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iPASOLINK 200
SECTION III MAINTENANCE

CONTENTS

CONTENTS ............................................................................................................................- 1 -
1. General..........................................................................................................................1-1
2. Precaution ....................................................................................................................2-1
2.1 Maintenance and Operation Manual....................................................................................... 2-4
2.1.1 Wrist Strap Connection.................................................................................................... 2-4
2.1.2 Maintenance Mode Setting (for the LCT Operation) ........................................................ 2-4
2.1.3 Manual Switch Operation ................................................................................................ 2-5
3. Test Sets and Accessories .........................................................................................3-1
4. Current Status ..............................................................................................................4-1
4.1 Current Status......................................................................................................................... 4-1
5. Routine Maintenance...................................................................................................5-1
5.1 Meter Reading ........................................................................................................................ 5-1
5.2 Performance Monitoring ......................................................................................................... 5-3
5.2.1 PM Parameters ............................................................................................................... 5-3
5.2.1.1 PM Status Monitor Types....................................................................................... 5-3
6. Corrective Maintenance ..............................................................................................6-1
6.1 Alarm/Status ........................................................................................................................... 6-2
6.1.1 Alarm Management ......................................................................................................... 6-4
6.1.1.1 Alarm Class............................................................................................................ 6-4
6.1.2 Alarm and Status for Radio Portion ................................................................................. 6-5
6.1.2.1 ODU Alarms & Status ............................................................................................ 6-5
6.1.2.2 MODEM Alarms & Status ...................................................................................... 6-6
6.1.2.3 STM-1 Option Card Alarms & Status ..................................................................... 6-7
6.1.2.4 16E1 Option Card Alarms & Status........................................................................ 6-8
6.1.2.5 EQUIPMENT COMMON Alarms & Status ............................................................. 6-9
7. Control Items................................................................................................................7-1
7.1 Loopback ................................................................................................................................ 7-2
7.1.1 IF Loopback..................................................................................................................... 7-2
7.1.1.1 IF Loopback (for 1+1 TP) ....................................................................................... 7-3
7.1.1.2 IF Loopback (for 1+1 HS)....................................................................................... 7-6

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7.1.2 TDM Loopback Control.................................................................................................... 7-9


7.1.2.1 TDM Loopback Control (E1 Loopback1) ................................................................ 7-9
7.1.2.2 TDM Loopback Control (E1 Loopback2) .............................................................. 7-13
7.1.2.3 TDM Loopback Control (STM-1 Loopback1)........................................................ 7-17
7.1.2.4 TDM Loopback Control (STM-1 Loopback 2)....................................................... 7-19
7.2 Equipment Maintenance ....................................................................................................... 7-22
7.2.1 Equipment Utility ........................................................................................................... 7-22
7.2.1.1 Database Upload (Export (NE-> Storage) Utility)................................................. 7-23
7.2.1.2 Database Download (Update (Storage -> NE) Utility) .......................................... 7-25
7.2.1.3 Program ROM Switching ..................................................................................... 7-54
7.2.1.4 USB Memory Utility.............................................................................................. 7-59
7.2.1.5 Provisioning Clear Function ................................................................................. 7-59
7.2.1.6 Current Time Setting............................................................................................ 7-61
7.2.2 Equipment Reset........................................................................................................... 7-64
7.2.2.1 H/W Reset Control ............................................................................................... 7-65
7.2.2.2 F/W Reset Control ............................................................................................... 7-68
7.2.3 Radio Control ................................................................................................................ 7-71
7.2.3.1 ATPC Manual Control .......................................................................................... 7-72
7.2.3.2 TX Mute Control................................................................................................... 7-74
7.2.3.3 CW Control .......................................................................................................... 7-77
7.2.3.4 TX Modulation Manual Control (for AMR Mode only)........................................... 7-79
7.2.4 Laser Management ....................................................................................................... 7-83
7.2.4.1 Laser Shutdown Control ...................................................................................... 7-83
7.2.4.2 ALS Manual Switch Control ................................................................................. 7-85
7.2.5 Cluster Alarm Setting .................................................................................................... 7-88
7.2.6 Inventory........................................................................................................................ 7-92
7.2.6.1 Equipment Inventory Information ......................................................................... 7-92
7.3 Performance Monitor .......................................................................................................... 7-100
7.3.1 Link Performance Monitor ........................................................................................... 7-100
7.3.2 Monitor Report............................................................................................................. 7-100
7.3.2.1 MODEM PMON Report...................................................................................... 7-100
7.3.2.2 E1 PMON Report ............................................................................................... 7-104
7.3.2.3 STM-1 PMON Report......................................................................................... 7-107
7.3.2.4 ETH RMON Report ............................................................................................ 7-115
7.3.2.5 VLAN Counter Report ........................................................................................ 7-118
7.3.2.6 PMON/RMON/FDB Clear .................................................................................. 7-119
7.4 Offline Maintenance............................................................................................................ 7-123
7.4.1 DADE Adjust ............................................................................................................... 7-123
7.4.2 RF Sub Band Select .................................................................................................... 7-125
7.5 Maintenance Test ............................................................................................................... 7-128
8. Abbreviations ...............................................................................................................8-1

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General 1-1

1. GENERAL

This section provides information on routine and corrective maintenance for the
iPASOLINK used for 6 to 38 GHz PDH/SDH digital radio system.

This information includes followings with its instructions and procedures:

Precautions for maintenance

Materials for maintenance (test sets and accessories)

Performing routine maintenance tasks

Performing corrective maintenance tasks

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Precaution 2-1

2. PRECAUTION

The maintenance personnel should report arrival and departure from a station to the
relevant station. The following precaution must be carefully observed during
maintenance.

Warning
1. The -48V DC power is superimposed on the centre conductor of the coaxial
cable between the IDU and the ODU. Connecting test equipment directly to
this terminal may damage it and touching the coaxial cable core may cause
electrical shock.
2. Persons performing maintenance must take necessary steps to avoid Electro
- static Discharge (ESD) which may damage the cards on the IDU or cause
error. Wear a conductive wrist strap connected to the grounded (G) jack on
the front of the equipment shelf. This will minimize static build-up during
maintenance.
3. Turn off the "ODU PWR" switch on the IDU before connecting/disconnecting
the IF cable to avoid the equipment damaged.
4. After turning ON the equipment, wait at least 1 minute before turning it OFF
again. Repeatedly turning the power ON and OFF within a short interval may
cause the equipment damaged.
5. Do not allow open or short circuit ODU TX output with the TX power on
conditions. Perform the TX Mute control in the Maintenance mode or turn the
ODU PWR switch off at the IDU before disconnecting cable or feeder from
the ODU TX output.
6. Contact NEC before program download on the LCT is performed. Equipment
may not function correctly with improper operation.

Caution
1. In a system using the OPTICAL STM-1 INTFC, do not stare at the laser
beam or look at it directly with optical instruments. Otherwise, it may hurt
your eyes (Class 1 laser product)
2. The top surface of the IDU above MODEM is hot in operation.
3. When replacing the IDU, turn off the ODU PWR switch and disconnected
all cables.
4. During maintenance, the IDU should be set to maintenance On by the LCT.
5. To prevent traffic interruption, under the maintenance, perform TX/RX SW
manual switching in 1+1 system.

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6. While the CPU is initialized by the CPU RESET switch, alarm(s) status is
reset to normal. After initialized, the alarm information is properly provided
through relay contacts.
7. Information on the maintenance and the control such as Mute, CW, LB etc.
is released if the power is turned off.

8. If each setup item of NE SETUP or SYSTEM OPERATION is changed


during in operation, traffic will be momentarily interrupted.

9. When the TX SW is activated, momentary traffic interruption may occur.


10. After completing maintenance, restore all connections, manual control
settings to normal and confirm that all alarm LEDs are unlit.
11. After equipment start-up, allow the equipment to warm up at least 30
minutes.

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Straight Type

Tighten the TNC-male connector of IF cable to the IDU with engage connector nut
only using fingers and holding the cable with another hand.

L-angle Type

Tighten the engage connector nut only for the L-angle connector also.
(Tightening Torque: 0.3 to 0.5 N-m (3 to 5kg. Cm))

If rotate other parts of the L-angle connector as illustrated left, it can cause connector
damage.

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2.1 Maintenance and Operation Manual

2.1.1 Wrist Strap Connection

Procedure 2-1

1. Connect the Wrist Strap to the ESD ground terminal (G).

Figure 2-1 ESD Ground Terminal Location

2.1.2 Maintenance Mode Setting (for the LCT Operation)

Procedure 2-2

1. Click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT window.

2. And then confirm that the MAINT on the top of the LCT windows becomes
yellow.

Maintenance Button

Figure 2-2 LCT Main Window

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3. And also confirm that the MAINT LED at the front of the equipment becomes
yellow.

Figure 2-3 LED Location

2.1.3 Manual Switch Operation


iPASOLINK 200 supports the following 3 kinds of Manual Switch.

TX Switch Manual Control (Only HS 1+1 Configuration)

RX Switch Manual Control (Only 1+1 (TP/HS) Configuration)

SNCP Switch Control (Only SNCP Mode (E1) Configuration)

Timing Source Switch Control

(1) TX Switch Manual Control

Note: This item is supported when the configuration is set to 1+1 HS mode
only.
Ex: MODEM No.1 and No.2 constructed as 1+1 HS mode and MODEM
No.1 act as working side. MODEM No.2 is act as standby side.

The switching procedure is as follows.

Procedure 2-3

1. Click the Maintenance button on the top of the LCT window to turn on the
maintenance mode.

2. Expand Maintenance Control from the LCT menu.

3. Expand Protection Control from the Maintenance Control sub menu.

4. Select MODEM TX/RX Switch Control from the Protection Control sub
menu.

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5. The MODEM TX/RX Switch Control window appears. Click SW GRP No. in
the TX SW Manual Control field.

Figure 2-4 MODEM TX/RX Switch Control Window

6. The MODEM TX/RX Switch Control box appears. Select MODEM1/2


Forced form the TX SW Manual Control drop-down list.

Figure 2-5 MODEM TX/RX Switch Control Box

7. Click OK button.

8. The Warning box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 2-6 Warning Box

9. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

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Figure 2-7 Information Box

10. The MODEM TX/RX Switch Control window appears again. Confirm the
parameters displayed.

Figure 2-8 MODEM TX/RX Switch Control Window

11. Click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT window to exit the
maintenance mode.

12. Confirm that the MAINT changes from yellow to white.

This step is the end of the procedure.

(2) RX Switch Manual Control

Note: This item is supported when the configuration is set to 1+1 TP/HS mode
only.
Ex: MODEM No.1 and No.2 constructed as 1+1 TP mode and MODEM
No.1 act as working side. MODEM No.2 is act as standby side.

The switching procedure is as follows.

Procedure 2-4

1. Click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT window to turn on


maintenance mode.

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2. Expand Maintenance Control from the LCT menu.

3. Expand Protection Control from the Maintenance Control sub menu.

4. Select MODEM TX/RX Switch Control from the Protection Control sub
menu.

5. The MODEM TX/RX Switch Control window appears. Click SW GRP No. in
the RX SW Manual Control field.

Figure 2-9 MODEM TX/RX Switch Control Window

6. The MODEM TX/RX Switch Control box appears. Select MODEM1/2


Forced form the RX SW Manual Control drop-down list.

Figure 2-10 MODEM TX/RX Switch Control Box

7. Click OK button.

8. The Warning box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 2-11 Warning Box

9. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

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Figure 2-12 Information Box

10. The MODEM TX/RX Switch Control window appears again. Confirm the
parameters displayed.

Figure 2-13 MODEM TX/RX Switch Control Window

11. Click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT window to exit maintenance
mode.

12. Confirm that the MAINT changes from yellow to white.

This step is the end of the procedure.

(3) RSTP Control

Procedure 2-5

1. Click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT window to turn on


maintenance mode.

2. Expand Maintenance Control from the LCT menu.

3. Expand Protection Control from the Maintenance Control sub menu.

4. Select RSTP Control from the Protection Control sub menu.

5. The RSTP Control window appears. Click RSTP Clear button.

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Figure 2-14 RSTP Control Window

6. The Warning box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 2-15 Warning Box

7. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 2-16 Information Box

8. The RSTP Control window appears again. Confirm the parameters displayed.

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Figure 2-17 RSTP Control Window

9. After finishing RSTP Control, click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT
window to exit maintenance mode.

10. Confirm that the MAINT changes from yellow to white.

This step is the end of the procedure.

(4) SNCP Switch Control (Only SNCP Mode (E1) Configuration)

Procedure 2-6

1. Click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT window to turn on


maintenance mode.

2. Expand Maintenance Control from the LCT menu.

3. Expand Protection Control from the Maintenance Control sub menu.

4. Select SNCP Switch Control from the Protection Control sub menu.

5. The SNCP Switch Control window appears. Click the desired number to
configure.

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Figure 2-18 SNCP Switch Control Window

6. The SNCP Switch Control box appears. Select Manual SW to Protection


or Forced SW to Protection form the SNCP Manual SW Control
drop-down list.

Figure 2-19 SNCP Switch Control Box

7. Click OK button.

8. The Warning box appears. Click OK button

Figure 2-20 Warning Box

9. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

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Figure 2-21 Information Box

10. The SNCP Switch Control window appears again. Confirm the parameters
displayed.

Figure 2-22 SNCP Switch Control Window

11. Click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT window to exit maintenance
mode.

12. Confirm that the MAINT changes from yellow to white.

This step is the end of the procedure.

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(5) Timing Source Switch Control (This mode available when the Lock
Out is Off only)

In case that Lock Out Status is set to On, follow the Procedure 2-7 to change the
setting to Off and then follow the Procedure 2-8 to configure Timing Source
Switching.

(a) Lock Out Setting

Procedure 2-7

1. Click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT window to turn on


maintenance mode.

2. Expand Maintenance Control from the LCT menu.

3. Expand Protection Control from the Maintenance Control sub menu.

4. Select Timing Source Switch Control from the Protection Control sub
menu.

5. The Timing Source Switch Control window appears. Click desired Lock
Out to configure.

Figure 2-23 Timing Source Switch Control Window

6. The Timing Source Switch Control box appears. Select Off form Lock Out.

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Figure 2-24 Timing Source Switch Control Box

7. Click OK button.

8. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 2-25 Warning Box

9. The Timing Source Switch Control window appears again. Confirm the
parameters displayed.

Figure 2-26 Timing Source Switch Control Window

10. After finishing Lock Out Setting, click Maintenance button on the top of the
LCT window to exit maintenance mode.

11. Confirm that the MAINT changes from yellow to white.

This step is the end of the procedure.

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(b) Timing Source Switch

Procedure 2-8

1. Click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT window to turn on


maintenance mode.

2. Expand Maintenance Control from the LCT menu.

3. Expand Protection Control from the Maintenance Control sub menu.

4. Select Timing Source Switch Control from the Protection Control sub
menu.

5. The Timing Source Switch Control window appears. Click the desired
Timing Source Switch Control to configure.

Figure 2-27 Timing Source Switch Control Window

6. The Timing Source Switch Control box appears. Select specify switching
mode (Manual SW or Forced SW).

Figure 2-28 Timing Source Switch Control Box

7. Click OK button.

8. The Warning box appears. Click OK button.

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Figure 2-29 Warning Box

9. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 2-30 Information Box

10. The Timing Source Switch Control window appears again. Confirm the
parameters displayed.

Figure 2-31 Timing Source Switch Control Window

11. Click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT window to exit maintenance
mode.

12. Confirm that the MAINT changes from yellow to white.

This step is the end of the procedure.

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Test Sets and Accessories 3-1

3. TEST SETS AND ACCESSORIES

The test sets and special accessories listed in Table 3-1 are required for maintenance.
If recommended test sets and accessories are not available, equipments may be used.

Table 3-1 Test Sets and Accessories


No. Model Type Model Number Manufacture
1 PASOLINK Monitor X0818 NEC

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NWD-107462-02H Maintenance
Current Status 4-1

4. CURRENT STATUS

4.1 Current Status


The Current Status window on the LCT window is for displaying Equipment
status, Line card status, Event log and all alarms detected on the equipments side.

But it is just for viewing system status only you can not make any changes of all
items displayed on this window. (Such as modify, adding, masking alarms or items)

(1) Active Alarm Tab

The Active Alarm tab displays all current alarms detected on the equipment
side.

You can download the current alarm list to LCT PC by clicking Save button
on the top left of the Active Alarm tab.

