capacity : 130 AH battery Temperature Upper : 80 C battery Temperature Lower : -20 C Temp redeem quotiety: 80mV load off permit : forbid load off voltage : 44.00V battery off permit : permit battery off voltage : 43.00V shunt quotiety : 100A AC over alarm voltage : 280V AC lack alarm voltage : 180V DC over alarm voltage : 58 V DC lack alarm voltage : 45V power module number: 2 module 0 address : 1 module 0 control state: On module 1 address : 2 module 1 control state: On Load high-temperature-off permit : forbid Load high-temperature-off temperature : 65 C Battery high-temperature-off permit : permit Battery high-temperature-off temperature : 50 C ---------------------------------------------------------------------------huawei(config-if-power4845-0)#display power environment parameter EMU ID: 0 parameter power environment configration

---------------------------------------------------------------------------AnalogID Name AlmUpper AlmLower TestHigh TestLow Unit type 0 Temperature 50 0 55 -5 C Current 1 Humidity 80 10 100 0 %R.H. Current

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---------------------------------------------------------------------------DigitalID Name Available Level|DigitalID Name Available Level 0 1 | 1 Fan 0 2 1 | 3 SPD 0 4 1 | 5 1 6 1 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

2.

Query the alarm information, and confirm that the door status alarm other than alarms for other monitoring parameters is generated.
huawei(config-if-power4845-0)#display power alarm EMU ID: 0 Power alarm information -------------------------------------------------------------------mains supply yes : yes mains supply lack : normal total vol lack : normal load fuse 0 : connect second fuse : connect load off : on battery off : on battery 1 loop : connect environment Temperature : Normal environment Humidity : Normal door alarm : Alarm water alarm : Normal fog alarm : Normal module 0 : normal module 1 : normal Battery temperature off state : Normal Load temperature off state : Normal ------------------------------------------------------------------DigitalID Name Alarm State|DigitalID Name Alarm State 0 Normal | 1 Fan Normal 2 Normal | 3 SPD Normal 4 Normal | 5 Normal 6 Normal ------------------------------------------------------------------NOTE

Two door status sensors of the device are in serial connection, and are monitored as one variable. They are automatically configured by the system. The door alarm is generated because the cabinet door is open.

3.

Close all doors of the cabinet. Then, query the alarm information again, and confirm that there is no alarm for any monitoring parameter.

3.14.4 Configuring the Monitoring Through the EPS75-4815AF


This topic provides the basic information about the EPS75-4815AF power system and describes how to configure environment monitoring data. This power system functions to convert the input AC power into DC power to provide DC power source for the device. The power system also supports management of one or two sets of batteries.

Mapping Between Monitoring Parameters and Device Ports


Table 3-43 describes the mapping between the monitoring parameters displayed on the sensor transfer box.

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Table 3-43 Mapping between the monitoring parameters displayed on the host and the ports on the sensor transfer box Monito ring Parame ter on Host Digital 0 Devic e Port Applicatio n in F02A Cabinet Application in F02AF Cabinet Applicati on in F01D200 Cabinet Fan monitoring board of the HABD shelf Not connected by default, used to add a userdefined monitoring digital parameter Not connected by default, used to add a userdefined monitoring digital parameter Lightning arrester Applicati on in F01D500 Cabinet Fan monitoring board of the HABD shelf Fan monitoring board of the HABF shelf Applicati on in F01D1000 Cabinet Fan monitoring board of the HABD shelf Fan monitoring board of the HABF shelf

JTD1

Fan monitoring board of the HABA shelf Fan monitoring board of the HABA shelf

Fan monitoring board of the HABD shelf Fan monitoring board of the HABF shelf

Digital 1

JTD2

Digital 2

JTD3

Not connected by default, used to add a userdefined monitoring digital parameter Not connected by default, used to add a userdefined monitoring digital parameter Not connected by default, used to add a userdefined monitoring digital parameter

Not connected by default, used to add a userdefined monitoring digital parameter Not connected by default, used to add a userdefined monitoring digital parameter Not connected by default, used to add a userdefined monitoring digital parameter

Not connected by default, used to add a userdefined monitoring digital parameter Lightning arrester

Fan monitoring board of the HABD shelf in the right device compartme nt Lightning arrester

Digital 3

JTD4

Digital 4

JTD5

Smoke sensor

Smoke sensor

Smoke sensor

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Monito ring Parame ter on Host Digital 5

Devic e Port

Applicatio n in F02A Cabinet

Application in F02AF Cabinet

Applicati on in F01D200 Cabinet Heat exchanger

Applicati on in F01D500 Cabinet Heat exchanger

Applicati on in F01D1000 Cabinet Heat exchanger

JTD6

Not connected by default, used to add a userdefined monitoring digital parameter Not connected by default, used to add a userdefined monitoring digital parameter Door status sensor

Not connected by default, used to add a userdefined monitoring digital parameter Not connected by default, used to add a userdefined monitoring digital parameter Door status sensor

Digital 6

JTD7

Door status sensor of the MDF compartme nt

Door status sensor of the MDF compartme nt

Door status sensor of the MDF compartme nt

Door alarm

JTM1

Door status sensors of the device compartme nt and heat exchanger compartme nt MDF Battery temperatur e sensor Temperatu re and humidity sensor

Door status sensors of the device compartme nt and heat exchanger compartme nt MDF Battery temperatur e sensor Temperatu re and humidity sensor

Door status sensors of the device compartme nt and heat exchanger compartme nt MDF Battery temperatur e sensor Temperatu re and humidity sensor

Wiring alarm Battery Tem environ ment Tem/ environ ment Hum

JTP1 BAT_ WE TEMHU

MDF Battery temperature sensor Not connected by default.

MDF Battery temperature sensor Not connected by default.

NOTE

Before adding a user-defined analog or monitoring digital parameter, make sure that the port corresponding to this parameter is properly connected to an environment monitoring cable.

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Data Plan
The data plan of the EPS75-4815AF in the F01D500 cabinet is the same as that in F02A, F02AF, F01D200, and F01D1000 cabinets. In this topic, the application in the F01D500 cabinet is considered as an example. Table 3-44 provides the data plan for configuring the monitoring parameters of the EPS75-4815AF. Table 3-44 Data plan for configuring the monitoring parameters of the EPS75-4815AF Item EMU Data Plan for the F01D500 Cabinet Type: POWER4875L Remarks During the configuration of the EPS75-4815AF, the type of the EPS75-4815AF is selected as POWER4875L. The subnode ID must be the same as the subnode setting of the corresponding DIP switches on the EMU, but the subnode ID must be different from IDs of the other subnodes on the same bus. This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. automatic: The power system automatically adjusts the charging mode of batteries according to the status of the battery set. equalizing: The battery is charged forcibly so as to quickly compensate for the lost capacity of the battery. floating: The battery adjusts charging/ discharging when it is in saturation. Default: automatic. Equalized charging voltage of the battery: 56.5 V This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. When setting the equalized charging voltage of the battery, make sure that DC overvoltage - 1 V > equalized charging voltage > float charging voltage + 2 V, and that DC undervoltage > load power-off voltage > battery power-off voltage. Default: 56.5 V. Float charging voltage of the battery: 53.5 V This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. When setting the float charging of the battery, make sure that DC overvoltage - 1 V > equalized charging voltage > float charging voltage + 2 V, and that DC undervoltage > load power-off voltage > battery power-off voltage. Default: 53.5 V.

SN: 0 Subnode ID: 0

Charging parameters of the battery

Charging mode of the battery: automatic

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Item Battery management parameters

Data Plan for the F01D500 Cabinet Current-limiting coefficient for battery charging: 0.15

Remarks This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. In the normal state, the current of the power supply is not limited. The currentlimiting function is enabled when the charging current of the battery set > current-limiting coefficient x nominal capacity of the battery set. Default value: 0.15.

Interval of battery equalized charging: 60 days

This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. If the continuous float charging duration of the rectifier unit exceeds the preset equalized charging interval, the battery enters the equalized charging state. Default: 60 days.

Number of battery sets: 1

This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. The number of battery sets can be set to 0 or 1. That is, the system supports up to one battery set. Default value: 1.