Figure 4-1 Active Alarm Tab

(2) Event Log Tab

The Event Log tab displays all alarms and status detected when there is any
changed on the line card and configuration on equipment.

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You can download the Event Status list to the LCT PC by clicking Save
button on the top left of the Event Log tab.

Figure 4-2 Event Log Tab

Note: To Save log list, follow the procedure below.

1. Click Save button of the Active Alarm tab or the Event Log tab.

Figure 4-3 Active Alarm (or Event Log) Tab

2. The File Download window appears. Click Save button.

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Figure 4-4 File Download Window

3. The Save As window appears. Select the proper folder of the Local PC, and
then click Save button.

Default file name:


Event Status: EventLog_YYYYMMDDhhmmss.csv
Active Alarm Status: ActiveAlarm_YYYYMMDDhhmmss.csv

Figure 4-5 Save As Window

4. After finishing the export of log file, the Download Complete window
appears. Click Close button.

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Figure 4-6 Download Complete Window

5. Confirm the log file was saved in the selected folder.

Figure 4-7 Log File Folder

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(3) ODU Tab

The ODU tab displays all alarm and status detected on ODU.

Figure 4-8 ODU Tab

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(4) IDU Tab

The IDU tab displays all alarms and status detected on IDU.

Figure 4-9 IDU Tab

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(5) AUX Tab

The AUX tab displays all alarms and status of AUX.

Figure 4-10 AUX Tab

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Routine Maintenance 5-1

5. ROUTINE MAINTENANCE

This chapter provides the routine (annually) maintenance procedures to ensure the
satisfactory operation of the equipment. During routine maintenance, carefully
observe the precautions given in Chapter 2.

5.1 Meter Reading


Table 5-1 Metering Item
Item Description
TX power Indicates the transmit power of the ODU
RX Level Indicates the RF reception level of the ODU
ODU Power Supply Indicates the Power Supply voltage of the ODU
BER Indicates the value of the BER measurement

Procedure 5-1

1. Expand Metering from the LCT menu.

2. Select Current Metering from the Metering sub menu.

3. The Current Metering window appears. Confirm the parameters displayed.

Figure 5-1 Current Metering Window

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Notes
1. If an abnormal indication appears, check Alarm/Status, performance monitor
and perform loopback test to distinguish sections of normal and alarmed.
2. RX LEVEL varies depending on received RF signal level.
3. Power Supply voltage at ODU varies depending of IF cable length the IDU
and ODU.

4. Click the desired MODEM to configure.

5. The Current Metering box appears. Modify the parameter accordingly.

Figure 5-2 Current Metering Box

Table 5-2 Refresh Cycle


Parameter Description
Normal Speed Refreshed automatically every 10 seconds.
High Speed Refreshed automatically every 3 seconds

6. Click Close button on the top of the Current Metering box.

This step is the end of the procedure.

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5.2 Performance Monitoring


The Performance Monitoring (PM) is used to identify and isolate the problem if
occurring at a particular line or path. It also monitors the quality of lines and paths.
All Performance Monitoring parameters are collected every minute and accumulated
to 15-minute and 24-hour (1 day) statistics.

5.2.1 PM Parameters
Performance Monitor Parameters can be measured from iPASOLINK.

5.2.1.1 PM Status Monitor Types

Table 5-3 MODEM Performance Monitor Items


Item Description Spec.
RF BBE Background Block The sum of the background block error ITU-T G.826
Error
RF ES Errored Second The cumulative time in which more than ITU-T G.826
one block error per second was detected.
RF SES Severely Errored The cumulative time in which the BER of a ITU-T G.826
Second one second period exceeded a set
percentage (30%).
RF SEP Severely Errored The cumulative time in which the BER of a ITU-T G.826
Period one second period exceeded 10E-3.
RF UAS Unavailable Second The cumulative time in which the unit ITU-T G.826
remained inoperative
RF OFS Out of Frame Second The total number of seconds the out of ITU-T G.826
frame condition is generated in 15
minute-blocks. (OFS is applied to the Total
only)
RX LEV RX Level The minimum and maximum reception level
(when there are two routes it does so for
No. 1 and 2 respectively)

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Table 5-4 SDH/PDH Performance Monitor Items


Monitor Types Definition Spec.
RS BBE Near end background block error ITU-T G.826 G.784
ES Near end errored seconds ITU-T G.826 G.784
SES Near end severely errored seconds ITU-T G.826 G.784
SEP Near end severely error period -
UAS Unavailable seconds ITU-T G.826 G.784
OFS Out of frame seconds ITU-T G.784
DMR-RS BBE Near end background block error ITU-T G.826 G.784
ES Near end errored seconds ITU-T G.826 G.784
SES Near end severely errored seconds ITU-T G.826 G.784
SEP Near end severely error period -
UAS Unavailable seconds ITU-T G.826 G.784
OFS Out of frame seconds ITU-T G.784
MS BBE Near end background block error ITU-T G.826 G.784
ES Near end errored seconds ITU-T G.826 G.784
SES Near end severely errored seconds ITU-T G.826 G.784
SEP Near end severely error period -
UAS Unavailable seconds ITU-T G.826 G.784
E1 E1 CV Near end Code violation

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Table 5-5 LAN Performance Monitor Items


Monitor Types Description Spec.
RX Octs The total number of octets received on the interface, RFC2819
including framing characters.
TX Octs The total number of octets transmitted out of the interface, RFC2819
including framing characters.
RX Pkts Number of packets received (including bad packets, all RFC2819
Unicast, Broadcast packets, and Multicast packets)
TX Pkts The total number of packets transmitted. RFC2819
RX Drop Events A count of drop packets RFC2819
RX Undersize Pkts Number of packets received that were less than 64 octets RFC2819
long and were otherwise well formed
RX Fragments Number of error frames of less than 64 octets in RFC2819
transmission data length
RX 64Octs Number of packets received that were between 64 octets in RFC2819
length
(including error packets)
TX 64Octs Number of packets transmitted 64 octets in length RFC2819
(including error packets)
RX 65 to 127Octs Number of packets received that were between 65 to 127 RFC2819
octets in length (including error packets)
TX 65 to 127Octs Number of packets transmitted and received that were RFC2819
between 65 to 127 octets in length (including error packets)
RX 128 to 255Octs Number of packets received that were between 128 to 255 RFC2819
octets in length (including error packets)
TX 128 to 255Octs Number of packets transmitted and received that were RFC2819
between 128 to 255 octets in length (including error packets)
RX 256 to 511Octs Number of packets received that were between 256 to 511 RFC2819
octets in length (including error packets)
TX 256 to 511Octs Number of packets transmitted and received that were RFC2819
between 256 to 511 octets in length (including error packets)
RX 512 to 1023Octs Number of packets received that were between 512 to 1023 RFC2819
octets in length (including error packets)
TX 512 to 1023Octs Number of packets transmitted and received that were RFC2819
between 512 to 1023 octets in length (including error
packets)
RX 1024 to 1518Octs Number of packets received that were between 1023 to 1518 RFC2819
octets in length (including error packets)

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Monitor Types Description Spec.


TX 1024 to 1518Octs Number of packets transmitted and received that were RFC2819
between 1024 to 1518 octets in length (including error
packets)
RX CRC Alignment Number of reception alignments of FCS error frames RFC2819
Errors
RX Oversize Pkts A count of frames received on a particular interface that RFC2819
exceeds1518 bytes. (
RX Jabbers Number of error frames more than 1519 octets in receive RFC2819
data length
RX Multicast Pkts Number of good multicast packets received (excluding RFC2819
broadcast packets)
TX Multicast Pkts The total number packets that higher-level protocols RFC2819
requested to be transmitted to a multicast address.
RX Broadcast Pkts Number of good broadcast packets received RFC2819
TX Broadcast Pkts The total number packets that higher-level protocols RFC2819
requested to be transmitted to a broadcast address.
TX Collisions Number of collisions on this Ethernet segment RFC2819
RX Unknown TPID Number of abandoned frames included in unsetting TPID
frames received
RX Unknown VID Number of abandoned frames included in unsetting VID
frames received
RX MAC Limit Number of frames discarded due to exceeding MAC learning
Limit
RX Filter Discard Number of frames abandoned by input filtering function
RX QoS Discard Number of frames abandoned by Policing function of input
port
TX Queue0 Discard Number of QoS frames discard by transmission Queue0
TX Queue1 Discard Number of QoS frames discard by transmission Queue1
TX Queue2 Discard Number of QoS frames discard by transmission Queue2
TX Queue3 Discard Number of QoS frames discard by transmission Queue3
Per VLAN Rx Frames Number of frames received as particular VLAN
Per VLAN Tx Frames Number of frames transmitted as particular VLAN
Per VLAN Rx QoS Number of discarded frames per VLAN basis.
Discard

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Table 5-6 MODEM PM Counter Range


PM Types 15M PM Counter Range 24h PM Counter Range
RF OFS 0 to 900 0 to 86400
RF BBE It depends on radio setting (CS It depends on radio setting (CS
and Modulation) and Modulation)
RF ES 0 to 900 0 to 86400
RF SES 0 to 900 0 to 86400
RF SEP 0 to 900 0 to 86400
RF UAS 0 to 900 0 to 86400

Table 5-7 SDH/PDH PM Counter Range


PM Types 15M PM Counter Range 24h PM Counter Range
OFS 0 to 900 0 to 86400
BBE 0 to 16777215 0 to 1610612640
ES 0 to 900 0 to 86400
SES 0 to 900 0 to 86400
SEP 0 to 900 0 to 86400
UAS 0 to 900 0 to 86400
E1 CV 0 to 4294967295 0 to 4294967295

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Table 5-8 LAN PM Counter Range


PM Types 15M PM Counter Range 24h PM Counter Range
RX Octs 0 to 18446744073709551615 0 to 18446744073709551615
TX Octs 0 to 18446744073709551615 0 to 18446744073709551615
RX Pkts 0 to 4294967295 0 to 4294967295
TX Pkts 0 to 4294967295 0 to 4294967295
RX Drop Events 0 to 4294967295 0 to 4294967295
RX Undersize Pkts 0 to 4294967295 0 to 4294967295
RX Fragments 0 to 4294967295 0 to 4294967295
RX 64Octs 0 to 4294967295 0 to 4294967295
TX 64Octs 0 to 4294967295 0 to 4294967295
RX 65 to 127Octs 0 to 4294967295 0 to 4294967295
TX 65 to 127Octs 0 to 4294967295 0 to 4294967295
RX 128 to 255Octs 0 to 4294967295 0 to 4294967295
TX 128 to 255Octs 0 to 4294967295 0 to 4294967295
RX 256 to 511Octs 0 to 4294967295 0 to 4294967295
TX 256 to 511Octs 0 to 4294967295 0 to 4294967295
RX 512 to 1023Octs 0 to 4294967295 0 to 4294967295
TX 512 to 1023Octs 0 to 4294967295 0 to 4294967295
RX 1024 to 1518Octs 0 to 4294967295 0 to 4294967295
TX 1024 to 1518Octs 0 to 4294967295 0 to 4294967295
RX CRC Alignment Errors 0 to 4294967295 0 to 4294967295
RX Oversize Pkts 0 to 4294967295 0 to 4294967295
RX Jabbers 0 to 4294967295 0 to 4294967295
RX Multicast Pkts 0 to 4294967295 0 to 4294967295
TX Multicast Pkts 0 to 4294967295 0 to 4294967295
RX Broadcast Pkts 0 to 4294967295 0 to 4294967295
TX Broadcast Pkts 0 to 4294967295 0 to 4294967295
TX Collisions 0 to 4294967295 0 to 4294967295
RX Unknown TPID 0 to 18446744073709551615 0 to 18446744073709551615
RX Unknown VID 0 to 18446744073709551615 0 to 18446744073709551615
RX MAC Limit 0 to 18446744073709551615 0 to 18446744073709551615
RX Filter Discard 0 to 18446744073709551615 0 to 18446744073709551615
RX QoS Discard 0 to 18446744073709551615 0 to 18446744073709551615
TX Queue0 Discard 0 to 18446744073709551615 0 to 18446744073709551615
TX Queue1 Discard 0 to 18446744073709551615 0 to 18446744073709551615
TX Queue2 Discard 0 to 18446744073709551615 0 to 18446744073709551615
TX Queue3 Discard 0 to 18446744073709551615 0 to 18446744073709551615

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PM Types 15M PM Counter Range 24h PM Counter Range


Per VLAN Rx Frames 0 to 18446744073709551615 0 to 18446744073709551615
Per VLAN Tx Frames 0 to 18446744073709551615 0 to 18446744073709551615
Per VLAN Rx QoS Discard 0 to 18446744073709551615 0 to 18446744073709551615

Table 5-9 MODEM TCA Threshold


PM 15min TCA Threshold 24h TCA Threshold
Types Range Default threshold Range Default threshold
Occur Recovery Occur Recovery
RF OFS 1 to 900 900 90 1 to 86400 65534 650
RF BBE It depends on radio setting (CS and It depends on radio setting (CS and
Modulation) Modulation)
RF ES 1 to 900 900 90 1 to 86400 65534 650
RF SES 1 to 900 900 90 1 to 86400 65534 650
RF SEP 1 to 900 900 90 1 to 86400 65534 650
RF UAS 1 to 900 900 90 1 to 86400 65534 650
RX LEV -99 to -30 It depends on radio setting -99 to -30 It depends on radio setting
(CS and Modulation) (CS and Modulation)

Table 5-10 MODEM RX LEV TCA default Threshold


Modulati CS=7MHz CS=14MHz CS=28MHz CS=56MHz
on Type
QPSK -98dBm -95dBm -92dBm -89dBm
16QAM -92dBm -89dBm -86dBm -83dBm
32QAM -89dBm -86dBm -83dBm -80dBm
64QAM -86dBm -83dBm -80dBm -77dBm
128QAM -83dBm -80dBm -77dBm -74dBm
256QAM -80dBm -77dBm -74dBm -71dBm

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Table 5-11 MODEM RF BBE TCA Threshold


Modulation 15min TCA Threshold 24h TCA Threshold
Types
CS Modulation Range Default threshold Range Default threshold
Occur Recovery Occur Recovery

7M QPSK 1-805000 8,050 805 1-77280000 772,800 77,280


16QAM 1-1611000 16,110 1,611 1-154656000 1,546,560 154,656
32QAM 1-2014000 20,140 2,014 1-193344000 1,933,440 193,344
64QAM 1-2417000 24,170 2,417 1-232032000 2,320,320 232,032
128QAM 1-2820000 28,200 2,820 1-270720000 2,707,200 270,720
256QAM 1-3223000 32,230 3,223 1-309408000 3,094,080 309,408
14M QPSK 1-805000 8,050 805 1-77280000 772,800 77,280
16QAM 1-1611000 16,110 1,611 1-154656000 1,546,560 154,656
32QAM 1-2014000 20,140 2,014 1-193344000 1,933,440 193,344
64QAM 1-2417000 24,170 2,417 1-232032000 2,320,320 232,032
128QAM 1-2820000 28,200 2,820 1-270720000 2,707,200 270,720
256QAM 1-3223000 32,230 3,223 1-309408000 3,094,080 309,408
28M QPSK 1-805000 8,050 805 1-77280000 772,800 77,280
16QAM 1-1611000 16,110 1,611 1-154656000 1,546,560 154,656
32QAM 1-2014000 20,140 2,014 1-193344000 1,933,440 193,344
64QAM 1-2417000 24,170 2,417 1-232032000 2,320,320 232,032
128QAM 1-2820000 28,200 2,820 1-270720000 2,707,200 270,720
256QAM 1-3223000 32,230 3,223 1-309408000 3,094,080 309,408
56M QPSK 1-1611000 16,110 1,611 1-154656000 1,546,560 154,656
16QAM 1-3223000 32,230 3,223 1-309408000 3,094,080 309,408
32QAM 1-4028000 40,280 4,028 1-386688000 3,866,880 386,688
64QAM 1-4834000 48,340 4,834 1-464064000 4,640,640 464,064
128QAM 1-5640000 56,400 5,640 1-541440000 5,414,400 541,440
256QAM 1-6446000 64,460 6,446 1-618816000 6,188,160 618,816

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Table 5-12 SDH/PDH TCA Threshold


PM 15min TCA Threshold 24h TCA Threshold
Types Range Default threshold Range Default threshold
Occur Recovery Occur Recovery

RS OFS 1 to 900 900 90 1 to 86400 65534 650


RS BBE 1 to 16777215 65534 6560 1 to 1610612640 6291260 629130
RS ES 1 to 900 900 90 1 to 86400 65534 650
RS SES 1 to 900 900 90 1 to 86400 65534 650
RS SEP 1 to 900 900 90 1 to 86400 65534 650
RS UAS 1 to 900 900 90 1 to 86400 65534 650
DMR RS 1 to 900 900 90 1 to 86400 65534 650
OFS
DMR RS 1 to 16777215 65534 6560 1 to 1610612640 6291260 629130
BBE
DMR RS 1 to 900 900 90 1 to 86400 65534 650
ES
DMR RS 1 to 900 900 90 1 to 86400 65534 650
SES
DMR RS 1 to 900 900 90 1 to 86400 65534 650
SEP
DMR RS 1 to 900 900 90 1 to 86400 65534 650
UAS
MS BBE 1 to 16777215 65534 6560 1 to 1610612640 6291260 629130
MS ES 1 to 900 900 90 1 to 86400 65534 650
MS SES 1 to 900 900 90 1 to 86400 65534 650
MS SEP 1 to 900 900 90 1 to 86400 65534 650
MS UAS 1 to 900 900 90 1 to 86400 65534 650
E1 CV 1 to 65534 650 1 to 4294967295 6291260 629130
4294967295

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Table 5-13 LAN TCA Threshold


PM Types 15min TCA Threshold 24h TCA Threshold
Range Default threshold Range Default threshold
Drop Event 1 to 133929000 133929000 1 to 4294967295 4294967295
Undersize Packets 1 to 133929000 133929000 1 to 4294967295 4294967295
Fragment Packets 1 to 133929000 133929000 1 to 4294967295 4294967295
CRC Alignment 1 to 133929000 133929000 1 to 4294967295 4294967295
Error
Oversize Packets 1 to 133929000 133929000 1 to 4294967295 4294967295
Collisions 1 to 133929000 133929000 1 to 4294967295 4294967295

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Corrective Maintenance 6-1

6. CORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE

Corrective maintenance dose in the field is described in this chapter. Corrective


maintenance in the field covers fault isolation, card/unit replacement and alignment.
The fault location procedures describe how to isolate card-level/unit-level faults.

Faults can be classified in to those that cause deterioration of the transmission quality
and those that interrupt the traffic due to a malfunction of the equipment. This
chapter explains the troubleshooting procedures for equipment faults and the
corresponding remedial methods. The purpose of troubleshooting malfunctioning
equipment is to restart the service by locating the faulty part and replacing it with a
spare.

The faults that cause deterioration quality are primarily originated by changes
occurred in the state of propagation. Therefore, if a decline in the transmission
quality or similar fakes place frequently, the link design will have to be reviewed.

During the corrective maintenance, carefully observe the precautions given in


Chapter2, until the alignment is completed.

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6.1 Alarm/Status
When an alarm event has occurred, At first, check alarm indication on the front of
the IDU. Continuously, connect the PC to the LOCAL jack on the LCT port mounted
on the IDU and check alarm/status indication.

(a) Check of the ALARM LED indication and LCT indication

A faulty part can be located by checking the ALARM LED indications and
LCT Alarm indications.

Alarm Report
When an alarm is detected, alarm notification is made to the user by lighting
up the LEDs on the rack, and reporting the alarm to user interface. The alarm
notification is also made to the user by an Office alarm, such as the station
alarm bell and lamps.

ALARM LED indication


LED at the front of the rack lights up/turn off when alarm is
generated/cleared to report the alarm to the user.

Figure 6-1 LED Location

Web-LCT indication

Check of the ALM LED indications and PNMT indication faulty part can be
located by checking the ALM LED indicators and Web-LCT Alarm
indications.

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Figure 6-2 Active Status (Current Status) Window

(b) Meter Reading

Based on the meter readings during periodical inspection with LCT in


Chapter 5, a faulty part can be located by checking if the reading values
exceed the permissible ranges.

(c) Loopback

In case of an abnormal BER measurement result among the meter reading


items, try to distinguish the faulty part by Loopback procedure.

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6.1.1 Alarm Management


The alarm severity of each failure is indicated by the following alarm level and alarm
class. Alarm classes can be modified. Modification is done by Alarm Severity
Setting.

6.1.1.1 Alarm Class

Cleared (CL):
The Cleared severity level indicates the clearing of one or more previously reported
alarms. This alarm clears all alarms for this managed object that have the same
Alarm type, Probable cause and Specific problems (if given). Multiple associated
notifications may be cleared by using the Correlated notifications parameter (defined
below).

Indeterminate (ID):
The Indeterminate severity level indicates that the severity level cannot be
determined.

Critical (CR) :
The Critical severity level indicates that a service affecting condition has occurred
and an immediate corrective action is required. Such a severity can be reported, for
example, when a managed object becomes totally out of service and its capability
must be restored.

Major (MJ):
The Major severity level indicates that a service affecting condition has developed
and an urgent corrective action is required. Such a severity can be reported, for
example, when there is a severe degradation in the capability of the managed object
and its full capability must be restored.

Minor (MN):
The Minor severity level indicates the existence of a non-service affecting fault
condition and that corrective action should be taken in order to prevent a more
serious (for example, service affecting) fault. Such a severity can be reported, for
example, when the detected alarm condition is not currently degrading the capacity
of the managed object.

Warning (WR):
The Warning severity level indicates the detection of a potential or impending
service affecting fault, before any significant effects have been felt. Action should be
taken to further diagnose (if necessary) and correct the problem in order to prevent it
from becoming a more serious service affecting fault.

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6.1.2 Alarm and Status for Radio Portion

6.1.2.1 ODU Alarms & Status

Indication Category Descriptions Severity


TXPWR ALM Alarm The TX PWR is lower than 3 dB. MJ
TX INPUT ALM Alarm The TX IF signal become out of range from MJ
-29 dBm 5 dB.
RXLEV ALM Alarm The reception level become lower than -72dBm ~ MJ
-94dBm level.(It depends on the modulation system
and bit rates).
ODU CPU / Cable Open CPU of ODU is faulty or IF CABLE between IDU - MJ
Alarm
ODU of ODU is broken or is not connected.
Indicates the control status of the ODU TX power
MUTE STATUS Status output. When the TX power is set to Mute, Status is -
issued.
LO REF Alarm Loss of Ref LO signal of ODU. MN
Radio interface TX SW usage state in 1+1 HS
TX SW Status Status -
Redundant configuration
Indicates one of the TXPWR ALM, ODU PS ALM,
ODU ALM Alarm APC ALM, TPC ALM, ODU SELF CHECK ALM MJ
occurrence
Indicates one of the TXPWR ALM, TX INPUT ALM, Highest
ODU TOTAL ALM Alarm RX Level ALM, ODU CPU/CABLE OPEN ALM, severity will
LOREF, ODU ALM occurrence. appeare
ATPC control signal fault (90sec) as well as MAX
ATPC Power Mode Status -
Power continuation 90sec
Indicate connected ODU type is not supported at
ODU TYPE MISMATCH Alarm iPASOLINK system, or ODU type cannot use in MJ
provisioned modulation setting.
ODU PS ALM Alarm ALM in a case of Power supply interruption to ODU. MJ
ODUPS SET STATUS Status Status indication of the protection switch for ODU -
power supplies

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6.1.2.2 MODEM Alarms & Status

Indication Category Descriptions Severity


RXSW STATUS Status Radio interface RX SW usage state in Redundant -
configuration
LOSS OF FRAME Alarm Loss of Frame at radio side. MJ
FRAME ID Alarm Frame ID (route differentiation ID) MJ
HIBER ALM Alarm Radio signal degradation (High BER threshold MJ
detection). (Threshold :1E-3/1E-4/1E-5)
LOBER ALM Alarm Radio signal degradation (Low BER threshold MN
detection). (Threshold. :1E-6/1E-7/1E-8/1E-9)
EARLY WARNING Alarm Radio signal degradation (Early Warning threshold MN
detection). (Threshold :1E-9)
MOD Alarm Indicates the operating status of the MOD. When any MJ
failure occurs in the modulator section, Alarm is
issued.
IF CABLE SHORT Alarm IF cable between IDU - ODU is in short condition. MJ
INPHASE. Status In - Phase indicates the received signal DADE -
status between No.1 and No.2 MODEM interfaces
are in Phase condition. In this condition, hitless
switch over is available.
L2SYNC LOSS Alarm Loss of frame synchronization of GFP frames on MJ
MODEM port.
RDI Alarm RDI indication reception alarm on MODEM port MJ
UAE. Alarm UAE alarm. Indicates the occurrence of an MN
Unavailable state.
AMR Range Mismatch Alarm Detection of mismatch of selected RX AMR MN
modulation and TX AMR modulation.
TDM Range Mismatch Alarm Mismatch condition when the mapping number of E1 MJ
channels are different between TX and RX modem
ports.
TX SW Reverse Status TXSW request signal receiving condition from the -
Request opposite station:
TX SW Lock in Status Status TXSW Lockin state -
Unlocked Alarm Wireless synchronization statusof the local side. MJ

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6.1.2.3 STM-1 Option Card Alarms & Status

Indication Category Descriptions Severity


Unequipped (STM1-S) Alarm Reserved and installed optional package is removed MJ
from optional slot.
Type Mismatch(STM1-S) Alarm The equipped type of interface is different from MJ
configured type.
Communication Alarm Communication failure of equipment internal control MJ
FAIL(STM1-S) communication.
Module(STM1-S) Alarm Equipment fault MJ
SNCP PPS-FAIL Alarm. SNCP Path Protection Failure MJ
SNCP Protection Status Status SNCP Path Protection Status indication which -
indicates [FS, SF, SD, MS, NR] condition.
SFP_Type Mismatch Alarm Mismatch between SFP on LCT and installed SFP. MJ
(STM1)
SFP Unequpped (STM1) Alarm A SFP is removed. MJ
STM-1LOS Alarm LOS detection on STM1 Optical port. MJ
STM-1 TF Alarm Transmit Failure detection on STM1 Optical port. MJ
RS LOF Alarm SDH Frame synchronization lost in RS (Regenerator MJ
Section) on STM1 port.
RS TIM Alarm Trace Identifier Mismatch detected in RS MJ
(Regenerator Section) on STM1 port.
RS EXC Alarm B1 Byte error occurrence in RS (Regenerator MJ
Section) on STM1 port.
RS DEG Alarm B1 byte error in RS (Regenerator Section) (RS - MN
Degraded) on STM1 port.
MS AIS Alarm AIS detection in MS (Multiplex Section) on STM1 MJ
port.
MS RDI Alarm Remote Defect Indication reception in MS (Multiplex MJ
Section) on STM1 port.
AU AIS Alarm AIS detection in AU (Administrative Unit) on STM1 MJ
port.
AU LOP Alarm Loss of AU pointer happens on STM1 port. MJ
HP UNEQ Alarm HOP (Higher Order Path) Unequipped occurrence on MJ
STM1 port.
HP TIM Alarm HOP (Higher Order Path) Trace Identifier mismatch MJ
occurrence on STM1 port.
HP-PLM Alarm PayLoad Label Mismatch occurrence in HOP (Higher MJ
Order Path) on STM1 port.

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Indication Category Descriptions Severity


HP-RDI Alarm RDI (Remote Defect Indication) reception in HOP MJ
(Higher Order Path) on STM1 port.
HP-LOM Alarm Loss of Multi-Frame on STM1 port. MJ
TU -AIS Alarm In TU (Tributary Unit), AIS detection on STM1 port. MJ
TU -LOP Alarm Loss of TU Pointer on STM1 port. MJ
LP -UNEQ. Alarm LP (Lower Order Path) Unequipment occurrence on MJ
STM1 port.
LP RDI Alarm Remote Defect Indicate reception by a LP (Lower MJ
Order Path) on STM1 port.
LP PLM Alarm PayLoad Label Mismatch Failure occurrence by a LP MJ
(Lower Order Path) on STM1 port.
ALS Status Indication of automatic laser shutdown condition at -
STM-1 optical port.
RS UAS Status Status UAS status indication on STM port (Repeater -
Section)
STM-1 AIS Generated Status AIS generation condition on STM port. -
PJE Status Pointer justification Event indication at STM port. -

6.1.2.4 16E1 Option Card Alarms & Status

Indication Category Descriptions Severity


Unequipped (16E1) Alarm Reserved and installed optional package is removed MJ
from optional slot.
Type Mismatch(16E1) Alarm The equipped type of interface is different from MJ
configured type.
Communication Alarm Communication failure of equipment internal control MJ
FAIL(16E1) communication.
Module(16E1) Alarm Equipment fault MJ
E1 LOS Alarm No signal input on E1 port MJ
E1 AIS Alarm / PDH AIS MJ / -
Status ALARM/Status category can change according to "
AIS Received Condition Setting
Usage Error Alarm Unused E1 CH input signal detection. MN
E1 AIS Generated Status AIS generation condition on every E1 Channels. -

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6.1.2.5 EQUIPMENT COMMON Alarms & Status

Indication Category Descriptions Severity


MODULE (Main Board) Alarm Equipment fault MJ
BUS ERROR Alarm Data communication BUS failure condition. MJ
Unequipped (PS) Alarm Installed Power Supply Module is removed from PS MJ
slot.
Power Supply Alarm Alarm in case of power failure. MJ
FAN Fail Alarm FAN failure MJ
Unequipped (FAN) Alarm Installd FAN Module is removed from FAN slot. MJ
IDU CPU Alarm Alarm. IDU CPU Alarm MN
Memory Failure Alarm Detection of memory failure MJ
USB Failure Alarm USB memory failure indication MJ
Temperature Alarm The temperature is over the threshold MN
Maintenance Status Maintenance declaration. -
CLK FAIL Alarm Reference Clock Failed. MN
CLK Drift Alarm Reference Clock source Frequency drift condition MN
LTI Alarm Loss of all incoming timing source MJ
CLK Status Changed Status Reference clock change status -
(1) (Locked Ref1)
(2) (Locked Ref2)
(3) (Locked Ref3)
(4) Holdover
EXT CLK LOS Alarm Loss of Signal condition of External clock input. MN
EXT CLK AIS Alarm AIS (Alarm Indication Signal) condition of External MN
Clock input.
EXT CLK LOF Alarm Loss of frame condition of External Clock input. MN
EXT CLK Loop Alarm Indication of EXTERNAL clock input is used as MJ
EXTERNAL clock output.
Item Name (Input-x) Status/ HKA Status Indication {Alarm, Normal} for every HKA - or
Item Name (Cluster-x) Alarm input. Severity
(3-6) selectable
Item Name (Output-x) Status HKC Status {Alarm, Normal} for every HKC output. -
E1 LOS Alarm No signal input on E1 port MJ
E1 AIS Alarm / PDH AIS MJ / -
Status ALARM/Status category can change according to "
AIS Received Condition Setting
Usage Error Alarm Unused E1 CH input signal detection. MN
E1 AIS Generated Status AIS generation condition on every E1 Channels. -
ETH LOS Alarm LOS detection at Optical Ethernet port. MJ

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Indication Category Descriptions Severity


ETH TF Alarm Transmit Fail detection at Optical Ethernet port. MJ
SFP_Type Mismatch Alarm Mismatch between SFP on LCT and installed SFP. MJ
(ETH)
SFP Unequpped (ETH) Alarm A SFP is removed. MJ
LAN LINK Alarm LINK of the LAN Port is disconnected. MJ
Speed & Duplex Status LAN Port setting (Speed&Duplex) -
ETH-OAM LOC Alarm MJ
ETH-OAM Mismerge Alarm Ether OAM Mismatch Detection notice. MN
ETH-OAM Unexpected Alarm Ether OAM Unexpected MEP and Ether OAM MN
Period Unexpected Period detection notice
ETH-OAM RDI Alarm Ether OAM RDI reception detection notice MJ
RSTP New Root Bridge Status The notice in which new RootBridge was detected at -
Detect the time of SpanningTree processing
RSTP Topology Status The notice in which a Topology change was detected -
Changed at the time of SpanningTree processing
RSTP Protocol Migration Status The notice which received a Bridge protocol Data -
Units different in classification of RSTP/STP at the
time of SpanningTree processing
RSTP Invalid BPDU Status Invalid BPDU message at the time of SpanningTree -
Received processing
LLF Message Timeout Status Loss of a conditional signaling in which the LLF
control signal should be received continuoslly from
the opposite radio equipment.
LLF Status LLF force a LINKDOWN status. The Ethernet port -
under "edge" mode becomes LINKDOWN.
IDU TOTAL ALM Alarm IDU TOTAL ALM The highest
Severity will
be reported
Total FDB Full Status The number of DynamicEntry in L2Switch has
reached the maximum number.
FDB Full Status FDB Full indication specified per VLAN basis.