Capacity of the battery set: 75 AH

The battery capacity is configured according to the actual value. The F02A cabinet uses the 100 AH batteries, the F02AF cabinet uses different external batteries according to the actual conditions, the F01D200 cabinet uses the 80 AH batteries, the F01D500 cabinet uses the 150 AH or 194 AH batteries, and the F01D1000 cabinet uses the 150 AH or 194 AH batteries. Default: 65 AH.

Temperature compensatio n parameter of the battery

Upper temperature threshold of the battery set: 80C Lower temperature threshold of the battery set: -20C Temperature compensation coefficient of the battery set: 80 mV

This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. Default: 80C. This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. Default: -20C. This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. The temperature compensation coefficient refers to the variable of the float charging voltage of the battery set when the temperature of the battery set changes by every 1 C. Default: 80 mV.

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Item Power supply load power-off and battery set power-off parameters

Data Plan for the F01D500 Cabinet

Remarks

Load power-off This parameter is set according to the actual permission status: forbid requirements. Default: forbid. Battery set power-off permission status: permit This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. Default: permit. Load power-off voltage: 44 V This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. Default: 44 V. Battery set power-off voltage: 43 V This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. Default: 43 V.

Power distribution parameters

AC overvoltage alarm threshold of the power supply: 280 V

This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. When the AC voltage exceeds the preset overvoltage alarm threshold, the system reports an AC overvoltage alarm. In this case, the rectifier unit powers off automatically to protect the system. Default: 280 V.

AC undervoltage alarm threshold of the power supply: 180 V

This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. When the AC voltage falls below the preset undervoltage alarm threshold, the system reports an AC undervoltage alarm. In this case, the rectifier unit powers off automatically to protect the system. Default: 180 V.

DC overvoltage alarm threshold of the power supply: 58 V

This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. When the DC voltage exceeds the preset overvoltage alarm threshold, the system reports a DC overvoltage alarm. In this case, the rectifier unit powers off automatically to protect the system. Default: 58 V.

DC undervoltage alarm threshold of the power supply: 45 V

This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. When the DC voltage falls below the preset undervoltage alarm threshold, the system reports a DC undervoltage alarm. In this case, the rectifier unit powers off automatically to protect the system. Default: 45 V.

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Item Rectifier unit parameter

Data Plan for the F01D500 Cabinet Number of rectifier units: 2

Remarks This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. The EPS75-4815AF supports up to two rectifier units. Default value: 5.

Load and battery hightemperature power-off parameters

Load high-temperature power-off permission status: forbid Battery hightemperature power-off permission status: permit Temperature for load high-temperature power-off: 70C Temperature for battery high-temperature power-off: 53C

This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. Default: forbid. This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. Default: forbid. This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. Default: 65C. This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. Default: 53C. This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. When the actual temperature reaches or is higher than the upper alarm threshold, the system reports an alarm. Default: 50C.

Environment monitoring parameters

Upper alarm threshold of the temperature: 68C

Lower alarm threshold of the temperature: -5C

This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. When the actual temperature is equal to or lower than the lower alarm threshold, the system reports an alarm. Default: 0C.

Upper alarm threshold of the humidity: 80% RH

This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. When the actual humidity reaches or is higher than the upper alarm threshold, the system reports an alarm. Default: 80% RH.

Lower alarm threshold of the humidity: 10% RH

This parameter is set according to the actual requirements. When the actual humidity is equal to or lower than the lower alarm threshold, the system reports an alarm. Default: 10% RH.

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Item External extended digital parameters

Data Plan for the F01D500 Cabinet Digital parameter ID: 0

Remarks This digital parameter is set according to the actual requirements. The monitoring digital parameter of the fan tray is set here to monitor the fan tray. When the fan tray is faulty, the host reports an alarm. When the low level represents the valid level, the host does not report an alarm in the case of low level. This digital parameter is set according to the actual requirements. The monitoring digital parameter of the fan tray is set here to monitor the fan tray. When the fan tray is faulty, the host reports an alarm. When the low level represents the valid level, the host does not report an alarm in the case of low level. This digital parameter is set according to the actual requirements. The monitoring digital parameter of the lightning arrester is set here to monitor the status of the lightning arrester. When the lightning arrester is faulty, the host reports an alarm. When the low level represents the valid level, the host does not report an alarm in the case of low level. This digital parameter is set according to the actual requirements. The monitoring digital parameter of the smoke sensor is set here to monitor whether there is smoke in the actual environment. When there is smoke, the host reports an alarm. When the high level represents the valid level, the host does not report an alarm in the case of high level. This digital parameter is set according to the actual requirements. The monitoring digital parameter of the heat exchanger is set here to monitor the status of the heat exchanger. When the heat exchanger is faulty, the host reports an alarm. When the low level represents the valid level, the host does not report an alarm in the case of low level.

Valid level of digital parameter 0: low level Digital parameter ID: 1

Valid level of digital parameter 1: low level Digital parameter ID: 3

Valid level of digital parameter 3: low level Digital parameter ID: 4

Valid level of digital parameter 4: high level Digital parameter ID: 5

Valid level of digital parameter 5: low level

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Data Plan for the F01D500 Cabinet Digital parameter ID: 6

Remarks This digital parameter is set according to the actual requirements. The digital monitoring parameter of the MDF door status sensor is set here to monitor the MDF door status. When the door of the MDF compartment is open, the host reports an alarm. When the low level represents the valid level, the host does not report an alarm in the case of low level.

Valid level of digital parameter 6: low level

Configuration Process
The monitoring parameters can be reported to the control board and the service processing board only when the data for the EPS75-4815AF is configured correctly in the system. Figure 3-45 shows the configuration process.

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Figure 3-45 Configuration process of the EPS75-4815AF


Start

Add an EMU

Configure the battery charging parameters

Configure the battery management parameters Configure the temperature compensation coefficient of the battery Configure the power supply load power-off and battery set power-off parameters

Configure the power distribution parameters

Configure the rectifier unit parameter

Configure the load and battery hightemperature power-off parameters Configure the environment monitoring parameters Configure the external extended digital parameters

End

Procedure
Step 1 Run the emu add command to add an environment monitoring unit (EMU) after logging into the IPM system through the maintenance terminal.
huawei(config)#emu add 0 POWER4875L 0 0 RS232 POWER4875L

Step 2 Run the display emu command to query the status of the EPS30-4815AF power system.
huawei(config)#display emu 0 -------------------------------------------------------------------EMU name : POWER4875L EMU type : Pwr4875 EMU state : Normal Frame ID : 0 Subnode : 0 COM Port : RS232 --------------------------------------------------------------------

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Step 3 Access the environment monitoring configuration mode, and then run the display power system parameter command to query the default configuration information.
huawei(config)#interface emu 0 huawei(config-if-power4875l-0)#display power system parameter EMU ID: 0 Power system information ---------------------------------------------------------------------------charge control state : automatic control equalizing Voltage : 56.500V floating Voltage: 53.500V charge lmt quotiety: 0.150 equalizing time : 60 days battery number : 1 battery 0 capacity : 65 AH battery temperature test upper : 80C battery temperature test lower: -20C temperature redeem quotiety : 80mV battery temperature alarm upper: 50C battery temperature alarm lower: 0C load off permit : forbid load off voltage : 44.000V battery off permit : permit battery off voltage : 43.000V AC over alarm voltage : 280V AC lack alarm voltage : 180V DC over alarm voltage : 58 V DC lack alarm voltage : 45V power module number: 5 module 0 address: 1 module 0 switch state : On module 1 address: 2 module 1 switch state : On module 2 address: 3 module 2 switch state : On module 3 address: 4 module 3 switch state : On module 4 address: 5 module 4 switch state : On Load high-temperature-off permit: forbid Load high-temperature-off temperature(C): 65 Battery high-temperature-off permit: forbid Battery high-temperature-off temperature(C): 53 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------huawei(config-if-power4875l-0)#display power environment parameter EMU ID: 2 Power environment configration parameter ---------------------------------------------------------------------------AnalogID Name AlmUpper AlmLower TestUpper TestLower Unit Type 0 Temperature 50 0 80 -20 C Current 1 Humidity 80 10 100 0 %R.H. Current ---------------------------------------------------------------------------DigitalID Name Level |DigitalID Name Level 0 1 | 1 1 2 1 | 3 1 4 1 | 5 1 6 1 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

The results show that the power, temperature, and humidity parameters have been configured automatically in the system; however, certain parameters need to be modified, and certain extended monitoring parameters need to be added. Step 4 Run the power charge command to configure the charging parameters of the battery. In this example, the query result is consistent with the data plan. Therefore, the charging parameters need not be configured. Step 5 Run the power battery parameter command to configure the management parameters of the battery.
huawei(config-if-power4875l-0)#power battery parameter 1 0.15 60 150

Step 6 Run the power battery temperature command to configure the temperature compensation parameters of the battery. In this example, the query result is consistent with the data plan. Therefore, the temperature compensation parameters need not be configured. Step 7 Run the power off command to configure the load power-off parameters of the power system and the power-off parameters of the battery set.