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7. CONTROL ITEMS

Following is the control items list that available on the LCT.

Following is the control items list that relate to traffic.

Following control items is available when the maintenance mode is on only. And be
careful during the operation on these control items. Because there is possibility to be
traffic effected during operation.

z Loopback Control

- IF Loopback Control
- TDM Loopback Control (E1 LB1/LB2)
- TDM Loopback Control (STM1 LB1/LB2)

z Database Upload/Download

- Data File Upload (Configuration Data)


- Data File Download (Program / FPGA / Configuration / MODEM Parameter)
- Program ROM Switching

z H/W F/W Reset

- HW Reset Control
- FW Reset Control

z Radio Control

- ATPC Manual Control


- TX Mute Control
- CW Control
- TX Modulation Manual Control

z Laser Management (STM-1 only)

- Laser Shutdown Control


- ALS Manual Switch Control

z License Management

- Import License Key


- Radio Capacity Setting

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Following is the control items list that is not relate to traffic.

- USB Memory Utility


- Log Clear Function

z Inventory Information

- Equipment Inventory Information


- Software Inventory Information

z Performance Monitor

- MODEM PMON Report


- E1 PMON Report
- STM-1 PMON Report
- PMON/RMON/FDB Clear

z Offline Maintenance

- Data Adjust
- RF Sub Band Select

7.1 Loopback
When there is an interruption of signals, use the SDH/SONET/PDH analyzers and
isolate the faulty section by checking the traffic signal by loopback. Setup the test
equipment according to the following diagrams for PDH or SDH configuration.

The facility loopback is toward the baseband interface direction and terminal
loopback is toward the CS card direction. They are performed at the STM-1/4 (SDH)
or E1 (PDH) interfaces. (Note 1, 2)

When executing the loopback control, set Maintenance Mode to ON and do not
release Maintenance Modes while controlling loopback.

7.1.1 IF Loopback
Execute the MODEM Loopback control for checking the incoming of traffic signal
inside MODEM interface (The traffic signal from E1 interfaces to wireless
direction).

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Notes
1. Turn on the TX Mute Control before executing IF Loopback. While IF
Loopback is being executed, the TX INPUT ALM of ODU will occur because
the MOD output is determinate. So, the MOD ALM and TX INPUT ALM will
be masked while IF Loopback is executed.

2. The MOD ALM and TX INPUT ALM will be un-masked as soon as the IF
Loopback is off.
3. If the remote control connected at opposite side, the remote control will be
disconnect while the IF Loopback is executed and does not restore in default.
So, it is necessary to set the IF Loopback Release Time to release IF
Loopback automatically before executing the IF Loopback.

Figure 7-1 IF Loopback

7.1.1.1 IF Loopback (for 1+1 TP)

Importance:
1. Turn ON the TX Mute control before executing IF Loopback.

2. When executing the Loopback control, set Maintenance Mode to ON and do


not release Maintenance Modes during controlling loopback.

Procedure 7-1

1. Click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT window to enter maintenance
mode.

2. Expand the Maintenance Control from the LCT menu.

3. Expand the Loopback Control from the Maintenance Control sub menu.

4. Select the MODEM Loopback Control from the Loopback Control sub
menu.

5. The MODEM Loopback Control window appears. Click Off at the specify
MODEM No. (or SW GRP) of IF Loopback field.

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Figure 7-2 MODEM Loopback Control Window

6. The MODEM Loopback Control box appears. Click On for IF Loopback.

Figure 7-3 MODEM Loopback Control Box

Table 7-1 IF Loopback


Parameter Description
IF Loopback
Off Turn on the IF Loopback function (Default)
On Turn off IF Loopback function
Release Time
not release Not set automatic restore
90sec(Default) Set automatic restore time
180sec * Available when executing IF Loopback from remote NE.
300sec
3600sec(60min)
43200sec(12h)

7. Click OK button.

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8. The Warning box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 7-4 Warning Box

9. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 7-5 Information Box

10. The MODEM Loopback Control window appears again. Confirm that the
status of IF Loopback of specify MODEM is displayed On.

Figure 7-6 MODEM Loopback Control Window

11. After finishing loopback test, click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT
window to exit maintenance mode.

12. Confirm that the MAINT changes from yellow to white.

This step is the end of the procedure.

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7.1.1.2 IF Loopback (for 1+1 HS)

Importance:
1. Turn ON the TX Mute control before executes IF Loopback.
2. When executing the Loopback control, set Maintenance Mode to ON and do
not release Maintenance Modes during controlling loopback.

Procedure 7-2

1. Click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT window to enter maintenance
mode.

2. Expand the Maintenance Control from the LCT menu.

3. Expand the Loopback Control from the Maintenance Control sub menu.

4. Select the MODEM Loopback Control from the Loopback Control sub
menu.

5. The MODEM Loopback Control window appears. Click Off at the specify
MODEM (No.1/No.2) of IF Loopback field.

Figure 7-7 MODEM Loopback Control Window

6. The MODEM Loopback Control box appears. Click On for IF Loopback.

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Figure 7-8 MODEM Loopback Control Box

Table 7-2 IF Loopback


Parameter Description
IF Loopback
Off Turn on the IF Loopback function (Default)
On Turn off IF Loopback function
Release Time
not release Not set automatic restore
90sec(Default) Set automatic restore time
180sec * Available when executing IF Loopback from remote NE.
300sec
3600sec(60min)
43200sec(12h)

7. Click OK button.

8. The Warning box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 7-9 Warning Box

9. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

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Figure 7-10 Information Box

10. The MODEM Loopback Control window appears again. Confirm that the
status of IF Loopback of specify MODEM is displayed On.

Figure 7-11 MODEM Loopback Control Window

11. After finishing loopback test, click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT
window to exit maintenance mode.

12. Confirm that the MAINT changes from yellow to white.

This step is the end of the procedure.

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7.1.2 TDM Loopback Control

7.1.2.1 TDM Loopback Control (E1 Loopback1)

Execute the TDM Loopback Control (E1 Loopback1) for checking the incoming of
E1 traffic signal inside E1 interfaces. (The traffic signal from outside to E1 interfaces
direction).

Note: During executing Loopback, the AIS will be detected at down stream of
the specified channel (Loopback channel).

Figure 7-12 TDM Loopback Control (E1 Loopback1)

Importance:
1. When executing the Loopback control, set Maintenance Mode to ON and do
not release Maintenance Modes while controlling loopback.

Procedure 7-3

1. Click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT window to enter maintenance
mode.

2. Expand the Maintenance Control from the LCT menu.

3. Expand the Loopback Control from the Maintenance Control sub menu.

4. Select the TDM Loopback Control (E1 Loopback1) from the Loopback
Control sub menu.

5. The TDM Loopback Control (E1 Loopback1) window appears. Click Off
at the specified E1 Loopback1 channel from the Main Board field.

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Figure 7-13 TDM Loopback Control (E1 Loopback1) Window

6. The TDM Loopback Control (E1 Loopback) box appears. Click On for
specified E1 Loopback CH**.

Figure 7-14 TDM Loopback Control (E1 Loopback1) Box

Table 7-3 TDM Loopback Control (E1 Loopback1)


Parameter Description
Off Turn off E1 Loopback1 function
On Turn on E1 Loopback1 function

7. Click OK button.

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8. The Warning box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 7-15 Warning Box

9. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 7-16 Information Box

10. The TDM Loopback Control window appears again. Confirm that the status
of specified CH is displayed On.

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Figure 7-17 TDM Loopback Control (E1 Loopbak1) Window

11. After finishing loopback test, click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT
window to exit maintenance mode.

12. Confirm that the MAINT changes from yellow to white.

This step is the end of the procedure.

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7.1.2.2 TDM Loopback Control (E1 Loopback2)

Execute the TDM Loopback Control (E1 Loopback2) for checking the incoming of
E1 traffic signal through MODEM IF. (The traffic signal from wireless to E1
interfaces direction).

Remote login to the opposite site NE and execute LB2 at opposite site NE.

Note: During executing Loopback, the AIS alarm will be detected at down
stream of the specified channel (Loopback channel).

Figure 7-18 TDM Loopback Control (E1 Loopback2)

Importance:
1. When executing the Loopback control, set Maintenance Mode to ON and do
not release Maintenance Modes during controlling loopback.

Procedure 7-4

1. Click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT window to enter maintenance
mode.

2. Expand the Maintenance Control from the LCT menu.

3. Expand the Loopback Control from the Maintenance Control sub menu.

4. Select the TDM Loopback Control (E1 Loopback2) from the Loopback
Control sub menu.

5. The TDM Loopback Control (E1 Loopback2) window appears. Click Off
at the specified E1 Loopback2 Channel from the Main Board field.

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Figure 7-19 TDM Loopback Control (E1 Loopback2) Window

6. The TDM Loopback Control (E1 Loopback2) box appears. Click On for
specified E1 Loopback2 CH**.

Figure 7-20 TDM Loopback Control (E1 Loopback2) Box

Table 7-4 TDM Loopback Control (E1 Loopback2)


Parameter Description
Off Turn off E1 Loopback2 function
On Turn on E1 Loopback2 function

7. Click OK button.

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8. The Warning box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 7-21 Warning Box

9. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 7-22 Information Box

10. The TDM Loopback Control window appears again. Confirm that the status
of specified CH is displayed On.

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Figure 7-23 TDM Loopback Control (E1 Loopback2) Window

11. After finishing loopback test, click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT
window to exit maintenance mode.

12. Confirm that the MAINT changes from yellow to white.

This step is the end of the procedure.

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7.1.2.3 TDM Loopback Control (STM-1 Loopback1)

Execute the TDM Loopback Control (STM-1 Loopback1) for checking the incoming
of TDM traffic signal inside STM-1 interfaces. (The traffic signal from outside to
STM-1 interfaces direction).

Note: During executing Loopback, the AIS will be detected at down stream of
the specified channel (Loopback channel).

Figure 7-24 TDM Loopback Control (STM-1 Loopback 1)

Importance:
1. When executing the Loopback control, set Maintenance Mode to on and do
not release Maintenance Modes while controlling loopback.

Procedure 7-5

1. Click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT window to enter maintenance
mode.

2. Expand the Maintenance Control from the LCT menu.

3. Expand the Loopback Control from the Maintenance Control sub menu.

4. Select the TDM Loopback Control (STM-1 Loopback1) from the


Loopback Control sub menu.

5. The TDM Loopback Control (STM-1 Loopback1) window appears. Click


Off at the STM1-S field.

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Figure 7-25 TDM Loopback Control (STM-1 Loopback1) Window

6. The TDM Loopback Control (STM-1 Loopback1) box appears. Click On


for specified STM-1 Loopback1 Port**.

Figure 7-26 TDM Loopback Control (STM-1 Loopback1) Box

Table 7-5 TDM Loopback Control (STM-1 Loopback1)


Parameter Description
Off Turn off STM-1 Loopback1 function
On Turn on STM-1 Loopback1 function

7. Click OK button.

8. The Warning box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 7-27 Warning Box

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9. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 7-28 Information Box

10. The TDM Loopback Control window appears again. Confirm that the status
of STM-1 Loopback1 Port** is displayed On.

Figure 7-29 TDM Loopback Control (STM-1 Loopback1) Window

11. After finishing loopback test, click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT
window to exit maintenance mode.

12. Confirm that the MAINT changes from yellow to white.

This step is the end of the procedure.

7.1.2.4 TDM Loopback Control (STM-1 Loopback 2)

Execute the TDM Loopback Control (STM-1 Loopback2) for checking the incoming
of TDM traffic signal through MODEM IF. (The traffic signal from wireless to
STM-1 interfaces direction).

Remote login to the opposite site NE and execute STM-1 Loopback2 at opposite site
NE.

Note: During executing Loopback, the AIS will be detected at down stream of

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the specified channel (Loopback channel).

Figure 7-30 TDM Loopback Control (STM-1 Loopback 2)

Importance:
1. When executing the Loopback control, set Maintenance Mode to ON and do
not release Maintenance Modes during controlling loopback.

Procedure 7-6

1. Click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT window to enter maintenance
mode.

2. Expand the Maintenance Control from the LCT menu.

3. Expand the Loopback Control from the Maintenance Control sub menu.

4. Select the TDM Loopback Control (STM-1 Loopback2) from the


Loopback Control sub menu.

5. The TDM Loopback Control (STM-1 Loopback2) window appears. Click


Off at the STM1-S field.

Figure 7-31 TDM Loopback Control (STM-1 Loopback2) Window

6. The TDM Loopback Control (STM-1 Loopback2) box appears. Click On

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for specified STM-1 Loopback2 Port**.

Figure 7-32 TDM Loopback Control (STM-1 Loopback2) Box

Table 7-6 TDM Loopback Control (STM-1 Loopback2)


Parameter Description
Off Turn off STM-1 Loopback2 function
On Turn on STM-1 Loopback2 function

7. Click OK button.

8. The Warning box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 7-33 Warning box

9. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 7-34 Information Box

10. The TDM Loopback Control window appears again. Confirm that the status
of STM-1 Loopback2 Port** is displayed On.

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Figure 7-35 TDM Loopback Control (STM-1 Loopback2) Window

11. After finishing loopback test, click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT
window to exit maintenance mode.

12. Confirm that the MAINT changes from yellow to white.

This step is the end of the procedure.

7.2 Equipment Maintenance


This section provides the maintenance information and procedures related to the
equipment and equipment configuration.

7.2.1 Equipment Utility


Following is the list of Data Upload/Download function

Database Upload (Export (NE-> Storage) Utility)


Use this function to export the Equipment Config Data, Network Config Data and
User Config Data from NE to storage (local PC or USB memory)

Database Download (Update (Storage -> NE) Utility)


Use this function to update NE by downloading Program File, FPGA Data and
Config Data from storage (local PC or USB memory) to NE.

Program ROM Switching


Use this function to switching running F/W version of IDU and ODU.

USB Memory Utility


Use this function to format USB memory.

Log Clear Function


Use this function to clear Alarm/Event/Command Log from NE.

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Provisioning Clear
Use this function to clear Provisioning setting from Main Board and STM-1
(option).

Current Time Setting


Use this function to time setting of NE.

7.2.1.1 Database Upload (Export (NE-> Storage) Utility)

Procedure 7-7

1. Expand the Equipment Utility from the LCT menu.

2. Select the Export (NE-> Storage) Utility from the Equipment Utility sub
menu.

3. The Export (NE-> Storage) Utility window appears. Select the specified
Config Data and storage (local PC or USB memory), then click Execute button.

Figure 7-36 Export (NE-> Storage) Utility Window

4. The File Download window appears. Click Save button.

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Figure 7-37 File Download Window

5. The Save As window appears. Select the specified directory on the specified
device (local PC/USB memory) and then click Save button.

Figure 7-38 Save As Window

Table 7-7 Upload Configuration Data


Data Type Default File Name
Network Configuration Data iPASOLINK- network.cfg.txt
Equipment Configuration Data iPASOLINK- equip. cfg
User Configuration Data iPASOLINK- user. cfg

6. The Download Complete window appears. Click Close button.

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Figure 7-39 Download Complete Window

7. After the upload progress is finished, go to export destination on specified device


(local PC or USB memory) to confirm whether the data has been upload
correctly or not.

Figure 7-40 Data Folder

This step is the end of the procedure.

7.2.1.2 Database Download (Update (Storage -> NE) Utility)

This function is for downloading iPASOLINK software, firmware (Program File


(*.php)/FPGA) and equipment configuration file (*.cnf) from storage (local PC or
USB memory *1) to NE.

*1 Connect USB memory to the USB port at the front of iPASOLINK and the
operation is on LCT.

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Following is the items list available on Update (Storage -> NE) Utility.

Program File Download

This function is used for downloading F/Ws from Local PC or USB Memory to
the targets. (Main Board, ODU)

FPGA Data File Download

This function is used for downloading FPGA from Local PC or USB Memory to
the target cards.

Configuration Data File Download

This function is used for downloading configuration file (Equipment, Network,


User) from Local PC or USB Memory to iPASOLINK.

MODEM Parameter File Download

This function is used to update the MODEM parameter file on the MODEM
module.

(1) Program File Download

Importance:
1. Confirm that you have IDU Main Board Program File that is provided from
NEC.
2. Confirm the current version of IDU Main Board Program File from the IDU
tab of Equipment Inventory Information window.
3. Turn on the Maintenance Mode before downloading IDU Main Board
Program File. And do not release Maintenance Mode while downloading.