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In this example, the query result is consistent with the data plan. Therefore, the parameters need not be configured. Step 8 Run the power supply-parameter command to configure the power distribution parameters of the power system. In this example, the query result is consistent with the data plan. Therefore, the power distribution parameters need not be configured. If you need to change the parameter values, run the corresponding command. Step 9 Run the power module-num command to configure the parameters of the power rectifier module. In this example, the query result is consistent with the data plan. Therefore, the parameters need not be configured. If you need to change the parameter values, run the corresponding command. Step 10 Run the power temperature-off command to configure the load and high temperature poweroff parameters of the battery.
huawei(config-if-power4875l-0)#power temperature-off load-off-state forbid loadoff-temperature 70 battery-off-state permit battery-off-temperature 53

Step 11 Run the power environment command to configure the environment parameters. l Configure the temperature parameters.
huawei(config-if-power4875l-0)#power environment temperature 68 -5 80 -20

l Configure the humidity parameters. If the planned data is the same as the query result, the parameters need not be configured. If the parameters need to be modified, run the power environment humidity command. Step 12 Run the power outside-digital command to configure the extended digital monitoring parameters.
huawei(config-if-power4875l-0)#power name Fan huawei(config-if-power4875l-0)#power name HABF_FAN huawei(config-if-power4875l-0)#power name SPD huawei(config-if-power4875l-0)#power name Smoke huawei(config-if-power4875l-0)#power name HEX huawei(config-if-power4875l-0)#power name MDF-door outside-digital 0 available-level low-level outside-digital 1 available-level low-level outside-digital 3 available-level low-level outside-digital 4 available-level high-level outside-digital 5 available-level low-level outside-digital 6 available-level low-level

Step 13 Save the data.


huawei(config-if-power4875l-0)#quit huawei(config)#save

----End

Result
1. The environment monitoring information queried through the display power system parameter command is consistent with the configuration.
huawei(config)#interface emu 0 huawei(config-if-power4875l-0)#display power system parameter EMU ID: 0 Power system information ---------------------------------------------------------------------------charge control state : automatic control equalizing Voltage : 56.500V floating Voltage: 53.500V charge lmt quotiety: 0.150 equalizing time : 60 days battery number : 1

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battery 0 capacity : 150 AH battery temperature test upper : 80C battery temperature test lower: -20C temperature redeem quotiety : 80mV battery temperature alarm upper: 50C battery temperature alarm lower: 0C load off permit : forbid load off voltage : 44.000V battery off permit : permit battery off voltage : 43.000V AC over alarm voltage : 280V AC lack alarm voltage : 180V DC over alarm voltage : 58 V DC lack alarm voltage : 45V power module number: 5 module 0 address: 1 module 0 switch state : On module 1 address: 2 module 1 switch state : On module 2 address: 3 module 2 switch state : On module 3 address: 4 module 3 switch state : On module 4 address: 5 module 4 switch state : On Load high-temperature-off permit: forbid Load high-temperature-off temperature(C): 70 Battery high-temperature-off permit: permit Battery high-temperature-off temperature(C): 53 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------huawei(config-if-power4875l-0)#display power environment parameter EMU ID: 2 Power environment configration parameter ---------------------------------------------------------------------------AnalogID Name AlmUpper AlmLower TestUpper TestLower Unit Type 0 Temperature 68 -5 80 -20 C Current 1 Humidity 80 10 100 0 %R.H. Current ---------------------------------------------------------------------------DigitalID Name Level |DigitalID Name Level 0 Fan 0 | 1 HABF_FAN 0 2 0 | 3 SPD 0 4 Smoke 1 | 5 HEX 0 6 MDF-door 0 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

2.

Query the alarms, and confirm that the door status alarm other than alarms for other monitoring parameters is generated.
huawei(config-if-power4875l-0)#display power alarm EMU ID: 0 Power alarm information ---------------------------------------------------------------------------Mains supply yes : Yes Mains supply lack : Normal Total Vol lack : Normal Load fuse 0 : Connect Second fuse : Connect Load off : On Battery off : On Battery 0 loop : Disconnect Environment Temperature : Normal Environment Humidity : Normal Door alarm : Alarm Water alarm : Normal Fog alarm : Normal Wiring alarm : Normal Module 0 : Normal Module 1 : Normal Module 2 : Normal Battery temperature off state : Normal Load temperature off state : Normal ---------------------------------------------------------------------------Name State |Name State Spare Dig0(Fan) Normal|Spare(HABF_FAN) Normal Spare Dig2 Normal|Spare Dig3(SPD) Normal Spare Dig4(Smoke) Normal|Spare Dig5(HEX) Alarm Spare Dig6(MDF-door) Alarm ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

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The door status sensors of the device compartment and the temperature control compartment are in serial connection, and are monitored as a variable. These two door status sensors are automatically configured by the system. The door status alarm is generated because the door is open.

3.

Close all doors of the cabinet. Then, query the alarm information again, and confirm that there is no alarm for any monitoring parameter.

3.14.5 Configuring the Environment Monitoring Through the Fan Tray


This topic describes how to configuring the fan environment monitoring unit (EMU) so that it can monitor the running status of the device fan.

Prerequisite
l l The hardware settings of the DIP switches must be consistent with the settings on the subnode. The device must work in the normal state.

The configuration of the fan tray varies with the type of the shelf. The details are as follows: l The HABA shelf does not support the configuration of the fan tray. The fan monitoring port is unavailable, and the fan can be controlled by only the dual in-line package (DIP) switch. The HABD shelf supports the configuration of the fan tray through software. The fan tray can be added to the H602HABD, H612HABL, and H601HABM shelves and can run in the normal state. The fan tray can be added to the H601HABD and H601HABA shelves but cannot run in the normal state.

l l l

For the high density front access cabinet: l l When both the broadband and the narrowband control boards are installed, use the broadband control board to configure the fan EMU. When only the narrowband control board is installed, use the narrowband control board to configure the fan EMU.

Precaution
l l l l The serial port type of the fan can only be RS-485. The sub-node of the fan is numbered from 0-7, and the default value is 0. The hardware settings of the DIP switches must be consistent with the settings on the subnode. When the system is configured with multiple EMUs, make sure that all the sub-nodes do not conflict with each other.

Data Plan
Table 3-45 shows the data plan for configuring the fan.
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Table 3-45 Fan configuration data plan Configuration Item EMU Data Type: Fan Number: 1 Subnode ID: 6 Remarks The subnode ID must be the same as the subnode setting of the corresponding DIP switch on the fan monitoring board, but the subnode ID must be different from IDs of the other subnodes on the same bus. The serial port of environment monitoring communication of the fan tray must be set to RS485. In the actual environment, when you need to set the fan speed adjustment mode or adjust the fan speed level manually so as to assure heat dissipation of the device, run this command By default, the alarm reporting is enabled.

Serial port of environment monitoring communication: RS485 Name: Fan Fan speed adjustment mode Speed adjustment mode of the fan tray: automatic.

Alarm reporting for the fans

Read temperature failure alarm: permit Fan block alarm: permit Temperature too high alarm: permit Power fault alarm: permit

NOTE

l The automatic fan speed adjustment mode, based on the temperature, is suggested. In level 5, if you do not set the fan speed adjustment mode as automatic, the fan will have air redundancy. l You can adjust the fan speed level only when the speed adjustment mode of the fan is set to manual. l When the system is in the abnormal state or the fan is invalid, the fan rotates at a high speed to compensate the air and meet the heat dissipation requirements.

Configuration Process
Figure 3-46 shows the configuration process.

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Figure 3-46 Configuration process of the fan


Start

Add an EMU

Configure the fan speed adjustment mode

Configure the alarm reporting for the fans

End

Procedure
Step 1 In global config mode, run the emu add command to add an EMU.
huawei(config)#emu add 1 FAN 0 6 rs485 Fan

Step 2 In the FAN mode, run the fan speed mode automatic command to configure the fan speed adaptation mode.
huawei(config)#interface emu 1 huawei(config-if-fan-1)#fan speed mode automatic
NOTE

When the fan speed adaptation mode is manual, run the fan speed adjust command to set the fan speed.

Step 3 Run the fan_alarmset command to configure the alarm report function of the fan.
huawei(config-if-fan-1)#fan huawei(config-if-fan-1)#fan huawei(config-if-fan-1)#fan huawei(config-if-fan-1)#fan alarmset alarmset alarmset alarmset block permit read-tem-fault permit tem-high permit fault permit

Step 4 In global config mode, run the save command to save data.
huawei(config-if-fan-1)#quit huawei(config)#save

----End

Result
l In the EMU FAN mode, run the display fan system parameter command to query whether the parameters of the fan tray are the same as the configuration.
huawei(config-if-fan-1)#display fan system parameter EMU ID: 1 FAN configuration parameter: -----------------------------------------------------------------FAN timing mode: Auto timing -----------------------------------------------------------------Alarm_name Permit/Forbid Read temperature sensor fault Permit Fan block Permit Temperature high Permit

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Board fault Permit -------------------------------------------------------------------

In the EMU FAN mode, run the display fan environment info command to query the fan tray running information.
huawei(config-if-fan-1)#display fan environment info EMU ID: 1 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------fan run information: ---------------------------------------------------------------------------Fan Temperature: 37.0C ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

3.15 Checking the Auto-Save Settings


This topic describes how to check the settings of the auto-save function to prevent data loss due to reboots.

Prerequisite
The system must work in the normal state.

Precaution
l The UA5000 supports two auto-save modes. One is the auto saving at certain intervals (autosave interval), and the other is the auto saving based on a fixed time (autosave time). These two functions are mutually exclusive. Auto saving at certain intervals is recommended. Over-frequent data saving affects the system performance. The recommended saving interval is 60 minutes or longer. Run the save command to save the configuration data no matter whether the auto-save function is enabled.

l l

Procedure
Step 1 In the common user mode, run the display autosave configuration command to query the autosave parameter in the system. If the system auto-save interval switch is off, perform Step 2; otherwise, perform Step 3.
NOTE

Saving the data according to the auto-save interval by the configuration system is considered as an example in this topic.

Step 2 In privilege mode, run the autosave interval on command to enable the auto-save function of the system.
NOTE

By default, the auto-save function is disabled.

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Step 3 In privilege mode, run the autosave interval time command to set the auto-save interval of the system. ----End

Result
The auto-save interval is the same as the configuration.

3.16 Saving the Data


This topic describes how to save the data into the flash memory to prevent data loss due to reboots.

Precaution

WARNING
The system has the corresponding prompt information during the command execution. Do not power off or force to reset the system until the saving process reaches 100%. Otherwise, the data in the flash memory may be damaged. Over-frequent saving of the configuration affects the running efficiency of the system.

Procedure
Step 1 In privilege mode, run the save command to save the configuration data of the system into the flash memory. ----End

Result
l l When the database file is saved successfully, the system displays the saving process. After the data is saved, the system displays a message 1[YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS]:PID_DB-4-DBINFO:The configuration data of X slot's main control board is saved completed . In this message, YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS indicates the year-month-day hour: minute: second of the current time when the data is saved. X indicates the slot ID of the control board whose data is saved. When no configuration data need to be saved, the system displays a message System configuration data has been saved completely, no need saving again.

3.17 Backing Up the System File


This topic describes how to back up the system file to prevent permanent data loss due to the system failure. At the first office deployment or when the upgrade is complete, you need to back up the database file and the configuration file to restore the system in the case of the system failure.
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Prerequisite
l Use the crossover network cable to connect the network port of the maintenance terminal to the maintenance network port of the UA5000. You can also use the straight-through cable to connect the two ports respectively to the hub. The commissioning terminal must be installed with the TFTP software.

Procedure
Step 1 Run the TFTP application program on the commissioning terminal, set the path for saving the backup files, and set the IP address of the TFTP server.
NOTE

The system supports backing up the system through the serial port or the maintenance network port. The Xmodem protocol is used in the serial port backup, and the TFTP or FTP protocol is used in the network port backup.

Step 2 In privilege mode, run the backup data command in TFTP mode to back up the file. Example: To back up the database file of the system to the TFTP server (IP: 10.10.1.2) through TFTP, and specify the name of the database file saved on the TFTP server as 20050101.dat, do as follows:
huawei# backup data tftp 10.10.1.2 20050101.dat

Step 3 In privilege mode, run the backup configuration command to back up the configuration file. Example: To back up the configuration file of the system to the TFTP server through TFTP, and specify the name of the configuration file saved on the TFTP server (IP: 10.10.1.2) as 20050102.dat, do as follows:
huawei# backup configuration tftp 10.10.1.2 20050102.dat

----End

Result
After the backup, the backup file can be viewed in the preset path.

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About This Chapter


The UA5000 is interconnected with other devices to meet the requirements for various services. 4.1 Commissioning the U2000 Interconnection The administrator can maintain and manage the UA5000 in inband network management or outband network management mode. This topic describes how to commission the interconnection by considering the "iManager U2000 unified network management system" (iManager U2000) as an example. 4.2 Commissioning the Interconnection Between the Device and the BRAS This topic describes how to check whether the UA5000 can normally communicate with the BRAS. Working with the BRAS, the UA5000 can implement the service authentication, accounting, and authorization. 4.3 Commissioning the Interconnection Between the Device and the Router This topic describes how to check whether the UA5000 can normally communicate with the router and whether the UA5000 can access the upper-layer device through the router.

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4.1 Commissioning the U2000 Interconnection


The administrator can maintain and manage the UA5000 in inband network management or outband network management mode. This topic describes how to commission the interconnection by considering the "iManager U2000 unified network management system" (iManager U2000) as an example.

4.1.1 Commissioning the U2000 in Outband Mode


This topic describes how to verify whether the UA5000 supports the outband NMS through the local maintenance network port ETH (the outband NMS interface), so that the iManager U2000 can maintain the device through this management channel.

Networking
Figure 4-1 shows that the iManager U2000 is connected to the maintenance network port ETH on the control board of the UA5000 through the IP network. Figure 4-1 Networking for the outband NMS

iManager U2000 Router IPMB

COM ETH UA5000

Data Plan
Table 4-1 provides the data plan for configuring the outband NMS.

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Table 4-1 Data plan for configuring the outband NMS Device or Port Outband NMS interface of the UA5000 Item IP address Default gateway Read community name Write community name Trap destination host name Trap sending parameter list name Trap protocol version Name of the host that generates the trap iManager U2000 IP address Default gateway Read community name Write community name Data 10.50.1.10/24 (as the source address of traps) 10.50.1.1 public private public public SNMP V2C public 10.10.1.10/24 (as the destination address of traps) 10.10.1.1 public private

Procedure
l Configure the outband NMS on the UA5000 side. 1. Configure the IP address of the outband NMS interface.
huawei(config)#interface meth 0 huawei(config-if-meth0)#ip address 10.50.1.10 255.255.255.0 huawei(config-if-meth0)#quit

2. 3.

Configure the iManager U2000 route.


huawei(config)#ip route-static 10.10.1.0 24 10.50.1.1

Configure the community name and the access authority.


huawei(config)#snmp-agent community read public huawei(config)#snmp-agent community write private

4. 5.