(a) Main Board

Procedure 7-8

1. Click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT window to turn maintenance
mode on.

2. Expand the Equipment Utility from the LCT menu.

3. Select the Update (Storage -> NE) Utility form the Equipment Utility sub
menu.

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4. The Update (Storage -> NE) Utility window appears. Click the Program
File radio button and then click Execute button.

Figure 7-41 Update (Storage -> NE) Utility Window

5. The Update (Storage -> NE) Utility box appears. Select the Main Board
from drop-down list and then click Next button.

Figure 7-42 Update (Storage -> NE) Utility Box

6. The source selection window appears. Select destination storage (Local


PC/USB Memory) from the Import File field and then click File icon button.

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Figure 7-43 Source Selection Window

7. The file selection window appears. Select the Main Board firmware file and then
click Open (or OK) button.

Main Board firmware name: iPASOLINK200- idufw-vx.xx.xx.xx.bin

Local PC

Figure 7-44 File Selection Window (1/2)

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USB Memory

Figure 7-45 File Selection Window (2/2)

8. The source selection window appears again. Click OK button.

Figure 7-46 Source Selection Window

9. The Warning box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 7-47 Warning Box

10. The download progress box appears.

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Figure 7-48 Download Progress Box

11. After the download is completed, the Update Complete! window appears.
Check the Program ROM Switching check box and then click OK button.

Figure 7-49 Update Complete! Window

Table 7-8 Program ROM Switching


Check Box Description
ON Executes Program ROM Switching to new version now
(after click Close button)
OFF Executes Program ROM Switching later by manually.

Note: If the check box of Program ROM Switching is not checked, you have to
execute Program ROM Switching later by manually. (For more detail
refer to 7.2.1.3 Program ROM Switching)
And use in the following case.
1. When suppose to download Program File data to NE only and update NE in
other days.

2. When suppose to update multiple NEs in one time.


3. When suppose to continue downloads another data and then executes the
update one time.
4. Program ROM will be switched to new version after equipment restart. You
can confirm running version in Equipment Inventory Information Window.

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12. The Warning box appears. Click OK button. iPASOLINK will be restarted
automatically.

Figure 7-50 Warning Box

13. The Information box appears. Click OK button. The WebLCT will shutdown
automatically.

Figure 7-51 Information Box

14. After iPASOLINK restarts, log in again.

15. Select the Inventory (Equipment Inventory Information) from the LCT
menu.

16. The Equipment Inventory Information (IDU) window appears. Confirm the
Current version (new program running version) of Main Board.

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Figure 7-52 Equipment Inventory Information Window

17. After finishing Program File download, click Maintenance button on the top of
the LCT window to exit maintenance mode.

18. Confirm that the MAINT changes from yellow to white.

This step is the end of the procedure.

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(b) ODU

Importance:
1. Confirm that you have ODU Program File that is provided from NEC.
2. Confirm the current version of ODU Program File from the ODU tab of the
Equipment Inventory Information window.
3. Turn on the Maintenance Mode before download ODU Program File. And do
not release Maintenance Mode while downloading.

Procedure 7-9

1. Click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT window to turn maintenance
mode ON.

2. Expand the Equipment Utility from the LCT menu.

3. Select the Update (Storage -> NE) Utility form the Equipment Utility sub
menu.

4. The Update (Storage -> NE) Utility window appears. Check the Program
File radio button and then click Execute button.

Figure 7-53 Update (Storage -> NE) Utility Window

5. The Update (Storage -> NE) Utility box (1/2) appears. Select the ODU from
drop-down list and then click Next button.

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Figure 7-54 Update (Storage -> NE) Utility Box (1/2)

6. The Update (Storage -> NE) Utility box (2/2) appears. Select the MODEM
from drop-down list and then click Next button.

Figure 7-55 Update (Storage -> NE) Utility Box (2/2)

7. The source selection window appears. Select destination storage (Local


PC/USB Memory) from the Import File field and then click File icon button.

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Figure 7-56 Source Selection Window

8. The file selection window appears. Select the ODU firmware file and then click
Open (or OK) button.

ODU firmware name:

Local PC

Figure 7-57 File Selection Window (1/2)

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USB Memory

Figure 7-58 File Selection Window (2/2)

9. The source selection window appears again. Click OK button.

Figure 7-59 Source Selection Window

10. The Warning box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 7-60 Warning Box

11. The download progress box appears.

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Figure 7-61 Download Progress Box

12. After the download is completed, the Update Complete! window appears.
Check the Program ROM Switching check box and then click OK button.

Figure 7-62 Update Complete! Window

Table 7-9 Program ROM Switching


Check Box Description
ON Executes Program ROM Switching to new version now
(after click Close button)
OFF Executes Program ROM Switching later by manually.

Note: If the checkbox of Program ROM Switching is not checked you have to
execute Program ROM Switching later by manually. (For more detail
refer to 7.2.1.3 Program ROM Switching)
And use in the following case.
1. When suppose to download Program File data to NE only and update NE in
other days.

2. When suppose to update multiple NEs in one time.


3. When suppose to continue downloads another data and then executes the
update one time.
4. Program ROM will be switched to new version after equipment restart. You

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can confirm running version in the Equipment Inventory Information


window.

13. The Warning box appears. Click OK button. iPASOLINK will be restarted
automatically.

Figure 7-63 Warning Box

14. The Information box appears. Click OK button. The WebLCT will shutdown
automatically.

Figure 7-64 Information Box

15. After iPASOLINK restarts, log in again.

16. Select the Inventory (Equipment Inventory Information) from the LCT
menu.

17. The Equipment Inventory Information (ODU) window appears. Confirm


the Current version (new program running version) of ODU.

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Figure 7-65 Equipment Inventory Information Window

18. After finishing Program File download, click Maintenance button on the top of
the LCT window to exit maintenance mode.

19. Confirm that the MAINT changes from yellow to white.

This step is the end of the procedure.

(2) FPGA Data

Importance:
1. Confirm data file of FPGA was already acquired from NEC.
2. Confirm the F/W versions on the IDU tab of the Equipment Inventory
Information window.
3. When executing the FPGA data download, set Maintenance Mode to on and
do not release Maintenance Modes while controlling download.

Procedure 7-10

1. Click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT window to turn maintenance
mode on.

2. Expand the Equipment Utility from the LCT menu.

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3. Select the Update (Storage -> NE) Utility form the Equipment Utility sub
menu.

4. The Export (Storage -> NE) Utility window appears. Select the FPGA Data.

Figure 7-66 Export (Storage -> NE) Utility Window

5. The FPGA Data window appears. Select the specific Card (Main Board or
STM1-S) / FPGA from drop-down lists for download then click Next button.

When selecting the Main Board from drop-down list of Card type

Figure 7-67 FPGA Data Window (1/2)

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When selecting the STM1-S from drop-down list of Card type

Figure 7-68 FPGA Data Window (2/2)

6. The source selection window appears. Select destination storage (Local


PC/USB Memory) from the Import File field and then click File icon button.

Figure 7-69 Source Selection Window

7. The file selection window appears. Select the FPGA Data file and then click
Open (or OK) button.

FPGA Data file name: NWZ-048730_vxxxxxxx.bin

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Local PC

Figure 7-70 File Selection Window (1/2)

USB Memory

Figure 7-71 File Selection Window (2/2)

8. The source selection window appears again. Click OK button.

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Figure 7-72 Source Selection Window

9. The Warning box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 7-73 Warning Box

10. The download progress box appears.

Figure 7-74 Download Progress Box

11. The Update Complete! window appears after downloading. Then auto-revert
should be executed by clicking the OK button.

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Figure 7-75 Update Complete! Window

12. The Information box appears. Click OK button. The WebLCT will shutdown
automatically.

Figure 7-76 Information Box

13. After iPASOLINK restarts, log in again.

14. Select the Inventory (Equipment Inventory Information) from the LCT
menu.

15. After restarting, confirm the new program running on the Equipment
Inventory Information (IDU) window.

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Figure 7-77 Equipment Inventory Information Window

16. After finishing FPGA Data download, click Maintenance button on the top of
the LCT window to exit maintenance mode.

17. Confirm that the MAINT changes from yellow to white.

This step is the end of the procedure.

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(3) Configuration Data

Importance:
1. Upload existing Configuration Data File.

Note: Do not use the same folder between Exist Configuration Data File and
Data for Download that allows comparison of each Data.
1. When executing the Configuration Data download, set Maintenance Mode to
on and do not release Maintenance Modes while controlling download.

Procedure 7-11

1. Click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT window to turn maintenance
mode on.

2. Expand the Equipment Utility from the LCT menu.

3. Select the Update (Storage -> NE) Utility form the Equipment Utility sub
menu.

4. The Export (Storage -> NE) Utility window appears. Check the Config
Data radio button then click Execute button.

Figure 7-78 Export (Storage -> NE) Utility Window

5. The source selection window appears. Select the specific Config Data Type
(Network Config, Equipment Config, User Config).

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Figure 7-79 Source Selection Window

6. Select destination storage (Local PC/USB Memory) from the Import File
field and then click File icon button.

7. The file selection window appears. Select the Config Data file and then click
Open (or OK) button.

Local PC

Figure 7-80 File Selection Window (1/2)

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USB Memory

Figure 7-81 File Selection Window (2/2)

Table 7-10 Config Data Type


Data Type Default File Name
Network Configuration Data iPASOLINK- network.cfg.txt
Equipment Configuration Data iPASOLINK- equip. cfg
User Configuration Data iPASOLINK- user. cfg

8. The source selection window appears again. Click OK button.

Figure 7-82 Source Selection Window

9. The Warning box appears. Click OK button.

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Figure 7-83 Warning Box

10. The download progress box appears.

Figure 7-84 Download Progress Box

11. The Update Complete! window appears after downloading. Then auto-revert
should be executed by clicking OK button.

Figure 7-85 Update Complete! Window

12. The Information box appears. Click OK button. The WebLCT will shutdown
automatically.

Figure 7-86 Information Box

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Note: After Network Config Data Download is completed, when clicking OK


button on the following window, the Web LCT will shutdown
automatically. Log in again after iPASOLINK restarts.

Figure 7-87 Information Box

13. After iPASOLINK restarts, log in again.

14. Upload the Configuration Data File again and then acquire the Configuration
Data.

15. Confirm the latest Configuration Data running by comparing the newly acquired
Configuration Data to that acquired before download.

16. After finishing Configuration Data download, click Maintenance button on the
top of the LCT window to exit maintenance mode.

17. Confirm that the MAINT changes from yellow to white.

This step is the end of the procedure.

(4) MODEM Parameter Data

Importance:
1. Confirm specific Parameter File for MODEM was already acquired from
NEC.
2. Confirm specific Parameter File for MODEM.
3. When executing the MODEM Parameter Download, set Maintenance Mode
to ON and do not release Maintenance Modes while controlling Download.

Procedure 7-12

1. Click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT window to turn maintenance
mode ON.

2. Expand the Equipment Utility from the LCT menu.

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3. Select the Update (Storage -> NE) Utility form the Equipment Utility sub
menu.

4. The Update (Storage -> NE) Utility window appears, select MODEM
Parameter then click Execute button.

Figure 7-88 Update (Storage -> NE) Utility Window

5. The Update (Storage -> NE) Utility box appears. Select a desired MODEM
and then click OK button.

Figure 7-89 MODEM Parameter Box

6. The source selection window appears. Select the destination storage (Local
PC/USB Memory) from the Import File field and then click File icon button.

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Figure 7-90 Source Selection Window

7. The file selection window appears. Select the MODEM Parameter file and then
click Open (or OK) button.

MODEM Parameter file:

Local PC

Figure 7-91 File Selection Window (1/2)

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USB Memory

Figure 7-92 File Selection Window (2/2)

8. The source selection window appears again. Click OK button.

Figure 7-93 Source Selection Window

9. The Warning box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 7-94 Warning Box

10. The download progress box appears.

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Figure 7-95 Download Progress Box

11. The Update Complete! window appears after downloading. Then auto-revert
should be executed by clicking the OK button.

Figure 7-96 Update Complete! Window

12. After restarting, open the window of specific MODEM and then confirm the
latest MODEM Parameter Data running by comparing the confirmed parameter
of specific MODEM.

13. After finishing MODEM Parameter download, click Maintenance button on


the top of the LCT window to exit maintenance mode.

14. Confirm that the MAINT changes from yellow to white.

This step is the end of the procedure.

7.2.1.3 Program ROM Switching

(1) Main Board ROM Switching

Importance:
1. When executing the Program ROM Switching, set Maintenance Mode to ON
and do not release Maintenance Modes while controlling Switching.

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Procedure 7-13

1. Click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT window to turn maintenance
mode on.

2. Expand the Equipment Utility from the LCT menu.

3. Select the Program ROM Switching Utility from the Equipment Utility
sub menu.

4. The Program ROM Switching window appears. Click the Main Board in the
Item field.

Figure 7-97 Program ROM Switching Window

5. The Program ROM Switching (Main Board) box appears. Confirm the
information then click OK button.

Figure 7-98 Program ROM Switching (Main Board) Window

6. The Warning box appears. Click OK button. Then auto-revert should be


executed by clicking the OK button.

Figure 7-99 Warning Box

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7. The Information box appears. Click OK button. The WebLCT window will
shutdown automatically.

Figure 7-100 Information Box

8. After iPASOLINK restarts, log in again.

9. Select the Equipment Utility (Program ROM Switching) from the LCT
menu.

10. Confirm the Current version of the Main Board in the Program ROM
Switching window.

Figure 7-101 Program ROM Switching Window

11. After finishing Program ROM Switching, click Maintenance button on the top
of the LCT window to exit maintenance mode.

12. Confirm that the MAINT changes from yellow to white.

This step is the end of the procedure.

(2) ODU ROM Switching

Importance:
1. When executing the Program ROM Switching, set Maintenance Mode to ON
and do not release Maintenance Modes while controlling Switching.

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Procedure 7-14

1. Click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT window to turn maintenance
mode on.

2. Expand the Equipment Utility from the LCT menu.

3. Select the Program ROM Switching Utility from the Equipment Utility
sub menu.

4. The Program ROM Switching window appears. Click the ODU No. in the
Item field.

Figure 7-102 Program ROM Switching Window

5. The Program ROM Switching (ODU) box appears. Confirm the information
then click OK button.

Figure 7-103 Program ROM Switching (ODU) Box

6. The Warning box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 7-104 Warning Box

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7. The Information box appears. Then auto-revert should be executed by clicking


the OK button.

Figure 7-105 Information Box

8. After restarting, confirm the Current version of ODU in the Program ROM
Switching window.

Figure 7-106 Program ROM Switching Window

9. After finishing Program ROM Switching, click Maintenance button on the top
of the LCT window to exit maintenance mode.

10. Confirm that the MAINT changes from yellow to white.

This step is the end of the procedure.

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7.2.1.4 USB Memory Utility

Procedure 7-15

1. Expand the Equipment Utility from the LCT menu.

2. Select the USB Memory Utility from the Equipment Utility sub menu.

3. The USB Memory Utility window appears.

Figure 7-107 USB Memory Utility Window

4. After confirming that the necessary data does not exist in USB Memory, click
Format button.

5. After formatting, the USB Memory Utility window appears again. Confirm
that the USB memory was formatted.

This step is the end of the procedure.

7.2.1.5 Provisioning Clear Function

Procedure 7-16

1. Expand the Equipment Utility from the LCT menu.

2. Select the Shipment from the Equipment Utility sub menu.

3. The Shipment window appears. Click the Shipment button.

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Figure 7-108 Shipment Window

4. The Shipment box appears. Select the Provisioning Clear from the drop-down
list and then click OK button.

Figure 7-109 Shipment Box

5. The Warning box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 7-110 Warning Box

6. The Information box appears. Click OK button. iPASOLINK will be restarted


automatically.

Figure 7-111 Information Box

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7. The Information box appears. Click OK button The WebLCT will shutdown
automatically.

Figure 7-112 Information Box

8. After iPASOLINK restarts, log in again.

9. Confirm the parameter of Main Board and STM-1.

This step is the end of the procedure.