Enable the trap sending.


huawei(config)#snmp-agent trap enable standard

Configure the trap destination host name, IP address, and trap sending parameter list name.
huawei(config)#snmp-agent target-host trap-hostname public address 10.10.1.10 trap-paramsname public

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huawei(config)#snmp-agent target-host trap-paramsname public v2c securityname public

6. 7. l

Configure the source address of the trap.


huawei(config)#snmp-agent trap source meth 0

Save the data.


huawei(config)#save

Configuring the outband NMS on the iManager U2000 side. 1. Configure the following parameters on the iManager U2000. IP address: 10.10.1.10 GET community name: public 2. SET community name: private Configure the route gateway of subnet 10.50.1.0/24 to 10.10.1.1.
NOTE

When the IP address of the outband NMS interface of the UA5000 is not in the same subnet as the IP address of the iManager U2000, configure the route information to forward the NMS packets.

----End

Result
You can maintain and manage the UA5000 through the iManager U2000.

4.1.2 Commissioning the U2000 in Inband Mode


This topic describes how to verify whether the UA5000 supports the inband management through the uplink port (the inband management interface), so that the iManager U2000 can maintain the device through this management channel.

Networking
Figure 4-2 shows that the iManager U2000 is connected to the uplink port (the inband management interface) of the UA5000 through the IP network. Figure 4-2 Networking for the inband management

Router Router iManager U2000

IPMB

COM ETH UA5000

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Data Plan
Table 4-2 provides the data plan for configuring the inband management. Table 4-2 Data plan for configuring the inband management Device or Port Management interface of the UA5000 Item IP address Default gateway Read community name Write community name Trap destination host name Trap sending parameter list name Trap protocol version Name of host that generates the trap iManager U2000 Default gateway Read community name Write community name Data 10.50.1.10/24 (as the source address of traps) 10.50.1.1 public private public public SNMP V2C public 10.10.1.1 public private

Procedure
l Configure the inband management on the UA5000 side. 1. Configure the inband management interface.
huawei(config)#vlan 1000 standard huawei(config)#port vlan 1000 0/2 0

2.

Configure the IP address of the management interface.


huawei(config)#interface vlanif 1000 huawei(config-if-vlanif1000)#ip address 10.50.1.10 255.255.255.0 huawei(config-if-vlanif1000)#quit

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huawei(config)#ip route-static 10.10.1.0 255.255.255.0 10.50.1.1

Configure the community name and the access authority.


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huawei(config)#snmp-agent community read public huawei(config)#snmp-agent community write privat

5. 6.

Enable the trap sending.


huawei(config)#snmp-agent trap enable standard

Configure the target host address of the trap.


huawei(config)#snmp-agent target-host trap address 10.10.1.10 securityname private

7. 8. l

Configure the source address of the trap.


huawei(config)#snmp-agent trap source vlanif 1000

Save the data.


huawei(config)#save

Configure the inband management on the iManager U2000 side. 1. Configure the following parameters on the iManager U2000. IP address: 10.10.1.10 GET community name: public SET community name: private 2. Set the route gateway of subnet 10.50.1.0/24 to 10.10.1.1.
NOTE

When the IP address of the inband management interface is not in the same subnet as the IP address of the iManager U2000, configure the route information to forward the IP packets.

----End

Result
You can maintain and manage the UA5000 through the iManager U2000.

4.2 Commissioning the Interconnection Between the Device and the BRAS
This topic describes how to check whether the UA5000 can normally communicate with the BRAS. Working with the BRAS, the UA5000 can implement the service authentication, accounting, and authorization.

Service Requirements
In the network as shown in Figure 4-3, the service requirements are as follows: l l l l The UA5000 uses the IPMB board for upstream transmission. The UA5000 is connected to the WAN through the router or the L3 LAN switch, and then connected to the BRAS. A static route is configured on the UA5000 for communicating with the BRAS. The requirements on the BRAS are as follows: According to the authentication and accounting requirements for the users, related configurations need to be performed on the BRAS. For example, configure the access user domain (including the authentication scheme, accounting scheme, and authorization scheme that are bound to the domain) and specify the RADIUS server. If the subscriber authentication is performed on the BRAS, you need to configure the user name and password for the access subscriber on the BRAS. If the IP address is
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allocated by the BRAS, you need to configure the corresponding IP address pool on the BRAS.
NOTE

For details about how to configure a router or the BRAS, see related configuration guides.

Figure 4-3 Example network for the commissioning the interconnection between the device and the BRAS

Router 10.50.1.1

BRAS 10.10.10.1

COM ETH IPMB UA5000

Procedure
Step 1 Configure a VLAN. The VLAN ID is 2, and the VLAN type is smart VLAN.
huawei(config)#vlan 2 smart

Step 2 Add the uplink port to the configured VLAN. Uplink port IPMB on the 0/2/0 board is added to VLAN 2.
huawei(config)#port vlan 2 0/2 0
NOTE

If the packet transmitted from the uplink port is untagged, run the native-vlan command to configure the native VLAN of the uplink port to be the same as the VLAN of the uplink port.

Step 3 Configure the IP address of the L3 interface. The L3 IP address is 10.50.1.10/24, and this IP address must be in the same network segment as the gateway IP address (IP address of the router port that is connected to the UA5000).
huawei(config)#interface vlanif 2 huawei(config-if-vlanif2)#ip address 10.50.1.10 255.255.255.0 huawei(config-if-vlanif2)#quit

Step 4 Add a static route. The destination address is 10.10.1.0/24 (the network segment where the BRAS is located) and the next-hop address is the IP address of the gateway 10.50.1.1.
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huawei(config)#ip route-static 10.10.1.0 24 10.50.1.1

Step 5 Save the data.


huawei(config)#save

----End

Result
After the UA5000 is interconnected with the BRAS successfully, you can ping IP address 10.10.1.1 from the UA5000.

Configuration Script
vlan 2 smart port vlan 2 0/2 0 interface vlanif 2 ip address 10.50.1.10 255.255.255.0 quit ip route-static 10.10.1.0 24 10.50.1.1 save

4.3 Commissioning the Interconnection Between the Device and the Router
This topic describes how to check whether the UA5000 can normally communicate with the router and whether the UA5000 can access the upper-layer device through the router.

Service Requirements
In the network as shown in Figure 4-4, the service requirements are as follows: l l The UA5000 uses the IPMB board for upstream transmission. The UA5000 is interconnected with the router, and is interconnected with the network segment 10.10.1.0/24 of the upper-layer device through the configuration of a static route on the UA5000.
NOTE

For details about how to configure a router, see the related configuration guide.

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Figure 4-4 Example network for commissioning the interconnection between the router and the device

PC Router 10.50.1.1 LAN 10.10.1.0/24

PC

PC

COM ETH IPMB UA5000

Procedure
Step 1 Configure a VLAN. The VLAN ID is 2, and the VLAN type is smart VLAN.
huawei(config)#vlan 2 smart

Step 2 Add the uplink port to the configured VLAN. Uplink port IPMB on the 0/2/0 board is added to VLAN 2.
huawei(config)#port vlan 2 0/2 0
NOTE

If the packet transmitted from the uplink port is untagged, run the native-vlan command to configure the native VLAN of the uplink port to be the same as the VLAN of the uplink port.

Step 3 Configure the IP address of the L3 interface. The L3 IP address is 10.50.1.10/24, and this IP address must be in the same network segment as the gateway IP address (IP address of the router port that is connected to the UA5000).
huawei(config)#interface vlanif 2 huawei(config-if-vlanif2)#ip address 10.50.1.10 255.255.255.0 huawei(config-if-vlanif2)#quit

Step 4 Add a static route. The destination IP address is 10.10.1.0/24, and the next-hop IP address is gateway IP address 10.50.1.1.
huawei(config)#ip route-static 10.10.1.0 24 10.50.1.1

Step 5 Save the data.


huawei(config)#save

----End

Result
After the UA5000 is interconnected with the router successfully, you can ping IP address 10.10.1.0/24 from the UA5000.
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Configuration Script
vlan 2 smart port vlan 2 0/2 0 interface vlanif 2 ip address 10.50.1.10 255.255.255.0 quit ip route-static 10.10.1.0 24 10.50.1.1 save

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About This Chapter

Maintenance and Management Commissioning

This topic describes how to verify the reliability of the device after commissioning the basic functions and services of the device to ensure the performance reliability of the UA5000. 5.1 Checking the Alarm Function and the Event Function This topic describes how to check whether the alarm function and the event function of the UA5000 are in the normal state after all the alarms and events are output to the command lines. 5.2 Checking the Log This topic describes how to check the log through the commissioning terminal. When the device is faulty, you can locate the fault by querying the log.

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5.1 Checking the Alarm Function and the Event Function


This topic describes how to check whether the alarm function and the event function of the UA5000 are in the normal state after all the alarms and events are output to the command lines.

5.1.1 Verifying the Alarm Function and the Event Function


This topic describes how to check whether the alarm function and the event function of the device are in the normal state by triggering various alarms or events through related operations.

Precaution
For the information on how to remove and insert boards and cables to avoid mal-operation, see Installation Guide.

Verification
Table 5-1 shows how to verify the alarm function and the event function. Table 5-1 Verification of the alarm function and the event function Operation Remove/Insert a service board. Description Check whether the alarm/event attributes including the alarm/ event severity and the alarm/event occurrence time are correct and check whether the alarm/event on the NMS is consistent with the alarm/event on the maintenance terminal. Check whether the alarm/event attributes including the alarm/ event severity and the alarm/event occurrence time are correct and check whether the alarm/event on the NMS is consistent with the alarm/event on the maintenance terminal. Check whether the alarm/event attributes including the alarm/ event severity and the alarm/event occurrence time are correct and check whether the alarm/event on the NMS is consistent with the alarm/event on the maintenance terminal. Check whether the alarm/event attributes including the alarm/ event severity and the alarm/event occurrence time are correct and check whether the alarm/event on the NMS is consistent with the alarm/event on the maintenance terminal. Check whether the alarm/event attributes including the alarm/ event severity and the alarm/event occurrence time are correct and check whether the alarm/event on the NMS is consistent with the alarm/event on the maintenance terminal. Check whether the alarm/event attributes including the alarm/ event severity and the alarm/event occurrence time are correct and check whether the alarm/event on the NMS is consistent with the alarm/event on the maintenance terminal.
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Reset a board.

Remove/Insert the optical fiber from/into the optical port. Open/Close the cabinet door.

Set the upper temperature limit of the EMU to a value lower than the ambient temperature. Restore the temperature threshold of the EMU to the default value.

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Operation Set the upper humidity limit of the EMU to a value lower than the ambient humidity. Restore the humidity threshold of the EMU to the default value. Remove/Insert the fan tray.

Description Check whether the alarm/event attributes including the alarm/ event severity and the alarm/event occurrence time are correct and check whether the alarm/event on the NMS is consistent with the alarm/event on the maintenance terminal. Check whether the alarm/event attributes including the alarm/ event severity and the alarm/event occurrence time are correct and check whether the alarm/event on the NMS is consistent with the alarm/event on the maintenance terminal. Check whether the alarm/event attributes including the alarm/ event severity and the alarm/event occurrence time are correct and check whether the alarm/event on the NMS is consistent with the alarm/event on the maintenance terminal. Log in to the system again and run the display alarm history command on the commissioning terminal to check whether the active and standby switchover alarm exists in the history alarms.
NOTE The alarm for the active and standby switchover is reported after the active and standby switchover occurs.

Switch over the active and the standby control boards.

Remove/Insert the cables of the subtending slave shelf.

Check whether the alarm/event attributes including the alarm/ event severity and the alarm/event occurrence time are correct and check whether the alarm/event on the NMS is consistent with the alarm/event on the maintenance terminal. Check whether the alarm/event attributes including the alarm/ event severity and the alarm/event occurrence time are correct and check whether the alarm/event on the NMS is consistent with the alarm/event on the maintenance terminal. Check whether the alarm/event attributes including the alarm/ event severity and the alarm/event occurrence time are correct and check whether the alarm/event on the NMS is consistent with the alarm/event on the maintenance terminal.

Turn off/Turn on the mains supply switch

Discharge the battery to the under-voltage value.

5.1.2 Querying Alarms and Events


This topic describes how to query the history alarms and events through the maintenance terminal.

Context
The system saves up to 1000 fault alarms and recovery alarms, and 900 event notifications in its buffer. If the buffer is full, and there is a new alarm, the new alarm overwrites the oldest record in the buffer. You can query the records that are already overwritten from the network management database. The system provides multiple ways to query the history alarms. For details, see Table 5-2.
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Table 5-2 Commands for querying history alarms To Query alarms by alarm serial number Query alarms by alarm ID Query alarms by alarm type Query alarms by alarm class Query alarms by alarm severity Query alarms by occurrence time Query alarms by alarm parameters Query all the latest alarms Use display alarm history alarmsn sn [ detail | list ] display alarm history alarmid id [ detail | list | start-number number ] display alarm history alarmtype type [ detail | list | startnumber number ] display alarm history alarmclass class [ detail | list | startnumber number ] display alarm history alarmlevel level [ detail | list | startnumber number ] display alarm history alarmtime start start-date start-time end end-date end-time [ start-number number ] [ detail | list | startnumber number ] display alarm history alarmparameter { frameid/slotid/portid | frameid/slotid | frameid | vlanif vlanif } [ detail | list ] display alarm history all [ detail | list ]

The system provides multiple ways to query the history events. For details, see Table 5-3. Table 5-3 Commands for querying history events To Query events by event serial number Query events by event ID Query events by event type Query events by event class Query events by event severity Query events by occurrence time Use display event history eventsn sn [ detail | list ] display event history eventid id [ detail | list | start-number number ] display event history eventtype type [ detail | list | start-number number ] display event history eventclass class [ detail | list | startnumber number ] display event history eventlevel level [ detail | list | startnumber number ] display event history eventtime start start-date start-time end enddate end-time [ start-number number ] [ detail | list | startnumber number ]

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To Query events by event parameters Query all the latest events

Use display event history eventparameter { frameid/slotid/portid | frameid/slotid | frameid | vlanif vlanif } [ detail | list ] display event history all [ detail | list ]

Procedure
Step 1 Perform certain operations that can generate alarms or events, such as removing and inserting a board. Step 2 Run the display alarm history command to query the history alarms. Step 3 Run the display event history command to query the history events. ----End

Result
After the operations are performed, the corresponding alarms or events are generated.

5.2 Checking the Log


This topic describes how to check the log through the commissioning terminal. When the device is faulty, you can locate the fault by querying the log.

Procedure
Step 1 You can perform some simple operations, such as adding an operation user, on the device through the command lines. Step 2 In the common user mode, run the display log command to query the records in the log. ----End

Result
The log records the operation information.

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Additional Information

The additional information includes the FAQ, operation guide on supplementary charge of the battery, commissioning record, software factory defaults, and acronyms and abbreviations. A.1 Configuring the Maintenance Terminal This topic describes how to configure the IP address of the maintenance terminal so that the maintenance terminal can access the UA5000 normally in telnet mode or SSH mode. A.2 Making a Script This topic describes how to make a script according to the collected data plan. A.3 Operation Guide on Battery Supplementary Charge Based on the battery features, automatic discharge may occur due to chemical reactions during the delivery and storage. In this case, the battery capacity and the open circuit voltage decrease. To restore the voltage and capacity of the battery completely, perform the supplementary charge before using the battery. A.4 Settings of the Software Package This topic describes the software package settings of the UA5000. A.5 Acronyms and Abbreviations

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A.1 Configuring the Maintenance Terminal


This topic describes how to configure the IP address of the maintenance terminal so that the maintenance terminal can access the UA5000 normally in telnet mode or SSH mode.

Prerequisite
l l The maintenance terminal must be connected and started. The IP address of the maintenance terminal and the IP address of the device must be at the same network segment, so that the maintenance terminal can log in to the device to commission.

Procedure
Step 1 Right-click My Network Places on the desktop, and then choose Properties to display the Network Connections interface. Step 2 Right-click Local Area Connection on the Network Connections interface, and then choose Properties to display the Local Area Connection Properties dialog box. Step 3 Select General. In the This connection uses the following items pane, select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP).

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Step 4 Click Properties to display the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties dialog box. Step 5 Select General and then select Use the following IP address to configure the IP address and the subnet mask. Step 6 Click OK to return to the Local Area Connection Properties dialog box. Step 7 Click OK. ----End

Result
After query, it is found that the IP address of the maintenance terminal is consistent with the IP address in the data plan.