7.2.1.6 Current Time Setting

Procedure 7-17

1. Expand the Equipment Utility from the LCT menu.

2. Select the Date/Time setting from the Equipment Utility sub menu.

3. The Date/Time Setting window appears. Click Modify button.

Figure 7-113 Date/Time Setting Window

4. The Date/Time Setting box appears. Refer to the table below to assign a
proper value for each parameter accordingly.

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Figure 7-114 Date/Time Setting Box

Table 7-11 Date/Time Setting


Item Description
Date Input the date (mouth/day /year).
Time Input the current time.
Time Zone Set the GMT from drop-down lists.
Range: Hour (+15 to -15 [H])+ minutes (00 to 59)
Display PC Time Check the box to synchronize the time with the Local PC.

5. Click OK button after configuring the parameters.

6. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 7-115 Information Box

7. The Date/Time Setting window appears again. Confirm the modified date and
time of the information displayed.

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Figure 7-116 Date/Time Setting Window

This step is the end of the procedure.

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7.2.2 Equipment Reset


This section describes the H/W and F/W Reset Control at iPASOLINK200.

Reset control available only when Maintenance Mode is On. If Maintenance Mode is
Off, Reset control will return the error response.

The following Items are available to reset control.

Table 7-12 List of Modules Available to Reset


Parameter Reset CPU L2SW H/W Reset Program
Device ROM
Reset Switching
Main -
Board/CTRL
ODU -
STM1-S - - -
16E1-S - - -

z H/W Reset Control

L2SW Device Reset


Reset should be executed for L2SW of IDU (MB/CTRL). Main signal will be
downed during the executing.

Card Reset
Available to control each option card individually. Main ETH signal will be
downed during the resetting. After Card Reset finished, option card need to be
resetting the configuration information that retains by IDU (MB/CTRL). Card
Reset replies NG response and does not execute if option card was not registered,
not mounted and mounted different place.

z F/W Reset Control

CPU Reset (ODU)


Available to reset CPU(ODU) and control each ODU individually. Main signal
will be downed during the resetting. After CPU Reset (ODU) finished, ODU
need to be resetting the configuration information that retains by IDU
(MB/CTRL). CPU Reset (ODU) replies NG response and not execute if
MODEM did not mounted (include in not registered and mounted different
place).

CPU Reset (IDU)


Available to reset CPU of IDU (Main/CTRL). Main ETH signal and NMS

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Communications will be downed after CPU Reset (IDU) executed.

7.2.2.1 H/W Reset Control

(1) L2SW Device Reset (L2SW H/W Reset)

Procedure 7-18

1. Expand the Maintenance Control from the LCT menu.

2. Expand the H/W_F/W Reset Control from the Maintenance Control sub
menu.

3. Select the H/W Reset Control from the H/W_F/W Reset Control sub menu.

4. The H/W reset control window appears. Click Main Board (L2SW) in the
Item field.

Figure 7-117 H/W Reset Control Window

5. The H/W Reset Control box appears. Confirm the information then click OK
button.

Figure 7-118 H/W Reset Control Box

6. The Warning box appears. Click OK button.

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Figure 7-119 Warning Box

7. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 7-120 Information Box

8. The Main Board (L2SW) restarts automatically.

9. After finishing Reset Control, click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT
window to exit maintenance mode.

10. Confirm that the MAINT changes from yellow to white.

This step is the end of the procedure.

(2) Card Reset

Procedure 7-19

1. Expand the Maintenance Control from the LCT menu.

2. Select the H/W_F/W Reset Control from the Maintenance Control sub
menu.

3. Select the H/W Reset Control from the H/W_F/W Reset Control sub menu.

4. The H/W reset control window appears. Click Option in the Item field.

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Figure 7-121 H/W Reset Control Window

5. The H/W Reset Control box appears. Confirm the information then click OK
button.

Figure 7-122 H/W Reset Control Box

6. The Warning box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 7-123 Warning Box

7. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 7-124 Information Box

8. The card restarts automatically.

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9. After finishing Reset Control, click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT
window to exit maintenance mode.

10. Confirm that the MAINT changes from yellow to white.

This step is the end of the procedure.

7.2.2.2 F/W Reset Control

(1) CPU Reset (IDU)

Procedure 7-20

1. Expand the Maintenance Control from the LCT menu.

2. Expand the H/W_F/W Reset Control from the Maintenance Control sub
menu.

3. Select the F/W Reset Control from the H/W_F/W Reset Control sub menu.

4. The F/W reset control window appears. Click Main Board in the Item field.

Figure 7-125 F/W Reset Control Window

5. The F/W Reset Control box appears. Confirm the information then click OK
button.

Figure 7-126 F/W Reset Control Box

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6. The Warning box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 7-127 Warning Box

7. The Information box appears. Click OK button. The WebLCT window will
shutdown automatically.

Figure 7-128 Information Box

8. After iPASOLINK restarts, log in again.

9. Confirm the current status on the IDU tab.

10. After finishing Reset Control, click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT
window to exit maintenance mode.

11. Confirm that the MAINT changes from yellow to white.

This step is the end of the procedure.

(2) Reset CPU (ODU)

Procedure 7-21

1. Expand the Maintenance Control from the LCT menu.

2. Select the H/W_F/W Reset Control from the Maintenance Control sub
menu.

3. Select the F/W Reset Control from the H/W_F/W Reset Control sub menu.

4. The F/W reset control window appears. Click specific ODU No. in the Item
field.

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Figure 7-129 F/W Reset Control Window

5. The F/W Reset Control box appears. Confirm the information then click OK
button.

Figure 7-130 F/W Reset Control Box

6. The Warning box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 7-131 Warning Box

7. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 7-132 Information Box

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8. The CPU Reset (ODU) starts automatically. Confirm the current status on the
ODU tab.

9. After finishing Reset Control, click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT
window to exit maintenance mode.

10. Confirm that the MAINT changes from yellow to white.

This step is the end of the procedure.

7.2.3 Radio Control


There are several maintenance control items that can be set during Maintenance
Mode.

The function of each control is as follows (These windows are not available when
MAINT is OFF. Switch to Maintenance mode first is displayed).

z ATPC Manual Control

If TX Power Control Mode selects ATPC Mode, execute temporally fix control
to transmit POWER. Select the value range described in ( ) of ATPC Range that
located in the Provisioning Menu (MODEM Function setting -> TX Power
Setting) for Transmit POWER. ATPC Manual Control available to select the
either Auto or Manual. If transmit POWER require to temporally fix control,
select Manual then select fixed value and it will be fixed until select Auto.

Note: ATPC Manual Control is not effective if selects MTPC Mode.

z TX Mute Control

Despite the equipment configuration setting, forcing the TX Mute Control to


ON, the transmit power of the ODU will stop.

If Mute Control is set to OFF, it will cancel the Mute control.

Notes
1. IF Mute Control is set to OFF and due to uncontrollable factors Mute OFF
does not work, Mute status will remain on.
2. In case of 1+1 HS configuration, the Mute OFF control does not mute both
lines. Moreover, when force Mute is controlled in No.1/No.2, Maintenance
Mode can not set to Off.
3. When TX Mute is controlled by a remote control, is possible the setting of the
automatic restoration time. Therefore, TX Mute Release Time is set.

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4. TX Mute Release Time is set together with TX Mute Control by the item that
becomes effective only when TX Mute Control is done from a higher-level
device.

z CW Control

CW (no transmission modulation) is controlled.


It uses it when the frequency is measured with a frequency counter and when
spurious is checked.
If you run the CW control over a pre-made Mute ON, run CW ON/OFF after
Mute OFF. At this time, when there is a factor that the CW control is not turned
on it becomes CW control error.
In addition, in case of remote connection and operated Control CW, it may not
be able to recover again. CW Control will restore automatically according to
the TX Mute Release Time parameter.

z TX Modulation Manual Control

The flat rate of the transmission modulation method of the control station in the
AMR mode is temporarily managed.
The modulation method can be set according to the target device regardless of
the AMR Range setting.
Under the 1+0 configuration, each Slot#/Slot# is individually controlled.
This control is done by exchanging request/answer of the control between
local/remote stations as well as LB2.
When the TX Modulation Manual Control setting is returned from Manual to
Auto, the fixed modulation method is returned to QPSK.

7.2.3.1 ATPC Manual Control

Performing this function (Manual Control), the Maintenance Mode becomes On.
However, in case of Auto setting and if Maintenance Mode is set to Off it will cancel
the auto setting.

Procedure 7-22

1. Click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT window to turn maintenance
mode ON.

2. Expand the Maintenance Control from the LCT menu.

3. Select the MODEM Maintenance Control from the Maintenance Control


sub menu.

4. The MODEM Maintenance Control window appears. Click Off in the ATPC
Manual Control field.

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Figure 7-133 MODEM Maintenance Control Window

5. The MODEM Maintenance Control box appears. Assign a proper value for
each parameter.

Figure 7-134 MODEM Maintenance Control Box

Table 7-13 ATPC Manual Control


Parameter Description
ATPC Manual Control Enable/ Disable ATPC Manual Control
Value Set the transmit POWER

6. Click OK button after configuring the parameters.

7. The Warning box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 7-135 Warning Box

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8. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 7-136 Information Box

9. The MODEM Maintenance Control window appears again. Confirm the


parameters displayed.

Figure 7-137 MODEM Maintenance Control Window

10. After finishing Radio Control, click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT
window to exit maintenance mode.

11. Confirm that the MAINT changes from yellow to white.

This step is the end of the procedure.

7.2.3.2 TX Mute Control

Procedure 7-23

1. Click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT window to turn maintenance
mode ON.

2. Expand the Maintenance Control from the LCT menu.

3. Select the MODEM Maintenance Control from the Maintenance Control

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sub menu.

4. The MODEM Maintenance Control window appears. Click OFF in the TX


Mute Control field.

Figure 7-138 MODEM Maintenance Control Window

5. The MODEM Maintenance Control box appears. Assign a proper value for
each parameter.

Figure 7-139 MODEM Maintenance Control Box

Table 7-14 TX Mute Control


Parameter Description
TX Mute Control
ON Forcing Mute shall be executed.
Off Forcing Mute shall be released.
TX Mute Release Time
not release no auto-recovery
No Limit (Default) Auto-recovery time shall be setup.
90sec Note: not available to setup at Local connection.
180sec
300sec
3600sec(60min)
43200sec(12h)

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6. Click OK button after configuring the parameters.

7. The Warning box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 7-140 Warning Box

8. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 7-141 Information Box

9. The MODEM Maintenance Control window appears again. Confirm the


parameters displayed.

Figure 7-142 MODEM Maintenance Control Window

10. After finishing Radio Control, click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT
window to exit maintenance mode.

11. Confirm that the MAINT changes from yellow to white.

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This step is the end of the procedure.

7.2.3.3 CW Control

Procedure 7-24

1. Click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT window to turn maintenance
mode ON.

2. Expand the Maintenance Control from the LCT menu.

3. Select the MODEM Maintenance Control from the Maintenance Control


sub menu.

4. The MODEM Maintenance Control window appears. Click Off in the CW


Control field.

Figure 7-143 MODEM Maintenance Control Window

5. The MODEM Maintenance Control box appears. Assign a proper value for
each parameter.

Figure 7-144 MODEM Maintenance Control Box

Table 7-15 CW Control

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Parameter Description
CW Control
ON Control CW shall be executed
Off Control CW shall be released.
CW Control Release Time
not release no auto-recovery
No Limit (Default) Auto-recovery time shall be setup.
90sec Note: not available to setup at Local connection.
180sec
300sec
3600sec(60min)
43200sec(12h)

6. Click OK button after configuring the parameters.

7. The Warning box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 7-145 Warning Box

8. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 7-146 Information Box

9. The MODEM Maintenance Control window appears again. Confirm the


parameters displayed.

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Figure 7-147 MODEM Maintenance Control Window

10. After finishing CW Control, click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT
window to exit maintenance mode.

11. Confirm that the MAINT changes from yellow to white.

This step is the end of the procedure.

7.2.3.4 TX Modulation Manual Control (for AMR Mode only)

Procedure 7-25

1. Click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT window to turn maintenance
mode ON.

2. Expand the Maintenance Control from the LCT menu.

3. Select the MODEM Maintenance Control from the Maintenance Control


sub menu.

4. The MODEM Maintenance Control window appears. Click QPSK in the TX


Modulation Manual Control field.

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Figure 7-148 MODEM Maintenance Control Window

5. The MODEM Maintenance Control box appears. Assign a proper value for
each parameter.

Figure 7-149 MODEM Maintenance Control Box

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Table 7-16 TX Modulation Manual Control


Parameter Description
Auto Manual control should not be executed.
Manual QPSK If Manual control is executed, select the modulation
16QAM method.
32QAM
64QAM
128QAM
256QAM

6. Click OK button after configuring the parameters.

7. The Warning box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 7-150 Warning Box

8. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 7-151 Information Box

9. The MODEM Maintenance Control window appears again. Confirm the


parameters displayed.

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Figure 7-152 MODEM Maintenance Control Window

10. After finishing TX Modulation Manual Control, click Maintenance button on


the top of the LCT window to exit maintenance mode.

11. Confirm that the MAINT changes from yellow to white.

This step is the end of the procedure.

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7.2.4 Laser Management


This chapter describes the procedure of Laser Management set up.

The following Laser management Items are available to execute from the LCT.

z Laser Shutdown Control

Force to shutdown optical output such as 1000BASE-SX/LX, STM-1 (OPT).

z ALS Restart (for Remote Operation only)

For SDH optical interface, the ALS (Automatic Laser Shutdown) control
performs the resumption of optical power for a definite period of time.

ALS functionality is effective only for Optical SDH STM-1 INTFC.

In addition, this function operates under ALS control execution (optical power
shutdown). If ALS is not activated, the control is not carried out.

7.2.4.1 Laser Shutdown Control

Procedure 7-26

1. Click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT window to turn maintenance
mode on.

2. Expand the Maintenance Control from the LCT menu.

3. Select the Laser Shutdown Control from the Maintenance Control sub
menu.

4. The Laser Shutdown Control window appears. Select the Laser


Shutdown Control field.

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Figure 7-153 Laser Shutdown Control Window

5. The Laser Shutdown Control box appears. Click the Forced Laser
Shutdown Control radio button and then select the parameter radio button.

Figure 7-154 Laser Shutdown Control Box

Table 7-17 Auto Laser Shutdown Control


Parameter Description
Shutdown Off Normal operation
Shutdown Off Force to shutdown optical output of STM-1.

6. Click OK button after configuring the parameters.

7. The Warning box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 7-155 Warning Box

8. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

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Figure 7-156 Information Box

9. The Laser Shutdown Control window appears again. Confirm the parameters
displayed.

Figure 7-157 Laser Shutdown Control Window

10. After finishing Laser Shutdown Control, click Maintenance button on the top
of the LCT window to exit maintenance mode.

11. Confirm that the MAINT changes from yellow to white.

This step is the end of the procedure.

7.2.4.2 ALS Manual Switch Control

Procedure 7-27

1. Click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT window to turn maintenance
mode ON.

2. Expand the Maintenance Control from the LCT menu.

3. Select the Laser Shutdown Control from the Maintenance Control sub
menu.

4. The Laser Shutdown Control window appears. Select the Laser

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Shutdown Control field.

Figure 7-158 Laser Shutdown Control Window

5. The Laser Shutdown Control box appears. Click ALS Restart radio button
and then select the parameter radio button.

Figure 7-159 Laser Shutdown Control Box

Table 7-18 ALS Manual Switch Control


Parameter Description
2s-INTFC While ALS (Auto Laser Shutdown) is executing, forcing optical output
for 2 seconds.
90s-INTFC While ALS (Auto Laser Shutdown) is executing, forcing optical output
for 90 seconds.

6. Click OK button after configuring the parameters.

7. The Warning box appears. Click OK button.

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Figure 7-160 Warning Box

8. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 7-161 Information Box

9. The Laser Shutdown Control window appears again. Confirm the parameters
displayed.

Figure 7-162 Laser Shutdown Control

10. After finishing ALS Manual Switch Control, click Maintenance button on the
top of the LCT window to exit maintenance mode.

11. Confirm that the MAINT changes from yellow to white.

This step is the end of the procedure.

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7.2.5 Cluster Alarm Setting


By mounting optional card of AUX, iPASOLINK is available to use Alarm
input/output function port for sub-signal of Cluster Alarm and House Keeping.

In case of detect House Keeping input at own station, Cluster Alarm will transmit to
the opposite station by set up the bit of Cluster ALM input (output toward to
wireless)

In case of detect any changes for Cluster ALM output (input toward to wireless) after
Cluster Alarm signal was received by equipment in the opposite station. The
equipment in the opposite station will be set-up bit for House Keeping output control
then Relay output (RL) will be executing.