A.2 Making a Script


This topic describes how to make a script according to the collected data plan.

Script Introduction
Before commissioning, you can make a commissioning script based on the information collected from "2.4 Data Requirements", such as the data plan. Configure the basic data by loading the script. This ensures that the device works in the normal state to facilitate the commissioning of the basic functions and the services of the device. The basic configurations that can be carried out by the script include but are not limited to the following: l l Environment monitoring unit (EMU) (including the FAN and the ESC EMUs) RIP route protocol
NOTE

l For details of loading a script, see the introduction in 3.8 Loading the Script. l For details of configuring the RIP route protocol, see the introduction in Configuration Example of RIP.

Script Example
Table A-1 provides the data plan for making the script. After the script is made, the maintenance terminal in the management center can access the UA5000 to commission the basic functions of the device. Table A-1 Script data plan Item FAN EMU Data l Number: 1 l Subnode: 6 l Name: FAN l Fan tray speed adjusting mode: automatic
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Data l Number: 0 l Subnode: 30 l Name: H303ESC

RIP route protocol

Uplink port: 0/2/0 Management VLAN ID: 100; Type: Smart VLAN IP address of management VLAN L3 interface: 192.13.24.5/22 IP address of loopback interface: 192.13.2.1/24 RIP version: V2 RIP route filtering policy: The routes are filtered according to the IP address prefix list abc, that is, only the information about the route with the IP address of 192.13.2.1 can pass the VLAN 100 L3 interface.

According to the preceding data plan, enter the following commands in the script:

CAUTION
Each command in the script must end with a carriage return (CR).
enable config emu add 1 fan 0 6 FAN interface emu 1 fan speed mode automatic quit emu add 0 h303esc 0 30 vlan 100 smart port vlan 100 0/2 0 interface vlanif 100 ip address 192.13.24.5 22 quit interface loopBack 0 ip address 192.13.2.1 24 quit rip 1 network 192.13.24.0 network 192.13.2.0 version 2 quit ip ip-prefix abc permit 192.13.2.1 32 rip 1 filter-policy ip-prefix abc export vlanif 100 save

A.3 Operation Guide on Battery Supplementary Charge


Based on the battery features, automatic discharge may occur due to chemical reactions during the delivery and storage. In this case, the battery capacity and the open circuit voltage decrease. To restore the voltage and capacity of the battery completely, perform the supplementary charge before using the battery.
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A.3.1 Preparing Tools


Before performing the supplementary charge for the battery, check and ensure that the tools that facilitate the subsequent commissioning work are available. Table A-2 lists the check items for tools before the commissioning. Table A-2 Charging devices and common tools SN 1 Item Detection device for battery charge/ discharge or system power Multimeter Description It is recommended that you use the detection device for the battery charge/discharge. If you do not have the detection device, use the system power compatible with the communication device. 0.5 level, three and half bits meter Purpose Used for the battery supplementary charge and the capacity detection.

Used for detecting the voltage of the battery group and the voltage of the single battery. Used for detecting the charge/discharge current of the battery. Used for tightening the screw. Used for unscrewing the battery covering piece.

Clamp meter

Current precision 3%

4 5

Adjustable spanner Flathead screwdriver

A.3.2 Precautions
This topic describes the precautions to be taken during the battery supplementary charge.

Precautions
The precautions to be taken in the charge are as follows: l For the battery supplementary charge, you need to use the dedicated device for the battery charge/discharge. If the required condition is unavailable, you can also use simplified power or directly use the system power of the offices. When using the simplified power or the system power of the offices, you must properly set the charge/discharge parameters. The entire process of the battery supplementary charge needs to be monitored strictly. Otherwise, abnormalities may occur. The connection point of the battery terminal should be clean, bright, and smooth. Before connection, check and clean the terminal to reduce contact resistance and prevent connection voltage drop from being too high. Prevent short circuit in the connection and insulate all the tools.
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Do not connect the positive and negative polarities of the battery reversely. During the test, ensure that all the cables are connected reliably and tightly. Otherwise, the circuit may catch fire or be overheated after the circuit is closed, which may burn the battery and cause accidents when the problem reaches a serious extent. Do not over-charge the battery. Otherwise, the life span of the battery may be shortened. When the constant voltage is 2.35 V/cell and the limited current is 0.15 C10A, the maximum charge time cannot exceed 24 hours.

A.3.3 Operation Process


This topic describes how to perform the battery supplementary charge.

Context
The cable must be connected properly based on the requirements in "A.3.2 Precautions."

Procedure
Step 1 Connect the battery that needs the supplementary charge with the cable properly. Ensure that the bolts of each connection point are tight, and then connect the positive and negative polarities of the battery group respectively to the positive and negative polarities of the charge device.

CAUTION
This helps to prevent device faults or connection and setting errors from damaging the battery. You should add an air breaker in the serial connection mode between the battery and the device loop. The capacity of the air breaker should be designed 1.5 times as the maximum current of the loop. Step 2 Run the power charge command to set the battery charge mode, value of charge voltage, and value of charge limited current.
NOTE

Each parameter of the battery is set as follows: l The battery charge mode is equalized charge. l The battery charge voltage is (2.350.02) V/cell. Where: l For the -48 V power system, the charge voltage is 56.4 V. l For the battery group that consists of 12 V single batteries, the charge voltage is 2.35 V/cell x 6 x battery quantity. l For the battery group that consists of 2 V single batteries, the charge voltage is 2.35 V/cell x battery quantity. l The limited current of the battery charge is 0.15C10A.

Step 3 Enable the loop air breaker, start the device, and charge the battery. Step 4 When the battery charge current is equal to or less than 0.005C10A, prolong the charge for three or 16 hours based on the requirements.

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One hour before the battery charge is over, check the value of the battery voltage one by one. If the battery voltage is equal to or less than 2.16 V/cell, discharge the battery that has completed charge at the constant current of 0.25C10A. Ensure that the discharge time is approximately three hours. Then, perform the charge in the constant voltage and limited current mode based on the preceding procedures of the battery supplementary charge. If the battery capacity cannot be restored completely through this charge/discharge cyclic method either, it indicates that the battery is invalid because it remained unused for a long time or is faulty. In this case, the battery must be discarded as useless.

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A.4 Settings of the Software Package


This topic describes the software package settings of the UA5000.

A.4.1 Settings of the Default Parameters of the xDSL Line Profile


Table A-3, Table A-4, and Table A-5 provide the default parameter settings of the xDSL line profile of the UA5000. Table A-3 Default parameter settings of the ADSL line profile Profile Index 1 Profile Name DEFVA L Parameter Transmission mode Default Setting T1.413 ETSI G.992.1(Annex A/B/C) G.992.2(Annex A/C) G.992.3(Annex A/B/L/M) G.992.4(Annex A/I) G.992.5(Annex A/B/M) Trellis mode Bit swap downstream Bit swap upstream Form of transmit rate adaptation downstream Form of transmit rate adaptation upstream Target SNR margin downstream (0.1 dB) Minimum downstream SNR margin (0.1 dB)
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Parameter Maximum downstream SNR margin (0.1 dB) Target SNR margin upstream (0.1 dB) Minimum SNR margin upstream (0.1 dB) Maximum SNR margin upstream (0.1 dB) Allow transition to idle Allow transition to low power L0 time (second) L2 time (second) L3 time (second) Maximum aggregate transmit power reduction (dB) Total maximum aggregate transmit power reduction (dB) INM inter arrival time offset downstream (symbol) INM inter arrival time step downstream INM cluster continuation value downstream (symbol) INM equivalent INP mode downstream <defm ode> Maximum nominal transmit PSD downstream (-0.1 dBm) Maximum nominal transmit PSD upstream (-0.1 dBm) Maximum nominal aggregate transmit power downstream (0.1 dBm) Maximum nominal aggregate transmit power upstream (0.1 dBm)