After receiving a Cluster Alarm signal from the opposite station and another Cluster
ALM is input (output to the direction of the radio) a setup is performed, Cluster
Alarm signal is sent out to an opposite office. It is possible to transmit the Cluster
Alarm signal.

z HK IN 1 to 6 (External input functions, cluster alarm, house keeping


input port)

(a) House Keeping Input Port

House Keeping external input port owns six port, four of six ports are used
by both Cluster Alarm and House Keeping and each port is required to select
Alarm function.

In case of external input port is selected by HKIN, detect change of HKIN


then report the change to upper level.

(b) Cluster Alarm Input Port

In case of 1 to 4 external input ports are selected to Cluster Alarm input, F/W
execute to change the signal of HKIN1-4 into Cluster Alarm signal in
wireless frame then output the signal toward to opposite side of wireless. In
addition, any Modems are available to output the Cluster Alarm input signal.

z RL OUT 1 to 6 (External input functions, cluster alarm, house


keeping output port)

(a) House Keeping Output Port

House Keeping output port owns 6 port, 4 of 6 port are using by both Cluster
Alarm and House Keeping and each port (HK1-4) require to set up
individually from F/W to FPGA.

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Set up to OK or not OK for each item (parallel alarm require to set up for
each alarm items), execute port output if detect over one alarm at specific
item.

H/W control output port for other 2 port. (RL1, RL2 port will be fixed for
parallel alarm out put by H/W.)

(b) Cluster Alarm Output Port

When House Keeping output 1 to 4 is chosen as a Cluster Alarm input, any


Cluster Alarm detected from the radio side is outputted to any output port.

Cluster Alarm output 1 to 4 signals are selected after the incoming signals of
a MODEM under redundant system, and the arbitrary Cluster Alarm is
output to the radio port of CH unit.

In Cluster Alarm, it outputs and inputs to two or more MODEM(s) or it has a


through control facility, the signal from MODEM (SW GRP unit) is chosen
per Cluster port, it is possible to MODEM (SW GRP unit) to carry out an
output setup.

Cluster alarm input and output and a through function are separately
controllable between different ports.

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Table 7-19
No. Item Detection Conditions House Keeping
- - OUT4 OUT3 OUT2 OUT1
RL 1 RL 2 RL 3 RL 4 RL 5 RL 6
Alarm (Parallel)
1 MAINT MAINTENANCE - Mask Mask Mask Mask
2 IDU ALM IDU Total Alarm - - O O O
3 IDU CPU ALM ODU CPU Alarm - - - - -
4 PS ALM Power supply failure - - - - -
5 ODU LAM IDU Alarm - - O O O
6 ODU CPU ALM IDU CPU Alarm - - O O O
7 HIGH BER ALM High BER Error - - O O O
8 Other - - O O O O
House Keeping Alarm
1 OUT 1 House Keeping Out 1 - - - - - O
2 OUT 2 House Keeping Out 2 - - - - O -
3 OUT 3 House Keeping Out 3 - - - O - -
4 OUT 4 House Keeping Out 4 - - O - - -
Cluster Alarm
1 OUT 1 Cluster Alarm Out 1 - - - - - O
2 OUT 2 Cluster Alarm Out 2 - - - - O -
3 OUT 3 Cluster Alarm Out 3 - - - O - -
4 OUT 4 Cluster Alarm Out 4 - - O - - -

: Initial setting

O: Changeable

Procedure 7-28

1. Expand Provisioning from the LCT menu.

2. Expand Relay-Alarm Mapping Setting from the Provisioning sub menu.

3. Select Cluster Alarm Setting from the Relay-Alarm Mapping Setting sub
menu.

4. The Cluster Alarm Setting window appears. Click Edit button.

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Figure 7-163 Cluster Alarm Setting Window

5. The Cluster Alarm Setting box appears. Input necessary parameters.

Figure 7-164 Cluster Alarm Setting Box

6. Click OK button after inputting parameters.

7. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 7-165 Information Box

8. The Cluster Alarm Setting window appears again. Confirm the parameters
displayed.

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Figure 7-166 Cluster Alarm Setting Window

This step is the end of the procedure.

7.2.6 Inventory
Inventory will display the iPASOLINK, information of H/W, FW in mounted
MODEM, Network information and Software License Key information.

7.2.6.1 Equipment Inventory Information

(1) IDU Tab

Procedure 7-29

1. Expand the Inventory from the LCT menu.

2. Select the Equipment Inventory Information from the Inventory sub


menu.

3. The Equipment Inventory Information window appears. Select the IDU tab.

4. The Equipment Inventory Information window appears. Confirm the


inventory information of IDU in the IDU tab.

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Figure 7-167 IDU Tab in the Equipment Inventory Information Window

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Table 7-20 Equipment Inventory Information (IDU Tab)


Parameter Description
Code No Isis code Number
Name Card Name
Serial No Card Serial number
Manufactured Date Manufactured date of the Card
Hard Version Hard Version of the Card

5. It is available to save the Inventory Information if you click the Export IDU
Inventory Information button.

Figure 7-168 IDU Tab in the Equipment Inventory Information Window

6. The File Download window appears. Click Save button.

Figure 7-169 File Download Window

7. The Save As window appears. Select the proper folder of local PC and then
click Save button.

Default file name: IDU_Inventory_information_YYYYMMDDhhmmss.csv

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Figure 7-170 Save As Window

8. After finishing the export of inventory file, the Download Complete window
appears. Click Close button.

Figure 7-171 Download Complete Window

9. Confirm that the Inventory Information File was saved in the selected folder.

This step is the end of the procedure.

(2) ODU Tab

Procedure 7-30

1. Expand the Inventory from the LCT menu.

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2. Select the Equipment Inventory Information from the Inventory sub


menu.

3. The Equipment Inventory Information window appears. Select the ODU


tab.

4. The Equipment Inventory Information window appears. Confirm the


inventory information of ODU in the ODU tab.

Figure 7-172 ODU Tab in the Equipment Inventory Information Window

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Table 7-21 Equipment Inventory Information (ODU Tab)


Parameter Description
Unit Information
Code No Isis code Number
Name ODU Name
Serial No ODU Serial number
Manufactured Date Manufactured date of the ODU
Hard Version Hard Version of the ODU
Firmware Information
Current Current firmware Version
Uncurrent Secondary firmware Version
Frequency Information
TX Start Frequency [MHz] Indicates the status of the
TX Stop Frequency [MHz] Frequency.
RX Start Frequency [MHz] (refer to Radio configuration
RX Stop Frequency [MHz] Setting)
Frequency Step [MHz]
Shift Frequency [MHz]
Upper / Lower
TX Phase
RX Phase
SUB Band

5. It is available to save the Inventory Information if you click the Export ODU
Inventory Information button.

Figure 7-173 ODU Tab in the Equipment Inventory Information Window

6. The File Download window appears. Click Save button.

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Figure 7-174 File Download Window

7. The Save As window appears. Select the proper folder of local PC and then
click Save button.

Default file name: ODU_Inventory_information_YYYYMMDDhhmmss.csv

Figure 7-175 Save As Window

8. After finishing the export of inventory file, the Download Complete window
appears. Click Close button.

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Figure 7-176 Download Complete Window

9. Confirm that the Inventory Information File was saved in the selected folder.

This step is the end of the procedure.

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7.3 Performance Monitor


The Performance Monitoring (PM) is used to identify and isolate the problem if
occurring at a particular line or path. It also monitors the quality of lines and paths.
All Performance Monitoring parameters are collected Performance Monitor every
minute and accumulated to 15-minute and 24-hour (1day) statistics.

The PM Register retains all monitoring data of 7-days and current monitoring data
will be transferred to the PM Register according to the timing of 0:00 minute

7.3.1 Link Performance Monitor


The items are referred to the chapter 5.2 Performance Monitoring.

7.3.2 Monitor Report


The following Monitor Report Items are available to execute from the LCT.

- MODEM PMON Report

- E1 PMON Report

- STM-1 PMON Report

- ETH RMON Report

- VLAN Counter Report

- PMON/RMON/FDB Clear

7.3.2.1 MODEM PMON Report

Procedure 7-31

1. Expand the Current/History PMON/RMON Report from the LCT menu.

2. Select the MODEM PMON Report from the Current/History PMON/


RMON Report sub menu.

3. The MODEM PMON Report window appears. Confirm the Performance


Monitor value that monitored for 15-minute and 1day will be displayed.

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Figure 7-177 MODEM PMON Report Window

4. Click SW GRP1 (or desired MODEM).

5. The MODEM PMON Report (1day) window appears. Confirm the detail of
MODEM PMON Report.

Figure 7-178 MODEM PMON Report (1day) Window

6. Click the specific date (dd/mm/yyyy).

7. The MODEM PMON Report (15-min) window appears. Confirm the 15-min
Data (all data of 7days) that saved in NE.

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Figure 7-179 MODEM PMON Report (15-min) Window

8. If MODEM PMON Report (15min or 1day) saved in equipment is requested to


save via local PC, display specific window for save, then click Export CSV
File button.

Figure 7-180 MODEM PMON Report (15min or 1day) Window

9. The File Download window appears. Click Save button.

Figure 7-181 File Download Window

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10. The Save As window appears. Select the proper folder of local PC and then
click Save button.

Default file name:

MODEM 1day: 1day-RF-s2p1-20100922.pmon

MODEM 15min: 15min-RF-s2p1-20100922.pmon

Figure 7-182 Save As Window

11. After finishing the export of CSV file, the Download Complete window
appears. Click Close button.

Figure 7-183 Download Complete Window

12. Confirm that the MODEM PMON Report File was saved in the selected folder.

This step is the end of the procedure.

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7.3.2.2 E1 PMON Report

Procedure 7-32

1. Expand the Current/History PMON/RMON Report from the LCT menu.

2. Select the E1 PMON Report from the Current/History PMON/RMON


Report sub menu.

3. The E1 PMON Report window appears. Confirm the Performance Monitor


value that monitored for 15-minute and 1day will be displayed.

Figure 7-184 E1 PMON Report Window

4. Click SW GRP1 (or desired MODEM).

5. The E1 PMON Report (1day) window appears. Confirm the detail of E1


PMON Report.

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Figure 7-185 E1 PMON Report (1day) Window

6. Click the specific date (dd/mm/yyyy).

7. The E1 PMON Report (15-min) window appears.

Figure 7-186 E1 PMON Report (15-min) Window

8. If E1 PMON Report (15min or 1day) saved in equipment is requested to save


via Local PC, display specific window for save, then click Export CSV File
button.

Figure 7-187 E1 PMON Report (15min or 1day) Window

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9. The File Download window appears. Click Save button.

Figure 7-188 File Download Window

10. The Save As window appears. Select the proper folder of local PC and then
click Save button.

Default file name:

E1 1day: 1day-E1-s1p1-20100924.pmon

E1 15min: 15min-E1-s1p1-20100922.pmon

Figure 7-189 Save As Window

11. After finishing the export of CSV file, the Download Complete window
appears. Click Close button.

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Figure 7-190 Download Complete Window

12. Confirm that the E1 MODEM PMON Report File was saved in the selected
folder.

This step is the end of the procedure.

7.3.2.3 STM-1 PMON Report

(1) DMR RS Tab

Procedure 7-33

1. Expand the Current/History PMON/RMON Report from the LCT menu.

2. Select the STM-1 PMON Report from the Current/History PMON/RMON


Report sub menu.

3. The STM-1 PMON Report window appears. Click DMR RS tab and confirm
the Performance Monitor value that monitored for 15-minute and 1day will be
displayed.

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Figure 7-191 DMR RS Tab in the STM-1 PMON Report Window

4. Click the STM-1.

5. The STM-1 PMON Report (1day) window appears. Confirm the detail of
STM-1 PMON Report.

Figure 7-192 STM1 PMON Report (1day) Window

6. Click the specific date (dd/mm/yyyy).

7. The STM-1 PMON Report (15-min) window appears.

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Figure 7-193 STM-1 PMON Report (15-min) Window

8. If STM-1 PMON Report (15min or 1day) saved in equipment is requested to


save via local PC, display specific window for save, then click Export CSV
File button.

Figure 7-194 STM-1 PMON Report (15min or 1day) Window

9. The File Download window appears. Click Save button.

Figure 7-195 File Download Window

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10. The Save As window appears. Select the proper folder of local PC and then
click Save button.

Default file name:

STM-1 1day: 1day-DMRRS-s4p1-20100924.pmon

STM-1 15min: 15min-DMRRS-s4p1-20100924.pmon

Figure 7-196 Save As Window

11. After finishing the export of CSV file, the Download Complete window
appears. Click Close button.

Figure 7-197 Download Complete Window

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12. Confirm that the E1 MODEM PMON Report File was saved in the selected
folder.

This step is the end of the procedure.

(2) RS Tab

Procedure 7-34

1. Expand the Current/History PMON/RMON Report from the LCT menu.

2. Select the STM-1 PMON Report from the Current/History PMON/RMON


Report sub menu.

3. The STM-1 PMON Report window appears. Click RS tab and confirm the
Performance Monitor value that monitored for 15-minute and 1day will be
displayed.

Figure 7-198 RS Tab in the STM-1 PMON Report Window

4. Click STM-1.

5. The STM-1 PMON Report (1day) window appears. Confirm the detail of
STM-1 PMON Report.

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Figure 7-199 STM1 PMON Report (1day) window

6. Click the specific date (dd/mm/yyyy).

7. The STM-1 PMON Report (15-min) window appears.

Figure 7-200 STM-1 PMON Report (15-min) Window

8. If STM-1 PMON Report (15min or 1day) saved in equipment is requested to


save via local PC, display specific window for save, then click Export CSV
File button.

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Figure 7-201 STM-1 PMON Report (15min or 1day) Window

9. The File Download window appears. Click Save button.

Figure 7-202 File Download Window

10. The Save As window appears. Select the proper folder of local PC and then
click Save button.

Default file name:

STM-1 1day: 1day-RS-s4p1-20100924.pmon

STM-1 15min: 15min-RS-s4p1-20100924.pmon

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Figure 7-203 Save As Window

11. After finishing the export of CSV file, the Download Complete window
appears. Click Close button.

Figure 7-204 Download Complete Window

12. Confirm that the E1 MODEM PMON Report File was saved in the selected
folder.

This step is the end of the procedure.

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7.3.2.4 ETH RMON Report

Procedure 7-35

1. Expand the Current/History PMON/RMON Report from the LCT menu.

2. Select the ETH RMON Report from the Current/History PMON/RMON


Report sub menu.

3. The ETH RMON Report window appears. Confirm the Remote Network
Monitoring value that monitored for 15-minute and 1day will be displayed.

Figure 7-205 ETH RMON Report Window

4. Click the desired Port or MODEM.

5. The ETH RMON Report (1day) window appears. Confirm the detail of RMON
Report.

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Figure 7-206 ETH RMON Report (1day) Window

6. Click the specific date (dd/mm/yyyy).

7. The ETH RMON Report (15-min) window appears.

Figure 7-207 ETH RMON Report (15min) Window

8. If ETH RMON Report (15min or 1day) saved in equipment is requested to


save via local PC, display specific window for save, then click Export CSV
File button.

Figure 7-208 ETH RMON Report (15min or 1day) Window

9. The File Download window appears. Click Save button.

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Figure 7-209 File Download Window

10. The Save As window appears. Select the proper folder of local PC and then
click Save button.

Default file name:

ETH RMON 1day: 1day-ETH-s1p1-20100924.rmon

ETH RMON 15min: 15min-ETH-s1p1-20100922.rmon

Figure 7-210 Save As Window

11. After finishing the export of CSV file, the Download Complete window
appears. Click Close button.

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Figure 7-211 Download Complete Window

12. Confirm that the ETH RMON Report File was saved in the selected folder.

This step is the end of the procedure.

7.3.2.5 VLAN Counter Report

Procedure 7-36

1. Expand the Current/History PMON/RMON Report from the LCT menu.

2. Select the VLAN Counter Report from the Current/History PMON/RMON


Report sub menu.

3. The VLAN Counter Report window appears. Confirm the VLAN Counter
Report value that monitored for 15-minute and 1day will be displayed.

Figure 7-212 VLAN Counter Report Window

This step is the end of the procedure.

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7.3.2.6 PMON/RMON/FDB Clear

Execute to clear control for all register of PMON/RMON/FDB. Before start


operating, all of ingenerated Error information while equipment installation are
available to clear.

(1) PMON/RMON Clear

Procedure 7-37

1. Expand the Maintenance Control from the LCT menu.

2. Select the PMON/RMON/FDB Clear from the Maintenance Control sub


menu.

3. The PMON/RMON/FDB Clear window appears. Select the PMON/RMON


Clear radio button and then click Execute button.

Figure 7-213 PMON/RMON/FDB Clear Window

4. The Warning box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 7-214 Warning Box

5. The clear progress box appears.

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Figure 7-215 Clear Progress Box

6. After finishing PMON/RMON Clear, the Information box appears. Click OK


button.

Figure 7-216 Information Box

7. Select the Each PMON or RMON Report sub menu from the Current/
History PMON/RMON Report of the LCT menu.

8. Confirm the clearance of the PM Report values.

This step is the end of the procedure.

(2) FDB Table Clear All

Procedure 7-38

1. Expand the Maintenance Control from the LCT menu.

2. Select the PMON/RMON/FDB Clear from the Maintenance Control sub


menu.

3. The PMON/RMON/FDB Clear window appears. Select the FDB Table Clear
All radio button and then click Execute button.

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Figure 7-217 PMON/RMON/FDB Clear Window

4. The Warning box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 7-218 Warning Box

5. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 7-219 Information Box

This step is the end of the procedure.

(3) FDB Table Clear (VLAN ID)

Procedure 7-39

1. Expand the Maintenance Control from the LCT menu.

2. Select the PMON/RMON/FDB Clear from the Maintenance Control sub


menu.

3. The PMON/RMON/FDB Clear window appears. Select the FDB Table Clear
(VLAN ID) radio button and then click Execute button.

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Figure 7-220 PMON/RMON/FDB Clear Window

4. The FDB Table Clear (VLAN ID) box appears. Input the VLAN ID No., and
then click OK button.

Figure 7-221 FDB Table Clear (VLAN ID) Box

5. The Warning box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 7-222 Warning Box

6. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 7-223 Information Box

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7.4 Offline Maintenance

7.4.1 DADE Adjust


DADE adjustment is necessary when the IF cable is to be replaced or MODEM is to
be added/replaced. (At initial start-up the offset memory can be used to minimize the
delay, but it may interrupt traffic when the delay is substantial.)

Note: Following case are not available to operate DADE Adjust.


1. Only 1+1 system configuration is available to operate.
2. Some MODEMs are not mounted at 1+1 system configuration.
3. During ODU Power Fail Alarm is ingenerating.
In order to make delay minimize, only DADE off is available to control.

Procedure 7-40

1. Click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT window to turn maintenance
mode ON.

2. Expand the Maintenance Control from the LCT menu.

3. Select the Offline Maintenance from the Maintenance Control sub menu.

4. The Offline Maintenance Control window appears. Click Control in DADE


Adjust field.

Figure 7-224 Offline Maintenance Control Window

5. The Offline Maintenance Control box appears. Select specific status from
the DADE Adjust drop-down list, click OK button.

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Figure 7-225 Offline Maintenance Control Box

Table 7-22 Offline Maintenance Control


Parameter Description
DADE Operational system (RXSW selection) is fixed to run DADE.
The operational system does not change to avoid any circuit
interruption.
Offset DADE After DADE adjustment, it offsets in a DADE memory so the amount
of delay may serve as the minimum.
Due to the memory offset, it may cause a circuit interruption.
DADE Off DADE does not adjust, but in order to make the amount of delay into
the minimum, it is set as the very end of the memory.

6. Click OK button after configuring the parameters.

7. The Warning box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 7-226 Warning Box

8. The Information box appears. Click the OK button.

Figure 7-227 Information Box

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9. The Offline Maintenance Control window appears again. Confirm the


parameters displayed.

Figure 7-228 Offline Maintenance Control Window

10. After finishing DADE adjustment, click Maintenance button on the top of the
LCT window to exit maintenance mode.

11. Confirm that the MAINT changes from yellow to white.

This step is the end of the procedure.

7.4.2 RF Sub Band Select


Sub Band setting is required to change the corresponding Sub band of the ODU.

It can set up individually each ODU, the Sub Band which can be set up is according
to the alphabet "A-H, J-N, P and R, X".

Notes
1. Before changing the Sub Band setting, it is required to set TX Mute to ON,
and also prevent any rewriting data in the ODU Flash ROM.
2. In case of ODU which does not support a Sub Band change and from a
higher order Sub Band. If a change setup is carried out, an ODU
classification is judged and a Sub Band change setup is not performed.

Procedure 7-41

1. Click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT window to turn maintenance
mode on.

2. Expand the Maintenance Control from the LCT menu.

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3. Select the Offline Maintenance from the Maintenance Control sub menu.

4. The Offline Maintenance Control window appears. Click Control in the RF


Sub Band Select field.

Figure 7-229 Offline Maintenance Control Window

5. The Offline Maintenance Control box appears. Select the RF Sub Band
Select drop-down list and click the OK button.

Figure 7-230 Offline Maintenance Control Box

Table 7-23 RF Sub Band Select


Parameter Description
A-H At the left is the Sub Band information setting
J-N One Alphabet character
P
R
X

6. The Warning box appears. Click OK button.

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Figure 7-231 Warning Box

7. The Information box appears. Click OK button.

Figure 7-232 Information Box

8. The Offline Maintenance Control window appears again. Confirm that the
Status was modified as same as the selection in the DADE Adjust field.

Figure 7-233 Offline Maintenance Control Window

9. After finishing RF Sub Band Select, click Maintenance button on the top of the
LCT window to exit maintenance mode.

10. Confirm that the MAINT changes from yellow to white.

This step is the end of the procedure.

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7.5 Maintenance Test


Select this menu to measure the link quality of Ethernet traffic.

Procedure 7-42

1. Click Maintenance button on the top of the LCT window to turn maintenance
mode on.

2. Expand the Maintenance Test from the LCT menu.

3. Select the ETH OAM LB/LT Control from the Maintenance Test sub menu.

4. The ETH OAM LB/LT Control window appears. Click the Modify Test
Type button or desired Test No.

Figure 7-234 ETH OAM LB/LT Control Window

5. The ETH OAM LB/LT Control box appears. Assign a proper value for each
parameter.

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Figure 7-235 ETH OAM LB/LT Control Box

Table 7-24 Maintenance Test


Item Description
Type LB Executes LB (Loopback) Mode of Ethernet traffic test type
LT Executes LT (Line Trace) Mode of Ethernet traffic test
type
MEP Index Input the MEP Index No.
Destination MAC Address Input the MAC Address

6. Click OK button after configuring the parameters.

7. The test progress box appears.

Figure 7-236 Test Progress Box

8. After finishing Maintenance Test, the Information box appears. Click OK


button.

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Figure 7-237 Information Box

9. The LB (or LT) Result window appears. Confirm the parameters displayed.

Figure 7-238 LB (or LT) Result Window

10. If History Information or Test Result is required to be saved to local PC,


click Export CSV File button.

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(a) History Information

Click Export CSV File button on the top of the ETH OAM LB/LT
Control window.

Figure 7-239 ETH OAM LB/LT Control Window

(b) Test Result

Click Export CSV File button in the LB (or LT) Result window.

Figure 7-240 LB (or LT) Result Window

11. The File Download window appears. Click Save button.

Figure 7-241 File Download Window

12. The Save As window appears. Select the proper folder of local PC and then
click Save button.

Default file name:

History Information: HistoryInformationExport _YYYYMMDDhhmmss.csv


Test Result : TestResultExport-LB(or LT)_YYYYMMDDhhmmss.csv

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Figure 7-242 Save As Window

13. After finishing the export of CSV file, the Download Complete window
appears. Click Close button.

Figure 7-243 Download Complete Window

14. Confirm that the CSV File was saved in the selected folder.

Figure 7-244 Select folder

This step is the end of the procedure.

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8. ABBREVIATIONS

ACAP Adjacent Channel Alternate Polarization CR Critical


ACCP Adjacent Channel Co-Polarization CRC Cyclic Redundancy Check
ACK Acknowledgement CS Channel Separation
AGC Automatic Gain Control CTRL Control
AIS Alarm Indication Signal CV near end Code Violation
ALM Alarm CW Carrier Wave
ALS Auto Laser Shutdown DA Destination Address
AMR Adaptive Modulation Radio DADE Differential Absolute Delay Equalizer
ANT, Ant. Antenna DB Database
APS Automatic Protection Switch DC Direct Current
ATT Attenuator DCN Data Communication Network
ATPC Automatic Transmitter Power Control DEG Degraded
AU Administrative Unit DEI Drop Eligible Indicator
AUX Auxiliary DEM Demodulator
Ave Average Des(Dest) Destination
BBE Background Block Error DI Data-in
BER Bit Error Rate DL Download
BPF Band Pass Filter DM Delay Measurement
BS Base Station DMM Delay Measurement Message
BSC Base Station Controller DMR Delay Measurement Reply
BTS Base Transceiver Station DO Data-out
CAPEX Capital Expenditure DSCP Differentiated Services Code Point
CBS Committed Burst Size DUP Duplexer
CCDP Co-Channel Dual Polarization DXC Digital Cross Connect
CCM Continuity Check Message E1 E-carrier level 1
CEPT Conference of European Postal & EBS Express Burst Size
Telecommunication Administration EIR Excess Information Rate
CIR Committed Information Rate EMC Electro Magnetic Compatibility
CKT Circuit EML Element Management Layer
CLK Clock EMS Element Management System
CMF Channel Mismatch Failure EOW Express Order Wire
CMI Coded Mark Inversion EQL Equalizer
CONV Converter ERP ETH-Ring Protection Switch
CORBA Common Object Request Broker ES Errored Seconds
Architecture ETH-CC ETH-Continuity Check function
CoS Class of Service ETH-LB ETH-Loopback function
CPU Central Processing Unit ETH-LBM ETH-Loopback Message

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ETH-LBR ETH-Loopback Reply IEC International Electrotechnical


ETH-LB ETH-Loopback function Commission

ETH-LT ETH- Link Trace function IEEE Institute of Electrical and Electronics

ETH-LTM ETH-Link Trace Message Engineers

ETH-LTR ETH-Link Trace Reply I/F Interface

ETH-OAM Ethernet Operations, Administration and IF Intermediate Frequency

Maintenance IHG iPASOLINK High Grade

ETH-OAM ETH-OAM Loopback IN Input


LB INTFC Interface
ETH-OAM ETH-OAM Link Trace I/O Input/Output
LT IP Internet Protocol
ETH RDI ETH Remote Defect Indication function ITU International Telecommunication Union
ETSI European Telecommunications ITU-R Radio Communication Sector of ITU
Standards Institute ITU-T Telecommunication Sector of ITU
EXC Electrical Cross Connect L2SW Layer2-Switch
E-to-E. End-to-End LAN Local Area Network
Fail Failure LB Loopback
F/B Front Back Ratio LBM Loopback Message
FCS Frame Check Sequence LCD Loss of Cell Delineation
FDB Forwarding Database LCT Local Craft Terminal
FE Fast Ethernet LDPC Low Density Parity Check
FEC Forward Error Correction LED Light Emitting Diode
FEBBE Far End Background Block Error Lev. Level
FEES Far End Errored Seconds LLF Link Loss Forwarding
FESES Far End Severely Errored Seconds LM Loss Measurement
FEUAS Far End Unavailable Seconds LMM Loss Measurement Message
FPGA Field Programmable Gate Array LNA Low Noise Amplifier
F/W Firmware LO Local Oscillator
GbE, GBE Gigabit Ethernet LOC Loss of Continuity
3GPP Third Generation Partnership Project LOF Loss of Frame
GUI Graphical User Interface LOM Loss of Multiframe
H Horizontal LOP Loss of Pointer
HDB High Density Bipolar LO REF Local Reference Signal Loss
HK House Keeping LOS Loss of Signal
HP Higher order Path LP Lower order Path
HYB Hybrid LPM Link Performance Monitor
H/W Hardware LT Link Trace
ID Identification LTI Loss of incoming Timing Input
IDU Indoor Unit LTM Link Trace Message
IE Internet Explorer MAC Media Access Control

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MAIN Main ODU Out-Door Unit


MAINT Maintenance OFS Out of Frame Second
MAX Maximum OMT Ortho-Mode Transducer
Mdev Mean Deviation OPEX Operational expenditure
MDCPU MODEM CPU OPP Opposite
MDI Medium Dependent Interface OPR Operation
MDIX Medium Dependent Interface Crossover OPT Optical
MD4 Message Digest Algorithm 4 OSPF Open Shortest Path First
MD5 Message Digest Algorithm 5 OSS Operation Support System
MEG Maintenance Entity Group OUT Output
MEM Memory OW Oder Wire
MEP MEG End Point PA Power Amplifier
MIN Minimum PBR Pressurizable Type B, flange profile
MIP Maintenance Intermediate Point square Rectangular

MIX Mixer PCP Priority Code Point

MJ Major PDH Plesiochronous Digital Hierarchy


MMC Multi Media Card PDU Protocol Data Unit

MME Mobility Management Entity PGM Program

MMG Mismerge PHY Physical


MN Minor PIR Peak Information Rate

MOD Modulator PJE Pointer Justification Event

MODEM Modulator Demodulator PJE-N Pointer Justification Event Negative Stuff


MON Monitor PJE-P Pointer Justification Event Positive Stuff

MPX Multiplexer PKG Package

MS Multiplex Section Pkts Packets

MSC Mobile Switching Center PLM Payload Label Mismatch

MSDU MAC Service Data Unit PMC PASOLINK Management Card

MSP Multiplex Section Protection PMON Performance Monitor

MTBF Mean Time Between Failure PNMSj PASOLINK Network Management

MTPC Manual Transmitter Power Control System Java Version

MUX Multiplexing Equipment PPI PDH PHY Interface

N/A Not Applicable ppm parts per million

NBI Northbound Interface PPP Point-to-Point Protocol

NE Network Element PPS Path Protection Switch

NML Network Management Layer PQ Priority Queuing

NMS Network Management System PRM Parameter

OAM Operation Administration and PROT Protection

Maintenance PS Power Supply

OCR Occur PSC Protection Switching Counts

Octs Octets PSD Protection Switching Duration

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PWR Power SW Switch


QAM Quadrature Amplitude Modulation S/W Software
QoS Quality of Service SWG Switch Group
QPSK Quadrature Phase Shift Keying SYNC Synchronous
RCVR Recover TCI Tag Control Information
REF Reference TCN Threshold Crossing Notification
REM Remote TDM Time Division Multiplex
RDI Remote Defect Indication TDMoP TDM over Packet
RF Radio Frequency TEMP Temperature
RFS Radio Frequency Systems TERM Terminal
RL Relay TF Transmit Fail
RMON Remote Network Monitoring TIM Trace Identifier Mismatch
RNC Radio Network Controller TLV Type Length Value
RPL Ring Protection Link TM Through Mode
RS Regenerator Section TNC Threaded Neil Councilman
RS-232 Recommended Standard 232 ToS Type of Service
RSL Received Signal Level TPID Tag Protocol Identifier
RST Regenerator Section Termination TQC Total Quality Control
RSTP Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol TTL Time To Live
RX Receiver TU Tributary Unit
SC Service Channel TX Transmitter
SD Space Diversity UAE UAS Event
SDH Synchronous Digital Hierarchy UAS Unavailable Seconds
SEG Segment UL Upload
SEP Severely Errored Period UNEQ Unequipped
SES Severely Errored Seconds UNEXP Unexpected
SFP Small Form factor Pluggable Unicast Unicast Delay Measurement Reply
SGMI Security Gateway Management Interface DMR

SMS Synchronous Multiplexing System UNM Unexpected MEP

SMU Source Measure Unit UNP Unexpected Period

SNCP Sub-network Connection Protection USB Universal Serial Bus

SNMP Simple Network Management Protocol V Vertical

SP Strict Priority V Volt

SPD Speed VC Virtual Channel

SRC Source MAC Address VLAN Virtual LAN

STAT Status VP Virtual Path

STD Standard VPN Virtual Private Network

STM Synchronous Transport Module VSWR Voltage Standing Wave Ratio

STP Spanning Tree Protocol WDM Wavelength Division Multiplexing

SUB Substitute Web World Wide Web

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WG Waveguide
WR Warning
WRR Weighted Round Robin
WS Wayside
XCTRL XPIC Control
X-DEM XPIC Demodulator
XFP 10(X) Gigabit Small Form Factor
Pluggable
XIF XPIC IF
XPD Cross Polarization Discrimination Ratio
XPIC Cross Polarization Interference
Canceller
XREF XPIC Reference

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