Default Setting 300 60 0 300 not allowed not allowed 255 30 255 3 9 3 0 0 0 400

380

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Profile Name

Parameter Upstream PSD mask selection

Default Setting ADLU-32/EU-32

Table A-4 Default parameter settings of the VDSL line profile Profile Index 1 Profile Name DEFVA L Parameter Transmission mode Default Setting T1.413 G.992.1(Annex A/B/ C) G.992.2(Annex A/C) G.992.3(Annex A/B/ I/J/L/M) G.992.4(Annex A/I) G.992.5(Annex A/B/ I/J/M) G.993.2(Annex A/B/ C) Bit swap downstream Bit swap upstream Form of transmit rate adaptation downstream Form of transmit rate adaptation upstream Target SNR margin downstream (0.1 dB) Minimum SNR margin downstream (0.1 dB) Maximum SNR margin downstream (0.1 dB) Target SNR margin upstream (0.1 dB) Minimum SNR margin upstream (0.1 dB) Maximum SNR margin upstream (0.1 dB) UPBO US1 band reference PSD parameters [a, b] UPBO US2 band reference PSD parameters [a, b] Enable Enable AdaptAtStartup AdaptAtStartup 60 0 300 60 0 300 1650,1020 1650,615

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Parameter UPBO US3 band reference PSD parameters [a, b] UPBO US4 band reference PSD parameters [a, b] UPBO Boost Mode UPBO US1 band reference electrical length UPBO US2 band reference electrical length UPBO US3 band reference electrical length UPBO US4 band reference electrical length UPBO use of electrical length to compute UPBO Allow transition to idle Allow transition to low power L0 time (second) L2 time (second) L3 time (second) Maximum aggregate transmit power reduction (dB) Total maximum aggregate transmit power reduction (dB) <defm ode> G.993.2 profile VDSL2 PSD class mask VDSL2 link use of U0 Maximum nominal aggregate transmit power downstream (0.1 dBm) Maximum nominal aggregate transmit power upstream (0.1 dBm) Upstream PSD mask selection Virtual noise mode downstream Virtual noise mode upstream

Default Setting 0,0 0,0 Enable 0 0 0 0 Auto not allowed not allowed 255 30 255 3 9 Profile12a AnnexB998-M2x-B (B8-6) Unused 145

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Parameter Network timing reference clock mode INM inter arrival time offset downstream (symbol) INM inter arrival time step downstream INM cluster continuation value downstream (symbol) INM equivalent INP mode downstream INM inter arrival time offset upstream (symbol) INM inter arrival time step upstream INM cluster continuation value upstream (symbol) INM equivalent INP mode upstream SOS time Window downstream (64 ms) Minimum percentage of degraded tones downstream Minimum number of normalized CRC anomalies downstream (0.02) Maximum number of SOS downstream SNR margin offset of ROC downstream (0.1 dB) Minimum impulse noise protection of ROC downstream SOS time Window upstream (64 ms) Minimum percentage of degraded tones upstream Minimum number of normalized CRC anomalies upstream (0.02) Maximum number of SOS upstream SNR margin offset of ROC upstream (0.1 dB) Minimum impulse noise protection of ROC upstream

Default Setting FreeRun 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 65535 0 0 0 0 0 65535 0 0 0

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Table A-5 Default parameter settings of the SHDSL line profile Profile Index 1 Profile Name DEFVA L Parameter Path mode G.SHDSL interface mode of line G.SHDSL minimum line rate (unit: kbps) G.SHDSL maximum line rate (unit: kbps) PSD Transmission mode Remote enable Probe enable Downstream current target SNR margin Downstream worst target SNR margin Upstream current target SNR margin Upstream worst target SNR margin Target SNR margin used bitmap Reference status Default Setting ATM two wire 2048 2048 symmetric G.991.2 Annex A&B enabled disabled 0 0 0 0 0x1 Used

A.4.2 Settings of the Default Parameters of the xDSL Alarm Profile


Table A-6. Table A-7, and Table A-8 provide the default parameter settings of the xDSL alarm profile of the UA5000. Table A-6 Default parameter settings of the ADSL alarm profile Profil e Index 1 Profile Name DEFV AL Parameter Default Setting The number of forward error correction seconds The number of errored seconds The number of severely errored seconds The number of loss of signal seconds The number of unavailable seconds
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Default Setting The number of forward error correction seconds The number of errored seconds The number of severely errored seconds The number of loss of signal seconds The number of unavailable seconds The number of failed full initialization The number of failed short initialization 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

CPE

Table A-7 Default parameter settings of the VDSL alarm profile Profil e Index 1 Profile Name DEFV AL Parameter Default Setting The number of forward error correction seconds The number of errored seconds The number of severely errored seconds The number of loss of signal seconds The number of unavailable seconds CPE The number of forward error correction seconds The number of errored seconds The number of severely errored seconds The number of loss of signal seconds The number of unavailable seconds The number of failed full initialization The number of full initialization 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Table A-8 Default parameter settings of the SHDSL alarm profile Profil e Index 1 Profile Name DEFV AL Parameter Default Setting

Loop attenuation threshold (unit: dB) SNR margin threshold (unit: dB) ES threshold (unit: second) SES threshold (unit: second) CRC anomaly threshold LOSWS threshold (unit: second) UAS threshold (unit: second) Dying gasp alarm switch Reference status

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Enable Used Unused

A.4.3 Settings of the Default Parameters of the EMU


Table A-9 and Table A-10 provide the parameter settings of the EMU on the UA5000. Table A-9 Default parameter settings of the H303ESC and H304ESC Parameter Sub-node Analog parameters Default Setting 15 ESC analog parameter IDs l 0: allocated to the temperature sensor by default (read-only). l 1-4: allocated to the voltage sensor by default. 1 indicates -48 V input of channel 0. 2 indicates -48 V input of channel 1. 3 indicates -48 V input of channel 2. 4 indicates -48 V input of channel 3. l 5-8 indicate user-defined analog parameters to be allocated to other extended analog sensors, such as humidity sensor. Upper and lower alarm thresholds l Temperature: 5C to 55C l Humidity: 0% RH to 80% RH

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Default Setting ESC digital parameter IDs l Allocated by default (read-only) 0: MDF 1: door status sensor 0 9: water 10-13: lightning arresters 0-3 14-15: switches 11 and 12 16-17: switches 21 and 22 18-19: switches 31 and 32 20-21: switches 41 and 42 22: external sensor power l User-defined IDs 2-8: allocated to other extended digital sensors. Definition of user-defined alarm indexes 1: AC voltage; 2: AC switch; 3: battery voltage; 4: battery fuse; 5: load fuse; 6: rectifier module; 7: secondary power supply; 8: door status of the cabinet; 9: door status of the equipment room; 10: window; 11: theft; 12: cable distribution frame; 13: fan; 14: fire; 15: smoke; 16: water; 17: diesel; 18: abnormal smell 19: air conditioner; 20: lightning arrester; 21-52: user-defined alarms 0-31 of digital parameters

Table A-10 Default Parameter Settings of the FAN EMU Parameter Sub-node Fan speed adjustment mode Whether to report the fan alarm Default Setting 1 Automatic Allowed

A.5 Acronyms and Abbreviations


A ADSL ADSL2+ AN Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line Asymmetrical Digital Subscriber Line 2 PLUS Access Network

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B BRAS Broadband Remote Access Server

C CDR CLI CRC Charging Data Record Command Line interface Cyclic Redundancy Check

D DC Direct Current

E EMU EPON ESC ESN Environment Monitor Unit Ethernet Passive Optical Network Environment Supervision Control Equipment Serial Number

F FAQ FE FTP Frequently asked question Fast Ethernet File Transfer Protocol

G GE GND GPON Gigabit Ethernet Ground Gigabit Passive Optical Network

I ID IGMP IP Identity Internet Group Management Protocol Internet Protocol

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L LAN Local Area Network

O OLT ONU Optical Line Terminal Optical Network Unit

P PBX PCM POTS PPP Private Branch Exchange Pulse Code Modulation Plain Old Telephone Service Peer-Peer Protocol

R RRPP RSTP Rapid Ring Protection Protocol Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol

S SELT SHDSL SNMP SP Single Ended Loop Test Single-line High Speed Digital Subscriber Line Simple Network Management Protocol Service Provider

T TA TCP TFTP Terminal Adaptor Transport Control Protocol Trivial File Transfer Protocol

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V VAG VDSL2 VLAN Virtual Access Gateway Very High Rate Digital Subscriber Line 2 Virtual Local Area Network

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